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SAMBORNE OR SANBORN 



ENGLAND AND AxMERICA. 



1194 " 1898. 



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■ -'■■: THE AMERICAN SAM'.ORN'S. 347 

1534 iii. Joseph Kniglit, born Nov. 4, 1800. 

1535 iv. Heman, b. Dec. 16, 1S03. 

V. Sarah, b. March 10, 1806; m. Samuel Glidden of Andover, N. H. " 
vi. Nancy Eastman, b. March i, iSoS; m.. Daniel Sanborn (1530). 
vii. Joshua, b. March 25. iSio; d. 1S15. 

1536 viii. Daniel, b. Oct. 22, 1812. 

1537 i.x. Je.sse D., b. Nov. 2, 1S14. i585828 
.\. Hannah, b. June 29, 1S17; d. 1822. 

xi. Lois, b. Aug. 22, 1820; d. 1822. 

789. Tristram (304) Sanborn, born in Canaan, N. H., about 17S6. 
Married Mary Jones, who died Dec. 15, 1S47. A farmer in Dorchester, 
N. H., where he lived and died. Died March 14, 1855. 

Children : 

i. Philura \V., b. Nov. 12. 1809; m. Nov. 7, 1830, John Sanborn (1475). 
ii. Joseph C, b. Dec. i, 181 1 ; lived unm. in Dorchester, N. H. 
iii. Nancy L., b. Nov. 4, 1813 ; m. Rufus Atwell of Manchester. 
iv. Abigail S., b. Feb. 3, iSiS; m. Samuel Wright of Dorchester. 
V. Jay C, b. April i, 1S22; d. unm. Aug. 15, 1842. 

vi. Betsey, b. .May i, 1824; m. Chas. Emerson of Lowell, Mass.; d. 1S44. 
vii. George P.. b. April i, 1832; m. Dec. 14, 185S, V'iann Sanborn (790-vi) ; lived 
in Dorchester, N. H. : 

790. Joshua Homer (304) Sanborn, born in Canaan, N. H., about 
1802. A farmer in Dorchester, N. H., where he lived and died. Married 
about 1827, Mary P., daughter of Joshua Sawyer, born June 10, 1S06, 
died July 7, 1S67. 

Children : . . 

i. Freeman K., b. Aug. 26, 1S28 ; d. 1S32. 
1539 ii. Greenough Daniel, b. Jan. 24, 1S30. 

iii. Mary Maria, b. March 28. 1832; m. Sept. 2, 1850. Palmer B. Woodward: d. 

Feb. II, 1858. 
iv. Joshua, b. and d. 1836. 
V. Alonzo Homer, b. Nov. 4, 1838. 
vi. Viann A., b. March 23, 1841 ; m. Dec. 14, 1S58, George P. Sanborn (7S9-vii) ; 

lives in Wolfeborough, N. H. 
vii. Elvira Jane, b. April 2, 1S43; ^- unm- July ^7' 1S63. 
viii. Emma E., b. Jan. 24, 1S47 ; d. unm. Aug. 2,0. 1868. 

791. Daniel (304) Sanborn, born in Canaan, N. H., Aug. 26, 1S04. 
A blacksmith in Concord, N. H., where he lived and died. Married Aug. 
26, 1833, Mary B. Sanborn (787-viii). 

Children : ■ . . . • . * 

i. Emeline, b. Dec. i, 1S33 ; d. 1834. 
1541 ii. Edwin, b. Feb. 24, 1835 ; m. Charlotte iiutters of Concord, N. H. 



348 SANBORX GENEALOGY. 

iii. Daniel F., b. June 9, 1S37: d. 1862, of clisal/ilities in service, Co. H, X. H. Inf. 
iv. Emeline F., b. Nov. 8, 1S43; d. 1844. 
V. Cliailes D., b. Feb. 3. 1846; d. 1S47. 
vi. Judith, b. Dec. 10, 1S48. 
vii. Laura, b. Dec. 10, 1S48 (twin to Juditii). 
viii. Ira Wallace, b. Sept. 27, 1853. 

794. JosiAii (306) Sanborn, born in Epping about 1785. Lived and 
died in Sanbornton. ^Married Mary F., daughter of Philip Hunt of San- 
bornton, June 14, iSoS. 

Child: 

i. Lucinda Hoyt, b. 1S08; m. and lives in Northfield, X. H. 

795. Tristram (306) Sanborn, born in Epping about 17S7. Married 
Feb. 4, 180S, Abigail, daughter of John Brown of Sanbornton. Lived in 
Franklin, N. H., where he died Nov. 7, 1809. 

Child : 

i. Warren, b. April 11, iSog; moved to Rives, Mich., a farmer there; rn. in 
Tompkins, Mich., May 24, 1838; Sarah E. Smith, b. Xov. i. 1813, in Alk- 
ham, Kent, England. Had (i) Abigail C, b. April 3, 1S39, ^- Alfred B. 
Rust; (ii) Hortense J., b. May 20, 1S40, m. Xelson R. Staines of BushnelJ, 
111., and d. Jan. 6, 1865 ; (iii) Charles E., b. Feb. 7, 1842. m. Henrietta 
Myer of Blackman, Mich., and had one child, Gertie B., b. 1873; (iv) Martha 
Ann, b. 1843, d. 1846. 

796. Jeremiah (306) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, March 4, 1793. 
Lived first in Sanbornton, then moved to Swanton, Vt., and last to Laconia, 
N. H. Married May r8, 1815, Mary, daughter of Dole Pearson of San- 
bornton, who died August, 1864; (2) September, 1866, r^Iary (Hull) Pit- 
man of Portsmouth, N. H. He died x\pril 27, 1S78. 

Children : 

1543 i. George Washington, b. Dec. 10, 1815. 

ii. Matilda, b. Oct. 20, 1S21 ; m. Asahel Brooks of Swanton, Vt., and Vineland, 
N. J.; d. Feb., 1S70. 

1544 iii. Lorenzo Dow, b. Tan. 7, 1825. < ' 
iv. Melissa, b. Aug. 15, 1828; d. unm. March. 1853. 

V. Alonzo yi., b. July 12, 1S32; moved to Wisconsin, and married. 

797. Dr. John Rundlett (306) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, >Liv 
24, 1795. A physician in Newmarket, N. H., 'M. D. of Dartmouth. 1S23. 
Married Nov. 7, 1826, Susan A. Emery of Canterbury, N. H., born Aug. 
2, 1800. A well-known man in his locality, served as justice of tiie peace 
for many years. Died May 7, 1S66. 



THE AMERICAN SANBOKNS. 349 

Children : 

i. Susan Augusta, b. Sept. 26, 1827; d. unni. in Newmarket. 

ii. Catherine Emery, b. Sept. 22, 1S37; ni. May 10, 1S58, Franklin I. Tuxbury of 
Lee, x\. H. 
1546 iii. Jolin William Badger, b. March 27. 1839. 
1347 iv. Warren Gilman, b. May i, 1S43. 

798. David (306) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, May 10. iSoo. 
Settled in New York: an iron founder there, but returned to Swanton. Vt., 
where he spent his last days. Married (i) 1828, Asenath Partridge ; (2) 
Blodgett. 

Children : 

i. Theresa, b. July 7, 1830: m. 1852 and moved to Lowell, Mass.: d. 1S53. 
ii. Amanda, b. April 18, 1S33 : m. and moved to Wisconsin, 
iii. Lureta. b. Jan. 4, 1S36: m. and moved to Wisconsin. 
iv. Unnamed child; b. and d. 1838. 

799. Oilman L.vngdon (306) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, July 10, 
1S06. A'stonecutter by trade ; moved to Rockport, Mass., where he lived 
and died-. Married Oct. 21, 1S30, Judith Story, born Feb. 25, 1812. Died 
Oct. 20, 1835. 

Children : 

1548 i. Hiram Langdon, b. March 30, 1S32. 

ii. Judith Ann, b. Feb. 16, 1S35 ; ni- Sept. 20, 1S55, James Addison Gnftin ot 
Pigeon Cove, Mass. 

800. Nathaniel Piper (307) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Jan. 4, 
1799. A farmer in Sanbornton, where he lived and died. Married July 3, 
1823, Abigail M., daughter of Daniel C. Burleigh of Sanbornton, born 
April 29, 1804, died May 22, 1S73. He died Oct. 5, 1S79. 

Children : 

1549 i. Daniel Alanson, b. Nov. 26, 1824. 

ii. David Rowe, b. Oct. 6, 1S31 ; d. 1833. 

801. Piper (307) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Aug. 23. 1810. A 
farmer in Sanbornton, where he lived and died. Married Nov. 17, 1S36, 
Hannah C, daughter of Col. Vincent >reserve, b. Aug. 28, 1S18. Died 
Nov. 22, 1S60. Was a clothier in Bristol and Sanbornton. 

Children : 

1550 i. Vincent Meserve, b. June 7, 1S3S. 

ii. Horace Piper, b. Oct. 27, 1839: enlisted in 5th N. H. Inf., Oct. iS&. : cued of 
typhus at Yorktown, V'a., in 1862. 



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35^ SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

iii. Augustus Deiiieritt, b. in Sanbornton, Oct. 7, 1843. At the outbreak of tlie 
Civil War, enlisted in ist X. H. Inf., for 3 mos. ; at the end of that period 
re-enl. in 5th N. H. Inf., and rose to the rank of captain: a machinist in 
Franklin, N. H., and New Haven, Conn. ; ni. Aug. 16, 1863, Xeliie A. 
Stevens of Frankh'n. X. H. : had one child, Jennie .Augusta, b. Dec. 23. 1S64. 
iv. Mary Ella, b. Feb. 3, 1S46; d. 1849. 
1551 V. Oliver P., b. Aug. 5, 1849. 

S02. Ebenezer (30S) Sanborn (?), born in Hampton, baptized there 
Nov. I, 1772. No further record. 

803. JosiAH (30S) Sanborn (r), born in Hampton, baptized there Nov. 
II, 1774.. Gloved to Parsonsfield, Me., but returned to Hampton. Married 
Jan, 6, 1797, Abi<^ail Wallace, born 1771, died Oct. 7, 1S53. He died 
April I, 1836. - , ■ 

Children : 

i. Sally, b. July 13, iSoo; d. unm. 1883. 
ii. Samuel, b. iSoi ; lived in Hampton; m. X'ancy (Lane) Shaw, dau. of Ward 

Lane of Hampton; had (i) Oliver, moved to Ipswich, Mass., m. and had 4 

children; (ii) HarrietX., b, 1821, d. unm. 1845; (iii) Mary, b. 1827, d. unm. 

1846. 
iii. Hannah, b. in Parsonsfield, 1S04; m. Eli Lamprey of Hampton, son of Daniel; 

d. 1884. 
vi. Mary, b. ; m. (i) Prescott; {2) Francis P. Blake of Hampton, son of 

Jasper. 
V. Josiah, b. 1S09; m. Mary Garland; had son Frederick, who served in the Civil 

War, and d. in .Maine. 

804. John (308) Sanborn (?), baptized in Hampton, July 23, 1780. 
No further record. 

805. James (30S) Sanborn (?), born in Hampton, baptized there Nov. 
9, 1783. A tanner by trade : moved to Parsonsfield, Maine. Married 
Sarah Norris of Limerick, Me., died 1834. 

Children : 

i. Lydia, b. ; d. unm. aged 20. 

ii. John H., b. ; m. and lived in Xewton, Mass., two children are said to be 

living, Rupert and Evelyn. 
1555 iii. James, b. Xov. 24, 1819. 

806. Simon (310) Sanborn, born in Epsom. N. H., July 21, 1782. 
An architect; lived and died in Springfield, Mass. Married (i) Susan 
Goddard of Boston, died April, 1S35 ; (2) J^'^n- i. 1S36, Martha Smith of 
Hatfield, Mass., born March 27, 1809, died Oct. 22, 1872. He died Oct. 
3. 1855. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 35^ 

Children : 

i. Susan, b. Feb. i8, .S36; m. (.) July 19. 1855, ^has. Hudson: (2) Nov. 21. _ 

1866, Ellis C. A. Bassett; d. Sept. 12, 1S79. 
ii. Martha, b. April 25, 1838 u unm. 
1556 iii. Simon, b. Dec. 4, 1839. ' . 

iv. James Byers. b. June 24, 1846; lives in Decatur, 111. 

807. EiJENEZER II. U^o) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. II. . Oct. lo, 
1785. Lived and died in Strafford, Vt. ^larried March lo. 1809. Su.san 
Perkins ot" Wheelock, Vt.^ He died June 7, 1823. 

Children : 

icc8 i. Georf'e Perkins, b. April 7. 1810. , t a- 

ii. Mary Ann, b. Oct. .0. iSi i : m. Laban Hoyt of Wheelock, Vt., and Jetlerson, 

Wis. , . 

iii. Rebecca, b. Dec. 3, 1S13: m. Adna Phillips of Strattord, \ t. 
iv. Susan, b.Mav I9> 1S16; m. Jefferson Houston. 

V. Ebenezer H.,'b. May 15, 1820: m. (i) Sept. 7, 1S45. Mary O. Carleton o Con- 
- ^ cord, N. H., d. Oct. 17, 1S48; (2) Aug. i, 1850, Mary E. Robinson ot bos- 

ton, Mass. ; lived in New Haven, Conn. 
vi. Sarah, b. March 24, 1823; m. Luther Robinson. 

808. Joseph Marden (310) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N.H., July 9. 
1789. A carpenter and builder ; lived in Springfield, Mass. Marnea (i ; 
Dec. 27, 1810, Clarissa Ladd, from ^vhom he was apparently divorced, and 
who died in Sharon, Vt., 1866; (2) Oct. i, 1823, Clarissa, daughter ot 
Seneca Coolev of Springfield, Mass., born May 9, 1799- die^ ^eb. S 18,9. 
Hedied Aug."26, 1862. Served as a drummer m -Col. Isaac Clarke^ 
regiment in the War of 18x2. 

Children: 

i. Susan, b. Dec. 25, iSii ; m. 1842, Wm R. Olds of Belchertown, Mass.. ana 

Lamoille, 111. 
1559 ii. Major Joseph, b. Nov. 17, 1814- 

iii. Frederick, b. July 2, 1823 ; unm.; a painter; d. April 9, 1S91 • 
-•. iv. Elizabeth A., b. June 27, 1825 ; m. Nov. 25, 1844. Amos Russell of Harttord. 
Ct. ; d. March, 1890. 
ic6o V. Simon, b. Jan. 31, 1828. ' . 

vi. Frank, b. Oct. 6, 1830; a livery stable keeper; d. April 2., iSoi. unm. 
vii. Fanny, b. Jan. 4, 1834: d. 1836. - 

viii. Sidney S., b. Nov. 11, 1836; a bookkeeper in Boston, Mass. : unm. . d. jan. 9. 

ix. Willfam Harrison, b. July 30, 1839; - dry goods merchant in Springfield, Mass. ; 
unm. ; living in 1897. 



352 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

809. Hon. William (310) Sanborn, born in Straflord, Vt., Feb. 10, 

1797. A prominent man in StrafTord, \'t., where he lived and died. Served 
six years in the Vermont legislature ; candidate for Speaker in 1840 : 
member ot" Constitutional Convention in 1S43, Director of the Vermont state 
prison for many years. Married June iS, 1821, Lucia, daughter of Joel 
Hatch of Strartbrd, born 1799, '^'^^ April 30, 1887. He died Nov. 10, 
1876. 

Children ; 

1 561 i. William Hatch, b. Fei). 18, 1822. 

ii. Harriet H., b. Nov. 16, 1823; d. unm. April 12, 1S42. 

iii. Mary P., b. Aug. 24, 1829; m. April 1852, Dr. David S. Conant of New York, 
a distinguished surgeon ; d. March 28, i860. 

810. Thomas Haskell (311) Sanborn, born about 1792. Married 
Lydia Clement. Lived and died in Tunbridge, Vt. He died Dec. 28, 
1858; his widow died in Conneaut, O., Sept. 4, 1842. 

Children ; 

i. Theophilus, I). June 24, 181 7. -, ' '■ 

ii. Thomas J etTerson, b. March 4, 1820. 
iii. Ira S., b. June 22, 1822. 
iv. Charles Franklin, b. July 11. 1S41. 

811. Simon (311) Sanborn, born about 1794- Lived in Tunbridge 
and So. Royalton, Vt. Married (i) Mary Comstock, who died May 29, 
1828; (2) Dec. 30, 1829, Sarah Chase, daughter of Jacob Cilley ot Tun- 
bridge, Vt., born Sept. 9, 1806, died Aug. 30, 1890. He died Dec. 1856. 

Children : • - ; 

i. Simon Chester, b. Jan. 3, 1S26; m. Louisa Smith; lived in So. Royalton, Vt. ; 

his son is Chester Sanborn of So. Royalton. 
ii. Israel Comstock, b. Jan. 3. 1828; d. unm. in California, 1S90-1. 
iii. Henry Chase, b. Jan. 13, 1831 ; d. young, 
iv. Helen Mary, b 1833: m. Geo. Beede of Hudson. Mass. 

1565 V. George Franklin, b. Dec. 13, 1S34. 

vi. Sarah Augusta, b. 1837; m. Nathaniel Sanborn of Lowell. Mass. 

vii. William Henry, b. July 6, 1839; l^'hed at Battle of Wilderness, 1S64; unm. 

viii. Anna Mehitable, b. 1841 ; d aged i6. . * 

1566 i.x. John Chase, b. Dec. 20, 1842. 

812. Theophilus (311) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., Dec. 25, 

1798. Lived first in Vermont; but early moved to Conneaut, O. Married 
(i) March S, 1821, Allethina Hatch of Chelsea, Vt., born Aug. 4, iSoo, 



THE AMERICAN" SANBORN'S. 353 

died Nov. 20, 1830; (2) Feb. 26, 1831, her sister, Lydia Hatch, born Dec. 
I, 1S04. He died Sept, 21, 1834. 

Children : 

i. Celia, b. Nov. 9, i82[ ; m. March 22, 1S40, Rev. Rufus Clark of Conneaut, O. 

ii. Sarah, b. Dec. ig, 1S23; d. March 13, 1S35. 

iii. Dr. Guilford Dudley, b. Oct. 22. 1S27; .M. D. Western Reserve College, Cleve- 
land, O., 1846; practised in Wisconsin and New York; founded the Ne-.v 
York Lung Institute, and was the inventor of a famous catarrh and consump- 
tion remedy; d. at Conneaut, O., Nov. 2, 1859; m. Dec. 22, 1857, Mrs. 
Hattie E. Dennison of Middlebury, \'t. 

iv. Lucy, b. Nov. 16, 1831 ; d. 1S40. 

V. Selva, b. Sept. 16, 1834; d. 1837. 

813. Ira (311) Sanborn, born Nov. 10, 1806. Lived and died in 
Strafford, Vt. Married (i) Polly Mclntyre ; (2) Sally Mclntyre. 

Child : 

i. Edmund M., b. Oct. 24, 1831 ; m. and had one child, Simon Chester, b. April 
10, 1857. 

814. Benvolio (312) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., July 10, 1797. 
A farmer and carpenter in Epsom, where he lived and died. Married 
Dec. 25, 1823, Anna, daughter of Jonathan Lane of Epsom, died May 29. 
1862. He died April 15, 1S63. 

Children : 

i. Samuel Wallace, b. Jan. 8, 1S26; m. in Ledyard, Conn., Jan. 23, i860, Eliza- 
beth S. Stoddard, b. March 12, 1822; a carpenter by trade ; still living; had 
(i) Wallace Lyman, b. in Tolland, Conn., June 25, 1865, unm., a telegraph 
;r operator in Anthony, R. L ; (ii) Izetta D., b. Sept. 4, 1861 ; unm. in Anthony, 

R. L 
■ ii. Charlotte ^L, b. Jan. 20, 182S ; d. unm. Jan. 1 1, 1857. 

iii. Susan P., b. Jan. 20, 1828 ( twin to Charlotte") ; d. 1S34. 
iv. Elizabeth M., b. April 15, 1830; d. 18SS. 
V. Joel L., b. Oct. 13, 1832 ; living in So. Boston. Mass. 
1568 vi. Edwin A., b. April 14, 1835. 

vii. Austin E., b. Feb. 3, 1837 : d. Jan. 1 1, 1873. 
viii. Clara ^L B., b. July 27, 1840; d. June 2, 1870. 
i.x. Moses, b. April 12, 1842; living in E. Northwood, N. H. 
'■ ■ X. Drusilla, b. June i, 1844; m. Whittier of Rochester. N. Y. 

815. John Jutau (313) Sanborn, born in Boston, Mass., March i, 
1797. Served in the War of 1812. Grad. Exeter 1S21. A tamous teacher 
in New England and the South. Principal of Sanbornton and Gilford 
academies, N. H., and Charlestown and Woodstock academies, Va. 

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354 SANBORX GENEALOGY. 

Received honorary degree of A. M. from Dartmouth, 1855. Married 
Aug., 1837, Laura Swasey, born Dec. 4, 1809. Died Dec. 4, 1867. 

Child : 

i. John Jay, b. Sept. 6, 1S40; living in Washington, D. C. 

816. Benjamin Franklin (313) Sanborn, born in Epsom, X. H., 
July 14, 1810. M. D. at Dartmouth, 1829. Moved early to Wheel- 
ing, Va., and was the pioneer in the oyster trade in the West. A man 
of fine personal appearance, and distinguished in his locality ; served in 
the city council of Wheeling. Married Nov. 17, 1840, Martha Annette, 
daughter of William W. Blanchard of Carlisle, Ky., who is now living with 
her daughters in Delaware, O. Benjamin Franklin Sanborn accumulated 
a large property and built a fine residence in Delaware, O., where he died 
Nov. 19, 1849. 

Children : 

i. Anna Maria, b. Oct. 28, 1841 ; m. Sept. 23, 1S62, Marshall B. Clason of Dela- 
ware, O. ; has been very kind in furnishing data of her family. 
ii. Amelia Jane, b. Aug. 29, 1843 » '■"• Velorus T. Hills of Delaware, O. 
iii. Benjamin Franklin, b. July 17, 1S45 ; d. unm. in Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 25, 
• - 1869. 

817. Dr. William Arnold (313) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., 
April 8, 1813. M. D., — a dentist by profession. Lived in Dorchester, 
Mass. Married (i) Dec. 31, 1839, Philena Murch of Ellsworth, Me., b. 
April 6, 1816 ; (2) Feb. 14, 1S47, Mrs. Maria (Cutts) Watson of So. Ber- 
wick, Me., died Nov. 19, 1847 ; (3) Sept. 29, 1849, Anna Elizabeth Shan- 
non of Providence, R. I., born July 11, 1820, died Dec. 15, 1896. He died 
in March, 1897. 

Children; ■ , ■ v- :,.„,, l, :,!.:■ 

i. Delia Emma, b. Aug. 23, 1843; d. 1879. 

ii. Arthur Hamilton, b. June 21, 1855, in Haverhill, Mass.; a civil engineer in 
Indianapolis and San Francisco; m. in Indianapolis, Aug. 12, 1S96, Julia 
Stanclift Stevens, b. Dec. 31, 1849. 
iii. Helen May Shannon, b. May 17, 1863, in Medford, Mass. ; living unm. in Dor- 
chester, Mass. ; has been very kind in furnishing data. 

818. Rev. Rufus Slocum (313) Sanborn, born in Epsom. N. H.. 
Dec. 9, 1818. A well-known clergyman and inventor. Never graduated 
at any college. Entered the ministry of the Universalist church in 1840, and 
received the right hand of fellowship June 17, 1841, in Claremont, N. H. 
Preached in New England several years, then moved to Sycamore, III. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 355 

Married Sept. 21, 1S41, limily Frye, daughter of Howard of Spring- 
field, N. H., born Aug. 2, 1822, still living in Tustin, Cal. Rev. Rufus 
Slocum Sanborn possessed great inventive genius, and was the inventor of 
safes ; he also had to do with the early discovery of celluloid ; in later years 
his mind became deranged and he died in the asylum at Elgin, 111., Aug. 
9' 1S77. 
Children : 

i. Susan Amanda, b. in Wethersfield, Vt., Sept. 7, 1842; m, John Faxon of Chi- 
cago, 111. ; both living in 1897. 

1571 ii. Albert Alonzo. b. in Barre, Vt., Oct. 12, 1845. 

1572 iii. Clarence Albro, b. July 15, 1S4S, in Barre, Vt. 

iv. Rufus Henry, b. Dec. 17, 1850; was engaged in the manufacture of celluloid 
goods in Chicago many years ; retired from business and now owns a fine 
property in Tustin, Cal. 
V. Frank Leroy, b. Feb. 5, 1854, in Xorthfield, Vt. ; d. 1859. 

819. Charles Jewett (313) Sanborx, born in Epsom, N. H., June 
5, 1829. Lived in Charlestown, ^Nlass. IMarried Sarah Clynes of St. 
Albans, Vt. No further record. . " . 

820. Deacon Frederick (314) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., 
Oct. 27, 1789. A farmer and lumber merchant in Epsom; a prominent 
man there. Served as deacon in the Congregational church there for many 
years. Married March 20, 1816, Lucy L., daughter of Rev. Benjamin 
Sargent of Pittsfield, N. H., born Mixy 12, 1793, died June 17, 1863. Rev. 
Benjamin Sargent was a Revolutionary soldier when but fifteen years of 
age. Deacon Frederick Sanborn died in Epsom, May 9, 1881. 

Children : 

i. Catherine Gray, b. Dec. 6, 1816; m. Rev. John Burden of Grafton, N. H.; d. 
Dec. 16, 1838. 

1575 ii. Henry Frederick, b. Feb. 26, 1819. 

iii. Martha E., b. June 9, 1823 ; m. April 28, 1845, Jo'^n G. Pearson of Concord, X. H. 
iv. Ann, b. April 30, 1S25 ; m. Henry D. Smith of Worcester, Mass. ; now living 
in Cambridge, Mass. 

1576 V. John Benjamin, b. Dec. 5, 1826. ■ > ■ 

821. Deacon James (314) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., Nov. 17, 
1791. D. H. S. says he lived at East Concord, N. H., and served many 
years as a deacon in the Congregational church ; also held the title ot cap- 
tain. Married (i) Dec. 29, 1S14, Abigail Pearsons, born March 4, i797« 

died Jan. 18, 1S32 ; (2) June 26, 1833, Nancy Towle, born , died May 

23, 1871. He died in Concord, N. H., Feb. 23, 1S70. 



356 SANDORX GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

, i. Unnamed son, b. and d. 1815. 

ii. Calvin, b. Nov. 9, 1816; m. Charlotte, dau. of Benjamin Hoyt of Barnstead ; d. 

in Barnstead, without issue. Aug. 10, 1875. 
iii. Sophia Ann, b. Sept. 30, 1818; d. iinm. Au^. i, 1856. 

1577 iv. James, b. March 2, 1821. 

1578 V. Charles Henry, b. July 6, 1823. 

vi. Mary Pearsons, b. May 17, 1S26; m. (i) Chas. A. Perkins of Chichester, N'.H., 
d. 184S; (2) Adoniram R. Seavey of Chelsea, Mass., d. 1895. She is still 
living in Chelsea. 

1579 vii. Lewis Durgin, b. Jan. 17, 1829. 

822. JosiAH (314) Sanborx, born in Epsom, N. H., May 3, 1800. 
Lived in Medford, Mass. jNIarried Harriet (Chesh') Bean, born May 18, 
1800. Livinc in 1861. 

Child: 

i. John F., b. March 29, 1827 ; m. Lydia R. Wentworth of Great Falls, N. H. 

822A. Levi (315) Sanborx, born in Epsom, X. H., Aug. 13, 1795. 
Lived first in Strafford, Vt., later moved to Janesville, Wis. Married Sept. 
I, 1817, Louisa Tolman of Greensborough, Vt., died at Thetford, Vt., 
Aug. 30, 1840; (2) May 11, 1S41, Sarah Wood of Thetford, Vt. 

Children: 

i. Elizabeth, b. Norwich, Vt., Oct. 4, 1818; m. March, 1850, Dr. William Dodge 

of Thetford, Vt. 
ii. Calvin Clark, b. in Norwich, Vt., Aug. 3, 1820; d. 1823. 

iii. Thomas Tolman, born April 23, 1823; m. Nancy Norton of So. Strafford. Vt., 
where he was living in 1S62. 
. ' iy. Josiah C, b. in Hardwick, \'t.. May 15, 1S30; m. Lomira O. Wood; moved to 
Harmony, Wis. ' ' 

V. Harriet, b. in Thetford, \'t., Aug. 18, 1842. ; •; « 

vi. Laura, b. in Thetford, Vt., July 31, 1844. 

823. William (315) S.\xborx, born in Lebanon, X. H., Xov. S. 1S16. 
A salesman of machinery for many years. Lived in X'ew York state, and 
later moved to Detroit, Mich., where he now lives. ^NL-irried October. 
1840, Elizabeth F. Bailey of Darien, N. Y., born Aug. 20, 1S20, still living. 

Children : 

i. Emma L., b. June 4, 1843 ; d. Sept. 6, 1843. 
ii. Frances E., b. Jan. 21, 1S46: m. Samuel P. Hayes of Detroit. 
1582 iii. Charles Edward, b. Sept. 28, 1847. 



THE AMERICAN SAXHORNS. 357 

824, Simon (315) Sanborn, born in Concord, X. H., 1824. A rail- 
road conductor on the N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Married March 15, 1849, 
Caroline M. Stott, born Sept. 26, 1829. He was killed in an accident at 
Friendship, N. V., Sept. 12, 1S60. 

Children : 

i. William Burtis, b. July iS, 1850; a painter in Rochester, N. Y. ; never m. 

ii. Frank P., b. June 22, 1S52 ; d. 1854. - 

iii. Leslie G., b. Oct. 2, 1S54; d. 1S62. 
iv. Frederick S., b. April 22, 1857 ; d. 1S61. 

V. Carrie E., b. Jan. 10, 1S60; living unm. in Rochester, N. Y. 

825. Solomon Hewes (316) Sa^'born, born in Norwich, Vt., Jan. 24, 
1802. Said by D. H. S. to have lived in Boston, Mass. 

829. Benjamin Towle (31S) Sanborn, born in Sandwich, N. H., 
July 5, 17S8. Said by D. H. S. to have married Huldah Sherman and 
lived in Boston, Mass. Served in the War of 1S12. My records seem to 
show that he was born in July, 1786, married Mary Parris, and died in 
Boston, Jan. 9, 1S60. 

Children : 

1584 i. Jeremiah Russell, b. Dec. 25, 1816. 
ii. Mary. 

iii. George Washington, b. in Boston, Jan. 9, 1833; a police officer in Boston: m. 
June 29, 1867, Isabel Swain of So. Boston, b. Jan. 5, 1839. Had (i) A. 

Gertrude H., b. May 4, 1S68, unm.; (ii) Edith I., b. Sept. 30, 1870, m. 

Green of Norfolk Downs, Mass. 

830. Nathaniel Ambrose (318) Sanborn, born in Sandwich, N. H., 
Nov. 23, 1790. No further record. 

831. David Ambrose (318) Sanborn, born in Sandwich, N. H., Feb. 
14, 1795. Lived and died in Somerville, Mass. A wealthy and promi- 
nent brick manufacturer. Married Sept. 30, 1821, Hannah Adams, 
daughter of John Stone of Somerville, born Jan. 18, 1794. 

Children : 

i. Mary A., b. July 23, 1822; m. Warren Leiand ; d. June. 1870. 
ii. Adaline Louisa, b. Jan. 11, 1824; d. unm. Nov. 16, 1S50. 
iii. Daniel Alford, b. June 30, 1S25 ; d. 1S26. 

1585 iv. Daniel Alford, b. April 5, 1827. 

1586 V. David Augustus, b. April 21, 182S. ; 

832. Robert (318) Sanborn, born in Moultonborough. Sept. 9, 1799- 
Married Martha A. Stone, sister of the wife of David A. Sanborn above. 
Lived in Somerville, Mass. 



358 • SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. George Augustus, b. April S, 1S24; several years postmaster in Somerville. 
ii. Albert Lyman, b. May i, 1826; m. H. M. Orcutt. 
iii. Martha Maria, b. Aug. 11, 1832. 
iv. Mary Jane, b. Dec. 8, 1840. 

833. Amos (31S) Sanborn, born in Moultonborough or Sandwich. 
N. H., Nov. 16, 1801. Married Lovina Wallace. Died at sea. 

Child : 

i. Lewis, b. ; lived in Sandwich, X. H. ; m. , and had one son, Dr. 

Wilber Fiske, b. 1850, Harvard Med., 1877. 

834. Solomon (318) Sanborn, born in Sandwich, N. H., May 6, 
1819. A mason in Roxbury, Mass. Married May 4, 1S45, Elizabeth 
Wright. 

835. John (318) Sanborn, born in Holderness, N. H., March 31, 
1823. Lived in Sandwich and Moultonborough, N. H. Married (i) Ann 
Clement; (2) Jane Bickford ; (3) Mary x\bigail Bean. 

836. Stephen (319) Sanborn, born in Moultonborough, N. H., July 
I, 1798. Lived and died in Moultonborough. ^Married Dec. 22, 1824, 
Sally, daughter of Nathaniel Brown of Moultonborough. 

Children : 

i. Charles Stillman ; b. Sept. 2, 1826; Co. H, 5th N. H. Inf. : wd. at Antietam : 
m. Sept. II, 1854, Nancy Libby, dau. of Jonathan Eaton of Sandwich, X. H. 
Had (i) Frank Henry; (2) Lilian Rosabelle. 
ii. Mary F., b. May 26, 1834. 
iii. Andrew W., b. Oct. 5, 1847. 

837. John (319) Sanborn, born in Moultonborough, N. H., Sept. 3, 
1804. Moved to Salem, Mass. Married Eliza (Moore) Wiggin. 

Children : " " • 

i. Sarah Kenney. 
ii. John Franklin. 
I iii. Mary Ann. 

iv. Kate Elizabeth. . ; ■ . . 

838. Daniel (320) Sanborn, born in Waterboro, Me., Aug. 5, 1795. 
A farmer in Waterboro, where he lived and died. Married Almira Blake 

i of Wakefield, N. H., born Oct. 29, 179S, died Oct. 25, 18S0. He died 
I Oct. 30, 1863. , . ,, ' - 



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THE AMERICAN SAM30RNS. 359 

Children : 

i. Miriam, b. Oct. 31, 1818 ; ni. Eean. 

ii. Sarah Knight, b. April 19, 1820. ■, 

! lii. Sewell D., b. 1821 ; d. 1828. 

iv. Stephen B., b. July 13, 1S23, Ross Corner, Me. 

V. Harriet Ann, b. Jan. 9, 1825 ; m. . ■ Hobbs of Ross Corner, Me. 

vi. Daniel, b. Jan. 19, 1827; m. Sept. 24, 1855, Sarah A. Gowell of Somersworth, 
N. H., b. April 29, 1S30: a stonecutter in Somersworth. Had (i) Charles 
F. ; (ii) Harley D. ; (iii) Nellie S. 

vii. Almira Blake, b. Jan. 16. 1829; m. Knights of Waterboro Center, Me. 

viii. Ira Blake, b. Nov. 5, 1830; living in Hingham, Mass. 
ix. Ellen M., b. Sept. 10, 1S32: d. unm. 

X. Henrietta Jane, b. Nov. 5, 1834; m. Andrews of So. Waterboro, Me. 

xi. Albert, b. June 16, 1S37; lives at Ross Corner, Me. 
xii. Otis F., b. 1840; d. unm. 1862. 

842. James F. (322) Sanborn, born July 21, 1811. Married 1834, 
Betsey Elliott, born Dec. 5, 1818. Lived in Webster, N. H. 

Children: ' 

i. Betsey Apphia, b. Feb. 11, 1841 ; d. 1848. 

ii. James Otis, b. Nov. 4, 1843 ■ Corp. Co. I, 4th N. H. Inf.; d. at Port Royal, 
1864. 

iii. Sarah Emily, b. Nov. 7, 1845 ! ""'• Herbert R. Fulton. 

iv. Lydia Dearborn, b. Nov. 7, 1845 (twin to Sarah E.) ; m. Chas. Blake. 

V. Elizabeth Ann, b. Aug. 4, 1847; m. Frank B. Leavitt. 

vi. John Elliott, b. March i, 1849; m. March 20, 1S78, Nellie Jackson. 
vii. Jeremiah Freeze, b. Feb. 20, 1852; m. Clara S. Lawrence. 
viii. Miriam Jeannette, b. April 3, 1854; m. E. C. Morse. 

ix. Joseph Amariah, b. April 11, 1856. ,. . .',,.■. 

843. Harvey (324) Sanborn, born about 1S25. Lives in Rochester, 
Minn. No further record. 

844. Warren F. (325) Sanborn, born in Attica, N. Y., Nov. 23, 1S31. 
In the insurance business in Attica. Married Jan. 20, 1859, Ellen ?*L Nor- 
ton, born Sept. 8, 1842, still living. 

Children : 

i. IraN., b. Nov. 2, i860; d. Sept. iS, 1872. .. • ,. 1 • . " 

ii. Warren, b. and d. 1864. 
iii. Elizabeth A. J., b. July 15, 1865 ; m. March 21, 1889, Johrt C. Miller of No. 

Tonawanda, N. Y. 
iv. Emily A., b. July 31, 1869; m. March 14, 18S9, Henry Clayton Hurlburt of 

No. Tonawanda, N. Y. ; d. May 12, 1892. 



360 SANBORN GENEALOGY, 

845. Henry Porter (325) Sandorn, born in Attica, N. Y., Jan. 24, 
1833. A farmer in Millville, N. Y. Married (i) Eliza A. Spink, born 
February, 1841, died Feb. 24, 1S65 ; (2) Jan. 21, 1869, Louisa A. Allen 
of Nunda, N. Y., born Aug. 16, 1S48. He and his wife are still living in 
Millville. 

Children : 

i. Tillie L.. b. June 3, 1S70. in Attica, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 27, 18S9, D. \V. Morgan. 
ii. Lillian A., b. Aug. 29, 1872 ; d. 1873. 

846. Rhodolphus H. (325) Sanborn, born in Attica, N. Y., May 22, 
1837. A milliner in Grand Rapids, Mich. Married Feb. 2, 1864, Lucre- 
tia L. Tyler of Eaton Rapids, Mich., born March 6, 1836. Still living in 
Grand Rapids. 

Children : 

i. R. M., b. Aug. 30, 1866; d. Dec. 5, 18S0. 
ii. C, b. and d. 1873. 
iii. Murdo, b. April 3, 1S74; d. 1S80. 

846A. James M. (325) SANBORN,'born in Attica, N. Y., March 23, 1850. 
An engineer in North Tonawanda, N. Y. jNIarried Dec. 2, 1S82, Frances 
J. Toms, born in Attica, Dec. 19, 1848. Living in North Tonawanda, 
N. Y., in 1897, without issue. 

847. George A. (325) Sanborn, born in Attica, N. Y., Nov. 20, 185 1. 
Lives in Buffalo, N. Y. President of the Gibraltar Wall Plaster Co. x\ 
prominent and able man ; has been very kind in furnishing data about his 
family, which has never before been traced to the parent line. ?vLarried 
Dec. 15, 1881, Emma C. Stillwell of Jamestown, N. Y., born June 4, 1847. 

Child : 

i. George A., b. at Jamestown, X. Y., April 16, 1S84. 

848. Rey. Walden (326) Sanborn, born in Gilmanton, N. H., July 
2, 1794. Lived in Warner, N. H. A minister of the Christian denomina- 
tion, also a botanic physician. Married Lucy Andrews of Windsor, N. H. 
A tanner in Sanbornton before he became a minister. Lived in Sanborn- 
ton sixteen years, in Windsor, N. H., sixteen years, then moved to War- 
ner, where he died April 13, 1S75. 

Child : 

Gilman Clifford, b. June 5, 1S20, in Sanbornton; ni. 1S46, Sarah N. P'oster of 
Keene, N. H., and d. April 16, 1855, without is.sue. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORN'S. 



361 



849. Abiatiiar (327) Sanborn, born April 22. 17S1. No record of 
his wife's name, nor wiiere lie lived. 

Children : 

i. Abigail, b. ; m. Noah Whitcomb of Xewburgh. Me. 

ii. Betsey, b. , m. Moses Ford of Jackson. Me. 

iii. Abiathar, b. ; lived in Bangor, Me. 

iv. Joseph, b. ; lived in Bangor, Me. 

V. Andrew J., b. ; moved to California. 

S50. Joseph (327) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, ^le.. May 2, 1783. 
Lived first in Prospect, Me., and later moved to Belfast, Me. Married 
Catherine, daughter of John Odom of Prospect, Me., born 17S3, died Nov. 
23, 1879. He died May 22, 1873. 

Children : 

1600 i. John, b. Sept. 10, 1806. 

1601 ii. George \V., b. Dec. 10, 1808. 

iii. Catherine, b. Jan. 9, 1812; m. Darius Mansur of .Monroe. Me. 
iv. Sarah, b. Sept. 17, 181 5 : m. Upham Treat of Prospect. Me. 

1602 V. Joseph, b. Feb. 13, 1819. 

vi. Archibald, b. Feb. 13, 1819; m. Elmira Bote; lived in Eastport. Me. Had (1) 
Alniira ; (ii) Emma. 

1603 vii. Horatio Bowers, b. Jan. 23, 1S21. 

851. John (327) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield. Me., about 17S5. 
Lived in Albion, Me. ^Larried Sarah Sargent. Died January, i860. 

Children : 

i. Robert, b. x\ov. 19, 1S19; m. Jan. 27, 1846, .Mary S. McClure of Searsport, 
Me. : lost at sea in 1847 ; no issue. 

1604 ii. John, b. Nov. 22, 1821 ; m. Nov. 28, 1844, Betsey .Mason, b. May 28. 1S26: 

lived in Monroe, Me. 
iii. George W., b. Jan. 4, 1S23; m. Dec. 10, 1847, Elizabeth F. Blithin of Swan- 
ville. Me., b. Oct 10. 1827: d. May 16. 1856. in Monroe, Me. Had (1) 
Nancy; (ii) Harriet. 
iv. Ezra T., b. May 24, 1825; lived in Calais, Me. 
v. Timothy M., b. May 11, 1827 ; Hved in Calais. Me. 
' " ■ vi. Sarah j'., b. Feb. 25, 1S30: m. July 7, 1853, Jacob Wiley. 

vii. Louisa, b. Feb. 19, 1S36; m. Oct. 3. 1S54, John Webber of Monroe. Me. 

852. Samuel S. (327) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., Nov. 9, 
1792. Lived and died in Etna, Me. Married Elizabeth Millett of Free- 
port, Me. 

Children : • . 

i. Cyrene, b. May 10, 1S15; d. unm. Aug. 14, 1S4S. 
ii. William R., b. Aug. 4. 181 7 ; d. May 4. 1849- 



362 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

iii. Alfred, b. Feb. 15, 1822. 

iv. Lydia, b. Aug. 17, 1825; m. James M. Pinkham of Monroe, Me. 

1606 V. Reuben, b. Dec. 16, 1S27. 

vi. Dexter, b. April 27, 1S29; m. May 27, 185S, Eliza Ann Sanborn (560-viii) ; 

lived in Etna, Me. 

vii. Mary, b. Nov. 6, 1830. 

viii. Hannah, b. Sept. 5, 1832; m. J. S. Brown of Etna, Me. 

ix. Janet, b. Oct. 29, 1S34: d. Sept. 24, 1S49. 

X. Lois, b. May 20, 1S36; d. May 4, 1S49. 

853. Isaac (327) Sanborn, born about 1800. Lived in Effingham, 
N. H. Married Mary Johnson, born 1810. 

Children : 

i. Henrietta, b. 1S41. ' ' 

ii. Clinton, b. 1S42. 
iii. Newton, b. 1847. ■ ■ ■.■■.■ t, 

854. William (328) Sanborn, born in New Hampton about 1786. 
Lived in Bristol, N. H. Married, but his wife's name is not known; they 
had one daughter. He afterwards separated from his family. He is said 
to have been a learned man, a schoolmaster many years. 

855. Levi (329) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, N. H., about 1788. 
A farmer in New Hampton, where he lived and died. Married Hannah, 
daughter ot' John Prescott ; she survived him and married (2) Kimball 
Gordon. 

Child: 

Levi, b. Jan. 14, 181 8. .■';,.'■ 

856. Joseph (329) Sanborn, born in New Hampton about 1790. No 
further record. 

857. Parker (329) Sanborn, born in New Hampton about 1798. No 
further record. 

858. Plumer (329) Sanborn, born in New Hampton about 1800. No 
further record. 

859. Asahel (329) Sanborn, born in New Hampton about 1802. 
Married Sarah Folsom or Favor. 

Child: ■ • ■ ■' ■'" - ■■ ■' -■ 

i. Amanda, b. June 23, 1842. 

860. William (330) Sanborn, born in New Hampton. Aug. 17, 1791. 
ived and died in New Hampton. iMarried Oct, 3, 1814, Mehitabel Rob- 
inson. D. H. S. says had four children. 



"■ THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 363 

861. Shepard J. (330) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, April 28, 
1800. A farmer in Littleton, N. II., where he lived and died. Married 
Mary Wright, born June 8, 1S02, died Dec. 8, 1S74. ^^ ^^^^ Sept. 12, 
1864. 

Children : 

1 61 5 i. Madison, b. Marcli 25, 1S25. 
ii. Emily, b. .May 4, 1S28. 
iii. Lovisa C, b. April 27, 1S30. 
iv. Eliza A., b. June 23, 1S39. 
V. Henry E., b. Sept. 25, 1840. 

All the above living at Pattenville, N. H., in 1897. 

862. Jacob B. (331) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, N. H., Feb. 
19, 1801. A farmer in Alexandria, X. H., where he lived and died. Mar- 
ried May 7, 1826, Emily Tyrrell, born October, 1804, died June 14, 1S77. 
He died Oct. 29, 1866. 

Children : 

f 

i. Benjamin Franklin, b. Oct. 11, 1S26; m. Joanna L. Dailey and lived in Bristol, 
N. H.; still there, 1897; had (i & ii) d. inf. (iii) Orin D., b. 1854; (iv) 
Geo. S., b. 1861 . 
ii. Warren, b. Aug. 12, 1828 ; m. Xancy A. Cass, and moved to Ottumwa, la., where 

he d. Nov., 1S94. 
iii. Mary J., b. Nov. 10, 1S31 ; d. unm. April 14. 1S59. 
1617 iv. Jonah Tyrrell, b. Jan. 25, 1S36. 

V. John, b. June 5, 1838; m. Eliza S. Tilton, b. Oct. 27, 1839; a farmer in .Alex- 
andria, N. H., living in 1897. 
'' vi. Sarah A., b. June 12, 1842; m. Nov., 1861, W. F. Simonds ; d. Dec, 1892. 

863. Ebenezer C. (331) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, Aug. 19. 
1804. Lived in Alexandria, N. H. Married Aug. 4, 1835, Ruth Con- 
verse. 

Children : ' - 

i. Sarah Ann, b. 1836. .. , .... 

ii. Nathaniel, b. 1840. ,. ... 

864. John M. (331) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, April 2, 1S13. 
A farmer in East Andover, N. H., where he lived and died. Married 
Abigail C. Cilley of East Andover, N. H., born May 9, 1S18. 

Children : - 

i. Calvin, b. Oct. 29, 1839; Orderly Sergeant i6th N. H. Inf. ; d. in New Orlean.=:, 

Sept. 2, 1863. 
ii. William Henry, b. Sept. i, 1841 ; d. 1843. 



364 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

iii. Rosetta Ann, 1). June 5, 1843; d 1S46. 

iv. John Henry, b. June 15, 1846; served in loth X. H. Inf. ; d. Aug., 1895. 

V. Rosetta Marietta, b. Marcli9, 1S4S: d. 1849. 

vi. Clara Amanda, b. March 6, 1850. 

vii. Mayhew Clark, b. Nov. 17, 1S51 ; d. Feb. 15, 1SS2. 

viii. Smith Daniel, b. July 22, 1854. 

ix. Warren Arthur, b. May 31, 1S60. I 

865. Calvin D. (331) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, Sept. 30, 
1814. Lived in Alexandria, N. H. Married (i) Juh' 15, 1S38, Maria 
Flint, died June 15, 1856; (2) March 3, i860, Mrs. Octavia F. Pattee. 

Children : 

i. Mary E., b. Sept. 15, 1841 ; m. May 31, 1863, Calvin Brown of Ale.xandria. 
ii. George F., b. Oct. 7, 1844. 
iii. Julia M., b. April 14, 1847. 

866. Daniel (331) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, April 20, 181S. 
A farmer in Orange, N. H., where he is still living (1897). ^vlarried (i) 
June 20, 1S43, Fanny Chase, died April 9, 1852 ; (2) Dec. 28, 1852, Mar}* 
A. Tenney. 

Children: ' ' 

i. Henry \V., b. Oct. i, 1S44. • • 

ii. Asa R., b. Jan. 15, 1849. • ■. 

iii. Fanny F.. b. June, 1S58. 
iv. Irvin H., b. May 7, 1862. • 

867. Smith (331) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, April 20, 181S. 
A farmer in Alexandria, N. H. Married March 18, 1845. Alvira Chase. 
Died some vears ago, but his widow is still livincr jn Alexandria. 

Child; 

i. Laura B., b. Dec. 26, 1846. 

868. Eliphalet (332) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, Aug. 25, 
1804. A farmer in New Hampton, where he lived and died. Married 
Lydia Robinson. 

Child: 

i. Adaline, b. Feb. 20, 1832; m. Rufus E. Prescott of Sanbornton, son of Rufus. 

869. William Chase (332) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, Nov. 
10, 1807. Lived in New Hampton and Laconia, N. H. ; a carpenter by 
trade. Married Mary Smith, died April i. 1S71. 



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THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 365 

Children : ; 

i. Sarah Ann, b. Sept. 2. 183S. 

ii. Frank D., b. Dec. 26. 1S39; owns a sawmill in New Maniplon : married 1S71, 
Martha Pike, b. July 30, 1S50; had (i) Ida L.. b. Sept. 12, 1S73. m. 1S94, 
Herman Johnson; (ii) E\a R.. b. 1S77, unni. 
ill. John Y., b. Nov. 6. 1842. 

870. Moses (332) Samjorx. born in New Hampton, Oct. 29, 1S17. 
Lived and died in New Hampton ; served many }'ears as selectman there. 
Married Sarah Jane Kelley of New Hampton. 

Children : 

1. Augustus L.. b. June 6, 1841. 

ii. Edwin E., b. Sept. 23. 1S42. 

iii. Ann M., b. Aug. 3, 1844. 

iv. George E., b. May 11, 1846; Co. G., ist Heavy Artillery in Civil War. 

V. Charles Wesley, b. March 15, 1850. 

vi. Herman L., b. Dec. 14, 1S54. 

vii. Frederick Clifton, b. Oct. 9, 1S57. 

viii. Oscar R., b. Feb. 10, i860. 

871. John (333) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., x\pril 6, 1797. A 
cooper and shoemaker by trade. Lived first in Baldwin, then moved to 
Sebago, Me. Married Nov. 16, 1S33, Mehitabel Sanborn (334-i.\) ; 
died Jan. 8, 1S84. He died Nov. 12, 184S. 

Children : 

i. James, b. Jan. 23, 1S35 ; m and lived for a time at home, but in i86i disap- 
peared and has never since been heard from, 

ii. Lucinda L., b. April 24, 1S36; m. Aaron Grace of No. Baldwin, .Me. 

iii. Betsey, b. and d. 1S37. 

iv. Sarah L., b. Jan. 19, 1839: d. 1840. ' • 

V. Rachel, b. and d. 1840. > ■: '1 • , . 

1630 vi. David O., b. Dec. 7, 1841. 

872. Lewis (333) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Nov. 15, iSoo. 
Lived and died in Standish, Me. Married 1823, Hannah Garv : died 
March, 1826. 

Child: ... :, -,. : 

i. James M., b. ; a painter; living at Hampden Corner, .Me.: m. Susan A. 

Harding. 

873. Stephen (333) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Nov. 15. 1S03. 
A stonemason; moved to Rhode Island; married Aranda Colvin, born 



366 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

July 27, 1818, died Oct. 19, 18S9. He died Nov. 28, 1S57, at Slatersville, 
R. I. 

Children : 

1632 i. Lewis C, b. Oct. 4, 1839. 

ii. John S., b. Aug. 23, 1841. 

iii. Jane E., b. Aug. 8, 1843; d. unni. 1S41. 

iv. Stephen H., b. July 13, 1845 ; living in Woonsocket, R. I. 

V. Sophronia L., b. March 23, 1847; d. 1S55. 

vi. Patience A., b. May 29, 1849. 

vii. Harriet E., b. June 25, 1S52; d. 1853. 
viii. Isabel P., b. Aug. 13, 1S55 ; m. Corbett of Cascoag, R. I. 

ix. Sarah A., b. Sept. 28, 1857; m. - — - Wheeler of Harrisville. 

874. Daniel S. (334) S.\nborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Feb. 15, 1795. 
Afarmer in Baldwin, where he lived and died. ^Married July 26, 1822, 
Abigail, daughter ot' Noah Rowe. Died Oct. 12, 1855. She died in Cor- 
nish, Me., Dec. 1868. 

Children : 

i. Albion P., b. Jan. 6, 1824: m. Nov. 25, 1845, Olive Thorn; had (i) Abba S., 
b. Oct. 20, 1846; (ii) Mary M., b. June 22, 1S54; (iii) Lueila E., b. Sept. 
II, 1856. 
1634 ii. Simeon, b. Dec. 17, 1826. 

iii. Mary, b. July 15, 1828; m. May 26, 1846, Bartholomew Thorn, 
iv. Lyman, b. Dec. 17, 1830; d. Jan. 27, 1848. 
V. Sybil, b. June 27, 1832 ; d. young. 

vi. Marantha, b. July i, 1834; m. Reuben Sanborn (877-iv). 
vii. Daniel, b. Dec. 24, 1S36; d. young. 
viii. Abbie J., b. Feb. 12, 1840. 
ix. Charlotte A., b. July 12, 1843. 

875. John Burdick (334) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., March 31, 
1804. A farmer in Baldwin, where he lived and died. Married Aug. 15, 

1834, Rebecca, daughter ot' Wright Graftam, born ; died 18S2. He 

died March, 1865. 

Child: 

i. John Francis, b. Aug. 13, 1835 ; m. Alvina A. Rowe, b. Nov. 7, 1845 • ^^^^ 
*, Edgar, b. Aug. 13, 1S67, a laborer in Conway Center, N. H., whom. KateM. 

Johnson and has one son, Edgar Leslie, b. Sept. 2, 1S95. 

876. David (335) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., April 15. 1798. 
A blacksmith in Sebago and Naples, Me. Married July 26, 1S21, Louisa 

Graffam of Baldwin, born Sept. 10. 1797, died . He died Aug. 2, 

1854. 



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THE AMERICAN SANLIORNS. 367 

Children : 

i. Nancy C, b. /^\pril 24, 1S22; m. (i) Hezekiah U. Lewis; (2) Sept. 18, 1S53, 
' ' • Nathaniel Barker of Naples, Me.; d. 1S57. 

ii. Marshall, b. April 4, 1S24; ni. Oct. 16. 1S52, Hester A. Piarton. 
iii. Warren, b. May 4, 1S26: m. Nov. 6, 1852, Eliza A. Moulton. 
iv. Harriet, b. Nov. 11, 1828; d. unm. 1854. 
V. David, b. June 3, 1831 ; d. 1832. 

vi. Mary Jane, b. July, 1833; '"■ Sept. 3, 1S53, Geo. H. Leavitt. 
vii. David, b. April 24, 1836; unm. living in Gorham, X. H. 
viii. Sarah M., b. June 30, 1S3S ; m. Nov. 24, 1856, Geo. H. Chapin of Naples, Me. 

877. Abner (335) Saxhorn, born in Baldwin, Me., June 2. iSoo. 
Lived first in Baldwin, ^Nfe., but later moved to Cornish, Me. Married ( i ) 
Jan. 4, 1820, Martha, daughter of Joseph Thorn of Baldwin, born Feb. 20, 
1798, died Aug. 30, 1847 : (2) Jan. 16, 1849, Abigail J. Guptill of Cornish, 
born Aug. 8, 1815. He died in 1888. 

Children : 

i. Catherine, b. May 22, 1820; d. unm. at Saco, Me., June 23, 1840. 
1637 ii. Ephraim, b. July 2, 1822. 

iii. Clara, b. Jan. 29, 1824; m. Jan. 2, 1S45, Joseph A. Bailey of Saco, Me. 
iv. Reuben, b. Nov. 16, 1826; m. (i) 1849, Mary E. Smith of Kennebunkport. 
.. Me., b. July 10, 1830, d. May 28, 1S51 ; (2) Aug. 9, 1S52, Marantha Sanborn 
(874-vi) ; lived in Baldwin, Me. 
V. Jesse Butterfield, b. Feb. 2, 1830; lives in Parsonsfield, Me. 

vi, Isabel Butterfield, b. Jan. 27, 1S32; m. 1856, Heber Wilkins of Lowell, Mass. ; 
moved to Hastings, Minn. 
■^ ' vii. Royal, b. April 28, 1833 ; living in Baldwin, Me. 

■ ..' viii. Martha Ann, b. Feb. 22, 1835; m. June 2, 1854, Allen E. Rich of Hastings, 

; : Minn. 

ix. Nathan, b. July 27, 1836, living in Baldwin, Me. 
' X. Abner Russell, b. Aug. 2, 1838 ; went to sea; living in Cornish, Me. 

xi. Caroline Dyer, b. Dec. 30, 1S43 ; m. Potter of Boston. 

xii, Daniel Wilson, b. May 22, 1S50. 

xiii. Catherine, b. Nov. 5, 185 1 ; d. 1852. ' ■ ' ' ; ' ' 

xiv. Albert Bailey, b. Aug. 2, 1853. 

878. Daniel (335) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Jan. 3, 1802. 
Lived in Denmark, Me. Married Mrs. Sarah (Morrill) Twombly of Bald- 
win. 

Children : 

i. Sylvia, b. ; m. Wilson of Denmark, Me. 

ii. Amos, b. ; lived in Denmark, Me. 

iii. Sjlvester, b. 



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SANBORN GENEALOGY. 



879. MosKs L. (335) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Oct, 31, 1S04. 
Lived in Baldwin and Cornish, Me. Married (i) Sept. 11, 1S30, Hannah 
Thompson of Standish, Me., born Jan. 7, 181 1, died Sept. 14, 1840; (2) 
Oct. 15, 1843, Thirsa A. Bicklbrd of ]3artlett, N. H., born Nov. 9, 1822, 
died Sept. i, 1853, at Standish, Me. lie died April 6, 1S56. 

Children : 

i. Mary Ann, b. June 11. 1S31 ; m. Cliarles Adams of Westbrook, .Me. : d. 1S53. 

ii. John Melvin. b. July i, 1833; d. unm. Dec. 29, 1856. 

iii. Frank, b. ; d. 1S50. - " 

iv. Adelaide, b. April, 1853. 

880. Amos (sSS) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Nov. 20, 1812. A 
farmer in Naples, Me., where he lived and died. Married March 3, 1834, 
Mary J. GratTam of Baldwin, Me. Died Oct. i, 1S67. 

Children : 

i. Helen M., b. July, 1836: m. July 1856, Geo. \V. Ratclili" of Windham, .Me. 
ii. Ralph H., b. Aug., 183S; m. i860, Miriam Harnden of Chatham, N. H. 
iii. Edgar, b. 1840; d. 1852. 

iv. Nancy A., b. 1841 ; m. Judah D. Harnden of Chatham, N. H. 
1641 V. Benjamin Franklin, b. Feb. 6, 1843. 
vi. William M., b. 1847. 

vii. Clarence £., b. 1849. ' ^ 

viii. Mary E., b. 1851. . 

ix. Edgar, b. 1853. 

881. JosiAH F. (336} Sanborn, born in West Baldwin, Me., July 7, 
1801. A farmer in West Baldwin, where he lived and died. Married 
(i) March 2, 1826, Lydia Batchelder, born Oct. 19, 1S06, died Oct. 24. 
1842 ; (2) Sylvia B., daughter of William Hatch. He died July 17, 1872. 

Children : 

i ' , i. Julia, b. Dec. 24, 1826; d. 1830. 

ii. Elizabeth B., b. Oct. 24, 1829; m. Aug. 30, 1851, Jacobs of Wellington, 

III. 

iii. Julia, b. June 15, 1832 : m. Marr of W. Baldwin, Me. 

1645 iv. Josiah G., b. Feb. 2, 1835. 

V. William Henry Hatch, b. .Aug. 8, 1S44: d. 1846. 

vi. Freeman Hatch, b. .March 31, 1846; for some years an engineer in Dedham, 
Mass. ; now State Boiler Inspector for Hampshire and Hampden Counties at 
Springfield, Mass.; m. June 5, 1S73, -"^largaret Prince Rockwell, b. Dec. 14, 
1845; has one dau., Winifred Shirley, b. Feb. 26, 1876; living unm. with 
her parents. 
1647 vii. William Henry, b. Nov. 30, 1847. 

viii. Anna Sybil, b. Feb. 24, 185 i ; d. unm. Nov. 19. 18S3. 



THE AMERICAN SANBOKXS. 369 

882. Luther T. (336) Sanror.x, born in West Baldwin. Mc, Marcli 
31, 1S15. A farmt-r in Wtst Baldwin, where he lived and died. Married 
Oct., 1S36. Delilah McCorison, died Feb. 6, 1S69. He died Dec. 19, 1884. 

Children : 

1648 i. James M., b. Aug. ii, 1837. 
ii. Abigail, b. 1S39; d. 1S48. 

iii. Delphina, b. Aug., 1S43: 111. (i) Isaac R. Wiggin, d. 18S1 ; (2) Chas. Weed, 
iv. Emmeline G., b. Oct., 1848; m. Edward T. Wendling of IJrownfield. Me. 

8S3. jA^rE.s (337) Sani50RX, born in Baldwin, Me., about 1798. D. 
Ii. S. says he lived in Baldwin : no further record. 

884. Levi (33S) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me.. Oct. 8, 1815. A 
grammar-school teacher in Lowell, Mass. Married Eliza Vance of Dan- 
ville, Vt. 

885. Lot D. (338) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., June 16, 1S17. 
A farmer in Limington, Me., where he lived and died. ^NLarried July 23, 
1843, Zeruiah Robbins of ^Nlilan, N. H., born June 15, 1821. 

Children : , " - 

i. Nelson, b. in Wakefield, N. H., May 17, 1S44. 
ii. Wesley, b. in Limington, Me.. June 3, 1848. 
iii. Richard S., b. in Limington, Me., Dec. 2, 1850. 

886. Job Pratt (338) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Sept. 21, 
1821. D. H. S. says he lived in Baldwin ; no further record. 

895. GusTAvus ^IiETOX (347) Sanborn, born in Deerfield, N. H., 
Nov. 8, 1815. In the insurance business in Manchester, N. H. Married 
March 6, 1839, Susan Harvey Bean of Candia. N. H., born April 24, 

1817, died Jan. 10, 1S75. ^^^ '^'^'^^ J"i^e 10, 1889. 

Children : . , - 

i. Susan E., b. July 28, 1840. 

ii. Augusta S., b. Sept. 17, 1S43; m. Sept. 14, 1869. Ira Cross of Nashua, N. H. 
iii. Gustavus Dudley, b. May 4, 1830; d. April 23. 1S67. 

iv. Frederick Curtis, b. Sept. 18, 1S53: in the insurance business in Boston. Mass.; 
■ m. Oct. iS, 1876, .^^ary Farley Sanborn (521-v) of Manchester, N. H. Had 
," - ■ (i) Robert Alden, b. Nov. 3, 1877: (ii) Bertha Elizabeth, b. .March iS, 1S79, 
d. iSSo: (iii) Hilda Winslow, b. April 11, 18S6. 

896. William B. (347) Saxborx, born in Deerfield, X. H., June 28. 

1818. A farmer and shoemaker in Deerfield. Married Dec. 20, 1S41. 

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370 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Jane Farson of Bradford, X. II., born Dec. 20, 1820, died March 7, 1858. 
He died Nov. 14, 1872. 

Cliildren : 

i. Levi C, b. Sept. 11. 1S43. ' . - 

ii. William Francis, b. June 11, 1844. 
iii. George Henry, b. Dec. 14, 1S46. 

iv. Samuel F , b. Feb. 24. 1S49; a shoemaker in Lynn, ."\Lnss. ; m 1S73, Fannie 
C. Robinson of Deei field, b. 1S53. d. Jan. 7, 1S95. Had (i) William, b. 
Julv 24, 1876, living in Haverhill, Mass. 
V. John H., b. Feb. 27, 185 i ; living in Ikverly, .Mass. 
vi. .\Lirtlia A., b. Sept. 11, 1S55. 

897. Benjamin James (347) Sanborn, born in Deertield, X. II., Oct. 
8, 1823. A merchant and farmer in Deerfield, living on the old home- 
stead, on tiic farm first cleared by Sanborns in Deerfield. Married April 
5, 1849, Martha ]M. Tasker of Xorthwood, X. H., born Sept. 20, 1827, 
died Aug. 3, 18SS. 

Children : 

i. Benjamin Edwin, b. .\Lirch 23. 1856; a merchant in Deerfield. owns a creamery 
there; m. May 26, 1S60, Alice Jane Johnson of Deerfield, b. June 21, 1S56: 
both living. Have one son, Benjamin Eugene, b. Oct. 2, 1885. 

ii. Emma E., b. March 23, 1856; d. May 26, 18S0. 

iii. Albert F., b. Dec. 14, 1S61 : d. Nov. 29, 1S91. 

898. Peter Hale (347) Sanborn, born in Deerfield, X". H., Feb. 14, 
1826. A farmer in Deerfield, P. O. Leavitl's Hill, N. H. Married May 

17, 1854, Cynthia J. Tasker of Xorthwood, X. ^^•' ^°^"" ' ^'^^^ ^^'^-' 

23> 1877- 

Children : 

i. Augustus L, b. Nov. 10. 1855 : a dealer in hay and grain in Chicago, 111. : m. 

Oct. 2, 1S95. Jennie Irwin of Lafayette, X. Y., b. April 8, 1S70; no children. 

ii. Warren F., b. Nov. 29. 1862; m. Dec. 12, 1883. Rosa Anna Hisco.x of Lowell, 

Mass. ; living in Lowell, a laundryman. Have (i) Edith Tasker. b. March 22, 

1 886; (ii) Bertha Lydia, b. Oct. 16, 1SS8. 

900. David (349) Sanborn, born in Vermont, April 24, iSoo. A t"ar- 
mer in Vermont; moved West, settled in Wisconsin, and died in Rocklord, 
111., Xov. I, 18S1. Married Rachel Waldo Leavitt Cummings, born 
November, 1S09, died Oct. 15, 1S87. 

Children : 

i. John Cummings. b. June 7, 1832; living in Brownstown. Minn.- 
ii. Fernandez, b. 1834; m. Midgley: living in Janesville, Wis. 



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THE AMERICAN SAM'.ORXS 
iii- Jonathan Pars<,n, b. 1836: livin;. in Kurope 
'" Rev^D "d o' '■ ''t'^ '"■ ''"■'' ''^P'^^"^"" of Rochester. Minn. 

W,s.. b.Jui> 19, ,S4o. Had (i) Ada Gertrude, b. Feb. 15 ,S6^ m 
Carpenter of Beloit. Wis. ; (ii) Lois Sears, b. Au.. 34 ,866 n x7r 

k.ns of Green Bay, Wis. ; (iii) Hern.on A., b. Au . r'' 1870 ,5!^". 
ton, Wis.; (iv) Frances W.,b 187^ d iS" K -^F . -^ ^ ^^^'''■ 

fulv iQ 1S7- T^ -1^ c , ^^' ^^ Frances Whmlesev. b. 

ValuorU ount. Wi '''^"■^°"\^"''^^^^ '" ^^- ^Var of the Rebellion 'frcn. 

char,eX:^8.^8t7^o.^L: -rL:^':;^ '--'' '- 

trustee. Received exhorter's license in ,871. and was given local pre4her-s 
- -c nse and preac ed as a supply under the Presidin, Elder until tl^H o 

^S73. Oned the W.sconsin Conference at Whitewater, October ,87 
B shop Mernll presiding. Was ordained deacon at Racine October 8- s' 
Bishop Wiley. Ordained Elder in Waupun. rSyj bv Bi hi I^k ' H " ' 
-ry under the blessing of God. has Len a'luccL^t 'st. tihen ^r; 

and repairing churches and parsonages, paying for the same in everv case ha^ 
ing never left a field of labor in debt ' 

vi. Orville Taylor, b. Mar. 36, 1S43 : livin,^ in Traer la 

' vlii" ^r^^JT"": '• '''' ' "■ ^- ^- ^°"^'--^ °f Milwaukee, Wis. 
Viu. Mary E., b. 1849 : m Chas. F. Call of Rockford. Ill 

IX. Rachel O, b. 1854 ; m. Thos. E. DeForest of Beluit, Wis. 

wCnsilr AHr ^- ^/prr' n "" '^ ''"■"""^' ''^''' ^' ' ^«°4- Moved to 
vvjbLonsin. Married Phebe Dantorth. 

Children : 

i- John ; living in Missouri. 

11. Orrin; living in .Missouri. 

iii. Louisa; ni Castle of Watertown, S D 

IV. Laura; m Hulce of Richmond, Wis. 

A TJ' ^''T"" ^^''°^ Saxborx, born in DeerHeld, X. H., Feb 4 i'-q6 
A farmer ,n Pembroke, N. H. Married Sallv Haves of Alle. town X 11 
born May 29, 1S05, died Oct. 14, r8S6. He'died July 9, 1855 
Children : 

i- William, d. young. 
1655 ii. John, b. in Deerneld, Xov. 22, 1S27. 

m. Frank, b ; living in .Manchester. \. H ' " 

'V. John Lyford, b. -.-; living in .NLmchester. X. H. " ' 



372 SANBORN GENKALOGY. 

906. John Wendell (351) Sandorn, born in Deerfield, X. H., July 
12, 181 2. A farmer in Deerfield, where he lived and died. Married May 
23, 1850, Lydia A. Hoague of Manchester, born Aug. 19, 1824. He died 
Oct. 17, 1S67. 

Children : 

i. Ariana E., b. Nov. 11. 1853; d. unni. May 25, 1871. 

ii. John N., b. July 14, 1S55 : living in Manchester, X. H. 
Hi. Emma S., b. .March i, 1S59: d. Nov. S. 1S85. 
iv. Fannie L., b. Aug. 23, 1S61 : living in .Manchester, X. H 

V. Clara O., b. June 10. 1S63; d. unm. Feb. 14, 1SS2. 

907. Qj_-iNTUS Columbus (351) Sanborn, born in Deertleld. June 29, 
1824. Early moved to Wisconsin : now a tarmer in Pardeeville, Wis. 
Married Oct. 17, 1858, Abby R. (^Merrill) Elliott, daughter of John Merrill 
and widow of Luther J. Elliott of Dorchester, X. H. 

Children : 

i. Ira B., b. Aug. 4, 1S59; a farmer in Pardeeville; m. .March ir, 1SS3, .Minnie 
.Amanda Price, b. in Jasper, .\. Y., March 3, 1S66. Have had (i) Grace lone, 
b. Sept. 9, 1S84; (ii; Glen Elmer, b. .March ii, 1SS6; (iii) Ina .Maud, b. Sept. 
9, 1SS7; (iv) Florence Irene, b. Feb. 15, 18S9; (v) Vernie Viola, b. June 3, 
1890; (vi) Dean Ira, b. .March 3. 1892; (vii) Lois Iza, b. Nov. 15, 1S94; (viii) 
.Merle Leah, b. Feb. 23, 1S96; (i.x) Abbie R., b. Nov. 12. 1S97. 

ii. Ouintus \V., b. Oct. 20, 1S64, living unm. in Pardeeville; a traveling salesman; 
has furnished data for his branch. 

iii. John .M., b. .May 10. 1S67; a farmer in .Montello, Wis.; m. Jan. 27, 18S7, Emma 
L. Smith, b. June 18, 186S. Have had (i) Lulu J., b. June i, 188S; (ii) Albert 
R., b. Jan. 25, 1S93; (iii) Henry A., b. June 29, 1S96. 

908. Hon. Peter (352) Sanborn, born in Deertield, X. H., Oct. 9. 
1808. Lived first in Deerfield. Served in the militia, acquiring the title 
of colonel. Clerk of Xew Hampshire Senate, 1838-40; Representative 
from Deerfield, 1841-42. Moved to Concord, X. H., in 1853. Treasurer of 
the state of Xew Hampshire. 1857-71. A man of strong ability and ster- 
ling integrity. ?vLn-ried (i) Susan H. Veasey of Deerfield ; {2) Sarah 
Lawrence Dow of Epping ; (3) Abigail M. (Pickering) Toppan, widow ot 
'Squire Edmund W. Toppan of Hampton, and daughter of Ephraim Pick- 
ering of Xewburvport, Mass. He died in 1894. 

Children : , 

1658 i. Thomas W.. b. Jan., 1835. 

By second wife : 

ii. Lawrence Dow, b. Jan. 20, 1S43 : a railroad conductor living in Concord, X. H. ; 
m. Belle Chatnian of Xewmarket, X. H. 



THK AMliKICAN SANBORNS. 373 

iii. Susan Josephine, L. Jan. 7, 1S43: m. Henry J. Crippen, casliier of National 

State Capital bank in Concord. 
iv. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 9, 1849. 
V. Peter, b. May 21, 1S33. 

909. Benning Wextworth (352) Sanborn, born in Deerfield, X. H., 
Sept. 18, 1813. A publisher and bookseller in Concord, X H. Studied 
at Phillips Academy, Exeter: went into trade in Deerfield before he moved 
to Concord. 

•910. Gen. Richard Jexness (352) Sanborn, born in Deerfield. 
N. H., Aug. 20, 1S15. A farmer in Deertleld. Married June 27, 1849. 
Abbie Jane, daughter of Deacon Samut.-! Stearns of Deerfield. 

Children : 

i. Benning Wentwortli, b. and d. 1S50. 
ii. Josepli Woodbury, b. July 9, 1S51. 
iii. Mary Jane, b. and d. 1S53. 
iv. Mary Abigail, b. Feb. S, 1S55. 

911. Col. Josi.vh Butler (352) Sanborn, born in Deerfield, X. H., 
Jan. 27, 1828. Taught school, then moved to Concord, X. H., and went 
into business with iiis brother, B. W. Sanborn. A prominent and success- 
ful business man. Aide to Gov. Berry during the Civil War. State printer 
for many years. Owned the •' Sanborn Block" in Concord. 

912. Tiio>L\s Wilson (353) Sanborn, born in Deerfield, X. H., Feb. 
5, 1823. A mason in Raymond, X. II. Married Jan. i, 1848, Sarah P. 
Hoitt of Newmarket, N. H., born April 22, 1823. 

Child : 

i. Clara L., b. May 5, 1S49; "''• Josiah J. Robinson of Raymond, N. H. 

913. John Weeks (353) Sanborn, born in Deerfield, X H.. Feb. 6, 
1832. Living unmarried in Deerfield: P. O. Leavitt's Hill, X. H. 

914. Dea. Israel (354) Sanborn, born in Springfield, X. H., Feb. 
I, 1 791. A farmer in Springfield, where he lived and died. Married 
April 25, 1813, Lydia Goss. 

Children : ' 

i. Stephen Colcord, b. Sept. 13. 1815. . ' 

ii. Mary, b. Sept. 13, 1S17; m. Josiah Hook. > ; 

iii. Betsey, b. Oct. 21, 1S19: m. Hiram Sanborn (919). 

iv. Lydia Jane, b. June 10, 1821 ; m. Jeremiah Philbrick. 
V. Keziah. b. Oct. 19, 1S25 ; m. 184S, Chas. U. Sargent. 

vi. Rhoda, b. Dec. 28, 1S29: m. Jeremiah Ounnby. 

vii. Jonathan, b. June 11, 1S33; m. Emily Powell, Oct. 29, 1855. 



374 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

915. AiJRAM (354) Sanborn, born in Springfield, N. II., Feb. 26, 
1799. A farmer in Wilmot, X. II., where he lived and died. Married 
Nov. 9, 1S20, Joanna, dan^^hter of Muses Leavitt (" Reed Genealogy"), 
born Jan. 15, iSoo, died June 7, 1S59. lie died Dec. 5, 1869. 

Children: 

i. Moses Leavitt, b. March 7, 1S22 : m. Eliza A. Burbank, d. 1893; had (i) 
Warren L., b. Nov. 13, 1S46; (ii) Morrison L., b. .March 21.1S49: (iii) 
William A., died young; (iv) Susan E., b. June 19, 1854. 

1660 ii. Aaron, b. March 10, 1824. 

1661 iii. Isaac, b. July 4, 1826. 

iv. .Sarah A. Sanborn, b. Sept. 28, 1S2S; m. Alfred S. Williams of Grafton, X. H. 

V. Asa .\r., b. Jan. 28, 1S30; d. 1S31. 

vi. Albert, b. March 8. 1833; Co. VI., nth N. H. Inf., enlisted 1S62, mustered out 

1865; m. Lucinda Fernald ; lived in Dorchester, N. H. 
vii. Emily C, b. March 16, 1838. 
viii. Rhoda M., b. .March 12, 1843. 

916. Dea. S.MiTH (354) Sanborn, born in Springfield, X. H., Jan. 
II, 1801. Lived in Springfield, X. H. Married ISIay 5, 1825, Mary 
Eastman. 

Children : 

i. Mahala, b. .March 22, 1S26; m. ?^Iarch 6, 1849, William D. Colby. 
ii. Isaac E., b. Oct. 12, 1833. 

iii. Mehitabel, b. June 8, 1836. ,. . 

iv. Mercy, b. Oct. 2'^, 1841. 

917. George Wendell (354) Sanborn, born in Springfield, N. H., 
Sept. 19, 1806. Married May 14, 1829, Jane Chase. 

918. Mo-SES (356) S.\NBORN, born in Brentwood, Dec. 17, 1807. A 
farmer in Danville, X. H., where he lived and died. Married (i) Lucy 
Ann Dearborn, died Feb. 25, 1S56; (2) Ann Carr of Brentwood. 

Children : 

'- . > ■ 

i. George Albert, b. : lives in Danville. 

.. . . ■■■'t- ■ • 

li. John Emery, b. ; lived in Danville. , 

919. Hiram (357) Sanborn, born in Springfield, X. H., July 14. 181 2. 
Married Betsey Sanborn (914-iii). Living in 1S97 in Xewport, X". H. 

920. FiFiELu (357) Sanborn, born in Springfield, X. II., X"ov. 9, 
1822. A farmer in Webster, X. H. Married Roxana Bailv Robie of 
Springfield, born 1835, <^'ed April 25, 1889. He died Oct. 26, 1889. 



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' THE AMERICAN SANIiORNS. 375 

Children : 

i. Levi, I). May ii, 1S49; a farmer living in Elkins, N. H. ; m. Nov. 10. 1893' 

Anna Maiia Gay of New London, N. PL ; no issue. 
ii. John Worthen, b. May 9, 1853: a farmer in Gcorj^e's Mills, N. H. ; m. Jan. i, 
1888, Clara E. Piper of Springfield. X. H., b. Dec. 25, 1S6S: have had (i) 
Gertrude Lloyd, b. and d. 1S89; (ii) Grace Kfne, b. Sept. 9, 1S91, d. 1S93: 
(iii) Frederick Farwell, b. .March 7, 1S97. ' 

iii. Clara M., b. — — ; m. James Hilborn of Webster. X. H. 
iv. Lovina, b. ; d. young. 

921. Ira (357) Sandorx, born in Springfield, N. H., Feb. 25, 1S30. 
A farmer in Croydon, N. II. ^vlarried Oct. 26, 185 1, Harriet Richardson, 
born May 15, 1S35, in Springtield. Both living in 1S97. 

Children : 

i. Susan Augusta, b. July 12, 1S52 : m. Crowell of Xewport. X. H. 

'ii. Ella Eudora, b. ^Larch 3, 1855 ; ni — — Perkins of Claremont, X. H. 
iii. William E., b. Aug. 18, 1S62 ; living in Xewport. X. H. 
iv. Hillie R., b. Dec. 26, 1S64; living in Croydon. X. H. 
V. Alton A., b. June 13, 1870; living in Sunapee, X. H. 

922. Reuben (358) Sanborn, born in Salisbury. X. H., Sept. 7, 17S4. 
Superintended the turnpike road from Concord, X. H., to Portsmouth. In 
Nottingham, X. H., married Hannah, daughter of x\braham Evans of Strat- 
ford, X. H. He boucrht a tavern in Xorthwood Xarrows, X". H., and 
accumulated a good property, which he lost by going security for some 
friends; he then moved back to Salisbury, and died in 1832 in Boston. 
where he went in search of employment. 

Children : 

i. Ann, b. 1816; moved to .Michigan City, Ind., with hersister-in-law. Mrs. Culver; 

, ' has lived there ever since ; a woman of rare business ability : engaged in the 

; real estate business, and has accumulated a considerable property : an ardent 

church worker, she has given many handsome presents to her church, and to 

'" ' her adopted city ; she furnished data for this branch of the family. 

. ii. Hannah, b. ; m. A. B. Culver, a railroad contractor. 

■•'■ iii. Jane, b. ; m. S. H. Edgerly of .^Llnchester, X. H., and d. 1S60. 

iv. Benjamin F., b. 1S26: Co. C, 6th X H. Inf.; a merchant living in Barrington, 
N. H.; m. 1S50, Abigail Smith of Xewmarket, X. H. ; had (i) Estella : (ii) 
Deborah A. 

923. John (358) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, X. H., June 6, 1786. A 
farmer In Salisbury, where he lived and died. Married March 12, 1809, 
Eliza, daughter of Benjamin Shaw of Weare, X. H., born Oct. 4. 1783. 
died April 16, 1847. He died Aug. 10, 1857. 



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376 SANBORN GKNEALOGV. 

Children : 

i. Louisa, b. Dec. 26, 1S09; d. 1812. 
ii. Harriet, b. Sept. 8, 181 1 ; d. in infancy, 
iii. Harriet, b. Aug. 6, 1S13; d. 1S17. 

1665 iv. Moses C, b. Feb. 8, 1816. 

V. Louisa, b. Nov. 11, iSiS; m. Augustus Webster of Salisbury. 

1666 vi James Wallace, b. Feb. 23, 1822. 

vii. Caroline, b. Nov. 25, 1824; m. Jan. 6; 1S44, Wm. T. Heath, d. Dec. 26, 1S53. 
viii. Abraham, b. July 28, 1S26: d. unm. March 28, 1854. 
ix. Mahala J., b. Oct. 16, 182S; m. Rufus Martin of Andover, N. H. 

1667 X. Ebenezer Cummings, b. Aug., 1830. 

1668 xi. Ira Shaw, b. March 12, 1832. 

xii. Eliza, b. Sept. 16, 1837; m. Henry Watson. 

924. Sewell (358) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, N. H., Oct. 16. 1801. 
Lived in Bristol, N. H. Married (i) November, 1829, Harriet Bean, 
died March 17, 1S46 ; (2) Dec. 5, 1847, Mrs. Phebe Fogg. Died Oct. 30, 
1866. 

Children : ' 

i. Mary, b. Nov. 4, 1830; m. Joel Girdy of Bristol. 
ii. Harriet, b May 19, 1S33; m. Kben Trask of Salem, .Mass. 
iii. George, d. young. 

iv. William Henry Harrison, b. Sept. 15, 1839; living. 
V. Ira Chase, b. July 29, 1841; m. Alberta S. Crowell; lived in Albany, V't. Had 

one surviving son, Everett A., of Seattle, Wash, 
vi. Sylvanus, b. June 12, 1843. 

vii. Horace, b. May 10, 1845; living. , , 

V. viii. Gustavus B., b. Sept. 4, 184S. 
ix. Phebe, Jj. May 21, 1S51. 

925. Samuel L. (358) Sanborn, born Sept. i, 1S07. Settled first in 
Plainfield, N. H., but later moved to Meriden, N. H. Married Lydia 
Colby, died Jan. 21, 1841. He died Jan. 21, 1876. 

Children : 

i. Xarifta, b. Aug. 10, 1835; m. L. S. Jordan; d. Jan. 26, 1S92. 

1669 ii. Sidney, b. Feb. 18, 1S40. 

iii. Samuel L., b. ; lives in Plainfield. N. H. 

926. Abraham' Sargent (358) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, N. H., 
June 29, 1812. A farmer in Salisbury. Married (i) Mary E. Bean: (2) 
Irenia Flanders. Said in " History of Salisbury " to have died in the army. 

Children : 

i. Alfred, b. March 9, 1838; Co. E. loth N. H. Inf.. enlisted 1862, mustered out 
1865 ; lives in Penacook, N. H. 



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ii. Martlia J., b. March 7, 1840; m. (r) Scott Severance : (2) Asa Hoyt. 
iii. Nancy, b. March 2, 1843; "i. Wni. Morse. 
iv. John F., b. Aug. 17, 1845 ' "^- f^^te Huntoon. 

V. Marion, b. Oct. 16, 1S47; 'i^'-"'' in Plainfiekl. 
vi. Curtis W., b. ; d. 1869. 

927. Cai'T. Isaac (358) Sam'.orx, born in Salisbury. X. II., June 14, 
1814. A wealthy farmer in Salisbury, and a proininent man there. Mar- 
ried April 19, 1833, Lavinia IL, daughter of Hopkins Flanders ot' Warner, 
N. H. 

Children: 

i. Christina L., b. Oct. 5, 1S41 ; ni. Da\id L. Brown of Franklin. 

ii. Lucy A., b. 1843; d. 1S44. 

iii. Frank M., b. Aug. 20. 1S47; d- unm. 1863. 

iv. Ellen F., b. April [4, 1S52 : m. Geo. S. Scribner of Salisbury. 

928. Benjamin Franklin (35S) Sanijorn, born in Salisbury, X. II., 
Oct. 18, 1824. A farmer in Salisbury, and a prominent man there. Mar- 
ried Dec. 15, 1847, Xancy D. Flanders ot' Warner. X. H.,b. Sept. 4, 1S22, 
died March 11, 187S. .. 

Children: 

i. Sarah E., b. May 2, 1850: m. Nov. 13. 1871, James X. Clifford of Boston, 
ii. Lavinia A., b. June 11, 1S51 ; m. Sept. 18, 1876, Chas. E. Watson of Salis- 
bury, N. H. 
iii. Kate, b. Sept. 4, 1S52 ; m. Oct. 20. 1S75. Parker J. Webber of Lynn, Mass. 
iv. Augusta N., b. Dec. 5, 1855 : m. .Alvin W. Saunders of Pittsheld, X. H. 
1672 V. Isaac Frank, b. Aug. 27, 1857. 

vi. Emma E., b. Jan. 11, 1864; m. Sept. 20, 18S7, Elmer E. Hutchins of Atlanta. 
Ga. 

929. John (359) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, X". H., July 22. 1797. 
Married July 5, 1840, Mehitabel Sanborn (358-ix), died Aug. 16, 18S3. 
He was the second white man tiiat settled in Eno;lish Prairie, III., coming 
there in the spring of 1837. He found some stakes in the ground, but no 
settlers, so he made his claim where his son now lives ; " later in the season 
the English, from whom the place derives its name, came to him and said 
he was on their claim ; he would not leave, and thev told him there were 
twenty of them, and asked him what he could do. He told them he could 
make the prairie smell worse of dead British than h — 1 did of brimstone; 
they had many fights, and he carried the scars to his grave, but he took 
one side of the prairie and divided it with his friends." He served in the 
War of 181 2 and the Black Hawk War. Died Feb. 26, 1S66. 



37^ SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Lavinia, b. Dec. 30, 1S41 : m. S. L. Orvis of English Prairie. 

1673 ii. John Winthrop, b. Dec. 2S, 1842. . 

iii. Clarinda, b. Nov. 16, 1S44; d. unm. Feb. 26, 1S63. 

iv. Benjamin Franklin, b. Aug. 29, 1S47; I'^^s in Stanford, Ore. 

V. Minerva \'ictoria, b. May 7, 1S50; d. 1863. 

932. RuFus (361) Sanborn, born in Sandown, X. H., June 5, iSoi. 
A farmer in Chester, N. H., where he lived and died. ?*Iarried Nov. 24, 
1824, Betsey, daugliter of Daniel Fitts ot" Sandown, N. H., born July 5, 
1805, diedjul}' I, 18S5. He died Jan. 31, 1S77. 

Children : 

i. John Fitts, M. D., D. D. S., b. in Sandown, X. H., Feb. 17, 1825; m. (i) 
July 9, 1 85 1, in Sanbornton, Ruth Emma, dau. of Ebenezer Fi.ts, b. Feb. 4, 
1827, d. in Tabor, la.. Jan. 23, 1S90; (2) Oct. 5, 1890, in Creston, la., 
Ellen (Booth) Whitmore, dau. of Royal Booth, 2d, of Goshen, X. H., b. 
Aug. 8, 1843, widow of Warren Whitmore of Claremont, X. H. Dr. Sanborn 
commenced the practice of dentistry in Amesbury, Mass., 1849. Moved to 
Beverly, Mass., in 1S50, and to Sioux City, la., in 1856. In that same year 
he crossed the Missouri and settled in Covington, Xeb., where he stayed until 
1859. While in Xebraska he was elected a justice of the peace. In 1839 he 
moved to Tabor, la., where he served as justice of the peace and county com- 
missioner. In 1863 he volunteered to do hospital duty in Keokuk, la., at the 
time of the Civil War. While in Keokuk he studied medicine, and in 1S64 
graduated an M. D. froin the Xew York College of Physicians and Surgeons. 
Returned to Tabor and practised as a dentist and physician until 1878, v. hen 
he became professor of dentistry in the Western College of Dentistry at St. 
Louis, also serving two years as professor of physiology in the Hygienic Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons in St. Louis. For six years he was a member 
of the State Board of Dental Examiners of Iowa, and in 1S79 the Western 
College of Dental Surgeons conferred on him the title of D. D. S. In 1S6S he 
was president of the Iowa State Dental Society, and for two years treasurer of 
the Hygienic College of Physicians and Surgeons. An ardent member of the 
Baptist church. Dr. Sanborn was church clerk in Tabor several years, and now 
is church auditor of the Carew Street Baptist church in Springtield, Mass., 
where he has made his home since 1893. He has no children. 

1675 ii. Luther Calvin, b. April 28, 1S27. 

1676 iii. Josiah Rufus, b. April 25, 1831. 

iv. Mary E., b. Xov. 9, 1834 : m. Benj. Cox of Santa Ana, Tex. 
V. James Frank, b. July 17, 1841 ; lives in Aspen, Col. 
vi. Frances M., b. July I 7, 1S41 (twin to J. F.) ; m. Green; d. Oct. 8, 1867. 

933. Is.\ac (361) Sanborn, born in Sandown, N. H., June 5, 180S. 
A carpenter in Manchester, N. H. Married Lydia Marsh Richards, born 
July 28, 1810, died Dec. 17, 1875. He died July iS, 1SS7. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 379 

Chi'ld : 

i. Edson Wallace, b. July i, 1S42: livinjc in Manchester, X. H , and has been 
very helpful in furnishing data; m. Julia L. Robinson, b. Aug. 26, 1849. 

940. JOHN II. S. (365) SAX150RN. born in Kinrrston, N. H., Feb. 5, 
1839. ^^ tarmer in Kingston, where he still lives. Married May 26, 1S68, 
Evelyn Hatch of Chester, N. H., born Oct. 14, 1847. 

Children : 

i. Grace, b. May 30, 1869. 

ii. Marian, b. May 10, 1872; m. Burt A. IJush of No. Brookfield. Mass. 
iii. Helen M., b. April 24, 18S1 ; d. iSSi. 

944. Tappax Stevens (367) Sandorn, born in Candia, X. II., June 
II, 1S04. A farmer in Candia, where he lived and died. ?vlarried Dec. 7, 
1S25, Martha F. Lan^Mord, born Dec. 6, 1S02, died Nov. 5, 1835. ^^ 
died March 16, 1840. 

Children : 

i. Benjamin PilLsbury, b. Oct. 14, 1826; m. Maria Reynolds of Candia. 
ii. Mary Ann, b. Nov. 25. 1S28, d. unm. Sept. 15, 1S49. 
iii. Anthony Langford, b. Jan. 27, 1831 : enlisted Co. D. 15th N. H. Inf.: m. Oct. 

6, 1S52. Elizabeth Chase of Deerfield : had (i) Eugene S., b. Nov. 27, 1S56. 
iv. Joseph Stevens, b. March 17, 1S34: ni. May 14, 1S57, Mary A. Haynes of Deer- 
field, N. H. 

945. Stevens (369) Sanborn, born in East Kingston, N. H., April 
17, 1806. A tanner and currier in his native town, where he lived and 
died. Married (i) Feb. 22, 1831, Mehitabel, daughter of William Smith 
of Gilmanton, born 1S06. died Dec. 29, 1844; (2) April 30, 1846, Eliza- 
beth, dauohter of John Tilton of Exeter. He died April 12, ]88i. 

Children : 

1680 i. John Warren, b. May 20, 1S33. 

ii. Betsey Jane Smith, b. April 5, 1S35; m. Solomon S. Perkins of E.xeter. N. H. 

iii. Abigail Josephine, b. .May 16, 1837; d. unm. Oct. 27, 1S37. 

iv. Francena Mehitabel, b. Aug. 27, 1S43; m. (i) Henry H. Titcomb, d. June 15, 
1874; (2) Theodore C. Fletcher of Littleton, Mass. 

946. Jacob FIook (369) Sanborn, born in East Kingston, April 17, 
1806. Married Nov. 15, 1S32, Rebecca Adams Gale. A farmer in East 
Kingston, where he lived and died. Selectman many years ; Representa- 
tive in 1859. 

Children : , , . , .,. 

i. Mary F., b. Feb. 12, 1S34; m. James M. Barllett of So. Kingston. N. H. 
ii. Daniel Webster, b. June 7, 1836; ent. E.\eter Academy 1S53. 



380 SANJ50RN (iENEALOliV. 

iii. Ellen E., b. June 15, 1S3S. 

iv. Sarah B. C, b. March 12, 1840. ^ j — Or-'C)''>Cj 

V. iMyamia S.. b. Sept. 19, 1S42. jl.0O0C5^O 
vi. John H., b. Oct. 4, 1846. 

947. Dr. George W. (369) S.\nborx, born in East Kingston, X. II., 
Aug. 2, 1815. A well-known physician in Kingston. X. H. M. D. at 
Dartmouth, 1846. Married Dec. 25, 1S45, Sarah Badger. 

Children : 

i. Walter C, b. .April 7, 1S47: d. 1S51. 
ii. Emma E., b. July 24. 1849. 
iii. Abif^ail A., b. March 28, 1852. 
iv. Ellen .M., b. Feb. 21, 1S54. 

948. Rev. James Monroe (369) Saxborn. born in East Kingston, 
N. H., Aug. 2, 1819. A prominent man in his locality, a farmer, tanner, 
and currier. Called Reverend by all records, but authority not given. 
Served in many public offices ; selectman, town clerkj representative, 
trustee Rockinfiham Countv Agricultural Societv ; deacon of M. E. church, 
manager of- Hedding camp-meeting. Married (i) Dec. i, 1842, Julia, 
daughter of Reuben W. Currier, died Feb. 7, 1849; (2) Sept. 25, 1850, 
Eliza H., daughter of Jonathan Fletcher. He died July 5, "1875. 

Children : . - ' 

i. Ariana E., b. April 9, 1S45; "''• Echvard A. Holmes of Boston. 
ii. James M., b Jan. 12. 1S49; d. young, 
iii. James Fletcher, b. March 2°^ '853; m. Mary J., dau. of Elbridge Judkins of 

Kingston, and had (i) Winifred J.; (2) Henry C. 
iv. Julia Augusta, b. March 23, 1855; m. Rev. John Wentworth Sanborn (2000-iii). 
V. Sherman Hammond, b. May 5, 1857; grad. Boston Dental College, 1S79: m. 
Clara T., dau. of Atherton H. Stevens of E. Cambridge, Mass.; a dentist in 
Woburn, Mass. 
vi. Mary Abigail, d. young. 
vii.John Monroe, b. April 9, 1863; succeeded his father on the homestead; m. Clara 

X., dau. of Amos C. Chase of Kingston. 
viii. Moses Manson, b. Dec. 4, 1865. 

949. Hon. Peter Fifield (370) Sanborn was born in Kingston, 
N. H., but moved to Readfield when a child. He attended the common 
schools of Readtleld, and when he became of a^e began in Readfield the 
tanning business with his brother Joseph Appleton Sanborn. At"ter ten years 
in the tanning business, which had by that time grown to large proportions, 
he with his brother started the manufacture of oilcloth in Readheld, and 
thus laid the foundations for a long period of successful business enterprise. 



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(949) 



THE AMERICAN SANBORN'S. . 381 

Nor was his busy life devoted entirely to his own enterprises ; he was 
appointed after the close of the Civil War, collector of internal revenue for 
the district made up of Kennebec and Lincoln counties, a position which he 
held tor ten years; while serving in tiiis capacity he removed to Hallowell. 
Me., where he lived and died. He also served as reprt.\sentative for several 
years, and was manv vears one of the aldermen of Hallowell, becoming in 
1874, m'lyor of that city. He was president of the American National bank 
of Hallowell, and was interested- in large ways in many other educational, 
commercial, and religious organizations. With this complex public and 
business life, ?vlr, Sanborn was a man of rare virtues in his private life, — 
the center of an atlectionate and devoted t'amily circle. He was indeed 
esteemed in all the relations of lite, as a man of intelligence and stanch 
integrity, capable, prudent, energetic, and taitht'ul. His wisdom and public 
spirit were relied upon in every emergency by his triends and the 
community in which he lived. Foremost in every good educational move- 
ment, he was for many years a trustee and president of the board of trustees 
of the Hallowell Classical academy. His high standing was shown by the 
fact that when he was for a second time elected mayor of his city, he 
received every vote cast, save one. Married (i) Desdemona, dau. ot 
Francis Hunt of Readfield. d. Nov. iS, 1S64 : (2) Sarah Little, dau. of 
Samuel Pickard, b. May 4, 1S33, ^^^- Sanborn died in Hallowell, May 
14, 1884. 

Children : 

i. Sarah Frances, b. Feb. 23, 1843; living unm. in Newton, .Mass. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 15, 1849. 
iii. George W., b. Dec. 12, 1S30; d. 1S56. 
iv. Joseph Appleton, b. Jan. 2, 1853; d. 1S62. 

V. Ro-sa E. R., b. May 5, 1857; m. Jan. 27, 1SS5. .A.Ifred, son of James Fuller of 
Newton, .Mass. Two children, Elizabeth Sanborn Fuller, and Francis Sanborn 
Fuller. 
1682 vi. Samuel Fickard, b. Aug. 18. 1S68. ■ 'f' • '. ; ,,. ,;,. . , . 

vii. Joseph Appleton, b. Dec. 24, 1S70; d. 1871. 
viii. Stanley Hale, b. .March 16, 1873; d. 1S74. 

950. Joseph Appleto.n (370) Sanborn was born in Readtield, Me., 
March 7, 1814. His early life was spent in Kingston, N. H., where he 
was engaged with his uncle Moses in the tanning and currying busmess. 
At the ace of twentv-one he returned to Readfield and pursued that busi- 
ness, in connection with the oilcloth business, in company with his brother, 
Hon. Peter F. Sanborn, under the well-known firm name of P. F. & J. A. 



382 SANHOKN GENEALOGV 



Sanborn. He was a man of Lfreal slrenLTth and firmness of character, 
and found time in 'nis busy life to take a deep interest in the family geneal- 
ogy ; the papers of Dyer II. Sanborn contain many long and interest 
ing letters from him. Mr. Sanborn continued actively engaged in busi- 
ness enterprises, and in 1S73 removed to Ilallowell, Me., making that 
city his home. While in Readfield, he filled many posts of trust and 
responsibility, serving as selectman, representative, and state senator. 
With characteristic modestv in one of his letters to Dyer II. Sanborn 
he places this side of his life in the background, but his public lite de- 
mands recognition in this memorial. He served on the executive council, 
and acted for many years as state treasurer. He was for many years a 
distinct power in Kennebec county politics, formerly as a whig, and in later 
years as a stanch Republican. He died July 15, 1877, and at the time of 
his death was a director in many wealthy banks in Readfield and Auburn. 
He was an active member of the Methodist church and one of the trustees of 
the Maine Wesleyan Seminary. He was deeply interested in all commer- 
cial, moral, and relifiious movements, lendino;; the wei<rht of his lar<xe inllu- 
ence to help them forward ; he was also a man of great energy and ability. 
A near relative of Mr. Sanborn's has said that he was a most lovable char- 
acter, and an ideal companion for his younger relatives. He married Feb. 
17, 1840, Lucy Ann, dau. of Abijah Upham of Readfield, Me., b. July 6, 
1821 ; d. March 17, 18S9. 

Children : 

1683 i. Emery Appleton, b. April 28, 1S42. 

1684 ii. Gustavus A., b. Jan. 7, 1845. 

iii. Julia Augusta, b. July 21, 1S49; d. 1859. 

iv. Ruhamah V., b. July 28, 1855 ; m. Gilmore : d. 1S90. 

V. Mary, b. and d. i860. 

951. John Stevens (371) Sanborn, born in Camden Co., N. C, 
Aug. 4, 1820. A planter in Tennessee and Texas ; now living at Cedar 
Lake, Tex. Married Eliza Cooke of Cincinnati, O. Educated at Derry 
Academy, N. H. 

Children: 

i. Frank, b. Oct. 5, 1847; tl. young. 

1685 ii. John Stevens, b. Oct. 3, 1850. 

iii. Hamilton, b. Jan. 1853 ; living at White Hills, Ariz, 
iv. Philip, b. Oct., 1S57; d. young. 

1686 V. Robert Cooke, b. Oct. 5, 1S60. 

vi. Ann, b. Jan., 1863; m. J. B. Parkman of Daytona, Fla. 



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Hon. Joseph Appleton Sanuokn, of Hallowell, Me. 

(950) 



THK AMERICAN SANBORNS. 383 

952. William Rand (373) Sanborn, born Dec. 25, 1817. A mer- 
chant in Boston, and later (1S50) a broker in New York. No further 
record. 

953. Jerome Bonaparte (373) Sanborn, born July 4, 1827. A mer- 
chant in Charlestown, iNIass. ; moved to Wisconsin and went into the grain 
business. 

954. LoAMMi Baldwin (373) Sanborn, born May 12, 1831. A 
machinist in Janesville, Wis. 

955. NoAii Warren (374) Sanborn, born in Charlestown, Mass., 
Nov. 23, 1829. A merchant in Brighton, Mass. Married July 27, 1851, 
Elizabeth Farwell, born June 26, 1833 : both living in 1897. 

Children : 

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i. Henry Warren, b. in Brighton, March 16, 1S53; ni. 1S86, Ella E. Sanborn, 
ii. Mary, b. in Brighton, July 26, 1855. 

956. William Henry (374) Sanborn, born in Charlestown, "Mass., 
Nov. 27, 1831. Married Estiier Patch. 

957. George Peter (375) Sanborn, born in Charlestown, Mass., 
Aug. 31, 1833. A merchant still living in Charlestown. Married June, 
1862, Sophronia Worthen oi' Charlestown, born May 17, 1840. 

Children : , ,• , ". • . . , - ■ ^. • 

i. Waldo Franklin, b. March, 1S63; d. 1867. 
ii. George Waldo, b. Feb., 1S69. 
• iii. Katherine Worthen, b. Sept. , 1S71; living unm. in Charlestown. • ■ ' 

958. Benjamin Franklin (375) Sanborn, born in Charlestown, 
Mass., Dec. 13, 1836. A court otTicer, still living in Brighton, Mass. 
Married March 10, 1867, Sarah E. Etheridge ot" Burke, Vt., born Feb. 20, 
1836, died May 20, 1895. 

Children : - . . 

i. Sarah Louise, b. Feb. 3,i869;d.iS75. ' '^i'.-^- 
ii. Harry Franklin, b. Aug. ir, 1S71; living in Boston. 

959- John Alexander (376) Sanborn, born in Charlestown, Mass., 
July 17, 1824. A successful merchant in Charlestown ; still living there. 
Married May 6, 1858, Elizabeth Rodenburgh of New York. Have had five 
children. 



384 SANi;ORN <;KNE.\T.Of;Y. 

960. James Eiavaud (376) Sandorn, born in Charlcstown, Mass., 
Feb. 23, 1S36. Lived in Charlestown, Mass. Married Ann Ilugbes of 
Charlestown. 

Child : 

i. Edward Jetliro, b. Feb. 13, 1839. 

961. AzEL r\LOxzo AUGUSTUS (377) SAMiOKN', born in Boston, Sept. 
26, 1836. Lived in South Boston. Married Sept. 15, 1S59, Frances E. 
Gary. Now living in Somerville, Mass. 

962. John Franklin (377) Sanborn, born in Charlestown, Mass., 
Feb. 12, 1S43. A marketman in Allston and later in Somerville. ^Llrried 
Dec. 27, 187 1, Caroline A. Bullard of Boston, born Julv 1. 1S52. Died 
Jan. 22, 1S93 ; his widow survives him, and has kindh' furnished data. He 
served in Co. H, 22d Mass. Lif. in the Civil War, and was discharged, 
disabled Oct. 2, 1S62. 

Children : 

i. Edith N. W., b. July 3. 1S73, in Allston, Mass.; m. May 30. 1S95, Geo. 
Robbins Winslow of Somerville, b. May 6, 1871. 

ii. Morton Franklin, b. .Aug 19, 1877; living in Somerville. 
iii. Clifton Elliott, b. Sept. 4, 1S7S; living in Somerville. 
iv. Nona Leslie, b. Aug. 4, iSSi. 

V. Netta \'ivian, b. and d. 1883. 

970. George (383) Sanborn, born in Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 31, 
1841. No further record. 

971. Benj.vmin Frederick (3S5) Sanborn, born in Kingston, N. H., 
INIay 7, 1836. Living in Saugus, >Lass. Married Oct. 28, 1S66, >Lary J. 
Mills, born in Medtord, >Lass.. ^[ay 19, 1842. 

Children : . • - 

i. William M., b. May n. 1S69. - , . . 

.... ii. Harriet C, b. June 30. 1874. . , 



972. Joseph Rowe (3S5) Sanborn, born in Kingston. N. IL, Dec. 2, 
1837. Moved to Lynn, Mass., where he still lives. Married (i) >Lirch 
27, 1864, Ellen J. Sanborn ( ) ; (2) May, 1S73, Sarah Ingalls. 

973. Everett Francis (.185) Sanborn, born in Kingston, N. H., 
April 19, 1S42. A police otlicer, living in Dorchester, >Liss. Married 
Aug. 19, 1874, Leonora Chamberlain of Boston, born Oct. 12, 1859. 



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i. Wendell Zebina, b. June 12. 1S75. 
ii. Leonora Martha, b. .May 30, 1S77. 
iii. Henry Warren, b. Feb. 26, 1S79. 

974. David Thornton {3S6) Sanborn, born in Reading, Mass, Jan. 
9, 1826. jMoved to California, and married in San Francisco, March 3, 
1857, Sarah Isabel Sylvester. Died in 1892. 

Child : 

i. William Edgar Thornton, b. in Springfield, Cal., April 22, 1S5S. Living in San 
Francisco, Cal., unm. 

975. George Granby (3S8) Sanborne, born in East Granby, Conn., 
Oct. 15, 1852. Living in Philadelphia, — a member of the firm of Githens, 
Rexsamer & Co., wholesale importers of grocers' sundries. ^Married Dec. 
27, 1883, Imogene Minier of jMinier, 111., born Aug. 9, 1852 ; both living. 

Children : 

i. Sarah M., h. May 2, 1886. 
ii. George Gates, b. April 6, 1888. 

976. Frederick Willia.ai (38S) Sanborne, born in East Bloomfield. 
N. Y., April 12, 1859. -^ lawyer in Denver, Col., wiiere he and his family 
still reside. Married Feb. 22, 1893. at Los Angeles, Cal., Minnie Cynthia 
Bower, born in Watsontown, Pa., June 4, 1869. 

Children : , " 

i. Frederick William, b. Feb. 2, 1894, in Denver. 
ii. William Ualzell, b. Nov. 15, 1895. , 

977. Rev. Henry Kendall (388) Sanborne, born in West Bloom- 
field, N. Y., July 28, i860. A Presbyterian clergyman, settled in Tona- 
wanda, N. Y., and now (1897) in Alton, III. Married June 10, 1S91, 
Anna Belle Baker of Auburn, N. Y., born June 19, 1864. To this gentle- 
man is due the genealogy of his branch of the family, published in pam- 
phlet form in 1895, compiled from his father's records and much personal 
research. 

Children : 

i. Dorothy Elizabeth, b. March 20, 1S92, at No. Tonawanda, N. Y. 
ii. Annie Ruth, b. Oct. 7, 1S93. 

iii. Paul Baker, b. Nov. 10, 1895. < ' 

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977 A. Lewis Warner (388) Sanborne, born May 30, 1862, in West 
Bloomfield, N. Y. Lives in Elmira, N. Y. Married June 18, 1890, Kate 
Clara Drake, b. May 18, 1870, at Volga, la. 

Children : 

i. Walter Drake, b. June 14, 1S91. 
ii. Paul Fitch, b. Feb. 2. 1893. 

977 B. Wallace Hobart (3SS) Sanborne, b. Tvlarch 31, 1868, in W. 
Bloomtield, X. Y. Lives in Elmira, N. Y. 

[^77 A and B zvcrc omit fed in list 0/ children of (jSS). Sec Appendix"^. 

978. Hon. John Pitts (390) Sanborn, born in Belgrade, Me., July 
13, 1833. I" 1S47, the year after his father's death, he went to Michigan 
with his uncles, who finally settled in Port Huron. Altiiough he was pre- 
pared for college, he decided to enter the mercantile and lumber business 
with his uncles. 

Oct. 17, 1855, he married Mary A., daughter of the Rev. W. P. Wastell, 
formerly of London, Eng. 

Durincr the Civil War, since he was unable to become a soldier himself, 
he remained at home to care for the family, while two of his brothers 
entered the army, and the third, at that time an invalid, sent a substitute. 
He also assisted in raising regiments, and throughout the terrible struggle 
gave constant patriotic service. 

In 1867, he was appointed Collector of Customs for the district of Huron, 
Mich., an otiice which he held for four terms, or sixteen years. In 1S84, 
he was a delegate to the Republican National Convention, and was elected 
a member of the Republican National Committee. He was also a member 
of the executive committee of that body. He was nominated for Congress 
by the seventh district of ?klichigan in 1S86, and was reelected a member 
of the Republican committee in 18S8, thus serving on this committee for 
eight years. 

From 1878 to 1S92 he was engaged in various public enterprises, and 
from 1882 to 1 891 was president of the Port Huron & Northwestern Rail- 
way. Always generous and ptiblic spirited, he has given his best service 
to his friends, and to his city, state, and country. 

Children ; 

i. Edith Isbell, b. Dec. 21, 1866: d. 1S70. 
ii. Mary Elizabeth, b. March 24, 1S69. 
iii. Susie, b. and d. 1S72. 
iv. Infant son, b. and d. 1S76. 

V. John Pitts, b. Oct. 19. 1S79. He is an undergraduate at Harvard, and his picture 
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979. Gen. Wielia.m (390) Saxborx, born in Belgrade, Me., Nov. 2, 
1S34. His parents, while he was yet an infant, removed to the village of 
Falmouth, six miles from Portland, where the family continued to reside 
until the death of his father, Dr. Benjamin Sanborn, in 1846. Lett an 
orphan at that earl}- age, he did not long remain in school, but the next 
vear, entered the office of the Portland Advertiser as a printer's apprentice. 
lie remained there for a time, and afterwards worked in the office of the 
Ari^as, published in the same city, being employed in the two offices for 
about a year. In 1S49, he removed to Detroit, Mich. When about eighteen 
years of age, he began '' land-looking" in the employ of several large lum- 
ber firms of Michigan, and in this service he traversed a good portion ot the 
then unknown territory of Michigan, which afterwards proved to be the 
richest lumber lands of the world. In this kind of work he early mani- 
fested great skill and judgment, to which qualities on his part several Mich- 
ijian lumbermen owe a large share of their fortunes. 

In 1S57, he went into mercantile business at Port Huron, Mich., which 
thereafter he counted as his home. In the next year he was married to 
Mary E., daughter of John Howard, Esq., one of the pioneers of Michi- 
gan. During 1S59 ^"*^ 1S60. though retaining his business interests at 
Port Huron, he was employed at the state capital as Deputy Commissioner 
of the State Land Office during the term of his uncle, Hon. James W. San- 
born, as Commissioner. -'■ '; ■ ' 

At the breaking out of the war, he was engaged in a large and lucrative 
business, but before the struggle had progressed a year, Mr. Sanborn's 
sense of duty compelled him to leave his business and family and enter the 
army, which he did, joining the Twenty-second Michigan Infantry (three 
companies of whicli were recruited by him in the vicinity of Port Huron) 
in the capacity of Major. The regiment left the state early in the fall of 

1862, and Governor Wisner dying soon after, Lieut. -Col. Heber Letavour 
succeeded to the command and Major Sanborn to the Lieutenant-Colonelcy. 
The regiment was first stationed on Covington Fleights, along with other 
troops kept on duty in that vicinity to protect Cincinnati, threatened by 
Kirby Smith's forces. It wintered at Lexington, Ky., and in the spring 
went to Nashville, where it was employed in provost duty. In September, 

1863, the regiment proceeded by rail to Stevenson. Ala., where it marched 
over the mountains to Chattanooga. During a considerable part of the 
time after the regiment took the tleld. Colonel Lefavour was on detached 
service, so that Lieutenant-Colonel Sanborn was in command. He was a 
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the men, though it made the regiment one of the most efficient Micliigan 
sent out. As the men became better acquainted with him, however, and 
learned to understand his generous, iiigh-minded cliaracter, they realized 
that his rigorous discipline was for their own good, and became greatly 
attached to him. 

Though it took part in several skirmisiies, the regiment was not in any 
general enr<-a£rement until the terrible ficrht at Chickamauga, on that mem- 
orable Sunday, Sept. 20, 1S63, in Steadman's Brigade of Gen. Gordon 
Granger's reserve corps. During Saturday's tight, it was on the extreme 
left, protecting the road to Chattanooga. On Sunday, about noon, that 
reserve that was precipitated at double quick upon the enemy at the turn- 
ing-point of the battle. None of his comrades who were in that terrible 
fray will ever forget Lieutenant-Colonel Sanborn's bravery on that day.. 
He knew no such feeling as fear, but without once looking back to see 
whether his men were following him or not, he led in that wild, terrible 
charge on the enemy. The regiment was nearly annihilated, as was evi- 
denced by the fact that nine out of eleven of the color guard fell in the 
fight. About 3 o'clock, while at the front, just ahead of the colors, waving 
his men on in the charge, Lieutenant-Colonel Sanborn was most severely 
wounded, a bullet crashing through his foot, entering in front just above 
the toe and coming out below his ankle. Everv one of his men was 
struck w^ith sorrow to see their brave commander disabled, and many were 
the words of sympathy and grief as he was borne from the field. The sur- 
geons desired to amputate the loot, which was terribly shattered, but he 
would not consent. He was taken to Chattanooga, thence to Bridgeport, 
where Major Scarrett of the Tenth Michigan Infantry, and other acquain- 
tances, made arrangements for his transfer to Nasliville. His wife and 
brothers visited him at Nashville, and finally secured his removal home. 
His wound was of a peculiarly painful character, and his suflerings intense. 
During his transportation to Bridgeport his wound was not dressed for lour 
davs, which lack of attention greatlv ajrfii'avated the inflammation. 

His recovery was very slow after his return home, and, in fact, he never 
regained his old strength, for his wound had sapped his vital powers ; nor 
was he able to return to the field, thougii President Lincoln conferred upon 
him the rank of brevet Brigadier-General for his gallantry in the battle 
of Chickamaucja. 

He resumed his business pursuits, and took a prominent part in the poli- 
tics of Michigan, having been elected in 1S66 to the state senate, in which 
body he was an influential and useful member, serving as chairman 01 the 



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Committee on Public Lands, and also on the Committee on ^Military Affairs. 
He was a forcible and impressive speaker, and never failed to exert great 
influence over any body of men with whom he acted. This and his place 
as Deputy Commissioner of the State Land Office were the only civil offices 
General Sanborn ever held, but both positions he filled with rare fidelity 
and ability. In the winter of i875-'76, President Grant honored him by 
appointing him secretary of the Territory of Arizona, but on account of 
his feeble health he was compelled to decline the appointment. 

From the day of his wound his health began to fail. He had been a 
man of remarkable powers of physical endurance and iron constitution, but 
he slowly wasted awa}-, and in the autumn of 1S73 went to a Southern 
climate for luncr trouble. He derived some benefit from a visit to north- 
ern Alabama, but was not benefited by a trip he made in the winter of 
i873-'74 to Florida. In the summer of 1874 ^^^ w'ent to Colorado, and 
spent the winter and spring at San Diego, Cal., seeming to be much bene- 
fited. In the summer of 1875 ^^^ returned to Denver, Col., but the season 
was not favorable, and he did not improve. While in Salt Lake City that 
fall, he contracted a severe cold, and though he returned to the salubrious 
climate of San Diego, he continued to fail slowly, but surely, until his 
death. Everything that medical skill, loving care of t'riends (his wife and 
sister having been with him during all his sojourn in California) could do 
was done for him, but without avail, and June 24, thousands of miles away 
from home, after years of terrible suffering, the brave soldier sank to rest 
in the sleep that knows no waking. 

None of Michigan's heroes who sacrificed their lives in the war — for 
General Sanborn died just as much a martyr to the cause of the Union and 
Liberty as if the bullet that consigned him to a lingering death of years 
had instantly blotted out his life there on the bloody field of Chickamauga, 
where fell so many of his brave comrades — was more universally beloved 
and admired than he. And he deserved the respect and affection of his 
fellow-men w^hich he enjoyed in such full measure. He was every inch 

a man. 

' T' •« — As full of valor as of kindness, . 

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Generous, high-spirited, chivalrous, the soul of honor, noble and true, 
William Sanborn never <iave anv man cause to feel towards him anv other 
sentiments than those of respect and good-will. No comrade, friend, or 
human being in distress ever appealed to him in vain for sympathy or aid, 
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death of him whom they had cause to remember so gratefully and tenderly. 
He was an aflectionate son and brother, a loving husband, a kind, indul- 
gent parent, and a liberal, public-spirited citizen and patriot, as charitable 
in opinion as he was humane and benevolent in deeds. 

Children: 

i. Wilhelmina, b. and d. 1S59. 
ii. Mary E., b. and d. 1861. 

iii. Kate E., b. April 24, 1S65 ; m. Frank D. Jenks of Port Huron, Mich, 
iv. Benjamin Howard, b. Nov. 21, 1S67; d. 1S68. 

980. Peter Bowdoin (390) Sanborn, born in Falmouth, Me., March 

12, 1S3S. Captain in Berdan's Shapshooters in Civil War. Living in 
Whittier, Cal. Had (i) Alvah, m. Blanche Goldie : (vi) Clare. 

981. James Merrill (390) Sanborn, born in Falmouth, Me., Aug. 

13, 1840. Moved to San Gabriel, California, where he is engaged in fruit- 
growing. Married in St. Clair, Mich., Sept. i, 186S, Lilia Whiting, born 
Nov. 25, 1845 ; both living in 1897. 

Children : 

i. George Wliiting, b. in Port Huron, June i, 1S69 ; graduated from the University of 

Michigan, 1893 ; a civil engineer by profession, now in Hamilton. Ont., unm. 
ii. Charles Henry, b. Feb. 25. 1S74; d. unm. Feb. 22. 1S97. 
iii. Hugh Reed, b. March 21, 1880 : living in Los Angeles, Cal. 

982. Lanson (393) Sanborn, born in Jay, Vt., Xov. 26, 1797. 
A farmer, living in Jay, Vt., in 1861. Married Almira Ozuba Dodge, 
born January, 1S07. 

Children : ^ ; 

i. Josephine, b. March i, 1S37; m. Sidney Wood of Lowell. 1 

ii. Marquanah, b. Feb. 25, 1S40; m. Chas. R. Bartlett of Jay. 

983. Bradley B. (393) Sanborn, born in Jay, Vt., Dec. 2, 1S05. 
A farmer in Lowell, Vt. Married March 20, 1S33, Emeline Amanda 
Lamb. Died Nov. 26, 1853. - ■ 

Children: 

i. Louisa M., b. June 6, 1834; m. W. C. Lyman of Michigan. 
ii. Sullivan H., b. 1S35 ; d. young. 
iii. Moody Evander, b. Oct. i, 1837; lives in Eden. \'t. ; m. March 11, 1S72, 

Sarah Scott. 
iv. Amelia .^L, b. 1S39; d. 1844. 
V. Charles B., b. Aug. 5. 1841 ; m. Aug. 7, 1867, Ann M. Shannon; lives in 

Winchester, Mass. 
vi. Lanson O., b. Oct. 5, 1843; m. Nov. 10, 1870, Inez A. Morse; lives in 

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vii. Frank H., b. Nov. 8, 1S45 ; m. May 13, 1S65, Kllen Rider: lived in Lowell, \'t. 
viii. Adeline \'ictoria, b. 1847; d. unni. 1867. 
ix. Madeline, b. July 12, 1S50; m. John Mears of Manchester. 

984. Edmund S. (393) Sanborn, born in Bath, N. H., April 6, 1812. 
A farmer: lived first in Jay, Vt., then moved to New York state. Settled 
in Parishville, St. Lawrence county, X. Y., and later moved to Colton, 
N. Y. Married March 15, 1834, Harriet Rand White of Holland, Vt., 
born Feb. 23, 1S21. Both he and his wife are still alive, and the data in 
regard to their family has been furnished by the latter. 

Children : 

i. Rebecca Xewell, b. Dec. 2, 1835; m. (i) Jan. i, 1856. Darwin Squires; (2) 

April 22, i860, William Jaques of Colton ; d. Feb. 21, 1894. 
ii. Charles C, b. in Jay, Vt., Dec. 10, 1S37; m. June 5, 1865, Elizabeth Leonard; 

living in Gainesville, Tex. 
iii. Sarah J., b. Jan. 11, 1S40: m. Oct. 20, 1S59, Royal D. Squires of Minnesota; 
d. July 31, 1895. 

1699 iv. Henry Bradley, b. in Parishville, N. Y.. Sept. 10. 1845. 

V. Harriet A., b. Jan. i, 1854; m. July 2, 1884, Ivg. in Colton, X. Y. 

985. Seth C. (394) Sanborn, born in Morrisville, Vt., Oct. 24, 181S. 
A wheelwright by trade ; lived first in ?^Iorrisville, then in Frost Village, 
P. Q; Married in Hyde Park, Vt., Oct. i, 1849, Sarah Cornelia Hyde, 
born November 16, 1821, died Sept. 12, 1SS5. 

Children : 

1700 i. Benjamin H., b. May 11, 185 i. 
ii. DeWitt Clinton, b. Jan. i, 1853. 

iii. George H., b. March 2, i860. 

986. Stephen jNIorse (395) Sanborn, born in Haverhill, N. H., Jan. 
29, 1813. Lived and died in Haverhill. Married Ruth White Barron, 
born Aug. 13, 1814, d. Jan. 19, 1849. He died Dec. 22, 1843. 

Children : , r ; ; 

i. Susan Barron, b. 1837; d. unm. 1852. 

ii. Henry Hibbard. b. Oct. 4, 1S40; m. .\Lay 24, 1S64, Jane Margaret McChesney 
of Mt. Clemens, Mich. ; d. June 26, 1S93, leaving one son, Fred'k H., b. 
' ■' ■ Sept. I, 1867, now living in Wyanet, III. 

iii. Kate Ruth, b. March 7, 1842; living in Port Huron, Mich. 

987. John Ql'incy Adams (395) Sanborn, born in Haverhill, X. H., 
July II, 1825. Served in the Mexican War. Married Isabella Munson. 
Lived in Saginaw, Mich., and had six children, of whom Mrs. Frank B. 
Allen of Rochester, X". Y., alone survives. 

988. CuMMiNGS (395) Sanborn, born in Haverhill, X. H., Jan. 6, 
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392 SANBORX GENEALOGY. 

9S9. JosErn Franklin (395) Sanborn, born in Haverhill, N. H., 
March 22, 1S32 ; in 1S61 was a private in the U. S. army in Utah. Died 
in Dayton, O., Jan. 17, 189S. 

990. Ebenezer Slmpson (396) Sanborn, born in Massena, N. Y., 
Oct. 24, 1821. A jeweller and ambrotype artist in Geneva, Wis. Married 
Feb. 13, 1850, Harriet Blount. 

Children: 

1705 i. Arthur L., b. Nov. 17, 1850. 

1706 ii. Eugene E., b. Aug. 13, 1S53. 

991. Moody Morey (396) Sanborn, born in Massena, X. Y., April 
18, 1829. A mechanic in Brasher Falls, X. Y. Married (i) April i, 
1854, Harriet Sophia Locke, d. June 27, 1S58 ; (2) Aug. 9, 1859, Eliza- 
beth Scripture. 

Children : ' ' " 

i. Lawrence Augustus, b. Sept. 28, 1S54. 
ii. Willis John, b. Jan. 7, 1S57. 
iii. Clara May, b. .April 13, 1S60. 

992. Herbert Cummings (398) Sanborn, born at Port Huron, Mich., 
Dec. 13, 1849, o"b' son of Cummings and Charlotte Sanborn, educated at 
Oberlin, and Hillsdale colleges, a member of the Alpha Kappa Phi society 
of Hillsdale colle<ie. In early manhood he was connected with banking 
associations at Port Huron and Detroit. On Oct. 30, 1873, ]Mr. Sanborn 
was united in marriage to ]Miss Ara Averv, dau. of the late Sewell x\verv, 
a wealthy lumberman of Saginaw, Mich. He located at Chicago, where 
he was connected with the daily press of that city, being part owner and 
publisher of the Chicago Daily Courier, the pioneer two-cent daily of Chi- 
cago and the X'orthwest. In 1876, he sold his interest in the news print 
and with his family removed to Port Huron, his former home. He was 
appointed Deputy Collector of Customs at that port, May 5, 1879, ^^hich 
office he held until July 20, 1S85. Mr. Sanborn is in the real estate 
business in Detroit, a Republican in politics, a Universalist in religious 
belief, Royal Arch Mason, being a member of Peninsular Chapter Xo. 16. 
R. A. M., and also a member of Union Lodge of Strict Observance Xo. 3, 
F. and A. M., both of Detroit. 

Children : 

i. Herbert Woods, b. in Chicago, Aug. 15. 1S74; ist Sergt. Co. E, 35th Mich.. 

Volunteers in active service in Spanish War. 
ii. Newell Avery, b. April 17, 1877 ; d. June 21, 1S77. 

iii. Cummings Avery (twin to Newell), b. April 17, 1S77 ; a lumberman at Saginaw, 
Mich. 



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iv. Florence, b. in Port Huron. Jan. 19, iSSo. 
V. Lola, b. in Port Huron, Marcli iS, 18S2. 

993. Israel Oilman Smith (400) Sanborn, born in Bath, N. H., 
March 12, 1S24. A farmer in East Shelby, X. Y., where he Hved and 
died. iMarried October, 1S44, Anna Roberts of East Shelby, born June 22, 
1S25, died July 28, 1S67. He died Oct. 28, 1SS9. 

Children : 

i. Ziba Ebenezer, b. Dec. 13, 1S45; m. Oct. 13. 1867, Cynthia Grinnell, b. Dec. 
31, 1S46; lives in Occoquan, Va. ; a farmer; has had (i) Merritt G., b. July 
I, 1870, living in Alexandria, \'a. : (ii) Ernest P., b. 1S72; d. 1879; 
(iii) Merton C, b. Feb. 2, 1874; (iv) Grace F., b. July 4, 1S76; m. John 
Morcher. 

ii. Almira Susan, b. Jan. 12, 1S48; m. Febrjuary, 1S69, McCollum of Youngs- 
town, N. Y. 

iii. Salina Anne, b. Oct. 17, 1849; "i. Willis of E. Shelby. 

iv. Charles H., b. Nov. 4, 1S51 ; m. and lives in Farwell, .Mich. 

V. Henrietta A., b. July 25, 1853 ; m. Beecher of W. Barre. 

vi. Israel G. S., b. Jan. 20, 1856: m. Sept., 1S77; living in Medina. N. Y. 

vii. David Lee, b. ^Lay 13, 1S58 ; m. 1S90 ; living near Chicago. 

viii. Mary E., b. June 5, 1862 ; m. 1885, Perry ; living in E.xeter, Xeb. 

i.K. Clark E., b. April 29, 1864: an expressman in Buffalo, N. Y. : ni. Dec, 1888. 
Edith Delano of E. Shelby, X. Y., b. .May, 1864: have had (i) Louis Israel, 
b. April 17, 1890; (ii) Kenneth L., b. April 16, 1S93. 

By a second marriage : 

X. Arthur G., b. Oct. 16, 1872 ; living in Gaylord, .Midi. 

994. Hon. Lee Randall (400) Sanborn, born in Sweden, Monroe 
county, N. Y., Aug. S, 1S31. Lives in the town of Sanborn, X. Y.. 
which was named for his father, and for whose inception and success he is 
responsible. A farmer, lumberman, real estate dealer, etc., in fact the 
man of the place ; prominent also in his part of Xew York, — a man ot 
strong ability and a fine, executive talent. Married 1S49, J^'^^'^ ^- Craw- 
ford of Lockport, X. Y., born Xov. 11, 1835; both of them still living 
(1897). 

Children : 

i. John E., b. July r, 1850; living in Ossineke, Mich. 
ii. William H., b. Sept. 25, 1S51 ; li\ing in .Alpena, .Mich. 
iii. Enoch Cleveland, b. June 6, 1854: living in Sanborn, X. Y. 
iv. James L., b. March 17, 1S56; living in Ossineke, .Mich. 

V. Charles G., b. March 27, 1S63; living in Sanborn. X. Y. 
vi. Clinton F., b. Mav 8, 1864: living in Sanborn, X. Y. 



394 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

995. Ira G. (402) Sanborn, born June 3, 1817. Lived first in Bath. 
N. II., then moved to Q^iincy, Wis. Married (i) Jan., 1843, Priscilla, 
daughter of Artemas Foster ofCahiis, Vt., born March i, 1820, died Sept. 
10, 1845 ; (2) Myra Ann (Sanborn) Sanford (400-i). 

Children : 

i. Orrin C, b. Nov. 20, 1S44. 
ii. Adela Iraogene, b. July 4, 1S47. 

998. David F. (404) Sanborn, born in Brentwood, N. H., Aug. 7, 
1799. "^ larmer in Brentwood, where he lived and died. Married Oct. 7, 
1821, Mary Robinson, born Sept. 15, 1803. 

Children : 

i. Horace R., b. Nov. 23, 1S21 ; d. 1S22. 
ii. Rachel R., b. Sept. 15, 1824; d. 1S30. 
iii. David, b. Jan. 22, 182S. 
iv. Ann E., b. March 24, 1832; m. Jan. 24, 1850, Geo. W. Wales of Newmarket, 

N. H. 
V. George O., b. Sept. 4, 1834 ; Sergt.. Co. A, nth N. H. Inf. ; d. 1S91 in Brent- 
wood, 
vi. Mary O., b. June 11, 1S38; m. Dea. Lucian Smith. 

vii. Caroline Z., b. May 13, 1841. > - 

viii. Hattie M., b. March 5, 1844. 

999. Henry (405) Sanborn, born in Epping, May 2, 1799. A tarmer 
in Epping, where he lived and died. ■Married (i) Nancy Shepard ot* 
Epping; (2) Dec. 23, 1833, Nancy Stevens of Epping. 

Children : 

i. Ruth J., b. March 23, 1824: d. 1831. 

ii. Ruth A., b. May 9, 1835. 

iii. George O., b. Oct. 31, 1836. 

iv. Sarah E., b. Sept. 3, 1842. .■.■■• '^ ' . 

v. Henry, b. Feb 8, 1846; d. 1847. •■ . -■■ ' ■ ' . '■ '' 

1000. Henry (406) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., Feb. 18, 1808. 
A farmer in Wales and Greene, Me. Married Jan. 22, 1834, -^"^"n Cross- 
man Daly, born in Wales, Me., April 9, 1812; still living. He died July 
14, 1864. ,, . . • • • '" 

Child: 

1710 i. James Solomon, b. March 29, 1835. 

looi. Dudley F. (406) S.vnborn, born Dec. 5, 1820. Lived in Lew- 
iston. Me. Married April 30, 1S48, Loretta J. Coburn of Carthage, Me., 
born in Turner, Me., March 6, 1830. n 



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Children 



i. Cliarles, b. ; living in Portland, Me. 

ii. George, b. ; living in Lewiston, Me. 

1003. James M. (408) Saxuorx, born Aug. 7, 1828. A farmer in 
Hallowell, Me. Married Oct. 19, 185 1, Elizabeth S. Carr of HallowelL 
born Nov. 30, 1830; botli living in 1S61. 

Children : 

i. Frederick Webster, b. March 31, 1S53; d. 1S55. 
ii. William Herbert, b. Dec. 5, 1S55. 

1008. William Hexry (411) Saxhorx, born in Kensington, N. H.. 
June II, 1808. A shipping merchant: lived in Seabrook, N. H. Married 
in 1828, Hannah, daughter of Capt. David Chase of Seabrook, born July 
24, 1812 ; died January, 1895. Capt. William Henr\' Sanborn was a man 
of some prominence in his locality; served as Representative, and member 
.of the Constitutional Convention. He died May 10, 1882. 

Children : 

i. Sarah J., b. Jan. 26, 1829; m. Abraham Marston Leavitt, a lioston merchant. 
Her sons are (i) William Sanborn Leavitt and (ii) Alfred Marston Leavitt, 
members of the firm of Sanborn, Leavitt & Co., Boston. 

ii. David Chase, b. Jan. 10, 1S31 : m. and d. in Alamo, Tenn., leaving a dau., 
Mrs. Jennie Graham of Douling, Mich. 

1715 iii. William Henry, b. June 11, 1S33. • - 

1716 iv. Charles Bailey, b. Sept. 29, 1S42. ■■••.i ■ . . ' 

>':i\r- V. Anna Boardman, b. Sept. ig, 1854; m. Moses Yeaton of Seabrook, N. H.. and 
Brooklyn, N. Y., where she is living. 

1009. Capt. James (411) Sanborn, born in Kensington, N. H.. June 
10, 1812. A carpenter, went to sea, and was called Captain. Married in 
1837, Ann, daughter of Levi Gove of Seabrook, N. H., born Sept. 19, 1S15, 
who survived him, and is still living in Seabrook. 

Children : 

i. ALiry Ann, b. 1S42; d. 1846. 

ii. Frances, b. 1845 ; m. Rev. Charles H. Corey of Richmond. Va. 
iii. Amanda, b. 1S50; m. Curtis DeLancey of Hampton, N. H. 

loio. William Moses (413) Sanborn, born in Salem. Mass.. Jan. 15, 
1819. Lived first in Newark, O., then in Cleveland, O. Married Aug. 
20, 1843, Hannah Stevens Prime, born July 2, 1S19, died Aug. 18, 1S93. 
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Children : 

i. Frank, b. ; living in Cleveland. 

ii. Horace R., b. ; living in Cleveland. 

ion. Henry (413) Sanborn, born in Salem, Mass., Sept. 15, 1826. 
A commission merchant in a larije business in Chicago, but lost most of 
his property. ^Married in Newark. O., Louisa H. Downey, born May 10, 
1827, now living in Oak Park, III. He died in May, 18S6. 

Children : 

i. Clara Evelyn, b. 1S70; m. C. W. Dunwell. 

ii. Ella Frances, b. : m. Christopher Daniels. 

iii. Edward Arthur, b. in Cleveland, Sept. 10, 1857 ; manager of an office in Kansas 
City, Mo.; m. April 4, iSSi, .Mary Eleanor Gregg, b. Oct. 25, 1859. Have 
had (i) Clara Evelyn, b. April i, 1882; (ii) Edith Louise, b. May 16, 18S4. 
iv. William Henry, d. young. 
V. Walter Downey, d. young. 

vi. Janie Sarah, b. ; m. J. W. Midgley of St. Joseph, Mo., 1890. 

vii. Esther Kinsman, b. ; m. Henry J. Atwood. 

viii. Ida Louise, b. ; living with her mother in Oak Park; m. T. McKinnon, 

1897. 

1012. Charles (413) Sanborn, born April 7, 182S. Lived first in 
Cleveland, then in Aspen, Col. Married ^Lay 31, 1868, Elizabeth Row- 
land. 

1013. George Leonard (413) Sanborn, born Nov. 16, 183 1. Mar- 
ried April 2, 1863, Marian Holstein. Moved to Colorado ; lived first in 
Denver; now (1897) in Aspen, Col. 

1014. Ambrose J. (414) Sanborn, born in Loudon, N. H., March 6, 
1820. Married Oct. 14, 1845, Jane Lyford. Moved to Stanstead, P. Q^, 
where he died Oct. i, i860. His widow survived him and married again. 

Children : 

i. John Lyford, b. September, 1848. • . 

ii. Corilla Jane, b. Sept. 22, 1852. 

1015. Georgp: Williams (416) Sanborn, born in East Kingston, 
N. H., Feb. 23, 1836. A farmer in East Kingston, where he still lives. 
Married Sept. 2, 187S, Frances S. Morrill, born July 18, 1S49, ^" 
Salisbury, ALiss. .1 '<.. v - 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth Brown, b. April 28. 1880. 
ii. Josephine Morrill, b. Dec. 12, 1886. 



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1025. Charles Wi^bder (421) Sanborn, born April 20, 1823. Still 
living in IMachiasport, Me. Married (i) Au;^. 27, 1S4S. Nancy Jewett, 
born Sept. 11, 1S31, died Nov. 30, 1856; (2; Jane Piiinney. 

1026. Lucius (421) Sanborn, born in Machiasport, Oct. 19, 1824. 
Moved to Watsonville, Cal., where he is still living. ISIarried there, Aug. 
26, 1855, ZilplKi Caroline, daughter of Daniel Scott of Wiscasset, Me., 
born March 21, 1S37, still living. He was a merchant in a large business, 
but has now retired. 

Children : 

i. Nellie Grant, b. Oct. 2, 1S60; m. June 7, 1S83, Sam"! Woolsey Backus of San 

Francisco, Cal. One son, Sanborn Backus, b. March 20, 1S84. 
ii. Lucius Wallace, b. May 2, 1S67; a merchant in San Francisco; m. June 11, 
1890, Lottie Blanc, b. Sept. rS, 1S69; one child, — Mildred, b. July 6, 1S92. 

1027. Capt. Franklin (421) Sanborn, born in ^Nlachiasport, Me., 
June 3, 1826. A sea-captain, still living in Machiasport. Married Jan. 5, 
1848, Sarah B. Tupper, born May 18, 1S24, died ^Nlarch 24, 1895. 

Children : 

i. Frank H., b. Aug. 31, 1849; "">• ^'^y i-' 1886. 
ii. Hannah E., b. April iS, 1851 ; m. 1874; d. April, 1SS6. 
iii. Kate A., b. Nov. 17, 1853 ; d. 1864. 
iv. Jane T., b. April 6, 1S55 : d. unm. June 6, 1873. 
• • V. Ida ^L, b. .May 22, 1S58; m. April 7, 1889. . '" 

vi. William A., b. Aug. 2, i860; m. .May 12, 1897. 
vii, Walter, b April 4, 1864; d. 1867. 
viii. Bertha A., b. Feb. 15, 1871 ; unm. 

1628. Edwin Forrest (421) Sanborn, born in Machiasport, Me., 
May 6, 1835. ^^ engineer, still living in Watsonville, Cal. Married 
July 9, 1862, Catherine Murpln', born April 16, 1S37. 

Children : ' ' • ^ ; , , . , . 

i. Charles Frederick, b. .May 20, 1863; living in Los .Angeles. 
ii. William Sheldon, b. -Aug. 20, 1S65 ; m. and lives in Watsonville. Cal. 
iii. Laura Catherine, b. .\ug. 11, 1S67 ; d. 1S6S. 
'f iv. Libby Frances, b. July 17, 1869'; m. Nov. 17, 1S96, J. E. Farlev of San Jose, 

Cal. 

1029. William Augustus (421) Sanborn, born in Machiasport. Me.. 
July I, 1843. Engaged in iVuit raising in Watsonville, Cal. Married July 
20, 1865, Jane L. Ross, born Oct. 15, 1845. 

Children : , , 



398 SANBORN GENEAI.OGV. 

i. Caroline Christine, b. Aug. 24, 1870. 

ii. Willa Augusta, b. Jan. 8, 1873: ni. Kumle of Watsonville. 

iii. Anne Ethel, b. March 22, 1876. 

1030. Alvin (421) Sanborn, born in Machiasport, Me., April 9, 1846- 
In the luniber business in Watsonville, Cal. iNIarried Jan. i, 1S68, Eliza 
J. Poole of Watsonville, born Sept. 11, 1S45. He died Sept. 6, 1S84. 

Children : 

i. B. A., b. Oct. II, 1869 ; in business at Los Angeles. 
ii. Helen A., b. Feb. 19, 1872 : living with her brother in Los Angeles, unm. 

1033. Dr. Lewis Eugene B. (424') Sanborn was born in Machiasport, 
Me., Feb. 19, 1S35. ^^^ remained in his native town until 1S53, working 
on a farm and attendinfj the common schools. His education was con- 
tinned at the East Machias Academy. In 1S53 he moved to Manchester, 
N. H., and went into the drug business; while there he began to study 
medicine. In 1S62 he enlisted in the Twenty-second Maine Volunteers 
as a nine months' man, and was promoted to be hospital steward of the 
regiment. He was sent with General Banks to the Department of the 
Gulf, and at'ter the surrender of Port Hudson his regiment was sent home 
and mustered out on Aug. 14, 1S63. Dr. Sanborn was detained at home 
by sickness in his familv, but kept up his medical studies, and was grad- 
uated at the New York College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1S67. 
He practised a short time in Maine, and then moved to New York ; he 
was connected with the Board of Health in New York for some years, and 
in 1879 was appointed Assistant Health Otiicer of the Port of New York, 
which office he has since held, except for two years when he was out tor 
political reasons. He is a Republican, and a member of Calvary Baptist 
Church of New ^'ork city. 

1040. Lewis x\twood (428) Sanborn, born in Bethel, Me., Oct. 8, 
1824. A farmer in Bethel, where he is still living (1897), at an advanced 
age. Married 1857, Ellen M. Grover of Bethel, born Aug. 22, 1S34. 
still living. 

Children: . ■ vv . 

i. Caroline, b. May 29, 185S; m. Adelbert C. Scribner, a prosperous tarmer of 

Bethel. 
ii. Ella, b. Sept. 24, 1861 : unm.: employed in Locke's Mills, Me. - •■ 

iii. Charles, b. Aug. 24, 1863; a machinist in Newburyport, Mass ; m. 1S93. Sarah 
Wheelding of -Massachusetts : they have had (i) Ruth Ellen; (ii) Lewis Albert, 
iv. Albert, b. Jan. 12, 186S; unm.; a machinist in So. Lincoln, Me. 



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THE AMERICAN SANIJORNS. 399 

1042. John Ward (430) Sanborn, born in Bethel, Me., Feb. 4, 1S33. 
A farmer, still living in Bethel, Me. 

1043. Robert Wiley (430) Sanborn, born in Bethel, Me., Oct. 31, 
1835. A government light-keeper in Superior, Wis. ^Married (i) Jan. 10, 
186S, Kate Carleton of Minneapolis, born 1842 ; d. Aug. 5, 1871 ; (2) July 
16, 1887, Kate E.Jacobs, born in Lynn, Mass., Feb. 12, 1S39. 

Child : 

i. Percy, b. March 5, 1869; living in Sherburne, Minn. 

1044. Calvin L. (430) Sanborn, born in Bethel, Me., Jan. 22, 1845. 
A farmer, still living in Bethel. ^Married March 24, 1877, Eliza J. Mason 
of Bethel, born March 8, 184S, still living. 

Children : 

i. Ethel, b. April 15, 1883. 
ii. Robert, b. June 20, 1SS4. 

1045. Aaron (431) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, ]Me., Dec. 25, 1815. 
A farmer in Baldwin, Me. Married May 22, 1839, Ii'ene Pierce. 

Children : 

i. Rufus N., b. June 20, 1S40. - ~ 

ii. Sarah, b. April 15, 1S43. 
iii. Nathaniel P., b. Dec. 29, 1S44. 
iv. Elbridge, b. June 16, 1847. 
V. Hannah P., b. Feb. 19, 1S49; tb 1S50. 
vi. Millard F., b. April 14, 1S51. 
■ vii. Smith S., b. Jan. 18, 1854. 

' viii. Angela, b. Jan. 15, 1856. " ■ •' . 

1046. RuFUs Nelson (431) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, 'Me.. Aug. 6, 
1818. A farmer in Baldwin, where he lived and died. Married Sept. 10. 
1843, Mary A. Lewis of Baldwin, born July, 181S; died Feb. 10, 1856. 
He died Jan. 12, 1861. 

Children : 

,'' i. Cynthia, b. April 24, 1S45 : m. Almon Sanborn (433-i.\). 

1730 ii. Nelson Willard. b. June 23, 1S46. 

iii. Sarah L., b. March 25, 1848 : m. J. C. Ricker of K. Baldwin, 

iv. Charles, b. and d. 1854. 

1047. George W. (431) Sanborn, born in Baldwin. July 12. 18:7. 
A farmer in Baldwin, where he is still living. Married June 2. 1S53, Abi- 
gail Brown of Baldwin, born Nov. 22, 1831. 



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Children : 

i. George Edwin, b. Aug. 2, 1S54; moved to Minne.suta; now (1897) a wholesale 
' dealer in lumber in Minneapolis; m. May 14, 1890, Hannah 13. Annand of 

Minneapolis, b. June 5, 1859; have had (i) Henry Seba, b. June li, 1892. 
ii. Louis, b. Oct. 23, 1S55 ; the head of the firm of Louis Sanborn i; Co., whole- 
sale dealers in lumber, etc., in Minneapolis; m. Oct. 23. 1892. Grace P. King 
of Orono, Me., b. Dec. 16, 1S64. 
ill. Mary Abigail, b. Dec. 28, 1858; m. Oct. i, 1887, Geo. B. Paddock of 

Minneapolis. 
iv. Henry, b. Feb. 26, 1862; d. unm. Dec. 26, 1SS2. 
V. Sarah, b. Aug. 18, 1868 : living in Baldwin, 
vi. Ida Belle, b. Oct. 13, 1870; d. 1S76. 

1049. Levi (432) Sandorn, born in Standish, Me., March 25, 1816. 
A Inmberman in Steep Falls, Me. ^Married April 10, 1S42, Sarah Fitch 
Barker of Iliram, Me., born Nov. 24, 1S20. He died Jan. 31, 1S63. 

Children : 

i. Sarah Maria, b. Feb. 4, 1843; m. and d. 1S63. 

ii. Charles Henry, b. Oct. 3, 1844; d. 1852. 
1733 iii. Andrew F., b. Sept. 30, 1846. 

iv. Emily J., b. Nov. 3, 1S49; d. 1S50. 

V. Emily J., b Dec. 13. 1850; d. Jan. 20, 1865. 

vi. Chas. H., b. Feb. 15, 1853; d. 1857. 

vii. Elizabeth E., b. Oct. 26, 1S57 ; m. April 14, 1877. 
viii. Edward L., b. June 28, 1859; d. i860. 

i.x. Phebe Etta, b. Jan. 29, 1861 ; m. June 25, 18S1. 

1052. Eli (433) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Jan. 29, 1818. 
Married November, 1841, Fanny D. Weeman. 

Children : 

i. Lydia A., b. Feb. 8, 1844. 
ii. Clara A., b. Dec. 4, 1845. , . 

. iii. Sarah Belle, b. Aug. 14, 1847. 
iv. Willis E., b. July 24. 1849. 
v. Abigail F., b. Feb. 16. 1852. 

^^53' JoJ^^' S. (434) S.VNBORN, born in West Baldwin, Me., April 30, 
1837. A janitor, probably in Lynn, Mass. Married Lydia F. Alexander, 
born Jan. 29, 1841. , •., ■ , •. ' • . 

Children : , 

i. Charles S., b. June 21, 1859 ; a dry goods merchant in Lynn, Mass., in a large 

business: m. June S, 1881, Ella M. Graves, b. Dec. 4, 1S61 : no issue. 
ii. Ralph R., b. Oct. 8, 1873; unm.; living in Lynn, Mass. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORN'S. 4OI 

1055. Albert (435) Sanborn, born in Slandish, Me., May 21, 180S. 
A wealthy lumberman, farmer, and cooper. Lived first in Baldwin, then 
moved to Norway, Me. Married Dec. 26, 1S33, Louisa D. Sawyer of 
Baldwin, born 'May 29, 1814. 

Children: 
f ., i. Darius Sylvester, b. May 9, 1S34; d. 1S36. 

ii. John Randolph, b. Nov. 17, 1S35 ; served in Twelfth Maine Infantry; m (i) L. 

A. Hill, d. iSSo. (2) Izah S. Howe; have had (i) Etta May, b. 1878. 
iii. Roswell Cilley, b. Jan. 20, i<S3S; m. Caroline Davis. 
iv. Georgianna, b. Oct. 13, 1S40; d. 1841. 
1735 ^'- I^arlus Sylvester, b. July 19, 1S42. 

vi. Georgianna Mary, b. May 24. 1845 ; d. 1846. 
vii. Albert Eugene, b. July 17, 1S47; m. 18S1, Imogene Richards, 
viii. Marcellus, b. May 7. 1S52. 
ix. William Horace, b. Jan. 8, 1858; m. 1878, Mary Wardwell. 
X. Mary C., b. Aug. 24, i860; m. 1879, F. H. Stevens. "• 

1056. Col. Lyman (435) Sanborn, born in Standish, Me., Nov. 20, 
1813. Married July 3, 1S55, Phebe J. Leavitt of Standish. 

Children : - 

i. Elizabeth. . . , ; • . - 

ii. Mary. " . 

iii. Susan. ,< , " , 

iv. William. 

I057' JoH^' (435) Sanborn, born in Standish, Me., Oct. 14, 1818. 
Lived and died in Baldwin, ]Me. ^Married (i) Nov. 12, 1845, Harriet 
Currier; (2) Dec. 17, 1851, Sarah Richardson. 

Children : 

i. Harriet Frances, b. in Standish, Me., Sept. 28, 1852. 
ii. Emily Amanda, b. in Standish, Oct. 4, 1854. ' " •• ■ 

iii. Arthur Pierce, b. in Baldwin, Me., Oct. 11, 1857. 

1058. Lorenzo Q^ (435) Sanborn, born in Standish, Me., Nov. 27, 
1820. Lived in Baldwin, Me. Married Feb. 16, 1S54, ^^^^'Y S. Foss. 

Children : 

i. Everett Preston, b. in Standish, April 12, 1855. 
ii. Charles Milton, b. Feb. 17, 1S57, in Baldwin. 

1059. Edwin Hiram (436) S.vnborn was born in Geddes, Onondaga 
county, N. Y. His father had ventured into the far West soon atter the 
War of 1812, and was attracted into the district of the Salina Salt Springs 
by the general sentiment which brought them into public notice. His 



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402 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

mother died about 1S30, and his father did not remarry. Edwin San- 
born received his education at the Syracuse Academy ; and at the age ot 
fifteen went to live with a cousin at Middleport, N. Y. Here he worked 
three summers as clerk in a grocery, attending the academy in winter. 
After graduation, he went into the large store of Tliomas Dunlap, where 
he stayed eight years, leaving there to engage in business in Buffalo. 
Dec. 9, 185 1, jNIr, Sanborn married Pleuma Downs of Medina, X. Y., 
b. March 11, 1S29. After a few years here, he moved to Covington, Ky., 
on a manufacturing enterprise which did not succeed very well ; returning 
to Buffalo he engaged in the milling business. In 1S72 he became a com- 
mercial traveler for the Buf^\ilo Scale Co., and remained with them for 
twenty years. In 1S86 he bought a large farm in Chautauqua county. 
N. Y., which he still owns, and where he produced ten thousand baskets 
of choice grapes this year. ]Mr. Sanborn now lives in Rochester, N. Y., 
and is president of the Sanborn Letter P^ile Co., engaged in a light manu- 
facturing business in general office supplies, and especially in the produc- 
tion of letter, bill, and document files and cabinets. 

Children : 

i. Charles Downs, b. Dec. 19, 1855, in Buftalo, X. V. ; a commercial traveler, liv- 
ing in Rochester, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 26, 1S83, Anne E. Windsor of Buffalo, b. 
May II. 1862. Have had (i) Katherine Anne, b. Sept. 10, 1884; (ii) John 
Windsor, b. Dec. 24, 1891 ; (iii) Margaret, b. Sept. 13, 1893, d. 1S94. 

ii. John Ryan, b. June 7, 1862, in Buffalo; now a merchant in Lawrence. Kan.; 
m. Aug. 2, 1888, Mary L. Smith of Lawrence, b. Oct. 24, 1864. Have had 
(i) Warren Earle, b. Oct. 10, 1889. 

iii. Mary, b. Feb. 19, 1864 ; m. Dec. 24, 1889, Robert N. Martin of Brocton, N. Y. 

iv. Pleuma, b. and d. 1S6S. 

V. Edwin Warren, b. March 3, 1S70, in Buffalo; engaged in the real estate and 
insurance business there ; secretary of the South Buffalo Business Men's Asso- 
ciation ; m. March 21, 1S95, Nellie E. Choale of Buffalo, b. March 21, 1S71. 

1062. Alden B. (43S) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Jan. 24, 1834. 
Married Elizabeth Chadbourn of Sebago, Me. 

Children : 

i. LaForest. . , , . 

ii. Ernestine. 

1063. John Warren (439) Sanborn, born in Standish, Me., March 
21, 1835. Married Ruth A. Libby of Standish. 

Children : 

i. Troilus. 
ii. Ormond P. 



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Dr. Bigelow T. Sanhorn, of Augusta, Maine. 

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THE AMERICAN SANBORN'S. 4O3 

iii. Howard A. 

iv. Laura J. - . . , 

V. William H. 

vi. Adelbert. 

vii. Ethel, 

viii. Nellie. ' '' 

ix. Aravesta. 

1064. Dr. Bigelow Thatcher (439) Sanborn, was born in the town 
ot" Standisli, jMe.,July 11, 1839. Brought up on a farm, he contracted 
those habits ot" industry and frugality which have contributed so much in 
making New EngLind men successful in whatever they undertake. He 
finished his academic course at Limington Academ}', one of the oldest and 
best institutions in the state. 

After some deliberation, he wisely made the choice of the protession of 
medicine as his field of future labor and usefulness, and after a three years' 
course of hard study, graduated at the medical school of Bowdoin College 
with distinguished honors. On this account, bv the recommendation of the 
medical faculty, he was immediately selected as first assistant physician in 
the Maine State Insane Hospital, in the vear 1S66. He served in this 
capacity for seventeen years, and during this long period was eminently 
successful and won the esteem and entire confidence of the official man- 
agement of the institution. When the late distinguished and beloved Dr. 
H. M. Harlow retired, on account of physical disabilities, from the super- 
intendency of the Maine State Insane Hospital, where he had spent nearly 
forty years of active and efiicient service. Dr. Sanborn was found adequate 
to meet the demands of the occasion, and in 1S82 was elected and assumed 
the responsibilities of superintendent of the hospital. 

He immediately spent several months in investigating the workings of 
similar institutions in other states, thus early bringing to the management 
of his own charge the most advanced practice and modern modes of the 
older and larger hospitals, and a professional knowledge of the most 
approved features in the practical workings of the best asylums in the 
country. He has always been an assiduous student in medicine, and par- 
ticularly in that department of mental disease to which he has given thus 
far his lite work. His many medical essays, delivered at stated meetings 
of the profession in this and other states, have been considered as works of 
original thought and research, and have always been received with t'avor- 
able consideration. 

His large experience in mental diseases has frequently brought him into 
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404 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

have gi-eat weight and influence in determining personal cases of insanity, 
where responsibility and justice should be carefully considered. Consulta- 
tions in regard to insanity outside the routine work of the hospital have 
been and are continuallv beincr sought and arranged bv anxious families 
with Dr. Sanborn, and he has always responded, when oflicial duties 
would admit, thus securing the thanks and good-will of manv citizens. 

The several yearly reports of the trustees of the insane hospital furnish 
the best evidence of the consideration and esteem which have followed Dr. 
Sanborn in the discharge of his duties during twentv-seven vears of active 
service, which was manit'ested several years ago by giving one of the large 
buildings of the hospital the name of" Sanborn Hall." While Dr. Sanborn 
is everywhere known as an educated, painstaking, and careful physician, 
he also unites the qualifications of a practical mechanic and business man, 
which are so essential in the management of the physical wants and eco- 
nomic demands of a great state institution. 

The " History of Kennebec County, ]Maine," says : "The two large hos- 
pital buildings in the centre of the background of the institution were 
erected under the superintendence of Dr. Sanborn in 188S-9 ; in fact, less 
than one half of the present equipment of the institution was in existence 
when he was elected assistant physician in 1S66, and nearly one halt ot the 
buildings have been erected under his supervision. It is a great credit to 
the commonwealth of Maine that the existence and etliciency of so liberal 
a charity to unfortunate humanity stands as one of its proudest monuments, 
and it is only just to a broad-minded and capable public servant to note 
here that this noble institution, under the liberal provisions of the state, has 
made such progress and reached its most important period of proficiency 
within the decade marked b}' the management of Bigelow T. Sanborn." 

The social, intellectual, and moral entertainments at the hospital have 
largely increased in variety and power, with excellent results, during the 
past ten years. The increased works of art which please the eye, and the 
introduction of modern articles of comfort, have materially changed the 
appearance pf the interior of the hospital, and make it far more attractive 
to the unfortunate, but appreciative, inmates; and the artistic arrangement 
of beds of beautiful flowers and variegated shrubbery, and the shady walks 
through the extended grounds of the institution, each and all have con- 
tributed to make hospital life far more endurable, recoveries more speedy 
and sure, and collectively are a monument to the fine tastes and accom- 
plishments of Dr. Sanborn. 

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THE AMERICAN SANBORN'S. 405 

esteemed lady of Augusta, in 1S72, and her department in the hospital has 
been wisely administered and well conducted. Notwithstanding his con- 
stant and laborious public duties, Dr. Sanborn finds great enjoyment in the 
pleasures of the familv fireside, and he has given his time and influence in 
favor of the advancement of all great moral questions, and has always 
aided in all public etTorts which have contributed to the educational and 
business prosperity of the state of Maine. 

1070. Lowell (443) Sanborn, born in Gilford, N. H., Dec. 3, 1802. 
Lived in Gilford, N. H. ALarried Dec. 29, 1828, Phebe Marston of Gilford. 

Children : 

i. Richard Harrison, b. Feb. 3, 1830; living in Gilford, 1858. 
ii. Maria E., b. Aug. 24, 1831. 
iii. Marston L., b. Oct. 3, iS.;.!. 

1071. Philip Osgood (443) Sanborn, born in Gilford, N. IL, Jan. 16, 
1809. Lived and died in Gilford. Married January. 1838, Hannah Bean 
of Meredith, N. H. Died Dec. 6, 1849. " ' 

Children: -^ ' , ,^ 

i. Alvah Osgood, b. July 2, 1841. 
ii. Abba Ella, b. Oct. 13, 1S48. 

1072. Richard (443) Sanborn, born in Gilford, N. H., Jan. 11, iSii. 
Lived and died in Gilford. ^Married June, 1840, Clara B. Potter, died July 
10, 1858. He died Dec. 8, 1849. 

Children : 

i. Cyrus Alphonso. b. May 17. 1844; Co. G, 12th N. H. Inf. ", 

ii. Richard Almon, b. Jan., 1S4S. 

1073. Levi Blaisdell (445) S.\nborn, born in Gilford, X. H.. Sept. 
26, 1808. A stone-cutter and farmer in Wolfeborough, X. H. First lived 
in Gilford. Married March 24, 1834, ^^^^1"^ Ames Thurston of Gilford. 
born Dec. 7, 1808, died March 20, 18S7. He died April 20, 1S73. 

Children : 

i. William Perley. b. Feb. 12, 1S35; d. May 13, 1S90. 
ii. Elizabeth Wheeler, b. May 15, 1S36. 

iii. Frances Ellen, b. Dec. 25. 1837 ; d. unni. Dec. 12, 1855. 
iv. Mary Jane, b. Sept. 2, 1839; d. May 24, 1S52. 
V. Levi Woodbury, b. June 15, 1841. 
1742 vi. John Colby, b. Dec. 20, 1S42. 

vii. Sarah Abigail, b. Nov. 19, 1848. 



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1077. Capt. John Oilman (447) Sanborn, born in Gilford. X. II., 
Feb. 21, 1S16. Lived in Gilford. Married Lydia S. ?Iunt. 

Children : 

i. John F., b. April, 1S39; d. 1842. 
ii. George, b. April, 1S42. 
iil. John ^L, b. Aug., 1S44.; d. 184S. 

1078. Dr. George (447) Sanborn, born in Gilford, N. H., Oct. 27,- 
1820. M. D. at Dartmouth, 1850. A physician in Meredith, N. H. Mar- 
ried Feb. 22, 1847, Sophronia D. Stockbridge, born Oct. i, 1821. Died 
Nov. 10, 1888. 

Child : 

i. George Freeman, b. Aug. 17, 1857: m. Dec. 10, 1884. Charlotte J. French of 
Meredith, b. Jan. 5, 1857. Both living in Meredith. A druggist there. 
' Have had (i) Roydon W., b. .ALiy 3, 1886. 

10S2. Harriet Ward (452) Sanborn Grosvenor, born in Hampton 
Falls, N. H., Jan. 22, 1823. Married Sept. 4, 1844, Dr. Edwin P. Gros- 
venor of Newbury port, Mass., born Sept. 7, 1820, son of Dr. David A. 
Grosvenor of Pomfret, Conn. He died Dec. 13, 1856. She died Sept. 7, 
1863. 

Child: • . . 

i. Prof. Edwin Augustus Grosvenor, b. at Aug. 30, 1845. He is a descendant 
in the eighth generation, through an unbroken line of clergymen and physi- 
cians, from John Grosvenor who was tomahawked by the Indians at Ro.xbury 
in 1691. Carved on the antique gravestone, still erect in the Eustis street 
cemetery, Boston, is the Grosvenor coat of arms, the only coat of arms seen in 
the cemetery. His father, already a prominent physician, died at the early age 
of thirty-six. His mother was a highly gifted and popular writer. Shrinking 
from notoriety, she usually published anonymously. She wrote " Captain 
Russell's Watchword," '• Ellen Dacre,"" -The Old Red House," ••Climbing 
the Mountain,"' " Noonday,"' and many other juvenile books, and contributed 
poems and stories to the magazines of the day. Her son was prepared for col- 
lege mostly by her. Mr. Grosvenor graduated from .Amherst in 1S67. being 
class poet and salutatorian. He studied at Andover Theological Seminary and 
in Paris. While at Andover he met Miss Lilian Waters, who afterwards be- 
came his wife and to whom his "Constantinople"" is dedicated. For seven- 
teen years he v.as professor of history at Robert college. Constantinople. No 
locality could be more congenial and inspiring to a classical student than the 
city on the Bosphorus. It is a sort of historical centre -between three conti- 
nents. At each vacation or leave of absence Professor Grosvenor would hurr)- 
oflfto pursue some special study. His first fortnight recess was spent on the 
plain of Troy. One vacation was devoted to visiting all the localities asso- 



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ciated with Jeanne d' Arc ; another to Napoleon's Italian campaign of 1796; 
another to Iiis campaign of 18 13; another to the battle-tields around \'ienna ; 
another to points of contact in Bulgarian and Servian history: another to the 
life of Luther, and so at each opportunity to some region historic in Europe. 
Also, he traced a large part of the routes of the Ten Thousand and of Alexan- 
der, and went over all the ground covered by tlie apostolic journeys of Saint 
Paul. Still, the main subject of his thought and research, aside from his col- 
lege work, was Constantinople. That wonderful city had never been compre- 
hensively treated in any European tongue. Enjoying every possible advantage 
from long-time residence and familiarity with its multiform languages, creeds, 
and customs, possessing t'riends and helpers everywhere, he worked away at his 
, " great undertaking. Moreover, he had been thrown into acquaintance or inti- 

mate relations with many leading diplomats and savants, not only of the Otto- 
' r man Empire and Greece, but of the rest of Europe. His enthusiasm made 
his task "a labor of delight." It occupied all the spare time of fifteen years. 
. , but his reward came in the production of a book which the European and 

American press have accepted as the highest authority on Constantinople. 
■ Resigning from Robert college in 1890, he traveled the following year in north- 
; • era Syria, Asia Minor, the Greek islands, and the Balkan peninsula. Return- 

1. ing to America, he was invited to give lectures at Amherst college. In 1S92 he 

was made professor of the French language and literature at Amherst, and was 
also from 1892 to 1S94 head of the historical department at Smith college. In 
1895 he was appointed professor of European history at Amherst. His publi- 
i cations are: "The Hippodrome of Constantinople,"' London, 1SS9; " Con- 

stantinople," 2 vols., Boston, 1S95; "The Permanence of the Greek Type,'" 
Worcester, 1S97; "Contemporary History," Boston, 1899; " History of Mod- 
ern Times," New York, 1S94, a translation and revision of M. Duruv's " Histoire 
des Temps Modernes," "Andronike," Boston, 1897,3 translation of a historical 
^ romance from the modern Greek, and "A General History of the World," Boston, 

1898, a revised translation of M. Duruy's work. He has contributed over three 
hundred articles to Johnson's Universal Cyclopaedia, the more notable being 
"Constantinople," ''.Mohammedanism," "Roumania,"' "Sicily," "Svria," 
' "Turkey,"' etc., also many articles on European and Oriental subjects to lead- 
ing American reviews and periodicals. Professor Grosvenor is a member of the 
Hellenic Philologic Syllogos, Constantinople; the Society of Medieval Re- 
searches, Constantinople; the Syllogos Parnassos, Athens. Greece; the Psi 
Upsilon Club, New York ; the American Historical Association ; the National 
Geographic Society ; the American Antiquarian Society ; the Authors* Club, 
etc., and president of the Phi Beta Kappa Association of Amherst college. 

1083. Thomas Lowell (452) Saxborx, born in Hampton Falls, 
N. H., June 7, 1826. A farmer in Hampton Falls, where he lived and 
died. A prominent man in his town, serving many years as selectman, 
representative, etc. iMarried July 3, 1853, Hannah Elizabeth Green of 
Seabrook, N. H., born July 7, 1S34, still living. He died Sept. S, 1S66. 



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Children : 

i. Charles Lowell, b. Sept. 5, 1856; a manufacturer of shoes in Piltsfield, N. H. ; 
m. Oct. 13, 18S0, Jennie A. Pike. Have had (i) Addie F., b. June 27, 188 1. 
ii. Jack, b. April 12, 1S61 ; principal of Hampton academy, secretary of its trus- 
tees, and town clerk of Hampton Falls : a man of prominence in education and 
town life; has been very kind in furnishing data; m. (i) Aug. 11, 1884, 
Sarah L. Shepard of Hampton Falls, d. April 11, 1S86; (2) Bertha P. Run- 
nels, b. Sept. 13, i860. Have had (i) Thomas Lowell, b. April 4, 18S6; 
(ii) Barbara Ward, b. June 16, 1891. Mr. Sanborn moved to California in 
1898. 

1084. Joseph Thayer (452) Sanborn, born in Hampton Falls, X. H., 
April 21, 1828. Educated at Hampton and Pembroke academies. Lived 
first in Hampton Falls, then moved to California, where from 1S63 to 1869 
he was in the wholesale grocery business in San Francisco. Returned to 
Hampton Falls, and lived on the homestead. Served his town as Select- 
man and Representative. Married Aug. 10, 1876, Eliza B., daughter of 
Hon. Jefferson Janvrin of Hampton Falls and Seabrook. 

Child : 

i. Fannie Ward, b. Nov. 15, 1877. 

1087. John Shaw^ (454) Sanborn, born in Loudon, N. H., Nov. 10, 
1823. A shoemaker in Sanbornton and Meredith Center, N. H. Married 
Aug. 2, 185 1, Dorcas Adams (Brown) Chadbourn of Chelsea, Mass., 
born in Norway, Me., June 29, 1826. Both he and his wife are still living 
(1897). 

Children: 

i. Harriet E., b. May 20, 1853; m. N'ov. 15, 1870, Chas. E. Osgood of Hudson, 

N. H., and Lowell, Mass. ; living there in 1897. 
ii. Fred Waldo, b. in Loudon, N. H., Feb. 10. 1S55 ; a prominent newspaper man 
of Norway, Me., editor and proprietor of the Oxford County Advertiser, pub- 
lished at Norway, Me. ; m. Feb. 4, 1879, Laura Anna Hill, b. Nov. 2, 1856, 
of Strafford Bow Lake, N. H. Both living in Norway, without issue. 

1095. Alexander A. (460) Saneorn, born in Tuftonborough, N. H., 
Feb. 13, 1833. Educated in the schools of that town. Came to Boston in 
1849, and entered the N. E. Steam & Gas Pipe Co. In 1876, he established 
himself in business and is now at the head of a large and prosperous steam-fit- 
ting business in Post-office Square. Married Oct. 10, 1856, Abigail H., 
daughter of Daniel Beedy of Phillips, Me. Mr. Sanborn is a prominent 
Mason, and is esteemed by all who know him as a man of great judgment 
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Child : 

i. Charles H., b. Sept. 10, 1856; associated with his fatlier in business. 

1096. Caleb Leavitt (460) Sanborn, born in Tuftonborough, N. H., 
Jan. 12, 1843. Educated there and in Meredith. At eighteen came to 
Boston and learned the steam-titter's trade. Moved to Chicago but returned 
to Boston, and is now connected with the flourishing concern ot" Braman, 
Dow & Co. ISIarried Nov. 21, 1874, Elizabeth A. Favor of Manchester, 
N. H. He is a prominent Mason and Odd Fellow, and is also very well 
known in Somerville, Mass., where he resides. 

Children : 

i. Son, d. in infancy. 
ii. Daughter. 

1098. Frank Wyman (461) Sanborn, born in Meredith, N. H., June 
14, 1847. A grocer and confectioner in Baltimore, Md., where he is still 
living (1897). Married Nov. 24, 1887, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Kenison of 
Laconia, N. H., born June 21, 1850. No issue. 

1099. John Chandler (464) Sanborn, born in Hampton Falls, 
N. H., April 20. 1835. "^ farmer in Hampton Falls, where he is still liv- 
ing. Married July 9, 1855, Ann Marston, daughter of Capt. Aaron Coffin 
of Hampton, born Dec. 20, 1835. 

Children : 

i. Lester Bell, b. Sept. 28, 1858. > . 

ii. Mary Fidele, b. Jan. 25, 1861. 

iii. John Elmer, b. Oct. 5, 1863. , 

iv. Sarah Morrill, b. June 9, 1866; d. unm. May 12, 1S84. 

V. Anna Chandler, b. Aug. 7, 1S68. 

vi. Everett Prescott, b. Sept. 17, 1874. . 

vii. Bertha Garland, b. Aug. 20, 1880. 

iioo. David (466) Sanborn, born in Campton, N. H.. July 5, 1832. 
A wheelwright in North Woodstock, N. H. Married 1856, Almira M. 
Noyes of Canaan, Vt., born Sept. 19, 1836; both living. 

Children : , 

i. Wilbur J., b. Sept. 19, 1857; a merchant in Lebanon, X. H. 

ii. Amy AL, b. June 23, 1859 ; living in Boston. 

iii. Marston, b. Oct. 21, 1862; a merchant in Franklin, Mass. 

iv. Melvin, b. Oct. 21, 1862 (twin to Marston) ; living in No. Woodstock, X. H. 

V. Herbert S., b. Aug. 17, 1865 ; living in Xo. Woodstock. 



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1102. Asa D. (468) Sanborn, born in Littleton, N. H., Sept. 16. 
1827. Moved to Janesville, Wis., a farmer there. Married Angeline M. 
Taylor of Lisbon, N. H., at Whitefield, N. H., Oct. 16, 1S51. 

Children : 

i. Charles Asa, b. Nov. 23. 1S52 : " Histor\- of Sanbornton" says he is an insurance 

agent in Lemars, la. 
ii. Dr. Brigham Taylor, b. Nov. 19, 1854; said by the same authority to be a phy- 
sician in Janesville. 

1103. Edmund B. (46S) Sanborn, born in Dalton, N. H., Sept. 20, 
1831. Served two years in the Civil War, Co. A, 17th N. H. Infantry. 
Lived in Whitefield, N. H., and Oshkosh, Wis. Married Oct. 23, 1S56, 
Verona C. Parker of Carroll, X. H. 

Children : 

i. Anna, b. Aug. 11, 1S57. 

ii. Ellen, b. March 23, 1859. " . ' 

iii. Georgie Etta, b. Aug. 10, 1S62. 
iv. George B., b. 1864; cl. 1870. 
V. Charles H., b. 1868; d. 1870. 

1 104. Levi Page (469) Sanborn, born Dec. 29, 1827. Lived in 
Whitefield and Lisbon, N. H. Married Feb. 17, 1853, Elizabeth M. Tay- 
lor of Dalton, N. H. 

Children : 

\ i. Clarence C, b. Oct. 12, 1S54; one son, C. Earl, b. 1892. 

ii. Jennie E., b. April 11, 1S57. 
iii. Harry A., b. Jan. 4, 1859. 
iv. Fred B., b. Nov. 9, 1861. 

V. Charles M., b. April 2, 1866. /' .. 

vi. Mabel C, b. Dec. 12, 186S. - '. 'i ' • 

vii. Frank E., b. Aug. 14, 1874. 

1105. Francis D. (470) Sanborn, born in Littleton, X. H., Oct. 22, 
1834. Co. D, 13th X. H. Inf. (Band). Married June 9, 1S55, Caroline 
Smith; died in Bethlehem, X. H., iSSo. 

Children : 

i. Leroy S., b. Oct. iS, 1857. .. . •. . 

ii. Bertie, b. 1859. 

1 106. Luther Dow (470) Sanborn, born in Littleton, X. H., Dec. 
12, 1841. Lived first in Littleton; now (1S97) clerk in the assessor's office 



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in Grand Rapids, Mich. Married June 19, 1S69, Lizzie A. Rowell of St. 
Johnsbury, Vt., born May 19, 184S ; both living. 

Children : 

i. Irving L., b. Nov. 12, 1S71 ; a photographer in Littleton, N. H.; m. Dec. 12. 
1890, L. Louise F. Marrin of Park Hill, Ont. Have had (i) Hazel Lelia, b. 
May 2, 1S92; (ii) Irvena Jennie, b. Dec. 15, 1893. 
ii. Jennie Lelia, b. Jan. 5, 1873, d. unm. June 15. 1891. 

1 107. Col. Christopher Smith (471) Sanborx, born in Sanborn- 
ton, N. H., Oct. 29, 17S2. Lived in Sanbornton. Married Rachel, 
daughter of John Taylor of Sanbornton, Nov. 23, 1S09 : she died Dec. 13, 
1856. He was drowned in Sanbornton Bay, IVIarch 8, 1S2S. 

Children : 

1752 i. Thomas, b. Sept. 26, iSii. 

ii. Mary Jane Taylor, b. ^Llrch 9, 1816; m. Dr. W. H. Hosmer of Boscawen and 
Concord, N. H. 

1108. Col. Daniel (471) Sani;orn, born in Sanbornton, X. H., 
Sept. 13, 1797. Colonel in militia. Taught in Sanbornton and Gilman- 
ton. Went into business in [Meredith, X. H., but returned to Sanbornton 
in 1825. Married Feb. 21, 1822, FLarriet, daughter of Edward Ladd ot 
Gilmanton and Sanbornton, born March 6, 1803, died May 24, 1S85. He 
died July 23, 1878. 

Children : 

^ i. Emmeline B., b. Sept. 22, 1823; m. {i ) David Allen of Newport. N. H., d. 

185 1 ; (2) Alfred Burleigh of Sanbornton. 
ii. Hannah Ladd, b. June 7, 1825 ; m. Arthur C. Taylor of Sanbornton. 
iii. Eliza Ann, b. July iS, 1828 : m. Jacob Wadleigh of Laconia. 
iv. Lucy Jane, b. Aug. 31, 1830; m. Jonathan L. Moore of Laconia. 
V. Mary Simpson, b. Feb. 10, 1S33; m. Edwin Sanborn (516-vii). 
vi. Lucinda ^L, b. April 15, 1835 ; m. Barnard H. Burleigh of Sanbornton. 
vii. William Henry, b. Oct. 4, 1S38; a blacksmith in Laconia; m. Eliza Conner of 
that place and d. there June 9, 1878, without surviving issue. 
C 1753 viii. Otis Stackpole, b. Aug. 18, 1S41. 

ix. Esther, b. Jan. 15, 1847; m. Frank F. Libbey of Laconia, N. H., and .\Larion, 
N.J. 

1109. Jonathan (472) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton Sept. 25. 1782. 
Lived in Danville, Vt. Married March 25, 1804, >Lartha Watson, born 
Feb. 10, 1784, died March 2, 1842. He died Dec. 20. 1813. 

Child: 

i. Joel R., b. 1806. 



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mo. Daniel (472) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, July 6, 1791. 
Lived first in Vermont, then moved to Iowa. Married in Wheelock, Vt., 
June I, 1S17, Nancy Willey, born March 23, 1797, died June 15, 1854. 
He died in Burr Oak, Iowa, 1S61. 

Children : 

i. Elisha, b. in Wheelock. Vt., May 29, 1S19; d. in Ellensburg, N. Y., 1831. 
ii. C. G., b. in Sheffield, Vt., Sept. 30, 1S20; d. in Decorah, la., 1864. 

Several more, d. in infancy, 
iii. Daniel, b. in ElIensburG:. May 27, 1S32 : living in Long Prairie, Minn. 
iv. George Washington, b. in Ellensburg, N. Y., Dec. 7, 1833; a merchant in 
Maquoketa, la.; m. June 20, i860, Josephine Brown of Joliet, 111., b. 183S, 
d. July II, iSSS; had (i) John M., b. June 17. 1865; living unm. in 
Maquoketa. 

■ 1113. Capt. John (475) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, July 14, 1794- 
Moved to AVest Albany, Vt. Served as Selectman, etc., many years. 
Married Jan. 24, 1S19, Peace Davis, daughter of Benjamin Randall of 
Nottingham, N. II., born Nov. 24, 1797, died 1874. ^^ ^^^^ J^"- ^4' 
1864. 

Children : 

i. Frances Maria, b. in Wheelock, Vt., Oct. 20, 1S19; m. May 15, 1842, Proctor 

Barrett Smith of Lowell, Vt. 
ii. Frederick Orange, b. Jan. 31, 1822; d. March iS, 1S40. 

iii. Eliza Jane, b. Craftsbury, Vt., Aug. 24, 182S; m. Feb. 24, 1852, John Jason 
Haynes of Epsom, N. H., and Glover, Vt. 
1756 iv. Albert John, b. Craftsbury, Vt., Nov. 14, 1830. 

V. George Newell, b. Dec. 27, 1S35 ; "O^^' (1^97) living in Sebastopol, Cal. 

1114. JosLMi Miles (475) Sanborn, born in Wlieelock, Vt., Oct. 11. 
1797. Lived in East Albany, Vt. Married Sept. 14, 1826, ^Mary Shum- 
way, born Craftsbury, Vt., Sept. 21, 1799, died in Brattleboro, Vt., Nov. 
15, 1858. He was living in 1864. 

Children : 

i. Solomon, b. and d. 1S29. 

ii. Solon Shumway, b. in Albany, Vt.. Nov. 6, 1830: A. B. of Dartmouth, 1S63, 
first scholar in his class: LL. B., Harvard, 1S6S; moved to Oakland, Cal.. 
where in 1864, he was teaching the Oakland College school; d. in Feb., 1S75 : 
a leading lawyer of California ; m. Nov. 28, 1S71, .Mary Lucy Sheffield of Nan- 
tucket, Mass., and had (i) Sheffield Shumway, b. Sept. 2, 1872, H. U., a 
lawyer of Oakland, Cal. ; (ii) Mary Cora, b. 1S74, d. iSSi. Mr. Sanborn's 
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iii. Mary Augusta Elzina, b. in Albany, Vt., June 6, 1834; in 1864 living in P'rank- 

lin, N. H. ; afterwards a teacher in Boston, 
iv. Nancy Maria, b. in Albany, \'t., June 12, 1S37: d. young. 

1115. Axsox (475) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., July 22, 1S04. 
An extensive manufacturer and merchant; a dyer and woolen manutacturer 
in Vermont ; moved to Massachusetts, and engaged in the manufacture ot 
plough material; later moved to x-\ddison, N. Y., where he had a govern- 
ment contract for making stretchers for the wounded. Married in Dedham. 
Mass., Feb. 18, 1833, Hannah King, daughter of Moses Bancroft of 
Oxford, Mass., born March 3, 1807. He died at New Brighton, Staten 
Island, Jan. 24, 1S75. 

Children : 

i. Julia Elizabeth, b. in St. Johnsbury, Vt., March 4. 1835; m. Alonzo H. Parks 

of Palmer, Mass., later a treasury clerk in Washington, D. C. 
ii. Delia Isabella, b. in Charleston, Vt., Oct. 29, 1S37; m. Louis Gano of West 

New Brighton, X. Y. 
1759 ii'- ^^oel Byron, b. Jan. 21, 1S40. 

iv. George Hiram, b. in Auburn. Mass., Dec. 31, 1846; in 1876 teller in Atlantic 

bank of Brooklyn, N. V. 
V. Lucy Frances, b. Feb. 28. 1S49: unm. 
vi. D. Maria, b. in Claflin, Conn., Sept. 16, 1S52 ; m. Arthur P. Hill of Addison, 

N. Y. 

1 1 16. George Washington (475) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt.. 
Aug. 8, 1807. Moved to Windsor, O. Married Jan. 31, 1837, Hannah 
Hooper, born in Jetlerson county, O., in February, 181 2, died June 16, 
1845. He died Sept. 24, 1845. 

Children: 

i. Johu B., b. in Windsor, O., Dec. 6, 1837. 

ii. Mary Ann, b. Feb. i, 1S40; m. Sept. 12, 1S5S. Robert Henry of Windsor, O. 
iii. George Washington, b. April 8. 1S43; served in Company F, Seventy-seventh 
Ohio Infantry, and died at Camp Memphis. Tenn., Aug. 14. 1862. 

1 118. Daniel (476) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Dec. 13, 1796. 
Married in 1820, Sarah, daughter of Samuel Mitchell of St. Albans, Vt., 
born in 1796; died May 23, 1857. He died Feb. 22, 1S77, in Kenosha, 
Wis., where he lived the last years of his life. 

Children : 

i. Charles Henry, b. in St. Albans, Vt., April 13, 1821: lived and died in 
Kenosha, Wis., where he m. Dec. 31, 1S4S. Lucy Knowlton. b July 26. 1S28, 
d. Jan. 7, 1S97; he d. Sept. 27, 1882, leaving one son. Charles Edgar, b. 
Jan. 27, 185 1, still living, a bookkeeeper, in Kenosha. 



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ii Elmira, b. Nov., 1823; m. Thomas Bartlett of Kenosha, 
iii. John II., b. April, 1S26; d. unni. June, 1S57. 
iv. Daniel K., b. 1828; d. unm. 

V. Sarah Pauline, b. 1832 ; m. Hannahs of Kenosha. 

vi. James O., b. Nov. 8, 1S40; living in Wathena, Kan. 

1 1 19. Benjamin (476) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., Oct. 16, 179S. 
Lived and died in Lyndon, Vt., a farmer there. Married Oct. 26, 1830, 
Abigail B. Stanton of Danville, Vt., born Sept. 30, 1810, died April 22, 
1876. He died Aug. 2S, 1S76. 

Children : 

i. Isaac Wheeler, b. Feb. 16, 1833 ; living unm. in Lyndonvilie, Vt. ; a very prom" 
inent citizen there ; Town Clerk and Treasurer ; President Lyndon Savings 
Bank; Secretary and Treasurer Lyndon Institute. 
ii. Martha Augusta, b. Dec. 19, 1S37; m. Nov. 10, 1S6S, Dr. J. Wesley Copeland ; 
. , d. Nov. 18, 1895. 

1 1 20. 'Squire William (476) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., Nov. 
18, t8oo. Married Nov. 25, 1S25, AL^ry Page of Wheelock. Lived first 
in Wheelock. where he served as Selectman and Representative. Moved to 
Jefferson, Wis., where he became prominent in public affairs and served in 
many public offices, as County Treasurer, Chairman of the Board of Super- 
visors, etc. Writing to D. H. S. in 1861, he says, — "I was born and 
raised on the Green Mountains of Vermont, and got my education in log 
schoolhouses built in the woods." 

Children : 

i. Emily, b. Nov. 3, 1S26; m. Dr. Henry White Johnson of Jetterson, Wis. 
ii. P^dwin, b. Nov. 14, 1827; d. 1S29. 
iii. George, b. March 19, 1S30; d. 1S39. 
iv. Caroline, b. March 4, 1832; m. June, 1S55, Jerome Walker Chubbuck of 

Stevens" Point, Wis. 
V. Alden, b. March 24, 1834; an editor in Wausau, Wis., and later a farmer in 

Jefferson, Wis. 
vi. Roswell, b. July 19, 1837. 

vii. Judith Ann, b. March 19, 1840; m. March, 1S60, Wni. Kennedy of Wausau, 
Wis. 
^.^viii. George, b. March i, 1842. j, J^r^eif H^-^' .ti-LcreS^^ ^. C r ,.^^l'r-h'''^-^ 
ix. William, b. Sept. 11, 1844. 
X. Mary, b. Jan. 7, 1848; d. 1S59. 

1121. Elisiia (476) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., Jan. 2, 1803. 
Lived first in Wheelock, then in St. Johnsbury, Vt. ^L^rried April, 1S28, 
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1122. Jonathan M. (476) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., Aug. 31, 
iSii. Lived in Wheelock. ^^larried Hannah Sherburne. Died Aug. 6, 

1843. 

1123. Charles (476) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., Aug. 8, 1S17. 
A farmer in Lyndon, Vt., where he lived and died. Married November, 
1839, Nancy P. Hill, born Sept. 17, 1S20. He died Oct. 9, 1876. 

Children : 

i. William H., b. Jan. 30, 1841 : m., and d. Dec. 14, 1S84. 

ii. Joel F., b. June 21, 1S42. 

iii. Julia A., b. Oct. 22, 1S43; m. Abel Ouimby of Springfield, Mass. 

iv. Frederick F., b. July 4, 1S46; d. 1855. 

V. Mary J., b. Jan. 3, 1S48. 

vi. Austin G., b. Dec. 20, 1S49. 

vii. Jonathan Oilman, b. March 16, 1S53; living, a bookkeeper, in Chicago. 

viii. Myra E., b. July 6, 1857; m. Frank B. Watson of Three Rivers, Mich., Sept. 

15, 1880. 
ix. Martha L., b. March 26, 1S59: m. Nov. 9, 18S1, Wm. J. \\ illard of Somerville, 

Mass. 

1124. Benaiah (477) S.\NBORN, bom in Gilmanton, N. H., Aug. 20, 
1806. A farmer in Manchester, N. H. Married June 12, 1S39, Emily 
Ham, born Sept. 6, 1816; died Oct. 17, 1S71. He died Jan. 15, 1873. 

Children: 

i. Wheelock Kimball, b. in Bethlehem. N. H., May 6, 1842 : a machinist, living 
, in E. Los Angeles, Cal. ; m. June 19, 1867, Emma Pike of Manchester, N. H., 
b. Sept. 12, 1S42. Have had (i) Inez May. b. Nov. 6, 1870, d. 1874: (ii) 
Elmer Wheelock, b. and d. 1S71 ; (iii) Fred Kimball, b. and d. 1872: (iv) 
Henry Leonard, b. Aug. 1875, d. 1S76: (v) Clarence Kendall, b. March 20, 
1879; (^"i) Leon Eugene, b. Dec. 30, 1882; (vii) Nina Maud, b. Oct. 21, 
1884. 
ii. Lucy Ann, b. Feb. 22, 1S44; living in Los Angeles. 
iii. Moses Elbridge, b. Nov. 18, 1845; d. in Manchester, January, 1876. 
iv. Lilian Almira, b. March 15, 1858; d. Sept. 15, 1871. 

1125. Caleb ^Iastin ^478) Sanborn, born Aug. 22, 17S8. A farmer 
and blacksmith in New York and Illinois. At the time of his death was 
overseer in a coal mine near Rock Island, 111. Married Huldah Hanks ot 
Hoosick, N. Y., born May 11, 1798; died July 23, 1S77. He died in 184S. 

Children : 

i. Luther Hanks, b. in Petersburg, N. Y., July 23, 1823; d. in Red BlutT, CaJ., 
1865. 



4l6 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

ii. Nelson Porter, b. July 2, 1S25 : drowned on the Central America, on liis return 

from California, in 1^58. 
iii. Julia A., b. Oct. 25, 1827; m. Aug. 29, 1849, Moses Ripperton ; d. in Maquo 
keta, la., June 25, 1S57. 
1770 IV. Caleb Mastin, b. in Lockport, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1S36. 

V. Marcelia Huldah, b. Oct. 27, 1S38: ni. A. L. Day of LaGrange Co., Ind. ; now 
living in Pomona, Cal. 

1 1 27. James Madison (479) Sanborn, born in North Hampton, N. H., 
March 4, 1809. A stone mason in Holderness, N. H. Married (i) Mercy 
Dearborn, died 3-oung ; (2) Deidamia Edgerly, born April 3, 1810, died 
Feb. 7, 1S96. He died ]May 15, 1S65. 

Children : 

i. Mercy Ann. 
ii. Phebe Ellen. 
1773 iii. De.\ter, b. March 20, 1843. 

iv. Parker Edwin, b. March 2, 1846; d. unni. in South Dakota, May 25, 1S94. 

1 128. Jacob (4S0) Sanborn, born in Raymond, N. H., April 8, 178S. 
A farmer in Warner, N. H., where he lived and died. Married Mary, 
daughter of Humphrey Morse of Boscawen, N. H., born ]May 14, 1795 ; 
died in 1S58. He died Jan. 11, 1856. 

Children : . ... 

i- i. Judith, b. June 7, 1815; m. Silas Farmer; d. Sept. 10, 1893. 

ii. Joshua, b. Aug. 17, 1S17; a farmer in Plenniker N. H. : m. March 12, 1835, 
Nancy T. Foster of Henniker, b. July S, 1816, still living; he died April 6, 
\ • 1886, leaving one child, Mary J., b. April 27, 1836; m. Thos. F. Tucker of 

Henniker, where she is still living. 

iii. Betsey, b. Sept. 13, 1S20; m. Carter of Henniker. 

iv. Sarah Amanda, b. July 4, 1822 ; m. W. Plummer Elliot; d. Dec. 6, 1896. 

1 129. John (4S0) Sanborn, born in Warner, N. H., Dec. 6, 1804. A 
farmer in Warner, where he lived and died. Married Nov. 11, 1S30, Sylvia 
Colby of Henniker, born July 6, 1809; died May 17, 1893. He died Dec. 
17, 1856. ■- ->. .c - 

Children : 

i. Warren, b. April 10, 1833 ; a farmer in Henniker. N. H. : m. May 11, 187 i, Mary 
B. Butters of Concord, N. H., b. June 13, 1846; both living. Have had (i) 
Emma B., b. June 7, 1873 '•, "i- •'^'Jg- '4. '894' Nathan B. George of Spencer, 
Mass. ; (ii) Arthur W., b. July 24, 1878, lining in Henniker. 

ii. Wilbur, b. April 11, 1S35; lived in Franklin, N. H. ; m. Sarah F. Mead: d. 
Nov. 6, 1875. 

iii. Lydia B., b. July 16, 1S45 ; m. May 2, 1876. Heman B. Patterson of Henniker. 



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1130. Capt. Stephen (4S1) Sanborn, born June 10, 1796. Lived in 
Chesterville, Me. ; served in the War of 1812. Married July 9, 1S17, 
ALuy Fellows. 

Cliildren : 

i. Lydia, b. May 28, iSiS; m. .March 8, 1843, Rev. John Pl-.illips, a M. E. minLs- 

ter of Avon, Me. 
ii. Jonathan, b. Feb. 15, 1S20: lived in So. Chesterville, .Me.: m. Aug. i, 1S55, 
Sarah Morrill; had (i) Alvin Oliver, b. April 2, 1855; (ii) Arvilla Jo.serhine. 
b. April 25, 1859; (iii) Daughter, b. March 16, 1S62. 
1775 iii. Moses, b. Jan. 24, 1822. 

iv. Stephen, b. June 17, 1824; d. April 25, 1S53, at So. Natlck, Mass. 

1131. John (481) Sanborn, born 'Sl^y 31, 1798. Lived in Strong. Me. 
Married Nancy Gordon. 

Children : 

i. Hannah, b. Oct. 15, 1821 ; m. Gustavus Holman. 

ii. Adaline, b. Oct. 23, 1823; m. E. .M. Bridges, 
iii. Mary Jane, b. Nov. 5, 1826; d. 1S39. 
iv. Nancy Ann, b. March 10, 1830; m. Willard Stoddard. 

V. Elvira, b. Aug. 22, 1S33; d. 1834. 
vi. Elvira, b. July 4, 1836; m. William Tarbox. 
vii Thomas G., b. June 8, 1S40. 

1 132. Moses (481) Sanborn, born June 18. 1806. Lived in Avon, 
Me. Married (i) Pamelia Chapman ; (2) in 1828, Sally Dow. 

Children : 

i. Martha, b. May 15, 1825; m. Daniel Rich. 

ii. Child, d. young. ■ ' " ' 

iii. Child, d. young. 
, iv. Byron, b. Sept. 6, 1S30; m. Phebe W. Ingham; lived in .-Vvon, .Me. Had 

two children, — Ida and Eldora. 
V. Pamelia, b. July 28, 1832; m. \Vm. S. Dow. 
vi. Moses, b. Nov. 28, 1834: m. .Mary Clark. 
vii. Ann Elizabeth, b. July 5, 1840 ; d. July 30, i860. ' 

^^33' James (481) Sanborn, born Xov. 22, 180S. Lived in Vienna, 
Me. Married Clarissa Gordon. 
Children : 

i. Jonathan G., b. Feb. 27, 1830; m. Betsev Riggs : lived in Vienna. .Me. Had 

(i) Charles .\., b. Feb. 11. 1S56; (ii) Helen E., b. Nov. 10, 1S57. 
ii. Moses, b. .May 15, 1S34; d. 1S35. 
iii. Ann E., b. Aug. 7, 1S36; d. 1839. 

iv. Noah G., b. June 30, 1839: m. Nov. 4, i860, .Martha Amanda Carrier; lived 
in Vienna, Me. 

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V. Olive Ann, b. Sept. 17, 1845. 

vi. Mary Ellen, b. April 28, 1848. 

vii. George B., b. June 3, 1S50. 
: 1135. George Sears (4S3) Sanborn, born in Cambridcre, Vt., June 

I 9, 1814. A farmer in Derby, Vt. Married Nov. 9, 1843, Euphrata M. 

I Keacli, born Jan. 19, 1817, died June 28, 1895. He died Dec. i, 1893. 

i Children : 

i i. Alma Atlanta, b. April 17. 1845 : "i. Heath of Derby, Vt. ; she still lives 

I there, and is engaged in the maniif^xcture and sale of a cr.^am tor the com- 

i _ . plexion. 

i • ii. Lovell Keach, b. Nov. 4. 1848; lives in Providence, R. I. 

1 iii. Homer Glenalva, b. May 5. 1852: a watchman in Providence, R. I. : m. Aug. 

I 24, 187S, Elizabeth .Murray of liarton Landing, Vt., b. Jan. 24, 1859. Have 

\ had (i) Ethel G., b. Dec. 31. iSSi ; (iij Carl Murray, b. April 3, 1SS3: (iii) 

i ■ Mae Lilian, b. Aug. 10, 1SS6; (iv) Myrtle, b. Jan. 2, 1S91; (v) Annie 

I Grace, b. .March 31, 1S94; (vi) Homer Glenalva, b. April 15, 1897. 

1 1137. Elias Hasket Derby (4S6) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton May 

I 23, 1804. Married Julv 4, 1833, Elizabeth M. Goodhue of Lowell, Mass., 

1 born June 13, 1810, still living. Moved to Freeport, 111.,— a farmer there. 

I Died Dec. 20, 1873. 

I Children : 

[ i. Helen A., b. April i, 1834; m. Oct. 10, 1854, C. P. Hunt, and d. .NLay22, 1872. 

I ' ii. Mary S., b. and d. 1S41. " ■ • ' ■ • 

I 1778 iii. Charles Goodhue, b. May 26. 1843. 

iv. Eliza B., b. Dec. 25. 1S46; m. Smith D. Downs of St. Paul. 

1138. Edward (488) Sandborn, born June 17, 1806. Lived in Port- 
land, Mich. >Larried in Cato, Mich., Oct. 23, 1827. Betsey Ann Ingham, 
born June 23, 1810, in Medfield, Mass. See -Smith Genealogy." Died 
April 28, 1879. 

Children : - . . . 

i. Lawrence, b. Mav 22. 1829; m. (i) July 9, 1871. Libbie Poe of R. R- Flats. 
Cal., b. Feb. 14, 1832. d. .May 29, 1872; (2) April 2, 1S79. Eliza Carr, b. 
Dec. 4, 1850. A farmer in Portland, Mich. Had (i) Libbie. b. May 20, 
1872; (ii) Edna Alvina, b. Feb. 4, 'S80; (iii) Alta .-\lmeda, b. June^24, 
1882; (iv)Clifton Allen, b. Aug. 4. 1S85; (v) Ernest Edward, b. Oct. 13. 1887- 
ii. Justus, b. April 16. 1831 ; m. .May 15, 1S54. Harriet Evans, b. .-Vug. 4. i^37j 
a tinsmith, served in .Michigan cavair}. and d. Oct. 28. 1S65. Had (1) Chf- 
" ' •■'■' ford Lawrence, b. April 31, 1855, d in Salina, Kan., Dec. 4, 1878; (ii) Helen 

A.,b. 1856, d. 1859; (iii) Elzora Sophia, b. Jan. 18. 1858. m. Andrew 
Travis; (iv) Alice Lincoln, b. Sept. ll, 1 863. m. Joshua Smith: (v) Berenice 
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THE AMERICAN SAXBORXS. 4I9 

iii. Temperance Matilda, b. April 11, 1833; m. Willard Weed of Portland, Mich. 

iv. Columbus, b. June 29. 1S37; m. Aur^. 12, 1S60, Sarah Gibbs. b. Jan. 14; 1S44. 
Served in 21st Mich. Inf.; confined in Libby Prison. Had (i) Cb.ester 
Edward, b. May 20, 1S61, a teacher and farmer in Portland, Mich., ni. Feb. 
27, 1SS6, Clara Adelle Travis and had Jessie, b. 188S, Henry, b. 18S9 : (ii) 
Helen M., b. Nov. 6, 1862, m. Rev. J. \V. Scoles ; (iii) .Albert Riley, b. 
April 18, 1866, m. Cora .Ann Schnupp; (iv) Lawrence W., b. .May 25. 1S69: 
(v) .May B.. b. May 23. 1S71 ; (vi) Eliza Bell, b. 1S74, d. 1879; (vii) .\rlie 
Bell, b. .Aug. 28, 187S; (viii) Alice B., b. Dec. 13, 1SS4. 
V. Josephine Latetia, b. March 20, 1S47. 

vi. Morrison, b. July 22, 1849; '^ farmer in Portland; m. March 22, 1870, Marj- 
Matthews, b. .March 30, 1851. Had (i) Blanche A., b. June 16, 1S71 : (ii) 
Ira B., b. 1S73. d. 1S75; (ii') Fred E., b. Aug. 13, 1875; (iv) ELva R.. b. 
Sept. 9, 1877; (v) Ernest Barney, b. Jan. 9, 1S81; (vi) George, b. and d. 
18S5; (vii) Clara L, b. 18S6, d. 1S90. 

vii. Irvin. b. .May 30, 1S51 : m. July 8, 1S74, Ettie (Perry) Otto; lived at Bogue 
Chitto. Miss. 

1 139. ExocH (4SS) Saxdborx, born July 30, 1S16. A farmer in 
Allen, N. Y., and Portland, Mich. Served three years in 5th Mich. Cav- 
alry. ^Married Sept. 22, 1S35, Fannv M. Ingham, born Aug. 24, 1S16, 
died May 12, 1S62. [She was sister ot* wives of 113S and 4SS-vi.] He 
died Oct. 15, 1S74. 

Children : . . • " ' 

i. Mehitabel A., b. Sept. iS, 1837; ni. .Aug. 14, 1853, Lyman Ayrault of Lock- 
port, X. Y., and d. Jan., 189S. 
ii. Norman Thomas, b. Jan. 28, 1841 ; Deputy Sheriff in Port.and, Mich. : m. (i) 
March i, 1S39, Mary E. Dinsmore j (2) Aug. 16, 1863. Janet L. Davis of 
Portland, b. March 22, 1841, d. March, 1S97. Had (i_) Lyman Norman, b. 
Sept. 16, 1866, living unm. in Portland; (ii) Fanny L., b. Jan. 25, 1S69, m. 
Feb. 14, 1S89, Lewis C. Gardner of Portland. 
- ' iii. Anna ^L, b. Oct. 9. 1S42: m. Dec. iS, 1S60, John B. Dinsmore of Portland, 

^t Mich., who d. ^Larch 19, 1-898. She has contributed this account of her 
branch. 

1 140. Hox. JoH.x (4S9) Saxborx. born in Parsonsfield, Me., April 22. 
1793. A merchant in Boston, D. II. S. says, but lived most ot" his life in 
Parsonsfield, Me. Married Feb. 17, 1S17, Esther C, daughter of Rev. 
Edmund Eastman of Limerick, Me., born iSoi, died March 20, 1S51. He 
died Feb. 18, 1S6S. 

Children : 

i. Edmund Eastman, b. ; m. Elizabeth Freeman, and had one child, Nancy. 

ii. John. 

iii. Charles A., b. ; m. Phebe Brown, and had (i) Charles; (ii) Edmund: 

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iv. Erastus E., b. ; m. Letitia T. McLoud, and had (i) Anna Letitia, m. Chas. 

Martin; (ii) Carrie Eastman, d. July i, 1877- 

V. William H., b. ; m. Anna Sabin, and had one child, Lillie, m. 

Forsyth. 

vi. John, b. ; d. young. 

vii. Harriet Eastman, b. ; living in Chelsea, Mass. ' 

viii. Lucia Ann. b. ; m. Daniel McLean; d. 18S6. -, '■ 

ix. Edward. 

1 141. Benjamin (4S9) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., Feb. 22, 
1798. Married April 30, 1820, Sarah Scribner of Webster, Me., grand- 
daughter of Deborah (Wentworth) Ricker, born 1802, died Nov. 20, 1877. 
A fanner in Webster and Lewiston, Me. Died Sept. 28, i8S.i. 

Children : 

1780 i. David S., b. Aug. 18, 1821. 

ii. Nancy P., b. Jan. 13, 1S24; d. 1840. 
iii. Elthena H., b. Sept. 5, 1826; m. May 26, 1853, John ^L Jameson; (2) Nov. 

2, 1864, Given Jameson. 
iv. Hannah B , b. March 14. 1S30: m. Geo. W. Crockett, Dec. 29, 1856. 
; ' V. Amzi. b. June 29. 1S40: a teacher ; m. ^L Emma Davis, .April 26, 1866. Had 

(i) Mary E., b. May 29, 1S68. 

1142. Capt. Luther (489) Sanborn, born in Par.<^onsfield, Me., April 
30, 1803. A verv prominent man in his locality: served through all the 
grades "in the militia ; represt-nted Parsonsfield in the state legislature, 
1858-59, state senate. 1853-65. A successful merchant and stock raiser; 
accumulated a considerable property. Married Nov. 3, 1826, Sarah, 
daughter of John H.iyes of Limerick, Me., born Oct. i, 1804, died Oct. 
27, 1877. He died April 27, 1865. , ' . ; 

Children: . ' - 

i. Hann..h B.itchdder. b. Feb. 2, 1S28; m. 1853, S. H. Brickett of Nevston Cen- 
tre, .\Lass. 
• ii. Jane Adims, b. J m. 20. 1830; m. Geo O. Sanborn (i790- 

1781 iii. John Hayes, b. Nov. 5, 1832. ^, 

1782 iv. Charles Franklin, b. Sept. 12, 1835. 

1783 V Edwin Lutht-r. b. Jan. 13, 1S40. 

vi. Sarah Frances, b. July 25. 1S42 : m. April 23, 1873. ^ev. Russell H. ConweH 
of Philadelphia, pastor of the principal Baptist church there, and a lecturer ot 
note. 

vii. xMary Hayes, b. Dec. 15. 1844: d. 1846. "' '' ■' ' 

1 143. Ira EmviN (489) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., March 
4, 1806. A broker and salesman of Boston. Married June 16, 1832, 



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Hannah, daughter of Joshua Hodgdon of Ossipee, N. H., b. Feb. i6, iSio, 
died Aug. 14, 1S70. lie died Jan. 24, 1859. 

Children : 

1784 i. Ira Edwin, b. April 27, 1S33. 

ii. Charles Henry, b. June 10, 1834; m. Dec. 30, 1863, Maria A. (O'Leary) 
Nugent; served as Capt. 2Sth Mass. Inf. in Civil War; d. Dec. 15, 1867, 
without issue. 

1785 iii. John Murray, b. Jan. 16, 1836. 

1786 iv. Washington Irving, b. Dec. 24. 1S36. 

V. Hannah Hodgdon, b. Dec. i, 183S; d. 1S41. 
vi. Martha Ann, b. Aug. 30, 1840; d. unm. Sept. 22. 1S93. 
vii. Hannah Hodgdon, b. May 29, 1843: d. unm. Aug. 20, 1892. 
viii. Lydia Ellen, b. and d. 1846. 

1 144. Dr. Amzi (489) Saxborx. born in Par.^onsfield. Me.. Jan. i, 
1809. Studied medicine in New York; M. D. in 1S32. New York College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. Practised in Ohio, and Wt-st Dedham. Mass., 
but his health failed, and returning to Parsonsfit-ld. ht- spent his last days 
there. Married (i) Sept. 10, 1S35, Julia A. Pierce of Cliesterviile, Me., 
died 1852 ; (2) Dec. 6, 1855, Mary Wheeler of Phillips, Me. 

Children : 

i. Child, d. young. 
ii. Child, d. young, 
iii. EUena A., b. May 10. 1S36; m. Dr. F. M. Ev. rlclh of I'hillips, Mt. ; still living 

there. 
iv. Juliet C, b. March i, 1839: d. 1840. 
V. Marshnian W., b. Feb. 20, 1S41 ; ni. G. Augusta Talbot of Norwood, .M,.ss. : d. 

April 25, 1884; his wife and family still live in Norwood. Mass. 
vi. Edward W., b. Feb. 19, 1845 '- ^'^^'^^ unm. at U. S. arsenal, Benicia, Cal. 
vii. Unnamed son, d. in infancy. 
viii. Apphia W., b. Jan. 16, 1S61 ; m. A. M. Greenwood of Phillips. Me. 

1145. Bexjamix (490) Saxborx, born in Gilford, N. H., March 3, 
1793. A farmer in Gilford, where he lived and died. Married (i) April 
19, 1819, Sally, daughter of John Smith of Meredith, born Nov. 19, 1797. 
died June 4, 1834: (2) July 6, 1837, Lucinda, daughter of Dea. Caleb 
Marston. He died Oct. 11, i860. 

Children: 

i. Eben S., b. .March 6, 1820; m. April 24, 1846. Joanna Elizabeth Ferguson, b. 

March 14, 1825 ; she came from Pelham, N. H. Had (i) John Smith, b. Feb. 

3, 1847; (ii) Sarah Jane, b. Feb. 28, 1850. 
ii. Susan C, b. June 8, 1832. 



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iii. ArvinM., b. May 21, 1S38; Co. C, N. H Inf. ; .deserted in 1S62. 
iv. Adelaide A., b. June 2, 1846 : d. 1S49. 
V. Benjamin F., b. June 16, 1S45 ; Co. F, Sth X. H. Inf. 

1 146. Dr. John Tiltox (490) Saxborx, born in Gilford, X. H., 
March 17, 1794. Studied medicine; M. D. at Dartmouth, 1819. A well- 
known physician in New Hampshire. Held many public othces,— was 
justice of the peace for many years, and representative for two terms. 
Married 1S25, Aviary, daughter of Major Ebenezer Kimball of Hill, X. H., 
who died in Lowell', Mass., aged 76. He died in Jonesborough, Ala., Oct. 
21, 1840. 

Children : ' . 

1789 i. Ebenezer Kimball, b. Jan. 24, 1S28. 

ii. Emily Clark, b. 1S34; d. June 14. 1852, in Rindge, X. H. 

1146A. Nathaxiel Tiltox (490) Saxborx, born in Gilford, N. H., 
May 26, 1795. A t"armer in Maine and Canada. Married Aug, 7, 1831, 
Hannah Somers Herrick, born May 11, 1792. 

Children : 

i. Eliza, b. Sept., 1818. 
ii. Benjamin, b. 1S20. 
iii. Nathaniel, b. 1822. 

iv. Charles, b. in Canada, March 20, 1S24 ; a merchant in Somersworth, X. H. : m. 

(I) 1845, Sarah Ann, dau. of John Wentworth, b. July 30, 1S21, d. July 19, 

1851 ; (2) June 6, 1S54. Elizabeth Ann Morse. Flad (i) John Wentworth. b. 

•> ' '■' Dec. 14, 1845, m. Maria Perkins of Great Falls, X. H.; (ii) Gustavus Went- 

\' ' worth, b. Dec. 5, 1847 : (iii) Charles Edgar, b. April 27, 1856, d. young: (iv) 

Sarah E., b. Dec. i, 1S57 : (v) Arthur V., b. Nov. 21, 1858 : (vi) Annie F., 

.. . b. June 8, i860; (vii) Eleanor J., b. Aug. 4. 1S62; (viii) and (i.x) Mary L. 

^" and Martha \V. (twins), b. May 16, 1865 ; (x) Carrie B., b. Jan. 5, 186S; (xi) 

■ Charles H., b. Oct. 6, 1870; (xii) Grace, b. March 24, 1S74; (xiii) Fred. b. 

Jan. 5, 1877. ^ ^ 

1 147. Abiel (490) Saxborx, born in Gilford, Nov. 2, 1796. A farmer 

in Gilford, where he lived and died. Married Feb. 23, 1S22. Livonia, 

daucrhter of John S. Osgood of Gilford, born >Liy 4, 1S04, survived her 

first^husband and married (2) John P. Smith of Gilford. Abiel Sanborn 

died July 29, 1S52. .^ ,, 

Children: 

i. Mary Jane, b. Aug. 14, 1S22; d. June 3, 1S40. 

1790 ii. John Osgood, b. Aug. 12, 1824. 

iii. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 17, 1S27 ; d. 1829, 

1791 iv. George Orlando, b. May 21, 1829. 



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■' V. Emily Mnria, b. and d. 1841. 
- vi. Edwnrd Alonzo, b. Oct. 28, 1833; ni. Susan, dau. of Xeliemiah Sleeper of Gil- 
ford ; d. April 14, 1S95; widow lives in Lakeport, X. H.. willi her sons, — (i) 
George Edward, b. April 3, 1S54; (ii) William. 
vii. Melvina Fitzland, b. Dec. 31, 1S35 : m. Thos. J. Folium; still living in Haver- 
hill, Mass. 
viii. Henry Albert, b. .A.ug. 17, 1S39: Co. H, 12th N. H Inf.. in Civil War: a car- 
penter, still living in Laconia, X. H.: m. Aug. 17, 1S62, Anna E. Bacon of 
Laconia, b. March 11, 1S40. }lave had (i) Albert S., b. Jan. 19. 1863; (ii) 
Caroline L., b. Sept. 4, 1866; (iii) Warren B., b. Xov. 24, 1S72. 

1 148. Capt. Isaac Smith (490) Sanbor.x, born in Gilford, X. II.. 
April 21, iSoo. A sea captain; lived in Maine. Married in 1S21, Almira 
Ryerson of Portland, Me., born in 1S04 ; died Sept. 12, 1886. He died 
May 30, 1852. 

Children : 

i. Caroline, b. May 30. 1S33. 
ii. Samuel, b. Oct. 21, 1835. 
iii. Isaac, b. Aug. 9, 1S38. 

iv. John L., b. Sept. 5, 1844; a hotel keeper in Charlestown, N. H. ; m. Sept. 6. 
1876, Nancy Janet Howe of Ludlow, Vt., b. Oct. 8, 1S44; both still living, 
without issue. _ " 

V. Peter F., b. March 4, 1S49. 

1 149. Darius (491) Sanborx, born in Littleton. X. H., April 19, iScS. 
An upholsterer and cabinet maker. Lived tor a time in Crown Point, X'. Y., 
but later moved to Kansas. Married Delina Crossman of Crown Point, 
born March 19, 1816 ; died in Lincroft, X. J., March 17, 1S91. He died 
in Wyandotte, Kan., June 24, 187 1. 

Children : 

i. Abisher Alamander, b. March 28, 1835 : a milk dealer in Lincroft, X. J. : m. (i) 
Ellen S. Robinson; (2) Isabella Shafto. 

ii. Elizabeth L., b. Feb. 16, 1837; m. James Hutchinson, of Scotch e.xJraction ; he 
lived in California, and d. there Feb. 13, 1S91 ; his witiow lived in Oakland, 
Cal. ; d. there P'cb. 19, 189S. 

iii. Sylvester, b. July 25, 1839; served in the Civil War. and was killed in 1864. 

iv. Frances Antoinette, b. .March 22, 1S42 ; m., and d. in .Albany, X V.. July 4. 188S. 
V. Timothy, b. .May i, 1845; d. 1847. 

vi. Dama Ann, b. Xov. 8, 1846; m. June 22, 1864, George W. Gordon, b. in Low- 
ell, Mass., June 22. 1836: ];oth now living in Lynn. .Mass. 

vii. Stephen Paul, b. Oct. 12, 1851, in Ticonderoga, X. Y. ; a stonecutter in Red 
Bank, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 28, 1877, Kate Cavanagh. b. .May 9. 1859. Have had 
(i) Arabella, (ii) Walter, (iii) Ralph Ray. (iv) Kate Anne, (v) Olive Viola, 
(vi) Jessie Naomi, (vii) Alice .Angeline. 



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viii. Henry Millard, b. July 27, 1850; a florist in Oakland, Cal. ; m. May i, 1S78, 
Sarah Kllen Gladding of Oakland, b. Oct. 5, 1S52; both living. Have had 
(i) Abigail Delina, b. Dec. 21, 1S79; (ii) Edgar Madison, b. Dec. i, 1880. 
ix. Alfred N., b. April 19, 1852; livin;; in Asbury Park, N. J. 
X. James Alvah, b. Oct. 15, 1855 ; living in Lincrofl, N. J. 
xi. Unnamed child, b. and d. 1854. 

xii. George Orange, b. Sept. 13, 1S37; in life insurance business in Chicago, 111.; 
m. May 30, 1S77, Minnie M. Chison of Red Bank, X. Y., b. Sept. 3, i860. 
No issue. 

1 150. William Edwin (491) Sanrorn, born in Betiilehem, N. H., 
Oct. 19, 1835. A mason in Betiilehem, where he lived and died. Married 
Luthera E. Watson. Died July 19, 1S92. 

Children : 

i. Freeman E., b. Aug. 30, 1867; a mason in Bethlehem; m. Kate S. Henson. b. 

Feb. 5, 1869; she was from Groveton, N. H. Have had (i) Ruth, b. Aug. 

28, 1892; (ii) Helen, b. Jan. 21. 1894. 
ii. Archie W., b. and d. 1877. 

1151. Prof. Dyer Hook (492) Sanborn, oldest sonofDavid Edwin 
Sanborn, was born in Gilmanton, July 29, 1799. After a thorough educa- 
tion in the excellent schools of his native town, which did not include a 
collegiate course, he started out as a teacher. In 182 1 we find him in 
Lynn, Mass., and in 1822 in Boston, where his father addressed him as 
follows : ' 

GILM.A.NTON Oct. 20* 1 822 

My Son I embrace this favorable time to inform you that we are all well — I rec"^ your 
letter by Mr E & the subsequent letters by others — you requested me to advise you by letter- 
I don't now know profitable your business has been — I shou'd advise you to be in some re- 
spectable employment and the most lucrative you can obtain. If you can get decent wages and 
locate yourself it would probably be eventually better than to travel too much and incur ex- 
penses — What wages you can get in the east is as well known to you as me : you can't go & 
come for O — You will be absent from your friends & no chance often to convey to you anything 
but letters — Respectable teachers in Mass. keep the best company. Of course your dress will be 
more costly. — Perhaps the balance at the close of a year would not be much in your favour. 
You may by a further acquaintance with mankind if you duly improve avail yourself of some- 
thing that may be useful in future life. Remember wherever you travel each step you take car- 
ries you one nigher the grave; let short time be improved for long eternity. — Riches fly &c — 

Riches in Christ are as durable as Jehovah. Seek to obtain the prize. . . . 

I remain your friend and father, 

David E. S.\.\f.orn 

From 1822 to 1837 Dyer H. Sanborn lived in Lynn, Salem, and Marble- 
head, Mass. About the latter year he moved to Sanbornton, where tor 
several years he taught the academy at Sanbornton Bridge, and in iS45-*46 



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represented Sanbornton in the state legislature. During these years he 
compiled several text-books, wiiich were widely used, his "Analytical 
Grammar" going tlirough eight editions. His next positions were as \ ice- 
Principal and Principal of the New Ilampsliire Conterence Seminary, and 
probably at tliis time he was ordained a clergyman of the Methodist Church. 
In 1851-52 he was Principal of the Tubbs Union Academy at Washington, 
N. H., leaving there in 1853 to take charge of the academy in Hopkinton, 
N. IL Here he spent the remainder of his days, acting for many years 
as postmaster. He was an ardent .Mason, and while at Hopkinton, taught 
in many of the summer teachers' institutes, serving also on school commit- 
tees and on the State Board of Education. 

A successful teacher, always popular with his pupils yet respected by 
them. Dyer H. Sanborn will be widely remembered as one of New Hamp- 
shire's foremost educators. But the work on which he spent the last twenty 
years of his life, the task to which he devoted all the lorce of a systematic 
and persevering mind, was the compilation of the "Sanborn Genealogy."' 
Upon the formation of the Sanborn Family Association in 1S53, he was 
elected its president. The pamphlet genealogy of 1S56 was almost as 
much his as Dr. Nathan's, and from that date Dyer Sanborn was the mov- 
ing spirit in compiling and editing the manuscript genealogy. 

Tiie enormous amount of correspondence and clerical labor this entailed 
has already been mentioned, but no one familiar with the labor-saving pro- 
cesses of to-day can understand the tremendous task. I suppose he wrote 
thousands of letters in his own hand, and then doubled that labor in tabu- 
lating the results. From year to year he hoped to publish his book, but 
one thino- and another delaved it until the Civil War turned everybody's 
attention to other matters. Year after year he labored on, and in 1869-70 
had almost prepared his manuscript for the press, but increasing age had 
sapped his strength and he was not to see the finished result. All this time 
he had the earnest and valuable aid of many of the name, but a genealogy 
is something one man only can prepare: and in spite of his love tor the 
work and his energetic etTorts, Dyer Sanborn had given himself to the task 
too late. 

The period from 1840 to 1870 was the infancy of genealogy. Printed 
town and family histories were few and poor; English research was almost 
unknown. Small wonder then that subsequent discoveries have vastly 
added to our information and shown many errors in these early genealogies. 
Had it not been for Dyer Sanborn's work, however, many generations 
given complete in this book would have been very scanty. 



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Not SO successful as his two more prominent brothers, D\'er Sanborn has 
left a record that may outlive theirs. The three brotlitrs were wonderfully 
attached to each other, in spite of their dilTerent spheres and bus}' lives, 
and they form a distinguished part of the Sanborn familv. 

Dyer Hook Sanborn married (i) May 31, 1827, Harriet W. Tucker, 
daughter of James of Deertield, born July 6, 1S03, died June 25, 1847 ; (2) 
Nov. 28, 1847, Abigail (Newman) Glidden, daughter of Benjamin New- 
man of Washington, N. H., born Aug. 9, 181 1. Dver Sanborn died in 
Hopkinton, Jan. 14, 1871. The}- had no issue, but adopted: 

i. Fred G., b. 1S36; served in the Civil War; m., but left no issue, 
ii. Frank D., b. 1S42 ; d. 1852. . . ■ , 

1152. Prof. Edwix David ('492) Sanborn, born in Gilmanton, N. H., 
May 14, iSoS, on a farm uhicli lay about half wav betweenBarnstead line 
and Gilmanton Academy. His father, David E.- Sanborn, was a man well 
known in his day as an intelligent, energetic, and progressive farmer, wh.o, 
starting with a farrn of one hundred acres, added to it bv his own exer- 
tions until it was nearly a mile square. He was a schoolmaster of the old 
time, teaching winters for sixteen }ears, with a wide reputation as an accom- 
plished penman. He carefully instructed his children in the doctrines of 
evangelical Christianit\-, and giving them the rudiments of a good English 
education, encouraged and assisted them to a higher education, wanting all 
to be well equipped for life's responsibilities. From this good man the sons 
inherited a Puritan conscience, a stern sense of jtistice, law, and oi'der, and 
iron constitutions ; from the lovable, gentle, handsome mother, a tendency 
to " flesh and humor,"' as Dr. Dixi Crosbv put it. 

Edwin p. Sanborn was brought up on the farm with no luxuries but 
plenty of hard work and precious little monev. Such a life gave strength 
and vigor and the foundations of a sound manhood, tie fitted for college 
at the academy at Gilmanton. He seemed a little awkward and uncotuh in 
a homespun suit made by his mother ; and he was behind the others in his 
studies ; but brain, enthusiasm, and character soon showed themselves. The 
boys better dressed, but with less capacity, who sneered and giggled when 
he entered their Latin class, were rccitino- to him before the end of the term. 
In six weeks he had completely mastered Adams's Latin Grammar. The 
following winter (i825-"26) he taught in Deertield, and was re-elected for 
the same school the next }-ear, receiving tor the tlrst term ten, and for the 
second eleven, dollars per month. 

In the fall of 1827, he tatight a select school at Barnstead. During his 
preparation for college, the summers of each year were devoted to labor on 



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liis father's farm. In 1S2S, he entered the freshman class in Dartmouth 
colleire, irraclualino; in iS;2' receivinir the honorof the Latin Salutatorv in the 
Commencement l-Lxercises. He kept up with his class, although obliged to 
teach every winter and for nine months of his senior year. Teaching at 
Topsfield, Mass., the year after his graduation, he was preceptor of Gilman- 
ton academy the following year. In 1834. he declined a tutorship in Dart- 
mouth college, and began the study of law, the advantages of which knowl- 
edge became very practical to him, when a year after, he became an efficient 
justice of the peace in Hanover. Abandoning law after one year, he 
studied theology at Andover for another year, and was an assistant also in 
Phillips Academv there. 

In JS35, Mr. Sanborn was again offered and accepted a tutorship in his 
Alma Mater, and before the close of the year he was formally installed as 
Professor of tiie Greek and Latin Lanorua";es. The chair of the Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature he continued to occupy with conspicuous ability from 
1S37 to 1S59, during which time he gave the students many valuable 
lectures, besides brino-in(^ fresh enthusiasm to each recitation, and cans- 
ing the dull page to glow with luminous expositions of the dark phrases 
and obscure idioms of the dead language. Dr. Sanborn was a member of 
the Constitutional Convention of New Hampshire in 1850. In 1859, he 
accepted the Latin Professorship and the Presidency of Washington Univer- 
sity, St. Louis, returning to Dartmouth four years subsequently to the chair 
of Oratory and Belles Lettres. This change revealed his best gifts. He 
gave a fresh impetus to the department, kindled enthusiasm, promoted 
literary taste, imparted his own love of literature, introduced extempore 
speaking and debates. A devourer of books, with a memory of unusual 
strencrth. his intbrmation became encvclopaedic but never to the detriment ot 
a raciness, wit, and brusque originality peculiarly his own, for he copied 
no man. Rev. Charles Parkhurst, his pupil, editor of Ziou's Herald, said 
of Professor Sanborn, — " He would have made a reputation in any pro- 
fession. He was a thesaurus of Enfrlish literature. Touch him on anv 
cognate theme and he would literally pour himself out in torrents. Aroused, 
he was a volcano." 

He strono-lv admired the noble in historv or literature and as thoroughlv 
loathed and condemned the low and base. "The boys" much enjoyed his 
enthusiasm, and would purposely draw him out. He was a living exemplar in 
teaching, of what he so often said to the students, — '• If you are to speak, be 
sure you have something to sav, and the manner will take care of itselt." 

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42S SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

sit at his feet. Asa D. Smith, president of the college at that time said, 
"As the result of all this, so deep an interest has been awakened in the 
Belles Lettres studies and exercises, that fears have been expressed that 
other departments miglu be overshadowed.*' 

Professor Sanborn began to write for the press while an under-graduate, 
and from that time until his last illness sent more than a thousand articles to 
the newspapers on all current topics of interest, besides a great number of 
learned and elaborate contributions to the best magazines of his time, 
usually without an\' recompense. In fact, he gave so fully, so freely that 
at last nature rebelled and he was obliged to stop suddenly. It is latiguing 
now to think of his vast industry because it did in the end kill him. A 
man who can talk easily, speak pertinently in an evening meeting. otTer 
a most eloquent yet humble prayer, preach so as to command the atten- 
tion of all, lecture acceptably to cultivated audiences, is too apt to yield 
amiably to the seltish, unthinking, inconsiderate appeals of the public, 
who desire to be instructed, amused, entertained gratis. 

Professor Sanborn saved money carefully, denving himself the luxuries 
of books and travel, only to be fleeced by religious relatives and so-called 
friends. He lent freely to students, giving them lodging and free board 
in his own home, when they could not afford to remain otherwise. 

He delivered the oration on New Hampshire Day at the centennial in 
Philadelphia, 1876. In 1S75, he published a history of New Hampshire 
of which James T. Fields says, "The work is a clear, coherent, and well- 
arranged narrative, critical as well as historical, written in an interesting, 
vigorous style." 

Witt}', humorous, quick at repartee, his conversation was as full of illus- 
trative stories as was Lincoln's. His repertoire was inexhaustible and never 
tedious or stale. Yet his was a lile in earnest and he had nothino- of the 
trifler about him. 

One of New Hampshire's most able and prominent lawvers writes : " I 
loved and respected Professor Sanborn more than any teacher I ever had, 
unless I may mention Professor Parker's name in the same connection. He 
was kind to me, generously overlooked many t'aults, and was large enough 
to entertain a solemn hope, if not a fixed belief, that there might be some- 
'thing ' wortli while' in me notwithstanding, and I loved him. I know all 
this now, his generous mind towards me and my regard for him, better than 
I did in 1S74. Dr. Sanborn was a man and an individualitv, terms that .do 
not apply to the majority of humanity." 

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THE AMKRICAN SANBORNS. 4-9 

Ezekiel Webster of Boscawen, N. H., a niece of Daniel Webster, d. Dec. 

30, 1864; (2) . 

Children: 

i. Katharine Abbott Sanborn was b. at Hanover, N. H., the nth of July, 1S39. 
Educated by her father and other members of the faculty, she took more than a 
full course i'n Latin, and was so dailv questioned and encoura-ed in reading that 
literature became naturally and easily her life-study. She has supported her- 
self and assisted others by her earnings since the age of seventeen, but re- . 
ceived her l^rst pay for a newspaper article when only twelve. At nineteen. 
she taught in the Marv Institute, St. Louis, Mo., with a S500 salary. Later 
she had*a successful day-school in her own home at Hanover, where little tots 
struggled with the mvsteries of the alphabet and big boys fitted for college. 
Two" years were spent at the Packer Institute, Brooklyn, giving lessons in elo- 
cution to 850 voung ladies. Coming in one day to examine her classes, a dis- 
tinguished clergyman said to the head teacher,—" Whom have you to teach 
elocution? I used to tind a few prize readers, but now each girl can read nat- 
urally so as to be heard, and there is good original work." The next year was 
spent in the home of the distinguished writer and social queen, .Mrs. Anna 
Lynch Botta, where she had the privilege of meeting the men and women who 
had won fame as authors, artists, actors, travelers, etc.. for, as N. P. W iHis 
e.xpressed it, " Evervbody who was anybody found their way to Mrs. Bottas 
salon." Classes for' the study of English literature, and lectures given year 
after year in New York city, to an ever-increasing clientele, at last numbering 
over 300 in regular audience, occupied her next five years. She also was the 
pioneer in the "Current Topics" and condensed book classes, giving to a 
score of ladies, in the parlors of J. G. Holland, two hours each week of this 
sort of prepared literary pabulum. 

Then came a call to the chair of literature in Smith College, Northampton, 
' Mass., she being the first woman to occupy that honored position. While 
there, she also gave lectures in neighboring towns in the evening, held classes 
for married women at Springt^eld. and found time to prepare her •• Round Table 
Series of Literature," proving her capacity for '-monumental drudgery" in this 
laborious achievement, taking the literary men of all countries, in groups, an 
entirely original and all-round method of study in that department. After three 
years of this experience, a year was spent in lecturing through the Western 
cities, with phenomenal success, attracting immense audiences and receiving 
all sorts of delightful social attentions. •• You are having enough adulation to 
turn a woman'sliead entirely round,'" said a hostess one day, " but yours seems 
not to even wobble." 

Miss Sanborn has always had an enthusiasm for quotations, t^dling scrap 
books galore with favorite paragraphs, poems, etc., and she has published six 
calendars,—" Our Calendar," "Cupid's Calendar," which was immensely popu- 
lar, "Sunshine," which Marion Harland said she was not sure but what she 
read more than her Bible, " Rainbow," " Children's," and " Starlight,"— the 
theme immortality. Her decorative books for the holidays are " Purple and 



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Gold" and " Grandmoth.r-s (^,arden.- Her books have all sold well, proving 
that she has a steady following of faithful friends. They are "Home Pictures 
of En-lish Poets," -Tlie Vanitv and Insanity of Genius." "Adopting an 
Aband'^ned Farm." '-Abandoning an Adopted Farm." "A Truthful \\ oman 
in Southern California," "Wit of Women," "My Literary Zoo. " btuaiec 
and Off-hand Talks." 

When asked what she was most proud of in life, Miss Sanborn said instantly 
-Of the noble record of mv great-grandfather. Ebenezer Webster, who guarded 
Washington's tent the night on which Arnold's treachery was discovered 'H 
I cannot trust Webster, I can trust no one.^ said Washington. Captain W eb. 
ster was also one of the first to go into the fight at Bennington, saying, ' W e 
must get nearer, bovs ! ' " V.t Miss Sanborn has not joined the Colonial 
Dames, preferring not to be bolstered up by distinguished ancestry. Her 
testimonials from the press would fill a volume. For three years she was 
■President of New Hampshire's Daughters in Boston. One ot the members 



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On Mav 15, 1894, at Hotel Vendome, the X. H. D. club was organized, and 
Kate Sanborn of world-wide reputation as a writer, lecturer, and wit, was 
unanimouslv chosen and elected president. She laughingly confessed she was 
not a club woman and knew nothing about parliamentary rules, but she carried 
us through our first dav in her own original and happy manner, and bound ta.-,t 
the bonds of love and lovaltv to state and club. Her magnetism, wit, and 
good sense drew all hearts to her, and her magnanimity and democratic spirit 
united the club into an harmonious whole. She never forgot the vital purposes 
of the club, and like Rudvard Kipling in his "Recessional." always kept in 
view our highest and best interests "lest we forget."' She gave to us 
freelv and glullv her brightest thought and most earnest etforts. She 
brou-ht to us fre'sh, original, and interesting matter at every meeting, and was 
always full of ideas for future work. Through her large acquaintance and 
many friendships she introduced to us a gala.xy of New Hampshire's ablest men 
and women. She made for us an enviable position among the clubs or our 
countrv, and won for us a reputation that only our best endeavors can hope to 
maintain. When she was forced to withdraw on account of ill health, she 
bequeathed to us the - countv plan" which has been carried on so successtudy 
ever since At the first annual meeting she was overwhelmingly re-elected. 
and when later she was obliged to leave us. it was with genuine sorrow anu 
re-ret on both sides, we felt that such a separation was necessary. She was 
made -honorary president" as a slight expression of the place she will always 
hold in the hearts of her loval friends. New Hampshire's Daughters. 

From the editor of tlie Xe^v England Farmer. A. W. Cheever: " I visited 
lately a woman farmer. Miss Kate Sanborn, author of one of the most interest- 
in- books on countrv life. • Adopting an Abandoned Farm. .My vi.sit was 
bdef and the dav rainv but a drive over her eighty acres was full ot interesting 
surprises; the hrge vegetable garden, bordered by lines of flowering plants, 
min-lin- beautv with utilitv. immense fields of waving corn, and well cared tor 
potato plants, 'the effective flower-garden surrounding a big ledge or boulder 



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by the side of a fine farm road to the pasture, the picnic grove with scats and 
set tables for <(uests bv the hundred, who are annually invited to spend a day 
here, with feast and frolic and witty speeches. Poultry of course a prominent 
feature. If she had not written her rural books, the world would have missed 
many hours of healthful merriment. Many of us are inclined to take too 
gloomy views of life, and the Miss Sanborns and the Charles Dudley Warners 
are needed to compel occasional hearty laughter." 

Rev. .Moses T. Runnels says: " Miss Sanborn is one of the most gifted and 
charming of the daughters of New Hampshire now upon the stage of action. 
She is among our very wittiest and most talented authors, as her books and 
other writings show. ' She is also a princess among entertainers, as those who 
have enjoved her genial hospitality at her ' Breezy Meadows" farm or in other 
places are 'readv to ^testify. Being a granddaughter of Hon. Ezekiel Webster, 
and grand-niece of the immortal Daniel, she seems to have inherited her 
motherVs quiet loveliness and tenderness of heart, as well as her father's, Prof.E.D. 

Sanborn's, brilliancy and versatility and energy." 

Miss Lilian Whiting of Boston gives this estimate: "It is not over-pra:se, 
nor does it in anv wise disparage other women lecturers of recognized talent, to 
say that with the' single exception of Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, whose pre-eminent 
culture is the inflorescence of philosophy, of science, of poetry, and of art. no 
woman so finely interprets the intellectual life; no one brings it before an 
audience with such strength and grace and delicate insight as does Miss Sanborn. 
For she has the poet's vision. She has that fine power which only out of the 
truly assimilated knowledge can impress its lessons vividly, magnetically." 
ii. Ezekiel, b. and d. 1S44. 
iii. Marv W., b. Aug. iS. 1845. 

iv. Edwin Webster, b. July 31, 1857; A. B. of Dartmouth. 1879: a lawyer in New 
York. 
__^^. Hon. John Sewell (492) Sanborn, A. M., Q^ C, LL. D. 
Judge Sanborn was born in Gilmanton, X. H., January i, 1819. Alter the 
dearii of his father, he prepared for college, and entered Dartmouth, where 
he graduated in 1842, receiving, three years later, the degree of A.M. The 
same degree was conferred on him by Bishops college. Lennoxville, P. Q^. 
in 1855. From the latter institution "he also received, in 1873, the honorary 
degree of D. C. L., and again later the honorary degree of LL. D. trom 
Dartmouth. On leaving college he came to Canada and became principal 
of Sherbrooke Academy, a position which he held for three years, during 
which period he commenced the study of law, finishing his legal studies in 
Montreal. He was admitted to the bar in 1847. Of his qualities as a law- 
yer, and his career as a politician, the Richmond Guardian, in 1875. spoke 
as follows : 

" As an advocate dtiring a period of twenty-hve years, at Sherbrooke, 
Judge Sanborn occupied an enviable position. He was regarded as an able 



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man. His counsel and services were sought, on one side or the other, in 
almost all the important cases in the district. He was a successful pleader 
in the courts of criminal jurisdiction, wliere his services were eagerly sought 
in defense of persons charged with crimes. In 1S58 he was associated in 
partnership with his brother-in-law, E. T. Brooks, and this partnership con- 
tinued until his appointment as I'udge for the district, in 1873. 

" In 1850 he was elected to represent the county of Sherbrooke in parlia- 
ment, and re-elected in 1S52 and 1854. At'ter the division of the county be 
represented the county of Compton till 1857. In 1S63 he was elected to 
represent the division of Wellington in the Legislative Council, and returned 
to the same office tor tlie next eightyears, by acclamation. During this term 
the Act of Confederation passed, and he was called by Her Majesty to the 
Senate of the Dominion (1867) as one of the original members of that body, 
and continued in this position until 1873, when he was appointed to the 
bench. 

" As a politician, Judge Sanborn was always a thorough liberal, but never 
a radical. He had a mind that revered constitutional principles and safe- 
guards. He was a cordial hater of all sorts of political favoritism and 
monopoly. He attained a prominent position in the commons as a speaker 
and as a practical man, and his judgment always had great weight even 

with his political opponents He received a commission as 

Queen's Counsel in 1S63, and was offered the place of Solicitor General 
in the Sanfield McDonald government, which he, however, declined, pre- 
ferring his position as a private member, and the practice ot his prolession, 

to the hazardous office of cabinet minister He took an active 

part in legislation and advocated the amendment of the patent laws, and 
w^as the author of several acts now a part of the law^ of the land. While a 
member of the senate he occupied a high position, and was acknowledged 
as the leading mind on the opposition side, and his opinions were invariably 
listened to with great deference on both sides. He was tor several years 
President of the Private Bills Committee, and was looked upon as the lead- 
ing authority on questions of constitutional law. When he lelt the senate 
his loss was regretted by all." 

His appointment to the office of judge of the superior court was made by 
his political opponent, Sir John A. MacDonald, who was not slow to recog- 
nize his merits and fitness for the office. Wiien he had discharged its 
duties for little more than a year, the Liberals being in power, and a 
vacancy occurring on the Qiieen's Bench, he was transferred to that court. 
Three years later, July 17, 1S77, his death caused another vacancy on the 



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bench, and one greatly lamented, for he was filling his exalted position 
with honor to tiie ermine. He was buried in Mount Royal cemetery, 
Montreal. 

At a meeting of the Montreal bar resolutions were passed expressing 
deep sorrow at his death, and high appreciation of his ability, integrity, 
and learnincr and the faithful manner in which he had discharged his 
duties. He was a deeply religious man, and a devout and conscientious 
member of the Congregational church, in whose atlairs and well being lie 
always took a leading part. 

Judge Sanborn belonged to the best type of New England character, and 
early espoused anv good cause looking toward moral reform and the mental 
and social improvement of his fellow-men. In his youth he became a 
" teetotaller," and remained so all his life, and was at one time President 
of the Temperance and Prohibitory League of the Province. 

His death left a blank in Sherbrooke as well as in Montreal. The 
Sherhroohc Gazette said of him : " As a private citizen, a lawyer, legisla- 
tor, and judge, his example is worthy of imitation, and the world will be 
all the better the more closely his example in private and public life is tol- 
lowed." 

Judge Sanborn was twice married ; first in 1847 to Eleanor Hall Brooks, 
who died in 1S53, leaving three children, and the second time in 1S56, to 
Nancy Judson Hazeltine of Bradford, Mass., who died in 1874, leaving one 
child. Of the three children by the first wife, Elizabeth Maria is the wife 
of Thomas J. Tuck, druggist, Sherbrooke, P. Q^ Ellen Brooks is the wife 
of Henry D. Lawrence, advocate, of the same place, and Samuel Brooks, 
who was a rising lawyer of great promise, died there in 1SS4. The child 
by the second wife, ]Mary Abigail, is unmarried and resides at Sherbrooke. 

Children : 

: i. Elizabeth Maria, b. Sept. 24, 1848; m. Thomas James Tuck of Sherbrooke. 
P. O., son of Samuel. 
ii. Ellen Brooks, b. Jan. 7. 1850; m. H. D. Lawrence of Sherbrooke. 
iii. Samuel B., b. July 17, 1S52; died unmar. in 1SS4. 

1154. Dr. John (493) Sanborn, born In Gorham, Me., June 30, 1S06. 
A physician in Gorham. Where he obtained his medical education is not 
stated. He married in 1832, Mary Jane, daughter of Thomas Beck ot 
Deering, Me., born in 1815, died Dec. 17, 18S9. He died Feb 28, 1854. 

Children : 

i. Caroline S., b. Nov. 24, 1S31 ; m. Isaac Richardson of Gorham: now (1897) 
livinij in Urmston, Col. 
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434 • SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

ii. John Jay, b. Nov. 30, 1S33; d. 1836. 

iii. Jane Loring, b. Nov. i, 1S35 ; ni. (i) John L. Gihnan of So. Berwick, .Me.; 
(2) Moore of Portland, .Me. 

iv. Martha March, b. Sept. 9, 1S37 ; ni. Wm. Tliompson of So. Berwick, .Me. ; now 
(1897) living there. 

V. Elizabeth Fernald, b. Oct. 9, 1839: m. Westcott of Gorham, Me. 

vi. Harriet Beck, b. Oct. 20, 1841 ; m. Tyler of Hyde Park, .Mass. 

vii. Frederick Codman, b. Oct. 10, 1S43; t''- 1S49. 
viii. John, b. June 21, 1S46; d. 1S4S. 

ix. Louisa Chadbourn, b. .March 24, 1848; m. Goodwin. 

X. Leroy Sunderland, b. April 5, 1850 ; now City Auditor of Portland. Me. ; m. Feb. 
20, 1872, Julia Frances Hall of Portland, b. Sept. 2, 1851 ; both living. Have 
had one child, — Charles Goddard, b. in Portland. April 21, 1874; a mail 
contractor in Portland; m. Oct. i, 1S96, Sarah Ridge Pratt of Portland, b. 
April 24, 1876. 

xi. John Thomas Gulick, b. .March 25, 1S53; living in Brainerd, Minn. 

1155. Dr. Caleb (493) Sanborn, born in Gorham, Me., April 12, 
1814. A physician in South Berwick, Me. Where he obtained his medi- 
cal degree of M. D. is not stated. He was living in 1858. Married (i) 
Catherine Fernald of Santbrd, Me., died ]March 5, 1846; (2) Mary R. 
Harvey of Deeriield, N. H. 

Children : 

i. John, b. and d. 1S43. 

ii. Mattson Caleb, b. Dec. 5, 1S44; enlisted in Co. A, 2d N. H. Inf., in 1S61, but 
was discharged; appointed into the regular army from Arizona, in 1S66; 2d 
Lieutenant, 1866; brevet ist Lieutenant and Captain; d. 1873. 

iii. Catherine Fernald, b. Jan. 22, 1S48. ■ . ., , . •• 1 

iv. Mary Elizabeth, b. Nov 23, 1849. 

V. Caroline Emma, b. .NLarch 4, 1852. .- : i 

vi. E^dward Parks, b Feb. 18, 1854. I . .. 

vii. Jane Odell, b. Jan. 12, 1856. 

1158. Joseph (495) Sanborn, born in Limerick, Me., Sept. 15, i79i' 
Lived in Newfield, Me. Married (i) Jane, daughter of Moses Smith of 
Hollis, Me., born Feb. 8, 1798, died about 1825; (2) March 11, 1827, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Andrew Gray of Waterboro', Me., born April 15, 
1797. 

Children : 

i. Richard P., b. April 3, 1S17 ; m. Nov. 30, 1847. Maria \V.. dau. of Robert Files 
of Gorham, Me., b. April 9, 1819; lived in Gorham, and had (i) Martha G., 
b. May 6, 1849; (ii) Charles E., b. Aug. 13. 1854. 
ii. Mary J., b. Aug. 9, 1819. 
iii. Sarah S., b. Oct. 3, 1821. 



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iv. Joseph, b. Aug. 9, 1823: m. Dec. 19, 1S51, Mercy J. Moody, b. >ray 13, 1033; 

lived in Xewfield. Me., and had {\) John, b. .March 20, 1853 ; (ii) Charles H., 

b. Aug. 12, 1S57. 
V. Emeline G., b. Jan. 3, 1S28; d. Nov. 12, 1840. 
vi. James S., b. Sept. 2, 1829; m. Jan. 16. 1853, .Margaret Trenhohn, b. Sept. 3, 

1828. Had (i) Emma M., b. Oct. 20, 1854. 
vii. Susan E., b. -Aug. 15, i S3 1. . ; : , 

viii. Charlotte .M., b. .Alarch 5, 1S34. - - . • 

ix. John G., b. Jan. iS. 1S36; d. Oct. 6, 1850. 
X. Maria K., b. June 2, 1838 ; d. Nov. 3, 1S50. 

1159. Deacon JoN.VTHAN (495) Sanborn, born in Limerick, Me., Aug. 
~5^ 1795- A farmer in East Fryeburcrh, Me., where lie lived and died. 
Married in 1S20, Bet.sey Lord of Browntield, Me., daughter of Rev. James 
Lord of Berwick, Me., and <rrdr. of Abraham Lord and >Lartha Wentworth. 

Children : 

i. Eliza, b. June 26. 1821 ; d. unm. Feb. 17, 1843. 
ii. Joanna, b. Nov. 7, 1S22; d. unm. Nov. 9, 1S54. 

iii. Jonathan, b. .March 23, 1824; m. Nov. 25. 1S51. Elizabeth Freeman of Wind- 
;; ham; lived in Fryeburgh. Had (i) Edith, b. Aug. II, 1S54; (ii) Ellen Flor- 

ence, b. May 22, 1S36; (iii) Helen Flora, b. .May 22, 1856 (twin to Ellen), 
iv. James C, b. Jan. 12, 1S26; a paper manufacturer in Mechanic's Falls, Me. ; m. 
Nov., 1856, .Mary J. Thompson of Limington, .Me. Had a dau., b. Dec. 25, 

1857. 

V. Elias, b. Jan. 28, 1S27 ; a carriage manufacturer of Buxton. Me. : m. 1S51, .Mar- 
tha Porter of Buxton. Had (i) .Ada Caroline, b. Nov. 30, 1S55. 

vi. Daniel, b. Sept. 20, 1828; a carriage manufacturer at KendalTs Mills. .Me.: m. 
July 4, 1S56, Delilah Burnell Richardson of Baldwin, Me. Had (i) William L.. 
b. Sept. 26, 1S57. 
vii. Mary L., b. Feb. 21, 1S30; d. unm. May 4, 184S. 

viii. Loraine C. b. May 29, 1832 ; m. Jan., 1S58. Benjamin R. Ratcliff, Jr., of Ken- 
dall's Mills 

ix. Abel, b. Feb. 23, 1834; unm. 

X. Deborah, b. Aug. 16, 1835; d. 1S37. 

xi. Laura A., b. June 2, 1S37. 

xii. Job L., b. May 29, 1839. 

1160. Daniel (495) Sanborn, born in Limerick, Me., July 30, 179S. 
Lived in Saco, ^Nle. Married Feb. 3, 1S25, Joanna Small of Limington, 
Me. Died Aug. 15, 1S46. 

Children : 

i. Caroline E., b. July 14, 1826; d. unm. June 19, 1S47. .'■ 

ii. Lydia .M., b. .Aug. 17, 182S; m. Dec. 16. 1S52. 
iii. Isaac S., b. May 5, 1831 ; m. March 17, 1855. 



43^ SANBORN GF.NEALOGV. 

iv. Henrietta \V., b. Feb. 22, 1S33: m. April 11, 1853. 

V. Daniel A., b. and d. 1S35. 

vi. Rosanna, b. Nov. 9, 1S36. 

vii. Daniel, b. Nov. 21, 1S3S. 

1 161. RuFUS (495) Sanborn, born in Cherryfield, Me., Dec. 25, 1S09. 
A house-joiner in Millbridge, Me., where he lived and died. Married Dec. 

17, 1S35, ^frs. Sarah ]M. Sawyer of PortLind, Me., born Sept. 12, 1804, 
died April 24, 1S96. He died Dec. 27, 18S7. 

Child: ,. ,, c ,.: "■ ■.,•■-.. 

i. James GodtVey, b. in Beddington, Me., April 22, 1S3S; a carpenter in Portland. 
iMe. ;■ m. Feb. 27, 1892, Deborah J. Lary of Portland; both living, without 
, issue., 

1163. Dr. Samuel Roby (497) Sanborn, born in Northfield, X. H., 
Feb. 3, 1791. A physician, settled some time in ?vlassachusetts, but later 
in Dover, N. H. Called by D. H. S. a '' cancer doctor." Married July 
I, 1S21, Clarissa Thayer of South Braintree, Mass., born 1804, died 1S93. 
He died at Dover, N.'h., May 28, 1853. 

Children : 

1805 i. Samuel Roby, b. Nov. 4, 1S23. 

1806 ii. Matthew Nealley, b. March 8, 1825. 

iii. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 20, 1831 ; m. Nov. 3, iS6g, Alt'red R. Drew of Bristol, 

N. H., d. Nov. S, 1S93 ; she is still living. 
iv, Richard M., b. Dec. 29. 1835. A merchant of Braintree, .Mass.: m. May 10, 
1866, Eliza Mary Thayer of South Braintree, .Mass., born Sept. 10, 1S42: 
.\ both living. Had (i) Arthur Frederick, b. Dec. 12, 186S; d. 1879; ('0 ^''^^ 

Mary, b. Aug. 27, 1871 ; m. Jan. 25, 1S93, Frank A. Reed of Abington, 
Mass. ; now living in So. Braintree. 

1807 V. JohnC., b. Sept. 13. 1842. 

1164. Matthew Xealley (495) Sanborn, born in Solon, Me., April 

18, 1S18. Lived in Solon, Me, Married Nov. i, 1855, Miranda Knight 
of Solon. 

Children: , . ,. , • • . :. 

i. Matthew Nealley, h. Aug. 26, 1S56. 
' ii. John (or Ellery) Chandler, b. Sept. i, 1S59. 

1 165. Joseph Thomas (49S) Sanborn, born in Xorthtield. X. II., 
Sept. 3, 1787. Lived in Northfield at first, then moved to Vermont, and 
lastly to Rochester, X^. Y. Married Anne, daughter of Stephen Blaisdejl 
of Richford, Vt., a noble-hearted woman, to whose support her children 
owed very much; she died in 1S56, He died in Rochester, X. V., 1S65. 



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Children 



i. William; unm. ; killed in Montreal, P. O. • 

ii. Andrew Joslyn, b. ; d. in Perrysburg, N. Y.. 1836. 

iii. Mary Eliza, b. July 9, 1S15 ; m. Rev. Bryan S Hills of WatLsburg, Pa. ; d. Jan. 

I, 1SS4. 
iv. Maria, b. ; m. Joseph Correll of Portland, N. Y. ; d. 1850. 

1810 V. Rodman Wilcox, b. in Perry. Chautauqua county, N. Y., April 21, 1S22. 

1811 vi. John (christened Jonathan Albert), b Dec. 12, 1S23. 
l8i2- vii. William .\lonzo, b. in Perrysburg, X. Y., Jan. 13, 1S31. 

1 166. Jonathan (49S) Sanborn, born in Xorthfield, N. H., July 26, 
1791. Tsloved to Painesville, O., and married there, Feb. 17, 1820, Mrs. 
Nancy (Kingsbury) Allen of Enfield, Conn., widow of George Allen. 
Jonathan was a mason, and is described as one of ''Nature's noblemen.'' 
He died in Painesville, Feb. 26. 1S28. 

Children : 

i. Nancy Lovina. b. Dec. 23, 1820; m. Oct. 12, 1848, Pardon Orville Cook of 

Chardon, O., and Middleville. Mich. ; his widow still lives in Eaton Rapids. 

Mich., and has with her sister furnished the data for this branch. 
ii. Origen Orlando, b. Dec. 17, 1822; lived in Tittin, O., and ni. in New Haven, 

O., March, 1847, Ann GanglufT. b. in Germany, 1S24; he d. Aug. 6, 1851, 

and she d. 1879; one child, Ella, b. in New Haven, O., Jan. 15, 1848, m. 

March i, 1871, Bert Wilcox of Madison, O. 
iii. Jonathan, b. Aug. 27, 1826; a merchant in Louisiana; m. Theresa Nicolls of 

Jefierson, La , b. Sept. i, 1837; she is still living; he d. in 1S73. Had (i) 

George Allen, b. Sept. 17, i860, d. unm.; (ii) Lemuel, b. May 4, 1863, m. 
. and left two children (a) daughter, d. unm., (b) George Allen, b. 1890; (iii) 

Ella, b. July 17, 1S66, m. Dumont ; (iv) John, b. March 25, 1S71, clerk 

of court, unm. in New Orleans, 
iv. Orpha Pllvira, b. Sept. 18, 1S28; m. Sept. 10, 1849, James C. Belknap of Grand 

Rapids, Mich., d. i860. 

1167. John Pearson (49S) Sanborn, born in Northfield, N. H., Sept. 
25, 1794. A farmer, — moved to Illinois early in life, after having settled 
for a time in Canada, where he married Susan Johnson, born Jan. 12, 
1804, died Dec. 25, 1866. Finally settled in Polo, 111., where he lived, 
and died there May 30, 1870. 

Children : 

i. Katherine, b. ^Lay 20, 1820. , , . 

ii. Lovina, b. May 14, 1822. . . 

iii. Abraham, b. May 20, 1824. »'■' ' ■ • • -■. "• ' - • " 

iv. Mary, b. Feb.- 28, 1827. ■...:., . i -• ' .1 .■! 



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V. Ambrose, b. Sept. 2, 1S29; a fanner, still living in Polo, 111.; m. Nov., 1855, 
Elizabeth Good, b. Sept. 25, 1835. Hacl (i) Sarah Ellen, b. Dec. 7, 1859, d. 
1869; (ii) iM. G., b. Nov. 17, 1864. 
vi. Lenora, b. July 18, 183 1. j 

vii. Nancy, b. Nov. 18, 1S33. 
viii. Martha M., b. April 14, 1S36. 

Also, says Ambrose, had sons James P. and Joseph, and daughter. 

1 170. William (499) Sanborn, born in Northfield, N. II., Sept. 13, 
1792. Lived in Upper Gilmanton, X. H. Married January, 1817, 
Dorothy Bartlett, born January, 1801, died Nov. 23, 1S27. He died Oct. 
26, 1828. 

Children : 

i. Hannah M., b. April 2S, iSiS ; m. Dr. John T. Folsom, a dentist of Gloucester, 

Mass., Oct. 28, 1839, b. Nov. 12, 1817. 
ii. Aretas, b. Aug. 3, 1820; d. unni. .March 19, 1S42. 

iii. Frank 15., b. July 14, 1S23; lived in Laconia, N. H. ; m. Jan. i, 1845, Sophro- 
nia, dau. of Dr. John Durkee of Laconia, N. H., b. Feb. 22, 1822 ; he d. April 
26, 1854. Had (i) Sarah Frances, b. Sept. 25, 1S45, d. 1S47 ; (ii) Frank 
Durkee, b. March 28, 1849; (iii) John Edwin, b. Oct. 12, 1S52. 
iv. Edwin, b. July 7, 1827 (twin) ; d. young. 
V. William, b. July 7, 1827 (twin); d. young. ■ , .> : 

1171. Jeremiah (499) Sanborn, born in Northfield, N. H., Oct. 16, 
1796. Moved to Dorchester, Mass., where he was living in 1S58. Mar- 
ried Lydia M. Wilkins of Middletown, Mass., born May 6, 1796, died Oct. 
5' ^^56. . ■..,,. 

Children : ^. . - 

i. Ruth, b. Dec. 16, 1828 ; a teacher. 
ii. Harriet A., b. July 2, 1833. 
iii. Jeremiah, b. April 13, 1S37, for whom Sanborn, Colo., was named. 

1172. Amos Cogswell (499A) Sanborn, born in Northfield, N. H., 
Nov. 16, 1805. A stone merchant in Cambridge, Mass. Married Dec. 12, 
1831, Elizabeth Bodwell Davis ot" Methuen, Mass., born 1S04, died Nov. 5, 
187 1. He died April, 1S81. 

Children : 

1815 i. James Forrest, b. Feb. 19, 1833. "^ 

1816 ii. George Orville, b. in Boston, June 10, 1S37. ' 
iii. Lyman F., b. May 19, 1S41 ; d. unm. April, 1S79. . ' ' 

1173. William (499A) Sanborn, born in Northfield, N. H., Feb. 5, 
1812. The name of his wife is not iiiven. He died Mav i, 18^4. 



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Children : 

i. George BocUvell, b. Jan. 14, 1S32. 
ii. William Henry, b. Feb. 7, 1S34. 

iii. Julia Ann, b. Aug. i, 1S3S; m. Fernald ; her son, Frederick .Atherton Fer- 

nald, is editor of the Popular Stience Monthly. 

1 174. Nathaniel L. (501) Sanborn, born in Loudon, N. H., Aug. 
6, 1S05. Lived and died in Loudon. >Lirried Xancy Lougee. 

Child: 

i. Charles E., b. Sept. 23, 1S35. 

1175. James Henry (501) Sanborn, born in Loudon, X. H., Sept. 
19, iSii. Moved to Alton, la. Married May 3, 1833, Mary, daughter of 
David Loucree. 

Children : 

i. Morrill, b. June 3, 1S39; li^'ed in Alton, la.; m. Jan. 15, 1S61, Mary E. Weeks 

of Gilmanton. 
ii. Mary Abigail, b. Jan. 21, 1843. 
iii. Edwin Burnham, b. July 20, 1847. 

1 176. Joseph B. (502) Sanborn, born in Loudon, X'. H.. Julv 22, 
1821, Lived in Loudon, and held many public offices, — Town Clerk, etc. 
Married June 6, 1856, Sarah A. Sanborn (415-ii). Died Aug. 6, 1S95. 

Children : 

i. Joseph E., b. Oct. 8, 1857; a farmer, living in Loudon; m. Elizabeth A. 

Adams, b. in Laconia, X. H., Oct. 23, 1S62 ; no issue. 
ii. Jane M., b. Dec. 26, 1863; d. unm. Nov. 24, 18S7. 

1 177. William (503) Sanborn, born in Loudon, X. H., Oct. 5, iSio. 
Married Dec. 4, 1832, Susan Haines, born Jan. 9, 1811. Died September, 
1870. 

Children : 

i. Richard P., b. Nov. 9, 1833; living in Concord, N. H. 

ii. Charles F., b. May 31, 1836; d. 1838. 
iii. Charles F., b. June 12, 1838; d. 1845. 

iv. William Henry, b. Nov. 8, 1842; m. Betsey A. Tucke; living in Loudon; one 
son, Edward P. 

V. Edmund Warren, b. Sept. 13, 184S; d. young. 

1178. Daniel Ladd (503) Sanborn, born in Loudon, X. H., Oct. 2, 
1815. A farmer in Loudon, X. H., where he lived and died. Married 
June 9, 1839, Ada Shepard Moore of Loudon, born June 6, 1816, died 
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Children : 

1820 i. Jacob Oshorn, b. July 6, 1S40. 

ii. Ruth Jane, b. July iS, 1S42; m. April 30, 1S63, Daniel Tilton Ladd; d. 

July 12, 1SS9. 
iii. Joseph Tcnny, b. Sept. 20, 1S44; living in Loudon; m. Fanny Peverly, who d. 

iMay 25:1894. 
iv. Charle-s Franklin, b. April 6, 1S47. 

V. iMary Ella, b. July 30, 1S49; "■>• ]^^- -5- i^7i. John Leavitt Buswell of Loudon. 
vi. Ada Estelle, b. April 21, 1S5S; d. 1862. 

1179. Capt. James S. (503) Sanborx, born in Loudon, X. H., Sept. 
II, 1820. A farmer and prominent man of Loudon, still living there. 
Married Feb. iS, 1862, Mary E. Yeaw of Phenix, R. L, born April 16, 
1842. 

Children : 

i. John B., b. Dec. 19, 1S63; m. Dec. 5, 1891, Laura Green, who d. Nov. 26, 
1892, at the birth of their first child, Laura Green, b. Nov. 17, 1892; he is 
still living in Loudon Centre. 

ii. Harriet B., b. March 15, 1S72. 

iii. Byron, b. Aug. 13, 1874. 

iiSo. Jeremiah C. (503) Saxborx, born in Loudon, X. IL, July 17, 
1822. A farmer, still living in Loudon. ?vLirried July 3, 1S53, Betsey A. 
French of Loudon, born Oct. 7, 1S30. 

Child: 

i. Ida B., b. Jan. 9, 1S55 ; m. Jan. i, 1S77, James S. Tilton of Loudon. 

1181. John (503) Saxborx, born in Loudon, X. H., July 17, 1S27. 
A farmer, now living in Laconia, X^. H. ; went to California, but returned. 
Married May 14, 1S64, .^Laria Thorndike of Fisherville, X. H., born Sept. 
25, 1840. 

Child: 

i. Wilson Jay, b. in Laconia, N. H., April 26, 1S65 ; living there, unm., in 1S97 ; 
an artist. 

11 82. True H. (503) Saxborx, born in Loudon, X. H., Xov. 17, 
1829. A farmer, still living in Loudon. ^Lirried ^L1rch 10, 1S56, Ade- 
line B. Green of Pittsrield, X^. H., born ^lay 11, 1S29. 

Children : 

i. Adeline F., b. Nov. 27, 1S37; m. Aug. 28, 18S0, Edward E. Lane of Concord, 

N. H. 
ii. Augusta A., b. Aug. 11, 1861 ; m. Dec. 23, 1SS3, Horace B. Ordway. 



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iii. Ellen F., b. June 23, 1S64; m. Feb. 27, 1S95, Herbert \V. Dustin of PiUsfield, 

N. H. 
iv. Olive S., b. Aug. 21, 1S66; unm. 

V. Clara B., b. March 9, 1S74; m. June 15. 1895 < Courtland Ordway of Chichester, 
N. H. 
1184. Dr. John (506) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton. Feb. 26, 17S9. 
Studied medicine witli Dr. Shaw of Moultonborough, X. H., and began 
practice in Meredith in 1S15 ; kept up his medical studies, and was an 
M. D. of Dartmouth in 1S19. Lived and died in Meredith, where he was 
one of her most prominent and valued citizens: called ''one of Nature's 
noblemen." A strong and ardent advocate of temperance. For forty 
years deacon of the Congregational church. A prominent Mason and 
often chosen to office. Married Feb. 8, 1S20, Susan, daughter of John F. 
Hubbard of Moultonborough, born Sept. 29, 1791, died Jan. 2, 1866. He 
died Jan. 17, 1870, and was buried with Masonic honors. 

Children : 

1822 i. Jesse Appleton, b. Dec. 5. 1820. 

ii. Susan C. b. July 19, 1823 ; m. Levi Leach of Meredith. 

1823 iii. John Henry, b. Sept. 23, 1830. 

1 185. Matthew Perkins (506) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, May 
25, 1792. A blacksmith in Charlestown, Mass. Married May 4, 1S20. 
Jane N. Healey of Boston or Braintree, Mass. . . 

Children : ^ ^ .,. . . ■ 

i. Matthew Perkins, moved West. 
ii. Susan C. 
iii. Sarah B. . • ' ' ■ 

- 1 186. Capt. Jesse (506) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Feb. 19, 1794. 
Captain in militia. Lived and died in Sanbornton ; school-teacher, clothier, 
and farmer there. Married July 10, 1823, Martha, daughter of Jacob 
March of Sanbornton. Died April 22, 1869. 
Children : 

i. p:ivira ^L, b. April 3, 1S24; m. Herman T. Hale, 
ii. Hannah, b. 1829; d. 1S32. 
iii. Hannah G., b. Oct. 31. 1833; m. {2d wife) Herman T. Hale, husband of her 

sister, 
iv. Cynthia Ann, b. Aug. 23, 1S43; m. Edwin Eli Hill of Danbury, N. H. 

1 187. Capt. Jonathan Page (506) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, 
Aug. 4, 1S03. A farmer in Sanbornton, where he lived and died. Captain 



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442 . SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

in militia ; deacon in Congregational church. Married 1842, Lucy Maria, 
daughter of John Lane of Sanbornton. 

Child: 

i. Henry Clay, b. March 14, 1S45; d. 1S61. 

iiSS. Dr. Peter Eekins (507) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, March 
28, 1796. A botanic physician and medical author. Lived in Taunton, 
Mass., and Sanbornton. Married at Lowell, Mass., Sept. 30, 1832, Han- 
nah, daughter of Beni'amin Warren of Swanville, Me., born Aug. 6, 1808. 
He died April iS, 1S45. His widow survived liim, and was matron of 
Bridsewater Almshouse, and later moved to Bailev's Harbor, Wis., with 
her family, becoming one of its earliest settlers. A woman of rare force 
and ability. 

Children : 

i. Martha E., b. June 29, 1833; m. John H. McCracken of Lawrence, Mass. 

1825 ii. Daniel Warren, b. in Taunton, Mass., April 28, 1835. 
iii. John D., b. 1S36; d. 1839. 
iv. Sarah P., b. Jan. 28, 183S; m. Joseph Barker Gage of Decatur, III. 

1826 V. John Darricott, b. June 7, 1S39. 
vi. Augusta French, b. Nov. S, 1S40; m. Alexander Burleigh of Vincennes, Ind., 

and Altoona, Pa. 
vii. Ebenezer M., b. 1S43; d. 1856. . ^ \ .. ; 

1 189. Page (507) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Jan. 30. 1798. 
A farmer and shoemaker of Lowell, Mass. Married May 6, 1835, >Liry 
Emery of Canterbury, N. H., died May 12, 1S79. ^^ died Jan. 22, 1SS6. 

Children: ^ "• '- "■ ' • ! •• . . 

i. Edwin Emery, b. Aug. 15, 1836; d. 1S37. 

1827 ii. Edward Payson, b. Jan. 21, 1839. 
iii. Frederick Perkins, b. Aug. 15, 1841; m. Virgilia Means of Lowell, Mass., and 

d. May 8, 1877. 
iv. Mary Emery Page, b. Feb. 25, 1851; m. Dec. 31, 1S94, William Bryant Wil- 
liams of E. Boston, .Mass., and Sawyerville, P. Q., where she is still living. 

1190. Dr. Eastman (507) Sanbor.n, born in Sanbornton, May 30, 
1800. Early in life he was a school-teacher of great ability ; he studied 
dentistry and was one of the foremost dentists in ?vLassachusetts. Resided 
at Andover, Mass., for many years. Married April 20, 1837, Mary C. L., 

-^ daughter of John Gregory of Charlestown, ^Liss. Dr. Sanborn was among 
the earliest of those interested in the Sanborn family history. At the organ- 
ization of the Sanborn Genealogical Association, he became its secretary, 
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which he performed his share of the task.' He died in Andover, Mass., 
Dec. 8, 1859. D. H. S., in a sketch of his life prepared for the Co)igrcga- 
tional yournal, savs, — " He was a man of social feelings and expansive 
benevolence ; a true, faithful, and devoted friend. In the last few weeks 
of his life, though prostrated with consumption, with no hope of recovery, 
his mind was brilliant; he was preparing for immortality. He lived over 
again those rapturous moments of youth, when at the domestic altar. He 
was an honored member of the Masonic fraternity ; he was the pater 
omniiLin of his father's family, — to them his loss will be irreparable, as well 
as to his own." 

Children : 

i. Francis Gregory, b. Jan. 18, 1S3S; an instructor of note; lives in Andover, 
Mass. ; instructor of entomology at Harvard, and later in the State Normal 
School at Worcester ; unm. ?^< ^^ K '<^jO 
ii. Helen C. M., b. 1S39; ^- 1S40. 
iii. Emma Mary Eastman, b. March 6, 1841; M. D. Boston Universit}-, 1S76; 

practised in St. Louis; now living unm. in Andover. 
iv. Caroline H. A., b. Sept. 17, 1848. 

1191. William Thompson (50S) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, March 
24, 1795. Lived in Hill and Andover, X. H., but returned to Sanbornton. 
Served in the War of 1S12. Married June 25, 1S19, Martha C, daughter 
of Daniel Brackett of Newmarket, N. H., born Dec. 20, iSoi. He died 
July 19, 1871. 

Children: 

N i. Mehitabel Brackett, b. Dec. 17, 1820; m. Dexter Tucker of Henniker and 

Loudon, 
ii. Daniel Brackett, b. Sept. 27. 1822; lived in Sanbornton; m. Cyrene K. Wood- 
'-■ I bury of Northfield. 

iii. Charles B., b. 1824; d. 1825. 

iv. Harriet Gale, b. June 26, 1S27; m. (i) Andrew J. Gale; (2) George Thomp- 
son of Manchester. 
V. Mary Ann G., b. Oct. 15, 1829; m. Thos. 'SI. Jaques of Sanbornton. 
vi. Caroline Willard, b. Dec. 23, 1831 ; m. John Perkins of Sanbornton. 
vii. Martha Jane Palmer, 1). Feb. 17, 1835; m. Nathaniel B. Plummer of Boston. 
•; ■ viii. Lucinda N., b. and d. 1840. 
ix. Francis W., b. 1844; d. 1S46. 

1192. JosiAH Thompson (50S) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, May 3, 
1800. A clothier in New London. Married Aug. 22, 1822, Tabitha Page 
Sanborn (506-vii), who died Aug. 9, iSSo. He died in Newmarket 
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Children : 

i. Theodate S., b. 1S24; d. 1843. 

ii. Amanda B., b. Oct. 2, 1825 ; m. Cliarles Mills Glines of Xorthfield, N. H. 
iii. Mary Ann, b. July 4, 1S30 ; m. Lewis E. Edgerly of Pittsfield, N. H., 1853. 

1 193. JosiAH (509) Sanp.orn, born in Sanbornton, May 4, 1789. Lived 
in Holderness and Dover, N. H. Married Oct. 4, 1818, Elizabeth Drew 
of Holderness, N. H. Served in the War of 1S12. Died March 4, 1S65, 
in New Hampton. ■ . 

Children : 

1830 i. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 18, 1819. 

ii. Moses Drew, b. Oct. 16, 1820; sen"ed in the Mexican War, and not since heard 

from; probably killed in 1847. 
iii. Albion King P., b. Oct. 29, 1823 ; lost at sea near Cape Horn, 1S45. 
iv. Helen Amanda, b. March 21, 1S33; "^- April 25, 1S91, Charles W. Hobbs of 

W. Somerville, Mass. 

1 194. Caleb ^NIarston (509) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Nov. 22, 
1795. Lived in New Hampton, N. H. Married March 19, 1818, Nancy 
Qiiimby of Meredith, N. H. Died Feb. 26, 1875. 

Children: .^ • 

i. Unnamed child, d. in infancy. 

ii. Unnamed child, d. in infancy. 

iii. Maria Drake, b. Aug. 18, 1S20; m. July 8, 1842, William Kelley of Lowell. 

Mass. 

iv. James Fenno, b. Oct. 10, 1822; d. in California, April 16, i860. 

V. Mary Dow, b. March i, 1824; d. 1825. 

vi. Cornelius Publius Van Ness, b. April 3, 1826; d. in California, May 20, 1882. 

1831 vii. Lewis Decatur, b. March 22, 1828. 
viii. Edmund Winchester, b. June 14, 1831 ; d. in New Mexico, Aug. 20, i860. 

ix. Twin, b. and d. 1S30. - - 

X. Twin, b. and d. 1830. 

xi. Oscar F.. b. Oct. 19, 1S33; d. in California, Dec. 6, 1S53. 
xii. Prudence Winchester, b. July 24, 1835; m. (i) June 3, 1S55, Enoch Willetts 

of Philadelphia ; (2) Ayer of Laconia, N. H. 

xiii. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 17, 1837. , •■ ' j 

xiv. Unnamed dau., b. and d. 1839. 

XV. James Moulton, b. Dec. 9, 1840; Co. M, 15th N. H. Inf. Is at National Sol- 
diers' Home, Togus, Me. 
xvi. Arthur Livermore, b. Nov. 17, 1842; enlisted Co. K, ist N. E. Cav. ; Corp., 
O. M. Sergt. ; mustered out, 1865. Lives in Viola, la. 



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1195. Joseph Woodman (509) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Marcli 
10, 1801. Lived in Qiiincy, Mass. Mariied Nov. 11, 1S34, Sarah Clark 
Pope of Qiiincy. Late in life went to California, but returned, and died at 
his daughter's in Bridgewater, ^Lass., Aug. 9, 186S. 

Children : 

i. Earlmira Glover, b. Sept. 22, 1S35 ; i"- Cary Mitchell Leonard of Bridgewater, 

Mass. She furnished data to D. H. S. and is still interested in the -.vork. 
ii. Joseph Warren, b. 1S38; d. unm. i860. 
iii. John Pope, b. 1841 ; d. unm. i860. 

1 196. Thomas Jefferson (509) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton or Xew 
Hampton, Aug. 24, 1S03. A farmer in Sanbornton ; went to California in 
1853, but returned in 1855. Married Dec. 20, 1S40, Mrs. Lydia (Smith) 
Wallace of Sanbornton. Died April 27, 1875. 

Child : 

i. Freedom, b. Dec. 19. 1841 ; enlisted in 12th X. H. Reg't : wounded at Gettys- 
burg; a farmer in Sanbornton: m. Dec. 31^ 1865, Oscie Jones of Andover, 
Me.; d. Oct. i, 1S73, leaving (i) Gertrude May; (ii) Mabel Augusta; (m) 
Julia P., b. 1871, d. 1S72 ; (iv) Florence Eva, b. and d. 1S74. 

1197. Rev. John Langdon (509) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, 
Aug. 31, 1813. A Baptist minister; graduated at New Hampton Theo- 
logical Seminarv. Located in Richmond, Va., then in Maine, and in 1880 
in^Stratford, N.^H. ^Larried Nov. 16, 1856, Aroline H. Copeland. Died 
in Washington, N. H., Aug. 4, 1895. 

Children : 

i. John Sawyer, b. Sept. 10, 1S59, in E. Machias, Me.; now living in Water- 

boro\ Me. 

ii. Joseph Warren, b. May 10, 1865, in Liberty, Me.; m. Oct. 7. 1S94. Laura E. 

Hoyt of Bradford, N. H. ; now living in E. Washington, N. H.. employed in 

a hotel ; no issue. 

1 198. Christopher (510) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Feb. iS, 1803. 

A farmer in Sanbornton and Hill, N. H. Married (i) Feb. 15, 1S31, 

Mary H., daughter of Joseph Johnson of Northwood, N. H., born in iSoo, 

died in 1S38 ;^(2) March 27, 1839, Mehitabel, daughter of John Philbrick 

of Sanbornton. 

■ ' "■''•. 

Children : 

i. Mary Johnson, b. Feb. 20, 1S40 ; m. George A. Caverly of .Meredith. 
ii. Joseph Philbrick, b. Aug. 27, 1841 ; a farmer in Sanbornton: enlisted in Sth 
N. H. Inf., and later in Co. 7. N. H. Heavy Artillery: m. Nov. i. 1865, 
Mary O., dau. of Thos. J. Gate of Upper Gilmanton. X. H. Had (i) Caroline 



446 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Estella, b. Jan. i, 1S6S; (ii) Frederick Wilbur, b. July 30, 1870; (lii) Leon 
■ ' ■ • Hosea, b. July 28, 1S72. 

ill. John Wells, b. May 7, 1843; enlisted in Sth N. H. Inf. in the Civil War; went 

to Colorado in 1S66. 
■iv. Samuel P., b. 1S46; d. 1849. 
V. Stephen Hunkins, b. Aug. 3, 1849; a mason in Vermont; m. 1874, Emma P. 
Blair of Vermont. Had (i) Roy Blair, b. Oct. 19, 1874. 

1200. John Taylor (511) Sanborn, born in iSoo, in Sanbornton. 
Moved to Attica, N. Y., where he married Susan Hubbard, born in 1S05 ; 
died Feb. S, 1S77. A farmer in Seneca, 111. He died in Seneca, Nov. 

24. 1855- 

Children : • 

i. Clarinda M., b. May 4, 1823 ; m. May, 1S45, O. Turner of Luther, la. ; d. 1866. 
ii. Nancy T.,b. Aug. 28, 1825 ; m. O. A. Spormer of Senaca, 111. ; d. July 15, 1877. 
iii. Susan K., b. Dec. 15, 1S27 ; d. 1838. . . 

iv. Joseph W., b. Jan. 13, 1S30; d. 1838. 
V. Laura L., b. Feb. 11, 1S32 ; d. 1851. 
1832 vi. John H., b. July 30, 1S34. 

vii. David B., b. Oct. 24, 1S38 ; Ivg. in Edgar, Neb. Served in Co. K, 15th 111. 

Vols, in Civil War. 
viii. Levi A., b. Jan. 16, 1839; d. at Vicksburg, Aug. 11, 1863. Served in Co. K, 
15th 111. Vols, in Civil War. 
Lx. Joseph K. b. Sept. 2, 1S41 ; Ivg. in Edgar, Neb. Served in Co. K, 15th 111. 

Vols, in Civil War. 
X. Mary E., b. iMay 19, 1S44 ; m. Jan. 2, 1870, G. B. Dake ; d. 1S94. 
xi. Susan M., b. March 17, 1847 ; m. Oct. 17, 1869, J. J. Walley of Edgar, Neb. 

1201. Thomas Jay (512) Sanborn, born May 23, 1S12. Postmaster 
in Campton and Sanbornton for twenty-five years. Proprietor of a hotel in 
West Campton. Married Relief R., daughter of Joseph \V. Morrison of 
Plymouth, N. H. , , .. 

Child : 

i. Edward H., b. Aug. 18, 1844; m. 1871, Mary E. Mahan of Chicago ; associated 
■-. ; ■■-' with his father in business. 

1202. Ja:vies Gibson (513) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Feb. 20, 
1798. Served in the War of 1S12, — one of the youngest soldiers engaged. 
Lived and died in Sanbornton. Married (i) Nov. 20, 1S23, Abigail P. 
Sanborn (743-iii), died Oct. 22, 1852; (2) Oct. 14, 1S56, Mary, daughter 
of Nathaniel Jewett of Waterford, Me., and Cambridge, INIass. 

Children : 

i. Tabitha Jane, b. Jan. 20. 1831 ; m. Benj. L. Sanborn (516-vi). 
ii. Angeline, b. Dec. 16, 1S32 ; m. Russell C. Bixby of Lowell, .Mass., and San- 
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iii. Andrew James, b. Dec. 13, 1S35 ; "■>• ^^^^^3. Mead, dau. of William R. Kniglit 
of Xonid^cwock, .Me.; lived in Sanbornton. Had (ij I3enj. Walter, b. Feb. 
6, 1865 ; (ii) Ora .May, b. Jan. 15, 1S67. 

iv. Benjamin Franklin, b. Sept. 16, 1842; a private in 12th X. H. Inf.; killed a: 
Chancellorsville, May 3, 1S63. 

1203. Ebexezer (513) S.\XBORX, born in Sanbornton, May 14, 1807. 
Lived in Sanbornton. Married March 31, 1S33, Mary C daughter of 
Simon Jaques of Sanbornton. Died Nov. 12, 1S66. 

Children : 

i. Anne, b. Jan. 21, 1S34; m. John M. Blaisdell of Sanbornton. 
ii. Walter, b. July 25, 1S36; m. (i) Maria D. Clisby of Nortlifield, N. H. ; (2) 

Ellen M. Lane, 
iii. Anson, b. June 10, 1S49; a railroad engineer; d. April 30, 1S71, unm. 

1204. Jo'hx Swasey (514) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Dec. 4, 
1817. Worked as a machinist in Lowell and Nashua; now (1S97) a 
farmer in Tilton, N. H. Married Oct. 3, 1S39, Livinia Sanborn (515-i) ; 
died Feb. 20, 1889. Sent a very carefully made-out memorandum of his 
branch, clear and distinct, at the age of eightv. 

Children : 

i. Benjamin Mason, b. Feb. 8, 1S42 ; d. 1857. 

ii. Oscar Page, b. Nov. 24, 1S43, enlisted in 12th N. H. Inf.: wounded at Chan- 
cellorsville, 1S63 ; a farmer and miller in Tilton, X. H. ; m. Sept., 1S64, Clara 
A., dau. of Joseph Clisby of Xorthfield, X. H. Had (i) Sarah Josephine, b. 
Feb. 23, 1867; (ii) Kate Hill, b. Sept. 13, 1S72. 
iii. Mary Abigail, b. Jan. 25, 1851 ; m. William Lane of Sanbornton. 

1205. Luther (515) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Feb. 12, 1821. A 
carpenter in Manchester, N. H. Married May 4, 1853, Olive W., daugh- 
ter of Rev. Abel Heath of Corinth, Vt. 

Children: 

i. Emma Louise, b. 1854; d. 1S72. 
ii. Herbert L., b. 1858; d. 1S61. 
iii. Mabel J., b. July 28, 1862. 

iv. Henry B., b. Oct. 15, 1865 ; d. in infancy. ' . ' • ' ' 

V. Wilbert E., b. 1S69; d. 1871. 

1206. Nathan (515) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Aug. 23, 1S25. 
A farmer in Tilton, N. H. Married Nov. 27, 1845, Sarah M., daughter of 
Asa Clark of Sanbornton, born Dec. 21, 1S22. Both he and his wife are 
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Children : . . 

i. Ellery Willis, b. July 16, 185 1 ; m. Marietta M. Chase, 
ii. Nora Lena, b. Oct. 24, 1859; living unm. in Tilton. 

1207. De.vcon Ira (517) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Dec. 17, 
1807. An extensive shoe manufacturer in Lynn, Mass. Deacon in Con- 
greo-ational cluirch there. Married (i) in Lynn, Aug. 4, 1833, Sarah 
Ann Turner of Boston, born Nov. 2, 1812, died July 22, 1S38 ; (2) July 
28, 1841, Elizabeth (Ward) Burrill of Lynn, born July 29, 1805. 

Children : 

1. Sarah Emily, b. Jan. 24, 1S35 ; d. 1S36. 
1835 ii. Joseph Hubbard, b. Dec. 14, 1S36. 

1208. Abijah (517) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Jan. 4, 1809. In 
his youth went to sea four years on whaling voyages. Later was a tarmer 
in Woburn, Mass. ^vlarried May i, 183S, Mary J. Burpee of Xew London. 

Children : 

i. Herschel Almeran, b. in Sanbornton, July 16, 1S39 ; m. Elizabeth in March, 

1863, at Harrisburg, Pa. ; enlisted in 13th Mass. Inf., and was promoted to be 
corporal ; killed at Gettysburg. 
ii. Mary Apphia, b. Nov. 16, 1840; m. William Henry Orne of Woburn. 
-iii. Eleonora, b. in Xew London, Nov. 13, 1843. 

1209. Joseph Lane (517) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, April 11, 
1820. Moved to Connecticut, and became overseer in an axe factory in 
Collinsville, Conn. Married Oct. 23, 1S53, Anna K. Hinman of Xevv- 
Hartford, Conn. Died July 4, 1874. 

Children : 

i. Howard Lewis, b. Sept. 30, 1S55. 
ii. Laura Maria, b. 73ec. 20, 1S62. 

1 2 10. Reuben Philbrick (518) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, March 
17, 1817. Lived and died in Sanbornton. Married (i) Oct. 27, 1S40, 
Rhoda P., daughter of John P. Clark of Sanbornton. born Nov. 28. 1S22, 
died Feb. 11, 1842; (2) May 23, 1843, Almira, daughter of Loammi 
Smith of Hollis, Me., born April 20, 1819, died Aug. 20. 1853: (3) April 
II, 1854, -^ii'S. Eliza (Smith) Jones of Tuftonborough, N. H., sister ot 
second wife. 

Children : ■ ' 

i. Evannah, b. and d. 1846. ■ . • ' 

ii. Almira Anna, b. Oct. 23, 1849. " • - 

iii. Rhoda Alice, b. 185 1; d. 1854. 
iv. Edward Clarence, b. and d. 1S53. ■ _ 

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1 21 1. Capt. Jacob Brown Philbrick (518) Sanborn, born in San- 
bornton, May 24, 182 1. A carpenter, now living in East Tilton, N. H. 
Married x\pril 28, 1S44, ^I'^i'i'^ J-< daughter of Rev. Lemuel Mason ot' San- 
bornton, born June 19, 1823, died Nov. 6, 1894. Captain ot" Co. H. 15th 
N. H. Volunteers, his company being mainly enlisted from Sanbornton. 
Was in active service at Port Hudson; a gallant officer ; has since carried 
the record of his patriotism in permanently impaired health. Has no issue. 
His kindness has been crreat in furnishing data. 

1212. Nathan Perkins (521) Sanborn, born in Henniker, N. H., 
June 25, 1825. An architect in Marblehead, Mass., still living. Married 
Nov. 20, 1847, Mary Ann, daughter of Peter Saunders of Sanbornton. A 
man of prominence ; President ^Marblehead Board of Trade, Bank Director 
and Trustee, Treasurer Congregational church. Superintendent Sunday 
School, School Committeeman twent^'-five years. 

Children : 

i. Marietta, b. Nov. 7, 1S4S; d. 1S49. 

ii. Rev. Francis Wood, b. in Marblehead, May 7, 1852; a Congregational clergy- 
man; studied at Phillips Andover academy, 1S71; A. B. of Amherst, 1S73; 
D. D. of Andover Theological seminary. 1S7S; settled at Yarmouth, Me., 
1878; called to the First cFiurch in Xewbury, Mass., in 1S84, where he served 
until his resignation in 1S96; now living in Marblehead; m. Sept. 10, 1S79, 
Elizabeth H. Bateman of Marblehead, b. Dec. 10, 185 1. Had (i) Charles 
F., b. .March 3, 18S5, d. 1S92. 
ill. Nathan Willard, b. May 7, 1S59; M. D. of Dartmouth, iSSo ; a physician in 
\ Wellesley Hills, Mass. ; m. Dec. 4. 1SS3, Anne S. Matthewson of Providence, 

R.I. Had (i) Beth Ray, b. 18S4, d. 1891; (ii) Willard French, b March 
II, 1890; (iii) Nathan Perkins, b. Jan. 7, 1S93. 

1213. George Granville (521) Sanborn, born in Henniker, N. H., 
Jan. 5, 1828. Married Feb. 20, 1850, Jane Hale, daughter of Aaron 
Abbott of Concord, N. H., born Sept. 14, 1S30. Both living in St. Paul, 
Minn. Has been thirty-nine years in railroad service. — General Ticket 
Agent Concord R. R., twenty-one years: General Passenger Agent and 
Treasurer Northern Pacific R. R. ; Superintendent Worcester & Nashua 
R. R. Now retired from business. 

Children : : ^ 

i. Joseph Abbott, b. July 16, 1S51 ; lives in Salt Lake City, Utah: Agent for the 
Pacific Express Co. there : m. Feb. 16, 1S75, Elizabeth Mason of Boston; 
one child, d. young. 

ii. Annie Walker, b. June 24, 1859; living unm. in St. Paul, Minn. : literary editor 
of the Pioneer Press there, t/ie important paper. 

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450 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1214. Henry Mead (521) Sanborn, born in Henniker, X. II., Aug. 

16, 1832. Co. A, loth N. H. Infantry. In railroad service at Concord, 
N. H., where he died Dec. 2, 1S94. Married April 24, 1S62, Jane Ciiase 
of Manchester, born Sept. 19, 1S33. 

Children : 

i. Abigail Hardy, b. March 17, 1867; in. Fred. Xudd of Concord, N. H. 
ii. Lillian Gertrude, b. Sept. 6, 1S69; m. Clias. Harriman of Concord, N. H. 

1215. Thomas Lancaster (521) Sanborn, born in Henniker, Jan. 4, 
1836. A teacher in early life; studied at Phillips Andover, and was A. B. 
of Dartmouth, 1858. In iS63-'69, Collector of Internal Revenue, and in 
1876 owned a plantation in Alexandria county, Va., and now lives in New 
York city, Principal of Lenox school there. Married Nov. 23, 1865, Julia 
E., daughter of Robert Wilson of Hopkinton, N. H., born Aug. 29, 1841. 
Throujih the kindness of this fientleman the editor has had access to the 
genealogical papers of Dr. Nathan Sanborn and Prof. Dyer H. Sanborn, 
which have all been carefully tiled away in Claremont, N. H. Mr. San- 
born has also t'urnished complete data of his own branch. 

Children : . ' 

i. Bertha W., b. Oct. 15, 1S66; living unm. in New York. 
ii. Robert W., b. 1870; d. 1S71. 

1216. Thomas Prentice (522) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Nov. 

17, 1823. Lived lirst in Campton, N. II., then in Boston; now (1897) liv- 
ing in Indianapolis, Ind., a maker of pipe organs. INIarried (i) April 12, 
1846, Elizabeth Ann Sanborn, (513-viii), died Dec. 16, 1848; (2) April 
9, 1850, Amelia A. Yorke of Plymouth, N. H., born Nov. 26, 1827, still 
living. 

Children: 

i. Abigail Jane, b. Oct. 12, 1847; m. May,' 1870, Edgar Merrill of Campton; d. 

March 10, 1876. 
ii. Elizabeth Anne, b. .May 9, 1853; m. June 15, 1885, Howard Emery. 
iii. William Marshall, b. Sept. 4, 1S55; living in New York, 
iv. Emma Amelia, b. March 8, 1S72 ; d. 1S75. 

1217. Charles Edwtn (522) Sanborn, born m Sanbornton. Aug. 16, 
1828. A farmer in Campton, N. H., where he still lives. ^Married (i) 
March 4, 1851, Elizabeth Cram of Plymouth, N. H., born July 19, 1S29, 
died 1863; (2) April 12, 1S64, Anne Rowe of Campton, N. H., born in 
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Children : 

i. Carroll Glenwood, b. April 12, 1854; m. Harriet, dau. of Gideon Moulton of 

Campton ; a cabinet maker; d. Sept. 29, 1S87. 
ii. Eddie M.. b. and d. 1S63. 

1218. CoRYDON W. (523) Sanborn, born in Hardwick, Vt., June 5, 

1843. Early moved to Colorado, where he is now (1897) a successful and 
prominent manager of mining interests, living in Boulder, Col. ^Married 

(i) 1866, Ella Norris of East Hardwick, Vt., born , died 1872; (2) 

1873, Alice C. Washburn. Served in the Vermont infantry during the 
Civil War. 

Children : 

i. Cora E., b. Nov. 21, 1S67. 

ii. Frank W. 
iii. Earl G. 
iv. Kate L. 

V. Ruth. 

1220. George A. (525) Sanborn, born in Hardwick, Vt., Oct. 31, 

1844. At the death of his father, which occurred when George was but 
two years old, the family was scattered. He lived in Vermont until 1S63, 
when he enlisted in the ist Vermont Heavy Artillery, and served until 
1865. Returned to Vermont, but soon moved to Ohio, and has lived in the 
West ever since. A traveling man for twenty-nine years, — now (1S97) 
general wholesale agent in Kansas City, Mo., for pianos and organs. 
Married July 24, 1867, Mary :\I. Perkins of Marietta, O., born April 27, 
1848, still living. 

Children : 

i. Helen Eulalia, b. Sept. 27, 1869; m. June 12, 1890, Thomas B. Pyles of Col- 
orado Springs, Col. 
ii. George Alfred, b. July 30, 1S71. 
iii. Winifred, b. .May 20, 1S73; ^'- '878. 
iv. Margaret Collins, b. and d. 1S74. 
V. Mabel Perkins, b. Sept. 16, 1S76. 
vi. Abigail Foss, b. June 22, 1879. 

1225. Jonathan (532) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., Aug. 7, 
1803. Lived in Concord and Hopkinton, N. H. ^Married Jan. 22, 1827, 
Lucy Green Xoyes of Bow, X. H., born Sept. 20, 1807. He died May 
27, ^i8S8. 

Children : 

i. Mary Folsom, b. Dec. 14, 1S27 ; m. T. E. Currier: d. Aug., iSSo. 
ii. George Washington, b. June 10, 1S31 ; unm. 
iii. John Edson, b. Dec. 17, 1839; m. Emma Davis and had one daughter. 



452 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1226. James (532) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., May 11, 1S05. 
Lived in Concord, X. H. Married June 18, 1S27, Lydia X., daughter of 
Chase Prescott of Epping, born March 18, 1S05, died May 2, 1S93. He 
died Jan. 12, 1S92. 

Children : 

i. Sarah Jane. b. June 20, 1828; m. Rev. Elisha Adams. 
1S50 ii. Charles Prescott, b. Sept. 12, 1S34. 

1228. Benjamin (535) Sanborn, born in Canterbury, X. H., Jan. 16, 
1793. Lived and died in Canterbury, a well-known man there ; Represen- 
tative two years, and member of the Constitutional Convention. ^Larried 
(i) Hannah Clough of Canterbury, X. H. ; (2) his sister-in-law, Mrs. 
Mary Burr Sanborn. Died September, 1879. 

Children : 

i. Apphia C, b. ; m. Chas. Cole of Hill, X. H. 

ii. Eliza Ann, b. ; m. Thos. Leighton of Xorthfield, X. H. 

iii. Joseph Clough, b. ; m. Laura Ann Cogswell of Canterbury; d. in iSSS. 

Had (i) Anna Eliza, b. March 7, 1850. m. Aug., 1886, Edwin G. Heath of 

Canterbury; (ii) Howard, b. Dec. 26, 1S55. a farmer in Canterbury, m. Dec. 

25, 18S0, LuellaS. Ford of Orange, X. H., b. Sept. 13, 1862, both living; 

^ . ^ had (a) Inez Maude, b. Aug. 31, 1882 ; (b) Marion Luella, b. Feb. 28, iSS5. 

iv. Phebe S., b. ; m. Benj. F. Brown of Andover, X. H. 

1229. Smith (535) Sanborn, born in Canterbury, X. H., July 22, 
1795- Lived and died in Canterbury, X. H. ^larried Mary Burr of Mon- 
treal, P. Q,, born 1799, died in Concord, X. H., 1S77. He'died May 17. 
1841. 

Children ; 

i. Maria Louisa, b. Dec, 1828; m. Ephraim A. Greenough ; d. March 31, 1S52. 
ii. Fidelia Adelaide, b. 1830; d. unm. 
185 1 iii. Edward Burr Smith, b. Aug. 11, 1833. 

iv. George Franklin, b. Oct. 6, 1836; living in Franklin Falls, X. H. 

1230. Abraham (535) Sanborn, born in Boscawen, X. H., May 19, 
1804. A farmer; lived first in Roxbury, Mass., then moved to SouthRox- 
ton, P. Q^ Married (i) Rebecca Swallow of Roxbury, Mass., died about 
1831; (2) about 1836, Xancy Robbins of Roxton, p". GL Died Xov 7 
1879. 

Children : 

i. Eliza A., b. in Ro.xbury, .Mass., May 28, 1825: m. R. L. Ball of So. Roxton: 
d. 1876. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 453 

1853 ii. George W., b. in Roxbury, Mass., April 3, 1828. 

iii. Rebecca, b. in Roxbury, Mass., Sept. i, 1830; m. T. S. Mitchem ; d. Sept. 15, 

1885. 
iv. Mary L., b. in So. Roxton, P.O., Sept. 29, 1837; m. T. M. Mahaftey of 

Pecatonica, III. 

1854 V. John R., b. in So. Roxton, Aug. 26, 1S39. 

1855 vi. Benjamin S., b. in So. Roxton, Jan. 24, 1845. 

vii. Phebe S., b. in So. Roxton, May 14, 1S41 ; m. (i) John MahatTey ; (2) Chas. 
Smith of Danville, P. Q. 
^ > viii. Martha J., b. in So. Roxton, Feb. 23, 1843; d. 1850. 

ix. Abraham F., b. in So. Roxton, Dec. 31, 1848; d. unm. in Pecatonica, 111., 

Nov., 1869. 
X. Nancy E., b. in So. Roxton, Nov. 6, 1851; m. E. M. Porter of Springfield, 
Mass. 

1231. Jeremiah (535) Sanborn, born in Canterbury, N. H., Aug. 29, 
1806. A farmer in Holderness, N. H., and a well-known man there; 
Representative two years. Married Caroline Basford of Candia, X. H., 
who died Aug., 1SS6. He died Sept. 21, 1883. 

Children : 

i. Ann Eliza, b. Sept. 5, 1831 ; m. ^^ay 11, 1850, Geo. W. Baker of Holderness. 
ii^ Caroline A., b. April 19, 1S33; m. July 9, 1857, Thos. N. Hughes of Holder- 
ness. 
iii. Jason B., b. Aug. 18, 1835 ; living in Stoneham, Mass. 

iv. Phebe E., b. May 2, 1836; m. Nov. 25, 1855, Stephen Eastman of Holderness. 
1857 V. Luther Basford, b. March 6, 1S38. 

1232. Joseph (535) Sanborn, born in Canterbury, N. H., Jan. 14, 
1809. A farmer in Campton Village, N. H. Married March 29, 1S32, 
Cyrene Cofran of Northfield, N. H., born Jan. 5, 1811, died Dec. 15, 1S69. 
He died Aug. 23, 1873. 

Children : ' - . 

i. Charles H., b. Aug. 21, 1833; d. unm. Oct. 27, 1853. 
ii. Shubael, b. Feb. 10, 1835. 
iii. Albert, b. Aug. 7, 1S38. 

iv. Benjamin, b. Jan. 26, 1841 ; a carriage dealer in Campton Village, N. H. : m. 
Aug 14, 1869, Nettie D. Cone, b. Oct. 27, 1839; no issue. 
■ V. Joseph (twin toBenj.), b. and d. 1S41. - . 

vi. Ellen Cyrene, b. April 19, 1S51. 

1233. Hazen (535) Sanborn, born in Canterbury, N. H., Oct. 15, 
181 1. Lived in New Hampton, N. H. Married Sept. i, 1S36, Ann 
Newell March of Sanbornton. 



454 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Children ; 

i. Loanda, !). Jan. 8, 1838; m. Rufus Flanders of New Hampton. 

ii. Ann, b. March 31, 1840. 

iii. Maria Louisa, b. Sept. 24, 1842. 

iv. Smith S., b. April 10, 1S47 ! living in Concord, X. H. 

V. Henry Gerrish, b. June 3, 1852; A. B. of Dartmouth, 1874; d. 1886. 

vi. Hazen, b. June 4, 1S56; living in Massabesic, N. H. 

1234. Abraham ($3^} Sanborn, born in Lyndon, Vt., June i, 1795. 
A farmer in Monroe, Wis. INIarried (i) Sarah, and (2) Barbara, daugh- 
ters of Michael Cable of Jenner, Pa. 

Children : 

i. Isaac, b. Dec. 20, 1822; lived in Jefferson, Wis. ; m. Viletta, daughter of Calvin 

Hale ; no children. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. June 19, 1S24; m. Jonathan Hill of Indiana. 
iii. Jacob, b. Dec. 10, 1825; unm. 

vi. Joshua, b. Aug. 18, 1827 ; m. Phebe Yarger and lived in Jetlerson, Wis. 
V. Abraham, b. July 23, 1829; unm. ; went to Cal. :*■ 

vi. Susannah, b. Aug. 3, 1832 ; m. George Wells of Jefferson, Wis. 
vii. David P., b. June 29, 1S34; unm. 
viii. Ely, b. 1837, d. 1S38. 

1235. Isaac Mason (536) Sanborn, born Jan. 31, 1796. A farmer in 
Vermont and Wisconsin; at last moved to Missouri. Married 1820, 
Jehosheba, daughter of John Wiggins, born iSoo, died July 29, 1S49. He 
died Dec. 17, 1S59. 

Children : 

1859 i. John W., b. 1S21. 

ii. Hannah Smith, b. 1S24; m. Jan. 20, 1S43, Adriel Bean of Fordham, Wis., son 

of Levi, 
iii. Jeremiah Marston, b. Oct., 1826: ni. Lovina Forbush ; lived in Easton, Wis. 
iv. Elizabeth, b. 1829; m. William Fairfield of Easton, Wis. 
V. Isaac \yatts, b. Jan. 10, 1832: lived in Briggsville, Wis. ; m. .Aug. 11, 1854, 

Emily, daughter of Egbert Beers. 
vi. Sarah, b. in Bradley's Vale, Vt., 1837; m. Geo. .McCartney. 
vii. Joseph S., b. March 7, 1839, in Victory, Vt. : lived in Briggsville, Wis. 
viii. David W., b. Oct., 1844, in Lyndon, Vt. : lived in Adair Co., .Mo. 

1240. William D. (542) Sanborn, born in Corinth, Vt., Sept. 15, 
1819. A farmer, still living in Barre, Vt. Married July 12, 1S47, Sabrina 
Cox of Lowell, Mass., born Jan. 22, 1822, died Aug. 7, 1854. 

Children : 

i860 i. George P., b. June 4, 1S47. ■ ';■ 

ii. Oramel P., b. Nov. 17, 1849; d. 1855. 



THE AMERICAN SANBORNS. 45^ 

1245. Martin Luther (545) Sanborn, born in Bristol, N. H.,Jan. 
I, 1S03. A farmer; lived first in Bath, N. II., but late in life came West. 
Married Dec. 17, 1829, Emeline Smith of Bath, X. H., born Oct. 23, 181 1. 
He died June 19, 18S5, in Waukesha, Wis. 

Children : 

1861 i. George Washington, b. Sept. 25, 1832. 

1862 ii. Sherburn, b. in Bath, X. H.. Sept. 15, 1S34. 

1863 iii. James Smith, b. Nov. 14, 1837. 

1864 iv. Frank Luther, b. Aug. 27, 1S48. 

V. Frederick Augustus, b. April 12, 1852; lives in South Bend, Ind. 

1247. Charles H. (547) Sanborn, born Feb. 23, 1824. Married 
May, 1850, Pamelia O. Bowen. Died in 1866. 

Children : 

i. Charles H., b. Aug 15, 1851 ; d. 1854. 
ii. Hannah J., b. Nov. 30, 1853; d. 1S54. 

iii. Lewis H., b. Sept. 26, 1S56; d. 1S89. ^ • ' 

iv. Millicent, b. i860; d. unm. 1S79. 

1248. Luther B. (547) Sanborn, born March 16, 1829. Lived in 
Freeport, III. ; toreman of the C, M. & St. P. shops there. 

Children : 

i. Joshua N., b. 1S58 ; master mechanic of the Brainerd & Northern Minn. Ry.. at 
Brainerd, Minn.; has two daughters, (i) Minnie, b. 18S6, and (ii) Sarah, b. 
1889. 
ii. Laura B., b. and d. 1859. 

iii. Alice J., b. 1861 ; m. Brown. 

iv. Anna M., b. 1S68. 

1249. True Glidden (548) Sanborn, born in Bristol, N. H., Jan. 8, 
1808. A farmer in Sandovvn, N. H., where he lived and died. Married 
Nov. 25, 1830, Rachel, daughter of David Sleeper of Sandown, born July 
12, 1811, died July 20. 1885. He died April 19, 1886. 

Children : 

i. Charles, b. July 27, 1S32 ; m. but had no issue: living in Fremont, N. H. 
ii. Harrison, b. Oct. 12, 1S36; a lumber merchant and prominent man in Epping, 

N. H.; m. Nov. 24. 1881, Sylvia H. Beede of Fremont, b. Aug. 27. 1849; 

have one dau., Sylvia A., b. .May 26, 1883. 
iii. Francellus Burton, b. April 3, 1S44; unm. living in Sandown. 

1250. John L. (548) S.\nborn, born March 8, 1810. A farmer in 
Fremont, N. H., where he lived and died. Married June 12, 182S, Han- 
nah F. Sanborn (552-ii). Died March 8, 1845. 



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45^ SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. David, b. Sept. 25, 1828; m. Nov. 1847, Elizabeth Branscomb ; had (i) Eliza- 
beth Ann, b. June, 1848, (ii) John, b. Nov. 1850, (iii) Arabella, b. Sept. 

1852, (iv) , b. July. 1856. 

ii. Sarah Ann, b. June 26, 1832. 
iii. Otis F., b. Aug. 4, 1835. 
iv. William B., b. .May 11, 1838. 

1251. Jonathan B. (548) Sanborn, born Oct. 12, 1811. A farmer in 
Sandown, N. H., where he lived and died. A well-known man there, 
serving many years as selectman, etc. ^Married Sept. 17, 1837, Rachel S. 
Tilton, born 1819, died 1887. He died Aug. 30, 1884. 

Children : 

i. Benning, b. Oct. 25, 1837; living in Sandown. 
ii. Alvah S., b. Jan. 2, 1S41 ; living in Sandown. 
iii. Moses Hoyt, b. Jan. 5, 1844. 
iv. Justin, b. Jan. 9, 1S47; a stationary engineer in No. Londonderry; m. Jan. 9, 

1883, Sarah L. Haselton of Chester ; no issue. 
V. John, b. and d. 1851. 
vi. Arline H., b. Jan. 31, 1S52. 
vii. Emma G., b. Jan. 22, 1857. " ■ 

1252. Alvah (548) Sanborn, born in Fremont, N. H., Dec. 31, 1823. 
A farmer on the old homestead in Fremont, a successful and energetic 
man. He has much improved the old place, substituting new and commo- 
dious buildings for the older ones, and altogether converting the property 
into a model and prosperous farm. Married Sept. 26, 1843, Nancy, 
daughter of John Page of Sandown, N. H., born May 20, 1823; both still 
livin'i. 

o 

Children : 

1869 i. John Page, b. Sept. 9, 1844. 

ii. Susan Emily, b. Dec. 29, 1851 ; d. 1863. 

1870 iii. Alden F., b. Aug. 20, 1855. 

iv. Eugene Dana, b. Sept. 16, 1S68; living in Fremont; m. Dec. 12, 1S93, Lucy 
May Currier of Boston, b. July 19, 1S73 ; no issue. 

1253. Sherburn Sawyer (549) Sanborn, born in Bristol, X. H.. 
March 29, 1821. A farmer in Bristol, where he lived and died. Married 
Aug. 22, 1843, Xancy K., daughter of Jonathan Fellows of Bristol. 

Children : 

i. Malina J., b. Oct. 8, 1844. 
ii. Charles W., b. Jan. 20, 1847. 



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THE AMERICAN SANBORXS. 457 

iii. Frank S., b. in Bristol, N. H., Aug. 28, 1853 ; educated there, and early entered 
the Bristol {losiery Mill; after a short time entered the Northern R. R. ser- 
, ./ vice, and in 1S75 came to Boston; in iSSi connected himself with the Fitch- 

burg R. R., and after many promotions is now the general foreman and 
master wrecker of that road; in 1876 m. Ella J. Swallow of Peterborough, 
N. H.; resides in Somerville, where he is a well-known and esteemed citizen. 
iv. John M., b. April 23, 1S57. 

1254. Capt. Isaiah (550) Sanborx, born in Chester, N. H., Jan. 24, 
1821. Lived in Fremont, N. H. ?vlarriecl (i) May 21, 1S48, Lydia A. 
Swain of Candia, N. H. ; (2) June i, 1857, Mary H. (Sanborn) Elliott 
(549-vii). 

Children : 

i. Madison M., b. Nov. 7, 1S49. 
ii. Loretta E., b. Nov. 21, 1853. 

1255. John Collins (550) Sanborn, born in Chester, N. H., April 20, 
1828. A house carpenter, living in Fremont, N. H. Married April 29, 
1863, Mary A. B. Hook of Fremont, N. H., born November 13, 1S30, 

Children : - . 

i. Bert S., b. Sept. 30, 1863 ; m. and living in No. Uxbridge, Mass. 
ii. Ruth Grace, b. March 10, 1S65; ni. Bartlett of Kingston. N. H. 

1256. Daniel Tilton (550) Sanborn, born in Chester, N. H.,Jan. 
12, 1850. A carpenter, living in North Danville, N. H. Married Jan. i. 
1876, Abigail C. Elkins of Kingston, N. H., born Aug. 24, 1853. 

■ Children : 

i. Eva C, b. Sept. 26, 1877. 

ii. Herman Elkins, b. May ir, 1879. 

iii. Lilian Louise, b. Oct. 19, 18S2: d. 1SS6. 

iv. Clifton, b. Aug. 24, 1SS5; d. 1S89. 

1258. Ebenezer (551) Sanborn, born in Fremont, N. H., April 7, 
1812. A farmer in Chester, N. H., where he lived and died. Married 
Nov. 26, 1835, Susan P., daughter of Jonathan Bean of Wilmot, N. H., 
born Feb. 20, 1810, died ^Nlay i, 1875. He died May 30, 18S6. 

Children : 

i. Amos, b. in Fremont. N. H.. Sept. 24, 1837;. a farmer, living in Chester. 
N. H.; m. Nov. 19, 1S64, D. .Maivina Lyford of Raymond, N. H., b. Oct. 
13, 1838 ; have had (i) S. Vina, b. Sept. 4, 1865 ; (ii) Elmer A., b. June 24, 
1869; (iii) Ella J., b. Dec. 22, 1879. 
ii. Ruth B., b. Feb. 8, 1841; m. Aug. 2c, 1S69, Addison Green of Raymond. 
N. H. 



458 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

iii. Daniel, b. Dec. 9, 1S42 ; d. 1S43. 

iv. Julia A., b. .May 30. 1S44; m. Ezra Rogers of PZ. Cliester. 

1261. Abraham Gilbert (552A) Sanborn, born in Cincinnati, O. 
A fruit grower in Ohio and California. Married Aug. 10, 1843, Sarah 
White. Died in Sacramento, Cal. 

Child: - . \ 

1875 i. Abraham Gilbert, b. in Cincinnati, O., Aug. 12, 1844. 

1270. Joseph (559) Sanborn, born in Webster, Me., April 12, 1838. 
A farmer on the homestead. Married Jan. i, 1866, Mary Ann Merriman 
of Topsham, Me., born Sept. 5, 1845. He died Dec. 16, 1874, and his 
farm was soon after sold at auction. 

Children : 

i. Adella May. b. April 5, 1867 ; m. Jan. 23, 1S89, Alvah Mallett of Topsham, Me. 
ii. Anna Josephine, b. Sept. 27, 1868; d. 1S74. 
iii. Belle N., b. June 22, 1S70; living in Lisbon Falls, Me. 

iv. William F., b Jan. 21, 1872; his father died when he was but two years old, 
and the family home was sold and the members scattered; William F. went to 
Peabody, Mass., and then moved West, working in Oregon and Nevada; but 
returned to Maine, and now lives in Webster, Me., a quarter of a mile from 
the homestead. 

1271. Joel A. (560) Sanborn, born in Etna, Me., April 21, 1826. 
Lived in Etna. Married Oct. 6, 1S55, Lucy Jones Ames, born March 26, 
1834. 

Children: 

1. George Alfred, b. Sept. 14, 1856. 
ii. Frank Leslie, b. Dec. 7, 1859. 
iii. Etta May, b. Nov. 21, 1S61. 

1275. Abraham (565) Sanborn, born in Chichester, N. H., Dec. 18, 
1809. A farmer in Pittsfield, N. H. Married Jan. 16, 1839, Climene 
Ring, daughter of Ebenezer Prescott of Pittsfield, N. H. 

Children : 

i. Olive A., b. July 19, 1842. 

ii. Abraham J., b. Sept. 20, 1844. ' ' - ' " 

iii. Charles A., b. 1S4S; d. 1849. 
iv. Frederick, b. 1S53 ; d. 1S54. 

1276. James (566) Sanborn, born in Chichester, N. H., April 7, iSii. 
A tanner and currier in Salem, ]\Lass., where he lived and died. Married 
April 17, 1838, Abigail F. Cate of Salem, born >Larch 27, 1S19 ; died Xov.^ 
8, 1862. He died Feb. 24, 1863. 



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Children 



i. James Albert, b. March 3, 1843; ^ grain dealer in Salem; m. Oct. 15, 1868. 
Hannah H. Beckford of Salem, b. June 3, 1S45. Have had one child, Grace 
F., b. Sept. 28, 1S6S; d. Nov. 23, 1S7S. 
ii. Edwin F., b. Aug. 20. 1S44; killed in the Revere disaster, Aug. 26, 1871. 

iii. Mary A., b. Oct. 4, 1846; m. Oct. 22. 1873, Morse of Merrimack, Mass. 

iv. Anna L., b. June 20, 1851 ; m. Aug. 28, 1S71, Smith of Salem. 

V. Arthur Prescott, b. Feb. 7, 1S54; an apothecary in Providence. R. I. : m. March 
18, 1879, Harriet B. Hanson of Providence, b. Aug. 23, 1S57. Have had (i) 
Gertrude Brownell. b. June 22, 1S80; (ii) Edwin French, b. May 4, 1S81. d. 
1883. 
vi. Susan T., b. Nov. 14, 1856; living unm. in Salem, a teacher. 

vii. Martha S., b. Jan. 7, i860; m. Morse of Boston. 

viii. Melvin C, b. Nov. 4, 1S62; d. unm. 

1277. Albert (566) Sanborx, born in Chichester, N. H., April iS, 
1816. A carpenter in Chichester, where he lived and died. ?vlarried 
Feb. 28, 1839, Almira Jane, daughter of David Drake of Chichester, born 
April 4, 1820: died June 8, 1879. He died Oct. 31, 1882. 

Children : 

i. Louisa Jane, b. Feb. 28, 1S40; d. unm. July 10, 1S72. 

ii. David Albert, b. April 3, 1S43; committed to Danvers, Mass., Insane Hospital, 

Oct., 1896. 
iii. George Alonzo, b. July 8, 1845 ! living in Salem, Mass. 
iv. Almira Ann, b. April 12, 1849; hving in Chichester. 
V. James Otis, b. June 2, 1851 ; a railroad employ^, living in .Marblehead. Mass.; 

m. Jan. 14, 1876, "Emma E. Langley of Chichester, b. Dec. 23, 1853. Have 

had (i) BertW., b. July 22, 1S77; (ii) Bertha W. (twin to Bert), d. 1S78: 

(iii) Vernon A., b. May 31, 1881. 
vi. William Weed, b. April 28, 1857; living in Concord, X. H., a carpenter; m. 

March 21, 1882, Mary Elizabeth Walker. Had (i) Winifred May, b. .March 

26, 1883. 

1278. Joseph White (567) S.\nborx, born in Salem, Mass., April 19, 
1819. A tanner and currier in Salem, where he lived and died. Married 
(i) May 15, 1845, Mary Beddoe of Salem, born in 1820, died June 16, 
1867; (2) Hannah Rutherford, who died Nov. 11, 1878. He died April 
7, 1886. 

Children : 

i. Joseph Warren, b. Sept. 15, 1845 i living in Elizabeth, X. J. 

ii. Mark, b. Oct. 18, 1847; living unm., a druggist in E. Saugus. 

iii. William .McPherson, b. March 15, 1849; superintendent of Salem hospital; unm. 

iv. George F., b. Oct. 26, 1850; unm., a clerk in Salem. 



460 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

V. Mary F., b. Aug. 23, 1S52. 

vi. Maria J., b. Jan. 29, 1S54. 

vii. Paul Julian, b. July 23, 1S55. 
viii. Thomas A., b. Aug. 19, 1857. 

i.\. Kate Lord, b. and d. 1S59. 
X. Minnie P., b. Sept. 27, 1S60; living in Mcdford, Mass. 

xi. John R., b. Nov. 15, i86r ; d. 1865. 
xii. Henry E., b. and d. 1S65. 

xiii. Susan B., b. March 28, 1S67; living in Salem. 
xiv. John J., b. Aug. 15, 1S74; d. 1876. 

1282. Abraham Batchelder (56S) Sanborn, born Aug. 10, 1825. 
A locomotive engineer; lived in Grafton, N. H. Enlisted in 1862, in Co. 
C, I2th N. H. Infantry. Married Feb. 4, 1850, Abigail Ford. Still living. 

Children : 

i. Sarah. 

ii. Charles B., b. in Warren, N. H , May 30, 1S5S; a locomotive engineer, living 
in Minneapolis, Minn.; m. (i) .May 5, 1881, Mary McCormack of Mattoon, 

111., b. May 20, 1S62, d. Feb. 25, 18S7: (2) . Had (i) Ida, b. 

' — April 8, 1882 ; (ii) Frank, b. March 31, 1884; (iii) Ray, b. Aug. 6, 1890. 

1285. George Getchell (572) Sanborn, born in Levant, Me., Oct. 
15, 1843. Lived in St. Paul, Minn., but now resides in Pittsburgh, Penn. 
Married Oct. 8, 1868, Georgie A. Cobb of Portland, Me. 

Children : 

ii. Sarah Cobb, b. March 29, 1S70, in Bangor, Me. - - . 

ii. Daniel Tilton, b. and d. 1S74. 
iii. Frank Dickerson, b. in Bangor, .Me., Sept. 13, 1875. 

1286. James Arthur (573) Sanborn, born in Charleston, Me., March 
13, 1846. Moved West, and settled in Crystal Lake, Minn. Married 
there, Nov. 20, 1877, Eva Hooper. 

Children : 

i. William Archie, b. Nov. 16, 1879. 
ii. Herbert Hooper, b. Aug. 2, 18S6. 

1287. Deacon Jesse W. (575) Sanborn, born in Acton, -Me., Feb. 17, 
1812. A farmer, lived and died in Acton. Married Dec. 27, 1834, Lois 
Russell, born Sept. 15, 1814. 

Children : 

i. Mary T., b. .Ma) 31, 1S37; d. 1840. 
ii. Horatio H., b. July 18, 1840; d. 1841 
iii. Horatio H., b. June 13, 1842. 



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461 



iv. Francis M., b. July 25, 1.844. ■ '. .' " 

V. Jonathan V., b. April 13, 1847. : • ' i 

vi. Horace E., b. Aug. iS, 1849. .. ^ 

vii. Nancy E., b. Feb. 18, 1S52. " _ _ . 

viii. Louisa E., b. March 11, 1853. 

1292. John Oilman (578) Sanborn, born in Acton, Me., May 30, 
1822. A farmer and lumber dealer, now living in Horn's Mills, N. H. 
Married Mary Elizabeth Garvin, born June 11, 1824; died Dec. 12, 1891. 

Children : 

i. Ida, b. Aug. 19, 1852. 
ii. Georgiana, b. March 30, 1S54. 
iii. Elvira H., b. Oct. 7, 1S56; d. 1857. 
iv. Son, b. Sept. 24, 1857 ; d. in inf. 

V. Dyer Hook, b. May 9, 1S59: b. in Wakefield, X. H. ; now a painter, living in 
Sanbornville, X. H. ; ni. June 11, 1887, Minnie A. Wiggin of Xewington, 
N. H., b. May 3, 1S70. Have had (i) Ernest Ray, b. Jan. 12, 1890; (ii) 
Ansil Xorris, b. Jan. 22, 1S94. 

1293. Stephen M. (578) Sanborn, born in x\cton. Me., Feb. 13, 1S24. 
A farmer, now living in Acton. Married Aug. 4, 184S, Eliza A. Farnham 
of Acton, born April 16, 1826. Both living. 

Children : 

i. Herbert J., b. Oct. 24, 1S51 : d. unm. July 25. 1876. 

ii. John H., b. Oct. 27, 1856; now living in Acton; m. June S, J878, Anne B. 
Ramsdell. Have had (i) Herbert J., b. May 3, 1S83, d. 1S91 ; (ii) Ralph S . 
^ b. Feb. 7, 1885. 

1294. Henry Veasey (578) Sanborn, born in Acton, Me., Jan. 10. 
1826. A farmer in Roxbury, Mass. Married Feb. 15, 1852, Mary A. 
Smith of Newbury, Vt., born July 9, 1826. Both living in Roxbury. 

Children : ' 

i. Clara Etta, b. Xov. 6, 1853; m. Nov. 15. 1877, Francis P. Hathaway of Rox- 
bury. 
' ' ii. Mary Jane, b. Aug. 26, 1857 ; drowned 1859. 

iii. Henry Marshall, b. Aug. 15, 1S60; m. Aug. 15, 1SS7, May V. Evans of Rox- 
bury ; now lives with his father. 

1300. Hon. John William (587) Sanborn, born in Wakefield, X. H., 
Jan. 16, 1822. One of New Hampshire's most prominent sons, — President 
of N. H. Senate in 1875, Trustee of N. H. Agricultural College, 1S71-79. 
Lives in Sanbornville, N. H., which was named after him. In 1S74, re- 
ceived the honorary degree of A. M. from Dartmouth. Has always been 



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prominently associated with New Hampshire nilronH T c 

.enae,u or . ..,. „r .„e Bos.,, . i.^ ^!Zt ^L:::Z fTpe^ 
--,1849, Almna J. Chnpmnn of Wakefield, X. H., born May iS^K 

^;ed^J.„e ., ,894; (.) Sep,, .0, .S96, J„H. A. ThuJon o7 pVeedoi 

Cliildren : 

i. CharlesW., b. Dec. .9, ,849; d. unm.Jan. ,7, ,886. " • ■ 

"■ tllen J., b. Oct. ,0, JS57; d. ,858. 

■". Lilian, b. .Ma, =3, ,863 ; m. .May .3, ,888. .Mr. Rogers of Sanbornv.ile. .V. H 

6 'XV Jf"" "-^^-^ (5S7) S,«BORx, ho,-n in Wakefield, X. H., Oct 
Sn ^%v ^"T'-f.'-'"' '^■^-'' '--'^■- in Kittety, Me. Ma,-,ied Xov. .. 1840 

Hrd-ed"M"s"i'^X:.''^'"-'-^- '-''^^- ''■ '''^' ^-' •^-"'^".' ■'^'' 

Children : 

i. William Manson, b. in Kitterv, Aug. 14, 1850- clerk in R R q„nr • - • 

- ■ r jj ' ''"' ^'> '*='■"'' J°»l'"a. b. .Aug. ,3. ,87;. d ,877- (iii 

»'-'' H™»'J- b. Nov. 5, ,877 i (iii, Henry Brackett b. .M ... 88,' ' 

n:! v.'^i '■ '^'- '■ "'-• ''■- '" ^"-"■"'- ■^■--^ - J-- 3., .SS. 

"'■ "btnCi?,:: N.' H.-'"-"- "■"''""■ °''- =^' "''- ' ^-^ ■•^^^-="»' - San. 
iv. Sarah Elizabeth, d. in infancy. 

V. Mary Elizabeth, b. March 9, 1S58 ; m. Herbert Lambert, and d Au. 10 ,S8r 
VK John Alcle^n.b. Xov. ,, ,863; m. June 6, .894. Emma ^;Wo;t^and!l'. Oct.' 
vii. Arthur Lincoln, b. Dec. 19, 1S63 (twin): d. 1S64 

vm. Andrew Libby,b. Dec. 19, 1S63 (twin);' d. 1S64 ' 

IX. Edward Everett, b. and d. 1S65. -" 

X. Ernest, b. and d. 1869. 

Feb^°'^ zS^T"'; ^^-^^"'f ^°-^- (587) S...VBo,.K, born in Wakefield, X. H., 
devo.e'd'hshfrt^T" °J- S'-<=^'/"-gy and nndannted ability, ^vl,o has 
deyoted h,s hfe to ra.hoadmg, and stands to-day as one of the'best ex^m- 
Pl s o. he practtcal rail,-oad official of America. He has risen throu"; a I 

dent of the consohdated Boston & .%raine R. R. system, one of the best 
^1j-'"'-f' ™" '■"" '" "- --'^- "e .iy;s in S n y 
ried Sen^ S 7Tr" " °'" °' "'^ «""' '" "'"' ^-^Ughtf"! 'own. .Mar: 
B h tt '• ''''' '^'"' ''■ ^•^•^■^'°" -" '^'^^ -^le^-born July ,. .836. 



THE AMERICAN SAXBORNS. 463 



Children 



i. Caroline E., b. Jan. 7, 1S60: ni. May 24, 1SS2, J. M. French of Soinerville, 

Mass. 
ii. Fred Everett, b. in Portsmouth, N. H., Xov. 15. 1S65 ; now (1897) a conductor 
on the B. & M. R. R., livinji; in Portland, Me.; ni. Xov. 22, 18S7, Cora A. 
Hopkins of IJrewer. Me., b. April 5, 1S6S. Have had (i) Mildred Hopkins, 
b. April 7, 1SS9; (ii) Daniel Washington, born June 14, 1S93. 

1305. Joseph Warrex (592) Sanborn, born in Orono, Me., Sept. 5, 
1840. A prominent and successful lumber merchant of Kansas City, Mo. 
Married Nov. 16, 1S71, Emma Car\- Burnhain of Kansas City, born Aug. 
9, 1852. Both living. 

Children : 

i. Fred Roi, b. Sept. 8, 1S75 '1 ^" electrician, living in Kansas City, unni. 
ii. Perita. 

iii. Thomas Warren. 
iv. Basil Isaac. 
V. Joseph Warren. 

1306. Rev. Edmund Ring (592) Sanborn, born in Orono, Me., Jan. 
21, 1844. '■'^ Unitarian clergvman, settled in Philadelphia, and later in 
Bangor, Me. Married Sept. 30, 1869, Emma Frances Otto of Philadel- 
phia, born Oct. i, 1S45, and still living. He died in Bangor, Me., Oct. 21. 
1886. 

Children : 

i. Otto White, b. Sept. 22, 1S70: d. 1S72. 

ii. Edmund Ring, b. March iS, 1S72, in Bloomington, 111 ; now a chemist, living 
unm. in Sharon, Pa. 

1*307. Oilman (593) Sanborn, born in Prospect, Me., Jul\- 31. 1809. 
A farmer in Prospect, where he lived and died. Married June 23. 1S30, 
Mary Jane Cole of Dover, X. H. 

Children : 

i. Elizabeth Ann, b. July 24, 1842. . . 

ii. James, b. Dec. 19, 1846. . . 

iii. Elsa Jane, b. Jan. 6, 1850. 
iv. Mary, b. April 14, 1S51. 
. - V. Julia E., b. .March i, 1S53. . . . _ . 

1309. x\LnERT James (595) Sanborn, born in Hampton Falls, X. H., 
Aug. 21, 1828. A farmer and school-teacher in Seabrook and E.xeter. 
N. H. Married July 16, 1863, Sarah Ann Johnson of Amesbury. Mass.. 
born Dec. 9, 1836, still living. He died in Exeter, X. H., April 30, 1S93. 



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Child: 

i. Frank Berry, b. in Hampton Falls, Jan. 15, 1865 ; lived on the farm which had 
■'• belonged to his grandfather, Stephen Gove Johnson ; went through two district 

schools, the town academy, graduated from the Putnam school in Newbury- 
port, Mass., in 1883; B. S. of Dartmouth, 1887; completed the two years" 
course of the Thayer School of Civil Engineering, 1889; since then engaged 
in engineering work until 1S97, when he began a two years" course of English 
and engineering at Harvard University: a man of energy and perseverance; he 
taught three terms while going through Dartmouth, and spent four vacations in 
engineering work in the field; m. Sept. 21, 1892, Grace Adelaide, dau. of 
• Cyrus Cobb of Brookline, Mass., a Boston artist of distinction. Have had 
(i) Ralph, b. June 19, 1S94; (ii) Ruth Alden, b. June 26, 1897. 

1310. George Berry (595) Sanborn, born in Hampton Falls, X. H., 
Feb. 12, 1833. A farmer in Hampton Falls, where he lived and died. 

Married Susan F. Pickard of Rowley, Mass., born , died Oct. 11, 

1894. He died Jan. 25, 1893. 

Children : • 

i. Frederick P., b. ; lives in Hampton Falls. 

ii. George L., b. ; lives in Forge Village, Mass. 

iii. Parley A., b. March 18, 1S63; a carriage maker in Amesbury, Mass.: m. (i) 
Dec. 23, 18S8, Cora E. Donaldson of Amesbury, b. Dec. 25, 1S64, d. July 9, 
1890; (2) May 3, 1S94, Mary E. Jones of .Amesbury, b. Nov. 14, 1873. 
Have had (i) Edith M., b. March 10, 1890. 

131 1. John Newell (595) Sanborn, born in Flampton Falls, N. H., 
Feb. 4, 1843. A practical and successful farmer in Hampton Falls, where 
he is still living. Married Dec. 4, 1878, Lucy Ellen Marston of North 
Hampton, born Dec. i, 1855. 

Children : 

i. Laura Marston, b. Oct. 11, 188 1. 

ii. Levi Newell, b. Sept. 2, 1883. ' 

iii. Grant Berry, b. Oct. 8, 1885. 
iv. Alice Josephine Dennett, b. Feb. 12, 1887. 

1312. Dr. Charles Henry (597) Sanborn, was born at Hampton Falls, 
Oct. 9, 1821, and brought up, like his younger brothers, to tarm labors, and 
the miscellaneous industries of a New England boy ; at the same time acquir- 
ing a good education in the common schools and by private study and read- 
ing. Afterwards he taught school, made shoes for the Lynn manufacturers, 
became an officer in the militia, engaged in politics, and was one of the 
young men who followed the lead of Congressman Hale (1S45) in forming 
an independent Democratic partv in New Hampshire, on the Texas annexa- 



;'-,., THE AMERICAN SAXHORNS. 465 

tion question. Comhinjn^ with tlic Whig part\-, under llie lead ol the 
Bells, Gen. James Wilson of Kecne, these independents carried the state 
election of 1846, and Charles received a place in the Secretary of State's 
otiice at Concord, and liad some part in editing the Indcfouicnt Democrat 
there. lie was afterwards a member of the legislature for several years, 
and assisted b}' his vote and his acquaintance through the state, in the 
re-election of Senator Hale, when the contest v/as close. While his brother 
Frank was in college, Charles studied medicine and took his degree at Har- 
vard in 1856, practising most of the time since in his native town and 
vicinity, Hampton, North Hampton, Kensington, Rye, South Hampton, 
Seabrook, and Stratham. He has held most of the town offices at one time 
or another, and, soon after the Civil War, took up his residence on the knoll 
first occupied by Deacon Benjamin Sanborn, while his own ancestor, Joseph, 
occupied the otlicr side of the Exeter road. 

He is one of the best known and most respected physicians of Hampton 
Falls, with a practice extending over many miles in the neighboring towns, 
as far east as Portsmouth, and north to Exeter, a man of great ability and 
scholarship, with a striking vein of humor. No better example of the old- 
fashioned " country doctor" can be found in New England, and his name is 
a household word, for ten miles round. Married 1S62, Elizabeth Giles 
(Brown) Standley, daughter of 'Squire William Brown of Hampton Falls, 
a man of substance. She was a rare character, all sweetness and patience 
through long years of affliction, for at a comparatively early age she became 
incurably lame, and long betbre her death could not walk a step. 

Children : 

i. Mary Lewis, b. Oct. 13, 1863, d. 1S66. 
* ii. Charles Philip, b. Aug. 27, 1866; his father's companion on the long rides which 
a country doctor's practice entails; his death, Nov. 29, 1889, at an early age 
was a great loss. 
iii. Anne Leavitt, b. Dec. 24, 1S67; graduated at Wheaton Seminary. Norton, Mass.. 
where slie taught scliool for some years, until called home by the fatal illness of 
her mother; now engaged in charitable work in Boston; unm. 

1313. Franklin Benjamin (597) Sanborn, A. B., was born in Hampton 
Falls, N. H., Dec. 15, 1S31, in the old house in Hampton Falls, at the top 
of the gentle hill on which his ancestors laid out their tarm in the seventeenth 
century among the pine woods, and some thirty rods eastward ot where the 
original house stood, as shown by the old well and the scattered bushes ol 
the English Lancastrian rose, which they planted there, and which still sur- 
vives. His grandfather. Benjamin, tor whom he was named, was the 
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child's particular caretaker, thou^Hi seventy-two years old. Frank slept in 
his bedroom on the ground floor, except in winter, entering it from the old 
spacious kitchen, with its fireplace six feet wide and three feet deep, wain- 
scoted and unplastered at the top, with a dark smoky pole hung across 
above to dry wet garments on, and an old oak armchair, perhaps brought from 
England, in which sat '• Grandsir Sanborn;" so called to distinguish him 
in a clnld's mind from the other grandfather, '-Grandpa Leavitt," who came 
often to chat and to urge Democratic politics on his milder kinsman. 

Benjamin Sanborn was a hale, hearty yeoman of the English type, blue- 
eyed and brown-haired, with cheerful good nature, and a clear, rosy com- 
plexion, even at eighty-five. About 1S21, when political animosities sub- 
sided under the sagacious administration of Monroe, Parson Abbott had 
consented to the introduction in the "singing-seats'" oi his old meeting- 
house, of instruments,— a bass-viol played by Jo Perkins and a clarinette 
blown by Peter Tilton. Benjamin Sanborn, who had been constant at 
church before, took oflence at this new music, which seemed to him better 
suited for dancing than for worship, and for a while staved awav from ser- 
Vice. It IS the only instance of Puritanic strictness recorded of the good 
old man ; he viewed the younger generation of temperance reformers with 
toleration, but took his own moderate tipple at intervals, notwithstanding ; 
kept a goodly mug of cider on his table and favored the family with 
Jamaica punch on Independence Day, in the great pitcher, whereon was 
seen the Constitution capturing the Giicrricre. Parson Abbott spent many 
evenings at his house, and took occasion to talk of David with his harp, 
and all the instruments named in the Bible,— until, tinally, he persuaded 
the widower back to his pew. 

'* An early and proud recollection," says F. B. S., " is of going into this 
pew with my mother, when I was hardly high enough to peep through its 
enticing 'banisters,' arraved in a green trock and lonf^ white stockin'^s. 
Lrrandfather had then ceased to go to church Sundays, but sat at home and 
read the Bible, or some religious book, in a loud whisper sounding the tinal 
ed, as ' Enoch walk-ed with God,'— which struck my childish mind with 
awe. Like his father-in-law, who was the Democratic party leader in that 
region, my father was an active Democrat, and, under Jackson, his party 
controlled the little town of Hampton Falls ; he was theretbre chosen Town 
Clerk. One of his duties was to record the names of new-born children ; 
and while my grandfather gave me his own Scripture name, and mv fond 
grandmother Leavitt added the favorite middle name of ' Franklin" in honor 
of the great doctor,— father, knowing that his son would be called ' Frank,' 



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vowed he should not go by his middle name. He therefore reversed on the 
record tlie usual order, and entered me as 'Franklin Benjamin,' — a whim 
that has occasioned some triflin<i mistakes ever since. He was rather too 
persistent in his own whims, but essentially just in his nature ; a serious, 
rather saturnine person, inclined to separate himselt" t'rom others; industri- 
ous, fruo-al, and o-overninrr his Tamil v more bv severitv than affection ; an 
athletic man, skilful with his hands in many arts, a fine horseman ; unspar- 
ing of himself, kinder to the poor than complaisant to the rich, and indepen- 
dent to the verge of self-will."' 

Aaron Sanborn and all his near kindred were readers, and in that com- 
munity of old traditions and simple habits, learning was held in honor and 
books were easv to obtain in libraries or by neigliborly borrowing. W ith 
such books, many of them in Latin, and with the instruction of his brother 
Charles and the ministers, in addition to the youths who taught winter 
schools, Mr. Sanborn had picked up, before fifteen, much miscellaneous 
learning. To this he added, by himself, before 1S50, a good deal of Latin. 
a little French, some German, and the rudiments of Greek, — though his 
father had forbidden him the latter, when at the wish ot' the school-master, 
and the age of eleven, he had learned the Greek alphabet. He began to 
write verses at sixteen, and ti)oun;ht himself skilful that wav before he was 
nineteen, — even printing a tew. Up to this time, he had no thought of 
enterinrr- college, and neither formed for himselt', nor had formed lor him, 
any definite plan of life. He grew up in much t'reedom, working with his 
hands, but not excessively ; sauntering and reading a great deal, with lew 
companions, outside of his own cousins and neighbors : learning to swim 
and shoot, play whist and chess; going to church when he pleased, but 
not habitually, and joining in a literary circle which first gave an opportun- 
ity to try his pen in verse and prose. Its manuscript journal, bearing the 
high name-of " The Star of Social Relorm," contained a few pieces written 
at eighteen, which he has since printed. He says, " I was also making my 
first experiments in love, without forming any serious connection, until, in 
my nineteenth year, it was my good fortune to meet the person who had the 
most inspiring intluence on that portion of my life which preceded my 
acquaintance with Emerson and John Brown. This was Miss Ariana 
Smith Walker, a grand-niece of Webster's witty friend, Judge Smith 01 
Exeter. I met her in the summer of 1850, and between us a quick and 
inspiring affection grew up, changing my course of thought. This contin- 
ued my chief interest for tour years, and until her death in August, 1S54. 
It was her wish that we should be married, when her death was seen to be 



46S ; . SANBORN GICNEALOGV. 

near; and we were united in name, as we had been in spirit almost trom 
our first siglit of each other, but a short week before her death, which 
occured at her lather's iiouse in Peterborough, where her maternal relatives, 
the Smiths and Morisons, of the genial Scotch-Irish race, had settled in 
the middle of the last century." 

Already, at her suggestion, he had been prepared for Harvard, partly 
by private lessons from Prof. J. G. Hoyt of Exeter Academy, and finally 
by seven months' study in that excellent old school, then very small 
(i85i-'52). He entered college in July, 1852, and found among his class- 
mates there, Phillips Brooks, Gen. Frank Barlow, Edwin Morton, Robert 
Treat Paine, Theodore Lyman, and others since noted. Though actually 
at Cambridge but little more than two years, ^Nlr. Sanborn's greater age 
and miscellaneous reading gave him good rank. Mr. Emerson, who had 
known him in college, selected him as the tutor of his children, and by his 
influence secured him a flourishing; school in Concord, which he carried 
on for eight years, Irom March, 1S55, to ^March, 1S63, — teaching both 
bovs and (firls, and civino; them some taste of country life and social 
training. 

Interest in national aflairs drew his attention often from this school, hav- 
ing loner been devoted to the freedom of the Southern slaves and the eman- 
cipation of the North from its subservience to the slave masters and their 
commercial and political allies. This was contrary to the wish ot his 
elders, but it brought him into acquaintance with Theodore Parker, 
Wendell Phillips, Dr. Howe, Mr. Garrison, and others who took the anti- 
slavery side. Along with some of these, — George L. Stearns, Dr. Samuel 
Cabot, Colonel Higginson, two of the Lawrence lamily, Dr. William and 
A. A. Lawrence (father of the Bishop), etc., — he became active in the 
colonization and defence of Kansas in i855-'56-'57, serving on committees 
and giving and raising money therefor. This again brought him into 
friendship with that remarkable champion of tVeedom, John Brown, to 
whose cause and apparently hopeless undertaking in Virginia Mr. Sanborn 
gave time and monev in i858-'59. The storv of this period is told in his 
"Life and Letters" of Brown, and " Life of Dr. Howe." 

Its events brought upon him in the winter and spring of i860 an attempt 
by the Virginians and other slaveholders, who then controlled the United 
States Senate, to kidnap and compel him to testify betbre a Senate com- 
mittee against his and Brown's triends, which he was resolved never to 
do. Being summoned as a witness by the chairman of the Senate com- 
mittee, Mason of Virginia, Mr. Sanborn declined to appear, and the Senate 



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THE AMERICAN SANBORXS. 469 

ordered his arrest in" February, iS6o; but the warrant, addressed to the 
sergeant-at-arms of the Senate, lay dormant until April, when it appeared 
in the hands of one Silas Carleton, a Boston bailifl', who, escorted by young 
Freeman, a son of the United States marshal of the district (^who had 
served the Senate summons in December), came to his house at night, with 
four men, and by a tbrged letter sought to entrap him. Ignorant of their 
purpose, for he supposed the Senate had given up its unwise purpose of 
arresting him, Mr. Sanborn admitted them to his house, where they hand- 
cuffed him and prepared to carry him off like a runaway slave, seized 
under tliis same ^Mason's Fugitive Slave Law. The courage of his sister, 
his own resistance, and the intervention of neighbors, who came flocking 
at the sound of the tire-bell, stopped the kidnappers, and a writ ot' habeas 
corf lis, drawn up by a neighbor. Judge Hoar, then on the Massachusetts 
Supreme Bench, and served by Sheriff Moore, another neighbor, with the 
-posse comitatiis, took him from their hands and brought him tb.e next dav 
before Chief Justice Shaw and the full bench, who discharged him as 
unlawfully arrested. 

Such affairs interfered with the success of the school, and the outbreak 
of the war so reduced the pupils that in the winter of i862-'63 ^Vlr. Sanborn 
accepted an offer from the friends of emancipation to edit their weeklv 
newspaper, the Boston Coinmonzvealth, only remaining in that capacit\' 
seven months, however, when Governor Andrew called him to be the first 
secretary of the Massachusetts Board of State Charities (Oct. i, 1S63). 
This was the first organization of the kind in the country (there are now 
twenty or more), and everything had to be begun and carried through 
without pattern. Dr. Howe soon became its chairman, and its very effi- 
cient general agent was Henry B. Wheelwright. These three graduallv 
reorganized the Massachusetts charities, and set the fashion tor other state 
boards, which began to be appointed in 1S67. Mr. Sanborn was thus with- 
drawn from active participation in tlie war — having the interests of manv 
thousand poor persons to look after — and worked, he says, " as I have 
never done, before or since, to understand, explain, and reform the char- 
itable and statistical work of Massachusetts." At the end of five vears' 
service as secretary, he accepted the invitation of Samuel Bowles to become 
a resident editor of his Republican ; this took him to Sprkigtiela and Ash- 
field for lour years, and brought him into closer friendship with George 
William Curtis and other literary men. Mr. Sanborn was for a few months 
managing editor of the ^6'^//<^//Va;/ in 1871, and helped organize the suc- 
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as the Republican candidate ; he was finally chosen, eleven years after, as 
the Democratic candidate. 

Mr. Sanborn married Auir. i6. 1S62, his second wife, Louisa Augusta 
Leavitt ot' Woburn, in the small Boston church of his friend, James Free- 
man Clarke, after which they lived for a winter in Cambridge, and one 
spring with a dear old friend, ]Mrs. Sarah Ripley, in the Old Manse at 
Concord. 

After resigning his secretaryship in 1S68, Mr. Sanborn had been ap- 
pointed a member of the state board in 1S70, and in 1874 succeeded Dr. 
Howe as its chairman for two years, originating or cooperating in legisla- 
tion or administration affecting public charity throughout the country, and 
joining, in May, 1S74, ^vith Dr. Hoyt and Mr. Letchworth of New York, 
]Mr. Elmore of Wisconsin, and Mv. F. H. Wines of Illinois, in foundincr the 
National Conference of Charities at New York city. 

Previously (October, 1S65), Mr. Sanborn, with Mrs. C. H. Dall, Dr. 
Howe, Colonel Higglnson, Presidents Rogers of the Technological Institute 
and Oilman of the Baltimore University, Governors Andrew and Boutwell, 
Mr. R. C. Winthrop, and many others, united in founding the American 
Social Science Association, of which he was an officer for nearly thirty- 
three years and secretary more than twenty-five years. He was also asso- 
ciated with General Hayes (afterwards President), with Dr. E. C. Wines, 
Mr. Brockway of tiie Elmira Reformatory, and many other friends, at Cin- 
cinnati in 1870, in forming the National Prison Association, which was 
revived at Saratocfa in 1SS2. This connection with such organizations led 
Mr. Sanborn to write and publish several thousand pages on the topics 
generally included under '"Social Science." while his state reports for 
Massachusetts, on charities, prisons (of which he was an inspector tor five 
years), insane asylums, reformatories, etc., must cover 8,000 pages. While 
chairman of the state board, he carried an important legislative inquiry into 
the mismanagement of the Tewksbury State Almshouse, resulting in a 
reformation of the system there, especially after the action of Governor 
Butler, in 1883, gave the state board opportunity to complete the work 
begun in 1S76. In 1877, with the support of the Board of State Charities, 
Mr. Sanborn carried on a similar inquiry inso the cost of the new Danvers 
Lunatic Hospital, which resulted in much economv of money and an ex- 
posure of the futility of such building of palace hospitals for paupers. In 
consequence of these services, he was asked in 1879. ^3' ^^^^ friend Thomas 
Talbot, then Governor of Massachusetts, to assist in a second reorganiza- 
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for tlie place of general inspector of charities, which he held from July, 
1879, to November, iSSS, when he was illegally but effectively deprived 
of it. 

"In all,"' says Mr. Sanborn, " my official service to Massachusetts was 
about twenty-five years, and I have continued since 1SS8. as a private citi- 
zen and publicist, to aid in the promotion of better systems in mv own and 
other states. It might also be mentioned that I took an active part, from 
1S65 to 1S7S, in establishing oral instruction tor deaf children in schools at 
Northampton, Boston, and Mystic, Conn. I have been for thirtv years one 
of the twelve trustees of the Clarke School for the Deaf at Northampton — 
one of the best in the world, — and had much to do with obtaining its char- 
ter from the legislature in 1S67. The same year I obtained the charter 
and assisted in the organization of the Massachusetts Infant Asylum, which, 
first in America, showed practically how to prevent the extreme mortalitv 
among motherless infants, and which still continues to do its good work 
near Boston." 

In 1S79, ^^1'- Sanborn aided his neighbor, Bronson Alcott, and his 
friends. Prof. W. T. Harris, Mrs. Ednah Cheney, Miss Elizabeth Pea- 
body, and others, to carry out a long-cherished plan of Alcott and Emer- 
son, — the opening of a summer school of philosophy and literature at 
Concord, in the grounds of ^Iv. Alcott's picturesque •' Orchard House,"' 
where they built the small " Hillside Chapel.'" They continued to hold 
sessions during the summers of nine years. — closing the enterprise with a 
memorial service for the founder and dean of the school, in iSSS, a few 
months after Mr. Alcott's death. This involved the arrancrement and 
delivery of some tlfty lectures by ten or fifteen professors and scholars in 
each year, to audiences ranging Irom twenty to three hundred, and usually 
followed by a free debate. Mr. Sanborn was secretary and treasurer 
of the faculty, and also lectured several times each summer; in some 
years one thousand different persons attended during some part of the 
courses. It was the first of such schools, perhaps, but has since been 
often imitated. 

As a contributor to the Atlantic and other magazines and reviews, he 
had published much bel'ore 18S2, when his first literary book appeared, — 
the life of his neighbor and t'riend, Henrv Thoreau. in the "Boston Series 
of American Authors."' The same year he edited for Mr. Alcott a volume 
of *' Sonnets and Canzonets," and in 1887 Mr. Alcott"s poetical auto- 
biography, entitled " New Connecticut." These were followed, in 1803. 
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In 1S85 Mr. Sanborn published, after long preparation, the authentic 
" Life and Letters of John Brown." All these books except the first- 
named were publislied by Roberts J^rolhers of Boston. 

For llie School of Philosophy he edited its two volumes of lectures there 
delivered, — in 1SS5, "The Genius of Emerson," and in 1886, "The Life 
and Genius of Goethe," to which he contributed chapters. In 1891, after a 
visit to Greece, he published in a New York biographical series, a '* Lite 
of Dr. S. G. Howe," in which many of the facts concerning his connection 
with John Brown were first made public. In i892-'93 he resided in Greece 
again for more than four months, sailed along the shores of Attica, Beotia, 
Eubea, and Thessaly, and ascended Mt. Pelion, after traversing the plains 
ofThessaly and the pass of Tempe ; also sailed to Constantinople, rowed 
on the Bosphorus, saw the Sultan pass from his palace to his mosque, and 
sailed in broad daylight between Tenedos and the plain of Troy. He 
examined with Doerpteld and his students the ruins of Grecian temples and 
theatres ; saw Waldstein begin his excavations at Sparta, and continue 
those at the Argive Heraion ; and in the rare library of George Finla}' at 
Athens read again the story of the Gi-eek Revolution, and the romantic 
fortunes of his friend Trelawnv, — makincf use of this knowledse in some 
recent articles in Sc?-ib)ic?-''s Magazi)ic on Bvron and Trelawny (1S97). 
In 1S95, having long had them in his hands, Mr. Sanborn published, 
through Houghton & MitBin, the •• Familiar Letters of Henry Thoreau," 
which was virtually a new and better biography of him. And he has now 
completed the "Memoirs of Pliny Earle," with whom he was long asso- 
ciated in the improvement of the treatment and care of the American 
insane. In preparation for this task Mr. Sanborn visited many European 
asylums for the insane in 1890 and 1893, — in Austria, Belgium, Greece, 
Italy, Hungary, Saxony, Scodand, etc. Besides these books, he has 
edited or had some share in several others, drawn from the copious writings 
of Theodore Parker, with whom for seven years, while in college and in 
the Concord school, he was on the most intimate terms. He desired Mr. 
Sanborn to be his literary executor, as he was one of the executors of his 
will; but this purpose was frustrated by untoward circumstances following 
Parker's death in i860; however, his manuscripts and copyrights came 
into Mr. Sanborn's hands long afterwards. At present Mr. Sanborn is 
writing for the Scribners of New York, a small historical book, " Heroes 
of the Greek Revolution." 

On the invitation of a friend. Dr. A. D. White, now Ambassador to the 
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began in April, 1SS5, the first course of college lectures on applied social 
science ever heard in America, — visiting, after lectures, witii a large class 
of students, the model reformatory of Mr. Brockway at Elmira, the great 
Willard asylum lor the insane, and other establishments for the poor and 
vicious in New York. The pupils were required to pass an examination on 
the features observed at these different establishments, as well as on the 
general principles of the system upon which they were conducted and 
justified. He continued these lectures four years, with many hearers, — 
and such have since been had at other universities. He has lectured 
repeatedlv at other colleges and before many societies and clubs for the 
past forty-five years, — beginning at the Westford Academy in 1S53 with a 
college essay on '* King x-\rthur." His journalistic beginnings were even 
earlier, for he contributed verses to the Indcfcndent Democrat of Concord, 
N. H., in 1S49, ^"^ ^^'^^ o'^^ of the founders of the Harvard Magaziuc in 
1854, — «ince when he has printed verse or prose in more than forty periodi- 
cals, daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly, and to the extent of many, 
many thousand book-pages. 

As a vignette to this biographical sketch, the following extract from 
"Time and the Hour" (Boston, 1S97) may show a contemporary idea of 
Mr. Sanborn's personality : :. 

•V. 

Under the beautiful leafy aisle of Concord Main Street there moves no more remarkable 
fiojnre than that of F. B. Sanborn. As you meet him on the diurnal walk from the little post- 
office (where everybody meets everybody, and everybody bows to everybody, and perhaps, as 
in Gavarni's French village. " everybody b;;ickbites everybody"), book-laden, reading as he 
walks, he will cast a quick, searching glance at you from under his broad-brimmed hat. 
What a pungent look ! And what an Emersonian face ! In a certain sense — did you ever 
think of it ? — that face was, however, a typical New England one — so kind, so sympathetic 
and sympathy-craving; yet so keen. Mr. Sanborn's smile is a benediction, yet there is a 
rapier thrust latent in it. His eye twinkles and gleams at once. His lips are wreathed with 
lines of gentleness, yet they have adaptability for a sardonic twist. 

To you who know the man, the core of the man, and come to him in sympathy,— if \6\\ 
hated slavery, " doughfaces,'' red tape, and General Butler,— there is only the happiest hour 
in prospect if you are asked to end his walk with him and are received in tlie hospitable home- 
like red house down in the bend of the Sudbury Vineclad and umbrageous, it is caressed by 
the gentle fingers of the mist, with a most peaceful outlook on the curves of the river and low 
embracing hills, from wiiose sides a few scattered trees are limned upon the sky. Within. 
books and books and books. Some furniture, of course. You will probably recall a dinner- 
table, glass, china, and comestibles ; but books and talk, and that mobile, quaint, bitter- 
sweet flashing face, the well-considered, finished speech, full of wisdom and wit — these will be 
your memories. Tlie houseplace in which you sit has its associations with the romance of its 
master's life, and what you know of it and of him weaves its interior accompaniment to the. 
flow of speech, as is the manner when we talk with famous men. 



474 SAXBORX GENEALOGY. 

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To think and act for himself, — that self a product of two hundred years' fine New England 

stock, grafted from tlie Hampton Falls homestead (which passed from generation to generation) 
to the Concord life in its prime, — these are Frank Sanborn's inherent necessities. He knows 
. no fear nor favor. His sympathies are always with the under dog. From one point of view- 
he was entirely wrong in his attitude in the last campaign. From his ov. n he was wholly right. 
He heard in the opposition the voice of the people; and seeing how impossible it is, when 
organization is once effected, to cause this voice to be heard, he accepted all the doctrines 
associated with the manifestations against accumulated wealth and corporate influence — 
welcoming the deluge, as it were, to sweep the land clean and sweet. There is something of 
the heroic still lingering in all those anti-slavery heroes. They knew nothing of compromises 
or policies: here was the higher law, and there was its violation. So Mr. Sanborn saw the 
money-power omnipotent, as we see it to-day, and the poor man. the masses, without even an 
advocate, as bounty after bounty is lavished upon greedy claimants. 



SAN'BORy— Victor Channin? Sanborn. Jan. 

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, Children : 

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\ 1902 iii. Francis Bachiler, b. in Springfield, Mass., Feb. 5. 1872. -'-—).>♦ v,=i,^^^ >,. 

1314. Lewis Thomas (597) Sanborn, was born in Hampton Falls Oct. 
II, 1834. He devoted himself to farming, and succeeded his father in the 
management of the farm, but built his own house on the site of the burned 
parsonage of Dr. Langdon and Mr. Abbot, not lar from the Unitarian 
church which replaced the old meeting-house when he was a boy. He 
enlisted as a sharpshooter in Captain Jones's New Hampshire company 
of Colonel Berdan's regiment, but saw little active service, his health be- 
ing ruined by the malaria of the Potomac, throwing him into a long fever, 
in iS6i-'62, whose etiects he has lelt ever since. After the war he mar- 
ried Abby, daughter of Greenleaf Brown of Stratham, and built the house 
in which he now lives, — engaging largely for some years in the work of 
breediufT blooded horses. Like his father, he has alwavs been skilful in 
the training and management of horses, and active in all the pursuits ot 
agriculture, which, in that part of New Hampshire, have been increasingly 
difficult and decreasingl}- profitable for the past twenty years. 

1315. Joseph Leavitt (597) Sanborn, was the youngest child of his 
parents, born Oct. 30, 1S43, and failing to inherit tlie strong constitution of 
his kindred, he was the first of the brothers to die. From childhood he was 
grave and gentle in character, fond of learning, and acquiring readily 
whatever he undertook to learn, — industrious, helpful, and beloved by all 
who knew him, anci particularly by his brother Lewis, who spared no pains 
'to help him on with his education. After the usual course in the town 
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THE AMERICAN SAXI50RN.S. 475 

aided him with some of the chisses, being particidarly good in mathematics 
and natural science. He was tiiere tltted tor the Harvard Scientilic Sciiool, 
which he entered, but tlnding the course unsatisfactory, he entered at the 
Exeter academy, and there finished his preparation lor college. He grad- 
dated tirst in the Harvard class of 1S67, and was active in college journalism 
there, like his brother betbre him, and his nephew since. He became a 
teacher, for which he had great titness, and taught at West Xewton and 
Plymouth with much success and the regard of his pupils. Having mar- 
ried, in 1S70, ?vliss Josephine Lakin of Worcester, he became a private 
tutor at Cambridge, but was soon invited by Prot". W. T. Harris, now of 
the Bureau of Education, to take a position at St. Louis, Mo. The same 
success attended him there, in 1871-72; but he had overtasked his strength, 
and died in the spring of 1S72, of a violent fever, accompanied by menin- 
gitis. His brother Frank was with him at his death, and brought his 
remains, and his bereaved family, to Hampton Falls, where, in the lollow- 
ing summer, a second daughter was born. These sisters. Josephine (born 
in 187 1), and Esther, were tenderly cared lor by their mother and the 
family at Hampton Falls, and afterwards educated in .Boston, where Mrs. 
Sanborn has lono; been a valued teacher in the school of her husband's 
classmate, 'Mv. George C. Mann. They are now successful teachers 
themselves. Their father was an exact, sagacious, and broad-minded 
scholar, — a just and kindly man, wliose premature death was greatly 
lamented. He is buried witii his parents at Hampton Falls. 

1317. SuLviLYER Harris (602) Sanborn, born in Concord, X. H., 
Dec. II, 1819. Employed by his uncle, Oliver Lyford Sanborn (605), as a 
"devil" in his printing and publishing house in Portland, Me. Shortly 
after, however, Sulvilyer left the printing business, and started in the busi- 
ness of book-bindincr, which he developed into a large and successful 
industrv, inaugurating tiie prominent tirm now known as S. H. Sanborn's 
Sons, in Boston. Married (i) Jane, daughter o( John P. Goss ot Boston; 
(2) i860, Lucy W. Belknap of Boston, born Dec. 14, 1S40, died >Larch 
25, 1895. He died Aug. 20, 1891. 

Children : 

i. Henr\- Alonzo, b. Sept. 23, 1841 ; living in Jersey City. N. J. 
ii. Sarah Frances, b. April 15, 1S45; d. iS67-"6S. 

1903 ill. Frank Harris, b. Jan. 16, 1862. 

1904 iv. William Sherman, b. May 10, 1865. 

V. George P'ields, b. .April 25, 1S70: d. 1S78. 



476 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

131S. George Henry(6o5) Sanborn, was born in Concord, N. 11., July 
30, 1830. Connected as this branch of our tamily was with printing and jnib- 
lishinci, it is little cause for wonder that he turned his attention to that line of 
business. He learned the trade as a practical printer and publisher, and was 
earl}' connected with the Portland (Me.) ^;-o7/5, which his lather published. 
jNIr. Sanborn evinced an active and adaptive mind, and a thorough know- 
ledge of the needs of machinery to improve and assist the printer and pub- 
lisher. He moved to BulTalo, N. Y., where he conducted a successful pub- 
lishincr business, althouiih still verv voung. Returning to Boston, he 
began the manufacture of printing and binding machinery ; and thus laid 
the foundations of what is to-day perhaps the best known machinery manu- 
factorv in the trade. The machines which have been invented and devel- 
oped by him are principally cutting, trimming, and binding machines : — 
those almost human devices, which to-day supplant the labor of thousands, 
and by whose agency the expansion of the press has become so wide a fac- 
tor in the development of our countrv. Mr. Sanborn moved from Boston to 
New York, enlarging his plant and improving his patents ; the extent ol 
these may be imagiyed when it is known that in 1855 the Paris Exposition 
gave him a medal for tirst class book-binding machinery ; and the Inter- 
national Exposition of London in 1S62, awarded him the bronze medal tor 
first prize in like inventions. The list of medals since awarded the " San- 
born Machinerv,'' would cover several pages. About the year 1878, Mr. 
Sanborn associated with himself his two eldest sons, and on April 28, 1879, 
he came to Chicago, opening a branch there because he could not otherwise 
get adequate representation. From that date the business steadily grew in 
importance and volume, the entire western country opening up to the new 
trade. 

Mr. Sanborn was a man of strong character and impressed himself 
stonglv upon those with whom he was brought in contact. He was a man 
of great reserve and modestv, also ; — disliked to talk of his own achieve- 
ments, and particularly disliked to have his portrait taken. He was a man 
of wide learning, although not a college graduate ; and had traveled exten- 
sively, having been many times abroad to procure and protect his patents, 
which were taken out in many countries. He married (i) in 1853, at Port- 
land, Me., Juliet Dearborn, who died in 1S55 5 (-) i" 1S56, at Gorham, Me., 
Elizabeth Frances Lord, who survived him, and is now (1898) living in 
Brooklyn with her sons. Mr. Sanborn was not a clubman, preterring the 
comfort and seclusion of his own fireside. He was a Mason of high degree, 
belon^infi to a Boston lodjje. He died in Chicago, Jan. 26, 1S81. 



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Children : 

i. George Edwin, b. in Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1857. Early associated with his 
father in business, for tlie last twenty years he has been in charge of the inter- 
ests of the " Sanborn Machinery,'" fitted for sucli important duties by a natural 
aptitude for aftairs, and the same practical and active mind which enabled his 
father to lay the foundations for the present success. Mr. Sanborn is a born 
executive, and still has time to be genial and pleasant to even a chance 
acquaintance. He negotiated with the Standard Machinery Co., of Mystic, 
Conn, (who had for years manufactured his machines under patent rights for 
him), an arrangement by which, when that contract was terminated by mutual 
consent, he was their sole Western representative : and he is now representing 
their interests, as well as those of the Montague Co., in Chicago and the West. 
He is a man of rare courtesy, lives in Evanston, 111., and is a member ot the 
Chicago Union League club. He is unmarried. 

ii. Herman Lord, b. April 23, 1859. He represented the "Sanborn Machinery" in 
New York and the East for many years, until his death in January, 1S97. He 
was a man of great business ability, and made many friends. Married in 
1880, Augusta Lott, and had,— (i) Herman Ray; (ii) Marie; (iii) Dora. All 
the children and his widow are living in Pleasantville, N. Y. 

iii. Joseph Henry, b. July 10, 1S61 ; d. 1869. 

iv. Cuyler King, b. Feb. 12, 1870; manager of a large manufacturing concern in 
New York; lives in Brooklyn; m. Caroline Shimer of Brooklyn, and has one 
child, (i) Richard. 

1321. Dr. John Henry (612) Sanborn, born in Loudon, N. H., 
Aug. 19, 1835. Married Oct. 20, 1864, Elizabeth Walker Taylor of Cape 
Elizabeth, Me., born April 9, 1849. He was educated in the public and 
private schools of the town. Worked on the farm undl twenty-one years ot 
age. Worked in a drug store in 1859. Late in i860, commenced the study 
of medicine, but like many other young men at the breaking out of the War 
of the Rebellion, enlisted as a private in the volunteer service. Just betore 
the close of the war (March, 1865), was appointed a hospital steward 
(druggist) in the regular army, remained in the army after the close ot the 
war, and being in the medical department, completed the study of medicine. 
He has practised medicine in the states of Maine, Massachusetts, Dakota, 
Missouri, and Rhode Island. He was appointed City Physician, of New- 
port, R. I., in 1897, which position he now holds ; has been for years medi- 
cal adviser of the John Hancock Life Insurance Association. 

Children : . •" . 

i. Elizabeth Mabel, b. Feb. 21, 1866; m. Feb. 26, 1S89, R. J. Glen of Blaine, 
Wash. 
• ii. Alice Miud, b. ^L^y 26, 1869; unm.. a trained nurse, living in Newport. 
iii. John Henry, b. Oct. 22, 1874; m. Oct. 12, 1896; living in Newport. 



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1322. Jeremiah Lyford (612) Sanborn, born in Loudon, N. H., 
April 7, 1837. A machinist by trade, now living in Philadelphia. Married 
(i)Jan. 25, 1S62, Zeriiiah Underwood of No. Andover, Mass.; (2) Oct. 
T2, iSSi, Sarali I. McGann of Philadelphia, born Sept. i, 1866. 

Child: 

i. Eva Adelaide, b. Aug. S, 18S2. 

1325. Peter (613) Sandorn, born about 1792. Soon at'ter his t"ather's 
death moved with his mother to Sidney, Maine. In iSio, in company with 
a Mr. Bean, husband of his halt-sister, moved to Dexter, Me., and took up 
wild land. Married Sabrina, daughter of Da\id Russell. 

Children : 

i. Sabrina S., b. Nov. i, 1S16; m. Nallian T. Parkman of Newport, Me. 
ii. Enoch Russell, b. May 4, 1S19. , « 

1907 iii. Alviu P., b. Aug. 26, 1S24. 

iv. Elizabeth Jane, b. April 25, 1S27. 
V. Laura Ann, b. Dec. 16, 1S30; m. (i) Joel .M. Davis; (2) Gersham L. Gould of 

De.xter, Me. 
vi. Martin Bradford, b. Oct. i, 1834. ' - 

1326. Levi (614) Sanborn, born in Danville, N. H., >Larch 3, 17S9. 
A farmer in Danville, where he lived and died. Married Mary Hook. 
Died Feb. i, 1S25. 

Children : 

i. Lavinia. b. Sept. 23, 181 2; m. James Hook of Chester, 
ii. Ro.xana, b. June 9, 18 19; m. .Marden of Chester. 

1908 iii. John Stark, b. Oct. 5. 1S21. 

iv. Levi Hook, b. April 15, 1S24; an inmate of Concord. N. H. Insane Asylum. 

1327. Peter (616) Sanborn, born in Danville, N. H., Nov. 17, 1797. 
Lived in Boscawen, N. H. Married March 2, 1S20, Lucinda Collins of 
Danville. 

Children : 

i. Ezra, b. May 28. 1820; a farmer in Webster, N. H. : m. Nov. 27, 1S51, Sarah 
F. Elliott of Boscawen, N. H., b. June 5, 1S27-, he died Jan., 1S92. Had (i) 
Simeon Flavian, b. Feb. 25, 1857, a carpenter in Contoocook, N. H., m. 

Jan. 25, 1SS7, H. Blanche Whitcher of Hopkinton, N. H.. b. . and have 

. had (a) Roy E., (b) Carl R. ; (ii) Elihu O., b. April 20, 1861 ; B.S.of Dart- 

m.outh, 1890, m. and lives in Contoocook; (iii) Herman Clinton, b. Dec. 22, 

1862, m. Elizabeth F. French and lives in Hopkinton, N. H., has Clara May, 

- . b. 1887, and Sarah Maud, b. 1896; (iv) .Mary E., b. March 23, 1864; (v) 

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ii. Harriet, b. April 27, 1822; m. Sept. 7, 1843, Jacob Whittier. 
iii. Angeline P., b. May 13, 1S27; m. Joseph Rand Elliott of Boscawen, Nov. 27. 

1851. 
iv. Joseph C. b. Sept. 21, 1S2S; in. Leonora Dimond ; lived tirst in Danville, now 
in Newton, N. H. 

1330. Robert (620) Sanborn, born Dec. 2, 1S12, in Sandown, X.H., 
and died June 7, 1S81. The farm which was his birthpLace, and where he 
lived and died, has been in the family since Moses Sanborn came there 
from Kensington in 174S, and although unoccupied at the present time, the 
buildings are kept in good repair by his daughters, who still own and 
cherish the old home. He married, Dec. 7, 1S37, Rhoda, daughter of Wil- 
liam and Betsey (French) Hoyt, also of Sandown. She died Aug. 17. 
1865. He was a sturdy New England tarmer, tirm and true to his princi- 
ples and convictions as the granite hills of his native state. He was by 
birth and education a Whig and Abolitionist, and joined the Repubhcan 
part}' at its birth, — was true to it till the last, voting for Gartield when teeble 
from illness, and rejoicing at his election. He several times served the 
town as selectman and treasurer, was a justice of the peace and quorum for 
many years, and was manv times a candidate for representative, but his 
party being in the minority, he was never elected. He was much inter- 
ested in the history of the Sanborn family, and collected considerable mate- 
rial for Dr. Nathan and Dyer H. when they were engaged in the work. 

Children : 

i. Martha Helen, b. Jan. 15, 1S40; m. Nov. 13, 1879, John D. Ordway of W. 

Hampstead, N. H. 
ii. Ellen Arabella, b. Feb. 9, 1845 ; living unm. in W. Hampstead, N. H. 
• iii. Lucia Frances, b. Nov. 2, 1S48; living unm. in W. Hampstead; has been very 
kind in furnishing data, and it is by the kindness of the sisters that the portrait 
of their father is engraved for this volume. 

133 1. Capt. George (620) Sanborn, born in Sandown. N. H., June 
19, 1823. x\ farmer in Sandown, where he lived and died. A man ot 
mark in his town, and tor twenty-three years postmaster there. Married 
May 15, 1845, Caroline Wells of Sandown, b. Sept. 7, 1819, died Oct. 13, 
1877. He died Nov. 26, 1894. 

Children : 

i. Robert Hunkins, b. Jan. 8, 1847 ; a farmer in Sandown. 

ii. John Noyes, b. March 30, 1S49; a farmer in Danville. N. H. ; m. Nov. 26. 
1S90, Nellie Duffus Currier of Danville, b. Jan. 10, 1S67. Have had (i; Caro- 
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iii. Sarah Priscilla, b. April 29, 1S51 ; m. April 2, 18S1. John W. Levering of Ray- 
mond, N. H. 

iv. Caroline Emma, b. Dec. 20, 1852; m. Dec. 23, 1SS8, Chas. H. Knights. 

,) V. George Sherburne, b. Sept. 6, 1S55; eight years postmaster and fifteen years 

\ station agent in Sandown ; Representative i897-'98; a man of decided ability; 

i m. Nov. 24, 18S3, Lisette G. Hunt of Nashua, X. H., b. in New York. Oct. 

I - 31, 1S50. Have had (i) Musette Hunt, b. Oct. 22, 1SS6; (ii) Sherburne 

1 Eliphalet, b. Oct. 12, 1888, d. 1894. 

vi. Mary Frances, b. March 31, 1S60; d. 1864. 

1333. Tai'PAN (623) Sanborn, born in Hill, N. H., Jan. 24, 1800. 
' Settled fust in Boscawen, N. II., on a farm. Married (i) Oct. i, 1821, 
; JVfar}^ C. Flanders-, died Dec. 9, 1829; (2) Sarah, daughter of Jonathan 
; Sleeper, May 31, 1831. ]Moved to East Unity, N. H., ^vhere he was post- 
master and selectman many years. In 1S60 moyed to Newport, N. H., 

. where he died Jan. 26, 1873. 

Children : 

i. Walter H., b. Sept. 20, 1822; d. 1S24. 

ii. Hannah, b. May 5, 1825; d. 1833. 

■i iii. Walter, b. April 6, 1827; d. 1833. • 

. i iv. Joseph, b. Dec, 1839; d. 1830. 

V. Unnamed son, b. April, 1S32; d. in infancy. 

vi. Mary F., b. April 4. 1835 ; m. John Paul of Unity, N. H. 

vii. Ruth S., b. Sept. 20, 1838; d. 1S47. 

1334. Moses (623) Sanborn, born in Hill, N. H., Sept. 10, 1802. A 
farmer in Grafton, Sanbornton, and Canaan, N. H. Married Susan, 
daughter of Samuel Loyering of Grafton, born Aug. 14, i8ir, died Oct. 7, 
1886. He died March 15, 1S74. 

Children : 

i. George Andrew, b. April 25, 1838 : a farmer in So. Danbury, N. H. ; m. Sept. 
5, 1861, Hannah C. Clay of Lebanon, N. KL, b. July 9, 1836. Have had {i) 
f Nellie ^L F., b. May 17, 1866, m. Crawford -Minot of Franklin, X. H. ; (ii) 

; Orrin C, b. Feb. i, 1870, living in Hanover, X. H. 

I ii. Lucy Ann, b. Feb. 15, 1840: m. Feb. iS, 1866, James W. Jordan of Bradford, 

i N. H. 

iii. Mary Jane, b. Sept. 11, 1S42; m. Feb. 16, 1873, Daniel Whitmore of Xo. 

Charlestown, N. H. 
iv. Lewis Taylor, b. Jan. 14, 1847; a railroad employt^ in Canaan, X. H. ; m. X'ov. 
21, 1874, Georgia A. Washburn of Canaan, b. Dec. 19. 1836; he d. Aug. 30. 
1S78, leaving one son, Leon Lewis, b. March 15, 1S76, a printer, in Enfieid, 

1; N- H. 

V. Eben Darius, b. Jan. 12, 1855; m., and d. March, 18S4. leaving a dau., Eva, 
living in Concord, N. H. 



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1336. William (624) Saxhorn, born March 20, 1S12. Lived in Hill, 
N. II. rvlarried Joanna Wells. • 

Children : 

i. George, b. 1S34. Hill, X. H. ' * 

ii. Horace, b. 1S36. 
iii. Melvin, b. 1S44, Grafton, N. H. 
iv. Melissa, , Canaan, N. H. 

1337. GiLMAX (624) Saxhorn, born April 5, 1816. Married (i) Eliz- 
abeth Badger, died 1859; (2) Alva INIerrili, widow. 

Children : , ' - 

i. Carroll, b. March 5. 1S36 : m. Clarinda Hastin-;s of Bristol, and had (i) Fred, b. 
1861; (ii) Laura L., b. 1863. Carroll enlisted in 9th N. H. Inf., wounded at 
Fredericksburg; discharged, 1863 (Concord, N. H.). 
ii. Died in infancy. 
iii. Died in infancy. 
iv. Died in infancy. 

V. Henry A., b. April 16, 1S47. Enlisted ist N. H. Cavalry, 1864. 
vi. Julia, b. Oct. 26. 1850. 
vii. Henrietta, b. Sept. 25, 1854. 
viii. Anna D., b. Feb. 16, 1857. 

1338. Ira Sleeper (626) Saxhorx, born in Minot, Me., Dec. 20, 
180S. Lived in Delavan, Wis. Married September, 1829, Cynthia Ames, 
born in Royalton, Vi., Jan. 9, 1809. 

Children : 

i. Henry, b. July 19. 1S30; m. Nov. iS, 1S56, Mary Jane Smith; d. July 27, 1837. 

ii. Charles, b. April 27, 1S32 ; m. Dudley, Nov., 1S55. 

iii. Howard, b. Aug., 1834. 
y iv. Louisa, b. .May 29, 1840. . 

V. Herbert, b. Oct. 14, 1S42. 

1339. Hox. JoHx IIiHHARD (626) Saxborx, born in Tunbridge, Vt., 
Jan. 5, 1810. Lived in Plattsburg, N. Y.. where he was a prominent and 
distinguished man. Collector ot"the Port at Rouse's Point during President 
Fillmore's administration ; president ot" the countv agricultural society, and 
held many other otlices of trust. Served as Qiiartermaster ot* the 96th Xew 
York Infantry during the Civil War. Married Aug. 17, 1S41, Cornelia 
Sophia Mead of Plattsburg, born in Waterbury, Vt., Feb. 12, 1S20. 

Children : 

i. Henry Clay, b. .May 19, 1842. 
ii. Nellie, b. Dec. 20, 1S52. - •. ;, 



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482 SANIJORX GENRALOGY. 

1341. Alfred (627) wSaxhorx, born in Sandown, Jan. 4, 1S12. A 
farmer and linnbcr dealer in Anburn, X. II. ; a man of prominence. Mar- 
ried (i) Aug. 22, 1S38, Xancv T. Towlc, born Aug. 22, 1813, died April 
16, 1S45 ; (2) Oct. 16, 1845, Sarab P. Coleman, born Nov. 22, iSii, died 
April 22, 1S90. He died April 10, 1S92. 

Children : 

i. Alfred Josiah, b. Feb. 4, 1S41 ; Co. F, U. S. Sharpshooters; wounded at .-\ntie- 
tam ; m. Aug. 21, 1S96, Mrs. L. Estelle (Ball) Butler: a real estate and lum- 
ber dealer in .Manchester, N. H. 
ii. Mary Ann, b. Oct. 8. 1S42; m. (i) Sept. 19, 1S61, Wni. H. Murray; (2) Aug. 
14, 1S95, Rev. T. C. Pratt of Candia, N. H. 

iii. Unnamed child, b. and d. 1845. 

iv. Amos Howard, b. -May 12. 1S47; a prosperous and intelligent merchant of 
Lowell, Mass., head of the firm of .A.. H. Sanliorn & Co., dealers in photo- 
graphic supplies; m. April 28, 1SS3, .Mrs. .Millie A. (Foster) S}monds, b. .May 
8, 1S43. One child (adopted) Helen Grace, b. Dec, 20, 1890. 

V. Henry Coleman, b. Sept. i, 1S50 ; a farmer and lumber dealer in .Auburn, X. H.; 
m. July 7, 18S5, Lida May Davis. Had (i) daughter, b. and d. 1S96; (ii) 
Alfred Xott, b. 1S97. 

vi. Daughter, b. and d. 1S53. 

1344. Jesse Kittredge (630) S.axborx, born in Washington. Vt., 
Feb. 4, 1818. Lived in Sandy Hill, N. Y. Married June i, 1S52, Ellen 
Rodgers Baldwin. A man of distinction; traveled abroad for some years. 

Child: 

i. Lilian, b. Oct. 10, 1859. 

1345. Ela Pexxi.m.vn (630) Sanborx, born in Vermont, Feb. 20. 1836. 
Lived in Ohio, Iowa, and later moved to Minnesota. His brother, Jesse K. 
Sanborn, says he married and had three children, but does not give their 
names. 

1348. Richard Freemax (634) S.vnborx, born in Springfield. X. H., 
June 21, 1824. A miller, now living in Ashland, X. H. Married Sept. 

20, 1850." Philomela S. Collins of >Lanchester, X. H., born ; died July 

20, 1867. 

Children : 

i. Charles Freeman, b. Sept. 3, 1S56; a locomotive engineer, living in Florence, 
Kan. 

ii. Collins F., b. April 27, 1861 ; a locomotive engineer, living in St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
iii. Abner J., b. Dec. 11, 1870; a house-painter, living in .Ashland. X. H. 
iv. Minnie H., b. .Ma\- 10, 1875 ; m. Fred C. Sanborn ( ) of Gorham, X. H. 



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1355. John (642) Sanhorn, born in Bradford, Vi., March 14, 1S23. 
A farmer in L^■n-le, N. II. Married April. 1850, Martlia Fitch of \\ hite 
River Junction, born in 1820; died May 11, 1S68. He died Nov. 25, 
1S89. 

Children : 

i. Lester, d. in infancy. 
ii. Sylvia, d. young. 

iii. Asa O., b. ; living in OrfordviJle. X. H. 

iv. Walter C. b. in Hanover, N. H.. Sept. 26. 1S54, m. (i) 1S60, Jane M. Reed 
of Waterville, P. O. : (2) Nellie M. Collins of Leominster, Mass., b. Oct. 13. 
1856. Has had (i) Allen E., b. -April 30. I SSr ; (ii) Arthur J., b. April 3. 1S83. 
V. Perrie, b. and d. 1S63. 

vi. Alice G., b. June, 1866; m. Cunningham of Orfordville. 

vii. iMatilda F., b. May 14, 1S6S; m. Potter of Hanover, X. H. 

1360. Horace (643) Sanborn, born in Andover, X. H., Sept. 4, 1823. 
A farmer, .still living in Bridgewater. X. H. Married March 7, 1S48, Mar- 
garet Moulton of Bath, N. H., born Sept. 2, 1S26 ; still living. 

Children : 

i. Elvira P., b. June 26, 1S50; d. 1S52. 

ii. Ella F., b. Jun- iS, 1352: m. Feb. S, 1376, Charles F. Plum.ner of \V. Thorn- 
ton, X. H. 
iii. Ada L., b. May 22, 1S54; d. 1S55. 

iv. Mary J., b. Oct. 4. 1S56; m. Oct. 26, 1SS9, George Cass of Plymouth. X. H. 
V. Clara B., b. Xov. 6, 1857; m. Edward McSweeney of Ashland, X. H. 
vi. Parker P., b. Dec. 31, i860 ; a farmer, still living, unm., in Bridgewater. X. H. 
vii. Sarah L., b. .April 29, 1863: m. May i, 1SS2. Xathaniel P. Haynes of Mere- 
. .. • dith, X. H. 

viii. Melissa H., b. Dec. 19, 1S65 ; living unm. in Bridgewater. 

1361. John Pevear (643) Sanborn, born in Andover, N. H., Jan. 28, 
1834. A farmer, still living in Tilton, N. H. Married March 28. 1861. 
Abigail P. Eaton of Hill, N. II., born May 12, 1840; died March 29, 1883. 

Children : 

i. Frank Arthur, b. Jan. 13, 1862: m. ^Lay 10, 1SS7, Ella C. Gilman : lives in 

Tilton, X. H. 
ii. Rosa B., b. March 7. 1864; m. Sept. 5. 1885, \Vm. \V. Smith of Manchester. 

N. H. 
iii. Eva ^L, b. Jan. 2, 1872. 
iv. Ernest H., b. May iS, 1S7S. 



4S4 SANI50RX GENEALOGY. 

1366. Capt. joNATiiAX W. (649) Saxborx, borii in Gilmanton, Feb. 
23, 1817. Lived in Gilmanton. Married Nov. 12, 1840, Xancy J., daugh- 
ter of Richard Lamprey. 

Children : 

i. Arthur C, b. Jan. ir, 1S42 ; enlisted in Co. H, I2tli N. H. Inf.: m. Ella J. 
Webster, and had (i) Lena Agnes, b. 1S6S, d. 1S70; (iij Eva B., b. Nov. 14,- 
1874, m. George B. Lauder of Concord, N. H. ; (iii) Frank Webster, b. April 
7, 1S79. 

ii. A. Ella. 

iii. ^Lanjo C. 

iv. Dora E. 

1370. AxDREw Jacksox (652) S.\XBORX, born in Gilmanton. N. H., 
Jan. 10, 1829. ]\Larried July 19, 1859, ^^'^^T -"^"^ Hazeltine ot" Portland, 
Me., and Providence, R. L, born July 19, 1S31. Both he and his wife 
are still living in Providence, where he is a prosperous merchant, head ot 
the important tirm of A. J. Sanborn & Sons, leather and findings. 

Children : 

i. Matilda A., b. Oct. 4, i860; ni. April 17, 1S83, Theodore B. Stimpson of Provi- 
dence, 
ii. Herbert Alvali, b. July 22, 1S62: lives in Providence. 
iii. Alice Maud. b. Sept. 4, 1S68; lives unm. in Providence. 
iv. Andrew Fifield, b. Nov. 12, 1869; lives in Providence. 

1372. AxDREW LoREXTixE (654) Saxborx, born in Gilmanton, N. H., 
Sept. 27, 1835. ^Lirried Dec. 25, 1855, Laura A. Robinson, born Nov. 
18, 1835. Living in Gilmanton. 

Children : " 

i. Abigail Janet, b. .March 10, 1S59. , ■, 

ii. .Mary L., b. May 26, 1S62. - , 

iii. Caroline A., b. .\Lirch 9, 1866. .... 

iv. Edgar, b. .April 10, 1868. - . -• 

V. Western G.. b. Nov. 27, 1871. 
vi. Frederick A., b. .March 21, 1S74. 

1379. Dr. Charles Edward (662) Saxborx, born in Boston, Dec. 30, 
1840. A physician in Winchester, ^Liss. ; >L D. of Harvard in 1865. 
Married Sept. 29, 1&69, Mary Stuart Perkins of Boston, born Oct. 13, 1844. 
He died April 24, 1879. 



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Children : . 

i. Mary Emeline, b. Aug. 9, 1S70. 
ii. Richard Sherburne, b. May 30, 1S72; lives in Wincliester, Mass., is teller in a 

Boston bank ; unni. 
iii. Alice Perkins, b. Dec. 9, 1S74. 

1380. William Drlaxo (662) Saxdorx. born in Exeter, X. H., Oct. 
31, 1847. A. B. of Harvard in 187 1. A man of versatilitv and scholar- 
ship. For a time a wool broker in Boston, but now retired from active 
business. Married April 27, 18S2, Mary Louisa Skillings, born in Boston, 
Nov, 27, 1S52. 

Child : 

i. Laurence, b. Jan. 15, 1883. 

1383. William Calvix (66^) Saxborx, born in ^^leredith, N. H., Jan. 
17, 1827. A wheelwright and farmer in Errol, Coos countv, X. H., in the 
wildest part of the state. Married July 24, 185 1, Jane D. Demeritt of Xew- 
market, X. H., born Jan. 4, 1S29 ; still living. He died in 1SS3. 

Children : 

i. Frederick W., b. Sept. 15, 1S60; living unm. in I-Irrol. 
ii. Dion Wilber, b. March 29, 1S63; living unm. in Errol. 

1384. Joseph Xoah (666) Saxborx, born in Meredith, X. H., March 
6, 1836. A farmer in Laconia, X. H., where he is a well-known and re- 
spected citizen. Married (i) April 28, 1857, Esther P. Stockbridge ot" 
Gilmanton, born Xov. 10, 1839. '^^^^ April 18, 1861 ; (2) Feb. 27, 1862. 
Ruth K. Smith of Sanbornton, born March 30, 1836. 

Children : 

i. George C, b. Nov. 22, 1S59, •" Gilmanton, X. H. ; an electrician of Lakeport. 
N. H. ; m. Dec. 9, 18S5, Harriet .A. Collins of Laconia, N. H., b. Aug. 22, 
1864. Have had (i) Henry Arthur, b. Xov. 11, 1S86; (ii) Carl Collins, b. 
Feb. 24, 1SS9; (iii) Mildred Laura, b. Aug. 31. 1S91. 

ii. Rev. Willis Joseph, b. in Sanbornton, Feb. iS, 1S65; a Baptist clerc;yman : set- 
tled in Rushville, 111., but now taking a graduate course in the Chicago L'ni- 
versity ; unm. 

iii. Orrin X., b. July 19, 1S66; lives in Laconia: m. Aug. 29, 1S85, Nellie E. 
Bowers. 

iv. Olive E., b. Feb. i, 1S70; unm.; living in Laconia. 

V. Wesley D., b. .April 10, 1S72; unm.; lives in Laconia. 

vi. Mary A., b. Nov. 10, 1876; d. July 2, 1S93. 



486 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

13S5. Charles Francis (666) Sanborn, born in Meredith, N. II., 
Oct. II, 183S. A farmer in .Meredith and Laconia. Married March 5, 
1S59, Clara ^lills Gray of Gilford, X. II., born Jnly 15, 1834; died May 
24, 1SS6. He is still living. 



Children : 

i. Frank Morgan, b. March 14, 1S60; lives in Laconia; m. (i) Margaret Cum- 

mings ; (ii) Mary Cummings. 
ii. Herbert Nathaniel, b. in Laconia, Aug. 4, 1863 ; a farmer in Meredith Centre. 
N. H.; m. April 25, 1SS3, Susan E. Noyes of Laconia, b. Aug. 10, 1S56. 
Have had (1) Ernest Xoyes. b. May 25, 1SS4; (W) Charlotte Clara, b. June 
10, iSSS; (iii) Clarence Herbert, b. July 13, 1894. 
iii. Ella Gray, b. .^Larch 25, 1S71 ; lives unm. in Lakeport. 

1386. Frederick ?vIilton (666) Sanborn, born in Laconia, X. H.. 
Feb. 8, 1850. A builder and contractor in Baltimore, Md. Married July 
14, 1886, Mrs. Carrie B. Sherwood of Baltimore, born Xov. 24, 1861. 
Both living in 1S97. 

Children : 

i. Frederick .Milton, b. Dec. 19, 18S7. . ■ . 

ii. Langdon .Morgan, b. Oct. 4. 1892. 
iii. Garu .Melrose, b. July 14, 1S95. 

1390. Alfred Shepard (674) Sanborn, born in Exeter, X. H.^June 
25^ 1813. A carpenter in Boston and West X^'ewton, ]Mass. Married 
ISIarch 15, 1S3S, Caroline Xoyes of Xewburyport. ?*Iass., born iSio, died 
March, 1886. lie died in West Xewton, March, 1850. 

Children : • 

i. Alfred Shepard, b. in Boston, .^Larch 31, 1840; m. and lives in West Medlbrd, 
Mass. ; has three daughters. 

ii. Caroline Hervey, b. March 4, 1841 ; unm., and lives with her brother in West 

Medford. 
iii. Frances Connor, b. March 4, 1S41 (twin to Caroline). Died in Winchester. 
MabS., Sept., 1S93. 

iv. Frederick Augustus, b. Sept. 20. 1S43: lives in Winchester, Mass.; Receiving 
Teller in Blackstone National Bank of Boston; m. 1S71, Ella H. Cobb of Bos- 
ton, b. July 20, 1S4S : has one son, Henry C, b. July 9. 1873. living unm. in 
W'inchester. 

1394. Jeremiah Locke (678) Sanborn, born in Campton, X'. H., 
Nov. 29, 1829. Lived for a time in Steubenville, O., and then moved to 



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Joseph Havex Sankorn, of Loudonville, O. 

(1395) 



THE AMERICAN SAMSORNS. 487 | 

California, where he now resides. Married March 10, 1S52, Anna \"an j 

Horn. I 

I 

Children : 

i. Harvey Locke, b. Jan. 14, 1S53; lives in San Francisco, Cal., is married and 

has a family, 
ii. Clarissa, b. Nov. 5, i860. 

■ 1395. Joseph Haven (678) Sanborn, was born in Plymouth, X. IL, 
Jan. 13, 1S31. Died at .Loudonville, O., Au(^. 24, 1895, aged 64 years, 
7 months, 11 da^•s. He came with liis parents — ^Jeremiah and Clarissa 
(Smith) Sanborn — to Loudonville, in 1S37. When a young man he began 
his business career as a clerk in a store: tirst at Jeromeville, O., then at 
McKav, and lastly at Loudon\ille, in the employ ot* the late Nathaniel Has- 
kell, at which latter place he continued tor six years. In 1S53, he entered 
the railroad office at Loudonville, then in charge ot* the late Judge George 
H.Stewart. 

In 1859 Mr. Stewart resigned his office of Station Agent and Mr. Sanborn 
succeeded him, which position he held until his death — a period of thirtv- 
six years — when he was succeeded bv his son. Haven Levant Sanborn. In 
connection with his business as Station Arrent, he dealt in coal and railway 
ties, thus adding to his salary the prohts of these transactions. By careful 
management he accumulated a competence which he invested in real estate 
at Loudonville and elsewhere. Nov. 15, 1S64, he was united in marriage 
to Miss Clarissa Smith, daughter of Joseph Haven and Annah Carrington 
Ives Smith, formerly of Loudonville, who survives him. 

He was one of the original members of the Loudonville Presb^'terian 
church, and it was larcrely through his efforts and intluence that the church 
was organized and a church edifice erected in 1S74. He was then elected 
one of the Elders of the churcli, which office he held until his death. Pre- 
vious to the organization of the Loudonville church, he with his aged 
mother tor many years attended the Presbyterian church at Perrysville^ 
then under the pastorship of Rev. William Hughes. 

iNIr. Sanborn had abidin"; faith in Christ and the doctrines ot the Bible. 
He was familiar with church liistory and was a patron and reader of church 
papers, but he was not narrow in his religious views : other churches were 
sharers o*f his means and had his best wishes for prosperity. In the lan- 
guage of an associate upon hearing of his dealh^, — " He stood tor Christ and 
all that was good in the davs when lew young men were ready to do so/' 
and studying the Word tor himself found that immersion was the baptism 



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Joseph Gt:oRC.E SA.\r,ORX, of Wqostek, O. 

(1396) 



4SS SANBORN GP:NE ALOGV. 

which Christ commanded, and was therefore " Buried with Chri.-t by bap- 
tism " in x\ugust, 1SS3. 

He was a Republican and voted with that party from its formation to the 
close of his life. He belonged to the order of Free Masons and the luneral 
rites of this order were performed at his burial. He was an earnest man not 
given to le\ity. To many he seemed austere and reserved, but to his 
friends who knew him well, he was genial and affable, greeting them with 
a hearty grasp of the hand and a pleasant smile, fie was honest, straight- 
forward, svmpathetic, and charitable. In his social and home life he was 
cheerful, agreeable, indulgent, and kind. 

Children : 

i. Haven Levant Sanborn was born at Loudonville, Ohio, Aug. 14, 1865. He 
entered school at the age of seven years and graduated from the Loudonville 
public schools in 1SS3. In the spring of 1SS4 he attended Hiram college, tak- 
ing a commercial course. During his boyhood much of his leisure time was 
spent at the railroad station in assisting his father in his duties as agent of the 
,. Pennsylvania Co. and Adams Express Company, availing himself of the oppor- 
tunity thus afforded in learning the system of keeping the books and transacting 

' ~ the business of those companies. In the early spring of 1SS6 he was 
employed by the Adams Express Co. as messenger, which occupation he was 

■ engaged in until March, 1S87, when he married Miss Xanna Carr and resigned 
■ "' his position with the express company to embark in the hotel business with his 

father-in-law, Mr. A. A. Carr, first at Nevada, O., and later at Bucyrus, O. 
. . The hotel business not proving to his liking, he again entered the service of the 
Adams Express Co_. in the capacity of extra messenger and agent, which posi- 
tion he filled from March, 18S9, to July, 1S90, when he was sent as agent to 
Sewickley, Pa. In October, 1890, he accepted the position of chief clerk to the 
agent of the f^ennsylvania Co. at Sewickley, in addition to his express agency, 

■ ." which places he filled until July 4, 1895, when his father's failing health called 

him to act as agent for him for the Pennsylvania and Adams Express compan- 
: ies at Loudonville, which positions he filled until the death of his father, Aug. 

24, 1895, when he was appointed agent of those companies to succeed his 
father, which position he still holds. 

He belongs to the Christian church, fs a Knight Templar in Free Masonry, 
and is an active member of the Republican party. .Mr. Sanborn has a host of 
friends where he is known. His clean, moral record, kindly disposition, and 
■'.■_ • affable manner secure for him deserved popularity. He is the father of two 
children, Eula Clarilla, aged eight, and Carr Haven, aged four. 
ii. Mary Asenath, b. May 5, 1869; living unm. in Loudonville. 
iii. Laura Clariss.T. b. Aug. 22, 1S71; d. 1S72. 
iv. Oilman Stanton, b. Sept. 29, 1872; living unm. in Loudonville. 

1396. Joseph George (680) Sanborn. Joseph Beverly Sanborn and 
Mary Jane Smith Sanborn, with two children, removed tVom New Hamp- 



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ton, N. 11., to Lt)iid()iivilk', Ohio, in 1S37. near which place they settled on 
a small farm in a locality where rugged hills and fast-llowing streams 
reminded them of the natural grandeur of the old '• Granite State."' There 
tour other children were horn to them, two daughters and two sons, and 
there the parental heart was first painfully torn by the death of the much 
beloved and eldest son, George Punchard. A few years later the family 
removed to Loudonville, where the mother died in 1S70, and the father in 
1SS2. 

The compilation of the Sanborn genealogy by V. C. Sanborn of La 
Grange, 111., opened a fruitful lield of investigation and discovery for this 
branch of the family, and the writer of this sketch has been amply rewarded 
in finding a carefully prepared record, beginning with Jacob Sanborn, born 
IMay 7, 171 1, together with letters trom Dyer Hook Sanborn and others of 
the kinsfolk in New Hampshire, dating as far back as 182S. Interesting 
letters that passed between Joseph B. and Molly Locke Sanborn, at Camp"- 
ton, and their sons, David L. and Joseph B.. at Bow and West Concord, 
indicate the utmost parental atTection, admonishing them to "beware of 
bad talk and strong drink/' We are also informed that our maternal oreat- 
grandtather, David Locke, died at Rye on the Sth inst., year not given. 
aged seventy-tlve years, leaving thirteen children, all married and living, 
ninety grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren, " having accomplished 
as an hireling his day. he departed this lite in great resignation to the 
appointment of heaven."' A letter dated at New Hampton, Oct. 23. 18:13, 
written by James W. Perkins, and directed to J. B. Sanborn, notifies him of 
a church meeting at Smith's village on November 13th, and further says, 
"you will take upon yourself the trouble of getting out the infirm,"' an hon- 
orable custom too little regarded at this day. Another letter, dated at West 
Concord, in 1S56, written by Mary E. Sanborn to her uncle. J. B. Sanborn, 
at Loudonvdle, O., says: "Father was very much surprised to know you 
had turned traitor to our party [Democratic] and joined a party of Hindoos 
[Republicans]. But certainly I think there is a great deal of useful time 
and money spent on both sides which might be put to better uses than buy- 
ing votes. ' And no doubt this fair cousin, if living, is of the same opinion 
still. A nephew, Solomon Whitehouse, at Pembroke, says he is " fifty-six 
years old, weighs two hundred and twenty pounds, has always prospered 
first-rate, and has no reason to complain." Altogether a very interestin^r 
communication. 

Joseph G. Sanborn was born near Loudonville, Xov. Sth, 1S47, the 
second son of Joseph B. and Mary J. Sanborn. Leaving the birthplace 



49^ SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

early in life for a more pcrnianent home in the town, recollection runs not 
further back than the dav the lamily arrived at Loudonville and took up its 
abode in an unpretentious frame house on the corner of two streets. There 
he received the rigid training of an honest, capable father, and the warm 
love and sympathy of a devoted Christian mother. New England life and 
character never atTorded a richer heritarre to a then far-western home than 
these parents were to their children. At her death it was said of the mother, 
" she was particularly hospitable to strangers, and manv a minister of 
Christ can testify to the kind words and courteous attention received tVom 
this noble, generous-hearted woman."' Her father, ?vIoses Levant Smith, 
died at New Hampton, Nov. lo, 184S. 

As a means of obtaining a livelihood the tather adopted the calling of 
schoolmaster, and, equipped with the knowledge he had obtained in the 
East, he started upon his round of teaching district schools. He was six: 
feet in height, strong and active, stern in disposition, and with these quali- 
fications his services were eagerly sought, occasionally in those districts 
where the voung rogues could boast of havinfr licked the teachers. It is 
not within the knowledge of the writer that the "' New Hampshire School- 
master" was ever worsted in a tussle with unrulv scholars. 

The boy was a beneticiary of the common schools of the town, and 
ranked well in the branches of study there taught. One term in the 
academy terminated his school days, and in Mav, 1S64, at the age of six- 
teen, he entered the ottice of the Ashland Times at Ashland, O., as an 
apprentice. The approaching close of the war with the South filled the 
public mind with keenest interest and excitement, and newspaper ot^ces 
were then centers of industry and activity that taxed the eneriiies of the 
entire working force, trom the editor down to the '*de\"il." The time and 
place were auspicious for the young neophyte, and he took up the work 
with patriotic ardor and a lively ambition to win. The disappointment at 
not being able to obtain turther advancement in the schools, was more than 
offset by the successes of the three years' apprenticeship that tbllowed, hold- 
ing the places of tbreman, local editor, and proot-reader at the close. Three 
additional years of service, under good pay, were given his employer, and 
then came an opportunit}' to begin business lite on his own account. 

In August, 1S70, ?vlr. Sanborn formed a partnership tor the purchase of 
the Wooslc-r Rcpnb!ica)i, published at Wooster, O.. ha\ing only ^"3-5 ^^^ 
cash to invest, and a sutlicient stock of confidence in final success to enable 
him to place his name to $9,000 in notes, knowing the responsibility of their 
payment would fall upon him. The obligations were all paid, nearly at 



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matiiritv, and during the fifteen years' business that followed, ever\' draft 
was honored and no extensions were asked. An untarnished credit was the 
" star in the east "' toward whicli he journeyed. In 1SS5 he retired from 
active newspaper work. 

On Thanksgiving evening, in 1S76, Mr. Sanborn was united in marriage 
with jNIiss Kate E. Day, youngest daughter of Dr. Stephen F. Day, then 
deceased. Witli their three children, two daughters and one son, they 
enjoy the pleasures of a quiet and happy home in one of the prettiest inland 
cities in Ohio, the seat of Wooster University, and the location of the Ohio 
agricultural experiment farm. 

In politics Mr. Sanborn has always been a Republican, beginning in a 
boyish way with '* Fremont and Jessie " in 1S56. He has never held office 
under his party, but has held the confidence and esteem of public men who 
are now lilling the highest positions of honor to which a citizen of the 
United States can be called. His posterity may read with pride the follow- 
ing testimonials of his worth : 

Senate Chamber, 
Washington, Dec. 23, 1S90. 
Henry S. Slier man, Esq.: 

Dear Nephew: — J. G. Sanborn, long a respected citizen of Wooster, O., goes to Cleve- 
land in charge of some business of a financial character. I take pleasure in introducing him to 
you as a gentleman entitled to confidence and trust. 

Very truly yours, 

John Sherman. 

Committee on Ways and Means, 
^ House of Representatives, 

Washington, Dec. 24, 1890. 
Hon. M. A. Hantia, Cleveland, O.: 

De.ar .Mr. Hanna: — By this I desire to introduce to you Mr. J. G. Sanborn of Wooster. 
I know him well and esteem him highly." He is to make Cleveland his honie temporarily. 
Any courtesies you may extend him will be appreciated by me. 

Very truly, 

Wm. McKinlev. 
Children : 

i. Joseph Stephen, b. and d. 1877. 

ii. Mary Alice, b. Dec. 18, 1881. - - ■ 

iii. Martha Virginia, b. Feb. 13, 1884. 

iv. Lloyd Day, b. Oct. 5, 1S87. 

1397. Charles Locke (6S0) Saxborx, born in Loudonville, O., Dec. 
28, 1850. Superintendent lor the Western Elevator & Mill Co., in Loudon- 
ville. Married (i) Oct. 25, 1877, Ada Jane Rosensteel, born Xov. i, 
1853, died Xov. 28, 1878; (2) March 12, 1S80, Sarah Reinhart of Loudon- 
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Children : 

i. Ada May, b'. Nov. 13, 1S7S; iinm., living in Loudonville. 

ii. Jane Lewis, b. Feb. 15, iSSi. ■_ 

iii. Ouinc\- Locke, b. April 7, 1SS2. 
iv. Emily Couch, b. Feb. 15, iSSS. 

139S. Jacob S.mith (6S1) Sanborn, born in Pittsfield, N. H., March 
26, 1S23. A farmer in Chichester, N. H., where he Hved and died. Mar- 
ried Feb. 13, 1S49, Elvira Ruth, daughter ol' Jeremiah X. C. Leavitt of 
Chichester, born Sept. 27, 1S27. He died Jan. 22. 1SS4. 

Children : 

i. Jacintha ^LTiia, b. June 13, 1S52; m. Sept. 27, 1871, Edward Langmaid of 
Manchester, X. H. 

ii. Mary Frances, b. Aug. i, 1855 : m. Nov. 13, 1876, Geo. H. Haines of No. Chi- 
chester. 

iii. Ellen Augusta, b. June 15, 1857 ; m. Chas. A. Langmaid of No. Chichester. 

iv. Jeremy Leavitt, b. July 15, 1859: a f;umer in Chichester; m. Nov. 4, 1SS5, 
Emma S. Cofran of Pembroke. N. H., b. Feb. 7, 1S36; have had (i) Ruth 
Frances, b. July 7, 1SS9; (ii) unnamed son, b. and d. June 30, 1S91; (iii) 
Elsie Cofran, b. July 28, 1S95. 

v. Augustus Leavitt, b. Oct. 6, 1S64; a farmer in No. Chichester; m. Oct. 11, 
1884, Bertha W. Edmunds of Pittsneld, N. H., b. June 10, 1866; have had 
(i) Leon A., b. April 7, 1885. 

1399. Charles (6S2) Sanborn, born in Chichester, X. II.. March 15, 
1825. A mail contractor; for years drove the stage from Centre Harbor 
through Sandwich to Tamworth. Married March 26, 1S50, Isabel Camp- 
bell of Newport, N. H , born x\pril 23, 1S35, ^^'^^^^ Oct. 5, 1SS5. He died 
July 21, 1886. ^ 

Child : 

i. Frederick O., b. Feb. 16, 1855; a farmer in Pittsfield. N. H., and a man of 
ideas ; has furnished the data for his branch. 

1400. Benjamlx Franklin (6S2) Sanborn, born in Pittsfield. X". II.. 
June 14, 1833. A larmer in Vermont and Ellensburg. X'. Y. Married (i) 
Harriet Raynold of Ellensburg, X. Y. ; (2) Sarah Jane Ellsworth of 
Cambridge, \'t., born May i, 1S52 ; both he and his wite are still living. 

Children : 

i. (By 1st wite) Harriet ^L 

ii. Byron Frank, b. in Ellensburg, N. V., .March 30, 1S73: a salesman living in 
Lowell, Mass.; m. Aug. 27, 1S90, Lilla M. Curry of Ellensburg. b. -March 13, 
1872; have had (i) Harry Leonard, b. .Aug. 12, 1S96. 
iii. Isabel K. 
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1410. Col. True (693) SAxr.oRX, born in Chichester, July 30, 1827. 
The Colonel conie.s from heroic slock, more or less prominent in the Revo- 
lutionary War. Col. Sanborn's military career began prior to the Mexican 
War. Soon after the war closed he succeeded to the captaincy ot wliat was 
then known as the Chichester Artillery, one of the active military organiza- 
tions of the state, remaining in command until promoted to the rank ol 
major, of the 38th regiment, which position was held until the old-tmie mili- 
tia system was abolished by act of Legislature, 1854. 

Earlv in the summer of 1861 he entered the Adjutant-generars office and 
enlisted tor the war, and was appointed the first recruiting officer in his 
native town. Captain Sanborn having passed a creditable examination 
before an officer detailed from the regular army, was said to deserve a cap- 
taincy, but as he had onlv asked for a lieutenantcy, on September 20, 1861, 
was commissioned second lieutenant of Company I, Fourth regiment; June 
12, 1862, he was commissioned first lieutenant of Company K, same regi- 
ment, and made captain of the same on x-\ugust 15, 1862. He served 716 
days constantlv on dutv, then being a first lieutenant in said Company I ; 
was detached as commissary. He was without sickness during the entire 
period. While Captain he went to the front as a private soldier, in order to 
make the heavv details as light as possible, his men being worn down by 
fatigue and sickness. Twice during the siege of Morris Island, and Wag- 
ner, Captain Sanborn was met by A. S. Cate, aide-de-camp upon the 
staff of Gen. L. A. Gilmore, who said he was sent by the general com- 
manding to sav that he, Sanborn, had earned brevet rank, which matter 
would be attended to. On the occurrence of the sanguinary engagements 
which followed, and the Captain regarding it as a matter of less moment, 
and not calling the attention of the commanding general to the case, the 
matter dropped. Nevertheless, it was Sanborn who marched his brave 
New Hampshire men, armed only with spades, without cover at midday, 
still nearer the fort, extending the approaches, and under a terrific cannon- 
ade. Captain Sanborn was inclined to enter the regular service at the close 
of the war, but exposure during the long sieges around Charleston and 
Richmond had so undermined his once vigorous constitution that tailing 
health told him too plainly that his active military career was drawing to a 
close. The Tenth Army Corps Medical Board concluded that as he had 
Sfone down twice he would not rallv a third time. At'ter three vears" ser- 
vice, soon atler the Battle of the Mine, in front of Petersburg, having been 
engaged in the action, he entered the Crater in person. Deferring to the 
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494 SAMJORX GEXEALO(;V. 

Union, and the brave men from his native hills, he turned his lingering 
steps towards home. Soon at'ter the close of the war Captain Sanborn 
organized that stalwart bodv of nien, known as the Merrimack Guards, 
which included manv members of war regiments of honorable records, men 
whose ancestral lines linked them with the redoubtable sons of New Hamp- 
shire who followed Cillev to Saratoga, and .McClary to Lexington and Con- 
cord. Upon the organization of the National Guard, he took an active part 
and interest, holding several commissions, the date of his present one as 
colonel of the Third being May 15, 1SS9. At his last encampment Colonel 
Sanborn had the pleasure of drilling his regiment by regimental drill cards. 
There are ten movements on each, produced by himself troni personal 
knowledge and aptitude trom the new tactics just issued by brigade author- 
ity, said authoritv kindly assuming expense of printing. 

The colonel has alwavs resided quietly on the homestead tarm, and has 
seen a family of six children, live sons and one daughter, grow up about his 
table. He has never held political office. Colonel Sanborn married Nov. 
26, 1S57, Ruth L. Seavey of Concord, N. H., b. Sept. 19, 1826. 
Children : 

i. Marshall S., b. Dec. 31, 1S5S; living in Chichester. 
ii. George L., b. May 18, 1S60: living in Chichester. 

iii. Elmer Ellsworth, b. Nov. 14, 1S61 : a jeweler in New York; m. Oct 16, 1888, 
Etta Jane Fowler of Concord, X. H., b. Jan. 21, 1866. Have had (i) Enid 
Alice; (ii) Vincent Guy ; (iii) Aline Etta. 
. iv. Gilbert H., b. Oct. 19, 1865; living in Chicago. 
V. Maria A., b. July 14, 1868; living in Chichester. 
^ vi. Lucian \V., b. July 14, 187 1 ; living in Chichester. 

1411. Bexxixg (693) Saxborx, born in Chichester, N. H., x\ug. 7, 
1828. A farmer, still living in Chichester. Married (i) July 4, 1S52, 

Amorett S. Towie of Chichester, born , died July 15, 1863; (2) Lucy 

J. Mann of Pembroke, N. IL 

Children : 

i. B. Frank, b. Jan. 10, 1S64; d. Feb. 20, 18S4. '- 

.J ii. Flora A., b. Dec. 30, 1869; m. Chas. T. Knowlton of Franklin Falls, N. H. 

1412. Hexry ^Fartix (693) Saxborx, born in Chichester, N. H., 
Nov. 10, 1842. A tarmer, still living in Chichester. Married 1S66, Laura 
J. Brown of Chichester, born Sept. 23, 1842. 

Children : ' 

i. Mabel .Myrtle, b. Jan. i, 1868; m. Nov. 10, 1S93, .Alvin H. TowIe of Pittsfield, 

N. H. 
ii. Lewis Henry, b. April 9, 1S69; d. 1872. 



THE AMERICAN SAM'.ORNS. 495 

,, iii. Alvin Eugene, b. Nov. 23. 1S72 ; a belt-maker in Concord, X. H. ; living there, 
unm. 
iv. Clarence Henry, b. March 29, 1S75 : m. Dec. 2, 1S96, Myrtle Ella Batcheldt-r of 
Epsom, X. H. 

1413. John Hannidal (694) Sanborn, born in Chichester, N. H., 
Jan. 7, 1842. A carpenter in Concord, X. H. Married May i, 1S65, 
Belle L. Abbott of Concord, born February, 1847. 

Children : 

i. Harry Everett, b. Oct. 7, 1857; d. 1S73. 
ii. Daisy Belle, b. Dec. 10, 1873. 
iii. Ruby Dean, b. Dec. 2r, 1S77; d. 1S79. 

1414. Alfred Leroy (694) Sanborn, born in Chichester, N. H., 
March 13, 1S44. Co. E, ist N. H. Heavy Artillery, mustered out 1S65. 
A carpenter in Concord, X. FI. Married Oct. 7, 1869, Elizabeth A. Shal- 
lies of Hartford, Vt., born July 19, 1S49. Both he and his wife are living. 

Children : , • ' ^ - 

i. Harvey P., b. Dec. 4, 1870. 

ii. Newell Alfred, b. Sept. 12. 187S ; a bookbinder in Concord, 
iii. Channing Tewksbury, b. Feb. 12, 1S75 ; a student at Dartmouth. 

1415. George Wells (695) Sanborn, born in Manchester, X. H.. 
May 26, 1850. A prominent and wealthy citizen of Utica, X'. Y. ; state 
agent for Smith Granite Co., and interested in real estate and electrical 
enterprises. Married (i) Oct. 12, 18S2, Anna A. Frost of Oneida, X. Y., 
born Feb. 14, 1850, died Sept. 10, 1S91 ; (2) April 24, 1896, C. Blanche 
Helmer of Rome, X. Y. 

Children: 

i. Hilda A., b. March 31, 1889. 
ii. George Helmer, b. March 31, 1897. • ' 

1416. Joseph C. (695) Sanborn, born in Chichester, X. H., Sept. 11, 
1S64. A salesman, living in Utica, X. Y. Married 1SS7, Annie G. 
McGann of Boston. 

Children : 

i. Leon J., b. Sept. 26, 18S8. 

ii. George A., b Aug. 2, 1893. . ' 

iii. Edwin L., b. June 16, 1896. 

1430. John (719) S.\nborn, born Feb. 16, 1796, in Grafton, X. II. A 
farmer in various places, — finally settling at Concord, Vt. Married Sarah 



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496 SAXnOKN GENEALOGY. 

Greeley, born in Salisbury, Mass., Dec. 7, 1792, died Oct. 5, 188S. lie 
died Aug. 23, 1866. 

Children : ■■• ' ' 

i. Charles A., b. Jul)- 27, 1S21, in Grafton, X. H. : m. Dec. 10, 1845, Adeline 
Cady of Kirby, \'t., b. .May 20, 1S24; a carpenter, living in Holyoke, Mass.. 
without issue. 

ii. Benjamin F., b. in Grafton, X. H., June 13. 1S23: lived in Waterford, \'t. ; m. 
Lydia, daughter of Geori^e Carpenter, of Concord, \'t., June 29, 1851. Had (i) 
Betsey C, b. Feb. 6. 1853, d. 1857 ; (ii) Luella G., b. Xov. 2, 1855, d. 1S57 : 
(iii) George F., b. Dec. 22, 1S57, living in Concord, Vt , unm. ; (iv) .Minnie 
H., b. Xov. 27, 1839, m. Prestly, and d. in 1SS8. 

iii. Xancy, b. in Kirby, Vt., Jan. 26, 1S26; m. Oct. 3, 1S47, .M. T. Richardson of 
Lyndon, \'t. 

iv. Betsey R., b. Jan. 13, 1S2S; m. .March 13, 1846, Elihu Hall of St. Johnsbury, 
Vt. 

V. John, b. Jan. 29, 1S30 ; m. Ellen Hall of Holyoke, Mass. : one son, John Hall, 
b. April 25, iS;6, living in Denver, twice married, but without issue. 

vi. Aurilla G., b. March 27. 1S32 ; m. George Gorton of Providence, R. I., April 3, 

1853: living in Southampton. 
vii. William W., b. Oct. 3, 1834; m. April 13, 1863, Orma Tyrrell of Concord, Vt. ; 
one son, William E., b. .May t,'^, 1864, who with his father now lives in 
X^orthampton, Mass. 
viii. Miriam G., b. Dec. 27, 1837; m. Feb. 19, 1S64, Lambert H. Ayerof St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. 

i.x. Sarah Jane, b. Feb. 27, 1839; d. same year. 

X. Albert S., b. Xov. 5. 1S40; m. .Mehitabel Smith: living in Westtield, Mass.; 
one son, Alanson A., b. in Pelham, .Mass., Jan. 29, 1S67, m. June 12, 1S94, 
Nellie Bucknam, and lives in Westfield, has had (a) Charles M., b. March 14, 
1895, (b) Albert Allen, b. .May, 1897. 

143 1. Thomas George .(719) S.\xborx, born in Enfield, N. H., March 
9, 1S05. A stone-mason in a large way of business, living in Thettord, 
Vt., but working in various places. A prominent man in his locality, 
serving as justice of tlie peace, grand juror, overseer of the poor, etc. Mar- 
ried Xov. 28, 182S, Mary 11. Leigiiton of Grafton, N. H. 

Children : 

i. Minerva E., b. in Lebanon, X. H., Dec. 27, 1S30; unm.; a teacher. She fur- 
nished the data of her branch to D. H. S. 
ii. Marcella J., b. Sept. 7. 1S32; m. Sept. 29, 1855. Xewton Howard. 
iii. Alanson L., b. in Springtield, X. H., .April 19, 1834: unm. ; Lieut, in Vt. \'oIs. 
in Civil War; murdered in Xorfolk, Va., July 11, 1S63, while drilling his 
troops, — a most outrageous and unprovoked crime, for which his murderer was 
executed. 



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THE AMERICAN" SAXHORNS. ' ^97 

iv. Thomas D., b. in Grafton, N. H., Dec. 31, 1S36; unm. ; an ' officer in the 

House of Correction, E. Cambridge, N. V. 
V. Mary xM., b. in Tlietford, Vt.. Oct. 28, 1S39; m. Dec. 6, 1S57, Dr. Harley P. 

Mattliewson of JetTersonville. Ind.. M. D. of Dartmouth, 1S62. 
vi. Louise W.,b. in Thetford, Vt.. April 19, 1S41 ; graduated at Thetford academy, 

and taught twelve terms; m. Eliphalet J. Foss of Boston, 
vii. John C. L.. b. in Thetford. Vt.. Oct. 13. 1S51. 

1432. Joseph Washington (721) Sanborn, born in Kingston, X. H.. 
Feb. 22, 1S20. A mechanic, living in Kingston. Married Feb. 10, 1S52, 
Lavinia Ann Smith of Brentwood, born Jan. 11, 1S32, died April 7, 1S96. 

Children : 

i. George Irving, b. July 20, 1S55 ; m. June 6, iSSS, Harriet Kinney Wilson ; liv- 
ing in Melrose, Mass. 

ii. Sarah Elizabeth, b. April 4, 1S59; unm., li\ing in Kingston. 

iii. Laura Emma, b. July S, 1S67; m. Nov. 11, 1S90, Eugene Judson Kempton of 
Haverhill, Mass. 

iv. Benjamin, b. June 24. 1S69: d. 1879. 

1433. Col. Cyrus (727) Sanborn, born in Sandown, N. H., Oct. 2S, 
1821. A farmer and stone-mason in Londonderry and Manchester, X. H. 
Married Jan. i, 1S45, Jane Crawford Sanborn (620-viii), who died March 
15, 1896. He died in Manchester, Jan. 28, 1S71. 

Children : 

i. Mary Janette, b. Feb. 27, 1846; m. Jan. 6, 1S80, Henry J. Eaton of Malter- 

moro, Cal. 
ii. Elizabeth French, b. May 16, 1847 ; m- John Sampson of Miltord, X. H. 
iii. Edward Everett, b. Aug. 5, 1848: a machinist in Lynn, Mass.; m. Sept. 27, 

1881, Ada E. Littlefield of Lynn, b. Aug. 24, 1S5S : no issue. 
iv. Susan P., b. Aug. 4, 1849; ™- Clifford K. Burns; d. Feb. i, 1SS5. 
V. Sylvina G., b. Dec. 29, 1S50; m. (i) Henry Jenkins; (2) Frank Wilber of 

Webster, Mass. 
vi. Frank P., b. Jan. 24, 1852; m. (i) Elda Crowell ; (2) Anna Sargent; (3) 

Edwina Kendall; lives in Fresno, Cal. ; has two daus. 
vii. Ella Z., b. Jan. 21, 1853 ; d. 1S71, unm. 
viii. Anne R., b. Dec. 15, 1854; d. unm. Sept. 10, 1872. 
Lx. Charles Henry, b. Aug. 19, 1S57; m. Dec. 25, 1S84, Lizzie A. Delahunt, and 

living in W. Gardner, Mass. ; has two sons. 
X. Jessie Benton Fremont, b. Oct. 4, 1S61 : m. Elgin McXabb of San Francisco, 
xi. John Sherburn, b. Nov. 3, 1S62; m. Lula Boyce ; lives in Tarpey, Cal. 

1440. Hiram (742) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Sept. 13, 1S05. 
Went to Boston at eighteen, carrying his clothes on his back, and walking 
in two days from Canterbury ; a stone-mason thirteen years in Maine and 
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498 SANBORN GEN]:AL0GV. 

California. Married Aug. iS, 1836, Sarah C, daugliter of Daniel Burleigh 
of Sanbornton. 
Children : 

i. Le Roy Webster, b. Aug. 6, 1S37; a carpenter, still living in Franklin Falls, 
N. H. ; m. Dec. iS, 1S5S, Charlotte T. Morrison of Sanbornton, b. .March 12, 
1S3S; had (i) Mary Isabel, b. and d. Feb. C2, 1S63: (iij Charles Le Roy, b. 
Sept. I, 1S64, d. June 17, 1S81 ; (iii) Edwin Marcelle, b. Jan. 27, 1867, m. 
Jan. 13, 1S92, Grace .M. Dearborn- of Lynn, Mass., b. Feb. 24, 1S69; d. 
Sept. 3, 1S95, leaving one daughter, Gladys Edwina, b. Aug. 26, 1S94: (iv) 
Mary Isabel, b. Nov. 16, 1S72, d. 1S73; (v) Charlotte May, b. Nov. 9, 1874. 
ii. Iliram .Marcelle, b. Oct. 24, 1S45 ; d. 1S49. 

1441. Dkarborn (743) S.VNBORN, boru in Sanbornton, Aug. 26, 1799- 
A blacksmith in Sanbornton, — moved to HoUiston, Mass., in iS74-'75. 
Married Dec. 21, 1S25, Joanna, daughter of William Durgin of Sanborn- 
ton, born Dec. 22, 1S04, died Jan. 31, 1S79. 

Children : 

i. Hannah Hill, b. Sept. 29, 1S26; m. Rev. N. Page Philbrook of Sanbornton. 
ii. Charles W., b. 1S28; d. 1829. 
iii. George S., b. 1830; d. 1831. 
iv. Mary D., b. 1832 ; d. 1S34. 

V. Homer Dearborn, b. Aug. 15, 1834: a grain dealer in Portland, Ore. 
vi. George Lewis, b. July 3, 1836 : d. unm. 
vii. Mary Weeks, b. July 3, 1836 (twin to George) ; m. D. K. Stetson of So. Scitu- 

ate, Mass. ; a nail manufacturer in Holliston. 
viii. Sarah Clarke, b. Feb. 6, 1839; m. Rev. Henry D. Robinson of No. Manchester, 
X Conn. 

ix. Laura Worthing, b. Jan. 27, 1S42: m. Rev. John C. Gowan of .-Vttleboro, Mass. 

1442. John Taylor Goodhue (743) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, 
Jan. 6, 1S17. Lived in Sanbornton. Married Louisa Sanborn (515-iii), 
Feb. iS, 1S36. She died June 6, 1S94. , . , 

Children : 

i. Luthera, b. and d. 1836. 

ii. Althea, b. July 28, 183S; m. .Andrew P. Oilman of Sanbornton. 

iii. Clarence B., b. Sept. 20, 1839; ""■• Harriet H., dau. of Israel Kimball, of Bethel, 
Me.; a watchman in Tewksbury, Mass., Almshouse; served in Co. M, N. H. 
. cavalry in Civil War, was captured and paroled, wounded at battle ot the Rap- 
pahannock, where he lost an arm ; died in iSSi. One child, Clara B., b. Aug. 
13, 1881. 

iv. Benjamin J., b. 1841 ; d. 1842. 

V. Ellen, b. 1843; cl- unm. 1876. 

vi. John Brewer, b. Jan. 28, 1849; ^ farmer in Sanbornton; m. .April 5, 1877, 
Asenath, dau. of Frederick Ouimby of Hill, N. H. ; died Dec. 2, 1891 ; had 



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(i) Maynard Ray, 1). July 6, 1S7S; (ii) Joliii Frederick, b. Feb. il. 1S86: 
(iii) Howard \V., b. .May 3. 18S7 ; (iv) Kldred Luuisc, b. April 8, 1S90. 

1443. Jacou Di:a'riu)rx (743A) Sanp.orx, born in Sanbornlon. Feb. 6. 
1815. A farmer and mechanic, living in Franklin Falls, N. H. .Married 
(1) Feb. 6, 183S, Sarah Jane Cilley of Columbia, X. II. ; she died March 
18, 1S64; (2) July I, 1S73, :^Iary McClure Dow of Grolon, N. II. 
Children : 

i. Lorenzo Dow, b. Nov. 8, 1839: a traveling salesman, living in Chicopee Falls, 
Mass., where he is a prominent man, serving as President of the Board of Alder- 
men, etc.; m. Sept., 1S63, Sarah Travis of Cohoes, X. Y., b. July, 1839: no 
issue, 
ii. Martin Eastman, b. .March 6, 1842; served in 3rd .Maine Inf. during the Civil 

War, and d. at Alexandria, Sept. 23, 1S61. 
iii: Elizabeth Ann, b. .Vug. 22. 1S45 i ""'• Charles .Moore of Manchester. 
iv. Tristram Dow. b. May 15, 1S47 ; a merchant of Pueblo, Col. : m. Dec. 25, 1869, 
Mary E. Baylis of Chicago, b. Dec. 4, 1S49; have had, — (i) Orrin, b. and d. 
1872; (ii) Zoe, b. and d. 1S74; (iii) Burr; (iv) Tristram; (v) Thomas; (vi) 
Eda; (vii) Grace; (viii) Frank. 
V. Sarah Jane, b. Sept. 26, 1847; d. in .Moreland, Cal. 
vi. Rostro, b. and d. 1849. 

vii. Emeline .Marston, b. Feb. 4. 1S50; d. 1859. 

viii. Mary Abigail, b. Oct. 14, 1854; m. 0.->car Johnson of Detroit, .\rich. 
ix. Orrin Reed, b. Sept. 25, 1856; d. 1859. 
.X. Orietta, b. 1S60; d. 1S61. -.■.•■ 

1447. ITox. William II. (746) Saxborn, born in Peacham, Vt.. 
Sept. 15, 180S. A farmer in Peacham, where he lived and died; a well- 
known man there, serving as Justice of the Peace and Representative. 
Married rvlarch 20, 1833, Martha S. Livingston of Peacham. born Jan. 25, 
1811, died Feb. 2, 1S91. He died Aug. 5, 1895. 

Child: 

i. Hiram A., b. Feb. 20, 1834; a farmer in Peacham, where he is still living: m. 
, . Nov. 18, 185S, Hannah Varnum, b. Dec. 25. 1S40. d. .April 22, 1S7S: had. — 

■ ' (i) Charles H., b. Feb. 8, 1S67, d. 1874; (ii) Mary F., b. March 26. 1S68. 

d. unm. April 13, 1S89. 

1449. John Dearborn (746) Saxborx, born in Peacham, Vt., Jt:ly 
II, 1822. A farmer, still living in Marshfield, Vt. Married July 27, 
1844, Martha E. Martin of Peacham, born Nov. 9, 1820, died Feb. 27, 
1895. 

Children : 

i. James Freeman, b. Sept. 2, 1845 ; m. and lives in .Marshfield. 
ii. Iphigene, b. and d. 1847. 



500 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1450. John Lowe (747) Sanborn^ born in Sanbornton, May 10, 
1810. A satinet manufacturer in P'^ranklin Falls; town clerk of Franklin. 
A prominent man in iiis town, ot'ten serving in positions of trust. Married 
Oct. 10, 1S33. Jane, daughter of Bradbury Morrison of Sanbornton, born 
July 2, 1S12, died Aug. 15, 1S80. He died Sept. 19, 1839. 

Children : 

\. Ann Maria, b. June 21, 1S35 ; d. 1839. 

ii. George Lowe, b. March 24. 1S37 ; spent six years in a machine shop, and twelve 
years as a salesman : musician of isl N. H. Vols, in the Civil War; director of 
the Franklin cornet band; town clerk of Franklin; kept a musicstorein Frank- 
lin Falls; now (1S97) a piano and organ tuner in Worcester, Mass. ; m. June 
29, 1859, Martha Jane, dau. of John Lane of Sanbornton, b. Feb. 16, 1836, d. 

Sept. 6, 1883 ; have had (i) Ann Maria, b. Nov. 20, 1S60, living in Maiden, 

Mass.; (ii) Alice Evelyn, b. Jan. 8, 1864, a teacher in the Mason School at 
Newton Center, .^Lass. 

1451. Jonathan Persons (747) Sanborn, born in Franklin, N. H., 
Jan. 24, 1814. A butcher in Franklin, where he lived and died. Married 
(i) Dec. 16, 1835, Rebecca Clough of Ryegate, Vt., born Sept. 30, 1816, 
died April 27, 187S ; (2) Jan. 12, 1S79, Anne (Hale) Whitney of Grafton, 
N. H. Captain of Co. E, i6th X. H. Infantry, in the Civil War. Deputy 
Sheriff of Merrimack, Belknap, and Grafton counties for fifteen years. 
Died June r, 1880. 

Children : 

i960 i. Oscar, b. Oct. 9, 1836. 

ii. DeWitt Clinton, b. June 9, 1839; enlisted in 2nd Reg. N. H. Inf., and was 

killed at the second battle of Bull Run, Aug. 29, 1862. 
iii. William Channing, b. May 8, 1S43; a machinist, now living in Three Rivers, 
Mich. ; m. Georgie McFoy of Detroit, July 6, 1869 ; have had (i) Mabel, b. in 
Wyandotte, Mich , Nov. 14, 1872; (ii) DeWitt Channing, b. Feb. 3, 1875. 

1452. Nathaniel Herrick (747) Sanborn, born in Franklin, X. H., 
Feb. 2, 1S18. A prominent man in Franklin Falls: educated at Instruc- 
tor's school in Franklin and at Pembroke AcadeiDy. Lived first in Con- 
cord, N. H. In 1852 built his store in Franklin. Representative, i855-'56 ; 
Sheriff of county, and Bank Commissioner; Superintendent of Congrega- 
tional Sunday-school ; Cashier of Franklin Savings Bank, also Treasurer 
of that institution from its beginning until his death. Married Oct. 27, 1842, 
Lucretia, daughter of Orlando Brown of Concord, X. H., born Oct. 4, 
1822, still living. Died June 6, 1874. 



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Children : 



i. Elizabeth Maria, b. Sept. 15, 185 i; d. Oct. 17, 1S6S. 
ii. Frank Herrick, b. March 4, 1S5S; d. unm. Jan. 25, 1893. 

iii. Lucretia Carter, b. Aug. 6, i860; a kindergartner in Franklin Falls; a lady of 
ability; and much interested in tiie family history. 

1454. Thom.vs L. (749) Sanborn, born in E.\eter, April lo, 1802. 
Lived and died in Exeter, X. H. Married Aug. 17, 1S25, Abigail, daugh- 
ter of Asahel Marston of Hampton, born ; died Aug. 29, 1852. He 

died Oct. 4, 1890. 

Children : 

i. Sophia, b. June 28, 1826; m. Joseph B. Silver. , 

ii. Jesse, b. June 15, 182S; m 1852, Harriet N. Holt. A shoemaker in Lvnn, 
Mass.; d. 1892, leaving one dau., Inez Medora, b. 1856; m. George Scar- 
borough. 

iii. William VV., b. 1832; d. 1834. 

iv. Ann Maria, b. April 10, 1834; m. 1852, Geo. W. Dow; d. 1S52. 

V. Almira, b. and d. 1836. 

vi. Mary E., b. 1839. 

vii. Andrew J., b. April 6, 1841 ; Co. D, 9th N. H. Inf.; killed at "The Wilder- 
ness," 1864. 

1455. John Stevens (749) Sanborn, born in Exeter, Jan. 7, 1804. 
Married i\.riana Webber. Lived in Boston. 

Children : 

i. Charles H., b. 1827. 
ii. John E., b. 1829 ; m. Mary A. Marshall of Hampton. Had one dau., Mabel .M., 

who m. Arthur W. Chase of Seabrook. 
iii. Mary, b. 1831 . . ' ' 

^457- J<->HN (750) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, April iS, 1815. A 
farmer in Iowa; moved thence to Blue Earth City, Minn. Name of wife 
not given. Besides the following children, had two others, who died 
young. 

Children : " _ , ., . . ^^ 

i. Charles, b. May 22, 1846. 
^ ^ ii. Emily, b. March 20, 1848 ; m. Wm. Webb of Minnesota. 
iii. Mary Ann, b. Oct. 22, 1855. 

iv. Florence, b. Sept. 10, i860. . , , * 

V. Luther, b. July 5, I S65. '.-.'-'.■'J, of ., V - . ' • • •■ 

vi. Edwin, b. Feb. 16, 1867. 



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502 SAXRORX GKXEALOGY. 

145S. William Baindridgk (750) Saxi;orx, born in Sanbornton. May 
8, 1819. A farmer of Cannon Citv, Minn. Married in Exeter, N. II., 
Feb. 9, 1S43, x\bigail A. Murray. 

Children : 

i. Mary A., b. Sept. 21. 1S45 ; "''• 1S66, Edward O. \'ansant. 
ii. Everett William, b. Jan. 11, 1S30; m. March 10, 1S72, Lizette Shepard. 
iii. Anna G., b. Jan. 13,1852 : ni. Lee Thompson, 
iv. Anna Abbie, b. June 12, 1856. 

1459. Ebenezer Leavitt (750) S.\xi)ORX, born in Sanbornton, July 
16, 1S21. A mason, living in Tilton, N. H., and doing a large business. 
Married April 3, 1S45, Sarah G., daughter of Levi Tilton of Sanbornton, 
born Dec. 2, 1S23. Both he and his wife are still living. 

Children : 

i. Grace Tilton, b. Feb. 2, 1S46; m. Holman D. Smith of Sanbornton. 

ii. John Henry, b. in Lowell, Mass., April 30, 1848; m. Jan. i, iS6g, Alice L. 
Fellows of Penacook, N. H., b. July 30, 1850. Have had (i) .Millie Alice, b. 

April 8, 1870, m. French of Concord, N. H. ; (ii) Georgia Alma, b. Feb. 

4, 1872, m. AII;ertus C. Randall of Concord : (iii) Florence Ethel, b. Feb. 20, 
1874, d. 1S75 ; (i\') Elmer Clarence, b. Nov. 30, 1883. 

iii. Clara .Ann, b. June 22, 1849; m. John X. .Moore of Lawrence, Mass. 

iv. Edwin Chase, b. Sept. 14, 1S50; m. April, 1S69, Anna M. Wilson; a fruit- 
raiser in South Haven, Mich., — now living in Concord, X". H. Have had (i) 
Raymond Parkes, b. 1870, d. 1879; ('') ^'ellie R., b. 1873. d. 1879; (iii) 
Crosby A., b. May 14, 1875 ; (iv) Sarah G., b. 1S78. d. 1879; (^j Ed'iali C., 
b. Oct. 14, 1879. 

V. Emma Jane, b. Feb. 20, 1852: d. Sept. 11, 1872. 

vi. Caroline .ALaria, b. .May 23, 1S56; living unm. in Tilton, N. H. 

vii. Waldo Leavitt, b. April i, 1858; m. Ada L. Goodamote ; living in Michigan, 
viii. Ford Tilton, b. Dec. 26, 1S60; m. .Alice P. Wyman ; living in Tilton, N. H. 

ix. Electa Conner, b. Oct. 16, 1864; d. unm. Jan. 23, 1887. 

1460. Stepiiex Chase (750) Saxborx, born in Sanbornton, Oct. 16, 
1823. Settled in Lowell, Mass. Married Lydia Moses, who died April 
18, 1850. He died Oct. 23, 1S49. '-- '' '' 

Child: -. 

i. Stephen Chase, b. March 10. 1850; a teacher in Methuen, Mass.; lived in Lake- 
land, .Minn. 

1461. Joseph Redmax (751) Saxdorx, born in Hampton, X. H., May 
5, 1817. A blacksmith, living in E.xeter, N. II., on the Hampton line. 
Married May 2, 1S54, Sarah E. Leavitt of Athens, Me., born April 16, 
1835. He died May 30, 1897. 



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Cliildren : 

i. Emma Elizabeth, h. Oct. i, 1S55; m. Dec. 12, 1S83, George H. Davis of Fal- 
mouth, Mass. She has been very kind in furnishing data, and has herself 
searched tlie early Hampton records, 
ii. Alma Leavitt, b. Aug. i, 1S37; d. unm. Aug 8, 1SS8. 
iii. Bertha Bradbury, b. Jan. 4, 1S65 : living unm. in Hampton on tlie liomestead. 

1463. Mo'sEs Leavitt (752) Sanborn, born in Ilolderness, N. II., 
July 2, 1S24. A farmer in Atwater, AVis., and a prominent man tliere. 
Although he never sought office, he served many years as District Treas- 
urer, and also in minor offices. A keen lover of nature and ot' books, and 
especially a student of history. Married Nov. 7, 1S61, Sarah J. French of 
Laconia, N. II., born Dec. 13, 1826; died Nov. 26, 1SS2. He died in 
1894. 

Child: 

i. Sarah Ella, b. March 26, 1S65; m. Nov. 25. 1882, Wayland H. Martin; living 
on the homestead in Atwater, Wis. ; a lady of many attainments, who has con- 
tributed very much to tlie data of her branch. 

1465. George C. (753) Sanborn, born in Waldo, Me., July 9, 1825. 
A millwright, still living in Belfast, Me. Married July 4, 1S50, Elvira D. 
Peabody, born ]May 3, 1S31. 

Children : 

i. Charles L., b. April 30, 1S51 ; m. Dec. 26. 1874. 
ii. George E., b. July 31, 1852,- m. Nov. 3, iSSi. 

iii. Lucy E., b. Nov 20. 1S54: m. Feb. 2, 1S79. - - 

iv. Orrin, b. July 12, 1S56: d. 1S57. 
V. Alice M., b. April 26, 1S58; m. July 28, 1892. 
vi. Olive G., b. June 29, i860; m. July 20, 1895. 
vii. Harry'B., b. July iS, 1S62 ; m. Sept. 5, 1888. 
viii. Rosa, b. April 29, 1864; d. 1S65. 
ix. Frank L.. b. Dec. 21, 1865 ; m. Dec. 31, 1890. : . , 

X. David H., b. Jan. 28. 186S. 

xi. Ralph E., b. Sept. 12, 1871 ; m. June 10. 1896. 
xii. Margie A., b. Oct. 8, 1S73; m. July 20, 1895. '• 

1466. Charles William (753) Sanborn, born in Waldo, Me., May 
30, 1837. For many years a farmer; now living with his son in Omaha, 
Neb. Married Ellen Lucinda Cammett, born June 23, 1839, died Jan. 31, 
1881. 

Children : 

i. Leslie Burnett, b. .March 27, 1S62 : unm., employed in B. &. A. R. R., Boston. 
ii. Frederick Everett, b. in Morrill, Me., Feb. 22, 1864; president of the F. E. 



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504 SANBORX GENEALOGY. 

Sanborn Standard Horse and Cattle F"ood Co., in Omalia, Neb. ; m. June 7, 
1893, Kate R. Hickey of Omaha, b. in Kankakee, 111. Have had (i), by a 
first marriage, wife's name not given, Edith Elizabeth, b. Dec. 3, 1SS8. 
iii. Estelle Leneite, b. Dec. 25, 1S65 ; living unm. in Waltham, .Mass. 

146S. Edex M. (755) Sanborn, born in Waldo, Me., April 25, 1843. 
A cabinet maker, now living in Belfast, Me. Married Oct. 25, 1S71, Har- 
riet A. Johnson of Belfast, born Feb. 22, 1S50. 

Children : 

i. Lena Ada, b. Oct. 29, 1S72. 
ii. Milly Irma, b. April 21, 1874. 
iii. Essie May, b. Nov. 10, 1878. 

iv. Ralph, b. and d. 1884. _ - 

V. Madge Louise, b. Sept. iS, 1884. . 
vi. Winifred Johnson, b. July 29, 18S8. 

1470. Jonathan (757) Sanborn, born in Dorchester, N. H., May 14, 
1787. Lived in Lowell, Mass. Married 1810, Rhoda Sawyer. Died 
April 21, 1835, '^^ Lowell, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Luceba, b. March 25, 181 1, in Watertown, Mass.; ni. Stephen Whitehouse of 
Dover, N. H., May, 1S28. 

ii. Sarah, b. in Watertown, Mass., June i, 1813; m. Aug. 28, 1836, Daniel Holt of 
Dorchester, N. H. 

iii. Mary, b. in Dorchester, N H., May 13, 1S16; ni. May 10, 1848, Clarendon 
Loring of Hopkinton, N. H. 

iv. Eliza, b. in Dorchester, N. H., Oct. 9, 1819; m. Luke C. Dodge of Warren. 
Mass, 

v. Adeline, b. in Waltham, Mass., July 25, 182 1 ; m. Joseph Flint of Worcester, 
Mass. 

\-i. Seth J., b. April 15, 1824; m. Oct. 3, 1847, Louisa Maria Wheeler of Merri- 
mack, N. H. ; lived in Manchester, N. H. 

vii. Caroline, b. in Lowell, Mass., Oct. 8. 1827; m. Oct. 8, 1859, Geo. F. Thomp- 
son of Worcester, Mass. 

1471. Moses Dalton (757) Sanborn, born in Dorchester, X. H., 
April 4, 1789. A farmer in Epping, N. H., where he lived and died. 
Married Nov. 21, 181 1, Abigail, daughter of Micah Prescott of Epping, 
born , died Aug. 2, 1S62. He died Oct. 22, 1S60. 

Children : 

2000 i. Jeremiah Prescott, b. Feb. 19, 1812. 

ii. Cyrus, b. June 5, 1814; d. unm. Jan. 25, 1856. 

2001 iii. Jonathan P., b. Jan. 6, 1817. 



THE AMERICAN SANUORNS. 505 

iv. Ezekiel, b. Sept. 7, 1820; m. (i) Sept. S. 1844, Clara J. Locke; (2) Elizabeth 
Perkins of So. Newmarket; a shoe manuf.icturer in So. Newmarket; no issue 
of record. 
V. Moses, b. July 16, 1823; a carpenter, lived in St. Louis, .Mich.; m. ^^ary E. 
Burrill of Lynn. Mass. Had (i) Herbert F., b. Dec. 30, 1S46; (ii) Ella Jane, 
b. Nov. 10, 1S48; (iii) Clarence P.. b. May 16, 1S51, d. 1855. 

1473. John Ward (757) S.vnborn, born in Dorchester, X. II., Sept. 
29, 1803. A farmer of Meigs Co., O. Married Sept. 16, 1S29, Lydia 
Johnson of Dorchester, born 1810. He died Sept. 13, 1871. 

Children : 

i. Charles, b. July 7, 1S30; living in Hemlock Grove. O.; m. Lucy Story, d. Nov. 

14, 1880. Had (i) Mary Ella, b. Nov. 8, 1854, m. Buck of Lacrosse, 

Mo.; (ii) Edward Enos, b. Feb. 29. 1856, a carpenter in Milford Centre, O., 
m. May 17, 1888, Ida M^y Congrove of Marysville. O., b. July 22, 1864; (iii) 

Barzillai Hosmer. b. , living in Middlcport, O.; (iv) Herbert Horace, b. 

Dec. 14, 1862, living in Oakland, Cal. 
ii. Amos B., b. May 25, 1S32; living in Bashan, O. 
2004 iii. D. J., b. Oct. 29. 1S35. 

iv. Sarah D., b. June 27, 1S3S; m. Hayes. 

V. Emma ^L, b. Oct. 21, 1848; m. Whaley of Burlingham. O. 

1475. Joiix (759) Sanborn, born in Alexandria, N. H.,Sept. 22. 1S12. 
A blacksmith. Lived in Alexandria and Hebron. N. H. Married Xov. 7, 
1830, Philura Wadsworth Sanborn (789-1), who died Dec. 26, 1S79. He 
died Nov. 30, 1868. 

Children : .. > . 

i. Sarah, d. young. 
ii. Melvin, d. young. 

iii. Sarah C, b. ; living in Laconia, N. H. 

iv. Eliza A., b. . 

V. Wesley, d. young. 
vi. Lemuel. 

vii. John Wesley, b. in Hebron, N. H., July 13, 1S45; m. Dec. 26. 1870. Delia \V. 
;v Roby of Bristol, N. H., b. Feb. 28. 1S52; a blacksmith in E. Hebron; both 

he and his wife still living. Have had (i) Ada G., b. May 28, 1S72; (ii) 
Norman W., b. .April ],o, 1876, a clerk, living unni. in Lowell. Mass. : (iii) 
Kate Leona, b. May 20, 1885. 
viii. Abigail A. '.''.'. '\- . 

ix. Charles P., b. in Hebron, N. H., July 17, 1S52; a carpenter. living in E. 
Hebron; m. 1880, Belle Barnard of Plymouth, N. H., b. 1863. Have had 
.^ (i) Glennie P., b. 1881; (ii) Forrest Earl, b. 1S84: (iii) Nina .M., b. 1S86; 
(iv) Ednah .\L, b. 1887: (v) Lamcy .M-, and (vij Alberta M.. twins, b. 1SS9; 
(vii) Ruby Belle, b. 1S92. 



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1476. EzEKiEL (759) Sanborn, born in Alexandria, N. H., Feb. 6, 
1814. Lived in Groton, N. H., and ^Nledford, Minn. Married Lorinda 
(Bean) Sawyer, July 4, 1834. 

Children : 

i. Mary Ella, b. 1S35; m. John Jeft'rey of Medford, Minn, 
il. Josiah B., b. 1839; ^^^'^^ ^^ Medfoid. 

iii. Colby E., b 1S41 ; m. Alcina Bean; lives in Kasson, Minn. 
iv. Mary A., b. 1S45; "''• David Curtis. 
V. Lora J., b. 1S4S ; m. John S. Kearney of Janesvilie, Wis. 

1477. Joseph Palmer (760) Sanborn, born in Dorchester, X. H., 
Feb. II, 1S12. A brick manufacturer, living in Somerville, Mass. Mar- 
ried Mary Knight Woodworth, born July 9, 1827, died Feb. i, 1S96. He 
died Nov. 3, 1S74. 

Children : 

i. William Augustus, b. Mayg, 1S52, in Somerville, Mass.; a brick manufacturer, 
still living in Somerville; m. April 30, 1877, Gertrude Williams Braley of 
Charlestown, Mass., b. Nov. 2, 1853. Have had (i) Mercy Woodworth, b. 
March 7, 187S; (ii) Florence Gertrude, b. Nov. 21, iSSo; (iii) William 
Augustus, b. June 3, 1S85. 
ii. Joseph Henry, b. April 16, 1S56: d. June 14, 18S1. 
iii. Arthur Woodworth, b. June 9. 1859; ^- Sept. 17, 18S4. 
iv. Jasper Lincoln, b. June 17, 1864; d. Sept. 7, 1S78. 

1478. John (760) S.vnborn, born in Dorchester, N. H., April iS, 1813. 
A brick manut^icturer, living in Somerville, INIass. Married Marv E. Brad- 
bury, born Nov. 16, 1817, and still living. He died in East Somerville, 
Mass., April 25, 1875. 

Children : 

i. Sarah E., b. Feb. 17, 1S45; "^- -^^ay 16, 186S, Dr. F. L. Banfield of Worcester, 

Mass. 
ii. William F., b. June 28, 1S48. 
iii. Charles Bradbury, b. May 3, 1852, in Northboro", Mass : a traveling salesman", 

living in E. Somerville, Mass., unm. 
iv. John Henry, b. Jan. 30, 1861; d. 1S61. 

1479. David S.mith (760) Sanborn, born in Dorchester, N. H., Oct. 
22, 1817. A carpenter ; lived first in Dorchester, then in Somerville, Mass., 
and last in Dracut, Mass. Married Mary W. Bridgeman of Dorchester, 
N. H., born 1827. He died Oct. 14, 1S4S. 

Child : 

i. David W., born in Somerville, Mass., March 20, 1847; ^ merchant, living in 
Nashua, N. H.; m. Sept. 4, 1S69, Clara F. Severance of Bethel, Vt., b. May 
5, 1850. Have had (i) .Minnie M., b. June 4, 1870. 



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14S3. Asa (762) Sanborn, born in Newmarket, X. H., April 23, 1S05. 
A Captain in tlie militia. Farmer in Newmarket, on the homestead. Mar- 
ried Hannah Gove, daughter of Daniel Meserve. lie died May 23, iS|6. 

Children : ' 

i. Elizabeth Jane. b. Oct. 22. 1829; ni. Henry \V. Balcomb of Salem, Mass. 
ii. John D., b. Sept. 14, 1S30; m. Henrietta B. Smith of Portsmouth, X. H. Had 
(i) Elmer Ellsworth, b. Oct. 7, 1S62. m. Dec. 25, 1SS8. Carlotta F. Cole of 
Bradford, Mass. ; a maker of shoe patterns at Lynn, Mass. : have had (a) 
Philip Asa, b. May 15, 1S90; (1)) Dorothy Henrietta, b. Nov. 28. 1S97. 
iii. Asa Frank, b. March i. 1S42; a farmer in Newfields, N. H.; m. Dec. 23, 1S79, 
Mary Dow, dau. of John J. Noble of Pipping, X. H. Had (i) Helen Amanda, 
b. Jan. 5, 18S2; (ii) Bertha May. b. Jan. 25, 1SS3; (iii) Eva Jane, b. Oct. 
18, 1SS7. 

1484. Jonathan (762) Sanborn, born in Newmarket. N. H., May 10, 
1813. A farmer in Newmarket. Married Frances Noble Johnson of New- 
market, born Nov. 14, 1814, died June 13, 1S80. He died Feb. 16, 1S72. 

Children : . - , ■ ■ 

i. Freeman, b Aug. 30, 1840; lives in Newmarket; m. (i) Dec. 26, i8Sr, Mary 
Eunice, dau. of Jewett Conner of Exeter, b. Jan. 17. 1S55, d. Jan. 22. 1SS3; 
(2) Mav 29, 1S95, Abra Morrill, dau. of Benjamin \*eazey of I'.rentwood. Had 
(i) John Freeman, b. Jan. 16, 1SS3. ... 

ii. Sally, b. Sept. 30. 1849; d. unm. July 17, 1S70. 
■' ' iii. Jonathan Elbridge, b. March 13, 1S54; d. urmi. Feb. 3, 18S0. - 

1487. Alfred Burley (764) Sanborn, born in Brookfield, N. H., 
Feb. 6, 1809. Lived and died in Brookfield. Married (i) Feb. 6, 1S42, 
Charity P. Matcham, who died Sept. 29, 1S44, aged 24; (2) April, 1859, 
Sarah Sanborn ( ), died Sept., 1S94. 

Child: 

i. Joseph H., b. Sept. 29, 1S42 ; d. Aug. 2, 1S62. 

1488. Jonathan Wallingford (764) Sanborn, born in Brookfield, 
N. H.,July 12,1817. A t'armer in Brookfield, where he lived and died; 
a well-known man, serving as justice of the peace, etc. Married April 5, 
1855, Elizabeth A. Buzzell of Brookfield, born Jan. 8, 1833, still living. 
He died June 17, 1894. 

Children : 

i. Arthur Fremont, b. July 5. 1856: d. unm. May 22, 1S85. 
ii. Anna Jane, b. Feb. 20, 1S59; d. 1862. 

iii. Walter Winfield, b. Aug. 19, 1861; living unm. in Sanbornville. 
iv. Caroline Jane, b. June 2, 1864; living unm. 



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5oS SAXHORN GENEALOGY. 

V. Alfred, _b. June i6, 1S69; living unm. in Franconia, N. H. 
vi. Mary Isabel, b. June 16, 1S73; living unm. in Sanbornville. 

14S9. Col. Cyrus King (764) Sanborn, born in Brookfield, N. H., Oct. 
30, 1S19. He obtained a good education at the common schools in his 
native town and at the academy in Wakefield, X. II. Taught school in 
Brookfield and vicinity: studied law with Hon. Josiah H. llobbs ( whose 
daughter he subsequentlv married), and graduated Irom the Cambridge Law 
School. In 1S46 while a law student he was elected Assistant Clerk ot" the 
House of Representatives. In 1S53 he established a law otlice at Roches- 
ter, N. H., and there continued in practice until his death, Oct. 11, 1886. 
In his younger days he took great interest in military matters and rose to 
the position of Colonel of the 29th regiment belore the old Xew Hamp- 
shire military system was abolished. 

During the Ci\"il War he was very active in fitting out troops, and was 
appointed Allotment Commissioner by President Lincoln. In 1S60 and '61 
he was one of the Bank Commissioners and State Commissioner in 1864. 
In i867-'68 he represented his town in the slate legislature, and held many 
offices of minor importance. 

In politics he was a Republican. He had great respect for religious mat- 
ters ; was a member of the Congregational church and a liberal supporter 
of the society. He took high rank as a public spirited man, always ready 
and willing to sacrifice time and money to further the interests of his town, 
and no one took more pride in, nor did more for, its material advancement than 
he. Mr. Sanborn was a graceful and interesting speaker and a most excel- 
lent presiding ofiicer. In social lite he was found at his best, and was ever 
ready with story or anecdote to contribute his part to the pleasure and 
enjoyment of the occasion. He was a devoted husband and a most indul- 
gent father. Married (i)Jan. 14, 1851, Sarah H. Hobbs, born Feb. 7, 
1S28, died 1S79 ; C^) 188I' Mary Swan (Farrington) Sargent, daughter of 
James Farrington and widow of Dr. Betton W. Sargent. Died Oct. 11, 
1886. 

Children : 

i. Ella H., b. Aug. 23, 1S52 : m. Dr. John Beecher, and had one son, Thornton 
F. Beecher, who had his name changed to Sanborn, and is a chemist, at present 
in the Sandwich Islands. He has one son, McClary Hobbs, b. 1S93. 
ii. George H., b. Feb. 28, 1S54; m. Lillian Knight Hodgdon. lived in Rochester, 
died June 9, iSSS, leaving one son, Cyrus Ashton Rollins, b. Mar. 13, 1SS2, 
living in Somerville, Mass. 
iii. Junia Hobbs, b. Oct. 23, 1857; m. James H. Irish of Rochester, X. H. 



THE AMERICAN SANDORNS. 509 

1490. Caevin (765) Sanuorn, born in Wakefield, N. II.. May 8, 
1S08. A farmer in Wakefield, and later in Newfield, Me. Married Jan. 
15, 1S35, Amy W. Ilodgdon of Ossipee, X. H., dau. of Ebenezer Ilodg- 
don, and Sally, dau. of Lt. Timothy Wentworth of the Revolution, born 
Aug. 24, 1S09, died Feb. 14, 1883. He died Jan. 12, 1S77. 

Children : • 

i. Olive Elizabeth, b Oct. 24, 1S35 ; d. Feb. 3, 1849. 
ii. Jonathan Wallingford, b. Sept. 16, 1837; d. 183S. 
iii. Henry S., b. March iS, 1S39; killed at battle of Bull Run. 

iv. Albert H., b. June S, 1S40; Co. L, ist X. H. heavy artillery; sergeant, mus- 
tered out, 18G5 ; living in Cleveland. O. ; a veterinary surgeon ; m. (i) 1S65, 
Kate Coffin of Boston; (2) 1SS9, Georgia L. Bezenia of Canton, O. Had 
(i) Albert C, b. 1869: (ii) Luella G., b. Aug. 17, 18S9; (iii) Calvin B.. b. 
May 17, 1S92; (iv) Harold John, b. June 23, 1S96. 
V. Asa F., b. May S, 1842 ; died during the Civil War at Hilton's Head, S. C; a 

member of Co. I, 3rd X. FI. Inf. 
vi. John Wentworth, b. Oct. 22, 1843; ^'^'^^ '"^ Florida, 1885. 
vii. Abigail C, b. Oct. 16, 1S44; lives in Park City, Mont. 

viii. Luther Martin, b. Xov. 29. 1S48; a farmer in Xorth Wakefield, X. H., a man of 
ability and practical sense; m. .March 14, 1SG9, Ellen C. Blake, b. Xov. 26. 
1845; have had,— (i) Henry E.; (ii) Wilber F. 

1493. Solomon (76S) Sanborn, born in Tamworth, N. H.. Feb. 15, 
1800. A master bridge builder, who for many years did well, but in middle 
life received an injury which incapacitated him lor further work. This lett 
the family in rather poor circumstances, and forced the boys into the 
world to shit't tor themselves. The result was excellent. — all of the five 
sons cut out their own path in life and have prospered, — their success being 
due entirely to their own elTorts. Solomon married Oct. 12, 1S20, Leapha 
Brown of Ipswich, Mass*., daughter of John Brown, born 1S03, died April 
15, 1872. He died June 23, 1S80. 

Children : 

i. Lucy Frances, b. Aug. 12, 1821; d. 1832. , ■, 

ii. John Brown, b. Jan., 1S22; d., 1823. 

iii. Joseph Dana, b. Aug. 15, 1824; a farmer in Lower Bartlett, X. H.; m. Jan. i, 
1848, Louisa Rote of Baltimore, Md., b. in Germany, June 10, 1831; have had 
(i) Sarah Louisa, b. in Lowell, Mass., Oct. 5, 1S48; d. 1S49: (ii) Sarah 
Louisa, b. in Tamworth, X. H., July 8, 1850; (iii^ Elizabeth Olive, b. in 
Rochester, Oct. 28, 1852. 
2020 iv. David Jackson, b. in Somersworth, X. H., .March 28, 1825. 

V. Sarah Jane, b. Sept., 1826: m. Chas. Mears of Tewksbury, Mass. 
vi. Samuel Brown, b. .March, 1S27; d. 1828. 



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2021 vii. Hiram Moore, b. May ii, 1S34. 

2022 viii. Jolin William, b. in Somersworth, X. H., April 4, 1S36. 

2023 ix. Xoah, b. in Tamworth, N. H., May 11, 1838. 

X. Josiah Bean, b. Oct. 28, 1842; d. Jan. 19. 1S63. 

1496. Simon {769) Sanborn, born in Tamworth, N. H., Aug. 19, 
1802. A farmer in Tamworth, where he lived and died. Married in Ded- 
ham, Mass., April i, 1S32, Hannah Pratt ot' Vermont, born Sept. 13, 1S02, 
died May 28, 1S67. He died June 19, 1857. 

Children : 

i. Sarah P., b. and d. 1S33. 

ii. William Henry, b. March 13. 1833, d. 1S39. 

iii. Nathan Ciiase, b. March 16, 1S37; a farmer, still living in Rochester, N. H.; m. 
Jan. I, 1S63, Hannah M. Varney of Rochester, N. H., b Nov. 14, 1S35; 
have had (i) George Albert, b. Jan. 11, 1S64; B. S. of Dartmouth. 1SS7; m. 
Feb. 13, 1S92, Nellie M. Winn of So. Amherst, Mass., b. July 12, 1864; a 
teacher for several years, now in business in Rochester; has had (i) Roland 
Rufus, b. June 11, 1S93; (ii) Ciiarles William, b. Nov. 25, 1S65; d. 18S6. 
iv. William Henry, b. Jan. 5, 1840; a farmer in Gonic, N. H.; m. Dec 24, 1S68, 
Sarah M. Beede of Rochester, N. H.. b. April 22. 1S42; both living; have had, 
(i) Owen S., b. Oct. 3. 1869. d. Aug 2, 1SS5 ; (ii) Edwin L , b. Feb. 16, 
1S72; (iii) Harvey B., b. March 8, 1881 ; (iv) Amy E., b. Jan. 11. 1SS6. 
V. Sarah E., b. Oct. 15, 1S44; m. Dec. 7, 1S85, Daniel Card of Durham, N. H. 

1497. Joseph P. (769) Sanborn, born in Tamworth, N. H., March 
19, 1819. A farmer in Tamworth, still living in 1897. Married Dec. i, 
1845, Jane Perkins of Conway, X. H., born Sept. 9, 1S22, died in Elllng- 
ham, N. H., July i, 1894. 

Children : 

i. Emily Ann, b. Nov. 27, 1S46; m. Isaac Newton Kimball of Tamworth, son of 

Isaac, 
ii. Joseph Marshall, b. July 16, 1S50; m. 1S71, Jane Greenleaf of Tamworth, b. 
1852; died in Eftingham, N. H., March 12. 1S97; a farmer there; had, — (i) 
' • Almond M., b. Feb. 29, 1872, m. 1S91, Sarah Marrian of Effingham, b. Dec. 

7, 1870, — have had (a) Mary S., b. July 17, 1893, (b) Jennie F., b. Oct. 13, 
1895; (ii) Fidelia M., b. May 14, 1883, living in Saco. .Me. 
iii. Daniel Bradbury, b. May 29, 1853; living in Manchester, N. H. 

1498. Abra.m (769) Sanborn, born in Tamworth, N. H., Sept. 12, 
1821. A harness-maker in ^vlilton Mills, X. H., still living there. Mar- 
ried Jan. 24, 1S43, Marv Harriman of Eaton, X'. H., born July 27, 1S24, 
died Aug. 8, 1869. 

Children : 

i. Mary R., b. .Aug. 14, 1S44; living in Laconia, N. H. 
ii. Hiram W., b. Oct. 7, 1846; living in Dover, N. H. 



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/ iii. Edgar, b. June 3, 1849; enlisted in Co. D, 6th X. H. Inf., and died July 3. 
/ 1864, of wounds received at tlie battle of the Wilderness. 

! iv. Frank M., b. Sept. 2, 1S53; m. Feb. 10, 1S74, Josephine Woodman ; living in 
I Milton Mills. 

! 1499- JosiAii (770) Saxborx, born April 3, 1794- A teamster and 
farmer in Concord and Chichester, X. II. Married (i) 181 4, Dorothy Kent of 
Pelham, N. H., born Sept. 17, 1791, died Feb. 21, 1857; (2) June, 1857, 
Sally (Batchelder) Pierce of Chichester, born 1792. 

Children : 

i. John, b. Sept. 17, 18 17; m. Oct. 20, 1S41, Elizabeth Hamblett of Nashua : lived 

in Concord, N. H., and d. there, March 29, 1S4S; his widow m. (2) Charles 

West, 
ii. Mary Jane, b. Feb. 15, 1S20; m. Jesse Anderson of Chester, X. H., Nov. 26, 

1846. 
iii. Amanda Melvina, b. June 27, 182 1; d. unm. March 26, 1S49. 
iv. George W., b. May 22. 1S26; d. unm. Aug. 6, 1S53. 
V. Martha P., b. Jan. 10, 1S29; ni. Jan. 10, 1852, Joseph W. Drew of Concord, 

N. H., and d. Feb. 6, 1861. 

1500. Ezra Wilmarth (770) Saxborx, born Jan. 22, 1S02. A tar- 
mer and ship-carpenter in Canaan, Me. Married rvlay iS, 1826, Sarah 
Ann, daucrhter of Col. Calvin Reed of the Revolution, who lived in Dix- 
mont, Me. Died Jan. 10, 1830. His widow married (2) a Mr. Nason. 

Children : 

... , i. William Ward Wilmarth Wheeler, b. in Palmyra, Me., Aug. 6, 1S27; served an 

'" • apprenticeship as house carpenter in Fall River, Mass., then moved to Calitor- 

nia, but returned to Fall River, and m. there, in 1S54, Harriet, dau. of George 
'• Sisson ; moved to Lyons, la., where he lived and died; he was a prominent 

citizen, serving as president of the school board and also president of the board 
oftrXistees; a prominent mason, and an architect by profession; had (i) Har- 
.'.- ' riet, d. young; (ii) PZlla, m. Henry Lucas; (iii) Nellie, living unm. in Des 

Moines, la. ; and (iv) William, living unm. in Cal. 
ii. Winthrop Washington Watson, b. in Palmyra, Me., Xov. 27, 1831 ; a farmer in 
• *■ ' Canaan, Me., where he lived and died ; ni. Elizabeth K. Fowler of Skowhegan. 

Me., b. June 20, 1832, d. Oct. 20, 1895 ; had (!) Eugene W., b. Sept. 30, 
1856; living in Lewiston. Me. ; m. Lucy Watson of Somersworth, N. H. : (ii) 
George Ezra, b. in Lyons, La , March 29, 1S58; a machinist, living in Lewis- 
ton, Me. ; m. July 3. 1884. Frances \'. Taylor of Pioston, b. June 17, 1857, d. 
Jan. 10, 1892; (ill) Sarah Orvilla, b. Aug. 12, 1S60; m. J. F. Kane of Woon- 
socket, R. L 

1505. Erastus Wiesox (772) Saxborx, born in Unity, N. H.. Sept. 
14, 1807. Lived and died in Boston, where he wrote V. C. S. in April, 



512 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1897, giving a very complete record of his family ; a most clear-headed and 
concise account, wonderfully so for a man of his age. Deputy sheriff for 
some years. Married March 29, 1S36, Eliza Williams of Boston, born Oct. 
5, 1812, still living. Died in the summer of 1S97. 

Children : » 

i. Edward Williams, b. May 5, 1S37 ; ni. April 3, 1866. Maria M. Parsons. A. B. 

of Harvard, 1861. 
ii. James Albert, b. Nov. 9, 1S39; d. 1844. 
iii. Mary Eliza, b. April 7, 1S43 ; m. Daniel A. Carr. 
iv. Emily Frances, b. Oct. 2, 1845 ; living unm. 
V. Martin Luther, b. and d. 1848. 
vi. Harriet Maria, b. Feb. 23, 1S50; m. Sam'l N. Rydon. 
vii. Helen Augusta, b. Dec. 4, 1S53; d. 1S53. 

1506. Hon. Harvey (772) Sanborn, born in Unity, X. H., Jan. 5, 
1814. A farmer all his life, — still living in Claremont, N. H., on the 
homestead, which his grandfather took up about 1765. The land, two hun- 
dred acres, has since descended from father to son, clear of any encum- 
brance. In 1S93, his sons having engaged in other business, and removed 
from the parental roof-tree, he sold the major part of the property, retaining 
twenty-two acres, which he still holds. These facts were given to V. C. S. 
by Mr. Sanborn, in a letter dated July 13, 1S97, clearly written and 
expressed, though he is now 85 years of age. He is a man of breadth 
and ability, — a good example of the old stock of Xew Hampshire country 
gentlemen ; has held many offices of trust, — Representative, Superintendent 
of School Committee, etc. Married Jan. 28, 1841, MalindaJ. Lewis of Mar- 
•low, N. H., born May, 1S24, died Nov. 8, 1890. 

Children : 

i. Helen Maria, b. Aug. 14, 1845; m. Moulton J. Gilman of Springtield, Mass. 

2040 ii. Perley L., b. Sept. 7, 1S51. 

2041 iii. Tracy E., b. June 16, 1853. 

1508. Jacob W. (773) Sanborn, born in Unity, N. H., Oct. 25, 1S13. 
A farmer in Unity and CLaremont, N. H. Married {i)June 3, 1841, Mary 
E. Lewis of Marlow, N. IL, born Nov. 30, 1820, died July 18, 1853; (2) 
April 19, 1854, Lucy ?vL, daughter of Dea. Amos Russell of Washington, 
N. H., born Aug. 9, 1824, died >Lay 7, 1S94. He died Feb. 11, 1897. 
Children : 

i. Mary J., b. April 11, 1842; living in Danvers, Mass. 

ii. Lewis W., b. Jan. 20, 1847; 3. teacher in Danvers. Mass.; m. Aug. 21, 1S73, 
Sarah L. F. Holt of Danvers, b. Feb. 9, 1844; have had (i) L. Fred, b. Jan. 
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. iii. Amoh R., b. Fel>. 2S, 1S60; m. Oct. 4, 1SS6, Mary Gillar; a horse-dealer in 
Lynn, Mass.; child (!) George M. 

1510. IIox. George Wilson (774) Sandorn, born May ir, 1S22, at 
Sandwich, N. II. Married March 24, 1S46, Mary Ann Brown, daughter 
of Dea. Jonathan Brown and Mary Ann Clough. During the prolonged 
and last sickness of his mother, George was kindly taken by his uncle. Jere- 
emiah Wilson, Esq., and wife, Abigail Prescott Sanborn, sister of George's 
father, to their home in Gilmanton but a few miles distant, probably in part, 
at least, as a measure of relief to his parents. After his mother's death, 
which occurred when Georo-e was three vears and three davs old, he was 
returned to his lather's house. There under the changed conditions it was 
to him home no longer, and he earnestly begged to return to his uncle's, 
where he had undoubtedly been petted and indulged, they liaving no child- 
ren. Jiis wishes were complied with. He returned to his uucle's and has 
had his home there to this time. He inherited from his foster-parents the 
old homestead, originally the property of his great-grandfather, Humphrey 
Wilson, an original proprietor of the town of Gilmanton, granted in 1727. 
Each generation holding the place has made large additions, and the larm 
now includes what was formerly quite a number of farms and contains 
nearly eight hundred acres, with another tract of wood and pasture land ot 
about the same amount. Mr. Sanborn built mills for sawing and v.'orking 
lumber, threshincr, and rrrindin<r, constructed a water reservoir of over 
forty acres for irrigation and water-power, made canals for and carried 
on the most extensive S3'st.em of irrigation in the eastern section ot the 
country. 

He has never sought political advancement, but his fellow townsmen have 
twice chosen him as their Representative to the general court and about fitty 
times Moderator in their town meetin<js. (k^ -. < :, 

Children : 

2043 i. Jeremiah Wilson, b. in Gilmanton, Feb. 4, 1S47. 
ii. Unnamed son, b. and d. 1S48. 

2044 iii. Frank Eastman, b. July 22, 1851. 

1511. Dr. John Eastman (774) Sanborn, born in Gilmanton, N. H., 
Aug. 17, 1824. A well-known physician and surgeon in Melrose, Mass. 
Studied at Phillips-Exeter academy ; A. B. Wesleyan University, 1845 ; 
M. D. of Harvard, 1850; settled first in Medford. Mass.. but soon moved 
to Iowa, where he was appointed Professor of Materia Medica in Iowa Med- 
ical College at Keokuk, la. ; served three years as Surgeon 27th Iowa Int"., 

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during the Civil War. In 1S64 appointed Brigade Surgeon ; 1S65, Surgeon- 
in-Ciiief of division ; 1SS9, appointed Member ot" Examining Board lor Pen- 
sions. Married Oct. 11, 1852, Rebecca M. Tate of :Middleto\vn, Conn., 
born Sept. 16, 1S32 ; both he and liis wife are still living. lie is a man of 
real ability and intelligence; also possessed of a strong sense of humor. 

Children : . . 

2045 i. William Jacob, b. Sept. 5, 1S53. 

ii. Mary Eliza, b. May 19, 1S56; m. C. T. Barker of .Matteawan, X. Y.; living 

there in 1S97. 
iii. Frances H., b. June 20, 1S59; living unm. in Melrose. 

iv. Clarence H., b. in Epworth, la., Jan. 10, 1868; m. Dec. 24, 1890, Mabel E. 
Baillet; living in Melrose. 

1512. Jacob Robinson (774) Sanborn, born in Newburyport, Mass., 
May 23, 1S38. An engraver in Springfield, Mass. Married Nov. 4. 1875, 
Mary Alice Ferrv, born May 23, 1854, in Springfield. Died March 4, 
1885. 

Child : 

i. Edwin Ferry, b. in Springfield. June 30, 1876; living unm. in Springfield. 

1515. Jonathan Cram (777) Sanborn, born in Tilton, N. H., Dec. 
12, 1792. A farmer; lived in Tilton, N. H. Married Sept. 30, 1823, 
Polly Rowe, born in Gilford, Jan. 3, 1801. He was in the War of 1812. 
Died Feb. 16, 1867 ; his wife died April 2, 1868. 

Children : 

■ i. Augusta Antoinette, b. July 10, 1S24; d. unm. March 13, 1884. 

ii. Isabel Jane Ann, b. April rS, 1827; m. Benjamin M. Durgin of Sanbornton. 
■ iii. Isaac Smith Rowe, b. April 27. 1830; m. Sept. 30, 1855, Delia S. Wyatt ; d. 
in Concord, N. H., without issue, Oct. 22, 1S94. . , 

2055 iv. John Crockett, b. Aug. 26, 1832. 

2056 V. Aretas Rowe, b. Oct. 6, 1834. 

vi. Adoniram Judson, b. April i, 1840 ; lived in E. Tilton and Lawrence, Mass. ; m. 
Nov. 15, 1865, Olive Adelia Rand of Northfield, N. H. : d. Jan. 25. 1S81, 
'"■ '■"■ without surviving issue. 

vii. Louisa Hoyt, b. March 17, 1843; m. July i, 1869, Chas. E. Wiley of Lynn, 
Mass. 

15 16. Shadrach (777) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Oct. 17, iSoi. 
A farmer in Vermont, finally settling in St. Johnsbury. Married Jan. 15, 
1827, Susanna Brown of Bethlehem, N. II., born Sept. 11, 1803, died 
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Children : 

i. Rosalia, b. Nov. 22, 1S27; m. Day of Sheffield, \'t. 

ii. Warren, b. July 25, 1S30; lives in Danville, \'t. 
iii. Benjamin B., b. July 27, 1S34; living in Cove, Ore. 

iv. Mary M., b. Aug. 13, 1S36; m. Chandler; d. Dec. 14, 186S. 

V. Harriet, b. Aug. 10, 1S38; m. Savage; d. Dec. 26, 1869. 

vi. Almon E., b. in Wheelock, \'t., July i, 1S43; ^ carpenter, still living in St. 

Johnsbury, Vt. ; m. Feb. 6, 1873, Phebe M. Harris of Danville, Vt., b. Dec. 

4, 1844. Have had (!) Frank E., b. Dec. 6, 1S73, living in St. Johnsbury ; 

(ii) Fannie E., b. in Littleton, N. H., May 11, 1S78. 

1517. WooDP.RiDGE (777) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Nov. 13, 
1804. Lived in Boston and Medfield, ?vlass. Married Abigail Perkins of 
Alma, Me. 

Children : ' . 

i. Albert, b. ; a lawyer in Boston. 

ii. Edward, b. . 

1520. Stephen Chase (7S3) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Sept. 27, 
1810. Lived in Lowell, ALi.ss., where he was employed in a mill. >rar- 
ried July 31, 1S33, Clarissa, daucrhter of Simeon Cate of Franklin, X. H., 
born 1812, died July 31, 1S75. He died Dec. 13, 1S9T. 

Children : 

i. LaRoy Sunderland, b. in Lowell, Mass., Aug. 29, 1S36: a butcher in Lowell, 
Mass., where he still lives: m. Oct. 31, 1861, Elizabeth N. Fay of Nashua, 
N. H., b. 1838, d. ALay 20, 1872. Had (i) Ada, b. -May 28, 1863, d. 1S65 : 
(ii) Frederick, b. Dec. i, 1S68, a salesman, living in Lowell, .Mass., ni. May 8, 
1896, Berenice E. Bryant of No. Woburn, Mass., b. .March 11, 1873. 
ii. Henry Low, b. July 16, 1838; d. Dec. 31, 1889. 
iii. Adelaide Viola, b. March 3, 1S41 : d. unm. Oct. 4. i860. 

1522. Charles Wood.man (7S4) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Feb. 
14, 1S09. Overseer in Boston liouse of Correction ; postmaster at L'nion 
Bridge, N. H., to 1S57 ; after returning from Boston, lived in Sanbornton. 
Married Nov. 25,1838, Olive Draper, daughter of Joel Severance of Ro.k- 
bur}', Mass., born in Boston, Nov. 26, iSiS. He died May 23, 1874. 

Children : 

i. Charles Henry, b. April S, 1843: enlisted in Co. H, 15th N. H. Inf., and d. of 

typhoid fever at Carrollton. La., J\Lay 25, 1863. 
ii. Joel Severance, b. Feb. 9, 1S47 : lived in Clinton and Fitchburg, Mass.: m. 
Oct. 7, 1877, Anne J., dau. of Carlton Rollins of Sanbornton; d. in Fitch- 
burg, Oct. 10. 1885. Had (i) Walter Forrest, b. Dec. 5, 18S0, a doctor's 
clerk in Brighton, .Mass. ; (ii) Charles Alvin, d. young. 



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1523. Dr. Thomas Moore (7S4) Saxhorn, born in Sanbornton, Dec. 
2.4, 1810. Entered Andover Theological Seminary, but gave up the min- 
istr}' because ot' t'ailure of his voice. Studied medicine with Dr. Thos. P. 
Ilill of Sanbornton, and obtained a degree of M. D. in 1S41. Practised in 
Lake Village, N. H., from 1841- to iSc6. ^larried Jan. 7, 1S44, Esther 
Davis of Rockport, Mass. Died Jan. 23, 1S67. 

Children : 

i. Mary Esther, b. Feb. 9, 1845 ! d- unm., aged 22. 

ii. Jane Stevens, b. March 10. 1847; m. Nov, iS, 1871, Edward Ward of Lake Vil- 
lage, 
iii. Lucy Anna, b. 1850; d. 1S53. 

1524. John Drew (7S5) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Jan. 30, 1S04. 
A farmer: lived tor a time in Sanbornton, then moved West; settled firstin 
Wisconsin, then moved to Windsor, Mo. Married Oct. 16, 1828, Huldah 
E., daughter of Col. John Frye of Concord, X. H., born June 7, 1S07, 
died in Sedalia, Mo., February, 1S78. He died Sept. 12, 1876. 

Children : 

2080 i. Isaac Newton, b. Aug. 11, 1831. 

2081 ii. Alfred Hines, b. April 12, 1834. 

iii. William Franklin, b. Dec, 8, 183S; d. 1839. 

IV. John Henry, b. Sept. 15, 1846; m. Julia Kendall; lived in El Cazon, Cal., and 

had a family, of which the eldest son d. 1S92, and one dau., Faith, is now at 

Mt. Holyoke college. So. Hadley, Mass. ,„ : -^ 

1525. Ransom (785) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, May 24. 1814. 
Married Oct. 4, 1835, Emily Kenniston, and moved West, — settling in 
Medford, Minn., and moving thence to Nodaway, ]Mo., where he is still 
living. ... 

Children : .,,... . , • j- , ,.;.• ., 

i. Albert G., b. ; living in Seneca, Kan. : m. and has a family. • . 

ii. Emma, b. ; m. Grains of .Maryville, Mo. 

iii. Sylvester B., b. in Lowell, Mass., Sept. 25, 1842 : in the real estate business in 
Los Angeles, Cal. ; m. Dec. 20. 1S69. Caroline A. Glazier of Savannah, Mo., 
b. June 30, 1850, and have had (i) Mary Grace, b. July 28. 1876. 

1526. Zebulon (786) Sanborn, born in Epping, X. H., Xov. 16. 
1791. A farmer in Epping, where he lived and died. Married Oct. 14. 
1810, Betsey, daughter of Josiah Hills of Epping, born Oct. 14. 1791, died 
Oct. 29, 1870. He died Aug. 19, 1S81. 



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Children : 

i. Daniel, b. Nov. 3. 181 i ; m. (i) Mary S. Pliilbrick ; (2) Sarali Jane Hannaford. 

Had (i) Oliver G., b. Jan. 10, 1838; (ii) .Melbourne, b. Nov. 13, 1S40; 

(iii) Mary A., b. March 11, 1S42, m. .March 9, 1862, Daniel G. Xeal of So. 

Newmarket; (iv) Zebulon, b. Nov. 27, 1S4S, living in Portsmouth, N. H. 
• ii. Josiah Hills, b. Feb. 21, 1S14; ni. Abigail Philbrick. Had four children, of 

whom (i) Georgie, b. , ni. George H. Batchelder of Poston, Mass. 

iii. Smith Batchelder. b. April 17, 1816; a farmer in Newmarket, N. H.; m. (ij 

Jan. 5, 1845, Mary Elizabeth Winslow, b. June 17, 1S16, d. Nov. 6, 1851 ; 

(2) Jan. 25, 1S53. Comfort Smith, b. , d. Nov. i, i860; (3) June 26, 

1861, Martha J. .Miles, b. Dec. 9, 1S28, d. Dec. 10, 1S96. He d. March 10. 

1895, Had (i) Emma Winslow, b. and d. 1851 ; (ii) Mary Elizabeth, b. Dec. 
; 9, 1845, m. March 7, 1S75, Chas. Perkins of Newmarket ; (iii) Helen Esther, 

b. April II, 1857, m. Feb. 11, 1876, George M. Nugent of Allston, Mass.; 

(iv) Martha Etta, b. .May 27, 1S63, m. Oct. 25, 1S82, Frank Dow; (v) Anna 

Lewis, b. Dec. 26, 1865, d. unm. Oct. 24, 1895; (vi) Frederick Eugene, b. 

Sept. I, 1869, m. Dec. 19, 1S91. Laura Pendergast of Nev.market ; a farmer 

in Newmarket. 
iv. Sally, b. June 21, 181 8; m. Prescott Chase of Epping. 

V. Betsey, b. Nov. 28, 1819; m. John P. Chase of Epping; d. Nov. 20, 1885. 
vi. Harriet, b. Feb. 17. 1821 ; m. George Winslow of Epping; d. Jan 29, 18S5. 
vii. George, b. Nov. 5, 1823: moved to Lawrence, Mass. ; m. (i) Sarah Norton; 

(2) Jane Blair; living in Lawrence. 
viii. Haven, b. Oct. 17, 1825; d. 1SS5, unm., in Cal. 
ix. Rufus, b. July 21, 1S27: m. Clara P. Paul; lived in So. Newmarket. Had (i) 

Alice, b. July 15, 1852. 
2090 X. John, b. May 8, 1829. 

xi. Charles H., b. Oct. 1 1, 1832 ; a machinist, living in Newfields. N. H. ; m. Nov. 

8, 1855, Lucy ^L Badger of Newfields, b. .March 25, 1S35. Had (i) Clara E., 

b. Aug. 13, 1861. m. Geo. W. Paul, Nov. 8, 1883; (ii) Charles A., b. Feb. 

20, 1867, living in Newfields; (iii) Mabel A., b. Sept. 9, 1870, d. 1883. 
xii. Abigail M., b. Dec. 24, 1834; m. Charles .\L Norris of Epping. 

1527. Jeremiah (7S6) S.vxborn, born in Epping, April 10, 1S03. A 
farmer in Epping, where he lived and died. Married Mehitabel, daun-h- 
ter of Jacob Wiggin, born Feb. 23, 1803, died 1866. He died Sept. 28, 

Ciiildren : 

i. Jacob Wiggin, b. Jan. 8, 1S20; m. .Melissa Boynton; lived in Lawrence, Mass. 

Had three children, (i) William; (ii) Charles; (iii) Harry; all dead. 
ii. Harriet Dalton, b. Sept. 6, 1824; m. Daniel Smith, 
iii. Daniel, b. May 15, 1826; d. 1830. 

iv. Sarah Batchelder, b. Jan. 25, 182S; m. Horace C. Smith of Newmarket. 
> 2093 v. John Jay, b. .April 29, 1829. 



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vi. Daniel, b. Jan. 3, 1831; lives in Kxeler, N. H. 
viit Laura A., b. Sept. 17. 1832; d. Oct. 13, 1857, unm. 
viii. Mehitabel Jane, b. Jan. 27, 1835, unm- 
ix. Harrison Gray, b. March 25, 1S38; lives in Epping. 
X. Mary Augusta, b. Jan. 30, 1S40; d. unm. 

xi. Martha Ellen, b. June 25, 1S41; m. J. L. Lamprey of Lawrence, Mass. 
xii. James M., h. Aug. 27, 1844; d. Nov. 15, 1857. 
xlii. Warren Jeremiah, b. Aug. 17, 1S47; m. ^Lary E. Hall. 
xiv. Elizabeth G., b. Sept. 6, 1S4S; m. Edward G. Hall of Haverhill, ^Lass. 
XV. Albert F.,b. March 5, 1S50; d. 1S57. 

1528. Isaac (787) Sanborx, born in Epping, X. H., March 10, 1797. 
A farmer in Sandwich, N. H. Married Dec. 25, 1820, Betse}' Sanborn 
(304-vii), died Nov. 9, 1862. He died July 17, 1855. 

Cliildren : 

i. Dr. Albert Hoyt, b. Feb. 12, 1822; .^L D. of Bowdoin; a physician in Dela- 
ware; m. Mary A. Ellison of Delaware. Had (i) Albert Ellison; (ii) Cora. 

ii. Charles Baker, b. Sept. 29, 1S24; in business at Minneapolis, Minn.; m. Sarah 
Hubbard of Tarn worth. One child, Lucy Ellen. 

iii. Alonzo Franklin, b. Feb. 2, 1S27; a farmer in Sandwich, and expressman in 
Lewiston, Me.; ni. (i) Elvira B. Quimby ; (2) Mrs. Lydia Pierce; no sur- 
viving issue. 

iv. Ira Bean, b. Sept. 11, 1S32; a farmer, still living in Sanbornton; m. Sarah C. 
Sanborn (1475-iii); one child. Bessie, b. July 13. 1859. 

1529. Joshua (7S7) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Jan. 21, iSoi. 
Lived in Rockport, Mass. Married Oct. i, 1825, Lucy Jane Clark of 
Rockport, born Dec. 4, 1802, died June 6, 1S66. 

Children: 

i. Lucy, b. May 28, 1827; m. and d. ,. .. - ' , 

ii. Joshua, b. 1829; d. 1S32. ' '. • ; ', . . . . - 

iii. Sarah, b. 1S33; d. 1S34. 
iv. Albert Norwood, b. April 9. 1835. 
V. Alvin, b. Aug. 6, 1S37. 

vi. Asa Franklin, b. Nov. 11, 1S39. '"' 

"' vii. Charles Edward, b. Jan. 25, 1844; unm. 
„ viii. Joshua, b. 1846; d. 1864. 

1530. Daniel (787) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, April 14, 1S06. 
Lived in Rockport, Mass. >Lu-ried Dec. 28, 1831, Nancy Eastman San- 
born (788-vi), born March i, 1808. 

Children : , ., ; , . 

i Oresa, b. Oct. i, 1832. . •.. '. • , 1 . . ■.■ . ,. 

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iii. Alfred, b. 1S36; d. 1837. 
iv. AlbinaWitham, b. Feb. 28, 1838. 
V. Leonora, b. Feb. 19, 1S40. 
vi. Charlotte Tuttle, b. 1842; d. 1843. 
vii. Minerva, b. Jan. 3, 1S51. 

1531. Andrew Woodman (7S7) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Feb. 
24, 1814. A stone-cutter in Rockport and Qj,iincy, Mass., and Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Returned to Sanbornton to end his days. Married Sept. 3, 
1837, Abigail Brown of Sanbornton. Died Dec. 8, 1859. 

Children : 

i. George Nelson, b. Sept. 2, 183S, in Ouincy, .Mass., a farmer in Sanbornton. 
ii. Laura Ann, b. Jan. 30, 1S43: m. Chas. S. Batchelder of Sanbornton. 
iii. John Gordon, b. Dec. 29, 1S45 ' ^ cabinet maker in Concord, X. H. ; m. Xov. 
1865, Anna Alzina Jones of Fisherville, N. H.; served in the N. H. Cavalrv 
during the Civil War; twice a prisoner and twice escaped; d. Sept. 3, 1873; 
had, — (i) Clarence B., b. Aug. 9, 1868; (ii) Eda Louise, b. May, 1S70; (iii) 
Herman John. b. March, 1872. 
iv. Louisa Brown, b. 1S49, d. 1S68. 
V. Lsaac Glover, b. Sept. 19, 1S55 ; a farmer in Sanbornton. 

1532. Phineas Glover (7S7) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, April 5, 
1819. A stone-cutter in Qj.iincy, Mass., and Concord, N. H. Married 
(i) 1839, Ellen Van Brauwer of New York, died 1842; (2) 1S46, Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Andrew Hoyt of Sanbornton. Died ?'Iay 28, 1872. 

Children : 

i. Mary Ellen, b. Jan. 9, 1840; m. Levi T. Whiting of Tamworth. 
ii. Orrin, b. and d. 1847. 

iii. Etta Emma, b. ^Larch 22, 1S50 ; m. George Webster of Meredith and Laconia. 
iv. l^fayette Webster, b. Nov. 3, 1853 ; a stone-cutter and mason, 
v. Luella Nancy, b. Oct. 9, 1859; m. April 7, 1S78, Benj. Twombly Rand of 
Laconia. 

^533- JoH^' Abidan (78S) Sanborn, born in Webster, X. H., Julv 
26, 1799. Married June 30, 1825, Rebecca, daughter of Capt. Moses Cot- 
fin of Boscawen. ^ ■ '' 

Children ; 

i. Abigail, b. Oct. 22, 1826; m. Jan. 26, 185 i, Joseph \V. Spokesfield of Reading, 
Mass. 

ii. Moses Coffin, b. May 19. 1829; m. March 27, 1855, Nancy J. Choate ; had (i) 
David, b. July 21, 1856. 

iii. Susan C, b. Oct. 20, 1830; m. Dec. 26. 1850, Charles E. Putney of Boscawen. 

iv. Emily Farnuni, b. Dec- 30, 1832: m. April 11, 1S54, Arthur Clough of Canter- 
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V. John, b. March 15. 1S34. 

vi. Ellen Rebecca, b. July 12, 1S35 ; m. Sept. 3, JS56, Theodore Edwin Balch of 

Lyme, N. H. 

vii. Charles Farnum, b. Nov. 22, 1839. 

viii. Sarah, b. May 4, 1842. 

ix. Hannah, b. Feb. 3, 1844. • ' • 

X. Henry P., b. Jan. 15, 1S46. 

1534. Dea. Joseph Knight (7SS) Sanborn, born in Webster, N. H., 
Nov. 4, 1801. A farmer in Webster, N. H., where he Hved and died. 
Married Dec. 4, 1S27, Hannah Seavey of Deerfield, N. H., born July 30, 
1798, died June ti, 1SS4. He died March 26, 1SS9. 

Children : 

21 10 i. George Tristram, b. May 24. 1S2S. 

ii. Heman Bean, b Feb. 26, 1S30; his son is William S. Sanborn of Webster. 
. iii. Adelia Ann Babson, b. Sept. 6, 1S34; m. Henry F. Stone of Boscawen. 
iv. Hannah Lovilla, b. Jan. 16, 1839; m. F. P. Stone of San Francisco. 

1535. Heman (7SS) Sanborn, born in Webster, N. H., Dec. 13, 1S03. 
A farmer in East Concord, N. H. ^Married (i) July 14, 1S12, Mary Ann, 
daughter of Abraham Bean ; (2) Sept. 2, 1839, Clarissa Batchelder of Lou- 
don, born March i, 1802, died July 26, 1S65 ; (3) May 8, 1866, Laura 
Jones of Warner, N. H. . f . • ' 

Children : • 

i. Johti Bean, b. April i, 1831 ; m. (i) Sept. 4, 1852. Hannah N. Powers, d. 
Sept 23, 1855; (2) April 2, 1857, Hannah A. Stone, b. April 12. 1830: had 
(i) Sarah Jane, b. April 24, 1854; (ii) Nancy P., b. Aug. 17, 1855. d. 1S55; 
(iii) John W. ; (iv) George MtC, b. Jan. 9, 1S61, a farmer in Penacook : m. 
Abbie A. Smith, and has (i) Clarence; (ii) Gerald; (iii) Percy; (iv) France P., 
d. 1886; (v) Charles H.; (vi) Harley H. , , 

ii. Sarah Ann, b. Dec. 16, 1832. 

iii. Mary J. Caverly, b. Dec. 30, 1836; d. 1839. , , ,,..., . .^. 

iv. Abraham B., b. Jan. 9, 1839. 

^v. Charles Henry, b. May 8, 1841. 

1536. Daniel (78S) Sanborn, born in Boscawen, N. H.. Oct. 22, 
1812. A farmer in Canterbury and East Concord, N. H. ^Married in 
Epping, Feb. 21, 1839, Sarah Sanborn Batchelder of Northwood, X. H., 
born Jan. 20, 1S16, died Feb. 18, 18S1. He died June 23, 1888. 

Children : 

i. Daniel Batchelder, b. in Boscawen, N. H., April 12, 1S40; a farmer in E. Con- 
cord,; m. .March 23, 1S69. Emeline P. Clough of East Concord, b. June 16, 
184S ; both he and his wife are still living; had, — (i) Walter Clough, b. May 
22, 1872; (ii) Sarah Fox, b. March 9, 1S75; (iii) Henry Batchelder, b. 



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July 4. 1S77; (iv) Maud Emeline, b. Dec. 28, 1S82; (v) Daniel William, b. 
Aug. 28, 1SS9. 

ii. Ann L., b. Oct. 4, 1842; ni. Brown. June 6, 1S65. 

iii. Frank A., b. in Canterbury. X. H., Aug. 26. 1S47; "o^^' living in Concord, 
N. U.; m. Nov. 13, 1872, Harriet E. Blanchard of Concord, b. Oct. 10, 1S52; 
have bad,— (i) Carl A., b. April 7, 1879; (ii) Claude B., b. July 24, 18S2. 

1537. Lieut. Jesse D. (7SS) Sanborx, born in Boscawen, X. H., 
Nov. 2, 1814. Lived and died in Boscawen. Married March 29, 1842, 
Arvilla, daujijhter of Col. Zephaniah Batchelder, born Jan. 13, 1822. 

Children : 

i. Joseph Henry Knight, b. June 7, 1842. 
ii. Mary Jane, b. June 11, 1844. 
iii. Tristram, b. June 7, 1S46. 
iv. iMartha, b. May 16, 1848. 
V. Clara Frances, b. June 5, 1S50. 
vi. Frank Jesse, b. Sept. 20, 1S52. 
vii. Emma Currier, b. .April 16, 1854. 
viii. Grace Darling, b. July 16, 1857. 
ix. Smith Batclielder, b. Jan. 7, 1S59. 

^539- Greexough Daniel (790) Sanborn, born in Canaan, N. H., 
Jan. 24, 1830. A farmer, still living in Massabesic, X. H. ^Larried 
April 8, 1866, Philindia Atwell of Manchester, X. H., born Dec. 15, 1S42. 
He enlisted as Sergeant in Co. F, 15th N. H. Infantr\-, and served almost 
through the Civil War. 

Children : 

i. Herbert Alonzo, b. Jan. 24, 1867; d. 1872. 

ii. Alphonso Hamilton, b. in Dorchester, N. H., Aug. 31, 1S6S; after gradu.-\tin<T 
from the Manchester business college, entered the service of the .Amoskeag 
Manufacturing Co. as draughtsman; moved to Providence, R. I., where he was 
employed as draughtsman; m. July 28, 1S92, Abigail N. Fairfield of 
Clinton, Mass. ; returned to .Manchester, and to the employ of tht Amoskeao- 
Co., where he is now (1897). 
iii. Georgie .Mabel, b. July 12, 1S70; d. 1873. 
iv. Alonzo Herbert, b. Sept. 2. 1S72. 
V. William Greenough, b. Sept 20, 1S74. 
vi. Morton Emery, b. Aug. 17, 1876. 
vii. Grace .Mabel, b. Sept. 16, 1878. 
viii. Florence .May, b. Nov. 3, iSSo. 
ix. Adelaide \'iola, b. April 23, 1883. 

1541. Edwin (791) Sanborn, born in Canaan, X. H., Feb. 24. 1S35. 
Co. C, 13th X. H, Inf. Married Charlotte, daughter of Charles Butters of 
Concord, X. H. Died in Concord, X. H., 1S92. 



522- SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Charles F., b. 1857; d. 1S62. 
ii. Frederick, b. Nov. iS, 1859. 
iii. Edwin, b. Feb. 13, iS6r. 
iv. Miriam H.. 1). F'eb. 16, 1S72. 

1543. George Washixgtox (796) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, 
Dec. 10, 1S15. A salesman for fifteen years; now a farmer in Antrim, O. 
Married Oct., 1S52, Cornelia C. Whittemore of Swanton, Vt., born 1S29, 
died ?klay 26, 1S74. ^^^ ^'''^ ^li^ of eighty-two, he filled out the genealogical 
blank sent him. and ver_v kindly turnished the data about his branch. 

Children : 

i. Albert Whittemore. b. in Swanton, \'t., Jan. 17, 1S53: a lawyer and a promi- 
nent man in Ashland, Wis.; m. July 11, 1SS4, Jessie L. Walker of Stevens' 
Point, Wis., b. Dec. 17, 1S62; have had, — (i) Norman Waiker, b. Feb. 26, 
1886; (ii) Albert Beckwith. b. June 12, 1S91; (iii) Helen May, b. .Aug., 1894. 
ii. Mary P., b. May 25, 1S56; m. Thomas Trimble of Waupaca. 
iii. Florence J., b. June 4. 1S59; unm.; principal of school in Calumet. Mich, 
iv. Alma J, b. May 26, 1S62; m. Nelson Bond of Ft. Collins, Col. 
V. Paul Henry, b. June i, 1S64; a lawyer of Waukegan, 111.; m. May 19, 1S96, 

Mrs. May E. Crowell of Waupaca, Wis., b. Nov. 27, 1S57. 
vi. Dr. Marcus E.. b. Feb. 12, 1S69; a physician at Eagle River, Wis. 
vii. George Frederick, b. Dec. 9, 1S70; a lawyer and a prominent man of Eagle 
River, Wis.; District Attorney of \'ilas county: m. June 20, 1S96, Mary E. 
Slattery of Antigo, Wis., b. May 16, 1S71. 

1544. Lorenzo Dow (796) Sanborn, born in Swanton, Vt., Jan. 7, 
1825. A carriage manufacturer, and liverv-stable keeper in Huntington. 
West Virginia. Married Jan. i, 1851, Mary Ann, daughter of John Hyde 
of Swanton, Vt., born Feb. 2, 1S31 ; both he and his wife are still alive. 

Children: 

i. Edna .Mary, b. April 2, 1852; m. Simpson, Dec. 25, 1878. 

'' ii. Ina Annette, b. 1S56: d. 1857. 

iii. Lily Jane, b. 1858; d. 1S61 . ' " . - r 

iv. William Edgar, b. July 29, i86[. 

V. John H., b. Feb. 20, 1S64; City Engineer of Huntington, W. Va. 
vi. George Wolcott, b. fune 27, 1S66. 
vii. Minnie B.,b. Aug. 15, 1S69. 
viii. Chester Parsons, b. Dec. 3, 1871. 

1546. John \Vielia>[ Badger (797) Sanborn, born in Newmarket, 
N. H., March 27, 1S39. ^^ engineer in the Kcarsargc daring all her 
career, including the sinking of the Alabama. Later a manufacturer in 



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Hyde Park, ]Mass. ^Married in Woburn, Mass., Dec. iS, 1867, Mary Jane 
Foss of Charlestown, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Nellie Louisa, b. Nov. 2, 1S69. 

ii. Gertrude, b. Jan. 2S, 1872. 
ill. Susan, b. Feb. 20, 1874. 

iv John Leonard, b. Oct. 12, 1875. 

V. Walter Foss, b. Aug. ^o, 1S77. 
vi. George, b. Sept. 23, 1879. 

1547. Warren Oilman ('jc)'j) Sanborn, born in Newmarket, X. H., 
May I, 1S43. Enlisted in Co. A, 27th Maine Inf., and followed its fortunes 
throuirh the war. Received from the iiovernment a medal of honor. Grad- 
uated tVom Union College, 1S67, in the engineering department. A rail- 
road engineer and builder: Superintendent of the Maysville & Lexington 
railroad at Maysville, Ky. Married Dec. 25, 1S69, Mary Ellen Smith. 

Children : 

i. .Mary Shackford, b. Nov. 23, 1870. •, 

ii. Grace Fairbanks, b. and d. 1874. 
iii. Augusta Warren, b. April 29, 1877. 

1548. Hiram Langdon (799) Sanborn, born in Rockport. Mass., 
March 30, 1S32. A steam engineer in Rockport. Married Jan. lo, 1856, 
Mary E. Knight of Rockport, born Feb. 2, 1839: both he and his wile are 
still living. 

Children : 

i. Mary E., b. Sept. 9, 1858 : m. Tucker of Salem, ^L-lss. 

ii. Ann L., b. .May 3, 1874; m. Wheeler. 

iii. Lewis Chester, b. April i, 1S76. 

1549 D.\niel Alanson (800) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Xov. 26, 
1824. A farmer, still living in Sanbornton. ^[arried Xov. 15, 1S4S, Marv 
A. W., daughter of Levi Rollins of Sanbornton, born Aug. 23, 1S27, died 
Oct. 4, 1892. He has served in many public otiices, Representative, etc. 

Children : 

i. Abigail Elizabeth, b. July 24, 1850: d. 1865. 

2120 ii. Frank Rollins, b. Sept. 22, 1852. ■• •. 

2121 iii. Orville Burleigh, b. June 4, 1855 

iv. Cecil Weston, b. April i, 1861 ; d. Sept. 3. 1S79. 

^55^- Vincent Meserve (801) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, June 7. 
183S. A farmer, living in Franklin Falls, X. H. Married June 7, 1S62, 



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Lucretia A., daughter of Jeremiah Thompson, born Oct. i, 1839; both he 
and his wife are still livincr. 

Children : 

i. William Augustus, b. in Franklin, X. H., Aug. 4, 1S63; a farm overseer in New- 
market, N. H.; m. (i) Nov. 4, 1SS2, Mary L. Sherman of Brooklyn, N. Y., b. 

Sept., 1S65, d. ; (ii) Mary L. Dennett of Greenland, N. H., b. April 30, 

1852. 

ii. Georgia Ella, b. Oct. S, 1864, d. 1865. 

iii. Bertha May, b. March 11, 1868. 

iv. Jeremiah Thompson, b. Feb. 19, 1874. 

1551. Oliver Peabody (Soi) Sanborn, born in Franklin, X. H., 
Aug. 5, 1849. A farmer in Newmarket, N. II., where he and his wite still 
live. Married Jan. 14, 1S75, Ella F. Demeritt of Newmarket, born Oct. i, 
1849. 

Children : 

i. Guy Demeritt, b. Nov. 23, 1880; d. 1882. 
ii. Gile Clifton, b. Oct. 24, 1885; d. 1S87. 

1555. James (S05) Sanborn, born in Parsonstield, Me., Nov. 24, 1819. 
A shoemaker, still living in Portsmouth, N. H. ^Married June 30, 1839, 
Mary C. Gulliver of Portland, Me. 

Children : _ • 

i. Eugene A., b. April 5, 1840; m. and living in Boston. 
ii. James A., b. Dec. 27, 1842; m. and living in Portsmouth. 

iii. Freeman F., b. March 27, 1844; m. and living in Rochester. N. H. ; served in 
Co. G, loth N. H. Inf. (ist lieut.). 

1556. Simon (S06) Sanborn, born in Springtield. Mass., Dec. 4, 1839. 
A carpenter and builder, living in New Haven, Conn. Married Feb. 8, 
1859, ^^^^y ^^- Gillette of New Haven, born June 16, 1842 : both he and 
his wife are still living. 

Children : 

• i. Nellie, b. June i, 1S60. 

ii. Edward, b. Dec. 23, 1861 ; m. and living in New Haven. 
iii. Charles W., b. Sept. 23, 1S64; m. and living in New Haven. 

t 1558. George Perkins (807) Sanborn, born in Stratford, Vt. , April 

j 7, 1810. A Bridge Carpenter and Foreman of Construction : tor nineteen 
years Supervisor lor the N. Y. & N. H. R. R. Married (i; April 3, 1834, 
Clarinda Button of Hartford, Vt., born 1S05, died March 13, 1835; (2) 
June 8, 1837, Emeline (Simonds) Baker of Alstead, N. H., born Nov. 21, 
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Children : 

i. George, b. March 8, 1835; d. April, 1S97. 

ii. Simon S., b. and d. 1S40. 
2130 iii. William R., b. Ajnil 7, 1S4.2. 

iv. Charles H., b. Sept. 24, 1846. 

V. Emeline, b. Oct. 16, 1850; d. 1857. ' . 

vi. Susan, b. Jan. 15, 1S52. 

1559. Major Jcseph (SoS) Sanijorn, born in Sharon, Vt., Nov. 17, 
1S14. A carpenter in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Served in Co. G, 
5th Wisconsin Infantry, in the Civil War. Married (i) 1844, Lucy Smith 
of Springfield, Mass., born 1824, died 1S50 ; (2) 1S54, Emily Rockwood 
of Pittsford, Vt. He died in West Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 16, 1862. 

Children : 

i. Henry Mortimer, b. May 26, 1845; ^ machinist, living in Springfield, .Mass.: 
m. Oct. 14, 1S6S. Mary Franklin Baker of Springfield, b. Oct. 19, 1846; both 
living. Have had (i) Lula .May, b. June 8, 1870: (ii) Willi.s Baker, b. Oct. 
13, 1872 ; d. 1875; (iii) Isa Eliza, b. Oct. 10, 1S74, m. Nov. 17, 1896. Jesse 
W. Howard of Springfield ; (iv) Henry Lester, b. Dec. 14, 1879. 
ii. Lucy Adela, b. 1S47; m. Charles Rice of Rockford, 111., d. 1872. 

1560. Simon (SoS) Sanborn, born in Springfield, Mass., Jan. 30, 
1828. A carpenter, living in Springfield. Married Xov. 13, 1S65, Annah 
D. Sherman of Berlin, Wis., born Nov. 23, 1839. Both living. 

Children : 

i. Frank, b. Sept. 11, 1857; drowned in Fox river. Wis., July 23, 1S68. 
ii. Charles S., b. Feb. 11, 1859; d. 1864. 
iii. Joseph Marden, b. May 23, 1863; living in Springfield. 
iv. Sherman Davis, b. June 20, 1870; living in Springfield. 
V. Clara Rebecca, b. Feb. 22, 1872; m. .\Lax Winkler of Springtield. " , 
vi. Sidney Sumner, b. Xov. 26, 1S72; living in Springfield. 

1561. William Hatch (809) Sanborn, born in Strafford, Vt., Feb. 
18, 1822. Living in Greenfield, Mass. Married Julia A. Ruggles, July 
22, 1852. . ,.,, , .. , . ,. ,-...... 

Children : 

i. William Ruggles, b. Aug. 22, 1854; a farmer, still living in Straflbrd, Vt.; m. 

March 29, 1886, Caroline E. Dow of Strafford; no issue of record, 
ii. Harriet Billings, b. Dec. 30, 1857. 
iii. Nathan Hatch, b. Oct. 29, 1859; d. i860. ' 

1565. George Franklin (Sri) S.vnborn, born Dec. 13, 1834. -"^ 
himber dealer of Keene, N. H. ^Lirried April 30, 1S55, Luba Ann Lane 
of Lawrence, born Dec. 20, 1S36 ; both he and his wife are still living. 



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Cliildren : 

i. Ernest William, b. and d. 1870. 
ii. Blanclie I^rnestine, b. June 28. 1876; unm., living in Keene. 

1566. John Chase (811) Sanborn, b(u-n in Tunbridge. W., Dec. 20, 
1S43. An inventor and manulacturer. living in Methuen, Mass. Invented 
Sanborn's Double I lot-Air Chamber Furnace. Married May 11, 1S70, 
Ella A. Corliss of Methuen, born ]May 7, 1843, died Feb. 21, 1883. 

Children : 

i. Sarali Winifred, b. May 11, 1071 ; unm. 
ii. Varnum Corliss, b. Jan. 14, 1879; unm. 
ill. John Chase, b. and d. 1882. 

1568. Edwin A. (814) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., April 14, 

1835. ^ shoemaker in Lynn. Mass., still living there. Married Oct. 10, 

1868, Rachel Lord of Lynn, born Nov. 3, 1841 ; both he and his wite are 
still living. 

Child : 

i. Dana Austin, b. Dec. 24, 1869; an architect in Lynn; m. .May iS, 1S94. 
Ethelyn B. Searles of Lynn, b. Feb. 24, 1873; "o issue of record. 

1571. Albert Aeonzo (818) Sanborn, born in Barre, Vt.. Oct. 12. 
1845. Interested in the manufacture of celluloid, and Superintendent of the 
Celluloid Co. in Newark, X. J. ^Married April 19, 1870, Mary Louise 
Hyatt of Rockford, 111., born June 12, 1850; both still living. 

Children : 

i. Edith Howard, b. March 24, 1873; d. April 12, 1S92. 
ii. Albert Hyatt, b. in Rockford, 111., June 21, 1871 ; an architect in Newark, X. J.; 

m. July 12, 1893, Bertha A. Redding of Newark, b. Aug. 13, 1872. Have 

had (i) Mildred Anna, b. March 4, 1S94. 
iii. Mary Anna. b. Dec. 23, 1875; living unm. in Newark. 
iv. Frederick .McKean, b. Feb. 15, 187S; living unm. in Newark. 

1572. Clarence Albro (818) Sanborn, born in Barre, Vt., July 15, 
1848. A traveling salesman, living in Rockford, 111. Married May 14, 
1873, Mary A. Wallis of Rocklbrd, born Feb. 9, 1S54 ; ^^^^^ ^^^^^ living. 

Children : 

i. Wallis Remsen, b. .May 20. 1874; B. S. of Rowe"s college, Terre Haute, Ind.; 

Asst. Supt. of C. H. & W. Ry.. at La Grange, III.; now connected with the 

engineering department of tlie C. >S: N.-W. Ry.; unm. 
ii. Howard Clarence, b. Dec. 17, 1875; d. iSSo. 
iii. Frank Willis, b. Nov. 12, 1S77; d. 1882. 
iv. William Garfield, b. Sept. 7, 18S0. 



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1575. IIexry Frederick (S20) Samjorx, born in Epsom, N. 11.. 
Feb. 26, 1819. A farmer, living in Princeton, .Mass. A man of intellect 
and ability, whose health was delicate. Entered Dartmouth, but on 
account of failing health was compelled to leave college before gradua- 
tion. Married Ma\' 31, 1843, Eunice Davis of Princeton, born June 21, 
1819, still living. He died March 27, 1S97. 

Children : ' ' 

2140 i. Walter Flenry, b. Oct. 19. 1845. 

2141 ii. Edward Payson, b. May 19, 1853. 

iii. Harriet Alona, b. June 16. 1S54; m. Dec. 28, 1SS2, Dr. William B. Cogswell of 
Stratford, Conn. 

1576. Gex. Johx Bexjamix (820) Saxborx, was born in Epsom, 
N. H., Dec. 5, 1826, the son of Frederic and Lucy L. (Sargent) Sanborn. 
Coming, as he did, of stock of prominence in the state, and of good Revo- 
lutionary families on both sides, it may be assumed as natural that he should 
later develop those military and executive qualities which have distin- 
guished him. But few if any among our family have won such honors in 
camp and forum as has this member, of whom we may all feel justly proud. 
In prefacing this short biography, the editor may add that none of the San- 
borns have so kindlv, intellisentlv, and ablv aided him in the task ot 
searching out and properlv inscribing the history of the Sanborns of this 
country and their origin across the water. General Sanborn's labor in this 
behalf began many years ago. when he reprinted the pamphlet Sanborn 
Genealogy and the writer's tirst pamphlet, embodying with them a short 
and modest account of his own military achievements. This reprint has 
never been generally circulated, owing to General Sanborn's determination 
not to publish his autobiography until at'ter his death : but the main facts 
here set forth are taken trom that account, and from a very interesting 
sketch of General Sanborn, written for the United States Biographical Dic- 
tionary. 

x\fter receiving a common school education, he prepared to enter Dart- 
mouth College, but instead of continuing his literary studies, entered the law 
office of Judge Asa Fowler of Concord, X. H., and at"ter reading tor three 
years he was admitted to practice at a term of the Superior Court held in 
July, 1854. In December of the same year he came to Minnesota and 
located at St. Paul, where he has lived since that date, steadily practicing 
law when not en<iafed in the service of the state or the nation. 

In i859-'6o ?ilr. Sanborn was a member of the lower house of the legis- 
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instrumental in shaping the system of fundamental laws pertaining to 
county and township organization and government, and the levying and 
collecting of taxes, — a system, says a writer, " which brougiit credit to tl^e 
treasur}-, and financial order out of confusion."' The next year he was sen.t 
to the upper house of the legislature, and was there at work looking after 
the interests of his constituents when the old flag was insulted and disgraced 
at Charleston, S. C, and he was called upon to act in defense of his coun- 
try. In April, 1S61, he was appointed by Governor Ramsey Adjutant-Gen- 
eral and acting Qi^iartermaster-General of the state, and organized the tirst 
Minnesota re<Timents tor the War of the Rebellion. In December of the 
same year he was commissioned Colonel of the 4th iNIinnesota Infantry, with 
headquarters at Fort Snelling. During that winter he garrisoned the posts 
and had command of the troops along the tVontier of the state; and early in 
the spring of 1S62 he took his regiment to the South, reaching Pittsburgh 
Landing just in season to take position in the army advancing on Corinth. 
Colonel Sanborn was immediately assigned to the command ot a demi- 
brigade, composed of three regiments and a batterv. holding that position 
until the evacuation of those works, when he was assigned to the com- 
mand of the first brigade, seventh division, Army of the Mississippi, sub- 
sequently the seventeenth army corps. 

On the 19th of September, 1862, with his brigade (twenty-two hundred 
men), he fought the battle of luka without much aid, and, although los- 
ing six hundred of his men in less than an hour and a halt", he held his 
position and won a brilliant victory. For his gallantry displayed on this 
occasion he was promoted to Brigadier-General of volunteers. He was in 
the battles of Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Champion Hills, and the 
assault and siege ofVicksburg, and part of this time had command ot a 
division ; everywhere and on all trying occasions exhibiting the firmness, 
coolness, and bravery shown at luka, and has the honor of being speCially 
recommended to the military committee of the Senate by General Grant tor 
confirmation in 1863. After the surrender of Vicksburg, on the 4th ot 
July, 1S63, General Sanborn had command of the southwest district ot 
Missouri, where, after the campaign against the rebel General Price, upon 
the recommendation of General Rosecrans, he was breveted Major- 
General. 

General Sanborn served until the close of the war, and was then sent to 
the upper Arkansas and along the Smoky Hill River, to open to travel the 
long lines closed for two years across the plains to Colorado and New 
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1865, by order of the President, he visited the Indian Territory and suc- 
ceeded in a very short time in establishing the proper reLitions between the 
late slaves of the Indians and their former masters. 

In 1S67 General Sanborn, — with Generals Sherman, Harney, Terry, and 
Senator Henderson of Missouri, — was appointed a special peace commis- 
sioner to the Indians. The commissioners held councils and made treaties 
with the CheN'enne, Camanciie, Northern Arapahoe, and Crow tribes, and 
the several bands of the Sioux nation. This commission recommended a 
fixed policy to be pursued towards the Indians ; and that policy, while fol- 
lowed, was decidedly economical, and resulted in comparative safety to the 
settlements on the frontier. 

For the last ten or twelve years General Sanborn has given close attention 
to the legal profession, and stands high at the Ramsey County bar and in his 
judicial district. He practises in the several courts of the state and in all 
the United States courts. He was in the state legislature in i860— '62, 1872, 
1881, 1892, 1893, 1894, and 1895. 

The General was originally a Whig, and since that party disbanded has 
been an earnest and active Republican. He was put torward as a candidate 
for the United States Senate when Hon. M. S. Wilkinson was chosen, and 
came within two or three votes of being nominated in caucus, which would 
have been equivalent to an election. 

His religious sentiments accord with those of the Presbyterians, but he is 
a member of no church. 

General Sanborn's first wife was Miss Catharine Hall of Newton, N. J. ; 

married in March, 1857. She died in November, i860, leaving one child, 

— Hattie F., who died at twenty years. His second wife was Miss Anna 

Nixon of Bridgeton, N. J.,— sister of Judge Nixon of that state; married 

on the 27th of November, 1865. She died on the 25th of June, 1878. His 

I third wife was Miss Rice of St. Paul, by whom he has had four children, 

all living. 

''■■■'■ - Headquarters District of Southwest Missouri, 

Springfield, Mo., March 28, 1864. 

Major Sa/fiitel Breck, Assistant Aitjutaiit-ueneral, War Depart)Jient : 

Major: — In response to your circular of Jan. 30, 1864, I have the honor to furnish the fol- 
lowing account of my military history since March 4, 1861 : 
j On the 22d day of April, A. D. 1861, I was appointed and commissioned by the governor 
1 of Minnesota, Adjutant-General and Actin-j; Ouartermaster-General of the state, with the rank of 
! Brigadier-General, and I continued in this position and discharged its duties until Jan. i, 1S62. 

Having been commissioned by the Governor on the 5th day of November, 1S61, Colonel of 
I the 4th regiment of Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, I mustered into the United States ser- 
1 vice as Colonel on the 2ist day of December, 1S61, and assumed command of the regiment 
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and all other United States volunteers in iMinnesota on the ist day of January, 1862. The 
command of the regiment was retained by me until the 12th day of May, 1862, when, having 
moved to Hamburg Landing, Tenn., and been assigned to the ist brigade, 3d division. Army 
of the Mississippi, I was assigned by Brigadier-General Schuyler Hamilton, then commanding 
the 3d division of that army, to the command of the ist demi-brigade of the ist brigade of 
said division. I retained this command until the 25th day of June, A. D. 1862 (except while 
on detached service), when I assumed command of the ist brigade, third division. Army of the 
Mississippi, and remained in command of this brigade, with the exception of the time from 
Sept. 20, 1S62, to Oct. 5, 1862, and except when temporarily absent, until Aug. 4, 1S63, at 
which time my resignation was accepted by General Grant : and not having been advised of 
my promotion to my present grade until Sept. 11, 1S63, I was not in command during this 
interim. 

Immediately upon being advised of my promotion, my resignation was withdrawn, and I was 
mustered out of my old grade and into that of Brigadier-General of volunteers Sept. 12, 1863, 
and received orders the same day to report to Major-General Grant, commanding the Depart- 
ment of the Tennessee. 

Proceeding at once to report to General Grant, as ordered, when reaching Memphis I was 
advised by Major-General Sherman that General Grant would soon be at that place, and 
directed to remain there and await his arrival. Upon General Grant's arrival at Memphis, 
about the nth day of October, I received an order from Major-General Halleck, through him, 
directing me to report to .Major-General Schofield, commanding the Department ot the Mis- 
souri, and reported to Major-General Schofield on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1863, and 
was assigned to the command of the District of Southwest Missouri. I proceeded at once to 
Springfield, Mo., assumed command of the district on the 24th day of October, A. D. 1863, 
and have been in command since that date. 

By permission of Major-General Grant, commanding the Department of the Tennessee, I 
left my command on the ist day of January, 1S63, to go to St. Paul and adjust some unsettled 
accounts with the state, while the legislature was in session, connected with my business as 
Acting Quartermaster-General of the state. I was absent on this business until Feb. 5, 1S63. 
my command lying at and east of Memphis, on the railroad, during this time. This is the 
only instance of my being absent from my command except on detached service. 

Immediately after the return of the army from the pursuit of Beauregard's army, after the 
evacuation of Corinth, I was detailed on a general court martial, of which Brigadier-General 
Plummer of the United States Volunteers was President, and Major Morrison of the 5th Iowa 
Infantry was Judge Advocate. This court met about the loth day of June, A. D. 1862. at 
Camp Clear Creek, Miss., and adjourned about the 15th day of July, 1S62. During this time 
General Plummer was relieved from duty on the court, and Colonel Eckley of the Soth Ohio 
Infantry became President, and Major Morrison was relieved as Judge Advocate and Capt. 
John E. Tourtellotte of the 4th Minnesota Volunteers detailed in his stead. This court 
adjourned for several days during its organization, and tlie members made a campaign toward 
Holly Springs and returned during the time, in command of their troops. 

Soon after the adjournment of this court, I was detailed on a general court martial which 
convened at Camp Clear Creek, Miss., about the 20th day of July, 1862, and adjourned about 
the loth day of August, A. D. 1862. Of this court martial I was President, and Capt. John E. 
Tourtellotte was Judge Advocate. 

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1862, and adjourned the 30th day of September, A. D. 1862. Of this court martial I was 
president, and Capt. John E. Tourtellotte of the 4th Minnesota Volunteers was jud^e advocate. 

On the 15th day of April, 1S63, I assumed command of the 7th division. Army of the Ten- 
nessee, the same troops as the 3d division, Army of the .Mississippi, and remained in com- 
mand until the 3d day of May, A. D. 1S63. 

The foregoing constitutes all the detached service I have ever been on. 

I have been engaged in the following battles and sieges : - 

1862, May, in the siege of Corinth. 

1862, Sept. 19, in the advance upon and Battle of " luka."' 1 fought this battle with my 
command, aided in the fighting only by the nth Missouri Infantry. The moral effect of the 
presence of other troops, of course, aided in securing the result, and there were some losses in 
the reserve lines. 

1862, Oct. 3 and 4, in the Battle of Corinth ; on these days commanding my regiment, and 
hotly engaged both days. In the pursuit of Van Dorns Army till Oct. 14, 1S62 : during pur- 
suit, commanding brigade. 

1862, November and December, in the campaign down the Mississippi Central road to the 
Yocana Potoffy river. 

1863, March, in the Yazoo Pass expedition and the attack upon Fort Pemberton. 

1863, April, in the movement down the Mississippi to Hard Times Landing, in the com- 
mand of the 7th division. 

1863, May I, moved the 7th division. Army of the Tennessee, across the .Mississippi river, 
and on to the Battle of Fort Gibson ; embarked 6,000 men and twenty pieces of artillery, with 
the horses, etc. ; sailed ten miles down the river and disembarked in little more than two 
hours, and moved forward eight miles to the field of battle and formed in position on the left 
of the enemy about 4 o'clock p. m., all the time within sound of the battle. 

1863, May 3, in a heavy skirmish most of the day at Forty Hills, and drove the enemy 
across the Big Black. All my command this day, consisting of my brigade, was engaged. 

1863, May 12, in the Battle of Raymond, my command formed under a heavy fire of the 
enemy's artillery, on his right, almost simultaneously with the enemy turning General Logan's 
right ; the enemy's line soon broke, and he tied from the field. 

1863, May 14, in the Battle of Jackson, my command formed the right of the line of battle, 
formed on the Jackson and Clinton road, and made a charge in conjunction with the balance 
of the division, which resulted in the rout of the enemy and the capture of twenty pieces of 
artillery, many prisoners, and my leading regiment raised its colors over the dome of the capi- 
tol of the state. 

1863, .May 16, in the Battle of Champion Hills; whole command engaged during the entire 
battle, capturing prisoners, colors, etc. 

1863, May 22, in the assault upon Vicksburg ; whole command engaged all day, reaching 
the ditch, and remained in the dead space under the enemy's works until dark. 

1863, May 25, in a heavy reconnoissance to Mechanicsburg and Satartia and down the Yazoo. 

1863, June to July 4, in the siege of Vicksburg ; whole command constantly engaged in the 
work of the siege until the surrender of the place and the rebel army. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, : 

Your obedient servant, 
(Signed) John B. S.anborn. 

Brigadier- General U. S. Vols. 



532 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

St. Paul. July 30, 1872. 
Assistant Adjutant -General, United States Army : 

General: — I have the honor to acknowledge tlie receipt of your communication of April 
4th, 1S72, requesting me to furnish a report of my military services from March 28th, A. D. 
1864, to the time that I was mustered out of said service, which in connection with the report 
made by me heretofore up to that date will cover my military history during the war. 

I believe I am correct in stating that I had no leave of absence during the war. I was de- 
tailed on a court martial that convened at St. Louis about tlie middle of November, as I recol- 
lect, 1864, and which tried Generals McXeel and Brown upon charges of misconduct in presence 
of the enemy during the Price raid in October. I think General Meredith was President of this 
court and Major Black Judge Advocate. But I have not tlie orders. All is stated from recol- 
lection, and I may be in error. I sat upon the court only about one week, when I was relieved, 
and soon after returned to my command in the Southwest. 

All officers on my staff during the war were well qualified for their positions, and discharged 
their duties with ability, zeal, and integrity, and all have been respectable citizens since the 
war, so far as I have heard. 

I remained in command of the district of Southwest Missouri until the 7th day of June, 
A. D. 1865. 

During the period from March 28, 1864, to the time I was relieved from the command ot 
the district of Southwest Missouri, my principal services consisted in maintaining the disci- 
pline and improving the efficiency of my own command, protecting the country and people 
from the incursions and ravages of the bands and organizations of rebel bushwhackers that 
constantly infested it, resisting the advance of the rebel army of the Southwest into Missouri 
in September and October, A. D. 1864, pursuing, attacking, and defeating that army at Jeffer- 
son City, Vincennes, California Station, Tipton, Booneville, Independence. Big Blue, Marais 
des Cygnes, Little Osage, and Newtonia, and in the restoration of the functions of the civil 
law, and the protection of persons and property thereunder, in a few^ weeks after the surrender 
of the rebel armies, in that section of country, where it had been wholly swept away by the war, 
and where martial law had reigned supreme for four years. 

In this ser\-ice there is perhaps little that will be of advantage or benefit to a future age or 
worthy of any place in history. 

That which impressed m.e the most profoundly was the barbarity and cruelty manifested and 
practised by the rebel forces thus operating in this section of country. The contending forces 
were largely relatives, neighbors, and friends before the war. The barbarous practices of the 
rebel forces in this section commenced with the commencement of the war, and continued to 
its close. The first Union citizen killed by them after the war commenced was horribly muti- 
lated after death. His hands were cut off", his tongue cut out, his chin peeled off, and his per- 
son otherwise cut and disfigured ; and during all the time of my command in that section there 
was no instance of any Union soldier killed by these roving rebel forces and falling into their 
hands, who was not cut to pieces in the most horrible manner, the mode and extent of mutila- 
tion far exceeding in inhumanity and cruelty that ever practised by the barbarous tribes of this 
country upon their captives taken or enemies killed in war and battle. 

My only object in referring to this in my report at this time is to show that the principle of 
inhumanity and cruelty e.xists in civilized and enlightened people as well as barbarous tribes, 
and that under certain conditions it will develop in its greatest ferocity. 

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uncontrollable purpose on their part to destroy the perjjetrators of such enormities. The Fed- 
eral troops carried on a relentless war against these bands, and took but few prisoners com- 
pared with the number killed in action. The prisoners taken were tried before military com- 
missions, and when found guilty of murder, arson, etc., were shot. The number of these 
rebel marauders killed by my command during the period of nineteen months of my operations 
in that section exceeded three thousand, while my own losses did not reach five hundred. 
.This vigorous warfare carried on against them, and compelling all who aided or befriended 
I them to leave the country, restored order and established security to person and property in 

that region. 
I In the autumn of 1864, in addition to commanding my district, I commanded a brigade of 

1 cavalry resisting the attack of the rebel army under Price upon Jefterson City, Mo., and 
i attacked the same army with a division of cavalry at V'incennes and California Station the fol- 
i lowing day, and at Tipton and Booneville on the two following days. I commanded a brigade 
\ of cavalry in the attack upon the same army at Independence, Big Blue, Marais des Cygne."?, 
! Little Osage, Mine Run, and Newtonia. 

} To reach and attack the rebel army at Marais des Cygnes on the night of the day of 

j October, I marched till i o'clock on the morning of that day, having marched in rear of the 
\ army under General Curtice all day, and passed the other brigade in bivouac at the trading 
I post about 10 o'clock that evening, with the assent of General Curtice and the approval of 
I General Pleasanton, who ordered the remaining portion of his command, Benteen's and Phil- 
1 lips' brigades, to follow me and act under my orders. I opened the attack at the earliest dawn 
I on the rebel camp, and driving the enemy out, ordered forward the brigades of Benteen and 

I Phillips, which forced the enemy to form in line to protect his trains. These brigades charg- 
ing that line, broke it, capturing seven pieces of artillery and eight hundred prisoners. 

To get into the Battle of Newtonia, I marched one hundred and four miles in thirty-six 
hours, and if I had been a half hour later than I was, our troops would have been defeated 
there. 

So far as I participated in battles, perhaps there is nothing worthy of special mention, unless 
it is that during the three years in which I commanded in the field, and in twenty sieges, bat- 
tles, and affairs, in several of which my command suffered in killed and wounded terribly, still 
it was always able to execute every order it received, and was never driven from its position 
and never pursued by the enemy. No sound man was ever taken prisoner from it to my 
knowledge. I write this not to gratify any feelings of elation, but for history, as showing that 
our soldiers were gallant and efficient, and our commanders discreet and intelligent, as well as 
brave. 

The surrender of the large rebel armies on the Atlantic coast was immediately followed by 
the surrender of the rebel forces in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas, and as south- 
west Missouri was efe jure in a loyal state, it opened a field for the reconstruction of society 
I under the civil law immediately. 

1 To that end General Order No. 35 was issued by me on the 8th day of May, 1865, the 
jsubstance of which was to relinquish martial law, and the refusal longer to control and govern 
'the country thereby, and applying it only to two classes of offences, viz., efforts and attempts 
jto intimidate judges, jurors, sheriffs, justices of the peace, etc., and any refusal of these offi- 
cers to act at once upon the proper c(3mplaint or information of any citizen. At the same time 
I placed the whole Federal force in the district at the command of these officers of the peace. 
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534 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

menced to enforce the statute and civil law struck terror into otTenders, and order and general 
security to person and property were very speedily restored, and that in a community and over 
a large scope of country where martial law had held sole and exclusive sway for four years, and 
where the people had come to feel that there was no security or safety in any other system of 
law or government, and that to cast it otT for the old system was not desirable. 

For this order I received the following acknowledgment from his excellency, the Governor 
of Missouri, viz. : 

State of Missouri, Executive Department, 

City of Jefferson, June i, 1865. 

General: — I have been for some days intending to write you, expressing my thanks to 
you for the appropriateness, timeliness, and perspicuity of your General Order Xo. 35. 

The disruption of society and the general demoralization in civil afi'airs caused by the rebel- 
lion in every Southern state, but most especially in Missouri, have rendered the restoration of 
the civil law a task, the severity and onerousness of which can only L; appreciated by those 
who have to contribute towards its performance as you have done and are doing. 

The 'order is most admirably conceived, clearly expressed, and has throughout the right 
tone, and in it I recognize and gratefully acknowledge the most eflfective assistance I have yet 
received towards the reestablishment of order in .Missouri. 

Rest assured that when peace and the arts of industry shall once more have assumed their 
legitimate sway in the state which you have done so much to save, your name will be cherished 
with increasing reverence as our prosperity tlows on in an uninterrupted tide. 

I am. General, with great respect. 

Your obedient servant, 
(Signed) Thos. C. Fletcher. 

Brevet Maj.-Gen. John B. Sanborn. 

Before the prisoners that had surrendered to me in May had all been paroled, and on the 
7th day of June, 1865, I received by telegraph an order from General Pope, commanding the 
Department of the .Missouri, to turn over my command to the officer next in rank, and report 
to him in person without delay. 

I reported as ordered, and was ordered to proceed to the Plains, and take command of the 
district of the upper Arkansas, with headquarters at Fort Riley, and make a campaign against 
the Camanche, Kiowa, Cheyenne, Arapahoe, and Apache Indians. 

This order was at once executed and I assumed command of the District of the Upper 
Arkansas, July 12, 1865. My command here consisted of about tive thousand cavalry- and two 
thousand infantry. This command was wretchedly supplied, and it required two weeks to put 
it in condition for operations in the field. 

About the first of .August the cavalry was put in motion against the Indians, and within two 
weeks thereafter a half-breed messenger arrived from the Indian camp with a statement from 
the chiefs and headmen that they did not want war and never had, and desired me to come to 
their camp and make arrangements- for a council to agree upon terms of permanent peace. 
I sent back word that I would be at their camp near the mouth of the Little -Arkansas in three 
days, and proceeded thither with mv adjutant-general and some six orderlies. 

The Indians received me kindly on the eighteenth day of .August, 1865, and agreed to cease 
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travel, and to meet commissioners appointed on behalf of the United States on the fourth day 
of October and agree upon terms of perpetual peace. 

The quiet and security of the southern plains was at once restored, and was not interrupted 
for nearly two years. 

Perliaps there is nothing that I could add that will be of service or interest in the future in 
regard to carrying on military operations against the Indians. While I found them entirely 
reliable and honorable in all negotiations looking to a settlement of difficulties, doing as they 
agreed and all they agreed, and protecting all messengers and persons sent to tiiem upon 
that business, I found that in carrying on war and hostilities that they relied solely upon strat- 
agems and surprises, and destroyed all small bodies of troops that they could reach and made 
efforts to capture all stock and property unguarded, and avoided all conflict with and even 
being seen by any respectable number of our soldiers at the same time. 

This rendered it absolutely necessary if you would tight them at all to attack their villages. 
Their costume and dress are such that our soldiers cannot as a rule, especially in the excitement 
of battle, distinguish between the sexes, and hence in an attack upon a village all sexes and 
generally all ages suffer indiscriminately. My impression is that they are a people easily man- 
aged and easily satisfied, and that for a government like ours to go to war with them is little 
less than disgraceful. 

I was designated as one of the commissioners to meet the Indians in council on the 4th day 
of October, A. D. 1865, at the mouth of the Little Arkansas (the District of the Upper 
Arkansas having been merged into the District of Kansas in September, and having been 
i relieved of all command myself except the troops designated for muster out of the service, and 
as an escort for the commissioners to the mouth of the Little Arkansas). General Harney. 

I Kit Carson, William Bent, and Judge from the Interior department, were the other com- 

I missioners. My duties on this commission terminated about the first of November, 1865, and 
I proceeded at once to Fort Riley and found awaiting my arrival Special Order No. 559, 
Paragraph 16, War Department Series of 1S65, and on the 8th of November I received a 
telegraphic order directing me to report in person to the Secretary of the Interior as soon as 
practicable. 

This order was at once complied with, and on the 20th day of November, A. D. 1865, the 
instructions of the Secretary of the Interior were received. The duties imposed were the 
establishment of the freedom of the slaves of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Creek and 
Seminole tribes of Indians, and the adoption of some plan under which these freedmen could 
be protected and enjoy their freedom in the Indian Territory. 

My first step was to publish in form of a circular the instructions received from the Interior 
Department, which set forth fully the object of my mission and the end sought by the govern- 
ment. This circular was distributed to all the government otticials and the leading men of the 
respective tribes of Indians. I followed this up with consultations and councils with the repre- 
sentative men of the respective tribes. No difficulty whatever was experienced in securing 
absolute freedom and every right from the Creek and Seminole nations to their former slaves. 
These tribes at once recognized them as a band, and allowed them a chief with a seat and vote 
in their councils, and at once entered into contracts with them for their labor. Order and 
good feeling prevailed in these tribes. 

With the Choctaws, Chickasaws, and Cherokees the case was different. Each of these 
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536 SANBORX GKNEAT.OGY. 

satisfied that it was the determined purpose of the government to protect these freedmen, 
either in certain sections of the reservations of the respective tribes that might be specially set 
apart for them ; or wherever they should live on these reservations, their prejudices, though 
strong, yielded to discretion, and in two months after my arrival in the territory all seemed to 
have concluded to sustain the government fully in whatever course it should adopt as to the 
freedmen of these tribes. Their old slave codes, which were among the greatest obstacles 
that I had to overcome, as they felt that what was lawful might and ought to be done with 
impunity, were soon repealed, contracts in writing were made by nearly all who employed 
negro labor, or with whom these freedmen lived, and the heart burnings, bitterness, and strife 
that existed between the two races on my arrival, making the person and property of both 
insecure, disappeared under the policy of the government in the short space of four months, 
and the freedom of the black race and the harmony and happiness of both races in that 
territory were secured. 

General Order No. 16S, series of 1865, War Department, included my name among the 
general officers there named to be mustered out Febn.iary i, 1S66. 

On the nth of January, A. D. 1S66, I was advised by telegraph that that order would not 
take effect in my case till I was relieved from the duty to which I had been assigned by Special 
Orders No. 559, dated October 20. 1865, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior 
Department. 

On or about the first day of April, A. D. 1S66. I informed the Honorable Secretary of the 
Interior that I had fully performed the duties and accomplished the mission for which I had 
been sent to the Indian Territory, that satisfactory relations e.xisted between the freedmen and 
their former masters in that country, and that all further services required by the government 
could be as well performed by the Indian agents and superintendents as by any officers, and on 
the 13th day of April, 1866, I was informed by telegraph in response to my communication. 
that I was relieved from further dutv in the Indian Territory, and that my muster out of service 
would take eiTect April 30th, inst. I proceeded to Washington and at once settled and closed 
my accounts with all the bureaus and departments with the service of which I had lieen 
connected. 

In closing this imperfect sketch I desire to state that during the whole period of my service 
the general officers under whom I served. Pope, Rosecrans, Hamilton. Grant. McPherson, 
Crocker, Smith, Schofield, Pleasanton, and Dodge, in all places and under all circumstances, 
whether in battle, in camp or on the march, always responded to every request of mine with 
the greatest promptness, and gave me every aid in their power, so that a failure of mine in any 
respect could have been no fault of theirs. And it is with me a deep conviction that the 
patriot can express no better wish for his country than that whenever in the long future she 
shall be assailed either by foreign foes or domestic traitors, she may have at command armies 
as patriotic and gallant, and officers as faithful and skilful as those which crushed the 
Rebellion of 1861. 

I have the honor to be, ^ ■ 

Very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 
"' ' -.i' ' ■ " ■ •■■ John B. S.anborn, 

iMte Brti'et M ajor- General 0/ I'ohtnteers. 



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Children 



i. Harriet French, b. Jan. 4, 1858; d. 1880. 
ii. Jolin, b. and d. 1S60. ^ . 

iii. Lucy Sargent, b. July 4, 1881. 
iv. John Henjaniin, h. Xov. 9, 18S3. 

V. Rachel Rice, b. July 27, 1888, 
vi. Frederick, b. Dec. ii, 1892. 

1577- James (S21) Sanborn, born in Epsom, N. H., March 2, 1821. 
Co. D, 15th X. H. Infantry. A farmer in Xorthwood, N. H., where he 
lived and died. Married Sept. 19, 1S47, Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of 
John Yeaton of Epsom, born Nov. 23, 1S23, died Sept. 19, 1SS8. He died 
July 21, 1863. 

Children : 

i. Sarah Freese, b. Feb. 12, 1850: m. C F. Carter of Worcester. Ma.ss. ; still liv- 
ing there. 
ii. Unnamed ciiild, d. in infancy. * 

iii. Unnamed child, d. in infancy. ~ ' - 

iv. Dr. Frederic James, b. April 9, 1861 : graduated at Coe"s Academy. 1879: M. D. 
of Bellevue, 1883; resident physician at Bay View hospital, Baltimore, 18S4: 
practised some time in Barkhamstead, Conn. : since 18S8 located in Spencer, 
Mass., where he is a successful and esteemed physician ; Fellow of Mass. .Med. 
Soc; a .Mason and K. of P.: m. Oct. 9, 1889, Sarah Frances .Morse of Wor- 
cester, Mass., b. .March iS, 1867. still living. Have had (i) Gertrude Lulu, 
b. Jan. 7, 1891; (ii) Reginald Ware, b. Dec. 10. 1893. 

1578. Charles Henry (821) Sanborn, born July 6, 1823. A me- 
chanic in Pittsfield, N. H., now living in Maiden, Mass. Married Vienna, 
daughter of John Prescolt of Epsom, N. H. 

1579. Lewis Durgin (821) Sanborn, born in Epsom, X. H., Jan. 17, 
1829. A mechanic; lived in Pittstield, now in Boston, Mass. Married 
Oct. 25, 1853, Marv A., daughter of John X^. Hoitt of Barnstead, X. H., 
born May 22, 1838, died March 23, 1892. 

Child: 

i. Dr. George Hoitt, b. in Barnstead, X. H., Aug. 8, 1854; a distinguished physi- 
cian of Henniker, X. H.; m. Oct. 3, iSSo, Kate B. Smith of Henniker, N. H., 
b. Feb. 10, 1862. Have had (i) Hugh .Montgomery, b. Feb. 7, 1SS2: (ii) 
Georgia May, b. Xov. 3, 1885 : (iii) Gretchen Smith, b. Jan. 21, 1887 ; (iv) 
Paul Hoitt, b. July 6, 1S95. 

1582. CiL-\RLES Edw.vrd (823) Sanborn, bom in Rochester, X. Y., 
Sept. 28, 1847. A successful salesman, living in Detroit, Mich. Married 
1870, Luelle Scratch of Detroit, born Xov. 3, 1854. 



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Children : 

i. Eva, b. April 21, 1872; m. 1892, George Crane of Detroit. 

ii. Lottie, b. Aug. 27, 1S73. 

iii. William E., b. March 17, 1S76. ■ • ".' ' • 

iv. Edith, h. Dec. 10, 18S1. , ^ ■ ' .' 

V. Lulu, b. Aug. 26, 1884. ■ ., 

vi. Lelia, b. Feb. 10, 18S8. • ' ■ 

1584. Jereml-vm Russell (S29) Sanborn, born in Sandwich, N. H., 
Dec. 25, 1S16. A car inspector, living in Peabody and Beverly, Mass. 
Married Jnne 16, 1S36, Sophia Ann Howard of Georgetown, TNlass., born 
Jan. iS, 1820, still living. He died Jan. 21, 18S7, in North Beverly, ]Mass. 

Children : 

i. iMary Elizabeth, b. Sept. 17, 183S: d. 1839. • ■ 

ii. Orren Curry, b. July 31, 1840; a coppersmith in Springfield, Mass. ; m. Jan. 20, 
1859, Lydia W. Larcom of Beverly, .Mass., b. Nov. 16, 1840, d. Dec. 20, 
1869. Have had (i) Mehitabel Frances, b. Oct. 18, 1859, m. Sept. 25, 1896, 
H. F. Graham of Matteawan, N. Y. ; (ii) Levi Russell, b. Oct. 20, 1S61, d. 
1863; (iii) Lydia Ellen, b. Nov. 29, 1863, m. June 19, 1888. 
iii. Charles Augustus, b. Aug. 2, 1844; a locomotive engineer in Boston, where he 
ni. Aug. 2. 186S, Cecilia Kent Spare of E. Boston, b. Dec. 28, 1842, d. June 
27, 1896; had (i") Marcia Frances, b. Dec. 15, 1872, d. 1875. 
iv, Ella Frances, b. Aug. 9, 1861 ; d. 1862. 

1585. Daniel Alfred (831) Sanborn, born in Somerville, Mass., 
April 5, 1S27. A prominent publisher in Boston and Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Married Oct. 6, 1853, Anne R. Foster of Somerville, Mass., born Jan. 10, 
1832, still living. He died in Brooklyn, N. Y., April 11, 18S3. 

Children : ' 

i. Louise S., b. May 20, 1858 ; m. Buchanan of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ii. Charles F., b. Aug. ^ 1859; d. Sept. 30, 1881. 

iii. William A., h. Sept. 4, 1864; living in Hartford, Conn.; m. Oct. 30, 1884, 
Nellie A. Quinbey of Philadelphia, Pa. ; no issue. 

1586. David Augustus (831) Sanborn, born April 21, 1828. A 
carpenter and builder in Somerville, Mass. For many years prominently 
connected with the Somerville fire department: President of Veteran Fire- 
men's Association, and Treasurer Firemen's Relief Fund. Has held many 
offices of trust. Overseer of the Poor, xVssessor, and Common Councilman. 
Still living in Somerville, engaged in the care of property, — a prominent 
man and capitalist. Married Ann Sarah Magoun, b. Aug. 13, 1830. 



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Children : 

i. Adeline L., b. Aug. 30, 1S50; living unm. in Somerville. 

ii. John W., b. April 2, 1S55 ; a commission merchant, living in Somerville, Mass. ; 

m. April 30. 18S5, Julia L. Stevens of Somerville. Have (i) Herbert Stevens. 

b. Feb. 7, 18SS; (ii) Arthur Harvard, b. May 5, 1.S92. 

1600. John (850) Sanborn, born in Frankfort, Me.. Sept. 10, 1S06. A 
farmer in Stockton, Me. Married Sept. 10, 1S34, ^'^^I'^^n Morton of Friend- 
ship, ]N[e., born Dec. 11, 1S13, died July 27, 1S88. He died October. 1880. 

Children : 

i. Elthea, b. Sept. 16. 1835 ; m. Aug. 23. i860. Z. B. Grant of Sandy Point. Me. 

ii.'Rosina, b. July 4, 1837 ; m. John Whitehouse of Bucksport. .Me. 

iii. Sumner !>.. b. May 7, 1839: d. July 31, 1S62. in the U. S. navy, at Helena. 
Ark. 

iv. Orilla, b. Oct. 20, 1841 ; m. Capt. Chas. Shute of Sandy Point, .Me., Sept. 12, 
1874 ; still living. 

V. Morton Cornelius, b. Sept. 13, 1844; d. Dec. 10, 1857. 

vi. Ashley W., b. Nov. 13, 1S47 ; a prominent electric contractor, with a large busi- 
ness, in Indianapolis. Ind. : m. Oct. 2, 1S70. Amelia B. Lambert of Indianap- 
olis, b. May 18, 1S45. Have had (i) Gerry .M.. b. .March 5. 1872. m. Oct. 
21, 1S96, Grace A. Stiles, engaged with his father in the electrical contracting 
business; (ii) Clara L., b. April 21, 1SS3. 

vii. Catherine, b. June 27, 1850: m. May 8. 1875. Samuel (i. Staples of Damaris- 

cotta. Me. 
viii. John Horatio, b. Jan. 2. 1853; m. Dec. 31, 1S76, Emma Stocker of .Atkinson. 
Me. ; lives in So. Dover, Me. 

i.\. Sarah Emma. b. Aug. 26, 1854; d. 1857. 

1601. George W. (850) Sanborn, born in Frankfort, Me., Dec. 10, 
1808. ?tlarried Mary J. Staples of Prospect, Me. iMoved to Marseilles, 111. 

Children : 

■ i. Catherine, b. Sept. 20, 1834; d May 21, 1849. 

ii. Francis Marion, b. June 2, 1836. 

iii. James S., b. Feb. 22, 1839. 

iv. Sarah Ann, b. Aug. 10. 1841. 
V. Viola, b. Jan. I, 1S44. ' . . , '^ . " , . : - 

vi. Marcellus J., b. Jan. 19, 1840; d. 1S46. 

vii. Washington, b. March 10, 1847; d. 184S. 
viii. George W., b. March 6, 1850 ; d. 1852. 

ix. Abigail A., b. Oct. 9, 1S54: d. 1S55. 

1602. Joseph (850) Sanborn, born in Prospect, Me., Feb. 13, 1S19. 
A farmer there for a time, but later moved to Belfast, Me., where he kept a 
tavern, and later an elaborate hotel. Married May i, 1843, Mary A. 



540 * SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

(Clements) Durham of Monroe, Me., born Sept. 21, 1S20. He died in Bel- 
fast, May 22, 1873. 

Children : 

i. Julia Ann, b. Aug. 6. 1844. 
2r6o ii. Joseph Herbert, b. Dec. 2, 1S45. 
iii. Charles Henry, b. Nov. iS, 1847. 

iv. Mary Blanche, b.july i, 1S57. . ' 

V. Frances Maria, b. April 26, 1861. 

1603, Horatio Bowers (S50) Sanborn, born in Prospect, Me., Jan. 
23, 182 1. A farmer, still living in Hortonville, Wis. Married Jane Page 
of Jackson, Me. 

Children : 

i. Charles, d. an infant. 

ii. John Edwin, living unni. in So. Dakota. 

iii. Upham Treat, b. June 13, 1S55 ; a carpenter in Milwaukee; m. 1876, Belle 
Woodward of Hortonville, b. 1853. Have had (i) Maud, b. May 10, 1877; 
(li) Blanche, b. Oct. 21, 1878 ; (iii) and (iv) Ada and Ida, twins, b. Jan. 19, 
1880. 
iv. Wellington, lives in Hortonville. 

V. Horace, living in Milwaukee. ''■■_■_ 

vi. Alice, living in Hortonville. . • . • 

vii. Horatio, b. ; whereabouts unknown. 

viii. Elma, living in Hortonville. 

1604. John (851) Sanborn, born in Monroe, Me., Nov. 22, 1821. 
Lived in Monroe Centre. Married Nov. 28^ 1844, Betsey Mason, born in 
Monroe, May 26, 1826. Both he and his wife were living in Monroe in 1861. 

Children : 

i. Mary F., b. Sept. 30, 1845. ■ '. . . . 

ii. Sarah J,, b. Jan. 22, 1848. 
iii. John, b. Feb. 15. 1854. 
iv. Georgia Ann, b. April 13, 1857. '• •; . ''\' 1' ■ 

v. Robert, b. March 16, 1859. 

1606. Reuben (852) Sanborn, born in Etna, Me., Dec. 16, 1827. 
Lived in Etna, and inarried there Ann rvL Carter. 

Children: 

i. Judson T., b. June 3, 1852. 

ii. Frank W., b. Jan. 4, 1854. ' - . 

iii. Frederick N., b. March 28, 1855. ... 

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1615. Madison (S6i) Sanhorn, born in Littleton, X. 11., March 25, 
1825, A farmer, now living in Pattenville, X. H. Married March 5, 
1863, Rachel Markley of Littleton, born Feb. 7, 1842 ; died Feb. 14, 1S96. 

Children : 

i. Jane E., b. Feb. 9, 1864: m. George C. Fatten of Littleton : d. April 26. 1881. 
ii. Flora A., b. April 21, 1870; m. Rev. Elliott F. Studley of I'rovidence. R. I.: 
now living in Mansfield, Mass. 

1617. Jonah Tyrrell (862) Sanborn, born in Alexandria, X. H., 
Jan. 29, 1836. A farmer, now living in Tilton, X. H. Married April 10, 
1862, Mrs. Eliza A. Rowell of Clarksville, X. H., born Xov. 11, 1840. 

Children : 

i. Francis M., b. .May 30. 1864; m. Feb. 2, 1891, Ada B. Aldrich of Pittsburg. 

N. H. ; living in Tilton. 
ii. Jacob B., b. Feb. i, 1867; d. Oct. 6, 1887. 
iii. Aldis, b. Jan. 31. 1875 ; living in Tilton. 

1630. David O. (871) Sanborn, born in Sebago, Me., Dec. 7, 1841. 
A man of intelligence and ability; a machinist, livincr in Effingham Falls, 
N. H. Married (i) Feb. 12, 1870, Harriet >L Johnson of Chatham, X. H.. 
born August, 1839, died June 1872 ; (2) March 14, 1874, ^^^I'tha G. Berry 
of Freedom, X. H., born Sept. 17, 1836. 

Children: 

i. Minnie Gray, b. and d. 1871. 
ii. Lilian Bell, b. Aug. 4, 1876. 

1632. Lewis C. (873) Sanborn, born in Smithtield, R. L, Oct. 4, 1839. 
A carder, now living in Providence. Married Feb. 19, i860. Martha W. 
Harwood of Smithtield, born Xov. 22, 1843. 

Children : 

i. Lewis L., b. April 19, 1861 : living in Olneyville. R. I. 
ii. Frederick W., b. June 9, 1866: m. and living in Providence. 
iii. Etta M., b. May 7, 1873 ; m. Andrews of Providence. 

1634. Simeon (874) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Dec. 17, 1826. 
A farmer in East Baldwin ; still living there. Married Dec. 24, 1844, 
Almira Sanborn (338-.\i), who is still living. 

Children : 

2170 i. Orestes B., b. May 2, 1845. 

2171 ii. Joseph H., b. Sept. 17, 1846. 

iii. Sibyl, b. Sept. 4, 1S49. •' 



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iv. Willard, b. Aug. i6, 185 i ; d. young. 

V. Emily D.. b. June 12, 1S53. 

vi. George, living in E. Baldwin, Me. 

vii. Willard, b. .March 5, 1S55; living in E. Baldwin, 

viii. Simeon. 

ix. John, living in E. Baldwin. ' . • 

.\. Almeda. 

1637. Ephraim (S77) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., July 2, 1S22. 
A lumberman in Denmark, Me. Married Oct. 24, 1848, Sarah Walker of 
Denmark, born in 1S30 ; still living. He died January, 1889. 

Children : ... 

i. Frank L., b. .May 31, 1851 : d. 1872. 
ii. Gideon .M., b. .May 21. 1S53: living in Brownfield, .Me. 
iii. Ruth Dyer. b. July 28. 1S57 : living in Denmark, Me. 
2174 iv. Moses Lendsley, b. Sept. 30. 1S58. 
V. Willis E.. living in Springvale, Me. 
vi. Frederick, living in Denmark. 

vii. Freeman, living in Denmark. t 

viii. Flora B., living in Denmark. 
ix. Francis A., b. ; living in Bridgton, Me. 

1641. Benjamin Franklin (8S0) Sanborn, born in B.-idgton, Me., 
Feb. 6, 1845. A butcher, now living in Portland, Me. Married March 
31, 1879, Flora Urquhart of Waltham, Mass., born Oct. 4, 1852 ; both still 
living. 

Children : . .- . 

i. Flora A., b. Oct. 3, 1S79. ■•,... • , 1 .- . 

ii. Clarence A., b. April 26, 18S0. 
.' - iii. Florence A., b. Oct. 10, 1887. 
iv. Francis .A.., b. Dec. 3, 1889. 

1645. JosiAH G. (8S1) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Feb. 2, 1S35. 
A clothing manufacturer in Cornish. Me. Married Feb. 5, i860, Frances J. 
Sawyer of Bridgton, Me., born Jan. 13, 1842. 

Children : - 

i. Parley Putnam, .M. D., b. March i, 1861 ; d. Jan. 29. 1897, at Angola, Ind. 
ii. Marion Elizabeth, b. .March 18, 186S; m. Aug. 10, 1892, W. B. Andrews of 
Gray, Me. 

1647. William Henry (881) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Nov. 
30, 1S47. An engineer, still living in Portland, Me. Married Sept. i, 
1S74, Ella May Parker of Freedom, N. H., born Oct. 7, 1S52 ; still living. 



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Children : 

i. Charles Freeman, b. Dec. 24. 1S75 ; a draughtsman, Hviny unm. in Portland, 
ii. Emma, b. Jan. 2. 1S77: unm. and living in Portland. 

1648. James M. (SS2) Sanhorx born in Baldwin, Me., Aug. 11, 1837. 
A fanner living in North Baldwin. Married Jan. 2, 1865, Hannah Plaisled 
of Cornish, ?vle., born Jan. 9, 1S40. Both he and his wife are still living. 

Child: 

i. Lauren Monroe, b. July i, 1871. 

1655. John (905) Sanborn, born in Deerfield. X. H., Nov. 22. 1S27. 
A farmer, still living in Amoskeag, N. H. Married Oct. 29, 1855, 
Francena B. Clifford of Loudon, N. H., born Dec. 25, 1833. Both he and 
his wife are living. 

Children : 

i. Ella F., b. May 8, 1857: m. Dec. 30, 1891. C. G. Scott of Stratford. X. H. 
ii. Cora B., b. Feb. 2. 1859; m. Chas. O. Eastman, and d. May 13, 18S4. 
iii. Elizabeth E., b. Feb. 3. i86r : m. H. A. Jones of GoiTstown. N. H. 
iv. Walter Kelley, b. in .Manchester, N. H., .March 13, 1S63: a manufacturer in 
Clinton, S. C. ; m. Jan. 24. 1885, Addie Morrison of Manchester, b. Dec. 16, 
1863; have had, — (i) Ralph Lyford, b. in Anderson, S. C July 3, 1S94. 
V. Jennie L., b. Oct. 16. 1S65 : unm. 

vi. Lydia H., b. July 3, 1S67; d. 1S70. ' "' 

vii. Emma M., b. March 3, 1871 ; d. unm. .March 20. 1891. 
viii. Ethel Z., b. June I, 1S77 ; d. 1S78. 

1658. Thomas W. (908) Sanborn, born in January, 1S35. Married 
Abigail A. Noyes of Pembroke, N. H. Connected with Hammond & 
Ayres of Concord, N. H, 

Children : ^ . .. . ■ v 

i. Josiah Butler, b. i860; d. 1861. . ^ ' .' " ' . 

ii. Thomas Edwin, b. Oct., 1862. '' '''''■ ' '- - ' • 

1660. Aaron (915) Sanborn, born in Grafton, N. H., Ma-rch 10. 1824. 
Married Nov. 10. 1848, Amanda M. Currier of Grafton. Lived in Grat- 
ton ; died Jan. 5, 1852. 

Children : 

i. Aaron E., b. ; d. 1852. 

1660 ii. Dr. Edwin A. Sanborn, b. in Grafton. N. H., Aug. 28, 1S49. His mother was 
left a widow in limited circumstances when he was but two years old. At tour- 
teen he made up his mind to become a physician, and by his own efforts he 
succeeded without assistance. In 1872 he began the stud} of mtdicine at 



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McLean Asylum in Somerville. and pursued his studies at Bowdoin and Dart- 
mouili. In 1S75 he graduated from Dartmouth, winning the prize ofS25 tor 
passmg the best examination in every department. In iS75-"76 he began the 
practice of medicine in Newport, X. H., with his uncle. Dr. D. M. Currier. 
In 1S76 he located in Somerville, .Mass.. where he still resides: m. June i. 
1876, Harriet L. Hosmer, b. in Weld. .Me. He is a distinguished member of 
mnny medical societies, and is much esteemed as a genial and refined member 
of society. 

1661. Isaac (915) Sanborn, born in Grafton, N. H., July 4, 1826. 
A farmer, still living in Danbury, N. H. Married April 19, 1849, Azubah 
Dunlop, born Aug. 27, 1826. Both he and his wife are still living. 

Children : 

i. Orren A., b. .Sept. 24, 185 1. ' . - 

ii. Pamela E., b. Aug. 4, 1854: d. Dec. 18, 1863. 

iii. Charles E., b. Sept. 21, 1858; d. 1S63. 

iv. Elizabeth M., b. June 14, 1862. •' ', 

V. Charles A., b. .-Vug. 31, 1865. . . 

vi. Sidney .A.., b. -Aug. 31. 1S69; d. 1876. 

1665. Moses C. (923) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, N. H., Feb. 8, 
1816. A farmer in Salisbury, where he lived and died. Married (i) Jan. 
18, 1841, Mary M., daughter of Stephen Pingry of Salisbury, died March 
II, 1867; (2) Feb. 16, 1871, Mrs. Sarah S. (Aldrich) Ticknor of North- 
field, X. H. He died May S, 1875. 

Children : - -. 

i. Ann, b. Oct. 23, 1843: m. Levi Tucker. 

ii. Charles P., b. June 18. 1845 : m. 1875, Abigail .A.. Ticknor. 
iii. Mary A., b. Dec. 7, 1850; m. George Whitmore. 

1666. Ja.mes Wallace (923) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, N. H., 
Feb. 23, 1822. Lived and died in Salisbury. Married March i, 1S49, 
Mary J. Shaw of Weare, N. H., died 18S8. He died Sept. 12, 1877. 

Children : 

i. George S., b. Nov. 2, 1850; m. March 25, 18S9. 
ii. Etta C, b. .May 4, 1854. 
iii. Buron Wallace, b. Sept. 29. 1856. 
iv. Fred S.. b. June 16, 1858. 
V. Gerrish S., b. Nov. 21, 1859. 
vi. Russell Warren, b. .April 16, 1862. 
vii. John F., b. Sept. 2, 1865; a farmer in Potter Place, N. H.; m. Oct. 8, 1890. 
Matilda .A. Stevens of Wilmot Flat, N. H.. b. Nov. 19, 1862; have one child, 
Leona May, b. Oct. 28, iSgi. 




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viii. Georgia E., b. May 2, 1868. 
ix. Bert F., b. May 10, 1870. 

1667. Ei3Ene:zer Cummixgs (923) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, X. H., 
August, 1830. A mechanical engineer, lived in So. Berwick, Me. Married 
July 30, 1855, Clara Gould Stevens of Sharon, Vt., born Sept. 12, 1828, 
still living. He died Oct. 15, 1863. 

Children : 

i. Edward G., b. May 28, 1856; a railroad employe for many years ; now engaged 
in special work for the New York IVorlii; m. Sept. 25, 1881, Elizabeth M. 
Hill, 
ii. Katherine A., b. Oct. 14, 1859; living in New York. 

iii. William F., b. Sept. 8, 1862; a newspaper man of long standing and ability: 
now connected with the New York Comnercial Advertiser \ lives in Jersey 
City, N. J. ; m. April 25, 1SS8, Julie Maud Carnes of Jersey City, b. Feb. 18, 
1868. Have had (i) Helen Carnes, b. March 3, 1889; (ii) Katherine Lacy, 
b. June 5, 1S90; (iii) Julia Stevens, b. March 27, 1895; d. 1896; (iv) Mary, 
b. April II, 1S96; d. 1897. 

1668. Ira Shaw (923) Sanborn, born in Salisbury, N. H., March 12, 
1832. A railroad engineer in Vermont, and lastly in Philadelphia. Married 
April 15, 1S53, Elizabeth Davenport, born May 12, 1834, died Jan. 14, 
1892. He died Oct. 17, 1897. 

Children: : ' 

i. Nellie Elizabeth, b. Oct. i, 1855 ; m. Clayberger of Lumberton, N. J. 

ii. Edgar Eugene, b. Oct. 2, 1858; living in Philadelphia. 

iii. Myrtle Alice, b. Nov. 2, 1861 ; m. Routh of Jersey City, N. J. 

iv. Ernest Duane, b. Nov. 3, 1863; a telegraph operator employed by the B- & O. 

R. R., in Philadelphia; m. April 15, 1896, Tacy Wright of Philadelphia, b. 

1876. Have one child. Ernest Matthew, b. Nov. 14, 1896. 

1669. Sidney (925) Sanborn, born in Meriden, N. H., Feb. 18, 1840. 
A farmer in Meriden, still living there. Married Jan. 26, 1869, Mary M. 
Jordan of Windsor, ^t., born Sept. 11, 1843. 

Children : 

i. Samuel R., b. Jan. 5, 1870. 

ii. Jessie M., b. Jan. 15, 1872. " " ' 

iii. L. Esther, b. Nov. 12, 1873. " ' ' . . 

iv. Grace L., b. Sept. 14, 1877. ' - 

V. Frances M., b. Dec. 18, 1883. 

1672. Isaac Frank (928) S.vnborn, born in Sali.sbury, N. H., Aug. 
27> 1857. An upholsterer, still living in Lynn, Mass. Married Oct, 25, 
1887, Mary E. Russell of Boston, born April 29, 1862. 
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Children : . . , , 

i. Mary Frances, b. June 10, 18S9. 
ii. Benjamin Franklin, b. July 3, 1891. 
iii. Albert Frederick, b. June 4, 1893. 
iv. Joseph Russell, b. Sept. 9, 1895. 

1^73- John Wintiirot (929) Sanborn, born in Burton, McIIenry Co., 
111., Dec. 28, 1S42. A prosperous farmer in Englisii Prairie, 111. Married 
May 22, 1868, Olive Walker of Geneva, 111., born July 13, 1S46. Both he 
and his wife are still living. 

Children : 

i. Clyde Walker, b. May 26, 1869. ' . 

ii. Harry Winthrop, b. Aug. 27, 1S70. 

iii. Mabel F., b. Feb. 11, 1873 ; m. Sept. 20, 1S96, C. C. Orvis of Oskaloosa, la. 
iv. Guy Chelsea, b. June 8, 1S76. • , ' ' 

V. "^^^Lilian, b. Feb. 17, 1S78. 
vi. Wade Hampton, b. Oct. 29, 1879. 

1675. Luther Calvin (932) Sanborn, born in Chester, N. H., April 
28, 1827. A successful lumber merchant in Sioux City, la. Married Aug. 
16, 1S61, Augusta F. Woodbury of Somerville, Mass., born 1S37, died 
April 8, 1871. He is still living, and married (2) July 14, 1S73, Mary 
Helen Greene. ^ 

Children: "' '.,.•, _^. ., . • .; . t .■ ,' 

i. Augusta, d. young. 
ii. Woodbury, b. Nov. 5, [868; m. June 22, 1895, and lives in Sioux City. Has 

one son, Woodbury Wales, b. May iS, 1896. , 

iii. (By 2d wife) Arthur, d. young. 

1676. Hon. Josl\h Rufus (932) Sanborn, born in Chester, N. H., 
April 25, 1S31. A merchant of Fargo and Yankton, Dak.; a prominent 
man in that part of the country, — mayor of Fargo. Now a merchant in 
Yankton. Married Nov. 30, 1854, Rachel M. Brown of Beverly, Mass. ; 
died May 7, 1863. 

Children : ' - 

i. Joseph B., bJ^Dec 8, 1S55 ; a successful business man of Chicago ; lives in 
Winnetka, 111., one of the pleasantest suburbs of Chicago: m. Jan. 10, 1SS2, 
Julie F. P'landers of Portage, Wis. : both he and his wife are still living. 
Ser\-ed through the Spanish War as Major of the First Illinois, in service on the 
field. In 1898 was chosen Colonel of the regiment to succeed Henry L. Tur- 
ner. Have had (i) Helen, b. July 30, 1S83 : (ii) Katherine, b. July 13, 1SS7. 
ii. William H., b. Oct. 14, 1858; d. Feb. 2, 18S9. 
iii. Levi L., b. May g, 1861 ; d. 1862. 



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i6So. John Warrex (945) Sanborn, born in East Kingston, N. H., 
May 20, 1833. A farmer in Kingston, wliere he is still living; a man of 
intelligence and ability. Married Sept. 2, 185S, Rebecca Farnsworth, 
daughter of Abraham Fogg of Hampton, N. H., born May 13, 1833. Both 
he and his wife are still living. 

Children : 

i. Abigail Josephine, b. June 15, 1859; living unm. in Kingston. 

ii. Elmer Ellsworth, b. July 27, 1S61 ; a grocer in Amesbury, Mass.; m. Oct. 6, 
1886, Helen K. Vcasey of Brentwood, N. H.. b. .March 4, 1866. Have had 
(i) Stella Veasey, b. Oct. 6, 18S8 ; (ii) John Warren, b. .March 12. 1S96. 

iii. Rev. Edward Stevens, b. April 19, 1866; graduated from Phillips E.xeter .Acad- 
emy 1888, Yale College 1892, Vale Theological Seminary 1S95 ; ordained a 
clergyman of the Congregational denomination July 23, 1895 ; pastor of the 
church in Ridgebury, Conn. ; m. Jan. 8, 1895, Martha Ella Pike, .M. D., of 
Woman's Medical College of Philadelphia, 1893 ; she lived in AWngton, Conn., 
and is pursuing her profession in Ridgebury ; no issue. 

iv. Mabel Warren, b. July 13, 1875 • ^ teacher in No. Danville, N. H. 

1682. Samuel Pickard (949) Sanborn, born in Readfield, jNIe., Aug. 
18, 1868. Married Sept. 4, 1895, Edna, daughter of W. Albert Winter of 
Hallowell, Me. 

1683. Emery Appleton (950) Sanborn, born in Readtield, Me., April 
28, 1842. Married (i) Annie E. D. Lithgow, Dec. i, 1868, who died Aug. 
5, 1875 ; (2) Oct. 20, 1887, Etta Brown, born May 17, 1S69. 

Children : , 

• i. Mary Lithgow, b. Aug. 19, 1869; m. Feb. 3, 1892, H. W. Norcross. 

ii. Joseph Appleton, b. Aug. 5, 1872; d. Aug. 6, 1884. 

1684. GusTAvus Adolphus (950) Sanborn, born in Readfield, Me., 
Jan. 7, 1845. A pharniacist ; lived in Philadelphia. Married ?klarch 17, 
1868, Helen Minerva Thomas, born May 28, 1846; died Oct. 25, 1882. 
He died March 17, 1878. 

Children : 

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i. Clara Augusta, b. in Philadelphia, Feb. 4. 1873 ; living unm. in Brookline, Mass. 
Through her kindness the portrait of Hon. Joseph .Appleton Sanborn is en- 
graved for this volume. 
'' '' ii. Julia Aline, b. Oct. 24, 1875. 

iii. Edward Emery, b. in Geneseo, 111., Feb. 8, 1877; a student at Harvard. 1897. 

1685. John Stevens (951) Sanborn, born Oct. 3, 1850. A graduate 
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16S6. Robert Cooke (951) Sanborn, born in Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 
5, 1S60. A successful merchant in Lisbon, X. D., — a dealer in agricul- 
tural implements. Married Dec. 25, 1SS9, Jennie F. Bigger of Lisbon, 
born Sept. 24, 1S70. No issue. 

1699. Henry B. (984) Sanborn, was born in St. Lawrence County, 
New York, Sept. 10, 1845. His father was engaged in the lumber busi- 
ness in the winter and farming in the summer. He was educated in the 
common schools and academies of St. Lawrence County, attending the 
diflerent institutes until his twentieth year, when he started out for the 
West. He reached De Kalb, 111., in June, 1864, and for a time made his 
home with Mr. J. F. Glidden, the inventor of barbed wire. In 1864, Mr. 
Sanborn went to Minneapolis, Minn., where he secured employment with 
an uncle in the lumber and milling business, where he remained one year. 
He then returned to De Kalb, and engaged in the sale of wooden 
eave-troughs. 

In the spring of 1872, Mr. Sanborn became impressed with the idea that 
there was money to be made in shipping horses to Denver market, and 
accordingly made a shipment of two car-loads, which proved satisfactory, 
and afterwards formed a partnership with Mr. Judson P. Warner for the 
purpose of continuing the enterprise. 

In the meantime Mr. Glidden had been conducting the experim.ents 
which resulted in the production of barbed wire, and the first patent covering 
his invention was secured and bore date November 24, 1874. Smooth wire 
had already been used to a considerable extent for fencing purposes, and 
among others, Mr. Glidden had used more or less of it for fencing his tarm 
near De Kalb. In the fall of 1874, ^^^' Glidden gave, for a nominal sum, 
a half interest in his patent to Mr. I. L. Ellwood of De Kalb. A factory 
was then erected in De Kalb for its manufacture, at a cost of $io,oco or 
$15,000. 

At Mr. Glidden's house Miss Ellen M. Wheeler resided, Mr. Sanborn 
first meeting her there. Courtship followed, and on Feb. 20. 1868, they 
were married, continuing their home with Mr. Glidden. On Aug. 16, 
1869, their first and only child was born, and was named Ellwood Bradley 
Sanborn. He was given good educational advantages, graduating at 
Orchard Lake (Mich.) Military Academy with highest honors, as Captain 
of his company, in 1S88. He w\as Lieutenant of the company of cadets 
selected from this school, who entered and won the first prize ot $1,000, 
given at the national prize drill at Washington, D. C, May 30, 18S7. 



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Upon his return home, a young man of extraordinary promise, he interested 
himself in his father's varied business, until his death, Dec. i, 1890. 

A contract was made with Messrs. Glidden *N: Ellwood and Sanborn & 
Warner, providing, in substance, that Sanborn & Warner were to introduce 
and sell exclusively the entire barbed-wire product of the factor}' for a period 
of two years, and late in the fall of 1S74, ^^^'' Sanborn started out with a 
sample panel of barbed-wire fence, to introduce the new invention to the 
hardware dealers ; first, to the towns adjacent to De Kalb, where the tirst 
and onl}' barbed-wire factory then existed. But few favored it, and, as a 
rule, he was advised to jxo on further West. The first sale of two or three 
reels being made at Rochelle, 111., other small sales followed. 

Tidings of this new and prosperous enterprise soon spread. x\mong 
others, the Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Co., of Worcester, Mass., 
hearing of the new invention and sale of the wire at fifteen cents per pound 
(the price at which it first sold to the trade), were quick to observe the 
chance of an immense profit in its manufacture. x\ proposition was made 
to Mr. Glidden, which resulted in the transfer of his one-half interest in the 
patent and manufacturing plant at De Kalb to the company mentioned 
above, Sanborn & Warner retaining their two years' contract until its 
expiration. 

In September, 1S75, Mr. Sanborn made a trip to Texas in the interest of 
barbed wire and to ascertain and satisfv himself what the prospects were for 
the introduction and sale of barbed wire in that state. The onlv encourage- 
ment obtainable was that more or less fencing material was needed and 
being used. The prejudice against the use of barbed wire seemed to be gen- 
' eral and very strong; the idea of using dangerous barbs on wire b}' which 
pastures were to be enclosed seemed preposterous to nearly all Texans, and 
they were only too willing to condemn it without a trial. 

After spending only a few days in Texas, Mr. Sanborn telegraphed the 
company to send a car-load to Sherman. Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. 
and requested his partner, Mr. Warner, to come immediately to help him in- 
troduce and sell it ; whereupon the wire was shipped, Mr. Warner came and 
joined Mr. Sanborn and immediately commenced the work of. arranging 
with some dealer to receive each consignment of wire upon its arrival, 
and then took the field in the countrv for the purpose of introducing it to 
actual consumers. Mr. Sanborn went to Rockport. and there sold the well- 
known firm of Coleman, Mathias & Fulton, ranchmen, tor their own use, 
the first car-load of barbed wire ever sold in Texas to consumers. 

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a few reels of wire placed here and there, where they would best serve as 
advertisements, and in December both Mr. Sanborn and Mr. Warner 
returned to the northern field of operation. In tlie fall of iSS6, they re- 
turned to Texas, and on Jan. i, 1887, at the expiration of their former 
agreement, they then made a new contract with the Wasiiburn & Moen 
Manufacturing Co. for the exclusive sale of the Glidden barbed wire in the 
state of Texas, and established their office and l>eadquarters at Houston. 

From the time Mr. Sanborn made his first trip to Texas he was favorably 
impressed witli the great fertility and cheapness of Texas lands, and began 
looking around in search of the most promising lands for investment, and 
in the fall of 1886 a tract of somethincj over 2,000 acres was found in Grav- 
son county, about twelve miles west of Sherman, which suited so well he 
purchased it at $2.25 per acre. The title of this land was afterwards the 
subject of dispute, and Mr. Sanborn bought the claimant's title, thus making 
the lands cost him about $4.25 per acre. Mr. Sanborn continued purchas- 
ing lands adjacent, at prices ranging from $4 to $15 per acre, until he was 
the owner of 10,300 acres in a body. Shortly after purchasing the first tract, 
Mr. Sanborn began stocking it with horses and cattle, making a specialty 
of horses, and secured the best imported Percheron and French Coach stal- 
lions. He also raised a stock of roadsters and trotting horses, jacks and 
jennets, until his herd became one of the largest and most valuable in 
America. 

From first to last the ranch was conducted in a thorough and systematic 
manner, Mr. Sanborn conducting it as a source of pleasure and recreation, 
as well as a source of protit. The business increased in volume until tliere 
were something over 1,000 head of horses on the ranch, and the annual 
sale of stock ran from $25,000 to $40,000. 

, In 1881, Mr. Sanborn, being desirous of making further investments and 
increasing his land and cattle interests, formed a partnership with his friend 
Mr. Glidden, and purchased an enormous tract of land in Potter and Ran- 
dall counties, situated in what is known as the Panhandle country of Texas. 
Their first purchase consisted of ninety-five sections, or 60.800 acres, but it 
was soon after increased by subsequent purchases to 125,000 acres: this 
alternating with the same amount of school land, made 250,000 acres in 
all, and which was at that time 250 miles from the nearest railroad station. 
Distance, however, was -not so great a consideration those days as now, 
and in 18S2 this vast area was enclosed with a four-barbed wire lence, the 
wagon freight alone on the wire costing $2.50 per 100 pounds, and the 
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was then stocked with about 15,000 head of cattle, and was one of the first 
fenced pastures of any size in the Pan Handle, and is known as the Pan 
Handle or Fryino- Pan ranch. 

In 1SS7, the Fort Worth & Denver City railroad was extended through 
to Denver, and the line located through about the centre of the ranch and 
the town site of Amarillo and county seat of Potter county was then located 
near its east boundary line. The town grew rapidly, and about 1,200 
people congregated there, it being the principal shipping point of the Pan 
Handle recrion. 

While Mr. Sanborn was amusing himself with the transit of Amarillo, 
his wire and ranch business was still conducted under his personal super- 
vision. Mr. Sanborn's interest in the growth of Amarillo has never fal- 
tered. He has given the town an extensive water-works system, with 
several miles of mains, and has figured prominently in all measures I'or 
the public good. 

In the early spring of 1SS7, Mr. Sanborn purchased 17.337 acres of land 
in Clay county, Texas, situated in the forks of the Little Wichita and Red 
rivers. The lands are enclosed, and upon it he carries about 3,000 head 
of steers, buvino- them when thev are voung and selling as thev mature, 
which has been remunerative. The lands 'have enhanced in value, and 
the investment has been a profitable one. In January, 1S92, Mr. Sanborn 
purchased the Hutchins House property, in Houston, Tex., and expended 
$45,000 in repairing it, making it one of the principal hotels in the city. 

Some two years since, Messrs. Glidden & Sanborn decided upon a divi- 
sion of the Texas property in which they were jointly interested, and this 
was finally elTected in the fall of 1S94, Mr. Sanborn retaining the town 
property and about 25,000 acres of the grazing lands, while Mr. Glidden 
took the remaining 100,000 acres of the tract originally purchased. They 
had been for some time crraduallv reducing their holding of cattle, and in 
November of the year mentioned, the balance of the herd, numbering some 
5,000 head, was sold to I. L. Ellwood of De Kalb, 111. Mr. Sanborn has 
leased 15,000 acres in addition to the 25,000 he owns, and is actively 
engaged in stocking it, proposing to carr\' trom 1.500 to 2,000 head. He 
is still active in advancing the interests of the town of Amarillo, for which 
he has done so much in the past, and will certainly aid materially in further- 
ing the developm.ent of the surrounding country. 

In disposing of the Grayson County ranch, Mr. Sanborn received in 
exchange some valuable Kansas City property, including one of the fines: 
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sandstone, located in an aristocratic quarter. It is a home of which he may 
justly be envied the possession, but in the activ'e management of his varied 
business interests, Mr. Sanborn is allowed comparatively little leisure for 
its enjoyment. 

Mr. Sanborn is also deserving of much credit as being the first to attempt 
the breeding of thoroughbred Percheron and French Coach horses in Texas. 
It was an innovation of a decided type, for the impression had somehow 
gone abroad that Texas could breed nothing better than longhorn cattle 
and scrub ponies ; but, though Mr. Sanborn essayed the task as an experi- 
ment and not as a possible speculation, he was at no time in doubt as to the 
result. The outcome of the venture proved that his confidence had been 
based on substantial grounds. The horses bred on his Texas ranch won 
prizes wherever exhibited, and their growth, instead of a ceaseless expense, 
became a source of profit. It was another proof of what can be accom- 
plished by energy and ability, backed by self-confidence and tireless appli- 
cation, but it was only one of many triumphs which have been won by Mr. 
Sanborn through the possession of these valuable traits. 

Everything he has attempted has been carried out to the letter and with- 
out regard to expense. Of the different ranches, the one located in Gray- 
son county received, perhaps, more of his attention and care than the rest, 
and as a result it became one of the best appointed, thoroughly conducted, 
and largest breeding establishments of its kind in the world. For the num- 
ber, variety, class, and value of the stock handled, it would be impossible 
to discover its duplicate. . 

Child : -. 

i. Elwood B., b. Aug. i6, 1869; d. Dec. i, 1890. 

1700. Benjamin H. (985) Sanborn, born in Morrisville, Vt., May 11, 
1851. A successful publisher in Boston; member of the well-known firm 
of Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, school-book publishers. Married Nov. 24, 
1875, Ida A. Doty of Elmore, Vt., born Nov. 8, 1852. Both he and his 
wife are living in the beautiful suburb of Wellesley, Mass. 

Child: 

i. Alice D., b. Feb. 21, 1884. 

1705. Judge Arthur Loomis (990) Sanborn, born in Brasher Falls, 
N. Y., Nov. 17, 1850. A prominent lawyer in Madison, Wis. ; member 
of the firm of Spooner, Sanborn & Spooner, the senior member of which. 
Senator Spooner, is, perhaps, the best known man in Wisconsin. Mr. San- 
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since 187S. He has just been appointed Federal Jvidge of United States 
Court tor Wisconsin. He married Oct. 5, 1S74, Alice E. Colder of Elk- 
horn, Wis., born Nov. 14, 1S54. 

Children : 

i. John Bell. b. May 12, 1S76. 
ii. Kate Wentwortli, b. June 3, 1881. 
iii. Eugene Hiram, b. July 31, 1885. 
iv. Pliilip Colder, b. Sept. 25, 1893. 

1706. Eugene Edwin (990) Sanborn, born in Brasher Falls, Aug. 13, 
1853. A prosperous hardware dealer in Fox Lake, Wis. Married Jan. i, 
1881, Ella Van Dyke of Delavan, Wis., born Feb. 26, 1857. 

Children : 

i. Arthur \'an Dyke, b. 18S1 ; d. 1895. 
ii. Walter Blount, b. 1S84; d. 1885. 
iii. George Allen, b. Sept. 10, 1S85. 
iv. Marjorie Imogene, b. Oct. 25, 1S87. . - 

1710. James Solomon (iooo) Sanborn, born in Wales, Me., March 29, 
1835. I^^s youth was spent in Wales and Monmouth, Me., and in Nashua, 
N. H., and he received the education of the district schools of that time. 
In 1856 he married Harriet N. Small, daughter of Capt. John and Sarah 
(Moody) Small of Auburn, Me. They have four children ; the eldest, 
Helen J., is the author of "A Winter in Central America;" the two sons 
are connected in business with their father. He began business by travel- 
ing and selling garden seeds for A. H, Dunlap of Nashua, N. H., and lor 
several years he was a commercial traveler. His first venture for himself 
was in Lewiston, Me., where he went into the coffee and spice business. 
In 1868, he became connected with Dwinell, Hay ward & Co., of Boston, 
and in 1872 moved with his family to Somerville, where he has since 
resided, except lor five years (iSS4-'S9), when he lived in Boston. The 
present firm of Chase & Sanborn was formed in 1S78, and the greatest suc- 
cess has attended them. i\t the World's Fair, Chicago, in 1S93, the firm 
supplied the coffee for all the restaurants upon the grounds. Beside the 
coffee business, Mr. Sanborn has, within a few years, given his attention to 
the French coach horse, at his summer home, Poland, Me., where he has 
a large establishment. In the summer of 1897, he became part owner and 
manager of the Maine Farmer^ a weekly paper which has been published 
in Maine for more than forty years. He has traveled in the United 
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countries of the Mediterranean. He is preeminent!}' a self-made man, and 
his energy and perseverance iiave been largely the cause of the success that 
has attended all his undertakings. 

Children : 

i. Helen Josephine, b. Oct. 6, 1857; living unni. in Somerville. To her the editor 

is indebted for the data of her father's branch, 
ii. Charles Edgar, b. April 30, i860: m. Aug. I, 1887. and lives in Boston, 
iii. Oren Clieney, b. Oct. 6, 1865; m. June i, 1886: lives in Somerville, and has 

(i) James Oren, b. March 10, 1891 ; (ii) Helen Elizabeth, b May 2. 1S97. 
iv. Georgie Dunlap, b. Dec. 20, 1867; m. Feb. 17, 1S97, Edward Sands Townsend 

of Boston. 

1715. William Henry (1008) Sanborn, born in Seabrook. X. H., 
June II, 1S33. A merchant in the West. Married Josephine A. Osgood. 
Enlisted in Co. I, 14th N. H. Infantry, in the Civil War, and died in 
Campbell Hospital, Washington, D. C, Feb. 3, 1864. 

Child : 

i. Chatles Osgood, b. in Oshkosh. Wis., Feb. 15, 185S: a shoemaker in Seabrook; 
m. Jan. 19, 1890, Emma L. Knowles of Seabrook, b. July 20, 1867. Have 
had (i) William H., b. June 20. 1890; (ii) Emma O., b. July 3, 1892; (iii) 
Charles H., b. Sept. 9, 1893; (iv) James W^, b. Dec. il, 1894; (v) Guy M., 
b. Oct. 31, 1896. . 

17 16. Charles Bailey (1008) Sanborn, born in Seabrook, X. H.. 
Sept. 29, 1842. A successful commission merchant of Boston ; head of the 
firm of C. B. Sanborn & Co. Married Xov. 2, 1871, Emily Douglass of 
Gardiner, Me. Both he and his wife are living in Somerville, Mass. 

Children : 

* i. Frank D., b. Sept. 19, 1872. 

ii. Arthur B., b. July 31, 1875. 

1730. Xelson Willard (1046) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., June 
23, 1846. A salesman in Boston, living in Maiden, Mass. Has furnished 
the data about his branch. Married Xov. 3, 1S74, X. Emma Haley of 
Chelsea, Ma.ss., b. Oct. 27, 184S. 

Children : 

i. Lena Belle, b. April 23, 1879. 

ii. Maud Esther, b. Oct. 15, 1881. 
iii. William, b. Jan. 15, 1883; d. 1885. 
iv. Marion Rose, b. Aug. 24, 1885. 

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1733. Andrew F. (1049) Sanborn, born in Scituate, Mass.. Sept. 30, 
1S46. A successful lumberman in Steep Falls, Me. Married (i) Dec. 16. 
1868, Anna Marshall of Cornish, Me., h. May, 1S48, d. March 6, 1SS3 ; 
(2) June 26, 1S91, Jane M. Davis of Bath, Me., b. Sept. 11, 1861. 

Children : 

i. Charles H., b. Dec. 5, 1S69. 

ii. Marshall G., b. Jan. 28, 1870; m. Dec. 16, 1S93. 
iii. Levi F., b. Jan. 24. 1S73. ~ 

iv. Andrew F., b. Jan. 7, 1S76. 

V. Anna M., b. Jan. 7. 1S76 (twin to A. F.). 
vi. Guy McCIellan, b. Feb. 5, 1896. 

1735. Darius Sylvester (1055) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., 
July 19, 1S42. Lives in Norway, Me. Married April 18, 1872, Adelaide 
Wilson, daughter of James M. Wilson of Oxford, Me., b. Sept. i, 1S50. 

Children : 

1. Albert L., b. July 19, 1S75. 

ii. Walter L., b. Nov. 28, 1879. » 

iii. Agnes Elicla, b. May 26, 1881. 

1742. John Colby (1073) Sanborn, born in Gilford, X. H.. Dec. 20. 
1842. A mill operative, living in Fitchburg. Mass. Married Jan. 18, 
1886, Caroline Qt_iimby of Haverhill, Mass., b. Aug. 31, 1843. 

Children : 

i. Alice May Maud, b. May i, 1868. 

ii. Caroline Augusta, b. June 2, 1871. . . , 

iii. William Charles Colby, b. April 27, 1869; d. 1869. 

iv. Abigail Blaisdell, b. May 5, 1873; d. 1S77. 

V. John Everett, b. Oct. 3, 1874; d. 1877. 

■. vi. Nellie Blanche, b. and d. 1876. 

:, -,. vii. Louisa B., b. Nov. 25, 1879. 

viii. Emily Ruth, b. .May 29, 1S82. 

1752. Dr. Thomas (1107) Sanborn, was born in Sanbornton, X. H., 
Sept. 26, 1811. Me was the son of Christopher Sanborn and a grandson 
of Dr. Benaiah Sanborn, an eminent physician held in high esteem in that 
part of Xew Hampshire, and a lineal descendant of Daniel Sanborn, one of 
the first settlers of the town. His early education was obtained at the dis- 
trict school and village academy. Early in life he turned his thoughts to 
medicine, the profession of his grandsire, who had often expressed the wish 
that one ot his grandsons miiiht choose for his life-work his own callincr» 
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whom he studied three months, and attended a course of lectures at Bruns- 
wick, Me. The succeeding five or six years were devoted to other alTairs, 
but in 1839 ^^^ resumed his medical studies under the direction of his 
brother-in-law, Dr. \V. H. Ilosmer of New London, with whom he 
remained two years, in the meantime attending two courses of lectures 
at the Dartmouth Medical College. He was subsequently, for some 
time, under the patronage and instruction of Dr. Gilman Kimball of 
Lowell, Mass. 

He received his medical degree from Dartmouth in 1841, and commenced 
the practice of medicine in Goshen, where he remained until August. 1S43, 
when he moved to Newport. After settling in this town Dr. Sanborn 
availed himself of lectures and hospital practice at Bellevue INIedical Insti- 
tution in New York citv. A successful understanding and management of 
the cases that came under his care, and his conspicuous skill as a surgeon, 
won for him an extended and profitable patronage and a wide celebrity. 
In view of greater proficiency in many of the details of his professional 
work, Dr. Sanborn, in 1S53, crossed the Atlantic, and traveled extensively 
in England, Scotland, France, and Belgium. Visiting their medical sciiools, 
hospitals, and museums, he returned to his home and friends in Nev/port 
with an increased intelligence professionally, for the benefit of his patrons ; 
and that enlarged view of men and thought derived t'rom foreign travel. 

Aside from his professional standing he was a public-spirited and leading 
citizen of the town, which he twice represented (in 1857 and 1858; in ihe 
state legislature. Dr. Sanborn took a decided stand in tavor ofthe union 
of states, and manifested his patriotism in deeds as well as words. In 1S63 
he was appointed Surgeon of the i6th regiment N. H. Volunteers, and 
served with distinction in the 19th Army Corps in Louisiana. After his 
return he was appointed L^. S. x\rmy Surgeon of this military department. 
He was a member of the New Hamipshire Medical Association and the 
Connecticut Medical Society. He was also Past Master ofthe Mount Ver- 
non Lodge of Masons. 

Dr. Sanborn was a thorough scholar, a man ofthe strictest integrity, and 
possessed a remarkably kind and genial disposition. He sought no place 
or preferment; the place and preferment sought him. His great experi- 
ence, general reading, and good judgment made him a safe practitioner in 
all departments of his profession. His life in Newport covered a period of 
more than sixty years. His death occurred July 23, 1875. 

Dr. Sanborn married November 14, 1844, Harriet, daughte.- of Hon. 
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Children 



i. Harriet Eliza, b. Oct. 30, 1845; d. unm. Aug. 16, 1864. 

ii. .Mary Jane, b. March 16, 1S47: graduated Mt. Holyoke Seminary, 1869; m. 
May 16, 1871, Rev. George H. Ide of Hopkinton, Mass.; d. Jan. 26, 1875. 
Children: (i) Carrie S., b. June 2, 1S72; (ii) Charles E., b. Jan. 22, 187^. 

ii. Dr. Thomas B., b. July ig. 1S52. His early education was obtained in the pub- 
lic schools of Newport, at CoUiy Academy, New London, and Dartmouth 
College. After leaving college he began the study of medicine with his father, 
taking his first course of lectures at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me. The 
remainder of his medical studies were pursued at Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, New York, from which place he was graduated in 1876. The follow- 
ing year he took post-graduate instruction at Bellevue and other New \ ork 
hospitals, after whicli he took up his father's practice at Newport, which he 
continued to the time of his death. His practice was very extensive, and his 
skill, especiallv as a surgeon, unquestioned. He was a member of the New 
Hampshire Medical Society, and of the American Medical Association, Secre- 
tary of the Board of Health and of the United States Pension Examiners, and 
a director in the Citizens' National Bank. During a very close campaign he 
was induced, much against his desire, to run as Republican candidate for Rep- 
resentative, the plea being that he seemed to be the only man popular enough 
to carry the ticket. He was elected by a handsome majority. Dr. Sanborn's 
business became so extensive that in 18S2 he extended a partnership to his 
brother, Dr. C. A. Sanborn, the latter having just graduated from Bellevue 
Hospital Medical College. This partnership continued until the health of his 
brother compelled him to seek a warmer climate, he going to Redlands, Cal.. 
where he has since remained. Dr. Sanborn made his home with his mother 
and sister, it being his great desire to make the advancing years of his mother 
as happy as possible. It was his cheerful disposition which threw about this 
household that charm which can only come where love and Christian fellowship 
dwell. The sudden death of Dr. Sanborn from appendicitis, June 30, 1S94, 
was especially sad, and cast a gloom over the community never before known. 
His kind and genial disposition, together with a perfect physical development 
and cheerful face, endeared him to a large proportion of the people with whom 
he came in contact, and made him respected even by those who did not 

'' employ him professionally. 

iv. Dr. Christopher Allen, b. Newport, April 5, 1855 ; received his preliminary edu- 
cation in public and select schools at that place and at the Hudson River Insti- 
tute, located at Claverack, N. Y. His professional training was received at the 
medical department of Bowdoin University and at Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College in New York city. Graduating from the latter in 1SS2, he took a 
complete course in the New York Post-graduate .Medical School, and in 1S94. 
took a second special course, and, in 1S97, a third course at the same institu- 
tion. Until 1 888 Dr. Sanborn was engaged in practice at Newport, and in 
that year he went to Redlands, Cal., where he has been actively employed in 
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Board of Health of Redlands, which was organized in 18S9. In 1893, in part- 
nership witli F. P. Meserve. Dr. Sanborn built the Sanborn-Meserve Block, 
one of the best business blocks on Orange street. He is a retired member of 
the New Hampshire .Medical .Society, and a member of the Southern California 
Medical Society, emergency surgeon lor the Southern Pacific Railroad, and 
member of and e.xaminer for a number of fraternal societies, and several of the 
leading old line insurance companies. IJr. Sanborn was a member of the 
International Medical Congress held at Washington, D.C., in 1887, and is a 
member of the American .Medical Association. Mrs. Sanborn was, before her 
marriage. Miss .Mary Braman Mudge. a native of Danvers, Mass., where they 
were married in 1SS5. Their children are,— (i) Christine, b. Newport, Jan. 
29, 18S7, d. Aug. 21, 1SS7: (ii) Augustus .Mudge, b. Redlands, March 9, 
18S8; (iii) Thomas, b. June 23, 1SS9; (iv) Margaret, b. Feb. 18, 1S91. 
V. Katherine Allen, b. March iS, 1867; living unm. in Newport. 

1753. Otis St.vckpole (iioS) S.\xborn, born hi Sanbornton, Au((. iS, 
1841. A tanner in East Tilton, N. H, Married Aug. 30. 1S71, Maria F. 
Lamprey of Belmont, N. H., born May 31, 1844. 

Children: 

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i. Henry Clinton, b. May 2, 1873. 
ii. Mabel Taylor, b. Nov. 19, 1875. 
iii. Cris Burtwell, b. Jan. 7, 1S79. 
iv. Clifton Roscoe. b. Sept. 30, 1880. - •■ ■ 

1756. Albert John (1113) Sanborn, born in Crat'tsbury, Vt., Nov. 14, 
1830. A teacher in Newport, V"t. Married May 30, 1865, Caroline C. 
Stockwell of Montpelier, Vt., born Aug. 17, 1845. He died April 22, 
1880. 

Children : 

i. George Knapp, b. Aug. 17, i860; d. 1865. 

ii. Irving Ellis, b. Nov. 28, 1866; A. B. of Dartmouth. 18S9: now an editor on the 
staff of the Springheld (.Mass.) Union, and a man of ability; living in Spring- 
field, unm. 
iii. Mary, b. June 25, 1S71 ; m. Francis H. Williams of Springtield, Mass. 

j 1759- Noel Byron (1115) Sanborn, born in Wheelock, Vt., Jan. 21, 

\ 1840. A lawyer on Wall Street, New York. Lives in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1 Admitted to the bar in 1865. >Lirried Oct. 10, 1867, Frances G. G. Rice 



of New York. 
Children : 



i. Francis Noel, b. Sept. 9, 1868 ; m. and living in Torrington, Conn. ; a mechani- 
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ii. George Putnam, b. July i, 1872; a lawyer with his father; living unm. in 

Brooklyn, 
iii. Frederick Herbert, b. Jan. 2, 1874: a lawyer, living unm. in Ikouklyn. 

1770. Calei; Mastin (1125) Sanborn, born in Lockport. X. Y., Aug. 
26, 1S36. A merchant and prominent man in Maquoketa, la. ; owner ot 
the "Sanborn Block" there. Married Oct. 15, 1857, Harriet Burd of 
Maquoketa, born in Mercer county. Pa., Marcli 23, 1S39 ; died in 1S93. 

Children : 

i. Nettie Marcelia, b. Dec. 22, 1S59; m. May 10, 1S93, Charles J. Thompson of 

Clinton, la. 
ii. Leroy Luther, b. Jan. 23, 1S62; m. April 8, 1SS5, Jennie Lovelee : living in 

Clinton, la. One child, .Arthur Leroy, b. July 18, 1S93. 
iii. Charles Henry, b. .March 4, 1S67; a bookkeeper in .Minneapolis, .Minn.; m. 

March 17, 1892, .A.nna Louise Sanford of Lyons, la., b. March 29, 1868. 

Have had (^i) Howard Sanford. b. Feb. 8, 1893; (ii) Margaret Belle, b. April 

17, 1894; (iii) Charles .Mortimer, b. July 2, 1S95; (iv) Maurine Estelle, b. 

March 18, 1897. 
iv. William, b. June 15, 1870; d. young. 

V. Harriet B., b. Jan. 23, 1873; m. 1S96, Otho E. Abel of Maquoketa, la. 
vi. Ella, b. Dec. 27, 1874. 

1773. Dexter (1127) S.vnborn, born in Holderness, N. H., March 20, 
1843. A manutacturer of paper boxes in Ashland, N. H. Married Nov. 

25, 1871, Lucinda H. Cox of Ashland, born July 27, 1849; died March 21, 
1891. 

Children : - 

i. Edith G., b. April 6, 1S73. -, . 

ii. Frederick, b. Sept. 18, 1874. . 

iii. Edwin P., b. June 28, 1876. 

1775. Moses (1130) Sanborn, born in Chesterville, Me., Jan. 24, 
1822. Lived in Vienna, Me. Married May 31, 1S43. Pamela Mason. 

Children : 

i. George, b. Oct. 27, 1844. 

ii. Carlos, b. Feb. 20, 1847. ''''•• -i. !.'. , 

iii. Francis, b. Sept. 5, 1849. . ' r.. : ■ , 

iv. Granville, b. Feb. 22, 1852. 

V. Pamela, b. March 22, 1855. ' " :-. . -. 

vi. Mary Ella, b. April 16, 1857. '• " ' ' •. 

vii. Ada E., b. June 10, 1858. -■>..- ; 

1778. Charles Goodhue (1137) Sanborn, born in Freeport, 111., >Tay 

26, 1843. A merchant in Ballard, Wash. Married Oct. 6, 1870, Lucinda 
Hunt of Freeport, born >Liy 13, 1S46. Both he and his wife are still living;. 



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Children : 

i. Amy E., b. Dec. 24, 1S71 ; d. 1S76. 
ii. Nellie A., b. April 12, 1873; d. 1876. 
iii. William H., b. May 26. 1874; d. April 15, 1893. 
iv. Agnes, b. Dec. 25, 1875 ; living in Seattle. 

V. Jane, b. Aug. 3, 1877; living in Ballard. 
vi. Charles D., b. Nov. 27. 1879; living in Seattle. 

1780. D.vviD ScRiDNER (1141) Sanborx," boni in Ossipee, N. H., Aufr- 
18, 1821. A farmer in Wales, Me. ^rarried June 2, 1849, Azelia Davis 
of Webster, Me., born Nov. 27, 1825 ; still living. He died Feb. 26, 1890. 

Children : 

i. George Irving, b. Jan. ig, 1S51; m. March i, 1876, Laura Colby; living in 

Sabattus, Me. 
ii. Frank Leslie, b. Aug. 22, 1S52 ; a farmer in Sabattus; m. Nov. 26, 1874, .Anvella 

M. Gatchell of Lewiston, .Me., b. Jan. 20, 1S54; both living. Have had 

(1) Amzi D., b. Sept. 1 1, 1875 ; living in Boston, 
iii. David, b. April 29, 1856; m. Jan. 6, 1884. Arabella Thompson; d. .May 4, 1889. 
iv. Milan B., b. April 13, 1862; m. Sept. 22, 18S6, .Melicent Thompson; living in 

Greene, Me. 
V. Herman .\L, b. and d 1864. 
vi. Albert J., b. Jan. 19, 1866: m. Aug. r, 1894; living in Sabattus. 

1781. John Hayes (1142) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., Nov. 5, 
1832. A prosperous merchant of Boston. Lived in Newton Centre, Mass. 
Married (i) April 20, 1870, Agnes Elizabeth Mcjanett, born July i, 1839, 
died May 16, 1875; (2) in 1883, Ella Leora Foote of Newton Centre. 
Died Sept. 12, 1894. . . 

Children : 

i. Walter Lincoln, b. .^Larch 28, 1871 ; a graduate of Harvard : now a member of 
the firm of H. H. .Mathews & Co. of Boston; living unm. in Newton Centre. 
Has given some time to studying the family history. 

ii. Sarah Hayes, b. Feb. 22, 1873 ; m. April 29, 1896, Frederick Howard Hovey of 
Newton Centre, .Mass., a member of the firm of H. H. .Mathews & Co. 

1782. Hon. Charles Franklin (1142) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, 
Me., Sept. 12, 1835. ^^ farmer and prominent man in Maplewood, a part 
of Parsonsfield. Has held many othces of trust, — Representative, etc. Was 
a member of the committee for puhlisliing the excellent '' History of Par- 
sonsfield." Married Nov. 30, 1S64, Esther Allen Wiggin of Parsonsfield, 
born Feb. 22, 1837. Both are still living. 



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Children : 



i. Luther Edwin, b. Nov. iS, 1S67. 

ii. Louise Wiggin, b. Oct. 21, 1S69; d. 1871. ^ 

iii. Alta ^L'^y, b. Sept. 13. 1S72; d. Nov. 20, 1891. 

iv. Ida Louise, b. Oct. 18, 1878. 

17S3. Edwin Luther (1142) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., Jan. 
13, 1840. A successful merchant in Boston; member of the firm of J. H. 
Lee & Co. Lives on Commonwealth Avenue. Married Nov. 21, 1867, 
Lvdia Hilton, daug-hter of William Hilton Emmons of Boston. 

Children : 

i. Warren Emmons, b. 1870; d. young. - 

ii. Edith Hilton, b. 1S71. 
iii. Jeanette Adams, b. 1S73. 
iv. Edwin Luther, b. 1S77; a graduate of Harvard. 

1784. Ira Edwin (1143) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., April 
27, 1833. A salesman in Boston. Married Sept. 4, i860, Marilla Susan 
Nash of Boston, born Feb. 24, 1835 5 ^^^^ J^"- ^S' 1891. He died Dec. 
3I' 1893- 

Children : ■ j 

i. Elizabeth Maria, b. June 14, 1861 ; m. Sept. 30, 1891, Dr. Charles D. Nelson 
of Greeley, Col. 

ii. Prof. F'rank Edwin, b. .Aug. 25, 1S66; a mechanical engineer and instructor in 
Tufts College ; Nov., 1898, head of Industrial Arts Department, State Univer- 
sity, Columbus, Ohio. Has contributed the data about his branch. 

1785. John Murr.w (1143) Sanborn, born in Parsonsfield, Me., Jan. 
16, 1836. Editor of a Boston paper. Married Nov. 1858, Abigail \V. C. 
Slade, who survived him and married (2) John Shaw. Died May 8, 1861. 

Child : 

i. John Walter, b. in Boston, Aug. 28, i860; head of the large and successful 
house of J. W. Sanborn Co., dealers in optical instruments, Pres. N. E. Assn. 
of Opticians; Pres. N. E. Optical Institute; Commodore Ouincy Yacht Club; 
lives in Ouincy, Mass.; m. June 29, 1887, Alice Dean Spear of Ouincy, b. 
Oct. 28, 1863; no issue. 

1786. i\L\joR Washington Irving (1143) Sanborn, born in Parsons- 
field, Me., Dec. 24, 1836. Appointed 2d Lieutenant, Wash. Terr. Inf., 
October, 1862 ; Aide-de-Camp to Gen. Benjamin Alvord, commanding 
Dept. of Col., June 23, 1864; Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General of 
Volunteers, Feb. i, 1865; ist Lieutenant, 13th U. S. Inf., May 11, 1S66 : 

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Captain, Dec. 4, 1S84. Now retired as Major and living in California. A 
member of the Loval Legion and Sons ot" the American Revolution. His 
army record is modestly given as above by himself, the fuller detail being 
conspicuous tor gallantry and ability. Married Nov. i, 1866, Clara \V. 
Hakes. 
Children : 

i. Clara Ella, b. Nov. i, 1867; m. June 10, 1S91, \Vni. P. lirayton of .Missoula, 

Mont. 
ii. Grace Irving, b. July 7, 1S69; m. Oct. 16, 1S89, Lt. Thos. H. .McGuire of 
25th U. S. Infantry. 

1789. Dr. Eben'EZEr Kimb.vll (1146) Sanborn, born in New Chester, 
N. H., Jan. 24, 1828. Early in lite he made up his mind to be a physician, 
and began his studies under his uncle, Dr. Gilman Kimball of Lowell, 
Mass. The third year of his medical education was passed under the tui- 
tion of Dr. Chas. H. Stedman, city physician of the city institutions at 
South Boston, where he speedily advanced to a position of great respon- 
sibility and trust, but, looking for a broader field of action, he placed him- 
s'elf immediately under the instruction of Dr. Alonzo Clark, the distinguished 
Professor of Patholoffical Anatomv in the College of Phvsicians and Sur- 
geons of New York City. At the close of his studies in New York he re- 
turned to Lowell and immediately entered upon the practice of his profes- 
sion. In 1853 he received the appointment of Protessor of Pathological 
Anatomy in the Vermont Medical College at Woodstock, Vt. In 1S54. 
fully supplied with letters of introduction, he made an extended tour of the 
Continent and Great Britain, visiting the hospitals and meeting the most 
eminent men of his profession. Upon his return he taught anatomy in the 
Berkshire Medical Institution. He also practised for a short time in Rut- 
land, Vt. In 1858 he was called to the chair of Surgery in Castleton 
Medical College. 

As a lecturer and writer Dr. Sanborn possessed marked ability, and con- 
tributed many valuable articles on medical topics to the iournals of his pro- 
fession. He was a frequent contributor to the columns of the Boston 
Medical and Surgical yournal and the American journal of Medical 
Sciences. 

In April, 1861, Dr. Sanborn was commissioned surgeon of the ist \'er- 
mont Volunteers, and was ordered to Newport News as post-surgeon : he 
established the first hospital erected during the war. General Butler asked 
him to become surgeon of the 31st Massachusetts Volunteers, which post he 
accepted, and was commissioned by Governor Andrew. With rank ot 



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THE AMERICAN SANI50RXS. 5^3 

Major he joined his regiment on the ill-fated Mississippi, but the unremit- 
ting fatigues and overwork incidental to the position at last broke down a 
system already undermined by the insidious germs of typhoid, contracted 
in his previous campaign, and lie was landed at Ship Island in an uncon- 
scious condition, and died April 3d, 1S62. His general said, on hearing of 
his death, — "The service lost a good officer, the profession an a.ble mem- 
ber, and the countrv a patriot and good citizen." Dr. Sanborn married 
Oct. 10, 1855, Harriot Williams, daughter of John Avery of Lowell, Mass., 
great-granddaughter of Hon. John Avery, Revolutionary Secretary of State 
for Massachusetts, and a descendant of the famous Williams family of Rox- 
bury, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Charles Derby, b. Aug. 8, 1S56; d. Oct. 13, 18S0. 
ii. Emily, b. Oct. 8, 185S; d. 1863. 

iii. John Eben, b. Sept. 29. 1S60; is in the offices of the New York .Mutual Gas- 
light Co., and resides in New Rochelle. N. Y. ; ni. Sept. 8, 1890, .Mar, 
Spencer, dau. of Henry Burrows, for twenty-five years agt. of Merrimac Mills 
in Lowell. Have !iad, — (i) Dorothy Derby, b. Aug. 7, 1891 : (ii) John 
Avery, b. Jan. 30, i8g8. .Mr. Sanborn's home in New Rochelle is a fine 
old place, built by an English officer before the Revolution. 

! " 1790. John Os(JOod (1147) Sanborn, born in Gilford, X. II., Aug. 12, 
I 1824. A farmer, now living in Lakeport, N. H. Married Feb. 11. 1S49, 
' Katherine M. Oilman, born Dec. 11, 1823, died . 

Children: 

i. George Wendell, b. Nov. 10, 1S30. 

ii. Charles Louis, b. Oct. 7,i853;d.i855. 

iii. Charles Louis, b. Sept. 29, 1855; m. Aug. 14, 1886. J. Louise Cutting of Bos- 
ton, b. Sept. 25, 1856: a salesman in Boston, living there. No issue. 
iv. Harriet Maria, b. May 30, 1859; d. unm. 

1791. George Orlando (1147) Sanborn, born in Gilford, N. H., 
May 21, 1829. A merchant in Boston: now a bookkeeper in New York. 
Married June 5, 1855, Jane A. Sanborn (1142-ii). Both still living. 

Children : 

i. George Gardner, b. Newton Centre, May 3, 1S56: lives unm. in Gcrmantown, 
i Philadelphia; has made copious collections in regard to the family history, and 

j more than ten years ago was in communication with the English Sambornes. 

i ii. Alice Louise, b. Dec. 29. 1857; m. Nov. 13, iSSo, .Mellen Newton Bray of 

~4 Newton Centre: now living in Boston. 

iii. Edward Hall. b. Newton Centre, Mav 3, 186^; a journalist, now living in Ger- 
t mantown, Philadelphia: m. April 21. 1S89. Harriet .Maria Peirce ot Newton. 



564 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Mass. Have had, — (i) Robert Peirce, b. Roseinont, Pa., May 12, 1891 ; 
(ii) John Bradford, b. Baltimore, .Md., Aug. 30, 1893; (iii) Alice, b. Balti- 
more, Nov. ig, 1S94; (iv) Edward Hall, b. Germantown. Jan. 16, 1897. 

1805. Samuel Roby (1163) Sanborn, born in So. Braintree, Mass., 
Nov. 4, 1823. A retired merchant of Boston. Married 1S51, Harriet 
Hoyt of Boston, born Dec. 19, 1824, died Nov. 19, 1S94. 

Child : 

i. Harriet S., b. Jan. 24, 1856; m. June 6, 1883. A. Jud.son Hathaway of Boston. 

1806. Dr. Matthew Nealley (1163) Sanborn, born in Braintree, 
Mass., March 8, 1825. A cancer doctor in Keokuk, la. Married Dec. 12, 
1851, Mar}^ J., daughter of Robert Severe of Charleston, la. He died June 
30, 1897. 

Children : 

i. Clara, b. ; m. Walter Elkins ; d. Sept. 12, 1877. 

ii. Laura J., ni. Edward Stanley of Keokuk ; d. Jan. 14, 1888. 

iii. Melicent, b. ; m. Shoppell of Lowry City, Mo. 

iv. E. D., m. (i) Chamberlain of Keokuk; (ii) Bishop. 

V. Matthew Douglas, b. ; living unm. in Clarinda, la. 

vi. John Richard, b. Jan. 20, 1874; living unm. in Keokuk. 

1807. John C. (1163) Sanborn, born in Northfield, N. H., Sept. 13, 
1842. Was educated in the common schools, and at the HoUis Institute at 
South Braintree, Mass. Commenced work on the Old Colony Railroad in 
1858, and remained with that company until 1S93, with the exception of 
the time he was in the army, filling the various positions of station employe, 
brakeman, baggage master, conductor, Boston station agent, transportation 
master, and in 1SS9 was appointed Genral Train Master tor all divisions of 
the Old Colony Railroad company. In 1S61 he went as a corporal in Co. 
C, 4th regiment, Mass. Volunteers, the first regiment to leave for the seat 
of war. Soon after he rose to lieutenant in Co. B, 43d Tiger regiment, 
Mass. Volunteers. He took part in all eno-aoements that his regiments were 
in, and remained with the regiments until the term of service expired. 
Later on he was commissioned by Gov. John A. Andrew as a Captain in 
the jNIassachusetts Volunteers. Was m^arried in 1S67 to Miss Sarah D. 
Clapp of Providence, R. I. Has one son, Fletcher G., who is in the Med- 
ical School of Harvard University, class of '99. In 1S90, Mr. Sanborn 
was voted the most popular leader of railroad employes in New England. 
In 1893, on lease of the Old Colony Railroad to the New York, New Haven 
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mouth division. In 1S96, on organization of the Boston Terminal Company. 
which has the Lirgest raih-oad terminal in the world, costing upwards ot 
twelve millions of dollars, he was appointed ^Manager of that company, and 
previous to the commencement of work was sent abroad by that company 
to study the large terminals in Europe. 

1810. Rodman Wilcox ( 1165 ) Sanborn, born in Perrysburg, Chau- 
tauqua County, N, Y., April 21, 1822. A man of ingenuity and great 
ability. An ice dealer on a large scale. Was interested in several inven- 
tions. Married April 6, 1S46, Elizabeth Willis of Gates, Monroe County, 
N. Y., born June 17, 1S29, still living in Rochester, N. Y. He died in 
Lakeville, N. Y., Jan. 23, 1S93. 

Children : 

i. Marcellus Mozart, b. Jan. 6, 1847 ; d. 1S4S. 

ii. Anna Maria, b. Dec. 13, 1848; m. Dec. 8, 1S74, Maj. Henry G. Hamilton at 
Rochester, N. Y. ; lived in Washington, D. C, where she still resides. He 
was b. Sept. 3, 1840, and d. Jan. 7, 1S95 ; buried in the National Cemetery at 
Arlington, Va. Mrs. Plamilton has always been active in literary and club 
work. She has been president of many large societies, and is now at the head 
of " Wimodaughsis," the largest Woman's Club in this country and the most 
ably managed. 

iii. William Herbert, b. Dec. 31, 1850; a celebrated horse educator in Rutland, Vt.< 
president of the Sanborn Bit Co. ; m. (i) Jan. 22, 1S74, Harriet G. Thomas of 
Rochester, N. Y. ; divorced andm. (2) Nov. i, 1883, Maud Currie of Houl- 
ton. Me., b. March 26, 1S64 ; had one child by ist wife, — Elizabeth Grace, b. 
Oct. 17, 1876. 

iv. Emma Jane, b. Dec. 24, 1852; m. Sept. 30, 1873, Chas. W. Clarke of Spokane, 

Wash. 
V. Mary Elizabeth, b. Dec. 3, 1854; m. Dec. 27, 1875, Albert G. Knapp of 
Rochester, N. Y. 

vi. Jonathan Thomas, b. Dec. 9, 1856; d. 1864. 

vii. Effie Cordelia, b. Dec. 24, 1S5S; m. Oct. 18, 1S79, Hobart P. Smith of Roch- 
ester, N. Y.; d. April 27, 18S6. 
viii. Ella Cornelia (twin to Effie), d. Aug. 28, 1877. 

ix. Bertha Adelaide, b. Sept. 16, i860; m. Nov. 10, iSSo, Pembroke C. Chrysler of 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
X. Cora Estelle, b. April 12, 1S63; m. Nov. 17, 1886, Samuel H. Gray of Franklin, 

Pa. 
xi. Harriet Martha, b. and d. 1S65. 

xii. Alice Eugenia, b. Sept. 2, 1866; m. Dec. 6, 1SS7, Augustine B. Booth of 
Rochester, N. Y. 

xiii. Millicent Adele, b. March i, 1S69; living unm. in Rochester. 

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566 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1811. John (1165) Sanhorn was born Dec. 12, 1823, in Peirysburg, 
N. Y. When about two years of age his parents moved to Rochester, 
N. Y., where his early youth was spent. He received a good common 
school education, and was trained to habits of thrit"t and industry. 

When old enough to start out on his own resources, he opened some kilns 
for burning lime. He prospered in this, and soon afterward acquired inter- 
ests in canal-boats. When the news of the discovery of gold in California 
was received lie had accumulated several thousand dollars. He thereupon 
sold out his interests and started to cross the plains in the fall of 1849, but 
on account ot some mistake made in remitting his money, he was compelled 
to return to Rochester, where he spent the winter. 

In the fall of the next year he again turned toward the Pacific slope, and 
going via the Istlimus of Panama, arrived in San Francisco in the spring 
of 1851, and immediately proceeded to the mines in company Vvith eleven 
other young men from the Eastern states. The party settled at Jamestown 
in Tuolumne county, and afterwards went to Red Mountain Bar where they 
took up placer claims. Here he started a general merchandise store, and 
bought a ditch from which he supplied the mines with water. He also, 
from time to time, acquired interests in mming claims. 

The camp was not especially rich, and was almost depopulated by the 
Fraser River excitement. All the men who had settled with him sold out 
their interests to him, and left for that section. He worked the claims 
alone for about a year, practically without returns. 

In 1859, when nearly disheartened, he struck a rich pocket which 
panned out almost two hundred thousand dollars. He remembered his 
relatives with a liberal hand, and grave larcreiv to charities. He then Dur- 
chased other claims, developed toll-roads, bridges, and terries, and invested 
in business enterprises in San Francisco, where he took up his residence in 
1868, and conducted two United States bonded warehouses, which he had 
purchased four years earlier. 

In 1870 he married Elizabeth Brodigan, daughter of Terence Brodigan, 
a prominent pioneer of Tuolumne county. Seven years later he retired 
from active life, and moved to Fruit\-ale, where he had erected a handsome 
country residence. He died in September, 1S88. 

It is said that it is prosperity, and not adversity, tiiat really tries a man. 
Fortune was kind to John Sanborn, yet he never ceased to be kind and 
considerate of the welfare of others. He was a man of remarkably fine 
appearance. Tall of stature, and possessed of a tremendous physical 
development, in manner he was refined and gentle as a child. 



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He possessed some ol" the Sanborn characteristics in a marked degree. 
Throughout his entire Hie he was temperate in everything. Simplicity, 
integrity, modesty, and generosity were his strongest traits and made tor 
him many life-long friends. 

Children : 

i. John Albert, b. in San Francisco, Cal., June 15, 1871; an attorney in Fruitvale, 

Cal.; living there unm. 
ii. William B., b. Jan. 14, 1S73. 
iii. Anne Beatrice, b. and d. 1874. 

iv. Henry Eugene, b. Dec. 25, 1875; "^^ J^"- ^^' 1892. 
V. Grace Edna, b. Sept. 12, 1877. 
vi. George Francis, b. July 8, iSSo. 
' vii. Laure Estelle. b. Jan. 14, 18S3. 

viii. Clarence Blaisdell, b. Oct. 10, 1S87. ^ 

1812. William Aloxzo (1165) Sanborn, born in Perrysburg, X. Y., 
Jan. 13, 1831. A prominent and successful banker of Sterling, 111. Also 
engaged in various enterprises, — one of those thrifty and able citizens who 
have built up the West. Married April 11, 1S60, Helen McCune of Ster- 
ling, born Jan. 25, 1S38 ; died Oct. 21, 1871. Mr. Sanborn has contrib- 
uted much towards the history of his branch, and is entitled to a special 
acknowledgment. 

Children : 

i. Anna Lavinia, b. Dec. 30, 1861 ; m. Dec. 27, 1S83, J. P. Gorin of Cleveland, 0. ; 
d. Oct. 24, 18S4. 
• . ii. John, b. April 18, 1864; living in Sterling. 

iii. Helen McCune, b. Oct. 15, 1S67 ; d. 1871. 

1815. James Forrest (1172) Sanborn, born in Boston, Feb. 19, 1833. 
A successful granite dealer in Boston and Cambridge. Married Elizabeth 
Adeline Cross of Montpelier, Vt., born Oct. 13, 1834; still living. He 
died in Cambridge, Mass., July 3, 1875. ..'' : 

Children : 

i. Charles Forrest, b. Nov. 12, 1859; a banker in Boston; m. June 14, 1882. .Mary 

James Child of Cambridge, b. Jan. 15, 1S61 ; no issue. 
i). Herbert Lyman, b. .May 7, 1861 ; living in Cambridge. 
iii. James Lincoln, b. May 5, 1S65 ; d. 1866. 

1816. George Orville (1172) Sanborn, born in Boston, June 10, 
1837. A prominent and successful man, — president of the Rockport Gran- 
ite Co. ; a man of ability and intellect; has traveled extensively, and has 
kind!}' given much information concerning his family. Married Jan. 21, 
1879, Anna Wells of Cambridge, Mass., born April 10, 1855. No issue. 



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568 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1820. Jacob Osborn (1178) Sanborn, was born July 6, 1840, at Lou- 
don Centre, N. H., in the house erected by his great-grandfather, Capt. 
John Sanborn. He received Ins academic education at New Hampton. 
N. H., and was graduated from Dartmouth College in 1864. He resolved 
in early youth to adopt the profession of teaching, his first attempt being a 
school at Gilmanton, N. H., when he was sixteen years of age. After leav- 
ing college, he taught a short time the Grammar School at South Hing- 
ham. Mass., and subsequently became the Principal of the Cradock School 
at Medford, Mass., and in 1S6S assumed the duties of Principal of the Gram- 
mar School in Winchester, !Mass. 

In 1872, he organized the Hingham High School, and to date (1899) has 
been its only Principal. The twenty-fifth anniversary of his services was 
tittingly observed by a reception and presentation, tendered by the alumni. 
The school committee of Hingham in their annual report of 1896, remark : 

"At this time we cannot forget the noble, high-principled, cultured man 
who during all this time has stood at the helm, and tlirough all the vicissi- 
tudes and change of officers and crew, of cargo and ballast, guided the ship 
in its ever onward course. Jacob O. Sanborn is a name that, in Hingham 
at least, one might conjure with. He came to us on tlie establishment of 
the school in 1S72 as its principal. He is with us and the school to-day, 
its loved and honored head, and we but voice the feelings of the citizens ot 
Hinrrham when we sav that to him more than to anv other beloncfs the 
praise for whatever our High School has accomplished. His character and 
influence have always been for high, pure citizenship. To him the town 
owes, and ever will owe, a great debt. Every scholar who has ever passed 
from under his teaching has felt the lofty purpose of his life, the gentle, yet 
firm, guidance of his mind." 

He has frequently been an officer in the Plymouth County and the Mas- 
sachusetts State Teachers' Association, and read papers on educational 
topics. For several years he has been the president of the Board ot Trus- 
tees of the Hingham Public Library, and a deacon in the Evangelical 
Congregational church of Hingham. In politics he has always been a 
Republican. 

1822. Dr. Jesse Appleton (1184) Sanborn, born in Meredith, N. H., 
Dec. 5, 1820. M. D. of Dartmouth in 1841. A physician in many places : 
practised in Wolfeborough and Campton, N. H.. South Gardiner, Mass., 
Mankato, Minn., and now in Plymouth, X. H. Married Aug. 29. 1S42, 
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Children : 

i. Sanili Ellen, b. Jan. 10, 1844; d. in National City, Cal., Aug. 6, 1894. 

ii. John Applelon, b. in Cami)ton, N. H., .Aug. 16, 1848. Studied at Dartmouth; 
a druggist in Mankato. .Minn.; now cashier of Equity Life Insurance Co., 
Seattle. Wash. : ni. Dec. 3, 187S, Elizabeth, dau. of Henry Shaubut of .Man- 
kato. Had (i) Grace Ellen, b. Oct 24, 18S0. a student in Tacoma ; (ii) .Mary 
Cecilia, b. April 2, 1SS2; (iii) Jesse Gordon, b. 1883, d. 1S90. 

iii. Frederick Henry, b. Dec. 15, 1851: a merchant and banker in .Mankato; m. 
April 3, 1873, Viola, dau. of Henry Shaubut of .Mankato. Have had (!) Lulu 
Vera, b. July 5, 1878; (ii) Henry .Appleton, b. April g, 1881 ; (iii) John 
Edgar, b. Jan. 3, 1888. 

1823. Dr. John He.nry (1184) Sanborn, born in Mereditli, X. H., 
Sept. 23, 1830. Educated at Gilmanton Academy; studied medicine with 
his father and brotiier, and Dr. Benj". R. Palmer of the Vermont Medical 
College, where he attended lectures. M. D. in 1S52 of Berkshire Medi- 
cal College. Married Mav 16, 1854. Elizabetii Hervey. daughter of Rev. 
Giles Leach of Meredith, b. March 23, 1S34 ; ^^^^ Feb. iS, 1895. Dr. San- 
born was Assistant Surgeon of the 12th regiment, X. H. Volunteers. Served 
at Gettysburg, Drury's Bluff, Cold Harbor, Bermuda Hundred, and in iVont 
of Petersburg ; honorably discharged Julv 21, 1864. He removed to Frank- 
lin Falls, X. H., Jan. 20, 1874, where he has since resided. He is a mem- 
ber of the X. H. Medical Society, has been president of the Centre District 
MedicaT Society ; has been a member of the Board of Education, and is a 
prominent Mason. Dr. Sanborn has many relics in his possession, among 
them a fla.x wheel of his crreat-grandmother, a compass and chain bou^rht 
at Boston, in 1757, by Sergt. John Sanborn, who built the tirst frame dwell- 
ing-house in Sanbornton ; and a powder-horn carried by his grandfather, 
Jeremiali Sanborn, at West Point, and a pair of saddle bags, in which, as 
messenger, he carried the electoral vote of Xew Hampshire to Washington 
in 1812. .. ■ , • 

Children : 

i. Giles Leach, b. and d. 1855. 

ii. Hattie Leach, b. in .Meredith, N. H., June 21, 1856; m. July 5, 1894, Edgar A. 

Jones of Franklin Falls, 
iii. Susan Lillian, b. Oct. 13, 1861 ; d. 1873. 
iv. Elizabeth Thompson, b. Oct. 11, 1873; d. 1887. 

1825. Daniel W.vrren (1188) Sanborn, born in Taunton, Mass., 
April 28, 1835. Served in a Wisconsin regiment during the Civil War. 
Married Aug. 18, 1863, Frances M. Hinckley of Ridgeville, O. Lives in 
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Children : 

i. Clara Frances, b. Jan. lo, 1865. 
ii. Alice Louise, b. Dec. i, 1S67. 
iii. Augusta French, b. Nov. 2, 1S69. 
iv. Maria Hudson, b. Dec. 26, 1S71. 
V. Mary, b. March 13, 1873. 
vi. Emma Eastman, b. July 31, 1S74. ' 

1826. John Darricott (1188) Sanborn, born in Taunton, Mass., 
June 7, 1839. Enlisted in Co. K, 3d Mass. Infantry during the Civil War; 
reenlisted in the U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps ; discharged in 1865 as 
Quartermaster-General. Married Sept. 26, 1861, Anna Elvira Rounds ot 
Lawrence, Mass., born in Winslow, Me., May 24, 1S41. Living in 1877 
in Carondelet, Mo. 

Children : 

i. Lilian Augusta, b. in Carver, Mass., Aug. 19, 1S66. 
ii. Sarah Parker, b. in Carver, Dec. 14, 1S67. 

iii. Charles Ebene/er Eastman, b. in Carondelet, Mo., Sept. 10, 1870. 
iv. Kate Donaldson, b. in Carondelet, .XLiy 30, 1873. 

1827. Edward Payson (1189) Sanborn, born in Lowell, Mass., Jan. 
21, 1839. ^"^ mason in Lowell. >Lnrried Georgiana Sweetser of Lowell. 

Children : 

i. Ida P., b. Aug., 186S. ■.. '•; ■ • . . 

ii. Arthur E., b. 1870 ; d. 1872. • . ' ; . ■ ,- 

iii. Walter E., b. Feb. 20, 1873. 

1830. Ebenezer (1193) Sanborn, born in Dover, N. H., Aug. 18, 
1819. Lived in Boston, — a pianoforte maker. Married Dec. 3, 1842, 
Mary Bean, daughter of Capt. Abraham Ward of New Hampton, N. H. 
Died July 28, 1880. 

Children : ' ' 

i. Hannah, b. and d. 1S43. 
ii. Charles, b. Nov. 13, 1844; d. 1S48. , , 

iii. Mary Emma, b. ; d. in infancy. 

iv. Charles Francis, b. in Dorchester, .\Lass., Dec. 28, 1849; a piano maker in Bos- 
ton; m. (i) July 2, 1S72, Josephine H. Bailey of Boston, b. Jan. 30, 1854, d. 
July 10, 1873; (-) '"^'^^y -• ^^77^ Victoria R. Taylor of Boston, b. May 23, 

1855; still living. Has had (i) William A., b. ; d. 1873. 

V. Rev. Frank Albion, b. in Boston, Feb. 15, 1S53; educated at Phillips Andover 
Academy, Quincy school and English High school, Boston: graduated St. 
Stephen's College, Annandale, N. Y., and General Theological Seminary, New 
York; B. D. of General Theological Seminary, 1S83 ; m. June 29, 1874, Sarah 
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• by Bishop Seymour of New York. 1882 ; in charge of Calvary church, Bayonne, 

N. J.; curate of St. Ignatius, X. V., and Church of Messiah, Boston; rector 
of Christ church, Pompton, X. J.; curate St. .Mark's, Philadelphia. 1886-91 : 
rector St. Jt)hn"s church. Xewark, X. J., at the present time. Xo issue. 

1831. Lewis Dec.vtur (1194) Sanborn, born in New Hampton, N. II.. 
March 22, 1S28. Served in the Mexican War, and inoved to California. 
A builder and contractor in Benicia, Cal., for thirty-three years: held 
office as Assessor, Coroner, and Public Administrator. Married (i) Dec. 
26, 1852, Abigail P. Sanborn (750-ix) ; (2) her sister, Deborah San- 
born (75o-.\i). 

Children : 

i. Allan Page, b. April 16. 1854: was given every advantage in acquiring an edu- 
cation. After graduating from the public schools, he pursued his studies at 
Flat's Collegiate Institute and St. Augustine College at Henicia. and Hea!d"s 
Business College at San Francisco. At tlie State Xormal School at San Jose, 
he graduated in 1S77, and during most of the years since that time has devoted 
his life to educational work. When the high school of Benicia was organized, 
he accepted the position of principal for one year, and in 1894 was elected to 
.- his present position of Superintendent of Schools. In 1891 .Mr. Sanborn m. 
Miss Maggie, daughter of .Morgan Williams, chief engineer of the steamer 
Solano, and the result of their union is two children: (i) .Morgan Allan, b. 
July I5„i892; (ii) Lewis Hampton, b. Sept. 28, 1S95. 
ii. Abigail Ann, b. Sept. 27, 1S56; m. Maj. H. A. Hackett of Belmont, Cal. 
iii. Clara Maria, h. Jan. i, 1858 ; m. June 7, 1SS2. Lucian X'. Demeritt of Benicia. 
iv. Piccolomini, b. July 6, i860; m. Sept. 19, 1SS6. * 

V. Jennie, b. Aug. 31. 1862; d. 1864. 
X vi. William Kelley, b. Nov. 25. 1865 : m. and living in Oakland. Cal. 

vii. Joseph Lewis, b. Dec. 28, 1867 : m. and living in Benicia. 
viii. Etta .May, b. Feb. 2, 1S71. ' - • . 

1832. John Hubbard (1200) Sanborn, born in Attica, N. Y., July 30, 
1834. Lived in Illinois all his life. For many years an eno-ineer on the 
Chicago & North-Western Railway. Now lives in Chicago, 111., a man of 
means and of sterling character. Married July 16, 1856, Mary Colford, b. 
Dec. 25, 1837. 

Children : 

i. John GitTord, b. July 30. 1859. Living in Waukegan, III., at the head of a large 

mfg. concern there. Married May 4, 1S81, \'ictoria Thomas. 
ii. Ella B., b. Jan. 6, 1862: m. Oct. 11, 1S94. J. H. Macauley.. 
iii. Charles H., b. Dec. i, 1864, d. 1884. 
iv. Ida M., b. June 18, 1867. 

V. William Wajley, b. 1S71, d. 1872. 
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i/!i^:« ^T? ","'■"■""' '''"'> S•""OR^■. born in Lvnn, Mass.. Dec. 

chant tle.e. Married Sept. 15, 1S59, Harriet M., daughter of Dr. Litm- 
mus of Lynn, born Dec. r6, tS,35 ; still living. He died June i,, ,869. 
Children : 

• '• ^"If ':f'-^"' ''■ -f"'>-9- 'S63: m. Sept. 36. 18S3. Elmer E. Wilder: d. .March 

I o, I 004. 

ii. William Boduell, b. Sept. 22, 1864- d iSj- 
iii. Lucia Helen, b. April 19. 1S66: livin^^ unm."in Lvnn 
•v. J--l>;^ Lander, b .May 6, :S6j ; m. March u. 1896. Lilian Winifred Fearon of 

i^}nn. Have had (i) Joseph Ravmond, b. Feb 14 1S9- 
V. Anna Josephine, b. .April 3, 1869: living unm. in Lynn. ' 

1850 Charles Prk.scott (,226) Sanborn, born in East Concord, 
rj. H. bept 12 1834. A graduate of Yale, and a prominent attorney of 
Concord. Married ( i") AFtv -^Q tQ<<- c* n t • , ••^•iicx ui 

Henr, A. Bello.. o clnct- ,:btf^-t.r:'4i:iL^ S^;^t'-st"r:^- 
Children ; 

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_i. Henry Bellows, b. Nov. 28. 1S63 : Hving in .Manchester. N. H 

n. Catharme Sarah, b. July3i, 1866; d. June 30, 1878 
1". Charles Arthur, b. Nov. 21, 1875 ; Hving in Boston. 

IV. Mary Avery, b. July 16. ,877; a kindergartner in Concord; furnished the data 
tor this branch. 

burv^N TW ^""'-^"",^^-^^ Smith (1..9) Sanborn, born in Canter- 
bury, ^. H., Aug. II, 1S33. A. B. of Dartmouth, 1S55. A lawver and 
prominent man o. atlairs in Franklin Falls, X. H. Railroad Comn;issioner 
for^ew Hampshn-e. Married Aug. i. 1S55, Caroline Augusta Emerv of 
Meredith, N. H., born May 2, 1S35, died June 19, 1864. 
Child: 

. - i. Kate Emery b. Henniker, N. H.. June 24. i860: kindlv furnished the data for 
this branch; m. June 30. 1897, Gardner .^L.ynard Jones, librarian of Salem. 
Mass., Pubhc Library. He is a son of Nahum Jones of Charlestown. .Mass. 

1853. George W. (1230) S.vnborn, born in Roxburv. Mass., April ^ 
1S28. A retired grain merchant in Pecatonica, 111., and'a man of uei.^hi 
and influence. Married Mav nr'^-or^^x-T- -^, ° 

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i. George C, b. Dubuque, la.. June 7, 1854: m. Cora A. Allen of Chicago; lives 
in Chicago. A Board of Trade man. in the firm of J. F. Harris & Co. Have 
had (i) Harold C, b. May 15, 1S85 : (ii) Grata Jean, b. Feb. 17. 18SS. 

ii. Margaret A., b. Ogle Co., 111., Nov. 29, 1855; m. Frank M. Stevens of Dubuque. 

iii. Adelaide J., b. Osage, la., Jan. 25, 1S58. 

iv. Mary E., b. Ogle Co., Dec. 22, 1S60. 

V. Charles D., b. Ogle Co., Feb. 11, 1863; lives in Gushing, la.; m. Alice J. 

Lowry. Have had (i) Lester V., b. Oct. 10, 1S87; (ii) Clarence, b. ; 

(iii) Walter. 

vi. William L., b. Pecatonica, 111., Oct. 20, 1864; lives in Moville, la.; m. Belle 
V.Sloan. Have had (i) George ClirTord ; (ii) Florence A.; (iii) Unnamed 
child, d. young; (iv) William L. 
Lucy E., b. .May 7, 1S67 ; m. Frank E. Thorne of Fredericksburg, la. 
viii. Carlton E., b. Nov. 7, 1S6S; d. 1S69. 

i-\. Gertrude L., b. and d. 1870. 

X. Bertha A., b. Aug. 8, 1872; living unm. in Pecatonica. 

1854. Hon. John R. (1230) Sanborn, born in South Roxton, P. Q^-, 
Aug. 26, 1S39. -^ prominent man there, e.x-member of the Canadian 
Parliament. Married Malvina Blampin ; lives in South Roxton. 

Children : 

i. Mary, b. April 30, 1871 : m. Fred W. Taylor. 

ii. Abram F., b. March 12, 1872. 
iii. John R., b. Feb. 25, 1S73. 
iv. George A., b. Dec. 13, 1877 ; d. 1878. . ! '■• , / . •. : . . . ^ . 

V. Mabel E., b. May 7, 1878. ■ .. ■ - 

vi. Hazel M., b. Oct. 28, 1S86. „ , ,v 

1855. Benjamin Smith (1230) Sanborn, born in South Roxton, P. Q^, 
Jan. 24, 1S45. A successful and prominent grain merchant in Chicago, 
living in the beautiful suburb of Evanston. Married March 9, 1S6S, Anna 
M. Mahaffey of Danville, P. Q^., born May 20, 1844, died Feb. 28, 1S93. 

Children : 

i. Jennie Mahaffey, b. Feb. 20, 1869; m. Nov. 19, 1896, James S. Graham of 

Evanston, 111. 
ii. Elizabeth Delight, b. Feb. 13, 1S71. 
iii. Lilian Emmeline, b. Dec 9, 1873. 
iv. Grace Anna, b. July 20, 1876. 

1857. Luther Basford (1231) Sanborn, born in Canterbury, X. H., 
March 6, 1S3S. A farmer in Holderness, N. H. Married Sept. 23, i860, 
Laura Jane Smith, of Meredith, N. H., born April 11, 1835. Died Nov. 
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Children : 

i. Edward B., b. March i. 1S62; living in Meredith, X. H. 

ii. Samuel S.. h. June 29, 1S63 ; living in Westbrook, Me. 

iii. Luthera L., b. Feb. 16, 1865; m. Blanchard of Ashland. 

iv. Carl K., b. Nov. 26. 1866; d. Nov. 10, 1886. 

V. Rose R., b. June ig, 186S; living in Holderness. 
vi. Jason E.. b. June 17, 1S70; at present a student in New Hampton, 
vii. Nona M., b. Dec. i, 1S76. 

1859. Jouy W. (1235) S.\NBORN, born in Lyndon, V^t., 1821. A car- 
penter in Sheffield, Vt. Married Oct. 12, 1S43, Lois, daughter of Giles 
Jones, died Dec. 29, 1S92. lie died Dec. 8, 1S90. 

Children : 

i. Charles H., b. Sept. 12. 1844; d. Sept. 22, 1864. 

ii. Amos H., b. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Oct. 25, 1846; a cook, living in Wheelock, 

Vt.; m. June 26. 1S70. Clara C. Stiles of Albany, Vt., b. Sept. 7, 1S50. 
iii. Ella L., b. July 20, 1S51 ; m. and d. 1895. 
iv. Emma L., b. Feb. 21. 1852; m. and d. 1891. 
V. Edna A., b. Nov. 5, 1857; m. and d. 1883. 
vi. Willey G., b. Oct. 18, 1858; a grain dealer of Wheelock. \'t.; m. Nov. 24. 

1883, Sarah A. Stevens of St. Johnsbury. b. .March 28, 1861. Had (i) 

Charles D., b. Feb. 12, 1885; (ii) Carl A., b. July 14, 1887: (iii) Clifton J.. 

b. Jan. 14, 1894. 

i860.. George P. (1240) Sanborn, born in Orange. Vt., June 4, 1S47. 

A merchant in Toledo, O., head of the tirm of Sanborn & Co. there. 

. Married July 24, 1872, Flora ^L Watson of West Topsham, Vt., born 

I April 23, 1850. - .-^ .-;:;■.;.;.. ;;-■; • ■: 

1 Children: . ": •* ^ : • • • ' 

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i i. Mabel, b. Mav 15, 1873. - - : - ..•..• • 

I ii. Oramel W., b. June 24, 1876. . . '" , . • 

i iii. Gilbert W.. b. Nov. 25, 1878. . .- _ ^ , ._ . ....-,. 

;• iv. George F., b. Aug. 15, 1S85. __ . 

i V. James G., b. Oct. 24, 18S6. . . ■• -- . 

\ vi. Ralph E., b. June 18. 1890. 

1861. George Washington (1245) Sanborn's youth was spent on 
the ancestral tarm, with his parents and brothers, on the banks ot the 
Ammonoosuc river, in Bath, N. H. In 1853, he left home to "rustle"* 
for h.imself and carve out his own fortune. Stopped first at Boston, Mass.. 
where he secured work on the Boston & Fitchburcr Railroad as " vard man." 
'. In September, 1854, with his brother Sherburn, started tor the West, finally 
locating at Milwaukee, Wis., where they had an opportunity to bring into 



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play the indomitable pluck and energy that had become theirs by inherit- 
ance. , At iNIihvaukee he secured employment as a brakeman on the Mil- 
waukee & Mississippi Railroad. He was soon made passenger conductor, 
serving in that capacitv until that railroad became part of the present sys- 
tem of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad. October 2, 1859, he 
was married to Miss Eliza E. Richards, at Monroe, Wis., born April 19. 
1832. In 1868, he was made Assistant Superintendent of the Northern 
Division of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, where he served 
until 1870, when he was promoted to Superintendent of the Iowa and 
Dakota division of the Chicacro, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad, when they 
were buildino- and reachintr out to occupv Northern Iowa, Dakota, and 
Nebraska. He remained with that line until completed to Yankton, Spring- 
field, Running Water, Chamberlain, and Sioux Falls, becoming, as it were, 
woven into the warp and woof in the development of those states. He was 
a prime factor in their development, no sacrifice being too great for him to 
make to turther the interests of the company and settlers, taking the broad 
ground that their interests were identical : that one could not suffer loss 
without the other being affected. In 1SS5, impaired health warned him 
that he must cease from such onerous labors, so during that year he re- 
signed, and rested until 1SS7, when he was offered the superintendency of 
the Southern California Railroad, which he accepted, and served with tliat 
company for two vears. In 18S9, he returned to Iowa, near Mason City. 
one of the garden spots of that lovely state, where he still lives, surrounded 
by all the comforts of an ideal home. 

Children : 

i. Harry Richards, b. July 6, 1S62; living in Huron. S. D. 
ii. George L., b. Jan. 21, 1865 ; living in Edgemont, S. D. 
iii. James S., b. March 21, 1S67 ; living in Pukwana. S. D. 
iv. Bonnie Anna, b. Dec. i. 18G9; living" unm. in Mason City, la. 

1862. SiiERBURX (1245) Sanborn, born in Bath. N. H., Sept. 15, 1834. 
Came West with his brother in 1S54, settling in Wisconsin. Since that 
time he lias devoted his life to railroading, being connected with the Mil- 
waukee & Mississippi Railroad from 1856 to 1S58, and trom 1S5S to 1S63 
in the service of the American Express Co. In 1S63, he entered the 
employ of the Chicago & North-Western Railway, or. rather, of the Chicago 
& Milwaukee Railway, which was soon bought by the larger system. He 
has risen through all grades in the railway service, and is now Gen- 
eral Superintendent of the Chicago & North-Western Railway. He has 
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superintendents in the country, and is a man of sterling worth and integrity. 
He is a member of the Sanborn family ofwliom we must all feel proud. 
since he has risen by his own eflbrts to a very dignified and important posi- 
tion. He married (i) Nov. lo, 1864, Laura L. Moss of Fort Wayne, Ind., 
born July 8, 1840, and died May 6, 1866, — no issue by this marriage; (2) 
June I, 1870, Eliza V. Gary of Milwaukee, born May 10, 1845. 

Children : . . . . • 

i. Edwin Cary, b. June 25, 1873 ! d. 1874. - ' . ...■-, 

ii. Mabel, b. July 17, 1875. ■ 

iii. Jessie E., b. Jan. 15. 1877. 

1863. James Smith (1245) Sanborn, born in Bath, N. H., Nov. 14, 
1837. Came West in 1854, settling in Wisconsin. In business for many 
years; now a successful and wealthy dealer in ice in Milwaukee, \\ is. 
Married June 12, 1872, Anna E. Estabrook of Portage, Wis., born Aug. 
13. 1847. 

Children : ' 

i. Ellen Dunlap, b. May 7, 1873. ' 

ii. Dwiglit Alexander, b. Sept. 12, 1874. , ." - ■ 

iii. Anna Louise, b. July 6, 1876. 

iv. Ralph Sherburn, b. Sept. 8, 1882. 

1864. Frank Luther (1245) Sanborn, born in Bath, N. H., Aug. 27, 
1848. A prominent and successful manufacturer in Portage, Wis. Mar- 
ried March 10, 1875, Helen E. Parker of Bloomington, 111., born Feb. 24, 
1851. . ^ 

Children : '•• ; 

i. Edith Emeline, b. April 14, 1876. ', ' • 

ii. Elizabeth Turner, b. Nov. 6. 1877. 
iii. Raymond Parker, b. Nov. 22, 1884. 

1869. Hon. John Page (1252) Sanborn, born in Fremont, N. H., 
Sept. 9, 1844. Studied at New Hampton Institution, and graduated from 
Dartmouth in 1869. He entered at once on the profession of teaching ; was 
principal of the High School in Toledo, O., for two years, and afterwards 
taught in Topsham, Me. In 1871, he resigned the last position to become 
editor of the Newport (R. I.) Daily Nezvs^ and in November, 1872, he 
became proprietor and editor of the Newport Mercury. In addition to the 
newspaper business, he established a flourishing printing and publishing 
concern. Mr. Sanborn soon became prominent in the afl'airs ot Rhode 
Island. He served as Representative from 1S79 to 1S82, and was Speaker 



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of the House in iSSi and 18S2 ; State Senator in 1SS5 and 1886, and no idle 
senator, "but one who had much to do with shaping legislation. He is now 
(1S99) in the State Legislature. In 1S80 and 1SS6 he was a delegate to 
the National Republican Convention. Commissioner on the Northern Paci- 
fic Railroad in 1S82, and to the World's Fair in Chicago, 1893, when he 
had charge of his State's celebration; and he was one of the Commis- 
sioners for the Tennessee Exposition. He has held several other offices of 
trust, serving on the school board many 3-ears. He is President and Treas- 
urer of several large corporations. 

He has gone through all the degrees of ^Masonry. Was Grand Senior 
Warden of the State Lodge, 1874-75 : High Priest, 1876-77 ; and Grand 
High Priest, 18S0-81. He became a Knight Templar in 1S76, and his 
ability and zeal gave him speedy promotion to the head of tliat organiza- 
tion, becoming Eminent Commander in 1880— '82 ; and in 1SS4, Grand 
Warder of the Grand Commandery of Massachusetts and Rhode Island ; 
in 18S5, Junior Grand Warden: and in 1S90, Grand Commander. His 
administration of aflairs has been in every way vigorous and painstaking, — 
in business, in every-day lilV, and in the important positions which he has 
held, this characteristic has been prominent. Socially he is genial and 
popular, with a manner simple and direct. He married April 7, 1870, Isa- 
bella jNI. Higbee of New Hampton, N. H., born Nov. 30, 1S44. 

Children : ^ s < 

i. Frank M.. b. Sept. 26, 187 1 ; d. 1875. . ' ■ . • ' • ', 

^•' ii. S. Florence, b. Oct. i, 1S73. , . ' ,, 

iii. Alvah H., b. March 28, 1S76. 
iv. John Royal, b. July 26, 18S3. 

1870. Alden F, (1252) Sanborn, born in Fremont, N. H., Aug. 20, 
1855. Lives on the homestead, and is a practical t'armer and man of atfairs. 
Like his brother. John Page Sanborn, he is a fine executive, and his man- 
agement of the farm is excellent. Chairman Board of Selectmen for ten 
years; Representative for two terms; prominent in the State Grange. He 
married June 26, 1881, Luna A, Gove of Raymond, N. H., born Dec. 26, 

1857. - ■■ . - -. ^ ' . . .; .^ ■• 

Children : 

i. M. Herman, b. Sept. 17, 1SS3. 
ii. Edson D., b. Dec. 22, 18S6. 

1875. Abraham Gilbert (1261) Sanborn, born in Cincinnati, O., 
Aug. 12, 1844. ^ carriage painter in Indianapolis, Ind. Married Nov. 
16, 1864, Pamelia O. Strobridge of Indianapolis, born Aug. 31, 1846. 
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Children ; 

i. James Gordon, b. Nov. 27, 1865. ' ' • 

ii. Ernest Linwood, b. Sept. 14, 1867. 

iii. Howard Gilbert, b. July 14, 1870; m. July 23, 1892, Minnie Allen of Indianapo- 
lis, b. 1873. Have had (i) Duane Bryan, b. Sept. 12, 1893; (ii) Errol Bruce, 
b. Sept. 27, 1S96, d. 1897. 
iv. Ada Strobridge, b. March 22, 1872. 
V. Hines. b. Feb. 28, 1876; d. 1881. 
vi. Caroline Belle, b. Nov. 19, 1S78. 
vii. Anna Violet, b. March 28, 18S2. 
viii. Raymond Cleveland, b. Sept. 7, 1SS7; d. 1889. 

1900. Thomas Parker (1313) Sanborn, born in Concord, Mass., 
Feb. 23, 1S65. He was born in the cottage next to and a part of the estate 
of the famous " Old Manse,"' written of by Hawthorne, and from whose 
windows the Rev. Ezra Ripley saw Concord Fight, on the historic 19th of 
April, 1776. His school education began in Springfield, but was seriouslv 
undertaken onl}^ after the return to Concord in 187?, where he studied in 
the primary schools ;ind was taught Latin and Greek by his father. He 
was a sensitive and original child, much noticed by his elders, especiallv 
by iSlr. Emerson and Ellery Channing, — going to walk with the latter and 
with his father, as soon as he was able to keep up with older persons, in 
the wood-roads and pastures of Concord, — their custom on Sunday after- 
noons for many years. 

His interest in Nature and his poetic -eye for the rural beauties of the 
various seasons were noticeable from early childhood, and appear grace- 
fully expressed in such of his serious verses as have been published here 
and there by himself, or by his father since his death. His love of books 
was equally marked, and thus he seemed designed and equipped for a lit- 
erary career. He studied at home with his father and brother, and in the » 
excellent town schools, graduating from the High School with distinction 
and entering Harvard College in 1S82, al'ter a year at Exeter, at the age of 
seventeen. 

He took no high rank in college, but devoted himself largely to reading 
and j'ournalism, having for special companions in his large class those 
youths who have since been prominent in literature and were then active 
in the satirical and critical journalism of the students. He was one of the 
editors of iho. Lampoon and \.he Adz-ocate (of the latter, his uncle Joseph 
was one of the founders), and wrote constantly for such publications in his 
Junior and Senior years. After graduating in 1886, he joined the staff of 
the Springfield Republican, with which his tather had long been connected. 



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Hf^ctor Char.ning Sanborn, 53 ycar.s 
okl, iJi^d yestrrday of jmeunicnia at 
Ills home, STS N'orth Clark strsr-et. He 
was a son of F. B. Sanborii, the last 
of liu; Coiiroru philo.sopht.Ts. niiJa s-on- 
in-!aw of the late Josf^ph Kirkland, a 
well known Chicagoan. Mr. Sanborn 
wa."^ a. note-d genealogist and the au- 
thor of many paniphle:s on the sub- 
ject. 

He is survived by a widow and two 
daugliters, CaKollne Kirkland S.a-nborn 
and Louisa Leavitt Sanborn, and a 
brother, Francis Eacheler Sanborn of 
AVestfield, X. J. 

Funeral services tomorrow at 11:30 
o'clock at Graceland chapel. 



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and was qualifying himself by various forms of journalistic work for more 
extended usefulness as editor elsewhere, when, in iS88, it was found need- 
ful for him to give up his position and return home to Concord, his health 
being seriously affected. 

! In this brilliant and sensitive youth an inherited delicacy of constitution 
combined with a retined and poetic disposition to render him unfitted for 
contact with the world. Soon at'ter his return home, confirmed melancholia 
caused his family serious alarm, but they were unprepared for the fearful 
shock caused by his suicide in ^March, 18S9. Their deep grief was shared 
b}' the many friends his affectionate disposition had made, at home, in col- 
lege, and in his too brief journalistic life. 

No collection of his writings has been published, but it is the wish of his 
father to include the select verse of this son, with such of his own as may 
be thought worthy of preservation, in a volume. He is buried in the 
pleasant Concord Cemetery, and above his grave a tablet of Pentelic 
marble, chiseled and carved in Athens, with its emblems of aspiration and 
genius, recalls his memory in a line of Greek verse, copied from an antique 
tomb in Thebes. 

1901. Victor Channing (1313) Sanborn, born in Concord, Mass., 
April 24, 1867. Went through the common schools of Concord, graduat- 
ing at the High School at the age of sixteen. On account of delicate 
health, he spent a year at home, intending to enter Harvard, for the exam- 
inations to which he was studying. In 1885 went with his father to Cornell 
jUniversity, and took a term there as an unmatriculated student. 
i Returning to Concord in the summer of 1885, he desired to enter upon a 
■business life, and on Jan. i, 1886, he began office work in Omaha, Neb., 
for the Burlington & Missouri River Railroad, under the Auditor of Freight 
and Passentrer Accounts. After a few months in that office, he was pro- 
moted to the passenger department, and for two years served as secretary to 
Mr. P. S. Eustis, General Passenger Agent. In 18SS Mr. Eustis was moved 
to Chicago, in charge of the passenger department of the parent road, the 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, and took V. C. S. with him as 
his secretary. After two years here, he was promoted to Assistant Chief 
Clerk, and for two years acted as Chief Clerk. On Jan. i, 1898, he left the 
railroad service, and eno-an-ed in the real estate and renting business in 
Chicago, under the auspices of the well known attorneys and estate agents, 
".Messrs. Burley & McSurely. 

; He married, May 28, 1S91 , Louisa Wilkinson, daughter of the well-known 
author, Maj. Joseph Kirkland of Chicago, born Nov. 7, 1866. Mrs. San- 



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born is a granddaughter of Mrs. Caroline Kirkland, the distinguished 
New York liltcratcnr^ and is also a descendant of Gov. William Bradford, 
the father of Ph'mouth colony, and on another line, of tiie Tory poet and 
Loyalist, Joseph Stansbury of Philadelphia. 

On his mother's side V. C. S. is descended from the Roxbury Williamses, 
and from the Ilolbrooks of Weymouth and the Tilestons of Dorche>ter. 
His maternal great-grandfather was Samuel Yendell, the sturdy seaman 
and ship-carpenter, who served as a boy in the Revolution on the frigate 
Tartar^ and later voyaged with " Billy Gray's" expedition to the mouth of 
the Columbia river. His great-grandfather was Mr. Samuel Holbrook.the 
Boston schoolmaster and friend of Governor Hancock, a brother of Abiah 
Holbrook, the writing-master who left to Harvard College the specimen of 
"knot-work" still amono- their curiosities, and who is buried in Granary 
Burying-Ground in Boston. Through the Williamses V. C. S. is descended 
from the Mays, Parks, and Brewers, and is connected with the Sigourneys. 

He inherited from his father a fondness for genealogy, which these ante- 
cedents stimulated, and at the age of seventeen had searched the Hampton 
and Exeter records, and laid the foundations for his part of the present 
volume. Ever since then, he has gradually accumulated material, and in 
1885 published the first accurate account of the English Sambornes. In 
1895 he was so tbrtunate as to pursue his English investigations in that 
country, and presented the results in "The American and English Sam- 
bornes," which was printed in the Granite Monthly and reprinted in 
pamphlet form. He is an enthusiastic member of the New England His- 
torical and Genealogical Society, and of the Illinois chapter of the Sons ot 
the American Revolution. 

Children : 

i. Joseph Kirkland, b. and d. June 10, 1893. 
ii. Caroline Kirkland, b. Oct. 5, 1896. 
iii. Louisa Leavitt, b. Feb. 24, 1S98. 

1902. Francis Bachiler (1313) Sanborn, born in Springfield, Mass., 
Feb. 5, 187 1. Went through the Concord schools, and moved West in iSSS 
to enter the passenger department of the Chicago, Burlington & Qiiincy 
Railroad. After two years there, he returned to Concord to assist his I'ather 
in some jmportant work at home, and acted as his secretary for a year. 
Returning to Chicago he entered the employment of the Crane Company. 
Rising with the Crane Company to the position of Assistant Superintendent 
of branches, he left them on Jan. i, 1898, to accept important duties with 
the McShane company of Baltimore, in charge of the accounts and collec- 



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tions of their New York and Brooklyn brandies. He is at present manager 
of the New York branch of the Albcrene Company. An indefatigable 
worker, he showed his ability and interest in the business, and has attached 
himself to the heads of all the important concerns with which he has been 
connected. 

1903. Frank Harris (1317) Sanborn, born in Cambridge, Mass., 
Jan. 16, 1862. A member of the important firm ofS. H. Sanborn's Sons, 
bookbinders of Boston. Lives in Everett, JNIass. Married (i) Oct. 4, 
1889, Jane Stannara Estabrook of Gloucester, Mass., born Sept. 30, 1S62, 
died Nov. 21, 1890; (2) Feb. 18, 1892, Mary Ann Kelley of Boston, born 
Nov. 30, 1867. 

Children : • ■ 

i. Mary Lucy, b. Dec. 23, 1S92. 
ii. Frank Belknap, b. Dec. 14, 1895. 
iii. Ruth Marion, b. Jan. 5, 1898. 

1904. William Sherman (1317) Sanborn, born in Cambridge, Mass., 
May 10, 1865. Engaged with his brother in the bookbinder's business in 
the firm of S. H. Sanborn's Sons. ^Married Jan. 7, 1892, Eula Maud 
Tuttle of Cambridge, born Aug. 20, 1866. Lives in Belmont, Mass. 

Child: ' 

i. Sherman Harris, b. Aug. 31, 1895. 

1907. Alvin p. (1325) Sanborn, born in Dexter, Me., Aug. 26. 1S24. 
A shoecutter of Marlboro, Mass. Married Dec. 20, 1855, Sarah Brown 
Weekes of Marlboro, born Jan. 16, 1830. 

Children : ■ 

i. Mary P., b. Oct. 23, 1856; a teacher in Marlboro. 

ii. Lucy Ames, b. Oct. 4, 1859; a teacher; m. and lives in Needham, Mass. 
iii. Sarah Sabrina, b. 1862; d. 1S64. 

iv. Alvan F., b. July 8, 1S66 ; a graduate of Harvard ; since graduation a student of 

.;. economics, and especially their relation to the poorer classes; associated with 

the Andover House Settlement in Boston, and a prolific writer on the above 

subjects ; has collected many of his articles and published them in book form : 

an interesting and observing writer, fully informed as to his specialty. 

• 

1908. John Stark (1326) Sanborn, born in North Danville, N. H., 

Oct. 5, 1821. A farmer there, where he lived and died. Married Joanna 
Brown Philbrick of Danville, born Nov. 18, 1S25, died Jan. 6, 1895. He 
died April 19, 1873. 

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Children: 

i. Levi Frank, b. June i, 1853 ; a salesman in Boston ; m. Jan. 28, 1878, Mary E. 

Norris of Exeter, N. H. ; no issue. 
ii. Mary Susan, b. Nov. iS, 1846; m. Purccll Henry Fellows of W. Brentwood, 

N. H., b. Jan. 16, 1841. 
iii. Eugene, b. Jan. 26, 1853 ; d. 1856. 
iv. James Frederick, b. ; living in No. Danville. 

i960. . Oscar (1451) Sanborn, born in Franklin, X. H., Oct. 9, 1836. 
A machinist ; for some years foreman of enirines in the iron works in Wvan- 
dotte, Mich. Now (1S97) living in Rockwood, Tenn. Married Sept. 17, 
1861, Eliza Thorn of Wyandotte, born April 4, 1S44. Both still living. 

Children : 

1. Mary Clinton, b. June iS, 1S63. ' ■ 

ii. Oscar Jonathan, b. Aug. 22, 1867. 
iii. Eugene, b. Oct. 26, 1S68. 
iv. Florence, b. July 6, 1871. 
V. Martha Rebecca, b. Dec. 16, 1872. 
vi. Ada Lawrence, b. April 28, 1874. 
vii. Nettie, b. Jan. 27, 1877. 

viii. Elizabeth, b. April 28, 1878. "~ . 

ix. Lucretia, b. Jan. 28, 1880. _ • • ' 

X. Delia, b. Oct. 27, 1882. 

xi. Anne, b. Sept. 30, 18S4. - • ■ ■ 

xii. Kate, b. Aug. 5, 18S6. , ' -' '■ ^ 

xiii. Belle, b. Jan. 18, 1889. 

2000. Jeremiah Prescott (1471) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., 
Feb. 19, 1812. x\ farmer and stone-mason in Manchester and Xewtields, 
N. H. ' Married April 14, 1841, Olive Cross, daughter of Richard Went- 
vvorth of South X'ewmarket, N. H., born in 1816 ; still living. He died 
Aug. 19, 1893. 

Children : ■ - ' > ■ ' 

i. Harriet Elizabeth, b. Sept. 13, 1843 5 unm. ; a teacher for twenty-five years. 
ii. Sarah Brodhead, b. June 22, 1845 ; d. unm., July 9, 1S77. 

iii. Rev. John Wentworth, b. in Epping, N. H., Nov. 3, 1S4S ; a .NL E. clergyman 
o*^ distinction; has made a study of the Indian races, and at the World's Fair 
was Commissioner on that subject ; has written valuable treatises in relation to 
his specialty; settled now at Olean, N. Y. ; in 1883 received honorable degree 
of A. ^L from Dartmouth ; a student of men and atiairs, and a man of thought 
and character; m. (i) June, 1873, Julia A. Sanborn (948-iv), b. 1855, d. 
1877; (2; Nov. 27, 1S86, Adelaide Hiscox. Has had (i) Marion E., b. Sept. 
3, 1874; (ii) John Wentworth, b Feb. 27, 1877, d. Dec. 7, 1896; (iii) 
Arthur Prescott, b. July 14. 1SS9; (iv) Olive Adelaide, b. Dec. 14, 11^90; (v) 
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2001. Jonathan P. (1471) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., Jan. 6, 
1817. A farmer and carpenter in Epping, where he lived and died. Mar- 
ried Feb. 10, 1841, Mary F. Rundlett of Epping, born Feb. 25, 1S19 ; died 
Feb. 10, 1895. He died Feb. 7, 1S97. 

Children : 

i. Hon. Charles W., b. in Epping, Dec. 28, 1844; received his education from tlie 
public schools of Epping, and attended Tilton Seminary; has always lived in 
Epping, and now resides on his father's farm ; a man of ability, who has served 
his town in many offices of trust ; is notary public, justice of the peace, select- 
man, and manages a successful printing-office in Epping; he was instrumental 
in securing the fine town hall of Epping, and is also a prominent Mason: m. 
1871, Julia B. Colby of Epping, b. Dec. 18, 1S49. Has had (i) M. Elizabeth, 
' b. Dec. 3, 1874; (ii) William C, b. March 23, 1877; (iii) Walter T. (twin 

to William), d. 1877 ; (iv) Clarence C, b. April 20, 1880; (v) Walter P., b. 
Oct. 15, 1883 ; (vi) Dorothy B., b. and d. 1S86. 
ii. Cyrus R., b. Dec. 24, 1846 ; m. Sept. 4, 1876, Elizabeth Hill of Concord, X. H. ; 
lives in Epping ; no issue. 

2004. Daniel Johnston (1473) S.\nborn, born in Grafton, X. H., 
Oct. 29, 1835. -^ farmer in Darwin, O. jNIarried Feb. 27, 1S62, Sarah 
E. Peeples of Meigs County, O., born Oct. 8, 1843. Both living. 

Children : 

i. Clarence Delmer, b. Nov. 3, 1S67 ; m. Oct. 14, 1891, Martha E. Lant, and lives 

in Tupper's Plains, O. Has had (i) Earl Lant; (ii) Sarah Ellen. 
ii. George E., b. July 17, 1870; m. Jan. i, 1896, Ednah Colburn, and lives in 

Pratt's Fork, O. Has had (i) Lulu May; (ii) Leo Monta. 
iii. Jesse R., b, Aug. 22, 1881. 

2020. David Jackson (1493) Sanborn, born in Somersworth, X. H., 
March 28, 1825. Served in Co. C, X. H. Infantry. An optician, living 
in Billerica, Mass. Married (i) Mar}' A. Page, died in 1866; (2) May 
28, 1869, Martha A. James. 

Children : 

i. Moore, b. in Tamworth, N. H., April 15, i860; a man of commanding presence 
and great energy and ability ; Superintendent of Agencies for the American 
Union Life Insurance Co. of New York ; m. .May 16, 1S90, .Mary B. Ricks at 
Reno, Nev., b. Aug. 16, 1859; no issue. 
ii. Mary A., b. 1S66; m. 18S1, R. S. Carr of Worcester, .Mass. 
iii. E. J., b. Oct. 11, 1871. 
iv. A. W., b. April 12, 1S73. 

2021. Hiram Moore (1493) S.\nborn, born in Somersworth, X. H., 
May II, 1834. Entered E.xeter Academy in 1855. Principal of the old 



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New York City High School ; lived in New York and Jersey City. Died 
Aug. 8, 1877. 

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i. Dr. Josiah B., b. ; a physician in Bayonne, N. J. • ' 

2022. John William (1493) Sanborn, born in Somerswortli, N. H., 
April 4, 1836. A farmer in Tamworth, N. H. Married April 2, 1866, 
Mrs. Susetta Buttles of Tamworth, born April 22, 1839, ^^^^^ 1898. 

Children : 

i, Rennie Bell, b. Feb. 16, 1S67; m. June 29, 1891, George D. Donovan of Rox- 

bury, Mass. 
ii. Samuel Everett, b. July 16, 1S70. 
iii. Lepha Ada, b. July 26, 1873. 
iv. Charles William, b. Oct. 18, 1S77. 

2023. Dr. Noah (1493) Sanborn, born in Tamworth, N. H., May 11, 
1838. At thirteen, with ^^12.50 as his capital, he left home to earn his 
living. He walked to Parsonstield, Me., where he entered a seminary as 
a working pupil, and remained two years, earning his education bv hard 

; work. Returning home, he walked to Exeter, N. H., sixty miles, to 
resume his studies. He told the principal of Phillips Academv there that 
he wanted to get a good education, and was willing to pav for it in honest 
• work. Pleased with the boy's earnestness, the principal entered him as a 
student, and Noah worked his way through as he had done at Parsonsfield. 
\ He walked home after graduation, because he had no money for car or 
1 stage fare. By work around home, he earned enough to take him through 
i Dartmouth, where he graduated as M. D. in 1S62. Then he journeyed to 
■j New York and obtained a position on the staff of Bellevue Hospital. The 
i Civil War breaking out at this time, he was appointed Surgeon tor the 5th 
'. Vt. Infantry. He served In that capacity through the war. Soon after ihe 
war ended. Dr. Sanborn moved to Bavonne, N.J,, where he soon estab- 
: lished a lucrative practice, and for twenty-two years lived in Bavonne, 
endearing himself to all by his genial manner and his earnestness and 
ability in the medical protession. He was a fine musician, and organized 
the Bayonne Musical Society, of which he was president. He was a prom- 
inent Mason and Odd Fellow, and a member of the G. A. R., and his 
funeral was impressive because of the rites of these orders. He married a 
.- daughter of Dr. Stephen Adams of Newfield, Me., who survived him, but 
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2040. Dr. Perley Lewis (1506) Sanborn, born in West Unity, X. 11., 
Sept. 7, 185 1. M. D. of Bellevue Medical College, New York, 1S77. 
Practised in Marblehead, Mass., where he still resides. Married April i, 

1880, Octavia V. Porter. A physician of distinction and ability, with a 
large and lucrative practice. 

Child: ■ .■ ' 

i. Tracy Lewis, b. 1SS9. 

2041. Hon. Tracy Eelis (1506) Sanborn, born in West Unity, N. 11., 
June 16, 1853. Educated at Colby Academy and Dartmouth College. 
He graduated from Boston University Law School in 1S78, and moved 
West in 1879. ^^^ ^'^'''^s admitted to the bar in Wisconsin and South 
Dakota, and has held public office continuously since his settling in the 
West. A man of energy, activity, and clear judicial mind, he is inval- 
uable to a new and growing community. He is now (1897) on his tourth 
term as County Judge of Deuel county, living at Clear Lake. S. D., and is 
also encracred in abstract work and real estate securities. Married Dec. 21, 

1881, Ida E. Qiiimby of Lewiston, ?vle., born Jan. 10, 1857. Both living. 

Children : 

i. Ethel Ida, b. Dec. 11, 1882. 
ii. Grace Helen, b. Nov. 17, 1S84. 
iii. Harvey Warren, b. Dec. 27, 18S8. 

2043. Jeremiah Wilson (15 10) Sanborn, born in Gilmanton, Feb. 4, 
1847. Married June 4, 1872, Belle Graham Osborn, daughter of John 
Simpson Osborn and Rachel Jane Brown. Educated in the common 
schools and academy of his native town and the academy of Pittstield. 
The art and science of acrriculture claimed much of his attention. At 
twenty-one years of age he was elected, and the following year reelected. 
Superintendent of the Public Schools of Gilmanton. At twenty-six he 
became a member of the State Board of Agriculture. At twenty-eight he 
was elected to the state legislature and reelected the succeeding year, being 
a member of committee on resolutions of the Republican State Convention. 
At twenty-nine became Superintendent of the State College farm, and during 
this service of six years was lecturer on tarm topics. His experiments on 
scientific and practical farm problems were the first regularly published 
from colleges in this country and were of an original character that attracted 
wide attention. From thence he went to the Deanship of the Agricultural 
Faculty of the Missouri State University, and was Professor of Agriculture 
and Director of Experiment Station. He was also Secretary of the Missouri 



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State Board of Agriculture, and Secretary of the Kansas City Fat Stock 
Show. 

He accepted the presidency of tlie Utah College of Agriculture in 1S89, 
then unorganized, and during the first three years made a growth unex- 
ampled in the history of agricultural colleges of the country at a similar 
age, securing 360 students in a sparsely settled community. In 1894 he 
returned East to carry out long deferred improvements on his large farm 
estate, accepting the editorship of the agricultural columns of the Mirror 
and Farmer. During the tlrst four years of his occupancy of his farm the 
crops increased threefold. He now owns and occupies the farm originally 
owned by his great-great-grandfather, Humphrey Wilson, an original pro- 
prietor of the town granted in 1727. Each succeeding owner has added to 
the estate till it now contains nearly eight hundred acres, more than one 
half of which is good field and tillage land, lying together conveniently and 
conspicuously situated upon an elevated ridge. For use with the farm he 
has about an equal amount of outlying wood and pasture land. 

Children : 

i. Harry Wilson, b. July 14, 1875, in Gilmanton. 

ii. Alice, b. Hanover, N. H., Dec. 13, 187S. ' 

ill. Carl Jeremiah, b. Columbia, Mo., Aug. g, 1S87. 

iv. Ralph George, b. and d. 1S90. 

2044. Frank Eastman (15 10) Sanborn, born in Gilmanton, X. H., 
July 22, 185 I. A grocer in Melrose, ]Mass. Married Xov. 5, 1S72, Jennie 
M., daughter of Nathaniel Batchelder of Chichester, N. H. 

Children : 

i. May A., b. Gilmanton, March 7, 1874. 
ii. Zella Elizabeth, b. Gilmanton, May 10, 1877. 
iii. Evelyn, b. Pittsfield, N. H., April 28, 1892. 

2045. William Jacob (1511) Sanborn, born in Keokuk, la., Sept. 5, 
1853. A manufacturer in Cleveland, O. Married June 17, 1884, Nellie 
A. Moore of Plattsburg, N. Y., born June 17, 1862. Both he and his wile 
are still livincr. 

Children : 

i. Harold Webster, b. Clark, S. D., March 5, 1886; d. 1895. 
ii. Marguerite, b. Clark, March 11, 188S. 
iii. Eastman Moore, b. Chicago, July 14, 1893. 

2055. Hon. John Crockett (15 15) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, 
Aug. 26, 1832. A. B. of Bowdoin, 1857. After graduation taught school 



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in North Conway, N. H., and Topsham, Me. Moved to Lawrence, Ma^s 
and read law with Hon. Daniel Saunders there. Admitted to Massachu- 
setts Bar, 1S60. Has since resided in Lawrence, where he still lives. One 
of the most honored and respected citizens of that thrivin^r citv ; has been 
Assessor of Internal Revenue, City Solicitor, and RepresenUitiv'e. Married 
bept. 12, 1861, Mary S. Kingsbury of the well-known Connecticut familv 
who was born in South Coventry, Conn., July 4, 1837, and is still living. " ' 
Children : 

_i. Kingsbury, b. Dec. 10, 1863 : m. Delia Patten, and lives in Riverside, Cal 
n. John Crockeu, b. Dec. i. 1S68; lives in Lawrence. 
iii. Paul R., b. .March 11, 1S70; d. 1879. 
iv. Mary Kingsbury, b. May 16, 1S72 ; lives in Laurence. 
V. Everett Walter, b. Dec. 22, 187S; lives in E. Tilton, N. H. 

2056. Hon. Aretas Rowe (15 15) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Aug. 
6, 1834. A. B. ot Bowdoin in 1859. Taught in Danvers, T^Lass.. iSsQ-6-^ 
Paymaster's Clerk in the Civil War, 1862-^63. Read law and was admitte'd 
to the ALassachusetts Bar in 1864 ; New York Bar, December, 1864. Prac- 
tised in New York until 1867, when he removed to Lawrence, ALass., and 
has since lived in Lawrence. A man of abilitv and integrity; also a stu- 
dent of genealogy, who has read much of the familv historv and furnished 
valuable data for his branch. Register of Deeds in Lawr'ence. Married 
Nov. 25, 1S64, Clara Page Black of Danvers, Mass., born ALarch 28, 1S41 
Both he and his wife are still livincr. 

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Children : 

i. James Black, b. Dec. 9, 1865 ; d. 1874. 
ii. Norman Page, b. Dec. 10, 1S67 ; d. 1874. 
iii. Agnes Rebecca, b. Feb. 24, 187 1. 
iv. Robert Hawthorne, b. Jan. 19, 1873; d- 1S79. 
V. Louis, b. Sept. 28, 1876; d. Oct. 15, 1891. 

2080. Isaac Newton (1524) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, Aug. 11, 
1831. A contractor, living first in Minnesota ; now ( 1897) in Pomona^^ Cal 
A man of breadth and ability. Married Sept. 10, 185S, Flora \ Sawver 
of Clinton Falls, Minn., born July 25, 1838. Both stifl living. For manv 
years Mr. Sanborn was a government mail contractor, then a merchant 
and now a contractor in brick and stone. Mrs. Sanborn is a graduate of 
Mt. Hoh'oke. 

Children : 

i. Arthur Newton, b. in Clinton Falls. Minn., Aug. 10, 1S59: a contractor in Los 
Angeles; m. Nov. 27, 1SS4, Lucy Dickinson of Windsor, Mo., b. Sept. 15, 



588 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

1861. Have had (i) John Halvor, b. Nov. 15, 1885 ; (ii) Carlton Herbert, b. 
May II, 1SS8; (iii) Leslie Franklin, b. June 21, 1891 ; (iv) Ethel Ruth, b. 
Oct. 7, 1894. 

ii. Jessie Lavinia, h. Oct. 15, 1S60; m. Jan. i, 1896, W. C. Robertson of Los 

• Angeles. 

iii. Alice Mabel, b. Aug. 25, 1862: d. 1863. 

iv. William Herbert, b. July 13, 1S65 ; d. 1S73. 

V. Alice Mabel, b. Nov. 27, 186S; lives in Pomona. 

vi. Charles Henry, b. Dec. 8, 1870; entered Pomona College, but left in his first 

year to take a position in the Los Angeles post-office, where he still is. 
vii. Bertha, b. Nov. 13, 1872 ; a graduate of Pomona College, class of 1895 ; now a 

teacher in Pomona, 
viii. Amelia, b. Dec. 29. 1S74: a graduate of Pomona College, class of 1895 ; assist- 
ant principal of Whittier (Cal.) school ; now teaches in Los Angeles High School. 

ix. Flora Anna, b. June 3, 1879; a student in Pomona College. 

2081. Alfred FIines (1524) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, April 12, 
1834. A government mail contractor in Los Angeles, Cal. Married Jan. 
16, 1861, Mary L. Sawyer of Medford, Minn., born July 19, 1841. 

Children : 

i. Alfred Willis, b. Sept. 15, 1862; m. Nov., 1889, Crissie Pattison ; live in Los 

Angeles. 
ii. Winfred Joseph, b. Dec. 2, 1869; m. June 11, 1894, ^Lary Willey ; live in Los 
Angeles. 

• 2090. John (1526) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., May 8, 1829. A 
merchant and t"armer in Epping, — a man of considerable prominence and 
abilit}'. Married Charlotte B. French of Salisbury, ]Mass., born Jan. 31, 

; 1835 ; still living. lie died May 18, 1891. 

■ Children : 

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i i. George H., b. Sept. 28, 1855 ; d. May 28, 1868. 

( ii. Edwin C, b. Oct. 10, 1859 ; a merchant in Epping; a man of ability; has been 

! very kind in furnishing data about his branch, and from the Epping records, 

' which are not very fruitful; lives unm. in Epping. 

"i iii. J. Lewis, b. Feb. 9, 1862; d. 1S65. 

2093. John Jay (1527) Sanborn, born in Epping, N. H., April 29, 
1829. A carpenter in Massachusetts and various towns in New Hampshire. 
Still living. Married Jan. 30, 1S56, Mary Elizabeth Tilton of Manchester, 
N. H., born Sept. 9, 1S28 ; still living. 

Children : 
■^' i. George Josiali, b. .NLay 3, 1861 ; living in Lowell, Mass. 

i . ii. Frederick Warren, b. Sept. 13, 1S65 ; a contractor and builder in Lowell, Mass. ; 

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A ( ^.. hnc; kindlv furnished valuable data; m. June 2. 
a man of energy and force, has kmcl>u Have had (i) 

Gladys Hope, b. x\ov. 26, 1895. - , , xt IT 

r> .. Tt^tstrvm (1=;^) Sandorn, born in Deerhekl, N. H-, 
2110. George Tristram (I^o4) - Mountain 

Boscawen, born Dec. 12, 1828, died Oct. 26, 1&65. 

Children: John B. Chase of Web- 

i GeorgiaElizabeth,b. March 2. 1850; m. Non . 2. iS, i , Joh 

ster, N. H.; who d. July 18, 1897- 
ii. Flora Angclia, b. March 5. 1852; d. 1S53. Received 

~ rn. Fred George, b. in Webster, Merrn.ack count> , >«• H "^ ^^^ ^ 4^^^ ^.^^^^^,^ 

a common school education in 1^ ----^ t^^l^eV. .hen .9 years of 
Free High School in Warner, N. H The tol o ^^^^ ^^_^^ 

age. taught one term of eleven weeks school in H-^'^^^^^;,^ ^g 

.. , ,c_, fnrr-iliforn.i. arriving in San tranL.SLO. reu. 4. /4 

school m January,! S74. for Lai lorn . ' f.,(, ,|,is for thirteen 

■ Within ten days was at >vork driving a nrW, agon, k^^lo^^^^ 

months, and then found employnren. ,n the "^- -'■;"° ^^ ^^.^^ ,„^ ,,„g, 

- Bancroft & Co., publishers and booksellers. i";\^°'^ *' j^^„^ „,- .,, 

of the agency ^departinent, putting on U, ^^J^^^^^^^ ^„, ,„ ,3,, 

. - ■ Pacific States. • In ^'7-^^^'^^ „f „,e educational department. 

.vas again transfer ed "" '"f '°;^„ „ ,=,, been announced that no one 

This position was held until lS!>3.»n"" = the Dosition was given 

but a Bancroft should ever be an owner in *= ^^ ns e po ,^^ ^^ 

, , .. up, and an interest purchased in the old law-bock '- ^ "'ff^^ ,„, ,„„„,, 

.'. ' Co. In .886 a fire destroyed the house of A. L Ban ol>^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^ 

- thereafter the law department of that conrpan; "^ /" *f ™j,^„^^„,-,_,V,,i,ney ■ 
„i,h Sumner. ^VMtney . Co under le c o - _e of^B_^^^ ^^^^ ,^ ^^^ 

. Co. The management of this company Vice-President 

...,.., hands of three men, of whom .Mr. Sanborn I one^ 3"; ^'^ ^"ourt Reports of 
, .. ,, , and Treasurer. This company own and f^^^ ^^J ;/7;7„„„.„,. J, many 
the states of California, Nevada, Oregon, '^^^'^f^n and publish the .Ameri- 
local books in use on the Pacific coast. The; also on P ^^_^ ^.^|. 

can Series of Selected and Annotated Cases, hich l"^ "°> J 
umes, and have a large list of general law P"W-..ons. ^ ^^ n 

m. Helen Peck, a young lady of -= '^""■'" >,„^ ," .So hildren have 
York state, but from childhood resided in San Fiancl.co. 

blessed this union, 

X85.. A farn^ei- and granite worker '" ^-0"." Fj'^;^' s^„bornton. 
Oct. 27, ,1874, Gertrude E., daughter ot Arthur J. C.ockett 
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590 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Children : . • • • ' . 

i. Harry Crockett, b. Jan. 11, 1877. 
ii. Nancy May, b. Sept. 20. 1S7S. 
iii. Mattie J., b. Feb. 25, 1886. 
iv. Daniel A., b. March 28, 1888. 
- V. Ruth C, b. Feb. 5, 189 J. I 

2I2I. Orville Burleigh (1549) Sanborn, born in Sanbornton, June 
4, 1855. Lives in Palouse, Wash. Married Sept. 13, 1886, NeUie G. 
Kinman of Idaho, born Nov. 11, 1S64. 

Children : , 

i. Guy R., b. March 15, 1889. 
ii. Frederick Burleigh, b. June 20, 1891. 

2130. WiLLL\M R. (1558) Sanborn, born x-\pril 7, 1842. Lived in 
Bridgeport, Conn., and married in Hartford, Vt., Oct. 25, 1866, Nancy M. 
Sprague, who survives him, and is now living with her family in Bridgeport. 

Children : : ' ' - 

i. William Sprague, b. Aug. 19, 1867. ' ^ 

ii. Emeline Sprague, b. Sept. 6, 1S69. • •, . • - . 

iii. George Perkins, b. Oct. 7, 187 1. - ■ ,'-■.' 

iv. Albert Gould, b. July 14, 1875. *• ■' • '[■■■ "' . '- 

V. Athela Simpson, b. May 26, 1877. '•- 7- '■ • 5. 

vi. Howard Jedediah, b. Jan. 2, 1S82. . •. ' " ' '. ■ -^ 

vii. Harris Gillette, b. July 10, 1885. 

2140. Hon. Walter Henry (1575) Sanborn, LL. D., Judge of the 
United States Circuit Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit and ex officio 
Judge of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for that circuit, was born 
on Sanborn's Hill in Epsom, N. H., Oct. 19, 1S45. The ancestral farm on 
which he was born has been occupied as a homestead by his lineal ancestors 
since 1752, and is now owned by Judge Sanborn and his uncle. Gen. John 
B, Sanborn of St. Paul. It comprises three hundred acres of land, and upon 
it stand two lar^e houses, one of which, the Sanborn homestead, is more 
than a century old, and stands upon the hill so that Mount Washington is 
visible from its veranda. 

Judge Sanborn is the eldest son of Hon. Henry F. Sanborn of Epsom, 
N. H., and Eunice Davis of Princeton. Mass., who were married in 1S43. 
He is a son of the American Revolution. His direct lineal ancestor on the 
father's side, Eliphalet Sanborn, served as a soldier for the Colonies in the 
'Revolution, and died from the effect of injuries he received in that service. 
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^773' -775» 1776' ^^'^ i777> ^^''^ ^^'^s one of its selectmen in 1772, 1773? 

and 1774. Ji-idge Sanborn's great-grandtather, Thomas Davis, served 

under Prescott at Bunker Hill, participated in the Battle at White Plains, 

was one of the Colonial armv which compelled and witnessed the surrender 

of Burgoyne, continued his service until the close of the war, and was one 

'of the soldiers present whom Webster addressed as "venerable men" at 

!the laying of the corner-stone of Bunker Hill Monument in 1825. Hon. 

jjosiah Sanborn, the son of Eliphalet, was elected a member of the New 

(Hampshire State Senate for three terms, a member of the House of Repre- 

i sentatives of that state for ein-ht terms, and a selectman of his native town 

! for twentv years. Hon. Henrv F. Sanborn, the father of the Judge, entered 

[Dartmouth College, but tailing health compelled him to abandon a protes- 

i sional career, and he returned to the farm. When the State Senate of New 

j Hampshire was composed of but twelve members, he was elected to that 

I body (1S66), and was reelected in 1867. He was elected a member of the 

I House of Representatives of that state in 1855, and a selectman of his native 

j town for six years. 

In his boyhood. Judge Sanborn worked on his father's farm in New 

! Hampshire, and fitted himself for Dartmouth College by attending the 

I academies and high schools in his vicinitv. When sixteen vears of age he 

j began to teach school to obtain money to pay for his education. He 

entered Dartmouth College, New Hampshire, in 1S63, taught school during 

j each winter of his college course, was chosen in 1866 by all the students of 

\ the college one of two participants 'in the annual college debate, led his 

class for the four years of the course and was graduated with the highest 

honors as its valedictorian, in June, 1867. In February of that year he had 

become the principal of the High School at Miltord, N. H., and he held 

this position until February, 1S70, when he declined a proffered increase of 

salary, resigned his position, and went to St. Paul, Minn., where he was 

admitted to*the Bar in the Supreme Court of that state in February, 187 1. 

Dartmouth College conferred upon him the degree of LL. D. on June 19, 
1893. He had before received from this college the degrees of A. B. and 
A. M. 

On the 1st day of May, 1S71, he formed a partnership for the practice of 
law with Gen. John B. Sanborn, under the name of John B. and W. H. 
Sanborn, and continued to practise law as a member of that firm until Feb. 
10, 1892, Vv'hen he was nominated United States Circuit Judge by President 
Harrison. He was one of the attorneys in more than forty-tour hundred 
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one of tlie counsel for tlie defense in tlie famous impeachment trial of Judge 
E. St. Julien Cox before the Senate of the State of Minnesota. In 1S89, he 
discovered the tact that the law under which the city attorne}', Hon. Wil- 
liam P. Murray, was elected was unconstitutional, caused the city council 
to meet and elect Hon. O. E. Holman, corporation attorney, and then con- 
ducted through the courts the quo zvarraiito proceedings which resulted in 
triumphantly seating Mr. Holman, his client. {State \. Murray^ 41 ?vlinn. 
123.) It was he who argued the unconstitutionality of the •' Dressed Beef 
Act" of the Minnesota Legislature of 1SS9, and when the tirst arrest for its 
violation was made he obtained a writ of habeas corpus t'rom the L nited 
States Circuit Court, and in that court and in the United States Supreme 
court sustained his position that the law was in violation of the commercial 
clause of the Constitution and void. (/;/ ;r Barber, 39 Federal Reporter 41 : 
Alinnesota v. Barber, 136 U. S. 313.) 

In 1885 he was elected Treasurer of the State Bar Association of St. Paul, 
and in 1SS9 he was selected bv the attorneys of the city by ballot as one of 
four candidates from whom the Governor should select two district judges 
for the County of Ramsey, but he was not chosen by the Governor. In 
1890 he was elected President of the St. Paul Bar Association. 

In Freemasonry he was respected and honored. In 1886, 1S87, and 
1888 he was elected and reelected Eminent Commander of Damascus Com- 
mandery, No. i, of St. Paul, the oldest organization of Knights Templar in 
the state and one of the strongest and most tamous in the country. In 1889 
he was elected Grand Commander of the Knights Templar of the state of 
Minnesota, and in the great parade at Washington at the Triennial Conclave 
in October of that year, he was Marshal of the nth Division and organized 
and led the Templars often states. 

In the municipal affairs of the city of St. Paul he played no unimportant 
part. In 187S he was elected a member of the City Council of St. Paul, and 
was then its youngest member. In 18S0 he removed his residence trom 
the ward which he then represented to St. Anthony Hill, and in 18S5 he 
was again elected a member of the City Council Irom that district, which 
was the wealthiest aud most influential in the city. From that time until 
his elevation to the bench, he remained a member of the council and only 
resigned his position to enter upon the discharge of his duties as Circuit 
ludffe. DurincT his service in the Citv Council, he was elected its \ ice- 
President, and was the leading spirit on the committees that prepared, 
recommended, and finally passed the ordinances under which the electric 
and cable systems of street railways in that citv were introduced and are 



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no«' operated. When he entered the council, there was not a foot of pave- 

enerletc """"'"""'" '" "^ ^'^ •^""'°">- "'" d-'™'- "^^ ""der hs 

Sur^S A '"""■°"- " "■''•" °' ""'^ ^""^^^^ -'' -^-'y •-•"-s, including 

wirk nl^rrr' "-d, ,"•""'■ •'-'-■-*"• -<' supp,ied\vith cememside' 

Irot that K "' T "° "'-' '"" '°"^' "'^ ^ ^"'g'^ ^^^idence tract so 

large that ,s so beaut.lully, expensively, and uniformlv improved. 

In poI,t,cs Judge Sanborn is a Republican. In 1S90 he was President of 

of the" r" ^.r;'" °' "■ ^'■""- '" '"^ -''^"^ y^'^ '^^ "•- ^'--" ^-i™an 
fiteen^^ ''.'!"," ■',.°"r"'''°"- "'' '" ""■■>" f°''''-' ~"'-' ^^ 'he 
and inCuial. "° "' ^'"■"'°" '° ''^ '"^"^'^ '^ "- -'■-' --.-«-. 

In .S79 he delivered the 4th of July oration in the Citv of St. Paul and 
h,s series as a public speaker have been frequentlv in d'emand. 

N H The'f' /'• ;"' ""■'■"' '° '^'^^ ^'"■'>- F- B-ce of .Milford. 
Hm^Hnl tn ••' ™ "". '"" ''°- '" '''■■S'"''-' -^-"- on St. Anthonv 

and wtsbu 1 bv M°"s'T •• '':"'' '•^' ™°'" "^•''" '"■^"'>- °''' -*^ '-" 
<ina was Duilt b} .Mr. Sanborn m 1879. 

Un?ted^t'/°V;'^^'' 'V'' "°'"'"-'"<=d by President Harrison Judge of the 
foUn T ■'"" ^°"'' ''°'' "^^ ^"^ J"'"^i'-'' ^'"-^-t- '•'nd on March i- 

S V "%.:.; •:-''°',"'r"' --^^ '^°"'^™^'' ">• "^e -anlmous vote oft, 
of th'unted S T < ■ " '^T"'"""' '^^ ''^""^ °"^ °' "- three members 
ne^in^anU , . ?^ Tc ^°"''' °'" -^PP^"'''^ '"^ 'hat circuit, the tribunal 
next ,n rank to the United States Supreme Court 

Judge Sanborn came not unprepared for the work. Clearness of nerceo- 
tion, generosity of labor in research accurarv in ^„f I j Pe^cep- 
.strenfrfii in ri-v,;„ ■ . • • 'estarcn, accuracy in detail and statement. 
ouahVe ; k"' '"" '""'^ of justice, and knowledge of the law are 

qualities and characteristics which he possessed in a hi.h decree The 

e -peri:: :"in° la"' "T'' "^"'^ "™ ^ "-''''' '^"'■-•- ""^ "'^ "his ,!„: 

ficat ons Ii d ^''K '"""'"S P^''"'^'^ •-«' 'he bar added to these quali^ 

upon uih f „ '; r ""' ''""-^' ^^"'"P^^ '°^ '"^ '-"^> -"^ he entered 

ofS'imnorlf ^''"'T"'' °'"'""'" "-"^^ ""' ""'' ""^^ ''P°" 'he bench are 
ot great importance, and some of them are original in their authoritv The 

h tir^vir " "\"^^' ''"'■ '^™ "' '"^ C"-" Court of A^ eals^t 

great inter^.f J ,' '^' ^' ^^^- 5°9- These cases involved 

great interest., and presented nice distinctions ot" law, that were Dre.^ed 
upon the^^court b, .ost able and persistent counsel. ^1?:^!^^:^' 



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594 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

Railway Company had made contracts with the Chicago, Rock Island & 
Pacific Railway Company and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 
Company, by which it leased to each ot" these companies for the term of 999 
years the joint and equal possession and use of its tracks over its bridge 
across the Missouri river at Omaha. After these contracts were partially 
executed, the Union Pacific Companv refused to perform and undertook to 
repudiate them. The Rock Island Company and the St. Paul Company 
brought suits and obtained decrees for their specitic performance. The 
Union Pacific Company appealed from these decrees, and insisted that the 
contracts were ultra vires of the Pacific Company, that the specific per- 
formance thereof could not be enforced in equity because the acts to be per- 
formed under them were so numerous and complicated and because the 
contracts were unt"air. 

The opinion of Judge Sanborn was exhaustive, but so clear, vigorous, 
and convincing that it challenged the attention of the bar and placed him 
at once upon a high plane of superiority, from which he has steadily risen 
as his work progressed. It opened with a concise statement of the limits 
of the powers of corporations created under legislative grants. It then 
reviewed the decisions of the Supreme Court upon the powers of such cor- 
porations, and carefully analyzed -the contracts and demonstrated that it 
was not beyond the ordinary powers of a railroad corporation to let to 
another the use of its lines so long as it was not thereby disabled from the 
full performance of its duties to the state and the public. The acts of con- 
gress relative to the construction and use of railroad bridges over the great 
rivers were examined and shown to have fairly empowered the Pacific 
Company to make its contracts of lease. 

Each of the questions presented in these cases was treated in the most 
masterly manner. The decrees below were affirmed, and the opinion ot 
Judge Sanborn has since been reviewed and affirmed by the Supreme 
Court. 

In Barnes v. Poirier, 27 U. S. App. 500, 12 C. C. A. 9, 64 Fed. 14. 
Judge Sanborn delivered an opinion on the assignability of additional home- 
steads, which was quoted with approval bv the Supreme Court in Webster v, 
Luther, 16 Sup. Ct. Rep. 963-966, and which seems to have settled that 
question. In this opinion is shown the disposition of the Judge to avoid the 
pitfall of technicalities, and to give to the law the breadth of construction 
necessary to the accomplishment of the original intention. 

It would seem that the multitude of cases and decisions involving the law 
of negligence would have exhausted all possibilities of novelty in facts and 



THE AMERICAN SAXBORNS. 595 

interest in opinions, but in cases where Judge Sanborn has delivered opin- 
ions upon this branch of the law, he has, by his careful statement of the 
principles, his clear-cut discrimination in their application, and his free use 
of the faculty of common, sense, created new leading cases. Examples ot 
these are: ilnion Pacifc Railway Co. v. Jarvi\ lo U. S. App. 439, 53 
Fed. 65, involving the questions of defective appliances and contributory 
negligence; Bohn Mfg. Co. v. Erickson, 12 U. S. App. 260, 55 Fed. 943, 
which discusses with remarkable clearness the question of latent danger ; 
Ozven V. Ilarlcy, 12 U. S. App. 574, 56 Fed. 973, which treats of nearly 
every question likely to arise in a case of personal injury occurring to an 
employe in his employment: What Cheer Coal Co. v. Johnson, 12 L. S. 
App. 490, 56 Fed. Sio, upon the question of vice-principal, and the distinc- 
tions to be made by reason of extent or grade of authority ; City 0/ Minne- 
apolis v. Lundin, 7 C C A. 344, 58 Fed. 525, which is a very strong case 
on the doctrine of "fellow servant" and the application thereof to conditions 
arising from the performance of work by a municipality through its official 
servants ; and Chicago, St. Panl, etc., Ry. Co. v. Elliott, 12 U. S- App. 381, 
in which Judge Sanborn defines "proximate cause," as understood in law, 
states the rules for its discovery and the reason for these rules, and illumines 
the entire subject with clearness of statement and wealth of illustration. 

Questions arising upon municipal bonds have been much before the court, 
and Judge Sanborn has written many opinions in these cases. In Xational 
Life Insurance Co. v. Board of Education of the City of Huron, 27 U. S. 
App. 244, his opinion contains the most exhaustive review of the authori- 
ties upon the effect of the usual recitals in such bonds, and the most con- 
cise and complete statement of the established rules for their construction to 
be found in the books. The opinion is, in fact, a most thorough and satis- 
factory treatise on the subject, and outside of its purpose as a decision in 
the case, will be of the greatest value to the bar and investors in municipal 
securities. 

The leading case under the Sherman Anti-Trust Act, as it applies to traffic 
contracts and transportation companies, is United States v. Trans-Missouri 
Association, 19 U. S. App. 36. Certain railway companies entered into a 
contract forming a freight association, agreeing to establish and maintain 
such rates, rules, and regulations for freight traffic between competitive 
points as a committee of their own choosing should deem reasonable, but 
providing that the rates and rules so established should be public and be 
subject to change at any monthly meeting upon notice, and that any mem- 
ber might disregard the same and even withdraw from the association upon 



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59^ SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

notice. It appeared that the effect of the operation of the association had 
been to diminish rather than to increase rates. In this case, Judge Sanborn 
held that the contract was in accord with the policy of the Interstate Com- 
merce Act as tending to make competition open and fair, and was not void, 
in an opinion which contains a most complete citation and review of authori- 
ties, and is undoubtedlv the most thorough discussion of the effect of the 
Anti-Trust Act upon association contracts that has been delivered by the 
courts. This decision was subsequently reversed b}- the Supreme Court by 
a vote of five to four, but a majority of the judges to whom the question was 
presented in the course of the litigation, from its inception to its close, 
agreed with Judge Sanborn. 

The character and effect of the decisions and conveyances of the Land 
Department of the United States have probably never been so carefully con- 
sidered, or so clearly stated, as in Judge Sanborn's opinion in Uuited Stales 
V. Winona d- St. Peter R)\ Co., 15 C. C. A. 96. 

His opinion in Minneapolis v. Reuni., 12 U. S. App. 446-481, has proba- 
bly awakened m.ore interest and created more public comment than has any 
other case in the court. The point involved was the exclusive right and 
power of Congress, under the Constitution, to fix the rules and requirements 
upon which a foreign subject may become a citizen of the United States, or 
of a state. 

Children : - - . . 

i. Nellie Grace, b. Oct. i, 1875. ' > 

ii. Marion Emily, b. July 16, 1879. .. • ■. ;••" 

iii. Bruce Walter, b. July 1 1, 1882. ' - ; 

iv. Henry Frederick, b. Nov. 11, 18S8. 

2141. Hon. Edward Payson (1575) Sanborn, born in Epsom, May 
19, 1853. A. B. of Dartmouth in 1876. A lawyer of St. Paul, a partner 
of Gen. John B. Sanborn, and a man of versatility and great insight into 
the principles of the law. Mr. Sanborn is one of the leading Masons in 
his state. He is Eminent Commander of Damascus Commandery ot 
Knights Templar. He is also one of the most influential Republicans 
in St. Paul, and represents the wealthv St. Anthony Hill district in the 
City Council. Married Nov. 21, 1884, Susan Dana of St. Paul, born April 
24, 1861. Both he and his wife are living, but have no children. 

2160. Joseph Herbert (1602) Sanborn, born in Monroe, Me., Dec. 
2, 1845. A prosperous and prominent merchant of Vinalhaven, Me., a mem- 
ber of the Vinalhaven Fish Co. Prominent in society and business. Mar- 
ried Dec. 25, 1872, Villa M. Grant of Frankfort, Me., born April 16, 1S4S. 




Moses Lenuslev Sanborn, of Boston. 

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Children : 

i. Heibert Warren, b. April 27, 1875 ; d. 1881. 
ii. Laura Blanche, b. Oct. 13, 1876. 
iii. Henry Lee, b. April 8, 1S82. 
iv. Leon Wilfred, b. Sept. 15, 1883. 
V. Helen Louise, b. Oct. 2, 1SS5. 

2170. Orestes Brown (1634) Sanborn, born in Baldwin, Me., May 
2, 1845. A shoemaker in Conway Centre, N. H. A man of original ideas 
and a great sense of humor. He has been very kind in furnishincr data for 
his branch. Married (i) March 2, 1S67, Olive Jane Guptill of Baldwin, 
born Dec. 25, 1844, died without issue April 4, 1870; (2) Mehitabel Mc- 
Keon of Chatham, N. H., trom whom he was divorced about 1880, and 
who afterwards married Abraham Anderson of Fryeburg, Me. ; (3) Mary 
Jane Whitaker, born in Conway, N. H., July 30, 1854, still living. 

Children: " ■ 

i. Winfield Scott, b. April 16, 1872 ; a farmer in Stowe, Me. : m. March 24, 1893, 
Susan E., dau. of Lorenzo Blake of Centre Conway, N. H., b. Sept. 12, 1S77. 
Have had (i) Lorenzo B., b. Feb. 14, 1S94 ; (ii) Harriet E., b. April 21, 1895. 

ii. William M., b. Jan. 23, 1874; m. Mary Wiggins of Chatham. 
iii. Frank P., b. about 1886. 

2171. Joseph H. (1634) S.a.nborn, born in Baldwin, Me., Sept. 17, 
1846. A successful farmer in Freedom, N. H. Married March 12, 1874, 
Ann M. Judkins of Freedom, born Jan. i, 1855. Both he and his wife are 
living. 

Child: ■ • 

i. Henry F., b. Nov. 26, 1S75 ; a farmer in Freedom, N. H., m. Feb. 21, 1896, 
Alice E. Oilman of Freedom, b. May 26, 1880; no issue. 

2174. MosES Lendsley (1637) Sanborn, was born in Baldwin, Cum- 
berland county. Me., Sept. 30, 1858. After attending the town schools in 
Denmark, Me., at the age of fourteen he entered the Fryeburg (Me.) 
Academy ; the same year he taught his tirst school in Denmark. He pur- 
sued his studies at Frveburg for four terms, and then entered the Bridg- 
ton (Me.) High School, from which he graduated first in the class of 1878. 
Entering Bowdoin College in July of the latter vear, he remained there for 
three years, and then, on account of ill health, transl'erred to Dartmouth 
College, where he entered the Senior class and graduated in 1882, and 
received his decrree of A. B., and three vears later the degree of A. M. 
Following graduation he taught High school for three years — one year in 
Vermont, one year in Massachusetts, and one year in Maine. Subse- 



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598 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

quently he read law with ?vIattocks. Coombs & Neal in Portland, Me., and 
was admitted to the Cumberland Bar in Portland, May 20, 1SS6. He then 
moved to Boston, Mass., and was admitted to the Suffolk Bar, July 20, 
1886. 

Since the latter date Mr. Sanborn has practised his profession in Boston, 
where he has established a large and lucrative law business. In November, 

1892, he defended a client who was arrested for violating the Game Law of 
Massachusetts, and he raised a point of law as to the effect of the legis- 
lature repealing a certain section of the act, passing a law in its place in 
order to change the' period of close time, and he claimed that this neces- 
sarily repealed the whole Game Law of Massachusetts, as all the other sec- 
tions in the act depended upon it, and as that particular section had been 
repealed and not substituted for it. He was sustained, and Massachusetts 
was without a Game Law until the next legislature convened. In August, 

1893, he defended and won the suit brought against E. \V. Walker & Co., 
by Emily A. Corliss, widow of George H. Corliss, the great inventor, 
which settled the right of publishers and others to publish portraits and 
biographical sketches of public men. 

Mr. Sanborn is a Republican in political principles, and was a member 
of the convention at Lewiston in 1886 that nominated Joseph R. Bodwell 
for Governor of Maine. In 1880 he took the census of Denmark, Me., 
under Gen. Francis A. Walker. He is a member of Hugh de Payens 
Commandery, Knights Templar of Melrose, Mass. He now resides in 
Boston. While in Dartmouth College he was a member of the Theta Delta 
Chi fraternity. He was married Sept. 16, 1896, to H. Bertha Falconer of 
Boston. 



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Page 24. XXIII. Francis Samborne, " 28 Oct., 1558. Francis Sam- 
burne, son of John of Tymesborowghe, co. Som., arm., late apprentice 
of Nicholas Philpott, als. Myhvarde of Bristol, grocer, by indenture 25 
March 2-3 Philip & Mar}', apprenticed to Roger Philpot als. INIihvard, 
grocer for residue of term of 9 years." (Bristol [Glouc] Apprentice 
Rolls, Vol. I, p. 627.) 

Page 49. Line 7 from bottom. 1650 vice 1700. 

Page 75. The letter t'rom John Samborne to Capt. William Trask deserves 
especial mention. It was found by V. C. S. in Salem Court Files 
(Vol. I, p. 108), and reads as follows: 

♦' Louing Sir I kindly salute you in the lord and I am very sorry that you have 
suffered so much conserning the mill stores {s/ofics) thinkeing my selefe much 
ingaged to you for your ieneti touerdes me for the time past This is to sertify 
that this berer will satisfy you nineten pound and for the res * * » j ^ould 
intreat you to forbere me a little longer and * * * you very shortly And in 
case this berer does not * * * vvill be at Salam if extreeme wether doo not 

* * * nt me good sir be not to forward to enter your acttion * • • f^rst 
of the Court in Case I cum not the first day So with many thankes to you for your 
former kindnes I rest 

Youres inn that I may 

John Samburne 
from hamton the 18 of the io*''» m° 48 
I pray remember my comendationes 

* ♦ * r wife and I hope you 

* * * inke if it had bene my owne ■' ' ' ■ 
debt I would have paid you ' ,. 
long ere this time " • - " ". . '■'.'. 

-- No further record occurs concerning this matter, and it is left in 
doubt for whom John Samborne was acting. Apparently he had some 
interest in the first Hampton mill. I^Ir. William B. Trask of Boston, 
who is publishing some notes on his family, writes me : " Capt. Wil- 
liam Trask, one of the ' Old Planters' of Salem, may have come over 
in 1628. He was probably born in Somersetshire about 1587. He 
was a captain in the Pequod war in 1637 ; was an original member of 



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the First church in Salem; was one of the first freemen in 1630, and 
served many years as Deputy to the General Court. In 1636 he built 
a water-mill in Salem for grinding corn ; four years after, a tide-mill ; 
and in 1640 also, says Felt, a fulling-mill, not far from his corn-mill." 
It. is wortii noting also that Trask came from Somersetshire, probably 
from East Coker, a parish in the Southern part of the county, near 
Maiden Newton, Dorset, where the Sambornes were settled. 

Page 143. Kingston Sanborns : Female descents from John Sanborn 
(144); families of Conner, Jones, Farson, and Bundy ; Appleton 
and Hook connection. 

144. John (54) Sanborn, born in Kingston, July 30, 1743. See page 
143. His second wife was Elizabeth Hook, whose descent and connection 
with the Appleton family is shown in the following pedigree : 



Jacob Hook of Kingston =^ Molly 



I 

Elizabeth 
b. 1749; 
m. John 
Sanborn 

(144)- 



Phineas, 

Nabby, 

Sally, 

d. infants. 



Molly = Rev. Joseph Appleton, 
of Brookfield, Mass. 



Sally =^ Dr. Levi Bartlett. 
son of Gov. Josiah 
Bartlett. 



Phineas, 
Joseph, 
d. young. 



Abigail E., Hon. William Appleton, Sally, Mary Ann, 

m. David a wealthy and prominent m. m. Asa Stevens 

Starrett of merchant of Boston ; Burnham of Mt. Vernon, 

Hillsboro', N. H. member of congress. of Hillsboro'. N. H. 
B. 1786, d. 1862. 



Of the children of John (144) we will here follow Nos. iv and vii only : 

iv. Polly, b. Dec. 21, 1778; m. May 9, 1806. Amos Jones of Barre, Vt., b. 1773- 
d. 1841. Their children were (i) Elizabeth Hook Sanborn, b. 1809. m. 1S37, 
■ Nathan Allen, d. Chicago, Sept. 1858 ; (ii) Stevens Sanborn Jones, b. July 22, 
1813. Mr. Jones was one of the earliest settlers of Illinois, moving there in 
1838 and establishing himself in St. Charles, 111., where he lived, a lawyer and 
editor, until his death in Chicago, March 15, 1877. He m. May i, 1838, 
Lavinia M. Camp of Hyde Park, Vt , b. Nov. 15, 1815, and still living. 
They had, — 

i. Mary Elizabeth Jones, b. Nov. 11. 1839; m. Aug. 19, 1862, John Curtis 
Bundy of Evanston, 111., and had (i) George M. S. Bundy, b. 1863, d. 1870: 
(li) Gertrude Mary Bundy, b. April 27, 1S69, m. Lewis W. Parker. 

ii. George Henry Jones, b. 1844; d. unm. 1866. 

iii. Lavinia M. Jones, b. and d. 1850. 

iv. Clara M. Jones, b. Feb. 8, 1851; m. 1873, Robert Bruce Farson of 
Chicago, and have (i) Robert Bruce Farson, b. July i, 1883. Mrs. Farson is 
a distinguished woman, prominent in club life and in the wiser movements for 
the higher education and advancement of women. She is president of the 
Illinois Federation of Woman's Clubs. 



ADDENDA. 6oi 

vii. Hannah, b. Sept. 12, 1787; m. Jan. 24, 1808, Gideon Conner of Newbury- 
port, Mass., and d. Dec. 3, 1873. They had four children: (i) Mary L., d. 
in infancy; (ii) Stevens Sanborn Conner, b. 1811, d. 1S50: (iii) Dr. I'hineas 
Sanborn Conner, b. Aug. 22, 1813, d. Sept. 27, 1854; (iv) Jacob Hook Con- 
ner, b. 181 5, d. in Westtield, Mass. 

Their second son. Dr. Phineas Sanborn Conner, had (i) Dr. Phineas San- 
born Conner of Cincinnati, O., a prominent physician and surgeon, and ap- 
pointed by President .McKinley on the Examining Board in tlie Investigation 
of the War Department. In 1855 he entered Dartmouth College, and gradu- 
ated in July, 1S59. Twenty-five years later the college conferred upon him the 
degree of LL. D. Attending medical lectures at the Medical College of Ohio, 
and at Jefferson Medical College, he received the degree of M. D. from the lat- 
ter institution in March, 1861. In 1861 he was assigned to duty at Columbian 
Hospital, Washington, being commissioned Assistant Surgeon United States 
army in April, 1862. In August, 1866, he resigned, having been brevetted 
Captain and Major for " faithful and meritorious services during the war." Set- 
tling in Cincinnati, he was appointed Professor of Surgery in the Cincinnati 
College of .Medicine, and later Professor of Chemistry in the Medical College of 
Ohio. In 18S7 he was transferred to the chair of surgery. In 1878 he was 
made Professor of Surgery in Dartmouth Medical School. 

(ii) Hon. John Sanborn Conner, a distinguished jurist and lawyer of Cin- 
cinnati, the second son of Dr Phineas Sanborn Conner and Eliza Sanborn, 
was b. at Cincinnati, June 30, 1S44. His father was the son of Gideon Conner 
of Newburyport, Mass., and Hannah Sanborn of Kingston, N. H. His mother 
was the daughter of Phineas Sanborn of Kingston, X. H., and Keziah Pritchard 
of Camden county, N. C. .Mr. Conner's boyhood was spent principally in Cin- 
cinnati, he receiving his education in the public schools of that city. In 1861 
he went East to prepare for college, going in the fall of that year to the Cale- 
donia County Grammar school at Peacham, Vt., where he remained until Feb- 
ruary, 1862, when he entered Dartmouth College, and graduated in 1865. In 
the fall of that year, he went to his mother's old home in North Carolina, to 
look after the family property there that had been in the line of the contending 
armies. Returning to Cincinnati, in January, 1S66, he entered the office ot 
Gen. Edward F. Xoyes, the solicitor of the city, and began the study of law. 
Graduating from the Cincinnati Law School in May, 1868, he immediately 
began the practice of his profession, as clerk and title examiner in the solici- 
tor's office, and in April, 1S69, was appointed First Assistant Solicitor of the 
city, and held that position for four years. Going into private practice in 1873, 
he continued therein until the fall of iSSi, when he was elected one of the 
Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton County, O., and took his seat 
in February, 18S2. After serving the judicial term of five years, he resumed 
private practice in Cincinnati, and has been actively engaged therein ever since. 
On the 7th of September, 1S71, Mr. Conner was m. to Miss Levietta Bart- 
lett, dau. of Dr. Levi S. Bartlett (a grandson of Gov. Josiah Bartlett, a signer 
of the Declaration of Independence) of Kingston. X. H.. and Aroline E. San- 
born of the same place. They have one child, Edna Bartlett Conner, b. Aug. 



602 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

6, 1876, who was m. March 2, 1898, to John Watt, Esq., an attorney-at-law 
of New Orleans, La. 

(iii) Charles Stevens Conner of Norfolk, Va., engaged in the lumber and 
machinery business. 

Page 176. Sarah Rand, who m. Reuben Sanborn (232), was dau. of John 
Rand and Lydia, dau. of Jonathan Wentworth. 

Page 203. 312-ii. Reuben, b. June 16, 1794. My notes were from D. H. S. 
General Sanborn writes : " This Reuben had a. large family, all girls 
but one. I remember Harriet was the oldest, Lucretia next, and there 
were two other girls, and a boy whose name was Lewis. All this fam- 
ily are dead except the youngest daugiUer." 

Patre 210. Thomas Wentworth of Baldwin, who m. Hannah Sanborn 
(336-iii), was son of John Wentworth. 

Page 225. Insert under 3S8 the following additional children : 

977A ix. Lewis Warner, b. May 30, 1862. 

X. Alice Louise Hillyer, b. MaV 27, 1865; d. 1866. 
977B xi. Wallace Hobart, b. March 31, 1S68. 

Page 287. Ambrose Sanborn's (570-v) first wife was Lucinda Ellen Went- 
wortii, b. April 3, 1848, dau. of Sinai Wentworth. 

Page 289. Louisa W. Russell, who m. Joseph D. Sanborn (575-v), was 
dau. of David Russell and Mary, dau. of Gershom Wentworth. 

Page 290. Mary Wentworth, who m. James Sanborn (579), was dau. of 
Ephraim. ^ ... 

Page 291.. John Sanborn (581) lived in Wakefield ; his dau. x\lmira m. 
(i) Clements: (2) Jacob S. Adams. 

Page 314. Eliza R. Sanborn (664-v) m. John Wentworth Mathes, who 
was grandson of Hall Wentworth. 

Page 383. 955-i- Ella A. (not E.) Sanborn, who m. H. W. Sanborn, was 
dau. of William Henry Sanborn (956). 

956. William Henry (374) Sanborn had tollowing children: 
i. Lydia Elizabeth, b. .March 22, 1852. 
ii. William Frederick, b. Jan. 29, 1S54; m., and d. 1890. 
iii. Charles Edward, b. 1S56; d. young. 

iv. Sarah Almanda, b. Feb. i, 1S5S: m. twice. ' ' ■ 

V. Ella Alicia, b. in Chicago, April 7, 1862 ; m. H. W. Sanborn (955-i)- 



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959- John Alexander (376) Sanborn, d. lately. Left one child 
only, Mrs. Eliz. Doyle of Wakefield, Mass. 

Page 403. 1064. Dr. Bigelou- Thatcher (439; Sanborn has had the 
tollowing children : 

i. Maud L., b. Nov. 6, 1876. 
ii. Warren B., b. Feb. 9. 187S. 
iii. Walter M., b. Sept. 29, 1883. 
iv. Ray L., b. Sept. 8, 1S87. 

^'^Vf.'' M ^2?^' HoN.^ John William (587) Sanborn, born in Wake- 
field, N. H., Jan. 16, 1S22. By the courtesy of a relative, we are 
able to give a more extended account of this distinguished member of 
ne lamiiy. Mr. Sanborn was a member of the New Hampshire state 
legislature in 1S61-62, and a member of the executive council in 186^ • 
a state senator in 1S74- 75- being president of that body durincr the 
latter year; a member of the constitutional conventions of 1876" and 
1889, and was Democratic candidate for Congress in iSSo 

He has been a trustee of the Xew Hampshire Insane Asvlum • is 
now a trustee of the New Hampshire Agricultural College, aDirector 
of the Manchester & Lawrence Railroad and Mount Washincrton Rail- 
way, and Director and Vice-President of the Granite State Fire Insur- 
ance Co., and Portsmouth Fire Association, and President of the Wolf- 
boro Loan and Banking Co. 

From 1874 to 1884 he was Superintendent of the Conwav Division of 
the Lastern Railroad, is now and has been from that time; Superinten- 
dent of the Northern division of the B. & M. R. R. ; was Actina Gen- 
eral Manager of the B. & M. R. R. from Feb. 4, 1892, to March i, 
■ 1694- In 1874 received the honorary degree of A. M. from Dart- 
mouth. Sanbornville, at the junction of the main line of the Northern 
division of the B. & M. R, R. and the Wolfborough branch, was 
named lor him, and it is through his activity and effort that the place- 
has been built up to be one of the most important in Carroll Countv. 
Xvl'ttf'T.."^^"''^^ ^'^ ^'^- '- ^^'-^9- Almira J. Chapman of 

mi ' ^ "r'^^" ''^-^' ^' ^^-^^'' ^-^^ J-^ - ^894; (.) Sept. 10. 
1896, Juha A. Thurston of Freedom, N. H. 

Children: " • 

i. Charles W., b. Dec. 19. 1S49; m. Dec, 1S72. Addie E. Smith of Wakeneld. 
N. H., d. Jan. 17, 18S6. 



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ii. Ellen J., b. Oct. lo, 1857; tl. 1858. 

iii. Lillian, b. May 23, 1S63; m. May 23, 1SS8, H. E. Rogers of Woifborough, 
N. H. 

Page 462. 

1301 i. William Manson Sanborn m. Clara H. Fernald. Children: (i) Ralph Joshua 
William, b. 1875, f^- 1S77; (ii) Maude Fernald, b. Nov. 5, 1S77 ; (iii) llarry 
\ Brackett, b. May 22, iSSi. 

'■■ Page 504. 1473. John Ward (757) Sanborn, married Lydia C. John- 

; son, born Dec. 27, 1810, died March 30, 1898. 

1 Children : 

* . i. Charles, b. July 7, 1S30; a ivagon maker, living near Hemlock Grove, O. ; m. 
] (i) Lucy Story, b. July 30, 1S34, d. Nov. 14. 1S80; (2) Sally Rush, widow 
" _ ■ of Adoniram Story. Had (i) Mary Ella, b. Nov. 8, 1854, m. Martiii V. Buck 
J of Lacrosse, Mo. ; (ii) Edward Enos, b. Feb. 29, 1856, a carpenter of Milford 
\ Centre, O., m. May 17, 1888, Ida May Congrove oi Irwin, O., b. July 22, 

• " _ 1864; (iii) Brazilla Hosmer, b. JAzy 23, 1858, a jeweler oi Middleport, O., 
i va. Bina Hoyt, b. July 28, 1S61. Children: Bessie H., b. April 24, 1886: 
\ __^ Harley S., b. Jan. i, 1888; Max R., b. Dec. 31. 1889. (iv) Herbert Horace, 
|- • ■" b. Dec. 14, 1862, a carpenter living at Xewark, Cal. 

; ii. Amos Brewster, b. May 25. 1832 ; a farmer, living near Bashan, O. ; m. Jan. 17, 

\ 1856, Mary Miller, b. Sept. 11, 1832. He d. Aug. 14, 1S97. Children: 

\ Eliza A., b. May 24, 1857, m. Joseph Carson; Rhoda E., b. Oct. 5, 1859; 

\ Jennie L.. b. Feb. 7, 1863, m. John .Miller; Mattie, b. Dec. 8, 1S65, m. John 

': Roberts; John W., b. .Aug. 6, 1869, m. Laura Allen. 

; 2004 iii. Daniel Johnston, b. Oct. 29, 1835. 

t ^ iv. Sarah D., b. June 27, 1838 ; m. Eli Hayes; d. in 1889. 

j V. Emma .\L, b. Oct. 2i,*i848; m. Francis M. Whaley ; d. Aug., 1898. 

Page 508. 1489. Col. Cyrus King (764) Sanborn. 

\ Children : 

I ■ i. Ella Hobbs, b. Aug. 23, 1852; m. Dr. John Beecher and d. June 17, 1S78, 

\ leaving one son, Thornton F. Beecher, who changed his name to Sanborn, 

I- and is a chemist, now in the Sandwich Islands. He has one son, McCiary 

YicAAi^ Sanborn, b. 1S93. 
ii. George Hobbs, b. Feb. 28, 1854; lived in Boston; m. July 21, 187S, Lillian 
\ Knight Hodgdon, and d. June 9, 1888, leaving one son, Cyrus .Ashton Rollins 

Sanborn, b. March 13, 1882, living in Somerville, Mass. .Mrs. Sanborn has 
furnished the data for this branch. 
iii. Junia Hobbs, b. Oct. 23, 1857; m. James H. Irish of Gorham, Me., and has 
had eight children. 



APPENDIX. 



REVOLUTIONARY SANBORXS. 

Abbreviations: X. H., New Hampshire Rolls : R. P. R., Revolutionary Pension Rolls. 

Aaron (182) of Sanbornton ; aet. 32 in 1775 i lieut. in Capt. Clough's co., in 1775. 

(N. H. xiv, 143 ; xvii, 8) 
Abner (308) of Hampton Falls; enl. in Capt. Elkins's co., May 25, 1775; Corp., 

Aug. 1775 ; sgd. rect. for coat money, Oct., 1775 ; marched to join the army at 

Medford, Aug., 1775 ; served in Saratoga campaign, 1777, in Col. Moulton's 
! reg- ; drafted for R. I. campaign in June, 1778, but refused to pass muster or 

take his pay. (N. H., xiv, 118, 137, 192, 158; xv, 411, 489) Pensioner in 

1834, aet. 88, Ivg. in York Co., Me., ser. in N. H. Cont. line. (R. P. R., Maine) 
Abraham (79) of Poplin ; 2d lieut. in Capt. W. Rowe's co., enl. May 25, 1775 : lieut. 

in Capt. \Vm. Prescott's co. in N. Y. campaign, 1776. (N. H. xiv, 109, 413) 
Abraham, Jr. (216), enl. in Capt. D.Gordon's co. forN.Y. campaign, 1776; served in 

Trenton campaign, 1777 ; enl. for R. I. campaign, Aug., 1778. (X. H. xiv, 453, 

532 ; XV, 564) 
Abraham ( ), drummer in Capt. Page's co., R. I. campaign, 1777. (N. H. xv, 

249, 251, 253) Private Capt. Webster's co., 1775. (N. H. xvii, 32) 
Benjamin (134 or 185), schoolmaster of Poplin, aet. 38 (.') in 1775 ; enl. Capt. Nor- 

ris's CO., May 26, 1775; rec. for coat money, Oct., 1775; corp., Aug., 1775. 

(N. H. xiv, 116, 128, 1S9) 
Benjamin ( ) enl. for Saratoga campaign in Capt. N. Ambrose's co. from Moulton- 

boro' and adj., Sept., 1777. (N. H. xv, 392) 
Benjamin (272) of Salisbury, N. H., aet. 18 in 1778; enl. in Mass. reg., 1778: 

private in 3d co., 2d N. H< reg., 17S1. 3 mos. man. (X. H. xv, 754: xvi, 264, 
"" ' 273) Served in Jere Hill's co.. Col. Phinney's reg. (Mass. Archives) 

Benjamin (495) of Nottingham, aet. 18 in 17S1, 5 ft., freckled; enl. for Xorthwood 

in Contl. army, 1781. (X. H. xvi, 243, 513.) Of Washington Co., Me.; pri- 
vate N. H. militia; on roll 1818; aet. 72 in 1834. 
Benjamin (209) returned as soldier from Candia, July 5, 17S2. (X. H. xvi. 500) 

Private in Capt. Peter Coiiin's co., 1775. (X. H. .xvii, 28) Private in Capt. 

Head's CO., 1781. (X. H.xvii, 430) Of Orange, Orange Co., Vt. ; widow Rhoda's 

appn. for pension susp. for further proof. 
Benjamin ( ) of W^ashington Co., N. Y. ; private in 13th inf.; d. Dec. i, i8i4r- 

heirs Ransom, Jacob, and Stillwell Sanburn ; ann. allowance £48, i8i5-'2o.' 

(R. P. R. N. Y.) Of Strafford Co., Vt. ; private X. H. militia; on rolls 1S33 ; 

pens. com. 1831 ; aet. 74 in 1834. 



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Benjamin ( ) 2d, of Cumberland Co, Me.; private X. H. militia; on roll 1S19; 
pens. com. 1S19 ; aet. 70 in 1834. 

Bradbury (78-i), serf^t. Capt. Pike's co., Col. Senter's reg., for R. I. c.impaign, July 
2, 1777. (N. H. XV, 242) Served also in Capt. Isaac Sherman's co., Col. Raid- 
win's reg. (Mass. Archives) 

Daniel ( ), private in Capt. Simon Marston's co., Col. Senter's reg., for R. I. cam- 
paign, Aug., 1777 ; capt. was from Deerfield. (N. H. xv, 267) 

Daniel (179), maj. of 3d X. H. reg. in 1775. 

Daniel Tilton (195-i), private in Capt. Ebenezer Sanborn's co. for Ticonderoga, in 
1777, from Meredith and adj.; private in Capt. Chase Taylor's co., from San- 
bornton, for Bennington campaign. (X. H. xv, 134, 171) 

David (244) of Sandown ; private in Capt. Webster's co., 1775 ; private in Capt. X'. 
Brown's co. for defence of Portsmouth Harbor, Oct. i, 1776 ; served there until 
1777; then in Ticonderoga campaign; presented claim for £^ los. losses at 
Ticonderoga. (X'. H. xiv, 3S8, 494, 516; xvi, 526) Of Hillsborough Co., 
N. H., Rev. pensioner; private X. H. Contl. line; on/ roll 18 19; pens. com. 
1818; aet. 81 in 1S34; susp. 1S20; rest. 1824. (R. P. R. X. H.) 

David (6i-i), private in Stephen Jenkins's co., Col. Gerrish's reg. (Mass. Archives'^ 

Dudley (100), sergt. Capt. Hobbs's co. for defence of Piscataqua Harbor, 1776; 
ensign Capt. X'ay's co. for Canada service, July 10, 1776. (X'". H. xiv, 229, 350) 

Ebenezer (199) of Xorth Hampton; enl. in Capt. Elkins's co.. May 27, 1775: 
served rest of that year ; marched to join the army at Medford ; rect. for coat 
money, Oct. 10, 1775. (X^. H. xiv, 118, 139, 158, 192, 255) 

Ebenezer (151) of Haverhill, X. H. ; cordwainer in Capt. Thornton's co., 1775: 
■ sergt. in 2d co. rangers, enl. July 12, 1775. disch. Dec. 31, 1775; private in 

j. Capt. Stevens's co. for defence of Conn. River frontier, April, 1778; allowed 

i £4. IIS. 4d. for scouting; capt. of extra company, June 20, 1780, 12th X. H. 

i inf. (sometimes called of Haverhill, sometimes of Bath, X. H.) (X. H.xiv, 166 ; 

1 XV, 587 ; xvi. 543, 924; xvii, 14) 

'> Edward (194) of Deerfield, private in Capt. X'athan Sanborn's co. for X. Y. cam- 
paign, Sept., 1776. (X. H. xiv, 398) 

Elijah (212), private in Capt. Page's co., Col. Senter's reg., for R. I. campaign? 
Sept., 1777. (X. H. XV. 253) 

Elijah (212) of Stafford, Genesee co., X. Y. ; appn. for pension rejected because he 
did not serve six months. (R. P. R. X''. Y'.) 

Eliphalet (120) enl. in Capt. Emery's co. for the X"^. Y. campaign, Sept. 30, 1776. 
(N. H. XV, 253) 

Enos (140), private Capt. Abram French's co. at Great Island for defence of Piscata- 
qua Harbor, 1775. (X. H. xiv, 226) 

Ephraim (245), private Capt. R. Crawford's co. at Great Island for defence of 
Piscataqua Harbor. 1775. (X. H. xiv, 227) 

Enoch (154), private in Joseph Sevey's co.. Col. Foster's reg. (Mass. .Archives) 



REVOLUTIONARY SANDORNS. 6o7 

Ethax ( ) served in Roger Libby's co. from Cumberland co. (Mass. Archives) 

James (205) of Epping; aet. 19 in 1775; enl. May 36, 1775, in Capt. Xorris's co. ; 
served in Capt. Clements's co. for Bemis Heights and Ticonderoga, 1776 ; corp 
Jan. 12, 1777 : marched to Ticonderoga. (X. H. xiv 116 39^) 

James (123), probably of Hampton; corp. in Capt. Moses Leavitfs co., Saratoga 
campaign, Sept., 1777; enl. again in same co. for defence of R I ,773- pri- 
vate in same co. on West Point campaign. 17S0. (X H xv --ig -.'^ • xvi'i->- 

James (474) of Sanbornton ; private in 3d X. H. reg., 7th co.' V'h^.xv 7-.-4' 
XVI, 232.) Pensioner in 1S34; Ivg. in Strafford Co., X. H., having served as 
private in X. H. Contl. line. (R. P. R. X. H.) 

James (123), called Junior; enl. in Elkins's co. for defence of Portsmouth Harbor 
1775- (N. H. xiv, 252) 

James private in Capt. X. Brown's co., Col. David Gilman's reg., April :6. 1776 
(N. H. xiv, 300) 

James (474), fifer in 3d reg., 7th co., Aug. i, 1780, and again in i.Si. (X H xvi 

37, 27S) 
JABE2 (59-iii). private in Stephen Jenkins's co., Col. Johnson's reg. (Mass. Archives) 
Jeremiah (6z-iv), private in Capt. Mabury's co., Col. Francis's reg.; res. Pearson- 
town. (Mass. Archives) 
j Jeremiah (249) of Kensington ; husbandman, aet. iS ; enl. in Capt. Winthroo Rowe's 

i . CO June 3, 1775,; rec. coat money, Oct., 1775. (X. H. xiv, m, 190.) hi Straf- 

f V J°; o^"; P'"'^°"^^ °" ^°^1 '^33: pens. com. 1S31 ; aet. 76 in 1S33. 

I (i\. H. K.. i^, X.) 

Jeremiah ^C5_o6)^of^ Sanbornton; aet. 16; enl. into a Contl. reg., July 6. 17S0. 

Jeremiah (506)' of Strafford co., N. H. ; pensioner on roll 1833; pens. com. 1831- 
aet. 69 in 1S33. (R. p. R. x. H.) ' 

Jeremiah (96) of Epping; sergt. in Capt. Clark's co., 1775. (y H xvii -'4^ 
jETHRo.(x45), private in Capt. John Calef's co., in Tash's reg., for X. Y. campaic^n 
1776. (X. H. xiv, 404) ^ == " 

Q. Was he the same who was in Capt. Webster's co., 1775 ' (X H xvii -2) 
Private in Capt. Currier's co.. Col. Drake's reg., Saratoga campaign, Sept., i"7'77. 
(X. H. XV, 323) 

JEWETT (217) Of Kensington, aet. 16; a husbandman; enl. in Capt. Rowe's co 
June 3, 1775; rec. coat money, Oct., 1775; enl. in Capt. Prescotfs co.. in Tash's 
reg. for xX. \. campaign, 1776; enl. in Capt. Parsons's co.. Col. Senter's re- 
fer defence of R. I., Sept., X777. (N. H. xiv, ::x, 190,413; xv,25S) Pensioner 
m 1S33; Ivg. in Strafford CO., X. H. ; aet. 75 in 1S33. (R P R X H ) 

John (152) of Haverhill, X. H. ; aet. 27; enl. in Capt. Bedel's co., June ^i 17-5- 
called ist CO. of Rangers; rec. for pay, July 8, 1775 ^ disch. Dec. 31. 1775 • enl 
in Capt. Hutchms's co. for Saratoga campaign, 1777. (N. H. xiv, 160, 161, 
165; XV, 279, 281) 



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John (?) probably of Rye or Greenland; enl. in Capt. Parsons's co., Col. David Gil- 
man's reg., for N. Y. campaign, 1776. (N. H. xiv, 450) 
John (69-ix) of Epping ; enl. in Capt. McClary's co., 1777; enl. in Capt. James 
Norris's co., March 17, 1777 ; deserted at Bennington, aet. 24 in 1778; 5 ft. 9, 
light compL, brown hair, blue eyes; enl. in 1781 for three years (town return). 
(N. H. xiv, 564; XV, 440; xiv, 616 ; xvi, 645) 
John (86) of Barnstead ; enl. April 15, 1777, in Capt. Morrill's co., Col. Stark's reg.; 

enl. again in 177S for three years. (N. H. xiv, 603 ; xv, 449) 
John (193) of Loudon; enl. in Capt. Sias's co. for defence of R. I., Aug., 1778. 
(N. H. XV, 513.) ist lieut. in loth co.. Col. Stickney's reg., 1776. (N. H. xiv, 
261) 
John, b. in Kingston; Ivd. in Exeter; aet. ss- 6 ft. 2, dark compl. ; absentee from 

2d reg. in 1779. (N. H. xv, 627) 
John (142) of Sandown ; recruited from there, May 15, 17S2. (N. H. xvi, 519) 
John, drummer in Capt. Webster's co., for Bennington campaign, July, 1777, — raised 

from militia. (N. H. xv, 164) 
John (290), corp. in Col. Moulton's reg. from Hampton, enl. for Saratoga campaign 
in 1777. (N. H. XV, 417.) Enl. in Capt. Eben Webster's co. for the defence 
of R. I., Aug., .778. (X. H. XV, 514) 
John, private in Sergt. Philip Page's Scouts, 1782. (N. H. xvi, 299) 
John (166), a pensioner, Ivg. in Cumberland Co., Me. ; aet. 76 in 1833. Had served 

in Mass. line. (Me. P. R.) 
John, 2D, a pensioner, Ivg. in Cumberland Co., Me. ; aet. 92 in 1832 ; d. Jan. 4, 1832. 

(Me. P. R.) 
John P. ^299), enl. May 8, 1775 ; served 3 mos., i d. (N. H. xiv, 67) 
John Smith (80), a husbandman of Kensington, aet. 36 ; enl. as drummer of Capt. 
•-.. Rowe's CO.; rec. coat money Oct., 1775; served in Capt. Clifford's co. for 
defence of Piscataqua harbor, 1775; private in Col. Wyman's reg. for Canada 
expedition, 1776; private in Capt. Robinson's co., Col. Hale's reg., 1777; enl. 
May 19, 1778, in same co., for 3 yrs. ; deserted at Stillwater, Jan., 1778 ; aet. 37 : 
6 ft. I, light compl., dark hair, blue eyes ; private in 3d co., 2d N. H. reg., 1779. 
(N. H. xiv, 109, 190, 232, 312, 627 ; XV, 442, 457, 721) 
John (166), served in Capt. Pike's reg. from Cumberland Co.; res. Pepperrellboro', 

Me. (Mass. Archives) Said also to have served 4 yrs. under Col. Cilley. 
Jonathan (2;^;^), service given on Mass. Archives; res. said to have been Pearson- 
town. 
Jonathan (204) of Epping, a cordwainer, aet. 22 ; enl. in Capt. Norris's co., 1775 ; 
corp. in a short time ; enl. May 26, 1775 ; rec. coat money Oct., 1775. 

Who was the Jonathan in Capt. Clough's co. in Oct., 1775 ? (^- ^- ^^^'' ^9-1-) 
Jonathan, Jr. (236), of Hawke, enl. in Capt. Quimby's co.. Col. Gale's reg., for de- 
fence of R. I., Aug., 1778. (N. H. XV, 560) He had enl. before in Col. Drake's 
reg., but a subst. went in his stead. (N. H. xv, 342) 



REVOLUTIONARY SANBORN'S. 609 

Jonathan Hoi;bs (472), enl. in Chase Taylor's co. from Sanbornton, July, 1777, for 
Bennington campaign; enl. in Capt. Badger's reg. from Sanbornton, July 20, 

1779. (N. H. XV, 173, 668) 

Jonathan (236) of Hawke, prob. the Jonathan, Jr., mentioned above, enl. in Col. 

Drake's reg., Capt. Currier's co., for Saratoga campaign, 1777. (N. H. xv, 323) 
Jonathan (;iT,^), a pensioner, Ivg. in Cumberland Co., Me., aet. 73 in 1833 ; had 

, served in Mass. line. (Me. R. P. R.) 
Joseph, perhaps of Canterbury, enl. in Capt. Sias's co.. Col. David Oilman's reg., 

Dec, 1776, for N. Y. campaign. (N. H. xiv, 456) 
Joseph (7S-ii) of Newmarket, aet. 19 in 1779; 5 ft. 6, light compl. ; enl. in Capt. 

Hutchins's co., Col. Cilley's reg., for N. Y. campaign ; was wounded and left at 

Albany on furlough; on town records is shown as a deserter. (X. H. xiv, 563, 

611 ; XV, 439: xvi, 514) 
Joseph (329) of Brentwood, enl. May 7, 1777, in Capt. Gray's co. ; served in ist co., 

3d N. H. reg., and was disch. Jan. i, 1780. (N". H. xiv, 565, 660; xv, 727; 

xvi, 43.) Of Strafford Co., N. H. ; a pensioner in 1833, aet. 73 ; on roll 1819 ; 

pens. com. 1818. (N. H. R. P. R.) 
Joseph, private in Capt. Willoughby's co. from Plymouth and vicinity for Ticonde- 

roga, 1777. (N. H. xv, 125) 
Joseph, private in David Copp's co., 1775. (N. H. xvii, 29) 
Joseph, acknowledged rect. for 3 yrs. pay in Contl. army. (X. H. xvi, 58 1) 
Joseph, private in 8th co.. ist X. H. reg., 1779. (X. H. xv, 718) 
Joseph (87), enl. April 16, 1780, in Col. co., 3d N. H. reg., and was disch. 

1780. (xX. H. xvi, 184) 

Joseph (320) of Waterboro', York Co., Me. Widow Betsey's appn. for pension sus- 
pended for proof that he was the J. S. who served as 3-years' man in Col. Scam- 
mel's reg. (Me. R. P. R.) 

Joseph (221) of Strafford Co.. X^. H., a pensioner in 1833 ; served as private in X'. H. 
Contl. line; aet. 73 in 1833 ; pens. com. 1831 ; on roll 1832. 

Josiah (196) of Sanbornton, ist lieut. in Co. 3, Col. Badger's reg., 1776; lieut. in 
Capt. Smith's co. from Meredith and vicinity for Ticonderoga, July, 1777; ist 
lieut. in co. faised for defence of northern frontier, 1781 ; lieut. in Capt. Moody's 
CO., Col. Baldwin's reg., for N. Y. campaign, Sept. 30, 1776. (N. H. xiv, 296, 
432; XV, 133; xvi, 281) 

JosiAH (306) of Epping, private in Capt. Mark Wiggin's co., Col. Long's reg., for de- 
fence: of Piscataqua harbor, 1776, and for Ticonderoga, Sept. 30, 1776; served 
to Jan. I, 1777 ; re-enl. and served in 1777, marching to Ticonderoga. (X^. H. 
xiv, 370, 378, 492, 515.) Of Moultonborough and vicinity, prrvate in Capt. 
Ambrose's co. for Saratoga campaign, Sept., 1777. (X''. H. xv, 392) 

JosiAH, private in Capt. Sias's CO. for Trenton campaign, Jan., 1777. (X^. H. xiv, 531) 

JosiAH, prob. of Kensington, private in Capt. Worthen's co. for defence of R. I., 
April I, 1778. (X. H. XV, 474) 

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6lO ' APPENDIX. 

JosiAH (508) of Sanbornton, private in the co. (for defence of northern frontier^ of 

which Josiah (196) was ist lieut., 17S1. (N. H. xvi, 281) 
JosiAH of Stratham, enl. July 8, 1782. (N. H. xvi. 520) 
Josiah of Connecticut, 1776, enl. in Capt. Satterlee's co., April 16; re-enl. Jan. i, 

^777- (Conn. Men. in Rev.) 
JosiAH (508) of Strafford Co., N. H., a pensioner in 1S33, aet. 68; private N. H. 

Contl. line; on roll 1833 '■> pe"S. com. 183 1. (N. PI. R. P. R.) 
Levi (170), private in Capt. Henry Elkins's co. for defence of Piscataqua harbor, 
1775; private in Capt. Wm. Prescott's co., Tash's reg., for X. Y. campaign, 
1776; private in Capt. Parsons's co. for defence of R. I., 1777. (X- H. xiv, 
230, 413; XV, 256, 259) 

Q. Was the above Levi the man of that name Ivg. in 1833 in Rensselaer Co.. 

N. Y., who was put on the pens, rolls in 183 1, having served in Mass. militia? 

He was aet. 74 in 1833. (N. Y. R. P. R.) 

Mark (153) of Haverhill, X. H., served in Col. Warner's reg. in Jerseys, 1775 ; served 

in Capt. Barron's co. for defence of Conn. River frontier, Col. Bedel's reg., April, 

1778 ; allowed ^i for scouts in 17S1. (X. H. xiv, 547 ; xv, 593 ; xvi, 541) 

Matthew Xealley (497) of Xottingham, private in Capt. Cutting Cilley's co. for 

defence of Piscataqua harbor, 1775; enl. in Jan., 1777, in Capt. Weare's co. ; 

re-enl. and served continuously through the war; corp. in 5th co., 3d reg., 1779 : 

sergt. in Capt. Fry's co., 1781 ; in 17S1 enl.- for Brentwood ; described as aet. 

22, 5 ft. 6, dark compl. (X. H. xiv, 231, 570, 641 ; xv, 422, 730, 734; xvi, 194, 

220, 245, 278.) Of Somerset Co., jSIe., a pensioner in 1819, dating from 1818 ; 

dropped 1820; again on roll 1S32, dating from 1831 ; aet. 77 in 1833. (Me. 

R. P. R.) 

Meshech (60-vi), enl. in Capt. Moses Leavitt's co. for the defence of R. I., 17S1. 

(N. H. XV, 523) 
Moses (130) of Kingston, private in Capt. Mark Wiggin's co. for defence of Piscata- 
qua harbor and Ticonderoga; enl. Sept. 30, 1776; called also of Kensington; 
served to the spring of 1777 ; marched to Ticonderoga. (N". H. xiv, 370, 377, 
492, 515.) Of Hillsborough Co., X. H., in 181S; a pensioner on roll in i3i8; 
aet. 78 at his death, June 27, 182 1. (N. H. R. P. R.) 
■ Moses (181), prob. of Chester, X. H., sergt. in Capt. Joseph Dearborn's co.. Col. 
Wyman's reg., for Canada exp., 1776. (X''. H. xiv, 327) 
I Moses of Epping? corpl. in Capt. Clark's co., 1775. (X". H. xvii, 25) 

1- . Moses, private in Capt. Clifford's co. for defence of Piscataqua harbor, 1775. (X". H. 
! xiv, 232) 

' Moses, private in Capt. Porter Oilman's co.. Col. Oilman's reg., for Saratoga cam- 

:. paign, Sept., 1777. (X. H. xv, 285, 291) 

Nathan (190) of Deerfield : capt. in Col. Tash's co. for X. Y. campaign, 1776 ; capt. 
•? in Col. Evans's reg. in Saratoga campaign, 1777 ; on X. H. pension roll, 1789, 

I! ■ aet. 54; disabled Oct. 7, 1777, by wound in arm at Battle of Bemis's Heights; 



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lived in Deerfield, unfit for service; pens. com. Dec. 15, 1777. Pension cert, in 
N. H. Rev. Papers, — "This may certify that Capt. Nathan Sanborn of Col. 
Evans's Reg., at Bemis Heights, near Stillwater, on the 7th day of October, 
1777, received a musket-ball from the enemy which entered his shoulder near 
his breast; and I extracted it. (Signed) Levi Dearborn, Surgeon." (X. H. 
^•V' 397 ; -"^\'. 300-310; xvi, 331, 447-449) On Rev. pension rolls, which show 
date of his death, Aug. 13, 1S14. 

Nathaniel, private in Capt. Henry Elkins's co. for defence of Piscataqua harbor, 
1775. (N. H. xiv, 253) 

NATH.A.NIEL (238), private in Capt. Kimball's co.. Col. Oilman's reg., raised for Sara- 
toga campaign, Sept., 1777. (N. H. xv, 285, 291) 

Nathaniel (94), prob. of Epping, private in Capt. Clark's co., Nov. 22, 1775. (X. H. 
xvii, 25) 

Nathaniel (99), on Lexington Alarm-List from W'ethersfield, Conn., 1775. (Conn. 
Men in Revolution, p. 25) 

Paul (135), service given on Mass. Archives; said to have res. at Yarmouth. Of 
Cumberland Co., Me.: Ivg. in 1833, aet. 72: had served in Mass. line, and v.as 
a pensioner, dating from 181S. (Me. R. P. R.) 

Paul (321) of Wakefield, X. H. ; aet. 17 in 1777 ; enl. for 3 yrs. in Capt. Carr's co.. 

Col. Poor's reg., and served in 177S and 1779 ; enl. for North Hill, N. H., April 

20, 1781 ; disch. Dec. 21, 1781. (X. H. xiv, 561, 581, 621 ; xv, 449. 722 : xvi, 

• •• 257) In 1883, Ivg. in Ontario Co., X. Y., was on the pension rolls: had served 

in N. H. line as a private; on roll 1S18, pens. com. 1818. (X. Y. R. P. R.) 

Peter (138), ist lieut. in 6th co.. Col. Waldron's reg., March 6. 1776. (X. H. xiv, 476) 

Peter (240) of Sandown, private in Capt. Currier's co.. Col. Drake's reg., for Sara- 
toga campaign, Sept., 1777. (X. H. xv., 322.) Of Lowell, Orleans Co., Vt. 
Abigail's appn. for pension susp. for proof of marriage (R. P. R. Vt.) ; appar- 

. . ently this was furnished, for we find that he was placed on the rolls, dating from 
1831, having d. in Orleans Co., Vt., Dec. 22, 1832, aet. 80; put on roll in 1S34. 
(R. P. R. Vt.) 

Peter (165), service given on Mass. Archives; said to have les. in Pearsontown. 
Of Cumberland Co., Me.; aet. 75 at his death on Aug. 6, 1S27 ; a pensioner, 
• dating from 18 iS, having served in Mass. line. (Me. R. P. R. ) 

Reuben (241) of Chester, X. H., aet. 20, in 1775 : enl. in Capt. Hutchins's co.. May 
4, 1775 ; served more than 3 mos. ; in Sept., 1777, enl. in Capt. Collins's co. for 
Saratoga campaign; again, in 1778, enl. in Capt. Parsons's co., for the defence 
of R. L ; in April, 1778, served in Capt. Stevens's co. for defence of Conn. River 
frontier; in 1780, served in Capt. D. Gordon's co. in West Point campaign, July 
to Oct., 1780. (X. H. xiv, 76, 83, 198 ; XV, 400, 528, 588 ; xvi, 116) A pen- 
sioner Ivg. in Grafton Co., X. H., and d. there June 2, 1828, aet. 74. (X. H. 
R. P. R.) 

RiCHARiJ (155; of Haverhill, X. H., enl. in Capt. Young's co., Col. Bedel's reg., Feb. 



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6, 1776, and served more than 3 mos. ; private in Capt. Post's co. in Benning- 
ton campaign, July and Aug., 1777. (N. H. xiv, 285, 2S7 ; xv, 153) 

Richard (246) of Sandown ; private in Capt. N. Brown's co., Col. Long's reg.. enl. 
Oct. 14, 1776, and served into 1777. (X. H. xiv, 388, 495) 

Richard (iSS-iii) of Nottingham, N. H., a drummer and fifer in 2d and 3d N. H. 
regs., 1780 and 1781. (N. H. xvi, 184. 22S, 279) 

of Grafton Co. (•' Sambone '"), aet. 69 in 1820, when his pension was suspended. 
(N. H. R. P. R.) 

Richard (187), service given on Mass. Archives; said to have come from Lincoln 
Co., Me. 

Sherburne (211), a cordwainer of Kensington, aet. 19, in 1775 ; enl. June 3, i775> 
in Capt. Winthrop Rowe's co., and served through that year : had served in 
Capt. Crawford's co. for defence of Piscataqua Harbor earlier in the year; sergt. 
in Capt. Page's co. for the defence of R. L, Sept., 1777; sergt. in Capt. Gor- 
don's CO. for West Point campaign, July to Oct., 1780. (N. H. xiv, iii, 190, 
227; xv, 249, 251, 253; xvi, 115) In 1S33 Ivg. in Merrimack co., N. H. ; a 
pensioner dating from 1818 ; susp. 1S20 ; restored to roll, 1S23 ; (•' Sandborne "). 
(R. P. R. X. H.) 

SiMOX (309) enl. in Capt. Henry Dearborn's co., April 23, 1775; corp. before the 
end of the year ; detached for Arnold's Canada exp., called a mason of Salis- 
bury, N. H.. aet. 22, in 1775 ; sergt. in Dec, 1776, serving in Col. Oilman's reg., 
in New York and Trenton campaigns. (X. H. xiv, 69, 180, 210, 214, 217, 220, 

45°y 534, 454, 529) 
Simon (208.?) enl. in Capt. Clough's co.. May 27, 1775. and served through the year. 
Q. Was he the S. S. who was sergt. in Capt. Henry Elkins's co. for defence 

of Piscataqua Harbor in the same year.? (X. H. xiv, 145, 194, 230) 
Simeon (164), service given on Mass. Archives. A pensioner, Ivg. in O.xford Co., 

Me. ; d. there X^'ov. 25, 1833, aet. 73 ; had served in Mass. line. 
Theophilus (210), sergt. in Capt. Page's co. for defence of R. L, Sept., 1777. (N. H. 

xiv, 249, 251, 253.) Pensioner, Ivg. in Grafton Co., X. H. ; on roll 1819, dated 

from 1818. (R. P. R. N. H.) 
Theophilus (171 ), private in Capt. Moses Leavitt's co., Col. Xichols's reg., for 

R. L campaign, Aug. 1778. (X. H. xv, 524) 
Timothy (64), private in Capt. Abraham French's co. for defence of Piscataqua 

Harbor, 1775. (N. H. xiv, 226) 
Tony, husbandman of Salisbury, N. H., aet. 32 in 1775; private in Capt. Clough's 

CO. in that year. (N. H. xvii, 9) 
William (198) of Xorth Hampton; enl. in Capt. Henr>' Elkins's co.. May 27, 1775 ; 

rec. for coat money; marched to join the army at Medford in Aug., 1775. 

(N. H. xiv, 118, 158, 192, 255; XV, 139.) Ensign in 14th co., Col. Stickney's 

reg., 1776. (X\ H, xiv, 261) 
Zadok (126), private in Capt. Peter Coffin's co., Xov. 24, 1775; private in Capt. 

Webster's co., 1781. (X"". H. xvii, 27, 424) 



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1 800- 1 860. 



BY F. B. SANBORN, (1313) OF CONCORD, MASS. 



New Hampshire was once all one county, and that county but four towns — Ports- 
mouth, Dover, Exeter, and Hampton. The first became its chief seaport, and the 
capital of the province which Charles H created in 16S0, as a sort of counterpoise 
to the Calvinistic colonies of Massachusetts and Connecticut. At the Revolution, 
when the Wentworth family, the most important in the province for fifty years, were 
in part royalists and lost their control, Exeter, near which lived Meshech Weare, the 
first ruler of the independent state, became the capital, and for twenty years divided 
with Portsmouth the honors of the seat of government. During the regime of the 
Wentworths, the colonization of the inland towns had gone on actively, and five 
counties (since increased to ten), included the whole present state, — Rockingham, 
Strafford, Plillsborough, Cheshire, and Grafton, — names borrowed from the titles of 

powerful English nobles, friends or patrons of the New Hampshire Wentworths, a 

race claiming alliance with the ancient families of Wentworth and Fitzwilliam in the 
mother-country. This division continued until 1803, when "the Upper Cohos " was 
organized as a county under its Indian name of Coos; in 1833, Merrimack county 
was separated from Rockingham and Hillsborough, and, in 1827, Sullivan, named 
for the Revolutionary general, was taken from Cheshire county. The other two 
counties, Belknap (named for the historian of the state), and Carroll (for the last 
surviving signer of the Declaration), were created in 1840, mainly from the lake and 
mountain region of northern Strafford. 

Thus two centuries intervened between the colonization of maritime, or tidewater. 
New Hampshire, and the extreme woodland parts of the state ; and all this time 
(from 1640 to 1840), the way of life of New Hampshire's sons and daughters was as 
varied as the difference between the planters of Plymouth and tidewater Viririnia, 
and the backwoodsmen of Kentucky or the flatboatmen of the Mississippi, a differ- 
ence expressing itself in education, dress, industries, religion, and all that goes to 
make up civilization, except race peculiarities. Nor were the characteristics of dis- 
tinct races wanting when this century began. The early settlers on the seacoast had 
been Englishmen, but from provinces as remote as Cornwall and Yorkshire; while in 
the early eighteenth century there came over from Irish Ulster a colony of those 
hardy fighters who held Derry in the wars of King William against partisans of the 
deposed King James. Survivors and children of the besieged, who in the song say: 



6 14 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

" We 're the boys that fear no noise, 
, * And never will surrender ; 

"VVe shut the gates of Derry walls 
On the 19th of December; " 

were in the band of immigrants, who. in April, 17 19. thirty years after the sieg^e of 
Londonderry in Ireland, founded the New Hampshire town of Londonderry ; and 
from that band and their Scotch and Irish kinsmen, who came over from year to year 
to join them, many of the Inland towns were peopled. The Starks. the Smiths, the 
Dinsmores, Morisons, Nesmiths, and many more names of distinction in the annals 
of New Hampshire, trace back to this Scotch-Irish immigration, afterwards reen- 
forced by Sullivans, from Berwick in Maine ; the White Mountain Crawfords from 
Connecticut, and fugitive Jacobites from Scotland, like the great-grandfather of Col. 
James Montgomery, a partisan commander in Kansas and South Carolina, in our 
Civil War. There had been an earlier connection with Protestant Ireland through 
the commerce carried on from the New Hampshire seacoast ; and the Towles of 
Rockingham county are descended from a seaman, Philip Towle of Hampton, tradi- 
tionally called an Irishman, and giving the name ''Ireland" to the neighborhood 
where he settled, just as the town of Dublin, under Monadnock, took its name from 
the many Scotch-Irish originally settled there. 

Each race brought its traditions, dialect, and customs to the new countr}-, where 
they long survived, and were perceptible at the opening of this century. In Derry 
and Londonderry wakes were still had for the dead, in Protestant houses, and Gov- 
ernor Plumer, visiting there more than a century ago, described one at which he 
assisted. Ulster colonists introduced the Irish potato, and gave greater vogue to the 
flax wheel, and the weaving of linen in each country household. From 1800 to 1845, 
at least, there was spinning and weaving of fla.x and wool in every rural town ; 
though flax culture gradually went out after 1820. The garret of every farmhouse 
that I visited as a boy before 1850, contained disused flax wheels, and in the sheds 
and toolhouses I still saw the branks and hetchels for beating and hetchelling flax; 
while a single flax-field of Deacon Green, the neighborhood tailor, pleased my eyes 
with its blue flowers, as I passed by to the Exeter-Road school ; where the same 
schoolmaster in winter taught the primer class a-b, ab, and gave me the Latin and 
Greek declensions. My school suit was made up by this tailor, — or at least cut by 
him, if made by the house-visiting ''tailoress," who lived opposite, but from wool 
that my father had clipped from his own sheep, fed by me in v.inter, and washed in 
the mill-race of the " Old Mill." between Hampton and Hampton Falls in June. 
where Taylor's River makes the boundary between the two towns. This wool had 
been carded at the clothing-mill, to which it was carried in great bundles wrapped in 
old linen sheets, and pinned with thorns from the white ihornbush in the pasture; 
then brought home and spun by my aunts, and woven by them or my mother, whose 
loom stood for a half-century in the ••back-chamber : ■' then taken to the "fulling-mill."' 
to be dyed and fulled, and finally brought back, and made up into jacket and trousers 
for the boys, of a rich, logwood brown, and as warm as Irish frieze. 



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had lo'oL'rn'n uT, '""'^°"=« '" "^^ '°"" i" ■840. I suppose more than fifty 
scill" "; n , ^''' ^P'"'''"g-"'^=^l f- .ool-spinning : of .he children a' 

nome„o^e^ cloth The socks, stockings, and "buskins" (a knit gaiter comin.. to 

nome, and e en the shoes «orn uere often made in the house.-sometimes bv the 
farmer h.mse f, „l,o had learned cobbling and shoemaking f^r rainy Tnd s^ y 
ht^'TTt^ ''VTt'"»' shoemaker, .ho wen. from house ,0 hous H 
mended and • ■"' " "' "'"'"'' '' '"'"'' "'' '' ^ ^toie philosopher, no. only 
mended and sometimes made shoes, but n.ade his own wooden shoe-pe. and his 
cobblers wax, franted his own carts, harrows, etc., made ox-vokes and bar post 
^::1:;:IT' "''"'-' ''' '"-'-•^- '^^ngsforwHich now?srecTaS 

mifesTwav w^l"^ "',' """'''' °' ''°'' ""»= ^""^ "^""^ "'"^^'^ ^ Boston, fif.y 
ra les away, was our utmost reach of trade, import or export ; while the nearer 
market towns of Exeter and ^'ewb„ryport,_or rarely Ports'mou h, fourteen mles 
off -bought what the farmers had to sell, and sold what thev had to buy Coal -a 
not -ed, except .n a few seaport towns, every farm was expected to fu nish ts o v„ 
wood for fuel and. on occasion, for sale, .he la.ter often going to Boston 1^=^11 
chooners wh.ch came up at high water in the little rivers "along the na o„ strip 
seacoast, or branching out fron, the broad estuary of the Piscafaqua. Mu h oTthe 
g neral commerce of towns near the coast was carried on, before 'he era of railr^ d 

mfrrh?"'" ;" T ""°^' '" •""'' """'"S --='^. ^^*-'' bore : h 
fa mers haj-, wool, apples, potatoes, corn, poultrv, etc.,-at that lime Xew Halo 

shtre exported corn, and brought back the flour-,'sugar, molasses a grfal^rof" 
consumptton), salt hsh, dried fruits, cotton clot^r, and dry goods n °ener which 
were sold to the farmer and mechanic from the country s.orl or over ^h co 'nte; .f 
the more thr.vtng merchants a. Exeter and other market towns 

laborers^lheTh"' '"" °' ''' ^'ew Hampshire people were farmers or farm- 
heir nei^K -«han,cs, except ,n the largest towns, worked on their own farms or 
their ne.ghbors^ a part of the year, and the minister of the parish, the countr. d^Jto 
and lawyer, and the village schoolmaster all had farms lar^e or smaU Or , 
eac:h town had its " parsonage," or manse, to which more": less and was tS 

Th shoemar"Lut f T' T'" \'''"' """■ "'''^'''' "'^ ^'^ P^'^™' 

ine snoemaker, Luke Avenll, who made my first pair of boots had -i fp.v o. 

attached to the old house in which he lived and had his bench ■thblacrmi 
the corner of the road might also be a farmer, and the carpenters and c" inet 
makers, if they prospered a. all, became landowners 

Ong.nally .here may have been less equali.y among ,he .Vew Hampshire co'onis.s 

seL among the .Atkinsons, Ualdrons, Pepperrells, Weares, Gilmans etc to enab- 
hsh a d,st,nct class of gentry, to which their ancestors had belonged i^'En41,d ; 



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and the Wentworths and their connections maintained an offshoot of the Church of 
England in Portsmouth, as the royal governors and others did in Boston. But the 
influences of a new country, especially where the settlers were chiefly from the yeo- 
manry and tradesmen of England and Northern Ireland, as in New Hampshire, soon 
brought about a virtual democracy, and one by no means ready to be ruled despot- 
ically, in the name of any sovereign, whether hereditary or elective. They gave the 
Massachusetts bigots more or less trouble in religious matters before 1660; met fear- 
lessly the claims of Englishmen, who pretended a title to lands they had never seen ; 
were not too submissive to their own elected magistrates; and the Calvinistic clergy 
who generally ministered to them, up to 1800, did not find their flocks so manage- 
able as they could wish. 

After that date, the subdivision into sects went on rapidly. The Baptists first, 
then the Universalists, Methodists, and finally the Unitarians came in to divide the 
Trinitarian Congregationalists ; the Episcopalians increased as wealth became more 
abundant ; and the Presbyterians had a certain share, from the Scotch inheritance of 
so many of the people. But until about 1S20, each parish could assess and collect 
taxes for the support of the Congregational worship, unless the dissenters belonged 
to some organized church which the law recognized, and my maternal grandfather 
was once arrested for his parish tax when he joined the Baptists and absented him- 
self from the " Old Meeting-House '' near which I was born. He afterwards became 
a Universalist, and that sect gathered quite a following in the little town, among the 
scattered fragments of the old church membership ; though most of ihem afterward 
joined the Unitarian society, whose lit-tle pillared temple took the place of the old 
sanctuary about 1840. The town continued to use the old church for town-meetings, 
until it was finally torn down, and I made spinning tops out of the cherr)- balus- 
trades along the tops of the pews, ♦through which my earliest recollections found me 
peeping in meeting-time. 

Education, however, was always highly valued in New Hampshire, in spite of the 
efforts of " Freewill " or " Christian " Baptists to dispense with a learned ministry, 
and depend on the enthusiasm of preacher and layman for spiritual nourishment. 
Almost every town in southern New Hampshire, in 1800, had a learned minister, 
preaching to the majority of the people, attending to the catechising and comm.on 
school education of children, and often promoting their higher education by estab- 
lishing libraries, giving instruction in Latin, and encouraging the brighter boys to go 
to the academy or the college. Much had been done for education in the whole 
state by the establishment of Dartmouth College and Phillips Exeter Academy, late 
in the eighteenth century, .and the latter was especially fortunate in its principal. Dr. 
Benjamin Abbot, who educated the promising boys of New England for half a cen- 
tury, within five miles of my birthplace. But for my own town more was done by a 
retired president of Harvard College, Rev. Samuel Langdon, D. D., and by his suc- 
cessor in the ministry, Rev. Jacob Abbot, a cousin of Dr. Abbot of Kxeter, — both 
good scholars, of wide reading and public spirit, who, from 17S0 to 1S27 preached in 



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the little parish, and lived in the old parsonage near which I was born, and on the 
site of which my brother now lives. Dr. Langdon, dying in 1797, gave his library to 
the church for the use of the ministry, — an odd collection of Latin, Greek, and Eng- 
lish books which have gradually been scattered; and Parson Abbot founded a 
"Social Library" (owned in shares by his parishioners, and usually kept in the 
parsonage), which lasted until my time, and was of much service to all the youth and 
maidens, — as well as to the older folks, — of the community. Meanwhile, at the south- 
ern end of the town the Baptists had established the "Rockingham Academy" 
(a sectarian high school, but not specially sectarian), which drew together at the 
small village a few men of learning, and many students desirous of learning; so that, 
for a town of seven hundred people and small wealth. Hampton Falls was well 
equipped with the means of education. Naturally, in such a community, the com- 
mon schools were good ; often taught in the winter by college students, or young 
men intended for ministers, — Francis Bowen, while in Harvard College, taught in 
the " Red Schoolhouse " and boarded with Deacon Lane, Parson Abbot's near 
neighbor, — and in summer by pleasing young women, daughters of some minister 
doctor, or farmer, who had a gift for imparting 'knowledge without so much use of 
the stick and ferule as the "masters "' thought needful. 

What was true of my town was measurably true of other towns, — varying, of 
course, with the circumstances of each. On the very coast — we were a few miles 
inland — many were sailors and fishermen, leading a more precarious life, and more 
exposed to temptation than the quiet farming class — drinking more New England 
rum, that plague of the years before 1S40 — and of a laxer moral fibre generally. In 
Hampton and Seabrook intemperance was far more common than with us; in 
North Hampton, now so prosperous with its summer boarders. Parson French used to 
Sj^y that, when he came there in 1801, and for years after, the population of six hun- 
dred and fifty souls bought forty hogsheads in a year of rum, besides what a farmer, 
returning from Portsmouth or Hampton, might put into his cellar by the barrel, 
along with his hard cider. The forty hogsheads were dispensed over the counter of 
one store, in jugs, kegs, and glasses; the storekeeper, meanwhile, giving his cus- 
tomers a glass whenever they bought goods to any amount. In the edge of Straitord 
county, at Barrington and its neighborhood, another class of tippling and shiftless 
people lived — the Leatherses^ — described by Whitlier as " Yankee Zincali," and said 
to be descended from a gypsy servant, brought over in early days by a Portsmouth 
magnate. At any rate, these people, numbering hundreds in my boyhood, were 
coal-burners, basket-makers, and periodic travelers, selling their great wagon-loads 
of baskets along the roads as they went to Lowell, Salem, and Boston, begging and 
sometimes stealing, sleeping in their wagons, and cooking their meals beside the 
road, or in a clump of pasture trees (as I have often seen them) like the English 
gypsies, many of whom now travel over New England in our summers. When shoe- 
making, in connection with the large shops of Haverhill and Lynn, began to be a 
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6l8 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

the fishermen of Rockingham counties took to this trade and improved their eco- 
nomic condition thereby; then intemperance abated and regions once famous for 
drinking and fighting became sober and respectable. The Leathers family changed 
their name to Freeman, Gray, and Walker by act of the legislature, and the old 
stigma attaching to the patronymic passed away. The same was measurably true of 
Seabrook, Byfield, and other places of ill repute, chiefly from intemperance. But a 
great part of the change from drunkenness to sobriety in the state at large, was due 
to the active efforts of temperance societies, between 1S25 and 1855. The Civil 
War and the infiu.K of foreigners have given back the old habit of intemperance in 
many towns, but not to the former extent nor with the old liquor — for whiskey has 
superseded rum, and ale and beer have often supplanted cider. 

To return to the topic of education, the prevalence of academies, endov.-ed or 
sectarian high schools, while yet public high schools did not exist, was as marked 
in New Hampshire as anywhere in New England. They were not usually of a high 
grade, as was that in Exeter, but they v.ere cheap, they fitted young men and women 
to "keep school," which was one of the great employments from seventeen years to 
twenty-five, and they gave a preparation for college suitable to what was then the low 
standard of college examinations all over New England. Many of these academies are 
now absorbed in the village high schools, many have perished, yet a goodly number 
still exist, and help on the cause of general education, so much more varied and 
specialized than formerly. The introduction of railroads has made it easy to go to 
school far from the pupil's home, and has lessened the relative importance of local 
instruction in the higher studies. Consequently, the old-fashioned district school, in 
which everything was taught to both sexes, from the alphabet upward, and in which 
there might be pupils twenty years old, taught by a youth of fifteen, has well-nigh 
disappeared. Its advantages were obvious ; for though the teacher might have forcy 
pupils and thirty-five classes, to be taught in 340 minutes, at the rate of nine minutes 
and eight seconds to a class, — yet the younger learned so much from hearing their 
elders recite, that as much knowledge, irregularly gained, got into the heads of the 
bright pupils as is more methodically insinuated into them now by the newer modes 
of teaching, almost wholly by women. 

The terms were formerly short, and arranged to meet the necessities of farm-labor, 
in which most of the children, even the girls, took some part ; for women then " raked 
after the cart" in haying time, and the girls weeded gardens, picked apples and pota- 
toes, carried grain to mill, and, with their mothers, did much of the marketing, both 
buying and selling. In berry time they picked raspberries, huckleberries, blueberries, 
wild blackberries and barberries (the bushes of the latter were locally called •' pep- 
peridge"); and the women of poorer families carried these about to the farmhouses 
for sale, taking in payment provisions or clothing for their families, as did the 
Barrington basket-making gypsies, in their semi-annual rounds. One of the latter, 
.perhaps the " Hippin ' Pat" (a woman) of Whittier's sketch, used to ask at my 
grandfather's door, " Haint ye got nerry nold jacket, nerry nold gaownd, nerry nold 



THE NEW HAMPSHT-RE WAY OF LIFE. 6ig 

SelblXT '"; '" '' V" '"' .his -ere basket r- and the huckleberry women from 

and oT T"^' ""■ ""= ''""= ''"°^- ^"' ""^"^ ■" => P>il. better and ch e^r 

and o.her means of stocking the Bvfield larder. In earlier vear, »„H „ , 

ious houses, they got new rnm for' their tippling '■ ZZls" .if M 7 '"T 

^ent barter by the local traders, who .nadr'therr biggest lo^ts oTlh', L'^- 

b) which men most eas.ly grew rich in Xew Hampshire. The local usurer of 7 

townships in the years succeeding the Revolution ^ot rich b v a han„ • 

of smuggling and rumselling ; btft legitimate trad Cu lav t^a Tim pTo r''™ 

as .t made so many others rich, a, Portsmouth, Dover Eveter Enpfn! andTh' °"'' 

It in his "parlor-chamber" chimnev -so tha^ rhp n T k • ' ^^"^'"- 

.^.ood Old proverb, rained down"! cranr/urint^^ or-b:.;^:^:^^: 

supply of what has since been called ".American humor.' A„o,d ere er 

l\ZTv .T "''"""' '"' ""'"P^ ''^'°" - '"^ church founded :' Re 

Stephen Bachder, two centuries before, said to Amos Tuck afterward. r„ 

from the Rockinghau, d.strict, one day as he was hewlfa i " h hirbZ?" 

.u ,, ^^"^to^'/' \> nat :s t they re a-larnin of ye un 't the Tatfpmv > r>^ v 
they tell ye the airth's raound ? Ef I had 'em here T'H It.VL k T ' ' 

p«rKor.o ,u- • , • -LI 1 naa em nere, 1 d stick mv broadaxe nto "em " 

P rhap th,swasa,oke; and many such were current in that' section. They IL 
of en fathered upon an older carpenter, styled ■• Herrick," whether a real namernot 
I could never learn. Herrick was one day shiu-linc the barn of I P Tf u 
Falls, whose father, the deacon, was a ver^ smaf, m^: In'::;! 'pefh'a T^Zl 
Channing's concise sketch, ^ £^iiery 

"there, too, the small, oblivious deacon sits, " . • " 

Once gross with proverbs, now devoid of wits. ' ' 

"Jeems " came up from the hayfield and called up to Herrick on the roof "Mr 
Herrick. have you seen anything of father lately?" "Oh ves " was the ch f r 
answer " I see the old cat cair him under the blrn, half '; 'ho^r go " Th "t 
Herrtck, who went round doing jobs, and of course boarded with the '^milv for which 
h was work.ng, found in one household more skim-milk cheese than he fa dd 
When the butter came on, he took a large slice of cheese, spread it thick wth butter' 
and remarked, .apostrophically. "There! come together agin' and dar t ' d ; h 



620 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

that ever separated ye ! " It may have been in the same stingy family that he uttered 
the oft-quoted grace before meat. " Mr. Herrick, the Colonel won't be to dinner to- 
day. Will you say grace?" said the housewife, — the chief dish being a very ancient 
turkey. Whereupon Herrick, always equal to the occasion, whether prose or verse 
was demanded, bent his wicked head, and said, 

■ • ' " O Lord, with love, 

Look from above . , ' 

Upon this turkey-hen; • ■ - 

Which once was dead, 
And bury-ed, 

But now is food for men." 

The men of New Hampshire were a hard-working, often hard-drinking, and yet a 
merry set, behind the mask of seriousness, which their Calvinistic religion imposed. 
This sometimes generated a solemn religious enthusiasm, sending them on missions, 
and giving them power to preach with great effectiveness in religious revivals. My 
mother's cousin, Nancy Towie of Hampton, sister of Dr. Philip Towle (who died in 
1832, at Charleston, S. C), and daughter of Col. Philip, was an e.xample of this 
enthusiasm ; she was educated at the Academy and taught school for awhile, but 
when, at the age of twenty-two, she became " converted " at a "revival," she put her 
religious duties before all others, and soon began to preach, and 10 travel, like the 
early Quaker women, whom Major Waldron had sent to be whipped through Hamp- 
ton, in 1662, — though she was never a Quaker. Her preaching mission took her 
through the United States, into the Eastern Provinces, and so to England and Ire- 
land, where she held meetings in 1S29-30; making a journey of 15,000 miles, and 
being absent from New Hampshire three and one half years. She then set forth 
westward, and in 183 1 confronted Joe Smith, the Mormon apostle, in Ohio, where he 
was deluding the people, and told him to his face what a humbug he was. She was 
indeed a person of inherited courage, being descended from a celebrated Indian 
fighter, Capt. Anthony Brackett, who was killed at Casco in 16S9. Her cousin, 
Jonathan Leavitt, was an officer under Sullivan in his expedition against the Six 
Nations, near Elmira, N. Y., and Leavitt's son, Lewis, was the hero of a nautical 
adventure which his cousin used to relate. Lewis Leavitt was skipper of a coasting 
vessel, and in the war with England was captured by a British frigate, which put 
a prize crew on board, and sent her towards Halifax. Captain Leavitt watched his 
opportunity, and at night, when only the man at the wheel and the watch were on 
deck, he threw them successively down the hatchway, battered the hatches down, 
took the wheel himself, and steered his vessel into Eastport, where he lived. This 
Towle family, it may be noted, introduced great height and size wherever they inter- 
married ; and one of them, a great-grandson of Anthony Brackett, attained, before 
his death in 1822, the enormous weight of 515 pounds. This hero, who •' melted in 
his carriage," as tradition hath it, was the grandson of a Towle who had nine sons, 
thus memorized in the rude verse of the neighborhood. 



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"Philly, Caley, Anty, Zach, 
'Thias, Jerry, Frank and Nat, 
And long-Ieg-ged Sam." 

Their first American ancestor, if indeed an Irishman, must have been an Irish 
giant. From his mother, Anne Towle, my great-uncle, John Sanborn, inherited this 
gigantic size and strength; he lived into this century, and was the subject of many 
anecdotes, illustrating his physical powers. He went in youth into the woodland 
regions of Pittsfield and Canterbury, where the Shakers established themselves in 
1782, and, with other young men, he sometimes made fun at the Shaker meetings 
and dances. One night, when Uncle John had distinguished himself in this way, the 
Shaker elders undertook to remove him from their sacred precincts by force. Four 
of them laid hold of him, but he (six feet, four inches high) took hold of the beam 
above the door, and their united strength could not start him. After tugging a spell, 
they let him alone, saying " he was a great, big, lusty devil," whereupon the good- 
natured giant withdrew of his own accord. I have seen his shoes ; they were big 
enough for two ordinary feet. Yet, with all his strength, he was an invalid, and 
before he was sixty he died, leaving only a daughter, who long lived alone after her 
grandmother's death, in her large old house by Munt Hill, the ledge said to have 
been the residence of an Indian chief, before the Sambornes took up the great farm, 
a mile long, on one of the roads from Hampton to Exeter. 

The farmers of New Hampshire had usually estates, in this century, from fifty to 
five hundred acres — the ordinary size being, perhaps, one hundred acres — subject, as 
they were, to division and subdivision upon the marriage of a daughter, or the settle- 
ment of an estate after death. The labor on a farm of that size would usually be 
done by the sons and grandsons of the owner; it was only on the larger ones that 
continuous hired labor would be employed. In the house, the work was done by the 
wife, daughters, and maiden aunts, who were apt to inherit a residence in the old 
house, upon their father's death, and who were indispensable to the simple life of 
the rural community, Theodore Parker used to quote an aunt, who said : " Mr. 
Parker, the position of a maiden aunt is very important; without maiden aunts, the 
world could not be peopled, sir." There was more in this odd remark than met the 
ear; in the nursing and pupilage of New Hampshire children, the aunt bore a great 
part. They were often monthly nurses ; they were usually tenders of other wom.en's 
babies, and instructors of children as they grew older. Emerson's Aunt Mary bore 
the chief pari in his education, and that of his brilliant brothers; being asked, once, 
what he should have done without her, he said : "Ah, that would have been a loss, — 
I could have better spared Greece and Rome." 

I recall two maiden aunts, Dolly and Rachel who were typical New Hampshire 
personages. The elder half-sister had been brought up. after her mother's early 
death, by her grandmother, Anne Towle, who humored her and kept her in a narrow 
domestic circle, from which courtship and marriage never emancipated her; she' had 
the ways of the last century, just as she had its dishes and warming-pans and ideas 
of costume. Never did she go farther from her relatives' houses than to the next 



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town, from which her mother came; even Exeter (the " Suffield "' of Miss Alice 
Brown) was almost unknown to her. She was purely domestic; had certain cooking 
'•resaits," that had come down to her, and that nobody else could manage; sat in 
her room or lay in her bed and knew the ownership of every horse that passed the 
house, by his step. " I wonder where Major Godfrey was gwine this mornin' ; his 
horse went down the Hampton road about half-past four." She watched the passers- 
by with an interest hard for the young to understand ; the narrow limits of her exist- 
ence developed curiosity to a microscopic degree. It was said of two sisters in 
Kensington, the next town west, where Aunt Dolly's cousins, the Blakes, lived, that 
one day the doctor or the butcher called at the door, and they were both in tears. 
" Why! what's the matter, Aunty?" "Oh, they say a blue midge went by our house, 
yesterday, and it was so foggy neither Mary nor I could see it!" This ancient jest 
always made me think of Aunt Dolly; it was an exaggeration of her interest in the 
passerby; the wayfarer, though a fool, as Scripture says, was not an indifferent 
object to her. She would remind me, when I came in late at night, from some visit 
or cooking-party in the woods, that "the clock struck two jest after you shet the door, 
Frank ; " but she withheld these revelations from the head of the family, though you 
would not have said that discretion was her strong point. She outlived her younger 
sisters, and was a neighborhood oracle as to births, deaths, and marriages, without 
ever leaving the fireside in her latest years. 

Aunt Rachel was a very different person. Born five years later (17S9), and dying 
many years earlier, she had a more sympathetic and attractive character. She was 
fair and delicate of complexion, blue-eyed, with pleasing features, a sweet, rather sad, 
voice, and she spent her later life, when alone I knew her, in caring for others. As 
a child, she had been a favorite at Dr. Langdon's, who lived across a little common, 
and died when she was but eight years old; but she continued to be intimate at the 
parsonage, with the wife and children of Parson Abbot, the wife being the daughter 
of Rev. E. Thayer of Hampton, and aunt of the wealthy Thayers of Boston, Nathaniel 
and John. Mrs. Abbot was but ten years older than Aunt Rachel, and the children, 
. of whom there were many, grew up under her eye, and were cared for by my aunt in 
their earlier and after years, when she may be said to have been a professional nurse, 
if such an occupation had then existed. She was skilled in all household arts, par- 
ticularly in spinning, weaving, and gardening; had her bed of sage and lavender, her 
flowers of the older sorts, introduced, I fancy, from the small garden of the parson- 
age, where Dr. Langdon had planted apple trees that still bear, after a hundred 
years, and where his botanical knowledge had been used in the growing of flowers 
and herbs. It was from Aunt Rachel, I think, that we got the- anecdote, perhaps 
handed down by Miss Betsey Langdon, the doctor's granddaughter, of the fine 
speech made by a young man, fresh from a "term'" at the Exeter Academy (he was, 
in my time, a chirping old man, fond of exhorting at Baptist meetings), when at Dr. 
Langdon's parsonage tea-table he was asked by Miss Betsy if he would take cream 
in his tea. " No," said the young rhetorician, " thank ye. Miss, the superduity ot 






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cream disturbs the tranquility of tea, and renders it quite obnoxious." Another 
anecdote comn,onIy told in the same connection, but of a "school-ma'am/- fresh 
trom Walkers then new dictionary, was this saying: "The Connetchicut buttcherflies 
are the most be-eaut-chiful creachures in Xachure," the old pronunciation to uhich 
Calhoun and Webster adhered being " creatur " and -natur " 

But to return to my aunt. She had her romance in youth ; a pretty creature, she 
had been wooed by a youth, who, wandering about the wider world little seen bv her 
found some richer or more brilliant match, and broke olif the engagement. I never 
saw him, and this had happened long before I was born, but rumors of it came down 
o me, andl fancied I could see regrets for this dream of the past in Aunt Rachel's 
lace, and in the tears I sometimes saw falling, as she spun patiently in the long 
garret, where I sat and read the Waverley novels. Her sister, nine vears vounger, 

■ A "p V," ""^"^^"""^^ marriage, with many children and much hardship; and 
Aun Rachel was often called upon to go to Brentwood, and look after the'youn.. 
family, and her delicate sister, who had inherited consumption from her mother-my 
grandmother-who died eight years before I was born. Aunt Rachel took care of 
her own mother, then of her father and sister in their last illness, and of many inva- 
hds, who recovered or died. Especially was she called on by the Abbot familv, after 
they left Hampton Falls for Windham, among the Scotch-Irish, to care for som'e inva- 
lid, or nurse some young child ; and when Parson Abbot had been drowned, from his 
boat, as he was crossing a Windham pond, to or from meeting, and his widow had 
shown symptoms of the insanity which closed in upon her later vears, mv aun^ 
became a sort of aunt to the whole family. This, and her other nur'sing, call'ed her 
much from home, and so I saw less of her than of Aunt Dollv. who was as much a 
part of the old house as the oak arm-chair, or the chimnev-corner cat; but she 
impressed my imagination more, and, when she had died, in 1849, I wrote some 
verses about her which w^ere printed, and might be worth copying. Without gaining 
that impress which gives a significance to the word "gentlewoman," so much aftected 
now, she was gentle by nature and by grace, and deserves not to be forgotten • had I 
a daughter, I would name her "Rachel." 

Far be it from me to imply that all the rural residents of Xew Hampshire were as 
gentle and unselfish as my dear aunt, or as public-spirited as Parson Abbot Vo 
they were a mixed lot, and by no means the homogeneous English race that we some^ 
times think them,_still less, all of ancient gentry, entitled to crests and coats of 
arms as some of the modern genealogists seem to fancy. The Yankee who said 
that his ancestors mostly wore a coat without arms ,what mv grandfather called a 
'no-sleeve jacket"), and sealed their letters with their thumbs, was not so far out of 
the way concerning the New Hampshire population. 

■ My long-time neighbor, and now housemate, Ellerv Channing, manv vears a-o had 
occasion to sketch, humorously, but with a good view, one class of Xew England 
men which "flourished," as the school-books say, from 1785 to i860, and which was 
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624 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

" Does not this December weather — the extreme of summer, and the point of win- 
ter's nose — recall to your mind our old friend Angelo, that late russet apple hanging 
on the New England tree ? By himself now, — the survivor, we may say, of a long 
line of such, — a relic of men that were old by virtue of having lived, young by reason 
of not exhausting the good of life. Church, State, and Society generally Angelo 
coldly omits, leaving their preservation to womankind. ' You do not go to meeting,' 
said I once to him. 'No.' ' But why do n't you go? your sister does.' 'I don't 
want to,' was his answer, — ' blast "em ! ' Singular ancient skeptic, — Angelo yet im- 
presses me with a feeling of religion. In the intensity of his unbelief there is belief; 
in the absoluteness of his hate there is love. He has Thomas Audley's opinion, who, 
in 1600, said of English ministers, 'Their religion is a mere preach.' 

" Be the day ever so fair, Angelo can pick a tiaw in it ere nightfall ; be the crop 
ever so enormous, the veteran declares that ' Carn aint nothin' ; ' his homely pronun- 
ciation smelling of earthworms and ground-nuts, husks of corn and hop-vines. Yel- 
low he calls 'yaller,' moderate, ' mavvdrate ' ; and he said of a close day, 'Kind o' 
seltry.' This rich alteration in his pronouncement. — this brave and noble contempt 
for the rules of grammar, has long impressed me as a privilege, accorded to those 
who rank high in the affections of the old god Tellus. Of course, Angelo is a hus- 
bandman by constitution ; he reminds me of beans, plow-fields, deep grass, hoeing, 
and corn-cake. Everything local, homely, rustic, square, is his. He has never rid- 
den on the railroad, — not he. He was in Boston once, as a volunteer in the last 
war, and has not gone there since. He has one book, ' Lives of the Buccaneers.' 
He admires hens, kittens, robins, bluebirds, pigeons. His discourse sets me dream- 
ing of valleys in New Hampshire, with a single cabin in their range, — vales where 
new milk is plenty, sweet butter to be had, and a treat of maple syrup." 

This was the face of New Hampshire which presented itself to the first visitors 
from cities and from Europe, — Dr. Jacob Bigelow, the Channings, Miss Martineau, 
etc., — as they went towards the White Hills, or along the lakes of Merrimack and 
Belknap counties, driving in country wagons, or on the top of stage-coaches, with the 
merry and familiar driver. 

My brother, the Doctor, traversing the forest of Kilkenny, in the one stage road 
through that abandoned mountain township, on a deer-shooting excursion with a 
cousin famous for his shots at sea-fowl, heard this fable from the wagoner, a moun- 
taineer Herrick : 

"I was drivin' stage through this piece o' woods some years ago, when I come all 
to once on a rabbit, settin' on the brush fence, an' cr^in' as if his heart would break. 
Bein' a good-natured man, an' fond of askin' questions, I spose, — jest as you are. — 
I stopt the bosses, and said, 'What ails ye there? kin a feller do anythin' to help 
ye through yer trouble? ' The rabbit wiped his eyes with his tail as well as he could. 
and said to me, ' Stranger, my father died last week, and left me two hundred acres 
of this land, an' I 've got to g^t my livin' off on it ; ' an' then he burst out cryia' again. 
'G'lang,' said I to the bosses, — -can't do a thing to help ye, if it's as bad as that." " 



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Such was the legend of the Kilkenny rabbit. 
Channing goes on : 

"Old New England is that out of which Angelo came, before the Revolution had 
got well over, — when new rum flowed in rivers, and a luxurious plenty of living pre- 
vailed. Sickle pears then grew like lumps of gold on high trees in solitary pastures, — 
quails whistled out of the grass in each meadow, — and people got up at three c clock 
in the morning. Then Angelo truly lived, — in those luxurious Revolutionary Arabian 
Nights, — all liberty and mugs of tiip. He flourishes now but in stately dreams and 
gorgeous reminiscence. Once did he broach for me the secret of those holy days. 

"•'The world's turned upside down,' said he, ' sence I was a boy; there were cold, 
long winters then, — solid, — and the bast o' hakkory wood fetched two dollars a cord. 
Snow didn't fly off after 'twas once on, but lay there: summer was short — hat — all 
yaller days. We used ter have things in abundance in them times, an" men used to 
live twice as long as they do now, — old style, you know. Craps were somethin" 
then; earn was paowerful. That's all over in these abauminable times, — an" I'm 
sorry for it, — ain't you? ' 

"A hundred times has Angelo told me this melancholy tale, — on the fairest, clear- 
est days, when Heaven was shining like a new dime, and the peace of Paradise shim- 
mering in the sunlight; he standing in nelds deep with grass, in the midst of corn- 
fields covered with drooping ears of promise, — and himself now gone over seventy 
healthful summers. Tis so with true old-fashioned New Englanders ; no drop of 
faith trickles through their souls. The railroad has proved their pest. — the abolition 
of ' May trainin,' and the inroad of Irish laborers, whom more than poison they hate. 
"Angelo raises in his garden beans, peppers, onions : he has a pole for hops, — 
' haps,' as he says. Being so much in the society of vegetables, as he is. I once 
turned his thoughts to flesh-diet, and told him of French soups. ' You,' — he replied 
(a common mode he has of beginning discourse). • I like biled vittles.' ' So do I,' 
was my answer; 'but let us put in the potatoes, carrots, peas, and salt, and omit the 
meat.' ' You, — that 's all the fun on 't ! ' was his reply. I have never known him 
tript in his discourse; his machine of wit is ever in good playing order, and he can 
hit any object, from a flve-cent piece to a cardinal's hat. Of course he has the rheu- 
matism, like every New England farmer, chews tobacco, never turns his shirt-sleeves 
down, and is of a deep Indian red color.' 

How many New Hampshire yeomen and farm hands have I seen of this marked 
type, to which, if you add frequent intoxication, you get a more Rabelaisian sort, 
like Thoreau's drunken Dutchman from Patchogue. " blurting forth some happy 
repartee, like an illuminated swine, — the earthliest. slimiest wit you ever heard." 
Such were the garrulous ornament of regimental musters, when ^as always in my 
youth) the militia got together on some high, open held, to parade and be reviewed, 
and indulge in a sham-fight. It was at an occasion of this kind that General Sulli- 
van, Vv'ith his Revolutionary laurels thick upon him, and fresh, also, from putting 
down the Rockingham rebellion of 17S6, reviewed my grandfather's troop of horse. 
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in which Cornet Brown was an officer. After various mamiruvres. this small band, 
which had rallied at midnight to join the force of thousands mustered swiftly by Sul- 
livan to put down the rioters, were drawn up to fire their horse-pistols in a volley. 
After the discharge, Sullivan, running his eye down the booted rank, cried out, in 
Irish scorn, "Where are the other two.' I counted only twenty-eight shots, and there 
are thirty of ye."' But it must be said that the New Hampshire soldiery, however 
awkward their muster, were never lacking in the day of battle, as Stark and Ciiley, 
Miller of Peterborough, and the gigantic McNeil (President Pierce's brother-in-law), 
could well attest. General Ciiley, then a captain before Bunker Hill, when asked by 
a Bostonian who his stalwart Nottingham farmers and woodsmen were, replied : 
" Full-blooded Yankees from Rockingham County, by God, who never turned their 
backs on any man yet.'" 

One thing is to be said for the rural population of New Hampshire, in which they 
seem to nie to differ from the inhabitants of more southern New England. — they 
have simpler and sounder notions of discipline, whether in war, or the ordinary politi- 
cal and parochial affairs. Independent and original as they are. they yet know the 
need of a leader, and readily follow one, — especially one they have tested. In the 
French War, and at Bunker Hill (partly fought, as we know, by New Hampshire 
men), they had learned the value of John Stark as a commander ; and when the 
advance of Burgoyne's detachments into Vermont was to be checked, they rallied 
from all over the little state, as soon as it was known that Stark would command 
them; and it was New Hampshire soldiers, with some aid from Vermont and Berk- 
shire, who broke the right arm of Burgoyne at Bennington. In politics, it has usually 
been the same; the long-continued influence of Oilman and Langdon, of Plumer, 
Isaac Hill, Frank Pierce, and other local magnates, was due to their gift of leader- 
ship, and the instinct of their people for discipline. Another marked trait was their 
fondness for lawsuits, and their great respect for the legal profession, whose members 
were trained by the incessant give and take of the New Hampshire bar to a style of 
forensic eloquence and close law-learning, of the practical sort, almost unequaled in 
America. Webster and Mason are the brilliant examples of this eminence : but 
William Plumer, Jeremiah Smith, father and son. — the latter still a law lecturer, 
though his father fought at Saratoga and was a practising attorney in Washington's 
first administration. — John P. Hale, the Bells, Judge Doe, and others, might be cited 
in further proof. Common sense — that most uncommon quality — was the mark of 
their judges, from those farmer-and-parson courts in which Weare and Farrar and 
John Dudley sat, to their last great jurist, Charles Doe, whose rulings and charges 
were unique. After listening to fine-spun suggestions from Caleb Gushing as to 
mental capacity, in an important case, Judge Doe said. •• I am going to tel! the jury 
that if this man knew what he was about, the transaction will stand: if he didn't, 
it won't." As Judge Smith says, — "A look of unutterable disgust came over General 
Cushing's intellectual countenance, but neither party exxepted." Again, he once 
charged the jury in a criminal case, so,—" Gentlemen, / should nt want to convict the 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE WAV OF LIFE. 627 

prisoner on this evidence, but j'^// can do as you like."" It was for short-hand utter- 
ances of this sort that Chief-Justice Parsons applauded Judge Dudley, saying he had 
never seen justice better administered than in Rockingham County. 

At the beginning of our century, however, physicians were in better odor in New 
Hampshire than lawyers. Two of the three signers of the Declaration from the new 
state were doctors — Bartlett and Thornton : and as the wigs of the clergy grew less, 
and their pastoral power waned, the country doctor succeeded to much of their influ- 
ence and prestige. This may be one reason why so many Sanborns have been phy- 
sicians, and so few clergymen — the late Professor Sanborn of Dartmouth, father of 
Miss Kate Sanborn, being one of the marked exceptions. 

Nor was the practice of medicine in New Hampshire without its peculiar trials, — 
apart from those hardships which Scott enumerates in the case of Mungo Park, who 
found African exploration rather easier than Scotch country-practice. The regular 
profession had to encounter, early in the century, the vigorous quackery of Samuel 
Thomson, who, in 1S13, took out a patent for the use of lobelia and other " botanic '' 
medicines, which gained much popularity, and were extant when I was a boy. — for I 
have endured his infusions of cayenne pepper, lobelia, etc., and profited by his 
vapor-baths, in which he foreshadowed the more renowned Turkish bath, introduced 
into civilized countries by Dr. Julius Millingen, one of Byron's physicians at Misso- 
longhi, and his friend, David Urquhart. Thomson combined his medical practice 
with the equally vigorous assaults of Abner Kneeland. himself perhaps a New 
Hampshire man, on the popular theology; and between them they contrived much 
trouble for the ministers and physicians. New Hampshire was good soil for such 
heresies with its self-willed people. 

The old doctor, driving over three or four towns in his chaise or " sulky,"" was a 
marked character. A girl whom I knew said that her lirst idea of God was that he 
must look like old Dr. Dearborn — a distant relative of Jefferson's cabinet-minister, 
Gen. Dearborn — as he passed along the highway in his tall, narrow sulky. In their 
practice they frequently came to great reputation (Dr. William Perry of Exeter and 
Dr. Amos Twitchell of Keene, for example"), and acquired unfailing skill. They 
were quite often active politicians, as were the Methodist ministers, and both classes 
were well represented in Congress. Politics excited the New Hampshire people 
greatly at all times, and nowhere were the elections more hotly contested or the 
amenities less regarded in the preliminary "campaign."' From a Federalist state, as 
New Hampshire was under \^'ashington and the elder Adams — though often electing 
the handsome and polished John Langdon senator or governor, though a Democrat — 
it followed William Plumer into the party of Jefferson, and^ did not cordially support 
Webster, while he represented Rockingham in Congress. It voted for Plumer's 
friend, the younger Adams, for president in 1S24, but went over to Jackson in 1S28, 
and thenceforward remained firmly Democratic until 1S46, when John P. Hale's 
revolt against the " Concord Regency " on the Texas question caused an overturn, 
and soon made the state steadily anti-slavery. 



628 SANBORN GENEALOGY. 

In the years I am dealing with, bribery at elections was practically unknown, and 
it would have ruined the reputation of a farmer or mechanic to have it supposed he 
had sold his vote. There was great distrust of corporations, whether for manufactur- 
ng or railroad purposes, and it was years before they received liberal treatment in 
the legislature or the courts. Debts were collected by attachment and '• distress.'' 
and, in the early century, imprisonment for debt was common, and often lasted for 
years. A Revolutionary character of mixed reputation, Gen. Nathaniel Peabody. 
was one of these imprisoned debtors, but had the liberty of the town f Exeterj where 
the jail was. It is related that a book-agent— there were such even ninety years ago 
— once approached the venerable-looking general in the street of Exeter, and offered 
him a subscription-book, '-The Christian's Greatest Interest." General Peabody 
declined politely to take the work, but said, "Young man, I can tell you what the 
Christian's greatest interest is in New Hampshire, for I have had experience of it, — 
12 per cent, and from that to iS and 24." 

There was, indeed, little wealth in New Hampshire, and when money was to be 
borrowed the rate of interest was often high, and the farmer or lawyer who could 
command capital made a modest fortune easily by loaning it in small sums to his 
hard-working, honest neighbors. The hours of labor were long — in haying-time 
often fifteen — and this because farm-machinery and improved tools, so common now, 
were almost unknown. Although a simple form of the horse-rake was in use by 
1830, many farmers, for twenty years after, made great use of the slow hand-rake: 
and the "cradle " for grain slowly supplanted the sickle, for as yet there were neither 
mowing nor reaping machines. Threshing also was largely done with the flail, as 
represented in Dudley Leavitt's New Hampshire Almanac, and the wood-saw gained 
slowly on the chopper's axe in preparing tire-wood. Soap was made by each rural 
household out of its own ashes, and grease, with purchased lime, in great " mash- 
tubs " near the kitchen door. A story is told of a traveler in the mountain region in 
summer, who came upon persons digging at the bottom of a great hole. Being 
asked what they were doing, the head man replied, '• My wife is making soap to-day, 
and she says snow three years old is the best to put in the kettle, so J am getting it 
for her." Like this .belated snow, the New Hampshire people were often held by 
their more southern neighbors to be behind the times, yet they have managed to 
give a good account of themselves at the end of the century, and whenever, during 
its progress, things of importance were to be done. 



INDEXES. 



In the English and Colonial Indexes, \.\i& references are to pages; in the Indexes to American 
Genealogy they refer to the co)tsecntize genealogical numbers of the persons inde.\ed. 

In the English Index, owing to the limited area referred to, and the fact that the English map 
shows the locations in detail, I have included places as well as persons. In the Arncrican Ittdex the 
great scope of territory involved makes this impracticable, nor would the place inde.x be of real value. 

In the Index to Auierican Genealogy I have included only those who lived to adult age. 



ENGLISH INDEX.— PERSONS. 



Name. 


Page. 


Adams, Simon 


2S-29 


Agasman, Alexander 


28 


Alnewick, Christopher 


18 


John 


iS 


Ange, Mary 


45 


Anthony, \Vm. 


42 


Archer, John 


8 


Aslett, W'm. _} 


29 



Baber, Edward 24 

Elizabeth 22, 23 

John 22, 23 

Bachiler, ^ Ann iS, 56, 57, 

Batcheller, [ 5.S,'6c, 62] 

or Batchelder, ) Deborah 59 



Edmund 




47 


Helen 




62 


Hester 




59 


John 




47 


Mary 




65 


Nathaniel 




59,62 


Samuel 




60.62 


Stephen i. 


13.35 


5(^67 


Theodate 




60 


Walter 




47. 56 


Badlesmere, Lord 




7 


Margaret 




7 


Bailey, Abraham 




31 


Barker, Ann 


16 


52, 54 


\Vm. 


16, 


5^1 54 


Baker, John 




3S 


Barr, James 




47 


Bartelott, Edward 




II 


Barton, Wm. 




33 


Bassett, Cicely 




28 


Wm. 




28 


Bate, John 




61. 


Batt, Saraii 




44 


Bavnard, George 


3'^ 


56, 57 


Robert 




1 1 


Thomas 




27,28 






24 


Behee, 




37 


Beke, Hugh 




4, 52-4 


Joan 


I 


4. 5--4 


Bennett, Richard 




16 



• Name. 
Best, Wm. 

Biddestonc, Nichs. de 
Bishop, John 
Blackleech, Alice 

Wm. 
Blackwell, John 
Blagrave, John 
Blancombe, Stephen 
Bland, Col. 
Blencowe, \ Margaret 
or Blincoe, f Nicholas 
Blount Family 

Richard 
Boleyn, Anne 
Bond, Alice 

Richard 

Thomas 
Bowyar, John 
Brackingbury, Sir Robt. 
Bradbury, Thomas 
Bradstreet, Gov. 

Braithwaite, 

P.; andon, Sir Wm. 

Brantwell, 

Briscoe, Wastell 
Brocas, Anne 

Arms 

Bernard 

Elizabeth 

John 

Wm. 
Brooke, Elizabeth 

Richard 
Browning, Katherine 

Wm. 
i Buckingham, Duke of 
: Bull, Henry 
\ Burdette, Blanche 

. Burrows, 

' Byle, John 

I Byrte, Pldward 



Page. 
3S 



45 
45 
44 
13 

7 
37 
40 

40, 43 
19 
21 



Calamy, Edmund 
Cardesse, Sir John de 
Carew, Richard 
Carmanoe, Capt. 

Read Introductory Note to Indexes. 



Name. 






Page. 


Caroles. Eliz. 






3<^ 


Carpenter, Richard 






II 


Thomas 






1 1 


Castlecombe, de, v. 


Dunstan- 


ville 








Chambers, George 






30 


Chandler, Clemeiice 






76 


John 






15. 16 


Mary 






15 


Chapman, Hussev 






37 


Charles II 






41 


Clarendon, Lord 






42 


Clarke, Hester 






44 


Thomas 






11 


Clayball, William 






40 


Clements, Christian 






3^- 37 


Thomas 






37-8 


Cleves, John 






24. 20 


Clutterbuck, Rev. R. 


II 




JJ 


Colcord, Edward 






66 


Cole, John 






39 


Coleshill, Lady 






9 


Colnett, Richard 






20 


Comyns, Dorothy 






18 


Richard 






18 


Conway, Lord 






27 


Conyers, Sir John 






51 


Copley, Anne 






13- 52 


Margery 






20 


Copley, Richard 






2C 


Sir Roger 






•'3- 52 


Cotterell, Sir Charles 




J4 


Cottington, Eliz. 






32 


Creting, Arms 






5 


Crekelade, ) Alice 
Cricklade. > Arms 




to, I r 




10 


or Crvkkelade, ) Chr 


istine 


10, 1 1 


Eleanor 






10, II 


Elizabeth 


9. 


10 


II, ;2 


Family 






3. 9. io 


John ' 




10 


II, 12 


Nicholas 






10 


Robert 






10, II 


Thomas 


9, 


10 


, II, 5- 


Cuff. 






*» 4 


, Gushing, Caleb 






66 



46 

81 
20 I 
51 '• 
'3 1 
63 
36 I 
51 i 
50 I 
J4 , 
19, 20, 23 
f, 19 
19, 20 

19. 52 ; 

19. 23. 5- ; 

20 I 

45 i 
45 
12 
r I, 12 
39 
31 
14. 5-. 53 
37 
39 
15 

61 

51 
12, 13 
II, 18 

References are to pajjes.. 



630 



ENGLISH INDEX PERSONS. 



Dabridgecourt, 

Dale, Lady 

Dalton, Rev. Timothy 
Daniell, Rev. J. J. 
Davenport, Christopher 
De la Lynda, Hugo 
De la Riviere, Sir John 
De la Warr, Lord 
De Lusteshull, v. Lushill. 
Denis, ) Margery 

Denys, > Michael 
or Dennis, ) Thomas 
Derbv, Earl of 
Ditch'field, Rev. P. PI. 
Doughty, John 
Drake, S. G. 
Drew, Agnes 

Arms 
I Family 

Isabel 

John 

Katharine 

Lawrence 

Lucy 

Margaret 11, 12, 

Thomas 11, 12, 

Dudley, Robert Lord 

Sambueren, Lord 
Dummer, Richard 
Dunstanville, Agnes 

Nicholas 

Earbury, Rev. Anthony 
Edward, Evan 
Elizabeth, Queen 
Evans, Cornelius 

Jane 

John 

Martha 

Nathaniel 

Rebecca 

Fairfax, Sir John 

Sir William 
Fessenden, Wm. P. 
Fiennes, Sir Thomas 
Fifield, William 
Fitz Albany, Lord 
Fitz Ponz, Drogo 
Fleetwood, Edward 

Flower, Martha 

Nicholas 
Forbes, Col. 
Foster, Alfred D. 
Freke, Sir Thomas 

Garnett, Frances 

Richard 

Thomas 
Gascoigne, Sir William 
Gattonbv, Anne 



■50 

27 
64-5 

37 

7,& 

51 

61 

20-1 
;i, 26 

20 

9 

8 

39 
4 
12 
4, 12 
12 
12 
12 



12 

54 
54 
51 
5' 
b3 
9 
9 

35' 37 

42 

13 

25,26 

25, 26 

25, 26 

25 



25. 



51 
51 

66 

12, 13 

66 

50 
12 

38 

36 

36,37 

36, 37 

17 

21 

24, 26 



Gepsone, William 
Gerrard, Thomas 
Gibbes, John 

Samuel 
Glover, Robert 

Goodfellow, 

Gosfruit, I Francis 

or Gosfright, S Kittiana 

Margaret 

Peter 

Richard 
Gray. Miles 
Green, Giles 
Grimston, Roliert 
Gullock, Widow 
Guydott, \\'iiliam 

Hall, Eleanor 

Joan 

John 

William 
Hamilton, Richard 
Hand, Jeremiah 

Mary 
Harbord, Clenience 

Roger 
Harden, Ralph de 
Harrington, George 
Hassell, Anne 

Robert 
Hatton, Anne 

William 
Haydock, Thomas 
Hayman, John 

Haynes, Robert 
Haywood, George 

Ralph 

Thomas 

William 
Hearne, Sir Nathl. 
Henrv IV 
Henry VII 
Herapath, Marion 
Herbert, William 
Herriet, Richard de 
Hertland, Walter 
Hestwest, John 
Higge, 



5,9 



10 

43 

42-3 

42-4 

42-4 

42,44 

42-3 

29 

39 
51 
27 

3S| 

10, 11 

22 
II 

25! 
10 

iSl 

18 i 

15, »7 ! 
15, 17 1 

6i 

28 

2S-9 

28-9 

18 

iS 



Hungerford, Katherine n 

Hurdis, .Mary 43 
Husseburne, I 
or Hurstbourne, \ Thos. de 6 
Hussey, Christopher 60, 62, 63, 66 

Stephen 62 

Theodate 60 

Hutchinson, Anne 63 

Iremonger, Rev. T. L. 33, 61 

Irlande, Edward 10 

Katherine 10 

Jeanblin, 41 

Jellman, Agnes 12 

John 12 

Jenyns, Agnes 16 

Jervois, Francis M. E. 35 

Lucy 35 

Thomas 34^5 

Sir Thomas 34~5 

Jessopp, John 30 

John, Anthony 42 

David 42 

Lewis 42 

Johnson, Rev. J. A. 8 

Juxon, Abp. 61 

Kelsey, Henry 36 

Kencpy, Hugh. 12 

King, Hugh 7 



Anthony 
Priscilla 

Cell, Rev. J. 

George, Peter 



Hyde, William 

James 
Hinxman, Joseph 
Hoar Family 
Holmes, Anne 

Thomas 
Hoo, Lord 
15 Holton, Gilbert 
15 Hook, William 
15 Hopgood, Rowland 
50 I Horsington, Jane 
22, 23 I Howe, Mary 
William 
Howgfove, Thomas 

3 Huddlestone, 

40 Hughes, Thomas 

Read Introductorv Note to Indexes. 



22-4, 32-3, S^' 59 



26 


Lambert, Robt. 




25 


28,30 


Lane, John 




1 : 


24 


Langford, John 1 1 


12 


, 20 


44 


Latimer, z'. Neville. 






43 


Laud, Abp. 




61 


46 


Laundel, John 




S 


42-3 


Lawrence, 




36 


27 


Le Bas, Anne 




41 


43 


Charles Samborne 


42 


45 


8,9 


Frances 




45 


13 


James 


41 


42 


47 


John 41 


-r- 


44 


ID 


Kittiana 


42 


45 


6 


Michael 




41 


8 


Margaret 




42 


'3 


Mary 




41 


36 


Peter 




42 


anceilor 42 


Richard 


42 


45 


39 


Legge, Nicholas 




12 


36 


Levett, Christopher 




30 


36-S 


Lewis, Lewis 




42 


19 


Lie, Parnabas 




27 


16, 52, 54 


Linlev, Frances 




47 


16, 52, 54 


Peter 




47 


14 


Sarah 




47 


. 14 


Lisle, } Alianora 




20 


34' 


or Lisley, )' Anne 




20 


32-3 


Arms 




19 


22-3 1 


Lady Mary 




20 


16, 52 : 


Margery 


19 


20 


16, 52 ; 


-Sir John 


'9. 


20 


Mi 


Sir Thomas 




19 


42 1 






55 


sl 


Ljames, John 




44 


References i 


ire to pages. 







ENGLISH INDEX PERSONS. 



631 



1 Agne? 
[ Arms 



Lloyd, David 

Lodge, Thos. 

Long, John 

Loscombe, John 
Martha 

Lusher. Anne 
William 

Lushill, ] 

Lusteshull. 

Ue Lusteshull, 

or Lewcell, 
Family 
Joan 
John 
Sir John 
Nicholas 
Thomas 
Sir Simon 
William 

Lynde, Hugo de 



Macke Owen, Hugh 
Marchant, Agnes 
Marshall, Dr. G. W. 
Maskelyne, A. S. 
MaOdley, Amice 

Roger 

Maxon, 

Meader, Nicholas 
Mercer family 

Hester 
Meulneux, Sir John 

Merrialt, 

Mervyn, Augustvn 

Priscilla 
Middleton, John de 
Milborne Anne 

George 

Martha 

Thomas 
Miles, Arthur 
Minils, L. C. R. 
Mihvard, Nicholas 

Roger 
Mogge, Richard 
Moleyns, Thomas 
^^ompesson, Isabel 

John 
Moody, Giles 
Morgan, Sir Charles 

Christopher 

Joanna 

Sylvanus 
Moyer, Mary 

Sir Samuel 
Mussell, 

Neville, Robert 
Newhall, Thomas 

Newport, 

Nichols, John Gough 

Orange, Edward 

Elizabeth 
Oxenbridge, Thomas 



42 Paganel, Ralph 
37 Paisan, Robert 
36 Pallett, Jane 
29 I Palmer, Golding 
29 Panes, Robert 

13 Pargiter, 

13 Payne, Sir Robert 
9 1 Peckham, Grace 
4, 9 ! Henry 

Catherine 8, 9, 52 ! Pembroke, Earl of 
J Sir Edmund 9 [ Perhani, John 

9 I Perke, Nicholas 
9 I Peter, Rev. Hugh 
8, 91 Pexsall, Edith 
8,9 Ralph 

9 ! Phillimore, W. P. W 



9 
9 



16 

4 

9 

30. 51 

30. 5' 



Phillips, Agnes 

Sir Thos. 
Phil[iott, John 

Nicholas 

Peter 

Roger 

Thomas 

Pinckiiey, 

Plampian, Thos. 
Poculchurch, ( 

or Pucklechurch, \ Agm 
Polden, Nicholas 



60 

59 
si 

36 



25 
25 
25 
44 
47 
Addenda 



:;^ ! Polhanipton, John 
' L. ' Polstede, Henry 



-4, 26 



12 

27 
62 
20 I 
20 ' 



Joan 
Pompe, Valentine 
Porter. William 
Pott, Yen. Archdeacon 
Pouleti-Scro]5e, (j. W. 
Poynes, Lord 
Priaulx. Rev. John 

Family 

Pride, 

Prinne, Benjamin 
Proger, Mrs. 

Rawlins, John 
Rawlinson, Thos. 
Rayley, John 
Restwold, Henry 

Lucy 

Thomas 
Richards, Elizabeth 



S2-3i 
S-~3 \ 
8 
8i 

46 I 

63! 

20 
20 

XI M. 5 
46 

8 
20 

Addenda 
20 

Addenda 



J/ 



-5- 39 
12 

14. 52-4 
14. 52-4 



3 j St. Mary Chuch, William de 6 
41 I Samborne, ~j Abigail 32, ^^ 

37 i Sanibourne, I Agnes 14 

16 I .Samburne, [Alexander 24,25 
23 I or Sandburn, J Anne 13, 14, 16, 
43 1 18,21,23,25,28,29,31,32, 

61! 3f^.39-4'.47o'o=o''^'57.5^ 

Apollos 25 

Arms 4. 5, 72, 73 

Parnaby 28, 30, 30, 4;, 55 
Sir Barnaby 4, 22, 24-8, 30, 

S'-itJ. 57 
Benjamin ' 



"4 



59 
60 



44-5 

44-5 

37 



Richbell, William 
Rignouf, Marie 
g^ I Robbins, Isaac 
Sarah 
Rogers, Anne 
Rogers, John 
Rote, John 
Russell, Nicholas. 
Thomas 



501 
62 I 

-4 j Sadler, Dorothv 

40 j Toby 

Saintlowe, John 
27, 28 1 Saint John, Owen 

27 I .St. Martin, Anne 
12, 13 ' Thomas 

Read Introductorv Note to Indexes. 



Blanche 

Bridget 

Catherine 

Christian 

Cicely 

Clemence 

Cornelius 

Davy 

Deborah 



18, 28, 29, 52 

»5. 52-4 
23, 24, 26, 28, 57 

S. 9. 52, 53. 54 
34. 36, 37 
28 
15, 16 
25 
45 
29 



46 
27 

46 
4S 
36 
12 

12, 54 

II. 12, 54 

. '4. 52-4 

14 

29 

39 

29, 

29 
19, 20, 23 
19, 20, 23 

13 
29 i 

isi 
18 • 

30.39 

42 
20, 21 

20 ' 

References are to pages 



Dorothy 17,18, 22, 23, 2 -n.j^.j- 
Drew or Drugo 4, ;, 9. 12, 

'3. 52'. 53. 54 
Edmund 14-6, 52-4 

Edward 23, 25, 32, 33, 56, 57 
Edward Lmley 46, 47 

Edward Mott 47 

Eleanor 32 

Elizabeth 9, 10. 11, 14. (5, 16. 
20, 21, 23, 25, 28, 29, 31, 35. 
36, 38, 44, 52-4 
Ellen ;o 

Ezra 25, 29 

Frances if, 16, 52, 53 

Frances Linley 47 

Francis 22, 23, 24, 25, 40, 41. 

43, Addenda 



13, 14-16. 52-4 
17, iS, 52-4 

44. 46 
26 

45 
2;, 28 



Grace 
Henry 
Sir Henry 
Hester 
Isaac 
Isabel 
Israel 

Ivell 25 

James 22, 23,30,32-8.56,57,59 

James Wheat 47 

Jane 23, 26. 46, 51 

[ane Ann 47 

Jean 14-16. -,2 

Joan or Joanna 6, 12-14, 

31, 46. 52-4 

Johanna de 6 

John I, 16, iS. 20-3C, 32. 39- 

43. 46. 5C-2. 55-8,62, 

Addenda 



Sir John 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Juliana de 

Julius 

Katherine 

Lawrence 

Lucv 



iS 



' 46 
5, ?6, 29, 52 
6 

33- 3^ 

15, 16, 36, 38. 52 

15. 16. 52. 53 

35 



632 



ex(;lish index — persons. 



Samborne or Sambourne, 

Mackley 29, 30, 35 

Mack Robert 50 

Magdalen 25 

Margaret 12-16, 24, 25, 27, 31, 

, . 39. 42, 5- 

Mariaii Ilerapath 47 

Martha iS, 22, 23, 25, 29, 31, 37 
Mary 16,18,19,24,29,31,32, 

35- 37. 39. 4 '. 43. 45- 5-. 53.54 j 
Maud Frances 47 I 

Maudley 4, 2r, 31, 32, 31 | 

Maudley Herai)ath 47 j 

Michael 39, 41, 42, 46 | Stanfatte, Richard 

Nathaniel 46 ! Stodleigh, ) Alice 

Nicholas 1-12, 19-33, 40, 43, j de Stodlegh, 
52, 57 j Studley, 



Slocutn, John 
Smith, Alexander 

Charles 
Snell, Oliver 
Southampton, I'.arls of 
Squire, Chiistopher 
Stampe, Clemence 

l)orothy 17, 52 

Kli/abeth 15, 52, 

John 15, 17, 52 

Margaret 

Richard ly 

Thomas 



Obadiah 

Peter 

Phebe 

Pri^5ciila 

Richard 



26, 29 1 
24. 28, 29 

25. =9 



John 
Robert 
Thomas 
Walter 



Dionisia 
Joan 



Sir Richard 
Robert de 
Robert 
Sir Robert 
Samborne S 
Samuel 
Sarah 
Sibyl 
Stephen 
Susan 
Swithin 
Sir Thomas 



4, 6, 16, iS, 24-9, ' 

36-41, 44, 46, 52-4 Stone, Catherine 
51 I 

6,7 
46, 50 



I. 57 



24.43 



62, 65 

24, 46 

22-5 

5' 



Thomas 4, 13-16, 27, 28, 30-2, 
34.35.37,39.42.43.47.50-5 



Toby 

Ursula 
Waller 
William 



■4, 28 
46 
9, 12-15,52-4 
I, 11-14, 18, 19, 



Stoughton, Jane 
Lawrence 

Swayne, Arthur 
Edward 
Richard 
29 I Sidenham, 

35! 

Talbot, Sir Gilbert 
Talboys. Sir Ralph 
Tanner, John 
Temmes, Agnes 

John 
Tenniel, Sir John 
Terry, Marv 



14. 5-' 
14, 52, 



16 j Tichborne, Dorothy 



Theobald, Lewis 
Thornbury, John 
5, 30-2, 36, 40, 43-5, I Throgmorton, Margaret 
47, 50- 5--7. 62 I 
Sir William 50, 51 ; Sir Thomas 

Sandberg Family and Arms , • Sir William 

Sandys, Richard 
Sir William 
Saunder, Case 
Shepford, Richard 
Sherfield, Henry 
Shottesbrooke, Agnes 
Sir Gilbert 
Joan 
Shrewsbury, l.ishop Ralph of 
Sibell, Joan 



18. 



51 
7, 28,5r, 
7, 28, 50, 



24 
3S 
24 
39 
9 
39 
'5 
54 
57 
54 
15 
5- 
15 
30 
II 
1 1 
II 
1 1 
II 
II 
II 
II 
38 
38 
53 
53 
34 
34 
26 

51 

12 

50 

3- 

9 

9 

47 

5- 
iS 

36 
1 1 

28, 
55 
55 



Uvedale, William 20 

Vachell, Thomas 16 

Vannes, Dean 14 

Vaughan, Anne 31 

fohn . 42 

Virgil 31 

Venables, Richard 33 

Vennour, Margaret 14, 52-4 

Viliis, Phebe 25-6 

Sarah 25-6 



16, 52, 
16, 52, 



John 

William 
Sideham, John 
Sidnor, Richard 
Silver, Bridget 
Simpson, Thoinas 
Singleton, Christoph.er 

Elizabeth 

John 

Thomas 

Walter 



Arms 
John 
Nicholas 
Tipping, Catherine 
Thomas 

1 Sir John 
Tiptoft, or ! Robert 
Tybetot, [ Margaret 
J Milllcent 
Tirrell, Cornelius 
8, 9 i Todd, Simon 
22 j Tomlinson, Josiah 
14 j Tracy, John, Lord 
44 ! Trebery, Lewis 
ifc ; Tudor-Sherwood, George F. 



22, 51 



Wafer, Jane 

Richard 
Waket"ield, James 
Walgrave, Charles 
Walker, Isabel 

Richard 
Waleys, Robert 
Walrond, Christine 

Joan 

Robert 

William 
Walsch, Joan 
Le Walshe, Sir Robert 

Wendliane 
Warneford, Richard 

Susan 
Weaver, Rev. F W. 
Webb, Ursula 

William 
Weld, Rev. Thomas 

Wentworth, 

West, John 
Westcott, Mary 
Wheat, Ann 

James 
Wheatley, Thomas 
White, Martha 

Nicholas 

Sir Thomas 

Walter 
Wilberforce. Sir Robert 
Willoughby, Pridget 23, ^r, 

Lord 



20, 21 
20, 21 

37 
27 
45 
45 
10 
10, II 

9 
II 
1 1 



10 
26 
26 
II 
44 

31 
62 

50 
20 

36 
47 
47 
29 
iS 

24, 26 
61 
II 
;i 

55. 57 
23 
57 
14 



Turner. John 
Turner, Kachel 
Tyntenull, John 



36 
14 
44 
50 
42 
33 
37 
37 



Wilsett, Anthony 

Wincalton, Walter 

Windsor, Lord 12, 13, 52. 54 

Wing, Deborah 59, 63 

John 59, 63 

Winthrop, Adam 61 

John 61-5 

Margaret 62 

Worthe, Peter de 9 

Walter de 9 

Wriolhesley, Earl of Southam])- 

ton 9 

Wrottesley, Sir George 35 

Wroughton, Sir Christopher 11 



14 I Urswick, Christopher 11, i 
Read Introductorv Note to Indexes. Refereii 



i Young. Anne 
William 
13 ■ York, Duke of 

ces art- to pajjes. 



21 
3t 
42 



;i ,, .-i-^.-.K 



ENGLISH INl)i:.\ PLACES. 



633 



?:XGLISH INDEX.— PLACES. 
.NL\p Refer- Name. 

ENCE. 



'4 

47 
3(^S. 56, 
17, iS 
iS 



C-9 

;;, 59, 60 D — S 

H-9 

E-9 



2S 

:ro. 56. 57 

5. 7. -• 

29, 41 

29 

7,8 

2S 

II 



Name. P.age. 

Albur)', Surrey 
Aldermaston, IJerks 
Andover, Hants 1,23, : 
Aston Tirrokl, iSerks 
Avington, Hants 

Barnet, Herts 
l.asingstoke, Hants 
Ijeaurtpaire, Hants, 
Hath, Somerset 
Hermondsey, Surrey 
Bethnal Green, Mid. 
Biddestonc, Wills 
Bitton, Glouc. 
Blakelowe, Wilts 
Bletchingley, Surrey 
Blunsdon, Bury, Wilts 
Bradenham, Bucks 
Brimpton, Berks 
Bristol, Glouc. 
Brit'ord, Wiits 
Buckhurst, Berks 
Burghfield, Berks 
Burton, Wilts 

Caen, Normandy 

Calne, Wilts 

Camerton, Somerset 

Castle Combe, Wilts 

Castle Eaton, Wilts 

Checkendon, 0.\f. 

Chittleworth, Wilts 

Cholsey, Berks 

Clatford, Goodworth, Hants 23, 33, 56, 57, 59 D — S 

Clatford, Uj^per, Hants 33-7. 56, 57, 59, bo I) — S 

CoUumpton, Devon 39 

Coker, East. Sonit. 600 ' F — 3 

Coughton, Warwick 3 

Cricklade, Wilts 2, 10 A — 6 

Crudwell, Wilts 11 A — 5 



47. 


56, 


57 


30, 


39. 


44 








J3 






r "**■ 








■J 




1 2- 


-I « 






' -t 




s" 







Derby 

Dorking, Surrey 
Dunsdon, O.xf. 



Easton-in-Gordano, Somer' 


46 




C-3 


Emborow, Somerset 




- 1 




n-3 


Englefield, Berks 




15 




c-9 


Enham, Hants, 




36 




D— S 


Evesham, Warwick 




3 






Faringdon, Berks 




S, 12 




A -7 


Farmborough, Somer 


set 


29 




C— 4 


Fernham, I'.erks 




S, II, 


-. 13 


15—7 


Fletherhill, Pemb. 




4-. 43 






Ford, Wilts 




9 






Freefoik, Hants 




19. =3. 


57 


D— S 


Frome, Sc^merset 




2 




D-4 


Fydington, Wilts 




8 






Gloucester, Glouc. 




10 






Grately, Hants 




34' 35' 


56' 57 


n— 7 



Hackney, Mid. 
Hannington, Wilts 
Hatherden, Hants 
Herriard, Hants 
Heydon, Wilts 
Heydons Wick, Wilts 
Highworth, Wilts 
Hilmerton, Wilts 
Hornblotten, Somerset 
Hurst, Wilts 

Ilminster, Somt. 
Ipsden, 0.\f. 

Jersey, Island of 

Kidderminster, Wore. 
Kington St. Mary, Wilts 
Kmgsclere, Hants 
Kingston, Somerset 
Knoyle, East, Wilts 

Lacock, Wilts 
Langport, Somerset 
Langridge, Somerset 
Lavington, Wilts 
Leigh, Wilts 
Llandaugh, Wales 
L!andeva}log, Caerm. 
London -S-30 

Lushill, Wilts 

Maghtfeldt 

.Maiden Newton, Dorset 
.Malmesbury, Wiits 
Mapledurham, Oxf. 
Marshfield, Glouc. 
Merstham, Surrey 
Merriot, Somerset 
Merston, Wilts 
Minety, Wilts 
Midsomer Norton, Somer 
Mordon, Wilts 
Moulsford, Berks 

Newton Stacey, Hants 
Norton, Derbyshire 
Nunney, Somerset 

Okendun, South, Esse.x 
O.vford. O.xon. 26, 

Paddington, Mid. 
Paulton, Somerset 
Penmeon, Monmouth 
Pincent's Farm, Iierks 
Potterne, Wilts 
Purton, Wits 
Purse Caundle, Dorset 



Reading, Berks 
Map References are to Knglish map on pa^e 2. 



A- 1 3 

D-9 

C-4 



C-4i 

n-131 

B— b; 
A — 10 
C~9 

C-3 
E— 6 

C-9 



30, 39, 40, 41 

10, II C — 5 

30, 39 C— 4 

7. S. 9 B-5 

S A— 6 

16 B— 9 

r I 

4, 15, 17, iS, 5S B — 9 



\GK. 


M 


AP 


Refer- 


^ t" 




ENCE. 


DO 

9 






A— 6 


38 






D-7 


34. 3.S 






D-^ 


1 1, 21 






B— 6 


If 






B— 6 


S 






B-7 


1 1 






B— 6 


-5 






K-3 



16 

60 

I, 2 

56 

'25 



B-9 



B-5 
C— S 
F— 2 
t-5 



44 
60 

'5 



D— 12 



3. 6 C-5 

3, E-2 

9, 10, II. 13 C — 4 

S . D— 6 

9 A— 6 
10 
4^ 
36, 37.4C-7' 5^- 66 B— ij 

S, 9 A— 7 



24,251 39' 40, 41 G— 3 

6, S B— 5 

I, 4, 19, 21 B — 9 

31 C— 4 
37. 38 L)— 13 

6 F— 2 

S D— :; 

3 B-6 

sef3[ D— 3 



4, 16-19 



i;-9 

D— S 



56,61 

47 

3C^2 D-+ 

16 B— 

2S, 3f. 34, 35' 59-61 A— S 



.40 
12 
S 
1 1 

39 

11-16 



D— 3 



C— ; 
B— 6 
F-4 

C— 10 



634 



k:nglish index — places. 



Rodbourne, Wilts ii, 21, 23 

Rood Ashton, Wilts 9 

Rouen, Normandy 4t 

Rudbaxton, I'enib. 43 

Rushton, Xorthants 44 



D— 6 



St. Ishmael's, Penib. 43 

St. Mary Church, Glam. 10 
Salisbury, Wilts i r, i 

Sanibourne, Wilts 2, 6 

Sanibourne, Warwick 3 

Samboiirne Bridge. Wilts 2 
Sanibourne Hill, Wilts 2 

Sandl)Ourne, Wore. 3 

Sandburn, York 3 

Sarson, Hants 
Seagry, Wilts 
Sefton, Hereford 
Sheffield 
Shinfield, ?'erks 
Snelling, iJorset 
Sombourne, Hants 
Sonning. Berks 
Southcot, Berks 
Southani]iton, Hants 
Southrope, Hants 
Southwark, Surrey 
Stambourne, Essex 3 

Steventon, Hants 20 

Stockton-on-Forest, York 3 
Stokeley, Wilts 11 

Stoneaston, Somerset 31 

Stoughton, Surrey 14 

St rat ford-on- A von, Warwick 3 
Streatley, Berks 17 



55' 3S 



E— 6 
B— 6 



34 


I)-7 


IT, 12 


B-5 


15 




47 




12 


: C-9 


26 




3 


E— S 


4, 14-16, 41 


C — ID 


4, ir-15 


C-9 


59, 60, 64 


F— S 


35 


D-9 


28 


K-13 



Studley, Wilts 


3- 9-" 


C-5 


-Swindon, Wilts 


36 


B-6 


Sydling, Upper, Dorset 


-'4, 28 


<^-3 


Tadlev, Hants 


47 


C-9 


Thorn'hill. Wilts 


8 




Thruxton, Hants 


19-21. 34 


lJ-7 


Tichborne, Hants 


22, 56, 57 


E-9 


Tilehurst, I!erks 


12 


C-9 


Timsbury, Somerset 4, 20-S 


30-2,41,56.57 


,599 c— 4 


Tortworth, Glouc. 


2S 


A-4 


Trowbridge, Wilts 


6, 13 


C-5 


Turner's Puddle, Dorset 


23, 24, 26 


G-5 


Wallingford, Berks 


16 


B-9 


W^arminster, Wilts 


2 


1^-Q 


Wasing, Berks 


47 


C-? 


Wellow, Somerset 


30- 39 


C— 4 


Wells, Somerset 


7. 2t, 2S. 29 


D— 3 


Wellsleigh, .Somerset 


25 




West Ham, .Sussex 


43 




Westminster 


7. S, 4^-5 




Weston Patrick, Hants 


3S 


D-o 


Weyhill, Hants 


3-' 33 


D 


Weymouth, Dorset 


39 


H-l 


Wherwell, Hants 


56, 59-61 


D-S 


Wildhern, Hants 


3S 


D-7 


Winchester, Hants 


20, 33, 60, 61 


E-S 


Windsor, Berks 


12-14 


B-i, 


Wokmgham, Berks 


12 


C-io 


WooUey, Berks 


16 


^'-9 

C-? 


Wootton, I. W. 


19 


Worton, Wilts 


s 



D-9 



j Yeovil, Somerset 
B — 9 I York, Yorks 



6.7 



F— -. 



COLONIAL INDEX.— PERSONS. 



N.\ME. 

Abbott, Walter 
Aborn, George 

Bachiler, Anne 

Jethro 
Nathaniel 67-7 

Rev. Stephen 

Barefoote, Walter 
Barsham, John 
Blake, Jasper 

Joshua 

Philemon 
Boulter, Mary 

Nathaniel 
Rradslreet, Ann 

Hannah 

Simon 
Brown, John 

Cass, John 
Samuel 



Page. 

75 
71 

iS, 50, 57-S, 

60,62 

86 

1.74. 77-9. Sr, 

86 

3S' 56-67, 70, 

74-6, 82 

69 

76 

67, 69, 71, So 

S7 

84,87 

82 

69, 70, So, 82 

68 

68 

68 

70, 80 

69, 71 
81 



I Name. 
Chase, Thomas 
Clifford, John 

Samuel 
Clough, Cornelius 
Coffin, Judith 

Tristram . 77, 82 

Colby, Enoch 86 

Colcord, Edward 66, 71. 74-6, S2 



Page, i Name. 

71, 75 ; Dearborn, Thomas 



69, 70 Denison, Gen. 
81 i Dow, Henry 



86 
77. S: 



.Samuel 
Cole, William 
Coleman. Thos. 
Cotton, Rev. John 

Leaborn 
Cox, Moses 
Cram. John 
Cranfield, Gov. 



69. 



84 



Jabez 
Joseph 
Samuel 
Drake, Abraham 
Mary 
Nathaniel 
Robert 



69, 71 Dudley, Joseph 



86 
76 

69, 70 

70. 74 
68,77 



Thomas 
Dummer, Richard 

Eastow, William 
Elkins, Henry 
Endicott, fohn 



Dalton, Abigail 86 

Philemon 69,71.86 Fellows. Samuel 

Samuel 69, 76. 77, .So. 84 Fifield. Giles 

Rev. Timothy 64-5 William 66, 69, 70, 



Map Re 
Read In 



Davis, Capt. James 
Dearborn, Ebenezer 
Godfrey 

fereiices are to Kngflish map ou page 2. 
troductory Xote. References are to page 



S; Fletcher, Tho> 



85 Fogg, Samuel 
71 Folsom, John 



69, 



Page. 

85 

77-9. Si 
78 
Si 
78 

•I, 80,82 
71 
82 
71,82 
-6 
6S 
63 

7', 76 
71 
67 



■5, 78. So 

a-), 71 

:o. So, 82 

So 







COLONIAL INDEX — 


PERSONS 


• 


03s 


Fuller. Giles 




71 


Moulton, Robert 




78 


Samborne, Mercy 


Si 


William 


70 


77 


Thomas 




71 


Samboine, Nathan 


85 








William 


69, 


76, 79 


Nathaniel 


79. 85 


Garland, John 




71 








Peter 


82 


Gilman, John 




76 


Nason, Huldah 




85 


Rachel 


35 


Godfrey, William 




71 


Jonathan 




85 


Reuben 


84-5 


Gove, Abigail 




86 


Sarah 




85 


Richard 77, 79 


. S2-3, 85 


Ebenezer 


82, 


84 


Newhall, Thomas 




62 


Ruth 


82-3 


Edward 


6S, S3-4 


86 


Xudd, Thomas 




7' 


Sarah 


Sl-2 


Mary 




S3 








Shubael 


S3 


John 




84 


Page, Margaret 




79 


Tristram 


82 


Green, Henry 




70 


Robert 


69. 


71. 79 


William 52-7, 67- 


70, 74, 75 


Jacob 




84 


Palmer, Christopher 




69, 71 




77, 79-S2 








Samuel 




79 


Shaw, Benjamin 


82 


Haward, William 




75 


Palmer, William 




74 


Roger 


70, 7\ 


Healey, Samuel 




86 


Peasley, Joseph 




67, 69 


Sherlock, 


77 


William 




86 


Perkins, Abraham 67 


69, 


7', 74 


Sherburne. Henry 


77 


Hill, Joseph 




86 


Isaac 




70 


Sleeper. Thos- 


71, Si 


Hilliard, Emmanuel 




71 


Peter, Hugh 




63 


Smith, Elizabeth 


83 


Timothy 




77 


Philbrick, James 




71" 


John 


79 


Hobbs, Morris 




71 


Thomas 


69, 


70, 80 


Joseph 


S3 


Huggins, John 




70 


Pike, Rev. [ohn 




78 


Robert 


70, 77 


Humber, Humphrey 


67, 69. 70 


74 


Lt. Robert 


6; 


-9, 76 


Sourer, Hannah 


So 


Hussey, Christopher 


60, 62-3, 


5^ 


Prescott, James 




85 


John 


So 




70, 75-7 


82 


Marv 




^S 


Stanyan, Anthony 


70 


Stephen 




62 


Rebecca 




85 


Swayne, \ Francis 


69,70 


Theodate 




60 


Samuel 




85 


or Swaine, \ Richard 
William 


69, 70 
70 


Lamprey, BenjSmin 




78 


Redman, John 69 


71, 


80,82 






Daniel 




77 


Roby, Henry 




69,71 


Taylor, Anthony 


69, 71 


Leach. Tames 




77 








Thurston, Thos. 


So 


Levitt, Thomas 


71. 


80 


Samborne, Abigail 




79. 85 


Tilton, Abraham 


75 








Abner 




82 


Daniel 


Si 


Macy, Thom.as 


67. 


69 


Abraham 




84-5 


Samuel 


76 


Marian, John 


69. 


71 


Anne 




74. 79 


Torrey, William 


69 


Marston, Ephraim 




79 


Benjamin 




79.84 


Tucke, Mary 


79 


James 




79 


David 




84-5 


Robert 69, 


71, 77. 79 


John 




69 


Deborah 




82 


Trask, William 7;, 


Addenda 


Samuel 




81 


Dinah 




79 


William B. 75, 


Addenda 


Thomas 


71. 74 


76 


Dorothy 




82 






William 


69, 71, 78 


79 


Edward 




84-5 


Waldo, Thos. 


75 


Mason, John 


68 


71 


En "ch 




82 


Wall, James 


71 


Joseph 




74 


Huldah 




85 


Walncr, Abraham 


75 


Robert 




77 


Jacob 




85 


Waldron. William 


69 


Merry, Joseph 


69 


71 


James 




85 


Ward, Thomas 


7i,75-8S 


Mingay, Jeffrey 


69, 


71 


Jeremiah 




85 


Wardwell, Eliakim 


69 


Morgan, Abigail 




85 


John 55-S, 67 


-70. 


74-S3 


Warren, Sir William 


77 


John 




85 




Addenda 


Weare, Nathaniel 


77 


Luther 




85 


Jonathan 




79 


Webster, Thomas 


71,80 


Morrill, 




84 


Joseph 


79. 83--^ 


Wedgwood, John 


69. -I 


Moulton, Ann 




80 


Judith 




77. 82 


Wheelwright', Rev. John 69, 82 


Henry 




71 


Josiah 




80-1 


Wiggin, Thos. 


68 


John 


80-1 


Mary 




So-5 


Winthrop, Adam 


6t 


Margaret 




79 


Mehitabe! 




81 


John 


61-5 


Mary 




81 


Mephibosheth 




So- 1 


Margaret 


62 



Read Introductory- Note. References are to pages. 



636 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANUORNS. 





IND 


EX TO 


AMERICAN GENEALOGY.— 


SANCORXS. 








Birth. 


Gen. No. 




Birth. Gen. No. 






Birth. 


Gen. No 


A. Ella 




i33'>ii 


Abigail or Abby 


17S9 240-viii 


Abi 


gail Prescott 


1777 


298-v 


A. Gertrude H. 


1S6S 


S29-iii 




1790 157-viii 




R. 


1S97 


907-i 


A. \V. 


'S73 


2020-iv 




'79' 2-9-'" 




S. 


1S18 


789-iv 


Aaron 


'743 


182 




1792 250-111 




Til ton 


1S16 


2;i-ix 




17S9 


271 




1797 166-viii 


Abi 


jah 


1748 


'■^3 




1792 


165-V 


( 


1800) 232-1 






17S7 


5'5 




'793 


597 




iSoi 355-iii 






(iSoo) 488-1 




iSoo 


733 




I So I 615-iv 






i8c9 


I2CS 




1S15 


1045 


( 


1801) 849-! 


Abi 


sher Alamanderi835 


1149-i 




1824 


1660 




1802 31 i-viii 


Abner 


1694 


19 




'S37 


527-i 




1S02 369-iii 






1702 


i2-ix 


Abba y.. 


1S4S 


1071-ii 




1S03 4S4-i 






1726 63 


S. 


1S46 


874-i 


( 


1S03) 135-.X 






1746 308 


Abiathar 


1705 


47 




1S04 200-iv 






1764 


65-iii 




173^ 


124 




1S05 167-iv 






1772 


337 




17S1 


S49 




1S05 785-ii 






'773 


'75 




(1S05) 849-iii 




1806 274-iv 






17S6 


449 


Abiel 


1796 


"47 




1S09 336-viii 






1800 87 7 


Abigail or Abhy 


1653 


2-iii 




1810 765-iv 






iSiS 


642-ii 




1656 


7-i 




18 1 2 720-iv 




J- 


1870 


134'8-in 




1700 


9-vi 




1S14 3'.3'x 




Johnson 


:8", 


634-v 




1703 


8-v 




'815 553-''i 




Russell 


1838 


87--X 




1704 


13-V 




1S17 243-111 




True 


1821 


345-''i 




- 1712 


14-ix 




1817 577-ii 


Abra Ann 


1841 


739--':i 




i7'3 


1 5-ii 




1S20 522-i 


Abraham 


1696 


24 




1716 


20-i.x 




1S26 r533-i 






'7'7 


53 




1721 


41-iv 


Abigail A. 


1S52 947-111 






1729 


116 




1725 


27-vi 


A. 


1475-vni 






1732 


S3 




173' 


22-viii 


Ann 


1S19 410-V1 






'735 


79 




'732 


iioi 


Ann 


1841 671-iii 






1743 


207 




'734 


69-ii 


Ann 


1852 3S4-vi 






1744 


20S 




'735 


107-iii 


Ann 


1S56 1S31 ii 






1756 


53--^ 




1736 


3'-ii 


Augusta 


1S37 43c^iii 






'757 


216 




174S 89-v 


H. 


1782 304-i 






1759 3S^ 




1748 


103-ii 


H. 


1S34 5S2-iv 






1762 


212A 


\ ■ ■ 


1754 91-111 


Burleigh 


1S18 767-iii 






1766 


230 




'754 


119-11 


C. 


1S39 795-' 






1771 


53(5 




1760 


I2i-ii 


C. 


1S44 i4go-vii 






' / / - 


77 = 




1762 


141-i 


Delina 


1879 1149-viii 






r7Si 


565 




1764 


i8i-ii 


Eloise 


1S45 4iS-vii 






17S7 


357 




1765 


73vi , 


Etta 


1841 66 ^-vi 






1787 


362 




1765 


8i-viii 


F. 


1S33 6is-i 






1791 


741-. 




('765) 


130-i 


F. 


1852 1052-V 






1792 


602 




(.766) 


187-iii 


Foss 


1S79 I2 20-vi 






1795 


555 




1767 


129-viii 


Frances 


1S44 562-iii 






1795 


1234 




176S 


190-iv 


Georgiana 


1S39 377-v 






1 798 


552A 




1770 


302-ii 


Gijnian 


1S17 20i-iv 






'799 915 




1772 


S5-iv 


Hardv 


1S67 1214-i 






1804 


1230 




'774 


151-ii 


J- 


1S40 874-viii 






1S05 


571 




•776 


248-1 


Jane 


1847 I2i6-i 






1S08 


600 




1777 


290-1 


Janet 


i8;9 1372-i 






1809 


1=75 




177S 


iS2-vii 


Josephine 


1S59 i6So-i 






1S21 


1498 




1779 


234-.xi 


.\r. 


iSfi 745-ii 






(1S23) 


1261 




'779 


241-i 


M. 


1834 1526-xii 






1S24 


1 167-iii 




17S0 


i9S-iv 


Marston 


'793 509-i'i 






182Q 


1234-V 




17S1 


295-v 


^^a^ston 


1S06 4S6-iii 






1837 


365-i 




17S4 


330-1 


Morgan 


1814 287-vii 






1S43 


558-x 




(17S6) 


'34-ix 


P. 


1S02 743-iii 






1S53 


!;70-v;i 




1787 


172-iii 


Page 


1S29 750-i.x ; 




B. 


1825 


12S2 




1789 


199-vii 


Peasley 


iSii 742-x 1 




B, 


1839 


'535-'^' 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORN; 



Abraham Bodwell 

C. 

F. 

Gilbert 

J. 

S. 

Sargent 

Seth 

Smith 
Achaicus 
Achsah 



Ada 



Caroline 

E. 

G. 

Gertrude 
Lawrence 
May 

Strobridge 
Adaline 



F. 

M. 

Nancy 
Adela Imogene 

May 
Adelbert 
Adelia Ann IJabson 

P.J. 
Adelaide 

J- 

Viola 
Addie F. ] 

Adna 

P- 1 

Adoniram Judson i 

" I 

Agnes , 

] 

Eiida I 

Rebecca i 

Ai I 

Alanson A. i 

L. I 

Albe Cadv i 

Albert ' r; 



iS;S 



'■ Albert Bailey 
■ Heckwith 

I Burns 

I ^- 

Ellison 

Eugene 

i ^-^ 

PVederick 

! G. 

I Gould 

1 H. 

I Moyt 

1 Hvatt 

i '■ 

I James 

I John 

J L. 

■ Lyman 

• Norwood 

I ^'^• 

I Kilev 

I S. 

i ■''• 

! Whittemor 

i Alberta M. 

•Albina Witham 

.-Vlbion 

King P. 
P. 

Alcina Eveline 
.•\lden 

B. 

F. 

Winslow 
Aldis 

Alexander A. 
Alfred 



Burley 
G. 

Hines 
Josiah 
Lerov 
N. ' 
Nott 
S. 

Shepard 
Shepard 
Willis 
Alice 



iS86 



I Alice J. 
I Josephine 

1 . Dennett 

; Lincoln 

I Louise 

I I^ouise 

I M. 

I .Mabel 

! Maud 

-Maud 
May Maud 
Melissa 
Perkins 
.A.line Etta 
Allan Page 
Allen E. 
Alma Adelaide 
Ann 
•Atlanta 
J. 
Almanda Georgi- 
an a 
Almeda 
-Almena 
Almira 



i?6i i24S-iii 



iSSj 
1S63 
iS;; 
1S67 
1S5S 
1S6S 
1S6S 
1.S60 
1S6S 
1S51 
JS74 

r8;4 

iSSi 
1S40 
1S46 
1S45 
1862 



'3' I'v 

1138-11 

1791-ii 

1825-ii 

1465-V 

20S0-V 

i370-iii 

1321-ii 

1742-i 

710-iii 

'379-iii 
i4ioiii 
iSji-i 

3c 6- VII 1 
709-i 
I ^35-'^ 
'543 IV 



Allen 
Alonzo 



83S-.\i B. ,849 

1232-ih ; B. ,884 

1040-i I D. 18S4 

4-8-i I Eugenia 18G6 

iS'7-i ; Evelvn 1S64 

i430-.\: j G. 1 866 

'57' Glidden 1796 
References are to Genealogical Xu 



; Amanda 

i Ann 

t Anna 

, Blake 

j Burgess 

t Jane 

Susan 
Almon 

E. 
Almond M. 
j Alonzo 
1 

I D. 

I Franklin 

I Herbert 

j Homer 

L. 
i M. 

I Alphonso Hamii 
! -Alta Almeda 
i Althea 

I Owen 

' Alton A. 
Alvah 

H. 

Osgood 
S. 
.A Ivan F. 
Alvin 



Eugene 
Eugene 



1821 374-i 
1S4S 577-iv 
1809 782-vi 
(1813) 341-V 
1821 4U-vi 
1S23 33S-xi 
1S3S 403-ix 

1539 5Si-vi 

S;o-vi 

1S27 36S-vi 
1849 i-77-:v 
1S49 i2io-ii 
1829 83S-vii 

1547 3^7-i-^ 
1832 560-vii 

1548 993-ii 

1^3^ 433 'x 

1540 553-ii 

1543 15'6-vi 
1S72 1497-ii 
1S22 602-ii 
1S2S 642-vii 

1544 553-^- 
1S27 i32S-iii 

'•^7^ 1539-iv 
1S3S 790-v 
1846 710-i 
1832 796-v 
ton 1 86 1 I ;30-i 
1882 1138-1 
183S 1442 ii 
1S74 688-iv 
1846 263-vi 
1S70 92r-v 
1823 1252 
1876 i869-i!i 
1841 1071-i 
1841 1251-ii 
1S66 1907-iv 
1S14 696 
iS-6 357-iii 
1S46 IC30 
1837 i5:'>i*^ 
18:5 648-111 
1872 1412-iii 



mbers, not pages 



638 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORNS 



Alvin Ol 


iver 


1855 1130-ii j 


Angelina and 


1830 785-xi j 


AnneCarr 


1 80S 486-1 V 


P. 




1S24 1907 


Angeline 


1832 I202-ii 1 


Chandler 


1 868 1099-V 


Alvina 




1S07 551-iv . 1 


G. 


1^35 405-iii 


Chase- 


1805 7S2-iv 


Alvira 




1S31 550-ix 1 


M. 


1S40 382-! 1 


Clifford 


1794 217-iv 


Amanda 




1S27 401-x 1 


P. 


1827 1327-iii 1 


D. 


1794 510-11 






1S33 798-11 


Ann, Anna, and 


1662 2-viii 


E. 


1825 380-iii 






1S42 S59 


Anne 


1699 14-iii 


E. 


•83' 753-^' 






1S50 1009-iii 




1705 39-ii 


E. 


1832 99.S-1V 




B. 


1825 1 192-ii 




1715 22-1 


Eliza 


1S31 1231-ix 




Maria 


1833 612-V 




1727 66-ii 


Eliza 


1850 I22b-iii 


W. 




1832 706-i 




1731 107-i j 


Elizabeth 


1840 1132-vii 


Amariah 




1773 744 




1733 6S-iii 1 


Ethel 


1876 1029-iii 






1805 744-'ii 




1737 71-ii 


F. 


i860 ii46A-iv 


Ambrose 




1S23 577-v 




1740 49-11 1 


G. 


1852 1458-111 






1S29 I 167-V 




1743 57-ii 1 


Grace 


1S94 1135-iii 






1S44 570-v 




1750 77-11 


Hayward 


1842 562-ii 




J- 


1820 1014 




1751 iii-ix 


J- 


1833 4-4-iii 




S. 


1S17 568-1 i 




'759 73-iv 


J- 


1S53 775-'^' 


Amelia 




1874 2080-vili 




1759 76-Vlll ; 


Josephine 


1S69 1S35-V 


t 




1831 470-i 


( 


1760) I20-iv 


L. 


1842 I53'>ii 


J 


ane 


1843 ^'6-i 




1763 190-ii 


L. 


1S51 I27n-iv 


Amos 




1726 121 


( 


1764) iSS-iv 


L. 


1874 i54S-ii 






1794 240-x 




1768 92-iii 


Lavinia 


1861 i8i2-i 






iSoi S33 




1771 [82-iii 


Leavitt 


1867 1312-iii 






1812 S80 




1 77 1 187-vi 


Letitia 


ti40-iv 






rSi2 77vi 




1771 197-ii 


Louise 


1876 iS63-iii 






(1830) 878-ii 




1775 294-v 


M. 


1842 1139-iii 






1837 i25S-i 




C776 ic^S-ii 


M. 


1844 87C-iii 


B. 




1S32 r473-ii 




1778 302-vii 


M. 


1868 i24S-iv 


Bean 


1852 7S4-viii 




1780 293-xi 


M. 


1876 1733-^' 


Cogswell 


1S05 1172 




1781 296-vii 


Maria 


1816 2i4-x;v 


H 




1S56 1859-1 




1782 299-ii 


Maria 


1834 1454-iv 


H 


oward 


1S47 I34i-i\ 




1783 72-vi 


Maria 


184G 559-x 


R 




1S60 1 508-iii 


( 


17S3) 205-iii 


Maria 


1 84 1 S"i6-i 


- S. 




— 7rs V 




1784 170-ii 


Maria 


1S4S iSic-ii 


Smith 


1S04 469 




1785 226-i 


Maria 


i860 1450-ii 


Amy 




17 10 14-viii 




1786 156-viii 


Maud 


1874 663-v 






1733 3'-' 




1786 475-i 


Mehitabel 


1841 8ii-viii 


E. 




1 886 1496-iv 




1791 26i-iii 


Page 


1811 2;i-vn 


G. 




186S 599-i 


( 


1791) 32S-iii 


Page 


1851 656-ii 


M. 




1859 iioo-ii 




1793 -6^^-i . 


Stanton 


1859 74>^iv 


Amzi 




1S09 1 144 




1793 5oS-iii 


T. 


1813 47'3-xi 






1S40 1141-V 




1796 223-v 


Tilton 


i860 "O-iii 


U. 




1875 '780-ii 




1798 743-i 


Violet 


1S82 187 ^vii 


Andrew 




1766 307 




1800 493-iii 


W. 


17S5 31S-I 






1773 316 


: 


1804 479-vii 


W. 


1819 271-i!! 






'797 307-ii 




1806 223-vi 


Wadleigh 


1776 289-ix 




F. 


iSa6 1733 


1 


1S06 334-vi 


Wadleigh 


1800 743A-iii 


r 


F. 


'876 i733-'v 




iSoS 33 5- viii 


Walker 


1859 1213-ii 




Fifield 


1S69 1370-iv 




1813 518-i 


Annette 


1S30 438^11 




J- 


1809 S49-V 




1814) 448-ii 


S. 


1847 707-^' 




J. 


1836 636 iii 




1816 922-i 


Ansil Xorris 


1894 1292-V 




J. 


1 84 1 14^4-vii 




1823 570-i 


Anson 


1S04 1 1 15 




J. 


1S46 5S9-ix 




1824 224 X 




1S49 i-03-iii 




Jackson 


1829 1370 




1825 820-iv 


Anthony Langforc 


1831 944-iii 




James 


1833 1202-iii 




1834 I2C3-I 


Apphia 


1722 -iS-i;i - 




Joslyn 


1165-i 


1 


1840 1233-ii 




1749 59-ii 


. 


Lorenti 


le 1835 137- 


1 
1 


IS57 11031 




1801" 443 i 




N. 


1S30 345-vii 


1 


1S63 95r-vi 


C. 


1228-i 




Page 


1804 654 




1884 1960-xi 


W. 


1861 1144-viii 




W. 


1847 8-,6-iii 


: A. 


1854 57c-ii 


Arabella 


1815 533-'i 




Woodman 1814 i;ii 


Abigail 


1S56 1458-iv 




1S18 629-iv 


Angela 




1856 1045-viii 


B. 


1778 181-X 




1852 1253-1 


Angelina and 


iSui 14911 


B. 


1 80 1 393- V 


Araminta 


1801 143-ix 


' . Angeline 


1801 3;o-ii 


Boardman 


1S54 1008-V 


Aravesta 


1S30 439-i 






(1S26) 379-viii 


C. 


1844 666-viii 


i 


1063-ix 


/ 




Rcferen 


ces are to Geuealog 


cal Numbers, n 


ot pages. 







INDEX TO 


AMERICAN: Gl- 


NEAI 


.OGV- 


Archibald 


S19 S50-vi 


Augustus I. 


iS>5 


898-1 




S48 642-xvii 


L. 


is;. 


870-i 


Arcturus Orion 


S09 384 


Leavitt 


1864 


iy)S-v 


Aretas R. 


82S 651-iii 


Mudge 


iSSS 


1752-ui 


Rowe 


S34 2056 


P. 


ISI9 


34" -VI 


Ariana E. 


845 94S-i 


Aurelia P. 


1809 


724-ii 


Ariel 


794 726 


Aurilla G. 


IS3- 


1430-vi 


Arlie Bell 


S78 1 1 38-1 V 


Austin E. 


'837 


8i4vii 


Arline H. 


S52 1251-vi 


G. 


1849 


1 123-vi 


Aroliiie E. 


S25 372-iv 


Azel 


IS02 


377 


Arra A. 


433-^" 


Alonzo Augustus 




Arthur 


810 591 
Sic 520-iii 




IS36 


961 


- 


697-iv 


B. A. 


1869 


1030-i 


Augustus 


83S 591-ii 


Barbara Ward 


1 89 1 


ioS3-ii 


B. 


875 1716-ii 


I]asil Isaac 




i305-iv 


C. 


S42 1366-i 


Batchelder Brown 


IS06 


3'9-'v 


G- 


872 9g3-.\ 


Belinda 


(1806 


232-iv 


Hamilton 


855 817-ii 




I83I 


271-V 


Harvard 


892 1586-ii 


Belle 


1889 


1960-xi 


J- 


8S3 i355-'^' 


N. 


IS70 


1270-iii 


L. 


850 1705 


Benaiah 


1757 


471 


Leroy 


S93 1770-ii 




1799 


47 5- VI" 


Lincoln 


869 663-v 




1806 


1 1 24 


Liverniore 


S42 1194-xvi 




ISI7 


26S-vii 


Newton 


859 2080-i 


Benjamin 


I66S 


9 


Pierce 


S57 1057-iii 




1703 


67 


Prescott 


S54 1276-V 




I7I2 


36 


Prescott 


889 2000-iii 




- I7I9 


102 


W. 


878 1129-i 




■1730 


82 


V. 


8 58 ii46A.iv 




-1734 


iS^ 


Arvilla 


1S22 271-iv 




-1738 


206 


Josephine 


S62 1130-ii 




. 1739 


136 


Arvin M. 


S3S 1145-iii 


: 


.(i743)69-viii 


Asa ( 


779) 766 




-1746 


197 




783 186-vi 




■ 1747 


'H 




795 43S 


' 


•1747 


276 




803 548-ii 




-174S 


90-ii 




805 14S3 




• 1757 


339 ■ 




S07 307-vii 




1759 


227 


C. 


809 743-vii 


1 


- 1759 


3-8 


I). 


827 1 102 




1760 


209 


F. 


84- 1483-iii 




1760 


272 


F. 


842 1490-V 




1762 


495 


Franklin 


1S39 15-9-VI 




1765 


148 


O. 


1355-''' 




1766 


490 


R. 


849 S66-ii 




1771 


26S 


T. 


Si I 649-iv 




1773 


482 


Asahel 


770 256 




1774 347 




SiS 256-vi 




'775 


719 


( 


r802) 859 




(1776) 


1 34-1 V 


Ashley W. 


S47 1600-vi 


, 


1777 


341 


Athela Simpson 


1877 2130-V 




r7S2 


721 


Augusta 


1S26 785-x 




'7S4 


542. 




'835 3^3-'^'^'^ 




1784 


220-1 


A. 


861 1182-ii 




17S5 


5'4 


French 


S40 ii88-vi 




17S7 


495-' 


French 


S6g iS23-iii 




17S9 


713 


M. 


850 563-iii 




1792 


4Sviu 


N. 


1S55 928-ii 


1 ■ c 


•793 


1 145 


S. 


1832 499C-iv 




'793 


122S 


s 


1S43 895-!' 




1795 


433 


Warren 


1877 1 547-11' 




(,79f 


718 


Augustine L. 


1831 576-iv 




1798 


1141 


Augustus 


1S13 746-v 




1799 


226vi 


Demeritt 


S43 801-iii 




1800 


390 




References are to Ceiiealog 


cal Numbers, 



639 





Benjamin 


1S03 ;;i7-i 




(i8ii)34i-iv 




(181 2) 446-ii 






1820 114OA-11 






1S26 S62-i 






182S 5821 








1841 1232-iv 






A. 


'830 433-;-' 






B. 


1834 1510-iii 






C. 


i83o)785-iv 






Carter 


183S 387-1 V 






Coleman 


1803 386 






Edwin 


1856 897-1 






Eugene 


1885 897-1. •• 




F. 


iSio S16 




F. 


1823 1430-ii 




F. 


1826 922-iv ■ 




F. 


1S45 i'45-v 




Franklin 


ijijS 1 1 19 


ii 




F'ranklin 


i8c4 719-iii 






Franklin 


1823 775-v 






Franklin 


18:4 928 






Franklin 


1830 628-ii 






Franklin 


1833 1400 






Franklin 


1836 95S 






Franklin 


1842 I202-iv 






Franklin 


1S45 Si6-iii 






Franklin 


1845 '^H' 






Franklin 


1847 9-9-iv 






Franklin 


1S91 1672-ii 






Franklin 


7iS-vii 






P'rederickiS36 971 






French 


1S2O 25I-X 






Gile 


1836 671-ii 




H. 


1S12 7-13-i'' 


i 


J- 


1S23 897 


1 


Elba 


1827 516-vi 


! 


Marden 


181 6 444-vii' 


! 


Mason 


1842 i2C4-i 


i 
j 


Page 


1816 515-iv 


! 


Piilsburv 


1S26 944-i 






Philbricl 


1779 5-0 






S. 


1S20 720-v 






S. 


1845 1855 






Tilton 


1S30 570-iii 






Tilton 


I So I 2i8-ii 






Towle 


1 788 8 29 




Walter 


186; I2b2-iii 


Bennin 


g 


1785 401 
182S 1411 
1S37 1251-1 




Wentworth 


17S6 352 




Wentworth 


1813 909 


Benvol 


io 


1797 S14 


Bert F 




1870 i6&6-ix 


S 




1S63 1255-i 


\\ 


'. 


1S77 1277-V 


Bertha 




1 87 2 2oSo-vii 




A. 


187 1 I027-V!:i 




A. 


1872 1853-X 




Adelaide 


1860 iSio-ix 




Bradbury 


1865 1461-iii 




Garland 


iSSo io<>>vii 




May 


1S6S !55>i'i 




W. 


1866 12151 


Bertie 




1859 iicc-ii 


nc 


t pages 







640 


INDEX TO 


AMI'. 


RICAN GENEALOGY SANDORNS. 






Deulah 


17S6 


'53-v 


Caro 


ine A. 


1844 748-ii 


Charles (1800) 99-vii 


Bigelow Thatcher 


1838 


1064 




A. 


1866 1372-iii 




1S02 


V^3 


Bion Wilber 


1S63 


1383-ii 




A. 


1140-iii 




1S07 


iT'J-f^ 


A. 


rS7i 


1 138-vi 




Amanda 


1824 60 1 -v 




180S 41G 


Blanche 


JS7S 


1603-iii 




Augusta 


'833 413-xi 




18.7 


'^3 


Ernestine 


1S76 


1565-ii 




Augusta 


187 1 1742-ii 


( 


821) 


552A-11 


]>onnie Anna 


1S69 


i86i-iv 




B. 


1868 ii46A-iv 




1821 


7cr 


Brackett Leavitt 


1S13 


46r 




Belle 


1878 1875-vi 




.S24 


I i46.\-iv 


Bradbury 


('755) 


7S-i i 




Christine 


1870 1029-i 




.825 


342-ix 




1796 s6o 




Dver 


1843 S77-xi 




1S2:; 


SvS-iii 




1823 


;6o-i 




E." 


[822 201-vii 




1 82 5 


'399 


Bradley B. 


iSos 


9-^3 




E. 


1842 409-ii 


- 


182S 


1012 


Braley James 


1S23 


776-ii 




E. 


1S60 1302-i 




182S 


670-i 


Brazilla Ilosn.er 




'473-' 




E. 


i860 824- v 




1S30 


1473-i 


Brigham Taylor 


kS;4 


I i02-ii 




Elizabeth 


1829 450-iv 




.832 


1249-1 


Bruce Walter 


iSS:: 


2i4o-ii- 




Emma 


1852 1F55-V 




'>^3^ 


'338" 


Buron Wallace 


1S56 


1666-iii 




Emma 


1852 1331-iv 




1S46 


1457-1 


Burr 




I443-'V 




Estella 


1868 1198-11 


( 


1S50) 


looi-i 


Burton IJ. 


■839 


5-3-\' 




H. 


1S33 559-^'i' 




1847 


6i2-xi 


Byron 


1S30 


ii32-iv 




H. A. 


1848 1190-iv 




'853 


1040-iii 




1S74 


n79-iii 




Harvey 


1 84 1 1390-ii 




1S83 


6S8-ix 


Frank 


1S73 


1400-ii 




Jane 


1S64 1488-iv 


A. 


182 1 


1430' 










Kirkland 


1896 1901- ii 


A. 


iS;6 


1133-i 


C. G. 


1S20 


311-ii 




L. 


1841 422-viii 


A. 


1S65 


1661-V 


Caleb 


1716 


60 




L 


1866 1147-viii 


• A. 


1867 


1526-xi 


* 


17S1 


1 20-ix 




L. 


1885 648-ii 


Alonzo 


'837 


499C-V 




1792 


402 




Lucinda 


'855 444-viii 


Arthur 


1875 


1850-iii 




1814 


"55 




Louisa 


1842 384-i i 


Asa 


1852 


II02-i 




1S20 


357-v 




Maria 


1S56 1459-vi 


Augustus 


-1844 


I ;84-iii 


Leavitt 


•^^43 


iog6 




Matilda 


1 83 1 549x1 


Austin 


1828 


463-ii 


Marston 


{1761) 


478 




Matilda 


1844 441-iv 


B. 


1841 


98 3- V 


Marston 


17S8 


U25 




S. 


1831 7;2-viii 


B. 


18 ;S 


1282-ii 


Marston 


1705 


1 194 




S. 


I S3 1 1 1 ^4-i 


Bailev 


:s;2 


1716 


Mastin 


1S36 


1770 




Sophia 


1 8 56 388- vi 


Baker 


1824 


1528-ii 


Tilton 


1797 


65S 




T. 


1S56 570-iii 


Bradburv 


1852 


1478-iii 


Calista 


1S21 


551-ix 




W. ( 


1S32) 567-x 


C. 


1837 


984-ii 


Calvin 


iSoS 


1490 




Wells 


1S93 1331-ii 


D. 


1863 


iS;^ V 




1S09 


583 




Willard 


1S31 1191-vi 


D. 


1879 


1778-vi 




1S16 821-ii 




Z. 


1 84 1 99S-vi 


D. 


1S85 


i8^9-vi 




1839 


864-i 


Can 


Haven 


1S94 i395-i 


Downs 




1 059-1 


X B. 


1S92 


1490-iv 


Carroll 


•836 1337-i 


E. 


1835 


1174-i 


D. 


1814 


865 




Glenwood 


1854 1217-i 


E. 


1842 


795-' 


J- 


1843 


653-iii 


Catherine (see also 




E. 


1854 


'158-1 


L. 


1845 


1044 


K 


atharine) 


1 7 28 66-iii 


Ebenezer Eastman 


P. 


1S12 


699 






1 761 179-vi 




I."570 


1826-111 


Candace 


1827 


629-viii 






1766 i8i-iii 


Edgar 


i860 


1710-ii 


Carl A. 


1S79 


1 536-iii 






1767 89-x 


Edgar 


I85I 


iiiS-i 


A. 


1SS7 


1859-vi 






176S 132-i 


Edward 


1840 


•379 


Collins 


1889 


• 384-i 






1790 475-"' 


Edward 


1844 


1 ;29-vii 


Jeremiah 


1S87 


2043-iii 






1792 508-ii 


Edward 


1847 


1582 


Murray 


18S3 


1135-iii 






1803 210-xii 


Edwin 


IS28 


1217 


R. 




13-7-1 






1812 850-iii 


F. 


IS32 


420-viii 


Carlisle 


1S16 


483-v 






1S39 1152-i 


F. 




838-vi 


Carlos 


1847 


1775-'' 






1850 1600-vii 


Farnum 


1839 


' 533-'^i' 


Carlton Herbert 


1888 


2oSo-i 






718-vi 


Forrest 


iS;9 


1 8 1 vi 


Caroline 


1819 


639-x 




A. 


1S33 4iS-iii 


Francis 


i8J8 


1385 




1S24 


9-3-vii 




Elvira 


1827 410-ix 


Francis 


1849 


i8-?o-iv 




(1825) 446vi 




Emery 


1S37 797 -ii 


Franklin 


'835 


17S2 




1S27 


1470-vii 




Fernald 


1848 1155-ii 


Franklin 


1 84 1 


8 1 i V 




(1831) 


378-xi 




Forbes 


18 1 9 500-ii 


Franklin 


1847 


1178-iv 




1832 


ii20-iv 


' 


Gray 


1816 S20-i 


Frederick 


186-; 


1028-i 




1S33 


1148-i 


Cel 


a 


1821 Si2-i 


Freeman 


1856 


1348-i 




1S58 


1040-iv 


Cel 


ann 


1825 730-iv 


Freeman 


1875 


1647-i 


A. 


iSiy 


773-'^' 


Chr 


.ndler 


'75° 73-i 


G. 


1863 


994- y 


A. 


1S21 


782-xii 


Channins: Tewks- 




Gilman 


1831 


650-iv 


^ A/ 


'^33 


1231-ii 


b 


urv 


1875 i4>4-i'i 


Goodhue 


1843 


1778 



References are to Genealogical Nuiubfirs, not pages. 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GKNEALOGY — .SANBORNS. 



641 



1841 

1S43 
1847 
1S67 
1S70 



Charles Goddard 
II. 
•H. 
H. . 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
I H. 
H. 

Harvey 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
Heniy 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
• Henry 
Henry 

L. 

Leach 
l.each 
Locke 
Louis 
Lowell 
M. 
M. 
s^ Milton 

Mortimer 

Osgood 

P. 

P, 

P. 

I'rescott 

Philip 

Peter 

R. 

R. 

S. 

S. 

s. 

Stillman 

T. 

Thomas 

W. 

W. 

\\eliber 

William 

William 

William 

Woodman 

Weslev 
Charli)tte, Carlotta, 
and Lottie 1S73 

n 



1S74 1154-X 

1817 41 1-V 

1821 I3I2 

1S24 1247 
1826 6oi-vi 
1S27 1455-i 
1S32 1526-xi 
1835 640-iv 
1835 704-ii 

'^39 573-' 
1844 iS59-i- 
1846 1538-iv 

'^5' 993-' V 
1856 1095-i 
1S57 ii£;8-i>r 

•869 1733-i 
1S70 ii46A-iv 
1S93 1715-i 

^535-'^ 

1832 678-iv 

18 14 150-vii 

1821 II iS i 

1823 1578 

1526 6oi-vi 
1834 1143-ii 

1522-i 
1602-iii 
1770-iii 
2aSo-vi 
1829 819 
i8:;i 1465-i 

1771 174 

1844 459-i 
1850 1397 
'855 1790-iii 

1856 1083-1 

1863 559-vi 
1895 1430-X 

1857 1038-ii 
1895 1770-iii 

1858 1715-i 
1 84 1 583-iv 

1845 1665-ii 

1S5- '475-'-^ 

1834 1850 
1866 1312-ii 

(1^37) 37S-xiv 

1^837 644- vi 

(i860) 595-iv 

1527 649 X 
1S41 655-i 

1859 io;3-i 
1826 836-i 

1835 760-xi 
1803 671 
1847 i-53-ii 

1864 i55^)-iii 

1836 1466 
1840 688 I 
1S77 -022-iv I 
1809 1522 

i8:;o 870-v 



Charlotte, Carlotta, 

and Lottie 718-x 

A. 1843 '^74"'-"* 
Clara 188S 1385-i 
h'rances 1819 36S-V 
Frances 2iviii 



Chase 



H. 
M. 
May 

Sarah 
W. 



Smith 
Taylor 
Chastiiia 'M. 
Chester 

Edward 
Parsons 
Chii>iiana and ( 
Christina L. 

-McPherson 
Christo|)her , 



1882 575-i 

1834 iijS-viii 

1874 1440-i 
1 8^9 ^i6-iv 

(1836) 325-i 

'775 95-1' 

1804 508-ix 

1805 355''' 
1776 512 
1832 726-iii 

1827 403-iv 

1 86 1 1138-iv 

18-1 i;44-viii 

(1828) 567-viii 

1841 927-i 



Clara 



Allen 1835 
Burtwell 

1S79 
Columbni 

1S43 
Page 1803 
Smith 1782 

1824 



A. 
A. 

Amanda 

Ann 

Augusta 

15. 

P.. 

P. 

E. 

r:iia 

Etta 
Evelvn 
F. C' 
P'rances 
Frances 
French 
G. 
L. 
L. 
M. 
M. 
M. P. 
-Mav 
Mas- 
Maria 
Kel)ecca 
Clarissa 



Ann 
Davis 



(182- 



v:)o-v 
676 

! 107 

877-iii 

380-iv 

1844 74--iii 
1843 '<^5--ii 
18^0 864-v 
1S49 1459-ii' 

1573 1684-1 

1857 1360-V 

1574 11S2-V 

69 5- V 

1861 1526-xi 
1867 1786-i 
1853 1294-1 

1882 loii-iii 

1845 4'4-ii 
1850 1537-V 
1865 1825-i 

•1841 57^-'i 

1839 ;38-viii 
1849 5i2-i 

1883 i6oovi 

1831 579-v 
{1855) 920-iii 

1840 8i4-viii 
i860 991-iii 

^^^7 1 3:^7-1 

1858 1831-iii 
1872 I fiSo-v 
1S02 406-i 

1 82 1 395-vi 
•S-4 357-\ii 

1832 550-x 
1860 1304-ii 
1818 780-viii 
1 818 630-ii 



Clarissa Jane 

M. 
Clarence 

A. 

Albro 

li. 

P. 

P.laisdell 

C. 

1). 

E. 

H. 

Henrv 

Herbert 

Kendall 
Claik E. 

Howe 
Claude 1) 
Clementina P'rank 

Cliffurd Lawrence 

Allen 
Clifton Elliott 

J- 

Riiscoe 
Clinton 

F. 
Clyde Walker 
CIvnieiia 
Cottin 

CMlbyE. 
Collins F. 
Comfort 



B. 

Cora 
15. 

I ^-■ 

I Estelle 

I Cordelia 

• Corilla lane 

I Cornelius Publius 

i 

Corvdon W. 

Crosbv A. 

Cummings 



A very 
Curtis \V. 
Cuyler King 
Cvnthia 



A. 

.\nn 



Cyru> 



Per>ia 



582-ii 
References arc to Genealogical Numbers, not paRcs. 



183S 6So-iii 
181S 503-iv 

C^jS-' 

1853-V 

1880 164 1 -ii 
184S 1572 
1839 1442-iii 
1868 1531-iii 
1S87 iSii-vi 
1S80 200 1 -i 

1867 2004-i 

1849 880- vii 

1868 151 i-iv 
1875 '4i--iv 
1S94 1385-ii 
1879 1124-i 
1864 993-ix 
1829 490C-iii 
1882 1336-iii 

liii 
180S 148-iv 
1855 ri38-ii 
1 88 5 II 38-i 
1878 916-iii 
1894 iS3(>vi 

1850 i7^3-iv 

1842 853-ii 
1864 994- vi 

1869 1673-i 
1844 361-iii 
•737 65 
1768 177 
184 1 1476-iii 
1861 1348-ii 
1766 2c6-ii 
1789 471-iv 

'Si 3 533-i 
1S02 331-ii 

1328-1 

1S59 1655-ii 
1867 i2iS-i 
1863 iSio-x 
1840 426-ii 
1S52 1014-ii 
Van Ness 
1S26 1194-vi 

1843 121S 
'^75 1459-iv 
'799 39^ 

1829 98S 
1S24 396-v 
1877 992-iii 

926-vi 

1870 i3:8-iv 
1789 330-ii 
1795 '71-iv 

1508 431-ii 
1806 624-i 

1509 -66- V 
1S20 516-iii 
1 84 5 1046-! 
'S35 663-iv- 
1S43 ii86-iv 

718-iv 

1830 449-iv 
iSoi 422 



64: 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORN'S. 



Cyrus 


1806 


2So-ix 


Daniel 


1825 776-iii j 


David 


1803 667 




1811 


361-vii 




1827 83S-vi 1 


• 


1809 7S5-iv 




iSii 


695 




182S 1 1 59-vi 




1810 4N3-il 




1814 


h-':> 




1831 1527-vi 




181 2 563 




1S14 


1471-ii 




1832 iiio-iii 




1817 427-ii 




1S21 


'433 




1S38 ii6o-vii 




1828 99.S-UI 


Alphonso 


1S44 


107 j-i 


A. 


1 888 2i2o-iv 




182S r250-i 


Ashton Rol 


ins 




Alanson 


1824 m49 




1829 551-X 




18S2 


1489-11 


Alfred 


1827 15S5 




1829 552-vlii 




and c 


Addenda 


Bartlett 


1825 397-iv 




1829 746-xi 


Columbus 


1S07 


590 


Bartlett 


1834 671-I 




1832 IICO 


Harrison 


1S40 


590-iii 


Batchelder 


1840 1536-i 




1836 S76-vii 


King 


1S19 


14S9 


Brackett 


1822 1191-ii 




'856 1533-11 


P. 


1833 


417-ix 


Bradbury 


1853 1497-i'i 




1856 1780-111 


R. 


1846 


200i-ii 


Chase 


1 83 1 ioo8-li 


A. 


'795 831 








Chute 


18 1 6 149-ix 


Albert 


184'; 1277-I1 


Daisy Bell 


1S73 


1413-1' 


Chute 


1836 387-111 


Augustus 


182S 15S6 


Dama Ann 


1S46 


1140-vi 


Cilley 


1805 498-xii 


B 


I20O-li 


Dana Austin 


1S69 


1 568-1 


F. 


1822 542-ii 


Edwin 


'773 492 


Daniel 


1702 


66 


Y. 


1837 79'-'ii 


F. 


1799 99S 




170S 


no 


Hall 


1796 5S7 


F. 


1S41 753-ix 




1719 


35 


Johnston 


1835 2004 


H. 


1S6S 14C5-X 




1721 


61 


Ladd 


181 5 1 1 78 


Jackson 


iSoi -6S-'--ii 




1728 


77- 


Laroy 


1843 55'-'i 


Jackson 


1S25 2020 




1731 


'79 


Orion 


1843 384-iii 


Lee 


185S 9-53-vli 




1734 


296 


S. 


'795 874 


Locke 


iSoi 679 




{1745) 


98 


Staniford 


1806 520-i 


Mason 


1793 498-v 




1748 


'59 


Tilton 


1760 195-I 


0. 


1841 1630 




1752 


303 


Tilton 


1850 1256 


Osmyn 


1 84 1 9<?o-v 




1760 


195-1 


W. 


1836 946-ii 


P. 


1829 429-iv ^ 




1762 


473 


Warren 


1835 1S25 


P. 


1S34 1234-vii 




1763 


213 '^ 


Washington 


1S34 1302 


Page 


iSio 470 




(1765) 
1766 


i8o-iH^ 


Washington 


1S93 1302-li 


Porter 


18 18 345-ii 




335 


Webster 


1832 449-v 


S. 


182 1 1780 




176S 


4S0 


Webster 


1852 i3ot-li 


S. 


i8>o 665-lii 




176S 786 


William 


1S89 1536-i 


Smith 


iS!7 1479 . 




1776 


769 


Wilson 


1S50 S77-xli 


T. 


18 1 2 646-111 




1777 


243 


Darius 


180S 1 149 


Thornton 


1826 974 




(1781) 


203 




181 1 435-iii 


W. 


1844 1235-viii 




1787 


629 




1818 555-i 


W. 


1847 1479-' 


V 


1792 


475-iv 


Sylvester 


1842 1735 


Webster 


1802 "iio-iii 




1793 


554 


David 


1702 26 


Worth en 


17S2 631 




1794 


480-iii 




1721 90 


Worthen 


1834 635-iv 




1794 


507-i 




1742 12S 


Dean Ira 


1892 907-i 




'795 


83S 




1747 6i-i 


Dearborn 


1779 289-xl 




1796 


420 




'753 244 




1799 1441 




1796 


iriS 




'753 277 


C. 


1839 644-vii 




1796 


479-11 




1761 250 


Deborah 


1 68 1 5-iv 




1797 


547 




1763 172 




1734 5o-'-» 




1798 


1160 




1765 334 


t 


1743 53-' V 


«, 


1802 


551-11 




{1766)215 




1764 iQ2-i 




1S02 


878 




1767 85-i 




^^775 ^f'\ 




(1802) 


638-ii 
763-vi*i 


/ 


('770)349 


,^^^6 182-V1 




1803 




1778 746 




TJb} 29.WII 




1804 


359-vi 




17S0 277-i 




1786 i9S-vi} 


■ 


1804 


791 




1783 5^2 




1789 250-ii 




1806 


' 530 




1783 785 




1789 326-il 




1807 4S4-iii 




17S5 674 




{1799) i35viii 




i8og 


5-7 




•789 345 




iSoS 649-1 ii 




1811 


572 




1792 244-vii 




1S13 646-lv 




1811 


1526-i 




1796 430 




1814 270-vi 




1812 


'536 




1796 753 


1 A. 






1815 


626-v 




1798 876 


G. 


1849 707-vi 




1S15 


637 




1800 798 


J 


1S20 17S-IX 




181S 


866 




1800 900-iv 


P. 


iSio 496-vi 




1823 


553-vi 




1801 176-vlli 


We}'mouth 






Rcferei 


ices are to Genealogi 


cal Numbers, nc 


)t pages. 





INDEX TO A>rERICAN GEXEALOCJV 



Deborah Weymou 

Deidaniia 

Delia 

Ann 
Isabella 
Deliverance 
Delia 
Delphina 
Dewitt Channing 
Clinton 
Clinton 
Dexter 



thiS32 750-xi 
» 780 204-ii 
1813 629-11 
1S25 499,;.i 

1837 rii5-ii 
173'^ 74-i 
1SS2 1960-X 
1843 882-iii 
1S75 1451-iii 
1S39 1451-ii 



Dwight Alexande 
Dver Hook 
Hook 



rS: 



Diana S. 
Dinah 
Dora C. 

E. 

Louise 
Dorcas 

Dorothy 



Blake 
Derby 
Wood 



Douglas 
Drusilla 



Duane J3ryan 
Dudley 



F. 



E.J. 
Earl G. 

Earlmira Glover 
Eastman 

Afoore 
Ebenezer and 
-^ 983-11 I Eben 
1829 S52-vi 

1843 1773 
1827 359-v 
__ 3.V 
1829 559-v 

1366-iv 

1S74 713-X 
(1765) 129-V11 
('795)=74-i 
1653 4-ii 
169S 9-v 
1 7:; I 37-ii 
1741 47-v 
'744 57-i 
174S 77-i 

1756 i02-iv 

1757 6i-vi 
1763 56-vii 

1765 loo-ii I 

1766 136-ii I 
1766 iSs-ii ! 

1771 80-i i 

1772 156-1 I 

/775 139-' I 

(1776) 137-V I 

1780 I4I-X j 

17S1 241-ii 

1787 145-iv 
178S 216-V ! 

1 788 277-iv j 
17S9 304-iv I 
'790 237-vii j 
1791 2ri-iii 
1797 282-iii I 

(1800) 273-viii ; 

1802 217-vii ! 

1802 743A-iv Eda 

1805 614-iii 

1805 759-vi i Edgar 

18 10 33 5-ix 

iSii; 401-V I 

I7S4 22[-l J 

1 89 1 1789-iii I 
1S02 292-iii 

— — 1806-iv ! Donaldson 

17S9 i86-ix Eugene 

'799 31 ^-iv Leslie 

1844 S14-X ' Madison 

1893 1875-iii w. 

1742 100 ' Edith 
1775 -69 

1778 94-vi Elizabeth 

1785 267 ^ Emeline 

1820 lOOI Q 

1819 700 Hilton 

References are to Genealog 



B. 
C. 

Cleveland 

Cummings 

Darius 

H 

H. 

Kimball 

Leavitt 

M. 

S. 

Simpson 

Simpson 

Louise 



r 1874 1863-11 

'799 "SI 
1859 1292-V 

1871 2020-iii 

I2r8-iii 

1835 n95-i . 
1800 1190 
1893 :J045-iii 



-SAXBORNS. 

Edith L 

Lillian 

Louise 

.M. 

N. W. 
Edmund 



643 



'7'2 S7 
1712 71 

17-3 9-xii 

1745 MI 
1755 '99 
'758 340 
1759 6i-viii 
1767 507 
176S 509 

1769 197-i 

1770 283 
'77- 393 
177:: S02 
1773 404 

(1778) 134-v 
17S0 5SI • 
(17S4) i;4-iv 

'799 731 
1S06 404- iv 
1807 1203 
1S12 12S8 
IS. 5 7S3-V 
i8ig 7830 
1826 642-vi 
1814 64S 
1S04 863 
1794 400 
1830 1667 
185^ 1334-V 
1785 S07 
1S20 807-v 
1828 17S9 
'821 I4;g 
1S43 '468 

1820 1145-1 
I7S9 396 

1821 990 

1443-iv 
1870 1531-iii 
1S3S 732-i 
1S49 1498-111 
1853 SSo-ix 
1S67 875-i 
rS6S 1372-iv 

!;42-ii 

1S67 68S-i 
1858 i668-ii 
1895 875-i 
1S80 1149-viii 

445-i' 

1 8^4 ii:;9-iii 

188 1 I5S2-iv I 

i8(kS 1466-ii ] 

1876 1864-i ; 

'873 1773-i 
1871 1783-ii 

ical Xumbers, not 



K 

Eastman 

M. 

Milton 

Rand 

Ring 

Ring 

S. 



Ednah Alvina 

A. 

C. 

Kimball 

NL 

Mary 

P. 
Edson 1). 

Wallace 
Edward 



Edwin 



pages. 



1S70 829-11! 
1878 1673-V 
1884 lori-iii 
1890 1310-iii 
1873 962-i 

'755 ^-S 
17S0 593 
1786 194-iv 
1788 151-viii 
1788 503 
1S17 502-iv 

' 1140-iii 

1831 1 103 

1140-i 

1S31 Sr3-i 
1S59 7S4-X 
1823 505-iv 
1844 1306 
1872 i-;o6-ii 
'8 12 984 
Winchester 

1S31 1194-viii 
1S80 1138-1 
1S57 1859-V 
1S79 1459-iv 
1810 510-ix 
1887 '475ix 
1852 1544-i 
1S94 643-xi 
1886 1870-11 
1 84 2 933-i 
1^5 23 
'73' ::93 
1739 84 
1749 194 
'763 7 58 
'798 757-vi 
1799 65Q 
1806 1138 

■ 1140-ix 

1517-ii 

(1S40) 642-xiii 

1561 i;;6-ii 
1833 ii47-vi 
1S57 loii-iii 

1562 1857-1 
Burr Smith 1S33 1851 
Emery 1877 1664-iii 

'856 1473-i 

Addenda 
1S46 676-v 
1856 1667-i 
1844 i-oi-i 

1563 1791-iii 
1897 1791-iii 
1859-960-1 

-rS43 417-xii 
18^4 ii;5-vi 
1839 1827 
1S53 2141 
1S66 1680-iii 
1837 1505-i 
1S45 ii44vi 
1S19 372-iii 
1817 7;c-iv 
1835 1 541 



Alonzo 
Arthur 
B. 



Enos 

Francis 

G. 

H. 

Hall 

Hall 

Tethro 

P. 

Parks 

Payson 

Payson 

Stevens 

William 

W. 

Stevens 



/ 



644 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY f^ANBOK S. 



id win 


1847 356-iv 
1S61 1541-iii 
1867 1457-vi 


Klisha 


1821 491-ix j 
1826 415-i 
1841 589-vii 


Elizabetl 


A. 


1835 1568 


Judkins 


17S3 445 




A. 


1S49 ifi^o-ii 


Elizaljcth, lietsey, 


1692 lo-i 1 




Hurnham 


1847 1175-iii 


Betty, and Bess 


1718 19-ii 




C. 


1859 2090-ii 




171S 40-vi 




Chase 


1850 i45Chiv ! 




1721 17-vi 




David 


1808 1 1 52 j 




17^3 37-i'' 




E. 


1842 870-ii j 




1724 2i-iv 




F. 


1844 1276-ii ! 




1726 28-ii 




Forrest 


1835 1048 




1733 26-iv 




French 


1 88 1 1 276 V I 




1738 ni-ii 




Ferry 


1876 1512-i i 




1739 47-iii 




G. 


1846 442-ii 




1740 iio-v 




Hiram 


1827 1059 '. 




1741 57-i 




L. 


1830 516-vii ! 




1742 113-i 




L. 


1S72 1496-iv ; 




1745 7I-V 




L. 


1896 1416-iii 




1746 I02-i 




Luther 


1840 1783 ' 




1749 54-iii 




Luther 


1877 1783-iv 




(1750) iC9-iv 




Marcelle 


1S67 '440-' ! 




1752 76-v 




N. 


1847 648-ii 1 




1752 8i-i 




P. 


iS'76 i773-''i 1 




'753 55-'v 




S. 


1859 559-vi ; 




1755 104-iii 




Warren 


1870 io,9-v i 




1755 184-i 




Webster 


1857 1152-iv J 




1759 93-vi 




Effie 


1875 570-vi : 




1760 190-i 




Cordelia 


1S58 i8io-iii 1 




1761 89-ix 




May 


1866 387-ii 




1 761 129-V 




Ela 


1792 630 




1761 234-i 




Pen ni man 


1836 134:; 1 




1762 296-ii 




Elbridge 


(1830) 557-i 
1847 1045-iv 




1763 92-i 
{1766) 303-iii 




Eldora 


1845 6S6-i 
1132-iv 




176S 85-ii 
1768 9&-iv 




Eldred Louise 


1S90 i44--vi 




1768 182-vi 




Eleanor (see a 


so 




1769 141-iv 




Ellen) 


1839 589-vi 




1771 130-iv 




J- 


1862 ii46A-iv 




1772 119-xi 




Electa Jane 


181S 269-v 
1S48 710-ii 




1773 105-vi 
1773 182-iv 




Eleonora 


1843 i2oS-iii 




1773 302-iv 




Elhanan Ward 


1S02 603 




1774 197-iv 




Eli 


181S 1052 




1775 64-v 




Elias 


1790 394 
iS'5 355-vHi 
1S27 1159-V 




1775 65-viii 

1775 iS6-ii 

1776 83-ix 




Hasket D 


srby 1S04 1 137 




1777 192-viii 




Elihu Q. 


1861 1327-i 




177S 293-x 




Elijah 


I761 212 

1819 551-viii 
1824 552-viii 




(1778) 95-iii 

1779 193-i'i 

1780 145-i 




Eliphalet 


1730 120 

1790 317 
1804 868 




1781 152-ii 

1752 136-viii 

1753 1 43-' 




Eliphaz 


1712 32 




1784 156-vii 




Elisha 


1710 70 
1732 67-iii 

1741 19^ 

1769 491 

1770 224 
1770 476 

'775 501 
1785 494 
1S03 1 121 




1784 199-v 
1784 250-i 

1784 473-i 
(1785) 99-i 
1786 2i6-iv 
1786 239-vii 
1786 248-vi 
1786 261-i 
17S7 212-v 





17S7 


:'3-' 


1787 -jT-"--^ 


1788 476-ii 


17S9 


62-i 


1789 . 


:2&n 


'789 354-" 


1790 


311 11 


1790 


359-'' 


1790 


535-' 


1 791 


'35-v 


1791 


170-V 


1792 


24ivii 


1792 


310-vi 


1792 


36 1 -i 


1792 


7t>S-iii 


1792 


770 i 


1793 


194-viii 


(1793) 


2C5-vii 


'793 


230-iii 


1793 


35^y 


1794 


I 68-1 V 


(•794) 


3-9-v 


1795 


140-iii 


1795 


1 57-ix 


1795 


17 3-' 


1795 


I7(^vi 


1795 


781-1 


1796 


i5S-iii 


1797 


240-xi 


1797 


404-i 


179S 


280-v 


179S 


355-' 


I79-S 


369-i 


179S 4S0-V 


(179S) 


273-vi 


1799 


2 29- VI 


1799 


262-iv 


1799 


336-iv 


1792 


76S-iii 


1792 


770-i 


1795 


7Si-i 


I See 


i6i-viii 


I See 


304-vii 


1801 


2S2-V 


iSoi 


3'5-iv 


iSoi 


4Si-iv 


1802 


2 >2-V 


1802 


313-'^ 


1802 


349-V 


1802 


49 3-1 V 


I.?02 


;oi-i 


1803 


2S3-V 


1803 


33S-ii 


1803 


849-ii 


1804 


175-iii 


IS04 


243-ii 


1804 


76 vi 


1805 


'35-^' 


1805 


443-'" 


1806 


221-x 


1S06 


260- vi 


IS07 


257-vi 


IS07 


411-1 


1807 


43 '-i 


IS07 


552-1 


1807 


639-iv 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY — SANIiORNS. 



64; 



Elizabeth 



A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A.J. 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 



1 807 743-vi 

iSoS 2S4-iv 

iSoS 483-11 

1S08 646-i 

(1809) 446-i 

1809 55'-'v 

18 10 368-ii 
(1812) 219-ii 

181 2 453-iv 

18 1 2 ySovi 

1813 307-x 

1S13 333-^^ 
(1816) 379-iii 
i8i6 5i6-i 
1S16 593-iv 
1S16 641-iv 

181 7 569-i 
iSiS 567-iii 

iSiS 822A-i 

1818 ii46A-i 
1S19 914-iii 

1819 1470-iv 

1519 1526-V 

1520 1128-iii 

1 82 1 364-i 

1822 785-x 
1824 757-vi 
1824 7S9-vi 

1824 1234-ii 

1825 523-i 

1826 553-vii 
1S27 434-ii 

1829 1235-iv 
1S29 1483-1. 

1830 42ovii 
1S37 9-3-xi 
1849 949"'i 
1852 1339-ii 

(1857) 1056-1 
1S59 i52S-iv 
i860 1556-i 
1878 1960-viii 

695-vi 

1500-1 

1814 417-i 
1S19 549-v 
1825 808-iv 
1S25 1230-i 
1825 8oS-iv 
182S 353-v 
1839 86i-iv 

1475-iv 

1865 844-iii 
1822 366-i 

(1822) 379-vi 
1822 747-v 
1S23 513-viii 
iS'50 582-ii 



Elizabeth Ann 1S53 1216-ii 

Ann i22S-ii 

Angelina Fair Pritchard 

Hook 1S16 37i-i 
B. 1S29 88i-ii 

B. 1S41 55S-ix 

B. 1846 1137-iv 

B. 1S49 775-'v 

15ro\vn 18S0 1015-i 
Carter 1S43 S^y-^ii 
Chamberlain 

1S14 764-vi 
187 1 1855-ii 
1829 5S1-V 
1855 i668-vi 
1857 1049-vii 
1S61 1665-iii 
1839 1154-V 
18 16 7-i-i 



1831 
1832 
1828 



643-vii 
625-iv 
iio8-iii 



1S37 560-viii 



184: 
1S45 



307-1 
1443-iii 
1S47 842-v 
1848 1250-i 



Ell 



Delight 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Fernald 

Fifield 

Folson^ 

G. 

Gale 

Gates 



1799 
1848 



742-iv 
1 527-xiv 
1S13 177-V 
1846 562-iv 



Gertrude 1877 605-vi 



Grace 

Grace 

Hall 

Helen 

J. E. 

Jane 

Jane 

Jane 
Jane 



1^75 
1S76 
1S26 

1S37 
1825 
1827 
182S 



jane Smith 



2140-1 
iSio-iii 
396-vi 
452-v 
503-1 V 
1325-iii 
1 1 13-111 
1829 1183-i 
1S39 4r9-viii 
1842 559--xi 



L. 

L. 

Eouisa 

M. 

M. 

M. 

M. F. 

Mabel 

Maria 

Maria 

Mary 

Moore 

N. 

Olive 

R. 

R. 

Rand 

Ruth 

S. 

s. 
s. 
s. 

Turner 

V. 

W. 

Weeks 

Wheeler 



1835 945-'i... 
1822 268-viii 
1S37 1149-ii 
1S69 1546-i 
1830 814-iv 

4-5-i 
i66i-iv 



18- 

186: 

1 866 

1866 

184S 

1S61 

1871 



1334-1 
I 321-1 



References 



1784-1 
, 1163-iv 
181 7 7S4-vi 
1809 772-iii 
1852 1493''' 
1816 759-xi 
1828 1430-iv 
1S30 377-ii 
1847 664-v 
18 1 2 64 5- V 

658-!! 
.. =63-1 

1835 468-1 V 
1 87 7 1864-ii 
1821 579-i 
1S28 418-i 
1808 2S7-ix 

1836 1073-ii 
a 1874 1770-vi 

184S Ii66-ii 
1S51 1040-ii 

are to Genealogical Numoers, not pages 



Ell 



Alicia • 

B. 

Eudora 

F. 

F. 

F. 

Frances 

Frances 

Grace 

Grav 

H. ' 

J- 

Jane 

L. 

Maria 
Ellen and 
Eleanor 

Arabella 

Augusta 

Brooks 

Cyrene 

Dunlap 

E. 

E. 

E. 

F. 

F. 

Florence 

J- 

Josephine 
M. 
M. 
M. 

Rebecca 
Ellena A. 
Ellcry Chandler 

Willis 
Elnia 
Elmer 

A. 

Clarence 
Ellsworth 
Ellsworth 
Ellsworth 
Elmira 



1827 
iSv, 



Elon Abraham 
Elsa Jane 
Elsie Cofran 
Elthea 

Ann 
Elthena H. 
Elvira 

Tane 

M. 
Elzora Sophia 
Emery Appleton 



1862 



1851 
i8;o 



i39S-iii 



1538 946-iii 
1S3S 447-i 
1861 >2yv 
1852 92:-iv 
1864 iiS2iii 
1S56 1159-iii 
1S46 470-V 

'^3'J ^59-'^:'i 
1832 838-ix 
1854 947-iv 

1539 430'v 



1S35 
i8;6 



1851 



1144-ni 
1 164-ii 
i2o6-i 
1603-viii 
1S49 577-iii 
1869 i2;;S-i 
1883 145011 

1561 1410-iii 
1861 1680- i 

1562 1483-ii • 
1809 476-ix 
i8og 490-ix 
1S19 502-v 
1S23 1 1 iS-ii 
1820 773-v 
1850 1307-ui 
1895 '39>'>-i\' 

1835 '6co-i 
1817 395 iv 
1826 1141-iii 
1803 746-i 

1836 1131-vi 

i!^43 790V'' 

1S23 iiS6-i 

i8;S ii3S-;i 

1842 1683 



646 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY— SAXBORNS. 



Emma, Emmeline, 1805 ^6i-vii Enoch 
tmilj', and Emilia, 1809 ::62-vii 

1S09 74^-ix I 

1S13 368iii j 

1S18 357-iv j 

1S26 II20-i 

, 'S-7 433^' I 
(1827) 552A-V 
182S 86i-ii 

1833 579-vi 
1838 642-xii 
1S45 731-xii I 
1848 882-iv 
184S 1457-ii 
1850 603-iv 
1877 1647-ii 

830-vi 

15-5-ii Enos 

'S39 345-viii I 
1S69 844-iv ' 

'^44 377-vii Ephraim 
1S54 1057-ii I 

1 846 1497-i 
1823 ifo-xi 
1852 676-vi 
1823 iio8-i 
1873 11=9-' 
1838 915-vii 
1 888 i397-iv 
'S54 1537-vii 
^^S3 1634-V 
1830 499ii-i 

'S45 73^-ii 

1847 790viii 
1849 470-vi 
1849 947-ii 
1856 897-ii 
1864 9^8-vi 
1874 1825-vi 
1855 I46r-i j 

'^3= '533-iv 
'850 576-ix 

1845 1505-iv 
1887 1730-V 
1S57 1251-vii j 
1870 784-viii I 
1852 748-iv 

1837 668-i Ann 

• 852 i8ic-iv I Flavilla 

1849 784-vii I Kinsman 

1852 iS59-iv- I May 

1806 148-iii I Ethan 
184S 1473-V , Ethel 
854 1158-vi 



A. 

A. 

Amanda 

Amanda 

Ann 

Ariana 

Augusta 

B. 

B. 

C. 

Couch 

Currier 

D. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Eastman 

Elizabeth 

Farnum 

Francena 

Frances 

Frances 

G. 

Gertrude 

Hannah 

J. 

Jane . 
Julia ■ 
I-. 

u. 

M. 
M. 



Cleveland 

E. 

Ely 

Hunt 

Russell 



Erasmus Darwin 
Erastus E. 

Wilson 
Ernest Karnev 

Duane 

Edward 

H. 

Linwood 

Matthew 
i Noyes 

Ray 
! Ernestine 
I Esau 
i Estella 
; Lenette 

■ Esther 



1793 



EugeneH. 
B. 

Dana 
j Dudley 

E. 
Hiram 

I w. 

Eula Clarilla 

Eumaiia 

Eunice 



Lane 
Evanna T. 
Eva 

Adelaide 

C. 

B. 

M. 

R. 

R. 
Eveline and 
Evelvn 



I Belinda 

Francena 
Everett 

A. 
Francis 

I -^• 

Prescott 

i Preston 

Tai)pan 

Walter 

William 

Ezekiel 



1820 



1878 
1785 
18S-! 



Ezra 



Mary Eastman 

1841 1190-iii 



McClellan 
P. 

Ruth 

Sprague 

Tabitha 

Valora 

(). 

Willard 

Enid Alice 

Enoch 



1837 571-ii 

1837 713-viii 
TS82 1742-viii 
1S69 ='30'i 
1S39 665-v 
1853 664-vii 
1892 1715-i 
1842 521-xi 

r4io-iii 

1685 17 



G. 

I Ida 

i Ruth 

! Etta C. 
'•■ Emma 

i M. 

I May 

' May 

May 
Eugene 



Edmunds 

T. 

Wilmarth 



1840 



References are to Genealogical Kui 



Faiih 
Farread 
F'ernandez 
Fidelia 

A. 

M. 
Fifield 

t pages. 



I524-IV 

1804 54S-iii 
1S34 900-ii 
1814 i49-vi;r 
1829 575-viii 
1SS3 i49--ii 
1S22 920 



INDEX TO AM?:RICAN GENEALOGY SANBORNS. 



647 



Fletcher G. 
Flora A. 

A. 

A. 

B. 

M. 
P"li)rence 



A. 
A. 

A. 

Gertrude 
Irene 

J. 

May 
Ford Tilton 
Foresti 
F'orrest Earle 
Francelhis Burton 
Francena and 
Francina E. 
M. 
Frances or 
P'anny 



Angelina 
Antoinette 
Connor 
E. 
F. 
L. 
L. 

M. . 
M. 
M. 

Maria 
Maria 
S. 

Ward 
Whittlesey 
Francis 

A. 
, A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

Asbiirv 

Bachiler 

D. 

Frederick 

G. 

Gregory 

M. 

M. 

Marion 

Noel 



iSc7 

1569 1411-ii 

1570 1615-ii 
1S79 1641-i 

1637-viii 

1S63 591-ii 
1S60 f457-iv 
187 1 1960-iv 
18S0 992-iv 
18S3 573-i 
1853 656-vi 

1S53-V1 

1SS7 1641-iii 
iSSo 1477-i 
1SS9 907-i 

1559 1543-ii'. 
iSSo 1539-viii 

1560 1459-viii 
1S36 432-x 
1SS4 1475-ix 
1S44 1249-iii 
1S25 427-vii 
1S36 441-ii 
1S43 945-iv 
1795 =53-i 
1797 475-vii 
1795 614-ii 
1802 334-iv 

(1820) 46s-ii 
1827 429-iii 
1829 575->:ii 
1836 361-iii 
1845 JO^^-ii 
187S 1516-vi 

42S-V 

{1825) 378-viii 

1842 1149-iv 

1840 1390-iii 
1S46 823-ii 
185S 866-iii 

1561 906-iv 
1869 1139-ii 

1841 932-vi 
1S39 1511-iii 
1SS3 1669-V 
1819 1113-i 
1861 1602-V 
1866 599- i 
1877 1084-i 
1S75 900-v 
1770 499 
1S49 1775-iii 
1S29 417-ix 

1843 422-ix 
1889 1641-iv 
— ^ — 1637-ix 
1S43 499c-vii 
1871 1902 



Francis Orman 

P. 
Frank 



1834 
1S46 

1S44 
183S 
1S44 
1S64 



1 10: 



!;9i-vi 
6S9 
1190-i 
i2S7-iv 
1617-i 
1836 i6oi-ii 
1868 1759-i 



.S32 736-v 

1S27 659-i 

(1829) 905-i'/ 

1830 808-vi 

(1846) loio-i 

1S52 603-v 

1S81 6S8-viii 

1884 i282-ii 



A. 

Albion 

Arthur 

Atherton 

B. 

Belknap 

Berry 

D. 

U. 

Dickerson 

Durkee 

E. 

E. 

Eastman 

Edwin 

H. 

H. 

Harris 

Henry 

Herrick 

J. 

Jesse 
L. 

Leslie 
Leslie 
Luther 
M. 

Melville 
Morgan 
P. 

Rollins 
S. 
T. 
W. 
W. 

Webster 
Wvman 
Franklin 



1847 

1S53 
1S62 



H. 

Fred George 
Frederick 



1443-IV 
1 536-viii 
1830-V 
1361-i 

1 84 1 573-ii 

1823 1170-iii 

1895 '9°3'" 

1565 1309-i 

1839 S69-ii 
1S72 1716-i 
1875 1285-iii 
1S49 1170-iii 

185 1 46S-viii 
1873 1516-vi 

1551 2044 

1566 1784-ii 

1845 983-^11 
1S49 ro27-i 
1862 1903 

836-1 

185S 1452-ii 

1840 636- V 
'852 1537-yi 
1865 1465-ix 

1552 1780-ii 
1859 1271-ii 
1S4S 1864 

1853 i49S-iv 
1S60 656-v 
i860 1385-i 
1886 2170-iii 

1852 2120 
185^ 1253-ii 

(1823) 446-v 

1854 i6o6-ii 

I2i8-ii 

1879 1366-i 
1S47 109S 
1826 1027 

1841 626-i 
1S52 442-iii 

Benjamin 1831 1313 



182 



1854 2iio-iii 
1789 820 
181 5 626-v 
1820 392 
1823 8oS-iii 
1859 1541-ii 
(1S63) 5S9-vii 
1868 1520-i 
1870 I i46A-iv 

S03-V 

1637-vi 

1S74 i37--vi. 

1S45 5S9-viii 
Augustus 1S43 1300-iv 
Augustus 1852 1245-V 



A. 
A. IL 



P'rederick Burden 




743A-vi 


Burleigh 


1 89 1 


2i2i-ii 


Clifton 


1S57 


S70-vii 


Curtis 


1853 


396-iv 


Davis 


1865 


391-iv 


E. 


.S75 


1138-vi 


Eugene 


1869 


!526-iii 


Everett 


1864 


1466-ii 


Everett 


1865 


1302-ii 


Farwell 


1S97 


920-ii 


G. 


1S36 


II ;i-i 


H. 


1S67 


9S6-i 


Henry 


1851 


1822-iu 


Herbert 


1S74 


1759-iii 


James 


1 86 1 


1577-iv 


McKean 


18-8 


I 57 I -IV 


Milton 


1836 


13S6 


Milton 


1 887 


1386-1 


N. 


1855 


i6o6-i'i 


(). 


1S55 


1399-i 


P. 


1856 634- V 


P. 




1310-1 


Perkins 


1S41 


1189-iii 


Roi 


1875 


1305-1 


S. 


18 ;8 


i666-iv 


W. 


i860 


^}^j-'- 


W. 


1 866 


1632-ii 


Waldo 


iS;;; 


1087-ii 


Warren 


1S65 


2093-ii 


Wilbcr 


1S70 


ii9S-ii 


William 


1859 


97^ 


1 William 


i860 


676-vii 


William 


1894 976-i 


Freedom 


1S41 


1196-1 


Freeman 


1S40 


1484-i 






1637-vii 


E. 


1867 


1150-i 


F. 


1S44 


i55>-iii 


Hatch 


1846 


85i-vi 


L. 


1825 


447-v 


P. 


1830 


760-ix 


P. 


1832 


713-vii 


Garafilia Mohalba 


1831 


386-1 V 


" 


1839 


385-111 


1 Garrett Bolmer 


1837 


527-i 


! Garu Melrose 


1805 


1386-111 
7i>-iii 


i George ( 


17 >S) 




1786) 


154-V 




1 80S 


562 




iSio 


163-vii 




'!'5 


947 




1818 


7301 




(1819) 


4a6-iii 




1820 


IC78 




1S21 


558-1 




1S23 


342-viii 




1823 


^^2[ .. 




1S23 


1526-V11 




(1S31) 


55'2A-viil 




1835 


1 5 ;S-i 




1841 


970 ... 




1S42 


1120-viii 


i 


l84i 


i&77-iii 




1844 


1 7 7 5-i 


1 


(IS46) 


642-xvi 


' 


(1852) 


looi-i 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



■' ■'( r \ 



64 8 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANUORNS. 



George 



A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

A. 

Albert 

All^ert 

Alfred 

Alfred 

Allen 

Allen 

Alien 

Alnnzo 

Andrew 

Augustus 

Augustus 

IJ. 

Kerry 

bod well 

C. 

C. 

c. 

c. . 
c. 

Clifford 

Coftin 

D. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Edward 

Edward 

Edwin 

Edwin 

Ezra 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

Francis 

Franklin 
. Frederick 

Freeman 

Franklin 

Gardner 

Gates 

Gerchell 

Granby 
-Granville 

H. 

H. 

H. 

H. 

Helmer 

Henry 

Henry 

Henry 

Henry 

Hiram 

Hoitt 



1S79 



1S40 

1.S43 
1S44 

1SS4 
»S93 

(•S32) 
1S64 
1S56 
iSyt 
i860 
18S5 
1S90 
KS45 
1S3S 
1S24 
1S40 
1S50 

i'S33 
1832 
1S25 
1S34 
1S54 
1856 
iSso 

IS30 

1826 
IS46 

IS52 

1870 
1827 
1854 

i8;4 
1 8 57 
1S5S 
1S41 
1S44 
1S50 
1857 
1S85 
iSSo 

1S34 
1870 

i8;7 
1836 
1856 
1888 

1S43 
i8;2 
1S28 
1830 

1S53 
1 8 54 
i860 
i8q7 
1S23 
1S41 
1846 

1S46 
i8;4 



1546-vi 
428-i 

I 634- VI 

648- i 

577-iii 
1220 

>S47 

847-i 

1416-ii 

453-iii 

9r8-i 

1496-iii 

1271-i 

I220-ii 

1 166-iii 
1706-iii 
I t66-iii 



12; 



•HI 



'334-' 

832-i 

767-ii 

1133-vi' 
1310 

1 173-1 
1465 
420-ix 
1853-i 



5 5.)- VI 

1 384-1 

:853-vi 

418-ii 

345-^''' j 

870-! V i 

1465-ii ! 

2004-ii I 

3S9 ; 

1147-V1 j 

1047-i ; 

1318-i I 

1 500-ii I 

654-iii j 

865-ii I 

1278-iv I 

1430-ii i 

iS6o-iv { 

181 1 -iv I 

1565 ' i 

1543-vni 1 

1078-i ] 
1229-iv 

1791-i , 

975-'' '■ 

12S5 1 

975 ! 
1-13 

i3'9 ! 

669-i V I 

i48<>ii I 

985-iii ; 

1415-ii i 

784-Viil : 

562-i 

896-iii '. 

36i-vii 1 
1 1 1 5-iv 

1579-i . 

References 



George Irving 
Irving 
Ilodgdon 
Jay 
Josiah 
Kimball 
L. 
L. 
L. 
L. 

Leonard 
Lougee 
Low 
M. 
M. 

McC. 
Nelson 
Xewell 
O. 
O. 

Orange 
Orlando 
Orville 
Otis 
P. 
P. 

Perkins 
Perkins 
Perkins 
Perkins 
Peter 
Putnam 



1855 1432-i 
1 88 1 1780-1 
1845 612-x 
1S92 2093-ii 
1861 2093-i 
1866 656-vii 
1843 61 5-iii 
i860 1410-ii 
1865 1861 -ii 
1310-ii 
1013 
705-iv 
i4;o-ii 
426-i 
i50.S-iii 

">35-' 

1 531-1 

:.j^ 1113-V 

1534 99S-V 

1836 999- iii 
iS;7 ii4Q-xii 
1 859 179' 

1837 1816 

1535 5=6-i 
•832 7S9-V11 
I S47 1 8C)0 
iSio 1558 
1S19 526 
1823 7f3-iv 
1S71 2130-iii 
1S33 957 
1872 1759-ii 



Richardson 1847 366-x 
Riley 1827 49t,c-ii 

Russell 1869 688-ii 

S. 1850 i666-i 

Sears 1814 1135 

Sherburne 1855 1331-v 
Sullivan 1S52 776-i 
Sumner 1835 516-ix 

T. 1851 1780-i 

Tristram 1S28 21 10 
\V. 1808 1601 

W. 181 5 719-vii 

W. 1S23 428-i 

\V. 1823 8:;i-iii 

W. 1S25 6':;8-i 

W. 1827 1647 

W. 1S30 683-i 

W. 1833 603-i 

W. 1S37 706- V 

Waldo 1869 957-ii 

Washington 1780 486 
Washington 1807 11 16 
Washington 181 5 1543 
Washington 1827 628-i 
Washington 1828 iS;3 
Washington 18^1 122 v'' 
Washington 1832 iS6r 
Washington 1833 I'lo-iv 
Washington 1833 829-iii 
Washington 1843 iii6-iii 
Wa>hington 1844 ;27-iii 
Wendell i8o<j 917 
Wendell 1850 1791-i 
Wells 1S50 141 5 



George Whiting 
Williams 
Wilson 
Wolcott 
Georgia Alma 
Ann 
E. 

Elizabeth 
May 
Georgiana 

Etta 

Dunlao 

W. 

Georgina E. 
Gertrude 

IJ. 

Brownell 

Lulu 

Mav 



(jerald 
Gerr'sh S. 
Gerry M. 
(iideun M. 
Gilbert 

II. 

W. 
Gilman 



Clifford 
French 
Smith 
Stanton 

Gladys Edwina 
Hope 

Glen Elmer 

(ilennie P. 

Grace 



Darlinc 

Anna 

Edna 

Ellen 

F. 

Helen 

lone 

Irving 

L. 

Mabel 

Tilton 

Grant )!erry 

Granville 

Grata Jean 

Green 



Greenleaf 

Cilley 
Greenough Daniel 



1S69 
1836 
1822 
1866 
.872 
1857 
i8'.S 
i8;o 
1885 

iS;4 
1862 

1867 
1836 
1840 
18-2 
'S77 
1.S73 
1S80 
1 89 1 



1859 
1872 

1814 
186; 
1878 
1803) 
1806 
1S09 
1810 
1S16 
1820 
1812 
1828 
1S72 
1894 
1S95 
1886 
1 88 1 
1817 
1869 
1S74 



iS-,7 
1876 
1S77 
1880 
1876 
18S4 
1884 
1869 
1877 
1S78 
1846 
1S8; 
i8;2 
1S88 
1785 
1811 
1S12) 

1800 
iS^o 



9Si-i 
1015 
1510 
1544-vi 
1459-ii 
1 604-1 v 
i66'>viii 
21 lo-i 

'579-' 
I 526-ii 
1292-ii 
I lC2-iii 
17 lo-iv 

4-3-"'' 
463-vi 

1546-:! 

551-viii 

795-' 
1276-V 
I ;77-iv 
I ir|f3-i 

'535-'' 

1666-V 

1 60c- vi 

1637-ii 

426»-iv 

T^io-iv 

i86o-i:i 

488- 1 i 

147-viii 

i3'^7 

799 

624-v 

848-i 

355-vii 

678-i 

'395-i^' 

1440-1 

2093-a 

907-i 

147 ^-Lx 

318-X 

940-1 

ii46A-iv 

42S-V 

1443-iv 

I ;'7-viii 

1853-iv 

181 i-iii 

1822-ii 

993-' 

2041-11 

907-i 

1786-ii 

1 669-i V 

1539-vii 

1459-1 

I-;! i-iii 

1 77 5-iv 

1S53-1 

451 

593-iii 

448-i 

674-ii 

498-ix 

1539 



are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



INOEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORNS. 



649 



Gretchen Smith 
Guilford Dudley 
Gustavus A. 

B. 

B. 

Burton 

Milton 



Guy Chelsea 
M. 
McCIellan 

k. 

Hamilton 
Hannah 



18S7 1 579^1 

1827 812-iii 

1845 1684 

1S19 55--vi 

1S48 924-viii 

(1S35) 5-4-i 

1S15 895 
Wentworth 

1S47 ii46A-iv 
1S76 1673-iv 



Hannah 



1896 

1S96 1733-^'' 

1S89 2121-1 

1S53 951-iii 
1684 i2-ii 
1 701 14-iv 
1713 40-iv 

1722 45-1.. - 

1723 20-xii 

1734 41-ix 

1735 30-11 

1736 iio-iii 
1738 69- V 
1740 iii-iii 
1745 54-'v 

{1747) 31-V11 



175' 
1759 
1761 
176S 
(1770) 
(177^) 



91-n 
82-ii 



1 04-1 V 
290-iii 
190V 
137-iii 

1773 296- V 

1773 65-vll 

1775 I30-V1 

1776 276-i 

I77S 154-i 
(1779) 205-1 

I7S0 64-vii 
1 78 1 199-iv 
17S2 r27-ix 
1 7 84 94-1 X 

1785 136-ix 

1786 152-V 

1787 144-vii 
Addenda 

(1789) 99-iii 

(1790) 47S-U 

1792 164-V 

1793 -S3-' 

1793 7S7-1 

„ 1794 244-viii 

1794 777-iv 

1795 489-1 V 

1797 336-"' 
179S 314-V 

179S 535-i^' 

(1800) 216-X 

1S02 2 29-%-ii 

1804 482-11 

1804 803-1 ii 
1806 330-vii 
1S07 150-V 
1808 177-iv 

1805 783-i 

Referen 



A. 

Almeda 

Ann 

Ann 

B. 

B. 

Bartlett 



1810 645-iv 
iSio 759-viii 

181 1 268-iv 
1813 148-vi 

1813 515-ii 

1814 223-ix 

1815 285-i 
1S21 256-vii 

1821 1131-i 

1822 773-vi 

1825 42--1 

1826 663-1 
1830 670-ii 
1S32 582-iii 

1832 852-viii 

1833 643-viil 
■ 1844 i533-'x 

922-11 

1826 178-X1 
1812 492-vii 
1S30 612-lli 
1 83 1 566-iv 
1803 393- vi 
1830 1141-iv 
1820 397-i 



Harriet 



Batchelder 1828 1142-I 



C. 

Chase 

Dudley 

Dustin 

E. 

E. 

E. 

F. 

Fowler 

Fellows 

G. 

Hill 

Hobbs 

Hodgdon 

Hodgdon 

Huse 

Jane 

Jane 

Ladd 

Lovilla 

M. 

M. 

Marden 

Maria 

Maria 

P. 

S. 

Smith 

Susan 

W. 



1809 369-viii 
1827 750-viii 
1796 2SS-i 
1816 ;46-i 
1S18 652-i 
1S21 347-iii 
1851 1027-ii 
1S09 
1787 
1804 
1S33 



532-11 
282-1 



73r". 
iioS-ii 



1S06 
18^1 



Harley D. 

H. 

Harold C. 

J- 
Harriet 



1SS5 
1S96 
ISC'; 



224-111 
iiS6-iii 

1826 1441-i 
1S06 509-viii 

1827 233-vi 
1843 1143-^''' 
1783 iS2-ix 
181 5 4oS-i 
1838 
1 82; 
•839 '534-'v 
1S18 1170-i 

1523 462-i 
1802 444-i 
1S25 374-iii 
1 8^1 1 464-ii 
iSoS 760-i 
1S09 2;i-vi 

1524 1235-ii 

351-i 

S47-V 
S^8-vi 



A. 

A. 

Alice 

Aluna 

Ann 

B. 

B. 

I'lillings 

('. 

1). ( 

Dalton 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Eastman 

Eastman 

Elizabeth 

Krances 

Gale 

Harrod 

J. 

K. 

L. 

Eavinia 

Leach 

M. 

M. 

M. 

Maria 

Matilda 

X. 

Newell 

Peck 

S. 

Ward 

Whitman 
Harris Gillette 
Harrison 



1S22 1327-ii 
1833 924-ii 

1535 626.1 

1536 550-xii 
1838 1516-V 
1842 822A-V 
1887 531-ii 
65.-iii 

1S33 1 171-ii 
1 8 54 984- V 
1 85 1 634-iv 

'854 1575-''' 
1825 83>i-v 

1872 1179-ii 

1873 •:7o^' 
1857 1561-!! 

1874 971-ii 
1828) 630-viii 

1824 1527-ii 
1830 774-iv 
1833 1087-1 
1895 2170-i 
1807 253-v 
1140-vii 

1843 200C-i 

1852 1057-i 

1827 1191-iv 
1825 45i-'-i 
1803 498- V 



Gray 
T. 



Harvev 



1853-1 
1400-iv 

^ 307- V. 
1S07 764-111 
iSoS 641-i 
18 u 395-i 
1813 566-ii 
182 1 1526-vi 

ces are to Genealogical N'liniber 



B. 

Locke 

P. 

Warren 
Haven 

Levant 
Hazel Lelia 

M. 
Hazen 

uot pages. 



1823 
1 86 1 

1 88 2 



640-i 
■02 ii 
370-vii 
1856 1823-ii 
182S 773-viii 
1S44 998-viii 

1400-i 

1850 1505-vi 
1836 413-xii 
1817 4;4-i 
:8i8 379- '-v 
1841 1154-vi 
1856 1805-! 
1823 1082 
1S38 468-v 
1S85 2i30-v:i 
1 82 5 253-xi 

1836 1249 ii 

1843 55«>x'^' 

924-11! 

1838 1527-ix 
1850 460-viii 

(1790) 324 
i8i4 1506 
1S17 746-\ii 

1837 66i-ii 
(1825) 843 

iSSi I49(>iv 
1853 1394-i 
1870 14 '4-1 . 
1888 2041-11! 
1825 I52cvviii 
1S65 1 395-' 
1S02 iioC-i 
1886 iS;4-vi 
181 1 1-33 . 
1S56 1233-vi 



6so 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORNS. 



Helen 



A. 
A. 

A. 

Amanda 

Augusta 

Games 

E. 

Esther 

Eulalia 

Hora 

Grace 

J- 

Josephine 

Louise 

M. 

M. 

Maria 

Mary 

May 

May Shanr 

O. 

s. 

Maria 



562-v 
1667-iii 

"33-' 
1526-iii 

I220-i 
I 159-iii 
1341-iv 
425-ii 



Ileman 
Henry 



Kean 



A. 
A. 

Albert 

Alonzo 

Appleton 

Arthur 

Augustus 

B. 

B. 

Batchelder 

Bellows 

Blake 

Brackett 

Bradlev 

G. 

C. 

C. 

Chase 

Chase 

Clay 

Clinton 

(Clinton 

Coleman 

Crockett 

Dearborn 

Dearborn 



Dearborn 

E. 

E. 

F. 

Franklin 
Frederick 
French 
Gerrish 
Hancock Lanp 

Hibbard 
Howard 
Isaac 
Kendall 
Leavitt 
Lee 

Leonard 
Lester 
Low 
Marshall 
Martin 
Mead 
Millard 
Mortimer 
P. 
P. 

Richards 
S. 

Seba 
T. 

Thomas 
Veasey 
W. 

Warren 
Warren 
Wilson 
Winthrop 
fenrietta 

A. 

Jane 
M. 

Maria 
W. 



Herbert 



iSiS 783-vi 


H 


ezekiah 


1S19 


1840 86 1 -V 






1828 


1490-viii 


FI 


erschel Alnieran 


1839 


1S75 ='7'-i 


Hilda A. 


1 889 


187 1 958-ii 




Winslow 


1 886 


18SS 2140-iv 


Hilliard 


1765 


1819 1575 






'793 


1856 1233-vi 




Tilton 


1S36 


np 


Hillie R. 


1864 


1S21 400-iii 


H 


ram ( 


793) 


1S40 9S6-i 






1805 


1845 591-V 






1806 


1S43 578-i 






1S12 


1S60 977 






1S13 


1S75 702-iv 






1834 


1SS2 2160-iii 




A. 


1834 


1S96 1400-ii 




Langdon 


,832 


1S79 1559-i 




Moore 


1834 


1838 I ^20-11 




\V. 


1846 


1S60 1294-iii 


H 


□His 


1S32 


1842 I4I2 




R. 


1S47 


t832 1214 


H 


)mer Dearborn 


1S34 


1850 1149-viii 




Glenalva 


1852 


1S45 '559-i 




Glenalva 


1897 


1833 S45 


H 


orace or Hoiatio 


1S21 


1846 IS33-X 
1S62 iS6i-i 






1S22 






1823 


1839 1490-iii 






1823 


1892 1047-i 






1S34 


1843 707-iii 








1829 634-iii 








1826 1294 






1845 


1844 S66-i 




Bowers 


1821 


^^53 955-' 




D. 


1S24 


1879 973-"'' 




E. 


1849 


1S75 2043-i 




H. 


1842 


1870 1673-ii 




Herbert 


i86r 


1S41 853-i 




J- 


1830 


361-vii 




Piper 


•839 


'S';3 993- V 




K. ( 


1847) 


1834 83S-X 


Hortense J. 


184c 


695-i 


H 


osea 




I S3 1 375-iv 


H 


iward 


1834 


1833 1 160-iv 






1S55 


1S42 1338-V 




A. 




542-ii 




Gilbert 


1870 


1862 1370-ii 




Jedediah 


1SS2 


1S49 992 




Lewis 


.S55 


1S46 1471-V 




Sanford 


1893 


iSSG i2S6-ii 




W. 


1SS7 


1862 1473-i 


H 


ugh 


t88i 


i8;9 1318-11 




March 


iSo- 


1861 1815-ii 




Montgomery 


1SS2 


1862 I38vii 
1310-ii 


H 


uldah 


1688 




( 


749) 


1865 IIOO-V 






'752 


I88S 1586-ii 






•753 


IS27 702 






1769 


1S74 992-i 






1769 


IS33 629-x 






1781 


I&70 900-v 






1823 


IS62 1327-li 




Elkins 


1802 


IS59 415-i 




Maria 


1817 


IS79 1256-ii 




T. 


1845 


IS72 1531-iii 








1854 S70-vi 


L 


Sylvanus 


1834 



Alvah 
Cummings 
F. 

Hooper 
Horace 
Lord 
Lyman 
Nathaniel 
Ray 
S. 

Stevens 
T. 

Woods 
Herman 

A. 

Clinton 
Elisba 
Elkins 
Tohn 
L. 
are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



672 

34S-V' 

I2G8-i 

1415-1 
S95-iv 
252 

467 

570-iv 

921-iv 

7'5 

1440 

698 

919 

378-ii 

69S-i 

1447-i 

154S 

202 1 

i49S-ii 

642-ix 

561-iv 

1441-Y 

1135-iii 

1135-iii 

403-11 

550-iii 

5;6-iv 

1360 

553-'i 

1603-V 

1603-vii 

924-vii 

1603 

760-viii 

I 2S7-vi 

1287-111 

516-iv 

433-vii 

Soi-ii 

loio-ii 

795-i 

670-i 

1338-111 

l22S-iii 

1063-iii 

iS75-iii 

2i3C>-vi 

1209-i 

1770-iii 

1442-vi 

98i-iii 

743-^' 

1579-' 

7-u 

31-viii 

56-ii 

I lo-ix 

136-iii 

185-iii 

iq7-viii 

4S4-X 

507- V _ 

I 50-viii 

54S-iv 



651-V 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORNS. 



6^1 



Ida 



B. 
E. 
L. 

Louise 

Louise 

M. 

May 

P. 
Ina Maud 
Inez Maude 

Medora 
Ira 



R. 

Hean 

Blake 

Chase 

Edwin 

Edwin 

G. 

S. 

Shaw 

Sleeper 

Wallace 

Irvena Jane 

Irvin 

H. 

Irving Ellis 
L. 
O. 

Isa Eliza 

Isaac 



B. 

Chandler 

E. 

Frank 

Glover 

L. 



1S52 1292-i 

1567 I200-i 
18S0 1603-iii 
18S2 1 282-1 i 

669-iv 

1132-iv 

1855 iiSo-i 

1858 579-ii 
1S73 869-ii 

loii-viii 

1878 1782-iv 
1S5S 1027-V 
1883 53r-ii 

1568 1827-i 
18S7 907-i 
1882 i22S-iii 

1856 1454 ii 
1766 312 
179S 3S9-iv 
1801 663 
1804 901 

1806 813 

1807 1207 
1822 697 
iS5r 426-vii 

1859 907-i 
1832 1528-iv 
1830 S38-viii 
1 84 1 924-v 
i8o6 1143 

1S33 1784 
1817 995 
1822 Sro-iii 
1832 1668 

1808 133S 
1853 791-viii 
1S93 1106-i 
185 1 1138-vii 
1862 866-iv 
1S66 1756-ii 
1871 iio6-i 

666-vii 

1874 1559-i 
•737 17-ix 
1752 143 
1777 626 
1785 773 
'793 365 
1797-^528 
1800 853 
1806 626-i 
1808 933 

18 [2 592 
T814 927 
1822 1234-i 
(1825) 364-iii 
1826 1661 

1836 590-i 
1838 1148-iii 
1842 592-iv 
I79S 651 
1810 574 

1533 916-ii 

1837 1672 

'855 iS3'-v 

1534 55S-V 



Isaac X. 


1807 351-ii 


Mason 


1796 1235 


Newton 


1 83 I 20<'So 


s. 


1S31 ii6o-iii 


Smith 


iSoo 114S 


Smith Rowe 


1830 1515-iii 


W. 


445-ii 


Watts 


1S32 1235-V 


Wheeler 


1S33 1119-i 


Isabel 


'764 3°3-'^'^ 




i-j^i 152-vii 


Butterfield 


1832 877-vi 


F. 


1855 873-viii 


G. 


1845 577-iv 


H. 


1S32 640-iii 


Jane Ann 


1S27 I5is-ii 


K. 


1300-iii 


Isaiah 


1769 231 




'794 230-iv 




1800 477-i 




1821 1254 


French 


1805 599 


Israel 


1736 67-v 




1767 287 




1773 200 




1778 191-iii 




1791 914 




1811 524 


Comstock 


1828 8ii-ii 


Franklin 


(1S39) S2S-iii 


G. S. 


1856 Q93-vi 


Gilman Sm 


th 




1824 993 


M. 


181S 396-iii 


Peasley 


1824 366-ii 


Issachar 


1805 356-i 


Ivory 


1819 577-iii 


E. 


'858 577-viii 


Izeta D. 


1861 814-i 


Jabez 


1691 41 




1756 59-iv 




1789 i6[-ii 


Jacintha Maria 


1852 i39S-i 


Jack 


1861 ioS3-ii 


Jacob 


1711 y 




173S 31-iii 




1761 260 


( 


1772) 763 


( 


1774) 266 




1777 761 




178S 774 




1788 112S 




1793 3S0 




1795 737 




1796 457 




1S04 536-vi 




1808 453-i 




1813 i;o8 




1S25 1234-iii 




1843 3s8-xiii 


B, 


iSoi 862 


Brown Philb 


-ick 




1S21 121 1 


D. 


1S15 1443 


Hook 


•773 2,<^ 



[Jacob Hook 
Keliey 
Osborn 
Robinson 
Smith 
Wiggin 
James 



A. 

Albert 

Allen 

Alvah 

Arthur 

B. 

Beverly 

Brackett 

Byers 

C. 

Chandler 

Edward 

F. 

F. 

Fenno 



iSo6 946 

1819 649-viii 
1840 1820 
1838 1 51 2 
.823 1398 

1820 1527-i 

1696 28 

1697 46 
1724 73 
1748 t57 
1757 205 
1757 226 
1760 123 
1764 474 
1773 5'3 

1775 128-viii 

1776 532 
1780 720 

1783 805 

1784 566 
I7S6 41 1 
1787 322 

(1788) 564 

1789 615-i 

1790 408 

1791 821 

1794 579 
1797 f^i 

1795 883 
1800 338-i 
I See 5S9 
1803 336- vi 
1803 499c 
1805 1226 
•8o8 333-vii 
1 80S 1 133 

(iSio) 61 1 
iSir 1276 
1812 1009 
1 81 5 455-1 

1819 1555 

1820 629-v 
(1820) 673 

1521 1577 

1522 731-i 

1535 S7i-i 
'836 594- ;ii 
1846 1307-11 
1S47 426-v 

692 

743-\-vi 

1842 155:-!: 
1S43 12-6-i 
1850 706-x 
1S55 iia'>x 
1846 12S6 
1838 635-vi 
1807 683 
180S 512-ii 
1846 806-iv 
1S26 ri59-v 

1536 53vviii 
1836 960 
i8ir 842 
1S31 651-iv 
1822 iiQ4-iv 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



•? 



652 




INDEX TO 


AMERICAN GENEALOGY 


5ANHORN.S. 






James Fletcher 


S53 


94S iii 


Jane 


81S 


403-i 


Jeremiah 1 


S06 612 




f'olsom 


797 


742-iii 




S23 


402-v 




80O 


1231 




Forrest 


■S33 


1815 




825 


746-x 




S14 


685 ^ 




Frank 


84 1 


93--V 


(.827) 


552A-VI 




S30 642-viii 




Frederick 





i9oS-iv 


' 


829 


:53-viii 




S37 


1171-111 




Freeiiinii 


^^45 


1449-i 




S30 


567-ix 


Beverly i 


S2; 


6Si-ii 




G. 


SS6 


1 S60-V 




877 


1778-V 


Blake 


817 


410-V 




Gibson i 


79S 


1202 






922-iii 


C. 


822 


11 So 




Godfrey 


S07 


4951'^ 






looS-ii 


D. 


S19 


743A-X' 




Godfrey 


SoS 


1 i6i-i 


Adams 


828 


1 142-11 


Freeze 


S52 


842-vii 




Gordon i 


S65 


1875-i 


Ann I 


802 


49S-iv 


Gilman 


777 


201 




Henry 


Sd 


1175 


Augusta 


S64 


801-iii 


L. 


833 


752-ix 




Henry 


S43 


452-vi 


C. ^ 


821 


620-viii 


Locke 


829 


1394 




Henry i 


S43 


499C-vi 


E. 


^33 


636- ii 


Lyford 


837 


1322 




L. 1 


8.4 


426 


E. 


1864 


161 v' 


Marston 


7^7 


"5 




L. 1 


8 56 


994-1 V 


F. 


895 


1497-ii 


Marston 


745 


3^5 




M. I 


S33 


759-xiii 


Lewis 


[S8[ 


' 397-1' 


Marston 


826 


1235-m 




M. (I 


S2S) 872-i 


Loring 


835 


1154-iii 


P. 


83' 


660- i 




M. 


828 


1003 


M. 


820 


'^47-i'i 


Page 


801 


653 




M. I 


S37 


1648 


M. I 


82S 


62(^ix 


Prescott 


812 


2000 




M. 


S50 


846A 


M. 




1400-iv 


Rus.sell 


816 


1584 




M. 


S56 


563-iv 


Mahaffey 


S69 


1855-i 


Smith 


803 


670 




Madison i 


S09 


1127 


Maria 


807 


3'3-vi 


Thompson 


874 


is50-iv 




Madison 


S22 


559-i 


Oden 


[856 


1155-vii 


Wilson 


8^7 


::o43 




Merrill i 


S4O 98 I 


Sarah 




101 i-vi 


Jeren\y Leavitt 


,859 


i^a>-iv 




Monroe i 


8f9 


948 


Stevens 


1847 


1 523-ii 


Jerome 


837 


428-v 




Moulton 


840 


ri94-xv. 


Janet 


1857 


i6o6-iv 


Bonaparte 


827 


953 




Newton 


S50 


579-i' 


jason B. 


835 


1231-iii 


Jerusha 


S17 


491 -vi; 




O. I 


840 


1 1 18-vi 


E. 


1870 


1857-vi 


Jesse 


764 


.58 




Oren 


89 1 


i7ia-ii 
842-ff 


Jasper 


Sii 


354-xi 


-- 


771 


749 




Otis 


843 


jay C. 


1822 


7S9-V 




794 4'4 




Otis I 


851 


1277-V 


Jeanette Adams 


'873 


1783-111 




794 


1186 




Kol.n- 


S03 


498-xi 


Jedediah 


J7'7 


34.. 




S14 


520-v 




S. ' I 


820 


1179 


Jemima 


1702 


q-vii 




[828 


1454-11 




S. I 


S29 


1 1 58-vi 




1768 


114-iv 


Appleton 


S20 


1S12 




S. I 


S39 


i6oi-iii 




[798 


306-vi 


Butterfield 


1830 


877-v 




S. I 


867 


iS6r-iii 




r8io 


411-iii 


i». 


81-1 


1537 




Sherbiirn J 


Si, 


573 


Moulton 


1S04 645-i 


Kittredge 


818 


1344 




Silver 


81S 


414-n 


Jeremiah 


1701 


29 


W. 


1812 


1287 




Smith 


837 


1863 




[703 


107- 


Jessie 


858 


1138-! V 




Solomon 


■'^35 


1710 




[730 


91 


E. 


S77 


i862-i;i 




Temple 


8 -.6 


419 vii 




'739 


289 


Edith 


1877 


1810-xiv 




Templeton 


825 


549-viii 




1741 


96 


Fremont 


850 


663-vii 




W. 


S94 


1715-i 




1744 


85 


Lavinia 


i860 


2080-ii 




Waddeil i 


774 


621 




'753 


61 -iv 


M. 


1S72 


1669-iii 




Wallace 


S22 


1666 




1757 


24Q 


R. 


1 88 1 


2004-iii 




William 


S13 


391 




1764 


^06 


Jethro 


72r 


55 




William 


1853 


6S4-V 




1767 


S2-V 




73S 


88-iii 


Jane 




1730 


6S-i 




1767 


74:^ 




'^P 


'45 






'749 


74-vi 




1770 


S5;ui 




762 


214 






751 


6i-iii 




'772 






770 


36' 




(' 


766) 


1S8-V 




'773 


262 




1788 5 58 




(I 


767) 


189-i 




1782 


249iii 




'795 


248-viii 




(' 


774) 


6i-ii 




'783 


641 




!=5 


559-iii 






778 


120-vii 




1788 


412 


Rand 


840 


376-v)i 






7S0 


94- vii 




1790 


751 


Jewett 


75"^ 


-'7 






7S6 498-1 




1791 


24S-vii 




7q6 


5^.8 




' 


795 


48 [-i 




1793 


741-ii 




[798 


570 






804 


6i6-iv 




1793 


796 




'799 


569 






[810 


214-xii 




1795 


678 , 




828 


<-cyu 






1810 


342-iii 




1796 


1 171 


Joanna 


1692 


9;'' ... 






tSii 


333-viii 




1802 


636 




'736 


38- v; 11 






1813 


513-vi 




1802 


744-ii 




'77°. 


■141-V 






rS.5 


33--VI 




1803 


'5^7 




'774 


i04-viii 






1816 


33 5-xi' 




1804 649-i 




'783 


244-iii 


% 




18 1 6 


417 ii 


• 


1S05 


677 




'794 


147-i 








Kefereti 


res are to Genealogicf 


i\ Numbers, nc 


)t pages. 







INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANIIORNS. 



t^53 



Joanna 



Job L. 

Pratt 
Joel A. 

F. 

L. 

R. 

Severance 
John 



1797 491-ii John 
i;Si6 493-x 
1S16 504-i 
1839 1159-xii 
1S21 8S6 
1S26 1271 
1S42 1123-ii 
1S32 S14-V 
1S06 1 109-i 
1S47 1522-ii 
(1590) 1 
1620 2 

1649 5 
i6t)0 39 
t6Si 20 
1683 15 
17 1 1 39-iv 
1719 5SA 
1721 72 
1723 62 
172S 75 

1730 1S4 

1731 129 

•736 '95 
'736 234 
173S 25-vm 

1741 142 

1742 290 
'743 133 

1743 144 
Addenda 

(1745) 69-ix 

'745 S6 

1747 '5- 

1747 193 

1750 '39 
(1755) ■-9-i 

1757 166 

1761 22S 
(1763) 274 

1763 4S9 

1764 3'9 

1766 475 
(1766) 500 

1767 i6i 
1767 223 
1767 25s 
1769 479 

'773 -9- 
1774 760 

('775) 72-Ji 
1776 233 
1776 369 
'779 S5-vii 
1780 ^04 

1780 S04 

1781 151-V 

1782 64-viii 
{1782) lu-iii 

17S2 351 

1783 80-ii 
1791 2S5 
1785 502 

1785 767 
(1785) S51 1 

1786 923 ' 

References are to Gen 



1787 750 

1 788 5S5 I 
17S9 11.S4 j 
1790 2S<>-ii j 
1790 417 
1790 429 

'79' 43*^ I 

1792 409 

'793 642 

1793 "40 

1794 291-1 

1794 "13 
'795 -57-1 
1796 652 

1796 727 
17S6 1430 

1797 871 

1797 9-9 

1795 361-iii 

1799 "376 
i8co 369- ii 

1800 462 

1800 58 1 

1801 741-V 

1802 200-iii 

1803 332-i 
1S04 232-:ii 

1804 S37 

1804 1 1 29 

1805 33S-iii 

1806 1 1 54 
1S06 1600 

1807 501-iv 

1808 724-i 
(1808) 770-vii 

1809 349-x 

1810 641-ii 
1812 483-1!! 

1812 1475 

18 1 3 396-i 
1S13 1478 

1814 427-i 
1S15 1457 
18 17 342-vi 

1817 1499-i 

1818 1057 
(1820) 467- ii 

1821 417-V 

1821 1604 

1822 730-iii 
•823 835 

'823 1355 

1823 1811 
1825 731-iii 
1S27 1 181 
1827 1655 

1829 2090 

1830 1430^ 
1834 1533-V 
i8'56 776-vi 
1S38 S62-V 
1850 1250-i 

1553 1 1 58-1 V 

1554 1604-iii 
1856 1430-V 
1804 iSi2-ii 



John 



A. 

Abidan 
Albert 
Alden 
Alexander 

Appleton 

Alva 

Averv 

K. 

B. 

K. 

H. 

ISatchelder 

IJean 

Hell 

Denjaniin 

Bradford 

Brewer 

C. 

Calef 

Chandler 

Chandler 

Chase 

Chase 

Chase 

C. L. 

Colby 

Collins 

Crockett 

Crockett 

Cummings 

D. 

U. 

Darricott 

Dearborn 

Dearborn 

Dearborn 

Drew 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Eastman 

Eben 

Edgar 

Edjerton 

Edson 

Edwin 

Edwin 

Elliot 

Elmer 

Emerv 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

Farnham 

Fitts 

Follansbee 

Francis 



1S71 ii66-iii 

7iS-viii 

90i-i 

1634-1X 

1S50 655-iv 

1799 '533 
1871 1S11-! 
1862 1301-vi 
1824 959 

Addenda 
184S 1822-ii 
18S5 1200-i 
189S 1789-111 

'79'^ 739 
1804 87 5 
1S37 1116-1 
1S63 1179-i 
(1S21) 37S-vi 
1S31 I 53 5-1 
i8"-6 1705-1 
1S26 1576 
1S03 1791-iii 
1840 1442-V1 

1542 1807 
1863 684-vii 
J 83 5 1009 
iSth 1164-ii 

1775 483 
iSoi 482-1 

1543 1366 
1S5I i43'-v" 
1842 '742 
1S2S 1255 
1832 2055 
186S 2055-ii 
1S32 900-1 
1S22 74'>i-'' 
1S3C i4?3-ii 
1839 1826 

17S5 741 
17S9 123-11 
182 1 745-i^' 
1804 1524 
1820 M55-i' 
1S4S 576-vi 
iS;o 994-i 
1824 I 51 1 
1S60 1 789-111 
1SS8 iS22-iii 
1835 418-iv 
1S39 i22;-iii 
1852 1170111 

1603-ii 

1849 S42-vi 
1S&3 iC'90-;ii 
(1835) 9f^-=i 
1807 4-5 
1S27 822-i 

1X34 5-3-^- 
1S45 926-iv 
1S47 4- 5-'^' .. 
1S6; i6o6-vii 

1825 ::5-y; 
1825 932-i 

'795 3S' . . 
1834 644-1:1 



ealogical Numbers, not pages. 



654 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORN'S. 



John Francis 
Franklin 
Franklin 
Frederick 
Frothingliani 
G. 
G. 

Gifford 
Gilnian 
Gilman 
Gilman 
Goold 
Goold 
Gordon 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 

Hannibal 
Hayes 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
Henry 
Hibbard 
Hodgdon 
Horatio 
Hoyt 
Flubbard 
H. S. 
Jay 
Jay 
Jarvis 
Jutau 
L. 
L. 
'' L. 
L. 

Langdon 
Leonard 
Lowe 

• Lvford 
^ Lyford 

M. 
M. 
M. 

• M. 
• M. 

M. 
M. 

Melvin 
Monroe 
Murray 
". N. 
Newell 
Norris 
Norris 
Noyes 
Oscar 



iSj5 S75-1 
1S43 962 ; 

S37-ii 

18S6 1442-vi 
1.S16 767-ii 
1800 498-iii 
1S16 1077 
iSs9 1832-! 
1784 722 

1809 588 
1S22 1292 
1797 263 

— f 91 
184s i53'-'n 
1S02 496- iii 

(1S17) 805-ii 
1S19 ir53 
1S38 6S7 
1846 946-vi 
1 85 1 S96-V 
1S56 1293-ii 
1S64 1544-V 
1885 2080-i 
1S42 1413 
1S32 17S1 
1S30 1823 

I'^^JS '3-' 
1S46 1 524-iv 
1846 S64-iii 
1S4S 1459-ii 
1874 1321-iii 

1810 1339 

1821 233-v 
1853 1600-viii 
17S9 549 
1834 1S32 

1839 940 
1829 2093 

1840 815-i 
1820 74S-ii 
1797 815 
1791 519 
i8io 1250 
1826 752-vi 
1844 ii4S-iv' 
1S13 1197 
1S75 1546-iv 
1810 1450 

(1831) 905-iv 
1848 1014-i 
1813 S64 

1822 466-i 
1833 431-ix 
:844 706-viii 

1S57 ^-53-^'' 
1865 iiio-iv 
1867 907-iii 
'S33 879-ii 
1S63 948-vii 
1836 1785 
18 ^5 906-ii 
1843 131 1 
1809 3S7 
■S35 3S7-ii 
1S49 ^33^-'^'^ 
1840 429-vii 



Jo 



hn Osgood 
Page 
Pearson 
Pearson 
Pearson 
Pearson 
Pevear 
Pitts 
Pitts 
Porter 
Prescott 
Prescott 
Prescott 
Quimby 



1S24 1790 
1844 1869 
1738 1S8 
1774 496 
1786 497-i 
1794 1 167 
1834 1361 
1833 97S 
1S79 978-v 
1S32 381-i 
1750 299 

1785 775 
iSoo 464 
1766 279 



Quincy Adams 1S25 987 



K. 
K. 
R. 

Randolph 
Royal 
Ru'ndlett 
Ryan 



S. 

S. 

Salter 

Sawyer 

Sewell 

Shaw 

Smith 

Smith 

Stark 

Stevens 

Stevens 

Stevens 

Stocker 

Sullivan 

Summerfield 

Swasey 

T. 

T. 

Talbot 

Taylor 

Taylor Goodhue" 

1S17 1442 
Thomas Gulick 1853 1154-xi 



1S39 1854 

1873 iS54-iii 

1806-V 

•S35 1055-ii 

1 883 1869-iv 

'795 797 
1S62 1059-ii 

1820 453-vi 

1837 1053 

1841 873-11 

1785 395 
1S59 1 197-1 

1819 1153 
1823 10S7 
1738 So 
1S47 1145-! 

1821 1908 
1804 1455 

1820 951 
1850 1685 
1829 355-v 
17S9 485-1 
1S31 615-1 

(1817) 1204 
1800 1200 
183S 663- V 
1S47 527-iv 
1803 510-vii 



Tilton 
V. 
W. 
W. 

w. 

w. 
w. 
w 

Walter 

Walter 

Ward 

Ward 

Ware 

Warren 

Warren 

Warren 

Washington 

Weeks 

Wells 

Wendell 



1794 1 146 

1826 529 

1821 1235-i 

1822 458-i 
1S2S 419-iv 

1834 366-vi 
1851 529-i 

1 535-' 

1855 1586-ii 
i860 1785-i 
1803 1473 
1S33 1042 
1806 644 
1833 16S0 

1835 1063 
1896 i6So-ii 
1816 549-iii 
'832 913 
1S43 iigS-iii 
1812 906 



John Wentworth 


1S43 i490-vi 


Wentworth 


1S45 ii46A-iv 


Wentsvorth 


1S48 2oco-iii 


Wesley 


1845 '47 5-^''' 


William 


1S22 1300 


William 


1836 2022 


William Bad 


ger 




1839 1546 


Windsor 


1891 1059-i 


Wingate 


i8c6 765-ii 


Winthrop 


1842 1673 


Worthen 


1853 920-ii 


V. 


1842 869-iii 


Johnson 


1804 i68-ix 


Jonah 'I'yrrell 


i8;6 1617 


Jonathan 


1672 10 




1697 i2-vii 




1700 3S 




1714 88 




1718 49 




1733 294 




1738 106 




1738 127 




1739 132 




1740 6S-\-u 




1754 204 




1755 254 




1760 236 




1760 293-i 




(1760) 49S 




1762 333 




'763 3=;4 




(1764) 187-11 




1764 229 




1764 2S6 




1769 762 




177 1 63-vl 




(1773) ^33-^^ 




1777 765 




1778 284 




1778 627 




1780 638 




1780 649 . 




(1781) 533 




1782 747 




1787 735 




17S7 1470 




I7S8 22I-i 




178S 465 




1791 1166 




1792 516 




1793 229-iv 




1793 II 59 




1794 354-'v 




1796 283-111 




1797 334-'i 




1799 236-v 




1S03 1225 




1804 734 




180S 787-vii 




1S13 14S4 




1S19 594-1 




1S20 1130-ii 




1S24 n59-ii 




1S31 73i-'^' 




1833 914-vii 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



INDEX TO 



AMERICAN GENEALOGY SAXBORNS. 



Jonathan Albert 
B. 



655 



Josedech 
Joseph 



iilton 1770 

V. ,847 

Veasey 17SS 
W. rSr7 

Wallingford 

1817 



Joseph 



Abbott 

Amariah 

Appleton 

Applcton 

B. 

Beverly 

Beverly 

Blake 

C. 

C. 

C. 

Calef 

Chad wick 

Clifford 

Clough 

D. 

Dana 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Eager 

Franklin 

G. 

George 

Gilman 

H. 

H. 

H. 

Haven 

Henry Knight 

1842 
Herbert 
Hilliard 
Hubbard 
Julius 
K. 

Kirkland 
Knight 



'792 354-iv 

'792 559 

1792 596 

1792 736 

1793 437 
1795 650 
1802 440 
1S04 639-ii 
1806 743A-vi 

1806 1603 

1807 849-iv 
1809 1232 
1814 224-vii 
1S19 33S-ix 
1820 528 
'821 577-iv 
1823 1 1 58-1 V 
1S24 552A-iv 
'S25 736-iii 

(1828) 379-ix 
1835 55S-vi 
1838 1270 

1S51 I2I-,-i 
1856 842-ix 

1S14 9;o 
^^53 949-iv 
1855 1676-i 
1762 261 
iSio 6S0 
1821 1176 i 
iSii 789-ii i 
182S 1327-iv 
1864 1416 
1794 :^77-v 
^^-3 149-xi 
1737 141 
i22S-iii 

1823 575.V 

1824 1493-! ii 

1835 643-xi 
1857 1176-i 
186S 1327-i 

1836 740-ii 
1832 9S9 
1791 3-6-iii 
1847 1396 

I79S 2C2 

1834 774-fi 
1842 1487-i 
1S46 2171 
1S31 1395 



1845 -160 
1759 176 
1S36 1S35 
1836 59 1 -i 
— ^ — 1200-iii 
1S93 '901-i 
iSoo 1534 
1867 '835-iv 
1820 1209 
1S43 1315 
r867 iS3ivii 
182; 466-ii 
17S9 80S 
ire to Genealogical Numbers, not 



Lander 

Lane 

Leavitt 

Lewis 

M. 

Marden 



' Joseph Marden 
Noah 
P. 
P. 

Palmer 
Philbrick 
Redman 
Robinson 
Rowe 
Russell 
■ S. 

Sherburne 

Sherburne 

Smith 

Stevens 

Tenny 

Thayer 

Thomas 

W. 

Walter 

Warren 

Warren 

Warren 

Warren 

Warren 

Warren 



1S63 1560-iii 
1836 1384 
1S19 1497 
1844 528-1 
1812 1477 
1S41 1198-ii 
1S17 146J 
1821 784 vii 
'S37 972 
1S95 '672-iv 

'^39 i:!35-vii 
1808 410-ii 
I S3 1 605-ii 
iSoo 757-vii 
1S34 944-iv 
184^ ii7S-iii 
1S2S 1084 
17S7 1 165 
1799 --3i'i 
1873 i-oo-i 
1774 5'f 
1S08 ;2o-ii 
1S40 1305 
1S45 i-78-i 
1S65 1197-ii 
1305-V 



Washington 1820 143 



I White 

Woodbury 
Woodman 
Woodman 
Josephine 



Joshua 



A. 
A. 

Latetia 
Morrill 



Josiah 



Brackett 

H. 

Homer 

N. 
Shaw 



r8i9 1278 
1851 910-ii 
iSoi 1195 
1S20 ^'--'v 
1S37 982-i 

—- i3'5-i 
1841 4iS-vi 
1843 48S iv 
1S47 -TjS-V 
iSi>6 loi ;-ii 
1715 112' 
1754 IC9-V: 
'776 303-vii 
180 t 1^29 
1S17 4,S4-vii 
1817 1128-ii 
1S27 l^34-iv 
-7- 743-^-vi 
1S27 5So-iii 
1823 1301 
1S02 -cx) 
i8;8 rS4.S-i 
1862 3S3 
(1655) 12 
1707 ic8 

17:^3 "4 - 
1738 196 

173S ^97 
(1743) 97 
'747 30- 
1750 88 -X 
r76f 2S1 

1763 314 

1764 306 
176; 50S 

1765 770 
1767 247 
1769 615 
1769 7S1 



pages. 



656 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENKALOGY PANCORNS. 



Josiah 



Ambrose 

B. 

B. 

Bartleit 

Butler 

C. 

F. 

Fellows 

Fisher W 

G. 
G. 

Hills 
llobbs 
Miles 
Rufus 
S. 

Sullivan 
Jiidah or Judith 



Anil 
Ann 
Ann 

Judson T. 

Julia 



1770 S9-xii 
1770 33(^ 

1770 743 

1771 291 

177^ 759 
(1774) 343 
1774 S03 
17S5 794 
17S7 640 
17S9 1 193 

1794 1499 
i.Soo S22 
1803 6S2 
(1S04) 755 
1S06 757-ix 
iScS 759-vii 
1S09 S03-V 
t8i2 24 vi 
1S13 7S3-iv 
1S22 73011 
iSio 49S-xiii 
1839 1476-ii 

202 i-i 

1S04 661 
1S2S 91 1 

1830 S22A-iv 
1 80 1 88 1 
1S24 657 

ilson 

1826 400-vi 

, 1815 773-i'' 
1S35 '^'45 
18 1 4 f326-ii 
1789 518 
1797 1114 

1831 1676 
1822 627-v 
1S21 776-i 

1675 5-1 
1708 9-x 
1715 17-iii 
1724 19-vi 
1743 60-ii 
1748 53-vii 
1765 94-1 

1776 141-viii 

1777 64-vi 
1779 136-vii 

1779 '39-'' 

1780 239-v 
(17S7) 205-v 
(1790) 282-ii 

1797 777-v 

1798 490-v 

1813 257-viii 
1S13 517-vii 

1814 502-ii 
1S15 ri28-i 

I '"^3- 533-vii 

1848 791 vi 

1S20 630-iii 

1835 799-'' 

1840 ii20-vii 

1852 i6o6-i 

17S5 143-ii 

(iSoi) 638-i 



Julia 



A 
A. 
A. 

Aline 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Annette 

Augusta 

])vr<)n 

E'. 

K. 

E. 

Elizabeth 

Lane 

M. 

M. 

Maria 

Maria 

Vincent 
Juliet 

\V. 
Junia Hobbs 
f ustin 
Justus 



1809 620-i 
(iSio) 465-i 
1S13 488- vi 
1S13 649-v 
1816 267 -iv 
1818 646-vi 
1823 631-iii 
1832 8Si-iii 
1S35 403-viii 
1S27 1125-iii 

1543 ii::3-''' 
1844 i2 5S-ii 

1875 '654-i' 
181 5 647-i 
1821 713-iii 

•^3S 1173-'" 

1544 i6o2-i 
1829 366-iv 
1855 948-iv 
1803 49--' 'i 



1851 

1853 
1S67 

'S35 
1817 
1822 



425-vii 
1307-y 
702-iii 
1 1 15-i 
s20-vi 



552-vii 
1S47 865-iii 

•S33 45^-'' 

361-V11 

1S57 461-ii 

(1839) 524-iii 

1S37 463- \' 

1857 1489111 

1S47 1251-iv 

1808 488-! V 

iS^i ii;8-ii 



Kate or Katherine 1820 1167-i 
see also Catherine 1S52 92S-iii 
1856 549-viii 
1 886 1960-xii 
1SS7 1676-1 
1S59 1667-ii 



A. 

Allen 

Anne 

Donaldson 

E. 

Elizabeth 

Emery 

Hill 

L. 

Lacy 

Leona 

Kuth 

Wentworth 

Wnrthen 
Kendall 
Kenneth L. 
Keziah 

Kingsbury 
Kirke P. 

L. P'sther 
Fred 
Maria 



1867 
1SS4 

1S73 
1865 

i860 
1872 



I752-1V 

1059-i 

1826-iv 

979-iii 

S37-1V 

iS;i-i 



Lafayette Webster 1S53 

La Forest 

Larrcv NL 
Lamoille \V. 
Lan^don Morgan 
Lanson 



O. 



Laura 



18S9 
1S3. 
1892 
1797 
1S43 
1S44 
184S 



1532-1V 

1062-i 

1475-ix, 



0-.) 



•IV 



1204-n 
I2i8-iv 
1890 1667-iii 
1885 1475-vii 
184.; 9S6-iii 
1 88 1 1705-ii 
187 1 957-iii 
18^ t 644-viii 

'^'^93 993-ix 
i6<;3 42 
1825 9r4-v 
1863 2055-i 
387-iii 

1S73 1669-iii 
1879 i5oS-ii 
1852 1115-vi 



A. 1837 
Ann 1825 
Ann 'S30 
Ann 1843 

B. 1846 
Blanche 1S76 

D. 1836 

E. 1877 
Emma 1S67 
Frances 1*^35 
Green 1892 
J- 1S34 
J. 1S48 

j'. 1848 

L. 1S39 

Maria 1862 

Marston iSSt 

W. 

Worthing 1S42 

Laurana 1799 

Davis 1826 

Emerson 1831 

J"',inerson 1S34 

Emerson 1S56 

Laure Estelle 1SS3 

Lauren Monroe 1871 

Larov or Lerov Luther 

1862 

S. 

Sunderland 
Sunderland 
Sunderland 
Webster 
Lavinia 



A. 

A. 

Erne line 

Laurence 

Lawrence 

Augus 
Dow 
W . 

Leah 

Lee Randall 

Lelia 

Lemuel 

Lena Ada 



1857 
1S36 
(841 
1S50 
1S37 

(1799^ 
1807 
iSii 
i8r2 

(!8i5) 
1S19 
1S27 
1S41 
1S42 
1851 
18^1 
1S83 
1829 
tus 1854 

IS43 

IS69 

(•7S4) 

i8-,t 
18S8 

1 86 J 

1 87 2 



1386-ii 

982 
9S3-V1 

822A-vi 

791-vii 
90[-iv 
1 1 59-xi 
784-ix 

'3-5-vi 
I ^3i-ii 
867-i 
2i6o-ii 
470-iii 

.S3'-'' 

1432-m 
463-iv 

£179-1 

775--'< 

550-xvi 

1063-iv 

1476-V 

425-iv 

1 209-ii 

131 i-i 

i;45-ii 

1441-ix 

495-vii 

630-vii 

432-viii 

428-iv 

433-vi 
18 [ i-v 
1^48-1 

[770-ii 
1 105-i 
1520-! 

599-' 
1 1 54-x 
1440-i 
99-v 
509- ix 

1326-i 
448-iii 
270-viii 
366-iii 

9-9-' 
468-vi 
928-! i 
591-vii 
13S01 
1 1 38-i 

99'-' 
908-ii 
1 1 38-i V 
134-viii 

994 
1582-vi 

1475-vi 
ii66-iii 
i46S-i 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORN; 



657 



Lena Belle 1S79 i~3o-i 

Leon A. 1S95 ijQ'S-v 

Eugene 1SS2 1124-i 

Hosea 1S72 iigS-ii 

J. 18S8 1416-i 

Lewis 1S76 1334-iv 

Wilfred 1S83 2160-iv 

Leona May 1S91 1666-vii 

Leonard 1807 442 

iSii 743;vlii 

Cummings iSio 1138 

Harvey 1S21 349-xv 

Leonora or Lenora 1S31 1167-vi 

1S4O I^iO-V 

Martha 
Lepha Ada 



Leslie Burnett 

Franklin 
Lester Bell 

V. 
Lettice 
Levi 



■■ Blaisdell 
C. 

Eastman 
F. 

Frank 
Hook 
Morgan 
Newell 
Page 
Thomas 
W. 
W. 

w. 

Woodbury 
Lewis (see also Louis 

1796 136-vi 



'S77 973-i' 
1S7J 2022-ii 
1S62 1466-i 
1S91 2080-i 
iSsS ro99-i 
1SS7 [853-v 
1797 164-vii 
'757 170 

1774 745 

1775 -37-i 
1777 17;^ 
17S2 44S 
17S7 165-iii 
17SS S55 
17S9 379 

(1789) 534 

1789 1326 

1790 505 

'794 595 
1795 S22A 
1S02 745-i 
(1S06) 341-11 
1809 356-iii 
181 5 8S4 
i8i6 1049 
iSiS 855-1 
1849 9-o-i 
1S08 1073 
1843 896-i 
'S20 533-iv 
1873 
1853 
1824 
1S06 
1SS3 
1S27 



'733-iu 
1 9oS-i 
1326-iv 

739 
1 3 1 1 -ii 
1 1 04 
1S36 595-'v 
1814 710 
1822 651-i 
1S24 17S-X 
1841 1073-V 



Lewis Hanipto 

J. 
L. 

Taylor 

Thomas 

W. 

Warner 
Libby 

Frances 
Lillian 



Augusta 

Belle 

Emeliiie 

Gertrude 

Rosalielle 

Llewellyn 

Loainnii Baldwin 

Loanda 

Lodema 

Lodora Ann 

J^ois 



Elliott 
H. 
Isa 
Sears 
J^ears 
Lola 

Loraine C. 

H. 

Lorenzo B. 

Dow- 
Dow 

Q- 
Loretta E. 
Lot I). 



1895 1831-i 
1S79 570-vi 
1S61 1632-i 

IS47 ^33-'r-'^''' 

1834 I3M . 

IS47 150.8-ii 

1862 977A 

1872 1138-1 j 

IS69 1028-iV ; 

1 8 59 1344-i ; 

1863 1300-iii [ 
1 1 40-v 

1 866 1826-1 
1876 1630-ii 

1873 1855-iii 
1S69 1214-ii 

^- S36-1.. 
1S47 592-vii 

'83' 954 

1835 1233-1 
(181 1 ) 4S8-V 

1S29 403-v 

(1750) 34-iii 

1769 loi-i 

(1776) ico-vii 

1779 249-i 

1807 266-iv 

18 ID 35S-X 
1804 282-vi 
1799 240-xii 
1894 907-i 
1866 900-iii 
1866 900- V 
1 882 992-v 
1832 1159-viii 
1829 546-v 
1894 2170-i 

1825 1544 
1839 1443-1 

1820 1058 

1853 1-54-ii 
1817 SS; 



Louis (see also Lewis) 

1S55 1047-ii 



Israel 
Louisa or Louise 



1040-111 

1S90 993-ix 

[797 393-ii 
1803 148-! 

1805 270-ii 

1806 645-ii 

1807 782-v 
181 1 349-xi 
1814 515-iii 
iSiS 923-v 
1830 484-xiii 
1S36 S5i-vii 
1840 1338-iv 
1S45 5S2-ix 

901-iii 

1879 •74--^ii 



1800 872 

1805 424 

1S19 548-xi B. 

833-i 

Atwood 1827 1040 E. 

C. 1839 1632 ' Hoyt 

Chester 1876 i ;48-iii L. 

Decatur 1S28 1831 Leavitt 

Durgin 1S29 1579 M. 

■• ' " . References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



Chadbourn 184S 1154-ix 
1852 1287-viii 
1843 1515-vii 
iSio 351-iii 
1898 1 901-iii 
1834 983-' 



Louisa or Louise 






Mclvina 


183^ 


37S-xi!i 


S. 


1S58 


1585-i 


W. 


1 84 1 


1431-vi 


Whitten 


1S21 


375-' 


Love or Loviiia 


1702 


lo-vi 




1726 


3Siv 




1769 


iSi-v 




1S02 


616-iii 




1S14 


357-ii 




1S22 


1167-n 




1835 


5Si-iv 


Taylor 


1S27 


465-iii 


Lovell Keach 


1848 


1135-ii 


Lovisa C. 


1830 


S6!-iii 


Lowell 


'751 


169 




1781 


444 




17S7 


171-ii 




1791 


455 




1802 


1070 




1819 


4;^-ii 




1S19 


686 


Luceba 


iSii 


1470-i 


Lucian Loveioy 


1 80S 


201-1 


Lovejov 1 


1S44) 


525-v 


W. 


1S71 


1410-vi 


Lucinda 


iSc4 


444-ii 




1S04 490-viii 




1814 


43--' 




181S 


334--^- 


Ann 


1S33 


743-'-' 


Hovt 


1S08 


794-1 


M. 


1S35 


I toS-vi 


Maria 


1827 


386-ii 


Lucius 


.S24 


1026 


Wallace 


1S67 


io26-'i 


Lucretia 


17S6 


249-v 




1S07 


593-i . 




1S80 


1960-ix 


Carter 


1S60 


1452-iii 


Josephine 


i8-,Q 


449-viii 


Lucy 


1725 


=5-i 




1748 


102-11 




1755 


62-iv 




1755 


179-iii 




1774 


S3-v:ii 




1775 


169-iii 


_ 


I77S 


107-vi 




I7S9 


i66-iv 




I79I 


476-i 




1796 


335-'i 




1797 


168-V 




I79Q 


164-viii 




I80I 


226-vii 




IS03 


513-iii 




IS23 


427-v 




IS24 


401-ix 




1827 


1529-i 


A. 


1827 


579-iii 


A. 


IS4I 


D43-x;i 


Adela 


IS47 


1559-i! 


Ames 


IS59 


i907-!i 


Ann 


1822 


150-X 


Ann 


182; 


468-1 


Ann 


1832 


551-i'.. 


Ann 


IS40 


i334-'i 



05« 


INDEX TO 


Lucy Ann 


1S44 ii-M-ii 1 


Ann 


1 140-viii 1 


Anna 


iSiS 516-ii 


B. 


1827 4S4-xii 


E. 


1S54 1465-iii 


p: 


1S67 iS53-vii 


Frances 


1S4S 1330-iii 


Frances 


1849 ' ' '5-^' 


Green 


1S06 410-i 


Helen 


1S66 iS35-iii 


Jane 


1830 iio8-iv 


L. 


1S20 454-ii 


R. 


'S13 444-vii 


Swain 


1803 782-v 


Swain 


1S05 784-1 _ 


T. 


1828 647-iii 


Luella 


1S39 38i-ii 


Hartlett 


1S14 549-ii 


E. 


1856 874-i 


G. 


1889 1490-iv 


Nancy 


1859 1532-V 1 


Luke Knowlton 


1S22 631-ii j 


Lu!a May 


1870 1559-i 


Lulu 


1884 1582-V 


Vera 


1S78 1822-iii 


J- 


1888 907-iii 


Lureta 


1S36 798-iii 


Luther 


1803 1 142 




181 1 5S4 




1S12 703 




1821 1205 




1S65 1457-V 


B. 


1829 124S 


Basford 


1S38 i8s7 


Calvin 


1S27 1675 


1). 


1841 1 106 


Edwin 


1867 1782-i 


Hanks 


1823 1125-i 


>L 


1824 550-iv 


X ^L 


1S44 584-iii _ 


Martin 


184S 1490-viii 


T. 


18 1 5 S82 


Luthera L. 


1S65 1857-iii 


Wilson 


1857 516-iv 


Lydia 


1687 5-viii 




1697 13-ii 




17 iS i8-i 




'73- 43-'ii 




1736 50-iii 




1737 107-iv 




1744 7c^i%- 




1749 62-i 




1755 IIO-X 




175S 102-V 


< 


1762 126-iv 




1775 i2C;-ii 




1767 iSo-iv 




1769 89-xi 




1769 130-iii 




1773 128-vii 




1773 290-vi 




1774 S5-V 




(•775) •33-'i' 




1777 i93-'i 




1779 192-ix 




1783 151-vi 


, 


Referenc 



AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANBORNS. 



Lvdia 



A. 

Alice 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Annette 

B. 

B. 

Dearborn 

E. 

Elizabeth 

Ellen 

Frances 

Giiman 

Jane 

"K. 

Lovering 

M. 

Olive 

Page 

Wky 
Lyford 
Lyman 

F. 

J- 
Norman 

M. Elizabeth 
G. 
, Herman 
Mabel 



Augusta 
E. 
F. 

J- 
M. 

Myrtle 
Perkins 
Taylor 
Warren 



17S6 289-xiv 

1788 249-vi 

1792 168-iii 

1795 287-iv 

1796 5u6-vi 

1797 48 5- V 

1798 509- V 
1801 532-ii 

(1S02) 315-iii 

1^03 355-'^' 
L803 741-vi 
1S04 404-iii 
1810 749-viii 

1813 479-xii 
1S18 753-i 
1818 II ^o-i 
1821 446-iv 

1825 852-iv 

1826 433-iv 
1837 587-vii 

1844 1052-i 
'^3-'^ 634- vi 

(1S37) 5-4-ii 

1845 664-iv 
1848 271-vi 
1853 1301-iii 
1815 551-vii 

1845 1129-iii 
1S45 842-iv 

1846 578-i 
1852 956-i 

Addenda 
1863 1584-ii 
1823 751-iii 

1814 722-i 
1S21 914-iv 

181 2 496-vii 
(1801) 7So-iii 

182S ii6o-ii 
1814 410-iv 
1S20 652-ii 

394-ii 

1796 905 

1813 1056 
1820 736-i 
1S41 1172-iii 
1S26 646-ix 
1866 1139-ii 



McCleary H. 

Madeline 
Madge Louise 
Madison 

AL 
Mahalah 



J- 

Major Joseph 
Malina J. 
>Linjo C 
Marah 
Marantha 
Marcelia Hulda 
Marcf Ha J. 
Marcellus 

Bartlett 
Marcia A. 

A. 

Ann 

L. 

Ward 
Marcus E. 

Manlius 
Margaret 



1874 
1S64 
1S83 
1S72 

1S73 
187^ 
1886 



1S7S 

1S73 
1S62 



200I-i 

1 1 67-v 

1S70-1 

I4;i-iii 

1860-i 

iS62-ii 

573-i 

428-1 

1 196-i 

1S54-V 

1673-iii 

i205-i:i 

1455-ii 

1412-i 

1220-V 



A. 
A. 

Belle 

Cotton 

Jane 

Marguerite 

Maria 



A. 

Drake 
E. 

i Ellen 

! Hudson 

J- 
I L. 

I Louisa 

I Louisa 

i S. 

I Marian 

\ Marianna 

j Downing 

Maria 
I Marilla 
i Mason 

1 Marion 



1S6S 
1876 
1875 

1S-5 

es are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages 



'753-'i 
i68o-iv 



Belie 

E. 

Elizabeth 

Emilv 



1893 '489-! 
1850 983-ix 
1884 1468-V 
182: 1615 
1849 '-54-i 
1804 26.S-ii 
1S07 510-viii 
1807 742-viii 
iSoS 233-ii 
1S26 916-i 
1828 923-ix 
1814 1559 

1844 1:133-' 

1366-iii 

1752 179-i 
1 834 S74-V1 

1838 1125-V 

1832 1431-ii 
18 ;2 1035- viii 
1846 736-ii 

1839 630-xii 

'S33 4991'-'' 

1838 428-vi 

1S12 520-iv 

1834 43--'^" 
1S69 1343-'^' 
1S40 591-iii 
169S lo-iv 
1738 43-'^'i 
1748 55-iii 

1751 56-i 
1775 120-vi 

1779 -'o-' 

1779 -37-ii' 

1891 1732-iii 

1833 1833-ii 

1573 ■463-xii 
1894 1770-iii 
1801 742-v 

1546 603-iii 
1888 2043-ii 
1S06 246-\-ii 
1816 453-'^' 

1165-iv 

1S6S 1410-V 
1820 1194-iii 
1831 1070-ii 
18; I ;;>xviii 
1871 1823-iv 
1854 127S-V 

1 83 1 409-iii 
1S28 1229-i 
1842 1233-iii 
1S32 660-ii 
1S72 940-ii 

ii^33 705-i 
iS;2 6oi-vi 
1S22 6oi-iv 

1835 1476-i 
i8>8 1210-V 
1839 630-xiii 

1547 926-v 
1893 20<;)3-ii 

1574 2CCO-iii 
1868 1.64 3-ii 
1S79 2140-ii 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANT.ORNS. 



659 



Marion Liiella 1SS6 

Rose 1SS5 

Williams 1.S22 

Marjor or Major Joseph 

1814 

Reuben 1S04 

Marjory Imogene 1.SS7 

Mark 1750 

1791 

{l82() 

TS47 

Marcjuanah 1S40 

Marshall 1S24 

G. 1870 

S. 1S5S 

Marshman \V. 184 1 

Marston 1862 

B. 1798 

L. 1 84 1 

Martha 1777 

17S5 

1792 

"795 
1797 
179S 
1804 
1816 
1819 
■ 1S20 
1S20 
1821 
1825 
'S35 
1S38 
1 84 1 
1848 
A. 1826 

A. 1S32 

A. r855 
Ann 1807 
Ann 1817 
Ann iS 
Ann 

Ann 1840 

Ann 1S41 

Ann Peasleei847 
Augusta 1837 

B. 1814 
Clark 1S83 
E. 1823 
E. 1S33 
E. 1847 
Ellen 1841 
Etta 1863 
G. 1S49 
Helen 1840 
Isabella 182 ; 
J. 1S21 
J. 1840 
J. 1S40 
Jane 1831 
Jane Palmeri835 
L. 1835 
L. 1859 
M. 1S36 



1228-iii 
1730-iv 
420-iii 

1559 
311-ix 
1 706-iv 
153 

567 

567-iv 

350-.\iii 

1278-11 

<>S2-ii 

876-ii 



;-n 



i8;8 



'/J3 
1410-i 
1144-V 
I loo-iii 

349-iii.. 
1070-iii 
151-iii 
240-vi 
1 53-v'" 

155-X 
496-1 
=;o7-vi 

5'3-vii 
214-XV 

493--^'.i. 

746-viii 

402-iv 

1132-i 

579-vn 

806-ii 

684-ii 

1537-iv 

558-iv 

555-vu 

896-vi 

499A-iii 

742-xiii 

877-viii 

525-ii 

1143-V1 

444-viii 

3S5-vii 

1 1 19-ii 

393->^ 

^92-iv 

820-iii 

ii88-i 

460- vii 

1527-xi 

1526-iii 

1 1 58-1 

1330-i 

149-xii 

643-iii 

658-v 

926-ii 

376-iv 

1 191 -vii 

5^3-ii 



Martha March 
Maria 
Marston 
P. 

Rebecca 
S. 

Tucke 
Virginia 
Webster 
W. 
Martin Bradford 
Eastman 

I Luther 

j Marvin G. 
Mary 



/ 



1837 ti54-iv 
1832 832-iii 
181 5 176-ix 
1829 1 499-^' 
1S72 1960-V 
1S60 1 276- vii 
181 5 253-viii 
18S4 1396-iii 
1820 780-ix 
1865 U46A-iv 
1^34 13-5-^' 
1S42 1443-'! 
1803 1245 
1829 523-ni 

1 65 1 3-ii 
1677 5-ii 
1679 S-i 

1652 ii-ii 
1690 9-i 
1695 13-i ■ 
1697 7-vi 
1713 10-xii 

1715 14-X 

1717 15-iv 

1717 41-n 

1720 2i-ii 

1724 27-v 

1725 22-v 

1726 20-\iv 

1726 23-iv 
1729 67-1 

1733 '"•57-ii 

1735 19-XU 

1736 23- vn 
1738 36-ii 

• 173^ 5--^' 
(1740) 34-1 
1 74 1 74-111 

1745 iii-vi 

1746 30-iv 

1747 113-iii 

1748 5 1 -vii 

174!^ 93;ii... 

1749 ii8-iii 
1 7 51 54-iv 

1 7 51 60- V 
1751 77-iii 
1754 61-V 
1754 SS-xii 
1757 ii6-ii 

1757 184-11 

1758 56-iv 
1760 75-i 

1760 119-vi 
i76t 65-ii 

1 761 78-iv 

1761 103-vl 

1762 114-i 

1762 303-i 

1763 136-1 
1763 iSi-i 

1763 185-1 

1764 96-iii 
JJ65 141-iii 

■'1 766 300-ili 
1767 64-i 



Marv 



I r67-viii 

References are to Gent;aIogical Numbers, not pages. 



17(^7 73-vii 
176S 187-V 
I7O8 289-iii 
1769 loo-iii 
1769 iS2-ii 

1769 29.S-i 

1770 2c6-lv 

1770 294-ii 

1771 297-iii 

1774 86-11 

1776 94- V 

1777 126-1X 

1777 157-1 

1775 144-1V 
Addenda 

177S 239-iv 

(1779) ^33-''' 

(1779) '35-11 

1779 152-1 
(17S0) 137-vll 

1780 183-lv 

1780 197-vll 
i7Sr 156-vi 

1 78 1 245-I 
17S2 145-il 
17S2 2 1 6-11 

1782 234-xil 
17S2 240-lv 

1783 131-iii 

17S4 2rK>X 

1754 471-11 

1755 2iO-iv 
1786 146-ii 

1756 1 64-i 1 

1786 176-ii 

1756 777-i 

1757 i05-vlii 

1787 326-1 
1790 3c6-ii; 

1790 4S5-II 

1791 220-v 
1791 279-il 
1791 287-11 

1 791 4S9-II 

1792 318-iv 

1792 329-iv 

1793 ="-1^1 
. 1793 304- V 

1794 169-X1 
1794 241-vni 

1794 479-i 

1795 -95-^ 111 
1795 307-i 
1795 355-^1 
179^ 495-'^' 
i79<J 759-i 
>797 i(>3-i 

1797 213-vi 

1798 256-i 

179S 333-ii 
179S 510-iv 

1799 127-X 
1799 i73-i'-i 

(1799) -73-^11 
(•799) 541-1 
1799 551-1 



h'vA 



66o 





INDEX TO 




iSoo :?52-iv 




iSoo 2So-vi 




iSoo 53 5- V 




1 80 1 2~84-ii 




1S02 405-ii 




1S04 779-i 




1S05 177-iii 1 




1S05 315-V 1 




1805 476-viii 1 




1S06 36 1 -V 




1S06 536-vii 1 




1S07 149-V 




1S07 4S2-iii 




(1807) So3-iv 




1S08 7S3-ii 




1S09 167-V 




iSio 624-ii 




1810 720-iii 




18 10 746-iv 




iSio 760-ii 




181 1 330-viii 




iSii 55j-i 




(1812) 232-vii 




. (1812) 379-1 




1S12 744-v 




1S13 735-i 




1814 322-iv 




1S14 335--^i 




18 1 4 349-xii 




18 14 4S4-'^' 




1S15 345-i 




181 5 481-ix 




1816 1470 iii 




1817 356-iv 




1S17 517-IX 




1S17 914-ii 




(181 8) 4S8-viii 




18 1 8 493-xi 




1820 401-viii 




1S23 43i-'^ii 




■ (1S25) S29-ii 




(1827) 37S-ix 




1S27 1167-iv 




182S S74-iii 




1830 S52-VU 




1830 580-iv 




1S30 924-i 




1831 1454-iii 




1842 525-vi 




1849 556-v 




1S55 955-ii 




(1838) 1056-11 
1864 1059-iii 






1S71 1756-iii 


^ 


187 1 1854-i 




1 87 2 68S-iii 




. 1S73 1S25-V 


A. 


1811 722-iv 


A. 


18 iS 432-iii 


A. 


1822 831-i 


A. 


1825 429-ii 


A. 


1825 550-v 


A. 


1S35 584-i 


A. 


1841 5S2-vii 


A. 


1S42 1526-i 


A. 


1845 1458-1 




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AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANDORNS. 



Marv A. 



A. 
A. 
A. 
A. 

Abigail 

Abigail 

Abigail 

Abigail 

Abigail 

Abigail 

Alice 

Angelina 

Ann 



Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

A n n 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

A n n 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann 

Ann G. 

Ann Maiia 

Anna 

Apphia 

Asenath 

Augusta 

Augusta Elzina 

1S34 



1S45 
1S46 
1850 
1851 
1 866 
1874 
1S20 

1-^43 
1S51 

1854 
18^; 
18^8 
1S81 
1S45 
'799 
1802 
iSii 
1811 
1S12 
1S19 
1819 
1S20 
(1S21) 
1821 
1S23 
1S23 
1823 
1S24 
1826 
1S2S 
1830 
1831 
1S32 
1832 

1S37 
183S 
■ (1S39) 
1840 
1842 
1855 



1S29 

■S35 
1875 
1S40 
1S69 

lS-,2 



1476-iv 
1276-iii 
1665-iii 
1307-iv 
202C-ii 

2044-i 
504-ii 

1 1 7 5-ii 

1 204-iii 

1443-viii 

910-iv 

1047-iii 

1396-ii 

387-vm 

3'3-ii 

224-u 

750-i 

807 -ii 

369-ix 

491-viii 

266-viii 

650! 

456-ii 

596-ii 

397-1" 

409-1 

727-iii 

626-viii 

463-i 

533-^i . 

1 192-iii 

879-i 

419-V 

63^1 

683-111 

59;-ii 
698-111 
iii6-il 

I34i-ii 
1457-iii 
837-iii 
1 1 9 1 -V 
6ovii 



Mar 



Averv 

B. 

B. 

B. 

Bailey 

Belinda 

Belinda 

l'>Ianche 

C. 

C. 

Cecilia 

Choate 

Clinton 

D. 

Dudley 

E. 

K. 



1877 
1812 
1816 
1S71 
1818 
1813 
181 7 
i8;7 
1S27 
i860 
1S82 
1788 
1S61 
1S08 
1S22 
1S26 
18 ;2 



1 57 1 -iii 
1 2oS-ii 
1395-li 
44 1 -i 

II 14-iii 

1850-iv 
7S7-viii 

77 5-ii 
1 1 38-! V 

39 5-'^' 
4S6-vi 
517-lx 
1602-1V 

4 2 2-11 
IO55-X 
lS22-il 
2 I 7-11 
I960-I 

444-v 

4;o-ii 

555-v 
583-i 



E. 

K. 

E. 

E 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

E. B. 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Eliza 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Ella 

Ella 

Eila 

Ellen 

Ellen 

Ellen 

Ellen 

Emeline 

Emerv Page 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

F. 

Farley 

Fidele 

Folsom 

Fox 

Frances 

Frances 

Frances 

Glidden 

Grace 

H. 

H. 

H. 

H. 

H. 

Harrison 

Hoyt 

Hutchlns 

Isabel 

Isora 



J- 



1534 93--iv 
1836 57S-VU 
183S 460 Iv 
1S39 1454-^^ 
18; I 880- vHi 
1S58 1548-i 
i86o i853-iv 
1862 993-viii 
1S64 1327-i 
1S51 5S9-xi 
1811 148-v 
1S15 1165-iii 
1S43 1505-iii 
1856 i;ii-li 
1824 743A-xii 
1826 693-I 
1S36 679-i 

1535 505-vii 
1 84 1 60 5- V 

1541 735-ii 

1542 6<^i4-iii 
1S4; 1526-lli 

1S47 3S5-^i 
1S49 900-vlil 

1849 1155-iv 

1850 388-iv 

1 851 4 59-'ii 

1 85 1 684-lv 
iS;4 iSio-v 
1S58 1301-V 

1569 978-il 
1872 713-X 
1S49 1178-V 

1554 1473-i 
1S57 1775-'^'' 
1S40 1532-1 

1 84; 707-1 V 
1848 1133-^'i 

1555 702-i 

1570 1379-i 
iS;i 11S9-IV 

1534 83.vii 
1834 946-1 

1535 1333-^1 
1 84 5 1604-1 

1852 127S-V 

1853 52 1 -V 

1 86 1 1099-il 
1S27 1225! 
1S03 269-i 
1S37 366-vil 
18;; 1398-11 
1S89 1672-1 
17S9 498-iii 
1876 1525-iil 
1S06 741-^ii 
1807 368-i 
1S23 549-vii 
1830 65 -iii 
1841 417-xi 

1S44 SACrS\ 

1818 2>i5-ii 
1S13 2oi-iii 
1873 148S-VI 
1856 646-iii 

1819 1158-il 



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INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY — SANBORNS. 



661 



Marv [ 



T- ( 


820) 633-i 


Mar 


y T. 


•Si 5 353-ii 1 


Mercy 


17S5 212-iii 


J. 


1S36 ii2S-ii 




w. 


1845 1152-iii 




1787 166-iii 


J- 


1S42 I ^oS-ii 




Weeks 


1836 1441-vii j 




1S03 354-viii 


J. 


1S4S 1123-V 


Mat 


Ida 


•796 393-i 1 




1S06 336-vi; 


J. 


1 8 56 1360-iv 






1814 b4i-iii ; 




1827 639-xiv 


Jane 


1S07 150-iv 






1821 796-ii 




1S41 916-iv 


Jane 


1S12 497-iv 






1832 515-ix 


Ann ( 


1S30) 1127-i 


Jane 


iSiS 352-iv 






1843 438-vi 


Woodwortl 


1878 1477-i 


Jane 


iS:o 1499-i 




A. 


i860 1370-i 


Meribah 


1721 23-ii 


Jane 


1S22 625-ii 




F. 


1868 1355-vii 


Merle Leah 


1896 907-i 


Jane 


1S29 413-ix 


Matthew 


1796 681 


Merrill 


1S20 427-iv 


Jane 


1829 742-iii 




Xeallev 


1759 497 




182 1 639-xi 


Jane 


I S3 1 u63-iii 




Xealle'v 


•799 49<'~^-viii 


Merritt G. 


1870 993-i 


Jane 


'S33 743-'^' 




Xeallev 


1S18 1 1 54 


Merton F. 


1874 993-i 


Jane 


1S40 S32-iv 




X'ealley 


1S25 i8c6 


Meshech 


1758 60- vi 


Jane 


1^4^ i334-'ii 




Xealley 


1S56 11641 ! 




1789 450 


Jane 


1844 1537-ii 




Perkins 


1792 1185 


Milan P,. 


1862 1 780-iv 


Jane 


1S47 1752-ii 




Perkins 


1796 741-iii 


Mildred 


1892 1026-ii 


Jane 


1849 908- iv 




Perkins 


(1S21) 1185-i 


Anna 


1894 1571-ii 


Jane 


1858 619-ii 


NLittie [. 


1 886 2120-iii 


Laura 


1891 1384-i 


Jane Taylor 


1816 iiC7-ii 


Mat 


tson Caleb 


1S44 1155-ii 


Millard F. 


1851 1045-vi 


Janette 


1846 i433-i 


Maud 


1877 1603-111 , 


Millicent 


1S77 57c- vi 


Jenness ( 


1807) 780-iv 




Emeline 


1 88 2 1536-i ' 


Adeie 


1869 ISio-xiii 


Johnson 


1S40 1198-! 




Esther 


iSSi 1730-ii 


Millie Alice 


1S70 1459-i: 


Judith 


1846 669-i 




Fernald 


1S77 I30I-1 


Irma 


1S74 i46.Vii 


Kimliall 


1808 645-iii 




L. 


1876 1064-i 


Minerva 


1S51 i:;30-vii 


Kingsbury 


1872 2055-iv 






Addenda 


Ann 


1834 742-iii 


L. 


I S3 5 263-li 


Maurice J. 


1859 570-ii 


E. 


1830 1431-i 


L. 


1837 1230-iv 


Maurine Estelle 


1S97 1770-iii 


Minnie 


1886 1248-1 


L. 


1S44 654-iv 


Ma^ 


' Lilian 


18S6 1135-iii 


P. 


1869 1544-vii 


L. 


1849 900-vi 


Ma^ 


•hew 


1791 323 


Grace 


1864 784-viii 


L. 


1S62 1372-ii 


Maynard E. 


iSbS 643--\i 


H. 


1859 1430-ii 


L. 


1S65 ii46A-iv 




Kav 


1S7S 1442-vi 


H. 


1 87 5 1348-iv 


Ladd 


1S09 50 1 -V 


Mehitabel or 




M. 


1870 1479-1 


Lithgow 


1S69 1683-i 


Mitta 


(I6^o) 3-iii 


P. 


i860 127S-X 


Locke 


1793 261-iv 






(177 1) "133-' 


Miranda O. 


1S29 424-ii 


Longley 


1818 427-iii 






(1773) •30-^' 


Miriam 


1764 119-viii 


Louise 


1 88 1 6S9-i 






1791 217-iii 




1764 122 


Lucy 


1S92 1903-i 






•795 757-v 




(1770) 6i-i 


M. 


1836 1516-iv 






1796 311-V 




1794 236-iv 


M. 


1839 1431-V 






179S 304-vi 




1S04 743-' ^■. 


M. 


1S54 874-i 






1800 23a-vi 




1806 335-vii 


Maria 


1832 79Chiii 






1809 35S-ix 




(1809) 3jr-iii 


Marston 


1S02 178-ii 






•Su 334-'-^ 




1S16 322-v 


Miranda 


1826 375-ii 






1S30 581-ii 




18 iS 838-: 


Morrill 


1752 59-iii 






1S36 916-iii 




1821 342-vii 


Moulton 1 


1769) 30 1 -i 




A. 


1837 ir39-i 


Dearborn 


1794 ;4^-i 


N. 


1824 420-iv 




I'.rackett 1820 1191-i 


Dearborn 


1799 74 1 -'-V 


0. 


1836 586- vi 


Me 


as Wilder 


1 82 1 373-ii 


G. 


1S37 I430-^'! 


0. 


1838 998- vi 


Me 


bourne 


1840 1526-i 


H. 


1S72 1541-iv 


P. ( 


1S24) 567-vi 


; Me 


icent 


1 806-ii 


1 Jeannette 


1854 S42-v!ii 


P. 


1S29 809-iii 


' Me 


inda 


•799 3io-'x 


1 '^'- . 


18F7 505) 


P. 


1856 1543-ii 


i 




1802 47'>vi 


; Moodv Evander 


1837 9S3-iii 


P. 


1 8 56 1907-i 


1 




•So7 349-v'i 


Morey 


1S29 991 


Pearsons 


r826 821-vi 


1 


C. 


•845 345-ix 


Moore 


1S60 2020-i 


R. 


1826 666-i 


i Me 


intha S. 


•S3- 439-ii 


Morean Allen 


1S02 1831-i 


R. 


1844 1498-1 


' Me 


issa 


1S28 796-iv 


, Morrill 


1S39 1175-i 


R. 


695-iii 


1 


H. 


1865 1360-viii 


B. 


rScg 740 


S. 


1828 5Q4-'i 


: Me 


vin 


1862 iico-iv 


1 Morrison 


(S49 1:38 vi 


S. 


1S93 i497-'i 


Me 


vina 


4-S-i 


1 L. 


1840 915-i 


Shackford 


1870 I 547-i 




Eitzland 


1S35 1147-vii 


1 Morton Emery 


1876 I53>vi 


Sherburn 


18 1 2 4io-iii 


' Me 


nhibosheih 


1663 13 


^ Franklin 


1877 962-ii 


Simpson 


1833 iioS-v 


' Mercy 


1660 3-v 


Moses 


1717 58 


Stevens 


iSi 5 490-.\i 






•753 93-' •> 




1717 89 


Susan 


1S46 1908-ii 


i 




1772 iS7-vii 




1740 181 


Swasey 


1813 514-i 






•777 i-7-viii 




1742 54-ii 




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INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY — SANUORNS. 



Moses 



C. 

Coffin 

Dalton 

Drew 

Elbridge 

G. 

Hoyt 

Hoyt 

Hovt 

K. ' 

L. 

Leavitt 

Leavitt 

Lendsley 

Manson 

N. 

Salmon 

Musette Hunt 

Myamia 

S. 

Myra Ann 
E. 

Myron Holley 

Myrtle 

Alice 
B. 

Nancy 



'74- 130 
1757 3'o 
175S 58-! V 

1766 360 

1767 168 
1771 481 

1775 ^A- 

1776 622 

1777 406 

1779 477 

1780 4ro 

17S9 3^3 
•790 37^ 
•79' 413 
1 791 480-ii 
'795 625 

1801 1334 

1802 441 
(1806) 770-vii 

1806 1 132 
1S07 918 
1S09 401-ii 

1810 668 

1811 732 ■ 
1817 870 
1S19 3:;8-.\iv 
1S22 1775 
1823 1471-V 
1S34 1132-vi 
1842 814-ix 
1S16 1665 

'^-9 1533-ii 
17S9 147 1 

1820 1193-ii 
1845 ri24-iii 
1 80S 256-iv 
■7S3 54S 

181 9 363-i 
1844 i-51-iii 
^^33 755-i 
1804 ^79 
1S22 915-i 
1824 1463 
i8;8 2174 
1865 94S-viii 
1806 548-! V 
185 1 664- vi 
1886 1331-V 
1813 369-x 
1S42 946-v 
181 6 400-i 
1857 1123-viii 

1820 631-i 
1891 1135-iii 
1S61 1668-iii 
1S76 648-ii 

•1766 124-ii 
1768 iS9-ii 
1780 298-vi 
(1781) 95-iv 
1783 loi-vii 
1 7 S3 290-ix 
1786 199-vi 
1788 2io-vi i 

I7S9 155-vii I 

Referen 



Xancv 



' A. 

i Ann 

I Ariana 

C. 
i Chute 

i Dalton 

E. 
E. 

Eastman 
' Tane 

L. 
L. 
L. 

Lovina 
M. 

Maria 
May 
Merrill 
; Narcissa 

I Nathan or Nathaniel 

I (1666) 8 

I 1702 44 I 

1 1708 69 

I '709 30 I 

I '714 33 I 

, '735 '90 ! 

'737 94 I 

'739 2i-vii i 

1746 238 

'749 49-vii I 

'749 95 ■' 

ces are to Genealogical Numbers, not 



I7S9 236-ii ^ 
17S9 261-ii 

1792 246-iii 

1793 152-viii 
1793 -' '-'V 
'793 3'4-iii 
'7';3 330-'v 
'794 3t"-ii 

('795) 2-S 
('797) 273-v 
179S 787-iii 

'799 532-' 

(iSoo) 123-viii 

i8o[ i6i-ix 

iSoi 513-ii 

1502 268-i 

'803 759-v 

1503 768-ix 
1S06 444-iv 

(1806) 483-! 
180S 719-V 

181 1 229-x 

1812 4Si-viii 
1814 552-iv 
1814 745-ii 
1S18 467-i 
1819 450-i 
1826 1430-iii 
1830 629-ix 
'S32 4S4-xii 
1S33 "67-vii 
1S35 417-X 
1S43 9^6-iii 

Sfi-iii 

1140-i 

1 84 1 SSo-iv 
1S30 1131-iv 
1851 391-iii 
1S22 876-i 

1799 '49-i 
1790 509-ii 
185 1 i23o-x 
i8^3 i'87-vii 
1808 7S8-vi 
1830 726-ii 
1S06 496-iv 
iSoS 749-vii 
181 3 789-iii 
1S20 ii66-i 
1S14 233-iv 
1827 37 --i 

187S 2I20-ii 
■S43 390-vi 
1S22 177-vii 



Natium or Nathaniel 



Collins 
j Dorman 

i Henry 

I Herrick 

Noves 
P. ' 
P. 

Perkins 
Perkins 
Piper 
Tilton 
Willard 
Xehemiah 
Nella Josephine 
Nellie 

Grant 
S. 
M. 
Nelson 

Porter 
S. 

Willard 
Nestor Houghton 
Houghton 
Nettie 

M. 

Marcelia 
Newell 



Alfred 
Newhall 
Newman Day 
Newton 

Charles 
Nin.-i M. 

Maud 
Noah 



'757 99 
I76;S 104-vi 
176S 32,1 
1 77 1 128-V 
'777 G17 
1791 521 

'795 -64 
1801 666 
1S02 4991: 
1807 785-iii 
1810 453-ii 
18 1 5 484- vi 
1817 643-i 
1820 4S4-viii 
1S22 ii46A-iii 
1S25 1206 
1836 877-ix 
1S40 863-ii 
Ambrose 1790 S30 
Hatchelder 1S21 656 
Chase 1837 1496-iii 

'831 63^-iii 
1806 495-viii 
1S39 499R-iv 
1818 1452 
1S05 "74 
1S04 316-ii 
1827 663-ii 
1844 1045-iii 
1S25 1212 
1S93 I2i2-;ii 
1799 800 
1795 "46A 
1859 I2r2-iii 
1778 -So 
1S51 3S5-viii 

1063-viii 

i860 1026-i 

S38-vi 

1SS3 64S-iii 
1844 885-1 



1825 1125-ii 
^^33 760-x 
1846 1730 
1816 6oi-i 

6oi-i 

1877 i96o-vii 
18S3 64S-ii 
1S59 1770! 
1779 loi-vi 

'779 407 
I "8 1 248-iii 
17S9 454 
I So 5 694 
iSio 646-ii 
1814 -04 
187S 1414-ii 
1799 147-iv 

'S33 4^'-X 
1847 853-iii 
18S9 r2CO-i 
1S86 1475-ix 
1S84 1 1 24-i 
1761 tj7 
'792 374 



pages. 



IXDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY — SANBORNS. 



663 



Noah 


1S38 2023 


Orrin or Oren C. 


1870 1334-i 


Peter 


(17G7) 


275 


G. 


1S39 'i53-'v 


Cheney 


1865 1710-iii 




(•772) 


134-11 


J. 


1S08 768-xi 


Curry 


1840 i5S4-ii 




1772 


350 


Robinson 


1S29 (j65-iii 


N. 


1866 1384-111 1 




1772 


6i5.\ 


W. 


1S16 71 t 


0. 


1S47 706-ix ! 




"779 


131-i 


Warren 


1S29 955 


R. 


1819 349--xiv i 




1 78 1 


370 


Noel Byron 


1S40 1759 


S. 


1828 409-ii 1 




17S1 


639 


Nona Leslie 


1 88 1 962-iv 


Orrissa Helen 


183S 9co-iv j 




17S4 


628 


M. 


1876 iS57-vii 


Orville Burleigh 


1S55 2121 ■ 




1790 432 


Nora Lena 


1859 i2o6-ii 


Scott 


1 84 1 439-v 1 




1790 


•325 


Norman T. 


1 84 1 1139-ii 


Oscar 


1836 i960 1 




1794 


375 


W. 


1 87 6 1475-vii 


Jonathan 


1S67 1960-ii i 




(1793) 


716 


Walker 


1 886 1543-i 


Page 


1843 1204-ii 




1797 


'327 






R. 


iS6o S70-viii j 




(179S) 


346 


Obadiah 


176S 614 


Oss;ood 


(1826) 446-vii I 


. '' 


iSoi 


754 




1775 ^-3 


Otis 


1816 552-v 




1S02 


150-ii 




1S05 623-iii 


F. 


1S35 1250-iii 




iSc'6 639-iii 


Odell Batchelder 


1840 704 


Scott 


1841 387-vi 1 




1S08 


90S 


Olive 


1781 155-iv 
17S3 95-v 


Stackpole 


1S41 1753 




1811 
1S22 


334-v:ii 
776-v 




1 78 5 244-iv 


Page 


179S 11S9 




1 8 53 


9cS-v 




17S9 76S-i 


Pamela or Pame 


ia 


Bowdoin 


1S3S 


9S0 




1S07 258-111 


or Permilia 


iSio 629-i 


Elkins 


1796 


iiSS 




1S21 484-ix 




1S23 533-v 


F. 


1849 


114S-V 




1826 577-vi 




1832 1132-V 


Fifield 


iSio 


949 




1842 426-iii 




1S53 4-6-vui 


Hale 


1826 


89S 


A. 


1842 1275-i 




1S55 1775-V 


Morrill 


1S29 432-vii 


Adelaide 


1S90 2000-iii 




436-ii 


Warren 


1S39 434-vi 


Ann 


1S21 408-iii 


Parker 


1792 i6i-iv 


Phebe 


1703 


14-v 


Ann 


1S36 75vii 




(179S) S57 




1706 


20-iii 


Ann 


1845 1133-V 




1S02 660 




•_ 1725 


41-vi 


E. 


1870 i3S4-iv 


Edwin 


1846 1127-iv 




1725 


66-i 


Elvira 


1S53 656-iii 


P. 


1S60 i3'jo-vi 




1736 


22-x 


Esther 


1S30 666-iii 


Patience 


1769 121-V 




1765 


i28-ii 


G. 


1S60 1465-vi 




{1769) 128-iv 


"" 


1-66 


192-ii 


T. 


1S21 505-iii 


A. 


1S49 S73-vi 




1769 


63-viii 


Oliver 


1794 252-ii 


E. 


1S38 753-'^''i' 




(1771) 


59-viii 




1803 619 


Patty 


(1744) 34-ii 


- 


1774 


182-v 




(r823) 380-11 


Paul 


1715 51 




178; 


172-ii 




(1S25) «o3-ii 




1752 135 




1794 


161-V 


^ 


752-ii 




1760 321 




1799 


246-vi 


G. 


183S 1526-i 




1777 135-' 




1799 


536-iii 


Johnson 


1S40 441-iii 




1S24 345-iy 




1809 


h--"-- 


L. 


1S35 653-ii 




1832 577-^''ii 




181 1 


479--V1 


Laniprev 


I '^33 739-1 


Fitch 


1S93 977A-ii 




1812 


33^'^-^ 


Lyford ' 


1S07 605 


Henry 


1S64 1543-V 


. 


1S14 


535-xi 


Lyford 


1S45 605-vi 


Hoitt' 


1895 1579-i 




1S16 


435-^" 


P. 


1S49 1551 


Julian 


1855 1278-vii 




1S17 


177-vi 


Onissa T. 


1S35 706-iv 


Paulina 


1S21 52i-;v 


' 


1S20 


432-iv 


Ophar 


1S41 73'-'x.. 


Peace 


1804 145-xi 




1S20 


753-'i 


Ora Mav 


1S67 1202-iii 


Percy 


1S69 1043-i 




1S25 


402-v; 


Oramel W. . 


1876 i86o-ii 


i ' A. 


1S49 755-'^' 




1S25 


62c^vii 


Oresa 


1S32 1530-i 


1 Perita 


1305-11 


i 


1S51 


924-ix 




1S38 900-iv 


1 Perkins 


1793 45^ 


A 


'?3^ 


325-''! 


Orestes I!. 


1845 2170 


' Perley A. 


1S63 1310-iii 


' Ann 


1S2S 


666- ii 


Origen Orlando 


1822 ii66-ii 


1 L. 


1S51 2040 


i Ann 


1S29 449-iii 


Orilla 


1841 i6oo-iv 


1 Putnam 


1861 1645-i 


Ann 




670-ii 


Orlando I'.agley 


1799 756 


1 Persis 


1S03 499^-1 


E. 


1S36 


1231-iv 


Orman Morrill 


1-^74 73^>^' 


1 Peter 


16S9 18 


i Ellen 


(1835) 


r 1 27-ii 


Ormand P. 


1063-ii 


', 


1713 52 


1 Etta 


iSoi 


IC40-1X 


Orpha Elvira 


1828 1 166 




I 73 I 19 X 


Hodges 


1842 


590-iv 


Orrin or Oren 


'^33 403-vii 




174S 138 


i s. 


1S4I 


r2^o-vii 




901-ii 




1751 165 


i ^- .„ 




1228-iv 


A. 


1851 i66i-i 




1752 240 


1 Philena Morrill 


1S32 


45C-V 


C. 


'^44 995-' 




1766 149 


1 Philip A. 


1S37 


644-'- 


C. 


1857 656-iv 


1 


1766 4S5 


1 Colder 


1893 


I7c;-iv 




Re fere 


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664 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY SANEORNS. 



Philip Jeremiah 

Osgood 
Phil lira W. 
Phiiieas 



Glover 
piccolomini 
pierce 
piper 

Pliny Fiske 
Plumnier 

W. 
Praxa 
Priscilla 



Mavhew 



670-i 

1809 107 1 

1809 jSg-i 
1747 235 
I7s6 ii2-ii 

(1768) 34S 

1774 616 

17S4 371 
1S19 1532 
1S60 1831-iv 

17^3 435 

1810 Soi 

1820 388 
(iSco) 85S 

1821 :^47-i 
iSiS 483- vi 
1741 Sg-ii 
1744 49-iv 
176S 293-vi 

. 1772 239-i 

1775 127-V11 
1777 237-ii 
1779 ^jS-iii 
17S4 153-iv 
17S6 303-viii 
1S17 620vi 
1828 421-iv 



W. 



Rachel 



Prudence \\'inchester 

I S3 5 1194-XU 

Quincy Locke 1S82 1397-iii 

Quintus Columbus 1S24 907 
1S64 907-ii 

1695 i2-vi 
iCrjS 8-iii 
1 70S 13-vii 
17 1 9 19-iii 
1736 G6-vi 
174S 60-iv 
1762 62-vii 

1765 293-iv 

1766 65-iv 
1766 190-iii 
1768 120-iii 
176S 127-iv 
1 77 1 S3-vii 
1782 94-viii 

. 17S9 169-ix 

■ 1789 227-ii 

1791 229-ii 

1795 335-i 
I79<J 3'4-iv 

'799 6i6-ii 

(iSoi) I3vix 

(1S03) 3r5-iv 

iSio 620-ii 

1S21 553-v _ 

1 8 54 9(jo-vii 

1854 900-ix 

1894 1309-i 

1892 2000-iii 

1 87 1 1465-xi 

1890 i8rx)-vi 

1838 8So-ii 

1894 1655-iv 



Ralph 



O. 

o. 

Carleton 

E. 

E. 

PL 

Lyford 



Ralph R. 

Roscoe 

S. 

Sherburn 
Ransom 
Rav 

L. 
Raymond Parker 
Rebecca 



Dustin 

F. 

Judkins 

Newell 

R. 

Story 
j Ret^inald Ware 
1 Renet 
I Rennie Pell 
Reuben 



1S73 1053-ii 
1S79 578-vii 
1 88 5 1293-ii 
1882 1863-iv 
1S14 1525 
1S90 1282-ii 
1886 1064-iv 
1S84 1864-iii 
1718 27-iii 
r747 iio-vii 
1763 91-vi 
(1770) 134-i 
1777 I21-Vi 
1786 245-iii 
1 791 169-X 

1794 310-vii 

1795 251-iii 
(1S02) 274-v 

1503 214-ix 

1504 2So-viii 
180S 493-vii 
1S13 So7-iii 
1S23 427-vi 
1824 559ii 
1830 1230-iii 
1824 546-iii 
1804 147-vii 
1818 444-ix 
1835 984-i 



Rhod: 



Collins 

Philbrick 

W. 



1S15 443-\'> 

1S14 492-viii 

'%3 i577-iv 

1825 402-vii 

1867 2022-i 

1692 22 

1699 43 

17^3 76 
^ 1728 119 

1754 241 

1761 222 

1769 3^3 

1773 232 

1778 356 
(17S0) 209-i 

1784 922 

1785 236-i 

1790 633 

1 79 1 239-viii 

1794 31--" 
Addenda 

1797 354-vi 

1795 586 
1803 556 
181 5 342-v 
1S23 579-ii 

1526 877-iv 

1527 1606 
1S52 5^6-vi 
1S31 634-iv 
1S17 1210 

(1S14) 632-i 
1749 63-ii 
1767 293-v 
1769 114-V 
17S7 lOO-X 

(1796) 329-vi 



Rhoda 



Elizabeth 

M. 
Rhodolphus H. 
Richard 




Robert 



Almon 

D. 

Freeman 

Hariison 

Jenness 

M. 

P. 

P. 

S. 

S. 

Sherburn 



A. 

Alden 

Cooke 

Foster 

Hunkins 

Pierce 

Ross 

Wilev 

Rodman Wilcox 

Roland Rufus 

Rooxby 

Rosa H. 

F. R. 

Rosalia 

Rosalie ^L1rie 

Rosan 

Rosanna 

Roscoe Conkling 



1797 I 70- VI 

(179S) 216-ix 

1523 558-11 

1829 914-vi 
1826 464-i 

'843 9i5-'^''' 
1S37 846 
1655 6 
1693 27 
1705 12-x 
1708 68 

1736 1S7 

1737 9^ 

1755 '55 

1759 246 

(1762) iSS-iii 

1769 162 

1777 443 

1778 645 
17S4 189-V 

1796 643 

1797 634 
iSoo 496-ii 
1S06 401 -i 
181 1 1072 
1815 669 
1S37 643-x 
1848 1072-ii 
1S26 4i9-iii 

1524 1348 

1830 !070-i 
1815 910 

I S3 5 1163-iv 
1S17 1158-i 
1833 1177-i 

1S43 57r-i'i 
1S50 885-111 
e 1S72 1379-ii 
1762 318 
1799 832 
iSoi 635 
1S06 >;7 
1S12 1330 
1819 851-1 
1S22 419-i 
1830 560 V 

1559 i6o4-v 
1S84 1044-ii 
1S05 342-i 
1S77 895-iv 

1560 1686 

1793 419 
1847 1331-1 
1S91 I79r-iii 
1799 214-vii 
I S3 5 1043 
1822 iSio 
1S93 1496-iv 
rSiS 727-i 
1S64 1361-ii 
1857 949-v 
1827 1516-i 
1849 488-iv 
1830 jor-xi 
1836 ii6o-vi 
1873 669-ii 



References are to Genealogical Xumbers. not pages. 



INDEX TO 


AMERICAN GENEALOGY s 


ANBORNS 


Roscoe Enoch 


S3- 


434-iv 


Ruth Ellen 




1040-iii 


Sarah 


Rose A. 


S39 


;6r-ii 




Frances 


1SS9 


i39S.iv 




R. 


[868 


iS57-v 




Grace 


1865 


i2;;-ii 




Rosetta Jane 


S2S 


6i2-ii 




Jane 


.842 


I ! 78-ii 




R. 


•^37 


561-i 




Maria 


1817 


639-ix 




Rosilla 


825 


625-iii 




Marion 


1S98 


1903-iii 






[804 


307-vi 




0. 


r8i8 


775-iil 




Rosina 


810 


743A-vni 




Paine 


1790 


I 53-vii 






15^37 


i6oo-ii 




Paine Goodwin 






Roswell 


S37 


II20vi 






1818 


4GO-ii 




Cilley 


S38 


1055-iii 




R. L. 


1812 


767-i 




Roxana 


1S17 
[819 


401-vi 
1326-ii 




Teniperance 


1S34 


449-vi 




Rov E. 




1327-i 


S. 


Florence 


1S73 


1869-11 




Royal 


S33 


877-vii 




Vina 


1S6:; 


1258-i 




Rovdon W. 


SS6 


1078-i 


Sa 


brina ( 


1810") 


770-x 




Ruby ]!elle 


892 


1475-vii 




s. 


1S16 


13^3-ii 




Rufus 


[784 


431 


St 


John P5enjamin 


iSlQ 


7'3-'i 






rSoi 


93- 


Sa 


ina Anne 


1S49 


993-i'i 






1S09 


513-V 




Huntington 


182I 


400-iv 




r rrz-. - 


1S09 


1 161 


Salma Ellen 


i8;4 


619-i 






1827 


1526-ix 


Salmon H. 


i8r2 


664 




Chandler 


[813 


596-i 


Samuel 


1694 


37 




E. 


1847 


65S-y 






1730 


104 




H. 


[814 


405-iv 






1755 


278 




Henry 


1850 


SiS-iv 






1757 


220 




N. 


1818 


1046 






1762 


-73 




N. 


1S40 


1045-i 






1770 


308-ii 




Slocum 


t8i8 


818 






1770 


510 




W. 


1831 


559-vi 






1773 


294-iii 




Ruhamah Stevens 


iSiS 


370111 






1777 


270 




V. 


S55 


950-iv 






1783 


453 




Rupert 




So5-ii 






17S4 


378 




Russell F. 


Soo 


3S2 






1785 


647 




Warren 


1862 


i666-vi 






1787 


1,^6-viii 




Ruth 


16S4 


6-iii 




( 


179') 


714 






17 1 5 


3c^v 






1796 


580 






1719 


20-x 






iSoi 


803-ii 






1735 


45-iv 






1S07 


9-5 


■ 




1740 


71-iv 






1816 


708 






1744 


107-vii 




( 


1823) 


378-vii 






1756 


126-i 






1835 


1148-ii 






1763 


234-ii 




Adams 


I76<; 


61S 






1775 


290-vii 




B. 


1852 


1153-iii 






177S 


i9S-iii 




Burleigh 


1812 


493--viii 






177S 


199-ii 




C. 


1827 


776-iv 






1783 


197-ix 




Drake 


1754 


45-iv 






17S6 


2IO-V 




Everett 


1S70 


2022-ii 






1790 


506-iii 




F. 


1849 896-iv 


- 




1793 


32S-iv 




Gil man 


17S7 


447 






1797 


145-viii 




Greenleaf 


1S09 


405-iii 






1797 


508-v 




H. 


^^33 


405-iii 






1805 


256-iii 




L. 


1799 


576 






1S05 


615-V 




L. 




925-111 






1813 


501-vii 




P. 


1S06 


4>9 




- 


1828 


1171-i 




R. 


1870 


1669-i 






1S33 


73 '-^i 




Roby 


179' 


1163 






1892 


1 150-i 




Robv 


1823 


1805 








121S-V 




S. 


1792 


85- 




A. 


1S35 


999-ii 




S. 


1863 


i8;7-ii 




A. 


1S45 548-li 




T 


1S22 


v^-i 




Alden 


1897 


1309-n 




Wallace 


1826 814-1 




Ann 


1S27 


515-viii 


Sarah 


i6;i 


4-i_ 




B. 


184 1 


1258-ii 






1667 


3-viii 




C. 


1891 


2 1 20-v 






1679 


5-iii 




Dyer 


1S57 


1637-iii 






1 686 


r2-iii 








Refcret 


ces 


are to Genealogical Numbers, nc 


t pages. 



66^ 



I69J 


9-iii 


1699 


13-iii 


1708 


lo-ix 


I7'4 


20-viii 


r --> r 


15-v. 


1/ _i 


1721 


22-iii 


1723 


38-ii 


1727 


17-viii 


173- 


2i-vi 


1734 


43-'^' 


'739 


47-iv 


1739 


70-ii 


1742 


;2-vii 


1745 


6^x 


'747 


49-vi 


'747 


53-vi 


1747 


63-i 


'749 


lll-vi:i 


'754 


76-vi 


1755 


3-^-iX 


'755 


81-111 


1755 


ii6-i 


'755 


119-iii 


1760 


i2i-i 


1761 


55-viii 


1762 


73-'^' 


1763 


103-vii 


(176^) 


78- vi 


1764 


142-iv 


1764 


234-iii 


(176;) 


1 02-ix 


1765 


1S4-V 


1766 


1 26-vi 


('767) 


130-ii 


1768 


179-X 


176S 


187-iv 


1768 


2C^iii 


1769 


183-1 


1770 


c^vii 


1770 


96-v 


1770 


104-vii 


1771 


1 24-iii 


1772 


141-vi 


1773 


197-V 


1772 


302-iii 


1773 


89-xiiI 


1773 


239-'i 


(1774) 


1 37-1 v 


1776 


191-ii 


1776 


199-i 


(1777) 


i2S-ix 


'779 


140-i 


'779 


'53-' 


1779 


i86-iv 


1780 


310-i 


17S2 


294- VI 


1783 


'93-^- 


17S4 


194-U1 


1784 


293-xiii 


1784 


30411 


17S5 


95- vi 


T-Q- 


204-iii 


I/-3 


(1785) 


205iv 


(78^ 


24:-;v 


I-S6 


214-i 


(1787) 


^35''''' 



666 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY — SANBORNS. 



Sarah 



I7S7 


i6i-i 


I7S7 


3oS-vii 


I7SS 


i3(^x , 


I7SS 


777-ii 


I7S9 


loo-xi 


I7S9 


287-1 


1789 


358-iu 


('790) 


215-ii 


1790 


220-iv 


1790 


222-ii 


1790 


236-iii 


1790 


244-vi 


(>79--) 


209-vi 


(•793) 


123-iv 


1793 


i97-.\iv 


1793 


210-viii 


1793 


216-vii 


1793 


349-i 


1793 


757-iv 


1794 


330^ 


1796 4So-iv 


1797 


167-1 


1797 


229-v 


1797 


255-1 


1797 


277-vi 


1797 


780-i 


(1797) 


780-ii 


179S 


162-V 


179S 


176-vii 


179S 


22I-vi 


179-8 


227-V 


1798 


7S6-ii 


1799 


170-vii 


1799 


762-i 


1800 


200-ii 


1800 


35511 


iSoo 


4S9-V1 


1800 


759-iii 


iSoo 80 vi 


1801 


256-ii 


1801 


307-iv 


1801 


548-1 


1802 


175-ii 


(1S02) 


232-11 


1802 


2So-vii 


1802 


359-v 


1802 


47 5-' X 


1803 


491-1V 


1803 


787-v 


1804 


369-iv 


■"1S04 406-ii 


1804 


493-v 


1S04 


501-il 


1805 


484-il 


1806 


268-111 


1806 


333-vi 


1806 


788-v 


1809 


y^^-^' .. 


1S09 


536-vi!i 


1811 


37S-I 


1811 


431-iii 


1S12 


503-iii 


18 1 3 


1470-11 


1S14 


318-viii 


(1814) 


379-'! 


iSis 


8;o-iv 



Sarah 



References are 





181S 1526-iv 


Sarah E. 


184I 


713-1X 




1819 515-V 


E. 


.842 


999-iv 




1S19 521-iii 


E. 


1S44 


1496-V 




1822 7S5-viii 


E. 


1845 


1478-1 


' 


1823 807- vi 


E. 


1S47 


655-111 




1826 361-iii 


E. 


1830 


928-i 




1S26 640-li 


E. 


1S51 


345--^' 




i''^-9 577-'^'i' 


Elizabeth 


iSi- 


5GC-I 




1832 233-vii 


Elizabeth 


1S23 


;97-iii 




'S37 i235-vi 


Elizabeth 


1828 


375-'ii 




(1S40) 525-iv 


Elizabeth 


1859 


1432-u 




1841 726V 


Elizabeth H 


oughton 




1842 1533-viii 




1820 


6ci-iii 




■843 731--'" 


Elizabeth Rand 






1S43 1045-ii 




1S27 


37 4-1 V 




1845 590- vi 


Ella 


1865 


1463-1 




1S49 1484-11 


Ellen 


1844 


1822I 




186S 1047-V 


Emily 


184; 


842-111 




18S9 1248-i 


Emily 


1 865 


iS3vi 




12S2-1 


F. 


1825 


434-j 


A. 


1817 224-viii 


Fox 


1875 


1 53^1 


A. 


1S19 568-iii 


Frances 


1839 


694-iil 


A. 


182S 466-iii 


Frances 


1842 


1142-vi 


A. 


1828 91 5-1 V 


Frances 


1843 


949-i 


A. 


1S33 422-v 


Frances 


1845 


900- V 


A. 


1836 635-v 


Frances 


1845 


900-vli 


A. 


1842 S62 vi 


Freese 


1850 


I ^77-1 


A. 


1857 873-ix 


H. 


1S17 


626-vi 


Abigail 


1848 1073-vii 


Hayes 


1 87 3 


i-Si-ii 


Almanda 


1858 956-iv 


Isabella 


1838 


464-iv 




Addf-nda 


J- 


1815 


502-ill 


Amanda 


1S22 ii2S-iv 


J- 


1S28 


347-vi 


Ann 


1797 230-v 


J- 


1829 


ioo8-i 


Ann 


1S05 49--i^' 


J- 


1S30 


851-vi 


Ann 


1819 751-ii 


J- 


1836 


;82-v 


Ann 


1S32 1250-11 


h 


1840 984-111 


Ann 


1827 415-li 


J- 


1S4S 


1604-11 


Ann 


1S28 7;2-vii 


Jane 


1S25 


45c-iii 


Ann 


1832 1535-ii 


Jane 


1S26 


1493-V 


Ann 


^^3^^ 553-'i 


Jane 


1S27 


549-ix 


Ann 


1836 863-i 


Jane 


1828 


1226-i 


Ann 


1838 869-i 


Jane 


1833 


666-iv 


Ann 


1S41 i6oi-iv 


fane 


1835 


73^vi 


Augusta 


1837 8ii-vi 


Jane 


iS;o 


1 145-i 


B 


1816 368-iv 


Josephine 


1867 


1 204-li 


B. 


1S07 331-iv 


Kenney 




837-1 


B. 


1824 1185-iil 


Knight 


1S20 


838-11 


B. 


1833 423-1. 


L. 


iSoi 


223-iv 


Batchelder 


1828 1527-iv 


L. 


1841 


707-u 


B. C. 


1S40 946-iv 


L. 


1S48 


1046-111 


Belle 


(1830) 552A-vii 


Lewis 


1840 


6Soiv 


Belle 


1S47 1052-iii 


Louisa 


1850 


1493-i'i 


Brodhead 


1845 2000-ii 


i Lvford 


181; 


353-1 _ 


C. 


1816 313-X 


M. 


1S22 


555-"i 


C. 


1820 420-ii 


! M. 


1S29 


57C»-iv 


c. 


1475-iii 


i ^L 


183S 


876-viii 


Chase 


1810 311-xl 


' M. 


1S48 


447-v 


Clarke 


1839 1441-viii 


M. 


1 886 


Q7 vl 


Cobb 


1870 1285-I 


Maud 


1896 


'3^7-i 


D. 


18 10 322-I 


1 0. 


1838 


670-iii 


D. 


1824 542-iii 


! Or villa 


1S60 


i5no-ii 


D. 


1838 I473iv 


' P. 


1S38 


iiSS-iv 


Dimond 


1804 720-i 


Parker 


1S67 


1826-11 


E. 


1808 741-viii 


\ Pauline 


1S32 


iiiS-v 


E. 


1815 351-v 


Priscilla 


i8;i 


i33>-''i 


E. 


1838 584-ii 


1 Roby 


1788 


497 -'i 


to Genealo 


gical Numbers, n 


ot pages. 







•1 /. 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY — SANBORNS. 



667 



Sarah S. 
S. 
S. 

Shaw 

Smith 

Taylor 

Tucker 

W. 

Winifred 

Sarepta Jane 

Sargent 

Selura Hinds 

Seraphina S. 

Seth 

J- 
Sewell 



L. 

Shadrach 

Sheffield Shumway 
Shepard J. 
Sherburn or Sherb 



Sawyer 
Tilton 
Sherman Davis 

Ilammon 
Harris 
Shuah 
Shubael 



Sidney 

Frank 
S. 

Sumner 
Silas 
A. 

Moores 
Simeon 



181 1 444-vi 
1S14 775-i 
1 1 ;S-iii 



Simon 



1828 1560 
1839 1556 
1S26 Sii-i 
1S57 Si3-i 

1774 779 
1796 550 
1817 



S. 
T. W 



Simon 



1S21 ii5S-iii I Chester 

1797 292-! Chester 

1807 248-i.\ Dearborn 

181 1 20i-ii Merrill 

1 83 1 750-x Rowe 

1819 505-ii 

1 87 1 1566-i Smith 
1S42 651-vi 
1766 2 58 

1836 693-vi Batchelder 

1814 372-i Batchelder 

1796 135-vi Daniel 

1818 9S5 S. 

1824 1470-vi S. 

'79' 3^H ' Solomon 

'79^ 594 
I So I 924 j. 

1808 334-vii i 
I So I 1516 

1872 iiii4-ii Hewes 

1800 86 I Solon 

urne Shumway 

1744 237 ! Sophia 

1756 211 
17S0 545 
17S2 620 
1814 <;4S-ix 

1834 1S62 
1821 i2;3 
iSio 662 
1870 1560-iv 

di857 94S-V 
1895 1904-i 

1 7 51 53-viii 
1694 21 I 

I7'7 74 
1764 535 

i8c2 535-vi I 

1835 1232-ii I 
1840 i6(i9 j 
1S47 705-v_ I 
1S36 SoS-viii I 
1872 1560-vi ; 

I79S 67'5 ; 

1S20 626-vii I 
1S34 505-vi I 

175- '3' I 

1759 164 I 

(17S0) 134-VI i 

1793 5^- 1 

1826 1634 i 

1S31 4-9V 1 1^- 

1835 675-iii • Chase 

1634-viii Chase 

1S05 749 vi Chase 

1S05 257-v Colcord 

1736 300 1 I Frank 

1753 309 ! (*• . 

1757 208 i Hunkms 

1776 783 M. 

17S0 120-viii Morse 

17S2 S06 Paul 

(1794) 811 Richard 

1824 S24 Smith 

References are to Genealogical Xumber 



Sophronia 



Wood 
Stedman 
Stella Veasey 
Stephen 



Simpson Ebenezer 1S21 990 

1795 '--9 ; 

1801 916 ! 
1818 S67 ■ 
1S16 1526-iii 

•859 •537-i-'' 
1854 864-vii 
1847 1233-iv 
1854 1045-vii 
(1767) i2S-iii 
176S 771 

(1799) 770-'ii , 
iSoo 1493 
1S19 834 j 

1S02 825 I 

1824 514-iii 
1830 1114-ii 

(17S5) 99-ii 
•794 4S51V 
1S12 253-vii 

1826 1454-i 
1799 479-' V I 

1802 490-vii j 
1807 200-v 1 

(1S24) 379-vii i 

1S43 356-"! 

1827 731-1V 
1 888 i6So-ii . 
1624 4 I 
1671 14 ; 
1694 45 
1749 6i-ii 

1 77 1 136-iv 

1772 2^7 
1777 4^4 
1783 427 
'794 3-7-v 
1796 349-" 

(1796) 7'7 
1796 1131 
179S S36 
1S04 873 
1807 4So-vii 
1812 502-i 

1812 553-ii 
1824 1130-iv 
1S23 838-iv 
iSio 1520 
1S23 1460 
1 8 50 1460-1 
1815 914-i 
1834 665-iv 

i!^45 873-'^' 

1S49 119S-V 

1824 1293 

1813 9S6 
iS;i !i40-vii 
1S47 ('.'V^-ii 
1811 639-vi 



Stevens 



Stillman 
Sulvilyer Harris 
Sumner 1'. 
R. 
Susanna or Susan 



Amanda 

Augusta 

Augusta 

B. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

C. 

E. 

E. 

E. 

Josephine 

T. 

C. 

Dolbee 

E. 



1 7 58 54-i 

'77' 3^7 
1S06 945 
1827 4'7-vii 
1819 1317 
1839 1600-iii 
1 83 1 4aS-v 
1704 9-viii 
1 7 28 25-iii 
1741 60-i 
1745 76-i 
1753 62-iii 

1763 Si-vii 
(1763) 129-vi 

1764 S3-UI 

1 77 1 184-viii 
1781 131-ii 
1783 152-iii 
17S5 iq2-xii 
1785 237-v 
'787 354-1 

(1789) 32S-ii 

(1790) 2CK9-V 
1794 222-iv 
1794 246-iv 
1796 161 -vi 
1796 217-V 
1799 i66-ix 

"1806 76S-X 
iSii 78 5- V 
181 1 8oS-i 
1816 8G7-iv 
1822 753-iii 
1S32 1234-vi 
1836 So('A - 
1S52 1558-vi 

(1S60) 1056-111 
1874 i54&-iii 

7oS-vii 

I200-iv 

1S04 223-v 
1S06 332-iii 
iSii 8oS-i 

1S15 395-'>' 
1S15 396-ii 

'817 533-' >i 
1S19 402-iii 

(1S19) 45^-'- 
1S21 224-ix 
1S6S 57C-V 
1842 8iS-i 
1827 797-i 
1S52 02I-i 
1867 12-S-xiii 
1S23 1184-11 

(182;! riSvii 

1530 1533-iii 
1832 rt4;-n 

1531 rifjvvii 
[840 895-1 
1854 915-i 
1S45 9c"S-i'i 
1 8^6 1276-vi 
1S40 -i-^^'-v 
i>:; .:D-\ii 
i.v'i4 570-vi 



not pages. 



^i-rl 



y.: 



Ot)« 


INDEX TO 


AMI-: 


RICAX GEXKALOGY — 


SANBORN'S. 




Susan Elvira 


1S49 ^90-vii 


Thomas 


1443-'^' 


T 


rue P.. 


182 1 36S-iv 


Emma 


1S37 684-vi 






A. 


1837 1276-viii 




Glidden 


I 80S r249 


Gardner 


llSib 422-vi 






Chellis 


1817 732-i 




H. 


1S29 1 182 


X. 


1S40 54S-iv , 






D. 


1S36 1431-iv 


T 


rueman 


181 1 764-v 


P. 


iS-i 433-i' 






Edwin 


1862 1638-1! 


T 


ryphena 


1782 133-iii 


R. 


1S41 576-vii 






G. 


1803 [431 






1785 182-x 


Smith 


183^ 6So-ii 






G. 


1840 1131-vii 








Tucke 


1S07 i7S-iv- 






Haskell 


1792 810 


U 


pham Treat 


1S33 1603-iii 


Sybii 


1S49 '634-iii 






Haven 


1839 3S(>v 


U 


rsula 


7iS-ix 


F. 


iS-3 433-i'' 






I. 


1812 1201 




A. 


1830 773-ix 


Sylvanus 


iSiS 535-xii 






}• 


^^33 633-i 










1S43 9-4-vi 






Jefferson 


1803 1 1 96 


V 


alentine T. 


1 83 1 463-iii 


Sylvester 


1S29 550-viii 






Jefferson 


1803 604 


V 


arnuni Corliss 


1879 136611 




1839 1149-iii 






Jefferson 


1S08 460 


\' 


ernie Viola 


1890 907-i 




878-iii 






Jefferson 


1820 8io-ii 


\" 


ernf)n A. 


1881 1277-v 


1'.. 


1842 1525-iii 






Jefferson 


1836 730-xii 


\' 


erona 


1824 49 1 -X 


Sylvia 


1797 326 V 






L. 


1S02 1434 


\' 


ann A. 


1S41 790 vi 




1824 429i 






Lancaster 


1S36 1 21 3 


\' 


ictor Channing 


1S67 1901 




87S-i 






Lowell 


1.826 1083 


\' 


enna 


1813 267-iii 


A. 


1SS3 i249ii 






M. 


{838 422-vii 


\' 


incent Guy 


1410-iii 


Syrena 


1S57 426-ix 






Moore 


1810 1523 




Meserve 


1S38 1350 










Parker 


1863 1900 


V 


lola 


1S44 i6oi-iv 


Tabitha 


1776 197-v 






Prentice 


1823 1216 








Jane 


I S3 I I202-i 






S. 


1788 632 


\\ 


'ade Hampton 


1879 1673-vi 


Page 


1798 306- vii 






Tolman 


1823 S22A-iii 


\\ 


'alden 


1794 848 


Tappan 


1796 366 






W". 


I S3 5 644-iv 


\\ 


'aMo Leavitt 


i8:;S 1439-vii 




iSoo 1333 






\V. 


1833 163S 


\\ 


'allace Hobart 


iSb.S 97 7 r. 


Stevens 


iSc4 945 






Ward 


1736 1 1 9-iv 




Lyman 


1863 Si4-i 


Temperance Matilda 






Warren 


1303-iii 


\\ 


'allis Remsen 


1874 1372-i 




1S33 ii3S-iii 






Wilson 


1823 912 


w 


alter 


1770 33- 


Thaver Sewall 


1797 45^ 


Thornton F. 


1489-i 






(1S30) 783-!;! 


Theodate 


1696 9-iv 
1757 105-i 
1761 296-i 


Til lie 
Tilly 


L. 
H. 




1870 843-i 

1789 553 
335-iv 






1S36 1203-ii 
1866 633-ii 
1S33-V 




(1765) ii6-iv 


Timo 


h} 




1720 103 




c. 


1834 i335-i^' 




1767 290-ii 








^733 64 




Clou^h 


1872 1336-! 




1799 2S2-iv 








1769 173 




Drake 


1S91 977A-i 




1805 ;c6-x 








17S7 7^4 




E. 


1873 1827-iii 


Theodore C. 


1S27 713-vi 








1S08 610 




Forrest 


iSiSo 1322-i 


Theophilus 


1730 24-vi 






Brackett 


1S46 439-ii 




Foss 


1877 1546-V 




1747 lOI 






M. 


1827 831-V 




G. 


1S39 690 




1750 248 


Tracy 


E 




1833 2041 




Henry 


1843 2140 




1753 210 




Lewis 


1889 2040-i 




Kellev 


1863 1 633-i V 




1761 171 


Tristran 




1684 16 




L. 


1879 1735-ii 




1762 311 








1710 30 




Lincoln 


1871 1781-1 


y ■ 


1771 218 

1772 loi-iii 
1785 446 

I 791 546 








1719 54 
173S 117 
1746 137 
1739 146 




M. 

P. 

Winfield 


1883 1064-iii 

Addenda 
1S83 200I-i 
1 86 1 1488-iii 




179S S12 








1760 304 


\\ 


arren 


(1798) 3-5 




180S 218-iv 








1763 ii6-iii 






1802 439 




1S17 810-i 








1774 788 






i8c6 703 




1836 370-viii 






i 


782) 344 






1S09 793-i 


s. 


180S 706 








17S6 789 






1S26 876-iii 


Theresa 


1830 798-1 








1787 795 




" 


1828 862-ii 


Thomas 


1738 180 
1777 4SS 
1 78 1 193-iv 
17S4 143-iii 
1786 219 
1794 476-iii 






Dow 


1793 748 
18 1 3 746-vi 
1827 748-iv 

1846 1337-iii 
1 443-1 v 

1847 1443-iv 




Arthur 

B. 

B. 


1S30 1316-ii 
1833 1129-i 
i860 864-viii 
1872 1147-viii 
187S io64-ii 
Addenda 




(1798) 7St-iii 






Coffin 


1791 418 




Earle 


18S9 1039-ii 




iScxD 4-9-v 


Troilus 




1063-i 




F. 


1S31 844 




iSii 1732 


True 






1803 6<;)3 




F. 


1862 189811 




(1S13) 632-ii 








iSii 707 




Gilman 


1843 1347 




1889 i732iii 








1S27 1410 




Jeremiah 


1847 i5=7--^ii» 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY 



Warren L. 1846 915-i 

Washington Irving rS^6 17S6 

T. {1S22) ^6:-\ 

Webster 



Wellington 
Wen dell 

Zebina 
Wesley 

Curtis 

I). 
Western G. 
Widie S. 
Wilbur 

Fiske 

J- 

Willa Augusta 
Will aid 

French 
Willey G. 
William 



185- jJj-w 

1S57 ii52iv 

1 603-1 V 

179S 143-viii 

i>^75 973-i 
1S4S SSyii 
1S41 666- vii 
1S7- 13S4-V 
1S71 137--V 
1S55 571-V 
I S3 5 1 1 -9-11 
1S50 833-1 
1S57 iioo-i 
1S73 io::9-ii . 
1S55 1634-vii 
1S90 I2i2-iii^ 
iS^S iS59-vt- 
.622 3 
1652 II 
16S2 40 
1710 II I 
1723 56. 

1739 '-5 
1742 301 
17 3 iSq 
1753 '9S 

1764 3-7 

1765 2S2 
176S 77S 
1769 150 

1769 76S 

1770 315 
1773 163 
1775 782 

1780 499 A 
(17S.) 342 

17S3 i39-"i 

1783 646 
(1786) S54 
(17S7) 259 

17SS 373 

1789 59S 

179' i93-'^i" 

1791 S60 

1792 1 170 

1793 7 5- 
1795 76S-V 
1797 809 
1797 3-7-vi 

(1798) 265 

'79S 523 

1799 421 

iSoo 1 1 20 

1804 58 2 

(1S04) 770-v 

1S07 746-iii 

1S07 7S4-ii 

1810 729 
iSio 1177 

181 1 1 49- vii 
181 1 233-iii 
1811 401-iii 
181 1 4J5-ii 

References 



William 1811 517-vi 

, 1812 34>iv 
1S12 624-iii 
181 2 CS4 
1812 1173 
iSi ^ 639- vii 

(1816) S23 
1S20 455-iii 

(1820) 552A-i 
1820 593- V 
1S22 752-iv 

(1S23) 364-ii 
1S25 417-vi 
■834 979 

1835 72C>1 

1843 626-iv 

1844 II20-ix 
(1S52) 642-\ix 
(1S61) 1056-iv 

1876 SgS-iv 

445-'^' 

1147-V1 

1500-i 

A. i860 1027-v 

Alonzo 1831 1812 
Archie 1879 i-86-i 
Arnold 1813 817 
Augustus 1843 1029 
Augustus 1852 1477-i 
Augustus 1S63 15501 
Augustus 1864 i5S5-iii 
Augustus 1S85 1477-- 

181S S96 
1828 424-i 
1838 1250-iv 
1873 iSii-ii 



B. 
B 
B 
B 

Bainbridge 

1S19 1458 
Brown 1S34 726-iv 

Hurtis 1S50 824-i 

C. 1877 200i-i 
Calvin 1827 13S3 
Channing 1843 1451-iii 
Chase 1807 869 
Craven 1849 527-v 

D. iSr9 1240 
Dalzell 1895 976-ii 
Delano 1847 13S0 
Dunlap 1830 427-ix 

E. 1862 921-iii 
E. 1S64 i4;o-vii 

E. 1S76 1582-iii 
Edgar 1861 1544-iv 
Edgar Thornton 

1S58 974-i 
Edwin 1S35 1 1 50 

F. 181 1 552-iii 
F. 1816 7S5-yii 
F. 184S 1478-ii 
F. 1862 1667-iii 
F. 1S72 1270-iv 
Francis 1S44 S96-iv 
Frederick 1S04 3S5 

1 8 54 956-ii 
Garfield 1S80 1572-iv 
Greenou'h 1874 i 539-v 

ire to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



SANBORN'S. 


009 




H. 


1813 626-iv 


W 


illiain II. 


1S37 652-ix 




H. 


1S41 1123-i 




H. 


1842 4:: 5-^' 




H. 


1843 582-viii 




H. 


1851 994-n 




H. 


1 8 58 16-6-ii 




H. 


1890 i7'5-i 




H. 


1063-V 




H. 


1140-V 




Harrison 


1839 SoS-ix 




Hatch 


1822 1561 




Henry 


1808 looS 




Henry 


1S30 410-X 




Henry 


1S31 956 

Addenda 




Henry 


1833 iOc8-iii 




Henry 


1S34 1173-ii 




Henry 


1838 iic8-vii 




Henry 


1839 Sii-vii 




Henry 


1842 ii77-i^' 




Henry 


1844 713-X 




Henry 


1S47 1647 




Henry 


1S52 529-ii 




Henry Harnson 




" " 


1S22 650-u 


1 


" 


1839 9-4-i^'.. 




Herbert 


1830 iSio-iii 




Herbert 


i8;5 1003-ii 




Horace 


i8;8 1055 ix 




Hunt 


iS'i6 737-i 




Jacob 


iS;3 264; 




Kellev 


1S65 iS3i-vi 




L. 


iS" 1159-vi 




L. 
L. 


1S64 iS53vi 
1853-vi 


j 


M. 


1847 8So-vi 




M. 


1869 97 1 -i 




M. 


1S74 2170-ii 




Manson 


18 ;o 1301-i 


1 


Marshall 


18;; I2i6-iii 




McFherson 






1S49 127S-111 




Moses 


1819 loio 




Norris 


I 8 33 740' 




Pa?e ( 


1S20) 379-^' 




Page 


1S21 3So-i 


! 


Penn 


1834 03C-X 




Perlev 


1S35 1073-i 




R. 


1S42 2130 




Rand 


1S17 953 . 




Rusgles 


iS;4 I -61-1 




S. " 


— ^ i534-'-i 




Sheldon 


1865 1028-ii 




Sherman 


1865 1904 




Sprague 


1867 2I"iO-i 




Sullivan 


1823 646-vii 




Thomas 


18S0 531-ii 




Thompson 1795 I ',9' 




Thompson I7c;9 665 




W. 


1834 143^^''' 




w. 


. . 768-v 


i 


Ward W 


imarth 


1 


Wheeler 


1S27 i^coi 


1 


Webster 


1S42 59' -'^ 


J 


Weed 


1857 1-77-vi 



070 


INDEX TO 


AMERICAN GE 


NEAEOGY 


SANBORN 


S. 




Willis E. 


1S49 


1052-iv 


Winifred May 


1SS6 1277-vi 


Worcester 




'734 105 


E. 




f637-v 


Shirley 


1S76 S8i-vi 






•795 730 


H. 




6S7 


Wiiuhrop 


171S iiS 








John 


iS" 


991-ii 




1761 359 


Xariffa 




1^35 9^5-i 


Joseph 


1S65 


1384-11 




iSoS 359-viii 








Mason 


1S56 


65--i 


Washin 


gton Watson 


Zadok 




1707 4!^ 


Wilson Jay 


I So 3 


I i8i-i 




1831 1500-ii 






1733 126 


Winhorn A. 


iSio 


447-i 


Woodbridge 


1776 300 vii 






1762 326 


Winfield Scott 


1S72 


2170-i 




1804 1517 






1764 330 


Winfred Joseph 


1S60 


208 1 -ii 


Woodburv 


1S22 736-ii 


Zebulon 




1791 1520 


Winifred 




774-vi 




1S6S 1675-ii 






184S 1526-i 


J. 




04^-iii 


Page 


1S27 6i2-i 


Zella Eliza 


beth 


1S77 2044-ii 


Johnson 


18SS 


I46i;-vi 


Wales 


1896 1675-ii 


Ziba Ebenezer 


JS45 993-' 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY- I!.— ALLIED EAMILIES. 



Name. 


Gen. No. 


Name. Gen. No. 


Name. 


Gen. No 


Abbott, Aaron 


521-V, 1213 


Andrews Lvdia 


408 


Bacon. John S. 


403-v 


Belle L. 


1413 


Marv 


2S4 


Badger, Elizabeth 


624-v 


Elizabeth II. 


521-V 


\\\ B. 


1645-ii 


Lucy M. 


1526-xi 


Jane 


480-vii 


(Mr.) 




Lydia 


6oi-vJ 


Jane Hale 


1213 


552A-vi, 83S-X 


1632-iii 


Sarah 


947 


Sarah Jane 




Annand, Hannah B. 


1047-i 


Baglev, Betsev 


741-ii! 


Adams, Arthur Grec-i 


leaf 6oi-vi 


Annis, Solomon 


128-iv 


Elijah 


105- 1 


IJenjamin 


479-vi 


Appleton, Henry A. 


57 1 -v 


Miss 


292 


Charles 


879-1 


Abigail E. ] 




Bailev, Cvrus 


553-i 


Charles F. 


60 [-vi 


Joseph 1 




Elizabeth F. 


S23 


Elisha 


1226-i 


Mary Ann } 144 . 


\ddenda 


Joseph A. 


S7:-iii 


Elizabeth E. 


1176 


Sarah | 




Josephine H. 


iS30-iv 


Enid Houghton 


C>oi-vi 


William J 




M. A. 


533-viii 


Jeremiah 


742-i 


Arnold, Abigail 


3^5 


Madison 


266-viii 


Mark 


444-i 


Ash, Reuben 


629-ix 


Baillet, Mabel E. 


1511-iv 


Mary 


-35 


Atkins, David A. 


377-vii 


Baker, Anna Belle 


977 


Nathan 


444-v 


Atkinsf)n, Charles 


43'-'' 


Emeline S. 


155.S 


Stephen 


2023 


King 


493-v 


George W. 


1231-i 


Albee, Harriet 


311-ix 


Samuel 


iSi-iii 


Bakie, Daniel J. 


385-viii 


Aldrich, Ada B. 


1617-i 


Atwater, Isaac 


436-ii 


Balch, Theodore E. 


' 533-vi 


Hiram 


483-i 


Atwell, Philindia 


1539 


Balcom, Henry W. 


1 483-i 


Sarah S. 


1665 


Rufus 


789-ni 


Baldwin, Ellen R. 


'344 


Alexander, Lydia F. 


io;3 


Atwood, Caleb 


2 I 2-V 


lephtha 


488-iv 


Allard, Anna 


80 


Henrv [. 


loii-vii 


Ball.'CharlesC. 


470-vi 


Henry 


775-ii 


Moses " 


759-J 


Dayton R. 


773-viii 


Allen, Cora A. 


1853-i 


Averv, Ara 


992 


L. Estelle 


i34'-i 


David 43--i. 


I loS-i. 17^2 


Harriet W. 


1789 


Mary J. 


649-x 


George 


1166 


Huldah 


249 


R. L. 


1230-1 


Harriet 


1752 


John 


17S9 


Ballou, Hosea 


624-i 


Juliet 


556 


Sarah 


233. 532 


Bancroft, Hannah King 


•"5 


Louisa A. 


S45 


Ayer, Benjamin c^J^ 
Benjamin F. ( ^\ 


62-vii 


Moses 


'•'5 


Minnie 


1875-111 


+4 Hi 


j^anfield, F. L. 


1478-i 


Nancy K. 


1 166 


Lambert II. 


1 430- vii 


Barber, Louisa Ann 


626- v 


Nathan 144- 


IV, Addenda 


Robert 


- 148-1 


Barker, C. T. 


1511-ii 


Reuben 


498- vii 


Sarah P. 


274 


John 130- 


ii, 200-vii 


Almy, Phebe 


1-^', 


William N. 


7 5 2- vii 


Mary 


428- i 


Ames. Cvnthia 


'33>^ 


Mr. 


1 194-xii 


Naomi 


429 


John C. 


422-v 


Ayraulr, Lyman 


'•39-' 


Nathaniel 


876-1 


Lucv Jones 


1271 






Sarah F. 


1049 


Peter B. 


443-^' 


Babb, Martha A. 


683 


Yirtue 


430 


Anderson, Jesse 


1499-ii 


Babcock, Charles A. 


377-ii 


Barnard, Belle 


1475-rx 


Andrews, Daniel 


509-viii 


Jane Maria 


262-iv 


Elizabeth 


497 


Fitch 


;46-iii 


Bachiler, see Batchelder 




Polly 


171-vi 


John 


' 283-1 


ISackus, Samuel W. 


iC26-i 


'. Barnes, Marv 


104 


Lucy 


S48 


Bacon, Anna E. 


I r4S-viii 


Barron, Ruth W. 


986 




References are to Genealogical Numbers, p( 


5t pages. 





INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALO 


GY ALL 


Barron, Thomas E. 


39 5- V 


Bean, Abraham 


1535 


Barter, Mary 


1S2 


Alcena 


1476-iii 


Bartlett, Charles R. 


982-1 


Adriel 


1235-ii 


Daniel 


397 


Benjamin 


73-v 


Dorothy 


1 1 70 


David C. 


504-1 


Elizabeth 


5« 


Hannah 


268, [071 


Eliza \V., 


736-ii 


Harriet 


9-4 


George D. 


5S6-vi 


Harriet Ches'y 


S33 


Hannah 


397 


James 2; 


-9-ii, 2So-vii 


James M. 


946-i 


Jeremiah 


I lo-x, 551 


John L. 


350-11 


Jonathan 


125S 


Hon. Josiah 


372-iv 


Josiah 


768-i 


Levi S. 


37 2-1 V 


Levi 


1235-ii 


Levietta 


372-iv 


Lorinda 


1476 


Sarah 


775 


Lydia 


S5i> 7-- 


Sarah Aver 


671 


Mary Abigail 


S35 


Thomas 


iii8-ii 


Marv Ann 


1535 


Mr. 


1255-ii 


May E. 


926 


Bartle, W. T. 


265-i 


Moody 


455-i' 


Barton, Hester A. 


876-ii 


Nancy M. 


653-' 


Bascom, C. L. 


264-iii 


Natlianiel 


3'oix 


Basford, Caroline 


1 231 


Sarah 


491, 623-ni 


Bassett, Elli- C. A. 


So6-i 


Sarah A. 


455-ii 


Nathaniel 


ij8-iv 


Susan Harvey 


895 


Batchelder, Bacheller, or 


Susan P. 


1258 


Bachiler, Abel 


187-iv 


Mr 


:o5-iii, 838-i 


Abraham 


q68 


Beck, Mary Jane 


'154 


Anne 


1,236 


Thomas 


1 1 54 


Arvilla 


1537 


Beckford, Hannah H 


1276-i 


Benjamin 


49. 4^9 


See also " Bickford." 


Benjamin C. 


271-iv 


Beddoe. Mary 


.27S 


Charles S. 


1531-ii 


Bedee, Susan 


94-vi 


Clarissa 


1535 


Beebe, Mary F. 


570-vii 


Davis 


533 


Beecher, John 


"1489-1 


Elizabeth 


27, 171, 22S 


Thornton F. 


1489-i 


Hannah 


4S9 


(Mr.) 


993-v 


Harmon E. 


503-iv 


Beede, Abigail H. 


1095 


James S. 


158-iii 


Daniel 


1095 


Jethro 


9-v 


Geore;e 


8ii-iv 


Job 


268-iii 


Sylvia H. 


1249-ii 


John 173 


-iii, 269-i, 704 


Sarah M. 


1496-iv 


John Q. A. 


503-vii 


B«rs, Egbert 


1235-v 


Jonathan 


261-iii 


Emily 


1235-V 


Joseph B. 


444-viii 


Helden, Salome 


517-vi 


Josiah 


171, 270-ii 


Belknap, James C. 


Ii66-iv 


Judith 


56S 


Lucy W. 


1317 


Lucinda 


704 


Bellows, Frances Ann 


iS;o 


Lydia 


881 


Henry A. 


1850 


Mary 


49, 88 


Stella Louise 


1850 


Miriam 


141, 614 


Bennett, Daniel L. 


549-iii 


Myrtle E. 


1412-iv 


feremiah 


19-iii 


Nathaniel 


9-v, 107-vii 


'Mary C. 


54Q-iii 


Reuben 


614 


Rhoda Tane 


418-iv 


Samuel 


107-vii, 464-ii 


Bent, Elbridge G. 


4S4-xiv 


Sarah 


501-iv, 1499 


Berry, Aaron 


433-''. 770-i 


Sarah- Sanborn 


1536 


Abigail 


5S4 


Shadrach 


3 '3- VI 


Eliza 


683 


Silva 


414 


Hannah 


417 


Smith 


786-ii 


Martha G. 


- 1630 


Susan 


533 


Mary 


595 


Theodate 


•36 


Mary F. 


4^:3 


William 


136-iii, 271-iii 


Rachel 


770 


Zephaniah 


1537 


Beverly or Beverland, 


r>etsev 06 


Bateman, Klizabeth 


11. I2I2-li 


Jane 


188 


Baylis.^, Mary E. 


i443-'v 


John 


193-11 


Bean, Abigail 


248-vii 


Joseph 


96 



ED FAMILIES. 

Bezenia, Georgia L. 
Bickford, Ebenezer 

Emeline H. 

Ephraim 

Jane 

Kez'ah 1). 

Robert C. 

Silas G. 

Sylvania S. 

Thirsa A. 

William 
Bigelow, Elisha A. 
Biggar, Jane F. 
Binford, Phebe 
Bi.xby, Olive 

Russell C. 
Black, Clara Page 
Blair, Emma P. 

Jane 
Blaisdell, Anne 

Elipha'.et 

John 

John M. 

Mary 

Peter 

Philip O. 

Sanborn 

Susan F. 

Thomas 

William 
Blake, Abigail 

Almira 

Ann 

Betsey 

Charles 

I^earbo' n T. 

Dorothv 

Ellen C. 

Ellen H. 

Francis P- 

Hannah 

Hczekiah 

Ira 

James 

Jasper 

Jedediah 

Jemima W. 

Jethro 

John i; 

John K. 

John Prescott 

Jonathan 

Joshua 

Judith 

Lorenzo 

Mehitabel 

Moses 

Nathan 

Philemon * 

Paine 

Susan E. 

Warren W. 

William 
B'anipir,, Malvina 
Blanc, Lottie 
Blanchard, Harriet 



671 



1490-1V 

708,709 

709 

620-i 

«35 

775-'v 

775-1 

775-^ 

70S 

879 

127-vii 

626-viii 

1686 

43- 

379-v 

1202-ii 

2056 

1 198-v 

1 526-vii 

1165 

45 Vv, 4rjo-.\'i 

157-viii 

I 203-1 

33°' 445 

304-11 

453-v 

304-VI 

699 

293-iv 

19-xii, 294-vi 

;o 

S38 

fi;6 

226 

842-iv 

2^3-" 

1490-viii 
570- vi 
So3-iv 

226, 227 

217-vii 

95-iv-vi 

S03-1V 

i;6 



, 122-iii, 326-i 

330-^ii 

217-vii 

13-iv 

9-viii 

502 

2170-i 

t7 

1 5-iv, 50 

'iiS-iii 

9-viii 

57 -i 

2170-1 

533"'"' 

I22-!U 

18:4 
i026-ii 
6-iii 



ij^ 



References are to Genealogical Xumbers, not pages. 



672 INDEX 


TO AMT 


,RICAN GENEAI.OGV ALL 


lEI) FAMILIES. 




Blanchard, Martha A. 


8161 


Brown, Benjamin B. 


7''^3-ii 


Burbank, Sarah 


746-v 


Sailv liugbee 


48^,1 


Benjamin F. 


I228-iv 


Burd, Harriet 


1770 


William W. 


.Si6| 


Betst-v Page 


416 


Burden, Rev. J(,ht> 


820-i 


Mr. 


1857-iii i 


David L. 


927-1 


Burleigh, Abigail 


-95 


Biaiidin, Lucinda K. 


49' j 


Dorcas Adams 


1087 


or B"rley, .Abigail M. 


Soo 


IJlish, Winifred 


2J4 ' 


Edmund 


22-v 


Alexander 


ii8S-vi 


lilithip., Eliz. F. 


851-111 I 


Elizabeth G. 


1312 


Alfred 


1 loS-i 


Blodgett, loseph F. 


510-iv 1 


Etta 


16S3 
30S 


Antoinette 


748-iv 


(Miss) 


798; 


Eunice 


Barnard H. 


I loS-vi 


Blount, Harriet 


990 ! 


P'rank 


396-vi 


Daniel 


1440 


Boardnian, Klizabeth 


568-ii ' 


Frederick S. 


693-i 


Daniel C. 


800 


Bodwell, Isaac R. 


499A-i , 


Hannah 


501 


David 


J"- 


Bolnier, Jane 


5-7 i 


Hannah K. 


787-vii 


Gordon 


660-1 


Bond, Nelson 


1543-iv : 


Horatio G. 


780-iv 


Hannah L. 


748-iv 


Booth, Augustine B. 


i8io-xii 


Isaac A. 


55'-i' 


Judith 


766 


Ellen 


932-i 


Jacob 


r 2-vi 


Nancy 


5" 


Roval 


932-i j 


Jeremiah 


175-iii, 565 


Sarah C. 


1440 


Botsford, W\ F. 


39i'ii I 


Jethro 


91 -vi 


Thomas 


718-1X 


Boulter, Mary 


6! 


John 65-ii, 83-11 


i8[-i. 79v 


Burnap, .Albert Jones 


5co-i 


Nathaniel 


6| 




I49'3 


Burnell, Cvrus F. 


434-ii 


Bowden or Bowdoin, De 


JO rah loS i 


John Pike 


7S3-' 


Eliza ' 


433-^'n 


F'rancis 


108 


Jonas 


43'-' 


George 


433-v 


Michael 


loS 


fonathan 


548, 1 510 


Sarah 


432--^ 


Bowen, Pamelia 


3'3i 


Joseph 


444-iv 


Stephen 


127-X 


Pamelia O. 


1247 


Josephme 


iiio-iv 


Burnham, Emma Carey 


'305 


Bower, Minnie Cynthia 


976 


Joshua 


1 2-vi, iSr-.\ 


Susanna White 


499c 


Bowers, Nellie E. 


1384-111 ! 


Judith 


iSi 


Mr. 


34-11 


Bowler, Benjamin 


145-i 


J. S. 


852-viii 


Burns, Clifford K. 


1 4331 V 


Boyce, Lula 


i433->:i 


Laura J. 


I4r2 


Burpee, Marv J. 


120S 


Boviiton or Boyton, Marv 4S7 1 


Leapha 


1493 


Burr, Marv 


1229 


' Melissa 


1527-11 


Lucretia 


M5- 


\ Burrill, Elizabeth Ward 


1207 


Moses 


720-iii 1 


Mary Abigail 


'314 


1 Mary E. 


1471-V 


Richard 


184-iii 1 


Marv Ann 


1511 


1 Burrows, Henry 


i7S9-iii 


Thomas 


276-iii 


Nathan 


356-iv 


Marv Spencer 


1789-iii 


Brackett, Asenath 


576 


Nathaniel 


2ii-iv, 836 


Burton, Polly 


5-4 


Agnes 


580' 


Noah B. 


33--'^' 


Mr. 


264-vi'i 


Daniel 


1191 


Olive Ann 


66t-ii 


Bush, Burt A. 


940-ii 


John 


427-vi 


Orlando 


1452 


Buswell, John Leavitt 


1 1 7S-V 


Lucinda 


576 


Phebe 


1140-iii 


Butler, Harriet 


37S-vi 


Martha C. 


119X 


Rachel M. 


1676 


Mary 


345 


Bradbuiv, Mary E. 


147S 


Samuel 


63-viii 


L. Estelle B. 


13411" 


Bradford, Wni. 


1901 


Sarah 


836 


Butters, Charles 


1 541 


Bradstreet, Simon 


191 


Simeon 


175-iii 


Charlotte 


154' 


Bragdon, Charles 


582-11 


Susanna 


548, 1 516 


Mary B. 


- 1 129-i 


(Mr.) 


379-i^' 


William 


93-ii, 1312 


Buttles, Suseita 


2022 


Brainerd, Albert 


639-xiv 


William F. 


429-! 


Buzzell, Clarinda 


351-ii 


Hannah 


7S3 


Mr. 


630-viii 


David 


103-vii 


Braley, Gertrude W. 


1477-1 


Bryant, Berenice E. 


1520-! 


Dollv 


259 


Branscomb, Elizabeth 


1250-ii 


Priscilla 


49 


Elizabeth A. 


14S8 


Bray, Mellen N. 


i79r-ii 


Bryce, David 


397-111 


Isaac 


720-iv 


Brayton. W. P. 


1786-i 


Buchanan, Mr. 


1585-i 


William 


35'-i 


Brickett, S. H. 


1142-i 


Buck, Mr 


1473-1 


Byram, George 


2 1 4-xv 


Bridge, Jesse 


4iS-i 


Buckman, Anna B. 


424 






Bridgeman. Mary 


1479 


Bucknam, Nellie 


1430-.X 


Cable, Barbara 


1234 


Mary W. 


1479 


Buel, Ezra 


1 36-1 i 


Michael 


1234 


Bridges, E. M. 


Ii3r-ii 


Bullard. Caroline A. 


962 


Sarah 


1234 


Brigham, Wiilard 


646-iv 


Mr. 


4o6ii 


Cady. Adeline 


1430-i 


Broad. (Mrs.) 


405 


Bundy. Gertrude Marv 


I 144-iv, 


Calef, lames 


6.^4 


Brodigan, Elizabeth 


i8ii 


John Curtis 


) Addenda 


Lois 


6S4 


Brooks, Asahel 


796-ii 


Bunker, .Augustus S. 


549-i.\:-xi 


Samuel 


302-vii 


Eleanor Hall 


''S3 


Mr. 


567-viii 


Calhoun, Emeline 


557 


Joseph 


5461 


Burbank, Cyrus 


483-ii 


Call. Chas. F. 


900-viii 


Orlando M. 


387-vii 


Eliza 


915-i 


John 


102-iv 


Sarah E. 


3S7-i' 


John D. 


746-iv 


(Mr.) 


-900- vi 


Brown, Abel 


787-vii 


.Mary 


746 


Callahan. Timothy 


i6i-viii 


Abigail 433,565.795 


.1047.1531 


Miriam 


4S9 


Calley, .Anna O. 


670 




Referen 


:e.«! are to Genealogical 


Xurabers, t 


ot pages. 





,..! '.1 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY ALLIED FAMILIES. 



673 



44- 



'■■- ' V, Jonathan 

Nathaniel 

Richard 

Richard T. 

Samuel 

William D.. 
Cammett, Ellen L. 
Camp, LaviniaW. ] 
Campbell, Henry 

Isabel 
Card, Daniel 
Carll. Pienjamin 
Carlton, Kate 

Dudley 

Laura Eell 

Mary O. 
Carnes, Julie Maud 
Carpenter. Josiah 

Lydia 

Oliver 

Mr. 

Carr, Ann 

Dan'l A. 

Eliza 

Elizabeth 

Lizzie H. 

Moody 

Nona Mary 

R. S. 

William 
Carson, Joseph, 1473 
Carter, C. F. 

Elizabeth 

Geo. W. 

PoUv 

Ruth 

Sam'I W. 

Mr. 

Carvill, Henry 
Cary, Eliza V. 

Francis E. 
Cass, Elizabeth 

George 

Joseph 

Lewis 
^ Samuel 

Theophilus 

Rev. Wm. D. 
Castle, Mr. 
Caswell, Sarah 
Cate, xA.bigail F. 

Anna 

Clarissa 

Ebenezer 

James 179-iii, iS 

John 

Jonathan 

Joshua 

Lavinia 

Louisa 

Mary O. 

Simeon 

Tucker 
Catlin, Parthenia 
Cavanagh, Kate 
Caverly, Geo. A. 

43 



107-i 

26.S-ii 

670 

66 5- v 

95iii 

444-1 v 

1466 

v. Addenda 

2::4-viii 

1399 
1496-V 
290-vii 

1043 
516-iv 
5 1 6-i V 
S07-V 

1667-iii 

492-iii 

i43oii 

492-iii 

900-v 

91S 

1505-iii 

1003 
601-V 
229-iii 

1395-i 

2020-ii 

3c6-iii 

;-ii, Addenda 

1577-i 

jS?' 735 

462 

379 

736 

1 49-' 

151-ii, U2S-iii 

559-ii 

1S62 

961 

,315 

1 360-1 V 

30-ii 

30-ii 

3-vi 

120-vii 

S45-ii 
901-iii 

319 
1276 

197 

1520 

iS2-vi 

2-vi, 197,199 V 

192-V, 7S7-V 

199-V, 475-ii 

6^4 

653 

654 

ii9S-ii 



Chadbourne, Dorcas A. 

Elizabeth 

Ira 

Lydia 
Chadwick, Edmund S. 
Chamberlain, Abigail 

Edward II. 

Eri 

Josephine L. 

Leonora 

Reuben 

Samuel 

Uriah T. 

William B. 

Mr. 

Champion, Ella A. 
Chandler, Comfort 

Eleanor 
Joseph 
Moses 
Sarah 

— >rr. 

Chapin, (ieorge H. 
Chapman, Almira J 

Pamelia 

Samuel 

Sarah C. 
Chase, Alvira 

Amos C. 

Anna 

Arthur W. 

Christopher 

Clara N. 

David 

Elizabeth 

Fanny 

Greene 

Plannah 

Henry 

Henry D. 

Horatio 1 

Jane 

John 

John B. 

John P. 

Joseph 

Josiah 

Marietta 

Moses 

Nathaniel 

Phebe 

Polly 

Prescott 

Samuel 

Stephen 

William Sanborn 

Zaccheus 

Mr. 

Mrs. 

Chatman, Belle 

Pauhna 

Cheever, Sarah 

Cheney, Andrew 

Henry P. 

Lvman 

Russell 



1087 

1062 

4S9-iv 

34 -:y 

368-ii-iii 

764 

743-^- 
155-x 

688 

973 

155-x 

3io-yi 

741-viii 

764-vi 

1806-iii 

579-ii 

205 

73 

^05 

14-iii 

205 

45-i, I2i-ii, I 516-iv 

S76-viii 

1300 

1132 

330V 

767-ii 

867 

948- vii 

783 

1455-11 

402-iii 

94S-vii 



1059-V 
-;6i-iii 



Chesley, Dan'l Gilman 656-iii 

Harriet S22 

Thomas 472-iv 

Timothy 47--vi 

Child, Mary 393 

Mary James 1815-! 

Richard 393 

Chilson, Mr. 525-ii 

Chison, Minnie M. ii49-.xii 

Chittle, John 555-i'i 

Choate, -Abigail ^^^ 

Nancy J. 

Nellie E. 

Rufus 

Chrysler, Pembroke C. iSio-ix 
Chubbuck, Jerome Walker 

I i20-iv 
Church, Marv 
Cilley, Abigail C. 

Asa B. 

Barnard 

Barnard G. 

Benjamin 

Cutting 

Dearborn 

Henry 

Jabez 

Jacob 

Gen. Joseph 

Jonathan 

Sarah C. 

Sarah Jane 

Sophia 



250-ii, looS ! Clapp, Sarah D. 



M. 



13-1 

713I 

lUO-vii ; 

1198-i ' 

References are to Geuealo 



j6, 944-111 

866 

652-i 

649-i, 750, 1008 

767-i 

777-ii 

665-vi 

332, 917, 1214 

296-v 

2IIO-i 

1526-V 

296-ii 

iii-iii 

i2o6-i 

296-i, 401-V 

1 19-iii, 56S-iii 

33^ 
268 

1526-iv 
401-V 
I ii-vi, 230-ii I 
290-i.x i 
568-iii 1 
240-xii I 

217 i 
908-ii I 

97! 

200 I 

31 i-ii I 

742-iii ! 

366-il 

510-viii ' 

ical Xunibers, not pa 



Clarendon, Mrs. Eliza B. 
Clark, Abner 

Asa 

Caleb 

Charles W. 

Cotton 

Deborah 

George 

Hannah 

John 

John P. 

Lucinda 

Lucy Jane 

Mary 

Moses 

Peter 

Rhoda P. 

Rufus 

Samuel 

Sarah M. 

Satchel 

Tavlor 

— - Mr. 
Clason, Marshall B. 
Clay, Hannah C 

James 

Sophia G. 

.Stephen 

Walter 

Mr. 

Clavberger, Mr. 

Clement, or .\nn, 



730-' 

S64 

640-i 

640-iii 

640-iii 

640 

2C4-iii 

246-v 

204-ui 

640-i 

Sii 

204-iii 

246-iv 

Sii 

1443 

640 

1S07 

649-iv 

243-iii 

178-ii, 1206 

374. 376 

i8io-iv 

152-viii 

376 

736-iv 

374 

189-1 

1210 

746-vi 

1529 

1 1 3 2-vi 

743-i«' 

177-V. 376 

1210 

Si2-i 

177-V 
1206 

743-iv 

508-iii 

I ;r-ii 

S'16-i 



743-'->^ 
74.3-'-^ 

irrwi 

130-i 

i6(>S-i 

S35 



674 



IND]::X TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. ALLIED FAMILIES. 



Clements, Charles 

Daniel H. 

Lydia 

Mary A. 

^"Mr. 

Cleveland, Eliphalet 

Elisha 

Esther 

Sally 
Clifford, Abigail 

Elizabeth 

Francena B. 

Oilman 

James N. 

Margaret 
Clifford, Mary S. 

Sally 

Sanniel 

William 
Clisby, Clara A. 

Joseph 

Maria U. 
Clogston, Thomas 
Clough, Abial W. 

Ammi 

Arthur 

Benjamin 

Cornelius 

Daniel 

Emeline P. 

Ezekiel 

F. S. 

Hannah 

Ira 

Mary 

Narcissa F. 

Rebecca 

Reuben 

Stephen 
Clynes, Sarah 
Cobb, Ella H. 

Georgia A. 

Grace A. 
Coburn, Frederic 

Loretta J. 
CofiRn, Aaron 

Ann Marston 

George B. 

Judith 

Kate 

Mehitabel 

Moses 

Rebecca 

Sarah 

Tristram 
Cofran, Cyrene 

Emma S. 
Cogswell, Jonathan 

Laura Ann 

William B. 
Colburn. Almira 
Colby, Amos W. 

Enoch 

Enos 

Hiram 

Julia B. 



153-viii I Colby, Laura 



5 1 o-ix 

810 

1602 

753-i 

282-iii 

153 
153 

203 

53 

129 

1655 

326-ii 

928-1 

5S 

414-11 

137, 229 

53. 379-ii 

170- VI 

1204-ii 

1204-ii 

1203-ii 

3U-V 

760-ii 

533-i 

1 533-i^- 

27-v 

9-ii 

190-iii 

1536-i 

303-' 

533-11 

122S 

369-viii 

239 

740 

1451 

3S-1V 

iS7-vii 

819 

1390-ix 

1 28 5 

1 309-1 

164-ii 

loot 

1099 
1099 

I62-V 

5 
1490-iv 

307-ii 

1533 

J 533 

1785-111 

5 
'-3- 

1 388-1 V 
351-iii : 
1228-iii ! 



J/ 
00-i 



1780-i 
Lydia 925 
Merrill 244-iii 
Rhoda 725 
Stephen 725 
Sylvia 1 1 29 
Tabitha 219 
Thomas 639- x 
William 746-viii, 379-vii 
William D. 916-i 
Mr. 130-iii, 136-X 

Colcord, Elizabeth 

Colford, Mary 

Cole, Charles 
Daniel 
Martha A. 

Mary Jane 1307 

Stephen B. 748-ii 

Coleman, Sarah P. 1341 

Collins, Alice S. 634 

Charles 6i6-iv 

Esther 635 

Harriet A. 1384-1 

Henry 6i6-ii 

John 411-iii 

Lucinda 1327 

Mary Ann 256-vi 

Mercy 77 

Nellie M. 
Philomela S. 
Stephen 

Colvin, Aranda 

Conant, David S. 
Caroline J. 

Cone, Nettie D. 

Congrove. Ida May 

Conner, Connor, or Conners, 
Ann 



Copp, Solomon 

Corbett, Mr. 

Corbin, Mr. 

Cordell, Lydia 
Corey, Alvin 
Benjamin 
Charles II. 
Paulina 
Corliss, Ella A. 
Ephraim 
Pelatiah 
Sarah 
1200-1 I Correll, Joseph 
1228-ij Courtney, Patrick 
335-viii j Cowan, Elizabeth 
634-i\ 



Cox, Benjamin 

Electa A. 

Jonathan 
Cram, Abigail 

Betsey 

Caroline O. 

Elizabeth 

James 

John 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Josiah 

Judith 

Mary 

Peter G. 

Sarah 

Thomas 

Weare 

Zoah M. 

Mr. 



i355-'v 
1348 
229-x 

873 

So9-iii 

764-v 

I232-iv 

1473-i I Crandall, .Adna 
I Crane, George 
675 j Robert T. 

iioS-vii I Cranston, Eliza 
144-vii, Addenda Crawford, Julia C 
161-V Margaret 

i6i-viii Robert 

144-vii Cressv, Emily 
Addenda I Frances 

Nancy Shepard 674 I Crippen, Henry J. 

Phine'as Sanborn 144-vii, 371-i 1 Critchett, Josiah 
Addenda Crocker, John 
41-9 
i8io-xiv 

S63 
1142-vi 

579-ii 
612-V I 
495-vii j 
92-iii I 

951 
ii66-i I 

8cS 

SoS 

i^;-viii 



37S. 4 



Eliza 

Gideon 

James 

John 

John Sanborn 



Mr. 

Connolly, Bernard 
Converse, Ruth 
Conwell, Russell H. 
Cook, Caroline P. 

Joel E. 

Robertson 

Thomas 
Cooke, Eliza 

Pardon O. 
Cooley, Clarissa 

Seneca 



785 

873-vm 

742-iii 

427-ii 

629-iv 

483-1 

ioo9-ii 

642 

1566 

620 vi 

90-vii 

1 1 63-1 v 

349-^i 

559 

932-iv 

516-viii 

2S2-ii 

433 

173. 596 

44- 

1217 

7S-iv, 777-v 

22-viii, 41-ii 

175-11,464, 596 

i75-ii'43i 

777-1 

777 

300 

433-iii 

44^- 404 

1 66- ix 

166-iii 

4oS-ii 

1 1 i-viii 

393-v 

i5S2-i 

741-iv 

427-iv 

994 

627 

33-viii 

7Sviii 

7S5-iv 

goS-iii 

1831 

163 

163 

2120 

jS6-ix 

1 141-iv 

2120 

iS6--:v 



1575-iii i Coolidge, Winthrop 

732 I Coombs, Thankful E 
727-iii . Cooper, Mary J. 
9-vi ■ Copeland, Aroline H. 
280-viii 1 J. Wesley 

379-iii i Copp, Edmund 
2001 -i I Sarah 



59- 
557-11 
1 197 
1119-ii 
663-iv 
785 
References are to Genealogical Xumbers, not pages 



Mary 
Crockett', Arthur J. 
Enoch 
George W. 
Gertrude E. 
James 

Sally >^ 

Crommett. Date ^l^-]] 

Crosbv, .\n?on 59^"' 

Cross,' Elizabeth Adeline 1S15 

Fannv 546 

Ira ' 895-11 

Michael 213-1 

Moses 402-vii 

Pecgv 499A- 

Crossnia^'n, Delina "49 

Crowell, Alberta S. 9-4-1 

Elda 1 433- VI 

Mae E. 1 543-^^' 



.I'.iT 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY 



-ALLIED FAMILIES. 



67: 



Crowcll, Mr. 

Culver, A. B. 

E. D. 
Cumniings, Margaret 

Mary 

Rachel 

Mr. 

Cunningham, IJetsey 

Mr. 

Currier, Amanda M. 

Asa 

Betsey 

Darwin A. 

Harriet 

Jane 

Julia 

Lucy May 

Martha A. 

Nellie Duffus 

Reuben \V. 

Richard 

T. E. 
Curry, Lilla M. 

Alaud 
Curtis, David 

Tristram B. 
Cushing, Lydia 

Miss 

Cutter, David 
Cutting, J. Louise 
Cutts, Huldah 

Maria 

Dalton, Abigail 

Anna 

Comfort 

Elizabeth 

Hannah 

Moses 

Philemon 

Sarah 
Daly, Ann Crossman 
Dalzell, Wm. Co.x 
Dame, Sally 
Dampier, Wm. 
Damrell, John 
Dana. Susan 
Danforth, Phebe 
Daniels, Christopher 

Phebe 
Darling, Daniel 

Lyman 

Reuben 
Davenport, Elizabeth 
Davidson, David 
Davis, -Vzelia 

Barsheba 

Caroline 

Charles A. 

Clarissa 

Eleazer 

Elizabeth Bodwell 

Emma 

Eunice 

Esther 

George H. 



921-1 
922-ii 

ijSs-i 

900 

7 1 S-.x 

731 

1355-V1 

1660 

182-iv 

SI 

525-ii 

1057 

403-vn 

94S 

I2T2-iv 

ii33-'v 

I33i-'i 

94S 

27-vi 

1225-i 

1400-ii 

i8io-iii 

1476-i 

577-ii 

769 

75S 

326-11 

1790-iii 

5S0 

817 

9 
196 

304 

762 

5S6 

294-ii. 757 

9 

757 

1000 

3S4-iv 

737-ii 

631-111 

17-vi 

2141 

901 
loi i-ii 
483-111 
307 V 
334-vi 
307-iv 
1 668 

493--^ 
1780 

125 

1055-111. 

666-viii 

630 

i6g-xi 

1 172 

1225-iii 

1575 

'5^3 

1461-i 

Rcferen 



Davis, Hannah 

Hannah \V. 

I lezekiah 

H. L. 

Jane M. 

Janet L. 

Jasper 

lerusha N. 

loel M. 

John H. 

Julia 

Kittredge 

Laurana 

Lida May 

Lydia .Vnn 

M. PLmma 

Nathaniel 

Rosilla 

Samuel 

Sarah 
Dawley, John 
Dawson, Maria L. 
Day, A. L. 

Hannah 

Kate E. 

Mr. 

Dean, Sarah A. 
Dearborn, Abraham 

Ebenezer 

Elizabeth 40, iii, 

Grace M. 

Harriet 

Henry 40, ic 

John 39-ii, 107, 



453 ' Dick. Mary Ann 
40.S-V Dickens, Mary Jane 
210-viii Dickerson. Morrill 
630-xii i Dickey, Allen 

1733! Robert 

1 1 39-ii : Dickinson, Lucy 
488-iv Dimond, Leonora 
523-v ' Polly 

1325-vi Dinsmore, John B. 
439-ii Mary E. 

739-i Robert 

6'^o Dix, Leonard 

Dixon, Mr. 

Dodge, Almira (J. 
Luke C. 
Dr. Wm. 
Doe, Col. Bartlett 
John 
. Nicholas 
Doland, Martha A. 
Dollo.ff, Nicholas 
I'olly 
Thomas 
Donaldson, Cora E. 
1396 i Dore, Lydia 
1516-i ' Naomi 

752-vi i Dorman, Hannah 
555-iv ; Nathaniel 

7-1, 37-ii Doty, Ida A. 
122, 743.^. ; Douglas. A. J. 



630 
'34I-V 

I 141-V 
210-xii 

735-i' 
722-i 

779 
523-iv 

773-'" 
1125-V 

59 



Joseph 
i Josiah 

' Lucv Ann 

I Lyd'ia 

Martha 

Mercy 

Miriam 

Phineas 

Reuben Gove 

Sarah 

Sarah F. 

Simon 

Thomas 

Mr. ■ 

Deban, Jane 
DeCosta, Charles 
Deering, Theodore 
De Forest, Thomas E. 

Mr. 

Delancey, Curtis 
Delano, Edith 
Denieritt, Ella F. 

Gordon 

Jane D. 

Lucian N. 
Denett or Dent, Alexan 

Elizabeth 

Marv L. 
Dennis. Lewis 
Dennison, Hattie E. 
I Dexter, James 

ces are to Genealogical N 



1440-1 

120-viii 

, 71-ii, I II 

22, lS2-vi, 

2S9, 743.A. 

66-i 



918 ; 
-107 I 

461 I 
1127 i 

289! 
1 98-1 v I 

66-i i 

-3' 555 i 

547-1 ! 

71-ii ; 

-i- 37-ii j 

iS9-ii j 

I 



374-i 

374-1" 

900- ix 
900- vii 
1009-iii 

<^3-ix 

I 551 
509-ix 

13S3 

1831-111 

der 17 

17 

1550-1 

570-i 

812-iii 

479-xi 

umbers, not pages 



Berthana 

Emeline 

Emilv 

Mr. 

Dow, Abigail 

Arvilla 

Asa 

Caroline E. 

David 

Ebenezer 

Frank 

George W. 

Hannah 

Jabez 

Joseph 

Martha 

Mary 

Moses 

Mary McClure 

Nancy Jane 

Naomi H. 

Parker 

.Samuel 

Sarah 

Sarah Lawrence 

Seth H. 

William S. 
Downey, Louisa H. 
Downing, Alonzo 

Moses N. 
Downs, Nahum 

Pleuma 

Smith D. 
Drake, Abraham 

.\lmira J. 

David 



401-11 

900-v 

552-i 

257-vi 

1 19-viii 

20-5c-i 

1327-ix 

720 

1 139-iii 

1 1 39-ii 

89- V 

349-v 
;.S7-vii 

' ^>S2 

1470-iv 

822.\-i 

489-11 

297-lii 
109-iv 
627-\' 
-37-v 
3-9 
-37-111 
1310-iii 

224-vu 

495 

495 

1700 

Qoo-vii 

378-vii 

49S-xi:i 

1716 

QOO-V 

118. 24c 

453-''' 

496- iv 

1561-i 

472-vii 

30-1 v 

1526-iii 

1454-iv 

4 53- ii 

1 66-i V 

3-i, 62-iv 



1 56-viii 

" '443 
651-V 

-170 

40^-i 

1 18. I5c-viii 

255. 1 132 

336-ii 
1132-V 

lOII 

6oi-iv 
6;6-ii 

393->i 

1059 

1 1 itViv 

o. 21 

1-77 
127: 



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070 INDEX 


TO A ME 


RICAX GE^•EALOG^ 


'. ALLIED FAMILIES. 




Drake, Denieritt 


705-1 


Eaton, Henry J. 


M33-' 


Evans, Comfort 


467. 
922' 


Kate Clara 


97 7 A 


Jonathan 


836) 


Hannah 


Mary 


6, 2r 


Nancy Libby 


836-! 


Harriet 


1138-i; 


Theodate 


loS 


Sarah Ij. 


568-iv 


Horace 


.i95-'^' 


Drew, Alfred K. 


1163-111 


Edgerly, David 


256-ii 


Mary V. 


1294-iii 


Klizabeth 


1 193 


Deidamia 


^1127 


Mr. 


7 7 4- VI 


Joseph W. 


i49(>v 


Lewis E. 


1192-iii 


Eveleth, F. M. 


1144-iii 


iMehitabel 


224 


S. H. 


922-iii 


John 


645-iii 


Drisco, Judali 


424-n 


Sally 


453 


Everton, Simeon 


•35-'-^ 


Dudley, Ann 


S3-iii 


Edgerton, Abigail 


418 






Julia Ann 


7 50-.xii 


I'ldmunds, Dertha W. 


i39S-iv 


Fairfield, Abigail A. 


'53fr'' 


Stephen 


20-xii 


Col. True 


266-v 


William 


1235-iv 


Thomas 


igr 


Elder, Miriam 


6i-i 


■ Mr. 


567-vii 


Miss 


1338-11 


Eliot, Abigail K., or 


907 


Falconer, H. Bertha 


2174 


Duibrelle, Archange 


. 264 


1:11 iott, I'.etsev 


842 


Fales, Julia 


775-v 


Duniont, Mr. 


n66-i:l 


Daniel >I. 


549-vii 


Zibiah P. 


755 


Dunbar, Sarah 


134 


Joseph Rand 


1327-iii 


Farev, Henrv 


264-ii 


Duncan, John 


3 ' ^-•'^ 


Lois 


2S2, 399 


Farley, J. E.' 


102S-IV 


Dunkley, Jennie 


644 Iv 


Luther J. 


907 


Farmer, David D. 


44C)-viii 


Dunlap, Thomas 


7 18-1 V 


Mary H. S. 


1254 


Farnham, Eliza A. 


'1293 


Dunlop, Azubah 


1 661 


Sarah 


13=7-' 


Freelove 


629 


Dunwell, C. \V. 


lon-i 


Theodore 


503-ii 


Sally 


577 


Durgin, August 


656--i 


W. Plummer 


1 1 28-iv 


Farrar, Jonathan 


114-iv 


Benjamin M. 


1515-ii 


Mr. 


567-i 


Mr. 


190-i 


Elizabeth 


617 


Elkins, Abigail 


88-1 ii 


Farrington, Abigail 


2^3 


Hannah 


17S 


Abigail C. 


1256 


James 


14S9 


James 


197-viii 


Henrv 


123 


Mary Swan 


14S9 


Joanna 


1441 


Huldah 


507 


Farson, jane 


896 


Leonard W. 


742-ix 


Peter 


507 


Robert Bruce 144- 


v,.\ddenda 


McKenzie T. 


742-iv 


Sarah 


1-3. 234 


Farwel', Elizabeth 


*i 2, ^ 


William 743 


A-iv, 1 44 1 


Solomon 


403-vni 


Fassett, .\lmira 


550-vii: 


Durham, ?>Iary A. C. 


1602 


Ellis, Ephraim 


475-vii 


Favor, Aaron 


210-V 


Durkee, John 


1170-iii 


Ephraim C. 


475-vii 


Elizabeth A. 


1096 


Sophronia 


1170-iii 


Ellison, ^Lary A. 


152S-I 


Sarah 


850 


Durrell, John 248 


-vii. 785-ii 


Ellsworth, Ce.ia E. 


760 xi 


Faxon, ]ohn 


SiS-'i 


Martha 


24b-vii 


Edward 


1S3-1V 


Fay, Elizabeth M. 


I ;::o-i 


Dustin, David 


670 


Sarah Jane 


1400 


Fearon, Lilian W. 


1835-iv 


Herbert W. 


iiS2-iii 


Elwood, Mary 


162 


Felch, Robert 


7'iS-iii 


Polly 


670 


Emerson, Charles 


7S9-vi 


Fellows, .Aaron 


iSi-ix 


Samuel 


169-ix 


Helen A. 


387-111 


Alice L. 


1459-ii 


Dutton, Clarinda 


155S 


Samuel 


37-ii 


Daniel 


347 


Dwinnell, Francis 


374-1 


Sally 


357 


Jonathan 


326-v 






Emerj-, Betsey 


31S, 779 


Joseph 


Earle, Miranda 


342-iv 


Caroline A. 


1851 


Josiah 


32S-ii 


Sophia 


643-i 


George W. 


572-ii 


Mary 


1 130 


William 


246-vii 


Grata N. 


•853 


Nancy K. 


1253 


Eastman, Amanda M. 


3-5 


Howard 


1216-li 


Nathaniel 


245-1 


Charles O. 


1655-ii 


J. T. G. 


779-1 


Patience 


616 


Edmund 


1 1 40 


Josiah 2 


6i-ii, 779 


Purcell H. 


lOoS-li 


Esther C. 


1 1 40 


Mary 


11S9 


Samuel 


^-iv, I ;--ix 


Fannv 


774 


Robert L 


61 vl 


Sarah 


::24, 347 


Hannah 


86 


Susan A. 


797 


Mr. 


90-. I 


Henry L. 


217-ili 


Thatcher 


61 5-1 


Ferguson, Joanna E. 


II4^-^ 


John 


570 


Mr. 


I2ivi 


Fernald, .\mos 


172-iii 


Mary 


916 


Emmons, Lydia Hilton 


17S3 


Catherme 


"55 


Obadiah 


4StS-vl 


William Hilton 


1783 


Clara A. 


1301-1 


Stephen 


I23r-iv 


Estabrook, .Anr.a E. 


1863 


Frederick A. 


1173-iii 


Susan L. 


570 


Jane Stannard 


I'X)^ 


Lucinda 


9i;-vi 


Thomas 


471-V 


Etheridge, .Alexander 


3'<^ 


Mr. 


1173-iii 


Mr. 


123-iv 


Sarah 


316 


Ferrin, F.lizabeth 


2S3 


Eaton, Abigail P. 


1 161 


Sarah E. 


9 58 


Ferrv, Joel 


772-iv 


Anna 


670 


Ewer, Elmira Whicher 


478-ii 


Mary Alice 


1512 


Betsey 


670-i 


Eustace. John, or 


446 


Fessenden, Elizabeth 


500 


Cynthiactfe 


499C-ii 


Eustis, Lvdia 


446 


Fields, J(,'hn 


704 


^ David 


'53-'' 


Mr. 


240-vi 


Fifield. Beiiiamin 


»5 


Ebenezer 


625-ii 


Evans, .\braham 


922 


Ebenezer 


SMv 




Rcferenc 


es are to Genealogical Numbers, iic 


t pages. 





i'l.l > 



■/■:;;■ M 





INDEX 


TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. 


ALL 


lED FAMILIES. 


077 




Fifield, Hannah i 


44, 14S, 7-4 


P"ogg, Rebecca F. 


i6So 


French, Elizabeth G. 


57S 




Hiram 


7S2-iv 


Folsom, Elizabeth 


37 




Israel 


177-iii 




Jacob 


jS-iv 


Hannah 


303 




J. M. 


1302-i 




John ('lifford 


54-iv 


James 476- 


, 646-vi 




Jemima 


190 




Joseph 


54-v 


John 


40-iv 




John '3"i'ii '77 


vi, 366 




Lydia 


404 


John T. 


n70-i 1 




Lucian 


649-v 




Mary 


5' 


Judith 


742 




Lucy 


4S2 




Mehitabel 


15 


Nicholas 249-v, 250-iii 


-741-V11 , 




Lavinia 


366 




Peter 


370 


Noah 


269-i 




Martha 


3f,6-v 




Rachel 


•^7 


Peter 37, 250-ii 


, 646-vi 




Mehitabel 


22I-i 




Sarah 


370. 7-1 


Rhoda 


209 




Polly 


94 




Smith 


7S2-xii 


Sarah 


S59 




.Samuel 177-ii 


, 2iS-ii 




Stephen 


s&\ 


Thos. J. 


1147-vii . 




Sarah 


--5 




Sumner 


3^1-111 


V. Estelle 


6;3-iii 




Sarah J. 


1463 




Susan 


741-ii 


Mr. 


66 




William 


361-i 




Files, Maria \V. 


1 1 5S-i 


Foote, Ellen Leora 


17S1 




Mr. 


1 4 59-" 




Robert 


1 1 ;S-i 


Sally 


55- 


Frost, Anna A. 


141 > 




Fish, Allen 


39S 


Forbes. Sarah 


500 


Frothingham, iJeborah R. 


767 




Charlotte 


398 


Forbush, Lovina 


^^33''^''' 


Frye, Huldah E. 


'5-4 




Sarah E. 


736-^' 


F"ord, Abigail 


12S2 




Tohn E. 


•5-4 




Fisher, Charles 


394 


Betsey 


730 




Pollv 


776 




Francis 


639-ix 


John 


105-vi 


Fl 


Her, A. W. 


949-11 




Fisk, Lavinia 


7S5-vii 


Luella 


1228-iii 




David 


5iS-i 




Fitch, Martha 


'355 


Moses 


849-ii 




Elizabeth 


S9 




Mr. 


263-i 


Mr. 


20-viii 




Leonora 


6r2-i 




Fitts or Fitz, Betsey 


359. 93- 


Forsvth, Mr. 


1140-V 




S. A. 


555-vii 




Daniel 


93- 


Forward, Joseph 


418-i 




Sarah 


244 




Ebenezer 


93--i 


Forrest, Martha E 


776-i 




Sophia 


5S9 




Fanny 


361-111 


Foss, Chastina W. 


5-5 




Worthen 


531-vii 




Hannah 


360 


David 


361 


Fullerton, Hannah 


534 




Nathaniel 


55'--^ 


Eliphalet J. 


1 43 1 -VI 


Fulton, Herbert R. 


S42-!il 




R. Jane 


55 1 -X 


Hannah 


3^1 


Furber, Olive 


499 




Ruth Emma 


93^ -i 


Marv Jane 


1546 










Fitzgerald, Lucretia 


591-ii 


Mary S. 


105S 


G 


ige, Joseph B. 


iiSS-iv 




Flagg, William V. L. 


743A-xii 


Richard 


570-i 


G 


lie, Amos 


773 




Dr. 


55-iv 


Mr. 


66-iii 




Andrew J. 


1191-iv 




P'landers, Alma 


744-iii 


Foster, Anne R 


15S5 




Bartholomew 


63-vi:i 




Eleanor 


761 


Artemas 


995 




Deborah 


270 




Hopkins 


9^7 


Hannah 


162 




John 1S2 


. 29S-vi 




Irenia 


926 


Millie A. 


1341-iv 




Joseph 


65-viii 




Joseph 


3^3-'^''' 


Nancy T. 


ii2S-ii 




Mary Jane 


605-iv 




Julie F. 


1676-i 


Priscilla 


995 




Mercv 


773 




Lavinia H. 


927 


Sarah N. 


848-1 




Patty 


loi-iii 




Mary C. 


1333 


William 


479-i 




Rebecca Adams 


946 




Nancv D. 


928 


Fo>vler, Abiier 


759-viii 




Stephen 


2IO-i 




Rufus 


^^33-'^ 


Betsey 


627 




Susan 


1S2 




Stephen 


293-xiii 


Elizabeth K. 


1500-ii 




Thomas J. 


64;-! V 




Fletcher, Eliza 


94S 


Etta Jane 


1410-iii 


G 


ingluff, Ann 


ii66-i 




Hezekiah 


421-iv 


Hannah 


105 


G 


ano, Lewis 


1115-ii 




Jonathan 


948 


Talbot T. 


386-ii-iv 


G 


ardner, Benjamin 


296-v5i 




Mary M. 


773-v 


Mr. 


262-vii 




Hannah 


163-vii 




Theodore C. 


945-iv 


Fox, Benjamin 


67-i 




Lewis C. 


1 1 39-ii 




William E. 


742-iii 


Edward 


26q 




Susan 


4-- 




Flint, Elizabeth 


434 


Polly 


269 


G 


arland, Anna Florence 


262-iv 




John C. 


16S-V 


Freeman, Eliza A. 


752-11 




Charles Z. 


579-ii 




Joseph 


1470-V 


Elizabeth ii40-i 


II ;9-iii 




Ebenezer 


75-i 




Maria 


S65 


Lavinia 


75=-'» 




Jacob 


1 2-ii 




Mary 


6S6 


French, Abigail 


M3 


|. 


Joseph 7V 


. -77-''i 




Fogg, Abraham 


16S0 


Barziliai 


43-v> 




Mary 


.S03-V 




Betsey 


95 


Betsev A. 


iiSo 


G 


arvin. Mary E. 


I 202 




Jonathan 


107-ii 


Caleb 


405-ii 


G 


ary. Hannah 


S7:: 




Josiah 


406 


Charlotte B. 


20qo 


G 


atchell. or Getchell, 






Margaret 


342-i 


Charlotte J. 


1078 




Angelia H- 


559-vi 


% 


Nancy 


406 


Clarissa S. 


2iS-ii 




Anvella M. 


i7So-ii 




Olive 


291 


Elizabeth 


141 


j 


David 


753 




Phebe 


• 9^4 


' Eliz.abeth F. 


1327-i 




Patience 


753 






Referen 


ces are to Geuealoijical Numbers, n 


Ot I 


jages. 





678 



INDEX 



TO AMERICAN GENEAEOGV.—ALLIED 



FAMILIES. 



Gates, Sarah Joseph! 
Gay, Anna Maria 
Gentleman, Jonathan 

Joseph 
George, Currier 
Daniel 
Mary 
Nathan 15. 
Stephen 
Ursula 
Washington 

Mr. 

Gerrish, Hannah 

Josiah 
Geward, P>ancis 
Gibbs, Sarah 
Gibson, fames 
Jane 
-Mary 
Polly 
Gilbert, Frank 
George 
Hannah 
Gile or Giles, Abigail 
Sarah 
William 
Gillar, Mary 
Gillett, Israel 
Mary M. 
(iilman, Alice E. 
Amasa K. 
Andrew P. 
Antipas 
Deborah 
Dolly 
Dudley 
— Elizabeth 
Ella C. 
Farrena 
\ ' Enoch 
Israel 
James 
Joanna 
John L. 
Jonathan 
Joseph 
Joshua 
Katherine M. 
Maria 
Maverick 
Mehitabel 
Moulton J. 
Prudence 
Robert 
Samuel 
Sarah 
Sarah A. 
Winthrop 

Gilmore, Mr. 

Gilpatiick, Maria 
Ginp, F. 
Girdy, Joel 

Gladding, Sarah Elien 
Glazier, Caroline A. 
Gieason, Reuben 
William h. 



573"' Glenn, R.J. 
9-o-i ' Glidden, Abigail 
579-vi : Abigail N. 

579-^ li j Mary 

3541' (' Samuel 

145-ii I Mr. 

j^J'-vii I Glines, Charles M. 



Mary 

Sallv 

■' Mr. 

Godfrey, Harriet 

Mehitabel 

Jonathan 
Colder, .Alice E. 
Goldsmith, Abraham 
I i3^S-iv ' Good, Elizabeth 

Goodale, Caroline Sophia, or' "388 
145-iv 



ii::9-i 
718 
-iS 
i7S-iv i 
130-iv I 
131-ii I 

224-ix : 

479-iv 



1321-i I Gove, Edward 

-7 

1151 

184 

/SS-v 

655-iii 

M92-ii : 

7411 



513 , Goodell, Danie, 
-65 I Goodamote, Ada L. 
570 ; Goodhue, Eliza 
;3'-iv ' Elizabeth M. 

oS-'^ Goodrich, George, or 
552A Goodridge, Laura Ann 

303 Mary Ann 

497-i Samuel 

190-V ; Goodwin, .\lbion 
-Alonzo A. 
Ezra. 
Richard 

. . ^fr. 

050-1 i Goold, Gershom L or 
1442-11 , Gould, Hannah 
49^ i James 

191 j Joseph 

277 I Lois 

114-i Gordon. .Vle.xander 
.-Vlma Woodman 
Araminta 
Clarissa 
David 
Dudley 
George W. 
Jesse 
Kimball 
Lvdia 
Mary 
Xancy 
Nathaniel 
Sarah 
Stephen L. 
Gorin, J. p. 
Gorrie, Peter D. 
7S4 Gorton, George 
234-xi ; Goss, Elizabeth Ann 



17 

17 

X705 

. 45-iii 
1167-vl 



1508-iii 
152-i 

2171-i 



67, 496 

1361-i : 
548-ii : 

5f6-i : 

72, 191 

205-i 

2S6ii 

ir54-iii 

40-vi, 496 

72-vi 

iS-ii 

1790 

737-i 

40-vi 

4S8 

1506-i 



65.5 

2St>-l| 
950-iv 
76.S-.xi 



Jane 
John P. 
Lydia 
Mary A. 
Robert 
William 



1114-ii Gott, Betsev 



924-1 
1149 viii 



C.S2-i 

469- ii 



George 
Gove, .-\bigail 
.\nn 

Charlotte 
f-benezer 



Emily 
Jacob' 
Judith 
Levi 
Luna A. 
Mary 
Miriam 
Nathaniel 
i2i-i I Gowan, fohn C. 
•20-v , Gowdy, Wentworth 
Gowei'l, Sarah .\. 
Grace, Aaron 

Mary 

Grarfam, Loui«a 

Mary J. 

Rebecca 

Iheodure 

1459-vii ; Wright 

731-ivi Mr. 

1 137 I Graham, Area 
200-iv H. F. 

626- iv Jennie 

626-i Rev. John 

2or-vii Granger, Mr. 

5S2-iii , Grant, Thomas 
55S-ii Villa M. 

153-i I Z. B. 

153-vii ■ Graves, .Abigail 
ii54i-x; Alvah 

1325-V1 :' Ella M. 
99; Jacob 

99 1 Jeremiah 

258 iii I Margaret 

639-xi ' Simeon 

70 Susan E. 

599 William Si 

552-i.x Mr. 

^^33 ( Gray. .Andrew 
4Si-iv Clara M. 

6r4-iii i Elizabeth 

f'49vi j Samuel H. 

4S4-.V Greeley, Gilman 
855 Levi 

70 Samuel 

665 Sarah 

113' Susan 

372-v Greene, Addison 

212 I Adeline H. 

549-v Benjamin 

iSr2-i Bradbury 

53"^'i Hannah 

+30;vi Hannah Elizabeth 

568-v Jacob 

'317 Joshua T. 

13'/ j Laura 

9»4i Lucinda 

458] Marv 10.3. 

13-"' ; Marv Helen 

746-i I Mary Kimball 

745 I Orrin 

■45-'' Sarah 

9 , Simon P. 

Mr. S29-ii 



5-'. 7. 9 
41 i-v 

369-iii 

27 

1009 

1870 

642 

411-V 

I44i-i.\ 

224-ii 

S3S-vi 

871-11 

743-^ 

•876 

880 

S75 
334-Jv 

S75 

335-'-;^ 

727 

1 584-11 

looS-ii 

lo-vi 

99-i 

221-.X 

2160 

i6oo-i 

653 

268-ii 

9i-!ii 
6; 



244-viii 

432-vi: 

-iii, I ;6-vii 



II ;8 



659 Greenleaf, Jane 
5-N 27 Marv 

References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. ' 



13S5 

1 1 58 

I610-.X 

'3S-^^ 
481-1 

135-i-^ 

1430 

249 

I2c8-u 

ri82 

'13 

23-" 

452-vi 

ic^3 
23-ii 

743-^-iii 

1179-i 

696 

290, 695 



536-vii 

59- 113 

499K-iii 

;, 932-vi 

i497-!i 

6S4 



lUh'i (iH' la/ — ,^j/m;-."- ••^/•■fi-iJ' 



;-';fn.'' 






INDEX TO AMERICAN- GENEALOGY.— ALLIED FAMILIES. 



679 



Greenleaf, Olive 
Paul 
Sarah 
Greenough, Ephraim A 
Greenwood, A. M. 
Gregg, Mary E. 
Gregory, John 

Mary C. L. 
. Griffin, Hannah 

James Addison 

Lillian 

Ruth R. 
Griffith, Samuel 

Mr. 

Grinnell, Cynthia 
Grosvenor, David A. 

Edwin Augustus 

Edwin P. 
Grover, Bannister 

Ellen M. 

Polly 
Grow, Phylabe 

Timothy D. 
Gulliver, Mary C. 
Guptill, Abigail J. 

David Foster 

Olive Jane 
Gurdy, Samuel 

Hackett, H. A. 
Hadley, Anne 
Hadlock, Jonathan 
Joseph 
Winthrop 
Hakes, Clara \V. 
Hale, Anne 
Calvin 
Ezra 

Herman T. 
John C. 
Valetta 
Haley, Josiah 
N. Emma 
Hall, Abram 
Catherine 
Daniel 
Edward G. 
Elihu 
Elijah 
Ella 
Hannah 
Tohn 
Julia F. 
Mary 
Mary E. 
Moses 
Phebe 
Sarah 
Stephen 
Ham, Emily 
Hamblett, Elizabeth 
Hamilton, Maj. Henry 
Ham.lin, Charles H. 
Hammond, Charlotte 
Olive 
William 



536-vi I Hammons. Koscoe 11. 
157-i I fiancock, ["hn 
405 ] Hanks, Huldah 
1229-i I Hannaford, J. R. 
Ii44-viii| John 

loii-iiij Sarah Jane 

11901 Hannahs, Mr. 

1 190 ' Hanna, Robert 
3S ! Hansconib, Eunice 
799-i' ! Hanson, Harriet 15. 
6S4-vii I Judith 

503 I Mary 

629-ii I Harding, Susan A. 
66-vi j Hardy, "Hannah 
99.)-i ! Mary 

10S2 i Harlow, George 
ioS2-i i Harnden, James 

10S2 j Judah D. 

42S-vi j ■ Miriam 
1040 ! Harper, Joseph C. 
i45-'i'» 7S7 i Harraden, Frank S. 
Mary L. 
Timothy A. 
Harriman, Asenath 
Charles 
David 
Mary 
Harrington, Abigail Co 

Lovina 
Harris, Is. 
Mark 
Phebe M. 
Harrod, Benjamin 
Harriet 



570-iii Haynes, Joseph H. 



7S2-VII1 

1555 

«77 

590-iv 

2170 
126-iv 

1831-ii 

485-111 
155-iv 

401-vi 



17S6 I Harvey, John 



145' 

i-^34-i 

49'-ii 

iiSSi-iii 

413-xi 
1234-i 
559-x j 

1730 I 

186-ii I 

15761 

223 I 

i527-.xiv' 

1 4301 V 

402 
I430-V 

223 

iiS-iii ! 
1154x1 

40 r I 
i527-.\iii i 

401 t 

402 1 
128 1 

37S-viii I 
1 1 24 I 

1 499-' ' 
. iSio-ii 

375-iiij 
573 
396-M 
573' 



Jane 
I "Mary R. 

I Harwood, Martha \V 
i Haskell, Mehitabel 
j Hatch, Allethina 
Evelyn 
Harriet 
Tames 
Joel 
Lucia 
Lydia 
Sylvia B. 
William 
Hathaway, A. Judson 
Francis P. 
Leonard 
Russell 
Hawes, David C. 
Hayes. Eli 
Ezekiel 
John 
John P. 
Samuel P. 
Sarah 
William 

Mr. 

Havnes. Caleb B. 
' David 
George H. 
John Jason 
John M. 



4 

1125 

742-111 

498-1 

1526-1 

1118-V 

153-V 

494 

1276-V 

3-^o 

5S9 

872-i 

480-iii 

335 
241-vii 

335-vii 
880-iv 
8So-ii 

535-xi 
601-v 
601-v 
6or-v 
646-ii ; 

I2I4-ii I 

746-.X i 

149S i 

bb 3S4 I 

475-viii j 

403-ix I 

94-viii I 

1516-vi 

451 j 

451 I 

493-xi i 

189 I 

1 155: 
1632 

311 ' 
8r2| 
940" 
403-ii 
374- iv 
809 
809 

8t2 



.Martha 
Mary A. 
Nathaniel P. 
I Prudence 

i Sarah 

Susan 
Hazeltme.HazIeton or 
Eben 

Mary Ann 
1 Nancy J. 

j Stephen 

Stillman 
Thomas 
Heagan, Sally 
Healey, Jane X. 
Samuel 
William 
Heard, Clarissa 
Heath, Abel 
; Edwin G. 

! Hazen 

i Jacob 

John 
Johnson 
-Marv J. 
Olive W. 
Nathaniel 
Pattv 
Priscilla 
Wm. l'. 

Mr. 

Helmer, C. Blanche 
Henderson, .^da E. 
Charles H. 
Lucius R. 
Mary 
Henry, Robert 
Henson, Kate S. 
Herrick, Eliz. Swasey 
Hannah S. 
Nath'I 
Sarah 
Hersey, Sam'l F. 

Hervey, Mr. 

Sarah ) 



1805-1 
i2.;4-i 
432-iii 

579-v 

658-111 

147 Viv 

505-2 

II42 

506-vi 

823-ii 

905, 1 142 

vii, 506-vi 

1473-'^ : 

216-X ; 

351 I 

1398-11 I 

1113-111 I 

560-Xvi ' 

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182- 



•"2 ^Tj oar 

00^ ^Hewes, ^ \ 1 

oor Solomon j 

881 I Hibbard, Nabby 

Hickev, Kate 

Higbee, Isabella M. 

" Polly 

Hight. Maha'a 

Hilborn, [ames 

Hill or lijlls. Aaron 

Arthur P. 

Betsev 

Brvan S. 

Edwin Eli 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth M. 

Jonathan 

Joseph 

Josiah 

L. A. 

Laura A. 

Nancv P. 



352-iv 

5'2 

944-1 V 

1 360- vii 

196 

351 

"77 

Hasseltine, 

640-ii 

'370 

"53 

484-ii 

484-i 

237-vi 

707 
1185 

9-i 
9-i 

359-vi 

I22S-iii 

35S-.X 

552-iv 

20i-ii 

719-V 

684 

1205 

2CO-ix 

5C7 

731-i 

923-vii 

113;-! 

1415 
601-iii 
601-iii 
601-iii 

420 
iii6-ii 
1150-i 

747 

490-iii 

747. 74S 

74S 
571-11 
1 34-ix 



626 
1466-i: 

4S8 
552-viii 

02C-!ii 

7S5-ix 

II ;-vi 

520. 1526 

1 165-ni 

1 1 S6-iv 

200i-ii 

1667-i 

1234-ii 

q 

1526 

1055-ii 

ioS7-ii 

112-; 



i'.M}^.>i aaiJiA — . i:)t'.J' M/Hy ;-:/.\' 



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: I I 



ObO INDEX 


TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. ALLIED FAMILIES. 




Hill, or Hills, Trueworthy 347-''' 


H 


osmer, Harriet L. 


i66o-ii 


Huntley, Ezra 


555-v 


Velorus 'I'. 




Si6-ii 




\V. 11. 


iiC7-ii 


Lydia 


535-" 


Hilliard, iJenj. 




35 


H 


oughton, Mary 


601 


Huntoon, Dolly 


63S 


Hannah 




65 


1 H 


oust(jn, James 


629-i 


Kate 


926-iv 


Joseph Chase 




65 




Jefferson 


So7-iv 


Huntress, John G. 


375-i 


Rachel 




S3 


1 


Margaret A. 


676 


Hurlburt, Henry C. 


S44-1V 


Stephen 




So-i 


! J^ 


ovey, Frederick H. 


lySi-ii 


Huse, Rachel 


744 


Hinckley, Frances 


M. 


1 82 5 




Susan 


O32 


William 


744 


Hinds, Alfred M. 




7S5-V 


H 


oward, Emilv Frye 


S18 


Hutchms, Elmer E. 


92S-vi 


Hinman, Anna K. 




1209 




Newton 


1431-ii 


Ruth 


76S-xi 


Hiscox, Adelaide 




2000-iii 




Sophia A. 


1584 


■ Stephen 


222-v 


Rosa A. 




S9S-ii 


i if 


owe or Howes, E. 


669-iii 


' Hutchinson or Hutchis 


on. 


Hoag, H oegg.orl lo 


gue, 


Ada652-ix 




Ebenezer 


509-viii 


Daniel 


4S2-iii 


Lydia A. 




906 


1 


F. C. 


572-ii 


> James 


1149-ii 


John 




354-i 


i 


Izah S. 


1055-'' 


Leonard 


432-iv 


Nancy 




483-v 




John 


490-viii 


Margaret A. 


706 


Hobbs, Abigail 


19S, 27S, 341 




Julia 


700-ii 


Matthias 


166-viii 


Chas. W. 




1193-iv 




Nancy Janet 


1148-iv 


Hvatt, Mary Louise 


1 57 1 


Hannah 




47S 


H 


oyt,Hoit, or Hoitt, Abigail 446-v 


Hyde, John 


1544 


James 




179 




Andrew 


1512 


Mary Ann 


1544 


Joseph 




19S 




Asa 


926-ii 


Sarah Cornelia 


985 


Josiah H. 




14S9 




Benjamin 


613, 821-n 






Lucy 




179 




Ketsey 


368 


Ida, George H. 


1752-ii 


Miriam 




34:^ 




Bina '473- 


, Addenda 


Ingalls, Josiah 


759-^1 


Nancy 




iSo-iii 




Charlotte 


S2i-ii 


Judith 


478 


Noah 




300-iii 




Daniel M. 


476-viii 


Sarah 


972 


Sarah H. 




14S9 




Deborah 


363 


Ingham, Betsey Ann 


1 1 38 


Stephen 




359-ii 




Elizabeth 


153- 


Fanny M. 


1 1 39 


Mr. 




83S-V 




Hannah 


285 


Phebe W. 


1132-iv 


Hodge, Martha 




720-v 




Harriet 


1S05 


Temperance Smith 


488-1 v 


Hodges, Phebe A. 




590 




Huldah 


613 


Irish, Catherine R. 


, 440 


Hodgdon, Amy W 




1490 




John 


211 


James H. 


1489-iii 


Demas 




37S-1X 




John N. 


1579 


Mercy 


49 vi 


Hannah 




-33' 1143 




John W. 


4So-iii 


Irwin, Jennie 


S'9S-i 


Israel 




206-ii 




Joseph 


56-ii, 363 






John 




-33 




Kimball 


536-viii 


Jackson, Eli 


336-iv 


Joshua 




1143 




Laban 


807-ii 


Joseph 


76S 


Lillian Knight 




1 489-1 i 




Laura E. 


1197-ii 


Nellie 


842-vi 


Hogins, Hannah 




395 




Lavinia 


44 7 -i 


Samuel P. 


747-v 


Holbrook, Abiah 




1901 




Louisa 


363-i 


Susan 


76S 


Samuel 




1901 




Marv A. 


1579 


Jacobs, Daniel M. 


;6o-vii 


Holden, Ambrose 




311-viii 




Molly 


211 


Kate E. 


' 1043 


Holman, Giistavus 




1131-i 




Rhoda 


1330 


Mr. 99-iii. 


1S7. S6i-ii 


Holmes, Edw. A. 




94S-i 




Sarah P. 


912 


James, j!enjamin 


26 


Holstein, Marion 




IC13 




William 


'330 


Edmund 


89 


Holt, Charles 




749-vii 


Hubbard, Hannah 


22I-i 


Elizabeth 


250 


Daniel 




1470-ii 




John 


I1S4 


Israel 


31-ii, ic6 


Emily E. 




428-v 




Sarah 


1528-ii 


Joseph 


H9-W 


Franklin 




757-vi 




Susan 


I 184, 1200 


Martha A. 


SC@9 


Lucinda 




757-ix 


Huckins, Thos. 


331-il 


Prisciila 


89 


' Sarah L. F. 




1508-11 


Hi 


dson, Charles 


806-i 


Sarah 


106 


Hook, Dyer 




492 


Hi 


nhes, Ann 


960 


Susannah 


26 


Elizabeth 


144, 


Addenda 




^Thos. N. 


1231-ii 


Thomas 


31-ii 


Eliza 




615-i ! 


Hl 


Ice, Mr. 


901-iv 


Jameson, Given 


Il4i-!ii 


Hannah 




100, 492 


Hi 


11, Marv 


706 i 


John M. 


1141-iii 


Jacob 


144. 


Addenda i 


Huiikins, Geo. ^^'. 


7^4-1 ' 


Janvrin. Eliza B. 


1 084 


James 




1326-i 




Robert 


-37-ii j 


Jefferson 


10S4 


Joseph 




615-i 1 


Hunt, Abraham P. 


473-11 


Jaques, Charles 


513-iii 


Josiah 




QU'-ii ! 




C. P. 


1137-i 


Marv 


773-' 


Mary or 




13-6 : 




Desdemona 


9491 


Mary C. 


1203 


Sarah 


144, 


Addenda ; 




Lisette G. 


1331-^' 1 


Samuel 


5c6-iii 


Hookley, 'Sh. 




4:^ ■ 




Lucinda 


«77S| 


Smion 


12C3 


Hooper, Eva 




12S6I 




Lvdia S. 


1077 1 


Thomas M. 


1191-V 


Hannah 




1116 i 




M'arv F. 


794 1 


William 


984-1 


Hopkins, Cora A. 




1302-ii 1 




Philip 


794 i 


Jaquith, Achsah 


662 


Hopkinson, Susan 




441 • 




Ruth 


737 ' 


Nathan 


662 



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IXDKX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. ALLIED FAMILIES. 



68l 



Jay, Elmira 
Jaynes, Phebe 
Jeffrey, John 
Jenkins, Henry 
Jenks, Frank i:> 
Jenness, Heiining W. 
Eliza 
Polly 
Richard 
John 
Thomas 
Jewell, Charlotte 

John T. 
Jewett, Edwin C. 
John P. 
Mary 

Mary Choate 
Nancy 
Nathaniel 

Mr. 

Johnson, Albert T. 
Alice Jane 
Ashahel 
Benjamin 
Betsey 

Enoch 280 

Ezekiel 
Frances 
' George W. 
Plarriet A. 
Harriet M. 
Henry White 
Herman 
Joel 

Joseph 7 

Kate M. 
Lydia 
Mary 
Mary H. 
Moses 
Nathaniel 
Oscar 
Col. P. 
. Ruth 
Sarah 
Sarah Ann 
Sarah B. 
Susan 
Zebulon S. 
Jones, Abigail 

Amos 144-iv, 

Anna Alzina 
Clara M. 144-iv, 
Edgar A. 
P^liza Smith 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth H. S. 

Gardner M. 
Giles 
H. A. 

John H. 6 

Joseph 

Josiah 

Laura 

Lois 



6S-i, 



lOO-V 



34 



4T7-V Jones, Lydia H 

62S Mailliu 

1476-i Mary 

r433-v Mary 

979-iii Mary E. 

r 38-11 Oscie 

7S2 Stevens S. 

352 Jordan, James 
38-ii, -,52 James W. 

138-ii L. S. 

1 38- ii Mary M. 

729 ; Judkins, Ann M. 
666-i I Elbridge 

1413-xiiil Mary 

423-ii : Mary J. 

1202 ' Moses 

79 : Rebecca 

1025 , Susanna 

1202 

66-x Kane, J. F. 
470-iii Keach, Eiiphrata M 
897-i Kearney, fohn S. 
126-i , Keith, Adna P. 
302-iii Kellogg, George D. 
Kelley, Abigail, or 
Kelly, Daniel 
Isaac 
[acob 
John S. 
Lucy 
Lydia 
Mary Ann 
Micajah 
Peter 
Polly 
Ruth 
Sarah 
Sarah Jane 
William 
Kelsey, Moses 

Mr. 

Kempton, Eugene J. 
Kendall, Gilman 

Julia 
Kennedy, William 
Kenney, Isaac 

Lucinda 
Kennison.Kenniston orK 
Deborah 
Elizabeth A., 
Emilv 
Sarah 
Winnie M. 
Kent, Cecilia 
Dorothy 
Keser, John 
Kimball, Amos 
Ann 
David 
Ebenezer 
Edwin 
Edwin C. 
Elizabeth 
Everett 
Gilman 
Harriet H. 



55S-V 
345-'' 

144-iv, Addenda 
1310-iii 
1 196-i 
144-iv, Addenda 
214-i : 
'334-11 , 
925-i j 
1669! 

94b-iii I 

356! 
94S-iii 
iio-vii I 

169 



7^5 
-VI. 773-iv 
24i-ii 
1484 
767-iii 
1468 
1630 
1 1 20-i 
S6g-u ' 
450-iv i 
87-i, 119S ' 

875-1 j 

1198 : 
iii, 773-vi 
■ 577-vii 
1443-viii 

553-iii 

■11, 757-vii 

308 

1309 

744-1" 

1167 

7S7-iii 

i66 

Addenda 

1531-iii 

Addenda 

iS23-ii 

1210 

700 

144-iv, 

Addenda 

iSsi-i 

1859 

1655-iii 

29-vii-viii 

iio-i.x 

264-vi 

'535 
1859 



Kimball, Isaac 
Isaac X. 
Jeremiah S. 
Joseph 
Luther 
-Mary 
Matthias 
Mehitabel 
William 
King. Alpheus 

Mavnard E. 
Kingsbury, Marv S. 

Xancy 
Kinman, Nellie G. 
Kinney, William V. 
Kinsman, Esther 
William 
126 j Kirkland, Caroline 
Joseph 
500-iii Louisa W. 

1 135 I Theodosia 

1476-V Kitchen, Rachel 
579-iii i Knapp, Albert G. 
626-i Kniuhc, Abigail 
Charles H. 
Edmund 
Joseph 
Maria Mead 
Mary E. 
Miranda 
William R. 

Mr. 

Knowles, Elbridge C 
Emma L. 
John A. 
Mary J. 
Knowlton, Anna E. 
John 
Joseph 
Lucv 
Sally H. 
Kumle, 



1 87 
:-vii 
1 2S-ix 

649! 
550x11 j 

334 ! 
650 ; 

1903! 
650 j 

335-i' I 

65-ii ; 

649' 

870 I 
1194-iii 
485-iv 



1432-111 
427-vii 
1 524-iv 
1 120-vii 
491-viii 

491 

nniston, 

124 

109S 

1525 

77S 

656-v 

1584-iii 

" '499 

3'S-iv 

153-viii 

170- 

446-vi 

1 146 



- Mr. 

Ladd, Asa 
Clarissa 
Daniel Tilton 
Dorothy 
Edward 
Harriet 



John lo-i, iQj-Lx 
Josiah 
Moses 
Pollv 
Sally 
Lake. David 
Martha 
Thomas 
Lakin, losephine 
Lally, Elizabeth 
Lamb, Amanda 
353-ii Leonora 

49t-^vi Lambert. Amelia B. 
15. 279 Herbert 

152-iii Lamos, Keziah H. 
1789 "Lamprey, Asa 
1442-iii Daniel 



1497-1 

1 497-1 

465-iii 

52-v 

496-vi 

3S3. "46 

465-iii 

24S 

-ii, 427-viii 

40 1 -X 

;7C-iii 

' 2055 

1 166 

2121 

r53-viii 

413 

4«3 

rgoi 

1901 

1 901 

773-v 
1810-V 

7S8 

1331-iv 

768-x 

788 

1202-iii 
154S 
1 164 

1202-iii 

S38-vii 

2S7-ix 

171 5-i 

2S7-vii 

760-viii 

3^9 

4S2-11 
iii8-i 

63' 

1029- ii 

26S-i 

SaS 

1178-ii 

102 

ricxS 

1108 

xii. 193-;} 

191 

693-vi 

501 

'91. 759 

492-ui 

262 

262 

;89-ix 

; 9^^3 
629-iii 
iC)Oc-vi 
t3ot-v 
76S-vii 
649-iii 
Soviii 



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062 INDEX 


TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY 


. — A LI 


,IED FAMILIES. 




Lamprey, Eli 


803-iii 


Leavitt, Levet, or Lovit, 




Longley, Sally 


427 


J. L. 


I ;27-.\i 


Jo.se[)ii 


107-iv 


Loomis, Elam 


6^0-iii 


Luella A. 


653-ii 


Joseph Melcher 


i3'3 


Lord, Abraham 4<>6-viii,'i 159 


Maria F. 


'753 


Louisa Augusta 


'313 


Betsey 


"59 


Nancy J. 


1366 


Lydia 


597 


Betsey E. 


55S 


Lamson, Joseph 


60-iv 


Martha .\nn 


460 


Betsey T. 


59» 


Lancaster, Seus 


521 


Moses 71-V, 10; 


•-HI, 01 q 


James 


"59 


Thomas 


521 


Nathaniel :o7-iv, iSi-ii 


John 


57 5- v iii 


Lander, Geo. B. 


1366-i 


Paul 


335-""' 


John L. 


-33-^^' 


Lane, Alonzu 


271-V 


Phebe J. 


1056 


Rachel 


1568 


Anna 


S14 


Rachel Waldo 


900 


Sarah 


562 


Charles J. 


51 5- V 


Ruth 


45 


Mr. 


9-vn 


Edward E. 


iiS2-i 


Samuel 


28S-i 


Loring, Clarendon 


1470-iii 


Ellen M. 


i203-ii 


Sarah E. 


1461 


Lougee, Ann 


735 


Hannah M. 


236-i 


Smith 


2 5^i 


Charles 


777-iv 


Jeremiah 


26-vii 


Stephen 


94-v 


David 


1175 


John i82-i\, 1 1 


S7, 1450-ii 


Thomas 


597 


Mary 


"75 


Jonathan 


S14 


William Sanborn 


1008-1 


Nancy 


"74 


Joshua 


26-vii 


Leighton, Hiram 


224-x 


Nehe'miah 


646-i 


Lovina 


775-viii 


Mary H. 


1431 


Lovejoy, Abigail 


377 


Luba Ann 


1565 


Polly S. 


496 


Eben 


498-11! 


Lucy Maria 


11S7 


Thomas 


i22S-ii 


Phineas 


377 


Luther 


750-i 


Leiand, Warren 


831-1 


Lovering, Betsey 


749, 7S0 


Martha 


1450-ii 


Leonard, Cary M. 


1195-i 


or Loverin, Ebenezer 


22-i 


Nancy 


So3-ii 


Charles 


121-V 


John 22-i 


662, 7S0 


Sarah 


Si 


Elizabeth 


984-11 


John W. 


1 33 1--'' 


Samuel 


81, iS2-i.\ 


Lewis, Hczekiah B. 


876-i 


Lydia 


780 


Ward 


So3-ii 


Malinda J. 


1506 


Mary Ann 


662 


William 


1204 iii 


Marv A. 


1046 


Nathaniel 


285-i 


Lang, Andrew J. 


581-ii 


Mary E. 


• 150S 


Samuel 


1334 


David 


176-vii 


Solomon 


330- ■^iii 


Sarah 


. 358 


Geo. W. 


49$-viii 


Libbv or Libl^ev. Frank F. 


iio8-ix 


Susan 


1334 


Hiram H. P. 


553-viii 


Ruth A. 


1063 


Thomas 


749 


Samuel 


176-ix 


Sarah E. 


1 301 


Miss 


77S 


Langford, Martha F. 


944 


Simon 


119-ii 


Lowell. Betsey 


337 


Langley. Andrew 


266-iv 


Lindlev, Asa 


401-viii 


James 


127-vin 


JEmma E. 


1277-v 


Mary 


449 


Joseph 


P 


Langmaid, Charles A. 


i39S-iii 


Passmore 


449-vi 


Lucy 


63 


Edward 


1398-1 


Robert 


449- iv 


Miriam 


335 


Larcom, Lydia W. 


1 584-11 


Linnell, Enoch 


62-iii 


Lowry, Alice J. 


1S53-V 


Larrabee, Moses 


i6t-i 


Linscott, Betsey 


577-v 


Lucas, Henry 


1500-i 


Ivary, Deborali J. 


ii6i-i 


Lippitt, Mr. 


752-viii 


Ludwig, Kate 


7>2-iv 


Josiah 


304-iv 


Lithgow, Annie E. D. 


"16S3 


Lummus. Harriet M. 


'1S35 


Lawrence, Clara I). 


842-vii 


Little, James M. 


629-vi 


Lunt, Mr. 


r.6--vi 


S. D. 


1 1 53-ii 


Moses 


641-1 


Lydston, Lucy M. 


'1302 


Laws, George V. 


55S-iv 


Littlefield, Abiel 


375-n 


Lvford, Alice 


139 


Leach, Elizabeth 


64 


Ada E. 


1433-iii 


Bvlev 


140 


Elizabeth Hervev 


1823 


Persis 


768-xi 


D. >ialvina 


i2;S-i 


Giles 


,823 


Livingston, Martha S. 


1447 


Elizabeth 


230 


Levi 


1 184-11 


Locke, Abraham 


119-vi 


Jane 


1014. 


Leavitt, Levet, or Lovi 




Andrew- 


6r2-v 


Joshua S. 


-So-iii 


Abraham Marston 


1 008-i 


Anna 


3!4 


Molly 


137 


Alfred Marston 


locS-i 


David 


226-ii 


Rebecca 


36= 


Alvin Cobb 


50S-V 


Harriet Sophia 


991 


Sarah 


140 


Aretas 


28, 45 


Jeremiah loo-vii, 696 


Mr. 


3C3-'i 


Benjamin -t 


-iv, 249-vi 


John loo-iii, 172, 261 


. 314-iv, 


Lyman, W. C. 


9S3-' 


Elizabeth 


2S 




444-vi 


Lyon, William 


310-i 


Elvira Ruth 


139S 


John T. 


727-1- 






Frank 15. 


^ S42-V 


Marv Jane 


644 


^^cCa^tney, George 


123>-vi 


George H. 


876-viii 


Moliv 


261 


McChesnev, Margaret 


986-1 


James 


2i-vi 


Oliver 


492-iv 


McClellan.'Emilv S. 


"I 


Jeremiah N. C. 


139S 


Patience 


172 


McClure, Marv S. 


851 -i 


Joanna 


915 


Rachel 


237 


McCollum, — Mr. 


993-i 


John 71 


-iv, 1 07 -iii 


Samuel 


444-vii 


McCorison, Aaron 


336-iv 


John W. 


460 


Mr. 


78-vi 


Delilah 


SS2 


Jonathan 


2i6-iv 


Lockwood, Eliza A. 


752-i 


McCormack, Mary 


I2S2-il 



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INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. ALLIED FAMILIES. 



68- 



6S9 

1812 

1451-iii 

120-iii 

1416 

1322 

i7S6-ii 

444-viii 

349-x 

813 

S13 

1781 

495-viii 

v,6 



McCracken, John H. 

Marv H. 

McCrillis, Mr. 

McCune, Helen 
McFoy, Georgie 
McGaffy, Samuel 
McGaiin, Annie C. 

Sarali I. 
McGuire, Thomas H. 
Mclntyre, Lucy I). 

Martha P. 

Matilda 

Polly 

Sally 

Stephen 
Mcjanett, Agnes E. 
McKay, Janet Patton 
McKenney, Abigail 
or McKinney, Daniel j 

I -7-ix. 333-'-^ 

Betsey 3*^0-'! 1 

McKeon, Mehitabel -170 | 

McKinnon, T. loii-viiij 

McLean, Daniel 1140-viiij 

McLoud, Letitia T. it40-iv [ 

McXabb, Elgin '433"^ 1 

McPherson, Christiana 567 

John 567 I 
McQuesten.Rev.Rockwood 521-xi i 

McS weeny, Edward 1360-v j 

Macy, Lydia 6oi-i ! 

Macaulay, J. H. iS32-ii | 

Magoun. Ann Sarah i 5S6 1 

Cyrus 36S-iv 

Mahaffey, Anna M. 1S55 

John 1230-vii 

T. M. 1230-iv 

Mahan, Mary E. 1201-i 

Mahoney, Lucy A. 592 

Mallett, Alvah 1270-i 

Maloney, John 497-'i 

Mann, James 63-i 

Lucy J. 1411 

Mr. 45S-ii 

Mansur, Darius , S50-iii 

March, Ann Newell 1233 

Charles R. 559-\'ii 

George 493'^' 

Jacob 1 1 86 

Martha 493, irS6 

Marden, Mr. 

Martha J. 550-.\iii 

Molly 444 

Sarah 310, 75oii 

William 444-i.'' 
Marian or Merrin, L. Louise F. 

iio6-i 
Markley, Rachel 
Marr, Samuel J. 

Mr. 

Marsh, Ann 
Frank A. 
Isaac C. 
Sally 
Zebulon 
Marshall, Anna 



iiSS-i Marston, Abigail 



Ann 

Asahel 

Caleb 

Elisha 

Ephraim 

Hannah 

James (P,"^! ^ 

Jonathan 

Joseph L. 

Lucinda 

Lucy Ellen 

Lvdia 

M'ary 

Phebe 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Simon 

Thomas 

William 

Winthrop 

Mr. 

Martin, Almira 
Charles 
Emma 
Jacob 
Martha E. 
Nathaniel 
Robert 
Robert N. 
Rufus 
bally 
Simeon 
Sophronia 
Wayland H. 
Mason, Eliphalet 
Eliza J. 
Elizabeth 
Jane 
John 
Lemuel 
Maria 
Mehitabel 
Me rev W. 
Polly' 
Robert 
Samuel B. 
Sarah 
Simon 
Susan 
1326-11 ; Matcham, Charity P. 



81 

2-iii, 41 

349 

749-vllI I 
II45 
I3II 

9.S 

II, 176, 242 

1070 

3-viii 

536-ii 

490-vii 

II 

233-i' 
65-ii 

I02-ix 

760-v 
1140-iv 

1064 
547-iii 

1449 

757-iv 
333-vi 
1059-iii 
923-ix 
757-vi 
757-v 
7-4-1 
1463-i I 
206-iii 
1044! 
1213-i, 1604 ! 
206 ' 
14-X 
513-V, 1211 
1211 
657' 
513-VI 

495 
14-X 

447 

447 

170-ii 

196-V 

1487 

Mathes or Matthews, J. W. 664-v 



41, 1454 i Mears, Charles 
Si, iSo, 294 I John 

1454 I Meder, Louisa 
iSo, 443-i, 1 145 Meeker, Stoddard 



1615 
431-v'i 
8Si-iii 

453-i 
656-ii 
645-5 

7S6 
645-1 
'733 



Marv 113^-^1 

Sally 353 

Matthewson. Ann S. 1212-iii 

Harley P. 1431-v 

Maxfield, E. E. 612-ix 

Maxwell, Hattie C. i^j--^' 

Mayhew, Prisciila 163 

Mead, Alden 4C2-vi 

Cornelia S. 1339 

Eliza Jane 664 

Sarah F. 1 129-ii 

Wilder 402-v 

William 20-xiv 

Means, Virgilia 1 189-iii 



Mclcher, Eli^.abeth 
Jonathan 
Joseph 
Polly 
Samuel 
Sarah 

Mr. 

Mellows, Sarah 
Merrill, Aaron 
Abigail R. 
Dver J. 
Edgar 

F_zra 

James 

John 164-V, 233-vii, 

Mary Elizabeth 

Nancv 

Mr. 

Merriman, Mary Ann 
Merritt, Harriet 
Meserve, Clarissa B. 

Hannah 

Hannah C. 

>rary E. 

Vincent 
Midglev, Fernandez R 

J. W. 
Miles, Abner 

Ann M. 

Delia 

Hannah 

Tosiah 

Martha J. 

Sarah 

Miss 

Miller, John C. 
Millett, Elizabeth 
Milliken, Tosiah 
Mills, Clara 

Mary J. 

Roxana 
Minier. Imogene 
Minot, Crawford 
Mitcham, Hannah 

T. S. 
Mitchell, Elizabeth 

Samuel 

Sarah 
Montgomerv, Thomas 
Moodv, Abigail 

P.etsey 

Edward 

Edwin 

Hannah 
Moore, Ada Shepard 

Agnes 

Charles 

Charles H. 

Elizabeth 474, ; 

Hiram 

John 
' John X. 



I493-V 

393-\'i 

411 

569, 6;S 

65S 

109 

411 

566-ii 

37S 

171-iv 

907 

23vvii 

I2i6-i 

i7i-ii 

150 

427-ll','yC7 

71 1 

150 

1 50-iv 

1270 

;77-iii 

'745-11 

14S3 

Soi 

742-iii 

Soi 

oco-ii 

lOI I-V! 
153-iii 

473 

473 

179-i 

1526-iii 

472 

601 

S44 iii 

S52 

333-" 

971 

550 

975 

^3341 

49S-1X 

i2^o-ii 

.-s 

1 1 iS 
I r iS 
466- i 
2S9-xi 
220-i 

73-'^' 

742-viii 

774-vi 

n-6 

476 

1 443-1" 

;A-vi. S3 7 
76S-1\ 

4-^9-^ i 
1459-iii 



W. 



Refereuces are to Genealogical Xunibers. not pages. 



1 ':■ V '•:■'■ I 



':. y '.:,:!!. []■-::- or /tti;,-' 



Ob4 INDEX 


TO AMI 


,RICA.\ GENEALOGY. ALL 


lED FAMILIES. 




Moore, Jonathan L. 


iioS-iv 


M 


oulton, Abraham 


9-v 


Nelson, Dorcas 


274 


NfcConnell 


:c2-iii 




Anna 


44 


Louisa 


744-ii 


Mary 744-iii, ; 


6o-i.\, 7S4 




Arthur Garland 


262-iv 


Rachel 


555 


Mary Ann 


361-vii 




Benjamin 


1 13-iii, 645 


William 


124-iii 


Nelhe A. 


2045 




Christopher 


743-> 


Newell, Caroline L. 


533-i^- 


Sallie 


6^3 




David 61, 51 


3-ii, 515-viii 


Newman, Abigail 


1151 


Sarah H. 


7 50-1 v 




Dorothy Edith' 


262-iv 


Newton, Daniel Webster 


670-ii 


Willard 


349-i 




Eliza A. 


S/G-iii 


Mary 


535-vi 


William 


784 




Ezekiel 


45-iv 


Nichols, himily 


'773-' 


Mr. 


1154-iii 




Gideon 


1217-i 


Nicholas 


1321 


Morcher, Jolin 


993-" 




Hannah 


12,645 


Ruth 


630 


Morey, Hannah 


396 




Harriet 


1217-i 


Nicolls. Theresa 


1166-iii 


Morgan, Betsey 


1121 




Harriet A. 


669-ii 


Niles, Jesse 


401-vi 


D. W. 


S45-i 




Horace 


515-viii 


Nixon, Anna, 


1576 


Langdon G. 


666-iii 




Jacob Smith 


6Sr 


Noble, John 


149-X11 


Luther 


S-v 




Jacob Tilton 


262-iv 


Rhoda 


;6o 


Maria C. 


516-X 




Jane 


61 


Sias 


762-i 


Parker 


92-i 




Jerusha 


520-i 


Norcross, H. W. 


i6S3-i 


Patta 


2S7 




John 


9-^'. 44 


Norris, Charles M. 


1526-xii 


Ste[ihen 


476-ix 




Jonathan B. 


369-i 


Ella 


121S 


Morrill, Abigail 


275 




Margaret 


2, 1360 


Love 


85 


David 


S3S-^ 




>faria 


68 1 


Marv E. 


1908-1 


Frances S. 


1015 




Mary 


301 


Ruth 


405 


Hannah 


100 




Nathaniel 


549-viii 


Sarah 


S05 


J. A. 


569-i 




Perkins 


743-vi 


Norton, Ellen M. 


844 


Jacob 


15 




Ruth 


6 


Nancy 


S22A-iii 


John J. 


450^1 




Sarah W. 


549-viii 


Sarah 


I ;26-vi 


Mark 


43--i 




Simeon 




Nourse, Jonathan 


"i-8ii 


Mary 


2S6 




197-xiv. 513-ii 


520-i, 743-i 


Noyes, Abigail A. 


165S 


Mercy E. 


369-ii 




Thomas [. 


654-iv 


Almira M. 


1 100 


Rebecca 


450 




William ■ 


6, 12 


Caroline 


1390 


Samuel 


404-111 


M 


udge, Marv Braniai 


1752-iii 


Lucy Green 


1225 


Sarah 6S ;, S 


7S, I r3o-ii 


M 


idgett, Abigail 


3-7 


Susan E. 


i3S5-ii 


Mr 


7. 337-xii 




j. E. 


663-i 


Nudd, Frederic 


1 2 1 4-i 


Morrison, Addie 


1653-iv 




John 


26-iv, 37-ni 


Isaac P. 


742-x 


F>radbury iS 


2-iii, 1450 




Susan 


665 


Nugent, George M. 


1526-iii 


Charlotte T. 


1440-i 




Miss 


;3 ; xii 


Maria A. 


I r4 ^ii 


David 


iS2-iii 


M 


umper, William 


6So-ii 


Nute, Lydia 


7^3-v 


Jane 


1450 


M 


unce, Sarah 


701 


Nutting,' H. 


;; V^' 


foseph W. 


I201 


or 


Munsey, Mr. 


642-xii 


O'Learv, Maria A. 


1143-ii 


Relief R. 


I20I 


M 


unson, Isabella 


9S7 


Odell. John 


493-^:1 


Robert 


302-iii 


M 


urch, Philena 


817 


Odlin, "H. H. 


742-iii 


Morse, Aldcn P.. 


369-X 


M 


urphy, Catherine 


102S 


Odiorne, Nathaniel 


77- 


Clarissa 


395 




Jane 


602-ii 


Polly 


77- 


E. C. 


S42-viii 




John H. 


262-iv 


Odom, C:^therine 


S;o 


George 


:;[S-i 


M 


urrav, Abigail A. 


145S 


John 


S;o 


Humphrey 


"11 28 




Elizabeth 


1135-iii 


Olds, W. R. 


So8'-i 


Inez A. 


9S6-vi 




Priscilla 


303-vii 


Orcutt. H. M. 


832-ii 


Joshua 


200-v 




Susan 


482-i 


Ordway, Clementine 


7iq-vii 


Mary 


112S 




William H. 


1341-ii 


Courtland 


11S2-V 


Martha 


155 


M 


ussey. Theodore 


6i-xi 


Eliphalet 


486-iii 


Moses Noves 


I ^2-V 


M 


ver, Henrietta 


795-i 


Horace B. 


1182-ii 


Oscar S. ' • 


62-5-iv 








John C. 


501-vii 


Richard K. 


735-1 


N 


ish, Marilla Susan 


17S4 


Orne, William Henrv 


l2C^S-ii 


Samuel 


4So-iv 


Xason, Betsey C. 


759-xiii 


Orvis, C. C. 


1673-iii 


Sarah Frances 


1577-iv 




John Fletcher 


43- 'V 


S. L. 


920-i 


Stephen 


15--^'. 395 




Jonathan 


7-ii 


Osborn, Belle G. 


-043 


Uriah 


;5-=; 




Sarah 


5S3 


John S. 


2C43 


William 


Q26-iii 


N 


;al. Daniel G. 


1526-i 


Osgood, Amoretta 


455-'^' 


Mr. 


1276-iii-vii 




Nellie F. 


1301-ii 


Charles E. 


ioS7-i 


Morton, Su>an 


[600 




Samuel 


sgS-i 


Elizabeth 


443 


Moses, Lydia 


1460 


X 


valley, Jane 


iSS 


John S. 


"47 


Mosher, l.eoiiC!ra Fullo 


r 6i2-i 




John 


314-iii 


Josephine A. 


1715 


Moss, Eunice 


630- ii 




Matthew 


iSS 


Josiah 


287-1 


Laura L. 


1S62 


\ 


jlson, Andrew. 


135-^' 


Livonia 


1 147 


Mott, Jacob 


34 5- i 




Charles D. 


1784-1 


Luther 


307 -X 




RefereiK 


es 


are to Genealogical 


Niiinhers, nc 


^: p.ises. 





.TA --- 



/ / 






INDEX TO AMKRICAX GENEALOGY. ALLIED FAMILIES. 



68: 



Osgood, Moses 

Samuel 
Otto, Klfie Terry 

Emma F. 
Owen, Altliea 

Martha 

Packard, George B. 
Paddock, George I>. 
Padelford, Seth 
Page, Andrew 

]'>enjamin 

David 

Deborah 

Ellen 

Francis 

Hannah 

Henry 

Jane 

Jeremiah 

John 

Jonathan 

Lydia 

Margaret 

Marv 

JJary A. 

Meribah 

Moses 

Nancy 

Patience 

Phebe 

Polly 

Reuben \V. 

Robert 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Simeon 

Solomon 

Tabitha 
Paine or Payne, Amos \N'. ^33-iii 



120-111 ' 

iS4-i 

I ij.S-vii 

1306 

263 

214 

jSS-vi 

1047-iii 

135-X 

-5' 

i-ii.Gg-v, iS4-viii 
:6o, 652 I 
260 1 
655-i 
91 
251! 
251-vi \ 
1603 

195 
277-iv, 1252 
iS4-viii, 506 

251 



1 1 20 

2020 

9 

37-vii 

1250 

146 j 

2461 



43-1' 



6s: 



312. 

-5 



-IX 



2i-ii, 43-iii 



244-111 

506 

192-ii 

2i-ii 



Betsey 

Christine 

Huldah 

Mary F. 
Pallet, Nathaniel 
Palmer, Christopher 

Enoch 

Jacob 

Joseph 

Lucv S. 

Mary M. 

Polly 

Samuel 

William 
Parker, Be*sev 

Ella May' 

Emily 

Helen E. 

Israel 

Julia 

Lorenzo D. 

Rinaldo 

Sarah 

Stephen 

Susan A. 

Mr. 



34^- 
205 

435 

t343-xi 

206-iv 

59-ii 

59-viii 

" 5Q-ii 

14-iv, 197-ii, 522 

522 

17S-X 

760 

2-viii 

14-iv 

161 

1647 

750-ii 

1864 

7S5-viii 

j§7-iii 
I7l>ix 



Parker, \'erona C. 
Parkman, J. P.. 

Nathan T. 
Parks, Alonzo 1 1. 
Parley, Mary 
Parris, Mary 
Parrott, J. P. 
Pars, Cvrena 
Parsons, Maria M. 

Mary 
Partridge, Asenath 
Patch, Esther 

Samuel 
Pattee, Octavia F. 

Sarah C. 
Patten, Delia 

George C. 
Patterson, Heman B. 
Pattison, Chrissie 
Paul, Clara P. 

George \V. 

John' 

Mr. 

Payson, J. B. 
Peabody, Elvira D. 
Pearson or Pearsons, 

Amasa 

Clvmena 

Dole 

Elizabeth 

John G. 

Marv 

Sally 
Pease, Nathaniel 
Peaslee, Anna 

Luther D. 
Peeples, Sarah E. 
Pendergast, Laura 
Penny, John 
Perkins, Abigail 

Abraham 10; 

Benjamin 

Charles 

Charles A. 

Chase 

David Page 

Elizabeth 

Hannah H. 

Jane 

John 31 

John B. 

Jonathan 1 2, 

Josiah 

Levi 

Lvdia 

Mary M. 

Mary Stuart 

Moses 

Nathaniel 

Oliver L. 

Patience 

Reuben 

Sarah 

Solomon S. 

Susan 

Theodate 



1 103 
9si-vi 
1325-ii 
1 1 1 5-i 
-lO-'iii 
829 
432-viii 
379-ix 
1505-i 

79 
79S 
956 
2oi-ii . 
S6^ 
745 

-055-i ; 

1615-1 1 

I 129-iii . 

2oSi-i i 
1526-ix 1 
1 526-xi ■ 

'33j-^i 
753-iii-vi ; 

""755-"' 
1465 
Abigail S21 '. 
"6.'>>, 260 ! 

612 ; 
7961 

69! 

S20-iii I 

796 

624 ! 

20-iii 

670 

36S-V : 
2004 1 

1526-iii ! 

" 505-' '< 

-01. 1517 ' 

--11, 510. 74.1 i 

664- ii i 

1326-iii j 

821-vi i 

471-xii i 

290-vi j 
1471-iv j 
471-xii i 

1497 I 

4-:ii, I loi-vi j 

471-iv i 

63-ii, 471-iv j 

290-vi ! 



Perkins, Mr. 

Perry, Ettie 
Josiah 

Mr. 

Peters, Mary 
Pettinsili, Benjamin 

Elizabeth 
Jonathan 
Sarah 

Mr. 



19-vi, 921-11 

I i3S-vii 

327-viii 

993-viii 

743A-vi 

717 

37 

379-' 

7'7 

I ^6-vii 



'99. 



-O, 



?J0 



■IV 



641-viii ! 

75 '' 
161 i 
736-11 
:94-iv, 447-v 

' References are lo Genealogical 



741 j 

'379: 

63-U i 

201 -Hi j 

41 4-' 1 

5^3-' I 

F2 ! 

945-ii j 
807 1 
51C ' 

Numbers, not 



Pevear or Pervier, Hannah 64J 

Nathaniel 
Peverly, P'annv 

George W. 
Philbrick or Philbrook, 

Abigail ~ 

Abner 

Anna 

Benjamin 

Ephraim 

Hannah 

Huldah 

Jacob E. 

James 

Jedediah 

Jeremiah 

Joanna B. 

John 

Joseph 

Lucy 

Mary S. 

Mehitabel 

N. Page 

Nathan 

Reuben 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Shubael Page 

Thomas 

Zechariah 
Phillios, Adna 

Deborah C. 

Esther 

John 

Mr. 

Phinnev, Ebenezer 

J- T. 

James 

jane 
Phipps, A. M. 
Pickering. Abigail M. 

B. F'rank 

Ephraim 

Nancv Ann Sinclair 
Pierce. Bettv 

Eilie E.' 

George 

Harriet Maria 

Irene 

[ohn 62-: 

juli.i A. 

Lvdia 

Sarah 

Sarah Batchelder 

Susannah 

Svlvester 



643 

1 178-111 

502-v 

1526-ii 

22-x 

Si 

4Si-viii 

19-xii 

14 
199. 51S 
7S4"-vi 
IS, 20 
8S-xii 
9 1 4-1 v 
1 90S 

17-ili. TluS 

81, 199-vii 

516 

1526-i 

II98 

U4i-i 

i;o-v 

518 

22-.X, ;2-vil 

224, 515 

515- 516 

17-ili 

19-xii 

Sc7-i:i 

469 

176-viil 

230-v, 1130-1 

-63-ii 

341-i 

399-'- 

34J-"» 

1025 

755-' 

908 

i30i-:ii 

QoS 

612 

ii: 

3^7-'' 
49 1 -VII 
i-Qr-iii 

1045 

ii, 341-vi 

1 144 

I ;23-:ii 



->-t' 



-VI 



168 






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'£■"'■. 01 .^^l 



6S6 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY. ALLIED FAMILIES. 



Pike, Emma 

Harinah 

Jennie A. 

John S. 

Josiah 

Judith 

Martha 

Martha Ella 

Matthew 

Moses 
Pillsbury, L. II. 
Pingry, Mary M. 

Stephen 
Pinkham, Mollis 

James M. 

Mary M. 
Piper, Clara E. 

Elizabeth 

Gideon 

Harmon 

Lydia 

Nathaniel 

Stephen 
Pitman, Mary Hull 
Plaisted, Elizabeth 

Hannah 
Plunier, Abigail 
Plummer, Charles F. 

Ebenezer 

Etta J. 

Jesse 

Nathaniel B. 

Stephen 
Poe, Libby 
Poland. Benjamin 
Poole, Eliza J. 

Sally 
Poor, Ebenezer 

Hannah 
Pope, Micajah C. 

Sarah Clark 
Porter, E. M. 

Octavia V. 

Ophelia 

Martha 
Pote, Elmira 
Potter, Achsah B. 

Clara B. 

John 

Julia Adams 

Sarah Ann 
,_, Susan 

Thomas 

Mr. S77-: 

Powell, Comfort 

Lydia 

Smith 
Pratt, Hannah 

James 

Sarah B- 

T. C. 
Prentiss, Sarah 
Prescott, Abigail 

Abraham 

Benjamin 

Benjamin Taylor 



1 1 24-i 

535-'' 
roS3-i 

3'3-'->-' 
!92-viii 

555-i 

S69-ii 

iGSo-iii 

7So-vi 

ii6-iv 

3^5-v 
1665 
T665 

c67-iv 

S52-iv 
SSc 

920-ii 

307 

66- vi 

7iS-vi 

760 
94-vii 

.307 

796 

496-v 

164S 

663 

1360-ii 

b70-iii 

64S-ii 

1S2-V 

1 191-vii 

670-iii 

1 1 3S-i 

164-viii 



Prescott, Caroline A. 34 5"'^ 

(Jhase 1226 

Climene R. 1275 

Dorothy 36 

Ebenezer 1275 

Elisha 14-V 

Eliza Gordon 694 

Elizabeth 92 

Eugene 428-v 

Hannah 175, 855 

James 7-vi, 9, 14-iv, 25, 36, 
96-iii, 217-ii, 216, 297 
Jeremiah 64-i 

John 92, no, 175, 332-iii, 694 
^55' ^57^ 



'53:-v 

•45. 7'9 

57-" 

'94 

.\ppendi.\, 232 

1515-vi 

■93 



'93. 



Jonathan 

Judith 

Joseph 

Levi 

Lucy 

Lydia X. 

Mary 

Micah 

Perrin 

Rufus 

Rufus E. 

Sally 

Samuel 

Stephen 

Susan 

Vienna 

William 

Mr. 

Pressy, David 

George 

1030 ; Prestley, Mr. 

745 I Preston, Benjamin 
2ii-iii I Priest, Samuel 
749-vi : Prime, Hannah S. 
Pritchard, Keziah 
Pulsifer, Nathaniel 

Samuel 
Purdy, Catherine 
Putney, Charles E. 

George 

Lydia G. 
Pyles, Thomas B. 



7 ^O-VIll 

' "95 
r23o-x 

2040 
;46-ii 

'I59-V 

850-vi 

7S4-vii 

1072 

92-iii 

7S4-.X 

784-viii 

450 I 
7S4-IX 
:i, 1355-vil 

331 '■ 

32S1 

328-vii i 

149<j1 

i4S-vi 1 

1 1 54-x i 

1341-ii ; 

676 j 

no, 1471 I 

190-ii j 



Quimby, Abel 
Alice 
Asenath 
Caroline 
Enoch 
Elvira B. 
Frederick 
Hannah 
Henrv \V. 
Ida E. 
Jeremiah 
John 
Nancv 
Nellie A. 
Robert 
William 



3il!8-i I Ramsdell, Anne B. 



27, 77-11, 217 

-7 

77-ii 

217-ii 

-5 
1226 j 
216, 297, 750 
1471 ' 

33^-'^^ ! 
S6S-ii 
86S-i 

459 

7-V1, 26-iii 

190-ii, 750 

217 

'578 

26-iii 

803-iv 

2S0-V 

718-X 

1430-ii 

3io-iv 

267-iv 

loro 

371 

743-x 

I lo-iii 

76S-viii 

' 533-"' 
366-iv 
366-ii 

I2 20-i 

1123-iii 
103 

1442-vi 

1742 

726-v 

i52S-iii 
1442-vi 
53-x, 498-xi , 
550 iv, 726-ii 
2041 I 
9'4-vi i 
49 1 -X I 

1585-111' 

241-VU1 

] 

1293-ii ' 



Rand, Benjamin T. 

Elizabeth 

George 

Isabella 

John 

Olive Adelia 

Ruth 

Sarah 

Thomas 
Randall, Anna 

Benjamin 

Elizabeth 

Francis D. 

Mary 

Miles 

Peace Davis 

Mr. 

Randlett, see Rundlett 
Ratcliffe, George W. 

Mr. 

Ray, Datha 

John 
Record, Ebenezer 
Redding, Bertha 
Redfield, Mehitabel 
Redman, Joseph 

Lydia 
Reed, Asenath 

Calvin 

Frank A. 

Jane M. 

Sarah Ann 
Reimer, Mary F. 
Reinhart. Sarah 
Remick, Sarah 
Reuter, Abraham 
Reynolds or Runnells, Harriet 

1400 

Maria 

Bertha P. 
Rhines, Joseph G 
Rice, Frances G. G. 

Miss 
Rich. Daniel 

Maria 
Richards, Eliza E. 

Lydia M. 

Sarah 
Richardson, Deborah 

Delilah B. 



'94 

'3' 

'"3 

400 

140-iii 

472-viii 

472-ii 

'"3 

i459-»i 

SSo-i 

1 1 59-viii 

7'59-vii 

759-V-.XI 

187-vi 

I ;7i-ii 

"^ 606 

75* 

646-ii 

1500 
1163-iv 
i355-i^' 

! 500 
529-ii 

1397 
578-i 
403-1 



944-i 

1083-11 

5S2-V ■ 

"'759 

i;76 

113'2-i 

447-v 
1S61 

765 



Harriet 

Isaac 

Lydia 

M. T. 

Marietta 

Ralph 

Reuben M. 

Sarah 

Timothy 
Ricker, David 

Joseph 

j. C. 

Mollv 
Ricks, Marv B. 
Rideout, Elias 
Rider, Ellen 



1 1 59-vi 

921 

1154-i 

165 

1430-111 

4iS-ii 

38 2 

3^y" 

10 v 

485-ii 

495-v 

Hit 

1046-iii 

2020-i 

'35-'' 
9S3-V11 



References are to Genealogical Numbers, not pages. 



ini.:.:/. 



- .,.--.• -■'' i'* '' 



T i.,.-i' ,.-i;' 



,! .^-nrd;; 



' ' c ' ' ' 






=rir 



T >,« iit- 1". 






INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY ALLIED FAMILIES. 



6S7 



Ridlon, Amos 
Magness 
Rier, Mary 
Riggs, Betsei' 
Ring, Grace P. 

Susan 
Rippertoii, Moses 
Robbins, Charles S. 
Nancy 
Zeruiah 
Roberts, Anna 
Corliss 
George Smith 

John 

Joseph 
Parker B. 

Richard S. 

Sarah 

Thomas 
Robertson, Charlotte 

Daniel 

Thomas 

W. C. 
Robinson, Asa 

Charles 

David 

E. S. 

Eliza 

Ellen S. 

Fanny C. 

Henry D. 

John 

Jonathan 

Joseph S. 

Josiah 

Josiah J. 

Julia L. 

Laura A. 

Levi 

Luther 

Lydia 

Mary 

Mary E. 

Mehitabel 

Prudence 

Susan 

William 
Robv, Alfred, or 
Robie, Delia W. 

Dorothy 

Edward 

Henry 

Ichabod 

Jonathan 

Phebe 

Roxana Bailev 

Ruth 
Rock, Lewis B. 
Rockwell, Margaret P. 
Rockwood, Kniily 
Rodenburgh, Elizabeth 
Rogers, Christine 

Daniel 

Elizabeth 

Ezra 

H. E. 



i6S-iv 

"33-i 
1047-11 

565 

1125-iii 

427-v 

1230 

S85 

993 
400-u 
46S-V 
1 26-ix 

666 

549-i 

318-viii 

666 

65-ii 

39S 
270-vi 

398 

2oSo-ii 

176-ii 

4^:3-1 
i2-iii 

454-i' 

774 

1149-i 

896-iv 

1441-viii 

i2S-ii 

404-i 

253-viii 

83-vni 

912-i 

933-i 

137- 

145-111 

807-vi 

868 

99S 

807-v 

S60 

7S4 

741-ii 

417-ii 

759-xi 

1475-vii 

246-iii 
4oS-ii! 

3. -45-i'i 
242-11 

497 
920 

39 

547-v 

88i-vi 

'559 

959 

205 

602 

639-vii 

i25S-iv 

1300-iii 

Referenc 



Rogers, Mary 
Mary K. 
Samuel 

Mr. 

Rolfe, Frances Ann 
Rollins, Almira, or 
Rawlins, Anne J. 
Carlton 
Catherine 
Jacob 
Jonathan 
Levi 
Lvdia 

M'ary A. W. 
Moses 
Sherburne 
Sherburne B. 
Thomas 
William 
Rosensteel, Ada Jane 
Ross, J^etsey 
Jane L. 
Martha 
Rote, Louisa 
Rounds, Ann Elvira 
Roundy, John \V. 
Samuel C. 

Routh, Mr. 

Rowe, Abigail 
Alvina A. 
Anne 
Clymena 
Deborah 
Edward 
John 

Joseph B. 
Mary Ann 
Noah 
Polly 
Robert 
Sally 
Samuel 
Webber 
Rowell, Abigail 
Benjamin 
Betsey 
Charles L. 
Cyrus 
Eiiza A. 
Lizzie A. 
Lucina 
Mary Ann 
Simeon 
Rowland, Elizabeth 
Royce, Andrew 
Rublee, Frances N. 
Rundlett or Randlett, 
Charles 
David 
Elizabeth 
Hannah 
John 
Mary 

Mary F. . 
Xoah 
Rachel 



34 

602 

302-iii 

1300-iii I 

7101 

743-viii ! 

1522-ii 

1522-11 i 

661 

164-viii ; 

290 

1549 I 
290 

1 549 I 
lo-ix : 

53>i ! 
123-V111 I 

10-ix, 20 ! 
310-vii j 

1397 ! 

563 
ro29 

214 ! 
1493-i'i I 

1826 ! 

433-'\- I 

43 '-'•■I' : 

. i66S-iii j 

598, 874 ; 

875-i I 

-99. i-'7 i 

5611 
651 

229-V I 

782-iii I 

3S5I 

8741 

'5151 

181 

649 -iv I 

499-iv, 649-iv 

127-iv 

369 
551-n , 

172 
369-ix 
502-ii 
1617 I 
1 106 ; 
551-ii 
698 
285-ii 
1012 , 
298-vii 
526 



465-i i 
I88-V,- 

-93 

306 

256-iii 

59-iv, 222 

2001 , 

8i-vii ' 

69-Lx • 

es are to Genealogical Numbers, not 



Rundlett or Randlett, 
William 

Mr. 

Russell, Anujs 

David 1325 

George 

Levi 

Lois 

Louisa \V. 

Lucy M. 

Mary E. 

Sabrina 

Willis 
Rust, Alfred B. 
Rutherford, Hannah 
Rydon, Samuel N. 
Ryerson, Almira 

Sabin, Anna 
Salter, Alexander 

Martha 
Sampson, John 
Sanders or Saunders, 

Alviu W. 

John 

Mary Ann 

Peter 

Polly 
Sands, Anna 
Sanford, Abraham 

Alonzo 

Eleazer O. 
Sargent, Ann 

Benjamin 

Betton W. 

Charles D. 

Dorothy J. 

Edward 

Elizabeth 

James W. 

John 

Lucy L. 

Mary Farrington 

Nathan 

Samuel 

Sarah 
Sattalee, Catherine 

Jacob 
Satteridge, Miriam 
Savage, T. W. 

Mr. 

Sawtell, Maria 
Sawver, Esther Ann 

'Flora A. 

Frances J. 

Hannah 

James 17 

John 

Joshua 

Lorinda 

Louisa D. 

Marv L. 

Mary P. 

Mercy 

Olive' 

Phineas 

pages. 



169-iii 

187-iii 

8oS-iv, 150S 

\ppendix, 57 5- v 

446-iv 

4S4-V 

12S7 

S75-^- 
1508 
1672 

'3=5 

274-v 

795 

1278 

I 5C5-vi 

1 148 

1 140-V 

17-vi 

57 

'433-'i 

92S-iv 

269 

1212 

1212 

269 

364 

555-v 

400-i 

40c- i 

6;4-iii 

261-1^820 

14S9 

914-V 

6r9 

22-iii 

142 

521-iv 

:2-iii, 1S7-V 

S20 

14S9 

358-iii 

342-v;: 

85! 

63-1 

500 

533'-vi 
1 516-v 

>7I 
415-i 
20S0 
1645 

3S' 

r-iv, S48-11: 

177-iv, 790 

1476 

1055 

2081 

790 

76S-V 

^49 

479-"xii 



.iv.r.' ' '!:flJ.i>.— 



OT X:i ii 



688 



INDEX TO SANUORN GENEALOGY ALLIED FAMILIES. 



Sawyer, Rhoda 

Sarah M. 
Scarboroiic;h, Georgie 
Schaupp, Cora Ann 
Scoles, J. W. 
Scott, C. G. 
Daniel 
Sarah 

Zilpiiah Caroline 
Scratch, Luelie 
Scribner, Adelljert C. 
Anna 
Deborah 
Edward 
George S. 
John 
Mary 
Sarah 
Scripture, Elizabeth 
Searle or Searles, Caleb 
Elijah P. 
Ethelyn B. 
John 
Jonathan 
Joseph 
Seavey, Adoniram R. 
Alpheus 
Hannah 
Ruth L. 
Severance or Seaverns, 
Benjamin 
Clara F. 
Joel 
Lydia 

Olive Draper 
Scott 
Severe, Mary J. 
Shafto, Isabella 
Shaliies, Elizabeth A. 
Shannon, Ann M. 

Anna E. 
Shattuck, Esther 

Nathan 
Shaubuc, Elizabeth 
Henry 
Viola 
Shaw, Ann 
Apphia 

Benjamin 5-iv, 14 

Caleb 
David 
Ebenezer 
Eliza 
Esther 
George 
Hannah 
Tosiah 
Mary 
Marv Ann 
Mary J. 
Moses 
Nancv 
Person C. 
Polly F. 
Rachel 
Roger 



1470 ' Shaw, Samuel 
1 161 I Samuel B. 

1451-ii Sarah 

1 1 ^S-iv I Susan 

ii^S-iv I Mr. 

1655-i I Sheftield, Mary L. 
1026 I Sheldon, Mary W. 
9S3-iii I Shepard or Shepherd, 
Chas. D. 
John 
Lizette 
Nancy 
Samuel 
Sarah 
Sarah L. 

Mr. 

449 i Shepardson, Mary 
1 141 ' Sherburn or Sherburne, 
Elizabeth 
Hannah 
Henry 
John 
Lvdia 
Mary 

Mary Josephine 
Priscilla 
Samuel 
Sarah 
Sherman, Huldah 
Mary L. 
Stephen 
Sherwood, Caroline B. 
Shoen, .Samuel 

.Shoppell, Mr. 

Short, Joshua 

Shubael 
Shumway, Mary 
Shute, Charles 
Sibley, Frances 

Sewall E. 
Silsbee, Mary F. 
^^7-1 i Silver, Joseph B. 
760-i j Richard 

iS22-ii I Sarah G. 

iS22-ii j Simmons or Symonds, 



1026 
1 5S2 
1040-iv 

2I2A 

II4I 

927-iv 



991 ; 
217-iv 

42S-iv 
1568-1 
217-iv 

55-ii' 
153-V 
82r-vi 
7S2-vi 

1 534 
1410 

48 5- v ! 

1479-1 i 

1522 > 
132! 

1522 
926-ii 

1806 
1149-i 

1414 

9S3-V 
817 



loi-i Slade, Abigail E. 
408-i Slader, L. Aitelia 
204 ' Slattery, Mary E. 
50.S-ix Sleeper, Benjamin C. 
I iG-ii David 

1 1 14-ii ■ David T. 

693 ' Elizabeth 

: James 

382-1 ; John 

479-i '' Jonathan 

1458-ii: Mary 

674, 999 I Moses 

674 1 Nehemiah 

7S1 j Peter ' 51 

ioS3-ii Rachel 

567-x j Samuel 

639- vi I .Sarah 

I Susan 

ID 1 Sloan, Belle V. 
1 122 I James E. 

10 i Small, Harriet N. 
89 1 Joanna 

410 : Pamelia A. 

410 Smillie, John 
605 ' Smith, Abigail 3;;, 457 
'i'3<^', 



89 

ID j 

191A ! 
8291 

1550-i ! 

i20-vi ! 
1 386 I 

39<>-'i I 
i8o6-ii I 
749-vii j 

349-v i 

1 1 14 ; 

i6oo-iv i 
299-ii 1 
441-1 I 

555-viii 

1454-1 
230-in I 
646- vii I 



43" 



Emeline 155^ 

Jonathan 153-iv 

Joseph 169-iii 

Lucinda 345"V 

Millie Foster 1341-iv 

W. F. 862-vi 

Simpson, Henrietta 577-^'i'i 

, Jane 4S1 

Patten 481 

Susanna 152 

Mr. 1544-i 

Sinclair, Ilenjaniin 31-vii 

Betsey 407 

Constantine 31-viii 

Ebenezer 156-vi 
Thimias 20-i\-, 31-vii j 

So3-ii j Sisson, George i 5001 I 

510-iii I Harriet 1500-i I 

454 i Skillings, Mary Louisa 1380 ! 

19 j Skinner, Sarah Pavne 713 ] 

46 I Slack. Huldah M. ' 74 '-v ' 
References are to Geuealogical Numbers, not pages. 



18 

loi I 

iSt 

2-iv, 923 i 

iS, 19! 

5oS-i.x I 

6i-ii j 

923 
46 

359-v 

147 

9 

6i-ii, 93 

251-X 

1666 

7: 



Addie E 

Alice A. 

Almira 

Benjamin 

Betsey 

Betty 

Calvin 

Caroline 

Charles 

Chase 

Christopher 

Clarissa 

Comfort 

Daniel 

Dorothy 

Dwelly'T. 

Elisha 

Eliza 

Elizabeth 

Emeline 

Esther 

George H. 

Hannah 

Henrietta B. 

Henry D. 

Hobart P. 

Holman D. 

Horace C. 

Huldah 

Jabez 

Jacob 

Jane 

Jeremiah P. 

John 24, 220-v, 

John P. 

Joseph 

Joseph Haven 

Joshua I 

fosiah 

Kate B. 

Laura Tane 



1785 

1S20 

I 543-vii 

759-iii 

1249 

5;o-v 

'76 

r.s-iii 

'333 

56. 210 

lo-iv 

1 147-vi 

r-vii, 77-iii 

1249 
1 42-vi 

'333 

1 147-vi 

1853-vi 

752-viii 

1710 

1160 

426 

470-iii 

.615,922-iv 

Addenda 

1 535-i 

400. 1 2 10 

197-iv 

7S5 

354 

744-v 

1105 

1 230- vii 

iio-i 

47' 

, 678, 1395 

1526-iii 

1527-ii 

24 

270-viii 

620-ii 

1210 

192 

1^45 
412 

413-1X 

556 

1483-ii 

S20-iv 

iSro-vii 

1459-i 
I ^27-iv 



7'" 

535' 53*^ 

1158 

379-viii 

226-1, 1 145 

"47 

19-iii 

139"; 

48, 1138-ii 

742-v 

I ^-o-: 
'1S57 



;-: *» 



Mf ' 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY ALLIED FAMILIES. 



689 



Smith, I.avinia An 
Levi 
Loammi 
Louisa 
Lucian 
Lucy 
Lydia 
Martha 
Mary 
Mary A. 
Mary E. 
Mary Ellen 
Mary Jane 453 
Mary L. 
Mary S. 
Mehitabel 
Melissa 
Moses 
Nathan 
Peter 
Phebe 
Proctor B. 
Rebecca 
Robert 
Ruth 
Ruth K. 
Sarah 
Sarah E. 
Sleeper 
Sophronia 
Susan 
W. S. 
William 
William W. 
Zebulon 

Mr. 

Snow, Abigail 
Southwick, Mariila 
Spaulding, Caroline 

Chester 
Spear, Alice Dean 

Kate 
Spokesfield, Joseph 

Joseph W. 
Spink, Eliza A. 
Sprague, Nancy M. 
Squires, Darwin 
Royal D. 

Stacy, Mr. 

Stafford, Samuel 
Staines, Nelson R. 
Stanley, Elizabeth I! 

L.'J. 
Stansbury, Joseph 
Stanton, Abigail B. 

Delia 
Stanyan or Staniels, 
Abraham 
Jacob 
Jonathan 
Lavinia 
Nancy 
Staples, Jeremiah 
Mary J. 
Samuel G. 
Stavers, Mr. 



'1 143^ 

53'vni 

1210 

8ii-i 

99S-vi 

'559 

1 196 

S06 

213, 717, S69 

1-94 
S77-1V 

1547 

-ill, 6S0, 1338-1 

1059-ii 

652-ix 

945- i4jO-x 

629-v 

67S, 6S0, 1 1 58 

179-x. j-S-iv, 

290-iii 

535 
1113-1 

1 48 

i43-'x 

499 

1384 

248, 1145 

795-1 
379-vi 
552-vi 
456 
66:}-iv 
24S, 945 
1361-11 
302-iv 
1276-iv 

129 

556-IiI 

75^-i' 
639-iv 

1785 

746-xi 

252-iv 

1533-i 

«45 

2130 

984-i 
984-iii 
9-vii 
553-v 
795-' 
131- 
i8o6-i 
1901 
1 1 10 



Stearns, Abigail Jane 

Hannah 

Samuel 
Stetson, D. K. 

Geo. Keyes 



910 Story, Judith 
508-ix 1 Lucy 

910 Stott, Caroline ^f. 
1441-vii Stowell, Abner 

561-i Strickland, Alpheus W. 



Stevens or Stephens,.\nn S. 447-v , Strobridge, Pamelia O. 



Atherton 11 
Betsey 
Caroline 
Cassandra W 
Clara Gould 
Clara T. 
Ebenezer 



3:1 



Edward 

Ellen .^L 

Esther 

F. H. 

Frank M. 

George K. 

George W. 

Hannah 

John 

Julia L. 

Julia Stanclift 

Lydia C. 

Martha 

Nancy 

Nellie A. 

Plooma P. 

Samuel 

Sarah 

Sarah A. 

Simeon 

Thomas 

Timothy 

Mr. 

Stevenson, David 

Mr. 

Stewart or Stuart, 
Melinda H. 
Peter 
Stiles, Clara C. 
Daniel 
Grace A. 
Stillwell, Emma C. 
Stimpson, James 
Polly 

Theodore B. 
Stockbridge, Amanda [. 
Esther P. 
Keziah 
Sophronia D. 
Stocker, Kmma 
Stockwell, Caroline C. 
7S;-vii I StiKkiard, Elizabeth S. 

Willard 
262-iii Stokes, Lliza 
6S2 Stone, Edwin ^L 
36-ii E. P. 

697 Hannah A. 

<jS2 Hannah E. 

i3'-''i 1 Henrv F. 

'6or I Martha A. 

1600-vii Samuel 

60-v Story, Emily 
Reference 



948- 
37 ^< 625 
428-v 

557 

1667 

948-v 

5-11, 54, iS4-ii, 

400-iv 



599-' 

782 

1055-X 

1853-ii 

- 455-i 
577-vi 

54. 408 

.365. 53--'i 

I vS6ii 

Si--ii 

455-i 



Strong, Ancel 
.Strout, Rebecca 
Stubbs, Charles 
Studley, Elliott F 
Swaine or .Swavne, .Abi 

Dorothy 

Ebenezer 

Hannah 

Ichabod 

Lsabel 

Jeremiah 

Joseph B. 

Lucy 

Lvdia A. 

Marv 

Rachel 

Stephen 

Susanna 
Swallow, Ella J. 

Rebecca 



646-iii Swan, Charles E. 



999 
801-iii 

365 

54-vi 

749 
i859-vi 
290-vii 
347-vi 
151-iii 
60-v 
900-iv 



560-i 
432-iii 
1859-11 

496-i 
i6oo-vi 

847 



Swasey, Abi 

Laura 
• Sweetser, Alvah 

Georgiana 

Judith 

Rachel 
Swett, Daniel 

Elisha 

Marv 

Mary M. 

Stephen 
Sylvester, Eliza S. 

Sarah I. 



Tabb, Sarah 7- 
Talbot, Charles 
Frederick 
G. .Vugusta 
Sophia J. 
486 I Tandy, Jonathan 
149 I Tank, James 
1370-i i Tapnan, see Toppan. 
650-iv Tarbox, William 
13S4 ; Tarlton, Lucretia 
345 i Tarr, Laura A., 
107S I Lucv S. 

1600-viii : Tasker, Cvnthia J. 
1756 ; Martha ^^ 

814-i Tate, Rebecca M. 
it3r-iv Tavlor, Aneeline M. 



to Gcuealoc 



485-i 

559-v , 
1534-IV 
831 i 

2110 
1534-iii 

43'-i'C 
496-iii 

cal Numbers, not p.iecs 



.\rthur C. 
I>enjamin 
C"atlierine 
Elizabeth T. 
Elizabeth W. 
Frances V. 
Fred W. 
Ira 
John 



799 

•473-i 

824 

772-iii 

463-i 

1875 

128-111 
.341-V 

161 3-i 

gai! ;io-iii 

668 

670 

256 

302 

829-iii 

5oS-ii 

704 

302 
1254 
669, 670 
665 
124-ii 
94-vi 
1253-iii 
1230 
429-iu 

514 

815 

I ;o-iv 

■1S27 

f3S-i 

150-iv 

124-ii: 

15-ii, 9r-ii 

106 

349-xiv 

249-i 

<3oi-v 

974 

1S30-V 

422-i 

422-i-vi 

1 1 44-v 

345-'>' 
551-iv 

490-ix 

ii3r-vi 

312-ii 

745-i\" 

745-i 

8y8 

897 

15H 

1102 

I loS-ii 

46: 

752-iv 

tI02 

■3-1 

I !;^>o-!i 

t'854-i 

306-vi 

•107 



r !. 



690 



INDEX TO AMERICAN GKNPIALOGY Al^lAKD FAMILIES. 



Tajlor, Lois 

Lydia 

Margaret 

Nicholas M. 

Rachel 

Sarah B. 

Sarah Whicher 

Theodosia 

Victoria R. 

William 

Willou£;hby 

M"r. 

Tebbetts. Daniel 

Phebe 
Temple, Elizabeth 

Lucinda 
Tennant, Arthur L. 
Tennev, Betsey 

d: \v. 

Mary A. 

Richard 

William 
Thayer, Clarissa 

Elihu 

Eliza Mary 

John 

Nathaniel 
Tewksbury, Franklin T., c 
Tuxbury, John C. 
Thing, Thyng, or Tyng, 

Deborah 

Dudley 

Dudley Leavitt 

John 

Levi 

Sally 
Thomas, David 

Elisha 

Elsa 

Harriet G. 
X * Helen Minerva 

Joseph 

Lovina 

Mary 

Peter 

Polly 

Victoria 
Thompson, Arabella 

Benjamin B. 

Bowman 

Charles J. 

Dorothy 

Esther 

George 490-v 

George F. 

Hannah 

Helen Hendry 

Jeremiah 

Jonathan 

Lee 

Levi 

Lewis 

Lucretia A. 

^L^ry J. 

Melicent 

Olive 



35S Thompson, Kufus 



846A 



479-v 


William 2S7 


iv, 4S5, 50S 


T 


3ppan or Tappan, 




16 




1 1 54-iv 




Abigail M. 


90S 


517-ii 


Thorn or Thorne, 






Amos 


55-'" 


1107 


Bartholomew 


S74-iii 




Edmund W. 


90.S 


517-ii 


Benjamin 


i2S-vii 




Elbridge G. 


253-vii 


465 


Betsey 


333 


T 


Dwle, Alvin H. 


1412-i 


419-iii 


Eleazer 


335-' 




Amorett S. 


1411 


iSjO-iv 


Frank E. 


1853-vii 




Amos 


506-x 


306-vi 


Hannah 


276 




Anna 


82 


613 


Henry 


303-''i 




Benjamin 


314-V 


6vSo-iv 


James 


io3-ii 




Betsey 


594 


220-iv 


Joseph 


877 




Caleb 


21-vi 


575 


Lois 


504 




Elisha 


49-ii 


419 


Martha 


877 




James 


S2 


3S6 


Olive 


874-i 




Jeremiah 


21-vi 


775-'ii 


Samuel 


'3-v 




John S. 


453-'v 


454 


Thorndike, Maria 


1 181 




Joseph 


78, 2i6-iv 


666- IV 


Thornton, David 


149-ii 




Joshua 


2i-iv, 46 


S66 


Thurston, Elizabeth 


445-ii 




J.idith 


466-ii 


492-v:i 


Horace L. 


5t6-i 




Nancy 


821 


492-vii 


John , 


647 




Nancy J. 


1341 


1 1 63 


Julia A. 


1300 




Sarah 


46,78 


146-11 


Lucy 


647 




Simeon 


290-x 


1 i64-iv 


Sarah Ames 


1073 




Simon 


506-x 


311-xii 


Ticknor, .\bigail A. 


1665-ii 




Miss 


2C5 


146-ii 


Sarah S A. 


166; 


Towne, Ransom 


630-ii 


)r 797-ii 


Tilton, Abigail 


9'. 326 


Townscnd, Edward S. 


1710-iv 


559-v 


Abraham 


14-ix, 2i8-iv 


T 


rat'ton, Mark 


364-' 




Amos 


14S-V 


T 


rask, Eben 


924-ii 


191 


Anna 


77. -iS 


Travis, Andrew 


i!38-ii 


443-i'' 


Caleb 21S 


, 226-vii, 252 




Clara Adelle 


1 1 38-iv 


S3-vii 


Caroline 


2i8-iv 




Sarah 


'443-i 


83-iii 


Daniel 


3-'' 


T 


reat, Upham 


850-iv 


83-iii 


David 


36, 9r 


T 


renholm, Margaret 


1 1 ^S-vi 


288 


Dorothy 


36 


T 


ricky, Mary .\nn 


-603 


49S 


Eliza S. 


S62-V 


T 


rimble, Thomas 


1543-" 


66-ii 


Elizabeth 


92, 212, 945 


T 


ripp, Lewis 


37S-xi 


498 


Hannah 


36 


Trott, Sarah 


570-v 


iSio-iii 


Jacob 


294-vi 


T 


rue, Abigail 


717 


1684 


James S. 


ii8o-i 




Abram 


2i6-L\- 


-5S 


Jethro 


36 




Almira 


;5i-ii 


49S 


John 1S4-V, 


249,490, 945 




Benjamin 


551-ii 


498 


Juaith 


490 




Jacob 


717 


345-' 


Levi 


246-vi, 1459 




Nathaniel 


2 1 6-ix 


25S, 323 


Lucy Ann 


552-v 




Winthrop 


369-iv 


1832-i 


Lvdia 


249 




Mrs. 


'35 


i7So-iii 


Mary B. 


661 


T 


uck, Benjamin 


21-vi 


35oii 


Mary Elizabeth 


=093 




Hannah 


174 


742-xiii 


Meribah 


9 




James 


. 5'.9 


1770-i 


Nathaniel 


1S4-V 




John 


65 m-iv 


50S 


Rachel S. 


1251 




Jonathan 


21-vi 


= 57 


Samuel 


9 




Mary 


2, 462, 519 


, I rgi-iv 


Sarah 


252 




Robert 


2 


1470-vii 


Sarah G. 


1459 




Susanna 


65-iii 


879 


Sarah J. 


6^8 




Thomas J. 


I '53-' 


2093-ii 


Sherburn ; 


•7, 92, 212-iii 


1 


ucker, Benjamin 


548-iv 


1550 


Silas B. 


639-' 




Cyrene 


i;4S-iv 


444-11 


Timothy 


61 5- V 




Daniel 


' 455 


1458-iii 


Titcomb, Henry II. 


945-iv 




Dexter 


IIOI-l 


349-xii 


Tobv, Hannah 


4:11 




Eliza C. 


636 


349-vii 


Huldah 


769 




Eunice 


191 


1550 


Jane J. 


4=5 




Hannah 


104 


ii59-iv 


Lemuel 


135-iii 




Harriet W. 


II5I 


1 7So-iv 


Tolman, Louisa 


822A 




James 


1 1 51 


485 


Tompkins, Daniel 


553-ii 




John 


50-u 


Referenc 


es are to Genealogica 


Numbers, uc 


)t pages. 








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INDEX 


TO AM J 


:rican gknealogv — all 


KD FAMILIES. 


091 


Tucker, Joseph 


103-V 


w 


alker, Philena 


403-iv 


W 


ebster, Mary .\nn 


1152 


Levi 


1665-i 




Sarah 


'(>37 




Thomas 


lo-i 


Mary Ann 


455 




Mr. 


335-x: 




William W. 


720-1 


Mehitabel 


i6i-ii 


w 


allace or Wallis, 




\\' 


edgwood, .Samuel I; 


233-vi 


Thomas F. 


ii2S-ii 




Abigail 


S03 


W 


eec, C"harles 


8.S2-iii 


Mr. 


1 54S-i 




Benjamin 


^S3-v 




Willard 


1138-111 


Tufts, Lydia T. 


679 




Betsey 


593 


W 


eeks, Abigail Swain 510-iii 


Tupper, Sarah B. 


1027 




Joseph Chase 


1 19-xi 




Albert G. 


450-11 


Turner, Margaret P. 


6S2-iii 




Lemuel S. 


515-ii 




Eleanor 


499-iii 


Sarah Ann 


1207 




Lovina 


^33 




J. S. 


ry-ys-ii 


Tuttle, Esther 


1S6 




Lydia Smith 


1196; 




Mary E. 


1175-i 


Eula Maud 


1904 




Margaret • 


120 




Mary Eleanor 


232-iii 


Sarah 


73-i 




Mary - 


784-ii 




Matthias 


20-viii 


Twombly, Frank. 


656-vi 




Mary A. 


1572 




Mehitabel 


380-i 


Sarah Morrill 


S7S 




Samuel - 


33°-^'' 




Minot 


470-v 


Tyler, Mr. 


1 1 54-vi 




William 


i6t-vi 




Mo.-^es Welch 


i69-.\ 


Tyrrell, Emily 


862 


w 


alter, Leonard 


145-ii 




Noah 


499-iii 


Orma 


1430-vii 


^^• 


ard, Abel 


119 


^^ 


Sarah Brown 


'190-7 








Abraham 


5og-v, 1S30 




William 


-59 


Ulmer, Lucy II. 


420 




Deborah 


45- 


w 


eeman. Fanny D. 


1052 


Upham, Lucy Ann 


950 




Edward 


1523-ii 


w 


elch, Nancy 


;o; 


Urquhart, Flora 


1 64 1 




Elizabeth 


119 




Sarah 


8b-il 








Hannah 


164 


w 


eld, Emily H. 


663-v 


Van Brauwer, Ellen 


153- 




Mary Bean 


1830 


Well?, Anna 


1816 


Van Dyke, Ella 


1706 




Noah 


lor-vii 




Caroline 


133' 


Van Horn, Anna 


1394 




Thomas 


S-iii, 452 




George 


1234 VI 


Van Sant, Edward O. 


Mv^i-i 


w 


ardwell, Mary 


io55-i.\ 




Joanna 


624-iii 


Vance, Eliza 


SS4 


^^■ 


are, Mary Jane 


639-vi 




Lucy 


625 


Varney, Abigail 


577-iv 


w 


arren, Benjamin 


tjSS 




Nancy 


^43 


Hannah M. 


1496-iii 




Hannah 


iiSS 




Sarah 


243. 695 


Varnuni, Hannah 


'447-i 




Jane 


439 




Stephen 


136-i 


Veasey, Helen R. 
>Iary 


iC)8o-ii 




John 


33^vii 




Theodate 


[85 


220 




Samuel 


439 




William T. 


;i7-ix 


Sarah 


221 


w 


arson, Sabra 


660 


W 


endling, Edward T 


SS2-iv 


Susan H. 


90S 


w 


ashburn, Alice C. 


121S 


W 


entworth, Albra 


579-i 


Verrill, Lucy 


42S 




Georgia A. 


•334-iv 




Deborah 


1141 


Samuel 


164-vii 


w 


astell, Mary Ann 


97S 




Ellen, see Adden 


da 570- V 


Vosmus, Charles C. 


370-iii 


w 


atkins. Mr. 


900- V 




Emma 


1301-vi 






w 


atson, Andrew 


49-iv 




Ephraim 


Add. 379 


Waddell, Jane 


^=38 




Charles E. 


928-ii 




Hall 


Add. 664-v 


Sarah 


90 




Flora M. 


r86o 




Gershom 


Add. 5-5-v 


Wade, George 


425-i 




Frank B. 


1123-viii 




John 


Add. ;34-ii' 


Wadleigh, Hetsey S. 


615-iii 




Henry 


923-xii 




Jonathan 


Add. 232 


Cyrus Dearborn 


464-i 




James 


49-vi 




Lucinda E. 


Add. "c-v 


Hannah 


175 




Lucy 


1500-ii 




Lvdia 


Add' 2-2 


John 


175 




Luthera E. 


1 1 50 




Lvdia R. 


S22-i 


John F. 


IVJ-i 




Maria Cutts 


8i7 




Martha 1159, 


Add. ;7;-v 


Joseph 21 


7-v, 26S-1V 




Martha 


I too 




Marv ^70, 


Add. 575-v 


Serena 


45S 




Mr. 


330-viii 




Olive C. 


'2C00 


Sewell : 


1 7-v, 464-i 


Watt, Tillie L. 


592-iv 




Richard 


2000 


Sophia 


739 


Watts, Eliery 


4I7-X 




Smai 


Add. 570-v 


Susan 


499B 


W 


ay, Lydia 


151 




Thomas 


33^i'» 


Wadsworth, Frank 


7i8-.\ 


\V 


eare, Abigail 


157 


\\ 


est, Belinda 


550 


Waite, Paschal E. 


475-iii 




Betsey 


56 




Charles 


1499-i 


Wakefield, Martha 


149 




Mehitabel 


60 




Elizabeth Mack 


446-vii 


Walcott, Alexander 


624-ii 




Meshech 


60 




Marv 


550 


Waldron, Henry P. 


439-1 




Nathaniel 


60 




s. s: 


550-xviii 


Susanna 


281 


\\ 


ebber, Ariana 


1455 


Westcott, Mr. 


""115.1-V 


Wales, George W. 


99S-iv 




John 


S5i-vii 


\\ 


eston, Charles D. 


37 7 -i 


Walker, Ariana S. 


i3'3 




Parker J. 


92S-iii 




Westover, Emily 


63 1 -i 


Charles W. 


375-i\' 


w 


ebster, Augustus 


923-v 


\\ 


evmouth, Abbv 


505-vi 


Hannah 


154 




Daniel 


670-ii, 1 152 




'Joel 


214-xiv 


Jesse L. 


I S43-i 




Ezekiel 


1 152 


Whaley, Francis M. i 


473-v, Add. 


Mary A. 


405-1 ii 




George 


1532-lii 


Wheelding, Sarah 


1040-iii 


Mary E. 


1277-V1 




Jonathan 


205-vii 


W 


heeler, Ellen M. 


1099 


Olive 


1(^73 




Lucy 


771 




Louisa Maria 


i470-vi 



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692 INDEX 'lO AMKIUCAS GK.Nl^AI. 


OGY — ALL 


ii:d 1AMILIE.S. 




Wheeltr, I.ucv 


44S-iv 


Wiko.x, i;ert 


ii66-ii 


Wood, Mary .\. 


633 


Mary 


1 1 44 


Wikic, Mary L. 


463 


Sarah 


S22.\ 


Mai V Anil 


702 


Wilder, Elmer E. 


iS35-i 


Sidney 


982-i 


Sally 


73>S 


Mary 


373 


Sophia 


49^ 


Mr. ;,N4-ii, Sjj-ix 


, 1548-11 


Wiley, Charles E. 


i;i5-vii 


Woodbury, Augusta F. 


167. 


Wheelock, Archippus 


iS^-iii 


Jacob 


S5r-vi 


Cyrene K. 


ii9r-ii 


W'hicher or Whitcher, 




Wilkins, Hebcr 


877-vi 


Joseph 


8r-i 


Eliza N. 


j[(/\-\\ 


Lydia M. 


1171 


Lot 


491 -Iv 


KImira 


496-ii 


Wilkinson, John 


445-i 


Sylvanus 


466-iii 


George 


177.465 


Willard, William J. 


I i2 3-i.\ 


Woodman. Josephine 


UoS-iv 


H Blanche 


'327-i 


Miss 


45S-i 


Joshua 


782 


Levi 


472-iii 


Willetts, Enoch 


ii94-.xii 


Lois 


782 


Polly 


177 


Willev, Abigail 


746-vii 


Lvdia 


271 


Saiah 


465 


'S'la.ry 


2oSi-ii 


• Mollv 


ii2-;i 


William 


iSS-iv 


Nancv 


iiiq 


Olivia 


719-viii 


Whidden, John 


ro4-ii 


William 


616-iii 


Sally 


34 >i 


Whiijplc, Saiiford 


j'^S-vi 


Williams, Alfred S. 


915-iv 


Samuel 


194-iii 


Whitaker, Mar)- Jane 


2I/C 


E. 


9-xii 


Thomas 


-/ ' 


Whitconib, I'etsey 


480 


Eliza 


1505 


Woodruff. Mary 


5=9 


Whitcomb, Jacob 


480 


P'rancis H. 


1756-iii 


Woodward, Asa 


507- v: 


\Vhite, Annis 


394 


George 


i;4-i 


Kelic 


1 603-1 ii 


Harriet Hand 


984 


Johnson 


162-i 


George 507 


-V, 5'3-\''' 


John S. 


395-'" 


Margaret 


1831-1 


Harvey 507 


-V, 513-vu 


Sarah 


ij6i 


Morgan 


1831-i 


Palmer B. 


79C-ii: 


Miss 


637 


Samuel 


T9o-iii 


Wood'.vorth, Marv K. 


1477 


Whitehouse, John ;6i-iv 


i630-ii 


William 


393--^ 


Woo leil, Ellen C. 


605-vi 


Stephen 


I i7C-i 


Willis, Elizabeth 


r8io 


Worthen, Hannah, or 


547 


Whiting, fJeorge W. 


5S9-vi 


Mr. 


993-''' 


Worthing. Moses 


21^-71 


Levi T. 


• E3^-^ 


Wilson, Mrs. Abiah 


49S-xii 


Sarah 


=4-1. 545 


Lydia 


9S1 


Adelaide 


1735 


Sophronia 


957 


Whitman, Elizabeth 


3/9-v 


Anna M. 


1 4 59-1 V 


Worthlev, Hannah 


641-ii 


Lucy 


468 


Charles 


385-11! 


Joseph 


641-iv 


Whitniore, Uaniel 


> 33 1-ii' 


Deborah 


29S 


Wrieht. Elizabeth 


837 


Ellen fjooth 


<;3--' 


Harriet K. 


143-i 


John R. 


533-'''^ 


George 


1665-11! 


Humphrey 


1510 


Joseph 


2JI-iv 


\v'^arren 


932-i 


James M. 


^ ' 35 


Marv 


bbi 


Wiiitney, j\nne Ilalc 


'45' 


Jeremiah 


298- V, 1 510 


Mary J. 


752-ix 


Sarah Proctor 


375 


Julia E. 


!2t ^ 


Samuel 


7S9-iv 


Whitternore, Cornelia C. 


'543 


Kobe It 


261-vn, 121 ; 


Sarah A. 


713-- 


Whittier, Aaron 


101; viii 


Mr. 


<^7S-i 


Tacv 


1 668-1 V 


Jacob 


i3-'7-ii 


Winans. Isaac 


^'•8o-iii 


Wyatt. Delia S. 


1515-iii 


Lois 


30j-vii 


Windsor, .Vnne E. 


I -159-1 


P'dward 


274-iv 


Mr. 


S 1 4-.\ 


Wing, Lydia O. 


57'>iii 


\\'yman, Alice P. 


1459-vi'i 


Whittredge, Almira 


505-iv 


Stephen 


^Oyii: 






Wiggin, Andrew, or 


34 -'-'i' 


Wingate, John 


-9vv, 7<-i 


Varger, Phebe 


i2-;4-iv 


Wiggins, Eliza 43 


-vi. S37 


Love 


7^2 


Yarrington, Elbra 


639-xli 


Esther Allen 


17S- 


Winn, Nellie M. 


i4',h-iii 


Yates, Deborah 


.64 


Isaac R. 


88 r-ii' 


Winslow, George 


i; :6-vi 


Yeaton, John v- 


'577 


Jacob 


1527 


lohn 


':3vv 


Moses V 


1 cx>8-v 


Jehosheba 


'-35 


'Mary E. 


I JJL'-IM 


Sarah E. v 


1577 


John 




Winter, Edna 


"1682 


Yeaw, Leonard S. 


;o5-viI 


Mjrv 


2170-i' 


W. Albert 


16S2 


Mary E. 


' "79 


Mf hitabe' 


1527 


Witham, Mehitabel 


581 


Yendeli. Samuel 


">or 


Minnie A. 


I 2112-v 


Sally 


57; 


York. Abigail F. 


:4>-xi 


Nathaniel 


652-ii 


Wood, Amos P. 


72I-I 


Amelia A. 


1216 


Samuel ::67-iii, 


3'3-^''i 


.\urelia P. 


356-iii 


Lydia 


4>^-4 


Thomas 


'9' 


Eliphalet 


492 


William 


I3v" 


W^ilber, Erank 


1433-V' 


Lomira A. 


822.^-iv 


Young, Deidamia 


5SS 



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