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1149628 GENEALOGY COL-LECTIOISI 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 




3 1833 00855 5739 




^tigalls 



THE 



GENEALOGY AND HISTORY 



OF TIIK 



INGALLS FAMILY 



IN AMERICA 



Giving the descendants of Edmund Ingalls who 
settled at Lynn, Mass. in 1629. 



COMPILED BY 

CHARLES BURLEIGH, M. D. 

MALDEN, MASS. 



MAIDEN. MASS. 

GEO. E. DUNBAR, 382 MAIN STREET. 
1903. 



1149628 
dontents. 



PAGE 

List of Illustrations. 5 

Preface and Introduction 7 

The Ingalls Family in England ^ ^ 

Q Heraldry ^ 

^ Errors and Additions ^5 

^ Explanation of Arrangement. ^° 

First Generation ^ ' 

i8 
Second Generation. 

Third Generation ^^ 

28 



Fourth Generation. 
Fifth Generation • • 



40 

\ \, Sixth Generation '' 

Seventh Generation ^ ^ 

'' • • • 202 

Eighth Generation 

Ninth Generation ^^^ 

Out of regular order ^^ 

' Unconnected Families ^4° 

Marriages unplaced ^ 

Persons not placed ^54 

Ingell Family ^^ 

New Hampshire Revolutionary Roll • • ^5 

Massachusetts Revolutionary Roll ^^° 

Connecticut Revolutionary Roll ^7 

Index of Persons by name of Ingalls 279 

Index of all other Persons ^9 

Index of places mentioned 3^9 



Xl0t of miuetratione. 



PAGB 

Coat of Arms Frontispiece 

Dr. Charles Burleigh, Maiden, Mass 7 

Ingalls Memorial Library, Rindge, N. H 127 

Joshua King Ingalls, Glenora, N. Y 149 

Reuben Ingalls, Auburn, Me 173 

Dr. Phineas H. Ingalls, Hartford, Conn 181 

Gen. Rufus Ingalls, New York City 185 

George Addison Ingalls, Kewanee, HI 196 

Col. Joseph Augustus Ingalls, Swampscott, Mass 202 

Hon. Thomas Ingalls, Marblehead, Mass 204 

I^t. Col. James Munroe Ingalls, Annapolis, Md 320 

Daniel Tompkins Ingalls, Manchester, Conn 223 

Hon. John James Ingalls, Atchinson, Ks. 228 

John Real Ingalls, Marblehead, Mass.. 223 

Harvey Harlow Gross Ingalls, Castleton, N. Y. 236 

Edmund Harvey Ingalls, Castleton, N. Y 236 

Hon. Melville E. Ingalls, Cincinnati, O. 237 



preface ant) flntroDuction. 



Herein is recorded all that I have been able to learn about 
the Ingalls family, the results of patient and almost persistent 
labor for twelve years. There are many good things that 
might have been said about the individual members, which 
would have been desirable and interesting to our descendants. 
A natural modesty, however, precludes the living from speaking 
of themselves, and the strenuous life of today leaves but little 
time to pause and think of the past. The compiler would have 
been pleased to supply these interesting details if they had been 
furnished, or if, by a personal acquaintance, a knowledge of the 
facts had come under his observation. 

The book is far from the compiler's ideal, but there comes a 
satisfaction in the belief that it is the best that could be pro- 
duced at this time. There have been many discouragements 
and a lack of interest by some who might have made the burden 
lighter. Although the compiler has had twentj^-five years ex- 
perience in this kind of work, he was not enthusiastic in taking 
up a burden of this kind, but always willing to assist others in 
the laudable desire to know their ancestry. 

Many persons have endeavored to collect the Ingalls geneal- 
ogy and have succeeded only in a fragmentary way, one after 
another turning their material over to me, and it became a duty 
to complete the work. Only those who have undertaken works 
of this kind have any idea of the labor, patience, and sacrifices 
required. 

In the preparation of this work six thousand circulars and 
three thousand letters have been sent out. All of the deeds and 
probate records of six counties, the births, marriages, and 
deaths of ten towns read and abstracts taken, — this has been 
done personally, or others employed to do it. This, with the 
payment to town clerks for certified copies of records, make the 
cost of collecting the material very expensive. The amount of 
labor required will be appreciated when it is stated that prepar- 
ing the index alone consumed one hundred hours. The ma- 
terial herein contained would easily make a book of six hundred 



o PRKFACE AND INTRODUCTION. 

pages, but on account of the small subscription list I have 
been compelled to rewrite and arrange it, abbreviating every 
possible place to get the material into as few pages as possible, 
often doing so at the expense of a strict grammatical construc- 
tion. 

The Ingalls family was one of the earliest in the country', 
coming only eight years after the landing of the Pilgrims at 
Plymouth, and have, as a whole, maintained an honorable 
place in the history of the country. The largest majority have 
been tillers of the soil, industrious, caring little for public ofBce, 
but always willing to assume such duties when called upon by 
their fellow citizens. If there is one characteristic that is evi- 
dent above another, it is the weak ties of relationship, and no 
doubt this has been fostered in a large extent by the conditions 
existing at this period and the necessity of the j^ounger genera- 
tions pushing out into the wilderness from the over-crowded 
coast towns. Travelling w^as hazardous on account of the 
Indians as well as the tractless forests, so that communication 
was very difficult. When the children went out to found a 
home for themselves it was often never to return. 

My own immediate famih- was not free from this character- 
istic, as my grandfather while living within thirty miles of 
his brother did not see him for twent}- years, and he scarcelj^ 
knew his own uncles and aunts except by name. 

The histories of the early settlement of the country fullj^ 
describe the hardships experienced by the settlers, and our 
family partook of these that we might enjoy the fruits of their 
labors. The history of the Ingalls family is particularly marked 
by periodical migrations, Robert the eldest son of Edmund, 
remained at Lynn, and nearl}^ all of his descendants have made 
that place their home, being interested largely in the shoe indus- 
try, for which that city is famous. John, the second son, went 
to Bristol, R. I., subsequentlj^ to Rehoboth, Mass., and at the 
time of the revolution there were nearly one hundred of his de- 
scendants residing there. Those wdio served in the war brought 
home glowing reports of the great fertility of the soil of New York 
state, so that about 1782 there was a general exodus to that 
state. The name of Ingalls is rare in or about Rehoboth today. 
Henry, the third son, settled Andover, Mass., famous for being 
the mother of many towns. About 1700 seven of the name with 



PREFACE AND INTRODITCTION. 9 

a large number of other families from Andover, settled Abing- 
toii parish in the town of Pomfret, Conn., but eventually the 
most of these families went to New York state. Chester and 
Rindge, N. H., as well asBridgton, Me., received a large repre- 
sentation of this family. Those in the New Hampshire towns 
pushing into Vermont, northern New York, and Canada. 

A large number of the family served in the rev^olutionary war 
as the rolls published will show, these are not absolutely perfect 
but represent at least most of the regular enlisted men, but does 
not show the full service in every case. Man3^ who remained 
at home, responded to alarms serving a few days at a time and it 
is said that very few between the ages of fifteen and sixty failed 
to respond to the alarm of April 19, 1775. 

It is to be regretted that the roll is not complete, but time may 
bring to light many more records largely through efforts of those 
seeking membership in the several revolutionary societies now 
being organized. These societies will help perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those who made so many sacrifices for home and liberty 
and left to us the heritage of a free country and all the blessings 
we now enjoy. Our homes are palaces beside the cheerless log- 
cabins and to him who takes no interest in his ancestry, I feel 
like quoting Webster, who in speaking of the " lyOg Cabin," 
said: " If I am ashamed of it, or if I ever fail in affectionate 
veneration for him who reared it, and defended it against savage 
violence and destruction, cherished all the domestic virtues 
beneath its roof, and, through the fire and blood of a seven years 
revolutionary war, shrunk from no danger, no toil, no sacrifice 
to serve his country, and to raise his children to a condition 
better than his own, may my name and the name of my posterity 
be blotted forever from the memory of mankind." 

Genealogy is at least an incentive to virtue, and a pride in 
family leads the individual to be careful that the name does not 
meet with dishonor. If one of the name becomes great in state 
or nation we feel a just pride, and in this free country there need 
be no limit to our aspirations. The great are not always de- 
scended from the great, but we may transmit to our children 
these qualities that will lead to greatness, and above and beyond 
all, a heritage of character and honesty. I entreat a study of 
the virtues of our ancestors that we may emulate their example. 

No doubt that with all the care that has been taken errors will 



10 PREFACE AND INTRODUCTION. 

apfxrar, this is unavoidable for many reasons; I have endeavored 
to ^v\. the information from as many sources as possible so as to 
verify all statements, but often these have been conflicting. 

It is to l)e regretted that the record of every descendant of 
Mdtnund Inj^alls could not be obtained, and as you study the 
lHX)k you will notice where many additions can be made. If 
these arc sent me I will keep a careful record so that if at some 
tinie in the future another edition is deemed advisable it will be 
much easier to get the material together. 

To those who have cheerfully furnished me with the nec- 
essary information my hearty thanks are due, and I am grateful 
to those who have relucUanlly acceeded to my persistent in- 
<|uiries. I regret that some liave refused b}' neglect to give me 
their records. Should the book fall into their hands they can 
reflect and remember that the fault was not mine. vSonie one 
else miglit have produced a better book. It is the ]>est I could 
<lo, and I trust it will meet with your commendation. 

Charles Burleigh. 
MAF.m-N, Mass., July r, 1903. 



^be Unoalls jTamilip in lenglanb 



The name is supposed to be of Scandinavian origin and de- 
riv^ed from Ingialld. During the ninth century the Scandinavian 
pirates often descended on the east coast of Great Britain, and 
in after years many of this nationality made settlements here, 
especially in Lincolnshire. These people were a hardy sea- 
faring race owing to the nature of their country, but under 
changed conditions of environment settled down to tilling the 
soil. The earliest record found is that of the wall of Henry 
Ingalls, grandfather of Edmund, and made in 1555, he probably 
having been born about 1480. The next record is that of 
Robert the father and made in 16 17. An abstract of both wills 
are given. The name of Ingalls is still common in England. 
The etymology of the name is " By the power of Thor." The 
Doomsday book records a Baron Ingald, a tenant of the King 
William at Rersbi and Elvestone, Eeicestershire, A. D. 1080, 
who came from Normandy. 

Will of Henry Ingalls of Skirbeck found in the Probate Court at- 
tached to Lincoln Cathedral, June i, 1555: Gives to his wife Johan : He 
wills that his youngest children shall have every one ^'10 which was left 
to them. If any should die before coming of lawful age that share to be 
divided amomgst the rest ; Gives to the maintainence of the high alter 
1 2d The balance of his effects to be divided amongst his 6 children Joan 
wife Executrix : names a soune James and broinlaw Thos. Wytton. 

Will of Robert Ingalls of Skirbeck July 12, 1617, " In ye name of God 
Amen, Robert Ingalls of Skirbeck quarter of Skirbeck in the Co. of 
Lincoln, yeoman, being sick in body but of good & perfect memorie &c 
I give Elizabeth my wife during her natural life. After her decease to 
Edmund my eldest Sonne who was lawfully begotten and for want of 
issue after Edmunds death to ffrancis my youngest Sonne and failing 
issue to the natural heirs of me Robert Ingalls forever ; Gives Robert 
Ingalls ^20 Gives ffrancis ^"30 both one 5'ear after his decease. Gives 
his maid servant Anne Cleasbie y5 & and to all of Henry Cleasbies chil- 
dren one ewe lamb, Every one of cousin Henrys children one ewe lamb, 
Gives his brother Henry a black fleeced cow. Gives to the poor of Skir- 
beck IDS 1/2 at once. Wife and Edmund Executors, Wm Shinfold & 
Robert Harrison supervisors of the will, Gives them 2s 6d for their 
pains. The will is signed with his Mark. 

There is also Will of Henry Ingols of Skirbeck of 1614 and one of 
Richard Ingall of Appley 1639. 



1Hcralt)r^. 



It is quite sure that there was no Ingalls Coat-of-Arms, as our 
ancestors were not of the Noljility but plain, honest farmers. 
Tliere is much misconception as to the use of Coats-of-Arms and 
I quote from my Guild Genealogy. These were not granted to 
families but to individuals, and unless one could prove direct 
descent from this person they would have no right to their use. 
Wherever a Coat-of-Arms has been used, there is no objection in 
this country of appropriating it, and I publish one said to have 
been granted to a person of this name and if the family in 
America choose to adopt and use it as an evidence of member- 
.ship in this family just as various emblems designate one a 
member of some secret order, there will be no objection. It is to 
say the least quite pretty. It will be well to call attention to the 
many spurious Coats-of-Arms possessed by families in New 
England. They are blazoned on a sheet of paper about fourteen 
inches by ten inches. The shield is always surmounted by an 
esquire's helment of steel and gold. They are decorated on 
either side by branches of palm and laurel, and underneath is 
a scroll, where, instead of a motto, generally has " By the Name 

of " or "He beareth the Name of " etc. Often the 

American flag is used as a crest. These were painted by John 
Cole, John Cole, Jr., and George Searles, who traveled through 
the country soliciting orders and selecting from a lot of ready 
made designs one which they thought would meet the fancy 
of their patron. 

The name appears in England as Ingall, Engle, Ingolds, and 
Ingles, and the following coats of arms are recorded : 
IngIvES. Gules, three bars gemelle or, on a canton argent five 

billets en salire sable. Crest, a lily springing from a crown. 

Motto : Humilis ex corona. 
Ingle. Ar, two chevrons sable, on the chief of the second a 

lion pass, of the first. Crest, a hand erect issuing out of a 

cloud, holding a sword, blade waved perpendicular. 



lerrore an^ H^t)itton0. 



Before reading the book correct these with a pen. 

Page 27 5th line, read Ammiruamah for Annie Ruamah. 

Page 38 for (343) Abner.'' read (343A) Abner*". 

Page 41 she d. 1862. Ch : {i) Eliza, m. Oliver Cutts ; (2) Mary, m. 
Joseph vSeaward ; (3) Israel Orne, d. y.; {i\) Benjamin, d. y.; 
(5) Hannah, m. Samuel Lunt ; (6) Lydia, m. James Hoyt 
and had CI) Israel S., d. 1895; (II) Corrine, m. Valentine 
M. Coleman, res. Newington, N. H.; (Ill) James A., n. m.; 
(IV) Joseph S. d.; (V) Florence, n. m.; (VI) Benjamin S. 
m. Edith Googins ; (VII)Marv H., d. y.; (VIII) William 
A.,d. 1875. 23d line add ( i ) to Mary Ann Taylor. 

Page 50 36th line, Jonathan,*' m. Martha J. Locke instead of Mary J. 

Page 64 (862) Mary B.,'' instead of Mary B*^. 

Page 66 add -|- before (604). 

Page 67 No. 408, will made 1806; No. 953, d. n. m. "non Compos." 
No. 952 m. Morse. No. 954 m. Badger. 

Page 70 17th line read (1002A) Joseph Augustus instead of (1002). 

Page 72 nth line, William vS. served in the 14 N. H. Battery. Francis 
S. served three years in Company A, 38th Mass. Infantry, 
Grovers Div. Emery, 19th corps ; read substinence instead of 
sustenance ; Sheridan instead of Sherman. 26th line, Annie 
Davenport, b. 1875 instead of 1874. 28th line, Horace B. d. 
Jan. 4, 1899. 29th line, Louise vS. b. Jan. 19th instead of Oct. 
8. 30th line, Winslow Lewis instead of Wiuslow Davis, b. 
Oct. 8 instead of Jan. 15. 

Page 76 Clarissa 1152 instead of 1155. 

Page 77 Lillian J. ( 1 161 A) instead of ( 1 162). 

Page 87 Peter B. (1411), d. Ann Arbor, Mich., 1888, was a merchant at 
Doxboro and Ann Arbor. Charles (1412), b. July 3, 1868; d. 
Nov. 24, 1879. (i4i3)ni. Apr. 2, 1894, Leah CorineSt. Peters, 
is a dentist at Chicago. (1416) res. Evanston, 111. 

Page 96 joth line, Martha T. Walker b. 1849 instead of 1549. 41st line, 
(III) William instead of (III) William. 

Page 135 8th line, read Ebenezer Herrick Dyer for Ephraim Herrick 
Dyer. 

Page 144 44th line, William (Goff) b. 1854 instead of 1852. 

Page 162 Add to No. 2898 Hannah E.,« b. Warren, N. H., May 17, 1850 ; 
m. July 4, 1870, John Heath. He is a farmer at East 
Hereford, P. Q. 

Page 162 Add to No. 3000 Lucy Ann,'-* b. vSept. 15, 1851 ; m. Canaan, Vt., 
Dec. 8, 1872, Richard Hazen, son of Samuel and Adaline 
(Ouimby) Meecham, b. Pittsburg, N. H., Aug. 28, 1838; he 
is a retired farmer at Newport Centre, Vt. Ch : {\) Roy 
Hazen, b. Sept. 13, 1873 ; m. Dec. 15, 1894, Jennie E. Erwin ; 
He is a farmer. Ch : (I) Mildred Lucy, b. Jan. 24, 1896; 
(II) Vera Belle, b. Mar. 24, 1899; (III) Ivan Leroy, b. 
May 29, 1901. {2) Mary Lucy,h. Oct. 12, 1874; m. May 9, 
1894, David W. Wright, a blacksmith at Newport Centre. Ch: 
(I) Raymond David, b. Mar. i, 1895; d. Sept. 14, 1895 ; (II) 



l<"» ERRORS AND ADDlTlONvS. 

Lucy Agnes, b. June 20, 1896 ; (III) Mary Evelyn, b. May 
30, 1899. (3) Mattie Olive, b. Oct. 24, 1876; m. Oct. 2, 1895, 
George L. Beadle, farmer at Newport Centre. Ch : (I) 
Meri^E Thomas, b. Feb. 20, 1897; d. Mar. 14, 1897; (II) 
Veema OrlEna, b. Oct. 13, 1898; (III) Areand Georcjc, b. 
Mar. 17, 1903. (4) iMyrtie Adeline, b. Oct. 22, 1878; ui. May 
I, 1900, Andrew H. Wright, a l)lacksniith at Newport Centre. 
Ch : (I) Myrtie Irene, b. Oct. 24, 1901 ; (II) Daughter, b. 
Apr. 25, 1903. 

Page 169 No. 3131. Read Burton instead of Brooton. 

Page 177 George J. Ingalls, b. Mar. 6, 1829; m. Oct. 28, 1849 Jane Small. 
Ch. Mary Elizabeth,'-' b. July 27, 1850; Augustus Herbert,'' b. 
May 26, 1852; Ezra Jackson,'-' b. Sept. 25, 1854, m. Oct. 29, 
1878, Almeda Inez Larraljee of Machiasport, res. Marshficld, 
Me.; ch. Austin George, ^'^ b. Jan. 31, 1879, m. Nov. 30, 1902, 
Mattie Edna Clark of Machiasport; Frank Lester, i" b. Oct. 
14, 1880, d. Jan. 6, 1888; Clara Jane, i" b. Dec. 2, 1882, m. Jan. 
12, 1903, Lester Armstrong of Marshficld; Liila Eleanor, i" b. 
Apr. 6 1887; Amy Lillian, i" b. June 15, 1893. 

Page 229 All of the sons of Hon. John J. Ingalls are lawyers at Atchin- 
son, Kan. Ralph served as captain in the Spanish and 
Philippine wars. Sheffield, m. Jan. 9, 1901, Lucy Cornell 
Van Hocsen and has child Robert Chesebrough Ingalls, 
b. Nov. 19, 1901. Ethel m. Dr. E. G. Blair of Kansas City, Mo. 



Mrs. Sarah Ingalls, of Winthrop Mass., widow of Cajjt. Joseph 
Ingalls of Salem, celebrated her loist birthday June 26, 1903. 

Edwin A. Ingalls resides at Machias, Me. 

Flavia E- Ingalls resides at Llarrington, Me. 

July 5, 1S45, Antonio Purnice to Eliza Ingalls, both of Charlestown, 
by Rev. S. Aikeu. 



lExplauation of Brranoement an& Bbbreviatlons. 



Every person in the male lines has a consecutive number which can 
be easily found in the index. Where a cross + appears before that 
number it shows that the full record is carried and the number will be 
found in large figures in the center of a page. In the female lines the 
children are numbered with figures in parenthesis, viz.: (i) (2) (3) 
etc., in italics; the grandchildren with numerals, viz.: (I) (II) (III) and 
in small capitals; great grandchildren, viz.: (A) (B) (C) etc. The ab- 
bre-viations mean as follows: abt. about, b. born, bapt. baptized, d. died, 
d. y. died young, m. married, n. m. never married. 



POSTERITY OF 

EDMUND INGALLS 

OF LYNN, MASS. 



jfirst Generation. 

1 

Edmund Ingalls/ son of Robert and grandson of Henry 
Ingalls, was born at Skirbeck, Lincolnshire, England, about 
1598, came to Salem, Mass. in Governor Endicott's company in 
1628. With his brother Francis and four others he commenced 
the settlement of Lynn in 1629. He was a man of good character 
even though the following court record is found " 20/4/1646, 
Edmund Ingalls was fined for bringing home sticks in both his 
arms on the Sabbath day from Mr. Holyokes rails, witnesses 
Joseph flood, Obadya fHood, Jane ffiood. ' ' These were probably 
jealous neighbors and it goes to show the strict observance of 
the Sabbath in those days. His name is often found on the 
town records showing him to be one of the prominent citizens. 
In March, 1648, while travelling to Boston on horseback, he 
was drowned in the Saugus River, owing to a defective bridge. 
His heirs recovered damages from the town. His will was 
probated Sept. 16, 1648 and the estate appraised at ^135. 

WILL OF EDMUND INGALLS. 

I, Edmund Ingalls of Lynn, being of perfect niemor}'^ commit my soul 
unto God, my body to the grave and difpose of my earthly goods in this 
wife. 

Firftly, I make my wife Ann Ingalls, sole executor, leaving my houfe 
and houfelot, togather with my stock of cattle and corn, to her, Like- 
wife I leave Katherine Shipper with my wife. 

Item, I bequeath to Robert my soune & heir four pound to be payd in 
two years time by my wife, either in cattle or corn Ljkewife I bequeath 
to him or to his heirs, my houfe & houfelot after the deceafe of my wife. 

Francis Ingalls, brother of Edmund, was the earliest tauner in Massachusetts, and 
his vats could be seen at Suampscott. as late as 1S40. He moved to Boston and his will 
Nov. I, 1672, mentions wife Mary, son-in-law Joseph Belknap, balance of his property to 
Elizabeth Farnum of Andover, after his wife's decease. 



18 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Likewife I bequeath to Elizabeth my daughter, twenty shillings to be 
payd by my wife in a Heifer calf in two years time after my deceafe. 

Eikewife to my daughter Faith, wife to Andrew Allen, I bequeath two 
yearling calves, and inform my v.ife to pa}- him forty shillings debt in a 
^•ears time after my deceafe. 

Likewife to my sonne John, I bequeath the houfe & ground that was 
Jeremy fitts, lying by the meeting houfe, only out of it the sd John is to 
paj' within four years, four pounds to my sonne Samuel, and the ground 
to be his security, further I leave with said John, that three Acres of 
land he had in England fully to pofsefs and enjo\-. 

Likewife, I give to Sarah, my daughter, wife of William Bituar my 
two ewes. 

Likewise, to Henry my sonne, I give the Houfe that I bought of Good- 
man West, and six Acres of ground, lying by it, and three Acres of 
Marsh ground lying at Rumley Marsh, and this the sd Henry shall pof- 
sefs in two years after mj^ deceafe. Only out of this the sd Henr\' shall 
pa}- to my sonne Samuel, four pounds within tw'o years after he enters 
upon it. 

Likewife I bequeath to vSamuel my sonne, eight pounds to be dif- 
charged as above, in the premifes. 

Laftly, I leave with Mary the Heifer calf that she enjoyed and leave 
her to my wife for future dowry. 

Finally, I appoint Francis Ingalls, my brother & Francis Dane, my 
sonne in law, overfeers of my will, and order that thofc things that 
have no particular exemption in the will mentioned, be taken away after 
my deceafe and entreat my overfeers to be helpful to my wife in 
ordering her matters. 

His 

Edmund X Ingai,ls 

Mark 

Children : 

-\- 2 Robert,- b. abt. 1621 ; m. Sarah Harker. 

3 Elizabeth,'- b. 1622; d. June 9, 1676; m. Rev. Francis Dane of 

Andover. 

4 F^aith,- b. 1623 ; m. Andrew Allen ; moved to Andover ; for ch. see 

Essex Antq. Coll., page 7, 1899. 

+ 5 John,-b. 1625; m. Elizabeth Barrett. 

6 Sarah,- b. 1626 ; m. William Bitnar. 

+ 7 Henry,- b. 1627 ; m. Mary Osgood, Sarah Farnum. 

+ 8 Samuel,- b. 1634; m. Ruth Eaton. 

9 Mary,- b. ; m. John Eaton. 

10 Joseph,'^ d. y. 



Second Generation. 
2 

Robert Ingalls," {Edimmd^), son of Edmund and Ann 
( ) Ingalls, born Skirbeck, about 162 1 ; married, Sarah, 
daughter of William Harker. As a witness to a will in 1689 he 
said that his age Avas 68. He was a planter at Lynn, Freeman 
1691. A deed was made Jan. i, 1685-6, and he gave most of 
the estate to sons Robert, Samuel and Nathaniel, the}- to sup- 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



19 



port the widow and pay the other heirs. He was buried Jan. 3, 
1698. Sarah, his wife, died April 8, 1696. 

Children : 

II Hannah, 3 b. Sept. 20, 1647; d. June, 1684; m. May 2, 1673, Henry 
Stacey of Salem. Ch : (x) ^///ra?;«, b. Aug. 1673 ; (2) William, 
b. Mar. 16, 1674; (3) Hemy, b. Apr. i, 1677; (4) Satah, b. Jan. 
3, 1678 ; (5) Ebenezer, b. Jan. 4, 1680 ; {6)Johjt, b. 1682 ; d. y. 

-|-I2 Robert, 3 b. Feb. 9, 1649; ™- Rebecca Leighton. 

+13 Samuel.^b. Sept. 22, 1650 ; m, Hanuiih Perkins. 

14 Sarah, 3 b. July 4, 1654; d. Jan. 1688-9. 

15 Elizabeth,^ b. 1657 ; d. Nov. 2, 1681 ; m. 1680, Samuel Hart, Jr. 

Ch : (I) Elizabeth (Hart), b. Oct. 21, 1681. 
+16 Nathaniel,^ b. abt, 1660; m. Anne. 
-f-17 Eleazer,^ b. 1661 ; m. Mary Hendley. 
18 Ruth, 3 b. abt. 1663. 



John Ingali^S," {Edmund^) , son of Edmund and Ann ( ) 
Ingalls, born Skirbeck, England, 1625; married. May 26, 1667, 
Elizabeth Barrett of Salem. He left Eynn previous to 
1687, as would appear by the following record : "John Ingalls 
of the Church of Bristol, R. I., 1687 late of Tiverton." He 
next settled at Rehoboth, Mass., and it is recorded, " Old John 
Ingalls died Dec. 31, 1721." 

HIS WILI,. 

In the name of God Amen, the sixteenth day of Aprill one thousand 
seven hundred and eighteen, I, John Ingols of the town of Rehoboth 
in the County of Bristoll in the Province of the Masachusets Bay in New 
England, yeoman, being weak of body but of sound and perfect memory 
praised be the Almighty God for the same ; I calling to mind the onser- 
taine and transitory estate of this life, that all flesh must dy and yeild to 
death when it shall please God to call, doe make and ordaine, constitute 
and declare this to be my last will and testament in manor and forme 
following (that is to say) revoaking and annulling and by these presents, 
all and every testament and testaments and will and wills heartofore by 
me made and declared either by word or writing ; and this is to be taken 
for my last will & testament and non other. And first of all I give and 
recomend my soule in to the hands of God that gave it, and as for my 
body I commend it to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and 
decent maner at the discretion of my executor ; nothing doubting but at 
the general resurection I shall receive the same againe by the mighty 
power of God, and as touching such worldly estate as the Lord hath lent 
me, my will and meaning is in maner and forme following : 

Impr. I will that all my just and lawfull debts wich I justly owe to any 
person or persons whomesoever be well and truly paid in convenient time 
after my decease. 

Itim. I give to my son John Ingols twenty shillings and the reason 
why I give him no more is because he hath bene a disobedent and 
ondutyfull son to me. 



20 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Itum. I give to my two daughters Elizabeth Crabtre the wife of Ben- 
jamin Crabtre and Sarah Hayward -wafe of William Hayward all'u}' Uiov- 
able estate within dores that is to say, my uttensels, household stuff in 
what maner or kind they may be found and that my two daughters shall 
devide between them theire mothers cloathes ; and if my two daughters 
cannot agree in the deviding of the movables that then thej- chuse two 
indifferent men to mak an equall de\4tion between them. 

Itim. I doe make, constitute and ordaine ni}- well beloved son 
Edmund Ingols to be my only and sole executor of this my last will and 
testament, ratifing and confirming this and no other to be mj' last will 
and testament. 

In witness whearof I have heareunto sett to my hand and seale the day 
and yeare first above written Sec. &c. Sec. 

Signum ^-^^ 

John X Ingols I g^^j l 

Signed, sealed, published and pronounced by the sd John Ingols to be 
his last will and testament, in presence of us the subscribers. 

John West 
Approved Feb. 5, 1721/22 Henry West 

Children : 

19 John, 3 b. Lynn, Feb. 6, 1668. John Ingalls of Mendon June 8, 1714, 

by Suffolk Deeds sold land to son-in-law John Le\\ds of Ded- 
ham, gave mortgage to Joseph Baker which was discharged, 1715; 
in the same year called of Dedham sells brother Edmund of 
Rehoboth land on the Pawtucket River. He was at Mendon as 
early as 1700. A John Ingalls married at Milton 1735 Sarah 
Sumner. 

20 Elizabeth,^ b. Lynn, Aug. 10, 1671 ; d. Lynn, Oct. 29, 1676. 

21 Elizabeth,^ b. ; m. Rehoboth, Jan. 2, 1701, Benjamin Crabtree. 

22 Sarah, 3 b. ; m. Rehoboth, Aug. 7, 1707, William Howard, m. 2d, 

William Hayward. 
+ 23 Edmund. 3 b. ; m. Eunice Luddin. 



Henry Ingalls," {Edmimd^'), son of Edmund and Anne 
( ) Ingalls, born Skirbeck, 1627 ; married, first, July 6, 1653, 
Mary, daughter of John and Ann Osgood of Andover. She 
died Dec. 1686. Married, second, Aug. i, 1687, Sarah 
Farnum, widow of George Abbott. She died May 12, 1728, 
age 90. He owned land at Ipswich which he sold in 1652 ; 
was one of the first settlers of Andover, Mass., btiying the land 
of the Indians, paying in clothing and trinkets. He took an 
active part in town affairs, holding maiw of the offices of trust, 

Essex Court Record, 20/12/1643 John Ingalls and Mary Bentley, fined for " Wanton 
Dalliance &c." John fpsell testified that he heard Thos. Witherlon say to John Ingalls 
' Thou hast need give nie a good money &c. to stick to thee in this case." Edward Rich- 
ards, fined for unwarrantable proceedings against the above parties. Mary Bentley 
came in 1635 age 20. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF lA'NN. 21 

and was made a Freeman by the General Court 1673. He died 
Feb. 8, 1 7 18-9. 

WILL OF HENRY INGALLS. 

I Henry Ingalls of Andover, in the County of Essex, in the privince of 
the Mafsachufetts Bay, in New England, being aged, but of perfect mind 
and memory, Do make and ordain this my laft will and teftament. First 
of all, I commit my Soul into the hands of God that gave it, and my 
body I commit to the earth, to be Decently buried in the hope of a 
blefsed Refurrection at the last day. And as for my worldly eftate which 
God hath given me, I give and difspofe of it in the following manner 
and form — 

Firft — I give to my vSon Samuel, twelve Acres of land, belonging to his 
now dwelling houfe, and two Acres of meadow in the weft Meadow, 

Item — I give to my Son Henry ten Acres of Land out of the farm I live 
on, of which I formerly gave him a deed, which land lies on the South 
Eaft side of mv land, and is divided from the Land I have given to my 
Sons James and Josiah by the following bounds, viz — On the Eaft with a 
walnut stump, on the west with a red oak tree, marked and from thence 
running South Eaft over Mufketo Brook, to a rock, Also I give him two 
Holes of meadow, commonly called Suttons Hole, and a hole of meadow 
on the Weft side of my meadow, juft by my meadow, and a piece of my 
great meadow going from the Maple point to the upland, Bounded 
with a great rock in the middle of the meadow, and from thence running 
to the upland. 

Item — I give to my Son John, twenty Acres of upland \\-ithin my farm, 
and lying on the north and Weft Side of my Son James Land, the bounds 
between them are an Elm tree on the I^aft vSide where the fence now 
stands and running from thence Wefterly to a Walnut tree, from thence 
running Southerly to a stake and a heap of Stones, and then running 
Southeaft to another heap of stones, and then running weft to a heap of 
Stones on the outside of my land, Also I give him a piece of meadow in 
the middle of my meadow running by the Rock ( ) three rods fur- 

ther than he commonly mows, and two holes of meadow on the Eaft 
side of my meadow bounded with the upland. 

Item — i give to my Son James my Homeftead Houfe and barn and 
Orchard the homeftead containing twenty Acres more or less, Alfo, all 
my meadow that I have not difpofed of by my will to my other Sons, 
Also, I give mj' Son James my right in the common and undivided Lands 
in Andover, and a pair of Oxen, and a cow, and I order my Son James to 
keep a cow for nij- wife, and to give her yearly ten bushels of corn one 
half of it in Indian Corn, the other half English Corn, and five pounds 
of wool, five pounds of flax, and to provide her firewood, Also I give 
my wife the use of one End of my dwelling houfe, also I give hertwenty 
pounds in common pay, to be paid by my Executor, also I give her 
yearly one hundred pounds of meat, uiy meaning is that what I have 
ordered my Executor to pay my wife yearly is to be paid only during her 
widowhood. 

Item — I give to my Son Josiah, twenty Acres of Land with in my farm 
Lying on the Soiithweft Side of my land. Bounded on the northweft cor- 
ner with a black Oak marked and so running Eaft to another black Oak 

marked ( ) and a part of my meadow from a white Oak marked, on 

the east side of my meadow to the upland. 

Item— I give to my daughter Sarah, a cow having given her according 
to my ability at her marriage. 

Item — I give my Soniulaw Joseph Stevens three Acres & a half of land 
in Shawshin field. 

Item — I give to my Son Stephen Ingalls ten Acres of land ( ) lying 

by the great pond, 



22 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Finally, — I coustitute make and ordain my Son James the sole Execu- 
tor of this my laft will and teftament, and do hereby revoke and difanull 
al and every other former wills by me made, Ratifying and confirming 
this & no other to be my laft will and teftament, In witnefs whereof I 
have hereunto set my hand & seal the fifth day of July in the Year of 
our L,ord Seventeen hundred & fourteen, 

His 

Henry x Ingali^s 

mark 

Children, born Andover : 

+ 24 Samuel,-^ b. Oct. 3, 1654; m. Sarah Heudrick. 

-|-25 Henry, ^ b. Dec. 8, 1656; m. Abigail Emery. 

26 Mary, 3 b. Jan. 28, 1659; m. May 28, 1679, John Stevens of Andover. 

-\-2-] John,''b. May 21, 1661 ; m. Sarah Russell. 

-|-28 Stephen,-^ b. May 21, 1661 ; m. Dinah Elsou. 

29 Francis,-^ b. Sept. 23, 1663, d. small pox, Dec. 9, 1690. 

30 Moses, ^ b. June 26, 1666, d. Sept. 28, 1667. 
-I-31 James, '^ b. Sept. 24, 1669; m. Hannah Abbott. 

32 Sarah, 3 b. Sept. 7, 1672; prob. d. young. 

33 Joseph,^ b. Mar. 24, 1675; d. y. 

+34 Josiah,^ b. Feb. 28, 1676; m. Mary Holt; Esther F>ye. 

35 Sarah, -^ b. Jan. 22, 1679; m. Joshua Swan. 

8 

Samuel Ingalls,"^ {Edmu?id^ ) , son of Edmund and Ann 
( ) Ingalls, born, Lynn, Mass., 1634; married, Ipswich, Dec. 
9, 1656, Ruth Eaton. He was called Lieutenant, was a yeoman 
at Ipswich, admitted to the church 1673 ; Freeman 1681 ; select- 
man, 1683; deputy, 1690. His will was made 1 716, proved 
Jan. 22, 1717. 

Children, born Ipswich : 

36 Ruth, 3 b. Nov. 19, 1657 ; d. June 22, 1700; m. May 20, 1678, Samuel 

Chapman of Hampton, N. H. See Chapman Genealogy. 

37 Samuel,^ b. Jan. 24, 1659. 

38 Edmund,'^ b. July 23, 1662 ; prob. d. young. 

39 John,^b. Aug. 26, 1664; prob. d. y. 

+40 Joseph, 3 b. Dec. 23, 1666; m. vSarah Thompson. 

41 Mary,^ b. Mar. 13, 1668; m. June 29, 1717, William Butler. 

42 Anna, 3 b. May 8, 1671 ; m. Giddings, she wid. 1721. 

43 Elizabeth, =5 b. Sept. 27, 1673. 

44 Nathaniel, 3 b. F'^eb. 9, 1675 ; Adm. of estate by brother Joseph in 

1721 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 23 

UbirC) (Beneratton. 
12 

Robert Ingalls,^ {Robert^- 'Edmund'^), son of Robert and 
Sarah (Harker) Ingalls, born Lynn, Feb. 9, 1649; married, 
Jan. 20, 1675, Rebecca, daughter of Thomas lycighton (Laugh- 
ton ?) He was buried at Lj'nn, Feb. 1688/9. 

Children, born Lynn : 

45 Rebecca,* ; d. Feb. 1679. 

46 Sarah,'* b. Sept. 19, 1677; m Dec. 4, 1701, Edward Brown. Ch : 

(i) Sarah, b. Sept. 29, 1703. 

47 Robert,* b. July 10, 1679; d. Feb. 1680. 

48 Elizabeth,-' b. Feb. 10, 1681. 

-(-49 James,* b. July 16, 1684; m. Anna Parker. 



13 

Samuel Ingalls,^ {Robert^- Edmund^), son of Robert and 
Sarah (Harker) Ingalls, born Lynn, Sept. 22, 1650; married, 
Feb. 2, 168 1, Hannah Perkins, widow of John Brewer. He 
was a Freeman at Ipswich, Mass., 1691, a Representative to the 
General Court and was called Lieutenant. He died at Ipswich 
about 171 1. 

Children, born Ipswich : 

50 Hanaah,* b. Jan. 26, 1681 ; d. Oct 6, 1682. 

51 Hannah,* b. July 10, 1683; ui. Feb. 8, 1708, Samuel Farriugton. Ch : 

i^i) Sarah, h. OcX. 12, 1709; (2) Huldah,\>. Feb. 25, 1710/11; (3) 
Ebenezer, b. Feb. 5, 1712/13; (4) Abigail, b. Oct. 30, 1715; (5) 
Samuel, b. Nov. 11, 1718. 

52 Abigail,* b. Aug. 13, 1685. 

53 Samuel,* b. Feb. 23, 1687/8; d. Dec. 25, 1688. 
-f-54 Samuel,* b. Feb. 17, 1689/90; m. Sarah Ingalls. 

55 David,* b. Apr. 14, 1693. Is not mentioned in division of father's 

estate, but a David signs a bill of sale 1721. 

56 Mary,* b. Apr. 15, 1697; m. 1719, Jonathan Smith. 



16 

Nathaniel Ingalls,^ {Robert ^^ Edmund^), son of Robert and 
Sarah (Harker) Ingalls, born Lj'nn about 1660; married, Anne 
( ). He lived at Lynn and in his will, made July 12, 1735, 
is called a husbandman. The will was proved Jan. 9, 1737. 



24 INGALLS GENEALOCtY. 

Children, 3 recorded at Iv3'nn : 

-I-57 Nathaniel,'' b. Dec. 25, 1692; m. Tabitha Lewis. 

58 Sarah,'' b. A])r. 14, 1693 ; m. Samuel Ingalls. 

59 Ruth,'' b. June 29, 1695 ; m. 171 1, John Berry ; had daughter Ruth. 
+60 Joseph,'' ; m. Rebecca Collins. 

-j-6i William,^ ; m. Zeruiah Norwood. 

-j-62 Henry,'' ; m. Sarah Richards. 

63 Maria,^ ; m. Samuel Berry of Salem. 

64 Tabitha,'' ; m. 1723, John Williams. 

65 Hannah,'' ; m. 1735, Daniel Hitchings. 
+66 Jacob,'' ; m. Mary Tucker. 

17 

Eleazer l's<iGA.\^i^s,^^{Robcrt,'~^Ed)}iu7id'^), sou of Robert and 
Sarah (Harker) Ingalls, born Lynn about 1661 ; married, Mary, 
daughter of Eli as and Sarah Hendley. He was a merchant and 
cooper at Marblehead, and died there Feb. 27, 17 17/8. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

67 Samuel,* b. Aug. 16, 16S4. 

+68 Eleazer,* b. ; m. Nov. 27, 1715, Sarah Glasey. 

69 Mary,* b. 1688; d. 1711; m. Jan. 15, 1708, John Girdler. 

+70 John,* b. about 1689; m. Sarah. 

71 Joseph,* b. about 1693 ; m. Jan. i, 1719, Mary Trevett ; adm. granted 
wid. Mary, 1743. 

+72 Nathaniel,* b. about 1695 ; m. Mary Tucker. 

+73 William,* b. April 22, 1702; m. Mary Lane. 

74 Sarah,* b. ; m. Sept. 19, 1710, Henry Trevett. She was wife 

of John Bailey, 1737. 

75 Elizabeth,* b. ; m. Nov. 27, 1712, Richard Trevett, Jr. 



23 

Edmund Ingalls,*^ {Johji,'^ Edvuind^), son of John and 
Elizabeth, (Barrett) Ingalls, born probabl}' at Bristol or Cum- 
berland, R.I. ; married, Nov. 29, 1705, Eunice, daughter of 
Benjamin Euddin of Braintree. He moved to Rehoboth, Mass., 
and died there. 

Children : 

+76 Benjamin,* b. Dec. 8, 1706; m. Mercy Jencks. 

77 Elizabeth,* b. May 8, 1709; ni. Feb. 16, 1729; Ephraim Moslem. 

+ 78 Ebenezer,* b. July 14, 171 1; m. Elizabeth Wheeler. 

+79 Edmund,* b. Oct. i, 1713; m. Deborah Esterbrook. 

80 Eunice,* b. Oct. i, 1713 ; m. Nov. 28, 1734, Amos Bosworth. 

+81 Joseph,* b. Nov. 29, 1718 ; m. Cordellay Bullock. 

+82 Samuel,* b. Apr.20, 1723 ; m. Ruth Moulton. 



POvSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAI.LS, OF LYNN. 25 

24 

Samuel Ingalus,^ {Henry ^- Ed))iund^), son ol Henry and 
and Mary (Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., Oct. 3, 1654; 
married, June 4, 1682, Sarah, daughter of Daniel Hendrick, 
She was born Aug. 5, 1661. On the records he is called Ser- 
geant. Lived and died at Audover, Aug. 11, 1733. 

Children, born Andover: 

+ 83 Samuel,* b. May 7, 1683; m. Mary Watts. 

84 Sarah,-' b. Mar. 21, 1685 ; d. Feb. 13, 1754 ; m. 1706, Jcsiah Chandler. 
See Chandler Gen. 
+85 Moses,* b. Mav 30, 1687 ; m. Maria Hoitt. 

86 Daniel,* b. July 30, 1689. 

87 Deborah,* b. Apr. i, 169 1 ; d. Dec. 26, 1692. 

-(-88 Eldad,* b. There is no record of his birth or any absolute proof of 
his parentage, yet an exhaustive study of all facts goes to prove 
him son of Samuel and possibly the name Daniel born 1696 should 
read on the records as Eldad. A death of Daniel is recorded 
Sept. 25, 1700, and possible the one born 1689 Eldad married 
Hannah Watts, half sister to Samuel's wife. 

89 Deborah,* b. July 24, 1694; m. 1715, Joshua Flint of Salem, who 

moved to Windham. Conn. 1716. Ch : (i) Sarah, b. June 21, 1716 ; 
{2) Joshua, b. Feb. 26, 1720; m. Sarah Carver; (t,) James, b. July 
20, 1722 ; m. Jemima Jennings, and had (I) Royai,, quartermaster 
during the Revolution; (II) Abel, a minister at Hartford; (4) 
Asher, b. 1724; m. Sarah Bingham, 2d. Lucy Kimball ; (^)Barthol- 
ovieiv, b. June 26, 1726; m. Lydia Mason, 2d. Mary Welch ; (6) 
Huldah, b. June 24, 1728; (7) Elizabeth, b. May 29, 1730; (8) 
Abner, b. Oct. 25, 1732; {<^)Eliphalet, b. July x8, 1734; (10) 
Arkelas, b. June 22, 1736; m. Cloe Elmer ; (11) Theodore, b. Dec. 
• 29, 1739. 

90 Daniel,* b. Oct. 13, 1696. ? 

91 Riith,* b. Feb. 19, 1699; d. n. m. 

92 Nathaniel,* b. 1703. 

93 Mary,* ; m. Jan. 20, 1721, Noah Marble. 

25 

Henry Ingalls,^ {Henry ^^ Edmund^), son of Henry and 
Mary (Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., Dec. 8, 1656; 
married, June 6, 1688, Abigail, daughter of John. Jr., and 
Marj^ (Webster) Emery, of Newbury. She was born Jan. 16, 
1669; died, July 12, 1756. He died at Andover Feb. 8, 1698/9. 

Children, born Andover : 

4-94 Henry,* b. Apr. 2, 1689; m. Hannah Martin. 

95 Mary,* b. Feb. 25, 1691. Not mentioned in her father's wnll. A 

Mary m. 1711, Thomas Dustin of Haverhill. 

96 Abigail,* b. Jan. 15, 1693; d. Aug. 11, 1742; n. m. 

4-97 Francis,* b. Dec. 20, 1694 ; m. Lydia Ingalls, 2d Lydia Stevens. 
4-98 Joseph,* b. Apr. 17, 1697; m. Phebe Farnum. 



26 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

27 

John Ingalls,'^ {Heiiry,- Edmund^), son of Henry and Mary 
(Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Ma}- 21, 166 1 ; married, June 
ID, 1696, Sarah Russell. She died Abington, Conn., May 
25, 1764, aged 90. He moved to Abington with several An- 
dover families, and died there Jan. 5, 1743. 

Children, born Andover : 

4- 99 John,* b. Mar. 23, 1697; m. Mary Willis. 

100 Sarah,* b. Nov. 29, 1698; m. 1724, Dauicl Osgood. 

loi Anna,* b. June 22, 1701, m. Charles Willis. 

102 A child,* b. Mar. 27, 1705. 

+103 Stephen,* b. Jul}' 24, 1710; m. Rebecca Grow, 2d, Mary Trescott. 

104 Elizabeth,* b. Jul}^ 24, 1710 ; prob. m. Apr. 22, 1731, John Stevens. 

105 Martha,* b. Feb. 1713; m. Mar. 10, 1730, William Barker. 
-(-106 Benjamin,* b. 1715 ; d. Oct. 11, 1800; m. Mary , who died 

Apr. 20, 1784, aged 66. 



28 

Stephen Ingalls,^ {Henry,' Edmiuid^), son of Henry and 
Mary (Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, May 21, 166 1, married, 
Jan. 2, 1690, Dinah Elson, who died Aug. i, 1703. He was 
a tailor at Salem, where he bought land in 1721, gave it to only 
son Ephraim in 1724, with conditions for support of self and 
wife. 

Children : 

107 Mary,* b. June 9, 1691 ; m. Jan. i, 1712, Thomas, son of Wm. and 

Marv (Glover) Driver. Son Thomas, b. Oct. 15, 1715. See 
Driver Gen., p. 88. 

108 Dinah,* b. Feb. 24, 1693/4. 

109 Stephen,* b. June i6, 1696 ; d. }•. 

+110 Ephraim,* b. vSept. 10, 1698; m. Hannah Manning. 

111 John,* b. 1699; d. 1700. 

112 Margaret,* b. 1703; m. 1726, John Hill. Ch : {i) Jo/in. h. 1727; 

d. 1728; (2) llTargai-ei , b. Aug. 19, 1729; (3) Elizabeth, b. Apr. 
19, 1730; {4) Samuel, b. Nov. 11, 1733; (5) Jo/in, b. Dec. 28, 
1735 ; (6) Stepheti, b. May 18, 1741. 



31 

James Ingalls,^ {Henry,- Edmund^), son of Henry and Mary 
(Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Sept. 24, 1669 ; married Apr. 
16, 1695, Hannah, daughter of George and Sarah (Farnum) 
Abbott. She died Pomfret, Conn., May 3, 1753 ; gravestone still 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 27 

standing. He gave his property in 1727, to son James, on con- 
dition of payment of legacies to daughters. He died Andover, 
June 27, 1735. 

Children, born Andover : 

-I-113 James,* b. Aug. 9, 1695; m. Mary Steveus. 

114 Hannah,* b. Jan. 2, 1697 ; prob. m. June 7, 1726, Annie Ruamah 

Faulkner. 

115 Lydia,* b. Dec. 18, 1698; m. Francis Ingalls. 

116 Priscilla,* b. 1706. 

117 Hepzibah,* b. Nov. 9, 1711 ; m. Aug. 9, 1737, Samuel Steveus. 

118 Jemima.* 

119 Dinah,* ; prob. m. Jan. 18, 1725, Timothy Faruum. 

120 Mehitable,* ; prob. m. Dec. 16, 1736, Daniel Kimball. See 

Kimball Gen., p. 118. 

121 Abiah,* ; d. Feb. 10, 1728/9. 



JosiAH Ingalls,^ {//enry,'^ Edmund^) ,?,ox\. of Henry and Mary 
(Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Feb. 28, 1676 ; married, first, 
Sept. 19, 1705, Mary Holt, who died Feb. 9, 17 14/5, age 34 ; 
married, second, 1715, Esther Fryb, who died Sept. 29, 1757, 
age 76. He died Andover, Aug. 14 1755. 

Children by Mary Holt : 

122 A child,* b. May 15, 1706. 

123 Abigail,* b. 1709. 

124 Josiah,* b. May 22, 1712; d. y. 

125 Rachel,* b. Sept. 7, 1713. 

Children by Esther Frye : 

126 Anna,* b. June 16, 1717; d. Oct. 20, 1729. 
4-127 Josiah,* b. Aug. 4, 1719; m. Eunice Flint. 

40 

Joseph Ingalls,^ {Saviucl^~ Edmund^) , son of Samuel and 
Ruth (Eaton) Ingalls, born Ipswich, Mass., Dec. 23, 1666 ; 
married Sarah Thompson. He was a carpenter at Gloucester 
and died there 1724. 

Children : 

-I-128 Samuel,* b. ; m. Sarah Fellows. 

129 Elizabeth,* b. ; m. Oct. 27, 1726, William Andrews, b. Aug. 8. 

1699; d. Carlisle, Mass., Sept. 17, 1778. Had ten children. 
See Essex Int. Papers, 1899, page 98. 

130 Sarah,* b. 171 1 ; m. Dec. 11, 1730, Stephen Butler of Gloucester. 
+131 John,* b. 1713; m. Hannah. 

132 Mary,* b. 1716 ; d. 1801 ; m. June 12, 1737, William Allen ; d. June 
10, 1815. 



28 INGALLvS GENEALOGY. 

jfourtb (Beneration. 
49 

James Ingalls/ {Robert,^ Robert^- Edmund^), son of Robert 
and Rebecca (Ivcighton) Ingalls, born Lynn, July i6, 1684 ; mar- 
ried, Anna, daughter of Daniel and Anna (Errington) Parker. 
She was born Charlestown, Nov. 4, 1687. He died in Boston. 
Division of his estate 1702. 

Children : 
+ 133 James, ^ ; m. Joanna Call. 

54 

Samuel Ingalls,* {Samucl^^ Robeji,^ Ed?mcnd'^), son of Sam- 
uel and Hannah (Perkins) Ingalls, born Lynn, Feb. 17, 1689/90; 
married, Nov. i, 1715, Sarah, daughter of Nathaniel and Anne 
Ingalls. His will made at Lynn, Feb. 1755, proved 1759. 
Children, born Lynn : 

+ 134 Samuel,^ b. 1720; m. Lydia Lewis. 

135 Elizabeth,^ b. 

136 Ruth,'' b ; m. 1742, Jedediali Nevvhall. 

57 

Nathaniel Ingalls,* (^Nathaniel ,^ Robat^~ Edviimd^). son 
of Nathaniel and Anne ( ) Ingalls, born Lynn, Dec. 25, 1692 ; 
married, Jan. i, 1722, Tabitha Lewis. His will was made in 
Lynn, 1770, and proved 1772 ; mentions only sons Nathaniel and 
Thomas, 

Children, born Lynn : 

137 John,^ b. Aiig. 20, 1726; d. 1762; m. ist, Hannah, daughter of 

Benjamin and Elizabeth (Newhall) Allej-, b. July 28, 1728; d. 
; m. 2d, Nov. 5, 1753, vSarah, daughter of Samuel and Abigail 
(Bassett) Alley. Ch : (138) Hannah, b. June 12, 1758; d. Dec. 
20, 1792; m. Sept. 12, 1776, Nathan Mudge. Ch. {^\) Nathan, 
b. 1778 ; m. Martha Brown ; (2) Ezra, b. 1780; m. Betsey Brewer ; 
(3) Joh7i P., b. 1782; m. vSally Brown; (4) Mary, b. 1785; 
m. Paul Newhall; [^) Saiiiuel, b. 1787; m. ist, Rachel l<'Io\-d, 
2d, Martha Burrell ; {6) Joseph, b. 1788; d. y. (7) Hannah, h. 
1790; m. Israel Perkins. (See Mudge Gen.) 
139 Tabitha,^ b. June 8, 1728; m. 1747, Eleazer, sonof Beuj. and PUiza- 
beth (Newhall) Alley. 
-f-140 Nathaniel, 5 b. 1730; m. Mercy Pratt. 

141 Rebecca,^ b. Uec. 20, 1732 ; m. Richard Pratt. 

142 James, ^ b. Mar. i, 1736; d. before 1770. 
-I-143 Thomas,-'' b. Eeb. 27, 1737/8. 

144 Elizabeth,^ b. June 3, 1746; m Parrott. 



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60 



29 



Joseph Ingalls/ {A'atha?iic/^'^ Robert^- Edmimd^), son of Na- 
thaniel and Anne ( ) Ingalls, born in Lynn, about 1700 ; 
married, Nov. 3, 1726, Rebecca, daughter of Eleazer and Re- 
becca (Newhall) Collins. She was born Apr. 4, 1706; Adm. 
and division of estate b}- son, John, Mar. 3, 1760. 

Children : 

-I-145 John,^ b. 1727; m. Abigail Stocker. 

146 Abiah,^ b. 1728; m. Johu Ireson. 

147 Anna,^ b. 1730; not mentioned in division of estate. 
+148 Eleazer Collins, ^ b. 1731 ; m. Elizabeth. 

149 Rebecca,'^ b. 1733. 

61 

William Ingalls,* {Nathaniel^ Robctt,- Edmund^), son of 
Nathaniel and Anne ( ) Ingalls, born about 1699 ; mar- 

ried, Lynn, Nov. 13, 1729, Zeruiah Norwood. 

Children : 
-+-150 William,^ b. 
+ 151 Jonathan Norv,ood,^ b. 1734; m. Hannah Joy. 

152 A daughter. 

153 A daughter. 

62 

Henry Ingalls,* {Nathaniel,^ Robert^- EdDiund^), son of 
Nathaniel and Anne ( ) Ingalls, born Lynn, ; mar- 

ried, Dec. 26, 1734, Sarah Richards. He died Lynn. 

Children : 
-I-155 Amos, 5 b. 1739; m. Mary Ingalls. 

66 

Jacob Ingalls,"* {Nathaniel ^'' Robert^- Ednuind^), son of Na- 
thaniel and Anne ( ) Ingalls, born L^'un, ; married, 
Nov. 17, 1737. Mary Tucker. He died in Lynn. Adm. 
granted Jacob Jr., 1791. Abncr Ingalls surety-. 

Children : 

i6o Hannah,'^ b. Mar. 15, 1740; m. Feb. 15, 1770, Joseph Lye of Mar- 
blehead. 

161 Elizabeth,-^ b. vSept. 21. 1742. 

162 Ruth,° b. Feb. 12, 1745. 

+ 163 Jacob, 5 b. July i, 1747; m. Martha Lewis. 

164 Mary, 5 b. Jan'. 29, 1750; m. Amos Ingalls. 

165 Deborah,^ b. Dec. 29, 1753; m. Daniel Lindsay. 

166 Rebecca, 5 b. Dec. 30, 1759 ; m. Joseph Johnson. 



30 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

68 

ElEAZER Inga»xs/ (Eleazcr,^ Robert ^^ Edmund'^ ), son of 
Eleazer and Mary (Hendley) Ingalls, born Marblehead, Mass., 
about 1686 ; married, Nov. 27, 17 15, Sarah Glasey. He was 
an innholder at Marblehead and died about 1726, for Adm. was 
granted wife Sarah and Eben Stacy this year. His widow 
married. Sept, 23, 1728, Robert Shaw. 

Children, born ■Marblehead : 

167 vSamuel,^ bapt. Aug. 5, 1716. 

168 Edmund, ° bapt. Oct. 20, 1717; m. Sept. 25, 1738, Marj' Tucker. 

169 Mary,^ bapt. Juue 7, 1719; m. Sept. 27, 1743, Lawrence Bartlett. 

170 Sarah, ^ bapt. Mar. 19, 1721 ; m. Oct. i, 1738, John Rockwood. 
-I-171 Eleazer,' bapt. Dec. 16, 1722 ; m. Sarah Diamond. 

172 John,^ bapt. Mar. 14, 1725; he prob. d. abt. 1752; m. Nov. 20, 
1746, Ann Dennis. Wid. m. 2d, Sept. 17, 1754, John Rogers. 
Ch : (173) Ann, ^ bapt. May 15, 1748; m. Sept. 22, 1771, Elisha 
Rogers. (174) Mary, ^ bapt. Aug. 19, 1750; prob. m. Jan. 3, 1771, 
Richard Newman. 

175 Agnes, 5 bapt. F'eb. 19, 1727. 

176 Sarah, ^ bapt. Dec. 14, 1728; m. Nov. 27, 1750, Thos. Gould of 

Salem. 

70 

John Ingalls,'' {Eleazer,^ Robert,' Edmund^), son of Eleazer 
and Mary (Hendley) Ingalls, born Marblehead, about 1690 ; 
married, Sarah ( ). Adm. was granted widow Sarah 1737, 
and she married second, Ebenezer Eufkin, who died 1746. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

177 Thomas, s bapt. Apr. 13, 1718. 

178 Sarah,* bapt. Feb. 14, 1720. 

179 Mary,* bapt. Jan. 18, 1720; m. Jan. 10, 1740, Thomas Kimball. 
4-180 John,* bapt. Oct. 4, 1724; m. Mary Merritt. 

181 Samuel,* bapt. June 25, 1727. 

182 Margaret,* bapt. Mar. 12, 1732. 

183 Sarah,* bapt. Oct. 12, 1728; m. Sept. 26, 1740, Elias Hadley. 

72 

Nathaniel Ingalls,^ {Eleazer,^ Robert^- Edmund'^), son of 
Eleazer and Mary (Hendlej-) Ingalls, born Marblehead, about 
1695; married. Mar. 31, 1718, Mary Tucker. He was a 
" Joiner "' at Marblehead. His widow probably married, Jan. 3, 
1746, Samuel West of Salem. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 31 

Children, boru Marbleliead : 

184 Samuel,^ bapt. June 17, 1720. 

185 Eleazer,^ bapt. Feb. 20, 1720. 

186 Mary ,5 bapt. June 3, 1722 ; ni. Nov. 21, 1749, Isaac Mansfield. 

187 Sara'h,^ bapt. Aug. 9, 1724; d. y. 

188 Priscilla,^ bapt. Oct. 12, 1728; m. Nov. 22, 1752, Samuel Field, Jr., 

of Salem. 

189 Nathaniel,^ bapt. July 70, 1730. 

190 Sarah, 5 bapt. May 16, 1736; prob. m. Dec. 24, 1756, Joseph 

Diamond. 

73 

William Ing.ills,'* {Eleazer^^ Robert^" Edmimd^), son of 
Eleazer and Mary (Hendley) Ingalls, born Marblehead, Apr. 
22, 1702; married, Feb. 10, 1724, Mary Lane. He was a 
mariner at Marblehead. Son John was Adm. in 1758. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

191 Joseph,^ bapt. June i, 1727. 
+ 192 William,^ bapt. Dec. 24, 1729. 

4-193 John,^ bapt. Apr. 2, 1732 ; m. Elizabeth Ashtou. 

194 Eleazer,^ bapt. May 15, 1735. 

195 Nathaniel,*^ bapt. July , 1737. 

196 Mary,^ bapt. June 22, 1740; m. Sept. 7, 1761, Robert Hooper. 

76 

Benjamin Ingalls,* {Edmund^^ /oh?i^'- Ednuind'') son of 

Edward and Eunice (lyuddin) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, Dec. 8, 

1706; married, vSept. 10, 1731, Mercy Jencks. He died in 

Rehoboth, about 1743. She married, second, Col. Phillip 

Wheeler, father of Captain Philip, w^ho married her daughter 

Mary. She had by him Mercy, Rhoda, Daniel and Rufus 

J. Wheeler. 

Children, born Rehoboth. 

197 Shubael,^ b. Aug. 18, 1733. 

198 Mary, ^ b. June 11, 1734; m. Capt. Philip Wheeler; her grandson 

(i) Benjamin Ingalls, d. Montpelier, Vt., Apr. 1899, age 70; m.2d, 
1783, Capt. John Keltou. 

199 Eunice,^ b. Oct. 14, 1737. 

200 Freelove," b. Nov. 16, 1739; m. Mar. 17, 1760, James Jennings. 

201 Hannah, 5 b. Aug. 13, 1740; m. Feb. 3, 1761, Amos Bowen. 

78 

Ebenezer Ingalls,* {Edmund,^ John^- Edjuioid'^), son of 
Edmund and Eunice (Euddin) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, July 14, 
1711 ; married, June 5, 1735, Elizabeth, daughter of James, 



32 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Jr., and Elizabeth (West) Wheeler. She was born in Reho- 
both, June 9; 1717. His last four children may have been b}- a 
second wife. His estate was divided 177 1 at Rehoboth. 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

202 Elizabeth,^ b. May 5, 1736. 

-I-203 Henry ,^ b. Oct. 12, 1738 ; in. S3'bil Carpenter. 

204 Frederick, 5 b. Dec. 7, 1740. 

205 Alithea,° b. Nov. 18, 1741 ; m. Dec. 3, 1762, Samuel Fuller, Jr. 
-)-2o6 Ebenezer,^ b. June 30, 1744; m. Rachel Wheeler. 

207 Mehitable,^ b. Jan. 3, 1746/7. 

208 Lois, 5 b. Feb. 16, 1750; m. June 13, 1773, James Kelton. He was 

born same day as wife ; d. Warwick, Mass., Jan. 26, 1831. Ch : 
(i) Ebeiiezer, b. June 17, 1774; d. Nov. 30, 1813; m. Phebe ( ) 

Ch : (I) Delinda, (II) Arden. 

(2) Enoch, b. Apr. 10, 1776 ; d. Moretown, Vt., June 17, 1840; m. 

Hannah Kelton. 

(3) Nahiini, b. Jan. 28, 1778 ; m. Fanny Vincent of East Mont- 

pelier, Vt. Ch : (I) Samuei, Stillman, b. Oct. 10, 1810 ; 
d. Montpelier, Mar. 22, 1892; m. Ursula Sprague, b. Sept. 
12, 1819; d. May 10, 1897. Ch : (A) Francis Philip, b. May 
6, 1841 ; m. 1876, Joanna A. Colby; was a farmer at East 
Montpelier. Ch : (a) Mary H., b. Mar. 26, .1879 ; (b) Ray- 
mond A., b. June 17, 1885 ; (c) Robert S., b. June 8, 1891. 
(B) Dwight H., b. Oct. 4, 1843 ; m. Anna L. Donnelly. She 
was born on Mackinac Island, Mich., Oct. 4, i860. He at- 
tended school at Barre Academy, and Norwch University, 
Vt., and from the latter received the honorary degrees of 
A. M. and LL. D. Enlisted June i, 1861, in the 3rd Vt. 
Inf'y. Served later in the Ci^^l War as an enlisted man of 
the 98th N. Y. Inf'y. and as a captain in the 115th U. S. C. 
Inf'y ; was appointed a 2d Lieut, in the loth U. S. Inf'y. in 
1866, and was retired, while a captain, in 1888. Author of 
the ''Annals of Fort Mackinac,'" etc., etc. (II) Truman 
Chittenden, b. May 11, 1817; m. Emeline E. Bassett, res. 
E. Montpelier. Ch. (A) George, b. Sept. 28, 1848 ; m. Ada 
M. Rich. (B) Herbert, b. June 28, 1850 ; m. 1882, Mary A. 
Wheeler. Ch : (a) Nannie H., b. May 2, 1890. (C) Henry, 
b. Oct. 20, 185 1 ; m. 1877, Plora H. Coburn. (D) Fannie 
M.,b. June22, 1854; m. 1878, Arthur D. Coburn. Ch : (a) 
Mabel, b. July 31, 1879. (b) Florence, b. Nov. 27, 188 v 
(E) Walter, b. May 17, 1857 ; d. June 12, 1858. (F) Edwin, 
b. July 4, i860. 

(4) Sabra, b. Mar. 19, 1780; d. Apr. 14, 1780. 

(5) James, b. Feb. 25, 1782; d. Warwnck, July 5, 1852; m. I^ray 

Atherton. 

(6) Nathan, b. July 21, 1784; d. Lowell, Vt., Apr. 4, 1867; m. 

Luc}' Mosley. 

(7) Ona,h. July 25, 1786; d. Ballston, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1845; m- 

Betsey Boyden. Ch : (I) Fernando, b. Feb. 11, 1812. (11) 
Ewzabeth a., b. Mar. 2. 1818. (Ill) Charles C, b. Jan. 
22, 1822. 

209 Hannah,^ b. ; m. Dec. 23, 1773, John Turner. 

+ 210 Benjamin, 5 A Benjamin Ingall, Rev. soldier. Captain Carpenter's 
regiment, served eight daj^s from Apr. 19, 1775. Col. Thos. 
Carpenter's Regt. 1780. 
211 Sabia,^ (Sabiua?) m. Nov 25, 1778, James Campbell. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 33 

79 

Edmund Ingalls,* {^Edmund, ^ John ^^ Edmund^), son of Ed- 
mund and Eunice (Luddin) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, Oct. i, 
1 713 ; married, June 10, 1736, Deborah Esterbrook. 

Children born Rehoboth : 

212 Sarah, ^ b. Oct. 28, 1738; in. June 29, 1750, Caleb Bowen. 
+213 Edmund,^ b. Mar. 18, 1739/40; m. Esther Salisbury. 

214 Deborah,^ b. May 4, 1742; prob. 111. David Wheeler; he b. Mar. 18, 

1742. Ch : (I) David ; (2) Sabina ; (3) Deborah ; (4) Amos. 

215 Benjamin,^ b. June 11, 1745/6. 

216 John,^ b. Mar. 7, 1747/8. A John Ingalls, Jr., d. Rehoboth, Apr. 

25- 1853, age 73 yrs. 6 mo. 

81 

Joseph Ingalls,^ {Edmund,^ John,'^ Edmund'^), son of Ed- 
mund and Eunice (Euddin) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, Nov. 29, 
1718; married, Cordellay Ann Bullock. Probably moved 
to Otsego Co., N. Y., about 1790. 

Children : 

+217 Hezekiah,^ b. Oct. 30, 1741 ; m. Catherine. 

4-2 1 8 Joseph,^ b. June 8, 1744 ; m. Roby Norton. 

-i-219 Elkanah.s b. Feb. 26, 1745/6; m. Rebecca Pierce. 

220 Elihu,^ b. Apr. i, 1748. 

221 Eunice, 5 b. Feb. 25, 1749/50; prob. m. Nov. 3, 1771, Wheeler Cole. 

222 Cordellay ,5 b. Apr. 3, 1752 ; d. y. 

-I-223 Edmund,^ b. Aug. 5, 1754; m. Lydia Rowland. 

224 Grizzell,* b. Dec. 8, 1756. 

225 Jonathan,^ b. May 27, 1759; m. Oct. 20, 1783, Charlotte Wheeler. 

If she was daughter of Dr. John Wheeler in his will 1802 called 
Charlotte Clark. He was a Rev. soldier from Rehoboth. 

226 Cordellay,^ b. Jan. 8, 1762. 

-(-227 Luddin,^b. Feb. 8, 1765 ; m. Sarah Anthony. 

82 

Samuel Ingali,S,* {Edtmoid,^ Joh7i,- Edniu7id^), son of Ed- 
mund and Eunice (Luddin) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, Apr. 20, 
1723; married, June 11, 1744, Ruth Moulton. He moved to 
Cheshire, Mass., and died there 1795. 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

238 Samuel,^ b. Aug. 15, 1745; m. May 26, 1763, Catherine Semor. 

239 Ruth, 5 b. Jan. 30, 1749 ; m. Jan. 14, 1770, Aaron Miller. 

240 Betsey,^ b. Mar. 15, 1751 ; m. Feb. 16, 1769, Eleazer Bliss. 

241 Rebecca,^ b. May 10, 1753 ; m. Feb. 21, 1771, Daniel Wood. 
-f-242 Stephen,^ b. June 30, 1755 ; m. Sarah Miller. 

243 Mary,^ b. Sept. 21, 1757. 
3 



34 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

83 

Samuel Ingalls/ {Samuel,^ Henry, ^ Edmicnd^), son of Sam- 
uel and Sarah (Hendrick) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., May 7, 
1683 ; married Mary, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Ayer) 
Watts, born June 27, 1687. He was a blacksmith, moved to 
Haverhill in 1717, was a proprietor of Chester, N. H, and built 
the first frame house there in 1732. He was a captain of the 
militia, selectman and clerk. He died about 1760. 

Children, born Andover and Haverhill : 

244 Elizabeth, 5 b. Sept. 8, 1709; m. French. 

245 Sarah, ^ b. Oct. 27, 1710; m. Snow. 

246 Samuel, 5 b. Sept. 15, 1712 ; d. Oct. 6, 1747; m. Susanna Jose. No 

children. 

247 Mary,^ b. 1714; m. Ephraim Haseltine of Bradford; for children 

see Haseltine Gen. in preparation by Charles F. Haseltine, Esq., 
Philadelphia. 

248 Ruth, 5 b. 1717/8; m. Thomas Wells. 
+249 Timothy,^ b. Apr. 20, 1720; m. 

250 Mehitable,^ b. 1723; d. Apr. 12, 1818; ni. Dr. vSamuel Moores 

of Deerfield. Ch : (i) Peter, b. Dec. 13, 1751 ; (2) David, b. Feb. 
26, 1754; d. 1761 ; (Ty) Elizabeth, b. Dec. 16, 1756; d. 1761 ; (4) 
Samuel, b. July 16, 1759; (5) Timothy, b. Dec. 15, 1763; (6) 
Nathaniel, b. Jan. 6, 1767; (■j)Josiah, b. Jul}' 6, 1770; d.1790. 

251 Abigail,^ b. 1725; d. 1806; m. Stephen Morse of Chester, N. H. 

Ch : (i) SatHuel, b. 1750; m. Sarah Webster, settled Plymouth, 
N. H. ; (2) Abigail, h. 1752; d. n. m. ; (3) Gilbert, h. 1754; m. 
Elizabeth Bell, lived Chester; {\) Johyiathan, b. 1757 ; m. Abiah 
Worth, settled Hebron, N. H. ; (5) Theodore, b. 1759; m. Anna 
Nichols, settled Springfield, N. H. ; (6) Ebenezer b. 1761 ; m. 
Betsey Colcord, lived Kingston, N. H. ; (7) Stephen, b. 1764; m. 
Sarah Parker, lived Hooksett ; (8) Adah, b. 1766; d. n. m. ; (9) 
Isaac, b. 1769; m. Nancy Worthen, lived Chester; (10) Peter, b. 
1774; m. Sarah Brown, lived Poplin. (See Morse Gen. for full 
account of descendants.) 
+252 Nathaniel,^ b. Dec. 12, 1727; m. Abigail Huse. 

85 

Moses Ingalls,'' {Samuel,^ Henry, ^ Edrmind^'), son of Sam- 
uel and Sarah (Hendrick) Ingalls, b. Andover, May 30, 1687 ! 
married, Jan. 23, 1713, Maria, daughter of William and Doro- 
thy (Colby) Hoitt. She was born Amesbury, Nov. 21, 1694. 
He died Andover, Nov. 23, 1751. Son Daniel Adm. Value of 
estate ^410. 

Children, born Andover : 

4-253 Daniel,^ b. 1714; m. Sarah Fletcher. 

254 Ruth,^ b. Dec. 18, 1716; m. Mar. 8, 1748, E;noch, son of Isaac and 

Abigail (Ingalls) Foote. 

255 Son, b. Nov. 9, 1722. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 35 

256 Dorothy,^ b. Oct. 5, 1725 ; in. Mar. 5. 1746, Thomas I5ragg. 

-I-257 Benjamin,^ b. Aug. i, 1728; m. Rebecca Pearsons, Mary White. 

25S Williaui,M3. Apr.7, 1730; d. Mar. 24, 1731. 

259 Anua,'' b. Nov. 12, 1734; m. Feb. 14, 1754, Daniel Foster of Sun- 
cook. 

+260 William,^ b. June 28, 1737 ; m. Susannah Pearsons. 

261 John,^ b. July 9, 1739. 

1149628 

Eldad Ingalls/ (Sah'i/ir/.'^ Hcniy^^ Ed?nund^), .son of Sam- 
uel and Sarah (Hendrick) Ingalls, born Andover, about 1696 ; 
married, Haverhill, Nov. 17, 17 19, Hannah, daughter of Sam- 
uel and Elizabeth (Clement) Watts. She was born Apr. 27, 
1698 ; died June 20, 1738. He bought land at Haverhill in 
1717 ; moved to Chester, N. H., and probably died there about 
1728. 

Children : 

262 Hannah,^ b. Sept. 5, 1720. 

-+-263 John, ^ b. June i, 1723; m. Mary Haseltine, Elizabeth Copp. 

264 Elizabeth, 5 b. Apr. 11, 1727; m. Dec. 6, 1746, Joseph Little of 

Atkinson. Ch : (i) Hannah^ b. Oct. 12, 1747; (2) Edna, b. Jan. 
16, 1749; d. Feb. 3, 1765; (2,) John, b. Aug. 12, 1752; (4) Abiah, 
b. Apr. 3, 1754; d. Mar. 13, 1763; (5) Ruth, b. Oct. 24, 1755; d. 
May 23, 1760; (6) George, b. July 24, 1757; (7) Caleb, b. Mar. 19, 
1759; (8) Sarah, b. May 15, 1763; (9) Eliphalet, b. Dec. 5, 1764. 

265 Abiah, ^ b. Apr. 11, 1727; m. Mark Emerson. Ch : (\) Jesse ; (2) 

Abiah, m. Walter Smith; (3) Elizabeth, m. Thomas Smith ; (4) 
Joseph; (5) Anna; (6) Moses. 

94 

Henry Ingalls, *(//<?n77,'' Ne?iry,'^ Edmund'') son of Henry 
and Abigail (Emery) Ingalls, born Andover, Apr. 2, 1689 ; 
married, July 10, 1718, Hannah Martin. He was a wealthy 
farmer and an influential citizen at Andover, where he died 
Aug. 12, 1749, leaving estate valued at ^2796. This was con- 
sidered a large fortune at that time. 

Children : 

-I-266 Henry, ^ b. Apr. 13, 1719; m. Sarah Putnam 

267 Hannah, 5 b. June 4, 1721 ; m. Dec. 13, 1744, Daniel Putnam of 

Reading. 

268 Judith, " b. June 4, 1721 ; d. Apr. 5, 1805. n. m. 
-I-269 David,'' b. Jan. 3, 1726; m. Priscilla How. 
-I-270 John,^ b. Apr. 25, 1728 ; m. Deborah Stevens. 

271 Rebecca," b. Jan. 15, 1731 ; d. Jan. 24, 1749. 
+272 Isaac,^ b. Sept. 2, 1733 i °i- Rebecca Moore, Mary Osgood. 
273 Sarah, ^ b. Nov. 23, 1738. 



36 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



97 

Francis Ingaixs/ {Henry,^ Henry,'^ Edniimd^) , son of 
Henry and Abigail (Emery) Ingalls, born Andover, Dec. 20, 
1694; married, first, Nov. 19, 1719, Lydia, daughter of James 
and Hannah (Abbott) Ingalls. She died Apr. 29, 1743. Mar- 
ried, second, Lydia Stevens, who made her will in 1787. His 
will was proved Feb. 26, 1759 ; lived and died at Andover. 

Children, born Andover : 

-I-274 Ebenezer,^ b. 1721 ; m. Sarah Kimball, Sarali Curtis. 

275 Isaiah, 5 b. June 6, 1723; d. Mar. 23, 1728/9. 

276 Francis, '^ b. Jan. 27, 1724; d. Apr. 3, 1729. 

277 L^'dia,^ b. Aug. 11, 1727; d. Apr. 18, 1729. 
4-278 Francis,^ b. Jan. 26, 1731 ; m. Eunice Jennings. 

279 Lydia, 5 b. Aug. 13, 1732; m. Dec. 3, 1751, Abijah Hovey of 

Lunenburg. 

280 Susannah, 5 b. June 27, 1734; d. Sept. 3, 1736. 

281 Josiah,^ b. 1735 ; d. Sept. 8, 1736. 

282 Sarah, ^ b. Apr. 5, 1736 ; d. May 31, 1738. 
+283 Abijah, 5 b. 1739; m. Elizabeth Hutchinson. 

284 Jemima, 5 b. July 27, 1740; m. June 29, 1762, Amos Holt. 

285 Josiah,^ b. Sept. 11, 1742; d. Mar. 14, 1745. 

98 

Joseph Ingalls,'' {Henry, ^ Henry, "^ Edmimd^), son of Henry 
and Abigail (Emery) Ingalls, born Andover, Apr. 17, 1697; 
married, Dec. 29, 1720, Phebe, daughter of John Farnum. 
She died Feb. 18, 1760. He died Andover, Dec. 29, 1757. 

Children : 

286 Joseph,^ b. 1721 ; d. Feb. 20, 1721/2. 

287 Joshua,-^ b. Feb. 22, 1722 ; d. Feb. 15, 1728/9. 
-I-288 Joseph, ° b. Aug. 22, 1723; m. Sarah Abbott. 

289 Phebe, ^ b. July 7, 1725 ; m. Nov. 20, 1749, Joshua, son of Euhraim 

and vSarah (Hunt) Abbott, lived Amherst, N. H. Ch : [\) Phebe; 
(2) Joshua ; i^) Haitnah ; (4) Stephen. 

290 Tabitha,* b. Mar. 23, 1727; d. Mar. 13, 172S/9. 
-f29i Joshua,^ b. Aug. 13, 1732; m. Elizabeth Steel. 

292 Tabitha,^ b. Mar. 14, 1735; m. May 14, 1755, Solomon Kittredge. 

293 Stephen^, b. Apr. 23, 1737. A Stephen signed church covenant at 

Abington, Conn., in 1753. 

294 Elizabeth,^ b. Aug. 21, 1739; d. May 13, 1752. 

295 Peter, ^ b. Oct. 28, 1741 ; d. Dec. 10, 1741. 

99 

John Ingalls,'' {John,^ Henry ^- Edrniind^) , son of John and 
Sarah (Russell) Ingalls, born Andover, March 23, 1697 ; mar 
ried Mary Willis. With his brothers, Stephen and Ben- 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 37 

jamiii, joined the First Society at Abington, Conn., in 1750, and 
all signed the church covenant in 1753. He was prominent in 
town and church affairs, and was lieutenant of the militia. 
Died Abington, Apr. 2, 1783. His children probably moved to 
N. Y. state. 

Children : 

310 John.^ 

311 Stephen.'' 

312 Benjamin. 5 

313 Mary,^ b. Nov. 6, 1735 ; m. John Fisk of Pomfret. 

103 

Stephen Ingalls,* {John^^ He^irv,^ Edmimd^), son of John 
and Sarah (Russell) Ingalls, born Andover, July 24, 1710; mar- 
ried, first, Rebecca Grow ; second, Jan. 27, 1763, Mary 
Trescott. He died at Scotland, Conn. 

Children : 

325 Sarah, 5 b. Nov. 7, 1735 ; m. Feb. 6, 1756, James Coplingof Pomfret. 

326 Stephen,^ b. Dec. 13, 1737. The following children of a Rebecca 

Ingalls died at Pomfret: Rebecca, d. Jan 30, 1762; Rhoda, d. 
Oct. 15, 1754; Dorcas, d. Oct. 21, 1764; Mary, d. Oct. 29, 1764; 
Stephen, Jr., d. Nov. 2, 1771 ; another Stephen,Jr.,b. Dec. 10,1771. 

327 Ruth,5 b. Jan. 27, 1739. 

328 Thomas, 5 b. June 9, 1742 ; d. Abington, Jan. 10, 1816 ; m. ist, June 

27, 1777, Sarah Bowen ; she d. Oct. 7, 1777 ; m. 2d, Nov. 8, 1786, 
Ruth Wardsworth. Ch : (328A) Roxy,6b. 1789; d. July 21, 1857. 
(328B) Nancy,« b. 1800; d. Nov. 7, 1847. 
+329 Samuel,^ b. Apr. 22, 1746 ; m. Deborah Meecham. 

106 

Benjamin Ingalls,* {John;^ Henry^^ Edviu7id^)^ son of 
John and Sarah (Russell) Ingalls, born Andover, 1715 ; married 
Mary Stebbins of New L,ondon. She died Apr. 20, 1784. 
He died Oct. 11, 1800. 

Children : 

330 Caleb ,^ his widow moved to R. I. in 1824. Ch : (331) Eliza Ann ; 

(332) Ardelia ; (333) Lucretia ; (334) David; (335) Thomas; 

(336) Daniel. 
-1-337 Daniel. 5 
338 Benjamin.^ 

110 

Ephraim Ingalls,'* {Siephen^^ Henry,'- Edmund^), son of 
Stephen and Dinah (Elson) Ingalls, born Salem, Mass., Sept. 
ID, 1698; married. Mar. 9, 1726, Hannah, daughter of Joseph 



38 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

and Hannah (Beckett) Manning. She was born 1707. Adm. 
of estate May 5, 1766. Inventory ^603. He lived and died at 
Salem. 

Children : 

340 Hannah.^ b. Mar. 7,1728 ; m. May 20, 1750, Joseph Moter (Motey?). 

341 Mary ,5 b. 1730; d. y. 

342 Stephen, 5 b. Mar. 26, 1732 ; m. Rebecca . Ch : (343) Rebecca,^ 

b. Jan. 6, 1765. (343) Abner,*' b. Oct. 13, 1767. (344) Esther, ^ b. 
Oct. 20, 1769. 

350 Margaret, ^b. Mar. 23, 1735; m. Nov. 11, 1760, Joseph Scott. 

351 Mary,° b. Jan. 28, 1737 ; d. Sept. 24, 1805 ; m. Ma}' 15, 1760, Daniel 

Bray. 
-(-352 Ephraim,^ b. Apr. 19, 1740; m. Elizabeth Randall. 

353 Sarah, 5 b. May 6, 1742 ; m. Nov. 25, 1764, Nathan Brown. 



113 

James Ingalls,* {James,^ He7iry,- Edmund^) son of James 
and Hannah (Abbott) Ingalls, born Andover, Aug. 9, 1695 ; 
married, Nov. 5, 17 19, Mary Steyens of Andover. She died 
Abington, Conn., Mar. 9, 1773, age 82. He was a tavern 
keeper at Pomfret, Conn., where he died Mar. 6, 1767. 

Children, born Andover : 

"("354 James, 5 b. Aug. 3, 1720; m. Mary Frye. 

355 Deborah, 5 b. Apr. 29, 1722; d. Apr. 17, 1753; m. 1751, Benjamin 

Sharpe. 

356 Ephraim,^ b. Nov. 26, 1723 ; d. Jan. 19, 1725. 
+"357 Ephraim,^ b. Nov. 6, 1725 ; m. Mary Sharpe. 

358 Mary,^ b. Sept. 7, 1727 ; d. Mar. 30, 1750 ; m. Dec. 4, 1744, Ebenezer 
Abbott. 
-I-359 Zebediah,^ b. Nov. 3, 1729; m. Esther Goodell. 

360 A daughter,^ b. Oct. 18, 1731. 

361 Simeon,^ b. Jan. 12, 1736 ; d. Apr. 4, 1753. 



127 

JosiAH Ingalls,* {Josiah,^ Henry, '^ Edmund'^) son of Josiah 
and Esther (Frye) Ingalls, born Andover, Aug. 4, 1719; mar- 
ried, Mar. 19, 1743, Eunice Flint of Reading. He moved to 
Rindge, N. H. in 1764, took a prominent part in the settlement 
of that town and held man}- of the important offices. He built 
the first mill and w^as a deacon of the church. He died about 
1775. She died Jaffrey, 1811. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 39 

Children, born Andover : 

-I-362 Ebenezer,^ b. Nov. 7, 1745; m. Mercy. 

-f-363 Josiah,^ b. Oct 31, 1747 ; m. Sarah Bowers. 

4-564 Simeon,^ b. -\ug. 24, 1749; m. Mary. 

-f-365 Nathaniel,^ b. Sept. 19, 1751 ; m. Tabitha Huut, Sarah Hale. 

4-366 Jonathan,^ b. Dec. 4, 1753; m. Deborah Sherwin, Zipporah Barker. 

-(-367 Caleb, ° b. Feb. 22, 1756; m. Mary Chatsey. 

-f-368 Amos," b. abt. 1760; tn. Mary Holden. 



128 

Samuel Ingalls,* {Joseph,^ Samuel,- Edjnund^) son of 
Joseph and Sarah (Thompson) Ingalls, born Ipswich, Mass., 
about 1703 ; married, 1723, S.\rah Fellows of Ipswich. He 
was a proprietor of Buxton, Me., and probably moved to that 
vdcinity. 

Children, born Ipswich : 

369 Hannah,°b. Jan. 2, 1724/5. 

370 Samuel,^ b. July, 1726 ; d. y. 

371 Ruth.^b. July 5, 1727. 

372 Elizabeth,^ b. May 11, 1729; m. Aaron Robbins. 

373 Susannah,^ b. Sept. 5, 1731. 

374 Samuel, ° b. May 6, 1733 ; d. y. 

375 Jonathan,^ bapt. Jan. 11, 1734. A Jonathan, age 64, and wife Caro- 

line, 56, were living at Otisfield in 1880. 

376 Abigail,^ bapt. Apr. 3, 1737. 

131 

John Ingalls,'' {Joseph,^ Saf?ucel^' Edmund^) son of Joseph 
and Sarah (Thompson) Ingalls, born 1713; m. Hannah 
( ). He moved to Dunstable, Mass., and probably died 

there. 

Children, born Ipswich : 

378 Joseph,® b. Jan. 8, 1743/4. He was in Capt. Gideon Foster's Com- 
pany and signed pay roll at Cambridge, July 5, 1775 ; also signed 
for 3 mos. service at Chelmsford, Apr. i. 1776; also enlisted at 
Springlield, July, 1780, tore-enforce the Continental Army; is 
described as 5ft. 8iu. and light complexion. 
+ 379 John,® b. Mar. 9, 1745/6; m. liuldah , Abigail French. 

380 Hannah,® b. Nov. 20, 1748. 

381 Ruth,®b. Feb. 3, 1750/1. 

-I-382 Nathaniel,® b. Oct. 12, 1755; m. Lucy. 

A Ruth Ingall.-i in. Aug. 20, 1790, Isaac I^ai kin. Ch : (i) Abigail, b. June 20, 1799; m. 
1817, Abel Adams ; (2) John S., b. Feb. 12, 1801 ; (3) Joseph J., b. Nov. 20, 1S03 ; (4) Thomas 
M., b. June 17, 1S06 ; (5) Israel J., b.Oct. 29. 1S08 ; d. 1S7S ; ra. Sarah Carter. li%ed at Bolton. 
A Ruth was living in Amos Tapley's family at Charlestown, 179S. A I.ucy Ingalls m,. 
Apr. 22, 1792, Gershom Williams, Jr., of Medford. 



40 IXGALLS GENEALOGY. 



jfittb Generation. 
133 

James iMiALi.s," {James,* Robert,^ Robert,- Edmund^), son of 
James and Anna (Parker) Ingalls, born Boston, about 1705; 
married, 1733, Joanna, daughter of John and Joanna (Brigden) 
Call. She was baptized Mar. 8, 1 713/4. He died at Charles- 
town previous to 1755 and his widow moved to Reading about 
1775. In the division of the estate of James Ingalls of Boston 
is mentioned, Joanna, wife of James Grout ; Jane, widow of 
John vSmith ; Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin Bream ; and Joseph 
Prout, guardian of the three children of son James deceased. 

Children, born Boston : 

400 Joanna/' bapt. Aug. 31, 1735 ; d. y. 

401 Joanna,*"' bapt. Feb. 8, 1736 ; m. 1778, Samuel Edes of Boston. 

402 James,*' bapt. Mar. 25, 1739 ; in. Oct. 12, 1769, Abigail, daughter of 

Joshua and Mary (Smith) Scottow. She b. Sept. 17, 1740. Cli. 
bapt. at the New North Church. A James Ingalls was in Cap- 
tain Hatch's Co. guarding the stores in and about Boston, May, 
1777. (403) James,' bapt. Dec. 31, 1769. (404) Abigail," bapt. 
Aug. 4, 1 771. (405) Robert," bapt. Dec. 5, 1773, and two others. 



134 

Samuel Ingalls,'^ {Samuel,* Samuel,^ Robert,'^ Edmtind'^), son 
of Samuel and Sarah (Ingalls) Ingalls, born Lynn, 1720, mar- 
ried LvDiA Lewis. He lived at Lynn and died there 1794. 

Children, born Lynn : 

-f-4o8 James,'' b. 1762; m. Abigail Wendall. 

4-409 David," b. ; m. Elizabeth Lewis. 

410 Edmund," b. ; m. Apr. 27, 1789, Margaret Friend of Salem. 

411 Hepzibah,«b. ; m. Edward Ireson. 

412 Lydia," b. ; m. Henry Richards. 

413 Ruth." b. ; d. ; n. m. 

414 Sarah," b. ; m. Ephraim Brown. 

415 Hannah," b. ; m. Nov. 29, 1788, James Parrott ; he d. Jan. 31, 

1816. Ch : (\] James, b. Sept. 22, 1789 ; (2) Sarah, b. Jan. 16, 1792 ; 
(3) Hannah, b. Oct. 10, 1794; (4) Nathaniel b. Sept. 6, 1798; (5) 
Willard, b. Apr. 4, 1801 ; (6) Hannah, b. Mar. 3, 1803; (7) Eliza- 
beth, b. Oct. 23, 1804; (8) Verannus, b. Nov. 11, 1806; (9) Ben- 
jamin, b. Sept. 2, 1809. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 41 

140 

Nathaniel Ingalls,^ {Nathaniel,"^ Nathaniel,^ Robert;^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Nathaniel and Tabitha (Lewis) Ingalls, born 
Lynn, 1730; married Mercy Pratt. He lived at Lynn and 
died about 1806 ; his son John was Adm., taking all the estate 
and paying sister Mercy in money. 

Children, born Lynn : 

416 Nathaniel,*^ b. ; d. previous to 1806. 

+417 John,** 

418 Mercy ,6 b. ; m. Micajah Burrill. They had [i) John B. h. 

May 20, 1820; m. Hannah, daughter of Nathan and Martha 
(Brown) Mudge. 

143 

Thomas Ingalls,^ {Nathaniel,'' Nathaniel,^ Robert ^-Edmu7id^), 
son of Nathaniel and Tabitha (Lewis) Ingalls, born Lynn, Feb. 
27, 1737/8. He moved to Salem and was a shipwright. He 
died at Salem sometime after 1798, Married Elizabeth ( ). 

Children, born Salem : 

419 DanieL® b. 

-)-420 James,^ b. Apr. 2, 1766; m. Sally Tewksbury. 

421 Hannah, 6 b. ; m. Israel Smith. 

422 Abigail,'* b. ; m. May 5, 1814, John Berkley. 

423 Mary,** ; d. n. m., age 93. 

424 Lydia,** b. ; m. July 19, 1808, John Taylor of Salem. Ch : 

Mary Ann, b. Oct 13, 1810; d. Sept. 22, 1901 ; m. H. A. Osgood, 
d. Jan. 25, 1888; (2) Olive, b. 1813 ; d. y.; [3) John Ingalls, b. 
May 21, 1816 ; d. Haverhill, Mar. 31, 1890; m. May 21, 1842, 
Abigail Russell Hapgood, d. Mar. 8, 1888. Ch: (I) Mary Ewza- 
BETH, b. Jan. 15, 1843; ^■^- ^.ug. 16, 1866, R. L. Spear, d. 
Haverhill, June 12, 1892; she res. Roslindale, Mass. Ch : (A) 
Nettie Ella, b. June 16, 1867; m. June 16, 1891, Elmer E. Ran- 
dall. Ch: (a) Ellsworth (Randall), b. May 20, 1895. (II) 
Charles Henry, b. July 14, 1846 ; m. Feb. 7, 1866, Georgiana 
O. Davis. Colonel Taylor is widely known as the owner of the 
Boston' Globe, a paper having the largest circulation of any 
in New England. Ch : (A) Charles Henry, b. Oct. 2, 1867; m. 
Dec. 2, 1890, Marguerite Falcke, have (a) Doris, b. Oct. 25, 1893 ; 
(b) Charles Henry, 3rd, b. Nov. 19, 1896. (B) William Osgood, 
b. Jan. 8, 1870; m. Mar. 28, 1894, May Moseley. Ch : (a) Mose- 
ley, b. Jan. 30, 1895; (b) Eunice, b. Dec. 20, 1897; (c) Margaret, 
b. Sept. 3, 1900; (C) Elizabeth, b. Apr. 30, 1873; m. May 14, 
1898, Horace D. Pillsbury of San Francisco. Ch : (a) Olivia 
(Pillsbury), b. Mar. 27, 1899; (D) John Irving, b. Jan. 14, 1875 ; 
m. Nov. 12, 1895, Helen Burney of Brooklyn, N. Y. Ch : (a) 
Madeleine, b. Aug. 16, 1900; (E) Grace Lincoln, b. May 30, 1876; 
(III) George William, b. Feb. 4, 1850; d. Mar. 10, 1868; (IV) 
Nathaniel Hapgood, b. Mar. 4, 1854; m. Apr. 12, 1881, Annie 
Brooks of Augusta, Me. Ch. born Boston : (A) Ralph, b. Feb. 3, 



42 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1S82; (B) Brooks, b. July 29, 1885: (C) Natalie, b. Oct. 20, 1890; 
(D) Howard, b. Apr. i. 18S8; d. July, 1888; (E) Richard Taylor, 
b. Feb. 15, 1898; (VII) John IxGALLS, b. Sept. 3, 1859; d.'Dec. 
18, 1867; (V — VI) Abbie Mari.\, d. y., Addie Francis, b. Sept. 
4, 1855; in. May i, 1878, John Bemis Wright of Charlestown. 
Ch : (A) Robert Lvman, b. Mar. 17, 1880; (B) Addie Frances 
(Wright), b. May 20, 1881 ; (C) Jennie (Wright), b. 1883; d. y.; 
(D) John (Wright), b. 1885; d. y.; (E) Walter Scott (Wright), b. 
Jan. 14, 1888; (F) Marion (Wright), b. Dec. 23, 1894. 

145 

John l^oxi^i^S,^ {Joseph,'^ Nathajiiel,^ Robert,^ Edmund^), son 
of Joseph and Rebecca (Collins) Ingalls, born L,ynn, 1727 ; mar- 
ried, Nov. 28, 1754, Abigail Stocker. He died at Lynn, 
1772. 

Children, born Lynn : 

425 Lydia,^ b. May 22, 1756; m. 1773, Enoch Mudge. 

426 Abigail,^ b. ; m. Hood. 

+427 John,^ b. Sept. 14, 1761; m. Martha Blaney. 
428 Benjamin,*' b. 1762; m. July 5, 1783; d. 1786. Had Ch. (429) The- 
ophilus," b. 1784; d. 1802. 
-)-430 Abner,^ b. 1763; m. Abigail F'uller. 

431 Elizabeth,'' b. ; m. Jonathan Blaney. 

148 

ElEAzer Collins Ingalls,^ {Joseph,'' Nathaniel,^ Robert^ 
Ednuind^), son of Joseph and Rebecca (Collins) Ingalls, born 
Lynn, 173 1 ; married Elizabeth ( ). He was a ship- 

wright at L)^nn, marched Apr. 19, 1775, on the alarm, and 
served two days. He died at Lynn, 1801. 

Children, born Lj'nn. 

432 Lydia,6 5 

+433 Edmund,^ b. 1763; m. Huldah Bachelder. 

434 Eleazer,^ b. 1771 ; m. Abigail Haskell and lived at Lynn. Ch : 

(435) Eleazer," d. n. m.; (436) George W.", b. Oct. 1824; d. Apr., 

1895 ; m. Susan Questrom, lived at vSwampscott and Lynn. 

Ch : (436A) George A.^ res. Lynn ; (436B) Mary Abbic^b. Aug. 

19,1848; m. Brackett of Lvnn. Ch : {\) Arthur F.,\i.\vL^. 

I, 1874; (2) Roy V. b. Aug. 17, 1882. (436C) Charles A.^, b. Aug. 

1852, res. Lynn; (436D) William A.^, b. Mar. 5, 1855; m. Nov. 

26, 1879, Anna Maria, daughter of William B. and Hannah B. 

(Donaldson) Bessom, b. Marblehead, Oct. 12, 1856. He is a shoe 

manufacturer at Lynn. Ch : (436E) Alfred Wesley,^ b. July 6, 

1882 ; (436F) Herbert Elliott.^b. Apr. 9, 1892. (437) Elizabeth A ". 
438 Elizabeth,'' b. ; m. Blaney. 

+439 Collins,^ b. 1772; m. Mary Hickman. 

440 Hepzibah,^ b. ; m. Parrott. 

441 Anna,^ b. ; m. Le\\-is. 

442 John,^ b. 1776. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 43 

150 

William Ingall.s," ( William,^ Nathaniel ^^ Robert^' Hdniund^) 
son of William and Zeruiah (Norwood) lugalls, born Halifax, 
N. S., about 1732. He was a shipwright and worked in the 
king's navy. There was a tradition in the family that he mar- 
ried Deborah Goss of Marblehead, Mass., but this is very doubt- 
ful. He went to Pubnico, N. S., thence to Sullivan, Me. 

Children : 

443 Mary,'' b. 1755; d. Nov. i, 1844; m. Benjamin Welch. Ch : 

(i) IVi/liam, (Welch), m. Louisa Sargent and had (I) William, 
m. 1st, Adaline Fitzgerald, 2d, Eliza Hooper, had seven 
children. (II) Mary, m. James Doyle, had one child. 

(2) Mary (Welch), m. 1798, Paul Urann of Sullivan, had (I) Sam- 

uel (tfrann), m. ist, Abigail Wooster, 2d, Mahala Preble 
and had six children. 

(3) Lydia, (Welch), m. Jotham Bragdon of Sullivan. Ch : (I) 

EbenezER W^ (Bragdon), m. Elizabeth Frisbee ; was a 
shipmaster at Trenton, Me., and had ten children. (II) 
Jotham (Bragdon), m. Julia A. Austin, d. Jersey City, N.J., 
and had two children. (Ill) Mary (Bragdou), d. y. (IV) 
Henry (Bragdon), m. Fox, lived Canajoharie, N. Y., 

and had four children. (V) Oliver Preble (Bragdon), m. 
Lydia J. Arey, had five children. 

(4) Betsey, (Welch), d. n. m. 

(5) Benjamin (Welch), m. Sybil Yeaton, lived at Sullivan. Ch : 

(I) Eben (Welch), d. in the war ; (II) Byron (Welch), d.n.m. 

(6) David (Welch), m. Sarah Beane. Ch : (I) Mary Lucretia 

(Welch), m. Enoch H. Lynam of Sullivan. (II) Judson 
(Welch), in. Mary A. Coggins, had two children. 
4-444 William,'' b. Sept. 14, 1763 ; m. Olive Preble, Elizabeth Stevens. 

445 Hannah,'' b. ; d. ; n. m. 

446 Lydia,'' b. June 28, 1765; d. Apr. 12, 1827; m. John Preble, b. 

York, Me.; d. Sullivan previous to 1820. He was a sea captain 

and was captured by a British privateer in 1813 and his vessel 

burned. Ch : 

(i) Lydia, (Preble), m. 1819, John Bragdon of Sullivan. Ch : (I) 

John T. (Bragdon), m. Julia Pomeroy of Hampden, had 

four children. (II) Maria (Bragdon). (Ill) Joseph W. 

(Bragdon), lost at sea ; n. m. (IV) Matilda (Bragdon), m. 

John B. Wooster of Hancock, had five children. (V) Nancy 

(Bragdon), n. m. (VI) Mary (Bragdon), m. John Haynes of 

Rumney, N. H. 

(2) Zoa, (Preble), m. 1810, Mark Shepard of Ellsworth': Ch : (I) 

Caroline (Shepard), m. Cristopher Chase of Ellsworth, 
had seven children. (II) Mark (Shepard), d. St.-Louis; 
m. Eliza T. Ingalls, had six children. (Ill) Louisa D. 
(Shepard), m. Solomon Jordan of tUls worth, had eight 
children. (IV) Ann (Shepard), m. Heman Cousins of 
Trenton, Me., had eleven children. (V) Sarah (Shepard), 
d.n.m. (VI) John (Shepard), m. Jane Copeland, lived San 
Francisco, had three children. (VII) Lydia (Shepard), m. 
1st, Hadley, 2d, Dean Dority of Blue Hill, had seven 

children. 

(3) Deborah, (Preble), d. y. 



44 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(4) John, (Preble), m. Nancy Bancroft, was a shipmaster and lost 

at sea, Aug. 1830. 

(5) Nathaniel , (Preble), m. Hannali Bacon, was a shipmaster ; d. 

Sullivan. 

(6) //■^«;>, (Preble), m. 1831, Drusilla Green of Surry. Ch : (I) 

Henrietta (Preble), m. John P. White of Ubana, 111. 

(7) Charles (Preble), m. ist, Nancy Preble, 2d, Abigail Scammons. 

Ch : (I) John (Preble), d. y. (II) Edward (Preble), m. ist. 
Mary Graham, 2d, Sarah Hutchins. He lives at East Bos- 
ton, Mass. (Ill) EsTELLA (Preble), m. Phineas Whiting of 
Waltham, Mass. (IV) Charles (Preble), n. m. (V) Na- 
thaniel W. (Preble), m. Mary ^Montgomery, lives at East 
Boston. 

(8) Rhoda (Preble), m. William Cook of Springfield, Me. 

(9) Sarah (Preble), d. 1885 ; n. m. 

447 David,^ b. A young man lost at sea. 

-f-448 Samuel,*' b. 1767; m. Abigail Wooster. 
-|-449 John,^ b. May 16, 1771 ; m. Rebecca Newton, Sarah Cheney. 



151 

Jonathan Norwood Ingalls,^ {William,'^ Nathaniel,^ Rob- 
ert ^^ Edmund'^), son of William and Zeruiah (Norwood) In- 
galls, born Newbury port, Mass., 1734; married, Hannah Joy, 
widow of Joseph Hilton of Madbury, N. H. She was born 
1735. He may have had a first wife, for at Newburyport a 
John N. Ingalls married Eliza Strouthers. He died at Sheffield, 
Vt., Dec. 24, 1829. She died Feb. 11, 1825. 

Children, born Madbury: 

-+-450 John Norwood,^ b. 1769; m. Ann P. Newman. 
-i-451 Joseph Hilton,^ b. May 24, 1775; m. Comfort Weeks. 
452 A Daughter,^ b. 

155 

Amos Ingalls,^ {Henry,* NatJia}iie/,^ Robert,- Edmund'^), son 
of Henry and Sarah (Richards) Ingalls, born Ljnn, 1739 ; mar- 
ried, Mar. 31, 1768, Mary, daughter of Jacob and Mary 
(Tucker) Ingalls. His will was made in 181 1, and he died at 
I,ynn, Oct. 20, 1819. 

Children, born Lynn: 

+453 Henry ,^ b. ; m. Susanna Brown. 

454 Abigail,® b. ; m. John Watts, had son William. 

455 Mary,'' b. ; m. August 23, 1789, James Bickford. Ch: (i) 

James, b. Jan. 20, 1790; (2) Jacob, b. Aug. 21, 1791 ; (3) Adonitam, 
b. Oct. 13, 1794. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 45 

163 

Jacob Ingalls,^ {Jacob,'' Nathaniel,^ Robert ^^ Edmund^), son 
of Jacob and Mary (Tucker) Ingalls, born Lynn, July i, 1747 ; 
married, June 4, 1772, Martha lyEwis. He was a shoemaker 
at Lynn and, as was the custom, carried his shoes to Boston on 
foot and sold them. He died Jan. 19, 1823. 

Children, born Lymi : 

456 Martha.e b. Mar. 2, 1775; m. Nov. 18, 1794, John Daggett Attwill, 

b. May 7, 1771. Ch : (i) Pattv. b. Nov. 20, 1797; (2) Nelson 
Reed, b. Sept. 1, 1799; (3) John Daggett, b. May i, 1800; (4) 
Mary, b. Apr. 25, 1802 ; (5) Betsey, b. Feb. 4, 1804 ; (6) Alford, b. 
Jan. 29, 1806 ; (7) Gustavus, b. May 22, 1808 ; (8) Edwin, b. Aug. 7, 
1810; (9) Richard Ingalls, b. July 17, 1812 ; d. Boston, 1902. He 
made an effort to collect the records of the Ingalls family, but 
on account of illness was obliged to tiirn his notes over to the 
compiler of this work. (10) William Augustus, b. Mar. 22, 1814; 
d. 1827; (11) Joseph IVatren, b. July 2, 1817; (12) Benjamin 
Franklin, b. July 2, 1817. 

457 Mary,« b. Sept. 29, 1777; m. Joseph Mansfield; had three sons 

who moved to Windsor, Vt. 
+458 Richard, 8 b. Mar. 2, 1781 ; m. Sarah Clarke. 
+459 Jacob.fi b. May 23, 1786; m. Rebecca Browm. 
460 John,^ b. Aug. 29, 1790; m. Nancy Collins. He d. 1848. Ch : 

(461) John Augustus'; (462) Elizabeth," m. Parker. 

171 

Eleazer IngalLvS,^ {Eleazer,^ Eleazcr,^ Robert,- Edmund'^), 
son of Eleazer and Sarah (Glasey) Ingalls, baptized Marblehead, 
Dec. 16, 1722; married, Jan. 12, 1740, Sarah Diamond. He 
w^as a mariner at Marblehead, and widow Sarah appointed 
Adm. Feb. 7, 1776. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

475 Eleazer, '^ bapt. June 7, 1741 ; m. Sarah ; bapt. at Marblehead. 

(476) Eleazer," b. July 22, 1764; (477) Mary,' b. July 15, 1775. 

478 Mary ,6 bapt. Oct. 31, 1742; prob. m. Oct. 18, 1763, William 

Blackler. 

479 Elizabeth, 6 bapt. Apr. 21, 1743; prob. m. May 7, 1765, William 

Yickery. 

180 

John Ingalls,^ {John,'' Eleazer,^ Robert,^ Edmund^), son of 
John and Sarah ( ) Ingalls, baptized Marblehead, Oct. 

4, 1724; married. May 23, 1750, Mary Merritt. Probably 
married, second, May 20, 1756, Mary Boardman. 



4H INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

490 Jane* l)apt. Apr. 14, IJS' ! "i- J^"- '2. '768, Andrew Chapman. 

-)-49i Samuel.'' bapt. July 13, 1763; ^- vSarah Penn. 

492 Margaret.'' bapt. Aug. 25, 1765. 

493 Hannah,'' bajJt. Feb. 28, 1768. 

494 \Villiam,« bapt. Sept. 23, 1770; d. Marblehead, Sept. 10, 1801 ; m. 

1794. Margaret Prentiss. Ch : (495) Mary," m. John C. HiUyer. 
Ch: Ruth and Marv. (496) Ruth Freeman." b. July 1797; d. y. 
(497) Ruth Freeman," b. May 19, 1799; killed by accident, age 21. 
498 Sarah," bapt. Dec. 6, 1772; prob. m. vSept. 18, 1796, Archibald 
Huten. 
-1-499 Jo.seph,« bapt. Mar. 16, 1779; m. Margaret Prentiss. 

500 Mary," bapt. .\pr. 5, 1757. 

501 John,' bapt. July 23, 1759. 

193 

John Ingalls,*^ ( Willia7?i* Eleazer,^ Robert,'^ Edmund'^), son 
of William and Mary (Lane) Ingalls, baptized Marblehead, 
Ma.ss., Apr. 2, 1732; married, Feb. 15, 1753, Elizabeth Ash- 
ton. He was a sailmaker at Marblehead, and died 1772. 
Widow Sarah appointed Adni. June i, 1772. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

502 Elizabeth,'' bapt. Mar. 23, 1755; prob. m. July 15, 1772, William 

C.irtis. 
-f-503 Williani,*^ bapt. Apr. 17, 1757; m. Sarah Hines. 
4-504 John," bapt. Aug. 5, 1759; m. Elizabeth Brown. 
-f-505 Tliomas,'M). July 16, 1762; m. Mary Bassett. 



203 

Ikxry l-sGWj.s,^ {Eboiezer* Edviiind,^ Joh)i^' Edniujid^), son 
of Hbenezcr and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Ingalls, born Cumberland, 
R. I., Oct. 12, 1738; married, Rehoboth, Mass., Dec. 31, 1761, 
Sybil Carpenter. He moved from Rehoboth to Richmond, 
N. H., and is said to have died in Otsego Co., N. Y., age 73. 

Children : 

506 Elizabeth,' b. 1762 ; m. James Cook. 

507 Mehital)le," b. 1764; m. James Ballou, Jr., moved to Richmond, 

N. H. Ch : (\) James; (2) Henry, lived at Zanesville, O.; (3) 
Mehitable, m. Abram Ingalls; (4) Rii/iis, d. y.; (5) Eliza, b. Sept. 
21, 1801; m. Abram Garfield; they moved from Worcester, 
Otsego Co., N. v., to Orange, O. Ch. : (I) Mehitabi.e. (II) 
Thomas, b. 1824. (Ill) M.vrv. (IV) James Abram, b. Nov. 19, 
1831 ; d. Sept. 19, 1881 ; was Congressman and became President 
of the U. S. 

508 Ruth,«b. 1767; m. Benjamin Ellis. 

509 Rufus,*"' b. 1769. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 47 



■510 


Ebenezer,6 ^^ iy-,j ; m, Mary Mann 


511 


Sybil,'' b. 1774. 


512 


Lucy,*' b. 1777. 


513 


Alpha,«b. 1780. 


514 


Henrv,^ b. 1783 ; d. v. 


515 


Sebra> b. 1785. 



206 

Ebenezer Ingalls,^ {Ebenezer,^ Ed?n7C7id,^ Jolui," Edmund ^) , 
son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Wheeler) Ingalls, born Reho- 
both, Mass., June 30, 1744; married, Jan. 11, 1765, Rachel, 
daughter of Dr. John and granddaughter of James, Jr., and 
Rachel (West) Wheeler. She died Jan. 11, 1802. Married, 
second, . He moved to Brookfield, Madison Co., N. Y., 

about 1775. 

Children by Rachel Wheeler : 

516 Elizabeth,6b. Oct. 21, 1766. 

517 Freelove,^ b. 1767. 

518 Nancy, ^ b. July 3, 1772 ; m. Abraham Grain. 

-I-519 John Wheeler, 8 b. July 5, 1774, m. Rachel Watterman. 
-)-520 James, ^ b. Dec. 14, 1775; m. Mercy Taft. 

Children by second wife : 

521 Ebenezer,^ lived Seneca Co., N. Y., left no descendants. 

522 Henry.'' 

523 Charlotte," b. ; m. Long. Ch : (i) HeJtry ; (2) Reuben; 

(3) Susanna. 

213 

Edmund Ingalls,^ [Edmund,'^ Ednucnd,^ John,' Edmicjid^) , 
son of Edmund and Deborah (Esterbrook) Ingalls, born Reho- 
both. Mar. 18, 1739/40; married, Nov. 1760, Esther Salls- 
BURY. He moved to Washington Co., N. Y., about 1785, and 
died Sept. 18, 1826. 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

+534 Edmund," b. Aug. 7, 1761 ; m. Mary Stockwell. 
+535 John," b. Aug. 6, 1763 ; m. Olive Hicks. 

536 Sarah," b. June 21, 1765 ; d. Winchester, N. H., 1832 ; m. Taft. 

No ch. 

537 Esther," b. Apr. 23, 1767 ; m. Merrill Dandley of Henderson, N.Y. 
+538 Caleb Bowen," b. June 5, 1769 ; m. Hannah Taft. 

539 Benjamin," b. Aug. 18, 1771 ; m. ist, Margerj' Cass, 2d, Sally 

Thomas. He died Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., N. Y. 

540 Deborah," b. Dec. 9, 1776; m. Bowles. 
+541 Otis," b. June 21, 1779 ; m. Eunice Thompson. 

542 Betsey," b. May 15, 1781 ; d. Jan. 19, 1849 ; m. Isaac Kinney of 
Truxton, N. Y. 
-I-543 Zimri,"b. Mar. 21, 1784; m. Parma Howe. 



48 INGAIXS GENEALOGY. 

217 

Hkzkkiah In'(;alls," {Joseph,'^ Edmund ^^ John, ^ Edmund^), 
son of Joseph and Cordellay A. (Bullock) Ingalls, born Reho- 
botli, Oct. 30. 1741 ; married Catherine ( ). He was a 

revolutionary soldier from Rehoboth, scr\nng as private in Capt. 
Stephen Bullock's company and corporal in Capt. James 
Hill's company. He probably moved to N. Y. state after the 
Revolution. 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

555 Ruth,« b. Sept. 30, 1774. 

556 Mary,* b. July 22, 1776. 

557 Hannah," b. Apr. 16, 1778. 

558 John,** b. May 22, 1780. A John died Rehoboth, Apr. 25, 1853, 

age 73- 

559 Elouathan," b. Oct. 3, 1781. 

560 Betsey, « b. Feb. 26, 1783. 

218 

Joseph Ingalls,* {Joseph,^ Edmtind,^ John,'^ Edvmnd^), son 
of Joseph and Cordellay A. (Bullock) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, 
June 8, 1744, married Robv Norton. She was born Feb. 5, 
1746. He was a revolutionary soldier from Rehoboth, Capt. 
Samuel Bliss' company 1775, Capt. William North's company 
1777 to 1779. and in several other companies up to 1780. His 
diary says, "left Rehoboth, Oct. 8, 1791." Settled at Norton 
Hill, fireene Co., N. Y., where he died Mar. 2, 1813. 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

-1-561 Jacob,'"' b. June 27, 1764 ; m. Susannah Goff. 

-I-562 James,''' b. Oct. 14, 1765 ; m. Isabel Daggett. 

563 Amaziah.*^ 

564 Davis," settled on Erie Canal, Orleans Co., N. Y. 
+565 Joseph," b. Apr. 25, 1782 ; m. Mary Badau. 

219 

Ei.KANAH Ingalls,^ {Joseph,' Edmund^ John,'' Ednmnd^), 
son of Joseph and Cordellay A. (Bullock) Ingalls, born Rehoboth. 
Feb. 26, 1745/6; married Rebecca Pierce. He was a Bap- 
tist clergyman at Grafton, Mass., in 1784; returned to Reho- 
both and is said to have embraced the ITniversalist faith. He 
died at Rehoboth or Swansey. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 49 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

566 Lydia,^ b. Nov. 11, 1766. 

+567 Elkanah,^ b. Nov. 30, 1767; m. Meliitable Bliss, Hauuah King, 
Polly Haskell. 

568 Mary,*^ b. Sept., 1769. 

569 Eunice,'' b. Apr. 26, 1771. 

570 Deirece,^ b. Feb. 21, 1773. 

571 Philip Wheeler,*' b. Dec. 19, 1774; m. Elizabeth, daughter of 

Ebenezer Blake of Bristol, R. I. He moved to Rutland, Mass., 
then to N. Y. state. Ch. born at Swansea: (572) Elizabeth,^ b. 
Junei,i8oi; (573) Mary,'' b. June 5, 1803 ; (574) Simeon,' b. June, 
1805; (575) Louisa," b. Oct. 6, 1810. 

576 Simeon," b. Nov. 16, 1779. 

577 Lovell,'' b. Feb. 6, 1782 ; m. Apr. 10, 1810, Sally Bowker of Rut- 

land. They moved to N. Y. state and had a son Lovell, who 
was a noted missionary to Burmah. 

579 Samuel Grafton,^ b. Feb. 6, 1784. 

580 Elizabeth," b. July 6, 1788. 

223 

Edmund Ingalls,^ {Joseph,'^ Edmujid,^ John^~ Edmund^'), son 
of Joseph and Cordellay A. (Bullock) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, 
Aug. 5, 1754; married, Sept. 24, 1777, Lydia Rowland. He 
was a revolutionary soldier in Capt. Samuel Bliss' company 
from Rehoboth 1775. Moved to New York state. 

Children, born Rehoboth : 

4-581 Ro_val,« b. Dec. 30, 1778; m. Rhobe Hills. 

582 Lydia," b. June 26, 1780 ; d. y. 

4-583 Benjamin," b. Apr. 18, 1783. 

584 Sarah," b. Nov. 22, 1789. 

585 Nancy," b. Aug. 9, 1790. 

586 Lydia," b. Mar. 18, 1791. 

227 

LuDDEN Ingalls,^ {Joseph* Edmtind,^ Jolm,'^ Edmufid'^), son 
of Joseph and Cordellay A. (Bullock) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, 
Feb. 8, 1765 ; married, Sept. 21, 1788, Sarah Anthony. He 
was a cooper, making what was called " patent work " such as 
pails, tubs and dowels. He lived in Otsego Co., N. Y., moving 
as required to find suitable wood. 

Children : 

587 John," was a cooper, had ch : (588) Sarah Jane "; (589) John"; (590) 

a son ". 
591 Chancellor," m. Eunice Whitfield. He moved in 1S44 to Wind- 
ham, Bradford Co., Pa., 1850 to Du Page Co., 111., and later to 
Central, 111. Ch : (592) Homer"; (593) Sarah '; (594) Elizabeth "; 
(595) German "; (596) Minerva ". 
4 



50 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

597 Blizabeth,* b. ; ra. Abner Fowler. 

598 Sarah,«b. ; m. Jones. 

4-599 James," b. May 23, 1798; in. Betsey Starkweather. 
600 rarmelia,® m. late in life and moved to Baraboo, Wis. 

242 

Stephen Ingalls,^ {Samiicl,* Ed77i2ind,^ John," Edmund^), 
.son of Samuel and Ruth (Moulton) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, 
June 30, 1755; married. Jan. 24, 1776, Sarah Millek. She 
wa.s born Oct. 31', 1755; died 1854. He was a revolutionary 
soldier in Captain Danforth's company, 1775 ; fought at the 
battle of Long Island, was taken prisoner and confined in a 
prison ship in New York harbor. He moved to Cheshire, Mass. , 
in 1782 and in 1792 to Middlefield, Otsego Co., N. Y., and was 
the first sheriff and keeper of the log jail. He died about 1827. 

Children : 

4-601 Stephen.® b. Jan. 25, 1777; m. Rebecca Wood. 

602 Sarah,* b. Oct. 15, 1778; m. John Luce. 

-I-603 Samuel Miles, * b. Nov. 5, 1780; m. Sally Northup. 

604 John,® b. Jan. 31, 1783. 

-I-605 Ebenezer,® b. May 11, 1785; m. Ruth Griggs. 

606 Elizabeth,® b. Oct. 15, 1787; m. Wrann. 

607 Edmund,® b. Apr. 12, 1789. 

608 Electa,® b. Jan. 7, 1791 ; m. Levi H. Pierce of Middlefield. Ch : 

(1) Orrin; (2) Albert; (3) Horatio; (4) Louisa; (^) Jeafiette. 

609 Orin,® b. Sept. 8, 1792 ; d. age 25 ; n. m. 

610 Clarissa,® b. May 15, 1795; m. Dickerman. 

611 Ira,® b. Aug. 22, 1798. 

249 

Timothy Ingalls,^ {Samuel* Saj7iuel,^ Heyiry,'^ Ednumd^), 
son of Samuel and Mar>' (Watts) Ingalls, born Haverhill, Mass., 
April 20, 1720. He was called a trader, was living at Chester, 
N. H. 1741 ; bought land at Kingston, 1747-52, Sandown, 1757, 
Hill, 1761. 

Children : 

4-612 Ebenezer,® b. Apr. 13, 1747; m. Mary Loixgee. 
613 Oilman,® b. abt. 1750? Only tradition that he was a son of 
Timoth}'. 
+614 Jonathan,® b. ; m. Mary J. Locke. 

-1-615 Timothy,® b. June 16, 1763 ; m. Bathsheba Worcester. 

252 

Nathaniel Ingalls,* {Samuel* Savirccl,^ Henry,'' Edmund ') , 
son of Samuel and Mary (Watts) Ingalls, born Chester, N. H., 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 51 

Dec. 12, 1727 ; married, Abigail, daughter of Israel and Mary 
Huse. In 1763, with others, was set off to the new town of 
Candia. 

Children : 

616 Israel,^ b. ; was a Rev. soldier, lived at Alexandria, N. H., 

had w-ife Hannah. 

617 Peter,'' b. ; d. y. 

618 Mary,*^ b. ; m. Perley Chase. 

619 Peter,'' b. ; was a Rev. soldier, lived Candia ; Adm. estate 

1769. 

620 Abigail,^ b. ; m. Benjamin Smith of Hanover. Ch : (i) Ben- 

jamin, m. Persis Tenney. 

621 Mehitable,'' b. m. John Clough of Concord, N. H. 
+622 Josiah,^ b. ; m. Olive Sanborn. 

623 Samuel,^ b. 1753; d. 1866; m. Betsey Clough, lived Sandown, had 
six children, had son (623A) Samuel". 

(624) John Clough,* b. June 24, 1808; m. Emily T. Colby. He was 
a clergyman and d. Melrose, Mass., Feb. 28, 1897. had son 
(624A) Horace S.^ res. Saugus, Mass. 

(626) Samuel, * b. Dec. 1818; d. Winthrop, Mass., June 11, 1884; m. 
ist, Clara B. Hill of Portland, Me., m. 2d, widow of Wm.W. 
Shaw. He grad. M. D. Bowdoin College, 1841 ; was a 
physician and large real estate holder at Winthrop. Ch. by 
Clara B. Hill: (627) Frank Wallace, » res. Dakota ; (628) 
Lavina B.,^ m. Charles W. Dunham; (629) Osman Baker,' 
b. Jan. 3, i860; m. Julia A. Leighton. He is a clothing 
salesman at Boston, res. Winthrop. Ch : (630) Clara 
Lenign,!" b. July 15, 1886. Ch. by widow Shaw: (631) 
Charles Edward^' ^gg. Atlantic City, N. J. 

(632) Sophia B.,* b. ; m. Terry; d. Winthrop, Mass. 

(633) Elizabeth,* b. ; m. George W. Hunt ; res. California. 
634 Hannah, 6 b. ; d. 1868; m. John Hall. Ch : (i) Josiah, b. 

Chester, Mar. i, 1805. 



253 

Daniel Ingalls,^ {Moses,* Samicel,^ Henry\^ Edminid^), son 
of Moses and Maria (Hoitt) Ingalls, born Andov^er, Mass., 1714 ; 
married, Oct. 27, 1744, Sarah Fletcher. He probably 
moved to Conwa}- or Shelburne, N. H. 

Children, born Andover : 

635 Sarah ,6 b. Aug. 24, 1745; d. Conway, N. H. Jan. 7, 1786; m. April 
7, 1764, Joseph Odell ; d. Conway, Mar. 27, 1802. Ch., first four 
born Andover, five born Conway: {i^ Joseph, b. Nov, 26, 1765; 
(2) Parntelia, b. Nov. 27, 1767 ; (3) Richard, b. Mar. 3, 1770; ("4) 
Sarah, h. Mar. 4, 1772; (5) Thomas Fletcher, h. Apr. 25, 1775; 
(6) Polly, b. Nov. 22, 1777; {y^Dajiiel Ingalls, b. Apr. 16, 1780; 
{^) Stephen, b. Feb. 25, 1783; d. y. ; (9) Deborah, b. Jan. 3, 1786. 
-I-636 Samuel,^ b. Aug. 13, 1747 ; m. Betsey Eastman. 

637 Maria, 6 b. Dec. 14, 1749; m. 1771, Simeon Stevens of Billerica. 

638 Ruth, 6 b. July 26, 1752 ; m. Dec. 15, 1774, Moses Gerrish of 

Newbury port. 



52 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

639 Daniel,® b. June 9, 1754; drowned June 2, 1756. 

+640 Moses,® b. Feb. 13, 1756 ; m. Susan Heath. 

641 Daniel,® b. Feb. 11, 1758. 

642 Olive,® b. June II, 1760. 

643 Ann,® b. June 11, 1760. 

257 

Benjamin Ingalls,^ {Moses* Sanuiel,^ Henry, "^ Edtmind'^), 
son of Moses and Maria (Hoitt) Ingalls, born Andover, Aug. i, 
1728 ; married, first, Aug. 31, 1762, Rebecca Pearsons, mar- 
ried, second, Mary White. He was in the British army at 
17, at the capture of lyUnenburg in 1745; was a lieutenant in 
1761 ; left the army in 1765 and made several voyages at sea. 
In 1774, with five others, settled at Hiram, Me., where he died 
Nov. 24. 1 81 5. 

Children by Rebecca Pearsons : 

644 Benjamin Pearsons,® b. June 4, 1763; m. Lydia Tappan ; she was 

sole legatee of will Aug. 12, 1789. 

645 Micajah,® b. Nov. 10, 1764; m. Annie ; was a Rev, soldier in 

Capt. Lovejoy's company at Portsmouth, 1779; Adm. granted 
widow Dec. 5, 1794. Ch : (646) Rebecca Pearsons." 

647 William,® Sept. 19, 1768 ; d. y. 

Children by Mary White : 

648 William, ®b. Aug. 31, 1774 ; m. ist, Mar. 30. 1796, Margery, daughter 

of Matthew and Sarah (Hanscom) Libby ; m. 2d, 1S08, Hannah, 
daughter of Mark and Relief (Berry) Libby of Scarboro, b. April 
2, 1782. He died at Bal iwiu, Me., Apr. 9, 1832. 

649 David White,® b. Nov. 20, 1776; d. Standish, Me., Oct. i, 1835; 

m. . Ch: 

(650) Samuel," b. 1800; d. West Baldwin, Me., Nov. 4, 1880. 

(651) Andrew," b. 1803, living at Baldwin 1880. 

(652) Sarah,'' b. ; m. Richardson. 

653 Mar}',® b. Sept. 25, 1779 ; d. Oct. 29, 1850 ; m. Moses Parker. Ch : 

(I) Dorothy, m. Moses Davis of Denmark, Me. Ch : (I) Ezra; 

(II) Moses; (III) Albert; (2) Loamie, m. ist, Paine, 2d, 

, had ten children by first and two children by second 
wife; (3) Moses, m. Olive White of Sebago, Me. Ch : (I) 
Clifton; (II) Ch.\I'LEs; (III) Joseph; (IV) Ella; (^) Jane, b. 
Dec. 25, 1813; m. Daniel Page Faulkner, a descendant of Rev. 
Francis and Elizabeth (Ingalls) Dane. Ch : (I) Alonzo D., m. 
Marcia Sparhawk. Ch : (A) Alice C, m. Delbert W. Adams, 
res. Augusta Me.; (II) Charles F.; (Ill) Etta; (5) Hadassak, 
m. Timothy Hanson. Ch : (I) Jennie, m. Charles Perkins of 
Kennebunk'port, Me. ; (II) Etta ; (6) Joseph, m. Mary Sawyer, 
lived, Nor«-ay, Me. Ch : (I) Mary, m. Scribner ; (II) 

Clara, m. ' Libby; (III) Annie, m. Gayton. 

654 Jane,® b. June 2, 1781 ; d. Mar. 28, 1847 ; m. Charles L. Wadsworth. 

655 Dorothy,® b. Aug. 3, 1784; m. Thomas Rowe. 

656 Loamey,® b. May 22, 1786. 

657 Ruth,® b. Feb. 2, 1789; m. Enoch Jewell of Cornish, Me. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 53 

260 

William Ingalls,^ {Moses, ^ Sajnuel,^ Henry ^^ Edvuuid'^) , son 
of Moses and Maria (Hoitt) Ingalls, born Andover, June 28, 
1737 ; married, May 26, 1761, Susannah Pearsons. He was 
a deputy sheriff at Newburyport. Will made Nov. 15, 1797. 
proved May 10, 1798. 

Children, born Newburyport : 

658 Susannah,** b. Apr. 27, 1763; m. Moulton. Ch : (1) Amelia, 

m. Stephen Goss; (2) Rebecca, m. Nath'l Cross. 
-f-659 William,'* b. May 3, 1769; m. ist, Lucy M. Ridgeway, 2d, Alice 
Brazer. 

660 Elizabeth,** b. ; m. Noyes. 

661 Nathaniel,'* b. ; m. Susan . Adm estate Aug. 3, 1807. 

662 Maria.** 

663 Ruth,** prob. d. y. 

664 John,^ b. 

665 Daniel,'* b. 

263 

John Ingalls,^ {Eldad,* Samuel ^^ Hertry,'^ Ednmnd^), son of 
Eldad and Hannah (Watts) Ingalls, born Haverhill, Mass., 
June I, 1723; married, Dec. 5, 1748, Mary, daughter of Joseph 
and Judith (Eaton) Haseltine. She died July 5, 1756. Pub- 
lished second to Elizabeth Copp at Hampstead, N. H., Nov. 
18, 1756. He was one of the proprietors of Hampstead and 
settled at Plaistow ; moved to Atkinson in 1767, then went to 
Canterbury, where he died Mar. 11, 181 5. His wife died June 
29, 1819, age 81. 

Children by Mary Haseltine : 

666 Mary,** b. Oct. 14, 1749; m. Jacob Merrill of Amesbury. Another 

account says m. 1773, Rev. Stephen, son of John and Sarah 
(Ingalls) Peabody, born Atkinson, N. H., 1741. 

+667 John,** b. Apr. 3, 1751 ; m. widow of Benj. Ordway. 

-f-668 Joseph,** b. Apr. 11, 1752; m. Sarah Parker. 

669 Hannah,'* b. Oct. 18, 1753; m. Abijah Atwood, Jr. 

670 Sarah,'* b. Jan. 28, 1755; m. July 13, 1773, John, son of James and 

Elizabeth (Hutchins) Haseltine. He was born July 9, I749; d. 
Mar. 20, 181 7; had 10 children. See Haseltine Gen. 



Children by Elizabeth Copp : 



671 Elizabeth,'* b. Dec. 12, 1757; m. 1776, John Wooley of Hampstead. 

672 Mehitable,** b. Apr. 9, 1759; m. Dec. 5, 1780; as 2d wife of Moses 

Emery of Atkinson had (i) Abigail; (2) Betsey \ (3) Sally ; 
{\) Rhoda ; {5) Jesse. 

673 Moses,** b. Oct. 7, 1760; m. Betsey Eaton. 



54 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

-j-674 Samuel,^ b. Sept. 27, 1763 ; m. Anna Shepaid. 

675 Abiah,*' b. Nov. 27, 1764. 
+676 Caleb,6 b. July 7, 1766; j^. Elizabeth Clark. 
677 Joshua,^ b. Feb. 5,1768. His will was made at Poplin, N. H., Oct. 
11,1841, proved Mar. 20, 1850 ; had daughter, Betsey, wife of John 
Randlett ; granddaughter, Melinda Randlett. Left his estate to 
wife Sarah, who died before 1852. 
+678 Jesse,'' b. Apr. 2, 1770; m. Hannah Chase. 

679 Judith, 6 b. Jan. 8, 1772; m. Caleb. M. Sanborn. 

680 Abigail,*^ b. Jan. 8, 1772. 

-|-68i Nathaniel Peabody,'' b. Sept. 25, 1773; m. Polly Haines, Sophia 

Bradley. 
-)-682 Daniel,*^ b. Apr. 7, 1775; m. Polly Nutting. 

683 James, ^ b. Dec. 23, 1776; d. Feb. i, 1779. 
-f-684 David,*^ b. Sept. 7, 1778; m. Sarah Fernald. 
+685 James, ^ b. Sept. 5, 1782; m. Louisa Wheeler. 

266 

Henry Ingalls,^ {Henry, '^ Henry, ^ Henry, '^ Edmund^), son 
of Henry and Hannah (Martin) Ingalls, born Andover, Apr. 13, 
1719; married, first, Sarah, daughter of Daniel Putnam of 
Reading. She died Apr. 8, 1756, age 32. Married, second, 
May 18, 1757, Sarah Putnam, widow of Daniel Andrews. She 
died Nov. 29, 1831, age 81. He was a captain of the militia at 
Andover, where he died Mar. 28, 1803. 

Children by Sarah Putnam : 

686 Sarah,^ b. June 14, 1745 ; d. Jan. 30, 1754. 

687 Henry ,'^ b. Apr. 13, 1746 ; d. Apr. 27, 1752. 

688 Sarah,'5b. July 28, 1748; m. Oct. 22, 1772, Richard Hall. 

-|-689 Solomon,^ b. June 13, 1750; m. ist, Abigail Carlton, 2d, Mercy 
Wilson, 3d, Hannah Harris. 

690 Henry," b. Nov. 22, 1752 ; m. ist, Sept. 1777, Abigail, daughter of 
Rev. Paine Wingate of Amesbury ; m. 2d, Apr. 17, 1811, Mrs. 
Susanna Merrill of Methuen. He was a Rev. soldier, serving as 
substitute for Nathaniel Lovejoy. He moved to Ayers 
Village, Haverhill, and died in the poorhouse, Apr. 12, 1832. 
Had four children by first wife: (691) Lucretia," m. ist, John 
Danielson, 2d, Abraham Bailey; (692) Daughter,^ m. Ephraim 
Elliott of Haverhill; (693) Son," who was a sailor; (694) Mary 
Balch," b. Aug. 10, 1786; m. Mar. 21, 1805, Count F'rancis Viport 
of Guadaloupe ; she was the heroine of Whittier's poem the 
"Countess." Died. Jan. 5, 1807; was considered one of the 
most beautiful women of that day. Her gravestone is still 
standing in the cemetery at East Haverhill, not far from that 
of Dr. Moses Elliott, the "half welcome guest " in Whittier's 
"Snow Bound." Count Viport is said to have returned to 
France where he married again and had a family. An interest- 
ing account of the Countess can be found in Vol. i, " Gleanings 
from Merrimack Valley," published by Miss R. I. Davis. 

695 Rebecca,** b. July 4, 1756; m. James, son of John and Sarah (Frye) 
Farnum, b. Andover, Aug. 8, 1750; d. 1814 ; had son (i) 
Putnam Ingalls, b. Milton, N. H., Mar. 10, 1788; m. 
Rebecca Ingalls. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 55 

Children by second Sarah Putnam : 

-I-696 Daniel,*' b. Jan. 13, 1758 ; ni. Mary Tapley. 

697 Judith,*' b. Mar. 4, 1760; d. abt. 1808; n. m. 

698 Susannah,'' b. June 14, 1762 ; d. Oct. 17, 1762. 

699 Putnam,*^ b. Dec. 18, 1763. His will proved Aug. 5, 1814, mentions 

second wife Fanny, whole of estate left to son. 
(700) Henry Putnam,' who was a merchant at Boston for many 
years, resided at No. Andover where he died about 1888. 

269 

David Ingalls,^ {Hc^iry,'' Henry^* Henry ^^ Edmund^), son of 
Henry and Hannah (Martin) Ingalls, born Andover, Jan. 3, 
1726 ; married Priscilla, daughter of Israel How. She died 
July 27, 1807. He was a blacksmith, moved to Stoddard, N. 
H., thence to Londonderry, N. H., where he died July 31,1805. 

Children : 

+701 David, ^ b. Feb. 19, 1751; m. 

702 Priscilla,*' b. Feb. i, 1753; d. y. 

703 Israel,'' b. Dec. 27, 1754. 

+704 Edmund,^ b. July 3, 1757 ; m. Mary Lovejoy. 

705 Hannah,'' b. Feb. 20, 1759. 

706 Mary,*^ b. Apr. 29, 1761 ; m. Peter Chandler of Wilton, N. H. Ch : 

(i) Hatmah, m. John Ingalls of Nelson, N. FI. 

707 Amos,** b. Mar. 14, 1763; m. ; lived at Rindge, N. H. Ch : 

(708) Cynthia"; (709) Bennett"; (710) Matilda Robinson ''; (711) 
Ruth'; (712) Ruah'; (713) Lovina'; (714) Robert'; (715) Samuel'; 
(716) Priscilla'; (717) Page'. 
718 Nathaniel,'^ b. May 24, 1765; d. T838 ; lived at Wales, Erie Co., 
N. Y. and had a large family. 
+719 Aaron,'' b. May 19, 1767; m. Jane Williams. 

720 Sarah,'' b. June 5, 1771 ; d. Londonderry, Apr. 1850; n. m. 

270 

John Ingalls,^ {Henry,'' Henry ^^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), son of 
Henry and Hannah (Martin) Ingalls, born Andover, Apr. 25, 
1728; married, May 8, 1755, Deborah Stevens. She was 
born Feb. i, 1727; died Feb. 15, 1781. He died Andover, 
Aug. 26, 1810. 

Children : 

721 Deborah,'' b. June 22, 1758; d. Nov. 16, 1762. 

722 John,'^b. Sept. 11, 1760; prob. d. 1817. Rev. Sol. in Captain Adams' 

Co., 1777. He is called Colonel. 

723 Deborah,'^ b. Mar. 24, 1763; m. Dec. 28, 1786, Dean Carlton. 

724 Hannah,'' b. June i, 1765. 

725 Jedediah,'' b. July 26, 1768; d. Durham, N. H., Aug. i, 1847; ™- 

Elizabeth Currier, d. Oct. 21, 1851. He grad. Dartmouth Col. 
1792, was a physician at Durham. Ch : (726) Eliza"; (726A) 



56 INGALLvS GENEALOGY, 




272 

Isaac Ingalls,^ {Henry," Henry, ^ Henry, ^ Ednuoid^) son of 
Henry and Hannah (Martin) Ingalls, born Andover, Sept. 2, 
1733; married, first, Apr. 11, 1754, Rebecca Moore, who 
died Aug. 11, 1764, age 29; married, second, Oct. 31, 1765, Mary 
Osgood (Mary Chandler?). She was born Aug. 9, 1734; 
died Mar. 21, 1830. He was a Minute Man 1775 ; drummer in 
Capt. Samuel Johnson's company, Colonel Wigglesworth's reg- 
iment ; pay abstract for travel allowance from Albany, sworn 
to Mar. 7, i777i 210 miles; also enlisted Aug. 14, 1777, as 
private in Capt. Samuel Johnson's company. Colonel Johnson's 
regiment; discharged Nov. 30, 1777, service three months 
seventeen days with the Northern Army. Settled at Blue Hill, 
Me., and died May 8, 1808. 

Children by Rebecca Moore : 

731 Jacob.fi b. Feb. 24, 1757; d. Aug. 18, 1764. 

732 Olive,^ b. .Apr. 15, 1760; d. Aug. 17, 1764. 

733 Mchitable,'' b. Oct. 22, 1762. Said to be grandmother of President 

Cleveland. 

734 Asa/' b. June 4, 1764 ; d. Sept. 24, 1764. 

Children by Mary Osgood : 

735 Rebecca,*^ b. June 16, 1766; m. Jan. 11, 1785, Isaac, son of Joseph 

and Joanna (Chandler) vShattuck, he b. July 13, 1766. 
4-736 Isaac,'' b. May 12, 1770; m. Eunice Horton. 
-I-737 Jacob," b. Aug. 27, 1772 ; m. Abigail Horton, Mary Pecker. 

738 Ilcpzibah,'' b. Dec. 10, 1744; m. Henry Uougharty. Ch : {i)Hep- 

zibah, b. .\pr. 2, 1798; (2) Temple, b. June 7, 1800; (3) Ellis, b. 

Aug. II, 1802; d. Apr. 27, 1817; (4) Herman, b. Dec. 3, 1804; 

(5) Jacob, b. May 23, 1807; (6) John, b. June 23, 1809; ('j)iValier, 

b. Oct. 4, 181 1 ; (8) Rebecca, b. Dec. 9, 1813. 



274 

Ebenezer Ingalls,'^ {Francis* Henry, ^ Hemy,^ Edviiind^), 
son of Francis and Lydia (Ingalls) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., 
1721 ; married, first, Jan. 26, 1749, Sarah, daughter of Jacob and 
Sarah (Hale) Kimball. She was born in Boxford, Aug. 5, 
1725; died May i, 1764. Married, second, Jan. 29, 1765, 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 57 

Sarah, daughter of James and Sarah (Buswell) Curtis. She 
was born Oct. 8, 1733. He was a farmer, lived and died at 
Andover. 

Children by Sarah Kimball : 

739 Abigail,^ b. Oct. 14, 1749 ; possibly m. 1774, Benj. Trask of Salem. 

740 Mary ,6 b. Nov. 24, 1751. 

741 Sarah,** b. Nov. 6, 1753. 

742 Susannah,*' b. Jan. 26, 1756. 

743 A son,*^ b. Apr. 21, 1758. 

744 Ebeuezer,** b. June II, 1759 ; d. Sept. 12, 1759. 

745 Ebenezer,** b. Nov. 11, 1760. He was a Rev. soldier, enlisted 

Sept. 29, 1777, and served through the entire war ; was at Peeks- 
kill, Fort Clinton and King's Ferry. Discharged, Dec. 11, 1780; 
described at age 19, 5 ft. 6 in., light complexion. 

Children by Sarah Curtis : 

746 Samuel,^ b. Nov. 28, 1765 ; prob. d. Feb. 28, 1766. 

747 James,** b. 1768; m. Sept. 4, 1798, Eunice Ingalls. He is said to 

have moved to New York state. 
+748 Reuben,** b. Dec. 19, 1769; m. Rebecca Wormstead. 

749 Eleazer,** b. Sept. 12, 1771. 

750 Eleanor,** b. 1772 ; m. Oct. 30, 1794, James Curtis of New Salem, 

N. H. 

278 

Francis Ingalls,^ {Francis,'^ Henry, ^ Henr}\^ Edmund'^), son 

of Francis and I^ydia (Ingalls) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., 

Jan. 26, 1731 ; married, Nov. 12, 1754, Eunice Jennings. 

She died May 23, 1799. He was a farmer at Andover and died 

Apr. 3, 1795. 

Children : 

+751 Nathan,** b, June 12, 1755 ; m. Phebe Griffin. 

+752 Isaiah,** b. July 13, 1756; m. Esther Stevens, Phebe Curtis. 

+753 Phineas,** b. Nov. 14, 1758; m. Elizabeth Stevens. 

-i-754 Francis,** b. May 30, 1760; m. Nancy Estes. 

+755 Jonathan,** b. Feb. 25, 1762; m. Sarah Berry. 

-I-756 Theodore,** b. Mar. 30, 1764; m. Hannah Berry, Sally Flint, Ruth 

Flint. 
4-757 Asa,** b. Jan. 17, 1766; m. Mary Estes, Patience Jewett, Mehitable 

Loring. 
4-758 Cyrus,** b. Dec. 13, 1768; m. Sarah Barker. 

759 Eunice,** b. Oct. 16, 1770 ; m. James Ingalls ; see No. 747. 



283 

Abijah Ingalls,^ {Fra^icis,^ Henry, ^ Henry, "^ Edvmnd^), son 
of Francis and l^ydia (Ingalls) Ingalls, born Andover, 1739; 
married Elizabeth Hutchinson. He was a Minute Man, 



58 INGALI.S GENEALOGY. 

uuirchcd Apr. 19. 1775. in Capt. Henry Abbott's Company; 
was in Captain Johnson's Company, Colonel Wigglesworth's 
RcKiment. at Albany; died as result of privations Mar. 1777; 
the widow Adm. Apr.' 8, 1777. 

Children : 

+760 Jeremiah,"!). Mar. i, 1764; m. Mary Bigelow. 

761 Jonathan, « b. Sept. 16, 1765; m. Boston, Oct. 12, 1809, Sally 

Knowlton. He was a merchant at Boston, left one daughter. 

762 Lydia,'^ b. Oct. 9, 1767; m. Brown. 

763 Hutchinson," b. May 6, 1769; m. Nov. 5, 1795, Molly Kimball; 

moved to Blue Hill, Me., and died there. 

764 .Abijah," b. 1771 ; d. y. 

765 Abigail,** d. y. 

+766 Ezra,* b. Apr. 12, 1773 ; m. Dolly Wilson. 

767 Elizabeth,'^ b. .A.ug. 21, 1775; prob. m. Jacob Foster of Boston. 

288 

Joseph Ingalls,^ {Joseph," Hcnry,^ Henry,^ Edmund^), son 
of Joseph and Phebe (Farnum) lugalls, born Andover, Aug. 22, 
1723 ; married, May 24, 1749, Sarah, daughter of Paul and 
Elizabeth (Gray) Abbott. She was born Oct. 15, 1730; died 
Jan. 30, 1810. He moved to Pomfret, Conn., and died there 
Oct. 18, 1790. (Gravestone says Oct. 26, 1799.) 

Children : 

768 Phebe, •> b Aug. 22, 1750; d. Sept. 20, 1754. 
H-769 Peter,** b. Feb. 19, 1752; m. Sarah Ashley. 

770 Darius,'' b. June 27, 1754; m. Jan. 25, 1776, Loderma Lee. Ch : 

(770A) Deliverance,'' b. Apr. 22, 1779; (770B) Parker"; (770C) 
Sarah"; (77oD)Mary^ (770E) Henry ^; (770F) Alvin "; (770G) 
Anna"; (770I) Loderma ''; (770J) Darius". 

771 Dorcas,'* b. June 27, 1754. 

772 .\sa,* b. Feb. 29, 1756 ; d. Dec. 25, 1775. 
-f-773 Luther,** b. Aug. 24, 1758; m. Lucy Utley. 

774 Cahnn,** b. Nov. 22, 1760; m. ist, Nov. 28, 1782, Catherine Terring- 

ton, d. Dec. 31, 1783 ; m. 2d, Mary Horton. He graduated Dart- 
mouth Col. 1795, was a preacher, for some time home missionary 
in New York state, then located at West Stafford, Conn., had 
Ch : (774 A) Sylvester," b. Nov. 13, 1783 ; d. y. {774B) Catherine, 
m. William Thompson. Ch : (i) William Ho}-ton,h. July 7, 
1818; was a Presbyterian clergyman at Mobile, Ala.; m. Mary 
J. Safford. Ch : (I) Wiluam H., res. Memphis, Tenn.; (II) 
Mary Eliza, b. Jan. 11, 1857; m. 1883, Rev. Elijah H. Gregory. 
Is a Presbyterian clergyman at Clayton, Ala. Ch : (A) David 
B., b. Sept. 12, 1884; (B) Mary Aletha, b. Aug. 11, 1887; (C) 
William H.. d. y.; (D) Amelia Tolford, b. Feb. 5, 1892; (E) 
VAn-A Pearl, b. Aug. 24, 1896. (Ill) Catherine A., m. Cobb, 

res. Mobile. 

775 Chester,'' b. Aug. 9, 1762; m. Apr. 4, 1784, Sylvia Stevens. Ch : 

(776) Mary.'b. Aug. 27, 1785 ; d. Woodstock, Conn., had a daugh- 
ter m. Herbert Morse, res. Putnam, Conn. 
777 Joseph,** b. Aug. 24, 1764; d, Sept. 6, 1783. 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. '^9 

778 Sarah, 6 b. Dec. 18, 1766; d. Apr. 24, 1833; m. Jan. 22, 17SS, Abra- 

ham Ford, moved Jericho, Vt., had eleven children. 

779 Hannah,'' b. July 7, 1769; m. Jan. 25, i79i.Josiah Ingersol. 

780 Harvey,*^ b. July 7, 1775; d. Dec. 30, 1833; m. Ford, lived 

Brookfield, Vt., had one son (781) Waldo," and three daughters. 

291 

Joshua Ingalls,^(/<?5,?//;,* Henry, ^ Henry ^- Edmund^), son 
of Joseph and Phebe (Farnum) IngalLs, born xVndover, Aug. 13, 
1732 ; married, Sept. 9, 1760, Elizabeth Steele. His will 
made June 21, proved July 5, 1785. Lived at Andover. 

Children : 

785 Stephen,*^ b. June 17, 1761 ; m. Sept. 21, 1786, Lydia Kimball. He 
was a Rev. soldier. His will Apr. 5, 1794; proved June 3. She 
died No. Andover, Dec. 16, 1831, age 71. Ch : (786) Lydia,'' b. 
Nov. II, 1787, (787) Loderma," b. Oct. 30, 1789. 

788 Elizabeth,^ b. Sept. 2, 1762; prob. d. y. 

789 Simeon,*' b. Sept. 3, 1764 Served three months at West Point, 

1780. Int. m. June i, 1784, Priscilla Berry; another Int. m. 
Jan. 16, 1787, widow Elizabeth Fisk. 

790 Peter,* b. Jan. 14, 1766; prob. d. y. 

791 Phebe,'' b. Dec. 13, 1768; d. 1785; n. m. 

329 

Samuel Ingalls,^ {Stephen,'' John, ^ Henry ^^ Edmund'^), son 
of Stephen and Rebecca (Grow) Ingalls, born Pomfret or Scot- 
land, Conn., Apr. 22, 1746; married, Brooklyn, Conn., Nov. 9, 
1769, Deborah Meecham. He was a farmer at Brooklyn. 

Children : 

+792 Samuel,® b. 1772; m. Diana Dodge. 

-+-793 Lemuel, * b. ; lived at Cortland, N. Y. 

794 Calvin.® 

795 Willis.® 

337 

Daniel Ingalls,^ {Benjamin,* John ^^ Henry, '^ Ed)nu7id^), .son 

of Benjamin and Mary (Stebbins) Ingalls, born Pomfret, Conn.; 

married Eunice ( ). He probably died at Pomfret. 

Children, born Pomfret : 

795A Daniel,'' b. May 3, 1770; m. Nov. 2, 1794, Bcthiah Brown. Had 
son (795B) Oliver," b. Sept 27, 1806; d. Mar. 8, 1862 ; m. Sarah 
Benjamin. Ch : (795C) Hezekiah Sharp, ^ m. Margaret J. 
Twaddle, res. Edgewood, Greene Co., N. Y. Ch : (795D) 
Sarah, 9 d. y.; (795E) Frank^; (795F) Robert ». (795G) Charles, « 
m. Abigail Brandow, res. Hunter, N. Y. Ch : (795H) Carrie,^ 
m. Lake; (795I) W'illiam,^ m. Louise Biddell ; (795J) 

F'annie,^ m. Rhodes; (795K) Isadore^. (795L) Mary,* m. 



60 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

William Bre.vcr. Ch : (i) Charlotte, in. Gilbert; (2) 

Edith, in. Van Grosbeck ; (3) Roger. (795M) Frederick E.^, b. 
Jewett, N. Y., May 30, 1835; m. Dec. 28, 1870, Mary Eliza- 
beth, daughter of .Abram D. and Lydia S. (Douglass) Miller, 
b. Aug. 8, 1848; served in the Cix-il War, Company F, 120th 
N. Y. infantry and discharged for wounds. Moved to Thomp- 
son, Pa, in 1888, is a mechanic and held the office of Burgess. 
Ch : (795N) Marion Rainsford,^ b. May 24, 1873, is an electri- 
cian. (7950) Julia,8 b. Jan. 30, 1878; d. May 28, 1879; (795P) 
Louis, 8 d. ; (795Q) Daniel, ^ d. ; (795R) Fannie,* 

d. ; (795S) George.s d. ; (795T) Rufus,* d. 

795U Asa,*^ b. Mar. 31, 1772. 

795V Benjamin,'^ b. Sept. 27, 1774. 

795W Molly .« b. Sept. 27, 1774. 

795X Caleb,*^ b. Jan. 27, 1777. 

795 Y Betsey,* May 22, 1780. 

795Z Hannah,^ b. Feb. 1784. 

352 

Ephraim Ingalls/ {Ephraim,^ Stephen^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), 
son of Ephraim and Hannah (Manning), born in Lynn, Apr. 
19, 1740; married, Dec. 3, 1763, Elizabeth Randall. He 
lived and died at Lvnn. 

Children : 

796 Ephraim,'' b. 1765; d. y. 

797 Hannah,*^ b. June 25, 1767. 

798 Mary," b. 1769; d. y. 

799 Ephraim,* b. Jan. 12, 1771. 

+800 Samuel,* b. Sept. 11, 1776; m. Patience Knights. 

801 Elizabeth,* b. 1777; d. y. 

802 Hannah,* b. 1779. 

354 

James Ingalls,^ {James, ^ James, ^ Heyiry^^ Edmund^), son of 
James and Mary (Stevens) Ingalls, born Andover, Aug. 3, 1720; 
married, Dec. 6, 1744, Mary Frve. He was one of the first 
members of the Abington, Conn, society, 1750; signed the 
church covenant 1753, died there May 6, 1767. 

Children : 

803 Mary,* b. Dec. 1,1745; m- Joshua Swan. See Swan Gen. N. E. 

Hist, and Gen. Rcq. Vol. 33. 

804 James,* b. Aug. 1747; d. Jan. 28, 1748. 

805 Hannah,* b. Dec. 27, 1748; m. Benjamin Hall. 

806 Dorcas,* b. Feb. 18, 1751 ; m. Caleb Swan. 

807 James,'' b. June 19, 1755; his will made Apr. 25, 1797, proved June 

5, 1805. 

808 Deborah,* b. May 28, 1753 ; m. Hibberd, had three children. 

809 Sarah.* b. ; ni. John Foster. 

810 Lydia,* b. ; d. n. m. 

+811 Charles,* b. 1763; m. Cynthia Russell. 
812 Alfred,* b. ; m. Mary Stickney, had daughter (813) Abigail," 

d. Methuen, Mass., Nov. 8, 1857, age 59. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 61 

357 

Ephraim Ingalls," {Javics,^ James, ^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), 
son of James and Mary (Stevens) Ingalls, born Andover, Nov. 
6, 1725; married, Dec. 19, 1751, Mary Sharpe. She was 
born 1723 ; died Feb. 15, 1809. He moved to Pomfret, Conn., 
and died May 16, 1805. By an error the inscription on his 
gravestone, still standing, has but one 1. 

Children : 

814 Marv,*^ b. Oct. 5, 1752; d. Oct. 29, 1764. 
-)-8i5 Simeou,6 b. May 28, 1754; m. Olive Grosvenor, Eunice Wheeler, 
Rachel Harris. 

816 Dorcas,*^ b. Nov. 9, 1755; cl. Oct. 25, 1764. 

817 Deborah,^ b. Aug. 28, 1757; d. Nov. 7, 1811; m. Amasa Allen. 

No children. 

818 Rhoda,« b. Nov. 28, 1759; d. Oct. 15, 1764. 

819 Sarah, "^ b. Feb. 17, 1762 ; m. Feb. 10, 1784, Joshua Grosvenor. Ch : 

(1] Joshua, d. y.; (2) Olive, m. John Osgood, had four children ; 
(3) Sarah, m. Reynolds; (4) Payson P. m. Nancy Gordon, 

five children; (5) Charles I., m. Angelina Mosely, Euretta Gor- 
don. Ch : (I)jAXE, m. Samuel Lyon. Ch : (A) Charles H., m. 
Ruth Botham, four children ; (B) Charlotte M., m. Dr. Charles 
Gardener of Empire, Kan.; (C) Elliott W., d. July 20, 1881. (II) 
Charles P., m. Emma Tucker, res. Abington, Conn. Ch : 
(A) Euretta; (B) Arthur; (C) Robert. (6) Joshua; {-j) Esther. 
-I-820 Ephraim,'^ b. Sept. 6, 1764; m. Lucy Goodell. 

821 Mary ,'^ b. June 27, 1766; m. Moses Osgood, two children, Maria 

and Mary; 2d, Wilson. 

822 Charles.t^ b. Sept. 16, 1768; d. Nov. 21, 1772. 

823 Edmund,*^ b. Sept. 7, 1770; d. Cavendish, Vt., Dec. 23, 1850; he 

was a merchant at Cavendish many years ; m. ; had daughter 

(824) Maria," who m. Fletcher, who had daughter m. Hon. 

A. A. Ranney. 
825 Dorcas,*^ b. Apr. 30, 1772 ; d. July 1772. 



Zebediah Ingalls,^ {Javies,'' Jamcs,^ Henry,- Edmund^), 

son of James and Mary (Stevens) Ingalls, born Andover, Nov. 

3, 1729 ; married Esther Goodell. She died Sept. 30, 1778. 

He was a captain in the Revolution and died Pomfret, Conn., 

June II, 1800. Another account says Esther, wife of Captain 

Zebediah, died Jan. 23, 1777, age 44. They had four other 

daughters not given. 

Children : 

826 Zebediah,o b. ; d. Sept. 17, 1778 ; soldier of the Revolution. 

4-827 Lemuel,^ b. Dec. 6, 1755 ; m. Dorothy Sumner. 

828 Olive,*' b. 1757; d. 1760. 

829 Esther, b. ; m. Col. Stephen Abbott of Providence, R. I.; he 

b. June 28, 1761. (I) Ch : Olive, b. Mar. 29, 1782; m. Jeremiah 



62 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Phillips. Ch: (I) Sarah P., b. Mar. 20, 1802 ; (II) Stephen A. 
ni. ist. Retsev Brown, 2d, Olive Carpenter; (III) James I.; (IV) 
William, m.' Serena Lee ; (V) James, d. ; (VI) Benjamin 

Cm. Maria Richards; (VII) Mary, d. ; (VIII) Emily, 

ni. Theophilus Salisbury. Ch : (A) Mary E., b. Apr. 11, 1838; 
(B) Charles T., b. July il, 1840; (C) Mary W. b. Oct. 6, 1845. 
(2) Betsey, b. :siay 6, 1786; m. Oliver Ingalls. (3) Lucy, b. 1788; 
d. 1789. 

830 James,* b. Dec. 31,1760 ; m. at Brooklyn, Conn., Feb. 2, 1786, Sarah 
Williams, moved in 1786 to Middlefield, Otsego Co., N. Y. Ch : 
(831) Mary Ann," d. n. m.; (832) Erastus Wolcott,' m. 1816, 
Fanny Goodsell and d. July 20, 1816 ; (833) Sarah Williams." m. 
Dec. 21, 1824. William A. Walker. Ch : (i) ^fary A. N.; (2) Sarah 
/.. res. Montclair. N. J.; (t,) Frances ; (4) James I.; (5) William 
W.; (6) Walcott E., d. y.\{7) Henry B.; ^8) Charles E. 

834 Sylv^nus.6 
-1-835 Oliver,'' b. Apr. 7, 1770; m. Betsey Abbott. 

836 John,6b. ; d. Jan. 23, 1777. ' 



362 

Ebenezkr Ingalls,^ {Josiah* JosJah,^ He^iry^^ Edmund^), 
son of Josiah and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Rindge, N. H., 
Nov. 7, 1745 ; married Mercy ( ). He was a revolution- 

ary soldier from Rindge, 1775 ; in Stark's brigade 1778 ; ac- 
knowledged receipt of $4.00 for a coat at Medford, Oct. 4, 1775. 
In 1779 moved to Jaffrey, thence to Unity, N. H., where he 
died. 

Children : 

837 Lois,*^ b. abt. 1769; m. ist, Charles Blood; 2d, Hitchcock; 

she died Ripon, Wis., abt. i860. 
-I-838 Samuel,* b. ; m. Pierce. 

839? Asa," b. Aug. 6, 1797. So recorded at Rindge; nothing known of 
him. 
-I-840 Ebenezer Flint,* b. abt. 1790; m. Lydia Welch. 

363 

Josiah Ingalls,^ {Josiah* Josiah,^ Henry,^ Edmund'^) son of 
Josiah and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Andover, Oct. 31, 1747 ; 
married, Aug. 31, 1771, Sarah, daughter of Nehemiah and 
Sarah (Larabee) Bowers. She was born Jan. 25, 1750. He 
was a revolutionary soldier in Capt. Philip Thomas' company, 
Col. James Reed's regiment, Bunker Hill ; acknowledged receipt 
of S4.00 at Medford, Oct. 4, 1775, in satisfaction for coat 
promised him. He moved to Rindge, N. H., was deacon of 
the church 1767 to 1774; moved to Jaffrey 1787, and probably 
died at Fitzwilliam. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 63 

Children : 

841 Johu,6 b. Dec. 15, 1771; d. Feb. 23, 1772. 

842 James,6 b. Mar. 5, 1773; d. July 4, 1775. 

843 Sarah, *^ b. Dec. 21, 1775; d. Sept. 25, 1777. 

844 Phebe,6 b. Feb. 21, 1778; d. May 3, 1851 ; m. Robert Giluiore, Jr.; 

moved New Hartford, N. Y. Five children. 

845 Josiah,** b. Apr. 5, 1780; d. Feb. 18, 1855; m. Lois Capron ; she 

died Mar. 20, 1855; carriage maker. No children. 
+846 James," b. Feb. 7, 1782; m. Rebecca Twiss. 

847 Sarah, 'Mj. Aug. 28, 1783; d. Nov. 16, 1S71 ; m. Moses Sawyer of 

Sharon. No children. 

848 Deborah, 6 b. Aug. 27, 1785; d. Feb. 16, 1872; m. Rev. Charles 

Mavery, 2d, Robert Perkins. 

849 Flint,*' b. Apr. 27, 1789; d. 1834; n. m. 

850 Simeon,^ b. Sept. 27, 1791 ; d. 3'. 

+851 Charles,*^ b. Sept. 23, 1794; m. Nella Wetherbee. 



364 

Simeon Ingalls,^ {Josiali,^ Josiah,^ Henry,^ Edmund}), son 
of Josiah and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Andover, Aug. 24, 
1749; married, Mary ( ). He was a revolutionary sol- 

dier in 1775 Captain Hale's company, battle of Lexington ; 
Captain Thomas' company at Bunker Hill ; gave receipt for 
$4.00 in lieu of coat, also three months' sixteen days' pay and 
sixty-five miles travel. Moved to Rindge, N. H., and died there 
1790; his widow married, 1794, lycvi Maynard. 

Children : 

852 John,'' b. Feb. 24. 1779; d. June 2, 1806. 

853 Ira,® b. Feb. 11, 1781 ; m. 1809, Jerusha, daughter of Joseph Hodge. 

365 

Nathaniel Ingalls,^ {Josiah,'' Josiah,^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), 
son of Josiah and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Andover, Sept. 
19, 1751 ; married, first, Oct. 16, 1785, Tabitha, daughter of 
Ephraim and Tabitha (Raymond) Hunt. She died July 3, 1786. 
Married, second, June 5, 1787, Sarah, daughter of Moses and 
Abigail (Emerson) Hale. She was born Feb. 1765 ; died Sept. 
18, 1844. He was a revolutionary soldier at Lexington, April 
i9> 1775; a sergeant in Captain Sloan's compan^^ ; marched 
June 29, 1777, to reenforce the garrison at Ticonderoga. Moved 
to Rindge, N. H., thence in 1803 to Peterboro, where he died 
Mar. 9, 1814. 



64 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

8^4 Tabitha,^ b. Feb. 27, 1789; d. Jan. 14, 1812; m. Amos Woolson of 
Peterboro. 

855 Sarah.M}. May 31, 1791 ; d. Mar. 25, 1845; m. Apr. 30, 1837, Rob- 

ert White. 

856 Elizabcth,«b. Oct. 2, 1793; d. Feb. 15, 1845; n. m. 
-I-857 Cvrus,« b. Feb. 7, 1797; m. Mary Louise Dakin. 

858 Siibra," b. Oct. 1799; d. Feb. 6, i860; n. m. 

8s9 Alinira,'' b. Aug. 14, 1802 ; m. Charles Carter of Leominster, Mass. 

860 George IlandeL" b. Mar. 21, 1805; m. Betsey Loring. He was a 
inercliant at Lowell, Mass., then grad. M. D. 1837, from the 
Berkshire Med. Col.; a phj-sician at Proctorville, Vt.; d. Peter- 
boro, Mav 26, 1849. ^h: 

(861) Sarah Eliza,' b. Feb. 13, 1834; d. Nov. 18, 1852. 

(862) Mary B.^ b. Oct. i, 1835 ; d. Feb. i, 1856. 

(863) George F.', b. Aug. 3, 1838; m. Ellen E. Merrill, res. Danville, 

Vermont. 

(864) Betsey L.', b. Apr. 6, 1842. 

865 Hannah Morrison,® b. 1810; d. June 21, 1812. 



366 

Jonathan Ingalls,^ {Josiah,'^ Josiah,^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), 
son of Josiali and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Andover, Dec. 4, 
1753; married, first, Aug. 8, 1782, Deborah, daughter of Jon- 
athan and Mary (Crombie) Sherwin. She was born Dec. 5, 
1756; died Aug. i, 1790. Married, second, Jan. 21, 1794, Zip- 
porah, daughter of Barnabas Barker of Scituate, Mass. She 
died Nov. 2, 1830. He v\^as a revolutionarj' soldier in Capt. 
Abijah Smith's company, Col. Enoch Hale's regiment, Sept. 21, 
1776 ; was sergeant in Capt. Josiah Brown's company in the ex- 
pedition to Ticonderoga, May, 1777. Moved to Rindge, N. H., 
selectman in 1783-4, 1795; town clerk 1794. Died, Rindge, 
May 1 1, 1836. 

Children : 

866 Nancy,* b. May 23, 1783 ; m. Jan. 18, 1815, Oliver Lovejoy of Rindge. 

867 Mary.sb. Mar. 28, 1785; m. May 30, i8to, Capt. vStephen Emorv. 

Ch : [\)Albert (Emory), b. Mar. 5, 1811; d. Aug. 6, 1881 ; in. 
Dec. 25, 1850, Sarah J. Capps, she b. Sept. 25, 1825 ; d. July 27, 
1896. Ch : (I) Ei.izA Jank (Emorv), b. Nov. 19, 1851 ; (II) 
Charles Alhkrt (Emory), b. Jan. I'l, 1854; gunsmith. Canton, 
111. (2) Augustus (F:mory), b. Sept. 27, 1813 ; d. Jan. 18, 1891 ; 
m. Nov. I, 1865, Parmelia Ellis ; she b. Mar. 4, 1833; d. Mar. 
12, 1894. Ch: (I) HiCRBERT (Emory), b. Jan. 27, 1867, is a 
farmer at Canton, 111. 
-1-868 Thomas," b. Mar. i, 1787; m. Polly Stone, Betsey Stone, 
Sophrouia Sturtleff. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF I.YNN. 65 

367 

Cai^Eb Ingai^ls,* {Josiah* Josiah,^ Henry,"- Edviund^), son of 
Josiah and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Rindge, N, H., Feb. 
22, 1756 ; married Mary Chatsev. He was a revolutionary 
soldier, in Captain Stevens' Company at Ticonderoga, 1777 ; 
after the war moved to Jay, then to Keene, N. Y., where he 
died in 1843. The block house he built is still standing. 

Children : 

869 Eunice,*^ b. 1784; d. May 21, 1864; m. Caleb Ellison. Ch : (i) 

Jacob ; (2) Caleb ; (3) Richard; (4) Nelson; (5) John; (6) Vincent; 
(7) Mary Jane; (8) Eimice; (9) Edmund; res. at. Collinsville, 
P. Q. 

870 Mary," b. 1787 ; d. Jan. 30, 1805. 

871 Abiah,^ b. 1789; d. July 8, 1851 ; m. Thomas Hartshoru. No 

children. 

872 Betsey,® b. 1792; d. Aug. 30, 1845; u. m. 

873 Happy, "^ b. Oct. 4, 1794; d. Jan. 5, 1870; m. Aug. 20, 1817, Thomas 

Dodge of Dunham, P. Q. Ch : (i) Louisa, b. Aug. 23, 
1818 ; d. May 6, 1850; m. June 10, 1837, Wymau Moore ; (2) 
William, b. Mays, 1820; d. y.; (3) Daniel, b. Mar. 2, 1822; d. 
Mar. 30, 1878; m. Oct. 23, 1856, Jane Graves; (4) Sarah, b. 
Nov. 30, 1824 ; d. Mar. 15, 1873 ; (5) Albert, b. Jan. 22, 1827 ; d. 
Mar. 15, 1846; (6) Charlotte, b. Sept. 19, 1828; m. 2d, Gardner 
Cox. No children ; she resides Norwood, N. Y. (7) Hannah, 
b. Apr. 13, 1831 ; d. May 15, 1881 ; m. Jan. 28, 1859, C. B. Peabody. 

874 Caleb,® b. 1801 ; d. July 15, 1803. 

875 Lois,® b. 1807; n. m. 

876 Hannah,® b. ; m. Ransom Cram. Ch : (i) Charles 31.; (2) 

Sarah, m. Philemon Willey. Ch : (I) Rosina, m. Elisha Good- 
speed. No children. (3) Caleb Ingalls, m. ist, Eliza E. Heald, 
four children; m. 2d, Lovina Hale, two children. Ch : (I) 
Eugene Leland; (II) Ida Elnora, m. William Hale of 
Keene. Ch : (A) Helen E. (Ill) Ella May; (IV) Franklin 
Charles; (V) Carrie Eleanor Georgiana. (4) Esther, m. 
George Goff ; a daughter, Mrs. A.W. Nutting, res. Saranac Lake ; 
(5) Martin V. B., res. Keene; (6) Louise, m. David Slater. No 
children ; {j) James ; (8) Sophronia ; d. y.; (9) Susan, d. y. 

877 Sally,® b. ; m. Slater. No children. 

368 

Amos IngalLvS,^ (/(?.y/■a/^■' /c?.f/a/^,^ Henry^^ Ednuind^^, son of 
Josiah and Eunice (Flint) Ingalls, born Rindge, N. H., about 
1760; married, Mary Holden. Moved to Acworth, N. H., 
in 1785. He was a revolutionary soldier, private in Capt. Josiah 
Brown's company in expedition to Ticonderoga, May, 1777; July, 
1777, joined continental army at Albany ; discharged Sept., 1777. 



66 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

S-'S Jonathan,*' b. 1787; m. Electa Jewett ; moved to New York state. 
' Ch : (879) Clarissa,' m. Walter Rider, four children ; (880) Eliza," 

m. Heurj- D. Merritt, two children ; (881) Harriet,' m. Andrew 
Stiler, two children; (882) William,' d. 1847; (883) Lucina,' m. 
Mason, five children ; (884) Almira,' d. y. ; (885) Delia,' m. 
Josiah Blodgett; (886) Mary,' m. Edmund Carpenter, two 
children. 

887 Eunice,® b. ; m. Jonathan H. Reed. 

888 Mary,® b. ; m. Amos Campbell. 

889 Amos,® b. ; m. Atkinson, N. H., Sept. 18, 1804, Abigail Green- 

leaf ; moved west. 

890 Sewell,® b. ; m. Clarissa Hudson. Ch : 

(891) Jonathan,' m. Hannah M. Stevens. 

(892) Milly,' d. n. m. 

(893) Lucinda,' m. Harvey D. Wallace. 

(894) Harriet N.,' d. y. 

(895) Amos,' d. y. 

(896) Philanda,' m. William Alexander. 

(897) Sylvester,' m. Marietta Dean. Ch : (898) Josephine A.^ ; (899) 

Edgar D.^ 

900 Edah,® b. ; m. Robert Andersen. 

379 

John Ingalls,* {John* Joseph,^ Samuel,"^ Ednuuid^') son of 
John and Hannah ( ) Ingalls, born Ipswich, Mass, 1746; 

married, first, Huldah ( ). Married, second, Abigail 

French. He was a farmer at Tyngsboro, Mass., where he died. 

Children by Huldah : 

901 John,® b. June 8, 1774. 

902 Mary,® b. July 15, 1776 ; d. May 9, 1828. 

903 Joseph,® b. Apr. i, 1778; m. Rhoda . He died Tyngsboro, 

1853. Ch: 

(904) Joseph,' b. July 13, 181 1 ; m. Eliza Curtis. 

(905) John'. 

(906) Joel,' m. Laura Wright. Ch : (907) Frances H.,* m. Warren 

Chandler. Ch : (]) Albert, b. Aug. 30, 1871 ; (2) Fred, b. 
July 22, 1876; (3) JFilliam, b. May 22, 1879. 

(908) Eliza,' m. Martin Wright ; a daughter ; m. Joseph Healey, res. 

E. Bridgewater. 

(909) Lucretia,' m. Jesse Hildreth. 

(910) Sally,' m. John Dane. Ch : (i) Hiram, res. Westfield, Mass. 

Children by Abigail French : 
911 Abigail®. 
-f-912 Eleazer French,® b. Nov. 30, 1782; m. Amy Pearson, Elizabeth 
I'rcnch. 
913 Joel.® b. Sept. 27, 1784; d. Aug. 1S42 ; m. Hannah Roby ; d. May 
17,1850. No children. 
-f-914 Daniel,® b. Oct. 6, 1788; m. Mercy C. Bancroft. 

915 James,® b. July 6, 1791 ; d. n. ni. 

916 Sarah,® b. Nov. 13, 1793; d. Apr. 28, 1883; m. Wyman Fife of 

Dunstable. Ch : (i) John Wyman, b. Nov. 16, 1826; d. Nov. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



67 



25, 1865 ; m. vSarah Pollard. Served Civil War ist N. H. 
Battery. Ch : (I) Mary Elizabeth, b. June 21, 1850; m, 
Charles E. Jenkins, res. Cliftondale, Mass. (II) John Fred, 
b. Dec. 4, 1853. (Ill) Charles Ford, b. Oct. i, i860; d. Nov. 
5, 1898. (2)^ James, b. Maj- 9, 1829; m. Rebecca Bryant ; (3) 
IVilliam Henry, b. Jan. 23, 1833 ; m. Susan Curtice, res. Nashua, 
N. H. 



382 

Nathaniel Ingalls,^ { John, \Joscph^^ Samuel,^ Edmund'^), son 
of John and Hannah ( ) Ingalls, born Ipswich, Mass., 

1755 ; married, Lucy ( ). He was a revolutionary sol- 

dier from Dunstable in Captain Bancroft's company, 1775; 
received bounty of $4.00 for a coat ; also in Captain Wiley's 
company from July, 1779, to Aug., 1780; was at the battle of 
White Plains. He moved from Tyngsboro to Gloucester, Mass., 
about 1790, and is said to have had nineteen children. 

Children : 

917 Hannah,** b. 1788; d. Aug. 29, 1877; m. ist, Samuel Mead, 2d, 
Benj. Brown of Charlestown. 

-I-918 Nathaniel,^ b. 

919 Timothy,? b. 

+920 John,^ b. 

921 Issacca,® b. 

922 George,^ b. 

923 Emily ,^ b. 

924 Lucy,'' b. 

925 Eliza,^ b. 

926 Sarah, 8 b. 



; m. Mary A. Pollard, 
m. Eliza Holman. 



SLitb (Beneration. 



408 

James Ingalls,*^ {Samuel,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Robert,^ Ed- 
mund'^), son of Samuel and Lydia (Lewis) Ingalls, born Lynn, 
1762; married July 8, 1801, Abigail Wendall, widow of 
Cloudman. He was a farmer, lived and died at Towns- 
end, Mass. 

Children : 



+ 950 
951 
952 
953 
954 
955 



Samuel,' b. 1802; m. Lucy Scales. 

Sophia," b. 1806. 

Maria,'' b. 1808. 

Thomas," b. 

Mary,'' b. 1811. 

James,'' b. 1813. 



68 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

956 Ezra Curtin,' b. Aug. 11, 181 7 ; d. Woburn, Dec. 4, 1894; m. Ruth 
B. Wyman. Ch : (957) Anna Richardson,* b. Dec. 30, 1842; m. 
Oct. 18, 1865, Robert P)., son of Robert and Mary C. (Smith) 
Jameson ; phvsician, res. Jamaica Plain, Mass. Ch : (i) Lillian, 
b. Julv 14, 1866; (2) Robert M.,h. Mays, 1868; (3) Herbert IV., 
h. Aug. 5, 1871 ; (4) Caroline IV., b. July 22, 1874; (5) Edivin P., 
b. June 8, 1880. (958) Louise Brown/ b. 1846; (959) Elizabeth 
Page,* b. 1852, 

409 

David Ingalls," {Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Samiiel^^ Robert,- Ed- 
mu7id^), son of Samuel and Lydia (lycwis) Ingalls, born Lynn, 
about 1760; married, Oct. 8, 1778, Elizabeth Lewis. 

Children, born Lynn : 

960 Elizabeth," b. Feb. 13, 1780. 

961 Hepzibah," b. Mar. 14, 1783. 

962 Hannah," b. Jan. 13, 1785; d. Nov. 25, 1792. 

963 Samuel," b. Sept. 2, 1789. 

964 Joseph," b. Mar. 27, 1791 ; d. Nov. 15, 1793. 

965 Hannah," b. Sept. 15, 1793. 

966 Joseph," b. Nov. 2, 1795. 



417 

John Ingalls,® {Nathaniel,^ Nathaniel,'' Nathaniel,^ Robert,'^ 
Edmund'^), son of Nathaniel and Mercy (Pratt) Ingalls, born 
Lynn. He was a Mariner, died 1806. John Pratt, Adm. and 
guardian of his children. 

Children, born Lynn : 

967 John," b. 1787, was a shoemaker. John Pratt Adm. of Est. 1813 ; 
Joseph Ingalls, surety; the heirs were vSusan Ingalls, Nancy 
Burrill, Nathaniel Ingalls, John Pratt, Micajah Burrill, Joseph 
Ingalls, Jr. ; wife Anna guardian of ch., (968) Nathaniel,* b. 1803 ; 
d. 1884; (969) Nancy,* b. 1807; m. Theophilus Burrill; (970) 
Susan,* b. 1810. 

971 William," b. 1791. 

972 Mary," b. 1794. 

420 

James Ingalls," {Thomas,^ Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^ Robert,^ 
Edmiuid^), son of Thomas and Elizabeth ( ) Ingalls, born 

Salem, Mass., Apr. 2, 1766; married, Sally Tewksbury. 
She died Feb. 16, 1829, age 59. He was a tavern-keeper at 
Salem and died there July 28, 1835. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 69 

Children, born Salem : 

973 Sarah," b. Mar. 28, 1788; d. Ma}' 10, 1868; m. June 26, 1808, John 

Simpson. 

974 James," b. Feb. 3, 1790; d. Chelsea, Mass., 1832; m. ist, 

Nichols of Salem, m. 2nd, Mary Spear of Boston. He was a 
brickmaker at Salem and Chelsea, two children by first wife, two 
by second. (975) Sarah, "^ m. John \V. Corey ; (976) James,* went 
to Texas; (977) Mary "^i (978) Lindsay Amory,* b. July 2, 1824; d. 
Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 4, 1885 ; m. Feb. 20, 1849, Elvira P., 
daughter of John and Sarah (Piper) Clifford, b. Gilmanton, N. H., 
May 14, 1824. He was a physician at Haverhill. Ch : (979) 
Annette Amelia,^ b. July i, 1851 ; m. F. D. Carlton, res. Chelsea. 
Ch : (i) Charlotia Beatrice, b. Sept. 2, 1873 ! d. May 27, 1901 ; (2) 
Hortense Ingalls, b. May 6, 1879 ; (3) Nettie Brezvster, b. Oct. 18, 
1883 ; d. July 20, 1885 ; (4) Grace Clifford, b. Aug. 26, 1885 ; (5) 
Guy Carol, b. Apr. 16, 1891. (980) Mary^ 
-I-981 Thomas," b. Apr. 5, 1794; m. Emeline Johnson. 

982 Frances," b. Apr. 3, 1796 ; d. June 18, 1879; m. Joshua E. Tredwell, 

b. June 21, 1794; d. Aug. 20, 1878; was a farmer at Kennebunk, 
Me. Ch: (i) Mary I., m. Orson C. Phelps. Ch : (I) Mary 
Fkances, m. Thomas E. Cornish; (II) Delia, d. y. ; (III) 
Louisa, d. y. (2) Frances Naomi, d. 1848; n. m. ; {t,) Joshua E., 
d. 1853; m. Sarah Andrews; {^) John JV., b. Mar. 6, 1821 ; m. 
July 6, 1856, Lucretia K. Cousens, b. Mar. 2, 1823; d. Mar. i, 
1899; (5) Hannah, b. June 29, 1832; m. Lewiston, Me., Oct. 28, 
1861, George Bowser, b. Feb. s, 1830. Ch : (I) Edwix T., b. 
1864; d. 1886 ; n. m. ; (II) Frank W., b. July 18, 1866 ; m. Oct. 
10, 1892, Mina Lundy, res. Kennebunk; (HI) Susan T., b. Sept. 
4, 1867, n. m. 

983 Naomi," b. Sept. 1798 ; d. Mar. 24, 1862 ; m. Samuel Hart of Boston. 

Ch: (i) George Lajayette, m. Caroline Davis. Ch : (I) Frank 
Lafayette; (II) George Samuel; (III) Edward Coburn ; 
(IV) Adelaide Naomi. 

984 Mary Ann," b. Mar. 31, 1801 ; d. Feb. 1881 ; m. May 18, 1817, 

Christopher Coates. Ch : (i) Elizabeth I., b. Apr. 17, 1828; m. 
Joseph Griggs. 

985 Hannah," b. Dec. 15, 1804; d. July 3, 1886; m. William Spencer of 

Lowell. Ch : ( I ) Elizabeth, m. Henry Burrows, Supt. Merrimack 
Mills. Ch : (I) Nellie \V. ; (II) Mary, m. John Sanborn ; (III) 
Harry, d. ; (IV) Percy. 

986 Eliza," b. Aug. 3, 1807 ; d. Aug. 21, 1847 ; n. m. 

987 Susan," b. Jan. 16, 1809; d. May 16, 1884; m. Sept. 29, 1833, 

William Orne of Boston. Ch : (i) Susan, b. 1834; d. 1839; (2) 
Caroline, b. Apr. 27, 1836, res. Brookline, n. m. ; (3) Adaline, b. 
1836 ; d. y. ; (4) Emily Frances, b. May 29, 1838 ; (5) Susan Maria, 
b. Mar. 22, 1841, res. Brookline, n. m. 

988 Abigail," b. May 3, 1812 ; d. Mar. 24, 1881 ; n. m. 



427 

John Ingalls," {Johji,^ {Joseph,'^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,'^ Ed- 
mund^), son of John and Abigail (Stocker) Ingalls, born L,ynn, 
Sept. 14, 1761 ; married, 1782, Martha Blaney, who died 
Apr. 10, 1842. He was a farmer and shoemaker at Lynn and 
Swampscott. Died May 2, 1842, 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



Children : 



989 Joseph," b. Aug. 15. 1783; d- Aug. 24, 1863; n. m. 

990 Auuc,' b. Nov. 2, 1785; d. Oct. i860; m. John Ingalls. 

991 Martha,' b. May 29, 1788; d. Dec. 25, 1863; n. m. 

992 Abigail,' b. Nov. 13, 1790; d. Sept. 1864; m. Beniah Phillips. 

Ch : (I) Amos, res. Lynn ; (2) Henry ; (3) Zacchariah ; {4) Benaige ; 
(5) Abigail. 

993 Jonathan Blaney,' b. Apr. 16, 1793; d. Lj-nn, Oct. 24, 1863; m. 

Sophia Potter of Ipswich. Ch : (994) Hannah**; (995) Mary^ 

996 Betsey," b. Oct. 10, 1795; d. Mar. 9, 1821 ; m. Richard Phillips of 

Swamscott. Ch : {,1) John I. d. 

997 Benjamin," b. Mar. 3, 1799; d. May 16, 1849; m. Mary Reynolds. 

Ch : (998) Judith'^; (999) Martha,** d. 
1000 Blaney," b. Feb. 17, 1802 ; d. Oct. 27, 1810. 
-l-iooi Ephraim," b. Sept. 25, 1805 ; m. Elizabeth Cloon. 

1002 Otis," b. Apr. 29, 1807; d. May 13, 1875; m. Nov. 29, 1832, Mary 

Ridden of Marblehead. Ch : (1002) Joseph Augustus,^ b. Oct. 

12, 1833; d. Oct. 13, 1840; (1003) Emily, 8 b. Oct. 30, 1839; d. 

Oct. I, 1848; (1004) Mary Frances,* b. June 12, 1842; (1005) 

Louise Ellis," b. June 29, 1846 ; d. Sept. 26, 1868. 

430 

Abner Ingalls,*^ {JoJm,^ Joseph,* Nathaniel,^ Robert^^ Ed- 
mu7id^) , son of John and Abigail (Stocker) Ingalls, born Lynn, 
1763; married, Oct. 11, 1789, Abigail Fuller. He lived at 
Lynn and died there Jan. 26, 1817. 

Children, born Lynn : 

1006 William Fuller,'' b. Mar. i, 1792; m. Sarah Berry. Ch : (1007) 
William Berry, * m. Elizabeth Hayes. Ch : (1008) Abigail *; 
(1009) F^unice''. (loio) Theodore*. Ch : (loii) George*. (1012) 
Francis*. Ch : (1013) Melville'^. {1014) Clarkson,* m. ; 

no children; (1015) Abner,* no children; (1016) Edward*. Ch : 
(1017) Edward E.,* m. Minnie Hackett. (1018) Sarah*; (1019) 
Mary* ; (1020) Cora*. 

1021 Benjamin," b. Dec. 4, 1797; m. Anne Brown. Ch : (1022) Charles*, 
(1023) Mary*; (1024) Rainsford*. 

1025 Alanson," b. Oct. 14, 1799; d. y. 
-f-1026 Theophilus,' b. 1800; m. Hannah Warden. 

433 

Edmund l^GAhhS,^ (Eleazer C.,^ Joseph,* Nathaniel,^ Robert ^^ 
Edmund^), son of Eleazer C. and Elizabeth ( ) Ingalls, 

born Lynn, 1763; married, June i, 1788, Huldah Bachelder. 
He was a shipwright at Lynn and died there July 20, 1824. 

Children, born Lynn : 

1027 Huldah," b. July 25, 1788; m. George Lewis. Ch : (i) Henry; 

(2) Harriet, m. Blaney Graves. No children. 

1028 Jerusha," b. Dec. 25,1790; m. Otis Newhall. Ch : (i) Parker; 

(2) Sylvanus; (3) Eustis; (4) Adeline; (5) Perry. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 71 

+1029 Joseph," b. Feb. 11, 1793; m. Alice Phillips. 

1030 William S.,^ b. Oct. 18, 1797; m. ist, Lydia H. Attwill, 2d, 
Mary A. Ashton. Ch : (1031) Sylvester William, » b. 1823; d. 
1S25 ; (1032) F~rances Elizabeth,^ b. 1827; d. 1828; (10-^3) Fran- 
ces^Elizabeth,* b. 1830; d. 1840; (1034) Martha Tuttle.^ b. 1838; 
d. 1840; (1035) Williams.^ Ch : (1036) Adelaide ^ (1037) Fred- 
erick A.^ (1038) Sarah, '^ m. Benjamin Hutchinson. 

1039 Rebecca,' b. Feb. 18, 1802 ; m. Nathaniel Burrill. Ch : (i) Augusta, 

m. Timothy Alley ; (2) Evelyti, m. Richard Smith. 

1040 Blaney," b. Apr. 18, 1804 ; m. Sarah Bancroft. Ch : (1041) Annie,* 

m. Pelton. 

1042 Albert Bachelder,^ b. Jan. 22, 1808; m. Jane Parrott. Ch : (1043) 

Charles Alberf^. 
1044 Alanson,' b. Nov. 30, 1810; m. Elizabeth Proctor. 



439 

Collins Ingalls,*' {Eleazer C.,^ Joseph,'^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,'^ 
Edmu7id}), son of Eleazer C. and Elizabeth ( ) Ingalls, 

born Ej'nn, 1772 ; married, Marblehead, June 30, 1793, Mary 
Hickman. She died Oct. 29, 1848, age 77. He died at 
Marblehead, Apr. 3, 1821. 

Children : 

1045 Nathaniel Collins,' bapt. Aug. 10, 1795; d. Marblehead, Oct. i, 

1833; m. Dec. 15, 1829, Rebecca M. Trail. 

1046 Rebecca ". 

1047 Eleazer ". 

1048 Sarah "^ . 

1049 Elizabeth ". 

1050 Joseph "^ . 

105 1 Lydia'. 

1052 Wilson ". 

444 

William Ingalls," {William^-' William,'^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,^ 
Edmund^), son of William Ingalls, born Sullivan, Me., Sept. 
14, 1763 ; married, first, Dec. 28, 1787, Olive Preble. She 
was born in Old York, Me., Sept. 13, 1768; married, second, 
Nov. 1816, Elizabeth Stevens of Eden, Me. He lived and 
died at Sullivan. 

Children : 

1053 Cynthia,' b. Oct. 7, 1790; d. 1815 ; m. Dr. Samuel Briggs. No 

children. 

1054 William,' b. Sept. 25. 1793 ; d. y. 

-I-1055 Samuel Simpson,' b. Dec. 11, 1795 ; m. Caroline Thomas. 

1056 Eben,' b. Jan. i, 1798; lost at sea ; n. m. 

1057 John,' b. Apr. 5, 1800; was captain of a vessel and lost at sea. 

He m. at Newbern, N. C. Ch : (1058) William*; (1059) John,« 
who was a druggist at Columbia, S. C. 



72 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1060 Barnard Tucker,' b. Apr. 5, 1804 ; m. Rebecca Allen. He was a 
sea captain ; with several other families moved to Pittsburg, 
Pa., and engaged in farming. Ch : (1061) Osborn,* d. y.; (1062) 
William John,* lived at Chartiers, Pa.; (1063) Thomas,* last 
heard of at Pittsburg. 

1064 Olive Preble," b. Feb. 12, 1809; d. June 17, 1840 ; n. m. 
-f-1065 Benjamin Franklin,'' b. July 12, 1812 ; m. Sophronia Thomas. 

1066 Cynthia Briggs," b. Apr. 11, 1815 ; d. Sept. 9, 1868; m. Dec. 31, 

1837, Samuel Dame of Shapleigh, Me. Ch : 
(i) IVilliam S., b. Abington, Mass., Sept. 26, 1838; d. Dec. 5, 
1892 ; m. Elojdnza Berry of Bath, Me. 

(2) Charles H., b. Apr. 21, 1840 ; d. Oct. 16, 1840. 

(3) Francis S., b. Boston, Sept. 14, 1841 ; named changed in 1869 

to Franklin B. Ingalls ; m. Oct. 29, 1869, Ella F. Jordan of 
Ellsworth, Me. He served in the 14th N. H. battery, 1864 ; 
w^as detailed as clerk in Sustenance Dept., and then in full 
charge of the Brig, and Div. Commissary Depts. under 
Generals Banks, Canby, Sherman and Terry. He is now a 
commission coal dealer at Boston. 

(4) /o/iii //., b. Apr. 8, 1844; killed at Port Hudson, May 25, 

1863, 38th Mass. Regt. 

(5) Emomiel ]V.,h. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 14, 1847; d. Jan. 5, 

I853-- 

(6) Eugene Herbert, b. Steuben, Me., Mar. 1850; m. Annie D. 

Torrey. His name changed to Ingalls. Ch : (I) Annie 
Davenport, b. Feb. 24, 1874 ; (II) George Torrey, b. 
Dec. 6, 1876; res. Melrose, Mass.; (Ill) Charles Edward, 
b. Sept. 14, 1878; (IV) Horatio Burdett, b. May 15, 1880; 
(V) Louise Steele, b. Oct. 8, 1883 ; (VI) Winslow Davis, 
b. Jan. 15, 1885; (VII) Kenneth, b. Mar. 25, 1888; d. 
1890. 

(7) Isabella C, b. Sullivan, June 13, 1852 ; m. Elmer R. Smith. 

(8) Sarah Eatoti, b. Boston, Mar. 8, 1855 ; d. Apr. 22, 1901 ; n.m. 

(9) Mary Lotiise, b. Oct. 5, 1859. 

448 

Samuel Ingalls,*^ ( William,^ William,'^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,^ 
Edmu7id^), son of William Ingalls, born Sullivan, Me., 1767; 
married, Jan. 7, 1794, Abigail Wooster. She was born Dec. 
10, 1773. He lived and died at Sullivan. 

Children : 

1067 Matilda," b. May i, 1795; m. Nov. 1815, William Butler of Frank- 

lin, Me. 

1068 Abigail," b. Jan. 12, 1797; d. Apr. 10, 1861 ; n. m. 

1069 Samuel," b. Feb. 2, 1799; m. Mar. 1829, Jane Bragdon. He lived 

at Sullivan. Ch : (1070) Helen M.,* b. Dec. 3, 1830; m. John A. 
Dame of Ossipee, N. H. ; (1071) Eben G.,* b. Dec. 15, 1832, d. 
Wyoming, May 7, 1882 ; m. Mae Foster, left two children ; 
(1072) Dorcas F.,"^ b. Dec. 16, 1834; d. y. ; (1073) Hymenia C.,^ 
b. Jan. 9, 1837; m. Aug. 22, 1861, Augustus Faxon of Stowe, 
Mass., had three children ; (1074) Cynthia J., ^ b. May 14, 1841 ; 
d. Stowe, Mass. ; m. Joseph Preble, had two children. 
1075 Maria," b. June 27, 1801 ; m. Jan. 1825, Enos Foster; had six 
children. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF I.YNN. 73 

1076 JuliaJ b. Nov. 20, 1803 ; m. Apr. 7, 1825, Asa Whitt. Ch : (1) Asa 

D., m. 1863, Mary Doyle, res. Sullivan, one child ; (2) Augusta, 
m. x^ddison Pool of Rockport, Mass., three children ; (3) 
Caroline, m. Whitten ; (4) Alma ^., d. n. m ; (5) Ne^vton 

C. ; (6) Stillman W. 

1077 Emma," b. Nov. 8, 1805; m. Dec. 10, 1827, Jabez S. Foster. Ch : 

(i) Charles IV., m. Sarah J. Dyer; (2) Mora M., m. James Dyer 
of Millbridge, Me.; (3) George S., m. Mary Ingalls, res. Los 
Angeles, Cal. ; (4) Gilbert, m. Harriet Abbott, res. Concord, 
N. H. ; (5) Ophelia E., m. Curtis Burnham of Cherrylield, Me. 

1078 David,'' b. Oct. 31, t8o8 ; m. Mary . He d. Astoria, O. ; they 

had two children lost bj^ shipwreck, also (1079) Sylvester G." ; 
(1080) Frank. 8 

449 

John Ingalls," {William,^ William,'' Nathaniel,^ Robertr Ed- 
viund^), sou of William Ingalls, born Sullivan, Me., May 16, 
1771 ; married, first. Mar. 8, 1796, Rebecca Belcher New- 
ton. She was born May 13, 1776; died, Nov. 4, 1805. Mar- 
ried, second, Nov. 26, 1807, Sarah Cheney. She was born 
St. Andrews, N. B., Feb. 16, 1783. He moved to Grand Me- 
nan, N. B., in 1800, engaged in fishing and farming, and died 
there Sept. 15, 1831. 

Children by Rebecca Newton : 

1081 Philip Newton," b. Dec. 31, 1796; m. Jan. 11, 1825, Hannah Amelia 

Newton. He was drowned at Grand Menan, Oct. 5, 1827. Ch : 

(1082) Newton Shepard, 8 b. Oct. i, 1826; m. Aug. 21, 1848, Emily 

Ann, daughter of Asa and Eliza G. (Myrick) Wood, b. 

New Bedford, Mass., Dec. 23, 1826. He is a cabinet 

maker at Cambridgeport, Mass. Ch : b. New Bedford : 

(1083) Isabella Isadora,^ b. June 5, 1849 ; ci. Apr. 10, 1882, 

Valentine Jones of Garrettsville, O.; (1084) Alice Swanson,® 

b. June 26, 1855; (1085) Amelia Shepard,^b. June 26, 1855; 

d. Aug. 14, 1855. 

1086 Sarah Elizabeth,'' b. Dec. 18, 1799; m. Oct. 10, 1819, Wilford 

Fisher. 

1087 John,^ b. July 14, 1801 ; m. Apr. 17, 1825, Margaret Gatcomb. 

He was a ship carpenter at Machiasport, Me.; d. Feb. 26, 1870. 
Ch: 

(1088) Sarah Elizabeth, ^ m. Francis Hale. Ch : {\) John Nezvton; 

{■2) Arthur James; (3) Carrie Emina; (4) Oscar Ingalls. 

(1089) Rebecca Newton,* m. James Hall. 

(1090) John, 8 m. Rebecca Kendrick. No children. 

(1091) James Wesley,^ b. Jan. 31, 1841 ; m. Dec. 25, 1866, Ruth, a 

daughter of John and I'rania (Gatcomb) Frye, b. Cutler, 
Me., May 28, 1847. ^^ is a seaman at Machiasport, Me. 
Ch : (1092) Minnie Helen, 9 b. Jan. 24, 1868; (1093) Charles 
Wesley,^ b. Nov. 22, 1871. 

(1094) Emily M.,* n. m. 

(1095) Daniel Melville, ^ m. Abby M. Thompson. Ch : (1096) Attie 9; 

(1097) Herman-'; (1098) Frank^; (1099) Eugene^; (iioo) 
Graced, 
iioi Rebecca Belcher,'' b. July 20, 1803; m. ist, Aug. 15, 1822, vSamuel 
Kent, 2d, 1837, Joel Ingersoll. 



4 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children by Sarah Chene}' : 

1102 vSamuel,^ b. Nov. 27, 1808; m. Apr. 28, 1831, Jaue Randall, lived 

at E. Machias, Me. 

1103 William," b. Aug. 14, 1810; m. ist, Nov. 16, 1831, Sarah J. Shep- 

pard, 2d, Loriuda Cheney, 3d, Charlotte Guptill. He lived 
at Grand Menan. 

1104 Charles," b. May 27, 1813 ; m. Sept. 17, 1850, Mary Eliza, daughter 

of Samuel and Fannie (Henry) Cheney, b. May 6, 1834. He is 
a farmer and trader at Grand Harbor, Grand Menan. Ch : 
(1 105) Charles Napier,^ b. Dec. 13, 1853 ; m. Dec. 7, 1886, Eveline 
Blackford; (1106) Fannie Elleva,^ b. Oct. 6, 1855; m. Nov. 16, 
1872, Stillman Geel of E. Machias; (1107) Chelsea Brittian,* 
b. June 16, 1861; m. Aug. 30, 1881, Sophronia Cook; (1108) 
Mary Amelia, ^ b. Nov. 16, 1867; (1109) John,** b. July 16, 1870. 

mo Alden," drowned yoang. 

nil David Preble," b. Sept. 22, 1820; m. ist, Nov. 23, 1845, Jane 
Benson, 2d, Amelia Wilcox. 



450 

John Norwood Ingalls,'^ (^Jonathan N'.,^ William ^^ Nathan- 
iel,^ Robert^'' Edmu7id^), son of Jonathan N. and Hannah (J03') 
Ingalls, born Newburyport, Mass., 1769; married, July 19, 
1797, Ann Pkarson, daughter of Nathaniel and Anne (Pear- 
son) Newman. She was born Jan. 2, 1773; died, Bath, Me., 
Jan. 18, 1838. He was a pump and block maker at Bath, and 
died there Mar. 4, 1829. 

Children : 

1112 John Norwood,' b. Newburyport, June 30, 1798, had a son (1113) 
John,^ who was cashier of a bank at Zanesville, Ohio, he had 
(1 114) Agnes. ^ 

1115 Joseph Newman,'^ b. July 12, 1799 ; d. Aug. 6, 1800. 

1 1 16 Joseph Newman,^ b. Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 29, 1800; d. Apr. 

12, 1870. 
+ 1117 George Joy,' b. Rath, Me., Sept. 10, 1802; m. Abby Devereux. 

1 118 Helena .Vnn," b. Jan. 3, 1804; d. June 24, 1805. 

1 1 19 Helena Ann," b. Sept. 16, 1805; d. Feb. 16, 181 1. 

1120 David,'' b. Dec. 9, 1806; m. Mary Campbell Hency. He was in 

the lumber business in Cal. Ch : (1121) David, ^b. Bath, Apr. 7, 
1847; n. m., is a government clerk at Washington; (1122) 
Clarence, 8 res. Revere, Mass. 

1123 Augeline,' b. Nov. 18, 1808; m. Horton of Newburyport. 

1124 Sarah Ann," b. July 21, 1811 ; d. 1879; m. ist. Dr. Goodwin of 

Newburyport ; 2d. 

1125 Henrietta,' b. Nov. 28, 1812; d. Nov. 13, 1825. 

1126 Zeruiah Koby,' b. Oct. 23, 1820; d. Oct. 21, 1847. 

1127 William," b. Feb. 27, 1821 ; d. 1885. He was city engineer at Bath 

for many years. 

1 128 Harriet Pearson,' b. Sept. 7, 1822 ; d. May 1, 1830. 

1129 Albion Cyrus,' b. Nov. 4, 1823. He was a carver and lived at 

Hoboken, N. J., when last heard from. 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 75 

451 

Joseph Hilton Ingalls,*^ {Jonathan N.,^ William,^ Nathan- 
iel,^ Robert ^^ Edmund'^) son of Jonathan and Hannah (Joy) 
Ingalls, born Macibury, N. H., May 24, 1775 ; married, Comfort 
Weeks of Wheelock, Vt. She was born i\ug. 13, 1780 ; died, 
Sheffield, Vt., Nov. 22, 1849. He was bound out until of age, 
then went into the wilderness and cleared land for a home. 
This he sold, and after his marriage in 1800, moved to Sheffield, 
Vt. He was a Justice of the Peace twenty years. Representa- 
tive to the Legislature thirteen years and Senator one year. 
His was a remarkable family ; with his wife and ten children 
their united weight was 2400 pounds, and none of the boys were 
less than six feet, the tallest being six feet three inches. He 
was a farmer and trader and accumulated what was considered 
for those days quite a fortune. He died June 14, 1850. 

Children, born Sheffield : 

1130 Nancy,'' b. Nov. 29, 1801 ; d. Nov. 21, 1874; m. Jonathan Rich- 

ardson, who d. Nov. 23, 1868. Ch : (i) Joseph H. I., b. 
Mar. 29, 1826; d. Nov. 8, i860; m. Maria L. McGaffey, lived 
Sutton, Vt. Cb : (I) Fayette M., b. May 10, 1856, res. Lyndon- 
ville ; (II) William H. b. Feb. 13, i860; m. Gertrude Grow ; 
res. Cal. (2) Malachi Laugdon, b. Apr. 20, 1828; d. Jan. 19, 
1896; m. 1850 Juliett C. Dow. No children. (3) Comfort Clar- 
inda, b. Apr. 5, 1830; m. 1852, Rockwell D. Richardson. No 
children. (4) Sarah Bethalia, b. May x6, 1832 ; m. ist, 1858, 
Touman Ball, 2d, 1875, Demerritt Davis. No children. (5) 
jMartha Ingalls, b. Oct. 21, 1835 ; m. 1863, Perry C. Dean. No 
children, {d) Jonathan Weeks, b. Dec. 7, 1837. 

1131 vSusanna,' b. Jul}' 5, 1803; d. June 22, 1871 ; m. Francis Jenness. 

Ch : (i) Cornelia, b. Jan. 6, 1826; d. St. Johnsbury, July 15, 
1892; m. David Trull; (2) Azro A., b. Jan. 5, 1828; res. 
Glover, Vt. 

1132 John Person,'' b. June 25, 1805; d. Sheffield, June 21, 1874; m. 

Sept. 20, 1827, Charlotte Cook Bradley, b. Jan. 11, 1809; d. July 
4, 1889. He was a farmer at Sheffield, held most of the impor- 
tant town offices, Rep. to Legislature, and Asst. County Judge 
two terms ; d. June i, 1874. Ch : 
(1133) Bradley,^ b. Dec. 29, 1828; m. Dec. 20, 1855, Vienna D., 
daughter of Nathaniel and Louisa N. (Lanpher) Hart, she 
born Feb. 27, 1833. He is owner of a large stock farm and 
identified with the leading interests of Sheffield, School 
Director and Justice of the Peace. Ch : (1134) Hattie 
Maria, 8 b. Feb. 17, 1S60 ; d. Sept. 4, 1884; (1135) Flora 
Louise," b. Feb. 3, 1863; d. Dec. 29, 1864; (1136) Jennie 
Louise,'-' b. May 6, 1864; m. Nov. 27, 1890, W. J. Smith, 
school teacher at Sheffield. Ch : (i) Cecil I 7ig alls, b. Apr. 
29, 1900. 

(1137) Lucy Ann,* b. Aug. 31, 1830; m. Horace Drown, who d. Aug. 

31, 1882. No children. 

(1138) Harriet Bradley,^ b. Mar. 11, 1833; d. Aug. 11, 1856; n. m. 



70 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

iiig Joshua Weeks," b. Mar. 2. 1807; d. Sheffield, Apr. 16, 1872; m. 

Dec. 25, 1832, Margaret Willey, b. Oct. 24, 1811 ; d. May 17, 

187^,. He was a farmer at Sheffield. Ch : 

(ri4o) Charles,8 b. May 5, 1834; m. Dec. 19, 1891, Mary J. Williams. 

He is a farmer at Sheffield, held town offices and Rep. to 

Legislature. No children. 

(1 141) Adeline,* b. June 25, 1836; d. May 17, 1873; m. 1871, Demer- 

ritt Davis, who d. Nov. 10, 1876. 

(1 142) Alonzo,* b. June 8, 1844 ; d. y. 

1 143 Hollis," b. Dec. 11, 1808; d. y. 

1144 Hollis.Mj. Oct. 31, 1809; m. Apr. 22, 1834, Maria Carter, shed. 

May 25, 1867; m. 2d, Dec. 17, 1867, Diana Payne. Ch : 

(1 145) Comfort, « b. Jan. 2, 1835 ; m. Mar. 15, 1854, Moses H. Brown. 

Ch: (i) Foster Irvin, b. Jan. 25, 1858; m. Jan. i, 1882, 
Lydia W. Ham, res. Sheffield. Ch : (I) Irvin Clarence. 
b.'Oct. 20, 1882. (2) Hollis JV., h. Aug. 7, i860; m. Jan. 
I, 1882, Helen E. Houghton, res. Kirby. Ch : (I) Erwin 
J., b. Oct. 7, 1887. (3) Josephine Maria, b. Oct. 18, 1865; 
m. June 21, 1891, Samuel R. Everett, res. Hanover, N. H. 
No children. 

(1 146) Mary Carter,^ b. Jan. 2, 1835 ; m. Mar. 16, 1859, Selma Davis, 

res. Sheffield. Ch : (i) Emma Jane, h. ^uly 16,1860; m. 
Jan. 5, 1885, James C. King, res. Sheffield. Ch : (I) 
Florkxce May (King), b. Nov. 11, 1885. (2) Lydia 
Maria, b. Sept. 20, 1862; d. Sept. 14, 1865; {},) Harley 
Lincoln, b. Jan. 9,1865; m. Aug. 28, 1895, Bertie Way, res. 
Sheffield ; (4) Flora May, b. Sept. 18, 1867 ; d. Sept. i, 1892 ; 
(5) Abbie A., d. y.; (6) Etta Bell, b. Apr. 9, 1877 ; m. Sept. 
1896, John R. Phillips, res. Sheffield; (7) Harry Elisha, 
b. Jan. 2, 1879. 

(1147) Joseph Hilton,* b. Jan. 9, 1841 ; m. ist, Lenora Dow, 2d, 

Phila Stimson. He res. Lyndon, Vt. Ch : (i 148) George 
Bradley,'* b. Feb. 16, i860; m. June 22, 1896, Isabel Hall, 
res. Plattsburg, N. Y. Ch : (1149) Flora Berth a, i'^ b. Mar. 
25, 1897. (1150) Laura May,^ b. Sept. 18, 1868; m. Aug. 
30, 1892, William Hill Brown, res. Lyndon. Ch : (i) 
Harold Per ley, b. 
1 151 Martha," b. Jan. i, 1812, m. William Welch. 

1155 Clarissa,^ b. Oct. 14, 1813 ; m. Nathaniel Elkins. Ch : (i) Johti, 
b. Apr. 20, 1835 ; (2) Orolana, b. Oct. 18, 1836 ; (3) Harrison, 
b. Nov. 18, 1838; (4) Comfort, b. Dec. 22, 1840; (5) Maiy, b. 
Nov. 10, 1842. 
1153 Joseph, '^ b. July 30, 1815; m. July 10, 1838, Dolly M. Towusend, 
b. May 30, 1819. He was a farmer at Sheffield and died there 
May 26, 1892. Ch: 
(1154) James Olin,* b. Apr. 18, 1840; m. ist, Mary E. Mastin, 2d, 
Laura A. Drown. He res. at Chicago. Ch : (ii54)Osman 
Mastin, '■• b. Nov. 4, 1864; d. Dec. 25, 1897; (1155) Frank 
Herbert,^ b. Oct. 30, 1869; m. May Fisher, res. Sheffield. 
Ch : (1156) Lionel Townsend,!*' b. Jan. 20, 1900; (1157) 
Edna Laura, 1° b. July 2, 1902. 
1158 Charles," b. Nov. 13, 1817; m. ist, 1839, Candace Ayer, she d. 
Apr. 22, 1855; m. 2d, 1855, Mary Carlton Ayer. He was a 
farmer at Lyndon, and d. Apr. 9, 1892. Ch : 

(1159) Charles Harvey,* b. Dec. 25, 1842; m. Dec. 30, 1866, Sarah 

Lawrence Jones. He ser%'ed three years in the Civil War, 
is now a farmer and grain dealer at Ljmdon. No children. 

(1160) Alonzo Lewis,* b. Jan. 10, 1850; m. Jan. 13, 1876, Lucy Ann 

Jones. He is a farmer, grain dealer and bank director at 
Lyndon. No children. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAIXS, OF LYNN. 77 

1161 Chauncey Langdon,' b. June 4, 1820; ni. Jan. 29, 1852, Nancy, 
daughter of Stephen and Elmira (vSanborn) Morgan, b. 
Wheelock, Vt., INIay 13, 1830. He was a merchant, held many 
town offices at Sheffield, member of the Legislature; d. Dec. 
20, 1873. Ch: (1 162) Lillian Jennette,^ b. Jan. 9, 1857; m. 
David Hoyt and res. Waterloo, Wis. No children. 



453 

Henry Ingalls,^ {Amos,^ Hemy,^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,"^ Ed- 
vmnd^), son of Amos and Mary (Ingalls) Ingalls, born Lynn; 
married, Apr. 5, 1790, Susanna Brown. He lived and died 
at Ivjmn. 

Children, born Lynn : 

1 162 Amos," b. Dec. 19, 1787. 

1163 Elizabeth," b. Jan. 19, 1789; m. July 2, 1820, Isaac Wyman of 

Marblehead. 
+ 1164 James," b. Jan. 19, 1789; m. Lorana Withey. 

1165 Sarah," b. Mav 23, 1792 ; d. Sept. 3, 1872 ; m. Oct. 11, 1812. James 

Withey. Ch:^) Amos,h. Aug. 4, 1813 ; d. Apr. 7, 1885; (2) 
Jo/!/!, b. Aug. 30, 1814; (3) Susan B., b. Mar. 11, 1816; (4) Mary, 
b. Feb. 23, 1818; (5) Moses H., b. Dec. 12, 1820; d. May 17, 1856. 

1166 Charles," b. Nov. 19, 1799. 

1 167 Mary," b. Oct. 28, 1803; m. Sept. 28, 1819, John Ingalls, son of 

Nathan and Jane (Brown) Mudge, had thirteen children. 



458 

Richard Ingai^ls.® {Jacob,^ Jacob,"" Nathaniel,^ Robcrt^^ Ed- 
mund^'), son of Jacob and Martha (Lewis) Ingalls, born Lynn, 
1781 ; married, Sarah Clarke. He was a shoe manufacturer 
and called Major Richard. Died Lymi, 18 10. 

Children, born Lynn : 

1 168 Sidney," b. Aug. 1816 ; d. Lynn, Sept. 24, 1848; m. Sarah Ann 
Choate. He was a wholesale grocer and produce dealer, largely 
interested in shipping. Ch : (1169) Richard, ^ d. y. ; (1170) 
Ignatius Pierpont,Mj. Aug. 16. 1831 ; d. Nov. 8. 1896; n. m. ; 
(1171) Annie Maria,* b. Jan. 25, 1834; d. Nov. 7, 1859; m. Nov. 
26, 1857, Alexander McCullough Stetson of New York City. 
Ch: (I) Annie Ingalls, m. John L. Humphrey, he d. Aug. 12, 
1899. Ch: (I) Francis, res. Rochester, N. Y. (1172) Charles 
Sidney,* b. Mar. 19, 1837; d. June, 1894; m. ist, Lucy Tapley, 
2d, Caroline Augusta Pitman. Ch : (1173) Mabel Estelle,^ res. 
Swampscott. (1174) Frances vSarah,® b. May 22, 1S40, res. 
Rochester, N. Y. ; (1175) William C.,» n. m. ; ('w/S) Edward A.,^ 
d. 1849 ; (1 177) Sidney, 8 m. Edna Folsom, res. Lynn, no children. 



78 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

459 

Jacob Ingaij.s,® {Jacob!' Jacob,^ Nathaniel ,^ Robcrt^^ Ed- 
mund'^), son of Jacob and Martha (Lewis) Ingalls, born Lynn, 
1786 ; married Rebecca Brown. He was a shoe manufacturer 
at Lynn. Prominent in the affairs of that city ; Representative 
to the Legislature sixteen years. Died Lynn, Apr. 13, 1834. 

Children, born Lynn : 

1 1 78 Sarah Ann,' b. May 17, 1812 ; d. May 31, 1834. 

1179 Louisa Jaue,' b. May 26, 1813; d. 1834. 

1180 Warren,' b. Aug. 28, 1814; d. 1846. 

1181 Euieline," b. Dec. 2, 1815 ; d. 

1 182 Augusta Matilda,' b. Oct. 9, 1816. 

1183 Rebecca Helen," b. May 9, 1818; m. Nov. 9, 1841, John vSmith of 

Rutland, Vt., moved to Brockport, N. Y. Ch : (i) Edward, d. 
1890; (2) Charles, d. 1878; (3) Daughter; (4) Fannie, ra.. Rev. 
John C. Collins. 

1 184 Jacob Sumner,^ b. Sept. 12, 1819; d. 1838. 

1 185 Cordelia Angeline,^ b. Mar. 4, 1821. 

1 186 Susan Stocker," b. Jan. 16, 1823; d. 

1 187 Horatio," b. Oct. 25, 1824; d. Oct. 28, 1893 ; m. Dec. 1852, Harriet 

G. Follet; she b. Lynn, June 7,1833; d. Feb. 12, 1868. Ch : 
(1 188) Alice M.8 b. Sept. 13, 1853 ; m. Feb. 23, 1876, William H. 
Burrows of Lynn. Ch : {i) Waiter I. Burrows, h. May 14, 1880. 

1189 Martha Maria," b. Mar. 17, 1826 ; d. 1828. 

1 190 Edwin Brown,' b. Mar. 13, 1828 ; d. 1851. 

+ 1191 Lucius,' b. Nov. 15, 1831 ; m. Martha Jarvis. 



491 

Samuel Ingalls,® (/ohn,^/o/in,* Eleazer,^ Robert,'^ Ed77i7md^), 
son of John and Mary (Boardman) Ingalls, baptized Marble- 
head. Mass., July 13, 1763; married, Jan. 13, 1788, Sarah 
Penn. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

1192 Samuel," bapt. Nov. 11, 1787; prob. m. Feb. 24, 1817, Ann F. 

Robinson. 

1 193 Sarah,' bapt. Mar. 14, 1790; prob. m. Jan. 26, 1812, Abraham F. 

Stone. 

1194 Elizabeth," bapt. Feb. 19, 1792. 

1195 Philip Penn,' bapt. June 25, 1795. 

1 196 John,' bapt. July 30, 1797 ; prob. m. Aug. 9, 1829, Mary Perry. 



499 

Joseph Ingalls," {John-' John,^ Elcazcr,^ Robert;- Edmund^), 
son of John and Mary (Boardman) Ingalls, born Marblehead, 
Mass., Mar. 16, 1779; married, 1804, Margaret Prentiss, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 79 

widow of his brother, William. She died Oct. 8, 1853. He 
was a cooper at Marblehead. During the war of 181 2, was a 
privateer, being captured was confined in Halifax prison. He 
died 1862. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

1197 Margaret." b. Oct. 29, 1805; d. May 13, 1827; m. Apr. i, 1824 

George B. Hiller. 

1198 Abigail Prentiss,' b. Sept. 8, 1S07 ; in. Oct. 26, 1828, John C. Xoyes 

1 199 Grace Bubier," b. Aug. 6, 1809 ; d. Aug. 19. 1809. 

1200 Joseph William," b. Mar. 19, 1815 ; m. May 3, 1835, Almira Adams 

she d. Feb. 9, 1891, age 76. He d. Marblehead, Feb. 19, 1886 
Ch : (1201) William H.,^ res. Marblehead; (1202) Samuel A.,^ 
(1203) Thomas, s b. Sept. 3, 1848; d. July 9, 1887; n. m. ; (1204) 
Margaret Prentiss,* b. 1853 ; (1205) Emily, ^ b. 1853 ; d. y. 
(1206) John,^ b. 1846; d. in army, Feb. 16, 1863; (1207) Emily, ^ 
b. 1856; d. Jan. 19, 1861. 

503 

William Ingalls,*^ {Jo/ni,'" William,* Eleazcr,^ Robert,'^ Ed- 
mund^), son of John and Elizabeth (Ashton) Ingalls, baptized 
Marblehead, Apr. 17, 1757; married, Mar. 11, 1780, Sarah 
HiNES. He died about 1786, and she married, Feb. 12, 1786, 
John Hines. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

1208 Elizabeth," bapt. June 2, 1782. 

1209 John," bapt. Feb. 29, 1784; prob. m. Jan. 11, 1807, Hannah 

Devereaux. 

1210 Samuel," bapt. Mar. 19, 1786. 

1211 Eleazer," bapt. Nov. 11, 1787. 



504 

JOHX Ingalls,*^ (/(9//«,* Williatn,* Eleazer,"^ Robert^- Edmund^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Ashton) Ingalls, baptized Marble- 
head, Aug. 5, 1759 ; married, May 6, 1786, Elizabeth Brown. 
She died May 12, 1812. William Sewell was Adm. of his estate 
in 1794. 

Children : 

1212 Mary," bapt. Mar. 13, 1787. A Mary m. Feb. 2, 1806, Moses Guil- 

ford, and Mary m. Dec. 3, 1897, John Brown, Jr. 

1213 John," bapt. Mar. 4, 1789; m. 1804, Sarah Leach. He d. Marble- 

head, June 26, 1827. Ch : (1214) Hannah L.,^ m. May 12, 1827 ; 
Thomas Cogswell of Chelmsford. 

1215 Richard Brown," bapt. Apr. 8, 1791. 

1216 William,'' bapt. June 19, 1796. 



80 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

505 

Tiicnivs Inc;alls,« Uohn;" William,' Eleazer,' Robert;' Ed- 
mund') sou of John and Elizabeth (Ashton) Ingalls, born 
Marblehead. Mass., July i6, 1762; married, Mar. 3, 1787, 
Mary Bassett. He died at Marblehead July 16, 1816. 
Children, born Marblehead: 

1217 Michael Bassett,'^ bapt. Mar. 6, 1794. 

1218 Michael,' b. June 19, 1796- 

4-1219 John,' b.Oct. 6, 1797; lu- Martha Knapp. 

1220 Thomas," b. 

1221 Elizabeth,' b. 

510 

EbKNKzer Ingalls,'^ {Heyiry,'' Ebenezer,' Edmund,^ John: 
Edmund'), son of Henry and Sybil (Carpenter) Ingalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., 1771 ; married Mary Mann. He was a 
farmer at Hebron, Ohio, and died there. 

Children : 

1222 Vbram ' b. ; d. Border Plains, la ; m. ist, Mehitable, daughter 
" of James and Mehitable (Ingalls) Ballou, had four children ; 

m 2d , had three children as follows : T. B. Ingalls, 

Mrs. 'g. L. Barger, res. Border Plains ; J. B. Ingalls, res. 

Lehigh, la. ^ ,. t^ ^ 1 n-i 

(122^) vSebra.s b. ; m. George W. Eaglm, res. Patoka, 111. 

(1224) HenrvBallou,8b. Jennings Co.-, Ind ; d Nov. I5- 1880; m. 
Mary Elizabeth, she d. Dec. 25, 1884. He lived at Urbana, 
111.; served in Civil War three j-ears, m Co. B,_ 76th 111. 
Vol Inf. Ch: (1225) Francis Augustus,^ b. Cincinnati, 
O. July 28, 1849; m. Nov. 5, 1874, Louisa S., daughter of 
Eli and Miranda (Holland) Garrott. He is a painter for 
"Big Four R. R." at Urbana; has been town clerk hve 
years. Ch : (1226) Charles Henry, 10 b. Jan. 28, 1877; 
(1227) Eli, 10 b. Mar. 8. 1879; d. y.; (1228) Jessie Garfield,io 
b Sept. 22, 1881. (1229) Mary Jane,« m. John Marshall 
Chase, res. Urbana. Ch : (i) Enain Ingalls; (2) Leitra 
Gertrude. (1230) William Melvin,^ m. Emma Erwm, res. 
Urbana. Ch : (1231) Horace Ballou 10. 

( 1 2x1) I^xicv ^ 

12^3 Abram,8 ,3. Dec. 29, 1822; d. vSt. Paris, O.. May 14, 1891 ; ni. 
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 5. 1844. Elizabeth Mitchell of Hams- 
burg, Pa. He lived at Cincinnati and St. Pans ; served 
three years in 66th Ohio Inf. Ch : (1234) Mary Amenca,» 
b. Sept. I, T845; d. June 28, 1847 ; (1235) Joseph Rpdefer,^ 
b. June 26, 1848; d. July 22, 1849; (1236) John Mitchell,' 
b July 14, 1856; in. Dec. 15, 1878, Elizabeth Leamnon, b. 
Aug 21, 1862. He res.' St. Paris. Ch : (1237) Elelah 
Malota.io b. June 3, 1880; d. Aug. 22, 1881; (1238) Walter 
James Abram," b. Feb. 3, 1888; (1239) Rebecca Mary,io 
b. Oct. 30, 1899. 

1240 Rufus'. 

1 241 Hiram'. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 81 

1242 Isaac,' b. June 25, 1815 ; m. Mar. 21, 1851, Portia Howard, b. Mary- 
land, June 10, 1825 ; d. June 21, 1879. He d. Odin, 111., May 
31, 1875. Ch: (1243) Lawful, » b. Mar. 17, 1853; (1244) Olive, ^ 
b. Apr. 30, 1855, res. Larkspurr, Col.; (1245) Ida,^ b. May 8, 
1857; m. Sept. 21, 1878, George N. Williams of Odin. Ch : 
(i) Claude Ingalls, b. Oct. 25, 1881. (1246) Pearl L.,^ b. Apr. 15, 
1861 ; m. Marie Burton. He is a hotel proprietor at White- 
hall, 111.; (1247) Clease,** b. May 15, 1864; (1248) George,^ b. 
June 23, 1865; (1249) Coza,^ b. Oct. 23, 1867; (1250) Albert G.,^ 
b. Mar. 31, 1871. 

1251 Ebeuezer'. 

1252 Candus '. 

1253 Olive'. 

1254 Roxie'. 

1255 Mary '. 

1256 Eliza'. 

519 

John Wheeler Ingalls,* {Ebenezer^^ Ebenezer,^ Edmund,^ 

John,- Edmimd^), son of Ebenezer and Rachel (Wheeler) Ingalls, 

born Rehoboth, Mass., July 5, 1774; married Rachel Wat- 

TERMAN. He was a farmer, and died Earlville, N. Y., Feb. 

17. 1858- 

Children, born Brookfield, N. Y. : 

1257 Roxy,' b. Sept. 3, 1805; d. Jan. 13, 1836. 

1258 David Watterman,' b. Apr. 14, 1808; m. Lurina Lee. He d. 

Hamilton, N. Y., Mar. 18, 1891. Ch : (1259) John Watterman,^ 
b. Hamilton, Apr. 17, 1845 ^ °i- ^3,n. 5, 1865, Mary A., daughter 
of Hazaver and Flovilla (Parsons) Wilcox, b. Smyrna, N. Y., 
Sept. 30, 1844. He is a merchant at Little Falls, N. Y. Ch : 
(1260) David Wilcox,'^ b. Groton, N. Y., Oct. 29, 1866; grad. 
N. Y. Homeo. Med. Col., 1893; resident physician 1894, now in 
practice at Bridgeport, Conn. (1261) Roxa," b. May 21, 1846; 
m. L. W. Medbury, res. Hamilton. Ch : (i) David W. ; (2) 
Dewitt,J. ; (3) Fitch H. (1262) Sophronia A.,^ m. Wilcox. 

Ch : (I) Charles, B., farmer Earlville ; (2) George E. ; (3) Mary 
L., m. Chapman, res. Smyrna. 

1263 Sophronia,' b. June 20, 181 1 ; d. Sept. 5, 1838. 

1264 Freelove,' b. Aug. 11, 1813 ; d. Oct. 3, 1890. 

1265 Dewitt,' b. Dec. 28, 1818; d. May 3, 1858. 

1266 Fitch Hudson,' b. June 14, 1822 ; m. Apr. 21, 1858, Harriet L- 

daughter of Horace and Rebecca (Shepley) Shirrell, b. Leb- 
anon, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1838. He is retired, living at Hamilton, 
N. Y. Ch : (1267) Hattie Cordelia,^ b. Nov. 25, i860; m. Carlton 
Tifft. Ch : (I) Rachel; (2) Wayne. (1268) Walter Fitch, » b. 
Jan. 7, 1863; m. Angela Benedict, res. Hamilton. Ch : (1269) 
Ruth 3; (1270) Raymond 3; (1271) Howen 9. (1272) Horace 
Wheeler,® b. Apr. 23, 1868 ; m. Helen Tompkins. Ch : (1273) 
Blanche ». 

520 

James Ingalls,® {Ebeyiezcr,^ Ebenezer,'^ Edynuyid,^ Johii^^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Ebenezer and Rachel (Wheeler) Ingalls, born 



8£ INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Brookfidd, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1775 ; married Mercy Taft. She 
was born Apr. 8, 1781 ; died July 7, 1846. He was a farmer at 
Brookfield and died there Oct. 23, 1825. 

Children, born Brookfield : 

1274 Nathaniel T.,' b. May 23, 1805. 

-I- 1 275 Amasa G.,' b. Nov. 11, 1808; m. Amy Aldrich. 

1276 Betsey T.,' b. Apr. 8, 1813. 

1277 Roswell C," b. Jau. 6, 1816. 

534 

Edmund Ingalls,** {Edmund^" Ed?7iimd,* Ed7mmd^ John^^ 
Edmimd^), son of Edmund and Esther (Salisbury) Ingalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., Aug. 7, 1761 ; married, Jan. 19, 1785, Mary 
Stockwell. She died Feb. 29, 1812. He was a farmer at 
Hartford, N. Y., and died Gouvernear, Sept. 13, 1820. 

Children, born Hartford : 

+ 1278 Reuben," b. Sept. 6, 1786; m. Abigail Baker. 

-j-1279 John," b. May 12, 1788 ; m. Susan Oatman. 

4-1280 Otis," b. Sept. 3, 1790; m. Betsey Stevens. 

-j-1281 Hosea," b. June 9, 1792; m. Lovina Lamb. 

128;^ James,'' b. Feb. 28, 1794; not heard from since four years of age. 

1283 Sarah," b. Sept. 11, 1798 ; d. June 5, 1800. 

1284 Ira,'' b. June 22, 1800; d. Johnsbury, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1854; m. 

Ilepzibah Hill ; d. June 6, 1853. 

1285 Edmund,'' b. Dec. 13, 1802; d. Smyrna, Mich., Mar. 11, 1882; m. 

Sarah Dixon of Hebron, N. Y. Ch : (1286) Frank,* lived Smyrna. 
1287 Daniel," b. Apr. 13, 1804; d. ; m. ist, Elizabeth M. Cole, 2d, 

Regina P. . He was a Baptist clergyman and cotton planter 
at Calhoun, Ga. Ch : (1288) James Hill,^ lived Resaca, Ga. 

1289 Mary,'' b. Feb. 27, 1806; m. Elias Goodrich of Hopkinton, Mass. 

535 

John Ingalls,® {Edmtc7id,^ Edmu?id,'^ Edmund,'^ John^' Ed- 
viund^')^ son of Edmund and Esther (Salisbury) Irigalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., Aug. 6, 1763; married Olive Hicks. In 
1785, with brother Edmund, became a pioneer settler of Hart- 
ford, N. Y., and was a miller. He died Hebron, 1844. 

Children, born Hartford : 

1290 Delilah," b. Nov. 22, 1781 ; m. Joseph Harding of Oneida, N. Y. 

1291 Truman,'' b. Mar. 4, 1786; d. Belcher, N. Y., May 11, 1877; m. 

Susannah Thomas. Ch : (1292) James Hicks, ^ b. Apr. 31, 1820; 
ui. Susan Carey. He is a farmer and was postmaster at Belcher, 
N. Y. Ch : (1293) Mary Jane,^ m. Schuyler. (1294) Lorette,* 

d. ; (1295) Jane, 8 m. Andrew Crawford, had daiighter m. 

Calvin Burton, lives Ft. Edward, N. Y. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 83 

j-1296 Simeon,' b. Nov. 22, 1788; m. Lydia Baker. 

+ 1297 John/ b. June 19, 1792 ; m. ist, Pattie Thomas, 2d Polly Baker. 

1298 Olive," b. Apr. 24, 1794 ; m. Israel Ely. Ch : (i) Israel ; (2) Emily, 

m. Elias Whitcomb of Poultuey, Vt. ; (3) Polly A. 

1299 Benjamin," b. Jan. i, 1796, lived Westport, N. Y., had two sons, 

one (1300) Benjamin,^ a musician in the army, went to Green 
Bay, Wis., never heard from. 

1301 Esther,' b. June 21, 1799; m. White. 

1302 Anna,' b. Apr. 9, i8or. 

1303 Reuben, ',b. June 6, 1804; d. Aug. 25, 1861, m. Phebe Chapman. He 

was a farmer at Hartford. Ch : ( 1304) Esther,^ b. July 29, 1827 ; 
m. William Doty, b. Belchertown, Mass., Dec. 19, 1830, res. So. 
Hartford. Ch : (i) William Henry, b. Argyle, N. Y., Nov. i, 
1857; m. June 18, 1896, Carrie L., daughter of William H. and 
Olivia (Ploss) Mickle, b. Oct. 8, 1869. He is principal of the 
high school at Newburg, N. Y. Ch : (I) Madelyn Willard, 
b. May 19, 1898; (II) Margaret Lu Vanne, b. Apr. 27, 1901. 
(1305) Chester,^ b. July 4, 1829; d. May 19, 1900; m. Phebe Doty. 
Ch : (1306) Charles William,^ b. Feb. 12, 1856, is a carriage maker 
at So. Hartford; (1307) Hattie Elona,^ b. Mar. 23, 1859; m. Jay 
Atwood, res. Westport. (1307A) Lydia Ann,* d. y. 
+1308 Horace Hicks,' b. Dec. 15, 1807; m. Sarah Woodell. 
1309 Chester,' b. Mar. 15, 1809; d. age 20, n. m. 



538 

Caleb Bowen Ingalls,® {Edmund,^ Edmund,'^ Edmund,^ 
John,^ Edmund'^), son of Edmund and Esther (Salisbury) Ingalls, 
born Junes, 1769; married Hannah Taft. He died Rich- 
field, Otsego Co., N. Y., Sept. 26, 1846. 

Children : 

1310 Daniel,' b. Feb. 26, 1793; d. 1842. Ch : (1311) Mariette,* m. 
Howard of Pittsburg, Pa (1312) Eveline,* m. Gross 

of E. Liberty, Allegany Co., Pa. 

1313 Varney,' b. Oct. 9, 1794; m. 1843, Hatch. He d. Spring- 

ville, N. Y. Ch : (1314) Selena,* m. Charles Severance of 
Springville ; (1315) Eunice,* m. Rev. Williams of War- 

saw, N. Y.; (1315A) Maranda,* m. Lane of N. Y. city. 

1316 Candace,' b. May 14, 1796; m. Pellthire Bliss. Ch : (i) Theodore. 

1317 Esther,' b. Mar. 4, 1798 ; m. Lamb of Sherburne, N. Y. 

Ch : (i) Edmund; (2) John ; (3) Moses; (4) Esther, va.. 
Hill ; (5) Nancy, m. Richardson of Sherburne. 

1318 Polly,' b. Apr. 14, 1800; m. Allen. Ch : (i) Reuben; (2) 

Hannah, m. Morton of Ypsilanti, Mich.; (3) Harriet; (4) 

Susan ; (5) Cordelia ; (6) Hiram A. 
+ 1319 Zimri,' b. May 17, 1802 ; m. Patty Sprague. 

1320 Laura,' b. Apr. 7, 1804 ; d. 

1321 Hannah,' b. Jan. 31, 1806; d. Nov. 13, 1882; m. Oct. 27, 1831, 

Horace Taylor, b. Jan. 19, 1803 ; was an influential and wealthy 
farmer at Fly Creek, N. Y. Ch : (i) Louise (Taylor), b. July 
22, 1832 ; m. Alfred Denis. He is a manufacturer of hay forks 
formely at Albion, Pa., now at Miles Grove, Pa. Ch : (I) 
Horace T. (Denis). (2) Launcelot (Taylor), b. Sept. 20, 1835; 
m. Jennie Hull of Westford, N. Y. Ch : (I)Minnie (Taylor) ; 



84 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(II) Horace (Taylor) ; (III) Linn (Taylor). (3) Horace E. 
(Tavlor), b. July 22, 1842 ; m. ist. Nellie Card, 2d, Lucy Burdick. 
Ch: (I) Addik (Taylor), m. Rollie vStark, res. Erie, Pa.; (II) 
AM'"RKD (Tavlor) res. Erie ; (III) John (Taylor) res. Fly Creek. 
1322 Calcb.'b. Mar" 18, 1809; d. Buffalo, N. Y., July 30, 1886; in. ist, 
Oct. 19, 1833, Jerusha Yeomans of Richfield; she d. Dec. 27, 
1842 ; m. 2d, Rebecca Allen. He was a farmer at Springville, 
N. Y. and Coldwater, Mich. Ch : 

(1323) Louisa M.,^ b. Sept. 27, 1837; m. July 6, 1859, Napoleon 

Prosser, who is a farmer at Fly Creek. No children. 

(1324) Lenime,*' b. Sept. 13, 1840; m. David G. Bell, a wealthy 

soap manufacturer at Buffalo ; he d. Jan. 15, 1889. 

(1325) Clarissa Jerusha,^ b. Dec. 20, 1842; d. Dec. 27, 1845. 

1326 Ezek B.'' b. May 25, 181 1 ; d. Sept. 24, 1888 ; m. Mary Allen. He 
was a physician at Fly Creek. Ch : 

(1327) Elisha D.,^ b. Aug. 7, 1840; res. Baldv.'ins\-ille, N. Y. n. m. 

(1328) Horace E.,^ b. Sept. 18, 1841 ; m. Feb. 28, 1865, Cornelia 

Orlendorf. He served three years in the Civil War, is 
now a farmer at Fly Creek. Ch : (1329) Lizzie A.^; (1330) 
Fannie M''. 
(1331) Lois A., ^ b. Jan. 14, 1844: m. John M. Young, a fork manu- 
facturer at Fly Creek. Ch : (i) Frank C; (2) Allen D.; 
(3) Elisha. 
4-1332 Borelli Taft Darwin,' b. Sept, 3, 1813; m. ist, Emily Freeman, 
2d, Zenana Vosburg. 

541 

Otis Ingalls/' {Edmund,^ Edmmid,'' Ed7nund,^ John,' Ed- 
minid^), son of Edmund and Esther (Salisbury) Ingalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., June 21, 1779; married, 1802, Eunice 
Thompson. He was a farmer at Hartford, N. Y., and died at 
Flint, Mich. Only one son is given though there were probably 
others. The descendants are to be found in Michigan. 

Child : 

1333 Otis.'^b. Sept. 16, 1803; m. Eve Arnold, Apr. 5, 1832, b. Apr 12. 
181 2. He was a farmer at Chatham and Thamesville, Ont. 
Ch : (1334) Otis Fitzhenry,8 b. Apr. 23, 1833. Ch : (1335) 
Edward '•>; (1336) Eva^. (1337) Frederick Arnold, » b. Apr. 9, 
1835. Ch: (1338) Frederick 9; (1339) Maggie^; (1340) Eunice 9; 
(1341) Nellie^. (1342) Flunice Elizabeth, ^ b. Dec. 8, 1836; m. 
Fleming. Ch : (i) Frank. (1344) Margaret Ann,* b. 
May 13, 1838; m. Deacon. Ch : (i) Alfred ; (2) Herbert ; 

(l) Edmund; (\)Eva ; (5) Maggie. (1345) A\'illiam Charles,* b. 
Apr. 5, 1840. Ch : (1346) Alice ]\Iay ^; (1347) Robert Lamond,»b. 
Jan. 14, 1842; m. Dec. 22, 1875, Kittie, daughter of Caleb W. 
and Adelaide A. (Lowell) Kimball, b. Nov. 14, 1842. He is an 
insurance agent at Buffalo. Ch : (1348) Mildred Katherine,^ 
b. Aug. 4, 1876, is a school teacher. (1349) Borelli Darwin,* b. 
Mar. 22, 1845. Ch: (1350) Ralph «; (1351) Ernest »; (1352) 
Lovia^. (1353) Sarah Louisa,* b. Oct. 31, 1846; d. n. m.; (1354) 
Jane Cliarlotte,* b. May 2, 1848; m. Fleming. Ch : (i) 

George; (2) May ; (3) Grace; (4) Maggie; (5) Charlotte. 
(1355) Samuel Justice,* b. Aug. 27, 1850, res. Thamesville; n.m. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 85 

543 

ZiMRi Ingai^ls,'^ {Edmund^' Edmund,'^ Edmund,^ John^^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Edmund and Esther (Salisbury) Ingalls, born 
Cumberland, R. I., Mar. 21, 1784; married Parma Howe. 
She died Oct. 8, 1852. He moved to Richmond, N. H., and 
died there May 3, 1852. 

Children : 

1356 Harriet,' b. Mar. 30, 1808 ; d. June 18, 1835. 

1357 Sappina,' b. Dec. 15, 1810; m. Josiah Bush of Braintree, Mass. 

1358 Ransom," b. Oct. 9, 181 1 ; d. Troy, N. H., Dec. 2, 1882; m. 1837, 

Sylphina Pickering. Ch : 
(1359) Charles Fred,* b. June 15, 1838; d. Apr. 23, 1894; m. Mary 
Eliza Spofford. Ch : (1360) George Elmer,« b. Mar. 5, 
1862 ; m. Oct. 6, 1883, Flora R. Currier. Ch : (1361) Charles 
Oney,!'^ b. Mar. 5, 1885; (1362) Fred Royce/'' b. June 13, 
1895. (1363) William Henry Spofford,^ b. Feb. 15, 1875, 
resides at Marlboro, N. H., n. m. 

(1364) Louran,* b. 1841. 

(1365) Martha Ann,* b. Jan. 7, 1843. 

(1366) Albert Everett,* b. July 7, 1846; m. Sept. 30, 1873, Ella 

Loomis. 

(1367) George Washington *. 

(1368) Sarah,* b. Aug. 10, 1854. 

(1369) Abbie Eliza,* b. July 12, 1856; m. Eugene E. Wood of 

Leominster, Mass. 

1370 Parma,' b. Feb. 20, 1815; m. Jubal Allen. 

1371 Isabinda,^ b. Aug. 19, 1818 ; m. Josiah E. Carter of Fitzwilliam, 

N. H. 

1372 Persis," b. July 25, 1820 ; m. Mansel M. Blanding. 

1373 Otis," b. Dec. 31, 1822. 

1374 Jarvis,'' b. Mar. 31, 1824; d. Oct. 14, 1883; m. Polly Buffum. Ch : 

(1375) Mary Alice,* b. ISTov. 25, 1853 ; m. N. W. Dickerson ; (1376) 
James Edgar,* b. Dec. 12, 1865 ; d. 1883. 
1377 Amos Howe,^ b. July 31, 1827; d. 1883; m. Polly Cook of Rich- 
mond, N. H. 



561 

Jacob Ingalls,*' {Joseph,^ Joseph,'' Edmund,^ John, ^ Edmund'^), 
son of Joseph and Roby (Norton) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, Mass., 
June 27, 1764; married, Oct. 9, 1793, Susannah Goff. She 
was born July 29, 1766; died Sept, 23, 1839. He was a revo- 
lutionary soldier, described on the roll as sixteen years of age, 
five feet three inches, ruddy complexion. He arrived in Spring- 
field, July 10, 1779, and served in several companies up to Mar. 
15, 1781. An interesting story is told of one of his pranks. 
While stationed on the Hudson River on a high hill he, with 
others, concealed from above, began tearing up rocks and rolling 



86 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

them down the hill to the discomfiture of a party of officers. In 
1793, he went to Westerlo, Greene Co., N. Y., purchased a 
farm and working four days a week for a Mr. Campbell to pay 
for it. He cleared the land, built a log cabin and returned to 
Rehoboth for his bride. In 1818, he won the first prize, a tea 
set, valued at $150, at the Albany Agricultural Society for the 
best farm. He died at Westerlo, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1841. 

Children, born Westerlo : 

+ 1380 Enoch," b. June 9, 1794; in. Nancy Bishop. 

-j-1381 Henry,' b. Sept. 21, 1795 ; m. Hul'dah Gordon. 

1382 Cordelia," b. Apr. 5, 1797; d. May 17, 1797. 

+ 1383 John," b. Mar. 18, 1798; m. ist, Fanny Scolield, 2d, Rachel 

Payne. 

-I-1384 Trurnan," b. Feb. 4, iSoi ; m. Abigail Cowell. 

+ 1385 Cyrus," b. May 12, 1802 ; m. Hannah Griffin. 



562 

James Ingalls,*^ {Joseph,^ Joseph,'' Ed^nund^ John,"^ Edvmnd'^), 
son of Joseph and Roby (Norton) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, Mass., 
Oct. 14, 1765; married, Feb. 8, 1787, Isabel Daggett. He 
bought a farm on the Van Renssalaer Patent at Westerb:), N. Y., 
lived and died there. 

Children, born Norton Hill : 

1386 William," b. Feb. 4, 1789; d. Jan. i, 1810. 

1387 James," b. June 12, 1791 ; d. Mar. 18, 1796. 

1388 Darius," b. Sept. 9, 1793; moved to Missouri. 

1389 Reuben," b. Dec. 24, 1796, was li\'ing at Alexandria, Va., in 1861. 

1390 Serrell," b. Mar. 20, 1799 ; d. July 24, 1806. 

1391 James," b. Mar. 8, 1801 ; d. Dec. 21, 1801. 

1392 FUihu," b. Jan. 4, 1803, was a farmer at Norton Hill. Ch : (1393) 

Chloe,'*m. Smith, a grocer at Albany, N. Y. (1394) Mary, ^ 

m. Thomas Hinckley of Troy; (1395) Louisa,^ m. Joseph Cart- 
land of Norton Hill ; (1396) D'arius,'^ res. Troy; (1397) Caroline, » 
m. Charles Cran. Ch : (i) William; (2) Daughter, m. William 
Cheesbro. (1398) Phebe,^ m. Thomas Willard, Chief of Police, 
Albany; (1399) Charles »; (1400) Ellen s. 
1401 Silvey," b. Oct. 21, 1806 ; d. June 13, 1892 ; m. Nov. 4, 1824, Wilson, 
son of Joseph and Jane (Wilson) Huested of Norton Hill. Ch : 
(I) Joseph Sal kct,h. Oct. 14, 1828; m. ist, Nancy, daughter of 
John and Sally A. (Billings) Traver ; m. 2nd, Oct. 9, 1892, 
Alice, daughter of David and Annie (Lord) Palmer. Ch : 
(I) Fannie, h. Feb. 29,1876; m. Lorain Smith; (2) Wilson, 
b. Mar. 14, 1878; {7,) Jesse S., b. Oct. 31, 1893. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 87 

565 

Joseph Ingai^i^s,*^ {Joseph,^ Joseph,"^ Ed^nund,^ John ^- Edmund'^) ^ 
son of Joseph and Roby (Norton) Ingalls, born Rehoboth, 
Mass., Apr. 25, 1782; married, Sept. 5, 1800, Mary, daughter 
of Peter and Elizabeth Badau of Otsego, N. Y. She was born 
Aug. 4, 1779; died Aug. 8, 1847. In 1816 he went to Erie 
County, N. Y., then in 1830, to Superior, Mich., where he died 
Aug. 18, 1841. He was said to have been a Commissary Ser- 
geant in the war of 1812. 

Children : 

1402 Olive," b. Aug. 25, 1801 ; m. Oct. 21, 1821, John Powers. 

1403 Betsey," b. Mar. 18, 1803. 

1404 Harvey," b. Mar. 4, 1804 ; m. Aug. 5, 1832, Eliza Benedict. Ch : 

(1405) Lucy,^ m. Lyon of Jackson, Mich. 

1406 James Augustus,^ b. Sept. 30, 1805. 

1407 Delilah," b. Aug. 5, 1807. 

1408 Norton," b. June 9, 1809. 

1409 Ursula," b. July 8, 1810 ; m. Apr. 10, 1831, Salmon Pettibone. Ch 

(i) Joseph ; (2) Harvey. 

1410 David," b. Apr. 27. 1812; m. May 25, 1841, Nancy Holden. Ch 

(1410A) Oscar ^. 

141 1 Peter Badau," b. Apr. 7, 1814; m. May, 1862, Mary Shekel. Ch 

(1412) Charles ^ {1413) Osgood Frank, « b. Aug. 17, 1866. He is 
a dentist at Aurora, 111. 

1414 Roby Norton," b. Nov. 15, 1816 ; m. Mar. 19, 1835, Amos Matteson. 

Ch : (i) Epaphras, a farmer at Ann Arbor, Mich. ; (2) Zilpha, m. 
Parsons of Ypsilanti ; (3) Attillia, m. Stark of 

Rockford, Mich. 

1415 Irena," b. Sept. 27, 1818; m. ist, Warren Hodge. Ch : (i) Cordelia, 

m. Crout of Waseon, O., m. 2d, Hosea Day. Ch : (2) 

[rena ; (3) Rose. 

1416 Jane," b. Apr. 2, 1822 ; m. Oct. 22, 1863, Shurburn Crippen. 



567 

Elkanah Ingalls,*^ {Elkanah,^ Joseph,'^ Edmund,^ John,^ 
Edrmind^), son of Elkanah and Rebecca (Pierce) Ingalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., Nov. 30, 1767 ; married, first, Hannah King, 
(Jan. 27, 1793, Mehitable Bliss, so recorded at Rehoboth.) Mar- 
ried, second, Polly Haskell. He was a farmer at Swansea, 
Mass., and was killed by a falling tree in 1820. 



Children by Hannah King : 



141 7 Mehitable''. 

1418 Mary ", 



88 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children by Polly Haskell : 

I4IQ FlkanahJ m. ist, Letesia Bo%Hng of Rehoboth, had seven chil- 
dren that d. y. ; m. 2d, Rachel Thurston. He was a blacksmith 
and the inventor of hot air furnaces; for many years head of 
the R. I. Mechanical Association ; with his wife was burned to 
death in their residence at Pro\'idence, Dec. 1877. 

1421 Hannah,' d. age 34 ; m. Gray Church of Fall River. 

1422 Allen Haskell,'^ b. 1807; d. 1881 ; m. Lydia Talbot of Dighton, 

Mass., b. Nov. 12, 1800; d. age 95. He was a blacksmith by 
trade, a successful business man and well educated. Ch : (1423) 
William Allen, ^ b. Somerset, Mass., Aug. 9, 1833; m. Ellen, 
daughter of Hiram Wheeler of Davenport, la. He worked at 
the blacksmith trade until 1854, entered Charlotteville Institute 
and became a teacher of drafting and mathematics ; engaged m 
the banking bu.siness at Chicago until the war, then returned 
to mechanical engineering; is an inventor and has visited 
Europe, constructing furnaces under his patents. Resides 
Chicago. Ch: (1424) Arline,^ m. William R. Fales of Boston; 
(1425) Allen Roosevelt^; (1426) Clarence Talbot 9. (1427) Vallie,8 
m. L. F. Webster; (1428) Ellen S.,^ m. Henry Leonard, res. 
Dighton, Mass.; (1429) Elkanah »; (1430) Almy Ann, 8 m. 
Henry Wood, who has been postmaster of Swansea twenty 
years ; ( 1431 ) Amy,^ d. ; m. Edward Lincoln of Dighton ; 

(1432) Roosevelt,8 d. 1863 ; n. m. ; (1433) Leurett,^ res. Dighton ; 
n. m. 

1434 Seth Haskell,' b. 1808; d. age 75; m. ist. Patience Janes, 2d, 

Deborah Burns ; no children. 

1435 William,' m. Betsey Hathaway of Assonet. He was a contracting 

mason, and with his brother, William, built the Custom House 
and many other large buildings at Providence, R. I. ; had a son 
(1436) Seth H.,8 now in the real estate business at Chelsea, 
Mass. 
+ 1437 Joshua King,' b. July 21, 1816 ; m. Amanda Gray. 



581 

Royal Ingalls,® {EdtnundJ' Joseph,^ Edrmcnd^ John,'^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Edmund and Lydia (Rowland) Ingalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., Dec. 30, 1778/9; married, Rhobe Hills 
(Miller). 

Children : 

1438 Adeliza,' b. Apr. 27, 1803. 

1439 George Wheaton,' b. Apr. 29, 1805. 

1440 Lydia,' b. June 4, 1807. 

1441 Royal Wheeler,' b. May 9, 1809. 

1442 Rhobe Mason,' b. May 27, 181 1. 

1443 Nathaniel,' b. May 4, 1813. 

1444 Lewis Lepretel,' b. Jan. 2, 1818. 

1445 Sarah Ann,' b. Dec. 11, 1819. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 89 

583 

Benjamin Ingalls,'^ {Edmund,^ Joseph,'' Edmund,^ John,"^ 
Edmund^), son of Edmund and Lydia (Rowland) Ingalls, born 
Rehoboth, Mass., Apr. i8, 1783. This is probably the Benja- 
min who settled at Brookfield, Madison Co., N. Y. 

Children, born Brookfield : 

1446 Laura, '^ b. Oct. 18, 1815. 

1447 Gillett,^ b. Oct. 5, 1817; m. ist, Jane Bentley, d. Mar. 16, 1857; 

m. 2d, Nov. 15, 1857, Susan RandalL He d. Vineland, N. J., 
Nov. 29, 1880. Ch : (1448) George B.,^ b. Jan. 23, 1844; (1449) 
Charles A.,8 b. July 24, 1846; (1450) Vary S.,"* b. Feb. 28, 1852 ; 
(1451) Dana Gillett,** b. Grotou, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1854; m. Nov. 
7, 1877, Clara B., daughter of Leander and Mary F. (Brown) 
Ladd, b. Mar. 22, 1862. He is a travelling salesman, res. Cort- 
land, N. Y. Ch: (1452) May Belle,^ b. May 22, 1880. (1453) 
Frank G.,^ b. July 9, 1859 ; d. 1863 ; (1454) Joseph R.,^ b. Dec. 
16, 1862. He is a manufacturer of carriage tops at Cortland. 

1470 Hiram, ■^ b. Dec. i, 1820. 

1480 Henry," b. Jan. 17, 1825. 

1490 Rosanna," b. Mar. 4, 1823. 

1491 Matilda," b. July 2, 1828. 



599 

James Ingalls,*' {LuddinJ' Joseph,* Edmu?id,^John,'^ Edmund^), 
son of lyuddin and Sarah (Anthony) Ingalls, born Otsego Co., 
N. Y., May 23, 1798; married Betsey Starkweather. She 
was born May 27, 1797; died Long Creek, S. Dak., age 90. 
He lived at Summit and Jefferson, Schoharie Co., N. Y., until 
1840, went to Litchfield, Pa., thence in 1851 to Delavan, Wis. 
He was a pioneer Baptist preacher. 

Children : 

1492 Ezra Anthony,'^ b. Sept. 23, 1821 ; d. Oct. 1878; m. June 1843, 
Mary Cook of Windham, Pa.; d. Scottsville, Kan., Dec. 6, 1889. 
Ch : (1493) Simeon Cook,^ d. y.; (1494) Hiram James,** d. y ; 
(1495) Levi M.*; (1496) George H.,8d. y.; (1497) Jonathan Cook,^ 
d. y.; (1498) Horace,^ b. Union Rock Co., Wis., Oct. 3, 1851 ; is 
a farmer in Kan.; (1499) James P. ,8 b. June 27, 1857; m. and 
has two sons ; lives at Primghar, Iowa. 

1500 Darius,^ b. Mar. 8, 1823 ; m. lives Webbs Mills, N. Y. Ch : 
(1501) Lewis Culver,^ b. Oct. 31, 1872; d. Louisville, Ky., Mar. 
8, 1893. 

1502 Sarah Parmelia,'^ b. Feb. 11, 1825 ; d. Mar. 8, 1843. 

1503 James Nelson,'^ b. Mar. 16, 1827; d. Maine, N. Y., Jan. 31, 1897; 

m. 1st, Olive Cole of Rome, Pa.; m. 2d, Harriet E. Tucker; 
he was a cooper, miller and farmer at Rome and Maine. Ch : 
{1504) Henry S.,^ b. May 6, 1864; m. Lucy Livermore. He is 



liO INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

a farmer at Maine, Broome Co., N. Y. Ch : (1505) Fred W.,^ 
b. Sept. 10, 1892; (1506) Ralph,» b. July 24, 1896. 
1507 Luddin,' b. Sept. 14, 1829; d. Woonsocket, S. Dak., Aug. 29, 
1893; m. 1st, Helen Worth of Delavan, Wis.; m. 2d, . He 

was a farmer at Woonsocket, served two years in the Wis. 
cavalry. Ch : (1508) Jasper, ^ b. Jan. 27, 1878 ; d. age seventeen. 

1509 John Cary,' b. Mar. 5, 1832. He was a farmer, school teacher and 

mechanic; a tobacco raiser near Elmira, X. Y.; invented 
a tobacco cutter, but neglected to take out a patent which 
became valuable; enlisted in 1862 in Company G, 50th N. Y. 
Volunteer Engineers, acting as first sergeant ; had several sun- 
strokes ; after the war went to Marguette, Mich., and in 1888 
to Michigan Soldiers' Home where he now resides. 

1510 Elijah Spafford,' b. May 23, 1834; d. Long Creek, S. Dak., 1887; 

m. 1863, Elizabeth Tanner of Union, Wis. He was a farmer 
and lived near St. Paul, then went to S. Dak. Ch : (1511) 
Myron Eugene,^ b. Aug. 21, 1864, is a farmer and school teacher 
at Long Creek; (1512) Frank Wallin,^ b. 1867; d. 188 1 ; (1513) 
Mary FUizabeth,^ b. 1871 ; d. 1897; (1514) James Edward,* b. 
Feb. 16, 1874 ; res. Long Creek. 
1515 Orin Beach,' b. Oct. 15, 1839; m. Madora A. Ingham, lives 
Bristol, Ind. Ch : (1516) Frank, « b. Oct. i, 1868; medical 
student, d. Oct. i, 1888. 



601 

Stephen Ingalls,*^ {Stephen,^ Samuel,* Edmund,^ John,^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Stephen and Sarah (Miller) Ingalls, born Reho- 
both, Mass., Jan. 25, 1777; married, 1798, Rebecca, daughter 
of Daniel and Rebecca (Ingalls) Wood. He was a farmer at 
Cheshire, Mass., and died there Dec, 1849. 

Children : 

1517 Henry," b. Oct. 7, 1800; d. Julj' 12, 1888; m. his cousin Orissa 

Wood. He had a large dairy farm at Cheshire, which was 
taken by the railroad. No children. 

1518 Delilah,' b. Aug. 12, 1802 ; d. Nov. 11, 1865 ; m. Truman Cole. 

+ 1519 Samuel," b. May 2, 1804; m. ist, Jane M. Wells, 2d, Lydia M. 
Halstead. 

1520 Rebecca," b. July 16, 1805 ; d. Oct. 26, 1891 ; m. Samuel W. Dow. 

Ch : (I) Purcell Lorenzo, b. Apr. 3, 1850; m. ist, Oct. 27, 1870, 
Floretta Potter of Lanesboro, Mass., she d. ; m. 2d, Mary E. 
Geddis of Troy, N. Y. He is clergyman in the M. E. church, 
been located at Chesboro, Mass., West Lebanon, Ketchum 
Corners, Albany, Hoosick Falls and now at Troy, X. Y. Ch : 
(I) Carrie R., m. C. H. Demming of Lanesboro; (II) George 
H., m. Flora Bardwell ; (III) WiLUAM L. ; (IV) PURCELI, L., 
d. y. ; (V) Harold E. 

1521 Harriet,' b. Aug. 5, 1806; d. Jan. i, 1893; m. Irajenks. 

1522 Calvin,' b. Jan. 14, 181 1 ; d. Apr. 24, 1895 ; m. Almira Wilber. 

1523 Diautha,' b. Nov. 15, 1812; d. Sept. 11, 1890; m. J. D. Northup. 

1524 Semantha,' b. Feb. 24, 1814; m. Arvin Wood, resides Cheshire. 

1525 Martin W.,' b. Xov. 9, 1815 ; d. Cheshire, Mar. 13, 1895; m. 

Laura Northup. Ch : (1526) Earl,* d. ; (1527) Laura J.,* d. ; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 91 

(1528) Emily, 8 m. Prince ; (1529) Marietta, ^ d. May 24, 1891 ; 

m. Henry Franklin Wood. Ch : (i) Jessie Marietta, b. Sept. 25, 
1865; d. July 7, 1892, was a teacher; (2) Abbie Laura, b. Dec. 
10, 1866; m. William Henry Woods, resides Pittsfield, Mass.; 
(3) Henry Ingalls, b. Mar. 10, 1861 ; m. Elizabeth Ferguson. He 
is a farmer at Pittsfield ; {4) Charles Bliss, b. Feb. 4, 1859 ; d. y. ; 
(5) Northup, b. Mar. 6, 1885. (1530) George D.,* b. July 16, 
1845 ; m. Sept. 15, 1869, Edna, daughter of GeorgeW. and Zilpha 
(Potter) Fisher. He is a farmer at Cheshire. Ch : (1531) Edna 
M.,9b. vSept. 15, 1870; (1532) Elsie L.,^ b. Oct. 12, 1871 ; {1533) 
Sam,9 b. Sept. 18, 1876 ; (1534) Maude S.,^ b. Oct. 3, 1880; (1535) 
Dorsey V.?h. Sept. 20, 1883 ; (1536) Alden M.,»b. Aug. 20, 1885 ; 
(1537) Ruth Zilpha,^ b. Aug. 4, 1891. 

1538 Laura Jane,'' b. Aug. i, 1817; d. Sept. 25, 1869; m. Abiel Booth, 

went to Trenton, N. J., then to Wis. Ch : (i) Stephen Mark. 

1539 Achsa Carolinus,'' b. Dec. i, 1820; d. Apr. i, 1888; m. Richard 

Shaw. 

1540 David Dwight,'' b. Feb. 5, 1826 ; d. Mar. 28, 1892 ; m. Laura E. 

Northup. He w^as a farmer at Cheshire. Ch : ( 1541 ) Stephen, ^ 
b. Sept. 9, 1852; d. Feb. 10, 1853; (1542) William Northup,^ b. 
Jan. 12, 1854; d. Dec. 21, 1863; (1543) Laura Ella,^ b. Apr. 12, 
1856; d. Oct. 28, 1870; (1544) Nellie Maria,8b. June 1858; d. Oct. 
28, 1870; m. John Brown; (1545) May D. ^ (1546) Henry D.,** b. 
Feb. 25, 1864; m. Grace E. Baker. Ch : (1547) Harry D.,» 
b. 1890; (1548) Nellie May,^ b. 1892; (1549) Frank W.,» b. 1895; 
(1550) Frank Wilmarth,^ b. June 2, 1866; m. July 29, 1896, 
Louise, daughter of Hiram and Elizabeth (Starr) Hoadley, b. 
Eden, O., Mar. 24, 1870. He is a hardware merchant at 
Bryan, O. 

603 

Samuel Miles Ingalls,'' {Stephen,^ Sanmel,'^ Edmund,^ John, ^ 
Edmund^), son of Stephen and Sarah (Miller) Ingalls, born 
Cheshire, Mass, Nov. 5, 1780; married 1814, Sally, daughter 
of Stephen Northup. She was born Apr. 5, 1785 ; died Spring- 
field, N. Y., Sept. I, 1852. He was a farmer, owned a tract of 
land at Middlefield, N. Y, ; removed to Cooperstown, was Jus- 
tice of the Peace, Town Supervisor, Representative to the Legis- 
lature two years, and Trustee of Cooperstown Village Corpora- 
tion. He died Sept. 19, 1864. 

Children : 

1551 Harriet Jeannette,' b. ; m. George S. Winslow, Jr., super- 

visor clerk St. Lawrence Co.; d. Hastings, Minn. Ch : (i) 
Ella ; (2) Fred ; (3) Edward. 

1552 Mary Dianna,'' b. ; m. Ivory Chamberlain, was principal of 

Walworth Acad., Gilbertville Collegiate Inst.; political editor 
of the New York World and Herald. Ch : (i) Samuel Selwyn 
had (I) William ; (II) Bessie. {2) Elizabeth. 

1553 Almira Celestia,' b. ; d. n. m. 

1554 Stephen Marshall,'' b. Feb. 18, 1826; m. Margaret Anna, daughter 

of James Davy, she b. Feb. 21, 1838. Attended school at Hart- 



92 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

wich Seminary, Clinton Liberal Inst.; entered Union College 
at sixteen, grad. at twenty, giving the commencement oration, 
received degree of A. M.; admitted to the bar in 1849 ; in Iowa, 
1859, taught school at Canajoharie Academy two years ; Pom- 
frey Academy one year ; practised law in Addison and Spring- 
field, N. Y. Held offices of town auditor, super^'isor, justice of 
peace and postmaster ; was chief founder of East Springfield 
Academy and for fifteen years president of the board of 
trustees. He has contributed largely to newspapers and 
periodicals on political, educational and economic questions; 
now res. at Springfield, N. Y. Ch : (1555) Mary Davy, ^ b. Jan. 
18, i860; n. m.; (1556) Annie Martha,^ b. June 5, 1864; n. m.; 
(1557) ; (1558) James Marshall,* b. July 18, 1867; d. June 

25, 1896; (1559) Fanny Eliza, ^ b. Apr. 7, 1872; m. Charles I. 
Thayer, res. Cooperstown. Ch : (i) James William; (2) 
Margaret Nauncy. 
1560 Lyman Northup," b. 1828; m. Delia Louise Pettibone. He read 
law and was admitted to the bar at Cooperstown, X. Y., 1849 
and Davenport, la, 1859. He was a member of the Iowa State 
Board of Education. He died while on a business trip at 
Salma, Kan., July 25, 1866. Widow res. Rockford, 111. 
Children b. Dehli, Iowa: (1560) Elizabeth Celeste,* b. Sept. 
25, 1862; m. Chicago, 111., Maj^ 17, 1888, George Edward, son 
of Simeon and Eunice W. (Pilsbury) Brown, b. Derry, N. H., 
Aug. 19, 1839. He is an importer of fine stock at Aurora, 111. 
Ch : {\) Lyman Ingalls, b. June 10, 1891 ; d. Jan. 1892. (1562) 
Roswell,* b. Sept. i, 1864; d. y.; (1563) Sallie Guiteau,* b. Oct. 
20, 1865 ; m. George F. Watt of Chicago. No children. 



605 

Ebenezer Ingalls," {Stephen,^ Sai>iuel,^ Edvuind,^ John,^ 
Edmund'^), son of Stephen and Sarah (Miller) Ingalls ; born 
May II, 1785 ; married Ruth Griggs. He lived at Middlefield 
and Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Children, born Middlefield : 

4-1564 Ferdinand, '^ b. Aug. 30, 1806; m. Luc}- Parshall. 

1565 Rensaller,' was a printer at Adrian, Mich. 

1566 Mary Ann,' m. Walby, lived at Adrian. 

1567 Daniel," b. ; lived at Adrian. 



612 

Ebenezer Ixgalls,*^ {Timothy,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Henry,'- 
£'(/w?ozrf^), son of Timothy and ( ) Ingalls, born Sandown, 

N. H., Apr. 13, 1747 ; married Mary Lougee. She was born 
New Hampton, N. H., Jan. 13, 1745. He probably lived and 
died at New Hampton. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 93 

Children : 

-i-i568 Ebenezer,' b. Aug. 31, 1772; m. Polly Harris. 

+1569 Oilman," b. Feb. 4, 1775; m. Abigail Emerson. 

1570 Nancy ^. 

1571 Elizabeth ^ 

1572 Sarah'. 

1573 Patty". 

614 

Jonathan Ingalls/' {Timothy,^ Sanuai,'^ Saw/ui,'^ Henry ^^ 
Edmund^), son of Timothy and ( ) Ingalls, born Sandown, 

N. H., about 1750; married Martha Jane IvOCke. He lived 
at Bridgewater, N. H., and died, age 84. He is said to have 
had a second wife, the first three children being by Martha 
Locke. 

Children : 

+ 1574 James," b. Jul}- 3, 1772 ; m. Ruth Sleeper. 

+ 1575 Daniel," b June 6, 1784; m. ist, Polly Dymon, 2d, Eunice Evans. 
1576 Samuel," prob. m. Margaret, daughter of Josiah Jackman. He 
was living at Dunham, P. Q., in 1809, and in Western, N. Y., 
after 1818. He was an " Unlearned Poet." A copyrighted edi- 
tion of his works being published at Angelica, N. Y., in 1825. 
Ch: 

(1577) Patty, ^ m. ist, Perkins and had (i) Ma ha la ; (2) Cyn- 

thia; (3) Polly ; m. 2d, John, son of Samuel Taggart, and 
had (4) Orpha ; (5) Eliza ; [6] Jerusha ; {-j) Benjamin ; (8) 
Almira ; (9) Williavi ; (\d) Martin. 

(1578) Hiram, 8 lived Leroy, N. Y., had (1579) Clarissa". 
(1580) Aaron, 8 settled Mich., had (1581) Aaron^. 

(1582) Daniel,* was killed, age twelve, by a falling tree that 

James Ingalls, Jr., was chopping. 

(1583) A daughter, "^ m. Charles Hyde. Ch : (i) Saniantha, ^. y. \ 

(2) Charles, settled at Armada, Mich.^ 

1584 Jonathan'. 

1585 Nancy ". 

1586 Olive,'' m. Richson. 

1587 Hannah,' m. Worthan. 

1588 Polly,' d. May, 1810. 

1589 Mary,' m. Sanborn. 

1590 ,' m. H. Dudley. 

1591 ,' m. William Gross. Ch : {i) Abigail. 



615 

Timothy Ingalls,*^ {Timothy,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ He^iry,'- 
Edvnind'^) , son of Timothy and ( ) Ingalls, born Campton, 

N. H., June 16, 1763 ; married, Mar. 25, 1785, Bathsheba, 
daughter of Francis and Hannah (Boynton) Worcester. She 



94 INGALIvS GENEALOGY. 

was born Hollis, N. H., Apr. 21, 1763. He lived at Thornton, 
N. H. ; moved to Danville, Vt., 1790, as one of the first set- 
tlers. He held the office of town clerk, chorister and a deacon 
of the Congregational church. He died Oct. 1848. 

Children : 

-I-1592 Samuel," b. Feb. 4, 1786; m. Marion Rankin. 

1593 Betsey," b. Jan. 24, 1788; d. Mar. 17, 1788. 

1594 Hannah/ b. June 30, 1789 ; m. Caleb Minor. 

1595 John," b. May 2, 1791 ; d. June 12, 1798. 

1596 Polly,'' b. May 14, 1793. 

1597 Moses," b. Apr. 8, 1798. He was a Congregational clergyman, 

had two sons who went west. 



622 

JosiAH Ingalls,'' {Nathaniel,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Henry,^ 

Edmund^) ^ son of Nathaniel and Abigail (Huse) Ingalls, born 

Chester, N. H.; married, Olive Sanborn. He was a farmer 

at Chester and Sandowu. 

Children : 

1598 Jason," m. ist, ; 2d, . Ch : (1599) Grace, ^ m. Milton 

Austin of Wellesley, Mass. ; (1600) Jason Branch,^ res. Methuen, 
Mass. 
-|-i6oi Perley Chase," b. Feb. 6, 181 1 ; m. Susan P. Rideout. 

1602 David Sanborn," m. three times. Adm. granted brother Perley, 
1858. Josiah Spaulding of Fitchburg, guardian of Oscar J. and 
Marcus Morton. Moses \Vebster of Chester, guardian of Jane 
and Lucy A. 

1607 John,' d. Chester, u. m., age 50. 

1608 Alfred ". 

1609 Lucretia," m. Milton Noj'es of Derry, N. H. Ch : (i) Sara/i, m. 

George Burker, res. Derry. 

1610 Louisa," d. Chester, July 5, 1902; m. ist, Merrill of Methuen, 

Mass. ; m. 2d, Charles Wells of Sandown. 

161 1 Sarah," ni. Frazer. 

1612 Mary'. 

1613 Adeline,' m. Charles Austin, had five children. 

636 

Samuel Ingalls,^ {Daniel,^ Moses,* Saifuiel,^ Henry,'^ Ed- 
mimd'^), son of Daniel and Sarah (Fletcher) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, Aug. 13, 1747; married. Betsey, daughter of Jonathan 
Eastman of Concord, N. H. He was a revolutionary^ soldier, 
credited to Stoneham and Reading and served through the 
entire war. He moved to Concord, N. H., then to Shelburne ; 
was engaged in lumbering ; died at Amherst, Me, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 95 

Children : 

+1625 Moses," b. ; m. Abbie Stiles. 

1626 Daniel," b. 

1627 Fletcher,". A Fletcher Ingalls served three months at W. Point, 

1780. One daughter only, m. Burbank ; had son, Robert 

I., Judge at Boston. 

1628 Eleanor," said to have joined the Shakers. 

1629 Robert". 

1630 Sarah," b. ; m. Col. Nathaniel Porter of No. Andover. Ch. : 
(i) Mary ; (2) Elizabeth ; (3) Hannah, b. 1800; d. Medford, Mass., 

1893 ; m. Mar. 15, 1828, Oliver H Emery of Berwick, Me. Ch. : 
(I) G. W., m. Marcia Hall ; he was governor of ; res. Sea 

View, Mass. ; (II) A. M., m. Bernard Brown; (III) Ellen P., 
b. ; m. 1st, Simpson, 2d, Daniel C. Hooke, res. 

Fremont, N. H. Ch : (A) James T. (IV) Mvr.\ E., m. 
John J. Frye, a plough manufacturer at Portland, Me. ; (V) 
HaTTie O., m. Darius A. Green, res. Washington, D. C. (4) 
Eleanor; (^) Lydia ; (6) Sarah; (7) Maria; (8) Bathsheba ; (9) 
Nathaniel. 

640 

Moses Ingalls, "^ (^Danicl,^ Moses,^ Samuel,^ Henry,' 'Ed- 
mund^), son of Daniel and Sarah (Fletcher) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, Mass., Feb. 13, 1756 ; married, Conway, N. H., May 19, 
1786, Susan Heath. He was a revolutionar}^ soldier, enlist- 
ing Sept. 8, 1777, as a sergeant in Captain Turner's company, 
Col. Henr>' Jackson's regiment for three years ; reenlisted Aug. 
18, 1781, in Colonel Webb's regiment and discharged Nov. 21, 
1 781. While stationed on the coast of Rhode Island in com- 
mand of sixteen men, he captnred a British vessel, which had 
stranded on a bar, and with ten of her crew ^sailed it as a prize 
to New York. At the close of the war, he went to Shelburne, 
N. H., a part of the way through a trackless wilderness, at one 
time travelling up the Androscoggin River as far as Errol, to 
relieve a famished soldier named Hall, who had left Arnold's 
army at Quebec for home. He was an old-fashioned democrat, 
applauding the action of Thomas Jefferson in the acquisition of 
Louisiana, and a warm admirer of the military achievements of 
Andrew Jackson. He died at Shelburne, Oct. i, 1845. 

Children, born Shelburne. 

1631 Betsey,' d. j. 

1632 Frederick,' m. Nancy Barker. He lived at Bethel, Me. Ch 

(1633) Arvilla,^ m. Foster, a lawj-er at Rockland, Me. 

(1634) Drusilla,* m. Fordice Burbank, a hotel-keeper at Bethel 

(1635) Moses, ^b. Oct. 25, 1822 ; grad. Bowdoin College 1843, was 
a teacher at Muscatine, la., and lawyer at Chicago, where he 
now lives; has son (1636) Fred H., res. St. Louis. 



96 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1640 Martha Heath,'' b. Aug. 8, 1786; d. Somersworth, N. H., Dec. 

1865 ; m. Sept. 4, 1810, James Walker, b. July 26, 1778 ; d. Sept. 
4, 1826. He was a merchant, studied for the ministry and be- 
came home missionary pastor at Milton, N. H., where he died. 
Ch. b. Bethel, Me., the two daughters never married, and were 
engaged in anti-slavery work : (i) Abigail Chapman, b. June 14, 
1811 ; d. June 6, 1888; (2) Robert Ingalls, b. Sept. 24, 1813; d. 
May 17, 1857; m. Oct. 5, 1848, Mehitable Morse Chamberliu, 
b. Feb. 10, 1822, res. Somersworth. He is described as an 
estimable man. Ch : (I) Martha Tarr, b. Nov. 20, 1549; grad. 
Bradford Academy 1871, is now assistant cashier at Somers- 
worth National Bank; (II) James Bruce, b. Feb. 18, 1853; 
d. Apr. 15, 1854; (III) Edwin Fi^eTCHER, b. July 6, 1856; d. 
June 24, 1864. (T,) James Abbott, b. Dec. 14, 1815; d. Dec. i, 
1825; (4) Betsey lugalls, b. Mar. 22, 1818 ; d. Apr. i, 1900. 

1641 Susan," b. ; m. Gen. James Burbank of Gilead, Me. Ch : 

(i) Adine ; (2) Daniel; (3) Kate ; (4) Martha ; (5) Gustavus. 

+ 1642 Robert," b. Apr. 2, 1794; m. Rowena Hills. 

1643 Catherine," b ; m. Col. Oliver M. Brooks of Dalton, N. H. 

+J644 Daniel," b. ; m. Mary C. Barker. 

1645 Nancy,'' b. Mar. 26, 1803 ; d. Oct. 8, 1883 ; m. Oct. 31, 1823, Francis, 
son of Samuel and Betsey (Rogers) Barker, b. Rowley, Mass., 
Jan. I, 1799; d. Apr. 11, 1883. Ch : (i) Frederick lugalls, he 
was a carpenter, building some of the first houses in Minne- 
apolis, served through the Civil War in Company F, 47th Mass. 
Vols., now a fruit grower at Santa Barbara, Cal. ; (2) Nathaniel, 
b. June 22, 1826; m. Oct. 19, 1851, Hannah Hubbard Eaton, b. 
]\\\y 31, 1829. He is a farmer at Wells, Me. Ch : (I) Wenonah 
Abai.aide, b. Oct. 19, 1851 ; m. Sept. 14, 1883, Charles W. 
Black, res. Medford, Mass. Ch : (A) Willard B. ; (B) Almon C. 
dl) CuLLEN Bryant, b. July 31, 1857; d. Jan. 19, 1862; (III) 
Wilbur H.wicn, b. May 29, 1862 ; m. Sept. 14, 1896, Augusta 
Warner, res. Boston. Ch: (A) Fred Robbins. (IV) Abbie 
Eaton, b. Feb. 23, 1865 ; m. George L. Willis, res. Medford, 
Mass. Ch : (A) Gordon Lane ; (B) Marion. (V) John Lane, b. 
Oct. I, 1867; m. June 8, 1896, Grace Robbins, res. Portsmouth, 
Va. (3) Arisina,h. Nov. 14, 1829; d. May 23, 1882; m. Robbins 
Brown of Bethel, Me. Ch : (I) Frederic Ingalls, res. Ports- 
mouth, N. H. ; (II) F'rank Irving, b. Oct. 27, 1861 ; grad. 
Bowdoin College, 1885, M. D. 1891 ; is a physician at So. Port- 
land, Me.; (Ill) William, res. Peabody, Mass. (4) Cullen 
Ihyant, b. Dec. 2, 1832; d. July 6, 1855; (5) Albert Francis, 
b. June 2, 1836; d. Oct. 25, 1893; m. i860, lived at Monticello, 
Minn., and served in the Ci\al War as Sergeant of Company E, 
8th Minn. Vols. Ch : (I) Bert; (II) Fred; (III) George; 
(IV) Kate; (V) May. (6) Kate Ingalls. b. July 2, 1838; n. m., 
res. Santa Barbara, Cal. ; (7) Eli Wight, b. Sept. 25, 1841 ; m. 
Feb. 10, 1876, L\'dia U., daughter of Pinckney and Betsey W. 
(.\ustin) Buruham, b. Bethel, Apr. 11, 1S47 ; he is a farmer at 
Bethel, Me. Ch : (I) Guy Burnham, b. Mar. 2, 1884 ; (II) Philip 
Merton, b. June 26, 1889. (8) Henry Clinton, b. Oct. 23, 1842 ; 
m. Oct. 30, 1865, Ellen Maria, daughter of Simeon Frost, shed. 
Nov. 30, 1892. He served in the Civil War as corporal of 
Company G, 13th Me. Vols., is now a carriage maker at Bethel. 
Ch : (I) Eva; (II) Bernice. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 97 

659 

William Ingalls,® ( William,^ Moses,^ Samuel,^ Henry,^ 
Edmicnd'^), son of William and Susannah (Pearsons) Ingalls, 
born Newburyport, May 3, 1769; married, first, Lucy Myrick 
RiDGEWAY. Married, second, Alice Brazer. She was born 
Boston, Nov. i, 1791 ; died, Sept. i, 1867. He graduated Har- 
vard College, 1790; was a physician at Boston and Wrentham. 
He died Boston, Sept. 8, 185 1. 

Children by lyucy M. Ridgeway : 

1646 Lucy Rust,' b. ; m. Dr. Charles H. Stedman, b. Lancaster, 

Mass., June 17, 1805, was a physician at Boston. Ch : (i) Charles 
Ellery, b. Chelsea, Mar. 31, 1831 ; m. Nov. 2, 1859, Edith Ellen, 
daughter of Isaac and Susan (Ainsworth) Parker, b. Nov. 21, 
1829 ; is a prominent physician at Boston and ex-vice-prcsident 
Mass. Medical Society. Ch : (I) Ellery ; (II) Alice ; (III) 
Edith. 

1647 William,' b. Jan. 12, 1813, m. Dec. 3, 1840, Julia A. M., daughter 

Ezra and Mary (Brazer) Davis, she b. Cambridge, Oct. 8, 1817. 
He grad. Harvard college 1835. Physician at Boston, visiting 
surgeon to the City and U. S. Marine Hospitals, 62 years in 
active practice. He served in the Civil War as surgeon ; now 
living at Boston. 

Children by Alice Brazer : 

1648 Alice Mariah,' b. Oct. 22, 1829 ; m. Oct. 25, 1850, George H. Mun- 

roe of Dedham. Ch : (1) William Ingalh ; (2) George Ellis; 
[l) John Ingalls ; (\) Alice Ingalls; {^) Charles Edward. 

1649 John Brazer,' b. Jan. 14, 1831 ; d. Oct. 22, 1852 ; m. Nancy M. 

Hall, who d. Aug. i, 1883. He was a Deputy Sheriff at Rox- 
bury. 

667 

John Ingalls," {John,^ Eldad,* Samuel,^ Henry, ^ Edmund^), 
son of John and Mary (Haseltine) Ingalls, born Atkinson, N. 
H., Apr. 3, 1 75 1 ; married Hannah ( ), widow of Benjamin 

Ordway, and sister to Capt. Timothy Eaton's wife. She was 
born Sept. 22, 1753. He lived at Walpole, N. H., moved to 
Keene and perhaps died in Steuben Co., N. Y. He was a 
revolutionary soldier. Marched on the alarm Apr. 19, 1775 ; 
engaged at Lexington and Bunker Hill, afterwards served in 
Captain Eaton's company and received a pension in his old age. 

Children : 

-I-1650 Joseph,' b. Oct. 19, 1775; m. 

1651 Jonathan,' b. Feb. 18, 1777. 

+ 1652 James,' b. Feb. 25, 1779; m. Margaret Baxter. 

1653 Judith,' b. May 25, 1781 ; d. Dec. 19, 1821. 

-f-1654 Aaron,' b. Sept. 30, 1783; m. Gerusha Franklin. 

1655 Hannah,' b. July 22, 1785 ; d, Dec. 18, 1817. 
7 



98 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1656 David,' b. Aug. 7, 1787; d. Aug. 5, 1813. 

1657 Smith," b. Nov. 20, 1789; d. Nov. 17, 1831. 

1658 Johu,' b. Dec. 15, 1791 ; d. Feb. 27, 1801. 

1659 Simeon," b. July 10, 1794; d. Sept. 12, 1799. 

668 

Joseph Ingalls,® (/(?/;w,^ Eldad,"^ Samue/,^ //enry,' Edmutid^), 
son of John and Mary (Haseltine) Ingalls, born Atkinson, N, 
H., Apr. 22, 1752; married Sarah Parker. She was born 
1757 ; died Sept. 7, 1823. He moved from Atkinson to Barre, 
Vt., 1814, then to Westerville, Ohio, and died there Aug. 15, 
1834; was a revolutionary soldier from Haverhill, Mass., under 
Captain Hopkins and Col. Seth Warner. 

Children : 

■I-1660 vSamuel," b. Aug. 18, 1781 ; m. Hannah Raymond. 

1661 Salinda,' b. ; d. Sept. i, 1854; m. Addison Bigelow, Jr. 

-)-i662 Thomas," b. Jan. 11, 1791 ; m. Sarah Bigelow. 

674 

Samuel Ingalls,* (/o/in,^ £/dad,* Saynuel ^^ Heyiry ^^ Edmiaid^^ , 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Canterbury, 
N. H., Sept. 27, 1763 ; married Anna Shepard. She was 
born Feb. 8, 1767; died Dec. 20, 1854. He was a farmer at 
Canterbury, moved to Danville, Vt., 1792, then to Ryegate, 
where he died Dec. 14, 1814. 

Children : 

1663 Abigail, '^ b. Mar. 4, 1787 ; d. May 9, 1788. 

1664 John,' b. May 4, 1789; d. June 16, 1792. 
+1665 James,' b. June 24, 1791 ; m. Marj' Cass. 

1666 Samuel,' b. Sept. 4, 1793 ; d. Dec. 14, 1814. 

1667 Elizabeth,' b. Dec. 5, 1796; m. Gates. 

1668 Hannah,' b. Apr. 10, 1798; d. n. m. 

1669 Mary,' b. June 28, 1800; d. Nov. 10, 1830. 

1670 Anna,' b. Sept. 3, 1802; d. Dec. 20, 1854. 

1671 Morrill," b. Aug. 13, 1804; m. and lived at So. Ryegate. 

1672 Susan,' b. July 6, 1806; m. Clough. 

1673 Abigail,' b. Apr. 25, 1808; m. Miles. 

1674 Jemima,' b. Jul}' 17, i8it; m. Davis. 

676 

Caleb Ingalls," {John,^ Eldad,' Saynuel,^ Henry ,^ Edmund^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Canterbury, 
N. H., July 7, 1766; married, Dec. 16, 1790, Elizabeth, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 99 

daughter of Satchel and Rachel (Gate) Clark. She was born 
Dec. 3, 1767; died Jan. 10, 1845. He was a Freewill Baptist 
clergyman at Canterbury, moved to Canaan, Vt., and died there 
about 1850. 

Children : 

-I-1675 Satchel Clark,'' b. Aug. 29, 1794 ; m. Hannah Heath. 

1676 Elizabeth, '^ b ; m. David Kent of Stewartstown, N. H. 

1677 Joseph L.,' b. 1804; d. Aug. 16, 1878; m. Mary Stuart, lived 

Canaan, Vt. No children. 

1678 Langdon,'' moved Stanstead, Canada, had (1678A) Gardner^; 

(1678B) Nelson,^ d ; was a police officer at Lowell, Mass. 

(1678C) William Henry «; (1678D) a Daughter.^ 

678 

Jesse Ingalls,® {John,^ Eldad,^ Samuel,^ Henry, "^ Edrmind'^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Haverhill, Apr. 
2, 1770; married Hannah Chase of Loudon, N. H. She died 
Sept. 26, 1852. He was a farmer and moved to Sanbornton, 
N. H., in 1818, where he died Oct. 29, 1851. 

Children : 

1679 John," b. 1799; d. Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 1828; grad. Dartmouth 

College, 1823. 

1680 Gardner,^ b. 1800; m. Joanna Varney; he d. Lowell, Mass., Aug. 

15, 1874, was a portrait painter. Ch : (1681) Helen M., d. y. 
1682 Walter, '^ b. Feb. 16, 1805; m. ist, Apr. 5, 1827, Hannah M. Wood- 
man, she d. Sept. 26, 1846 , m. 2d, Feb. 26, 1849, Helen M. 
Clark, she d. Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 30, 1874. He early es- 
tablished a high reputation as a portrait painter, and a full 
length portrait of Washington in the State Hoiise at Concord is 
proof of his genius. He travelled extensively, painted from 
personal setting one of the most accurate pictures of Pope Pius 
IX. During a stay in Washington he exhibited many fine 
paintings of senators and others. He was genial, inclined to 
the humorous, of fine personal appearance. He died at Oak- 
land, Cal., Jul}' 21, 1874, where he had gone in search of health. 
Ch : (1683) John, 8 b. Feb. 28, 1829 ; m. Dec. 29, 1848, Ann Smith. 
He was a ranch-keeper in Texas, then dry goods dealer in New 
Orleans. Ch : (1684) Fannie H.,»b.Aug. 9, 1852; (1685) Walter 
T.,9b. Mar. 16, 1854; (1686) Ernest D.,^ b. Feb. 16, 1863; res. 
Amite, La.; is employed in the U. S. Mint at New Orleans. 
(1687) Napoleon Bonaparte,^ b. Dec. 11, 1830; m. Matilda 
Johnson, res. Portland, Oregon ; he was a steamboat captain. 
Ch: (1688) Harry W.,» b. May, i860 ; (1689) Helen,^ b. July 
22, 1865 ; and others. 

1690 Mahala,'' b. Oct. 29, 1810 ; m. Sept. 5, 1838, Charles J. Connor. 

Ch : (I) Estelle P., b. Nov. 27, 1840 ; d. ; m. Dr. Joseph F. 

Vegas; (2) Vienna, h. Oct. 3, 1842; n. m. ; \^t^ Jerofne B., res. 
Hopkinton, N. H. 

1691 Parmelia," b. July 3, 1814; d. ; m. Aug. 16, 1841, Solomon 

M. Wilson. No children. 

1692 Jerome Bonaparte,' b. Oct. 1817; d. June 13, 1835. 



100 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1693 Mary Ann J b. Jan. 16, 1821 ; d. May 12, 1893; m. Sept. i, 1843, 
Rev. Richard Ward, b. May 8, 1819 ; d. Dec. 28, 1898. Ch: (i) 
Mary Hannah, b. June 2, 1844; n. m. ; (2) Abby Quincy, b. July 
22, 1848; d. 1851 ; (3) Richard, b. Jan. 10, 1852; m. Mar. 1873, 
Fannie A. Andrews of Boston ; he is a carpenter, res. Lancaster. 
Ch : (I) Mabel, b. Aug. 19, 1874; (II) Edith G., b. July 19, 
1876; (III) RiCH.\RD, b. July 14, 1879. (4) George Cunvin, b. 
Mar. 19, 1855; m. Oct. 18, 1882, Lucy E., daughter of Andrew 
P. and Althea (Sanborn) Gilman, she b. Aug. 21, 1861. He 
grad. Harvard University, Hannemahn Medical College, 
Chicago, is now a phvsician, postmaster, and town clerk at 
Sanbornton, N. H. C h : (I) Carrie May, b. Aug. 4, 1883; (II) 
Ethel Chase, b. July 30, 1886; (III) Helen Louise, b. May 
15, 1891. (5) Rev. Gardner Ingalls, b. June 2, 1857; m. Dec. 25, 
1879, Martha S. Woodward of Sanbornton ; he grad. Cambridge 
Theological School, now pastor of the Swedenborgian church 
at Fall River, Mass. Ch : (I) Gardner MilES, b. May 1, 1881 ; 
(II) Parmelia Ingalls, b. June 10, 1883. 



681 

Nathaniel Peabody Ingalls,® {John,^ Eldad,* Samuel,^ 
Henry, "^ Edmuyid^), son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, 
born Atkinson, N. H., Sept. 25, 1773; married, first, Polly 
H.\iNES, ; married, second, Sophia, daughter of Philbrick and 
(Emery) Bradley of Concord, N. H. She was born Nov. 
17, 1778 ; died Oct. 4, 1854. He was a farmer on the land his 
father settled at Canterbury, where he died Apr. 21, 1853. 

Children by Polly Haines : 

+1694 Calvin," b. July 6, 1799; m. Nancy Taylor. 

1695 Polly," b. Aug. 3, 1801 ; d. y. 

1696 Peabody,'' b. Aug. 16, 1805 ; m. Sept. 11, 1831, Joanna, daughter of 

William and Abigail (Sanborn) Hayes, b. Oct. 31, 1801. He 
moved from Sanbornton, N. H., to Athens, Mich., and d. about 
1888. Ch : (1697) Abigail, « b. Aug. 15, 1832 ; m., Marshall, Mich., 
July II, 1854, Elisha M. Johnson, b. Bald\vins\nlle, N. Y., Apr. 
12, 1830, he is a wagon maker at Athens, Mich. Ch : (i ) Louis 
Hayes, b. Sept. 23, 1859. (1698) Frank Carter,* b. July 1834; 
not heard from since being liberated from Andersonville 
Prison ; (1699) Phebe Hayes, ^ b. ; d. ; m. Carl Wat- 

kins, res. Fort Dodge, Iowa. 

1700 Polly, ^ b. Mar. 28, 1808. 

1701 Matilda, '^ b. Mar. 25, 1810; d. Apr. 1894; m. Solomon M. Clifford 

of Loudon, N. H. Ch : (i) Lelia Augusta (Clifford), m. Joseph 
K. Hancock. Ch : (I) Horace W., b. Nov. 6, i860; m. Etta 
Thomas. Ch : (A) Fred L.; (B) George H. (II) Ella C, m. 
Dr. FIdwin Hodgdon of Lakeport ; no children. (2) Sophia 
Ingalls (Clifford), m. Olwyn W. Dow. Ch : (I) Lenora M.; 
(II) Mary A.; (HI) Wk.ston E. (3) Sarah Jane (Clifford), m. 
Geo. Roby ; (4) Byron M., d. y.; (5) Clara H., d. y. 

1702 Deborah,' b. June 12, 1814. 

1703 Julia,' b. Nov. 14, 1816. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 101 

1704 John," b. Oct. 18, 1820; m. Dec. 1847, Melinda, daughter of Barnes 
U. and Judith (Weeks) Hilliard, she b. Colebrook, N. H., Jan. 
19, 1822. He is a carpenter and farmer at East Canterbury, 
N.H. Ch : (1705) Adrianna Barron, « b. Jan. 24, 1848 ; d. Jan. 15, 
1872; {1706) Oriella Melinda, ^ b. May 14, 1849; (1707) Helen 
Clark, ^ b. Sept. 4, 1859; (1708) John Elmer,^ b. Aug. 15, 1861 ; 
d. June 16, 1870. 

Children by Sophia Bradley : 

1709 Almeda Christie," b. Dec. 27, 1826; d. Aug. 28, 1895; m. Simon 
Cass ; she was a teacher. Ch : (i) Francis^ b. Dec. 20, 1870 ; (2) 
Christie A. , b. Aug. 13, 1872. 
-I-1710 Daniel Morrill,'^ b. July i, 1829 ; m. Ann E. Hancock. 

682 

Daniel Ingalls,*' {Joh7i,^Eldad,'^ Samuel,^ Hejiry,"^ Edmund'^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Canterbury, 
N. H., Apr. 7, 1775; married, Jan. i, 1802, Polly, daughter 
of David and Tamar Nutting of Plattsburg, N. Y. She was 
born Jan. i, 1786; died Apr. 14, 1866. He moved to St. Ar- 
mand, P. Q., and died there June 10, 1881. 

Children : 

-I-1711 James, ^ b. Aug. 31, 1802 ; m. Electa Sanborn. 

1712 Sarah,'' b. June 18, 1804 ; d. Sept. 15, 1852 ; m. Nov. 7, 1825, John 

Searle. 

1713 Pauline," b. Apr. 9, 1806; d. Aug. 20, 1849; m. June 20, 1825, 

Rosif Blanchard. 

1714 Charlotte," b. Mar. 23, 1808; n. m. 

1715 Abiah,'' b. Mar. 21, 1810 ; d. Sept. 14, 1868; m. Stephen Kellum 

of Albany, N. Y. 

1716 Fannie,^ b. May 13, 1812. 

1717 Daniel Drummond,' b. July 8, 1815 ; d. May 2, 1854 ; m. Dec. 15, 

1840, Diadama Arms. 

1718 Olive," b. Feb. 5, 1818; d.June, 1847; m. Abram Fonda of Troy, 

N. Y. 

1719 Sophronia,'' b. Sept. 23, 1820. 

1720 Laura,'' b. Jan. 26, 1822 ; m. July 19, 1845, John Cameron. 

1721 Cordelia Dorcas,'' b. May 7, 1826; d. West Medford, Mass., July 

23, 1894; m. June 30, 1850, William H. Wentworth, b. Rollins- 
ford, N. H., Mar. 30, 1824; d. Cambridge, Mass., July 8, 1887. 
Ch: (I) William Hall, \i. Boston, Sept. 15, 1852; m. Concord, 
N. H., Feb. 3, 1880, Annie E., daughter of Andrew J. and 
Susan D. (Ware) Locke, b. Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 19, 1854; 
he is a real estate dealer at No. Cambridge, Mass. Ch : (I) 
Reginald Andrew, b. Nov. 23, 1882; (II) Cedric, b. Apr. 5, 
1888; d. Aug. 20, 1889; (III) Dorothea, b. Apr. 3, 1890; (IV) 
Frederic, b. Dec. 8, 1892; d. Jan. 6, 1894. (2) Emma Blanch, 
b. May 22, 1855; d. Apr. 25, 1889; m. Dr. William Z. Hull of 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; (3) George Fred, b. Nov. 8, 1862 ; m. June 
25, 1890, Annie G. Tower, res. Somerville. No children ; (4) 
Clarence Eugene, h. May 5, 1868; m. Apr. 13, 1898, Laura E. 
Weeks, res. Arlington. 

1722 Emeline,''b. May 14, 1829; d. Sept. 10, 1830. 



102 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

684 

David Ingalls/ { John, ^ Eldad,^ Samicel,^ Henry, "^ Ed?mmd'^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Canterbury, 
N. H., Sept. 7, 1778; married Sarah Fernald. She was 
born Dec. 29, 1777. He was a farmer at Loudon, N. H., and 
died Feb. 21, 1855. 

Children, born Canterbury : 

1723 Clarissa,' b. ; m. Jesse Mason of Concord, N. H., had 

children. 

1724 Thomas Jefferson," b. Dec. 11, 1804; he lived at Concord, Bos- 

cawen, No. Chichester and Epsom, d. Sept. 29, 1886; m. ist, 
Hannah Hook Pike, b. Hampton Falls, Jan. 7, 1802 ; d. Oct. 14, 
1843 ; m. 2d, Nancy Moulton, 3d, Charlotte, wadow of brother 
Joshua. He left a son (1725) Charles Edwan,* b. Concord, Dec. 
18, 1838; m. Boston, Aug. 12, 1865, Susan Roxana, daughter of 
Rufus H. and Sarah E. (Knowlton) Blood, b. Shrewsbury, 
Mass., Jan. 17, 1849. He is an inventor and machinist, living 
since 1886 at Willimantic, Conn. Ch : (1726) Mabel Ed\%-ina,* 
b. Dec. 21, 1866; d. Jan. 4, 1895 ; (1727) Alice Georgiana Pike,^ 
b. Oct. 22, 1871 ; m. Mar. 6, 1895, Harry W. Sawnn of South- 
boro, Mass. Ch : (i) Olive; (2) Ethel ; (3) Ruth. 

1728 Diamond,' b. ; m. ist, , 2d, Annie Peters, lived at 

Baltimore, Md. 

1729 John Langdon,' b. ; m. , lived Pittsfield, N. H., had 

(1729A) .\ugusta*. 

1730 Joshua,' b. 1809; m. Charlotte Ann, daughter of David and Mary 

Jones, b. July 25, 1814; d. Jan. 10, 1900. Ch : 

(1731) Joshua/ b. 1833; d. y. 

(1732) Mary Frances,^ b. Jan. 17, 1840; d. Jan. 10, 1892; m. ist, 

Orison Dudley, 2d, George Kelley, who served in the 
Civil war and was a shoemaker at Concord, N. H. Ch : 
(i) Georgiana, b. 1859; d. y.; (2) Frank Leroy, m. Bell 
Robinson, res. Concord; (3) Arthur Winslow, m. ist, 
Clara Sanborn, 2d, , res. Bridgeport, Conn; (4) Cora 

Mabel, d. y. 

(1733) George Elbridge,^ b. June 22, 1842 ; m. Elzadia Maria Cas- 

well, is a clerk at Concord. Ch : 

(1734) Fred Myers, ^ b. ; res. Laconia, N. H.; n. m. 

(1735) Elbridge Joshua,* b. ; d. age 21 ; n. m. 

(1736) Maude,^ b. ; m. Edward Shannon, res. Laconia. Ch : 

(i) Florence ; (2) George Levi. 

(1737) Mary Elzadia,* b. ; n. m. 

(1738) Lizzie Pike,* b. ; m. res. Laconia. 

(1739) Charlotte Loraine,^ b. ; d. y. 

(1740) Clara Ann Augusta,* b. July 15, 1852; m. Dec. 25, 1871, 

Eugene Augustus, son of Oscar and Marj' Ann B. (Forres- 
ter) Rix, b. Boston, Dec. 28, 1845. He served one year in 
Company E, ist N. H. L. A.; was a carriage trimmer for 
many years now a printer and maker of rubber stamps at 
Concord. Ch : (i) Charlotte Ann, b. May 31, 1873; m. 
May 26, 1897, Edward E. Watrous, insurance agent, res. 
Pittsburg, Pa. No children ; (2) Betram Forrester, b. Aug. 
19, 1877, res. Concord ; n. m.; (3) Florence Louise, b. Feb. 
16, 1883 ; n.m. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAI.I.S, OF I.YNN. 103 

1741 Betsey,^ b. ; m. John Rollins of Concord ; had son and 

daughter. 

1742 Corlis,' b. ; m. , and had (1742 A) Gilbert,* who lived 

in New York City. 

1743 Leavitt Bennett,'' b. 

1744 Sarah Jane,'' b. ; m. Hanson Evans; she is a widow and 

res. Alton, N. H. 

1745 Jesse, ^ b. ; drowned. 

685 

James li>f g AhhS, '^ (/ohn,^ £/dad,* Samue/,^ Henry, ^ Edmund^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Canterbury, 
N. H., Sept. 5, 1782; married Louisa Wheei^ER. He was a 
farmer at Canterbury and No. Walden, Vt. 

Children, born Canterbury : 

1746 Mary Russell ''. 

1747 Perley Wheeler,^ b. Oct. 16, 1807 ; d. Stannard, Vt., Apr. 20, 1891 ; 

m. Lovina, daughter of Rev. John Garfield of Wheelock. He 
was a farmer and mechanic at Walden. Ch : (1748) John,^ d. y.; 
(1749) William Franklin,^ b. Sept. 26, 1851 ; m. June 19, 1879, 
Ruth Adella, daughter of Rev. George W. and Polly V. (Low) 
Bixby. He was tax collector, constable and farmer at Walden, 
now res. Providence, R. I. Ch : (1750) Viotti Minella,^ b. Aug. 
25, 1882; (1751) Maurice George, ^ b. Sept. 7, 1883. (1752) 
Louisa,^ d. y.; (1753) Emma Etta,^ b. Mar. 23, 1861 ; m. July 13, 
1887, Elmer Daniel, son of John L,. and Susan (Drew) Kelley, b. 
Gilmanton, N. H., Nov. 7, 1862. He is a farmer and grocery 
man at Franklin Falls, N. H., has been assessor and member of 
city council. Ch : (i) Florence IVinona, b. Oct. 23, 1889; (2) 
Marion Adine, b. Dec. 7, 1891 ; (3) Louise, b. Oct. 10, 1895 ; (4) 
Helen Francis, b. Jan. 18, 1897. 

1754 Betsey Cox'. 

1755 William Perry ''. 

1756 Patty Adeline '. 

1757 Louise Ruhama''. 

1758 Dorothea Wheeler,' b. Mar. 22, 1828; m. Mar. 5, 1846, James J. 

Snow, b. Spencer, Mass, July 10, 1810; d. Franklin, N. H., 
Dec. 10, 1892. Ch:(i) Amos Wilder, b. Dec. 11, 1846; (2) 
Alonzo James,, b. Feb. 27, 1849; d. Mar. 19, 1899; m. Adelaide 
Amsden ; (3) Sarah Louisa, b. July 17, 1851 ; d. Sept. 1900; m. 
Peter Dana ; (4) Susan Eliza, b. June 19, 1854 ; m. Milton Burtt, 
res. Manchester, N. H.; (5) Lda Lavina, b. June 22, 1857 ; m. 
Elmer W. French, res. Franklin ; (6) Julia Etta, b. Jan. 30, 
1861 ; m Joseph H. Wills of Franklin; {i)John Printis, b. Apr. 
25, 1866; m. Mary Woodward, res. Manchester; (8) George 
William, b. Aug. 7, 1869 ; m. Flora D. Smith, res. Franklin. 

689 

Solomon Ingalls,® {Henry,^ Henry,'^ Henry,^ Henry,'^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Henry and Sarah (Putnam) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, Mass., June 13, 1750; married, first, Abigail Carle- 
ton. She died May 24, 1776, age 25. Married, second, Apr, 



104 INGALLS GENEAI.OGY. 

22, 1779, Mercy Wilson. She was born Feb. 22, 1752; died 
Sept. 4, 1797; married, third, 1799, Hannah Harris. He 
was a revolutionary soldier from 1776 to 1781 ; attained the 
rank of Sergeant Major. At the close of the war he moved to 
Pillar Point, near Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., N. Y. About 
the year 1800 he collected material for a genealogy of the family, 
and the compiler has found charts of his ancestry in all parts 
of the country. He died Sept. 22, 1840. 

Children : 

1759 Abigail Carleton," b. May 25, 1780; m. Abner Hackett. 

-f-1760 Solomon, ■^ b. July 5, 1781 ; m. Catherine Dorr. 

1761 Sarah," b. Nov. 27, 1782. 

1762 Hannah,'' b. Sept. 20, 1784. 

-I-1763 Henry,'' b. July 26, 1786 ; m. Prudence White. 

1764 John,'' b. Feb. 27, 1788; m. ist, Eunice ; 2d, Cynthia White. 

1765 Putnam,^ b. Nov. 23, 1789; d. Aug. 23, 1795. 

4-1766 James,'' b. Aug. 4, 1791 ; m. ist, Laura Cooley, 2d, Hannah Sweet. 

1767 Sophia," b. Oct. 6, 1792 ; m. Herman Harris. 

1768 Betsey,'' b. June 29, 1794; m. P. W. Breed. 

1769 Putnam,'' b. Feb. 22, 1796. 

696 

Daniel Ingalls," {Henry,^ Henry,'^ Henry,^ Henry^^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Henry and Sarah (Andrews) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, Mass., Jan. 13, 1758: married Mary Tapley, widow of 
Tarbell. She died at Merrimack, N. H., Jan. 6, 1826. 
He was a revolutionary soldier from 1775 to Jan. i, 1780. He 
lived at Merrimack, N. H., and died there 1832. 

Children : 

1770 Polly,'' b. Oct. I, 1786 ; d. n. m. 

1771 Sarah Putnam,'' b. Apr. 15, 1790; d. Feb. 5, 1825. 

1772 Elizabeth,'' b. Mar. 6, 1792; m. Isaac Gage of Bedford, N. H. 

1773 Rebecca," b. Sept. 3, 1793; d. Boston; m. Putnam Ingalls 

Farnum, son of James and Rebecca (Ingalls) Farnum, b. No. 
Andover, Mar. 10, 1788 ; d. Roxbury, Nov. 25, 1852. He was a 
prominent citizen of Salem until 1813 then moved to Roxbury. 
Ch : (I) Charles /., b. Mar. 18, 1826 ; d. at sea, Feb. 1853. 

+ 1774 Daniel Tapley,^ b. Apr. 19, 1795; m. Lucinda Clark. 

1775 Henry Tarbell,' b. Apr. 28, 1797; m; lived at Merrimack, had 
Ch. b. there : (1775A) Henry Augustus,^ b. Sept. 8, 1823; d. 
N. Y.; {1775B) Sarah Putnam,^ b. Feb. 20, 1827; d. Apr. 1891 ; 
m. Alfred A. Valentine, and had daughter, Mrs. Walter Hub- 
bard, res. N. Y.; (1775C) Mary Frances,^ b. July 6, 1827; d. 
; m. Judge Aaron W. Sawyer of Nashua, N. H. No 
children; (1775D) Elizabeth Bussey,* b. June 20, 1829; m. E. 
R. Jones, res. N. Y. City ; (1775E) Rebecca Farnham,* b. Mar. 
28, 1831 ; d. N. Y.; n. m. 

4-1776 Putnam,' b. Mar. 16, 1799; m. Margaret Caldwell. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 105 

701 

David Ingalls/ {David, ^ Henry, * Henry ^^ Henry,' Edtnund'^), 
son of David and Priscilla (How) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., 
Feb. 19, 1751. He marched to Lexington on the alarm Apr. 19, 
1775 ; after the war he moved to Bradford, N. H., was a farmer 
and deacon of the Congregational church ; died Dec. 28, 1834. 

Children : 

1777 David, '' b. Oct. 5, 1780; d. Rockingham, Vt., 1854; m. Mehitable 
. Ch : (1778) Mehitable,* m. Raymond Brockway ; (1779) 
Priscilla,* m. Zeba Brockway ; (1780) Azel,* b. Washington, 
N. H., July 12, 1812 ; m. Alma Barrett, moved to Chester, Vt. 
Ch: {1781) Tamson**; (1782) Eady »; (1783) Lucius"; (1784) 
Zeba 9. (i785)Millie W8. 

1786 Anna," b. May 6, 1782 ; d. Oct. 30, 1857 ; n. m. 

1787 John,^ b. May 16, 1783; d. Newport, N. H. ; prob. m. Hannah, 

daughter of Peter and Mercy (Ingalls) Chandler. Ch : (1788) 
Moses*; (1789) David*. 
-I-1790 Solomon," b. Dec. 9, 1789; m. Charlotte Mclntire. 

704 

Edmund Ingalls," {David,^ Henry,'^ Henry,^ Henty,^ Ed- 
mund'^) , son oi David and Priscilla (How) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, Mass., July 3, 1757; married, 1784, Mary, daughter of 
Daniel Lovejoy. She died 1807, age 52. He was a revolution- 
ary soldier at the Battle of Lexington Apr. 19, 1775, and served 
in several companies for which he received a pension during the 
last years of his life. He settled at Londonderry, N. H., then 
moved to Londonderry, Vt. ; was a blacksmith and deacon of 
the Congregational church. He died Mar. 8, 1849. 

Children : 

+1791 Edmund,^ b. Feb. 22, 1785 ; m. Mary Martin. 

1792 Da\dd,'^ b. May 31, 1787; d. Londonderry, Vt., 1819. He was a 

Congregational clergyman, and never married. 

1793 Daniel," b. Mar. 23, 1789; d. Aug. 10, 1891. 

1794 Mary,^ b. Feb. 27, 1791 ; prob. d. y. 

4-1795 Abiel," b. May 4, 1793 ; m. Mehitable Person. 

1796 Abel," b. Oct. 8, 1796 ; prob. d. y. 

1797 Priscilla," b. Apr. 19, 1799; d. 1857. 

719 

Aaron Ingalls,® {David,^ Henry, * He7iry, ^ Hemy,'^ Edmund^), 
son of David and Priscilla (How) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., 
May 19, 1767; married Jane Williams. He was a farmer at 
Londonderry, N. H., and Milton, Vt. Died 1795. 



106 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1798 Elizabeth,^ b. abt. 1791 ; d. Michigan. 
-f-1799 Aaron,' b. Sept. 30, 1793; m. Fanny Hopkins. 

1800 Sophia," b. Sept. 14, 1795 ; d. Mar. 19, 1862. 

736 

Isaac Ingalls,^ {Isaac, ^ Hoiyy,'^ Henry, ^ Henry, "^ Edmund'^), 
son of Isaac and Mary (Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., 
May 12, 1770; married Eunice, daughter of Joshua and Anna 
(Dyer) Horton. She was born 1770 ; died Oct. 14, 1855. He 
was a farmer and settled at Blue Hill, Me., where he died Oct. 
30, 1838. 

Children, born Blue Hill : 

1801 Isaac," b. Dec. 17, 1795 ; m. Sally Carter. He went to 111. and 

had a large family who moved to Wis. Ch : (1802) George*; 
(1803) Sarah «; (1804) Judson «; (1805) Joanna^; (1806) Mary ^; 
(1807) Newton^; (1808) Oscar ^; d. in prison during the Ci\'il 
War. 

1809 Anna,'' b. Feb. 3, 1798; m. Nov. 1817, Samuel Leach. 

1810 Putnam," b. Mar. 22, 1800; d. Sept. 19, 1803. 

181 1 James Peters," b. Aug. 28, 1802 ; d. June 16, 1848 ; n. m. 
Joanna Horton," b. Aug. 31, 1803; m. Daniel Orcutt. 
Phebe,' b. Aug. 29, 1804 ; m. 1827, Da\dd Orcutt of New Charles- 
town, Me. Ch : (1) Ja)iies ; (2) David. 

Putnam,'' b. Aug. 23, 1806; m. Lydia Clough. 

Brown,' b. Apr. 3, 181 1 ; m. Charltstown, Me., Mar. 1832, Emily, 
daughter of John and Mary (Trussell) Round}-, b. Blue Hill, 
Mar. 29, 1815 ; d. Shelbyville, 111., Aug. 4, 1876. He was a 
blacksmith, gunsmith and deacon of the Baptist church at 
Shelbyville, is now retired, living at Stewardson. Ch : (1816) 
Mary Ardell,* b. Mar. 18, 1835; m. Elbridge Marks of Orland, 
Me. Ch : (i) Helen Thurston, b. Aug. 6, 1851 ; m. 1869, John 
Hall of Shelbyville; {2) Arthur Mont/ord, b. Mar. 1853; (3) 
Ernest, b. 1869. (1817) Eliza Woodward,^ b. May 17, 1838 ; m. 
1865, Humphrey Saunders, a mariner of Bucksport, Me.; moved 
to Illinois and imported horses; d. Apr. 25, 1900. No children. 
She res. at Stewardson; (1818) Albert Pearl, * b. Mar. 9, 184 1 ; 
m. Delphine Graham, is a gunsmith at St. Louis, Mo. No 
children. 

1819 Parker,'' b. Dec. 10, 1813 ; m. went to Illinois and his children 

went to Laclade Co., Mo., about 1850. 

1820 Asenath Burnham,' b. Aug. 15, 1818 ; n. m. 

1821 Nancy,'' b. Oct. 14, 1821 ; d. Oct. i, 1842; n. m. 

737 

Jacob Ingalls,® (Aaar,^ Heyiry,* Hemy,^ Henry, '^ Edmu7id^), 
son of Isaac and Mary (Osgood) Ingalls, born Andover, Mass., 
Aug. 27, 1772 ; married, first, Oct. 3, 1796, Abigail Horton. 
She was born Mar. lo, 1774; died Oct. 6, 1806. Married, sec- 



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ond, Dec. 14, 1809, Mary Peckrr, widow of Clough. 

She was born 1773; died July 27, 1853. He was a farmer 
settled at Blue Hill, Me., and died there Mar. 6, 1848. 

Children by Abigail Horton : 

1822 Mary,^ b. Mar. 12, 1798; m. Floyd Hinckley. 

1823 Priscilla,'^ b. Apr 11, 1800. 

1824 Hannah,'^ b. Sept. 23, 1802; m. 1819, Nathan Arnold. 

1825 Abigail, '^ b. July 20, 1806. 

Children by Mary Pecker : 

+ 1826 Jacob,' b. Sept. 12, 1810; m. Sarah A. Blaisdell. 
-(-1827 John,'' b. Aug. 16, 1812; m. Prudence Dunham. 
-+-1828 Nahum Hinckley,' b. Oct. 14, 1814 ; m. Abigail McCaslin. 



748 

Reuben Ingalls,® {Ebenezer,^ Francis,'^ Henry,^ Henry^^ 
Edmund^), son of Ebeuezer and Sarah (Curtis) Ingalls, 
born Andover, Mass., Dec. 19, 1769; married Rebecca, 
daughter of Benjamin and Rebecca (Lindsay) Wormstead. She 
was born at Marblehead, Mass., May 7, 1772. Her father was 
a wealthy ship builder at Marblehead, and the marriage was 
strongly opposed by the family on account of his lack of means. 
With his young wife he went to Bridgton, Me., in 1793, and en- 
gaged in farming. Died about 1850. 

Children : 

1829 Samuel,' b. Marblehead, Sept. 9, 1792; m. ist, Rebecca Webb, 

2d, ; was a farmer at Bridgton. No children. 

1830 Rebecca,' b. Bridgton, Mar. 6, 1794; d. Nov. 19, 1871 ; m. 1816, 

Nathaniel Flint of Sweden, Me., b. Sept 26, 1790; d. Oct. 9, 
1875. He was a farmer, living for many years in a log house, 
following with a frame house, still standing and owned by a 
grandson. Ch : 

(i) Rebecca, b. Jan. 30, 1817 ; d. Feb. 16, 1836; m. Jan. 30, 
1835, Jonathan Whitney. 

(2) Nathaniel, b. Sept. 30, 1818; d. Nov. 4, 1847; m. Nov. 10, 

1841, Dolly Morrison, she res. Lowell, Me. 

(3) Reuben Ingalh, b. Sept. 22, 1820; d. Dec. i, 1838. 

(4) John, b. Aug. 30, 1822; d. Feb. 27, 1853; m. Jan. 3, 1844, 

Eliza Bennett. Ch : (I) Reuben Ingalls, b. June 28, 
1845; m. Feb. 12, 1877, Sarah J. McLean; he is a 
builder at Richebucto, N. B. ; (II) John W., b. Oct. 11, 
1850; m. Nov. 26, 1884, Nellie M. Evans ; he is a farmer 
at Sweden. 

(5) Benjamin IV., b. July 15, 1824; d. Oct. 2, 1846. 



108 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(6) Charles Waisofi, b. Aug. 13, 1826; d. June 6, 1898; m. 1st, 

Feb. 3, 1848, Sarah F. Stearns, b. May 2, 1826 ; d. July 2, 
1853; m. 2d, May 20, 1855, Jane M. Bennett, b. Freedom, 
N. H., Mar. 24, 1836. He was a farmer at Sweden, 
served in the 23rd Me. Vols, during the Civil War; held 
many town offices and clerk of the F. B. church. Ch : 
(I) Chari.es Francois, b. Jan. 9, 1849; m. Eunice Jane, 
daughter of Josiah and Johanna (Hanson) Harmon ; b. 
Feb. 10, 1850 ; is an organ maker and postmaster at 
West Sterling, Mass.; Ch. (A) Charles Josiah, b. Apr. 
14, 1876; (B) Henry Francois, b. May 5, 1881 ; (C) Jennie 
Eva, b. Jan. 22, 1883 ; (D) Albert Robert, b. Aug. 22, 
1887. (II) Solomon Stearns, b. Aug. 13, 1850, is a 
builder at Worcester, Mass.; (Ill) Benjamin Webber, 
b. Dec. 14, 1851 ; m. Abbie Heath Weeks, res. Chat- 
ham, N. H.; (IV) N.\TH.\NiEL F., b. May 8, 1857; d. 
Dec. 15, 1858; (V) Sarah J,, b. Oct. 5, 1858; m. 
1877, J. Frank Bennett, he d. Sept. 1878; (VI) Wil- 
liam M., b. June 7, i860; m. Apr. 15, 1885, Nellie 
Pike, b. Dec. 31, i860; d. June 6, 1902. He is a 
farmer and meat dealer at Sweden; (VII) John B., 
b. Feb. 19, 1862; m. Mar. 31, 1898, Susie Chandler; 
he is a farmer on the homestead at Sweden ; (VIII) 
George A., b. July 14, 1864; m. 1891, Ida Dawes; he 
is a farmer at Harrison, Me.; (IX) Marsh.^ll I., b. 
Nov. 12, 1865; d. Sept. 29, 1872; (X) Eben Ingalls, 
b. June 23, 1867 ; m. Nov. 24, 1896, Jennie Weeks ; is 
a farmer at Conway, N. H.; (XI) Lilly M., b. 
Sept. 6, 1869; m. Wilber Moulton, a farmer at 
Sweden ; (XII) Joseph, b. Apr. 30, 1871 ; d. Oct. 8, 
1875; (XIII) Eliza A., b. Dec. 3, 1873; m. Nov. 24, 
1896, Preston Chandler, a farmer at Chatham, N. H.; 
(XIV) Royal N., b. June 12, 1877; (XV) Alfonso F., 
b. Sept. 12, 1878; (XVI) Alonzo J., b. Sept. 12, 1878. 

(7) Samuel /., b. July 4, 1828; d. Feb. 4, 1833. 

(8) Marshall, b. June i, 1831 ; d. Dec. 15, 1862; m. Oct. 30, 

1853, Abbie Russell of Lowell, Me.; he served in the 
23rd Me. Vols., and died in the army. Ch : (I) Mary 
Rebecca, b. Oct. i, 1854; m. Merrill Charles; (II) 
Georgia Isabelle, b. Oct. 9, 1856; m. Dec. 25, 1879, 
Spencer K. Parker; (III) Dora Clark, b. May 8, 1858; 
m. 1st, George W. Grover, d. Mar. 29, 1896; m. 2d, June 
26, 1901, Percival Gammon. 
1831 Elizabeth,'' b. Feb. i, 1796; d. Oct. 26, 1817. 
-+1832 Reuben,^ b. June 19, 1798; m. ist, Elizabeth M. Emerson, 2d, 

Ruby Additon. 
+ 1833 Ebenezer,' b. May 4, 1800; m. Irene Gray. 

1834 Sophronia," b. Feb. 2, 1802; m. ist. Smith Burnham, 2d, Rev. 
Burt, 3d, Joseph Cushman. No children. 
+1835 Benjamin," b. Feb, 28, 1804 ; m. Mary Homan. 
+ 1836 Joseph Lindsay,' b. Apr. 23, 1806; m. Amanda C. Hale. 

1837 Sarah Curtis," b. Jan. 30, 1809; d. Sept. 25, 1889; m. Thomas 

Newcomb of Harrison, Me. Ch : (i) Mary E., m. Cursley ; 

(2) Thomas; (3) George IV., m. Abbie Trafton ; (4) Emily, m. 
Stephen Tavlor of Byron, Me. 

1838 Mary F.,^ b. May 5, 1811 ; d. Nov. 17, 1817. 

1839 Roxanna," b. Aug. 20, 1813 ; d. May 25, 1895; m. Mar. 8, 1832, 

Benjamin Kimball Carsley, b. Harrison, Me., May 30, 1810, was 
a farmer and hotel keeper at No. Bridgton, started overland 
for California, Feb. 26, and d. Independence, Mo., May 23 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 109 

1849. Ch : (1) Leonard, b. Nov. 12, 1832; d. Boston, Sept. 12, 
1853; (2) Albion, b. Sept. 18, 1840; m. Apr. 28, 1864, Mary M. 
Gifford. He served in the Civil War, was in business at Boston, 
lived at Lynn and Melrose, Mass., since 1875 a farmer at 
Harrison, Me. Ch : (I) GEORGE Leonard, b. Sept. 23, 1865 ; m. 
Lilly W. Whittier. 



751 

Nathan Ikgalls,*' {Francis,^ Francis,'' Henry, ^ Henry,^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, June 12, 1755; married, Apr. 15, 1778, Phebe Griffin. 
She was born Mar. 26, 1766; died Dec. 28, 1843. He was a 
revolutionarj' soldier; Minute Man 1775; a corporal in Cap- 
tain Johnson's company 1777 ; moved to Bridgton, Me., in 
1780, and died there Jan. 8, 1835. 

Children, born Bridgton : 

+1840 Nathan," b. Feb. 9, 1779; ^^i- Charlotte Leighton. 

1841 Nehemiah," b. Sept. 17, 1780; m. . Ch : (1842) William «; 

(i843)_Lucy A. A.S; (1844) Henry «; (1845) Charles ». 
+1846 Charles," b. June 30, 1782 ; m. Louisa Moore. 

1847 William," b. July 31, 1784 ; m. 

1848 Phebe,' b. Dec. '2, 1787; m. Fairbrother. Ch : (i) Nathan ; 

(2) Alzada ; (3) Zilphine, b. Aug. 26, 1844. 

1849 Joseph,' b. Feb. 20, 1789; d. Julv, 1846; m. . Ch : (1850) 

MellenS; (1851) Henry »; ( 1852) Luther «. 

1853 Alfred," b. Feb. 26, 1791 ; m. Huldah Kilborn. He lived at 
Bridgton. Ch : (1854) Huldah M.,»b. Mar. 19, 1820; m. Samuel 
Silsbee ; (1855) Nathan Griffin, « b. Jan. 13, 1822; d. Dec. 18, 
1848; (1856) Amanda, 8 b. Feb. 26, 1826; m. Theodore Ingalls; 
(1857) Marv R.,» b. Feb. 26, 1826; (1858) John R.,^ b. Feb. 25, 
1828; (1859) Abigail*. 

i860 Lydia," b. July 29, 1793. 

1861 Marj'," b. Nov. 4, 1796. 

1862 Charlotte," b. Jan. 31, 1799 ; m. Amos Ingalls. 

1863 Eliza," b. May 7, 1801. 

(Note.) One of the above d. Mercer, Me., Mav 20, 1R21. Ch : (1864) Narcissa^ ; b. Nov. 
25. iSu : (1S65) William.s b. Aug. 2. 1S13 ; (1S66) Joseph B.,8 b. Feb. 14, 1815 ; (1S67) Lorenzo 
F.,8 b. Oct. 16, 1S20. 



752 

Isaiah Ingalls,® {Francis,^ Francis,"^ Hcnry,^ Henry,^ Ed- 
?nu)id^), son of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Mass., July 13, 1756; married, first, Esther, 
daughter of Jacob Stevens. She was born Apr. 12, 1759; died 
Oct. 17, 1778, Married, second, Phebe Curtis. She was 



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INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



born Aug. 6, 1760; died Nov., 1843. He was a revolutionary 
soldier, marched in Capt. Thomas Poor's company Apr. 19, 
1775 ; was at Bunker Hill and a drummer at Albany and Valley 
Forge. He settled at Bridgton, Me., and died there June 2, 
1831. 

Children by Esther Stevens : 
-|-i868 Stevens,' b. Feb. 28, 1778; m. Rebecca Kilborn. 

Children by Phebe Curtis : 

+ 1869 Francis," b. Sept. 3, 1784 ; m. Betsey White. 
+ 1870 Isaiah,'' b. June 5, 1787; m. Sophia Perley. 

1871 Amos," b. Apr. 3, 1789; m. Charlotte Ingalls. He lived and died 

at Mercer, Maine. Ch : (1872) William W.,^ b. Feb. 10, 1824; 

d. Lowell, Mass.; (1873) Alvina,^ b. July 28, 1825; m. William 

Lancaster of New Sharon, Me. (1874) Adaline E.,^ b. Nov. 26, 

1829 ; (1875) Hannibal,^ b. June 10, 1831. 

1876 Phebe," b. June 6, 1791. 

1877 Esther," b. Jan. 3, 1794. 

1878 Evelina," b. May 7, 1796; m. Job C. Lord, who d. Demark, Me., 

Jan. 2, 1836. Ch : (i) Job C..,h. Apr. 19, 1812 ; (2) Ruel Barrows, 
b. July 3, 1819; d. Sept., 1840; (3) James, b. Aug. 19, 1821 ; (4) 
Evelina, b. Oct. 25. 1824 ; m. Elias Berry. Ch : (I) Augusta, m. 
Diamond; (II) Frank, res. Philadelphia. (5) Isaiah 
Ingalls, b. June 2, 1827; d. Chillicothe, O., Sept. 19, 1897; m. 
1st, Ellen Fultz, b. 1836; d. 1858; m. 2d, Mary, daughter of 
Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Reid) Tuttle, b. Chillicothe, Apr. 21, 
1831. Ch: (I) Ella, b. Sept. 3, 1856, res. Chillicothe; (II) 
Etta B., b. Aug. 12, 1858; d. Sept. 16, 1883; (III) Lizzie 
Tuttle, b. Mar. 21, 1865; d. Mar. 31, 1895; m. June 9, 1892, 
Allan Wendell Hamill. Ch : (A) Robert Lord, b. Chillicothe, 
Mar. 19, 1895. (IV) Carrie Eveline, b. Apr. 13, 1867; (V) 
Ch,\rles WenTworth, b. Mar. 25, 1870; (VI) Frank Ruel, b. 
Nov. 28, 1871. (6) Thankful, b. Jan. 10, 1830; d. 1848; (7) 
Wentworth, b. May 4, 1832; m. Elizabeth Laughlin. Ch : (I) 
Eveline, res. The Dalles, Oregon. (8) Phebe /., b. Jan. 5, 
1835 ; m. Edwin Houghton. 

1879 Hannibal," b. July 5, 1798; d. Dec. 11, 1871 ; m. Julia Emerson, d. 

Rochester, N. H., Aug. 14, 1888. He was a prominent man at 
Mercer, Me., held the offices of town clerk, selectman, school 
superintendent, and county commissioner. No children. 



753 

Phineas Ingalls,® {Francis,^ Fra)in's,^ Henry, ^ Henry,- Ed- 
nnind'^), sou of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Nov. 14, 1758; married, Oct. 22, 1783, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Jacob Stevens. She was born Nov. 19, 1764; died 
July 19, 1858. He was a revolutionary' soldier Bunker Hill, 
1775; Albany, 1776; moved to Bridgton, Me., 1781 ; and died 
there Jan. 5, 1844. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. HI 

Children, born Bridgton : 

+1880 Aaron J b. Sept. 20, 1784; m. Sarah Berry. 
-|-i88i AsaJ b. Jan. 14, 1787 ; m. Phebe Berry. 

1882 Theodore," b. Feb. 20, 1790; rn. Sarah Carter, she d. Sept. 15, 

1824; he was a physician and prominent politician at Portland, 
Me.; d. May 9, 1857. No children. 

1883 Elizabeth,'' b. May i, 1793 ; d. 1865 ; m. ist, Feb. 24, 1823, William 

Webb, m. 2d, June 20, 1842, Stephen Beeman. 

1884 Eunice,' b. Sept. 8, 1795; d. Oct. 9, 1845; m. Apr. 12, 1821; 

Stephen Peary, he b. Jan. 3, 1792. Ch : (i) Cynthia, b. Feb. 17, 
1822; d. 1843; (2) Arabel, b. Feb. 17, 1824; d. 1842; (3) Almir'a 
/., b. May 18, 1830; (4) Helen, b. July 13, 1834. 
+1885 Phineas,'' b. Dec. 22, 1797; m. Ruth H. Elder. 

1886 Cynthia,' b. June 9, 1800; d. Sept. 30, 1866; ni. Sept. 15, 1823; 

Ichabod Warren. Ch : (i) Phineas, b. Aug. 25, 1824; d. 1827; 
(2) IVilliaiu IV., b. Apr. 19, 1827; (3) Phineas I., b. Jan. 6, 1829; 
(4) Cynthia, b. Mar. 12, 1832; (5) Elizabeth J., b. Apr. 15, 1834; 
(6) Octavia, b. Apr. 16, 18^7; (7) Gustavia, b. Apr. 16, 1837; 
d. 1853. 

1887 Tabitha,' b. Feb. 15, 1803 ; d. Dec. 18, 1886 ; m. June 9, 1836, Hugh 

Bennett, he b. Mar. 29, 1807. Ch : (i) Eihvard, b. July 5, 1837 ; 
d. 1879; (2) Robert A., b. July 13, 1842; d. i860; (3) Elizabeth, 
b. July 25, 1845. 

1888 Almira,' b. Dec. 14, 1806; d. Mar. 26, 1840; ni. June 9, 1836, 

Nathaniel Potter. Ch : (i) Miranda F., b. Mar. 24, 1837; d. 
Cal.; m. Albion Johnson ; (2) Charles, b. Feb. 11, 1840; d. 1865. 



754 

Francis Ingalls/ {Francis,^ Francis,^ Henry,^ Henry,'^ Ed- 
i7iund^), son of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Mass., May 30, 1760; married, Aug. 20, 1785, Nancy 
EsTES. He was a revolutionary soldier, enlisting in 1777 ; 
moved to Bridgton, Me., and died there June 25, 1834. 

Children : 

1889 Nancy,' b. Feb. 28, 1788; m. Zachariah Davis. 

1890 Gardner,' b. Oct. 9, 1790. 

1891 Samuel,' b. July 3, 1792 ; d. Feb. 7, 1843 ! ™- J ^^^ widow m. 

John Jewett, moved to Ipswich, Mass. Ch : (1892) Almira,* b. 
Mar. 17, 1821 ; (1893) Gardner,^ b. Nov. 2, 1822 ; d. July 25,1843 ; 
(1894) Sylvanus,8b. June 3, 1824; (1895) Mary,^ b. Mar. 27, 1826 ; 
(1896) vSamuel,^ b. Nov. 16, 1828; d. Jan. 12, 1843. 

1897 Susan,' b. Apr. 9, 1794; m. Zachariah Davis. 

1898 Francis,' b. Apr. 3, 1796; m. Almira Brackett. He lived at 

Naples, Me. Ch : (1899) Francis Oren,^ b. 1S36 ; d. Maiden, 
Mass., Dec. 21, 1901 ; m. Elizabeth K. . He was a maker 

of perfumery at Maiden. Ch : (1900) Delbert W.,^ res. Maiden. 

1908 Abel,' b. May 3, 1798; d ; m. . Ch : (1909) Eliza,^ b. 

Nov. 9, 1830; (1910) Mary M., 8 b. Aug. 2, 1829; (1911) Alvina,^ 
b. Sept. 27, 1832. 

1912 Miranda'. 



112 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

755 

Jonathan Ingalls,® {Francis^" Francis,^ H€7iry,^ Henry, ^ Fd- 
mund^), son of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Feb. 25, 1762; married, May 26, 1792, Sarah 
Berry. He was a revolutionary soldier, settled at No. An- 
dover, and died there July 9, 1837. 

Children : 

+ 1913 Francis," b. Aug. 18, 1793; m. Elizabeth B. Foster. 

1914 IraJ b. Apr. 21, 1795; ta. . Ch : (1915) Charlotte E.^; (1916) 

Anne Maria ^; (1917) Henrv F.*; (1918) Sarah J. B.^; (1919) Ira 
F.»; (1920) Mehi table A«. 

1921 Sarah,' b. Sept. 22, 1797. 

1922 Mehitable," b. Nov. 3, 1800; d. May 15, i860; m. A. A. Abbott. 

756 

Theodore Ingalls,*^ (F?'anczs,^ Fra/ict's,^ Henry, ^ Hemy,'^ Ed- 
nnind^), son of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Mar. 30, 1764; married, first, Sept. 11, 1792, Han- 
nah, daughter of Nathaniel Berry, married, second, Sally 
Flint, married, third, Ruth Flint. He was an influential 
citizen and farmer at Middleton, Mass., where he died Nov. 7, 
1817. 

Children, born Middleton : 

1923 Enoch," b. Aug. 10, 1793; d. Dec. 27, 1847; ™- 1845, Sally Upton. 

Ch : (1924) Oscar Gilman,* m. twice, res. Somerville, Mass., 
had two children by tirst wife. 

1927 Moody," b. 1795; d. Feb. 14, 1831 ; m. Nancv Elliot. No children. 

1928 Amelia Sally Flint," b. Mar. 8, 1807; d. May 8. 1818. 

1929 Hannah Berry," b. Oct. 8, 1808; d. Feb. 11, 1820. 
-f-1930 Elias Theodore," b. Oct. 7, 1810; m. Eliza Chase. 

757 

Asa Ingalls,*^ {Francis,^ Francis* Henry,^ Henry^' Ed- 
mund'^), son of P'rancis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Jan. 17, 1766; married, first, Mary Estes, married, 
second. Patience Jewett, married third, Mehitable Loring. 
He moved to Bridgton, Me., and died there Mar. 18, 1842. 

Children : 

1931 Mary," b. June 8, 1792. 

1932 Sarah," b. Sept. 24, 1793; m. Joshua Emerson. Ch : (i) Eunice, 

b. Aug. 4, 1811 ; (2) Mary M., b. Apr. 15, 1816; (3) Asa, b. Jan. 
2, 1818; (4) Frederick C, b. June 2, 1822; (5) Levi, b. .\pr. 28, 
1826, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 113 

+ 1933 Spofford.'b. July 7, 1796; m. Lydia Morrison, vSophronia Witham, 
Tamson Witham. 

1934 Joanna," b. July 28, 1800. 

1935 Belinda,' b. Mar. 6, 1804; m. John Morrison. Ch : (i) William 

A., b. July 29, 1823; (2) Joanna /.. b. Feb. 11, 1825; (7,) John, b. 
June 26, 1827; (4) Charles G., b. Mar. 9, 1832; (5) Lucy J., 
b. Feb. 15, 1834. 
+ T936 Levi,' b. Aug. 7, 1805 ; m. Harriet Bradstreet. 

Child by Mehitable Loring : 
1937 Harriet," b. Aug. 27, 1815. 

758 

Cyrus Ingalls,® {Francis,^ Francis,^ Henry,^ Henry,^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Francis and Eunice (Jennings) Ingalls, born 
Andover, Dec. 13, 1768; married, Sarah Barker. Removed 
to Bridgton, Me., and then to Denmark, Me. ; was a farmer 
and died there May 31, 1832. 

Children : 

+1938 Cyrus,' b. June 9, 1802 ; m. Priscilla Colby. 

^939 George Jefferson,' b. Nov. 11, 1803; d. Dec. 8, 1831 ; m. 

Ch : (1940) George,^ b. Apr. 11, 1832; d. Lowell, Aug. 11, 1833. 

1941 Lucy B.,' b. May 25, 1805; d. Dec. 19, 1830; m. Henry Berry. 

Ch : (i) Charles ; (2) Rujus ; (3) Leonard Ingalls, b. Dec. 7, 1830. 

1942 Orin,' b. Feb. 29, 1808 ; d. Feb. 7, 1810. 

+ 1943 Leonard Kimball,' b. Sept. 9, 1809; m. Lorenda D. Abbott. 

1944 Orin Barker,' b. Nov. 26, 1810 ; m. Nancy Smith. Ch : (1945) 
Rufus,^ b. June 8, 1847; d. Belvidere, 111., 1899, had two 
daughters. 

1948 Sarah Emily,' b. June 2, 1812 ; d. Oct. 7, i860; m. Royal Warren 

of So. Bridgton. Ch : (i) Henry E., b. Apr. 29, 1835 ; (2) Harvey 
E., b. Mar. 7, 1837 ; (3) Cyrus Ingalls, b. Feb. 10, 1839; {\) Jane 
M., b. Nov. 22, 1847; d. Nov. 8, 1850; (5) Rufus Ingalls, b. May 
4, 1852. 

1949 Jonathan B.,'b. Feb. 9, 1814; d. Jan. 4, 1896; m. Mrs. Caroline 

Barker Gee, she d. Nov. 27, 1901. No children. 

1950 Rufus,' b. July 18, 1816; d. Feb. i, 1817. 

1951 Ruby Bridges,' b. July 5, 1817 ; d. Apr. 5, 1891 ; m. Osborne 

Foster. 
-f-1952 Rufus,' b. Aug. 23, 1818. 

1953 Mary,' b. Sept. 14, 1821 ; d. June 9, 1824. 



760 

Jeremiah Ingalls,® {Abijah,^ Francis,'^ Henry, ^ Henry, '^ Ed- 
und^), son of Abijah and Elizabeth (Hutchinson) Ingalls, 
born Andover, Mass., Mar. i, 1764; married, Newbury, Vt., 
Apr. 28, 1 79 1, Mary, daughter of Joshua and Marjorie (Knowl- 
ton) Bigelow. She was born Westminster, Mass., Mar. 16, 



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114 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1768; died Rochester, Vt., Apr. 18, 1848. He moved to New- 
bury, Vt., about 1787; was a farmer, cooper, imikeeper, sing- 
ing master, and deacon of the Congregational church. He was 
a noted musician and composer, pubhshing in 1805, "The 
Christian Harmony," and was author of " Northfield," " Ken- 
tucky," "Fillmore," and "New Jerusalem," familiar tunes 
found in all hymn books. He moved to Rochester, Vt., about 
1 810, and, died at Hancock, Apr. 6, 1838. 

Children : 

1954 Smith," b. Feb. 10, 1792; d. Berea, O., Nov. 24, 1871 ; m. Mar}- 
Bigelow; he was a farmer and shoemaker. Ch : (1955) Miles ^; 
(1956) Alfred,'* is a farmer in Okla.; (1957) Norman R.,^ b. No. 
Royalton, O., Sept. 18, 1829; m. 1850, Sarah, daughter of John 
and Elizabeth (Morton) French, b. England, Feb. 1830; he is 
a druggist and township trustee at Lagrange, O. Ch : (1958) 
Miles William, 3 b. 1850; d. 1893; m. Dec. 1875, Laura V. John- 
son ; he was a physician, had (1958A) Flora, i" b. 1876; grad. 
B. A.; (1958B) Sylvia, 10 b. 1878; grad. B. M.; (1958C) Norman 
William, 1*^ b. 1880; grad. B. S.,all grad. at Baldwin University. 
(1959) Martha,^ b. 1856; d. 1884; m. E. Spicer of Lagrange. 
Ch : (i ) Harley Miles, b. 1876 ; is a farmer at Lagrange. (1959A) 
Mary ,9 b. 1873; d. 1874. 

i960 Jeremiah," b. Feb. 5, 1794; d. Feb. 24, 1794. 

1961 Joshua," b. Jan. 13, 1795; settled on his father's farm at Roches- 
ter, Vt.; moved to Ohio in 1840, thence to Wis. Ch : (1962) 
Charles*; (1963) Henry*; (1964) Martha*; (1965) Ira 8. 

1966 Jeremiah,' b. Dec. 17, 1796; m. Sail}' Pierce of Churchill. N. Y.; 
she m. 2d, Cadwell. They parted before birth of the 

second son, he taking the eldest and joined the shakers near 
Cleveland, O., where he d. Feb. 2. 1858. Ch : (1967) George,* 
is a shaker elder in Ohio ; (1968) Zaccheus Bass,* b. Eaton, N. 
Y., Feb. 16, 1822; d. Wolfboro, N. IL, Dec. 9, 1889; m. West 
Moreland, N. Y., Nov. i, 1842, Mary Butler, daughter of Isaac 
and Martha (Murry) Nelson, b. Vienna, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1821 ; d. 
Wolfboro, Dec. 20, 1889. He was a tailor at Wolfboro. Ch : 

(1969) Elizabeth Ophelia, ^ b. Sept. 21, 1843 ; m. Augusta Centre, 
N.Y., Nov. 28, 1861, Lucien B. Butler, res. Worcester, Mass.; 
he is a retired woolen manufacturer. Ch : (i) Fred Wallace, b. 
Eaton, N. Y., Dec. 22, 1862; d. Oct. 16. 1864; (2) Hcle?t,h. 
Cherry Valley, Mass., Nov. 9, 1866; m. Nov. 15, 18S8, Philip 
Martin Pfaffmau of Wollaston, Mass., he is a woolen manu- 
facturer at Worcester. Ch : (I) Ethel May, b. Sept. 8, 1885 ; 
(II) Maudk, b. Sept. 21, 1889; (III) Gladys, b. Aug. 19, 1895. 

(1970) Helen Eliza," b. Jan. 15, 1844; m. Aug. 6, 1873, Marsh.ill 
H. Whittemore ; she res. Wolfboro; (1971) Sarah Althea,^ b. 
F'eb. 14. 1845; m. Dec. 23, 1897, James Edward Gridley of 
Wolfboro; (1972) George Pierce," b. July 14, 1855 ; m. Mar. 14, 
1879, Hannah Warren of Hollistou ; he served five years in the 
regular army; is a house painter at Milford, Mass. Ch : (1973) 
Cecil M.,i'''b. June 5, 1880; (1974) Nina, 10 b. June 6, 188^; 
(1975) Forest G.,i" b. May 14, 1884. 

1976 Mary,' b. Mar. 30, 1798; d. Jan. i, 1895; m. Page Claflin of 

Rochester, Vt. 

1977 Moses,' b. Feb. 16, 1800; d. Bethel, Vt., June 1835; m. Eliza 

Alden, left a son and daughter. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. H^ 

1980 Elizabeth,'^ b. Mar. 9, 1802; d. Newbury, abt. 1880; m. Daniel 
Claflin, who went to Berea, O. 
-I-1981 John," b. Apr. 22, 1804; m. Susan Foster. 

1982 Myra,'' b. Jan. i, 1806; d. Aug. 5, 1886; m. Josiah McWain, had 

three sons. 

1983 Isaac," b. June 7, 1809; d. Nov. 9, 1812. 

1984 Hannah," b. Aug. 2, 1811 ; d. Sept. 4, 1886; m. Holland W. 

Everts of Salisbury, Vt., had two sons and two daughters. 



766 

Ezra Ingalls,'^ {Abijah,^ Francis,'' Henry,^ Henty,' Ed- 
mund'^), son of Abijah and Elizabeth (Hutchinson) Ingalls, 
born Andover, Mass., Apr. 12, 1773; married Dolly Wilson. 
She was born 1778; died Feb. 24, 1864. He was a farmer at 
the West Parish of Andover, and died there Mar. 6, 1828. 

Children, born Andover : 

+ 1985 Wilson,^ b. Mar. 25, 1809; m. ist, Appelowa Citterby, 2d, Jane 
Case. 
1986 Ezra," was a blacksmith, went to Holliston, Mass., then in 1836 
to Townshend, Vt., and for forty-four years was the leading 
blacksmith in that town. He had eleven children, three now 
living. (1987) William H-.^b. 1840; m. ist, Mary E. Sawyer, 
2d, 1890, Mrs. Lucy A. Edson. He is a blacksmith at Towns- 
hend, served in tlie Ci\'il War in Company H, 8th Vt., Vols. 
Regiment ; (1988) J. Wilson, ^ lives Sterling, Mass. ; (1989) 
Allurus H.,^ lives Southampton, Mass. 

2006 Harriet," b. 1814 ; d. June 7, 1839 ; m. John Burrill of Boston. 

2007 Mary,^ m. Ezra Abbott of Lawrence, Mass. 



769 

Peter 1^gkt.i.S,^{ /oseph ,^ Joseph,^ Henry, ^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), 
son of Joseph and Sarah (Abbott) Ingalls, born Pomfret, Conn., 
Feb. 19, 1752; married, Apr. 20, 1775, Sarah, daughter of 
Joseph and Sarah (Cresy) A.shley. She was born Nov. 2, 1752 ; 
died Nov. 18, 181 1. He was a tanner at Pomfret and was 
called "Captain,'' having served in the Revolution. He died 
June II, 1808. The homestead he built is still standing at 
Elliott (then Abington), and is now owned by descendants of his 
daughter Parmelia. 

Children : 

2008 Sarah," b. ; m. Sept. 18, 1796, Ephapras Child of Wood- 

stock. Ch : (I) Prentice. 

2009 Asa,^ b. ; m. widow Crane. 

2010 Olive,' b. Nov. 12, 1781 ; m. Oct. 7, 1798, Elijah Holmes of 

Herkimer, N. Y. 



116 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

2011 Joseph Royal," b. Sept. 28, 1783; d. Mar. 30, 1819; m. Nov. 26, 

1807, Lydia Spaulding ; she m. 2d, William Potter and d. Dec. 
30, 1823. No children. 

2012 Elisha,' b. Sept. 21, 1785; d. Feb. 9, 1814 , m. Esther Palmer, 

had two children. 
-I-2015 Marvin," b. Nov. 6, 1787; m. ist, Amelia Spaulding, 2d, Olive 
Abbott, 3d, Marietta Burnham. 
2016 Chester." b. Oct. 29, 1789; m. Parsey Johnson. Ch : 

(2017) Sarah, 8 m. George Buck. Ch : (i) Edward C, m, Martha 

Roberts, res. Wiusted, Conn.; (2) George, m. Susan 
Williams. 

(2018) Maria, ^b. 1821; d. Mar. 15, 1846; m. Shepard Bugbee. 

(2019) Parmelia,^ b. 1827; d. June 6, 1854; m. Benjamin Shepard. 

(2020) Lucy,^ b. 1833; d. June 9, 1858; m. Abiel Fox. 

2021 Chloe,'' b. Dec. 27, 1791. 

2022 Parmelia," b. Aug. 14, 1793; d. Jan. 16, 1824; m. Benjamin 

Spaulding. Ch : (i) Harriet Gordon (Spaulding), b. Jan. 25, 
1817; d. Jan. 4, 1849; m. Apr. 12, 1841, Samuel Fuller Bennett. 
Ch : (I) Henry (Bennett), res. Minneapolis. (2) Susan Sophia 
(Spaulding), b. Dec. 18, 1819; d. Nov. i, 1841 ; m. Aug. 5, 1839, 
Pulaski Carter of Providence; he res. Scranton, Pa. Ch : (I) 
Susan Sophia (Carter), b. Oct. 21. 1841 ; d. July 28, 1842. (3) 
Parmelia Ingalls (Spaulding) b. Mar. i, 182 1 ; m. ist, Francis 
Root, 2d, James MacClaurin, res. Attica, Wis., have six 
children. 

2023 Walter," b. ; prob. d. y. 

2024 Clarissa,'' b. ; d. July 25, 1844 ; m. June 6, 1802, Oliver 

Sharpe, d. Oct. 14, 1834. Ch : 
(i) John Warre7i (Sharpe) b. Mar. 10, 1803; m. Adah A. Ran- 
dall; d. June 20, 1870. No children. 

(2) Lucy (Sharpe), b. Feb. 16, 1806 ; d. Sept. 18, 1855 ; m. Lucius 

Carter of Canterbury, Conn. Ch : (I) Cynthia (Carter), 
b. Dec. 15, 1833; m. June 5, 1855. Egbert Bass of Scotland, 
Conn. Ch. (A) Wilton Carter (Bass), b. Oct. 23, 1857; m. 
Genevieve Chesboro ; two children ; (B) John Lucius 
(Bass) b. Dec. 25, 1858; (C) Edgar Everett (Bass) b. Aug. 
30, 1861 ; (D) Mary Gertrude (Bass) b. Nov. 4, 1863 ; m. 
Dr. Harry L. Putnam, Houlton, Me.; one child ; (E) 
Ellen Louise (Bass), b. Jan. 5. 1867 ; m. Elw^-u luman ; 
two children; (F) Chauncy Martin (Bass), b. Sept. 4, 
1869; (G) Lucv Elizabeth (Bass), b. Feb. 15, 1872; d. May 
10, 1889; (H) 'Harriet May (Bass), b. Dec. 17, 1874. (II) 
Mary Ann (Carter), b. Sept. 22, 1835; d. Sept. 4, 1862 ; m. 
Oct., 1855, Calvin Foster. Ch : (A) Floyd Carter (Fos- 
ter), b. Mar. 19, 1856; (B) Arthur Clayton (Foster), b. Feb. 
1862 ; d. Nov. 1864. (Ill) Martha Sharpk (Carter), b. 
Jan. 24. 1842; m. Mar. 24, 1864, Patrick H. Burnham of 
Hartford, Conn. Ch : (A) Fred Carter (Burnham), b. Apr. 
20, 1866; (B) Grace Estelle (Burnham), b. Aug. 24, 1868; 
d. Apr. 8, 1869; (C) Lottie Estelle (Burnham)', b. Apr. 9, 
1870; (D) Lillie May (Burnham), b. Feb. 8, 1873; d. Mar. 
8,1873; (E) Mabelle (Burnham), b. Apr. 12, 1876; m. 
Edward Woodhouse ; (F) Edith Louise (Burnham), b. 
F'eb. 26, 1878; d. June 26, 1879; (G) Florence May (Burn- 
ham), b. Apr. 19. 1880; d. May 8, 1881 ; (H) Arthur Clay- 
ton (Burnham), b. Sept. 2, 1882. 

(3) i^(7n' W«;/ (Sharpe), b. Aug. 8, 1808; d. Oct. 3, 1853; m. 

Dec. 6, 1831, Asa Kimball of Hampton. Conn. Ch : (I) 
John Henry (Kimball), b. Jan. 3, 1832; m. Maud Brady; 
he is a carpenter at Millbury, Mass. Ch : (A) Alice M. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAIvIyS, OF LYNN. 117 

(Kimball), b, 1872; d. y.; (B) Bessie (Kimball), b. May 11, 
1875; m, W. Poland; (C) Alice Maud (Kimball), b. July 
17, 1880. (II) Horaces. (Kimball), b. Nov. 5, 1833 ; d. Sept. 

25. 1853; (III) George (Kimball), b. Dec. 25, 1835 ; d. 
Mar. 22, 1838 ; (IV) Andrew P. (Kimball), b. Aug. 22, 1839 ; 
m. Cornelia Dennison ; was a hotel-keeper at No. Abing- 
ton, Mass. Ch : (A) Aleph Abbie (Kimball) ; (B) Clara 
(Kimball). (V) Mary Ann (Kimball), b. Oct. 5, 1841 ; m. 
George W. Collins, a farmer at Columbia, Conn. Ch : (A) 
Frank K. (Collins); (B) Irving (Collins); (C) Everett 
(Collins); (D)Eugenia (Collins) .(VI) Maria S. (Kimball), 
b. June 10, 1843; m. Silas Tiffany, merchant at Hampton, 
Conn. Ch : (A) Edith (Tiffany). (VII) Seth (Kimball), b. 
Feb. 19, 1847; ™- Feb. 8, 1869, Hannah E. Chase. No 
children, res. Abington, Conn. 

(4) Horace Ingalls (Sharpe), b. Abington, Nov. 3, 1813; d. Mar. 

31, 1877; m. May 31, 1837, Sarah, daughter of Nathan and 
Sally (Johnson) Austin, she b. Woodstock, Aug. 4, 1815; 
d. Sept. 23, 1877 ; he was a farmer at Abington. Ch : (I) 
Mary (Sharpe), b. Oct. 15, 1839; d. Mar. 19, 1842; (II) 
Sarah (Sharpe), b. May 17, 1841 ; d. Dec. 7, 1855; (III) 
Eleanor (Sharpe), b. Mar. i, 1847; (IV) Mary Alice 
(Sharpe), b, Mar. 10, 1852; m. Feb. 5, 1873, William H. 
Hammond, res. Hampton. Ch : (A) Arthur Sharpe (Ham- 
mond), b. Sept. 8, 1874; d. Feb. 23, 1883; (B) Annie 
Eleanor (Hammond), b. Sept. 13, 1879 ; (C) George Austin 
(Hammond), b. Apr. 23, 1882 ; d. June 30, 1883; (D) Helen 
Storrs (Hammond), b. May 31, 1886. 

(5) Clarissa (Sharpe), b. Oct. 21, 1816; d. Nov. 29, 1853; m. 

Henry T. Utley, he b. Oct. 7, 1816; d. Feb. 7. 1838. Ch : 
(I) Jane (Utley), b. Aug. 21, 1840; m. Jan. 14, 1871, Robert 
Crane of So. Boston, Mass. Ch : (A) E. Bernice (Crane), 
b. May 19, 1873; (B) J. Ernest (Crane), b. Mar. 7, 1875; 
(C) Henry T. (Crane), b. Dec. 31, 1879. (II) Mary 
(Utley), b. Aug. 7, 1842; m. Edward T. Martin of West- 
field, Mass. Ch : (A) James Edward (Martin), b. Nov. 4, 
1861 ; m. Ada L. Sanford ; (B) Mabelle (Martin), b. May 

26, 1876 ; m. William H. Farmer. 



773 

Luther Ingalls,® [Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Henry,^ Henry,'^ Ed- 
nnmd^), son of Joseph and Sarah (Abbott) Ingalls, born Pom- 
fret, Conn., Aug. 24, 1758; married, Hampton, Conn., June. 
23, 1 78 1, Lucy, daughter of Joseph Utley. She was born 
May 18, 1760; died Jan. 7, 1831. He was a revolutionary 
soldier from Pomfret. Moved to Hanover, N. H., and died 
there July 4, 1855. 

Children : 

2025 Royal,'' b. Mar. 26, 1783; d. Oct. 11, 1793. 

+2026 Sylvester,'' b. Apr. 25, 1785; m. Mary Turner. 

2027 Lucy,'' b. May 30, 1787 ; d. Jan. 3, 1805. 

2028 vSarah,'' b. Aug. 27, 1789; m. Timothy Owen. Ch : (i) Zaphnia, 

m. Milton Coburn ; {1) Julian ; (3) Lucy Ann ; (4) Frederick L.; 



118 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(5) Sarah Jngalls, m. Elias Coburn of Manchester, N. H.; (6) 
Lydia ; (7) Timothy. 

2029 Elizabeth,' b. Oct. 26, 1794; m. 

2030 Mary,' b. Apr. 8, 1797 ; d. Mar. 9, 1880; m. Silas T. Vaughan. Ch : 
(i) Orsino A. J.,h. Mar. 11, 1818; d. Laconia, N. H., Apr. 30, 

1876; in. June 11, 1855, Mary E., daughter of Charles and 
Abigail (Ober) Parker. He was a lawyer and editor at 
Laconia. Ch : (I) Walter P., b. July, 1856 ; d. Apr. 1858 ; 
(II) William A., b. Dec. 1859 ; d. Dec. 1866 ; (III) Charles 
Woodward, b. June 30, 1862 ; m. Oct. 16, 1882, Florence 
N. Elliott. Ch: (A) Arthur L., b. 1883; d. 1890. (IV) 
Grace Anna, b. Aug. 31, 1867; m. Oct. 15, 1890, Charles 
F. Pitman, res. Laconia. Ch: (A) Ruth M., b. Nov. 1891 ; 
d. Jan. 1892 ; (B) Charles Joseph, b. Jan. 22, 1895. (V) 
Mary Alice, b. Jan. 26, 1869 ; (VI) Edward, b. Aug. 19, 
1872 ; d. 1879. 

(2) Alvin, had Ch : (I) Mrs. Mary Thompson, res. Ludlow, Vt.; 

(II) Mrs. P;va M. Esty, res. Brownsville, Vt. 

(3) Silas Orcasto, b. June 6, 1821 ; m. Caroline, daughter of 

Sylvanus and Mercy (Stanton) Sabin, b. Alexandria, N.Y., 
Mar. 16, 1829. Ch : (I) Edward E., res. De Kalb, 111.; (II) 
William, res. Ashton, 111. 

(4) Sophronia. 

(5) Elizabeth, m. Edwin P. Knight. Ch : (I) William F., res. 

Laconia, N. H.; (II) Emma E., m. James, res. Grin- 

nell, la.; (Ill) Myra V., m. Vallath, res. Chicago, 111. 

(6) Phineas. 

( 7 ) Mary, m. ist, B. F. Burnham, 2d, Albert G. Hall. 

(8) Ellen, m. A. M. Stewart, res. Franklin, N. H. Ch : (I) 
May C, m. Barnes, res. Donican Grove, 111.; (II) 

Fannie E. S.; (Ill) Walter H., res. Franklin, N. H. 

( 9 ) Orville. Ch : (I) BELLE ; (II) Ella ; (III) Louise. 

(10) Royal. 

(11) iVira. 

(12) IVilliam. Ch : (I) Carrie E., m. Jones, res. Big 

Springs, Tex.; (II) Frank, res. New Orleans, La.; (Ill) 
Walter, res. Big Springs. 
4-2031 Luther," b. May 5, 1799; m. Mary A. Lerving. 
2032 George,'' b. May 20, 1805 ; d. Jan. 2, 1843. 



792 

Samuel Ingalls,® {Samuel,^ Stephen ^ John,^ Henry,' Ed- 
mund'^), son of Samuel and Deborah (Meecham) Ingalls, born 
Brooklyn, Conn., 1772; married, Diana Dodge. She died at 
Belchertown, Mass., 1832. He was a farmer at Belchertown, 
moved to Dunklee's Grove, Du Page Co., 111., and died there 
Oct., 1839. 

Children, born Belchertown : 

-I-2033 Augustus," b. Mar. 12, 1805; m. ist, Nancy S. Dunklee, 2d, Lucy 
H. Rollins. 

2034 Justus,' b. Mar. 12, 1805; d. Mich., abt. 1859; n. m. 

2035 Clarissa,' m. Carver, and had three sons. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAI.LS, OF I^YNN. 119 

800 

Samuel Ingalls,*^ {Ephrahn,^ Ephrahn,^ Stephen,^ Henry,^ 
Edmund'^), son of Ephraim and Elizabeth (Randall) Ingalls, 
born Lynn, Mass., Sept. ii, 1776; married Patience 
Knights. She died Mar. i, 1800. He was a tailor at Boston, 
moved to Yarmouth, Me. After his wife's death he started for 
India on a Merchantman and was never heard from ; it is sup- 
posed the vessel was captured by pirates. 

Children : 

2075 John," b. 1796, d. Mechanic Falls, Me., 1872 ; m. Rebecca Forbes. 
He was a sea captain and then for many years an officer in the 
U. S. Revenue Service. While on shore in 1862, his vessel, the 
" Gushing," was captured by the rebels, in Portland harbor. 
Ch : (2076) Patience Adelaide, ^ m. F. Cushman Hawkes, and 
res. Upper New Gloucester, Me.; (2077) John Franklin, ^ b. Peru, 
Me., June 3, 1843; m. Elizabeth, daughter of Lyman A. and 
Lodema ( Spickerman; Abbott of Schoharie, N. Y. He is a real 
estate dealer at Boston, residing at Maiden, Mass. Ch : (2078) 
Edward Everett, ^ b. Aug. 29, 1865 ; m. Louise V. Priest. No 
children. He is business manager of the Ithaca (N. Y.) Journal. 
(2079) Green Walden,^ b. Peru, Me., Dec. i, 1846; m. Eldora O. 
Basford. He was a large shoe dealer, having stores in many 
places in N. Y. state, is now engaged in various enterprises at 
Maiden, Mass. Ch : (2080) Grace May,** b. Nov. 21, 1877; (2081) 
Stanley Walden,^ b. Mar. 30, 1886; (2082) Clarence Irving,^ b. 
July 31, 1888. (2083) Julia," d. ; m. Frank Curtis of Poland 

Springs, Me. 

2084 Samuel William,'^ b. Mar. i, 1800; m. Anne Crafts; was a farmer 
at Hebron, Me. Ch : (2085) Samuel William, ^ b. May 11, 1833; 
m., Portland, Me., Oct. 5, 1876, Harriet A., daughter of William 
and Elmira (Pike) Allen, b. Oxford, Me., Sept. 20, 1847; d. Nov. 
I, 1902. He is a shoe mechanic at Auburn, Me. Ch : (2086) 
Mary Anna,^ b. July 2, 1878; (2087) William Allen," b. Nov. i, 
1879 ; d. in the army, stationed at Philippine Islands, Dec. 24, 
1901. (2088) Patience,** m. Zibson Crafts. Ch : (i) Clarence P.; 
(2) Helen A.; (3) Annie; (4) Elvier Ellsivorth. 



811 

Charles Ingalls,*^ {Javies,^ James,'^ Javies,^ Henry ^ Ed- 
mund^), son of James and Mary (Frye) Ingalls, born Methuen, 
Mass., Oct. 12, 1763; married Cynthia, daughter of Rev. 
Thomas Russell of Piermont, N. H. He graduated at Dart- 
mouth College 1790, and was a lawyer at Salem, N. Y. Died 
at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1812. 



120 INGALI^S GENEALOGY. 



Children 



2088 Charles Frye/ b. Salem, N. Y., Jan. 28, 1795; d. Greenwich, 
N. Y., Mar. 5, 1870; m. Mary Rogers. He was a lawyer at 
Canterbury, Conn., moved to Greenwich, N. Y. Ch : (2089) 
Charles Russell, ^b. Greenwich, Sept. 14, 1819; m. Nov. 3, 1880, 
Margaret L., daughter of Rev. Uriah and Margaret J. (Stevens) 
Marvin, b. Greenwich, June 18, 1849. He studied law with his 
father and was admitted to the bar in 1844 and began practice 
at Greenwich in 1853 ; was a member of the State Assembly ; in 
i860 moved to Troy, N. Y., and in 1863, appointed Justice of 
the Supreme Court of the state of New York, for the third 
judicial district and held the position for 27 years, being retired 
by operation of the law, having attained the age of seventy 
years. He was elected trustee of the Rensselaer Polytechnic 
Institute in 1866, and president in 1887. Ch : (2090) Margaret 
Marvin,9b. Sept. 21, 1884. (2091) Thomas, « b. Jan. 25, 1833; 
grad. Trinity College, was a lawyer at Greenwich, d. June 18, 
1873. No children. 

2092 Thomas Russell,' b. Nov. 22, 1798; grad. at the U. S. Military 

Academy in 1822 ; resigned from the army in 1833 to accept the 
presidency of Jefferson College, La.; travelled in Europe 1840-42, 
returned to Greenwich, N. Y., and died there July 26, 1864. 

815 

Simeon Ingalls,*' {Ephraim,^ James," Javics,^ Henry^^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Ephraim and Mary (Sharpe) Ingalls, born Pom- 
fret, Conn., May 28, 1754; married, first, Aug. 27, 1781, 
Olive, daughter of Joshua and Esther Grosvenor. She was 
born May 17, 1760; died Apr, 17, 1782. Married, second, 
Plainfield, Conn., Jan. 10, 1786, Eunice, daughter of Benja- 
min and Prudence Wheeler. She was born Nov. i, 1756 ; died 
Oct. 5, 1807. Married, third, Mar. 8, 1808, Rachel Harris. 
He was a farmer, and moved to Hartwick, N. Y., and died 
there May 23, 1827. 

Children, born Hartwick : 

2093 Olive Grosvenor,'' b. Nov. 6, 1788 ; d. May 9, 1792. 

2094 Jared,^ b. Aug. 4, 1791 ; d. Cherry Creek, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1871 ; m. 

Jan. 29, 1817, Abigail, daughter of Seth and Nancy Jones, b. 
Oct. 6, 1793; d. Jan. 13, 1871. He moved to Cherry Creek in 
1826, and built a saw-mill ; they owned the first cook-stove and 
carpet in town. He was prominent in town affairs, and is 
described as an upright citizen. Ch : {2095) Eunice Eliza, ^ b. 
Nov. 25, 1817; d. Oct. 24, 1884; m. Ezekiel Mount. Ch : (i) 
Jared Ingalls, d. ; (2) Thomas Furman, res. Cherry Creek. 

(2096) Nancy, 8 b. Mar. 26, 1820 ; d. June 7, 1893 ; m. William S. 
Bullock. Ch : (i) Sallie, m. Lawrence, res. Cherry Creek ; 

(2) Abigail, d. ; m. Cory ; (3) Euftice, n. m.; (4) Earl 

Z., d. . (2097) Sally Jones, ^ b. Feb. 10, 1824; d. Jan. 31, 

1901 ; m. Oct. 24, 1843, Furman Mount. Ch : (i) Cyrus A., res. 
Cherry Creek ; (2) Abigail, m. H. E. Safford, is postmaster at 
Cherry Creek. (2098) Cyrus, ^ b. Apr. 3, 1828 ; d. Apr. 10, 1874 ; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 121 

m. Sarah Pope. Ch : (2099), Stella,^ d. ; {2100) Jennie^. 

(2101) Edmund, 8 b. Mar. 30, 1831 ; d. Sept. 8, 1887 ; in. ist, Ellen 
Caldwell, had five children ; m. 2d, Mrs. Mary Pomeroy Mount, 
had two children. Ch : (2102) Olive, ^ d. ; (2103) William,* 

d. ; (2104) Olive, ^ m. Scofield, res. Cherry Creek ; 

(2105) Jared,9 d. ; (2106) Infant,^ d. ; (2107) Clara,^ d. 

; (2108) Edna,* res. Cottage, N. Y. (2109) Olive Ancelia,* 
b. Mar 25, 1836 ; d. May 31, 1900 ; m. Willis W. Hyatt. Ch : (i) 
Frank IV., res. Cambridge Springs, Pa.; (2) Cora, m. 
Underwood, res. Cambridge Springs. 
2110 Olive Grosveuor,' b. May 22, 1793 ; m. Benjamin Burlingham. 
No children. 
-I-2111 Evander," b. Oct. 11, 1795 ; m. ist, Amy Field, 2d, Lucy Clark. 

820 

Ephraim Ingalls,*^ {Ephraim,^ James, ^ James, ^ Henry, '^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Ephraim and Mary (Sharpe) Ingalls born Ab- 
ington, Conn., Sept. 6, 1764; married, Apr. 26, 1801, Lucy, 
daughter of Amasa Goodell, who died Apr. 22, 1859, age 50. 
He lived at Abington, and died there Feb. 12, 183 1. 

Children, born Abington : 

21 12 Mary Stevens,^ b. May 4, 1802 ; m. Addison Fletcher of Cavendish, 
Vt. 
+2113 Henry Laurens,'' b. June 9, 1805 ; m. Lavinia L. Childs. 

2114 Lucy," b. Apr. 11, 1807; d. Dedham, Mass., Jan. 22, 1887; m. 

Grosvenor Storrs, b. Dec. i, 1797; d. Dec. 13, 1867. Ch : (i) 
LucyS.; (2) Maria, m. William Smith; (3) Sarah, m. George 
Sessions; (4) Cornelia, F., b. Jan. 30, 1845; d. Nov. 29, 1892. 

2115 Lvdia," b. June 20, 1809; d. Petersburg, 111.; m. Jonathan Colby. 

'Ch: (I) William D., res. Atkinson, 111. 

2116 Deborah," b. Dec. 3, 1812 ; d. Palestine Grove, 111.; m. Adams. 

2117 Edmund," b. Apr. 14, 1814 ; d. Mar. 19, 1835. 

+2118 Charles Francis," b. Jan. 18, 1817; m. Sarah Hawkins. 

+2119 George Addison," b. Feb. i, 1820; m. Mary E. Church. 

2120 Ephraim," b. May 26, 1823; d. Chicago, Dec. 1900; m. Apr. 30, 
185 1, Melissa, daughter of Thomas and Rachel (Warriner) 
Church, b. Buffalo, N. Y., Mar. 24, 1834; d. Nov. 20, 1888. He 
went to 111. in 1837, grad. at Rush Medical College, Chicago, 
1847, and settled at Lee, 111.; returned to Chicago in 1857, and 
was in active practice until 1890. In 1859 was made associate 
editor of the North- Western Medical and Surgical Journal, and 
professor of Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence at 
Rush Medical College, and member of the board of trustees ; 
his name was always spelled with one 1. Ch : (2 121) Mary 
Elizabeth, 8 b. Aug. 17, 1856; (2122) Lucy Storrs,^ b. June i, 
1858; m. Dr. Ephraim Ingals ; (2123) Alice Church,^ b. Nov. 24, 
1859; (2124) Elizabeth Thomas,* b. June 29, 1871. 

827 

Lemuel Ingalls,'^ {Zebediah,^ James,'^ James,^ He7iry,^ Ed- 
mund'^), son of Zebediah and Esther (Goodell) Ingalls, born 
Pomfret, Conn., Dec, 6, 1755; married, Dorothy Sumner. 



122 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

She was born Aug. 20, 1759; died Mar. 10, 1851. He was a 
revolutionary soldier, graduated at Yale College, studied law 
and entered practice at Pomfret ; was appointed Judge of Pro- 
bate and County Sur\-eyor ; ser\-ed the town thirty-two terms in 
the State Legislature, and was prominentlj^ identified with the 
educational and industrial affairs of the town. He died Nov. 

17. 1839- 

Children, born Pomfret : 

2125 Dorothy," b. Dec. 16, 1781 ; m. Samuel Dresser of Pomfret. Ch : 
{i) George Andrew, b. Feb. 25, 1814; d. Pomfret, Sept. 14, 
1891 ; m. 1st, Hannah Brown of Grafton, Mass., d. Aug., 1855 ; 
m. 2d, Frances Weitzel. He was a prominent insurance man 
in New York city for many years. Ch : (I) George Warren, 
b. Pomfret, Sept. 15, 1837; d. Newport, R. I., May 27, 1S83 ; 
m. Apr. 21, 1863, Susan LeRo)^ ; he grad. West Point, 1861 ; 
served through the Ci^dl War, was editor of " Gaslight Journal 
of New York;" (II) William Clark, b. Oct. 8, 1843. res. 
Brooklyn, N. Y.; (Ill) Charles Andrew, b. Worcester. Mass., 
Apr. 18, 1851 ; d. Feb. 7, 1878 ; m. Kate Binney of Springiielil ; 
he was a ci\dl engineer; (IV) Josephine, b. Hartford, Conn., 
May 14, 1859; (V) Frances, b. Jan. 22, 1862 ; m. June 17, 1885, 
Fred Wallace, son of Thomas P. and Dorothy (Ingalls) Smith, 
b. Lockport, 111., Apr. 21, 1859, he is a grain broker at Chicago, 
111. Ch: (A) George, b. Sept. 30, 1887; (B) Dorothy Ingalls, b. 
Jan. 5, 1889. (2) Dorothy, m. Elisha Lord ; (3) Einma, m. 
Tucker of Hartford, Conn. 

-{-2126 Warren," b. Aug. 18, 1783; m. ist, Elizabeth Faj-, 2d, Hannah 
K. Marcj'. 
2127 Sarah," b. Oct. 31, 1783; d. June 23, 1856; m. Apr. 29, 1807, 
Peter, son of Peter and Betsey (Pierpont) Cunningham, b. Pom- 
fret, Dec. 15, 1783; d. Franklin, Conn., June 2, 1827; he was 
owner of saw mills at Pomfret. Ch : (i) Eliza Pierpont, d. y.; 
(2) Dorothy Ingalls, d. y.; (3) George Andiezv, d. y.; (4) Sarah 
Sumner, b. Jan. 23, 1816; m. George Sumner Hartshorn, b. 
Sept. 8, 1798; d. Jan. 22, 1866, was a farmer at Franklin, Conn. 
Ch : (I) Emma Goodell, b. Oct. 16, 1843. {5) Elizabeth, h. 
July 25, 1818; m. Henry W. Weeks, res. Ashland, N. H.; (6) 
James William, b. Jan. 22, 1822; d. Aug. 7, 1843; (7) Lucretia, 
b. May 29, 1824; m. Daniel Howlett, res. Putnam, Conn.; (8) 
Joseph Sumner, b. Oct. 21, 1827; d. Mar. 30, 1850. 

-1-2128 George Sumner, '^ b. Nov. 13, 1789; m. Delia Goodell. 

2129 Lemuel," b. Sept. 22, 1793; grad. Yale College, was a lawyer, and 

d. of j'ellow fever at Mobile, .\la., Sept. 21, 1819. 

2130 Nancy," b. Nov. 22, 1796 ; m. Charles Holt, had (i) George, who 

settled in Kansas; (2) Charles; (3) Eliza, m. Daniel Arnold 
and had (I) Charles; (II) Julia. 

2131 Eliza," b. July 16, 1799; m. Fox of Worcester, Mass. Ch : 

(I) Charles; (2) William; (3) Lemuel; {&,) Jane, m. D. O. 
Woodard ; {^) Eliza, va. Huntington. 

835 

Oliver Ingalls, ** iZcbediah^" James,"^ James,^ Henry,- ^^- 
7«««a? ^) , son of Zebediah and Esther (Goodell) Ingalls, born 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAIvLS, OF LYNN. 123 

Pomfret, Conn., Apr. 7, 1770; married, Dec, 1803, Betsey, 
daughter of Stephen and Esther (Ingalls) Abbott. She was 
born Providence, R. I., May 4, 1786; died Feb. 17, 1839. He 
was a farmer at Pomfret, and drowned there Apr. 10, 181 5. 

Children, born Pomfret : 

2132 Gerard,'' b. 1804; d. July 2, 1812. 

2133 Esther Abbott,^ b. Jan. 9, 1807. 

2134 James," b. Mar. 13, 1809; d. Apr. 20, 1828. 

2135 William," b. Feb. 25, 181 1, was said to have been a merchant at 

New York City. 
4-2136 Zebediah," b. Sept. 16, 1813 ; m. ist, L,ucy L. Arnold, 2d, Hannah 
B. Bourn. 

838 

Samuei. Ingalls,^ {Ebcnezer,^ Josiah,^ Josiah^ Henry,"^ Ed- 
7nund^), son of Ebenezer and Mercy ( ) Ingalls, born 

Keene, N. H., about 1795; married. Pierce. He died 

at Peterboro, N. H. 

Children : 

2137 Belinda,^ b. ; m. ist, Preston. Ch : (i) Uladtson ; (2) 

Lucy. m. 2d, ; m. 3rd, , lived Fitchburg, Mass., 

had children by all three husbands. 

2138 Azubah,^ b. Oct. 28, 1S05; d. St. Catherine's, Ont., Sept., 1845; 

m. Sept. 2, 1834, Russell Freeman Welch. He m. 2d, Lucy E. 
Daggett, and d. Parishville, N. Y., Feb. 12, 1868. Ch : (i) 
Almina Loriiida, b. Oct. 15, 1835 ; m. Saranac, N. Y., Nov. 5, 
1862, Azariah, son of Thomas E., and Tamar (Drake) Butler, b. 
Nov. 19, 1833 ; d. Tully, N. Y., Mar. 2, 1879, was a lumber mer- 
chant ; she res. Tully, N. Y. Ch : (I) Clio Eugene, b. Sept. 
9, 1862 ; m. May E. Rutherford of Osage City, Kan.; he is an 
electrician at Colorado Springs, Col.; (II) Charles Fred, 
b. Nov. 29, 1865; d. Oct. 17, 1887, was an editor at Osage City. 
(2) Adonirant Jiidson, b. Mar. 27, 1837; d. Sept. 18, 1838; (3) 
Rosina, b. June 8, 1839 ; d. May 2, 1842 ; (4) Arotieite, b. Mar. 
30, 1841 ; m. Jan. 18, 1865, Adelbcrt Butler, brother of 
Azariah; (5) Louisa, b. Sept. 1843; d. Sept. 2, 1845. 

2139 Abigail," d. Peterboro, N. H. 

2140 Lucy,'' d. Peterboro, N. H. 

2141 Lydia,^ m. Bickford of Keene, N. H. 

2142 Phebe," m. Simeon Pike. 

2143 Eliza B.,' m. Frederick Poor of Peterboro, moved to Preble, Cort- 

land Co., N. Y.; she d. Jan. 8, 1877; he'd. May 28, 1879. No 
children. 

840 

Ebenezer Flint Ingalls," {Ebe^iezer,^ Josiah,'^ Josiah,^ 
Henry, ^ Edmund^Y son of Ebenezer and Mercy ( ) In- 

galls, born Jaffrey, N. H., about 1790; married, Lydia 



124 INGAI.I.S GENEALOGY. 

Welch. She was born Canada, Oct., 1802; died at Keene, 

Essex Co., N. Y., May 29, 1854. He was a farmer at Keene 

for many years, went to Ripon, Wis., and died there Jan. 11, 

1865. 

Children, born Keene : 

2144 Willard,' b. Nov. 5, 1823; d. N. Dak., Oct. i, 1881 ; m. 1857, 
Elizabeth Greeley of Westport, N. Y. Ch : (2145) Hattie M.,^ 
b. Apr. 12, 1864; d. Burlington, Vt., Sept. 23, 1893 ; m. Dr. John 
E. Taggart, is a dentist at Burlington. Ch : (i) Florence Leon- 
tine, b. Westport, N. Y., May 22, 1888. 

2146 Reuben," b. Aug. 14, 1825; d. Westport, N. Y., Oct. 19, 1888; m. 

Mandana L. Holt. No children. 

2147 Mary Ann," b. Feb. 9, 1827; m. June 18, 1865, Dan Stafford, res. 

Ripon, Wis. Ch : (i) Dan Lagrande, b. July 17, 1866; m. 
Apr. 18, 1896, May Luella Payne. Ch : (I) Gertrude, b. Oct. 
7, 1898; (II) Florence, b. Dec 8, 1900. (2) Charles Swift, h. 
July 2, 1871 ; (3) 

2148 Amos.'b. Apr. 28, 1828; d. in the Red River Expedition; m. Lucy 

Lockwood. Ch : (2149) Clayton, ^ d. near Calispel, Mont., about 
1887 ; his widow and two daughters res. there ; (2150) Clara I.,® 
m. Woods. Ch : (i) Leon, res. Milwaukee, Wis. (2151) 

Willard,* res. South Bend, Wash.; (2152) Frank, ^ res. Missouli, 
Mont. 

2153 Clark Daniel, '^b. July 16, 1830; m. July 3, 1856, Ellen L., daughter 

of Harvey and Malinda (Field) Willson of Pottsdam, N. Y.; he 
was a merchant, town and corporation collector at Canton, 
N. v.; is now a retired farmer. No children. 

2154 Charles Blood," b. Sept. 4, 1832; d. Grand P'orks, N. D., July 9, 

1893; m. Ripon, Wis., June 12, 1868, Fanny, daughter of John 
and Mary A. (Jennings) Medhurst, b. Biddendcn, Eng., July 
4, 1847 ; she res. Grand Forks. He was a carriage maker at 
Manchester, la., then in the hotel business at Mason City, 
went to Grand Forks in 1882, and was a hotel proprietor, me:n- 
ber of the City Council and School Board. Ch : (2154A) Mabel 
Lillian, 8 b. June 30, 1872 ; (2155) Charles Arthur,* b. Mar. 15, 
1879. 
2156 Simeon Martin,''' b. July 30, 1834; m. Feb. 21, 1861, Cynthia Ann, 
daughter of John and Mercy (Mason) Brown, b. Peningsburg, 
N. Y., Nov. 21, 1836 ; d. Nov. 25, 1896. He went to 111. in 1853, 
to Ripon in 1856, thence to Fond Du Lac in i860, and with his 
sons conduct a large dairy. Ch : (2157) Elmer Brown,* b. 
Ripon, Feb. 19, 1862; m. Nov. 3, 1886, Zora Blanch McKibben 
of Fond Du Lac. Ch : (2158) lone,^ b. Nov. 17, 1887; (2159) 
Etliel,9b. Aug. 22, 1889; (2160) Elmer Earl,^ b. Aug. 6, 1891. 
(2161) Edith Maria,* b. Fond Du Lac, Nov. 26, 1866; (2162) 
Fred Martin,* b. Oct. 8, 1870; (2163) Willard Charles,* b. Feb. 
22, 1873. 

2164 George,^ b. Apr. 21, 1836; res. Cedar Rapids, la. 

2165 Ophelia Maria," b. Apr. 6, 1839; d. Jan. 7, 1843. 

2166 Lydia Jane,'' b. Apr. 28, 1841 ; d. Oct. 8, 1842. 

846 

James Ingalls,'' {/osiah,^ Josiah,* Josiah,^ Henry,^ Ed- 
mund'^), son of Josiah and Sarah (Bowers) Ingalls, born Rindge, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 125 

N. H., Feb. 7, 1782; married, Rebecca Twlss, who died 
Apr. 9, 1868. He was a farmer and died at Jaffrey, N. H., 
Apr. 7, 1830. 

Children : 

2167 Ornida," d. Boston, Mass.; n. m. 

2168 James Monroe J b. May 8, 1819 ; m. Nov. 20. 1844, Elizabeth, 

daughter of Reuben and Ruth H. (Stone) Pratt of Fitzwilliam, 
N. H., she b. Apr. 27, 1823, and res. Marlboro, Mass. He was 
a soldier of the Civil War, and a wheelwright at Marlboro for 
many years ; d. Dec. 6, 1894. Ch : (2169) Sarah Elizabeth,* b. 
Aug. I, 1848; m. Nov. 20, 1869, John S. Fay; (2170) Frederick 
James,* b. Apr. 28, 1852; d. Dec. 14, 1865. 

2171 Abigail," b. July 27, 1820; d. Jan. i, 1888; m. John Kendrick of 

Dover, Mass., had one son and three daughters. 

2172 Amos,' b. Jvily 27, 1820; d. Portsmoiith, O., Aug. 14, 1866 ; n. m. 

2173 Caroline,' b. Mar. 13, 1824; m. George H. Chesman of Boston. 

2174 Lois," d. Rindge, July 13, 1870; m. Sumner Dcethe. No children. 

2175 Lucy," d. Jaffrey, Mar. 27, 1886; m. James M. Small and had 

children. 

851 

Charles Ingall.s,*^ (/osm/i,^ /osia/i,* Josiah,^ Henry,'^ Ed- 
nucnd'^), son of Josiah and Sarah (Bowers) Ingalls, born Jaffrey, 
N. H., Sept. 23, 1794; married, Nella Wetherbee, of 
Keene, N. H. She was born Dec. 30, 1806 ; died Feb. 9, 1875. 
He was a carriage painter ; moved to Windsor, Vt., and died 
there Dec. 6, 1878. 

Children : 

2176 George," b. Aug. 25, 1823; d. Apr. 6, 1846; n. m. 

2177 Charles Henry," b. Oct. 5, 1825 ; m. Emeline E. Weatherbee of 

Ludlow, Vt.; he is a carriage and sign painter at Windsor, Vt. 
Ch: (2178) George Henry,* b. Aug. 23, 1855 ; m. Mrs. Ella Ellis 
and lives at Winchendon, Mass. No children. 

2179 Elizabeth Gilmore," b. Aug. 5, 1827; d. Oct. 18, 1890; m. ist, 

Lorenzo Billings, 2d, Auren Johnson of Cornish, N. H. Ch : 
(I) Hattie (Billings), b. Jan. i, 1849; d. May 10, 1893 ; m. Volney 
Hodgman. a boat builder and guide at Lake Placid, N. Y. Ch : 
(I) Ida Ella, b. Jan. i, 1883; (II) Marion Beatrice, b. Sept. 
II, 1889; (III) JiLiA Elizabeth, b. Apr. 22, 1893. (2) Albert 
H. (Billings), b. Oct. 9, 1853; m. Ella F. Brewster of Lake 
Placid. Ch : (I) Nellie M., b. Jan. 23, 1S78, res. White River 
Junction, Vt. 

2180 Ellen," b. May 29, 1830; d. Feb. i^, 1869 ; m. ist, .Simeon Whittier 

of Windsor. Ch : (i) Charles" H., b. abt. 1853. Married, 2d, 
Solon Weatherbee. 

2181 Edward," b. Dec. 25, 1833; m. Jane Thorndike of Claremont, 

N. H.; he was a painter at Northfield, and served in the Civil 
War. Ch : (2182) Hattie,* b. Jan. 5, 1862 ; m. George Tillottson 
of Northfield ; (2183) Mary Grace,* b. Aug. 23, 1872. 

2184 Sophia," b. Aug. 10, 1735 ; d'. Jan. 4, 1893; n. m. 

2185 James Watts, ^ b. Jan. i6, 1838 ; m. ist, Mattie Dwinnell of Keene, 

2d, Addie Taylor of East Alstead ; he is a painter at Windsor, 



126 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Vt. Ch. by second wife: (2186) Charles Edward,^ b. Oct. 29, 
1870; m. Mary E. Stockwell. He is a clerk at Athol, Mass. 

2187 Mary Aun," b. Apr. 21, 1841 ; d. Dec. 24, 1897 ; n. m. 

2188 Clara Maria,' b. July 8, 1843 ; d. Mar. 6, 1871 ; n. m. 

2189 Susan Augusta," b. Oct. 26, 1845 ; m. Henry Lawrence, son of John 

and Philena (Freeman) Williams, he b. Royalton, Vt., Nov. 30, 
1843, and is a dentist at Windsor. Ch : [\) John Frank, b. May 
u, 1868; m. Mary Ellen, daughter of Alexander Grant. He is 
a clerk at Maiden, Mass. Ch : (I) Alexander Grant, b. Apr. 
27, 1896; (II) Eunice, b. Nov. 23, 1902. (2) Charles Edward, 
b. Sept. 10, 1869; n. m., is an elocutionist at Boston; (3) Nella 
Philena, b. Jan. 24, 1874: d. Oct. 10, 1877. 

2190 Emma Francis," b. Oct. i, 1849; n. m. 

857 

Cyru.S Ingalls,*^ {^Nathaniel ,^ Josiah* fosiah,^ Henry,' Ed- 
miuid^), son of Nathaniel and Sarah (Hale) Ingalls, born 
Jaffrey, N. H., Feb. 7, 1797 ; married, Sept., 1830, Mary 
Louise, daughter of Samuel Dakin, of New Hartford, N. Y. 
She was born at Jaffrey, N. H., and died Leominster, Mass., 
May 12, 1869. He was a merchant at Peterboro, N. H., held 
many town offices, then engaged in the lumber business in 
Oneida and Oswego, N. Y., then with his brother-in-law, in 
constructing dry docks at Kittery, Me., then in 1854 purchased 
a country place at Leominster, went to live with his son at 
Utica, and died there Mar. 21, 1886. 

Children, born Peterboro : 

+2191 Frederic Cyrus," b. Sept. 17, 1832; m. Sophia Foster. 

2192 Helen Sophia," b. Cleveland, N. Y., July 20, 1835; d. Leominster, 

Feb. 5, 1856. 

2193 Mary Dakin," b. Oct. 1837; d. y. 

2194 Charles Edward," b. Lockport, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1839; was engaged 

in business at Boston, and d. Cambridge, Feb. 28, 1893; n. m. 

863 

Thomas \^Q,WA.^,^ {Jonathan,^ Josiah,^ Josiah,^ He7iry,'^ Ed- 
mund'^), son of Jonathan and Deborah (Shenvin) Ingalls, born 
Rindge, N. H., Mar. i, 1787; married, first, Polly Stoxe. 
She was born 1788 ; died 1816. Married, second, 18 18, Betsey 
Stone, widow of Richardson. She died June 9, 1822. 

Married, third, Sophoronia Shurtleff. She was born Chester- 
field, N. H., May 17, 1792 ; died Fitchburg, Ma.ss., 1886. He 
was a merchant and an influential citizen of Rindge, N. H., 
ser\^ed on the school committee twenty-six years, was town clerk 
and Representative to the Legislature. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 127 

Children : 

2195 Maria,' b. Sept. i, 1824; d. Sept. 7, 1850; m. July 12, 1842, Jonas 

C. Harris. {i)FraHcis Augustine {U.Sirr\s), b. Ashland, Mass., 
Mar. 5, 1845; m. Alice Gage; he grad. Harvard, 1866, M. D., 
1872 ; is a physician at Boston and medical examiner of Suffolk 
Co.; (2) Charles Ernesf (Harris), b. Apr. 29, 1847; d. May i, 1847 ; 
(3) Annie Maria (Harris) b. June 25, 1850; d. May 13, 1851. 

2196 Sophia. ■^ b. May 5, 1828; d. ; m. Rodney Wallace, was 

prominently identified with all the business and charitable in- 
terests of Fitchburg, Mass.; was trustee of Smith College ; treas. 
of Burbank hospital, Fitchburg; treas. Murdock fund, Winch- 
enden ; was member of the Governor's Council, 1880-2 ; dele- 
gate to Republican National Convention 1884 ; member of 
Congress Eleventh District, 1889-91 ; gave city of Fitchburg 
land and. public library, 1885 ; the town of Rindge, N. H., land 
and library, called Ingalls Memorial Library ; founded at 
Smith College, The Sophia Ingalls Wallace Scholarship of 
I5000, and The Sophia Billings Wallace Scholarship of $5000. 
Died Fitchburg, Mar. 1903. Ch : 

(1) Infant, b. Nov. 15, 1854; d. Dec. 21, 1854. 

(2) Herbert Ingalls (Wallace), b. Feb. 17, 1856; _m. Oct. 23, 

1879, Amy Louise, daughter of John and Louise C.( Willis) 
Upton, b. June 11, 1858; he grad. Harvard University, 
1877; is a paper manufacturer at Fitchburg; trustee 
Fitchburg Public Library and Ingalls INIemorial Library ; 
vice-president Fitchburg and Leominster St. Ry. Co.; 
director Fitchburg National Bank, and I^itchburg Gas and 
Electric Light Co. Ch : (I) Frederick (Wallace), b. 
Aug. 14, 1880; grad. Harvard, 1902; (II) Rodney (Wal- 
lace, b. Dec. 24, 1889; d. Dec. 11, 1895; (III) Sophia 
Ingalls (Wallace), b. May 3, 1885 ; (IV) Amy Louisb 
(Wallace), b. May ^, 18S5 ; d. Aug. 10, 1885 ; (V) Robert 
ShurTLEFf (Walla^ce), b. Sept. 28, 1888. 

(3) George Rodney (Wallace), b. June 20, 1859 ; m. Helen Maria, 

daughter of Edward and Seraph (.Farrell) Howland, she 
b. Greenfield, Dec. 21, 1858; he was a special student at 
Mass. Inst. Tech. 1881 ; is a paper manufacturer at Fitch- 
burg ; was member of Governor Ames' staff ; is director 
Rollston National Bank ; Trustee of Fitchburg Savings 
Bank. Ch : (I) Helen (Wallace), b. Nov. 25, 1887; (II) 
George Rodney (Wallace), b. Oct. 2, 1889; (III) Eliza- 
beth (Wallace), b. June 21, 1894 ; (IV) Rachel, b. June 
13, 1899. 

2197 Albert Sherwiu,'' b. Dec. 29, 1830; d. Aug. 11, 1862; m. Harriet 

A. Miller; he was a lawyer and Major iioth N. Y. Vols. One 
child, d. y. 

2198 Herbert,'' b. May 9, 1834 ; he is an author and resides at Boston ; 

was clerk Treasury Department, Washington, 1865 ; cashier 
Int. Rev., N. Y., 1868; is treas. N. B. Div. Fitchburg and 
Framingham. Framingham and Lowell railroads; trustee 
Fitchbvirg Public Library. 

912 

Eleazkr French Ingalls,*' {Jofm,^ John,* Joseph,^ Sarmiel,- 
Edmund^), son of John and Abigail (French) Ingalls, born 
Dunstable, Mass., Nov. 30, 1782 ; married, first, Amy Pearson. 



128 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

She was born Feb. 27, 1790; died June 22, 1833. Married sec- 
ond, May 25, 1834, Elizabeth French. She died Waukee- 
gan, 111., July 23, 1870, age 68. He died Antioch, 111., Apr. 2, 
1866. 

Children by Amy Pearson : 

2199 William Harrison," b. Aug. 13, 1806; d. 1859; had a daughter, 
(2200) Frances,^ m. John O. Sullivan, res. Nashville, Tenn. 

2201 Nancy S.,' b. Feb. 15, 1808; m. Foster, lived Abington, 

Mass., had a son, Freeman, a shoe dealer at Boston. 

2202 Caroline,'' b. Sept. 14, 1810; m. MacKean of Abington, had 

daughter Abbie, res. Nashua, N. H. 

2203 James," b. Dec. 26, 1812; m., Nashua, N. H., 1842, Anne Porter 

Clark ; he was a farmer at Antioch. Ch : (2204) Henry.^ res. 
Antioch, 111.; (2205) Sarah ^ (2206) Alice, « m. Chas. Haines, res. 
Hainesville, 111. 

2207 Thomas P.,'' b. Dec. 28, 1814 ; d. Nashua, N. H.; n. m. 

2208 Sarah.'' b. Nov. 18, 1816; d. Boston, Mar. 7, 1870; n. m.; school 

teacher. 

2209 Abigail," b. Oct. 8, 1818; d. June 1841; m. Ridgeway. 
+2210 Eleazer Stillman,'' b. June 10, 1820; m. Martha M. Pearson. 

221 1 Nathan,'' b. Oct. 24, 1822; m. Eliza , went to Santa Cruz, 

Cal., in 1850 ; d. 1896. Ch : (2212) Frederick, ^ res. Santa Cruz ; 
(2213) Catherine^; (2214) Eliza 8. 
2215 Mary.Mj. Apr. 22, 1824; d. May 8, 1846; m. Hamilton Stevens, 
left son (i) Arthur, res. Virginia City, Minn. 
+2216 Charles B.,'' b. Dec. 20, 1826; m. Mary j. Gage. 

2217 Elizabeth," b. Apr. 29, 1830; d. Dec. 18, 1834. 

2218 Ellen," b. Feb. 9, 1833; d. Aug. 13, 1833. 

Child by Elizabeth French : 

2219 Joseph French,' b. Nashua, N. H., June 17, 1836; m., Waukeegan, 

111., Ann Eliza, daughter of William A. and Susanna (Rogers) 
Whipple, she b. Watertown, N. Y., June i, 1846; he was a 
jeweller at Waukeegan, now res. at Ainsworth, Neb. Ch : 
(2220) James W.,^ b. Mar. 26, i860; (2221) Charles F.,^ b. Nov. 
26, 1861 ; (2222) Fred R.,^ b. Jan. 23, 1864; (2223) Guy S. ,8 b. 
May 2, 1868 ; (2224) Robert M.,^ b. May 9, 1874. 



914 

Daniel Ingali-S,'^ ( J oh n , ^ J oh n , •* Joseph , ^ Sa in uel, "^ Edm und'^), 
son of John and Abigail (French) Ingalls, born Tyngsboro, 
Mass., Oct. 6, 1788; married Sept. 7, 1817, Mercy Coburn 
Bancroft. She died Mar. 15, 1884. He was a blacksmith 
and toolmaker at Nashua, N. H. Moved to Illinois, in the 
forties, then to Minneiska, Minn., engaged in farming and 
died there Apr. 2, 1877. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 129 

Children, born Nashua, N. H. 

2225 Dauiel," b. Aug. 22, 1818 ; d. Aug. 2, 1820. 

2226 Daniel Howard,' b. Feb. 15, 1820; m. Sept. 8, 1848, Helen Maria 

Howard ; was a farmer and lumberman at Minneiska, and d. 
Aug. 16, 1895. Ch : (2227) Minnie Isabelle,*' b. Mar. 8,1855; 
m. Frank W. Ingalls ; (2228) Helen Mercy, ^ m. Charles G. 
Ingalls ; (2229) Fannie^; (2230) Emma^. 

2231 Mercy Marie,'' b. Mar. 3, 1822; d. Nov. 5, 1822. 

2232 Mercy Marie,' b. Aug. 14, 1823; d. vSept. 29, 1895; m. Ford, 

and had son, Dr. T. F. Ford, res. Plainfield, la. 

2233 Isaac Bancroft,' b. May 19, 1826 ; m. June 2, 1855, Eliza Bryant. 

He went to 111. in 1843, to Cal. in 1850, to Minn, in 1861, and to 
Waverly, la., where he is now engaged in farming. Ch : (2234) 
Eliza, » m. Graves. Ch ■.(i)//i7da/iyard. (2235) Lillian I ». 

+2236 Jonathan French,' b. Oct. 11, 1829; m. Mary A. Meeker. 

2237 Lucinda Emeline,' b. Nov. 14, 1831 ; m. May 27, 1853, Solomon 
Fox, res. Plainview, Minn. 

+ 2238 William Henry,' b. Apr. 23, 1834; m. Caroline A. Walker. 

2239 Samuel Edward,' b. June 17, 1836, res. Galena, S. D. 

2240 Ellen Augusta,' b. Aug. 11, 1838; m. Samuel Hiram Lindsay, b. 

Crawford Co., Pa., June 8, 1832; d. Jan. 25, 1900; he served in 
Company B, 96th 111. Vol. Infantry, and lived at Minneapolis, 
Minn. Ch : {i)Jo/n/ Weslev, b. Nov. 11, 1855; d. Mar. 3, 1856; 
(2) Eddie H., b. Apr. 25, 1857; d. Oct. 15, 1858; (3) Frederick 
Francis, b. Dec. i, 1865; m. Luverne, Minn., June 22, 1892, 
Effie Lucinda, daughter of Thaddeus P. and Mary J. (Ingalls) 
Grout, b. Fountain Prairie, Wis., Nov. 29, 1867, grad. Hamlin 
University ; he grad. from the law department, University of 
Minn.; is now auditor of a wholesale dry goods store in Minne- 
apolis; steward and trustee M. E. church. Ch : (I) Lynn 
Grout, b. Hamlin, Sept. 19, 1893; (II) Malcolm Ingalls, b. 
June 22, 1896; (III) Frederick Kirkwood, b. Sept. 6, 1897. 
{\) Effie Elva, b. June 22, 1870; m. 1898, Nelse Martinson; 
he is a real estate dealer at Wayzata, Minn. Ch : (I) Harold 
Everett, b. Aug. 1899; (II) Lyman Sheldon, b. Sept. 1901. 
(5) Nettie Augusta, b. July 25, 1872; d. Mar. 27, 1884; (6) 
Bertie Lester, b. Aug. 15, 1880; d. Feb. 17, 1881. 

2241 Alma Elvira,' b. Mar. 27, 1842; m. Oct. 26, 1861, Leroy Brown, 

res. Minneiska. Ch : (1) Edward; (2) Eugene. 



918 

Nathaniel Ingalls,® {Nathaniel,^ John* Joseph,^ Samuel,^ 
Edmund'^), son of Nathaniel and lyucy ( ) Ingalls, born 

about . Married Mary Ann Pollard, and was 

a farmer at Dracut, Mass., Buckfield and Norway, Me. 

Children : 

2242 Asa,' was captain of a whaling ship and lost at sea. 

2243 Nathaniel Pollard,' he was in the U. S. navy on the " St. Mary " 

with Commander Porter on the China station when last heard 
from. 

2244 Joseph,' went to Lowell, Mass., and is said to have left a family 

there. 



130 INGALLS GENEAIvOGY. 

2245 Oliver P. J went south, but returned to N. Y. City in 1864, and 

engaged in the shoe business, and died 1874. 

2246 Lucius Loring,' b. Buckfield ; m. Mary Ann Bryant, and lived at 

Boston, Mass. Ch : (2247) Lucius Marshall,** b. Boston, July 
II, 1846; m. Martha Kliza, daughter of Barsilla and Martha 
C. (Crafts) Whitman of West Auburn, Me. He enlisted Sept. 
ID, 1861, in Company A, 23d INIass. Regiment, and was discharged 
Oct. 13, 1864; is now a musician living at Medford. Mass. 
2248 Charles Henry," b. Norwa}-, Jan. 18, 1818; d. Boston, Nov. 14, 
1878; m. 1st, Susan Littleiield, 2d, Vesta Howard Crafts, b. 
P^eb. 23, 1817; d. Oct. 24, 1882. Ch. by ist wife: (2249) 
Milton Miletus, 8 b. Auburn, enlisted in Company H, 22d 
Mass. regiment, and died of typhoid fever, Sharpsljurg, 
Va., Oct. 24, 1862. Ch. by 2d wife: (2250) Oliver Howard,* 
b. Auburn, Mar. 28, 1846; m. Franklin, Mass., Nov. 
28, 1878, Nellie Sarah, daughter of Nelson and Nancy M. 
(Ruggles) Corbin, b. July 24, 1858; he enlisted in the 17th 
Mass. regiment, being under age his father secured a discharge 
he, however, joined the 22d regiment ; he is now a passenger 
conductor on the N. Y., N. H., and H. R. R., living at New 
London, Conn. Ch : (2251) Vesta Maria,^ b. Frank- 
lin, Sept. 9, 1879; (2252) George Nelson,^ b. Oct. i, 1882; 
d. May 3, 1889; (2253) Gladys Nellie,^ b. New London, 
July 21, 1893. (2254) Charles Henry, ^ b. New Gloucester, Me., 
May 4, 1848, res. Boston ; (2255) George PVederick,^ b. Auburn, 
Sept. 22, 185 1, is chief baggage master at the South Terminal 
Station, Boston. 



920 

John Ingalls,® {Nathaniel,^ John,^ Joseph,^ Samuel ^^ Ed- 
7nti7id^), son of Nathaniel and Lnc}- ( ) Ingalls, born 

Gloucester, Mass., about . Married Eliza Holman. 

They lived and died at Charlestown, Mass. 

Children, born Charlestown : 

2256 Joseph Everdeen,^ b. Sept. 2, 1820; d. Charlestown; m. ist, 
Catharine Meers, d. Apr. 9, 1852; m. 2d, Jan. 6, 1854, Matilda 
M.Williams, d. 1875; m. 3d, Annie A., daughter of Edward 
and Julia (Murphy) Magrath, b. Dorchester, Aug. 25, 1847; he 
was an expressman at Charlestown. Ch : (2257) Albert Hol- 
man,^ b. 1847; d. 1851 ; (2258) Arthur F.,^ d. y.; (2259) Fred- 
erick Arthur,* d. y.; (2260) Grace Marion,* b. Feb. 23, 1879. 

2261 John Devens,' b. May 22, 1824; m. ist, ; 2d, Oct. 24, 

1868, Sarah I. Emerson ; he served in the Civil War ; was a 
morocco worker at Salem, Mass., and d. Oct. 24, 1888. Ch : 
(2262) Florence Eliza,* b. Feb. 17, 1877. 

2263 Richard Holman,'' m. Mary K. Chapman. No children. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 131 

Seventh Generation. 
950 

Samuel Ingalls," (/affies,^ Sanmcl,^ Samuel,* Samuel,^ 
Robert,'^ Edmund'^), son of James and Abigail (Wendall) 
Ingalls, born Lynn, Mass., 1802; married, 1830, Lucy Scales. 
He lived at Lynn. 

Children : 

2300 Lucy Ann,^ b. 1834. 

2301 Susan Augusta,^ b. 1835. 

2302 Catherine,^ b. 1836. 

2303 Martha Scales, ^ b. 1838. 

2304 Morton,^ b. 1840. 

2305 Constantina,^ b. 1842. 

2306 Samuel Wendell,* b. 1845. 

2307 Harriett,^ b. 1847. 

2308 Charles Frederick,^ b. 1852. 

981 

Thomas Ingalls," {Jamcs,^ Thomas,^ Nathaniel,'^ Nathaniel,^ 
Robert,"^ Edminid'^), son of James and Sally (Tewksbury) 
Ingalls, born Lynn, Mass., Apr. 5, 1794; married Apr. 5, 1815, 
Emeline Johnson. He was a privateer during the war of 
1812, and was taken prisoner; confined in Dartmoor prison; 
was a brickmaker having yards at Salem. He died Phila- 
delphia, Aug. 27, 1829. 

Children, born Salem : 

2309 Thomas, 8 b. Mar. 23, 1818; m. 1843, Lilias, daughter of Seth 

Fish, b. No. Leeds, Me., 1820; he was appointed to the Lowell, 
Mass. police force in 1859, and honorably discharged 1892; 
now retired living at Lowell. Ch : 

(2310) Charles," b. May i, 1845; d. 1847. 

(2311) Abbie Mary,'^ b. Mar. 17, 1850; m. 1870, Frank L. Hall. Ch : 

(i) Edith Marshall, m. Albert B. Drake of Maiden, Mass.; 
(2) Frank L. 

(2312) Rose Anna," b. Aug. 29, 1852. 

(2313) Thomas E.,"b. Feb. 16, 1855; d. Apr. 30, 1885; m. Annie 

Paul, and had (2314) Edward M.,10 b. July 6, 1879; d. 
Feb. 20, 1898; (2315) Thomas Garfield, " b. Apr. 21, 1881 ; 
(2316) Lilias S.,10 b. June 4, 1883; (2317) Florence M.,10 
b. Aug. 15, 1885. 
(2318) Lindsay E-.-'b. Oct. 28, 1858; m. July 26, 1879, Nellie M., 
daughter of Nathaniel B. and Mary F. (Fuller) Green- 
leaf, b. Boothbay, Me., July i, i860; he is a member 
of the Lowell police force. Ch : (2319) Carrie, ^'^ b. 
June 18, 1880; (2320) Frank L.,1'^ b. Nov. 30, 1882; (2321) 
Grace M.,i'^ b. Apr. 7, 1884; (2322) Ruth E.,^^ b. Nov. 29, 



132 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1886; (23215) Laura," b. Dec. 23, 1888; d. 1889; (2324) 
Walter N." b. Sept. 11, 1889; d. 1890; (2325) Frederick, ^ 
b. Aug. 2, 1890; d. 1892; (2326) Nellie E.," b. Aug. 7, 
1893; d. 1895; (2327) Jason G.,iob. Sept. 13, 1894; (2328) 
Harry E.," b. June ^o, 1896; d. v.; (2329) Gladys M.,10 
b. Mar. 28, 1898; (2330) Hazel G.^io b. July i, 1899; d. y.; 
(2331) Dorothy I..^*^ b. Dec. 12, 1901. 

2332 Mary,^ b ; m. William Moore of Lynn. Ch : (i) AnnJe, m. 

Adams, res. Charlestown ; (2) Emeline, m. Babb, 

res. Lynn; (3) Charles. 

2333 Louisa,^ b. ; m. Cornish ; moved to Philadelphia. 

2334 Charles, 8 b. 1829; d. Lowell, Apr. 17, 1885; m. Emily Palmer. 

Ch: (2335) Charles Herbert," b. June 28, 1865; m. Mar. 22, 
1893, Catherine Walker, daughter of Joseph and Catherine W. 
(McDonald) Corner, b. Lowell, Feb. 29, i860. He is a book 
binder at Lowell. Ch : (2336) Paul Vernon," b. Mar. 25, 1894; 
(2337) Forrest Corner," b. Aug. 4, 1885; (2338) Charles Her- 
bert," b. Mar. 30, 1897. 

2339 Elizabeth,* b. ; d. Lafayette, Md. ; m. Joseph Griggs. Ch : 

( I ) Joseph ; ( 2 ) Fred. 

1001 

Ephraim InGALLS,' { John, ^ John,^ Joseph,'^ Nathaniel,^ Rob- 
ert,'^ Edviund'^') , son of John and Martha ( Blaney) Ingalls, born 
Svvampscott, Mass., Sept. 25, 1805; married, 1824, Elizabeth 
Cloon. He died Svvampscott, Nov. 29, 1874. 

Children : 

2340 Ephraim Alfred, ^ b. July 14, 1836 ; m. Maria Kelham of Lynn ; he 

AA-as admitted to the bar and engaged in the practice of law at 
Lynn; in 1861 enlisted as quarter-master of the 8th M. V. M.; in 
1863 became interested in the express business, and retained 
his interests until his death ; he took an active part in public 
affairs and filled many offices of trust; was member of the city 
council, board of aldermen, city clerk and trustee of the public 
library ; he was a democrat in politics and represented Lynn 
as such in the State Legislature ; he also held high offices in 
masonry. Ch : (2341) Alfred Seymour,^ d. ; (2342) Cora," 

m. S. C. Newhall, res. Lynn. 

2343 Samuel Otis,** b. June, 1828; d. 1830. 

2344 Elizabeth Amanda, ^ b. Oct. 1830; m. Charles A. Fowle of 

Woburn, Mass. Ch : (i) Ella Amanda; (2) Leonard. 

2345 Samuel Otis,** b. Mar. 13, 1833; d. Swampscott, Dec. 24, 1892; m. 

Sarah Palmer. Ch: (2346) Mary Palmer"; (2347) John 
Palmer". 

2348 Mary Ellen, ^ b. Jan. 23, 1836; m. Jan. 6, 1877, Walter Hodges of 

Boston. No children. 

2349 Clara Bassett,^ b. vSept. 1838 ; d. June 24, 1862 ; m. i860, Benjamin 

W. Currier of Lynn. 
-4-2350 Joseph Augustus,** b. Mar. 10, 1841 ; m. Mary A. Bright. 

2353 Francis Edmund, * b. Sept 22, 1843; m. Sept. 5, 1871, Marietta B., 
daughter of Moses and Sarah A. (Parsons) Nowell of Chelsea, 
Mass., b. Oct. 24, 1843; he is a salesman, res. at Swampscott; 
has been chairman of board of selectmen, member of the 
school committee, trustee of the public library and prominent 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 133 

in the Universalist church. Ch : (2354) Bessie,® b. May 21, 1872 ; 
m. Rideout; (2355) Nowell,® b. Sept. 6, 1878. 

2356 Benjamin Gran^^lle,^ b. Apr. 14, 1846; m.June 6, 1877, Clara, 
daughter of John H. and Elizabeth (Brooks) P'arwell of Boston ; 
he is a member of the firm of Russ, Evelyth & Ingalls, 
wholesale trimmings at Boston ; res. Swampscott. Ch : (2357) 
Granville, 9 b. May 15, 1881. 

2358 John Frederick, 8 b. May 30, 1852 ; d. Philadelphia, Sept., 1885. 

1026 

Theophilus Ingalls,' {Abncr,^ John,^ Joseph,^ Nathayiiel,^ 
Robert ^^ Edmund^), son of Abner and Abigail (Fuller) Ingalls, 
born Lynn, Mass., 1800; married Hannah Warden of Mar- 
blehead. He died Lynn, 1845. 

Children, born Lynn : 

2359 Oliver Warden,^ b. 1824; m. Mary Guy of Dover, N. H. ; he lives 

at Somerville, Mass. Ch : (2360) Oliver Barry ,^ ; (2362) Annie 
Blackler,® b. ; d. ; m. Francis Whiting ; (2363) Agnes 

Maria, ^ m. William Hunter, res. Somerville. No children ; 
(2364) Edward Guy,^ ; (2365) Alice, » d. y. 

2366 Hannah Ellen,* b. 1828; m. George Williams of Lynn, res. Cal. 

2367 Abigail,* b. ; m. William Barry of Lynn. No children. 

2368 Anne Augusta,* b. 1833 ; d. y. 

2369 Charles Forester,* b. 1835; d. Lynn, 1899; m. Lucinda Marshall ; 

served in the Civil War. No children. 

2370 Fenelon,* b. 1837; d. 1883; m. Elizabeth Burnham; served in the 

Civil War, lived at Lynn. Ch : (2371) Arthur, ^ d. y.; (2372) 
Elizabeth,^ m. Homer Clements ; (2373) Frederick,* res. Lynn. 

2374 Jerome,* b. 1840; m. Emma Renton ; he was for many years a 
large shoe manufacturer at Lynn ; lately in the real estate and 
insurance business. Ch. b. Lynn : (2375) Walter Renton,* b. 
1865 ; m. 1898, Ella Gordon of N. Y.; he grad. Mass. Inst. Tech. 
and is a mining engineer. Ch : (2376) Rosamond, ^"^ b. 1901. 
(2377) Alice Isabel,* b. 1867; m. 1897, Dr. William T. Hopkins 
of Lynn; (2378) Charlotte Edith,* b. 1868; m. 1897, Walter E. 
Lummus ; (2379) Robert CoUyer,* b. 1873; m. Sept. 24, 1902, 
Florence Usher Merritt ; he is engaged in business at Boston, 
res. Lynn; (2380) Harry Creighton,* b. 1876 ; grad. Mass. Inst. 
Tech. 

2381 Mary Blackler,* b. 1842 ; d. y. 

1055 

Samuel Simpson Ingalls," ( Willia?n,^ Williavi,^ William,*' 
Nathaniel,^ Robert ^^ Edmund'^), son of William and Olive 
(Preble) Ingalls, born Sullivan, Me., Dec. 11, 1795; married, 
Nov. 28, 1822, Caroline Thomas of Eden, Me. He was one 
of the most prominent citizens of Sullivan, holding the office of 
postmaster and representing the town in the State Legislature. 
He died Aug. 3, 1848. 



134 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children, born Sullivan : 

2382 Delia F.,^ b. Jan. 17, 1824; m. 1848; d. Osseo, Wis., Feb. 6, 1890. 

Ch : (i) Clarence B., b. Mar. 1850, res. New England, N. D. 

2383 Eliza T.,** b. Apr. 27, 1826; d. Osseo, Wis., Feb. 4, 1890; m. Sept. 

30, 1847, Mark Shepard, Jr., of Ellsworth, Me. Ch : ( i ) Agnes, 
b. Oct. 30, 1848; m. Stratton, res. Kansas; (2) Delia, b. 

Mar. 23, 1851 ; m. Noyes, res. Wis.; (3) Lizzie, b. Mar. 23, 

1851 ; m. Messier, res. S. D.; (4) Sarah Z., m. Haven 

Fields, res. Osseo, Wis.; (5) William, res. St. Louis, Mo.; (6) 
George, d. y. 

2384 Olive C.,8 b. Dec. 11, 1827; d. Dec. 5, 1845. 

2385 William Waldo, 8 b. Mar. 2, 1829; m. Fanny Isabella Higgins of 

Mobile, Ala.; he was li\'ing at Mobile when last heard from. 
Ch : (2386) James Samuel,^ b. Mar. 26, 1864; d. y.; (2387) Mary 
Caroline,^ b. May 26, 1865 ; d. Oct. 25, 1875 ; (2388) Sarah EHza.^ 
b. Jan. 20, 1867; m. Y. Brooke of Washington, D. C; (2389) 
Osborn Milton, » b. Mar. 5, 1869; (2390) George William, ^ b. 
Jan. II, 1871 ; d. y.; (2391) William Henry,^ b. Apr. 24, 1872; 
(2392) Francis Owen,^ b. Nov. 10, 1873; d. Dec. 2, 1880; (2393) 
George Dominick,9b. Aug. 15, 1875; d. y.; (2394) Ellen Sher- 
mau,9 b. July 8, 1877; (2395) John Edgar,^ b. Apr. 17, 1879; 
d. y.; (2396) Charles Edgar,^ b. May 25, 1880; (2397) John 
Francis,** b. Oct. 15, 1882 ; (2398) Lillian Delia,9b. Sept. 10, 1884. 

2399 Alma M.,^ b. Dec. 7, 1833; d. y. 

2400 Osborn M.,® b. Jan. 26, 1835 ; was killed at Selma, Ala., at end of 

the War of the Rebellion and buried with Masonic honors. 

2401 George P.,** b. Sept. i, 1837 ; d. Cal.; n. m. 

2402 Edgar W.,^ b. Apr. i, 1840; d. ; Berved in the 33d 111. 

Regiment in the War of the Rebellion. 



1065 

Benjamin Franklin Ingalls,'' ( William,^ William,^ Wil- 
liam,* Nathayiiel^ Robert,^ EdniMid^) , son of William and Olive 
(Preble) Ingalls, born Sullivan, Me., July 12, 1812 ; married, 
Nov. 29, 1833, SoPHRONiA, daughter of Job Thomas of Eden, 
Me. He was a prominent shipbuilder at Sullivan, moved to 
Georgetown, 111., in 1858, and thence to Alvardo, Cal., where 
he died Dec. 19, 1879, 

Children, born Sullivan : 

2403 Marion Wallace, 8 b. Jan. 13, 1835; d. Dec. 19, 1863; m. 1850, 
Ebenezer Herrick Dyer. He moved to Alvardo and was the 
father of the beet sugar industry in America ; in 1879 built 
and owned the first successful plant. Ch : ( i ) Ella Fratices, 
b. Dec. 23, 1855; (2) Abbie Marion, b. Apr. 21, 1857; m. Dr, 
Manson ; {2>) Edward Franklin , b. Alvardo, July 22, 1858; m. 
Oakland, Cal., Jan. i, 1884, Kate, daughter of Alfred and 
Louisa (Wood) Harrell, b. June 28, 1862. He built the first 
works and machinery for manufacture of beet sugar and is 
engaged in that business at Cleveland, O. Ch : (I) Herrick 
Harrell, b. Feb. 12, 1890. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 135 

2404 Ellen Frances,^ b. Aug. 29, 1839; m. Ephraim Dyer; he was a 

surveyor at Alvardo, d. 1880. Ch : (i) Harold Parker, b. Mar. 
29, i860 ; with Edward F. Dyer built the first machinery used in 
beet sugar manufacture and is still engaged in that business ; 
(2) Henry Sazcyer, b. Aug. 19, 1864; {i) Herbert Paul, b. Dec. 
23, 1867; {4) Edith, b. Mar. 13, 1870; (5) Ephraim Ingalls, b. 
Sept. 4, 1872; (6) 

2405 Olive Sophronia,^ b. Jan. 3, 1842 ; m. Ephraim Herrick Dyer. 

Ch : (I) Hugh Thomas, b. May 8, 1868 ; (2) GuySaiuyer, b. May 
8, 1868; (3) Ni7ia, b. 1877. 

+2406 Wilfred Fisher, ^ b. Mar. 28, 1844 ; m. Catherine M. Linton. 

2407 John Murray, 8 b. Apr. 29, 1846; m. Feb. 15, 1871, Emily, daughter 
of James M. and Hattie M. (Munn) Hawley, b. Newark. N. J., 
June 24, 1848; he has been a surveyor, farmer and beet sugar 
maker, is now a merchant at San Jose. Ch : (2408) William 
Wallace,^ b. Feb. 21, 1872; d. Jan. 3, 1873; (2409) Blanche 
Hawley,® b. Aug. 31, 1873; d. May 2, 1894; (2410) Elizabeth 
Thomas, * b. Oct. 6, 1875; m. Jan. 3, 1899, Henry S. Dyer, res. 
Fremont, O.; (2411) Elma, 9 b. Mar. 25, 1882; (2412) Myra,® b. 
Mar. 25, 1882 ; d. Mar. 23, 1901 ; (2413) Louise,® b. Apr. 14, 
1888. 

-}-24i4 Frank Salter,^ b. Jan. 8, 1851 ; m. Madora Spaulding. 
2415 Merrill Whittier,^ b. May 6, 1854; m. Ethel Converse, daughter of 
Dudley and Mary M. (Ogier) Stone of San Francisco ; he is an 
erecting engineer at Lehi City, Utah. Ch : (2416) Frank 
Stone,® b. Oct. 16, 1881 ; (2417) Mary Ethel,» b. Oct. 2, 1883 ; d, 
Dec. 18, 1892 ; (2418) Dorothy Somers,® b. Apr. 15, 1894. 



1117 

George Joy Ingalls,' {John N.,^ Joyiathan N.,^ Williavi,*' 
Nathaniel,^ Robert,'^ Edmund^), son of John N., and Ann P. 
(Newman) Ingalls, born Bath, Me., Sept. 10, 1802; married 
Abby Devereux. He was a mariner and as first officer of the 
ship ' ' Farwell ' ' was killed by the crew while quelling a 
mutiny at Newcastle, Del., Dec. 24, il 



Child, born Castine : 

2419 George Kimball,^ b. Mar. 21, 1841 ; m. Brookl}n, N. Y., Dec. 21, 
1864, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of John R. and Agnes (Virtue) 
Harrington, b. Ohio, Aug. 10, 1840; he served in the Civil War 
in Company- B, 2d Me. Regiment, in 1861, and was discharged 
for disability ; was clerk in the quarter-master's department at 
Norfolk two 3-ears, and Richmond six years ; he is now a dairy 
farmer at Bath, Me. Ch : 

(2420) Mary Agnes Virtue,® b. Orrington, Me., Nov. 27, 1865. 

(2421) Mabel Abby Devereux,® b. Richmond, Va., July 22, 1867. 

(2422) George Joseph Harrington,® b. Oct. 22, 1869. 

(2423) Maud Muler Horton,® b. Bath, Apr. 28, 1872. 

(2424) Eugene Elliott White,® b. Mar. 17, 1879. 

(2425) Josephine Ellen Edgecomb,®b. Jan. 18, 1882. 



136 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1164 

James Ingalls," {Henry,^ Amos,^ Hcyiry,'^ Nathayiiel ,^ Rob- 
ert,^ Edmund^), son of Henry and Susanna (Brown) Ingalls, 
born Lynn, Mass., Jan. 19, 1789; married, 1822, Lorana 
WiTHEY. She died Dec. 18, 1827. He died Lynn, Aug, 25, 
1868. 

Children, born Lynn : 

-I-2426 James Withey,^ b. Feb. 23, 1S23 ; m. ist, Mary A. Jackson, 2d, 
Emeline S. Cutler. 
2427 Sarah Elizabeth,* b. Jan. 16, 1825; d. Mar. 12, 1885. 



1191 

Lucius Ingalls,' {Jacob,^ Jacob,^ Jacob,'^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,'^ 
Edviiind^), son of Jacob and Rebecca (Brown) Ingalls, born 
Lynn, Mass, Nov. 15, 1831 ; married May 15, 1850, Martha, 
daughter of John and Mary (Brown) Jarvis. She was born 
Marblehead, Mass., Feb. 6, 1833, and lives at Lynn. He was 
a shoemaker at Lynn, and died there, Oct. 15, 1884. 

Children, born Lynn : 

2428 Mary Frances,^ b. Apr. 19, 1851 ; m. Oct. 5, 1871, Willard Dunbar 

of Brockton ; he d. Lynn, Mar. 27, 1884. 

2429 Catherine Augusta,^ b. Aug. 29, 1853 ; m. Feb. 19, 1888, James D. 

Poole of Yarmouth, N. S. 

2430 Edwin Warren, 8 b. Aug. 9, 1858 ; m. May 15, 1883, Elmira Emma, 

daughter of James and Agnes (MacBain) Dobbins, b. Glasgow, 
Scot., Sept. 22, 1859 ; he is a newspaper advertising agent and 
publisher at Lynn. Ch : (2431) Edwin Willard, ^ b. Feb. 19, 
1886; (2432) Arthur Warren ,9 b. Nov. 17, 1889; (2433) Helen, » 
b. Oct. 16, 1892. 
2434 Annie Estella,** b. July 17, 1862 ; d. Oct. 5, 1863. 



1219 

John Ingalls,' {Thomas,^ John, ^ William,'^ Eleazer^ Robert,^ 
Edviund^^, son of Thomas and Marj- (Bassett) Ingalls, born 
Marblehead, Mass., Oct. 6, 1797; married, Jan. 22, 1822, Mar- 
tha Knapp. He was a sea captain for several years, and then 
retired and held the ofiSce of surveyor of the port of Marblehead, 
where he died June 3, i860. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN, 137 

Children, born Marblehead : 

-(-2435 Thomas,* b. Oct. i, 1824; m. Juliete Beal. 

2436 John,^ bapt. Oct. 7, 1827 ; d. y. 

2437 Martha E.,^ b. Oct. 16, 1829 ; d. Jan. 16, 1895 ; ^- 1861, Joseph W. 

Clapp of Dorchester. 

2438 John, 8 bapt. June 3, 1833 ; d. y. 

2439 Mary Bassett,* b. Oct. 31, 1834; m. ist, Dec. 1859, Joseph Hop- 

kins ; m. 2d, June 30, 1897, Joseph W. Clapp ; he d. 1898. 



1275 

Amasa G. Ingalls,' {Javies,^ Ebenezer,^ Ebe7iezer* Edmund,* 
/ohn,^ Ednumd^), son of James and Mercy (Taft) Ingalls, born 
Brookfield, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1808; married Amy Aldrich. He 
was a farmer at Brookfield, and died Feb. 5, 1839. 

Children : 

2440 James Curtis, ^ b. Dec. 23, 1831 ; m. Emily Bowman ; he is a 
retired farmer at Lowville, N. Y. Ch : (2441) Seymour Curtis, ^ 
b. Feb. 4, 1865 ; m. Dec. 27, 1894, Kathryn E., daughter of 
John and Jane (McClelland) O'Donnel, b.' Philadelphia, Oct. 
15, 1865 : he is Assistant Superintendent of the American Tele- 
graph and Telephone Co. at Philadelphia. Ch : (2442) Jean 
McClelland, w b. Jan. 27, 1896; (2443) Kathryn Elizabeth, " b. 
Mar 16, 1899. (2443A) Allie Estelle,^ b. June'4, 1867; m. Clin- 
ton J. Murray; (2444) Jennie,^ b. Feb. 5, 1871 ; m. George 
Beers, res. Otsego, N. Y. Ch : (i) Estella A.\ (2) Florence 
Marion. 

2445 Amasa G,^ b. Apr. 25, 1839 ; m. ist, Aug. 28, 1859, Abigail 
Holmes, 2d, Feb. 21, 1875, Jennie, daughter of Jerome and 
Lucy (Crumb) Cheesbro ; he is a farmer and breeder of Hol- 
stein cattle at East Hamilton, N. Y. Ch : (2446) Lewis F.^ b. 
Nov. 28. i860; m. Aug. 25, 1883, Lucy Burdick, and has (2447) 
CurtisT.,i'5b.July 14, 1888. (2448) Charles S.,^ b. Jan. 28, 1864; 
(2449) IJia L.,^b. July 14, 1868; m. Sept. 24, 1890, Allen P. 
Marsh; (2450) George,^ b. Feb. 22, 1895. 



1278 

Reuben Ingalls," {Edmund,^ Edmund,'^ Edmund,'^ Edmund,* 
John,- Edmiaid^), son of Edmund and Mary (Stockwell) Ingalls, 
born Sept. 6, 1786; married Abigail L. Baker, who died at 
Granville, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1847. He was a farmer at Granville 
and died there Nov. 28, 1848. 



138 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



Children 



2451 Hiram Baker,* b. Jan. 6, 1812; d. Apr. 29, 1891 ; in. Meroe Reeve. 
Ch : (2452) Halmer Reeve®; (2453) Alice^. 

2454 Marv Ann, 8 b. Oct. 26, 1813; ni. Draper. Ch : (i) Hiram 

L'. I.; (2) Phebe A.; (3) Meroe ; (4) Frajik G.; (5) Marcie L. 

2455 Amarilla,'^ b. Dec. 11, 1815 ; m. ist, July 3, 1840, Stephen Martin, 

d. Granville, N. Y., June 8, 1857; m. 2d, Jan. 27, 1867, Samuel 
Hall, is a blacksmith and farmer at Hartford, N. Y. Ch. by 
1st husband: (i) Onedine Atigusta (Martin), b. Mar. 6, 1841 ; 
d. June 13, 1844; {2) Richard 31. J. (Martin), b. Feb. 24, 1844; 
d. Mar. 4, 1848; (3) Harlan Page (Martin), b. June 29, 1845; 
served i^ Civil War, res. Sacramento, Cal.; (4) Mason Pierce, 
(Martin), b. Nov. 15, 1847; is a farmer at Hartford, N. Y.; (5) 
Charles Hughs (Martin), b. Nov. 13, 1852; res. Sacramento, 
Cal.; {6)Ainia Louisa (Martin), b. Sept. 20, 1850; m. William 
Washburn, res. Hartford, N. Y.; (7) Abigail I. (Martin), b. 
May 6, 1857 ; d. Mar. 17, 1859. 

2456 Annis,** b. Apr. 26, 1818. No children. 

2457 Louisa S.,* b. Mar. 14, 1823; d. Feb. 7, 1887; m. Gardner. 

Ch : (i) Achsah ; (2) Stephen; (^i) Abigail I.; {j^)Jane ; (5) 
George W.; (6) Fred S. 

2458 David Leeds,* b. Mar. 20, 1826; d. Troy, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1857; m. 

Augusta E. Odbert. Ch : (2459) David Leeds, ^ b. Salem, N.Y., 
Feb. 7, 1858 ; m. Sept. 24, 1878, Helen G. , daughter of Edward and 
Isabel (El win) Vasey, she b. Richmond, P. Q., Oct. 31, 1859; 
he is a locomotive engineer at Albany, N. Y. 



1279 

John Ingalls,' {Ed?n7i7id,^ Edmund,^ Edrmind,'*' Ed?nund,^ 
Jolm,' Edmu?id^), son of Edmund and Mary (Stockwell) In- 
galls, born Hartford, N. Y., Maj' 12, 1788; married, Sept. 12, 
1812, Susan Oatman, who died Aug. 16, 1858. He was a 
farmer, and deacon of the Baptist church at Hartford, and died 
there May 25, 1862. 

Children, born Hartford : 

2460 Betsey,* b. Mar. 25, 1815 ; d. Apr. 19, 1815. 

2461 David Oatman,* b. Apr. 17, 1816 ; m. ist, Aug. 28, 1836, Sarah 

Bullock, b. Nov. 27, 1814 ; d. Nov. 15, 1858; m. 2d, Mar. 5, 
1859, Olive L. Lee, b. July 11, 1824 ; d. Mar. i, 1895 ; he was a 
farmer at Hartford and No. Granville, N. Y., consistent mem- 
ber of the Baptist church, strict integrity of character with 
wide-spread influence. He d. No. Granville, June 22, 1888. 
Ch : (2462) John James, ^ b. June 13, 1840; m. ist, Julv 9, 1859, 
Mary E. Hills, b. Feb. 25, 1839 ; d. Oct. 16, 1872 ; m. 2d, ; 

He was an engineer at No. Granville, and d. Apr. 9, 1884. Ch : 
(2463) Jennie C.^^b. Apr. 19, i86o;m. Mar. 28, 1878, Simeon Blan- 
chard, b. Dec. 19, 1848; d. Sept. 17, 1896. Ch : {i) Franklin 
Lester, b. Oct. 26, 1879 ; (2) Harry Humphrey, b. Nov. 14, 1881 ; 
(3) Elizabeth, b. Aug. 18. 188^ ; (4) Helen Russell, b. Mar. 19, 
1886; (5) Oatman David, b. May 12, 1888; (6) Carl Edmuiid, 
b. Jan. 18, 1891 ; (7) Charlotte Sanderson, b. June 20, 1893. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 139 

(2464) Edmund David, 1° b. May 26, 1868 ; d. Sept, 25, 1900 ; 
n. m.; engaged in the Puget Sound salmon fisheries; (2465) 
Eva,!"^ b Yeh. 4, 1879; m. Dec, 1898, Frederick E. Brooks. 
(2466) Sarah Augusta, ** b. Feb. 9, 1847 ; m. Oct. 4, 1871, Irving 
S. Herbert, who is a farmer at No. Granville ; she has in her 
possession a powder horn carved with the name of " Edmund 
Ingalls, Rehoboth, Nov. 10, 1759 " also with various characters, 
forts, canoes, etc. Ch : (i) Sara/i ISIariette, b. Dec. 13, 1874 ; m. 
Jan. 2, 1893, Johnson R. Middleton. Ch : (I) James Herbert, 
b. Jan. 21, 1894. 

2467 Mariett.s b. Sept. 4, 1818 ; d. Oct. 15, 1892; m. Apr. 8, 1835, 

Franklin G. Wilcox, b. June 27, 1812 ; d. Mar. 4, 1861. Ch : (i) 
Susan, b. Sept. 12, 1837; (2) Mary C, b. Jan. 2, 1839; (3) 
Ephraim B., b. Feb. 20, 1843; (4) John [ngalls, b. July 18, 
1845 ; (5) Chapin D., b. Feb. 8, 1851. 

2468 Walter,^ b. Nov. 9, 1821 ; d. May 26, 1822. 



1280 

Otis Ingalls," {Edimind,^ Edmund,^ Edmtaid,^ Edmund,^ 

John,^ Edmund'^), son of Edmund and Mary (Stockwell) Ingalls, 

born Hartford, N. Y., Sept. 3, 1790; married Betsey Stevens. 

He went from Hartford to Eureka, Wis., where he died Jan. 5, 

1856. 

Children : 

2469 Selden B.,^ b. 1837; m. Jan. i, 1866, Sarah J., daughter of John 
and Elizabeth (Sleppy) Hopper ; he is a mason at Coloma Sta- 
tion, Wis.; Ch : (2470) Benjamin Deforest,^ b. Dec. 23, 1867; 
m. ; (2471) Emma Jane,^ b. 1870; m. Sorenson ; 

(2472) Edmund James, ^ b. 1874; (2473) Cynthia Amelia,' b. 
1876; m. Lawton ; (2474) Maude May ,9 b. 1878; m. 

Brown; (2475) Hattie Lora,^ b. 1880; m. Burnett; (2476) 

Ella Elizabeth, 9 b. 1882 ; (2477) Jessie Gertrude,^ b. 1885 ; (2478) 
Selden Franklin, b. 1888; (2479) Otis Ulysses,** b. 1892. 

2480 Benjamin Franklin,* living Soldiers' Home, Los Angeles, Cal. 



1281 

HoSEA Ingalls," {Edmund,^ Edmund,^ Edmund,'^ Edrmind^ 
John,'^ Edmund'^) , son of Edmund and Marj' (Stockwell) Ingalls, 
born Hartford, N. Y., June 9, 1792; married 1812, Lovina 
Lamb. She was born Truxton, Vt., Aug. 28, 1792 ; died July 
30, 1859. He was a Methodist clergyman, and died at Albion, 
N. Y., Feb. 13, 1875. 

Children : 

2481 Lydia,* b. Oct. 30, 1812 ; d. Feb. i, 1893 ; m. Mar. 30, 1834, Israel 
Higgins of Belvidere, Alleghany Co., N. Y. Ch : {i) Henry 
Lewis (Higgins), b. Aug. 2, 1841 ; d. Leroy, N. Y., Nov. i, 
1890; m. May 27, 1848, Mary J. Piper, b. May 27, 1848; d. Jan. 



140 



INGALIvS GENEALOGY. 



2483 
2484 



2485 



17, 1888. Ch : (I) George; (II) Maude; (III) Blanche; 
(IV) Mary; (V) Rachel. (2) Hugh Edward (Higgins),b. 
May 27, 1848; d. Leroy, Jan. 11, 1888; m. Julia A. Didrick, d. 
Mar. 2, 1888 ; two children. 
Lewis, ^ b. Jan. 3, 1817 ; m. June 18, 1838, Sarah Warren, b. Mass., 
Sept. 4, 1819 ; he is a retired farmer at Albion, N. Y. He 
spent much time and money several years ago in the collection 
of material for a genealogy, and the compiler is under obliga- 
tion for a complete copy of his records. Ch : (2483) Mary 
L.,® b. Mar. i, 1839; m. Mar. 21, 1866, Foster Udell, and res. 
Brockport, N. Y. Ch : (i) Leivis Wheelock, b. July 9, 1869 ; m. 
Dec. 19, 1889, Jennie W. Benson, res. Brockport. Ch : (I) 
Grace Louise, b. May 28, 1890; (II) Sarah Jessie W., b. 
July 19, 1893. {2) Jessie L., b. June 6, 1873; d. Oct. 12, 1885; 
(3) IVilliajn Foster, b. Nov. 19, 1877; m. Dec. 31, 1895, Susan 
J. Crandall. 
Daniel, 8 b. Aug. 26, 1820; d. Jan. 22, 1822. 

Jane T.,^ b. Dec. 13, 1822; d. Aug. 13, 1856; m. Feb. 28, 1843, 
Erastus Norton of Barre, N. Y. Ch : (i) Eugene H., b. July 
24, 1845; res. Buffalo; (2) Charles L., b. Oct. 2, 1851 ; d. 1897; 
i^l) Frank H., b. Jan. 31, 1853; d. May 29, 1855; {^) Jane M., 
b. June II, 1856; m. Heman Higgins, res. East Oakfield, N. Y. 
Ch:(I) Bertie. 
Edmund,8b. Feb. 15, 1828; d. Mar. 11, 1875; m. Feb. 8, 1843, 
Fanny Jennings of Gaines, N. Y. Ch : 
(2486) Edmund Asa,^ b. Jan. 28, 1851 ; d. Apr. 5, 1852. 

Laura Maria, ^ b. June 14, 1853; m. Oscar Brown of Albion. 
Ch : {i) Arthur Case ; (2) Adella Laura; (3) Bert Oscar ; 
(4) Lee Lngalls ; (5) Harrie ; (6) Lulu. 
Albert Adelbert,* b. Apr. 8, 1855 ; m. Cora Philipps, res. 
Albion. Ch : (2489) Inez May ^O; (2490) Clarence 
Albert 10; (2491) Cornelia 1°; (2492) Earle i<^. 
Sarah Lovina,^ b. Mar. 28, 1857 ; n. m. 

Nancy Jane, ^ b. July 18, 1859; m. ist, George G. Lord, 2d, 
1896, Daniel D. Tompkins of Medina. Ch : (i) Royal 
lngalls (Lord). 
Loren Edmund, ^ b. Aug. i, 1861 ; m. June 10, 1896, Minnie 

E. Brooker, res. Albion. No children. 
Henry Lewis, ^ b. Mar. 29, 1864; d. May 11, 1868. 
Nellie Louise,^ b. Dec. 8, 1866; m. Mar. 11, 1896, George 

Henry Wilson of Albion. 
Florence Adella,^ b. May 28, 1870. 
Henry N.,^ b. Sept. 21, 1828; d. Castile, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1869; m. 
Susan Allen, Mar. 19, 1850. Ch : (2500) Frances E.,^ b. ; 

m. Duane True ; he is a dry goods dealer at Niagara Falls. 
Ch : (i) Harry. (2501) Florence E.® b. ; m. Dr. Miller 

of Castile ; (2502) Hattie L.,® b. ; m. ; d. 



(2487) 



(2488) 



(2493) 
(2494) 



(2495) 

(2496) 
(2497) 

(2498) 
2499 



1296 

SiMKON Ingalls,' {John,^ Edmund,'' Edmwtd* Edmund^ 
J ohyi,^ Edmund'^), son of John and Olive (Hicks) lngalls, born 
Hartford, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1788; married Lydia Baker. He 
was a farmer at Hartford and died 1862. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 141 

Children : 

2503 Huldah,^ b. Oct. 25, 1815 ; d. Jersey City, N. J.; m. James Carlisle. 

Ch: (i)/o/!T!. 

2504 Leonard,* b. June 28, 1821 ; m. Mary Bump; he was a farmer at 

Hartford, now retired at Sandy Hill, N. Y. Ch : (2505) Charles 
B.,9b. May 26, 1849; d. Dec. 12, 1854; (2506) Benjamin Sim- 
eon,^ b. Nov. 30, 1865; m. Jan. 31, 1877, Ella J., daughter of 
Ephraim and Elmira (Hicks) Northup, b. No. Granville, Nov. 
16, 1855 ; he was a farmer and merchant at Hartford, holding 
offices of assessor and postmaster, now a merchant at Sandy 
Hill. Ch : (2507) Mary Lillian, i^b. Aug. 26, 1882 ; (2508) Eliza- 
beth Eudora.io b. Nov. i, 1889; (2509) Montraville Benjamin, 1° 
b. Nov. 8, 1892. 
2510 Lydia,^ b. Jan. 4, 1825; d. ; n. m. 



1297 

John Ingalls," (/o/in,^ Edmund,^ Edmund* Edviund,^ John,^ 
Edniimd^), son of John and Olive (Hicks) Ingalls, born Hart- 
ford, N. Y., June 19, 1792; married, first, Pattie Thomas, 
married, second, Polly Baker. He lived at Hartford. 

Children by Pattie Thomas : 

2511 William J. ,8 d. Salem, N. Y., m. Margaret Craig, had a son (2512) 
William James, ^ lived Bellows Falls, Vt. 

2513 David T.,s b. 1819 ; m. ist, Amanda Bradford of Belchertown, 
Mass., 2d, Cynthia S. Simmons; he was a harness maker at 
Belcher, N. Y., moved to Ringwood, 111., and d. 1884. Ch : 
(2514) Silas W.,^b. Oct. 23, 1846; m. Aug. 5, 1871, Lucy Jane, 
daughter of Sylvanus and" Esther (Brown) Styles of E. Troy, 
Pa.; he is a house and carriage painter at Middle Granville, 
N. Y., has been a constable sixteen years and deputy sheriff 
six years. Ch : (2515) Frank David, i<* b. July 24, 1872; (2516) 
Frank Hardin, ^^ b. June 12, 1875. (2517) Ernest H.,^ m. 
Stephenson, res. Ringwood, 111.; (2518) Melline Fawsett,^ m. 
Carl Richardson of Ringwood.; (2519) Frances Adelle,^ res. 
Elgin, 111., n. m. 

2520 Maria, 8 d. Oct. 23, 1865 ; m. Jan. 1839, John Bradford of Belcher, 

N. Y., had four sons d. y. and two daughters : (i ) Patty, b. Dec. 
25, 1841 ; m. Apr. 15, 1876, Alexander Mason ; he is a black- 
smith at Pawlet, Vt. Ch: (I) Charles J. ,b. June 20, 1878; 
res. Proctorville, Vt.; (II) John, b. 1882, d. y. (2) Amanda, m. 
Ransom Durkee, res. E. Hartford, N. Y. 

Children by Polly Baker : 

2521 Walter M.,^ was a physician at Amelia, O.; d. Hamilton, O., leav- 

ing (2522) John ^ ; (2523) Etta". 
2524 Abigail, 8; m. William Gillis, res. Sandy Hill, N. Y. Ch: (i) 
Charles ; {2) Carrie. 



142 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1308 

Horace Hicks IngalLvS,' {JoIdi,^ Edmund,^ Edmund,'^ Ed- 
7nund,^ John ^- Edmund^), son of John and Olive (Hicks) Ingalls, 
born Hartford, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1807 ; married Sarah Wood- 
ELL. He resides at North Granville, N. Y. 

Children, born Hartford, N. Y. : 

2525 Truman E.,* b. July 14, 1833 ; m. S. Anda, daughter of John and 
Abigail (Northup) Norton; he is a commercial traveller, res. 
Troy, N. Y. Ch : (2526) Abbie Norton, ^ b. Oct. 6, 1859; m- 
Charles Eddy of Troy. 

2527 Leander,^ b. Apr. 30, 1835 ; d. Dec. 8, 1857. 

2528 Oscar F.,^ b. Aug. 22, 1839; d. Troy, N. Y., Oct. 31, 1897; m. 

Mar}^ Eliza, daughter of Samuel and Patience (Bo^-le) Hale, b. 
Hartford, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1839. Ch : (2529) Charles Bisco,' b. 
Hartford, Mar. 14, 1863 ; m. Lillian B. Free of Kansas City, 
Mo. Ch : (2530) May Rose,i° b. St. Louis, Aug. 24, 1889. 
(2531) Frederick Truman,^ b. Ft. Ann, Nov. 29, 1866; m. 
Eleanor Warren Booth of Bayonne, N. J. Ch : (2532) Patience 
Hale,^'' b. Trov, Mar. 21, 1892; d. Round Lake, N. Y., Aug. 2, 
1892. (2533) Harry O.,-' b. Troy, Mar. 15, 1870; m. Estelle M., 
daughter of \Vm. H. Foose of Watervliet, N. Y.; he is attorney 
and counsel for The Globe Wernicke Co., New York City. Ch : 
(2534) Harry 0.,^'^ b. Troy, Jan. 6, 1899. (2535) Horace Ber- 
tram,^ b. Troy, June 22, 1872 ; m. Florence B. Buss of Cohoes, 
N. Y. 

2536 Lauren,^ b. Aug. 20, 1842; d. June 16, 1844. 

2537 Milo Horace,^ b. June 20, 1847; m. Nov. 14, 1871, Louisa J., 

daughter of Ephraim and Elmira (Hicks) Northup, b. Gran- 
ville, July 27, 1847 ; he is a carriage maker at North Granville, 
N. Y. Ch : (2538) Addie Louise, '■• b. Mar. 31. 1873; (2539) 
INIilo Lawrence, 9 b. Sept. 5, 1874; (2541) Albert J., ^b. Sept. 12, 
1881. 

2542 George Franklin,^ b. Nov. 26, 1848 ; m. L'tica, N. Y., Jan. 8, 1872, 
Mattie A., daughter of Byron and Sarah I. (Everst) Murray, b. 
Yergennes, Yt., May 2, 1852; he was a hardware merchant at 
St. Paul, Minn., now retired, res. Hartford, N. Y. Ch : (2543) 
Edward,'' b. Troy, Dec. 3, 1872; d. Sept. 5, 1873; (2544) Mabel 
Lulu,9 b. Albanv, N. Y, Apr. 3, 1884 ; (2545) Ethel Murray.^ b. 
St. Paul, Dec. 4", 1886. 

2546 Lucina lone,^ b. P'eb. 14, 1852; d. Nov. 7, 1879; m. Russell J. 
Collins, res. Whitehall, N. Y. Ch : (i) Benjamin Franklin, 
b. June 7, 1871. 

1319 

ZiMRi Ing.vlls," ( Caleb,^ Edmund,^ Edmund,^ Edmund,^ 
Johji,'- Ed?mmd^), son of Caleb and Hannah (Taft) Ingalls, born 
May 17, 1802; married Patty Sprague, born Oct. 4, 1804; 
died Oct. 25, 1882. He was one of the earliest settlers of Con- 
cord, Erie Co., N. Y., buying one hundred acres of the Holland 
Co. He died Springville, Mar. 27, 1872. 



- POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 143 

Children : 

2547 Ann,* b. July 26, 1833; d. Dtc. 26, 1894; m. Edwin Smith. No 

children. 

2548 David vSprague,'* d. Springville, Feb. 8, 1893; u. m. ; he left an 

estate valued at fSco.coo, which he willed to religious and 
charitable institutions ; ^200,000 to Board of Baptist Home Mis- 
sions, ^150,000 to Board of Foreign Missions, I50, 000 to Board of 
Relief. The sisters brought suit and after one of the greatest 
contests of this kind, with a trial lasting six weeks, they ob- 
tained a verdict of 1175,000. In his life-time he erected a sol- 
diers' monument at Springville, costing l^ioo.coo, and provided 
in his will for one to his own memory costing |io,ooo. 

2549 Helen, s b. July 28, 1834; m. Oct. i, 1868, Rev. Smith Williams, a 

grad. of Middleton, Conn. University. Ch : (i) Liila Helen; 
m. J. W. Chaddock of Allegan, Mich.' 

2550 Hannah,^ b. Jan. 10, 1831 ; d. Jan. 8, 1897. 

1332 

BoRELLii Taft Darwin Ingalls,' ( Calcb,^' Ed7nund,^ Ed- 
mund,'^ Edmund,^ Jolin," Edmund^), son of Caleb and Hannah 
(Taft) Ingalls, born Richfield, Otsego Co., N. Y., Sept. 3, 1813; 
married, first, Emily Freeman, married, second, Jan. i, 1848, 
Zenana Vosburgh. He was a farmer at Richfield. 

Children by Emily Freeman : 

2551 Henry F.,^ b. June 29, 1835; m. Harriet Crippen. Ch : (2552) 

Frank ^. 

2553 Deloss D.,^ b. Jan. 29, 1837 ; m. Elizabeth, E3"bret of Exeter, N.Y. 

2554 George W.,^ b. Apr. 2, 1840. 

2555 Frances N.,^ b. July 7, 1842; m. Robert G. Dalphin, a hop buyer 

at Norwich, N.Y. Ch : {1) George; {2) Ferrival \ (3) Edith; 
(4) Maijorie. 

2556 Daniel D.,^ b. Sept. 7, 1844; d. ; m. Barburv Walker. She 

res. East Saliua, N. Y. Ch : (2557) Emily »;'( 2558) Graced 
(2559) Henry 9. 

Child by Zenana Vosburgh : 

2560 Eugene Borellii,^ b. Dec. 15, 1852; m. Feb. 6, 1878 Sarah L., 
daughter of William and Elizabeth (Crippen) Hull, ; b. Apr. 12, 
1847; he is a veterinarian and Justice of the Peace at Mohawk, 
N. Y. No children. 

1380 

Enoch Ingalls," { Jacob, ^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Edm^ind,^ John,^ 
Edmund^), son of Jacob and Susannah (Goff) Ingalls, born Nor- 
ton Hill, N. Y., June 9, 1794; married Nov. 11, 1819, Nancy, 
daughter of James Bi.shop. She was born Hemlock, N. Y., 
June 8, 1798; died Walworth, Wis., Oct. 27, 1889. He moved 
to Wisconsin in 1850, and died there April 25, 1872. 



144 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children born Westerlo, last two born Greenville, N. Y. 

2561 Alfred,^ b. Dec. 12, 1820; d. Walworth, Aug. i, 1900; n. m. He 
enlisted in 1864 and served until Lee's surrender at which he 
was present; was a large farmer at Windom, Minn., until 1893, 
then moved to Linn, Wis. 

+2562 Silas, ^ b. Apr. 12, 1823 ; m. Helen Snell. 

-i-2563 Harvey,^ b. May 28, 1827 ; m. Huldah Rugg. 

2564 Lovina,^ b. June 5, 1829; m. Mar. 22, 1855, Peter S. Cooper of 

Onondaga Co., N. Y. ; moved to Fontana, Wis. Ch : (i) Peter 
S. (Cooper), b. Mar. 8, 1856; d. y. ; (2) George S. (Cooper), b. 
Dec. 8, 1858, lives Canada ; (3) Charles (Cooper), b. Oct. 23, 
1859; m. Dec. I, 1887, Eunice C. Fish; he is a farmer at Wal- 
worth. Ch : (I) EtheIv (Cooper), b. June 15, 1889 ; d. y. ; (II) 
Grace Bernice (Cooper), b. Mar. 14, 1891 ; (III) Dorothy Bea- 
trice (Cooper), b., Feb. 17, 1894. (4) Harvey (Cooper), b. 
Dec. 29, i860; m. 1st, June 10, 1886, Mary Riley, 2d, Sept. 25, 
1888, Eva Wilkinson ; is a blacksmith and res. Romona, Cal. 
Ch: (I) Ada, b. 1887; (II) Clifford, b. 1892; (III) Mary, b. 
Sept. 16, 1893. 

2565 Nanc}' Jane,^ b. Oct. 10, 1831 ; m. 1856, John Bailev of England. 

Ch : {I) Joseph, b. June 8, 1859; (2) Albert, b. De'c. 15, i860; (3) 
Adelaide, b. 1866; (4) Caroline, b. Oct. 31, 1870. 

2566 Jacob James, ^ b. May 20, 1835 ; res. Cal. 

2567 Cyrus, ^ b. Sept. 16, 1844; d. Feb. 7, 1900; m. Jan. 5, 1874, Rachel 

Bailc}' ; he was a farmer at Linn, near Lake Geneva, Wis. Ch : 
(2568) Herman H.,9b. .\ug. 29, 1874; (2569) Alice, » b. 1S76; d. 
1883; (2570) Minnie, ** b. June 2, 1878; (2571) Albert Cvrus,^ b. 
July 17, 1881; (2572) Lulu, 8 d. V. ; (2573) Nina Bell,^ b.'Mar. 11, 
1885; (2574) Joseph B.,9b. .lug'. 14, 1887. 



1381 

Henry Ingalls,' {Jacob,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ Edmund^ John^ 
Ed^nund^), son of Jacob and Susannah (Goff) Ingalls, born 
Westerlo, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1795; married Nov\ 26, 1818, Hul- 
dah, daughter of William and Hannah Gordon. She was born 
July 9, 1798; died Feb. 15, 1870. He was a farmer at Norton 
Hill, and died there Apr. 2, 1859. 

Children, born Norton Hill : 

2575 Susan, ^ b. Aug. 23, 1819; d. Nov. 12, 1883; m. Oct. 20, 1842, Jere- 

miah Goff, a farmer at Norton Hill, b. Apr. 14, 1815; d. 
Mar. 4, 1876. Ch: (i) Huldah Augusta (Goff), b. June 23, 
1852; d. 1885; m. Oct. 31, 1866, Theodore Cronley of Green- 
ville. N. Y. Ch : (I) SrsiE E. (Cronley), b. July 11, 1872. (2) 
William {Goii),h. Aug. 25, 1852; d. Feb. 28, 1876; {2,) Henry 
(Goff), b. Aug. 23, 1852; d. Nov. 3, 1901 ; m. Carrie Ingalls. 

2576 Marj',^ b. Dec. 6, 1821 ; m. Oct. 25, 1841, Bradford, son of Anson 

P. and Abigail (Pierce) Wright; he was a farmer at Wright, 
St. Greene Co., N. Y., d. Aug. 1902. Ch : (i) Henry (Wright), 
• ' b. June 9, 1844 ; m. Nov. 20, 1869, Julia Clark, res. Philadel- 

phia ; (2) Avesta (Wright), b. Dec. 1849; m. Nov. 29, 1866, 
Charles Green. Ch : (I) Omer (Green) ; (II) Elnora (Green) ; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 1-15 

(III) EivNORA (Green); (IV) Herbert (Green). (3) Ellen 
(Wright), b. July 21, 1858; (4) Lucius I. (Wright), b. Jan. 3, 
1861 ; m. Jessie Andrews, res. Atlantic City, N. J. 
+2577 Lucius,^ b. Oct. 8, 1827 ; m. Henrietta Wright. 



1383 

John Ingalls," {Jacob,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Edmund,^ John, '^ Ed- 
vmnd^), son of Jacob and Susannah (Goff) Ingalls, born Wes- 
terlo, N. Y., March 18, 1798; married, first, Apr. 10, 1823, 
Fanny Scofield, married, second, Aug. 30, 1834, Rachel, 
daughter of William Payne. She died Mar. 4, 1870. He was 
a farmer at Westerlo, and died there Mar. 22, 1871. 

Children by Fanny Scofield : 

2578 George Washington,^ b. Mar. 14, 1824; m. Sarah AyerS ; he d. 

1866, in Missouri while travelling to locate lands. 

2579 Sarah E.,^ b. Aug. 31, 1826; d. Aug. 1894; n. m. 

2580 Edwin Davis,* b. Feb. i, 1831 ; m. ; res. Cal. No children. 

Child by Rachel Payne. 

2581 Anna,* b. Oct. 26, 1835; m. Sept. 25, 1855, William Gordon, b. 

Westerlo, Oct. 17, 1831 ; he was a successful teacher at Mullica 
Hill, N. J., a zealous worker in the temperance and anti- 
slavery causes ; on account of ill health went to superintend at 
Cranberry tract, and finall}- went to Athens, N. Y., and en- 
gaged in the grocery business, where he died Aug. 21, 1873; 
she has been president of the W. C. T. U. for many years, and 
res. at Athens. Ch : (i) Dora (Gordon), b. Aug. 2, 1856; m. 
June 24, 1878, Jeremiah Brooks, now a wholesale grocer at 
Athens, and also engaged in other enterprises. Ch : (I) Edna 
Dunn (Brooks), b. Nov. 20, 1879; (II) Warren Atkinson 
(Brooks), b. Jan. 3, 1881, bookkeeper at Pittsburg, Pa.; (Ill) 
Mary Ingalls (Brooks), b. May 15, 1882 ; (IV) Jerrene 
(Brooks), b. June 17, 1886; (V) Anna Gordon (Brooks), b 
Dec. 5, 1887; d. Sept. 8, 1888. (2) Wilmer Ingalls (Gordon), 
b. Feb. 14, i860; grad. M. D. Albany Medical College, 1887; 
settled at Copake, N. Y., nine years, then at Cleveland, O.; is- 
president and medical director of Cleveland School of Sugges- 
tive Therapeutics ; editor of Suggestive New Thought ; author 
of several works on Osteopathv and suggestive treatment ; res. 
Cleveland; has son Wilmer L,Jr.,b. Sept. 26, 1888; (3) Ida 
(Gordon), b. Mar. 23, 1864; m. 1889, Charles, son of William 
B. and Catherine (Magee) Timmerman, b. Feb. 16, 1863; is a 
coal and ice dealer at Westerleigh, Staten Island, N. Y. Ch : 
(I) Leila Ingalls (Timmerman), b. Feb. 24, 1896. (4) George 
E. (Gordon), b. Apr. 25, 1866; d. Oct. 24, 1901 ; (5) Linda 
(Gordon), b. Aug. 6, 1870. 



1^6 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1384 

Truman Ingalls," {Jacob,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,* Edmund,^ John, - 
Ednijcnd^), son of Jacob and Susannah (Goff) Ingalls, born Nor- 
ton Hill, N. Y., Feb. 4, 1801 ; married Abigail, daughter of 
John and Sarah (Northup) Cowell of So. Westerlo, X. Y. She 
was born June 15, 1804 ; died Oct. 7, 1867. He was a farmer at 
Norton Hill, an influential man in the town, holding the office 
of Justice of the Peace, and an officer in the Farmer's Mutual 
Insurance Company which he founded. 

Children, born Norton Hill. 

2582 Leander,^ b. Sept. 27, 1823; m. Oct. 13. 1846, Mar}-, daughter of 
Stephen F. and Rebecca (De La Mater) Cherrytree, d. Oct. 22, 
1893 ; he was a farmer at Norton Hill and died May 21, 1880. 
Ch: (2583) Frances E.,-' b. Apr. 2, 1849, res. Norton Hill. 
2584 Lucinda,* b. Jan. 25, 1826; d. May 26, 1896; m. Mar. 11, 1846, 
Lorenzo, son of Jacob and Sally (Thorn) Hunt, b. Mar. 8, 1825; 
he is a farmer at Norton Hill. Ch : 
(i) AlonzoJ., b. July i, 1848; m. ist, Oct. 26, 1869, Augusta, 
daughter of Alanson and Louisa ( De La Mater) Brj-ant, d. 
July 24, 1879; m. 2d, May 17, 1881, Susan Mary, daughter 
of Simeon H. and Catharine A. (Bagley) Guild; he is a 
farmer at Norton Hill. Ch : (I) Horace, b. Feb. 22, 
1873; m. Oct. 26, 1893, Ida May, daughter of John and 
Sabina (Bishop) Cunningham; he is a farmer at Norton 
Hill. Ch : (A) John Clifford, b. June 26, 1894. (II) Fred- 
erick Lorenzo, b. Aug. 13, 1875, grad. Philadelphia Uni- 
versity, D. M. D., and is a dentist at Asheville, N. C; (III) 
Bessie G., b. Oct. 11, 1882; m. Sept. 15, 1901, Addison, 
son of James and Ellen (Burnett) Sisson, b. 1874, and is a 
farmer at Norton Hill; (IV) Chari.otte Elizabeth, b. 
Feb. 26, 1884; d. Dec. 11, 1892. 
(2) Antoineti, b. Nov. 22, 1853; m. Feb. 27, 1872, John W.. son 
of Wilkinson and Rachel (Southard) Gardner, b. Sept. 9, 
1842 ; he was a merchant, now retired, res. Norton Hill. 
Ch: (I) Gertrude Hunt (Gardner), b. Apr. 3, 1874; m. 
Oct. II, 1893, Peter R., son of Wheeler and Delia A. (Roe) 
Stevens of Woodstock, he is a merchant at Norton Hill. 
Ch: (A) Perry Gardner (Stevens), b. July 5, 1897; (B) 
Donald Wheeler (Stevens), b. Oct. 31, 1900. (II) Wil- 
liam Williamson (Gardner), b. Feb. 13, 1879; in U.S.N, 
at Manilla; (III) Lorenzo Hunt (Gardner), b. Aug. 29, 
1880, res. Philadelphia; (IV) Harrison Ing.\lls (Gard- 
ner), b. Oct. 14, 1883; (V) Vera Antoinett (Gardner), 
b. Apr. 9, 1893. 
2585 Eleanor,^ b. Nov. 20, 1828 ; m. Mar. 30, 1847, Addison, 6on of 
John and Sally (Martin) Winegard, b. Green^nlle, June i, 1826, 
was a farmer, now retired, res. Prohibition Park, vStaten Island. 
Ch: (i) Haiiie, b. Feb. 7, 1862; m. Oct. 16, 1878, John P. 
Winans of Oak Hill, N. Y., b. June 2, 185 1, he is an architect 
and builder at West New Brighton, N. Y. Ch : (I) Addie 
(Winans), b. Mar. 26, 1880; (II) Ray (Winans), b. Dec. 4, 
1884 ; (III) ScoTT (Winans), b. June 15, 1888. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 147 

2586 Diantha,* b, Juue 19, 1832; m. Nov. i, 1853, Zoeth Smith, b. 

June 2s, 1832 ; d. Feb. 18, 1879, he was a farmer at Cornwall- 
ville, N. Y. Ch: 
(i) Lafayette (Smith), b. Aug. 14, 1854; d. June 29, 1856. 

(2) Fletcher {^va.\\.\i), b. Apr. i6, 1856 ; m. Oct. 19, 1880, Charlotte 

E. Palmer, b. Apr. 2, 1859 ! ^^ ^^^^ ^ farmer and merchant 
at Norton Hill, now proprietor of The Royal Knitting 
Mills at Amsterdam, N. Y. Ch : (I) Leona Esthlla 
(Smith), b. Dec. 2, 1882; (II) Clarissa Hi'XEn (Smith), 
b. Nov. 27, 1886; (III) Beatrice Diantha (Smith), b. 
Aug. 5, 1895. 

(3) 7>;<ma« /«^a/A (Smith), b. July 4, 1858; m. Dec. 19,1883, 

Marion Borthwick, b. Dec. 1855; he is a merchant at 
Cornwallville. Ch : (I) Fi^orence Marie (Smith), b. 
Feb. 22, 1896. 

(4) Edith Abigail (Smith) b. Aug. 14, 1863 ; grad. State Normal 

School, Newpaltz, N. Y. Deaconess Home, New York 
City. 

(5) Bertha (Smith), b. Jan. 8, 1867; m. Dec. 17, 1890, Gideon 

Palmer, b. May 9, 1868, is a farmer at Cornwallville. 
Ch : (I) Jennie Ceeicia (Palmer), b. Oct. 29, 1891 ; (II) 
Celia Diantha (Palmer), b. Nov. 26, 1893; (III) 
Feetcher Smith (Palmer), b. Feb. 2, 1896; (IV) Peari. 
Edith (Palmer), b. Apr. 6, 1898. 

(6) Addison Zoeth (Smith), b. Sept. 21, 1869; m. Apr. 20, 1897, 

Sarah Chase, b. Albany, Mar. 20, 1875 ! he is a merchant at 
Cornwallville. Ch: (I) Alice Louise (Smith), b. Jan. 
29, 1898. 

(7) Scott Lafayette (Smith), b. Nov. 12, 1872; d. Amsterdam, 

Sept. 13, 1901. 

2587 Joseph Truman,* b. Jan. 19, 1834; m. Oct. 29, 1856, Samantha E., 

daughter of Calvin and Mary A. (Potter) Richardson of So. Dur- 
ham, b. Potters' Hollow, Sept. 18, 1836 ; he is a retired farmer 
at Norton Hill. Ch : 

(2588) Carrie, 9 b. July 28, 1858; m. Oct. 11, 1876, Henry, son of 

Jeremiah and Susan (Ingalls) Goff, b. Aug. 23, 1852; he 
is a farmer and village chorister at Norton Hill, d. Nov. 
3, 1901. Ch : (i) Edna Samantha (Goff), b. Dec. 24, 1878 ; 
d. Feb. 8, 1902; m. June 12, 1895, Lavern M. Smith, b. 
Sept. 26, 1867 ; he is a machinist at Norton Hill. Ch : 
(I) Marguerite Ingaees (Smith), b. Oct. 30, 1896; (II) 
Ariel (Smith), b. Jan. 2, 1899. (2) Leslie htgalls (Goff), 
b. June 29, 1881 ; m. Oct. 8, 1902, Margaret Moore, daughter 
of Almeron and Lucy (Howard) Moore of Norton Hill; 
he is a carpenter at Staten Island ; (3) Jerry William 
(Goff), b. Norton Hill, Sept. 18, 1887; l^) Joseph Tttunan 
(Goff), b. Norton Hill, June 21, 1890; (5) Eleanor Kath- 
arine Avery (Goff), b. Norton Hill, Sept. 25, 1895 ; (6) 
Lends Henry (Goff), b. Norton Hill, June 25, 1897 ; d. 
Oct. 25, 1901. 

(2589) Lillian,-' b. Jan. 13, 1862; m. Nov. i, 1S82, Isaac, son of 

Isaac and Phebe A. (Edgett) Verplank, b. July 12, 1854, is 
a dealer in agricultural implements at Norton Hill. Ch : 
{Y^Mary <r/?<75^ (Verplank), b. Sept. 25, 1883 ; m. Albert E. 
Bell, b. Oct. 27, 1878, a farmer at Norton Hill. Ch : (I) 
Harold Isaac (Bell), b. Dec. 22, 1899. (2) Grace Lillian 
b. Nov. 7, 1899 ; (3) John Isaac, b. Nov. i, 1901. 
-I-2590 Ransom Benjamin,* b. Feb. 3, 1836; m. Adaline Losee. 

2591 William Henry Harrison,* b. Mar. 17, 1841 ; m. Dec. 31, 1863, 



148 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Loretta, daughter of James, Jr., and Celicia P. (Sammiss) 
Bishop, b. So. Westerlo, Oct. lo, 1841. He enlisted Nov. 22, 
1861, in Compau}' D, 91st N. Y. Vols., and on account of 
wounds received at Port Hudson, June 14, 1863, was discharged 
Aug. 14, 1863 ; he is now a farmer and prominent member of 
the M. H. church at Norton Hill. Ch : 

(2592) Eva,^ b. Mar. 28, 1872; m. Nov. 24, 1892, James G., son of 

Er\nn and Mary R. (Rowe) Bell of Meduca ; he is a 
butcher at Lamb's Corners. 

(2593) Stella,^ b. Apr. 14, 1874; m. May 11, 1892, Orville, son of 

John W. and Freelove (Knowles) Mabie ; he is a farmer at 
Norton Hill. Ch : (^\) Meiritt John (Mabie), b. June 22, 
1896 ; (2) Leon Orville (Mabie), b. June 7, 1898. 

(2594) Florence,^ b. May 28, 1879; she is a school teacher and has 

contributed most of the material for her branch of the 
family. 



1385 

Cyrus Ingalls," {Jacob, ^ JoscpJi,^ Joseph * Edjmoid,^ John^' Ed- 
mund'^), son of Jacob and Susannah (Goff) Ingalls, born May 
12, 1802; married, April, 1822, Hannah Griffin. She died 
July 30, 1 88 1. He was a farmer at So. Westerlo, N. Y., and 
died there Oct. 4, 1839. 

Children, born So. Westerlo. 

2595 Lozina,^ b. Aug. 25, 1822; d. July 8, 1880; m. Nov. 11, 1840, Jus- 
tice, son of Amile and Nancj' (Eliott) Mabey, b. July 6, 1817; 
d. Aug. 27, 1864 ; was a farmer at Westerlo, N. Y. Ch : (i) Cy- 
rus, b. Feb. 2, 1842; d. y.\ (2) Augusta, b. Apr. i, 1843; ™- 
Oct. 18, 1871, Sylvester W., son of William and Hannah (Par- 
sons) Maynard, b. Nov. 28, 1829; d. Aug. 8, 1883; she is a 
school teacher at So. Westerlo. Ch : (I) Elmer William 
Maynard, b. Aug. 4, 1872 ; m. Feb. 22, 1898, Marguerite Han- 
ley; he is a post office clerk at Kingston, N. Y. Ch : (A) 
Mary D. R. (Maynard), b. Mar. i, 1890. 
+2596 Thaddeus W.,^b. Apr. 15, 1827; m. Syhna A. Lockwood. 

2597 Leonard,* b. Feb. 5, 183 1 ; m. 1854, Elizabeth, daughter of Jere- 
miah and Eliza (Lockwood) Rundell, b. Feb. 13, 1835; d. 
Mays, 1897; he was a farmer, d. Feb. 13, 1886. Ch : (2598) 
Frank, ^ b. Oct. 1864; m. Dec. 4, 1884, Jennie A., daughter of 
Jared and Maria (Showen) Reynolds, b. June 29, 1866; he lives 
at Albany, N. Y. Ch : (2599) Leonard D.." b. Sept. 8, 1885; 
(2600) Jared, w b. Oct. 16, 1887; d. ; (2601) Stanley L.,i"b. 

Jan. 22, 1890; (2602) Frances, 1"^ b. May, 1891 ; d. '; (2603) 

Myra,i° b. Aug. i, 1897. (2604) Lorenzo^; (2605) Clara, ^ res. 
Hudson, N. Y. 

2606 Amelia Mariah,^ b. Nov. 10, 1833; m. Dec. 10, 1851, Lorenzo D., 
son of Jeremiah and Eliza (Lockwood) Rundell, b. July 20, 
1829. Is a farmer at So. Westerlo. Ch : (i) Eliza (Rundell), 
b. Dec. 13, 1853 ; m. Nov. 14, 1877, Perry, son of Isaac and 
Julia A. (Perry) Vaukenburg, b. Oct. 11, 1851 ; d. June 28, 1895. 
No children. (2) Ella Amelia (Rundell), b. June 29, i860; d. 
1902. 








JOSHl A KING IXGALUS. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 149 

1437 

Joshua King Ingalls," {Elkanah,^ Elkanah,^ Joseph,'' Ed- 
7mi7id,^ JoJm^^ Edmund^), son of Elkanah and Polly (Haskell) 
Ingalls, born Swansea, Mass., July 21, 1816; married, first, 
Oct. 29, 1837, Amanda, daughter of Elijah and Eydia (Jones) 
Gray. She was born Bristol, R. I., Dec. 23, 1819; died Ells- 
worth, Kan., Jan., 1879. At the age of fifteen he sought em- 
ployment in Providence, and soon w^as apprenticed to learn the 
trade of sheet metal worker. His evenings w^ere devoted to 
study and he became an original thinker in religious, social, in- 
dustrial, and economic questions, and a ready debater, logical 
and convincing. Having at this time made the acquaintance of 
John B. Gough, he became interested in the temperance cause, 
and always maintained his stand on the question by precept 
and example. He took up the study of theology and became a 
preacher in the Unitarian church, holding pastorates at South- 
hold, N. Y., Southington and Danbury, Conn. His voice fail- 
ing, he engaged in the manufacturing business in New York 
City, identifying himself with the land reform movement was a 
delegate to the Industrial Congress at Philadelphia in 1848, and 
soon after became editor and publisher of "The Landmark." 
Much of his time w^as given to lecturing throughout New York 
State. He published many books, among them, "Social 
Wealth," "Economic Equities," " Eand and Labor, " "Work 
and Wealth." He was a remarkable man, and the best proof 
can be gained by perusal of a book of two hundred pages that 
he published at Elmira in 1897, called " Reminisciences of an 
Octogenarian in the Fields of Industrial and Social Reforms." 
He retired to his country home at Glenora, N. Y., and died 
Mar. 3. 1899. 

Children : 

2607 Louisa A.,^ b. Southold, May i, 1841 ; m. Jacob Mead, and res. 

at Guayanilla, Porto Rico. 

2608 Charles II.,** b. Southold, Mar. 17, 1843; m. Sept. 2, 1868, Annie 

Eliza, daughter of John and Catherine (Squires) Daniels, b. 
Port Richmond, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1847 ; he worked in his father's 
shop in N. Y., then spent two years learning to draw on wood 
for wood engraving, went to Ohio with his father and worked 
on a farm three years and came back to N. Y., took a position 
with the Metropolitan Bank, remaining until its failure in 
1884. In January, 1886, he organized the First National Bank 
of Staten Island, and is now its president, living at New Brigh- 
ton. Ch: (2609) Charles Arthur, ^ b. Sept. 25, 1870; m. Mar. 



150 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

I, 1898, Irene Elizabeth, davighter of David M. and Sarah Van 
Name of IVIariner's Harbor, N. Y. 

2610 William R.,** b. Southington, July 14, 1845; d. Oct. 3. 1902; m. 
1872, Rebecca Sodeu of Mattawan, N. J. Ch : (2611) Amanda 
Gray"; (2612) Ida L.,'-* m. Waitt ; (2613) Annie Rebecca, * 

m. Alfred Holznagle ; (2614) Harry Russell ". 

2615 Harry Jones,* b. Marietta, O., Sept. 24, 1859; m. ; res. Red 

Bank, N. J. 

1519 

Samuel Ingalls," {Stephen,^ Stephen,^ Sa7n7iel * Edvi2ind,^ 
Jolm^'^ Edniimd^) , son of Stephen and Rebecca (Wood) Ingalls, 
born Cheshire, Mass., May 2, 1804; married, first, July 7, 1830, 
Jane Maria Wells, married second, Feb. 20, 1839, Lydia 
Maria Halstead. He was a school teacher at Cheshire. 
Moved to North Adams and bought a woolen mill, and was en- 
gaged in this business until his death, Ma}' 25, 1863, 

Children b}' Jane Wells : 

2616 Rodman Henr)',* b. Nov. 19, 1832 ; d. Lancaster, N. H. 1901 ; 

n. m. 

2617 Elisha Wells, ^ b. Oct. 30, 1834; m. ist, ; 2d, Charlotte 

Maria, daughter of Lemuel and Maria A. (Brown) Holton. He 
is a commission broker at Boston, Mass. Ch : (2618; Wells 
Holton,^ b. May 27, 1893. 

2619 George Samuel,* b. May 6, 1837; m. Harriet Bullock, res. Win- 

chester, Mass. No children. 

Children by I^ydia M. Halstead : 

2620 Charles Halstead,* b. May 7, 1844; d. Jan. 12, 1892 ; m. 1st, Anna 

Blakiston; 2d, Sarah Martin. Ch : (2621) Carrie,^ b. 1863; m. 
Oliver Chapman Gardner. 
2622 Stephen Warren,* b. Mar. 19, 1852; m. Concord, N. H., June 5, 
1878, Margaret Abbott, daughter of Ex-Governor Onslow and 
Mary A. (Holbrook) Stearns, b. Jan. 21, 1855 ; he is engaged in 
the woolen business and is president of the Schagticoke Mills 
Co., living at Schagticoke, N. Y. Ch : (2623) Stearns,^ b. June 

II, 1879; employed with his father; (2624) Mary,^ b. Aug. 20, 
1880. 

1564 

Ferdinand Ingalls," {Eb€7iezer,^ Stephen,^ Samuel ^ Ed- 
mund,^ John ^^ Edmund'^) ^ son of Ebenezer and Ruth (Griggs) 
Ingalls, born Middlefield, Otsego Co., N. Y., Aug. 30, 1806; 
married L,ucy, daughter of James and Dorothj' Parshall. She 
was born Aug. 22, 1806 ; died July 12, 1884. He was a printer 
and then a farmer at Grant Creek, Delaware Co., N. Y., and 
died Oct. 12, 1893. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 151 

Children : 

2625 Mary Ann D.,^b. Feb. 28, 1830; d. Aug. 3, 1869; m. Orlando 

Jones of Middlefield, had ten children. 

2626 Tampson P-.'^b. Oct. 30, 1835; d. Feb. 9, 1890; m. Adriel Dego. 

Ch : (i) Emily ; tn. William Burrows of Trout Creek, N. Y. 
-f-2627 Ralph Walby,^ b. Sept. 20, 1835 ; m. Jane Buel. 

2628 James Parshall,®b. May 13, 1839; d. Mar. 16, 1899; m. ist, Adeline 
Southworth, d. Sept. 20, 1893; m. 2d, Feb. Feb. 20, 1895, Me- 
lissa W. Simpson ; he was a farmer at Tacoma, N. Y., had two 
girls and six boys. 

2637 Israel Parshall,* b. Oct. 18, 1841 ; d. 1844. 

2638 William Ebenezer,^ b. Nov. 3, 1843 ; m. Dec. 31, 1863, Cordelia, 

daughter of Ira and Laura (Windsor) Woodstock of Hartwick, 
N. Y., b. Nov. 27, 1842 ; he is a cabinet maker at Cooperstown, 
N. Y. Ch : (2639) Luvern L.,'-* b. Dec. 17, 1864; m. Feb. 24, 
1885, Jennie M., daughter of Dennison and Susan (Bell) Clark, 
b. May 26, 1865 ; he lives at Cooperstown. Ch : (2640) Mildred 
C.,1'5 b. Apr. 25, 1893. 
2641 Ruth Ann,* b. July 24, 1849; m. ist, Dec. 13, 1871, Jason Mason, 
d. Sept. 21, 1875; m. 2d, Orrin G. Cleveland; he is an exten- 
sive farmer at Kortright, N. Y. Ch : (i) Silas F., b. Sept. i6, 
1880; (2) Grover A., b. Sept. 4, 1883; d. July 3, 1896 ; (3) Orrin 
J., b. Apr. II, 1888; d. May i, 1890; (4) Sarah M., b. Aug. 8, 



1893. 



1568 



Ebenezer Ingalls,' {Ebenezer,^ Timothy,^ Samuel,^ Sam- 
uel,^ Henry, ^ Edmund^), son of Ebenezer and Mary (Lougee) 
Ingalls, born Bridgewater, N. H., Aug. 31, 1772; married Pol- 
ly Harris. He moved from Bridgewater to Whitehall, N. Y., 
about 18 1 2, and died there Oct. 7, 1849. 

Children, born Bridgewater : 

2642 Susan, ^ b. Dec. 20, 1793 ; d. Gran\nlle, N. Y., m. Oct. 4, 18x5, Jo- 
seph Stark, d. Oct. 30, 1844. Ch: (i) Ebenezer, b. Nov. 3, 
1821; d. Feb. 8, 1879; (2) Sylvester, d. Feb. 5, 1854; (3) Mary 
Ann, m. J. Spofford of Wis. ; (4) Roxanna, m. Samuel Orcutt 
of Hartford, N. Y. ; (^)Jane, m. Nelson Guilder of Slyboro, 
N. Y. ; {6) Julia, m. Cornell Warner of Granville ; (7) Caroline, 
m. Orson Carpenter; (8) Asneth, n. m. ; (9) Riith, m. 2d, 
Warner. 
-I-2643 John Lougee,^ b. Feb. 9, 1795 5 ™- Roxanna Wetherbee. 

2644 Samuel Harris, * b. Nov. i, 1797; d. Crown Point. 

2645 Joseph, s b. Nov. 7, 1799; d. Crown Point. 

2646 Benjamin, 8 b. Nov. 7, 1799; moved to St. Lawrence Co. 

2647 Ebenezer,* b. Aug. 17, 1801 ; d. Whitehall, 1875 ; m. Mary Green. 

Ch: 

(2648) George Washington,'-* b. June 15, 1826; he is a horse driver 

and trainer at Sandy Hill, N. Y. ; n. m. 

(2649) John Wesley,^ b. June 15, 1826; m. Emeline S. Hopkins, 

lived New York City. Ch : (2650) George, ^'^ res. Crown 
Point; (2651) Frederick Henry,!" b. Sept. 14,1857; is a 
druggist at Crown Point ; (2652) John,i'' d. ; (2653) 

Emeline,!'^ m. Chittenden, res. Hopkinton, N. Y, 



152 INGALLvS GENEALOGY. 

(2654) Mary l-Uizabeth.^ m. Geo. H. Buel, res. Ticonderoga. 
2655 Polly.^b. May 25, 1803. 
-1-2656 Hibbard,« b. Jan. 13, 1805; m. ist, Eliza M. Sprague, 2d, Sarah 
Dudley. 
2657 Nathan,'* b. Nov. 25, 1806; d. Crown Point; m. Dudley. Ch : 

(2658) Forest,'-' d. 1855, leaving (2659) Maude, i" ; (2660) Dayton i". 

(2661) Lovette,* m. James Taft. 

(2662) Sarah, ^ m. Valentine Locke. 

(2663) Antoinette,^ d. ; n. m. 

2664 Judah,» b. Aug. 26, 1808; m. Cuinmings. 

2665 Tanison,"^ b. Mar. 6, 1810 ; m. Cheney, moved to Iowa. 

2666 Harris, >* b. Dec. 11, 1812; m. Lamson, and res. Springfield, 

Mass. 



1569 

GiLMAN Ingalls," {Ebeiuzcr,^' Thnothy,^ Saimcel,^ Samuel^ 
John, ^ Edmund^), son of Ebenezer and Mary (Lougee) Ingalls, 
born Bridgewater, N. H., Feb. 4, 1775; married Abigail Em- 
ERSON. She was born Apr. 18, 1778; died Oct. 9, i860. He 
was a farmer ; went to Alexandria about 18 15, thence to Bristol, 
N. H., where he died about 1852. 

Children : 

+2667 Gilman,^ b. Jan. 29, 1798; m. Sally Roberts. 

2668 Abigail,-" b. Nov. 3, 1799. 

-I-2669 Josiah Emerson,** b. Sept. 6, 1802 ; m. Dorothy Sanborn. 

2670 Lydia,^ b. Jan. 28, 1804. 

2671 Phebe.s b. Feb. 8, 1806. 

2672 Mary Jane,» b. July 18, 1807. 

2673 Harvey Nichols,** b. New Hampton, Oct. i. 1808; m. Sept. 30, 

1831, Sarah Weeks of Sanbornton, N. H., b. Oct. 10, 1811 ; d. 

Jan. 10, 1865 ; he was a farmer at Bristol. Ch : 

(2674) Horace Sanborn,'' b. Aug. 27, 1833; d. Dec. 18, 1864; m. 

Nov. 23, i860, Sarah Abbie Hill of Stanstead, P. Q. ; he 

was a needle maker. Ch : (2675) Horace Kendrick.io b. 

1861 ; d. y. 

(2676) Amanda Melvina,^ b. July 4, 1836; m. Alphonso Crosby, b. 

Albion, Me., 1824; d. Franklin, N. H., Nov. 26, 1895. 

(2677) Hiram Burleigh,^ b. Dec. 29, 1840; d. May 7, 1882; m., 

Sept. 8, i860, Helen Carlton of Franklin ; he was an 
artist. Ch: (2678) Martha Ann,i" b. Aug. 28, 1861 ; m., 
Oct. 2, 1881, Frank Oliver George of Barnstead. 

(2679) Helen Ann,-' b. Jan. 14, 1843 ; d. Nov. 26, i860. 

(2680) Marcia Elmera,-' b. Jan. 20, 1849; d. Feb. 14, 1871. 

2681 Timothy,** b. Jan. 19, 1810. 

2682 Luther, 8 b. Nov. 13, 1815. 

2683 George Washington,* b. Aug. 7, 1817. 

2684 Nancy B.,s b. Oct. 25, 1819. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALIvS, OF LYNN. 153 

1574 

James IngalLvS,' {Jonathan,^ Timothy,^ Saviuel* Sa7H7iel,^ 

Hemy,^ Edmund^), son of Jonathan and Martha J. (Locke) In- 

galls, born New Hampton, N. H., July 3, 1772 ; married Ruth 

Sleeper. She was born Mar. 4, 1774; she was a woman of 

good education and though suffering much from sickness gave 

her children the best advantages ; she died about the age of 94. 

He moved to Vermont, then in 1807 to Kast Dunham, now 

Farnum's Corners, P. Q., and was engaged in farming and 

the manufacture of potash. 

Children : 

+2685 David, ^ b. May 31, 1796; m. Betsey Taggart. 

+2686 Jonathan,* b. Sept. 23, 1798 ; m. Sophronia H. Rogers. 

-f-2687 Jethro,'' b. Oct. i, 1801 ; m. Mary Aitken. 

2688 Mary,* d. 1834; m. Joel Botolph. Ch : (i) Thankful Lorinda ; 

{■2) J on a th a n Her in a?i. 
-I-2689 Edmund Sleeper,* b. Mar. 24, 1809; m. ist, Maria M. Kimball, 

2d, Lois A. Farnum. 

2690 Orpha,* d. about 1885 ; m. Nelson Kimball, a minister at Dun- 

ham, P. Q. Ch: (i)/. Burton, res. Enosburg Falls, Vt. ; (2) 
3Iilo A., res W. Broome, P. Q. 

2691 James,* b. May 4, 1813 ; m. ist, Julian Schofield, b. Mar. 19, 

1811; d. Aug. 6, 1879; m. 2d., ; d. Dec. 4, 1896; had Ch : 

(2692) Milo,-' who had (2693) Ruth 10; (2694) Orson 1° . (2695) 
Charles,^ had (2696) David ". 

2697 Ruth Elvira,* b. Apr. 10, 1815 ; d. East Farnham, P. Q., Sept. 12, 

1896; m. Dec, 1841, David, son of David and Emily (Ellis) 
Brimmer, b. Hoosac, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1815; he was Mayor oif 
Farnham and is now a retired farmer at E. Farnham. Ch : (i) 
Elizabeth Elvira, b. Oct. 27, 1843; m., Feb. 10, 1870, Elihu P. 
sou of Martin S. and Rhoda (Purington) Collins; he is a pat- 
tern maker at Lawrence, Mass. Ch : (I) Effie Brimmer, b. 
Lynn, May 3, 1877; (II) Ai^iCB E1.01SE, b, Lawrence, Jan. 28, 
1881. {1) Mary Eliza, b. June 26, 1845; m. Sept. 8, j868, 
Azro D. Collins. Ch : (I) Edith Euzabeth, b. Oct. 12, 1869 ; 
m. John A. Wheeler, res. Cowansville, P. O. Ch : (A) Ruth 
Helen; (B) Thomas A., d. ; (C) Anna Elizabeth. (II) 

Helen Elvira, b. Feb. 21, 1871 ; m. Charles Homer, res. 
Mansonville, P. Q. ; (III) James Martin, b. Aug. 9, 1874 ; m. 
Susie Hall ; (IV) David Wilfred, b. Dec. 20, 1877; (V) Ar- 
thur Judson, b. Nov. I, 1880. (3) Lucy Ophelia, b. Nov., 1847, 
d. June, 1852; {^\) James David , b. Aug., 1850; d. June, 1868; 
{^) Jacob Judson, b. Nov. i, 1853; d. Jan., 1872. 

2698 Elizabeth Lorinda, * b. 1818 ; d. May 11, 1841. 



1575 

Daniel Ingalls,^ {Jonathan,^ Timothy,^ Sa77tuel,'^ Samuel,'^ 
Henry, "^ Edynund^), sow of Jonathan and Martha J. (I^ocke) In- 
galls, born June 6, 1784; married, first, Polly Dymon, second, 



154 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Eunice Evans, widow of Perkins. He was a farmer at 

Berkshire, Vt., and died there Jan. 8, 1864. 

Children by Polly Dymon : 

2699 Reuben, 8 d. St. Armand, P. Q., abt. 1900. Ch : (2700) Asa,^ had 
(2701) Son 1*^; (2701A) Daughter, 1'^ ni. Jethro Groves of St. 
Albans; (2702) Daughter i''. ( 2703 )IMunroe,'* drowned at Aber- 
corn, P. Q.; (2704) Charles, ^ res. Essex Center, Vt. Ch : 
(2705) Jennie, 1'^ ni. L. D. Sinclair of E. Berkshire; (2706) Min- 
nie.io m. Don Libby. Ch : (2707) Nellie i«; (2708) Mabel i"; (2709) 
Homer, 1'^ res. St. Johnsbury ; (2710) Bert^*^. (2711) Reed, ^ is a 
farmer at Enosburg. Ch : (2712) Curtis i''; (2713) David i^. 
(2714) Janett,^ m. Anderson J. Ingalls ; (2715) Daughter,^ m. 
Alfred Combs, res. E. Berkshire. 

2716 Horace,^ has children living at Fayston and Duxbury, Vt. 

Children by Eunice Evans : 

2717 Eliza,^ m. Kelly. Ch : (i) Miraiida, m. E. H. Chaffee, res. 

Jay, Vt. ; (2) Curtis Z>., res. W. Enosburg; (3) Fraucelia, m. 
Samuel Green, res. W. Enosburg; (4) Herbert, res. Mont- 
gomery; (5) Bernice ; (6) Homer; (7) Milo, res. Enosburg 
Falls ; (8) 3TaHd, m. Carl Brown of Enosburg Falls ; (9) 
Eunice, m. Harley Hough of W. Enosburg. 

2718 Julia,® 

2719 David, ^b. Jan. i, 1818 ; said to have gone to Blue Earth City, 

Minn. 

2720 Daniel,^ had (2721) Alzina^; (2722) Sophronia^; (2723) Selina^; 

(2724) Julia ^. 
2725 Norman,® b. Dunham, P. Q., Jan. 27, 1833; m. Aug. 18, 1856, 
Martha, daughter of Thomas and Susan (Bacon) Crowe, b. 
Fairfield, Vt., July 23, 1839; d. Montgomery, Jan. 22, 1894. He 
is a farmer at Berkshire, Vt. Ch : (2726) Jennie Eliza, ^ b. Oct. 
7,1858; m. Coburn, res. Richford ; (2727) William De- 

Forest, ^ b. Mar. 30, 1861 ; m. Sept. 6, 1901, Gula Asenath, 
daughter of Wilbert A. and Emeline (Louks) Smith, b. Rich- 
ford, Vt., Jan. 19, 1879; he is engaged in the sale of farming 
tools at Richford ; No children ; (2728) El win LeRoy,^ b. July 
23, 1870; m. June 14, 1899, Ina Evel5'u, daughter of Henry and 
Evaline A. (Lawrence) Campbell, b. W. Charleston, Vt., Oct. 
26, 1872 ; he was a teacher at Hyde Park and state examiner 
of teachers ; now superintendent of Vermont Industrial 
School at Vergennes ; (2729) James Horace,'-* b. Nov. 25, 1879, 
now a student at Maryland Medical College, Baltimore. 



1592 

Samuel Ingalls,' ( Thnothy,^ Timothy,^ Saittucl,* Samuel,^ 
He7i?y^^ Edmund'^), son of Timothy and Bathsheba (Worcester) 
Ingalls, born Thornton, N. H., Feb. 4, 1786 ; married, Nov. 28, 
1810, Marion Rankin. He was a Justice of the Peace at 
Danville, Vt., thirt}^ years; was a man of more than ordinary 
powers of mind, possessed of a strong and logical intellect, a 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 155 

tenacious memory and sound judgment. His reading was ex- 
tensive in all branches of literature, and in business was the 
friend and adviser of his fellow citizens. He died Feb. 23, 1854. 

Children : 

2730 Laura, ^ b. Oct. 15, 1811; d. Mar. 7, 1879; ^- Dec. 9, 1855, Ezra 

Perry. 

2731 William,^ b. July 27, 1813 ; m. Aug. 5, 1841, Julia Fink, of Dun- 

kirk, N. Y. ; he d. at Dunkirk, Feb. 9, 1856 ; had two children : 
(2732) Ann, 8 b. 1843 ; d. y.; (2733) William Da\ds,^ d. y. 

2734 Mary,^ b. July 24, 1815 ; d. Oct. 4, 1817. 

2735 Mary Ann,* b. Aug. 29, 1817; d. Jan. 28, 1892; m, July 10, 

1839, J. W. Batchelder. 

2736 Harriet,* b. Mar. 22, 1820; d. Mar. 7, 1897; m. Mar. 6, 1850, 

Frank C. Batchelder. 

2737 Benjamin F.,* b. Apr. 2, 1823 ; d. Feb. 12, 1824. 

2738 Edward,* b. Feb. 18, 1824; d. Dec. 13, 1875; m. Jan. 22, 1850, 

Harriet H. Batchelder. Ch : (2739) Edward,-' b. Sept. 25, 1851 ; 
d. Oct. 8, 1851 ; (2740) Laura Addie,^ b. Aug. 12, 1853 ; d. Apr. 
I, 1854; (2741) Edward Brock, ^ res. St. Jolmsbury, Vt.; (2742) 
Lockwood,^ res. New York State. 

2743 Albert,* b. Oct. 19, 1830; m. Oct. 8, 1865, Abba French. No 

children. 

2744 Charles,* b. Sept. 3, 1833; ni. Dec. 9, 1863, Melonie, daughter of 

Samuel and Nancy (Daniels) Nichols, b. No. Danville, May 15, 
1835 ; he was a sheriff fourteen years, collector ten years, mem- 
ber official board Congregational church; res. Danville, Vt., 
retired. Ch : (2744A) Samuel Nichols,^ b. Aug. 30, 1866; 
(2744B) Marion Worcester,^ b. Aug. 2, 1873; m. Oct. 3,1893, 
Jonathan Eugene Tinker, a jeweller at Danville. 



1601 

Perlky Chase Ingalls," {/osiah,^ Nathaniel,^ Saviucl,'^ 
Sanmel^^ Henry ^^ Edmujid^), son of Josiah and Olive (Sanborn) 
Ingalls, born Haverhill, N. H., Feb. 6, 181 1 ; married Susan 
P. RiuEOUT. He was a farmer at Chester, N. H., and died 
there Oct. 21, 1879. 

Children : 

2745 Frank,* m. Amanda Haseltine, res. Methuen, Mass. Ch : (2745A) 

Florence ^. 

2746 David W.,* m. Julia Myrick, had (2746A) Walter,^ d. 

+2747 John Addison Gurley,* b. Feb. 9, 1836 ; m. Lucretia U. Everett. 
2748 Edmund R.,* m. twice, res. Haverhill, Mass. Ch : (2749) Etta''; 

(2750) Hattie^; (2751) Fred^. 
2752 Charles F.,* m. Lottie , res. Marlboro, Mass. Ch : (2753) 

Eunice^; (2754) Lewis-'; (2755) David ^. 

2756 Olive Ann,* b. May 19, 1837; d. Feb. 22, 1900; m. Nov. 27, 1858, 

James W., son of Jonathan and Rachel (Wilson) Morse, b. Mar. 
22, 1832. 

2757 Clara,* m. Elmore Church. 

2758 Lucretia,* m. John Austin. Ch : (i) Ray, res. Holbrook, Mass. 



156 INGAIvLS GENEALOGY. 

1625 

Moses Ingalls," {Samuel,^ Daniel,^ Moses,'' Samuel,* Henry, ^ 
Edtmind^), son of Samuel and Betsy (Eastman) Ingalls, born 
Bethel, Me., about 1780; married Abbie Stii.es. He was a 
farmer at Bridgton, Me.; moved to Amherst, then to Passadum- 
keag, where he died Mar. 26, 1863. 

Children : 

2759 Betsey, 8 d. New York. 

2760 Susan," d. Auburn, Me., 1888; m. Joseph us Haskell of Sweden, 

Me. 

2761 Polly, ^ d. Passadumkeag, 1878 ; m. Roberts. 
+2762 Nason,^ b. i8ir ; m. Susan Dennis. 

2763 Moses, ^ d. Passadumkeag, 1898; had (2764) Frank 8; (2765) 
Cyrus9; (2766) Emma 9; (2767) Clara «. 

2768 Abigail,^ m. D. V. Orcutt, res. Fort Fairfield, Me. 

2769 Nancy, 8 d. Milford, Me., 1897 ; m. Alansou Austin. 

2770 Aaron, ^ d. Mass. 

2771 Enoch Lincoln,'* res. Astoria, Oregon. 

1642 

Robert Ingalls," {Moses,^ Daniel,^ Moses,'' Samuel,* Hemy,'^ 
Edrmmd^), son of Moses and Susan (Heath) Ingalls, born Shel- 
burne, N. H., Apr. 2, 1794; married, Bethel, Me., Mar. 26, 
1825, RowENA Hills. She was born West Newbury, Mass., 
June 28, 1801 ; died Gorham, N. H., July 12, 1872. He was a 
farmer, merchant and lumberman at Shelburne, and held every 
office of trust in his native town and county ; was prominent in 
politics of northern New Hampshire, and as a Democrat was 
many times elected to the State lyCgislature. He was also Asso- 
ciate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Coos county, and 
a consistent member of the Congregational church. He died at 
Shelburne, Jan. 2, 1862. 

Children, born Shelburne : 

2772 Rufus Hills, ^ b. July 31, 1826; d. Jan. 16, 1834. 

2773 Caroline Hills, » b. Oct. 8, 1827 ; d. Nov. 3, 1870. 

2774 Frederick Robert,** b. Oct. 5, 1829 ; d. Jan. 23, 1834. 

2775 Sarah Rowena,^ b. Nov. 23, 1834; n. m., res. Tacoma. 

+2776 Rufus Frederick,** b. Oct. 12, 1836; m 1st, Emeline E. Lary, 2d, 
Mattie G. McKeuty. 
2777 Charles Atherton,** b. June 11, 1839; he entered the employ of 
the Grand Trunk Ry. in 1858, and then in 1866 the Canadian 
Express Co. with headquarters at Montreal, remaining eighteen 
years, then was custom agent and broker at Port Huron, Mich, 
one year, when he moved to Tacoma, Wash., where he now 
resides. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 157 

1644 

Daniel InG/\ij.s," {Moscs,^ Da/n'e/,^ A/oses,* Sajinic/,^ Henry, "^ 
Edmund'') , son of Moses and vSusan (Heath) Ingalls, born about 
1798 ; married Mary Carr Barker. She died Portland, Me., 
1894. He was a farmer at Shelburne, N. H., and died there 
Mar. II, 1852. 

Children : 

2778 Robert,^ b. Oct. 28, 1829; d. Portland, Jan. 25, 1900; m. 1863, 

Lydia Ann Young, b. Gray, Me., Jan. 25, 1835; he was a 
manufacturer and wholesaler of mineral waters at Portland, 
where the widow now resides. 

2779 William Barker,^ was a soldier of the Civil War, d. Fredericks- 

burg, Va., 1862. 

2780 Mary Frances,^ d. Oct. 6, 1865 ; m. Jackman Chapman of Gilead, 

Me. No children. 

2781 Henry Elmer,* b. Apr. 29, 1836; m. Mar. 15, 1863, Diannah, 

daughter of Henry and Joannah (Leighton) Evans, b. May 18, 
1842 ; he is a farmer and lumberman at Shelburne, N. H., has 
served the town as selectman and collector. Ch : (2782) Wil- 
liam Barker,^ b. Dec. 19, 1864; (2783) Robert Henry ,^ b. Aug. 
13, 1865. 
2790 Harlan Page/ b. 1839 ; m. ; is a manxifacturer of mineral 

waters at Portland Me. 



1650 

Joseph Ingalls," {John,*' John,^ E/dad* Saviuel^^ Hcnry,^ 
Edmu7id^), son of John and Hannah ( ) Ingalls, born Oct. 

19) 1775- He lived at or near Keene, N. H. 

Children : 

2791 Henry,* b. Walpole, N. H., Apr. 24, 1800; m. Lois Royce ; lived 
at Whallonsburg, Essex Co., N. Y., and Will Co., 111. Ch : 
(2792) Louis Ellsworth,^ b. Oct. 26, 1839; m. Marengo, 111., Jan. 14, 
1870, Esther Elizabeth, daughter of Rush and Mary 
Bartholomew of Elmira, N. Y., b. McHenry Co., 111., 
Sept. 7, 1847 ; he is a real estate dealer at Chicago, owning 
a large farm at Juliet, where he resides. Ch : (2793) 
Millie, 1'^ b. Oct. 16, 1870; d. Sept. 22, 1892; (2794) Roy,^ 
b. Dec. I, 1871 ; d. Apr. 27, 1894; (2795) Mary Hackley,!*^ 
b. Sept. 7, 1873; ™- Oct. 14, 1896, Geo. M. Beale of Joliet ; 
(2796) Charles.Wb. Dec. 19, 1874; d. Dec. 15, 1888. 



1652 

James Ingalls,'' {Jolm,^ John,^ Eldad,'^ Samuel,^ Henry ^^ Ed- 
mund^), son of John and Hannah ( ) Ingalls, born Wal- 
pole, N. H., Feb. 25, 1779; married Nov. 22, 1802, Margaret 



158 INGALLvS GENEALOGY. 

Baxter, who died Dec. 21, 1849. He moved to Dansville, 
Livingstone Co., N. Y., and died there Sept. 5, 1854. 

Children : 

2800 Simeon,* b. Jvine 7, 1803 ; d. Aug. 4, 1876 ; m. Juh' 3, 1827, Jerusha 

Andrews. 

2801 Ason or Aaron,* b. Oct. 26, 1806. 

2802 Martha,* b. Mar. 12, 1808; d. Sept. 27, 1878; m. Apr. 8, 1826, 

Calvin Groves. 

2803 Sophronia,* b. Aug. 27, 1810; m. 1827, Oliver Evans. 

2804 Marietta,* b. May 12, 1812 ; m. ist, John W. Prine, 2d, A. K. 

Allen. 
-t-2805 Benjamin Franklin,* b. Nov. 23, 1820; m. Eliza J. Davis, Nancy 



Gilbert. 



1654 



Aaron Ingalls," {John, ^ John, ° Eldad,^ Samnel,^ Henry," Ed- 
mund^), son of John and Hannah ( ) Ingalls, born Steu- 
ben Co., X. Y., Sept, 30, 1783; married Gerusha Franklin. 
She was born Sept. 20, 1792. He was a farmer at So. Dans- 
ville, N. Y., and died there. His widow moved to Dover, 111., 
and died December, 1870. 

Children : 

2821 Julia Maria,* b. Mar. 11, 180S ; m. Gilbert Webb of Dover, 111. 

Ch : (i) 5/^/)/;^;;, res. Dover; {2) Edward, di ; (t,) Adaliue, 

d. ; (4) Oscar, d. ; (5) Cornelia, d. Lincoln, Neb.; 

m. Charles Bowman ; (6) Marion, m. George Van Lew, now a 
law^-er at Franklin, S. D. 

2822 Horace Franklin,* b. Sept. 5, 1810; moved to Missouri and left a 

family. 

2823 Simeon Lester,* b. May 16, 1812 ; d. y. 

2824 Jonathan,* b. Jan. 14, 1816. 

2825 Solan Eaton,* b. Jan. 18, 1818; m. Mariet Stone; was a farmer at 

So. Dansville, then a clergyman in California. Ch : (2826) 
Lester H.^ b. July 10, 1849; '^- Dec. 25, 1879, Mary, daughter of 
David and Mary L. (Stone) Kinne, "b. Ovid, N. Y., Mar. 2, 
1854; he is a coal broker at Elmira, N. Y. Ch : (2827) Wer- 
ner K.,w b. Oct. 30, 1880; (2828) Fay S.,10 b. Mar. 9, 1882; 
(2829) Mabel L.,^" b. Aug. 21, 1890; (2830) Warren, 1° b. Mar. 
7, 1892. 
2831 Isaiah,* b. Aug. 23, 1819; d. Dans^-ille, N. Y., Sept. 20, i88r; 
m. Esther Hitchcock, d. age seventy -one. He moved to Free- 
mont, Steuben Co., N. Y., about 1849, and engaged in farming 
and stock raising, was a prominent member of the M. E. 
church, d. Sept. 20, 1S81. Ch : (2832) Martha,9b. July 8. 1844; 
m. Alonzo Gardner, lives at Hornellsville. Ch : (i) Esther, 
m. Samuel Miles of Elmira. (2833) Henrj',^ b. Aug. 7, 1847; 
m. Matilda Eveland, lives at Hornellsville." Ch : (2834) Editlii'^; 
(2835) Gertrude w; (2836) Essie "; (2837) Bessie 10. (2838) 
Enford,^ b. Mar. 8, 1851 ; d. Nov. i, 1872; m. IMarv Cornell and 
had (2839) CorrelPo. (2840) Emma,^ b. Aug. 3, 1855; d. Oct. 3, 
1857; (2841) Ray,^ b. Nov. 15, 1858; m. Nov. 15, 1883, Maggie, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 159 

daughter of Christian and Louisa (Weierwiller) Kurtz, b. Hor- 
nellsville, Feb. lo, 1863 ; he is a farmer at Stephens Mills, N. 
Y. Ch: (2842) Mattie B.,10 b. Julv 13, 1890; (2843) Aden 
Lewis,!'' b. Sept. 4, 1892; (2844) Esther L.,i'' b. May 25, 1895; 
(2845) Enford.K'b. Apr. II, 1897; (2846) Emma E-.i" b. Mar. 
II, 1901. 
+ 2847 Charles Currier,*' b. Sept. 4, 182 1 ; m. Gertrude Vauarsdale. 

2848 Henry Mastiu,^ b. ]\Iar. 4, 1826; m. Elizabeth Zering; he d. 
INIaiden, 111.; widow m. Dr. Cloud of Chicago. Ch : (2849) 
I'Vank,^ res. Texas. 

2850 Mary Elizabeth,^ b. May 22, 1827; d. Dover, 111. 

2851 Lewis Weld," b. Nov. 24, 1833; went to California, now res. 

Seattle, Wash. 

1660 

Samuel Ingalls," {Joseph,'^ John,^ Eldad* Samuel,^ Henry, ^ 
Ecim2md^), son of Joseph and Sarah (Parker) Ingalls, born 
Barre, Vt., Aug. 18, 1781 ; married Hannah Raymond. He 
lived at Barre, and was killed b}' the kick of a horse Feb. 3. 

1833. 

Children : 

2852 Calista,^ b. Jan. 9, 1809; d. Aug. 30, 18S6; m. Freeman Daggett 

of Barre. Ch : (i) George, b. Sept. 18, 1835; m. ist, Sarah 
E. Hamlin, 2d, Mary F. Dudley, res. Winooski, Yt. 

2853 William Raymond,^ b. Dec. 24, 1813; d. Dec. 10, 1879; n. m. 

2854 Samuel,^ b. Nov. 17, 1819 ; m. isc, Charlotte Massy of Randolph, 

Yt., shed. Mar. 18, 1853; m. 2d, Aug. 22, 1853, Mary Water- 
man Cutler. He moved to Greensboro, Vt., and was engaged 
in business, held many town ofHces and was president of Cale- 
donia National Bank of Danville. He d. Barre, Mav 13, 1882. 
Ch: 

(2855) Charlotte Edna,^ b. Aug. 14, 1854; d. Nov. 18, 1870. 

(2856) Florence Mary ,9 b. Jan. 30, 1858 ;_ m. Apr. 27, 1881, Chilo L. 

Soule, now a merchant at Burlington. Ch : (i) Raymond 
Lee ; (2) Everett Ingalls. 

(2857) William Samuel, ^ b. Jan. 23, 1863 ; m. Helen, daughter of 

Nathaniel B. and Sarah H. (Wanzer) Payne; he is a 
farmer at Greensboro, and has been a member of the Leg- 
islature. Ch : (2858) Charlotte Eliza,i'^ b. Jan. 10, 1898; 
d. Sept. 28, 1898. 

1662 

Thomas Ingalls,' {Joseph,^ John ° El dad, '^ Samuel,^ Henry, ^ 
Edmund^), son of Joseph and Sarah (Parker^ Ingalls, born Wal- 
pole, N. H., Jan. 11, 1791 ; married, 1812, Sarah, daughter of 
Addi and Sarah (Biddle) Bigelow. She was born Lansing- 
burg, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1790; died Westen'ille, Ohio, April 15, 
1855. He was a cabinet maker, moved to Barre, Vt., then to 
Westerville, where he died Apr. 24, 1869. 



160 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

2859 Joseph Bigelow,^ b. Feb. 21, 1815; m. ist, Marie Westervelt, had 
two children ; 2d, Elizabeth Bishop, she had two children. 
(2860) Rosalia,^ b. Sept. 8, 1837; d. Apr. 12, i860; ni. Russell 
Spurgeou; (2861) Geraldine,^ b. Jul\' 12, 1842; d. Nov. 21, 
1874; (2862) Pearl Parker,^ b. Sept. 14, 1848; m. Dec. 12, 1874, 
Emma Craj-ton. Ch : (2863) Laura Louna.^'^ b. Nov. 14, 1876. 
(2864) Percie Bishop,^ b. Nov. 1864; m. Apr. 14, 1900, Don 
Carlos Lawson. 

2865 Lucretia,^ b. Nov. 20, 1816 ; m. R. R. Arnold. 
+2866 Pearl Parker, ^ b. Feb. i, 1S23 ; m. ist INIary :McDowell, 2d, Mary 
Kibben. 

2867 Martha,^ b. Nov. 1829 ; d. Jan. 7, 1871 ; m. 



1665 

James Ingalls,' {Sanuicl,^' John,^ E/dad,^ Samuel,^ He?iry,^ 
Edmund'^), son of Samuel and Anna (Shepard) Ingalls, born at 
Canterbur}-, X. H., June 24, 1791 ; married Mary, daughter of 
Jacob and Sally Cass. She was born Lyman, N. H., Jan. 16, 
1798; died Madison, Wis., Oct. 11, 1883. He was a carpenter, 
taught school winters in Vermont, lived at Clinton, Mass., 1847 
to 1859, represented the town in the Legislature 1855, and held 
various other offices. He died at Madison, Oct. 11, 1866. 

Children : 

2868 Mary Ann,^ b. Lyman, Oct. 4, 1814; d. Chicopee, Mass., May 23, 

1846; m. Moody Blake, had two sons who served in the Civil 
War, now dead, and a daughter who m. Osias Goodell, resides 
New Haven, Conn. 

2869 Sarah Cass,^ b. Feb. 4, 181 7 ; m. Joseph Brown of Bedford, Mass.; 

she is a widoAv and resides with her son. Dr. Eugene Anson 
Brown, at Menomonie, Wis. 

2870 John Edson,** b. Feb. 4, 1819. He lived at Delton, Wis., d. from 

injuries received from being thrown from his carriage, Nov. 11, 
1882. No children, but had adopted son, (2871) John G. 
Ingalls, now vice-president of Western Farm Mortgage Co., 
New York City. 

2872 Margaret Jane, ^ b. Jan. 3, 1821 ; m. ist, Putnam Blake, 2d, Dec. 

31, 1843, Estes Wilson of Belchertown, Mass.; she has practiced 
medicine thirtj- years at Madison, Wis. Ch : (i) John (Blake), 
settled in So. Carolina and served in the Confederate A rni}- ; (2) 
Henry (Blake) served in the Union Arm}- and res. in the west. 
(3) Mary (Wilson), m. De Moe, who is in the mail service. 

2873 Adeline Minerva,^ b. Lyndon, Yt., Apr. 15, 1823; d. Wis., Mar. 

13, 1869; m. Nov. 13, 1842, Hiram C. Miner, who d. June 16, 
1868. Ch: (i) Rosa,va. Japp ; (2) Leroy ; (3) Daniel, 

res. Baraboo, Wis.; (4) Fred, res. Eau Clair, Wis. 

2874 Marian Maria, ^ b. Jiily 22, 1827; m. Aug. 11, 1844, Dwight Brown 

a farmer at Mason City, low^a. Ch : (i) Emma (Brown), m. 
Myron Kling ; (2) Carrie (Brown), m. Lee L. Klinefilter, 
publisher Mason City Express. 



POSTKRITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 161 

2875 Daniel Bowman,^ b. Sutton, Vt., May 25, 1829; m. Oct. 22, 1850, 
Rebecca N., daughter of Mason and Mary (Nelson) Randall, 
b. Newbury, Vt., Jan. 27, 1830; he is a dentist and deacou of 
the Baptist church at Clinton, Mass.; was Representative to 
the Legislature; State Senator 1881-2 ; and president of the 
Northeastern Dental Association. Ch : (2876) Herbert 
Clinton, 9 b. May i^^, 1854 ; d. May 9, 1870; (2877) Cora Lillian," 
b. Julv 14, 1861 ; d. y.; (2878) Urania E.,^d. y.; (2879) Helen," 
b. Oct. 16, 1863; d. July 18, 1869; (2880) Maud Alice," b. Jan. 
16, 1869 ; d. Aug. 8, 1870. 
2881 Urania Eclesia,** b. Apr. 10, 1832 ; d. Aug. 14, 1862 ; m. Jonathan 
Davis of Sterling, Mass. One daughter m. Marshall Wilder, 
res. Waltham, Mass. 
+2882 James Munroe,^ b. Jan. 25, 1837; m. ist, Eliza H. Niles, 2d, 
Harriet E. Thurston. 



1675 

Satchel Clark Ingalls,' { Caleb, ^ John, ^ E/dad,* Samtiel,^ 

Hcnn\~ Ednunid^), son of Caleb and Elizabeth (Clark) Ingalls, 

born Canterbury, N. H., Aug. 29, 1794; married Hannah 

Heath. He was a farmer, and died at Piermont, N. H., July 

7, 1869. 

Children : 

2883 Joel,8 b. Jan. 21, 1816; d. Warren, N. H., Nov. 25, 18^; m. ist, 
Belinda Blake, d. Nov. 28, 1847; m. 2d, Nancy, daughter of 
John and Roxalana (Bigelow) Sly; she res. Newbury port, 
Mass. He owned a shingle mill at Warren, N. H. Ch : 

(2884) Mary Jane," b. Plymouth, N. H., Sept. 25, 1838; d. Feb., 

1901 ; m. Charles H. Batchelder, d. 1902. Ch : (i) Emma 
Jane, m. Ezra Marston ; {2) Charles IVilliam, m. Cora 
Merrill; {2,) Joel Ingalls, m. Estelle Clifford; {4) John E., 
m. Hattie Burrill ; \=,) Albert, m. Nettie Merrill. 

(2885) William Blake," b. Warren, June 12, 1840; m. Nov. 14, 1872, 

Florence Annie, daughter of William E. and Rebecca 
(Anderson )Page, b. Newburyport, Mass., Oct, 4, 1850. He 
was a master mechanic and inventor, owning many valua- 
ble processes for working metals, is now retired from 
active business, but still holding his interests; res. at 
Newburyport, Mass. Ch : (2886) Bertha Florence, i" b. 
Sept. 28, 1877; (2887) Edith May,i" b. July 6, 1887. 

(2888) Caleb," b. 1842; d. y. 

(2889) Nancy Ellen," b. Apr. 10, 1843; m. John Wesley Bachelder, 

res. Warren. Ch : (i) Edzvard ; {2) Belinda ; (3) IVay- 
land ; ( 4 ) Ma vna rd. 

(2890) Emily," b. Nov.'iS47; d. Nov. 1858. 

(2891) Annie .\llen," b. Mar. 19, 1866; n. m. 

(2892) Edwin Moore," b. Aug. 30, 1867; m. Dec. 11, 1890, Ida 

Blanchard Littlefield ; he is a dealer in bicycles at New- 
buryport. Ch : (2893) Morris Clinton, 1" b. Oct. 21, 1892. 
(2894) Nelson Powell, i" b. June 24, 1895; (2895) Gordon 
Littlefield,!'^ b. Aug. 24, 1900. 
2896 Betsey, 8 m. Enos Huckius. Ch : (i) Cora Jane, m. Zymenus 

White; (2) Charles, res. Warren; no children; (3) Enos, d. 

Apr. 9, 1903 ; he is a physician at Plymouth, N. H. No 

children. 



162 I NO ALLS GENEALOGY. 

2897 John L.,^b. June 1826; d. Sept. 13, 1889; m. Olive R. KimbalL 
Ch: 

(2898) Hannah,^ m. John Heath, res. Hereford, P. Q. 

(2899) Satchel ». 

(3000) Lucy A.,^ ni. Hazen Meecham, res. Newport Centre, Vt. Ch : 

( I ) Maty ; (2) iVattie ; (3) Myrtle. 

(3001) Langdon,^ Imng near Stanstead, P. Q. 



1694 

Calvin Ingalls,' {Nathaniel P.,^ John,'' Eldad,* Samuel,^ 
Henr}\^ Edmund'^), son of Nathaniel P. and Polly (Haines) In- 
galls, born Canterbury, N. H., July 6, 1799 ; married Nancy, 
daughter of Ede and Anna (Emery) Taylor. She was born 
July II, 1800; died Jan. 21, 1873. He was a farmer at Canter- 
bury, and died there July 16, 1855. 

Children : 

3002 Nathaniel Peabody,^ b. Sanborn ton, Dec. 30, 1822; m. St. Paul, 
Minn., Oct. 11, 1857, Mary K., daughter of James R. and Hes- 
ter O. Brewster. He w^as a music dealer, elder of Presbyterian 
church at St. Paul and served as countv assessor, died Julv 25, 
1888. Ch: (3003) Walter Nathaniel, 8 b. Apr. 14, i860; (3'oo4) 
Albert Merrick,9b. Feb. 26, 1868. 

3005 Joseph Calvin,® b. July 24, 1824; d. Concord, N. H., Nov. 8, 1881 ; 
m. Ruth Elizabeth Lucas, she res. Concord. Ch : (3006) 
Frank Eugene,^ b. July 22, 1849; m. ; he is a druggist at 

Concord. Ch : (3007) Ada Alice, 10 b. Sept. 10, 1878; (3008) 
Harry John,!*^ b. July 12, 1880, res. Boston. 

3009 Charles M.^ b. Jan. 4, 1827, lived at Canterbury. 

3010 Gordon T.,^ b. July 7, 1829 ; d. Aug. 26, 1871. 

3011 Andrew J., ^b. Mar. 30, 1831 ; m. Augusta C., daughter of Navel 

and Caroline (Fletcher) Lovering ; he served in the Civil War, 
is now a carpenter and carriage maker at Canterbury. No 
children. 

3012 Irene T.,^ b. Apr. 22. 1833. 

3013 Ruhamah J.,*b. Jan. 29, 1836; m. Aaron Lord of No. Bow, N. H. 

Ch : (i) Charles Henry; (2) Eviina J., d. ; {^S Oscar 

Calvin; (4) Frank Eugene ; {^') Nellie H.; (6) Harry Elmer. 

3014 Charlotte L.,^ b. Mar. 27, 1838. 

3015 Anna E.,^ b. Jan. 26, 1843, res. Arlington, Mass. 



1710 

Daniel Morrill Ingalls,' {Nathaniel P.,^ John,^ Eldad,'^ 
Saninel,^ Hettry,- Edviund"^), son of Nathaniel P. and Sophia 
(Bradle^O Ingalls, born Canterbur}', N. H., Jul}' i, 1829; mar- 
ried July 4, 1854, Ann Elizabeth, daughter of William and 
Sarah (Rand) Hancock. She was born Ma}- 12, 1834. He is 
manufacturer of Ingall's Asthma Remedy at Canterbury. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 1^3 

Children, born Canterbury : 

3016 Byrou Peabod}-,'^ b. July 9, 1856 ; m. Aug. 30, 1884, Alice, daughter 
of William and Adeline (Benson) McCarlie of Oak Bay, N. B., 
b. May 12, 1862; he is a farmer at Canterbury. Ch : (3017) 
Harold William, « b. Sept. 5, 1885; (3018) Arthur Brown ,9 b. 
Jan. 26, 1888; (3019) Mabel Elizabeth," b. Nov. 24, 1892. 

3020 Fred William, Mj. Nov. 28, 1858; d. Mar. 14, 1894; m. Nov. 26, 
1885, Nellie F., daughter of Moses J. and Alcina F. (Clark) 
French; he grad. Gilnianton Academy 1881, University of Vt. 
1884, M. D.; was a physician at Kingston, N. H.; served as 
supervisor, town clerk, member of the board of education and 
Representative to the Legislature; was a prominent mason. 
Ch : (3021) Winifred Pearl,^ b. Dec. 18, 1886. 

3022 George Hancock,^ b. Oct. 22, i860; m. Dec. 14, 1886, Louie B., 

daughter of Arthur W. and Lizzie (Cilley) Brown of Belmont, 
N. H. He grad. M. D. and settled at Belmont ; served the 
town as Representative and member of the school board ; is 
now in practice at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

3023 William Daniel,^ b. Mar. 6, 1S65 ; grad. Gilnianton Academy, en- 

tered Dartmouth College 1889 ; he was for several years a 
teacher and member of the school board at Canterbury ; has 
been a merchant at East Kingston since 1892. 



1711 

Jamks IngALLS,'' {Daniel,^ John,^ Eldad,* Saviuel,^ Henry, 
Edmjind^), son of Daniel and Polly (Nutting) Ingalls, born Ca- 
naan, N. H., Aug. 31, 1802 ; married Electa Sanborn. She 
was born July 18, 1803 ; died Sept. 24, 1895. He was a farmer. 
Settled at St. Armand, Canada, and died Dec. i, 1888. 

Children : 

3024 Lucy,^ b. Aug. 29, 1825; m. ist. Mar. 22, 1848, William Roden- 

wald of Montreal, had one child, d. age fifteen ; m. 2d, Dec. 28, 
1869, Andrew Traux, she res. Lynn, Mass. 

3025 Sophronia,^ b. Nov. 13, 1827 ; m. Dec. 24, 1849, Owen Fox ; he d. 

Lynn, Mass., Sept. 16, 1895; she res. Lynn. 
+3026 George Rex,^ b. Dec. 27, 1830; m. Caroline M. Janes. 

3027 Lucinda M.,^ b. Nov. 9, 1833 ; m. Samuel Rogers, res. Rockville, 

Conn. No children. 

3028 Daniel Josiah, 8 b. Richford, Vt., Feb. 17, 1836; m. Richford, 

Mar. 22, 1882, Wealthra, daughter of Spencer and Soph a 
(Willey) Smith, b. Sutton, Canada, Sept., 1859. He is a dairy 
man at Mehalle, Oregon. Ch : (3029) Melville Spencer, " b. 
Feb. 4, 1883; (3030) Eaton Walter," b. Oct. 15, 1884; (3031) 
Clement Custer," b. Jan. 7, 1887. 

3032 Laura Aurelia,^ b. Jan. 30, 1839 J "i. Charles F. Kenney, res. East 

Cambridge, Mass. 

3033 W'alter James, ^ b. Dec. 18, 1841 ; m. Sarah Button, has one son. 
3035 David Homer, 8 b. Oct. 25, 1847 ; d. Feb. 5, 1852. 



I<i4 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1760 

Solomon Ingalls," {Solomon,^ Henry, ^ He?iry,* Henry, ^ 
Hcnry,^ Ed»iimd^), son of Solomon and Mercy (Wilson) Ingalls, 
born Audover, Mass., July 5, 1781 ; married Catherine Dorr. 
She was born Boston, Mass., Jan. 9, 1785. He was a farmer, 
went to Brookfield, Mass., then to North Wilna, Jefferson Co., 
N. Y., and died there 1876. 

Children : 

-I-3036 Henry Wilson,^ b. July 4, 1807 ; m. Cj^nthia Ingeson. 

3037 Catherine,^ b. Dec. 13, 1809; m. May 8, 1839, Nathaniel Ingeson. 

3038 Mary,^ b. Sallisbury, N. Y., Aug. 24, 181 1 ; m. May 5, 1833, 

Hamilton Cobleigh. 

1763 

Henry Ingalls," {So/ou/o?i,'' Henry, ^ Hejuy,'^ Henry, ^ Henry, "^ 
Edviiuid^), son of Solomon and Mercy (Wilson) Ingalls, born 
July 26, 1786; married Jan. 22, 1809, Prudence White. She 
was born May 24, 1783 ; died Apr. 24, 1865. He was a farmer 
at North Wilna, N. Y., and died there Jan. 22, 1852. 

Children : 

3039 Asa White, ^ b. Nelson, N. H., Jan. 18, 1810; m. Fannie Gregg 

Miltimore, b. Windham, Vt., Nov. 18, 1816 ; d. Chicago, Apr. 
24, 1884; he was a schoolmaster and first principal of the 
Dearborn school, Chicago, where he d. Apr. 2, 1850. Ch : 
(3040) Adelaide Emelia Violette,^ b. Mar. 16, 1839; (3041) 
Rosa Amelia,^ b. Mar. 14, 1842; d. y.; (3042) Albert Orfela,^ 
b. Dec. 15, 1844; (3043) Ira Patchen,9b. Nov. 11, 1848; d. Sept. 
14, 1849. 
3044 James Harvey,* b. Feb. 21, 1812 ; m. Nov. 27, 1853, Fannie Gregg 
Miltimore; he d. Chicago, Nov. 8, 1895. Ch : (3045) Fred- 
erick Alonzo,^ b. Waukegan, 111., Dec. 22, 1855; m. Margaret 
J., daughter of David and Adela W. (Bill) Hess, b. July 6, 1863 ; 
he is a manufacturer at Chicago ; no children. (3046) Frank, ^ 
b. Nov. 12, 1857; d. Aug. 21, 1861 ; (3047) Harry Weston,^ b. 
Feb. 14, 1859. 

3048 Mary Aun,^ b. July i, 1814; d. July 1892. 

3049 Alfred White, ^ b. Dec. 31, 1816. 

3050 Hulda,^ b. Mar. 20, 1819; d. Sept. 16, 1895. 

3051 John Putnam,* b. Nov. 10, 182 1 ; d. y. 

3052 Cornelia Elizabeth,* b. Jiily 8, 1823; d. Apr. 25, 1858. 

1766 

James Ingalls," {Solomoji,^ Henry,^ Henry,^ Henry, ^ Henry, ^ 
Edmund''), son of Solomon and Mercy (Wilson) Ingalls, born 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 165 

North Wilna, near Cape Vincent, N. Y., Apr. 4, 1791 ; married, 
first, Rodman, N. Y., Apr. 4, 18 14, Laura Cooley. She was 
born 1795 ; died 1837. Married, second, Aug. 12, 1838, Han- 
nah Sweet. He was a farmer at North Wilna, and died Mar. 
25, 1881. 

Children by Laura Cooley : 

3053 Edwiu Putnam,^ b. Feb. 14, 1815 ; m. Dec. 31, 1840, Charlotte A. 
Stickney, d. Dec. i, 1894; he lived at Rodman. N. Y., and d. 
Oct. 25, 1890. Ch : (3054) Orvilla Adeste,^ b. July 15, 1844; d. 
Oct. 17, 1872; (3055) Adelbert Pratt, ^ b. Dec. 12, 1846; m. 
Cornelia E. Yelyea, and has (3056) Eva Marion,^'' b. Jan. 12, 
1871; (3057) Mabel Agnes, ^o b. Jan. 24, 1872; (3058) Maurice 
Lee, 10 b. Mar. 10, 1874; (3059) Charlotte Adelle.io b. Sept. 
21, 1876; (3060) Fannie Yelyea, 1° b. Mar. 7, 1884; (3061) 
Benjamin Joseph, I'J b. Feb. 13, 1888; (3062) Elizabeth Edwina,"^ 
b. Aug. 6, 1891. (3063) Mary Alice, ^ b. Apr. 28, 1851 ; d. Feb. 
3, 1890; (3064) Jay \Varren,^ b. Apr. 16, 1854 ; d. Feb. 24, 1865 ; 
(3065) Laura Electa,^ b. Oct. 8, 1856; d. y.; (3066) Laura 
Electa,* b. May 13, 1858; d. Feb. 27, 1872. 

3067 Orvilla,^ b. Aug. 6, 1816; m. Charles Sarvay of Carthage, N. Y. 

Ch : (i) Levi ; (2) Leonard E., b. June 4, 1839; d. Watertown, 
Mar. 17, 1901 ; m. Laura Ann Colburn. Ch : (I) Lotus, res. 
Carthage. Ch : (A) Merle; (B) Ardell ; (C) Emma. (II) 
Orlin, res. Carthage; (III) Ardell, d. ; (IV) Morton 

Emerson, b. Natural Bridge, N. Y., May 29, 1865; m. Apr. 18, 
1888, Mary C, daughter of Edward and Sarah (Neiger) 
Thorp of Forestport, N. Y. He is a shoe merchant at Cortland, 
N. Y. Ch: (A) Laura, b. Oct. 21, 1889; (B) John Neiger, b. 
Aug. ID, 1891 ; (C) Catherine, b. Feb. 23, 1902. (3) Eltzina, 
m. Colburn; (4) Alnieda, m. Beeker, res. Waterloo, la.; (5) 
Lotus, res. Waterloo; (6) Zuriah, res. Carthage, N. Y.; (7) 
Charles, ras. Carthage; (8) Polly, m. McDonald, resides 

Carthage. 

3068 Lotus, ^ b. Jan. 12, 1818 ; m. Merinda Murray of Rutland, N. Y.; 

was editor of the Watertown Post. Ch : (3069) Alice*. 

3070 Betsey,^ b. Sept. 28, 1819 ; m. Pluche, had ch : (i) Charles; 

(2) Harriet ; (3) Franklin ; (4) Helen ; (5) Oscar. 

3071 Albert Sidney,^ b. Nov. 8, 1822 ; m. Abigail Lockwood. No 

children. 

3072 Milo Melvin,* b. Dec. 15, 1823 ; went to Wisconsin and was state 

Senator, had a son and two daughters: (3073) Jennie *; (3074) 
Edith 9. 

3075 James Franklin,^ b. July 9, 1826; d. age twenty-nine; n. m. 

3076 George Milton,^ b. Feb. 19, 1832 ; m West, res. Rochester, 

N. Y. Ch: (3077) George*; (3078) Nettie *. 

3079 Jerome,^ b. Feb. 13, 1834; m ; went to California and had 

six children. 

3086 Laura,** b. Sept. 5, 1837 ; m. Oscar F., son of Elam Cooley, he is 
a retired farmer at Rodman, N. Y. Ch : (i) Milton H., b. July 
6, 1857; m. Oct. 24, 1877, Bessie Roberts of Watertown, res. 
Leona, Wis. Ch : (I) Clarence E., b. Nov. 4, 1879. (2) Ora 
R., b. Feb. 21, i860; m. Nov. i, 1883, Emma Youngs; he is 
postmaster at Rodman. Ch : (I) Roy O., b. July 2, 1887. (3) 
Clarence, b. July 30, 1861 ; res. Rodman. 



166 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children by Hannah Sweet : 

3087 Mary Jane, 8 b. June 29, 1839; m. Feb. 17, 1857, Thaddeus Pool 

Grout, she haAang been adopted by his father, Elijah L. Grout, 
after her mother's death. Ch : {\) Fannie Eleanor, b. June 2, 
1859; grad. Mankato Normal School and was a teacher; m. 
Apr. 4, 1884, Philip Wendell Cranwell, D. D., res. Topeka, 
Kan. Ch : (I)Effie Euretta, b. Jan. 29, 1887 ; (II) Florence 
LuvHRNE, b. May 15, 1891. (2) Ambrose Elijah, b. Aug. 30, 
1863, is a pharmacist; (3) Effie Lucinda, b. Nov. 29, 1867; 
grad. Hamlin Uuiversit}' ; m. Frederick F. Lindsay; (4) George 
Pool, b. Sept. 5, 1874; grad. Agricultural Dept. University of 
Minn., is now an instructor there ; m. July 17, 1901, Agnes 
Tisdale. Ch : (I) Thaddeus Tisdale, Apr. 29, 1902. (5) 
Frank Edivin, b. Apr. 26, 1876; d. Aug. 27, 1877. 

3088 Lucinda,^ b. July 5, 1840; m. Edward Cheney, res. Hermon, N. 

Y., has two sons and two daughters. 



1774 

Daniel TaplEY Ingalls, ' ( Daniel,^ Henry, ^ Henry, '^ Henry^ ^ 
Henry, ^ Edvunid'^), son of Daniel and Mary (Tapley) Ingalls, 
born Merrimack, N. H., Apr. 19, 1795 ; married IvUCINDa, 
daughter of David and Nanc}' (Miller) Clark. She was born 
Sept. 8, 1800; died Sept. 23, 1875. He was a farmer at Merri- 
mack, serving the town several years as selectman, and two 
years as Representative to the I^egislature. He was a soldier in 
the war of 1812 ; died Merrimack Jan. i, 1888. 

Children, born Merrimack : 

3089 Horace Putnam,^ b. Mar. 18, 1826; m. Covington, Ky., May 22, 
1879, Flora, daughter of John and Margaret (Lantrldge) Binnel, 
b. Huntsville, O., Jan. 12, i860. In 1854 he took charge of the 
Philadelphia Museum at Philadelphia, shortly after acquiring 
an interest in the Siamese twins and exhibited them with great 
financial success ; selling one fourth interest to P. T. Barnum, 
they toured the United States and England, and verj' few peo- 
ple of that day failed to see them. He also exhibited Millie 
Christine, the two headed girl, and for many years was 
identified with the great showmen of the day, Yan Amburg, 
Barnum and Forepaugh in the exhibition of living animals. 
In 1873 he went to Huntsville, O., and engaged in the hotel 
business, which he followed twenty-four years, was for several 
years superintendent of the Zoological Gardens at Cincinnati, 
and appointed State Commissioner of Fish and Game. He is 
now retired, living at Bellfontaine, O. Ch : (3090) Grace, ^ b. 
Oct. 10, 1880; (3091) Robert Ingersoll,^ b. Oct. 27, 1882; is 
bookkeeper for a large coal concern in Cincinnati; (3092) 
Blanche,^ b. Sept. 8, 1884. 

3093 Mary Tarbell,^ b, Oct. 11, 1828 ; d. Apr. 24, 1884. 

3094 George Clark, ^ b. Mar. 14, 1830; m. Nov. 19, 1875, Helen E., 

daughter of Alfred and Avaline (Young)Whitney, b. Hartland, 
Yt., July 21, 1840; he was a farmer at Merrimack, represented 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 167 

the town in the State Legislature 1875-6, and d. Sept. 30, 1899. 
Ch:(3095) Helen Louie,^ b. Dec. 20, 1876; (3096) Daniel T.,^ b. 
Oct. 4, 1879. 

3097 Lucien,® b. ; d. Falmouth, Me., May 3, 1881 ; m. ist, Hannah 

T. W., daughter of Gardner and Esther (Barnes) Nevins of 
Bedford, N. H., d. Apr. 18, 1870; m. 2d, July 26, 1873, Jennie A. 
Parker of Merrimack. He grad. M. D. from Dartmouth 
College, 1859; was a physician at Falmouth. Ch : (3098) 
Grace Nevins,^ b. Andover, Me., Apr. 17, 1866; m. Carroll 
Remick, res. Tacoma, Wash.; (3099) Alice L.,® b. Apr. 20, 1868; 
d. Mar. 17, 1894. 

3100 Nancy Clark/ res. Nashua, N. H.; n. m. 



1776 

Putnam Ingalls,'^ {Daniel,^ Henry, ^ Henry, '^ Henry, ^ Henry, "^ 
Edmutid^), son of Daniel and Mary (Tapley) Ingalls, born Mer- 
rimack, N. H., Mar. 16, 1799; married Margaret Caldwell, 
of Dunbarton, N. H. He was engaged in business at Newark, 
N. J., and died there Dec. 22, 1872. 

Children : 

+3101 Thomas Caldwell,^ b. Jan. 16, 1828; m. Cynthia E. Chapman. 
3102 Charles Henry ,8 b. Newark, July, 1839 ; m. Oct. 19, 1864, Eliza- 
beth Ann, daughter of Stephen Jr., and Catharine A.(Coughlin) 
Lum, b. Newark, Oct. 3, 1843 ; she res. Montclair, N. J. He 
was a dealer in books and stationery at Newark and d. Verona, 
N. J., Mar. 1886. Ch : 
(3103 Charles Lum,^ b. Newark, Oct. 5, 1865 ; now owns a planta- 
tion at Marianao, Cuba ; n. m. 

(3104) Percy, ^ b. Orange, N. J., Jan. 31, 1873 ; he is assistant treas- 

urer of the United Electric Co. of N. J., res. Montclair; 
n. m. 

(3105) Helen Caldwell,^ b. Mar. 17, 1878. 



1790 

Solomon Ingalls,' ( David,^ David,^ Henry, ^ Henry ^ Henry, ^ 
Edmund^), son of David and ( ) Ingalls, born Wilton, N. 

H., Dec. 9, 1789; married Charlotte McIntire. He was a 
farmer at Bradford, N. H.; died at Nashua, N. H., Nov. 14, 
1876. 

Children, born Bradford : 

3106 Paulina C.,^ b. Dec. 26, 1822; d. Dec. 14, 1878; m. Francis Par- 

ker Fletcher. Ch : (i) Paulina M., d. ; (2) George F., 

d. ; {^) Charles W.J., res. Washington, N. H.; (4) Her- 

man P., res. Washington, N. H. 

3107 David P.,8b. June 9, 1S25 ; d. July 3, 1879; ™- Marinda Rowe. 

Ch : (3108) George Henry, ^ res. Bradford, N. H.; (3io9)Carrie,* 
d. 



168 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

3110 Eliza M.,^b. Nov. 9, 1828; n. m. 

3111 Moses Chandler,^ b. Dec. 28, 1830; m. Letnpster, Jan. 28, 1S57, 

Lucy Ann, daughter of Hazen and Eliza A. (Proctor) Ayer, b. 
Washington, N. H. Jan. 26, 1839 ; he is a farmer and hotel 
keeper at Putney, Vt., and has held many of the town offices. 
Ch: (3112) Will Clarence, 9 b. Sept. 19, 1858; m. Northlield, 
Vt., Apr. 3, 1884, Ellen Frances, daughter of William H. and 
Julia (Collins) Hayden, b. Sharon, Vt., Jan. 4, 1858; he grad. 
Brown University 1884 and was a teacher at Providence, R. I., 
now business manager of The American Mining News at Arling- 
ton, N.J. Ch: (3113) Nellie Muriel, 10 b. Mar. 12, 1885; d. 
Mar. 16, 1885; (3114) Will Clarence," b. Feb. 9, 1886; (3115) 
Marguerite,!^ b. Jan. jj^ 1888; (3119) Leoren Daboll,!'^ b. New 
Britain, Conn., Sept. 20, 1892. (3120) Gertrude Anna,^ b. Nov. 
5, 1872 ; n. m. 

3i2i?^Sarah,'^ b. May 23, 1833; n. m. 

3122^ Abigail W.,^ b. Dec. 2, 1835 ; n. m. 

3123 ^Charlotte J.,8 b. May 9, 1838; d. Apr. 5, 1882. 

3124 Anna A.,^b. Oct. 5, 1841 ; res. Nashua, N. H.; n. m. 



1791 

Edmund Ingalls,' {Ed7?iiuid,^ David,^ Henry,'^ Henry^ 
Henry, '^ Edmund^), son of Edmund and Mary (Lovejoy) Ingalls, 
born Londonderry, N. H., Feb. 22, 1785; married Sept. 28, 
18 18, Mary, daughter of Joseph Martin, of Granville, N. Y. 
She was born Aug. 3, 1791 ; died Denmark, la., Dec. 12, 1867. 
He was a Presbyterian clergyman, holding pastorates at Aurora, 
Springville, Evans, Colden, Hamburg, Arcade, Ashville, Ma3'- 
ville, Centerville, Wescoy. He went to Denmark, la., and died 
the same month, May 26, 1851. 

Children : 

3125 Mary Lovina,^ b. Aurora, N. Y. , Dec. i, 1819 ; d. Denmark, 

la., Oct. I, 1897; m. Aug. 11, 1841, Kellogg Day of 
Elyria, N. Y.; went to Dmght Mission Station, Cherokee 
Nation and in 1850 to Denmark, la. Ch : (i) Mary 
Ertnina (Day), b. Oct. 10, 1843; ™- June 21, 1876, Latham 
H. Ayer, who is a hardware merchant at Keokuk, la. 
Ch : (I) Latham Hull (Ayer), b. Aug. 21, 1879. (2) Laura 
Ellen (Day), b. Sept. 5, 1845 ; m. Rev. Henry L. Bullen, now a 
retired clergyman at Moline, 111. Ch : (I) Henry Webster 
(Bullen), b. Jan. 18, 1872. (3) Harriet Caroline (Day), b. Dec. 
29, 1847; m. Aug. 19, 1800, Rev. Thomas McClelland, now 
president of Knox College, Galesburg, 111. Ch : (I) Harry, 
b. Nov. 12, 1881; d. ; (II) Kbllogg Day, b. Mar. 26, 1884; 

(III) Cochrane Bruce, b. May 22, 1887; (IV) Ruth 
Marjorie, b. Oct. 16, 1890. 

3126 Melinda Beardsley,^ b. Dec. 18, 1822 ; d. May 12, 1823. 

3127 Joseph Edmund,* b. Nov. 25, 1824; d. Jan. 17, 1825. 

3128 Joseph Edmund,* b. Springville, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1826; m. Dec. 

21, 1853, Mary Jane, daughter of John and Zer\'iah (Field) 
Houston, b. Lyndeboro, N. H., May 28, 1829; d. Jan. 7, 185 1 ; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 169 

he was a merchant at Denmark, Lee Co., la., fifty years; has 
held the offices of town supervisor, postmaster, treasurer of 
Congregational church and treasurer of Denmark Academy. 
Ch : (3129) Mary Zerviah,^ b. Mar. 25, 1858; m. Jan. i, 1896, 
Frank H. Bowden, is a farmer at Denmark ; (3130) John 
Edmund,^ b. May 14, 1864 ; was attending Phillips Academy, 
Exeter, N. H., and drowned while bathing Apr. 25, 1885. 

3131 Louisa Caroline,^ b. July 25, 1829; m. Nov. i, 1855, Alonzo H. 

Brooton of Pleasant Ridge, la.; he d. May 14, 1894. Ch : (i) 
Edmund Iriga Us {Bxooton), b. June 5, 1858; m. Apr. 24, 1878, 
Nettie Chickering ; he is engaged in farm machinery business 
at Kansas City, Mo. Ch : (I) Walter George, b. June 21, 
1879; (II) CiviFFORD Eugene, b. Mar. 24, 1881. (2) Asa 
Huntington (Brooton), b. Aug. 9, 1861 ; m. Sept. 20, 1888, 
Helen S. Turner; he is a lawyer at Sioux City, and has been 
mayor. Ch : (I) Adaline Ingalls, b. Oct. 26, 1892; (II) 
Caroline Turner, b. Oct. 26, 1892 ; d. Oct. 28, 1892. {i) Eugene 
//^wry (Brooton), b. Aug. i, 1863; m. May 18, 1887, Adaline 
E., daughter of Louis and Harriet (Turner) Wilson; he is a 
fruit grower at Sunny Vale, Cal. Ch : (I) Glenn Wilson, 
b. Feb. 1889; (II) Meriam Hellen b. July 17, 1892. 

3132 Huntington Lyman, ^ b. May 17, 1831 ; d. Sept. 29, 1831. 



1795 

Abiel Ingalls,' {Edmund,^ D avid ^^ Henry, '^ Henry, ^ Henry, "^ 
Edmund'^), son of Edmund and Mary (Lovejoy) Ingalls, born 
Stoddard, N. H., May 4, 1793 ; married Windham, Vt., Sept. 
8, 1815, Mehitable, daughter of Joseph and Sarah (Cram) 
Person. She was born Peterboro, N. H., Aug. 27, 1789; died 
Mt. Holly, Vt., Apr. 14, 1875. He was a carpenter at L,ondon- 
derry, Vt., and died there Feb. 11, 1846. 

Children : 

3133 Ezra Lovejoy,® b. Edinburgh, N. Y., Nov. 21, 1821 ; m. Lydia 

Allen, d. 1862 ; he was a jeweller and d. Glenville, Minn., June 
12, 1895. No children. 

3134 Orpha,^ b. Aug 17, 1824; d. Londonderry, Mar. 27, 1839. 

3135 Abiel Russell,* b. Windham, Vt., Aug. 30, 1830; m. Elvina R, 

Powell; he was a farmer at Mazomanie, Wis., and d. Jan. 24. 
1863. No children. 
-I-3136 Joseph Clark,* b. Sept. 9, 1832 ; m. ist, Augusta Powell, 2d, Alice 
Ford. 

1799 

Aaron Ingalls,^ {Aaron,^ David,^ Henry, '^ Henry, ^ Henry, '^ 
Ed?nund^), son of Aaron and Jane (Williams) Ingalls, born 
Milton, Vt., Sept. 30, 1793; married Fanny Hopkins. She 
was born Feb. 4, 1790; died Sept. 7, 1885. He was a paper 
manufacturer and died at Milton, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1853. 



170 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

3137 Harriet Sophia,^ b. Bellows Falls, Vt., Feb. 27, 1813 ; d. Ballston 

Spa, N. Y., Jan. 27. 1867; m. Sept. 15, 1831, Horatio N. 
Huckius, d. Apr. 3, 1891. Ch:(i) Edzvard, served three years 
in the Civil War and was killed in a charge after his service 
had expired ; (2) Frances, m. Alfred Johnson, res. Mechanicsville, 
N. Y. Ch: (I) Arthur C; (II) Eva, m. John Inman. (3) 
Emily, m. Marston ; (4) Reuxby, m. Frank Bartholomew, 

res. New Rochelle, N. Y. 

3138 George Washington, 8 b. June 6, 1815; m. Dec. 12, 1836, Almira 

Spencer; he was a paper mill owner at Babylon, L. I.; served 
in the Civil War as captain, and d. Jan. 11, 1873, as results of 
infirmities contracted in the army ; his obituary in the home 
paper reads, "an honest man." Ch : (3138A) Edward,^ who 
served in his father's companv, d. leaving (3138B) Eva,i° d. ; 
(3138C) Theron N.,!'^ d. Babjdon, Mar. 1903. 

3139 Napoleon Bonaparte,* b. June 17, 1818; d. Apr. 11, 1903; m. ist, 

Mar. 2, 1843, Lucinda A. Dake ; m. 2d, Oct. 19, 1850, Martha 
DeWolf Carver, widow of Kirkland, b. May 16, 1827. 

He lived at Holyoke, Mass. Ch : (3140) Alice A.,^ b. Pittsfield, 
Mass., Feb. 26, 1852; m. Nichols, res. New Haven, Conn.; 

(3141) Ella L.,9 b. Nov. 15, 1857; m. Case, res. Avon, 

Conn; (3142) Martha Clarabell,^ b. Springfield, Jan. 11, i860; 
m. Lamb, res. So. Hadley Falls, Mass. Ch : (i) Howard 

C; (2) Bessie Clarabell. (3143) Grace L.,^ b. Apr. 19, 1862 ; m. 
May 27, 1885, Thomas Rand, son of Caleb and Salome (Rand) 
Humeston, b. Dec 2, 1862, he is a bookkeeper at Holyoke. 
No children. 

-+-3144 Daniel Tompkins,* b. May 9, 1820; m. Sally M. Dake. 
3145 Fanny Jane,* b. Jan. 20, 1823; d. Middle Grove, N. Y., Dec. 12, 
1896; m. Mar. 2, 1843, Gideon R. Barber. No children. 

+3146 Aaron Putnam,* b. Nov. 9, 1824; m. ist, Fanny Eighmy, 2d, Mary 
J. Crocker. 

3147 Clarinda Page,* b. Nov. 23, 1826; d. Turner's Falls, Mass., Feb. 8, 

1888; m. Dec. 8, 1851, Henry Putnam, who was superintendent 
of Keith's paper mill, Turner's Falls. She was an active mem- 
ber of the Baptist church. No children. 

3148 Reuxby Ann,* b. Center Rutland, Vt., May 6, 1828; d. Dalton, 

Mass., July 19, 1857. 

3149 Elnora Henderson,* b. Jan. 6, 1830; m. Jan. 14, i860, William 

Warner, d. Detroit, Mich., July i, 1896; she res. Greenfield, 
Mass., and for fifty-four years has been a member of the M. E. 
church. Ch: (i) Grace Ella,h. Dec. 24, 1867; m. Feb. 10, 
1892 ; Asa Curtis Severance, b. Charlotte, Vt., Apr. 23, 1855, he 
is superintendent of the J. Russell Cutlery Co. at Turner's 
Falls, residing at Greenfield. Ch : (I) Warner Edric, b. 
Apr. r, 1894: (II) Mildred Elnora, b. June 19, 1897; (III) 
Grace Marion, b. Oct. 23, 1901. 



1814 

Putnam Ingalls,'' {Isaac,^ Isaac,^ Henry, ^ Henry,* Henry, '^ 
Edmiuid^), son of Isaac and Eunice (Horton) Ingalls, born 
Blue Hill, Me., Aug. 23, 1806; married Lydia Foster, 
daughter of Asa Clough of Blue Hill. She was born Oct. 23, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 171 

1806; died Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 11, 1881. He was a farmer 
and consistent member of the Baptist Church at Blue Hill ; died 
Andover, Mass., June 17, 1878. 

Children : 

3150 Francis Putuam,^ b. Jan. 6, 1830; m. Aurilla Long; he enlisted 
in the Civil War and was killed at Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. 
Ch: (3151) Frank Hartland,'-' b. Oct. 27, 1858; d. 

3152 Augusta Foster,* b. Jan. 15, 1832; d. 1879; m. Apr. i, 1853, Otis 

R. Conary and lived at Lawrence, Mass. 

3153 Zelotus Clough,^ b. June 26, 1835 ; d. July 27, 1848. 

3154 Pearl Oilman,* b. Nov. 15, 1838; m. Mar. 12, 1864, Kate C, 

daughter of David and Dolly (Harrington) Shattuck, b. Wash- 
ington, Me., Oct. 13, 1838; he enlisted in the Civil War, Com- 
pany B, 8th Me. Vols, as sergeant, Sept. 7, 1861, and discharged 
as 1st lieutenant Jan. 19, 1866; marched his company into 
Richmond, was in constant service except about one month in 
the hospital for wounds received at Cold Harbor and Fair 
Oaks. He is a merchant and postmaster at Washington, Me. 
(post office Razorville) has served the town as selectman and 
treasurer for many years, was also Representative to the Legis- 
lature. Ch: (3i55)'lna Josie,» b. Dec. 15, 1865; (3156) Myrtle 
B.,» b. Aug. 25, 1872. 
"I~3i57 James Porter,® b. Feb. 11, 1841 ; m. Ruth C. Emery. 

3158 Mary Bourne,* b. Aug. 10, 1842; m. June 15, 1858, Martin V. 

Hutchins of Brewer, Me. 

3159 Alma,* b. June 29, 1845; ™- Jeremiah Maddox, res. Hilland, 

Mont. 

3160 Alice,* b. June 29, 1845 ; m. William Morse, res. Lawrence, Mass. 

3161 Louisa Merrill,* b. June 1, 1848. 



1826 

Jacob Ingalls,' { Jacob, ^ Isaac,^ Henry, ^ Henry, ^ Henry, '^Ed- 
mund''), son of Jacob and Mary (Pecker) Ingalls, born Blue 
Hill, Me., Sept. 12, 1810; married Aug. 3, 1838, Sarah A., 
daughter of Philip and Sarah (Gilpatrick) Blaisdell. She was 
born Orland, Me., Feb. 15, 181 7. He was a farmer at Bucks- 
port, Me., and died there Jan. 5, 1891. 

Children : 

3162 Mary Josephine,* b. Blue Hill, Oct. 7, 1839; d. Mar. 2, 1900; m. 

William Grindle of Bucksport. Ch : (i) Nina F.; (2) Orlando 
C; (3) Everett C; (4) Harry C; (5) Minnie F.; (6) Annie F.; 
in) Josephine A.; (8) William C. 

3163 Charles Augustus,* b. Oct. 30, 1842 ; m. Leah Stuart of Glouces- 

ter, Mass. Ch. living at Gloucester: (3164) Myra Prindall,^ 
b. Aug. I, 1868 ; m. Frank H. Witham ; (3165) Guy Bruten,^ 
b. May 14, 1875; (3166) Sadie Myrtle,^ b. May 30, 1879; (3167) 
Charles Augustus,^ b. June 4, 1883; (3168) Lillian Gertrude.s 
b. Dec. 8, 1886. 



172 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

3169 Orlando Blaisdell,^ b. Jan. 7, 1845 ; m. 1870, Sarah Silsby, res. 
Orland, Me. Ch : (3170) Josephine F.,* b. 1872; m. Harry 
Cotton; (3171) Izora,^ b. Sept. 10, 1875; (3172) Roy L.,^ b. 
Mar. 27, 1878 ; (3173) Harry S./ b. 1882 ; (3174) Charles O..^ b. 
Sept. 23, 1884. 

3175 Emma Frances,^ b. Orland, Sept. 9, 1850; m. May 31, 1873, Wil- 

liam Douglass of Ellsworth, Me. Ch : (i) Inez Emma, b. 
Bucksport, Me., June 8, 1874; (2) Alfred C, b. May 9, 1877 ; 
(3) Walter Sidney, b. Orland, July, 1879; (4) Essie Wiltner, b. 
Ellsworth, May 30, 1883. 

3176 Ida Ella,* b. May 19, 1855. 



1827 

John Ingalls," {Jacob,^ Isaac,^ Henry,* Henry, ^ Henry, '^ Ed- 
mund^), son of Jacob and Mary (Pecker) Ingalls, born Blue 
Hill, Me., Aug. 16, 1812; married, July 24, 1842, Prudence, 
daughter of James and Elizabeth (Gilpatrick) Dunham. She 
was born Orland, Me., Feb. 22, 182 1. He was a farmer at La- 
grange, Me., Dec. 12, 1895. She resides at Orland. 

Children : 

3177 Gilbert H., 8 b. Jan. 31, 1846; m. 1872, Susan Patterson; he is a 
farmer at Lagrange and a veteran of the Civil War. Ch : 

(3178) Harry Patterson,^ b. July 25, 1877. 

(3179) Guy Eugene,^ b. 1886. 

(3180) Silas Luther,9b. Oct. 1891. 

3181 Josiah,* b. ; served in the Civil War. Lives in California. 

3182 John Edwin, ^ b. Nov. 27, 1850; m. July 4, 1874, Hannah Eliza- 

beth, daughter of Elijah and Hannah (Rice) Peaslee of Jeffer- 
son, Me., b. Oct. 23, 1848; he is a lumber operator at Lagrange. 
Ch: 

(3183) Mattie Lena,^ b. June 30, 1875 ; m. Walter F. Coombs, res. 

Bangor ; she grad. Castine Normal School and was a 
teacher. 

(3184) Fred Palmer,^ b. Mar. 2, 1878; m. May 2, 1901, Alice May 

Home ; he is engaged in the lumber business. Ch : (3185) 
Helene Grace, ^° b. Aug. 21, 1902. 
(3186) Grace May,^ b. July 14, 1880; is agent for a life insurance 
company at Lagrange. 
3187 Mary Abba,* b. ; d. abt. 1872 ; m. Freeman Peaslee of 

Jefferson. 

1828 

Nahum Hinckley Ingalls,'^ (Jacob,^ Isaac,^ Henry,'' Heyiry,^ 
Henry, '^ Edmund^'), son of Jacob and Mary (Pecker) Ingalls, 
born Blue Hill, Me., Oct. 4, 1814; married, Jan. 4, 1840, Abi- 
gail, daughter of Adam and Mary (Stevens) McCaslin. She 
was born Penobscot, Me., Jan. 23, 1820; died Jan. 31, 1886. 




REUBEN IXGALLS. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 173 

He is a retired farmer and mechanic at Blue Hill, and has 
served the town as selectman and Representative to the Legis- 
lature, 

Children : 

3188 Ursula Wilson,* b. Dec. 5, 1840; d. June, 1870; m. Aug. 23, 1862, 

John F. Trundy. Ch : (i) Charles Nahum, b. June 29, 1865 ; (2) 
Katie Maria, b. Nov. 1867; (3) Ursula Florence, b. Dec. 14, 
1869. 

3189 Mary Susan, 8 b. Aug. 19, 1843; m. Nov. 22, 1861, Thomas A. 

Leach of F;ast Orland, Me. Ch : (i) Almond Irving, b. Dec. 8, 
1862 ; (2) Abbie Etta, b. Apr. 4, 1865 ; (3) Ellen Maria, b. Dec. 
7, 1867; (4) Lizzie Dexter, b. June 19, 1870; (5) Nahum 
Ingalls, b. July 27, 1873; {6) Jeiry Littlefield, b. July 2, 1876; 
(7) I\[ary Prudence, b. Feb. 19, 1882. 

3190 Abbie Priscilla,® b. Dec. i, 1845 ; m. Apr. 30, 1864, Allison Gray. 

No children. 

3191 George Franklin,^ b. June 18, 1848; m. May 11, 1867, Louisa 

B. Davis. Ch: (3192) Fannie, 9 b. Feb. 19, 1868; (3193) 
Otis H.,-' b. June 27, 1869; (3194) Frank Wesley,^ b. Sept. 17, 
1878; (3195) Alton Wood.^b. Jan. 1881 ; (3196) Levi Thomp- 
son 9; (3197) Nellie^; (3198) Addie^. 

3199 Edgar Brown, 8 b. Nov. 18, 1850; m. Donnie I. Carter, res. Blue 

Hill. 

3200 Austin Warren,* b. Apr. 26, 1856; m. Velletta E. Emmerton, 

res. Blue Hill. Ch : (3201) John W.,* b. Dec. 14, 1877; (3202) 
George W.,^ b. Feb. 26, 1879. 

3203 Ann Elizabeth Dexter,* b. Apr. 26, 1856; d. Apr. 16, 1883; m. 

Dec. I, 1872, James Fred Coombs. Ch : {i) Jennie Iugalls,h. 
Oct. 13, 1873. 

3204 Otis Henry, ^ b. Apr. 8, 1859; d. Jan. 7, 1861. 



1832 

Reuben Ingalls,' {Reuben,^ Ebenezer,^ Francis,* He7iry,* 
He7i7'y,' Edjnimd^), son of Reuben and Rebecca (Wormstead) 
Ingalls, born Bridgton, Me., June 19, 1798; married, first, 
Dec. II, 1823, Elizabeth Myrick, daughter of William and 
Sarah (Kimball) Emerson. She was born May 28, 1805 ; died 
I^ewiston, Me., Dec. 27, 1852. Married, second, Ruby Addi- 
TON of Greene, Me. He was a merchant, constable and tax 
collector at Bridgton ; hotel-keeper at Harrison ; moved to 
Auburn, Me., where he kept a general store for many years, 
and was a deacon and life-long member of the Methodist church. 
He was a remarkable man in many w^ays, and it is said he never 
was seen in anger. His hair, which was curly, did not turn 
gray until he was past seventy, and at ninety-five it was nearly 
a foot in length. He never had a tooth extracted or saw a sick 
day and died peacefully, from old age, July 3, 1892. 



174 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children, born Bridgton : 

^20s Charles Freedom,^ b. Sept. 5, 1825 ; in. Amanda M.. daughter of 
Luther and Dollv (Caldwell) Carman of Bridgton, Me.; he was 
a merchant at Auburn, Me. until 1872 ; moved to Portland and 
engaged in the clothing business, retiring about 1895, and d. 
Decriug, Me., Feb. 27, 1901, where his widow resides. Ch : 
(3206) Charles Luther, ^ b. Feb. 18, 1849; m. Marietta, daughter of 
Pardon Dexter of Lewiston ; he is a machinist and farmer, 
li\4ng at Scarboro, Me. Ch : (3207) Harry Ralph, " b. 
Dec. 25, 1872. 
(3208) Edward Mason,^ b. Aug. 4, 1861 ; d. 1896; n. m. 
32oq Eliza Jane, 8 b. May 20, 1832; m. May 23, 1854, Josiah, son of 
Winthrop and Sarah (Gile) Burleigh, b. Effingham, N. H., 
Feb. I, 1823; was a clothing merchant at Le^Hston and Port- 
land; d. Deering, Me., May 20, 1892; she res. Providence, 

(i) ' Charles, h. Lewiston, Feb. 26, 1855; m. Nov. 12, 1879, Sarah 
F., daughter of Enoch G. and Sarah (Loveitt) Willard, b. 
Feb. 24, 1857 ; the compiler olthis work ; grad. Bowdoin 
College 1891, M. D., having previously been engaged in 
the w^holesale fish business at Portland, located at Saco, 
Me., moving to Maiden, Mass. in 1894; is a specialist in 
chronic and nervous diseases at Boston ; compiler of the 
Burleigh, Guild Gile and Ingalls genealogies ; was member 
of Portland City Council, supervisor of schools at Saco. Ch: 
(I) Charles R.\ndall, b. May 28, 1883; student Mass. 
Inst. Tech.; (II) Will-^RD Gile, b. July 16, 1894. 

(2) Henry Hoivard, b. Sept. 27, 1856; d. 1894; m. Nellie D. 

Bridgham of Buckfield, Me. Ch : (I) S.^rah Lida, b. 
Dec. 16, 1880; is a kindergarten teacher; (II) Emerson 
Cecil, b. 1885. 

(3) Sarah Elizabeth, b. Dec. 16, 1862; d. 1865. 

(4) Fred Albert, b. June 6, 1863 ; d. Dec. 29, 1870. 

(5) Winthrop Ridgeley, b. Sept 11, 1873; m. Agnes Shaw; he is 

engaged in the insurance business at Providence, R. I. 
Ch : (I) Howard Shaw, b. 1900. 



1833 

EbENEZER Ingalls,' (Reuben,^ Ebenezcr,'' Francis,* Henry, ^ 
Henry, "^ Edmund^), son of Reuben and Rebecca (Wormstead) 
Ingalls, born Bridgton, Me., May 4, 1800; married Irene 
Gray. She was born 1806. He was a farmer at Bridgton and 
died there Oct. 11, 1864. 

Children : 

3210 Frances M.,^ b. Jvme 24, 1821 ; d. 1893; m. Fitz W. Tarr of Rock- 

port, Mass. 

3211 Lyman,*^ b. Oct. 17, 1825; d. Dec. 3, 1828. 

3212 Augusta,^ b. Aug. 15, 1833; d. Aug. 31, 1833. 

3213 Augusta.8 b. Jan. 12, 1834 ; m. Edward A. Gibbs of Bridgton. 

3214 Mary Bowdoin, » b. Sept. 12, 1836; m. Benjamin L., son of Benja- 

min and Jerusha L. (Lewis) Cleaves of Bridgton; he went to 
Chicago, 111., was a coroner and sheriff of Cook Co., died there. 
Ch: (i) Ellen Frances, b. Oct. 1869; (2) Benjamin Charles, b. 



POSTERITY OF KDMUND INGAIJ.S, OF LYNN. 175 

Oct. 1870; d ; (3) Arthur Marshall, b. Feb. 11, 1872; (4) 

Richard Eugene, b. Mar. 9, 1873, res. Bridgton ; (5) Irene 
Ingalls, b. Aug. 12, 1874 ; (6) Lincoln Lewis, b. Mar. 10, 1877 ; (7) 
Pirnliss Boivdoin, b. July 11, 1879. 

3215 Charles L-,* b. Dec. 3, 1839; d. Aug. 23, 1864; m. Fannie Seavey. 

3216 Reuben, 8 b. Jiily 7, 1843; d. Feb. 28, 1849. 

3217 Marshall, 8 b. Dec. 7, 1847; m. Clara Choate. 



1835 

Benjamin Ingai^ls,' {Reuben,^ Ebenezer° Francis,'^ Henry, ^ 
He7irv,^ Edmund^), son of Reuben and Rebecca (Wormstead) 
Ingalls, born Bridgton, Me., Feb. 28, 1804: married, Nov. 19, 
1829, his cousin, Mary Homan. She was born Marblehead, 
Mass., July 14, 1808; died Lynn, Aug. 17, 1897. He went 
from Bridgton to Lynn, then was a farmer at Dayton, Me., and 
died there Feb. 26, 1887. 

Children : 

3218 Caroline Augusta, ^ b. June 29, 1830. 

3219 Lyman, 8 b. Apr. 19, 1832; m. ist, Sept. 1857, Mary E. Fairbanks, 

b. Aug. 23, 1838; d. Mar. 28, 1871 ; m. 2d, June 4, 1882, Ella J. 
Lewis ; he was in business at Nashua, N. H.; now res. at Lynn, 
Mass. Ch : (3220) Frank Muuroe,^ b. Nashua, N. H., June 12, 
1862; m. Oct. 28, 1882, Bertha E., daughter of Clark and Sally 
Frazier, b. Feb. 9, 1864; he is a draughtsman, formerly at 
Nashua, now in the emplov of the government at New York 
Citv. Ch: (3221) Clara Fa'irbanks.io b. Dec. 10, 1886. 

3222 Mary' Ellen, 8 b. Feb. 7, 1834; m. Dec. 20, 1858, John Alley, 5th, 

of Lynn. No children. 

3223 Rebecca Flint,* b. Mar. 20, 1836 ; m. Apr. 1858, Charles Huston 

of Lyman, Me. Ch : (1) James Milton, m. Fanny Fogg; (2) 
Benjamin; {i) Frank. 

3224 Samuel,^ b. Apr. 11, 1838; m. ist, Aug. i, 1859, Jane Eliza Crosby 

of Lynn, b. June i. 1839; d. Nov. 17, 1878; m. 2d, Rachel F., 
daughter of Maiten and Mary (Forrester) Summers, b. July 20, 
1852 ; he is a box-maker at Lynn. Ch : 
(3225) Charles Everett,^ b. Sept. 23,1860; m. Oct. 31, 1889, Annie 
Alice, daughter of Angus and Margaret (Macdonald) 
Beaton, b. Pictou, N. S., July 24, i860; he is a shoecutter 
at Lynn. Ch : (3226) Samuel Benjamin, ^^b. Apr. 23, 1896 ; 
(3227) Caroline Lee.^'^ b. Oct. 27, 1895; d. Apr. 23, 1896. 
(3228) Inez Mabel,^ b. Apr. 3, 1875. 

3229 Angeline,^ b. Mar. 21, 1840; d. Aug. 2, 1849. 

3230 Frances Johnson, ^ b. July 8, 1842 ; d. Aug. 7, 1849. 

3231 Benjamin Franklin, » b. Nov. 5, 1844; served in the Civil War 

and d. Carrollton, La., Mar. 5, 1863. 

32^2 Sarah Maria,* b. May 2, 1847; m. May I, 1873, Joseph R. San- 
born, res. Lvnn. Ch : {\) Arthur Roscoe, b. July 3, 1876; (2) 
Chester Garfield, b. Aug. 22, 1881. 

3233 Roscoe Homan,* b. Jan. 17, 185 1 ; m. Annie Smith of Lyman, 
Me,; he lives at Lynn. Ch : (3234) Shirley P .« 



176 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1836 

Joseph Lindsay Ingalls," {Reubeyi,^ Ebenezcr,^ Francis," 
Henty,^ He?irj\' Edmund^) son of Reuben and Rebecca. (Worm- 
stead) Ingalls, born Bridgton, April 23, 1806 ; married, Dec. 6, 
1836, Amanda Church Hai,e. She was born at Denmark, 
Me., May 9, 1814; died June i, 1879. He was a farmer at 
Bridgton, is now retired, and the oldest man living in that sec- 
tion. 

Children : 

3235 George Burroughs,^ b. Oct. 25, 1837 ; served in the Civil War and 

was killed in battle at Spottsylvania, Va., May 12, 1864. 

3236 Julia Amanda,^ b. Apr. 30, 1840; m. Horace Record of Bridgton, 

res. Somerville, Mass. Ch : (i) Eugene; (2) Mary, d. ; 

(3) Gertrude, d. 

3237 Eleanor Curtis,^ b. Jan. 28, 1843; n. m., res. Bridgton. 

3238 Owen Burnham.^b. Nov. 4, 1844; m. ist, Jan. 3, 1870, Olive Amelia 

Scott of Scottsmore, Canada; d. 1882; m. 2d, Elizabeth Staley, 
b. Leeds, Eng., Aug. 24, 1867 ; he is a farmer on the homestead 
at Bridgton. Ch : (3239) Linton Pettis, ^ b. May 24, 1872; 
(3240) Stella Ethel,9b. Oct. 21, 1876; (3241) Edna Gertrude,^ 
b. Oct. 15, 1887. 

3242 Austin Perley,^ b. May 7, 1847; d. Aug. 24, 1851. 

3243 Alonzo Joseph,^ b. Jan. 23, 1851 ; d. Oct. 13, 1875. 

3244 Eliza Merrick, 8 b. Feb. 26, 1855. 

3245 Annie Bell,^ b. Nov. 27, i860. 



1840 

Nathan Ingalls," {Nathan,^ Francis,^ Francis," He?ijy,^ 
Henry ^^ Edmnnd^), son of Nathan and Phebe (Griffin) Ingalls, 
born Bridgton, Me., Feb. 9,1779 ; married Charlotte Leighton 
of Steuben, Me. She died age eighty-three. He was a farmer at 
Steuben, moved to Stockton, Me., and died there 183 1. 

Children : 

3246 Priscilla,^ b. 1809; d. 1874; m. Daniel Smith, had nine children. 

3247 Harriet,^ d. age fifteen. 

3248 Nelson,^ b. July 15, 1814; d. Machias, Feb. 12, 1879; m. Susan A. 

Clark, had no children. 

3249 Charles,^ b. 1819; d. East Machias, 1852; m. and had (3250) 

Charles,^ lives Minn.; (3251) Viola, ^ d. 

3252 Mary Elizabeth,^ b. 1822 ; m. Archibald Larrabee, had five chil- 

dren. 

3253 Nathan Bradshaw,^ b. Machiasport, Sept. 10, 1826; m. Mar. 31, 

1850, Hannah Jane, daughter of Benjamin and Hannah (Col- 
beth) Clark, b. Machiasport, Apr. 12, 1831 ; he is a master 
mariner at Machiasport, (post office Larrabee). Ch : (3254) 
Abbie Alice,^ b. June 8, 1851; m. Charles H. Palmer; no chil- 
dren ; (3255) Melissa Agnes,-' b. Aug. 5, 1853 ; d. Aug. 26, 1853 ; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNX. HT 

(3256) Clara Agnes, ^ b. Aug. 31, 1856 ; m. Charles L. Larrabee ; 
no children; (3257) Angle Eudora,^ b. Sept. 6, 1864; m. Bert 
Clark. 
3258 George Jackson,* b. 1829; m. ; is a farmer at Marshlield, 

Me. Ch : C3259) Lizzie,^ m. Thompson of Machiasport ; 

(3260) Augustus, 3 d. ; (3261) Ezra Jackson,^ res. Marshfield. 

3262 Charlotte Augusta,^ b. 1831 ; m. Timothy Clark, had three chil- 

dren. 

1846 

Charles Ingalls," {Nathan,^ Francis,^ Francis,'' Henry,^ 
Hcnry,"^ Edmund^), son of Nathan and Phebe (Griffin) Ingalls, 
born at Bridgton, Me., June 30, 1782; married Louisa, 
daughter of Robert Moore of Steuben, Me. She was born Aug. 
15, 1788; died Waterville, Me., Oct. 13, 1870. He was a farmer 
at Steuben from 1808 to 1827, then Waterville until his death 
Aug. ID, 1850. 

Children : 

3263 Amelia Shackford,^ b. July 6, 1809; d. Dec. 10, 1902. 
+3264 Samuel Moore, *> b. Oct. 6, 1810 ; m. Silvina P. Wing. 

3265 Louisa Elmeda,* b. June 15, 1814 ; d. \Vater\-ille, Me.; n. m. 

3266 William Henry,* b. June 14, 1816; d. Aug. 21, 1875; m. Mary 

Ann Moore; he lived at Steuben, Me. Ch : (3267) Marj' L.,^ 
b. Sept. 20, 1851; d. Aug. 21, 1853; (3268) Robert Moore, ^ b. 
Fairfield, Me., July 24, 1853 ; m. Sept. 6, 1885, Mary E., daugh- 
ter of Augustus M. and Lovina L. (Merrill) Ayer of Dover, Me.; 
he is a merchant tailor at Foxcroft, Me. Ch : (3269) Lovina 
Agnes, 10 b. July 3, 1885. (3270) Florence May,'' b. May 13, 
1861 ; d. Apr. 3, 1862 ; (3271) Charles William," b. Dexter, Me.. 
May 22, 1863 ; he is a tailor at Foxcroft; n. m.; (3272) Maude"; 
(3273) Louisa," b. Sept. 19, 1866; d. Sept. 26, 1867; (3274) Clara 
M.," m. Erastus T. Munroe, dealer in horses at Foxcroft. 

3275 Robert Andrews,* b. Jan. 28, 1821 ; d. 

3276 Charlotte Elizabeth,* b. Sept. 14, 1824 ; d. 

3277 Amanda Maria,* b. Feb. 4, 1830; d. 

3278 Charles Hannibal,* b. Mar. 16, 1832; d. 

1868 

Stevens Ingalls,^ {Isaiah*' Francis,^ Francis,* Hcnry,^ 

He7iry,- Ednnmd'^) , son of Isaiah and Esther (Stevens) Ingalls, 

born Bridgton, Me., Feb. 28, 1778; married Rebecca Kil- 

BORN. He was a farmer at Harrison, ISIe., and died Dec. 26, 

1851. 

Children, born Harrison ; 

3279 Mary,* b. Feb. 26, 1803; d. Dec. 1840. 

-I-3280 Ezra Thorns,* b. Jan. 1806; m. Louisa M. Mayberry. 

3281 Abigail*. 

3282 PHizabeth*. 

3284 Huldah,* b. Mar. 1813. 

3285 Ruth*. 



178 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1869 

FrancIvS IngalLvS,' {Isaiah,^ FrancisJ' Francis,* Henry, ^ Heti- 
ry,"^ Edmund''), son of Isaiah and Phebe (Curtis) Ingalls, born 
Bridgton, Me., Sept. 3, 1784; married Wenham, Mass., June 
17, 1809, Betsey White. She was born Salem, Mass., June 
26, 1785; died Portland, Me., Apr. 25, 1872. He was a farmer, 
moved to Portland and died there Sept. 18, 1854. 

Children, born Bridgton : 

3286 Martha B.,* b. Oct. 28, 1809. 

3287 Almeda Curtis, ^ b. Oct. 23, 181 1 ; d. Nov. 26, 1853. 

3288 Albion Tapley,» b. Nov. 6, 1814. 

3289 Isaiah,^ b. Sept. 4, 1816 ; m. Portland, Aug. 17, 1845, Sarah 

Webster, daughter of Joseph and Anna J. (Harford) Milliken, 
b. Denmark, Me., Sept. 7, 1826; he is retired, li^^ng at Port- 
land. Ch : 

(3290) Clara Augusta,^ b. May 7, 1847 ; d. Jan. 24, 1873. 

(3291) Charles Francis,^ b. Mar. 26, 1849. 

(3292) Eva Florence,^ b. Dec. 5, 1852; d. Nov. 26, 1757. 

(3293) Fred Milliken,^ b. Oct. 30, 1855; m. Aug. 15, 1882, Jennie G. 

Stephenson ; he is a bookkeeper at Portland. Ch : (3294) 
Charles Alfred, 10 b. Aug. 8, 1883. 

(3295) Kate Wentworth,^ b. Apr. 7, 1857; m. George W. Ingalls. 

(3296) Jennie Merrill, ^ b. Apr. 9, 1862; d. Nov. 5, 1865. 

(3297) Annie White, ^ b. May 27, 1868; d. Oct. 30, 1889. 

3298 Newell, 8 b. Sept. 17, 1818; d. Oct. 30, 1889; m. Sarah C. Barnes, 
b. Portland, 1820, d. So. Natick, Mass., June, 1884. Ch : 
(3299) Charles Hersey,^ b. Aug. 19, 1843 ; he is a merchant tailor at 
Syracuse, N. Y. Ch : (3300) Argsette,!*^ ; (3301) Hazel i*^. 

(3302) Cornelius Barnes,^ b. July 18, 1845 ; d. 

(3303) George Warren,^ b. June 17, 1847; m. Oct. 21, 1885; Kate 

W. Ingalls ; he is postmaster at vSo. Natick, Mass. 

(3304) Frank Newell,^ b. May 15, 1849; d. Worcester, Mass., 1889. 

(3305) Adelaide,^ b. Nov. 10, 1853; m. Nov. 19, 1872, George H. 

Williams, d. Ch: (i) HoTvard Neivell, b. June 17, 1875; 
d. Jan. 17, 1900. 

(3306) Walter Bartlett,^ b. Dec. 26, 1861 ; m. Feb. 2, 1887 ; Henrietta 

Georke, b. So. Natick, Oct. 14, 1868; he d. So. Natick, 
Mar. 1901. Ch : (3307) Marion Louise,!'^ b. Dec, 5, 1887 ; 
(3308) Helen Adelaide, ^'^ b. Aug. 18, 1892 ; (3309) Margu- 
erite Sarah, 1° b. July 12, 1894; (3310) Dorothy Hazel, i" b. 
Feb. 19, 1898; (3311) Charles Howard Newell, ^o b. Aug. 
14, 1900; (3312) Walter Georke, b. Oct. 15, 1901. 

3313 Elizabeth,* b, Apr. 2, 1821, 

3314 Charles Francis,* b. Sept. 9, 1829 ; d. Nov. 3, 1837. 

1870 

Isaiah Ingalls," {Isaiah,^ Francis,^ Francis,* Henry, '^ Henry, "^ 
Edmund^), son of Isaiah and Phebe (Curtis) Ingalls, born 
Bridgton, Me., June 5, 1787; married Sophia PkrIvEy. He 
was a farmer at Bridgton, and died there May 19, 1841. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF TYNN. 1"9 

Children, born Bridgton : 

3315 Louisa A.,^ b. July 3, 1810, d. Jan. i, 1850. 

3316 Frederick P.,** b. Jan. 27, 1812; m. Portland, Me., Dec. 18, 1834, 

Frances Ann Berry ; he was a printer at Portland ; went to 
Boston and was for several years on the police force and em- 
ployed on private detective work ; for many years he was an 
officer in the Municipal Court, had (3317) Frederick C," who is 
now clerk of the Municipal Court. 

3320 Sophia,^ b. Aug. i, 1816. 

3321 JamesP.,^b. Aug. 14, 1825. 

3322 George H.,^ b. Aug. 17, 1832. 



1880 

Aaron Ingalls," {Phineas^^ Frayicis,^ Francis,'' Henry,^ 
Henry ^~ Edmund^), son of Phineas and Elizabeth (vStevens) In- 
galls, born Andover, Mass., Sept. 20, 1784; married Sarah, 
daughter of Elias and Jane (Stiles) Berry. She was born An- 
dover, Feb. II, 1787; died Denmark, Me., Mar. 5, 1880. He 
was a farmer at Denmark, and died there Nov. 4, 1858. 

Children : 

3325 Elizabeth Jane,^ b. Jan. 21, 181 1 ; m. Sept. 26, 1833, Edmund P. 

To well, b. Aug. 27, 1804. Ch : (i) Theodore Ingalls, b. Dec. 
12, 1834; (2) James Ne7i'io)i, b. Oct. 17, 1836; d. Dec. 21, 1837; 
(3) Jane Elizabeth, b. Dec. 9, 1839; d. July 6, 1842; (4) Mal- 
vina, b. May 16, 1842; d. June 17, 1842; (5) Margery Stone, b. 
May 16, 1842 ; d. July 9, 1842 ; (6) Oscar, b. June 30, 1843. 

3326 Sarah Elvia,^ b. Dec. 23, 1813 ; d. Dec. 1874; m. Nov. 17, 1836, 

Franklin Gibbs of Bridgton, b. Feb. 2, 1804 ; d. July 24, 1848. Ch : 
(i) Owen Burnham, b. Sept. 29, 1838; d. Oct. 11, 1886; (2) 
Octavia, b. June 5, 1841 ; d. Aug. 1864; (3) Emelinc, b. Oct. 4, 
1843; (4) Aaron I., b. Sept. 23, 1845; d. Apr. 20, 1848. 

3327 Aaron Stevens,* b. Sept. 3, 181 7; d. Oct. 8, 181 7. 

3328 Malvina,* b. Sept. 20, 1818; m. Jan. 10, 1846, Nathaniel Head. 

Ch : {\) James Albert, b. Apr. 8, 1847; (2) Abigail, b. Jan. 18, 

1853- 

3329 Abigail Ann,* b. Feb. 20, 1821 ; d. June 4, 1848; m. Dec. 29, 1842, 

Samuel Andrews, 2d, d. Portland, Me., Feb. 26, i860. Ch : (i) 
Ahniva, b. Bridgton, Me., Nov. i, 1843 ; (2) Julia Augusta, b. 
Nov. 29, 1846; d". Feb. 7, 1890; m. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 1869, 
Sylvester H. Hall, b. Burke, Vt., Apr. i, 1841 ; he is a farmer 
at Winnebago City, Minn. Ch : (I) ElbridGE Gerrv, b. Apr. 
16, 1866; (U) Ira Dennison, b. June 29, 1868; (III) vSvlvester 
HuRLBUT, b. Apr. 16, 1874; (IV) Samuel Andrews, b. June 
28, 1876; (V) CosTELLO Weston, b. Nov. 14, 1881 ; (VI) Rose 
Calista, b. Feb. i, 1884; (VII) Harley Morse, b. Mar. 11, 
1887. (3) , m. Rev. Costello Weston, res. W. Mt. Vernon, 

Me. Ch: (I) Ralph, res. St. Paul, Minn. ; (II) Alfred, res. 
St. Paul ; (III) Clara, res. Hammondton, N. J. 
+3330 Edmund Phineas,* b. May 8, 1823 ; m. Mehitabel Warren, 



180 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1881 



Asa Ingalls/ {Phhieas,'' Francis,^ Francis," Hemy,'' Henry, ^ 
Edmtind^), son of Phineas and Elizabeth (Stevens) Ingalls, born 
Bridgton, Me., Jan. 14, 1787; married, June 25, 1816, Phebe, 
daughter of Elias and Jennie (Stiles) Berry. She was born An- 
dover, Mass., Mar. 14, 1792; died Aug. 31, 1864. He was a 
farmer at Bridgton, and died there Feb. 19, 1852. 

Children, born Bridgton : 

3331 Clarissa,^ b. May 27, 1817; d. Nov. 3, 1842 ; m. Jan. 25, 1840, John 

P. Perlev. No children. 

3332 Henry, ^ b.' Mar. 14, 1819; m. ist, Nov. 19, 1849, Susan, daughter 

of Alexander Johnson, d. Mar. 14, 1852; m. 2d, Mary, daughter 
of Ebenezer Farley ; he was a prominent lawyer at Wiscasset, 
Me., held many town offices and Representative to the Legisla- 
ture; was appointed state commissioner to the World's Fair; 
d. Dec. 10, 1896. Ch: (3333) ^iary Johnson,^ b. Aug. 25, 1850; 
d. Apr. 23, 1891 ; (3334) Grace,^ b. Aug. 5, 1865; m. Godfrey 
P. Farley, res. Wiscasset. 
3335 Edwin Phineas,^ b. 1821 ; d. 1828. 
4-3-^36 Da^^\-in,8 b. Julv 11, 1822 ; m. Mary J. Patrick. 

3337 Marv,^ b. June 28, 1824; d. Jan. 27, 1898; m. Apr. 1854, Benjamin 

Burt Frost, d. July 16, 1902. Ch : (i) Ella May, b. So. Bridg- 
ton, Sept. 6, 1855; m. Oct. 23, 1886, John Snyder, res. Tacoma, 
Wash. Ch : (I) Mary Frost ; (II) Frost. (2) Clara Putnam, 
b. Chillicothe, O., Aug. 5, 1857; d. North Bend, O., Sept. 10, 
1888 ; m. Oct. 16, 1879, Willard Austin, son of Austin P. and 
Esmeralda (Sprague), Story, b. Medford, Mass., Oct. 2, 1856. 
Ch: (I) Willard Frost. (3) Ed,£car Asa, b. July 14. 1862, 
res. Chehalis. Wash.; (4) Annie Smii/i. b. Mar. 3, 1868; m. 
Jan. 19, 1893, Willard Austin Story ; he is a railroad contractor, 
bank director and president of the street railroad at Chillicothe. 
Ch: (I) Benjamin Sprague, b. Dec. 24, 1893. 

3338 Aaron Horatio, ^ b. 1826 ; d. 1828. 

3339 Laura Berry ,8 b. May 23, 1830; m. Edwin Foster Fessenden, b. 

Mar. 18, 1828; d. So. Bridgton, Mar. 30, 1877; she res. Bridg- 
ton. Ch : (i) Frank Palmer, b. June 10, 1858 ; d. Feb. 25, 1882 ; 
m. June 22, 1878, Ida Frances March of So. Bridgton. Ch : (I) 
LoTHROP Edwin, b. Julv 25, 1879; (II) Addie Laura, b. Aug. 
6, 1881 ; d. Sept. 12, 1882. (2) Addie May, b. Aug. 17, i860; d. 
Sept. 21, 1865; (3) Myra Loretta, b. Aug. 15, 1862; d. Sept. 14, 
1865: (4) Clara Pigalls,h.^a-a.. 21, 1870; d. Dec. 17, 1871 ; (5) 
Fied Lincoln, b. Sept. 7, 1873; m. Oct. 5, 1898, vStella May, 
daughter of George S. and Margaret (Schatzman) Blaney of 
Madison\-ille, O., b. Oct. 9, 1877; he is a railroad agent at 
Chillicothe. Ch : (I) Willard Blaney, b. Nov. 10, 1900. 

3340 Aldana Theodore,* b. Dec. 5, 1833; d. Oct. 30, 1852. 

3341 Phineas Berry,* b. Mar. 21, 1840; m. Mary .A.llison ; he was one 

of the first officials of the Cincinnati and IMarietta railroad, 
being road master and superintendent of bridges and buildings, 
also purchasing agent, later engaged in railroad building and 
mining in Montana; d. Helena, Feb. 14, 1895; widow res. 
Chillicothe. Ch : 
(3342) Henry Allison, ^ b. Chillicothe, Jan. 11, 1869; m. Chicago, 
Nov. I, 1900, Barbara, daughter of Valentine and Julia 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNX. 181 

(Market) Stanbach, b. Montana, Dec. 7, 1874; he was ist 
lieutenant and assistant surgeon in the vSpanish War, 
now a surgeon and professor of surgery at the Cincinnati 
Polychinic. Ch : (3343) Phineas Haney,^'' b. Nov. 16, 
1901. 
(3344) Nora,^ b. Oct. 21, 1870; d. Mar. 16, 1893. 

1885 

Phineas IngallS," {Phineas,'''' Francis,^ Francis,* Henry,* 
Hen}-}\^ Edfnund^), son of Phineas and Elizabeth (Stevens) In- 
galls, born Bridgton, Me., Dec. 22, 1797; married, Mar. 19, 
1845, Ruth Huston, daughter of Samuel and Nancy (Mosher) 
Elder. She was born Gorham, Me., July 11, 1815. He was a 
physician at Gorham, and died there Feb. 24, 1858. 

Children : 

3345 Nancy Elizabeth,* b. Feb. 25, 1847 ; d. Feb. 26, 1847. 

3346 Francis, 8 b. July 7, 1848 ; d. July 8, 1848. 

3347 Frederick,*!). May 10, 1850; d. May 11, 1850. 

3348 Phineas Henry, * b. Apr. 18, 1856; m. May 13, 1885, Mary Helen, 

daughter of Joseph W. and Josephine E. (Coffing) Beach, b. 
Hartford, Conn., July 12, 1861 ; he grad. A. B., Bowdoin Col- 
lege, 1877; received degree of A. M., 1885; attended Maine 
Medical School two terms and grad.. College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, N. Y., 1880; commenced practice at Hartford, Conn., 
in 1882, is a member of the city and state medical societies, 
American Gyneacological Society ; has been gyneacologist to 
the Hartford Hospital since 1884, and many of his articles de- 
scribing operations have been published in the leading medical 
journals. He was assistant surgeon Connecticut National 
Guard 1883, adjutant 1884, brigade inspector 1890; is now in 
practice at Hartford. Ch : (3349) Phineas,^ b. June 10, 1886; 
d. June 13, 1886. 

1913 

Francis Ingalls,^ {Jonathan,^ Fra7icis,^ Francis,'' Heyiry,^ 
Henry ^^ Edmund'^), son of Jonathan and Sarah (Berry) Ingalls, 
born Andov^er, Mass., Aug. 18, 1793; married Elizabeth 
Barker Foster. He was a farmer at North Andover, Mass., 
and died there Nov. 9, 1850. 

Children : 

3350 George Francis,* b. Mar. 4, 1818. 

-I-3351 Charles Nathan,* b. July 9, 1820; m. ist, Hannah J. Abbott, 2d, 
Mary J. Morse. 

3352 Hiram' A.,* b. 1822; d. Feb. 19, 1824. 

3353 Sarah Foster,* b. 1824; d. Aug. 1887; m. Charles F. Johnson. 

3354 John Edward,* b. Apr. 29, 1826. 

3355 Henry A.,* d. Sept. 29, 1834. 

3356 William Stephen,* b. Jan. i, 1833, lives at No. Andover. 



182 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1930 

Elias Theodore Ingalls," {Theodore,^ Francis^" Fra?ids,'^ 
Hc?i7y,^ He7iry,'^ Edmund^), son of Theodore and Ruth (Flint) 
Ingalls, born Middleton, Mass., Oct. 7, 1810; married Eliza, 
daughter of Samuel and Betsey (Cogswell) Chase. She was 
born Portsmouth, N. H., Mar. 15, 1812 ; died Dec. 7, 1892. He 
entered Bradford Academy with the intention of preparing for 
the ministry, his health failing, the plan was relinquished and 
he entered business at Haverhill. In i860 he engaged in the 
manufacture of shoes, being one of the first to do so by machin- 
ery ; he perfected the first practical machine for sole cutting, 
but failed to reap the profits due him from neglect to press 
claims for infringement of the patent. Among his other inven- 
tions was a self-regulating steam heating apparatus and a ma- 
chine for burnishing edges of shoes. In 1865 he opened a 
wholesale shoe business at Ivouisville, Ky., but in a few years 
retired and returned to Haverhill. He was tall, erect, and of 
a military bearing, of grave demeanor, but with a kindly 
nature, a strong sense of humor, and fondness for literature. 
In politics he was independent, and in his last j-ears a strong 
democrat. Public office had no attraction for him, but he was a 
staunch Congregationalist, a deacon and activ-e member of that 
church. He died at Haverhill. 

Children : 

"f"3357 John James, ^ b. Dec. 29, 1833; m. Anna L. Cheseborough. 

3358 Annie Jaue,^ b. Aug. 31, 1835; m. Apr. 26, i860, Samuel N., son 

of Samuel N. and Maria (Trow) Dyer, b. Boston, Sept. 4, 1835; 
is now auditor at the Boston Custom House. Ch : (i) George 
dishing, b. Feb. 4, 1861 ; he has (I) Harold Ingalls, b. Dec. 
24, 1883. (2) 3Taria Troiv, b. Oct. 17, 1863. 

3359 Robert Morris,* b. June 26, 1837 ; he was engaged in the whole- 

sale shoe business at Louis^■ille, Ky.; went to Boston and 
became president of the Standard Fire Escape Co.; d. Boston, 
1902, leaA-ing widow and several children. 

3365 Betsey Cogswell,* b. Oct. 1839: d. 1841. 

3366 Charles Albert,* b. 1841 ; is a travelling salesman at Lynn, Mass. 

3367 Francis Theodore,* b. Jan. 3, 1844; grad. Williams College, 1864; 

studied theologj' at Princeton College, and grad. Andover the- 
ological Seminary 1870 ; ordained to the Congregational minis- 
try, held pastorates in Kansas at Olanthe, Atchinson, and 
Emporia ; was regent of the Kansas State University ; trustee 
of Washburn College ; received the degree of D. D. from Wil- 
liams and Washburn Colleges ; travelled extensively in the 
holy land, elected president of Dewey College, Springfield, Mo, 
1887, and died there Aug. 5, 1892. 

3368 Sumner Lee,* b. Feb. 1846, res. Augusta, Ark. 

3369 Charlotte Eliza,* b. Aug. 31, 1849; ^- 1850. 

3370 Clara Perley,* b. Aug. 31, 1850. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 183 

1933 

Spofford Ingalls," {Asa,*^ Francis,^ Francis,'^ Heniy,^ Hot- 
rj','^ Edmund^), son of Asa and Mary (Kstes) Ingalls, born 
Bridgton, Me., July 7, 1796; married, first, I^ydia Morrison, 
who died Mar. 20, 1847. Married, second, June 25, 1848, So- 
phronia WiTHAM. She was born 1812 : died Nov. 29, 1850. 
Married, third, Dec. 1857, Tamson Witham. He was a farmer 
at Bridgton, moved to Harrison in 1848. 

Children, by Lydia Morrison : 

3371 Davis L.,^b. Nov. 13, 1823; m. Nov. 10, 1S46, Lydia A. Newcomb, 
b. Apr. I, 1826; d. Mar. 19, 1901 ; lie is a farmer at Bridgton. 
Ch: (3^72) Granville B-.^b. Mar. 10, 1848; d. Mar. 20, 1854; 
(3373) Herbert D.,^ b. Mar. 9, 1859; m. May 28, 1881, Mabel 
Thompson, res. Bridgton. Ch : (3374) Fannie M..^"^ b. Aug. 26, 
1887. 

3375 Sarah Jane,^ b. Apr. 12, 1825; d. Feb., 1864; m. 1848, Miles 

Morrison. 

3376 Theodore,* b. Aug. 26, 1827; d. May 2, 1887; m. ist, Apr. 6, 

1854, Amanda, daughter of Alfred and Huldah (Kilborn) 
Ingalls; m. 2d, Jan. 26, 1868, Mary Ann (Burnham) Kilborn, 
b. Apr. II, 1822; d. Nov. 23, 1901. Ch : (3377) Mary Frances,^ 
b. May 3, 1856. 
3378 Aaron Horatio,* b. Feb. 24, 1829 ; m. Mar. 30, 1854, Martha Jane 
Usher, b. Cornish, Me., Dec. 29, 1838; he is a farmer on the 
homestead. Ch : 

(3379) Clara Harriet,^ b. Aug. 15, 1856; m. Feb. 4, 1877, Benjamin 

Austin Whitney, b. Aug. 5, 1854 ; is a farmer at Harrison. 
Ch : (i) Frank Horatio, b. Dec. 29, 1881 ; d. Apr. 30, 1888; 

(2) Merton Ingalls, b. July 29, 1886; d. May i, 1888; 

(3) Raymond Prentice, b. July 15, 1892. 

(3380) Emma Lydia,** b. Mar. 4, 1864; m. Oct. 14, 1892, Harlan F. 

Lord. Ch: (i) Harriet Ingalls, b. Oct. 7, 1892; (2) 
Ihelma Clair, b. Dec. 18, 1894; d. Aug. 15, 1899; (3)' 
Percy Blinn, b. May 18, 1899; d. Oct. 18, 1901 ; (4) Kenneth 
Alton, b. July 25, 1901. 

3381 Lucy M.,8 b. May 28, 1833 ; d. Aug. 14, 1834. 

3382 Charles Holman,* b. May 10, 1836; m. Nov. 21, 1861, Sarah 

Emerson Kimball, b. Denmark, Me., Oct. 8, 1837; he is a 
farmer at Bridgton: Ch ; (3383) Austin Miles,^ b. July 22, 1866 ; 
(3384) John Perley,'-* b. June 9, 1870. 
3385 Robert Morrison,* b. Sept. 24, 1838; m. Apr. 11, 1866, Huldah 
Ingalls Kilborn, b. Apr. 18, 1843 ; he is a prosperous farmer at 
Bridgton. Ch : 

(3386) Carrie Lyman ,9 b. Aug. 12, 1870; m. Dec. 30, 1897, Charles 

Enoch Sawyer, b. Naples, Me., June 22, 1867. Ch : (i) 
Allen Ingalls, b. Sept. 28, 1902. 

(3387) Ernest Kilborn,'-' b. Oct. 14, 1872; m. Oct. 10, 1899, Harriet 

Longley Eaton, b. Addison, Me., 1871 ; he is a commercial 
traveller at Boston, stands six feet four inches in his 
stockings and is said to be able to lift eight hundrer"*, 
pounds. 



184 IXGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Child, by Sophronia Witham : 

3388 Sophronia Einma,^ b. Nov. 29, 1850; d. Sept. 7, 1901 ; m. Aug. 28, 
1875, Smith Thompson Gilkey, b. Jul}' 25, 1833, is a farmer at 
Bridgton. Ch : (^i) Lilliau Geo}-g'ia,h. 'Sov. 4, 1876; m. Mar. 
13, 1895, Edward Greenleaf Emerson, b. Madison, N. H., Maj' 
13, 1870, is engaged in the mill and lumber business at Water- 
ford, Me.; (2) Carrie Bell, b. Sept. i, 1878; (3) Reuben 
Leander, b. July 29, 1880 ; m. Sept. 6, 1902, Harriet E. Noble ; 
{iX)Joh7i Drake, b. Sept. 17, 1882; d. Oct. 25, 1891. 



1936 

Levi Ixgalls,' {Asa,''' Francis,^ Francis,'^ Henry, ^ Henrys- 
Edmund^), son of Asa and Patience (Jewett) Ingalls. born 
Bridgton, Me., Aug. 7, 1805 ; married Harriet Bradstreet. 
He was a farmer at Bridgton, and died there June 20, 1880. 

Children, born Bridgton : 

3389 George Bradstreet,* b. Feb. 2, 1835; d. Apr. 20, 1863. 

3390 Edwin,* b. July 14, 1837; m. ist, Mary E., daughter of Nathan 

and Julia (Carsley) Dodge, d. Nov. 27, 1874; m. 2d, Roxanna, 
daughter of Daniel and Sophronia (Emerson) Brigham ; he is 
a farmer at Bridgton, served the town as selectman and mem- 
ber of the school committee. Ch : (3391) Willis E.,'' b. Aug. 
27, 1868. 

3392 Harriet Ann,* b. Dec. 21, 1838 ; m. Abel E. Merrill, res. Rumsey, 

Minn. 

3393 Maria F.,* b. Mar. 23, 1847; m. Horace B. Hunt of Bridgton. 

1938 

Cyrus Ingalls," {Cyms,^ Francis,^ Francis,^ Henry,^ Henry ,'^ 
Edtn7{7id^), son of Cjtus and Sarah (Barker) Ingalls, born 
Bridgton, Me., June 9, 1802; married Priscilla Thompson 
Colby. He was a farmer at Denmark, Me. ; moved to Belvi- 
dere, 111., and died there Apr. 21, 1871. 

Children, born Denmark : 

3394 Mary Malaville,* b. Aug. 9, 1831 ; m. Henry Smith of Denmark. 

3395 Laura,* b. Aug. 16, 1833, res. Denmark ; n. m. 

3396 Alonzo,* b. Sept. 28, 1835 ; d. June 22, 1871 ; n. m. 

3397 Augustine,* b. Oct. 25, 1838; m. Oct. 8, 1870, Jennie O., daughter 

of John T. and Rhoda (Blake) Hamden, d. Oct. 15, 1893; he is 
a farmer and mill owner at Denmark ; has served the town as 
clerk, selectman and postmaster. Ch : (3398) Ernest H.,^ b. 
May 12, 1871 ; (3399) Irving K.,^ b. Feb. 23, 1873; m. Nov. 8, 
1896, Mary Ann Berry, res. Denmark ; (4000) Leon H.,^ b. Sept. 
16, 1875 ; ™- -•^ug. 14, 1898, Emily Berry, res. Denmark. 
4001 Alzo,* b. Mar. 26, 1842; m. ist, Swan, 2d, ; 3d, Annie 

L. Mackeyof Bridgton ; he is a mill operative at Biddeford, Me. 




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POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 185 

1943 

Leonard Kimball Ingalls,' {Cy7'us,^ Francis,^ Francis,^ 
Henry,^ Henry^^ Edmund'^'), son of Cyrus and Sarah (Barker) 
Ingalls, born Denmark, Me., Sept. 9, 1809; married Dorcas 
Lorixda Abbott. She was born Andover, Mass., Mar. 28, 
18 14 ; died Aug. 22, 1862. He was a merchant and lumberman 
at Denmark, and died Sept. 7, 1870. 

Children, born Denmark : 

4008 Leonard Abbott,* b. Jan. 5, 1837; d. Denmark, Oct. 12, 1900; m. 
Manila Hapagood ; he was a farmer at Denmark. Ch : (4009) 
Kate Florence,^ m. Mar. 28, 1901, Fred Sanborn, res. Den- 
mark ; (4010) Lilly, ^ d. California; m. George Smith. 

4011 Lucy Ann,* b. Mar. 13, 1839; m. Henry Haraden. Ch : (i) 

Henry Mortimer, b. Dec. 26, 1863 ; m. Lillian Howard, res. 
Brownfield, Me.; (2) Minnie Ingalls, b. Jan. 26, 1868 ; n. m. 

4012 Jane Yictoria,* b. Mar. 22, 1845 ; d. Mar. 24, 1900 ; m. ist. Way- 

land Crane of Coaticook, P. Q., 2d, Samuel Dawson. Ch : (i) 
Annie Damon (Crane), b. Dec. 25, 1869; (2) Beyijamin Davion 
(Crane), b. Oct. 25, 1871, res. Coaticook; (3) Ida Josephine 
(Dawson), b. July 23, 1883. 

4013 Charles Henry,* b. Jan. 17, 1855; m. Ft. A'ates, Dak, Sept. 19, 

1883, Josephine, daughter of Capt. Henry S. and Harriet M. 
(Johnson) Howe, b. Greenwich, Conn., Dec. 12, 1856; he was 
appointed 2d lieutenant 6th U. S. Infantr}-, 1876, promoted to 
1st lieutenant, 1883, and then captain and assistant quarter- 
master ; in 1896, major and quartermaster, and was obliged to 
retire from the army on account of disability contracted in 
line of duty. He resides at North Cambridge, Mass. No 
children. 

1952 

■ RuFUS Ingalls," {Cyrus,^ Francis,^ Francis,* Henry, ^ Henry, ^ 
Edmund^), son of Cyrus and Sarah (Barker) Ingalls, born Den- 
mark, Me., Aug. 23, 1818. He was graduated at the U. S. 
Military Academ)' in 1843, was brevetted 2d lieutenant and as- 
signed to the U. S. rifles. He was promoted lieutenant and 
transferred to the first dragoons in 1845 ; served in New Mexico 
1845-47, and was in the fights at Embudo, Jan. 29, 1847, and 
Pueblo de Taos, Feb. 4, 1847. He was promoted ist lieutenant 
Feb. 16, 1847; captain and assistant-quartermaster Jan. 12, 
1848 ; was on duty in California, 1848-53 ; returned to Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1853 ; was on the Steptoe expedition which 
crossed the continent 1854-55 ! ^^ the commission to examine 
the war debt of Washington and Oregon territories 1857-58 ; 
and served on the staff of General Harney while that ofl&cer was 



186 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

In command of the Department of Oregon during the San Juan 
difficulties in July, 1859. He was ordered east, and in April, 
1 86 1, was sent with a detachment to re-inforce Fort Pickens, 
Pensacola harbor. In July, 1861, he joined the army of the 
Potomac, and in September of that year was assigned to the 
staff of General McClellan with the rank of lieutenant-colonel of 
staff. On Jan. 12, 1862, he was assigned to the quartermaster's 
department with the rank of major of staff, and he served as 
chief quartermaster of the Army of the Potomac 1862-65, being 
promoted brigadier-general of volunteers May 23, 1863. He 
was present at the surrender of Lee at Appomattox, and there 
renewed his acquaintance with many of the officers who had 
joined the Confederacy in 1861 whom he had known at West 
Point and in Mexico. He was promoted, in the regular service, 
lieutenant-colonel and deputy quartermaster-general July 28, 
1866, and colonel and assistant-quartermaster- general July 29, 
1866. Of his services General Grant said: "If he could have 
been spared to any of the other departments he would have 
made his mark as a fighter." He was brevetted lieutenant- 
colonel, colonel and brigadier-general, U. S. army, for merito- 
rious and distinguished services, and major-general of volun- 
teers and U. S. army in March, 1865, for faithful and meritori- 
ous services. After the war he was on duty in Washington, 
D. C, to May 4, 1866, when he crossed the continent to Ore- 
gon; was chief quartermaster in New York 1867-76, and sub- 
sequently at Chicago and Washington, and on Feb. 23, 1882, 
was promoted brigadier-general and quartermaster-general of 
the army. He was retired, at his own request, July i, 1883, 
and made his home in Oregon. He removed to New York City 
in 1891, where he died Jan. 15, 1893, He never married. 

1981 

John Ingai^ls," {Jeremiah^^ Abijah^^ Francis,*^ Henry ^^ Henry,'^ 
Edmund^), son of Jeremiah and Mary (Bigelow) Ingalls, born 
Newbury, Vt., Apr. 22, 1804; married, Oct. 28, 1828, Susan 
FosTBR. She was born Rochester, Vt., July 4, 1805 ; died In. 
dianola, la., Dec. 26, 1871. He was a farmer at Cornwall and 
Rochester, Vt. ; went to Tremont, 111., in 1835 ; he was a 
prominent " Free Soiler," held the office of postmaster, member 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAI^LS, OF LYNN. 187 

of the Presbyterian church, and a musician of note. He died 
Indianola, la., Aug. 9, 1887. 

Children : 

4014 John Darwin,^ b. Rochester, Feb. 24, 1829; m. Sept. 21, 1857, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Moses and Phebe (Sisson) Russell, b. 
Gallia Co., O., Oct. 23, 1832 ; he lived at Indianola, was sheriff, 
recorder, auditor, county judge and deputy treasurer of Iowa 
State; he d. Rialto, Cal., Jan. 13, 1897. Ch : 

(4015) Foster Darwin,''* b. Indianola, Feb. 7, 1864; ni. June 3, 1896, 

Ella L/., daughter of William H. and Mary (Love) Quick, 
b. Plattsmouth, Mo., July 2, 1858; he is a member of the 
firm of Field, Ingalls Shoe Co., Des Moines, la. 

(4016) Clara Emily «. 

4017 Orson Merrill,'^ b. Rochester, Oct. 1833; m. Katharine D. Ken- 
nedy ; he was a blacksmith at Indianola, d. Dec. 15, 1888. Ch : 

(4018) Ira Merrill," b. Mar. 30, 1861 ; he is a printer in the Bureau 

of Printing and Engraving at Washington, D. C. No 
children. 

(4019) Mary Ida,^ b. Dec. 22, 1862; m. Jan. 3, 1885, George E., son 

of Silas and Harriet L. (Doolittle) Johnson, b. Munroe 
Co., O., April 3, 1857; he is a dry goods merchant at 
Indianola. No children. 

(4020) Lora Corilla," res. Derby, la. 

(4021) Charles Wayman," res. Chicago. 

(4022) John Darwin," b. Apr. 27, 1869; m. Nov. 8, 1895, Alberta, 

daughter of Martin P. and Alice (Sims) King, b. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Jan. 18, 1876; he is a machinist at 
Washington. No children. 

(4023) Joseph Baker," b. Feb. 8, 1872; m. Sept. 2, 1896, Katherine 

Kadell ; he is a watchmaker at Rock Island, 111. 

4024 Susan,* b. June 8, 1832; d. Des Moines, July 18, 1885; m. Fred- 

erick W. Dean. Ch : ( i ) Susan ; (2) Murray ; (3) Mary Esther. 

4025 Mary,* d. ; m. Samuel L. Watson. 

4026 Esther,* b. May 23, 1838; m. ist, Nov. 15, 1858, Joseph Baker, 2d, 

Mar. 8, 1883, William Tyler, son of Joseph P. and Melony 
(Lamb) Ball, b. Granville, Vt., he is a manufacturer of fire 
brick tile, etc., at Moline, 111. 

4027 Jennie,* b. Apr. 29, 1840 ; m. Jan. 28, 1859, Henry Young, b. Spring- 

field, Mass., June 11, 1826, is a machinist at Des Moines. Ch : 
(i) Mary Ermine, m. Walker; (2) Frank Everett; (3) 

Katherine, m. Windsor. 

4028 Frank Delong,* b. Aug. 10, 1843; was a soldier in the 5th 111. 

cavalry, now in the soldiers' home at Quincy, 111. 

4029 Ella,* b. Aug. 2, 1846; m. Sept. 21, 1876, Elijah F. Benedict, b. 

Cornwall, Vt., Nov. 18, 1845; d. Nov. 14, 1888; she res. Blue 
Rapids, Kan. Ch : (i) Esther L., b. Feb. 21, 1879; (2) Mur- 
ray L., b. July 16, 1882 ; (3) Foster Ingalls b. Aug. i 2, 1885. 

4030 Ira Lester,* has not been heard from for several years. 



1985 

Wilson Ingalls,^ {Ezra,^ Abijah,^ Prancis,'^ Henry, ^ He7iry,'^ 
Edmicnd'^), son of Ezra and Dolly (Wilson) Ingalls, born An- 
dover, Mass., May 25, 1809; married, first, Appalonia Sit- 



188 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

TERBY ; married, second, Aug. 2, 1846, Jane Ann, daughter 
of Elihu and Anna (Gates) Case. She was born Kingsboro, 
N. Y., July 28, 1823. He was a clergyman in New York State, 
— twelve years at Glenville, eleven at Owasco, and ten at Bloom- 
ing Grove ; moved to Kinderhook and died there Oct. 11, 1889. 

Children, by Appalonia Sitterby : 

4031 Rebecca Ann,® b. Guilderland, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1838; m. Oct. 25, 

1883, Thomas Cuuniugham, res. Somerville, Mass. 
+4032 Frederick Wilson,* b. Feb. 9, 1840; m. Henrietta DuBois. 

4033 Jasper Eliphalet Nott,^ b. Gleuville, Mar. 30, 1842 ; m. Lois B. 

Johnson, b. Northwood, O., July 29, 1847; he is a dentist at 
Washington, D. C. 

Children, by Jane E. Case : 

4034 Edmond Cunningham, * b. Glenville, June 19, 1849; m. Feb. 13, 

1884, Ella J., laughter of Josiah and Huldah ^Estes) Cloud- 
man of Westbrook, Me., b. Dec. 31, 1850; he grad. Harvard 
College 1873, and Andover Theological Seminary 1876 ; was 
ordained a minister of the Congregational church, and has 
been stationed at Benson and Duluth, Minn., South Paris and 
Saco, Me.; Brooklield, Mass.; now located at Colchester, Conn. 

4035 Roscoe Kohnoir,* b. Amsterdam, N. Y., Mar. 29, 1852; m. Aug. 

1885, Frances Hedden ; he grad. law department University of 
Albany 1873; is a lawyer at New York City, residing at 
Englewood, N. J. Ch : (4036) Elsie Case '■*; (4037) Frances May ^; 
(4038) Frederick Wilson^; (4039) Roscoe Cunningham^. 

2015 

Marvin Ingalls," {Peter,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ Hejiry,^ Henry, ^ 
Edmund^), son of Peter and Sarah (Ashley) Ingalls, born Pom- 
fret, Conn., Nov. 6, 1787; married, first, Dec. 12, 181 1, Amelia 
Spaulding. She was born Sept. 8, 1789; died Sept. 15, 1831 ; 
married second, Sept. 15, 1833, Olive, daughter of Asa and 
Sarah (Fuller) Abbott. She was born Mar. 28, 1790; married, 
third. Marietta Burnham. He lived at Pomfret and Hamp- 
ton, and died 1845. 

Children : 

4040 Oliver,* b. Sept. 3, 1812 ; d. Sept. 7, 1875 ; m. ist, 1835, Elizabeth 
Morehouse from England, 2d, widow Hannah Sweatland ; he 
was a farmer and Baptist at Hampton. Ch : 
(4041) Mary Elizabeth,'' b. Oct. i, 1837; m. Jan. 6, 1858, Samuel 
Ainley, b. England, Mar. 9, 1834; d. Norwichtown, Aug. 
14, 1881 ; shed. Scranton, Pa., Nov. 25, 1900. Ch : 
(i) Eleanor Elizabeth (Ainley), b. Rochdale, Mass., Jan. 
31, i860, m. Jan. 31, 1878, Eugene S. Stanton. Ch : 
(I) Minnie E. (Stanton), b. Indianapolis, Nov. 10, 
1879 ; m. Sept. 24, 1897, Martin Chambers, res. 
Dudley, Mass. Ch : ( A) Chester Martin (Chambers), 
b. Sept. 2, 1902. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 189 

(2) Francis May (Ainley), b. Dec. 9, 1861 ; m. Nov. 9, 1885, 

Thomas Willett.' Ch : (I) Harry A. (Willett), b. 
Aug. 14. 1886; d. 1887; (II) Floyd G. (Willett), b. 
Feb. I, 1889; (III) Edith F. (Willett), b. Jan. 5,1891. 

(3) Martha Sherman (Ainley), b. Feb. 24, 1863; d. May 17, 

1865. 

(4) Adelaide Cecilia (x\inley), b. June 29, 1865; m. Dec. 

10, 1892, George M. Fairfield, res. Worcester, Mass. 

(5) Charles William (Ainley), b. Oct. 25, 1868; res. 

Putnam, Conn. 
(4042) Joseph,^ b. 1844; d. age nineteen. 
4043 Lydia Ann,^ b. May 28, 1814 ; m. Frederick Stanley, son of 
Luther and Pollv (Ainsworth) Brown, b. Mav 28, 1815 ; d. Can- 
terbury, Conn., Oct. 6, 1S81. Ch : 
(i) Henry F. (Brown), b. Plainfield, Mar. 15, 1837; m. Abbie E. 
Gleason, b. Webster, Mass., 1843. Ch : (I) William F. 
(Brown), b. Mar. 11, 1866; killed by cars, Boston, May 
23, 1901. 

(2) Mary J. (Brown), b. Nov. 27, 1S3S ; m. Apr. 12, 1859, Edwin 

Apple}', b. May 3, 1834; she d. Jan. i, 1896. Ch : (I) 
Chester (Appley), b. Canterbur}-, Jan. 21, i860; m. 1886, 
Sarah Gardner of Norwich; (11) Lilliax (Appley), b. 
Nov. II, 1861 ; m. Walter E. Frissell, b. Danielson, Dec. 
9, i860, res. Barron\nlle. Ch : (A) Edith L. (Frissell), 
b. Mar. 23, 1894; (B) Gladys (Frissell), b. Aug. 24. 1894; 
(C) Ruth E. (Frissell), b. Jan. 31, 1899 ; d. Feb. 17, 1900. 
(Ill) Nellie M. (Appley), b. Sept. 27, 1863; m. Sept. 2, 
1886, George E. Geer, b. Griswold, July i, 1862, res. Gris- 
wold. Ch : (A) Edna M. (Geer), b. July 4, 1887 ; (B) and 

(C) Charley and Chester (Geer), b. May 8, 1889; d. y.; 

(D) Nettie A. (Geer), b. May 2, 1890; (E) Sarah M. 
(Geer), b. Sept. 15, 1892; (F) George E. (Geer), b. Nov. 
29. 1894; (G) Chester S. (Geer), b. Dec. 30, 1896; (H) 
Chauncey A. (Geer), b. Jan. 14, 1899. 

(3) Lemuel (Brown), b. 1841 ; d. age nineteen. 

(4) Frances Amelia (Brown), b. Apr. i, 1843 ; d. Jan. 11, 1900 ; m. 

Sept. 15, 1867, John Henry, son of Peter Moore, b. Scran- 
ton, Pa., May 8, 1839; d. Jan. 10. 1900; he served in the 
Civil War, at its close engaged as a bookkeeper for 
several years, then a provision dealer; served in the city 
council, was an earnest and prominent Worker of the First 
Christian church at Scranton. Ch : (I) Nettie (Moore), 
b. Oct. 22, 1868; m. Oct. 14, 1891, Ernest I., son of Hen- 
drick E. Paine, b. Leroy, O., Nov. 12, 1867; she was a 
school teacher, is now an active worker in the Baptist 
church and identified vdth. various religious societies. He 
is engaged in the insurance business, and financially in- 
terested in several business concerns at Scranton. Ch : 
(A) Harriet Eleanor (Paine), b. July 6, 1892; (B) Arthur 
Ernest (Paine), b. June 30, 1895. (II) Lydia Ann 
(Moore), b. Dec. 31, 1871 ; m. Thomas Nathan Myers, b. 
July, 1871, is a blacksmith at Scranton. Ch : (A) Mil- 
dred Frances (Myers), b. Sept. 28, 1897. (Ill) Vivian 
(Moore), b. Feb. 5, 1886. 

(5) Angeline (Browm), b. Jan. 5, 1845 ^ "i- William P. Weaver, 

b. Feb. 18, 1838. Ch: (I) Lucius Edward (Weaver), b. 
abt. 1873 ; m. July 23, 1897, Ruth Champlin, res. Willi- 
mantic, Conn. Ch : (A) Doris Lillian ( Weaver), b. July 
23, 1901. 



190 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(6) Melora (Brown), b. Sept. i8, 1851 ; m. Timothy Jordan, 

have four children. 

(7) Lucius Carter (Brown), b. May 8, 1852; m. Oct. 13, 1886, 

Ella J., daughter of Joseph N. and Rachel M. (Lee) 
Adams, b. Mar. 5, 1857; he is a fiorist at Colchester, 
Conn. No children. 

(8) Franklin P. (Brown), b. Nov. 21, 1854; m. Jennie M. Bates, 

b. Oct. 28. 1856. Ch: (I) Mabel L. (Brown), b. Nov. 28, 
1878; m. Clinton C. Rood. Ch : (A) Lester B. (Rood), 
b. Dec. 19, 1900. (II) Grace E. (Brown), b. Feb. 22, 
1884; m. Robert E. King, b. Dec. 21, 1881. Ch : (A) 
Myrtle E. (King), b. Sept. 21, 1901. (Ill) Howard F. 
(Brown), b. Dec. 21, 1893. 

(9) Charles F. (Brown), b. Mar. 15, 1859; m. Mar. 10, 1886, 

Flora B. Palmer, b. Apr. 23, 1865 ; he is a travelling sales- 
man at New^ York City. 

4044 Malenda,^ b. Mar. 7, 1817; m. ist, 1842, Cyprian Stephen 

Lyon of Westford, Conn, b. Julv 3, 1S14; d. July 6, 1868 ;m. 2d, 
1870, Seaver Gifford, d. Dec. 5, 1879. Ch : 
(i) Emily Malenda{l^yon),h. Oct. 25, 1844, m. Leonard S. Goodell 
a Methodist clergyman ; he d. Stafford, Conn., Jan. 30, 
1903. 

(2) Olive Mary Etta (Lyon) b. Mar. 27, 1846; d. Aug., 1862. 

(3) Eminagene {J^xon), b. Aug. 18, 1847; m. Henry M. Upham 

of Dudley, Mass. Ch : (I) Eva Estellk (Upham), b. 
Sept. 13, 1873; (II) George Henry (Upham), b. May 7, 
1879; m. Theresa D. Bedore of Worcester. 

(4) Albert Francis (Lyon), b. Apr. 25, 1849. 

(5) Henry Tainter {ijy on), b. Oct. 8, 1851. 

(6) Oliver Gilbert (Lyon), b. July, 1853. 

4045 Olive,® b. Nov. 13, 1819 ; d. Dec. 8, 1898; m. Aug. 7, 1843, Pulaski, 

son of Phineas and Cynthia (Butts) Carter, b. Westminister, 
Conn., June 23, 1813; d. Oct. 13, 18S4 ; he was a manufacturer 
of axes, scythes and mining tools at Capouse Works, Scranton, 
Pa.; was active in public affairs and an aggressive worker in the 
cause of education and temperance. Ch : 
(i) Amelia Maria (Carter), b. Apr. 29, 1844; m. Feb. 11, 1868, 
William DeWitt, son of James and Pauline (Jayne) Ken- 
nedy, b. Sept. 24, 1842, he served in the War of the Rebel- 
lion, was a bookkeeper at the Capouse Works, is now 
interested in real estate, is director of Scranton Savings 
Bank, trustee Presbyterian church and holding other 
offices of trust. Mrs. Kennedy is prominently identified 
with the leading charitable institutions and for twenty 
years an officer of the Home for the Friendless. The 
Connecticut branch of the family are indebted to her for 
the collection of records so full and accurate. Ch : (I) 
William Pulaski (Kennedy), b. Oct. 29, 1869; m. Dec. 
II, 1895, Georgiana, daughter of George R. and Harriet 
L. (Westbrook) Kittle, b. Oct. 29, 1869; he was for twelve 
vears in Third National Bank of Scranton, now teller of 
The Peojile's Bank. Ch : (A) Olive Ingalls (Kennedy), b. 
Dec. 15. 1896; (B) Hilda DeWitt (Kennedy), b. June 14, 
1901. (II) Lucius Carter (Kennedy), b. Sept. 8, 1872, 
grad. Princeton 1895, M. D., from University Penu. 1898, 
two years at Moses Ta)'lor Hospital, Scranton, now located 
at Green Ridge, Scranton; (III) Kathrine May (Ken- 
nedy), b. Nov. II, 1875; m. June 25, 1902, Dr. William A., 
son of Albert K. and Mary (Barker) Sherman, grad. Har- 
vard 1899, Harvard Medical 1902, now located at Newport, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALI^S, OF LYNN. 191 

R. I.; (IV) Harold Sherman (Kennedy), b. Nov. 28, 
1884. 

(2) Pulaski Pliny (Carter), b. June 6, 1849; m. June 6, 1882, 

Verutia, daughter of Joseph M. and Phebe A. (Cole) 
White, b. ; he was for many years travelling sales- 

man for the Capouse Works, then of the firm of Carter & 
Co., now a dealer in groceries at Scranton and largely 
interested in real estate and various industries. Ch : (I) 
Pulaski (Carter), b. June 2, 1883, attending Institute of 
Technology, Boston; (II) Phebb: (Carter), b. Sept. 14, 
1885; (III) INA (Carter), b. Mar. i, 1888; d. Jan. 26, 1897; 
(IV) Olive Ingalls (Carter), b. Nov. 9, 1890; (V) Ada 
(Carter), b. Nov. 3, 1893; (VI) Rov (Carter) b. July 13, 
1899. 

(3) Marvin Phtneas (Carter), b. Nov. 28, 1857 ; m. Nov. 30, 1882, 

Minnie Parmelia, daughter of John and Mary (Spaulding) 
Murphy, b. Warrenville, Conn., June 26, 1863; he learned 
the scythe makers' trade, and was identified with the 
Capouse Co., and Carter & Co., now interested in real 
estate and is a director of The People's Bank. Ch : (I) 
Clarence (Carter), b. July 29, 1885; (II) Lucius (Carter), 
b. Nov. 20, 1887; d. June 3, 1889; (III) Marguerite 
(Carter), b. May 30, 1889. 

4046 Roger Tainter,^ b. Jan. 7, 1822 ; He was a Christian clergyman 

and had a charge in New York State, d. ; n. m. abt. 1856. 

4047 John Sharpe,^ b. Oct. 27, 1823; d. Jan. 17, 1896; m. Jan. 13, 1851, 

Julia A. Rogers of Jewett City, Conn.; he moved to vScranton, 
and for many years was travelling agent for the Capouse Works, 
in 1879 engaged in farming at Elkdale and finally returned to 
Scranton in 1888. Ch : 
(4048) John Oscar," b. Dec. 6, 1851 ; m. ist, Georgia Comstock ot 
St. Louis, d. Feb., 1883; m. 2d, Helen Giddings. He was 
engaged in the real estate business at St. Louis, last 
known res. Ashville, N. C. Ch : (4049) Homer Com- 
stock, 1° b. Feb., 1883. 

(4050) Albert Augustus," b. Oct. 18, 1857; d. Dec. 27, 1861. 

(4051) Irvin Eugene," b. Jan. 4, i860; d. July 5, i860. 

(4052) Grace Lillian," b. Feb, 27, 1866; m. Dec. 15, 1891, Norton 

Wagner, b. Apr. 27, 1867; she was a schoolteacher; he 
for several years was a printer, editor and publisher ; now 
printer and teacher of proof-reading in Correspondence 
Schools of America, and res. Elmhurst, Scranton, Pa. 
Ch : (i) Ruth Martina (Wagner), b. Nov. 20, 1892; (2) 
Paul Rogers (Wagner), b. Jan. 7, 1894; (3) Florence 
(Wagner), b. June 25, 1898 ; (4) Marjory Ingalls (Wagner), 
b. July 30, 1889; {^) Doris Amelia (Wagner), b. Sept. 2, 
1900. 

4053 Emily, ^ b. Sept. 28, 1826 ; d. Jan. 12, 1901 ; m. William Moore, b. 

Dec. 3, 1823; d. suddenly at Scranton, F'eb. 16, 1896; he was a 
merchant ; both members of the Christian church and liberal 
contributors to the cause of temperance. 

4054 Walter Ashley, ^ b. Dec. 12, 1828; m. May 22, 1854, Mary A., 

daughter of John J. and Olive Dennison; he is a machinist at 

Norwich, Conn. Ch : 
(4055) Chester Alvin,"b. Greenville, Conn., Mar. 10, i860; m. June 
27, 1895, Lizzie, daughter of Charles A. and Maria L. 
(Stone) Pullen of Cape F;iizabcth, Me., b. Chelsea, Mass., 
Jan. 31, 1861 ; he lived at Scranton and Philadelphia and 
is now a R. R. freight clerk at Boston. Ch : (4056) Flor- 



192 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

ence Emily, 1° b. Aug., 1900; (4057) Clarence Hamilton, i" 
b. Feb. 1903; (4058) a daughter, i'^ b. Feb., 1903, d. y. 
(4059) Amelia A., ^ b. Norwich, Apr. 26, 1858; m. ist, Da-^dd Wal- 
ters, d. 1883 ; m. 2d, Ralph R. Williams, res. New London, 
Conn. 



2026 

Sylvester l^GhXh'S,'' {Luther,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'' Hcmy,^ Hen- 
ry^- Edmimd'^), son of Luther and lyUcy (Utley) Ingalls, born 
Hanover, N. H., Apr. 25, 1785 ; married Mary Turner. He 
was a farmer at Hanover, and died there Nov. 7, 1846. 

Children : 

4060 Or^'ille Utley, ^ d. age fifteen. 

4061 Osmyn Sylvester,^ he was an insurance agent, selectman and 

town clerk of Hanover twenty-one j-ears, d. there Mar. 13, 1869 ; 
m. 1st, Alice Smft Huntington, 2d, Hannah Worcester Hunt- 
ington. Ch : 

(4062) Mary Alice, ^ m. Carroll Colby Emerson, a commission mer- 

chant at St. Paul, Minn. Ch : (i) Robert Colby. 

(4063) Asa Huntington,^ b. Dec. 4, 1854, is a carpenter at Mt. Ver- 

non, N. H. 

(4064) Charles Osmvn,^ b. ; is a farmer at Mt. Vernon. 

(4065) Edward Or\nile,9 b. June 4, 1859, m. Dec. 30, 1885, Kate M., 

daughter of John and Elizabeth A. ( Barwood) Howdand, b. 

Woodstock, Vt., Aug. i, 1865 ; he is a miller at Henniker, 

N. H. Ch : (4066) Earle Howland.i*' b. Hanover, Aug. 13, 

188S. 
4067 Emeline E.,^ m. Langdon F. Owen, d. ; she res. St. 

Paul, Minn. 



2031 

Luther Ingalls," {Luther,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Henry,^ Henry^^ 
Edmund^), son of Luther and Lucy (Utley) Ingalls, born Han- 
over, N. H., May 5, 1799 ; married Mary Ann Lerving. He 
was a farmer at Hanover, and died there Feb. 21. 1844. 

Children : 

4068 Melvin Luther, ^ b. June 18, 1835; m. Oct. 21, 1861, Helen M., 
daiighter of Jason and Lucy H. (Perry) Dudley, b. Hanover, 
Oct. 6, 1839; d. Boston, Oct. 13, 1895. He enlisted in 1861, in 
the 5th N. H. regiment as musician, later a lieutenant in the 
1st N. H. Artillery. He was employed for several j'ears on the 
Northern railroad, living at Concord, went to Boston in 1870, 
and became a conductor on the Plymouth division of the N. V., 
N. H. & H. R. R., being in service thirtj^-three years. He was 
for many years tenor soloist in the Second Congregational 
church, and Past Master of Revere Lodge Masons. He died 
Mar. 4, 1903. Ch : (4069) Arthur Luther,^ b. Aug. 10, 1863 ; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 193 

d. Aug. 3, 1864 ;(407o) Lizzie Etta,^ b. Oct. 8, 1870; d. July 30, 
1S71 ; (4071) Melrin Leon,^ b. Dec. 13, 1874, is a clerk in the 
railway mail service. 

4072 Newton *. 

4073 Sarah *. 

4074 Almira *. 



2033 

Augustus Ingalls," {Samuel,^ Sonuel,^ SiepJie>i* JoJm,^ 
Hc?iry ,'^ Edmund ^) , son of Samttel and Diana(Dodge)Ingalls, born 
Belchertown, Mass., Mar. 12, 1805; married, first, Charlestown, 
Mass., May 26, 1S33, Nancy Shedd Dunklee. She was born 
Hillsborough, N. H., May 4, 1806; died Dnnklee's, Grove, 111., 
July I, 1845. Married, second, Elk Grove, 111., May 6, 1847, 
Lucy Hewitt Rollins. She was born Mendon, Vt., Aug. 9, 
1817, and is living at Bloomingdale, 111. He learned the stone- 
cutters' trade, working three 5'ears in the Charlestown Navy 
Yard, and eight years at Amherst College. He then took up 
160 acres of government land at Dunklee's Grove, 111., enduring 
the hardships and privations of a pioneer's life. In 1S57 moved 
to Bloomingdale and conducted an apiary for eighteen years. 
He was tall and erect with a grave bearing, and from his quiet 
and unobtrusive way was known as Deacon Ingalls. His most 
conspicuous trait was the desire to minister rather than to be 
ministered unto. He died at Bloomingdale June i, 1889. 

Children, by Nancy S. Dunklee : 

4075 Everett Augustus,* b. Pelham, Mass., June 21, 1834; m. Amboy, 
111., Feb. 5, 1861, Eliza Ann, daughter of Horace and Juliana 
(Wheat) Rice, b. Canandagua, Mich., Jan. 29, 1837, res. Chicago. 
He was an expert accountant, d. Chicago, Jan. 23. 1871. Ch : 
(4076) Juliana Dunklee,'-' b. Oct. 22, 1865; n. m.; is now teacher 
in public schools in Chicago ; (4077) Augustus Rice,^b. Dec. 27, 
1867 ; he was employed in the wholesale dry goods business at 
Chicago until 1896, is now engaged in horticulture at New- 
Plymouth, (post office Paj-ette), Idaho ; n. m. 

4078 Elbridge Hanuum,^ b. Dunklee's Grove, Dec. 21, 1839; n. m.; is 

now city marshal and chief of police of Cheyenne, Wyo. 

Children, by Lucy H. Rollins : 

4079 Georgiana,* b. Mar. 26, 1849; d. Aug. 5, 1851. 

4080 Georgiana,* b. May 25, 1851, res. Bloomingdale ; u. m. 

4081 Frances Evelyn,® b. July 18, 1855 ; d. June 13, 1878. 



194 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

2111 

EvANDRR IngalLvS,' {Shncoii,^ Ephraim,^ /a/ncs,* /at/ies,^ 
Henry, "^ Edmund'^) son of Simeon and Eunice (Wheeler) Ingalls, 
born near Cooperstown, N. Y., Oct. ii, 1795; married, first, 
Oct. 8, 1820, Amy, daughter of Charles Field. She died Sept. 
30, 182 1. Married, second, Sept. 8, 1824, Lucy, daughter of 
Caleb and Polly Clark. She was born Jan. 23, 1800 ; died May 
7, 1886. He was a far.ner at Toddsville and Hartwick, N. Y., 
and died Sept. 29, 1879. 

Child, by Amy Field : 
4082 Amos,^ b. Sept. 15, 1821 ; d. Mar. 11, 1843. 

Children, by Lucy Clark : 

-t-4083 Amasa Allen, ^ b. May 7, 1825; m. Huldah Wiusor. 
-I-4084 Alanson,8 b. Oct. 7, 1826; m. Mary J. Metcalf. 

4085 Olive Burlingbam,^ b. Apr. 15, 1830; m. May 28, 1856, Chester 

H., son of Ephraim Carr. Ch : (i) Ciiyler Evander, b. Aug. 
27, 1869, res. Milford, N. Y. 

4086 Eunice,* b. Mar. 28, 1833; n. m., res. Milford. 

4087 Menzo,* b. June 19, 1837, res. Chase, N. Y. 



2113 

Hknry Laurens Ingahs," [Ephraim,^ Eplwaim,^ James, '^ 
James, ^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), son of Ephraim and Lucy (Goodell) 
Ingalls, born Abington, Conn., June 9, 1805 ; married Lavinia 
L. Childs, He went to Illinois in 1834 with his brothers and 
then settled at North Branch, Minn., and died in 1876. 

Children : 

4088 Ephraim C,® b. ; m. Cornelia Farr, lived at North Branch, 

Minn. Ch : (4088A) Annie,^ m. B. I. Howard. Ch : {i)Byron ; 
(2) Floyd; (3) Clifton. 

4089 Renseller Childs, * b. ; res. Patten, Thomas Co., Ga. 

4090 Henry,* b. abt. 1830 ; d. 1862. 

4091 Edmond,* b. Chandlerville, 111., June 4, 1840; m. Sept. 29, 1872; 

Ruth A., daughter of Henrj^ H. and Almira (Dart) Pennock of 
Ontonagon, Mich.; b. Aug. 9, 1846; he was engaged in the 
lumber business, later a real estate dealer and capitalist at 
Duluth, Minn., and d. June 16, 1895. Ch : 

(4092) Ruth Lavina,^ b. Oct. 5, 1873; m. July 17, 1901, Edward M. 

Barker, res. Duluth. 

(4093) Almira Lillian,^ b. July 2, 1875; m. Aug. 5, 1902, Ralph L. 

Rogers, res. Duluth. 

(4094) Edmond,^ b. Aug. 5, 1878; is an attorney at law at Duluth, 

(4095) Gilket Eawreuce,^ b. Sept. 25, 1886. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 195 

2118 

Charles Francis Ingals," {Ephraivi,^ Ephraim,^ James,'' 
Jamcs,^ Henry,^ Edmund'^), sou of Ephraim and Lucy (Goodell) 
Ingals, born Abington, Conn., Jan. i8, 1817 ; married, Read- 
ing, Vt., Sept. 6, 1838, Sarah, daughter of John S. and Mary 
(Morrison) Hawkins. She was born Reading, Mar. 15, 181 9 ; 
resides Chicago. He went to Cavendish, Vt., remaining five 
years ; then with his brothers and sisters, Henry and Edmund, 
Deborah and Lydia, in 1834 emigrated to Beardstown, 111., and 
entered a claim, also located claims near Kewanee ; taught 
school at Beardstown four terms, then began farming on the 
Kewanee claim, and founded the home which was his for fifty 
years. In 1838 he returned to Vermont to be married, and the 
same day commenced their 1000 mile drive to the western home, 
lyce County was organized in 1840, and he was one of the Com- 
missioners to manage the County affairs. In 1850 he went to 
California with the gold seekers, his wife managing the farm for 
four years. He was an original thinker, sociable, and of a 
sunny disposition. His declining years were spent in an ideal 
way, with a fair competence, free of anxiety and care, always 
enjoying good health, living with one of the daughters and 
spending the 'winters in Florida and California. He died Jan. 
2, 1902. 

Children : 

4096 Charles Hawkins,^ b. Mar. 11, 1846; m. Mar. i, 1871, Mary I, 
Morse ; he enlisted Dec. 23, 1863, in Company E, 75th 111. Vols, 
and mustered out Dec. 16, 1865 ; he has been captain of Com- 
pany F., 12th 111. National Guard, res. Chicago. Ch : (4097) 
Herbert M.,^ res. Kewanee; (4098) Walter,^ res. Kewanee; 
(4098 A) Grace 3; (4099) Fred, ^ res. Chicago; (4100) Alden M.,^ 
res. Omaha, Neb. 
+4101 Ephraim Fletcher,* b. Sept. 29, 1848; m. Lucy S. Ingals. 

4102 Sarah Deborah,* b. Mar. 6, 1850; m. Sept. 6, 1869, John H. Pierce, 

who is a hardware merchant at Kewanee. Ch : (i) Charles I., 
b. Mar. 24, 1871 ; m. Lillie Louise Lyman, and have (I) KaTh- 
ERiNE Louise, b. Dec. 6, 1897 : (II) Adelaide Lyman, b. Feb. 
8, 1898. (2) Frank E., b. Feb. 20, 1873; d. June 17, 1901, m. 
1889, Georgia Brown, he was a physician. Ch : (I) William 
Brown, b. Mar. 6, 1900. (3) Lillian R., b. Nov. 27, 1882. 

4103 Ara Morrison,* b. Mar. 3, 1857; m. Sept. 6, 1878, William Henry 

Morgan of Kewanee, d. Nov. 12, 1902 ; she res. Kewanee. Ch : 
(i) Fletcher Ingals, b. May i, 1883. 

4104 Mary Stevens,* b. Dec. 28, 1862 ; m. Dec. 8, 1886, Charles C. 

Jacobs ; she grad. Chicago high school, member of Congrega- 
tional church and res. at Amboy, 111. Ch : {\') John Clifford, 
b. Aug. 3, 1892. 



190 INGALLvS GENEALOGY. 

2119 

George Addison Ingalls,' {Ephrahn,'^ Ephraim,^ Jamcs,^ 
James, ^ Henry, ^ Edmund^'), son of Ephraim and \^\\q.\ (Goodell) 
Ingalls, born Pomfret, Conn., Feb. i, 1820; married, Chicago, 
111., Sept. I, 1847, Mary Eloise, daughter of Thomas and 
Rachel (Warriner) Church. She was born Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 
4, 183 1 ; resides Oak Park, 111. He was a law3'er, but did not 
practice to any great extent, devoting his time to real estate and 
developing a new countr}', having emigrated with his brother, 
and located a claim near Kewanee. He was of fine personal 
presence, and a man who could command respect. He died 
Feb. 14, 1884. Most of his family reside at Oak Park. 

Children : 

4105 Edward Thomas,^ b. July 28, 1848. 

4106 Lizzie Melissa,^ b. Aug. 17, 1850. 

4107 Julia Adelaide,* b. Nov. 22, 1852 ; m. Sept. 4, 1872, Edward L. 

Hallock. Ch : ( i) IMary Eloise, b. Ji;ne 29, 1873 ; (2) Julia Ade- 
laide, b. Dec. 1=;, 1876; (3) George Addison, b. July 3, 1879; 
(4) Frank Magill, b. July 13, 1881 ; (5) Lydia, b. July 27, 1883; 
(6) Deborah, b. July 27, 1883. 

4108 Thomas Church,^ b. Apr. 22, 1855. 

4109 Robert S.,^ b. Ma}^ 15, 1857. 

4110 Ernestine,^ b. Dec. 18, i860; m. Jan. 17, 1887, Herbert F. An- 

drews. 

41 1 1 Rachel Melissa,* b. Jan. i, 1862; m. Oct. 8, 1884, Charles R. 

Erwin. 

41 12 Grant,* b. Apr. 17, 1864. 

4113 Rush Haven,* b. Oct. 26, 1866. 

4114 Emerson,* b. July 6, 1869; m. July 10, 1890, Olive Edna, daughter 

of Leonard B. and Imogene (Pierce) Starkweather; he is en- 
gaged in the real estate and insurance business at Oak Park. 
Ch : (4115) Emerson Arthur,^ b. Sept. 18, 1891. 
41 16 Edmund Church,* b. Feb. 3, 1872. 



2126 

Warren Ingalls,' {Lemuel,^ Zebediah,^ Jamcs,^ James,^ 
Henry, ^ Edmund^), son of Lemuel and Dorothy (Sumner) In- 
galls, born Abington, Conn., Aug. 18, 1783; married, first, May 
5, 1813, Elizabeth Fay. She was born Northboro, Mass., 
Oct. 5, 1786; died Abington, May 5, 1847; married, second, 
Hannah K., daughter of Edward and Abigail (Hay ward) 
Marc}^ of Ashland. She was born Dec. 17, 1811 ; died Putnam, 
Conn., May 8, 1874. He was a farmer at Abington, Coopers- 
town, and Middlefield, N. Y., West Greenwich, R. I., North- 




GEORGE ADDISON IXGALLS. 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 197 

boro, Mass., and Ashford, Conn. He died Ashford, Jan. i8, 
1852. 

Children, by Elizabeth Fay : 

4117 James, 8 b. Feb. 17, 1814 ; d. Jan. 30, 1842; n. m. 

4118 Arethusa,^ b. Cooperstown, Feb. 20, 1817; m. May 25, 1840, Rev. 

Nathaniel Breed Fox, b. Hancock, N. H., Oct. 3, 1814; d. Ab- 
ington, Jan. 17, 1848; he was a Congregational clergyman. 
Ch: (i) Katherine Abbott, b. Granby, P. Q., May 13, 1843; m. 
John Dresser Tucker, res. Hartford, Conn. 
+4119 Lemuel,'* b. Nov. 11, 1819; m. Eunice K. Richardson. 

Child, by Hannah K. Marcy : 

4120 James Warren, 8 b. Ashford, Aug. 22, 1850; m. New Haven, Feb. 
26, 1885, Abbie, daughter of Jabez and Mary (Wilbur) Weaver, 
b. Little Compton, R. I., May 27, 1853; he grad. Phillips 
Academy, Andover, 1876, Yale College 1881, M. D. from Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons 1884 ; was assistant physician 
Kings County Hospital one year ; now in practice at Brooklyn, 
N. Y., and surgeon to the Brookl3'n Eye and Ear Hospital. 
Ch : (4121) James Arthur,' b. May 22, 1889; (4122) Edmund,^ 
b. June 25, 1893 ; (4123) Irving,'' b. Aug. 26, 1896. 



2128 

George Sumner Ingalls," {Lemuel,^ Zebediah,'' James,* 
J antes, ^ Henry, '^ Edviund^), sow of Lemuel and Dorothy (Sum- 
ner) Ingalls, born Pomfret, Conn., Nov. 13, 1789; married 
Delia Goodell. She was born Mar. 11, 1792; died June 12, 
1 84 1. He was a soldier of the war of 181 2 ; was a farmer at 
Abington Parish, Pomfret, and served the town several terms in 
the State lyegislature. He died Feb. 23, 1875. 

Children : 

+4124 Lewis Goodell,^ b. Apr. 18, 1815 ; m. Elizabeth Osgood. 

4125 Charles Henry,* b. Apr. 7, 1817 ; d. Oct. 7, 1817. 

4126 Mary Ann,* b. Feb. 4, 1818; d. May 16, 1840; n. m. 

4127 Eliza,* b. June 27, 1820; d. Dec. 27, 1896; m. Samuel Allen, a 

farmer at Pomfret; d. Mar. 16, 1894. Ch : (i) Mary Eliza, b. 
Sept. II, 1852; d. Jan. 8, 1874; (2) Delia Goodcll, b. Oct. 7, 
1856; m. June 6, 1893, Lewis F., son of Lewis and Hannah 
(Burton) Averill, he is a farmer at Pomfret. Ch : (I) Annie 
Allen (Averill), b. Apr. 10, 1895 ; (II) Lewis AllEN (Averill), 
b. Mar. 12, 1899. {^^ Samuel Herbert, b. Feb. 25, 1859; d. Oct. 
26, 1861 ; (4) Annie Dolly, b. Jan. 30, 1866; m. May 30, 1888, 
James J. Davidson, res. Brockton, Mass. 

4128 Lemuel,* b. May 2, 1822; d. y. 

4129 Dorothy,* b. May 8, 1823 ; d. July 1898; m. May 20, 1846, Thomas 

P., son of Stephen and Rhoda E. (Potter) Smith, b. Scituate, 
R. I., Sept. 5, 1823; he is a grain dealer at Chicago. Ch : (i) 
George Thomas, h. Providence, R. I., May 10, 1849; m. Frances 
Gay lord ; (2) Florence, b. Mar. 17, 1855 ; m. William S. Booth. 



198 IXGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Ch: (I) Thomas S. ; (II) Elsie, {i) Fred Wallace, h- Lock- 
port, in., Apr. 21, 1859; m. Fanny Dresser. 
4130 George,^ b. Dec. 2, 1825; m. Dec. 4, 1853, Phiana J., daughter of 
Elijah and Clarissa (Burnham) Griggs, b. Pomfret, Oct. 16, 
1831 ; he was a farmer at Alpha, Fayette Co., la., and d. Jan. 
1899. Ch : 

(4131) Clarissa Elizabeth,^ b. Nov. 26, 1854 ; d. May 3, 1881. 

(4132) Henry Lester,^ b. Feb. 28, 1858; d. Jan. 28, 1875. 

(4133) George Warren,^ b. Aug. 6, i860; tn. Aug. 7, 1882, Gertrude 

E. Williams ; he is a farmer at Ordway, Col. Ch : (4134) 
Harry Erwin,^'^ b. Stapleton, la., Aug. 24, 1883; (4135) 
Clarisa Mildred, 10 b. Feb. 15, 1885. 
(4136) Emma Maria,^ b. July 30, 1862 ; d. Feb. 28, 1864. 

4137 Nancy, ^ b. May 11, 1828; d. July 11, 1853. 

4138 Ellen, ^ b, June 22, 1832 ; d. July, 1893 ; m. Elisha Williams. Ch : 

{^i^ Gertrude E., m. George W. Ingalls ; ^2) Erivin, res. Ord- 
wa)', Col. 

2136 

Zebediah Ingalls," {Oliver,^ Zebediah,^ James,^ James,^ 
Hc7iryi^ Edinund^), son of Oliver and Betsey (Abbott) Ingalls, 
born Abington, Conn., Sept. 16, 1813 ; married, first, Dec. 16, 
1839, Lucy L- Arnold of Providence, R. I. She died Mar. 
19, 1848. Married, second, Feb. 17, 1852, Hannah Bowers 
Bourn. He lived at Providence, moved to Brooklyn, N. Y., 
about 1850, and was a commission merchant in New York City ; 
was a prominent member of Grace Episcopal Church at Brook- 
lyn, and died Sept. i, 1884. 

Children, by lyUcy L. Arnold : 

4139 Mary Elizabeth,^ b. June 20, 1840. 

4140 Charles Henry, ^ b. Nov. 13, 1842; m. July 26, 1865, Mary Anna 

Hopkins ; he is a merchant at New York City, residing at 
Brooklj'^n. Ch : 

(4141) Lucy Lippitt,^ b. Sept. 15, 1867; d. y. 

(4142) Mary, 9 b. Jan. 10, 1869. 

(4143) Frank Louthan,^ b. Oct. 11, 1872; d. Apr. 23, 1873. 

(4144) Gertrude Arnold, 9, b. Sept. 15, 1875. 

(4145) Charles Henry, •• b. Jan. 8, 1878. 

(4146) Florence Hopkins,^ b. Feb. 14, 1880. 

4147 Agnes Arnold, 8 b. Oct., 1844; d. Oct. 16, 1844. 

4148 Agnes Arnold,^ b. Nov. 11, 1847. 

Children, by Hannah B. Bourn : 

4149 William Bowers Bourn, ^ b. Oct. 11, 1853. 

4150 Francis Abbott,®b. Jan. 8, 1857 ; m. Oct. 21, 1891, Martha, daughter 

of Da\'id H. and Laura M. (McAlister) Houghtaling, b. Apr. 7, 
1865 ; he is a commission merchant in cotton goods at New 
York City, residing at Brooklyn. Ch : 

(4151) Laura Houghtaling,^ b. Dec. 14, 1893. 

(4152) Francis Abbott,^ b. Feb. 19, 1895. 
4153 Sally Anthony,^ b. Nov. 9, 1858. 



POvSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 199 

2191 

Frederic Cyrus Ingauus," {Cyncs,^ Nathaniel,^ Josiah," Jo- 
siah,^ Heyiry,- Edmund^) , son of Cyrus and Mary L. (Dakin) In- 
galls, born Peterboro, N. H., Sept. 17, 1832; married, Utica, 
N. Y., Aug. 9, 1865, Sophia, daughter of Gilbert A. and Or- 
pha (Bogne) Foster. She was born Utica, Dec. 8, 1837. He 
settled in Stephenson Co., 111., in 1856 ; was admitted to the bar 
and began the practice of law and in 1858 became engaged in 
the stirring political campaign between Lincoln and Douglass ; 
was active in the contest of i860 and a loyal supporter of the 
president during the war, being a member of every Congres- 
sional convention in his district. He was a friend and supporter 
of General Grant, organizing and presiding over the first Grant 
Club to promote his election to the presidency. In 1864 he was 
State Attorney, and in Lincoln's second term was elected State 
Attorney for the 14th Judicial district for a term of four years. 
In 1 87 1 he commenced practice in Chicago, remaining until 
1880, and then moved to Utica, N. Y., where he now resides. 

Children : 

4154 Catharine Helen, ^ b. Freeport, Nov. 10, 1866; d.July 29, 1871. 

4155 Frederic Cyrus, ^b. Freeport, Sept. 6, 1871 ; res. Utica. 
4157 Henry Sbe'ldon,* b. Chicago, Oct. 31, 1876; res. Utica. 

2210 

Eleazer Stiluman Ingalus," {Eleazer F.,^ John, ^ John, ^ Jo- 
seph^ Samuel ^^ Edmund^), son of Eleazer F. and Amy (Pearson) 
Ingalls, born Nashua, N. H., June 10, 1820; married, 1844, 
Martha Maria, daughter of Loammi and Susan (Buttrick) 
Pearson, a singular coincidence, having been born in the same 
house and room as her husband, Dec. 15, 1826. He learned 
blacksmithing at Nashua, drove an ox team to Antioch, 111., in 
1838. Here he worked at his trade while studying law, and 
then opened a law office at Antioch. In 1850 he was captain of 
a caravan that went to California overland, remained until 1853, 
and returned by the Isthmus and New York to Illinois. The 
journal he kept of this trip, now in possession of his daughter, 
Mrs. Sawyer, is very interesting. In 1859 he drove to the 
northern peninsula of Michigan and settled at Menominee. Here 
he opened a law office and practised until his death, Nov. 30, 



200 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

1879. He held the offices of County Judge, Probate Judge, 
Prosecuting Attorney, and Circuit Court Commissioner ; was a 
member of the Second Constitutional Convention of Michigan. 
He did not confine his attentions to the law, but devoted him- 
self to developing the countr}'. He engaged extensively in 
lumbering, and in 187 1 lost two saw mills and large tracts of 
timber by fire. He was one of the earliest champions of the 
mineral interests of Menominee iron range, and opened the first 
mine, also owned largely in other mineral lands ; under contract 
constructed the first state road in that part of the country and 
established and edited the first paper, the "Menominee Herald." 
His long career in pioneering brought him into close contact 
with numerous tribes of Indians with whom he maintained 
friendly relations. In the Winnebago tribe he went by the 
name of "Sogonosh," meaning "peace maker." A post-office 
called " Ingalls " and a township called " Ingleston " were 
named in his honor. 

Children : 

4158 Abbie Ridgeway,^ b. May 28, 1845 i d. Jan. 20, 1894 ; m. Andrew 

J. Ingalls, had thirteen children, (4158A) Harrison Els- 
worth'-' (Easton); (4158B) Mary Elizabeth » (Sherlock) ; (4158C) 
Charles Frederick^ (Easton) ; (4158D) Benjamin E.* (Easton) ; 
(4158E) Isabella G.9( Easton); (4158F) James R.^ (Easton). 

4159 Mary Amy,^ b. May 23, 1848 ; d. Autioch, Dec. 28, 1901 ; m. 

Franklin S. Milbury. Ch : (i) Fredeiick Mark, is managing 
foreman of Iron Works, Stevens Point, Wis.; (2) Guy Still man, 
dentist, San Francisco; (3) Percy, law student, San Francisco; 
(4) Faith; (5) Avis; {6) A)ny Irene, m. Symonds, res. 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

4160 Susan Jane,* b. July 3, 1850; d. Oct. 6, 1886; m. Timothy Cole, 

res. Chicago. Ch : (i) Ellen Susan, m. William Craft, res. 
Cupardino, Cal. 

4161 Charles Li%nngston,* b. Aug. 21, 1852 ; d. Aug. 26, 1875 ; n. m. 

4162 Frederick Stillman,* b. Feb. 20, 1855; d. Oct. 8, 1872 ; n. m. 

4163 Josephine Stillmanette,*b. Mar. 9, 1857 ; m.Apr. 13, 1880, AlvahL., 

son of Hiram and Barbara (Wilson) Sawyer, b. Burnett, Wis., 
Sept. 16, 1854; he is a lawyer at Menominee, served five years 
as city attorney and three on board of education. Ch : (i) 
Kenneth Ingalls, h. Nov. 30, 1884; (2) Gladys Barbara, h. Apr. 
20, 1888; (3) Meredith Phillips, b. July 3, 1890; (4) Wilda 
Loraine, b.Apr. 21, 1893; (5) Margery Isabel, b. July 10, 1896. 

4164 Martha Maria, ^ b. Jan. 26, 1859 ; m. Sept. 10, 1877, Percy McLeod, 

son of Martin and Laura A. (Beebe) Beaser, b. Ontonogan, 
Mich., Sep. 5, 1855; has a fruit ranch at Chicago Park, Nevada 
Co., Cal. Ch: {1) Scott Ingalls, b. Waucedah, Nov. 27, 1878; 
{2)Marttn Cole, b. Oct. 5, 1880; d. Sept. 16, 1881 ; (3) Harry 
Phillips, b. Menominee, Apr. 4, 1882; (4) Martha Stillmanette , 
b. Apr. II, 1884. 

4165 Arthur Jabez,^ b. Aug. 27, 1861 ; m. Clara Jacobs, res. Los 

Angelos, Cal. Ch : (4166) Arthur Stillman «. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 201 

2216 

Charles B. Ingalls/ {Eleazcr F.,^ John^^ John,^ Joseph,^ 
Samuel,'^ Edmund^), son of Eleazer F. and Amy (Pearson) In- 
galls, born Nashua, N. H., Dec. 20, 1826 ; married Mary Jane 
Gage. He lived at Antiocli, 111., Chicago, 111., and Waucedah, 
Mich., where he died May 30, 1892. 

Children : 

4167 Charles Gage,^ b. ; m. Helen Mercy, daughter of Daniel 

Howard and Helen M. (Howard) Ingalls, res. Spokane, Wash. 

4168 Frank Wellington,^ b. Antioch, Oct. 24, 1854; m. Dec. 22, 1878, 

Minnie Isabel, daughter of Howard D. and Helen M. (Howard) 
Ingalls ; he was a grain and lumber dealer fifteen years, then 
a hotel proprietor at Waucedah ; died while on a visit at 
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 25, 1902; held office of town treasurer. 
She res. at St. Paul, Minn. Ch : 

(4169) Clarence Frank, ^ b. May 12, 1880. 

(4170) Raymond Eugene,^ b. Jan. 4, 1883. 

(4171) Clyde Westman,^ b. May 12, 1887. 



2236 

Jonathan French Ingalls," {Daniel,^ John, ^ JoJm* Joseph,^ 
Samuel,- Edmu?id'^), son of Daniel and Merc}^ C. (Bancroft) In- 
galls, born Nashua, N. H., Oct. 11, 1829; married, July i, 
1868, Mary Almira, daughter of Hiram Meeker. She was 
born Indiana, 1845 ; died Hill City, S. D., Dec. 9, 1895. He 
went with his parents to Lake Co., 111., and in 1850 crossed the 
plains to the gold fields of California, placer mining with good 
success until 1853 ; returned to Illinois and engaged in raising 
and marketing horses ; again went to California remaining until 
1 86 1, and then with his brother Daniel was a lumber operator at 
Minneiska, Minn. ; went to the Black Hills in 1877, and in 1884 
to the Coeur d'Alene Country, Idaho, and is now engaged in 
mining at MuUan, Idaho. 

Children : 

4175 Clarisa Maria, ^ b. Minneiska, Apr. 9, 1869; d. Galena, S. D., Apr. 

9, 1897; m. Walter J. Groshong of Galena. Ch : (i) Linnie ; 
(2) Laura ; (3) Lloyd Willis; (4) Floyd ; (5) Clara; (6) Lucy. 

4176 Aloa Luella,* b. Minneiska, Aug. 4, 1871 ; d. Sept. 4, 1872. 

4177 Harrison Walter, » b. Crook City, S. D., Nov. 25, 1878 ; m. Town- 

send, Mont., Aug. 2, 1898, Bertha May, daughter of Samuel and 
Eleanor (Young) DeGrase, b. Ashland, Neb. Mar. 3, 1877 ; ^^ 
is engaged in mining and newspaper publishing at Mullan. 
No children. 



202 • INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

2238 

William Henry Ingalls," {Daniel,^ John, ^ John," Joseph,^ 
Sa7nuel,^ Edmund^), son of Daniel and Mercy C. (Bancroft) 
Ingalls, born Nashua, N. H., Apr. 23, 1834; married, 
Hainesville, 111., July 30, 1855, Caroline iVuGusTA Walker. 
She was born New York, 1837; died Mar. 17, 1893. He is a 
farmer and real estate agent at Ingalls, Minn., which post-office 
was named in his honor, and he has been the postmaster since 
it was established in 1885. He has held nearly all of the 
town offices, — supervisor, assessor, coroner, constable, justice 
of the peace, and notarj' public. 

Children : 

4178 Arsa Fremont,^ b. Hainesville, June 27, 1856; m. ist, Jan. i, 
1884, Florence Edith, daughter of Augustus and Almyra 
(Cottle) Holmes, b. Dec. 31, 1863; m. 2d, Apr. 11, 1900, Mrs. 
Mary Grace (Stoddard) Copper, b. Mahasaka, la., Dec. 17, 
1866, daughter of Charles and Elizabeth (Stoddard) Stoddard ; 
he is a newspaper publisher at Woodward, la. Ch : (4179) Glynn 
Holmes,9 b. Apr. 5, 1886 ; d. Sept. 5. 1886 ; (4180) Vera Grace,^ b. 
Sept. II, 1887. 

4181 William Daniel,^ b. Plainview, Minn., May 7, 1861 ; m. and lives 

at No. Yakima, Wash. 

4182 Alma,* b. June 5, 1865 ; m. Martin, res. Ashby, Minn. 

4183 Mabel lUie,'^ b. Sept. 12, 1873; m. 

4184 Ethel Leroy,^ b. Ivowville, Minn., June 28, 1879. 



lElobtb (3eneration. 
2350 

Joseph Augustus Ingalls,** {Ephrahn^' John, ^ John, ^ Joseph,'^ 
Nathaniel,^ Robert,^ Ednnaid^) , son of Ephraim and 'Elizabeth 
(Cloon) Ingalls, born Swampscott, Mass., Mar. 10, 1841 ; mar- 
ried, Feb., 1879, Mary A., daughter of Horace Bright of Cam- 
bridge. In 1875 he became a member of the firm of Ingalls & 
Kendrickson, one of the largest steam heating contractors in 
Boston, and was an active and successful business man. Colonel 
Ingalls was interested in militar}^ matters ; in 1864 became 
quartermaster of the 8th regiment M. V. M., in 1867 captain and 
assistant quartermaster of the second brigade, promoted to lieu- 
tenant colonel and then to major and assistant inspector general, 




COL. josi-;rH a. ixgalls. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 203 

resigning on account of ill health Apr. 17, 1891. He was a man 
of fine personal presence, energetic, with good executive ability. 
L,ived at Boston with a summer home at Swampscott. 

Children : 

4200 Horace Bright,^ b. Nov. 15, 18S0 ; he is a clerk in a broker's 

office at Boston. 

4201 Claire, 9 b. Apr. 25, 18S4. 

2406 

Wilfred Fisher Ixgalls," {Benjamiji /•.,' Williarti,^ Wil- 

liam^-' William,^ Nathanich^ Robert^- Edmicnd'^), son of Benjamin 

F. and Sophronia (Thomas) lugalls, born Sullivan, Me., Mar. 

28, 1844; married. San Jose, Cal., Aug. 17, 1870, Catherine 

Margaret, daughter of William M. and Catherine (Kellj^ 

Linton. She was born at St. Joseph, Mich., Jan. 18, 1850. He 

is a hardware merchant at Xapa. Cal. ; has held the offices of 

United States Surveyor, Collector of Internal Revenue, and 

postmaster. 

Children, born Alvardo, Cal. : 

4202 Marion Wallace,^ b. May 6, 1871. 

4203 Wilfred Linton,^ b. Aug. 15, 1873. 

4204 Edna Margaret,^ b. Oct. 27, 1875. 

4205 Everett Alden,^ b. July 15, 1890. 

2414 

Frank Salter Ixgalls," {BenJami?iF.,'' William,^ Willia?n,^ 
William,* Nathaniel^^ Robert:- Edmund'^), son of Benjamin F. 
and Sophronia (Thomas) Ingalls, born Sullivan, Me., Jan. 8, 
1851 ; married, Oakland, Cal.. Nov. 18. 1874, Madora, 
daughter of Nathan W. and Mary T. (Clinklingbeard) Spauld- 
ing. She was born Jan. 29, 1S55. He is a civil engineer at 
Yuma, Ariz. ; has been mayor of the cit}- two terms and is a 
Representative to the present Legislature. 

Children : 

4206 Walter Spaulding,^ b. Alvardo, Mar. 18, 1876 ; m. Apr. 10, 1902, 

Laura Conway. 

4207 Merrill Franklin, » b. Salimas, Mar. 29, 1S78 ; d. Feb. 14, 1882. 

4208 Charles Barlow,^ b. Mar. 28, 1880. 

4209 Mary Theresa, ^ b. Yuma, Ariz., Oct. 13, 1883; m. May 31, 1901, 

Theodore Price. 

4210 Harry Salter,® b. Aug. 18, 1S86, 

4211 Addie Preble,® b. Jan. 27, 



204 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

2426 

James Withey Ingalls,* {fames,' Hon-y,^ Amos,'' Heyiry,^ 
Nathaniel,^ Robert r Edmioid^), sou of James and Loranna 
(Withey) Ingalls, boru Lynn, Mass., Feb. 23, 1823; married, 
first, Nov. 28, 1844, Mary Ann, daughter of William Jackson. 
She died Oct. 3, 1884. Married, second, Apr. 1886, Emeline 
S. Cutler. He was a shoe manufacturer at Lynn ; held 
offices of councilman, alderman, overseer of the poor, commis- 
sioner of Pine Grove cemetery, and a leading public man, now 
retired. 

Children, born Lynn : 

4212 Mary Lucy,^ b. Jtily 15, 1846 ; d. Mar. 20, 1864. 

4213 Charles Henry ,3 b. June 9, 1848; m. Oct. 23, 1S76, Helen P., 

daughter of Rufus and Mary A. (Wooley) Kimball, b. Lynn, 
Oct. 2, 1S55 ; he is a shoe manufacturer at Lvnn, Ch : 

(4214) Helen Anabel.i^ b. June 5, 187S. 

(4215) Lucy Mildred, 1^ b. Apr. 9, iSSo ; d. Jan. 31, iSSi. 

4216 Georgiana Jackson,® b. June 7, 1S50; m. May 31, 1875, Rev. Alexan- 

der Dight of Mercer, Pa., res. Xatick, Mass. Ch : (i) Georgi- 
ana May, b. Mar. 20, 1877; m. Nov. 20, 1901, Ralph Waldo 
Gilkey of Natick. 

4217 James Frederick,® b. June 19, 1S53 ; m. Ft. Edward, N. Y., Nov. 

20, 1879, Emma Florence, daughter of Warren F. and Ruie 
(Fuller) Gunn, b. Greenville, N. Y., June 23, 1854; he is en- 
gaged in the mail order business and as a publisher at Lynn, 
is an active member of M. E. church. Ch : 

(4218) Ruie Florence, !'•' b. May 29, 1884. 

(4219) James Warren, i'^ b. Feb. 24, 1887. 

4220 Edward Manning,® b. Apr. 19, 1857; m. Oct. 26, 1886, Martha W., 
daughter of Frederick W. Pelley, b. Oct. 26, 1865 ; he is clerk 
for the General Electric Co. at Lvnn. Ch : 

(4221) Ethel Mar\-,io b. Sept. 8, 18S7.' 

(4222) Lucy Mahala,!^ b. Oct. 8, 18S9. 

(4223) Herbert Edward, ic' b. Apr. 8, 1S93. 

(4224) Warren Manning, ^'^ b. July 8, 1895. 

4225 Susan Emma,® b. Mar. 16, 1859 ; d. Jan. 7, 1865. 



2435 

Thomas Ingalls,^ (/(?/i«,' Thomas,^ John, ^ William,'^ Eleazer,^ 
Robert ^^ Edvuuid^), son of John and Martha (Knapp) Ingalls, 
bom Marblehead, Mass., Oct. i, 1824; married. Mar. 27, 1851, 
JuLiETE Beal. He was a prominent citizen at Marblehead, held 
the office of postmaster many j-ears, also selectman and assessor. 
He was a member of the Massachusetts House of Representa- 
tives 1872, and Senator 1875-76. He died Aug. , 1896. 




HON. THOMAS IXGALLS. 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 205 

Children, born Marbleliead : 

4226 Thoiuas,^ b. Oct. 30, 1852; in. 1878, Almira Sweet; he res. ]\Iar- 
blehead. Ch : (4227) Thomas W.,i'^ b. Dec. 14, 187S; (4228) 
Frauk,i« b. Apr. 28, 1883. 
+4229 John Beal,^ b. Feb. 11, 1854; m. IMarj' Conwa}^. 

4230 Martha,^ b. Nov. 25, 1858 ; m. Philip Bridgeo, she res. Marble- 

head. Ch : (i) Erring, b. Mar. 4, 1888 ; (2) 3Iabcl, b. Sept. i, 
1890; (7,) P/n'h'p, h. Aug. 13, 1895. 

4231 Frank, ^b. Feb. 17, 1862; d. Nov. 18, 1894; m. Mary S. Craiger, 

she res. Marblchead ; he was a travelling salesman. Ch : 
(4232) Walter Everett, i'' b. June 30, 1890; (4233) Harold 
Clifford, w b. Oct, 30, 1893. 



2562 

Silas Ingalls," {Enoch,' Jacob,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Edmund,^ 
John,"^ Edmimd^), sou of Enoch and Nancy (Bishop) Ingalls, 
born Norton Hill, N. Y., Apr. 12, 1823 ; married, June 8, 1856, 
Helen, daughter of John P. and Marj^ Ann (Scouton) Snell. 
She was born Sept. 26, 1836; died Linn, Wis., Sept. 4, 1887. 
He emigrated to Wisconsin when the country was new, took up 
a large tract of land on the south shore of Geneva Lake, in the 
township of Linn, Walworth Co., where he now resides. He 
taught the first school on Bigfoot Prairie. 

Children : 

4234 Jerome,^ b. May i, 1857; m. Nov. 12, 1885, Olive Van Allen, b. 
Crystal Lake, 111., Nov. 2, 1862; he is a boat builder and con- 
tractor on Geneva Lake, (post-ofEce Walworth). Ch : (4235") 
Edna Blanche, i" b. Sept. 13, 1891. 

4236 Wallace,'^ b. Nov. 21, 1859 ; m. June 2, 1886, Emma J. Tooker, b. 
Bigfoot, 111., Mar. 28, 1862 ; he grad. Albany, N. Y. law school, 
1882 ; was in practice at Elkhorn, Wis. and elected district 
attorney ; moved to Racine in 1892 and is in practice there. 
Cb : (4237) Ralph, w b. Apr. 5, 1887 ; (4238) Harold, ic' b. Nov. 
9, 1890; (4239) Marion,!'^ b. Apr. 27, 1892 ; (4240) Helen Maria,!'' 
b. Sept. I, 1895. 

4241 Henry A.,^b. May 22, 1861 ; m. Apr. 8, 1893, Owens ; he grad. 

Union Law College, Chicago, 1891 ; is now mining contractor 
residing at Oakland, Cal. Ch : (4242) Carl O.,io b. Feb. 4, 1894. 

4243 John P.,'' b. Jan. 28; 1864, grad. B. L., North Western University 

1893 ; was in practice of law at Racine until 1898 ; was member 
of Compauj' F., ist Regt. Wis. National Guarcls, and mustered 
into the regular army to serve two years during the Spanish 
War ; is now a lawyer at Chicago with an office at Walw'orth. 

4244 Frank, ^ b. Dec. 20, 1867; m. ist, Fiddie Wilkinson ; d. ; m. 

2d, Laura Smith ; heis a farmer at Linn, (post-office Walworth). 
Ch : (4245) Eva I'-'; (-4246) Howard W; (4247) Son 10. 

4248 Amos J ,^ b. Dec. 28, 1870; he is a farmer on the homestead. 

4249 Hiram Snell," b. Jime 21, 1875 ; he is a farmer at Linn. 



'-^06 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

2563 

Harvey Ingalls,* {Enoch ^' Jacob, ^ Joseph,^ Joseph ^'^ Edmund,^ 
John,^ Edmund'^), son of Enoch and Nancy (Bishop) Ingalls, 
born Norton Hill, N. Y.. May 28, 1827; married Huldah 
RuGG. He went to Wisconsin in 1848, then was a miner four 
years in Plumms Co., Cal., returned to Wisconsin, and shortly 
afterwards engaged in farming at Cottonwood, Minn., finally re- 
turned to Wisconsin, where he now resides. 



Children 



4250 Hannah,^ b. May 10, 1874. 

4251 Enoch, ^ b. Aug. 7, 1875. 

4252 William,^ b. June 19, 1877. 

4253 Nancy, ^ b. May 16, 1880. 

4254 Harriet, 9 b. June 29, 1881 ; 

4255 Edward," b. Jan. 10, 1883. 

4256 Emma," b. May 26, 1886. 

4257 Truman," b. Feb. 17, 1888. 



2577 

Lucius Ingalls,^ {Henry ^' Jacob, ^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ Edmund,^ 
John, '^ Edmimd^), son of Henrj^ and Huldah (Gordon) Ingalls, 
born Norton Hill, N. Y.. Oct. 8, 1827 ; married, Oct. 17, 1848, 
Henrietta, daughter of Anson and Abigail (Pierce) Wright 
of Wright, St. Greene Co., N. Y. She was born Aug. 25, 1827 ; 
died Dec. 26, 1902. He lives on the farm cleared by his grand- 
father at Norton Hill, and spends his winters in New Jersey. 

Children, born Norton Hill : 

4258 Mary Ellen," b. July 22, 1849; ^- Sept. 13, 1876, Alonzo, sou of 

William and Anna (King) Norton. No children. 

4259 Calvin Anson," b. Oct. 19, 1850 ; m. Sept. 29, 1873, Mary, daughter 

of Martin and Hannah (Webster) Rockerfellow ; he is a farmer 

with his father at Norton Hill. Ch : 
(4260) Henry Rockerfellow, i'- b. Aug. 22, 1874; m. Nov. 16, 1898, 
Flora, daughter of William and Nettie (Pratt) Hartt ; he 
is a farmer at Norton Hill. Ch : (4261) Helen Hartt," b. 
Aug. 27, 1899; (4262) Henry Edmund," b. Sept. 25, 1900; 
(4263) Alonzo Norton," b. Oct. 14, 1901. 
(4264) Marion Ethel, ^'^ b. May 13, 1876; m. Dec. 16, 1894, Willsey 
G., son of Albert and Abbie (Robinson) Hale; he is a 
farmer at Batsto. N. Y. Ch : (i) Mildred Alice, b. Sept. 
21, 1895 ; (2) JMerrill George, b. Nov. 13, 1896 ; (3) Hoivard 
Leslie, b. Apr. 29, 1898 ; (4) Elsie Beatrice, b. Dec. 16, 
1899. 
4265 Emma," b. Mar. 27, 1852; m. Nov. 5, 1881, Frank, son of Barclay 

and Emma (Thomas) Middleton, he is a surveyor at Atlantic 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 207 

City, N. J. Ch : (0 Eloise Ingalls, b. Feb. i6, 1883; {2) Laura 
Mabellc, b. June 26, 1884; (3) Locrctia May, b. Oct. 15, 1885; 
(4) Helen Idell, b. Apr. 26, 1890. 

4266 Heury,^ b. Aug. 14, i860 ; d. Apr. 20, 1865. 

4267 Edward W.,"b. Feb. 9, 1862; d. Aug. 11, 1865. 



2590 

Ransom Benjamin Ingalls,* {Trianan'' Jacob'' Joseph,^ Jo- 
seph,^ Edmtaid,^ Johii,'^ Edmund}), son of Truman and Abigail 
(Cowell) Ingalls, born Norton Hill, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1836; mar- 
ried, Granville, Dec. 29, 1859, Adaline, daughter of Hiram 
and Elvira (Thorn) Losee. He is a farmer at Norton Hill. 

Children, born at Norton Hill : 

4268 Edgar, ^ b. Oct. 31, 1862; m. Nov. 12, 1884, Emma, daughter of 
Erastus aud Elizabeth (Davis) Boughton of Rensselaerville ; he 
is a farmer at Norton HilL Ch : 

(4269) Adaliue.ic b. Apr. 13, 1886. 

(4270) Bertha, w b. July 20, 1889. 

(4271) Raymond,!'' b. Q^t. i, 1892. 

4272 Truman Lincoln, 9 b. Nov. 9, 1864; m. Nov. 24, 1885, Carrie L., 
daughter of Edgar and Hannah M. (Hotaliug) vSpalding of 
Lamb's Corner ; he is a farmer at Norton Hill. Ch : 

(4273) Warren Truman, ^'^ b. Apr. 30, 1888. 

(4274) Ransom Edgar, 10 b. Mar 22, 1890. 

(4275) Carrie, i'^ b. Nov. 28, 1891. 
C4276) Stanley Losee, i'^ b. Dec. 7, 1892. 

(4277) Clarence, 10 b. Oct. 18, 1895. 

(4278) Elgirtha,^ b. Oct. 13, 1897. 

(4279) Ruth Edna,!'' \, Y€o. 23, 1900. 

4280 Nellie, '=' b. Apr. 30, 1867. 

4281 William, 'J b. Mar. 24, 1869; d. Apr. 17, 1869. 



2596 

Thaddeus W. INGALLvS,^ {Cyrus} Jacob,^ /osep/i ,^ /oscph} Ed- 
mund,^ John^^ Edmund^), son of Cyrus and Hannah (Griffin) In- 
galls, born So. Westerlo, N. Y., Apr. 15, 1827 ; married Sylvia 
A. LoCKWOOD. She died Dec, i, 1884. He was a farmer at 
Westerlo, N. Y., and died there Mar. 17, 1S92. 

Children, born So. Westerlo : 

4282 Lorzina,^ b. July 5, 1850; m. Oct. 12, 1870. William C, son of 
Hiram and Delila (Winston) Atkins, b. Apr. 27, 1849 ; he is a 
farmer at Chesterville Westerlo, N. Y. Ch : ( i ) Archibald C. 
(Atkins), b. Dec. 4, 1871 ; m. Dec. 28, 1892, Eldora Castle; he 
is a farmer at Chesterville. Ch : (I) Eva Lena (Atkins), b. 
May II, 1894; (II) Mildred C. (Atkins), b. Sept. 27, 1896. (2) 
Chauncey V. (Atkins), b. Mar. 3, 1874 ; m. Oct. 29, 1901, Eva 



208 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

E., daughter of Allen C. and Elsie (Hannay) Sheldon; he is a 
farmer at Westerlo ; (3) Elvin B. (Atkins), b. May 31, 18S2. 
4283 Cyrus, ^ b. Dec. 5, 1851 ; m. Jan. 4, 1876, Lozina, daughter of 
Robert and Sarah Swartout ; he is a wall paper agent at 
Thayer's Corners, Westerlo, N. Y. Ch : 

(4284) Frank George, ^'^ b. Oct. 15, 1876; educated Greenville Acad- 

emy, Oneonta Normal School, and Syracuse University, 
now a teacher in a college preparatory school. New York 
City. 

(4285) Elmer Thaddeus.io b. Sept. 18, 1878 ; is a teacher at Westerlo. 

(4286) Viola Etta, 10 b. Aug. 2, 1880. 

(4287) Cyrus Leander,ici b. Nov. 18, 1888. 

4288 Josephine, 9 b. Oct. 7, 1853; m. July 16, 1873, Frank L., son of 

Lucius and Harriet (Conrad) De La Mater of Medina, N. Y.; 
he is a real estate dealer at Chicago, living at Harvey, 111. Ch ; 
(i) Harriet C. (De La Mater), b. Oct. 7. 1876; m. Oct. 14, 1897, 
Burton C, son of Rev. William O. and Sophia V. (Hendricks) 
Dinius ; he is an electrical engineer at Ziou City, 111. 

4289 Franklin,^ b. Apr. 20, 1855 ; d. 1864. 

4290 Estelle,^ b. Oct. 14, 1859 ; d. 1862. 

4291 Adam Thorburn,^ b. Feb. 10, i860; m. Harriet V., daughter of 

Gilbert and Magdalene (Slingerland) Briton ; he is an air brake 
inspector and instructor, res. Ravena, N. Y. Ch : (4292) Jennie 
M.,Mb. Dec. 31, 1885; (4293) Harold A.," b. Apr. 16, 1894; d. 
Aug. 20, 1897; (4294) Josephine, 1*^ b. June 18, 1898. 

4295 Elmer E.,^ b. Aug. 25, 1861 ; d. y. 

4296 Mary T.,^ b. Mar. 3, 1864; d. y. 

4297 Vernon N.,^b. Mar. 11, 1870; m. Maggie Miller, res. Albany, N. 

Y. Ch: (4298) Ruth 10; (4299) Syhna^o: (4300) Marion 10. 

2627 

Ralph Walby Ingalls,^ (^Ferdinand'' Ebenezcr,^ Stephen,^ 
Sannicl,* Ediniuid,^ John,'^ Edmjmd^) , son of Ferdinand and 
lyucy (Parshell) Ingalls, born Middlefield. N. Y., Sept. 20, 1835 ; 
married Jane, daughter of Moses and Lncintha (Granger) Buel. 
She was born Feb. 10, 1840. He is a farmer at Mazonville, 
(P. O. Tacoma), Delaware Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

4301 Albert,^ b. Dec. 30, i860; he is of the firm of Root & Ingalls, 

Franklin, N. Y. 

4302 Augusta Ann,' b. Nov. 22, 1862 ; m. Joseph Cornell. 

4303 Dora,' b. July 29, 1865 ; m. Emory H. Root, res. Franklin. 

4304 Dewitt,' b. Dec. 10, 1871. 

4305 Elmer,' b. Jan. 7, 1874. 

4306 Lucy May,' b. May 7, 1S78. 

2643 

John Lougee Ingalls,^ Ebcnezcr,' Ebcnczcr^' Timothy,^ 
Samuel,* SavnccI,^ Hc7iry,'^ Edvnmd'^) son of Ebenezer and Mary 
(Lougee) Ingalls, born Feb. 9, 1795 ; married Roxanna Weth- 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



209 



ERBEE. She was born Connecticut; died Michigan, Mar. 15, 
1876. He was a farmer at Dresden, N, Y., and died Nov. 6, 
1879. 

Children, born Dresden : . 

+4307 John,^b. Jan. i, 1822; m. Polly Bartholomew. 

4308 Roxanna,^ d. age fifteen. 

4309 Eliza E.,^ m. John, son of John C. and Pleatus (Brewster) Bur- 

gess, b. Jtily 9, 182 1 ; was a farmer at Hillsboro, Weld Co., Col. 
Ch: (i) Willard Henry, b. Rodgersville, N. Y., Sept. 7, 1848; 
{2) Freeinatt CV/arto, b. Dresden, July 31, 1850; (3) Theodore 
Corjielius, b. June 14, 1852 ; (4) Herbert John, b. Mar. 10, 1854; 
(5) Leiuis Fremont, b. Waquoketa, la.. June 14, 1856; (6) Myron 
Edtuard, b. Delmar, la., Aug. 16, 1858; (7) Philip Alphonso, 
b. Aug. 3, i860; (8) Hiram Elmer, b. Oct. 28, 1862 : (9) Carrie 
Bell, b. Oct. I, 1864; (10) Ida Roxanna, b. Mar. 24, 1867; (11) 
Grove Walter, b. June 20, 1869. 

4310 Henry ,^ b. ; m. ist, Jan. 20, 1853, Mary, daughter of Gen. 

David and Maria (Benjamin) Barrett, b. Dresden, N. Y., Nov. 
II, 1833; m. 2d, Nov. 13, 1901, Adaline, daughter of Edward 
and Rhoda (Wicker) Adams, b. West Haven, Vt., Feb. i, 1843 ; 
he is a farmer at West Haven. Ch : 
(4311) David P., 1'^ b. Dresden, July 13, 1854; d. Feb. 20, 1884; m. 

Mary Jane Barrett; he was a farmer at West Haven. Ch : 

(4312) Henry J."; (4313) Rush Holcomb"; (4314) Daisy 

Pearl ". 
(4315) Charles Henry, 1° b. Dresden, Apr. 22, 1859; m. Mary Jane, 

daughter of Burr and Lucy (Jones) Benjamin ; he is a 

salesman for the Standard Oil Co. at Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Ch : (4316) Fannie Cornelia, ^^ b. Dresden, Jan. 6, 1879 ; m. 
Laprarie ; (4317) Walter Benjamin," b. Aug. 23, 

1885 ; (4318) David Royal," b. West Haven, Dec. 6, 1888 ; 

(4319) Rockwell Irving," b. Apr. 28, 1897. 

4320 Charles,^ d. ; m. Emeline Woodcock, his widow res. 

Schuylerville, N. Y. 

4321 Myron H.,^ b. Nov. 2, 1836; m. ist, Jan. i, 

' m. 2d, Apr. 13, 1864, 

3d, May 27, 188 



1859, Sophronia 

Penlopa Barrett, 

Louise, daughter of 

He is a farmer at Wind- 



Myron H.,^ b. Nov 
Carter, d. Aug. 2, 1863 
d. Jan. 14, 1878 ; m. 
Michael and Selma (Webster) Delora 
ham, Vt. Ch : 
(4322) Freeman Myron, 1° b. Dresden, May 27, 1865. 

Marcellus Harrison, 10 b. Sept. 20^ 1868; m. Dresden, Dec. 
14, 1892, Eva E., daughter of James M. and Martha 
(Crane) Eastman of Windham, Vt., b. Canton, N. Y., Mar. 
29, 1869; he is a farmer at Windham. Ch : (4324) Irene 
I.," b. Whitehall, N. Y., Mar. 10, 1894; (4325) Myron 
Munroe," b. Windham, Apr. 11, 1896 ; (4326) Edith Mae," 
b. Feb. 15, 1901. 
Orville Arthur, 1° b. July 4. 1881. 
Maud Leona,i°b. Apr. 19, 1884; d. Dec. 2, 1891. 
Roscoe Conkling,!" b. Sept. 28, 1885. 
John Martin, 1'' b. Julv 15, 1887. 
Rufus Allen, 1*^ b. Whitehall, Jan. 28, 1891. 
Polly Grace, ^ m. Nov. 28, 1856, George W., son of Joseph and 
Annie (Chatman) Barrett, res. Yale, Mich. Ch : {i) James IV., 
b. 1857; d. Sept. 26, 1858; (2) Frances E., m. Oct. 2, 1879, 
George W. Saville, he is a harness maker at Yale. Ch : (I) 
Gi,Enn; (II) Bruce; (HI) Ralph, d. ; (IV) Carl; 

14 



(4323) 



(4327) 
(4328) 
(4329) 
(4330) 
(4331) 
4332 



210 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(V) Pearl; (VI) Muriel; (VII) Fred. (3) Alonzo B.,h. 
i860; d. Oct. 28, 1891; m. Dec. 26, 1882, Carrie Coops. Ch : (I) 
. Ethel, d. ; (II) Mary Grace; (III) Eugene; (IV) 

Maud; (V) Earl. (4) J/zV^r^'a? ^. m. Harrj- Thorne, black- 
smith at Yale; (5) Haltie B., m. Sept. 2. 1885, John Miller, 
a farmer at Peck, Mich. Ch : (I) Cloud ; (II) Floyd, d. ; 

(III) DONXA. (6) Ella R., m. Feb. 7, 1898, John Miller, a 
farmer at Yale. Ch : (I) Roy ; (II) Williams, {j) Grace A., 
m. Nov. 21, 1894, George Connell, a printer at Flint, Mich. 
Ch: (I) Gwenda. (8) George IV., res. Watertown, N. Y.; (9) 
Ethel F., d. ; (10) Goldia, d. 

4333 Willard,»b. Feb. 18, 1831 ; d. West Haven, Vt., Apr. 8, 1896; m. 
Ellen, daughter of Gen. David and Maria (Benjamin) Barrett, 
b. Dresden, N. Y., July 22, 1836; he was a farmer. Ch : (4334) 
Willard,^''^ b. Jan. 18, 1857; he is a farmer at West Haven. 
(4335) Hiram O.," b. May 6, 1862: m. Oct. 16, 1889, Lizzie, 
daughter of William and Mary ^Crowley) Preston, b. Fair- 
haven, Sept. 10, 1865; he is a musician at West Haven. 



2656 

HiBBARD IxGALLS,^ {Ebeiiezer'' Ebenezer,^ Timothy, ° Samuel,* 
Samuel,^ Henry, '^ Edmund^), son of Ebenezer and P0II3' (Harris) 
Ingalls, born New Hampton, N. H., Jan. 13, 1805 ; married, 
first, Nov. 26, 1829, S.^rah Dudley. She was born Feb. 25, 
1809; died Sept. 13, 1847. Married, second, Apr. 6, 1848, 
Eliza M. daughter of Darius and Tama (Chapin) Sprague. 
She was born Granville, N. Y., Feb. 18, 1818; died Westport. 
Feb 26, 1888. He was a lumberman in his early years and for 
fifty years a preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church, having 
been licensed in 1837, and ordained in 1852. His time was di- 
vided between his farm and preaching to small communities. 
He was a genuine old-time Methodist, making up in earnest- 
ness, piety, and common sense what he lacked in education. 
His name is still a household word in that neighborhood. On 
his eightieth birthday he walked seven miles to preach, the 
roads being too bad to drive over. He died Ticonderoga, N.Y., 
Sept. 23, 1894. 

Children, by Sarah Dudley : 

4336 Jane Ann,^ b. May 14, 1835 ; m. William B. Grant, res. Crown 

Point. Ch : (i) ArtJuir Clifton, d. y ; (2) Belle, m. C. D. Todd. 
Ch : (I)HiBBARD Ingalls. 

4337 John Fletcher,^ b. Feb. 19, 1843 ; d. Culpepper, Va., Nov. 24, 1863. 

4338 Susan Tamson,^ b. June 27, 1847; m. Dr. Hiram R. Field. Ch : 

{!) Julia N., d. 1880; m. William C. Barbee. Ch : ri) Fred; 
(II) Bessie, (2) Sarah S.,h. May 29, 1878, res. Rockville Cen- 
ter, n. m. 



POvSTERlTY OF EDMUND INGALI.vS, OF LYNN. 211 

Children, by Eliza M. Sprague : 

4339 Libbie Anise, ^ b. Mar. 21, 1849 ; m. W. G. Wiley, res. Ticonderoga. 

Ch. (i) Pearlie Mary, b. May 7, 1870 ; d. Apr. 4, 1873 ; (2) Lina 
Teen, b. Oct. 29, 1873 ; d. Nov. 27, 1879. 

4340 Allen Penfield,^ b. June 25, 1853 ; d. Jan. 22, 1855. 

4341 Eulettie Marion,-' b. Sept. 7, 1857; m. Sept. 4, 1883, Dr. Frank 

Thomas DeLano, res. Rockville Center, N. Y. 



2667 

GiivMAN Ingali^,'^ {Gihna7i,' Ebenezer^^ Timothy,^ Sa7}iuel* 
Sa)}iic€l,^ Hetiry,- Edmund^), son of Gilman and Abigail (Emer- 
son) Ingalls, born Jan. 29, 1798 ; married Sally Roberts. He 
was a farmer at Bristol, N. H., and died there 1862. 

Children, born Bristol : 

4342 Gustavus Washington,^ b. May 24, 1824 ; m. Mary C, daughter 
of Da\-id and Susan (Harriman) Sleeper of Bristol, b. 1828 ; d. 
Apr. 21, 1903. He lived at Concord, N. H. and enlisted Aug. i, 
1861 as band leader 3d N. H. Regiment Infantry; re-enlisted 
Jan., 1863 as band leader of the 2d Brigade loth Army Corps, 
and mustered out July 4, 1865 ; he is now a manufacturer of 
organ reeds at Worcester, Mass. Ch : 
(4343) Walter Gustavus, ^'^ b. Concord, Aug. 10, 1855 ; m. ist, Nov. 
1879, Mary Gertriide, daughter of Joseph and Mary 
(Flower) Leland, d. May 21, 1884; m. 2d, Oct. 12, 1885, 
Hattie May, daughter of Daniel and Sophronia (Smith) 
Dunbar ; he is a pipe organ tuner at Worcester and has 
played the organ at the first Unitarian church twenty- 
seven years. Ch : (4344) Lotta Mildred," b. June 31, 
1881 ; (4345) Francis Dunbar," b. Mar. 4, 1887; (4346) 
Evan Gilman," b. Sept. 8, 1899; d. Jan. 16, 1900. 

4347 Amanda Jane,^ m. ist, Joseph Rollins; 2d, George Dow, res. 

Bristol. 

4348 Lucinda,^ d ; m. Andrew J. Waite. No children. 

4349 Mahala,^ d. ; m. Orrin Nelson. 

4350 George H., 9 b. Feb. 5, 1832; d. Feb. 8, 1899; m. ist, ; 2d, 

Helen Louise Edmunds of Warner, N. H.; he was a noted 
musician, living at Concord; taught singing schools through- 
out the state ; during the war he was a member of the band of 
which his brother was a leader, returning from the war he con- 
tinued in active service in a musical way for thirty 3-ears. At 
one time he was a member " Father Kemps" Old Folks Con- 
cert Co. as cornetist and tenor soloist ; he had few equals as a 
musician, playing all band instruments, the church organ and 
a violinist of more than ordinary ability, a composer of band, 
church and orchestra music and many songs. Ch : 

(4351) Alphonso,io m. Mary E. Sawyer, res. Warner, N. H. Ch : 
(4352) Louisa Foster "; (4353) Walter Sawyer ". 

(4354) Susie Angle, 1'^ m. Charles Herbert Osgood, res. Warner. Ch : 

(i) Helen Merriain. 

4355 Horace Langdon,^ b. Aug. 31, 1838; m. Mar. 9, 1869, Mary Paulina, 

dau. of Abel L., and Paulina (Phelps) Crosby, b. Groton, N. H., 

Apr. 21, 1844 ; he enlisted as a private April, 1861, Co. I, ist N. 



212 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

H. Infantry; mustered out Aug., 1861, re-enlisted Dec, 1861, 
Company H., 8th Infantry as corporal; appointed sergeant 
June, 1862 ; discharged for disability May, 1863 ; re-enlisted 
Dec, 1864, Company G, 18th Infantrj' as sergeant; appointed 
commissary-sergeant and mustered out July, 1865 ; has been 
Representative to the Legislature, Sergeant-at-Arms of the 
House, also delegate to Constitutional Convention, is now 
assistant janitor of State House at Concord. Ch : 

(4356) Linna Augusta, 10 b. Hill, N. H., May 13, 1873. 

(4357) Delia Leona,^° b. Groton, Mar. 22, 1877. 

4358 Frances,^ b. ; d. 1900 ; m. Geo. F. Prcscott of Franklin. 

4359 Jolio Henry ,^ b. ; d. 1863, soon after his discharge from the 

army. 

4360 Mary,^ m. Louis Pattee ; res. Bristol, N. H. 

4361 Ann ^. 

4362 Augusta ^. 

2669 

JosiAH Emerson Ingalls,* {Gilmaii^' Ebcnczer,^ Timothy,^ 
Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Henry, ^ Edmurid^), son of Gilman and Abi- 
gail (Emerson) Ingalls, born New Hampton, N. H., Sept. 6, 
1802; married first, Dorothy Sanborx. She died Nov. 1831. 
Married, second, Lucy Bell Ladd. She died age eighty-four. 
He was a farmer and selectman at Alexandria, N. H., and died 
Oct. 28, i860. 

Children, born Alexandria: 

4363 Josiah Sanborn,^ b. Dec. 13, 1827; m. July 16, 1851, Laura L., 

daughter of William and Eunice (Huckins) Mudgett, b. Bristol, 
Jan. 21, 1829; he is a carriage maker at Concord. No children. 

4364 Sullivan,^ b. Jan. 15, 183 1 ; d. Sept. 14, 1876; m. Sarah F. Her- 

bert. Ch: (4365) Clara M.io ; (4366) Ardena L..^^ both 
teachers at Bristol. 

Children, by Eucy B. Eadd : 

4367 Harriet Elizabeth, ^ b. 1837 ; m. Charles L. Dalton, res. Alex- 

andria. No children. 

4368 Harvey Nichols,^ m. twice, 2d, widow Betsey- (Ayers) Melvin, has 

only one daughter living, (4369) Melvina,!'^ m. Crosby and 

res. Franklin. No children. 
4370 Luther,^ b. m. ist, Eliza A., daughter of John and Jenny 

(French) Jewell ; m. 2d, Sarah Emmons; he lived at Bristol, 

N. H.; had two children, (4371) Frank George. ^^ 
4373 George Washington,^ b. ; d. ; m. Lane, d. ; 

had three daughters li\nng in Philadelphia. 



2685 

David Ingalls,^ {James,' Jonathan,^ Timothy,^ Samuel,* 
Samuel,^ Henry, "^ Edmiaid^), son of James and Ruth (Sleeper) 
Ingalls, born May 31, 1796 ; married Betsey, daughter of Samuel 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 213 

Taggart of Dunham, P. Q. She was born 1797, d. Sept. 1841. 
He moved from Dunham to lyima, N. Y., thence in 1832 to Al- 
mont, Mich., where he died Nov. 7, 1865. The Ingalls, Sleep- 
er, Taggart, and Sanborn families moved from N. H., then to 
Canada, next to N. Y. and thence to Mich. He was noted for 
his industry and radical temperance ideas. 

Children : 

4377 Orson,9 b. Lima, N. Y., Sept. 12, 1818; m. Jan. 2, 1842, Mary L., 
daughter of Jedediah and Betsey (Starkweather) Hough, b. N. 
Y., May 24, 1821 ; d. Almont, Mich., Mar. 23, 1900 ; he is a re- 
tired farmer at Almont. Ch : 

(4378) Martha, 1'^ b. May 30, 1844; d. Sept. 17, 1883 ; m. Clarence P. 

Leete. No children. 

(4379) Benton T.,1''-' b. June 25, 1846 ; d. June 29, 1880. 

(4380) Carlton, 1'^ b. Oct. 11, 1852. 

(4381) Nina B.,10 b. Dec. 6, 1856. 

4382 Emily, ^ b. May 21, 1820; d. Feb. 5, 1892; m. Sheldon B. Bristol. 

No children. 

4383 Mary Ann, ^ b. Mar. 21, 1824; m. Joseph Benjamin Bristol, b. Mar. 

18, 1818; d. Dec. 18, 1877; she res. Almont, Mich., retaining all 
her faculties, having been a great reader of literature ; her son 
describes her as "A walking dictionary." Ch : 
(i) David Romai7ie (Bristol), b. June 22, 1849; d. while attend- 
ing Med. Dept. U. & M., Mar. 3, 1873. 

(2) Henry Ward Beecher (Bristol), b. Jan. 10, 1850; m. Adell, 

daughter of Mortimer Delano ; he is a grocer at Marietta, 
Mich. No children. 

(3) Mary Adeluie (Bristol), b. Sept. 25, 1852; m. William Rus- 

sell Kendrick, he is an attorney, president State Board of 
Pardons, a coal mine owner, and formerly circuit judge ; 
res. Saginaw, Mich. Ch : (I). Joseph Lucius Sheldon, 
b. Feb. 14, 1877; (II) Ethel, b. Apr. 15, 1879; (III) Ray 
Russell, b. Feb. 17, 1884. 

(4) George Cleveland (Bristol) b. Oct. 29, 1855; m. Mary C. 

Torch; he is a farmer at Almont. Ch : (I) Teresa Ade- 
line, b. June 27, 1879; m. Oct. 17, 1900, Ellis Wilbur, son 
of Frederick E. and Mary (Ellis) Ranney of Greenville, 
Mich., b. Feb. 23, 1878; he is a manufacturer at Belding. 
Ch: (A) Mary Emily, b. Mar. 20, 1902. (II) Mabel 
Emily, b. Aug. 21, 1880; (III) Violet, d. y. ; (IV) Ros- 
WELL S., d. y. 

(5) Oliver Strob r id g e i^'^ri^toY), b. Feb. 4, 1857; m. Naomie; 

daughter of John Martin Wilcox ; he is one of the most 
successful fruit growers of Eastern Mich., res. Almont. 
Ch : (I) Zay, b. June 15, 1891. 

(6) William Howard, (Bristol), b. July 13, 1859; m. Dec. 30, 

1896, Charlotte Louise, daughter of Leonard Kelsey of 
Killingworth, Conn., b. Sept, 23, 1869 ; he grad. law school 
at Ann Arbor, located at Shreveport, La., practising his 
profession and operating a cotton plantation ; returned to 
Almont and is engaged in farming. Ch : (I) Willitte 
Kelsey, b. Oct. i, 1897 ; (II) Julia Adeline, b. Mar. 2, 
1899; (III) Everet Romaine, b. Dec. 4, 1900; (IV) Jose- 
phine Leonarda, b. Nov. 13, 1902. 

(7) LeRoy Carlton (Bristol), b. Feb. 9, 1870; m. May Carr of 



-14 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Cltveland, O. ; lie grad. Mills Agricultural College ; was a 
professional violinist at Lansing, Mich., now manufacturer 
of a gasoline engine at Saginaw. No children. 

4384 Samantha,® b. Feb. 1829; d.Julv, 1829. 

4385 Diantha,9 b. Feb. 1829 ; d. July,' 1S29. 

4386 Martha, ^ b. July 2, 1835 ; ^- A-'ug. 6, 1836. 



2686 

Jonathan Ingalls,^ {James; Jonathan,^ Timothy,^ Sa7nuel* 
Samuel,^ Henry,' Edvuuid'^) , son of James and Rutli (Sleeper) 
Ingalls, born Sept. 23, 1798; married, Apr. 9, 1829, Sophronia 
Harris Rogers. She was born Feb. 2, 1806; died Aug. i, 
1896. He was a farmer at East Dunham, P. Q., and died Mar. 
28, 1869. 

Children : 

4387 Almeron,^ b. Apr. 20, 1830; d. Julv 16, 1830. 

4388 Sarah Maria, » b. Aug. 5, 1831. 

4389 Emily E.,» b. Feb. 10, 1834; d. Apr. 6. 1872. 

4390 Marj- P.,^ b. Sept. 3, 1836; d. Mar. 9, 1902. 

+4391 Sherman Jonathan,^ b. Feb. 22, 1839 ; m. Mary L. Harvey. 

4392 Orpha L.,®b. Sept. 12, 1841. 

4393 Selinda S.,^ b. Nov. 22, 1844. 

-I-4394 David Henry,'-* b. Aug. 10, 1847 ; m. Agnes N. Pettes. 



2687 

Jethro Ingalls,* {James^' Jonathan,^ Tiviothy° Sa^nuel,^ 
Samuel,^ Heyiry,^ Edmund'^), son of James and Ruth (Sleeper) 
Ingalls, born Oct. i, 1801 ; married, Jan. 20, 1825, Mary Ait- 
ken of Frelighsburg, P. Q. He was a Methodist circuit preach- 
er, and died at St. Armand, P. Q., May, 1872. 

Children : 

-f-4395 Walter Sleeper,^ b. Dec. 1825 ; m. Emily Brimmer. 

4396 Nancy Agnes, ^ b. 1827; m. May 21, 1851, Romina Smith. 

4-4397 Arthur James, ^ b. Mar. 31, 1831 ; m. Lydia B. Whipple. 

4398 Ruth Elvira,^ b. Feb. 10, 1834; d. Nov. 15, 1891 ; m. Oct. i, 1861, 

Charles Worden. Ch : (i) Clateftce; (2) Frank, res. Hartford, 
Conn.; {'i") Jethro, res. Boston, Mass. 

4399 Edmund,^ m. Mar. 8, 1863, Mary O. Chandler, res. Frelighsburg, 

P. Q. Ch: (4400) Herbert, 1'^ res. Chicago ; (4401) Edith, 10 m. 
Aug. 1891, Linus Soles, res. Brome Cor., P. Q.; (4402) Ed- 
mund, i'^ res. Frelighsburg.; (4403) Winifred 1°. 

4404 Jane,^ d. age fifteen. 

4405 Mary Margaret,^ b. Feb. 23, 1838 ; m. Nov. 17, 1861 ; Wellington 

G. Scofield, b. Sutton, P. Q., Mar. 12, 1829; he is a Baptist 
clergyman at Richford, Vt. Ch : (i) Beiiha Erviina, b. July 24, 
1862 ; m. June 28, 1892, Arthur E. Masse, res. Grand Ligne, P. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 215 

Q.; (2) Mary Permelia, b. June 30, 1866 ; d. Mar. 8, 1895 ; m. Sept. 
30, 1891, H. Wade Hibbard. Ch : (Aj Hope; (3) Nellie Gray, 
b. Apr. 26, 1874 ; d. June 15, 1894 ; n. m. 

4406 Elizabeth,^ d. y. 

4407 Henrj' Dexter,^ b. 1842 ; d. Sept. 10, 1868. 

4-4408 Anderson Jethro,^ b. Sept. 10, 1846; m. Jane A. Ingalls. 



2689 

Edmund Sleeper Ingalls/ {James ^' Jojiatha7i,^ Titnothy,^ 
Samuel,'^ Samuel^ HeUry,^ Edynund'^), son of James and Ruth 
(Sleeper) Ingalls, born Dunham, P. O., Mar. 24, 1809; married, 
first, Feb. 27, 1830, Maria M. Kimball. She was born July 
5, 1805; died Dec. 1832. Married, second, Lois Anna, daugh- 
ter of Sir W. and Sally (Bassford) Farnum. She was born 
Dunham, May 19, 1819 ; died Granby, P. Q., Aug. 21, 1881. 

Children : 

4409 Maria Louisa,^ b. July 23, 1842 ; m. Ehvin B. Clow. 

4410 Sarah Elizabeth,^ d. y. 

4411 Hester Victoria,^ b. Sept. 20, 1847; m. John N. Butterfield. 

4412 Martha Elizabeth,^ b. June 6, 1849 ; d. 

4413 Edmund James^, d. 

4414 John Wesley,^ b. May 27, 1853 ; d. Oct. 31, 1877. 

4415 Allen G.,9 b. Apr. 24, 1855; m. Dec. 17, 1883, Mary Annette, 

daughter of William G. and Marcella A. (Whitney) Parmlee ; 
he grad. Bachelor of Civil Law, and admitted to practice, now 
res. at Montreal, making a specialty of patents and patent law. 
Ch: (4416) Allen Redfield.i^ b. Granby, Sept. 24, 1884; (4417) 
Lorna,^'^ b. Waterloo, Mar. 10, 1886; (4418) A\-is,i" b. Ottawa, 
Dec. 8, I887;(44i9) Helen May,i'^ b. May 26, 1900; (4420) 
Judith, 1'-' b. Not. 5, 1891 ; (4421) Allen Grannis,!'^ b. Westmont , 
Jan. 29, 1893; (4422) Lois.i'^ b. Lachine, Apr. 30, 1894; (4423) 
Marcella,!'^ b. Sept. 4, 1895; d. Nov. 28, 1895. 

4424 Anna Harriet,^ d. y. 

4425 Helen Ruth^. 

2747 

John Addison Gurley Ingalls", {Perley C.,' Josiah,^ Na- 
thayiiel,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Heiiry,^ Edmund'^'), son of Perley C, 
and Ingalls, born Methuen, Mass., Feb. 9, 1836, married, 

Oct. 13, 1864, LucRETiA U., daughter of George and Ruth L,. 
(Underhill) Everett, She was born May 2, 1845 ; resides I^aw- 
rence, Mass. He was business director of the Arlington Co- 
operative Store, and an overseer of the Arlington Mill j^ard at 
Lawrence for twenty-two years ; was accidentally- killed by cars 
Dec. 21, 1896. 



216 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

4426 Mattie Morse, ^ b. Oct. 4, 1869 ; m. June 4, 1896, Charles C. Aldrich 

Ames, b. Dec. 21, 1873 ; he is a clerk at Bellows Falls, Vt. Ch : 
(1) Alice Aldrich, b. Apr. 25, 1897; (2) Helen Aldrich, b. Sept. 
4. 1809. 

4427 George Everett,^ b. June 9, 1872 ; m. June 27, 1899, Laura M., 

daughter of Ira A. and Mary M. (Jones) Brown, b. Wolcott, 
Vt., July 7, 1876; he grad. Springfield Y. M. C. A. Training 
School; is now Gen. Sec'y. R. R. Y. M. C. A. at Argentine, 
Kan. Ch : (4428) Marion Brown, ^^ b. May 4, 1900; d. Dec. 12, 
1901 ; (4429) Harold Brown, ^'^ b. Aug. 31, 1902. 
4430 Percy Howe,^ b. Jan. 31, 1883 ; d. Jan. 28, 1891.' 



2762 

Nason Ingalls,^ {Moses,~ Samuel,^ Daniel,^ Moses,^ Samuel,^ 
Heyiry^^ Ed^nund'^), son of Moses and Abbie (Stiles) Ingalls, born 
Amherst, Me., 1811; married Dec. 9, 1832, Susan, daughter of 
Amos and Betsey (Longfellow) Dennis. She was born Palermo, 
Me., July 20, 1813, died April 9, 1892. He was a farmer and 
lumberman at Passadumkeag and Mattawamkeag. Died Wood- 
ville, Oct. 16, 1898. 

Children : 

4431 Samuel,^ b. Feb. 23, 1834; d. May 6, 1886; served three years in 

the Civil War in ist Maine Cavalry. 

4432 Gabriel," b. Dec. 28, 1836; d. July 14, 1868. 

4433 Alonzo," b. Mar. 25, 1839; d. Sept. 20, 1849. 

4434 Hannah D.," b. May 16, 1841 ; d. May 10, 1902. 

4435 Enoch S.," b. Dec. 19, 1845 ; d. May i, 1846. 

4436 Nason," b. Nov. 24, 1847. 

4437 Wellington," b. Sept. 29, 1849; m. June 17, 1883, Ellen Rebecca, 

daughter of Henry and Rebecca (Guild) Hawes, b. Mattawam- 
keag, May 31, 1857; d. July 13, 1899; he is a mail contractor at 
Mattawamkeag ; has been selectman of Woodville and trustee 
of M. E. church. Ch : (4438) Myrtie Janet, ^'^ b. Newport, Me., 
Feb. 27, 1884. 
4439 Sumner Laughton," b. Dec. 26, 1851 ; m. Betsey Abigail Brown; 
he is a builder of boats and canoes at Milford, Me. Ch : (4440) 
Edna May 1°. 



2776 

RUFUS Frbderick Ingalls,^ {Robert^ Moses, ^ Da7iiel,^ Moses,*' 
Samuel,^ Henry, '^ Edmund^), son of Robert and Rowena (Hills) 
Ingalls, born Shelburne, N. H,, Oct. 12, 1836; married, first, 
Dec. 18, i860, Emeline Burbank, daughter of Thomas L,ary 
of Gilead, Me. She died Aug. 19,1870; married, second, Nov. 18, 
1873, Hattie Gordon McKenty. He was in the employ of 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 217 

the Graud Trunk Railway at Gorham, N. H., six years, returning 
to Shelburne to act as administrator of his father's estate, but 
returned to Gorham in 1865, and entered into business. He was 
townclerk of Gorham four years, selectman twenty years, repre- 
sented Shelburne in the State Legislature two years and also 
Gorham two years ; was appointed postmaster by President 
Cleveland and re-appointed on his second term but died before 
taking the office. He was a life long Democrat, but his political 
beliefs were not allowed to interfere with his friendships. He 
had many times been a delegate to the County Senatorial Con- 
gressional and State Conventions. He was twenty years treas- 
urer of the Gorham Five Cent Savings Bank and had held high 
offices in the Odd Fellows and Masonic Fraternity. He died 
Dec. 23, 1893. 

Children bj- Emeline B. Lary : 

4441 Frederick, 9 b. Nov. 25, 1866 ; m. June 8, 1891, Mary Teresa, daugh- 
ter of John and Mary KoUman of Montreal, b. Berne, Switzer- 
land ; he is editor and publisher of a weekly paper, "The 
Mountaineer," at Gorham. Has served on the school board, 
and was postmaster from 1894 to 1898. Ch : (4442) Ruth Eme- 
line, i'' b. Mar. 8, 1892; (4443) Rowena Hills, i'^ b. Sept. 12, 1895. 

Child by Hattie G. McKenty : 

4444 Marion Gertrude,^ b. Oct. 2, 1876. 

2805 

Benjamin Franklin Ingalls,^ {Javies'' JoJm,^ John,^ El- 
dad,* Samuel,^ Henry ^^ Edmund^), son of James and Margaret 
(Baxter) IngaUs, born Surry, N. H., Nov. 23, 1820; married, 
first, Eliza J. Davis ; married, second, about 1857, Nancy 
Gilbert. He was a farmer at Dansville, N. Y., moved to Port 
Huron, Mich. She resides at Detroit, Mich. 

Children by Eliza J. Davis. 

4445 Margaret Elzina,^ b. 1847; m. Llewellyn Hallett, res. Harrison, 

Mich. Ch : {i) Selina ; (2) Harvey; {t^) Gletm ; (4) Nettie; 
(5) Frank. 

4446 Allen Munroe,^b. Howard, N. Y., Mar. 8, 1852; m. Oct. 22, 1878, 

Cora May, daughter of Charles and Louisa (Sutton) Hallett, b. 

Feb. 15, 1859 ; he is a farmer at Canisteo, N. Y. Ch : 
(4447) Lee Hallett,!'^ b. Dec. i, 1879; m. May 22, 1901, Susie May 
Laine, b. Oct. 16, 1877 ; he is preparing for the ministry 
in the M. E. church ; res. Canisteo. Ch : (4448) Irving 
Laine, 1^ b. Mar. 15, 1902. 



218 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

(4449) Fred Ernest, ^ b. Feb. 6, 1882. 

(4450) Dell Allen, 10 b. Feb. 20, 1884. 

(4451) Jennie Ivouise,!" b. Aug. 25, 1885. 

(4452) Allen Munroe,i« b. Jan. 7, 1888. 

4453 Baxter,^ b. Bath, N. Y., 1854; m. Alice Hansell, res. HornellsN-ille, 
N. Y. Ch . (4454) Robert"; (4455) Mary". 

Children by Nancy Gilbert : 

4456 Mary Frances,^ b. Mar. 7, 1858 ; m. Oct. 7, 1876, Charles Walker 

McCauley, a prominent builder at Port Huron. Ch : {\)John 
Frederick ; (2) Guy Raymond. 

4457 Guy Llewellyn,** b. Adrian, N. Y., May 20, 1872; m. June 16, 

1897, Lillian Belle, daughter of Samuel and Rachel (Wedge) 
Welch, b. Yale, Mich., July 2, 1878; he is a news reporter 
and story writer at Detroit. Ch : (4458) Vance Gilbert, " b. Jan. 
26, 1899 ; (4459) Frances Ardella," b. Dec. 10, 1900. 



2847 

Charles Currier Ingalls,*^ {Aaron,'' John, ^ John, ^ Eldad,'^ 
Satmicl,^ Henry, '^ Edmund^), son of Aaron and Gerusha (Franklin) 
Ingalls, born Sept. 4, 1821 ; married Oct. 5, 1853, Gertrude 
VanaRvSdalE. He moved from New York State to Dover, 111., 
and engaged in farming until 1868. Then went into the lumber 
business at Sandwich and Oneida, 111. In 1872 wxnt to Hast- 
ings, Neb., as a pioneer and part of that city is built on the farm 
he settled. He died Feb. 19, 1900, and his widow resides at 
Doniphan, Neb. 

Children : 

4460 Charles Eaton,^ b. July 9, 1854; m. Ella Pitt of Salt Lake City; 
he was telegraph operator for the C. B. & Q. R. R. at Mandota, 
111.; in 1873 agent for the St. J. and G. I. R. R., then travelling 
agent for the Union Pacific, now claim agent for the D. & R. 
G. R. R. res. at Pueblo^ Col. Ch : (4461) Gertrude, " b. Feb. 
22, 1890; (4462) Jeanne," b. Aug. 12, 1893; (4463) Mark," b. 
Sept. 2, 1895. 

4464 Gertrude,^ b. Oct. 31, 1857. 

4465 Henrj' Tallman,^ b. May 5, i860; m. Dec. 9, 1884, Anna Wilson 

of St. Joseph, Mo.; he is in the grain business at Doniphan, 
Neb. Ch : (4466) Helen," b. Sept. 12, 1888 ; (4467) Marion," b. 
July 31, 1891 ; (4468) Ray," b. Oct. 4, 1892. 
4469 Mollie Adalade," b. Sept. 10, 1864; m. Nov. 15, 1883, A. S. Camp- 
bell, res. Aspen, Wyo. Ch : (i) Charles, b. Dec. 30, 1888; (2) 
Gertrude, b. May i, 1896. 



2866 

Pearl Parker Ingalls,^ {Thomas'' Joseph,^ John, ^ Eldad,* 
Samuel^ Henry ^ Edmti7id^) ^ .son of Thomas and Sarah (Bigelow) 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 219 

Ingalls, born Westennlle, O., Feb. i, 1823; married, first at 
Vienna, O., June 15, 1847, Mary Sutton, daughter of Joseph 
and Ksther (Noonan) McDowell. She was born Knox Co., O., 
Sept. 16, 1830, d. Mt. Pleasant, la., Jan. 12, 182 1. Married, 
second, Nov. 20, 1865, Mary, daughter of James M. and Rebecca 
(Farmer) Kibben. She was born Lafayette, Ind., Aug. 12, 
1840; graduated Iowa Wesleyan University i860, nurse U. S. 
Christian Commission 1864, secretar>^ of the organization to es- 
tablish Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home at Davenport 1865 ; died 
Iowa City, Dec. i, 1901. He was licensed to preach at Blendon 
Chapel 1842, ordained deacon 1845, elder 1847, held pastorates 
at Portsmouth, Xenia and Chillicothe, O., Maysville, Ky., Mt. 
Pleasant (twice), Burlington, Chariton (twice), and Keokuk, la. 
Commissioned chaplain 3d Iowa Cavalrj- and resigned 1863 to 
promote the interests of the Orphans' Home ; then had pastor- 
ates at Des Moines, Toledo, O., Corning, Iowa City, la., and 
Kansas City, Mo. Engaged in temperance mission work 1878, 
then publisher of the Iowa Tribute 1878 to 1882 ; again accepted 
pastorates, and suffering from a second attack of appolexy, died 
at White City, Kan., May 8, 1887. 

Children, by Mary S. McDowell : 

4470 Alice lowa,^ b. Apr. 22, 1849 ; d. Nov. 5, 1850. 

4471 Pearl Purcell,^ b. July 17, 1851 ; d. Aug. 17, 1852. 

4472 Joseph McDowell, 3 b. Chillicothe, O., July 30, 1853; in. Nov. 5, 

1895, Emma Dahlin ; he grad. law dept. University of Iowa 
1876 ; practiced law at Des Moines two years, engaged in jour- 
nalism two years, then practiced his profession at Memphis, 
Mo., and Louisville, Ky. Ch : (4473) Ida,io b. Nov. 27, 1896. 

4474 Ida Forest,^ b. Mt. Pleasant, Oct. 5, 1855 ; m. June 26, 1879, Abra- 

ham E., son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Swdsher, b. Johnson 
Co., la., Mar. 6, 1846; he grad. University of Iowa 1872, law 
dept. 1874 ; was a lawyer at Iowa City, treasurer and then 
president of the City Savings and Trust Co., Superintendent 
for twenty years of the Sunday school M. E. church at Iowa 
City. Ch: {i) Esther McDozvell,h. A.^r. 10, 1880; {2) Alice, h. 
Sept. 22, 1885; (3) Helen, b. Oct. 10, 1887; (4) Abraham In- 
galls, b. Feb. 28, 1890. 

Children, by Mary Kibben : 

4475 James Kibben,^ b. Corning, la., Dec. 6, 1870; m. July 3, 1890, 

Florence, daughter of Richard H. and Belle (Choate) Allin, b. 
Iowa City, Sept. 18, 1868; Student University of Iowa; removed 
1892 to Oak Park, 111., and since 1894 has been car accountant 
for the Chicago, New York and Boston Refrigerator Co., at 
Chicago, Ch : (4475A) Allin Kibben, ^^ b. Apr. 5, 1902. 



220 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

2882 

James Munroe Ingalls,^ { Jajnes'' Samuel,^ John,^ Eldad,^ 
Saviuel,^ Henty,- Edmimd'^), son of James and Mary (Cass) In- 
galls, born Sutton, Vt., Jan. 25, 1837; married, first, July, 
i860, Eliza Hannah Niles. She was born Windsor, Wis., 
1841 ; died Ft. Barrancus, Fla., 1875. Married, second. New 
London, Conn., July 17, 1877, Harriet Elizabeth, daughter 
of Benjamin B. and Frances E. (Deshon) Thurston. She was 
born Hopkinton, R. I., Sept. 20, 1836. He was educated in 
the public schools and was professor of mathematics in' the 
Evansville Seminary, Wisconsin, 1860-64. He enlisted in the 
regular army, Jan. 2, 1864, and was assigned to the i6th Infan- 
try ; was promoted corporal and served as commissary and quar- 
termaster-sergeant until May 21, 1865. He was promoted 2d 
and ist lieutenant Maj^ 3, 1865, accepting the promotions May 
21, 1865. On Apr. 17, 1869, he was transferred to the 2d In- 
fantry ; on Jan. i, 1871, to the ist artillery ; was promoted cap- 
tain of artillery July i, 1880 ; major June i, 1897, and lieutenant- 
colonel Oct. 5, 1900. He serv'ed in Tennessee, Alabama, and 
Georgia, and other points in the south 1864-71, and was then 
sent to the artillery school. Fort Munroe, graduating in the 
class of 1872. He was next stationed successivel}' at Platts- 
burgh barracks, and Forts Jefferson and Barrancas, and in July, 
1880, was assigned to the command of Battery A, Governor's 
Island, New York Harbor, and thence transferred to San Fran- 
cisco Harbor, where he served until ordered to Batter}- G at 
Fort Munroe 1882. He suggested and organized the depart- 
ment of ballistics at the artillery school. Fort Munroe, and was 
made the first instructor Dec. 19, 1882, which position he held 
until the school suspended operations in the spring of 1898 on 
account of the war with Spain. He was also senior instructor in 
practical artillery exercises, class of 1884 ; in engineering, class 
of 1888 ; in electricity and defensive torpedoes, classes of 1884, 
1886, 1888, and 1890; and in signalling, 1884-88. He prepared 
the first text-book on ballistics for the use of the school, em- 
bracing all the best modern methods emplo^-ed in Europe, which 
was published in September, 1883, (2d ed. 1885, 3d. ed. 1886), 
and was the first treatise on exterior ballistics published in the 
United States. He is also the author of "Ballistic Machines" 




LIEUT.-CUL. JAMES M. IXGAIXS. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 221 

(1885); " Handbook of Problems in Exterior Ballistics" (1890, 
3d ed. 1900); "Handbook of Problems in Direct Fire" (1890, 
rev. ed. 1900); "Interior Ballistics" (1890, rev. ed. 1894); 
" Ballistic Tables for Direct, Ctin-ed, and High-Angle Fire" 
(1891); "Ballistics for the Instruction of Artillery Gunners" 
(1893); "Ballistic Problems in Indirect and Curved Fire" 
(1899), and many important tables, essays, reports, papers and 
contributions on artillery subjects to American and foreign pro- 
fessional journals, and to "Johnson's Cyclopaedia." His works 
on ballistics were accepted as authoritative by artillerists in 
America and Europe. 

Children : 

4476 Arthur Niles,^ b. Dec, 1861 ; d. July, 1875. 

4477 Hilda Eliza, 9 b. Sept. 6, 1868 ; m. Aug., 1889, Joel Randall Bur- 

row, banker at vSmith Center, Kan.; is at present Secretary of 
State for Kan. Two children. 

4478 Fanny Thurston,^ b. June 29, 1878. 

3026 

George Rex Ixgalls,^ {James,' Da?uel,'^ Joh7i,^ E/dad,* Sa?u- 
ue/,^ Henry,' Edmund'^), son of James and Electa (Sanborn) 
Ingalls, born Abercorn, P. Q., Dec. 27, 1830; married, Caro- 
line Maria, daughter of Ira and Caroline (Breese) Janes. 
She was born May 15, 1829. He was a wheelwright, black- 
smith and farmer at Abercorn, and died July 17, 1899. 

Children : 

4479 Homer Janes, ^ b. Aug. 6, 1854; m. Mar. 19, 1878, Mary Ann, 

daughter of Edwin L. and Hannah (Watson) Hope, b. Dec. 7, 
1857; he is a farmer at Abercorn. Ch : (4480) Hattie Eugenie, !<> 
b. Oct. 15, 1879; (4481) Lucy Amelia, 10 b. Nov. 13, 1883; (4482) 
George Homer, ^^ b. May 14, 1886 ; (4483) Edwin Hope.^'^ b. June 
20, 1887; C4484) Ethel Persis,iob. Sept. 4, 1889; (4485) Myrtie 
Caroline, 10 b. July 28, 1892; (4486) Llewellyn, 10 b. Aug. 31, 
1893; d.y. 

4487 Lelia Emma,^ b. Nov. 4, 1857 ; m. L. L. Wing, res. Madison Lake, 

S. D. 

4488 Allen Hammond,^ b. Nov. 19, i860; m. Nov. 19, 1881, Isabell Lu- 

netta, daughter of Lorenzo and Amelia A. (Brown) Jacobs, b. 
Sutton, P. Q., Nov. 16, i860; he is a farmer at Abercorn. Ch : 
(4489) Grace Ethel, " b. Oct. 7, 1882; (4490) Blanche Lillian, i^ 
b. Nov. 5, 1889; (4491) Francis Lorenzo, i'' b. Jan. 30, 1894; 
(4492) Ernest Ellmore,!'' b. July 6, 1896; (4493) Arthur Allen, 1° 
b. July 6, 1896 ; (4494) Isabella Lunetta.^'^ b. July 26, 1902. 
4495 Burton George,^ b. Aug. 15, 1868. 



^^^ IXGALLS GENEALOGY. ■ 

3036 

Henry Wilson Ingalls,^ {Solomon: Solomon ^ Henry ^ Hen- 
ry,' Henry, ^ Henry;' Edmund'), son of Solomon and Catherine 
(Dorr) Ingalls, born Brookfield, Mass., July 4, 1807- married 
Cynthia Ingeson. He was a farmer at Brownville, N. Y • 
went to Nevada, la., and died there Feb. 4, 1886. 

Children : 

4496 Ornaldo Byron. «b. Nov. 29, 1838; m. Cortland, IlL, Jan 21, 
1869, JuhaE., daughter of Oliver and Phebe (Williams) Rob 

^ f ria-'evt'/r r/es&.^H;?s -.if,e^.:i ^:-™i?- 

(4498) Frank Oliver," b. Monmouth, la., Nov. 12, 1872 and is a 

photographer at Nevada. v. 12, 1072, ana is a 

(4499) Fred Henrv,io b. Nov. 12 1872 

(4500) Flora Belle.w b. Nov. 12, 1872 ;" d. Aug. 20 187, 
4501 Melvin Dorr, 9 b. 1841 ^ ' ^^" 

^'°' %T.th?^^°i''T?- f^^ ^5, 1844; xn. Mar. 18, 1867, Harriet A. 

^it T'v 'fu'°1: -""■ ^'- '^^^' ^^ i^ ^ fa^^^^ at Brown: 

Is;es^or■.i,^^f\ been president of board of education. 

assessor and street commissioner Ch • 

(4503) Clarence Elliot,"" b. May 15, 186S; m, June 14, .899, Ger- 

cZt) K y, '"; ^"VS"'" °y°ta J. and Charttte' Hitch- 
cock) Reader of Delei-an, Wis., h. ,870; he is engaged in 

•E^Stt-SerlStS,^-"- f ^"cago. Ch^ U504) 

''""^ ''iutCL?;'ch^cai""- "■"^'- '' ° '"'" " '■"■'"■•'"^ 

(4507) Ada,»^b^^Dec. 7, .873; m. Herbert Zimn^erman, res. 

(4508) Florence, 10 b. Jan. 8, 1880 

(4509) Effie.io b. Julv 16, i88v 

(4510) Ross,w b. Mar. 22 18S8 

4511 Cyrus, 9 b. 1848. 

4512 Fred,9b. 1859. 



3101 

Thomas Caldwell Ingalls,« (Pulnam: Daniel,' Henry' 
Henry, Henry, ^ He^try,^ Edmund^), son of Putnam and Mar- 
garet (Caldwell) Ingalls, born Merrimack, N. H., Jan. 16 1S28 • 
married, Aug. 5, 1851, Cynthia Elizabeth, daughter of Sam- 
uel and Elizabeth (Ballentine) Chapman of Williamstown, Mass 
She was born Feb. 7, 1832. He was a merchant at Newark 
N. J., and died Nov. 21, 1886. His widow resides at Newark 




DANIE_ i<_)MPKIX> IXGALLs. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 223 

Children : 

4513 Henry Augustus,* b. Jersey City, May 14, 1852; d. Oct. 19, 1869. 

4514 Edward,^ b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1855; m. Oct. 10, 1894. 

Kate Boughton Atvrater of Buffalo, N. Y. No children. 

4515 Lillie May, 9 b. Newark, June 28, 1858; m. Feb. 4, 1882, Edward 

H. Snyder of Orange, N. J. No children. 

4516 Charles Putnam,® b. Jan. 17, 1862. 

4517 Bertha Eloise,* b. Orange, June 17, 1863. 

4518 Grace Adelaide,® b. Jan. 20, 1866; m. Mar. 27, 1889, Charles E. 

Countryman of Albanv, N. Y. Ch : (ij Katherine Scott , b. Feb. 
1890. 

4519 Winthrop Ballantine,® b. RichmondTille. N. Y., Dec. 29, 1868. 

4520 Frank Caldwell,® b. Newark, Apr. 27, 1873. 

4521 Kenneth Wilberforce,® b. June 21, 1876. 



3136 

Joseph Clark Ingalls,- {AbkL' Edmund^ David,^ Henry, *^ 
Henry,^ Henry ,^ Edynund'^) , son of Abiel and Mehitable (Per- 
son) Ingalls, bom Sept. 9, 1S32 ; married, first, Jan. 30, 1857, 
Augusta Powell; died Oct. 20, 1887. Married, second, Nov. 
2, 1890, Alice Ford, widow of West S. Bassett ; died 1902. 
He was a marble worker bj' trade. For thirty years was a Bap- 
tist preacher, retiring on account of ill health. He now resides 
at East Clarendon, Vt. 

Children : 

4522 Berona Clark,® b. Mt. Tabor, Yt., Apr. 19, 1858: m. Ella Bowman 
Smith ; he is a farmer at East Clarendon. Ch : ('4523) Bernard 
Spencer,iob. Apr. 2, 1887 : (4524) Frank Clark, I'^b. May ii, 1889 ; 
^4525 ' Montie Berona,^' b. 

4526 Mary Augusta,® b. Nov. 24, 1861 : m. Charles Longley of Mont- 

pelier Yt. 

4527 Arthur Burton,® b. Danbury, Yt., Sept. 6. 1869 ; m. Dec. 22, 1887, 

Bessie May Johnson ; he is a farmer at Clarendon. Ch : (4528) 
Cecil Johnson, i-' b. July 8, 1891. 
4529 Henry Marshall,® b. Clarendon, Mar. 24, 1882. 



3144 

Daniel Tompkins Ingalls,^ {Aaron,' Aaron,^ David,'' Hen- 
ry,*^ Henry, ^ He7iry,- Edmtatd^), son of Aaron and Fanny (Hop- 
kins) Ingalls, born Bellows Falls, Vt.. May 9, 1820; married 
Sally Melissa, daughter of Benjamin and Anna (Rogers) 
Dake. She died Castleton, X. Y., June 10, 1902. He was a 
paper manufacturer at Manchester, Conn., moved to Castleton 
in 1888, and died there Aug. 31, 1892. 



224 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

4530 Loren Wallace,^ b. Esperance, N. Y.. Oct. 2, 1844; m. Mar. 21, 
1866, Martha, daughter of Elijah and Louisa (Kemp) Phillips, 
of Broadalbin, N. Y.. b. Nov. 26. 1844 ; he was a paper manufac- 
turer at Rockwood, N. Y.,and d. Saratoga. Mar. 17, 1877. Ch : 

(4531) Lulu Belle, I'^b. Hagedon Mills, Feb. 18, 1S67 ; m. Sept. 7, 

1887, Clark Early. Ch : (,1) Esther Martha, b. Saratoga, 
Apr. 17, 1897. 

(4532) Harriette Augusta, ^'^ b. Amsterdam, Nov. 13, 1S69 ; grad. 

Saratoga Training School 1SS8 ; teacher at Saratoga. 

(4533) George Wheeler, ^'^ b. Rockwood, Nov. S, 1873; served in 

Company L, N. Y. 2d Regiment, war with Spain ; now in 
the insurance business at Saratoga. 
(4534) Frances Melissa,^- b. Saratoga, Jan. 24, 1887. 
4535 Daniel Tompkins,^ b. Apr. 20, 1846 ; d. Apr. 30, 1862. 
+4536 Harvey Harlow Gross, ^ b. May 18, 1850; m. ist, Jane Reese, 2d, 
Hattie Tracy. 
4537 Noah Dyer Cleveland,^ b. July 5, 1855; d. Nov. 1880; m. 1879, 
Maria' R Ferris of Manchester, Conn. Ch : (4538) Noah 
Charles, ^'^ b. 1881, res. Manchester. 



3146 

Aaron Putnam Ingalls,- Aaron'' Aaroyi,^ David,^ Hetiry,* 
Henry, ^ Henry, ^ Edmzind^) , son of Aaron and Fanny (Hopkins) 
I ngalls, born Bellows Falls. Vt., Nov. 9, 1824; married, first, 
Dec. I, 1849. Fanny Eighmy ; married, second, Mary J. 
Crocker. He was a paper maker by trade, and after leaving 
his home at Esperance, X. Y.. in 1844, worked at and owned 
mills at Hinsdale, X. H., Pittstown, Cohoes, Factory ville, 
Ballston Springs. Schagticoke, and Cranesville, X. Y., Milton, 
Vt., and Xew Milford, Conn. He made the first paper in imi- 
tation of linen for collars ; is now a farmer and has been a class 
leader in the M. E. Church several years at So. Berne, X. Y. 

Children : 

4539 Rosetta Elnora,^ b. Rock City, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1850; d. Apr. 22, 

1900. 

4540 Charles Henry ,5 b. Cohoes. July 31, 1854, res. Munice, Ind. 

4541 Freda May,^ b. Factoryville, Nov. 14. 1856; m. Feb. 22, 1881, 

Alma Montgomery, res. Esperance, N. Y. 

4542 Adele Amelia,^ b. Rensselaerville, June 22, 1861 ; m. June 10, 

1886, David Barton Boomhower, b. Westerlo, July 13, 1846: he 
is a farmer and apairist at Dormansville, N. Y. Ch : ( i ■ Ray- 
mond Elias, b. Westerlo, Apr. 8, 1887; (2) Elizabeth Edith, b. 
Dormansville, Mar. 5, 1890; (3) Ivan Elwood, b. Nov. 13, 1894. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND IXGALLS, OF LYNN. 225 

3157 

James Porter Ingalls,* {Putnam,' Isaac,^ Isaac,^ He?iry,*^ 
Henry* Henry ^- Edmund'^), son of Putnam and Lydia F. 
(Clough) Ingalls, born Blue Hill, Me., Feb. ii, 1841 ; married, 
Aug. 2, 1867, Ruth Cynthia, daughter of Daniel and Keziah 
(Foster) Emery of Sherman, Me. She died July 21, 1902. He 
is a farmer at Sherman Mills, Me. 

Children : 

4543 James William, ^ b. Oct. 9, 1S68. 

4544 Daniel Emery /^ b. Feb. 9, 1S70. 

4545 Geneva Augusta,''' b. Aug. 10, 1871. 

4546 Daisy Maud,^ b. May 5, 1874. 

4547 Jerrie Maddox.^b. Apr. 4, 1877. 

4548 Alice Louisa.^ b. June 29, 1880. 

4549 Benjamin Emery, ^ b. Jan. 2, 1883. 

4550 Iva Gwendoline',^ b. May 28, 1888. 



3264 

Samuel Moore Ingalls,- {Charles,' N'athan,'^ Francis,^ Fran- 
cjs,* Henry, ^ Henry, '^ Edmund^), son of Charles and Louisa 
(Moore) Ingalls, born Steuben. Me., Oct. 6, iSio; married, 
Nov. I, 1833, SiLViNA Perry Wing of Wayne, Me. She died 
Oct. 21, 18S7. He went to Water\-ille, Me., and learned the 
watchmaking business, then moved to Dexter, Me., and con- 
ducted a jewelry store nearly fifty years, retiring in 189S. and 
lived at Camden. At the age of ninety-two he travelled alone to 
visit his son. He died at Ware, Mass., Dec. 10, 1902. 

Children : 

4551 Emery Gilbert,^ b. Mt. Yemon, Me., Nov. 3, 1836; m. Adelaide" 

daughter of Moses M. and Mehitable (^Parsons' Eaton, b. Ply- 
mouth. Me., July 7, 1842; he is a watchmaker and Jeweller 
at Bangor, INIe. ; served t^o years during the Civil "War in the 
1st Me. Cavalry, and one year as an engineer in the navy. 

4552 Ella,^ b. 18^9; m. Heurv Towle of Newport, Me., res. Camden, 

Me. 

4553 Eliza Ann,® b. Apr. 1841 ; m. Alvin Rodliff, a wool merchant, 

formerlv at Boston, now at Dexter, Me. 

4554 Everett Willis,® b. Waterville, May, 18, 1851 ; m. Feb. 24, 1877, 

Addie P., daughter of Hiram A. and Betsey A. ^^ Phillips^ Be- 
ment of Dexter, b. June i, 1853 ; he was an overseer of a wool 
carding mill at Camden, now res. at Ware, Mass. Ch : (4555) 
Grace Alma,^-' b. Nov. 30, 1877; m. Nov. 8, 1899, John Henry 
Connor; (4556} Walter Bement,!' b. Oct. 11, 1880. 



226 INGALLS GENEALOGY, 

3280 

Ezra Thoms Ingalls,^ {Stevens,'' Isaiah,^ Francis,^ Francis * 
Henry,* Henry^^ Edtnund^), son of Stevens and Rebecca (Kil- 
born) Ingalls, born Jan., 1806; married lyOUiSA M. Mayberry. 
He was a farmer at Harrison, Me., and took a prominent part 
in the town affairs. He died at Hiram, Me., Dec. 22, 1890. 

Children : 

4557 Richard Mayberry,^ b. 1836; he was a physician at East Boston, 

and d. 1874. 

4558 Pascal Pierce, 3 b. 1839; he was a leading physician at So. Boston, 

died 1877. 
-1-4559 Melville Ezra,* b. Sept. 6, 1842 ; m. Abbie Stimson. 

3330 

Edmund Phineas Ingalls,^ {Aaron,' Phineas,^ Francis,^ 
Francis,'^ Henry, ^ Henry," Edmund^), son of Aaron and Sarah 
(Berry) Ingalls, born Denmark, Me., May 8, 1823 ; married, 
Portland, Me., Sept. 29, 1847, MehitablE, daughter of Na- 
thaniel and Isabel (Ring) Warren. She was born Fryeburg, 
Me., Sept. 4, 1825 ; died Denmark June 9, 1893. He was a far- 
mer at East Denmark, served the town as selectman nineteen 
years, treasurer three years, and Representative to the I^egisla- 
ture. He died Apr. 26, 1900. 

Children : 

4560 Henry Edmund, ^ b. May 23, 1850; d. Sept. 21, 1854. 

4561 Aaron Warren,^ b. Aug. 31, 1852; m. June 3, 1876, Clarabel Jor- 

dan, b. Sept. 19, 1857; he is a farmer at Bridgton. Ch : (4562) 
Louie Maude, 1° b. Apr. 13, 1879; m. Feb. 14, 1899, Charles H. 
Cirone of Nashua, N. H. Ch : (i) Charles Rodney. 

4563 Julia Ednah,^ b. June 21, 1854; d. Apr. 19, 1896. 

4564 Henry Ellis,^ b. Dec. 2, 1856 ; is a farmer at Denmark. 

4565 James Edward,^ b. Nov. 7, 1858 ; m. July 4, 1883, Annie M. Allen, 

she d. Mar. 13, 1902; he is a farmer at East Denmark. Ch : 
(4566) Florence Allen, ^o b. Feb. 23, 1884. 
4567 Bertha Mehitable,^ b. Sept. 25, 1861. 



3336 

Darwin Ingalls,* {Asa,' Phineas,^ Francis,^ Francis,* Henry, '^ 
Henry, "^ Ednmnd'^), son of Asa and Phebe (Berry) Ingalls, born 
So. Bridgton, Me., July ii, 1822 ; married. May 30, 1852, Mary 
J., daughter of James and Huldah (Berry) Patrick. She was born 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALL^S, OF LYNN. --7 

Denmark, Me., May 22, 1834. He was a prosperous fanner at 
So. Bridgton, ser\'ed the town as selectman and member of the 
school committee, and was a director of the Bridgton railroad. 
He died Jan. 27, 1890. 

Children : 

4568 Aldana Theodore,^ b. Nov. 22, 1861 ; m. Mar. 12, 1885, Fauuie E. 
Berry ; he grad. Maiue State College 1881, aud is now a mining 
engineer at Boise, Idaho. Ch : (4569) Marian E ^°. 

4570 George Ansel,^ b. Jan. 25, 1865; grad. Bowdoin College 1888, is 

now a real estate broker at Boston. 

4571 Albert A.,^ b. Apr. i, 1870; m. Sept. 4, 1895, Laura E. Johnson; 

he is a farmer at South Bridgton. Ch : (4572) Darwin A ^". 



3351 

Charles Nathan Ingalls," {Francis; Jonathan,^ Francis,^ 
Fra?ids,^ Henry, ^ Htmry^'^Edmund^), son of Francis and Eliza- 
beth (Foster) Ingalls, born No. Andover, Mass., July 9, 1820; 
married, first, Dec. 16, 1845, Hannah Jaquith, daughter of 
Asa and Judith Qaquith) Abbott. She died Dec. 29, 1868. 
Married, second, Burlington, Vt., Oct. 26, 1871, Mary J. 
Morse of Andover, Me. He was an architect and builder, and 
in 185 1 constructed the dam across the Connecticut River at 
Holyoke, Mass. In 1861 he enlisted in Andrews' sharpshooters 
and discharged on account of sunstroke in 1863. Ten years from 
1868 he was master carpenter of the Eastern Railroad; was a 
3 2d degree Mason. He had charge of building a section of the 
Northern Pacific R. R. from Duluth, Minn., and died before its 
completion at Hawley, Minn., Aug. 9, 1886. His widow resides 
at Danvers, Mass. 

Children, by Hannah J. Abbott : 

4573 Sarah Elizabeth,^ b. Andover, Nov. 8, 1846; m. July 9, 1874, 

George ^Vashington Fielding, b. Haverhill, Mass., Nov, 11, 
1836, is now a machinist at Somerville, Mass. No children. 

4574 Charles Francis,^ b. Holyoke, Jan. 28, 1849; d. Feb. 1851. 

4575 George William,^ b. Mar. 26, 1851 ; d. Danvers, Sept. 14, 1894; m. 
• Mar. 5, 1878, Lelia Isabel, daughter of Josiah F. and Susan A. 

(Legro) Dudley, b. Lynn, Apr. 30, 1858. For several years he 
was chief clerk Eastern R. R. car department and then held 
the same position with the West End Street Ry. Co. at Boston. 
Ch : (4576) Annah Jaquith, i'\ b. Danvers, May 31, 1879; (4577) 
Mabel Dudley, i'^ b. Feb. 3, 1885. 
4578 Francis,^ b. Danvers, June 8, 1853; m. Oct. 17, 1877, Alice Eme- 
line, daughter of Josiah F. and Susan A. (Legro) Dudley, b. Dec. 



228 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

20, 1856 ; he is master carpenter, Dakota Div. N. P. R. R. and res. 
at Jamestown, N. D. Ch : (4579) Isabelle Maud.i'^ b. Danvers, 
Aug. II, 1878; (4580) Jennie Morse, ^'^ b. Jamestown, June 6, 
1884 ; (4581) Erma Louise. i'^ b. Jan. i, 1886. 
4582 Albert Abbott, ^ b. Apr. 18, 1856; m. 1877, Elizabeth Merriam, 
daughter of John M. and Mary A. (Brown) Putnam; he is a 
conductor on the B. & M. R. R. res. at Salem, Mass.; for sev- 
eral years was secretary of the R. R. Relief Association. Ch : 
(4583) Carrie Abbott, I'^'b. Aug. 4, 1878; (4584) Elmer Putnam, i" 
b. Nov. 4, 1880. 

Child, by Mary J. Morse : 

4585 Charles Henry, ^ b. Apr. 22, 1873; m. Dec. i, 1897, Nellie Flor- 
ence, daughter of George A. and Sarah J. (Russell) Wilson, b. 
Danversport, Feb. 17, 1875; he grad. S. B. from the Mass. Inst, 
of Technology 1896 ; he is electrician for the Edison Electric 
Co. at Boston, res. Danvers. 



3357 

John James Ingalls,^ {Elias T.,' Theodore ^^ Francis^^ Fran- 
cis,^ Henry,^ Henry^"^ Edmund^), son of Elias T. and Eliza 
(Chase) Ingalls, born Middleton, Mass., Dec. 29, 1833; married, 
Sept. 27, 1865, Anna Louisa, daughter of Ellsworth and Anna 
L- (Addison) Cheseborough. She was born New York City 
Apr. 9, 1843. When fourteen years old he contributed both in 
prose and verse to the "Carpet Bag," to the "Knickerbocker 
Magazine," to the Boston "Transcript," and to the local papers 
of Haverhill. His father had intended him for the ministry, 
but after graduating at Williams in 1855, from which college he 
received the degree of L.L.D. in 1884, he studied law and was 
admitted to the bar in 1857. He removed to Sumner, Kan., in 
1858, where he joined the Free-soil party, and the next year was 
a delegate to the Wyandotte Constitutional Convention. He 
was secretary of the territorial council in i860 ; secretary of the 
State Senate in 1861 ; State Senator from Atchison County in 
1862, and was defeated in 1863, and again in 1864, for election 
as lieutenant-governor. In 1872 he refused nomination for Rep- 
resentative in Congress. He joined the State militia and held 
the rank of major, lieutenant-colonel and judge advocate 1863- 
65. He edited the Atchison "Champion," aided in founding 
the " Kansas Magazine," and became well known as a writer by 
his " Blue Grass," and " Catfish Aristocracy," published first in 
his pages. In 1873 he was a candidate for U. S. Senator, as 
successor to Senator S. C. Pomeroy, and he was almost unani- 



INGALIvS GENEALOGY. 229 

mously elected after a State Senator on the floor had denounced 
Pomeroy as the giver of a large bribe to secure the State Sena- 
tor's vote. Ingalls took his seat Mar. 4, 1873, and was twice 
re-elected, his last term in the Senate expiring Mar. 3, 1891. 
He was chairman of the committee on the District of Columbia 
and a member of the Judiciary, Pensions, Quadro-Centennial 
and Rules committees. He succeeded John Sherman as presi- 
dent of the U. S. Senate /?-£? tempore, and serv^ed as such from 
1887 to 1 89 1. In early life he displayed a remarkable power in 
speaking, and it has been given but few men to become so 
thoroughly a master of the art. No man has exceeded him in 
the handling of fierce, invective, brilliant, imaginary, and 
sonorous climaxes. His vocabulary was equal to, as is often 
said, " Worcester and Webster boiled down and filtered through 
Carlisle." As a writer of prose and poetry he would have, wdth 
cultivation, made a grand success. His poem "Opportunity" 
has few equals for dignity and power in the English language. 
He detested hypocrisy and often made enemies by his frank 
outspoken criticisms and epigrammatic comments, and his 
private letters well deserve a place with the classics. While 
suffering from an affection of the throat, and travelling for his 
health, he died at East Eas Vegas, N. M., Aug. 6, 1900. 

Children : 

4586 Ellsworth, 9 b. June 18, 1866. 

4587 Ethel ,9 b. Nov. 14, 1868. 

4588 Ruth, 9 b. July 30, 1869. 

4589 Ralph,9 b. Feb. 14, 1870. 

4590 Addison.o b. Feb. 18, 1872. 

4591 Constance, 9 b. Aug. 25, 1873. 

4592 Sheffield,^ b. Mar. 28, 1875. 

4593 Faith,** b. May 25, 1877. 

4594 Marion,^ b. Sept. 26, 1879. 

4595 Muriel,9b. Aug. 11, 1881. 

4596 Louisa, 9 b. Apr. 6, 1883. 



4032 

Frederick Wilson Ingalls,* {Wilson'' Ezra,^ Abijah,^ 
Francis,^ Henry, ^ Henry, ^ Edmund^), .son of Wilson and Appa- 
lonia (Sitterby) Ingalls, born at Glenville, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1840; 
married. May 18, 1870, Henrietta, daughter of Peter J. and 
Harriet (Hendricks) DuBois of Kingston, N. Y. She was born 



230 INGAIvLS GENEALOGY. 

Feb. 4, 1843. He studied medicine at Owasco, N. Y., Louis- 
ville, Ky., and graduated at Cleveland Homeopathic College in 
1863; settled at Kingston, N. Y., and was a very successful 
phj'sician. He was a trustee of the Kingston Building Co., 
director and vice-president Kingston National Bank, vice-presi- 
dent Kingston Savings Bank, member American Institute of 
Homeopathy, N. Y. State Homeopathic Society ; was interested 
in Masonrj', having been P. M. Kingston Lodge, P. H. P. Mt. 
Horeb Chapter, and member of Rondout Commandery. He 
was a man of good business capacity, excellent judgment, and 
fine social qualities. His death, which occurred Feb. 15, 1885, 
was the result of a cold contracted while zealously endeavoring 
to relieve the sufferings of others. He was a member of the 
Reformed Dutch Church. 

Children : 

4597 Frederick DuBois,^ b. July 2, 1877 ; m. Boston, July 8, 1902, Addie 

Maud Gilbert; he grad. Mass. Institute Technology 1901, is 
now a draughtsman for the U. S. Gov. Dept. Heating and Ven- 
tilation, res. at Washington. 

4598 Orlando DuBois,^ b. Oct. 11, 1878; grad. N. Y. Homeopathic 

Medical College, 1903. 

4599 Mary Hamlin,'-' b. Sept. 21, 1880. 

4600 Harriet Pardee,^ b. Nov. 12, 1882. 

4601 Wilson C.,«b. Nov. 12, 1884. 



4083 

Amasa Allen Ingalls,* {Evatidcr,' Simeon,^ Ephrahn,^ 
James * James, ^ Henry, "^ Ed?nund^), son of Ev'ander and Lucy 
(Clark) Ingalls, born Hartwick, N. Y., May 7, 1825; married, 
Jan. 17, 1850, HuLDAH, daughter of John and Joanna (Mathew- 
son) Winsor. She was born Hartwick Oct. 24, 1825. He is a 
farmer at Phoenix Mills, Otsego Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

4602 John.^b. Dec. 12, 1851. 

4603 Abbie A.,^ b. Apr. 26, 1852. 

4604 Mary E.,^ b. Aug. 15, 1854. 

4605 Martha I. B.,^ b. June 18, 1858. 

4606 Luida,^ b. Aug. 5, 1861. 

4607 Leonard A.,^ b. Nov. 14, 1864. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 231 

4084 

Alanson Ingalls,^ i^Evandcr,' Simeon,^ Ephrahn,^ Jajnes,* 
James, ^ Hc?iry,^ Edviund^^, son of Evander and Lucy (Clark) 
Ingalls, born Hartwick, N. Y., Oct. 7, 1826; married, Feb. 24, 
1852, Mary Jane, daughter of Charles H. and Huldah (Field) 
Metcalf. She was born Nov^ 22, 1832, Fly Creek, N. Y. ; died 
Jan. 31, 1900. He is a capitalist, retired farmer, overseer of 
the poor, and elder of the Presbyterian Church at Milford, N.Y. 

Children, born Milford, N. Y. : 

4608 Susan Emma,9b. Jan. 23, 1853; d. Aug. 4, 1854. 

4609 George Addison,^ b. Feb. 5, 1855; m. Feb. i, 1893, Emma Hack- 

ley, res. Milford. 

4610 Anna Mary,^ b. July 21, 1857; m. Aug. 31, 1890, Kyle Price, a 

farmer at Napa, Cal. Ch : (i) Atitia Kyle, b. Great Falls, 
Mont., June 7, 1891 ; (2) Grace Anna, b. July i, 1896. 

461 1 Amos,'^ b. Mar. 27, 1859; d. Aug. 19, 1863. 

4612 Kate Metcalf.s b. Sept. 28, 1861 ; Whiting, res. Milford. 

4613 Jessie Olive, ^ b. Mar. 26, 1864; d. Oct. 27, 1894; m. Charles S. 

Keep. Ch : (i) Malcojn, b. Feb. 5, 1892. 

4614 Charles Francis, ^ b. Jan. 27, 186S ; d. Oct. 18, 1893. 

4615 Grace, ^b. Aug. 24, 1870; m. Edwards, res. Chicago. 

4616 Frederick Clark, ^ b. June 12, 1873 ; in the regular army. 



4101 

Ephraim Fletcher Ingals,* {Charles E.,' Ephrahn,^ 
Ephraim,^ James, "^ James, ^ Henry,"^ Edmiind^) , son of Charles F. 
and Sarah (Hawkins) Ingals, born Eee Centre, 111., Sept. 29, 
1848; married, Sept. 5, 1876, Eucy S., daughter of Ephraim 
and Melissa R. (Church) Ingals. He graduated from the Rush 
Medical College in 1871 ; was instructor in materia medica 
1871-73 ; lecturer on diseases of the chest, throat and nose 
1874-83; professor of larj-ngology 1883-90; professor of laryn- 
gology and practice of medicine 1890-96; registrar 1891-985 
professor of diseases of the chest and throat from 1896-98; and 
comptroler from 1898 to the present time ; was also professor of 
chest, throat, and nose at the North-western University 
Woman's Medical 1879-98 ; is now professional lecturer, Uni- 
versity of Chicago, and professor of laryngology and rhinology, 
Chicago Polyclinic. He has written many articles for medical 
journals, and is author of a standard work on the chest, nose, 
and throat, which has already passed through four editions. He 



232 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

is attending physician to the Cook County Hospital, laryngolo- 
gist to the Presbyterian and St. Josephs Hospitals, ex -president 
of the Illinois Medical, the Chicago Larj'ngolical, and American 
Medical College Societies ; has served five years as trustee of 
the Journal of the American Medical Association and is an active 
member of the local, State, National, and many foreign associa- 
tions ; has been a member of nearly every International Medical 
Congress since 1880, and was president of the section of 
laryngology of the Pan American Medical Congress which met 
at Washington in 1893 ; resides at Chicago. 

Children : 

4617 Francis Epliraim,^ b. June 30, 1881. 

4618 Melissa Rachel,^ b. Sept. 8, 1884. 

4619 Mary Goodell,^ b. Dec. 25, 1895. 

4620 Ephraim Fletcher,^ b. May 22, 1898. 

4119 

Lemuel Ingalls,^ (Wa?-ren,' Lemuel,^ Zehediah,^ James^*" 
James, ^ Henry, ^ Edmtcnd^), son of Warren and Elizabeth (Fay) 
Ingalls, born at Middlefield, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1819; married, 
Oct. 8, 1850, Eunice Ann, daughter of Joshua and Lucinda 
(Sawtelle) Richardson of Templeton, Mass. She was born 
Mar. 28, 1826; died Dec. 12, 1896. He was a mechanic at 
East Templeton, Mass., and was a trustee, steward, and class 
leader of the Methodist Church ; died Nov. 10, 1888. 

Children : 

4621 Charles Edward,^ b. Sept. 21, 1851 ; m. Nov. 27, 1872, Etta Maria, 

daughter of George H. and Eunice A. (Jordan) Carpenter of 
Winchendon, Mass., b. Oxford, Mass., July 26, 1856; he is a 
mechanic and insurance agent at East Templeton, Mass., has 
served on the school committee twelve years, is also a natural- 
ist and Member of the Am. Ornithological Soc, and has contrib- 
uted scientific articles to many papers and magazines. Ch : 
(4622) George Lemuel, 10 b. Apr. 2, 1875; student, architect. 
4623 Lilla,9 b. Aug. 17, 1858 ; m. May 2, 1888, Albert Dustin Felch of 
Sunapee, N. H. ; she grad. at the State Normal School 1884, 
and taught school at Worcester until her marriage. 

4124 

Eewis Goodell Ingalls,^ {George S.,' Lenme/,^ Zebedm/i,^ 
James,* /a?nes,^ Henry,'^ Edminid^), son of George S. and Delia 
(Goodell) Ingalls, born at Pomfret, Conn., Apr. 18, 1815 ; mar- 




JOHN JiKAL IXGALLS. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 233 

ried, June 13, 1838, EIvIzabeth, daughter of William and Per- 
sis (Hyde) Osgood. She was born at Pomfret, Oct. 9, 1814 ; 
died Jan. 21, 1883. He is a farmer at Abington, Conn., and 
has been selectman, assessor, and is deacon of the Church of 
Christ. 

Children : 

4624 Persis Osgood,^ b. June 5, 1839 ; n. m. Res. Dauielsouville, Coun. 
-I-4625 William,'-* b. Sept. 30, 1840; m. Emma W. Sessions. 

4626 Mary Ann,^ b. Aug. 23, 1842; m. Nov. i, 1882, George Willis 

Pierce, b. Lancaster, N. H., Aug. 1843; he is a patent attorney 
and res. at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

4627 Ellen Elizabeth, 'J b. Feb. 10, 1854; grad. Mt. Holyoke Seminary 

1880; taught school eight years at Scranton, Pa., is now em- 
ployed as a missionary at Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

4628 Lemuel, 9 b. Apr. 27, 1857; d. Nov. 17, 1869. 



IRintb Generation. 



4229 

Jontf B^AL, lNGAt,i^S,^ (Tkojuas,^ /o/in,'' T/iomas,^ /o/m,^ Wil- 
liam* Eleazer,^ Robert ^^ Edminid^), son of Thomas and Juliete 
(Beal) Ingalls, born Marblehead, Mass., Feb. ii, 1854; mar- 
ried, Mar. 8, 1883, Mary, daughter of John and Amanda 
(Gilley) Conway. She was born Sept. 8, 1856. He was for- 
merly in the wholesale dry goods business and now of the firm 
of Ingalls, Brown & Co., Boston, wholesale leather dealers. He 
resides at Marblehead, has served as selectman and is now a di- 
rector in the Marblehead National Bank, Marblehead Co-oper- 
ative Bank and trustee of the Marblehead Savings Bank. 

Children, born Marblehead : 

4629 John Beal.io b. July 2, 1886. 

4630 Florence Conway, 1° b. Mar. 15, 1890. 

4631 Madeline Ross,i" b. Mar. 30, 1897. 

4307 

John Ingalls,^ {John L.,^ Ebcnczcr^ Ebcnezcr,^ Timothy ^^' 
Samuel* Samuel,* Henry ^'^ Edmund^), son of John L<. and Roxanna 
(Wetherbee) Ingalls, born Dresden, N. Y., Jan. i, 1822; mar- 



234 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

ried Polly Bartholomew. She died No. Granville, N. Y., 
July 14, 1879. He was a farmer and alwaj^s lived with his son 
after 1877. 

Children : 

4632 Helen M.,10 m. Abison Jackett. Ch : ^^i) Charles; (2) Frank ; (3) 

Fannie. 

4633 George Forrest, ^'^ b. Dresden Centre, Nov. 11, 1848; m. Apr. 26, 

1871, Ella M., daughter of Earl and Martha (Rhodes) Cozzens, 
b. Greenwich, N. Y., Apr. 5, 1854; he taught school winters, 
working on the farm and learning the carpenters' trade ; lived 
for a time at No. Granville, and Whitehall. In 1881 went to 
York Co., Neb., working at his trade, and farming; was ap- 
pointed postmaster of McCool Junction ; returned to Dresden 
Centre, N. Y. and bought a farm of two hundred and seventy- 
five acres where he now lives ; has held nearly all of the town 
offices and is prominent in the M. E. church. Ch : 

(4634) Eva May, 11 b. No. Granville, Oct. i, 1872. 

(4635) Earl Cozzens,^! b. Dec. 7, 1877, was a school teacher, now 

station agent and telegraph operator at Valcour, N. Y. 

(4636) Clara Eliza," b. Aug. 17, 1879. 

(4637) William Leonard," b. McCool June, July 27, 1885. 

(4638) George Norris," b. Dresden Center, Oct. 29, 1892. 

4391 

Sherman Jonathan \^g\.\x,^,^ { Jonathan ^^ James ^' Jonathan,^ 
Timothy ^^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ He?iry,'^ Edmtmd^) , son of Jonathan 
and Sophronia H. (Rogers) Ingalls, born Feb. 22, 1839; mar- 
ried, June 12, i860, Mary Lorinia Harvey. She was born 
Jan. 24, 1841. He died Apr. 2, 1900. 

Children : 

4639 George Hiram, '^o b. May 12, 1861 ; m. Feb. 25, 1890, Carrie Agnes 

Grimes. Ch : (4640) Nason Malcom," b. Mar. 21, 1901. 
4641 Edmund Eugene, i" b. July 13, 1864, m. Jan. 20, 1891, Diantha 

Ursula Todd. Ch : (4642) Hazel Mary," b. Oct. 26, 1893; 

(4643) Edmund Earle," b. Mar. 19, 1898; (4644) Carl Henry," 

b. Mar. 4, 1900. 

4645 Sophronia Maria, i" b. June 9, 1866 ; m. Sept. 4, 1888, Alelard Henry 

Amyrauld. Ch : (i) Ruth Helena (Amyrauld), b. Feb. 7, 1895. 

4646 David Liscar,!" b. Oct. 9, 1870; m. Jan. 20, 1898, Bertha Estella 

Buchanan. 

4647 Ella May,!*^ b. Apr. 24, 1880. 

4394 

David Henry Yt^q.k'LX,^,'^ {J ojiathan,^ James ^' Jonathan,^ Tim- 
othy,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Henry, "^ Edmmid^), son of Jonathan and 
Sophronia H. (Rogers) Ingalls, born Farnum's Corners, P. Q., 
Aug. 10, 1847; married, June 18, 1879, Agnes Naomi, 



POSTERITY OF EDMUNt) INGALLS, OF I.YNN. 235 

daughter of Stephen and Clarissa (Beeman) Pettes. She was 
born West Broome, P. Q., May 7, 1857. He is a farmer at Far- 
nums Corners, was town councillor nine years, trustee and stew- 
ard M. E. Church twenty-three years, patented a maple sugar 
evaporator, which he sold for several years, then sold the rights. 

Children : 

4648 Delmer Almeron,!'^ b. July 23, 1880. 

4649 Ethel Diana, 10 b. June 26, 1883. 

4650 Minnie Louise, i" b. July 28, 1885 ; d. Aug. 20, 1887. 

4651 Wilbur Rosman.i'J b. Oct. 5, 1888. 

4652 Mildred Mina,!'' b. Sept. 19, 1891 ; d. May i, 1894. 



4395 

Walter Sleeper Ingalls,^ {Jcfhro,^ James ^ Jonathan,^ 
Thnothy,^ Sa7niiel,'^ Samuel,^ Henry, ^ Ednizind^), son of Jethro 
and Mary (Aitken) Ingalls, born East Dunham, P. Q. ; mar- 
ried, Dec. 7, 1850, Emily, daughter of David and Emily (Ellis) 
Brimmer. She was born Dec. 17, 1824. He was a farmer, town 
councillor, and school committeeman at East Dunham, and 
died May 23, 1883. 

Children : 

4653 Eugene A., 1'^ b. Dec. 3, 1852; m. 

4654 Almon,^'^ b. Jan. 14, 1855, res. Swanton, Vt. 

4655 Jasper, I'' b. Jan. 15, 1857, res. Frelighsburg, P. Q. 

4656 Homer, 1*^ b. June 15, 1858, res. Frelighsburg, P. Q.; n. m. 

4657 Amelia,!" b. Sept. 14, 1864 ; m. Edgar Holden, res. St. Armand 

Centre, P. Q. 



4397 

Arthur James Ingalls,'' (^Jethro, ^ James,' Jonathan,^' Tivi- 
othy,^ Samuel,* Samziel,^ Henry ,^ Edmund^) , son of Jethro and 
Mary (Aitken) Ingalls, born Frelighsburg, P. Q., Mar. 31, 
1831 ; married, Ticonderoga, N. Y., May i, 1861, Eydia Ely, 
daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Rogers) Whipple. He en- 
tered the Troy M. E. Conference in 1859, and had charges at 
Ticonderoga, N. Y., Eincoln, Hinesburgh, Winooski, Pittsford, 
Vergennes, No. Ferrisburg, Weybridge, Brandon, Vt., Platts- 
burg, Westport, Granville, and Sandy Hill, N. Y. He retired 
in 1885 and died suddenly May 14, 1888. 



236 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

4658 Andersoii Russell, 1° b. Hinesburgh, Nov. 25, 1862 ; d. Aug. 28, 1864. 

4659 George Arthur, 1° b. Winooski, Aug. 24, 1864; he grad. Wesleyau 

University 1887 ; was professor of languages Sandy Hill High 
School ; he is now a lawyer at Sandy Hill, n. m. 

4660 Emma Josephine,'^! b. Pittsford, Jan. 17, 1866; d. Feb. 18, 1882. 

4661 Anna Lotta.^'^ b. Winooski, Nov. 10, 1873 ; m. Wendell B. Hal- 

lock ; she grad. Plattsburg Normal School 1896, was a teacher 
of drawing, she carried on an extensive correspondence in the 
interest of this work. Res. Sand}' Hill. 

4408 

Anderson Jethro Ingalls/ {^Jethro,^ Ja^nes,' Jonathan,^ 
Timothy!' Samuel, "^ SaDuiel,^ Henry,''- Edmund^), son of Jethro 
and Mary (Aitken) Ingalls, born at St. Armand, P. Q., Sept. 
10, 1846; married, May 15, 1871, Jane Almeda, daughter of 
Reuben and Mary (Hare) Ingalls. She was born Enosburg, 
Vt., May 2, 1847. He is a farmer at St. Armand, P. Q., and 
has been town councillor. 

Children : 

4662 Ivy Eugenia, 1° b. Oct. 23, 1873. 

4663 Henry Clayton, ^'^ b. Aug. 6, 1875. 

4664 Nina Evelyn, 1° b. June 28, 1877. 

4665 Mabel Margaret, ^"^ b. Oct. 26, 1880. 

4666 Roy Anderson, 10 b. Feb. i, 1884. 

4667 Volney Ray, 10 b. Sept. 3, 1887. 

4536 

Harvey Harlow Gross Ingalls,® {Daniel T.,^ Aaron'' 
Aaron,^ David,^ Henry, "^ He?iry,^ Hen7y,^ Edmiind^) son of 
Daniel T. and Sally M. (Dake) Ingalls, born Milton, N. Y., May 
18, 1850; married, first. Mar. 22, 1872, Jane Reese. She died 
Aug., 1881. Married, second, Apr. 16, 1885, Hattie Rosalia, 
daughter of Calvin and Jane (House) Tracy. For fifteen j-ears 
he was a paper manufacturer at Manchester, Conn. Is now 
owner of mills at Castleton, N. Y., and president of the A. C. 
Cheney Piano Action Co. He is one of the leading and pro- 
gressive men at Castleton, an active member of. the M. E. 
Church and several charitable and benevolent societies. 

Children : 

4668 Luella Estelle.iob. Mar. 10, 1887, 

4669 Maud Huntington, 1° b. Aug. 6, 1888. 

4670 Florence Lillian,^*' b. May 11, 1890. 

4671 Edmund Harvey, 1° b. Aug. 6, 1894. 

4672 Elizabeth Tracy, i'' b. Mar. 25, 1900. 




EDMUND HARVEY IXGALLS. 




HARVEY HARI.OW GROSS IXGALI,S. 




HON. MELVILLK E. IXGALLS. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 237 

4559 

Melville Ezra Ingalls,^ {Ezra T.,^ Stevens'' Isaiah,'^ Fra^i- 
cis,^ Fra/icis,* Henry ^^ Henry, ^ Edmund'^), son of Ezra T. and 
Louisa M. (Mayberry) Ingalls, born Harrison, Me., Sept. 6, 
1842 ; married, July, 1867, Abbie Stimson of Auburn, Me. 
She was born Graj', Me., 1850. He was educated at Bridgton 
Academy and Harvard Eaw School, read law with Hon. Charles 
L,evi Woodbury, a noted lawyer at Boston, commenced practice 
at Boston and residing at South Boston. He served in the city 
council and as State Senator in 1868. He became expert in 
railwa}' litigation and was appointed receiver of the Cleveland, 
Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Eouis (Big Four) Railway, and 
eventually became president, which position he still holds, re- 
siding at Cincinnati. In 1903 he was a candidate for mayor, 
and his name is frequently mentioned as a possible democratic 
candidate for the Presidency. 

Children : 

4673 Louise, if> b. Feb. 24, 1869; d. 1893; m. J. A. Barnard. Ch : (i) 
Abbic Ingalls. 

^(i'ji, Melville Edgar, i'^ b. Oct. 10, 1870; grad. Harvard College 1892, 
Harvard Law School 1895, is a lawyer at New York City; n. m. 

4675 George Hoadly,!'^ b. July 28, 1872; m. Nov. 12, 1898, Katherine, 
daughter of A. Howard and Katherine E. (Davis) Hiukle, b. Cin- 
cinnati, Sept. 19, 1876; he grad. Harvard College, 1893, is now 
engaged in the railroad business at Cincinnati. Ch : (4676) 
Katherine Elizabeth," b. Sept. 6, 1899. 

4677 Albert Stimson, 1° b. Feb. 28, 1874; m. Jane Taft ; he grad. Har- 
vard College, 1896, is now superintendent of the Cleveland- 
Indianapolis division of the Big Four, res. Cleveland. Ch : 
(4678) David Sinton, 11; (4679) Albert Stimson". 

4680 Fay.i" b. July 11, 1882 ; is member of Class 1904 Harvard College. 

4681 Gladys, 11 b. Oct. 29, 1886. 



4625 

William Ingall.s,^ {Lewis G.,^ George S.,' Lemuel,^ Zebe- 
diah,^ James, "^ James, ^ Henry ^^ Edmnnd^), son of Lewis G. and 
Elizabeth (Osgood) Ingalls, born at Abington, Conn., Sept. 30, 
1840; married, Oct. 4, 1864, Emma W., daughter of Eliakim 
W. and Esther (Williamson) Sessions of Abington. She was 
born June 6, 1842. He is a lumber manufacturer and member 
of the Advent Church at Abington, Conn. 



238 INGAIvLS GENEALOGY. 



Children : 

4682 Hanuah Elizabeth, 10 b. Van Wert, O., Jan. 24, 1870. 

4683 Henrietta Esther, ^ b. Dec. 12, 1874. 

4684 George Lemuel,^" b. Pomfret, Conn., Dec. 4, 1S76. 

4685 Lewis Sessions, 1'^ b. Abiugtou, Conn., Mar. 12, 1878 



®ut Of IRegular Or&er. 



673 

MoSKS Ingalls,'' {John,^ Eldad,^ Samuel,^ Heiiry,^ Edmu7id'^), 
son of John and Elizabeth (Copp) Ingalls, born Atkinson, N.H., 
Oct. 7, 1760; married, Sept. 12, 1781, Betsey Eaton. 

Children : 

4800 John,'' m. abt. 1817 ; Betsey, daughter of John Scofield ; he moved 
to St. Armand, P. Q. and d. there 1852. Ch : 

(4801) George Summerset,^ b. Nov. 2, 1821 ; n. ra.. res. Dunhams 

Basin, N. Y. 

(4802) John Bunyan,^ left home in 1861 and never heard from. 

(4803) Lydia Helen,^ d. 1884. 



904 

Joseph Ingalls," {Joseph,^' John, ^ John, *^ Joseph,^ SarnucI,'^ 
Edmund'^), son of Joseph and Rhoda ( ) Ingalls, born 

Tyngsboro, Mass., July 13, 181 1 ; married, Eliza, daughter of 
Asaph and Mehitable (Smart) Curtis. She was born Windsor, 
N. H., Feb. 8, 1815 ; died Eowell, Mass., Sept. 10, 1891. He 
died Eowell, Nov., 1871. 

Children : 

4804 Leander,^ b. July 15, 1838; res. Stoueham, Mass. 

4805 Henry, 8 b. Dec. 4, 1844 ; d. Oct. 1864, from fever contracted in the 

army. 

4806 Abbie E.,* b. Feb. 9, 1849; m. Sept. 1872, Albert Ford; she is a 

widow, res. Lowell. 

4807 Emma G.,^ res. Lowell. 

4808 Joel 8. 

1029 

Joseph Ingalls," {Edimmd,^ Elcazer C.,^ Joseph,*' Nathaniel ,'^ 
Robert,'^ Ednuind^), son of Edmund and Huldah (Batchelder) 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. '-^39 

Ingalls, born Lynn, Mass., Feb. ii, 1792; married Alice 
PhilliPvS. He was a farmer at Lynn, and died there Dec. 2, 
1874. 

Children : 

4809 Sarah,* m. ist Abram Pray. Ch : (i) Alice ; (2) Charles. She m. 

2d William Marsh. Ch : (3) Sarah Jane, m. Charles Newhall, 

Ch : (I) Nei,lie; (II) Bessie. (4) Huldah, d. y. 
+4810 John Wood, 8 b. Mar. 4, 1818; m. Abigail Cole. 
-I-4811 Joseph Wilson,^ b. Apr. 2, 1820; m. ist, Lydia Tarbox, 2d, Susan 

J. Harris. 
4S12 Oscar Fitzland,* b. Jau 16, 1822 ; m. Hannah E. Harris, res. L3'nn. 

No children. 
4813 Theodore Augustus,^ b. Nov. 20, 1827 ; d. m. 1850, Sarah 

Donaldson of Eastport. Ch : 

(4814) Augustus Blauey,^ b. Jan. 23, 1851 ; m. Georgianna McNutt. 

Ch : (4814 A) Ethel May,^ b. Dec. 14. 1885. 

(4815) Emma Jane,^ b. Oct. 9, 1S54 ; d. Sept., 1879; m. Edwin For- 

est Needham. Ch : (i) Cot'a Ethel, b. Aug. i, 1874; m. 
George Brown Peabody ; (2) Eva May, b. 1876 ; m. Albert 
Pierce. 

(4816) Alice Phillips,^ b. Sept. 13, i860; d. Mar. 17, 1876. 

(4817) Sarah Elizabeth,^ b. June 11, 1867; m. May 15, 1884, Freder- 

ick T. Stone. Ch : (i) Alice Martha ; (2) Frederick Theo- 
dore ; (3) Florence Mabel. 

4818 Elizabeth, 8 b. Nov. 20, 1825; d. July 31, 1868; m. Ezekiel F. 

Estes. Ch: (i) William Alfred, b. Dec. 6, 1853; m. Nettie 
Foster; (2) Joseph Franklin, b. Oct. 21, 1859; m. Georgie 
Spaulding; (3) Lizzie Phillips, b. July 27, 1868. 

4819 Huldah,^ d. ; m. Moses Gilbert. No children. 

4820 Catherine,^ d. y. 



4810 

John Wood Ingalls,'' {Joseph,' Edtmaid,*'' Elcazer C.,* Jo- 
seph," Nathaniel,^ Robert,'^ Edmund'^), son of Joseph and Alice 
(Phillips) Ingalls, born Lynn, Mass., Mar. 4, 1818 ; married, 
Oct. 20, 1842, Abigail, daughter of Richard and Abigail (Call) 
Cole. She was born Marblehead Jan. 15, 1816; died Lynn 
Feb. 24, 1892. He was a shoe cittter, gardener and member of 
Universalist church at Lynn and died Dec. 31, 1899. 

Children : 

4821 Catherine Abigail,^ b. Jan. 1847 ; d. Feb. 1850. 

4822 Mary Mower,'' b. May 24, 1848, is a teacher in the Lynn public 

schools. 

4823 William Richard,^ b. Jime 15, 1855; m. Oct. 15, 1890, Lizzie Jus- 

tine ; he is a grocer at Lynn. No children. 

4824 Josephine Maria,« b. Oct. 6, 1859; d. Oct. 3, 1866. 



240 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

4811 

Joseph Wilson Ingalls,* {Joseph^ Ednuind,^ Eleazer C,^ 
Joseph,'^ Nathaniel,^ Robert,"^ Edmund^), son of Josepli and Alice 
(Phillips) Ingalls, born Lynn, Mass., Apr. 2, 1820; married, 
first, lyYDiA Tarbox ; married, second, Susan Jane Harris. 
He lived and died at Lynn. 

Children b}' Lydia Tarbox : 

4825 L)"dia Nichols,^ m. Joseph Southwick. Ch : (i) Charles; (2) 

Susan /. , d. y. 

4826 Charles Wilson, ^ m. Mary Webb Dupar. Ch : 

(4827) Eliza, ^'^ m. Frank Coombs. 

(4828) Hattie,!^ m. Clayton Irish. 

(4829) Joseph, 10 d. 

Children by Susan J. Harris : 

4830 Hannah Beals,» b. Apr. 3, 1S55 ; m. Charles R. Smith. Ch : (i) 

Carrie Louise, h. Aug. 1875; (2) Charles Richard, b. Sept. 16, 
1877; {i) Katie Chase, b. Jan. 11, 1880. 

4831 Daniel Harris, ^ m. Annie Moulton. Ch : (4831A) Bernard 

Harris, 1° b. June 13, 1880. 

4832 Oscar Lincoln,^ d. 



XHnconnectet) ifamilies. 
5000 

Joseph Ingalls, born from 1745 to 1760, a tradition that he 
was son of David Ingalls of Vermont state, and that he was a 
captain in the Revolution. He lived in Columbia, Schoharie 
or Saratoga Counties, N. Y. and finally moved to Peterboro, 
Madison Co., and died about 1786. His wife was Rachel Mc- 
Withey. 

Children : 

5001 David. 

3002 Jonathan. 

5003 Daughter; m. Day. 

4004 Daughter. 
~l"5005 James, b. Apr. 14, 1782; m. Nancy Moot. 

5005 

James Ingalls, {Joseph, ) son of Joseph and Rachel 

(McWithey) Ingalls, born N. Y. State, Apr. 14, 1782 ; marrie 1 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 241 

Nancy Moot, daughter of a Dutch settler ; she died June n, 
1869, age eighty-five. He was bound out to one Dibble, taken to 
Madison Co., N. Y., and never saw any of the family again. He 
received a good education and was a school teacher. He bought 
a farm two miles south of Lenox Furnace, N. Y., and is said to 
have been the only Whig and only one in his neighborhood who 
took and read a newspaper. He died Lenox, N. Y., Mar. 6, 
1867. 

Children : 

5006 Kate, b. 1805 ; d. Apr. 22, 1833 ; m. John Hall. Ch : {i)DeWiit. 
+ 5007 John Jay, b. May 12, 1808; m. Anna Burea. 

5008 James, b. Jan. 14, 1814 ; m. Jennie Rice, b. Julj' 14, 1814 ; he is a 
farmer at Wampsville, N. Y. Ch : 

(5009) Catherine, b. ; m. George Harp. 

(5010) Helen, b. ; m. Alonzo Snyder. 

(5011) Frank, b. ; m. Mary Ann Butler. 

(5012) Lucinda, b. ; m. Lot Black. 

(5013) Emma, b. ; m. Riley Moon. 

(5014) Nora, b. ; m. Frank Moore. 

5015 Joseph, b. Jan. 14, 1814 ; m. Mary Kilts, who d. Nov. 14, 1888. 
He was a farmer at Lenox and d. Nov. 10, 1898. Ch : 

(5016) Orrin Jason, b. ; m. Josephine Clement. 

(5017) Nicholas Kilts, b. 

(5018) Nancy, b. ; m. Frank Winchell. 

(5019) Frances, b. ; m. Wallace Winchell. 

(5020) Mary, b. ; m. Washington Miller. 
-I-5021 Conrad, b. June 29, 1819 ; m. Lydia J. Foster. 

5022 Erastus, b. ; m. Athelia Stewart; he was a farmer, lived and 

d. Lenox, N. Y. Ch : 

(5023) Josephine, b. 1855 ; m. Frank Hollenbeck. 

(5024) Phineas Dexter, b. 1857; m. Emma Sparrow, res. Lee Cen- 

ter. Ch: (5025) Stewart, b. 1891. 

(5026) Frederick Carson, b. Feb. 23, 1859; m. Saratoga, Oct. 16, 

1895, Addie A., daughter of Walton A. and Emma (Gam- 
ble) Waite, b. June 14, 1872 ; he is a photographer at 
Glens Falls, N. Y. No children. 

(5027) Nellie, b. 1861 ; m. Henry I. Hitchcock, res. Lee Center. 

(5028) Jessie, b. 1863 ; m. George Hitchcock. 



5007 

John Jay IngalLvS, {James, Joseph), son of James and Nancy 
(Moot) Ingalls, born Schoharie Co., N. Y., May 12, 1808 ; mar- 
ried Anna Burea. He was a large farmer at Lenox, quiet and 
attending to business, his advice was often sought by his neigh- 
bors attesting the confidence reposed in his judgment. In belief 
he was a Unitarian ; his moral and exemplary life affording evi- 
dence of character based upon the higher law of rule and con- 
duct. 



242 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

5029 Lucius, b. Sept. 17, 1834; m. Jan. 1, 1856, Emily, daughter of 
Lewis and Dorothy (Vedder) Clement, b. Stockbridge, N. Y., 
Feb. 14, 1836; he is a farmer and treasurer of the Presbyterian 
church at Wampsville, N. Y. Ch : 
(5030) Lewis Erwin, b. Sept. 9, 1857; m. S^-racuse, Dec. i, 1881, 
Marv Southard, res. Wampsville. Ch : (5031) Mernie 
Olive, b. Oct. 18, 1884; (5032) Erwin L., b. July 2, 1886. 
(5033) Marion Rosette, b. Aug. 11, 1875. 
5034 Newton, b. 1845; m. Jane Butler, b. 1853; he is a farmer at 
Lenox. Ch : 

(5035) Flora, b. 1869; m. Frank Brewster. 

(5036) Charles, b. 1874; m. Florence Buvea. Ch : (5037) Harold; 

(5038) Rita. 
5039 Addison, b. 1849 ; m. Ella Harrington, b. 1855 ; he is a farmer at 
Merrillsville, N. Y. Ch : 

(5040) Ina, b. 1S76; m. Henry Bortle. 

(5041) Daisy, b. 1877; m. Bert Eddy. 

(5042) Chilton, b. 1879. 

(5043) Stella, b. 1882. 

(5044) Ruth, b. 1886. 

5045 Anna, b. 1831 ; n. m. 

5046 Luther, b. 1839; m. Margaret Rouse, b. 1852; he is a farmer at 

Oneida. Ch : 

(5047) Harrison, b. 1870; m. Jennie Parker. 

(5048) Jennie, b. 1872; m. Frank Ingalls. 

(5049) Anna, b. 1874. 

(5050) Jay, b. 1876. 

(5051) Merton, b. 1878. 

(5052) Maud, b. 1880. 

(5053) Lulu, b. 1882. 

(5054) Jessie, b. 1889. 

5055 Rush, b. Apr. 3, 1833; m. Charity Adle, res. \Vampsville. Ch : 
(5056) John; (5057) William; (5058) Frank; (5059) Rush; 
(5060) Huldah ; (5061) Nellie ; (5062) Mary. 

5063 Ruth, b. 1829; m. Orrin Eddy. Ch : (i) Rebecca, b. 1869; m. 

George Seiber ; (2) Adelboi, b. 1870; m. Rose Elwood ; (3) 
Elizabeth, m. John Yandewarker. Ch : (I) Anxa, b. 1882; m. 
Daniel Hamlet. Ch : (A) James Edward (Yandewarker), b. 
1901. 

5064 Jane, b. 1851 ; m. Reuben Edd}-. No children. 



5021 

Conrad Ingalls, {James, Joseph), son of James and Nancy 
(Moot) Ingalls, born Lenox, N. Y., Dec. 29. 1818 ; married, 
June 10, 1848; Lydia, daughter of Eli and Eleanor (Torrey) 
Tucker. She was born Lenox, Aug. 23, 1826 ; died Nov. 17, 
1864. He is a prosperous farmer at Peterboro, N. Y. 

Children : 

5065 Albert, b. July i, 1849; m. Ella McDermott, res. Peterboro. 

5066 Willis Arnold, b. Jan. 28, 1856; m. 1881, Minnie, daughter of 

John and Jane (Lynch) Dorrance, b. Peterboro, 1858; he grad. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 243 

B. S. from Cornell Universit}- 1879, has since been a teacher at 
Peterboro, Porupey and Marathon, now at New Berlin. Ch ; 

(5067) Hazel, b. Dec. 6, 1883. 

(5068) John Conrad, b. Sept. 13, 1885. 

(5069) Vera Louise, b. Aug, 22, 1893. 

(5070) Robert Dorrance, b. June 12, 1896. 

5071 Owen Lovejoy, b. Feb. 14, 1864; m. Oct. 23, 1895, Mary S., 
daughter of Louis W., and Sarah (Stevens) Sinsbaugh,-b. Wash- 
ington, D.C., Nov. 16, 1866; he grad. C. E. from Cornell 
University 1886, is now a civil engineer at Washington. Ch : 
(5071A) Ruth, b. Aug. 15, 1896. 



5072 

Benjamin Ingalls, lived at Broome, Schoharie Co., N. Y., 
and probably connects vnth the Pomfret or Rehoboth families ; 
married Jane McCall. 

Children : 

5073 Benjamin, b. Mar. 7, 1821 ; d. Hudson, Ind., 1846; m. ist, Marj- 
Smith ; 2d, Catherine Hibner. 
+5074 Walter, b. Broome, Schoharie Co., N. Y., Dec. 13, 1825; d. Ham- 
ilton, Ind. ,1861 ; m. 1852, Martha, daughter of Josiah Chandler. 
She m. 2d, John Shook. 

5075 James, b. Sept. 27, 1827; m. Oct. 29, 1853, Eleanor Ann, daughter 
of Samuel and Nancy A. (Upton) Barnhouse, b. Buffalo Run. 
Va., Jan. 7, 1838; d. Sept. 26, 1900; he was a cooper, now mar- 
ket gardner at Buchanan, Mich. Ch : 

(5076) Julia Alphonsine, b. Feb. 16, 1855; d. Aug. 19, 1878; m. 

Mar. 24, 1875, Alexander Watson, b. Jan. 12, 1846; he is a 
farmer and stockbreeder at Glenwood, Mich. Ch : (i) 
Grace Eleayior, b. Nov. 11, 1876. 

(5077) Emerson Guilford, b. Sept. 8, 1856; was last heard from at 

Buffalo Gap, S. D. 



5074 

Walter Ingalls, {Beyijamin, ), born Broome. N. Y., 

Dec. 13, 1825 : married. 1852, Martha, daughter of Josiah 
Chandler. He died Hamilton. Ind.. 1861, and his widow 
married John Shook. 

Children : 

5078 Francis, left Niles, Mich., Sept. i, 1877; not heard from since. 

5079 Mary Jane, b. Hudson, Ind., Oct. 23, 1857; m. Sept. i, 1875, 

James Franklin Wray, b. Madison, Ind., Oct. 18, 1857; is a 
farmer and stock raiser at Edmond, Kan. Has held many 
town offices and is now school supervisor. Ch : {\)John Bur- 
ton, b. Castalia, la., Sept. 22, 1876; m. June 20, 1900, Lulu 
Gross. Ch : (I) Helen, b. May 26, 1901 ; (2) Guy Morion, b. 
Buchanan, Mich., May 24, 1879; (3) Nola Emma, b. Nov. 11, 
1881 ; m. June 10, 1902, Charles Harris; (4) Mabel Elsie, b, 
Edmond, Sept. 11, 1891. 



244 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

5080 James Leouard, b. Hamilton, Ind., May 16, i860; m. Nov. 19, 
1885. ^larv Grace, daughter of Dr. Washington A. and Emilv 
D. (Van Auken) Eugle of Hartford, Mich., b. Dec. 18, 1864; 
he is a station agent at Hartford. Ch : (5081) Wilfred A. b. 
Mar. 2, 1896; d. Oct. 14, 1900. 



5082 

Nathaniel Ingalls. born Lynn, Mass.: married a daughter 
of Robert and Man,- (Diamond) Pitcher. Her mother was the 
famous Moll Pitcher. 

Children : 

5083 Nathan, b. July 5, 1792. 

5084 Lydia, b. Mar. 13, 1796. 

5085 John, b. Sept. 3, 1799. 

-I-5086 Benjamin, b. Aug. 25, 1801 ; m. Dorcas Moulton. 
5087 Ruth, b. July 20, 1804. 



5086 

Children of Benjamin and Dorcas (Moulton) Ingalls : 

5088 Elizabeth B. 

5089 Almira. 

5090 Daniel. 

5091 Lydia M. 

5092 George E. 

5093 Nathan Benjamin Moulton. b. Lynn, 1829; m. ist, Ruth Mills 

Patterson, 2d, Margaret Hav. He is a real estate dealer at Lvnn. 
Ch: 

(5094) Sarah Elizabeth, m. Daniel F. Brown. Ch : (i) Flora 

May, m. Burleigh; (2) IVilliam Frederick; (3) Alfred 
Parsons; (4) Ruth Flla,m. Whipple. 

(5095) Flora M. 

(5096) Charles Nathan Parsons, b. Aug. 3, 1853 ; m. July 9, 1874, Eva 

Florence, daughter of Robbins and Elizabeth (Shaw) Ray- 
mond, b. Mar. 23, 1855; he is a shoe contractor at Lynn. 
Ch : (5097; Lottie May, b. Jan. 25, 1875 ; m. Pinkham. 

Qh.: {i)Earle Everett, b. Mar. 3, 1895; {2) Eva Francena, 
b. Apr. 28, 1901. (5098) Charles Edgar, b. Sept. 10, 1876; 
res. Lynn; (5099) Jesse Austin, b. Aug. 17, 1878, is blind: 
(5100) Ella Florence, b. July 7, 1882 ; m. Ingraham. 

Ch :Ci) Charles Resolute, b. Feb. 27, 1901. 



5101 

Israel Ingalls, probably born about 1750, and connects with 
the Andover families. He married Elizabeth French and 
was a miller at Penobscot, Me. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. '245 

Children : 

5102 Frederick, d. Cincinnati, O. 1833; Ch : (5103) Frederick; (5104) 
Theodore. 

5105 Elizabeth, m. John Butterfield. 

5106 Sarah, m. Joseph Wellington. 
-f-5107 Israel, b. Dec. 25, 1793 , Mary Lord. 



5107 

Israel Ingalls, {Israel ), born Oldtown, Me., 

Dec. 25, 1793 ; married, Mary Lord. She was born Oldtown, 
Nov. 9. 1798; died Polk Co., O., Mar. 11. 1871. He was a 
carpenter and serv^ed in the war of 1812. He died Alton, 111., 
June, 1835. 

Children : 

5108 Almira, m. Simeon Beeman. 

5109 Sophronia, b. 1816; m. Da\-is Gibson, and is living in Oregon. 

5110 Joseph W., b. Hamilton, O., May i, 1819 ; m. at Pittsfield, 111., 

Delila Ann, daughter of Samuel and Tabitha (Kennedy) Gib- 
son, b. Lincoln Co., Mo., Nov. 29, 1824 ; he is a farmer and post- 
master at Glendon, Le\vis Co., Wash. Has been county com- 
missioner and served in the Mexican War. Ch : 

(5111) Wallace W., b. Pike Co., 111.. 1847; m. 1875, Molly Hart- 

rock; he is a farmer at Glendon, served in the Civil War. 

(5112) Martha, b. Oregon, Aug. 1853 : m. Jan. i, 1874, Henry Tilley 

of Glendon. 

(5113) Fred Lee, b. 1855. 

(5114) Flora, b. 1857. 

(5115) Charles, b. 1859. 

(51 16) Theodore Wellington, b. 1862. 

5117 Elizabeth, m. Yarnum Butler of Monmouth, Ore. 

5118 Arthur, m. Eleanor Taylor, lived Waitsburg, Wash. Ch : (5119) 

Orville ; (5120) Lucius : (5121) George. 
5122 Henrv, b. 1826; m. Sarah Brent, is a farmer at Waitsburg. Ch : 
(5123) William A.; (5124) Willis; (5125) Otis; (5126) Ira 
William. 

5127 Lvman R., d. 

5128 Theodore P., b. Sept. 13, 1835 ; m. Feb. 27, 1867, Catherine Smith; 

went from Illinois to Oregon in 1852, is now a farmer at Waits- 
burg, Wash. No children. 

5129 Roxinda, m. William Keiser, res. Waitsburg. 



5130 

Simeon Ingalls, probably connects with the Rehoboth 
families ; had (5130A) Philip Blake Ingalls. born Franklimille, 
N. Y. June i. 1S33 ; married. Concord, Pa.. June i, 1857, Mar>' 
Euranus. daughter of Len White. She was bom Spring Creek, 
Pa.. Mar. 25. 1839: he died. Cleveland. O., Mar. 21. 1899. 



246 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

5131 Albert Eugene, b. Sparta, Pa., Nov. 25, 1S59; d. Cleveland, O., 
May 4, 1895 ; m. Alice May Blood. Ch : (5132) Bernie, 

d. ; (,5133) Bertie, d. ; (5134) Anna Mary. 

5135 Charles Martin, b. Mount Vernon, la., May 3, 1864; m. Margaret 

Burke. Ch : (5136) Berj-l; (5137) Percy. 

5138 Frank Levi, b. Complantertownship, Pa., Oct. 26, 1873; m. Alice 

Winifred Woodruff. Ch : (5138 A) lima. 

5139 Fred Simeon, b. Geneva, O., Jan. 17, 1876; m. June 5, 1901, 

Maelyn Teresa, daughter of William E. and Anna E. (Rafter) 
Beck, b. Cleveland, O., Feb. 10, 1876. He is a clerk at Cleve- 
land. 



5140 

David Ingalls, probably connects with the Andover fam- 
ilies, moved from Vermont to Dumfres, Ont., was a wealthy 
farmer and had seven sons and three daughters. One son 
(5 141) Philetus D., born Aug. 19, 1816 ; married Martha 
Goodell ; she died Lapeer, Mich., 1854 ; he died Clio, Mich., 

Jan. 4, 1868. 

Children : 

5142 Daughter, m. Walters, moved to Iowa. 

5143 Eunice E., was li\nng at Saginaw, Mich., 1888. 

5144 Da\'id Daniel, m. Jan. i, 1868, Sarah, daughter of George and 

Sarah (Doyle) Flood of Brockway, Mich., b. Dec. 14, 1844; he 
served in the Civil War in Co. H, loth Mich. Regiment from 
1862 to Apr. 1865; name on the records " Ingels". He was a 
meat and pro\-ision dealer at Caro, Mich, in 1888. Ch : (5145) 
Lena Maud, b. Oct. 22, 1871 ; (5146) Mertie May, b. Jan. 29, 1873. 

5147 Joseph, d. Flint, Mich., 1862. 

5148 James, lived Iosco Co., Mich., 1888. 

5149 Peter, served live years in the regular army with General Custer, 

and lived in Louisana in 1888. 

5150 Philetus, adopted when four weeks old by Mr. Chaplin, they 

moved to Wis. in 1855, nothing known since. 



5151 

Ingalls. probably connects with the Rehoboth families, 

lived and died at Oneonta, X. Y., had (5152) John B., who 
lives at Oneonta ; (5153) Mary, m. Phelps, lives at Frank- 

lin, and (5154) Jerome B.. who married Susan Maria Burdick, 
and had (5155) Frank Lewis, b. Walton. N. Y.. Nov. 12, 1859 ; 
m. Ella Cordelia, daughter of Dewitt and Hattie (Van Ettan) 
Ogden ; she was born Middleton. X. Y., Dec. 14. i860; he is 
advertiser at Memphis. Tenn. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 247 

Children of Frank L. Ingalls : 

5156 Madge Ogden, b. July 13, 1881. 

5157 Blanche Burdick, b. Feb. 7, 1884. 

5158 Clyde, b. Oct. 30, 1888. 

5159 Ethel, b. Dec. 19, 1891. 

5160 Hazel, b. May 12, 1893. 

5161 Frank, b. Nov. 2, 1897. 

5162 Agnes Flannery, b. Apr. 18, 1901. 



5163 

John Calvin Ingalls, had son (5164) Stephen Raymond, 
born Acworth, N. H. ; married Griswold, and died at 

Montgomer>^ Yt.; they had a son (5165) William Winslow, 
born Eden, Vt., Sept., 6, 1829; married Emily J. Lord. He 
was a farmer at Brownington, Vt. 

Children of William W. Ingalls : 

5166 Oren W., b. Nov. 4, 1852; m. Feb. 25, 1877, Alice Nichols, b. 
Burke, N. Y., Feb. 14, 1859; he is a farmer at Brownington. 
Ch : (5167) Katie Marian, b. Apr. 5, 1880; d. Dec. 11, 1890; 
(_5i68) Myra Louise, b. Apr. 20, 1882; (5169) Ida May, b. May 
21, 1889. 

5170 Eva Gertrude, b. Aug. 16, 1854; m. W. A. Evans of So. London- 

derry, Vt. 

5171 William Herbert, b. June 11, 1856; m. and is a farmer at North 

Haverhill, N. H. 

5172 Clarence Eugene, b. Nov. 4, 1863 ; m. has three children, res. 

Santa Paula, Cal. 
5176 Fred Clark, b. Apr. 20, 1865 ; m. has three children, res. Lancas- 
ter, N. H. 



5179 

James Ingalls, farmer at Hartland, N. Y.; married Polly 
LovELAND, and died Hartland, Feb. 21, 1825. 

Child : 

5178 Jason Rude, b. Brutus, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1819 ; d. Cleveland, O., July 
8, 1875; m. Caroline Fox of Westfield, N. Y. Ch : (5179) Otis 
Le Lo}', b. Grafton, O., Dec. 18, 1857; m. Auburn, N. Y., Jan. 
3, 1880, Carrie, daughter of Otis and Lizzie (Hughson) Ingalls 
of Throop, N. Y., b. May 12, 1861 ; he is a farmer at Westfield. 
(5180) Plummer E., b. Mar. 16, 1845 ; m. and is an engineer on 
the Mo. Pacific R. R., living at Holden, Mo. 



248 INGAIvLS GENEALOGY. 

5181 

Jesse Ingalls, born Farnum, P. Q.; married Elizabeth 
Whitford, and had (5181A) Merritt, born June 15, 1836 ; mar- 
ried. Mar. 12, 1863. Mary In'ing, daughter of George P. and 
Agnes (Cameron) Truax. He is a farmer at Farnum. 

Children : 

5182 Addie Agues, b. May 20, 1864; is superintendent of the Clare- 

mont, N. H. hospitaL 

5183 George Henry, b. June 24, 1869 ; d. Aug. 7, 1871. 

5184 Chaunce)' Hibbard, b. July 12, 1871 ; m. June 24, 1894, Phebe Ger- 

trude Gage ; he is a carpenter, also coal and wood dealer at 
Manchester, N. H. Ch : (5185) Elroy Dean, b. Sept. i, 1895; 
(5186) Marion Louise, b. July 12, 1897; (5187) Merritt, b. June 
29, 1899. 

5188 Willis Adolphus, b. Oct. 14, 1873; is a machinist and foreman of 

a knitting mill at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

5189 Howard Merritt, b. Feb. 18, 1882 ; coal and wood dealer at Man- 

chester. 



5190 

DeWayne L. Ingalls, born Fayston, Vt., Sept. 4, 1846; 
married Fayston, Mar. 18, 1869, Emma M. Shedd. She was 
born Canada, i\pr. 7, 1849; died Jan. 20, 1888. He died 
Northfield, Vt.. Mar. 22. 1890. 

Children : 

5191 Charles F., b. Massena Springs, N. Y., Apr. 10, 1871. 

5192 Edith M., b. Potsdam, N. Y., June 21, 1875. 

5193 Franklin Herbert, b. Fayston, Vt., Apr. 20, 1877; is a wheel- 

wright and carriage painter at Stowe, Vt. 

5194 Estella S., b. Apr. 30, 1879. 

5195 Leon D., b. July 4, 1885; d. Aug. 16, 1886. 



5196 

Charles Brigham Ingalls, came to Oswego, N. Y. from 
one of the western states, ha\dng married at Toledo, O., Esther, 
daughter of Felix and Matilda Robillard. He died i860, leav- 
ing (5197) Julia, married Joseph Roy, and (5198) Charles 
Brigham, born Oswego, Oct. 3, i860; married Matilda, daughter 
of John and Eugenia (Desirudie) Dufresne, born Oswego, Apr. 
I, i860; he is letter carrier and secretary of the State Associa- 
tion of Letter Carriers, res. Oswego. Ch : (5199) Letitia Jose- 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 249 

phine ; (5200) Ruth Esther; (520i)Charles Emery; (5202) 
Matilda Corinne ; (5203) Julia Ethel ; (5204) John Melvon ; 
(5205) Margaret Virginia ; (5206) Marion Louise. 

William S. Ingals, lived at Elmira, N. Y., married Cathe- 
rine Stoner, Nov. 22, 18 12 ; moved to Wells, Bradford Co., Pa., 
and followed lumbering and farming until 1855, then moved to 
Moshierville, where he died Feb. 14, 1868 ; she died Mar. 23, 
1884, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. N. S. Jones; they 
also had a daughter Mrs. R. T. Miller, and a son Benjamin who 
are living in the West. 

In January, 1903, while excavating back of City Hall, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., and twenty feet below the surface, workmen found 
remains of a skeleton and a marble headstone on which is cut 
" To the Memory of Mr. John Blanford Ingles, son of William and 
Mary Ingles of Charleston. S. C, who departed this life July 2, 
1808, aged 25 years 11 months and 14 days." 

Miss Margaret Ingalls was clerk of the Kentucky House of 
Representatives in 1880, and was a fluent speaker stumping the 
state in the interest of Bryan for the presidency. 

Died Boston, Nov. 10, 1900, E. Herbert Ingalls, 50 years 8 
months. 

Levi Ingalls, lived South Carolina 1837. 

William Ingalls, drowned Portsmouth, N. H., 1808. 

William Ingalls lived Windham, N. H., 1785. 

Rev. Wheeler Ingalls of East Pembroke, N. Y., married 
Almena Riddell ; after his death she lived at Franklin, 111., they 
had a son Charles Crank, married Regina Augusta Cook and 
was a merchant at Chicago. 

William Ingalls, the oldest of the Ingalls brothers, hermits, 
who for years have lived on Little Spruce Island, off the town of 
Roque Bluffs, Me., died Jan. 24, 1903. He was over eighty years 
of age and had been in poor health for some time. The story 
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250 INGALLvS GENEALOGY. 

a remarkable one. During the time when the three brothers 
sailed a coasting vessel it was their custom to haul up their little 
schooner for the winter months in the thoroughfare near the 
island, where thej- afterward took up their abode. Twenty-five 
winters were spent on board the little craft, hauled up at that 
place. It was their home, and when the shipping season was 
over it was their custom to set sail for Spruce Island and there 
remain until spring. When finally they retired from the coast- 
ing business they went to Little Spruce Island, near which they 
had passed so many winters, and there, building for themselves 
a rude hut, they entered upon their hermit life. Twenty-three 
years have passed since they settled there, and until this death 
the hermit trio remained unbroken. Several years ago one of 
the brothers, Daniel, became dissatisfied with the rule of his 
oldest brother, and went to a remote part of the island, where 
he erected a hut for himself and undertook to live apart from 
the others. A reconciliation was brought about later, and he 
returned home. No such separation, how'ever, ever took place 
between William and his second brother, Xehemiah, who is 
known as Captain Ingalls. Until they were separated by death 
they had not been away from each other more than a day at a 
time for over fifty years. Both the captain and Daniel, whose 
grievance has long since been healed, are nearly heartbroken 
over the death of their older brother, and since his body was 
taken to Jonesport for burial their home has been more lonely 
than ever. William had been married but had no children. 

S5'lvester Silas Ingalls of Goshen, N. H., married Marrietta 
E., daughter of Solomon and Augusta C. (Roy) Dean, born Goffs- 
town, N. H., July 31, 1840 ; had a daughter Josephine Augusta, 
born Newport, N. H., Aug. 30, 1859; married, Nov. 21, 1875, 
William Thompson, a shoe manufacturer at Newark, N. J. 

Ch : (i) William Dean, b. Lynn, Mass, May 24, 1878. 

John Ingalls, Jr., was admitted to the bar at Evansville, 
Ind., 1838, became superintendent and later president of the 
railroad and prominent in the affairs of that city, had a daugh- 
ter, Louisa, married Dec. 23, 1869, John M. Carpenter of 
Beloit Wis. 

James Ingalls, Sherburne, Mass., widow Martha, 1784. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALUS, OF LYNN. 251 

William Ingalls, Manchester, Mass., had son Ezra Davis, 
died 1856. 

Samuel S. Ingalls was a merchant at Gibson, Pa., about 1850. 

Jacob Ingalls Johnson died Lynn, Mass., May 27, 1868. 

William C. Sargent of Lynn, mother was an Ingalls. 

Thomas Ingels, born Penn., Apr. 20, 1789, moved to Saga- 
mon Co., 111., then to Gentry Co., Mo. 

The following were living at the places indicated in 1868 : 
Schooley Ingalls was a carpenter at Locke, N. Y.; Hiram G. 
Ingalls was a dentist at Groton City, N. Y.; Adrian Ingalls, 
farmer, Williamson, N. Y.; Erastus, James, Luther, Orin J., 
and Joseph, farmers at Wampsville, N. Y.; Lucius Ingalls, 
Oneida, N. Y.; CoUis Ingalls, physician, Northampton; John 
Ingals, blacksmith. Concord, Corey P. O., Pa. 

A. G. Ingalls, grist and saw-mill, Hubbardsville, N.Y., 1890. 

Jonathan Ingalls, Salem, Mass., had (5207) Polly, born Jan. 
28, 1791 ; (5208) Elizabeth, b. Mar. 20, 1793. 

Stephen Ingalls, Lynn, Mass., married Rebecca had 

(5209) Rebecca, b. Jan. 6, 1765 ; (5210) Abner, born Oct. 13, 
1767 ; (521 1) Esther, born Oct. 20, 1769. 

Daniel Ingalls Tenney, whose mother was an Ingalls, amassed 
a fortune in the jewelry business in New York City ; presented 
the city of Lynn with a statue of Washington costing $20,000, 
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252 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



/iOarrlaaes "dnplaceD. 

AT ANDOVER, MASS. 

Sarah Ingalls and Daniel Osgood, Int., Apr. i8, 1724. 

Phebe Ingalls and James Parker, m. Aug. 12, 1731. 

Mary Ingalls and Ebenezer Abbott, m. Dec. 4, 1744. 

Ruth Ingalls and Capt. Da%'id Bodwell, m. Apr. 14, 1761. 

Maria Ingalls and Stevens of Belgrade, Int., June 5, 1771. 

Sarah Ingalls and Thomas Stevens, Jr., m. Oct. 8, 1772 ; she was daughter 

of Henr)-^. 
Sarah Ingalls and Peter Carlton, m. Feb. a, 1773. 
Ruth Ingalls and Moses Gerrish, m. Dec. 15, 1774. 
Rebecca Ingalls and Isaac Shattuck, m. Jan. 11, 1785. 
Stephen Ingalls and Lydia Kimball, m. Sept. 21, 1786. 
Deborah Ingalls and Dean Curtis, m. Dec. 28, 1786. 
Lydia Ingalls and Isaac Brown of Wilton, m. Jan. 28, 1790. 
Phebe Ingalls and Elijah Bradstreet, m. June 3, 1790. 
Mehitable H. Ingalls and Asa Albert Abbott, m. 1820; he was born Mar. 

29. 1799. 

AT REHOBOTH, MASS. 

Hannah Ingalls and John Pierce, m. Mar. 4, 1773. 

Sabina Ingalls and James Campbell, m. Nov. 25, 1778. 

Mercy Ingalls and Asa Horton, m. Nov. 3, 1784- 

Lydia Ingalls and Nathaniel Miller Jencks, m. June 19, 1803. 

Betsey Ingalls and Isaac Sherman, m. Nov. 19, 1809. 

Sally "ingalls and Nathan Miller, m. Dec. 12, 181 1. 

Eliza Ingalls and George S. Horton, m. June 18, 1826. 

George W. Ingalls and Ardela Pease, m. Sept. 5, 1829. 

Orin M. Ingalls, age twenty-five, son of Benjamin and Olive, m. Irene, 

daughter of Lemuel Snow, Apr. 4, 1847. 
John S. Ingalls, age thirty-nine, son of Benjamin and Sally, m. Oct. 

28, 1857, Louise Maiten. Ch : John O. , b. Aug. 26, 1858 ; Charles 

F., b. Nov. 2, i860. 
George Ingalls, age thirty-six, m. 2d, Feb. 2, 1862, Lncinda Short. 
Lois Ingalls and Elisha Mason, m. Sept. 27, 1744. 
Deborah Ingalls and David Wheeler, m. Jan. 15, 1761. 
Sarah Ingalls and William Read, m. Jan. 20, 1753. 
Hannah Ingalls and John Turner, m. Dec. 23, 1772. 
Percey Ingalls and Thomas Pierce, m. Mar. 12, 1817. 
Betsey Ingalls and Samuel Pierce, m. Sept. 5, 1834. 

AT ABINGTON, CONN. 

David Ingalls m. Mary May, Mar. i, 1772. 

Allice Ingalls m. Calvin Holbrook, Feb. 13, 1783. 

Mary Ingalls m. Eleazer Williams of Killingly, Dec. 2, 1790. 

Theda Ingalls m. Joshua Pratt of Brooklyn, Dec. 25, 1793. 

Daniel Ingalls m. Bethia Brown, Nov. 2, 1794. 

Abiah Ingalls, m. Nathaniel Rogers, Mar. 19, 1753. 

OTHER PLACES. 

Wheeler B. Ingalls, m. Lorella Pollard, Providence, Aug. 25, 1842. 
James Ingalls of Boston, m. Harriet Hall, Providence, July 15, 1843. 
Eliza Ingalls m. Edward W. Tyler, Cumberland, R. I., Jan. 18, 1842. 
Sarah Ingalls m. Caleb Bowen, Warwick, R. I., July 26, 1754. 



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Eliza Auu Ingalls m. John B. Jacoy, New London, Conn., Nov. 19, 1826. 

Mary Ingels m. William Robbins, New London, Mar. 27, 1732. 

Peter Ingalls of Boston m. Sarah Scranton, New London, Jan. 17, 1760. 

Peter Ingalls m. Lucy James, New London, Mar. 17, 1762. 

Susannah Ingalls m. Benjamin Ireson of Lynn May 23, 1793; he died 

Jan. 6, 1830. 
Desiah Ingalls m. Joshua Witherell of Salem, Aug. 15, 1715. 
Elizabeth Ingalls m. Palfrey Downing of Salem, Aug. 17, 1749. 
Priscilla Ingalls of Marblehead m. Samuel Field, Jr., of Salem, Nov. 22, 

1733- 
Ruth Ingalls m. Luther Fowle of Salem, Nov. 21, 1700. 
John Ingalls m. Mary Joseph of Lynn, Nov. 15, 1785. 
Ruth Ingalls m. George Phillips of Lynn, Nov. 9, 181 7. 
Sarah Ingalls m. John Smith of Salem, Aug. 7, 1755. 
John Ingalls of Lynn m. Alice Wiers, May 29, 1791. 
Elizabeth Ingalls m. James Pattison of Lynn, Feb. 27, 1797. 
Margaret Ingalls m. Wm. D. Shatswell of Lynn, Nov. 4, 1810. 
Elizabeth Ingalls m. Wm. Sage of Lj^nn, Apr. 26, 1812. 
James Ingalls m. Ruth Chase, Atkinson, N. H., Nov. 9, 1811. 
James Ingalls of Middleboro, Mass., m. Keziah Richards, 1787. 
Ruth Ingalls of Hampstead, N. H., m. Thomas Pressey of Sandown, Nov. 

25, 1802. 
David Ingalls m. Sarah Pressey, both of Sandown, at Hampstead, May 6, 

1822. 
Abigail Ingalls of Sandown m. Benjamin Dearborn of Salisbury, Mar. 17, 

1805. 
George F. Ingalls m. Louise Gott, both of Tremont, Me., at Surry, Me., 

Sept. 24, 1899. 
John Ingalls m. Annie Mating, Marblehead, Aug. 25, 1808, had son, John, 

b. 1809. 
Sarah F. Ingalls of Lynn m. Jan., 1852, William B. Trask. 
Almira Ingalls, daughter of Francis of Naples, Me., m. John Brackett 

and had Mrs. Frank L. Manchester, res. Naples. 
Rachel Ingalls m. John Chapman of Kittery, Me., Mar. 30, 1710. 
Mary Ingalls m. Andrew Sargent, he b. Ipswich, Mass., 1601. 
Mary Ingalls of Ipswich m. William Allen, Jan. 12, 1738. 
James Ingalls of Bedford, Mass., m. Margaret Bonner of Billerica, Mar. 

13, 1788, had son James, b. Nov. 10, 1790. 
Hannah Ingalls of Sandown, N. H., m. William Nichols of Londonderry, 

Mar. 7. 1793. 
Mary Ingalls of Pomfret, Conn., m. Dier Hastings of Norwich, June 3, 

1769. 
Mary Ingalls m. John Butler of New London, Conn. 
Hannah Ingalls m. Hampton, N. H., Samuel Worthen of New Chester, 

May 2, 1782. 
Sarah Ingalls'm. James Copling of Pomfret, Conn., Feb. 6, 1756. 
Mary Ann Ingalls m. Richard Curwen, Sept. 11, 1843. 
Bertha Ann Ingalls, b. Nov. 7, 1826; d. Peabody, Mass., Nov. 27, 1886; 

m. Dec. 14, 1845, Richard Kimball of Dan vers. Ch : {1) Jona- 
than E., b. 1846; d. y.; (2) Martha Ann, b. 1848; d. 1866 ; (3) 

Sarah Jane, b. Nov. 19, 1849 ; m. Apr. 14, 1874, Thomas G. 

Smith; (4) Emma Louise, b. June 3, 1852; m. Feb. 7, 1871, 

Rufus Lamson ; (5) HeniyJ. G., b. Nov. 20, 1855; m. Oct. 27, 

1879, Maria, daughter of George and Abby I. (Stanley) Price. 
Mary Ingalls, d. June, 1807; m. Thomas Kimball, b. Marblehead, Mass., 

May 23, 1719, ; d. Salem, Jan., 1792. See Kimball Genealogy. 
Benjamin Ingalls, one of the proprietors of Mt. Hope lands at Bristol, 

R. I.; m. Apr. 4, 1682, widow Mary Tripp, who d. Feb. 12, 1688. 
Elizabeth Ingalls m. Joseph Little of Newbury. 



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Judith lugalls m. Wood Eaton and had daughter Julia, b. Oct. 28, 1803 ; 

m. Edward Kimball of Bradford, Mass. 
Louisa Ingalls m. Eustace V. Carpenter Jan. i, 1873; he was b. Feb. 21, 

1848, and is a farmer at Attleboro, Mass. 
Laura Ingalls m. Joseph Rowland of Sandwich, Mass., he b. June 29, 

1816. 
Mary A. Ingalls m. Elbridge Marks of Penobscot, Me., Mar. 23, 1851. 
Rebecca Ingalls m. Amos Clark of Newburyport. 
Mary Ingalls m. Ephraim Farnham of Concord, N. H. Ch : {\)Ephraiin, 

b. Sept. 21, 1733; (2) Benjamin, b. Mar. 21, 1739. 
Elizabeth Ingalls m. Joseph V. Butler of New Boston, N. H., moved to 

Pittsfield, 111. 



IPersons 1Flot lIMace&. 

LIVING AT THE PLACES INDICATED IN 1902. 

Bangor, Me., Oliver H. Ingalls. 

E. Machias, Me., Melvin Ingalls, Samuel Ingalls. 

Concord, N. H., George E. Ingalls, Horace L. Ingalls, Josiah S. Ingalls, 

Mrs. Leavitt B. Ingalls, Frank M. Ingalls, Joseph O. Ingalls. 
Manchester, N. H., James Ingalls, Jesse H. Ingalls, Walter R. Ingalls. 
Albany, N. H., G. A. Ingalls. 
Goshen, N. H., Jonathan Ingalls. 
Troy, N. H., Amos Ingalls. 
Wilton, N. H., W. C. Ingalls. 
Hanover, N. H., Asa Ingalls, Charles Ingalls. 
Ludlow, Vt., Lewis J. Ingalls. 

Brattleboro, Vt., Clifford W. Ingalls, Walter W. Ingalls. 
Essex, Vt., Charles Ingalls. 
Swan ton, Vt., Abram Ingalls. 
Bethel, Vt., Alden E. Ingalls. 
Bolton, Vt., Allen Ingalls. 
Stowe, Vt., Franklin H. Ingalls. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt., Edward B. Ingalls. 
Chicopee Falls, Mass., Hiram Ingals. 
Worcester, Mass., Drummond Ingalls, Mason Ingalls. 
Cambridge, Mass., Charles W. Ingalls, Mrs. Dr. Charlotte Ingalls, Henry 

Ingalls, William T. Ingalls, John D. Ingalls, Josiah H. Ingalls, 

Mrs. Joseph C. Ingalls, William H. Ingalls. 
Haverhill, Mass, Arthur C. Ingalls, Arthur F. Ingalls. 
Boston, Mass., Arthur C. Ingalls, John H. O. Ingalls, Joseph T. Ingalls, 

John F. Ingalls, George W. Ingalls, George M. Ingalls, Asa H. 

Ingalls, Frank Ingalls, Clarence Ingalls, D. Calvin Ingalls, 

Bernard H. Ingals, George H. Ingalls. 
Melrose, Mass., George T. Ingalls. 
Revere, Mass., George M. Ingalls. 
Gloucester, Mass., Henry Ingalls, Clarence Ingalls, Stephen J. Ingalls, 

John Ingalls, Joseph Ingalls, Lewis Ingalls. 
Chelsea, Mass., Oliver E. Ingalls, Joseph T. Ingalls. 
Lowell, Mass., Charles L. Ingalls, Frank C. Ingalls, Henry Ingalls, Geo. 

W. Ingalls, William H. Ingalls. 
Beverly, Mass., Edward L. Ingalls, Ernest E. L. Ingalls, Samuel A. 

Ingalls. 
Somerville, Mass., William T. Ingalls, Arthur C. lugalls. 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 255 

Peabody, Mass., Edward E. Ingalls. 

North Adams, Mass., C. I. Ingalls. 

Lynn, Mass., George A. Ingalls, George W. Ingalls, George W. Ingalls, 
Homer P. Ingalls, Oscar K. Ingalls, S. Russell Ingalls, Theo- 
dore L. Ingalls, William C. Ingalls, William H. Ingalls. 

New York City, Hawley Ingalls, Blair F. Ingalls, PMward Ingalls. 

Rochester, N. Y., George D. Ingalls, James Ingalls. 

Syracuse, N. Y., Stanley W. Ingalls, James Ingalls, Frank G. Ingalls, 
Charles H. Ingalls. 

New Rochelle, N. Y., J. S. Ingalls. 

Troy, N. Y., Charles H. Ingalls. 

Weedsport, N. Y., Otis Ingalls, James M. Ingalls, Frank Ingalls. 

Cortland, N. Y., Dr. Cassius Ingalls, Dr. Lloyd S. Ingalls, David H. 
Ingalls, Mason B. Ingalls. 

Johnsonville, N. Y., Jason Ingalls. 

Cleveland, O., Robert Ingalls, Eber A. Ingalls. 

Cincinnati, O., John F. Ingalls, Mrs. Joseph Ingalls, Theo. Ingalls. 

Toledo, O., Frederick I. Ingalls, George R. Ingalls, Minoh W. Ingalls. 

Terre Haute, Ind., John F. Ingalls, Perry C. Ingalls. 

Sheldon, 111., B. M. Ingalls. 

Whitehall, 111., P. L. Ingalls. 

Canton, 111., Charles A. Ingalls. 

Rock Island, 111., John B. Ingalls. 

Chicago, 111., Joseph M. Ingalls, Robert E. Ingalls, Clarence S. Ingalls, 
Clyde Ingalls, Elbert Ingalls, Ernest W. Ingalls, John G. 
Ingalls, Milton Ingalls, Myron Ingalls, Oscar H. Ingalls, 
Roswell A. Ingalls, Charles W. Ingalls. 

Boyne City, Mich., Benjamin F. Ingalls. 

St. John, Mich., Joseph H. Ingalls. 

Bridgman, Mich., J. Ingalls. 

Petoskey, Mich., J. Ingalls, W. N. Ingalls, L. J. Ingalls. 

Plainfield, Mich., Ingalls. 

Detroit, Mich., George H. Ingalls, Mrs. David Ingalls. 

Minneapolis, Minn., Charles H. Ingalls, Clarence F. Ingalls, Frank H. 
Ingalls, George E. Ingalls, Harold F. Ingalls. 

St. Paul, Minn., Charles Ingalls, Charles S. Ingalls, Edward O. Ingalls, 
Frank S. Ingalls, Herbert B. Ingalls, Marshall Ingalls. 

Topeka, Kan., Robert Ingalls. 

Wichita, Kan., E. L. Ingalls. 

Lincoln, Neb., Thomas S. Ingalls, Ralph Ingalls. 

Denver, Col., Edward E. Ingalls, William H. Ingalls. 

Campbell, Cal., Benjamin F. Ingalls. 

Berryessa, Cal., Archibald Ingalls. 

San Jose, Cal., William B. Ingalls, Louis B. Ingalls. 



256 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

llngell family. 

Jonathan Ingell in 1734 received a legacy from James 
Reed of Middleboro, Mass., who mentions a sister Martha 
Ingell " not now a widow." The ancestry of this Jonathan has 
never been traced and many things seem to point to a relation- 
ship with the Ingalls family of Rehoboth. There is a possibility 
that he was a son of John Ingalls/ John,^ Edmund K He lived 
at Taunton, Mass., where his children were born; married, first, 
Bethi A, daughter of William Richmond ; second, 1788, Widow 
Mary Spooner of Middleboro ; third ; died 1776. 

Children, born Taunton : 

Bethia, b. Mar. 10, 1750; d. Jul)' 3, 1H03 ; m. ist, E. Richmond, 2d. 

Ebenezer Williams. 
Hannah, b. July 12, 1753; d. Sept. 29, 1828; m. Capt. Jacob Barney- 
Jonathan, b. Dec. 7, 1754; m. Freelove, daughter of Samuel Andrews. 
Ch : (i) Betsey ; (2) Nancy ; {i) Jonathan, b. Apr. 22, 1781 ; (4) 
Sally, h. K^x. 22, 1781; m. ist, William Crocker, 2d, Charles 
Richmond; {5) Rebecca, b. Feb. 8, 1783; m. Gilbert Everett; 
(6) Benjamin, b. Feb. 19, 1785; m. ist, Sarah B. Tew, 2d, 
Mary Baker of Warren, R. I., 3d, Amy Harris. Ch : (I) WiL- 
1.IAM Henry, b. 1816; d. Taunton, 1880; m. Susan Bartlett. 
Ch : (A) Herbert Francis, b. Dec. 28, 1846; m. Eleanor F. 
Clapp; he res. Taunton. Ch : (a) Homer Preston, b. Oct. 7, 
187 1 ; m. Florence L. Chace, electrician at Lynn; (b) Harriett 
Newell, b. Dec. 7, 1872 ; m. William E. Mathews, res. So. Nor- 
walk. Conn.; (c) Fred Carlton, b. Nov. 16, 1875; d. Aug. 9, 
1880; (d) Blanche Stuart, b. Aug. 16,1877. (B) Susan; (C) 
William Bigelow. 
Sybil, b. Oct. 15, 1759; d. July 6, 1827. 

Abiatha, b. Julv 28, 1763; d. July 26, 1823; m. Prudence Leonard, their 
daughter, (i) Sallie Bradford, b. Oct. 13, 1803; d. Dec. 19, 
1870 ; m. Dr. Benjamin Norris of Bristol, R. I. 
Abigail, b. May 1766; m. Samuel Dunbar. 

Zadock Ingell, born May 9, 1760. He is said to have 
changed his name when enlisting as a soldier of the Revolution. 
( See Revolutionary Roll) ; after the war he settled at Oakham, 
and finally at Chester, Mass., and died there Dec. 21, 1832. He 
married Christiana Bell, who was born Sept. 22, 1762 ; died 
Mar. 18, 1835. He is said to have had a sister who married 
Mussey and moved to Penn. 

Children : 

James, b. June 26, 1783; m. Mar. 16, 1806, Esther Lamb, moved from 
Chester to Canada, had son (i) James and several daughters. 

Zadock, b. Oct. 16, 1784; m. Batavia, N. Y., about 1815, Polly 
Moony. Ch : (i) Nelson, b. Jan. 31, 1806; d. Mantua, O., Jan. 
31, 1875; Ch : (I) William; (II) Nelson; (III) Noble H.; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 257 

(IV) Cheney D., now a lawyer at Ravenna, O.; (V) Almira. 
(2) Christina, b. 1806; d. Feb. 19, 1901 ; m. Dr. Jason Moore of 
Mantua, and leaves a son Cheney Moore now living there ; (3) 
Mary, b. 1815 ; d. Feb. 21, 1901 ; m. ist, 1835, Hiram K. Patter- 
son, m. 2d, 1857, A. N. Herrick. Ch : (I) Emery H.; (II) 
Ellen; (III) E. D. 

Seth, d. n. m. 

Christiana, b. May 18, 1788; d.Feb. 26, 1876; m. Feb., 1810, James Camp- 
bell of No. Voluey; N. Y. Ch : (i) Luci?ida, b. Oct. 25, 1812 ; 
(2) William B., b. May 5, 1814; (3) James, b. Dec. 4, 1816; (4) 
Milton, b. Dec. 31, 1818; (5) Claridon B., b. Aug. 22, 1820; (6) 
Patty, h. Sept. 9, 1822; {j) Alta, b. May, 9, 1824; (8)/ra,b. 
May 12, 1827. 

William, b. Sept. 16, 1792; d. Volney, N. Y.,June 19, 1873; m. 1813, 
Esther Whittemore, b. Mar. 11, 1792 ; d. Aug. 29, 1879. Ch : (i) 
Sarah Sophia, b. Feb. 3, 1814; d. Apr.20, 1844; m. 1832, Hiram Par- 
ker of Litchfield, N. Y. and left three children; (2) William 
Francis, h.^uly 21, 1818; d. Anamosa, la., July i, 1894; m. Min- 
erva, daughter of Patten and Sally (Burr) Parker. He was a farmer 
at Ingalls Crossing, Volney, N. Y. Ch : (I) Florence Adell, 
b. May 24, 1850; m. May 12, 1868, William Henry Garlock, 
proprietor of one of the largest steam laundries in the country 
at Cleveland, O.; (3) Mary Corintha, b. Dec. 29, 1820; d. Noru 
Springs, la., Nov. 2, 1894; m. James Chesbro ; no children; 
(4) Isaac Nervton, b. 1825; d.y.; (5) Egbert N., b. 1827; d. y. 
(6) Edson D., b. 1829; d. y.; (7) Lydia Ann, b. Aug. 29, 1833 ; 
d. Phoenix, N. Y., Sept. i, 1902; m. Egbert N. Carrier of Vol- 
ney, N. Y. Ch: (I) William Harvey, b. July 5, 1858; m. 
Lizzie Avery, res. Phoenix. Ch : (A) Avery Newton, b. 1884. 
(II) Leman James, b. Nov. 27, 1865 ; m. Genette Wandell. Ch : 
(A) Arline, d. y.; (B) Wandell, b. Mar. 2, 1899. 

Eliza, m. Timothy Balon of Llewellyn, Pa., lived Pottsville. 

Cheney, b. Feb., 1797; m. Mar. 29, 1820, Almira Phelps, lived and died 
at Chester, Mass., had five sons and three daughters, (i) 
Thomas Benton, res. Greenfield, Mass.; (2) Electa, m. Joseph 
Howard; (3) m Holcomb. 

NOTE. Sarah Freeborn Ingalls, b. Apr. 17, 1837, m. Benjamin Ingell Hazard, had son 
Schuyler, res. Cincinnati, O. 



258 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

IRew 1bamp6bire IRevolutionar^ IRolL 

Ingals, Amos, private, Capt. Josiah Brown's company, Col. 
Enoch Hale's regiment ; marched to Ticonderoga Mar. 
6, 1777, to re-enforce Continental Army ; traveled 280 
miles ; service 48 days ; psty £'] 14s. 8d. ; also Capt. 
Salmon Stone's company, Colonel Nichols' regiment ; 
marched from Rindge July 21, 1777 ; service 2 mos. 5 
days; pay ^9 15s.; also Capt. \Vm. Burrows' company, 
pay roll, West Point, July, 1780. 

Ingalls, Benjamin, private, Capt. Oliver Capron's company 
Col. Samuel Ashton's regiment ; engaged July 29, 1777, 
for relief of Ticonderoga; sen'ice 13 days; also Capt. 
Samuel Wright's company ; marched from Winchester, 
July 23, 1777; service 2 mos. 2 days. 

Ingals, Benjamin Pearson, Captain Lovejoy's company ; de- 
tached from militia Sept., 1779, for defense of Ports- 
mouth for 2 mos ; discharged Sept. 27, 1779 ; also Captain 
Webster's company ; pay roll, West Point, July 4 to Oct. 
25, 1780. 

Ingals, Caleb, private. Col. Enoch Hale's regiment ; marched 
June 29, 1777, to re-enforce the garrison at Ticonderoga; 
service 14 days ; also Capt. Salmon Stone's company ; 
engaged July 21, 1777 ; ser\'ice 2 mos. 6 days. 

Ingalls, Ebenezer Jaffre}-, private, Capt. Phillip Thomas' 
compan}'. Col. Jas. Reed's regiment, Apr. 23, 1775 ; pay 
roll to Aug. I ; Oct., 1775, acknowledgment of receipt of 
$4.00 in satisfaction for bounty coat ; also Capt. Wm. 
Tarlton's company, expedition against Canada Feb. 15, 
1777 ; also Capt. Salmon Stone's company, engaged July 
21, 1777; service 2 mos. 5 days. 

Ingals, Edmund, Lieutenant, Richmond, Capt. Davis Howlet's 
company, Colonel Ashley's regiment; marched from 
Keene, May, 1777, to re-enforce Continental Army at 
Ticonderoga; service i mo. 18 days; member town 
committee 1778, selectman 1779. 

Ingalls, Henry, Sergeant, Richmond, Capt. Oliver Capron's 
company. Col. Ephraim Doolittle's regiment at Winter 
Hill, Oct. 6, 1775 ; Lieutenant, Capt. Oliver Capron's com- 
pany. Col. Samuel Ashley's regiment ; marched to relief 
of Ticonderoga June 29, 1777 ; service 13 days, roll sworn 
before him a justice of the peace ; also Capt. Samuel 
Wright's company. Col. Moses Nicol's regiment July 18, 
to Sept. 27, 1777. 

Ingals, Israel, corporal in Lieutenant Adams' company. Col- 
onel Nichols' regiment; marched from Dunstable to Dublin; 
company ordered home Jul}" 5, 1777 ; servnce 6 days ; also 
Lieut. Joseph French's company July 6, 1777; service 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 259 

8 daj'S ; roll of absentees belonging to Col. Joseph Cilley's 
ist N. H. regiment, Valley Forge, Jan. lo, 1778, Sergt. 
Israel Ingalls of Sandown, age 17, 5 ft. 9 in., light com- 
plexion, light hair, light eyes, left at Albany on account 
of sickness ; also private, Captain Cross's company ; 
marched to join Continental Army at Rhode Island Aug. 
7, 1778; ser\-ice 23 days; £^'] 4s. due him for deprecia- 
tion of currency. 

Ingals, Jonathan, sergeant in Capt. Josiah Brown's com- 
pany. Col. Enoch Hale's regiment ; marched May 6, 1777, 
to re-enforce Continental Armj- at Ticonderoga ; service 
49 days ; also private in Captain Willoughby's company. 
Col. David Webster's regiment July 5, 1777 ; marched 
toward Ticonderoga, met troops at Cavendish on retreat ; 
service, 12 days; also Capt. Edward Elliott's company, 
Col. David Hobart's regiment, July 21, 1777; service 2 
mos. 7 days. 

Ingals, Joseph, private in Capt. Samuel Wright's company, 
Colonel Nichols' regiment, July 23, 1777 ; service 2 mos. 
2 days. 

Ingalls, Moses, Atkinson, private in Capt. Jesse Page's com- 
pany. Col. Jacob Gale's regiment, Aug. 5, 1778 ; service 
28 days in Rhode Island. 

Ingals, Nathaniel, sergeant in Lieutenant Colonel Heald's 
detachment, Col. Enoch Hale's regiment ; marched June 
29, I777> to re-enforce garrison at Ticonderoga; ser\-ice 
14 days. 

Ingalls, Nathaniel Wilton, private, Capt. Ebenezer Web- 
ster's rangers July 23, 1782 to Nov. 9, 1782 ; raised for 
defense of the western frontiers. 

Ingals, Timothy Chester, raised for service in R. I., July 
7, 1779, received ^30 bounty for 6 mos. serv'ice ; dis- 
charged Dec. 31, 1779. 

Ingalls. Israel, private, Capt. Hezekiah Hutchins' company. 
Col. Jas. Reed's regiment. May 4, 1775 ; pay roll, 3 mos. 
5 days service; receipt for $4.00 for bounty coat Oct., 
1775 ; also Capt. William Burrow's company-. Col. Isaac 
W^-man's regiment raised for Canada July 16, 1776 ; pay 
roll Dec. 7, 1776 to Jan. 7, 1777 ; also sergeant, Sandown, 
Capt. Nathan Brow^n's company. Colonel Eong's regi- 
ment ; Dec. 7, 1777; service 30 days; also signed for 
advance pay Jan. 13, 1777 ; also one to Feb. 7, enlisted in 
7th N. H. regiment for 3 years from July, 1777. 

Ingals, Jonathan, private, Capt. Abijah Smith's company 
pay roll, Sept. 21, 1776. 

Ingalls, Nathaniel, private, Capt. Nathan Hale's company, 
marched from Rindge to Cambridge at the time of the 
Eexington fight Apr. 19, 1775. 



260 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Ingalls, Simeon, private, Capt. Nathan Hale's company, 
marched from Rindge to Cambridge at the time of the 
Lexington fight Apr. 19, 1775 ; also corporal, Capt. Phil- 
lip Thomas' company, Col. James Reed's regiment ; pay 
roll Aug. I, 1775 ; acknowledged receipt of $4.00 for 
bounty coat at Medford, Oct, 4. 1775. 



flDaseacbusette IRevolutlonar^ IRoU. 

[This name also appears under the form of Engalls, Engals, 
Engels, Engols, Engly, langalls, lingals, Ingal, Ingall, Ingals, 
Ingeles, Ingell Ingels, Ingills, Ingle, Inglee, Ingles, Ingley, 
Ingolds, Ingolls, Ingols, Ingulls.] 

Ingalls, Benjamin, Rehoboth, company receipt dated Dor- 
chester, Oct. 9, 1776, for wages from Aug. 12, 1776 to 
Oct. I, 1776, for service in Captain Hodges' company; 
also Capt. Isaac Hodges' company, Col. Ebenezer 
Francis' regiment ; company receipts for wages for Oct. 
and Nov., 1776, dated Dorchester; also private same 
company and regiment ; pay abstract for travel allowance 
home from camp, etc., sworn to Nov. 29, 1776; said 
Ingalls credited with allowance for 2 days (48 miles); 
company drafted from Rehoboth, Attleborough, Norton, 
Mansfield, and Easton; also Capt. Sjdvanus Martin's 
company, Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment ; service 16 
days; company marched from Rehoboth to Bristol, R. I., 
on the alarm of Dec. 8, 1776; also Captain Hill's com- 
pany, Col. John Daggett's regiment ; copy of a list of 
men stationed at Bristol for 3 months from Dec. 28, 1776 ; 
also Capt. Joseph Wilmarth's company. Col. Thomas 
Carpenter's regiment ; marched Aug. i, 1780; discharged 
Aug. 8, 1780; service 9 days, under General Heath; 
company marched from Rehoboth to Tiverton, R. I., on 
the alarm of Aug. i, 1780. 

Ingalls, Benjamin, copy of a list dated Boston Harbor, on 
board the brig "Reprisal," F'eb. 10, 1778, of men belong- 
ing to the crew of the brig "Reprisal," commanded by 
Capt. James Brown, taken by a British frigate Feb. 19 
[?], 1778. 

Ingalls, Daniel, lyynn, private, Capt. William Farrington's 
(2d L,ynn) company of militia, which marched on the 
alarm of April 19, 1775, towards Concord; service 2 
days ; also list of men belonging to Eynn, now called 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 261 

Ivynn, Lynnfield, and Saugus, who sensed at Concord 
battle and elsewhere [year not given.] 

Ingalls, David, Jr., Andover, private, Capt. Nathaniel lyove- 
joy's (Andover) company, commanded by Lieut. John 
Adams, Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment, which marched 
on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge, via Bil- 
lerica ; service 3^^ days. 

Ingalls Ebenezar, descriptive list of men raised to re-enforce 
the Continental Army for the term of 6 months, agreeable 
to resolve of June 5, 1780, returned as received of Justin 
Ely, Commissioner, by Maj. Peter Harwood of 6th Mass. 
Regt., at Springfield, July 2, 1780; age 19 years ; stature, 
5 ft. 6 in.; complexion, light; engaged for town of 
Andover; marched to camp July 2, 1780, under com- 
mand of Capt. Phineas Parker ; also pay roll for 6 mos. 
men raised by the town of Andover for service in the 
Continental Army during 1780 ; marched June 26, 1780 ; 
discharged Dec. 11, 1780; service 5 mos. 26 days, 
including travel (220 miles) home. 

Ingalls, Edmund, Andover, private, Capt. Nathaniel Eove- 
joy's (Andover) company commanded by Lieut. John 
Adams, Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment, which marched 
on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Cambridge, via Bille- 
rica ; service 3^ days ; also Capt. John Bodwell's com- 
pany, Col. Jacob Garrish's (Gerrish's) regiment of guards, 
service between April 2, 1778 and July 2, 1778, 2 mos. 
13 days, at Cambridge ; also ser\nce between April 2, 1778 
and July 2, 1778, 2 mos. 13 days, at Cambridge ; also 
ser\dce between April 2, 1778 and July 2, 1778, 2 mos. 13 
days, at Cambridge ; also same company and regiment, 
service from July 2 to July 12, 1778, 10 days at 
Cambridge. 

Ingalls, Edmund, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Samuel Bliss' 
company, Col. Timothy Walker's (22d) regiment ; muster 
roll dated Aug. i, 1775; enlisted May 8, 1775; ser\nce 
3 mos. I day; also company return dated Oct. 6, 1775; 
also order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money 
dated camp at Roxbury Oct. 26, 1775. 

Ingalls, Eleazer Collins, Lynn, private, Capt. William Far- 
rington's (2d Lynn) company of militia, which marched 
on the alarm of April 19, 1775, toward Concord, :ervice 
2 days. 

Ingalls, Ephraim, Salem, private, Colonel Putnam's (5th) 
regiment ; Continental Army pay accounts for service 
from Jan. 31. 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779; residence, Salem; 
credited to town of Salem ; also Capt. John WiUiams' 
company, Col. Rufus Putnam's (4th) regiment ; return 
dated Albany, Feb. 9, 1778 ; mustered by John Cushing, 



262 INGALIvS GENEALOGY. 

Esq. ; also same company and regiment pay accounts for 
service from Jan. i, 1780 to Jan. 31, 1780; enlistment 
during war. 

Ingalls, Fletcher, private, Capt. John Abbott's company, 
Col. Nathaniel Wade's regiment; enlisted July 10, 1780; 
discharged Oct. 10, 1780; service 3 mos. 11 days at West 
Point, including travel (220 miles) home; company 
raised for three months. 

Ingalls, Henry, Andover, private, ist Lieut. Peter Pew's 
company, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, 
to Cambridge ; service 3^ days. 

Ingalls, Henry, Richmond, Capt. Oliver Capron's company, 
Col. Ephraim Doolittle's (24th) regiment ; receipt for 
advance pay, signed by said Ingalls and others, dated 
camp at Cambridge, June 24, 1775; also sergeant same 
company and regiment ; muster roll dated Aug. i, 1775 ; 
enlisted May 5, 1775 ; service 3 mos. 4 days; also com- 
pany return (probably Oct., 1775) ; also order for bounty 
coat or its equivalent in money dated Richmond, Nov. 26, 

1775- 

Ingalls, Hezekiah, private, Capt. Stephen Bullock's com- 
pany. Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment ; service Dec. 14, 
1776, 6 days ; company marched from Rehoboth to Bristol, 
R. I. on the alarm Dec. 8, 1776. 

Ingalls, Ingalls, private, Capt. John Davis' company, Col. 
James Frye's regiment ; return of men in camp at Cam- 
bridge, dated May 17, 1775. 

Ingalls, Isaac, Andover, private, Capt. John Joshua Holt's 
(4th Andover) company, w^hich marched on the alarm of 
April 19, 1775 to Cambridge ; service i^ days. 

Ingalls, Isaiah, private, Capt. Thomas Pew's company, Col. 
James Frye's regiment ; return of men in camp at Cam- 
bridge, dated May 17, 1775. 

Ingalls, Jacob, Lynn, private, Capt. William Farrington's 
(2d Lynn) company of militia, which marched on the 
alarm of April 19, 1775, toward Concord ; servdce 2 days ; 
also list of men belonging to Lynn, who served at 
Concord and elsewhere. 

Ingalls, Jacob, Rehoboth, descriptive list of men raised to 
re-enforce the Continental Army for the term of six 
months, agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780; returned 
as received of Justin Ely, commissioner, by Brig. Gen. 
John Glover at Springfield, July 11, 1780, age 16 years ; 
stature 5 ft. 3 in.; complexion, ruddy ; engaged for town 
of Rehoboth; arrived at Springfield, July 10, 1780; 
marched to camp July 11, under command of Ensign 
Bancroft ; also private, Capt. William North's (ist) com- 
pany, Col. Henry Jackson's (i6th) regiment; pay roll 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. '263 

for June and July, 1780; service from July 24, 17S0, 8 
days ; also pay roll for 6 month's sennce and returned by 
Brig. Gen. Patterson as having passed muster in a return 
dated camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780; also pay roll for 
6 months' men raised by the town of Rehoboth for service 
in the Continental Army during 1780 ; marched to West 
Point, July 7, 1780; discharged Dec. 9, 1780; 5 mos. 
12 days, including 10 days' (200 miles) travel home ; also 
private, Capt. Simeon Cole's company, Colonel Dean's 
regiment; service from Mar. 6, 1781, 10 days; company 
raised to serve on a forty days' expedition to Rhode 
Island, but discharged Mar. 15, 1781, by order of Maj. 
Gen. Lincoln. 

Ingalls, Jacob, Jr., Lynn, sergeant, Capt. William Farring- 
ton's (2d L5'nn) company of militia, which marched on 
the alarm of April 19, 1775, toward Concord; service 2 
days. 

Ingalls, James, private. Capt. John Davis' company of minute 
men, Colonel Frye's regiment, which marched on the 
alarm of April 19, 1775 ; ser\'ice 7 days ; reported enlisted 
Feb. 14, 1775 ; also list of men returned as serving on 
main guard at Cambridge under Major Baldwin, dated 
May 15, 1775 ; also Capt. John Davis' company. Col. 
James Frye's regiment ; receipt for advance paj-, signed 
by said Ingalls and others dated Cambridge, June 8, 
1775; also private, same company and regiment; com- 
pany return dated Cambridge, Oct. 5, 1775; enlisted 
May 14, 1775 ; reported died July 8, 1775. 

Ingalls, James, private, Lieut. Col. Japez Hatch's (Boston) 
regiment ; service with detachment commanded b y 
Maj. Andrew Symnies, drafted to serve for five weeks in 
guarding stores at and about Boston under Major-General 
Heath, agreeable to order of the Council May 12, 1777. 

Ingalls, John, matross, Capt. Edward Fettyplace's (Marble- 
head) companj^ enlisted June i, 1776; servdce to Jan. i, 
1777 ; 7 mos. in defence of sea coast. 

Ingalls, Jonathan, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Stephen Bullock's 
company. Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment ; ser\'ice to 
Dec. 17, 1776, 9 daj's ; company marched from Rehoboth 
to Bristol, R. I., on alarm of Dec. 8, 1776; also Capt. 
Nathaniel Carpenter's company. Col. Josiah Whitney's 
regiment ; servnce from May 13, 1777 to July 5, 1777 ; i 
month 25 days, including travel (3 days) on march home 
from Point Judith in So. Kingston to Rehoboth. 

Ingalls, Jonathan, private, Capt. James Mallon's company, 
Lieut. Col. Putnam's regiment; enlisted Aug. 18. 1781 ; 
discharged Dec. 4, 1781 ; service 3 mos. 28 days, includ- 
ing 12 days (240 miles) travel home ; regiment raised in 



264 INGALLS GENEAl^OGY. 

Essex and Plymouth counties to reinforce Continental 
Army for three months. 

Ingalls, Joseph, Danvers, drummer, Capt. Gideon Foster's 
company. Col. John Mansfield's regiment ; muster roll 
dated Aug. i, 1775; enlisted May 10, 1775; service 2 
mos. 26 days. 

Ingalls, Joseph, Dunstable, list of 6 months' men raised 
agreeable to resolve of June 5, 1780; returned as 
received of Maj. Joseph Hosmer. Superintendent for 
Middlesex Co., by Justin Ely, commissioner ; also de- 
scriptive list of men raised to re-enforce the Continental 
Army for the term of six months, agreeable to resolve 
of June 5, 1780; returned as received of Justin Ely, 
commissioner, by Brig. Gen. John Glover at Springfield, 
July 7, 1780; age 36 years; stature, 5 ft. 8in.; com- 
plexion, light ; engaged for town of Dunstable ; marched 
to camp July 7, 1780 under command of Captain Dix ; 
also list of men raised for the 6 months' service and re- 
turned by Brigadier General Paterson as having passed 
muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780. 

Ingalls, Joseph, Lynn, private. Capt. William Farrington's 
(2d Lynn) company of militia, which marched on the 
alarm of April 19, 1775 toward Concord ; service 2 days. 

Ingalls, Joseph, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Samuel Bliss' com- 
pany of minute-men, which marched on the alarm of April 
19. 1775 ; service to April 27, 1775, 8 days ; also Capt. Sam- 
uel Bliss' company. Col. Timothy Walker's (22d) regi- 
ment; muster roll dated Aug. i, 1775 ; enlisted April 28, 
1775 ; service 3 mos. 11 days ; also company return dated 
Oct. 6, 1775 ; also order for bounty coat or its equivalent 
in money dated camp at Roxbury Oct. 26, 1775 ; also Capt. 
Jonathan Drown's company ; copy of a list of men re- 
turned as having engaged for the year's service in 1776, 
Oct., 1775; and endorsed "66/2 mo men men;" also 
private, Capt. James Perry's company, i6th regiment ; 
enlisted Jan. i, 1776 ; roll endorsed " 3 mo from i Jany 
to 6 Apl '76 ; " also descriptive list of men mustered for 
Continental service subsequent to Sept. 16 (year not 
given) by James Leonard, muster master for Bristol 
county ; Capt. Jonathan Drown's company. Colonel 
Lea's (Lee's) regiment; age 33 yrs.; stature 5 ft. 8 in.; 
engaged for town of Rehoboth ; also private, Capt. Wil- 
liam North's (ist) company. Col. Henry Jackson's (i6th) 
regiment ; Continental Army pay accounts for service 
from May 5, 1780 to Dec. 31, 1780; also return certified 
at camp near Morristown, April 30, 1780 of officers and 
men belonging to Colonel Lee's, Colonel Henley's and 
Colonel Jackson's regiments, and men belonging to 



POSTERITY OF KDMUND INGAIyLS, OF LYNN. 265 

Massachusetts in Col. Henry Sherburne's regiment, who 
were incorporated into a regiment under the command 
of Col. Henry Jackson, agreeable to the arrangement of 
April 9, 1779; Captain North's company ; rank, private ; 
residence, Rehoboth ; engaged for town of Rehoboth ; 
engaged Dec. 24, 1777; term 3 years; reported deserted 
Nov. 8, 1779; returned or retaken Mays, 1780; family 
of said Ingalls reported as at Rehoboth. 

Ingai^ls, Moses, Andover, sergeant. Captain Turner's com- 
pany. Col. Henry Jackson's (i6th) regiment; Continen- 
tal Army pay accounts for service from Jan. i, 1780 to 
Sept. 8, 1780; also return certified at camp near Morris- 
town April 30, 1780, of officers and men belonging to 
Colonel Lee's, Colonel Henley's and Colonel Jackson's 
regiments ; and men belonging to Massachusetts in Col. 
Henry Sherburne's regiment, who were incorporated 
into a regiment under the command of Col. Henry Jack- 
son, agreeable to the arrangement of April 9, 1799 ; Cap- 
tain North's company; rank, private; residence, 
Andover; engaged for town of Andover; engaged Sept. 
8, 1777; term 3 years ; reported promoted to sergeant 
May I, 1778 ; also sergeant, Capt. William North's 
(ist) company. Col. Henrj^ Jackson's regiment ; payrolls 
for April and May, 1780; also Capt. Thomas Turner's 
(5th) company. Colonel Jackson's regiment ; pay roll for 
June and July, 1780; reported transferred from ist 
company June 14, 1780. 

Ingalls, Moses, Billerica, private, Capt. Samuel Tay's com- 
pany, Ivieutenant - Colonel Webb's regiment; enlisted 
Aug. 18, 1781 ; discharged Nov. 29, 1781 ; service 3 mos. 
22 days, including 11 days (218 miles) travel home; regi- 
ment raised in Suffolk and Middlesex counties to re-enforce 
the Continental Army for 3 mos.; roll dated Woburn. 

Ingalls, Nathaniel, Lynn, private, Capt. William Farring- 
ton's (2d Lynn) company of militia, which marched on 
the alarm of April 19, 1775, toward Concord ; service 2 
days. 

Ingalls, Nathaniel, Andover, private, Capt. Nathaniel 
Lovejoy's (Andover) company, commanded by Lieut. 
John Adams, Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment, which 
marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 to Cambridge, 
via Billerica, service 3^ days. 

Ingalls, Nathaniel, Capt. Ebenezer Bancroft's company. 
Col. Ebenezer Bridge's (27th) regiment; order for bounty 
coat or its equivalent in money dated Nov. 4, 1775 ; also 
Captain Wiley's company, Col. Michael Jackson's (8th) 
regiment ; entered service July 28, 1779 ; discharged 
April 28, 1779 ; term 9 months. 



266 INGAI.LS GENEALOGY. 

Ingalls, Phineas, Capt Thomas Pew's company, Col. James 
Frye's regiment ; return of men in camp at Cambridge 
May 17, 1775. 

Ingalls, Phineas, private, Captain Parker's company, Col. 
Jeduthan Baldwin's regiment of artificers; Continental 
Army pay accounts for service from Mar. 10, 1777 to 
Dec. 31, 1775 ; term during war. 

IngaIvLS, Samuel, private, Capt. Sylvanus Martin's company, 
Colonel William's regiment; service from Sept. 29, 1777, 
to date of discharge Oct. 16, 1777, at Tiverton, R. I. 
Roll dated Rehoboth. 

Ingalls, Simeon, private, Capt. John Abbot's company. 
Colonel Nathaniel Wade's regiment ; enlisted July 10, 
1780; discharged Oct. 10, 1780; ser\'ice 3 mos. 11 days, 
at West Point, including travel (220 miles) home ; com- 
pany raised for 3 mos ; also filer, Capt. James Mallon's 
company, Lieutenant-Colonel Putnam's regiment ; en- 
listed Aug. 18, 1781 ; discharged Dec. 4, 1781 ; service 
3 mos. 28 days, including 12 days (240 miles) travel 
home ; regiment raised in Essex and Plymouth counties 
to re-enforce Continental Army for 3 mos. 

Ingalls, Solomon, sergeant, Capt. James Mallon's company, 
Lieut-Colonel Putnam's regiment ; engaged Aug. 18, 1781, 
discharged Dec. 4, 1781 ; service 3 mos. 28 days, includ- 
ing 12 days (240 miles) travel home; regiment raised in 
Essex, and Plymouth counties to re-enforce Continental 
Army for 3 mos. 

Ingalls, Stephen, private, Capt. Stephen Bullock's com- 
pany. Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment ; service to 
Dec. 15, 1776, 7 days; company marched from Rehoboth 
to Bristol, R. I., on the alarm of Dec. 8, 1776. 

Ingalls, William, private, Capt. William Hooper's company ; 
service from June i, 1776 to date of discharge Nov. 15, 
1776, 5 mos. 15 days ; roll dated Marblehead. 

Ingals, Abijah, Andover, private, Capt. Henry Abbot's com- 
pany, which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; 
service i^ days ; also Capt. Samuel Johnson's company. 
Colonel Wiggles worth's regiment ; pay abstract for travel 
allowance from Albany, home, sworn to Mar. 7, 1777; 
reported deceased. 

Ingals, Daniel, private; Capt. John Adams' company. Col. 
Samuel Johnson's regiment, commanded by Major Gage ; 
enlisted Sept. 29, 1777 ; discharged Nov. 6, 1777 ; service 
I mo. 9 days ; company marched to re-enforce Northern 
Army. 

Ingals, Ebenezer, (also given Ebenezer, Jr.,) private, Capt. 
John Adam's company, Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment, 
commanded by Major Gage; enlisted Sept. 29, 1777; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 267 

discharged Nov. 6, 1777 ; service i mo. 9 days ; company 
marched to re-enforce Northern Army ; also receipt dated 
May 20, 1778, for bounty paid said Ingals by Nathaniel 
lyOvejoy to serve in the Continental Army to the credit of 
the 3d Company in Audover ; also private, Capt. David 
Whittier's company, commanded by Lieut. Jeremiah 
Blanchard subsequent to Oct. 12, 1778, Col. Thomas 
Poor's regiment ; enlisted June 5, 1778 ; discharged Feb. 
17, 1779 ; service 8 mos. 25 days at North River, includ- 
ing 1 2 days (240 miles) travel home ; company raised for 
8 mos. from time of their arrival at Peekskill ; also Capt. 
David Whittier's company. Colonel Poor's regiment ; 
payroll for Sept., 1778 dated Fort Clinton; also Lieut. 
Jeremiah Blanchard's company, Colonel Poor's regiment ; 
pay rolls for November and December, 1778, and Feb., 
1779, dated King's Ferr}-. 

Ingals, Ellis, petition dated Boston, July 28, 1779, signed by 
Peter Joup Lion, of the island of Guadaloupe, owner of 
the schooner, "Flora," (privateer), bound on voj^age 
from Boston to Guadaloupe, asking that said Ellis be 
commissioned as commander of said vessel ; ordered in 
council Jul}' 28, 1779, that a commissioned be issued. 

Ingals, Francis, Andover, private, Capt. Samuel Johnson's 
company. Col. Titcomb's regiment ; arrived at place of 
rendezvous April 27, 1777 ; discharged June 27, 1777 ; 
service 2 mos. 9 days, including travel (157 miles) to 
place of rendezvous and from place of discharge home ; 
enlistment 2 months from time of arrival at Providence, 
R. I.; roll dated Bristol. 

Ingals, Francis, Jr., private, Capt. John Adam's company, 
Col. Samuel Johnson's regiment, commanded by Major 
Gage; enlisted Sept. 29, 1777, discharged Nov. 6, 1777; 
ser%nce i mo. 9 days, company marched to re -enforce 
Northern Army. 

Ingals, Henry, Jr., receipt dated Andover, May 22, 1778, for 
bounty paid said Ingols by Nathaniel Lovejoy to serve 
in the Continental Army for the term of 9 months, or to 
procure a man to perform said service. 

Ingals, Hezekiah, corporal, Capt, James Hill's company, 
Col. John Daggett's regiment ; copy of a list of men who 
served at Bristol for 3 months from Dec. 28, 1776. 

Ingalls, Isaac, Andover, drummer, Capt. Samuel Johnson's 
company, Colonel Wigglesworth's regiment, pay abstract 
for travel allowance from Albany home, sworn to Mar. 7, 
1777 ; 210 miles travel allowed said Ingols ; also private, 
Capt. Samuel Johnson's company. Colonel Johnson's 
regiment; enlisted Aug. 14, 1777, discharged Nov. 30, 
1777 ; service 3 mos. 17 days, Northern Army. 



268 INGALLS GENEAIvOGY. 

Ingals, Isaiah, Andover, private, Capt. Thomas Poor's com- 
pany of minute-men, Col. James Frye's regiment, which 
marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service to April 
25, 1775. 7 days; reported enlisted Jan. 31, 1775; also 
Capt. Benjamin Farnum's company, Col. James Frye's 
regiment, company return dated Cambridge, Oct. 6, 1775. 

Ingols, James, descriptive list of men raised in Middlesex 
county, agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1*780, as returned 
by Joseph Hosmer, superintendent for said county ; age 
30 yrs.; stature, 5 ft. 8^ in.; complexion, brown; hair, 
dark ; eyes, gray ; occupation, farmer ; engaged for town 
of Bedford ; engaged Feb. 28, 1781 ; term, 3 yrs. 

Ingals, John, Haverhill, (probabl)-), private, Capt. Timothy 
Eaton's company of militia. Colonel Johnson's regiment, 
which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service 5 
days. 

Ingals, John, Capt. Edward Fettyplace's company of coast 
guards ; memorandum of beef delivered ; date of delivery 
Feb. 18, 1777. 

Ingals, John, Jr., private, Capt. John Adams' company. Col. 
Samuel Johnson's regiment, commanded by Major Gage ; 
enlisted Sept. 29, 1777 ; discharged Nov^ 6, 1777 ; sen'ice 
I mo. 9 days ; company marched to re-enforce Northern 
Army. 

Ingals, Jonathan, private, Capt, James Hills' company, 
Colonel Williams' regiment; senace from Sept. 29, 1777 
to Oct. 30, 1777 at Tiverton, R. I.; roll sworn to at Re- 
hoboth ; also Capt. Israel Hick's company. Col. John 
Daggett's regiment ; marched to camp Jan. 2, 1778; dis- 
charged Mar. 31, 1778 ; service 3 mos. at Rhode Island; 
roll sworn to at Rehoboth. 

Ingalls, Joseph, Dunstable, company receipt dated Chelmsford, 
April 19, 1776; for wages for service from Feb. 5, 1776 
to April I, 1776, in Capt. John Ford's company. Colonel 
Roberson's (Robinson's) regiment ; also private, Capt. 
Zaccheus Wright's company. Colonel Brook's regiment ; 
company return dated Camp at White Plains, Oct. 31, 
1776; also Capt. John Ford's company of volunteers, 
Col. Jonathan Reed's regiment; enlisted Sept, 27, 1777 ; 
discharged Nov. 8, 1777 ; service 43 (also given 40) days ; 
company probably raised in Dracut, Chelmsford and 
Dunstable, and marched to re-enforce Northern Army, 
Sept. 30, 1777 ; also pay roll for 6 months' men raised by 
the town of Dunstable for senace in the Continental 
Army during 1780; marched July 5, 1780; discharged 
Dec. 5, 1780; ser\'ice 5 mos. 11 days, including travel 
(220 miles) home. 

Ingals, Joseph, Capt. Gideon Foster's company. Colonel 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 269 

Colonel Mansfield's regiment ; receipt for adv^ance pay, 
signed by said Ingals and others, dated Cambridge, 
July 4, 1775. 
Ingals, Moses, Andover, return of men raised to serve in the 
Continental Army from ist Andover company, as returned 
by Capt. Samuel Johnson, sworn to Feb. 17, 1778 ; resi- 
dence, Andover ; engaged for town of Andover ; joined 
Captain Fox's company. Colonel Henley's regiment ; 
term to expire Jan. i, 1780. 
Ingals, Nathan, Andover, Corporal, Capt. Samuel Johnson's 
company. Colonel Wigglesworth's regiment, pay abstract 
for travel allowance from Albany home, sworn to Mar. 
7, 1777 ; 210 miles travel allowed said Ingals ; also Capt. 
Samuel Johnson's company, Colonel Titcomb's regiment ; 
arrived at place of rendezvous April 27, 1777 ; discharged 
June 27, 1777 ; service 2 mos. 10 days, including travel, 
(157 miles) to place of rendezvous and from place of dis- 
charge home ; enlistment 2 mos from time of arrival at 
Providence, R. I.; roll sworn at Bristol. 
Ingals, Nathaniel, Dunstable, private, Capt. Ebenezer Ban- 
croft's compan}^ Col. Ebenezer Bridge's regiment ; mus- 
ter roll dated Aug. i, 1775; enlisted May 4, 1775; 
service 3 mos. 5 days ; also company return dated Camp 
at White Plains, Oct. 31, 1776; also Capt. Stephen Rus- 
sell's company, Col. Samuel Bullard's regiment. General 
Warner's brigade; enlisted Aug. 15, 1777; discharged 
Nov. 30, 1777 ; ser\dce 3 mos. 28 da3'S in Northern de- 
partment, including 12 days (240 miles) travel home; 
company raised for 3 months ; roll dated Dracut ; also 
Capt. Joseph Bradley Varnum's company. Colonel Mc- 
Intush's (Mcintosh's) regiment). General Lovell's brig- 
ade ; enlisted July 30, 1778; discharged Sept. 11, 
1778 ; ser\'ice i mo. 17 days, on expedition to Rhode 
Island, including 5 days (100 miles) travel home ; roll 
dated Dracut ; also descriptive list of men raised agree- 
able to resolve of June 9, 1779, as returned by Brig. -Gen. 
Eleazer Brooks to Major Hosmer, dated Lincoln, July 
21, 1779 ; Capt. Butterfield's company. 7th Middlesex 
Co. regiment; age, 24 yrs.; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; 
complexion, dark ; residence, Dunstable ; engaged for 
town of Dunstable ; reported delivered to Ensign T. 
Clark ; also list of men raised in Middlesex Co. to ser\'e 
in Continental Army, agreeable to resolve of June 9, 
1779, as returned by Joseph Hosmer, superintendent, 
dated Nov. 24, 1779- 
Ingals, Phineas, Andover, private, Capt. Thomas Poor's 
company of minute-men. Col. James Frs^e's regiment, 
which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; servace to 



270 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

April 25, 1775, 7 days ; reported enlisted Jan. 31, 1775; 
also Capt. Benjamin Farnum's company, Col. James 
Frye's regiment ; receipt for advance pay signed by said 
Ingals and others dated June 26, 1775 ; also private, same 
company and regiment ; company return dated Cam- 
bridge, Oct. 6, 1775 ; also order for bounty coat or equiv- 
alent in money dated Cambridge, Nov. 13, 1775 ; also 
private, Capt. Samuel Johnson's company. Colonel 
Wigglesworth's regiment ; pay abstract for travel allow- 
ance from Albany home, sworn to Mar. 7, 1777; 20 
miles travel allowed said Ingals. 

Ingals, Phineas, private. Captain Parker's company, Colonel 
Baldwin's regiment ; Continental Army pay accounts for 
ser\dce from Jan. i, 1780 to Mar. 10, 1780 ; also corps of 
artillery and artificers stationed at Springfield ; statement 
of Continental balances; balance certified Oct. 5, 1782; 
term 3 years. 

Ingalls, Samuel, Stoneham, list of men raised to serve in 
Continental Army (year not given) ; residence, Stoneham, 
engaged for town of Stoneham. 

Ingals, Solomon, Andover, sergeant, Capt. Samuel Johnson's 
company. Colonel Wigglesworth's regiment ; pay abstract 
for travel allowance from Albany home, sworn to Mar. 7, 
1777; 210 miles travel allowed said Ingals ; also sergeant 
major, Capt. John Adam's company. Col. Samuel John- 
son's regiment, commanded by Major Gage, enlisted 
Sept. 29, 1777; discharged Nov. 6, 1777; service i mo. 
9 days ; company marched to re-enforce Northern Army. 

Ingals, Stephen, Andover, private, Capt. James Mallon's 
company; enlisted Oct. 3, 1779; discharged Nov. 10, 
1779 ; service i mo. 10 days, under Major General Han- 
cock at Castle Island ; company raised in Essex Co. 

Ingals, Stephen, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Jonathan Dan- 
forth's company. Col. David Brewer's (9th) regiment ; 
muster roll dated Aug. i, 1775; enlisted May 7, 1775; 
service 3 mos. 2 days ; also company return dated Oct. 7, 
1775 ; also Capt. Jonathan Danforth's company. Col. 
Rufus Putnam's (late Brewer's) regiment ; order for 
bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Roxbury, 
Nov. 14, 1775. 

Ingals, William, private, Capt. John Davis' Company, Col. 
Jonathan Cogswell's regiment; enlistsd Sept. 25, 1778; 
discharged Dec. 31, 1778; service 3 mos. 9 days; com- 
pany detached to guard and fortify posts at and about 
Boston ; roll sworn to at Boston, 

Ingeles, Moses, sergeant, Capt. Joseph Fox's company. Col. 
Henry Jackson's regiment ; Continental Army pay ac- 
counts for service from Sept. 8, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779; 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 271 

credited to town of Andover ; also Captain Fox's com- 
pany, Colonel Henley's regiment ; payroll for Nov., 1778 ; 
also Captain Fox's company, Colonel Jackson's regiment ; 
muster roll for April, 1779 dated, Pawtuxet ; enlisted Sept. 
8, 1777; enlistment 3 years; reported on command at 
Newton; also Captain Fox's (7tli) company. Colonel 
Jackson's regiment ; return dated Camp at Providence 
July 8, 1779; also same company and regiment; muster 
roll for Oct., 1779 dated Camp Providence ; also same 
company and regiment ; regimental return made up to 
Dec. 31, 1779 dated Camp Providence. 

Ingell, Abiatha, private, Capt. Rufus Barney's company. 
Colonel Carpenter's regiment ; servdce 4 days, on an alarm ; 
company detached to march to Tiverton, R. I., July 28, 
1780 to serve 6 days. 

IngelIv, James, Taunton, order dated Camp at Hull July 16, 
1776, signed by said Ingell and others, for advance pay 
for I month, travel allowance, etc.; payable to Capt. 
Matthew Randell ; Captain Randell's order on Daniel Jef- 
fries, paymaster general, dated Castle Island, July 19, 
1776, payable to the quarter-master of Colonel Marshall's 
regiment, appears on reverse of company order ; also 
private, Capt. Matthew Randell's company, Col. Thomas 
Marshall's regiment; enlisted June 27, 1776; servdce to 
Aug. I, 1776, I month, 4 da^-s ; also list of men who went 
with Captain Dean in Dec, 1776 to serve 3 mos.; reported 
hired. 

Ingell, John, private, Capt. Nathaniel Snow's company. Col. 
George Williams' (Bristol Co.) regiment; enlisted June 

22, 1778; service 23 days; company marched from 
Taunton and Raynham, June 22, 1778 and served in 
Colonel Wade's regiment, under General Sullivan ; at 
Providence, R. I., roll dated Raynham and sworn to at 
Taunton. 

Ingell, Zadock, private, Taunton, Capt. Joshua Wilbore's 
compan}'. Col. John Hathaway's regiment; ser\-ice 23 
days at Rhode Island ; company drafted from Taunton, 
Raynham and Easton, in April, 1777 ; also Capt. Joshua 
Wilbore's company. Col. Josiah Whitney's regiment ; ser- 
vice I month, 23 days ; company marched from Taunton 
to Providence ; roll made up for bounty, agreeable 
to resolve of April, 1777 and sworn to at Taunton, Sept. 

23, 1777 ; also list of men who went with Capt. Edward 
Blake Sept. 28, 1777 to serve for i month on a secret 
expedition ; reported hired by Elijah Knap ; also private, 
Capt. Edward Blake's company; service 16 days at 
Rhode Island; reported enlisted Oct. 15, 1777; company 
marched from Taunton Sept. 29, 1777, under command 



272 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

of Col. George Williams' on a secret expedition and was 
discharged Oct. 29, 1777 by General Spencer; also 
private Capt. Ebenezer Dean's company, Col. Thomas 
Carpenter's regiment ; ser\ace i mo. 4 days ; company 
marched from Taunton to Rehoboth thence to Bristol, 
thence to Providence and thence home ; roll dated Nov. 
5' 1777; ^Iso private, Capt. Ichabod Wade's (light in- 
fantry) company. Col. George William's regiment ; ser- 
vice 16 days ; company stationed at Tiverton, Oct. 7, 
1777 ; roll sworn to at Rehoboth. 

Ingklls, Joseph, private, Capt. William North's (5th) com- 
pany. Colonel Henr}^ Jackson's (i6th) regiment; Conti- 
nental Arm)^ pay accounts for service from Dec. 23, 1777 
to Dec. 31, 1779 credited to town of Rehoboth; also 
muster roll for April, 1779 dated Pawtuxet ; also return 
dated Camp Providence, Jul}- 13, 1779; enlisted Dec. 23, 
1777, enlistment 3 years; also pay roll for July, 1779, 
dated Camp Providence ; also regimental return made up 
to Dec. 31, 1779 dated Camp at Providence. 

Ingills, John, Taunton, private, Capt Josiah King's com- 
pany ; servnce 32 days at Rhode Island ; company 
marched from Taunton, Sept. 29, 1777 under command 
of Colonel Williams on a secret expedition and was 
discharged Oct. 29, 1777. 

Ingils, Stephen, Andover, private, Capt. James Mallon's 
company; enlisted Oct. 3, 1779; discharged Nov. 10, 
1777; ser\'ice i month, 10 days under Major General 
Hancock at Castle Island ; company raised in Essex Co. 

Ingle, Ebenezer, descriptive list of men raised to re-enforce the 
Continental Army for the term of 6 mos., agreeable to 
resolve of June 5, 1780; returned as received of Justin 
Ely, commissioner, by Brig. Gen. John Glover at Spring- 
field July II, 1780; age, 16 years; stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; 
complexion, light ; engaged for town of Halifax ; arrived 
at Springfield, July 10, 1779; marched to camp July 11, 
1780 under command of Ensign Bancroft. 

Ingle, Jonathan, Taunton, private, Capt. Robert Crossmans' 
company of minute-men. Col. Nathaniel L,eonard's regi- 
ment, which marched April 20, 1775 in response to the 
alarm of April 19, to Roxbury ; discharged April 25, 
1775 ; service 8 daj^s. 

Ingle, Solomon, private, Capt. Amasa Soper's company. Col. 
Thomas Marshall's regiment; ser\dce from Nov. 2, 1776 
to Dec. I, 1776, I month, 2 da^^s ; roll sworn to in Suf- 
folk Co.; also Lieut. Judah Wood's company, in a regi- 
ment commanded by Lieut. Col. Thomas Lathrop ; 
service 15 da3^s, including 4 days (80 miles) travel out 



POvSTERlTY OF IvDMUND INGAIJwS, OF I.YNN. "^73 

and home ; company marched from Halifax to Bristol, R. 
I., Dec. 9, 1776 on an alarm. 

Ingle, Zadoc, Taunton, corporal, Capt. Jacob Haskin's com- 
pany, Col. John Jacob's regiment ; enlisted June 13,7778 ; 
service 6 mos. 20 days at Rhode Island ; enlistment to 
expire Jan. i, 1778 ; roll dated Tiverton. 

Ingi.KE, Ebenezkr, pay roll for 6 mos.' men raised by the town 
of Halifax for service in the Continental Army during 
1780; marched July 5, 1780; discharged Jan. 2, 1771 ; 
service 6 mos. 9 days, including travel (240 miles) home. 

Ingi.e, MosEvS, private, Capt. William White's company. Col. 
Enoch Putnam's regiment ; enlisted Sept. 4, 1781 ; dis- 
charged Dec. 8, 1781 ; service 3 mos. 14 days at West 
Point, including 10 days (200 miles) travel home; regi- 
ment detached from militia to re-enforce Continental 
Army, 3 mos. 

Inglee, Solomon, private, Capt. Jesse Sturtevant's company, 
Colonel Titcomb's regiment; enlisted April 28, 1777 ; ser- 
vice 2 mos., 4 days; company marched to Rhode Island 
April 28, 1777; roll dated Halifax ; also Capt. Ebenezer 
Washburn's company, Col. Eleazer Brook's regiment of 
guards; enlisted Nov. 5, 1777; service to Feb. 3, 1778, 
2 mos. 28 days at Cambridge. 

Ingles, Ephraim, Salem, list of men raised to serve in the 
Continental Army from Essex Co. regiment ; as returned 
agreeable to order of council Nov. 7, 1777; residence 
Salem; engaged for town of Salem; joined Captain 
Brown's compan}', Colonel Putnam's regiment ; term 3 
years or during war. 

Ingles, James, account sworn to in Middlesex Co., July 16, 
1781 ; rendered by the selectmen of Bedford, for bounties 
paid said Ingles and others by the several classes of the 
town of Bedford to serve in the Continental Army for a 
term of 3 3'ears agreeable to resolve of Dec. 2, 1780; said 
Ingles hired by class No. 5 of which John Reed was 
chairman. 

Ingles, Jonathan, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Joseph Coles' 
company. Col. John Jacob's regiment; enlisted July 16, 
1778 ; ser^'ice 5 mos. 17 days at Rhode Island ; enlistment 
to expire Jan. i, 1779. 

Ingles, Joshua, private, Capt. Peter Porter's detachment. 
General Fellow's (Berkshire Co.) brigade; enlisted July 
I, 1778 ; discharged Oct. 22, 1778, by order of General 
Stark ; service 3 mos. 22 days, under General Stark at 
Albany ; detachment raised for 6 months. 

InglEy, Ebearnezer, Halifax, list of men raised for the 6 
months' service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as 



274 INGAIXS GENEALOGY. 

having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, 
Oct. 25, 1780. 

Ingley, James, private, Capt. Matthew Randell's company, 
Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment; pay roll for Nov., 
1776 : servdce i month, 2 days, including travel home. 

Ingley, Solomon, private, Capt. Ebenezer Washburn's com- 
pany, Col. Eleazer Brook's regiment of guards : service 
from Feb. 3, 1778 to April 3, 1778, 2 mos. at Cambridge ; 
also corporal. Capt. Ichabod Bonney's company, Col. 
Nathan Sparhawk's regiment; marched Oct. 5, 1778; 
ser\-ice 2 mos. 11 days at Castle Island, including travel 
(4 days) home; company discharged Dec. 11, 1778. 

Ingley, Timothy, private, Capt. B. Read's company, com- 
manded by Lieut. John Benson, Col. Nathan Tjder's 
(Worcester Co.), regiment ; enlisted Aug. 3, 1780; dis- 
charged Aug. 8, 1780; sei^-ice 9 days at Rhode Island, 
on an alarm including travel (3 days) home. 

Ingolls, Samuel, Stoneham, private, (late) Capt. Isaac Hall's 
company, Lieut. Col. William Bond's (late Col. Gar- 
dener's) 37th regiment; company return dated Prospect 
Hill, Oct. 6, 1775 ; reported enlisted for Quebec Sept. 12, 

1775- 

Ingols, Benjamin, Lynn, sailor brigatine "Rover," com- 
manded by Capt. Adam Willman ; descriptive list of 
officers and crew, sworn to June 30, 1780; age 22 yrs ; 
stature, 5 ft. 6 in. ; complexion, dark ; residence, Lynn. 

Ingols, Benjamin, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Nathaniel Car- 
penter's and Capt. Isaac Burr's company, which marched 
on the alarm of April 19, 1775 ; service 8 daj-s. 

Ingols, Jonathan, sergeant, Capt. Nathaniel Ide's company, 
Colonel Carpenter's regiment ; enlisted Aug. 13, 1779; 
discharged Sept. 12, 1779 ; service i mo ; travel allowed to 
and from Camp at Providence ; company detached from 
militia to servnce at Rhode Island for 4 weeks in a regi- 
ment under Capt. Samuel Fisher. 

Ingols, Joseph, Capt. John Baker's company ; Lieut. Col. 
Isaac Hutchinson's (19th) regiment; order for bounty 
coat or its equivalent in money dated Camp at Winter 
Hill, Dec. 25, 1775. 

Ingols, Samuel, Stoneham, private, Capt. Samuel Sprague's 
(Stoneham) company, which marched on the alarm of 
April 19, 1775 ; servdce 4 daj^s ; also sergeant, Capt. James 
Bancroft's company. Col. Michael Jackson's regiment; 
Continental Army pay accounts for service from May 24, 
1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; residence, Stoneham; credited to 
town of Reading ; term, 3 years ; also Captain Wade's 
company. Col. Michael Jackson's regiment ; Continental 
Army pay accounts for service from Jan. i, 1780, to May 



POSTKRITY OK KDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. -75 

24, 1780; also Capt. William Green's company, Col. 
Cyprian How's regiment, engaged July 29, 1780; dis- 
cliarged Nov. i, 1780; ser\ace 3 mos. ; 8 days at Rhode 
Island, including travel (80 miles) home ; company 
raised for 3 months. 

Ingulls, Jacob, Jr., 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Joseph Stocker's 
(4th) company, ist Essex Co. regiment of Mass. militia ; 
list of officers chosen in said regiment, as returned by 
Lieut. Col. John Flagg and 2d Major David Parker, 
dated Lynn, April 24, 1776 ; ordered in council April 26, 
1776; that said officers be commissioned; reported com- 
missioned April 26, 1776. 

Ingulls, James, Capt. John Davis' company, Col. James Frye's 
regiment; order for bounty coat or its equivalent in 
monej^ dated Camp before Boston, Dec. 13, 1775; signed 
by James Ingulls in belialf of James Ingulls, deceased. 

IiNGALS, Daniel, Andover, return of men raised to serve in 
the Continental Army from ist Andover company as re- 
turned by Capt. Samuel Johnson, sworn to Feb. 14, 1778 ; 
residence, Andover ; engaged for Andover ; term to ex- 
pire Jan. I, 1780. 

Ingal, James, private, Capt. Matthew Randell's company, 
Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment; service from Aug. i, 
1776, to Nov. I, 1776, 3 months. 

Ingall, Benjamin, private, Capt. Joseph Wilraarth's company, 
Col. Thomas Carpenter's regiment; marched Aug. i, 
1780; discharged Aug. 8, 1780; service 9 days under 
Gen, Heath ; company marched from Rehoboth to Tiver- 
ton, R. I., on the alarm of Aug. i, 1780. 

Ingall, John, private, Capt. Samuel Fales' company. Col. J. 
Daggett's regiment ; service between Jan. 6, 1778, and 
April I, 1778, 2 mos. 20 days, at Rhode Island ; company 
drafted to serve under Gen. Spencer for 3 mos. from Jan. 

I. 1778- 

Ingall, Jonathan, Taunton, private, Capt. Robert Crosraan s 
company. Col. George William's regiment ; enlisted Dec. 
8, 1776; discharged Dec. 12. 1776; service 6 days, in- 
cluding travel from Howland's Ferry home to Taunton ; 
company marched from Taunton to Warren, R. I., via 
Rehoboth, Dec. 8, 1776, on an alarm. 

Ingall, Zadok, private, Captain Samuel Fales' company. 
Col. J. Daggett's regiment ; marched Jan. 6, 1778; dis- 
charged April I, 1778; service 2 mos. 26 days at Rhode 
Island ; company drafted to ser\'e under Gen. Spencer for 
3 mos. from Jan-, i, 1778. 

Engalls, Benjamin, private, Capt. Isaac Hodges' company; 
service from Aug. 12, 1776, to Oct. i, 1776. 

Engals, Daniel, corporal, Capt. John Dodge's company. Col. 



276 INGAIXS GENEALOGY. 

Jacob Gerrish's regiment of guards ; enlisted Aug. 4, 
1778; discharged Dec. 16, 1778; service 4 mos. 13 days 
at Winter Hill. 

Engals, Ebenezer, Andover, list of men raised for the six 
months' service and returned by Brig. Gen. Paterson as 
having passed muster in a return dated Camp Totoway, 
Oct. 25, 1780. 

Engels, Jonathan, Rehoboth, private, Capt. Peleg Shear- 
man's company. Col. John Hathawa^^'s (Bristol Co.) regi- 
ment ; service between April 20, 1777 and May 13, 1777, 
16 days, at Rhode Island on an alarm ; company stationed 
at Slade's Ferry. 

Engle, Michael, private, Capt. Jesse Roe's company of arti- 
ficers attached to Brig. Gen. Henry Knox's corps of ar- 
tillery ; muster rolls for Nov. and Dec, 1777; also Capt. 
Christopher Beackley's company of artillery artificers de- 
tached from Col. Benjamin Flower's corps of artificers 
and attached to artillery in the field, commanded by Brig. 
Gen. Henry Knox ; muster roll for April, 1778 ; reported 
absent with leave. 

EnglE, Thomas, private, Capt. Jesse Roe's company of artifi- 
cers attached to Brig. Gen. Henry Knox's corps of ar- 
tillery ; muster rolls for Nov. and Dec, 1777 ; also Capt. 
Christopher Beackley's company of artillery artificers, de- 
tached from Col. Benjamin Flowers' corps of artificers 
and attached to artillery in the field, commanded by Brig. 
Gen. Henry Knox ; muster roll for April, 1778. 

EnglBy, Ebenezer, Halifax, private, Capt. Edward Sparrow's 
company. Col, Nathan Tyler's regiment ; enlisted July 
II, 1779; service to Dec. i, 1779, 4 mos. 20 days at 
Rhode Island ; also same company and regiment ; pay 
roll for Dec, 1779, allowing i mo. 3 days service Rhode 
Island. 

Englis, Andrew, Richmond, Capt. Pearl's company. Col. 
Woodbridge's regiment ; order for bounty coat or its 
equivalent in money dated Cambridge Camp, Oct. 23 
1775 ; also lieutenant and adjutant. Col. Ebenezer 
Sprout's regiment ; Continental Army pay accounts for 
service from Jan. i, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779; also 2d lieu- 
tenant, Capt. John Chadwick's company. Col. Brewer's 
regiment; muster return dated Jan. 22, 1778; residence, 
Richmond ; reported on furlough ; also lieutenant ; letter 
dated West Point, Dec 27, 1778, from Lieut. Col. Sam- 
uel Carleton to the board of war at Boston, asking that 
clothing be delivered said Engles and other officers of 
(late) Col. Brewer's regiment ; also lieutenant and adju- 
tant, 1 2th regiment, commanded by Maj. Tobias PVrnald ; 
return of officers in service from May, 1777, dated Bos- 



POSTERITY OF B;DMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 277 

ton, Dec. 5, 1779; reported in camp; also lieutenant, 
acting as adjutant, Col. Sprout's regiment ; Continental 
Army pay accounts for sen'ice from Jan. i, 1780 to Dec. 
31, 1780; reported as serving 7 mos. as adjutant, 5 mos. 
as lieutenant; also lieutenant 12th regiment; return of 
officers with accompanying certificate dated Boston, July 
13, 1780, signed by Dieut. Asa BuUard, stating that said 
Engles and other officers were in service at date of certifi- 
cate ; also lieutenant, Capt. John William's company, 
Col. Sprout's regiment ; list of officers in service Jan. 17, 
1 78 1, dated Boston; also captain, Lieut. Col. Sprout's 
regiment ; list of officers promoted in the Continental 
Army for whom warrants were to be made out [year 
not given]. 

Engly, Solomon, Halifax, private, Capt. Aniasa Soper's 
company, Col. Thomas Marshall's regiment; enlisted 
July 13, 1776; service to Aug i, 1776, 19 days; also 
same company and regiment, abstracts for advance of 
pay, etc., sworn to at Castle Island Aug. 13, 1776; resi- 
dence, Halifax ; also same company and regiment, ser- 
vice between Aug. i, 1776, and Nov. i, 1776, 2 mos. 17 
days. 

Engly, Timothy, private, Capt. John Tyler's company, Col. 
Joseph Read's regiment, company return endorsed " Dec. 
10, 1775 " ; company raised in Mendon, Uxbridge, and 
Upton. 

Engols, Samuel, Capt. Isaac Hall's company, Col. Bond's 
regiment ; certificate of service in support of an order for 
bounty coat, dated Medford, Oct. 25, 1776, signed by 
Captain Hall, stating that said Engols had been a pris- 
oner in Canada, and had now received a coat. 

EngliES, Zadok, corporal, Capt. Jacob Haskin's company. Col. 
Abiel Mitchel's regiment ; enlisted July 27, 1780; dis- 
charged Oct. 31, 1780; service 3 mos. 6 days; company 
raised to reinforce Continental Army for 3 months and 
discharged 20 miles from home. 



278 INGALLS GENEALOGY. 

Connecticut IRcvoluttonar^ IRoU, 

This roll has only nine persons and a certificate of ser\dce is 

furnished by the Adjutant General's office for $i.oo each. 

Daniel Ingall, private, 2d company Governor's Foot Guards, 
Mar. 2, 1775, sergeant 5th company, ist regiment enlisted 
May 18, 1775 at siege of Boston; and discharged Dec. 20, 
1775 ; was reported missing at battle of lyong Island, Aug. 
27,1776. 

The minute men Apr. 19, 1775 from Pomfret were Captain Zeb- 
ediah, Private Lemuel and Thomas Ingalls. 

8th Company, nth Regiment, Captain Zebediah, privates, Sim- 
eon, Lemuel, Zebediah, 2d, and David, clerk, Benjamin, 
drummer, Pelitiah Ingals. 

The following ser\-ed in the war of 181 2 : Caleb, Chester, Elisha, 
George S., Marvin, and Warren Ingalls. 



INDEX. 



DESCENDANTS OF EDMUND INGALLS BEARING THE NAME OK 
INGALLS AND INGAI.S. 



The figures before each name, denote the year of birth ; the fig-ures after the 
name, denote the consecutive number, .\fter finding the name in the consecutive order 
and a -f" cross appear.s before the number, the history of that person and family will 
appear further on, this number being found in the center of a page. Betsey is indexed 
under the name of Elizabeth and Polly under the name of Mary. 





A 






Abigail 


2139 


1881 


Albert Cyrus 


2257 


1767 


Aaron 


719 


1820 


Abigail 


2171 


1859 


Albert PUigene 


5131 




Aaron 


1580 


1818 


Abigail 


2209 


1846 


Albert Everett 


1366 




Aaron 


1581 




Abigail 


2367 


1871 


Alberto. 


1250 


I7S3 


Aaron 


1654 




Abigail 


2524 


1851 


Albert Holway 


2257 


1784 


Aaron 


1880 


1799 


Abigail 


2668 


1 88 1 


Albert J. 


2541 


1793 


Aaron 


1799 




Abigail 


2768 


1868 


Albert Merrick 


3004 




Aaron 


2770 




Abigail 


32S1 


1841 


Albert Pearl 


iSiS 


1806 


Aaron 


2801 


1821 


Abigail Ann 


3329 


1S44 


Albert Orfela 


3042 


1826 


Aaron Horatio 


3338 


17S0 


Abigail Carleton 


1759 


iSso 


Albert Sherwin 


2197 


IS29 


Aaron Horatio 


3378 


1807 


Abigail Prentiss 


1 198 


1822 


Albert Sidney 


3071 


1824 


Aaron Putnam 


3146 


1771 


Abijah 


764 


1S74 


Albert Stimson 


4677 


I8I7 


Aaron Stevens 


.S327 


1739 


Abijah 


283 




Albert Stimson 


4679 


IS52 


Aaron Warren 


4561 


1767 


Abuer 


343 


1823 


Albion Cyrus 


1 129 


1852 


Abbie A. 


4603 


1763 


Abner 


430 


1814 


Albion Tapley 


3288 


185 1 


Abbie Alice 


3254 




Abner 


1015 


1833 


Aldana Theodore 3340 


1849 


Ahbie E. 


4S06 


1677 


Abner 


5210 


1861 


Aldana Theodore 4568 


1856 


Abbie Eliea 


1369 




Abram 


1222 




Alden 


1 1 10 


1850 


Abbie Mary 


231 1 


1822 


Abram 


1230 




AldeuM. 


4100 


IS59 


Abbie Norton 


2526 


1820 


Achsa Carolinus 


1539 


176- 


Alfred 


812 


1845 


Abbie Priscilla 


3190 


1873 


Ada 


4507 




Alfred 


1608 


1843 


Abbie Ridgeway 


4158 


1878 


Ada Alice 


3007 


1791 


Alfred 


1853 


1796 


Abel 


1796 


18S6 


Adaline 


4269 




Alfred 


1956 


1798 


Abel 


1908 


1829 


Adaline E. 


1874 


1820 


Alfred 


2561 


171- 


Abiah 


121 


1S60 


Adam Thorburn 


4291 




Alfred Seymour 


2341 


1727 


Abiah 


265 


1864 


Addie Agnes 


5182 


18S2 


Alfred Wesley 


436E 


I72S 


Abiah 


146 


1S73 


Addie Louise 


253S 


1S16 


Alfred White 


3049 


1764 


Abiah 


675 


1889 


Addie Preble 


4211 




Alice 


2206 


1789 


A1)iah 


871 


1849 


Addi-son 


5039 




Alice 


2365 


I8I0 


Abiah 


1715 


1872 


Addison 


4590 


1S76 


Alice 


2569 


1793 


Abiel 


1795 




Adelaide 


1036 




Alice 


3069 


IS30 


Abiel Russell 


3135 


1853 


Adelaide 


3305 


1S45 


Alice 


3160 


1685 


Abigail 


52 


1839 


Adelaide Violette 


3040 


1852 


Alice A. 


3140 


1693 


Abigail 


96 


1861 


Adele Amelia 


4542 


1859 


Alice Church 


2123 


1709 


Abigail 


123 




Adeline 


1613 


1867 


Alice Isabel 


2377 


1725 


Abigail 


251 


1836 


Adeline 


1141 


1849 


Alice Iowa 


4470 


1737 


Abigail 


376 


1823 


Adeline Minerva 


2873 


1868 


Alice L, 


3099 


I77I 


Abigail 


404 


1803 


Adeliza 


1438 


1880 


Alice Louisa 


4548 


177- 


Abigail 


422 


1892 


Aden Lewis 


2843 


1853 


Alice M. 


11S8 


175- 


Abigail 


426 


1848 


Adrianna Barron 


1705 




Alice Maj- 


1346 


177- 


Abigail 


454 


1727 


Agnes 


175 


1829 


Alice Mariah 


1648 




Abigail 


620 




Agnes 


1 1 14 


i860 


Alice Phillips 


4S16 


1772 


Abigail 


680 


1844 


Agnes Arnold 


4147 


1 87 1 


Alice Georgiana 




1749 


Abigail 


739 


1S47 


Agnes Arnold 


4148 




Pike 


1727 




Abigail 


765 


1901 


Agnes Flannery 


5162 


■855 


Alice Swanson 


ia84 


1798 


Abigail 


813 




Agues Maria 


2363 


1741 


Alithea 


205 




Abigail 


911 


I810 


Alanson 


1044 


1855 


Allen G. 


4415 


ISI2 


Abigail 


988 


1826 


Alanson 


4084 


1S93 


Allen Grannis 


4421 


1790 


Abigail 


992 


i860 


Albert 


4301 


i860 


Allen Hammond 


44S8 




Abigail 


1008 


1830 


Albert 


2743 


1807 


Allen Haskell 


1422 


1797 


Abigail 


1068 


1849 


Albert 


5065 


I8S2 


Allen Munroe 


4446 


1787 


Abigail 


1663 


1870 


Albert A. 


4571 


1888 


Allen Munroe 


4452 


1808 


Abigail 


1673 


1856 


Albert Abbott 


4582 


1853 


Allen Penfield 


4340 


1832 


Abigail 


1697 


1857 


Albert Augustas. 


4050 


1S84 


Allen Redfield 


4416 


1806. 


Abigail 


1825 


1855 


Albert Adelbert 


2488 




Allen Roosevelt 


1425 




Abigail 


1859 


1808 


Albert Bachelder 


1042 


1867 


Allie Estelle 2443A 



280 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1902 


AUin Kibben 4475A | 


1671 


Anna 


42 


1866 


Austin Miles 


3383 




Allurus H. 


1989 


1701 


Anna 


Id 


1847 


Austin Perley 


3242 


IS65 


Alma 


4182 


1717 


Anna 


126 


1856 


Austin Warren 


3200 


1842 


Aliiia Elvira 


2241 


1730 


Anna 


147 


1887 


Avis 


4418 


IS45 


Alma 


3139 


^734 


Anna 


259 


1812 


Azel 


1780 


IS33 


Alma M. 


2399 


177- 


Anna 


441 


1805 


Azubah 


2138 


IS26 


Almeda Christie 


1709 




Anna 


770G 








iSii 


Almeda Curtis 


32S7 


1782 


Anna 


1786 




B 




IS30 


Almerou 


4387 


1798 


Anna 


1809 






IS02 


Almira 


859 


1801 


Anna 


1302 


1S04 


Barnard Tucker 


1060 




Almira 


884 


1S02 


Anna 


1670 


1854 


Baxter 


4453 


1806 


Almira 


1 888 


1835 


Anna 


2581 


1804 


Belinda 


1935 


I82I 


Almira 


1S92 


1831 


Anna 


5049 




Belinda 


2137 




Almira 


4074 


1843 


Anna E. 


3015 


1706 


Benjamin 


76 




Almira 


50S9 




Anna Harriet 


4424 


1715 


Benjamin 


106 




Almira 


510S 


1873 


Anna Lotta 


4661 


1728 


Benjamin 


257 




Almira Celestia 


1553 


1S57 


Anna Mary 


4610 


1745 


Benjamin 


215 


IS75 


Almira LilUau 


4093 




Anna Mary 


5134 


175- 


Benjamin 


210 


1855 


Almou 


4654 


1879 


Annah Jaqnith 


4576 


173- 


Benjamin 


312 




Almv Ann 


1430 




Annie 


4088 A 




Benjamin 


338 


IS7I 


Aloa' Luella 


4176 


1S66 


Annie Allen 


2S91 


1762 


Benjamin 


428 


IS35 


Alonzo 


3396 


i860 


Annie Bell 


3245 


1771 


Benjamin 


539 


IS39 


Alouzo 


4433 




Annie Blackler 


2362 


1774 


Benjamin 


795V 


IS44 


Alonzo 


1 142 


1S75 


Annie Davenpor 


t 1066 


17S3 


Benjamin 


5S3 


i«5i 


Alonzo Joseph 


3243 


1862 


Annie Estella 


2434 


1796 


Benjamin 


1299 


1850 


Alonzo Lewis 


1 160 


1835 


Annie Jane 


335S 


1797 


Benjamin 


1021 


1901 


Alonzo Norton 


4263 


1834 


Annie ;\Iaria 


1171 


1799 


Benjamin 


997 


17S0 


Alpha 


513 


1864 


Annie Martha 


1556 


1799 


Benjamin 


2646 




Alphonso 


4351 




Annie Rel)ecca 


2613 




Benjamin 


1300 




Alvin 


770F 


1S68 


Annie White 


3297 


1S04 


Benjamin 


1835 




AUdna 


1911 


1S18 


Annis 


2456 




Benjamin 


5072 


1S25 


AUdna 


1873 


1785 


Anne 


990 


1801 


Benjamin 


5086 




Alzina 


2721 




Anne Augfusta 


2365 


1821 


Benjamin 


5073 


-1842 


Alzo 


4001 




Anne Maria 


1916 


1S67 


BenjaminDeforest2470 


1S26 


Amanda 


1856 


1S51 


Annette Amelia 


979 




Benjamin E. 4 


15SD 




Amanda Gray 


261 1 




Antoinette 


2663 


1883 


Benjamin F'mery 


4549 




Amanda Jane 


4347 


1857 


Ara Morrison 


4103 


1S23 


Benjamin F. 


2737 


1830 


Amanda Maria 


3277 




Ardelia 


332 


1812 


Benjamin 




1S36 


Amanda Melvina 


2676 




Ardena h- 


4366 




Franklin 


1065 


1815 


Amarilla 


2455 


1S17 


Arethusa 


411S 




Benjamin 




1825 


Amasa Allen 


4083 




Argsette 


3300 




Franklin 


24S0 


1 80S 


Amasa G. 


1275 




Arline 


1424 


1820 


Benjamin 




1S39 


Amasa G. 


2445 




Arthur 


2371 




Franklin 


2S05 


176- 


Amaziah 


564 




Arthur 


511S 


1844 


Benjamin 




1864 


Amelia 


4657 


1896 


Arthur Allen 


4493 




Franklin 


3231 


1S5S 


Amelia A. 


4059 


188S 


Arthur Brown 


30 1 8 


1846 


Benjamin 




I •''33 


Amelia Mariah 


2606 


1S69 


Arthur Burton 


4527 




Gran\-ille 


2356 


1807 


Amelia Sallv 






Arthur F'. 


2258 


1 888 


Benjamin Joseph 3061 




Flint 


1928 


1861 


Arthur Jabez 


4165 


1763 


Benjamin 




1S09 


Amelia Shackford3263 


1831 


Arthur James 


4397 




Pearsons 


644 


1855 


Amelia Shepard 


10S5 


1S63 


Arthur Luther 


4069 


1865 


Benjamin Sinieoi 


2506 


1739 


Amos 


155 


1861 


Arthur Niles 


4476 




Bennett 


709 


1760 


Amos 


368 




Arthur Stillman 


4166 


1S46 


Benton T. 


4379 


1763 


Amos 


707 


1889 


Arthur Warren 


2432 




Bernard Harris 


4831 




Amos 


889 


1856 


Arsa Fremont 


4178 


1SS7 


Bernard Spencer 4523 




ivmos 


895 




Arvilla 


1633 




Bernie 


5132 


1789 


Amos 


1 162 


1756 


Asa 


772 


1S58 


Berona Clark 


4522 


17S9 


Amos 


1871 


1764 


Asa 


734 




Bert 


2710 


1S2S 


Amos 


2148 


1766 


Asa 


757 




Bertie 


5133 


1S20 


Amos 


2172 


1772 


Asa 


795U 


1889 


Bertha 


4270 


1821 


Amos 


4082 


1787 


Asa 


1881 


1863 


Bertha Eloise 


4517 


1859 


Amos 


461 1 


1797 


Asa 


839 


1877 


Bertha Florence 


2886 


1827 


Amos Howe 


1377 




Asa 


2009 


1861 


Bertha Mehitabk 


4567 


1870 


Amos J. 


4248 




Asa 


2242 




Beryl 


5136 




Amy 


143 1 




Asa 


2700 


1872 


Bessie 


2354 


1846 


Anderson Jethro 


4408 


1854 


Asa Huntington 


4063 




Bessie 


2S37 


1862 


Ajiderson Russell 4658 


1810 


Asa White 


3039 


1S39 


Betsey Cogswell 


3365 


1803 


Andrew 


651 


1818 


Asenath Burnhami820 


1813 


Betsey T. 


1276 


1831 


Andrew J. 


301 1 




Attie 


1096 


1802 


Blaney 


1000 




Andrew J. 


415S 


1833 


Augusta 


3213 


1804 


Blaney 


1040 


1808 


Angeline 


1 123 


1834 


Atigusta 


3214 




Blanche 


1273 


1840 


Angeline 


3229 




Augusta 


4362 


1884 


Blanche 


3092 


1S64 


Angie Kndora 


3257 


1S62 


Augusta Ann 


4302 


18S4 


Blanche Burdick 


5157 


1748 


Ann 


t73 


1832 


Augusta Foster 


3152 


1873 


Blanche Hawley 


2409 


1760 


Ann 


643 


1816 


Atxgusta Matilda 


1182 


1889 


Blanche Lillian 


4490 


1833 


Ann 


2547 


1838 


Augustine 


3397 


1845 


Borellii Darwin 


1349 


1843 


Ann 


2732 


1S05 


Augustus 


2033 


1813 


Borellii Taft 






Ann 


4361 




Augustus 


3260 




Darwin 


1332 


1S56 


Ann Elizabeth 




1851 


Augustus Blaney 4814 


1828 


Bradley 


1113 




Dexter 


3203 


1S67 


Augustus Rice 


4077 


1811 


Brown 


1815 



POvSTF.RlTY OF EDMUND INGALIvS, OF LYNN. '281 



1868 


Burton George 


4495 


1839 


Charles Atherton 


2777 




Charles Waynian 


4021 


1S56 


Byron Peabody 


3016 


1842 


Charles Augustu 


'3163 


1871 


Charles Wesley 


1093 








1883 


Charles Augnstu 


S3167 


1856 


Charles William 


1306 




C 




1S26 


Charles B. 


2216 




Charles Wilson 


4826 


17— 


Caleb 


330 


1849 


Charles B. 


2505 


1863 


Charles William 


3271 


1756 


Caleb 


367 


1880 


Charles Barlow 


4208 


178- 


Charlotte 


523 


1766 


Caleb 


676 


1863 


Charles Bisco 


2529 


1799 


Charlotte 


1862 


1777 


Caleb 


795X 


1832 


Charles Blood 


2154 


1808 


Charlotte 


1714 


1801 


Caleb 


874 


i860 


Charles Brigham 


5198 


1876 


Charlotte Adelle 


3059 


1809 


Caleb 


1322 




Charles Brigham 


5196 


183 1 


Charlotte Augusta^262 


1842 


Caleb 


2S88 


1S07 


Charles Currier 


730 




Charlotte K. 


1915 


1767 


Caleb Bowen 


53S 


1821 


Charles Currier 


2S47 


1 868 


Charlotte Kdith 


2378 


1309 


Calista 


2852 


1854 


Charles Katon 


4460 


1854 


Charlotte F;dna 


2855 


1760 


Calvin 


774 


1800 


Charles Kdgar 


2396 


1849 


Charlotte FHiza 


3369 


177- 


Cal\4n 


794 


1876 


Charles Kdgar 


5098 


1898 


Charlotte F^liza 


2858 


1799 


Calvin 


1694 




Charles Kdward 


631 


1824 


Charlotte 




iSii 


Calvin 


1522 


1839 


Charles Kdward 


2194 




FHizabeth 


3276 


1850 


Calvin Anson 


4259 


185 1 


Charles Kdward 


4621 


1838 


Charlotte L. 


3014 


1796 


Candace 


1316 


1870 


Charles Kdward 


21S6 




Charlotte Loraine 1739 


iSr- 


Candus 


1252 


1878 


Charles Kdward 


1066 


1871 


ChaunceyHibbard5i84 




Carrie 


795H 


1838 


Charles Kdwin 


1725 


1820 


Chauncey 




1S80 


Carrie 


2319 




Charles Kmery 


5201 




Langdon 


1161 


iSs8 


Carrie 


3588 


i860 


Charles Kverett 


3225 


1762 


Chester 


775 


1S63 


Carrie 


2621 


1861 


Charles F. 


2221 


1789 


Chester 


2016 




Carrie 


3109 




Charles F. 


2752 


1809 


Chester 


1309 


1S91 


Carrie 


4275 


1871 


Charles F. 


5191 


1829 


Chester 


1305 


1878 


Carrie Abbott 


4583 


1835 


Charles Forester 


2369 


i860 


Chester Alvin 


4055 


1S70 


Carrie Lyman 


3386 


1817 


Charles Francis 


2118 


1861 


Chelsea Brittian 


1 107 


1900 


Carl Heiiry 


4644 


1829 


Charles Francis 


3314 


1879 


Chilton 


5042 


1S94 


Carl 0. 


4242 


1S49 


Charles Francis 


3291 




Chloe 


1393 


1852 


Carlton 


4380 


1849 


Charles Francis 


4574 


1791 


Chloe 


2021 




Caroline 


1397 


1868 


Charles Francis 


4614 


1SS4 


Claire 


4201 


1810 


Caroline 


2202 


1S38 


Charles Fred 


1359 




Clara 


2757 


1824 


Caroline 


2173 


1S52 


CharlesFrederick 2308 




Clara 


2767 


1830 


Caroline Augusta 321S 




Charles 






Clara 


2605 


1827 


Caroline Hills 


2773 




Frederick 4158C 




Clara 


2107 


1S95 


Caroline Lee 


3227 


1825 


Charles Freedom 


3205 


1S56 


Clara Agnes 


3256 




Catherine 


774B 


1795 


Charles Frye 


2088 


1S52 


Clara Ann 






Catherine 


1643 




Charles Gage 


4167 




Augusta 


1741 


1809 


Catherine 


3037 


1S43 


Charles H. 


260S 


1847 


Clara Augusta 


3290 




Catherine 


2213 


1844 


Charles Halstead 2620 


1838 


Clara Bassett 


2349 


1836 


Catherine 


2302 


1S32 


Charles Hanniba 


I3278 


1879 


Clara Flliza 


4636 




Catherine 


4S20 


1842 


Charles Harvey 


"59 




Clara Family 


4016 




Catherine 


5009 


1846 


Charles Hawkm? 


4096 


1886 


Clara P'airbanks 


3221 


1847 


Catherine Abigai 


I4821 


1817 


Charles Henry 


4125 


1856 


Clara Harriet 


3379 


1853 


Catherine Augusta 2429 


181S 


Charles Henry 


2248 




Clara I. 


2150 


1866 


Catherine Helen 


4154 


1S25 


Charles Henry 


2177 


18S6 


Clara Lenign 


630 


1S91 


Cecil Johnson 


4528 


1839 


Charles Henry 


3102 




Clara M. 


3274 


1880 


Cecil M. 


1973 


1842 


Charles Henry 


4140 




Clara M. 


4365 




Chancellor 


591 


1848 


Charles Henry 


2254 


1843 


Clara Maria 


2188 


1763 


Charles 


812 


1S48 


Charles Henry 


4213 


1850 


Clara Perley 


3370 


1768 


Charles 


822 


1854 


Charles Henry 


4540 


1895 


Clarence 


4277 


1794 


Charles 


85 1 


1855 


Charles Henry 


4013 




Clarence 


1122 




Charles 


795G 


1S59 


Charles Henry 


4315 




Clarence Albert 


2490 




Charles 


1022 


1873 


Charles Henry 


45S5 


1868 


Clarence F^lliot 


4503 




Charles 


1399 


1877 


Charles Henry 


1226 


1S63 


Clarence Kugene 


5172 




Charles 


1412 


1S78 


Charles Henry 


4145 


1880 


Clarence Frank 


4169 




Charles 


1845 


1S65 


Charles Herbert 


2335 


1903 


ClarenceHamilton40,s7 


1782 


Charles 


1846 


1897 


Charles Herbert 


2338 


1888 


Clarence Irving 


2082 


1799 


Charles 


1 166 


1843 


Charles Hersey 


3299 




Clarence Talbot 


1426 




Charles 


1962 


1836 


Charles Holniau 


3382 


1826 


Clarinda Page 


3147 


1S115 


Charles 


1 104 


1900 


Charles Howard 




1795 


Clarissa 


610 


1817 


Charles 


1 158 




Newell 


3311 




Clarissa 


879 


1819 


Charles 


3249 


1S39 


Charles L. 


3215 


1813 


Clarissa 


1 152 


1829 


Charles 


2334 


1852 


Charles 




1S17 


Clarissa 


3331 


1833 


Charles 


2744 




Livingston 


4161 




Clarissa 


1579 


1834 


Charles 


1 140 


1865 


Charles Luni 


3103 




Clarissa, 


1723 


1845 


Charles 


2310 


1849 


Charles Luther 


3206 




Clarissa" 


2024 




Charles 


2695 


1827 


Charles M. 


3009 




Clarissa 


2035 




Charles 


2704 


1864 


Charles Martin 


5135 


1S54 


Clarissa F;iizabeth4i3i 


1874 


Charles 


2796 


1853 


Charles Napier 


1 105 


1842 


Clarissa Jerusha 


1325 




Charles 


4320 


1S20 


Charles Nathan 


3351 


1869 


Clarisa Maria 


4175 


1859 


Charles 


5115 


1853 


Charles Nathan F 


.5096 


1885 


Clarisa Mildred 


4135 


1874 


Charles 


5036 


1S84 


Charles O. 


3174 


1830 


Clark Daniel 


2153 


1846 


Charles A. 


1449 


1S85 


Charles Oney 


1361 




Clarkson 


1014 




Charles Albert 


1043 




Charles Osmyn 


4064 




Clayton 


2149 


1841 


Charles Albert 


3366 


1862 


Charles Putnam 


4516 


1864 


Clease 


1247 


18S3 


Charles Alfred 


3294 


1819 


Charles Russell 


2089 


1887 


Clement Custer 


3031 


1870 


Charles Arthur 


2155 


1864 


Charles S. 


2448 


1888 


Clyde 


5158 


1879 


Charles Arthur 


2609 


1837 


Charles Sidney 


1172 


1887 


Clyde Westman 


4171 



282 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1772 


Collins 


439 


1820 


Daniel Tompkin 


S3144 


1871 


Dewitt 


4304 


1835 


Comfort 


1 145 




Darius 


770 




Diamond 


1728 


I8I9 


Conrad 


5021 




Darius 


770T 


1812 


Diantha 


1523 


1873 


Constance 


4591 


1793 


Darius 


1388 


1829 


Diantha 


4385 


1842 


Constantina 


2305 




Darius 


1396 


1832 


Diantha 


2586 




Cora 


1020 


1823 


Darius 


1500 


1693 


Dinah 


108 




Cora 


2342 


1822 


Darwin 


3336 


171- 


Dinah 


119 


r86i 


Cora Lillian 


2877 




Darwin A. 


4572 


1865 


Dora 


4303 


1797 


Cordelia 


1382 


1693 


David 


55 


1751 


Dorcas 


806 


1821 


Cordelia Angeline 1185 


1726 


David 


269 


1754 


Dorcas 


771 


1826 


Cordelia Dorcas 


1721 




Da\-id 


334 


1755 


Dorcas 


816 


1752 


Cordellay 


222 


17— 


Davdd 


409 


1772 


Dorcas 


825 


1762 


Cordellay 


226 


176- 


Da\-id 


447 


1834 


Dorcas F. 


1072 




Corlis 


1742 


1778 


Da\-id 


684 


:828 


DorotheaWheeler 1758 




Cornelia 


2491 


1751 


David 


701 


1725 


Dorothj- 


256 


1823 


CorneliaElizabeth3052 


1787 


Dav-id 


1656 


1 781 


Dorothj' 


2125 


1845 


Cornelius Barnes 3302 


1787 


Daxdd 


1792 


1784 


Dorothy 


655 




Correll 


2839 


1780 


David 


1777 


1823 


Dorothj- 


4129 


1867 


Coza 


1249 




David 


1789 


1898 


Dorothy Hazel 


3310 




Cynthia 


708 


1796 


Da\'id 


2685 


1901 


Dorothy I. 


2331 


1790 


Cynthia 


1053 


1806 


David 


1120 


1894 


Dorothy Somers 


2418 


1800 


Cynthia 


1886 


1808 


David 


1078 


1883 


Dorsey F. 


1535 


1875 


Cynthia Amelia 


2473 


1812 


David 


14 10 




Drusilla 


1634 


1815 


Cynthia Brig-gs 


1066 


1847 


David 


1121 




E 




1841 


Cynthia J. 


1074 




Da\'id 


2696 






1768 


Cyrus 


758 




David 


2713 




Eady 


1782 


1797 


Cyrus 


857 


1818 


Da\-id 


2719 




Earl 


1526 


1802 


Cyrus 


1385 




Da\-id 


2755 


1S77 


Earl Cozzens 


4635 


1802 


Cyrus 


1938 




Da\'id 


5001 




Earle 


2492 


1828 


Cyrus 


2098 




Da\'id 


5140 


1SS8 


Earle How land 


4066 


1844 


Cyrus 


2567 




Da\-id Dauiel 


5144 


18S4 


Eaton Walter 


3030 




Cyrus 


2765 


1826 


Da\'id Dwight 


1540 


1798 


Eben 


1056 


1848 


Cyrus 


451 1 


1847 


David Henry 


4394 


1832 


Eben G. 


1071 


1851 


Cyrus 


4283 


1847 


David Homer 


3035 


1711 


Ebenezer 


78 


1888 


Cyrus Leander 


4287 


1826 


David Leeds 


245S 


1721 


Ebenezer 


274 




Curtis 


2712 


1858 


Da\'id Leeds 


2459 


1744 


Ebenezer 


206 


1888 


Curtis T. 


2447 


1870 


David Liscar 


4646 


1745 


Ebenezer 


362 








1816 


Da\-id Oatman 


2461 


1747 


Ebenezer 


612 




D 




1825 


David P. 


3107 


1759 


Ebenezer 


744 


1877 


Daisy 


5041 


1854 


Da\nd P. 


4311 


1760 


Ebenezer 


745 


1874 


Daisy Maud 


4546 


1820 


David Preble 


iiii 


1771 


Ebenezer 


510 




Daisy Pearl 


4314 


1888 


David Royal 


4318 


1772 


Ebenezer 


1568 


1854 


Dana Gillett 


1451 




David Sanborn 


1602 


178- 


Ebenezer 


521 


1689 


Daniel 


86 




David Sinton 


4678 


17S5 


Ebenezer 


605 


1696 


Daniel 


90 




David Sprague 


2548 


1800 


Ebenezer 


1833 


1714 


Daniel 


253 


1819 


David T. 


2513 


1801 


Ebenezer 


2647 




Daniel 


336 




Da\'id W. 


2746 


181- 


Ebenezer 


1251 


17— 


Daniel 


337 


1808 


David Watterman 12^8 


1790 


Ebenezer Flint 


840 


17— 


Daniel 


419 


1776 


David White 


649 




Edah 


900 


1754 


Daniel 


639 


1866 


Da\-id Wilcox 


1260 




Edith 


2834 


1758 


Daniel 


641 


177- 


Davis 


564 




Edith 


3074 


177- 


Daniel 


665 


1823 


Davis L. 


3371 




Edith 


4401 


1758 


Daniel 


696 




Dayton 
Deborah 


2660 


1875 


Edith M. 


5192 


1770 


Daniel 


795A 


1691 


87 


1866 


Edith Maria 


2161 


1775 


Daniel 


682 


1694 


Deborah 


89 


1887 


Edith May 


2887 


1784 


Daniel 


1575 


1722 


Deborah 


355 


1901 


Edith May 


4326 


1788 


Daniel 


914 


1742 


Deborah 


214 




Edna 


2108 


1789 


Daniel 


1793 


1753 


Deborah 


165 


1891 


Edna Blanche 


4235 


1793 


Daniel 


1310 


1753 


Deborah 


808 


1902 


Edna Laura 


1157 




Daniel 


1567 


1757 


Deborah 


817 


1870 


Edna M. 


1531 


1804 


Daniel 


12S7 


1758 


Deborah 


721 




Edna May 


4440 




Daniel 


1582 


1763 


Deborah 


723 


1862 


Edgar 


4268 




Daniel 


1644 


1776 


Deborah 


540 


1850 


Edgar Brown 


3199 




Daniel 


1626 


1785 


Deborah 


848 


1840 


Edgar W. 


2402 


1818 


Daniel 


2225 


1812 


Deborah 


2116 




Edgar D. 


899 




Daniel 


2720 


1814 


Deborah 


1702 


1S40 


Edmond 


4091 


1820 


Daniel 


2483 


1773 


Deirce 


570 


1S78 


F'dmond 


4094 




Daniel 


5090 




Delbert W. 


1900 


1849 


Edmond 




1829 


Daniel Bowman 


2875 




Delia 


885 




Cunningham 


4034 


1844 


Daniel D. 


2.S.S6 


1824 


Delia F. 


2382 


1598 


Edmund 


I 


1815 


Daniel Drummondi7i7 


1781 


Delilah 


1290 


1662 


Edmund 


38 


1870 


Daniel Emery 


4544 


1802 


Delilah 


1518 


167- 


Edmund 


23 




Daniel Harris 


4831 


1807 


Delilah 


1407 


1713 


Edmund 


79 


1820 


Daniel Howard 


2226 




Deliverance 


7 70 A 


1717 


Edmund 


168 


1836 


Daniel Josiah 


3028 


1880 


Delmer Almeron 


4648 




Edmund 


410 




Daniel MeU-ille 


1095 


1884 


Dell Allen 


4450 


1739 


Edmund 


213 


1829 


Daniel Morrill 


1710 


1877 


Delia Leona 


4357 


1754 


Edmund 


223 


1879 


Daniel T. 


3096 


1837 


Deloss D. 


2553 


1757 


Edmund 


704 


1795 


Daniel Tapley 


1774 


1846 


Dewayne L. 


5191 


1 761 


Edmund 


534 


1846 


Daniel Tompkins 


4535 


1818 


Dewitt 


1265 


1763 


Edmund 


433 



POvSTERITY OF KDMUND INCxALLS, OF LYNN. 283 



1770 


Kdnnind 


823 


1834 


I7S5 


Kd"iuiid 


1791 


1785 


1789 


Kdniund 


607 


1840 


1802 


Edimind 


1258 


1834 


I8I4 


Edinund 


2117 




I82S 


Kdmund 


2485 




I83I 


Kdinimd 


2101 




1863 


Kdmund 


4399 




1893 


Kdmund 


4122 


1799 




Edmund 


4402 


1807 


I85I 


Edmund Asa 


2486 


182- 


1872 


Edmund Church 


4116 


1801 


1868 


Edmund David 


2464 


1830 


1898 


Kdniund Earle 


4643 




IS64 


Edmund Kugene 


4641 




i8q4 


Kdmund Harvey 


4671 




1874 


Kdmund James 


2472 


1820 




Edmund James 


4413 




1847 


Edmund Phineaf 


3330 






E^dmund R. 


2748 


1841 


1809 


Edmund Sleeper 


2689 




1875 


Edna Margaret 


4204 






Edward 


1016 


1832 




Edward 


1335 


1828 


1824 


Edward 


2738 


1855 


1833 


P'dward 


21S1 


1826 


185 1 


Edward 


2739 


1838 


1855 


Edward 


4514 


1622 


1872 


Edward 


2543 


1657 




Edward 


5138A 


1671 


1883 


Edward 


4255 


167- 




Edward A. 


1766 


1673 


_ 


Edward Brock 


2741 


1681 




Edward E- 


1017 


170- 


1865 


Edward Everett 


207S 


1709 




Edward Guy 


2364 


170- 


1879 


Edward M. 


2314 


1709 


1857 


Edward Manning: 4220 


1710 


1861 


Edward Mason 


3208 


172- 


1859 


Edward Orville 


4065 


1727 


1848 


Edward Thomas 


4105 


1729 


1862 


Kdward W. 


4267 


1736 


1837 


Kdwin 


3390 


1739 


1831 


Edwin Davis 


2580 


1742 


1887 


Kdwin Hope 


4483 


1743 


1867 


Kdwin Moore 


2S92 


1746 


1821 


Edwin Phineas 


3335 


175 1 


1815 


Edwin Putnam 


3053 


1755 


1858 


Edwin Warren 


2430 


1757 


1886 


Edwin Willard 


2431 


176- 


1885 


Effie 


4509 


1762 


1772 


Eleanor 


750 


1762 




Eleanor 


1628 


1766 


1828 


Kleanor 


2585 


1777 


1843 


Kleanor Curtis 


3237 


177- 


1661 


Kleazer 


17 




168- 


Kleazer 


68 


1772 


1720 


Kleazer 


185 




1722 


Kleazer 


171 


1777 


1735 


Kleazer 


194 


1775 


17— 


Kleazer 


435 


177- 


1741 


Kleazer 


475 


17S0 


1764 


Kleazer 


476 


1780 


1771 


Kleazer 


434 


1781 


1771 


Kleazer 


749 


1782 




Kleazer 


1047 


1783 


1787 


PHeazer 


1211 


1787 


1731 


p;ieazer C. 


148 


1788 


1782 


Kleazer Prench 


912 


1788 


1820 


Kleazer Stillman 


22IO 


1789 


1839 


P'lbridg-e Hannum4078 | 


1791 




p;ibridge Joshua 


1735 


1792 


169- 


p:idad 


88 


1792 


1791 


Electa 


608 


1793 


1800 


p;ielah Malota 


1237 


1793 


1897 


Elgirtha 


4278 


1794 


1779 


Eli 


1227 


1794 


1810 


Elias Theodore 


1930 


1795 


1748 


Klihu 


220 




1803 


p;iihu 


1392 


1793 



pnijah Spafford 

Klisha 

Pvlisha D. 

Klisha Wells 

Kliza 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Kliza 

Kliza 

Kliza 

Kliza 

Kliza 

Kliza 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Kliza 

Kliza Ann 

Kliza Ann 

Kliza B. 

Kliza if. 

Eliza Jane 

p:;iiza M. 

Eliza Merrick 

Eliza T. 

Eliza Woodward 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizal)eth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth ; 

Elizabeth 

P^lizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 

Klizabeth 



I5I0 


1796 


P'lizabeth 


1667 


2012 


1796 


K;iizal)cth 


1831 


1327 


1801 


Klizabeth 


572 


2617 




p;iizabeth 


597 


726 




p;iizabeth 


1049 


880 


1802 


Klizabeth 


1980 


908 


1815 


Klizabeth 


2460 


925 


1819 


Klizal)eth 


3070 


2131 




Klizabeth 


1221 


986 


1803 


p;iizabeth 


1403 


1256 


18— 


p;iizabeth 


462 


1863 




Elizabeth 


163 1 


1909 




p;iizabeth 


1741 


2214 




Elizabeth 


1676 


2234 


1825 


p;iizabeth 


4818 


2717 


1830 


Elizabeth 


2217 


4127 




p;iizabeth 


2339 


4827 




Elizabeth 


2372 


331 




PCIizabeth 


2759 


4553 


1821 


Elizabeth 


3313 


2143 




p;hzabeth 


2896 


4309 




Klizabeth 


3282 


3209 




p;iizabeth 


4406 


3110 




E;iizabeth 


5105 


3244 




Klizabeth 


51 17 


2383 


182- 


p;iizabeth A. 


437 


1817 


1830 


KlizabethAmanda 2344 


3 




Klizabeth B. 


5088 


15 


1829 


Klizabeth 




20 




Bussey 


1775D 


21 


1862 


Klizabeth Celeste 1561 


43 




Klizabeth Cox 


1754 


48 


1891 


Klizabeth Kdwina 3062 


75 


i88g 


Klizabeth Kudora 2508 


77 


1827 


p;iizabethGilmore 2179 


129 


181 1 


Elizabeth Jane 


3325 


244 


1842 


p:iizabeth L. 


864 


104 


1818 


Elizabethl^orind 


a 2698 


135 


1843 


Klizabeth 




264 




Orphelia 


1969 


372 


1871 


P'lizabethThomas 2124 


202 


1875 


p;iizabethThomas 2410 


294 


1900 


Elizabeth Tracy 


4672 


161 


1745 


P'lkanah 


219 


479 


1767 


p;ikanah 


567 


144 




Elkanah 


1419 


240 




lilkanah 


1429 


502 


1866 


Ellsworth 


4586 


671 


1846 


Ella 


4029 


431 


1839 


Ella 


4552 


506 


1882 


Ella Florence 


5100 


788 


1857 


Ella L. 


3141 


5i6 


18S2 


Ella Klizabeth 


2476 


666 


18S0 


Klla May 


4647 


43S 




Kllen 


1400 


633 


1830 


Ellen 


2180 


872 


1832 


Kllen 


4138 


667A 


1833 


Kllen 


2218 


801 


1838 


Kllen AugTista 


2240 


767 


1854 


Kllen Klizabeth 


4627 


1571 


1S39 


p;ilen Frances 


2404 


795X 




Ellen S. 


1428 


960 


1877 


P'llen Sherman 


2394 


582 


1882 


Elma 


241 1 


1208 


1874 


p;inier 


4305 


560 


1862 


Elmer Brown 


2157 


606 


1861 


Elmer K. 


4295 


580 


1891 


p;imer Plarl 


2160 


1593 


1880 


p;imer Putnam 


4584 


1163 


1878 


p;imer Thaddeus 


4285 


1798 


17S1 


p;ionathan 


559 


1 194 


1830 


p:inora Henderson 3149 


1772 


1895 


Klroy Dean 


5185 


856 




p;isie Case 


4036 


1883 


1871 


Klsie L. 


1532 


1768 


1870 


p;iwin LeRoj' 


2728 


2029 


1815 


Kmeline 


1 181 


996 


1829 


Kmeline 


1722 


594 




Emeline 


2653 


5208 




timeline E. 


4067 



284 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1869 


Emerson 


4114 


1879 


Ethel Leroy 


4184 


1872 


Flora Belle 


4500 


1891 


Emerson Arthur 


4115 


1887 


F;thel Mary 


4221 


1897 


Flora Bertha 


1149 


1856 


Emerson Guilford 5077 


1885 


Ethel May 


4814 A 


1S63 


Flora lionise 


"35 


1836 


Eniery Gilbert 


4551 


1886 


Ethel Murray 


2545 




Flora M. 


5095 




Emily 


923 


1889 


F'thel Persis 


4484 


1S79 


F'lorence 


2594 


1820 


Eiiiily 


43S2 




Etta 


2749 


1880 


F'lorence 


450S 


1839 


Emily 


1003 




Flugene 


1099 




Florence 


2745A 


1847 


Emily 


2890 


1852 


F;ug;ene A. 


4653 


1870 


Florence Adella 


2498 


1853 


Emily 


1205 


1852 


Eugene Borellii 


2560 


1884 


Florence Allen 


4566 


1856 


Emily 


1207 


1879 


Eugene FHliott 




1890 


Florence Conway 4630 




Emily 


1528 




White 


2424 




Florence E. 


2501 




Emily 


2557 


1850 


Eugene H. 


1066 


1900 


Florence F;niily 


4056 


1826 


Emily 


4053 


1857 


Eulettie Marion 


4341 


18S0 


Florence Hopliin 


S4146 


1834 


Emily E. 


4389 


1713 


Eunice 


80 


1890 


Florence Lillian 


4670 




Emily M. 


1094 


1737 


Eunice 


199 


iSSs 


Florence M. 


2317 


1805 


Enima 


1077 


1749 


F;unice 


221 


1858 


Florence Mary 


2856 




Emma 


2230 


1770 


Eunice 


759 


I86I 


Florence May 


3270 




Emma 


2766 


1771 


Fluuice 


569 




Forest 


2658 


1852 


Enima 


4265 




Fhmice 


887 


1884 


Forest G. 


1975 


1855 


Emma 


2840 


1784 


F;unice 


869 


1885 


Forrest Conner 


2337 


1886 


Emma 


4256 




FUmice 


1009 


IS64 


Foster Darwin 


4015 




Emma 


5013 




Eunice 


1315 




Frank 


795E 


I90I 


Emma E. 


2846 




Eunice 


1340 




Frank 


1098 


I86I 


Emma Etta 


1753 


1795 


Eunice 


18S4 




Frank 


1286 


1849 


Emma Frances 


2190 


1S33 


Eunice 


4086 




Frank 


2152 


1850 


Emma Frances 


3175 




Eunice 


2753 


IS57 


Frank 


3046 




Emma G. 


4S07 




Eunice E. 


5143 


1859 


Frank Lewis 


5155 


IS54 


Emma Jane 


4815 


1836 


Eunice FHizabeth 1342 


1864 


Frank 


2598 


1870 


Emma Jane 


2471 


1S17 


Eunice Eliza 


2095 




F'rank 


2745 


1886 


Emma Josephine 


4660 




Eva 


1336 




Frank 


2764 


IS64 


Emma Lydia 


33S0 


1879 


Eva 


2465 


1862 


P'rank 


4231 


1862 


Emma Mildred 


4136 


1872 


Eva 


2592 


1867 


Frank 


4244 


I85I 


Enford 


2838 




Eva 


3138B 


1865 


F^rank 


1516 


1897 


Enford 


2845 




Eva 


4245 


I8S3 


Frank 


4228 


1793 


Enoch 


1923 


1852 


Eva Florence 


3292 


IS97 


F'rank 


5161 


1794 


Enoch 


1380 


1871 


F;va Marion 


3056 




F'rank 


5011 


1875 


Enoch 


4251 


1872 


F^va May 


4634 




Frank 


5058 




Enoch Ijncoln 


2774 


1854 


Eva Gertrude 


5170 


IS4I 


Frank B. 


1066 


1845 


Enoch S. 


4435 


1S99 


F^van Gilman 


4346 


IS73 


Frank Caldwell 


4520 


1698 


Ephraim 


no 


1795 


F'vander 


2111 


IS34 


F'rank Carter 


169S 


1723 


Ephraim 


356 


1796 


F'velina 


1878 


IS89 


Frank Clark 


4524 


1725 


Ephraim 


357 




Eveline 


1312 


IS72 


Frank David 


2515 


1740 


F^phraim 


352 


1890 


F'verett Alden 


4205 


1843 


Frank Delong 


402S 


1764 


Ephraim 


820 


1834 


F^verett Augusti 


S4075 


IS44 


Frank Elliott 


4502 


1765 


F'phraim 


796 


1902 


Everett Reader 


4504 


1849 


Frank FAigene 


3006 


I77I 


Flphraim 


799 


1851 


F;verett Willis 


4554 


1859 


Frank G. 


1453 


1805 


F'phraim 


lOOI 


1811 


Ezek B. 


1326 


IS76 


Frank George 


4284 


1823 


Flphraim 


2120 


1773 


Ezra 


766 




F'rank George 


4371 


1836 


Ephraim Alfred 


2340 




Ezra 


1986 


1875 


F'rank Hardin 


2516 




Ephraim C. 


40S8 


1821 


F^zra Anthony 


1492 


1858 


F'rank Hartland 


3151 


1848 


Ephraim Fletcher4ioi 


1S17 


F;zra Curtin 


956 


IS69 


Frank Herbert 


1 155 


1898 


F'phraim Fletcher462o 




F;zra Jackson 


3261 


IS82 


Frank L. 


2320 




F;rastus 


5022 


1821 


F^zra I^ovejoy 


3133 


1873 


Frank Levi 


5138 




Erastus Wolcott 


832 


1806 


F;zra Thoms 


3280 


1872 


Frank Louthan 


4143 


1886 


Erma Louise 


4581 








1862 


Frank Munroe 


3220 




Ernest 


1351 




p 




1849 


Frank Newell 


3304 


1863 


Finest D. 


1686 








1872 


Frank Oliver 


4498 


1896 


F;rnest Fillmore 


4492 


1623 


Faith 


4 


1851 


Frank Salter 


2414 




Ernest H. 


2517 


1877 


Faith 


4593 


I88I 


Frank Stone 


2416 


I87I 


Ernest H. 


339S 




F'annie 


795J 


1895 


Frank W. 


1549 


1872 


FIrnest Kilborn 


33S7 




Fannie 


2229 




Frank Wallace 


627 


i860 


Ernestine 


41 10 


1879 


Fannie Cornelia 


4316 


1867 


Frank Wallin 


1512 


1886 


FIrwin I^. 


5032 


1855 


Fannie F;ileva 


1 106 


1854 


Frank Wellington 416S 




Essie 


2836 


1852 


Fannie H. 


1684 


1866 


Frank Wilmarth 


1550 


1767 


Esther 


537 




Fannie M. 


1330 


1855 


Franklin 


4289 


1769 


Esther 


344 


1887 


Fannie M. 


3374 


1877 


Franklin Herbert 5193 


176- 


Esther 


829 


1884 


Fannie Yelyea 


3060 


1600 


Francis 


I 


1769 


FIsther 


5211 


1872 


Fanny F'liza 


1559 


1663 


F'rancis 


29 


1794 


Esther 


1877 


1823 


Fannj' Jane 


3145 


1694 


Francis 


97 


1798 


F;sther 


1317 


1878 


F'anny Thurston 


4478 


1724 


Francis 


276 


1799 


Esther 


1301 


1882 


Fay 


4680 


1731 


Francis 


278 


1827 


FIsther 


1304 


1882 


Fay S. 


2828 


1760 


Francis 


754 


1838 


Esther 


4026 


1837 


Fenelon 


2370 




Francis 


1012 


1807 


Esther Abbott 


2133 


1806 


Ferdinand 


1564 


1784 


Francis 


1869 


1895 


F:sther L. 


2844 


1822 


Fitch Hudson 


1266 


1793 


Francis 


T3 


1879 


F;stelle 


4290 




Fletcher 


1627 


1796 


FYancis 


1898 


1868 


Ethel 


4587 


1789 


Flint 


849 


1898 


F'rancis 


3346 


1889 


F;thel 


2159 


1876 


Flora 


1958A 


1853 


Francis 


4578 


1891 


F;thel 


3159 


1869 


Flora 


5035 




Francis 


5078 


1883 


Ethel Diana 


4649 


1857 


Flora 


51 14 


1857 


Francis Abbott 


4150 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



•J85 



rSSy 

1843 
1881 



1873 
1S30 
1844 
1796 



1900 

1S49 
1827 
1830 
1855 

1842 
1821 
1887 
1842 
1840 

1859 

1865 
1882 



1855 
1870 
1855 

1878 
1864 
1895 



1858 
1856 
1740 



1850 
1890 



1855 
1835 



1859 
1873 
1832 
1871 

1S77 

1857 
1852 
181 2 
1829 
1855 

1S66 
1840 

1739 
1767 
1813 



Francis Abbott 4152 
Francis Augustus 1225 
Francis Dunbar 4345 
F'rancis Kdmund 2353 
Francis Ephraini 4617 
Francis Lorenzo 4491 
Francis Oren 1899 

Francis Owen 2392 
Francis Putnam 3150 
Francis Theodore 3367 
Frances 982 

Frances 2200 

Frances 2602 

F'rances 4358 

Frances 5019 

Frances Adelle 2519 
Frances Ardella 4459 
Frances K. 2500 

Frances E. 2583 

FrancesElizabeth 1032 
FrancesF^lizabeth 1033 
Frances Evelyn 4081 
Frances H. 907 

Frances Johnson 3230 
Frances M. 3210 

Frances Melissa 4534 
Frances N. 
Frances Sarah 
Fred 
Fred 
Fred 

Fred Clark 
Fred Ernest 
Fred H. 
Fred Henry 
Fred Lee 
Fred Martin 
Fred Milliken 
Fred Myers 
Fred Palmer 
Fred R. 
Fred Royce 
Fred Simeon 
Fred W. 
Fred William 
Freda May 
Frederick 



2555 
1 174 
2751 
4512 
4099 
5176 
4449 
1636 

4499 
5113 
2162 

3293 
1734 
31S4 
2222 
1362 
5139 
1505 
3020 

4541 
204 
133S 



3347 
2325 
2373 
1632 
4441 
5102 
5103 
1037 



Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick 
Frederick A. 
Frederick Alonzo 3045 
Frederick Arnold 1337 
Frederick Arthur 2259 
Frederick C. 3317 

Frederick Carson 5026 
Frederick Clark 4616 
Frederic Cyrus 2191 
Frederic Cyrus 4155 
Frederick DuBois 4597 
Frederick Henry 2651 
Frederick James 2170 
Frederick P. 3316 

Frederick Robert 2774 
Frederick 

Stilhnan 4162 

FrederickTruman253i 
Frederick Wilson 4032 
Frederick Wilson 4038 
Freelove 200 

Freelove 517 

Freelove 1264 

Freeman Myron 4322 



a 

1836 Gabriel 
1790 Gardner 

Gardner 
1800 Gardner 
1821 Gardner 

George 

George 

George 
1S05 George 

George 
1832 George 

1823 George 
1825 George 

1836 George 
1865 George 
1895 George 

George 

George 

George A. 
1820 George Addison 
1855 George Addison 
1865 George Ansel 
1864 George Arthur 
1869 George Arthur 

1844 George B. 
1S60 George Bradley 
1835 GeorgeBradstreet33S9 

1837 George Burrows 3235 
1830 George Clark 3094 

1845 George D. 1530 
1875 George Dominick 2393 

George E. 5092 

1842 George Elbridge 1733 

1862 George Elmer 

1872 George Everett 

1838 George F. 
1848 George Forrest 
1818 George Francis 
1848 George Franklin 254, 
1S4S George Franklin 3191 
1851 George Frederick 2255 
1901 George Georke 3312 
1832 George H. 3322 
1832 George H. 4350 

George H. 1496 

i860 George Hancock 3022 
1805 George Handel 
1855 George Henry 
1869 George Henry 

George Henry 
1861 George Hiram 
1872 George Hoadly 
1886 George Homer 

1829 George Jackson 
1803 George Jefferson 1939 
1869 George Joseph 

Harrington 

1S02 George Joy 

1841 George Kimball 

1875 George Lemuel 

1876 George Lemuel 
1892 George Leonard 
1S32 George Milton 
1SS2 George Nelson 
1837 George P. 
1855 George Pierce 

1830 George Rex 
1837 George Samuel 
1S21 George 

Summerset 

1789 George Sumner 

1876 George Torrey 

1824 George W. 
1840 George W. 
1879 George W. 
1847 George Warren 
i860 George Warren 

George 

Washington 



4432 

i8go 

1 678 A 

16S0 

1893 
922 
lOII 

1967 
2032 
1802 
1940 
2176 

4130 
2164 
1248 
2450 
2650 
5121 
436A 
2iig 
4609 
4570 
4659 
4497 
1448 
114S 



1360 

4427 

863 

4633 
3350 



S60 
2178 
5 1 S3 
3108 
4639 
4675 
4482 
3258 



2422 
1117 
2419 
4622 
46S4 
4638 
3076 
2252 
2401 
1972 
3026 
2619 

4801 
2128 
1066 
436 
2554 
3202 
3303 
4133 



1367 



1815 
1817 
1824 
1826 



1 80s 
1S73 
i8.sr 
1S71 
1S49 
1851 
1850 

1871 
1842 
1S12 



1857 
1890 

1872 
1875 

1846 
1886 
1S17 
1750 
1775 
1798 
1 886 
1S9S 

1 893 
1886 
1900 
1829 



1865 
1870 
1880 

1866 
1877 
i8og 
18S2 
1862 
1867 
1 884 
1S79 
1877 
1880 
1866 
1S64 
1881 
1S48 
1846 
1756 
1824 

1S75 
1 886 
1872 
1868 



1 68 1 
1683 
1697 
171- 
1720 
1721 
1728 
1724 



George 

Washington 
George 

Washington 
George 

Washingtoti 
George 

Washington 
George 

Washington 



3138 
2683 
2578 
2648 
4373 



George Wheaton 1439 
George Wheeler 
George William 
George William 
Georgiana 
Georgiana 
Georgiana 

Jackson 
Geneva Augusta 
Geraldine 
Gerard 
German 
Gertrude 
Gertrude 
Gertrude 

Gertrude Anna ^^___ 
Gertrude Arnold 4144 
Gilbert 1742A 

Gilbert H. 3177 

Gilket Lawrence 4095 



4533 
4575 
2390 
4079 
4080 

4216 

4545 
2861 
2132 
595 
2835 
4464 
4461 
3120 



Gillett 
Gilman 
Gihnan 
Gilman 
Gladys 
Gladys M. 
Gladys Nellie 
Glynn Holmes 



1447 
613 
1569 
2667 
4681 
2329 
2253 
4179 



Gordon Littlefield2895 



Gordon T. 
Grace 
Grace 
Grace 
Grace 
Grace 
Grace 
Grace 

Grace Adelaide 
Grace Alma 
Grace Bubier 
Grace Ethel 
Grace L. 
Grace Ijllian 
Grace ^L 
Grace Marion 
Grace May 
Grace May 
Grace Nevins 
Grant 
Granville 
Granville B. 
Green Walden 
Grizzell 
Gustavus 

Washington 
Guy Brnten 
Guy Eugene 
Guv Llewellyn 
Guy S. 

H 

Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 
Hannah 



3010 
1 100 
1599 
2558 
3334 
4615 
3090 
4098A 
4518 
4555 
1 199 
44S9 
3143 
4052 
2321 
2260 
2080 
3186 
309S 
4112 
2357 
3372 
2079 
224 

4342 
3165 
3179 
4457 
2223 



50 
51 
114 
65 
262 
267 
340 
369 



286 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1740 


Hannah 


160 


1880 


Harry John 


3008 


1825 


Henry 


14S0 


1740 


Hannah 


201 


1870 


Harry O. 


2533 


1826 


Henrj' 


5122 


1748 


Hannah 


380 


1899 


Harry O. 


2534 


1S30 


Henry 


4090 


1748 


Hannah 


805 


1877 


Harry Patterson 


3178 


1S44 


Henry 


4805 


17— 


Hannah 


415 


1872 


Harry Ralph 


3207 


1847 


Henry 


2833 




Hannah 


634 




Harry Russell 


2614 


i860 


Henry 


4266 


1753 


Hannah 


669 


1882 


Harry S. 


3173 




Henry 


4310 


1758 


Hannah 


138 


1886 


Harrv Salter 


4210 


1834 


Henry A. 


3355 


1759 


Hannah 


705 


i860 


Harry W. 


1688 


1861 


Henry A. 


4241 


175- 


Hannah 


209 


1859 


Harry Weston 


3047 


1869 


Henry Allison 


3332 


176- 


Hannah 


445 


1775 


Harvey 


780 


1823 


HenryAugustus 


1 775 A 


176- 


Hannah 


421 


1804 


Harvey 


1404 


1852 


Henry Augustus 


4513 


1765 


Hannah 


724 


1827 


Harvey 


2563 




Henrv Ballon 


1224 


1768 


Hannah 


493 


1850 


Harvey Harlow 




1875 


Henrv Clavton 


4663 




Hannah 


727 




Gross 


4536 


1864 


Henry D. ' 


1546 


1767 


Hannah 


797 


1808 


Harvey Nichols 


2673 


1842 


Henrj- Dexter 


4407 


1779 


Hannah 


802 




Har^-ey Nichols 


4368 


1850 


Henry Edmund 


4560 


1769 


Hannah 


779 


1862 


Hattie 


2182 


1900 


Henrv Edmund 


4262 


1778 


Hannah 


557 




Hattie 


2750 


1856 


Henry Ellis 


4564 


1784 


Hannah 


1762 




Hattie 


4828 


1836 


Henrv Elmer 


2781 


1784 


Hannah 


795Z 


i860 


Hattie Cordelia 


1267 




Henry F. 


1917 


1785 


Hannah 


1655 


1859 


Hattie Elona 


1307 


1835 


Henry F. 


2551 


1788 


Hannah 


917 


1S79 


Hattie Eugenie 


4480 


1805 


Henry Laurens 


21 13 


1789 


Hannah 


1594 




Hattie E. 


2502 


1S58 


Henrj^ Lester 


4132 


1785 


Hannah 


962 


18S0 


Hattie Eora 


2475 


1864 


Henry Lewis 


2496 


1793 


Hannah 


965 


1864 


Hattie M. 


2145 


1882 


Henry Marshall 


4529 


179- 


Hannah 


1587 


i860 


Hattie :Maria 


1134 


1826 


Henry ISIastin 


2848 


1798 


Hannah 


1668 


1875 


Hattie Mav 


5097 


1828 


Henry N. 


2499 


18— 


Hannah 


876 




Hazel 


3301 




Henry Putnam 


Soo 


1802 


Hannah 


1824 


1883 


Hazel 


5067 


1874 


Henry 




1804 


Hannah 


985 


1899 


Hazel G. 


2330 




Rockerfellow 


4260 


1806 


Hannah 


1321 


1893 


Hazel Mary 


4642 


1864 


Henrj- S. 


1504 




Hannah 


142 1 


1893 


Hazel 


5160 


1876 


Henrv Sheldon 


4157 


18II 


Hannah 


1984 


1834 


Helen 


2549 




Henry J. 


4312 


1831 


Hannah 


2550 


1865 


Helen 


16S9 


i860 


Henrv Tallman 


4465 




Hannah 


2898 


1888 


Helen 


4466 


1797 


Henry Tarbell 


1775 


1874 


Hannah 


4250 


1892 


Helen 


2433 


1S07 


Henry Wilson 


3036 


IS55 


Hannah Beale 


4830 




Helen 


5010 


1718 


Hepzibah 


117 


1808 


Hannah Berry 


1929 


1892 


Helen Adelaide 


3308 


17 — 


Hepzibah 


411 


I84I 


Hannah D. 


4434 


1S78 


Helen Anabel 


4214 


1744 


Hepzibah 


738 


1828 


Hannah Ellen 


2366 


1S43 


Helen Ann 


2679 


177- 


Hepzibah 


440 


1870 


HannahElizabeth 4682 


1878 


Helen Caldwell 


3105 


1783 


Hepzibah 


961 




Hannah L- 


1214 


1S59 


Helen Clark 


1707 


1S34 


Herbert 


2198 


1810 


Hannah Morrison 865 


1863 


Helen E. 


2879 




Herbert 


4400 


1798 


Hannibal 


1879 


1844 


Helen Eliza 


1970 


1S54 


Herbert CUnton 


2876 


I83I 


Hannibal 


1875 


1899 


Helen Hartt 


4261 


1S59 


Herbert D. 


3373 


1794 


Happy 


873 


1876 


Helen Louie 


3095 


1S93 


Herbert Edward 


4223 


1839 


Harlan Page 


2790 


1830 


Helen M. 


1070 


1892 


Herbert Elliott 


436F 


IS90 


Harold 


423S 




Helen M. 


4632 




Herbert M. 


4097 


1894 


Harold A. 


4293 


1895 


Helen Maria 


4240 


1S74 


Herman H. 


2568 


1902 


Harold Brown 


4429 




Helen Mercj^ 


2228 


1847 


Hester Victoria 


4411 


1893 


Harold CHfford 


4233 


1900 


Helen ^lav 


4419 


1741 


Hezekiah 


217 


1885 


Harold William 


3017 




Helen Rulh 


4425 




Hezekiah Sharp 


795C 




Harriet 


728 




Helen Sophia 


2192 


1S05 


Kibbard 


2656 




Harriet 


881 


1804 


Helena Ann 


1118 


1868 


Hilda Eliza 


4477 


1806 


Harriet 


1521 


1805 


Helena Ann 


1119 




Hiram 


1241 


1 80S 


Harriet 


1356 


1812 


Henrietta 


1125 


1S20 


Hiiam 


1470 


I8I4 


Harriet 


2006 


1874 


Henrietta Esther 


4683 




Hiram 


1578 


ISI5 


Harriet 




1627 


Henry 


7 


1822 


Hiram A. 


3352 


1820 


Harriet 


2736 


1656 


Henry 


25 


1812 


Hiram Baker 


2451 




Harriet 


3247 


1689 


Henry 


94 


1840 


Hiram Burleigh 


2677 


18.SI 


Harriet 


4254 


170- 


Henry 


62 




Hiram James 


1494 


1838 


Harriet Ann 


3392 


1719 


Henrj- 


266 


1862 


Hiram O. 


4335 


1833 


Harriet Bradley 


1138 


1738 


Henry 


203 


1875 


Hiram Snell 


4249 


1837 


Harriet Elizabeth 4367 


1746 


Henry 


687 


180S 


Holiis 


1143 




Harriet Jeannette 1551 


1752 


Henry 


690 


1809 


Hollis 


1144 




Harriet X. 


894 


177- 


Henry 


453 




Homer 


592 


I8S2 


Harriet Pardee 


4600 


178- 


Henry- 


522 




Homer 


2709 


1822 


Harriet Pearson 


1128 


1783 


Henry 


514 


185S 


Homer 


4656 


I8I3 


Harriet Sophia 


3137 




Henry 


770E 


1883 


Homer Comstock 


4049 


1869 


HarrietteAug-usta 


4532 


1786 


Henry 


1763 


1854 


Homer Janes 


4479 


I8I2 


Harris 


2666 


1795 


Henry 


1381 




Horace 


2716 




Harrison 




1800 


Henry 


1517 


1851 


Horace 


1498 




Elsworth 4158A 1 




Henry 


1844 




Horace Ballon 


1 231 


1878 


Harrison Walter 


4177 




Henry 


1851 


1S72 


Horace Bertram 


2535 


1876 


Harry Creighton 


2380 




Henry 


1963 


1880 


Horace Bright 


4200 


1890 


Harrv D. 


1547 




Henry 


2204 


1S41 


Horace E. 


1328 


1896 


Harry E. 


2328 




Henry- 


2559 


iSio 


Horace Franklin 


2822 


1883 


Harry Erwin 


4134 


iSoo 


Henry 


2791 


1807 


Horace Hicks 


1308 


1859 


Harry Jones 


2615 


18x9 


Henry 


3332 


1861 


Horace Kendrick 2675 



POvSTKRlTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 287 



1838 


Horace Langdon 


4355 




J 




1864 


James Samuel 


2386 


1826 


Horace Putnam 


3089 




J B 


1222 


i860 


James W. 


2220 




Horace S. 


624A 




J. Wilson 


1988 


i8so 


James Warren 


4120 


1833 


Horace Sanborn 


2674 


171- 


Jacob 


66 


1887 


James Warren 


4219 


1868 


Horace Wheeler 


1272 


1747 


Jacob 


163 


1838 


James Watts 


2185 


1824 


Horatio 


1187 


1757 


Jacob 


731 


1841 


James Wesley 


1091 


IS80 


Horatio Burdett 


1066 


1764 


Jacob 


561 


1868 


James William 


4543 


1792 


Hosea 


1281 


1772 


Jacob 


737 


1823 


James Withey 


2426 




Howard 


4246 


17S6 


Jacob 


459 


1751 


Jane 


490 


IS82 


Howard Merritt 


5189 


1810 


Jacob 


1826 


1781 


Jane 


654 




Howen 


1271 


1835 


Jacob James 


2566 




Jane 


1295 


I8I9 


Hulda 


3050, 


1819 


Jacob vSunmer 


1184 




Jane 


1602C 


1788 


Huldah 


1027 


176S 


James 


747 


1822 


Jane 


1416 


I8I8 


Huldah 


2503 


1669 


James 


31 




Jane 


4404 




Huldah 


3284 


16S4 


James 


49 


1851 


Jane 


5064 




Huldah 


4819 


i695 


James 


113 


1847 


Jane Almeda 


2714 




Huldah 


5060 


171- 


James 


133 


1848 


Jane Charlotte 


1354 


1820 


Huldah M. 


1854 


1720 


James 


354 


1835 


Jane Ann 


4336 


I83I 


Huntington 




1736 


James 


142 


1822 


Jane T. 


2484 




Lyman 


3132 


1739 


James 


402 


1845 


Jane Victoria 


4012 


1769 


Hutchinson 


763 


1747 


James 


804 


1 791 


Jared 


2094 


1837 


Hymenia C. 


1073 


1755 


James 


807 




Jared 


2105 








1760 


James 


830 


1887 


Jared 


2600 




I 






James 


976 


1824 


Jarvis 


1374 


1896 


Ida 


4473 


1762 


James 


40S 




Jason 


1598 


1855 


Ida Ella 


3176 


1765 


James 


562 




Jason Branch 


1600 


1855 


Ida Forest 


4474 


1766 


James 


420 


1894 


Jason G. 


2327 




Ida L. 


2612 


1769 


James 


4°3 


1819 


Jason Rude 


5178 


1889 


Ida May 


5169 


1772 


James 


1574 


1857 


Jasper 


4655 


183 1 


Ignatius Pierpontii7o 


1773 


James 


842 


1878 


Jasper 


1508 




lima 


5 1 38 A 


1775 


James 


520 


1842 


Jasper Eliphalet 




IS87 


lone 


2158 


1776 


James 


683 




Nott 


4033 


1876 


Ina 


5040 


1779 


James 


I6S2 


1876 


Jay 


5050 


1868 


Ina I,. 


2449 


1782 


James 


685 


1854 


Jay Warren 


3064 


IS65 


Ina Josie 


3155 


1782 


James 


846 


1S93 


Jeanne 


4462 


1875 


Inez Mabel 


3228 


1782 


James 


5005 


1896 


Jean McClelland 


2442 




Inez May 


2489 


1789 


James 


1 164 


1768 


Jedediah 


725 


I7SI 


Ira 


853 


1790 


James 


974 


171- 


Jemima 


118 


1795 


Ira 


1914 


1 791 


James 


915 


1740 


Jemima 


284 


1798 


Ira 


611 


1791 


James 


13S7 


iSii 


Jemima 


1674 


1800 


Ira 


1284 


1 791 


James 


1 66s 


1840 


Jennie 


4027 




Ira 


1965 


1 791 


James 


1766 




Jennie 


2100 




Ira F. 


1919 


1 194 


James 


12S2 


1871 


Jennie 


2444 




Ira Lester 


4030 


1798 


James 


599 




Jennie 


2705 


1861 


Ira Merrill 


4017 


1801 


James 


1391 




Jennie 


3073 


1848 


Ira Patchen 


3043 


1802 


James 


1711 


i860 


Jennie C. 


2463 




Ira William 


5126 


iSog 


James 


2134 


1858 


Jennie Eliza 


2726 


ISI8 


Irena 


1415 


1S12 


James 


2203 


1864 


Jennie lionise 


1136 


1894 


Irene I. 


4324 


1S13 


James 


955 


i88s 


Jennie I^ouise 


4451 


1833 


Irene T. 


3012 


1813 


James 


2691 


1885 


Jennie M. 


4292 


1896 


Irving 


4123 


1814 


James 


4117 


1862 


Jennie Merrill 


3296 


i860 


Irvin Eugene 


4051 




James 


5108 


18S4 


Jennie Morse 


4580 


1873 


Irving K. 


3399 


1827 


James 


5075 


1764 


Jeremiah 


1760 


1902 


Irving Laine 


4448 




James 


5148 


1794 


Jeremiah 


i960 


1733 


Isaac 


272 




James 


5179 


1796 


Jeremiah 


1966 


1770 


Isaac 


736 


18S9 


James Arthur 


4121 


1834 


Jerome 


3079 


1795 


Isaac 


1801 


1805 


James Augustus 


1406 


1840 


Jerome 


2374 


1809 


Isaac 


1983 


1831 


James Curtis 


2440 


1857 


Jerome 


4234 


ISI5 


Isaac 


1242 


186s 


James Edgar 


1376 




Jerome B. 


5154 


1826 


Isaac Bancroft 


2233 


1858 


James Edward 


4565 


1817 


JeromeBonaparte 1692 




Isabella G. 


4158E 


1874 


James Edward 


1514 


1790 


Jerusha 


1028 


1849 


Isabella Isadore 


1083 


1853 


James Frederick 


4217 


1877 


Jerrie Maddox 


4547 


1902 


Isabella Lunetta 


4494 


1826 


James Franklin 


3075 


1770 


Jesse 


678 


IS78 


Isabelle Maud 


4579 


1812 


James Harvey 


3044 




Jesse 


1745 


I8I8 


Isabinda 


1371 


1820 


James Hicks 


1292 




Jesse 


5181 




Isadore 


795 K- 




James Hill 


1288 


1878 


Jesse Austin 


5099 


1723 


Isaiah 


275 


1879 


James Horace 


2729 


1889 


Jessie 


5054 


1756 


Isaiah 


752 


1870 


James Kibben 


4475 


1863 


Jessie 


5028 


1787 


Isaiah 


1870 


i860 


James Leonard 


5080 


1881 


Jessie Garfield 


1228 


I8I6 


Isaiah 


32S9 


1807 


James Marshall 


1558 


1864 


Jessie Olive 


4613 


I8I9 


Isaiah 


2S31 


1819 


James Munroe 


2168 


1801 


Jethro 


2687 




Israel 


616 


1837 


James Munroe 


2882 


1735 


Joanna 


400 


1754 


Israel 


703 


1827 


James Nelson 


1503 


1736 


Joanna 


401 


1793 


Israel 


5107 


1840 


James Olin 


"54 




Joanna 


1805 


1750 


Israel 


Sioi 


1825 


James P. 


3321 


1800 


Joanna 


1934 


I84I 


Israel Parshall 


2637 


1857 


James P. 


1499 


1803 


Joanna Horton 


1812 




Issacca 


921 


T839 


James Parshall 


2628 




Joel 


906 


1888 


Iva Gwendoline 


4550 


1802 


James Peters 


181 1 


17S4 


Joel 


913 


1873 


Ivy Eugenia 


4662 


1841 


James Porter 


3157 




Joel 


4808 


1875 


Izora 


3171 




James R. 


4158F 


1816 


Joei 


2883 



288 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



r62s 


John 


5 




1664 


John 


39 


1854 


1661 


John 


27 


1886 


1668 


John 


19 


1831 


1689 


John 


70 




1697 


John 


99 


1832 


1699 


John 


in 


1885 


1713 


John 


131 


1832 


1723 


John 


263 


1808 


1724 


John 


180 


1869 


1725 


John 


172 


1829 


1726 


John 


137 


1824 


1727 


John 


145 


1879 


1728 


John 


270 


1864 


172- 


John 


310 


1819 


1732 


John 


193 


1826 


1739 


John 


261 


1850 


1745 


John 


379 


1 861 


1747 


John 


216 


1843 


1751 


John 


667 


1882 


1759 


John 


501 


1843 


1759 


John 


504 


1852 


1760 


John 


722 




17— 


John 


417 




1 761 


John 


427 


1833 


1763 


John 


535 


1840 




John 


589 


1808 




John 


587 


1826 


1771 


John 


841 




1771 


John 


449 


1795 


1776 


John 


442 


1887 


177- 


John 


664 




177- 


John 


836 


1846 


1774 


John 


901 


1799 




John 


905 


1800 




John 


920 


1769 


1779 


John 


852 


1798 


1780 


John 


558 


1S51 


17S3 


John 


604 


1864 


1783 


John 


17S7 




1784 


John 


1209 


1870 


1787 


John 


967 


1805 




John 


1059 


1821 


17S8 


John 


1279 


1828 


1788 


John 


1764 


1823 


1789 


John 


1664 


1877 


1789 


John 


1213 


1845 


1790 


John 


460 


1S26 




John 


729 


1853 


1791 


John 


1658 


1774 


1 791 


John 


1595 


1818 


1792 


John 


1297 


1734 




John 


1607 


1753 


1796 


John 


2075 


175- 


1797 


John 


1 196 


1759 


1797 


John 


1219 


1762 


1798 


John 


1383 


1 165 


1799 


John 


1679 




1799 


John 


5085 


1777 




John 


1748 


1787 


1800 


John 


1057 


178- 


1801 


John 


1087 






John 


1090 


1816 




John 


1 1 13 


1836 


1804 


John 


1981 




1812 


John 


1827 


1829 


1817 


John 


4800 


1814 


1820 


John 


1704 


1793 


1822 


John 


4307 




1827 


John 


2436 


1734 


1833 


John 


2438 


1853 


1829 


John 


16S3 


1898 


1846 


John 


1206 


1855 


18.51 


John 


4602 




1870 


John 


1109 


1882 




John 


2652 






John 


5056 


1S72 


18— 


John Augustus 


461 


1S59 


1836 


John Addison 




1857 




Gurley 


2747 





John B. 
John Beal 
John Beal 
John Brazer 
John Calvin 
John Cary 
John Conrad 
Joseph Clark 
John Clough 
John Darwin 
John Darwin 
John Devens 
John Kdgar 
John Kdniund 
John Kdson 
John Kdward 
John Edwin 
John Kliner 
John Fletcher 
John P'rancis 
John Franklin 
John Frederick 
John G. 
John Henry 
John James 
John James 
John Jay 
John ly. 
John Langdon 
John Lougee 
John Martin 
John Melvon 
John Murray 
John Newman 
John Newman 
John Norwood 
John Norwood 
John Oscar 
John P. 
John Palmer 
John Perley 
John Person 
John Putnam 
John R. 
John Sharpe 
John W. 

John Watterman 
John Wesley 
John Wesley 
John Wheeler 
John Wood 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan 
Jonathan F'rench 
Jonathan B. 
Jonathan Blaney 
Jonathan Cook 
Jonathan N. 
Josephine 
Josephine 
Josephine 
Josephine A. 
Josephine F;ilen 

Edgecomb 
Josephine h'. 
Josephine Maria 
Josephine 

Stillmanette 



5152 


163- 


4229 


1666 


4629 


1675 


1649 


1693 


5163 


1697 


1509 


170- 


5068 


1718 


3136 


1721 


624 


1723 


4022 


1727 


4014 


1743 


2261 


1744 


2395 


1752 


3130 


1764 


2870 


1775 


3354 


177S 


31S2 




1708 


1779 


4337 


1780 


2397 


17S2 


2077 


1783 


2358 


1791 


2871 


1793 


4359 


1795 


3357 


1799 


2462 




5007 


iSii 


2897 


1S14 


1729 


1815 


2643 


1844 


4330 




5204 




2407 




1 1 15 


1833 


1 1 16 


1841 


450 


1S15 


1112 


1887 


4048 


1872 


4243 


1815 


2347 


1S34 


33S4 


1824 


1132 


1S24 


3051 


1826 


185S 


1S20 


4047 


1S36 


3201 


1775 


1259 


1841 


2649 


1S04 


4414 


1806 


519 


1853 


4S10 


1856 


375 


1S62 


366 


1848 


614 


1783 


225 


1819 


775 


1815 


761 


1S20 


891 


1722 


l6si 


1732 


87S 


1768 


15S4 


1795 


26S6 


1809 


2S24 


1S33 


375 


1816 


5002 


1S07 


2236 


1676 


1949 


1712 


993 


1719 


1497 


1735 


151 


1742 


42SS 


1747 


4294 


175- 


5023 


1780 


S98 






1802 


2425 


1827 


3170 


1 80S 


4824 






1721 


4163 


1760 



Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
■ Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 
Joseph 



40 

33 

71 

98 

60 

81 

286 

288 

191 

378 

218 

668 

777 

1650 

903 

1050 

499 

1849 

563 

989 

964 

1029 

966 

2645 

2244 

904 

5015 

"53 

4042 

4829 

5000 

5147 



Joseph Augustus 1002A 

Joseph Augustus 2350 

Joseph B. 1866 

Joseph B. 2574 

Joseph Baker 4023 

Joseph Bigelow 2859 

Joseph Truman 2587 

Joseph Calvin 3005 

Joseph Edmund 3127 

Joseph F;dmund 3128 

Joseph F;verdeen 2256 

Joseph l-'rench 2219 

Joseph Hilton 451 

Joseph Hilton 1147 

Joseph L. 1677 

Joseph Lindsay 1S36 
Joseph McDowell 4472 

Joseph :Mitchell 1236 

Joseph R. 1454 

Joseph Rodefer 1235 

Joseph Royal 2011 

Joseph W.' 5110 

Joseph William 1200 

Joseph Wilson 481 1 

Joshua 287 

Joshua 291 

Joshua 677 

Joshua 1961 

Joshua 1730 

Joshua 1731 

Joshua King' 1437 

Joshua Weeks 1139 

Josiah 34 

Josiah 124 

Josiah 127 

Josiah 281 

Josiah 285 

Josiah 363 

Josiah 621 

Josiah 843 

Josiah 3181 

Josiah FJmerson 2669 

Josiah Sanborn 4363 

Judah 2664 

Judson 1804 

Judith 268 

Judith 697 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



289 



1772 


Judith 


679 






Judith 


998 


1817 


1781 


Judith 


1653 




iSgi 


Judith 


4420 


1872 




Julia 


2023 


1857 




Julia 


2718 


i860 


180^ 


Julia 


1076 


181S 


1816 


Julia 


1703 


1818 




Julia 


2724 


1878 




Julia 


5197 


1833 


1852 


Julia Adelaide 


4107 


1849 


1855 


Julia Alphonsine 


S076 


1862 


1840 


Julia Amanda 


3236 


1S84 


1854 


Julia Ednah 


4563 


1886 




Julia Kthel 


5203 




1808 


Julia Maria 


2821 


1S57 


1865 


Juliana Dunklee 


4076 


i8s8 


1805 


Justus 


2034 


iS'83 


1805 


Kate 


5006 


185S 




Kate Florence 


4009 




1857 


Kate Wentworth 


3295 


1824 


1880 


Kate Marian 


5167 


1858 


1899 


Katherine 




1873 




Elizabeth 


4676 


igoo 


1899 


Kathrvn 








Elizabeth 


2443 




1888 


Kenneth 


1066 


1870 


1876 


Kenneth 




1850 




Wilberforce 


4521 






Langdon 


1678 


1893 




Langdon 


3001 


1786 


1804 


L,aura 


1320 




1811 


L,aura 


2730 




1815 


Laura 


1446 


1789 


1822 


Laura 


1720 


1879 


1333 


Laura 


3395 


1750 


1837 


Laura 


3086 


1769 


1888 


Laura 


2323 


1807 


1853 


Laura Addle 


2740 




1839 


Laura Aurelia 


3032 


1894 


1830 


Laura Berry 


339 


1844 


1856 


Laura Electa 


3065 


1839 


1858 


Laura Electa 


3066 


1810 


1856 


Laura Ella 


1543 




1893 


LauraHoughtaling4i5i 






Laura J. 


1527 




1817 


Laura Jane 


1538 




1876 


Laura Louna 


2863 


1866 


1853 


Laura Maria 


2487 


1883 


1 868 


Laura May 


1 180 


1810 


1842 


Lauren 


2539 


1841 




Lavina B. 


628 


1829 


1S53 


Lawful 


1243 


1814 


1823 


Leander 


2582 




1835 


Leander 


2527 


1S13 


1838 


Leander 


4804 


1837 


1879 


Lee Hallett 


4447 


1S48 




Leavitt Bennett 


1743 


1S23 


1821 


Leonard 


2504 


1869 


1831 


Leonard 


2597 


1 888 


1864 


Leonard A. 


4607 


1846 


1837 


Leonard Abbott 


4008 




1885 


Leonard D. 


2599 


1883 


1809 


Leonard Kimball 


1943 




1S85 


Leon D. 


5195 


1861 


1875 


Leon H. 


4000 


1844 


1892 


Leoren Daboll 


3119 




1857 


Lelia Emma 


4487 


1820 


1755 


Lemuel 


827 




177- 


Lemuel 


793 


1886 


1793 


Lemuel 


2129 


1881 


1819 


Lemuel 


41 19 


1S18 


1822 


Lemuel 


4128 


1841 


1857 


Lemuel 


4628 


i8so 


1871 


Lena Maud 


5145 


1782 


1840 


Lenime 


1324 




1849 


Lester H. 


2826 






Letitia Josephine 


5199 






Leurett 


1433 


i88s 


1805 


Levi 


1936 


1829 



Levi M. 

Lewis 

Lewis 

Lewis Culver 

Lewis Erwin 

Lewis F. 

I.ewis Goodell 

Lewis Lepretel 

Lewis Sessions 

Lewis Weld 

Libbie Anise 

IJUian 

Lillian Delia 

Lillian Gertrude 

Lillian I. 

Lillian Jennette 

Lillie May 

Lilias S. 

Lilla 

Lilly 

Liudsay Amory 

Lindsay E. 

Linna Augusta 

Lionel Townsend 

Lizzie 

Lizzie A. 

Lizzie Etta 

Lizzie Melissa 

Lizzie Tike 

Llewellyn 

Loamey 

Lockwood 

Loderma 

Loderma 

Louie Maude 

Lois 

Lois 

Lois 

Lois 

Lois 

Lois A. 

Louis F;ilsworth 

Louisa 

Louisa 

Lonisa 

Louisa 

Louisa 

Louisa 

Louisa 

Louisa A. 

Louisa A. 

Louisa Caroline 

Louisa F;imeda 

Louisa Foster 

Louisa Jane 

Louisa M. 

Louisa Merrill 

Louisa S. 

Louise 

Louise 

Iconise Ellis 

Louise Ruhama 

Louise Steele 

lyora Gorilla 

Loren Edmund 

Loren Wallace 

Lorenzo 

Lorenzo F. 

Lorette 

Lorna 

Lotta Mildred 

Lotus 

Lou ran 

Lorzina 

Lovell 

Lovette 

Lovia 

Lovina 

Lovina Agnes 

Lovina 



1495 


1822 


I.ozina 


2595 


2482 


1887 


Luella Estelle 


4668 


2754 




Lucien 


3097 


I50I 




Lucina 


883 


5030 


1852 


Lucina lone 


2546 


2446 




I,ucinda 


893 


4124 


1S26 


Lucinda 


2584 


1444 


1S40 


Lucinda 


3088 


4685 




IvUcinda 


4348 


2851 




Lucinda 


5012 


4339 


1S31 


Lucinda Emeline 


2237 


2589 


1833 


Lucinda M. 


3027 


2398 


1827 


Lucius 


2577 


3168 




I^ucius 


1783 


2235 


1S31 


Lucixjs 


1 191 


1 162 


1834 


Lucius 


5029 


4515 




Lucius 


5120 


2316 




Lucius I<oring 


2246 


4623 


1846 


Lucius Marshall 


2247 


4010 




IvUcretia 


333 


978 


17S- 


Lucretia 


691 


2318 




I^ucretia 


909 


4356 




Hicretia 


1609 


1 156 


1S16 


Lucretia 


2865 


3259 




Lucretia 


2758 


1329 


1777 


Lucy 


512 


4070 




Lucy 


924 


4106 




Lucy 


1232 


1738 




IvUcy 


1405 


4486 


1787 


Lucy 


2027 


656 


1807 


Lucy 


2114 


2742 




Lucy 


2140 


770 1 




Lucy 


2175 


787 


1825 


Lvicy 


3024 


4562 


1833 


Lucy 


2020 


208 




Lucy A. 


1602D 


837 




Lucy A. 


3000 


875 




Lucy A. A. 


1843 


2174 


1883 


Lucy Amelia 


4481 


4422 


1830 


Lucy Ann 


1 137 


1331 


1834 


Lucy Ann 


2300 


2792 


1839 


Lucy Ann 


401 1 


575 


1805 


Lucy B. 


1941 


1395 


1867 


Lucy Lippitt 


4141 


1610 


1833 


Lucy JL 


3381 


1752 


18S9 


Lucy Mahala 


4222 


2333 


1878 


I^ucy May 


4306 


3273 


18S0 


Lucy Mildred 


4215 


4596 


118- 


Lucy Rust 


1646 


3315 


1858 


Lucy Storrs 


2112 


2607 


1765 


Luddin 


227 


3131 


1829 


Luddin 


1507 


3265 


1S61 


Luida 


4606 


4352 




Lulu 


2572 


1179 


1882 


Lulu 


5053 


1323 


1867 


Lulu Belle 


4531 


3161 


1758 


Luther 


773 


2457 




Luther 


1852 


4673 


1799 


Luther 


2031 


2413 


1815 


Luther 


2682 


1005 




Luther 


4370 


1757 


1864 


IvUvern L. 


2639 


1066 


1698 


Lydia 


"5 


4020 


1727 


Lydia 


277 


2495 


1732 


Lydia 


279 


4530 


17 — 


LJ"dia 


412 


2604 


1756 


Lydia 


425 


1867 


176- 


Lydia 


432 


1294 


1765 


LJ'dia 


446 


4417 


1766 


I^ydia 


566 


4344 


1767 


Lydia 


762 


3068 


177- 


I,ydia 


424 


1364 


1780 


Lydia 


582 


4282 


1787 


Lydia 


786 


577 


1791 


Lydia 


586 


2661 




Lydia 


810 


1352 


1793 


Lydia 


i860 


713 


1796 


Lydia 


5084 


3269 




Lydia 


1051 


2564 


1804 


Lydia 


2670 



290 



INGALLS GENEALOGY, 



IS07 


Lydia 


1440 


1S97 


Marion 


Louise 


5 1 86 




1809 


Lydia 


2115 




Marion 


Louise 


5206 


17S6 


ISI2 


Lydia 


24S1 


1875 


Clarion 


Rosette 


5033 


17S7 


1S25 


Lydia 


2510 


1835 


^Larion 


Wallace 


2403 


1787 




Lvdia Ann 


1307A 


1871 


Marion 


Wallace 


4202 


179- 


I8I4 


Lydia Aun 


4043 


1873 


Marion Worceste 


r2744B 


1791 




Lydia Helen 


4S03 


■S95 


Mark 




4463 


1791 


IS4I 


Lydia Jane 


2166 


1713 


Martha 




105 


1792 




Lydia M. 


5091 


1775 


Mariha 




456 


1793 




Lydia Nichols 


4825 


1788 


:Maitha 




991 




.S25 


Lyman 


3211 




Martha 




999 


1794 


IS32 


Lyman 


3219 




Martha 




1964 


179- 


IS28 


Lyman Northup 


1560 


1S08 


Martha 




2S02 


179- 




Lyman R. 


5127 


1812 


Martha 




1151 






Ij 




1829 


Martha 




2S67 


1796 






1835 


Martha 




4386 


1797 




Mabel 


2708 


1844 


Martha 




2832 


1798 


I86I 


Mabel Abby 




1S44 


Martha 




437S 


1798 




Devereux 


2421 


1853 


Martha 




5112 




1872 


Mabel Agnes 


3057 


1856 


Martha 




1959 




isss 


Mabel Dudley 


4577 


lSs8 


Martha 




4230 


1800 


1S66 


Mabel Edwiiia 


J 726 


1S43 


Martha 


Ann 


1365 


1800 


1S92 


Mabel Elizabeth 


3019 


1861 


Martha 


Ann 


267S 


1801 




Mabel Estelle 


1173 


1809 


Martha 


B. 


3286 


1S03 


1S73 


Mabel Illie 


4183 


1S60 


:ilartha 


Clarabell 3142 


1803 


1890 


Mabel L. 


2829 


1829 


Martha 


E. 


2437 


1803 


1S72 


Mabel Lillian 


2 1 54 A 


1S49 


Martha 


Elizabeth 4412 


1803 


1S84 


Mabel Lulu 


2544 


17S6 


Martha 


Heath 


1640 


1806 


1880 


Mabel Margaret 


4665 


i8=;8 


Martha 


I. B. 


4605 


1808 


1S97 


Madeline Ross 


4631 


1826 


Martha 


Maria 


1 190 


iSii 


1S81 


Madge Ogden 


5156 


1859 


Martha 


Maria 


4164 






Maggie 


1339 


1838 


Martha 


Tutlle 


1034 


1811 


iSio 


Mahala 


1690 


1815 


Martin W. 


1525 


1815 




Mahala 


4349 


163- 


Marv 




9 




1817 


Malenda 


4044 


1659 


Mary- 




26 


182- 


1818 


Malvina 


332S 


1668 


Mary 




41 






Maranda 


1315A 


16S8 


Mary 




69 


1S21 


1895 


Marcella 


4423 


1691 


Mary 




95 




1S6S 


Marcellus 




1691 


Mary 




107 


1821 




Harrison 


4323 


1697 


Mary 




56 




1849 


Marcia Elniera 


2680 


170- 


Mary 




93 






Marcus Morton 


1602B 


1714 


Mary 




247 




1705 


JIargaret 


112 


1716 


Mary 




132 


1824 


1732 


^Margaret 


1 82 


1719 


Mary 




169 


1824 


1735 


Margaret 


350 


1720 


Mary 




^Z? 


1S26 


1795 


Margaret 


402 


1722 


Mary 




1S6 




1805 


Margaret 


1197 


1727 


Mar3- 




358 




18^8 


Margaret Ann 


1344 


1730 


Mary 




341 


1869 


1847 


Margaret Elzina 


4445 


1734 


Mary 




198 




1S21 


Margaret Jane 


2S72 


1735 


Mary 




313 




1884 


Margaret Marvin 2090 


1737 


Mary 




351 


1873 


1853 


Margaret Prentiss 1204 


1740 


Mary 




196 


1880 




Margaret Virgini 


15205 


1742 


Mary 




478 




18S8 


Marguerite 


31T5 


1745 


Mar3' 




S03 




1894 


Marguerite Sarah 3309 




Mary 




618 




170- 


Maria 


63 


1749 


Mary 




666^ 




1749 


Maria 


637 


1750 


Mary 




164 


1848 


177- 


Maria 


662 


1750 


JIary 




174 


1865 




Maria 


824 


1751 


Mary- 




740 




iSoi 


Maria 


1075 




Mary 




770D 


1851 


1 80S 


Maria 


952 


1752 


Mary 




S14 


1853 


1821 


Maria 


2018 


1755 


Mary 




443 




1824 


Maria 


2195 


1757 


Mary 




243 


1867 


1S65 


Maria 


2520 


1757 


Mary 




500 


1845 


1847 


Maria F. 


3393 


1761 


Mary 




706 


1848 


1842 


Maria Louise 


4409 


1766 


Mary 




821 




1818 


Mariett 


2467 


1769 


Mary 




568 


1801 




Marietta 


1529 


1769 


Mary 




798 


1813 


1812 


Marietta 


2S04 


177- 


Mary 




455 


1S14 




Marietfe 


131 1 


177- 


Mary 




423 


1814 




Marian E. 


4569 


1774 


Mary 




795W 


1817 


1827 


Marian Maria 


2874 


1775 


Mary 




477 


1818 


1879 


Marion 


4594 


1776 


Mary 




556 






Marion 


4300 


1776 


Mary 




902 


1821 


1891 


Marion 


4467 


1777 


Mary 




457 


1824 


1892 


Marion 


4239 


1779 


Mary 




653 


1827 


1900 


Marion Brown 


44cS 


1785 


Mary 




776 


1841 


1876 


Marion Ethel 


4264 




Mary 




795lv 


1842 


1876 


Marion Gertrude 


4444 


17S5 


Mary 




867 


1878 


1887 


Marion Louise 


3307 




Mary 




886 


1830 



Mary 

Marv 

Marj- 

Mary 

Mary 

Jlary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Marv 

Marj' 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Alary 

Mary 

Mary 

:Mary 

Marv 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mar3' 

Mary 

Mary 

Marj' 

Mary 

Mary 

Ma r J' 

Mar-' 

aiary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

:Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

Mary 

:siary 

Mary Abba 

Mary Abbie 

Marj- Agnes 

Virtue 
IMarj' Alice 
Mary Alice 
ZMary Alice 
Mary Amelia 
Mary America 
]\Iary Amy 
:Mar\' Ann 
Mary Aun 
Marj- Ann 
Mary Ann 
Mary Ann 
JIary Ann 
Mary Ann 
Mary Ann 
Mary Anu 
Marj' Ann 
Mary Ann 
Mary Ann 
Marj' Ann 
Marj' Anna 
JIary Ann D. 



1770 
870 

1212 
495 

1794 

5207 

1931 
1596 
977 
972 
1588 
1589 
1806 
1S61 
2030 
1822 
1976 
1019 
1023 
1318 
1669 
1695 
573 
1 167 
2655 
3279 
1289 
1700 
954 
980 
3038 
2734 
2761 

1255 
1394 
1953 
1418 
2576 
1612 
2332 
2007 
2115 
3337 
1S95 
2688 
4025 
4142 
4360 
4455 
1959A 
2624 
5020 
5062 
5153 
3187 
436B 

2420 
3063 
1375 
4062 
iioS 
1234 
4159 
S31 
984 
2454 
2868 
3048 
2735 
4126 
1566 
1693 

4383 
2147 
21S1 
4626 
2086 
2625 



POvSTKRiTY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



291 



1835 
1861 

1835 
1786 

1834 
1842 
1842 
1836 
1865 
1835 
1837 
i860 

1854 
1836 

1834 



1822 
1827 
1837 
1840 

1856 
I87I 
1883 

iSii 
1827 
IS40 

1842 
I85I 

1856 
1858 
1895 

1872 

1873 

1880 
1862 

1807 

1838 
1839 
1857 
1850 

1839 
185 1 
1882 
I8I9 
1846 
1829 
1838 
I83I 

IS48 

IS36 

1826 

1802 
1862 
1843 



1787 



1869 
1888 
1884 
1878 
1872 



Mary Ardell 
Mary Augusta 
Mary B. 
Marj' Balch 
Mary Bassett 
Mary Blackler 
Mary Bourne 
Mary Bowdoin 
Mary Caroline 
Mary Carter 
Mary Dakin 
Mary Davy 
Mary Dianna 
Mary E. 
Mary Ellen 
Mary Ellen 
Mary BUlen 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Elizabeth 
Mary Ethel 
Mary Elzadia 
Mary F. 
Mary Frances 
Mary Frances 
Mary Frances 
Mary Frances 
Mary Frances 
Mary Frances 
Mary Frances 
Mary Goodell 
Mary Grace 
Mary Hackley 
Mary Hamlin 
Mary Ida 
Mary Jane 
Mary Jane 
Mary Jane 
Marj' Jane 
Marj' Jane 
Mary Jane 
Mary Johnson 
Mary Josephine 
Mary L. 
Mary Lillian 
Mary I^ovina 
Mary Lucy 
Mary M. 
Mary Margaret 
Mary Malaville 
Mary Mower 
Mary P. 
Marj^ Palmer 
Mary R. 
Mary Russell 
Mary Stevens 
Mary Stevens 
Mary Susan 
Mary T. 
Mary Tarbell 
Mary Theresa 
Mary Zerviah 
Marshall 
Marvin 
Maude 
Maude 
Maude 
Maud 

Maud Alice 
Maud Huntington 
Maud Leona 
Maud May 
Matid Muler 

Horton 
Maude S. 



I8I6 


1S83 


Maurice George 


1751 


1666 


Moses 


30 


4526 


1869 


Maurice H. 


4505 


1687 


Moses 


85 


862 


1875 


Maurice Lee 


305S 


1756 


Moses 


640 


694 


1795 


Matilda 


1067 


1760 


Moses 


673 


2439 


1810 


Matilda 


1701 


179S 


Moses 


1597 


2381 


1828 


Matilda 


1491 




Moses 


1625 


3158 




Matilda Corinne 


5202 


1800 


Moses 


1977 


3214 




Matilda Robinsor 


710 


1822 


Moses 


1635 


2387 


1890 


Mattie B. 


2842 




Moses 


1788 


1 146 


1875 


Mattie Lena 


3183 




Moses 


2763 


2193 


1869 


Mattie Morse 


4426 


1830 


Moses Chandler 


3111 


1555 


1871 


May 


4506 




Munroe 


2703 


1552 


i88o 


May Belle 


1452 


18S1 


Muriel 


4595 


46P4 




May D. 


1545 


1806 


Myra 


19S2 


2348 


18S9 


May Rose 


2530 


1S82 


Myra 


2412 


3222 


171- 


Mehitable 


120 


1897 


Myra 


2603 


4258 


1723 


Mehitable 


250 


1882 


Myra Louise 


5168 


2654 


1746 


Mehitable 


207 


186S 


Myra Prindall 


3164 


3252 


1764 


Mehital)le 


507 


1864 


Myron Eugene 


1511 


2850 




Mehitable 


621 


1836 


Myron H. 


4321 


4041 


1759 


Mehitable 


672 


1896 


Myron Munroe 


4325 


4139 


1762 


Mehitable 


733 


1892 


Myrtie Caroline 


4485 


4I58B 




Mehitable 


1417 


18S4 


Myrtle Janet 


4438 


2I2I 




Mehitable 


1778 


1872 


Myrtle B. 


3156 


15 13 




Mehitable A. 


1920 








2417 


I Sod 


Mehitable 


1922 




N 




1737 


1822 


Melinda 




1814 


Nahum Hinckley 


1828 


1838 




Beardsley 


3126 


1772 


Nancy 


518 


I775C 


1853 


Melissa Agnez 


3255 


177- 


Nancy 


1570 


1732 


1884 


Melissa Rachel 


4618 


1783 


Nancy 


866 


1004 




Mellen 


1850 


178- 


Nancy 


1585 


2428 




Melline Fawsett 


251S 


1788 


Nancy 


1889 


2780 




Melville 


1013 


1790 


Nancy 


585 


3377 


1870 


Melville Edgar 


4674 


1796 


Nancy 


2130 


4456 


1842 


Melville F;zra 


4559 


1800 


Nancy 


328B 


4619 


1883 


Melville Spencer 


3029 


1801 


Nancy 


1 130 


2183 


1841 


Melvin Dorr 


4501 


1803 


Nancy 


1645 


279 


1S74 


Melvin Leon 


4071 


1820 


Nancy 


2096 


4599 


1835 


Melvin Luther 


4068 


182 1 


Nancy 


1821 


4019 


1837 


Menzo 


4087 


1828 


Nancy 


4137 


1229 


17— 


Mercy 


418 




Nancy 


2769 


2672 


1822 


Mercy Marie 


2231 


1880 


Nancy 


4253 


1293 


1823 


Mercy Marie 


2232 




Nancy 


5018 


2884 


1884 


Mernie Olive 


5031 


1827 


Nancy Agnes 


4386 


30S7 


187S 


Merrill F^ranklin 


4207 


1S19 


Nancy B. 


2684 


5079 


1S54 


Merrill Whittier 


2415 




Nancy Clark 


3100 


3333 


1S36 


Merritt 


iSiA 


1S47 


Nancy F'lizabeth 


3345 


3162 


1899 


Merritt 


5187 


1843 


Nancy Ellen 


2889 


3267 


1873 


Mertie May 


5146 


183 1 


Nancy Jane 


2565 


2507 


1878 


Merton 


5051 


1859 


Nancy Jane 


2494 


3125 


1796 


Michael 


1218 


1808 


Nancy S. 


2201 


4212 


1794 


Michael Bassett 


1217 


1798 


Naomle 


983 


1910 


1764 


Micajah 


645 


iSii 


Narcissa 


1864 


4403 


1S93 


Mildred C. 


2640 


1818 


Napoleon 




3394 


1876 


Mildred Katherinei34S 




Bonaparte 


3139 


4S22 


1891 


Mildred Mina 


4652 


1830 


Napoleon 




4390 




Miles 


1955 




Bonaparte 


1687 


2346 


1850 


Miles William 


1950 


1811 


Nason 


2762 


1857 


1870 


Millie 


2793 


1847 


Nason 


4436 


1746 




Millie W. 


17S5 


1755 


Nathan 


751 


2112 




Milley 


892 


1779 


Nathan 


1840 


4104 




Milo 


2692 


1792 


Nathan 


5083 


3189 


1847 


Milo Horace 


2537 


1S06 


Nathan 


2657 


4296 


1874 


Milo Lawrence 


2539 


1822 


Nathan 


2211 


3093 


1823 


Milo Melvin 


3072 


1829 


Nathan Benj. 




4209 




Milton Miletus 


2249 




Moulton 


5093 


3129 




Minerva 


596 


1826 


Nathan Bradshaw 3253 


3217 


1878 


Minnie 


2570 


1S22 


Nathan Griffin 


1855 


2015 


1868 


Minnie Helen 


1092 


1660 


Nathaniel 


16 


1736 


1855 


Minnie Isabelle 


2227 


1675 


Nathaniel 


44 


2659 


1885 


Minnie Louise 


4650 


1692 


Nathaniel 


57 


3272 




Miranda 


1912 


1695 


Nathaniel 


72 


5052 


1864 


MoUie Adalaide 


4469 


1703 


Nathaniel 


92 


2880 




Montie Berona 


4525 


1727 


Nathaniel 


252 


n 4669 


1892 


Montraville 




1730 


Nathaniel 


140 


4328 




Benjamin 


2509 


1730 


Nathaniel 


189 


2474 


1831 


Moody 


192Z 


1735 


Nathaniel 


382 




1804 


Morrill 


1671 


1737 


Nathaniel 


195 


2423 


1892 


Morris Clinton 


2S93 


1 75 1 


Nathaniel 


365 


1534 


1840 


Morton 


2304 


17— 


Nathaniel 


416 



292 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



177- 


Nathaniel 


661 


1810 


Orin Barker 


1944 


1766 


Peter 


790 


1765 


Nathaniel 


718 


1839 


Orin Beach 


1515 


1814 


Peter Badau 


1411 




Nathaniel 


918 


1845 


Orlando Blaisdel 


3169 




Peter 


5149 


I8I3 


Nathaniel 


1443 


1838 


Ornaldo Byron 


4496 


1725 


Phebe 


289 




Nathaniel 


50S2 


1878 


Orlando DuBois 


4598 


1750 


Phebe 


768 


1795 


Nathaniel Collins 


1045 


1824 


Orpha 


3134 


176S 


Phebe 


791 


1773 


NathanielPeabody 681 


1885 


Orpha 


2690 


1778 


Phebe 


844 


1822 


NathanielPeabod 


S'3002 


1841 


Orpha L. 


4392 


1787 


Phebe 


1848 




Nathaniel Pollard 


2243 




Orrin Jason 


5016 


1791 


Phebe 


1876 


1805 


Nathaniel T. 


1274 




Orson 


2694 




Phebe 


1398 


1780 


Nehemiah 


I84I 


1818 


Orson 


4377 


1804 


Phebe 


1813 




Nellie 


I34I 


1833 


Orson Merrill 


4017 




Phebe 


2141 




NelUe 


2707 


1816 


Or\-illa 


3067 


1806 


Phebe 


2671 


i86i 


NclUe 


5027 




Or\-ille 


5119 




Phebe Haj-es 


1699 


1867 


Nellie 


4280 


1844 


Or\-illa Adeste 


3054 




Philanda 


896 




Nellie 


5061 


18S1 


Orrille Arthur 


4327 




Philetus 


5150 


1893 


Nellie E. 


2326 




Orville Utley 


4060 


1833 


PhiUp Blake 


5130A 


1866 


Nellie Louise 


2497 




Osborn 


1061 


1796 


Philip Nerton 


1081 


1858 


Nellie Maria 


1544 


1S35 


Osborn M. 


2400 


1795 


Philip Penn 


1 195 


1892 


Nellie May 


1548 


1869 


Osborn Milton 


2389 


1774 


PhiUp Wheeler 


571 


1885 


Nellie Muriel 


3II3 




Oscar 


1410A 


1758 


Phineas 


753 


1814 


Nelson 


3248 




Oscar 


1808 


1797 


Phineas 


1885 




Nelson 


I678B 


1839 


Oscar F. 


2528 


1886 


Phineas 


3349 


1895 


Nelson Powell 


2894 


1822 


Oscar Fitzland 


4812 


1840 


Phineas Berry 


3341 


1S18 


Newell 


3298 




Oscar Gilman 


1924 


1857 


Phineas Dexter 


5024 




Newton 


1807 




Oscar J. 


1602A 


1901 


Phineas Haney 


3343 




Newton 


4072 




Oscar Lincoln 


4832 


1856 


Phineas Henry 


3348 


1845 


Newton 


5034 


1866 


Osgood Frank 


1413 


1845 


Plummer E. 


5180 




Newton 


4072 


i860 


Osman Baker 


629 


1856 


Polly Grace 


4332 


1826 


Newton Shepard 


I0S2 


1864 


Osman Mastin 


1154A 


1706 


Priscilla 


116 




Nicholas Kilts 


5017 




Osmyn Sylvester 


4061 


1728 


Priscilla 


188 


1883 


Nina 


1974 


1779 


Otis 


541 


1753 


Priscilla 


702 


1856 


Nina B. 


4381 


1790 


Otis 


1280 




Priscilla 


716 


1885 


Nina Bell 


2573 


1803 


Otis 


1333 




Priscilla 


1779 


1877 


Nina Evelyn 


4664 


1807 


Otis 


1002 


1799 


Priscilla 


1797 


1881 


Noah Charles 


4538 


1822 


Otis 


1373 


1800 


Priscilla 


1823 


1855 


Noah Dyer 






Otis 


5125 


1809 


Priscilla 


3246 




Cleveland 


4537 


1833 


Otis Fitz henry 


1334 


1763 


Putnam 


699 


1870 


Nora 


3344 


1859 


Otis Henry 


3204 


1789 


Putnam 


1765 




Nora 


5014 


1857 


Otis LeRoy 


5179 


1796 


Putnam 


1769 


1833 


Norman 


2725 


1885 


Otis Ulj'sses 


2479 


1799 


Putnam 


1776 


1829 


Norman R. 


1957 


1844 


Owen Burnham 


3238 


1800 


Putnam 


1810 


1880 


Norman William 


1958C 


1864 


Owen Lovejoy 


5071 


i8o6 


Putnam 


1814 


1809 


Norton 


1408 










R 




1878 


Nowell 


2355 




P 

















Page 


717 


1713 


Rachel 


125 


1757 


OUve 


828 




Parker 


770B 


1862 


Rachel Melissa 


4111 


1760 


Olive 


642 


1813 


Parker 


1819 




Rainsford 


1024 


1760 


Olive 


732 


1815 


Parma 


1370 




Ralph 


1350 


1781 


Olive 


2010 




Parmelia 


600 


1870 


Ralph 


4589 


179- 


OUve 


1586 


1793 


Parmelia 


2022 


1887 


Ralph 


4237 


1794 


Olive 


1298 


1S14 


Parmelia 


1691 


1896 


Ralph 


1506 


1801 


Olive 


1402 


1827 


Parmelia 


2019 


1835 


Ralph Walby 


2627 


181- 


Olive 


1253 


1839 


Pascal Pierce 


4558 


181 1 


Ransom 


1358 


1818 


Olive 


1718 




Patience 


20S8 


1836 


Ransom Benjamin 2590 


1819 


Olive 


4045 




Patience Adelaide 2076 


1890 


Ransom Edgar 


4274 




Olive 


2102 


1892 


Patience Hale 


2532 


1858 


Ray 


2841 




Olive 


2104 




Pattie Adeline 


1756 


1892 


Ray 


4468 


1855 


Olive 


1245 


178- 


Pattv 


1573 




Raymond 


1270 


1837 


Olive Ann 


2756 




Patty 


1577 


1892 


Raymond 


4271 




OUve Ancelia 


2109 


1894 


Paul" Vernon 


2336 


1883 


Raymond Eugen 


s 4170 


1830 


Olive Burlingham 4085 


1S06 


Pauline 


1713 


1659 


Rebecca 


166 


1827 


Oltvo C. 


2384 


1822 


Paulina C. 


3106 


167- 


Rebecca 


45 


1788 


Olive Grosvenor 


2093 


1805 


Peabody 


1696 


1731 


Rebecca 


271 


1793 


Olive Grosvenor 


2110 


1838 


Pearl Gilman 


3154 


1732 


Rebecca 


141 


1809 


OUve Preble 


1064 


1861 


Pearl L. 


1246 


1733 


Rebecca 


149 


1842 


Olive Sophronia 


2405 


1823 


Pearl Parker 


2866 


1753 


Rebecca 


241 


1770 


Oliver 


835 


1848 


Pearl Parker 


2862 


1756 


Rebecca 


695 


1806 


OUver 


795B 


1851 


Pearl Purcell 


4471 


1765 


Rebecca 


343 


1812 


OUver 


4040 


1873 


Percy 


3104 


1765 


Rebecca 


5209 




Oliver Barry 


2360 


1883 


Percy Howe 


4430 


1766 


Rebecca 


735 


1846 


Oliver Howard 


2250 




Percy 


5137 


1793 


Rebecca 


1773 




OUver P. 


2245 


1864 


Percie Bishop 


2864 


1794 


Rebecca 


1830 


1824 


Oliver Warden 


2359 


1811 


Perley Chase 


1601 


1802 


Rebecca 


1039 


1839 


Ophelia Maria 


2165 


1807 


Perley Wheeler 


1747 




Rebecca 


1046 


1852 


Oren W. 


5166 


1820 


Persis 


1372 


1805 


Rebecca 


1520 


1849 


Oriella Melinda 


1706 


1839 


Persis Osgood 


4624 


1838 


Rebecca Ann 


4031 




Orinda 


2167 




Peter 


617 


1803 


Rebecca Belcher 


IIOI 


1792 


Orin 


609 




Peter 


619 


1831 


Rebecca 




1808 


Orin 


1942 


1752 


Peter 


769 




Farnham 


1775E 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



293 



1836 


Rebecca Flint 


3223 


1769 


Rufus 


509 


1727 


Samuel 


181 


iSiS 


Rebecca Helen 


1 183 




Rufus 


1240 


1745 


Samuel 


238 


1899 


Rebecca Mary 


1239 


1816 


Rufus 


1950 


1746 


Samuel 


329 




Rebecca Newton 


loSo 
646 


1818 


Rufus 


1952 


1747 


Samuel 


636 




Rebecca Pearsons 


1891 


Rufus Allen 


4331 


1753 


Samuel 


623 




Reed 


2711 


1S36 


Rufus Frederick 


2776 




Samuel 


623A 




Rensaller 


1565 


1826 


Rufus Hills 


2772 


1763 


Samuel 


491 




Rensaller Childs 


40S9 


1836 


Ruhamah J. 


3013 


1763 


Samuel 


674 


1769 


Reuben 


748 


1SS4 


Ruie Florence 


4218 




Samuel 


715 


I7S6 


Reuben 


127S 


1833 


Rush 


5055 


1765 


Samuel 


746 


1796 


Reuben 


1389 




Rush 


5059 


1767 


Samuel 


448 


1798 


Reuben 


1S32 


i865 


Rush Haven 


4113 


1772 


Samuel 


792 


1804 


Reuben 


1303 




Rush Holcomb 


4313 


17— 


Samuel 


838 


1825 


Reuben 


2146 


i6s7 


Ruth 


36 


1776 


Samuel 


800 




Reuben 


2699 


166:? 


Ruth 


18 


1781 


Samuel 


1660 


1843 


Reuben 


3216 


1665 


Ruth 


59 


178- 


Samuel 


1576 


1828 


Reuxby Ann 


314S 


1699 


Ruth 


91 


1786 


Samuel 


1210 


181 1 


Rhobe Mason 


1442 


1717 


Ruth 


248 


1786 


Samuel 


1592 


1759 


Rhoda 


81S 


172- 


Ruth 


136 


1787 


Samuel 


1 192 


I78I 


Richard 


458 


1727 


Ruth 


371 


1789 


Samuel 


963 




Richard 


1169 


1739 


Ruth 


327 


1792 


Samuel 


1891 


1 791 


Richard Brown 


1215 


1745 


Ruth 


162 


1793 


Samuel 


1666 




Richard Holman 


2263 


1749 


Ruth 


239 


1799 


Samuel 


1069 


1836 


Richard Mayberry4557 


17— 


Ruth 


413 


1800 


Samuel 


650 


162 1 


Robert 


2 


1750 


Ruth 


381 


1802 


Samuel 


950 


1649 


Robert 


12 


1752 


Ruth 


638 


1804 


Samuel 


1519 


1679 


Robert 


47 


1767 


Ruth 


508 


1808 


Samuel 


1 102 


1773 


Robert 


405 


1774 


Ruth 


555 


1818 


Samuel 


626 




Robert 


714 


177- 


Ruth 


663 


1819 


Samuel 


2854 




Robert 


795F 


1789 


Ruth 


657 


1828 


Samuel 


1896 


1794 


Robert 


1642 




Ruth 


711 


1834 


Samuel 


4431 




Robert 


1629 


1S04 


Ruth 


5087 


1838 


Samuel 


3224 


1829 


Robert 


2778 




Ruth 


1269 


1892 


Samuel 


1829 




Robert 


4454 




Ruth 


2693 




Samuel A. 


1202 


I82I 


Robert Andrews 


3275 




Ruth 


3285 


1S96 


Samuel Benjamin 3226 


1873 


Robert CoUyer 


2379 




Ruth 


4298 


1836 


Samuel Edward 


2239 


1896 


Robert Dorrance 


5070 


1829 


Ruth 


5063 


1784 


Samiiel Grafton 


579 


1865 


Robert Henry 


2783 


1866 


Ruth 


5044 


1797 


Samuel Harris 


2644 


1842 


Robert Lamoud 


1347 


1S69 


Ruth 


458S 


i8=so 


Samuel Justice 


1355 


1874 


Robert M. 


2224 


1S96 


Ruth 


507 1 A 


1780 


Samuel Miles 


603 


1853 


Robert Moore 


3268 


1849 


Ruth Ann 


2641 


1810 


Samuel Moore 


3264 


1837 


Robert Morris 


3359 


1SS6 


Ruth E. 


2322 


1866 


Samuel Nichols 


2744A 


1838 


Robert Morrison 


3385 


1900 


Ruth Edna 


4279 


182S 


Samuel Otis 


2343 


I8S2 


Robert Ingersoll 


3091 


1815 


Ruth EU-ira 


2697 


1S33 


Samuel Otis 


2345 


1857 


Robert S. 


4109 


1S34 


Ruth Elvira 


4398 


1055 


Samuel Simpson 


1055 


I8I6 


Roby Norton 


1414 


1S92 


RuthEmeline 


4442 


1S45 


Samuel Wendell 


2306 


1897 


Rockwell Irving 


4319 




Ruth Esther 


5200 


iSoo 


Samuel William 


2084 


1832 


Rodman Henry 


2616 


1797 


Ruth Freeman 


496 


1833 


Samuel William 


2085 


1822 


Roger Tainter 


4046 


1799 


Ruth Freeman 


497 


1810 


Sappina 


1357 




Roosevelt 


1432 


1873 


Ruth Lavina 


4092 


1626 


Sarah 


6 


I90I 


Rosamond 


2376 


1891 


Ruth Zilpha 


1537 


1654 


Sarah 


14 


1823 


Rosanna 


1490 




S 




1672 


Sarah 


32 


1842 


Rosa Amelia 


3041 






167- 


Sarah 


22 


1837 


Rosalia 


2860 


175- 


Sabia 


211 


1677 


Sarah 


46 


1885 


Roscoe Conkling 


4329 


1799 


Sabia 


858 


1679 


Sarah 


35 




Roscoe 






Satchel 


2899 


1685 


Sarah 


84 




Cunningham 


4039 


1794 


Sachel Clark 


1675 


1693 


Sarah 


58 


IS5I 


Roscoe Homan 


3233 


1S79 


Sadie Myrtle 


3166 


1698 


Sarah 


100 


1852 


Roscoe Kohnoir 


4035 


178- 


Salinda 


1661 


170- 


Sarah 


74 


1852 


Rose Anna 


2312 


1865 


Sally Guiteau 


1563 


1710 


Sarah 


245 


1850 


Rosetta Elnora 


4539 


1858 


Sally Anthony 


4153 


1711 


Sarah 


^1% 


1888 


Ross 


4510 


1824 


Sally Jones 


2097 


1720 


Sarah 


178 


1864 


Roswell 


1562 


1876 


Sam 


1533 


1721 


Sarah 


170 


I8I6 


Roswell C. 


1277 


1829 


Samantha 


4384 


1724 


Sarah 


187 


1895 


Rowena Hills 


4443 


1634 


Samuel 


8 


172S 


Sarah 


'76 


I8I3 


Roxanna 


1839 


1650 


Samuel 


13 


1728 


Sarah 


183 




Roxanna 


4308 


1654 


Sumuel 


24 


1735 


Sarah 


325 




Roxinda 


5129 


1659 


Samuel 


37 


1736 


Sarah 


190 


1846 


Roxa 


1261 


16S3 


Sanmel 


83 


173S 


Sarah 


212 


182- 


Roxie 


1254 


1684 


Samuel 


67 


1738 


Sarah 


273 


1789 


Roxv 


328A 


t687 


Sanuiel 


53 


17 — 


Sarah 


414 


1805 


Roxy 


1257 


1689 


Samuel 


54 


1742 


Sarah 


353 


I87I 


Roy 


2794 


170- 


Samuel 


128 


1745 


Sarah 


635 


1884 


Roy Anderson 


4666 


1712 


Samuel 


246 


1745 


Sarah 


686 


I87S 


Roy L. 


3172 


1716 


Samuel 


167 


1748 


Sarah 


688 
726A 


1788 


Royal 


581 


1720 


Samuel 


134 




Sarah 


1793 


Royal 


2025 


1720 


Samuel 


184 




Sarah 


795l> 


1809 


Royal Wheeler 


1441 


1723 


Samuel 


82 




Sarah 


Ul 




Ruah 


712 


1726 


Samuel 


370 




Sarah 


I8I7 


Ruby Bridges 


195 1 


1733 


Samuel 


374 


1753 


Sarah 


741 



294 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1755 


Sarah 


670 




Sebra 


1223 


1852 


Stephen Warren 


2622 


1756 


Sarah 


282 


1837 


Selden B. 


2469 


1788 


Stevens 


1868 




Sarah 


809 




Selena 


1314 


1S91 


Stewart 


5025 


1762 


Sarah 


819 


1844 


Selinda S. 


4393 


1851 


Sumner Laughton 4439 


1765 


Sarah 


536 




Selma 


2723 


1S46 


Sumner Lee 


3368 




Sarah 


770C 


1814 


Semantha 


1523 


1831 


Sullivan 


4364 


1766 


Sarah 


778 


1799 


Serrell 


1390 


1793 


Susan 


2642 




Sarah 


598 




Seth H. 


1436 


1794 


Susan 


1897 


I77I 


Sarah 


720 


1808 


Seth Haskell 


1434 




Susan 


1641 


1772 


Sarah 


498 




Sewell 


890 


1S06 


Susan 


1672 


1775 


Sarah 


843 


1865 


Seymour Curtis 


2441 


1809 


Susan 


987 


1778 


Saiah 


602 


1875 


Sheffield 


4592 


1S19 


Susan 


2575 


1783 


Sarah 


847 


1S39 


ShermanJonathau439i | 




Susan 


2760 




Sarah 


926 




Shirley P. 


3234 


1S32 


Susan 


4024 




Sarah 


1018 


1733 


Shuball 


197 


1835 


Susan Augusta 


2301 




Sarah 


975 




Sidney 


1177 


1845 


Susan Augusta 


2189 


I7S2 


Sarah 


1761 


1816 


Sidney 


1 168 


1853 


Susan Emma 


4608 


1783 


Sarah 


2127 


1S23 


Silas 


2562 


1S59 


Susan Emma 


4335 


I7S8 


Sarah 


973 


1891 


Silas Luther 


3180 


1S50 


Susan Jane 


4160 


1789 


Sarah 


584 


1846 


Silas W. 


2514 


1S23 


Susan Stocker 


1 186 




Sarah 


1048 


1806 


Silvey 


1401 


1847 


Susan Tamson 


4338 


1789 


Sarah 


2028 


1736 


Simeon 


361 


1803 


Susanna 


1131 


1790 


Sarah 


1 193 


1749 


Simeon 


364 


1731 


Susannah 


373 


I79I 


Sarah 


855 


1754 


Simeon 


815 


1734 


Susannah 


280 


1792 


Sarah 


1 165 


1764 


Simeon 


789 


1756 


Susannah 


742 




Sarah 


1038 


1779 


Simeon 


576 


1762 


Susannah 


698 


1793 


Sarah 


1932 


1788 


Simeon 


1296 


1763 


Susannah 


658 


1793 


Sarah 


916 


1791 


Simeon 


850 




Susie Angie 


4354 


1797 


Sarah 


1921 


1794 


Simeon 


1659 


1774 


Sybil 


511 


1798 


Sarah 


1283 


1803 


Simeon 


2800 


176- 


Sylvanus 


834 




Sarah 


1803 


1805 


Simeon 


574 


1824 


Sylvanus 


1894 




Sarah 


1611 




Simeon 


5130 


17S3 


Sylvester 


774A 


177- 


Sarah 


1572 




Simeon Cook 


1493 


1785 


Sylvester 


2026 




Sarah 


1630 


1812 


Simeon Lester 


2823 




Sylvester 


897 


1804 


Sarah 


1712 


1834 


Simeon Martin 


2156 


1823 


Sylvester William 1031 




Sarah 


2008 


1789 


Smith 


1657 


1878 


Sylvia 


1958B 




Sarah 


2017 


1792 


Smith 


1954 




Sylvia 


4299 




Sarah 


2205 


1818 


Solan Eaton 


2825 




T 




I8I6 


Sarah 


2208 


1781 


Solomon 


1760 








Sarah 


2662 


1789 


Solomon 


1790 


170- 


Tabitha 


64 




Sarah 


4073 


1750 


Solomon 


6S9 


1728 


Tabitha 


139 


1854 


Sarah 


1368 


1792 


Sophia 


1767 


1727 


Tabitha 


290 




Sarah 


4809 


1795 


Sophia 


1800 


1735 


Tabitha 


292 




Sarah 


5106 


1806 


Sophia 


951 


1789 


Tabitha 


854 


1845 


Sarah Althea 


1971 


1S16 


Sophia 


3320 


1S03 


Tabitha 


1887 


I8II 


Sarah Ann 


1124 


1S28 


Sophia 


2196 




Tamson 


17S1 


181 2 


Sarah Ann 


1178 


1835 


Sophia 


21S4 


1810 


Tamson 


2665 


1819 


Sarah Ann 


1445 




Sophia B. 


632 


1835 


Tampson P. 


2626 


1847 


Sarah Augusta 


2466 


1802 


Sophronia 


1S34 


1827 


Thaddeus W. 


2596 


1809 


Sarah Curtis 


1837 




Sophronia 


2722 


1764 


Theodore 


756 


I817 


Sarah Cass 


2869 


1810 


Sophronia 


2S03 




Theodore 


lOIO 


1850 


Sarah Deborah 


4102 


iSii 


Sophronia 


1263 


1790 


Theodore 


1882 


1826 


Sarah K. 


2579 


1820 


Sophronia 


1719 


1827 


Theodore 


3376 


1834 


Sarah Eliza 


861 


1827 


Sophronia 


3025 




Theodore 


5104 


1867 


Sarah EHza 


2388 




Sophronia 


5109 


1827 


Theodore 




1799 


Sarah Elizabeth 


1 086 


184- 


Sophronia A. 


1262 




Augustus 


4813 




Sarah Elizabeth 


10S8 


1850 


Sophronia Emma 3388 


1835 


Theodore P. 


5128 


182s 


Sarah Elizabeth 


2437 


1866 


Sophronia Maria 


4645 


1862 


Theodore 




1846 


Sarah Elizabeth 


4573 


1796 


Spofford 


1933 




Wellington 


5116 


1848 


Sarah Elizabeth 


2169 


1S90 


Stanley L. 


2601 


1784 


Theophilus 


429 




Sarah Elizabeth 


4410 


1892 


Stanley Losee 


4276 


1800 


Theophilus 


1026 


1867 


Sarah Elizabeth 


4S17 


1 886 


Stanley Waldeu 


2081 




Theron N. 


3138C 




Sarah Elizabeth 


5094 


1879 


Stearns 


2623 


171S 


Thomas 


177 


1S12 


Sarah Emily 


1948 




Stella 


2099 


1737 


Thomas 


143 


1813 


Sarah Elvia 


3326 


1S74 


Stella 


2593 




Thomas 


335 


1824 


Sarah Foster 


3353 


1 882 


Stella 


5043 


1742 


Thomas 


328 




Sarah Jane 


588 


1661 


Stephen 


28 


1762 


Thomas 


505 




Sarah Jane 


1744 


1696 


Stephen 


109 


1787 


Thomas 


868 


1825 


Sarah Jane 


3375 


1710 


Stephen 


103 




Thomas 


953 




Sarah J. B. 


1918 


1737 


Stephen 


293 


1791 


Thomas 


1662 


1846 


Sarah lyouisa 


1353 


1737 


Stephen 


326 


1794 


Thomas 


981 


1857 


Sarah Lovina 


2493 


173- 


Stephen 


3" 


1818 


Thomas 


2309 


183 1 


Sarah Maria 


43S8 


1734 


Stephen 


342 




Thomas 


1063 


1847 


Sarah Maria 


3232 


1755 


Stephen 


242 




Thomas 


1220 


1790 


Sarah Putnam 


1771 


1 761 


Stephen 


785 


1824 


Thomas 


2435 


1827 


Sarah Putnam 


1775B 


1771 


Stephen 


326A 


1833 


Thomas 


2091 


1825 


Sarah Parmelia 


1502 


1777 


Stephen 


601 


1848 


Thomas 


1203 


1834 


Sarah Rowena 


2775 


1852 


Stephen 


1541 


1S52 


Thomas 


4226 




Sarah Williams 


833 


1826 


Stephen Marsha 


11 1554 


1 828 


Thomas Caldwell 3101 


1785 


Sebra 


515 




Stephen Raymond 5164 


1855 


Thomas Church 


4108 



POSTERITY OF JvDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



295 



1855 


Thomas E. 


2313 


1814 


Warren 




1 180 


1861 


William Daniel 


4181 


IS8I 


Thomas Garfield 


2315 


1892 


Warren 




2830 


1865 


William Daniel 


3023 


1804 


Thomas Jeffei sou 


1724 


1S93 


Warren 


Vlanning 


4224 




William Davis 


2733 


ISI4 


Thomas P. 


2207 


1S88 


Warren 


rruman 


4273 


1861 


William Ue Fores 


2727 


1798 


Thomas Russell 


2092 


1849 


Wellingt 


on 


4437 


1843 


William Ehenezc 


2638 


IS7S 


Thomas W. 


4227 




AVells H 


allon 


2618 


1S51 


William I'ranklin 


1749 


1720 


Timothy 


249 


1S80 


\verner K. 


2827 


1792 


William Fuller 


1006 


1763 


Timothy 


615 


1888 


Wilbur Rosman 


4651 




William H. 


1 201 




Timothy 


919 


i8sS 


Will Clarence 


3112 


1840 


William H. 


1987 


iSio 


Timothy 


2681 


1886 


Will Clarence 


3"4 


1806 


William Harrison 


2199 


1786 


Truman 


1291 


1844 


Wilfred Fisher 


2406 


1S16 


William Henry 


3266 


1801 


Truman 


1384 


1S73 


Wilfred Linton 


4203 




William Henry 


678C 


1888 


Truman 


4257 




Willard 




2151 


1834 


William Henry 


2238 


1833 


Truman E. 


2525 


1S23 


Willard 




2144 


1841 


William Henry 




1864 


Truman Lincoln 


4272 


1S31 


Willard 




4333 




Harrison 


2591 




T. B. 


1222 


1857 


Willard 




4334 


1872 


William Henry 


2391 








1873 


Willard Charles 


2163 


1875 


William Henry 






U 




1678 


William 




647 




Spofford 


1363 




Urania E. 


287S 


170- 


William 




61 


1856 


William Herbert 


5171 


1832 


Urania Eclesia 


2SS1 


1702 


William 




73 




William J. 


2511 


iSio 


Ursula 


1409 


172- 


William 




150 




William James 


2512 


1840 


Ursula Wilson 


31S8 


1729 


William 




192 




William John 


1062 








1730 


William 




25S 


1885 


William Leonard 


4637 




V 




1737 


William 




260 




William Melvin 


1238 




Vallie 


1427 


1757 


William 




503 


1854 


William Northup 


1542 


tSgg 


Vance Gilbert 


4458 


1763 


William 




444 




William I'errv 


1755 


1794 


Varney 


1313 


1769 


William 




659 


1845 


William R. 


2610 


1S52 


Vary S. 


1450 


1770 


William 




494 


1813 


William Raymond 2853 


1S87 


Vera Grace 


4180 


1774 


William 




648 


1855 


William Richard 


4823 


1893 


Vera Louise 


5069 




William 




7951 


1797 


William S. 


1030 


1870 


Vernon N. 


4297 


17S4 


William 




1S47 




William S. 


1035 


1879 


Vesta Howard 


2251 


1789 


William 




1386 


1S63 


William Samuel 


2857 


1880 


Viola Etta 


4286 




William 




1435 


1S33 


William Stephen 


3356 


1882 


Viotti Minella 


1750 


1791 


William 




971 


1824 


William W. 


1872 


1SS7 


Volney Ray 


4666 


1793 


William 




1054 


1S29 


William Waldo 


2385 








1796 


William 




1216 


1S72 


William Wallace 


2408 




W 




1810 


William 




1 103 


1S29 


William Winslow 


5165 




Waldo 


781 


1811 


William 




2135 




Willis 


5124 


1859 


Wallace 


4236 


1813 


William 




1647 




Willis 


795 


1847 


Wallace W. 


5111 


1S13 


William 




1S65 


1873 


Willis Adolphus 


5188 


1805 


Walter 


1682 


1S13 


William 




2731 


i8s6 


Willis Arnold 


5066 




Walter 


2023 




William 




1842 


1 868 


Willis E. 


3391 


1S21 


Walter 


246S 


1S21 


William 




1127 




Wilson 


1052 




Walter 2 


746A 




William 




1058 


1S09 


Wilson 


1985 




Walter 


4098 


1840 


William 




4625 


1884 


Wilson C. 


4601 


1825 


Walter 


5074 


1S47 


William 




882 




Winifred 


4403 


1828 


Walter Ashley 


4054 




William 




2103 


1S96 


Wilfred A. 


5081 


1880 


Walter liement 


4556 


1S69 


William 




42S1 


1886 


Winifred Pearl 


3021 


1885 


Walter Benjamin 


4317 


1S77 


William 




4252 


1S85 


Winslow Lewis 


1066 


1S90 


Walter Everett 


4232 




William 




5057 


1868 


Winthrop 




1S55 


Walter Guslavus 


4343 


1S55 


William 


A. 


436U 




Ballantine 


4519 


1841 


Walter James 


3033 




William 


A. 


5123 




Z 




18SS 


Walter James 




1S33 


William 


Allen 


1423 








Abram 


123S 


1879 


William 


Allen 


20S7 


1822 


Zaccheus Bass 


1968 




Walter M 


2521 




William 


Barker 


2779 




Zeba 


1784 


18S9 


Walter N. 


2324 


1864 


William 


Barker 


27S2 


1729 


Zebediah 


l^i 


i860 


Walter Nathaniel 


3>oo3 


1861 


Walter F 


artlett 


3306 


175- 


Zebediah 


826 


1865 


Walter Renton 


2375 




William 


Berry 


1007 


1S13 


Zebediah 


2136 




Walter Sawyer 


4333 


1840 


William 


Blake 


2885 


1S35 


Zelotus Cloiigh 


3153 


1825 


Walter Sleeper 


4395 


1853 


William 


Bowers 




1820 


Zeruiah Koby 


1 126 


1S76 


Walter Spauldiug 4206 




Bourn 


4149 


17S4 


Zimri 


543 


1854 


Walter T. 


1685 




William 


C. 


1 175 


1S02 


Zimri 


1319 


1783 


Warren 


2126 


1840 


William 


Charles 


1345 









INDEX TO ALL OTHER NAMES. 



The figures before the name denote the year of birth ; the figures after the name 
denote the page ^^ere found. 



1786 



Abbott Asa 18S 

Abbott Asa A. 112-252 
Abbott Betsey 62-123 
AbbottDorcasL.113-185 





Abbott Kbenezer 


38 




Abbott Kbenezer 


252 




Abbott Elizabeth 


119 




Abbott Ephraim 


36 




Abbott George 


20 




Abbott George 


26 




Abbott Hannah 


22 




Abbott Hannah 


36 




Abbott Hannah 






J. iS] 


-127 




Abbott Harriett 


73 




Abbott Joshua 


36 




Abbott layman A. 


119 


1788 


Abbott Liicy 


62 


1782 


Abbott Olive 


61 




Abbott Olive 1 16-188 




Abbott Paul 


58 


1730 


Abbott Sarah 36-58 




Abbott Stephen 


61 




Abbott Stephen 


123 




Adams 12] 


-132 




Adams Abel 


39 


1843 


Adams Ada line 


209 


I8I5 


Adams Alniira 


79 




Adams Delbert W 


52 




Adams Edward 


209 


IS57 


Adams Ella J. 


190 




Adams John N. 


190 




Additon Ruby 


loS 




Adle Charity 


242 



IS65 
1868 
i860 
I86I 
1863 
1834 



1897 
1873 



1 866 
1856 



Ainley Adelaide C. i8g 
Ainley Charles W. 1S9 
Ainley Eleanor E- iSS 
Ainley Erances IM. 189 
Ainley Martha S. 189 
Ainley Samuel iSS 

Ainsworth Polly i8g 
Ainsworth Susan 97 
Aitken Mary 153-214 
Alden Eliza 114 

Aldrich Alice 216 

Aldrich Amv S2-137 
Aldrich Charles C. 216 
Aldrich Helen 216 

Alexander William 66 



Allen 

Allen A. K. 
Allen Amasa 
Allen Andrew 
Allen Annie D. 
Allen Cordelia 
Allen Delia G. 
Allen Hannah 
Allen Harriet 



S3 
158 
61 
18 
197 
S3 
197 
S3 
S3 



1847 


Allen Harriet A. 


119 


1871 


Atkins 






Allen Hiram A. 


S3 




Archibald C. 


207 




Allen Jubal 


85 


1S74 


Atkins 






Allen Eydia 


169 




Chauncej- V. 


207 




Allen Mary 


84 


1882 


Atkins El\-in B. 


208 


1852 


Allen Mary E. 


197 


1894 


Atkins Eva L. 


207 




Allen Rebecca 


72 




Atkins Hiram 


207 




Allen Rebecca 


84 


1896 


Atkins Mildred C. 


207 




Allen Reuben 


83 


1849 


Atkins William C. 


207 




Allen Samuel 


197 




Atwater Kate B. 


223 


IS59 


Allen Samuel H. 


197 


1S06 


Attwill Alford 


45 




Allen Susan 


83 


1817 


Attwill Benjamin F. 45 




Allen Susan 


140 


1804 


Attwill Betsev 


45 




Allen William 


27 


1810 


Attwill Edwin 


S5 




Allen William 


119 


1808 


Attwill George 


S5 




Allen William 


253 


1 771 


Attwill John D. 


45 


IS68 


Allin Florence 


219 


1800 


Attwill John D. 


45 




Allin Richard H. 


219 


1817 


Attwill Joseph W. 


45 




Allison Marj- 


iSo 




Attwill Lvdia H. 


71 




Allev Benjamin 


28 


1807 


Att-vrill M'arv 


45 




Alley John 5th 


175 


1799 


Attwill Nels'on 


45 


1728 


Alley Hannah 


28 


1797 


Attwill Pattv 


45 




Allev Samuel 


28 


1812 


Attwill Richard I. 


45 




Allev Sarah 


28 


1814 


Attwill William A 


45 




Alley Timothy 


71 




Atwood Abijah 


53 




Anisden Adeline 


103 




Atwood Jay 


S3 




Anderson Reliecca 


161 




Austin Alanson 


156 




Anderson Robert 


66 




Austin Betsey W. 


96 


IS43 


Andrews Almira 


179 




Austin Charles 


94 




Andrews Fannie A 


.100 




Austin John 


155 




Andrews Freelove 


256 




Austin Julia A. 


43 




Andrews 






Austin Milton 


94 




Herbert F 


196 




Austin Nathan 


117 




Andrews Jerusha 


158 




Austin Ray 


155 




Andrews Jessie 


145 


1815 


Austin Sarah 


117 


1846 


Andrews. Julia A. 


179 




Avery Lizzie 


257 




Andrews Samuel 


179 




Averill Annie A. 


197 




Andrews Samuel 


256 




Averill Le^vis 


197 




Andrews Sarah 


69 


1899 


Averill Lewis A. 


197 


1699 


Andrews William 


27 




Averill Lewis F. 


197 




Anthony Sarah 33-49 




Ayer Augustus M. 


177 


i860 


Appley'Chester 


189 




Aver Candace 


76 


IS34 


Appley Edwin 


189 




Ayer Elizabeth 


34 


1863 


Appley Nellie M. 


189 




Ayer Hazen 


168 


1861 


Appley Lillian 


189 




Ayer Latham H. 


16S 




Arey Lydia J. 


43 


1879 


Ayer Latham H. Jr 


.168 




Arras Diadama 


lOI 


1839 


Aver Lucv A. 


16S 




Arnold Charles 


122 




Aver Mary C. 


76 




Arnold Daniel 


122 




Ayer Mary E. 


177 


ISI2 


Arnold Five 


84 




Ayers Betsey 


212 




Arnold Julia 


122 




Ayers Sarah 


145 




Arnold Lucy L. 123 


-198 




B 






Arnold Nathan 


107 








Arnold R. R. 


160 




Babb 


132 




Ashley Joseph 


115 




Bacon Hannah 


44 


1752 


Ashley Sarah 58-115 




Bacon Susan 


154 




Ashton 






Bachelder see 






Elizabeth 3 


1-46 




Batchelder 






Ashton Mary A 


71 




Badau Mary 48-87 




Atherton Amy 


32 




Badau Peter 


87 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



297 



1866 
i860 
1870 

1858 



ISO'S 
iSs6 
1829 



l8',2 

1857 



1841 
1799 



1842 
1896 



1838 



1826 
1889 



1862 
1851 



183S 



Bailey Abraham 
Bailey Adelaide 
Bailey Albert 
Bailey Caroline 
Bailey John 
Bailey Joseph 
Bailey Rachel 
Bagley 

Catherine A. 
Baker Abigail 
Baker Kmily 
Baker Grace E 
Baker, Joseph 
Baker Lydia 
Baker Mary 
Baker Pollv 
Baker Pollv A. 
Ball William T. 
Ball Joseph P. 
Ball Tounian 
Ballentine 

Elizabeth 
Ballon Eliza 
Ballon James 
Ballon James 
Ballon Henry 
Ballon Mehitable 
Ballon Rnfus 
Balou Timothy 
Bancroft 

Jlercy C. 
Bancroft Nancy 
Bancroft Sarah 
Barbee Bessie 
Barbee Fred 
Barbee William C. 
Barber Gideon R. 
Bardwell Flora 
Barger, G. L. 
Barker Abliie E. 
Barker Albert F. 
Barker Arisina 
Barker Bernice 
Barker Bert 
Barker Barnabas 
Barker Caroline 
Barker Cullen B. 
Barker Cullen B. 
Barker Edward M. 194 
Barker F'.li W. 
Barker F^va 
Barker Francis 
Barker I'red 
Barker Fred R. 
Barker Frederick I. 
Barker George 
Barker Guy B. 
Barker Henry C. 
Barker John L. 
Barker Kate 
Barker Kate I. 
Barker Mary 
Barker Mary C. 96-15 
Barker iSIay 9t> 

Barker Nathaniel 96 
Barker Philip M. 96 
Barker Samuel 96 

Barker Sarah 57-113 
Barker Wilbur H. 96 
Barker Wenouah A. 96 
Barker Zipporah 39-64 

Barnes 118 

Barnes FIsther 167 

Barnes Sarah C. 178 
Barney Jacob 256 

Barnhonse Eleanor 

A. 243 

Barnhonse Samuel 243 
Barrett Alonzo B. 210 
Barrett David 209 



54 
144 
144 
144 

144 

144 
144 

146 

S2-137 

83 

91 

1S7 

83-140 

256 

83-141 

83 
1S7 
1S7 

75 

222 
46 
46 
46 
46 
46 
46 

257 

66- 1 28 
44 
71 
210 
210 
210 



90 
80 
96 
96 
96 
96 
96 
64 

113 
96 

114 



q6 
96 
96 
96 

,.96 
96 
96 
96 
96 
96 
96 

I go 



Barrett Earl 210 

Barrett FHizabeth iS 

1885 Barrett F;ila R. 210 

1836 Barrett Ellen 210 

Barrett Ethel 210 

Barrett FIthel F. 210 

Barrett F^igene 210 

1879 Barrett F'rances E. 209 

Barrett George W. 209 

Barrett George W. 210 

Barrett Goldia 210 

Barrett Grace A. 210 

1S57 Barrett James W. 209 

Barrett Joseph 209 

1S33 Barrett Mary 209 

Barrett Mary G. 2io 

Barrett Mary J. 209 

Barrett Maud 210 

Barrett Mildred E. 210 

Barrett Penlopa 209 

Barry William 133 

1847 Bartholomew 

F^sther f;. 157 

Bartholomew 

Frank 170 

Bartholomew 

Polly 509-234 

Bartholomew 

Rush 157 

Bartlett Lawrence 30 
Bartlett Susan 256 

Barwood 

F;iizabeth A 192 
Bachelder Belinda 161 
Bachelder Edward 161 
Bachelder John W. 161 
Bachelder 

Maynard 161 

Bachelder 

Wayland 161 

Batcheider Albert 161 
Batchelder Charles 

H. 161 

Batchelder Charles 

W. 161 

Batchelder 

F^mma J. 161 

Batchelder 

l-"rank C. 155 

Batchelder 

Hannah 42-70 

Batchelder 

Harriet H. 155 

Batchelder J. W. 155 

Batchelder Joel I. 161 

Batchelder John f;. 161 

Basford Eldora O. 119 

1S69 Bass Channcey M. 116 

1861 Bass Edgar E. n6 

Bass F;gl)eit 116 

1867 Bass FHlen L. 116 

1874 Bass Harriet M. 116 

1858 Bass John E. 116 

1872 Bass Lucy E. nS 

1S63 Bass Marv G. 116 

1857 Bass Wilton C. 116 

Bassford Sally 215 

Bassett Abigail 28 

' Bassett Enieline E. 32 

Bassett Mary 46-80 

Bassett West S. 223 

Baxter 

Margaret 97-158 

Beach Joseph W. 181 

1861 Beach :\Iary H. 181 

Beal Jnliete 137-204 

Beale George M. 157 

Beane Sarah 43 

1882 Beaser Harry P. 200 

1884 Beaser Martha S. 200 



1855 
1878 
i860 

1876 



1878 

1899 

1 898 
l8g6 

1845 

1879 
1885 
1882 

1S37 

1S45 
1836 



1807 
1842 



1S30 



1856 



1794 
1791 
1790 
1791 



Beaser Martin 200 

Beaser Martin C. 200 
Beaser Percy L. 200 
Beaser Scott I. 200 

Beaton Annie A. 175 
Beaton Angus 175 

Beck Maelyn T. 246 
Beck William F). 246 
Beckett Hannah 38 
Bedore Theresa D. 190 
Beebe Laura A. 200 

Beeker 165 

Beeman Simeon 245 
Beeman Stephen in 
Beers Estella A. 137 
Beers Florence M. 137 
Beers George 137 

Bell Albert f:. 147 

Bell Christiana 256 
Bell David G. 84 

Bell Elizabeth 34 

Bell FCrvin 148 

Bell Harold I. 147 

Bel! James G. 148 

Bell Leon O. 148 

Bell Merritt J. 148 

Bell Susan 151 

Belknap Joseph 17 
Benedict Ang^ela 81 
Benedict FHijah F\ 187 
Benedict F;iiza 87 

Benedict F;sther L. 187 
Benedict Foster I. 187 
Benedict MurrayL.187 
Benjamin Burr 209 
Benjamin Maria 209 
Benjamin Mary J. 209 
Benjamin Sarah 59 
Bennett F;dward in 
Bennett F;iiza 107 

Bennett FHizabeth in 
Bennett Jane M. 108 
Bennett J. Frank 108 
Bennett Henry 116 

Bennett Hugh in 

Bennett Robert A. in 
Bennett Samuel F. 116 
Benson Adeline 163 
Benson Jane 74 

Benson Jennie W. 140 
Bentley Jane 89 

Bentley Mary 20 

Berkley John 41 

Berry Augusta no 

Berry Charles 113 

Berry Elias no 

Berry EUas 179-180 
Berry F'mily 184 

Berry Frances A. 179 
Berry Frank no 

Berry Henry 113 

Berry John 24 

Beriy Leonard I. 113 
Berry Mary A. 184 

Berry Phebe 111-180 
Berry I'riscilla 59 

Berry Relief 52 

Berrj- Rufus 113 

Berry Ruth 24 

Berry Samuel 24 

Berry Sarah 57-112 
Berrv Sarah 70 

Berry Sarah 111-179 
Bessom Anna M. 42 
Bessom William B. 42 

Bickford 123 

Bickford Adoniruni 44 
Bickford Jacob 4.4 

Bickford James 44 
Bickford James 44 



298 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1S53 
1849 



1878 
i860 



1893 
1883 
1879 



184S 



1877 



1849 



1894 



Biddle Louise 59 

Biddle Sarah 159 

Bigelow Addi 159 

Bigelow Addison 98 
Bigelow Joshua 113 
Bigelow Mary 58-113 
Bigelow Mary 114 

Bigelow Roxalana 161 
Bigelow Sarah 9S-159 



Bill Adela W. 



164 



Billings Albert H. 125 



Billings Hattie 
Billings Lorenzo 
Billings Nellie >L 
Billings Sally A. 
Bingham Sarah 
Binuel Flora 
Binnel John 
Binney Kate 
Bishop Klizabeth 
Bishop James 
►Bishop Loretta 
Bishop Sabina 
Bituar William 
Bixbv George W. 
Bixbv Ruth A. 
Black Almon C. 
Black Charles W. 
Black Lot 
Black Willard B. 
Blackford Eveline 
Blackler William 
Blaisdell Philip 
Blaisdell 

Sarah A. 107-171 
Blake Belinda 161 

Blake Ebenezer 49 
Blake Elizabeth 
Blake Henry 
Blake Moody 
Blake Putnam 
Blake Rhoda 
Blakiston Anna 
Blanchard Carl E 
Blanchard 

Charlotte S. 
Blanchard 

Elizabeth 
Blanchard 

Franklin L. 
Blanchard 

Harry H. 
Blanchard Helen R i 
Blanchard 

Oatman D. i 

Blanchard Rosif 
Blanchard 

Stephen 
Blandiug 

Mansel M. 
Blaney George S 
Blaney Jonathan 
Blanev Martha 
Blaney Stella M. 
Bliss Eleazer 
Bliss :Mehitable 
Bliss Pellthire 
Blodgett Josiah 
Blood Alice JI. 
Blood Charles 
Blood Rufus H. 
Blood Susan R. 
Boardman Marj' 
Bodwell David 
Bogne Orpha 
Bonner Margaret 
Boomhower 

David B. 
Boomhower 

Ivan E. 224 



125 
125 
123 



49 
160 
160 
160 
184 
150 
138 



138 
13S 

138 

,8 

138 

lOI 

138 
85 



42 
42-69 
, 180 

49-S7 

S3 

66 
216 

62 
102 
102 

45 

199 



224 



1874 
r882 



1S41 
iSog 



177S 



Boomhower 

Raymond E. 
Booth Abiel 
Booth F;isie 
Booth Eleanor W. 
Booth Stephen M. 
Booth Thomas S. 
Booth William S. 



1S55 Borthwick Marion 147 
Bortle Henry 242 

Bosworth Amos 24 

Botham Ruth 61 

Botolph 

Jonathan H. 153 
Botolph Joel 153 

Botolph 

Thankful L. 153 
Bowden Frank H. 169 
Bowen Amos 31 

Bowen Caleb 33-252 
Bowen Sarah 37 

Bowers 

Nehemiah 62 

Bowers Sarah 39-62 
Bowker Sally 49 

Bowing Lete'sia 88 

Bowles 47 

Bowman Charles 158 
Bowman Emily 137 

1864 Bowser Edwin T. 69 
Bowser Susan T. 69 

1866 Bowser Frank W. 69 
Bowser George 69 

Boughton Emma 207 
Boughton Eiastus 207 
Bourn 

Hannah B. 123-198 
Boyden Betsey 32 

Boyle Patience 142 

Boynton Hannah 93 
Brackett Almira iii 
Brackett Arthur F. 42 



Brackett John 253 

Brackett Roy V. 42 

Bradford Amanda 141 

Bradford John 141 

Bradford Patty 141 
Bradlev 

Charlotte C. 75 

Bradlej- Philbrick 100 
Bradley Sophia 54-100 

Bradstreet Elijah 252 
Biadstreet 

Harriet 1 13-184 

Brady Maud 116 
Bragdon 

Ebenezer W. 43 

Bragdon Henry 43 

Bragdon Jane 72 

Bragdon John 43 

Bragdon JohnT. 43 
Bragdon Joseph W. 43 

Bragdon Jotham 43 

Biagdon Maria 43 

Bragdon jMary 43 

Bragdon Matilda 43 

Bragdon Nancy 43 

Bragdon Oliver P. 43 

Bragdon William 43 

Bragg Thomas 35 

Brandow Abigail 59 
Brazer Alice 53-97 

Brazer Mary 97 

Breed P. W. 104 

Bream Joseph 40 

Breese Caroline 221 

Brent Sarah 245 

Brewer Betsey 28 

Brewer Charlotte 60 

Brewer Edith 60 



188S 
i8go 



1815 
1843 



1853 
1850 

1847 
1845 
1S49 
1900 
1855 
iSso 
iSiS 
1902 

1899 
1S70 
18S9 
1852 
1857 



1879 



1S97 
i8gi 



1S79 



1S86 
1S82 



1S81 
1845 



1S36 



Brewer John 
Brewer Roger 
Brewer William 
]5rewster Ella F. 
Brewster Frank 
Brewster James R. 
Brewster JIary K. 
Brewster Pleatus 
Brigden Joanna 
Bridgeo F;r\-ing 
Bridgeo Mabel 
Bridgeo Philip 
Bridgham Nellie D. 
Brigham Roxanna 
Brigham Daniel 
Briggs Samuel 
Bright Horace 
Bright ^Nlary A.132- 
Brinimer David 
Brimmer Da\'id Jr. 
Brimmer 

Elizabeth E. 
Brimmer Emily2i4- 
Brimmer Jacob J. 
Brimmer James D. 
Brimmer Lucy O. 
Brimmer Mar'v E. 
Bristol Da\-id R. 
Bristol Everet R. 
Bristol George C. 
Bristol Henry W. B. 
Bristol Joseph B. 
Bristol 

Josephine L. 
Bristol Julia A. 
Bristol LeRoy C. 
Bristol IMabel E. 
Bristol Mary A. 
Bristol Oliver S. 
Bristol Roswell S. 
Bristol Sheldon B. 
Bristol Teresa A. 
Bristol Violet 
Bristol William H. 
Bristol Willitte K. 
Bristol Zav 
Briton Gilbert 
Briton Harriet V. 
Brockway Frank 
Brockway Zeba 
Brooker jlinnie E. 
Brooke Y. 
Brooks Anna G. 
Brooks Annie 
Brooks Edna D. 
Brooks Elizabeth 
Brooks 

Frederick E. 
Brooks Jeremiah 
Brooks Jerrene 
Brooks Mary I. 
Brooks Oliver M. 
Brooks Warren A. 
Brown Amelia A. 
Brown Angeline 
Brown Anne 
Brown Alfred P. 
Brown Ardella L. 
Brown Arthur C. 
Brown Arthur W. 

Brown 

Brown Benjamin 
Brown Bernard 
Brown Bert O. 
Brown Bethiah 59 
Brown Betsej- A. 
Brown Betsey 
Brown Carl 
Brown Carrie 
Brown C\Tithia A. 



60 
125 
242 
162 
162 
209 

48 
205 
205 
205 
174 



71 
202 
202 

153 
153 

153 
235 
153 
153 
153 
153 
213 
213 
213 



213 
213 
213 
213 

213 
213 
213 
213 

213 

213 
20S 
208 
105 
105 
140 
134 
145 
41 
145 
133 

130 
145 
145 
145 
96 

145 
221 



244 
140 
140 
163 
58 
67 
95 
140 
252 
116 
62 
164 
160 
124 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



299 



Brown Edward 23 

Brown Edward 129 

Brown Elizabeth 46-79 

Brown Epliraiiu 40 

1SS7 Brown Erwin J. 76 

Brown Emma 160 

Brown Esther 141 

Blown Eugene 129 

Brown Eugene A. 160 

Brown Daniel E. 244 

Brown Dwight 160 

Brown Elora M. 244 

1843 Brown Erances A. 189 

1861 Brown Erank I. 96 

1854 Blown Eranklin P. 190 

1815 Brown 

Erederick S. 189 

Brown Erederick I. 96 

1858 Brown Eoster I. 76 

1S39 Brown George E. 92 

Brown Georgia 195 

18S4 Brown Grace E. 190 

Brown Hannah 122 

Brown Harrie 140 

1837 Brown Henry E. 189 
iS6o Brown Hollis W. 76 
1893 Brown Howard E. 190 

Brown Ira C. 216 

1882 Blown Irvin C. 76 

Brown Isaac 232 

Brown Jane 77 

Brown John 91 

Brown John 124 

Brown John Jr. 79 

Brown Joseph 160 

1S65 Brown 

Josephine M. 76 

Brown Josiah 65 

Brown Josiah 64 

1876 Brown Eaura M. 216 

Brown Lee I. 140 

Brown Leroy 129 

Brown Eouie B. 163 

1852 Brown Lucius C. 190 

Brown Lulu 140 

Brown Euther 189 

1878 Brown Mabel E. 190 

Brown Maria A. 150 

Brown Martha 41 

Brown Mary 136 

Brown Mary E. 89 

1838 Brown Mary J. 189 
185 1 Brown Melora 190 

Brown Moses H. 76 

Brown Nathan - 38 

Brown Oscar 140 
Brown Rebecca 45-78 

Brown Robbins 96 

Brown Ruth E. 244 

1703 Brown Sarah 23 

Brown Sarah 28 

Brown Sarah 34 

Brown Simeon 92 
Brown Susanna 44-77 

Brown William 96 

Brown William H. 76 

1866 Brown William E. 1S9 

Bryant Alanson 146 

Bryant Augusta 146 

Bryant Ivliza 129 

Bryant Mary A. 130 

Bryant Rebecca 67 

Buck Edward C. 116 

Buck George 116 

Buel George H. 152 
Buel Jane 151-208 

Buel Moses 208 

Buffum Polly 85 

Bugbee Shepard 116 

1872 Bullen Henry W. 168 





Bullen Henry L. 


1 68 




Burnham 






Bullock Abigail 


126 




Marietta 116 


-18S 




Bullock 






Burnham Mary A. 


183 




Cordellay 24-33 




Burnham 






Bullock Harriet 


150 




Patrick H. 


116 




Bullock Eunice 


120 




Burnham 






Bullock Earl Z. 


120 




Pinckney 


96 




Bullock Sallie 


120 




Burnham Siiiith 


loS 


I8I4 


Bullock Sarah 


1,5^ 




Burns Deborah 


88 




Bullock William S 


120 




Burr Sally 


257 




Bump Mary 


141 




Burrill Avigusta 


71 




Bunker George 


94 




Burrill Evelyn 


71 




Burbank Adine 


96 




Burrill Hattie 


161 




Burbank Daniel 


96 




Burrill John 


115 




Burbank Eordice 


9S 


1820 


Burrill John B. 


41 




Burbank Gustavu.<- 


96 




Burrill Martha 


28 




Burbank James 


96 




Burrill Micajah 


41 




Burbank Kate 


96 




Burrill Micajah 


68 




Burbank Martha 


96 




Burrill Nancy 


68 




Burbank Robert I. 


95 




Burrill Nathaniel 


71 




Burdick Lucy 


84 




Burrill Theophilus 68 




Burdick Lucj- 


137 




Burrow Joel R. 


221 




Burdick Susan M. 


246 




Burrows Harry- 


69 




Burea Anna 


241 




Burrows Mary 


69 


IS64 


Burgess Carrie B. 


209 




Burrows Nettie W 


69 


1850 


Burgess 






Btirrows Percy 


69 




Ereeman C. 


209 




Burrows William 


151 


IS69 


Burgess Grove W. 


209 




Burrows WilliamH. 78 


IS54 


Burgess Herbert J 


209 




Burt 


108 


1862 


Burgess Hiram E- 


209 




Burtt Milton 


103 


1867 


Burgess Ida R. 


209 


1892 


Burtou Adaline I. 


169 


I82I 


Burgess John 


209 




Burton Alonzo H. 


169 




Burgess John C. 


209 


1861 


Burton Asa H. 


169 


1856 


Burgess Lewis E. 


209 




Burton Calvin 


82 


1858 


Burgess Myron E. 


209 


1892 


Burton Caroline T. 


169 


IS60 


Burgess Philip A. 


209 


1881 


Burton Clifford E. 


169 


1852 


Burgess 




1858 


Burton Edmund I. 


169 




Theodore C. 


209 


1863 


Burton Eugene H. 


169 


1848 


Burgess 




1889 


Burton Glenn W. 


169 




Willard H. 


209 




Burton Hannah 


197 




Burke Margaret 


246 




Burton Marie 


81 




Burleigh 


244 


1892 


Burton Meriam H. 


169 


IS55 


Burleigh Charles 


174 


1S79 


Burton Walter G. 


169 


1883 


Burleigh 

Charles R. 






Bush Josiah 


85 




174 

174 
174 




Buss Elorence B. 


142 


1885 
1863 


Burleigh 

B'.merson C. 
Burleigh Ered A. 


1S33 


Buswell Sarah 
lUitler Adelbert 
Butler Azariah 


57 
123 
123 


1857 

1900 


Burleigh Henry H 
Burleigh 

Howard S. 


174 
174 


1865 
1862 
1862 


Butler Charles E. 
Butler Clio V,. 
Butler Ered W. 


123 
123 
114 






1 866 


Butler Helen 


114 


1823 


Burleigh Josiah 


174 




Butler Jane 
Butler Joseph V. 
Butler Lucien B. 


242 


IS62 


Burleigh Sarah E. 


174 




254 


1880 


Burleigh Sarah L. 


174 




114 


1894 


Burleigh 






Butler Mary A 


241 




Willard G. 


174 




Butler Stephen 


27 




Burleigh 






Butler Thomas E. 


123 




Winthrop M. 


174 




Butler Varnum 


245 


IS73 


Burleigh 






Butler William 


22 




Winthrop R. 


174 




Butler William 


72 




Burlinghanr 






Buttrick Susan 


119 




Benjamin 


121 




Butterfield John 


245 




Burnett Ellen 


146 




Butterfield John N 


•215 




Burney Helen 


41 




Button Sarah 


163 


I8S2 


Burnham Arthur C 


.116 




Butts Cynthia 


190 




Burn ham B. E. 


118 




Buyea Elorence 


242 




Burnham Clarissa 


19S 










Burnham Curtis 


73 




C 




1878 


Burnham Edith L. 


116 




Cadwell ■ — 


114 




Burnham 






Caldwell Dollv 


174 




Elizabeth 


133 




Caldwell p;ilen 


121 


1880 


Burnham 






Caldwell 






Elorence M. 


116 




Margaret 104 


-167 


1866 


Burnham Fred C. 


116 


1714 


Call Joanna 28-40 


IS68 


Burnham Grace E 


116 




Call John 


40 


1873 


Burnham Lillie M 


116 




Cameron Agnes 


248 


1870 


Burnham Lottie E 


116 




Cameron John 


lOI 


1847 


Burnham Lydia W 


. 96 




Campbell A. S. 


218 


1876 


Burnham Mabelle 


116 


1S24 


Campbell Alta 


257 



300 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1820 
1896 

1872 



1816 
1S12 
1814 

1818 
1S22 



1752 
1873 



1S79 
1883 



1869 



1758 
1840 
1810 



1832 
1893 



1S85 
1833 



18S7 



1842 
1835 
1857 
1890 



1813 
1849 
1883 



Campbell Amos 66 
Campbell Charles 218 
Campbell Claridon257 
Campbell Gertrude2i8 
Campbell Henry 154 
Campbell Ina E. 154 
Campbell Ira 257 

Campbell 

James 35-252 

Campbell James 252 
Campbell Lucinda 20 
Campbell William 

B. 257 

Campbell Milton 257 
Campbell Patty 257 
Capron Lois 63 

Capps Sarah J. 64 

Card Nellie 84 

Carey Susan 82 

Carlisle John 141 

Carlisle James 141 

Cartland Joseph 86 
Carlton Abigail 54 

Carlton Charlotte B.69 



Carlton Dean 
Carlton F. D. 69 

Carlton Grace C. 69 
Carlton Guy C. 69 

Carlton Helen 152 

Carlton Hortense I. 69 
Carlton Nettie B. 69 
Carlton Peter 252 

Carman AmandaM.174 
Carman Luther 174 
Carpenter Edmund 66 
Carpenter Eustace 

V. 254 

Carpenter John M. 250 
Carpenter Olive 62 
Carpenter Orson 151 
Carpenter Sybil 32-46 
Carpenter Thomas 32 
Carr Chester H. 194 
Carr Cuyler E. 194 

Carr Ephraim 
Carr May 
Carrier Arline 
Carrier Avery N. 
Carrier Egbert W. 257 
Carrier Leman J. 257 
Carrier Wandell 
Carrier William H 
Carsley Albion 
Carsley Benjamin 
K 



194 
213 



257 



257 

• 237 

109 



loS 



1865 Carsley George L. 109 



Carsley Julia 1S4 

Carslej' Leonard 109 

Carter Ada 191 

Carter Amelia M. 190 

Carter Charles 64 

Carter Clarence 191 

Carter Cynthia 116 

Carter Donnie I. 173 

Carter Ina 191 

Carter Josiah E. 85 

Carter Lucius 116 

Carter Lucius 191 

Carter Marguerite 191 



Carter Maria 
Carter Martha S. 
Carter Mary A. 
Carter Marvin P. 
Carter Olive I. 
Carter Phineas 
Carter Phebe 
Carter Pulaski 
Carter Pulaski 
Carter Pulaski P. 
Carter Pulaski 



1841 



1872 
1870 



Carter Roy 191 

Carter Sarah 39 

Carter Sarah iii 

Carter Sophronia 209 



1871 



1879 

1822 



Carter Susan S. 
Carter William P. 

Carver 

Carver Martha D. 
Carver Sarah 

Case 

Case Elihu 188 

Case Jane A. 115-188 
Cass Christie A. loi 



116 
190 
118 
170 
25 



lOI 

160 
47 
98-160 
1 01 
207 

102 

99 
256 
145 
154 
66 
66 
56 

-243 
55 



108 
66 
66 



1S34 



Cass Francis 
Cass Jacob 
Cass Margery 
Cass Mary 
Cass Simeon 
Castle FUdora 
Caswell 

Elzadia M. 
Cate Rachel 
Chace F"lorence L. 
Chaddock J. W. 
Chaffee E. H. 
Chandler Albert 
Chandler Fred 
Chandler Joanna 
Chandler 

Josiah 2; 

Chandler Hannah 
Chandler Hannah 105 
Chandler Martha 243 
Chandler Marj' 56 

Chandler Marj' O. 214 
Chandler Peter 55 

Chandler Peter 105 
Chandler Preston 108 
Chandler Susie 
Chandler Warren 
Chandler William 
Chamberlin 

Mehitable M. 
Chambers 

Chester M. 
Chambers Martin 
Champlin Ruth 

Chaplin 

Chapiu Tama 

Chapman Si 

Chapman Andrew 46 
Chapman 

Cynthia E. 167-222 
Chapman 

Jackman 157 

Chapman John 253 
Chapman Mary K. 130 
Chapman Phebe 83 
Chapman Samuel 22 
Chapman Samuel 222 
Charles Merrill 108 
Chase Christopher 43 
Chase FHiza 112-182 

Chase Hannah 54-99 
Chase Hannah E. 117 
Chase John M. 80 

Chase Pel ley 51 

Chase Ruth 253 

Chase Samuel 182 

Chase Sarah 147 

Chatman Annie 205 
Chatsey IMary 3967 
Chesbro James 257 
Cheesbro Jenuie 137 
Cheesbro Jerome 137 

Cheney 73-152 

Cheney Edward 166 
Cheney Lorinda 74 

Cheney Mary K. 74 

Cheney Samuel 74 



66 



189 
246 



Cherrj-tree Mary 146 
Cherrytree 

Stephen F. 146 

Chesbro William 86 
Chesboro 

Genevieve 116 

Cheseborongh 

Anna L. 182-228 

Chesman 

George H. 125 

Chickering Nettie 169 
Child Ephapras 115 
Child Prentice 115 

Childs 

Lavinia L 121-194 

Chittenden 151 

Choate Belle 219 

Choate Clara 175 

Choate Sarah A. 77 
Church Elmore 155 
Church Gray 83 

Church MaryE. 121-196 

1834 Church Melissa 121 
Church Thomas 121 
Churcli Thomas 196 
Cilley Lizzie 163 

Claflin Daniel 115 

Claflin Page 114 

Clark Alcina F. 163 
Clark Amos 254 

Clark Anne P. 128 

Clark Benjamin 176 
Clark Bert 177 

Clark Caleb 194 

Clark Dennison 151 

1767 Clark Elizabeth 54-99 

1831 Clark Hannah J. 176 
Clark Helen M. 99 

1865 Clark Jennie M. 151 
Clark Julia 144 

Clark Lucinda 104 166 
Clark Lucv 121-194 

Clark Satchel 99 

Clark Susan A. 176 

Clark Timothy 177 

Clarke Sarah 45-77 

Clarke Eleanor E. 256 
Clapp Joseph W. 137 

1872 Cleaves Arthur M. 175 
Cleaves Benjamin 174 

1870 Cleaves 

Benjamin C. 174 
Cleaves 

Benjamin L. 174 
1869 Cleaves FHlen F. 174 
1874 Cleaves Irene I. 175 
1877 Cleaves Lincoln L. 175 

1879 Cleaves Prentiss B. 175 

1873 Cleaves Richard E. 175 
Cleveland Grover 56 

1883 Cleveland 

Grover A. 151 

Cleveland Orrin G. isi 

1888 Cleveland Orrin J. 151 

1893 Cleveland Sarah M. I51 

1880 Cleveland Silas F. 151 
1836 Clement Eniily 242 

Clement Elizabeth 35 
Clement Josephine 241 
Clement Lewis 242 

Clements Homer 133 
Clifford llyrou M. 100 
Clifford Clara H 100 
Clifford Elvira P. 69 
Clifford Estelle 161 

Clifford John 69 

Clifford Lelia A. 100 
Clifford Sarah J. 100 
Clifford Solomon M.ioo 
Clifford Sophia I. loo 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAIJ.S, Ol- LYNN. 



801 



Clinkliiigbeard 

Mary T. 203 
CIoou Klizabeth 70-132 

Cloud 159 

Cloiidmaii 67 

1S50 Cloiidiuan KHa J. iSS 

Cloudnian Josiali iSS 

Clough 98 

Clough Asa 170 

Clough Betsey 51 

Clough John 51 
Clough I,ydia F. 106-170 

Clow Klwin B. 215 
Coates Christopher 69 
1828 Coates Elizabeth I. 6g 

Cobb 58 

Coburu 154 

Coburn Arthur D. '1,2 

Coburn Flora H. 32 

1883 Coburn Floreuce 32 

Coburu Elias iiS 

Coburn Mabel 32 

Coburu Milton 117 

Coggins Mary A. 43 

Cogswell Betsey 182 

Cogswell Thomas 79 
Cotfing 

Josephine E. iSr 

Colbeth Hannah 176 

Colburn Laura A. 165 

Colby Dorothy 34 

Colby Fhiiily T. 51 

Colby Joanna t,2 

Colbv Jonathan 121 
Colby 

Priscilla T. 113-1S4 

Colby William D. 121 

Colcord Betsey ^ 

Cole Ellen S. 200 

Cole Elizabeth M. 82 

Cole Olive 89 

Cole Phelie A. 191 

Cole Timothy 200 

Cole Truman 90 

Cole Wheeler 2;^ 

i8Sr Collins Alice E. 153 

1880 Collins Arthur J. 153 

Collins Azro D. 153 

1871 Collins Benjamin F. 142 

1877 Collins David W. 153 

1869 ColUns Edith E. 153 

1877 Collins Effie B. 153 

Collins Eleazer 29 

Collins Eugenia 117 

Collins Everett 117 

Collins F;iihu P. 153 

Collins Frank K. 117 

Collins George W. 117 

1S71 Collins Helen E. 133 

Collins Irving 117 

1S74 Collins James M. 133 

Collins John C. 78 

Collins Julia 168 

Collins Martin S. 153 

Collins Nancy 45 

1706 Collins Rebecca 24-29 

Collins Russell J. 142 

Combs Alfred 154 

Comstock Georgia 191 

Conary Otis R. 171 

Connell George 210 

Connell Gwenda 210 

Connor Charles J. 99 

1840 Counor F^stelle 1'. 99 

Connor Jerome B. 99 

1842 Connor Veuna 99 

Conrad Harriet 208 

Conway Laura 203 

Conway Mary 205-233 

Cook James 46 



Cook Mary 89 

Cook Polly 85 

Cook Regina A. 249 

Cook Sophronia 74 

Cook William 44 

1SS7 Cooper Ada 144 

1559 Cooper Charles 144 
iSg2 Cooper Clifford 144 
1S91 Cooper Dorothy B. 144 
1S89 Cooper Ethel 144 
1850 Coojjer George S. 144 

1560 Cooper Harvey 144 
1893 Cooper Mary 144 

Cooper Peter S. 144 

1856 Cooper Peter S. Jr. 144 
Coops Carrie 210 
Cooley Clarence 165 

1879 Cooley Clarence E. n'\s 

Cooley FHani 165 
Cooley Laura 104-165 

1857 Cooley Milton H. 165 
i860 Cooley Ora R. 165 
1887 Cooley Roy (.). 165 

Coombs James F. 173 

1S73 Coombs Jennie I. 173 

Coombs Walter F. I7'2 

Co]}eland Jane 43 
Copling James 37-253 
Copp Elizabeth 35-53 

1S66 Copper 202 

1858 Corbiu Nellie S. 130 
Corbin Nelson 130 
Cornell Joseph 20S 
Cornell Mary 158 

1S60 Corner 

Catherine W. 132 

Corner Joseph 132 

Cornish 132 
Cornish Thomas E. 69 

Corey John W. 69 

Corey 120 

Cottle Almyra 202 

Cotton Harry 172 
Cough lin 

Catharine A. 167 
Countryman 

Charles E. 223 

1S90 Countryman 

Katherine S. 223 

1823 Cousens Lucretia K. 69 

1804 Cowell Abigail 86146 

Cowelljohn 146 

Cox (Gardner 65 
Crabtree Benjamin 20 

Craft William 200 

Crafts Annie 119 

Crafts Clarence P 119 

Crafts Elnier p;. 119 

Crafts Helen A. 119 

Crafts Martha C. 130 

1S17 Crafts Vesta H. 130 

Crafts Zibson 119 

Craig Margaret 141 

Craiger Mary S 205 

Crain Abraham 47 

Cram Carrie K- G. 65 

Cram Caleb I. 65 

Cram Charles M. 65 

Cram Ella M. 65 

Cram P^sther 65 

Cram l\ugene I,. 63 

Cram Franklin C. 65 

Cram Ida Iv 65 

Cram James 65 

Cram Louise 65 

Cram Martin V. B. 65 

Cram Ransom 65 

Cram Sarah 65 

Cram Sarah 169 



187 1 
1S73 
1879 
1875 



1887 
1891 



1839 
1844 

1S39 



Cram Sophronia 65 

Cram Susan 65 

Cran Charles 86 

Cran William 86 

Crandall Susan J. 140 

Crane Annie D. 185 
Crane Benjamin D. 185 

Crane E. Bernice 117 

Crane Henry T. 117 

Crane J. FCruest 117 

Crane Martha 209 

Crane Robeit 117 

Crane Waylaiid 185 

Cran well Effie i%. 166 
Crauwell 

Florence L. 166 
Crauwell Phili]) W. 166 

Crawford Andrew 82 

Crayton p;mma 160 

Cresy Sarah 115 

Crippen Fllizabeth 143 

Crippen Harriet 143 
Crippen Shurburn 87 
Crocker Mar^- J. 170-224 

Crocker Willuun 256 

Crombie Mary 64 

Crouley Susie E. 144 

Cronley Theodore 144 

Crosby 212 

Crosby Abel L. 211 

Crosby Alphonso 152 

Crosby Jane E. 175 

Crosby Mary P. 211 

Cross Nathaniel 53 

Crout s) 

Crowe Martha 154 

Crowe Thomas 154 

Crowlej' Mary 210 

Crumb Lucy 137 
Cunningham 





Dorothy I. 


122 




Cunningham 






George A. 


122 




Cunningham 






Eliza P. 


122 


I8I8 


Cunningham 






Elizabeth 


122 




Cunningham Ida 


M.146 


1822 


Cunningiiam 






James W. 


122 




Cunningham Jol 


n 146 


IS27 


Cunningiiam 






Joseph S, 


122 


1824 


Cunningham 






Lucretia 


122 




Cunningham Pet 


er 122 


I7S3 


Cunningham 






Peter Jr. 


122 


I8I6 


Cunningham 






Sarah S. 


122 




Cunningham 






Thomas 


188 




Cummings 


152 




Currier 






Benjamin W. 


132 




Currier l{lizabeth 55 




Currier F'lora }',. 


85 




Curtice Susan 


67 




Curtis Eliza 


69 




Curtis Friink 


119 




Curtis James 


157 


1760 


Curtis Phebe 


57-109 


1733 


Curtis Sarah 


36-57 




Curtis William 


46 




Cushman Joseph 


108 




Cutter Mary W. 


r59 




Cutler 






Enveline S. 1 


36-204 




Curwen Richard 


253 



30-J 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1847 
1S50 
184 1 
1852 

1S44 
1S59 

1855 
1838 



1847 



Daggett Freeman 159 

1835 Daggett George 159 
Daggett Isabel 4S-86 

Dahliu Eiiima 219 

Dake Benjamin 223 

Dake L,uciuda A. 170 
Dake Sally M. 170-223 
Dakin Marj' h. 64-126 

Dakiu Samuel 126 

Dalphin Kditli 143 

Dalphin George 143 

Dalphiu Marjorie 143 

Dalphiu Percival 143 

Dalphin Robert G. 143 

Dalton Charles 1,. 212 

i8do Dame Charles H. 72 

Dame Emannel W. 72 

Dame Eugene H. 72 

Dame Francis S. 72 

Dame Isabella C. 72 

Dame John A. 72 

Dame John H. 72 

Dame Mary L. 72 

Dame Samuel 72 

Dame Sarah E. 72 

Dame William S. 72 

Daudley Merrill 47 

Dane Francis 18 

Dane Hira:u 66 

Dane John 66 

Daniels Annie 149 

Daniels John 149 

Daniels Nancy 155 

Danielson John 54 

Dart Almira 194 

Davis 98 

Davis Albert 52 

Davis Caroline 69 
Davis Demerritt 75-76 
Davis Eliza J. 158-217 

Davis Elizabeth 207 

i860 Davis Emma J. 76 

1877 Davis Etta B. 76 
Davis Ezra 52-97 

1867 Davis Flora M. 76 
Davis Georgiana A. 41 

1865 Davis Harley t,. 76 

1879 Davis Harry E. 76 

Davis Jonathan 161 

1817 Davis Julia A. M. 97 

Davis Louise B. 173 

1862 Davis Lydia M. 76 

Davis Moses 52 

Davis R. I. 54 

Davis Selma 76 

Davis Zachariah in 

Davidson James J. 197 

1838 Davy Margaret A. 91 

Davy James 91 

Dawes Ida 108 

1883 Dawson Ida J. 185 

Dawson Samuel 185 

1845 Day Ellen 168 

1847 Day Harriet C. 168 

Day Ilosea 87 

Day Irena 87 

Day Kellogg 168 

1843 Day Mary E. 168 

Day Rose 87 
Dearborn Benjamin253 

Deacon 84 

Dean Frederick \V. 187 

Dean Maria 66 

1840 Dean Marietta E. 250 

Dean Mary K- 1S7 

Dean Murray 187 

Dean Perry C. 75 

Dean Solomon 252 



Dean Snsan 187 

Deethe Sumner 125 
1S77 DeGrase Bertha M. 201 
DeGrase Samuel 201 
Dego Adriel 151 

Dego Emily 151 

De La Mater 

Frank L. 208 

1576 De La Mater 

Harriet C. 20S 

De La Mater Louisa 146 
De La Mater Lucius 208 
De La Mater 

Rebecca 146 

Delano Adell 213 

Delano Mortimer 213 
DeLano Frank T. 211 
Delora Louise 209 

Delora Michael 209 
Demming C. H. 90 

De Moe 160 

Denis Alfred 83 

Denis Horace T. 83 
Dennis Amos 216 

Dennis Ann 30 

Dennis Susan 156 

Dennison Cornelia 117 
Dennison John J. 191 
Dennison Mary A. 191 
Deshon Frances E. 220 
Desirudie Eugenia 248 
Devereux Abby 74-135 
Devereux Hannah 79 
Dexter Marietta 174 
Dexter Pardon 174 

Diamont no 

Diamond Joseph ' 31 
Diamond Mary 244 

Diamond Sarah 3045 

Dickerson 50 

Dickerman N. W. 85 
Didrick Julia A. 140 
Dight Alexander 204 

1577 Diglit GeorgianaM.204 
Dinius Burton C. 208 
Dinius William O. 20S 
Dixon Sarah 82 

1559 Dobbins Elmira E- 136 
Dobbins James 136 

1827 Dodge Albert 65 

1828 Dodge Charlotte 65 
1822 Dodge Daniel 65 

Dodge Diana 59-118 

1831 Dodge Hannah 65 

1818 Dodge Louisa 65 

Dodge Mary E. 184 

Dodge Nathan 184 

Dodge Thomas 65 

1820 Dodge William 65 

Donaldson HannahB.42 

1560 Donnelly Anna L. 52 
Doolittle Harriet L.187 
Dority Dean 43 
Dorr Catherine 104-114 
Dorrance John 242 

1858 Dorrance Minnie 242 
189S Doty Madelyn W. 83 
1901 Dotv Margaret L. S3 
1830 Doty William 83 

1857 Doty William H. 83 
1802 Dougharty Ellis 56 
Dougharty Henry 56 
1804 Doughartj' Honian 56 
1798 Dougharty 

Hepzibah 56 

1807 Dougharty Jacob 56 
1809 Dougharty john 56 
1813 Dougherty Rebecca 56 
1800 Dougherty Temple 56 
1811 Dougherty Walter 56 



1877 
1883 
1874 

1879 



1S50 



1837 
1859 



1843 



1839 



1857 



1S70 
1858 
1S55 

1872 



1883 



Douglass Alfred C. 17^ 
Douglass Essie W. 172 
Douglass Inez E. 112 
Douglass Lydia S. 60 
Douglass Walter S. 172 
Douglass William 172 
Dow Carrie R. 90 

Dow George 211 

Dow George H. 90 

Dow Harold E. 90 

Dow Juliett C. 75 

Dow Leonora M. 100 
Dow Leonora 76 

Dow Mary A. loo 

Dow Olwyn 100 

Dow Purcell L. 90 

Dow Purcell L., Jr. 90 
Dow Samuel W. go 

Dow Weston E. 100 
Dow William L. 90 

Doyle James 43 

Doyle Mary 73 

Doyle Sarah 246 

Drake Tamar 123 

Draper F'rank G. 138 
Draper Hiram L. 1. 138 
Draper Marcie L. 138 
Draper Meroe 138 

Draper Phebe A. 138 
Dresser Charles A. 122 
Dresser Dorothy 122 
Dresser Emma 122 
Dresser Fanny 198 

Dresser Frances 122 
Dresser George A. 122 
Dresser George W. 122 
Dresser Josephine 122 
Dresser Samuel 122 
Dresser William C. 122 
Drew Susan 103 

Driver Thomas 26 

Driver Thomas 26 

Driver William 36 

Drown Horace 75 

Drown Laura A. 76 

DuBois 

Henrietta 188-229 
Dudlej' H. 93 

Dudley Helen M. 192 
Dudley Jason 192 

Dudley lAicy E. 123 
Dudley Marj- F 159 
Dudley Orison 102 

Dudley Sarah 152-210 
Dunbar Daniel 211 

Dunbar Hattie M. 211 
Dunbar Willard 136 
Dunham James 172 
Dunham 

Prudence 107-177 
Dufresne John 248 

Dufresne 

Matilda 248 

Dunklee 

Nancy S. 118-193 
Durkee Ransom 141 
Dustin Thomas 25 

Dwinuell Mattie 125 
Dyer Abbie M. 134 

Dver Anna 106 

Dyer 

EbenezerH.134-135 
Dyer Edith 135 

Dyer Edward F'. 134 
Dyer Ella F. 134 

Dyer Ephraim 135 

Dyer Ephraim I. 135 
Dyer George C. 182 
Dyer Guy S. 135 

Dyer Harold I. 182 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



308 



i860 
1864 
1867 

i8go 
186S 

1863 

1877 
1835 



Dyer Harold P. 
Dyer Heury S. 
Dyer Herbert P. 
Dver Herrick H. 
Dyer Hugh T. 
Dyer James 
Dyer Maria T. 
Dyer Nina 
Dyer Samuel N. 
Dyer Sarah J. 
Dymon Polly 93- 



Eaglin George W. So 
ICarly Clark 224 

1897 Early Esther M. 224 
Eastman 

Betsey 51-94 

1869 Eastman Eva E. 209 
Eastman James M. 209 
Eastman Jonathan 94 

Easton — 200 

Eaton Betsey 53 

Eaton Hannah H. 96 

1871 Eaton Harriet L. 183 
Eaton John iS 

Eaton Judith 53 

Eaton Julia 254 

Eaton Ruth iS-22 

Eaton Timothy 97 

Eaton Wood 254 

1S70 Eddy Adelbert 242 
Eddy Bert 242 

iCddy EUzabeth 242 
Eddy Orrin 242 

iS6g Eddy Rebecca 242 

Eddy Reuben 242 

Edes Samuel 40 

P'dgett Phebe A. 147 
Edmunds Helen L. 211 
Edson Lucy A. 115 

Eighmv Fannj' 170-224 
p;ider Ruth H. 111-181 





Elder Samuel 


181 


IS40 


Elkins Comfort 


76 


IS38 


Elkins Harrison 


76 


1835 


PUkins John 


76 


1842 


P'lkins Mary 


76 




Elkins Nathaniel 


76 


1836 


Elkins Orolana 


76 




Eliott Nancy 


14S 




Ellis Benjamin 


46 




Ellis Ella 


I2,S 




Ellis p;mily 


153 




p;ilis Mary 


213 


IS53 


iClIis Parmelia 


64 


178- 


Ellison Caleb 


65 




p;nison PCdmund 


65 




Ellison Eunice 


65 




t'Uison Jacob 


65 




Ellison John 


65 




p;ilison Marj- J. 


65 




F.llison Nelson 


65 




t;ilison Richard 


65 




Ellison Vincent 


65 




t;iliott Ephraim 


54 




p;iliott Florence N 


. iiS 




Elliott Moses 


54 




Elliott Nancy 


112 




p;imer Chloe' 


25 




Elson Dinah 


22-26 




Ely Israel 


83 




Ely Israel. Jr. 


8> 




Elvvin Isabel 


I.S8 




p;iwood Rose 


242 




F;mery 


100 




Emery A. M. 


95 


1669 


Emery Abigail 


22-25 




Emery Abigail 


53 



P^mery Anna 162 

Emery Betsey 53 

P^mery pollen P. 95 

P'.merj- G. W. 95 

p;mery Hattie O. 95 
p;mery Jesse 53 

P^niery John 25 

p;niery Moses 53 

PImery Myra P^. 95 

P^mery Oliver H. 95 
PImery Rhoda 53 

Emery Ruth C. 171-225 
p;mery Sally 53 

Emerson Abiah 35 

p;merson Abigail 63 

177S l^merson 

Abigail 93-152 

Emerson Anna 35 

1818 Emerson Asa 112 

Emerson Carroll C.192 

1870 Enierson Edward 

G. 1S4 

Phnerson Elizabeth 35 
Emerson Elizabeth 
M. 10S-173 

1811 Enierson Eunice 112 

1822 Emerson 

Frederic G. 112 
Emerson Jesse 35 

Emerson Joshua 112 
p;merson Joseph 35 
P^merson Julia no 

1826 Enierson Levi 112 

Emerson Mark 35 

1816 p;merson Mary M. 112 
p;inerson Moses 35 
P^merson Sarah I. 130 
Emerson Robert C.192 
Enierson 

Sophronia 1S4 

Enierson William 173 
Emmertou 

Velletta E. 173 

Emmons Sarah 212 

1811 Emory Albert 64 

1S13 Emory Augustus 64 

1854 p;mory Charles A. 64 

1S51 Emory Eliza A. 64 

1S67 Emory Herbert 64 

Emory Stephen 64 

1864 Engle Mary G. 244 

Engle 

Washington A. 244 
Errington Anna 28 

Erwin Charles R. 196 
p;rwin p;mma 80 

PIsterbrook 

Deborah 24-33 

Estes Huldah 18S 

Estes Mary 57-112 

Estes Nancv 57-111 
Esty F;va M". 118 

1842 Evans Diaunah 157 
Evans p;unice 93-154 
Evans Hanson 103 

P>ans Henry 157 

Evans Nellie M. 107 
p;vans Oliver 158 

p;vans W. A. 247 

p;veland Matilda 15S 
p;verett George 215 
p:verett Gilbert 256 
Everett 

Lucretia U. 155-210 
Everett Samuel R. 76 
Everst Sarah I. 142 
P^verts Holland W. 115 
Eybret EUzabeth 143 



109 



109 



109 



180 
180 
180 
219 



1838 Fairbanks Mary E.175 
Fairbrother 

Alzada 
p"airbrother 
Nathan 

1844 Fairbrother 
Zilphine 
Fairfield George 

M. 1S9 

P'alcke Marguerite ;4i 
Fales William R. 
Farley p;benezer 
P'arlej' Godfred P. 
Farley Mary 
Farmer Rebecca 

1739 FarnhamBenjamin254 

1733 Farnham p;phraim254 

1S26 Farnum Charles I. 104 

1750 Farnum James 54 

Farnum James 104 
P'arnum John 36 

P"arnum John 54 

P'arnum Lois A. 153-215 
Farnum Phebe 25-36 

1788 Farnum Putnam 

I. 54-104 

1638 P'arnum Sarah 18-20 
p-arnum Sarah 26 

Farnum Sir W. 215 
P'arnum Timothy 27 
P'arr Cornelia 194 

1715 P'arrington Abigail 23 

1712 Farringlon 

p;beiiezer 23 

1710 Farrington Huldah 23 

1718 P'arrington Samuel 23 
P'arrington Samuel 23 

1719 Farrington Sarah 23 
Farwell Clara 133 
Farwell John H. 133 
P'aulkner Alice C. 52 
Faulkner Alonzo D.52 
P'aulkner 

Ammiruamah 27 
P'aulkner Charles F.52 
P'aulkner Daniel P. 52 
Fanlkner Ella 52 

P'axon Augustus 72 
Fay Elizabeth 122-196 
Fay John S. 125 

P'erguson Elizabeth 91 
P'ellows Sarah 27-39 

1777 P'ernald Sarah 54-102 
Ferris Maria R. 224 

1S81 Fessenden AddieL.180 

i860 FessendenAddieM.iSo 

1870 Fessenden Clara I. iSo 

1828 P'essenden 

p;dwin P'. 180 

1S5S Fessenden 

Frank P. 180 

1S73 Fessenden P'red L. iSo 

1879 Fessenden 

Lothrop E. iSo 

1862 Fessenden Myra L. 180 

1900 P'essenden 

Willard B. 
P'ield Ainv 
Field Cha'rles 
Field Hiram R. 
P'ield Julia N. 
P'ield Malinda 
P'ield Samuel 
P'ield Samuel, Jr. 

1878 Field Sarah .S. 
P'ield Zerviah 
Fields Haven 

i860 Fife Charles F. 



I So 

121-194 

194 



210 
210 

124 
253 

31 
210 
168 
1.34 

67 



304 



INGALLS GENEALOGY 



IS29 


Fife James 


67 




Fife John F. 


67 


IS26 


Fife John W. 


66 


IS50 


Fife Mart- E. 


67 


IS33 


Fife William H. 


67 




Fife Wyman 


66 




Fink Jnlia 


155 




Fish Eunice C. 


144 


1S20 


Fish Lilias 


131 




Fish Seth 


131 




Fisher Edna 


91 




Fisher Georg^e W. 


91 




Fisher Mav 


76 




Fisher Wilford 


73 




FiskL Elizabeth 


59 




Fisk John 


37 




Fitzgerald Adaline 


43 




Fletcher 


61 



ISS7 
1878 
1736 
1724. 
1726 
1851 

IS24 

IS49 

iS-6 
1S26 
iS^S 
1S67 
1734 
1873 
1730 

1S64. 
iS^6 
iSSi 
172S 
1722 
1SS3 
1822 
1862 
1S50 
1871 

1720 
1S69 
1790 
iSrS 
1857 
1831 
1S65 
1S54 
1817 
1820 
1845 

1S77 

1716 
1858 

1828 
1850 

1739 
1S60 



246 



Fletcher Addison 121 
Fletcher Caroline 162 
Fletcher 

Charles W. J. 167 
Fletcher Francis P.167 
Fletcher George F.167 
Fletcher 

Herman P. 167 

Fletcher 

Panlina M. 
Fletcher Sarah 
Fleminar 



167 

54-51 

S4 

25 

25 

loS 

108 



Flint Abel 
Flint Abner 
Flint Albert R 
Flint Alonzo J. 

Flint Arkelas 25 

Flint Asher 25 
Flint'Bartholomew 25 
Flint Benjamin W. loS 
Flint Benjamin W. 107 

Flint Charles F. loS 

Flint Charles J. 108 

Flint Charles W. roS 

Flint Dora C. loS 

Flint Eben I. loS 

FUnt EUphalet 25 

Flint Eliza A. 108 

FUnt Elizabeth 25 
Flint Eunice 27-3S 

Flint George A. loS 

Flint Georgia I. loS 

Flint Henrv- F. 108 

Flint Huldah 25 

Flint James 25 

Flint Jennie E- loS 

Flint John 107 

Flint John B. 108 

Flint John W. 107 

Flint Joseph roS 

FUnt Joshua 25 

FUnt Joshua Jr. 25 

FUnt Lilly M. loS 

FUnt Xathaniel 107 

FUnt Xathaniel 107 
FUnt Nathaniel F. loS 



FUnt Marshall 
FUnt Marshall I. 
FUnt Mary R. 
FUnt Rebecca 
FUnt Reuben I. 
Flint Reuben I. 
FUnt Roval 
Flint Roval N. 
FUnt Ruth ; 

FUnt Sarah 
FUnt Sarah J. 
FUnt Sally 
FUnt Sarnuel I. 
FUnt Solomon S. 
FUnt Theodore 
Flint WilUam M. 



loS 
loS 
loS 
107 
107 
ro7 
25 



ro8 

37-112 

23 

loS 
57-112 

108 

loS 

25 
108 



1S44 



1S62 



1S56 



1S43 
1S14 



1S64 



Flood Jane 
Flood Joseph 
Flood George 
Flood Obadiah 
Flood Sarah 
Flower Marv" 
Floyd Rachel 
Fogg Fannv 
Follet Harriet G. 
Folsom Edna 
Fonda Abram 
Foose WilUam H. 
Foote Enoch 
Foote Isaac 
Forbes Rebecca 
Ford AUce 169-223 

Ford T. F. 129 

Forrester Mary 175 
ForresterMar\- A. B. 102 
Foster 



17 I 1830 French Sarah 114 

Friend Margaret 40 
Frisbee EUzabeth 43 
Frissell Edith L. 189 
Frissell Gladvs 189 
Frissell Ruth'E. 1S9 
Frissell Walter E. 189 
Frost Annie S. iSo 

Frost Benjamin B. iSo 



17 


1S94 


246 


1S94. 


211 


1899 


2S 




175 


1S6S 


7S 




77 


1S57 


lOI 


1S62 


142 


1S55 


o4 




3+ 




119 


1681 



Ford Abraham 
Foster Arthur C. 
Foster CaU-in 
Foster Charles Vv' 
Foster Elizabeth 
B. II 

Fester Enos 
Foster Flora M. 
Foster Flojd C. 
Foster Freeman 
Foster George S. 
Foster Gideon 
Foster Gilbert 
Foster Gilbert A. 
Foster Jacob 
Foster Jabez S. 
Foster John 
Foster Lydia J. 
Foster Mae 72 

Foster OrpheUa 73 
Foster Osborne 113 
Foster Sophia 126-199 
Foster Susan 115-1S6 
Fowle Charles A. 132 
Fowle Ella A. 132 

Fowle Leonard 132 
Fcwle Luther 253 

Fowler Abner so 

Fowler WilUam W 
Fox 



197 
163 
129 
122 

97-158 
94 



Fox Abiel 
Fox CaroUne 
Fox Charles 
Fox EUza 
Fox Jane 
Fox Katherine A 
Fox Lemuel 
Fox Xathaniel B. 
Fox Owen 
Fox Solomon 
Fox WilUam 
FrankUn 

Gerusha 

Frazer 

Frazier Bertha E. 175 
Frazier Clark 175 

Free LilUan B. 142 

Freeman Emily S4-143 
Freeman Philena 126 

French 34 

French Abba 15s 

French Abigail 39-66 
French Elmer W. 103 
French 

EUzabeth 66-128 
French EUzabeth 244 
French Jenny 212 

French John 114 

French Moses J. 163 
French NelUe F. 163 



1S47 



iSi 1 1S3D 



39 
190 



241 



1S42 
iSSo 



1879 
1893 



1S51 



1SS9 
1S99 
1SS9 
1896 
1S87 
1S62 
1S94 
1890 



Frost Clara P 
Frost Edgar A. 
Frost Ella M. 
Frost Ellen M. 
Frost Simeon 
Frj-e Esther 
Frj-e John 
Frye John J. 
Frve Mars" 
Fr>-e Ruth 
Frye Sarah 
Fuller Abigail 
Fuller Maf>- F. 
Fuller Ruie 
Fuller Sarah 
Fuller Samuel Jr. 
Fultz Ellen 
Gage AUce 
Gage Isaac 
Gage Mart- J. 12S-201 
Gage Phebe G. 24S 
Gamble Emma 241 
Gammon Percival 108 
Gardner Abigail I. 138 
Gardner Achsah 13S 
Gardner Alonzo 158 
Gardner Fred S. 
Gardner 

Gertrude H. 
Gardner George W.13S 
Gardner 

Harrison I. 
Gardner Jane 
Gardner John W. 
Gardner 

Lorenzo H. 
Gardner OUver C, 
Gardner Sarah 
Gardner Stephen 
Gardner Wilkinsoni46 
GardnerWilUamW.146 
Gardner Vera A. 146 
Gardener Charles 61 
Garfield Abram 
Garfield James A 
Garfield John 
Garfield Lo\-ina 
Garfield Mar^- 
Garfield Mehitable 46 
Garfield Thomas 46 
Gar lock . 

WilUam H. 2^7 

Garrott EU So 

Garrott Louisa S. 80 

Gates 98 

Gates Anna 1S8 

Gatconib Margaret 73 



iSo 

iSo 

iSo 

96 

96 

22-27 

73 

95 

3S-60 

73 

54 

42-70 

131 
204 
1S8 
32 
no 
127 
104 



138 
146 



146 
13S 
146 

146 
150 
189 



46 
46 
103 
103 
46 



Gatconib Urania 
Gaylord Frances 

Gavton 

Geddis Mary E. 

Gee 

Geel Stillman 
Geer Charles 
Geer Chauncej- A. 
Geer Chester 
Geer Chester S. 
Geer Edna M. 
Geer George E. 
Geer George E 
Geer Xettie A. 



73 
197 

52 

90 
"3 

74 
189 
189 
1S9 



1S9 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



305 



1S45 

1843 
1804 
1S41 
1838 

1S24 



1S7S 
1S92 
1876 

iSSo 

IS33 



IS43 

I8-S 
1895 

IS52 
1854 
1852 
I8I5 

ISS7 
1890 

iSSi 

IS97 
1852 



1S09 



ISS6 

I79S 

IS64 

1870 



IS60 
I8SS 



George Frank O. 152 

Georke Henrietta 178 
Gerrish Moses 51-252 

Gibbs Aaron I. 179 

Gibbs Edward A. 174 

Gibbs Emeline 179 

Gibbs Franklin 179 

Gibbs Octavia 179 

Gibbs Owen B. 179 

Gibson Davis 245 

Gibson Delia A. 245 

Gibson Samuel 245 

Giddings 22 

Giddings Helen igi 

Gifford Mary M. 109 

Gifford Seaver igo 

Gilbert 60 

Gilbert Nancy 1SS-217 

Gile Sarah 174 

Gilkey Carrie B. 1S4 

Gilkey John D. 184 

Gilkev Lillian G. 1S4 

Gilkev Ralph W. 204 

Gilkey Reuben h. 1S4 

Gilkey Smith T. 1S4 
Gilman Andrew P. 100 

Gilman Lucy E. 100 

Gilmore Robert 63 
Gilpatrick 

Elizabeth 172 

Gilpatrick Sarah 171 

Gillis Carrie 141 

Gillis Charles 141 

Gillis William 141 

Girdler John 24 
Glasej- Sarah 24-30 

Gleason Abbie E. iSg 

Glover Mary 26 

Goff Edna S. 147 
Goff Eleanor K. A. 147 

Goff George 65 

Goff Henry 147 

Goff Henrv- 144 

Goff Huldah A. 144 

Goff Jeremiah 144 

Goff Jeremiah 147 

Goff Jerrv W. 147 

Goff Joseph T. 147 

Goff Leslie I. 147 

Goff Lewis H. 14S 
Goff Susanna 48-S5 

Goff William 144 

Goodell Amasa 121 
Goodell Delia 121-107 
Goodell Esther 3S-61 
Goodell Leonard S. 190 
Goodell Luc3' 62-121 

Goodell Martha 246 

Goodell Osias 160 

Goodrich Elias 82 

Goodsell Fannj' 62 

Goodwin 74 

Gordon Dora 145 

Gordon Ella 133 

Gordon Euretta 61 

Gordon George E. 145 
Gordon Huldah S6-144 

Gordon Ida 145 

Gordon Linda 145 

Gordon Nancy 61 

Gordon William 144 

Gordon William 145 

Gordon Wilmer I. 145 
Gordon 

Wilmer I. Jr. 145 

Goss Deborah 43 

Goss Rebecca 53 

Goss Stephen 53 

Gott Louise 253 

Gould Thomas 30 



Graham Delphine 106 
Graham Mary 44 

Granger Lucintha 208 
Grant Alexander 126 
Grant Arthur C. , 210 
Grant Belle 210 

Grant Mary E. 126 

Grant William B. 210 

1819 Gray Amanda SS-149 
Gray Allison 173 

Gray Elijah 149 

Gray Elizabeth 58 

Gray Irene 10S-174 

Graves 129 

Graves Blaney 70 

Graves Jane 65 

Green Charles 144 

Green Drusilla 44 

Green Elnora 144 

Green Elnora 145 

Green Herbert 145 

Green Mary 151 

Green Omer 144 

Green Samuel 154 

i860 Greenleaf Nellie M. 131 
Greenleaf 

Nathaniel B. 131 
Greeley Elizabeth 124 

1S92 Gregorv Amelia T. 58 

1S84 Gregory David B. 58 

1S96 Gregory Edna P. 58 
Gregory Elijah H. 58 

1SS7 Gregory Mary A. 58 
Gregory William H. 58 
Gridley James E. 114 
Griffin' Hannah 86-148 
Griffin Phebe 57-109 
Griggs Elijah 198 

Griggs Fred 132 

Griggs Joseph 69 

Griggs Joseph 132 

Griggs Joseph Jr. 132 

1S31 Griggs Phiana J. 198 
Grijgs Ruth 50-92 

Grindle Annie F. 171 
Grindle Everett C. 171 
Grindle Harry C. 171 
Grindle 

Josephine A. 171 
Grindle Minnie F. 171 
Grindle Nina F. 171 
Grindle Orlando 171 
Grindle William 171 
Grindie William C. 171 

Griswold 247 

Groshong Clara 201 
Groshong Floyd 201 
Groshong Laura 201 
Groshong Linnie 201 
Groshong Lloyd S. 201 
Groshong Lucy 201 
Groshong Walter J. 201 

Gross 83 

Gross Abigail 93 

Gross Lulu 243 

Gross William 93 

Grosvener Arthur 61 
Grosvener 

Charles I. 61 

Grosvener 

Charles P. 61 

Grosvener Esther 61 
Grosvener Euretha 61 
Grosvener Jane 61 

Grosvenor Joshua 61 
Grosvenor Joshua 120 
Grosvenor Olive 61 

1760 Grosvener Olive 61-120 
Grosvenor 

Pavson P. 61 



Grosvenor Robert 61 

Grosvenor Sarah 61 

1863 Grout Ambrose E- 166 

1867 Grout Effiie L. 129-166 

Grout Elijah L. 166 

1859 Grout Fannie E. 166 

1S76 Grout Frank E- J66 

1S74 Grout George P. 166 

Grout James 40 

Grout 

Thaddeus P. 129-166 

1902 Grout Thaddeus T. 166 
Grow Rebecca 26-37 

Grow Gertrude 75 

Grover George W. 108 

Groves Jethro 150 

Guilford Moses 79 

Guild Rebecca 216 

Guild Simeon H. 146 

Guild Susan M. 146 

Guilder Nelson 15 

Guptill Charlotte 74 

1S54 Gunn Emma F. 204 

Gunu Warreu F. 204 

Guy Mary 133 

H 

Hackett Abner 104 

Hackett Minnie 70 

Hadley 43 

Hadley Elias 30 

Haines Charles 128 
Haines Polly 54-100 

Hale Albert 206 
Hale 

Amanda C. 10S-176 

Hale Arthur J. 73 

Hale Carrie E. 73 

1S99 Hale El-sie B. 206 

Hale Enoch 64 

Hale Francis 7'? 

Hale Helen E. 65 

1S98 Hale Howard L. 206 

Hale Lo's'inia 65 

1896 Hale Merrill G. 206 

1895 Hale Mildred A. 206 

Hale Moses 63 

1839 Hale Mar>- E. 142 

Hale Oscar I. 73 

Hale Samuel 142 

1765 Hale Sarah 39-63 

Hale Sarah 56 

Hale William 65 

Hale Willsev G. 206 

Hall Albert G. 118 

Hall Benjamin 60 

18S1 Hall Costello W. 179 

Hall Edith M. 131 

1S66 Hall Elbridge G. 179 

Hall Frank L. 131 

18S7 Hall Harley M. 179 

Hall Harriet 252 

1S6S Hall Ira D. 179 

Hall Isabel 76 

Hall James 73 

Hall John 51 

Hall John ici 

Hall John 241 

Hall Marcia 94 

Hall Nancy M. 98 

Hall Richard 55 

1S84 Hall Rose C. 179 

Hall Samuel 138 

Hall Susie 153 

1S41 Hall Svlvester H. 179 

1874 Hall Sylvester H. 179 

Hallett Charles 216 

1859 Hallett Cora M. 217 

Hallett Frank 217 

Hallett Glenn 217 



306 



INGALLS GENEALOGY, 



Hallett Har\-ey 217 
Hallett Llewellyn 217 
Hallett Nettie 217 

Hallett Seliua 217 

1883 Hallock Deborah 196 
Hallock Edward L.196 

1881 Hallock Frauk M. 196 
1879 Hallock George A. 196 
1876 Hallock Julia A. 196 
18S3 Hallock Lydia 196 
1S73 Hallock Marv E. 196 

Hallock Weudall B.236 
Halstead 

Lydia M. 90-150 

Halstead Lydia M. 150 

Ham I.ydia W. 76 

HamillAllen W. no 

1895 Hamill Robert L. no 

1S79 Hammond Annie E.117 

1874 Hammond 

Arthur S. 117 

1882 Hammond 

George C. 117 

1886 Hammond Helen S.117 
Hammond 

William H. 117 

Hamlet Daniel 242 

1901 Hamlet James E. 242 
Hamlin Sarah E. 159 
Hancock Ann E.101-162 
Hancock Ella'C. 100 
Hancock Fred L. 100 
Hancock George H.ioo 

i860 Hancock 

Horace W. 100 

Hancock Joseph R. 100 
Hancock William 162 
Hauuej' Elsie 208 

Hauley Marguerite 14S 
Hansen Alice 218 

Hanson Etta 52 

Hanson Jennie 52 

Hanson Johanna 108 
Hanson Timothy 52 
Hanscom Sarah 52 

Hapgood Abigail R. 41 
Hapagood Mariella 185 

1850 Harmon Eunice 108 
Haraden Henry 1S5 

1863 Haraden Henry M. 185 
Haraden Jennie O. 184 
Haraden John T. 184 

1868 Haraden Minnie I. 185 
Harding Joseph 82 
Harford Anna J. 178 
Harker Sarah 18-23 
Harmon Josiah ic^ 

Harp George 241 

Harrell Alfred 134 

1S67 Harrell Kate 134 

Harriman Susan 211 
Harrington Dolly 171 
Harrington Ella 242 
Harrington John R. 135 

1S40 Harrington 

Mary E. 135 

1850 Harris Annie M. 127 
Harris Amy 256 

Harris Charles 243 

1847 Harris Charles E. 127 

1845 Harris Francis A. 127 
Harris Hannah 54-104 
Harris Herman 104 
Harris Jonas C. 127 
Harris Polly 93-151 

Harris Rachel 61-120 
Hart Adelaide N. 69 
Hart Edward C. 69 

1681 Hart Elizabeth 19 

Hart Frank L. 69 





Hart George L. 


69 




Higgins Fanny I. 


'134 




Hart George S. 


69 




Higgins George 


140 




Hart Nathaniel 


75 




Higgins Heman 


140 




Hart San\nel 


19 


1841 


Higgins Henr\- L. 


139 




Hart Samuel 


69 


1848 


Higgins Hugh E. 


140 


1S33 


Halt Vienna 


75 




Higgins Israel 


139 




Hartrock Molly 


245 




Higgins JIaude 


140 


1843 


Hartshorn 






Higgins aiary 


140 




Emma G. 


122 




Higgins Rachel 


140 


I79S 


Hartshorn 






Hildreth Jesse 


66 




George S. 


122 




Hill 


S3 




Hartshorn Thomas 65 




Hill Clara B 


51 




Hartt Flora 


206 


1730 


Hill Elizabeth 


26 




Hartt William 


206 




Hill Hepzibah 


82 




Harvey Maryl,.2i 


4-234 


1727 


Hill John 


26 




Haseltine Amanda 155 


1733 


Hill John 


26 




Haseltine 




1729 


Hill Margaret 


26 




Charles F. 


34 


1733 


Hill Samuel 


26 




Haseltine Ephraim 34 




Hill Sarah A. 


152 




Haseltine James 


53 


17S1 


Hill Stephen 


26 


1749 


Haseltine John 


53 




Hiller George B. 


79 




Haseltine Joseph 


53 




Hills Marv E. 


138 




Haseltine Mary 


35-53 




Hills Rhoiae 49-S8 




Haskell Abigail 


42 


iSoi 


Hills Rowena 96-156 




Haskell Josephus 156 




Hilliard Barnes U. 


lOI 




Haskell Polly 


49-87 


1822 


HilHard Melinda 


lOI 




Hastings Dier 


253 




Hillver John C. 


46 




Hatch 


83 




Hillver Ruth 


46 




Hathaway Betsey 


88 




Hillver Mary 


46 


IS57 


Hawes Ellen R. 


216 




Hilton Joseph 


44 




Hawes Henry 


216 




Hinckley Floyd 


107 




Hawkes 






Hinckley Thomas 


86 




F. Cashman 


119 




Hines Sarah 46-79 




Hawkins Sarah 121-195 




Hitchcock 


62 


1S48 


Hawlej' Emily 


135 




Hitchcock 






Hawley James M 


135 




Charlotte 


222 




Hav Margaret 


244 




Hitchcock Esther 


15S 


IS58 


Havden Ellen F. 


168 




Hitchcock George 


241 




Harden William H.16S 




Hitchcock Henry ] 


.241 




Hayes Elizabeth 


70 




Hitchings Daniel 


24 


iSoi 


Hayes Joanna 


100 




Hoadley Hiram 


91 




Haynes John 


43 


1870 


Hoadley Louise 


91 




Hayes William 


100 




Hodge Cordelia 


87 




Hayward Abigail 


196 




Hodge Jerusha 


63 




Hayward Willian 


20 




Hodge Joseph 


63 




Hazard 






Hodge Warren 


87 




Benjamin I. 


257 




Hodges Walter 


132 




Hazard Schuyler 


257 




Hodgden Edwin 


100 


1853 


Head Altigai! 


179 


18S3 


Hodgman Ida E. 


125 


1847 


Head James A. 


179 


1893 


Hodgman Julia E. 


125 




Head Nathaniel 


179 


1S89 


Hodgman 






Heald Eliza E. 


65 




Marion B. 


125 




Heath Hannah 99-161 




Hodgman Volney 


125 




Heath John 


162 


1694 


Hoitt Maria 25-34 




Heath Susan 


52-95 




Hoitt William 


34 




Hedden Frances 


1S8 




Holbrook Calvin 


252 




Hency Mary C. 


74 




Holbrook Mary A. 


150 




Henry Fannie 


47 




Holcomb 


257 




Hendley Mary 


19-24 




Holden Mai"y 39-65 




Hendley Elias 


24 




Holden Nancy 


87 


1661 


Hendrick Sarah 


22-25 




Holman Eliza 67 


-130 




Hendrick Daniel 


25 




Holmes Abigail 


137 




Hendricks 






Holmes Augustus 


202 




Sophia V. 


208 




Holmes Elijah 


II 




Herbert Ir^'ing S 


139 


1863 


Holmes 






Herbert Sarah F. 


212 




Florence E. 


202 


1874 


Herbert Sarah M. 


139 




Holland Miranda 


80 




Herrick A. N. 


257 




HoUenbeck Frank 


241 




Hess David 


164 




Holt Charles 


122 


1S63 


Hess Margaret J. 


164 




Holt Charles Jr. 


122 




Hibbard H. Wade 


215 




Holt Ehza 


122 




Hibbard Hope 


215 




Holt Mandana L. 


124 




Hibbard 


60 


16S0 


Holt Mary 2 


2-27 




Hibner Catherine 


243 




Holton Charlotte M 


.150 


17/1 


Hickman Mary 


42-Si 




Holton Lemuel 


150 




Hicks Elniira 


141 




Holyoke 


17 




Hicks F'lmira 


142 




Holznagle Alfred 


150 




Hicks Olive 


47-Si 




Homan Mary 10S-175 




Higgins Bertie 


140 




Homer Charles 


153 




Higgins Blanche 


140 




Hood 


42 



POSTERITY OF KDMUND INGAIvIvS, OF LYNN. 



30< 



i«57 



1774 
1770 



1865 
1S29 



1825 
1856 



185S 
1865 



1S76 
1S93 

1S28 

1S7S 

1847 



43 
31 

95 
95 

221 
221 
139 
139 

151 



Hooper Eliza 
Hooper Robert 
Hooke Daniel C. 
Ilooke James T. 
Hope Kdwin t,. 
Hope Marj' A. 
Hopper John 
Hopper Sarah J. 
Hopkins 

Enieline S. 
Hopkins Fanny 106-169 
Hopkins Mary A. 19S 
Hopkins William'r.133 
Home Alice M. 172 

Horton 74 

Horton Abigail 65-106 
Horton Asa 252 

Horton Eunice 56-106 
Horton George S. 252 
Horton Joshua 
Hortou Mary 
Hotaling 

Hannah M. 
Hough Harley 
Hough Jedediah 
Hough Mary L. 213 
Houghton Edwin 110 
Houghton Helen E. 76 
Houghtaling 

David H. 
Ploughtaling 

Martha 
Houston John 
Houston Mary J 
Hovey Abijah 
How Israel 
How Priscilla 
Howard — — 
Howard K. I. 
Howard Byron 
Howard Clifton 
Howard Floyd 
Howard Helen M. 
Howard Uillian 
Howard Lucy 
Howard Portia 
Howard William 20 
Howe Henry S. 1S5 

How'e Josephine iSs 
Howe Parma 47-\S 

Howlaiid F^dward 
Howland Helen M 
Howland Kate M. 
Howland John 
Howland Joseph 
Howlett Daniel 
Hovt David 
Hubbard Walter 
Huckins Charles 
Huckins Edward 
Huckins F;mily 
Huckins Enos 
Huckins F^unice 
Huckins Frances 
Huckins Horatio N. 170 
Huckins Keuxby .170 
Hudson Clarissa 66 
Huested Fannie 86 

Huested Jesse S. 86 
Huested Joseph 86 

Huested Joseph S. 86 
Huested Wilson 86 

Huested Wilson 86 

Hughson Lizzie 247 
Hull Jennie 83 

Hull Sarah L. 143 

Hnll William 143 

Hull William Z. loi 
Humeston Caleb 170 



106 

5^^ 

207 
154 
213 



19S 

IgS 
l6S 
168 
36 



S3- 25 7 
194 
194 
194 
194 



147 



1-7 
127 

I '12 

192 
254 
122 

104 
161 
170 
170 
161 
[212 
170 



Humeston 

Thomas R. 170 

Humphrey John I,. 77 

Huse Abigail 34-51 

Huston Heiijamin 175 

Huston Cliarles 175 

Huston Fraiik 175 

Huston James M. 175 

1S4S HuntAlonzoJ. 146 

1S53 Hunt Autoinett 146 

1S82 Hunt Bessie i'.. 146 

18S4 Hunt Charlotte E. 146 

Hunt l';phraim 63 

1875 Hunt Frederick h. 146 

Hunt George W. 51 

Hunt Horace B. 184 

1S73 Hunt Horace 146 

Hunt Jacob 146 

1894 Hunt John C. 146 

1S25 Hunt Lorenzo 146 

Hunt Sarah ^6 

Hunt Tabitha 39-63 

Hunter William 133 

Huntington 122 

Huntington Alice S.192 
Huntington 

Hannah W. 192 

Hutchins F^lizabeth 53 
Hutchins Martin V.174 
Hutchins Mary 44 

Hutchinson 

Benjamin 71 

Hutchinson 

FlHzabeth 36-509 
Huten Archibald "46 
Hvatt Cora 121 

Hvatt Frank W. 121 
Hyatt Willis W. 121 
Hj-de Charles 93 

Hyde Charles Jr. 93 
Hyde Samantha 93 

I 
Ingell — - 256 

Ingersol Josiah 59 

Ingersoll Joel 73 

Ingeson Nathaniel 164 
Ingeson 

Cytithia 164-222 

Ingham Madora 90 
Inman F'lwyn 116 

Innian John 170 

Ireson Benjamin 253 
Iresou F'dward 40 

Ireson John 29 



Jackman Josiah 93 

Jackman Margaret 93 
Jackman 

Mary A.. 136-204 
Jackson" William 207 
Jacobs Charles C. 195 
Jacobs Clara 2(X) 

1S60 Jacobs Isabell L. 221 
1892 Jacobs John C. 195 

Jacobs Lorenzo 221 
Jacoy John B. 253 

James 118 

James I<ucy 253 

1S74 Jameson 

Caroline W. 68 

1S80 Jameson Ivdwin P. 6S 

1S71 Jameson Herbert W.6S 

1866 Jameson Lillian 68 

Jameson Robert M. 68 

186S Jameson Robert K. 68 

JanesCarolineM 163-221 

Janes Ira 221 

Janes Patience 88 

Japp 160 



1833 



182S 
1826 



1S57 



1S47 
l'\S9 



1793 
1814 



1S69 



1S62 
18S9 



1S59 
1897 



Jarvis John 136 

Jarvis Martha 7S-136 
Jayne Pauline 190 

Jenkins Charles H. 67 
Jencks Mercy 24-31 
Jencks Nathaniel 

M. 252 

Jencks Ida 97 

Jennings F;unice 36-57 
Jennings Fannie " 140 
Jennings James 31 
Jennings Jemima 25 
Jennings Mary A. 124 
Jenness Azro 75 

Jenness Cornelia 75 
Jenness Francis 75 
Jewell F;iiza A. 212 
Jewell I-;noch 52 

Jewell John 212 

Jewett F^lecta 66 

Jewett John iii 

Jewett I'atience 57-112 
Johnson Albion iii 
Johnson Alfred 170 
Johnson 

Alexander 
Johnson Arthur C 
Johnson Auren 
Johnson Bessie M. 223 
Johnson Charles F". 181 
Johnson FHisha M. 100 
Johnson 

F^meline 69-131 

Johnson F;va 170 

Johnson George h',. 187 
Johnson Harriet ^LIS5 
Johnson Joseph 29 
Johnson Laura V. 114 
Johnson Lois V. 114 
Johnson Louis A. 100 
Johnson Matilda 99 
Jt)hnson Parsey 116 
Johnson Sally 117 

Johnson Samuel 56 
Johnson Silas 1S7 

Johnson Susan 180 

Jones 50-118 

Jones Abigail 102 

Jones Charlotte A. 102 



So 



125 



Jones Iv R. 
Jones David 
Jones Lucy 
Jones Lucy A. 
Jones Lydia 
Jones Mary M. 
Jones Orlando 
Jones Sarah L. 
Jones Seth 
Jones Valentine 
Jordan F^lla F. 
Jordan Timothy 
Jordan Solomon 
Jose Susanna 
Joseph Mary 
Joy Hannah 



102 
209 

76 
149 
210 

'51 

76 
120 
73 
72 
190 
43 
34 
253 
29-44 



Kadell Katherine 
Reiser William 
Kelsey Charlotte 
Kelhani Maria 
Kelluin Stephen 
Kelly Arthur W. 
Kelley F'Imer D. 
Kelley Florence W. 
Kelley Frank L. 
Kelley George 
Kellev Georgianna 
Kelley Helen K. 
Kelley John L. 



245 
213 

'32 



308 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1895 Kelley Louise 103 

1S91 Kelley Marion A. 103 
Kelly Bernice 154 

Kelly Catherine 203 
Kelly Curtis D. 154 
Kelly Francelia 154 
KellS' Herbert 154 

Kelly Homer 154 

Kelly Eunice 154 

Kellv Maud 154 

Kelly Milo 154 

Kelly Miranda 154 

Kelton Ardese 32 

1822 Kelton Charles C. 32 
Kelton Belinda 32 

Kelton Dwight H. 32 

1774 Kelton Kbenezer 32 
1S60 Kelton Edwin 32 
1818 Kelton P:iizabeth A. 32 
1776 Kelton Enoch 32 

1854 Kelton Fannie M. 32 
i8t2 Kelton Fernando 32 
1S41 Kelton Francis P. 32 
1848 Kelton Georg^e 32 

Kelton Hannah 32 

1851 Kelton Henry 32 

1S50 Kelton Herbert 32 

1750 Kelton James 32 

17S2 Kelton James 32 

Kelton John 32 

1S79 Kelton Mary H. 32 

1775 Kelton Nahinn 32 

1890 Kelton Nannie H. 32 
1784 Kelton Nathan 32 
1786 Kelton Ona 32 

1891 Kelton Robert S. 32 

1855 Kelton Raymond A. 32 
1780 Kelton Sabra 32 
1310 Kelton Samuel 32 
1817 Kelton Truman C. 32 
1857 Kelton Walter 32 

Kelsey Leonard 213 
Kemp' Louisa 224 

1879 Kendrick Ethel 213 
Kendrick John 125 

1877 Kendrick Joseph 

L. S. 213 

1884 Kendrick Ray R. 213 
Kendrick Rebecca 73 
KendrickWilliamR 213 

18S4 Kennedy Harold S. 191 

1901 Kennedy Hilda D. 190 
Kennedy James 190 
KennedV Katherine 
D. " 1S7 

1875 Kennedy Katherine 

M. 190 

1872 Kennedj' Lucius C. 190 

1896 Kennedy Olive I. 190 
Kennedy Tabitha 245 

1842 KennedyWilliamD.190 
Kennev Charles F". 163 
Kent David 99 

Kent Samuel 73 

Kibben James M. 219 
Kibben May 160-219 
KilbornHuldah 109-1S3 
Kilborn Huldah I. 183 
Kilborn Mary A. 1S3 
Kilborn 

Rebecca 110-177 
Kilts Mary 241 

Kimball Aleph A. 117 

1S72 Kimball Alice M. 116 

1880 Kimball Alice M. 117 
1839 Kimball AndrewP. 117 

Kimball Asa 116 

1875 Kimball Bessie 117 

Kimball Caleb W. 84 

Kimball Clara 117 



Kimball Daniel 27 

Kimball F;d\vard 254 

1852 Kimball F;mma L. 253 

183S Kimball Georg-e 117 

1S55 Kimball Helen P. 204 

1S55 Kimball HenrvJ.G.253 

1833 Kimball Horace S. 117 

Kimball J. Burton 153 

Kimball Jacob 56 

1832 Kimball John H. 116 

1846 Kimball Jonathan 

E. 253 

1S42 Kimball Kittie W. 84 
Kijnball Lucy 25 

Kimball Lydta 59 

Kimball Lydia 252 

Kimball Maria 

. M- 153-215 

1843 Kimball Maria S. 117 

1848 Kimball MarthaA. 253 
1S41 Kimball Mary A. 117 

Kimball Milo A. 153 

Kimball Molly 58 

Kimball Nelson 153 

Kimball Olive R. 162 

Kimball Richard 253 

Kimball Rufus 204 
1725 Kimball Sarah 36-56 

Kimball Sarah 173 

Kimball Sarah E. 183 

1849 Kimball Sarah J. 253 

1847 Kimball Seth 117 
Kimball Thomas 30 

1719 Kimball Thomas 253 

1876 King- Alberta 1S7 

King Anna 206 

1885 King Florence M. 76 
King Hannah 49-87 
King- James C. 76 

King Martin P. 1S7 

1901 King Myrtle E. 190 

1S81 King Robert E. 190 
Kinne Da\-id 158 

1854 Kinne Mary 158 

Kinney Isaac 47 

Kirkland 170 

Kittle George R. 190 

1S69 Kittle Geogiana 190 
Kittredge Solomon 36 
Klinefilter Lee L. 160 
Kling Mj-ron 160 

Knapp Martha S0-136 
Knight F;dwin P. iiS 
Knight F;mma E. 118 
Knight William F. 118 
Knights 

Patience 60-119 

Kolhnan John 217 

Kollman Mary T. 217 
Knowles Freelove 148 
Knowlton Marjorieii3 
Knowlton Sally 58 

Knowlton Sarah E.102 
Kurtz Christian 159 

1S63 Kurtz Maggie 159 



T862 Ladd Clara B. 

Ladd Leander 
1S77 Laine Susie M. 

Lake 

Lamb 

Lamb F^dward 

I^amb Esther 83- 

Lamb John 
1792 Lamb Lorina 82-1 

Lamb Melony 

Lamb Moses 

Lamson 

Lancaster William 



1801 
1803 



1865 
1862 
1867 
1876 
1870 
1882 
1873 



1S24 



1782 



217 




59 




170 




83 




256 


1880 


S3 


1857 


139 


1870 


187 


1865 


83 




152 


1S97 


no 





Lane 83-212 

Lane Mary 24-31 

Lanpher Louisa N. 75 
Lantridge 

Margaret 

Lawrence 

Lawrence 

Evaline A. 
Lawson Don C. 

Lawton 

Larabee Sarah 
Larkin Abigail 
Larkin John S. 
Larkin Joseph J. 
Larkin Isaac 
Larrabee 

Archibald 
Larrabee Charles 

L. 
Laughlin 

F'lizabeth 
Lary Thomas 
Lary Emeline 

E. 
Leamnon 

Elizabeth 
Leach Abbie E. 
Leach Almond I. 
Leach F'llen M. 
Leach Jerry L- 
Leach Lizzie D. 
Leach Mary P. 
Leach Nahum I. 
Leach Thomas A 
Leach Samuel 
Lee Loderma 
I^ee Lurina 
Lee Olive L. 
Lee Rachel M. 
Lee Serena 
Leete Clarence P 
Leighton 

Charlotte rog-176 
Leighton 

Joanna h 137 

Leighton Julia A. 51 
Leighton 

Rebecca 19-23 

Leighton Thomas 23 
Leland Joseph 211 

Leland Mary G. 211 
Leonard Henry 88 

Leonard Prudence 256 
LeRoy Susan 122 

Ler\-ingMaryA. 1 18-192 

Lewis 42 

Lewis F;iizabeth 40-68 

175 
70 
70 
70 

174 



166 

120 

154 
l5o 

139 
62 

39 

39 
39 
39 

176 

177 

no 
216 



156-216 

' 80 

173 
173 

173 
173 

173 
173 
173 
173 
106 
58 
81 
138 
190 
62 
213 



Lewis F;ila J. 
Lewis George 
Lewis Harriet 
Lewis Henry 
Lewis Jerusha L 
Lewis John 
Lewis Lydia 
Lewis Martha 
Lewis Tabitha 
Libby Hannah 
Libby Lon 
Libby Margery 
Libby Mark 
Libby Jlathew 
Lincoln Edward 
Lindsay Daniel 
Lindsay Bertie L. 
Lindsay F;ddie H. 
Lindsay FIflfie f;. 
Lindsay F'rederick 

F. 129-166 

Lindsay F'rederick 

K. 129 



28-40 

29- 

24-28 
52 
154 
52 
52 



29 
129 
129 
129 



POSTKRITY OF EDMUND INGALLvS, OF LYNN. 



809 



1S55 Lindsaj' John W. 129 

1893 Lindsay Lynn G. 129 
1S96 Lindsay Malcolm 1. 129 
1872 Lindsay Nettie A. 129 

Lindsay Rebecca 107 
1S32 Lindsay Samuel H.129 
Linton Catherine 

M. 135-203 

Linton William M. 203 

1754 Little Abiah 35 
1757 Little Caleb 35 
1749 Little Hdna 35 

1755 Little Kliphalet 35 
1757 Little Georg-e 35 
1747 Little Hannah 35 
1752 I<ittle John 35 

Little Joseph 35-253 
1755 Little Ruth 35 

1763 Little Sarah 35 

Littlefield Ida B. 161 
Littlefield Susan 130 
Liverniore Lucy Sg 
Locke Andrew J. loi 

1554 Locke Annie K. loi 
Locke Martha J. 50-93 
Locke Valentine 152 
Lockwood Abigail 165 
Lock wood Eliza 148 

1829 Lockwood Lorenzo 

D. 14S 

Lockwood Lttcy 124 
Lockwood 

Sylvia 14S-207 

Long Aurilla 171 

Long Henry 47 

Long Reuben 47 

Long Susanna 47 

Longfellow Betsey 216 
Longley Charles 223 
Looniis Klla 85 

Lord Aaron 
Lord Annie 

1S67 Lord Carrie K. 
Lord Charles H. 

1570 Lord Charles W. 
Lord Frank E. 

1856 Lord Ella 

1555 Lord Ella 
I<ord Emily J. 
Lord Emma J. 

1S24 Lord Evelina 
Lord Eveline 

1571 Lord Frank R. 
Lord George G. 
Lord Harlan F. 

1S92 I^ord Harriet I. 

Lord Harry E. 
1S27 Lord Isaiah I. 

Lord James 

Lord Job C. 
1812 Lord Job C. 
1901 Lord Kenneth A. 
1S65 Lord Lizzie T. 
179S Lord Mary 

Lord Nellie H. 

Lord Oscar C. 
1S99 Lord Percv B. 
1835 Lord Phel>e I. 

Lord Royal I. 
1819 Lord Ruel B. 
1S30 Lord Thankful 

1894 Lord Thelma C. 
1832 Lord Wentworth 

Loring Betsey 
Loring 

Mehitable 
Losee Adaliue 
Losee Hiram 
1745 Lougee Mary 50-92 



162 
86 
no 
162 
no 
162 
no 
no 

247 
162 
no 
no 
no 
140 
18-, 

1S3 
162 
no 
no 
no 
no 
I S3 
no 
245 

It)2 
162 

I S3 

no 
140 
no 
no 
I S3 
no 
64 

57-"2 
147-207 



Louks Eineline 154 
Love Mary 1S7 

Loveitt Sarah 174 

Lovejo\' Daniel 105 
1755 Lovejoy Mary 55-105 
Lovejoy 

Nathaniel 54 

Lovejoy Oliver 64 

Loveland Polly 247 
Lovering Augusta 

C. 162 

Lovering Navel 162 

Low Polly V. 103 

Lowell Adelaide A. 84 

1S04 Lowell Edmund P. 179 

1S36 Lowell James N. 179 

1839 Lowell Jane E. 179 

1842 Lowell Malvina 179 

1542 Lowell Maigery S. 179 

1543 Lowell Oscar 179 
1S34 Lowell Theodore 1. 179 

Luce John 50 

Lucas Ruth F,. 162 

Luddin Benjamin 24 
Luddin FAinice 20-24 
Lufkin F)benezer 30 

1543 Lum F;iizabeth A. 167 
Luni Stephen Jr. 167 
Lumnnis Walter E.133 
Lundy Mina 69 
Lye Joseph 29 
Lyman Lillie L. 195 
Lyman Enoch H. 43 
Lynch Jane 242 
Lyon 87 

1849 Lyon Albert F. 190 

1814 Lyon Cyprian S. 190 

Lvon Charlotte M. 61 

Lvon Charles H. 61 

rSSi Lyon F;iliot W. 61 

1544 Lyon F;nuly M. 190 
1S47 Lyon F^mmagene 190 
1S51 Lyon Henrj- T. igo 

1546 Lyon Olive JI. H. igo 
1S53 Lyon Oliver G. 190 

Lyon Samuel 61 

M 

^labey Amile 14S 

1S43 Mabey Augusta 14S 

1S17 Mabey Justice 14S 

Mabie Orville 14S 

MacBain Agnes 136 

MacClaurin James 116 
Macdonald 

Margaret 175 

MacKean Abbie 12S 

Mackey Annie L. 1S4 

Maddox Jeremiah 171 

Maiten Louise 252 

Magee Catherine 145 

1547 Magrath Annie A. 130 
Magrath F'.dward 130 
Manchester 

Frank L. 253 
Mann Mary 47-So 
Manning 

Hannah 26-37 

Manning Joseph 37 

Mansfield Isaac 31 

JIansfield Joseph 45 

Manson 134 

Maible Noah 25 

Marcy F'.dward 196 
Marcy Hannah 

K. 122-196 

Market Julia 181 

1S53 Marks Arthur M. 106 
Marks 

Elbridge 106-234 



1869 Marks F'rnest 106 

1S51 Marks Helen T. 106 

Marsh Allen P. 137 

March Ida 1". iSo 

Marshall Lucinda 133 

ISIarston 170 

Marston F>.ra 161 

Martin 202 

Martin Abigail I. 138 
Martin Amia L. 138 
Martin Charles H. 138 
Martin FMward T. 117 
Martin Hannah 25-35 
Martin Harlen P. 138 
Martin James p;. 117 
Martin Joseph 168 

Martin Mabelle 117 
Martin Mary 105-168 
Martin Mason P. ' 138 
Martin Onedine A. 138 
Martin Richard 

M. J. 138 

Martin Sally 146 

Martin Sarah 150 

Martin Stephen 138 
Martinson Lyman 

S. 129 

Martinson Nelse 129 
Martinson Nelse 129 



1S57 
1850 
1S52 
1861 

1S45 
1S61 

1876 

1S47 
1S41 
1S44 



1899 
1S49 



187S 
1S82 

1S46 



1S72 
1S90 
1829 



iSSi 
1S84 



MarvinMargaretL. 120 
Mar\-in Uriah 120 

Mason 66 

Mason Alexander 141 
Mason Charles J. 141 
Mason FHisha 252 

Mason Jason 151 

Mason John 141 

Mason Jesse 102 

Mason Lydia 25 

Mason Mercj- 124 

IMasse Arthur E. 214 
Massv Charlotte isg 
Mastin Mary f:. 76 

Mathews HarrietA.222 
MathewsWilliamF;.256 
Mating Annie 253 

Matteson Amos 87 

Matteson Allilla 87 
Matteson F;paphras 87 
Matteson Zilpha 87 
Mavery Charles 63 
iSIay Mary 252 

Mayberry Laura 

'M. " 177-226 

Mavnard F'lnier 

"W. 14S 

Mavnard Marv 

'D. R. ' 14S 

Maj-nard Sylvester 

W. 14S 

Maj-nard William 148 
McAlister Laura 

M. 19S 

McCall Jane 243 

McCarlie Alice 163 

McCarlie William 163 
McCaslin 

Abigail 107-172 

McCaslin Adam 172 
McCaulev Charles 

W. ' 21S 

McCauley 

Frederick 21S 

McCauley Guy R. 21S 
McCauley John 218 
McClelland Harry 168 
McClelland Jane 137 
McClelland Kellogg 

D. 16S 



310 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1890 



16S 



242 
165 



1847 



1S83 



1890 
1S84 

1885 



McClelland Ruth 

M. 
McClelland 

Thomas 
McDermott Ella 

McDonald — 

McDonald 

Catherine W. 132 
McDowell Joseph 219 
McDowell 

Mary 160-219 

McGaffev Maria 

L. " 75 

Mclntire 

Charlotte 105-167 
McKentj' Mattie 

G. 156-216 

McKibben Zora B. 124 
McLean Sarah J. 
McWain Josiah 
Mead Jacob 
Mead Samnel 
IMedbury L. W. 
Medhurst Fanny 
Medhurst John 
Meecham 

Deborah 
Meecham Hazen 
Meecham Mattie 
Meecham Mary 
Meecham Myrtle 
Meeker Hiram 201 
Meeker Mary 

A. 129-201 

Meers Catherine 130 
Melvin 
Merrill 



107 
115 
149 
67 
Si 
124 
124 

37-59 
162 
162 
162 
162 



212 

94 
1 84 
161 

64 

53 
177 
161 

54 



133 
66 



Merrill Abel E. 
Merrill Cora 
Merrill Ellen E. 
Merrill Jacob 
Merrill Lovina L. 
Merrill Nettie 
Merrill Susanna 
Merritt Florence 

U. 
Merritt Henry D. 
Merritt Mary 30-45 

Metcalf Mary J. 194-231 

Messier 134 

Mickle Carrie L. S3 
Mickle William H. S3 
Middleton liarclay 206 
Middleton F;ioisei.207 
Middleton Frank 206 
Middleton James 

H. 139 

Middleton Johnson 

K. 139 

Middleton Helen I. 207 
Middleton Laiira 

:SI. 207 

Middleton L,ocretia 

M. 207 

Milbury Amy I. 200 
Milbury Aris 200 

Milburj- P'aith 200 

Milbury Franklin 

S. 200 

Milburv Frederick 



M. 

Milbury Guy S. 
Milbury Percy 

Miles 

Miles Samuel 

Miller 

Miller Aaron 
Miller Abram D. 
Miller John 
Miller Harriet A. 



200 
200 
200 
98 

158 
140 
33 
60 
210 
127 



Millei Maggie 208 

1S48 Miller Marv E. 60 

Miller R. T' 249 

Miller Ray 210 

1755 Miller Sarah 33-50 
Miller Williams 210 
Milliken Joseph 17S 

1S26 Milliken Sarah W. 17S 
1816 Miltimore F'annie 

G. 164 

Miner Daniel 160 

Miner F>ed 160 

Miner Hiram C. 160 

Miner Leroy 160 

Miner Rosa 164 

Minor Caleb 90 

Mitchell Elizabeth 80 

Montgomery Alma 224 

Moon Riley" 241 

Moony Polly 256 

Moore ^ilmeron 147 

Moore Annie 132 

Moore Charles 132 

ISIoore Cheney 257 

Moore Emeline 132 

]\Ioore Frank 241 

Moore Jason 257 

1S39 Moore John H. 1S9 

Moore Louisa 109-177 

1871 Moore Lydia A. iS9 

Moore Margaret 147 

Moore Mary A. 177 

1868 Moore Nettie iSg 

Moore Peter 1S9 

1735 Moore Rebecca 35-56 

Moore Robert 177 

Moore William 132 

Moore William 191 

Moore Wyman 65 

1SS6 Moore Vi\-ian 189 

1784 Moot Nancy 241 

1754 lloores Da\-id 34 

1756 Moores F'lizabeth 34 
1770 Moores Josiah 34 
1767 Moores Nathaniel 34 

1751 Moores Peter 34 
Moores Samuel 34 

1759 Moores Samuel 34 

1763 Moores Timothy 34 
Moorehouse 

F:iizabeth 188 

18S3 Morgan Fletcher 1. 195 

1830 Morgan Nancy 77 

Morgan Stephen 77 

Morgan William H.195 

1S32 MorrisonCharlesG.113 

Morrison Dolly 107 

1S25 Morrison Joanna 1. 113 

Morrison John 113 

1827 Jlorrison John 113 

1S34 Morrison Lxicy J. 113 

Morrison Lydia 1 13-1S3 

Morrison Miles 1S3 

1823 Morrison William 

A. 113 

1766 Morse Adah 34 

1752 Morse Abigail 34 
1751 Morse Ebenezer 34 
1754 Morse Gilbert 34 

Morse Herbert 58 

1769 Morse Isaac 34 

1832 Morse James W. 155 

Morse Jonathan 34 

1757 Morse Jonathan 34 
Morse Mary I. 195 
Morse Mary J. 181-227 

1774 Morse Peter 34 

Morse Stephen 34 

1764 Morse Stephen 34 
Morse Theodore 34 



Morse William 171 

Morton Elizabeth 114 

Moseley Angeline 61 

Moseley May 41 

Mosher Nancy iSi 

Moslem Ephraim 24 

Mosley Lucy 32 

Moter Joseph 38 

Moulton Dorcas 244 

Moulton Nancy 102 

Moulton Ruth" 24-33 

Moulton Wilber 108 

Moimt Abigail 120 

Mount Cyrus A. 120 

ISIount Ezekiel 120 

Mount Furnam 120 

Mount Jared I. 120 

Mount Thomas F. 120 

Mudge Ftnoch 42 

1780 Mudge F;zra 28 

1790 Mudge Hannah 28 

Mudge Hannah 41 

1782 Mudge John P. 28 

1788 ^Mudge Joseph 28 

Mndge John I. 77 

1785 JIudge :Mary 28 

Mudge Nathan 28 

Mudge Nathan 41 

177S Mudge Nathan 28 

Mudge Nathan 77 

1787 Mudge Samuel 28 

1829 Mudgett Laura L. 212 

Mudgett William 212 

Munn Hattie 'SI. 135 

Munroe Alice I. 97 

Munroe Charles E. 97 

Munroe Erastus T. 177 

Munroe George E. 97 

Munroe George H. 97 

Munroe John I. 97 

Munroe William I. 97 

Murphy John 191 

Murphy Julia 130 

1863 Murphy Minnie P. 191 

^Murray Byron 142 

Murray Clinton J. 137 

1S52 Murray Hattie A. 142 

Murray Merinda 165 

Murrv Martha 114 

1S97 Myers Mildred F. 189 

1871 Myers Thomas N. 189 

Myrick Eliza G. 73 

Myrick Julia 155 

N 

Neiger Sarah 165 

Nelson Isaac 114 

Nelson Mary i6r 

1S21 Nelson Mary B. 114 
Nelson Orrin 211 

Newcomb Emily 108 
Ne%vcomb Lydia 183 
Newcomb Marj- E. icS 
Newcomb George 

W. loS 

Newcomb Thomas 108 
Newcomb Thomas 

Jr. loS 

Newhall Adeline 70 
Newhall FHizabeth 28 
Newhall Eustis 70 

Newhall Jedediah 28 
Newhall Otis 70 

Newhall Paul 28 

Newhall Parker 70 
Newhall Perry 70 

Newhall Rebecca 29 
Newhall S. C. 132 

Newhall Sylvanus 70 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



311 



1776 



i«59 
1S35 



1S55 



1S47 
17S5 



1S51 
1S45 
iSs6 



1S43 



Newhall William 

M. 56 

Newmau Ann P. 44-74 
Newman Nathaniel 74 
Newman Richard 30 
Newton Hannah A. 73 
Newton Rebecca 

B. 44-73 

Nevins Gardner 167 
Nevins Hannah 

T. W. 167 

Nichols 69-170 



17S0 
17S6 

1765 
1767 
1777 
1770 
1772 
1783 
1775 

1865 



153 



219 
256 
48 
142 
141 



Nichols Alice 
Nichols Anna 
Nichols Melonie 
Nichols Sanuiel 
Nichols William 
Niles Kliza H. 161-220 
Noble Harriet K. 1S4 
Noonan Ksther 
Norris Benjamin 
North William 
Northnp Abi£jail 
Northnp Ella J. 
Northup Ephraim 142 
Northnp Ephraim 142 
Northup J. D. go 

Northnp Laura 90 

Northup Laura E. 91 
Northup Louisa J. 142 
Northup Sally 50-91 
Northvip Sarah 146 
Northup Stephen gi 
Norton Alonzo 206 

Norton Charles L. 140 
Norton Erastus 140 
Norton Eugene H. 140 
Norton Frank H 
Norton Jane M. 
Norton John 
Norton Roby 
Norton S. Anda 
Norton William 
Norwood Zerniah|24-2g 
Nowell Marietta B. 132 
Nowell Moses 132 

Noyes 53-134 



. 140 
140 
142 
33-4S 
142 
206 



Noyes John C. 
Noyes Milton 
Noyes Sarah 
Nutting A. W. 
Nutting David 
Nutting Polly 



79 

94 
94 
95 

lOI 

54-101 



Oatman Susan 82- 
ober Abigail 
Odbert Augusta E. 
Odell Daniel 
Odell Deborah 
Odell Joseph 
Odell Joseph 
Odell Parmelia 
Odell Pollv 
Odell Richard 
Odell Sarah 
Odell Stephen 
Odell Thomas E. 
t)'Donnel John 
O'Donnel Kathrvn 
Ogden Dewitt 
Ogden Ella C. 
Ogier Mary M. 
Orcutt Daniel 
Orcutt David 
Orcutt James 
Orcutt Samuel 
Ordway Benjamin 
Orlendorf Cornelia 
Orne Odaline 



1839 Orne Caroline 6<^ 

1S41 Orne Susan M. 69 

Orne William 6g 

Osgood Daniel 25-25 
Osgood Charles H. 211 
Osgood 

Elizabeth 197-233 
Osgood H. A. 41 

Osgood Helen M. 211 
Osgood John 20 

Osgood John 61 

Osgood Maria 6r 

Osg'ood Mary iS 

Osgood Mary 35-68 

C>sgood Mary 61 

Osgood Moses 61 

Owen Frederick L.n7 
Owen Julian 117 

Owen Langdon F. 192 
Owen Lucy A. 117 

Owen I.ydia iiS 

Owen Sarah I. 118 

Owen Timothy T17 

Owen Timothy, Jr. iiS 
OvvenZaphina 117 

Owens 205 



1850 



1895 
1S67 
1892 



Page Florence A. 161 
Page William E. 161 

Paine 52 

Paine Arthur E. T89 
Paine-Ernest I. 189 
Paine Haniet FJ. 189 
Paine Hendrick E. 1S9 
Palmer Alice 86 

1S93 Palmer Celia D. 147 
Palmer Charles H. 176 

1S59 Palmer CharlotteF;. 147 
Palmer Da\-id 86 

Palmer F'mily 132 

Palmer F;sther 116 

1896 Palmer Fletcher S.147 

1868 Palmer Gideon 147 

1S91 Palmer Jennie C. 147 

iSgS Palmer Pearl E- 147 
Palmer Sarah 132 

Parker 45 

Parker Annie 52 

i6s7 Parker Anna 23-28 

Parker Charles 52 

Parker Charles nS 
Parker Clara 52 

Parker Clifton 52 

Parker Daniel 28 

Parker Dorothy 52 

1829 Parker Fidith E. 97 
Parker FUla 52 

Parker Hadassah 52 
Parker Hiram 257 

Parker Israel 97 

Parker James 252 

Parker Jane 52 

Parker Jennie 242 

Parker Jennie A. 167 
Parker Joseph 52 

Parker Loamie 52 

Parker Mary 52 

Parker Mary E. nS 
Parker Minerva 257 
Parker Moses 52 

Parker Patten 257 

Parker Sarah 34 

1757 Parker Sarah 53-9'^ 
Parker Spencer K. 108 
Parnielee Mary A. 215 
Parmelee William 

G. 215 

Parrott 2S-42 

1S09 Parrot Benjamin 40 



1759 

1798 
1792 
i8o[ 
1801 



Parrot Elizabeth 
I'arroll Hannah 
Parrott Hannah 
Parrott James 
Parrott James 
Parrott Jane 
Parrott Nathaniel 
Parrott Sarah 
Parrott Willard 
Parrott Urannus 
I'arshall James 
I'arshall I^ucy 

Parsons 

Parsons Flovilla 
Parsons Hannah 
Parsons Sarah A 
Patrick Mary J. 1 
Pattee Louis 
Patterson Hiram 
Patterson Rulh M 
Patterson S\isan 
Patlison James 
Paul Annie 
I'avne Diana 
Payne Helen 
Payne Mary L 
Pavne Rachel 



1830 
1S24 



1834 
1792 



1848 
1773 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
71 
40 
40 
40 
40 
150 
92-150 

87 

81 

148 

• 132 

80-226 
211 
257 
244 



253 
131 
76 

159 

124 

86-145 



Payne Nallianiel B.159 
Payne William 145 

Peabody C. B. 65 

Peabody John 53 

Peabody Stephen 53 
Pearson Amy 66-127 
Pearson Anne 74 

Pearson Loam mi 199 
Pearson 

Martha M. 128-199 
Pearsons Rebecca 35-52 
Pearsons 

Susannah 35-53 

Peary Almira in 

Peary Arabel in 

Peary Cynthia in 

Peary Helen in 

Peary Stephen in 

Pease Ardela '252 

Peaslee FHijah 172 

Peaslee Freeman 172 
Peaslee Hannah E. 172 
Pecker Mary 56-107 
Pelley 

Frederick W. 204 
Pelley Martha W. 204 
Penn Sarah 46-78 

Pennock Henry H. 194 
Pennock Ruth A. 194 
Perkins Cynthia 93 
Perkins Charles 62 
Perkins Hannah 19-23 
Perkins JLahala 93 
Perkins Polly 93 

Perkins Robert 63 

Perley John P. iSo 

Perley Sophia 110-178 
Perry F;zra 155 

Perry Lucy H. 192 

Perry Mary 78 

Person Joseph 169 

Person Mehitable 105 
Peters Annie 102 

Pettes Agnes N. 217-235 
Pcttibone Delia L. 92 
Petlibone Harvey 87 
Pettibone Joseph 87 
Pettibone Salmon 87 

Phelps 246 

Phelps Almira 257 

Phelps Delia 69 

Phelps Mary F. 6g 

Phelps Louisa 69 



312 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



18.S5 
1S95 

iSSg 



1S44 
1S02 



1S98 

1871 
1S73 



1S97 
1882 



I802 
i860 



i8<)9 
1S05 
1901 
184S 



1891 



Phelps Orson C. 69 
Phelps Paulina 211 
. Pfaffnian Ethel 11. 114 
Pfaffniau Gladys 114 
Pfaffnian Maude 114 
Pfaffnian Philip M. 114 
Phillips Abigail 70 

Phillips Alice 71 

Phillips Anios 70 

Phillips Benjainin 62 
Phillips Beniah 70 

Phillips Benaige 70 
Phillips Cora 140 

Phillips Elijah 224 

Phillips Emily 62 

Phillips George 253 
Phillips Henrj' 70 

Phillips James 62 

Phillips James I. 62 
Phillips Jeremiah 62 
Phillips John R. 76 

Phillips Martha 224 
Phillips Mary 62 

Phillips Richard 70 
Phillips Sarah P. 62 
Phillips Stephen A. 62 
Phillips William 62 
Phillips Zachariah 70 
Pickering Sj'lphina 85 

Pierce 62-123 

Pierce Abigail 206 

Pierce Abigail 144 

Pierce Adelaide X,. 195 
Pierce Albert 50 

Pierce Charles I. 195 
Pierce Frank E 195 
Pierce Horatio 50 

Pierce Imogene 196 
Pierce Jeanette 50 

Pierce John 252 

Pierce John H. 195 

Pierce Katlierine L.195 
Pierce Levi H. 50 

Pierce Lillian R. 195 
Pierce Louisa 50 

Pierce Orrin 50 

Pierce Rebecca 33-4S 
Pierce Sally 114 

Pierce Samuel 252 

Pierce Thomas 252 

Pierce William B. 195 
Pierpent Betsey 122 
Pike Elmira 119 

Pike Hannah H. 102 
Pike Nellie loS 

Pillsbury P'nnice W.92 
Pillsbury Horace D. 41 
Pillsbury Olivia 41 

Pinkham Earle E. 244 
Pinkham fvva E. 244 
Piper Mary J. 139 

Piper Sarah 69 

Pitcher Robert 244 

Pitman Caroline A. 77 
Pitman Charles F. 118 
Pitman Charles J. 118 
Pitman Ruth M. 118 
Pitt Ella 21S 

Ploss Olivia S2 

Pluche Charles 165 

Plnche Franklin 165 
Pluche Harriet 165 

Pluche Helen 165 

Pluche Oscar 165 

Poland W. 117 

Pollard Lorella 252 
Pollard Marv A. 67-129 
Pollard Sarah 67 

Pool Addison 73 

Poole James D. 136 



Poor Frederick 123 

Pomeroy Julia 43 

Poiueroy TSIary 121 

Pope Sarah 121 

Porter Bathsheba 95 

Porter Eleanor 95 

Porter Elizabeth 95 

1800 Porter Hannah 95 

Porter Lydia 95 

Porter Maria 95 

Porter Mary 95 

Porter Nathaniel 95 

Porter Sarah 95 

1S40 Potter Charles iii 

Potter Floretta 90 

Potter JMary A. 147 

1S37 Potter Miranda F. iii 

Potter Nathaniel iii 

Potter Rhoda E. 197 

Potter Soj)liia 70 

Potter William 116 

Potter Zilpha 91 
Powell Augusta 169-223 

Powell Elmira R. 169 

Powers John S7 

1S23 Pratt Elizabeth 125 

Pratt Reuben 12s 

Pratt Richard 2S 

Pratt John 6S 

Pratt Joshua J52 
Pratt Mercy 2S-4I 

Pratt Nettie 206 

Preble Charles 4,). 

Preble Deborah 44 

Preble FMward 44 

Preble Estella 44 

Preble Henry 44 

Preble John 43 

Preble John 44 

Prel>le Joseph 72 

Preble Lydia 44 

Preble iviahala 43 

Preble Nancy 44 

Preble Nathaniel 44 
Preble Nathaniel W.44 

1768 Preble Olive 43-71 

Preble Rlioda 44 

Preble Sarah 44 

Preble Zoa 44 
Prentiss Margaret46-7S 

Prescott George F. 212 

1865 Preston Lizzie 210 

Preston I^ucy 123 

Preston Madison 123 

Preston William 210 

Pressey Sarah 253 

Pressey Thomas 253 

Price George 253 

Price Maria 253 

Price Theodore 203 

Priest Louise V. 119 

Prince 91 

PrineJohnW. 15S 

Proctor F'liza A. 16S 

Proctor Elizabeth 71 

Prosser Napoleon 84 

Prout Joseph 40 

Pulleu Charles A. 191 

1S61 Pullen Lizzie 191 

Purington Rhoda 153 
Putnam Daniel 35-54 

PutUMUi Harry L. 116 

Putnam Henry 170 
Piitnain Sarah 35-54 



Questrom Susan 42 

1858 Quick FlUa L. 187 

Quick William H. 187 





Rafter Anna E. 


246 




kand Salome 


170 




Rand Sarah 


162 




Randall Adah A. 


116 




Randall Elizabeth3 


8-60 




Randall Elmer E. 


41 


IS95 


Randall Ellsworth 


41 




Randall Jane 


74 




Randall Mason 


161 


IS30 


Randall Rebecca N 


.161 




Randall Susan 


89 




Randlett John 


54 




Randlett Melissa 


54 




Rankin Marion gi 


-154 




Raiiney A. A. 


6i 


I87S 


Ranney Ellis W. 
Ranney 


213 




Frederick E. 


213 


1902 


Ranney Mary V,. 


213 




Raymond Ev-a F. 


244 




Raymond 






Hannah 98-159 




Raj-mond Robbins 


244 




Raymond Tabitha 


63 




Reed William 


252 


IS70 


Reader Gertrude C 


222 




Reeder John J. 


222 




Record Flugene 


176 




Record Gertrude 


176 




Record Horace 


176 




Record Mary 


176 




Reed James 


62 




Reed Jonathan H. 


66 




Reese Jane 224 


-236 




Reeve Meroe 


138 




Reid Elizabeth 


no 




Remick Carroll 


167 




Renton Emma 


133 




Reynolds 


61 




Reynolds Jared 


148 


IS66 


Reynolds Jennie A 


14S 




Reynolds Mary 


70 




Rhodes 


59 


1837 


Rice Eliza A. 


193 




Rice Hannah 


172 




Rice Horace 


193 


I8I4 


Rice Jennie 


241 




Rich Ada 'SI. 


3- 




Richards Edward 


20 




Richards Henry 


40 




Richards Keziah 


253 




Richards Maria 


62 




Richards Sarah 24-29 




Richardson 5 


2-S3 




Richardson Calvin 


147 




Richardson Carl 


141 


IS30 


Richardson 






Comfort C. 


75 




Richardson Eunice 






K. 197 


232 


IS56 


Richardson 






Fayette M. 


75 




Richardson 






Jonathan 


75 


IS37 


Richardson 






Jonathan W. 


75 


1826 


Richardson Joseph 






H. I. 


75 


I82S 


Richardson 






Malachi L. 


75 


1835 


Richardson 






Martha I. 


75 




Richardson 






Rockwell D. 


75 


1836 


Richardson 






Saniantha E. 


147 


1832 


Richardson 






Sarah B. 


75 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGALLS, OF LYNN. 



313 



Richardson 

William H. 75 

Richmond Bethia 256 
Richmond Charles 256 
Richmond E. 256 

Richmond William 256 



1878 
1873 
1S45 
18S3 



1845 



Richson 
Rider Walter 

Rideout 

Rideoul Susan 

P. 
Ridden Mary 
Ridgeway • 



1900 
1852 



1835 
1832 



128 



Ridgeway Lucy 

M. 
Riddell Alniena 
Rile3' Maud 
Rix Bertram F. 
Rix Charlotte A. 
Rix Eugene A. 
Rix Florence h- 
Rix Oscar 
Robbins Aaron 
Robbins Grace 
Robbins William 

Roberts 

Roberts Bessie 
Roberts Martha 
Roberts Sally 152 
Robillard Esther 
Robillard Felix 
Robinson Abljie 
Robinson Ann P. 
Robinson Bell 
Robinson Julia E. 222 
Robinson Oliver 222 
Roby George 
Roby Hannah 
Rockerfellow 

Martin 
Rockerfellow 

Marj' 
Rockwood John 
Rodenwald 

William 
Roe Delia A. 
Rogers Anna 
Rogers Betsey 
Rogers Elisha 
Rogers John 
Rogers Julia A. 
Rogers Mary 
Rogers Nathaniel 252 
Rogers Ralph L. 194 
Rogers Samuel 163 
Rogers Sophronia 

H. 153-214 

Rogers Susanna 128 
Rollins Joseph 211 

Rollins Lucy H. 118-193 



53-97 
249 

144 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 

39 
96 

253 
156 

165 
116 
211 
24S 
248 
206 

78 
102 



100 
66 

206 

206 
30 

163 
146 
223 
96 
30 
30 
igl 
120 



Roundy Emily 
Roundy John 
Rood Clinton C. 
Rood Lester B. 
Root Francis 
Root Fernery H. 
Rouse Margaret 
Roy Augusta C. 
Roy Joseph 
Royce Lois 
Rowe Marinda 
Rowe Thomas 
Rowland Lydia 
Rugg Huldah 



106 
106 
190 
190 
116 
208 
242 
250 
248 

157 

167 

52 

33-49 

144-206 



Ruggles Nancy M. 130 
Rundell F^lizabeth 148 
Rundell Jeremiah 148 
Russell Abbie 108 

Russell Cynthia 60-119 
Russell Mary A. 187 



Russell Moses 187 

1674 Russell Sarah 22-26 

Russell Thomas 119 

Rutherford May E.123 



1829 Sabin Caroline 118 

Sabin Sylvanus 118 
Safford H. E. 120 

Safford Mary I. 58 

Sage William 253 

1840 Salisbury Charles 

T. 62 

1838 Salisbury Mary E. 62 
1845 Salisbury Mary W. 62 
Salisbury 

Theophilus 62 

Salisbury Esther 33-47 
Sammis Celicia 148 

Sanborn 93 

Sanborn Abigail 100 

Sanborn Althea 100 

1876 Sanborn Arthur R. 175 

Sanborn Caleb M. 54 

1881 Sanborn Chester 

G. 175 

Sanborn Clara 102 

Sanborn 

Dorothy 152-212 
Sanborn Electa 101-163 
Sanborn Filmira 77 
Sanborn Fred 185 

Sanborn John 69 

Sanborn Joseph R. 175 
Sanborn Olive 51-94 
Sauford Ada L. 117 
Sargent Andrew 253 
Sargent Louisa 43 

Sargent William C. 251 
Sarvay Alnieda 165 
Sarvay Ardell 165 

1902 Sarvay Catherine 165 
Sarvay Charles 165 
Sarvay F;itzina 165 

Sarvay F;mnia 165 

Sarvay John N. 165 
Sarvay Laura 165 

Sarvay Leonard E. 165 
Sarvay Levi 165 

Sarvay Lotus 165 

Sarvay Merle 165 

Sarvay Morton E. 165 
Sarvay Orlin 165 

Sarvay Polly 165 

Sarvay Zuriah 165 

Saunders 

Humphrey 106 

Sa\'ille Bruce 209 

Sa\-ille Carl 209 

Saville Fred 209 

Saville George W. 209 

Saville Glenn 209 

Saville Muriel 210 

Sa\'ille Pearl 210 

Saville Ralph 209 

Sawin Harry W. 102 

Sawyer Aaron W. 104 

1902 Sawyer Allen I. 183 

1854 Sawyer Alvah L. 200 

1867 Sawyer Charles E. 183 

1888 Sawyer Gladys B. 200 

Sawyer Hiram 200 

1884 Sawyer Kenneth I. 200 

1896 Sawyer Margery I.200 

Sawyer Mary 52 

Sawyer Mary E. 115 

Sawyer Mary E. 211 

1890 Sawyer MeredithP.200 

Sawyer Moses 63 

1893 Sawyer Wilder L. 200 



1891 
1SS9 
1839 



1865 



214 

38 
176 

40 

40 
205 
253 

52 

lOI 

175 
242 

33 
121 

170 



Scales Lucy 67-131 

Scammons Abigail 44 
Schatzman 

Margaret 180 

Schuyler 82 

Scofield 121 

1862 Scofield Bertha E. 214 
Scofield Fanny 86-145 

1811 Schofield Julian 153 

1866 Schofield Mary P. 215 

1874 Schofield NelUe G. 215 

1829 Schofield 

Wellington G 
Scott Joseph 
Scott Olive A. 

1740 Scottow Abigail 
Scottow Joshua 
Scouton Mary A. 
Scranton Sarah 

Scribner 

Searle John 
Seavey Fannie 
Seibcr George 
Semor Catherine 
Sessions George 

1855 Severance Asa C. 

Severance Charles 83 

1901 Severance Grace 

M. 170 

1897 Severance Mildred 

E. 170 

1894 Severance Warner 

f;. 170 

Sewell William 79 

Shannon Edward 102 
Shannon Florence 102 
Shannon George L.102 
Sharpe Benjamin 38 

1816 Sharpe Clarissa 117 

1847 Sharpe Eleanor 
1813 Sharpe Horace I 
1S03 Sharpe John W. 
1806 Sharpe Lucy 
1723 Sharpe Mary 
1839 Sharpe Mary 
1808 Sharpe Mary A. 
1852 Sharpe Mary A. 

Sharpe Oliver 
1841 Sharpe Sarah 
Shattuck David 

1766 Shattuck Isaac 
Shattuck Isaac 
Shattuck Joseph 

1838 Shattuck Kate C. 

Shatswell William 
D. 

Shaw F;ii7,abeth 

Shaw Richard 

Shaw William W. 
1849 Shedd Emma M. 

Shekel Mary 

Sheldon Allen C. 

Sheldon F;va f;. 

1848 Shepard Agnes 
Shepard Ann 

1767 Shepard Anna 
Shepard Caroline 

185 1 
185 1 



117 
"7 
116 
n6 
38-61 
J 17 
116 

"7 
116 

"7 
i7« 

56 
252 

56 
171 

253 
344 

91 

51 
248 

87 
208 
208 
134 

43 
54-98 

43 



Shepard Benjamin ii6 

Shepard Delia 134 

Shepard George 134 

Shepard John 43 

Shepard Lizzie 134 

Shepard Louise 43 

Shepard Lydia 43 

Shepard Mark 43 

Shepard Mark Jr. 134 

Shepard Sarah 43 

Shepard Sarah J. 74 

Shepard Sarah Z. 134 

Shepard William 134 



314 



INGALLS GENEALOGY 



1756 
1838 

1792 



1866 
1874 



1828 
1774 



1899 
1895 

1867 

1S86 

1889 
1863 

1S56 

1896 
1855 
1858 
1859 
1887 

1849 
1870 



Shepley Rebecca 81 

Sherlock 200 

Sherman Albert K.190 
Sherman Isaac 252 
Sherman William 

A. 190 

Sherwin 

Deborah 39-64 

Sherwin Jonathan 64 
Shipper Katherine 17 
Shirrell Harriet L. 81 
Shirrell Horace 81 
Short Luciuda 252 

Shook John 243 

Showen Maria 14S 

Shurtleff 

Sophrouia 64-126 
Silsbee Samuel 109 

Silsby Sarah 172 

Simmons 

Cynthia S. 141 

Simpson 95 

Simpson John 69 

Simpson 

Melissa W. 151 

Sims Alice 187 

Sinclair L. D. 154 

Sinsbaugh 

Louis W. 243 

Sinsbaug-h Mary S. 243 



Sisson Addison 
Sisson James 
Sisson Phebe 
Sitterby 

Appalonia 
Skinner Cyrus 
Slater David 
Sleeper David 
Sleeper Mary C 
Sleeper Ruth 
Sleppy Elizabeth 
Slingerland 

Magdalene 
Sly John 
Sly Nancy 
Small James M. 

Smith 

Smith Addison Z. 
Smith Alice L. 
Smith Ann 
Smith Annie 
Smith Ariel 
Smith Beatrice D. 
Smith Benjamin 
Smith Bertha 
Smith Catherine 
Smith Charles 
Smith Clarissa H. 
Smith Daniel 
Smith Dorothy 
Smith Edith A. 
Smith Edward 
Smith Edwin 
Smith Elmer R. 
Smith Emma B. 
Smith Fannie 
Smith Fletcher 
Smith Flora D. 
Smith Florence M 
Smith Florence 
Smith Fred W. 
Smith Fred W. 
Smith George 
Smith George 
Smith George T. 
Smith Gula A. 
Smith Henry 
Smith Israel 
Smith John 
Smith John 



146 
146 

187 

115-187 

222 

65 

211 

211 

93-153 
139 

20S 
161 
161 
125 

86 
147 
147 

99 
175 
147 
147 

51 
147 
24.S 

78 

147 
176 
122 
147 
7S 
143 
72 
223 
78 
147 
103 
147 
197 
122 
198 
122 
185 
197 
154 
184 
41 
40 
78 



1854 
1S67 
18S2 



Smith John 
Smith Jonathan 
Smith Lafa^-ette 
Smith Lavern M. 
Smith Leona E. 
Smith Loraine 



253 
23 
147 
147 
147 
86 
1S96 Smith Margiierite 1.147 
40 
243 



1872 



1823 

1858 
1859 



1832 



1849 
1846 
1869 
1857 

1810 



185 1 
1S54 



1817 



182 1 
1819 



1867 



Smith Mary 
Smith Mary 
Smith Mary C. 
Smith Nancy 
Smith Richard 
Smith Romina 
Smith Scott I.. 
Smith Sophronia 
Smith Spencer 
Smith Slephen 
Smith Thomas 
Sniitli Thomas G. 
Smith Thomas P. 
Smith Thomas P. 
Smith Truman I. 
Smith Wealthra 
Smith Wilbert A. 
Smith William 
Smith Zoeth 
Suell Helen 
Snell John P 

Snow 

Snow Alonzo J. 
Snow Amos W. 
Snow George W. 
Snow Ida L. 
Snow Irene 
Snow James J. 
Snow John P. 
Snow Julia E. 
Snow Lemuel 
Snow Sarah L. 
Snow Susan E. 
Snyder Alonzo 
Snyder Edward H. 223 
Snyder Frost iSo 

Snj-der John 180 

Snyder Mary F. 180 
Soden Rebecca 150 
Soles Linus 214 

Sorensen 139 

Soule Chilo L. 159 

Soule Everett I. 159 
Soule Raymond L. 159 
Southard" Mary 242 
Southard Rachel 146 
Southworth 

Adeline 151 

Spalding Carrie L. 207 
Spalding F^dgar 207 
Sparhawk Marcia 52 
Sparrow Fjnma 241 
Spaulding 

Amelia 116-1S8 

Spaulding 

Benjamin 116 

Spaulding 

Harriet G. 116 

Spaulding John 191 
Spaulding Josiah 94 
Spaulding Lydia 116 
Spaulding 

Madora 135-203 

Spaulding Nathan 



113 
71 

214 

147 
211 
163 
197 
35 
253 
122 

197 
147 
163 
154 
121 

147 
144-206 
205 
34 
103 
103 
103 
103 
252 
103 
103 
103 
252 
103 
103 
241 



W. 
Spaulding 

Parmelia I. 
Spaulding Susan 

S. 
Spear Mary 
Spear R. L. 
Spear Nettie E. 
Spencer Almira 



203 



116 
68 
41 
41 

170 





Spencer Elizabeth 


69 




Spencer WilUam 


69 




Spicer E. 


114 




Spickerraan 






Lodema 


no 




Spofford J. 


151 




Spofford Mary E. 


85 




Spiague Darius 


210 




Sprague Eliza 






M. 152 


-210 




Sprague 






Esmeralda 


iSo 


1804 


Sprague Patty 83-142 




Sprag-ue Ursula 


32 




Spurgeon Russell 


160 




Squires Catherine 


149 




Stacy Eben 


30 


1680 


Stacey Ebenezer 


19 


1673 


Stacey Ephraim 


19 




Stacey Henry 


19 


1677 


Stacey Henry 


19 


1682 


Stacey John 


19 


I67S 


Stacey Sarah 


19 


1674 


Stacev William 


19 


I87I. 


Stafford Charles S 


124 




Stafford Dan 


124 


IS66 


Stafford Dan L. 


124 


1900 


Stafford Florence 


124 


1898 


Stafford Gertrude 


124 



Staley Elizabeth 
Stanbach 

Barbara 
Stanbach 

Valentine 
Stanley Abby I. 
Stanton F'ugene S. 
Stanton Mercy 



176 



118 



1S79 Stanton Minnie E. 188 





stark 


87 




Stark Asneth 


151 




Stark Caroline 


151 


1821 


Stark Ebenezer 


151 




Stark Jane 


151 




Stark Joseph 


151 




Stark Julia 


151 




Stark Mary A. 


151 




Stark Rolhe 


84 




Stark Roxanna 


151 




Stark Ruth 


151 




Stark Sylvester 


151 




Starkweather 






Betsey 50-89 




Starkweather 






Betsey 


213 




Starkweather 






Leonard B. 


196 




Starkweather 






Olive E. 


196 




Starr Elizabeth 


91 


1855 


Stearns Margaret 






A. 


150 


1826 


Stearns Mary F. 


108 




Stearns Onslow 


150 




Stedman Alice 


97 


183 1 


Stedman Charles 






E. 


97 


1805 


Stedman Charles 






H. 


97 




Stedman Edith 


97 




Stedman F^llery 


97 




Steele Elizabeth 36-59 




Stephenson 


141 




Stephenson 






Jennie G. 


178 




Stetson Annie I. 


77 




Stetson Alexander 






M. 


77 




Stetson Francis 


77 




Stevens Arthur 


128 



Stevens Betsey 82-139 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAI.LS, OF I.YNN. 315 



1727 

igoo 



1764 



1691 



1845 
1797 



1893 
1856 



1852 
1759 



Stevens Deborah 35-55 
Stevens Donald W. 146 
Stevens 

Elizabeth 43-71 

Stevens 

Elizabeth 57-110 
Stevens Esther 57-iog 
Stevens Hamilton 12S 
Stevens Hannah M. 66 
Stevens Jacob 109-110 



Stevens John 
Stevens John 
Stevens Joseph 
Stevens Lydia 
Stevens Mary 
Stevens Mary 
Stevens Margaret 

J- 
Stevens Perry G. 
Stevens Peter R. 
Stevens Samuel 
Stevens Sarah 
Stevens Simeon 
Stevens Sylvia 
Stevens Thomas 
Stevens Wheeler 
Stewart A. M. 
Stewart Athelia 
Stewart Fannie 

E. S. 
Stewart May C. 
Stewart Walter H. 
Stickney Charlotte 



26 



25-36 

27-28 

172 



Stickney Mary 
Stiler Andrew 
Stiles Abbie 
Stiles Jane 
Stimson Phila 
Stocker Abigail 



165 

60 

66 

95-156 

1 79- 1 Ho 

76 

29-42 



Stockwell Mary 47-82 
Stockwell Mary E. 126 
Stoddard Mary G. 202 
Stone Abraham F. 78 
Stone Betsey 64-136 
Stone Dudley 
Stone FUhel C. 
Stone Maria L 
Stone Mariet 
Stone Mary L,. 
Stone Polly 
Stone Ruth H. 
Stoner Catherine 
Storrs Cornelia F. 
Storrs Grosvenor 
Storrs Lucy S. 
Storrs Maria 
Storrs Sarah 
Story Austin P. 
Story Benjamin S. 180 
Story Willard A. 180 
Story Willard F. 180 

Stratton 

Strouthers Eliza 
Stuart Leah 
Stewart Mary 
Styles Lucy J. 
Styles Sylvanus 
Sullivan John O. 
Summers Maiten 
Summers Rachel 

F. 
Sumner 

Dorothy 
Sutton Louisa 

Swan 

Swan Caleb 
Swan Joshua 22 

Swan Joshua 60 

Swartout Lozina 208 



135 
135 
191 
158 
158 
64-126 
125 
249 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
180 



134 
44 
171 

99 
141 
141 

128 

175 

175 

61-121 
217 
184 
60 



1846 

1900 

1885 

1S80 
1887 



1781 



1858 

1S55 
1885 
1846 
1867 
1896 
1893 

1S73 

1897 
1876 
1803 

1842 



1816 
1S59 
1875 
1835 

1832 
1900 
1900 
1810 
1843 



1890 
1854 
1895 
1813 
1882 



Swartout Robert 208 
Sweatland Hannah 188 

Sweet Aliiiira 205 
Sweet Hannah 104-160 
Swisher 

Abraham E. 219 
Swisher 

Abraham I. 219 

Swisher Alice 219 

Swisher Benjamin 219 
Swisher Esther M. 219 

Swisher Helen 219 

Symonds 200 

T 

Taft 47 

Taft Hannah 47-83 

Taft James 152 
Taft Mercy 47-82 

Taggart Alniira 93 
Taggart Benjamin 93 
Taggart Betsey 153-213 

Taggart Eliza' 93 
Taggart Florence 

L. 124 

Taggart Jerusha 93 

Taggart John 93 

Taggart John E. 124 

Taggart Martin 93 

Taggart Orpha 93 

Taggart Samuel 93 

Taggart Samuel 213 

Taggart William 93 

Talbot Lydia 88 

Tanner F^lizabeth 90 

Tap ley Amos 39 

Tapley Lucy 77 
Tapley Mary 50-104 

Tappan Lydia 52 

Tarbell 104 

Tarr Filz W. 174 

Taylor Abbie M. 42 

Tavlor Addie 84 

Taylor Alfred 84 

Taylor Addie 125 

Taylor Addie F. 42 

Taylor Brooks 42 

Taylor Charles IL 41 

Taylor Charles H. 41 

Taylor Charles H. 41 

Taylor Doris 41 

Taylor Ede 162 

Taylor F;iizal)eth 41 

Taylor Eleanor 245 

Taylor Eunice 41 

Taylor Grace 41 

Taylor Horace S3 

Taylor Horace 84 

Taylor Horace E. 84 

Taylor Howard 42 

Taylor John 4: 

Taylor John 84 

Taj'lor John L 41 

Taylor John I. 42 

Taylor John I. 41 

Taylor Launcelot 83 

Taylor Linn 84 

Taylor Louise 83 

Taylor Madeline 41 

Taylor Margaret 41 

Taylor Mary A. 41 

Taylor Mary E. 41 

Taylor Minnie 83 
Taylor Nancy 100-162 

Taylor Natalie 42 
Taylor Nathaniel E.41 

Taylor Moseley 41 

Taylor Olive 41 

Taylor Ralph 41 

Taylor Richard 41 



Taylor Stephen 


108 


1870 Taylor William O. 


41 


Tenney Daniel I. 


251 


Terrington 




Catherine 


58 


Terry 


57 


Tew Sarah B. 


256 


1770 Tewksbury Sally4 


1-68 


Tiffany Edith 


117 


Tiffany Silas 


i'7 


Tifft Carlton 


81 


Tilley Henry 


245 


Tillottson George 


1*5 


1863 Timmerinau 




Charles 


145 


1896 Timniernian Leila 


145 


Timmcrman 




William B. 


145 


Tinker Jonathan E 


■155 


Tisdale Agnes 


166 


Thayer Charles I. 


92 


Thorn Elvira 


207 


Thorn Sally 


146 


Thorne Harry 


210 


Thorndike Jane 


125 


Thorp Mary C. 


165 


Thomas Caroline7i 


-133 


Thomas F^mraa 


206 


Thomas Etta 


100 


Thomas Job 


134 


Thomas Pattie 83 


-141 


Thomas Phillip 


62 


Thomas Sally 


47 


Thomas 




Sophronia 72 


-134 


Thomas Susannah 


82 


Thompson 


177 


Thompson AbbyM 


■ 73 


Thompson 




Catherine A. 


58 


Thompson 




Eunice 47-84 


Thompson Mabel 


183 


Thompson Mary 


118 


1857 Thompson Mary E 


•58 


Thompson Sarah 22-27 


Thompson William 58 


Thompson Williaiu 




H. 


58 


181S Thompson William 




H. 


58 


Thurston Benjamin 


B. 


220 


Thurston Harriet 




E. 161 


-220 


Thurston Rachel 


88 


Todd C. D. 


210 


Todd Hibbard I. 


210 


Tompkins Daniel 




D. 


140 


Tompkins Helen 


8r 


Tooker F;mma J. 


205 


Torch Mary C. 


213 


Torrey FHeanor 


242 


Tower Annie G. 


lOI 


1819 Townsend Dolly M 


.76 


Tracy Hattie 224 


236 


Trafton Abbie 


108 


Traill Rebecca M. 


71 


Trask Benjamin 


57 


Trask William B. 


253 


Traver John 


86 


Traver Nancy 


86 


Traux Andrew 


163 


Traux George P. 


248 


Traux Mary I. 


248 


Treadwell Frances 




N. 


69 


1832 Tredwell Hannah 


69 


1821 Tredwell John W. 


69 



316 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



1794 



1865 
1867 



1831 



1873 
1869 

1893 

1877 



1877 
1879 



1760 
1842 



Tredwell Joshua E. 69 
Tredwell Joshua 

E. Jr. 69 

Tredwell Mary I. 69 
Trescott Mary 26-37 
Trevett Mary 24 

Trevett Henry 24 

Trevett Richard 24 
Tripp Mary 253 

Trow Maria 182 

True Duane 140 

Trull David 75 

Truudy Charles N. 173 
Trundy John F. 173 
Trundy Katie M. 173 
Trundy Ursula F. 173 
Trussell Mary 106 

Tucker 122 

Tucker Anna 61 

Tucker Eli 242 

Tucker John D. 197 
Tucker Lydia 242 

Tucker Mary 24-29 
Tucker Mary 24-30 
Tucker Mary 44 

Tucker Harriet E- 89 
Turner Harriet 169 
Turner Helen S. 169 
Turner John 32 

Turner John 252 

Turner Mary 1 17-197 
Tuttle Ebenezer no 
Tuttle Mary no 

Twaddle Margaret 

J- 59 

Twiss Rebecca 63-125 
Tyler Edward W. 252 

U 

Udell Foster 
Udell Grace L. 
Udell Jessie I^. 
Udell I^ewis W. 
Udell Sarah J. W. 
Udell William F. 
Underhill Ruth L. 



Underwood ■ 
Upham Eva E 

Upham George H. 190 

Upham Henry M. 190 

Upham Amy t,. 127 

Upton John 127 

Upton Nancy A. 243 

Upton Sally 112 

Urann Paul 43 

Urann Samuel 43 

Usher Martha J. 183 

Utley Henry T. 117 

Utley Jane 117 

Utley Joseph 117 
Utley lyUcy 58-117 

Utley Mary 117 



Valentine Alford 

A. 
Valleth 



Van Allen Olive 205 
Vanarsdale 

Gertrude 159-218 
Van Auken Emily 

D. 244 

Vandewarker 

Anna 242 

Vandewarker 

John 242 

Van Ettan Hattie 246 

Van Grosbeck 60 

Van IvCw Georpre 158 
Van Name David M. 150 



1859 
1883 

1862 
1872 



1867 



1856 
1859 



1854 
1901 



1867 



1872 



1811 
1818 



1856 



Van Name Irene 

E. 
Varney Joanna 
Vasey Edward 
Vasey Helen G. 
Vaughan Alvin 
Vaughan Arthur 

L. 
Vaughan Belle 
Vaughan Carrie E 
Vaughan Charles 

W. 
Vaughan Edward 
Vaughan Edward 

E. 
Vaughan 

Elizabeth 
Vaughan Ella 
Vaughan Ellen 
Vaughan Frank 
Vaughan Grace A. 
Vaughan Louise 
Vaughan Mary 
Vaughan Mary A. 
Vaughan Mira 
Vaughan Myra 
Vaughan Orville 
Vaughan Orsino 

A. 
Vaughan Phineas 
Vaughan Royal 
Vaughan Silas O. 
Vaughn Silas T. 
Vaughan 

Sophronia 
Vaughan Walter 
Vaughan Walter 

P. 
Vaughan William 
Vaughan]|WiUiam 

A. 
Vedder Dorothy 
Vegas Joseph F. 
Verplank Grace 

h. 
Verplank Isaac 
Verplank Isaac 
Verplank John I. 
Verplank Mary C. 
Vincent Fanny 
Vickery William 
Viport Francis 
Virtue Agnes 
Vosburg 
Zenana 



118 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 
118 

118 
118 
118 
118 
118 

118 
118 

115 
118 

118 
242 
99 

147 
147 
147 
147 
147 
32 
45 
54 
135 



84-143 



W 



Wadsworth Charles 



h. 



Wagner Doris A. 191 
Wagner Marjory 

I. 191 

Wagner Norton 191 

Wagner Paul R. 191 

Wagner Ruth M. 191 

Waitt 150 

Waite Addie A. 241 

Waite Andrew J. 212 

Waite Walton A. 241 

Walby 92 

Walker 187 

Walker Barbury 143 

Walker Abigail C. 96 

Walker Betsey I. 96 
Walker Carohne 

A. 129-202 

Walker Charles 

E. 62 

Walker Edwin F. 96 



1778 
1815 
1853 



1813 



1883 
1876 
1886 

1857 
1881 
1855 
1891 

1874 
1844 
18S3 
1S19 
1852 
1879 
1879 



1867 

1832 
1839 
1834 

1S37 

1S37 
1835 

1847 

1837 
1824 
1829 
1852 

1819 
1827 



Walker Frances 62 
Walker Henry B. 62 
Walker James 96 

Walker James A. 96 
Walker James B. 96 
Walker James I. 62 
Walker Martha T. 96 
Walker Mary A. N. 62 
Walker Robert I. 96 
Walker Sarah W. 62 
Walker Walcott E- 62 
Walker William A. 62 
Walker William W. 62 
Wallace Amy L. 127 
Wallace Elizabeth 127 
Wallace Frederick 127 
Wallace George R. 127 
Wallace George R. 127 
Wallace Harvey D. 66 
Wallace Helen 127 

Wallace Herbert 1. 127 
Wallace Rachel 127 
Wallace Rodney 127 
Wallace Rodney 127 
Wallace Robert S. 127 
Wallace Sophia I. 127 

Walters 246 

Walters David 192 

Wandell Geuette 257 
Wauzer Sarah H. 159 
Ware Susan D. loi 

Ward Abby Q. 100 

Ward Carrie M. 100 
Ward Edith G. 100 

Ward Ethel C. 100 

Ward Gardner L. 100 
Ward Gardner M. 100 
Ward George C. 100 
Ward Helen L,. 100 

Ward Mabel 100 

Ward Mary H. 100 

Ward Parmelia I. 100 
Ward Richard 100 

Ward Richard 100 

Ward Richard 100 

Ward Richard 100 

Warden Hannah 70-133 
Wordsworth Ruth 37 
Warner Augusta 96 
Warner Cornell 151 
Warner Grace E- 170 
Warner William 170 
Warren Cynthia in 
Warren Cyrus I. 113 
Warren 

Elizabeth J. in 
Warren Gustavia in 
Warren Hannah 114 
Warren Harvey E. 113 
Warren Henry E- 113 
Warren Ichabod m 
Warren Jane M. 113 
Warren 

Mehitable 179-226 
Warren Octavia 
Warren Phineas 
Warren Phineas I. 
Warren Rufus I. 
Warren Royal 
Warren Sarah 



in 
III 
III 
113 
"3 
140 



1846 
1876 



Warren William W.iii 
Warriner 

Rachel 121-196 

Washburn William 138 
Watrous Edward B.102 
Watson Alexander 243 
Watson Grace E. 242 
Watson Hannah 221 
Watson Samuel L,. 187 



POSTERITY OF EDMUND INGAIvUS, OF LYNN. 



317 



16S7 



1853 
1901 



t873 



1780 



1837 
1835 
1841 



1843 
1802 



1839 



1868 
i8go 
1855 
1892 
1867 
1882 
1824 



Watterman 

Rachel 47-8i 

Watt George F. 92 

Watts Hannah 25-35 

Watts John 44 

Watts Mary 25-34 

Watts Samuel 34-35 

Watts William 44 

Way Bertie 76 
Weatherbee 

Enieline H 125 
Weatherbee 

Nella 63-125 
Weatherbee Solon 125 

Weaver Abbie 197 

Weaver Doris h. 1S9 

Weaver Jabez 197 
Weaver I,iicius E. 189 

Weaver William P. 189 

Webb Adaline 15S 

Webb Cornelia 158 

Webb Edward 158 

Webb Gilbert 158 

Webb Marion 158 

Webb Rebecca 107 

Webb Stephen is8 

Webb Oscar 158 

Webb William iii 

Webster Hannah 206 

Webster L. F. 88 

Webster Mary 25 

Webster Moses 94 

Webster Sarah 34 

Webster Seltna 209 

Weeks Abbie H, 108 

Weeks Comfort 44-75 

Weeks Henry W. 122 

Weeks Judith loi 

Weeks Laura E. loi 

Weeks Sarah 152 
Weierwiller Louisa 159 

Weizel Frances 122 
Welch AdoniramJ. 123 

Welch Almira L. 125 

Welch Aronetta 123 

Welch Benjamin 43 

Welch Betsey 43 

Welch Byron 43 

WelchDavid 43 

Welch Eben 43 

Welch Judsoii 43 

Welch Louisa 123 
Welch Lydia 62-124 

Welch Lydia 43 

Welch Mary 25 

Welch Mary 43 

Welch Rosina 123 
Welch Russell F. 123 

Welch William 43 

Welch William 76 
Wellington Joseph 245 

Wells Charles 94 
Wells Jane M. 90-150 

Wells Thomas 34 

Wendall Abigail 40-67 
Wentworth Cedric loi 
Wentworth 

Clarence E. loi 
Wentworth 

Dorothea loi 
Wentworth 

Emma B. loi 
Wentworth 

Frederic loi 
Wentworth 

George F. loi 
Wentworth 

Reginald D. 101 
Wentworth 

William H. loi 



1852 



Wentworth 

William H. 
West Elizabeth 
West Henry 
West John 
West Rachel 
West Samuel 
Westbrook 

Harriet L. 
Westervelt Marie 
Weston Alfred 
Weston Clara 
Weston Costello 
Weston Ralph 
Wetherbee 

Roxanna 
Wheat Juliana 
Wheeler Amos 
Wheeler Ann E. 



47 
30 

igo 
160 
179 

179 
179 
179 



151-209 
'93 
33 
153 



Wheeler Benjamin 120 
Wheeler 

Benjamin I. 31 

Wheeler Charlotte 33 
Wheeler Daniel 31 

Wheeler David 252 

Wheeler David 53 

Wheeler Deborah 33 

1717 Wheeler 

Elizabeth 24-31 

Wheeler Ellen 88 

1756 Wheeler Eunice 61-120 
Wheeler Hiram 88 

Wheeler James 31 

Wheeler John 47 

Wheeler John A. 153 
Wheeler Louisa 54-103 
Wheeler Mary A. 32 
Wheeler Mercy 31 

Wheeler Philip 31 

Wheeler Rachel 32-47 
Wheeler Rhoda 31 

Wheeler Rufus J. 31 
Wheeler Ruth H. 
Wheeler Sabina 
Wheeler 

Thomas A. 
Whipple 

1846 Whipple Ann E. 
Whipple 

Lydia B 
Whipple 

William A. 
Whitcomb p;iias 

White 

White Alma A. 
White Asa 
White Asa D. 
White Augusta 
White Betsey 
White Caroline 
White Cynthia 
White John P. 
White Joseph M. 
White Levi 
White Mary 
1839 White Marj' E. 
White Newton C. 
White Olive 
White Prudenceio4.i64 
White Robert 64 

White Stillman W. 73 
White Verutia 191 

White Zymenus 161 
Whitfield F'unice 49 
Whitford Elizabeth248 
Whiting Frances 133 
Whiting Phiiieas 44 
Whitman Barsilla 130 
Whitney Alfred 166 



153 
33 

153 
244 
128 

214-235 

128 
83 
83 
73 
73 
73 
73 
1 10-178 
73 

104 

44 

• 191 

245 

34-52 

245 

73 



1854 

1840 

1881 



1886 
1892 



1792 



185 1 
1843 
1S12 



1844 
1839 

1837 



1857 



1873 
1870 



1891 
1889 
1886 

1S96 
1869 



1843 



Whitney 

Benjamin A. 183 
Whitney Helen E. 166 
Whitney Frank H. 183 
Whitney Jonathan 107 
Whitney 

Martella A. 215 
Whitney Merton L 183 
Whitney 

Raymond P. 183 
Whitman MarthaE.r30 
WhittemoreEsther 257 
Whittcmore 

Marsliall H. 114 

Whitten 73 

Whittier Charles H.125 
Whittier Lilly W. 109 
Whittier Simeon 125 
Wicker Rhoda 209 

Wiers Alice 253 

Wilber Almira 90 

Will)ur Mary 197 

Wilcox Amelia 74 

Wilcox Chapin D. 139 
Wilcox Ephraim B.139 
Wilcox Franklin G.139 
Wilcox John T. 139 

Wilcox John M. 213 
Wilcox Hazaver 81 
Wilcox Mary A. 81 

Wilcox Mary C. 139 
Wilcox Naomi 213 

Wilcox Susan 139 

Wilkinson Eva 144 

Wilkinson I'iddie 205 
Willard Enoch G. 174 
Willard Sarah F. 174 
Willard Thomas 86 
Wilder Marshall 161 
Wiley I.ina T. 211 

Wiley Pearlie M. 211 
Wiley W.G. 211 

Willey Margaret 76 
Willey Philemon 65 
Willey Sophia 163 

Willett Edith F. 189 
Wilktt Flovd G. 189 
Willett Harrv A. 189 
Willelt Thomas 189 

Williams 83 

Williams 

Alexander G. 126 
Willianjs 

Charles E. 126 

Williams Ebenezer 256 
Williams Eleazer 252 
Williams EHsha 198 
Williams Erwin 198 
Williams P^unice 126 
Williams George 133 
Williams George H.178 
Williams George N. 81 
Williams Gershom 39 
Williams 

Gertrude E. 198 
Williams Henry L. 126 
Williams 

Howard N. 178 

Williams Jane 55-105 
Williams John 24 

Williams John 126 

Williams 

John Frank 126 
Williams Lulu H. 143 
Willian\s 

Matilda M. 130 

Williams Marv J. 76 
Williams Nella P. 126 
Williams Phebe 222 
Williams Ralph R. 192 



318 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 





Williams Sarah 


67 


1818 




Williams Smith 


143 


1820 




Williams Susan 


116 


1816 




Willis Charles 


26 






Willis George L. 


96 






Willis Gordon h. 


96 






Willis Marion 


96 






Willis I^ouise C. 


127 


1866 




Willis Mary 26-36 


1826 




Wills Joseph H. 


103 






Willson Ellen h. 


124 






Willson Harvey 


124 


1859 




Wilson 


61 






Wilson Adaline E. 


169 






Wilson Anna 


218 






Wilson Barbara 


200 




1778 


Wilson Dolly 58 


-115 






Wilson Estes 


160 


1861 




Wilson George H. 


140 


1865 




Wilson Jane 


86 






Wilson Louis 


169 






Wilson Mary 


160 


1885 


1752 


Wilson Mercy 54-104 






Wilson Rachel 


155 






Wilson Solomon N. 


99 






Winchell Frank 


241 






Winchell Wallace 


241 


1S05 




Windsor 


187 




Windsor Hnlda 194-230 






Windsor Laura 


151 




1800 


Winans Addie 


146 


1842 


1851 


Winans John P. 


146 




1884 


Winans Ray 


146 




I88S 


Winans Scott 


146 




1826 


Winegard Addison 


146 




1862 


Winegard Hattie 


246 






Winegard John 


146 






Wing L. L. 


221 






Wing Silvina P. 177 


-225 






Wiugate Abigail 


54 






Wingate Paine 


54 






Winslow p;dward 


91 






Winslow Ella 


91 






Winslow Fred 


91 






Winslow 




1763 




George S. J. 


9> 






Winston Delia 


207 






Witherell Joshua 


253 






Witherton Thomas 


20 




I8I3 


Withey Amos 


77 






Withey James 


77 




I8I4 


Withey Jolin 


77 






Withey Loraua 77 


136 





Wit he J' Mar J' 77 

Withey Moses H. 77 
Withey Susan B. 77 
Witham Frank H. 171 
Witham 

Sophronia 1 13-183 
With amTam son 1 13-183 
Wood Abbie L. 91 

Wood Ann 73 

Wood Arviu 90 

Wood Asa 73 

Wood Charles B. 91 
Wood lianiel 33 

Wood Daniel 90 

Wood Eugene E. 85 
Wood Henry 88 

Wood Heur\' F. 91 

Wood Henry I. 91 

Wood Jessie M. 91 

Wood Louisa 134 

Wood Orrisa 90 

Wood Northup 91 

Wood Rebecca 50-90 
Woods William H. 91 
Woodcock F;meline 209 
Woodell Sarah 83-142 
Woodman 

Hannah M. 99 

Woods 124 

Woodstock 

Cordelia 151 

Woodstock Ira 151 

Woodruff Alice W. 246 
Woodard D. O. 122 

Woodward 

Martha S. 100 

Woodward Mary 103 
Wooley John 53 

Wooley Mary 204 

Wool son Amos 64 

Wooster Abigail 43 
Wooster Abigail 44-72 
Wooster John B. 43 
Worcester 

Bathsheba 50-93 
Worcester Francis 93 
Wordeu Charles 214 
Worden Clarence 214 
Worden Frank 214 

Worden Jethro 214 

Wormstead 

Benjamin 107 



Wormstead 

Rebecca 57-107 

Worth Abiah 34 

Worth Helen 90 

Worthan 93 

Worthen Nancy 34 

Worthen Samuel 253 

Wrann 50 

1891 Wray Mabel E. 243 

1879 Wray Guy M. 243 

1901 Wray Helen 243 

1857 Wray James F. 243 
1876 Wray John B. 243 
1881 Wray Nola E. 242 
1881 Wright Addie F. 42 

Wright Anson 206 

Wright Anson P. 144 

1849 Wright Avesta 144 

Wright Bradford 144 

1858 Wright Ellen r45 
Wright 

Henrietta 145-206 

1844 Wright Henry 144 

1883 Wright Jennie 42 

1885 Wright John 42 

Wright John B. 42 

Wright Laura 66 

1861 Wright Lucius I. 145 

1S94 Wright Marion 42 

Wright Martin 66 

1S80 Wright Robert L. 42 

1S88 Wright Waltf r T. 42 

Wyman Isaac 77 

Wyman Ruth 68 

Y 

Yeaton Sybil 43 

Yelyea Cornelia 165 

Yeomans Jerusha 84 

Young Allen D. 84 

Young Avaline 166 

Young Eleanor 201 

Young Elislia 84 

Young Frank E. 187 

Young Frank C. 84 

1S26 Young Henry 187 

Young John M. 84 

Young Katheriue 187 

1835 Young Lydia A. 157 

Young Mary E- 187 



Zering Elizabeth 159 



INDEX OF PLACES. 



The division of towns, as North, South, East and West, are indexed under the name 
of the town proper. Where a — appears between two numbers, the name of that town 
occurs on all pages inclusive. The examiner is reminded that a name may occur 
several times on a page. 



Abercorn, P. Q., 154, 221 
Abington, Mass., iry, 128. 
Abington, Conn., 26, 36 — 3S, 

60, 61, 115, 121, 194 — ig6, igS 

233. 237, 238, 252. 
Acworth, N. H., 65, 247. 
Addison, Me., 1S3. 
Adrian, Mich., 92. 
Albion, N. Y., 139, 140. 
Albion, Pa., 830. 
Alexander, N. Y., 222. 
Alexandria, N. H., 51, 152, 

212. 
Alexandria, Va., 86. 
Alexandria, N. Y.'iiS. 
Alexander, N. Y., 222. 
Albany, N. Y., 86, 90, loi, 

irg, 138, 142, 147, 208,223,142. 
Albany, N. H., 254. 
Alruont.iiMich., 113. 
Alpha, la., 198. 
Alton, N. H., 103. 
Alton, 111., 245. 
Alvardo, Cal., 134, 203. 
Amesbury. Mass., 53, 54. 
Amherst, Me., 94. 156, 216. 
Amherst, N. H., 35. 
Amboy, III., 195. 
Amsterdam, N. Y., 147, 1S8. 
Amelia, O., 141. 
Ainsworth, Neb., 128. 
Andover, Me., 167. 
Andover Mass., 17, 20, 22, 25 

—27. 34—36, 38, 39. 51—64, 

94, 95, 103—107, 109— 113, 

115, 164 — 171, 180, 181, 185, 

1S7, 227, 252. 
Ann Arbor, Mich., 213. 
Antioch, III., 128, 199,201. 
Argentine, Kan.. 216. 
Argyle. N., Y., 83. 
Arraanda, Mich., 193. 
Arlington, Mass., loi, 162. 
Arlington, N. J., 16S. 
Ashby, Minn., 202. 
Ashland, N. H., 122. 
Ashland, Mass., 127. 
Ashland, Neb., 201. 
Ashland, Conn., 196. 
Ashford, Conn., 197. 
Ashville, N. C, 146, 191. 
Aspen, Wyo., 218. 
Atkinson, N. H., 35, 53, 66, 

97, 98, 100, 238, 253. 
Atkinson, 111., 121. 
Attica, Wis., ii6. 
Athol, Mass., 126. 



Atlantic City, N. J., 145, 206. 
Athens, N. Y., 145. 
Athens, Mich., 100. 
Attleboro, Mass., 254. 
Axigusta, Me., 52. 
Augusta, Ark., 182. 
Aurora, 111., 92. 
Aurora, N. Y., 168. 
Auburn, Me., 119, 130, 156, 

I73i 174- 
Babylon, N. Y., 170. 
Baldwin, Me., 52. 
Baldwinsville, N. Y.,84, 100. 
Ballston, N. Y., 32, 170, 224. 
Baltimore, Md., 102, 154. 
Bangor, Me., 172, 225, 254. 
Baraboo, Wis., 50, 160. 
Barnstead' N. H., 152. 
Barre, Vt., 32, 97, 159. 
Barre, N. Y., 140. 
Barronville, Conn., 189. 
Bath, Me., 74, 135. 
Batsto, N. Y. 206. 
Bayonne, N. J., 142. 
Beardstown, 111., 195, 
Bedford, N. H. 104, 167. 
Bedford, Mass., 160, 253. 
Belcher, N. Y., 82, 141. 
Belchertown, Mass , 83, iiS, 

141, 160, 193. 
Beloit, Wis., 250. 
Belding, Mich., 213. 
Belmont, N. H., 163. 
Bellfontaine, O., 166. 
Bellows Kalis, Vt., 141, 170, 

216, 223, 224. 
Bel\-idere, N. Y., 139. 
Belvidere, 111., 113, 184. 
Benson. Minn., 188. 
Berkshire, Vt., 154. 
Berea, O., 115. 
Berne, N. Y., 224. 
Berryessa, Cal., 255. 
Berwick, Me., 95. 
Bethel, Me., 95, 96, 156, 
Bethel, Vt., 114, 254. 
Beverly, Mass., 254. 
Biddeford, Me, 184. 
Biddenden, Eng., 124. 
Bigfoot, 111., 205. 
Billerica, Mass.. ,51, 253. 
Bloomingdale. 111., 193. 
BJue Earth City, Minn., 154. 
Blue Hill, Me., 45, 56, 58, 106, 

107, 170—173. 225. 
Blue Rapids, Kan., 187. 
Boise City, Idaho, 227. 



Boothbay, Me., 131. 
Bolton, Vt., 234. 
Bolton Mass., 39. 
Border Plains, la., 80. 
Boscawen, N. H., 102. 
Boston, Mass., 17, 40, 41, 44, 
45. 51, 5S, 68, 69, 95—97, 100 
— 102, 104, 109, 115, 117, 125 — 
133. 137. 1.S0, 162—164, 181, 
183, 189, 191, 202, 214, 225, 
226, 227, 233, 237, 254. 
Bow, N. II., 162. 
Boxford, Mass., 56. 

Boyne City, Mich., 255. 

Bradford, N. H., 105, 167. 

Bradford, Mass., 34, 35, 254. 

Braintree, Mass., 24, 85. 

Brandon, Vt., 235. 

Brattleboro, Vt., 254. 

Brewer, Me.. 171. 

Bridgman, Mich., 255. 

Bridgeport, Conn. 81, 102. 

Bridgewater, N. H., 93, 151, 
152. 

Bridgewater, Mass., 66. 

Bridgton, Me., 107 — 113, 156, 
173— 1S4, 226, 227. 

Bristol, N. H., 152, 211, 212. 

Bristol. K. I., 19, 49. 149, 253. 

Bristol, Ind., 90. 

Brockton. Mass., 136, 197. 

Brock port. N. Y., 78, 140. 

Broadalbin, N. Y., 224. 

Brook field, Vt., 59. 

Brookfield, Mass, 164, 188, 
222. 

Brookfield, N. Y., 47, 81, 82. 
89. i.-?7- 

Brookhne, Mass., 69. 

Brooklyn, Conn., 59, 62, 118, 
252. 

Brooklyn, N. Y., 41, 122, 135, 
197, 198, 223, 248, 249. 

Broome, P. Q., 153, 214, 235. 

Broome, N. Y., 243. 

Brownfield, Me., 185. 

Brownington Vt., 247. 

Brownville. N. Y , 222. 

Brutus, N. Y. , 247. 

Bryan, O., 91. 

Buckfield, Me., 129, 130, 174. 

Buchanan, Mich., 243. 

Bucksport, Me., 106, 171. 

Buffalo, N. Y., 84, 121, 140, 
243- 

Buffalo, Gap, S. D., 243. 

Burke, Vt., 179. 



320 



INGALLS GENEALOGY. 



Burke, N. Y., 247. 
Burlington, Vt., 124, 159, 
227. 

Burlington, la., 219. 

Buxton, Me., 39. 

Calhoun, Ga., 82. 

Calispel, Mont., 124. 

Cambridge, Ma.ss., 39,97,99, 
loi, 126, 163, i8,s, 254. 

Cambridge Spring.s.Pa., 121. 

Camden, Me., 225. 

Campbell, Cal., 255. 

Campton, N. H., 93. 

Canaan, Vt., 98, 99 

Canajoharie, N, Y., 43. 

Candia, N. H., 51. 

Canisteo, N. Y., 217. 

Canterbury, N H., 53, 98 — 
103, 160 — 163. 

CanterV)ury, Conn., 116, 1S9. 

Canton, N. V., 124, 209. 

Canton, 111., 64, 255. 

Cape Elizabeth, Me., 191. 

Cape Vincent, N. Y., 104, 
165- 

Caro, Mich., 246. 

Carli.sle, Ma.s.s. 27. 

Carrollton, La., 175. 

Carthage, N. Y., 165. 

Ca.stalia, la., 243. 
Ca.stile, N. Y., 140. 
Castleton, N. Y. , 223, 236. 
Cavendish, Vt., 154. 
Chandlerville 111., 194. 
Chariton, la., 219. 
Charleston, Vt., 154. 
Charle.stown, Ma.ss., 28, 39, 

40, 42, 67, loi, 130, 193. 
Charlotte, Vt., 170. 
Cha.se, N. Y., 194. 
Chatham, Ont., 84. 
Chatham, N. H., 108. 
Chelsea, Mass., 69, 88, 132, 

19'. 254. 
Chelmsford, Mass., 39, 79. 
Cherry Creek, N. Y., 120,121. 
Cherry Valley, Mass., 114. 
Chesbro, Mass., go. 
Cheshire, Mass., 33, 50, 90, 

91. 150. 
Chester, N. H., 34, 35, 50, 51, 

94, 126, 155. 
Chester, Mass., 256. 
Chester, Vt., 105. 
Chicago, 111., 76, 88, 92, 100, 
Ii8, 121, 122, 157, 159, 164, 
174, 180, 193 — 201, 205, 208, 
214, 219, 222, 231, 232, 237, 
249> 255. 
Chicago, Park, Nev., 200. 
Chicopee, Mass., 160, 254. 
Chichester, N. H., 102. 
Chillicothe, O., iro, 189, 219. 
Crystal, Lake, 111., 205. 
Churchill, N. Y., 114, 
Cheyenne, Wyo., 193. 
Cincinnati, O., 80, 166, 181, 

237, 245, 255. 
Clarendon, \^t., 223. 
Claremont, N. H. 125, 248. 
Clayton, Ala., 58. 
Cleveland, N. Y., 126. 
Cleveland, O., 114, 134, 145, 

237, 245, 246, 255. 
Cliftondale, Mass., 67. 
Clinton, Mass., 160, 161. 
Clio, Mich., 246. 
Coaticook, P. Q., 185. 
Cohoes, N. Y., 142, 224. 
Colchester, Conn., 190. 



Coldwater, Mich., 84. 

Colebrook, N. H., loi. 

Coloma Sta., Wis., 139. 

Colorado Springs, Col., 123. 

Columbia, Conn., 117. 

Concord, N. H., 51, 94, 99, 
100, 102, 103, 150, 162, 192, 
211, 212, 254. 

Concord, N. Y., 142. 

Concord, Pa., 245, 251. 

Conway, N. H., 51, 95, 108. 

Cooperstown, N. Y., 91, 92, 
151, 194, 196, 197. 

Copake, N. Y., 145. 

Corning, la., 219. 

Cornish, Me., 52, 183. 

Cornish, N. H., 125. 

Cornplanter, N. Y., 242. 

Cornwall, Vt., 186, 187. 

Cornwall, N. Y., 147. 

Cottage, N. Y.,i2i. 

Cottonwood, Minn., 206. 

Cortland, N. Y., 59, 89, 165, 
255- 

Cortland, 111., 222. 

Cowansville, P. Q., 153. 

Covington, Ky., 166. 

Crooked City, S. D., 201. 

Crown Point, N. Y., 151, 152, 
210. 

Cumberland, R. I., 24, 46, 85, 
252. 

Cupardino, Cal., 200. 

Dalton, N. H., 96. 

Danbury, Conn., 149. 

Danielsonville, Conn., 1S9, 

Dansville, N. Y., 158, 217. 

Danvers, Mass., 227, 228, 253. 

Danville, Vt., 64, 94, 98, 154, 
155. 159- 

Dayton, Me., 175. 

Davenport, la., 88, 219. 

Deerfield, N. H., 34. 

Deering, Me., 174. 

Dedham, Mass., 97, 121. 

Dehli. la., 92. 

Dekalb, 111., 118. 

Delavan, Wis., 89, 90, 222. 

Delmar, la., 209. 

Delton, Wis., 160. 

Denmark, Me., 52, no, 113, 
176 — 179, 183 — 185, 226. 

Denmark, la., 168, 169. 

Denver, Col., 253. 

Derry, N. H., 92, 94. 

Des Moines, la., 189, 194. 
Detroit, Mich., 170, 217, 218, 

255- 
Dexter, Me., 225. 
Dighton, Mass., 88. 
Donican Grove, 111., 118. 
Doniphan, Neb., 218. 
Dormansville, N. Y., 24. 
Dover, Me., 177. 
Dover, N. H., 133. 
Dover, Mass., 125. 
Dover, 111., 158, 159, 218. 
Dracut, Mass., 129. 
Dresden, N. Y., 209, 210, 233 

234- 
Duluth, Minn., 188, 194, 227. 
Dunbarton, N. H., 167. 
Dudley, Mass., 188, 190. 
Dumfres, Ont., 246. 
Dunham, P. Q. 65, 93, 153, 

213—215. 235. 
Dunhams Basin, N. Y., 23S. 
Dunkirk, N. Y., 155. 
Dunklees Grove, 111., 118, 
193- 



Dunstable, Mass., 39, 66, 127. 
Durham, N. H., 55. 
Duxbury, Vt., 154. 
Ellsworth, Me., 43, 134, 172. 
Earlville, N. Y., 81. 
Eastport, Me., 239. 
Eaton, N. Y. 114. 
Eau Claire, Wis., 160. 
Eden, Me., 71. 133, 134. 
Eden, O., 91. 
Edge wood, N. Y., 59. 
Edinsburg, N. Y., 169. 
Edmond, Ks., 243. 
Effingham, N. H., 174. 
Elgin, 111., 141. 
Elk Grove, 111., 193. 
Elkhorn, Wis., 205. 
Ellisburg, N. Y., 47. 
Elliott, Conn., 115. 
Ellsworth, Ks., 149. 
Elniira, N. Y., 90, 157, 158, 

249. 
Elyria, N. Y., i68. 
Empire, Ks., 61. 
Englewood, N. J., 188. 
Enosburg, Vt., 123, 154, 236. 
Epsom, N. H., 102. 
Erie, Pa., 84. 
Esperance, N. Y., 224. 
PCsse.x, Vt., 154, 254. 
PIssex, N. Y.. 157. 
Eureka, Wis., 139. 
Evansville, Ind., 250. 
p;xeter, N. H., 69. 
E-xeter, N. Y., 143. 
Fairfield, Vt., 154. 
Fall River, Mass., roc. 
Falmouth, Me., 167. 
Farnum, P. Q., 153, 234, 235, 

247. 
Fayston, Vt., 154, 228. 
Ferrisburg, Vt., 235. 
Fitchburg, Mass., 94, 123, 

126, 127. 
Fitzwilliam, N. H., 62, 85, 

125. 
Flint, Mich., 84, 210, 246. 
Fly Creek, N. Y., S3, 84, 231. 
Fond du Lac, Wis., 127. 
Fontana, Wis., 144. 
Forestport, N. Y., 165. 
Fort Barrancus, F"la., 220. 
F'ort Dodge, la., 100. 
Fort FMward, N. Y., 82. 
Fort F'airfield, Me., 156, 177. 
Fort Yates, Dak. 185. 
Fountain Prairie, Wis. 129 
Foxcroft, Me., 177 
Framingham, Mass., 127. 
Franklin, N. H., 103, 118, 152, 

212. 
Eranklin, Mass., 130. 
Franklin, Conn., 122. 
Franklin, N. Y., 208, 245. 
Franklin, 111., 249. 
Franklin, .S. D., 158. 
Freedom, N. II., 108. 
Freemont, N. H., 95 
Freemont, N. Y., 158. 
Freeport, 111., 199. 
Frelighsburg, P. Q. , 214, 

235. 
Fremont, O., 135. 
Fryburg, Me., 226. 
Gaines, N. Y., 140. 
Galena, S. D., 129, 201. 
Galesburg, 111., :68. 
Georgetown, III., 134. 
Geneva, O., 246. 
Gibson, Pa., 251. 



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Gilead, Me., 96, 157, 216. 
Gilmanton, N. H., 6g, 103. 
Glasgow, Scot., 136. 
Glendon, Wash., 245. 
Glenora, N. Y., 149. 
Glens Falls, N. Y., 209. 
Glenville, N. Y., 229. 
Glenville, Mich., 169, 188. 
Glenwood, Mich., 243. 
Gloucester, Me., 119. 
Gloucester, Mass., 27, 67, 

1301 171. 254- 
Goffstown, N. H., 250. 
Gorham, Me., 181. 
Gorhani, N.H., 156, 217. 
Gosheu, N. H., 250, 254. 
Grafton, Mass., 48, 122. 
Grafton, O., 247. 
Granby, P. Q., 197, 215. 
Grand Forks, N. D., 124. 
Grand Ligne, P. Q., 214. 
Grand Menan, N. B., 74. 
Grant Creek, N. Y., 150. 
Granville, Vt., 187. 
Granville, N. Y., 137 — 139, 

141, 142, 151, 168, 210, 234, 
235- 

Gray, Me., 157, 237. 
Great Falls, Mont., 231. 
Green Bay, Wis., 83. 
Greene, Me., 173. 
Greenfield, Mass., 127, 170. 
Geeensboro, Vt., 159. 
Greenville, Conn., 1S5. 
Greenville, N. Y., 144, 204. 
Greenville, Mich., 213. 
Greenwich, R. I., 196. 
Greenwich Conn., 185. 
Greenwich, N. Y., 120. 
Groton, N. Y., 81, 89, 251. 
Guilderland, N. Y., 188. 
Guayanilla, P. R., 149. 
Hadley, Mass., 170. 
Hagedon Mills, N. Y., 224. 
Hains\-ille, 111., 12S, 207. 
Halifax, N. S., 43. 
Hamilton, N. Y., Si, 137. 
Hamilton, O., 141, 245. 
Hamilton, Ind., 243, 244. 
Hamlin, Minn., 129. 
Hamraondton, N. J., 179. 
Hampden, Me., 43. 
Hampstead, N. H., 53, 253. 
Hampton, N. H., 102. 
Hampton, Conn., 116, 117, 

188. 
Hancock, N. H., 197. 
Hancock, Vt., 114. 
Hanover, N. H., 51, 76, 117, 

192, 254. 
Harrisburg, Pa., 80. 
Harrison, Me., 108, 109, 173, 

177, 183, 226, 237. 
Harrison, Mich., 217. 
Hastings, Minn., 91. 
Hartford, Conn., 25, 116, 122, 

181, 197, 214. 
Hartford, N. Y.,82— 84, 138— 

142. 151- 
Hartford, Mich,, 244. 
Hartland, Vt., 166. 
Hartland, N. Y., 247. 
Hartwick, N. Y., 120, 151, 

194, 230, 231. 
Haverhill, N. H., 155, 247. 
Haverhill, Mass., 25, 34, 35, 

41. 50, 53, 54. 98. 181, 227, 

254- 
Harvey, 111., 208. 
Hawley, Minn., 227. 

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Hebron, Me., iig. 
Hebron, N. H., 34. 
Hebron, N. Y., 82. 
Hebron, ()., 80. 
Helena, Mont., 180. 
Hemlock, N. Y., 143. 
Henniker, N. H., 192. 
Henderson, N. Y., 47, 222. 
Hereford, P. Q., 162. 
Herkimer, N. Y., 115. 
Herman, N. Y., 166. 
Hill, N. H., 212. 
Hilland, Mont., 171. 
Hillsborough, N. H.. 193. 
Hillsboro, Col., 209. 
Hine.sburgh, Vt., 235, 236. 
Hillsdale, N. H., 224. 
Hiram, Me., 52, 226. 
Hoboken, N. J., 74. 
Holbrook, Mass., 155. 
Holden, Mo., 247. 
Hollis. N. H., 94. 
Holliston, Mass., 114, 115. 
Holyoke, Mass., 170, 227. 
Hooksett, N. H.,34. 
Hoosac, N. Y., 153. 
Hoosic Falls, N. Y., 90. 
Hopkinton, N. H., 99. 
Hopkinton, Mass., 82. 
Hopkinton, R. I., 220. 
Hopkinton, N. Y., 151. 
Hornellsville, N. Y., 158, 159 

218. 
Houlton, Me., 116. 
Hubbardsvnlle, N. Y., 251. 
Hudson, N. Y., 119. 
Hudson, Ind., 243. 
Hunts\'ille, O., 166. 
Hunter, N. Y., 59. 

Hyde Park, Vt. 

Independence, Mo., 108. 
Indianola, la., 187, 
Ingalls, Mich., 200. 
Ingalls, Minn., 202. 
Iosco, Mich., 246. 
Iowa City, la., 219. 
Ipswich, Mass., 20, 22, 27, 

39, 66, 67, 70, III, 253. 
Ithaca, N. Y., 119. 
Jackson, Mich., 87. 
Jaffrey, N. H., 123, 125, 126. 
Jamestown, N. D. , 228. 
Jay, N. Y , 65. 
Jefferson, Me.. 172. 
Jeffenson, N. Y., 89. 
Jericho, Vt., 59. 
Jersey City, N. J. 223. 
Jewett City, Conn., 191. 
Johnsburg, N. Y., 82. 
Johnsonville, N. Y., 255. 
Joliet, 111., 157. 
Jonesport, Me., 250. 
Kansas City, Mo., 142, 169, 

217, 222. 
Keene, N. H., 97, 123, 125, 

157- 
Keene, N. Y., 65, 124. 
Kennebunk, Me., 52, 69. 
Keokuk, la., 168, 219. 
Ketchum, Conn., 90. 
Kewanee, 111., 195, 196. 
Killingly, Conn., 252. 
Killingworth, Conn.. 213. 
Kinderhook, N. Y., 188. 
Kingsboro, N. Y., 188. 
Kingston, N. H., 34. 50, 163. 
Kingston, N. Y., 148, 229, 

230. 
Kirby, Vt., 76. 
Kittery, Me., 126, 253. 



Kortright, N. Y., 151. 
Uachine, P. Q., 215. 
Laconia, N. H., 102, 118. 
I.,afayette, Ind., 219. 
Lagrange, .Me., 172. 
Lagrange, O., 114. 
Lake Placid, N. Y., 125. 
Lakeport, N. H.. 100. 
Lancaster, N. H., 150, 233, 

247. 
Lancaster, Mass., 97, 100, 

126. 
Lanesboro, Mass., 90. 
Lansiiigburg, N. Y., 159. 
Lapeer, Mich., 246. 
Larkspur, Col., 81. 
Las Vegas, N. M., 229. 
Lawrence, Mass., 99, 115, 153, 

171. 215. 
Lebanon, N. Y., 81, 90. 
Lee Center, 111., 231, 241. 
Leeds, Me., 131. 
Lehi City, Utah, 135. 
Lehigh, la., 80. 
Lenox, N. Y., 241, 242. 
Leominster, Mass., 64, 85. 
Leroy, N. Y., 139, 140. 
Lewiston, Me., 69, 173, 174. 
Liberty, Pa., 83. 
Lima, N. Y., 213. 
Lincoln, Vt., 235. 
I<incoln, Neb., 158, 255. 
Linn, Wis., 144, 205. 
Litchfield, Pa., 89. 
Little Conipton, R. I., 197. 
Little Falls, N. Y., 81. 
Locke, N. Y., 251. 
Lockport, 111., 122. 
Lockport, N. Y., 126. 
Londonderry, N. H., 55, 105, 

168, 253. 
Londonderry, Vt.. 105, 169, 

247. 
Long Creek, S. D., 89. 
Los Angelos, Cal., 200. 
Lowell, Mc., 107, 108, no. 
Lowell, Vt., 32. 
Lowell, Mass., 64, 69, 99, 129, 

131, 238, 254. 
Lowville, N. Y., 137. 
Lowville, Minn., 202. 
London, N. H., 99, 100, 102. 
Louisville, Ky., 89, 182, 219, 

230. 
Ludlow, Vt., 118, 125, 254. 
Lunenburg, N. H., 36. 
Luverne, Minn., 129. 
Lyman, Me., 175. 
Lyman, N. H., 160. 
Lvndeboro, N. H., 168. 
Lyndon, Vt., 75, 76, 160. 
Lynn, Mass., 17, 19, 20—24, 

28, 29, 40—45, 56, 60, 67 — 70, 

77, 78, 109, 119, 131—133. 136, 

163, 174, 175, 181, 204, 239, 

240, 244, 251, 253, 255, 256. 
Machias, Me., 74, 176, 254. 
Mackinac. Mich., 32. 
Madison, N. H., 1S4. 
Madison, Wis., 160, 221. 
Madisouville, O., 180. 
Madbury, N. H., 44, 75. 
Mahaska, la., 202. 
Maine, N. Y., 8g. 90. 
Maiden. Mass., iii, 119, 126, 

I3I- '74- 
Maiden, 111., 159. 
Manchester, N. H., 103, 118, 

248, 254. 
Manchester, Mass., 251. 



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Manchester, Conn., 223, 224, 

236. 
Manchester, la., 124. 
Mandota, 111., 218. 
Mansonville, P. Q., 153. 
Mautua, O., 256. 
Marathon, N. Y., 243. 
Marblehead, Ma.ss., 29—31, 

42 — 46, 70, 71, 77 — 80, 107, 

133. 136. 137. 175, 204, 205, 

233. 239. 253- 
Mariano, Cuba, 167. 
Marietta, O., 150. 
Mariners Harbor, N.Y., 150. 
Marlboro. N. H., 85, 125. 
Marlboro, Mass., 155. 
Marietta, Mich., 213. 
Marquette, Mich., 90. 
Marshall, Mich., 100. 
Marshfield, Me., 177. 
Mason City, la., 124, 160. 
Massena Springs, N.Y., 248. 
Mattawau, N. J., 150. 
Mattawanikeag, Me., 216. 
Maysville, Ky., 219. 
Mazonianie, Wis., 169. 
Mazonville, N. Y.. 208. 
McCool June, Neb., 234. 
Mechanic Falls, Me., 119. 
Mechanicsville, N. Y., 170. 
Medford, Mass., 39, 95, 96, 

101, 130, 180. 
Medina, N. Y., 28. 
Meduca, N. Y., 148. 
Melrose, Mass., 109, 254. 
Melville, Ore., 163. 
Memphis, Teun., 58, 246. 
Memphis, Mo., 219. 
Mendon, Mass., 20. 
Menominee, Minn., i6o, 199, 

200. 
Mercer, Me., 109, no. 
Mercer, Pa., 204. 
Merrimack, N. H., 104, 166, 

167, 222. 
Merrillsville, N. Y., 242. 
Methuen, Mass., 60, 94, 119. 

155. 215- 
Middleboro, Mass., 253, 256. 
Middlefield, N. Y., 50, 62, 91, 

92, 150, 151, 196, 208, 232. 
Middle Grove, N. V., 170. 
Middleton, Mass., 112, 1S2, 

228. 
Middleton, Conn., 143. 
Middleton, N. Y., 246. 
Miles, Pa.. S3. 
Milford, Mass., 114. 
Milford, ]Me., 216. 
Milford, Conn., 224. 
Milford, N. Y., 194,231. 
Millbury, Mass., 116. 
Milton, N. H.. 54, 96. 
Milton, Vt.. 169, 224. 
Milton, N. v., 169, 236. 
Minneapolis, Minn., 116, 129, 

255. 
Minneiska, Minn., 128, 129, 

201. 
Missouli, Mont., 124. 
Mobile, Ala., 58, 122, 134. 
Mohawk. N. Y., 143. 
Moline, 111., 187. 
Monmouth, Ore., 245. 
Monmouth, la., 222. 
Montclair, N. J., 62, 167. 
Monticello, Minn., 96. 
Montgomery, Vt.. 154, 247. 
Montpelier, Vt., 31, 32, 223. 
Montreal, P. Q., 163, 215. 



Moretown, Vt., 32. 
Mt. Holly, Vt., 169. 
Mt. Pleasant, la., 219. 
Mt. Vernon, Me., 179, 225. 
Mt. Vernon, N. H., 192. 
Mullan, Idaho, 201. 
Mullica Hill, N. J., 145. 
Muncie, Ind., 224. 
Muscatine, la., 95. 
Napa, Cal., 203. 
Naples, Me., Ill, 253. 
Nashua, N. H., 67, 104, 128, 

129, 167, 168, 175, 199, 201, 

202, 226. 
Nashville, Tenu., 128. 
Natick, Mass., 17S, 204. 
Natural Bridge, N. Y., 165. 
Nelson, N. H., 55, 164. 
Newark, N. J., 135, 167, 222, 

223, 250. 
Newbern, S. C, 11. 
New Brighton, N. Y., 149. 
New Britain, Conn., 168. 
Newbury, Vt., 113 — 115, 161, 

186. 
Newbury, Mass., 25, 253. 
Newbury, N. Y., 83. 
Newburyport, Mass., 44, 51, 

53. 74. 97. 161, 254. 
Newcastle, Del., 135. 
New Charlestown, Me., 106. 
New Gloucester, Me., 130. 
New Hampton, N. H., 92, 

152, 153. 210. 
New Hartford, N. Y., 63, 

126. 
New Haven, Conn., 160, 197. 
New London, Conn., 130, 

192, 220, 253. 
New Orleans, La., 99, 118. 
Newpaltz, N. Y., 147. 
Newport, Me., 216. 
Newport, N. H , 250. 
Newport, Vt., 162. 
Newport, R. I., 190. 
New Rochelle.N.Y., 170. 255. 
New Salem, N. H., 57. 
New Sharon, Me., no. 
New York, N. Y., 77, 83, 103, 

104, 122, 123, 142, 147, 151, 

160, 175, 186, 188, 190, 198, 

228, 237, 251, 255. 
Nevada, la., 222. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y., 140. 
Niles, Mich., 243. 
North Adams, Mass., 150, 

255- 
North Bend, O., 180. 
Northboro, Mass., 196. 
North Branch, Minn., 194. 
Northfield, N. H., 125, 168. 
Northfield, Vt., 168, 248. 
Northwood, O., 188. 
Norton Hill, N. Y., 48, 86, 

143, 146 — 148, 205 — 207. 
Norwalk, Conn., 256. 
Norway, Me., 52, 129. 
Norwich, Vt., 32. 
Norwich, Conn., 189, 191, 192, 

253- 
Norwich, N. Y., 143. 
Norwood, N. Y., 65. 
Oak Bay, N. B., 163. 
Oakham, Mass., 256. 
Oakfield, N. Y., 140. 
Oakland, Cal., 99, 134, 203, 

205. 
Oak Park, 111,, ig6, 219. 
Oldtown, Me., 245. 
Oneida, N. Y., 82, 126, 251. 



Oneida, 111., 218. 
Oneonta, N. Y., 246. 
Onondaga, N. Y., 144. 
Ontonagon, Mich., 199, 200. 
Orange, N. J., 223. 
Orland, Me., 106, 171 — 173. 
Orring^on, Me., 135. 
Osage City, Ks., 123. 
Osseo, Wis., 134. 
Oswego, N. Y., 126, 248. 
Otsego, N. Y., 87, 137. 
Otisfield, Me., 39. 
Ottawa, P. Q. 215. 
0\'id, N. Y., 158. 
Owasco, N. Y., i88. 
Oxford, Me., 119. 
Oxford, Mass., 232. 
Palermo, Me., 216. 
Palestine Grove, 111., 121. 
Paris, Me., 188. 
Parishville, N. Y., 123. 
Passadumkeag, Me., 156. 
Patoka, 111., 80. 
Patten, Ga., 194. 
Pawlet, Vt., I41. 
Peabody, Mass., 96, 253, 255. 
Peck, Mich., 210. 
Pelham, Mass., 193. 
Pembroke, N. Y., 249. 
Penobscot, Me., 172, 244, 254. 
Penningsburg, N. Y., 124. 
Peru, Me., 119. 
Peterboro, N. H., 63, 64, 123, 

126, 169, 199. 
Peterboro, N.Y., 240, 242, 243. 
Petersburg, 111., 121. 
Petoskey, Mich., 255. 
Philadelphia, Pa., 34, no, 

137, 191, 212. 
Phoenix Mills, N. Y., 230. 
Pictou, N. S., 175. 
Piermont, N. H., 119, 161. 
Pillar Point, N. Y., 103. 
Pittsburg, Pa., 83, 102, 145, 

200. 
Pittsfield, N. H. 102. 
Pittsfield, Mass., 91, 170. 
Pittsfi€ld, 111., 254. 
Pittsford, Vt., 235. 
Pittstown, N. Y., 224. 
Plainfield, Conn., 120, 189. 
Plainfield, la., 129. 
Plainfield, Mich., 255. 
Plaistow, N. H., 53. 
Plain\4ew, Minn., 129. 
Plattsburg, N. Y., 76, loi, 

235. 
Plattsmouth, Mo., 187. 
Pleasant Ridge, la., 169. 
Plvmouth, Me., 225. 
Plvmouth, N. H., 161. 
Plymouth, Idaho, 193. 
Poland, Me., 119. 
Pomfret, Conn., 26, 37, 58— 

61, 115, 117, 120 — 123, 188, 

196—198, 232, 233, 238, 243, 

253- 
Pompey, N. Y., 243. 
Popbn, N. H., 34, 54. 
Port Huron, Mich., 156, 217, 

218. 
Portland, Me., 51, 95, 111,119, 

157. 174. 178. 179- 
Portland, Ore., 99. 
Portsmouth, N. H., 52, 74, 

96, 249. 
Portsmouth, Va., 96. 
Portsmouth, O., 125, 219. 
Port Richmond, N. Y., 149. 
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Poughkeepsie, N. Y., loi. 
Poultney, Vt., 83. 
Pringhar, la., 89. 
Proctorville, Vt., 64, 141. 
Prohibition Park, N. Y., 146. 
Pro\-ideiice, R. I., 61, 88, 116, 

168, 174, 252. 
Pubnico, N. S., 43. 
Pueblo, Col., 218. 
Putnam, Conn., 58, 122, 196. 
Quincy, 111., 187. 
Racine, Wis., 205, 
Ramsey, Minn., 184. 
Randolph, Vt., 159. 
Ravenna, N. Y., 208. 
Reading, Vt., 195, 
Reading, Mass., 38, 54, 94. 
Red Bank, N. J., 150. 
Redland, N. Y., 165. 
Rehoboth, Mass., 19, 20, 24 — 

33. 46—50, 81—90, 139, 243, 

252, 256. 
Rensselaervnlle, N. Y., 207, 

224. 
Resaca, Ga., 82. 
Revere, Mass., 74, 254. 
Rialto,Cal., 1S7. 
Richebucto, N. B., 107. 
Richfield. N. Y., 83, 84, 143. 
Richford, Vt., 154, 163, 214. 
Richmond, N. H., 46, 85. 
Richmond, Va., 135. 
Richmond, P. Q., 138. 
Richmond\411e, N. Y., 223. 
Rindge, N. H., 38,40, 55, 62— 

65, 124, 126. 
Ringwood, 111., 141. 
Ripon, Wis., 62, 124. 
Rockford, 111., 92. 
Rockford, Mich., 87. 
Rochester, N. H.. no. 
Rochester, Vt., 114, 1S6. 
Rochester, N. Y., 77, 165, 

255- 

Rock City, N. Y., 224. 

Rock City, 111., 187, 255. 

Rockingham, Vt., 105. 

Rockland, Me., 95. 

Rockport, Me., 174. 

Rockville, Conn., 163. 

Rockville. N. Y., 210, 211. 

Rockwood, N. Y,, 224. 

Rodman, N. Y., 165. 

Rome, Pa., 89. 

Romona, Cal., 144. 

Roque Bluffs, Me., 249. 

Round Lake, N. Y., 142. 

Rowley, Mass., 96. 

Royalton, Vt., 126. 

Royaltou, O., 114. 

Runmey, N. H., 43. 

Rutland, Vt., 78, 170. 

Rutland, Mass., 49. 

Ryegate, Vt., 98. 

Saco, Me., 174, 188. 

Sacramento, Cal., 138. 

Saginaw, Mich., 213. 214, 246. 

Salem, Mass., 17, 19, 25, 26, 
30. 31. 37. 38. 40, 41. 57. 68, 
104, 130, 131, 178, 228, 251, 

253- 
Salem, N. Y. , 120. 
Salina, N. Y., 143. 
Salisbury, N. H., 253. 
Salisbury, N. Y., 164. 
Salma, Kan., 92. 
Sanbornton, N. H., 99, 100, 

152, 162. 
Sandown, N. H., 50, 51, 92— 

94. 253- 



Sandwich, Mass., 254. 

Sandwich, 111., 21S. 

Sandy Hill, N. Y., 141, 151, 

235, 236. 
San Francisco, Cal., 41, 43, 

135, 200. 
San Jose, Cal., 135, 203, 255. 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 96. 
Santa Cruz, Cal., 128. 
Santa Paula, Cal., 247. 
Saranac, N. Y., 65, 123. 
Saratoga, N. Y. , 244, 241. 
Saugus, Mass., 51. 
Scarboro, Me., 52, 174. 
Scituate, Mass., 64. 
Scituate, R. I., 197. 
Schagticoke, N. Y., 150, 224. 
Schoharie, N. Y., 119. 
Scottsville, Kan., 89. 
Scranton, Pa., 116, 188 — 191. 
Scotland, Conn., 59, 116. 
Sebago, Me., 52. 
Seattle, Wash., 159, 201. 
Selma, Ala., 134. 
Sharon, Vt., 168. 
Sheffield, Vt., 44, 75, 76. 
Shelburne, N. H., 51, 95, 156, 

157, 216, 217. 
Shelby ville, 111., 106. 
Sheldon, 111., 255. 
Sherman, Me., 225. 
Sherburne, Mass., 250. 
Shreveport, La., 213. 
Skerbeck, Eng., 17, 20. 
Slyboro, N. Y. , 151. 
Smith Center, Kan., 22. 
Smyrna, N. Y., 81. 
Smyrna, Mich., 82. 
Somerset, Mass., 88. 
Somersworth, N. II., 96. 
Somerville, Mass., loi, 112, 

133, 176, 1.S8, 227, 236, 23S, 254. 
Southampton, Mass., 115. 
South Bend, Wash., 124. 
Southboro, Mass., 102. 
Southold, N. Y., 149. 
Southiugton, Conn,, 149, 150. 
Sioux City, la., 169. 
Spurta, Pa., 246. 
Spencer, Mass., 103. 
Spokane, Wash., 201. 
Spring Creek, Pa., 245. 
Springfield, N. H., 34. 
Springfield, Mass., 85, 122, 

15^. 187- 
Springfield, N. Y., 91, 92. 
Springfield, Mo., 182. 
Springville, N. Y., S3, 84, 

142, 143, 168. 
Stafford, Conn., 58, 190. 
St. Albans, Vt., 154. 
Standish, Me., 52. 
Stannard, Vt., 103. 
Stanstead, P. Q., 99, 152, 162. 
Stapleton, la., 198. 
St. Armand, P. Q., loi, 154, 

163, 214, 235. 
St. Catherines, Out., 123. 
Stephens Mills, N. Y., 159. 
Sterling, Mass., loS, 115, 161. 
Steulien, Me., 176, 177, 225. 
Stevens Point, Wis., 200. 
Stewardson, 111., 106. 
Stewartstown, N. H., 99. 
St. John, Mich., 255. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt., 75, 154, 

220. 
St. Joseph, Mich., 203. 
St. Joseph, Mo., 218. 
Stockbridge, N. Y., 241. 



Stockton, Me., 176. 
Stoddard, N. H., 55, 169. 
Stoneham, Mass., 94, 238. 
St. Louis, Mo., 95, 106, 134. 
St. Paris, O., 80. 
St. Paul, Minn., 90, 142, 162, 

179. 192, 255. 
Stowe, Vt., 248, 251. 
Summit, N. Y., 89. 
Sunapee, N. H., 232. 
Sunny Vale, Cal., 169. 
Sullivan, Me., 43, 44, 71, 133, 

134- 203. 
Superior, Mich., 87. 
Surry, Me., 43. 
Surry, N. H., 217. 
Sutton, P. Q., 163, 214, 221. 
Sutton, Vt., 75, 161, 220. 
Swampscott, Mass., 42, 6g, 

70, 77, 132, 133, 202. 
Swanton, Vt., 235. 
Swansea, Mass., 48, 49, 87, 

149. 
Sweden, Me., 107, 108. 
Syracuse, N. Y,, 178, 255. 
Tacoma, N. Y., 151. 
Tacoma, Wash., 156, 167, 180. 
Taunton, Mass., 256. 
Templeton, Mass., 232. 
Terre Haute, Ind., 255. 
Ticonderoga, N. Y., 152, 210, 

235- 
Thamesville, Ont., 84. 
The Dallas, Ore., no. 
Thompson, Pa., 60. 
Thornton, N. H., 94. 
Thornton, Vt., 154. 
Throop, N. Y., 247. 
Toledo, O., 219, 248, 255. 
Topeka, Ks., 255. 
Townsend, Mass., 67. 
Townsend, Mont., 201. 
Townshend, Vt. , 115. 
Treniont, Me., 253. 
Tremont, 111., 116. 
Trenton, Me., 43. 
Trenton, N. J., 91. 
Troy, N. H., 85, 254. 
Troy, N. Y., 86, 90, loi, 120, 

13S, 142,255. 
Troy, Pa., 141. 
Trout Creek, N. Y., 151. 
Truxton, Vt., 139. 
Truxton, N. Y., 47. 
Tully, N. \'., 123. 
Turners Falls, Mass., 170. 
Tyngsboro, Mass., 66, 67, 

128, 238. 
Union, Wis., 89, 90. 
Unity, N. H., 62. 
Urbana, 111., 80. 
Utica, N. Y., 126, 199. 
Van Wert, O., 238. 
Valcour, N. Y., 234. 
Vergennes, Vt., 142, 154, 235. 
Verona, N. J., 167. 
Vienna, N. Y., 114. 
Vienna, O., 219. 
Virginia City, Minn., 128. 

Waucedah, 200, 201. 

Waitsburg, Wash., 245. 
Waquoketa, la., 209. 
Walden, Vt., 103. 
Wales, N. Y., 55. 
Walpole, N. H., 97, 157, 159. 
Waltham, Mass., 161. 
Walton, N. Y., 246. 
Walworth, Wis., 143, 144, 205. 
Wamps\ille, N. Y., 241, 242, 

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Ware, Mass., 225. 
Warner, N. H., 211. 
Warren, N. H., 161. 
Warren\'ille. Conn., 191. 
Warsaw, N. Y., 83. 
Warwick, Mass., 32. 
Warwick, R. I., 252. 
Waseon, O., 87. 
Washington, Me., 171. 
Washington, N. H., 177, 225. 
Washington, D. C, 74, 95, 

134, 187, iSS, 230, 243. 
Waterford, Me., 184. 
Waterloo, N. Y., 165. 
Waterloo, P. Q., 215. 
Waterloo, Wis., 77. 
Watertown, N. Y., 128, 165. 
Water\-ille, Me., 177, 225. 
Watervliet N. Y., 142 
Waukeegan, 111., 128, 164. 
Waverlv, la., 129. 
Webbs Mills, N. Y., 89. 
Webster, Mass., 189. 
Weedsport, N. Y., 255. 
Wells, Me.. 96. 
Wells, Pa., 249. 
Wenham, Mass., 178. 
Westbrook, Me., 188. 
Westerleigh, N. Y , 145. 
Westerloo, N. Y., 85, 144 — 

148. 207, 208, 224. 
We.stervelt, O., 98. 
Wester^'ille, O., 159, 219. 
Westfield, Mass., 66, 117. 



Westfield, N. Y., 247. 
Westford, Conn., 190. 
Westford, N. Y., 83. 
West Haven, Vt., 209, 210. 
Westminster, Mass., 113. 
Westminster, Conn., 190. 
Westraont, P. Q., 215. 
West New Brighton, N.Y., 

141. 
Westport, N. Y., 83, 184, 210, 

235- 
Weybridge, Vt., 235. 
Wheelock, Vt., 75, 77, 103. 
Whitehall, N. Y., 142, 151, 

209, 234. 
Whitehall, 111., 81, 255. 
White River Junction, Vt., 

125- 

Wichita, Ks., 255. 
WilUmantic, Conn., 102, 187. 
Williamson, N. Y.. 251. 
Williamstown, Mass., 222. 
Wilna, N. Y., 164, 165. 
Wilton, N. H., 55, 167, 252, 254. 
Winchendon, Mass., 125. 
Winchester, N. H., 47. 
Winchester, Mass., 150. 
Windham, N. H., 249. 
Windham, Vt., 209. 
Windham, Conn., 25. 
Windham, Pa., 49, 89. 
Windom, Minn., 144. 
Windsor, N. H., 238. 



Windsor, Vt., 45, 125, 126, 164, 

169. 
Windsor, Wis., 220. 
Winooski, Vt., 159, 235, 236. 
Winnebago Citj', Minn., 179. 
Winsted, Conn., 116. 
Winthrop, Mass., 51. 
Wiscasset, Me., 180. 
Woburn, Mass., 67, 132. 
Wolcott, Vt., 216. 
Wolfboro, N. H., 114. 
Woodstock, Vt., 192. 
Woodstock, Conn., 58, 115, 

117. 
Woodville, Me., 216. 
Woonsocket, S. D., 90. 
Woodward, la., 202. 
Worcester, Mass., 108, 114, 

122, 178, 189, 190, 211, 254. 
Worcester, N. Y., 46. 
Wrentham, Mass., 97. 
Wright Street, N. Y., 144, 

206. 
Wyzata, Minn., 129. 
Xenia, O., 219. 
Yakima, Wash., 202. 
Yale, Mich., 209, 210, 218. 
Yarmouth, N. S., 136. 
Yarmouth, Me., 119. 
York, Me., 43. 
Ypsilanti, Mich., 83, 87. 
Yuma, Ariz., 203. 
Zanes\-ille, O., 74. 
Zion City, 111., 208. 



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