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Genealogy 



OF THE 



Smith, Walkup, Bell, Perry and Allied Families 



Data Collected and 
Compiled by 

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SMITH 

The Coat of Arms is that of Richard Smith, alder- 
man of London, Sheriff in 1509. 

Sable, a chevron engrailed between 
three crosses patee fitchee argent — 
as many fleur de lis gules. Crest a 
heron's head erased sable guttee d'or, 
in the beak gules a fish argent. 

1. Henry Smith and his wife Judith, three sons 
and two daughters, three man servants and two maid 

servants came from Ha en Hall in Norfolk, England, 

in 1638, and settled in New Hingham. He was freeman 
in 1639; was one of the first two deacons of the church 
here, representative in 1641. He removed with his fam- 
ily about 1643 to Reheboth, Mass., where he died in 1649. 

In his will dated Nov. 3rd, 1647, he names brother 
Thomas Cooper, sons Henry and Daniel and daughter 
Judith, all the persons above named came over in the 
year 1638 and were in the Ship Diligent of Ipswich. The 
master was John Martin of Ipswich (Founders of New 
England Drake, page 81). His will is given in New 
England Register Vo. IV Page 319. Inventory taken 
1st of 10th month 1649 by Thomas Cooper and Joseph 
Peck, £149.16.0, and wife Judith's will next page. 

2. Ensign Henry Smith — married Nov. 29th, 
1657 (birth record Reheboth page 343), Elizabeth 
Cooper, a sister to Thomas Cooper, all from Hingham, 
Norfolk, England. Ensign Plenry came in the Diligent 
with his father. He was Ensign, Representative in 1662. 
He was buried Nov. 24th, 1676. His children were : 

3. Joshua, born Nov. 2nd, 1658. 

4. John, born Aug. 6th, 1661. 

5. Elizabeth, born Dec. 7th, 1663 (Died Mar. 1st, 
1676). 

6. Judith, born Feb. 17th, 1665. 

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7. Thomas, born June 15th, 1667. 

8. Mary, born Nov. 22nd, 1670. 

9. Henry, born Dec. 4th, 1673. 

10. Abigail, born Nov. 24th, 1676 (same day her 
father was buried). 

3. Ensign Joshua Smith, son of Ensign Henry 
Smith, was born Oct. 2nd, 1658. He married Mary 
Peck, Feb. 9th, 1687-8. He died Feb. 20th, 1719. Their 
children were : 

11. Rebeka, born Feb. 3rd, 1689-90. 
^^ 12. Elizabeth, born Dec. 8th, 1691. 

13. Henry, born Oct. 14th, 1693. 

14. Joshua, born Oct. 10th, 1695. 

15. Sarah, born . 

13. Deacon Henry Smith, Jr., son of Ensign 
Joshua Smith, was born Oct. 14th, 1693, (died Feb. 2nd, 
1754.) He married, Dec. 5th, 1716, Ruth Burr. She 
died Nov. 30th, 1747. Their children were: 

16. Simon, born Nov. 26th, 1717. 

17. Ruth, born Apr. 2nd, 1720. 

18. Mary, born, July 4th, 1721. 

19. Henrv, born Apr. 24th, 1725. 

20. Ruth,' born, Apr. 24th, 1725. 

21. Betty, born May 24th, 1729. 

22. Benjamin, born July 4th, 1731. 

23. Ebenezer, born June 26th, 1735. 

24. Eleazor, born Mar. 24th, 1737. 

23. Ebenezer Smith, born at Reheboth, Mass., 
June 26th, 1735; married by Rev. David Turner, Dec. 
5th, 1754, Sarah Bordeen. Their children were: 

25. Scyrell, born Nov. 13th, 1756. 

26. Sarah, born June 25th, 1757. 

27. Gains, born July 8th, 1759. 

27. Gaius Smith, Sr., born at Rehoboth, Mass., 
July 8th, 1759; married by Elder Samuel Peck, Dec. 

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SMITH 

Smith— Field 
16th, 1779, to Rachel Allen. She died March 10th, 1783, 
and he married second time, July 3rd, 1783, Olive 
Fisher. He served as private in various companies on 
short alarms in 1776, 77, 78 and 1780. His children 
were ; 

28. William, born June 22nd, 1781. 

29. Rachel, born, Feb. 14th, 1783. 
30 Gaius W., born Mar. 7th, 1784. 

30. Gaius W. Smith, son of Gaius Smith, Sr., and 
Olive Fisher, born March 7th, 1784; married Lucy W. 
Walkup at Wrentham, Mass., Oct. 8th, 1809. Died 
May 18th, 1827. 

102. Lucy W. Walkup of Uxbridge was born June 
19th, 1788 ; died in September, 1880, age 92 years. Their 
children were: 

31. Mary Hall Smith, born Nov. 4th, 1811; mar- 
ried Freeman Field, born Feb. 3rd, 1805. 

32. Carolina Ray Smith, born Aug. 5th, 1813; 
married Joel Prouty, born May 18th, 1818. 

33. Chas. Messinger Smith, born Mar. 30th, 1815; 
married (see below). 

34. Eliza Ann Smith, born Mar. 15th, 1817; mar- 
ried Andrew S. Matthews, born Sept. 1st, 1814. 

35. George Henry Smith, born Oct. 24th, 1824; 
married Cynthia A. Capron, born Mar. 29th, 1829. 

3 1 . Mary Hall Smith (Field) , bor n November 4th, 
1811, in Medway, Mass.; afterwards resided in Marl- 
borough, Mass. Married Freeman Field of Dorchester 
in 1835, who was a Mayflower descendant, and a leather 
dresser by trade. He was a soldier through the entire 
war of '61, enlisting with the Fifth Regiment, Mass., 
under the title of Major, as principal musician. Mr. and 
Mrs. Freeman Field lived at Field's Corner, Dorchester, 
until 1839, when they settled in Charlestown, where 
Major Field died in January, 1886, and Mary Smith 
Field died in 1897. They had two children: 

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Field — Robey — Bates 

36. Harriet (Robie), born in Dorchester, Mass., in 
1837. Married in 1857, Franklin Robie of Charlestown, 
Mass., who died in 1877, and in 1882 she married the 
second time, William H. McLaughlin, who was the last 
male survivor of a family of Scotch farmers, who settled 
in Scarboro, Me., and living on the same farm each gen- 
eration for two hundred years. Mrs. McLaughlin died 
in 1913 in Boston, and Mr. McLaughlin died two months 
later. Children of Harriet Field and Franklin Robie: 

51. Frank Herbert Robie, born in Charlestown in 
1858; married in 1883 to Mariam Sugarman of Boston. 
They had one daughter, Ethel Rose Robie, born in 1883, 
died in 1885. 

52. Eugene Field Robie, born in Charlestown in 
1861 ; married Llano Elva Williams of Charlestown, 
Dec. 6th, 1882. Their children: 

(^. Chester Field, born June 2nd, 1887. 

67. Frank Herbert, born Mar. 17th, 1889; married 
Carrie M. Wentzell, Aug. 31st, 1910, at Arlington, Mass. 
They have two children: 

82. Frank Herbert, Jr., born Dec. 31st, 1911. 

83. Charles Case, born Sept. 16th, 1913. 

68. Helen Marie, born Dec. 12th, 1891. 

69. Harold Fernando, born May 20th, 1893. 

53. Walter A. Robie, youngest son of Harriet and 
Franklin Robie; married Lucy Chandler Dyer in 
Charlestown, June 27th, 1900. They have one daughter: 

70. Louise Whitman Robie, born June 19th, 1909. 

37. Alice Perkins Field (Bates), second daughter 
of Freeman and Mary Smith Field, was married to Ben- 
jamin F. Bates in 1864. Mr. Bates was a private in the 
44th Regiment, M. V. M. He died in 1888 from spinal 
trouble, was buried from their home in West Brookline 
Street, Boston. They had four children: 

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Bates — Rice — Coffin 

54. Frederick Dickinson Bates, born in Charles- 
town in 1865; married Georgia Force Guilford in June, 
1891, and resided in Boston until 1892, when they moved 
to Dorchester, where they lived for twenty-three years. 
He was in business in Boston as manufacturers' agent 
in underwear and woolen goods; was also a fine musi- 
cian and composer of music. They had five children: 

71. Elizabeth Guilford, born June, 1892. 

72. Margery Force, born Oct., 1893. 

73. Ruth Alden, born Jan., 1902. 

74. Frederick Dickinson, Jr., born Apr. 19th, 1905. 

75. Freeman Field, born July, 1910. 

55. Alice Mary (Rice), second child of Alice P. 
and Benjamin F. Bates, born in Charlestown in 1868; 
married Dr. William Rice of Dublin, N. H., in Boston, 
June 25th, 1888. Dr. William Rice, of excellent stand- 
ing as a dentist in Boston, Professor of Dentistry at 
Tufts College. Mrs. Rice, among the best artists as a 
singer in Boston. Soprano soloist at King's Chapel for 
fifteen years and a teacher of note. The family are now 
(1915) living in Brookline, Mass. They had two chil- 
dren: 

76. Priscilla Alden Rice, born in Dorchester, Dec. 
31st, 1893; died in 1900 and was buried in Dublin, N. H. 

77. Persis Alden Rice, born in Boston, July 21st, 
1907. 

56. Augusta Safiford (Coffin), third child of Alice 
P. and Benjamin F. Bates, born in Charlestov/n in 1870; 
married Edwin H. Coffin of California in November, 
1898, in Dorchester. They had two children: 

78. Edwin Hiller Coffin, Jr., born May 25th, 1901. 

79. Medelyn Augusta, born Mar. 28th, 1904. 

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Bates — Prouty — Severson — Osborne — Smith 

57. Benjamin Freeman, fourth child of Alice P. 
and Benjamin F. Bates, born in Charlestown in 1886; 
died in 1887. 

32. Caroline, born in Medway and married J. L. 
Prouty of Boston in 1840. Had two children: 

38. Louisa (Severson), born in Roxbury, Mass., 
May 19th, 1841; married William Severson. She has 
two children: 

58. Carl Prouty Severson, born Apr. 17th, 1868; is 
married. 

59. Stella Scott Severson, born Sept. 18th, 1871. 

39. Lucy Bell (Osborne), born in Stonington, 
Conn., Oct. 1st, 1849; married Hezekiah R. Osborne; 
died in New York, Feb. 25th, 1882. She had three chil- 
dren: 

60. Mabel Prouty Osborne, born Sept. 30th, 1868; 
is married. 

61. Carrie Pearl Osborne, born Nov. 4th, 1870, 
and died Jan. 17th, 1871. 

62. Harry Osborne, bor^ A.ug. 8th, 1873. 

33. Charles Messinger Smith, third child and first 
son of Gaius W. and Lucy W. Walkup Smith ; born in 
Medway, Mass., March 30th, 1815. Was married three 
times. 

1st — Lucinia A. Billings, born Jan. 11th, 1823. 

2nd — Her sister, Matilda A. Billings, born Dec. 
18th, 1824. 

3rd — In 1856 to Elizabeth Perry Bell, born in New- 
berg, near Kingston, Canada West, April 14th, 1831 ; 
married July 17th, 1856, at Ogdensburg, N. Y. Died 
Jan. 3rd, 1908. 

Charles Messinger Smith died Mar. 27th, 1879. 
Their children were: 

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Smith — Mathews 

40. Libbie J. Smith, born Toronto, Sept. 14th, 
1857. 

41. Annie A. B. Smith, born at Newburgh, Ont., 
Jan. 14th, 1859. 

42. John Fraser Smith, born at Detroit, Mich., 
Nov. 6th, 1864. 

Married, April 14th, 1915, Nina Belle Leland, born 
Oct. 15th, 1866, New Buffalo, Mich. 

43. Lucy Smith, born at Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5th, 
1871; died July 5th, 1872. 

34. Eliza Ann, born in Hopkinton, Mass. ; married 
Andrew Mathews of Baltimore, Md., in 1838; he died in 
Stonington, Ct., Feb. 8th, 1884. They had three chil- 
dren: 

44. Charles, born in Stonington, Conn., Oct. 12th, 
1839; married Mary D. Moss of Stonington in 1865 
died in Stonington, Nov. 18th, 1899. 

45. Willie, born in Stonington, Conn., May 12th 
1841 ; married Frances M. Baker of Groton, Ct., in 1864. 
died in New London, Conn., Feb. 5th, 1885. He had two 
sons: ^i^ 

80. A. Sterrett Mathews, born Dec. 24th, 1864 
married and had three sons. 

81. Willie Baker Mathews, born Mar. 15th, 1868 
is married. 

46. George, born in Stonington, Ct., Apr. 4th 
1848; married Abbie Smith in 1878; died Aug., 1914 
He had one son who died in his youth. 

35. George Henry, born in Marlboro, Mass., Oct 
24th, 1824; married Dec. 14th, 1851, to Cynthia Amanda 
Capron, who was born in Attleboro, Mass., Nov. 29th 
1827, and who died in Providence, R. I., Feb. 14th, 1901 
He died in Providence, R. I., Sept. 25th, 1883. They 
had four children. 

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47. Charles Bates, born in Providence, R. I., Sept. 
17th, 1852; married in London, England, Dec. 12th, 
1878, to Mary Ada Lane (born June 11th, 1857); died 
in London, Nov. 12th, 1905. They had one child. 

65. Mary Selina Curzon Smith, born in Provi- 
dence, R. L, Nov. 27th, 1882. She and her mother reside 
in London. 

48. Carrie Lee, born Dec. 14th, 1854, in Provi- 
dence, R. L 

49. Mary Carver, born Nov. 15th, 1856, in Provi- 
dence, R. L 

50. William Sprague, born Aug. 30th, 1861, in 
Providence; died Apr. 23rd, 1895. 



WALKUP 

Walkup— Smith— Field 

100. James Henderson Walkup, born at Framing- 
ham, Mass., in 1735. Married, 1784, Susan McNamara, 
widow of Richard Congdon, and died in Colrain, Mass. 
Their children were: 

101. Joseph, born in Upton, Mass., Apr. 20th, 1785. 

102. Lucy, born in Upton, Mass., June 9th, 1786; 
died in Stonington, Conn., Oct. 14th, 1880. 

103. Betsy, born in Upton, Mass. ; died in Randolph, 
Pa., May 3rd, 1873. 

104. Mary R., born in Upton, Mass., Nov. 21st. 
1789; died in Hudson, N. H., Oct. 7th, 1858. 

105. Philena, born in Upton, Mass., Aug. 7th, 1791 ; 
married Samuel Pollock; died in Whitinsville, Mass., 
Feb. 17th, 1873. 

106. Ruth, born in Uxbridge, July 13th, 1798. 

101. Joseph Walkup, son of Susan McNamara and 
James Henderson Walkup, born in Upton, Apr. 20th, 
1785 (Upton records). He married and lived in New 
York. Nothing more known of him. 

102. Lucy Walkup (Smith), daughter of Susan Mc- 
Namara and James Henderson Walkup, born in Upton, 
June 9th, 1786 (Upton records), and died in Stonington, 
Ct., Oct. 14th, 1880. She married Gains W. Smith, 
who was born in Pawtucket, R. I., and died in South- 
boro, Mass. They had five children. 

31. Mary Hall Smith (Field),bornNov.4th, 1811, in 
Medway, Mass. ; afterwards resided in Marlboro', Mass. 
Married Freeman Field of Dorchester in 1835, who was 
a Mayflower descendant, and a leather dresser by trade. 
He was a soldier through the entire war of '61, enlisting 
with the Fifth Regiment, Mass., under the title of Major, 
as principal musician. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Field 
lived at Field's Corner, Dorchester, until 1839, when 
they settled in Charlestown, where Major Field died in 
Jan., 1886, and Mary Smith Field died in 1897. They 
had two children. 

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Robie — Bates 

36. Harriet (Robie), born in Dorchester, Mass., in 
1837. Married in 1857, Franklin Robie of Charlestown, 
Mass., who died in 1877, and in 1882 she married the sec- 
ond time, William H. McLaughlin, who was the last male 
survivor of a family of Scotch farmers, who settled in 
Scarboro, Me., and living on the same farm each genera- 
tion for two hundred years. ^Slrs. McLaughlin died in 
1913 in Boston, and Mr. McLaughlin died two months 
later. Children of Harriet Field and Franklin Robie. 

51. Frank Herbert Robie, born in Charlestown 
in 1858; married in 1883 to Mariam Sugarman of Boston. 
They had one daughter. 

Ethel Rose Robie, born in 1883; died in 1885. 

52. Eugene Field Robie, born in Charlestown in 
1861 ; married Llano Elva Williams of Charlestown, 
Dec. 6th, 1882. Their children: 

66. Chester Field, born June 2nd, 1887. 

67. Frank Herbert, born Mar. 17th, 1889. Mar- 
ried Carrie M. Wentzell. Aug. 31st, 1910, at Arlington, 
Mass. They have two children. 

82. Frank Herbert, Jr., born Dec. 31st, 1911. 

83. Charles Case, born Sept. 16th, 1913. 

68. Helen Marie, born Dec. 12th, 1891. 

69. Harold Fernando, born May 20th, 1893. 

53. Walter A. Robie. youngest son of Harriet and 
Franklin Robie; married' Lucy Chandler Dyer in 
Charlestown, June 27th, 1900. They had one daughter. 

70. Louise Whitman Robie, born June 19th, 1909. 

37. Alice Perkins Field, second daughter of Free- 
man and Mary Smith Field, was married to Benjamin F. 
Bates in 1864. Mr. Bates was a private in the 44th 
Regiment, M. V. M. He died in 1888 from spinal trou- 
ble, was buried from their home in West Brookline 
Street, Boston. They had four children. 

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Bates — Rice — Coffin — Bates 

54. Frederick Dickinson Bates, born in Charles- 
town in 1865; married Georgia Force Guilford in June, 
1891, and resided in P>oston until 1892, when they moved 
to Dorchester, where they have lived for twenty-three 
years. He was in business in Boston as manufacturers' 
agent in underwear and woolen goods; was also a fine 
musician and composer of music. They had five chil- 
dren. 

71. Elizabeth Guilford, born June, 1892. 

72. Margery Force, born Oct., 1893. 
71. Ruth Alden, born Jan., 1902. 

74. Frederick Dickinson, Jr., born Apr. 19th, 1905. 

75. Freeman Field, born July, 1910. 

55. Alice Mary (Rice), second child of Alice P. and 
Benjamin F. Bates ; born in Charlestown in 1858 ; married 
Dr. William Rice of Dublin, N. H., in Boston, June 25th, 
1888. Dr. William Rice, of excellent standing as a den- 
tist in Boston, Professor of Dentistry at Tufts College. 
Mrs. Rice, among the best artists as a singer in Boston. 
Soprano soloist at King's Chapel for fifteen years and a 
teacher of note. The family are now (1915) living in 
Brookline, Mass. They had two children. 

76. Priscilla Alden Rice, born in Dorchester, Dec. 
31st, 1893; died in 1900 and was buried in Dublin, N. H. 

77. Persis Alden Rice, born in Boston, July 21st, 
1907. 

56. Augusta Safiford (Cofiin), third child of Alice 
P. and Benjamin F. Bates ; born in Charlestown in 1870; 
married Edwin H. Coffin of California in November, 
1898, in Dorchester. They had two children. 

78. Edwin Hiller Coffin, Jr., born May 25th, 1901. 

79. Medelyn Augusta, born Mar. 28th, 1904. 

57. Benjamin Freeman, fourth child of Alice P. 
and Benjamin F. Bates; born in Charlestown in 1886; 
died in 1887. 

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WALKUP 

Prouty — Severson — Osborne — Smith 

32. Caroline (Prouty), born in Medway and mar- 
ried J. L» Prouty of Boston in 1840. They had two chil- 
dren. 

3S. Louisa (Severson), born in Roxbury, Mass., 
May 19th, 1841 ; married William Severson. She has 
two children. 

58. Carl Prouty Severson, born Apr. 17th, 1868; 
is married. 

59. Stella Scott Severson, born Sept. 18th, 1871. 

39. Lucy Bell (Osborne), born in Stonington, 
Conn., Oct. 1st, 1849; married Hezekiah R. Osborne; 
died in New York, Feb. 25th, 1882. She had three chil- 
dren. 

60. Mabel Prouty Osborne, born Sept. 30th, 1868; 
is married. 

61. Carrie Pearl Osborne, born Nov. 4th, 1870, 
and died Jan. 17th, 1871. 

62. Harry Osborne, born Aug. 8th, 1873. 

33. Charles Messinger Smith, third child and first 
son of Gains W. and Lucy W. Walkup Smith; born in 
Medway, Mass., Mar. 30th, 1815. Was married three 
times. 

1st — Lucinia A. Billings, born Jan. 11th, 1823. 

2nd — Her sister, Matilda A. Billings, born Dec. 
18th, 1824. 

3rd — In 1856 to Elizabeth Perry Bell, born in New- 
berg, near Kingston, Canada West, Apr. 14th, 1831; 
married Tulv 17th, 1856, at Ogdensburg, N. Y. Died 
Jan. 3rd, "1908. 

Charles Messinger Smith died Mar. 27th, 1879. 
Their children were: 

40. Libbie J. Smith, born Toronto, Sept. 14th, 
1857. 

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WALKUP 

Smith ^ — Mathews — Smith 

41. Annie A. B. Smith, born at Newburgh, Ont., 
Jan. 14th, 1859. 

42. John Fraser Smith, born at Detroit, Mich., 
Nov. 6th, 1864. 

43. Lucy Smith, born at Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5th, 
1871 ; died July 5th, 1872. 

34. Eliza Ann, born in Hopkinton, Mass. ; married 
Andrew Mathews of Baltimore, Md., in 1838; he died in 
Stonington, Ct., Feb. 8th, 1884. They had three chil- 
dren. 

44. Charles, born in Stonington, Conn., Oct. 12th, 
1839; married Mary D. Moss of Stonington in 1865 ; died 
in Stonington, Nov. 18th, 1899. 

45. Willie, born in Stonington, Conn., May 12th, 
1841 ; married Frances M. Baker of Groton, Ct., in 1864; 
died in New London, Conn., Feb. 5th, 1885. He has two 
sons. 

63. A. Sterrett Mathews, born Dec. 24th, 1864; 
married and has three sons. 

64. Willie Baker Mathews, born Mar. 15th, 1868; 
is married. 

46. George, born in Stonington, Ct., Apr. 4th, 
1848; married Abbie Smith in 1878; died Aug., 1914. He 
had one son, who died in his youth. 

35. George Henry, born in Marlboro, Mass., Oct. 
24th, 1824; married Dec. 14th, 1851, to Cynthia Amanda 
Capron, who was born in Attleboro, Mass., Nov. 29th, 
1827, and who died in Providence, R. L, Feb. 14th, 1901. 
He died in Providence, R. L, Sept. 25th, 1883. They 
have had four children. 

47. Charles Bates, born in Providence, R. L, Sept. 
17th, 1852; married in London, England, Dec. 12th, 
1878, to Mary Ada Lane (born June 11th, 1857) ; died in 
London, Nov. 12th, 1905. They had one child. 

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WALKUP 

Smith — Haight — Follett — Hale — Follett 

65. Mary Selina Curzon Smith, born in Provi- 
dence, R. I., Nov. 27th, 1882. She and her mother re- 
side in London. 

48. Carrie Lee, born Dec. 14th, 1854, in Provi- 
dence, R. L 

49. Mary Carver, born Nov. 15th, 1856, in Provi- 
dence, R. L 

50. William Sprague, born Aug. 30th, 1861, in 
Providence; died Apr. 23rd, 1895. 

103. Betsey Walkup (Haight), daughter of Susan 
McNamara and James Henderson Walkup, born in Up- 
ton (record not found), and died in Randolph, Penna., 
May 3rd, 1873. She married William Haight, who died 
in Randolph in 1858. No children. 

104. Mary R. Walkup (Follett), daughter of Susan 
McNamara and James Henderson Walkup, born in Up- 
ton, Nov. 21st, 1789 (Upton records), and died in Hud- 
son, N. H., Oct. 7th, 1858. She married Robert Follett 
of Rehoboth, Mass., May, 1821. They had five children. 

107. James Henderson, born in Uxbridge, Mass., 
May 3rd, 1822, and died in Fitzwilliam, N. H., in 1838. 

108. Robert Printiss, born in Uxbridge, May 8th, 
1823; married Susan R. Osborne of Nashua, N. H., Oct. 
1st, 1844. She was born in Quincy, Mass., Sept. 27th, 
1822. They have had six children. 

127. James P., born in Nashua, N. H., June 29th, 
1846, and died in Nashua, Sept. 15th, 1848. 

128. Susan Elsie, born in Nashua, N. H., July 31. 
1848; married George S. Hale of Worcester, Sept. 20th, 
1871. They have one child. 

152. Carrie S., born in Worcester, July 25th, 1872. 

129. Charles Theodore, born in Nashua, Sept. 17th 
1852. 

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WALKUP 

Follett — Chase — Steele — Boxton — Pollock 

130. Carrie S., born in Nashua, Apr. 9th, 1855. 

131. Mary E., born in Nashua, Oct. 25th, 1857; died 
Dec. 24th, 1857. 

132. Nellie F., born in Worcester, Aug. 8th, 1868; 
died Au£?. 4th, 1869. 

109. Mary Elizabeth (Chase), born in Uxbridge, 
July 5th, 1824; married John S. Chase in Nashua, N. H., 
Jan. 1st, 1852. Their only child was born in Newcastle, 
Me., in 1856 and died soon after. 

110. Caroline Emily (Steele), born in Grafton, 
Mass., Oct. 22nd, 1825; married Fred Steele of Hudson, 
N. H. No children. 

111. Susan Maria (Boxton), born in Winchendon, 
Mass., Mar. 5th, 1828; married James W. Boxton of Mil- 
ford, N. H., who died in Worcester, Mass., May 17th, 
1874. No children. 

105. Philena Walkup, daughter of Susan McNa- 
mara and James Henderson Walkup, born in Upton, 
Aug. 7th, 1791 (Upton records). She died in Whitins- 
ville, Mass., Feb. 17th, 1873. Married Samuel Pollock 
of Thompson, Ct., who was born Jan. 15th, 1790, and 
died in Whitinsville, Nov. 10th, 1858. They had eleven 
children. 

1 12. Susan Congdon, born in Burrillville, R. I., Feb. 
8th, 1810. (Burrillville records.) 

113. James Madison, born in Burrillville, Dec. 2nd, 
1812 (Burrillville records), and died in Whitinsville, 
May 5th, 1884: married Mercy Bassett Williams in 1832. 
She was born in Northbridge, Oct. 21st, 1811, and died 
in Whitinsville, Nov. 3rd, 1886. They had two children. 

133. Charles Edward, born Apr. 4th, 1833; married 
Cordelia Roper in 1852. They have three children. 

153. Eliza A., born in Whitinsville, Feb. 25th, 1855. 

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WALKUP 

Pollock 

154. Ida Medora, born in Whitinsville, Apr. 12th, 
1858. 

155. Edith Marion, born in Whitinsville, Nov. 10th, 
1874. 

134. Eliza Ann, born Oct. 21st, 1835 ; died Feb. 6th, 
1841. 

114. Horace, born Oct. 17th, 1814, and died in 
Carthage, N. Y., Aug. 24th, 1859. He married Lydia A. 
Foster of New York. She died in Granby, N. Y., Apr. 
17th, 1885. They had seven children. 

135. Martha Jane, born Oct. 6th, 1840; married and 
lives in Minnesota. 

136. James Henry, born in Clayville, N. Y., July 
27th, 1^45. 

137. Charles R., born Mar. 26th, 1848, and died 
Oct. 6th, 1852. 

138. Mary E., born May 1st, 1850; married and 
lives in Martville, N. Y. 

139. Olive A., born in Clayville, N. Y., June 10th, 
1852; married and lives in Oswego City, N. Y. 

140. Louisa P., born in Granby, N. Y., Mar. 26th, 
1855, and died Apr. 17th, 1876. 

141. Elva A., born in Carthage, N. Y., Nov. 25th, 
1857; married and lives in Dexterville, N. Y. 

115. Betsey, born Oct. 16th, 1816, and died May 
10th, 1818. 

116. Richard C, born Feb. 12th, 1819: died in Ux- 
bridge, Dec. 21st, 1843 (Uxbridge records); married 
Aseneth Taft of Uxbridge. She was born Sept. 21st, 
1820, and died in Whitinsville, May 18th, 1843. They 
had one child. 

16 



WALKUP 

Pollock — Smith — Leonard — Emerson — Graham — 

Phillips 

142. Emma Adelaide (Smith), born in Southbridge, 
Mass., June 1st, 1842; married Hudson Smith of Pom- 
fret, Ct., Aug. 17th, 1871. 

1 17. Alexander, born in Burrillville, R. I., July 12th, 
1820 (Burrillville records), and died in Whitinsville, 
Mar. 15th, 1875; married Annie Evans Simmons of Cov- 
entry, Ct., Feb. 29th, 1844. They had five children. 

143. Harriet Augusta (Leonard) (Emerson), born 
in Grafton, Mass., Aug. 27th, 1847; married Henry W. 
Leonard of Worcester, Mar. 12th, 1868. They had one 
child, Harry A. (156). She married a second time, Capt. 
James Emerson of Biddeford, Me., May 1st, 1874. 

156. Harry A. Leonard, born in Whitinsville, 
Nov. 7th, 1869. 

144. George Nelson, born in Whitinsville, July 4th, 
1849; married Eliza A. Turner of Maine, Apr. 7th, 1871. 
They had four children. 

157. Annie Bell, born Dec. 18th, 1871. 

158. Flora Eliza, born Mar. 1st, 1873. 

159. George Ambrose, born July 7th, 1874, and died 
Aug. 25th, 1874. 

160. Carrie May, born May 8th, 1877, and died soon 
after. 

145. Mary Ella, born in Coventry, Ct., Apr. 26th, 
1851, and died in Jacksonville, Fla., Apr. 1st, 1877; mar- 
ried Stuart R. Graham, June 29th, 1867. 

146. Nellie E., born in Uxbridge, Dec. 25th, 1859, 
and died Mar. 15th, 1860. 

147. Willie Lincoln, born in Whitinsville, Feb. 4th, 
1865. 

118. Mary Ellen, born in Smithfield, R. I., July 
22nd, 1823; married Lucius J. Phillips of South Coven- 
try, Ct., Apr. 9th, 1846. They have two children. 

17 



WALKUP 

Phillips — Conant — Pollock — Butler — Mowry 

148. Mary Ellen (Conant), born in Whitinsville, 
Dec. 12th, 1847; married David A. Conant of Mansfield, 
Ct., Dec. 12th, 1866. They have one child. 

161. Lucius P., born in Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 

149. Alice Matilda, born in Whitinsville, Aug. 19th, 
1859. 

119. Henrietta Frost, born in Smithfield, R. L, Dec. 
10th, 1825 ; died July 29th, 1846. 

120. Charles Henry, born in Blackstone, Mass., 
Jan. 8th, 1829; married Drucilla P. Fletcher of Norwich, 
Ct., Nov. 6th, 1854. They had two children. 

150. Alphonso Borilla, born in Norwich, Ct., Mar. 
5th, 1856, and died Sept. 1st, 1856. 

151. Susan ^laria, born in Norwich, Ct., Nov. 7th, 
1858. 

121. George H., born in Northbridge, Dec. 23rd, 
1831; died Feb. 16th, 1832. 

122. Alphronia Maria, born in Northbridge, June 
5th, 1833: married Henrv Warren Butler of Pomfret, 
Ct., Apr. 16th, 1868. No children. 

106. Ruth Walkup, daughter of Susan McNamara 
and James Henderson Walkup; born in Uxbridge, July 
13th, 1798 (Uxbridge records) ; married Barton Mow- 
rey. Mar., 1820; he died June 4th, 1873 or 4. They had 
four children. 

123. Sylvester, born in 1822. 

124. Harley, born in 1824. 

125. Origen, born in 1826. 

126. Rhonaldo, born Feb. 3rd, 1828. 



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McNAMARA 

Congdon — Walkup 

175. John McNamara was born in Dublin, Ireland, 
in 1718, and died in Uxbridge, Mass., Aug. 14th, 1801. 
(Uxbridge records.) 

He must have left Dublin about 1735. The story 
goes that he was an only son and heir to a large estate. 
His uncle and aunt, in whose care he was left when an 
orphan, were next heir to him. His uncle was bound 
to get him out of the way, and his aunt thought of this 
plan, and he told the story, believing as his aunt told 
him, that his uncle would poison him or do something 
worse if he would not do as she planned. So she suc- 
ceeded in getting him aboard ship and concealed him 
in a packing box. 

He had with him his bagpipes on which he excelled 
as a performer and the captain and passengers paid him 
for his performances. Thus he earned his passage to 
America and had some money in his pocket when he 
landed. 

He played along through the country, and once 
while he was traveling along the road (some time after- 
wards) he came to a farm house where he thought he 
would put up. Walking up he saw a lovely creature 
"milking a cow." This was the fair Ruth Parkhurst, 
with whom he fell in love and afterwards wed. 

Ruth Parkhurst was born in Framingham, Mass., 
and died in Upton, Mass. They became very well off 
and left large tracts of land near Whitinsville. They 
had one child. I 

176. Susan, born in Upton, Mass. Married Richard 
Congdon; he died in Upton. Susan married a second 
time in 1784, James Henderson Walkup, who was born 

19 



McNAMARA 

Walkup 

in 1735 in Framingham, and died in Colraine, Mass. 
The children of Susan and James Henderson Walkup 
were: 



101. 


Joseph. 


102. 


Lucy. 


103. 


Betsey. 


104. 


Mary R. 


105. 


Philena. 


106. 


Ruth. 



20 



FISHER 

180. Eleazor Fisher, born in 1663; married Hannah 
Leonard in 1688; died in 1733. 

181. Eleazor Fisher, son of Eleazor and Hannah 
Leonard Fisher; born in 1688; died in 1769. Married 
Rachael in 1710. Rachael died in 1764. 

182. Eleazor Fisher (Private Capt. Cushing's Bat- 
tery), son of Eleazor and Rachael Fisher; born in Wren- 
tham, Mass., Jan. 30th, 1730; married Mary Daws, Dec. 
9th, 1756. He died in Franklin, Mass., May 19th, 1804. 
She died in 1806. 

183. Olive Fisher, daughter of Eleazor Fisher and 
Mary Daws; born in Wrentham, Mass., Feb. 13th, 1758; 
married July 3rd, 1783, to Gaius Smith. 



21 



BELL 

200. William Bell, of Lidesdale, Parish of Cassel- 
ton, Rocksburyshire, Scotland, came with wife, Flora 
McCorquedale and five children and one sister, Isabell. 
Letter from Robert Rutherford, minister of the Presby- 
terian Church of Lidesdale, Castletown Manse, and 
countersigned by James Armstrong, Elder, and Will 
Elliotte, dated May 3rd, 1772. 

Another letter previously issued, May 27th, 1766, 
signed by Robert Rutherford and James Armstrong, 
probably indicates contemplated coming to America at 
that time, but deferred doing so until 1772, settled in 
Argyle, N. Y. 

Pass reading, as follows: 

"Permit the bearer, William Bell of Argyle Town 
to pass with his family and efifects. He has taken the 
oath of His Excellency, General Bergoyn, manifesto to 
an oath of allegiance at Fort Edward, the 5th day of 
Aug., 1777, to all concerned. 

(Signed) "Philip H." (balance torn off.) 

Settled in Fredericksburg Township, Lenox 
County, Ontario. William buried there in burying 
ground. 

Among the children of William and Flora McCor- 
quedale Bell, of whom there were five, was : 

201. William Bell, born in Scotland; married Ann 
Carscallen, Apr. 5th, 1875, in County of Lenox, Ontario, 
near Kingston. 

202. Duncan Bell. 

203. John Bell — Left Canada and returned to Ar- 
gyle, N. Y., shortly after Treaty of Peace signed, but 
never heard of afterward. 

Children of William and Ann Carscallen Bell are : 

204. William, born Apr. 12th, 1876; died in infancy. 

205. William McCorquedale, born July 18th, 1787. 

22 



BELL 

206. Elizabeth, born Mar. 5th, 1790. 

207. Helen, born Feb. 21st, 1792. 

208. Catherine, born Nov. 23rd, 1793. 

209. John, born Jan. 14th, 1796. 

210. James, born Feb. 25th, 1799. 

211. David Stuart, born Feb. 22nd, 1800 (no chil- 
dren). 

212. Ann, born Jan. 22nd, 1803. 

213. Edward C, born Feb. 28th, 1805. 

214. Isabel, born Sept. 13th, 1807. 

215. Duncan, born Sept. 20th, 1809. 

216. Daniel Eraser, born May 19th, 1812. 

The above data taken from Family Bible now (May 
20th, 1915), in possession of Mr. William W. Bell, 2329 
Mound Ave., Norwood, Ohio. 

205. William McCorquedale Bell, second child and 
second son of William and Ann Carscallen Bell, born 
July 18th, 1787. Married. His children were: 

William. 

James. 

Luke. 

Andrew. 

David ; died 1914 in Winnipeg, age 98. 

Flora; married Mr. Hoffman. 

Catherine; married Mr. Embury. 

209. John Bell, sixth child and third son of William 
and Ann Carscallen Bell; born Jan. 14th, 1796, in the 
County of Lenox, Ontario, near Kingston. Married 
Sarah Perry in 1821 ; died in April, 1877, at the age of 
80 years and 3 months, in Camden, County of Adding- 
ton, Ontario, and was buried in the same place. 

23 



BELL 

386. Sarah Perry, born in 1804; married John Bell 
in 1821; died in April, 1889, at the age of 85 years, in 
Camden, County of Addington, Ontario, and was buried 
in the same place. Their children were: 

221. John D. Bell, born in 1821 ; died in 1881 at the 
age of 60 years, in the Church at Edwardsville, in the 
County of Greenville, and was buried at Athens, in the 
County of Leeds. He joined the Methodist Ministry at 
the age of 25. He married his first wife at the age of 
21, with whom he lived for 15 years, having one son and 
one daughter. 

Married his second wife in 1864, and had by her one 
son and five daughters, two of whom died. One son 
and two daughters are now (May, 1915,) living in the 
City of Brockville, Ontario. Their names are: 

246. Sterling Bell. 

247. Dealia Bell. 

248. Lona Bell. 

Do not know whom they married. 

222. Robert B. Bell, born in 1831. Farmer. Mar- 
ried twice, having one son and one daughter by his first 
marriage, and one daughter by his second. He died in 
1903, at the age of 72 years, in the City of Kingston, and 
was buried there. 

223. Catherine Bell, born in 1833 in Camden. Had 
two girls. Died in 1868 at the age of 35 in Portland, in 
County of Frontenac, about thirty miles north of the 
City of Kingston, Ontario, and was buried in Camden, 
Ontario. 

224. Edward Eraser Bell, born in 1834 in Camden. 
Taught school. Married twice, and had three boys and 
one girl by his first marriage, and no children by the sec- 
ond marriage. Died in 1910 in California at the age of 
77 years. 

225. William T. Bell, born in 1836 in Camden. 
Taught school. Married twice. Had three sons by his 

24 



BELL 

Bell — Smith 

first marriage, two of whom are now (May, 1915,) liv- 
ing. Had one son and one daughter by his second mar- 
riage. Both are now (May, 1915) living. He died in 
1902 at the age of 66 years, in the City of Kingston, and 
was buried there. 

227. Hannah Mary Bell, born in 1838 ; married, and 
had three sons and four daughters. One girl is dead. 
Hannah died at Harlow, about 70 miles north of Kings- 
ton, and was buried there. 

228. David T. Bell, born in Camden, County of Ad- 
dington, Ontario. Married his first wife in 1844, by 
whom he had two sons and two daughters. 

Married his second wife in 1864, by whom he had 
two sons. Both still living (May, 1915). 

Married his third wife in 1871. No children. His 
three wives are dead. 

He died in 1878 in Camden, County of Addington, 
Ontario. Farmer. 

229. Ann Bell, born in 1825; died in the State of 
New York in 1906-7, with her only child, a girl, at the 
age of 83. 

230. James T. Bell, born 1827 in Camden; farmer. 
Married and had one son and three daughters. All are 
living (May, 1915). He died in Camden and was buried 
in Kingston Cemetery at the age of 70 years and 10 
months. His wife died in 1911. 

231. Elizabeth Perry Bell, born in Kingston, Can- 
ada, West, Apr. 16th, 1831. Married in 1857 to Charles 
Messinger Smith. Died Jan. 3rd, 1908. Their children 
were: 

40. Libby J., born Toronto, Sept. 14th, 1857. 

41. Annie A. B., born Newburgh, Ont., Jan. 14th, 
1859; died June 20th, 1909. 

42. John Eraser, born Detroit, Mich., Nov. 6th, 
1864. 

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BELL 

Smith — Bell — Hogeboomcape — Hamilton — Charters 

43. Lucv, born Detroit, Mich., Aug. 5, 1871 ; died 
July 5, 1872. ' 

232. Bowen Aylsworth P. Bell, born in 1840. Mar- 
ried in 1864; had eight children; two are dead. He is 
still living (May, 1915) in Young, Sask., Canada. 

233. E. Fraser Bell, born in Camden. 

234. Benjamin T. Bell, born in 1842 in Camden. 
Taught school. Died at the age of 21 years, in 1863, and 
was buried in Camden. Was married' and had one son, 
who is dead. 

210. James Bell, seventh child and fourth son of 
William and Ann Carscallen Bell; born Feb. 25th, 1799. 
Married and had but one son, William; both dead. 

213. Edward C. Bell, tenth child and sixth son of 
William and Ann Carscallen Bell; born Feb. 28th, 1805. 
Married Isabell Gunsolus, who was born about 1815. 
Their children were: 

236. Delia; died. 

237. Ann; died. 

238. Helen; died. 

239. Maria; married Mr. James Hogeboomcape. 
He died in 1915. 

240. William Wallace; married in 1892 to Mrs. P. 
Taylor. No children. 

241. Jane; lived in Moscow, Idaho; married John 
Hamilton, who died in California. 

242. Donald; died. 

243. James; died. 

244. Annie ; married Archie Charters ; lived in Pres- 
cott, Ontario. 

245. John. 



26 



ED\A/^ARD PERRY 

OF SANDWICH, MASS. 

(Extract from genealogy of Edmund Freeman of 
Lynn, Mass., "First Settlers of New England," by Sav- 
age) : 

300. "Freeman, Edmund, of Lynn, came in the Abi- 
gail 1635, age 45, with others of name: Mary, 50; John, 
35; Thomas, 24; John, 9, and Cecelia, 4. All entered at 
the Custom House 17th of June in London, but we know 
of six others for the same ship entered July 1st, as fol- 
lows, viz. : 

Edward, 34. 

His wife Elizabeth, 35, and four children (not of 
Edward, but of Edmund). 

Alice, 17, 

Edmund, 15. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

John, 8. 

Whom Mary and four others were who took their 
passage on the earlier day is all unknown, as well as the 
Edward with wife Elizabeth. 

Conjecture will find no benefit from the records, it 
is thought, for we are not able to determine whether he 
brought a wife; yet we know he had one at Sandwich, 
but not her name. Presume we may conjecture (from 
his will of 21st June, 1682, — proven Nov. 2nd following, 
naming sons Edmund, John and Edward Perry, as the 
wife of Edward Perry was Mary) that he had married 
on this side of the water a Widow Perry, though Mr. 
Winsor took a divers view as if Edward Perry had mar- 
ried a daughter of Freeman — no daughter is ever men- 
tioned in this country except the two found in the old 
records of London Custom House, Alice, who married 
Nov. 24th, 1639, deacon Wm. Paddy and died at Ply- 
mouth, Apr. 24th, 1651, and Elizabeth, who married, in 
1645, John Ellis." 

27 



PERRY 

From being named as son, in the will of Edmund 
Freem.an, it may be that Edward Perry of Sandwich, 
Mass., had married a daughter of Freeman's, but more 
probably his mother had been second wife of Freeman 
(Edward or Edmund), by wife Mary (which may have 
been daughter of Freeman) he had Samuel, born 1664, 
and probably others. 

301. Samuel Perry, son of Edward Perry of Sand- 
wich, Mass., married Mary Miller, Dec. 12th, 1676. 
Their children were: 

302. Mehitabel, born Apr. 30th, 1680. 

303. Jaziell, born May 6th, 1682. 

304. Mary, born Aug. 17th, 1684. 

305. Elizabeth, born Jan. 17th, 1686. 

306. Samuel, born Feb. 14th, 1688-9. 

307. Rebeka, born Jan. 4th, 1691. 

308. Sarah, born July 30th, 1693. 

303. Jaziell Perry, son of Samuel Perry ; born May 
6th, 1682; married Jan. 3rd, 1706-7, Rebeka Willmarth, 
born Aug. 30th, 1683. Their children were: 

309. Mary, born Apr. 19th, 1708. 

310. Daniel, born May 9th, 1710. 

311. Mehitabel, born Apr. 25th, 1713. 

312. Isiall, born Aug. 15th, 1715. 

313. Rebeckah, born May 17th, 1717. 

314. David, born Aug. 16th, 1719. 

315. Ichobod, born Apr. 3rd, 1722. 

316. Keziah, born Aug. 7th, 1724. 

314. David Perry, Sr., son of Jaziell Perry: born in 
Rehoboth, Mass., Aug. 16th, 1719; married Margaret 
Dyser, born Mar. 12th, 1722. Their children were : 

"^ 317. Ester, born Mar. 5th, 1745. 
318. Amy, born July 3rd, 1747. 

28 



PERRY 

Perry — Hawley 

319. David, born Jan. 27th, 1749. 

320. Robert, born Mar. 2nd, 1751. 

321. Peter, born Mar. 25th, 1753. 

322. Margaret, born May 21st, 1755. 
^23. Ester, born Oct. 23rd, 1758. 

12A. Mehitabel, born Sept. 7th, 1760. 

325. Keziah, born June 10th, 1764. 

326. Isreal. 

320. Robert Perry, Sr., son of David Perry, Sr. ; 
born in Rehoboth, Mass., Bristol County, Mar. 2nd, 
1751; married Jemima Washburn, born in Vermont, 
Mar. 19th, 1774. Their children v^ere: 

327. Robert, Jr., born 1772. 

328. Amy, born 1775. 

329. Patience, born 1777. 

330. Daniel, born 1779. 

331. Hannah, born 1781. 

332. David, born 1783. 

Robert, Sr., and family then moved to Ernestown 
Township, Ontario, near Napanee. 

333. Sarah, born 1785. 

334. Ebenezer, born 1788. 

335. Mary, born 1791 ; married W. Hawley of 
Napanee. 

336. Peter. 

327. Robert Perry, Jr., son of Robert Perry, Sr.; 
born in 1772. His children were : 

337. Robert, died young. 

338. Elizabeth, married and had 9 children. 

339. Robert, married and had 6 children. 

340. Anne, married and had 2 children. 
v341. Neil, married and had 7 children. 

29 






PERRY 

Perry — Pomeroy — Perry 

342. James, married and had 4 children, 

> 343. Ester, married and had 5 children. 

344. Mary, married and had 6 children. 

345. Peter, married and had 3 children. 

346. Ebenezer, married and had 7 children. 

347. Daniel, married and had 10 children. 

348. Henry, married and had 6 children. 

349. Nancy, married and had 3 children. 

350. Simon, married and had 7 children. 

351. Bidwell, married and had 5 children. 

352. Jane. 

353. John, married and had 2 children. 

354. Sally Ann, married and had 2 children. 

355. Hannah. 

Second child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

328. Amy, died young. 

Third child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

329. Patience; married Mr. Pomeroy; school 
teacher. Their children were : 

356. Jemima, had 10 children. 

357. John, had 4 children. 

358. Amy. 

359. Daniel, had 3 children. 

360. Lois. 

361. Ebenezer, had 2 children. 

362. Timothy. 

Fourth child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

330. Daniel. His children are as follows: 

363. Margaret. 

364. Calvin. 

365. Ebenezer. 

30 



PERRY 

Perry — Rockwell — Gardiner — Aylesworth — Perry 

366. Sarah. 

367. Peter. 

441. Mrs. Rockwell, Napanee, Ont., is a daughter 
of Peter. 

368. Aylesworth. 

369. David. 

370. John. 

371. Daniel. 

442. Mrs. Gardanier, Napanee, Ont., is a daughter 
of Daniel. 

Fifth child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

331. Hannah; married Mr. Aylsworth. Their chil- 
dren were: 

372. Benjamin. 

373. Job. 

374. David. 

375. John. 

376. Robert. 
Z77 . Henry. 

378. Elizabeth. 

379. Daniel. 

380. Isaac. 

381. Mary. 

382. Sarah Ann. 

383. Peter. 

384. Mercy. 

385. Ebenezer. 

Sixth child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

332. David, had eighteen children, seven of which 
died young. His children were : 

31 



PERRY 

Bell — Henderson — Bird — Lilly — Goldsmith — Buck 

Powley — Yeoman 

386. Sarah (or Sally) ; married Mr. John Bell. 

387. Bowen. 

443. Mrs. James Henderson, Camden, East On- 
tario, is his daughter. 

388. Hannah ; married Mr. Robert Bird, farm north 
of Belleville, Ontario. 

389. Benjamin ; moved to Minnesota, U. S. A. 

444. Mrs. Lilly of Toronto is a daughter of Benja- 
min. 

390. Mary; married a Mr. Goldsmith. Had a son. 

445. Dr. Goldsmith of Belleville, Ontario, who also 
had a son, a doctor, who is now (March, 1915) in 
France with the Canadian Field Hospital Corps. 

391. Ester; married a Mr. Bird. She died young. 

392. Elizabeth; married Lumis Buck. 

393. George; living with his son at Inverary, On- 
tario, Feb., 1915 ; quite smart ; age 94 years. 

394. Emily; married a Mr. Powley; went to Cali- 
fornia and died there in winter of 1914. Had one son. 

446. Charles, a doctor in Missouri. 

395. Robert; moved to California in 1858; returned 
in 1913 to Ontario on a visit. Came and went home all 
alone ; was 82 years old. Had eight children, all located 
in California. 

396. Agnes Rebecca; married a Mr. Joseph Yeo- 
man. Their children located in Western Canada. Mr. 
Yeoman living (March, 1915). 

Seventh child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

333. Sarah, died young. 
Eighth child of Robert Perry, Sr. 

334. Ebenezer. His children were: 

397. Daniel. 

398. Abisha; sons. 

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PERRY 

Perry — Hawley 

447. R. D. Perry. 

448. Frank Perry of Sault Ste. Marie; reported 
wealthy. 

399. George. 

400. Charles. Wife and children lived in Peter- 
boro, Ont. 

401. Ann. 

402. John. 

403. Sarah. 

404. Robert. 

405. Egerton. 

406. Ebenezer. 

Ninth child of R. Perry, Sr. 

335. Mary. Married W. Hawley. Their children 
were: 

407. Ebenezer. 

408. Hannah. 

409. John. 

410. Tuttle. 

411. Robert. 

412. Jemima. 

413. Arsula. 

414. Matilda. 

415. Peter. 

416. George. 

Tenth child of R. Perry, Sr. 

336. Peter. His children were : 

417. Cinderella. 

418. Jane. 

419. Hannah. 

420. Mary. 

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PERRY 

Perry — Eddy — Perrigo 

421. Jemima. 

422. Robert. 

423. John. Widow lived in Whitby, Ontario. 

424. Sarah. 

449. Peter, son of Sarah, taught in Fergus, Ontario, 
High School. 

326. Israel Perry, a brother of David Perry, and no 
doubt a younger brother of David Perry, and son of 
David Perry, Sr. Israel Perry's children are: 

425. Levi Hope, born 1791. 

426. James, died in Woodstock. 

427. Eli, poisoned by wife and doctor in New York. 

428. Job, descendants in Milwaukee. 

429. Mary, married a Mr. Eddy, Ohio (lost trace 
of). 

430. Israel, lost trace of. 

431. Joshua, lost trace of. 

432. Lucretia, married Mr. Perrigo; lost trace of. 
David Perry educated Levi Hope Perry. 

433. Levi Hope Perry, M. D., moved to Woodstock 
in 1816. Married Ester Burtch. Perry Street in Wood- 
stock named after him. Their children were: 

434. Lucretia, dead. 

435. Daniel. 

436. Abigail. 

450. Mr. Hill's mother. 

437. Marilla Jane. 

438. David Marks. 

439. Zerugah. 

440. Belinda, dead. 



34 



SMITH 
Massachusetts in the Revolution 

PAGES 403-4 

GAIUS SMITH, Rehoboth, Mass. 

Private Captain Nathaniel Carpenter's Co., list of 
men stationed at Brookline for six weeks and dismissed 
Jan. 15th, 1776. 

Also Captain Isaac Hodges Co. Service from Aug. 
12th, 1776, to Oct. 1st, 1776. 

Also Captain Hodges' Co., Col. Ebenezer Francis, 
Regiment copy of a company receipt for wages for serv- 
ive from Aug. 12th, 1776, to Oct. 1st, 1776, dated Dor- 
chester. 

Also same Company and Regiment, Co. receipt for 
wages, October and November, 1776, dated Dorchester. 

Also Private same Company and Regiment pay ab- 
stract for travel allowance from Company home, etc. 
Sworn to Nov. 29th, 1776. Said Smith credited with al- 
lowance for two days' (48 miles) travel. Company 
drafted from Rehoboth, Attleboro, Norton, Mansfield 
and Easton. 

Also Captain Sylvanus Martin's Company. Col. 
Thos. Carpenter's Regiment, service sixteen days. Com- 
pany marched from Rehoboth to Bristol, R. I., on the 
alarm Dec. 8th, 1776. 

Also Capt. Jas. Hill's Company, Col. John Dagget's 
Regiment, list of men stationed at Bristol for three, 
months from Dec. 28th, 1776. 

Also Captain Nat. Carpenter's Company, Col. John 
Hathaway's Regiment, service from April 21, 1777 — 
twenty-three days. Company stationed at Tiverton, 
R.I. 

Also Capt. Nat. Carpenter's Co., Col. Thos. Carpen- 
ter's Regiment. Service from July 20, 1777 — one month, 
five days, at Rhode Island, including travel to camp at 
Bristol and from Providence home to Rehoboth. 

35 



SMITH — W ALKUP 

Also Capt. Sylvanus Martin's Co., Col. Williams' 
Regiment. Service from Sept. 29th, 1777, to Oct. 30th, 
1777, at Tiverton. 

Also Capt. Israel Hicks' Co., Col. Jno. Daggett's 
Regiment; marched to camp Jan. 2nd, 1778,; discharged 
Mar. 31st, 1778. Service three months at Rhode Island. 

Also Capt. Stephen Bullock's Company, Col. Thos. 
Carpenter's (Bristol Co.) Regiment, entered service 
July 29th, 1778; discharged Sept. 10th, 1778. Service 
one month; fourteen days on expedition to Rhode 
Island. 

Also Capt. Jabez Bullock's Co., Col. Carpenter's 
Regiment, entered service July 27th, 1780; discharged 
July 31st, 1780. Service five days at Tiverton, R. I., on 
an alarm. Company raised for six days. 



WALKUP 

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of 
the Revolution, Volume XVI, page 490. Page 140 Vital 
Record Upton. 

HENDERSON WALKUP, Upton. Private, Capt. 
Robert Taft's Co., Col. Silas Wheelock's regt., which 
marched on the alarm of Apr. 19th, 1775, to Roxbury; 
also, Capt. Ezra Wood's Co. ; company return dated 
Upton, Apr. 19th (year not given, possibly 1775) ; also, 
Capt. David Batchelor's Co., Col. Joseph Reed's (20th) 
regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1st, 1775; enlisted Apr. 
27th, 1775; service, 3 mos. 12 days; also, company re- 
turn; also, order for bounty coat dated Roxbury, Oct. 
24th, 1775; also. Private, Capt. Isaac Martin's Co., Col. 
Ezra Wood's regt.; service 23 days; company marched 
to Rhode Island, Apr. 17th, 1777, and served until May 
7th, 1777, under Major General Spencer. 

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McNAM AR A— FISHER 

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of 
the Revolution, Volume X, page 562. 

JOHN McNAMARA, Groton. Sergeant, Capt. 
Munson's Co., Col. Hazen's regt. ; Continental Army pay 
accounts for service, Jan. 1st, 1777, to Dec. 31st, 1779; 
also, return of officers belonging to Massachusetts in 
Col. Moses Hazen's regt., certified at Camp Peekskill, 
Nov. 9, 1779; Capt. Munson's Co.; rank, sergeant, en- 
gaged Nov. 14, 1776; term, during war; also, Col. Ha- 
zen's regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service 
from Jan. 1st, 1780, to Dec. 31st, 1780; residence, Groton. 



FISHER 

Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of 
the Revolution, Vol. V, page 693. Fisher Genealogy by 
Philip A. Fisher, page 97. 

ELEAZOR FISHER, Wrentham, Private, Capt. 
Thomas Bacon's (1st Wrentham) Company, which 
marched Apr. 30th, 1775, on an alarm; left place of ren- 
dezvous May 1, 1775; service, two and one-half days. 

Matross, Capt. Perez Cushing's Co. ; return sworn 
to at Boston, Dec. 7th, 1776, for travel allowance from 
home to camp at Boston where company joined Col. 
Thomas Crafts' (Artillery) regt.; also, Capt. Cushing's 
(9th) Co., Col. Crafts' (Artillery) regt.; joined Nov. 1, 
1776; service to May 8, 1777, 6 mos., 7 days. 



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INDEX 



SMITH 

Pages Pages 

Abbie 7-13 Tudith 1 

Abigail 2 Libby J 7-12-25 

Annie A. B 7-13-25 Lucy 7-13-26 

Betty 2 Lucy W. (Walkup) 3-6-9-12 

Benjamin 2 Lucinia A 6-12 

Caroline Ray 3-6-12 Mary 2 

Carrie Lee 8-14 Mary Carver , 8-14 

Charles Bates 7-13 Mary Hall 3-4-9-10 

Charles Messinger 3-6-12-25 Mary (Peck) ; 2 

Cynthia A. (Capron) 3-7-13 Mary Selina Curzon 8-14 

Daniel 1 Matilda A 6-12 

Ebenezer 2 Olive (Fisher) 3-21 

Eleazor 2 Rachel 3 

Eliza Ann 3-7-13 Rachel (Allen) 3 

Elizabeth 1-2 Rebeka 2 

Elizabeth (Cooper) 1 Richard 1 

EHzabeth Perry (Bell) 6-12-25 Ruth 2 

Gaius 2-21-35 Ruth (Burr) 2 

Gaius W 3-6-9-12 Sarah 2 

George Henry 3-7-13 Sarah (Bordeen) 2 

Henry 1-2 Scyrell 2 

Hudson 17 Simon 2 

Joshua 1-2 ', Thomas 2 

John 1 William 3 

John Fraser 7-13-25 William Sprague 8-14 

FIELD 

Pages Pages 

Alice Perkins 4-10 Harriett 4 

Freeman 3-4-9-10 Mary Hall (Smith) 3-4-9-10 

ROBIE 

Pages Pages 

Charles Case 4-10 Harold Fernando 4-10 

Chester Field 4-10 Harriett (Field) 4-10 

Ethel Rose 4-10 Helen Marie 4-10 

Eugene Field 4-10 Louise Whitman 4-10 

Frank Herbert 4-10 Walter A 4-10 

Franklin 4-10 

BATES 

Pages Pages 

Augusta Safford 5-11 Frederick Dickenson 5-11 

Alice Mary 5-11 Freeman Field 5-11 

Alice P 4-5-6-10-11 Margery Foree 5-11 

Benjamin F 4-5-6-10-11 Ruth Alden 5-11 

Elizabeth Guilford 5-11 



RICE 

Pages Pages 

Persis Alden 5-11 Dr. William 5-11 

Priscella Alden 5-11 

COFFIN 

Pages Pages 

Augusta Safford (Bates) 5-11 Edwin Hiller 5-11 

Edwin H 5-11 Medelyn Augusta 5-11 



PROUTY 

Pages Pages 

Caroline 3-6-12 Louisa 6-12 

Joel L 3-12 Lucy Bell 6-12 

SEVERSON 

Pages Pages 

Carl Prouty 612 Stella Scott 612 

Louisa Prouty 6-12 William 6-12 

OSBORNE 

Pages Pages 

Carrie Pearl 6-12 Lucy Bell 6-12 

Harry 6-12 Mabel Prouty 6-12 

Hezekiah R 6-12 

MATTHEWS 

Pages Pages 

Andrew S 3-7-13 Willie 7-13 

Charles 7-13 Willie Baker 7-13 

A. Sterrett 7-13 Frances M. Baker 7-13 

Eliza Ann (Smith) 3-7-13 Abbie Smith 7-13 

George 7-13 

WALKUP 

Pages Pages 

Betsy 9-14-20 Mary R 9-14-20 

Tames Henderson 9-14-1S-18-19-36 Philena 9-15-20 

Joseph 9-20 Ruth 9-18-20 

Lucy W 3-6-9-12-20 Susan (McNamara) 9-14-1S-18-19 

FOLLETT 

Pages Pages 

Caroline Emily IS Nellie F IS 

Carie S IS Mary R. (Walkup) 9-14 

Charles Theodore 14 Robert 14 

Tames Henderson 14 Robert Printiss 14 

Tames P 14 Susan Elsie 14 

Mary E IS Susan Maria IS 

Mary Elizabeth 15 

POLLOCK 

Pages Pages 

Alexander 17 Harriett Augusta 17 

Alphonso Borilla 18 Henrietta Frost 18 

Alphronia Maria 18 Horace 16 

Annie Bell 17 Ida Medora 16 

Qetsy 16 James Henry 16 

Carrie May 17 James Madison 15 

Charles Edward IS Louisa P 16 

Charles Henry 18 Mar'na Jane 16 

Charles R 16 Mary E 16 

Edith Marion 16 Mary E a 17 

Eliza A IS Mary Ellen 7 

Eliza Ann 16 Nellie E 17 

■glva A 16 Olive A 16 

Emma ' Adelaide 17 Richard C .16 

Flora Eliza 17 Samuel 9-15 

George Ambrose 17 Susan Congdon 15 

George H 18 Susan Maria 18 

George Nel.son 17 William Lincoln 17 

n 



BELL 



Pages 

Andrew 23 

Annie 26 

Annie 25 

Ann Carscallon 22-23-26 

Benhamin T 26 

Bowen Aylesworth P 26 

Catherine 23-24 

Daniel Eraser 23 

David 23 

David Stuart 23 

David T 25 

Dealia 24 

Delia 26 

Donald 26 

Duncan 22-23 

Edward C 23-26 

Edward Fraser 24 

E. Fraser 26 

Elizabeth 23 

Elizabeth Perry 6-12-25 



Pages 

Flora 23 

Flora McCorquedale 22 

Hannah Mary 25 

Helen 23-26 

Isabell 22-23-26 

James 23-26 

James T 25 

Jane 26 

John 22-23-26-32 

John D 24 

Lona 24 

Luke 23 

Maria 26 

Robert B 24 

Sarah (Perry) 23-24-30 

Sterling 24 

William 22-23-26 

William McCorquedale 22-23 

William T 24 

William W 23-26 



PERRY 



Pages 

Abagail 34 

Abisha 32 

Agnes Rebecca 32 

Amy 28-29-30 

Anne 29-33 

Aylesworth 31 

Belinda 34 

Benjamin 32 

Bidwell 30 

Bowen 32 

Calvin 30 

Charles 33 

Cinderella 33 

Daniel 28-29-30-31-32-34 

David 28-29-31-34 

David Marks 34 

Ebenezer 29-30-31-32-33 

Edward 27-28 

Egerton 33 

Eli 34 

Elizabeth 28-29-31-32 

Emily 32 

Ester 28-29-30-32 

Frank 33 

George 32-33 

Hannah 29-30-31-32-33 

Henry 30-31 

Ichobod 28 

Isiall 28 

Isreal 29-34 

James 30-34 



Pages 

Jaziell 28 

Jemima 34 

Jemima Washburn 29 

Jane 30-33 

Job 34 

John 30-31-33-34 

Joshua 34 

Keziah 28-29 

Levi Hope 34 

Lucretia 34 

Margaret 29-30 

Margaret Dyser 28 

Mary 27-28-29-30-32-33-34 

Mary Miller 28 

Mehitabel 28-29 

Marilla Jane 34 

Nancy 30 

Neil 29 

Patience 29-30 

Peter 29-30-31-33 

Rebeka 28 

Rebeka Willmarth 28 

Robert 29-30-31-32-33-34 

R. D 33 

Sally Ann 30 

Samuel 28 

Sarah 23-24-28-29-31-32-33-34 

Sarah Ann 31 

Simon 30 

Zerugah 34 



POMEROY 



Pages 

Amy 30 

Daniel 30 

Ebenezer 30 

Jemima 30 

John 30 



Pages 

Lois 30 

Mr 30 

Patience Perry 30 

Timothy 30 



AYLESWORTH 



Pages 

Benjamin ?l 

Daniel 31 

David 31 

Ebenezer 31 

Elizabeth 31 

Hannah Perry 31 

Henry 31 

I saac 31 



Job ., 
John , 
Mary 



Pages 
.31 
.31 
.31 



Mercy 31 

Peter 31 

Robert 31 

Sarah Ann 31 

Mr 31 



III 



HAWLEY 



Pages 

Arsula \\ 

Ebenezer ^^ 

George ^^ 

Hannah ^^ 

Jemima ^% 

John 33 



Pages 

Mary Perry 33 

Matilda 33 

Peter 33 

Robert 33 

Tuttle 33 

W 33 



OTHERS 



A 

Pages 

Allen. Rachel 3 

Armstrong, James |^ 

Ayleswortn, Mr •'^ 

B 

Bacon, Capt. Thomas ■37 

Baker, Frances M 7-13 

Batchelor, Capt. David 36 

Bergoyn, General 22 

Billings, Lucinda A 6-12 

Billings, Matilda A 6-12 

Bird, Robert 32 

Borcleen, Sarah 2 

Boxton, James W 1 5 

Buck, Lumis 32 

Bullock, Capt. Jabez 36 

Bullock, Capt. Stephen 36 

Burr, Ruth 2 

Burtch, Ester 34 

Butler, Henry Warren 18 

C 

Capron, Cynthia A 3-7-13 

Carpenter, Capt. Nathaniel 35 

Carpenter, Col. Thos 35-36 

Carscallen, Ann 22-23-26 

Charters, Archie 26 

Chase, John S 15 

Conant, David A 18 

Conant, Lucius P 18 

Congdon, Richard 9-19 

Cooper, Elizabeth 1 

Cooper, Thomas 1 

Crafts, Col. Thos 37 

Gushing, Capt. Perez 37 

D 

Daggett, Col. John 35-36 

Daws, Mary 21 

Dyer, Lucy Chandler 4-10 

Dyser, Margaret 28 

E 

Eddy, Mr 34 

Elliott. Will 22 

Ellis. John 27 

Embury, Mr 2,''. 

Emerson, James 17 

F 

Fletcher, Drucilla P 18 

Fisher, Eleazor 21-37 

Fisher, Olive 3-21 

Fisher. Philip A 37 

Fisher. Rachel 21 

Follett. Robert 14 

Foster. Lydia A 16 

Francis, Col. Ebenezer 35 



Pages 

Freeman. Alice 27 

Frt-eman. Cecilia 27 

Freeman. Edmund 27-28 

Freeman, Edward 27 

Freeman, Elizabeth 27 

Freeman, John 27 

Freeman, Mary 27-28 

Freeman. Thomas 27 

G 

("■ardanier. Mrs 31 

Goldsmith. Dr 32 

Goldsmith. Mr 32 

Graham, Stuart R 17 

Guilford. Georgia Force 5-11 

Gunsolus. Isabell 26 

H 

Haight, William 14 

Hale, Carrie 14 

Hale. George S 14 

Hamilton. John 26 

Hathaway, Col. John 35 

Hawley. W 29 

Hazen. Col 37 

Henderson. Mrs. James 32 

Hicks. Capt. Israel 36 

Hill. Capt. Jas 35 

Hill. Mr 34 

Hodges, Capt. Isaac 35 

HofTman, Mr 23 

Hogeboomcape, James 26 

L 

Lane, Mary Ada 8-13 

Leonard, Hannah 21 

Leonard, Harry A 17 

Leonard, Henry W 17 

Lilly, Mrs 32 

M 

Martin, Capt. Isaac 36 

Martin, John 1 

Martin. Capt. Sylvanus 35-36 

McCorquedale. Flora 22 

McLaughlin, William H 4-10 

McNamara, John 19-37 

McNamara, Susan 9-14-15-18-19 

Miller. Mary 28 

Moss. Mary D 7-13 

Mowrey, Barton 18 

Movvrey. Harley 18 

Mowrey. Origen 18 

Mowrey. Rhonaldo 18 

Mowrey. Sylvester 18 

Munson. Capt 37 

O 

Osborne, Susan R 14 

IV 



OTHERS— Cont. 



Paddy, Deacon Wm 27 

Parkhurst, Ruth 19 

Peck, Joseph 1 

Peck, Mary 2 

Peck, Samuel 2 

Perrigo, Mr 34 

Phillips, Alice Matilda 18 

Phillips, Lucius J 17 

Phillips. Mary Ellen 17-18 

Pomeroy, Mr 30 

Powley, Charles 32 

Povvley, Mr 32 



Reed, Col. Joseph 36 

Rockwell, Mrs 31 

Roper, Cordela IS 

Rutherford, Robert 22 



Simmons, Annie Evans 17 

Steele, Fred IS 

Sugarman, Mariam 4-10 

Spencer, Maj. Gen 36 



Taf t, Aseneth 16 

Taf t, Capt. Robert 36 

Taylor, Mrs. P 26 

Turner, David 2 

Turner, Eliza A 17 



W 

Washburn, Jemima 29 

Wentzell, Carrie M 4-10 

Wheelock, Col. Silas 36 

Williams, Llano Elva 4-10 

Williams, Mercy Bassett IS 

Williams. Col 36 

Willmarth, Rebeka 28 

Wood, Capt. Ezra 36 

Wood, Col. Ezra 36 



Yoeman, Joseph 32 






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