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(YOBK COTTNTT, MaINB) 



Their Ancestors and 
Descendants 



By 
SAMUEL KING HAMILTON, M£. 




912 - 1912 



Privately Printtd 
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By BmdimI K. HuBfltoa 



OF 

UUBBAY AND UCSBT OQMPANT 
BOSTON, MASS. 



TO MY WIFE 

ISAho^ through all the vunssUudes of life^ has cherished 

and exemplified the noblest ideals of womanhood^ 

this finished^ hut incomplete^ work is 

affectionately inscribed 



:forelDorb 

*'f||2IU[H£KE did you 0-generate from?" was a derisiye 

W4 question often put by John Hamilton, the youngest 
of the five brothers who removed from Berwick, York Coun- 
ty, Maine, to Massabesick Plantation or Waterborough (now 
Waterboro), with the emphasis iiix>n the **you" or on the 
*'0-generate," as best gave vent to his feelings at that 
particular moment. 

Whether that question was the germ of this book or not 
I cannot say, but if it were, some of my most cherished 
friends might rise at once to say ''Hard on the germ." 

Soon after my father's death in 1878 I became interested 
in the ancestry of my family, and I have often put Unde 
John's question, and I herewith submit to the descendants 
of the Hamiltons of Waterborough the best answer I can 
make, trusting that they will believe that, ** Uke little Mary 
Wood," I have done the best I could, and that their criticism 
of this work will be lenient. 

This volume is the result of researches, extending over a 
period of more than thirty years, among the records, histori- 
cal and genealogical documents, and writings of this country 
and Europe; of information received from persons now 
living and from those who have recently passed away, and 
of my own personal knowledge. 

In tracing the lineage of the family in Scotch and English 
history I have been greatly assisted by the intelligent work 
of Miss Sophia Mabel Hayward, to whom I am also under 
obligation for the critical accuracy of this work. 

To the hundreds in whose veins courses the blood of 
DAVID HAMILTON and ANNAS JAXSON who have 
so promptly and generously responded to my inquiries and 
furnished much of the information herein compiled, I re- 
turn my grateful acknowledgments, hoping that they will 

vii 



:forebiorb 

find in this work ample compensation for the efforts they 
have made. 

The labor of collecting the material for this volume, its 
preparation and publication, has been done amidst the 
cares and responsibilities of a somewhat busy professional 
life, and my only reward is the hope that its perusal will 
give pleasure to my kinsmen and friends, and that it will 
aid in perjpetuating the memory of an honorable name. 

J01.T 27, 1912. 



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tEoUie of ContenM 

Itart 0nt 

MASSABESICK PLANTATION 

Chaptsb I. Massabesick Plantation and the 

Town of Waterborough 
Chaftks n. The HamiltonB of Waterborough . 



9nt VtM 

ANCESTRY 



James* Hamilton and his Descendants 

Itart ^ibe 

Abd* HamOtfHi and his Descendants . 

ix 



1 
U 



Chafteb 


I. 


The Origin of the Word Hamilton 81 


Chaptbb 


n. 


Crest and Motto of the Hamilton 


i 






Family .... 


32 


Chaptsb 


1 1 1. 


Ancestry .... 


SS 


Chaptek 


IV. 


The Hamiltons of Scotland 


40 


Chaftbu 


V. 


The Hamiltons of Torrance 


45 


Chapteb 


VI. 


The Hamiltons of Westbum 


47 


Chaftkk 


vn. 


David* Hamilton 


53 


Chaptxsb Vm. 


Abel* Hamilton 


75 


Chapter 


IX. 


Benjamin* Hamilton 

Itaft Wbnt 


81 


Benjamin* Hamilton and his Descendants . 


85 



1S5 



229 



tCaUe of ContentK 

Richard* Hamilton and his Descendants 



821 



9>rt IMttN 
John* Hamilton and his Descendants 



SSS 



itdiex 



Pabt Onk 


8M 


Part Two 


866 


Pabt Thbee 


869 


Part Foub 


876 


Pabt Fivjc 


885 


Pabt Six 


401 


Pabt Sev£n 


402 



inimtratunM; 

Map of Massabesick Flantation, showing loca- 
tion of the settlement of the Hamiltons of 
Waterborough 



FfOfiiitpiecs 



Tombstone erected in memory of the Elamiltons of 

Waterborough ...... 

Loom used at Waterborough in the last quarter of 

the eighteenth century .... 
Spinning wheel of the same period 
Flax wheel, etc. of the same period 
Dutch ovens and heaters of the same period 
Original Coat of Arms of the Hamilton family 
Map of Lanarkshire, Scotland, showing the town of 

Hamilton ...... 

Coat of Arms of the Hamiltons of Westbum . 
Title page from book owned by David Hamilton 
Fly leaf from same volume .... 

Map showing location of the home of David Hamilton 

in Dover (now Rollinsford), N. H. 
Map of Berwick, Maine, 16S1-1700 
Residence of Mrs. Benjamin P. Hamilton, showing in 

the left foreground the house erected by James* 

Hamilton ....... 

Residence of Frank W. BlaJsdell, former residence of 

Benjamin Peirce and Martha* (Hamilton) Peirce 
Copy of the Bible record of the family of Peletiah* 

Hamilton, in his own handwriting . 
Residence of Benjamin Bicker Hamilton 



26 

28 
28 
28 
28 
S2 

40 
4S 
62 
62 

64 
68 



185 

1S6 

1S8 
140 



XI 



^ortraiM 



Frank Henry Hobbs, M. D. . 








100 


Elizabeth R. (Hamilton) Hobbs 








100 


Ehner Hamilton Hobbs 








100 


Martha (Hamilton) Peiroe 








1S6 


Betsey (Hamilton) (Hill) Dennett 








1S8 


Lydia (Hamilton) Bicker 








1S8 


Abigail (Hamilton) Carle 








188 


Benjamin Bicker Hamilton . 








140 


Sartdi (Carle) Hamilton 








140 


James Hamilton Peirce, M. D. 








142 


Lucy B. (Appleton) Peirce 








142 


Olivor Hamilton . 








144 


Maria H. (Frost) Hamilton . 








144 


Noah Hamilton 








146 


Clarissa (Leaver) Hamilton . 








146 


Benjamin Peirce Hamilton 








146 


Emily (Clement) Hamilton . 








146 


Charles Hamilton 








148 


Adeline (Dunn) Hamilton 








148 


James Hamilton . 








150 


John Hamilton 








150 


Charles McNeal Hamilton, M. D. 








150 


Peletiah* Hamilton 








152 


Benjamin* Hamilton 








152 


Guy Stoughton Hamilton 








152 


Ann G. (Ricker) King 








154 


Samuel Tyler King 








154 


John Carle .... 








156 


Thomas Carle 








156 


Porter Hamilton . 








158 


SaUy (Hill) Hamilton . 








158 


Alonzo Hamilton 








160 


Mary A. (Chase) Hamilton . 








160 


Fred Carle Hamilton 








160 



xu 



l^ortraiM 



Benjamin Franklm Hamilton 








162 


Sarah T. (Fairfield) Hamilton 








164 


Benjamin Franklin Hamilton 








166 


Sarah T. Fairfield Hamilton . 








166 


John Fairfield Hamilton 








166 


Thomas Carle Hamilton 








166 


Jason Hamilton .... 








168 


Jane (Hill) Hamilton . 








168 


Almira Carle Hamilton 








170 


John Hamilton .... 








170 


Manon M. (Davis) Elamilton 








170 


Samuel King Hamilton 








172 


Anme £. (Davis) Hamilton . 








172 


Benjamin Franklin Peirce, M. D. . 








174 


Daniel Appleton Peirce 








174 


James Peirce, M. D. . 








176 


Oliver Guy Hamilton . 








178 


James Fnuoklin Hamilton 








180 


Charles Russell Hamilton 








180 


Francis William Hamilton and wife 








190 


Charles Willard King . 








192 


Harriet E. (Kimball) King . 








192 


Charles Hamilton 








200 


Alonzo Adams Hamilton 








202 


Sarah C. (Blake) Hamilton . 








202 


Group — Edgar McFadyen and son, Mrs. John W 




McFadyen, Guy Stoughton Hamilton, Mrs. Ben 


- 


jamin C. Frendi and daughter 


214 


Ephraim Hamilton 






280 


Elizabeth (Betsey) (Carle) Hamilton 






280 


Samuel CarU Hamilton 






248 


Hon. Benjamin Franklin Hamilton 






250 


Charles Sumner Hamilton 






282 


Adrial Hamilton .... 






SS4 


John* Hamilton and wife 






886 


Ivory Walker Hamilton 






888 


Dimon Hamilton 


. 






848 



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0isaisiahtsiitk plantation 

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Cfpavter ^ne 

0iaMahtsiitk Pantation 

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Ctie CotDti of ll^aterboronsfl 

^ITHE town of Waterborough (formerly Massabesdck Plan- 
^^ tation, now Waterboro) is situated in the central part of 
the County of York in the State of Maine. The towns of 
Limerick and limington lie on its northern border; Hollis 
and Lyman bound it on the east; Lyman and Alfred on the 
south; and Alfred, Shapleigh and Newfield on the west. 
It contains 26,491 acres. The population in 1910 was 990. 

This town was included in the tracts of land conveyed 
to Major Phillips by the Lidian chief Hombinowitt, alias 
John Rogomock, by his deed dated the 29th day of August, 
1660*; by the Indian chief Fluellin by his deed dated the 
30th day of March, 1661**; by Mogg Heigon, or Mogg 
Hegone, by his deed dated May Slst, 1664^ ; and by Meek- 
sombe, alias Captain Sunday, by his deed dated the 22d 
day of June, 1664.^^ These deeds covered vast tracts of 
land, and it cannot be ascertained with accuracy just 
which one or whether more than one covered the area 
now known as the town of Waterboro. 

The title to this territory passed by and under the wills 
of William Phillips and his wife, Bridget Phillips, and 
their children into a propriety, of which Thomas Cushing, 
Samuel Adams, Rev. Mr. Lathrop, Gowen Brown, CoL 
Josiah Waters, John Wheelwright, John Bromfield, John 
Avery, Jr., Martin Brimmer and Andrew Spooner were 
members, which propriety, acting through a committee 

* See a, bb G» d, end of Uiis aketch. 



0iaMabtAitk plantation 

consisting of Josiah Waters, John Wheelwright and John 
Avery, conveyed this land to various persons, the said 
Josiah Waters acquiring a large part thereof. The territory 
was surveyed and platted into lots by James Warren, a 
land surveyor, and sold to settlers. 

Through it, running nearly north and south, lies a strip 
of sandy plain, which is an outcropping of an extensive 
area lying on the northwest and extending into Limerick, 
Newfield and Shapleigh. On either side of this strip lie 
large tracts of finely timbered and excellent farming lands. 
It is along this strip that the highway leading from the 
southern to the northern part of the county passes and which 
was in fact the first county road running northerly and 
southerly through the town. The traveller along this 
highway gains only a faint idea of the agricultural wealth 
which lies on either side of it, and loses entirely the charm 
of the landscape which a short diversion would expose. 

In the western part of the town rises Ossipee Hill, the 
highest point of land in the county, and which undoubtedly 
first met the gaze of the white man when Martin Pring 
sailed along the Atlantic coast between Casco Bay and 
the Piscataqua River and up the Saco as far as Cataract 
Falls, and later up the Piscataqua. The Indian trail to the 
northern part of this county skirted the eastern brow of 
this hill and met the southern trail near the centre of the 
town at the head of Little Ossipee Pond and thence to the 
Saco River near Hiram. 

Prior to 1768 this entire tract of land was a vast wilder- 
ness into which no highways penetrated and which was 
traversed only along Indian trails and over logging roads, 
which had been built through various parts of the town 
by settlers from the Atlantic coast who sought this territory 
for the magnificent pines and oaks which covered it, for 
use in shipbuilding at home and for exportation, a business 
which was carried on to a considerable extent all along the 
coast from Portsmouth to Portland. It was visited only 
by these lumbermen and the wandering Sokokis Indians 

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who had their headquarters at Saco and who frequently 
visited this territory in pursuit of fish and game, with which 
it abounded, and traversed it on their visits back and forth 
to Pequaket (now Fryeburg), their northern habitation. 

This territory and a portion of Alfred were commonly 
spoken of as Massabesick Plantation, taking that name 
from what is now Shaker Pond, then called Massabesick 
Pond and which is said to have derived its name from an 
Indian chief residing on its western shore. Ossipee Pond, 
in the central part of the town, having an area of over one 
thousand acres, made this name an appropriate one for the 
territory from the fact that the word itself means "The 
land of much still water." 

The name Massabesick was confirmed by a resolve of the 
General Court of Massachusetts, February 12, 1785, and its 
boundaries fixed in the following words: 

*' Resolved that the lands laying betweeen Sanford and 
Shapleigh on the southwest, the river of the Little Ossipee 
on the north, the Plantation of Little Falls on the northeast, 
and the town of Coxhall on the southeast be known as and 
reputed to be the Plantation of Massabesick until the 
further order of the General Court." 

The first permanent white settler was John Smith, who 
settled in 1768 a short distance from Waterborough Old 
Comer and was the only permanent settler that year. 
During the next two years he was joined by several other 
fanulies: John Scribner, Robert Harvey, Alexander Jelle- 
son, his son George, William Deering, Scamman Hodgdon, 
William Philpot and William Nason, who came from the 
southwestern part of the county and from New Hamp- 
shire and Massachusetts to engage in lumbering. 

Alexander Jelleson and his son George settled not far 
from the present station on the Portland, Nashua & 
Worcester Railroad, called Wescott, one about half a mile 
southeasterly from said station on the Pequaket Road, 
and the other on the Mast Camp Road which they and others 
built between the roads leading from Waterborough Centre 



0iasisiafitsiitk ^Plantation 

to Biddeford and from the same place to Alfred. This 
portion of the Plantation was thickly covered with huge 
pines suitable for masts for vessels, and that fact occasioned 
the settlement in this particular locality and gave the name 
*'Mast Camp Road." 

John Scribner settled near Waterborough Old Comer 
and near John Smith. It is said that Robert Harvey 
settled near the brook which runs east of the location of 
the present Baptist Church. William Deering settled on 
what has been known ever since as Deering's Ridge, near 
the highway running northerly from the highway between 
Waterborough Centre and Hollis Centre. William Nason 
and Scamman Hodgdon are believed to have settled in 
the northern part of the town on the road west of the present 
highway between Waterborough Centre and Limerick, and 
William Philpot on the ridge east of Waterborough Centre, 
frequently called Warren's or Robert's Ridge. 

On the SOth day of October, 1782, the following act was 
passed by the General Court: 



" 1782. Chapter 26. 

(September Session, ch. 9.) 



«< 



"'An Act Confibbcing Certain Lands, Lying in the 
countt of yobk, to certain persons claiming the 
Same, under Wiluam Phillips and Bridget Phillips. 

^'Whereas some Dounts have arisen what Estates said 
claimants have in the Lands herein after described, and the 
Interposition of the Legislature is found necessary to remove 
the same. Therefore, 

"'Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 
tives in General Court assembled, and by the Authority of 
the same, That the Lands contained within the Limits or 
Boundaries following (except the Tract of Land called 
Coxhall, and also all Lands within those Limits heretofore 
laid out by Virtue of Grants regularly made by the General 



(K^e (Kotarn of Wutttfunongfy 

Court) be and they hereby are confirmed to the Proprietors 
claiming and holding the same under William Phillips and 
Bridget Phillips, their Heirs and Assigns, viz. Beginning 
at the North Comer of Sandford, which Comer may be 
ascertained by a lane running South West, and North East, 
through a certain small Pond, called Beaver Hill Pond; 
and from the said North Comer of Sandford, thus ascer- 
tained, to run North West, about eight Miles, to little 
Ossipee River; then by said River, including Half of the same 
as the said River runs, to Saco River; then by said Saco 
River to the Head Lines of Biddeford; then by the Head 
lanes of the Towns of Biddeford and Arundel to the East 
Comer of said Sandford, as it was originally incorporated; 
then by said Sandford as it was originally laid out by the 
Name of Phillips Town, to the North Comer thereof, being 
the Boundary first mentioned. 

'"Provided nevertheless, and the foregoing Confirmation 
is to be imderstood to be made upon the following Condi- 
tions, viz. That the said proprietors shall on or before the 
first Day of January next, release and relinquish all further 
Claims to the Lands within the Limits above confirmed 
to them, which were laid out by Virtue of Grants regularly 
made by the General Court; and also to all Lands con- 
tained within the following Limits, viz. B^inning at 
said North Comer of Sandford, thence running North West, 
about eight Miles, to little Ossipee River; then Westerly 
by little Ossipee River, to the Pond called Ossipee Pond; 
then by said Pond to the State of New Hampshire; then 
Southerly by New Hampshire Line to the Westerly Comer 
of Lebanon; then Northeasterly by the Head Lines of 
Lebanon and Sandford to said North Comer of Sandford 
aforesaid; and shall make and execute according to Law, 
good and su£Gicient Deed or Deeds of Release and Quit- 
Claim, according to the true Litent and Meaning of this 
Act, and to the Acceptance of Jedediah Prebble, Esq; 
and others, the Committee appointed by the General 
Court to examine the Claims of said Proprietors to said 

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MMna^tsHtk plantation 

Lands, who shall cause the same to be recorded by the 
Register of Deeds for the County of York, with the Records 
for the said County, and then File the same in the Secretary's 
Office, and also on Condition that the said Proprietors 
shall pay or cause to be paid to the said Committee the one 
Half of their Expences in viewing and ascertaining the 
Boundaries aforesaid, with the other Boundaries mentioned 
in their Report. 

'"Provided also, That nothing in this Act shall be so 
construed as to injure, defeat, or make void any Right or 
Claim, which the Commonwealth have, or may have, to 
any part of said Lands, which belonged to certain Persons 
called Conspirators or Absentees; any Thing in this Act 
to the contrary notwithstanding. 

"Also provided. That nothing in the foregoing Act shall 
be construed to effect the property of either of the Towns 
of Biddeford or Arundel. October 30, 1782." 

There are no documents on file in the Archives of Massa- 
chusetts which throw any light upon the origin of this 
legislation, but the probabilities are very strong that some 
of the owners of some portions of this territory were con- 
spirators or absentees within the meaning of two other acts 
of the General Court passed on the 30th day of April, 1779, 
which declared all the property of certain persons named 
as conspirators, and a class called absentees, who had left 
the state, forfeited to the state. The conspirators and 
absentees were persons who were charged with having con- 
spired against the government and who had adhered to the 
king of Great Britain during the Revolutionary struggle, 
and had left the state, many going to England and many 
to the Province of Nova Scotia and other English Provinces. 
They were derisively called " Tories." The act itself suggests 
this reason in one of its provisions where it says "That 
nothing in this Act shall be so construed as to injure, defeat, 
or make void any Right or Claim, which the Common- 
wealth have, or may have, to any part of said Lands, which 

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(K^ (Kotmt of WattthoxongH^ 

belonged to certain Persons called Conspirators or Absentees; 
any Thing in this Act to the contrary notwithstanding " ; and 
this seems to be the only plausible one for in no other way 
could the state have acquired any title to such lands, as 
they had already been granted to individuals by their 
rightful owners, and this view explains the language used by 
the inhabitants in a petition addressed to the Genersd 
Court in 1784 in which they complained that many of them 
had settled on these lands supposing they belon^d to the 
government, and in which they asked, for that reason and 
others, a concession on the taxes assessed upon them. 
The condition of the people at that time is best described 
in their own words therein. That petition is as foUows: 

"'To the Hon^ Senate & House of Representatiues of 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in general Court 
assembled 1784 

"The Petition of the Inhabitants of the Plantation of 
Massabesick in the Coimty of York humbly shows that 
about Fifteen Years ago your Petitioners (most of whom 
were then & still are very poor) settled the Plantation under 
an Apprehension that the Lands therein belonged to Gover- 
ment & would be given them or sold to them at a very 
moderate price but your Petitioners now find that the 
said Lands are private property & so are imder the Necessity 
of purchasing the same at a considerable Expence or of 
losing their Labour done thereon The Taxes demanded of 
them in the Course of a Number of Years past far exceed 
their Ability even on supposition the Lands were their own 
but when your Petitioners consider that the Lands belong 
to others the Taxes appear to be intolerable and if Gouem- 
ment should insist upon payment your Petitioners will be 
obliged to euacuate the Plantations for all their property 
therein is not equal to the Taxes, Such have been the Cir- 
cumstances of your Petitioners as to render them unable 
to pay Taxes & they flatter themselues that when Govern- 
ment consider that the Lands do not belong to your peti- 
tioners that they in some measure may be considered as 



MtiMufMitk plantation 

excusable in their Omissions but be that as it may, it is 
absolutely impossible that your Petitioners should pay 
the agregate sum of Taxes when they are obliged to advance 
Money for the purpose of purchasing their poor Farms At 
this Time the Proprietors of the Lands are calling upon 
your Petitioners to pay them as much Money for the Lands 
as they are worth & at the same Time Gouerment is calling 
upon them to pay as much or more in Taxes than the whole 
Value of the Lands including their personal Estate The 
Sheriff of the County has an Execution against them, on 
the whole they are reduced to deplorable Circumstances & 
stand in need of the gracious & merciful interposition of 
Government, The Plantation is now increased so as to con- 
tain about Sixty poor Families who are now willing to do 
all in their power for the Support of Government & wish 
to be put in a better situation for doing their duty Where- 
fore they earnestly pray that their peculiar case & Circum- 
stances may be duly considered by the Court that said 
Execution may be recalled that all the Taxes ordered to be 
assessed before the present year may be abated & remitted 
& your Petitioners as in duty bound will ever pray &c 

Samuel Scribner Clement Moody 

And^. Burley Joshua Emery 

Benj': Parry Simeon Carle 

Stephen Dudley Nathaniel Hanes 

Benj. Warren Pumpey (?) Downs 

Jeremiah brown Simeon Tibbets 

Daniel Scribner Joshua Webster 

Nathaniel Chase Ichabod Lord 

James Carlile Amaziah Goodwin 

James Hamilton W?? Woodward 

John Carle Samuel Bridges 

Thomas Smith Elisha Boyce 

John Pitts John Myrick 

John Smith James Harvey 

John Knight William Bean 

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(K^e (Kotmt of WattthotongH^ 

John Bridges David leavitt 

Josiah Bridges John Smith S^ " 

Upon which petition the following resolve was passed: 



" 1784. January Session. 

"Chapter 52. 

"Chap. 62. Resolve on the Petition of the In- 
habitants OF THE Plantation of Massabeseck, in the 
County of York, Directing the Treasurer to Recall 
ALL Warrants Issued for Taxes, and the Sheriff to 
Return Executions. 

"Whereas the inhabitants of the plantation of Masse- 
beseck, in the county of York, have preferred a petition 
to the General Court, setting forth their extreme poverty 
and inability to pay the taxes that have been laid upon 
them since the firat of January, in the year 1781, and pre- 
vious to the first day of July last, and praying to have the 
same abated: 

"Resolved, That the prayer of the said petition be so far 
granted, as that the treasurer of this Commonwealth be, 
and he hereby is, directed to recall all the warrants that 
have issued from the said office, to the said plantation, for 
taxes previous to the first day of July last, and which have 
not been paid into the said office, and to issue his warrant 
to the assessors of the said plantation of Massabeseck, for 
the sum of Five himdred and twenty five poimds, instead 
of the sums heretofore assessed upon them. 

"Also Resolved, That the Assessors of the said planta- 
tion be, and they are, hereby directed to assess the same 
on the polls and estates of the said inhabitants and non 
resident proprietors, in the manner prescribed in the Tax 
Act of July, 1784. 

" Ai^o Resolved, That the Sheriflf of the coimty of York, 
be, and he is, hereby directed to return the execution which 
he has against the Collector or Collectors of the said planta- 

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Hon, and if any part thereof has been paid, that the said 
plantation have credit for the same out of the above sum 
of Five hundred and twenty five pounds. 

February 12, 1785." 

In 1785 the following petition for an act of incorporation 
was presented to the General Court: 

'" To the Honorable Senate and House of Representatives 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in General Court 
assembled 1785 

'"The petition of the Inhabitants of the Plantation of 
Massebesick in the county of York humbly sheweth that 
thay Labour under sum Very Great Inconveniances for 
want of being Incorporated and wish to be Put in a better 
Situation for Doing their Duty wherefore Your Petitioners 
Earnestly Pray that their Plantation may be incorporated 
into a Town acording to the Plan herewith Presented to 
Gether with a gore of Land containing about Eighteen 
himdred acres Lying between Sanford and Shapleighton 
and adjoining the aforesaid Plantation and your Petitioners 
as in Duty Bound will Ever pray &c 

And- Burley Clement Mody 

Samuel Scribner Daniel Scribner 

William Bean Richard Bean 

Daniel Coffin Joseph Pike 

Nathaniel Hanes Thomas Smith 

John Smith Benj- Parry 

David Waitt Stephen Dudley 

Daniel Sanborn Benjamin Webster 

Edward Scribner Simeon Carll 

Joseph Swett Timothy Carll 

Vanlantine Straw Edward Scribner 

Isaac Johnson Daniel Scribner 

Francis Parry Joseph Russell 

Levi Kimball Daniel Watson 

James Robinson Samuel Moody" 

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(Kfie tEofon of Wattxbmongfy 

This petition was accompanied by an outline plan iden- 
tical with the map forming the frontispiece of this book. 

This petition was referred to the next sitting of the Court 
in 1786, and was then referred to the sitting of the Court 
in 1787, when the following act was passed: 






Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
In the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & 
eighty seven. 

''An Act for incorporating a Plantation in the Coimty 
of York, caUed Massabesec by the name of Waterborough. 

'* Whereas the inhabitants of a Plantation in the 
Coimty of York, called Massabesec labour under many 
inconveniences for want of being incorporated, and have 
petitioned this Court to be incorporated into a Town. 

" Be it Enacted 
by the Senate & House of Representatives in General Court 
assembled, & by the authority of the same, That the said 
Plantation with the inhabitants thereof, boimded as follows, 
viz. Beginning at the northerly comer of Coxhall, thence 
running north eleven degrees and an half west, five miles 
and three quarters of a mile to the river called Little Ossipee; 
thence westerly by the same river to the northeast comer 
of Shapleigh; thence southerly by Shapleigh & Sanford to 
the westerly comer of Coxhall aforesaid; then northeasterly 
by said Coxhall to the bounds first mentioned, be and 
hereby is incorporated into a Town by the name of Water- 
borough & invested with all the powers, privileges and 
immimities, which other Towns in this Commonwealth are 
entitled to by Law PROVIDED that nothing in this Act 
shall be so construed as to affect the right of soil, to any 
lands within the limits aforesaid. 

"And be it further Enacted by the authority aforesaid 
that Nathaniel Wells Esq' be and he hereby is empowered, 
to issue his warrant to some principal inhabitant of said 
Town requiring him, to warn the inhabitants of said Town 
qualified according to law to vote in Town affairs, to 

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assemble at such time and place within the same Town, as 
shall be appointed by such warrant, to chose all such Officers 
as other Towns within this Commonwealth are empowered 
to chose, in the month of March or April annually; and 
the said inhabitants so assembled are hereby empowered 
to chose such Officers accordingly. 

"In the House of Representatives March 6**" 1787. 

"This Bill having had three several Readings passed to 
be Enacted. 

" Artemas Ward Speaker 
"In Senate March 6*^ 1787 

"This Bill having had two several readings, passed to be 
Enacted, « g^^i Phillips Jun' Presid* 

"By the Govemour 

"Approved 

"James Bowdoin" 

The town took its name from Col. Josiah Waters named 
above. Colonel Waters was bom in Boston September 28, 
1749, and died suddenly at Boston December 18, 1805. 
He was a merchant and a prominent citizen of that town 
and resided at No. 55 Newbury street, now Washington 
street. At the incorporation of the town he presented to 
it its first record book. This book is 9)^ x 14 inches and 
bears upon its first page the f oUowing inscription written 
in a very large, bold hand and extending from the top to 
the bottom of the page : 

"To 
the Inhabitants of the Town of 

Waterborough 

this Book is most respectfully 

presented by their 

Friend 

and very 

Humble Servant 

Boston March 10th 1787." ^^^^ Waters. 

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(K^e (Kotarn of WattsfutvougH) 

The first town meeting was called by Nathaniel Wells, 
a justice of the peace, who was authorized by the act of 
incorporation to issue his warrant therefor to some principal 
inhabitant of said town, and on the 21st day of March, 1787, 
he issued his warrant for a meeting to be holden on the 5th 
day of April, following, at the dwelling-house of Capt. 
John Smith, Lmholder. The following is a copy of his 
warrant and the proceedings of the meeting of said town: 

''York Ss To Andrew Burley a Principal Inhabitant of 

the Town of Waterborough 

Pursuant to an Act of this Commonwealth intituled an Act 
for incorporating a Plantation in the County of York 
called Massabesick, by the Name of Waterborough; you 
are hereby Required in the Name of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts to Warn the Inhabitants of Said Town 
quaUified to vote in Town Affairs to assemble at the Dwelling 
house of Cap^. John Smiths In-holder in Said Town on 
Thursday the fifth day of April Next at Ten of the Clock 
in the Forenoon to Choose a Town Clerk Town Treasurer 
Select Men Constables and all Such other Officers as other 
Towns in this Commonwealth are empowered to Choose 
in the Month of March or April annually, hereof Fail not 
and Make Return of this Warrant with your doings Thereon 
to the Said Inhabitants their meeting to be held at Time 
and place aforesaid Given imder my hand and seal at Wells 
in the Coimty of York the Twenty first day of March Anno 
Domini 

1787 Nath* Wells Jus*. Peace 

"York Ss April 5^1787 
Pursuant to this Warrant to me Delivered I have Notified 
The said Inhabitants by Pasting up attisted Coppies of this 
Warrant Together with my Notification in Differant parts 
of this Town to meet at Tune and Place within Mentioned — 

P. me And^. Burley*' 
A true Copy Benj! Warren T., Clerk 

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4^ 



''Alt a meeting of the Freeholders and Other Inhabitants 
of the Town of Waterborough (LegaUy wam,d and) held — 
at Cap^. John Smiths Inholder in Said Waterborough, April 
the 6*^. 1787— Voted as Follows viz — 
vote l**. Chose M'. William Been Moderator 
V^. Benjamin Warren Town Clerk 
Nathaniel Hains Town Treasurer 
James Carlisle 
Andrew Burley 
William Been 

Clement Moody 1 Constables 
William TebbetsJ and Collectors — 
Sam^ Scribner 1 Committee to Examine 
William Woodward j Town Treasurers Ace*". 
7**'. Cap*. John Smith Deer & Moose Reave 
8*^. John Smith 3'*". 

Hayward and 



;th 



Select men 
and Assessors 



6 



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th 



9 



10*^. 
11*^, 



th 



12 



13*^. 

l4*^ 
l5*^ 



John Carll 

Sam^ Committ ► Fence Viewers 

Moses Downs j 

Cap'. John Smith 1 Surveyors of 

Tho*. Gubtail j all kinds of Lumber 

Vallentine Straw Pownd keeper 

Pumphrey Downs 1 Tything 

laeu'. Benj'. Perry j Men 

Tim^ Ricker 1. 

William Woodward/ 

Benj- Warren Sealer of Weights and Measu' 

William Been Sealer of Leather 

James Hamilton 



►Wardens 



Surveyors of 
Highways 



Cap' John Smith 
Nicholas Carpenter 
Clement Moody 
Joseph Sanborn 
Tho'. Gubtail 
Lieu'. Simeon Tibbets 
John Bridges 
16'**. Voted the thanks of this Town be Returned the Hon". 

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(K^e (Koton of Watnhovimgfy 

Josiah Waters Esq'. For his Generous Donations in that 
he has been pleased to — ^Bestow on it a Book for the Rec- 
ords of Said Town, togeather with a Number of other books 
for the Instruction of the Riseing Generation — 
17 Voted to Desolve this Meeting — A True Coppy 
Benj* Warren Town Clerk" 

The first minister in the town was Rev. Pelatiah Tingley, 
a prior resident of Sanf ord, and who was among the earlier 
settlers of the town. He was educated as a Congregational- 
ist but later espoused the belief of the Free Baptist de- 
nomination. He was earnest and active in his administra- 
tions, and was one of the founders of the Free Baptist 
Church of which Elder Henry Hobbs was the first minister. 
He died at Waterborough and his remains lie buried in a 
little graveyard in the northern part of the town and his 
last resting-place is marked by a granite monument erected 
by some of his descendants in 1851, which bears the follow- 
ing inscription : 

Rev.] 




"^ 



^ Tingley 



Died 

Sept. S, 1821 

A£. 83 

Mary 

his wife 
Died 

May — 1797 

AE. 51. 
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In the records of the town of Sanford, from which he 
came to Waterborough, is foimd the following vote: 

"York ss Sanford Jmie ye 28 1771 

Paletiah Tingle Whereas you have come into this 
Towne Withoute Leav of the Towne This is to wame you 
forthwith to Departe out of this Towne forthwith for Wee 
Disowne you for an inhabitant." 

This vote was not passed because he was an undesirable 
citizen, for in fact he was a most exemplary man and one 
much beloved and honored; but it was solely in pursuance of 
a fundamental principle of English law brought to this 
country by our English ancestors and which is nowhere 
better stated than by Col. Josiah H. Benton in his 
valuable work entitled "Warning Out in New England," 
"That the inhabitants of a municipality were responsible 
for the conduct and support of each other, each for all and 
all for each." 

It was held at that time that the responsibility of a 
municipaEty necessarily carried with it the power to exclude 
from the inhabitants persons for whose support they did 
not desire to become responsible, and for a period it was 
quite customary to warn out all new comers so that in any 
event they might not become a charge upon the public. 

This was unquestionably the reason for this vote, for as 
a young minister it was not likely that he had accumulated 
any substantial amoimt of property. 

The first church was organized at Waterborough Old 
Comer, October 27, 1791, and has continued in a flourishing 
condition to the present time. The first pastor was Rev. 
Henry Smith, who was settled in 1794 and continued in 
that office forty-two years. This church through all the 
changes in doctrinal belief has remained constant to its 
ancient Baptist faith. 

Nothing is known of any educational opportunities 
afforded the children of the Plantation until after its incor- 

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tE^t tKofam of Wattshovouiil^ 

poration as a town, except a tradition that a private school 
was taught at some time in a bam at Waterborough Old 
Comer, by one Alexander Robinson. At a town meeting 
held during the first year of the town's existence it was voted 
not to raise any money for schools, but in 1788 the town 
voted to raise sixty pounds for that purpose. 

The first physician was Thomas Chase, who removed 
from Berwick to Waterborough and who emigrated to the 
former place from New Hampshire or Massachusetts. 
He married Mercy Guptill, who was probably a native of 
Berwick. They had five sons and two daughters: 

Amos, who went to Vermont in early life. 
James, who married Hannah Stimpson. 
Eli, who married Bridget Davis. 
Abel, who married Lydia Stimpson. 
Lois, who married Ephraim Clark. 
Mercy, who married Daniel Hill. 

James was the father of Joseph Chase, who was the father 
of John H. Chase, now one of the foremost citizens of the 
town, and of Frank J. Chase, a highly respected resident 
and a successful business man in Boston. 

Dr. Chase died in 1825. 

The first lawyer was Grove Catlin, who came to Water- 
borough from Sanford, and was a connection of the Cathns 
of Connecticut, a distinguished family in that state. He 
married at Waterborough, Theodosia Wakefield, probably 
of that town. After fifteen years practice there he removed 
to Cumberland County. 

The first land surveyor was James Warren, who surveyed 
and divided the town into lots for the Proprietors, and 
made the outline plan of it accompanying the petition for 
its incorporation. 

The first iim-keeper was Samuel Dam, members of whose 
family ""took up" the land and water rights in the village 
known as ** Dam's Mills'' in Newfield, and from whom the 
village took its name. 

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The first viUage was called "Waterborough Old Comer" 
and still bears that name. Hie second was Carle's Comer, 
which took its name from John Carle, who came from 
Scarborough. Maine, and was the first settler in that im- 
mediate section erf the town, and from Peter Carle, who 
built what was known as the "Old Tavern House" which 
was located directly in front of the house built hj James 
Leavitt in 1850 and now owned and occupied as a summer 
residence by his grand-daughter, Mrs. Luella A. Frey. John 
Carle was the father oi Peter Carle, aforesaid, who married 
Abigail Hamilton, and of Betsey Carle who married Ephraim 
Hamilton, of Abigail Carle who married Col. John Hamil- 
ton, Jr., and of Sarah Carle who married Benjamin Kicker 
Hamilton. 

Thus was settled and organized a new mtmicipality — 
the home of the Hamiltons, my birthplace and early home. 



"Bow dear to my heart are the scenes of my childhood. 
When fond recollection presenta them to view t 
The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wildwood. 
And every loved spot which my iidoncy knew." 




(Kfie tColDti of Wattthotitugfy 

[a] 

Know All men by these presents that I Hombinowitt 
Alias John Rogomock Indian of Saoo in y* County of York- 
shire for and in Consideration of Satisfaction Already rec^ 
in hand have & by these presents do Absolutely give grant 
Assign & Sell & Confirm unto lieu^ William Phillips of 
Boston in y" County of Suffolk in New England that all 
my right Title interest & Claims of & to all my lands lying 
on y* west side of Saco river from y* Salmonf alls to Cap^ 
Sundays rocks & So upward in y* Countrey to his furthest 
Extent with aU y* lab^y priviledges & Appurten"^ thereto 
in any wise belonging or Appurtaining to him y* s"* Lieu^ 
W^ Phillips his heirs & Assignes and to his & their use for- 
ever As Witness my hand and Seal this Nine & Twentyeth 
day of August 1660./ 

Signed Sealed & De- 
livered In y* pres- 
ence of us The mark of o4(^ Hombinowitt 
Ezbon Sanf ord Alias m' jLb^ John Rogomock 
The mark of /W ( a ) 

W-M Cannon ^T ^ ^^ ^ 

John Alden 

Memorandum that y* within Specified was Taken posses- 
sion of by Lieu^ John pich of Newbery in New England 
from the within Mentioned Rogomock in the presence of 
Arcules Woodman & Jn* Presse both of Turf e & Twigg y* 
Seventh of Sep' in y* year 1660 for y* use of lieu* W" 
Phillips 

Recorded According to y* Original July 81"* 1717./ 

p Jos. Hamond Reg' 



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[b] 

Know All men by these presents that I Fluellin Sometimes 
residemg at Saco Indian for & in Consideration of Satis- 
faction, /have & by these presents do sell all my land from 
Saco Pattent bounds Southward beyond Capeporpus river 
for breadth & from y^ head of Wells & Capeporpus Town- 
ship heds up into the Countrey to his furthest Extent with 
all y* Appurtenances & priviledges whatever Excepting 
four miles Square Sold to bush Sanders & Turbat to Lieut 
W? Phillips of Boston in y* County of Suffolk his heirs 
& Assignes forever To have & To hold & peaceably to Enjoy 
from any other Indians as Witness my hand this thirtieth 
day of March in y^ year of Our Lord 1661./ 

Subscribed & Delivered w^ the 
words Appurtenances y" of his 

In y* presence of us "*\ • 

^.^^ Fluellin r mark 

Richard ^Z^ FoxeU 

his mark 

Har: Symonds 
John Alden 

Fluellins Extent above mentioned was Intended to Capt° 
Sundayes rocks As is Inserted in Bogomocks deed written 
by me 

John Alden 

Recorded According to y* Original July 81"* 1717./ 

p Jos. Hamond Reg' 

[c] 
•egon Know all men by these Presents that I Mogg Hegone 
of Sacoe River In New England sunn & heyre to 
Walter Higgon Sagamore of the sayd River, 

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Z^t tEoirni of Watttfmnug!t^ 

but now deceased, doe for & in consideration of a Certen 
some received by mee, well & tniely pd In goods by Majo' 
Willia: Phillips of Sacoe, the receipt V of I do acknowl- 
edg my selfe being fully satisfyd & payd; haue . iven 
granted barganed & sould, & by these psents do alliene 
enfeoffe or confirme vnto the sd Majo' William Phillips of 
Sacoe a Tract of Land being bounded with Sacoe River on the 
North .... side, & kenebunke River on the South West 
side. In breadth from the one River (46) to the other River 
aioresd, & In length begining at the sea side, & Running vp 
each River vnto Salmon ffalls In Saco River, & as fare vp 
Kennebunke vhtill It bee opposite with the sd Salmon 
ffalls, w^h ffalls is to bee vnderstood ffalls about fiueteen 
Miles vpward from the saw Mills at Sacoe ffalls/ Hee 
the sd Phillips to haue & to hould the sd Land with all 
Tymber, Woods, Marshes, & all the growth thereon from 
hhn his heyres executors administrators & assignes for ever, 
freely & Clearely accquitted exhonorated & discharged 
from all manner of Morgages sayles Ingagem^ or Incom- 
berances w^soever/ Allsoe I the sd Mogg H^on do for 
my selfe, my heyres executors or assigns warrant save & 
keepe harmeless the sd Phillips his heyres or assignes from 
any manner of Prson that shall lay Clayme y" vnto/ for the 
trve Pf ormance of y^ Premises I haue this last day of May 
subscribed my hand, & fixed my scale 

In y* yeare of our Lord 1664: Mogg Heigon 

Signed sealed & Delivered I^ i^: t l^^ ^^ ^ 

the presence of us/ ^\/^ (scale) 
John Wakefejld his 

Marke ^U^ vera Copia of this Deede 

aboue 
Mary Wakefejld her -xx * -u j * * 

^ * written transcribed out of 

Marke /W ^^ originall & y' with 

Compared this 14th day of 

July 1669: as attests/ 

Peter Weare 

Re Cor 

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[dl 

Know All men by these presents that I Cap^ Sunday 
Alias M eeksombe Indian of Newichewanack & Sometimes 
of Saco river for diverse good Causes & Considerations 
Already to me in hand well & Truly paid by Maj' W™ 
Phillips of Saco for which I do Acknowledge my selfe fully 
Satisfied Contented & paid have given granted bargained 
& sold Aliened Enfeoffed & Confirmed & do by these presents 
give grant bargaine Sell Aliene Enfeoffe & Confiirm unto 
Maj' W Phillips three hills of Rocks with woods Meadow 
and all Appurtenances thereunto belonging Lying & being 
Sdttuate above Saco falls about thirty five or forty Miles 
more or Less up into the Country To have & To hold his 
heirs Ex" Adm" or Assigns for ever freely & Clearly 
Acquitted Exonerated & discharged from all maner of Deeds 
sales Conveyances Mortgages Ligagem^ or Licumbrances 
whatsoever Also I y* s** Cap*" Sunday do by these presents 
for me my heirs Ex" Adm" & Assignes do Warrant to 
Defend & Save & keep harmless y* s* Maj' W" Phillips 
his heirs !E^x" Adm" or assignes from all maner of persons 
that shall Lay any Claime or pretend to Claime any right 
Title or Literest unto y^ s^ rocks hills land Meadow, woods 
or y* Appurtenances thereunto belonging of y* perf ormence 
of y* premisses I have Subscribed hereunto my hand & 
Affixed my Seal this Twentieth & Second day of June in 
y* year of our Lord One Thousand Six hundred Sixty & four 

Signed Sealed & De- 

Nath' Phillips Meeksombe \jj Ala Cap*^ Sunday 
John Spencer i^"^ 

Denis ^ Dryland his mark 

his mark 
Sarah Harmon 
Recorded According to y* Original July 81st 1717/ 

p Jos. Hamond Reg' 
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sence of us 



Wfyt JIamtUonsi 



of 



Wuttxfuftm^ 



aC 

CVNTO this unnamed and almost trackless wilderness during 
^ the last quarter of the eighteenth century came from Ber- 
wick, Maine, Benjamin^ Hamilton, James^ Hamilton, Abd^ 
Hamilton, Richard^ Hamilton, and John^ Hamilton, who 
were the sons of Benjamin* Hamilton, the grandsons of 
Abel' Hamilton, and the great-grandsons of David^ Hamil- 
ton, who was the first Hamilton to settle in New England. 

These five brothers constitute the ^'Hamiltons of Water- 
borough" whose ancestors and descendants are herein 
enumerated. They were all bom in Berwick, but there 
is no record of the date of the birth of any of them. Benja- 
min was baptized in the First Parish of Berwick February 
IS, 1750. The others were baptized in the Second Parish of 
Berwick: James, August 1, 1756; Abel, March 20, 1759; 
Richard, November 1, 1761; and John, February S, 1767. 

Benjamin, James, Richard and Abel settled in the south- 
eastern portion of the town, near Coxhall, and substantially 
on the line of the highway passing over the ridge east of the 
road running from Waterborough to Waterborough Centre, 
and extending into the present town of Lyman; and com- 
mencing at the south and running northerly they settled 
in the following order: Benjamin, Richard, James, and 
Abel. The exact spot where Benjamin and Richard first 
settled is not certainly known. Some records show that 
they were in Coxhall, but the line between Coxhall and 
Massabesick and Lyman and Waterborough was not well 

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defined and subsequently came into dispute, and was not 
settled until a much more recent date. Whether they in 
fact changed the exact place of their residence is not known, 
but the probabilities are that they did not. 

James settled on the spot now owned and occupied by 
Mrs. Benjamin P. Hamilton, and a portion of the house 
shown in a picture in this volume as her residence is a part 
of the house originally erected by James. 

Abel settled on the adjoining farm, and his house was 
erected on the opposite side of the road from the house 
formerly owned and occupied by Oliver Hamilton. 

John, who came some years later, settled on the trail 
which is now known as a ^' cross road" west of the road 
running between Waterborough and Waterborough Centre 
and extending from that road to the highway leading from 
Waterborough Centre over the south side of Ossipee Hill 
and thence around to Waterborough Old Comer, and on 
the farm afterwards owned by Adrial Hamilton, and very 
recently by Ivory W. Hamilton and his descendants. 

Benjamin, the father of those five brothers, remained at 
Berwick while his four sons blazed the way into Massabesick 
wilderness and established their homes in that Plantation, 
where he and his wife and youngest son imdertook to join 
them. While on the journey they rested over night in what 
is now the southern part of the town of Alfred, where the 
wife of Benjamin was massacred by a wandering band of 
Indians and scalped in the presence of her young son John. 
The place was pointed out frequently by him during his 
lifetime to his son Adrial, and by him shown to his children 
and grandchildren, some of whom are now living and from 
whom these facts are obtained. It was with a sorrowing 
heart that Benjamin finished his journey, accompanied 
only by John. 

The remains of this Benjamin and his sons, Benjamin, 
James and Abel, with their wives, lie buried in the little 
cemetery in the town of Lyman near the Waterborough 
line, and their last resting-place is marked by a granite 

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Wl)t Hamtltotu; of Watttbovou^ 

bowlder erected to their memory by some of their descend- 
ants. It is probable that these graves are the most ancient 
in that cemetery. 

History has not recorded, nor has tradition handed down 
to us, the spot where lies interred the body of the mother 
of the '"Hamiltons of Waterborough"; but undoubtedly 
somewhere on that beautiful ridge of land along which her 
sons made their homes lies mingled with the soil all that 
was mortal of her who gave birth to those whose history 
is herein written. 

Richard, later in life, removed to the eastern part of the 
state, probably near the St. Croix River, and little has 
been learned of him since that time. Neither the date of 
his death nor the place of burial is known. 

John was originally buried on the home place, but the 
remains of himself and wife have recently been removed i 

to the cemetery between Waterborough and Waterborough J 

Old Comer. ' 

It is interesting, and sometimes pleasant, for people sur- 
rounded by the luxuries of the present civilization to con- 4 
template the life which was led by those hardy pioneers. 

From their homes on or near the shore they worked their ^ 

way along rough roads or over Indian trails into an almost 
unknown wilderness, unable to take with them many of 
the comforts of the homes they left. \ 

While the story of their early settlement is f asdnating^ ^ 

we cannot realize the continuous labor they performed or 
the hardships they endured. We can only picture them 
with ax and shovel in hand laying the foundation of rude 
structures for houses, clearing small patches of land for 

cultivation, planting their first seed in the soil and patiently ^ 

waiting its growth and harvest. They constructed their 
own agricultural implements from wood, which were of 
the rudest character, while wagons and carriages for pas- 
senger service were unknown. 

They brought with them their wives and loved ones, who 
cheerfully participated in the efforts for new and better 

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homes, and who joyfully looked forward to improved situa- 
tions in life. They joined in the struggle and nobly 
did their part. While the men worked in the forest they 
wrought in their humble homes. They not only at- 
tended to the ordinary household duties as now understood, 
but they were spinners, weavers, tailors, dressmakers, and 
milliners. The women of that day took the wool freshly 
sheared, washed, cleansed, sorted, carded, spun and wove it 
into cloth, and then manufactured it into clothing for their 
families. 

Such were the accomplishments which adorned the 
women of that period. 

The Dutch oven, the baker, the flax wheel, spinning 
wheel, and loom, afford interesting suggestions of domestic 
life in the days when the Hamiltons settled in this wOdemess, 
and such as were in common use in the Hamilton families 
of that period. 



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chapter ^ne 
Wl)t Wmlt 

r[E word Hamilton is derived from Hamell, a man- 
sion, the seat of a freeholder, and dun (Hamell- 
dun), an enclosure, a fortified place, a town. 



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chapter tEtoo 

tS^t Cresit anb Motto of tfie 
Hamilton :f amtlp 

^ir^HE origin of the crest and motto upon the original 
^U/ coat of arms of the Hamilton family is thus narrated : 
Sir Gilbert Hamilton, in the court of King Edward TL, 
spoke honorably of the great merit of Eong Robert Bruce, 
whereupon John de Spencer, an oiBScer in waiting, and the 
favorite of King Edward, thinking the discourse reflected 
on his master, gave Sir Gilbert a blow which he so highly 
resented that the following day he fought and killed Spencer. 

The friends of Sir Gilbert, well knowing that King Edward 
would resent the death of his favorite, advised him to leave 
England and go to Scotland, which he did. He was well 
received by King Robert, who, to make him amends for what 
he had forfeited in England on his account, generously 
rewarded him with a grant of the lands of Cadzow, now 
Hamilton. 

In his flight, Sir Gilbert, being closely pursued into a 
wood, he and his servant changed clothes with two wood 
cutters, and taking their saw, were cutting through an oak 
tree when the pursuers passed. 

Perceiving his servant to take notice of them, he hastily 
called to him "Through" which word with the oak and saw 
through it, he took for his motto and crest, in memory of 
his happy deliverance. 



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chapter Q^ree 

^nttHtxv 

^IpBDS ancestry of the Hamiltons of Waterborough is 
^^ traced in a direct male line from Bernard, a Norman 
baron, through his Norman, English, Scotch and American 
descendants to the time of their settlement in Massabesick 
Plantation in the last quarter of the eighteenth century, as 
shown by the following descending line compiled from the 
most reliable sources in the history of these nations. 



I. Bebnaro, a Norman baron, and near kinsman to 
BoUo, the first Duke of Normandy, who was the heroic 
leader of the first colony of Normans which settled in France, 
is believed by genealogical writers to have been the most 
rranote known progenitor of the Hamilton family. 

He was appointed by RoUo governor to his son, Duke 
WiUiam. 

He married, in the year 912, Sphreta de Burgundia, and 
had issue: 



n. TcTRFUB, OR TuRLOFUS, who gave name to the town 
of Tourville in Normandy, and in the year 955, married 
Emerberga de Brigenberg, Lady of Pont Audemar, and had 
issue: 



HI. TuRLOF, OR TuROLFE, who, in right of his mother, 
succeeded to the lordship of Pont Audemar. 
By his consort, Wevia, daughter of Harfust, a noble Dane, 

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tB^lie HomtUonfl! of Wattthovougfy 

and sister of Gunnora, wife of Richard, Duke of Normandy, 
grandfather of King William I., he had issue: 

IV. HuMPREY DE Vetulis, Lord of Pont Audemar, 
who married Albreda de la Haie Auberie, she being of a 
noble family in Normandy, and had issue: 

V. Roger de Bellomonte, Lord of Pont Audemar, 
who gave name to the town of Beaumont in Normandy. 

He accompanied William the Conqueror on his successful 
expedition into England in 1066, and had a command in 
the army sent against Malcolm the Third, King of Scotland. 
The Abbey of Preaux in Normandy, the foundation of which 
had been laid by his father, he finished and endowed. 

He married Adelina, only daughter of Walleran, Earl of 
Mellent, getting with her the Earldom of Mellent. He had 
issue: 

1. BoBEBT, who succeeded him. 

ft. HxNBT DB Nkwbubo, who, in the year 1076, was created Earl of 
Warwick by William the Conqueror. 

Roger de Bellomonte became a monk in the Abbey of 
Preaux, where he died and was buried. 

VI. Robert de Bellomonte, Lord of Pont Audemar 
and Earl of Mellent, elder son of Roger, accompanied 
WiUiam the Conqueror into England and acted a distin- 
guished part at the battle of Hastings, having been assigned 
the command in the Norman army of the right wing of the 
infantry. 

The Conqueror nobly rewarded him by bestowing upon 
him many manors and lordships in Leicestershire, War- 
wickshire, Gloucestershire, Northampton and Wilts. 

He built the castle of Leicester, where he lived in great 
splendor during the reigns of William the Conqueror and 
his son, William Rufus, but still retaining possession of 
his Norman estates. 

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On the accession of Henry the First, the Earl became his 
chief confidant and favorite minister. 

In the year llOS, King Henry the First created him Earl 
of Leicester, in consideration of his many great services, 
he having taken a chief part in the most important transac- 
tions of the reign of that monarch. 

The Earldom of Mellent and all his Norman possessions 
the Earl had given to his son Walleran, who was confirmed 
in the earldom. 

When Robert, Earl of Mellent, was created Earl of 
Leicester by Henry the First, he assumed for his arms the 
armorial bearings of the Earls of Mellent, viz., gules, a 
dnquefoil ermine, and to denote their descent from him, 
the Hamiltons of Scotland carry the same arms with the 
variation of three cinquefoils instead of one. 

His works of piety were many; he rebuilt and endowed 
the church of St. Mary at Leicester. 

He married, in 1096, Elizabeth Isabella, daughter of 
Hugh the Great, Duke of France and Burgundy, Count de 
Vermandois, who was the son of Henry I., King of France, 
and his wife, Anne, who was the daughter of Jaroslaus, 
Grand Duke or Czar of Russia, 1015-1051. 

Henry L, King of France, was the son of Robert the 
Pious, King of France, son of Hugh Capet, Eong of France, 
son of Hugh, Duke of France, and his wife Hedwige, daugh- 
ter of Henry L, Emperor of Germany, son of Otto the 
Great, Duke of Saxony, son of Ludolph, Duke of Saxony, 
and his wife Hedwige, daughter of Everard, Duke of Friaul, 
and his wife Gisela, daughter of Louis L, King of France, 
who was a son of Charlemagne (Charles the Great), bom 
April 2, 742; died January 28, 814. 

He was King of France 768, of Italy 774 and of Germany 
785. He was crowned Emperor of the West, by Pope 
Leo in., at Rome, on Christmas Day A. D. 800. Charle- 
magne made all heathen nations which he conquered 
receive the Christian faith and so caused the grand revolu- 
tion of Europe. 

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^I^e i|amtUonfl( of Wattthotou^ 

Robert, Earl of Leicester, had issue: 

1. Wallbr^lN, Earl of Mellent, who succeeded to the Norman 

estates, and in the year 1144, was created Earl of Worcester 
by £jng Stephen. 

2. Robert, a twin with Walleran, second Earl of Leicester. 

9. Hugh, who in 1150, was created Earl of Bedford by King Stephen. 

4. A daughter, who married Hugo de Castel Novo. 

5. Adeuna, who married Hugh de Montfort. 

6. Elizabeth, who married Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Pembroke. 



Robert, Earl of Leicester, retired to Normandy, where 
he became a monk in the Abbey of Preaux, dying there 2d 
June 1118, at an advanced age. 

Vn. Robert de Bellomonte, sumamed Bossu, second 
Earl of Leicester, inherited all his father's possessions in 
England. He was firmly attached to the interests of Song 
Henry the First, residing much about his coiu-t and attend- 
ing him on all his journeys, having been with the King at 
the time of his death in 11S5. 

For a period of fifteen years he served as Chief Justiciary 
of England. 

He married, in 1119, Amicia, daughter of Ralph de Guader, 
Earl of Norfolk, and had issue: 

1. RoBBBT, who succeeded him. 

2. Henut. 

S. Geoffret. 

4. John. 

5. Isabella, who married Simon, Earl of Huntington. 

6. AviCE, who married William, Earl of Gloucester. 

In accordance with the custom of the time, the Earl, 
some years before his death, renounced the world and 
became a monk in the Abbey of St. Mary de Pratis in Nor- 
mandy, where in the year 1168, he died and was buried. 

Vni. Robert de Bellomonte, sumamed Blanchemaine, 
third Earl of Leicester, took active part in the conspiracy 

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which was formed in the nineteenth year of the reign of 
Henry the Second, to depose that monarch and place his 
son. Prince Henry, on the throne. 

He ordered his vassals to join the confederates and he 
accompanied the Prince and the Earl of Flanders to the 
coast, preparatory to a projected invasion of England to 
support the insurrection. 

His vassals, together with the forces of the confederacy, 
appeared in arms in the centre of the kingdom. 

They fortified the town and castle of Leicester, but 
before they had time to take the field, Richard de Lacy, 
the Chief Justiciary, who remaining faithful to the King 
in this crisis, hastily collected forces which marched against 
and totally dispersed the confederates, then ordered a gen- 
eral assault upon the city of Leicester. 

Later the Earl of Leicester, with his troops, went to 
Suffolk, the inhabitants of which county did not oppose 
his cause. 

He made himself master of the castle of Framlingham. 
His army then marched toward the centre of the kingdom, 
being encotmtered at Famham by the Justiciary and his 
forces, which had been increased by the addition of the 
Hi^ Constable and other barons. After a short but 
bloody contest the Earl's troops gave way and were dis- 
persed. 

The Earl and several noblemen of his party were made 
captive and sent to Normandy by order of King Henry. 
The Earl was imprisoned and idl his possessions confiscated. 
The castle of Leicester was later recovered by the vassals 
of the Earl. 

After peace had been established between King Henry 
and the confederates, the Earl of Leicester still remained 
in confinement in Normandy and England until January 
1177, when aU his possessions were restored to him except 
the castle and lands of Moimtsorel in Leicestershire and the 
castle of Pacy in Normandy. 
He married Petronilla, daughter and sole heiress of Hugh 

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^I^e i|amiItonfl( of Wattthotou^f^ 

de Grandmesnily Lord of Hinckley and Great Steward of 
England, getting with her the whole estates and honors of 
Hinckley and succeeding to the Great Stewardship. By 
her he had issue: 

1. BoBBBT» who succeeded him. 

2. Roger. 
8. WnjJAM. 

4. Amicia, who married Simon de Montfort, the Pope's general in 

the crusade against the Waldenses and Albigenses. 

5. Maboarkt, who nuuried Sayer de Quincey, Earl of Winchester 

in England and "V^^ton in Scotland. 



In the year 1190, the Earl of Leicester made a pilgrimage 
to the Holy Land, died on his passage in the Mediterranean, 
and was buried at Duras, Greece. 

IX. Sm William de Hamilton, third son of Robert, 
third Earl of Leicester, is said to have been the founder of 
the illustrious house of Hamilton, and to have assumed his 
surname from the place of his birth. 

It is stated that, about the year 1215, he went to Scotland 
to visit his sister, the Countess of Winchester, her husband, 
Sayer de Quincey, Earl of Winchester, being a son of Robert 
de Quincey, who went to Scotland in the reign of William 
the lion and married the daughter and heiress of a Scottish 
noble, whereby he came to have extensive possessions in 
Scotland. 

Their son, Roger de Quincey, Earl of Winchester, was 
Lord High Constable of Scotland. 

Roger, the brother of Sir William, had preceded him to 
Scotland and was made Chancellor of that kingdom in 1178, 
Bishop of St. Andrews in 1189, died in 1202, and was buried 
in the church of St. Rule. 

While in Scotland, Sir William de Hamilton married 
Mary, the daughter and heiress of Gilbert, Earl of Strathem, 
a lady of the first rank and quality in the kingdom. 

Conflicts between England and Scotland made it neces- 

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sary for him to return to England to save his estates from 
confiscation. 

The conflicting statements of noted writers in reference 
to the descent of the family of Hamilton from the Earls 
of Leicester leave in doubt whether Sir William Hamilton 
was the individual member of the Bellomonte family who 
was the founder of the house of Hamilton, but the belief 
that the family of Hamilton is descended from the Earls 
of Leicester is supported by the concurring statements of 
many distinguished genealogists and may be safely relied 
upon. 

It is evident that Hamilton as a surname was assumed 
from the manor of Hamilton in the parish of Barkby, county 
Leicester, this manor being the inheritance of the Earls 
of Leicester, by whose grant the Hamiltons acquired the 
same. 

The Hamiltons of this manor being a branch of the 
Leicester family carried the same arms as the Earls of 
Leicester, with the variation of three cinquefoils instead 
of one, as a mark of cadency. 

Burton, in his history of Leicestershire, states that in 
his time the arms of these Hamiltons were emblazoned on 
the principal window of the church of St. Mary de Castro 
in the city of Leicester, being placed next to the coat of 
arms of the Earls of Leicester, and having the name Hamil- 
ton below the shield to denote to whom it belonged. 




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copter Jf our 

^l^e i|amtUonfl( of i^cotlanb 

^ITHE Scottish family of Hamilton, the head of which was 
^^ recognized by parliament as the presumptive heir to 
the Scottish throne in the reign of Queen Mary, is believed 
to have derived its origin from the great Norman race of 
Bellomonts, Earls of Leicester, through the Lords of the 
manor of Hamilton in the County of Leicester, who are 
considered to have been a branch of the Bellomont family. 
One argument for this theory was that the armorial bearings 
of the Hamiltons, three dnquefoils, were a variation of 
the single dnquefoil of the Leicester family; the ancient 
Lords of the manor of Hamilton and the Hamiltons of Scot- 
land bearing for their arms three cinquefoils ermine, on a 
field gules, whereas the Bellomonts, Earls of Leicester, bore 
one dnquefoil ermine, on a field gules. 



I. Sm GiLBEBT D£ HAMILTON was the first of the family 
who settled in Scotland, this being in the reign of Alexander 
the Second, with whom he was in great favor. 

He is believed to have been a son of Sir William de 
Hamilton, who went to Scotland in the year 1215, and later 
returned to England. 

In a charter of 12 December 1272, by Thomas of Cragyn 
or Craigie, to the monks of Paisley of his church of Craigie 
in Kyle, Gilbert de Hameldun appears as witness. 

He married Isabella, daughter of Sir James Randolph of 
Strathdon, sister of Thomas, Earl of Murray, afterward 
governor of Scotland, and by her he had issue: 

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1. Sib Wai/teb, who succeeded him. 

2. Sib John, of Bossaven. 
8. Hugo. 

n. Sm Walteb de Hamilton, eldest son of Sir Gilbert, 
appears under the designation of Walter Fitz Gilbert. The 
earliest record we find of him is 10 January 1294, when he 
appears as one of the witnesses to a charter by James, the 
High Steward of Scotland, to the monks of Paisley, granted 
at his manor of Blackball in Renfrewshire. 

In the Homage Roll of 28 August 1296, his name occurs 
among the lairds who swore fealty at Berwick. He remained 
an English partisan until the battle of Bannockbum, at 
which time he was captain of the garrison of Bothwell Castle. 

Soon afterward he joined the party of Bruce, and King 
Robert bestowed on him the barony of Cadzow in Lanark- 
shire, also several other baronies and various other lands 
in Wigtownshire and Linlithgowshire. 

He was Justiciary of Lanark in 1321, and later he was 
knighted. 

At the battle of Halidon Hill he was present and fought 
in the High Steward's division. 

Sir Walter Fitz Gilbert married first a lady named 
Helen, but whose surname is not known; secondly Mary 
Gordon, daughter of Sir Adam Gordon of Gordon, and had 
issue: 

1. Sib David» who succeeded him. , 

2. John. 

HI. Sir David de Hamilton, elder son of Sir Walter, 
probably succeeded his father before 1346. He was a 
faithful adherent to the interests of King Pavid the Second 
and accompanied that monarch in all his excursions into 
the northern counties of England. 

At the battle of Durham, 17 October 1346, he was taken 
prisoner with the King, but was soon liberated upon pay- 
ment of a heavy ransom. He was knighted prior to 1361. 

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^I^e J^amiltonsl of Watttboxougfy 

When the succession to the crown of Scotland was settled 
on John, Earl of Carrick and his successors at Scone, Sir 
David appears as one of the Barons in the Parliaments of 
Scotland on 27 March 1371 and 4 April 1373. 

He married Lady Margaret Leslie, daughter of William, 
Earl of Ross, son of Hugh, Earl of Ross, by his wife. Lady 
Matilda Bruce, sister of Robert I., King of Scotland, and 
daughter of Robert Bruce, Earl of Annandale and Carrick, 
who was the son of Robert Bruce, Earl of Annandale, a 
claimant to the crown of Scotland, 1290, as nearest kin 
to Alexander HI. He was the son of Robert de Brus or 
Bruce, Earl of Annandale, and his wife Lady Isabel de 
Huntingdon, daughter of David, Earl of Huntingdon, son 
of Henry, Earl of Huntingdon and Northumberland, son 
of David L, King of Scotland, who was a brother of Matilda, 
wife of Henry L, King of England, who was a son of 
William the Conqueror. 

David I. was the son of Malcolm EQ., of Scotland and 
his wife, Margaret, daughter of Edward the Exile, Prince 
of England, son of Edmund H., King of England, son of 
Ethelred H., King of England, son of ^Sdgac-theJB^aceful, 
King of England, son of Edmund I., King of England, son 
of Edward the Elder, King of England, son of Alfred the 
Great, King of England, bom in the year 849 and died Oc- 
tober 28, 901, the foremost figure in early English history. 

Sir David de Hamilton had issue: 

1. Sm Davo, who succeeded him. 

2. Sm JoHN» of Fingaltoun. 
S. Wai/ter. 

4. Alan. 

5. A daughter, who married Simon Boberton of Eamock. 

IV. Sm David db Hamilton, eldest son of Sir David, 
was the first of his family who adopted the title, Lord of 
Cadzow. 

He was highly esteemed by King Robert the Second, 
by whom he was knighted, and who, in 1377, made him a 

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grant of the lands of Bothwell Muir. He was also the owner 
of the lands of Clonesynach, Bemis, and Auldiands, in the 
county of Renfrew. 

He was living in October 1381, but must have died prior 
to 1S92» when his son was Lord of Cadzow. 

Sir David married Janet Keith, only daughter of Sir 
William Keith of Galston, and had issue: 

1. Sm John, who succeeded him. 

2. Sra WnjJAM. 
8. Andbew. 

4. JoHN» secundus. 

5. Geobge. 

6. Elizabeth, who married Sir Alexander Fraser of Cowie. 



v. Sm John de Hamilton, Lord of Cadzow, eldest son 
of Sir David, succeeded his father before 1S9£. 

He was superior of the lands of Balderston in Linlithgow- 
shire, of which lands he granted a charter to Adam For- 
rester on Sd March 1395. Li 1898, when returning from 
France with Sir John Hamilton of Fingaltoun and some 
other Scottish gentlemen, they were captured at sea by the 
English, and upon complaint made by the Scottish govern- 
ment to King Richard that they were captured in violation 
of the truce between Scotland and England, the King issued 
an order dated 28 October 1898, for them to be liberated, 
the ship and goods restored or their value refunded. 

Sir John Hamilton was one of the Scottish commissioners 
appointed for receiving the oath of Song Richard for the 
fulfilment of the truce with Scotland in the year 1899. 
Some time after, he was present on the borders with the 
Duke of Albany, when he and the Duke of Lancaster, on 
the part of England, prolonged the truce between the two 
countries. 

He married, about 1888, Jacoba, daughter of Sir James 
Douglas of Dalkeith, and had issue: 

1. Sib James, who succeeded him, and whose eldest son, James, 
was the first Lord Hamilton, ancestor of the Dukes of Hamilton. 

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^tie ilamtUonfli of Wattxhovougfy 

%, Dayid. 

S. Thomas* ancestor of the Hamiltons of Raploch. 

4. Cathebini:, who married Sir William Baillie of Lamington. 



VI. Thomas Hamilton, third son of Sir John de Hamil- 
ton, Lord of Cadzow, was the ancestor of the Raploch 
family. He is mentioned in the Fcedera Anglise as having 
been a prisoner of war in the hands of the English, and an 
order was issued by King Henry the Fifth, dated 12 April 
14 IS, to release him from the Tower of London. 

He married first Helen, daughter of Sir Henry Douglas 
of Lochleven, and had issue: 

1. James, of Raploch. 

2. Thomas, ancestor of the Etamiltons of Torrance. 
S. Daughter, ''the guidwife of Cunynghame.' 
4. Daughter, "the ladie Hallrig.' 



He married secondly a daughter of the Laird of Grant, 
and had issue: 

1. John, of Caimduffe. 

2. Allan, of Fairholm. 



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chapter Jf ibe 

Wfyt i|amtItonfl( of Torrance 

I. THOBiAS Hamilton, second son of Thomas Hamilton 
of Raploch, was the first of the family of Torrance. He is 
designed of Torrance in a charter under the great seal, in 
the year 1468. 

He married the heiress of Torrance of that Ilk, getting 
with her the lands of Torrance, and by her he had issue: 

1. John, who is designed of Torrance in 1475. 

2. Michael of Lochhouse, who in 1466» had a charter under the great 

seal, of the hinds of Lochhouse. 
8. James, of Woodhall. 



n. John Hamilton of Torrance, eldest son of Thomas 
of Torrance, '"was witness to a charter from James, Lord 
Hamilton, to the community and baillies of his burgh of 
Hamilton, of a piece of ground in the Haugh of EUunilton, 
and a bakehouse with a conmion muir and green, of date 
88 October 1476." 

He appears to have married Janet, daughter of Parklie, 
of that Ilk, near Linlithgow, and had issue: 



ni. James Hamilton of Torrance, who, in the year 
1494, 'Ogives a part of his estate to his son James, procreate 

betwixt him and , daughter of Walter Maxwell 

of Aikenhead." He left issue: 

1. James, his heir. 

2. John, of Shawtoun. 

8. Gborgs, who was sUiin by the Laird of Dunrod. 
4. Allan, of MachlinghoiU. 

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^I^e i|amtUonfl( of Wattxhovouqfy . 

IV. James Hamilton of Torrance, eldest son of James 
of Torrance, had a charter "to James Hamilton of Torrance 
and Christian Stewart, his spouse, of the lands of Braehead, 
the lands of Croce, and the half of the lands of Browsters- 
land, in the county of Lanark," dated 12 June 1540; also 
anoliier charter of the church lands of Torrance, dated IS 
February 1545. 

He married Christian Stewart, a daughter of Stewart of 
Minto, and had issue : 

1. RoBEST» his heir. 

2. Andbew, of Ardoch. 

S. THOMAfi, of Inchmachan. 

4. Alexander, of Innerkip. 

5. Allan, of Bogtoun. 

6. Janet, who married Hugh Ralston of that Ilk. 

7. Maboabbt, who married John Robertoun of Emock. 



y. Robert Hamilton of Torrance, eldest son of James 
of Torrance, "married a daughter of the Goodman of 
Glaister and niece to the sheriflf of Ayr." They had issue: 

1. Matthew, his heir. 

2. James, of PeiU. 



VI. Matthew Hamilton of Torrance, elder son of 
Robert of Torrance, was the ancestor of the Hamiltons of 
Westbum. He married a daughter of Muirhead of Lau- 
chope, and had issue: 

1. James, his heir. 

2. Alexander. 

3. Abchibald. 

4. Amdbew, of Westbum. 



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Wl)t ll^dimiltimi of Wtitbwm 

^ITHE descent of this family from the house of Torrance 
^^ is decidedly proven from the Diploma of Armorial 
Bearings which was in the possession of Gabriel Hamilton 
Dundas of Westbum and Duddingston and which was 
granted to his ancestor, Gabriel Hamilton of Westbum, 
about the middle of the seventeenth century. 



Abms— Gules, three cinquefoils ermine, a bordure potent 
couterpotent of the second and first. 

Crest — A hand grasping a lance in bend sinister ppr. 
Motto — Et arma et virtus. 



I. Andrew Hamilton of Westbum, a cadet of the 
Hamiltons of Torrance, is believed to have been a son of 
Matthew Hamilton of Torrance. 

His name first appears in 1604, in a deed under the 
Privy Seal, and again in the Commissary Records of Glas- 
gow, of the date ISth November 1618. He had issue: 

1. Gabriel, his heir. 

2. Datu), who came to America in 1651. 



n. .Gabbiel Hamilton of Westbum, elder son of 
Andrew, lived during Cromwell's usurpation and the reign 
of Charles the Second. 

He was one of the Committee of War for the County of 
Lanark in the year 1648. 

After the Restoration he underwent much persecution 

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tl^t HatniUonH ot Wattcborovi^ 

because of his religious opinions, and in 1662 was fined by 
the Earl of Middleton in the sum of £1000 Scots. 

He married Margaret Cimninghame, daughter of the 
Knight of Gilbertfield, and had issue: 

1. Gabbiel, his heir. 

2. Abchibald, who succeeded his brother. 
8. James. 

4. Anns, who died unmarried in February 1674. 

5. Elizabxtth, who married James Hamilton of Newton. 

6. Daughter, who married Lang of Overtoun. 



Gabriel Hamilton died in September 1669, as appears 
from his will, registered of date 7th July 1670. 



m. Gabriel Hamilton of Westbum, eldest son of 
Gabriel of Westbum, also suffered much persecution during 
the reign of Charles the Second for his firm adherence to 
his religious opinions. 

In the year 1676, under an accusation of having fre- 
quented conventicles, he was imprisoned, and refusing to 
purge himself by oath, after three months' imprisonment, 
he was released upon payment of a fine of 1000 merks. 

He was again imprisoned in 1683, but, demanding a trial 
and nothing appearing against him in the precognition, he 
was again released. 

He had a charter under the great seal, "Gabrieli Hamil- 
ton de Westbum, dimidietatis baronise de Carmunnock," 
dated 3d June 1670. 

Dying without issue, he was succeeded by his brother 
Archibald Hamilton of Westbum, who married first a 
daughter of Hay of Craigenethan, and had no issue. He 
married secondly Margaret, daughter of Claud Hamilton 
of Barnes, by Anne, daughter of Sir Walter Stewart of Allan- 
toun, and his wife Margaret, daughter of Sir James Hamil- 
ton of Broomhill, and sister of the first Lord Belhaven. 
They had issue: 

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tEfttir Sncefltortf 



H his heir. 
t. BoBMBT, who died without issue. 

8. Amn. who, in 1734, muried the Ber. Hr. Miller of Mlllheugh. 
r of Hamilton. 



Their son, John Miller, was the celebrated Professor of 
Law in the University of Glasgow, and the author of " £s8ay s 
on the British Constitution" and the "Origin of Ranks." 



"While we hallow the gnve of the free and the brare. 
While the land hath a atream, while the sea hath a wave; 
WMle the btdd are free, and the coward a slave. 
Well stand by the Auld Scottish Thistle." 




Bobtb' JIamtlton 

anb 

Hist BeiBicenbantt 



Clwptet ikbeit 

l^abOi' ?|mntlton 

:f ir«t tfetieratioit 

1. David^ Hamilton, the progenitor of the Hamiltons 
of Waterborough^ was the son of Andrew Hamilton of 
Westbum, a cadet of the Hamiltons of Torrance, and was 
bom between 1620 and 1630, in or a short distance from the 
town of Hamilton, which is eleven miles southeast of Glas- 
gow in Scotland. All the Hamiltons in that part of Scot- 
land, led by the great Duke of Hamilton, adhered to the 
Stuart dynasty, and were among the most trusted and 
vigorous supporters of the royal cause. As will be seen, 
he belonged to the '* Hamiltons of Westbum," which was 
a barony of the County of Lanark. Just what it included 
is at this time quite unknown. The family was known as 
"The Hamiltons of Westbum" and adopted a coat of arms 
which is displayed in Scottish Heraldry. 

David had a brother by the name of Gabriel, and the 
name continues among his descendants for several genera- 
tions, and is not found in any other family of Hamiltons, 
either in Scotland or England, during the sixteenth and 
seventeenth centuries. 

David was taken a prisoner either at the battle of Dunbar 
on the 3d day of September, 1650, or at the battle of 
Worcester on the Sd day of September, 1651, and, with 
others, transported to America. 

On the 8th day of November (old style) 1651-2, there 
sailed from Gravesend, a short distance from London, Eng- 
land, on the Thames, a vessel caUed the **John & Sara," 
John Greene, Master, bound for New England and con- 

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I^abtb ?|amtlton 

signed to "Mr. Thomas Kemble of charles Towne by Jo: 
Beex, Robt. Rich and Willjam Greene," and from that 
point to the Barbadoes, with such goods as the said Kemble 
should conceive would be turned to the best account in 
the Barbadoes and there consigned to Mr. Charles Rich. 
This consignment contained "Jronworke and house hold 
stuffe and other provisions for planters and Scotch prisoners 
freed by ordinance date 20th of October 1651." 

The following is a copy of the consignment including the 
list of Scotch prisoners: 

London, this 11: of Nouembe' 1651. 

m' Tho: Kemble. 

Wee whose names are vnde' written f reighte" of the sh 
( ) John & Sara whereof is Comande' John Greene 

doe Consigne the sajd shipp & servants to be disposed of 
by you for ou' best Advantage & account & ' the whole 
proceed of these servants & Vojage Retoume in a Jojnct 
stocke without any division in such goods as you conceive 
will tume best to acco°^ in the Barbadoes & Consign them 
to m' Charles Rich* for the foresajd acco** & w' other 
pay yo^ meete with fit for this place send hither & take 
the Advise & Assistance of Cap^ Jn^ Greene in disposall 
of the servants dispatch of the shipp or w^ else may any 
wajes conceme the vojage thus wishing the shipp a safe 
vojage & Gods blessing on the same not doubting of you' 
best care & dilligence. Remajne: 

you' loving freinds Jo: Beex 
Signatum et Recognitum Rob^ Rich 

in pncia Willjam Greene 

Jo. Nottock notarius publ. 

Entred & Recorded at the Instant Request 
of the sajd m' Tho: Kemble p Edw: Rawson Recorder 

13th May 1652 

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London this 11^: of Nouember 1651: 

Capt. Jn® Greene 

Wee whose names are vnder f reighte" of you' shipe the 
John & Sara doe Order you forthwith as winde & weather 
shall permitt to sett sajle for Boston in New: England & 
there deliuer our Orders and Servants to Tho: Kemble of 
charles Towne to be disposed of by him according to orde" 
wee have sent him in that behalfe & wee desire yow to 
advise with the sajd Kemble about all that may conceme 
that whole Intended vojage vsing you' Indeavo's with the 
sajd Kemble for the speediest lading you' shipp from New: 
Eng: to the barbadoes with provisions & such other things 
as are in N. E. fitt for the west Indies where you are to 
deliuer them to m' Charles Rich to be disposed of by him 
for the Joinct acco°^ of the freighte's & so to be Retou'ned 
home in a stocke vndevided thus desiring your Care & 
industrje in dispatch & speed of the vojage wishing yow a 
liappy & safe Retourne wee Remajne you' loving freinds 

Signatum. et Recognitum John Beex 

in pncia: Jo: Nottock notar Publ: Rob* Rich 

IS May 1652 Will Greene 

Entred & Recorded p Edward Rawson Recorde' 

A list of the passengers aboard the John and Sara of 
London John Greene m' bound for new Englan ( ) 

Donald Boye Michaell fifossem 

James moore Daniell Simson 

Walter Jackson John Rosse 

Sander milleson James mickell 

Daniell monlow John mackalester 

Henry Brounell Daniell mackneU 

James f arfason Patricke Timson 

Alester lowe John Hanoman 

Daniell Hogg Andrew Terris 

Hugh mackey James Jackson 

Daniell mackannell Patricke Tower 

John Croome w™ mackannell 

John macklude Dani mackajne 

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Dan mackwell 
( ) mackuiuiell 

John Hudson 
John mackholme 
John Berne 
( )More 

John Crag 
Robe't moniow 
HiU mackie 
John Mackdonell 
AUester macknester 
John Edminstrebe 
V Banes 
Patrick Jones 
Andrew wilson 
Daniell monwilliam 
John Mackenthow 
John Tanniell 
david mackhome 
murtle mack jlude 
Salamon Sindare 
John Gurden 
w^ macken 
John Cragon 
John Graunt 
Alestre mackrore 
Daniell mackendocke 
Gellust Mackwilliam 
James milward 
w»deU 

James micknab 
Glester maektomas 

John Coehon 
Robert Jenkr 
Edward dulen 
John Hogg 
James Gumer 
W TeUer 
origlais mackf anon 
nicholas Wallis 
John murrow 
Bobe't Highen 
John mackheUin 



Senly mackonne 
James English 
Dan Mackennell 
John maekey 
rl^Tiniol^ Gunn 

James Ross 
John Wilson 
david Jeller 
George Quenne 
John Jenler 
John woodell 
George Perry 
John Monrow 
w* Clewston 
daniell wmrjIfKan 
Akster mackhene 
Alester Simson 
Richard Jackson 
James Camell 
dan:Martjn 
John Hogg 
John Robinson 
John Rosse 
JohnRosse 
Hugh Monrow 
Thomas Bereere 
Sjmon Russell 
John morre 
Edward Punn 
Saunde' morrot 
w^ffresell 
John Boye 
John Buckanen 
Patricke morton 
Danell makalester 
James michell 
Sander makdoell 
david Hamilton 
Patricke mackneile 
david Ross 
Amos Queme 
Alestre Hume 
Neile Johnson 
Alester Rallendra 



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?|tiB; ^tstttaiitmUi 



A]]e8ter( ) 

Dan MackheUin 

( ) 

Charles Lesten 
W Stewart 
John Morie 
Edward jSressell 
davidHinne 
Daonell blacke 
daniell Sessor 
Patricke mackatheme 
Alexand' Tompson 
danell Kemper 
Daniell How 
John Brow ( ) 

Sam Shiva ( ) 

Henry Mack ( ) 

John RobiiUBon 
Daniel ( ) 

Patricke ( ) 

Patricke ( ) 

P( ) 

) 
)ckf arson 

) macklyne 

) monrow 

)ster macknell 

Daniell Robinson 

( )aiiies Shone 

John Anderson 

James Graunt 

Patricke Crosshone 

John Grant 

John Scott 

Dan: Gordon 

Dan: Boss 

John Hogg 

Patrick mann 

Ansell Sherron 

James Boss 

Sander miUer 

James Pattiaon 

Alexander Graunt 

Tlwmas Graunt 



Bory Hamilton 
James Bobinson 
David Buckanon 
David Sterling 
Daniell macknith 
Bob^ mackfarson 
W" munckrell 
Neile Camell 
Sennell mackneth 
John mackane 
Dan Shuron 
Bory machy 
Patricke Gramit 
Patricke Harron 
James Bowe 
Sander Simson 
James Grorden 
Charles Bobinson 
Alester Bobinson 
Patricke Bobertson 
Alester graunt 
Neile macketh 
Patricke macknith 
daniell macknith 
James hedeicke 
James mackhell 
John Curmuckhell 
david Hume 
Patrick macktreth 
david Anderson 
W^Beames 
david monwilljam 
John Sterling 
John Mann 
w* dengell 
Daniell mann 
Sander mackcunnell 
Cana mackumall 
Patricke mackane 
Ansell Sotherland 
david Jameson 
dan: Simson 
George Hame 
James Crockf ord 



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neile Carter 
dan: mackneile 
John Shinne 
Robt mackajne 
Dan: Hudson 
Neik MuiTow 
John Cannell 
Evan Tiler 
Jonas murrow 
Alester mackhele 
Edward dengle 
James Kallender 
Jonas Ross 
Neile Mackone 
James Graunt 
david Tenler 
James mackally 
w™ mackajne 
Alester Tooth 
Austin Stewart 
Laughlell Montrosse 
w™ mackontoss 
Neile mackajne 
James mackreith 
John mackf orsen 
James Hamilton 
John Graunt 
James murrow 
w™ Carmackhell 
James mackneile 
Samuel! mackajne 
Dan: Graunt 
Cha: Stewart 
Neile Stewart 
david macketh 



david Kallender 
David Patterson 
Alester Anderson 
Patricke Smison 
Robt: Boy 
John Wilson 
Patricke Jacson 
w"^ mackajne 
Dan: mackhoe 
Dan: mackajne 
Alester Ross 
Neile Muckstore 
w™ mackandra 
John Boye 
w" Graunt 
James Graunt 
Henry Smith 
w" hidrecke 
Cana macktentha 
Neile Hogg 
Rob* mackhane 
Rob* Stewart 
david Simson 
Laughleth Gordon 
Neile Jameson 
Patrick English 
James Benne 
david milward 
w" Anderson 
Sande' mackey 
Patrick Sotherland 
Daniell oneale 
John woodall 
Christopher wilson 
John murrow 



The persons afore named past from hence in the ship 
afore mentioned and are according to order Registred 
heare, dat. 
Search office. Gravesend 8*^* Nouember. 1651. 

Giles Barrow ^ 

Ed w : Pelling > Searchers. 

John: morris J 

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?|u; ^tittnhmti 

In the Jn^ & Sara of London John Greene m' for New Eng- 
land: Robert Rich, m'^ Jronworke & house hold stuffe. & 
other p'ovisions for Planters and scotch p'isone's free by 
ordinance of Parliament dat 20^ of octobe' 1651. 



S No' two trusses of goods for plant's, shipt 

G R the viiith of Nouember 1651 m'kt & 
nombred as in the 
niagen\ 

John Beadley Sc w*** y* Armes of y* Comon wealth. 
Entred & Recorded at the Request of m' Thomas Kemble: 
14 may 1652 

p Edward Rawson Recorde'. 

It is impossible in these modem times to conceive the 
physical suffering or the mental anguish of these loyal 
Scotchmen, taken from the prison pens in which they had 
been confined from the time of their capture and sent 
across the ocean huddled together in the hold of a little 
sailing vessel, martyrs to a cause as righteous as the liberty 
of worship, and subjected in a new and unknown land to 
all the indignities of years of servitude. 

Volumes have been written depicting the terrible experi- 
ences of that little band of Pilgrims who voluntarily left 
their homes for a land where neither bishop nor king could 
dominate their conscience, and with the hope and purpose 
of founding a government and establishing a form of religion 
suited to their own convictions, and who, in fact, did found 
a government which has been the marvel of all the nations. 

Monuments have been erected to perpetuate their mem- 
ory. Eloquence and song have combined for nearly three 
centuries to make forever historic their purposes and their 
deeds. The nobility and purity of their purpose and the 
grandeur of their achievements will inspire the generations 

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Babib Hamtlton 

of men so long as the blessings of a free conscience and a 
free government shall endure. 

But to David Hamilton and his compatriots no hand of 
a Samoset from his far away eastern home was extended 
in kindly greeting; but with "Jronworke and house hold 
stuffe and other provisions for planters and Scotch prisoners" 
they were disposed of by Thomas Kemble to the best ad- 
vantage of his "loving friends, Jo: Beex, Rob^ Rich and 
WiUjam Greene." 

Yet from these loins have sprung hearts as true, men as 
noble» women as pure, as any whose fame has resoimded 
through the corridors of the centuries, and in whose veins 
courses the blood of a Bradford or a Winthrop. Modest 
in their conception of their own merit; unmindful of the 
fascinations of place and the glamor of wealth, and regard- 
less of their thousand years of lineage, they have walked 
uprightly in the presence of men and have adorned the 
sphere in which they moved. 

Nothing is known of David Hamilton after his landing 
at Charlestown for some years, when he appeared in Dover, 
New Hampshire, where he had undoubtedly gone after a 
period of servitude in Massachusetts, attracted by the 
settlements of Scotch there and in that vicinity, and espe- 
cially by that settlement in York (now called Scotland) 
where he could feel the touch and hear the voice of a fellow 
countryman, which must have been grateful indeed to him 
after his years of banishment, whatever may have been his 
surroimdings. It is probable that he was indentured as 
a servant to some person in Massachusetts upon practically 
the same terms and conditions as some of those who were 
taken at the battle of Dunbar the year before and sent to 
this country, as set forth in a letter from Rev. John Cotton 
to Oliver Cromwell in relation thereto, dated at "Boston 
in N. E. 28. of 5th 1651," of which the following is an 
extract: 

"The Scots, whom God delivered into your hands at 
Dunbarre, and whereof sundry were sent hither, we have 

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Hut BeflScetibantt 

been desirous (as we could) to make their yoke easy. Such 
as were sick of the scurvy or other diseases have not wanted 
physick and chyrurgery. They have not been sold for 
slaves to perpetual servitude, but for 6 or 7 or 8 yeares, 
as we do oiu* owne; and he that bought the most of them 
(I heare) buildeth houses for them, for every four an house, 
layeth some acres of ground thereto, which he giveth them 
as their owne, requiring 3 dayes in the weeke to worke for 
them (by tumes) and 4 dayes for them themselves, and 
promiseth, as soone as they can repay him the money he 
layed out for them, he will set them at liberty.'* 

Dining these long years of war, imprisonment, servitude 
and struggle, the heart of David Hamilton beat true to his 
first love whom he left behind in Lanarkshire when he cast 
in his fortunes with the royal cause to battle for its suprem- 
acy; and through the doubt and defeat of that period her 
love never languished, and when her father, Richard Jack- 
son, who had been banished by the same decree and trans- 
ported to America in the same vessel with David Hamilton, 
had worked out his own servitude and cleared for himself 
a little home on the westerly bank of the beautiful and 
historic Saco, bade her mother, her brother and herself 
join him, she left her desolate home in Scotland with a 
heart bounding with hope and expectation. July 14th, 
1662, after years of sorrow and separation, these childhood 
lovers, near where the great river mingles its chastened 
waters with the mighty deep, and without a sigh for their 
old trysting-place in the "hame countree" "plighted their 
troth." 

The record f oimd in the city clerk's office in Biddef ord, 
Maine, is as follows: 

"David Hamilton mary** to Annah Jaxson July 14-1662." 

For years, and perhaps centuries, a vague tradition has 
prevailed in the Hamilton family that when the first emigrant 
of that name left his Scottish home for America the girl 

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who9e affections he enjoyed presented him a Bible for his 
companion and guide in the new world where they hoped 
to found a new home; that afterwards in that home they 
used together in their daily devotions the same book which 
had been a sacred connecting link while the broad expanse 
of the Atlantic lay between them. 

Exhaustive research has not verified the truth of this 
legend in its entirety, but this much is absolutely true: A 
number of years ago Miss Margaret E. Hamilton of Wake- 
field, Massachusetts, who traces her descent from David 
Hamilton in the following line: 

David^ 

Abial (or Bial)> 

Solomon* 

Daniel^ 

Charles Roberts' 

and who is a most enthusiastic lover of the name, a devoted 
believer in the right of Charles H to the throne of England, 
and an ardent student in the history of one of the great 
English and Scotch families, while on a visit to her. grand- 
mother in Maine found by accident a volume entitled: 



it 



BELIQVIiS SACRJE 

CAROUNJE 

or the 

WORKS 

of tlutt 

GREAT MONARCH 

and 

GLORIOUS MARTYR 

King CHARLES the I. 

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9» 



RELICXyiiE SACKJS. 

OR THE 

WORKS 

OF THAT 

GREAT MONARCH 

GLORIO VS ""m ARTYR 

CollcAccI togtthcir, and digcftcd in order, 

according to their fcvcrail SubjeftJ, 
CIVIL zaiSACRED. 



The Concents appear in the next enfuing Pages 



i«»-*i»««*"^'"""*»^ ' ■" I '■■• 



» King 4 3.2 5. And Hie unto him there ms no 
King before him , that turned to the Lord with 
dU his hearty (^c, 

Hcb. 1 1 ,4. heing dead^ he jet fpeaketh. 



mt^m^^'9i^^^^**lf^» I m mmtmmtmim'^mmmmmt^m 





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Printed by Samutll "Bnwnt, \6i\\ 



Tttub page fbom book bbought to America bt David Hamilton in 1651-2 



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FlTLEAF reOU BAKE VOLDHB 



i Wbstbusn Hauiltons 



This has been derisively styled "King Charles's Bible." 
Qn one of the fly leaves is written "David Hamilton, his 
book" and the motto "Et arma et virtus/' which is the 
motto on the coat of arms of the Hamiltons of Westbitm. 

There is absolutely no doubt about the identity and 
authenticity of this volume. 

Miss Hamilton has graciously permitted the reproduction 
in this volume of the title page and the fly leaf of that 
volume. It gives some credence to the tradition referred 
to, and of itself is evidence that David belonged to the 
Westbum family, and, coupled with other known facts, is 
conclusive upon that point. 

The coat of arms of the Hamiltons of Westbum as given 
by Nisbet in his mammoth work is also reproduced. 

On July 26, 1665, David Hamilton signed a petition 
praying tiiat Portsmouth or Strawberry Bank, Dover, 
Exeter and Hampton should be freed from the jurisdiction 
of Massachusetts. 

Prior to his marriage David Hamilton acquired rights in 
a parcel of land, containing twenty acres, in the town of 
Dover (now Rollinsford), New Hampshire, on the Newi- 
chawannock River between Quamphegan Falls and St. 
Albans Cove, on which he erected a house to which he took 
liis bride, and where they lived to the time of his death. 
He later acquired a legal title to this property by a deed 
from Benjamin Grant dated October 7th, 1669, who acquired 
the same by a deed from the town of Dover. This land 
lies on the opposite side of the river from the homestead of 
the late Col. Jonathan Hamilton, in South Berwick, Maine, 
and in a diagonal direction up the river, on which it has a 
frontage of twenty rods. 

The title from the town of Dover to the present time is 
as follows: 

1658. Dover to James Grant, then of Dover, N. H., a grant of twenty 
seres, next adjoining to Henry Magoun's lot between St. Albans Cove 
and Quamph^^ fall, bounded southeasterly by Newwichawannock 

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River; northeaaterly by Thomas Canney's; northwesterly on commons; 
and southwesterly on Henry Maxim's lot. 

Dover Records, 1-102. 

Oct. 7, 1669. James Grant of York, York Co., to David Hambleton 
of Newechewannuck in Dover for ''Nine ponds Lawful pay in New Eng- 
land" a tract of land ''containing by estimation & as it is Laid out for 
Twenty acres of Land be it more or Less Lying & being between a place 
called St. Albans Cove & Quamphegin ffalls bordering on Newitchannuck 
River on ye south east, & on ye North east on Thomas Cannys Lott & 
on ye north west on ye Comons & on ye South west on Henry Maggoons 
Lott & Sett out by Cartaine marked trees marked with J. G. upon wch 
Lott of Land the said David Hambleton hath now sett up a Dwelling 
house & in it now dwelleth." 

N. H. Province Deeds, 8, 94b. 

March 28, 1698. Selectmen of Dover (Jno. Gerrish, Nathll. Hill, 
Jno. Drue, Jeremyhl Bumham.) to Thomas Pots of Town aforesaid in 
consideration of his "maintaining of David Hamelton the Eldest Son of 
David E[amelton the Hoole Terme of his Life" "aU that tracte of Land, 
formerly in the tenure and occupation of David Ebimdton Senr. Late 
of Dover Deceased" "it beinge Twenty Acres More or Lese, Sittuate 
at Newchewanake Lyinge and Beinge, betwene a Lott of Land granted 
to Mary Mason and the Lott of Thomas Canny as May Appere by 

Dover Records, all wch said tracte of Land, all Prevelidges" etc. 

N. H. Prov. Deeds, 7, 880. 

Jan. 19, 1698/9. Thomas & Johanah Potts of Dover to Job Clements 
Esq. of town aforesaid in exchange for land on Dover Neck, "all yt. twenty 
acres of Land I formerly purchased of the Selectmen of Dover sdtuat 
at Nechwanick Sometimes possessed by David Hamilton lyeing and being 
between a lott of Land granted to Henry Magoon and a lott of Thomas 
Canyes all wch said tract of Land" — 

N. H. Prov. Deeds, 10, 80. 

Oct. 15, 1700. Job & Abigail Clements of Dover to Henery Nock of 
the town aforesaid "in consideration of the Sum of Tw^ty five pounds 
in curt and lawful money of New England" a tract of land "containing 
Twenty Accers more or less formerly in the tenure and occupation of 
David Hamillton and now in my possession Sdtuat at Nechewanick 
in Dover Township lyeing and being between a lott of Land formerly 
granted to Henery Magoone and a lott granted to Thomas Canny border- 
ing on the north on the afforesaid lott of Thoms. Canies, and on the South 

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ROiLINSFORO NH 



SOUTH BERV^ICK MAINE 




Old Hamitfon' or 



LOCATION or HOME ^ 

DAVID HAMILTON 

ROLLINSFORp N.H . 



^u( BeflScetibantt 



on the lott granted To Hennery Magpone and on The East butting on 
the Biver ninhig up to Nechewanick.** 

N. H. Prov. Deeds, 9,649. 

May 28, 1718. Henry Nock devises to Sarah Nock ''all and singular 
my lands. Messuages, and Tenements by her freely to be possessed and 
Enjoyed." 

N. H. Pkobate Bee, 7, 118. 

(Feb. «7, 1788/4. ''Sarah Wyer •♦*« fonneriy ye wife of ♦♦♦« Beniy 
Nock." 

N. H. Prov. Deeds, 26, 20. 

March 80, 1788. Eleaaer h Sarah Wyer of Sumersworth in Dover to 
Eieaaer Wyer Junr: of ye same Parish "In Consideration of ye ful ft Just 
Sum of two hundred h twenty Pounds In good Curtt: Bills of Crdt:" 
a tract of land "Containing twenty Acres wth two Dwelling Houses ft 
a Bam on ye Same which twenty acres of Land is Sdtuate In Sumersworth 
aloresd at a place formerly called Sligo ft Boundd as foUoweth (via) 
Eastwardly on Nechowanuck Biver Southwardly on ye land of Benj. 
Waymoth ft Westwardly on ye sd Waymoth ft Northwardly on ye land 
of Sylvans Nock." 

N. H. Prov. Deeds, 28, 482. 

Dec. 4, 1754. Eleazer ft Catharine ^^r of Summersworth to James 
(varvin of Summersworth "in Consideration of ye Sum of Sixteen Hun- 
dred Pounds old Tenor" a tract of land in Summersworth "where my 
DweUing now Stands" "Beginning at the Biver taking all ye Land 
which I ye sd Eleazer Wier now possess ft enjoy between Lands in ye 
Possession of Benjamin Waymouth ft Ebenr. Nock ft so along North 
Westerly across ye High Way taking all the Land between sd Lands 
possess'd by sd Benjamin Waymouth ft sd. Ebenr. Nock to my Head 
Fence Joyning also to Land in ye Possession of sd Benjamin Waymouth 
which tract contains about twenty acres be it more or less." 

N. H. Prov. Deed, 45, 22. 

(The Magoon Addition, 16 acres.) 

March 29, 1708. Jethro Furber to Benjamin Weymouth twenty acres 
near "a place called Sligoes garrison lying between the lot formerly of 
David Hambleton's and the Lott formerly of Nicholas Cursons and the 
highway and fronts upon Newichawannock River." Being the same 
lot Henry Magoon sold to William Laton, who sold it to Edward Cowell, 
grandfather of Jethro Furber. 

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June 16, 1756. Nicholas, Son of Benjamin Weymouth to James 
Grarvin 16 acres in Somersworth "beginning at the Biver and running 
near Westerly to the Highway that leads to Quamphegan then across 
that by the Highway that leads to Somersworth Meetinghouse then 
Northerly by said Weymouth's land to said (raryins then by said Garvins 
down to the River so as to oompleat sixteen acres, excepting a Burying 
Place of Four Rods Square." 

N. H. :^t>v. Deeds, 68, 148. 

June 18, 1795. James Grarvin of Somersworth devises to his sons 
Thomas and Paul: 
All his real estate in equal shares. 

— Strafford Probate Records, Vol. 4, Page 258. 

October 1, 1824. Thomas Garvin of Somersworth devises to his sons 
John and Samuel: 
All his real estate in equal shares. 

— Strafford Probate Records, Vol. 82, Page 48. 

April 7, 1826. Samuel Garvin of Somersworth quitclaims to John 
Garvin of the same town: 

''all the Estate both real and personal wherever the same may be 
lying or being or wherever situate that was given to me by the will of my 
late father Thomas Garvin late of Somersworth deceast.'* 

(Excepting 6 or 7 acres at Great FaUs; no wife.) 

— Strafford Deeds, Vol. ISO, Page 482. 

Note: Dec. 5, 1826, John Garvin mortgaged the above to Joseph Doe 
and John Wentworth to secure them from liability as his bondsmen in 
the administration of his father's estate. (Ibid. Vol. 181, Page 809.) 
This was never discharged or foreclosed. 

April 5, 1827. John Grarvin of Somersworth quitclaims to Samuel 
Garvin of the same town: 

"All the real estate wherever the same may be the same may be lying 
or being or wherever situate, that was given by will of my father Thomas 
Grarvin late of Somersworth deceased, to said John and Samuel as will 
appear by the will of the said Thomas Garvin." 

(Excepting 6 or 7 acres at Great Falls; wife Rebecca.) 

— Strafford Deeds, Vol. 188, Page 65. 

Notes: April 5, 1827, Samuel Grarvin mortgages the above back to 
John; (this was never discharged or foreclosed.) (Ibid. Vol. 187, Page 
218.) 

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Feb. 19, 1820» John and Samuel Garvin mortgage the above to Joseph 
Doe and John Wentworth to secure them from liability as bondsmen 
in the administration of their father's estate. (Ibid. Vol. 1S8, Page 65.) 
This was never discharged or foreclosed. 

THE GRANT IX)T IS HERE DIVTOED INTO TWO TRACTS. 
FIRST TRACT: 

February 28, 1829. Samuel Garvin of Somersworth warrants to Betty 
Garvin of the same place: 

"land situate in said Somersworth, containing eight acres more or 
less, and bounded easterly by Berwick river, northerly by land of Charles 
Gushing westeriy by the main road from Berwick to Sligo, and southeriy 
by a lane leadkig from said road to Jonathan Whitehouse's dwelling 
house." (No wife.) 

— Strafford Deeds, Vol. 188, Page 12. 

September 15, 1888. Betty Garvin of Somersworth, widow, deeds to 
Samuel and Susan Garvin of the same place and entails to William R. 
and Susan A. Garvin, children of said Samuel and Susan Garvin: 

"land situate in Somersworth aforesaid and lying on the easterly side 
of the SHgo road (so-called) bounded westerly by said Sligo road northerly 
by land of Charles Cushing, easterly by Salmon Falls river, and southerly 
by land of Jonathan Whitdbouse and by the Whitehouse lane (so-called) 
containing six acres more or less." (A joint tenancy) 

— Strafford Deeds. Vol. 180, Page 190. 

March 8, 1841. Samuel Garvin of Somersworth quitclaims to Hall 
Boberts of Kennebunk, Maine, 

"land situate in said Somersworth and lieing in a place called Sligo 
in said town of Somersworth bounded as follows vis Northerly on the 
Cashing land. Easterly on the Salmon Falls River, Southerly on land of 
Jonathan Whitehouse and the Whitehouse land and Westerly on Sligo 
road leading from South Berwick Village to John Fhilpots commonly 
called the orchard field, containing seven acres be the same more or less." 
(No wife.) 

— Strafford Deeds, Vol. 189, Page 8, 

August 29, 1849. Hall Roberts of Roltinsford to Samuel Garvin of 
the same town quitclaims : 

"land situate in said Rollinsford (in Sligo so called) and bounded as 
follows. Northerly by land of Jackson Nealy, Easterly by Salmon Falls 
Biver, Southerly by land of Jonathan Whitehouse and the lane leading 

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from the main Road to said Whitehouae and Westerly by the Main Road 
leading from Quampb^gan Bridge to Styles Brook, the same being known 
as the Old Orchard and is the same field that was convi^ed by said 
Garvin to me, containing about seven acres." 

— Straffoid Deeds, VoL 906, Page 490. 

April 11, 1860. Samuel Garvin conveys by execution to William B. 
Garvin his life interest in land situated in Bollinsford, bounded ** Northerly 
by land of Andrew J. Neally Easterly by Salmon Falls River and land 
bdonging to the heirs of Jonathan Whitehouae Southerly by said heirs 
land and the lane leading from the highway to said heirs land and sqparat^ 
ing the land herein-described from land of Tobias Garvin and Westerly 
by the hii^way leading by the dwelling house of Samuel Hale to Styles' 
Cove containing about eight acres and called the Old Orchard field." 

— Strafford Deeds, VoL 228, Page 501. 

SECOND TRACT: 

September 10, 1829. Samuel Garvin of Somersworth to Nicholas 
Hanson of South Berwick, Maine, warrants: 

''land situate in said Somersworth and bounded as foUows vis. begin- 
ning on the Road leading from the Sligo Road to Somersworth Meeting- 
house at the Southerly comer of the Garvin Pasture this day sold by me 
to Hiram R. Roberts and thence running by said pasture as the fence 
now standi Northeasterly to Charles Cushings land, thence South Easterly 
by said Cushings land to said Sigo Road, thence by said Sligo Road South- 
westerly to the Road first described thence by the Road first described 
Northwesterly to the beginning containing Fifteen Acres and Seventy 
One Rods and is the field formeriy owned and occupied by Thomas 
Garvin deceased." — Strafford Deeds, Vol. 155, Page «80. 



September 1, 1854. Nicholas Hanson to William R. Garvin: 

" land situated in said RoUinsford and bounded as foUows, vis. Begin- 
ning on the Sligo road, so called, at a comer of land of Benjamin M« 
NcaUey, thence running by said Nealley's land Northwesterly about 
fifty six rods and twenty two links to land of Andrew J. Nealley, thence 
South Westerly by said Andrews land about fifty seven rods and fourteen 
links to the road leading from Sligo road to the turnpike, thence South- 
easterly by said road twenty nine rods and seventeen links to said Sligo 
road, thence Northwesterly by said ^igo road to the place begun at 
containing fifteen acres and seventy one rods, together with the bam 
thereon." (No wife) ^ Strafford Deeds, Vol. 215, Page 4S4. 

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Notb: September 1, 1854, William R. Garvin mortgages the above 
back to Nicholas Hanson. (Ibid. Vol 215, Page 485.) This mortgage 
was discharged on the margin. 

Nora: The title to both tracts has, since the last conveyance, been 
in William R. Crarvin although encumbered under the following con- 
veyances in Strafford Records: 

Dec. 25, 1861, Vol. 281, Page 876; April 18, 1862, Vol. 282, Page 125; 
Feb. 8, 1868, Vol. 288, Page 484; March 28, 1868, Vol. 288, Page 447; 
March 24, 1868, Vol. 288, Page 464. 

All these mortgages have been discharged on the records. William R. 
Garvin is still alive and about 80 years old. The invariable description 
in the mortgages above mentioned is: 

''Second the old orchard lot, so called, bounded Northeriy by land 
of A. J. Neally Easterly by Quamphegan River, so called, South^ly by 
the Whitehouse lot, so called, and the lane leading thereto, and Westerly 
by the highway leading from Samuel Hale's House to Fresh Creek, said 
to contain eight acres, more or less. Third, the Hanson field, so called, 
directly west of the last tract, bounded: Northerly by the NeaUy land. 
Easterly by the above mentioned Road and Southerly by the Road, 
leading from Whitehouse lane to the Turnpike, Said to contain Fifteen 
acres more or less." 

This abstract is made so that any one who may desire can 
follow it with ease and locate the spot where David and 
Annah Hamilton lived. The exact location of the house, 
however, is not known, but, for prudential reasons, it was 
probably erected on the elevation some distance from the 
river. 

A map of the vicinity prepared by Everett S. Stackpole 
for use in his '^Old Kittery and Her Families," and for which 
I am indebted to him, is reproduced, and plans showing 
the boundary of David's lot and some of the neighboring 
farms have been prepared for this volume. 

Upon this little lot of land above described, bordering 
on what is now the Salmon Falls river, David and his wife 
lived and reared their family. He was slain by the Indians 
September 28th, 1601. The record of this fact is found 
in Rev. John Pike's journal and is accepted as authentic 
by Quint and all the other historians and genealogists of 

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Dover and vicinity, and is recorded in the New Hampshire 
State papers, volume 2, page 16, as follows: 

"1601-1692, September 28th. David Hamilton, Henry 
Childs, etc., were slain by the Indians at Newichawannock.'* 

The date of the death of his wife is unknown, and their 
burial place has never been discovered. 

In tracing this title it will be observed that on March 
28, 1608, the selectmen of Dover conveyed this land to 
Thomas Potts, and the consideration for said conveyance 
is stated in the foregoing extract: "of his maintaining of 
David Hamilton, the eldest son of David Hamilton, the 
Hoole terme of his life." This conveyance was made by 
virtue of an order of the president, council and assembly 
of the Province of New Hampshire, dated January 1, 1697, 
in answer to a petition of the selectmen of Dover alleging 
that David Hamilton was a town charge and praying that 
"the selectmen have power to dispose of what estate and 
movables the said David Hamilton hath left for the sub- 
sistence of the said Hamilton," public notices having been 
given to the relations of said Hamilton by order of council 
that they should appear at the General Sessions and As- 
sembly if they had anything to object why it should not be 
granted, but none appearing it was ordered that "the 
selectmen are hereby empowered to make sale of part or 
all the lands of the estate within the town of Dover belong- 
ing to said Hamilton and improve the same for his main- 
tenance." 

In pursuance of said order, on the 28th day of March, 
1698, the selectmen of Dover conveyed to Thomas Potts 
a certain parcel of land in accordance with certain " artikells " 
formerly drawn between said selectmen and said Potts. 

This record is upon page 54 of volume S of the Province 
Papers of New Hampshire. On page 117 of the same volume 
appears the reading of the council of the petition of Gabriel 
Hamilton relating to the estate of his father, David Hamil- 
ton, deceased, which estate was ordered by the governor 
and council in 1697 to be sold by the selectmen of Dover 

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for the maintenance of his brother, David Hamilton, 
deceased. On page 118 of the same volume it appears 
that an order was issued to such of the selectmen of Dover 
as might be living to appear at the general assembly and bring 
in a particular account of the said estate and of the charge 
they have been at in the maintenance of David EUunilton, 
deceased. On page 125 of the same volume, under date 
of March 7, 1700, it appears that Gabriel Hamilton and 
the selectmen met and the selectmen were not ready, but 
prayed for more time because the notice was too short for 
them to prepare their account. This was granted and the 
hearing postponed to the next session. No further hearing 
took place and the presumption is that the matter was 
settled between the selectmen and the members of the 
Hamilton family. 

These records show conclusively that David and Gabriel 
Hamilton were the sons of David Hamilton and that David 
was the eldest son. 

In the early New Hampshire records at the New Hamp- 
shire EUstorical Society at Concord, N. H., may be found 
the record of the birth of Solomon Hamblton, son of David 
Hamblton, bom 10th August, 1666, also Jonathan, son of 
David Hamblton, bom 20th December, 1672. 

The above constitutes all the record evidence that has 
been found of the births of the children of David Hamilton; 
but the contemporary evidence of the birth of at least 
three more sons, Abel or Abell, Bial or Abial, and Jonas, 
is condiisive. 

From all the evidence obtainable, it would appear that 
the children of David^ and Annah (Jaxson) (Jackson) 
Hamilton were at least seven in number, all sons. There 
is no evidence of any daughters. The record shows that 
Solomon was bom August 10th, 1666, and Jonathan, Decem- 
ber 20th, 1672. The other dates are conjectural; but the 
order of their birth and approximate dates as given seem to 
be in accordance with well-known facts in the history of the 
family. 

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Children: 

i. DAYm*, b. about 1064. 

ii. Solomon, b. August 10, 1666. 

iii. GabbibIh b. about 1668. 

iv. Abial or][BiA]j, b. about 1670. 

V. Jonathan, b. December 20, 1672. 

2. vi. Abel or Absll, b. about 1676. 

Yii. Jonas, b. about 1679. 

Jonas Hamilton removed to New London, Ct., and a 
short sketch of him and his descendants may be fowid in 
the Wickwire Genealogy. 



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9bel' ^mntltoti 

iktonb ^neratfon 

2« Abel' Hamilton (Dand^), the sixth son of David^ and 
Annah (Jaxson) (Jackson) Hamilton, was bom at Newicha- 
wannock, about 1676, but the exact date of his birth, mar- 
riage or death is unknown. There is no record of the name 
of his wife, except as found in one deed executed by her 
as Deborah Hamilton. 

He is referred to in a deed from William Stiles to John 
Hobinson dated December 16, 1709, as having received 
a grant of fifty acres of land May 24, 1699. He witnessed 
a deed from Richard Rogers to Nicholas Gowen, October 
16, 1702; received a grant of land from the town of Kittery, 
containing fifty acres. May 10, 170S; agreed to convey 
twenty-five acres of land to Bial Hamilton, March 26, 1705; 
purchased fifty acres of land of Paul Wentworth, April 7, 
1707; was elected a hog-reeve in Berwick for the years 1721, 
1722 and 17S1; executed a deed, in which his wife Deborah 
joined, to Roger Plaisted of seven acres of land, October 
4, 1709; witnessed a deed from John Smith to Caleb Mad- 
dock, July 9, 1728. January 17, 1740/41, he appears as 
the obligee in a bond for his support from his son Benjamin 
Hamilton, in which mention is made of two other children, 
Joseph and Mary, and in which Benjamin refers to a deed 
to him of one half of his father's estate. The following is 
a copy of said bond: 

*'Know all men by these presents that I, Benjamin 
Hambleton of Berwick in the County of York within his 
Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts bay, hiisbandman, 

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am holden and stand firmly bound and obliged wito my 
honored father Abel Hambleton of the same Town, Cowily 
and Province aforesaid, yeoman, in the full and just sum 
of five hundred pounds money of New England to be paid 
unto him my said father Abel Hambleton his certain At- 
torney Heirs, Executors or Assigns: To the which payment 
well and truly to be made I bind myself my heirs executors, 
administrators and assigns firmly by these presents. 
Sealed with my seal and dated this I7th day of January 
Anno Domini, 1740/1 and in the fourteenth year of his 
Majesty's Reign over Great Britain," etc. 

"'The condition of the above obligation is such that 
whereas the above named Abel Hambleton my father has 
given me the above bounded, Benjamin Hambleton, a deed 
of gift bearing even date with these presents for one half 
of his estate as per the deed sets forth with these conditions, 
That if I the above bounded Benjamin my heirs executors 
or assigns shall after the date of these presents provide for and 
take good care of my aged mother, all the remainder of her 
natural lifetime and provide her decent apparel, provision 
drink washing and lodging with my father both in sickness 
as well as in health in a decent and good manner, and at 
her death to give her a decent burial and to take the same 
care of my father with my brother Joseph Hambleton who 
is obliged to provide for my said father, in like manner as 
before mentioned, and say of the above articles be fulfilled 
and complied with according to the true intent and meaning 
of father and son, — With that I the said Benjamin Hamble- 
ton do further oblige myself and heirs, that at the decease 
of my father to pay to my sister Mary Hambleton or her 
assigns the sum of twenty pounds lawful money of New 
England, and if I do that, then the above obligation to be void 
and of no effect, otherwise to remain in full force and 
virtue. 

His 
Benjamin X Hambleton (Seal) 
mark 

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Signed Sealed and 
delivered in presence of 

the Witnesses 
Moses Butler 
John Seymour 

York ss Jan. 16th 1740/1. Benjamin Hambleton above 
mentioned acknowledged the above instrument as his act 
& deed before 

JohnHiU 

Justice Peace" 

Records, Vol. I, page 248. 



The above obligation shows the relationship between 
Abel* and Benjamin', and also that Abel* and his wife 
Deborah were living at its date, and that they had the 
following chfldren: 

8. L Bknjamik*. 

ii. JOfiBFH. 

iii. BCabt. 



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Clwpter iMtie 

Penjomitf Hamilton 

tnittt feneration 

3. Bbnjaion' Hamilton {Abd,^ David})^ son of Abd' and 

Deborah ( ) Hamilton, was bom at Berwick, Maine, 

prior to 1719, but the exact date of his birth is unknown, of 

He married, October 27, 1747, Experience Walker 
Berwick. 

Children, all bom at Berwick: 

4. L BiavjAMm^, biqptized 18th Feb., 1750. 
ii. Abioahi, baptised 4th May, 1755. 

5. iii. Jamxb, baptissed 19th Aug., 1756. 

6. iv. Abbl, biHPtiaed 29th Mar., 1759. 

7. V. BiCHABD, baptised Ist Noy., 1761. 

8. vi. John, b. 20th Jan., 1766; boq^itised SSrd Feb., 1767. 



The date of the birth of these children, except John, is 
unknown. 

March 28, 1736, he owned the covenant and was baptized 
in the first Congregational Church in Berwick, Maine. 

March 26, 1786/7, he was chosen a hog-reeve in Berwick. 

NovembCT 22, 1741, he was received into the First Con- 
gregational Church of Berwick. 

June 80, 1750, and December 1, 1758, he is referred to 
as owning lands in Berwick. 

March 14, 1757, he was chosen a field driver and fence 
viewer in the town of Berwick. 

In about 1780, while on his way from Berwick to Massa- 
besick, accompanied by his wife and youngest son, his wife 
was slain and scalped by a wandering band of Indians. In 

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later years John gave most vivid accounts of the tragedy» 
and pointed out to his son, Adrial, the very spot by the 
edge of a spring where the fatal blow was inflicted, and Adrial 
pointed out the spot to his children and grandchildr^!, 
one of whom is now living, Mrs. Susan A. Locke of Somers- 
worth. New Hampshire. The story is an accepted fact in 
the family. 

The remains of Benjamin', alongside of those of his three 
sons: Benjamin, James and Abel, lie buried in the little 
graveyard in the town of Lyman near the Waterborough 
line. 

Li the first census of the United States, taken in 1790, 
there appear among other residents of the town of Water- 
borough, the following names of heads of families: Benja- 
min Hamilton, James Hamilton, Abel Hamilton, Richard 
Hamilton and John Hamilton. 



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Penfmnin' Hamilton 

Svu^ tftneratiM 

4. Bknjamin^ HAMmroN {Benjamin^* AM* Darid^)^ 
son of Benjamin* and Experience (Walker) Hamilton, was 
bom at Berwick, Maine, and was baptized in that town 
February 13, 1750. The exact date of his birth is unknown. 

He married, March 28, 1771, Judith Ricker of Somers- 
worth, N. H., and settled as the records show, in CoxhaU 
(now Lyman), Maine; later he was a resident of Water- 
borough. 

He probably did not change his residence, but lived on 
the same spot, the lines between the two towns being un- 
certain. 

He and his wife are buried in the burial ground in 
Lyman, near the Waterborough line. 

Their death records have not been found. 

Children, bom at Coxhall: 

9. i. AbioaiIh* b. April 14, 1772. 
10. ii. Sallt, b. (date unknown). 



9. Abigail* Haiolton (Benjamin^* Benjamin,* Abel* 
Damd^)j daughter of Benjamin* and Judith (Ricker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Coxhall (now Lyman), Maine, April 14, 
1772, died at Waterborough, Maine, July 7, 1841. 

She married at Waterborough, January 17, 1798, Rev. 
Henry Hobbs, bom at Berwick, Maine, March S, 1768. 

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He was during his life, one of the leading and most 
respected men of Waterborough, and for many years its 
most distinguished citizen. He served the town as one 
of its selectmen from 1798 to 1802 and from 1817 to 1826, 
as town clerk in 1810, as representative to the Massachu- 
setts Legislature 1809 to 1813, as representative to the Maine 
Legislature 1827 to 1881 and from 1883 to 1885, as a mem- 
ber of the governor's council 1887 to 1839. He was a jus- 
tice of the peace from 1821 to 1884, chaplain of the 4th 
Regiment of Maine Militia 1828 to 1889, and a member of 
the convention when Maine was organized as a separate 
state. 

He was baptized, probably by Rev. Pelatiah Tingley, 
October 4, 1799; recommended to ** improve his gifts" 
January 2, 1780, and was ordained as a Free Will Baptist 
nmuster May 22, 1781. 

He was the clerk of the meeting of a "few general pro- 
vision Baptists'' who met at the house of James Carlisle 
on November 1, 1798, which resulted in the organization 
of the church known as the '"First Free Will Baptist Church 
of Waterborough," or "Elder Henry Hobbs' Church." 
He was the first pastor of this church and instrumental in 
building the meeting house on Ossipee HiU, which was used as 
a place of worship until some time after his death and after- 
wards as a town house. 

He was an able and successful preacher of the gospel. 

His death occurred at Waterborough, March 20, 1848, 
and he and his wife are buried in the burial place on the 
farm which he owned and occupied for many years. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Nathanisl,' b. March 26, 1794; d. at Waterborough, Nov. 
16, 1849; m. (1) Jan. 7, 1815, Eunice Bich of Gorham, 

Maine; m. (2) Amy , surname unknown, b. Apr. 6, 

1796; d. at Waterborough, Jan. 6, 1872; no issue. 

ii. Lbapht, b. Aug. 12, 1796; d. unmarried at Waterborough, 
Sept. 29, 1828. 

11. lii. Saixt, b. Sept. 25, 1798. 

12. iv. HsNST, b. Aug. 7, 1800. 

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V. Benjamin, b. Aug. 94, 180£; d. by drowning in the pond at 
Carle's Comer, Waterborough, June 16, 1822. 

vi. Abigail, b. May 4, 1804; d. at Waterborough, May 9, 1814. 
18. vii. Levi, b. June 29, 1806. 

viii. Mabt Janb, b. Jan. 4, 1809; m. Aug. 29, 1880, Hosea Merri- 
field of Sanford, Maine, and d. at Waterborough, Apr. 29, 
1841; no issue. 
14. ix. EuBAK (XJran) ELoaiJTON, b. Apr. 28, 1811. 

X. Hannah (twin), b. Dec. 15, 1818; d. at Waterborough, 
March 1, 1815. 

xi Eunice (twin), b. Dec. 15, 1818; d. unmarried at Water- 
borough, Apr. 26, 1845. 



10, Sally* Hamilton {Benjamiuy^ Benjamin^ Abel* 
Dcmd^)^ daughter of Benjamin^ and Judith (Bicker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Coxhail (now Lyman), Maine; the date 
of her birth is unknown. She died at Waterborough, 
October 16, 1847. 

She married at Waterborough, January 19, 1797, Moses 
Pitts of Waterborough, who was a farmer. He was one 
of the founders of the First Free Will Baptist Church and 
during his lifetime, its leading deacon. 

He was a most sincere and earnest Christian; a man of 
strong mental powers exercising a powerful influence for 
good in the community where he lived, and was an able 
coadjutor of Elder Henry Hobbs. 

He died at Waterborough, January 25, 1853, and he and 
his wife are buried in the Elder Henry Hobbs burying- 
ground on Ossipee Hfll. 

Children: 

15. i. JxTDFTH,' b. at Waterborough, Dec. 20, 1799. 

16. ii. Benjamin, b. at Waterborough, Oct. 14, 1801. 

17. iii. Mabt (Pollt), b. at Moultonboro, N. H., Nov. 2, 1802. 
iv. Luke, b. at Waterborough, Jan. 26, 1805; d. there May 4, 

1828. 

18. V. Simeon Hamh/ton, b. at Harrison, Maine, Apr. 16, 1807. 

19. vi. Nathaniel, b. at Harrison, Feb. 28, 1818. 

vii. MosEB, b. at Harrison, Aug. 9, 1815 ; died young. 

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. 11. SaIiLT* Hobbs (AhigaiF HamiUon, Benjamin^* Ben- 
jamin^ Ahd^ Dmid^)y daughter of Rev. Henry and Abigail* 
(Hamilton) Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
September 25, 1798. 

She married at Waterborough, in 1822, Captain William 
Swett, bom at Waterborough, January 24, 1800, son of 
Josiah and Sarah Swett. He was a farmer and dealer in 
4diip timber; a prominent citizen and much interested in 
public affairs. 

He was a man of strong personality and fixed in his 
views, some of which ve^^ upon eccentricity. About 
18S0, he conceived the idea of building a ship upon Ossipee 
Hill and hauling it from that point to the ocean. In this 
enterprise he was ridiculed by his neighbors and friends. 
He, however, persisted, and when the ship was completed 
he called upon the farmers of Waterborough, Limerick, 
Shapleigh, Newfield and Alfred to assist him in the " haul- 
ing.** They cheerfully responded, and the vessel was 
launched. The captain made several coastwise voyages in 
her, and one or more to the West Indies. 

It is said that the team was so long that the drivers 
could not be heard from one end of it to the other. The 
cargo from Ossipee Hill to the point of launching consisted 
of hay for the oxen, and provisions, including a barrel of 
New England rum for the teamsters. 

He and his family resided on the northeastern slope of 
Ossipee Hill, where his wife died November 16, 1872, and 
he died November IS, 1884. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

90. i. Benjamin Hobbs,' b. June 15, 1828. 
Sth ii. Prudence Coon, b. Sept. 7, 1825. 

iii. Henbt Jobiah, b. Nov. 27, 1827; d. unmarried at Water- 
borough, Oct. 29, 1855. 
M. iv. Lbapht Hobbs, b. Nov. 28, 1829. 

V. Mabtha Ann, b. May 25, 1883; d. unmarried at Water- 
borough, Nov. 6, 1884. 

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C8. vi. EuMXCB H0BB8, b. Feb. 16, 1886. 

vii. Elviba Moobb, b. Aug. 29, 1889; m. at Biddeford, Maine, 
Aug. 26, 1874, Benjamin R.DollifiP of Biddeford, and died 
at Biddeford, March 11, 1888; no iwue. 



12. Henrt* Hobbs {Abigail HamiUon^ Benjamin^* Ben- 
jamin^ Abd* Damd^), son of Rev. Henry and Abigail* 
(Hamilton) Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
August 7, 1800. 

He married at Waterborough, in 182S, Sally Andrews of 
Waterborough, who died there January 2, 1892, daughter 
of Daniel and MoUy (Hurd) Andrews of Berwick, Maine, 
and sister of Daniel Andrews whose son, Charles C. An- 
drews, married Sophia E. Hobbs, daughter of Levi* Hobbs 
{AhigaiP HamiUony Benjamifiy^ Benjamin^* Ahd^ Dmid^). 

He was a farmer at Waterborough, where he died Novem- 
ber S, 1886. 

After his death his widow married Captain William Cook 
of Waterborough, and their daughter, Hannah Elizabeth, 
married Mark L. Hill of Waterborough, son of Reuben 
and Mary* (Pitts) Hill {SaUj^ Hamilton, Benjamin^ Ben- 
jamin,* Ahd^ Daicid^). See page 92. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

24. i. Benjamin Frankun,' b. May 27, 1824. 

25. ii. Danixl Andbxwb, b. Aug. 80, 1826. 

26. iii. Gbobos Mobrhi., b. Dec. 5, 1827. 

27. iv. StiiVIA Janb, b. Jan. 4, 1888. 

V. HxNBnDTTA, b. May 4, 1887; d. at Waterborough, July 2, 
1888. 

13. Levi* Hobbs {AhigaiP Hamilion, Benjamin,"^ Ben- 
jamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Rev. Henry and Abigail* 
(Hamilton) Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
June 29, 1806. 

He married, September 18, 1829, Louisa Burbank Carll 
of Waterborough, bom May 27, 1808, daughter of Capt. 
Samuel and Charity" (Hamilton) Carll (Abel,^ Benjamin,* 

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^16^2/ David^). She died at South Boston, November 9, 
1899, and is buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester, 
Mass. See page 281. 

He died at Waterborough, December 29, 1888, and after 
his death his widow married Hosea Merrifield of Water- 
borough, bom February 7, 1808, died May 28, 1857. For 
children see page 289. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Mart JANS»^b. June 16» 1880; m. March 18, IS6$, Simeon C. 

Knights of Waterborough and d. at Waterborough, Apr. 

1, 1857; no issue, 
ii. Hannah Asenath, b. March 25, 1882; d. at Waterborough, 

June 14, 1834. 

28. iii. Henbt Samuel, b. Dec. 8, 1884. 

29. iv. Sophia Ebvillb, b. Oct. 81, 1886. 

80. V. Habbdst Louise, b. Jan. 8, 1889. 

14. EtJBAN (Uran) Hamilton^ Hobbs (Abigail Hamil- 
ton^ Benjamin^*^ Benjamin^* Abel,^ David^)^ son of Rev. 
Henry and Abigail^ (Hamilton) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, April 28, 1811. He took his name Euran 
from his grandmother, Abigail Urin who was a descendant 
of William Urin, sometimes speUed Uran, Urann, Uren, 
Yuran, Younn and Youring, who was first known on the 
Isles of Shoals in 165S. Some of the descendants of this 
William Urin lived at Waterborough. 

Euran H. Hobbs was a farmer, also a schoolteacher. 
He served upon the school committee and in various other 
offices in the town of Waterborough. 

He married first, April 19, 1836, Sarah Benson, who died 
at Waterborough, June 7, 1854; and secondly, March 4, 
1855, Lydia Patten of Waterborough, bom October 16, 
1828, died May 10, 1902. 

He died at Waterborough, August 12, 1881. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Mabt Abbis,' b. Jan. 81, 1886; d. unmarried at Water- 
borough, Oct. 21, 1858. 

81. ii. JoBXPH Ambhob, b. Dec. 28, 1887. 

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82. iii. Lbvi, b. Jan. 16, 1840. 

iv. HxNBnDTTA, b. Apr. 25, 1842; m. Oct. 18, 18d5, John B. 
Stowe, and d. at Waterborough, Nov. 9, 1866. 
88. v. Sarah EuiSn, b. Dec. 16, 1852. 

Children by second wife, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Girl (unnamed), b. Dec. 28, 1855 ; d. Dec. 28, 1855. 

ii. Girl (unnamed), b. May 14, 1857; d. June 4, 1857. 

84. iii. Frank Henrt, b. Oct. 18, 1858. 

85. iv. Ltdia Abbis, b. Nov. 28, 1862. 

V. EuRAN Hjebbert, b. Dec. 6, 1868; d. at Waterborough, 
Sept. 11, 1864. 



15. Judith* Pitts {Sallj^ HamilUm, Benjamin^* Ben- 
jamin^ Ahel^ Damd^)^ daughter of Moses and Sally" (Hamil- 
ton) Pitts, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 
20, 1799. 

She married at Waterborough, August 22, 1819, Benjamin 
Ricker, bom at Waterborough, February 28, 1798, died 
there February 8, 1886, son of Timothy and Eunice Ricker. 

She died at Waterborough, September 29, 1840, and both 
are buried there. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

96. i. MosBB Pftts,' b. Feb. 15, 1821. 

87. ii. Sarah Hamilton, b. Feb. 28, 1828. 

88. iii. TnfOTHY Rickjcr, b. June 6, 1828. 

89. iv. Benjamin Fbankun, b. Apr. 9, 1882. 

V. Alicb, b. Dec. 28, 1884; d. at Rochester, N. H., Dec. 8, 
1874; m. there. Mar. 7, 1868, James McDuffee of Roches- 
ter, who d. at Dover, N. H., May 15, 1891; no issue. 



16. Benjamin* Pitts {Salh^ Hamilton^ Benjamin,* Ben- 
jamin^ Ahel^ David^), son of Moses and Sally" (Hamilton) 
Pitts, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, October 14, 1801. 
He held the office of deputy sheriff of York County for 15 
years, and was an energetic business man. 

He married at Waterborough, July 17, 182S, Mary (Polly) 

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iteniamin Hamtlton 

Knights, who died at Portland, Maine, November 15, 1848, 
daughter of Jonathan Knights of Waterborough. 

He died at Portland, June 16, 1858, and is buried at 
Kennebunk, Maine. 

Children, the first six bom at Waterborough, the last 
at Kennebunk: 

40. i. LncDn>A Hobbs/ b. Jan. 26, 1826. 

41 . ii. JjJhUL BAMWtos, b. Nov. 17, 1827. 

42. iii. Luu (twin), b. Feb. 21, 1829. 

43. iv. OuviA HoBBs (twin), b. Feb. 21, 1829. 

V. Sarah Bobinbon, b. 1882; d. unmarried at Portland, Maine, 

July 24, 1864. 
vi. GBEKNiaBAT, b. 1889; d. at Kennebunk, Feb. 18, 1866; m. 

in New York City; wife's name and parentage unknown ; 

no issue. 

44. vii. AiAEBT Fbanxun, b. 1847. 

17. Mary (Polly)* Pitts {Sallj^ HamiUon^ Benjamin^^ 
Benjamin* Ahd^ DwridT)^ daughter of Moses and Sally" 
(Hamilton) Pitts, was bom at Moultonboro, N. H., Novem- 
ber 2, 1802. 

She married at Waterborough, in 1825, Reuben Hill, 
bom at Waterborough, January 18, 1791, died there June 
11, 1868. 

She died at Waterborough, August 18, 1889, and both 
are buried there. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. BozANNA,^ b. May 5, 1826; d. unmarried at Waterborough, 

Feb. 2, 1866. 
u. LuKX, b. Feb. 4, 1829; d. Feb. 18, 1829. 
iii. Elsie Dana Jewell, b. March 5, 1880; d. June 26, 1847. 
iv. Charles Jackson, b. Mar. 14, 1882; d. Nov. 11, 1847. 

45. V. Caboline, b. June IS, 1834. 

46. vi. Mark Lanodon, b. July 80, 1888. 

47. vii. JuDFTH Maria, b. Aug. 28, 1848. 

48. viii. Warren Bradford, b. Apr. 10, 1845. 

18. SniEON Hamilton^ Pitts (Sallt^ HamUUmy Benja- 
min^^ Benjamin,* Abel* David^), son of Moses and Sally' 

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(Hamilton) Pitts, was bom at Harrison, Maine, April 16, 
1807. 

He married first at Waterborou^, in 18S4, Mehitable 
Scribner, who died at Waterborough, December 16, 18S4, 
daughter of Tristram Scribner of Waterborou^; and sec- 
ondly at Waterborough, September 28, 1888, Alice Allard 
Pinkham of Milton, N. H., who died at Casco, Maine, 
December 19, 1881, daughter of Daniel and Alice (Edgerly) 
Pinkham. 

He died at Casco, April 16, 1892, and he and his wife 
are buried at Hollis, Maine. 

Child by fiirst wife: 

i. MxHTTABUB,' b. at Waterborough, Dec. 11, 1884; d. there 
Apr. 14, 1870; m. Alfred Abbot of Biddeford. 
Children: 1. Woodbury,' ft. Laura; both died young. 

Children by second wife: 

49. ii. Fbanxun Gbbenubaf, b. at Waterborough, Aug. 10, 1889. 
in. Amce Allard, b. at Waterborough, May 25, 1848; m. at 

Buxton, Maine, May 25, 1861, Leander V. labby of 
Scarboro, Maine; no issue. They reside at Chelsea, 

50. iv. LouiBA Ida, b. at Hollis, Mabe, Sept. 15, 1846. 

19. Nathaniel* Pitts {SaUj^ Hamilton, Benjamin,* 
Benjamin,^ Ahel^ Damd^), son of Moses and SaUy* (Hamil- 
ton) Pitts, was bom at Harrison, Maine, February 28, 
1813. 

He married at Waterborough, December 27, 1846, Almira 
Chase, bom September 12, 1821, dau^ter of Eli Chase, 
who was the son of Dr. Thomas Chase, the first physician 
in Waterborough. 

He died at Waterborough, October 15, 1885. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

51. i. ChartiTW Hnji,' b. (date not obtainable). 

ii. Gbobos Franejjn, b. Feb. 14, 1849; d. unmarried at Water- 
borough, Jan. 28, 1878. 

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ikbentfi ^neration 

20. Beo^jamin Hobbs^ Swett {SaUy^ Hohhsy Abigail^ 
Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,^ DavuP), son of 
Captain William and Sally" (Hobbs) Swett, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, June 15, 1823. 

He married at Waterborough, October 17, 1858, Mary 
Susan Allen, bom at Waterborough, March 3, 1834, died 
there October 29, 1874. 

He died at Waterborough, September 9, 1890. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. Mabtha Estella,' b. 1859; d. at Waterborough, Apr. 28, 

1866. 
ii. EiTKicE HoBBs, b. Aug. 11, 1860; d. at Waterborough, Feb. 

12, 1861. 

52. iii. Joseph Allen, b. March 9, 1862. 

iv. William Henbt, b. Nov. 17, 1863; d. at Waterborough, 

Aug. 2, 1864. 
V. William Henbt, b. Oct. 21, 1865; d. at Waterborough, Apr. 

25, 1866. 

53. vi. Habbt Benjamin, b. Apr. 18, 1867. 

54. vii. Maby Belle, b. Feb. 3, 1869. 

55. viii. Chables Stone, b. Sept. 18, 1870. 

56. iz. John William, b. Mar. 22, 1872. 

z. Welcome, b. Mar. 17, 1874; d. at Waterborough, July 16, 
1874. 



iSl. Peudknce Coon^ Swktt (Sallj^ Hobbs, Abigail 
Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), daughter 
of Captain William and Sally* (Hobbs) Swett, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, September 7, 1825. 

She married, January 1, 1867, her cousin, James Stone 
of Hartford, Conn., bom March 17, 1818, died at Saco, 
Maine, March 12, 1888, son of Ivory and Mary (Swett) 
Stone, daughter of Josiah and Sarah Swett, and sister of 
Captain William Swett, her father. 

She died at Biddeford, Maine, January 2, 1909, and she 
and her husband are buried at Waterborough. 

They had no children. 

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22. Leaphy Hobbs^ Swett (Sallf^ Hobbsy Abigail^ 
HamUion^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^^ Ahd^ Damd})^ daughter 
of Captain William and Sally* (Hobbs) Swett» was bom at 
Waterboroughy Maine, November 28, 1829. 

She married, November 9, 1857, her cousin, Theodore 
Stone of Saco, Maine, bom September 26, 1814, died at 
Saco, April 19, 1898, son of Ivory and Mary (Swett) Stone, 
and brother of James Stone, who married her sister, Prudence 
C. Swett. 

She died at Saco, Maine, October 14, 1887. 

Child, bom at Waterborough : 

i. Ann Mabkl,' b. Oct. %%, 186S; d. at Saoo, July 18, 1869. 

23. Eunice Hobbs^ Swett {Sally^ Hobbs, Abigail 
Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin^ Abel,* Damd^), daughter 
of Captain William and Sally* (Hobbs) Swett, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, February 16, 1886. 

She married at Waterborough, November 25, 1858, 
Alonzo Leavitt of Waterborough, son of James Leavitt. 
She died at Waterborough, February 3, 1860. 
Child, bom at Waterborough: 

i. FsBD AiiONZO,' b. Jan. 25, 1860; m. at Boston, Maas., Aug. 
29, 1892, Hattie Melissa C3ark of Wakefield, Mass; no 
issue. They reside at Boxbuiy, Mass. 

24. Benjamin Franklin^ Hobbs (Henry^ Hobbs, 
Abigail HamHUm, Benjamin,'^ Benjamin,* Abd* David^), 
son of Henry* and Sally (Andrews) Hobbs» was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, May 97, 1824. 

He married, April 25, 1852, Ruth Tibbetts of Sanford, 
Maine, who died at Somersworth, N. H., March 11, 1891. 

He died at Somersworth June 12, 1884, and both are 
buried in Forest Glade Cemetery, 

Children, the first two bom at Waterborough, the third 
at Somersworth: 

i. Ida Ann,' b. Aug. 18» 1854; d. at Somersworth, May 18, 
1868. 

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67. ii. Abbis Jans, b. June 1, 1859. 

iii. Charudb Libbt, b. Sept. 22, 1868; d.at Somenworth, Mar. 
81, 1898; m. there, Feb. 20, 1889, Henrietta Chick of 
Somersworth: no issue. 



85. Daniel Andrews^ Hobbs {Henrjf Hotbsy AbigaiP 
HamUJUm^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin^ Abel,* Davic^), son of 
Henry* and Sally (Andrews) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, August SO, 1826. 

He married at Waterborough, June 22, 1850, Harriet San- 
bom of that town. 

He died at Waterborough, December 26, 1890. 

Children, bom at Waterborough : 

58. i. Gbobos Henbt,' b. Sept. 22, 1851. 

59. ii. Edqab Wnjus, b. Mar. 19, 1860. 

26. Geoboe Morriu7 Hobbs {Henrj^ Hobbs, Abigail 
HamilUm, Benjamin,* Benjamin* Abel* David}), son of 
Henry* and Sally (Amkews) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, Decemo^^S, 1827. 

He married at Wayne, maconsin, December 10, 1854, 
Hannah Barbara Shepard of Wi^yne, who died there June 
10, 1904. He is a prosperous farmer at Wayne, where he 
now resides on the same farm on which he settled im- 
mediately after his marriage. 

Children, all bom at Wayne: 

60. i. WuiUAM HsNBT,' b. Nov. 18, 1855. 

61. ii. Janb Trubston, b. May 8, 1857. 

62. iii. Sylvia Laubetta, b. June 5, 1862. 
68. iv. Gbobos Elmbb, b. Jan. 4, 1864. 

V. Jameb Hebbebt, b. May 2, 1866. 

vi. Ralph Waldo, b. Apr. 17, 1869; d. at Wayne, Feb. 22, 1870. 

64. vii. Roes Mblvin, b. Nov. 24, 1872. 

65. viii. Anois Inbz Hannah, b. June 4, 1877. 

27« Sylvia Jane' Hobbs {Henrjf Hobbs, Abigail HamHr- 
ton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), daughter of 

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Henry* and Sally (Andrews) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
boroughy Mame» January 4» 188S. 

She married, December 19, 1850, Ferdinand Tracy of 
Limerick, Maine. He was editor and publisher of a paper 
called '*The Watch Tower" which he sold to the Portland 
Tranacript; later he was connected with other Portland 
papers, and subsequently, for many years, was connected 
with Cobb Divinity School, Lewiston, Maine. 

He and his wife resided during their last years, on a farm 
in Durham, Maine, where he died February 22, 190S, and 
she died December 29, 1904. Both are buried in Mt. 
Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, Maine. 

Children: 

i. JAifSB Chsstsb,' b. at Limerick, Maine, Oct 5, 1851; d. 

there Sept. 14, 1852. 
ii. Jamxb Chbbitsb, b. at Portland, Maine, Aug. 7, 1858; d. 

there May 18, 1856. 

66. iii. Ada Eldora, b. at Waterborough, July 18, 1855. 

67. !▼. OuN HoBBB, b. at Auburn, Maine, July 4, 1857. 

V. Boy (unnamed), b. at Minot, Maine, Jan. 7, 1865; d. Jan. 

8,1865. 
vi. Anoelia SifAiJi» b. at Minot, Maine, Apr. 8, 1867. She was 

graduated from Bates College in the class of 1886. 

28* Hbnry Samuel' Hobbs {Levi^ Hobbs, Abigait 
HamiUon^ Benjamin^* Benjamin* Abel^ Dam^)^ son of 
Levi* and Louisa B. (CarU) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
boroughy Maine, December S, 1834. Li early life he learned 
the roofing and slating trade which business he carried on 
in Boston until 1900, when in connection with his son, 
Chester H., he established the business now conducted 
under the firm name of H. S. Hobbs and Son. 

He was a man of scholarly attainments; was much in- 
terested in his native town, and was the first president of 
the Waterborough Club in Boston. 

He married at Boston, Mass., April 24, 1865, Lucy 
Winslow of South Boston, who died at Boston, October 20, 
1895. 

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He died at Orange, Mass., August 7, 1905, and both are 
buried in Mt. Wollaston Cemetery, Quincy, Mass. 
Children, all bom at South Boston: 

L HxLiN Ebviua,' b. Sept. 97, 1867; m. Oct. 17, 1901, Charles 
S. Sunell; no issue. She taught school in Boston for 14 
yean before her marriage. 

68. ii. Rai^h Waldo, b. Nov. 1, 1870. 

iii. AuLcm Euzabsth, b. Oct. 81, 1872; m. Jan. 1, 1897, John W. 

Tower, Jr.; no issue, 
iv. Cabll WnmLOW, b. May 10, 1874; d. ICar. 14, 1876. 

69. ▼. Chxbtsb Hxnbt, b. Feb. 21, 1878. 

29. Sophia Ebyille^ Hobbs {Letr^ Habbs^ Abigail 
HamSUon^ Benjamin* Benjamin* Ahd^ Damd})^ daughter 
of Levi* and Louisa B. (Carll) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, October 81, 18S6. 

She married at Lyman, Maine, November 11, 1855, 
Charles C. Andrews of Waterborough, who died there De- 
cember 28, 1906, son of Daniel Andrews. 

She died at Dorchester, Mass., June 16, 1901, and both 
are buried at Waterborough. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

70. i. Helen Louise', b. Dec. 26, 1856. 

ii. Mart Asenath, b. Jan. 11, 1860; d. Nov. 18, 1864. 

71. iii. AoNsa Winnie, b. Oct. 17, 1865. 

iv. LuEiiLA Mat, b. June 21, 1869; d. Aug. 22, 1882. 

72. V. Chableb Henbt, b. July 29, 1874. 

vi. Wilfred Daniel, b. Feb. 4, 1877; d. June 8, 1877. 
78. vii. Gertrude Sophia, b. Sept. 28, 1878. 

30. Habriet Louise^ Hobbs (Zeri* Hobbsj Abigail!^ 
Hamilton^ Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel* Darned), daughter 
of Levi' and Louisa B. (Carll) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, January 8, 18S9. 

She married at Shapleigh, Maine, September 18, 1864, 
Edwin J. Ham, bom at Shapleigh, March 24, 1840. 

Children, the first bom at Shapleigh, the others at South 
Boston: 

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74. i. Cabbib EiocA,' b. Sept. 2, 1806. 

75. ii. Flora Janb» b. Apr. 15, 1868. 

ill. Elwin Mabtin (twin), b. Feb. 28, 1875; d. at Albion. Maw*. 

May 26, 1898. 
iv. Elbot Edwin (twin), b. Feb. 28, 1875; d.at South Boston. 

May 9, 1882. 
▼. Waldo Dwiobt, b. Mar. 24. 1880; d. at South Boston. Mw. 

6.1886. 

31« Joseph Ambbob^ Hobbs {Euran H.* Hobhs^ AbigaiF 
HamiUony Benjamin^^ Benjamin* Ahd^ Damdf)^ son of 
Euran H.' and Sarah (Benson) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, December 2S, 1887. 

Though not a brilliant scholar, he had an inherited 
power of reasoning and statement, and he gave expression 
to his views in no uncertain terms. 

As a boy and young man he unhesitatingly and with 
force proclaimed himself in favor of the total suppression 
of the sale of intoxicating liquors, being a disciple of Neal 
Dow, and in favor of the abolition of slavery, in which 
he followed the teachings of the most radical abolitionists 
of his day. 

After the usual life of a boy in that vicinity, working on 
the farm in the summer and attending the district school in 
the winter, he went to Boston to seek his fortune, and at 
once obtained employment in a shoe manufacturing estab- 
lishment. 

July 81, 1861, he enlisted in the 2d Mass. Light Battery 
for three years, and was discharged for disability October 
18, 1862, at New Orleans, La. 

During the summer of 1861 he was in Baltimore and 
eastern Virginia. Early in 1862 he was in Baltimore and 
later was at Fortress Monroe at the time of the fight between 
the Monitor and Merrimac. He took part in the excursion 
and attempted siege of Vicksburg under Admiral Farragut, 
and also in the engagement at Baton Rouge and the skir- 
mishing which followed. Returning to New Orleans he 
was honorably discharged by reason of disability. 

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After a year and a half spent near home in recovering 
his health, he re-enlisted March 16, 1864, to serve three 
years in Co. K, S2d Regiment, Maine Volunteers, Capt. 
Horace H. Burbank, and participated in the following 
battles: North Anna Biver, Va., May 25, 1864; Cold Harbor, 
June 1-12, 1864; Petersburg, Va., June 17-19, 1864; Mines 
Explosion, July SO, 1864; Weldon R. R., August 19, 1864; 
Hatches Run, February 6, 1865. 

June 19, 1864, at Petersburg he was wounded in his 
left leg from a spent ball, and three days after he was in- 
jured in his right elbow, causing the loss of the use of his 
arm, and on July 22 he was again injured by the explosion 
of a shell. From the effect of these injuries he never 
recovered. 

He was conunissioned 2d lieut. of Co. G Unattached 
Maine Infantry March 22, 1865; commanded Post at 
Houlton, Maine, to June IS, 1865, and was stationed at 
Fort Knox until July 1, 1865, when he was released to go 
to Augusta to be discharged, which took place July 6, 
1865, by reason of the close of the war. He died at Water- 
borough, October S, 1900, and was buried there. 

He married, June 22, 1867, Emeline M. Roberts of Water- 
borough, who survives him and resides at Waterborough. 

Children, bom at Waterborough : 

76. i. Etta May.' b. May 2, 1869. 

77. ii. Nettie Luella, b. June 4, 1874. 

82. Levi' Hobbs {Euran H.* Hobbs, AbigaiP HamiUony 
Benjamiriy^ Benjamin^ Ahd^ Dam^)^ son of Euran H.* 
and Sarah (Benson) Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, January 16, 1840. He was a well known teacher 
in York County, and for many years an efficient superin- 
tendent of schools of Waterborough. He resides with his 
daughter at Hollis Centre, Maine. 

He married at Waterborough, February 14, 1870, Lucena 
Augusta^ Carll, bom at Waterborough, December 10, 
1848, died July IS, 1878, daughter of Nathaniel* and Clarissa 

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KlIIABBTH li, (H.\M1LTI>N-) HoBBH 




BufTB Hamiltok Bobm 



(Smith) Carll and granddaughter of Captain Samuel and 
Charity* (Hamilton) Carll {Abd,' Benjamin,* Ahd^ Dmid^). 
See page 240. 

Child, bom at Waterborough : 

78. i. AucE AuouBTA,' b. May 19, 1871. 

33. Sarah Ellen^ Hobbs {Euran H.^ Hobbs, Abigait 
HamiUan^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^ Ahd^ Dtwid^)^ daughter 
of Euran H.* and Sarah (Benson) Hobbs» was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, December 16, 1852. 

She married at Waterborough, November 28, 1874, George 
P. Holmes of that town. 

She died at Waterborough, December 17, 1906. 
Children, bom at Waterborough: 

i. AoDiE IsABBLLA,* b. Nov. 26» 1875; (L at Waterborough* 
Apr. 15, 1894. 
70. ii. Etta Aucb, b. Sept. 4, 1878. 

34. Fbank Henry^ Hobbs, M.D. (Euran H} Hobhs^ 
Abigail HamUUm^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin^ Abel^ Damd^)^ 
son of Euran H.* and Lydia (Patten) Hobbs, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, October IS, 1858. He was graduated 
from the Maine Medical School at Bowdoin College, in the 
class of 1898, since which time he has been engaged in the 
practice of his profession at Waterborough. 

He married, April 6, 1887, Elizabeth Ricker^ Hamilton, 
bom at Waterborough, December 22, 186S, daughter of 
Benjamin Peirce* {J amesy^ J ames,^ Benjamin^ Abel,* Damd^), 
and Emily (Clement) Hamilton. See page 148. 

Child, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Elmeb Hamh/fon,' b. Sept. 28, 1888. He was graduated 
from Bowdoin College in the class of 1910. He traces 
his lineage to David* through Benjamin^ and James.* 

85^ Lydia Abbie' Hobbs {Euran H.* Hobbs, AbigaiP 
HamiUan, Benjamin^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), daughter 

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of Euran H.* and Lydia (Patten) Hobbs, was bom at Water- 
borough^ Maine, November 2S, 1862. 

She married at Waterborough, November 29» 1888, Samuel 
Boothby Abbot, bom at Saco, Maine. 

She died at Sanford, Maine, January 9, 1896, and is 
buried at Waterborough. 

Children: 

i. Pkbct Hobbb,' b. at Waterborough, Apr. 17, 1885. 
ii. RuBT Mat, b. at Deering (now Portland), Maine, Jan. 11, 
1800. 

36. Moses Pitts' Ricker {JvdiiV Pitts^ SaUj^ Hamil- 
ton^ Benjamin* Benjamin,^ Ahd^ Damd^)^ son of Benjamin 
and Judith* (Pitts) Ricker, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, February 15, 1821. He was a carpenter and builder. 

He married at Waterborough, September 7, 18S9, Sally 
Emery Knights, bom June 28, 1820, died at Lynn, Mass., 
May 6, 1887, daughter of Simeon Knights. 

He died at Portland, Maine, January 14, 1898, and both 
are buried at Waterborough. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. AiAMZO Hamujion,' b. Har. 81, 1841; d. unmarried at 
Waterborough, July 27, 1901. He was a veterinaiy 
surgeon. 

80. ii. OnvHiLE, b. Sept. 28, 1845. 

iii. Sabah Maboarbt, b. June 7, 1849; d. at Waterborough, 
May 27, 1862. 

81. iv. Wn^BBB F. (twin), b. June 22, 1858. 

▼. Harbist (twin), b. June 22, 1858; m. Sept. 7, 1878, Luther 
E. Langley of Newfield, Maine, and d. at Waterborough, 
Aug. 26, 1891; no issue. 

▼i. Mbtjbha, b. Aug. 22, 1857; d. unmarried at Portland, Maine* 
March 18, 1911. 

37. Sabah Hamilton' Rickeb {Judith* Pitta, SaUjf 
Hamilton^ Benjamin,* Benjamin^ Ahd^ Damd^), daughter 
of Benjamin and Judith' (Pitts) Bicker, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, February 2S, 1823. 

She married first at Somersworth, N. H., in September, 

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1846, Daniel Bracket! Crockett of Alton, N. H., who died 
there April IS, 186S; and secondly at North Easton, Mass., 
April 2, 1871, Benjamin Grace Blaisdell of North Easton, 
who died at Plaistow, N. H., December 26, 1884. 

She died at Plaistow, September 29, 1888, and she and 
both her husbands are buried at North Easton. 

Children: 

82. i. Hamnah AiVTonfXTTB,' b. at Someraworth, N. H., June 6, 

1847. 
ii. AucA» b. at New Durham, N. H., July 28, 1848; d. there 

September 22, 1848. 
88. ill. LoBKNZO BBAGKarr, b. at New I>urham, December 9, 1854. 

84. iv. FkANK Lbbub, b. at Alton, N. H., June 15, 1856. 

85. V. Chableb Eli, b. at Alton, July 20, 1857. 

38. TiMOTHy RiCKER^ RiCKER {Judith* Pitts, SaUjf 
HamiUon^ Benjamiriy* Benjamin* Abel* Damd^), son of 
Benjamin and Judith* (Pitts) Riekery was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, June 6, 1828. From the time of his mar- 
riage until June, 1855, he lived in Lynn, Mass., where he 
was engaged in the manufacture of shoes. 

In that year he settled in Cortland, HI., where he was a 
distinguished member of the I.O.O.F. ; was greatly interested 
in public affairs and a highly respected citizen. 

He married at Great Falls, N. H., March 28, 1852, An- 
stasia S. Carlton of Weld, Maine, bom December 28, 
1828, died at Cortland, lU., November 8, 1870, daughter 
of Ezra and Mary Carlton. 

He died at Cortland, January 18, 1011, and he and his 
wife are buried there. 

Children: 

86. i. LusLLA. Ltmk,' b. at Lynn, Mass., Oct. 8, 1858. 

ii. Cltdkia Flobiincb, b. at Cortland, HI., Sept. 17, 1S61; d. 
there Nov. 7, 1871. 

87. iii. Lbok Mattland, b. at Cortland, HI., Jan. 11, 1866. 

39. Benjamin Franklin' Ricker {Judith* Pitts^ SaUff 
HamiUon^ Benjamin,* Benjamin* Abel* Damd^), son of 

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janun and Judith* (Pitts) Bicker, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, April 9, 18S2. 

He married at Lynn, Mass., October 18, 1855, Caroline 
G. Goss, who died at Lynn, January 10, 1907, daughter 
of George P. Goss of Marblehead, Mass. He resides with 
his daughter at Auburn, Maine. 

Children, bom at Lynn : 

88. i. Cabbdb Eliza,' b. Feb. 15, 1858. 

ii. Frank Obin, b. Aug. 25, 1862; m. at Suny, Me., Oct. 6, 
1885, Hannah Eflk Young of Lynn, and resides at Lynn; 
no issue. 

40. LuciNDA HoBBS^ PiTTB (Benjamin* Pitta^ Sall^ 
HamiUon, Benjaminy* Benjamin^* Ahel^ Dcmd^)^ daughter 
of Benjamin* and Mary (lights) Pitts, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, January 26, 1826. 

She married at Kennebunk, Maine, Nov. 26, 1848, 
George C. Littlefield of Portland, Maine, who died there. 
She died at Portland, July 26, 1900. 
Children, all bom at Portland : 

i. Frank,* b. Jan. 22, 1850; m. Oct. 2, 1876, Lude A. ffiggina 
of N. Y., and d. at N. Y., Apr. 26, 1904; buried in Wood- 
lawn Cemetery, N. Y.; no issue. 

89. ii. Mabt Euza, b. Jan. 2, 185S. 

iii. Albkbt Wiuon, b. May 11, 1856; m. at Portland, Jan. 4, 
1897, Alice I. Fowler of Portland; no issue. 

41. Julia Hamilton^ Pitts (Benjamin* Pitts y SaUff 
HamiUon, Benjamin^^ Benjamin* Abel* Damd^)^ daughter 
of Benjamin' and Mary (Knights) Pitts, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, November 17, 1827. 

She married at Portland, Maine, June 17, 1851, B. 
Franklin Thomdike of Portland, who died at Portsmouth, 
N. H., July 22, 1901. 

She died at Portland, Aug. 21, 1903, and was buried at 
Kennebunk, Maine. 

Child, bom at Portland : 

i. Nblub Ptttb,' b. Sept. 2, 1852. 

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42. Lukb' Pitts (Benjamin* Pitts, SaUj^ HamHtan, 
BenjamiUy^ Benjamin^ Ahd^ Damd^), son of Benjamin* 
and Mary (Knights) Pitts, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, February 21, 1829. In 1861 he enlisted for three 
years, as a private in Co. B, 80th R^. Mass. Vol. Inf. 
After the expiration of his term of service he re-enlisted and 
was finally discharged in 1866. His regiment was attached 
to the Department of the Gulf, under Gen. Butler. After 
his discharge from the army he lived at Kennebunk, Maine, 
where he was engaged in agricultural pursuits. 

He married in 1850, Abby H. Huntress, bom at Lyman, 
Maine, died at Kennebunk, Maine, February 28, 1904, 
daughter of James and Martha (Hill) Huntress. 

He died at Kennebunk, Sept. 25, 1909, and he and his 
wife are buried there. 

Children: 

90. i. Bknjauin Fbamkun,* b. at Dover, N. H., in 1852. 

ii. Ella Belle, b. at Lowell, Mass., Apr. 17, 1854; d. at Kenne- 
bunk, Maine, Nov. 8, 1904; m. at Saoo, Maine, Dec. 11, 
1876, Aaron B. Harmon, b. at Buxton, Maine; no issue. 

iii. Mart, b. at Lowell, Mass., in 1856; d. in infancy. 

91. iv. NoBBiB WiGom, b. at Kennebunk, Maine, Jan. 26, 1858. 
V. WiLLiB, b. at Lowell, Mass., June 7, 1860; d. in infancy. 



43. OmviA HoBBs' Pittb {Benjamin^ Pitts, Sallj^ 
HamiUoHy Benjamin* Benjamin,* Abel* David^), daughter 
of Benjamin* and Mary (IGiights) Pitts, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, February 21, 1829. 

She married at Kennebunk, Maine, September S, 1854, 
Parker C. Wiggin of Kennebunk. He is a highly respected 
citizen of that town, where he has been for many years 
engaged in farming. 

He is much interested in public affairs and held the office 
of deputy sheriff of York County for many years. 

She died at Kennebunk, February 2, 1896, and is buried 
there. 

Child, bom at Kennebunk: 

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i. LoTTiB Augusta Bailet,' b. July 21, IS55 ; d* at Kennebunk* 
Oct. 20, 1874. 



44. AiiBERT Frankum' Pitts {Benjamin^ Pitts, Sallj^ 
HamiUan, Benjamin* Benjamin* Ahd^ Damd^), son of 
Benjamin* and Mary (Knights) Pitts, was bom at Kenne- 
biinky Maine, in 1847. He was a merchant in New York 
City. 

He married at Chelsea, Mass., June 4, 1870, Clara Eliza- 
beth Bumham, bom at Bristol, Maine, November 9, 1846, 
died at Chelsea, Mass., September 27, 187S, daughter of 
Ariel and Mary F. (Barstow) Bumham. 

Child, bom at Chelsea: 

92. i. Fbed Aubebt,' b. Dec. 15, 1872. 



45. Caroline'^ Hill {Mar^ Pitts, Sallf^ Hamilton, 
Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Ahd* Damd^), daughter of Reuben 
and Mary* (Pitts) Hill, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
June IS, 1884. 

She married at Waterborough, March 2, 1856, Daniel 
HiU, Jr., of Boston, who died at White Sulphur Springs, 
Montana, May 20, 1902, and is buried there. 

She died at Saco, Maine, January 27, 1895, and is buried 
in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco. 

Child, bom at Charlestown, Mass. : 

98. i. Chabues Watson,' b. Nov. 9, 1857. 

46. Mark Langdon' Hill {Mary* Pitts, SaUj^ Hamilton, 
Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Dam^), son of Reuben and 
Mary* (Pitts) Hill, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
July 30, 18S8. He is a prominent citizen of Waterborough 
where he is a very successful farmer. 

He married at Waterborough, August SO, 1868, Hannah 
Elizabeth Cook, daughter of Captain William and Sally 
(Andrews) (Hobbs) Cook, who was the widow of Henry* 

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Hobbs {Ahigaif HamilUmy Benjamin^* Benjamin^ Ahd^ 

DamF). See page 89. 

Child (adopted) : 

i. Herbert A. Grant,' b. at Waterborough, Sept. 1, 1882; 
m. there in 1907> LOlian Beatrice Cooney of Waterborough, 
formerly^ of Berwick, N. S. Child: Myrtle Leola,* b. at 
Waterborough, Oct. 14, 1907. 



47. Judith Maria' Hill {Marf^ Pitts, SaUj^ HamiUon, 
Benjamin,^ Benjamin* Ahd^ David^), daughter of Reuben 
and Mary* (Pitts) Hill, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
August 28, 184S. 

She married at West Buxton, Maine, November 27, 1867, 
Eugene Mills of Waterborough, who died at Scarboro, 
Maine, September 24, 1909, son of WiUiam Mills. 

Children, the first two bom at Westbrook, Maine, the 
others at Saco, Maine: 

94. i. Edgar Eugene,' b. Oct. 22, 1868. 

95. ii. Gut Everett, b. Oct. 18, 1870. 
iii. Carrie Mat, b. June IS, 1878. 

96. iv. Florence, b. Dec. 9, 1879. 

97. V. Ernest Hill, b. Mar. IS, 1884. 
vi. Grace Violet, b. Dec. 17, 1886. 

48. Warren Bradford^ Hill {Mary* Pitts, Sallj^ 
HamiUon, Benjamin,* Benjamin* Abel* Damd^), son of 
Reuben and Mary* (Pitts) Hill, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, April 10, 1845. 

He married at Waterborough, January 23, 1868, Emma 
Nicholas Goodwin of Kennebunk, Maine, daughter of 
Charles Goodwin. 

He died at Waterborough, April 15, 1906. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Charles Henrt,' b. June 10, 1870; d. at Waterborough, 

Aug. 11, 1870. 
ii. Henrt Ibing, b. Dec. 16, 1871 ; d. unmarried at Cornish, 

Maine, Apr. 4, 1010. 

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49. FraNKUN GREENLEAy PiTTS {Simeofi H.^ 

SaUf^ HamUton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin^ Ahd^ Damd^)^ son 
of Simeon H/ and Alice A. (Pinkham) Pitts, was bom at 
Waterboroughy Maine, August 10, 18S9. 

He married at Buxton, Maine, in 1857, Lydia Maria 
Smith of Buxton, who died there October 15, 1900. 

He died at Scarboro, Maine, October 2, 1862. 

Child, bom at Buxton : 

96. i. Fbank Euobns,' b. May 25, 1858. 



50. Louisa Ida' Pitts {Simeon ff .• Pitts^ SaU^^ Hamil- 
tan^ Benjamin* Benjamin^ Ahd^ Dcund^)^ daughter of 
Simeon H.* and Alice A. (Pinkham) Pitts, was bom at 
Hollis, Maine, September 15, 1846. 

She married at West Buxton, Maine, in 1867, George L. 
Curtis of Gorham, Maine, who now resides at Casco, Maine. 

She died at Casco, June 18, 1906, and is buried there. 

Children: 

i. LouviLLE Hamilton,' b. at Crorham, Nov. 15, 1867. 
99. ii. Mabilla Mabks, b. at Naples, Biaine, Jan. 8, 1872. 
100. ill. Fbank Ptttb, b. at Casco, Apr. 22, 1874. 

iv. AucB Mat, b. at Casco, Feb. 4, 1878; m. June 28, 1909, 
Walter M. Butler of Casco; no issue. 



51. Charles HiUi^ Pitts (Nathaniel Pitts, SaUf^ 
Hamilton^ Benjamin^* Benjamin^ Ahd^ DavitP), son of 
Nathaniel* and Almira (Chase) Pitts, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine. 

He married at Waterborough, November 24, 1877, Ida 
Thing, daughter of Alvah Thing of Waterborough. 

Child, bom at Waterborough: 

i. CsuA G.,' b. Feb. 18, 1880; m. at Everett, Mass., July 10, 
1907, Edwin D. Piper of Everett; no iteue. They reside 
at Passaic, N. J. 



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52. Joseph AiaLEN* Swett {Benjamin HJ Sicett, Sall^ 
HobhSf Abigaif HamiUon^ Benjamin^* Benjamin,* Ahd^ 
Damd^), son of Benjamin H.' and Mary S. (AJIen) Swett, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 9, 1862. 

He married, November 17, 1886, Abbie S. Berry of Saco, 
Maine, where they now reside. 
Children, bom at Waterborough : 

i. Nkujb Si}Bak,* b. Oct. 27, 1887. 
ii. Cabbou> Benjamin, b. Jan. S8, 1880. 

53. Harry BENJABaN* Swett {Benjamin H? Swett, 
Sallj^ Hobbs, Abigail HamiUan, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,^ Damd^), son of Benjamin H.' and Mary S. (Allen) 
Swett, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 18, 1867. 
He is a farmer and contractor at Waterborough, and a 
prominent citizen having served twelve years as town clerk. 

He married, November 25, 1891, Ida B. Roberts of 
Waterborough. 

Children, the first bom at Sanford, Maine, the others at 
Waterborough : 

i. Cecil Frankun,* b. Sept. 25, 189£. 

ii. Edna Marie, b. Oct. 4, 1895. 

iii. Chableb Lawrence, b. Apr. S, 1898. 

iv. Christine Melissa, b. Aug. 16, 1900; d. Oct. 28, 1900. 

V. Glenna Mat Eyeltn, b. Aug. 17, 1901. 

vi. Mildred Eryille, b. Oct. 5, 1902. 

vii. Harrt Leland, b. Apr. 20, 1907. 



54. Mary Belle" Swett {Benjamin HJ* Swett, Sallf^ 
Hobbs, Abigail^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,^ Abel,* 
David^), daughter of Benjamin H.' and Mary S. (Allen) 
Swett, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, February 8, 
1869. 

She married, Mareb 28, 1900, Harry B. Mapes of Susque- 
hanna, Pa., and they reside at Biddeford, Maine. 

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Children, all bom at Biddeford: 

i. Habbt Aludc/ b. Nov. 15, 1902. 

ii. Mabbl Ebtblla., b. Jan. 12, 1905; d. Nov. 19, 1909. 

iiL Gbobgx Ebastub, b. June 27, 1907. 

iv. FRANcm ]I£abion, b. Nov. 12, 1909. 



55. Chabubs Stone* Swbtt {Benjamin HJ Swetty Sally* 
Hobbss Abigail^ HamHUm^ Benjamins^ Benjamin^* Abd,* 
Damd^)t son of Benjamin H.^ and Mary S. (Allen) Swett, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 18, 1870. 

He married, November 27, 1901, Caroline Rebecca Sherer 
of Rockland, Maine, and they reside there. 

Child, bom at Portland, Maine: 

i. Chabues Stone,* b. Oct. 1, 1908. 



56. John William^ Swett {Benjamin H.^ Swett, £>a%* 
Hobbst Abigail^ Hamilton^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^^ Abel^* 
Damd^)f son of Benjamin H.^ and Mary S. (Allen) Swett, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 22, 1872. 

He married at Sedgwick, Maine, September 1, 1900, 
Nellie Mabelle Parker of Portland, Maine. They reside 
at Cambridge, Mass. 

Child, bom at Sedgwick: 

i. DoBOTHT Pabkeb,* b. Nov. 2, 1902. 



57. Abbie Jane^ Hobbs {Benjamin FJ* Hobbs, Henry* 
HobbSy Abigail^ HamiUan^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}) y daughter of Benjamin F.^ and Ruth (Tibbetts) 
Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 1, 1859. 

She married at Somersworth, N. H., November, 1880, 
Frank Wilson, a lawyer at Sanford, Maine. 

She died at Sanford, September IS, 1891, and is buried 
there. 

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Children, bom at Sanford: 

i. Iiu BslIh* b. Sept. 6, 1882; d. Aug. 19, 1891. 
u. Mat, b. Maick 7, 1885. 



58. Geobge Henry^ Hobbs {Danid AJ Hobbs^ Eenrf/* 
Hobbsj Abigail^ Hamilton^ Benjamifif^ Benjamin^* Abd,* 
DanAdS)^ son of Daniel A.^ and Harriet (Sanborn) Hobbs, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 22, 1851. 
He is a carpenter and farmer and resides at Alfred, Maine. 

He married at Lewiston, Maine, December SI, 1870, 
Lucy Anna Dudley of Hollis, Maine. 

Children, the first three bom at Hollis, the last at Alfred: 

101. i. Fbbdebick Andbkwb/ b. July 26, 1875. 

102. u. Gbobgx Frankun, b. Apr. 14, 1879. 
108. iii. Matnabd Ashton, b. Apr. 16, 1882. 

iv. NoBMAN VoHi, b. Jan. 18, 1890; d. at Alfred, in Sept. 1890. 



59. Edgar Willis* Hobbs {Danid A.'' Hobbs, Henrj^ 
Hobbs, Abigail^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
David}), son of Daniel A.^ and Harriet (Sanborn) Hobbs, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 19, 1860. He is 
division superintendent of a street railway between Lewis- 
ton and Augusta, Maine, and resides at Lisbon Falls, Maine. 

He married at Kezar Falls, Maine, April 16, 1886, Rachel 
A. Dlingworth of Kezar Falls. 

Child, bom at Lisbon Falls : 

i. Harrttbt Ann/ b. May IS, 1889. 



60. William Henrt^ Hobbs {George MJ^ Hobbs, Henry* 
Hobbs, Abigail Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
David}), son of George M.^ and Hannah B. (Shepard) 
Hobbs, was bom at Wayne, Wisconsin, November IS, 
1855. He was formerly a school-teacher and is now engaged 
in fanning and fruit growing at Paw Paw, Mich. 

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He married at Wayne» September 7» 1881 » Abbie Lucy 
Crosby of that town. 
Childreiiy all bom at Wayne: 

i. Nkwell WnjJAM,' b. Aug. 25, 1884. 
ii. MoBBiLL Rot, b. Feb. 1, 1892. 
iii. Flotd Howabd, b. Mar. 15, 1896. 



61. Jane Thurston* Hobbs {Oeorge MJ Hobbs^ Eenry* 
H6th8y Abigail^ HamiUon, Benjamin^^ Benjamin^* Abd^* 
David}), daughter of George M.^ and Hannah B. (Shepard) 
Hobbs, was bom at Wayne, Wis.» May 3, 1857. 

She married at Wayne, February 12, 1882, Albert Mc- 
Mullen of Gratiot, Wis., who died at Wayne, Dec. 7, 
1892. He was a farmer. 

Children, the first bom at Gratiot, the others at Wayne: 

104. i. Maud Haknah,' b. July 16, 1884. 
ii. Clyde MoBBiUa, b. June 12, 1888. 
iii. Jaiobb Eliisb, b. Sept. 25, 1891. 

62. Sylvia Laubetta* Hobbs {Oeorge MJ Hobbs, Henrj^ 
Hobbs, Abigail^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), daughter of George M.' and Hannah B. (Shepard) 
Hobbs, was bom at Wayne, Wis., June 5, 1862. 

She married at Wayne, March 6, 1892, Joseph Orsamus 
Parkyn of Elwood, Neb. Before her marriage she was a 
teacher. Her husband was also a teacher and was superin- 
tendent of schools of Grosper County, Nebraska. He is 
at present a farmer and fruit grower at Hillsdale, Mich. 

She died at Elwood, November 20, 1902, and is buried 
there. 

Children, all bom at Elwood: 

i. Phsbb Angis Lbowb/ b. Feb. 8, 1898. 
ii. PSBCY JoBBPH, b. Aug. 10, 1894. 
iii. Hannah Auce, b. Feb. 26, 1896. 

83. George Elmer" Hobbs {George M.'' Hobbs, Henry* 

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Hobbs, Abigail* Hamilton^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^* Ahd^^ 
DaxAd})^ son of George M.' and Hannah B. (Shepard) 
Hobbs> was bom at Wayne» Wis.» January 4, 1864. He 
was formerly a teacher; at present a salesman, and has 
served as county clerk of Lafayette County, Wis. 

He married at Darlington, Wis., March 17, 1897, Emes- 
tena Wilhelmina Kummer of that town. 

Child, bom at South Wayne: 

i. Mkbvujjb KmooBBt' b. Jan. 5, 1896. 



64. Ross Mblvin^ Hobbs {Oeorge MJ Hobbs, Henry* 
HobbSf Abigail* Hamilton^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), son of George M.^ and Hannah B. (Shepard) 
Hobbs, was bom at Wayne, Wis., November 24, 1872. 
He is a farmer and mail-carrier at Wayne, where he resides. 

He married at Wayne, June 10, 1896, Sadie Ray Hale 
of that town. 

Children, all bom at Wayne: 

i. Mabjobib Lucille/ b. July 8, 1898. 

ii. Lbona Angelia, b. May 25» 1901. 

ill. MsLViN Herbert (twin), b. Nov. 80, 1906. 

iv. Eybltn Manilla (twin), b. Nov. 80, 1906. 



65. Angie Inez Hannah* Hobbs {George MJ Hobbs, 
Henry* Hobbs, Abigail* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Abd^ Damd}), daughter of George M.' and Hannah B. 
(Shepard) Hobbs, was bom at Wayne, Wis., June 4, 1877. 

She married at Wayne, February 4, 1903, Wilbur Carr of 
Scales Mound, 111. Prior to her marriage she was a teacher. 
Her husband is a farmer and live stock dealer at Gamer, 
Iowa, where they reside. 

Child, bom at Gamer: 

i. Maboabbt Angelll,' b. Feb. ftS, 1905. 



86. Ada Eldora* Tracy {Syhia J.' Hobbs, Henry* 

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Hobbst Abigail* HamiUony Benjaminy^ Benjamin^* Abd^* 
Danid})y daughter of Ferdinand and Sylvia J.^ (Hobbs) 
Tracy, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 18, 1855. 

She married in 1877, Lemuel Thomas Millett of West 
Minot, Maine. He is a real estate dealer at Johnson City, 
Tenn. 

She died at West Minot, December 17, 1878, and is buried 
there. 

Child, bom at West Minot: 

105. i. Ralph Linwood/ b. Sept. 1, 1878. 

67. Rev. Omn Hobbs" Tract {Sylvia J.' Hobbs, Henry* 
Hobbs, Abigail* HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), son of Ferdinand and Sylvia J.^ (Hobbs) Tracy, 
was bom at Auburn, Maine, July 4, 1857. He is a Free 
Baptist minister. He was graduated from Bates College 
in the class of 1882, and from Cobb Divinity School in the 
class of 1885. The degree D.D. was conferred on him by 
Hillsdale College, Mich., in 1909. 

He married first, November S, 1884, Susie Elizabeth 
Barbaric of Wells, Maine, who died at Oakland, Cal., 
September 5, 1891, and is buried in Mount Auburn Ceme- 
tery, Auburn, Maine; and secondly, July 4, 1896, Etta 
Gertrude Goodwin of Oakland, Maine. She was graduated 
from Bates College in the class of 1887, has taken the course 
at Cobb Divinity School, and was ordained to the ministry, 
March 16, 1910. 

They reside at Pittsfield, N. H. 

Children by second wife, bom at Boston, Mass. : 

i. Leiohton Goodwin,* (twin), b. Dec. 15, 1897. 
ii. Olin Bbbbt (twin), b. Dec. 15, 1897. 

68. Ralph Waij)0* Hobbs {Henry S.'' Hobbs, Levi* 
Hobbs, Abigail* Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), son of Henry S.^ and Lucy (Winslow) Hobbs, 
was bom at South Boston, Mass., November 1, 1870. He 

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was for five years a member of the Quincy city council, 
three of which he served as its president. For 23 years 
he has been in the office of Frank C. Welch of Boston, 
having charge of real estate and probate matters. 

He married at Boston, August 17, 1896, Emma A. Home 
of Dorchester, Mass. They reside at Atlantic (Quincy) » 
Mass. 

Children, bom at Atlantic: 

i. SiBTi> Wnrabow,* b. Oct 11, 1900. 
ii. Barbara, b. Nov. 16, 1904. 



09. Chester Henby* Hobbs {Henry S.^ Hobbs, Levi* 
HobbSt Abigail^ HamiUon^ Benjamin^* Benjamin^* Abel,* 
Daivtd^)t son of Henry S.^ and Lucy (Winslow) Hobbs, was 
bom at South Boston, Mass., February 21, 1878. He 
conducts a roofing and metal work business in Boston, 
under the firm name of H. S. Hobbs and Son, which busi- 
ness was established by him and his father in 1900. 

He married at Medford, Mass., March 26, 1901, Helen 
Marion Fletcher of that city. They reside at Watertown, 
Mass. 

Children: 

L Wabren Hbmbt/ b. at IXvchester, Mass., Jan. 1, 1902. 

ii. Helen Marion, b. at Maiden, Mass., Apr. 28, 1904. 

iii. Francis Chester, b. at Maiden, Apr. SO, 1906; d. there 

Mar. 4, 1907. 
iv. Doris Irene, b. at Watertown, Mass., Mar. 80, 1908. 
V. Chester EEenrt, b. at Watertown, Mar. 28, 1909. 

70. Helen Lottise* Andrews {Sophia EJ Hobbs ^ Levi* 
Hobbs, Abigail^ HamiUony Benjamin,^ Benjamin,^ Ahdy^ 
DafficP), daughter of Charles C. and Sophia E.^ (Hobbs) 
Andrews, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 
£6, 1856. 

She married, April 7, 1875, Benjamin A. Ham of Boston, 
bom at Shapleigh, Maine, August S8, 1846. They reside 
at Dorchester, Mass. 

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Children, all bom at Boston: 

106. i. Gut Andbiewb,' b. July 8» 1878. 

107. ii. Habbt Howabd, b. Mar. 16, 1888. 
iii. EvBSBTT Adams, b. Oct. 14, 1894. 

71. Agneb Winnie^ Andrews {Sophia EJ Hobbs, Levi^ 
HobbSf Abigail^ Hamilton^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^* Abd,^ 
Daoid}), daughter of Charles C. and Sophia E.^ (Hobbs) 
Andrews, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, October 17, 
1865. 

She married at Waterborough, May 15, 1885, David E. 
Russell of Alfred, Maine, a lumberman. They reside at 
Newfield, Maine. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

108. i. Stella Liluan,* b. Oct. 25, 1886. 
ii. Edwin Andbxwb, b. Mar. 22, 1888. 

iii. LuBLLA Mat, b. Feb. 14, 1890; m. at Waterborough, Sept. 

18, 1000, Harold C. Moulton of Newfield; no issue. He 

is a merchant and selectman, 
iv. HabTiTTB Llotd, b. Aug. SO, 1898. 
V. Flobknce Edna, b. Dec. 20, 1894. 
vi. Mildred Agnes, b. Mar. 22, 1904. 

72. Charles Henrt* Andrews (Sophia EJ Hobbs, 
Lemf Hobbs, Abigail^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,^ Abd,* 
Damd}), son of Charles C. and Sophia E.^ (Hobbs) Andrews, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 29, 1874. 

He married, October 28, 1895, Susie E. Green of Water- 
borough, and they reside there. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Cabboll Eugene,' b. Aug. 28, 1896. 

ii. Freda Linda, b. May 8, 1899. 

iii. Carleton Wilfred, b. Jan. 14, 1904. 



78. Gertrttdb Sophia^ Andrews {Sophia E.'' Hobbs, 
Lmf Hobbs, Abigail^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
Damd}), daughter of Charles C. and Sophia E.^ (Hobbs) 

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Andrews, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 
28, 1878. 

She married, December 20, 1901, Francis Henry* Hamil- 
ton, bom March 9, 1879, son of John Francis^ (Charles L.,* 
Richard^^ Abel^^ Benjamin^* Abd^* David}) and Mary J. 
(Gormily) Hamilton. See page 284. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Ruth Mabion/ b. Feb. 9, 1906. 

ii. WujssD Andbxwh, b. June 18, 1910. 

74. Cabrie EioiA* Ham {Harriet LJ Hobbs^ Lmd^ 
Hobba, Abigail^ HamiUon^ Benjamiftt^ Benjamin^^ Abel,* 
Dcand})^ daughter of Edwin J. and Harriet L.^ (Hobbs) 
Ham, was bom at Shapleigh, Maine, September 2, 1865. 

She married at Boston, Mass., November 28, 1888, 
Hiomas A. Manley of Boston, bom February 22, 1858. 
Children: 

i. Raymond Elwin,* b. at Alkton, Mass., Mar. 16, 1890. 
ii. Gladys Rbkd, b. at Faneuil, Mass., June 6, 1896. 

75. Flora Jane* Ham {Harriet LJ Hobbs, Levi* Hobbs, 
Abigails HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), 
daughter of Edwm J. and Harriet L.' (Hobbs) Ham, was 
bom at South Boston, Mass., April 15, 1868. 

She married at Boston, November 28, 1888, Frederick 
Lincoln* Gile, bom at Boston, July 1, 1865, son of Stephen 
and Sarah J.^ (McKenney) Gile {Mary H* CarU, Charity* 
Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^). They reside at 
AUston, Mass. See page 267. 

Children, all bom at AUston: 

i. Fbedebick Lincoln,' b. May 15, 1891. 

ii. Gracb Mabchna, b. Apr. 11, 1898. 

iii. Waldo Ham, b. Feb. 11, 1896; d. in infancy, 

iv. EiOLT Mabion, b. Oct. 11, 1897. 

76. Etta Mat^ Hobbs {Joseph AJ Hobbs, Euran H.* 
Hobbs, Abigail* HamiUan, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 

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Diwid})^ daughter of Joseph A.^ and Emeline M. (Roberts) 
Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough^ Maine, May 2, 1869. 

She married, June 1» 1892, Harry Lenwood Roberts of 
Alfred, Maine. 

Child, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Lebot Hobbs,' b. July 24, 189S. 

77. Nbttib Luella" Hobbb {Joseph A.'' Hobbs^ Euran 
H.^ HobbSf Abigail^ Hamilton^ Benjamin^*' Benjamin^* Ahdy* 
Damd^)f daughter of Joseph A.^ and Emeline M. (Roberts) 
Hobbs, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 4, 1874. 

She married, July 26, 1905, Chester Harold Rounds of 
Buxton, Maine. 

Child, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Habold Hobbb/ b. Mar. SI, 1907. 

78. Alice Augusta^ Hobbs {Levi'' Hobbs^ Euran JJ.* 
HobbSf Abigail^ HamiUon^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^* Abel,.* 
D(wijd})y daughter of Levi' and Lucena A. (Carll) Hobbs, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, May 19, 1871. 

She married, February 23, 1890, lindley L. Bradbury, 
bom at Hollis, Maine, April 10, 1867, son of Samuel L. and 
Mehitable L. (Woodman) Bradbury. He is a lumberman 
at Hollis. 

Children, all bom at Hollis: 

i. EvBRETT Levi,* b. Jan. 8, 1891. 
ii. MnoBBD Ibbnb, b. Oct. 8, 1897. 
iii. Flobxncb Lucena, b. Mar. 14, 1901. 

79. Etta Alice* Holaix» {Sarah EJ Hobbs, Euran H} 
HobbSf Abigail HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,^ 
David}), daughter of George P. and Sarah E.^ (Hobbs) 
Holmes, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 4, 
1878. 

She married, June 22, 1904, Harvey A. Butler of San- 
ford, Maine, and they reside there. 

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Children, bom at Sanford: 

i. Addis Obinda/ b. Feb. 4» 1906. 
li. Francib Robebt, b. Oct 6, 1009. 



80. Onyille* Rickbr {Moses PJ Richer^ Juiiih^ Pitts ^ 
SaUy^ Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son 
of Moses P.' and Sally £. (Knights) Ricker, was bom at 
Waterboroughy Maine, September 28, 1845. He was a 
machinist. 

He married first at Biddeford, Maine, Emma S. Manson 
of Limerick, Maine, who died at Rochester, N. H.; and 
secondly at Boston, Mass., in 1892, Alice Belle Bray of 
Boston. 

He died at South Waterborough, January 2, 1908, and 
was buried there. His family resides at Haverhill, Mass. 

Children, by second wife: 

i. HxKBiBTTA Mabbl,* b. at Boston, Sept. ft6, 1898; d. at 

Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 28, 1900. 
li. Gbobob Abbaham, b. at Cambridge, Aug. 18, 1895; d. 

there Sept. 21, 1895. 
ill. Habold Mobeb, b. at Cambridge, July 15, 1897; d. there 

Mar. 8, 1896. 
iv. Qnviujb Baxtbb, b. at Cambridge, Sept. 24, 1898; d. there 

Feb. 19, 1899. 
V. Ebnbbt Whbub, b. at Waterborough, Sept. 17, 1902. 



81. WiLBXJB F.8 RicKER (Moses PJ Richer, Judith^ 
Pitts, SaU^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), 
son of Moses P.' and Sally E. (Knights) Ricker, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, June 22, 1853. 

He married, September 7, 1878, Lucy Ella Allen of 
Waterborough, daughter of Joseph Allen. They reside at 
Portland, Maine. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. WnjBUB Allbn,* b. Jan. 4, 1880; m. at Portland, Jan. 24, 
1906, Estella Perham, daughter of Charles Perham; no 
issue. 

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100. ii. Habbt Burton, b. Jan. 5, 1882. 
iii. Flora Lovina, b. May 11, 1885. 
iv. Maboib Sarah, b. Mar. 12, 1887. 



8!8. Hannah Antoinette' Crockett {Sarah HJ Ricker^ 
Judiih* PittSf Sallys HamUion^ Benjamin^* Benjamin^^ Ahd^^ 
Daxfid})^ daughter of Daniel B. and Sarah HJ (Ricker) 
Crockett, was bom at Somersworth, N. H., June 6, 1847. 

She married at Farmington, N. H.» February 6, 1867, 
Albert Yamey of Farmington. They reside at Dover, 
N.H. 

Children, all bom at Madbury, N. H. : 

i. Amna Aubebta,* b. May 20, 1868. 
110. iL Elvim Kimnbar, b. July IS, 1870. 
iii. £niB Loyisbm, b. Sept. 20, 1874. 



83. Lobenzo Brackett' Cbockbtt {Sarah HJ Ricker, 
JudUh* Pitts, SaUy^ Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abd,^ 
Damd}), son of Daniel B. Sind Sarah H.^ (Ricker) Crockett, 
was bom at New Durham, N. H., December 9, 1854. He 
is postmaster at North Easton, Mass., where he resides. 

He married at North Easton, May 5, 1881, Emily P. 
Carr of that town. 
Children, bom at North Easton : 

i. Sara Carr,* b. Aug. 12, 1882; m. at North Easton, Aug. 

17, 1910, Frank H. Cuzner of that town; no iasue. 
ii. Hblrnt Mabon, b. Aug. 24, 1888; d. at North Easton, July 

21, 1802. 

84. Frank Leslie" Cbockett {Sarah HJ Ricker, Judith* 
Pitts, SaUy* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DcmdS), 
son of Daniel B. and Sarah H.^ (Ricker) Crockett, was 
bom at Alton, N. H., June 15, 1856. 

He married at North Easton, Mass., October 24, 1894, 
Nettie D. Richardson of North Easton, and they reside 
there. 

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Children, bom at North Easton: 

L MuBUB Bbacxstt** b. Dec. S0» 1805. 
ii. BiTTH B1CHABD6ON, b. Sept. 7, 1890. 

85. Chables Eu* Crockett (Sarah HJ Rieker^ Judith^ 
r, SaUy^ Hamiltan^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin^* AbeU* David^), 
son of Daniel B. and Sarah H.^ (Bicker) Crockett, was bom 
at Alton, N. H., July 20, 1867. He is an undertaker at 
Flaistow, N. H., and resides there. 

He married first at Plaistow, November 11, 1885, Ardella 
A. Peaslee of Plaistow, who died December 24, 1886; and 
secondly at Plaistow, December 81, 1894, Nettie B. Cheney 
of that town. 

Child by second wife, bom at Plaistow: 
i. Chablbb BixBroxN** b. Feb. 7, 1899. 

S6. LxTELLA Ltnn^ Ricker {Timothy RJ Richer^ Judith^ 
Pitts, SaUy^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), 
daughter of Timothy R.^ and Anstasia S. (Carlton) Ricker, 
was bom at Lynn, Mass., October 8, 1853. 

She married at Cortland, BL, July 25, 1875, Merritt 
Powell Crossette, bom at Cortland, March 23, 1849, died 
there July 16, 1909. She resides at Cortland. 

Child, bom at Chicago, Bl. : 

111. i. Chahlbs Bkllmont,* b. March 26, 1877. 

87* Leon Maitland^ Ricker {Timxrihy RJ Ricker, 
Judith^ Pitts, Satty^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
Daivid}), son of Timothy R.^ and Anstasia S. (Carlton) 
Ricker, was bom at Cortland, Bl., January 11, 1866. He 
is a merchant at Cortland, is at present Mayor of that 
dty, has been postmaster for many years, and is prominent 
in Odd Fellowship. 

He married at Chicago, BL, September 24, 1905, Mrs. 
Mae £. Chillis of Warren, Bl. 

They have no children. 

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88* Cabbie Eliza* Rickeb {Benjamin F.^ Bicker, Judith^ 
Pitts, Sally^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), 
daughter of Benjamin F.^ and Caroline 6. (Goss) Bicker, 
was bom at Lynn, Mass., February 15, 1858. 

She married at Lynn, June 16, 1880, George E. C}irtis 
of Lynn. They reside at Auburn, Maine. 

Child, bom at Lynn: 

i. Mab Pbabl»* b. May 1, 1885; m. at Auburn, Oct. 80, liX>7» 
Arthur Francis Smith of Lewiston, ICaine ; no iasue. 



89. Mabt Eliza' LiTTLEFixa[j> {Ludnda HJ Pitts, Ben- 
jamin* Pitts, SaU^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Ahet,* 
David^), daughter of George C. and Ludnda H.^ (Pitts) 
Littlefield, was bom at Portland, Maine, January 2, 185S. 

She married at Portland, June 22, 1877, Frank J. Ham of 
that city. They reside at Vineland, N. J. 

Children: 

i. Geobge WUiUAM,* b. at Portland, Aug. 7, 1880. 
ii. Albebt LnTiiBnBLD, b. at >^eland, N. J., Sept. 10, 1885; 
d. there Sept. 19, 1906. 



90* Benjamin Franklin^ Pitts {Lake'' Pitts, Benjamin* 
Pitts, SaUy* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid^), 
son of Luke^ and Abby H. (Huntress) Pitts, was bom at 
Dover, N. H., in 1862. 

He married at Lynn, Mass., about 1880, Mary Armstrong 
of Kennebunkport, Maine. 

Children, bom at Kennebunkport : 

112. i. EuzA,* b. Jan. 11, 1881. 
lis. ii. Mart, b. May 9, 1884. 



91. NoBMB Wiggin* Pitts {Luke'' Pitts, Benjamin* 
Pitts, Sally* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* Damd}), 
son of Luke^ and Abby H. (Huntress) Pitts, was bom at 
Kennebunk, Maine, January 26, 1858. 

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He married first at Somers worth (Great Falls) » N. H.» 
April 22, 1880, Edith L. Simpson of Kemiebmik; and 
secondly at Lynn, Mass., February 28, 1909, Mrs. Harriet 
Angeline Smith of Lynn, and they reside at Lynn. 

Child by first wife, bom at Kennebunk: 

114. i. Ethxl Mat,* b. Apr. ftSt, 1881. 



92. Frjsd AiiBEBT* Pittb {Albert F.'' Pitts, Benjamin^ 
Pitts f Sally^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin^* Abd,* DamdS), 
son of Albert F.^ and Clara £. (Bmnham) Pitts, was bom 
at Chelsea, Mass., December 15, 1872. He is a sailing- 
master and a pilot and resides at Damariscotta, Maine. 

He married at Chelsea, in 1899, Nettie Maria Osier of 
Medomac, Maine. 

Children, all bom at Damariscotta: 

i. Jamsb EbviiiLB,* b. Mar. 18» 1900; d. at Chekea, Dec 18, 

1901. 
ii. Gbobqs Albbbt, b. Mar. 11, 1903. 
ill. Fbeeican Obdbr, b. Apr. 12, 1906. 



93. Charles Watson* Hill {Caroline'' HiS, Marf/^ 
Pitts, Sally* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Dadd}), 
son of Daniel and Caroline^ (Hill) HiU, was bom at Charles- 
town, Mass., November 9, 1857. He is engaged in the 
real estate business at Livingston, Montana, and resides 
there. 

He married at Helena, Montana, August 14, 1889, Carrie 
Aurilla Lewis of White Sulphur Springs, Montana. 

Children, all bom at White Sulphur Springs : 

i. Lewis Langdon,* b. Aug. 17, 1890. 
ii. Mart La Vaughn, b. Sept. S, 1891. 
iii. Fu>BENCS Janst, b. Aug. 12, 1898. 



04* Edgab Eugene* Miulb (Judith MJ^ HiU, Mary* 
Pitts, SaUy* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DanAdf), 

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Peniamtn Hamilton 

son of Eugene and Judith M.^ (Hill) MiUs, was bom at 
Westbrook, Maine, October 22, 1868. 

He married, February 28, 1894, Alberta B. Snow of 
Scarboro, Maine. 

Child, bom at Saco, Maine: 

i. Laubxncb Babnabd,* b. Sept. 10, 1885. 



95. Gut Evebettb Mills (Judith MJ HUl, Mart^ 
Pitts, Sally^ HamiUan, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* DavidP), 
son of Eugene and Judith M.^ (Hill) Mills, was bom at 
Westbrook, Maine, October IS, 1870. 

He married, April 8, 1896, Mabelle A. Emery, daughter 
of Charles Emery of Buxton, Me. 

Children: 

L Llotd Lakodon,* b. at Portland, Maine, Nov. 6, 1001. 
ii. DoBOTHT HooA, b. at Burlington, Vt., Oct. 11, liX>7. 



96. Florence^ Milu (Judiih M.^ Hill, Marj^ Pitts, 
Sallj^ HamiUan, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ David}), 
daughter of Eugene and Judith M.' (Hill) Mills, was bom 
at Saco, Maine, December 9, 1879. 

She married, October 28, 1901, Solomon B. Seavey of 
Saco. 

Children, all bom at Saco: 

i. Ruth Hbuens,* b. Nov. 93, 1902. 
ii. Bebihcb Mills, b. Jan. 26, 1904. 
iii. EifliB Mat, b. Dec. 21, 1907. 



97. Ernest Hill« Mills (Judith MJ Hill, Mary* Pitts, 
SaUy* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), son 
of Eugene and Judith M.^ (Hill) Mills, was bom at Saco, 
Maine, March IS, 1884. 

He married at Portland, Maine, December 21, 1907, 
Elsie Fay McKenney of Scarboro, Maine. 

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Child, bom at Scarboro: 

i. Hklen Louibb,* b. Nov. 28, 1909; d. at Scarboro, Sept. 14, 
1910. 



98. Fbamk Eugenb* Pittb (Franklin QJ Pitts ^ Simeon 
H.^ Pitts, Sally* HamiUan, Benjamin^^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
Damd^), son of Franklm 6.^ and Lydia M. (Smith) Pitts, 
was bom at Buxton, Maine, May 25, 1858. 

He married at Rochester, N. H., July SO, 1883, Olive 
Ann Fabyan of Buxton, daughter of Charles F. Fabyan. 
They reside at Leominster, Mass. 

Children: 

i. BowiiAND Fbankun,* b. at Buxton, Oct 19, 1897. 

ii. Ebboll Pxbbfomt, b. at Old Orcbard, Maine, Nov. 90, 190$. 



99. Marilla Marks^ Curtis {Louisa I.'' Pitts, Simeon 
H.^ Pitts, Sally* HamiUon, Benjamin^^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
Daxnd}), daughter of George L. and Louisa I.^ (Pitts) Curtis, 
was bom at Naples, Maine, January 8, 1872. She is a 
graduate of the Emerson College of Oratory, and was a 
teacher of oratory for six years prior to her marriage. 

She married at Casco, Maine, July 25, 1905, James 
Hawley Aiken of Benson, Vt., who is an instructor in science 
in the Technical High School, Springfield, Mass. They 
reside at Springfield. 

Child, bom at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. : 
i. Mart Loitibe,' b. Apr. 29, 1909. 



100» Frank Pitts' Curtis {Louisa IJ Pitts y Simeon H.* 
Pitts, Sally* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ DaxidS), 
son of George L. and Louisa I.' (Pitts) Curtis, was bom at 
Cafico, Maine, April 22, 1874. 

He married, January 1, 1901, Ada Belle Smith of Otis- 
field, Maine. 

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Children, bom at Casco: 

i. DoBOTST Hope,* b. Dec. 9, 1903. 
ii. Gbobos ELlbtlkt, b. Sept. 22, 1907. 



aUxiiOf ^mftotfon 



101« Fbedebick Andrews* Hobbs {George H^ Habbs, 
Daniel AJ Hobbs, Henry^ Hobbs, Abigail^ HamiUon, Ben- 
jamin,* Benjamin,^ Abd,^ Damd}), son of George H.' and 
Lucy A. (Dudley) Hobbs» was bom at Hollis» Maine, July 
26, 1875. He was graduated from the University of Maine 
in the class of 1896; admitted to the bar of York County, 
Maine, May term, 1900, and at present is practising in 
South Berwick, Maine, where he resides. 

He taught in the Westbrook and Alfred High Schools. 

In the war with Spain he served as 2d Lieutenant, Co. 
M, 1st Maine Vol. Lif . 

Since January 1, 1907, he has been County Attorney of 
York County, Maine. He is Republican in politics and a 
member of various Masonic bodies, also of the I.O.O.F., 
K. of P., Red Men, Eagles and Spanish War Veterans. 

He married first at Orrington, Maine, June 20, 1897, 
Blanche Asenath Ryder of that town; and secondly at 
Sanford, Maine, March 15, 1902, Cassandra May Thomas. 

Child by second wife, bom at South Berwick: 

i. PAUiiiNE DuDLBT,^® b. Jan. S, 1906. 



1(K3. George Franklin* Hobbs {George H.^ Hobbs, 
Daniel AJ Hobbs, Henry* Hobbs, Abigail^ Hamilion, Ben- 
jamin,* Benjamin,^ Abd,* David}), son of George H.* and 
Lucy A. (Dudley) Hobbs, was bom at Hollis, Maine, April 
14, 1879. He enlisted as a private in Co. M, 1st Maine 
Regt., May 11, 1898, to serve in the Spanish War; was 
promoted corporal July 2, 1898. He is engaged in the 
grocery business at Sanford, Maine. 

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He married at Alfred, Maine, April SO, 1902, Blanche 
Edna Gerry of Sanf ord. 
They have no children. 



103. Maynard Ashton* Hobbs {George H.^ Hobbs, 
Daniel A J Hobbs y Henrj^ Hobbs^ Abigail^ Hamilton^ Ben- 
jamins^ Benjamin,* Abd^^ Damd}), son of George H.' and 
Lucy A. (Dudley) Hobbs, was bom at HolUs, Maine, April 
16, 1882. 

He married at Somersworth, N. H., April 2S, 1898, 
Frances littlefield Clough of Alfred, Maine, and they 
reside at Alfred. 

Children: 

i. GI.ADTB Mas,^^ b. at Alfred, Nov. 25, 1890. 

ii. Gbobgs Matnabd, b. at Sanford, Maine, Sept. 19, 1905. 

iii. Fbedsbigk Andrews, b. at Alfred, Dec. 18, 1907. 



104. Maud Hannah* McMxjllkn (Jane T.* Hobbs, 
George MJ Hobbs, Henrj^ Hobbs, Abigail^ Hamilton, Ben- 
jamin,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), daughter of Albert and 
Jane T.^ (Hobbs) McMullen, was bom at Gratiot, Wis., 
July 16, 1884. 

She married at Freeport, 111., May 31, 1907, Herbert 
Price of South Wayne, Wis. 

Children, bom at South Wayne: 

i. Geobob Albebt,^^ b. Apr. 19, 1908. 
ii. Cecelia Angeua, b. Apr. 18, 1910. 

106. Ralph Linwood» Millett {Ada E* Tracy, Syhna 
J.'' Hobbs, Henry* Hobbs, Abigail* Hamilton, Benjamin,^ 
Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Lemuel T. and Ada E.* 
(Tracy) Millett, was bom at West Minot, Maine, September 
1, 1878. He was educated at Bates College, I^wiston, 
Maine, and resides at Dallas, Texas, where he is connected 
with the "Dallas Dispatch." 

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JUtnismin Hamilton 

He married in 1904» Alice Irene Campbell of Marion, 
Virginia. 
Children: 

i. Geneva Tract,"* b. at Norway, Maine, Mar. 15, 1905. 
ii. AucE Mabiok, b. at Qiford, Maane, Sept 90, 1906. 



106. Gut Andbews* Ham {Helen L. ^ Andrews, Sophia E. ' 
Hdbba, Levi^ Hobba, Abigail* HamiUon, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,^ 
Abel,* Daddy), son of Benjamin A. and Helen L.* (Andrews) 
Ham, was bom at Boston, Mass., July 8, 1878. He was 
graduated from Dartmouth College in ibe class of 1900 and 
from Harvard Law School in the class of 1908. In 1902 
he was admitted to the bar of Suffolk County, Mass., and is 
engaged in the practice of his profession in Boston. 

He was a member of the House of Representatives of 
Mass. in 190S-4, where he occupied an honorable position. 
He was assistant district attorney of the United States for 
the district of Massachusetts from 1904 to 1908, where he 
distinguished himself in the prosecution of several important 
criminal cases. 

In 1909 he was special counsel for the dty of Boston in 
obtaining its new charter. He is much sought as a public 
speaker upon political and moral questions. 

He married at Anamosa, Iowa, March 16, 1904, Anna £• 
Hellberg of that town. 

Children, all bom at Dorchester, Mass. : 

i. Geraloine Lothbe,^^ b. Feb. 9, 1905. 

ii. Ruth Madeline, b. Nov. 22, 1906. 

iii. Evelyn Walters, b. Feb. 21, 1906. 

iv. Gut Andrews, b. Sept 26, 1909. 



107. Harrt Howard* Ham (Helen L." Andrews, Sophia 
EJ Hobbs, Levi^ Hobbs, Abigail* Hamilton, Benjamin,* Ben- 
jamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Benjamin A. and Helen L.* 
(Andrews) Ham, was bom at Boston, Mass., March 16, 
1883. He was graduated from Dartmouth College in the 

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HuBt IBtAttxHimUl 

class of 1904, and from Boston University Law School 
in the class of 1908. In 1907 he was admitted to the 
Suffolk County bar, and is engaged with his brother in the 
practice of law in Boston. He served in the Massachusetts 
l^islature for the years 1907 to 1910 inclusive. 

He married at Newton, Mass., June 9, 1909, Ida V. 
Shattuck of that town. 

They have no children. 

108. Stella Lilllu?* Russell {Agnes W.^ Andrews, 
Sophia EJ Hobbs, £m* Hdbbs, Abigail^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ 
Benjaminf* Abd,* Dmid}), daughter of David £. and Agnes 
W.* (Andrews) Russell, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
October 25, 1886. 

She married at Newfield, Maine, December 24, 1906, 
Scott D. Libby of that town. 
Child, bom at Newfield: 

i. Lboka EvxbTN,^^ b. Apr. 9, 1909. 

109. Harrt Burton* Ricksr iJVilbw F.^ Richer, Moses 
P.'' Richer, Jvdith^ Pitts, SaUy^ Hamilton, Benjamin,* Ben- 
jamin,* Abel,* DamdS), son of Wilbur F.* and Lucy £• 
(Allen) Bicker, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, January 
5, 1882. 

He married, March 17, 1904, Clara Estelle Hayden, bom 

at Fairfield, Maine. 

Children, all bom at Portland, Maine: 

i. Chbbteb Hatdkn,^^ b. Dec. 24, 1905. 
ii. Hazxl Elila., b. May 29, 1907. 
lii. EsNinDTH Edwin, b. Aug. 18, 1909. 

110. Elvin Ejnneab* Vabney {Hannah A.* Crockett, 
Sarah HJ Richer, Judith^ Pitts, SaUy^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid^), son of Albert and Hannah A.* 
(Crockett) Vamey, was bom at Madbury, N. H., July 13, 
1870. 

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JUtnimnin ^amtltoti 

He married at Lynn» Mass., October 7» 1896, Clara Benton 
Smi of Lynn. 

Children, bom at Dover, N. H.: 

i. GiADTB BiW^ b. May 16, 1898. 
ii. Viola Gsbtbudb, b. May 14, 1910. 



111. ChahtiES Bellbiont* Cbossbttb {Ludla L.^ 
% Timothy RJ Richer, Judith^ Pitts, SaUy^ Hcmittan, 
Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* DamdS), son of Merritt P. 
and Luella L.* (Ricker) Crossette, was bom at Chicago, 
HI., March 26, 1877. He is a railway conductor and resides 
at South Haven, Kansas. 

He married at Bochelle, Ill.» September 19, 1900, Ethd 
Ann McMann. 

Children: 

i. PmcT BsLLMONT,^® b. at Bochdle, Jan. SO, lOOt. 
ii. CnuL BuBB, b, in South Haven township, Jan. M, 1900. 
iii. Maboabbt Lubll^, b. in South Haven township, Apr. 10» 
1906. 



lis. Eliza* Pitts (Benjamin F.* Pitts, Luke'' Pitts, 
Benjamin^ Pitts, Sallj^ Hamilton, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Abd,* Damd}), daughter of Benjamin F.' and Mary (Arm- 
strong) Pitts, was bom at Kennebunkport, Maine, January 
11, 1881. 

She married at Nashua, N. H., March 6, 1907, Jed F. 
Cousins of Nashua. 

Child, bom at Pawtucket, R. I.: 

i. GsBTBiTDa Louibb/® b. Jan. 5, 1906. 



lis. Mary* Pitts (Benjamin F.» Pitts, Luke^ Pitts, 
Benjamin* Pitts, Sally* HamiUan, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Abd,* DarndS), daughter of Benjamin F.' and Mary (Arm- 
strong) Pitts, was bom at Kennebunkport, Maine, May 9, 
1884. 

ISO 



HuBt Betfcettiiatittf 



She married at Lowell, Mass., April 3, 1900, Fred C. 
McManus of Brunswick, Maine. 

Children, the first bom at Lowell, the others at Stoneham, 
Mass.: 

L Mai Emma^^ b. May 97, 190«. 

> ii. AuoB Fbanctb, b. S^t. 17, 1904. 

j ill. Edna Loxtxsb, b. Dec. 97, 1906. 

iy. DoBOTBnr Ruth, b. Apr. 19, 1909. 



114. Ethel May* Pitts {Norris W.^ Pitts, Lvke^ PiUs, 
Benjamin^ Pitts, SaUy^ HamiUan, Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Abd,* Dcmid}), daughter of Norris W.* and Edith L. (Simp- 
son) Pitts, was bom at Kennebunk, Maine, April 22, 1881. 

She married at Haverhill, Mass., December 24, 190S, 
Frederick Quimby of that town. 

Children, all bom at Haverhill: 

i. Mnj>Kwr> Eyxbson,^® b. July 11, 1906. 
ii. EuBAMOB LoinsB, b. Feb. 9St, 1906. 
lii. Fbxdbbigk Wautbb, b. Nov. 26, 1909. 



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Jfamnr Jl^amiltm 

#otirt|i ^neration 

& Jamxs^ HAMII.TON {Benjamin,* Ahdy^ DmidS), son 
of Benjamin* and Experience (Walker) Hamilton, was bom 
at Berwick, Maine, and was baptized in that town, August 

19. 1756. The exact date of his birth is unknown. 

He settled upon the farm in Waterborough, now owned 
by Mrs. Benjamin Peirce Hamilton. 

On April 5, 1787, at the first town meeting held in the 
town of Waterborough after its incorporation, at the 
dwelling-house of Captain John Smith, innholder, James 
EEamilton was chosen surveyor of highways and in 1788, 
he was chosen fence viewer and also tithing man. 

He married, about 1778, Elizabeth Ricker, bom July 

27. 1757, daughter of Joshua Ricker of Alfred, Maine. 
He died in Jime, 1795. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

9. i. Mabtha (Pattt)/ b. Sept. 4, 1779. 

10. ii. Jambb, b. Jan. 4, 1781. 

11. 111. John, b. Apr. 20, 1788. 
It. iv. Pkubtiab, b. Apr. 6, 1785. 
18. V. Bbtbbt, b. July 18, 1787. 

14. vi. Ltdia, b. Dec. 6, 1780. 

15. vii. AHiOAn*, b. Apr. 24, 1702. 

16. vni. Baif jAicm Rigksb, b. Jan. 18, 1705. 

S^ Alteration 

9. Mabtha (Pattt)* HAiin.TON (James,* Benjamin,* 
Abel,* David}), daughter of James^ and Elizabeth (Ricker) 

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3amai llaittiltoti 

Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 
4, 1779. 

She married, December 2S, 1802, Benjamin Peirce of 
Kittery, Maine, bom January S2, 1776, died at Water- 
borough, November 28, 1822, son of Dr. Daniel Peirce. 

She died at Waterborough, March 7, 1864. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

17. i. Jaiodb HAMnooN/ b. Oct. 8, 1808. 

18. ii. RtiTH Sabgsnt, b. Sept. 28, 1805. 

19. lii. Sabah, b. Apr. 80, 1808. 
90. iv. LncDiDA, b. Sept. 16, 1810. 

21. y. EuzA Olivbb, b. Dec. 28, 1812. 

22. vi. £iin.T Qlivs, b. Sept. 7, 1815. 



10. Jakes* Hamilton (James^^ Benjamin^* Ahd^ Daxnd^) , 
son of James^ and Elizabeth (Bicker) Hamilton, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, January 4, 1781, died there 
September 11, 1864. Upon the death of Ids father he 
assumed the care of his mother and younger brothers and 
sisters, a task which he performed with the utmost fidelity. 
, He lived and died in the house which his father erected 
when he first came to Massabesick Plantation, and which 
is now standing and is a part of the house occupied by Mrs. 
Benjamin P. Hamilton. He was a respected citiasen and 
died without an enemy. 

f^He married, December 25, 1806, Susanna BOQl of Philips- 
burg (now Hollis or Dayton), Maine, who died at Water- 
borough, January 6, 1864. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. EuKABVTH RicKBB,* b. Jan. 19, 1808; d. unmanied at 
Waterborough, May 6, 1845. 
9S. ii. OuvsB, b. May 8, 1810. 

84. iii. Noah, b. Not. 15, 1815. 

iy. Ruth PmiAN, b. Oct. 8, 1817; d. unmarried, June 4, 1875. 
V. Javbb, b. 1810; d. unmarried, Oct. 27, 1848. He was 

Captain of Co. £, 4th Begt., ted Brigade, Ist Division 

Maine Infantry. 

85. vi. Benjamin Pkibcs, b. Dec. 5, 1822. 

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11. Col. John* Hamii.ton {Jaines,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David?), son of James^ and Elizabeth (Ricker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 20, 178S. He 
was a man of affairs and possessed great military tastes, 
early holding the position of Colonel in the Militia of Maine, 
which he continued to hold until his untimely death by 
drowning at the mouth of the Saeo RiYer, September 6, 
1828. 

He married at Waterborough, March 28, 1811, Abigail 
Carle, bom at Waterborough, April 29, 1789, died at Port- 
land, Maine, July 1, 1865, daughter of John and Mary 
(Morrill) Carle and sister of Sarah Carle who married his 
brother, Benjamin Ricker Hamilton. 

Abigail Carle was also the sister of Peter Carle who 
married Abigail Hamilton, sister of Col. John and Benjamin 
Ricker Hamilton. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Patiencb,* b. Mar. 16, 1812; m. Rev. Joseph Geiry and d. 
at WaterboTought Oct. 5, 1886; no issue. 
26. ii. CHABUSt b. Jan. 26, 1814. 

iii. Layonia, b. Sept. 11, 1815; d. Mar. 80, 1817. 

iv. Layonia, b. Oct. 18, 1821; d. at Saco, Maine, June 8, 1851; 
m. Moses B. Hill, who d. at Saco, Mar. 26, 1851. Child: 
Charies H,' d. Feb. 18, 1849, aged mos. 

Y. Julia Fblch, b. Feb. 28, 1828, d. Sept. 11, 1826. 

12. Peletiah* HahiiiTon {James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
Daoid}), son of James^ and Elizabeth (Ricker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 6, 1785. Early 
in life he moved from Maine to Bath, N. H., where, for 
many years, he was a prominent citizen holding a position 
as selectman and assessor. 

He later removed to Troy, Vt., where he purchased a 
farm on which he lived the remainder of his days. He 
engaged in mercantile business to some extent but his 
principal business was fanning. He was methodical in 
his habits, upright in his dealings and highly esteemed in 
the community where he lived. 

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He married three times: first at Bath, N. H., in 1806, 
Hamiah Holman, bom February 9, 1789, died at Ryegate, 
Vt., May 14, 1814; secondly at Bath, Jime 26, 1815, Mary 
West, bom at Strafford, Vt., November 22, 1784, died at 
Troy, Vt., April 2, 1840; and thirdly at Stafford, Conn., 
in 1840, Mrs. Lydia Mason, bom at Brookfield, Vt., February 

28, 1796, daughter of Lemuel Adams and widow of 

Mason. 

He died at Troy, Vt., June 28, 1851, and was buried 
there. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Bath: 

27. i. Jambb,* b. Dec. d6» 1806. 

28. ii. John, b. July 0, 1808. 

29. iii. Chabubb McNbal, b. Aug. 6, 1810. 

iv. BsTBXT H., b. Nov. 15, 181S; d. unmamed at Troy, Not. 
12, 18S5. 

Children by second wife: 

y. Ltdia,* b. at Ryegate, Vt., Apr. 1, 1816; d. unmarried at 
Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 7, 1849. 

80. vi. Peiatiah, b. at Bath, May 28, 1818. 

▼ii. BCabt £., bom at Bath, Sept. 27, 1821, d. unmarried at 
Stafford, Ct., Nov. 8, 1844. 

81. viii. BENjAMm, b. at Troy, Oct. 5, 1828. 

82. iz. Gut Stouohton, b. at Troy, Apr. 1, 1826. 

z. Chbistdib, b. at Troy, Dec 8, 1828, d. there Aug. 15, 1880. 

A reproduction of the record of the family of Peletiah Hamilton aa 

kept by him in hu family Bible, aU except the entry of his own death and 

the death of his daughter, Lydia, in his own handwriting, appears on 

foOowing pages. 



13. Bbtset* Hamilton (James,^ Benjamin^* Ahdy^ 
Dcrnd})^ daughter of James^ and Elizabeth (Bicker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 18, 1787. 

She married first (intentions published November 15, 
1806), John Hill of Hollis (now Dayton), Maine, son of 

John and (Kenison) Hill; and secondly, March 7, 

18S4, George Dennett of Hollis. Both were farmers at 
Lyman, Maine. 

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She died at Dayton, October 26, 1869, and is buried 
there, in the Old Hill family cemetery. 

There is no record of the dates of the death of her 
husbands. 

Children by first husband, all bom at Hollis: 

88. i. HAMmroN/ b. Dec. 28, 1807. 

iL Mabtha, b. July 80, 1812; m. Apr. 88, 1884, Jeremiah Smith 
of Kemiebunk, Maine; nothing further is known of her. 

iiL PsLBTiAH, b. Sept. 1, 1814; d. at Tonawanda, N. Y., Apr. 
8, 1871; m. Oct 89, 1887, MehiUble D. Locke of Bidde- 
ford, Maine, who d. at Tonawanda, June 86, 1881, daughter 
of Simon and Miriam (Day) Locke; no issue. 

iv. Elizabeth Riguoi, b. Aug. 8, 1818; d. unmarried at Dayton, 
Apr. 17, 1868. 
84. V. John, b. Biar. 4, 1881. 



14. Lydia* Hamilton {JameSy^ Benjamin^* Abel,^ 
Dcmd?)y daughter of James^ and Elizabeth ^cker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 6, 1789. 
She lived at Saeo for a number of years and afterward 
removed to Calais, Maine, where she died February 11, 
1868, and was buried in Calais Cemetery. 

She married at Waterborough, May 19, 1811, Gershom 
Ricker. 

Children, bom at Biddef ord or Saco, Maine : 

^, i. Amn Gablakd,* b. June 18, 1818. 

ii. Elvira, d. at Baring, Maine, aged 16 years, 

iii. Joshua, d. at Saco, aged 16 years, 

iv. Abigail, d. at Saco, aged 18 years. 



15. Abigail* Hamilton {James^^ Benjamirty^ Abdj^ 
Daxnd})^ daughter of James^ and Elizabeth (Ricker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 24, 1792. 

She married, January 8, 1812, Peter Carle, bom September 
22, 1787, died November S, 1858, son of John and Mary 
(Morrill) Carle and brother of Sarah Carle who married 
her brotiier, Benjamin Ricker Hamilton. 

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3wntA Hmntlfon 

Peter Carle was also the brother of Abigail Carle who 
married Col. John Hamilton^ brother of Abigail and Ben- 
jamin Bicker Hamilton. 

For many years he kept a hotel at Carle's Comer, which 
place was named for him. He and his family subsequently 
removed to Baring, Maine, where his wife died April 24, 
1870. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

86. L Auinu,* b. Nov. 16» 1812. 

87. ii. John, b. Mxr. 6, 1815. 

88. iiL Sault, b. May 9, 1817. 
88. iv. Thomas, b. Mar. 29, 1890. 



18. Benj'abon Kicker* Hamilton (James;^ Benjamin^* 
Ahdy^ Dcand})y son of James^ and Elizabeth (Ricker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, January 18, 1795. 
He attended the district school at Waterborough Old 
Comer when in session during the winter months until he 
was sixteen years of age, where he "learned to read, write 
and cipher." At the age of sixteen he attended the Acad- 
emy at Limerick, then just organized, for two terms. There 
he began the study of the English grammar, which he 
subsequently introduced into the schools of Waterborough, 
in which he taught during the winter seasons for twenty- 
five years, the remainder of the time being devoted to 
farming, which subsequently became his sole occupation. 

He served his town as one of the school committee during 
the years 1824, 1825 and 1827; as town clerk in 18S2, col- 
lector of taxes in 1847; selectman, assessor and overseer 
of the poor during the years 1854, 1855, 1856 and 1857; 
in all of which positions he was a faithful, painstaking 
official. 

After the retirement of Rev. Henry Hobbs he was ap- 
pointed a justice of the peace, a commission which he held 
until his age unfitted him for its duties. During his con- 
tinuance in this office most of the local controversies, of 

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BKKiAHlN RiCKKB HAMILTON 




Sarah (Cari^) HAini,TON 



which there were many, were heard by him and his judicial 
fairness was well recognized in his jurisdiction. He was 
commonly known as '^Squire Hamilton." 

From youth to old age he was accustomed to read the 
Bible and was a supporter and attendant upon church 
services without regard to denominational belief. How- 
ever, in 187J2, he became connected with the Calvin Baptist 
Church at Waterborough Centre, which was the Inti- 
mate successor of the church of the same denomination, 
whose organization had been allowed to lapse, somewhere 
between 18S0 and 1840. He was an advocate of all moral 
reforms, especially of temperance, and was president of 
the first temperance organization in the town. 

He was slow of movement and deliberate in his speech, 
yet his mind worked logically and with more than usual 
accuracy. He was a public-spirited citizen and an upright 
man. He died at Waterborough, September 25, 1878, 
lamented by all who knew him. 

He married, June 23, 1818, Sarah Carle, bom August 4, 
1796, daughter of John and Mary (Morrill) Carle, and sister 
of Abigail Carle who married his brother. Col. John Hamil- 
ton. She was also the sister of Peter Carle who married 
Abigail Hamilton, sister of Benjamin Ricker and Col. 
John Hamilton. 

The locality in which she was bom afforded at that time 
absolutely no opportunities for obtaining a knowledge of 
the outer world, and such education as she received was 
acquired in her home life and especially after her marriage, 
which took place at the early age of seventeen years. She 
soon took on the joys and burdens of motherhood, and to 
her were bom seven children — six boys and one girl. 
She possessed a physique of great endurance, a strong 
natural mental endowment and a determined wiU. Quick 
in thought and action, it may well be conceived that she 
was the inspiring spirit in the household over which she 
presided, and of which she was in fact the mistress. She 
was somewhat austere in her appearance and gave expres- 

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sion to her views in a manner which commanded respect 
if not always conviction. 

Her nature was profoundly religious, and after the work 
of the week had been performed and the necessary labor 
of the Sabbath finished, she would spend a large part of 
the holy afternoon surrounded by her family in reading the 
Scriptures and hymns from a little hymn book which she 
cherished with unwonted care. There, sitting in the middle 
of the kitchen in her little home-made rocking chair, the 
sun pouring its rich radiance through the great western 
window, she would raise her spectacles to the top of her head, 
close her eyes, and ponder as did Mary of old; a picture of 
faith, peace and hope which through all the years has lingered 
in the heart of one to whom those hours were the most 
sacred of boyhood life. 

Her death occurred at Waterborough, November 12, 1876. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

Pobtkb/ b. Mar. 1, 1814. 

AuaszOt b. Oct. 1, 1816. 

BxNJAiON Frankun, b. Feb. 80, 1819. 

JasoK, b. Mat. 10, 1821. 

Auinu Cable, b. Jan. 15, 1888. 

John, b. June 10, 1889. 

Saiiuel Kino, b. July 87, 1887. 



iMxt^ feneration 

17. James Hamilton* Peirce, M.D. {Martha^ HamiUan^ 
JameSf^ Benjamin,* AheU^ David}), son of Benjamin and 
Martha* (Hamilton) Peirce, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, October 8, 1808. He lived at Waterborough Old 
Comer; was the leading physician of the town during his 
lifetime, and a most excellent citizen. Modest in his 
demeanor, he avoided public office and everything that 
savored of notoriety. His skill and tender ministrations 
on July 27, 1887, made the writing of this volume possible. 
He was a prominent member of the First Baptist Church 

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Lorr B. (ArrunoK) Prwk 



of which he was clerk from March 29, 18S4 to March 20, 
1851. 

He married, November IS, 18SS, Lucy Brown Appleton 
of Buxton, Maine. Mrs. Peirce was a woman of attractive 
appearance, of stately carriage and of commanding intellect* 
She was highly respected in the community in which she 
lived, and was conspicuous in all good works. She died 
July 27, 1906. 

He died at Waterborough, August S, 1878, universally 
lamented. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

47. i. BxNJAMnf Frankun,' b. Feb. S, 18S5. 

48. ii. Danisl Afpubton, b. Apr. 21, 18S7. 

iii. HowABD Malcolm, b. June 15, 1889; d. at Waterboioiigli. 
Aug. 27, 1848. 

49. iy. LucT Bbown, b. Mar. 24, 1842. 

y. EiOLT Jbwett, b. Noy. 22, 1844. Her early life was spent 
in the care of her father and mother with filial deyoUon, 
and she now occupies with her sister, Mrs. Blaisdell, the 
old homestead. She inherited her father's genial disposi- 
tion and her mother's courtly appearance and is much 
beloyed. 

50. yi. Jambb, b. Dec. 9, 1848. 

yii. Idabsl, b. Nov. 18, 1851; d. at Waterborough, Jan. 21, 1868. 

18. Ruth Sargent* Peirce {Martha^ HamilUm, Jamea^^ 
Benjamin f Abel^ Daivid}), daughter of Benjamin and 
Martha^ (Hamilton) Peirce, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, September 28, 1805. 

She married, November 17, 1826, James Bickford, bom 
at Buxton, Maine, May 8, 1798, died there January 28, 
1884. He was a manufacturer of pottery, which business 
he carried on at Buxton during the greater part of his life 
and became justly famed for the high character of his 
manufacture. 

She died at Buxton, March 29, 1852. 

Children, all bom at Buxton: 

i. Abigail Wabben,' b. Nov. 7, 1827; d. unmarried at Buxton, 
Sept. 6, 1855. 

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3mnti Hamilton 

11. Mabtha Euzabsth, b. Sept. !I0, 1829; d. unmanied »t 
Saoo, Maine, Aug. 2, 1899. She was a teadier. 

iii. Bbnjaihn Pbibce, b. May 14, 1888; d. at Buxton* Oct 19» 
1884. 

iv. CuMEsmfA Peibcb, b. Feb. 18, 1886; d. unmarried at 
Buxton, Feb. 25, 1886. She was a teadier. 

51. V. Mabt Louisa Sabgknt, b. Mar. 22, 1841. 

52. vi. Eva Madbuns, b. Mar. 18, 1844. 



19. Sabah* Peibce {Martha^ HamUion, James,^ Ben- 
jamiftf* Ahdy^ Dcmd})^ daughter of Benjamin and Martha*^ 
(Hamilton) Peirce, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
April SO, 1808. 

She married, May 6, 18S4, William Young of Kennebunk, 
Maine, who died at Milo, Maine, August 27, 1896. 

She died at Milo, January 19, 1902. 

They lived at Eennebunk five years, then removed to 
Levant, now Kenduskeag, Penobscot County, where they 
resided thirty-two years, and in 1871 removed to Milo, 
Piscataquis County. 

Children: 

i. Mabt Hklen,' b. at Kennebunk, March 15, 1886. 
58. li. William Peibce, b. at Kennebunk, July IS, 1889. 

iii. Mabtin Edwin, b. at Kenduskeag, Mar. 81, 1842. On 
Sc^t. 10, 1862, he enlisted in the 22d Begt Maine 
Vol. Inf. and was mustered into the U. S. service as a 
Quarter-master's Sergeant on Oct. 18, 1862, to serve 
nine months. He died at his home in Kenduskeag, Oct. 
8, 1868, from disease contracted in the army. 



20. LuciNDA* Peirce {Martha^ Hamilton^ Jamea^^ Ben- 
jamin^ Abd^ David}) ^ daughter of Benjamin and Martha*^ 
(Hamilton) Peirce, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
September 16, 1810. 

She married, November 27, 18S4, Rev. John Langdon 
Simpson of York (Cape Neddock), Maine, bom July 24, 
1811, died at Clinton, Maine, May 5, 1861. 

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I H. (Fbost) Hauilton 



Hu; Bmcenbantt 

She died at Saco, Maine, July 6, 1892, and both were 
buried at Clinton. 

Child, bom at Vassalboro, Maine: 
54. L Chaburb Pbibcb,' b. Dec. 1, 1885. 



SI. EuzA OuYER* Peirce {Martha* Hamilton^ Jamesy^ 
Benjamin^* Abd^* D<wid?)y daughter of Benjamin and Martha' 
(Hamilton) Peirce, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
December 28, 1812. 

She married in April, 18S7, Josiah Clark of Kennebunk, 
Maine, who died at Westboro, Mass., December 28, 1894. 

She died at Westboro, February 24, 1904. 

Children: 

i. Ahbt,' b. at Salem, Mass., Aug. 7, 1888; m. at Vassalboro, 
Maine, Noy. 25, 1858, Daniel £. Dudley, son of True- 
worthy and Lydia Dudl^; no issue. They reside at 
Westboro, Mass. 

ii. Alyah, b. at Buxton, Maine, Apr. 12, 1841; d. at lim- 
ington (Steep Falls), Maine, Jan. 29, 1851. 



ZZ. EmLY Olive* Peirce {Martha^ Hamilton, James,^ 
Benjamiriy* Abely* Damd^)y daughter of Benjamin and 
Martha^ (Hamilton) Peirce, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, September 7, 1815. 

She married Moses Jewett of Calais, Maine, who died 
there December 25, 1865. 

She died at Milo, Maine, February S, 1898. 

Child: 

i. Aknib Judson,^ b. about 1850; m. about 1872, John N. 
Ames of Chelsea, Mass. and d. May 5, 1879; no isbue. 



83. Oliver* Hamilton {James,* Jamss,^ Benjamin^* 
Abdy* Dcarid})y son of James^ and Susanna (Hill) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, May 3, 1810. He had 
only the educational advantages of the common district 

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Jfamm HamtUon 

school. He was a man of strong and profound convictions, 
but lacking in the suavity which characterized his father. 
His mind seemed to partake of the strength of his body. 
He was an old-time athlete and for many years was pro- 
nounced physically the most powerful man in the town. 

During his entire life he took an active interest in the 
public affairs of the town and was one of its selectmen for 
a number of years, also a representative to the state legis- 
lature in the session of 1860. 

He married, March 18, 18S7, Maria Howard Frost, bom 
June 18, 1817, died June 22, 1900, daughter of Peter Frost 
of Waterborougfa. 

He died at Biddeford, Maine, March 8, 1891. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Phkbx Fbobt/ b. July 15, 1888; d. at Waterborou^ fiCar. 

19. 1848. 
li. Gbkeniteld, b. Jan. 1841; d. at Waterborough, Jan. 11, 
1841. 
OLmcB Gut, b. F^. 14, 1848. 
Eu2SABSTH RicKXB, b. May 8, 1846; d. at Waterborougb, 

June 7, 1861. 
Jamsb Howabd, b. June 24, 1849. 
Ctbbna Fbost, b. July 25, 1852. 
▼ii. Mabia Fbost, b. Feb. 10, 1855; d. Feb. 10, 1855. 

24. Noah* Hamilton {Jamesy^ James,^ Benjamin^* Ahd,* 
Daridy)^ son of James^ and Susanna (Hill) Efamilton, was 
bom at Waterborough, Maine, November 15, 1815. Like 
his brothers, he enjoyed the benefits of the district school, 
and early in life bcKsame a farmer in Waterborougfa, later in 
Kennebunk, Maine. 

He was a man of marked individuality of opinion and 
nothing could swerve him from his convictions. 

He married in 1845, Clarissa Leaver, bom at Water- 
borough, April 21, 1828, died at Kennebunk, Maine, May 
25, 1905. 

He died at Buxton, Maine, November SO, 1882, and both 
are buried at Waterborough. 

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Ehilt (Cleubnt) Hamilton 



U^iA BeKtenbantt 



Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Jaiobb Hbibt/ b. Apr. 86, 1840; d. in ii 
ii. Emut Fbahctb* b. Apr. 10, 1848; <L immarriedL July 8» 
1878. 
58. ill. FiDBLiA Ann, b. July 10, 1850. 
50. iv. Sabah Ann, b. Aug. 21, 1852. 
00. ▼. SuBAN Adblaidb, b. Feb. 2, 1854. 

▼i. Clara Auoubta, b. Nov. 10, 1850; m. at Biddeford, Maine, 
Dec. 85, 1875, James William Mesenre of Buxton, Maine, 
and d. at Buxton, May 85, 1808; no issue. 
viL Bute Anobua, b. 1858; d. in ii 



25. Benjamin Pesircb* Hamilton {James,^ James^^ 
jamin^^ Abd,* David}) , son of James* and Susanna (Hill) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 
5, 1822. He had the usual district school education. He 
was more or less of an invalid in early life, but in middle 
age became entirely restored and was a strong and vigorous 
man to the day of his death, which occurred at Water- 
borough July 25, 1886. 

He took an interest in public affairs and was well equipped 
in town, state and national matters. He took a lively in- 
terest in all matters relating to education and took great 
pride in giving his children collegiate courses. 

He married. May 2, 1862, Emily Clement of Brownfield, 
Maine. Mrs. Hamilton is a woman of remarkable strength 
of character, and after her husband's death, carried out 
their joint desires for the education of their children, all of 
whom are now occupying important and honorable positions 
in the world's work. She resides at Waterborough on the 
farm cleared by her husband's grandfather, James^ Hamil- 
ton. She is a daughter of Clark and Lorania (Bean) 
Clement. Obadiah Clement, her great great grandfather, 
emigrated from France to Quebec, Canada, and is said to 
have built the first mills in Quebec, which were burned 
during Queen Anne's war. From Quebec the family came 
to Kingston, New Hampshire, in 1742, and subsequently 
to Maine. Her mother, Lorania Bean, descended from John 

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Gibson, who settled in Cambridge, Mass., in 18S4. He 
has had many distinguished descendants who have had mili- 
tary tastes and who participated in Sang Philip's War, the 
French and Indian War, the Revolutionary War, the War of 
1812, the Mexican War and the Civil War. Among his 
descendants now living are Senator Paris Gibson of Mon- 
tana and Charles Dana Gibson, the artist. Mrs. Hamilton 
also counts among her ancestors John Whitman, who settled 
in Weymouth, Mass., in 16S8, and among his descendants 
are Walt Whitman, the poet, and Marcus Whitman, who 
crossed the Rocky Mountains and helped to save the region 
west of the Missouri River to the United States. 
Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

L EusABSiH BicUDt,* b. Dec. 22, 186S; m. Apr. 6, 1887, 
Frank Henry' Hobbs, MJ>. {Euran F.* Hobba, AhiffaU* 
Hamilton, Benjamin,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Davids). For 
jhunily see page 101. She was graduated from the Gorham 
Normal School, Gorham, Maine, in the dass of 1881, and 
was a successful teacher prior to her marriage. 

iL Ruth Iicogxnx, b. Dec. 17, 1865. She has been a teacher 
in the public schools of Harrison, Waterborough and Bruns- 
wick, Maine, and Hampton, N. H. She now resides at 
Waterborough with her mother and assists in the mainte- 
nance of the old home. 

m. Levi Gut, b. Dec. 2, 1868; d. at Waterborough, Mar. 19, 
1880. 

IT* Fbancsb Mabt, b. May 29, 1878; was graduated from the 
Gorham Normal School, in the daas of 1904, and is now 
a teacher in the public sdiools in the City of Everett, Mass. 

y. BxMJiOiiN Pbibcb, b. July 9, 1875. He was graduated from 
Bowdoin College, class of 190£. In college he was a man- 
ber of the Beta Theta Pi Society and won varsity letter 
in both track athletics and football. Since 1902 he has 
been at the head of the Department of Physics and Chem- 
istry in the De Lancey School of Philadelphia, and lecturer 
in tiie Drexel Institute of Arts, Science and Literature. 

vL Efus Lorania, b. Feb. 9, 1877. She was graduated from 
Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, dass of 1904, with a 
degree of A3. For some years she was a teacher in 
Thornton Academy, Saco, Maine, since which time she 
has been at the Chelten Hills School for Girls, Philadd- 

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CbAHLIB HAUtLTON 




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lite BeKceitbantt 

9ie spent the yean 1008 and 1900 in Cuba; in 1910 
she was a teacher in tJbe Rockland BSgh School, Rockland, 
Maine, and is at present in the Wissahicken EUghts 
School for Girls in Philadelphia. 
viL Jambs QuvaB, b. Aug. 18, 1879. He was graduated from 
Bowdoin College, dass of 1902. While in college he was 
a member of the Beta Theta Pi Flratemity; was an all- 
round athlete, member of the track team for four yean, 
winning in the New England InterooUegiate meets at 
Worcester, and holder of Maine Inta^x>l]egiate records in 
the high jump. He has been submaster of the BeUows 
Falls, Vt., High School; physical director and teacher of 
science and mathematics, Bordentown Military Institute, 
New Jersey; physical director and teacher of science in 
the Episcopal Academy, Philaddphia, and since July, 
1906, has carried on a mercantile business in Camaguty, 
Cuba. 



186. Charles* Habolton {Ccl. Johrij^ James^^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,* Damd^), son of Col. JoW and AbigaS (Carle) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough» Maine, January 26, 1814. 
He was engaged in the lumber business at Baring, Maine, 
and afterwards was a merchant in Portland, Maine; later 
he engaged in the lumber business at St. John, New Bruns- 
wick, which he continued to about the time of his death. 

In 1845 he served as a member of the school committee 
of Baring and in 1848 and 1850, selectman and overseer of 
the poor. 

He married, December 21, 18S7, Adeline Dunn, bom June 
22, 1817, died at St. John, January 22, 1878, daughter of 
Moses Dunn of Hollis (Salmon Falls), Maine. 

He died at St. John, November 4, 1899, and he and his 
are buried there. 

Child, bom at Hollis, Maine: 

61. i. Jamsb Feamkun,* b. Oct. 0, 1888. 



27. James* Hamu/ton {Peletiah,* James,^ Benjamin,* 
AM,* DaoidS), son of Peletiah* and Hannah (Holman) 

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was bom at Bath, N. H., December 26» 1806. 
He lived for many years at Troy, Vt., where he was deacon 
in the Congregational Church and also held the office of 
shenff. 

In 1850 he went to California, where he engaged in 
fanning. 

He married at LoweU, Vt., September 1, 18S1, Jane Ann 
Woods of Lowell, bom December 10, 1807, died at South 
Troy, Vt., May 10, 1857. 

He died at San Francisco, Cal., March 16, 1855, and was 
buried there. 

Children, all bom at Troy : 

i. Zbtowa Attbbtb,' b. Nov. 7, 1882, d. by drowniiig m the 
Munsoo River, Vt., July 18, 1841. 

SS. ii. Chabubb Sxndal^ b. Oct. 19, 1884. 

88. in. BoaAUTHT Ann, b. July 4, 1887. 

04. iv. Maxt Janb, b. Aug. d4, 1840. 

05. V. LucT Amelia, b. Apr. 7, 1848. 
00. vi. Hnnbt EasKnnB, b. June 7, 1847. 
07. vii. Jameb Zklora, b. Aug. 14, 1849. 



28. John* Haioltgn {Pdetiah^^ James,* Benjamin,* 
Abel,* Bound?), son of Peletiah* and Hannah (Holman) 
Hamilton, was bom at Bath, N. H., July 9, 1808. He was 
a farmer and was also engaged in brick making; later he 
engaged in the manufacture of starch, having a mill at 
Jay, Vt., and one at Troy, Vt., at which place he lived and 
held many town offices. 

He married first at Troy, November 11, 1880, Laura 
Sawtell, bom at Chester, Vt., April 29, 1806, died at Troy, 
February 28, 1868, daughter of Silas Parkhurst and Betsey 
Sawtell; and secondly at South Troy, December 27, 1868, 
Mrs. Aurella (Sawtell) Bixby, bom at Chester, Vt., July 1, 
1812, died at North Troy, October 16, 1902. She was the 
widow of Moses Bixby and a sister of his first wife. 

He died at Troy, April 27, 1886. 



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CuBi^ McNkal HAmLTOM, M. D. 



Children by first wife, all bom at Troy : 

<I8. i. Laubstta FaofcaB,' b. Sept. 1» 1882. 
60. ii. SoFHiA CHBomra, b. Oct 80, 1888. 

70. iii. JoBBFHDia Eubabsth, b. Aug. S4, 1885. 

29. Chablbs McN£al* Haaoltgn, M.D. (Peletioft/ 
JamsSf^ Benjamin^* Abet,* Damd})^ son of Peletiah* and 
Hannah (Holman) Hamilton, was bom at Bath, N. H., 
August 6, 1810. He was a physician and practiced at Troy, 
Vt., for some years. 

In 1888 he settled in Dayton, Ohio, and later removed 
to other western towns, where he continued the practice 
of his profession. He and his wife were members of the 
Baptist Church. He served in the Civil War. 

He married three times: first at Troy, Vt., March 2, 18S5, 
Jane Holman Carey, bom at Westfidd, Vt., December SI, 
1810, died at Palestine, Dl., May SI, 1857, daughter of 
Cyrus and Abigail (Keith) Carey; secondly at Palestine, 
m., March 4, 1858, Jane Howe, bom at Patriot, Ind., died 
at Greenville, HI., in 1861; and thirdly at Cairo, HI., in 
March, 1862, Mrs. Clarissa (Wade) Butler, "bom at New 
Milford, Pa., May 29, 182S, died at Brandon, Wis., March 
27, 1895, daughter of Sylvanus Wade of Greenbush, Wis., 
and widow of T. D. Butler of Milwaukee, Wis. 

He died at Greenbush, April 2, 1882. 

Children by first wife: 

i. Julia Fbancbb/ b. at Troy, Nov. 18, 1885; d. Nov. 20, 1885. 

71. ii. Chablbb Babd, b. at Troy, Jan. 81, 1888. 

72. iii. Lucia Jans, b. at Dayton, O., Dec. 7, 1840. . 

78. iv. Fhanceb Haven, b, at Terre Haute, Ind., May 81, 1848. 
V. Julia Abbie, b. at Palestine, HI., Aug. 16, 1846; d. unmanned 

at Greenbush, Jan. 15, 1871. 
vL Hembt Lagow, b. at Palestine, July 16, 1849; d. unmanned 

at Greenbush, in 1875. 
vii. WiUiiAM Qbla, b. at Palestine, Oct 28, 1852, d. there Sept. 

1, 1858. 

Child by second wife, bom at Palestine: 

viiL Boy (unnamed), b. Dec. 1858; d. in infancy. 

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Children by third wife, bom at Greenville: 

74. iz. JsNKia Wadb, b. Sept. 21, 1864. 

75. X. NbUiIB Mat, b. Aug. 5, 1806. 

80. Pbubtiah* Hamilton {Pdetiahy* James,* Benjamin,^ 
Abd,* Damd})^ son of Peletiah* and Mary (West) Hamilton, 
was bom at Bath, N. H., May 28, 1818. In March, 1868, 
he removed from Dayton, Ohio, to Crawford County, 111. 
In early life he was a carpenter and builder, but while 
living in Dayton he engaged in the marble business, and in 
Illinois carried on farming extensively. 

In politics he was a Republican; in religious belief, a 
Baptist. He was a prominent Mason and Odd Fellow, 
also a Son of Temperance during the life of that organization. 

He married at Dayton, June 29, 1852, Charlotte C. 
Houghtelin, bom at Auburn, N. Y., died at Dayton, Novem- 
ber 12, 1009. 

He died in Crawford County, HI., September 22, 1875, 
and both he and his wife are buried there. 

Children, all bom at Dayton: 

76. i. WiLUAK HouoHTBiaD7,' b. July 5, 185S. 

ii. Chabudb Gut, b. July 25, 1855; d. at Dayton, Sept. 2, 1861. 

iii. Katb, b. July 11, 1858; m. Oct 16, 1883, OUver G. Bristow 
of Birds, lU., who d. at Moberly, Mo., Sept. 8, 1899; no 
issue. Mrs. Bristow has resided since her husband's death, 
at Dayton, Ohio, where she is greatly respected. While 
generally interested in all that pertains to the public wel- 
fare, she has done much for the education and uplift of 
her sex; and especially in connection with the public 
schools. Her intimate knowledge of her family has aided 
materially in the production of this work. 

iv. NflnnB, b. Dec. 5, 1859; d. in Crawford Co., DL, BCar. 22, 
1874. 

V. Jennie, b. June 9, 1862; d. June 9, 1862. 

77. vi. John, b. Sept. 25, 1864. 

31. Benjamin^ Hahilton {Pdetiah^* Ja$n£Sf* Benjamin^^ 
Abel,* David}), son of Peletiah* and Mary (West) Hamilton, 
was bom at TVoy, Vt., October 5, 182S. He left his home in 

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Benjamin* Hauilton 




GvT SrooaRTON Hamilton 



ll^ii BeiBicenbatitt 

Vermont at the early age of eighteen years, and settled 
at Lawrenceville, Lawrence County, Illinois. In about 
1868 he moved to Jasper County and settled near West 
liberty, where he resided until 1888, when he again went 
West, locating near Kelseyville, Lake County, California, 
where he died. 

He was a school teacher for a period of more than twenty- 
five years, and after retiring from that profession, followed 
farming the remainder of his life. YHule in Jasper County 
he was a number of times elected a justice of the peace 
and served with credit to himself and with satisfaction to 
the litigants. During his entire life he took a lively interest 
in governmental affairs, not for his own benefit, but for the 
good of the community in which he lived. He was a life- 
long member of the Missionary Baptist Church. 

He married in Lawrence County, September 15, 1858, 
Clarissa Ann Culbertson, bom January 12, 18S5, died in 
Jasper County, June 18, 1888. 

He died near Kelseyville, Lake County, Cal., April 14, 1896. 

Children, the first five bom in Lawrence County, the 
' others in Jasper County: 

i. Annis,^ b. Dec. 17, 1859; d. unmairied at South Bend, 

Washington, Apr. 24, 1905. 
ii. James Peletiah, b. Aug. 9, 1861; d. in Lawrence Co., May 

24, 1862. 

78. iii. Abraham Lincoln, b. May 24, 186S. 

iv. Edward Eyhrbtt, b. June 25, 1865; d. unmarried in Jasper 
Co., Oct. 28, 1885. 

V. Lizzn Jans, b. Nov. 28, 1867; d. unmarried near Kelsey- 
ville, Apr. 18, 1890. 

79. vi. Jacob CinLBEBTSON, b. Dec. 26, 1869. 

80. vii. John Erskine, b. Feb. 24, 1872. 

81. viii. LuEUiA, b. July 12, 1874. 

iz. Harrt West, b. Sept. 27, 1877; d. near Kelseyville, Jan. 
27, 1892. 

32. Guy Stoughton* Hamilton (Pdetiak^^ James,^ Ben- 
jamin^* Abd,* David}), son of Peletiah* and Mary (West) 
Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., April 1, 1826. In 1852 

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he went to California with the Argonauts, remaining there 
for a period of two years at work in the mines, when he 
returned to Vermont for his family, whom he took to 
Nevada, where he carried on the business of farming and 
stock raising for some years, after which he removed to 
Healdsburg, Sonoma County, California, and engaged in the 
same business. 

He married first, July S, 1845, Ann Foster of Woon- 
socket, R. I., who died at Sacramento, Cal., January 12, 
1891; and secondly Mrs. Hattie Clifford of Austin, Nev., 
who died at Healdsburg, Cal., May 20, 1906. 

He died at Healdsburg, January 20, 1907. 

Children by first wife: 

82. i. PbUDEKCB Ann,' b. at Woduocket, R. I., Dec. 18, 18i6. 
88. ii. Fhancis WnjiiAic, b. at North Troy» Vt., Aug. 16» 1849. 

iii. Emma Laurbttb, b. at Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 9, 1859; d. 
there June 14, 1872. 

33, Hamilton^ Hill {Betsey^ HamilUm, Jarnes,^ Ben- 
jamin,* Abelf* David}) 9 son of John and Betsey^ (Hamilton) 
Hilly was bom at Hollis, Maine, December 28, 1807. 

He married, November 21, 1883, Miriam Hill of Lyman, 
Maine, who died at Saco, Maine, December 80, 1884, 
daughter of David and Sally (Wadlin) HiU. 

He died at Dayton, Maine, January 81, 1879, and he 
and his wife are buried at Lyman. 

Children, the first seven bom at Hollis, the others at 
Dayton: 

i. Ltdia Akn,^ b. Oct. 16, 1885; d. unmarried at Charlestown, 

Mass., Feb. 24, 1896. 
ii. LudNDA Pkibce, b. about 1886; m. George Berry of Great 
Falls, N. H., and d. about 1860. Child: Imogene*. 
Mabtha, b. about 1889; d. aged three years. 
Mabtha Elekabiith, b. Feb. 1848; d. unmarried at Bidde- 

ford, Maine, BCar. 25, 1892. 
Elviba Rigkbb, b. Jan. 2, 1846. 
OcTAVDB Wabbbn, b. Aug. 80, 1848. 
▼ii. AsviLLA Miriam, b May 28, 1851. 
viii. Mbhitabia Locxb, b. Aug. 21, 1854. 

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IV. 


84. 


V. 


85. 


vi. 




Samdbl Ttlek Kini 




Ann G. (Hicker) Kin 



iz. Blub Hoopbb, b. June 22, 1857; m. at Dftyton, May 1, 
1886, Bfn. Sarah £. Whitehead, widow of John W. White> 
head and daughter of Enoch W. and Mary (Clark) HiU; 
no issue. 

34. John* Hill {Betsey^ HamUUm^ James^^ Benjamin^* 
Abelf^ Damd})^ son of John and Betsey'^ (Hamilton) Hill, 
was bom at Hollis, Maine, March 4, 1821. 

He married first Caroline Dow of Lyman, Maine, who 
died September 18, 1847, daughter of John and Betsey 
(Gordon) Dow; and secondly Mrs. Mary (Peirce) Hill, 
widow of Valentine HSl of Lyman, Maine. She died at 
Charlestown, Mass., May 26, 1908. He died at Charles- 
town, July 2, 1911. 

Children by second wife: 

i. Fbank FuiaUBR,' b. at Dayton, Maine, Aug. 1, 1850; m. 

at Boston, in 1874, Mary Ford of Charlestown, Mass.; 

d. at Charlestown, Aug. 5, 1905. Child: Marjorie.* 
ii. Cabolzns, b. at Biddeford, Maine, in 1851; d. in 1854. 
iii. Cabolzns Euzabxtth, b. at Dayton, Aug. 1854; d. un- 

nuunied at Charlestown, Aug. 1879. 
iv. Alice Peibcb, b. at Dayton, Sept. 88, 1858; d. at Westbrook, 

Maine, Oct 19, 180S. 
y. Gabdneb EDGBCoiffB, b. at Dayton, June 28, 1800. 
vi. John, b. at Westbrook, in 1802; d. in infancy. 
87. vii. John Ajleebt, b. at libbytown, Maine, Sept. 2, 1804. 

35. Ann Garland^ Ricker {LydMfi HamiUonf James,* 
Benjamin,^ Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Gershom and Lydia'^ 
(Hamilton) Ricker, was bom at Biddeford, Maine, June 
18, 1812. 

She married Samuel Tyler King, bom January 9, 1811, 
died at Chicago, HI., January 9, 1891. He was mayor of 
the city of Calais, Maine, for the year 1868. He carried on 
an extensive lumber business at Calais and Baring, Maine, 
and later at St. John, New Brunswick. He was a man of 
large business experience and was highly respected in the 
various communities in which he lived. He graciously gave 
to the author of this book his name. 

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She died at Calais, August 12, 1860, and she and her 
husband are buried in the Calais Cemetery. 
Children, all bom at Upper Mills, St. Stephen, N. B. : 

L Elviba Amr/ b. Apr. 8, 18S7; d. at Upper Milb, Oct. 2» 
ISM. 
88. u. CHABLas WmLABD, b. ICsy 7, 1889. 

iii. HnrBT Habbibok, b. June 80, 1841; d. at Calab» Feb. 8, 
1886; m. Bebeoca Wiley of Calais, wbo d. there. ChOd: 
Floreiioe Wiley.' 
80. iv. BosEUCA BiCKBB, b. Nov. 21, 1844. 

V. Samuxl, b. Nov. 11, 1848; d. by drowning at Kingiville» 
N. B., June 10, 1871. 

90. vi. HoBACB, b. Nov. 22, 1862. 

88. AutfiBA* Cablb (Abigails HamUUm^ James^* Ben- 
jamin^* Abet,^ DaoidS)^ daughter of Peter and Abigail* 
(Hamilton) Carle, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
November 16, ISlJi. 

She married, July 11, 1830, Nathaniel Lamb, bom July 
IS, 1808, died at Baileyville, Maine, June 4, 1880. 

She died at Milltown, New Brunswick, December 10, 1887, 
and both are buried at Calais, Maine. 

Children: 

91. i. Sbth T0BNKB,' b. at Milltown, Maine, Apr. 26, 1881. 

iL AiiBBBT, b. at Milltown, Maine, Jan. 25, 1885; d. Dec. 80, 
1804; m. at Calais, Maine, Oct. 11, 1854, Sarah A. Wakbon 
of Milltown, Maine, b. Oct 11, 1835; d. May 8, 1864. 
Child: Franklin Freenum*, b. at Calab, July 22, 1856; d. 
at Baileyville, Maine, May 12, 1865. 

iii BviSBT, b. at Milltown, Maine, Nov. 14, 1886; d. Nov. 27, 
1886. 

iv. Pbtbb Cablb, b. at Alexander, Maine, July 20, 1840; d. Nov. 
7, 1892; m. at Calais, Maine, Apr. 21, 1873, Sarah G. 
Manson of Milltown, Maine, b. Apr. 21, 1840. Child: 
Frank Manson,' b. June 7, 1876; d. June 25, 1876. 

92. V. Jambb, b. at Milltown, Maine, May 21, 1843. 

98. vi. AmfA Caboumb, b. at Milltown, Maine, Apr. 12, 1849. 



87* John* Carle {Abigail^ HamiUon, JameSf^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,* Damd}), son of Peter and Abigail* (Hamilton) Carle, 

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HuK BtflicetibmttK 

was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 6, 1815. He was 
a farmer. 

He married first at Calais, Maine, June SO, 1886, Louisa 
Waldron of Calais, who died at Princeton, Maine, January 
28, 1856; and secondly at Calais, July S, 1856, Mrs. Mary 
O'Brien of that city. She resides with her daughter at 
Fort Townsend, Wash. 

He died at Princeton, Maine, February 2, 1895, and is 
buried there. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Princeton. 

i. LuciNDA,' b. Sept. 19, 18S7; d. unmarried at Princeton» 
May 28, 1859. 

94. iL Eltira, b. Apr. 1, 1889. 

95. m. Ruth Abigao^ b. Sept. 14, 1841. 

iy. LivoMiA HAMmroN, b. May 27, 1848; d. at Princeton, Oct. 

5,1858. 
y. Mabt, b. Jan. 20, 1845; d. at Princeton, July 18, 1859. 
vi. Geoboe, b. Aug. 26, 1846; d. at Princeton, Nov. 14, 1858. 

96. vii. Joshua Ricker, b. Feb. 16, 1848. 

viii. Emerson, b. Aug. 29, 1849; d. at Princeton, Aug. 17, 1852. 
ix. Adeline Dunn, b. Nov. 20, 1851; d. at Princeton, Aug. 11, 

1852. 
z. John Dunn, b. May 11, 1858; d at Princeton, June 1, 1858. 

Children by second wife, all bom at Princeton: 

zi. John Emerson, b. Aug. 7, 1857; d. at Princeton, Aug. 10, 

1858. 
zii. Ida Estellb, b. Nov. 7, 1858; d. at Princeton, Nov. 10, 
1861. 

97. ziii. George Evander, b. July 7, 1861. 
ziv. Auhra Jobepbdye, b. Sept. 2, 1862. 

98» zv. Elizabeth Ebtella, b. Jan. 21, 1864. 

88. Sally* Carle (Abigail^ HamUUm, James,* Benjamin, * 
Abd^^ Damdy), daughter of Peter and Abigail^ (Hamilton) 
Carle, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, May 9, 1817. 

She married, March 14, 1889, Rev. Levi Cobb Dmm of 
Alexander, Maine, who died at Qrono, Maine, September 18, 
1894. He was a Methodist minister; a member of the East 
Conference. She died at Qrono, March 21, 1907. 

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Children: 

99. i. BoosBLL CoLUMB,* b. at Machias, BCaine, July 25, 1840. 
ii. Almqll Lamb, b. at Marion, Maine, Aug. 14, 1844; m. June 

80, 1884, Jefemiah S. Paine; no iamie. She resides at 

Qrono, BCaine. 
ill. EiaoRT Cable, b. at Akiander, BCaine, Apr. 8, 1846; d. at 

Aknndria, Va., May 17, 1865. 

100. iv. Olin Cobb, b. at Atennder, Apr. 6, 1848. 

101. V. Lauba Janb, b. at Alexander, Sept. 18, 1840. 

vi. SAinnsL ChASKBOH, b. at Fdmkfort, Maine* Mar. 10, 1852; 
d. Mar. «7, 1852. 

viL WiuiAM Crawpobd, b. at Waldoboro, Maine, July 80, 1856; 
d. at Winslow, BCaine, Sept. 14, 1857. 

viii. Abigail Cable, b. at Tllnalow, Apr. 11, 1858; d. at Atkin- 
son, BCaine, Dec. 28, 1864. 



39« Thomas* Carle (Abigail^ HamiUon, James^^ Ben- 
jamin^^ Abd,* Dcund})^ son of Peter and Abigail* (Hamilton) 
Carle, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 29, 1820. 

He married at St. Andrews, New Brunswick, October S, 
1845, Sarah Zelkna, bom at Charlotte, Maine, January, 
1825, died at Princeton, Maine, July 2, 1888. He resides 
at Princeton, where he is an influential and highly respected 
citizen, and has held various town oflSces. In early life he 
was engaged principally in lumbering; later in farming. 

Children, all bom at Princeton: 

102. i. CuuHTHA,' b. Oct 7, 1846. 

108. iL Calydc Crumby, b. May 14, 1849. 

104. iii. AiCBUA Zbluha, b. Ai^. 10, 1851. 

iv. SaMiT, b. Apr. 1, 1853; d. Apr. 14, 1858. 

▼. SaUiT Dunn, b. Jan. 7, 1855; d. at Frinoeton, Oct 11, 1874. 

vL Ltdia Bicksb, b. Sept 28, 1856. 

105. vii. Gbobob, b. Aug. 11, 1858. 

106. viii. AiiBSBT Lamb, b. July 2, 1867. 

40. Porter* BLamilton {Benjamin JR.,* James^^ Ben- 
jamin^* Abd,* DamdS), son of Benjamin Ricker* and Sarah 
(Carle) Hamilton, was born at Waterborough, Maine, 
March 1, 1814. Early in life he learned the wheelwright 

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Sallt (Hill) Hauiltok 



Hub; BeKcenbattu; 

trade, and at the expiration of his apprenticeship, estab- 
lished a manufactory of carriages and sleighs at Carle's 
Comer, in which his brother Jason and Theodore Stone 
soon became connected, and in which a prosperojus business 
was carried on for a number of years. In the meantime 
Jason had learned the art of carriage painting and from their 
factory were turned out, without the aid of any machinery 
whatever, vehicles which stood the wear of more than an 
entire generation. 

After the dissolution of the firm. Porter purchased what 
was known as the '^Burbank store" and carried on the 
business of a country store until it was destroyed by fire 
in February, 1852. He rebuilt, but after a few years sold 
out and again devoted himself to carriage building and 
farming. 

In 1868 he was appointed deputy jailor and landlord of 
the ''County House" at Alfred, Maine, a position which he 
held two years, until a change in the administration of the 
county affairs took place. He then removed to Saco, Maine, 
where he continued the manufacture of carriages to the 
time of his death, which took place suddenly at Grand 
Rapids, Michigan, October 16, 1884, while on the route 
to visit his son who resided in Traverse City, in that state. 

He was representative to the state legislature in 185S. 
He held the oflSce of selectman, assessor, and overseer of 
the poor in Waterborough for the years 1857 and 1868, and 
deputy sheriff of York County from 1863 to 1865. 

In temperament and disposition he closely resembled 
his father, though quicker and more alert. In private and 
social life he was conservative and careful of the rights 
and feelings of others, and through his individuality ran a 
vein of humor that made him a welcome guest and delight- 
ful companion. 

He married at Waterborough, May 18, 1848, SaUy Hill, 
bom at Waterborough, December 25, 1819, died at Saco, 
Maine, September 18, 1901, daughter of Joshua and Betsey 
Hill of Waterborouf^. Mrs. Hamilton was a woman <^ 

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domestic character and was devoted to her home, where 
she entertained her friends in a lavish manner. She was 
fully the equal of her husband in humor and reminiscence^ 
and no more delightful companionship could be found than 
in their company. 

They are both buried at Saco. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

107. i. Howabd/ b. Nov. 13, 1845. 
106. ii. Frank, b. Nov. 20, 1848. 
100. iiL CHABuas, b. Nov. 4, 1852. 

41. Alonzo* Hamilton (Benjamin R.,^ James^^ Ben- 
jamin,* Ahdj^ David}) 9 son of Benjamin Bicker^ and Sarah 
(Carle) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
October 1, 1816. He left his home at the age of sixteen, 
to begin work as a boy in the store of Deacon Joseph Snow 
in Saco, Maine. After a few years he made such headway 
that he opened a small dry goods store on Factory Island, 
which he carried on alone and in connection with his brother, 
Benjamin Franklin, until he removed to Boston in 1852, 
to join the firm of Turner, Wilson & Company, dry goods 
importers and jobbers, which firm afterwards became 
Wilson, Hamilton & Company and later A. Hamilton & 
Company. This last named firm occupied the square 
bounded by Devonshire, Franklin and Congress Streets, 
at the time of the great Boston &te in November, 1872, 
when everything was destroyed. Later a new organization 
was formed carrying on a similar business at the comer of 
Summer and Kingston Streets, which, after some years, 
was dissolved. He then engaged in the wholesale manu- 
facture of cloaks on Kingston Street, in which business he 
was engaged at the time of his death. 

While living in Saco he became interested in shipping 
and foreign commerce and was ship's husband in aU those 
vessels in which he was a part owner. After removing to 
Boston he continued his interest in shipping in connection 
with the famed ship brokers, Thayer and Lincoln. 

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Alonio Hamii/to.n 




Uakt a. (Chase) Hauiltok 




Vbu> Carle Hamii; 



Uttf Bencenbants 

For many years he was interested in the development of 
real estate in Dorchester, and Ebunilton Avenue was named 
by the City of Boston in his honor. The only public office 
he ever held was representative to the I^slature of Maine 
from Saco in the year 1849. 

He was connected with, and a strong supporter of, the 
Unitarian Church in Saco, and in Boston was a member of 
Dr. Edward Everett Hale's church, being an intimate friend 
of that distinguished divine. 

His manner was courtly and his presence commanding; 
rapid in his reasonings and firm in his convictions, his yea 
was yea and his nay was nay, but he had a kind and generous 
spirit which won tibe love and respect of all with whom he 
came in contact. He died at Dorchester, Mass., February 
11, 1889. 

He married at Norridgewock, Maine, December 26, 
18S9, Mary A. Chase, who died at Dorchester, October 19, 
1911, daughter of Jotham S. Chase of Waterborough. Mrs. 
Hamilton had an imposing presence, a charming personality 
and a refined nature. She was an assiduous student of 
the works of nature and especially in the floral kingdom. 
She was a friend of the poor and constantly sought oppor- 
tunity to aid those who were in need, helping to make many 
a desolate home more comfortable and happy. She was 
much beloved by a very wide circle of friends and acquaint- 
ances. 

Children, all bom at Saco: 

AiiONZO Adaiib,' b. Aug. 21, 1842. 

MmNix Chasb, b. May 4, 1844. 

Sabah Thobnton (twin), b. Aug. 81, 1847. 

Fbbdebic Cable (twin), b. Aug. 81, 1847; d. unmarried 

at Dordiester, Mass., January 6, 1908. He was a oom- 

nuflsion merchant in Boston. 



42* Bknjamin Franklin* Hamilton {Benjamin jR.,^ 
JameSf^ Benjamin^* Abd^* Daoid})^ son of B^ijamin Bicker* 
and Sarah (Carle) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 

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lameiBE Hamtltott 

Maine, February 80, 1819. He was their third son and 
was bom in the northeastern part of the town of Water- 
borough, which was frequently spoken of as '" Chadboume*s 
Ridge," on a farm called the ^'Sedgely Place," which his 
father *' carried on" for some years. His early life was 
spent on this farm and on a small place near Carle's Comer, 
a short distance east of the location of the present town 
house and granmiar school building. He had only the 
advantages of the district schoob in those two localities, 
which were open three or four months in each year. The 
remainder of his time was spent upon the farms. 

At the age of seventeen years he went to work in a country 
atore at Carle's Comer, kept by James M. Burbank, who 
afterwards became a plrominent citizen of York County, 
holding the office of sheriff for many years, and at the 
same time was engaged in various kinds of business and 
-especially in extensive lumbering c^ierations. Remaining 
with Mr. Burbank two years, he then went to Saco as a 
derk for his brother Alonso, who had established a ''dry 
and fancy goods" business in that town and later became 
a partner with him, their store being located on the southerly 
side of Main Street on Factory Island. In a short time, 
by their int^rity, courtesy and fair dealing, they not only 
built up the largest business in that section of the state, 
but attracted the attention of that portion of the business 
world with which they were brought in contact. 

In 1852 Messrs. Turner, Wilson & Company of Boston, 
large jobbers and wholesale dealers in dry goods, were 
seeking a young man to take charge of the purchasing of a 
particular portion of the goods in which they were dealing. 
From an acquaintance with these two men, and from the 
fact that the wife of Alonzo Hamilton was a relative of Mr. 
Wilson, that firm naturally turned to them and offered one 
of them the position, and it was left to themselves to decide 
who should remain at the old stand. It was well under- 
stood that Mr. Turner leaned toward ''Frank," as he was 
universally called, while Mr. Wilson's tendency was toward 

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Alonzo. Each wanted to accept the position in Boston, 
but by agreement between themselves Frank remained 
at Saco and Alonzo joined his fortunes with the Boston 
firm, in which he soon became a partner and after a few 
changes in its personnel, became its head. 

Frank regretted this turn in their affairs for many years, 
but in later life he became entirely reconciled to it. He 
continued the business in the same store as occupied by 
the firm, and also on the other side of the street, until the 
summer of 1858, when his store and its entire contents were 
destroyed by fire. He then opened a less pret^itious place 
in the store on the southerly side of the street and im- 
mediately overlooking Cataract Falls, where he continued 
until the autumn of 1855, when he removed to the store 
in the Calef Block, which he occupied continuously until 
the time of his retirement. This store covered the same 
spot as the one which was destroyed. During a portion 
of this time Mr. John Q. Adams, who had been a trusted 
and confidential derk, was his partner. 

Later, as Biddeford outstripped her neighbor in 9x>wth 
and population, he opened a store in that city in connection 
with George F. Emery, who had also been a derk with 
him for many years, under the firm name of George F. 
Emery & Company, which continued until the failing 
health of Mr. Emery compelled him to give up all 
business. 

In the early 00s he organized the Ossipee Manufacturing 
Company for the manufacture of woolen goods and blankets, 
with a factory on Little Ossipee Biver at a place called 
^'Stimson's Mills.'' After ten years of successful opera- 
tion, this business was sold to his associate, Mr. John 
Holland. During the same period he opened and con- 
ducted for some years a dry goods store in the city of Fort- 
land, but he discovered, as have many others, that there is 
a limit to man's physical powers, and that he must give 
his attention to the business at one place or the other, and 
with reluctance he discontinued the business at Portland, 

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and ever afterwards gave his entire attention to his Saco 
business, which was known all through western Maine 
and eastern New Hampshire, from which places he drew 
a large and profitable custom. 

It was during these early years that he became imbued 
with the belief that woman was the natural equal of man and 
that, if given the same training and opportunity, she would 
prove his equal in all the walks of life, in which physical 
strength and endurance were not the only requisites for a 
successful career. This belief constrained him to place 
young ladies behind his counters as saleswomen, and he 
secured the services of Miss Effie Bowdoin of Saco, who 
was bom at Waterborough, the sister of Eliot Bowdoin, 
one of his boyhood friends; also Miss Sarah Moulton, a 
member of one of the oldest and most respected families 
of the town, and one Monday morning they stood behind 
the counters ready to wait upon customers. That this 
act caused a furor in the immediate community is not over- 
stating it, and it was the subject of much comment wherever 
it was known. Men at first viewed it either as a joke or a 
very doubtful experiment, while the women looked aghast 
with undisguised horror, many refusing to patronize the 
store, and this was especially true of the "factory girls" 
who were employed by the York Manufacturing Corpora- 
tion in their mills. Not infrequently they would go as far 
as the door of the store and scornfully turn away, refusing 
to trade with a person who so lowered the dignity and 
propriety of his place of business as to have girls stand be- 
hind the counter by the side of boys and measure the 
woolen, dress and fancy goods with which his store was 
stocked. The young ladies themselves suffered from the 
excitement caused by this innovation, but like noble women, 
as they were, they stood at their post. For months the 
store was actually boycotted by a great many people, 
trade being measurably diminished and the competing 
merchants, for at that time there were quite a number, 
Saco being the centre of a large trade, were correspondingly 

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profited. As the months wore on people began to see 
the propriety of his course. Trade returned to his counters 
in an increased volume and his young lady clerks were 
among the most popular and respected people in the town. 

Thus was inaugurated and carried to a successful issue 
the custom now prevalent over the entire country, and every 
woman who stands behind a counter owes, in a measure, 
her opportunity and position to his foresight and firmness. 

During a business career extending over a period of 
more than fifty years, he maintained a reputation for in- 
tegrity and fair dealing which was unsullied. He never 
sought to overreach the unwary, but dealt with a scrupulous 
fairness that won the confidence of all with whom he was 
brought in contact. 

The motto which was adopted by Alonzo when he first 
started in business was continued by Frank to the close of 
his career and appeared upon all the advertisements of the 
concern: "Large sales and small profits.'' This motto 
was as distinctly his as though it had been protected by 
law and any use of it by a competitor would have been 
regarded as unfair competition in trade. 

No solicitation could induce him to accept public office, 
although he manifested a keen interest in all local and 
national matters. Drawn from the party affiliations in 
which he was trained by the allurements of the Whig 
doctrine of "Tariff for revenue with incidental protection," 
he joined that party at his majority and continued a member 
of it until its dissolution, when, the radicalism of the new- 
bom Republican Party not appealing to his conservative 
thought, he joined the Democratic Party and continued 
with it until his death, not, however, endorsing some of 
the heresies which crept into it. 

As a boy he joined the Sunday School connected with 
the Second Congregational (Unitarian) Church at Saco, 
and was its treasurer for more than fifty years. From 
that boyhood to his last days he was a constant attendant 
and a firm supporter of this church and its principles — 

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not with much speakmg» but with continuous and constant 
acts. 

He took a lively interest in educational matters and was 
one of the trustees of Thornton Academy and its first 
president, an office which he held at the time of his death* 
He was also one of the founders of the York Institute, a 
well-known and richly equipped educational and historical 
institution. 

On the 24th day of March, 185S, he married Miss Sarah 
Thornton Fairfield, daughter of Hon. John Fairfield of 
Saco, a former governor of and United States senator from 
Maine. She died July 4, 1909. Their home during nearly 
all their married life, and where their children were bom, 
was the large Colonial house on Main Street, which he 
purchased of his brother upon his removal to Boston, and 
which was erected by Joseph Leland more than a century 
ago, and which since his death has been purchased by the 
Thornton Academy and is now known as the ''Hamilton 
Dormitory** and used as a home for its teachers. 

Mrs. Hamilton was a woman of rare mental endow- 
ments, inheriting many of the attributes of her distinguished 
father — not only his logical force and ready speech in 
public, but his conversational power and infinite wit. She 
devoted all her time which could be spared from her domestic 
life, to the service and uplift of others. Her enthusiasm 
and energy inspired her neighbors and immediate friends, 
while by word and pen she encouraged the elevation of 
woman and the education of children in practical and useful 
lines outside the state. After her decease the Women's 
Educational and Industrial Union of Saco, of which she 
was the founder and its president for many years, estab- 
lished a fund to perpetuate her memory and gave to the 
building which they purchased for their use the name 
'^ Sarah Fairfield Hamilton Memorial." 

Their home was the home of liberal comfort and generous 
hospitality, where the poor and humble were as welcome 
as the more affluent or distinguished, and was the resort 

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JoBN FAiinKLD Hawltok 



of some of the most cultivated and distinguished people 
of the state. 

Beferrmg to Mrs. Hamilton she was frequently called 
the '* Julia Ward Howe of Maine." At a meeting of the 
Federation of Women's Clubs some months after her de- 
cease, Hon. George C. Wing, a member of the Bench of 
that state, paid her the following tribute: 

'* At this nineteenth meeting of the Federation of Women's 
Clubs I desire to offer to the memory of Sarah Fairfield 
Hamilton a flower of remembrance, an immortelle, as a 
living tribute to that noble woman whose beautiful life and 
character exercised such an influence for good, not only 
in her native city where she was so much loved and respected, 
but throughout the state and wherever knowledge of her 
character extended." 

It was Mrs. Hamilton's encouragement that first induced 
the author of this work to seek an education higher than 
that of the district school, and it was her husband's generous 
material assistance that enabled him to carry intd effect 
the inspiration which her enthusiastic words engendered. 

On February 84, 1004, they celebrated the fiftieth an- 
niversary of their wedding. It was an occasion made 
memorable by the gathering of relatives and inmiediate 
neighbors and friends, as well as of many distinguished 
people from various parts of the country. On this occasion 
the following poetic tribute was read by Rev.W. F. Skerrye, 
their pastor: 

Kfly years of growing in storm and shadow and sun; 
Fifty bu^y, blamdeas yean 
Of sunshine and soirow, knghter and tears* 
Adown the deep vallqm of Isihires and fears. 
And up on the heights hard-won. 

In the nKxming of life the voices that wake men's souk they heard; 
Afar and afar they heard the call 
Prom unseen windows of i^ory fall. 
As if from Eden's sentinelled wall 
The angels gave the word. 

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Fkom the oo<^ sweet meadowB of play th^ came, lighthearted, laughing. 

and 6ee; 
From hoiira of ease to days of endeavor. 
To the kMig, long battle that's ended never. 
To the kMig, dim way to the land of forever. 

To the shore of the western 



With all the tomonows before them, and all of life to win. 
Past the wide ways where men go down 
With cardess feet to the Desolate Town, 
Ever pursuing a hope that has flown. 
They pressed to the battle's din. 

There were days when the way was nanow, and dark were the sides 

o'erhead; 
When fast before their straining sight 
Vanished the path in perilous night. 
And recreant spirits in bodeful flight 

Were muttering doubts and dread. 

But they kept their eyes to the morning, and their hearts as pure as gold; 
And ever the voice grew dearer. 
And ever the vision clearer, 
And the stars of heaven drew nearer 
As to saints and sages old. 

The secrets of the angels they passed along the line; 
Tliey read the words to earth aye drifting. 
Saw the far light forever shifting. 
And heard the winds and waters lifting 
A chorus high and fine. 

Tliese gems of price they gathered and scattered along the way; 
Little of earth and its plenteous gold 
Could their <^)en, outstretched hands enfold. 
And the only treasures their hearts could hold. 
Were love of the light and the day. 

The bread on many waters, the seed so freely cast. 
In golden thoughts their loves had qnm. 
In memories of service done, 
In God's own peace for tasks well done. 
The years bring back at last. 

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Jane (Hill) Hamilton 



^u; BeiBicetUiattti; 

And who shall share the reaping, with &iith more full and free» 
For that they've built on common ground 
A Hb(y Place iriiere, gathered round* 
Soub sad and w ay w or n hear resound 
A note of victoiy; — 

Here offer, in poor tribute, the best our hearts have known. 
Of praise for life's beauty that mppe^iSf 
Shaming all our human fears. 
Of thanks to the Giver of the years. 
And follow, foDow on. 

On the twentynsecond day of September, 1911, in his own 
home, he listened to the csJl of the loved ones from across 
the Great Divide. 

Children, all bom at Saco: 

lliS. i. Habrt FAnaiEiiD,^ b. Dec. 16, 1856. 

ii. John Faibfisld, b. Aug. 26, 1858; d. at Saoo, Sept. 8, 1875. 

iii. Thomas Carub, b. July 26, 1862; d. at Saoo, Feb. 19, 1881. 
113. iv. BoBXBT WnmcAK (twin), b. June 19, 1878. 

V. Bknjaion Fhankun, Jb. (twin), b. June 19, 1878; d. June 
19, 1878. 

48. Jabon* Hamilton {Benjamin jR.,* JameSy^ Benjamin,^ 
Ahdy* Dmid}), son of Benjamin Ricker* and Sarah (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 10, 
1821. He became an apprentice in the carriage building 
business with his brother Porter about the time he arrived 
at his majority, and continued with him, becoming one of 
his partners, until he removed to Sanford (Springvale), 
a village just entering upon a period of prosperity by reason 
of the establishment of a manufactory of cotton goods, 
and there entered into a copartnership with Mr. George 
Kenney (for whom his son was named) in the carriage 
painting business, in which he continued until his health 
was so affected that he was obliged to retire, but in wb^ch 
he became justly famed. He then returned to Water- 
borough, where he lived for some years, when he leased 
the "York Hotel'' in Saco, which he made a welcome 

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resort for friend and stranger. At the expiration of his 
lease the building was razed to make room for a business 
block, and soon after, and upon the death of our mother, 
he returned to care for our aged father upon the farm at 
Waterborough ''where he could make him feel at home." 
This duty he and his wife performed with filial care, and 
made his last days cheerful and happy midst the scenes and 
surroundings of his long life. 

His temperament was more volatile and his views more 
radical than any other member of the family, but he main- 
tained his beli^, both in public and private, with ability 
and vigor. 

He served the town as its derk during the years 1859, 
1860, and 1861, and was a deputy sheriff for the County 
of York during the years 1859, 1860, 186S, 1864 and 1865. 
He died at Waterborough, September 2, 188S. 

He married at Waterborough, August 10, 184S, Jane 
Hill, who died at Winthrop, Mass., May 2, 1906, daughter 
of Joshua and Betsey Hill of Waterborough. She was 
modest and sedate in her demeanor, but when awakened 
possessed the same humwous disposition which character- 
ised her sister and all the other members of the family. 
After our mother's death she and her husband lived on 
the home place at Waterborough and tenderly cared for 
our father during his last days, a duty whidi she performed 
with a devotion which was keenly appreciated by the other 
members of the family. After her husband's death she 
lived with her daughters, and her last days were made de» 
ligfatfully enjoyable by their tender solicitude. 

Children, the first bom at Sanford (Springvale), Maine, 
the others at Waterborough: 

114. i. Gbobob KjDiKn/ b. Mar. 81, 18i5. 
116. ii. AMNKmB, b. Fdb. 19» 1847. 

in. Sabah» b. Mar. 12, 1860; m. at BoflUm, Mass., May 19, 

1800, llioQias Lincoln Beed of Hollia, Maine; no iaaue. 

He was for many yean an extensive fanner at HolKs 

and 18 now retired. 

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John Hauilton 




Marion M. (I)avih) IIai 



Hu; BeiBicetibantt 

44« Albora CabIiE* Hamilton (Benjamin jR.,* James,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of Benjamin Bicker* 
and Sarah (Carle) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, January 15, 1828. She was the only daughter in 
this family and was the idol of her parents and brothers. 
She won a good reputation as a student in her entire school 
life, and read history and the best literature with avidity. 
She attended Alfred Academy for a single year, then under 
the principalship of the late Charles Cumston, who for 
many years was a distinguished teacher and educator in 
the City of Boston. She was a pupil in the school for young 
ladies at Portland, Maine, from which she was graduated 
in 1850. After her graduation she taught school in Hollis» 
Lyman and at Waterborough Centre. 

After nearly two years' illness she fell a victim to New 
England's scourge, and died at Waterborough» October 11» 
1854. 

Her modest demeanor and her simple, trustful life en- 
deared her most to those who knew her best. 

45. John* Hamh/ton {Benjamin R.,* Jamee,* Benjamin,^ 
Abel,* Damd}), son of Benjamin Bicker* and Sarah (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 10, 
1829. He remained upon the farm with his parents during 
his minority, with the exception of a single year spent at 
Saco Academy, then under the principalship of the late 
John C. Bradbury. During these years, as well as in after 
life, he might, in the parlance of ihe times, well be called 
"a worker." 

Upon leaving home he was employed in the flour and 
grain store of James M. and Joseph G. Deering (natives 
of Waterborough), where he showed such characteristics 
as induced them to assist him in establishing a similar 
business in Biddeford, which was continued until there 
was a change in their firm. He then became a travelling 
salesman for a Boston house and drove in carriage and 
into nearly every town and hamlet in the State of 

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Maine. He left that business for a position with his brother 
in the dry goods business at Saco, which he retained to the 
time of his marriage, when he opened a general country 
store at North Berwick, Maine, which then was considered 
the most prosperous and promising village in the county. 
This business he closed out to engage in the express business 
between Portland and the White Mountains with head- 
quarters in Portland, and in which he remained until, on 
account of an accident, he was compelled to retire. After 
which he was appointed a clerk in the Custom House at 
Portland, a position which he retained until failing health 
compelled his resignation. The last eight years of his 
life he was an invalid. He died at Portland, April 18, 
1906. 

He had a kindly, generous spirit and a genial tempera- 
ment, which he retained to the very day of his death, and 
which neither misfortune nor affliction could drown. EUs 
memory is sweetly cherished by all who came within the 
sphere of his influence. 

He married at Portland, Maine, November 8, 1862, 
Marion M. Davis, bom at Dover, N. H., May 29, 1841, 
daughter of William and Marion (Ford) Davis. Mrs. 
Hamilton became an orphan at an early age and was reared 
in the family of her uncle, Daniel Ford of North Berwick, 
Maine. While on a visit among her earlier associations 
in Sanford and North Berwick, she met with a distressing 
accident which resulted in her death at Sanford, September 
S, 1908. Both she and her husband are buried in Forest 
City Cemetery, Portland, Maine, Section K., Lot 277. 
They had no children. 

46. Samuel Kino* Habolton (Benjamin /{.,* James^^ 
Benjamin^* Abel,* Daxnd}), son of Benjamin Ricker* and 
Sarah (Carle) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
July 27, 18S7. He received his early education in the dis- 
trict schools of his native town, IJmerick Academy and 
Saco'High School. He was graduated from the Chandler 

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Annie E. (Davis) Hauilton 



Scientific School, connected with Dartmouth College, in 
the class of 1859 with the degree of Bachelor of Science. 
He received the degree of Master of Science from the same 
institution in 1869. Studied law with Hon. Ira T. Drew 
at Alfred, Maine, and was admitted to York County bar 
June 11, 1862. After his admission Mr. Drew offered him 
a copartnership which he gladly accepted. This connection 
continued to April, 1867, when he removed to Biddeford, 
Maine, and became a partner with his cousin, B. F. Hamil- 
ton, who was bom in the same town and studied law in 
the same office. This copartnership continued until Decem- 
ber, 1872, when he removed to Wakefield, Mass., and formed 
a copartnership with Chester W. Eaton, a classmate and 
life-long friend, with offices at Wakefield and Boston. 
In 1879 this connection was dissolved and Mr. Hamilton 
continued the practice of his profession in Boston alone 
to September, 1899, when he was joined by Theodore 
Eaton, son of his former partner, which relation still con- 
tinues. 

He married at West Newfield, Maine, February IS, 
1867, Annie Elizabeth Davis, bom at Newfield, July SI, 
1844, daughter of Joseph Bullock and Harriet Newell 
(Dam) Davis of that town. 

Mrs. Hamilton is a woman of literary and artistic tastes, 
talents which she has used not only for her own pleasure 
and the adornment of her home, but for the gratification of 
her friends and for material aid in charitable and religious 
work. 

They have lived a simple life, devoted to each other, 
and their home has been the abode of happiness and good 
cheer. 

They have no children. 

47. Benjamin Frankijn' Peirce, M.D. {James H.^ 
PeircCf Martha^ HamUUm, Jamesy* Benjamin,^ Ahdy* Damd})^ 

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flon of James H/ and Lucy B. (Appleton) Peirce, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, February 3, 18S5. 

He was graduated from the Philadelphia Medical School, 
also from Harvard Medical College, and was a surgeon in 
the United States Navy attached to the U.S.S. " Conestoga " 
commanded by Lieut. Thomas O. Selfridge. While he 
was in New Orleans on duty this vessel was run into on the 
Mississippi River and sunk. On his return he reported 
to Lieut. Selfridge, then on the U.S.S. ** Black Hawk," and 
was assigned to the U.S.S. '* Louisville." Within an hour 
after his assignment, in stepping from a steamer to a tug, 
he fell overboard and was drowned, March 9, 1864. 

His name is borne on one of the tablets in Memorial Hall, 
Harvard College; and his widow has erected a monument 
to his memory in Hope Cemetery, Kennebunk, Maine. 

He married, June 11, 1863, Lavinia Hall of Shapleigh, 
Maine, daughter of Ivory and Louise Marie (Thompson) 
Hall. Mrs. Peirce resides at Kennebunk, and has not re- 
married. She is an intellectual and accomplished woman 
and greatly beloved. 

They had no children. 



48« Daniel Appleton^ Peirce (James H.^ Peirce^ 
Martha^ Hamilton^ James^^ Benjamin^^ Abel^* Damd^)^ son 
of James H.^ and Lucy B. (Appleton) Peirce, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, April 21, 18S7. He is a lawyer; 
has also been in the banking business in Chicago for the 
last twenty years, and is president of the Hyde Park 
Bank. Between the years 1880 and 1890 he was a trustee 
six years, treasurer one year and president two years of 
the village of Hyde Park, then containing one hundred 
thousand inhabitants, but now a part of Chicago. 
F He married at Boston, Mass., November SO, 1864, Mary 
Elizabeth Gile, daughter of Henry and Eliza (Roberts) Gile 
of I Alfred, Maine. She is a sister of Albion \K. Gile, father 
of > Mrs. James Peirce, and was bom on the same farm. She 

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Danul Apfixton Peibce 



her education in the public schools of Alfred and 
Limerick Academy and in Charlestown, Mass* She is a 
woman of superior natural endowments which she has 
assiduously cultivated, and is one of the most refined and 
cultured women of the intellectual circle in which she 
moves. 
Children: 

u Ida,' b. at Washington, D. C, June 6, 1866; was graduated 

from the Hyde Park High School, 
ii. Flobbncb, b. at Washington, D. C, Apr. 14, 1871; d. there 
Oct. 80, 1871. 
116. ill. Aligb, b. at Hyde Park, HI., July 5, 1878. 



48. LxTCY Bbown^ PfimcB {James H.^ Peirce, Martha* 
HamiUon^ James,* Benjamin,^ Abel,* Damd^), daughter of 
James H.* and Lucy B. (Appleton) Peirce, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, March 24, 1842. 

She married, October 25, 1871, Frank William Blaisdell 
of Ljrman, Maine, where he carried on a very successful 
farming business for many years. 

They now reside at Waterborough Old Comer, in the 
house erected by her grandfather, Benjamin Peirce. 

Mrs. Blaisdell is a woman of unshrinking fidelity to her 
duties and of very amiable disposition. She presides over 
her home with grace and dignity and welcomes her friends 
and acquaintances with charming hospitality. 

Children, bom at Lyman : 

117. i. Mabt EiocA,' b. Apr. 11, 1878. 

ii. EuzABKTH Pexbcb, b. Mar. 28, 1882; was graduated fram 
Colby CoUege ia the dasa of 1905, and is a teacher at 
Shaw University, Raleigh, N. C. 



50. James^ Peirce, M.D. (Jam£s J7.* Peiree, MarAa* 
Hamilian, Jamss,* Benjamin,^ Abel,* Danid>), son of James 
H.* and Lucy B. (Appleton) Peirce, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, December 9, 1848. He inherited a love 

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for the profession which alleviates human suffering. The 
name of his great-grandfather, Dr. Daniel Feiree of Kittery, 
Maine, where he was a distinguished physician, appears as 
a student upon the rolls of Harvard Medical School, and 
his father. Dr. James Hamilton Feiree, a graduate of Bow- 
doin Medical School, practiced his profession in his native 
town more than forty years. At the age of fifteen. Dr. 
Peirce enlisted in the United States Navy as Surgeon's- 
steward, and served three months under his brother on the 
S. Ship ** Marion." At the expiration of this service, he 
resumed his studies in the Waterville Classical Institute 
at Waterville, Maine, from which he was graduated with 
distinction. 

In 1871 he was graduated from the New York Medical 
College of New York City, and immediately began his 
practice in his native town, where he remained four years 
and then removed to Methuen, Mass., where he continued 
his practice with eminent success to the time of his decease. 
He was a member of the Maine State Medical Society 
and of the Massachusetts State Medical Society, in which 
he was one of the censors. He was bom into a Christian 
family, and was reared amidst Christian surroundings, 
and very early evinced deep religious convictions, which 
influenced his entire life. At the age of twenty-one, he 
was chosen a deacon in his home church, of which his 
father had been a consistent member for many years, and 
which he served as clerk for more than seventeen years, 
and soon after his removal to Methuen, he was chosen to 
the same office in the Baptist church of that town, a position 
which he held continuously during his life. 

He was held in universal esteem wherever known and 
representatives of every denomination, race and creed met 
aroimd his bier to honor his memory and give expression 
to a common grief. 

His death occurred at Methuen, Mass., August 25, 1902. 

He married, April 26, 1876, Ella L. Gile, daughter of 
Albion K. and Lucy W. (Currier) Gile of Alfred, Maine. 

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Her father was a highly respected citizen of that town and 
for many years a successful teacher in York County. He 
lived on a farm formerly owned by his father on the west- 
erly side of Shaker (Massabesick) Pond. He was the 
pioneer in the culture of cranberries in that locality. 

Mrs. Peirce was educated in the public schools of Alfred. 
Having inherited her father's talent for teaching, she fol- 
lowed that vocation for about five years, until her marriage. 
In her married life she walked worthily beside her honored 
husband and discharged every duty with a conscientious 
devotion. Her place of residence is Methuen. 

Children, all bom at Methuen: 

i. Mabkl Luct/ b. July 2» 1877; m. Nov. 21, 1907, Ynmam 
A. Randel, M. D. of New York City; no issue. She was 
graduated from Bradford Seminary. 
118. ii. Albion Gile, b. June 22, 1880. 

ill. Clabbncb Afpudion, b. Mar. 18, 1888; was graduated 
from Yale University in the class of 1009. 



61. Mart Louisa Sargent' Bickford {Ruth S.* Peirce, 
Martha^ Hamilton^ Jamesy^ Benjamifiy^ Abel,* Dcundy), 
daughter of James and Ruth S.* (Peirce) Bickford, was 
bom at Buxton, Maine, March 22, 1841. 

She married at Cambridge, Mass., March 4, 1871, Jackson 
H. Libby of Limerick, Maine. He enlisted August 25, 
1862, and served in Co. A, 47th Regt. Mass. Volimteer 
Infantry. After the term of his enlistment expired he was 
engaged for many years in the ice business in Cambridge, 
Mass., under the firm name of Chase & Libby, and later 
had charge of the Boston Ice Company's works at Chelms- 
ford, Mass. He died at Lowell, Mass., December 18, 1901, 
and is buried in Cambridge Cemetery. Mrs. Libby resides 
at Saco, Maine. 

Children, the first two bom at Cambridge, the last at 
Chelmsford, Mass. : 

1. Mabel Caboi4INS,* b. Dec. 8, 1872; d. May 7, 1878. 
ii. Lbon Bickfobd, b. June 1, 1874; d. Sept. 19, 1874. 

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iii. Habbt GHSBmBB. b. Nov. 28, 1875; m. at Lowell, Mass., 
Sept. 7, 1908, Jennie Y. liacLaucUan of Lowell; no iasue. 
He was graduated from the Univenity of Vermont. 



5%. Eya Madeunb^ Bickford {Ruth 8.* Peirce, Marthcfi 
Hamilton^ James,* Benjamin,^ Abd,* Daoid}), daughter of 
James and Ruth S.* (Peirce) Biekford, was bom at Buxton» 
ie, March 18, 1844. 
She married, January 1, 1868, Elmore Dennett of Saco, 

le, where they now reside. 
Children, bom at Saco: 

i. brA Abdxlu' b. Apr. 8, 1872; was graduated from Thornton 
Academy, Saco, in the dasa of 1892, and from Gorham 
Normal School in the dasa of 1896. 

ii. EiiLA Mat, b. May 26, 188S, d. Jan. 4, 1901, while a aeniOT 
at Thornton Aouiemy. 

53. WiLUAM Pbibcb^ Young {Sarah* Peirce, Martha^ 
Hamiltan, James,* Benjamin,^ Abel,* David}), son of William 
and Sarah* (Peirce) Young, was bom at Kennebunk, Maine, 
July 18, 18S9. 

He was graduated from Colby College, Waterville, Maine, 
in the class of 1864; was admitted to the bar in 1867, and 
practiced at Milo, Maine, until 1882, serving as County 
Attorney of Piscataquis County for twelve years. 

In 1882 he removed to Augusta, Maine, where he practiced 
law, also served as supervisor of schools until the time of 
his death, August 7, 1885. 

He married in September, 1868, Sarah Hatch Macomber 
of Milo, Maine, who died at Creston, Iowa, August 13, 
1909, and was buried there. 

Child, bom at Milo: 

119. i. Gbbtbudb Macombse,' b. August 24, 1870. 

64. Chahlbb Peircb' Simpson (Lucinda* Peirce, Martiufi 
Hamilton, Jamjes,* Benjamin,^ Abel,* David^), son of Rev. 

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John L. and Lucinda* (Peirce) Simpson, was bom at Vassal- 
boro, Maine, December 1, 1835. 

. He married first at Vassalboro, in 1855, Laura Reynolds 
of that town, who died in 186S; and secondly Addie Reed 
of Clinton, Maine, bom April 10, 1844. 

He died at Boston, Mass., September 18, 1884. 

Children by first wife, bom at Vassalboro: 

i. Sarah Lizzix»' b. Mar. 7, 1857; d. at Saoo, Mune, Nov. 7, 

1865. 
ii. WnjiiAM Lanodon, b. Mar. 11» 1858; d. in New York City» 

Jan. 9, 1901. He was graduated from the Bowdoin 
School iD 1879. 



Children by second wife: 

ISO. iii. Chabubb Elwdt, b. at Clinton, Maine, Sept. IS, 1866. 

iv. Frank Edwabd, b. at Saco, Maine, Sqpt. 7, 1868; m. Nov. 
22, 1898, M. Beulah Lichty; no issue. He was graduated 
from Bowdoin G)i]ege in 1890 and from the North- 
western University Medical Schodi in 1896. He is now 
engaged in the practiee of his profession at Chicago, IIL 

66. Oliyer Gxtt^ HamhiTON (Oliver,^ James^^ James,^ 
Benjaminy^ Abely* David^), son of Oliver^ and Maria H. 
(Frost) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
February 14, 1848, died there October 8, 1865. He at- 
tended the public schools in his native town, and for a 
short period, the academy at Limerick, Maine, completing his 
preparatory course for college in the Seminary in West- 
brook, Maine. He entered Bowdoin College in 1864 with 
the class of 1868. 

He was chosen a member of the school committee of Water- 
borough in 1864, a member of the state legislature from 
the classed towns of Waterborough and Hollis in September, 
1864, and served in that body during the session of 1865, 
where he was considered one of the ablest debaters in that 
body. 

Btis general scholarship was excellent, and he was pro- 
foundly interested in the science of government, to which 

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he paid special attention. He became distinguished as 
a public speaker upon political and governmental subjects, 
and gave promise of a most brilliant career. His early 
demise was much lamented throughout the state. 
He was unmarried. 

56. Jambb Howard' ELuhilton {Oliver^* Jamea,^ James,* 
Benjamifiy* Abel,* Ddvid}), son of Oliver* and Maria H. 
(Frost) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 
24, 1849. He is a successful farmer at Saco, Maine. 

He married, March 2, 1874, Elsie Etta libby, bom at 
Saco, March 10, 1854. 

Children: 

121. i. Jaiodb Thitbston,* b. at Waterborough* Mar. 27, 1875. 

122. ii. Bbbsib Emma, b. at Hairisoii, Maine, Nov. 20, 1882. 



57* Ctrbna Frost^ ELimilton {Oliver,* James,^ James,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), daughter of Oliver* and Maria H. 
(Frost) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 
25, 1852. 

She married first, July 19, 1870, James A. Dey of New 
York City; and secondly, Febmary 28, 1876, Benjamin F. 
Chadboume, who died at Portland, Maine, January 10, 
1911. He was a lawyer and for many years was one of 
the railroad commissioners of the State of Maine. 

She died at San Jose, Cal., February 7, 1910, and is 
buried in Oak EUll Cemetery, San Jose. 

Children by first husband, bom at Waterborough: 

i. LizziB EuiA,' b. Mar. 9, 1872; d. unmarried at Morgan 
ESll, Cal., Feb. 25, 1910. 
128 ii. OuvER Guy, b. Mar. 81, 1878. 

58. Fidelia Ann^ HAMii/roN {Noah,* James,^ James,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Noah* and Clarissa 
(Leaver) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
July 10, 18^0. 

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CHABi-n Rdbbkll ILuauroK 



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She married in May, 187S, William B. Durrell of Kenne- 
bunk, Maine, where they now reside. 
Child, bom at Kennebmik: 

i. NkiiUB RoaAMOND,' b. Dec. H, 1875; d. fttKennebunk* 
Nov. 28, 1878. 

59. Sarah Ann^ Hamilton {Noah,^ James,^ James,^ Ben- 
jamin,* Abd^* Dtmd}), daughter of Noah* and Clarissa 
(Leaver) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
August 21, 1862. 

She married, December 28, 1872, John Meserve of Buxton, 
Maine, and they now reside at Kennebunk, Maine. 
Child, bom at Biddef ord, Maine : 

i. Clara HAim/roN,' b. Aug. 21, 1876; was gradtuited from 
the Gorham Normal School in the class of 1805. 

60. Susan Adelaide^ Hamilton {Noah,* James,* James,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), daughter of Noah* and Clarissa 
(Leaverj) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
Febmary 2, 1854. 

She married at Biddeford, Maine, September 14, 1874, 
Louis W. Emery of Biddeford. 

She died there, September, 1898, and is buried in Laurel 
Hill Cemetery. 

Children, bom at Biddeford : 

i. Gbobox LoinB,' b. Jan. 1876; m. Mabel Moulton of Hollis» 
Me. Mr. Emery is a member of the law firm of Cleaves, 
Waterhouse and Emery. Efe has been Comiity Attorney 
for York County, and has acquired prominence not only 
in his profession but as a pubhc speaker, and his services 
are much sought in political campaigns. 

ii. Pauij HAiouroN, b. Dec. 28, 1892. 

61. Jambs Fbanklin^ ELimilton {Charles,* Col. John,* 
James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son of Charles* and 
Adeline (Dunn) Hamilton, was bom at Hollis, Maine, 
October 9, 1888. He was a paymaster in the United States 

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Navy during and for some years after the Civil War. After 
his retirement he was engaged in the lumber business at 
St. John, New Brunswick. 

He married at Portland, Maine, February 26, 1872, 
Abbie Russell of Portland. 

He died at St. John, July 27, 1901, and is survived by 
his wife who now resides at Boston, Mass. 

Children: 

i. Ada Bobbbui^' b. at San Francifloo, Cal., Jan. 4, 1874; d. 

at St. John, Apr. SI, 1876. 
li. ChabubRubbbUi, b. at St John, July 9, 1880; d. unmanried 

at Boston, Bia«., Ai^. 28, 1909. 

82« ChabIiES Sbndal^ Hamilton {James,^ Pde/Hok^ 
Jamea,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), son of James* and Jane 
A. (Woods) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., October 19, 
1884. At the age of twenty-seven years he became a 
minister and continued to preach the Gospel more than 
forty years. He served ten years as a missionary through 
the west central States. 

He married at Eden, Vt., December 19, 1862, Julia Rose 
Shute of Eden. 

He died at Albany, Vt., April 1, 1909, and was buried 
there. 

Children: 

1S4. i. Jknkib GsBTBimB,' b. at Eden, Dec. 29, 1868. 

ii. Mdinib Robb, b. at North Craftsbuiy, Vt., Apr. 9, 1865; 

d. at Walden, Vt., Oct 9, 1866. 
lii. John SkndaIi, b. at Concord, Vt., May 18, 1867; d. at Eden, 
July 16, 1868. 
1£5. iv. Jambs Ebskins, b. at Albany, Sept. 4, 1876. 

V. Insz Amklia, b. at Albany, Jan. 18, 1879; m. Oct. 1, 
1895, Manville James Grant of Craftsbury; no issue. 

68. BoBALTHY Ann^ HAMILTON (Janies,* PeleUah,* 
James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), daughter of James* and 
Jane A. (Woods) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., July 4, 
1887. 

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She married, February 26» 1868, George Stillman Maynard 
of Bakersfield, Vt., who died at Elmyra, Dl., January 25, 
1900. 

She resides at Toulon, 111. 

Children, bom at Elmjrra, HI. : 

106. i. Pbabl Haioueok/ b. July 14» 1870. 
127. ii. Cora Aiouja, b. Feb. ft, 1877. 

64* Mabt Jans^ Hamilton {James* FdfUokf JcmeSy^ 
Benjamin^^ Abd,* Dcurid}), daughter of James* and Jane A. 
(Woods) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., August 24, 1840. 

She married at Troy, Thomas J. Beadle of that town, 
who died at Newport Center, Vt., October 28, 1902. 

She died at Newport Center, February 5, 1905, and both 
are buried at Troy. 

Children, all bom at Troy: 

188. i. Gbobob," b. Aug. S, 1869. 

li. WnjJAif, b. Aug. S4, 1872; m. at Newport Center, Oct. 
19, 1881, Eva WOliams of that town, who d. there Dec. 
16, 1909; no issue. 
129. iii. LusuLA, b. Nov. 19, 1875. 

iv. Laura AiTBELLii, b. Nov. 4, 1878; m. at Moline, Dl., July 
29, 1908, Charles B. Thompson of that town; no issue. 

65. Lucrr Amelia^ ELimilton {James^* Pdetiah^^ James^^ 
Benjamin,* Abd,* David^), daughter of James* and Jane A» 
(Woods) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., April 7, 184S. 

She married at Troy, December 20, 1867, Horace Ross 
of Bakersfield, Vt., who died there March 25, 1906. 

She died at Bakersfield, Febmary 28, 1902, and both are 
buried there. 

Children, all bom at Bakersfield: 

i. WnjJB Edwabd,' b. Sept. 8, 1869. 
180. 11. NBTm AbdibtjiA, b. Sept. 9, 1871. 
iii. Jknmix Bobs, b. Oct 2, 1878. 

m. Henbt Ebskinb^ Hamilton (James,* Peletiah* 
James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DamdS), son of James* and Jane 

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A. (Woods) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., June 7, 1847. 
He was for many years a teacher in the public schools of 
the various towns in which he lived. 

He married first at West Charleston, Vt., August 10, 
1878, Amelia A. Gould, of Kewanee, HI., who died there 
September 26, 1874; and secondly at Kewanee, December 
27, 1876, Sarah M. Morrill of Roseville, HI. Their residence 
is at Steamboat Springs, Colorado. 

Children by second wife, the first two bom at Roseville, 
the others at Farragut, Iowa: 

i. Boy* (uimamed), b. Nov. 28, 1877; d. Nov. 28, 1877. 

ii. Bkbtha, b. Dec. 16, 1878; d. at Fanagut, July 1879. 

iii. LoRA AifsUA, b. Nov. 11, 1880; m. at Steamboat Springi, 

Mar. 18, 1909, William Richards of Danbuiy, Neb. 

Child: James William,* b. at Danbury, Jan. 5, 1910; d. 

Jan. 9, 1910. 
181. iv. Mabt Janb, b. May 28, 1882. 

V. Jambb Mosbill, b. Apr. 28, 1884. 



67. Jambb Zelora^ Hamilton (Jamesj^ PdetiahJ^ Jamts^^ 
Benjamin^* Abd^* David}) ^ son of James* and Jane A. (Woods) 
Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., August 14, 1849. For 
a number of years he was a school teacher, later he 
became engaged in farming which he continued imtil the 
time of his death which occurred at Farragut, Iowa, July 
16, 188S. 

He married, March 13, 1877, Annie Miller of Farragut. 

Children, bom at Farragut: 

182. i. Maude Luella," b. Dec. 7, 1877. 
188. ii. EorrH Junia, b. June 18, 1888. 



68. Laxtrbtta Frances' Hamilton (John^* PeletiahJ^ 
James^^ Benjamin^* Abd,* Da/oid})^ daughter of John* and 
Laura (Sawtell) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., Septem- 
ber 1, 1882. 

She married at Troy, February 28, 1860, Ruel Zebulon 

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Keith, bom at Sheldon, Vt., August 1, 1880, died at North 
Troy, Vt., September 18, 1900. 

She died at North Troy, March 5, 1906, and both are 
buried there. 

Children, bom at North Troy : 

i. Philo Chabubb,' b. Sept. 24, 1861; m. at Newport Center, 
Vt., Oct. 5, 1890, Ines Balch of that town; no issue. 
184. ii. Lauha Mklvena, b. Mar. 25, 1865. 

09. Sophia Christine^ ELimilton (John,^ Pdetiah^^ 
James,* Benjamin,^ Ahdy^ David^)y daughter of John* and 
Laura (Sawtell) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., October 
SO, 188S. 

She married at Troy, May 8, 1855, Solomon T. Phillips, 
bom at Stanbridge, Canada, March 10, 1822, died at Water- 
vliet, Albany County, N. Y., June 15, 1900. 

Mrs. Phillips is a woman of imusual intellectual ability, 
and in her reading and the management of her business 
affairs is abreast with modem thought and practice. She 
is interested in the history of her family, and has been of 
much assistance in the preparation and production of this 
volume. 

Children, bom at Troy : 

i. Cabboi<l Hamh/ton,' b. Nov. 7, 1858; d. at Watervliet, 
Feb. 14, 1888. He was graduated from the Albany 
Medical College in the class of 1880, and practised his 
profession at Waterrliet until the time of his death. 

ii. Waltbb John, b. Mar. 15, 1861. He is a farmer and 
resides with his mother at Watervliet. 

70. Josephine Elisabeth' Hamilton (John,^ PdeiiakJ^ 
James,* Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), daughter of John* and 
Laura (Sawtell) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., August 
iM, 18S5. 

She married at Glover, Vt., May 19, 1858, Hiram A. 
Johnson, bom at Jay, Vt., July 9, 18S5, died at Troy, 
April 16, 1887. 

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She died at Manchester, N. H., August 5, 190S, and both 

are buried at South Troy, Vt. 

Children, bom at Troy: 

IS5. i. Fkll Haiouion,* b. Sept. 5, 1802. 
186. ii. Aabon Bbat, b. Nov. 96, 1871. 



71. ChabIiEB Babd' Hamilton {Charles Jf .,* Pdetiah* 
James^* Benjamin,* Ahd^^ Damd}), son of Charles M.* and 
Jane H. (Carey) Hamilton, was bom at Troy, Vt., January 
SI, 18S8. 

He married first at Somerset, Ky., in 1861, Julia Dills 
of Somerset, who died at Greenville, HI., in 1865; and 
secondly at Topeka, Kan., in 1878, Julia Stinson of Topeka, 
who died in the City of Mexico in 1895, and is buried in 
the United States Cemetery there. He resides at Topeka, 
Kansas. 

Children by first wife: 

i. Whjiam/ d, at Topeka, Kan., about 1890. 
iL Fbank, resides in Qmaha» Neb. 

Children by second wife: 

ili. Hugh, d. in Mexico, about 1805. 
iv. Paitl, zesides in Mexico. 



12. Lucia Janb' Hamilxon {Charles If.* Peletiah,^ 
James,^ Benjamin^* Abel,* DofoidS), daughter of Charles M.* 
and Jane H. (Carey) Hamilton, was bom at Dayton, Ohio, 
December 7, 1840. 

She married at Palestine, 111., October 7, 1858, Charles 
Henry Ruddell, bom in Grant County, Ky., December 2, 
1882. 

They reside at Denison, Texas. 

Children: 

i. Hbrbt Pobtkb,' b. at Robinson, ID., Aug. 18, 1850; m. 
at Dallas, Texas, Sept. 17, 1800, Kate Graham, b. near 
Dallas, Nov. 25, 1868; no issue. 

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187. li. WiLUAic Cabkt, b. at Robinson, Sept. 29, 1861. 

ill. Chabub Lbbtxb, b. at Greenville, Dl., June 1» 1884; d. at 

Denton, Texas, Mar. Ift, 1892. 
iv. AiAEBT Pbuh b. at Greenville, May 18, 1887; d. there 

Sept 4, 1868. 
V. Fbxdbbic HAMn/TQif, b. at Bobinson, June 2, 1869; d. 

there Aug. 11, 1871. 
vi. Ebank Haiuuton, b. at Robinson, Apr. S4, 1874. He is a 

dentist and resides at Denison, Texas. 

188. vii. Habold McNeal, b. at Terrell, Texas, Nov. 21, 1878. 
viiL NsujB Fbakgxb, b. at Terrell, Apr. 7, 1881; m. at Denison, 

May 8, 1909, Charies Brucker, b. in Maoon 0>., Mo., 
Dec. 26, 1878; no issue. 



73. Frances Haven' Hamilton (Charles Jf ./ P^iah,^ 
James,'^ Benjamiiu* Abdy* Dcand})^ daughter of Charles M.* 
and Jane H. (Carey) Hamilton, was bom at Terre Haute, 
Ind., May SI, 1848. 

She married at Greenville, Dl., May 4, 1864, Richard 
Smith Wait, bom at Boston, Mass., August 20, 1880, died 
at Hanford, Cal., December 18, 1905. 

She died at Hanford, September 19, 1887, and both are 
buried in the Hanford Cemetery. 

Children, the first five bom at Greenville, the others 
near Hanford: 

i. AucB ELlysn/ b. Mar. 28, 1805; d. at Hanford, Dee. 18, 

1882. 
ii. Margabbt Jakb, b. July 18, 1867. 
iii. Richard Sioth, b. Apr. 22, 1870; d. at Greenville, Jan. 8, 

1871. 
iv. Nbllik BIaud, b. Apr. 5, 1872; m. June 16, 1909, Peter 

Bondaon, b. in Denmark, Apr. 1, 1848; no issue. 
V. Henbt Woijs, b. June 5, 1874. 
189. vi. Lucia Eglantins, b. Jan. 22, 1877. 
140. vii. FnANCBS Mudd, b. June 19, 1879. 

viiL Chabi^bb McNxil Haiuueon, b. Aug. 20, 1881; m. Dec. 

81, 1909, Nellie Olive Worley, of Hanford; no issue, 
iz. John Sabl, b. Dec. 9, 1888. 
z. EnoBMS Lawrbncb, b. Sept. 18, 1885; d. near Hanfoid, 

Dec. 17, 1885. 

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74. Jennie Wade^ Hamilton (Charles J/.,« Pdetiah,^ 
James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid^), daughter of Charles M.* 
and Clarissa (Wade) (Butler) Hamilton, was bom at Green- 
ville, 111., September 21, 1864. 

She married at Plymouth, Wis., June 24, 1885, Justin D. 
Root, M.D., of Greenbush, Wis. 

He was graduated from the Hahnemann Medical College 
and is a general practitioner at Brandon, Wis., where he 
and his family reside. 

Child, bom at Sheboygan, Wis.: 

i. NsujB Lesub,' b. Jan. 24, 1887. 

75. Nellie Mat^ Hamilton (Charles Jf.,* PeUtiah,^ 
James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of Charles M.* 
and Clarissa (Wade) (Butler) Hamilton, was bom at Green- 
ville, 111., August 5, 1866. 

She married at Greenbush, Wis., May 25, 1887, Fred M. 
Barrett of Browns Valley, Minn. 
Child, bom at Greenbush: 

i. Chablbb Nbil,' b. Aug. 28, 1889. 

76. William Houohtelin^ Hamilton (Peletiah,* Pele- 
tiah,^ James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daund}), son of Peletiah* 
and Charlotte C. (Houghtelin) Hamilton, was bom at Day- 
ton, Ohio, July 5, 1863. 

He married at Hutsonville, HI., January 18, 1884, Mary 
A. Drake of that town. 

He died at Hutsonville, December 1, 1899, and was 
buried there. 

Children, bom at Hutsonville: 

141. i. Mnnnx,' b. Jan. 14, 1885. 

ii. Katb, b. Nov. 20, 1887; m. Dec. 24, 1906, J. J. Mahaney 
of Terre Haute, Ind.; no issue. 

77. JoHN^ Hamilton (Pdetiah,* PeUHah,* James,* Ben- 
jamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Feletiah* and Charlotte C. 

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(Houghtelm) Hamilton, was bom at Dayton, Ohio, Sep- 
tember 25, 1864. 

He married at Dayton, March 16, 1886, Dora Rudebusch 
of that town. 

Children, bom at Dayton : 

142. i. Chablotte,' b. June 24> 1887. 
ii. John William, b. June 5, 1906. 

IS. Abraham Lincoln' Hamilton, M.D. {Benjamin^^ 
Peletiahy^ James^* Benjamin^* Abdy* Dcund}), son of Benjamin* 
and Clarissa A. (Culbertson) Hamilton, was bom in Law- 
rence County, m.. May 24, 1868. He was graduated from 
Rush Medical College, Chicago, Febraary 19, 1889. He 
and his family reside at MulhaU, Okla., where he is engaged 
in the practice of his profession. 

He married, July S, 1889, Mellie M. Barber of Chicago, 
niinois. 

Children: 

i. Frank Claib,' b. at Aubum, Kan., Oct IS, 1890; was 
graduated from the Agricultural and Mechanical CoUege 
at Stillwater, Okla., BCay 81, 1910, receiving the degree 
of B. S. 

ii. FoBBiST Henbt, b. at Carbondale, Kan., Mar. 8, 1898. 

79. Jacob Culbertson' Hamilton {Benjamin^* Pde- 
tiahy^ JameSy^ Benjamin^* Abel,^ Damd})^ son of Benjamin* 
and Clarissa A. (Culbertson) Hamilton, was bom in Jasper 
County, 111., December 26, 1869. He is secretary of the 
Clerin-Hamilton Lumber Company which has mills at 
Raymond, Washington, where he resides. He also carries 
on a lumber business at Oakland, Cal. 

He married, February 11, 1908, Mary Edith Mallory, 
bom at Tomah, Monroe County, Wis., February 18, 1869. 
They have no children. 

80. John Erskine' Hamilton {Benjamin,^ PeUtiahy^ 
JameSy*^ Benjamin,* Abet,* Damd^), son of Benjamin* and 

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Clarissa A. (Culbertson) Hamilton, was bom at West 
Liberty, Jasper County, 111., February 24, 1872. 

He resides at Raymond, Washington, where he is engaged 
in the lumber business, being interested in the Clerin- 
Hamilton Lumber Company. 

He married. May 81, 1906, Ark Madding of Bridgeport, 

HI. 

Child, bom at Raymond: 

i. Bbnjamin Jaspbb,' b. Apr. 80, 1908. 

81. LuEULA^ Hamilton (Benjaminj* PeleHah^* James^^ 
Benjamin^* Abd^* Dtwid})^ daughter of Benjamin* and 
Clarissa A. (Culbertson) Hamilton, was bom in Jasper 
County, m., July 12, 1874. 

She married, September S, 1898, Joseph Roberson Eng- 
land, bom in Davis County, Iowa, January 16,. 1864. They 
reside at Sulphur Creek, Cal., where he is engaged as super- 
intendent of highways. 

Children : 

L JoBKFH ELlbold," b. at Highland SpriiigB, CaL, July 8, 

1804; d. there Oct 4, 1804. 

ii. CiATTON KsNNirrH, b. at Highland Spriogi, Aug. 28, 1805. 

liL Benjamin Cabol, b. near Kelseyville, Cal., Sept. 16, 1898. 

iv. Claba Msbcikl, b. at Bartlett Springs, Cal., Nov. 17, 1900. 

V. Lulu IaABmi» b. at l/miiams, Cal., Mar. 19, 1908. 

vi. Vkba, b. at Williams, Feb. iO, 1906. 

82. Prud£NC£ Ann' Hamilton (Guy jS./ PeleHa/h* 
Jame3,^ Benjamin,* Abd,^ David}), daughter of Guy S.* and 
Ann (Foster) Hamilton, was bom at Woonsoeket, R. I., 
December IS, 1846. 

She married at Sacramento, Cal., December S, 186S, 
John William McFadyen, who died at Dixon, Cal., Septem- 
ber 5, 1905. He was extensively engaged in farming at 
Dixon. He was at the head of all the Masonic bodies in 
Dixon and a member of the Grand Lodge of the State of 
California. 

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She resides at Dixon. 
Children: 

i. BiLUB,' b. at Sacnunento* Nov. 2. 1864; d. at Diioii» Nov. 7» 
1876. 
148. iL Edqab, b. at Dizon, Dec. 15, 1866. 

144. m. Mart, b. at Madison, Cal., Apr. 6, 1860. 

145. iv. John Gut, b. at Madison, Aug. 81, 1871. 

146. V. Habbt, b. at Madison, Aug. 1, 1878. 

vL SooTT, b. at Dixon, Apr. 26, 1878; d. there Apr. 12, 1879. 
viL DoNAXA, b. at Dizon, Jan. 12, 1888. 



83. Fbancis William^ Hamilton (Ouy 5./ Pdetiah,* 
James,^ Benjamin^* Abd,* Damd}), son of Guy S.* and Ann 
(Foster) Hamilton, was bom at North Troy» Vt.» August 
15, 1849. He is engaged as foreman at the planing mill 
and box factory of the Diamond Match Company, Red 
Bluff, Cal., which position he has held for twenty years. 

He married first, August 21, 1869, Martha J. Brundage 
of Sacramento, Cal.; and secondly, February 20, 1895, 
Mrs. Maggie Bell Grimm, widow of John Grimm. They 
reside at Red Bluff. 

Children by first wife, the first two bom at Austin, Nev., 
the others at San Francisco: 

147. i. Abthub Feancis,' b. July 9, 1870. 

ii. liAii BsLL, b. Nov. 20, 1872; d. at San Frandsoo, Dec. 17, 

1890. 
iii. Pbudencb Ann, b. Aug. 15, 1878. 
iv. Ltdxa Jane, b. May 8, 1875; m. Oct. 4, 1904, Joseph 

French of San Francisco, a bookkeeper for the Southern 

Pacific R. B. Co.; no issue. 

148. y. GaoBQB Gut, b. Nov. 9, 1882. 



84. Elvira Ricker^ Hill {HamUbm^ Hill, Betsey^ 
Hamilton, James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DaxndS), daughter of 
Hamilton* and Miriam (Hill) Hill» was bom at Hollis, 
Maine, January %, 1846. 

She married, June 5, 1869, Benjamin M. Bradbury of 

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JfameiE HamtUon 

Biddeford, Maine, son of William F. and Sophia £. (Ripley) 
Bradbury. 

She died at Manchester, N. H., March 2, 1894, and is 
buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco, Maine. 

Child, bom at Biddef ord : 

i. Btbon Mabshall," b. Apr. 12, 1S70; m. (1) June 1, 1887, 
Marcia Keaton; m. (2) May 18, 1894, Annette T. Buzzell, 
daughter of Wilbur B. L.^ (John C* BwssdL, Dorcas* 
HamUUmp Abd^* Benjamin^* AbdJ' Damd^) and Helen £. 
(Sargent) Buzsell; no issue. See page 975. 



86. OcTAYus Warren^ Hill {BamiUon^ HiU^ Betsey^ 
HamiUon^ James,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ David^), son of Hamil- 
ton* and Miriam (Hill) Hill, was bom at Hollis, Maine, 
August 80, 1848. 

He married in 1878, Rose A. Davis of Lyman, Maine, 
daughter of Reuben and Eliza (Allen) Davis. 

Children, all bom at Dayton : 

140. i. AiiTA Maud,' b. Jan. 18, 1874. 
150. ii. Mnnns Nora, b. May 15, 1876. 

ill. James HjiMwroK^ b. Sept. 24, 1878; d. at Dayton, Apr. 4, 
1805. 

iv. Ruth Blanche, b. Aug. 24, 1887. 



86. Mehitable Locke' Hill {BamiUon^ Bill, Betsey* 
HamiUony James,^ Benjaminy* Abel,* David}), daughter of 
Hamilton^ and Miriam (Hill) Hill, was bom at Dayton, 
Mame, August 21, 1854. 

She married at Tonawanda, N. Y., February 18, 1878, 
John L. Price of that town. He is a general contractor at 
Buffalo, N. Y., where they reside. 

Children, all bom at Tonawanda: 

151. i. George EIill," b. Mar. 4, 1874. 

ii. Levant HAMUiTON, b. Mar. 12, 1877; d. at Lockport, N. Y., 

Dec. 10, 1802. 
ill. Elnora Bell, b. Sept. 8, 1870; d. at Tonawanda, Apr. 

16, 1881. 

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87« John AiiBSRt^ Hill {John^ fftU, Betsey^ BamiUan^ 
JameSy^ Benjamin^* Abd,* Dcmid}), son of John* and Mary 
(Peirce) (Hill) Hill, was bom at Libbytown, Maine, Septem- 
ber 2, 1864. 

He married, Decemb^ 1, 1898, Jennie Lynch of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Child, bom at Boston (Charlestown), Mass.: 

i. AiBSBT Lbbub," b. July 8, 1900. 

88. ChariiBS Willard^ Kmo (Ann G.* Richer, Lydiaf 
HamilUm, James,^ Benjoamny* Abet,* David}), son of Samuel 
T. and Ann G.* (Ricker) King, was bom at Upper Mills, 
St. Stephen, New Brunswick, May 7, 1889. He entered 
Dartmouth College in the class of 1859, but left to engage in 
the lumber business with his father at Calais, Maine, and 
in 1871 removed with him to St. John, N. B., where he 
continued that business for many years. 

In 1901 he went to Red Bluff, Cal., where he died January 
18, 1908, and was buried. He was a man of conservative 
business sagacity, prompt and reliable in all his dealings, 
and popular in the business world. He was a sincere 
friend and a devoted husband and father. 

He married at Milltown, Maine, January 21, 1862, 
Harriet E. Kimball of MiUtown. She is a woman of vigorous 
mental qualities with a high conception of her own duties 
in life, just in her appreciation of others, and has nobly 
filled the position of wife and mother. 

Children, all bom at Calais, Maine: 

152. i. EmiA Elvira,* b. May 8, 1S64. 

ii. Amns Gabland, b. Jan. 24, 1S66. 

ill. GoBHAM KtmbaIiTi, b. June 14, 1870. At an early age he 
went to Bed Bluff with an uncle who was a merchant, 
manufacturer and ranchman and a leading dtisen of 
that town. Upon the death of his unde, Mr. King suc- 
ceeded to his business. 

89. RoBEiiNA Ricker' King {Ann 6.* Richer, Lydia^ 
HamiUon, James,^ Benjamin,* Abd,^ DamdS), daughter of 

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3amtsi Hamilton 

Samuel T. and Ann G.* (Ricker) King» was bom at Upper 
Mills, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, November 21, 1844. 

She married at Calais, Maine, April 28, 1866, Charles 
William Emerson of Calais. In her younger days Mrs. 
Emerson had a very vivacious and lively disposition, which, 
with matiuing years, has mellowed into a genial and gentle 
character which wins for her friends in every circle in which 
she moves. Her life has been made happy and delightful 
in the homes of her daughters. 

Children: 

158. i. EuzABBTH NoTT,' b. at Bay City, Mich.» Jan. 28, 1887. 
154. ii. Hatiob Kmo, b. at Monioe, Mich., May 17, 1889. 

90. Horace^ Kino {Ann G.* Ricker^ Lydia^ BamiUon^ 
JameSf^ Benjamin^* Abd,^ David}), son of Samuel T. and 
Ann G.* (Ridcer) King, was bom at Upper Mills, St. Stephen, 
New Brunswick, November 22, 1852. He was associated 
with his father and brother in the lumber business at St. 
John, and when this business was discontinued he retired. 

He married first at Bangor, Maine, July 4, 1875, Anna 
Gertrude Clementson Langan, bom at St. John, N. B., 
December 9, 1849, died at Kingsville, N. B., October SO, 
1877; and secondly near Liverpool, Eng., January 24, 1883, 
Eleanor Lawson Moran, bom at Liverpool, Octob^ SI, 
1855. Mrs. King is a woman of superior mental endow- 
ments, enriched very greatly by study and travel, and is 
a genuine type of the English gentlewoman. 

They reside at St. John, N. B. 

Children by first wife, all bom at St. John: 

i. Samuel Tn4EB,' b. Sept. 5, 1876; d. at Boston, Mass., 
Nov. SO, 1896. 

ii. Anna (twin), b. Oct. 26, 1877; d. Oct. 26, 1877. 

iii. Gebtbude Cuementbon (twin), b. Oct. 26, 1877; d. un- 
married at Boston, Mass., Sept. 24, 1909. 

91. Seth Tubner^ Lamb {Almirof Carle, Abigail^ HamU- 
ton, James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daivid^), son of Nathaniel 

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and Almira* (Carle) Lamb, was bom at Milltown, Maine, 
April 26, 1881. In early life he was a lumberman; later a 
farmer. For four years he was collector of customs in the 
Passamaquoddy district. 

He married at Robbinston, Maine, November 16, 1858, 
Harriet Brackett of Robbinston, bom October 9, 1882. 

Children, bom at Robbinston : 

155. i. Gbobob Albsbt/ b. Mar. 18, 1855. 

ii. Natbanixl, b. June 8, 1860; d. unmarried, Jan. 28, 1886. 
iiL S. Ammib, b. Aug. 29, 1864. 

mZ. James^ Lamb (Almira* Carle^ Abigail* HamUUm, 
Jamea,^ Bmjaminy* Abdy* David}) ^ son of Nathaniel and 
Almira* (Carle) Lamb, was bom at Milltown, Maine, May 
21, 1848. 

He married at Jacksonville, Maine, January 12, 1870, 
Nancy C. Mitchell of Jacksonville, bom October 29, 1847. 
He is a farmer at Robbinston, Maine. 

Child, bom at Milltown, Maine: 

156. i. MnfA Pabkb/ b. Oct. 14, 1870. 

93. Anna Caroline^ Lamb {Almira^ Carle^ Abigail* 
BamiUon^ James^^ Benjamin^* Abel^^ Daivid^)^ daughter of 
Nathaniel and Almira* (Carle) Lamb, was bom at Milltown, 
Maine, April 12, 1849. 

She married at Calais, Maine, May 26, 1874, Henry Mc- 
Allister of Milltown, New Bnmswick, bom August 80, 1847. 
Their place of residence is Milltown, N. B. 

Children, bom at Milltown, N. B.: 

L LouiBB Winter,' b. Feb. 26, 1876; d. unmarried at Mill- 
town, Feb. 1, 1908. 

ii. Ethel Cable, b. July 20, 1881 ; m. Apr. 14, 1900, Horace 6. 
Trimble of Calais, Maine. 

04. Elvira^ Carle {John* Carle, Abigail* Hamilton, 
James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), daughter of John* and 

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3amtA Hamttton 

Louisa (Waldron) Carle, was bom at Princeton^ Ifame, 
April 1, 18S9. 

She married at Princeton, June 7» 1856, Charles B. 
Vamam of that town, who died at Caribou, Maine, August 
21, 1899. She survives him and resides at Caribou. 

Children, the first four bom at Princeton, the others at 
Caribou: 

L WmbABD AuouBTUB," b. Mar. 4, 1858; d. at Princeton* 

Oct 15, 1859. 
ii. John WnJiABD, b. Nov. 11, I860; d. at Princeton, Nov. 6» 

1861. 

157. iii. Chabubb Edoab, b. Nov. 11, 1862. 
iv. Mabt Louibb, b. June 28, 1865. 

158. V. EnrrH Eiona, b. Jan. 11, 1868. 

vi. LxTCiMDA C. (twin), b. Mar. 2, 1871; m. at Caribou, Sespt, 
19, 1891, Frank E. Doe of Caribou; no iBSue. 

vii. Kathrtn C. (twin), b. Mar. 2, 1871; d. at Princeton, May, 
1878. 

viii. Mbhlb Cable, b. Dec 10, 1881; m. at Faitfidd, Maine, 
Feb. 10, 1909, Lottie M. Bates of Fairfield; no iaaue. 



95. Ruth Abigail' Cable (John* Carle^ Abigail^ HamU- 
ton, James,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David^), daughter of John* 
and Louisa (Waldron) Carle» was bom at Princeton, Maine, 
September 14, 1841. 

She married John Robinson of Princeton. 

She died at Princeton, August 1, 1875. 

Children, bom at Caribou, Maine: 

i. Dblub SnfFSON,* b. Aug. 6, 1868; d. at Princeton, Mar. 19, 

1870. 
ii. Lozn: Lsontinb, b. Aug. 21, 1871; m. at Caribou, Nov. 

8, 1892, Bert Hubbard of Caribou; no issue. 



98. Joshua Rigkbr' Carle (John^ Carle, Abigail^ 
Hamilton, James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of John* 
and Louisa (Waldron) Carle, was bom at Princeton, Maine, 
February 16, 1848. He is a farmer at Woodland, Maine. 

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J^Ul jBettenbaittn 

He married at Caribou, Maine, May 8, 1878, Vesta 

Page of Caribou. She is postmistress at Woodland. 

Children, bom at Caribou: 

i. SjiTHKaiNS Mat,' b. Mar. 8, 1879. 
159. ii. Pbbubt Roosbs, b. May 81, 1880. 

ill. AuGB Louisa, b. May 11, 1888; m. at Calais, Sept. 10, 
1907, John B. Yeaton of Cabas; no issue. 



07. Georgb Evander' Cable {John* Carle^ Abigail^ 
HamilUm, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son ci John* 
and Mary (O'Brien) Carle, was bom at Princeton, Maine, 
July 7, 1861. 

He married at Princeton, Octob^ 12, 1887, Auretta 
Sprague of that town, and they reside there. 

Children, bom at Princeton: 

L BoBXBT BuoBSB,' b. Sept. 9, 1890. 
ii. John Sfracfub, b. Dec. 28, 1892. 
lit. Bezia Spraous, b. Sept. 19, 1899. 

98. Elizabeth Estella' Carle {John* Carle, Abigail* 
HamiUan, Jam^es,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DamtV), daughter of 
John* and Mary (O'Brien) Carle, was bom at Princeton, 
Maine, January 21, 1864. 

She married first at Calais, Maine, June 26, 1895, WObert 
Edgerly of Princeton; and secondly at St. Stephen, New 
Brunswick, December 2, 1908, Hampden C. Brown of Port 
Townsend, Wash. They reside at Port Townsend. 

Children by first husband, bom at Princeton: 

L Carl HAHmroN,' b. Apr. 1, 1890. 
ii. Mabxon JoBEPmNX, b. Not. 1, 1901. 

Child by second husband, bom at Princeton : 
ilL Ruth Abigail, b. Oct. 27, 1904. 

09. RossELL Collins' Dxtnn (80%* Carle, Abigail* 
Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DaxidS), son of Levi C. 

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JfameiE Hamilton 

lUDid Sally* (Carle) Dunn, was bom at Machias, Maine, 
July 25, 1840. 

In September, 1862, he enlisted in Co. F., 6th Maine 
Vol. B^., and served as Sei^eant. 

He died at Belle Plain, Va., March 25, 1863, and was 
buried at Calais, Maine. 

He married, July 81, 1862, Annie A. McLean of Calais. 
They had no children. 



100. OuN Cobb' Dunn (SaUj^ Carle, Abigail^ BamiUon, 
James,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* Dacid}), son of Levi C. and Sally* 
(Carle) Dunn, was bom at Alexander, Maine, April 6, 1848. 

He married in York County, Pa., January 11, 1870, 
Mary Priscilla Jones of West Bangor, Pa. 

Children, all bom at Brownville, Maine: 

160. i. NnfA Cabia,* b. July U, 1878. 

161. ii. Rbna Ethel, b. Dec. 9, 1875. 

162. ill. RoBBiBiJ. OuK, b. Apr. 2, 1878. 
iv. LiSBinn Annib, b. Aug. 25» 1881. 
V. Emobt Nobwood, b. July 27, 1885. 



101. Laura Jane' Dunn (iSa%* CarUy Abigail^ Hamil- 
ton, Jamea,*^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daxnd}), daughter of Levi C. 
and Sally* (Carle) Dunn, was bom at Alexander, Maine, 
September 18, 1849. 

She married at Brownville, Maine, December 25, 1882, 
George Thurlow of Brownville. They reside at Orono, 
Maine. 

Children, bom at Brownville: 

i. Mtra Dunn,' b. July 81» 1884. 

ii. Abbib Cable, b. Mar. 8, 1886. ' 



102. Ci>eantha' Carle {Thcmiae^ Carle, Abigail^ Hamil- 
ton, James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Thomas* 

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V. 



f^ii SeiEcenbantfl! 

and Sarah (Zellma) Carle, was bom at Princeton, Maine, 
October 7, 1846. 

She married at Calais, Maine, March, 1805, John Carr 
Foss of Weston, Maine, son of Joel and Mary (Palmer) Foss. 

She died at Weston, May 28, 1886. 

Children, all bom at Weston: 

JokIh* b. July 4, 1868. 

Mart ICsHrrABLB, b. Sept. 12, 1869. 

Anna Lamb, b. Apr. 4, 1874. 

Thomas Fbedebick, b. May 28, 1876. 

Sabah Cablh, b. Apr. 10, 1877; m. at Palmyra, Maine, 
June 21, 1906, EDairy H. Coston; no issue. She was 
graduated from Farmington State Normal School in 
1908, and is principal of the Hartland Primary School, 
Hartland, Maine. 

167. vL LxTAiiUB HnJi, b. Jan. 14, 1879. 

168. vii. John Cabb, b. Jan. 10, 1882. 

viii. Panbt CiaBANTHA, b. May 27, 188S; m. at St Stephen, 
N. B., June 29, 1907, Thomas Elsemoie of Princeton, 
Maine; no issue. She was educated for a nurse, and her 
husband is a derk in the post o&ce at Seattle, Wash., 
where they reside. 

lOS. Calvin Crtthby^ Cable (Thomas^ Carle, Abigail^* 
Hamilton^ James,^ Benjaminy* Abel,* DtwidS), son of Thoma^ 
and Sarah (Zellma) Carle, was bom at Princeton, Maine, 
May 14, 1849. 

He married at Calais, Maine, April 1, 1881, Ella Edgerley 
of Princeton, and they reside there. 

Children, all bom at Princeton : 

i. Pabkb Frank,* b. May 15, 1890; d. by drowning, December 

2, 1905. 
ii. Fbteb Calvin, b. Apr. 24, 1898. 
iii. Thsuia Mabib, b. June 7, 1898. 

104. Amelia ZsLUiA' Cable {Thonuu^ Carle, Ahigail* 
Hamilton, Janies,^ Benjamin,^ Abd,* DaoidS), daughter of 
Thomas* and Sarah (Zellma) Carle, was bom at Princeton, 
Maine, April 10, 1851. 

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She married at Calais, Maine, October 7, 1870, Joseph 
P. Foss of Weston, Maine, son of Joel and Mary (Palmer) 
Fobs. 

They reside at Weston. 

Children, all bom at Weston: 

169. L Paul Fbamk,' b. Aug. Sl» 1878. 

170. ii. SjLTHBBBir Munam, b. Not. 16, 1876. 

171. liL Emmkt JmaoMM, b. Dec. 20, 1889. 
iy. Amthomt Watnb, b. July 19, 1884. 

▼. BuBKa BoBiBT, b. June 80, 1887; d. at Westoa, June 10, 
1919. 

105. Geobgb^ Cablb {Tlunruu^ Carle^ Abigail^ HamiUon, 
James^^ Benjamin^* Ahd^^ Damd^)^ son of Thomas* and 
Sarah (Zellma) Carle, was bom at Princeton, Maine, August 
11, 1868. 

He married at Weston, Maine, February 2, 188S, Cora 
Moody of Weston. They reside at Princeton. 
Children, all bom at Princeton : 

172. I 6noBOiAANNA,'b. Oct. 9, 1885. 

ii. Claudb Chbsteb, b. Nov. 5, 1886; d. Apr. 80, 1910. 
178. in. CiAAifTHA Lee, b. Feb. 21, 1888. 
iv. Tbqmab Cubon, b. Nov. 27, 1891. 
V. CoBUBM Tbaztxb, b. June 26, 1896. 
vi. L11.A Max, b. Oct. 12, 1899. 
vii. Kbith B00BB8, b. Mar. 25, 1905. 

106. Alb£bt Lamb^ Cable {Thonuu? Carle^ Abigail* 
Hamilton, James,^ Benjamin^* Abd,^ David^), son of Thomas* 
and Sarah (Zellma) Carle, was bom at Princeton, Maine, 
July 2, 1867. He is a travelling salesman. 

He married, Jmie 20, 1890, Mary Galvin of Nashua, 
N. H., who died at Beachmont, Mass., February 26, 1911. 
Child, bom at East Boston, Mass. : 

L Mabbl Aliosa,* b. Oct 80, 1892. 

107. HowABD^ HAMiim)N {Pofter,* Benjamin A.,* James,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), son of Porter* and Sally (Hill) 

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Hamflton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, November 
IS, 1845. He was for many years connected with the 
house of Deering, Milliken and Company of Portland, 
Maine, and New York City, and is now connected with a 
wholesale clothing house in Portland, having control of 
their trade in New Hampshire, Vermont, and a part of 
Massachusetts. 

He married at Biddeford, Maine, March 6, 1877, Qra 
Andrews, daughter of Hon. Leonard Andrews of Biddeford 
where they reside. 

Children: 

i. Ownr Grass,* b. at Saoo, Maine, Feb. 26, 1881. 

ii. Grace Wakbfdbld, b. at Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 17, 1800. 

108. Frank^ Hamilton {Porter^* Benjamin A.,* James^* 
Benjamin^* Abd^* David^), son of Porter* and Sally (Hill) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, November 
20, 1848. When a boy he went to Traverse City, Mich., 
in the employ of Hanna, Lay and Company, remaining 
with them for a number of years, until he b^an business 
in connection with James W. Milliken who was employed 
by the same firm at the same time. He is a prosperous 
merchant at Traverse City; has held many public offices 
and has been mayor of that city. He is much interested 
in the work of the church and has been a deacon in the 
Congregational Church in Traverse City for many years. 

He married, January 8, 1877, Eva Rosman of Glen 
Harbor, Mich. They have no children. 

109. Charles^ Habolton (Porter* Benjamin A.,* James^* 
Benjamin,* Ahd,* Daivid^), son of Porter* and Sally (Hill) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, November 
4, 1862. He was a skilled mechanic and lived at Lawrence, 
Mass.; later he removed to Providence, R. I. 

He married at Dover, N. H., April 7, 1880, Sarah L. 
VerriU. 

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He died at Saco, Maine, May 5, 1886» and is buried there. 

Children: 

1. Eva AmarTTB,' b. at Lawrenoe, Mass., Mar. $1, 1881. 
174. IL PoBTBB, b. at Providence, B. I., Mar. ^ 1888. 



110. AiiONZO Adams' Hamilton {Alonsso,* Benjamin A.,* 
James^* Benjamin^* Ahd^^ Damd})^ son of Alonzo* and Mary 
A. (Chase) Hamilton, was bom at Saco, Maine, August 21» 
1842. He was for many years employed by Wilson, Hamil- 
ton and Company, and later became a partner in the firm 
of A. Hamilton and Company. After the dissolution of 
that firm he engaged in business with his father imder the 
firm name of Hamilton, Whitney and Company, and later 
he was a partner with his father in the manuf act^ure and 
sale of cloaks, which business he continued imtil the time 
of his death, which occurred at Boston, October 16, 1883. 

He was a man of fine spirits and a genial companion. 

He married at Boston, Mass., January 25, 1866, Sarah 
Chandler Blake, who died at Boston, October, 1872, 
daughter of Harrison Gray Otis Blake of Worcester, Mass. 

Child, bom at Boston : 

i. Mart Blakb,' b. Feb. 18, 1869; d. Nov. 21, 1911. 



111« Minnie Chase' Hamilton {Alonsso^^ Benjamin A.,* 
James f^ Benjamin^* Abd,^ Daivid^)^ daughter of Alonzo* and 
Mary A. (Chase) Hamilton, was bom at Saco, Maine, May 
4, 1844. 

She married, October 21, 1870, Bernard Whitman, who 
died in Bogota, South America, October 18, 1885, son of 
Rev. Jason Whitman. He was an engineer and street rail- 
way constructor. 

After the death of her husband she returned to Boston 
and became connected with charitable work in that city. 
She was one of the organizers of the Lend a Hand Society 
of which Rev. Edward Everett Hale was president. She 

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Sarah C. (Blake) Hamilton 



was a director, secretary and general manager of that 
society for twenty-five years, resigning her position as 
general manager, May 24, 1911, when she was handsomely 
remembered by her fellow workers in that society. She 
added much to our local knowledge of South America by 
her lectures delivered in various parts of New England. 
She was the author of several volumes of children's Bible 
stories, which were used extensively in Sunday schools. 
Children: 

175. i. Edwabo Haiolton,^ b. at Pemambuco, Bnudl, Aug. 6p 

1871. 
ii. Abthur Faibfusld, b. at Dorchester, Mass., July SI, 1878; 

m. Sept. 1, 1908, Delia Emerson GiUis of Boston; no 

issue, 
iii. Franob Chabb, b. at Genoa, Italy, Sept. 8, 1874; m. June 

80, 1908, liUian Florence T/unkin of Newton, Mass., 

who d. there Sept 11, 1905. 
IT. Faus, b. at Boxbury, Mass., Mar. 19, 1876; d. there Mar. 

25, 1876. 
y. Sarah Nason, b. at Boston, Mass., Feb. 17, 1877. 



112. Habrt Fairfield' Hamilton {Benjamin F.,* Ben- 
jamin A./ Jam^es,^ Benjamin^* Abdy* Daxnd})^ son of Ben- 
jamin F.* and Sarah T. (Fairfield) Hamilton, was bom at 
Saco, Maine, December 16, 1856. He was graduated from 
the University of Maine in the class of 1876, receiving the 
degree of S.B., and from Harvard University in the class 
of 1878, with the degree D.M.D. He is engaged in the 
practice of dentistry, in which he is eminent, at Boston, 
where he resides. 

He is immarried. 



113. RoBEKT Whitman' Hamilton {Benjamin F.,« Ben- 
jamin R.J^ Jam/eSy^ Benjamin^* Ahd^ Damd}), son of Ben- 
jamin F.* and Sarah T. (Fairfield) Hamilton, was bom at 
Saco, Maine, Jime 19, 187S. He was graduated from 
Bussey Institute, Harvard University in the class of 1896, 

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3wntsi Hamilton 

and 18 engaged, with hia brother, in the manufactuie of 
dental supplies at Boston. 
He is unmarried. 



114. Gbobgb Kxsnnet^ Hamilton {Jason^^ Benjamin 
A.,* James f^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Jason* and 
Jane (Hill) Hamilton, was bom at Sanford (Springvale)» 
Maine, March SI, 1845. He resides in Boston, where he is 
engaged with the firm of R. H. White and Company, as 
manager of their uphobtery department. 

He married, January, 1867, Helen M. Hayes, bom at 
Rochester, N. H., November 19, 1842. 

Children, the first three bom at Saco, Maine, the last 
at Kennebunk, Maine: 

i. Edoab Hatib,' b. Nov. 28, 1867; d. Feb. 12, 1874. 

ii. Mabt Cabtbb, b. Apr. 10, 1876; d. Sept. 15, 1876. 

iii. Wai;tsb ELltib, b. June 28, 1878. 

iv. Helen Jobephins, b. Dee. 8, 1880. 



115. Annette' Habciltgn (Jason,* Benjamin R.,* Jamss,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Jason* and Jane 
(Hill) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, Feb- 
mary 19, 1847. 

She married at Saco, Maine, August 8, 1871, William 
Taylor Rice of Saco, who was for many years a banker in 
Boston, and later in the furniture business; now retired. 
They reside in Winthrop, Mass. 

Child, bom at Saco: 

176. i. Maboubbitb Chadboubmb,* b. Oct. 27, 1872. 



118. Alice^ Peibce (Daniel AJ Peirce, Jamss H* 
Peirce, Martha* Hamilton, Jam£s,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
daughter of Daniel A.^ and Mary E. (Gile) Peirce, was 

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bom at Hyde Park, HI., July 5, 187S. She was graduated 
from the tJniversity of Chicago in the class of 1898. 

She married at Chicago, November 16, 1899, Albert H. 
Sylvester of California. He is a graduate of Berkeley 
University, CaL, and is superintendent of a national forest 
in the State of Washington. 

They have no children. 



117. Mart Emma* Blaisdeu. {Lucy BJ Peircey James 
H.^ Peirce, Martha* HamiUan^ James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), daughter of Frank W. and Lucy B.^ (Peiroe) 
Blaisdell, was bom at Lyman, Maine, April 11, 1878. She 
was graduated from Colby CoU^^e in the class of 1901. 

She married, January 1, 1902, Rev. Arthur Train Belknap 
of Andover, Mass. 

Children : 

i. EiiDEABETH Peibce,* b. at Andover, Mass., Mar. 18, 1904. 
ii. Kathxrine Blaisdell, b. at Providenoe, R. I., May 96, 

1906. 
ill. Janet Hosmeb, b. at Franklin, Ind., Jan. 25, 1910. 



118. A1.B10N GiLE* Feirce {James'' Peirce, Jam/es H.* 
Peirce, Martha* Hamilton, Jam£s,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Da/vid}), 
son of James^ and Ella L. (Gile) Peirce, was bom at Methuen, 
Mass., June 22, 1880. 

He was graduated from Yale University in the class of 
1902, and from Boston University Law School in the class 
of 1905. 

He is engaged in the practice of his profession at Lawrence, 
Mass., a member of the firm of Feirce and Wadsworth. 

He is unmarried. 



119. Gertrxtde Macomber^ Young {WiUiam P? Young, 
Sarah* Peirce, MaHha* Hamilton, Jamjes,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
Damd^), daughter of William P.*^ and Sarah H. (Macomber) 

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3mntsi Hamilton 

Young, was bom at Milo» Maine, August 24, 1870. Before 
her marriage she was an official court reporter in the courts 
of Iowa. 

She married, October 25, 1892, Paul Morrow Madean 
of Carroll, Iowa, who is an editor and editorial writer. 

They reside at Creston, Iowa. 

Children, all bom at Creston : 

i. Eloabbth,* b. May 8, 1995. 

ii. Hugh Logan, b. June 18, 1806; d. Oct. 24, 1911. 

iii. Wn^LEAM PsntcB, b. Nov. 0, lOOS. 



120. Chables Elwin* Simpbon {Charles PJ Simpson^ 
Lueinda* Peirce^ Martha^ Hamilton^ James,* Benjamin^^ 
Ahel,^ Damd}), son of Charles F.*^ and Addie (Beed) Simpson, 
was bom at Clinton, Maine, September IS, 1866. He is 
a teacher in the East Boston High School. 

He married, August 7, 1899, Alice D. Dostie, bom in 
Quebec, Canada. 

Children, bom at Winthrop, Mass. : 

L AucB Jbannetts,* b. July 16, 190S. 
ii. RiCHABD Elwin, b. May 17, 1007. 



121. James Thurston' Hamilton {James H.,^ Oliver^* 
Jamjss^ Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son of James H.' 
and Elsie Etta (Libby) Hamilton, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, March 27, 1875. 

He married, June 16, 1897, Helen M. Newcomb of Gror- 
ham, Maine. 

They reside at Portland, Maine. 

Children : 

i. Mabiok Lucille,* b. at Scarboro, Maine, Oct. 18, 1890. 
ii. Edith Mat, b. at Gorham, Maine, June 17, lOOS. 



122. Bessie Ebika* Hamilton {James H.,'' Oliver,* 
James,* James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of 

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James H.^ and Elsie Etta (Libby) Hamilton, was bom at 
Harrison, Maine, November 20, 1882. 

She married, June SO, 1904, Thomas Wesley Gumey, 
bom at Rockland, Mass., October 4, 1876. They reside 
at Burlington, Vt. 

Children : 

i. KBNNirrH Howland,* b. at Saco, Maine, Aug. 26, 1905. 
ii. Paul Hamilton, b. at Oid Orchard, Maine, Sept. iSt^ 1906. 
iii. DoBOTHT, b. at Burlington, Vt., June 26, 1909. 



1)88« QuvER GuT» Dey {Cyrena FJ Hamilton^ Olwer,^ 
James,* James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DavidS), son of James A. 
and Cyrena F.^ (Hamilton) Dey, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, March SI, 187S. 

He married at Bay City, Mich., January 2S, 1907, Clemen- 
tine Louise Brown of Morgan Hill, Cal. They now reside 
at Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Children, bom at Morgan EQll: 

i. FmLiP ScHUTLER,* b. Dee. 1, 1907. 
li. DoBiB Clementinx, b. June 19, 1909. 



134. Jennie Gertrttde* Habcilton {Charles S.,'' Jamss,* 
Peletiah,* James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daxnd}), daughter of 
Charles S.^ and Julia R. (Shute) Hamilton, was bom at 
Eden, Vt., December 29, 1868. 

She married first at Albany, Vt., in 1882, Judson A. 
Turner; and secondly, in May, 1897, Sidney U. Fisher. 

She died at Albany, Vt., May 28, 1898. 

Children by first husband: 

i. Minnie Robe,* b. at Albany, Vt., Dec. 8, 1882; m. about 

1897, Elmer Masco, and d. at Rouse's Point, N. Y., 

about 1908. 
iL Lbona ArabbTiTiE, b. at Albany, Vt., May 20, 1885; m. 

Sidney U. Fisher; no issue. 
iiL Phua, b. at West Woodbury, Vt., Apr. 9, 1890; m. about 

1908, Masco, brother of Elmer Masco; no issue. 

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Child by second husband: 

iy. Dban Calvin, b. at Albany, May 14, 1806. 



135. James Ebskine* Hamilton {Charles S.,^ Jafnes,^ 
PeleHah,^ James,^ Benjamin^* Abel,^ Dcund})^ son of Charles 
S.^ and Julia R. (Shute) Hamilton, was bom at Albany » 
Vt., September 4, 1876. He was graduated from Tabor 
College, Tabor, Iowa, and for some years has been engaged 
in the painting and paper hanging business at Albany, Vt. 

He married at Eden, Vt., December 22, 1898, Julia Alvira 
Leach of Eden. 

Children, the first six bom at Craftsbury, Vt., the last 
at Albany: 

]. AuiBDA Sctt,* b. July 9, 1900. 

ii. Alfbeda Gertrudb, b. Sept. 2, 1901. 

iii. Chableb Henrt, b. Dec. 4, 1902, d. Aug. 7, 190S. 

iv. RxTTH Ada, b. Oct. 81, 1904. 

V. James Leo, b. Nov. 26, 1906. 

vi. EiLA Mae, b. Apr. 22, 1908. 

vii. GoLDA Peabi^ b. May 1, 1910. 



138. Pearl Habciltgn^ Matnabd {RoaaJihy AJ HamU- 
totis James,* Peletiah,^ James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), 
son of George S. and Rosalthy A.^ (Hamilton) Maynard, 
was bom at Elmyra, lU., July 14, 1870. 

He married at Princeton, 111., March 1, 1899, Mary Alice 
Mannon of Bradford, HI. 

They reside at Toulon, HI. 

Children, all bom at Toulon: 

i. Bobs Mamnon,* b. Feb. 28, 1901. 

ii. Vesper Ibenb, b. Mar. 15, 1902. 

iii. Hebshbl Pbabl, b. May 12, 1904. 

iv. Hot Wellman, b. Aug. 8, 1905. 



127. CoBA Ameua^ Matnabd {RosaJthy A."* HamiUon, 
James,* Peletiak,* Jamjes,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), daughter 

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^iiK BeiEcettbantt 

of George S. and Rosalthy A.' (Hamilton) Maynard, was 
bom at Elmyra, HI., February 2» 1877. 

She married, Jmie 18, 1902, James Herbert States of 
Grafton, Pa., who died May 1, 1908, and was buried at 
Elmyra, III. 

Child, bom at Bradford, 111. : 

i. Mabsl BofiiB»* b. Mw. 17, 1908. 



128* Geoboe* Beadle {Mary /.' HamiUan, James,* 
Pdetiah,^ James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son of Thomas 
J. and Mary J.' (Hamilton) Beadle, was bom at Ttoy, Vt., 
August 2, 1869. 

He married at Newport, Vt., October 2, 1895, Mattie O. 
Mecham, of Newport Center, Vt., and they reside there. 

Children, all bom at Newport Center: 

L Mblb Tboiias,* b. Feb. SO, 1807; d. Newport Center, 

Mw. 16, 1807. 

ii. VsLifA Qbudia, b. Oct. 18, 1806. 

ill. Ablano Gbobob, b. Mar. 18, 1008. 

iv. Mabvdv Mbcham, b. May 7, 1006. 

V. Mauu Lucujjb, b. May IS, 1008. 

"wi. Mauon Outs, b. Jan. SS, 1010. 

1S9. LusLLA* BEiiU>iaB (Mary J.^ HamiUan, James,* 
PeLriiah,* Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DamdS), daughter of 
Thomas J. and Mary J.' (Hamilton) Beadle, was bom at 
Troy, Vt., November 19, 1875. 

She married at West Derby, Vt., June 1, 1897, Frederick 
S. Briggs of Newport, Vt. 

She died at Newport, August 80, 1904. 

Children, bom at Newport: 

i. Lbioh TmoMAA* (twin), b. May 81, lOOS. 

ii. EABI.AH Jams (twin), b. May 81, lOOS; d. May 81, lOOS. 

130. Nbttie Abdella* Ross {Lucy A.'' Hamilton, 
James,* Pektiah,* Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abd,* Damd^), daugh- 

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Samtsi Hamilton 

t^ of Horace and Lucy A.^ (Hamilton) Ro88» was bom at 
Bakerafidd, Vt., September 9, 1871. 

She married at Bakersfidd, January 25, 1899» Willard 
Randall of Boston, Mass. 

Child, bom at Bakersfidd: 

L Ebm» Boss,* b. Jan. 28, 1900. 



181. Mabt Jane* Habolton {Henry Erskine^'* James^^ 
Pdetiaht^ James,* Benjamin^* Abel,* David}) , daughter of 
Henry Erskine^ and Sarah M. (Morrill) Hamilton, was 
bom at Farragut, Iowa, May 28, 1882. 

She married at Tabor, Iowa, December SI, 1902, James 
Norvell of Steamboat Springs, Col. 

Children, the first bom at Yampa, Col., the others at 
Steamboat Springs: 

L Ruth Louibb,* b. Sept. 97, 1908. 
iL Edith BCaboabst, b. Dec. 97, 1004. 
iii. Jamhb AflBi7BT» b. Sept. 11, 1007; dL at Steamboat Springs, 
Nov. 14, 1900. 



132. Maud Luella* Hamilton {James Z.,^ James^^ 
Peletiah,* James,* Benjamin,* Ahd,* DavidS), daughter of 
James Z.^ and Annie (Miller) Hamilton, was bom at Farra- 
gut, Iowa, December 7, 1877. 

She married at Shenandoah, Iowa, October 12, 1809, 
Harvey H. Gait of Shenandoah. 

Children, all bom at Shenandoah : 

i. AcofHB LucnaB,* b. June 11, 1901. 
ii. Btbon ELaioijton, b. Sept. 26, 1905. 
iii. Donald Spiluiak, b. May ft, 1906. 



133. Edith Junia* HaioiiTon {James Z.,^ James,^ 
Pdetiah,* James,* Benjamin,* Abd,* David^), daughter of 
James ZJ and Annie (Miller) Hamilton, was bom at Far- 
ragut, Iowa, June 18, 188S. 

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She married at Shenandoah, Iowa, April 22, 190S, Charies 
Bollin Shatto of Shenandoah. 

Chfldien, the first bom at Sioux City, Iowa, the others 
at Toledo, Iowa: 

L DoBOTHT Mai7D»* b. Apt. 83, 1004. 
iL Chakiab Boujn, b. Mw. 90, 1006. 
iiL Jbak, b. Feb. 15, 1010. 



134. Iauba Melvena* Keith (Lauretta FJ HamUton, 
John,* PeUtiah,* James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DamdS), daughter 
61 Rud Z. and Lauretta F.' (Hamilton) Keith, was bom at 
North T*t)y, Vt., March 25, 1886. 

She married at North Troy, April 27, 1887, Alvin Chester 
Aiken, bom at Glen Sutton, Canada. They reside at North 
Tlx)y. 

Children, all bom at North Troy: 

i. Casbgul Alvin,* b. July 15, 1801; d. at Montreal, Canada, 

Mar. 8, 1000. 
ii. Habbt Edwin, b. Feb. 0, 1806. 
iii. NsLLiB Laubsttb, b. Dec. 0, 1002. 

13S« Pell Hamilton* Johnson (Josephine E. ^ HamiUan, 
John,* Petetiah,* Jam^es,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of 
Hiram A. and Josephine E.^ (Hamilton) Johnson, was bom 
at Troy, Vt., September 5, 1862. 

He married at Troy, December SI, 1884, Emma J. 
Griggs, bom at Jay, Vt. They reside at Manchester, N. H. 

Children: 

i. Earl Clifton,* b. at Troy, Apr. 10, 1802. 
ii. Habbt Alton, b. at Manchester, July 4, 1800; d. there 
Mar. IS, 1010. 

lim. Aabon Brat' Johnson (Josephine EJ Hamilton, 
John,* Peletiah,* James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of 
Hiram A. and Josephine E.^ (Hamilton) Johnson, was bom 
at Troy, Vt., November 26, 1871. 

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He married at Greensboro, Vt., November 26, 1801, 
Carrie B. Townflend, bom at Newport, Vt. Thqr reside 
in.Manchest^, N. H. 

Child, bom at Manchester: 

i. Nnm Mat,* b. Apr. 16, 18S6. 



1S7. WniUAM Cabst* Rxtddkll {Lucia J.'' HamiUon^ 
Charles if.,* Pdetiah^* James,^ Benjamin^,* Abd,^ Daiind})^ 
mm of Charles H. and Lucia J.^ (Hamilton) Ruddell, was 
bom at Robinson, HI., September 29, 1861. 

He married at Winfield, Kan., January 17, 1888, Frances 
Lingenfdter, bom at Louisiana, Mo., August SO, 1868, 
died at Denton, Texas, March 15, 1897. 

Children, the first bom at Terrell, Texas, the others at 
Denton: 

L WnuAM FaaDOOc,* b. Apr. 85, 1889. 
iL Hnnnr LomuarauaaLt b. Dec S4, 189S. 
m. FaAMGiB Biju>, b. Dec 11, 1896. 



188. Habold McNxal* RxTDDBEJi {Lucia J.^ HamUUmf 
Chartea if .,< PeUHah,^ James,* Benjamin,^ Ahd,^ Daeidf), 
son of Charles H. and Luda J.' (Hamilton) RuddeU, was 
bom at Terrell, Texas, November 21, 1878. 

He married at Hillsboro, Texas, June 5, 1901, Loula 
SUlough, bom at Hubbard City, Texas. 

Child, bom at Denison, Texas: 

i. Cbabub Habold,* b. Oct. 8, 1908. 



189* Lucia EoiiAKTIns* Wait {Frances HJ HamiUonp 
Charles if.,* Peleliah,^ James,* Benjamin,* Ahd,^ Daoii}), 
daughter of Richard S. and IVances H.' (Hamilton) Wait, 
was bom near Hanford, Cal., January 22, 1877. 

She married, November 26, 1908, William Harlin Smith 
of Hanford. 

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Children, all bom near Hanford: 

L LouiBB EsTBUJD,* b. Sept. 15, 1M5. 
ii. Fumtaxcm Adbub» b. S^t. 18, 1907. 
iiL Edith LoBRAonB, b. Sept. 11, 1009. 



140« Frances Mudd* Wait {Frances HJ HamiUan, 
Charles if./ Pdetiah,^ James,^ Benjamin* Ahd,* Damdf), 
daughter of Richard S. and BHranoes H.^ (Hamilton) Wait* 
was bom near Hanford, Cal., June 19, 1879. 

She married, October 96, 1904, George HubbeU Waite of 
Hanford. 

Children, all bom near Hanford : 

L WuMA Wdiifbbd/ b. Aug. 80, 1905. 
u. John Bighabd, b. Sept. 17, 1907. 
iiL Ghobgh Hamiuion, b. July 7, 1909. 



141. MiNNiB* Hamilton {William iJ./ PeleHak.* Pele- 
tiah,* James,^ Benjamin^^ Abel,* David^), daughter of William 
H.^ and Mary A. (Drake) Hamilton, was bom at Hutson- 
ville. 111., January 14, 1885. 

She married, February 8, 190S, J. Weaver Scott of Terre 
Haute, Ind. 

Child, bom at Tare Haute: 

i. Seima,* b. in 1908. 



142« ChabiiOtte* Hamilton {John,'' Peletiah,* PeleUah,* 
James f* Benjamin,* Abel,* DanndS), daughter of John' and 
Dora (Rudebusch) Hamilton, was bom at Dayton, Ohio, 
June 24, 1887. 

She married at Dayton, August 1, 1906, Ralph Strader 
of Dayton. 

Child, bom at Dayton : 

i. Mabt Bhlub,* b. May 80, 1907. 

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148. Edgar* McFadten (Prudence A.'' HamUtan^ Ovy 
S.f^ Pdetiah,* JameSy* Benjamin^* Abd^* David}) j son of 
John W. and Prudence A.' (Hamilton) McFadyen, was 
bom at Dixon» Cal., December 15, 1866. He was for 
fourteen years cashier of the Placer County Bank at Auburn, 
Cal., from which he resigned, and has since been engaged 
in the undertaking business at Long Beach, Cal., where he 
is very prominent in fraternal orders. 

He married at Dixon, May 10, 1892, Katherine Louise 
Snyder of that town. 

Children: 

i. DwiOBT Sntdbs,* b. at Dizon, Dec 7, 1896. 

iL Pbudkngb Mabdb, b. at Auburn, CsL, June 28, 1000. 

iii. WnuAM Tavl, b. at Long Beach, Cal., July 1, 1907. 



144« Mabt* McFadysn {Prudence A J HamiUony Guy 
iS.,* Pdetiah,* James^^ Benjamin^* Abd^* Daeid^), daughter of 
John W. and Prudence A.' (Hamilton) McFadyen, was bom 
at Madison, Cal., April 6, 1869. 

She married at Dixon, Cal., October 11, 1804, Benjamin 
Carver French of Dixon. He is a capitalist and resides at 
Davis, Cal. 

Children, bom at Davis: 

i. John Auud,* b. Feb. 25, 1807. 

iL Prudsncb Hannah, b. Nov. 2S, 1898. 



145. John Gut* McFadysn (Prudence A.^ HamUton^ 
Ouy iS.,* PdeUahy* James^* Benjamin,* Abd,* Damd}), son of 
John W. and Pradence A.^ (Hamilton) McFadyen, was 
bom at Madison, Cal., August SI, 1871. 

He married at Oakland, Cal., May S, 1898, Grace Wright 
of Dixon, Cal. 

Children: 

i. DmMAB,* b. at linoohi, Cal.» Dec. 10, 1900; d. at Sacra- 
mento, CsL, June 16, 1901. 
ii. BoBBBT, b. at Berkeley, Cal., Apr. 8S, 1910. 

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146. Habrt* McFadten {Prudence AJ HamiUan^ Quy 
S.,* Pdetiah,^ JameSy^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Dmid}), son of John 
W. and Prudence A.^ (Hamilton) McFadyen, was bom at 
Madison, Cal., August 1, 187S. He holds high positions 
in Masonry and other orders, and resides at Dixon, Gil. 

He married at San Francisco, April 18, 1903, Lottie 
Culver, of San Francisco. 
Child, bom at Dixon, Cal. : 

i. WnuAM WnJaABO»* b. June 5, 1006. 

147. Arthur Fr^incib* Hamilton (Francis W.,^ Quy 
8.,* Pdetiahf* James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), son of 
Francis W.^ and Martha J. (Brundage) Hamilton, was bom 
at Austin, Nev., July 9, 1870. He is foreman at the planing 
mill of the San Vincent Lumber Co., Santa Cruz, Cal. 

He married, June 25, 1892, Grace Jennings of Red Bluff, 

Cal. 

Children, bom at Red Bluff: 

i. Cbol Mas,* b. Nov. «5, 1888. 
ii. Abxhur Lix>n, b. Sept ftSt^ 1885. 



148. Gbobge Guy* Hamh/ton {Francis W.,^ Quy 8.,* 
Peletiah^ James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Francis 
W.' and Martha J. (Brundage) Hamilton, was bom at San 
Frandsco, Cal., November 9, 1882. He is engaged in the 
lumber business at San Francisco. 

He married, July 1, 1900, Annie Jude of San Francisco. 

Children, the Srst two bom at Red Bluff, Cal., the last 
at San Francisco: 

i. BoBEBT Basold* h. Dec. 21, 1808. 

ii. Fbank Thomas, b. July 4, 1906. 

iii. RuBSKiiL Bbdmdagb, b. Dec. 22, 1907. 



149. Alta Maud* Hill {OcUwus W? HiU, Hamilton* 
Hill, Betsey* HamiUan, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daeid}), 

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3famn( ilamtltoti 

daughter of Octavus W.^ and Rose A. (Davis) Hill, was 
bom at Dayton, Maine, January 18, 1874. 

She married at Dayton, April 10, 1900, Charles H. Mc- 
Du£Fee of Alton, N. H., son of Jonathan and Mary P. (Hurd) 
McDu£Fee. He is engaged in the lumbering business at 
Alton, N. H., where they reside. 

Child, bom at Alton: 

i. DoBm,* b. July S7, 1901. 



150. MiNNiB Nora* Hill {OeUwus W.^ Hill, Hamilton* 
Jlitt, Betsey* HamUkm^ James,* Benjamin,* Abd,^ David}), 
daughter of Octavus W.^ and Rose A. (Davis) EQll, was 
bom at Dayton, Maine, May 15, 1876. 

She married at Dayton, in 1802, Adalbert J. Welch oi 
Lyman, Maine, son of John G. and Enuna A. (Enunons) 
Welch. He is foreman for the York Light and Heat Co., 
and resides at Biddeford, Maine. 

Children: 

i. GfiBAPgfJi,* b. at Dasrton, May 80» 1808. 

ii. Sadix, b. at Lyman, Dec. 6, 1896; d. tbere Feb. 21» 1887. 

iii. FaxMONT Allen, b. at Lyman, July 21, 1900. 

iv. DoBOTHT, b. at Dayton, May 26, 1905. 



151. Gbobgb Hill' Price {MehUaiAe L.^ HUl, Hamilton* 
HiU, Betsey* Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abd^* David^), 
8on of John L. and Mehitable L.' (Hill) Price, was bom at 
Tonawanda, N. Y., March 4, 1874. He is engaged with 
his father as superintendent of construction in the general 
contracting business. 

He married first at Oxford, N. Y., January 5, 1898, 
Jennie Lillian Arrison, who died at Hamilton, N. Y., August 
8, 1900; and secondly, June 24, 1911, Mina Ellen Thisler. 

Child by first wife, bom at Jersey City, N. J. : 

i. JoHK Abbibon,* b. Nov. 26, 1898. 

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152. EiocA Elvira' Kino (Charles WJ King, Ann 0/ 
Richer, Lydia* HamiUon, James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
daughter of Charles W.' and Harriet £. (Kimball) Khig, 
was bom at Calais, Maine, May S, 1864. 

She married at Calais, June 96, 1890, George Olney Gibbs 
of Cambridge, Mass., who died at Denver, Col., in March, 
1908. 

She died at Denver, June 4, 1911. 

Children, bom at Cambridge: 

i. Chabus Kmo,* b. Apr. 14, 1891. 
iL Lawbbkcx Blaks, b. Oct. 18, 1895. 



158. EusABiDTH NoTT^ EifSBaoN (Roeelna RJ King, 
Ann 0.* Richer, Lydiaf Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
Damd^), daught^ of Charles W. and Roselna R.^ (King) 
Emerson, was bom at Bay City, Mich., January 28, 1807. 

She married at Duluth, Minn., August 28, 1890, Harry 
C. Edmands of Cambridge, Mass. He is a tea and co£Fee 
merchant at Boston, and resides at Watertown, Mass. 

Children, all bom at Cambridge : 

i. PAiOB Sfbncxb,* b. Mar. 1, 1894. 
iL ELkBoiiD Knro, b. May 12, 1898. 
ill. Waulacb Moblbt, b. May 7, 1900. 



154# Hattib King* Emebson {Roselna R.'' King, Ann 0* 
Richer, Lydia* Hamilton, Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), 
daughter of Charles W. and Roselna R.^ (King) Emerson, 
was bom at Monroe, Mich., May 17, 1869. 

She married at Duluth, Minn., October 23, 1889, Harry 
Spencer Moody, bom at Westfield, Mass., December 25, 
1863; d. at Cambridge, Mass., April 29, 1903. 

Children, bom at Duluth: 

i. Xbbnb Elizabeth,* b. Mar. 14, 1801; d. at Duluth, May 

80, 1891. 
ii. Inkz Bosblna, b. June 9, 1892; d. at Duluth, Oct. 6, 1892. 

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155« George Albert* Lamb {Setk T.^ Lamb, Almira^ 
Carle, Abigail* HamiUan, James,* Benjamin,^ Ahd,^ David}), 
gon of Seth T.' and Harriet (Brackett) Lamb, was bom at 
Robbinston, Maine, March 18, 1865. 

He married, November 10, 1888, Sarah R. Anderson of 
BafleyviUe, Maine, who died May 6, 1888. 

Children: 

i. Albkbt,* b. at Bail^yville, Apt, 88, 1885. 
ii. Kathsboix, b. at Calais, Maine, May 8. 1887; d. there 
Jan. S, 1888. 



158. MiNA Pabxb* Lamb (James^ Lamb, Almiraf Carle, 
Abigail* HamUkm, Jamjte,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), daugh- 
ter of James^ and Nancy C. (Mitchell) Lamb, was bom at 
Milltown, Maine, October 14, 1870. 

She married at Robbinston, Maine, December 96, 1889, 
Stephen B. Hmit of Robbinston. 

Child, bom at Robbinston: 

L Mabion,* b. May 4, 1891. 

157. Chables Edgar* Varnam {Ehira'' Carle, John* 
Carle, Abigail* Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DaxAd}), 
son of Charles B. and Elvira^ (Carle) Vamam, was bom 
at Princeton, Maine, November 11, IsiSS. 

He married at Caribou, Maine, in 1895, Vesta W. Bessey 
of that town. 

Children, all bom at Caribou: 

i. AvxBiL Louisx,* b. Mar. 2, 1886. 

ii. VxBTA Bbbsie, b. June 25, 1900; d. Aug. 18, 1900. 

iii. LiinMAT Chables, b. June SO, 1908. 

iv. Atib Elona, b. Jan. SO, 1905. 

V. EsTHKB Ho^B, b. Apr. 10, 1906; d. Sept 80, 1906. 

vi. Lois Estbll* b. Apr. 18, 1907. 

158« Edith Elona* Vabnam {Ehira' Carle, John* Carle, 
Abigails Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DaioidS), daugh- 

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iliiK jBn(cenbantK 

ter of Charles B. and Elvira' (Carle) Vamamy was bom at 
Caribou, Maine, January 11, 1868. 

She married in New York, April 19, 1894, George lindzay 
Tooker. 

Child, bom at Rutherford, N. J. : 

i. Elona Vabnam,* b. Aug. 1, 1895. 



159« Peblbt Booebs' Cable (Joshua RJ Carle, John^ 
Carle, AbigaU^ HamiJUm, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
son of Joshua R.' and Vesta (Page) Carle, was bom at 
Caribou, Maine, May SI, 1880. He is a carpenter and 
builder. 

He married first at Calais, Maine, May 15» 1901, Josephine 
May McRea of Calais, who died at Caribou, August 21, 
1907; and secondly at Caribou, March 31, 1908, Sara 
Elizabeth Crandal of that town. 

Children by first wife, the fibrst bom at Calais, the others 
at Caribou: 

i. Janib Vxbta,* b. June 80, IWt. 
ii. MnjL Fbanceb, b. July 10, 1908. 
iii. Harold Glenwood, b. Dec. 9S, 1906. 



160. Nina Cabi.e" Dunn {Olin CJ Dunn, SaUy^ Carle, 
Abigail* HamiUon, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Dacid}), daugh- 
ter of Olin C and Mary P. (Jones) Dunn, was bom at 
Brownville, Maine, July 12, 1878. 

She married at Wytopitlock, Maine, January 25, 1901, 
Arthur Andrews of Orono, Maine. 

Children, bom at Drew Plantation, Maine: 

L Joseph Olin,* b. Oct 8, 1902. 

ii. BoLLAND BuTTEBiXBU), b. May 10, 1905. 



161. Rena Ethel* Dxtnn {Qlin C' Dunn, SaUy* Carle, 
Abigail* HamUkm, Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DamdS), daugfa- 

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Jamm Hamilton 

ter of Olin C.^ and Mary P. (Jones) Dunn, was bom at 
Brownville, Maine, December 9, 1875. 

She married at Bryant Pond, Maine, February 6, 190S, 
Beecher Davis Whitcomb of Qrono, Maine. 

Children, bom at Riverview, R. I. : 

L Kabl BnBCHBS,* b. May 90, 1905. 

ii. K4THBBZNB WnoBniBD, b. July 9, 1910. 



162. RossBU. Qlin^ Dunn (Olin CJ Dunn, Sall^ Carle, 
Abigail Hamilton, Jamss,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ Damd^), son ci 
Olin C.^ and Mary P. (Jones) Dunn, was bom at Bro?m- 
viUe, Maine, April 2, 1878. 

He married at Princeton, Maine, in 1900, Nellie May 
Fenlason of Qrono, Maine, who died December 20, 1910. 

Children: 

L Qlin Fhamk,* b. at Crawford, BCaine, May 12, 1901. 

iL BxBCHint Bmobt, b. at North Anaon, ]l£ame, July 11, 1904. 

iii. RofwaiJi Eabl, b. at North Anaon, August 19, 1905. 

iv. Abthur Batmomd, b. at North Aowm, Nov. 27, 1907. 

V. Mabt Ahqbwinx, b. at Paasadumkeag, Siaine, Aug. 28, 

1909. 

vL NsLLis Maudibt, b. at Paasadumkeag, Dec. 7, 1910. 



163. Joel* Fobs {Cleantha' Carle, Thomas^ Carle, Abigail* 
Hamilton, James, ^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David^), son of John 
Carr and Cleantha' (Carle) Foss, was bom at Weston, 
Maine, July 4, 1868. He is a farmer at Weston, and served 
as selectman of that town for the years 1908-9-10. 
^'He married at Princeton, Maine, November 9, 1890, 
Alma L. Smith of Weston. 

Children, bom at Weston: 

i. EuGENB McAiiiSTSB*, b. Oct. 24, 1891. 

ii. Alma Bo6B,b. Aug. 24, 1899. 

ill. Wabren Smtth, b. Aug. 20, 1901, d. Feb. 4, 1908. 

iv. Rachxl Smith, b. July 9, 1908. 

y. Fexuf Wabbbn, b. Apr. 11, 1907. 

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164« Mabt Mehitablb' Fobs {ClearUha' Carle, Thcmuufi 
Carle, AbigaH* HamiUan, Jamesy* Benjamin,* Abel,^ David}), 
daughter of John Caxr and Cleantha^ (Carle) Foss» was 
bom at Weston, Maine, September 12, 1869. 

She married at Brookton, Maine, April 6, 1902, Charles 
Nelson Thompson of Prentiss, Maine. He is a farmer and 
lumberman. 

Child, bom at Brookton : 

i. CuBAMTHA IsABBLLA,* b. June 8S» 1908. 



1S& Anna Lamb* Fobs (Cleaniha^ Carle, Thoma^ 
Carle, Abigail^ Hamilton, Jam£S,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd% 
daughter of John Carr and Cleantha' (Carle) Foss, was bom 
at Weston, Maine, April 4, 1874. 

She married at Boston, Mass., December 16, 1897, John 
Kennedy of Boston. They reside at Augusta, Maine. 

Children, bom at Boston: 

L Clbamtra Caboumb,* b. Oct IS, 1896. 
ii. Case Fobs, b. Nov. 14, 19M. 



160. Thomas Fricderick' Fobs {Cleantha'' Carle, Thomas^ 
Carle, Abigail* HamiUon, Jamea,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), 
son of John Carr and Cleantha^ (Carle) Foss, was bom at 
Weston, Maine, May 28, 1876. He is a merchant in com- 
pany with his father at Danforth, Maine. 

He married at Watertown, Mass., September 14, 1902, 
Margaret R. Horgan of Cambridge, Mass. 

Children: 

i. Gbacb,* b. at Brighton, Man., Oet 29, 1004; d. at Water- 

town, Mass., Aug. StSt, 1905. 
H. Mauon BofiB» b. at Watertown» Feb. 28, 1906. 



167# LuAidJB Hill* Fobs {Cleantha' Carle, Thomat^ 
Carle, Abigail* HamUUm, Jamee,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David^), 

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JfameK llamttton 

daughter of John Cair and Cleantha' (Carle) Fobs, was 
bom at Weston, Maine, January 14, 1879, 

She married at Weston, November 80, 19M, Joseph 
T^Ljng of Passadumkeaff. Maine. 

She died at Passadumkeag, May 21, 1906. 

Child, bom at Passadumkeag; 

L LuALua Fofls,* b. May 21, 1906. 



168. John Cabb* Fobs {CleofUhd' Carle, Thanuu^ Carle^ 
Akigail^ HamiUon, James,* Benjamin,^ Abd,* DavidS), son 
of John Carr and Cleantha^ (Carle) Foss, was bom at 
Weston, Maine, January 10, 1882. 

He married at Bangor, Maine, April 9, 1904, Lena Hooper 
of Dedham, Maine, and they reside at East Holden, Maine* 

Children, bom at Dedham : 

L CoiAT,* b. Nov. », 1005. 
iL JinnB» b. June 18, 1010. 



169. Paul Frank* Foss {Amelia ZJ Carle, Thomas 
Carle, Abigail* Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DavidS), 
son of Joseph P. and Amelia Z.^ (Carle) Foss, was bom at 
Weston, Maine, August 81, 1873. 

He was graduated from the University of Maine in 1900; 
was a lawyer and spent some years in the practice of his 
profession in Manilla, P. I. 

He married at Hong Kong, China, July 7, 1908, Kathreen 
Laing of Passadumkeag, Maine. 

He died at Seattle, Wash., April 25, 1908, and was buried 
at Passadumkeag. 

Child, bom at Passadumkeag: 

i. Pauii Fbaih:,* b. June 16, 1008. 



170. Kathreen Minnie* Foss {Amelia ZJ Carle, 
Thomas^ Carle, Abigail* Hamilton, James,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 

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D(wid^)f daughter of Joseph P. and Amelia ZJ (Carle) Foss, 
was bom at Weston, Maine, November 16, 1876. Prior 
to her marriage she was a school teacher. 

She married at Boston, Mass., January 22, 1907, Ithama 
Peters of Boston. 

Children: 

i. LouuN,* b. at WakeBekl, Man., Sept. SI, 1906. 

ii. JoBEPHiNB Fobs, b. at Augusta, Maine, May S7, 1911. 



171. Embrt Jebomb* Fobs {AmeUa ZJ Carle, Thomas* 
Carle, Abigail^ Hamilton, Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DamdS), 
son of Joseph P. and Amelia Z.^ (Carle) Foss, was bom at 
Weston, Maine, December 20, 1882. 

He married at Chelsea, Mass., June, 190S, Lucy Little 

of Chelsea. 

Children, bom at Chelsea: 

i. Vivian,* b. July 81. 1904. 
ii. DoBBTHSA, b. Sept. 25, 1905. 

172. Georgia Anna* Carle {Oearge^ Carle, Thomas^ 
Carle, Abigail* Hamilton, James,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}) , 
daughter of George^ and Cora (Moody) Carle, was bom at 
Princeton, Maine, October 9, 1885. 

She married at Boston, Mass., March 17, 1902, William 
Larracey of Moncton, New Brunswick. 
Children, bom at Moncton : 

i. MiNA,* b. Sept. 17, 1908. 
ii. WiLDA, b. Apr. 25, 1905. 



178. Cleantha Lee' Carle {Oeorge^ Carle, Thomas 
Carle, Abigail* Hamilton, Jamss,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DaeidS), 
daughter of George^ and Cora (Moody) Carle, was bom at 
Princeton, Maine, February 21, 1888. 

She married at Waterville, Maine, November 26, 1905, 
True Green of Stockton Springs, Maine. 

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JfatneK llamtlton 



Children, the first bom at Frinceton, the others at Wood- 
land, Maine: 

i. Euio^* b. Jan. 81, 1907. 

iL SmmsT, b. Feb. 10, 1908. 

ill. CiAUDB, b. July M, 1909; d. Oct 12, 1909. 



174. PoBTBB' Hamilton {CharleSf^ Porter,^ Benjamin 
It./ James^^ Benjamin^^ Abd^* Daoid^), son of Charles^ and 
Sarah L. (Verrill) Hamilton, was bom at Providence, R. I., 
March 22, 1888. He is an accountant and auditor, and 
resides at Peoria, 111. 

He married, December 28, 1907, Jessie Tuzbury of 
Coopersville, Mich., bom June 9, 1888. 

Child, bora at Spring Valley, 111. : 
L Haunr Amnsm,* b. Oct 9, 1908. 



115. EnwAm) HAim/roN' Whitman {Minnie C.^ HamH- 
ton, AUmao^^ Benjamin JR.,* Jamee,* Benjamin^^ Abd,^ Daoid^), 
son of Bernard and Minnie C (Hamilton) Whitman, was 
bom at Pemambuco, Brasil, August 5, 1871. 

He married, Apnl 16, 1902, Myra Lindt Child, daughter 
of Linus M. Child of Boston, Mass. 

Children, bom at New York City: 

L Edwabd BlUOUTOKp* b. June S4, 1908. 
n. LDimi CmLD, b. ^r. 7, 1906. 



176. Margubrite Chadboxtrns' Rigs {Annette^ EamH- 
ton, Jaeofif^ Benjamin A.,* Jamee^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
daughter of William T. and Annette^ (Hamilton) Rice, was 
bom at Saco, Maine, October 27, 1872. 

She married at Boston, Mass., Ckstober 4, 189S, Hiram 
Churchill Nickerson, bom at Litdifield, Ohio, September 4, 
1870, son of Orlo and Frances (Brinsmade) Nickerson. He is a 

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banker in New York City, and he and his family reside 

there. 

Children: 

L DoBiB** b. at Boston, July 8, 1895. 

ii. HnuM C hubciuij ^ b. at West Newton, Mass., Apr. 9, 1897. 

iii. Paluib Bicb, b. at West Newton, July 14, 1898. 

iv. VmannA, b. at Hartford, Conn., March 7, 1900. 

V. Whaiam BanraiCADX, b. at BrooUine, Mass., May 5, 1907. 



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talb 

J^ia Beitcetiliantt 



^htV Hamilton 

6« Abel^ Hamilton {Benjamin^^ Abel^* David^), son of 
Benjamin' and Experience (Walker) Hamilton, was bom at 
Berwick, Maine, and was baptized in that town March 29, 
1759. The exact date of his birth is unknown. 

He married Mercy Clark. 

Neither the date of his death nor the date of the death of 
his wife has been ascertained. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

9. i. Efhradi,* b. July 14, 1782. 

10. iL Chabit7» b. June, 1784. 

11. iiL DoBGAB, b. June 11, 1786. 

12. iy. Benjamin, b. Oct. 19, 1788. 
18. ▼. SnsFHXN, b. Dec. 18, 1790. 

14. vi. BiCHABD, b. Oct. 16, 1794. 

15. vii. Abbl, b. Aug. 25, 1796. 

viiL Henbt, b. Feb. 27, 1799. He left home when 19 yean 
of age and obtained employment in a sawmill in Bowdoin- 
ham, Maine. Afterwaids, he was engaged in ''driving 
the river" on the Kennebec and Penobscot streams for a 
number of years. He served in the Aroostook War, after 
which he settled on the British side of the St. Croix River. 
No further reliable information has been obtained. 

ix. Bbtbbt, b. Feb. 26, 1800; m. Elias Newbegin of Parsons- 
field; no issue. 

z. SaUiT, b. (date not obtainable), m. Jonathan Newbegin; 
no issue. 

zi. EuincB, b. Mar. 16, 1808, m. Elias Newbegin; no issue. 



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fliiel llamttton 

9. EPHBADf* Hamwtos (Ahd^^ Benjamin^* Abd,* DaridP), 
Btm of Abd^ and Mercy (Clark) Hiuniltoii, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, July 14, 1782. He was a farmer. 

He married, November 6, 180S, Elizabetli (Betsey) Carle, 
bom at Waterborough, February 25, 1786, died at Bidde- 
ford, Maine, May 6, 1871, daughter of John and Mary 
(Morrill) Carle of Waterborough. 

He died at Biddeford, January SI, 1869, and he and his 
wife are buried there. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

16. i. Mabt^ b. July 25, 1804. 

17. 11. MxBcr, b. June 7, 1800. 

18. iii. Ltdia, b. May 90, 1808. 

iv. Mabtha C, b. May 96, 1810; d. at PorUand, Maine, Mar. 

10. 189S; m. at Dover, N. H., about 1882, Andrew Home. 

Child: Elizabeth Melvina,' b. June 11, 18S4; d. at Port* 

land, Maine, aged about two years. 
▼. John Petsb Cable, b. June 4, 1818; d. June 88, 181S. 

19. vi. Jans Cablb, b. Dec 16, 1815. 
flO. vii. Altah, b. Mar. 4, 1817. 

81. viii. John Pbteb Cablb, b. Apr. 88, 1819. 

88. ix. Sabah Ellen, b. May 7, 1881. 

88. z. Frangib, b. May 88, 1888. 

84. zi. JtTUA Ann, b. May 8, 1887. 

10« Chabitt* Hamilton {Abd^^ Benjamin^* Abd^* 
DavidS)^ daughter of Abel^ and Mercy (Clark) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June, 1784. 

She married, January 6, 1803, Capt. Samuel Carll, born 
at Waterborough, October 5, 1781, died there December IS, 
1866. He was captain of the militia and held numy civil 
offices in the town, especially moderator of the town meet- 
ings. 

The date of her death has not been ascertained. She is 
buried on the farm commonly called the *' Robert Huntress 
farm," near the junction of tihe Mast Camp Road with the 
Alfred and Waterborough Road. 

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EraRAU Hahiltok 




BuuBBTH (BsnET) (Cable) Hauilton 



Qiildien, all bom at Waterborough: 

U. L QuvB,* b. Mar. 27» 1805. 

26. ii. LouiBA BintBANK, b. May S7» 1806. 

27. ill. Nathaitixl, b. Nov. 80, 1809. 

£8. iv. Mabt HAMmroN, b. Mar. 10, 1812. 
V. MsBCT» d. in chiMhood. 

11. DoBCAS* Hamiltok (ilftrf/ Benjamin,^ Abel,* David*) , 
daughter of Abel^ and Mercy (Clark) Hamilton, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, June 11, 1786. 

She married at Hollis, Maine (intentions published No- 
bember 5, 180S), Nathaniel Buzzell, bom at New Durham, 
N. H., August 16, 1776, died at Dayton (Hollis), Maine, 
August 31, 1869. He was a famier. 

She died at Dayton, April 18, 1861. 

Children, all bom at Hollis: 

i. Abbl Haioi/ton,* b. (date not obtainable); m. Catherine 
White of Brighton, Maine, and resided at Amherst, 
Maine. Children: 1. Samuel.^ 2. Oliver C. 8. Joseph. 
4. Catherine, m. H. F. Hanson, M.D. S. Caroline, m. 
Lewis J. FUes. 
- 29. ii. GiiOBGB, b. May 0, 1800. 

80. iii. Hbnbt T., b. May 7, 1809. 

81. iv. Mabt Flandvbb, b. June 10, 1810. 

V. NATHAmKL, b. (date not obtainable); m. Adeline Savage of 
Bangor, Maine, and resided at Corinth, Maine. Chil- 
dren: 1. Emma Jane,^m. Gould. 2. Annie, m. 

Groodwin. 8. Hezekiah, d. young. 4. Loyal. 

82. vi. HazsKiAH Dbew, b. Apr. t, 1815. 
88. vii. John Coiat, b. July 14, 1816. 
84. viii. Aabon Pabkeb, b. Aug. 81, 1819. 
S5. is. William Randal, b. Feb. 14, 1822. 

86. X. JosiAH Hinckley Babnabd, b. June 14, 1824. 

xi. Alvin, b. May 1, 1827; d. at Dayton, Jan. 7, 1828. 

87. xii. Sarah Ann (twin), b. July 15, 1829. 

ziii. Dana (or Simeon Dana) (twin), b. July 15, 1829; d. at 
Dayton, July, 1881. 

12. Benjamin* Hamilton {Abd,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
Damd^), son of AbeP and Mercy (Clark) Hamilton, was bom 

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SHiel Hamilton 

at Waterborough, Maine, October 19, 1788, died at Bidde- 
ford, Maine, February 21, 1879. He was a man of unusual 
natural ability and good sense, possessing a rare d^ree of 
humor and was much respected for his sterling integrity. 
He was a farmer living about half a mile northeast of the 
railroad station called Westcott. 

He married at Waterborough, May 2, 1811, Miriam Carll, 
bom at Waterborough, September 21, 1789, died at Bidde- 
ford, Maine, September 12, 1875. She was a sister of Capt. 
Samuel Carll, who married her husband's sister. Charity 
Hamilton. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

88. L Lavimia,* b. Sept. 10, 1818. 

89. ii. Ctbub King, b. Dec. 21, 1816. 

40. iii. IvoBT, b. Feb. 18, 1818. 

41. iv. Sasah B., b. Apr. 10, 1820. 

42. v. Samxtkl Cabu., b. Nov. 8, 1881. 

vi. Mabtha a., b. Nov. 15, 1828; d. at Biddeford, Mar. 28, 
1870; m. James R. Cole, M.D. of Westbrook, Maine, who 
died at limrngton, Maine, May 21, 1858; no issue. 
Both are buried in the Quaker buiying ground at 
Limington. 
48. vii. Jambb Bubbank, b. Mar. 10, 1825. 

44. viii. Mabt A., b. Oct 29, 1827. 

ix. EsTHEB E., b. Mar. 7, 1881 ; d. unmairied at Waterborough, 

Dec. 6, 1865. 
X. Benjamin, b. June 29, 1884; d. aged 18 months. 

45. zi. Benjamin Fbankiin, b. Aug. 18, 1887. 

13. Stephen* Hamilton {Abd^^ Benjamin^* Abd^* 
David}) ^ son of Abel^ and Mercy (Clark) Hamilton, was 
bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 18, 1790. The 
date of his death is unknown. He was a farmer. 

He married, April 9, 1812, Betsey Allen of Waterborough, 
who died there April 16, 1865. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Abel,* b. (date not obtainable); m. Mar. 94, 1846, Lydia 
Parcher, b. at Waterborough; d. there Sept. 7, 1849. 
Child: Luther Parcher;' d. tmmarried. 

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J^isi Bei(cenbantfi! 



ii. IcHABOD, b. (date not obtainable); d. unmarried, 
iii. Mabt Jans, b. Nov., 1826; d. unmarried at Waterborough» 
Dec. 27» 1861. 



14. Capt. Richard'^ Hamilton {Abd^* Benjamin^* Abel,* 
Damd}), son of Abel^ and Mercy (Clark) Hamilton, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, Ck;tober 16, 1794. He was a 
soldier in the War of 1812; enlisted at Kennebunk, Maine. 

He married (intentions published February 22, 1817), 
Olive Rumery of Hollis, Maine, who died at Waterborough, 
December 10, 1849. 

He died at Waterborough, September 20, 1856. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. Mabtha Amandt,' b. 1819; d. at Marahalltown, Iowa; 
m. (1) James Lowry of Lowell, Mass., who was killed in 
the Civil War; m. (2) David Bemis of Chicago, HI. 
One child by first husband; no further record obtainable. 

ii. Nancy, b. 1821; d. at Jackson, Mich., about 1900; m. Wil- 
liam Todd. They had three children; no record obtain- 
able. 

iii. Rauph, b. 182S; d. at St. Paul, Minn, about 1904. 

iv. PoBTEB, b. 1824; d. unmarried Dec. 27, 1846. 

V. JoBBPH RiCHABD, b. 1827; d. Jan. 6, 1846. 
46. vL Chabubb Lobenzo, b. June 28, 1829. 

vii. LuTHBB CuBTis, b. 1881; d. July 26, 1847. 

viii. AiaBEBT, b. 1838. He was mustered into the United States 
service June 21, 1865, at Lane County, Oregon; served 
in Co. E, 3d Battalion, 2d Brigade; died in the service. 

iz. Ezra Porteb, b. 1835; d. 1902, at Vancouver, Wash; m. 
(wife's name not ascertained). Children: 1. Charles.^ 
2. Frank. 

15. Abel* Hamilton {Ahel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DcaAdS), 
son of Abel^ and Mercy (Clark) Hamilton, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, August 25, 1796. He was a farmer. 

He married first Mary Rieker of Lyman, Maine, bom 
July 6, 1799, died at Waterborough, July 28, 1837, daughter 
of George Rieker; and secondly, in 1846, Sarah Young of 
Newfield, Maine, who died December 14, 1874. 

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He died at Lyman, Maine, June 17, 1881, and is buried at 
Waterborough. 
Children by first wife, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Ebms Bickbb,' b. Dec 26, lS9St; d. immarried at Water- 
borough, Feb. 2, 1845. 
Hbnst, b. Apr. 80, 1824; d. immarried. May 6, 1844. 
AunoN Pabbib, b. Feb. 12, 1826. 
Eunice Jans, b. Sept. 26, 1827; d. Sept. 28, 1846. 
Gbobob JxmBBBOif, b. Sept 21, 1829. 
HoBACB, b. Sept. 24, 1831. 
Orm, b. Oct 28, 1888; d. aged about one year. 
Ons RicxKB, b. June 28, 1885. 
Hiram, b. July 17, 1887; d. March 17, 1841. 
Hbnbt C. (adopted), b. Nov. 14, 1848. 

lft» Maby* Hamilton {Ephraim^^ Abel,* Benjamin,* Abefi, 
D(wid}), daughter of Ephraim'^ and Elizabeth (Carle) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 25, 1804. 

She married at Portland, Maine, March, 1825, Samuel 
Allen of Alfred, Maine, who died there April 8, 1871. 

She died at Portland, July, 1865. 

Children, all bom at Portland : 

i. Mabt Ann,^ b. Aug. 20, 1827; d. at Portland, Nov. 10, 
1827. 
52. ii. Chableb F., b. July 81, 1829. 
5S, ill. Mabt Ann, b. June 4, 1884. 

iv. Elizabeth Melvina, b. Sept. 0, 1842; m. June 5, 1867, 
Leander Morton of Lubec, Maine, who died there Sept. 
1808; no issue. He was a sea captain and his wife accom- 
panied him on his voyages for many years. She now 
resides at Melrose, Mass. 

17. Mercy* Hamilton (EpAraim,* Abel,* Benjamin,* 
Ahd,^ Damd}), daughter of Ephraim'^ and Elizabeth (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 7, 1806. 

She married at Portland, Maine, November 15, 1881, John 
Newman of Westbrook, Maine, who died at Deering, Maine, 

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If^iA Bes(cetibants! 

May 26» 1885. He was a large manufacturer of sheet iron 
and tin ware. 

She died at Portland, November S0» 1899, and is buried at 
Deering, 

Children, all bom at Westbrook: 

54. i. EuoEN EuzABSiH,' b. Sept. 25, 1888. 

55. 11. Adeunu Bishop, b. Apr. 0, 1885. 

lii. Melyillb Cox, b. Feb. 9, ; d. Feb. 22, 1847. 

iv. Mabtha Jans, b. Sept. 11, 1842; d. at Portland, Jan. 17, 
1901; m. June, 1886, Charles H. Blake of Attleboro, 
Mass., who d. at Deering, Jan. 4, 1901; no issue. 

V. Claba Auoubta, b. July 2, 1848; d. unmarried Jan. 5, 1874. 



18. Lydia* Hamilton {EphraimJ^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* 
Abel,^ David^)y daughter of Ephraim'^ and Elizabeth (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, May 20, 1808. 

She married at Portland, Maine, in 1847, William Lovejoy. 

Child, bom at Portland: 

56. i. Fbbdebigk Mebavfd,' b. Feb. 10, 1849. 



19. Jane Carle' Hamilton {Ephraim^* Abd,* Benjamin^* 
Abd,^ David}) ^ daughter of Ephraim^ and Elizabeth (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 
16, 1815. 

She married at Somersworth (Great Falls), N. H., March 
4, 1841, Robert Langley. 

She died at Fostoria, Ohio, April 8, 1891. 

Children: 

i. Chablbs M./ b. at Great EaUs, Jan. 26, 1842; d. unmarried 

at Kittery, Me., Sept. 26, 1862. 
ii. Flobencb, b. at Great Falls, May IS, 1844; d. Sept. 17, 
1845. 
57. iii. Caboune Sophia, b. at Biddeford, Maine, Dec. 25, 1840. 



20. Alvah* Hamilton (Ephraim^^ Abd,^ Benjamin,^ 
Abdf^ Damd^)y son of Ephraim* and Elizabeth (Carle) 

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Hamilton^ was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 4, 
1817. 

He married at Rockland, Maine, in 1847, Caroline B. 
Lindsay of Rockland, who died there December 25, 1902. 
In 1849 he went to California, where he remained untS his 
death. 

Child, bom at Rockland: 

58. i. Alyah C.,'' b. Apr. 15, 1849. 

21. John Peter Cable* Hamilton {Ephraim,* Abd^^ 
Benjamin^* Abd,* David}) t son of Ephraim* and Elizabeth 
(Carle) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 
28, 1819. 

He married at Halifax, Vt., July 18, 1841, Elizabeth 
Ingalls Pevere, bom at Greenfield, Mass., July 6, 1823, died 
there May 12, 1899. 

He died at Millers Falls, Mass., June 30, 1872. 

Children: 

i. FlEtAMKLiN DwiOHT,' b. at Greenfield, Feb. 16, 1848; m. 
there June 1, 1888, Biary A. Logan, and d. at BosIxmu 
Mass., Feb. 1, 1899. Children: 1. Franklin Dwight.* 
2. Franklin H. 8. Harry F. 4. Herbert All d. young. 

59. ii. TaArroN, b. at Somersworth (Great Falls), N. H., Feb. 

12, 1845. 

60. iii. Calvin Lord, b. at Somersworth (Great Falls), Apr. 8, 1847. 
iv. Ephbabc, b. at Biddeford, Maine, Apr. 21, 1849; d. there 

Sept. 8, 1850. 
y. Ltman Toweb, b. at Biddeford, May 6, 1851; d. by drown- 
ing, at Wendell, Mass., July 8, 1888; m. Mrs. Hattie 
(Madison) Williams. Child: lizzie,* d. in infancy. 

61. vi. Mblvillb Newman, b. at Deerfield, Mass., Aug. 27, 1858. 

62. vii. Daniel Welia, b. at Deerfield, June 26, 1855. 

68. viii. LizziB Melyina, b. at Greenfield, Jan. 81, 1859. 

iz. John, b. at Greenfield, June 80, 1861; d. at Leyden, Mass., 
July 17, 1864. 
64. z. William Ephbaim, b. at Leyden, June 5, 1864. 

22. Sabah Ellen* Hamilton {Epkraim,'^ Abdy* Ben- 
jamifif* Abd^* DavidS)^ daughter of Ephraim* and Eliza- 

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beth (Carle) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
May 7, 1821. 

She married first at Westbrook, Maine, Oliver Winslow, 
who died at Westbrook and is buried there; and secondly at 
Lawrence, Mass., Oct. 11, 1849, Rev. Levi Loring of Bidde- 
ford, Maine, who died at Pasadena, Cal., June 4, 1911, and 
is buried there. He was a Congregational minister. 

She died at Minneapolis, Minn., Feb. 22, 1894, and is 
buried at Minneapolis. 

Child by first husband: 

i. JxTUA AuosdaJ b. at Saccarappa, Me., Nov. 19, 1844; d, at 
Hyde Park, Vt.. Dec. 28, 1894. 

Children by second husband, bom at Biddeford; Maine: 

ii. Etta Mat, b. June 15, 1858. 

iii. AiaxBT Edoab, b. May 2, 1857; m. (1) at Cottage Grove, 
Minn., July, 1879, Mrs. Mary Whipple of Minn., who d. 
at Waseca, Minn., Feb., 1884; no issue; m. (2) at Min- 
neapolis, Minn., Aug. 7, 1888, Ella F. James, of Wiscon- 
sin, who d. at Detroit, Minn., Feb. 7, 1899. Children: 

1. Vincent Babbett,* b. at Superior, Wis., Apr. 7, 1889; 

d. at Minneapolis, July 2, 1907. 

2. ALBEBTAHABsmoif, b. at Ifinneapolis, Nov. 28,1890. 
8. Elbanob Hazlb, b. at Winona, Minn., Apr. 28, 1894. 
4. Cbdbic b. at Lake Park, Minn., Apr. 28, 1896. 

iv. Isabel Fbancbb, b. Apr. 20, 1859; d. at Saco, Me., Aug. 19, 
1800. 



S3. Fbancis' Hamilton {Ephraim,^ Abely* Benjamin,* 
AheU^ David}), son of Ephraim^ and Elizabeth (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, May 22, 
1822. He served in the Civil War as a private in Co. D, 
7th Regt., N. H. Vol- Infantry. 

He married first at Somersworth, N. H., Abigail Grant; 
and secondly at Lyman, Maine, September 21, 1878, Augusta 
A. Jordan of Alfred, Maine. 

He died at Sanford (Springvale), Maine, November 9, 
1909, and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Springvale. 

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Children by first wife: 

i. Alyah liASTKK/ b. at Soiiier8wortIi» Sept 85, IMS; d. 
umnanied, Aug. 85» 1870. 

65. iu Gbobob Vahnst* b. at SomerBWortli» Aug. 16, 1845. 

66. ill* EuzABKiH Jamb» b. at Berwick, Maine, Mar. 85, 1847. 

iv. Abbib Francis, b. at Berwick, Sept. 85, 1840; d. Nov. 87, 

1875. 
y. John Frank, b. at Sbapleigh, Maine; m. at Lob Angelet, 

Cal. (wife's name not ascertained); d. at Santa Monica, 

CaL, Apr., 1005; no issue, 
vi. Nblub, b. at Shapleigh, May 1, 1854; m. at Beverly, Miss., 

Nov. 87, 1880, Frank A. Morgan of Beverly; no issue. 

67. viL Ltman Tower, b. at Somersworth, June 1, 1856. 

24. Julia Amn^ Hamilton {Epkraim^* Abel^^ Benjamin^* 
Ahdy^ Damd})^ daughter of Epbraim* and Elizabeth (Carle) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough» Maine, May 6, 1827. 

She married at Lawrence, Mass., April 25, 1850, Lyman 
Chaffee Tower, bom at Rochester, Vt.; died at Royalton, 
Vt., September 18, 1888. She resides at Lexington, Mass., 
with her daughter, Mrs. Carter. 

Children: 

68. i. Marcia Ibora,^ b. at Biddelord, Maine, June 11, 1851. 

69. ii. Mtra Auoubta, b. at Bethel, Vt., Dec. 6, 1858. 

70. iii. MnvNiK Alice, b. at Barnard, Vt., July 4, 1859. 

iv. Charlbb Hbnrt, b. at Bochester, Vt., July 2, 1864; d. 
there Apr. 24, 1866. 

25. Olive^ Carll {Charity^ HamiUon, Abd^* Benjamin^* 
Abel,* David}), daughter of Capt. Samuel and Charity* 
(Hamilton) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 
27, 1805. 

She married at Hiram, Maine, in 1827, Thomas Goodwin, 
bora at Hiram in 1806; died there December 17, 1874. He 
was a farmer. 

She died at Hiram, April 27, 1889. 

Children, all bora at Hiram : 

i. Ctrub HAifmiON,^ b. Feb. 19, 1828. 
ii. Benjamin Haioi/ion, b. Nov. 9fl^ 1889. 

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71. iii. Samuxl Cabll» b. Aug. 80, 18S1. 
711. iv. Iyobt Flandmbb, b. Oct 29, 1888. 

y^ EmBmY Qutb, b. Apr. 1, 1886; m. in 1858, Edward R. 

demons, and died Oct 5, 1888. Child: Frank,* b. Mar. 

28, 1859; d. by drowning, June 12, 1870. 
78. vi. Chablbb CabboIi, b. Dec. 12, 1888. 

74. vii. Julia Eiasn, b. Apr. 28, 1841. 

75. viii. JoAMKA, b. Aug. 10, 1848. 

76. iz. Almkda, b. Jan. 81, 1846. 

z. BxjTH ViciOBiA, b. Feb. 2, 1849; d. at ffiram, Apr. 9, 1868. 



S6. Louisa Bxtrbank' Cabll (Charity^ HamiUon, Abd,^ 
Benjamin^* Abd,* David^), daughter of Capt. Samuel and 
Charity'^ (Hamflton) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, May 27, 1808. 

She married first, September 13» 1829, Levi' Hobbs, bom 
at Waterborough, June 29, 1806, died there December 29, 
1888, son of Rev. Henry and Abigail* (Hamilton) Hobbs 
{Benjamin^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^). For children see 
page 90. 

She married secondly, in 1841, Hosea Merrifield of Water- 
borough, bom February 7, 1808, died at Waterborough, 
May 28, 1867. 

She died at South Boston, Mass., November 9, 1899. 

Children by second husband, bom at Waterborough : 

77. i. Jacob Cabll,^ b. Feb. 15, 1842. 

78. ii. Lucr Ann, b. Aug. 17, 1845. 

27. Nathaniel* Carll {Charily^ HamiUon, Abel,* Benja- 
min,* Abel,* David^), son of Capt. Samuel and Charity* 
(Hamilton) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, No- 
vember 30, 1809. 

He married, December 28, 1834, Clarissa Smith, bom at 
Waterborough, May 28, 1818, died there January 6, 1877. 

He died at Waterborough, November 28, 1869. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

79. i. Mabt Adkuns,^ b. Aug. 21, 1886. 

li. IsRAKL S., b. July 27, 1880; d. in infancy. 

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80. iii. Samuel Habbison, b. Oct. 12, 1841. 

iv. Claba Amelia, b. Apr. 6, 1844; m. Aug. 31, 1862, Edwin C. 
Durgm, of Waterborough, and d. June 12, 1897. Child: 
Fannie A.,^ b. Nov. 18, 1868; d. Sept. 15, 1864. 

81. y. Nathaniel S., b. OcL 17, 1846. 

vi. LucENA AuomaTA (twin), b. Dec. 10, 1848; d. July 18, 1873; 
m. Feb. 14, 1870, Levi^ Hobbs, son of Euian EL* Hobbs 
and grandson of Bev. Henry and AbigaiP (Hamilton) 
Hobbs (Benjaminf^ Benjamin^* Ahd? Dwndf). Child: 
Alice Augusta," b. May 10, 1871. See page 100. 

vii. SnjBNA A. (twin), b. Dec. 10, 1848; d. June 28, 1851. 

viii. Mabcia Alice, b. June 7, 1851; m. Nov. 12, 1879, Frank 
M. Smith of Marlboro, Mass., and d. at Mailboro, Dec 
11, 1881; no issue. 

iz. Ida B., b, Sept. 10, 1853; m. Frank J. Roberts, of Water- 
borough, and d. at Waterborough, Apr. 2, 1872; no issue. 

z. Fannie L., b. June 28, 1857; d. May 28, 1860. 

zi. Chableb K, b. Feb. 3, 1860; m. May 12, 1886, Carrie B. 
Tibbetts; no issue. They reside at Waterborough. 



%%. Maby Hamilton* Cabll {Charity^ Hamiltan, Abel,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* DcaAdS), daughter of Capt. Samuel and 
Chiurity* (Hamilton) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, March 10, 1812. 

She married at Scarboro, Maine, June 20, 18S1, Rufus 
Bumham McKenney, bom at Scarboro, September 11, 1810, 
died at Wat^borough, May 31, 1870. 

She died at Waterborough, August S, 1876, and both are 
buried there. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

82. i. Sarah J.,' b. June 4, 1882. 

ii. Mart A., b. Sept. 24, 1884; d. July 25, 1887. 

iiL Ehastub W., b. May 20, 1840; d. Apr. 11, 1841. 
88. iv. BBNJAMm R., b. Oct. 4, 1842. 

V. Abnbb F., b. Jan. 20, 1845; d. Apr. 29, 1850. 
84. vi. AuTBBD F., b. Jan. 25, 1847. 

vii. Frank Eugbnb, b. Jan. 26, 1852; d. unmarried at Water- 
borough, Apr. 8, 1898. 

viii. Charubb 6., b. Apr. 20, 1854; m. Nellie Gould; no issue. 



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169. George* Buzzell {Dorcas^ HamiUon^ Abel,^ Benja- 
min,* Abel,* David}), son of Nathaniel and Dorcas*^ (Hamil- 
ton) Buzzell» was bom at HoIlis» Maine, May 9, 1806. In 
1856 he went to Wisconsin where he remained four years, 
then returned to Maine. He served in the Civil War in Co. 
I, 27th Maine Regt., also in Co. K, S2d and 31st Maine 
Regts. 

He married at Hollis, in 1828, Abigail Emerson, bom 
December 11, 1808, died at Buxton, Maine, January 15, 
1893, daughter of Bradbury and Mary (Peavey) Emerson. 

He died at Buxton, August 5, 1891, and he and his wife are 
buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Biddeford. 

Children: 

i. John Melabt,' b. at HoDis, Feb. 9, 1829; d. there Feb., 
1881. 

li. Eliza Ann, b. at HoDis, Aug. 19, 1882; m. (1) at Biddeford, 
Maine, Nov. 2, 1858, Samuel Griffith of Hastings, Eng- 
land, who served in Co. 6, 8th Maine Begt. and died in 
the Andersonville Prison, Sept. 10, 1864; m. (2) at Gor- 
ham, Maine, May 25, 1870, Francis L. Bounds, a mer- 
chant and teacher at Buxton, who died there Sept. 26, 
1895; no issue. 

85. iii. GxsBiaH LowELb, b. at Buxton, July 9, 1888. 

iv. Alvin Cbockxtt, b. Dec., 1884; d. by drowning in the 

Saco Biver, Oct. 6, 1854. 
V. Mabt, b. Aug. 9, 1886; d. by drowning in Swan Fond, 

Biddeford, Apr. 2, 1848. 
vi. LuGiNDA, b. Sept. 7, 1888; d. at Biddeford, Aug. 21, 1854. 

86. vii. Edmund CIoffin, b. at Holhs, Feb. 16, 1841. 

87. viii. Mart Abbiz, b. at Kennebunkport, Oct. 2, 1850. 

30. Henry T.' Buzzell (JDorcas^ Hamilton, Abel,^ Benja- 
min,* Abel,* David}), son of Nathaniel and Dorcas^^ (Hamil- 
ton) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis» Maine, May 7, 1809. He 
was a fanner. 

He married first, in 18S5, Hannah R. Cousens of Hollis, 
bom September 19, 1809, died at Dayton, December 22, 
1855, daughter of Ebenezer and Sarah (Parker) Cousens; 
and secondly at Dayton, March 10, 1857, Mrs. Sarah Gor- 

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fliiel Homiltoti 

don 61 Dayton, who died there Maidi 20, 1887» dftoghter of 
Samod and Huldah (Lord) Hill and widow ct Joseph 
Gordon. 

He died at Daytcm, June 17, 1885, and is buried there. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Hollis: 

L Chablm Wiluam/ b. Jan. IS, 18SS; d. at Biadfaid, Me, 
Sept, 1904; m. at Biddefoid, Me., Mar. 15, 186S, Amdia 
Cunningham of Ikadf aid. Me., who died at Banipxr, Me. 

Childien: 1. Gertrude,' m. Beeves of Bradftxd. 

2. Mabel, d. young. S. Marguerite, m. F. H. Fowler. 

iL Altah Colbt, b. Apr. SO, 18S7; d. at Dayton, Not. SO, 
186S; m. at Biddefoid, Mar. S4, 1801, 8<^»bia, daii^ter 
of Deacon Samuel and Serbia Thomas of BiddefonL 
Child: Samuel Colby,* b. at Biddefoid, Mar. S, 180S, d. 
there Nov. 17, 1808. 

88. iii. Gbobob Henbt, b. Aug. 19, 1888. 

89. iv. Fbahkun Outse, b. Dec. SO, 1889. 

90. V. Sarah Euzabbth, b. Mar. 81, 1841. 

91. vi. JxjUA Ann, b. Mar. SS, 1848. 

viL Mabt Jans, b. Mar. SI, 1845; d. at Biddeford, Nov. 18, 
1800; m. at Dayton, July S, 1804, Albra Goodwin of 
Dayton, who d. there May 19, 1891, son of Benjamin A. 
and Mary J. (Smith) Goodwm. Child: Alfieda J.,' 
b. at Biddeford, Apr. 10, 1800; d. there Mar. SO, 1870. 

viii. Hannah Mabia, b. Dec. 80, 1849; d. at Boston, BCass.; 
m. Augustus Harris of Boston. Children: 1. Mabel,* 
b. at Boston, d. young. S. Leslie. 8. f^«nk (twin). 
4. Bertha (twin); both d. in infancy. 

31. Mary Flandebs' Buzzell (JDorca^ Hamilton, Abd,^ 
Benjamin,* Abd,* Damd^), daughter of Nathaniel and Dorcas* 
(Hamilton) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, June 10, 
1810. 

She married at Hollis, October 15, 1883, Charles Newell, 
bom at Milan, N. H., died at Hollis, December SO, 1849, 
son of Charles Newell. 

She died at Lyman, Maine, December IS, 1891, and she 
and her husband are buried at Dayton. 

Children, all bom at Hollis : 

i. Gbobob Hbmbt,^ b. in 1884; d. in infancy. 

ii. Cathxbinb Jans, b. in 1885; m. at Saco, Me., Feb. S» 1858, 

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Jacob T. Locke of Buxton, and died at Westbrook. Me.» 
May 94, 1871. Childien: 1. Charles Winfield.^ 2. EUa 
L, m. George L Gooch. 3. H^^Uiam. 
M. iii. Aaron Buzzelzh b. Oct. 19, 1887. 

iv. ChabiiBb WiBurr, b. Jan. 18, 1840; d. umnanied at Day- 
ton, Mar. 29, 1908; served in Co. I, 1st Maine Cavalry 
during the war. 

93. V. Nathamibl Buzzsll, b. Sept. 11, 1841. 

94. vi. WnjUAM Mobbib, b. Nov. 21, 1844. 

95. vii. Babnabd Daxa, b. Sept. 4, 1846. 

viii. Mart Abet, b. May 8, 1849; m. William A. Goodridge of 
Westbrook, Me., and died there. Children: 1. Morris 

Dana.* 2. Kate; m. Donahue, and died at Biadison, 

Me; no issue. 

3!S. Hbzekiah Dbisw^ Buzzell {Dorcas^ HamilUm, Abel,^ 
Benjamin,* Abd,* David}) , son of Nathaniel and Dorcas* 
(Hamilton) Buzzell, was born at Hollis, Maine, April 7, 

1815. He was a farmer. 

He married, May 22, 1845, Elizabeth Meserve of Dayton, 
who died July 22, 1902, daughter of John and Martha 
(Knox) Meserve. 

He died November 11, 1891, and he and his wife are buried 
at Lyman, Maine. 

Children, aU bom at Hollis (Dayton) : 

i. Ann Mabia,^ b. Mar. IS, 1847; d. at Hollis, Mar. 27, 1858. 

06. ii. Lbonabd Owen, b. Nov. 8, 1849. 

iii. Austin, b. Apr. 3, 1852; d. at Hollis, June 9, 1858. 

97. iv. Mabtha Lizzib, b. Oct. 24, 1855. 

V. WnjiABD, b. May 8, 1857; d. at Dayton, Apr. 15, 1867. 

33. John CoiiBy* Buzzell {Dorcas* Hamilton^ Abd,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Nathaniel and Dorcas* 
(Hamilton) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, July 14, 

1816. He was a carpenter at Biddeford. He served during 
the Civil War in Co. I, 27th Maine Regt., and after the war 
for a time he was employed in the Navy Yard at Kittery, 
Maine. 

He married first, at Hollis (intentions published August 

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29, 1848), Mary Bidlon of Hollis, who died there December 
69 1847; and secondly at Biddeford, Mame, January 6, 
1850, Ann Eliza Murphy, bom at Lebanon, Maine, died at 
Biddeford, April 12, 1899, daughter of Thomas and Lucy 
(Andrews) Murphy. 

He died at Biddeford, December 14, 1898, and is buried 
there. 

Children by second wife, all bom at Biddeford: 

96. i. Wi£BUB BiiAKX LiBBT»' b. Nov. 8, 1850. 
90. iL Mabt Eujbh, b. in 1855. 

100. ill. ALvnv Horatio, b. in 1800. 

34. Aaron Pabxer' Buzzell {Dorca^ HamUUm^ Ahd^^ 
Benjamifiy* AbeU^ Damd})^ son of Nathaniel and Dorcas* 
(Hfljoilton) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, August 81, 
1819. He was a farmer, and held the office of justice of the 
peace from 1851 to 1858. He also held the following town 
offices in Dayton: collector of taxes in 1861 and 1862, 
selectman in 1867 and 1868, and town clerk for a number 
of years between 1857 and 1870. 

He married, January 19, 1862, Hannah Maria Berry of 
Standish, Maine, who died at Dayton, October 20, 1865, 
daughter of John H. and Mary (Foss) Berry. 

He died at Augusta, Maine, December 12, 1895, and he 
and his wife are buried at Dayton. 

Children, bom at Dayton : 

101. i. Mabia DoECAB,' b. Oct. SO, 1862. 

102. ii. Mabt JAinc (Jennie M.), b. Oct 81, 1864. 

35. WnjJAM Randal' Buzzelii {Dorcas* HamiUon, Abd,^ 
Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd^), son of Nathaniel and Dorcas* 
(Hamilton) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, February 
14, 1822. He was a school teacher and taught many years 
in Dayton and adjoining towns. In 1860 he was chosen 
representative to the Legislature. 

On May 6, 1864, he enlisted in Co. K, S2d Maine Regt., 
being transferred to Co. K, Slst Regt., and served on hospital 

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1. 


104. 


u. 


105. 


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m. 




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?|ms Bes(cenbants; 

duty for some time, after which he was sent to Washington, 
D. C, and was discharged August 14, 1865. 

He served the town of Dayton as collector of taxes in 
1867; on the school committee in 1872, 1873 and 1874, and 
again in 1879, 1880 and 1881, and as justice of the peace 
from 1887 until his death, being also engaged in the pension 
claim business. 

He married, December 5, 1844, his cousin, Eunice Buzzell 
of Hollis, bom January 28, 1820, died at Standish, Maine, 
December 21, 1910, daughter of Isaiah and Hannah (Gordon) 
Buzzell. 

He died at Dayton, June 17, 1894. 

Children, aU bom at Hollis (Dayton) : 

AiiONZO ELam/roN,^ b. Aug. 27, 1847. 

Ons Ax7BEL» b. June 6, 1850. 

EuNiCB Ellen (Nellie E.), b. Mar. 1, 1853. 

Hannah Eliza, b. Dec. 90, 1858; m. Aug. 19, 188S, her 
cousm, Leonard Owen Bussell, M.D., son of Hezekiah 
D. and Elizabeth (Meserve) Buzzell. For children see 
page 274. 

36. JosiAH H1NCKI.ET Babnard* Buzzell {Dorcas^ 
HamiUan^ Ahely^ Benjamin^* Abdy* David}) ^ son of Nathaniel 
and Dorcas* (Hamilton) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, 
June 14, 1824. He served as town agent of Dayton in 1864; 
selectman in 1865 and 1866; also on the school committee in 
1870, 1871 and 1872. He was a farmer. 

He married, October 24, 1860, Frances Miriam Hamil- 
ton of Waterborough, daughter of Cyrus K.« {Benjamin,'^ 
Abdt^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}) y and Thankful (Berry) 
Hamilton. See page 247. 

He died at Dayton, April 1, 1899. 

Children, the first bom at Waterborough, the others at 
Dayton : 

106. i. Eliza Bell,' b. July 2S, 1861. 

107. ii. JoBEFHiNB GmPATBic, b. Apr. 26, 1864. 

108. iii. BiON HAiimroN, b. Feb. 8, 1867. 
100. iv. Doha. Clara, b. Dec. 16, 1872. 

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110. V. JoBZAH BnncKJJBT Babnabd» b. Jan* 80» 1876. 
vi. Benjamin Fbamklin, b. Jan. 17, 1894. 

87. Sabah Ann* Buzzeu. {Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abdy* 
Benjamin^* Abdy^ Damd})^ daughter of Nathaniel and 
Dorcas* (Hamfltcm) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, July 
15, 1829. 

She married (intentions published MardiSO, 1862), Andrew 
Jackson Peterson, bom at EUram, Maine, February 10, 1829, 
died at Lyman, Maine, December 16, 1908, son of Nichcdas 
and Alice (Brown) Peterson. He was a farmer. 

Children, bom at Dayton : 

111. i. Gbobob E.,' b. Oct 10, 1888. 
li. ZoFHKB R., b. Dec. 25, 1888. 

ill. Mabt Francib^ b. May 10, 1874; d. at Portsmouth, N. H., 
Apr. 10, 1910; m. July 10, 1899, Chaiks Bangay of 
Portsmouth, son of John and Elisa Bangay of Nova 
Scotia; no issue. 

38. Lavinia* Hamilton {Benjamin,^ Abdy* Benjamin^* 
Abd,* David^), daughter of Benjamin* and Miriam (Carll) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 
10, 1813. 

She married, November IS, 1881, Kerm Folsom of Water- 
borough, who died at Biddeford, Maine, August 29, 186S. 
He was a farmer. 

She died at Biddeford, January 7, 1858. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

112. i. ZoFHKB R. J b. Sept. 24, 1888. 

ii. Sarah Ellen, b. in 1889; d. unmarried Jan. 90, 1860. 
iii. Mabtha £., b. Feb. 1, 1858; d. unmarried Mar. 10, 1880. 

39. Cyrus King* Hamilton (BenjaminJ^ Abel^* Benjor 
fnin,* Ahd^^ Damd^), son of Benjamin'^ and Miriam (Carll) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 21, 
1816. He was a farmer and lumberman in various parts of 
Maine and New Hampshire. 

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He married, January 19, 1840, Thankful Berry, who died 
at Dayton, Maine, December 7, 1884. 
He died at Waterborough, November 28, 1851. 
Children: 

i. Frances Mqkiam,' b. Oct. 5, 1842; m. Oct. 24, 1800, Josiah 
H. B.* Bussell (JDofeaf EtUMtion^ Abd,* Benjamin,* 
Abd? DmM). For children see page 245. 

iL Eliza Jakii, b. June 28, 1844; d. S^t. 8, 1856. 



40. Ivory* Hamilton {Benjamiriy^ Ahd^^ Benjamin^* 
AbeU* David}) y son of Benjamin'^ and Miriam (Carll) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, February 18, 1818. 
He was a farmer and lumberman. 

He married at Bath, Maine, December 20, 1841, Ruth 
Haley of Limington, Maine, who died at Waterborough, 
March 24, 1891. 

He died at Waterborough, January 1, 1857. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. Ctbub K.,^ b. in 1848; d. at Waterborough, May 8, 1847. 
118. ii. Sabah Amanda, b. Nov. 18, 1845. 

iii. Mbubba, b. Feb. 10, 1848; m. May 20, 1871, Alfred M. 
Sargent of Haverhill, Mass.; no issue. 

114. iv. AijonzoEdoab, b. Mar. 8, 1851. 

115. y. JiTLiA A., b. Aug. 17, 1858. 



41. Sarah B.' ELa&olton {Benjaminy^ Abd,^ Benjamin^* 
Abely* David}) y daughter of Benjamin^ and Miriam (Carll) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 19, 1820. 

She married Sylvester Cook of Waterborough, who died 
there in 1885. He was a farmer. 

She died at Waterborough, April 16, 1845. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

116. i. Sabah Josephine,' b. Nov., 1880. 

ii. WnjJAM AsBUBT, b. Aug. 10, 1840; d. July 26, 1862; 

served in the Civil War in the First Mass. Infantry, 
iii. Jambs H. 

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42. Sakuel Cabui* Hamilton {BenjaminJ^ Abd^* Benjar- 
min,* Abd,* Daoid^), son of Benjamin* and Miriam (Carll) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, November 6, 
1821. He passed his boyhood upon his father's farm in 
Waterborough, and at the age of sixteen years left home and 
was employed in the Laoonia Mills in Biddeford. He after- 
wards went to Bath, Maine, where he was employed in the 
milling business, and later became an explorer for timber in 
the woods of Maine. He subsequently operated the Titcomb 
Mills at Kennebunk, and still later he superintended the large 
establishment of Joseph Hobson in Saeo. He was one of 
the most expert lumbermen in Maine. He was for a few 
years engaged in the clothing business in Biddeford. He 
was the first city marshal of the city of Biddeford. 

When the Civil War broke out he organized Company 
B of the 5th Regiment, Maine Volunteers, and was elected 
its captain. While quartered at Portland he was chosen 
major of the regiment. He participated in several minor 
battles and in the first battle of Bull Run. He was dis- 
charged in December of the same year. He served in 1859 
and 1860 as representative from Biddeford in the Maine 
Legislature; and from 1884 to 1888 as sheriff of York 
County. In his early days he was a strong abolitionist 
and during his life a prominent leader of the Republi- 
can party in the County of York. He was united in re- 
ligious fellowship with the Free Will Baptist Church, with 
which he had been officially connected upon prudential 
and ministerial committees for many years. He was re- 
spected throughout the state for his upright life and many 
social qualities. 

He married, September 21, 1854, Miriam Stimson of 
Limerick, Maine, daughter of John Stimson. He died at 
Saco, Maine, October 2, 1895. His widow resides at Saco. 

Children, all bom at Biddeford: 

117. i. Chabus Sumnkb,' b. Sept. 21, 1855. 

118. ii. Danisl Stimbon, b. Mar. 8, 1858. 

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iii. Samuel Carll, b. Oct. 28, 1860; d. at Biddeford, Feb. 4, 
1902; m. Oct. 1, 1885, Mary Adams, who d. at New- 
bern, N. C, daughter of Luden Adams of Saco; no 
issue. He was a lumber manufacturer at Newbem. 



43. James Bubbank* Hamilton (J3mjamtn,* Abd,^ 
Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Benjamin* and Miriam 
(Carll) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 
10, 1825. He was a farmer. 

He married, March 21, 1852, Mary Elvira Bennett of 
Waterborough, who died there July 4, 1911. 
He died at Waterborough, August 18, 1857. 
Child, bom at Waterborough : 

i. Alfebbtta Bubbank,^ b. Mar. 12, 1858; m. Oct. 1, 1878, 
J. T. G. Emery, M.D., of Waterborough; no issue. 

44. Mabt a.' Hamilton (Benjamin,'^ Abel,^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Benjamin* and Miriam (Carll) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, October 29, 
1827. 

She married, July 20, 1856, Seth Cleaves of Biddeford, 
Maine, who died at Saco, Maine, December 28, 1880, and 
is buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco. He was an engi- 
neer. 

She died at Saco, December 29, 1878, and is buried in 
Greenwood Cemetery, Biddeford. 

Children: 

119. i. Jamxb H.,' b. at Saco, May 18, 1857. 

ii. Benjamin F., b. at Waterborough, Jan. 14, 1866; m. Nov. 
1, 1892, Betta L. Foss of Biddeford; no issue. Mr. 
Cleaves is at the head of Cleaves, Waterhouse & Emery, 
a leading law firm in York County. Efe has had a rapid 
rise in his profession, and, while he is skilled in the pres- 
entation of law to the courts, he is eminently successful 
as a jury lawyer. For some time he has held the position 
of judge of the Municipal Court of the City of Bidde- 
ford, the duties of which he discharges with fearless im* 
partiality. 

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45. Benjabon Franeun* HaioijTon {Benjaminy* Abd,^ 
Benjamin^* Ahd^^ Daoid^), son of Benjamin* and Miriam 
(Carll) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, August 
IS, 1837. Like his brothers, he spent his early life upon his 
father's farm. He attended the district schools of the town, 
and later Limerick and Parsonsfield academies, still later the 
Literary Listitution at New Hampton, N. H. In 1858 he 
entered the law office of Hon. Ira T. Drew of Alfred, Maine, 
and in May, 1860, was admitted to the bar of York County, 
previous to which time he had taught school at Water- 
borough, Lyman and Alfred. Immediately upon his ad- 
mission to the bar he opened a law office in Biddef ord, which 
he retained until the time of his death, during which time 
he had several partners, among whom were Samuel K. 
Hamilton, George F. Haley, now a judge of the Supreme 
Court of Maine, Charles W. Ross, a judge of the Municipal 
Court of Biddeford, and Benjamin F. Cleaves, now judge of 
that court. 

Mr. Hamilton occupied many positions of responsibility, 
among which were member of the school committee of his 
native town, deputy sheriff of York County, one of the 
assessors of Biddeford for six years, and city solicitor for five 
years. He represented the dty of Biddeford in the Legis- 
lature of Maine in 1873. He served in the Senate of Maine 
in 1909 and was re-elected for the term of 1911, during which 
he was stricken with a fatal illness. He was postmaster at 
Biddeford under General Grant. 

From the tune of his admission to the bar he was precluded 
by his health from giving that continuous attention to his 
profession by which alone the highest positions can be at- 
tained, and hence gave a very large portion of his time to 
outside business, especially to farming, which he carried 
on to a large extent. He was, however, thoroughly grounded 
in the principles of American law and possessed of a pro- 
found common sense, which enabled him to apply with 
ease those principles to any given case. He was especially 
strong as an advocate before the jury, having an almost 

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intuitive knowledge of the mental processes of those whom 
he addressed. 

As a political organizer he was unsurpassed in western 
Maine, and no candidate felt that his election was sure with- 
out his aid. He had an inexhaustible fund of wit and humor, 
which made him a welcome guest at all private functions 
and on all public occasions. 

He was a noble specimen of physical manhood, inheriting 
a kind and generous disposition from both father and mother. 
His life was filled with acts of assistance and friendship 
which made him loved by those who knew the true inward- 
ness of his character. 

He married, December, 1858, Ann R. Roberts of Water- 
borough, daughter of Samuel K. Roberts of that town, who 
was for many years one of its most prominent citizens. He 
lived on the ridge of land on which the Hamiltons of 
Waterborough settled, and was a successful farmer and 
liunberman. He was for many years treasurer of the County 
of York, and was very highly respected. 

Child, bom at Waterborough : 

i. Abxhub S.,7 b. Sept. 12, 1859; d. July 14, 1910; m. July 18, 
1898, Bo0e Durgin, b. at Biddeford, Nov. 19, 1869, 
daughter of Almon C. and Mary (Kimball) Durgin; no 
issue. 

46. Chables Lorbnzo* Hamilton {Cwpi. RichardJ^ 
Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* Daoid^), son of Capt. Richard^ and 
Olive (Rumery) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, Jime 23, 1829. He was a farmer and was much 
interested in public affairs, serving the town of Waterborough 
in various capacities, especially as selectman. 

He married at Berwick, Maine, August 28, 1850, Mary A. 
Keyes of South Berwick, who died at Waterborough, Feb* 
ruary 22, 1899. 

He died at Waterborough, January 16, 1908, and he and 
his wife are buried there. 



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Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

120. L John Fbancib,^ b. Sept. 2, 1852. 

ii. Phxbk Aijcb, b. Apr. 4, 1854; d. at Waterborough, Oct 

19, 1872. 
iii. Wauteb Hebbebt, b. Dec. 25, 1856; d. at Waterborough 

aged 4 months. 

121. iv. Chabugb Hxbbsbt, b. Dec. 17, 1857. 



47. Albion Parbis* Hamilton {Abd^'^ Abdy^ Benjamin^^ 
Abel,* David^)y son of Abel* and Mary (Ricker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, February 12, 1826. 

He married, June 4, 1848, Hannah Deshon of Water- 
borough, who died at Hoxie, Kansas, September 12, 1907. 

He died at Hoxie, August 11, 1911. 

Children, bom at Saco, Maine: 

i. Chabudb Fobbbbt,^ b. in 1854; d. at Saoo in 1855. 

ii. Emma Eugenia, b. in 1855; m. in 1878, her cousin, Howard 
Burton^ EbunOton, son of Horace* and Almira (Fergu- 
son) Hamilton of Waterborough. For children see page 
286. 



48. George Jefferson* Hamilton {Abely'^ Abel^^ Benja- 
min,* Ahdy* DaoidS), son of Abel* and Mary QElicker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 21, 1829. 

He married at Somersworth, N. H., April 2, 1852, Susan 
E. Hasty, who died at Saco, January IS, 1892, daughter of 
Aaron Hasty of Shapleigh, Maine. He resides at Saco, 
Maine. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

122. i. Gboboe Granvillb,^ b. Jan. 21, 1858. 
128. ii. EuiacB Jane, b. May 16, 1854. 
124. iii. Mabt Abbt, b. Dec. 29, 1856. 



40. Horace* Hamilton {Ahd,* Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David^), son of Abel* and Mary (Ricker) Hamilton, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, September 24, 1881. 

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He married first, January 27» ISSS, Almira Ferguson of 
Waterboroughy who died there April 26, 1867; and secondly 
January 18, 1868, Martha F. Roberts, who died at Agra, 
Kan., April 29, 1807, eldest daughter of Major Jeremiah 
Roberts of Waterborough. 

He died at Agra, November 14, 1904, and is buried there. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Waterborough: 

125. i. HowABD BintTON,^ b. Jan. 16» 1859. 

ii. Wn>UAM E., b. Aug. 18, 1861; d. at Waterborough, Sept. 
90, 1861. 

126. iiL MMff.iniA Hebbbbt, b. Nov. 14, 1863. 

Child by second wife, bom at Agra: 

127. iv. Famndb Tbabbtji, b. Mar. 8, 1874. 



50. Ons RiCKER* Hamilton {Abd,^ Abd^* Benjamin,^ 
Abd^* David^), son of Abel* and Mary (Ricker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 28, 18S5. 

He married first, July 26, 1857, Caroline Ubby, bom 
July 23, 1882, died at Concord, Mass., November 23, 1870; 
and secondly, at Lynn, Mass., February 6, 1875, Lydia 
Rich Witham, bom at Lyman, Maine, January 13, 1836. 

He died at Lynn, September 14, 1888. 

Children by first wife: 

128. L FoBBBBT Shkbwood,' b. at South Weymouth, Mass., 

Sept. 16, 1868. 
ii. Cabbib O., b. Aug. 5, 1862; m. Edward M. Bancroft of 

Lyxm, and d. at Lynn; no issue, 
iii. Ibviko R., b. Oct. 5, 1864; d. Jan. 5, 1867. 
iv. YfuJAAM F., b. May 16, 1867; d. Sept. 21, 1867. 
V. AusED Waijx), b. July 15, 1869; d. Aug. 27, 1869. 

Child by second wife, bom at Lynn. 

129. vi. Waivtisb Ibvino, b. Oct 21, 1877. 



51. Hembt C* Hamjuton (AbeW^ Abel,^ Benjamin,^ 
Abel,^ David}), the adopted son of Abel* and Mary (Ricker) 

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Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, Novemb^ 14, 
1848. 

He was their grandson and being legally adopted by his 
grandparents in infancy, he was reared by them, remaining 
at their home mitil the age of twenty years, when he removed 
to Lynn, Mass. 

He married first, April 13, 1872, Martha Witham, bom at 
Lyman, Maine, November 6, 1848, died there January 22, 
1905; and secondly in 1907, Ethel M. Wakefield, bom at 
Orange, Mass., August 12, 1889. They reside at Orange. 

Child by first wife, bom at Lyman : 

180. i. Edwabd A.,^ b. Feb. 6, 1878. 

Child by second wife, bom at Orange, Mass. : 
ii. Emily L., b. Oct. 1, 1907. 

62. Chables F.^ Allen {Mary^ HamiUon^ Ephrcdniy^ 
Abd,* Benjamin f* Abel^^ David}) ^ son of Samuel and Mary' 
(Hamilton) Allen, was bom at Portland, Maine, July 31, 
1829. In May, 1861 he enlisted, and served as a private in 
Co. B, 1st and 10th Regts. Maine Inf., and was discharged 
May, 1863; re-enlisted June 4, 1863 in Co. H, U. S. Inf. from 
which he was discharged at the expiration of his term of 
service, having been promoted sergeant. He participated 
in the following battles: Winchester, Antietam, Wilderness, 
Petersburg, Weldin Railroad and Hatches Run; was wounded 
and taken prisoner at the battle of Winchester and was con- 
fined in the rebel hospital two months, then released on 
parole. He was sergeant of the guard having in charge 
Jefferson Davis while he was prisoner. 

He married three times: first, in 1850, Sarah E. Roberts, 
who died at Portland in 1852; secondly in 1854, Esther A. 
Loring of Rockland, Maine, who died at Portland in 1863; 
and thirdly, July 23, 1868, Emma C. Goulding of Perry, 
Maine, who now resides at Portland. 

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He died at Portland, January 10, 1902. 
Child by first wife, bom at Portland: 
i. GirP (unnamed), b. in 1852; d. in i 



Child by second wife, bom at Perry, Maine: 
181. ii. LoBiNO Jebomb,' b. May 14, 1880. 

Children by third wife: 

iii. Clara. LoxnsB, b. at Perry, Sept. 19, 1871; m. Aug. 1, 1906, 
Austin Sydney KjqowIm of Lynn, Mass.; no issue. 

iv. Gbbtbudb Mat, b. at Portland, Nov. 20, 1876; m. June 21, 
1904, Perky George Harriman of Portland; no issue. 

V. Frank Iryiko, b. at Portland, May 2, 1880. 



53. Mary Ann^ Allen {Mary^ HamUton, Ephraim,* 
Abely^ Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd^), daughter of Samuel and 
Mary^ (Hamilton) Allen, was bom at Portland, Maine, June 
4, 1834. 

She married at Portland, February 3, 1853, Joseph B. 
Sprague of Hingham, Mass., who died at Everett, Mass., 
October 4, 1903, and is buried at Portland. She resides with 
her daughter at Melrose, Mass. 

Children, all born at Portland : 

i. Joseph,^ b. Jan. 15, 1854; d. Jan. 15, 1854. 

ii. AiJCB Amelia, b. June 24, 1855; m. at Dorch£8ter,Biass*, 

Dee. 27, 1888, William H. Seavey of East Boston, Mass.; 

no issue. He is an inspector of fire alarms. They reside 

in Melrose, Mass. 
182. iii. Mart JoBEPmNE, b. Dec. 6, 1861. 

iv. EuzABETH Morton, b. June 18, 1868; d. at Portland, Mar. 

28, 1869. 



54. EuiEN Elizabeth^ Newman {Mercy^ Hamilton^ 
Ephraim,^ Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,^ Dtwid}), daughter of 
John and Mercy* (Hamilton) Newman, was bom at West- 
brook, Maine, September 25, 1833. 

She married, August 14, 1850, Levi Gilman Eldridge of 

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Providence, R. I., who died at Portland, November 26, 
1800. 

She died at Portland, February 28, 1004. 

Children, the first bom at Chelsea, Mass., the others at 
Westbrook : 

i. MsLvniJiB Newman,' b. Aug. 14, 1851. For many yean 
he has been chief of the fire department of Portland, Me. 
188. ii. Alyah Goman, b. Feb. 6, 1858. 

ill. Addis Hblen, b. Jime 80, 1855; d. at Westbrook, Sept. 4, 
1856. 

iv. Chablbb Hebbebt, b. Jime 24, 1857; d. at Deering, Me., 
Apr. 29, 1878. 

184. V. Helen Mabel, b. Aug. 81, 1858. 

185. id. EiOLY Flobence, b. Dec. 81, 1880. 

vii. John Clabence, b. Aug. 15, 1866; d. at Westhrodk, Mar. 
8, 1867. 

186. viii. Clara Auousta, b. Nov. 14, 1868. 



55. Adeline Bishop' Newman {Mercy^ HamHion^ Eph- 
raim,^ Abd,^ Benjamin,* Abd,^ David}), daughter of John 
and Mercy* (Hamilton) Newman, was bom at Westbrook, 
Maine, April 0, 1835. 

She married in March, 1854, Charles B. HaU of Portland, 
who died in April, 1000. He carried on a nursery business 
in Maine. She resides at Auburn, Maine. 

Children: 

187. i. Fbank Douolab,' b. at Portland (Deering), Sept. 15, 1855. 
ii. Alice Mabia, b. at Portland (Deering), Sept. 15, 1868; m. 

(1) Jan. 16, 1885, Charles A. Bean of Dover, N. H.; m. 

(2) Oct. 24, 1894, Joseph W. Chaplin of SomerviDe, 
Mass.; no issue. He is an engineer on the Boston and 
Maine R. R. They reside at Somerville. 

iii. TftABETifiA Adelaide, b. at Auburn, Me., Sept. 19, 1872; m. 
Nov. 1, 1890, Wilbur Joseph Evans of Farmington, 
N. H.; no issue. He is a druggist at Farmington. 



56. Frederick Merand^ Loyejot (Lydia^ HamiUonf 
Ephraim,^ Abel,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ Daoid^), son of William 

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and Lydia* (Hamilton) Lovejoy, was bom at Portland, 
Maine, February 10, 1840. He is engaged in the business 
of painting and paper hanging, at Lynn, Mass., where he 
resides. . 

He married, October 28, 1871, Almira Gallop of Wenham, 
Mass. 

Children, all bom at Lynn: 

i. Chabugb Henbt,^ b. Apr. 5, 1878; m. June 25, 1911, Effie 

Holmes Doten of Lynn; no issue, 
li. Cabbib Lobbttb, b. Aug. ^, 1876; m. Apr. 19, 1902, Hienry 
S. Colby of Lynn; no issue. 
188. iii. Ethibl Ruth, b. Mar. 1, 1878. 

iv. AucE Edith Pbabl, b. Nov. 9St, 1884. 
V. CoBA Mabkl» b. May 18, 1887. 
vi. Irese Mtbtlb, b. Aug. 16, 1889. 



57. CaboIiINE Sophia^ Langlet (Jane C* HamiUon, 
Ephraim^^ Abel^^ Benjamin^* AheU^ Damd^)^ daughter of 
Robert and Jane C.^ (Hamilton) Langley, was bom at 
Biddeford, Maine, December 25, 1849. 

She married at Salem, Mass., August 18, 1870, Rev. 
(reorge £. Fuller, bom at Danvers, Mass., June 26, 1850, 
died at Moundsville, W. Va., November 23, 1906. He was 
a Methodist preacher in the West Virginia Conference. 
She resides at Moundsville. 

Children, bom at Lynn : 

L Flobkncs Maud," b. Aug. 19, 1871; d. at Lynn, Sept. 2, 
1872. 
189. ii. Cabl HAMmroN, b. Apr. 26, 1876. 
iii. Gbnsvis, d. at Lynn, aged 2 weeks. 

58. Alvah C.^ HAim/roN (Aloahf^ Ephrcdm^* Ahd^^ 
Benjamin^* Abel,* David}), son of Alvah* and Caroline B. 
(Lindsay) Hamilton, was bom at Rockland, Maine, April 
15, 1840. 

He married at Rockland, January 18, 1874, Clara E. Low 
of that town, and they reside there. 

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Childreii, bom at Rockland : 

i. EiiONiA C* b. Oct. 19, 1876. 
ii. CuFPOBD A., b. Nov. 21, 1880. 

50. Trafton' Hamilton (John P. (?.,• Ephraim,^ Abdy* 
Benjamin^* Abel^* David}) ^ son of John P. C* and Elizabeth 
I. (Pevere) Hamilton, was bom at Great Falls (Somersworth), 
N. H., February 12, 1845. He entered the U. S. service 
September 16, 1861, and served three months; re-enlisted 
February 22, 1862, and served three years in the 6th Corps, 
Army of the Potomac. 

He married first at Greenfield, Mass., Emeline Babcock 
of Greenfield; and secondly at Montague, Mass., May 1, 
1884, Mary £. Brown of Greenfield, who died at Orange, 
Mass., December 10, 1906. He resides at Orange. 

Children by first wife: 

140. i. Anna Elizabeth,* b. at Greenfidd, Apr. 7, 1871. 

ii. Edwabd L., b. at Fleming Hill, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1875; d. May 

29,1908. 
iii. Wn>UAM J., b. at Venice Center, N. Y., Dec. 21, 1878. 

60. Calvin Lord^ Hamilton {John P. C,* Ephraim,* 
AheU^ Benjamin^^ Abdy^ David}) ^ son of John P. C* and 
Elizabeth I. (Pevere) Hamilton, was bom at Great Falls 
(Somersworth), N. H., April 3, 1847. 

He married, April 5, 1869, Emma L. Tanner of Greenfield. 
He resides at Orange, Mass. 
Children: 

i. Chablbb M.,* b. at Leyden, Mass., Jan. 7, 1870; d. at 
Millera Falls, Mass., Aug. 19, 1871. 

ii. Carrie M., b. at Salem, Mass., Mar. 12, 1872; d. unmar- 
ried at Orange, Mass., July 26, 1896. 

iii. MiNNix I., b. Dee. 22, 1874; d. at Huntsvllle, Neb., Sept. 7, 
1875. 

61. Melville Newman^ Hamilton (John P. C.,« Eph- 
raim,* Abd,^ Benjamin,* AheU^ David^), son of John P. C.' 

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and Elizabeth I. (Pevere) Hamilton, was bom at Deerfield, 
Mass., August 27, 1853. 

He married at Athol, Mass., October 22, 1879, Etta L. 
Hall of Bangor, Maine, who died at Greenfield, Mass., April 
14, 1901. 

Children, bom at Greenfield: 

i. Pebct Mblvillb,' b. Apr. 10, 1887; d. at Greenfield, Aug. 

15, 1887. 
ii. EuGKNB Melyhilb, b. Apr. 5, 1897; d. at Greenfield, Oct. 

22, 1897. 

68. Daniel Wells^ Hamilton {John P. C,* Epkraimy* 
Abely^ Benjamifty* Abely* David^)^ son of John P. C* and 
Elizabeth I. (Pevere) Hamilton, was bom at Deerfield, 
Mass., June 26, 1855. 

He married first Mabel Tucker; and secondly Matilda 
E. Moore. 

Children by first wife: 

i. CiaAKENCE,* d. young, 
ii. Ralph. 

Children by second wife : 

iii. Clarence. 
iv. Gladys. 

63. Lizzie Melvina^ Hamilton {John P. C,* Ephraim^* 
AheU^ Benjamin,^ Abet,* David}) ^ daughter of John P. C* 
and Elizabeth I. (Pevere) Hamilton, was bom at Greenfield, 
Mass., January SI, 1859. 

She married first, October 21, 1876, Truman W. Ellis, 
who died at New Salem, Mass., September 6, 1898; and sec- 
ondly. May 2, 1900, Homer Stephens. Their place of resi- 
dence is Greenfield. 

Children by first husband, all bom at Springfield, Mass.: 

i. Everett Amos,* b. Dec. 31, 1877; m. at Philadelphia, Pa., 
Dec. 81, 1906, Abbie Beese Davies of Philadelphia; no 
issue. 

ii. Eabl Laitrence, b. May 29, 1882. 

iii. Waldo Truman, b. Oct 18, 1886. 

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64. William Ephraim' Hamilton {Jchn P. C./ Ephr 
raim^^ Ahd^^ Benjamin,* Abely* DavidS), son of John P. C/ 
and Elizabeth I. (Pevere) Hamilton, was bom at Leyden, 
Mass.y June 5, 1864. He is a compositor and resides at 
Lowell, Mass. 

' He married, December 24, 1891, Lura I. Day of Monson, 

Maine. 

Children: 

L Lboia Ibabbih* b. at Greenfield* Mass., Nov. 20» 1892. 

ii. MsBUB Laubihion, b. at Deerfield, Mass., Nov. 28, 18M. 

iii. EuzABBTR Mtbabxl, b. at Greenfield, June 10, 18M. 

iv. Lois BfABOUBBiTB, b. at Lowell, June 6, 1901. 

v. Cabub Elbamob, b. at Lowell, June 19, 1904. 

vL Lbbtbb Nobmak, b. at LoweQ, Nov. 28, 1910. 

65. George Varney' Hamilton {Francis,* Ephraim,* 
Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Francis* and Abigail 
(Grant) Hamilton, was bom at Somersworth, N. H., August 
16, 1845. 

1; He married at Alfred, Maine, November 28, 1866, Marri- 
etta Bumham. 

He died November 16, 1873. 

Child, bom at Sanford (Springvale), Maine: 

141. i. Habbt Euas,* b. Mar. 80, 1809. 

66. Elizabeth Jane' Hamilton {Francis,* Ephraim,* 
Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daivid^), daughter of Francis* and 
Abigail (Grant) Hamilton, was bom at Berwick, Maine, 
March 25, 1847. 

She married first, at Charlestown, Mass., July S, 1862, 
Parker Worcester Davis, bom at Great Falls, N. H., died by 
drowning in the Ohio River, April 11, 1866, son of Stephen 
and Sally (Worcester) Davis. She married secondly, at 
Sanford (Springvale), Maine, December 11, 1868, Sumner C. 
Trafton of Shapleigh, Maine. Their residence is at Beverly, 
Mass. 

Child by first husband, bom at East Boston, Mass. : 

142. i. Pabubb SmpoN,* b. Jan. 4, 1808. 

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Children by second husband, bom at Beverly, Mass. : 

148. li. Chaklis SciooBB,* b. Aug. 4, 1877. 

144. iii. Addib Flobsmtcb, b. Mar. 6, 1880. 

67. Lyman Towbb' Hamilton {Francis^* Ephraim^* 
AbeU^ Benjamiriy* Abel,* Damd^), son of Frauds* and Abigail 
(Grant) EEamilton, was bom at Somersworth, N. H., June 1, 
1856. He is a shoemaker and resides at Beverly, Mass., 
where he has been a member of the fire department since 
1874. 

He married Susan Ever Blanche Griffin of Danvers, Mass. 
Children, the second bom at Danvers, the others at 
Beverly, Mass.: 

i. Gboboe Ltman,* b. Sept. 8, 1881; d. at Beverly, Oct. 10, 

1898. 
li. JoBKPH Elbot, b. Feb. 10, 1888 ; d. at Beveriy , Mar. 8, 1898. 
iii. LouiB Forest, b. Nov. 8, 1890. 

145. iv. EufXR Francis, b. Feb. 10, 1892. 
V. John Fostbr, b. Sept. 2, 1898. 

68. Mabcia Isora' Tower (/ti/ia A.^ EamiUon^ Eph- 
raim^ Ahd,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Lyman 
C. and Julia A.* (Hamilton) Tower, was bom at Biddeford, 
Maine, June 11, 1851. 

She married at Coventry, Vt., February 19, 1870, William 
Eugene Carter of Randolph, Vt. He is a manufacturer of 
furniture at Boston, Mass., and resides at Lexington, Mass. 

Children, bom at Randolph: 

146. i. Caddib LnaLEAN,* b. Jan. 15, 1871. 

147. ii. Mtra Aucs, b. Aug. 10, 1872. 

89. Myra Axjoxjbta' Tower {Jidia A.* HamUton, Eph- 
raim,^ Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), daughter of Lyman 
C. and Julia A.* (Hamilton) Tower, was bom at Bethel, Vt., 
December 6, 185S. 

She married at Randolph, Vt., November 16, 1880, 
Mareellus C. Terry, bom at Bethel, Vt. 

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Children : 

148. i. lluKdA E.,* b. at Pn>ctonville, Vt., Dec. 15, 1881. 

149. ii. Mdimis Vera, b. at Beveie, Mass., Oct. 12, 1888. 

70. Minnie Auce^ Toweb {Jvlia A.^ HamiUon^ Eph- 
raimf Abdy^ Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd^)y daughter of Lyman 
C. and Julia A.* (Hamilton) Tower, was bom at Barnard, 
Vt., July 4, 1869. 

She married at Royalton, Vt., October 6, 1888, Clayton 
Philander House, bom at Bethel, Vt. 

She died at Melrose, Mass., December 16, 1893. 
Child, bom at Conconnelly, Wash. : 

i. Lucr Alicb Autheba,* b. Sept. 16, 1882. 

71. Samuel Carll^ Goodwin (Olivet Carll, Charity^ 
HamiUony AheU^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David}), son of Thomas 
and Olive* (Carll) Goodwin, was bom at Hiram, Maine, 
August SO, 1831. He was a contractor. 

He married first, Mary Jane Thomas of Ebensburg, who 
died Sept. 4, 1859; and secondly at Altoona, Pa., June 5, 
1862, Sarah Jane Randolph of Altoona. 

He died at Connellsville, Pa., February 7, 1908. 

Children by first wife, bom at Ebensburg : 

i. EuiA Jans,* b. Dec. 10, 1857; d. Oct. 12, 1861. 

ii. Robert aLonzo, b. Sept. 4, 1859; d. May 20, 1011; m. 
Amanda Kimberly. She and her family reside at Pitts- 
burg, Pa. Children: 

1. Addis K,* b. March 25, 1885. 

2. WuLiAM B., b. May 13, 1886. 
8. Ebving K., b. July 15, 1890. 

4. Nbttib C, b. Nov. 18, 1891. 

5. BoBEBT L., b. Jan. 28, 1897. 

Children by second wife, bom at Altoona: 

150. iii. Sahuibl Thomas, b. May 8, 1863. 

iv. Dayid Randolph, b. Oct. 5, 1866; killed in a wreck on the 
B. & O. B. R. near McKeesport, Pa., Aug. 14, 1890. 

151. V. Gbobqb Dukbman, b. Nov. 10, 1871. 

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Jl^ii BeiBicenbantfi; 

72. IvoBY Flandebs^ Goodwin {Oliv^ Carll, Charity* 
HamUUmj Abel^^ Benjamin^* Ahd^^ David}) ^ son of Thomas 
and Olive' (Carll) Goodwin, was bom at Hiram, Maine, 
October 29, 18SS. He served a term in the U. S. Navy dur- 
ing which he was on the west coast of Africa in quest of 
vessels in slave trade; also served three years in Co. E, 9th 
Maine Regt., Vol. Inf. 

He married first at Hiram, Nancy Smith; and secondly at 
Hiram, November 6, 1871, Alice L. Heath; both were of 
Hiram. 

He died at Hiram, January 28, 1895, and is buried in 
Spring Cemetery. ^ 

Children by first wife, bom at Hiram : 

i. IvoBT Flandebs^ d. young. 

ii. Thomas; engineer on Pennsylvania railroad; resides at 

Wilkinsburg, Pa. 
iii. AucB. 
iv. Edwabd; conductor on Pennsylvania railroad; resides at 

WiUdnsburg, Pa. 

Children by second wife, bom at Hiram : 

152. v. IvoBT Flandebs,* b. Mar. 128, 1874. 

vi. Owen ELebbbbt, b. Apr. 5, 1876. 
158. vii. Ctrttb ELuai/roN, b. June 28, 1878. 
f" viii. Joanna 6., b. Sept. 18, 1880. 

154. ix. Frank Bubton, b. July 12, 1888. 

X. Habbt 6., b. June 6, 1887. 

xi. AijFBED, b. Aug. 31, 1891. 

xii. Benjamin H., b. Apr. 6, 1894. 



73. Charles Cabrol' Goodwin {Olivet Carlly Charity* 
Hamilton, Abely^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son of Thomas 
and Olive* (Carll) Goodwin, was bom at Hiram, Maine, 
December 12, 1838. He was a farmer. 

He married at Hiram, December 10, 1882, Amette 
Lowell of Hiram. 

He died at Hiram, March S, 1888. 



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Sifiel Hamilton 

Chfldren, bom at Cornish, Maine: 

L SAMun. C.»* b. Aug. 9, 1884; d. Jan. 6» 1886. 
n. Chabubb p., b. Nov. 8» 1886. 

74. JuiJA EiaUSN' Goodwin {Olivet CarU, Chariiy^ 
HamUUm^ Ahd^^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ DiwidS), daughter of 
Thomas and Olive* (Carll) Goodwin* was bom at Hiram, 
Maine, April 23, 1841. 

She married, July 28, 1863, Lemuel Cotton, a merchant, 
at Hiram. 
Children, all bom at Hiram : 

L Ldbi^ Ellen,* b. Apr. 22» 1864; d. at Hiram, Apr. 27, 1888. 

ii. Emma Quva, b. Aug. 0, 1866; m. at Nortli Bridgton, Me., 
Aug. 21, 1889, Bdon A. Cummings of Hairison, Me.; no 
issue. He is a manufacturer and resides at Hiram. 

155. iii. CHABuna, b. Oct. 21, 1869. 

75. Joanna' Goodwin (OUo^ Carll, Charity^ HamiUan, 
Ahd,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DaoidS), daughter of Thomas and 
Olive* (Carll) Groodwin, was bom at Hiram, Maine, August 
10, 1843. 

She married at Hiram, June 17, 1863, James Bidlon of 
Hiram, who died there Febraary 23, 1911. 
She died at Hiram, July 7, 1880. 
Children, aU bom at Hiram : 

156. L Ruth VicfioBiA,* b. Dec 8, 1864. 

ii. Fammib JsaEULA, b. Apr. 7, 1866; d.^'at Coraisb, Me., Sept. 
10, 1882. 

157. iiL liABdA Ella, b. Nov. 8, 1867. 

iv. Bknjamin, b. Nov. 18, 1876; d.^ Hiiam,''Nov. 2, 1891. 

76. AiAiEDA' GooDwm {Olivet CarU, Charity* HamUUm, 
Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Dcundf), daughter of Thomas and 
Olive* (Carll) Goodwin, was bom at Hiram, Maine, January 
31, 1846. 

She married George W. Babb of Hiram, who died thore 
March 2, 1904. 

She died at Hiram, March, 1894. 

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Children, aU bom at Hiram : 

158. i. EDDne FiTim>N»* b. Aug. 2, 1880. 

159. ii. Lizzno Eiojen, b. Apr. 20, 1888. 

iii. AuBBBT AuGUBTUB, b. June 10» 1887. 



77* Jacob Cabll' Mebrifieij> {Louisa B.^ CarUy CharUy^ 
HamUUm^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* AheU^ Damd^), son of Hos.eft,and 
Louisa B/ (Carll) (Hobbs) Merrifield, was bom at ^ "r^^ 
borough, Maine, February 15, 1842. He enlisted at Water- 
borough, September 87, 1861, served in Co. I, 1st Regt. 
Maine Cavalry, and was discharged November S5, 1864, at 
the expiration of his term of service. 

He married at Boston, Mass., June 17, 1866, Winifred A. 
Dolan, bom in County Cavan, Ireland. 

He died at South Boston, Mass., August 19, 1868. His 
widow resides at South Boston. 

Child, bom at South Boston: 

i. Hebbxbt Joseph,' b. July 16, 1867. 

78. Lucy Ann' Merrifield {Louisa JB." Carll^ Charily^ 
Hamilton, AheU^ Benjamin,^ AbeU* David}) , daughter of 
Hosea and Louisa B.^ (Carll) (Hobbs) Merrifield, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, August 17, 1845. 

She married, June 6, 1866, Columbus Moulton of Lyman, 
Maine, bom November 27, 1841. He conducts an express 
business at Boston and resides at South Boston. 

Children: 

L EusABSTH LouiBS,' b. at South Boston, Sept. 25, 1867; 

d. at Waterborough, Sept. 2£, 1870. 
ii. WnjJAM Jacob, b. at South Boston, Aug. 19, 1869; d. there 
Oct. 21, 1869. 
160. lii. LnuuiAN Aucb, b. at South Boston, Apr. 4, 1872. 

iv. FBXDKiaGK JxmEBBON, b. at Dorchester, Mass., Aug., 
y 1874; d. there Mar., 1875. 

^ V. BoT EutfXB, b. at South Boston, June 22, 1882; m. at 

Chelsea, Mass., June 20, 1906, Jennie Etta Hoyt of 
Chelsea. Child: Elmer Lothrop,* b. at Dorchester, June 
9, 1907; d. June 9, 1907. 

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Sifiel Hamilton 

79. Mary Adeline^ Cabll (Nathaniel* Carll, Charity^ 
Hamilton^ Ahd^^ Benjamin^* Abel^* Damd})y daughter of 
Nathaniel* and Clarissa (Smith) Carll, was bom at Water- 
boroughy Maine, August 21, 1836. 

She married, July 2, 1854, Jotham A. Smith of Water- 
borough. 

She died at Waterborough, January 2, 1864. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

L "EhLJL M.^ b. (date not ascertained) ; m. Charles M. Winfidd, 
and d. at Waterborough, Apr., 1894; no issue. 

ii. Emma A., b. Sept. J22, 1858, d. at Orange, Mass., Apr. 18, 
1885. 

iii. CI.ARA A., b. Sept. 28, 1861; m. Nov. 12, 1879, Joseph A. 
Atherton; no issue. They reside at Orange, Mass. 



80. Samuel Harrison^ Carll (Nathaniel* Carll^ Charity* 
HamiUon^ Abel^^ Benjamin^* Abel^* David})^ son of Nathaniel* 
and Clarissa (Smith) Carll» was bom at Waterborough* 
Mame, October 12, 1841. 

He married, July 4, 1862, Sabra Verona^ Guptill, bom at 
Waterborough, June 23, 1844; died at North Kennebunk, 
Maine, September 27, 1905, daughter of Orin and Abigail 
W.* (Hamilton) Guptill (Adrial^* John^^ Benjamin,* Abel,^ 
David}). See page 337. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. LUiLiA ABiGAni,^ b. Dec. 1, 1868; d. Nov. 14, 1868. 

161. ii. Cora Belle, b. Dec. 20, 1866. 

162. iii. WnjUAM Elmer, b. Mar. 8, 1868. 

163. iv. LiLLEA ABiGAni, b. Nov. 8, 1871. 

164. V. Nellie Gertrude, b. July 28, 1878. 

165. vi. Gut Eibworth, b. July 22, 1876. 

166. vii. Lerot ELuqlton, b. Apr. 2, 1879. 

167. viii. Nathaniel Samuel, b. July 27, 1882. 

168. ix. Jambs Blaine, b. Mar. 11, 1884. 



81. Nathaniel S.^ Carll (Nathaniel* Carll, Charity* 
HamHton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid^), son of Nathaniel* 

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^te BeiB(cenbantiB( 

and Clarissa (Smith) Caril, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, October 17, 1846. 

He married, July, 1872, Mary E. Wentworth of Lebanon, 
Maine. 

He died at Waterborough, February 9, 187S, and was 
buried there. 

Child, bom at Waterborough : 

i. Nathanibl S.,* b. Feb. 2, 1878; m. at Portland, Me., Mar. 
7, 1907, Alta M. Davis of Riverton Park, Portland; no 
issue. 

82. Sarah J.' McKenney {Mary H.^ Carll, Charity* 
HaraitUmy Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abel^* Damd^)y daughter of 
Rufus B. and Mary H." (Carll) McKenney, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, June 4, 1832. 

She married at Boston, Mass., May 28, 1854, Stephen 
Gile of Boston, who died there March 25, 1876. 

She died at Boston, January 2, 1882, and both are buried 
in Cedar Grove Cemetery, Dorchester, Mass. 

Children, all bom at Boston : 

169. i. Frank Hebbert,^ b. Mar. 15, 1855. 

ii. Emma Fbanceb, b. Nov. 17, 1856; d. unmarried, at Boston, 
Apr. 20, 1886. 

iii. WnjJAM Howard, b. Mar. 17, 1858; d. unmarried, at Bos- 
ton, May 6, 1900. 

iv. Frederick Iascoln, b. July 1, 1865; m. Nov. 128, 1888, 
Flora Jane ELam, daughter of Edwin J. and Harriet L.' 
(Hobbs) Ham, {Lev? Hobbs, AbigaiP HamiUoih Benja- 
mins^ Benjamin,* Ahd^ Ikwid}). For children see 
page 117. 

83. Benjamin R.^ McKenney {Mary H.* CarUy Charity* 
HamiUony AheU^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David})^ son of Rufus B. 
and Mary H.* (Carll) McKenney, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, October 4, 1842. 

He married at Waterborough, February 8, 1866, Mary 
L. Witham, daughter of David Witham of Brunswick, 
Maine. They reside at Waterborough. 

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&btl Hamilton 

Children, bom at Waterborough : 

170. i. WiuuB E.,* b. June 17, 1867. 

171. ii. Mklvin C.» b. Aug. 8, 1868. 

84. Alfred F.' McKenney {Mary H.^ Carll, Charity^ 
HamiUony Ahdy^ Benjamin^* Abel,* D<wid}), son of Rufus B. 
and Mary H.^ (Carll) McKenney, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, January 25, 1847. 

He married, October 27, 1874, Lizzie S. Guptill, daughter 
of John Guptill of Waterborough, where they reside. 
Children, bom at Waterborough : 

i. AuBED R.,* b. Dec 11, 1877. 

ii. Cltdb F., b. Dec. 4, 188^2; m. Sept. 20, 1910, Sadie M. 
Sheein of North Berwick, Me.; no issue. 

85. Gebbish Lowell' Bxjzzell {Oeorgefi BuzzeJl^ Dorcas^ 
Hamilton, Abd,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son of George* 
and Abigail (Emerson) Buzzell, was bom at Buxton, Maine, 
July 9, 1888. He served in the Civil War in Co. K, ISth 
Maine Regt.; was discharged January 31, 1864; re-enlisted 
in the same company, was promoted corporal, and finally 
discharged January 24, 1865. 

He married first at Biddeford, Maine, January 24, 1854, 
Enmia J. Brickett, daughter of John and Catherine (Whita- 
ker) Brickett of Stowe, Maine; and secondly, October 20, 
1884, Mrs. Sarah E. G. Palmer, widow of Ellis B. Pahner 
and daughter of Jacob and Patience (Goodwin) Bridges of 
Dayton, Maine. 

He died at Saco, Maine, February 4, 1902, and is buried 
there. 

Child by first wife: 

172. i. Walter Pbndezteb,^ b. at Biddeford, Apr. 18, 1856. 

86. EDBffUND Coffin' Buzzell (George^ Buzzell, Dorcas^ 
Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), son of George* 
and Abigail (Emerson) Buzzell,' was bom at Hollis, Maine, 

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Jl^ii Bmcenbants 

February 16, 1841. For many years he was employed as a 
machinist by the Saco Water Power Company. He served 
during the Civil War in Co. K, S2d and Slst Maine Regts., 
and was discharged July 15, 1865. 

He married at Biddeford, February 23, 1865, Sarah Olive 
Emerson of Biddeford, daughter of Benjamin and Sarah 
Olive (Stacy) Emerson. They reside at Buxton, Maine. 

Children: 

178. L Alyxn Cbogkitt,* b. at Lyman, Me.» Jan. 29, 1867. 

174. ii. EvKiiTN Mat, b. at limerick. Me., Mar. 80, 1868. 

175. iii. Fbxd £MBBaoN, b. at Limerick, Apr. 16, 1871. 

iv. Crabus Edwabd Stevens, b. at Waterborough, Me., July 
28, 1877; m. Jan. 1, 1906, Mollie Sebastian of San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; no issue. They reside at San Francisco. 

V. HxsJBtf JofiEPHiNE Dow, b. at North Andover, Mass., Apr. 
28, 1884; m. June 80, 1909, Joseph C. Bumham of Saco, 
son of Greorge and Addie (Oakes) Bumham; no issue. 



87. Mart Abbie' Bxjzzell {George^ Bttzzell, Dorcas^ 
HamiUon^ AbeU*^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of 
Greorge* and Abigail (Emerson) Buzzell, was bom at Kenne- 
bunkporty Maine, October 2, 1850. 

She married at Biddeford, in 1877» William H. Wormwood 
of Kennebunky son of Calvin and Diantha (Hu£F) Wormwood. 
He is a carpenter. 

Children: 

176. i. LuciNDA Sarah»* b. at North Berwick, Me., May 80, 1878. 
ii. GsBBiBH LowBLL, b. at Kemiebunlqx>rt, (kt. 80, 1879; d. 

June 18, 1888. 

177. liL Fbxd EomnxDf b. at North Berwick, May 15, 1882. 

178. iv. Gbobgb BuzzbUh b. at Eennebimk, Sept. 17, 1884. 
V. Gerbibh Wiluam, b. at Kennebunk, July 17, 1888. 



88. Geobge Henrt^ Bxjzzell (Henry T.^ BuzzeU, Dorcas/^ 
Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Henry T.* 
and Hannah R. (Cousens) Buzzell, was bom at Hollis, 
Maine, August 19, 1888. For many years he was a mechanic 

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WiA Hamilton 

and inventor at Boston; subsequently he retired and re- 
moved to Woodland^ Maine, where he owned a farm. 

He married at Saco, Maine, May 5, 1860, Frances E. Jose 
of Saco. 

He died at Augusta, Maine, February 25, 1897, and is 
buried at Dayton. His widow married Cyrus Doty and 
resides at Rockville, Conn. 

Children : 

FBBDKmcK JoBE," b. at Buxton, Me., Dec 24, 1861. 
Qrin Colby, b. at Dayton, July 1, 1868. 
Helena Fannie, b. at Dayton, Mar. 15, 1865. 
George laviNa, b. at Dorchester, Mass., Oct 4, 1867; d. 

at Boston, Aug. 8, 1868. 
Eunice Flora, b. at Dorchester, Aug. 20, 1869. 
Lottie MabbTj, b. at Boston, Jan. 15, 1878. 

89. Franklin Oliveb^ Bxjzzell {Henry T.^ BuzzM^ 
Dorcas^ HamrUon^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* AheU^ Damd})^ son of 
Henry T.* and Hannah R. (Cousens) Buzzell, was bom at 
Hollis, Maine, December 20, 1839. He engaged in a 
laundry business at Bangor, Maine, and became a prominent 
man in that city. 

He married, February 11, 1861, Susan R. Gordon, bom 
at Hollis, September 15, 1843, daughter of Amos and Susan 
(Roberts) Gordon. 

He died at Bangor, Maine, October 21, 1905. 

Children: 

184. i. Eboia Jane,' b. at Dayton, Feb. 28, 1883. 

185. ii. Qbin Amos, b. at Saco, Me., Nov. 16, 1866. 

iii. Grace Mabion, b. at Bangor, Me., Sept. 26, 1879; m. at 
Bangor, Oct. 28, 1908, Joseph E. Brown, son of Edwin 
Brown; no issue. 

90. Sarah Elizabeth^ Bxjzzell {Henry T.^ BusasM, 
Dorcas^ HamilUmy Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abely* David}) y daughter 
of Henry T.* and Hannah R. (Cousens) Buzzell, was bom at 
Hollis, Maine, March 31, 1841. 

She married at Biddeford, Maine, February 10, 1869, 

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Thomas Phillips of Saco, Maine, who died at Biddeford, son 
of Alvin and Mary (Boothby) Phillips. He was engaged in 
a shoe business at Biddeford. 

She died at Biddeford, May 18, 1876. 

Children, bom at Biddeford : 

i. Elcena Janib»^ b. Mar. 5, 1870; m. at Bangor, Me., July 
1, 1890, Frank E. Carle, son of Andrew P. and Mary M. 
(Calkins) Carle; no issue. They reside at Bangor where 
Mr. Carle is a member of the firm of Hight tt Carle, 
booksellers and stationers. 
186. ii. Alyin Henbt, b. May, 1871. 



91. JuMA Ann^ Buzzell {Henry T.* Buzzelly Dorcas^ 
Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of 
Henry T.* and Hannah R. (Cousens) Buzzell, was bom at 
Hollis, Maine, March 22, 1843. 

She married, in 1866, Robert W. Deering of Saco, Maine, 
who died there May 1, 1906, son of Martin H. and Rebecca 
J. (Boothby) Deering. She resides at Saco with her 
daughter. 

Children, all bom at Saco : 

i. Rebecca Ellen,* b. Dec. 18, 1865; d. at Saco, May 20, 
1867. 

187. ii. Edward Martin, b. Oct 16, 1867. 

188. iii. Nellie Rebecca, b. Mar. 13, 1871. 

92. Aaron Buzzell^ Newell (Mary F.* Buzzell, Dorcas* 
Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Charles 
and Mary F.* (Buzzell) Newell, was bom at Hollis, Maine, 
October 19, 1887. He enlisted in Co. K, 32d Maine Regt., 
and served during the war. 

He married first, in 1858, Almira Cleaves of Dayton, 
who died at Waterborough, Maine, December 28, 1893, 
daughter of Elisha and Nancy (Drew) Cleaves; and secondly 
at Waterborough, November 27, 1895, Mrs. Emily J. Rowe 
of Alfred, Maine, daughter of William and Olive N. (Low) 
Rowe and widow of Leonard Rowe. 

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Sifiel ^amiltDti 

He died at East Rochester, N. H.» January 20, 1911. 
Children by first wife: 

i. Jbbsb BjlUj^^ b. at Dayton, Apr. 7, 1859. 
188. ii. Nanct Etta, b. at Dayton, Dec. 27, 1861. 

iu. Joseph, b. at Dayton, Sept. 9, 1863; m. (1) at Lyman, Me., 
May 17, 1884, Mabel Carpenter of Waterborough, 
daughter of Jacob and BCary J. (Kelley) Carpenter; m. 
(2) at Waterborough, July 26, 1897, Mrs. Ada D. Sweat, 
daughter of Bradford and Mary (Young) Scribner; no 
issue. 

iv. Gboboianna, b. at Kennebunk, Me., May 28, 1869; m. 
Nov. 28, 1889, William C. Nason, Jr., son of WiS^aan C. 
and Julia A. (Fowles) Nason; no issue. He is an under- 
taker at Waterborough, where they reside. 

93. Nathaniel Buzzell' Newell {Mary FJ BuzzeU, 
Dorcas* Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* DamdS), son of 
Charles and Mary F.* (Buzzell) Newell, was bom at HoUis 
Maine, September 11, 1841. 

He married three times: first at Dayton, June 15, 1861, 
Sarah W. Whitten of Cornish, Maine, who died there August, 
1864, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Wilson) Whitten; 
secondly at Westbrook, Maine, March, 1873, Jennie 
Veazie of Alfred, Maine, who died at Westbrook in 187S; 
and thirdly at Dover, N. H., July 12, 1876, Ada C. Allard 
of Lyman, Maine, daughter of John F. and Amelia F. 
(Nutter) Allard. He resides at Kennebunk, Maine, and is a 
farmer. 

Children by first wife, bom at Cornish: 

i. MnAtTBT Stons,^ b. Apr. 10, 1802; d. at Cornish, Aug., 

1864. 
iL BiiLBtTBT Stons, b. Feb. 29, 1864. 

Children by third wife: 

iii. Bbbtband AliiABD, b. at West Milan, N. H., June 1, 1877. 

iv. WiuJB Pbat, b. at Stark, N. H., Dec. 22, 1882; m. at 
Dover, N. H., Jan. 28, 1908, Ruth BlaisdeU HiU of 
Kennebunk, daughter of Barnabas P. and Obailotte 
(Stevens) EBIL Child: Rhoda,* b. at lo^nan, Maine, 
July 17, 1907; d. there July 24, 1907. 

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94t. William Mobbib^ Newell {Mary F.* Buzzell^ 
Dorcas^ HamiUon^ Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abdy* David}), son of 
Charles and Mary F.* (Buzzell) Newell» was bom at HoUis, 
Maine, November 21» 1844. 

He married at Biddeford, Maine, March 28, 1874, Lucia 
F. Allen of Biddeford, daughter of John W. and Keziah 
(Berry) Allen. 

He died at Biddeford, October 20, 1895. 

Children, all bom at Biddef ord : 

i. Burton,* b. Nov. 10, 1875; d. Apr. 18, 1877. 
190. ii. Cora, b. Apr. 80, 1877. 
101. iii. Gertrude, b. Feb. 6, 1879. 

iv. Maggie Mat, b. Oct. 17, 1884; d. unmarried at Biddeford, 

Apr. 18, 1909. 
v. John Weblet, b. June 5, 1888. 

vi. Ada MmNiE, b. Apr. 15, 1890; m. Aug. 20, 1908, Hany 
Homer Walters of Terre Haute, lAd., and they reside 
there; no issue. 

95. Rev. Barnard Dana^ Newell {Mary F.^ Buzzell, 
Dorca>8^ Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DaoidS), son of 
Charles and Mary F.* (Buzzell) Newell, was bom at HoUis, 
Maine, September 4, 1846. He is a clergyman of the Free 
Baptist denomination; has held pastorates in many towns 
in Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire and is now located 
at Laconia, N. H. He served some years as state agent 
for the Maine Free Baptist Association. 

He married three times: first at HoUis (Dayton), Novem- 
ber 28, 1868, Annie Abbie Lewis of Gorham, Maine, who 
died there March 29, 1877, daughter of Daniel E. and 
Margaret (Elkins) Lewis; secondly at Kennebunk, Maine, 
June 26, 1879, Nellie Agnes Brown, who died at Dover, 
Maine, January 5, 1885, daughter of John T. and Laura 
(Buckland) Brown; and thirdly. May 10, 1887, Flora Edith 
Files of Thomdike, Maine, daughter of Solomon S. and 
Adeline N. (Whitney) Files. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Gorham, Maine: 

i. Bbbtha Maud," b. June %, 187!^; d. at Gorham, June 10,1872. 

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ii. Amy Ethel, b. July 16» 1878; d. at Gorham, Aug. 26, 187S. 
ill. Chabub Haryxt Lbwib, b. Oct. 21 , 1875 ; m. Aug. 22, 1906, 

Charlotte F. Smith, daughter of Sherman W. Smith of 

Bangor, Me; he is an accountant and resides at Bangor; 

no issue, 
iv. Ebsis Lbona, b. Feb. 21, 1877; d. at Brownfield, Me., 

Feb. 28, 1886. 

Children by second wife: 

V. Adbian WsBLinr, b. at Kennebunk, June 10, 1880; d. at 

Lyman, Me., Sjept. 12, 1880. 
vi. Vebnon Dana, b. at Lyman, Feb. 21, 1882. 
192. vii. Lillian Florencs, b. at Dover, Me., Dec. 1, 1884. 

96. Lbonard Owen' Buzzell, M.D. {Hezekiah DJ 
Buzzelly Dorcas^ HamUton, Abd,^ Benjamin^* Abd,* Daxnd})^ 
son of Hezekiah D.* and Elizabeth (Meserve) Bnzzell, was 
bom at HoUis, Maine, November 8, 1849. He was gradu- 
ated from Tufts College in 1879 and from Dartmouth Medi- 
cal School in 1882; has practised his profession at Kittery 
Point, Maine, Lebanon, Maine, and Standish, Maine, where 
he now resides. He served on the school committee of 
Dayton in 1880 and 1881, and as superintendent of schools 
of Standish, in 1898. He is a Mason. 

He married, August 19, 1883, his cousin, Hannah Eliza, 
daughter of William R. and Eunice (Buzzell) Buzzell. See 
page 245. 

Children, all bom at Eattery, Maine: 

i. Bkrtha,^ b. July 7, 1884. 

ii. Matths Lillian, b. Sept. 28, 1887. 

iii. Helen Elizabeth, b. Jan. 7, 1892. 

97. Mabtha Lizzie' Buzzell (Hezekiah Z>.* BtisszeU^ 
Dorcas^ HamUUm, Ahel^ Benjamin^* Ahdy* David^)y daughter 
of Hezekiah D.* and Elizabeth (Meserve) Buzzell, was bom 
at Dayton, Maine, October 24, 1855. Prior to her marriage 
she was a school teacher; she has been superintendent of 
schools of Dayton since 1905. 

She married, March 6, 1886, Daniel H. Cleaves of Kenne- 

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bunkporty Maine, son of Daniel and Narcissa (Lunt) Cleaves. 
He is a farmer at Dayton where he served on the sdiool com- 
mittee in 1898 and as selectman in 1904. 
Children : 

i. Cbabjjbb Howabd.^ b. at Kennebunkport, Dec. 8, 1889. 
ii. DiUOBi^ b. at Dayton, Apr. 26, 1892; d. Ajv. 26, 1892. 

98. Wilbur Blake Libbt^ Buzzell {John C.^ BuzzeU, 
Dorca^ HamiUon, AheU^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David^), son of 
John C* and Ann E. (Murphy) Buzzell, was bom at Bidde- 
ford, Maine, November 8, 1850. 

He married at Rowley, Mass., November 18, 1871, Helen 
E. Sargent, who died at Kennebunkport, Maine, May 6, 
1904, daughter of Asa Sargent of Rowley. 

He died at Kennebunkport, August 25, 190S, and is 
buried there. 

Children: 

i. Mart Ellen,^ b. at Gloucester, Mass.; d. in infancy. 

ii. Gbobge Wilbub, b. at Gloucester; d. in infancy. 

iiL Amnsttb Tibbettb, b. at Biddeford, Me.> Aug. 97, 1875; 

m. May 18, 1894, Byron M. Bradbury, son of Benjamin 

M. and Elvira R.^ (Hill) Bradbury (HamiUan^ HtU, 

Beisei^ HamiUon, Jamea,^ Benjanwn,* AM,* Dand^); 

no issue. See page 192. 
iv. Lbonabd Andbewb, b. at Gloucester, July 81, 1878. 
V. Bertha Maudina, b. at Gloucester, Jan. 7, 1880; m. (1) 

Apr. 8, 1897, William D. McCalmon of Portland, Me.; 

m. (2) Dec. 21, 1904, William M. Dunn of Cape Breton 

Island; no issue, 
vi. Frank Libbt, b. at Gloucester, Nov. 14, 1884; d. there 

Nov. 16, 1884. 
198. vii. Fred Ptft Colbt, b. at Kennebunk, Apr. 80, 1886. 

viii. Ola Mat, b. at Kennebunkport, Apr. 2, 1894; d. aged one 

weeK. 

99. Mabt Ellen^ Buzzell {John C* BuzzeUj Dorcas^ 
Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), daughter of 
John C* and Ann E. (Murphy) Buzzell, was bom at Bidde- 
ford, Maine, in 1855. 

She married at Biddeford, May 22, 187S, Albert C. 

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Plaisted, of Biddeford» son of George C. and Nancy (Hayes) 
Plaisted. 

She died at Biddeford, July 11, 1892. 

Children, all bom at Kennebunkport: 

IM. i. LiTcr Idbula,* b. Mar. 6, 1874. 
105. ii. Eva Ibabsl, b. Apr. 27, 1877. 
ill. Edith Ltuc, b. Mar. Sh 1879. 

100* AiiViN H0RA.T10' BuzzELL {John C* Buzzell, Dorcas^ 
HamiUon^ Abdy^ Benjamin^* Abd,* David}) ^ son of John C* 
and Ann E. (Murphy) Buzzell, was bom at Biddeford, 
Maine, in 1860. He is a painter and box fitter and resides 
at Danvers, Mass. 

He married three times: first at Somersworth, N. H., 
May 23, 1891, Mrs. Eunice B. Hanson, of Biddeford, 
widow of George E. Hanson, and daughter of William H. 
and Lydia S. (Tyler) Libby of Saco; secondly at Somers- 
worth, Sept. 25, 1900, Margaret A. Estabrook, daughter of 
George W. and Mary J. (Allen) Estabrook; and thirdly at 
Peabody, Mass., March 11, 1907, Mary A. Newton, daughter 
of Shadrack and Sarah (Ashworth) Newton. They reside at 
Danvers. 

Children by third wife, bom at Danvers : 

i. John Coiat,* b. Apr. 18» 1908. 

ii. DAvrn WnsuB Newton, b. Feb. 2, 1910. 

101. Maria Dobcas' Buzzell {Aaron P.* Buzzdl^ 
Dorcas^ HamtUon, Abd,^ Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd^), daughter 
of Aaron P.* and Hannah M. (Berry) Buzzell, was bom at 
Dayton, Maine, October 20, 1862. 

She married, September 24, 1887, Herbert Edwin Smith 
of Sharon, Vt., son of Benjamin and Clarissa (Ashley) 
Smith. They reside at Nashua, N. H. 

Children, the first two bom at Sharon, the others at 
Nashua: 

i. Claha Anna,* b. Aug. 5, 1888; d. at Nashua, Sept. 16, 1895. 
ii. HsBBEBT Akthub, b. Feb. 20, 1890. 

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iii. AucB Mat» b. Aug. 81, 1894. 
iv. Maitd Bsbbt, b. Aug. 20, 1887. 



1©2. Mabt Jane^ (Jennie M.) Buzzeix {Aaron P.* 
BuzzeUy Dorcas^ HamUUm^ Ahd,* Benjamin^* Ahd^^ David^), 
daughter of Aaron P.* and Hannah M. (Berry) Buzzell, was 
bom at Dayton, Maine, October 31, 1864. 

She married first, July 14, 1880, George M. Atkinson of 
Saco, Maine, son of Charles and Clarissa (Severance) Atkin- 
son; and secondly, September 24, 1887, Charles Henry 
Berry, Jr., of Salem, Mass., son of Charles H. and Mary A. 
(Limdgren) Berry. They reside at Salem. 

Child by first husband, bom at Saco : 

]. EuzABETH Janb,^ b. Jan. 26, 1882, d. at Westbrook, Me., 
Feb. 15, 1884. 

Children by second husband, bom at Salem : 

ii. Chables Iha, b. Aug. 27, 1898; d. Aug. 27, 1898. 
iii. Annie Lavinia, b. Jan. 24, 1897. 
iv. Chabucb Henrt, b. Oct. SO, 1904. 

103. Alonzo Hamilton' Buzzeix {WiUiam it.* Btuszell, 
Dorcas^ HamtUon^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abd,^ David})^ son of 
William R.* and Eimice (Buzzell) Buzzell, was born at 
Hollis, Maine, August 27, 1847. He was formerly engaged 
with his brother, Otis A., in the stove and tinware business in 
Kennebunk and Kennebunkport; later he took up the pen- 
sion claim business with his father; served as selectman of 
Dayton in 1893, 1894 and 1900; was Democratic candidate 
for representative to the legislature in 1898. 

He married. May 25, 1871, Maggie Oliver of St. George, 
New Bnmswick, daughter of Stillman and Charity (Fitz- 
gerald) Oliver. 

He died at Dayton, March 21, 1901, and was buried there. 

Children : 

196. i. Joseph Wiluam,* b. at Dayton, Mar. 4, 1872. 

197. ii. HsBBKBT GiUfOBB, b. at Kennebunkport, Apr. IM, 1875. 

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108. iii. Nelub Eunicb, b. at Kennebunk, Mar. 15, 1878. 
iv. Habbt Owsn, b. at Dayton, Sept. 14, 1879. 

109. V. Magois Mat, b. at Dayton, Oct. 12, 1885. 

104. One Aurel' Buzzell {William R.^ Btaasell, Dorcat^ 
HamiUon, Ahd^^ Benjamin^* Abel^* David}) ^ son of William 
R.* and Eunice (Buzzell) Buzzell» was bom at Hollis, Maine, 
June 6, 1850. He is a dealer in hardware, paints and oils, 
at Old Orchard, Maine. 

He married first, February 25, 1872, Annie L. Armstrong 
of Biddeford, who died at Kennebunk, March 23, 1892, 
daughter of John and Annie (Munroe) Armstrong of Perry, 
Maine; and secondly. May 7, 1900, Mrs. Clara Frances Doe 
of Saco, widow of Loring Doe and daughter of James and 
Addie (Witham) Adams. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Kennebunkport : 

fOO. i. Cabbis Subis,^ b. Mar. 15, 1878. 

ii. MabsIi Ebtklla, b. May 19, 1875 ; m. Nov. 26, 1902, Ernest 

Eugene dishing of Saco, son of John E. and Bosilla 

(Strout) Gushing of Portland, Maine; no issue, 
iii. Efvib Ada, b. Apr. 18, 1876. 
iv. AuBSL Ons, b. Oct. 12, 1877; m. at Biddeford, July 8, 1910, 

Annie Teresa Kane of Saco, daughter of Thomas J. and 

Maiy A. (Conroy) Kane; no issue. 

105. Eunice Ellen' (Nellie E.) Buzzell {WiUiam R* 
BuzzeUs Dorcas^ HamiUon, AheU^ Benjamin,* Abel^^ David}) ^ 
daughter of William R.* and Eunice (Buzzell) Buzzell, was 
bom at Hollis, Maine, March 1, 185S. She was an active 
member of the Broadway Congregational Church; director 
in the Somerville Y. M. C. A. Auxiliary; member of the 
Winter Hill W. C. T. U., and other organizations connected 
with religious and charitable work. 

She married at Dayton, November IS, 187S, James 
Monroe York of Kennebunkport, Maine, president of the 
York and Whitney Company, dealers in fruit and produce, 
Boston. She died at Somerville, Mass., November 19, 
1910. 

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Children: 

201. i. Mabtha GsBTBtTDB^* b. at Charlestown, Mass., Apr. 8, 

1875. 
ii. EuNics LnaLiAN, b. at Dayton, Oct. 14, 1876. 
iii. Jamsb WnjiiAM, b. at SomerviUe, Mass., Jan. 19, 1879; 

m. Oct. 28, 1905, Marguerite Foote; no issue, 
iv. Gbobob Monroe, b. at SomerviUe, Oct. 21, 1887. 
V. WAi/rsB Raymond, b. at SomerviUe, Jan. 18, 1894. 

106. Eliza Bell' Buzzell (Josiqh H. B.^ BmzeU^ 
Dorcas^ HamiUon^ Abely^ Benjamin^* Abd^* Daoid})^ daughter 
of Josiah H. B.* and Frances M. (Hamilton) Buzzell, was 
bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 23, 1861. 

She married three times: first in 1883, Abram A. Tyler of 
Lyman, Maine; secondly, January, 1892, Fayette G. Patter- 
son of Kennebunk, Maine, who died September 1, 1896; 
and thirdly in 1897, Edward G. McMann of Providence, 
R. I. 

Child by first husband, bom at Dayton^ Maine : 

i. Winnie Bell,^ b. Mar. 18, 1884 ; m. (l) at Dayton, Nov. 22, 
1908, Gayton H. KimbaU; no issue; m. (2) at Everett, 
Mass., Nov. 20, 1911, Robert Ferguson of West Virginia. 

107. Josephine Gilpatbic' Buzzell {Josiah, H. B.^ 
Btuszelly Dorcas^ HamiUony Abet^* Benjamin^* Abel,* David^), 
daughter of Josiah H. B.* and Frances M. (Hamilton) 
Buzzell, was bom at Dayton, Maine, April 26, 1864. 

She married at Dayton, in 1891, Frank L. Buzzell of 

Dayton, son of Lorenzo D. and Lucinda C. (Hill) Buzzell. 

Children, bom at Dayton : 

i. Frances Lula,* b. July 7, 1892. 
ii. Ibka Josephine, b. Feb. 9, 1902. 

108. BiON Hamilton^ Buzzell {Josiah H. B.^ BuzzeU, 
Dorcas^ HamHUm^ AbeU^ Benjamin,^ Abd^^ Damd})^ son of 
Josiah H. B.* and Frances M. (Hamilton) Buzzell, was bom 
at Dayton, Maine, February 8, 1867. 

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r He married at Sanford (Springvale), Maine, February, 

1894, Emma Frances Whittemore. 

Children, bom at Springvale: 

i. RuBT Whtttemobe,* b. Aug. 25, 1901; d. aged 15 months, 
it. Ykna WBirTSiiOBS, b. Mar. 12, 1904. 

109. Dora CiiABa' Buzzell {Josiah H. B.^ Bmzett, 
Dorcas^ HamiUon^ Ahd^ Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd}), daughter 
of Josiah H. B.* and Frances M. (Hamilton) Buzzell, was 
bom at Dayton, Maine, December 16, 1872. 

She married, December 6, 1892, John D. Nason of Water- 
borough, son of William C. and Julia A. (Fowles) Nason. 
Children: 

i. Mtrtdb Bitszkll,' b. at Dayton, Sept. 8, 1894. 
ii. Habold Rat, b. at Portland, lie., Aug. 7, 1896. 

110. Josiah Hincklet Barnard' Buzzell (Josiah H. 
B.^ Buzzell^ Dorcas^ HamiUon^ Abd,^ Benjamin^* Abd,* 
David}) y son of Josiah H. B.* and Frances M. (Hamilton) 
Buzzell, was bom at Dayton, Maine, January 29, 1876. 

He married, July 4, 1899, Leila M. Nason of Water- 
borough, daughter of William C. and Julia A. (Fowles) Nason. 
Child, bom at Gardiner, Maine: 

i. Elwtn Babnabd,^ b. Aug. 12, 1901. 

Ill* George £.' Peterson {Sarah A} Btas2sdly Darca^ 
HamtUony Abd^^ Benjamiriy* Abel^^ David^)^ son of Andrew 
J. and Sarah A.* (Buzzell) Peterson, was bom at Dayton, 
Maine, Ck:tober 10, 1863. 

He married, December 25, 1885, Catherine Fraser, daugh- 
ter of John Fraser of Moose River, Nova Scotia. They 
reside at Waltham, Mass. 

Children: 

i. John W.,> b. at Biddeford, Maine, July 28, 1887. 
ii. LizziB M., b. at Biddeford, May 12, 1889. 
iii. Gborob H., b. at Waltham, Dec. 7, 1901. 

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112. ZoPHER R.^ FoLSOM {Looinia^ HamiUon, Benjamin,^ 
Abely^ Benjamifif* AbeU* David})^ son of Kerm and Lavinia* 
(Hamilton) Folsom, was bom at Waterborough, September 
24, 1838. 

He married first, September, 1862, Eliza E. Dearborn of 
Biddeford, Maine, who died there July 16, 1880; and 
secondly, September, 1882, Alice G. Locke of Athens, Maine, 

Children by second wife: 

202. i. ZoBA RxTNOLDB,' b. Mar. 80, 1884. 
ii. Layimia a., b. Jan. 1, 1896. 

113. Sarah Amanda' Hamilton {Ivory,^ Benjamin,^ 
Abdf^ Benjamin^* Abd,* Damd?)^ daughter of Ivory* and 
Ruth (Haley) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
November 18, 1845. 

She married, February 11, 1866, Oliver Emmons of 
Kennebunkport, Maine, who died there April 17, 1899. 
Child, bom at Kennebunkport: 

208. i. ExTGENiB M.,* b. Mar. 8, 1868. 

114. AiiONZO Edgar' Hamilton (Ivory^^ Benjamin^^ 
AheU^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David}), son of Ivory* and Ruth 
(Haley) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
March 8, 1851. 

He married, March SI, 1877, Dora Emmons of Biddeford, 
Maine. 
Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. LuLTT,' b. Sept. 28, 1881; m. Sept. 21, 1908, Elmer Milgate 
of Biddeford; no issue. 
. ii. Fbxd Sabosmt, b. Dec. 25, 1885; m. July 12, 1008, Leone 
Marjorie Mone of Athol, Mass.; no issue, 
iii. Mbtjhsa Jams, b. Apr. 22, 1887. 

116. JuuA A.^ Hamilton {Ivory,^ Benjamin,^ Abel,^ 
Benjamin,^ Abd,* Daund}), daughter of Ivory* and Ruth 
(Haley) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
August 17, 185S. 

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She married January 27» 1877, Aaron Qrin Nason of 
Biddeford, Maine. 

Child, bom at Biddef ord : 

i. WiNiFBED £.,^ b. Apr. 24, 1884. 

116. Sarah Josephine^ Cook {Sarak B.^ Hamilton^ 
Benjamin,^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abel^* David}) y daughter of 
Sylvester and Sarah B.* (Hamilton) Cook, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, November, 1839. 

She married at Biddeford, January 14, 1863, Joseph 
Gilpatric of Biddeford. 

She died at Hyde Park, Mass., December 8, 1874, and is 
buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Biddeford. 

Children : 

i. WiNiFBBD,* d. in childhood, 

ii. Child (unnamed) » d. in infancy. 

204. iii. Fred Cook, b. at Biddeford, Aug. 22, 1865. 

iv. Frank £., b. at ^yde Park, Mass., Oct. 8, 1874. 



117. Charles Sumneb^ Hamilton (Samuel C.,* Benja- 
min^^ Abely^ Benjaminy* Abel^* David^)^ son of Samuel C* 
and Miriam (Stimson) Hamilton, was bom at Biddeford, 
Maine, September 21, 1855. 

He was educated in the public schools of Biddeford, 
Lewiston and Saco, and at Limerick Academy. He entered 
the law office of his imcle, Hon. Benjamin F. Hamilton oi 
Biddeford, as a law student, and was admitted to the bar 
of York County in 1880. In 1882 he was appointed judge 
of the municipal court of the city of Biddeford, a position 
which he held for two terms. In 1894 he was elected 
mayor of the city and re-elected in 1895. 

His death occurred at Biddeford, September 30, 1900. 

He married, November 24, 1880, Frances K. Dresser, 
daughter of GUman Dresser, a native of Brunswick, Maine. 
Mrs. Hamilton is a lady of literary talent and cultivation, 
and from early womanhood has been a contributor to various 

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papers and magazines. She founded the Old Orchard 
Rambler^ which she edited successfully for six years. 
They had no children. 



118. Daniel Stimson^ Hamilton {Samuel C,* Benja- 
min^^ Abdf* Benjamiuj^ AheU* Daivid^)^ son of Samuel C* 
and Miriam (Stimson) Hamilton, was bom at Biddeford, 
Maine, March S, 1858. He is engaged in no business, ex- 
cept as Probation Officer for the County of York, and he 
devotes his entire time to delinquent children, unfortunate 
men and women, and aU kinds of humanitarian work. 

He married, July 25, 1880, Ella S. Leavitt of Saco, Maine, 
daughter of Capt. Richard Leavitt. They reside at Saco. 

Children, bom at Saco : 

205. i. MiBiAM L.,^ b. Apr. 19, 1881. 
906. ii. Ada E., b. Aug. 81, 1885. 



119. Rev. James H.^ CiiEaves {Mary A.^ HamiUon, 
Benjamin,^ Abely* Benjamin^* AbeU* David^)^ son of Seth and 
Mary A.* (Hamilton) Cleaves, was bom at Saco, Maine, 
May 18, 1857. He practised law for a time at Lincoln, 
Neb.; later he went to Kansas City where he was ordained 
as a Methodist minister, being admitted to the Southwest 
Missouri Annual Conference September 27, 1895. He is 
pastor of the M. E. Church, South, Morrisville, Mo., and 
resides at Morrisville. 

He married first, November 11, 1877, Ida E. Gordon of 
Biddeford, Maine; and secondly, December SI, 188S, 
Catherine I. Brant of Kansas City, Kan. 

Children by second wife: 

207. i. Charlbb HAim/roN,^ b. at Kansas City. Sept. 84, 1885. 
ii. Robert James, b. at Kansas City, Mar. 17, 1887. 
iii. Isabel Claba, b. at Kansas City, Sept. 7, 1888. 
iv. James Duncan, b. at Kansas City, Sept. 18, 1895, d. at 

Kickapoo, Kan., Feb. 17, 1897. 
V. David Bbant, b. at Julian, Neb., Sept. 19, 1897. 

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vi. HowABD Huston, b. at Council Grove, Kan., Jan. 14, 1900. 
vii. Clabence, b. at Council Grove, Aug. 21, 1904; d. Aug. 22, 

1904. 
viii. EuoENB Hendbix, b. at MorrisviDe, Mo., June 24, 1905. 
ix. Coral Maude, b. at Morrisville, Jan. 28, 1910. 



120. John Francis^ Hamilton {Charles L.,* Capt. 
Richards^ Abel^* Benjamin^* Abel,* David}), son of Charles L.,* 
and Mary A. (Keyes) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, September 2, 1852. He was engaged in the leather 
business at Lynn, Mass., and Danvers, Mass. 

He married first at Lynn, April 12, 1872, Mary J. Gormily, 
who died March 7, 188S; and secondly, August 28, 1888, 
Mary A. Madden, who died July 5, 1894. 

He died August 20, 1894. 

Children by first wife, bom at Lynn : 

i. John FRANCia,^ b. Sept 7, 1878; d. Dec. 24, 1874. 
208. ii. Mabt Auce, b. May 7, 1875. 

iii. Chablbb Lawbskgb, b. June 80, 1877. 

iv. Francib Henht, b. Mar. 9, 1879; m. Dec 20» 1901, Gertrude 
Sophia Andrews, daughter of Charles C. and Sophia 
E.^ (Hobbs) Andrews (letrt* HM9, AbigmP HamHian, 
Benjamin^ Benjamin^* Ahd^ Danid}). For children see 
page 117. 

V* Sjaah Fbamgbb, b. Jan. 1, 1881; d. Sept. 7, 1882. 



121. Chables Herbert^ Hamilton (Charles £.,* Capt. 
Richardy^ Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DamdS), son of Charles 
L.* and Mary A. (Keyes) Hamilton, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, December 17, 1857. He resides at Saco, 
Maine, and is a farmer. 

He married at Waterborough, March 28, 1890, Alice N. 
Lord of Limerick, Maine, who died at Waterborough, 
January 28, 1896. He resides at Saco, Maine. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

i. EiiUB Mat,^ b. July 8, 1892. 
ii. Gladys Eva, b. May 8, 1894. 

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122. Rev. George Granville^ Hamilton (George •/.,• 
Abely^ Abel^^ Benjamiriy* AbeU^ David}), son of George J/ 
and Susan E. (Hasty) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, January 21, 1853. He fitted for college at West- 
brook Seminary, Deering, Maine, from which he was grad- 
uated in 1874. He was graduated from St. Lawrence 
University, Canton, New York, in 1877; ordained as a 
TJniversalist minister at Yarmouth, Maine, in June, 1877, 
where he remained five years as pastor of the TJniversalist 
church in that place. Since then he has held a pastorate of 
eight years in Oakland, Maine, two years at Mechanic 
FaUs, Maine, and two years at the Shawmut Avenue TJni- 
versalist church in Boston. Since 1894 he has been pastor 
of the TJniversalist church in the City of Everett, Mass. 

Mr. Hamilton is an able and eloquent preacher of the 
gospel, and is greatly beloved by his people, and is highly 
respected in the city where he lives. 

In 1908 the St. Lawrence TJniversity bestowed upon him 
the degree of D.D. 

He married, September 22, 1876, Laura E. Daniels of 
East TJnion, Maine. 

Children, the first bom at East Union, the others at 
Yarmouth, Maine: 

i. Lauba Ella.,* b. Aug. 5, 1877; m. at Everett, Mass., June 

20, 1910, Edgar L. French of Everett, 
ii. Clabkncb, b. Oct. 28, 1878; d. at Yarmouth, Sept. 17, 1879. 
210. iii. Gbobob Lewis, b. July 22, 1881. 



123. Eunice Jane^ Hamilton (George J.,* Abel,^ Abd,^ 
Benjamiriy* Abel,* David}), daughter of George J.* and Susan 
£. (Hasty) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
May 16, 1854. 

She married at Union, Maine, October 16, 1878, Miller J. 
Davis of Union. 

She died at Concord, N. H., January 6, 1891, and was 
buried at Union. 

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Children bom at Union : 

i. MiNA Mat,» b. Feb. S, 1880; m. at Union, Feb. 28, 1904 
Alfred Judson Bines of Warren, Maine; no issue. 

211. ii. Gbobgb HAMii/roN, b. July 16, 1882. 

1)84. Maby Abby'^ Hamilton {George J.,* Abel,^ Abel,* 
Benjamin,' Ahd,^ David}), daughter of George J.* and Susan 
£. (Hasty) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
December 29, 1856. 

She married, November 28, 1876, Elden Guptill, bom at 
Belfast, Maine, March 4, 1848. They reside at Saco, 
Maine. 

Children, the first and last bom at Saco, the others at 

Biddef ord : 

i. Frank £i«dbn,* b. Oct. 29, 1877. 

ii. EvKRETT WmTTDBB, b. Feb. 7, 1882. 

iii. Ethel Mat, b. Aug. 7, 1884. 

iv. Lbbub EufBB, b. Oct. 16, 1886. 

V. SiTBAN Mat, b. June 19, 1892. 

125. HowABD Bubton' Hamilton {Horace,^ Ahd,^ Abel,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Darid^), son of Horace* and Almira 
(Ferguson) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
January 16, 1859. 

He married in 1878, his cousin Emma E.' Hamilton, 
bom at Saco, Maine, in 1855, daughter of Albion P.^ and 
Hannah (Deshon) Hamilton of Hoxie, Kansas. They re- 
side at Agra, Kansas. See page 252. 

Children, all bom at Agra: 

i. Walteb Jere,^ b. May 4, 1880; m. Sept. 7, 1909, Alma 
L. Shinn of Hoxie; no issue. 

212. ii. Herbert Albion, b. July 10, 188S. 
iii. Charles Horace, b. Aug. IS, 1884. 
iv. THoiiAB Fergttbon, b. Jan. 19, 1886. 

V. Almira, b. May 24, 1887; m. Dec. 25, 1906, Monte N. 

Beery of Hoxie. Child : AlberU Laura,* b. July 28, 1909; 

d. Aug. SO, 1909. 
vi. BxTRTON Roberts, b. June 1, 1889. 
vii. Stella Nbta, b. Oct. 25, 1891. 

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126. Melbra Herbert^ Hamilton {Horajcey^ Ahd^* 
Ahdy^' Benjamiriy^ Ahel^^ David}) y son of Horace' and Almira 
(Ferguson) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
November 14, 186S. 

He married, September 22, 1896, Maud Donaven of Agra, 
Kansas. 

Children, all bom at Agra : 

i. WnoFBED,^ b. June 20, 1898. 

ii. Gladys, b. Dec. 9, 1901. 

iii. Gracb, b. Nov. 10, 1908. 

iv. Hazbl, b. Nov. 16, 1906. 



127. Fannie Isabell^ Hamilton {Horace,^ Ahd^^ Abd,* 
Benjamin j^ AheU^ David^), daughter of Horace* and Martha 
F. (Roberts) Hamilton, was bom at Agra, Kansas, March 8, 
1874. 

She married March 8, 1897, James F. Cushman of Kirwin, 
Kansas, where they now reside. 

Children, bom at Kirwin : 

i. Mtbon Horace,^ b. Nov. 21, 1897. 
ii. Martha Cabolene, b. July 19, 1899. 



128. Forrest Sherwood^ Hamilton {Otis A.,* AbeU'^ 
Ahdy^ Benjaminy^ Ahely^ Damd^)^ son of Otis R.' and Caroline 
(Libby) Hamilton, was bom at South Weymouth, Mass., 
September 16, 1858. He was a salesman for the United 
Shoe Machinery Company. 

He married Ida Frances Barker, bom at Lynn, Mass., died 
there January 2, 1889, daughter of Asa and Ellen (Alley) 
Barker. 

He died at Lynn, January 10, 1907. 

Children, bom at Lynn : 

i. Ethel Shkrwood,^ b. June 17, 1882; m. Jan. 8, 1908, 
Charles B. HAnnnfn of Provincetown, Mass.; no issue. 

ii. Cabrib Wabd, b. March 28, 1885; m. June 16, 1909, Earl 
Abrams of Lynn; no issue* 

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129. Walter Ibyino^ Hamilton (Otis A./ Abdj* Abdj* 
Benjamifiy* Abd^^ Damd}), son of Otis R.* and Lydia R. 
(Witham) Hamilton, was bom at Lynn, Mass., October 21, 
1877. 

He married at Rockland, Mass., April 4, 1902, Alice 
Estelle Burrill, daughter of Stephen F. and Corrisan Seal 
(Wheeler) Burrill of Rockland. They reside at New Bed- 
ford, Mass., where he is principal of the Thomas Donaghy 
School. 

Children : 

i. Babbaba VoaB»^ b. at Rockland, Jan. 8, 1904. 
iL MmucENT, b. at New Bedford, May 25, 1007. 



130. Edward A.' Hamilton (Henry C.,« Ahd^'^ Abd,^ 
Benjaminy* Ahd^ David}) ^ son of Henry C.^ and Martha 
(Witham) Hamilton, was bom at Lyman, Maine, February 
6, 1878. 

He married at Sanford, Maine, November 26, 1906, 
Sophie Champgone, and they reside at Sanford. 

Children, all bom at Sanford : 

i. Maud,^ b. Oct. 97, 1007. 

ii. Flobencs» b. Oct. SO, 1000. 

iii. Edwabd Henbt, b. Aug. 26, 1011. 



€igfy^ feneration 

131. LoRiNO Jebome* AxiiEN (ChaarUs FJ AUen, Mary^ 
HamiUon, EphraimJ^ Abely^ Benjamin f* Abd^* Dcmd})^ son of 
Charles F.^ and Esther A. (Loring) Allen, was bom at 
Perry, Maine, May 14, 1860. 

He married at Clinton, Mass., January 10, 1898, Clara 
McEwen of Clinton. They reside at Watervliet, New York. 

Children, bom at Clinton: 

i. Isabella,* b. Nov. 21, 1808. 
ii. Embca Ebthkb, b. Oct. IS, 1000. 

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132« Mabt Josephine^ Spragttb (Mary AJAUeUy Marf^ 
HamiUony Ephraimy^ Ahd^^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David}) ^ daugh- 
ter of Joseph B. and Mary A.^ (Allen) Sprague, was bom at 
Portland, Maine, December 6» 1861. 

She married at Melrose, Mass., December 24, 1888, Frank 
Herbert Goodwin of Melrose, a travelling salesman. They 
reside at Melrose. 

Children: 

i. Mabjoris Spbaoue»* b. at Melrose, Nov. 8, 1891. 

ii. Hbbbebt MajwhalTj, b. at Haverford, Pa., Aug. 24, 1894. 

133. Alvah Gilman* Eldridoe (EUen EJ Newman^ 
Merq^ Hamiltony Ephrainiy^ Abely* Benjamin^* Ahdy^ David}) ^ 
son of Levi G. and Ellen E.^ (Newman) Eldridge, was bom at 
Westbrook, Maine, February 6, 1853. He is engaged in the 
business of painting and paper-hanging. 

He married, July IS, 1875, Delia A. Warren of Denmark, 
Maine. 

Children, bom at Deering, Maine: 

218. i. Chables Wabben,* b. Oct. 16, 1876. 

ii. Ralph Herbbbt, b. July 8, 1878; m. Sept. 23» 1908, Luia 
Richardson of South Portland, Me.; no issue. 

214. iii. Nellix Mat, b. June 8, 1880. 

184. Helen Mabel^ Ei>dbidoe {EUen EJ Neumartj 
Mercj^ HamHUmy Ephraimy^ Ahdy^ Benjamiuy^ AheLy^ Damd})^ 
daughter of Levi G. and Ellen E.^ (Newman) Eldridge, was 
bom at Westbrook, Maine, August 31, 1858. 

She married. May 1, 1880, Elias F. Banks of Deering 
(now Portland), Maine, who died at Portland, November 2, 
1909. She resides at Portland. 

Child, bom at Deering: 

215. i. Fbamk Eugenx,* b. Mar. 29, 1881. 

185. Emilt Florence* Eldridge {EUen EJ Newmany 
Merey^ HamiUony Ephraimy^ Abely* Benjaminy* Ahely* Damd})y 

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daughter of Levi G. and Ellen E.^ (Newman) Eldridge, was 
bom at Westbrook, Maine, December 31, 1860. 

She married at Deering, Maine, in 1879, George H. 
Hudson of Portland, and they reside there. 

Children, the second bom at Scarboro, Maine, the others 
at Deering: 

i. Habbt Wilij8»* b. Jan. 9, 1880. 

ii. AucB Mat, b. May 12, 1881 ; m. at Portland, June 12, 1907, 
Oscar L. HagbeinS of Portland; no issue. 
216. iii. Hattib Lbonabd, b. Feb. 11, 1883. 
iv. Cabbie Xbabollb, b. Feb. 24, 1886. 



136* Clara Augusta* Eldridge (Ellen EJ Newman, 
Mercj^ HamiUon^ Ephraim^* Abel,^ Benjamin^^ Abel,* Damd}), 
daughter of Levi G. and Ellen E.^ (Newman) Eldridge, was 
bom at Westbrook, Maine, November 14, 1868. 

She married at Deering, Maine, September 28, 1892, 
Clesson J. Clark of Portland, and they reside there. 

Children, all bom at Portland : 

i. Flobencx Mabsl,* b. Jan. 5, 1894. 
ii. Bertha Elobhiok, b. May 15, 1895. 
iii. Helen Euzabbth, b. Dec. 8, 1904. 

137. Fbank Douglas* Hall {Adeline BJ Newman, 
Merey^ HamiUon, Ephraim,^ Abel,*^ Benjamin j^ Abel,* Daivid}), 
son of Charles B. and Adeline B.^ (Newman) Hall, was bom 
at Portland (Deering), Maine, September 15, 1855. 

He married, June 10, 1876, Emily Elizabeth Tuck» of 
Duane, N. Y. 

Children, all bom at Auburn, Maine: 

L Gbace Embca,* b. Aug. 26, 1879. 
iL Chabubb RuifFOBD, b. Dec. 24, 1888. 
iii. Flobencb Mabel, b. Aug. 81, 1888. 

138* Ethel Ruth^ Lovejot {Frederick MJ' Laoejoy, 
Lydia^ Hamilton, Ephraim,^ Abd,* Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), 

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daughter of Frederick M.^ and Almira (Gallop) Lovejoy, 
was bom at Lynn, Mass., March 1» 1878. 

She married at Lynn, Charles Ira Gray, bom at Hartford, 
Conn. They reside at Lynn. 

Children, all bom at Ljmn: 

i. Insz Eya,* b. June 8, 1900. 

ii. Clabkncb Ira, b. Feb. 10, 1904. 

iii. VioucT Ruth, b. May 81, 1907. 

iv. AufON Fhedkbic, b. Aug. 11, 1910. 



139. Cabl Hamilton* FxjIiLEB (Caroline SJ Langleyy 
Jane C* HamiUon, EphraimJ^ Ahel^^ Benjaminy* Ahd^^ 
David}) y son of Rev. Creorge E. and Caroline S.^ (Langley) 
Fuller, was bom at Lynn, Mass., April 26, 1876. He is a 
civil engineer, being chief engineer for the Cook Construction 
Co., of Des Moines, Iowa; and is associate member of the 
American Society of Civil Engineers. 

He married at Chicago, 111., February 9, 1903, Marion 
Alicia Keene, who died December 6, 1907, daughter of 
Thomas Keene, the EngUsh actor. She was a woman of 
rare attainments as a musician. They had no children. 



140. Anna Elizabeth* Hamilton {TrafUmy'' John P. 
C* Ephraimy* Abely* Benjaminy^ Abely* David}) y daughter of 
Trafton^ and Emeline (Babcock) Hamilton, was bom at 
Greenfield, Mass., April 7, 1871. 

She married at Orange, Mass., September 11, 1895, 
Edwin Preston Henderson of Orange, who is a veterinarian, 
employed by the U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry. Their 
present place of residence is Calais, Maine. 

Child, bom at Quincy, Mass. : 
i. DoBOTHT,* b. Aug. 5, 1897. 



141. Habrt ELiiER* Hamilton {George F.,' Francis,* 
Ephraim,^ Abely* BenjanUny* Ahdy* Damd^), son of George 

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iSHiel llamtltoti 

V.' and Marrietta (Bumham) Hamilton, was bom at 
Springvale, Maine, March SO, 1869. 

He married at Beverly, Mass., October 19, 1892, Lottie 
Huntington. They reside at Haverhill, Mass. 

Children, the first bom at Beverly, the second at Salem, 
Mass., and the others at Haverhill: 

i. WnAiTB Rat,* b. Dec. 16, 1894; d. Nov. 90, 1899. 

ii. BsATBiCB, b. Apr. 8, 1896. 

iiL DoBiB, b. Aug. 9^^ 1890. 

iv. Habbt Euoes, b. Jan. 5, 1001. 

V. RxrasBLL BuBNHAM, b. Sept. 0, 1002. 

vi. WAurmt Baubb, b. Aug. 2, 1905. 

viL PBmnnjiA, b. liar. 15, 1008. 

viii. BABaASA LomsB, b. Sept. 7, 1010. 

142« Parkeb Stephen' Davis {ElizabeA JJ HamUtan^ 
FrandSf^ EphraimJ^ Ahd^^ Benjamin,^ Ahd^^ Davids) ^ son of 
Parker W. and Elizabeth J.^ (Hamilton) Davis, was bom at 
East Boston, Mass., January 4, 186S. He has held many 
public offices in Beverly, Mass., among them being: memb^ 
of the common council for the year 1897, member of the 
board of aldermen in 1808 and 1809, alderman at large in 
1000, mayor in 1003 and 1004, representative to the general 
court from the 20th Essex district in 1010, and was ap- 
pointed a member of the board of trust fund commissi<Hiers 
in 1011 to serve three years. He is a large land owner and 
dealer of real estate and resides at Beverly. 

He married at Beverly, January 8, 1881, Julia Etta 
Andrews of Manchester, Mass. 

Children, all bom at Beverly: 

i. JuuA Elsib*' b. June 26, 1862; m. at Beverly, Not. 15, 
1905, Herbert G>loord Upton of Beverly; no issue. 
817. ii. BoLAND Pabkxb, b. Aug. 2, 1884. 

iii. Liziis BxBTHA, b. Dec. 8, 1886; d. July 5, 18M. 
iv. Jabpeb Alden Wobcbbteb, b. Dec. 8, 18M. 
v. CiiOTOBD SincNER, b. July 6, 1899. 

148* Charub Sumner* Trafton {Elizabeth J J HamiUanf 
Francis,^ Ephrainiy^ Abel^* Benjamin,* Ahdy^ Dand^), aon d 

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Sumner C. and Elizabeth J.^ (Hamilton) (Davis) Trafton, 
was bom at Beverly, Mass.» August 4, 1877. He is em- 
ployed in the foreign department of the o£Bce of the Northern 
Pacific Railroad at Boston, and his place of residence is 
Beverly. 

He married at Salem, Mass., June 17, 1901, Georgia Beals 
of Salem. 

Child, bom at Beverly: 

i. Mildred Robb,* b. Aug. 17, 1902. 

144. Addie Florence^ Tbafton (Elizabeth J.^ Hamil- 
ton, Francis,^ Ephraim,^ Abel^* Benjaminy^ Ahd^ Dcand})^ 
daughter of Sumner C. and EUzabeth J.^ (Hamilton) 
(Davis) Trafton, was bom at Beverly, Mass., March 6, 1880. 

She married at Beverly, July 3, 1902, Charles H. Ely of 
New York. They reside at Sharon, Mass. 

Children: 

i. Chbevbb Hamh/ton,* b. at Beverly, May 20» 1904. 
ii. Trafton Lockb, b. at Sharon, Mass., Dec. 17, 1908. 

146. Elmer Francis* Hamilton (Lyman T.,' Francis,* 
EphraimJ^ Abel,* Benjamin,* Ahd,* David}), son of Lyman 
T.^ and Susan E. B. (Griffin) Hamilton, was bom at Bev- 
erly, Mass., February 10, 1892. 

He married at Nashua, N. H., August 19, 1910, Grace 
Sholds. 

Child, bom at Beverly: 

i. John Loins,* b. July 17, 1011. 

148. Caddie Lillian* Carter (Marda 7.^ Tower, Julia 
A.* Hamilton, Ephraim,* Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DaoidS), 
daughter of William E. and Marcia I.^ (Tower) Carter, was 
bom at Randolph, Vt., Jan. 15, 1871. 

She married at Maiden, Mass., October 29, 1890, Gilbert 
O^ood Eaton, bom at Hingham, Mass., September 4, 1868. 

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Children: 

U MzLDBMD,^ b. at Amiesbuiy, Man., Mar. 7, 1898. 
ii. Bauph Cabtxb, b. at Quincy, Man., Dec. 17, 1885. 



147. Mtba Aijce^ Cabtsr {Marda IJ Tower^ Julia A} 
HamiUon^ Ephraim,* Abdf* Benjamin^* Ahd^* Damd})f 
daughter of William £. and Marcia I.^ (Tower) Carter, was 
bom at Randolph, Vt., August 10, 187Je. 

She married at Boston, Mass., June 28, 1899, Edmund 
Duval Poole, bom at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, January 19, 
1878. 

Children: 

i. AoNSB,* b. at Arlington, Man., Jan. 22, 1902. 

ii. WmuAM Cabtkb, b. at Somerville, Man., Dec £, 1006. 



148. Mabcia E.s Tebbt {Myra AJ Tower, Jtdia A* 
HamiUan, Ephraimy^ Abel,* Benjamin,^ Ahd,* David?), 
daughter of Mareellus C. and Myra A.' (Tower) Terry, was 
bom at Proctorsville, Vt., December 15, 1881. 

She married at Nashua, N. H., June, 1899, Walter L. 
Reed of Nashua. 

Children: 

i. Edith M.,* b. Feb., 1901. 

iL Francib, b. Oct., 1902; d. Feb. 14, 1904. 

iii. L»ux Fbamk, b. Apr. 12, 1908. 



149. Minnie Veba^ Tebbt {Myra A J' Tower, Jidia A.^ 
HamiUon, Ephraim,^ Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DaMnd% 
daughter of Mareellus C. and Myra A.^ (Tower) Terry, was 
bom at Revere, Mass., October 12, 188S. 

She married at Boston, Mass., October, 190S, Karl J. 
MacKinnon, 

Child: 

L DoBOTHT Ymu,* b. Mar. 2, 1906. 

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150. Samuel Thoicab^ Goodwin (Samuel CJ Goodwin^ 
Olivet Carlly Charity^ HamiUont Abd^* Benjamin^* Ahd^^ 
Dcmd})^ son of Samuel C.^ and Sarah J. (Randolph) Good- 
win, was bom at Altoona, Pa.» May S, 186S. 

He married at Cumberland, Maryland, in 1886, Laura 
Shipley. They reside at Connellsville, Pa. 
Children : 

i. Mat,* b. Oct. 4, 1886. 

ii. Emma, b. Oct. 20, 1888; d. Dec. 20, 1901. 

iii. Claba, b. Mar. 28, 1891. 

151. Geobge Dukeman^ Goodwin (Samuel C' Goodwin^ 
Olivet CarUy Charity^ HamiUony Ahdy^ Benjamin^* Abel,* 
Damd}), son of Samuel C.^ and Sarah J. (Randolph) Good- 
win, was bom at Altoona, Pa., November 10, 1871. He is 
a locomotive engineer on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 
and resides at Hyndman, Pa. 

He married at Connellsville, Pa., March 28, 1893, Eva 
May Humbert of Connellsville. 

Children, the second bom at Pittsburg, Pa., the others at 
Connellsville : 

i. Donald RandoiiPH,* b. Mar. 22, 1895. 

ii. Geobok Robert, b. May 6, 1898. 

iii. Ruth Francis, b. Feb. 18, 1902. 

iv. Ebthsb Mabian, b. Oct. 21, 1907; d. Nov. 26, 1907. 

152. IvoBT Flandebs^ Goodwin (Ivory FJ Goodwin^ 
Olivet Carll, Charity^ HamiUon^ Ahd^^ Benjamin^* Abel,* 
Damd^)^ son of Ivory F.^ and Alice L. (Heath) Groodwin, 
was bom at Hiram, Maine, March 28, 1874. 

He married at Rumford, Maine, January 6, 1908, Mary 
Bell White of Rumford, and resides there. 
Child, bom at Rumford : 

i. CiiABBNCB Lebot,* b. Jan. 11, 1909. 

ISB. Ctbus HAMii/roN> Goodwin (Ivory FJ* Goodwin^ 
Olivet Carll, Charity^ HamiUon^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abel,* 

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David}) son of Ivory F.' and Alice L. (Heath) Goodwin, was 
bom at Hiram, Maine, June 28, 1878. 

He married at Hiram, April 10, 190S, Ruth Ekhia Sargent 
of that town, and they reside there. 

Children, all bom at Hiram : 

i. BsATRiCB Helen,* b. June 7, 1904. 

ii. Mabel Louise, b. Dec. 28, 1906. 

iii. Blakcre Viola, b. July 15, 1908. 

iv. IvoRT Flandebs, b. Nov. 15, 1911. 



164. Frank Bitbton* Goodwin {Ivory FJ Goodwin, 
Olivet Carll, Charity^ HamiUon^ AbeU* Benjamin,* Abd,* 
David^), son of Ivory F.^ and Alice L. (Heath) Goodwin, was 
bom at Hiram, Maine, July 12, 1883. He is engaged in 
paper making and resides at Rumford, Maine. 

He married at Rumford, Febraary 24, 1908, Mary The- 
riault of that town. 

Children, bom at Rumford : 

i. Burton Edward,^ b. Oct. 24, 1909. 
ii. Kenneth Frederick, b. Apr. IS, 1911. 

155* Charles® Cotton {Jidia E.'' Goodwin, Olivet CarU, 
Charity^ HamiUon, Ahel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,^ David^), son of 
Lemuel and Julia £.^ (Goodwin) Cotton, was bom at 
Hiram, Maine, October 21, 1869. He is a merchant at 
Hiram and resides there, where he is also town clerk. 

He married at South Portland, Maine, November 22, 1899, 
Lizzie P. Lombard of Baldwin, Maine. 

Child, bom at EQram : 

i. Raymond Charles,* b. Sept. 8, 1904. 

1S6. Ruth Victoria' Ridlon (Joanna'^ Goodwin, Olivet 
Carll, Charity* Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DaxAd% 
daughter of James and Joanna' (Goodwin) Ridlon, was 
bom at Hiram, Maine, December 8, 1864. 

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She maxried at Hiram, June» 1884, Charles E. Wales of 
Kezar Falls, Maine. 
She died at Kezar Falls, May 81, 189S. 
Children, bom at Porter, Maine : 

i. Cabboll LouviIiUB,* b. Aug. 14» 1886. 
ii. Blanchs Victobia, b. Apr. 5, 1802. 

157. Marcia EiiLA^ RiDLON {Joanna' Ooodmn, Olivet 
CarUy Charity^ HamiUon, Abdy* Benjamin^* Abely* David}) ^ 
daughter of James and Joanna^ (Goodwin) Ridlon, was 
bom at Hiram, Maine, November 8, 1867. 

She married at Cornish, Maine, March 20, 1887, Ivory H. 
Maddox of West Buxton, Maine. They reside at Portland, 
Maine. 

Child, bom at Porter, Maine: 

i. Chablbs Edwin,* b. Sept. S, 1888. 

158. Eddie Fttlton' Babb {Almeda'' Goodwin^ Olvo^ 
Carll^ Charity'^ HamiUon, Abd^^ Benjamin^^ Abd^^ David^), 
son of George W. and Almeda^ (Goodwin) Babb, was bom at 
Hiram, Maine, August 2, 1880. 

He married at Hiram, February 27, 1905, Mary Hazel 
Peters of that town. They reside at East Brownfield, 
Maine. 

Children, bom at East Brownfield : 

i. Vbbna Mat,* b. July 8. 1907. 
ii. Vina Almeda, b. Nov. 11, 1909. 

159. Lizzie Ellen^ Babb {Almeda'' Goodwin^ Olivet 
CarUj Charity^ Hamilton, Abd^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid^), 
daughter of George W. and Almeda^ (Goodwin) Babb, was 
bom at Hiram, Maine, April 29, 188S. 

She married at Hiram, September 12, 190S, Howard 
Calvin Lombard of West Baldwin, Maine. 
Child, bom at West Baldwin : 

i. Vbba Loitibb,* b. Sept. 1, 1904. 

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160* Lillian Alice* Moulton {Lucy A.'' Merrifidi^ 
Louisa £.* CarU^ Charity^ HamiUon^ Abel^^ Benjamin^^ Abe^^ 
Daividy)y daughter of Columbus and Lucy A.' (Merrifield) 
Moulton, was bom at South Boston, Mass., April 4, 1872. 

She married at South Boston, September 17, 1894, Fred- 
erick Lothrop Benjamin of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. 

Child, bom at South Boston: 

i. LiLUAN Moui;ton,* b. July 24, 1805. 



161. Cora Belle^ Carll (Samuel HJ Carll, Nathaniel* 
CarUj Charity^ Hamilton^ Abd;^ Benjamin^* Ahdj^ David})^ 
daughter of Samuel H.' and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, was 
bom at Waterborough, Maine, December 29, 1866. 

She married, December 2, 1888, William £. Roberts of 
Waterborough, where they now reside. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. Wautbb JosBPH,* b. Sept. 12, 1884. He is a physician at 

Bocfaester, N. H. 
ii. Edmund Samttsl, b. Sept. 15, 1886. 
iii. Gracs Mauds* b. Sept. 6, 1^7. She is a trained nurae. 
iv. EsTELLA Hannah, b. Mar. 25, 1889; m. Feb. 28, 1910, 

Norris A. Tarboz of HoUis, Maine; no issue. Prior to 

her marriage she was a teacher. 
V. Chablbb ZoPHxa, b. May 25, 1890. 
vi. Jamxb Franklin, b. May 2, 1891. 
▼ii. MiNA Vbbonia, b. Oct. 20, 1892; m. Nov. 10, 1909, William 

W. Woodsome of Limerick, Me.; no issue, 
▼iii. Mabcia Bbllb, b. Dec. 5, 1898. 
ix. Boss Etkltn, b. Aug. 11, 1895. 
z. Hazei* Cabll, b. Apr. 15, 1897. 
zi. Hablxt Albkbt, b. Aug. 25, 1900. 
xii. Elwin Monbob, b. Feb. 11, 1902. 
ziii. LuGZKN Pbbct, b. Aug. 15, 1909. 



162. WiLUAH Elbcbb* Cabll {Samud H.'' Carll^ Nor 
thanid^ CatUy Charity^ Hamilton^ Abd^* Benjamin* Abd,* 
David^), son of Samuel H.^ and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 8, 1868. 

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He married, August SI, 1899, Cora Dyer of HoUis, Maine. 

He died at Kennebunk, Maine, December 1, 1905. 

Children: 

i. John Wiiijam»* b. Nov. 8, 1900. 
ii. Wallace Rat, b. Aug. 17, 1902. 

163. LiLLiA Abigail^ Carll {SamuelEJCarll, Nathaniel^ 
Carlly CharUy^ HamiUony Abet,* Benjamin,* Abd,* Daoid}), 
daughter of Samuel H.^ and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, was 
bom at Waterborough, Maine, November 8, 1871. 

She married first at Waterborough, in 1887, William 
Webber of Waterborou^; and secondly at Saco, Maine, 
March je8, 1894, Albert E. Ladd of Saco. 

Child by first husband, bom at Waterborough : 
i. Lulu Mat,* b. Mar. %^ 1888. 

Children by second husband, bom at Saco: 

ii. Peblet Albebt, b. Sept. 29, 1899. 
ili. Eyebett Cabll, b. Oct. 12, 1907. 

164. Nellie Gertbude^ Cari>l (Samuel HJ' Carll, 
Nathaniel* Carll, Charity* Hamilton, Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), daughter of Samuel H.^ and Sabra V. (Guptill) 
Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 23, 187S. 

She married November 25, 1892, James Cluff of Alfred, 
Maine. 

Children, the first bom at Saco, Maine, the others at 

Buxton, Maine: 

i. Cabll,* b. July 6, 1896; d. July 26, 1896. 

ii. Clyde Nathaniel, b. Oct. 6, 1898. 

ili. WiLBiTB LuviLL, b. Aug. 5, 1902. 

iv. SmoTEB HAMiLroN, b. May 6, 1905. 

165. Gut Elswobth* CabiiL (Samuel HJ Carll, Na- 
thaniel* Carll, Charity* Hamilton, Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
DamO), son of Samuel H.^ and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 22, 1876. 

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He married at Saco» Maine, in 1894, Bena L. Grace, bom 

at Saco, September ii, 1876. 

Children: 

i. Samuel Habbibon,* b. at Saco, Mar. 92, 1895. 

ii. Frank Elbwobth, b. at Waterborough, May 3, 1896. 

iii. LomB Vebona. b. at Saoo» Apr. 26, 1897. 

iv. Claba Amxlia, b. at Waterborough, May IS, 1908. 

V. Gttt Jobkph, b. at Waterborough, Nov. 22, 1908. 

166. Lerot Hamxlton^ Cabll {Samuel HJ CarU, Na- 
thaniel^ Carll^ Charity^ HamiUon^ Abely* Benjamin^* Abdy* 
Daoid})^ son of Samuel H.^ and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 2, 1879. 

He married at Saco, Maine, February 18, 1899, Ella 

Cousens of Biddeford, Maine. 

Children, bom at Buxton, Me. : 

X. JoBBFHnYB Vbba,* b. Aug. 20, 1901. 
ii. Habold Hamh/ton, b. Dec. 24, 1902. 

167. Nathaniel Samuel* Carll {Samuel HJ CarU, 
Nathaniel* Carll, Charity* HamiUony Abely^ Benjaminy^ Abel^* 
David}) y son of Samuel H.' and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, July 27, 1882. He is a 
farmer at Saco, Maine. 

He married, September 1, 1902, Cora B. Cluff of Alfred, 

Maine, bom Febmary 22, 1886, daughter of Eben Cluff. 

Children, bom at Saco: 

i. Bebnicb Laura,* b. Oct. 28, 1904. 
ii. Pbabii Ablene, b. Aug. 7, 1906. 

168. James Blaine* Carll {Samuel HJ Carlly Na- 
thaniel* CarUy Charity* HamiUony Abely* Benjamin,^ Abely* 
Danid})y son of Samuel H.^ and Sabra V. (Guptill) Carll, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, March 11, 1884. 

He married at Waterborough, December 8, 190S, Mabel 
G. Berry of Saco, Maine, bom April 1, 1884. 

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Children, the first bom at Waterborough» the others at 
Buxton: 

i. AucB VxBONA,* b. Mar. 17, 1905. 

ii. EvELTN Sabra, b. Mar. 11, 1906; d. at Buzton, Aug. 1, 1908. 

iii. LEBiaUB BiaAiNB, b. Nov. 1, 1907; d. at Buzton, Jan. 9, 1908. 

iv. Francis Rxtbt, b. Aug. 14, 1909. 

169. Frank Herbert* Gile {Sarah J. ' McKenney^ Mary 
H.^ Carllf Charity^ HamiUony AheU^ Benjamitiy^ Abely^ David}), 
son of Stephen and Sarah J.^ (McKenney) Gile, was bom at 
Boston, Mass., March 15, 1855. 

He married at Chelsea, Mass., September 5, 1882, Ada T. 
Flint of Chelsea. 

He died at Braintree, Mass., December 7, 1908, and is 
buried at Cohasset, Mass. 

Child, bom at Chelsea: 

i. Frank Herbert,* b. June 12, 1888; m. at Hartford, Conn., 
Oct. 5, 1909, Marian Lucy Burt of Hartford; no issue. 
He is a physician and resides at Braintree, Mass. 



170. WHiUS E.^ McKennet (Benjamin RJ McKenney, 
Mary H.^ Carlly Charity^ HamiUony Abely* Benjaminy^ Abely* 
Damdy)y son of Benjamin R.^ and Mary L. (Witham) Mc- 
Kenney, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 17, 1867. 

He married at Biddeford, Maine, December 26, 1894, 
Lizzie M. Witham of Biddeford. 

Children: 

i. Frances Towlb,* b. Feb. 22, 1898. 
ii. Mart Isabella, b. May 8, 1908. 

171« Melvin C* McKennet {Benjamin R.^ McKenney, 
Mary H.^ Carlly Charity^ HamiUony Abely* Benjamiuy^ Abel,* 
Damd}), son of Benjamin R.^ and Mary L. (Witham) Mc* 
Kenney, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, August 8, 1868. 

He married at Lyman, Maine, in 1897, Rose May Dyer of 
Sanford, Maine. 

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Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Lomx Mat,* b. Mar. 18, 1898. 

iL EuaA GsBTRUDB, b. Apr. 80, 1900. 

ill. GiLkCB LouiBB, b. Dec. 18, 1901. 

iv. Flobbncx Edna, b. July 18, 1904. 

▼. Chsbtbb EufXB, b. Jan. 81, 1907. 

vi. loLA Alicb, b. Not. 8, 1908. 

m» Walter Pendexteb* Buzzell (fierrish LJ' BwszeU, 
Oeorge^ Buzzdly Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abd,^ Benjamin^* Ahd* 
Daivid}), son of Gerrish L.^ and Emma J. (Bridcett) Buzzell, 
was bom at Biddeford, Maine, April IS, 1856. He was an 
expert mechanic and engineer, and lost his life, March 29, 
1905, by being caught in the machinery, at the factory of 
Edwin R. Sheak, at Boston, where he was employed. 

He married first at Saco, Maine (intentions published 
July 25, 1876), Annie C. Spear of Saco, daughter of Calvin 
and Urania M. (CoUamore) Spear; and secondly Annie 
Sullivan of Charlestown, Mass., who died at Chelsea, Mass., 
December 6, 1905. 

Children by second wife, the first three bom at Charles- 
town, the others at Cambridge, Mass. : 

i. Aba,* d. in infancy. 

ii. EiiMA, d. in infancy. 

iii. Aba, d. in infancy. 

iv. Hebbert Walteb, b. Dec. 2, 1894. 

V. Gbobob Gebbibh, d. aged 14 mos. 

178. Alvin Cbogkett* Buzzell (Edmund C Biaasdl, 
Oeorge^ Btuasell, Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abdy^ Benjamin,* Abd,* 
Daoid^), son of Edmund C and Sarah O. (Emerson) 
Buzzell, was bom at Lyman, Maine, January 29, 1867. 

He married, February 5, 1890, Lettie J. Bennett of 
Lawrence, Mass., daughter of Alfred and Martha (Wagstaff) 
Bennett. They reside at Medford, Mass. 

Children: 

i. Aijbbd Embbbon,* b. at North Andover, Mass., May 17, 
1891. 

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ii. Frank Fostsb, b. at North Andover, Mar. 90, 1894; d. at 

Medford, aged one year, 
ill. LxwiB F06TKB, b. at Roxbury, Mass., July 29, 1895. 
iv. Mabel Ebthkb, b. at Medford, Oct. 19, 1897. 
▼. Oltvx Mabtha, b. at Medford, Sept. 21, 1899. 
vi. Ebolt, b. at Medford, Dec. 21, 1907. 

174. Evelyn May> Buzzell {Edmund CJ BuzzeUy 
Oeorge^ Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiUony Abdy^ Benjamin,* Abel,^ 
David^), daughter of Edmund C.^ and Sarah O. (Emerson) 
Buzzell, was bom at Limerick, Maine, March SO, 1868. 

She married, December 10, 1890, Eugene A. libby, bom 
at Saco, Maine, April 2, 1846, son of Phineas and Lucinda 
(Harmon) Libby. He served in the Civil War in Co. E, 
1st Maine Cavalry, and was discharged July 12, 1865. He 
is a machinist and resides at Saco. 

Children, bom at Saco : 

i. Hblsn Inez,* b. Jan. 22, 1894. 
ii. Harold Eugene, b. Nov. 28, 1901. 

175. Fred Emerson* Buzzell {Edmund CJ Btizzell, 
Oeorge^ Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamilUmy Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David^), son of Edmund C.^ and Sarah O. (Emerson) Buzzell, 
was bom at Limerick, Maine, April 16, 1871. 

He married, April 15, 1906, Winnifred Quinn of Boston, 

Mass., and resides at Boston. 

Children, bom at Boston : 

i. Daniel Fred,* b. Oct. 29, 1907. 
ii. Eduund Newell, b. Nov. 29, 1909. 

176. LxTCiNDA Sarah* Wormwood {Mary A.'' Btizzell, 
Oeorge^ Btaszell, Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David^), daughter of William H. and Mary A.^ (Buzzell) 
Wormwood, was bom at North Berwick, Maine, May SO, 
1878. 

She married three times: first, August 18, 1894, James W. 
Waterhouse of Kennebunk; secondly, March 22, 1901, Wil- 

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liam Hill of Springvale, Maine; and thirdly, September 4, 
1907» Freeman Dyer of Kennebunk. 
Child by first husband: 

i. Calvin Hsnrt,* b. at Kennebunk, Dec. 8, 1895. 

Chfld by second husband: 

ii. Addix Mat,* b. at Kennebunk, July 27, 1902. 

177. Frbd Edbiund* Wormwood {Mary AJ Buzzell, 
Oeorge^ Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiUon^ Ahdy^ Benjaminy* Abd^^ 
Daind})y son of William H. and Mary A.^ (Buzzell) Worm- 
wood, was bom at North Berwick, Maine, May 15, 1882. 

He married at Saoo, in 1905, Nellie May Dyer of Kenne- 
bunk, daughter of Albion K. P. and Lucy Jane (Bradgon) 
Dyer, and they reside at Old Orchard, Maine. 

Children: 

i. AbiqaUi Luct,* b. at Kennebunkport, Apr. 26, 1906. 
ii. Henbt G. p., b. at Saco, Maine, May 10, 1907. 
iii. Edicund Bobxbt, b. at Old Qrdiard, June 9, 1908; d. Aug. 
8,1908. 

178. George Buzzell^ Wormwood {Mary A.'' Buzzell, 
George^ Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
Damd}), son of William H. and Maiy A.^ (Buzzell) Worm- 
wood, was bom at Kennebunk, Maine, September 17, 1884. 

He married, September 28, 1904, Fannie Warren Pearson 
of Saco, daughter of Thomas and Ora Evelyn (Salisbury) 
Pearson, and they reside at Saco. 

Children, all bom at Saco : 

i. Famnis Mat,* b. Jan. 15, 1906. 

ii. ChASBscm GaoBOB VfihUAM, b. May 15, 1907. 

iiL Qba Bichhond, b. Oct. 12, 1906; d. at Saco, Oct. 15, 1908. 

179. Frederick Jobb* Buzzell {George HJ Buszdlj 
Henry T.' Buzzell, Dorcas^ Hamilton, Abd,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David^), son of Greorge H.^ and Frances £. (Jose) Buszell, 
was bom at Buxton, Maine, December 24, 1861. He was 

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formerly engaged in an art and picture framing business at 
South Manchester, Conn., and is now retired. 

He married at South Manchester, February 10, 1888, 
Annie Curran of Buckland, Conn. 

Children : 

i. Hannah Jane,^ b. at Buckland in 1888. 

ii. Irene, b. at Buckland, Aug. 16, 1889. 

iii. Mabel Fannie, b. at Vernon, Conn., Jan. SO, 1891. 

iv. Ethel, b. at South Manchester, Oct. 23, 1893. 

V. Lizzie, b. at South Manchester, June 30, 1896. 

vi. Emma Mae, b. at South Manchester, Dec. 8, 1898. 

vii. AoNBB, b. at South Manchester, July 11, 1902; d. there May 

11, 1911. 
viii. Bebtha, b. at South Manchester, Aug. 20, 1904; d. there 

Sept. 27, 1904. 

180. Orin Colby* Buzzell {George H. ^ Buzzelly Henry T.* 
Btizzelly Dorcas^ HamUioriy Abely^ Benjamin^* Abel^^ David}) ^ 
son of George H.^ and Frances E. (Jose) Buzzell, was bom at 
Dayton, Maine, July 1, 1863. He is a farmer at Woodland, 
Maine. 

He married at Woodland, April 15, 1885, Mary O. Thomas 
of that town. 

Children, all bom at Woodland : 

i. Fanny Mat,» b. Mar. 14, 1886; m. Nov. 8, 1909, Fred 

Jacobs of Caribou; no issue. 
ii. Ralph Colby, b. Feb. 5, 1888. 
iii. Clyde Fred, b. Feb. 5, 1890. 
iv. WnJUAM Embby, b. Sept. 11, 1891. 
V. Habby Ibvino, b. Nov. 20, 1898. 
vi. Sadib Alice, b. June 16, 1895. 
vii. Abthub Geobgb, b. Mar. 25, 1897. 
viii. Myba Sampson, b. Mar. 28, 1899. 
ix. Eabl Thomas, b. Apr. 18, 1901. 
X. Bessie Lena, b. Feb. 4, 1904. 
zi. Chbsteb Osm, b. Dec. 14, 1905. 



181. Helena Fannie^ Buzzell {George HJ Buzzed^ 
Henry T.* Buzzell, Darcae^ Hamilton, Abel,* Benjamin,^ AheLy^ 

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Dtwid}), daughter of George H.^ and Frances E. (Jose) 
Buzzelly was bom at Dayton, Maine, March 15, 1865. 

She married at Woodland, Maine, October SI, 1880, 
Frank E. Brown of Caribou, Maine, where they now reside. 

Children, all bom at Caribou: 

i. Gbobob VAunr,* b. July 9, 1882; m. Oct. 26, 1910, BAabd 

E. Fhilbrick of Woodland; no issue, 
ii. Ebthsb Blanchx, b. Feb. 17, 1885; m. Nov. 9, 1904, Cui 

J. Fomtrom; resides at Union, Oregon, 
iii. Bbatbicx Inez, b. Apr. 28, 1887. 

182. Ettnice'Flora* Bttzzell {Oeorge HJ BvsszeUy Henry 
T.* Buzzellf Dorcas^ HamiUan^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* Ahdy^ 
David}) y daughter of George H.^ and Frances E. (Jose) 
BuzzeU, was bom at Dorchester, Mass., August 20, 1869. 

She married, December S, 1891, Charles Foster of Port- 
land, Maine. They reside at Meriden, Conn. 

Children: 

i. Bbbnicx Rubt,* b. at Portland, Not. 6, 1892. 

ii. Elcena Mabel, b. at Hartford, Conn., Nov. 6, 1897. 



188. Lottie Mabel* Buzzell (George H.'' BtizzeU, 
Henry T.^ BttzzeU^ Dorca^ Hamilton^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abely* 
David}) 9 daughter of George H.^ and Frances E. (Jose) 
Buzzell, was bom at Boston, Mass., January 15, 187S. 

She married at Rockville, Conn., April 9, 1890, Jos^h 
Swallow of that town. 

She died at Rockville, January 25, 1909. 

Children : 

i. MniDRiCD Helena,* b. at Vernon, Conn., Feb. 18, 1891; m. 

Dec. 28, 1909, William Hill of Rockville; no issue, 
ii. AiiBTHEA Ada, b. at Hartford, Conn., May 2, 1908. 
iii. Clyde Joseph, b. at Rockville, Mar. 25, 1906; d. there Aug. 

6,1906. 

184, 'Ebcma Jane* Buzzell {Franklin OJ Btuszell, Henry 
T.^ Bttzzell, Dorcas^ HamtUony Abel,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ 

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Damjd})y daughter of Franklin O.^ and Susan R. (Grordon) 
Buzzelly was bom at Dayton, Maine, February 28, 1868. 

She married at Bangor, Maine, in 1882, Greorge W. Boyd, 
son of Rev. James and Mary (Allen) Boyd. 

She died at Bangor, February 27, 1903. 

Children: 

i. Lauba Mat»* b. at Bangor, July 80, 188S. 

ii. Frank James, b. at Halifax, Nova Scotia, Mar. 21, 1886. 

185. Qbin Amos* Buzzell {Franklin OJ Btuasell, Henry 
r.* Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiUon, Ahdy^ Benjamin,* Ahel,^ 
Damd})y son of Franklin O.^ and Susan R. (Gordon) Buzzell, 
was bom at Saco, Maine, November 16, 1866. 

He married at Sangerville, Maine, April 80, 1890, Grace £• 
Campbell, daughter of D. R. and Eleanor (Lovejoy) Camp- 
bell. They reside at East Lyme, Conn. 

Child, bom at Bangor, Maine: 

i. Lbon Campbbll,* b. Feb. 14, 1891. 

186. Alyin Henrt* Phillips [Sarah EJ Buzzell, Henry 
T.* Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), son of Thomas and Sarah E.^ (Buzzell) Phillips, 
was bom at Biddeford, Maine, May, 1871. He is a grocer 
at Springfield, Mass. 

He married at Newburyport, Mass., November 18, 1896» 

Mary Preston Lee of Newburyport. 

Children, all bom at Sprmgfield: 

i. EiiCENA Lbe,* b. Aug. 31, 1897. 

ii. Altin Henbt, b. July 24, 1898. 

iii. Eluot Bebcheb, b. Nov. 26, 1900. 

iv. BoBERT Lms, b. Nov. 20, 1907. 

V. Ruth Euzabbth, b. Dec. 8, 1910. 

187. Edward Martin* Deering {Jvlia A? Buzzell, 
Henry T.* Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,* Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David}), son of Robert W. and Julia A.^ (Buzzell) Deering, 

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was bom at Saco, Maine, October 16, 1867. He is a teacher 
of penmanship in the schools at Biddeford, Maine. 

He married, June 26, 1895, Mabel G. Trickey of West- 
brook, Maine, daughter of Albert and Susan (Gould) 
Trickey. 

Child, bom at Biddef ord : 

i. DoBOTHT»* b. May 16, 1897. 

188. Nellib Rebecca^ Deering {JuUa AJ BuzzeU, 
Henry T.* Buzzelly Dorcas^ HamilUm, Abely^ Benjamin,^ Abd,^ 
David^)^ daughter of Robert W. and Julia A.^ (Buzzell) 
Deering, was bom at Saco, Maine, March 13, 1871. 

She married June 1, 1892, Charles E. Skilling of Saco, 
son of Silas and Mary A. (Sproule) Skilling. 

Children, bom at Saco: 

i. Edwabd Desbino Robert,* b. June 11, 1S98. 
ii. Donald Sclas, b. Mar. 24, 1908. 



189. Nancy Etta* Newell {Aaron BJ Newell^ Mary F} 
Buzzell^ Dorcas^ Hamilton^ Abely^ Benjaminy* Abdy^ Damd^)y 
daughter of Aaron B.' and Almira (Cleaves) Newell, was bom 
at Dayton, Maine, December 27, 1861. 

She married at Lyman, Maine, Febmary 28, 1883, Fams- 
worth Durgin qf Waterborough, son of Benjamin and 
Dorcas (Berry) Durgin. He is a painter and carpenter at 
Waterborough, where they reside. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

218. i. Mahis Ouys,^ b. Dec. 18, 1888. 
ii. Mtra Bblle, b. Oct. 4, 1898. 



190. Cora* Newell {William MJ Newell^ Mary F.* 
BuasMy Dorcas^ HamiUony Abdy^ Benjaminy* Abdy* Damd}), 
daughter of William M.^ and Luda F. (Allen) Newell, was 
bom at Biddeford, Maine, April SO, 1877. 

She married John S. Bumham of Biddeford, son of 

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Elbridge G. and Caroline (Stone) Bumham. He is a 

machinist and resides at Biddeford. 

CbiIdFen» bom at Biddeford: 

i. MntDRWD Gebtbttdb,* b. Aug. 11» 1901. 
ii. Thomas Lbonard, b. May 25, 1904. 

191. Gbrtrudb* Newell {WiUiam MJ Newell, Mary 
F.« Buzzelly Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abel,* 
David}) y daughter of William M.^ and Lucia F. (Allen) 
Newell, was bom at Biddeford, Maine, February 6, 1879L 

She married in 190S, Herbert Bums of Portland, Maine, 
son of Columbus W. and Adelaide (Ettinger) Bums. He is 
a conductor on the Boston and Maine Railroad, and resides 
at Portland. 

Children, bom at Portland: 

i. Hazsl Gebtbttds,* b. Mar. 13, 1904. 

ii. Robert Nbal, b. Sept. 23, 1905; d. Jan. 27, 1906. 



192. Lillian Flobence* Newell (Rev. Barnard DJ 
Newelly Mary F,^ BuzzeU^ Dorcas^ HamiUony AheU^ Benjamin^* 
Abely* David}) y daughter of Rev. Barnard D.^ and Nellie A. 
(Brown) Newell, was bom at- Dover, Maine, December 1, 
1884. 

She married, October 28, 1902, Forest B. Snow of New 
Gloucester, Maine, son of John S. and Jennie M. Snowu He 
is a carpenter. 

Children, bom at New Gloucester: 

i. Abthub Bebton,* b. Oct. 15, 1903. 
ii. Nellie Vblora, b. Aug. 20, 1905. 
iii. Cablton Lbbue, b. Apr. 9, 1910. 



193. Fred Pitt Colby* Buzzell (Wilbur B. L.^ BuzsseUy 
John C Buzzelly Dorcas^ HamtUony Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abel,* 
David^)y son of Wilbur B. L.' and Helen E. (Sargent) Buzzell, 
was bom at Kennebunk, Maine, April SO, 1886. He is an 

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engineer on the Boston and Maine Railroad, and resides at 
Portland, Maine. 

He married Annie E. McLelland, daughter of James and 
Maiy (Campbell) McLelland of Richmond, Quebec, Canada. 

Child: 

i. WiLBUB Jambb,* b. Oct. 27, 1008. 

194. LucT Idella* Plaisted {Mary EJ Buzzed^ John C* 
Buzzelly Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,* Benjamin,^ Abd,^ DavidS), 
daughter of Albert C. and Mary E.^ (Buzzell) Plaisted, was 
bom at Kennebunkport, Maine, March 6, 1874. 

She married, June 9, 1890, John L. Taylor of Kennebunk, 
son of Horace and Clara (La Chance) Taylor. He is an 
engineer on the Boston and Maine Railroad. 

Child, bom at Kennebunkport: 

i. HxBiiAV John,* b. Mar. SI, 1891. 

195. Eva Isabel* Plaisted {Mary E.'' Btusssell, John C* 
BuzzeUf Dorcas* HamHUm^ Ahd,* Benjamin^* Ahd^^ Damd% 
daughter of Albert C. and Maiy E.^ (Buzzell) Plaisted, was 
bom at Kennebunkport, Maine, April 27, 1877. 

She married at Biddeford, January 28, 1896, Fred C. 

Hill of Biddeford, son of Ira C. and Nellie M. (Dow) Hill. 

Children, all bom at Biddeford: 

i. Mn.DBW> LuKLLA,* b. Oct. 15, 1886. 
ii. Habold Lbb, b. July 15, 1898. 
iii. NxLUB Mat, b. June 12, 1900. 



19& Joseph William* Buzzell {Alonsto HJ Bvsasidl, 
William JS.* BuzseUy Dorcas* HamilUm, Abd,* Benjamins^ 
Abel,* David}) y son of Alonzo H.' and Maggie (Oliver) 
Buzzell, was bom at Dayton, Maine, March 4, 1872. 

He married at Dayton, in 1910, Ida C. £. Suhr of Bidde- 
ford, Maine, daughter of Thomas D. and Lucy (Smith) 
Suhr. 

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Child, bom at Biddeford: 

i. Thomas Alonzo,* b. Jan. 1» 1011. 



197. Herbert Gilmore* Buzzell (Alonzo HJ Buzzell, 
William R.^ Buzzell, Dorcas* Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,* David}), son of Alonzo H.^ and Maggie (Oliver) 
Buzzell, was bom at Kennebunkport, Maine, April 24, 1875. 

He married, May 7, 1905, Grace May Ingalls of Bangor, 
Maine, daughter of John E. Ingalls. He is employed as 
agent by the Armour Packing Co. 

Child, bom at Bangor: 

i. RiGHABD GiLBiOBB»* b. Apr. 29, 1900. 



198. Nellie Eunice* Buzzell (Alonzo HJ Buzzell, 
William R.* BuzzeU, Dorcas* Hamilton, Ahd,^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,* David}), daughter of Alonzo H.^ and Maggie (Oliver) 
Buzzell, was bom at Kennebunk, Maine, March 15, 1878. 

She married at Dayton, Maine, August 26, 1901, Fred 
ChamberUn of Lebanon, Maine, son of John R. and Florence 
S. (Wentworth) Chamberlin. He is town clerk of Lebanon 
and resides there. 

Children, bom at Lebanon : 

i. Florsnce Mat,* b. Sept. 11, 1904. 
ii. Cltds Bvzzsll» b. June 80, 1906. 
iii. Maboabbt, b. Oct. 6, 1910. 

199. Maggie May* Buzzell (Alonzo HJ Buzzell, Wil- 
liam R.* BuzzeU, Dorcas* Hamilton, Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* 
David^), daughter of Alonzo H.^ and Maggie (Oliver) 
Buzzell, was bom at Dayton, Maine, October 12, 1885. 

She married at Dayton, June 22, 1904, Byron Alonzo Hill, 
of Dayton, son of Albert R. and Eleanor L (Hill) Hill. 
They reside at Dayton, where he served as collector of 
taxes in 1905, 1908 and 1909, and as road commissioner in 
1906, 1907 and 1908. 

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Children, all bom at Dayton: 

i. Pbbubt Btbon,* b. July 6, 1906. 

ii. Cablbton Ai/>nzo, b. Dec. 29, 1907. 

iii. EsROL AiasBT, b. Feb. 4, 1909. 

iv. DszTEB Austin, b. Feb. 24, 1910. 

v. LnuAN, b. July 18, 1912. 

200. Cabbie Susie* Buzzell {Otis A.'' Btizzelly William 
R.^ Buzzellf Dorcas^ HamiUon, Abel,^ Benjamifiy^ AbeU^ 
David}) i daughter of Otis A.^ and Annie L. (Armstrong) 
Buzzell, was bom at Kennebunkport, Maine, March 15, 
1878. 

She married Frank W. W. Manson of Kittery Point, 
Maine, son of David K. and Mary J. (Moore) Manson. He 
is a motorman on the Atlantic Shore Line Street Railway, 
and resides at Kittery Point. 

Children, bom at Kittery Point : 

i. Amnis Elfbkda,* b. July 30, 1893. 
ii. Effib Ablene, b. Nov. 16, 1902. 

201. Martha Gertrude^ York {Eunice EJ BuzzeU, 
WiUiam A.* Buzzell, Dorcas^ HamiJUon, Abel,^ Benjamin} 
Abel} David^), daughter of James M. and Eunice EJ (Buz- 
zell) York, was bom at Charlestown, Mass., April 8, 1875. 

She married, September 2, 1896, William Preble Jones of 

Somerville, Mass. 

Children, bom at Somerville: 

i. Helen Extnicb,* b. Jan. 22, 1898. 
ii. Edith York, b. Aug. 24, 1899. 

2(Ki. ZoRA Reynolds^ Folbom {Zopher R.^ Folsom, 
Lavinia} Hamilton, Benjamin} Abel} Benjamin} Ahd} 
David^), daughter of Zopher R.' and Alice G. (Locke) 
Folsom, was bom March 80, 1884. 

She married, December 81, 1901, Howard Sinclair Styron 
of Newbem, N. C. 

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Children : 

i. ZoRA IsABBLiA,* b. Apr. 4, 1908. 
ii. CHABiiBB Marvin, b. June 1, 1905. 

203. Eugenie M.* Emmons (Sarah A.'' HamiUon, Ivory ^^ 
Benjamiriy^ Abely* Benjamin^* Abely* David}) ^ daughter of 
Oliver and Sarah A.^ (Hamilton) Emmons, was bom at 
Kennebmikporty Maine, March 8, 1868. 

She married at Lyman (Goodwin's Mills), Maine, October 
12, 1888, Frank B. Smith of Cape Porpoise, Maine, who 
died at Kennebunkport, November 16, 1908. 

Children : 

i. Lbua L.,* b. at Kennebunkport, Apr. 19, 1890. 
ii. Maboabet, b. at Cape Porpoise, June SO, 1901. 

!804. Fred Cook* Gilpatric {Sarah J.'' Cooky Sarah B.^ 
HamiUoriy Benjamiriy^ Abely^ Benjamiriy* Abely* David}) y son 
of Joseph and Sarah J.^ (Cook) Gilpatric, was bom at Bidde- 
ford, Maine, August 22, 1865. 

He received his education in the public schools of Hyde 
Park, Mass.. and the Boston University Law School, from 
which he received his degree in 1889. Since that time 
he has been practicing law in Boston, where he has an ex- 
tensive practice. He has been prominent in politics, and 
served in the Legislature of Massachusetts for the years 
1899, 1900, 1901 and 1902, where he established a reputa- 
tion as a ready debater and wise legislator. 

He married, December 23, 1891, Flora May Warren, bom 
at Hollis, Maine, July 4, 1867, daughter of James Frank and 
Loantha C. (Bennett) Warren. 

Child, born at Dorchester, Mass. : 
i. Fbed Cook,^ b. Mar. 8, 1897. 

205. Miriam L.* Hamilton {Danid S.y'' Samuel C.,* 
Benjamitiy^ Abely^ Benjamiriy* Abely* David}) y daughter of 
Daniel S.^ and Ella S. (Leavitt) Hamilton, was bom at Saco, 
Maine, April 19, 1881. 

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She married, January 10, 1902, Ralph Tarbox of 
ford, Maine, who died there November 5, 1907. 
Children, bom at Saco : 

i. Ralph Eabi.,* b. July 26, 1908; d. Oct. IS, 1905. 
ii. Danul Hamii;ion, b. Nov. 8, 1904. 

206. Ada E.* Hamilton {Daniel S.y^ Samuel C,' Benja- 
min^ Abelf^ Benjamin^^ Abel,* Damd^)y daughter of Daniel 
SJ and Ella S. (Leavitt) Hamilton, was bom at Saco, Maine, 
August 81, 1885. 

She married, August 81, 1905, James E. Towle of Saco. 

Child, bom at Saco : 

i. Itobt HAMmroN»* b. Sept. 25, 1907. 

201. Rev. Charles Hamilton* Cleaves (Rev. James 
HJ Cleaives, Mary A.* HamiUony Benjamitiy^ Ahdy^ Benjaminy^ 
Abel,* David}) y son of Rev. James H.' and Catherine I. 
(Brant) Cleaves, was bom at Kansas City, Kansas, Septem- 
ber 24, 1885. He was graduated, with the Bachelor of Arts 
degree, from Morrisville College, Morrisville, Missouri, 
June 12, 1907. The following November he went to Qr^on 
where he became a member of Columbia Conference. He 
is pastor of the M. E. Church, South, at Coquille, Oregon. 

He married at Grants Pass, Qr^on, November 1, 1908, 
Mary Melvina Herington of Grants Pass. 

Child, bom at Coquille: 

L Mabysl Isabel,* b. Nov. 16, 1909. 

208. Mabt Alice* EUbcilton {John F.,^ Charles £.,* 
CapL Richardy^ Abel,^ Benjaminy^ Abdy* Damd^)y daughter of 
John F.^ and Mary J. (Gormily) Hamilton, was bom at 
Lynn, Mass., May 7, 1875. 

She married first, August 21, 1892, Robert B. Felsh; and 
secondly, April 80, 1906, Andrew O'Leary of Salem, Mass. 

Child, by first husband : 

i. Qbmand,* Jan. 15, 1902. 

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209. Charles Lawrence* Hamilton {John F.J Charles 
L.,' CaTpt, Richard,^ Abel^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Dacid^), son of 
John F.^ and Mary J. (Gonnily) Hamilton^ was bom at 
Lynn, Mass., June 30, 1877. 

He married, June 26, 1902, Agnes B. Marshall of Lynn, 
and they reside there. 

Children, all bom at Lynn: 

i. WniiiAM Chabubs,* b. May 26, 1906. 
ii. JoBBFH Frankun, b. Apr. 19» 1909. 
iii. Agmbs Mabt, b. May 15, 1910. 



210. George Lewis* Hamilton {Rev. George G.,^ Oeorge 
/.,• Abel,^ Abel,^ Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd}), son of Rev. 
Greorge G.^ and Laura E. (Daniels) Hamilton, was bom at 
Yarmouth, Maine, July 22, 1881. 

He married at East Boston, Mass., Feb. 5, 1908, Miriam 
M. Welch of East Boston. 

Child, bom at Somerville, Mass. : 
i. Thxuca Mabt,* b. Sept. 5, 1908. 

211. George Hamh/tgn* Davis {Eunice J.'' Hamilton, 
George J.,* Abel,^ Abd,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), son of 
MiUer J. and Eunice J.^ (Hamilton) Davis, was bom at 
Union, Maine, July 16, 1882. 

He married at Boston, Mass., September 26, 1910, Alice 
Brown of Boston. 
Child, bom at Union : 

i. MtT.n»«n Eloibb,* b. June 14, 1911. 



212. Herbert Albion* Habiilton {Howard B.,^ Horace,* 
Abd,* Abel,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* Damd}), son of Howard B.' 
and Emma E. (Hamilton) Hamilton, was bom at Agra, 
Kansas, July 10, 1883. 

He married, April 28, 1906, Myrtle D. Clements of Edgar, 
Nebraska. 

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2Hiel flmnilton 

Children: 

i. Howard Wayne,* b. at Hoxie, Kan., Feb. 28, 1907. 
ii. GsoBOX HoMBB, b. at Edgar, Neb., Dec. 1, 190B. 

fiixHSf tfeneratUm 

218. Chables Warren* Eldridge {Almh G.^ EJdridge, 
Ellen EJ Newman, Mercy^ Hamilton, Ephramiy^ Abdj* 
Benjamin,^ Abel,* Da/oid}), son of Alvah G.* and Delia A. 
(Warren) Eldridge, was bom at Deering, Maine, October 
16, 1876. 

He married Fannie Brown of South Portland, and they 
reside at Portland. 

Children, bom at Portland: 

i. Leon Wabren,^^ b. Jan. 16, 1808. 
ii. OuYB Mat, b. Jan. 31, lOOS. 

214, Nellie Mat* Eldridge {Ahah G.^ Eldridge, Ellen 
EJ Neuoman, Mercy* HamUton, Ephraim,^ Ahd,^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,* Datnd}), daughter of Alvah G.* and Delia A. (Warren) 
Eldridge, was born at Deering, Maine, June 3, 1880. 

She married at Portland, Maine, September S, 1902, 
Richard Darker of Portland, and they reside there. 
Child, bom at Portland: 

i. EvBLTN EiJ>Rn>OE,^* b. Nov. 24, 1906. 

215. Frank Eugene* Banks {Helen Jf .» Eldridge, Ellen 
EJ* Newman, Mercy* HamiUon, Ephraim,^ Abd,^ Benjamin,* 
Abd,* David^), son of Elias F. and Helen M.* (Eldridge) 
Banks, was bom at Deering, Maine, March 29, 1881. 

He married at Boston, Mass., in 1905, Sara Elizabeth 
Houghton Morton, bom at Eastport, Maine. She was the 
adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Morton of 
Melrose, Mass. 

Children, bom at Portland : 

i. Irene Houghton,^* b. Apr. 28, 1906. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 1, 1908. 

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216. Hattib Leonard* Hudson (Emily F.* Eldridge, 
EUen EJ Newman^ Merqf^ Hamilton, Ephrawif'^ AheU^ 
Benjamin,^ AbeU^ DiwidS), daughter of George H. and Emily 
F.* (Eldridge) Hudson, was bom at Deering, Maine, Feb- 
ruary 11, 188S. 

She married at Portland, August 17, 1904, William Wood- 
ward of Portland. 

Child, bom at Portland : 

i. Edmund Fostsb,^^ b. Aug. 27, 1907. 

217. Roland Parker® Davis {Parker S.* Davis, Eltza- 
beth J.^ Hamilton, Francis,^ Ephraim,'^ Abd,^ Benjamin,* 
Abel,^ David}), son of Parker S.* and Julia E. (Andrews) 
Davis, was bom at Beverly, Mass., August 2, 1884. He 
was graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology in 1906 and in 1908 was graduated from Cornell 
University. He is now (1911) teaching at Cornell. 

He married at Springfield, Missouri, June 16, 1910, Bessie 
Belle Strentzsch of Springfield. 
They have no children. 

218. Mamie Olive® Durqin {Nancy jB.« Newell, Aaron 
BJ Newell, Mary F.« Buzzed, Dorcas* Hamilton, Abel,^ 
Benjamin,* Abel,^ David^), daughter of Famsworth and 
Nancy E.* (Newell) Durgin, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, December 13, 1883. 

She married, December 25, 1900, John D. Bourne of 
Pembroke, N. H., son of Paul and Eliza (Downing) Bourne. 
He is a train dispatcher at North Adams, Mass., and they 
reside there. 

Children, bom at MechanicsviUe, N. Y. : 

]. John Fabnbwobth,^^ b. Sept. 18, 1901. 
ii. DoBOTHT Mat, b. Feb. 8, 1908. 



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IBltctarb' Hamilton 

^onrtfi 6enetatimi 

7. Richard^ Hamilton {Benjamin^* AbeU* David}) , son 
of Benjamin* and Experience (Walker) Hamilton^ was bom 
at Berwick, Maine, and was baptized in that town November 
1, 1761. The exact date of his birth is unknown. He 
settled, as the records show, in Coxhall (now Lyman), Maine; 
later he was a resident of Waterborough. He probably did 
not change his residence, but lived on the same spot, the 
lines between the two towns being uncertain. 

He married, April 8, 1781, Experience Hatch of Coxhall. 
He and his wife are buried m the burial ground in Lyman, 
near the Waterborough line. Their death records have not 
been found. 

Children, bom either at Coxhall or Waterborough : 

i. Expbbddncb/ m. Dec. 11, 1802, John Smith. No further in- 
formation is obtainable. 
9. ii. Stlvamub. 
iii. Eunice. 
iv. Harbiet. 
10. V. Hannah. 

The dates of the birth of these children are unknown. 

SitOi ti^eiteratfoti 

9, Sylvanus* Hamilton {Richard,^ Benjamin^* Abd^* 
David^)f son of Richard^ and Experience (Hatch) Hamilton, 
was bom either at Coxhall or Waterborough, Maine. The 
date of his birth is unknown. 

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He married at Waterborough, November 99, 1804, Lydia 
Townson of that town. 
Children: 

i. BXNJAMIN.* 

ii. Daniel. 

11. ill. LUTHEB. 

iv. Nathanisu 

V. JOHH. 

vi. Hamkah. 
vii. Abigail. 
viii. Ltdia Ann. 
iz. LouiBA. 
IS. z. Habiuet, b. at Baring, Me.» May 8» 1890. 



10. Hannah*^ Hamilton (Atcftard/ Benjamin,^ Ahd,^ 
David}), daughter of Richard^ and Experience (Hatcb) 
Hamilton, was bom either at Coxhall or Waterborough, 
Maine. The date of her birth is unknown. 

She married in 1805, Edmund Pitts, and they lived at 
Waterborough. 

Children, bom at Waterborough: 

18. i. Hepbibbth,* b. Nov. 14, 1805. 

ii. EusA, b. May 19, 1808 ; m. <^r. 25, 1880» Tlieodore Stackpole, 
and d. June 28, 1852. 



i^fx^ feneration 

11. LtTTHEB* Hamilton (JSyhoMis,^ Richard,^ Benjamin} 
Ahd,^ Damd^), son of Sylvanus* and Lydia (Townson) 
Hamilton, was bom at Baring, Maine. 

He married first Susan Keaser of Cooper, Maine, and 
secondly Mary Eaton. 

Child by first wife: 
L Gbobqe.' 

Child by second wife, bom at Baring: 

14. ii. Habbiet Eluabbth, b. Feb. 28, 1846. 

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Hu; Sesicenbaiits! 

12. Habbiet* Hamilton {Syhamu,* Richard/' Benjamin/ 
Abel/ Da$nd})y daughter of Sylvanus^ and Lydia (Townson) 
Hamilton, was bom at Baring, Maine, May 8, 18S0. 

She married at Weston, Maine, April 14, 1847, George Shaw. 

Children, all bom at Danforth, Maine: 

i. SnsPHSN.^ 

ii. Adrian. 

iii. Lizzie (twin); m. Lane. 

iv. Laxtba. (twin) ; m. Smith. 



13. Hepsibbth* Pittb (Hannah* Hamilton^ Richard/ 
Benjamin/ Abel/ David^), daughter of Edmund and Hannah* 
(Hamilton) Pitts, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, Nov. 
14, 1805, died at Hollis, Maine, June SO, 1869, and was 
buried at Waterborough. 

She married at Waterborough, February 8, 1823, Jere- 
miah Carll, bom at Waterborough, died at Fall River, Mass., 
January 2, 1889, and was buried at Waterborough. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

15. i. EdmxtndJ b. July 22, 1824. 

16. ii. FaANCiB, b. Oct. 29, 1825. 

iii. EuzA Jane, b. Aug. 12, 1827; m. Jan. 18, 1846, Frands Bacon 
of Lowell, Mass., and d. at Waterborough, June 15, 1850; 
no issue. 

17. iv. Sabah, b. Dec. 19, 1829. 

y. John, b. Dec. 26, 1881 ; m. at Lowell, Mass., Jan. 8, 1856, Abbie 
Smitb, and d. at Sacramento, Cal., Apr. 24, 1859; no issue. 

vi. SiLAB, b. Dec. 18, 1888; d. at Sacramento, Cal., Dec. 20, 1897; 
m. Melissa Smith of Lowell, Mass., who d. at Sacramento, 
Nov. 11, 1909; no issue. 

18. vii. JxTLiA, b. Oct. 18, 1885. 

viii. Hannah, b. Aug. 5, 1887; m. Andrew Jackson Burbank, and 
d. at Springfield, Mass., ^r. 21, 1905; no issue. 

19. iz. Hbnbt, b. Aug. 10, 1889. 

20. z. EuzABBTH Patixncb, b. Nov. 1, 1841. 

21. ad. Adkua Mabia, b. Sept. 20, 1848. 

22. zii. Chablbb, b. Jan. 1, 1846. 

adii. Abbie, b. Jan. 5, 1849; m. (1) Charles Webb of Hollis, Me.; 
m. (2) Jan. 17, 1881, David M. Anthony, and d. at Fall 
River, Mass., May 80, 1908; no issue. 

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IBltc^arb Hamfltmi 



ziv. Sophia, b. Mar. %, 1850. 

TV. EusA Amn» b. Apr. 6, 1858; d. at Fall River, Mass., Oct. 86, 
1884; m. at Boston, Maas., Dec. 27, 1880, Charles D. Coffin, 
who d. at Boston, Dec. 28, 1911; no issue. 



ikbeiitfi ^enerattai 

14. Habribt Elizabeth^ Hamilton (Luther^* Syhanus,^ 
Richard,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* DaoidS), daughter of Luther* and 
Mary (Eaton) Hamilton, was bom at Barings Maine, Feb- 
ruary 28, 1846. 

She married first at Portsmouth, N. H., September 2, 
1860, Enos M. Dolley; and secondly, February 17, 1881, 
Scott L. Leavitt. 

Child by first husband, bom at Westbrook (Saccarappa), 
Maine: 

28. i. Mabt H.,* b. Feb. 17, 1805. 

15. Edicund^ Cariji {Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah^ Hamil- 
ion, Richard,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), son of Jeremiah and 
Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
July 22, 1824. 

He married at Waterborough, January 28, 184S, (Hive 
Nason. 
He died at Lowell, Mass., August 20, 1855. 
Child, bom at Waterborough: 
24. i. AbOMSo Woodman,* b. Apr. 4, 1845. 

18. Fbancis^ Cabll {Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah* Hamil- 
tan, Richard,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DasidS), son of Jeremiah and 
Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
October 29, 1825. 

He married first at Lowell, Mass., February 6, 1846, Maiy 
Ann Wooster; and secondly at Lowell, October 27, 1881, 
Emma C. Pitts of New Bedford, Mass. 

He died at Lowell, September 7, 1892. 

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Children by first wife, bom at Lowell: 

i. Ellen Fbanceb,^ b. Jan. 7, 1850; m. at Lowell, Aug. 10, 1868, 

Leonard A. Worcester, who d. at Lowell, May 6, 1906. 

Child: Maude May,* b. at Lowell, May 28, 1878; d. there 

Feb. 8, 1878. 
ii. Ems Mabib, b. Oct. 14, 1856; m. at Lowell, Noy. 9, 1880, 

Fred A. Fielding of Lowell ; no issue. They reside at Bose- 

man, Mont. 

17. Sarah' Cabll {Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah* HamilUm, 
Richard,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of Jeremiah 
and Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Waterborough» 
Maine, December 19, 1829. 

She married Benjamin Franklin Bailey of Lowell, Mass.» 
who died at Northampton, Mass. 
She died at Northampton, December 16, 1887. 
Children, all bom at Lowell: 

i. Frank Evkhbtt,^ b. Aug. 18, 1852; m. at South Lancaster, 
Mass., Dec. 18, 1883, Justina Elizabeth Piper of South 
Lancaster; no issue. 
85. ii. Flobbncb Abbott, b. Dec. 16, 1854. 

iii. Fbbd Lbonabd, b. Dec. 26, 1867; m. Aug. 22, 1808, Evelyn 
Lenore Taylor of Northami>ton; no issue. 

18. JuLiA^ Cabll {Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah* Hamilton, 
Richard,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), daughter of Jeremiah 
and Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, October IS, 18S5. 

She married George William Page of Biddeford, Maine, 
who died at Lowell, Mass. 
She died at Lowell, Febmary 24, 1874. 
Children: 

i. WniUX C.,^ b. at Lewiston, Me., Nov. 4, 1855; d. at HoUis, 

Me., Oct. 25, 1856. 
ii. Cabbib Mab, b. at Lowell, Mass., Jan. 2, 1869. 

19. Henbt^ CablIi {Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah* Hamilton, 
Richard,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), son of Jeremiah and 

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IBlictarb Hamilton 

Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
August 10, 18S9. 

He married first, November SO, 186S, Nellie Shorey of 
Lowell, Mass.; and secondly at Lowell, February 4, 1884, 
Matilda Notte, who died at Lowell, June 7, 1908. 

He died at Lowell, June 19, 1888. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Lowell: 

96. i. Ina Bbllb," b. Feb. 28, 1866. 

ii. Fbbdxrick Wade, b. Sept. 26, 1867; d. July 10, 1880. 

iii. Cora Wadlkioh, b. Sept. 17, 1870; d. June 8, 1876. 

iv. BoT WiiiSON, b. Dec. 8, 1875. 



20. EuzABETH Patience^ Carll {HepsSbetk^ Pitts ^ Han- 
nah^ HamiUon^ Richard^^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David}) , daughter 
of Jeremiah and Hq)sibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, November 1, 1841. 

She married at Somersworth (Great Falls), N. H., March 
12, 186S, Wesley George Smith. 

She died at Boston, Mass., September 14, 1911. 

Child, bom at Somersworth (Great Falls) : 

i. LuiLIAk MabbTi,' b. Sept. 28, 1866; m. at Newark, N. J., Aug. 
8, 1901, William Allen KisBam of Great Neck, L. I. ; no issue. 



91m Adelia Mabia^ Carll {Hepsibeth^ Pitts, Hannah* 
Hamilton, Richard,^ Benjamin,^ Ahet,* David^), daughter of 
Jeremiah and Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, September 20, 184S. 

She married at Lowell, Mass., November 10, 1866, Henry 
Limt Gardner of Lowell. 

Child, bom at Lowell : 

i. Abthub Henbt," b. Mar. 6, 1868; d. unmarried at New York, 
June 18, 1905. 

22. Charlbs^ Cabll {Hepsibeth^ Pitts, Hannah* Hamil- 
ton, Richard,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), son of Jeremiah and 

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Hepsibeth* (Pitts) Carll, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
January 1, 1846. 

He married first at Boston, Mass., February 7, 1874, Mary 
Ann Benson, who died at Greenfield, N. H., June 19, 1888; 
and secondly at Greenfield, in 1889, Nellie F. Atherton. 

Children by first wife, all bom at Greenfield : 

i. Mnnnx Bblle,^ b. Jan. 80, 1875. 

27. ii. BoBEBT Francib, b. Aug. 17, 1878. 
iii. Abthub Benson, b. July 11, 1881. 
iv. SiiaAS Webb, b. Mar. 5, 1885. 

Children by second wife, bom at Greenfield: 

V. Chabubb Fbed, b. Mar. 5, 1890; d. Mar. 21, 1888. 
vi. Flobence Abbott, b. July 4, 1895; d. Jan. 81, 1896. 

Cigttfi feneration 

23. Mart H.^ Dolley {Harriet EJ HarrvUUm^ Lviher^^ 
SyhanuSy^ Richard,^ Benjamiriy^ Abdy* David})^ daughter of 
Enos M. and Harriet E.^ (Hamilton) Dolley, was bom at 
Westbrook (Saccarappa), Maine, February 17, 1865. 

She married Alvin L. Tibbetts of Biddeford, Maine. 
She died December 1, 1900. 
Children: 

i. Abthub 6.,* b. at Old Orchard, Me., Aug. 29, 1888. 
ii. Scott L., b. at Amesbury, Mass., Mar, 16, 1890. 
iii. AiiONZO M., b. at Old Orchard, Jan. 18, 1^5. 

24. Alonzo Woodman" Carll {Edmund'' CarUy Hepsi- 
heth^ PittSy Hannah^ HamiUony Richardy^ Benjamirty^ Abel,^ 
Damd^)f son of Edmund' and Olive (Nason) Carll, was bom 
at Waterborough, Maine, April 4, 1845. He is a contractor 
and builder at Tonapha, Nev., and resides there. 

He married at Windham, N. H., February 28, 186S, Susie 
Wiggin Goding of Lowell, Mass. 
Children: 

28. i. Edmttnd AiiONZO,* b. at Lowell, Nov. 9S, 1868. 

29. ii. WnjJBTOX, b. at Lowell, July 8, 1866. 

SO. iii. LuELiiA OuvE, b. at SaCTamento, Cal., Aug. 7, 1869. 

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IBlic^fltb ^smiltoii 

%S. Florence Abbott* BAiitBT (Sarah^ Carll, Hepsibeth^ 
Pitts, Hannah^ HamiUon, Richard,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ Daoid}\ 
daughter of Benjamin F. and Sarah^ (Carll) Bailey, was bom 
at Lowell, Mass., December 16, 1854. 

She married at Clinton, N. H., April 18, JL872, Edwin 
Carleton Swift of Clinton, who died at Boston, Mass. 

Child, bom at Clinton: 

1. MabbTi,* b. Mar. Ii8, 1878; m. at Beverly (Prides Croflsing), 
Ma88.» Clarence Moore of Washington, D. C, who d, 
Apr. 14, 1912, a victim of the Titanic disaster. Children: 
1. Edwin Swift,^^ d. aged 5 years. 2. Jasper. 8. Claienoe. 

28. Ina Belle" Carll {Henry'' Carll, Hepsibeth^ Pitts, 
Hannah^ HamiUon, Richard,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
daughter of Henry^ and Nellie (Shorey) Carll, was bom at 
Lowell, Mass., February 23, 1866. 

She married at Lowell, November 11, 1891, William Booth 
of Lowell. 

Children, bom at Somerville, Mass. : 

i. Smmsrr Bobebt,* b. Oct. 11, 1898; d. Nov. 21, 1898. 
ii. Lbbtbr William, b. June 18, 1896. 

27. Robert Francib^ Carll {Charles'' Carll, Hepsibeth* 
Pitts, Hannah* HamiUon, Richard,^ Benjamin,^ Abel,* David^), 
son of Charles^ and Mary Ann (Benson) Carll, was bom at 
Greenfield, N. H., August 17, 1878. 

He married at Peterboro, N. H., June 19, 1907, Alice 
Nichols of Peterboro. 

Children, bom at Peterboro: 

i. BoT* (unnamed) b. Sept. 15, 1908; d. Sept, 16, 1908. 
ii. DoBOTHT F., b. Sept. 8, 1909. 

%8. Edmund Alonzo* Carll {Alonsso W.* CarU, Edmund'' 
CarU, Hepsibelh* Pitts, Hannah/^ Hamilton, Richard,^ Benja- 
min,^ Abel,* Damd^), son of Alonzo W.' and Susie W. (God- 
ing) Carll, was bom at Lowell, Mass., November 28, 1863. 

328 



He married at Lowell, November 24, 1886, Hattie Fille- 
brown Clark of Lowell. They reside at Chelmsford, Mass. 

Children, the first two bom at Lowell, the others at 
Chelmsford: 

i. Fbbd Edmund,^^ b. Apr. 27, 1888; d. at Lowell, Oct. 80, 1888. 

ii. Fbbd Edmund, b. Aug. 17, 1889. 

iii. OuvB Faustina, b. Feb. 20, 1892. 

iy. Arthur Nblbon, b. June 15, 1894. 



i89. WiLLiSTON* Carll {AUmsso W.^ CarU, Edmund^ 
CatUj Hepsibeik^ Pitts^ Hannah^ HamUUm^ Richard,^ Benja- 
min^^ Abely* Dtwid^), son of Alonzo W.» and Susie W. (Cod- 
ing) Carll, was bom at Lowell, Mass., July 8, 1866. 

He married at Lowell, April 7, 1886, Adeline Elizabeth 
Chase of Lowell. They reside at Chelmsford, Mass. 

Children, all bom at Chelmsford: 

81. i. Addib Mab,"' b. Mar. 9, 1889. 

82. ii. SxTBiE Mabia, b. Feb. 15, 1891. 
iii. Ebtbllb Mabbl, b. Nov. 12, 1898. 



80. LuELLA OuvB* Carll (Alonzo W.^ Carll, Edmund' 
Carll, Hepaibeth^ Pitts, Hannah* Hamilton, Richard,^ Benja- 
min,* Abd,* Daund}), daughter of Alonzo W.« and Susie W. 
(Coding) Carll, was bom at Sacramento, Cal., Aug. 7, 1869. 

She married at Lowell, Mass., December 22, 1886, Alfred 
Adelbert Lovejoy of Lowell. They reside at Sharon, Vt. 

Children, the first two bom at Lowell, the last at Chelms- 
ford, Mass. : 

i. Alfrbd Aionzo,^^ b. Sept. 27, 1888. 
ii. Cabll Adblbbrt, b. Apr. 18, 1891. 
iii. Lbbub Eugbnb, b. Nov. 29, 1894. 



Vett^ feneration 

31. Addie Mae^<^ Carll {WiUiston* Carll, Alonzo W.* 
Carll, Edmund'' Carll, Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah* Hamilton, 

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IBlic^arlii Hamilton 

Richard,* Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), daughtor of Williston* 
and Adeline E. (Chase) Carll, was bom at Chelmsford, 
Mass., March 9, 1889. 

She married at Chelmsford, Jan. 2, 1906, George Otis 
Nichols of Chelmsford. 

Children, bom at Chelmsford: 

i. GaoBOE WnjjBTON,^^ b. June 98, 1907. 
ii. EiiUEABXTH LooiBB, b. Sept. 29, 1909. 



82. SuBiB Mabia^o Caru. {WiUiOan* Caril, Ahmsso W} 
CarU, Edmund^ Carll, Hepsibeth* Pitts, Hannah* Hamilton, 
Richard,* Benjamin,* Abd,* Damd^), daughter of Williston* 
and Adeline £. (Chase) Carll, was bom at Chelmsford, 
Mass., Feb. 15, 1891. 

She married at Lowell, Mass., February 17, 1909, John 
Thomas Gleason of Lowell. 

Child: 

L Cabu. Thomas,^ b. Apr. 99, 1910. 



SSO 



anb 



Sow Hamtlton 

yonrtfi 6etierattoii 

8. JoHN^ Hamilton (Benjamin^* Abel^* Damd^)y son of 
Benjamin' and Experience (Walker) Hamilton, was bom at 
Berwick, Maine, January 20, 1766, and was baptized in the 
Second Parish, February 2S, 1767. 

He married, June 6, 1787, Judith Goodwin, bom at Cox- 
hall, June 14, 1768, died at Waterborough, January 14, 1856. 

He died at Waterborough, September 20, 1859. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

9. 1. Adbial,* b. Feb. S, 1788. 

li. IvoBT, b. July 17, 1790. At the age of 17 yean he left 
home and went to Portsmouth, N. H., whence he sailed 
for England. Nothing further is known of him. 

iiL Hannah, b. Mar. 88, 179£; d. at Waterborough, Dee. 14, 
1797. 

iv. DiBOO, b. Feb. 15, 1794; d. at Waterboiou^, Dec. 19, 1797. 

V. Jambb, b. Mar. 1, 1796; m. Motm and went to Cali- 
fornia. No further information is obtainable. 

10. vi. John, b. May 80, 1798. 

vii. BuFOB, b. Mar. S8, 1800; m. (1) at Gray, Me., Maiy Qme 
and removed to Little Rock, HI. In 1857 he returned to 
Maine; m. (2) Margaret Emery Lane and settled at Saoo 
where he d. in 1886. Children: 1. Frank.* 2. James. 
8. Royal. 4. Rufus. No records obtainable. 

viii. Eloabbth, b. Oct 18, 1802; d. Apr. ^, 1879. She never 
married and devoted many years to the care of her aged 
father and mother. 

11. is. DmoN, b. Mar. 4, 1805. 

12. X. OuvKB HouosB, b. Oct. 6, 1812. 



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Bfofiti Hamilton 

yiftb feneration 

0. Adbial* Hamilton (John,^ Benjamin^* Abd^* 
son of John^ and Judith (Goodwin) Hamilton, was bom i 
Waterborough, Maine, February S, 1788. He was a farmd 
He had a powerful physique, and, as his picture wool 
indicate, was a man of strong determination. His wit wi 
ready, but never sharp, and at all times he was a genii 
companion. He was a soldier in the War of 1812 wiq 
Great Britain, being stationed at Fort Constitution, neai 
Portsmouth, N. H. 

He married, March 28, 1810, Lovey Walker, bom si 
Waterborough, October SO, 1789, died there January 14, 
1867, daughter of Capt. Gideon and Abigail Walker. 

He died at Waterborough, September 28, 187S. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

IS. i. AbioaiIi Walueb,* b. Jan. 6, 1811. 

14. li. AiMiRJL, b. Sept. 6, 1814. 

15. iii. OuYK, b. Apr. 16, 1816. 

16. iv. IvoBT Walkkb, b. June 11, 1818. 

V. Nanct, b. Nov. 1, 1820; m. June, 1842, Alvin Knight, andd. 

at HoUis, Me., May 24, 1908; no issue, 
vi. Sabba R., b. May 5, 1822; d. Aug. 11, 1892; m. at Somen- 

worth, N. H., June 5, 1858, Heniy C. Noyes, who d. Feb. 

16, 1895. Child: Frank.' 
viL Girl (unnamed) ( twin), b. 1824; d. in infancy, 
viii. Girl (unnamed) (twin), b. 1824; d. in infancy, 
ix. SUBAN C, b. July 20, 1825; d. Apr. 16, 1842. 

17. X. Ebastub, b. Aug. 5, 1829. 

18. zi. EuzABBTH Janb, b. Sept. 6, 1888. 

10. John* Hamilton {John^^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), 
son of John^ and Judith (Goodwin) Hamilton, was bom at 
Waterborough, Maine, May SO, 1798. He lived ¥nth a 
society of Shakers at New Gloucester, Maine, after whidi 
he removed to Vassalboro, Maine. 

He married at Waterborough, about 1820, Sarah Tucka 
of Buckfield, Maine, who died at Vassalboro, January 10, 
1886. 

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Adrial Hauilton 



Hub; Setfcenbantfli 



He died at Vassalboro, December 27, 1886, and both are 
buried there. 

Children, all bom at Vassalboro: 

i. John Dbgatub,* b. 1821 ; d. unmarried at Vassalboro, Sept., 
1854. 

19. ii. CliARIBBA GOODBPBBD, b. Oct. 18, 1828. 

20. iii. Mabt Adeline, b. Aug. 81, 1828. 

21. iv. Benjamin Ames, b. July 4, 1828. 

V. FaANCBB, b. 1880; d. at Vassalboro, Sept. 28, 1849. 

vi. Sabah Elizabeth, b. 1882; d. at Vassalboro, Nov. 28, 1882. 

22. vii. Hannah Atkins, b. Nov. 5, 1886. 
28. viii. Jameb Rufub, b. June 18, 1842. 

is. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Feb. 1, 1844 ; m. at Boston, Biass., Feb. 
21, 1860, George Nelson Bennett of Brighton, Me. Child: 
George Walter.^ 

24. X. Adeline Reed, b. Nov. 25, 1844. 

25. xi. Henbt Ltonb, b. Sept. 8, 1846. 

26. xii. Ella Adelia, b. 1847. 



11. DiMON» Hamilton {Johrty^ Benjamin^* Ahd^ Damd})^ 
son of John^ and Judith (Goodwin) Hamilton, was bom at 
V^aterborough, Maine, March 4, 1805. 

He married at West Bridgewater, Mass., October 10, 
1834, Elizabeth Dunbar, who died at Weymouth, Mass. 

He died at Houghton, Mass. 

Child, bom at North Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass.: 

27. L John N. M.,* b. Sept. 20, 1885. 



12. Oliveb HouiCES* Hamilton {John^^ Benjamifiy* 
Abdy* Damd})^ son of John^ and Judith (Goodwin) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, October 6, 1812. 

He married, February 1, 1834, Elvira Foster Willis of 
North Bridgewater (Brockton), Mass., who died at Brock- 
ton, July 28, 1899. 

In May, 1852, he went to California, remaining there 
until his death, which occurred at Sacramento, September 
29, 1863. 

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Children: 

88. i. LuciUB MoBTON,* b. at Dorchester, Mass,, June 10, 1835. 

u. Lkbot Sumderland, b. at Milton, Mass., Jan. 11, 18S7; d. at 
E. Bridgewater in 1894; m. Eliza Horton who d. at E. 
Bridgewater in 1902 ; no issue. He served in the Civil War 
in Co. C, 42 Begt., Biass. Vol. Militia. 

iii. JoBSPHiMS Elviba, b. at North Bridgewater, Feb. 1, 18S9; 
m. in 1857, Lorenzo L. Byram, and d. at E. Bridgewater in 
1901. Children: 1, 2. Twin girls, b. 1858; d. in infancy. 
8. Annie Washburn, b.^ 1868; d. 1865. 4. Bertnmd 
Branch, b. 1867; d. 1879. 

iv. AiiONZO Spattlding, b. at North Bridgewater, July 15, 1841. 
He was a soldier in the regular army and was stationed at 
Jefferson, Tex., at the time of his death, Aug. 14, 1869. 
29. v. Eluen AbdeIiLE, b. at N. Bridgewater, Dec. 2, 1844. 

vi. Clara HoufEs, b. at N. Bridgewater, Mar. 15, 1846; m. Apr. 
28, 1869, Henry Murry Bartlett of N. Bridgewater, who d. 
at Brockton, Nov. 9, 1909. Child : Mattie Webster,^ b. at 
Brockton, Sept. 7, 1870; d. there Jan. 4, 1879. Mrs. Bart- 
lett resides at Brockton. 

80. vii. Chablbb Lticak, b. at N. Bridgewater, July 17, 1848. 

81. viii. EuzABSTH Emma, b. at N. Bridgewater, July 24, 1850. 

82. ix. Adeuaidb Emebson, b. at N. Bridgewater, Sept. 9, 1852. 



13. Abigail Walker* Hamilton {Adrial,* John,^ Benja- 
min^* Abdy* DcaAd})^ daughter of Adrial* and Lovey (Walka) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, January 6» 
1811. 

She married, October 7, 18S1, Orin Guptill, bom at Water- 
borough, November 2, 1802, died there June 24, 1853. 

She died at Waterborough, May 26, 1887. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

88. i. Chablbb,' b. July d2, 1882. 
84. ii. Jamxb, b. July 21, 1884. 

ill. HAiciim>N, b. Oct. 1, 1886; m. Nov. 18, 1869, Sarah Mdiasa 
Taylor, daughter of John D. Taylor of Waterborough* anci 
d. at Waterborough, Feb. 15, 1902; no issue, 
iv. Samuxl, b. Sept. 24, 1889; d. unnumried at Waterboiougfaf 
July 11, 1900. 

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S5. V. SuBAN Hamilton, b. Mar. 21, 1842. 

vi. Sabra Vebona, b. June 23, 1844; d. at North Kennebunk, 
Me., Sept. 27, 1905; m. July 4, 1862, Samuel H.^ Carll, b. 
at Waterborouj^, Oct. 12, 1841, son of Nathaniel^ (Charity 
HamtiUm, Ahd^ Benjamin? Abd? Davi^), and 
(Smith) Carll. For fanuly, see page 266. 

vii. BoT (unnamed), b. Mar. 16, 1847; d. Mar. 18, 1847. 

viii. Gnu. (unnamed), b. Jan. 18, 1848; d. Feb. 2, 1848. 

ix. Abbis, b. Jan. 18, 1848; d. Oct. 2, 1850. 

z. Obix, b. Jan. 18, 1848; d. Oct. 10, 1850. 
86. xi. Abbie LuciIiLa, b. Dec. 21, 1850. 



14* Almira* Hamilton {Adridly* John,^ Benjamin,^ Abely^ 
Daoid}), daughter of Adrial^ and Lovey (Walker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 6, 1814. 

She married at Waterborough, November iS, 1884, Joshua 
Knight, bom at Waterborough, August 10, 1809, died at 
Cornish, Maine, May 28, 1862. 

She died at Cornish, February 12, 1896. 

Children, the first bom at Hiram, Maine, the others at 
Waterborough: 

87. i. Habbist Fbakces,^ b. Sept. 6, 1886. 

88. ii. MsussA, b. Nov. 22, 1888. 

89. iii. RoBCOE Gbben, b. Jan. 80, 1848. 



15. Olive* Hamilton (Adrialy^ John^^ Benjamin,* Ahdy^ 
DaoidS), daughter of Adrial* and Lovey (Walker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 16, 1816. 

She married, October 81, 1851, James Clement, bom at 
Berwick, Maine, June 24, 1796, died at Somersworth, N. H., 
September 29, 1874. 

She died at Dover, N. H., March 2, 1895. 

Child, bom at Berwick: 

i. Ida Mat,' b. Jan. 28, 1855. 

16. IvoRT Walker* Hamilton (Adrialy* Jokn,^ Benja- 
min,* Abel,* Daund}), son of Adrial* and Lovey (Walker) 

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Bfofiti Hamilton 

Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 11, 1818. 
He was a farmer, residing upon the farm settled by his 
grandfather, John Hamilton, and later occupied by his 
father, Adrial Hamilton. He was a man of cheerful and 
kind disposition and popular among his townspeople. 
While carrying on his farm, which he never neglected, his 
chief delight was in riding, and in the piu^uit of game with 
which that locality aboimded. He was never happier 
than when with his dog and gun he wandered over the 
hills and through the woods of his native town, and he 
usually returned well laden. When the Civil War broke out 
the martial spirit which he inherited from his father and 
grandfather was developed, and he enlisted, together with 
his son Dimon, in August, 1862, in Company I of the First 
Maine Cavalry, but was later transferred to Company F 
of the same division. He was in the battle of Fredericks- 
burg, where he rendered important service, being detailed 
as a carrier of dispatches, and had the thrilling experience 
of having two horses shot from under him, his clothing 
riddled with bullets, and the top of his cap torn away by a 
piece of shell. In March, 1864, he and his son Dimcm 
were taken prisoners in Kilpatrick's raid through Virginia, 
and were confined in libby Prison and on Belle Isle. After 
this experience he was unable to join his regiment and was 
transferred to the Invalid Corps and did duty until he was 
mustered out in July, 1865. At the dose of the war he 
returned to his farm, which he carried on imtil his death, 
which occurred June 20, 1904. 

He married in 1841, Belinda Andrews, bom at Water- 
borough, August 22, 1824, died there May 16, 1889, daughter 
of Daniel Andrews. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough : 

i. Annib Mabia/ b. Mar. 28, 1842; m. at Waterborough, Not. 
26, 1868, Daniel Chesley, who hdd a responsible posi- 
tion with the Great Falls Bleachery at Somersworth, for 
many years. He d. Apr. 25, 1002, and is buried in 
Forest Glade Cemetery, Somerswortih. 
40. ii. DniON, b. Apr. 25, 1843. 

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41. ill. SuBAN Agnbb, b. June 18, 1845. 

42. iv. Ambbl Andrews, b. Aug. 22, 1847. 

V. Havxn Axtgubtub, b. May 10, 1849; m. at Waterborough in 
1887, Susan A. Lord of limerick. Me., who d. at Water- 
borough, June IS, 1901; no issue. 
48. vi. Chablbb Cabboll, b. Apr. 80, 1851. 

44. vii. Frank Euoknb, b. Jan. 14, 1858. 
▼ill. Henrt Mnm>N, b. Oct. 17, 1855. 

45. ix. Bbbtha LomsB, b. Feb. 7, 1859. 



17. Ebabtus* Hamiltok {Adrial,^ Jokn^^ Benjamin^ 
Abdf* D(wid})y son of Adrial* and Lovey (Walker) Hunilton, 
was bom at Waterborough, Maine, August 5, 1829. 

He married first at Somersworth, Diantha Spendergrass; 
and secondly at Somersworth, in 1856, Mary Jane Pinkhain, 
bom at Newfield, Maine, Sept. 6, 18S5, died at Somers- 
worth, Febmary 2, 1864. 

He died at Somersworth, July 1, 1865, and he and his 
second wife are buried at Newfield (Maplewood). 

Children by second wife, all bom at Somersworth: 

i. Cora Brule,' b. Oct. 25, 1859; d. July 16, 1800. 

ii. Frrd AijBert, b. about 1880; m. (1) Ida May Decatur, who 

d. Mar. 8, 1890; m. (2) Fuller. Clijld by first 

wife: Lena May,* b. at Somersworth Aug., 1888. 
40. ill. GxoRGR, b. Nov. 16, 1868. 

18. EuzABBTH Jane* Hamilton {AdrialJ^ John,^ Benjc^ 
win^ Abd^ Damd}), daughter of Adriid* and Lovey (Walker) 
Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, September 6, 
18SS. 

She married, July 15, 1858, Darling Huntress Chad- 
bourne, bom at Waterborough, September 18, 1826, died at 
Chelsea, Mass., March 1, 1886. 

She died at Hollis Centre, Maine, October 12, 1878. 

Children: 

i. BAiun^ Stswabt,' b. at Dimlqrk, Yfia.^ March 27, 1861; nu 
Abbie Sweetser, daughter of John W. Sweetser of Saoo, 
Me., and d. at Saoo, June 14, 1890; no issue. 

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5o^ Hamtltoti 



ii. AxrouBTUB Cabst, b. at Salem, Mass., Dec 29, 186S. 

iii. Maud Gowsix*, b. at Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 18, IMO; d. at 

Someraworth (Great FaUs), N. H., Nov. 8, 1870. 
47. iv. Paul Mobtdos, b. at Chelsea, Mass., Dec. 15, 1872. 

▼. Sabra Fat, b. at Chelsea, Biar. 27, 187$; d. there July 27. 

1875. 



10. Clarissa Goodspbbd* Hamilton {Jokn^^ John,^ 
Benjamin^* Abd^^ DcmcfO* daughter of JoW and Sarah 
(Tucker) Hamilton, was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, October 
18, 1828. 

She married three times: first Jason Chadboume of 
Waterborough; secondly Charles Smith of Bath, Maine; 
and thirdly Capt. Davis Blanchard of Litchfield, Maine, 
who died tliere September 16, 1891. 

She died at Litchfield, August 29, 1902, and she and her 
third husband are buried at Litchfield. 

Children by third husband, bom at Richmond, Maine: 

i. Elc^btr,^ b. Oct. 17, 1861; m. J. F. Vamey of Halloiv^ 
Me. They have three children. 

48. ii. LiswxLLTN, b. Feb. 19, 1868. 

20. Mart Adeunb* Hamilton {John,* John,^ Benjamin^^ 
Abel,* Damd}), daughter of John* and Sarah (Tucker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, August SI, 1826. 

She married at Augusta, Maine, May IS, 1849, Jos^h 
Smith of Hallowell, Maine, who died at Buckingham, HI., 
October 14, 1888. 

She died at Norton, HL, November 6, 1896, and both are 
buried at Norton. 

Children: 

49. i. John Dscatub,' b. at Hallowell, Dec. 7, 1850. 

50. ii. Claba Blanchabd, b. at Hallowell, Dec. 18» 1854. 

51. iii. Gbobob Feanklin, b. at Norton, HI., June 9, 1859. 

iv. WnjJAM AuouBTUB, b. at Norton, May 22, 1862; d. at Noi^ 

ton. Mar. 14, 1868. 
▼. Hbnbt Josbph, b. at NorUm, Apt. 14, 1864; d. there Sept. 22, 

1865. 

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21. Benjamin Ames* Hamilton {John,^ John,* Benjor 
min,* Abd,^ David^), son of John* and Sarah (Tucker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, July 4, 1828. 

He married at Vassalboro, in 1852, Laura Ayers, bom at 
Vassalboro, September 7, 18S5, died there September S, 
1900. 

He died at Vassalboro, February 11, 1906, and both are 
buried at Vassalboro (Riverside). 

Children, all bom at Vassalboro: 

i. Hebbbbt A.,^ b. May 81» 1855; d. Sept. 19» 1855. 

ii. Fbsd L., b. Dec. 28, 1850; d. Jan. 90, 1858. 

iii. Fbank L., b. Aug. 27, 1859; d. Sept. 8, 1860. 

iv. N. Belub, b. Dec. 9, 1868; d. Nov. 15, 1869. 



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22. Hannah Atkins* Habolton (Johriy^ Jokn\ Benjor 
min^ Abd,* Dcmd})y daughter of John^ and Sarah (Tucker) 
Hamilton, was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, November 5, 
18S5. 

She married at Vassalboro, August 15, 1856, John Newton 
Russell of Nobleboro, Maine, who died at Vassalboro, Octo- 
ber 3, 1901. 

Children: 

Fbank Euoknx,^ b. at Nobleboro, June 25, 1857. 

Edith Eli^etta, b. at Vaasalboro, Sept. 17, 1858. 

Mabkl Euzabbth, b. at Nobleboro, Feb. 11, 1860. 

Chablbb ELubby, b. at Damariscotta, Maine, June 8, 1872; 
m. at Vaasalboio, Oct 80, 1906, Flora Trask of Vassal- 
boro; no issue. 



23. James Rufus* ELuolton {Johny* John,* Benjamin,* 
Abd,* David^), son of John* and Sarah (Tucker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, June IS, 1842. On August 
12, 186S, he entered the United States service as a private 
in Co. B, 17th Regt. Maine Vol. Infantry, and served tiiroi^h- 
out the Civil War. 

He married at Williamsport, Pa., August 27, 1868, Annie 

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Jfofitt Hamilton 

L. Tschopp of Williamsport. Their place of residence is 
Emporium, Pa. 
Child: 

i. Ida V.J b. at Williaiiisport, June 15, 1871; (L at Veit 
Cnu, Pa.» Sept. 15, 1876. 

54. Adeline Reed* Habolton {John^* John^ Benjamifiy* 
Ahdy^ David}) 9 daughter of John* and Sarah (Tucker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, November 25, 1844. 

She married at Augusta, Maine, March 7, 1862, Edward 
E. Myrick of Augusta, who died there December 28, 1901. 

She died at Augusta, October 11, 1904, and both are buried 
there. 

Child, bom at Vassalboro: 

55. i. Mabt ^oth,' b. Aug. 14, 1889. 

25m Henry Lyons* ELuhlton {John^^ John^^ Benjamin,* 
Abd^* David}) f son of John* and Sarah (Tucker) Hamilton, 
was bom at Vassalboro, Maine, September S, 1846. He 
enlisted at Augusta, Maine, in 1861 in the Fifth Maine 
Battery, and served throughout the Civil War. 

He married Susan Ann Burgess of Winslow, Maine. 

They now reside at Ashland, Wis. 

Children, the first three bom at Williamsport, Pa., the last 
at Pequaming, Mich. : 

M. 1. Leoeib,^ b. June 28, 1870. 

ii. LoiTiBB, b. Nov. 4, 1879; m. at AflUand, Wis., Jan. 7, 
1899, Louis William Griggs of Duiuth, Minn., who d. si 
Buffalo, N. Y., July 8, 1908; no issue. He was a marine 
engineer and was agent for the marine department of 
the Standard Oil Company. 

iii. Habbt, b. Oct. 4, 1888. 

iv. Gkbtbude, b. July 10, 1890; d. in infancy. 

29. 'EumA. AdkTiTa* Hamilton (John^^ Jditiy* Benjamin,* 
Abelf* David^)^ daughter of John* and Sarah (Tucker) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at Vassalboro (Riverside), Maine, in 1847. 

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She married at Boston^ Mass., May 4, 1866, Stephen M. 
Winters, bom at New York, November 25, 1837. He is a 
carriage builder at New London, Conn. 

She died at Riverside, June 21, 1890. 

Child, born at Riverside : 

57. i. Gtnr Hamilton,^ b. Dec. 27, 1870. 

)87. John N. M.' Hamilton (i!>tmon,* JohUy^ Benjamin^* 
Abdy^ David}), son of Dimon' and Elizabeth (Dunbar) Hamil- 
ton, was bom at North Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass., 
September 20, 1885. 

He married at East Stoughton (now Avon), Mass., Oct. 
28, 1862, Cordelia R. Hayward of East Stoughton. They 
reside at Avon. 

Children, all bom at East Stoughton: 

58. i. Lillian J.,^ b. Apr. 27, 1864. 

59. ii. Hebbkbt F. (twin), b. Feb. 22, 1868. 

60. iii. Herman A. (twin), b. Feb. 22, 1868. 

61. iv. John L., b. July 6, 1877. 



28. Lucius Morton* Hamilton {pivoer JBT.,* Jokn,^ Ben- 
jamifiy* Abely* Daoid}), son of Oliver H.* and Elvira F. 
(Willis) Hamilton, was bom at Dorchester, Mass., June 10, 
18S5. He served in the Civil War in Co. 6, 56th R^. 
Mass. Vol. Militia; enlisted December 28, 1863, and was 
discharged June 28, 1864. 

He married at East Bridgewater, Mass., July 16, 185S, 
Mary Augusta Johnson of East Bridgewater. 

He died at East Weymouth, Mass., February 26, 1865, and 
is buried at Brockton. 

Child, bom at East Bridgewater: 

62. i. MoBTON WsLUffONT,^ b. Aug. 10, 1854. 



29. Ellen Ardelle* Hamilton {Oliver H.,* John^^ Ben- 
jamifiy* Abely* Damd^), daughter of Oliver H.' and Elvira F. 

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Jfofin Hamilton 

(Willis) Hamilton, was bom at North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton), Mass., December 2, 1844. 

She married at East Bridgewater, March 11, 1885, 
Leonard Vose. 

Children, bom at Brockton : 

68. L Mabsh Ei^ton,^ b. Nov. 21 » 1865. 
64. ii. Sadix FoBTEB, b. May 17» 1874. 



30. Charles Lyican* Hamilton {Oliver JET.,^ John,^ Ben- 
jamin^* Abel,* Damd}), son of Oliver H.* and Elvira F. 
(Willis) Hamilton, was bom at North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton), Mass., July 17, 1848. 

He married, January 25, 1871, Henrietta P. Cook of South 
Abington, Mass. They reside at Brockton. 

Children, the first bom at South Abington, the others at 

Brockton: 

i. Etta Frances,^ b. Dec. 5, 1878; d. at Brocktoo, Oct. 18, 

1888. 
ii. Abthur WiiisoN, b. May 18, 1876. 
iii. Frank Evebbtt, b. Nov. 17, 1878. 

31. Elizabeth Emma* ELuolton {Oliver ff.,^ J<An^^ 
Benjamin^* Abd,^ Damd}), daughter of Oliver H.^ and Elvira 
F. (Willis) Hamilton, was bom at North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton), Mass., July 24, 1850. 

She married at North Bridgewater, Wilbur Webst^ of 
that town, who died at Boston, Mass., July 12, 1905, and is 
buried at East Jaffrey, N. H. He was a manufacturer. 

She resides at East Jaffrey. 

Children, all bom at East Jaffrey: 

i. Abthub Mubbt^ b. Apr. 14, 1878; d. at East Jaftey, Dec. 

«7, 1878. 
ii. Alice Elvira, b. Mar. 28, 1875; d. at East Jaffrey, i^r. 9, 

1875. 
iii. Wilbur Eiacsb, b. Mar. 21, 1877. He was representative 

from Jaffrey to the General Court of New Hampshire in 

1907 and 1008. 

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iv. Claba Ethel, b. Feb. 11, 1879; d. at East Jaffrey» July 28, 
1879. 

32. Adelaide Emerson^ Habolton {Oliver H.,^ John^^ 
Benjamin^ Ahd^ Damd})^ daughter of Oliver H.^ and Elvira 
F. (Willis) Hamilton, was bom at North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton), Mass., September 9, 1862. 

She married first at North Bridgewater, January 25, 1871, 
Horace Lothrop Shurtleff of that town, who died there July 
10, 1880; and secondly at Brockton, November 24, 1886, 
Frank H. Josselyn of Brockton, who died there March 10, 
1909. , 

Children by first husband : 

05. i. Horace Alonzo,^ b. at Brockton, Nov. 4, 1871. 

66. ii. Edfth Russeli*, b. at Brockton, Aug. 27, 1875. 

67. iii. Fbed Lewis, b. at East Bridgewater, Sept. 8, 1877. 

i^ebentfi titoteratton 

33. Charles^ Guptill {Abigail W.* HamiUon, Adrial,^ 
John,^ Benjamiriy* Abd^^ David}) y son of Orin and Abigail W.* 
(Hamilton) Guptill, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
July 22, 1832. 

He married at Waterborough, September 28, 1862, Abbie 
Thing, who died at South Boston, Mass., May 16, 1903, 
daughter of Gilman Thing of Waterborough. i 

He died at Scarboro, Maine, October 2, 1893. 

Children, the first three bom at Westbrook, Maine, the i 

others at South Boston, Mass. : \ 

68. i. Chablbb Thino,^ b. Dec. 19, 1868. 
ii. Obin Frank, b. Sept. 27, 1865. 

69. iii. Herbert Cobubn, b. Sept. 80, 1867. 

70. iv. Frederick Oilman, b. Feb. 20, 1870. 

71. V. Samuel Henry, b. Aug. 7, 1878. 

34. Jabcbs^ Guptill {Abigail W.^ Hamilton^ Adrial,^ 
Jokn,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* DavidS), son of Qrin and Abigail 

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Jfofitt ^amtltott 

W/ (Hamilton) Guptill, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
July 21, 1834. 

He married at Somersworth, N. H., June 18, 1864, 
Matilda A. Kimball, bom at Waterborough, August 17, 
1842, daughter of David Kimball. 

He died at Waterborough, December 13, 1898. 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

i. Abthub Jamsb,' b. Oct. S, 1805; m. Dec. 9, 1886, Miimie 
Swan of Waterborough, and d. Aug. 25, 1905. Child : Rose 
May,' b. Oct. 2, 1888; d. June 16, 1891. 

72. ii. Minnie Emma, b. June 28, 1867. 

73. iii. William Edoab, b. Sept. 10, 1872. 

iv. LiLLA Mat, b. Aug. 14, 1875; d. June 14, 1889. 
V. Abbix Sabra, b. Mar. 27, 1877; d. July 17, 1896. 

35. Susan ELuolton^ Guptiu. (Abigail W* HamiUon, 
Adrial,^ John^^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David^), daughter of Orin 
and Abigail W.* (Hamilton) Guptill, was bom at Wato- 
borough, Maine, March 21, 1842. 

She married at Maiden, Mass., August 5, 1869, Jerome 
Harrison Wilson, bom at Saugus, Mass., May 1, 1844, died 
there December 10, 1884. 

She died at Lynn, Mass., January S, 1886, and she and 
her husband are buried at Saugus. 

Children, all bom at Saugus: 

i. ELuBBT Jkbomb,* b. July, 1871 ; d. aged 2 days, 
ii. Alicb Mabxl, b. July 19, 1872. 

74. iii. Habbibon Obin, b. Oct. 15, 1873. 



38. Abbie Lucilla^ Guptill (Abigail TT.* HamiUm, 
AdrialJ^ John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* DavidS), daughter of Orin 
and Abigail W.* (Hamilton) Guptill, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, December 21, 1850. 

She married at Waterborough, August 20, 1871, Charles 
W. Thompson, bom at Chelsea, Mass., May SO, 1844, son 
of Henry Thompson, a native of Waterborough, who, in 
early life, settled in Chelsea where he became the owner of 

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much valuable real estate. Upon his retirement from busi- 
ness he returned to Waterborough and erected the dwelling 
house now occupied by his son who is a prosperous farmer. 
Child, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Chebtkb Garfield,' b. Feb. 12, 1881; m. at Portiand, 
IMQune, July 22, 1006, Floy Estelle Hoir, bom at Portland, 
June 14, 1890; no issue. 

37. Harriet Frances^ Knight {Almira* Hamilton^ 
AdrioX^John^^ Benjamin^* Abel,* David?), daughter of Joshua 
and Almira* (Hamilton) Knight, was bom at Hiram, Maine, 
September 6, 1836. 

She married at Cornish, Maine, February 22, 1857, Edwin 
R. Head of Conway, N. H., who died at Somersworth, N. H., 
April 21, 1882. 

She died at Somersworth, March 22, 189S, and both are 
buried at Cornish, Maine. 

Child, bom at Nottingham, N. H. : 

i. Lulu Ebtella,^ b. Sept. 16, 1872; m. at Lynn, Mass., June 
27, 189S, James F. Doyle of Halifax, N. S. ; no issue. They 
reside at Brockton, Bd^uB. 

38. Melisba^ Knight {Almiraf Hamilton, Adrial,^ John,^ 
Benjamin,^ Abd,* Dadd}), daughter of Joshua and Ahnira* 
(Hamilton) Knight, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, 
November 22, 18S8. 

She married, November, 1859, Francis Albert Home, 
bom at Milton, N. H., May 28, 1831, died at Somersworth, 
N. H., July 8, 1901. 

She died at Somersworth, December 1, 1904, and she and 
her husband are buried there. 

Children : 

75. i. Chablbb K.,* b. at Cornish, Me., Mar. 10, 1861. 

76. ii. Lbua M., b. at SomersworUi, Oct. 85, 1868. 

39. RoscoB Gbeen' Knight {Almira* Hamiltan, Adrial,^ 
John,* Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), son of Joshua and Almira* 

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(Hamilton) Knight, was bom at Waterborough» IMbdne, 
January SO, 1843. 

He married, June IS, 1864, Emily Warren, bom at Hiram, 
Maine, December 26, 1840, died at Cornish, Maine, Octob^ 
10, 1879, daughter of Nathaniel and Mercy (Sanborn) 
Warren. He resides at Cornish. 

Children, all bom at Cornish : 

i. Jmniob May,* b. Nov. 16, 1865; m. Aug. 90, 1891, John M. 

Woodman, bom at Greenwich, N. S., July 18, 18dS; no 

issue. They reside at Cornish, 
ii. Xjzsib a., b. Jan. 29, 1867. 
iii. SuBix Pbatt, b. July 25, 1869; d. at Cornish, Dec 28» 1875. 

40. DmoN' ELkMiLTON (Ivory W.,* Adrial^^ John;^ Benja- 
min,* Abd,^ Dcmd}), son of Ivory W.,^ and Belinda (An- 
drews) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, Maine, April 
25, 184S. ^ At the age of nineteen he enlisted, with his father, 
in Company I of the First Maine Cavalry, and was after- 
wards transferred to Company F of the same regiment. 
He participated in nearly all of the terrible battles in which 
that regiment was engaged, through all of which he passed 
unscathed. In March, 1864, he was taken prisoner at the 
same time as his father in Kilpatrick's raid through Vir- 
ginia. He was one of the seventeen of his Company who 
marched into Richmond with General Grant, in April, 1865. 

He married at Saco, Maine, August 29, 187S, Elizabeth 
Smith of Saco, who died at Portsmouth, N. H., Dec^nber 
18, 1878. 

He died at Norway, Maine, October 10, 1901, and both 
are biuied there. 

Children: 

i. Balpr Waldo,* b. at Saoo, Aug. 15, 1875; d. at Portsmouth, 

Dec. 18, 1878. 
ii. Chablbb Burton, b. at Waterborough, June 21, 1877. 

41. Susan Agnbs' Hxyavtos {Ivory W.,* AdrUd,* John^ 
Benjamin,* Abel,* Daivid}), daughter of Ivory W.* and Be- 

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linda (Andrews) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, June 18, 1845. 

She married, July S, 1869, James Albert Locke, bom at 
Somersworth, N. H., February 8, 1847, in which city he 
retamed his residence until the time of his death, Janu- 
ary 19, 1912. He was intimately connected with the in- 
terests and welfare of the city, and was regarded as one 
of its leading citizens. He was educated in the public 
schools, and after his majority carried on the grocery busi- 
ness for a short time. He also held the office of select- 
man of the town. He enlisted in the United States Navy, 
August 16, 1862, being then only fifteen years of age, from 
which he was honorably discharged March 10, 186S, and 
ten days afterward re-enlisted, from which enlistment he 
was discharged May 6, 1864, and re-enlisted August 22, 
1864, and was discharged September 7, 1867. He was 
then a member of Admiral, then Lieutenant, Dewey's gig 
crew. He served in the state senate in 1901, and was 
afterward a member of the constitutional convention of 
New Hampshire. For twenty-four years he was yard 
superintendent of the Great Falls Manufacturing Company, 
where" his career was upright and honorable. He was an 
affectionate and devoted husband, a kind and generous 
father, and his home was the abode of domestic happiness. 

Children, all bom at Somersworth : 

L Gtnr Howard,^ b. Feb. 26, 1871; m. (1) at Someraworth* 
June 7, 1899, Maiy Jane B£arootte of Rochester, N. H., 
who d. Apr. 18, 1905; m. (9) at Melrose Highlands, 
Mass., Apr. 80, 1907, Blanche Boss of Castine, Me.; no 
issue. 

ii. BoT HAMn/roN, b. Nov. 4, 1872; m. at Somersworth, June 
26, 1900, Emma Charlotte Hatch of Somersworth. 
Chad: Sara Agnes*, b. Mar. 1, 1912. 

77. iii. Enwnf Cmcih, b. Dec. 28, 1876. 

78. iv. Annis Bbllb, b. Jan. 28, 1879. 

V. SuBAN AoKSB, b. Jan. 27, 1882. She was graduated from 
the Somersworth High School in the Class of 1900; later 
wasa student at Smith College, and at present is a teacher 
at Somersworth. 

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42. Ansel Andrews' Hamilton {Ivory IF./ Adrial,* 
John,* Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), son of Ivory W.* and Be- 
linda (Andrews) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, August 22, 1847. 

He married at Ljrman (Gkx>dwin's Mills), Maine, July 25, 
1876, Jane Kimball, bom at Lyman, December 1, 1852; 
died at Biddeford, Maine, July 17, 1896. He resides at 
Biddeford. 

Children: 

79. i. Gbbtbuds EstxUjA,* b. at Lyman, Me., Nov. 21, 1880. 

ii. Gbotee Clbvslakd, b. at Lyman, Aug. 1, 1884. He served 
in the United States Regular Anny; was stationed at Foit 
Leavenworth, Kan., also at the Philippine Islands. 

iii. Adbial, b. at Biddefcnd, Nov. 28, 1888. 

48. Chablbb Carroll' Hamilton (Ivory W.,* Adrial,^ 
John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Ivory W.* and Be- 
linda (Andrews) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, April SO, 1851. 

He married, August 24, 1877, Martha A. Gerry of Limer- 
ick, Maine. They reside at Sanford, Maine* 

Children, all bom at Waterborough: 

80. i. EuzABSTH May,* b. Nov. 29, 1878. 

81. ii. IvoBT Chablbb, b. May 16, 1880. 

82. iii. HowABD Davib, b. July 10, 1886. 

44. Fbamk Eugene^ Hamilton (Ivory W.,^ Adrial,* 
John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Ivory W.* and Be- 
linda (Andrews) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, January 14, 1853. 

He married first, in 1878, Mary Belle Gerry of Limerick, 
Maine, who died at Waterborough, February 18, 1887; and 
secondly, July 21, 1895, Nellie E. Pendexter of Limerick. 

He died at Waterborough, July 4, 1909. 

Child by first wife: 

i. Frank Jkbss,' b. at Waterborough, Mar. 8, 1879 ; m. (1) May 
SI, 1902, Nellie May Chase of Waterboioiigh, who d. there 

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June ftO, 1908; m. (2) at Sanford, Me., Dec. 97, 1909, l/Tilda 
M. McCrillis of Waterborough; no issue. They reside at 
Sanford. 



45. Bertha Louise^ Hamilton (Ivory W.^^ Adrialy^ 
John^^ Benjamin^* Abel,* Damd}), daughter of Ivory W.* and 
Belinda (Andrews) Hamilton, was bom at Waterborough, 
Maine, February 7, 1859. 

She married first, March 28, 1886, Frank Allen of Water- 
borough; and secondly, May 8, 1907, George Byron Milliken 
of Saco, Maine. 

Children by first husband, bom at Waterborough: 

i. Agnisb Belinda,^ b. Nov. 94, 1887; m. at Dover, N. H., 
Dec. 19, 1904, Claude 6. Sidney of Dover; no issue. 

ii. Clabencb Bubton, b. Jan. 10, 1889; m. Feb. 12, 1909, Mel- 
vina Dixon; no issue. 

46. George' HABm/roN (Erarius,* Adrial,^ John,* Benjor 
min^* Abel,* Damd}), son of Erastus* and Mary J. (Pinkham) 
Hamilton, was bom at Somersworth, N. H., Nov. 16, 186S. 

He married at HoUis, Maine, March 10, 1892, Annie Carle, 
daughter of Thomas Carle of HoUis» and they reside at HoUis 
Centre. 

Children, bom at Hollis: 

i. Mabxllb,' b. Jan. 10, 1898. 
ii. Fbbd, b. Feb. 8, 1897. 

47. Paul MoRTDiER' Chadbourne (JEliaabeth J.* HamU- 
ton, Adrialy* John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Dcmd}), son of Darling 
H. and Elizabeth J.* (Hamilton) Chadbourne, was bom at 
Chelsea, Mass., December 15, 1872. 

He married at Lyman (Goodwin's Mills), Maine, Novem- 
ber 27, 1895, Bertha N. Warren of Lyman. 
He died at Saco, Maine, May 4, 1899. 
Child, bom at Goodwin's Mills : 

i. Baiuht Paul Brackbtt,^ b. Oct. 1, 1896. 

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48. Llewellyn^ Blanchard {Clarissa 6.* HamHUm, 
John,^ JohUy^ Benjamin^* Abdy* Dairid})^ son of Capt. Davis 
and Clarissa G/ (Hamilton) Blanchard, was bom at Rich- 
mond, Maine, February 19, 1866. He is engaged in a 
lumber and manufacturing business at Denver, Col., and 
resides there. 

He married at Chicopee, Mass., July 14, 1886, Anna 
Florence Smith of Litchfield Plains, Maine. 
Children, all bom at Litchfield Plains : 

i. MiTjiARD Hbnry,^ b. Apr. 23» 1887. 
ii. Adesta Mat, b. Aug. 11, 1888. 
iii. Cabolinb Smith, b. Sept. 29, 1897. 

49. John Decatur' Sboth (Mary A.* HamiUon, John,^ 
Johrty^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ Damd^), son of Joseph and Mary 
A.* (Hamilton) Smith, was bom at Hallowell, Maine, Decem- 
ber 7, 1860. 

He married at Kankakee, Bl., March 3, 1880, Paulina 
Bryant of Norton, 111. Their place of residence is Susque- 
hanna, Pa. 

Children, bom at Norton : 

i. Mabel Clasb,^ b. Dec. 28, 1881. 
ii. Flobsncb Evxltn, b. July 20, 1887. 

50. Clara Blanchard' Smith {Mary A.* HamiUon, 
John,* Jokn,^ Benjamin^* Abdy* Damd}), daughter of Joseph 
and Mary A.* (Hamilton) Smith, was bom at Hallowell, 
Maine, December 18, 1854. 

She married at Norton, BL, January 2, 1873, Erastus 
Carpenter. 
She died at Norton, December 26, 1883. 
Child, bom at Norton: 

i. Fbbd,* b. Oct. 11, 1874; m. at Rolfe, Iowa, Feb., 1887, Amu 
Unger of Norton. Child: Clarence,' b. at Bolfe. 

51. Gbgbge Franklin^ Sahth {Mary A.^ HamiUany 
Jokn,^ John,^ Benjamin,* Abd,* David}), son of Joseph and 

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Mary A.* (Hamilton) Smith, was bom at Norton, HI., Jmie 
9, 1859. He has been a mail carrier at Rolfe, Iowa, for a 
period of seven years; his son, Guy, is also a mail carrier. 

He married at Kankakee, HI., December 10, 1884, Amelia 
Prussner of Reddick, 111. 

Children, all bom at Norton : 

i. Clara. M.,^ b. Sept. 4» 1886, 

ii. Gut, b. May 20» 1891. 

iii. NsLLiB LouiBB, b. Sept. 10, 1802. 

iv. Gbobos Fbsd, b. Jan. 4, 1805. 

52. Frank Eugene^ Russell {Hannah A.* HamiUon, 
John,* John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of John N. and 
Hannah A.* (Hamilton) Russell, was bom at Nobleboro, 
Maine, June 25, 1857. 

He married twice: first at Damariscotta, Maine, in 187S, 
Elizabeth P. Flint of that town, who died there September, 
1877; and secondly at Bath, Maine, Nancy Murray of Port- 
land, Maine. 

He died at Eustis, Maine, December 8, 1901. 

Child by first wife, bom at Damariscotta: 

88. i. Adddb Nobbib,* b. Feb. 14, 1875. 

Children by second wife: 

iii. Wai;teb. 
iv. John. 

V. FliOBENCB. 

vi. ChabTiEb. 
vii. Ethel. 

53. Edith Ellzetta' RusseiJi {Hannah A.* HamiUan, 
John,* John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of John N. 
and Hannah A.* (Hamilton) Russell, was bom at Vassalboro, 
Maine, September 17, 1858. 

She married at Damariscotta, October 18, 1876, Alexander 
Trott of Woolwich, Maine. They reside at Monmouth, 
Maine, where Mr. Trott is engaged in farming. 

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Children, the first three bom at Woolwich, the others at 
Vassalboro: 

84. i. Jknnis Madbunb,* b. Aug. 12» 1877. 

ii. WiNGHUP JoBiAH» b. Dec. 16, 1880; m. at Roclicster, N. 

H., Jan. 24» 1905, Caroline Elisabeth Clark of Bodwster; 

no issue, 
iii. Russell Charlbs, b. Nov. 4, 1884; d. at Woolwicb, Mity 

27,1885. 
iv. Helen B£at, b. Aug. 18, 1887; m. at Monmouth, Me., 

Sept. 4, 1907, FVank Wallace Wyman of Monmouth. 
V. Alice Gertbxtde, b. Feb. 28, 1889; d. at Vassalboro, June 

5,1890. 
vi. Florence Adaladb, b. Sept. 5, 1898. 
vii. Mnj>RED Tbask, b. Sept. 2, 1896. 

54. Mabel Euzabeth' Russell (Hannah A,* HamUJUm, 
Johny^ John^* Benjaminy* Abel,* Dacid}), daughter of John N. 
and Hannah A.* (Hamilton) Russell, was bom at Nobleboro, 
Maine, Feb. 11, 1860. 

She married at Vassalboro (Riverside), Maine, January 28, 
1802, Alfred Huston of Damariscotta, and they reside th»e. 

Children, bom at Damariscotta: 

i. Gbbtrude LucEvnA,* b. Apr. 16, 1898. 
ii. Thoicas Rttbsell^ b. Apr. 24, 1896. 



66. Mart Smith' Mtrick {Adeline JR.* HamUion^ Jchrty^ 
John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), daughter of Edward £. 
and Adeline R.* (Hamilton) Myrick, was bom at Vassalboro» 
Maine, August 14, 1860. 

She married at Augusta, Maine, June 18, 1896, William 
J. A. Collins of Augusta. He is a salesman for Swift and 
Company, Chicago, Bl., and his place of residence is Hart- 
ford, Conn. 

Children, the first two bom at Augusta, the others at 
Hartford: 

i. Edwabd Mtbick,* b. Sept. 29, 1897. 
ii. WnJJAM Stubtevant, b. Jan. 28, 1901. 
iii. Mabt Elibabeth, b. Aug. 80, 1908. 

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iv. Albkbt 'ELAMwras, b. Nov. 29, 1906. 
V. Cabubton Doub, b. Nov. 25, 1907. 



56. Lizzib' Hamilton {Henry L.,* Johrty^ John,* Benja- 
min,* Abel,^ David}) ^ daughter of Henry L.* and Susan A. 
(Burgess) Hamilton, was bom at Williamsport, Pa., June 
23, 1876. 

She married Adam Miller of Ashland, Wisconsin. 
She died at Ashland, January 25, 1902. 
Children, bom at Ashland : 

i. Rttth,^ b. May 15, 1895; d. Sept. 10, 1895. 
ii. Clarence, b. March 9, 1896. 
iii. Louisa, b. Jan. 18, 189^. 

57. Gut HAMniXON' Winters {EUa A.* Hamilton, JohnJ^ 
John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), son of Stephen M. and 
Ella A.* (Hamilton) Winters, was bom at Vassalboro (River- 
side), Maine, December 97, 1870. He is a bookkeeper and 
resides at Stapleton, Long Island. 

He married at Stapleton, Kathryn M. O'Brien of that 
town. 
Children, all bom at Stapleton : 

i. Madeijnb Evebista,^ b. Oct. 14, 1896. 

ii. Herbebt Kenneth, b. Jan. 18, 1898; d. at Stapleton, Feb. 

18, 1898. 
iii. HxsjES Elizabeth, b. Dec. 18, 1898; d. at Stapleton, June 

28, 1901. 
iv. Benjamin HAioiiTON, b. July 4, 1901. 
v. Abthub, b. Sept. 12, 1903; d. at Stapleton, July 28, 1904. 
vi. Mabie Annstta, b. Sept. 11, 1905. 
vii. Stephen Mobton, b. Nov. 3, 1907. 
viii. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 28, 1909. 



58. LnjJAN J.^ Hamilton (John N. M.,* Dimon,^ John,* 
Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), daughter of John N. M.* and 
Cordelia R. (Hay ward) Hamilton, was bom at East Stough- 
ton, Mass., April 27, 1864. 

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She married, July 18, 1881, Charles E. Thayer of East 
Stoughton, and they reside at Avon, Mass. 
Child, bom at Brockton, Mass. : 
S5. L Jnan Bi.amchx,* b. Oct 18, 1888. 



60. Herbert F.^ Habolton (John N. M.,* Dimon,^ 
Johriy^ Benjamin^* Ahd^^ David}) , son of John N. M/ and 
Cordelia R. (Hayward) Hamilton, was bom at East Stough- 
ton, Mass., Febraary 22, 1868. 

He married Lillian M. Morse of Brockton. 

Children, bom at Brockton: 

i. BuTH MoBSB,* b. Sq>t. 24, 1885. 
ii. JoBN Habbuok, b. Dec. 18, 1896. 



60. Herican A.^ Hamilton {John N. M.^* Dinum^^ Jchn,^ 
Benjamin^* Ahdy* Damd})^ son of John N. M.* and Cordelia 
R. (Hayward) Hamilton, was bom at East Stoughton, Mass., 
Feb. 22, 1868. 

He married at Brockton, Mass., April SO, 1888, May 
Richardson of Brockton. 

Children, bom at Brockton: 

i. HxBBBST Wabbun,* b. Nov. 94, 1891. 
ii. Ralph Ediotnd, b. Feb. 25» 1905. 



61. John L.^ Hamilton {John N, M.,* DinumJ^ John,* 
Benjamin^* Ahdy^ David}), son of John N. M.* and Cordelui 
R. (Hayward) Hamilton, was bom at East Stoughton, Mass., 
July 6, 1877. 

He married at Boston, Mass., Eva A. Thompson of Ran- 
dolph, Mass. 

Children, all bom at Brockton: 

i. Raymond Lbbteb,* b. Aug. 84, 1908. 

ii. Kabl Nbwland, b. Sept. 21, 1904. 

iii. EDrrH TflABiBT.i.B, b. Sept. 6, 1906. 

iv. CuiTON TBOUFBOir, b. Feb. 85, 1909. 

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62. MoBTON Wellmont^ Hamilton {Lucitu M.y* Oliver 
0.,* John^^ Benjamin^^ Abd^* Damd?)^ son of Ludus M.* and 
Mary A. (Johnson) Hamilton, was bom at East Bridge- 
water, Mass., August 10, 1854. 

He married, October 7, 1874, Alice Marie Parkinson of 
Brockton, Mass. 
Child: 

86. i. Gertbxtdb Bbllb,* b. Aug. 7, 1876. 

63. Marsh Elton' Vosb {Ellen A.* HamiUon, Oliver JET.,* 
John,^ Benjamin,* Ahd,^ David}), son of Leonard and Ellen 
A.* (Hamilton) Vose, was bom at Brockton, Mass.*, Nov. 
21, 1865. He is a member and director of the Carpenter 
Morton Company, Boston, Mass., and his place of residence 
is Lynn, Mass. 

He married at Lynn, Febroary 18, 1886, Clara Maria 
Nichols of Lynn. 

Children, bom at Lynn : 

i. Carl Elton,* b. Nov. 1, 1888. 

ii. Habold Lbonabd* b. Aug. 20, 1894. 

84. Sadie Foster^ Vosb {EUen A.^ HamiUon, Oliver ff.,* 
John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid}), daughter of Leonard and 
Ellen A.* (Hamilton) Vose, was bom at Brockton, Mass., 
May 17, 1874. 

She married, October 6, 1892, John W. Flynn of Lynn, 
Mass., and they reside there. 

Child, bom at Lynn: 

i. Mnj>RiBD AwDBTiLB,' b. Apr. 11, 1894. 

65. Horace Alonzo^ Shxtbtleff {Addaiie E.* Hamilton, 
Oliver H.,* John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DavidS), son of Horace 
L. and Adelaide E.* (Hamilton) Shurtleff, was bom at 
Brockton, Mass., November 4, 1871. 

He married at Brockton, May SO, 1891, Marion Leonard 
of Brockton. 

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Children, bom at Brockton: 

i. RiTBT Bthsltn,' b. Jan. 1, 1894. 
ii. BsBMica Embbson, b. Aug. 4» 1896. 

86. Edith Russell^ ShxtbtiiEFF (Adelaide E.^ HamOtonj 
Oliver ff.,* Johuy^ Benjamin^* Abel^* DaoidS)^ daughter of 
Horace L. and Adelaide E/ (Hamilton) Shurtleff, was born 
at Brockton, Mass., August 27, 1875. 

She married at Brockton, October 27, 1896, William E 
Senter, Jr., of Brockton. 

Children, the first three bom at Brockton, the last at 

West Bridgewater: 

i. Rai^ H Leslie,* b. Oct. 17, 1897. 

ii. DoRiB, b. Sept. 18, 1899; d. at Brockton, Sept 18, 1899. 

iii. DoBOTHT Babti>btt, b. May 8, 1905. 

iv. LouiSB ADELAmE, b. May 16, 1907. 

67. Fbed Lewis^ Shxtrtleff {Addaide E.* HamUtan, 
Oliver ff.,* John^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), son of Horace L 
and Adelaide E.* (Ebmilton) Shurtleff, was bom at East 
Bridgewater, Mass., Sept. 3, 1877. 

He married at Randolph, Mass., Nellie Mann of Brockton. 

He died at Randolph, Feb. 11, 190S. 

Children, bom at Randolph: 

i. Vivian,* b. Oct. 12, 1898. 
ii. MuBiEL, b. Nov. 1, 1901. 

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68. Charles Thing* Gupthj. {Charles'' GuptiU, Abigail 
W.* HamUiony Adrial,* John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* DcmdS), son 
of Charles^ and Abbie (Thing) Guptill, was bom at West- 
brook, Maine, December 19, 1863. 

He married at Scarboro, Maine, in 1887, Annie M. Foster, 
bom at Newfield, Maine, January 5, 1867. 
He died at Scarboro (Pine Point), Maine, March S, 1903. 

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Children, all bom at Pine Point: 

i. Mabel Whbok,' b. Mar. 7, 1888; m. at Pine Point, Sq>t. 28, 
1909, Elmer J. Bumham» a lawyer at Kittery, Biaine, 
where they reside. 

ii. Geneva, b. Mar. 29, 1898. 

iii. Cabboll, b. Aug. 13, 1895. 

69. Herbert Coburn* Guptill {Charles^ GhiptiU, Abi- 
gail W.^ Hamilton^ Adrialy^ Johriy^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd}), 
son of Charles^ and Abbie (Thing) Guptill, was bom at West- 
brook, Maine, September 30, 1867. 

He married at South Boston, Mass., October 9, 1901, 
Myra Lewis of South Boston, and they reside there. 

Children: 

i. Beatbice Cobubn,' b. Aug. 19, 1902; d. at South Boston, 

Dec. 26, 1909. 
ii. Ethel Lewis, b. Nov. 4, 1905. 



70. Frederick Giocan^ Guptill (Charles'' GuptiU, Abi- 
gail W.^ Hamilion, Adrialy^ John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
son of Charles^ and Abbie (Thing) Guptill, was bom at SouUi 
Boston, Mass., February 20, 1870. 

He married at Gloucester, Mass., January 16, 1891, Edith 
M. Colby, bom at Stonington, Maine, September 16, 1869. 
They reside at Medford, Mass. 

Children, bom at South Boston: 

i. Eobebt Stanlet,' b. Jan. 6, 1896; d. Mar. 21, 1901. 
ii. Donald Feuion, b. July 19, 1906. 



71. Samuel E^inry^ Guptill {Charles'' OuptiU, Abigail 
W.* Hamilton, Adrial,* John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Damd^), son 
of Charles^ and Abbie (Thing) Guptill, was bom at South 
Boston, Mass., August 7, 187S. 

He married at West Medford, Mass., April 18, 1899, May 
Ellen Keyes, bora at Sharon, Vt., April S, 1874. They 
reside at West Medford. 

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Children, the first two bom at South Boston, the last at 

Melrose, Mass.: 

i. MnjDBED Ksna,* b. May 81, 1900. 
ii. CHABiiBB FixiAQfO, b. July 19, 1908. 
lii. Ratmond Hbnbt, b. Jan. 18, 1905. 

72. Minnie Emma* GupnLL {Jamsa^ QuptiJl^ Abigail 
W.^ HamUUmy AdfiaL^^ John^^ Benjamin^^ Abd^* Damd}\ 
daughter of James^ and Matilda A. (Kimball) GuptiU, was 
bom at Waterborough, Maine, June 28, 1867. 

She married first at Wakefield, N. H., September 12, 1887, 
Charles W. Poindexter, who died at Boise, Idaho, February 
22, 1910; and secondly at Rochester, N. H., December 7, 
1895, Frank S. Goodwin, bom at Sanford, Maine, June 22, 
1866. 

Child by first husband: 

i. AucB Matoaa,* b. June 17, 1888; m. at Biddeford, Maine, 
June 22, 1910, Arthur Nathaniel Beal, a druggist at lisbon 
Falls, Maine, where they reside. Child; Rosalind Emms," 
b. at Lisbon Falls, July 24, 1911. 

73. WiiiLiAM Edgar* GupniiL {James'' GupHUy Abigail 
W.* Hamilton^ Adrial^* John^^ Benjamirty^ Abel^* David^), son 
of James^ and Matilda A. (Kimball) Guptill, was bom at 
Waterborough» Maine» September 10, 1872. 

He married at Shapleigh, Maine, March 6, 1892, Myrtle 
May Norton of York (Cape Neddock) Maine, bom Oct. 29, 
1875. They reside at North Berwick, Maine. 

Children, hotn at Waterborough: 

i. Habrt Jamxb,' b. Dec. 12, 1894. 
ii. Maud Combtancb, b. Dec. 24, 1896. 



74. Habrison Qrin* Wilson (Sttsan HJ' GupHU^ Abigail 
W.^ HamHUmj AdfiaLf John^* Benjamin^^ Abd^* DaxiH)^ 
son of Jerome H. and Susan H.^ (Guptill) Wilson» was bom 
at Saugus, Mass., Oct. 15, 1878. 

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He married at Saugus, Beatrice M. Knights, bom at 
Franklin Park, Mass., May 14, 1875; died at Waterborough, 
Maine, August 28, 1008. 

Children, bom at Lynn, Mass. : 

i. Edward Habbibon,* b. Sept. 16, 1894. 
ii. Habrt Wilbub, b. Sept. 14, 1805. 

76* Charles K.^ Horne {Mdissa' Knight^ Almira* 
Hamilton^ AdrUd,^ Johriy^ Benjamin^* Abet,* Dcmd})^ son of 
Francis A. and Melissa' (Knight) Home, was bom at Cor- 
nish, Maine, March 10, 1861. 

He married at Hollis, Maine, October 26, 1887, Merde 
Emma Knight of Hollis. They reside at Maiden, Mass. 

Children, all bom at Maiden : 

i. Ralph Wabben.' b. July 85, 1888. 

ii. DoBOTHT, b. June 20, 1899. 

iii. Jambb Albebt, b. May SO, 19012. 

76. Lelia M.* Horne {Mdissa' Knight^ Almira^ HamU- 
ton, Adrialy^ John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), daughter of 
Francis A. and Melissa^ (Knight) Home, was bom at Somers- 
worth, N. H., October 25, 1862. 

She married at Somersworth, April 2, 1885, William H. 
Wingate of Somersworth. They reside at Nashua, N. H. 

Children, the first two bom at Maiden, Mass., the others 
at Somersworth: 

i. Bbssib Chablottb,* b. Feb. 18, 1886. 

ii. Gladts Isabkl, b. Dec 21, 1886. 

iii. Mabcia Hobnx, b. June 18, 1880. 

iv. Mabiok Lblia, b. Jan. 10, 1898. 

V. Heubn Mkussa, b. Nov. 20, 1898. 

77. Edwin Cecil^ Locke {Stisan A.'' Hamilton, Ivory 
W.,* Adrial,* John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daxnd}), son of James 
A. and Susan A.' (Hamilton) Locke, was bom at Somers- 
worth, N. H., December 28, 1876. 

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He married at Somerville, Mass., June 29, 1904, Clara 
Katherine Zoeller of Somerville. 
Child, bom at Worcester, Mass. : 

i. Stephanie ELaaLTON»* b. May 10, 1907. 



78. Annis Belle* Logkb (Stisan A J HamiUon^ Ivory 
W.^ Adrial^^ John^^ Benjamin^* Abdy* Daoid})^ daughter of 
James A. and Susan A.' (Hamilton) Locke, was bom at 
Somersworth, N. H., January 23, 1879. 

She married at Somersworth, July 2, 1906, Jason Leslie 
Merrill of Waterville, Maine. He was graduated from the 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; is in the United 
States Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C, and 
resides at Washington. 

Child, bom at Washington: 

i. Jambb WuiUB,* b. Not. 3, 1910. 



79. Gertrude Estella* Hamilton {Ansd A.,^ Ivory 
FF.,* Adrialy^ Johtty^ Benjamin^* Abdy* Dcund^), daughter of 
Ansel A.^ and Jane (Kimball) Hamilton, was bom at Lyman, 
Maine, Nov. 21, 1880. 

She married at New Durham, N. H., May 19, 1897, Harry 
E. Home, bom at Middleton, N. H., March 30, 1873. 

Children : 

i. EUbbt FaANCia Clintok,* b. at Kennebunk, Me.» Dec 28« 

1899. 
ii. HxsjES Irene, b. at Rochester, N. H., Feb. 19, 1908; d, at 

Dover, N. H., Sept. 20, 1902. 
iii. Madeline Peabl, b. at Dover, N. H., June 4, 1905. 
iv. Carltle Maubice, b. at Dover, Sept. 20, 1907. 



80. Elizabbth Mat^ Hamilton {Charles C,^ Ivory W.,^ 
Adfialy^ John^^ Benjamin,* Abel,* David^), daughter of Charles 
CJ and Martha A. (Gerry) Hamilton, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, November 29, 1878. 

362 



I^us Setteniiantt 



She married, June 17, 1899, Walter W. Gowen of Sanford, 
Maine. 

Children, bom at Sanford: 

i. Cecil 'ELAMJUtos,^ b. June 8, I90I. 
ii. Viola Euzabbth, b. Nov. 29, 1908. 



81. IvoET Charles^ Hamilton (Charles C,^ Ivory FF.,« 
Adrial^^ John,* Benjamin^* Abel,* Daxid}), son of Charles C.^ 
and Martha A. (Gerry) Hamilton, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, May 16, 1880. 

He married, December 25, 1902, Bertha Mosley of Shipley, 
Yorkshire, England. 

Child, bom at Sanford, Maine: 

i. NoBMAN Holmes,' b. Mar. 8, 1908. 



82. Howard Davis* Hamilton {Charles C,^ Ivory W.,* 
AdriaL,^ John,* Benjamin,^ Ahd,* David}), son of Charles C.^ 
and Martha A. (Gerry) Hamilton, was bom at Water- 
borough, Maine, July 10, 1886. 

He married in 1906, Mildred Cheney of Sanford, Maine. 

Children, all bom at Sanford : 

i. DoRiB Mabtha,' b. Mar. 6, 1907. 

ii. Ror Charlbs, b. Jan. 23, 1908. 

iii. EUbold Fbankldt, b. Aug. 14, 1910. 



83. Addie Norris* Russell {Frank EJ Russell, Hannah 
A.* Hamilton, John,* John,* Benjamin,* Abel,* Daxnd}), 
daughter of Frank E.' and Elizabeth P. (Flint) Russell, was 
bom at Damariscotta, Maine, February 14, 1875. 

She married at Vassalboro (Riverside), Maine, October 
16, 1894, John Edward Gray of Everett, Mass., and they 
reside there. 

Children, bom at Everett: 

i. RuBBBLL Wbbtlet,* b. Sept. 1, 1895. 
ii. Bebtha Flint, b. Apr. 80, 1898. 

868 



Bfofin l^amtUon 

84. Jennib Madeline* Tbott (Edith EJ RusseU^ Han- 
nak A.* HamiUony John^^ John^^ Benjamin^^ Abel,* DaxndS), 
daughter of Alexander and Edith E.' (Russell) Trott, was 
bom at Woolwich, Maine, August 12, 1877. 

She married at Vassalboro, Maine, September 12, 1900, 
Fred Albert Spencer of Everett, Mass. 

Child, bom at Everett: 

i. Dou>EBB Madklinb»* b. Apr. 15, IWi. 



86. Jessie Blanche* Thater (LiUian J J Hamilton, 
John N. M.,* Dimon,^ John,*' Benjamin,* Abel,* David}), 
daughter of Charles E. and Lillian J.' (Hamilton) Thayer, 
was bom at Brockton, Mass., Oct. 18, 1888. 

She married, February 22, 1908, Percy L. Groton of West 
Stoughton, Mass. 

Children: 

i. LiuuEAK DoBBiBy* b. Oct. 24, 1905. 
ii. GuBNTB Mabjobh, b. Apr. 1$, 1910. 



88. Gertrude Bells* Habolton (Morton W.,^ Lucius 
M.,^ Oliver H.,^ John,^ Benjamin,* Abel,* Daoid^), daughter of 
Morton W.' and Alice M. (Parkinson) Hamilton, was bom 
August 7, 1876. 

She married at Brockton, Mass., March 1, 1896, Herman 
P. Smith of Haverhill, Mass. 

Child, bom at Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
i. Viola Mabix,* b. Jan. 12» 1900. 



364 



inbex 



AdAQiB, Samuel, 1 
Alden, John, 19, 00 
ATery, John, 1, 8 
Bean. Richaid, 10 

William, 8, 10, 14 
Benton, Josiah H., 16 
Bowdoin, James, 18 
Boyce, Elisha, 8 
Bridges, John, 0, 14 

Samuel, 8, 
Brimmer, Martin, 1 
Bromfield, John, 1 
Brown, Gowen, 1 

Jeremiah, 8 
Burley, Andrew, 8, 10, 18, 14 
Cannon, Wm., 19 
Carle, Abigail, 18 

Abigail CSamilton), 18 

Betsey, 18 

John, 8, 14, 18 

Peter, 18 

Sarah, 18 

Simeon, 8, 10 
Carlile, James, 8, 14 
Carll, Timothy, 10 
Carpenter, Nicholas, 14 
Catlin, Grove, 17 

Theodosia (Wakefidd), 17 
Chase, Abel, 17 

Amos, 17 

Bridget (Davis), 17 

EU, 17 

Frank J., 17 

Hannah (Stimpson), 17 

James, 17 

John H., 17 

Joseph, 17 

Lois, 17 

l>d]a (Stimpson), 17 

Merpy, 17 

Meroy (Guptill). 17 

Nathaniel, 8 

Thomas, 17 
dark, E^raim, 17 

Lois (Chase), 17 
Coffin. DanieL 10 



Committ, Sam^., 14 
Cushing, Thomas, I 
Dam, Samuel, 17 
Davis, Bridget, 17 
Deering, Wflliam, 8, 4 
Downs, Moses, 14 

Pumpey, 8 

Pumphrey, 14 
Dryland, Denis, 22 
Dudley, Stephen, 8, 10 
Emery, Joshua, 8 
Fozell, Richard, 20 
Fxey, Luella A., 18 
Goodwin, Amasiah, 8 
Gubtail, Thoi., 14 
Guptill, Mercy, 17 
Hains, Natlianiel, 8, 10, 14 
Hamilton, Abel, 25, 26 

Abigail, 18 

Abigail (Carie), 18 

Adrial, 26 

Benjamin, 25, 26 

(Mrs.) Boijamin P., 26 

Benjamin R., 18 

Betsey (Carie), 18 

David, 25 

Ephraim, 18 

Ivory W., 26 

James, 8, 14, 25, 26 

John, 18, 25-27 

Oliver, 26 

Richard, 25, 27 

Sarah (Carle), 18 
Hamond, Jos., 10» 20, 22 
Harmon, Sarah, 22 
Harvey, James, 8 

Robert, 8, 4 
mi, Daniel, 17 
Hill, Merey (Chase), 17 
Hobbs, Henry, 15 
Hodgdon, Scamman, 8, 4 
Indian — ^FluelUn, 1, 20 

—Higgon, Walter, 20 

— ^Hombinowitt, 1, 10 

— ^Meeksombe. See Capt. Sunday 

— Mogg Heigon, 1, 20, 21 



865 



Ittbex 



I — ^Rogomock, John. 
Hombinowitt 
— Simdav, Capt., 1, 22 
JeDeBon, Alezaiiaer» 8 

George, 3 
Johnaon. Isaac, 10 
Kimball. Levi, 10 
Knii^t, John, 8 

Lathrop, (Rev.)* 1 
Leavitt, David, 9 

James, 18 
Lord, Ichabod, 9 
Moody, Clement, 8, 10, 14 

Samuel, 10 
Myrick, John, 8 
Nason, William, 3, 4 
Pkrry, Benj*., 8, 10 

Francis, 10 
Perry, Benj*., 14 
Pich, John, 19 
FhiUips, Bridget, 1, 4, 5 

Major, 1 

Nathl., 22 

Saml, 12 

William, 1, 4, 5, 19-22 
Philpot, MUiam, 8, 4 
Pike, Joseph, 10 
Pitts, John, 8 
Prebble, Jedediah* 5 
Presse, Jno., 19 
Pring, Martin, 2 
Richer, Tim^., 14 
Robinson, Alexander, 17 

James, 10 
Russell, Joseph, 10 
Sanborn, Daniel, 10 



See 



Sanborn, Joseph, 14 
Sanford, Eabon, 19 
Scriboer, DanieL 8, 10 

Edward, 10 

John, 8, 4 

Samuel, 8, 10, 14 
Smith, Henry, 16 

John. 3, 4, 8-10, 13, 14 

Thomas, 8, 10 
^wnoer, John, 22 
Spoontf, Andrew, 1 
Stimpson, Hannah, 17 

Lydia, 17 
Straw, VanUntine, 10, 14 
Swett, Joseph, 10 
Sjrmonds, Har, 20 
Tebbets, William, 14 
Tibbets, Simeon, 8, 14 
Tingiey,Mary, 15. 

Pelatiah, 16, 16 
Waitt, David, 10 
Wakefield, John, 21 

Mary, 21 

Theodosia, 17 
Ward, Artemas. 12 
Warren, Benjamin, 8, 13-15 

James, 2, 17 
Waters, Josiah, 1, 2, 12, 15 
Watson, Daniel, 10 
Weare, Peter, 21 
Webster, Benjamin, 10 

Joshua, 8 
Wells. Nathaniel, 11, 13 
Whedwright, John, 1, 2 
Woodman, Arcules, 19 
Woodward. WiUiam, 8, 14 



^rt (EtM 



AUred the Great of England, 42 

Anne, of Russia, 85 

BaiUie, Catherine (de Hamihon), 44 

William, 44 
Beadley, John, 59 
Bedford, Earl of, 86 
Bees, Jo., 54, 55, 60 
Bellomonte, Addina ( — ) de, 84 

Adelina de, 86 

Amicia de, 88 

Amicia (de Guader), de, 36 

Avioe de, 86 

Elisabeth de, 86 

Elisabeth Isabdht, 85 

Geoffrey de, 86 



Bellomonte, Henry de, 36 

Henry de Newburg, 34 

Hugh de, 36 

Isabella de, 36 

John de, 86 

Margaret de, 38 

Petronilla (de Grandmesnil) de» 37 

Robert de, 34-36, 38 

Rom de, 34, 38 

Wfdleran de, 36 

WiUiam de, 38 
Bernard, Baron, 33 
Brigenberg, Emerberga de, 33 
Bruce, Isabd (de Huntingdon), 4S 

Matada, 42 



366 



inbex 



Bruce, Bobert, 82, 41, 42 
Burgundia, Sphreta de, 83 
Bumham, Jeremyhl, 64 
Butler, Moses, 77 
Canny, Thomas, 64 
Cairick, John Earl of, 42 
Castel Novo, Hugo de, 86 
Charlemagne, S5 
Childs, Henry, 70 

Clare, Elizabeth de (Beflomonte) de, 
86 

Gilbert de, 86 
Clements, Abigail, 64 

Job, 64 
Cotton, John, 60 
Cowell, Edward, 65 
Cragie, Thomas of, 40 
Cragyn. See Craigie 
Cromwell, Oliver, 47, 60 
Cunninghame, Margaret, 48 
Cunynghame, 44 
Curson, Nicholas, 65 
Cushing, Charles, 67, 68 
David I of Scotland, 42 
de Bellomonte. See Bellomonte 
de Hamilton. See Hamilton 
de Huntingdon. See Huntingdon 
De la Haie Auberie, Albreda, 84 
de Montf ort. See Montf ort 
de Quincey. See Quinoey 
de Spencer. See Spencer 
de Vetulis. See Vetulis 
Doe, Joseph, 66, 67 
Douglas, Hc^, 44 

Henry, 44 

Jacoba, 48 

James, 48 
Drue, Jno., 64 
Dundas, Gabriel H., 47 
Edgar the Peaceful, of England, 42 
Edmund I, of England, 42 
Edmund 11, of England, 42 
Edward the Elder, of England, 42 
Edwaid the Exile, 42 
Ethelrad II, of England. 42 
Fits Gilbert, Helen, 41 

Biaiy (Gordon), 41 

Walter, 41 
Forrester, Adam, 48 
France, Hugh, Duke of. 95 
FVaser, Alexander, 48 

Elizabeth (de Hamilton), 48 
Friaul, Evemrd, Duke of, 85 
Furber. Jethro, 65 
Garvin, Betty. 67 



Garvin. James. 65, 66 

John. 66, 67 

Paul, 66 

Rebecca, 66 

Samuel, 66-68 

Susan, 67 

Susan A., 67 

Thomas, 66, 68 

Tobias, 68 

William R., 67-^ 
Gerrish. Jno., 64 
Gisela, of France, 85 
Gloucester, Williiun. Earl of. 86 
Gordon, Adam, 41 

Mary, 41 
Gowen, Nicholas. 75 
Grandmeanil, Hugh de, 88 

Petronilla de, 87 
Grant, Benjamin, 68 

James, 68, 64 
Greene, John, 58-55. 50 

\rilljam, 54, 55, 60 
Guader, Amicia de, 86 

Ralph de, 86 
Gunnora, 84 
Haling, Lady, 44 
Hale, Samuel, 68, 60 
Hambleton. See Hamilton 
Hamblton. See Hamilton 
Hameldun. See Hamilton 
Hamelton. See Hamilton 
Hamilton 

de Hamilton 

Hambleton 

Hamblton 

Hameldun 

Hamelton 
Hamilton. Abel, 71, 72. 75-77. 81. 

Abial, 62, 71, 72, 75 

Abigail, 81 

Adnal. 82 

Alan. 42 

Alexander, 46 

Allan, 44-46 

Andrew, 48, 46, 47, 58 

Annah (Jaxson), 61. 69. 75 

Anne. 48. 40 

Anne (Stewart), 48 

Aichibald, 46, 48 

jamin, 75-77, 81, 82 

Catherine, 44 

Charles R., 62 

Christian (Stewart). 46 

Claud. 48 

Daniel, 62 



367 



iniiex 



HamUton, David. 41-44. 47» 5S. 56, 
60-e5, 69-72, 75 

Deborah (— ), 75, 77, 81 

Elicabeth, 4S, 48 

Elisabeth (Hamilton), 48 

Ezperienoe (Walker), 81 

Gabriel, 47-49, 58, 70-72 

George, 48, 45 

GUbert, 82, 40, 41 

Helen (Dou^^), 44 

Hugo, 41 

Isabella (Randolph), 40 

Jacoba (Dou^as), 48 

James, 4846, 48, 58, 81, 82 

Janet, 46 

Janet (Keith), 48 

Janet (Parklie). 45 

John, 41, 48-45, 81, 82 

Jonas, 71, 72 

Jonathan. 68, 71, 72 

Joseph. 75-77 

Biaigaiet, 46, 48 

Mai^aret (Cnnninghame), 48 

Margaret E., 62, 68 

Mai^aret (Hamilton), 48 

Margaret (Leslie), 42 

Mary, 88, 75-77 

Matthew, 46, 47 

Michael, 45 

Richard, 81, 82 

Robert, 88, 46, 49 

Roger, 88 

Rory, 57 

Solomon, 62, 71, 72 

Thomas, 44-46 

Walter, 41, 42 

William. 88-40, 48 
Hanson, Nicholas, 68, 69 
Harf ust, of Denmaric, 88 
Hay, 48 
Hedwige, 85 

Henry I, of England, 85, 42 
Henry I, of Gennany, 96 
mil, John, 77 

Nathl., 64 
Hugh Capet, of France, 85 
Hugh the Great, of France, 96 
Huntingdon, David de, 42 

Henry de, 42 

Isabd de, 42 
Huntington, Simon, Earl of, 86 

Richard, 61 
Jaroslaus, Csar of Russia, 85 
Jazson, Annah, 61, 71, 75 

Richard, 61 



Keith, Janet, 48 

William, 48 
Kemble, Thomas, 54, 55, 59, 60 
Lacy, Richard de, 87 
Lang, 48 

Laton. William, 65 
Leicester, Eari of, 86 
Leslie, Hu^ 42 

Margaret, 42 

William, 42 
Locke, Susan A., 82 
Louis I, of France, 85 
Maddock, Caleb, 75 
Mmouu, Henry, 68-65 
Malcofan m, of Scotland. 84, 42 
Margaret, of Scotland, 42 
Mason, Mary, 64 
Matilda, of England. 42 
Maxwell, Walter, 45 
Mellent, Robert, Eari of , 84, 85 

Walleran. Eari of, 84 
Miller, ,49 

Anne (Hamilton), 49 

John, 49 
MontfcHTt, Adelina (de Belkimonte) 
de, 86 

Anucta (de BeUomonte) de, 88 

Hugh de, 86 

Simon de, 88 
Nealley, Benjamin M., 68 
Neally, Andrew J., 68, 69 
Neahr, Jackson, 67 
Ne wburg, Henry de, 84 
Nock,Bben.65 

Henry, 64, 65 
Normandy, Richard, Duke of, 84 

RoUo, Duke of, 88 
Nottock. Jo., 54, 55 
Otto the Great, of Sazooy, 85 
ParUie, Janet, 45 
Pembroke, Earl of, 86 
Philpots, John, 67 
Pike, John. 69 
Plaisted, Roger, 75 
Pont Audemar, Lady of, 88 

Lord of, 84 
Pots, Tliomas, 64 
Potts, Johannah. 64 

Thomas, 64, 70 
Quincey, Maiigaiet (de Beflomonte) 
de,88 

Robert de, 88 

Roger de, 88 

Sayer de, 38 
Ralston. Hu^ 46 

Janet (Hamilton.) 46 



368 



Inbex 



Randolpli, Isabelk, 40 

JameB, 40 

Thomas, 40 
RawBon, Edward, 54, 55, 50 
Rich, Charles, 54, 55 

Robt, 54, 55, 59, 60 
Robert the Pious, of France, S5 
Roberton, Simon, 42 
Robertoun, John, 46 

Margaret (Hamilton), 46 
Roberts, HaU, 67 

Hiram R., 68 
Robinson, John, 75 
Rogers, Richard, 75 
SaxoDy, Ludolph, Duke of, S5 
Seymour, John, 77 
Smith, John, 75 
Spencer, John de, 82 
Stackpole, Everett S., 69 
Stewajrt, Anne, 48 

Christian, 46 

Margaret (Hamilton), 48 

Walter, 48 
Stiles, William, 75 
Strathem, Gilbert, Earl of, 88 
Turf us [Turiof us], 88 



Turlof [Turoife], 88 
Vetulis, Albreda (de la Haie Auberie) 
de,84 

Humfrey de, 84 
Walker, Experience, 81 
Warwick, Earl of, 84 
Waymoth. See Weymouth 
Waymouth. See Weymouth 
Wentworth, John, 66, 67 

Paul, 75 
Wevia, of Denmark, 88 
Weymouth 

Waymoth 

Waymouth 
Weymouth, Benjamin, 65, 66 

Nicholas, 66 
Whitehouse, Jonathan, 67, 68 
yner^ Catharine, 65 

Eleazer, 65 
William I, of Engkuid, 84, 42 
William, Duke, 88 
Winchester, Eari of, 88 
Worcester, Earl of, 86 
Wyer, Eleaier, 65 

Sarah, 65 



^rt Vliree 



Abbot, Alfred, 98 

Laura, 98 

Lydia A. (Hobbs), 102 

MehiUble (IHtts), 98 

Percy H., 102 

Ruby M., 102 

Samuel B., 102 

Woodbury, 98 
Aiken, James H., 125 

MariUa M. (Curtis), 125 

Muy L., 125 
Alien, Joseph, 119 

Lucy E., 119, 129 

Maury S., 94, 109, 110 
Andrews, Agnes W., 98, 116, 129 

Carleton W., 116 

Carroll E., 116 

Charles C, 89, 98. 115, 116 

Charies H., 98, 116 

Daniel, 89, 98 

Freda L., 116 

Gertrude S., 98, 116 

Helen L., 98, 115, 128 

Luella M., 98 

Maiy A., 98 

Molly (Huid), 89 



Andrews, Sally, 89, 95-97, 108 

Sophia E. CBobbs), 89, 98, 115, 116 

Susie E. (Green), 116 

Wilfred D., 98 
Armstrong, Mary, 122, 180 
Barbaric, Susie £., 114 
Barstow, Mary F., 106 
Benson, Sarah, 90. 99-101 
Berry, Abbie S., 109 
Blaisdell, Benjamin G., 108 

Sarah H. (Ricker) [Crockett], 102, 
108 
Bradbury, Alice A. (Hobbs), 118 

Everett L., 118 

Florence L., 118 

Lindley L., 118 

MehiUble L. (Woodman), 118 

Mildred L, 118 

Samuel L., 118 
Brav, Alice B., 119 
Burbank, Horace H., 100 
Bumham, Arid, 106 

CUra £, 106, 128 

Mary F.(Bar8tow), 106 
Butler, Alice M. (CurUs), 108 

EtU A. (Holmes), 118 



369 



Inbex 



Butler* Gen., 105 

Harvey A., 118 

Walter M., 108 
CampbdL Alke I., 128 
Cariule, James, 80 
CariL Ghari^ (Hamflton), 80, 101 

OariMa (Smith), 100 

Loiiiaa B., 80, 97, 08 

Locena A., 100, 118 

Nathanid, 100 

Samuel. 80, 101 
Carlton, Anstada S., 108, 121 

Ena, 103 

Mary, lOS 
Carr, Anns I. H. (Hobba), 118 

Emfly P., 120 

Mar^uet A., 113 

TTilbur, 118 
Chaae, Almira, OS, 108 

Eli, OS 

Thomas, OS 
Cheney, Nettie B., 121 
Chick, Henrietta, 06 
Chillis, Mae £., 121 
Clark. Hattie M., 05 
dement, Emily, 101 
dough, Frances L., 127 
Cook, Hannah E., 88, 100 

SaUv (Andrews) [Hobbs], 88, 100 

William, 89, 106 
Cooney, lallian B., 107 
Crockett, Ahna, lOS 

Ardella A. (Peaslee), 121 

Charles E., 103, 121 

Charies M., 121 

Daniel B., lOS, 120, 121 

Frank L., 103, 120 

Hannah A., 108, 120, 129 

Helen M., 120 

Lorenso B., 103, 120 

Merie B., 121 

Nettie B. (Cheney), 121 

Nettie D. (Richaidson), 120 

Ruth R., 121 

Sara C, 120 

Sarah H. (Bicker), 102, lOS, 120, 121 
Crosby, Abbie L., 112 
Crossette, Charles B., 121, ISO 

Cyril B., 130 

Ethel A. (McMann), 130 

Luella L. (Bicker), 121, 180 

Margaret L.. 130 

Merritt P.. 121, 180 

Percy B., 130 

Ada B. (Smith), 125 



Curtis, Afioe M., 108 

Carrie E. (Richer), 122 

Dorothy H., 126 

Frank P., 108, 125 

George £., 122 

George H., 126 

George L., 108, 125 

Louisa I. (PitU), 106, 125 

LouviOe H., 108 

Mae P., 122 

MariUa M., 108, 125 
Cuner, Frank H., 120 

Sara C. (Crockett), 120 
Ddliff, Benjamin R., 89 

Elvira M. (Swett), 89 
Dow, Neal 99 

Dudley, Lucy A., Ill, 126. 127 
Edgerly, Alice, 98 
Emery, Charles. 124 

Mabelle A.. 124 
Fabyan, Charles F^ 125 

Olive A., 125 
Fletcher, Helen M.. 115 
Fowler, Alice I^ 104 
Gerry, Bhmdie E., 127 
Gile, Emfly M., 117 

Flora J. (Ham), 117 

Frederick L.. 117 

Grace M., 117 

Sarah J. (McKenney), 117 

Stephen, 117 

WsJdo H.. 117 
Goodwin, Charles, 107 

Emma N., 107 

Etto G., 114 
Gormily. Biary J., 117 
GossTCai^ine G., 104. 122 

George P.. 104 
Green, Susie E., 116 
Hale, Sadie. R., 118 
Ham, Albert L.. 122 

Anna E. (Hellberg), 128 

Benjamin A., 115, 128 

Carrie £., 99, 117 

Edwin J., 98, 117 

Elroy E., 99 

Elwin M., 99 

Evelyn W., 128 

Everett A., 116 

Flora J., 99. 117 

Frank J.. 122 

George W., 122 

Geraldine L., 128 

Guy A., 116, 128 

Harriet L. (Hobbs), 96, 117 



870 



Inbex 



Ham, Hany H.. 116» 188 

Hdea L. (Andrews), 115, 188 

Ida v. (ShaUuck), 180 

Mary E. (Littlefidd), 188 

Ruth M., 188 

Waldo D., 99 
Hamflton, AbigaiL 85, 88-90 

Benjamin, 85, 87 

Benjamin P., 101 

Charity, 80, 101 

Elizabeth R., 101 

Emily (Clement), 101 

£]q)erieiioe (Walker), 85 

Francis H., 117 

Gertrude S. (Andrews), 116-117 

John F., 117 

Judith (Rieker), 85, 87 

Mary J. (Gonnily), 117 

Ruth M., 117 

Sally, 85, 91-98 

Wilfred A., 117 
Harmon, Aaron B., 105 

Ella B. (Pitts). 105 
Havden, Clara E., 189 
Hdberg, Anna E., 188 
Higgins, Lude A., 104 
ffifiTCaiolme, 98, 106, 188 

Caroline (HiU), 106, 188 

Carrie A. (Lewis), 183 

Charles H., 107 

Charies J., 98 

Charles W., 106, 188 

Clara B., 190 

Daniel, 106, 188 

Elsie D. J., 98 

Emma N. (Goodwin), 107 

Florence J., 188 

Hannah E. (Cook), 89, 106 

Henry I., 107 

Herbert A. G., 107 

Judith M., 98, 107, 184 

Lewis L., 183 

Lillian B. (Coon«y), 107 

Luke, 98 

Mark L., 89, 98, 106 

Martha, 105 

Mary La V., 188 

Mary (Pitts), 89, 98, 106, 107 

Myrtle L., 107 

Reuben, 89, 98, 106, 107 

Rozanna, 98 

Wairen B., 98, 107 
Hobbs, Abbie J., 96, 110 

Abbie L. (Crosby), 118 

Abi|^, 87 



Hobbs. Abigail (Hamilton), 85, 86-90 
Alice A., 101, 118 
Alice E., 98 
Amy (— ), 86 
Angle I. H., 96, 118 
Barbara, 115 
Benjamin, 87 
Benjamin F., 89, 95, 110 
Blanche A. (Ryder), 186 
Bhinche £. (Geny), 187 
Carll W., 98 

Cassandra M. (Thomas), 186 
Charles L., 96 
Chester H., 97, 98, 115 
Daniel A., 89, 96, 111 
Doris I., 115 
Edgar W., 96» 111 
Elizabeth R. (Hamilton), 101 
Ehner H., 101 

Emeline M. (Roberts), 100, 118 
Enuna A. (Home), 115 
Emestena W. (Kummer), 118 
Etto M., 100, 117 
Eunice, 87 
Eunice (Rich), 86 
Euzan H., 87, 90, 91, 99-108 
Evdyn M., 118 
noyd H., 118 
Fiances R. (Qough), 187 
Francis C, 115 
Frank H., 91, 101 
Fiederick A., Ill, 186, 187 
George E., 96, 118 
George F., Ill, 186 
George H., 96. Ill, 186. 187 
George M., 89, 96, 111-113, 187 
Gkdys M., 187 
Hannah, 87 

WiLnfia^h A., 90 

Hannah B. (Shepaid), 111-118 

Harriet A., Ill 

Harriet L., 90, 98, 117 

Harriet (Sanborn), 96, 111 

Helen B. (Shepard), 96 

Helen E., 98 

Helen M., 115 

Helen M. (Fletcher), 115 

Henrietta, 89, 91 

Henrietto (Chick), 96 

Henry, 85-90, 95-97, 106 

Henry S., 90, 97, 114, 115 

Ida A., 95 

James H., 96 

Jane T., 96, 118, 187 

Joseph A., 90, 99, 118 



871 



iiibex 



Hobbs, Leftphy, 80 

Leona A^ 118 

Levi. 87, 89, 91, 97, 96, 100, 118 

Louiaa B. (Caril), 89, 97, 96 

LacenA A. (CarU), 100, 118 

Lucy A. (Dudley), 111, 197 

Lucy (TTinalow), 97, 114, 115 

Lydia A., 91, 101 

Lvdia (Patten), 90, 101, 108 

Marjorie L., 113 

Mary A., 90 

Maiy J., 87, 90 

Maynaid A., Ill, 127 

Melvin H., 118 

Merville K., 118 

MoiriU R., 112 

Nathaniel, 86 

Nettie L., 100, 118 

Newell W., 112 

Norman V., Ill 

Pauline D., 126 

Rachel A. (Dlingworth), 111 

Ralph W., 96, 96, 114 

Rose M., 96, 113 

Ruth (Tibbetts), 95, 110 

Sadie R. (Hale), 118 

Sally. 86, 88. 94, 95 

Sally (Andrews), 89. 95-97, 106 

Sarah (Benson), 90, 99-101 

Sarah E., 91, 101, 118 

Sibyl W., 115 

Sophia £., 89, 90, 96, 115, 116 

SylvU J., 89, 96, 114 

^Ivia L., 96. 112 

Wa rren H., 115 

TTilliam H.. 96, 111 
Holmes, Addie I., 101 

Addie O., 119 

EtU A., 101, 118 

Francis R., 119 

George R., 101, 118 

Sarah E. (Hobbs). 101, 118 
Home, Emma A., 115 
Huntress, Abby H., 105, 122 

James, 105 

Martha (Hill), 105 
Hurd, Molly. 89 
niingworth, Rachel A., Ill 
Kni^ts, Jonathan, 92 

Mary, 92, 104-106 

Mary J. (Hobbs), 90 

Sally E., 102, 119 

Simeon, 102 

Simeon C, 90 
Kummer, Enestena W., 118 



Laofi^y, HaiTiet (Bicker), 102 

Luther E., 102 
Leavitt, Alooao, 95 

Eunice H. (Swett), 95 

Fred A., 95 

Hattie M. (Clark), 95 

James, 95 
Libby, Alice A. (Pitts), 98 

Leander V., 93 

Leona E., 129 

Scott D., 129 

Stella L. (Russell), 129 
Lewis, Carrie A., 123 
Litt]e6eld, Albert W., 104 

Alice I. (Fowler), 104 

Frank, 104 

Gecn^ C, 104, 122 

Lude A. (Himns). 104 

Ludnda H. (Ktts), 104, 122 

Mary E., 104, 122 
Blanley, Carrie E. (Ham), 117 

Gladys R., 117 

Raymond E., 117 

Thomas A., 117 
Blanson, Emma S., 119 
Mapes. Frances M., 110 

George £., 110 

Harry A., 110 

Harry B., 109 

Mabel E., 110 

Mary B. (Swett). 109 
McDuffee, Alice (Bicker), 91 

James, 91. 
McKenney, Elsie F., 124 

Sarah J.. 117 
McMann, Ethel A., ISO 
McMamis. Alice F., 181 

Dorothy R., 131 

Edna L., 131 

Fted C, 131 

Mae E., 131 

Mary (Pitts), 130-181 
McMullen, Albert, 112, 127 

Oyde M., 112 

James E., 112 

Jane T. (Hobbs), 112, 127 

Maud H., 112, 127 
MerrifieM, Hoeea, 87, 90 

Louisa B. (Caril) [HobbfiL 90 

Mary J. (Hobbs), 87 
MiUett, Ada E. (Tncy), 118, 114, Iff 

AUce I. (Campbell). 128 

Alice M., 128 

Geneva T., 128 

Ralidi L., 114, 127 



872 



Inbex 



MiOett, Lemnel T., 114, 127 
mOa, Alberta B. (Snow), 124 

Came M., 107 

Dorotliy H., 124 

Edgar £., 107, 128 

Elrie F. (McKenney), 124 

Ernest H., 107, 124 

Eugene, 107, 124 

Florence, 107, 124 

Grace V., 107 

Giw £., 107, 124 

Helen L., 125 

Judith M. (HiU), 107, 124 

Laurence B., 124 

Llovd L., 124 

Mabelle A. (Emeiy), 124 

William, 107 
Moulton, LueDa M. (BuflMD), 116 

Harold C. 116 
C^er, Nettie M., 128 
Parker, NeUie M., 110 
Ftokyn, Hannah A., 112 

Joseph O.. 112 

Percy J., 112 

Phebe A. L., 112 

SylvU L. (Hobbs), 112 
Patten, Lydia. 90, 101, 102 
Peaslee, Aidella A., 121 
Perham, Charles, 110 

Estella, 119 
Fmkham, Alice A., 98, 108 

Alice (Edgeriy), 98 

Daniel, 98 
Piper, Celia G. (Pitts), 108 

Edwin D., 108 
Pitts, Abl^ H. (Huntress), 105, 122 

Albert F., 92, 106, 128 

Alice A., 98 

Alice A. (Pinkham), 98, 108 

Ahnira (Chase), 98, 108 

Benjamin, 87, 91, 104-106 

Benjamin F., 105, 122, 180 

Celia G., 108 

Charles H., 98, 108 

Clara £. (Buinham), 106, 128 

Edith L. (Simpson), 122-128, 181 

Elisa, 122, 180 

Ella B., 105 

Erroll P., 125 

Ethel M., 128, 181 

Frank £., 108, 125 

Franklin G., 98» 108, 125 

Fred A., 106, 128 

Yneman O., 128 

George A., 128 



Pitts, George F., 98 

G^trude L., 180 

Greenleaf , 92 

Harriet A. [Smith], 128 

Ida (Thing), 108 

James E., 128 

Judith, 87, 91. 102-104 

Julia H., 92, 104 

Louisa I., 98, 108, 125 

Luanda H., 92, 104, 122 

Luke, 87. 92, 105, 122 

Lydia M. (Smith), 108, 125 

Mary, 87, 89, 92, 105-107, 122, 180 

Mary (Armstrong), 122, 180 

Mary (Knights), 92, 104-106 

MehiUble, 98 

MehiUble (Scribner), 98 

Moses, 87, 91-98 

Nathaniel, 87, 98, 108 

Nettie M. (Osier), 128 

Norris W., 105, 122, 181 

Olive A. (Fabyan), 125 

Olivia H., 92, 105 

Rowkuid F., 125 

SaUy (Hamilton), 87, 91-98 

Sarah R., 92 

Simeon H., 87, 92, 108 

Willie, 105 
Price, Cecelia A., 127 

George A., 127 

Herbert, 127 

Maud H. (McMullen), 127 
Quimby, Eleanor L., 181 

Ethel M. (Pitts), 181 

Frederick, 181 

Frederick W., 181 

MOdied E., 181 
Bich, Eunice, 86 
Richardson, Nettie D., 120 
Backer, Alice, 91 

Alice B. (Bray), 119 

Alonso H., 102 

AnstasU S. (Cariton), 108, 121 

Benjamin. 91, 102-104 

Benjamin F., 91, 108, 122 

Caroline G. (Goss), 104, 122 

Carrie E., 104, 122 

Chester H., 129 

CUra E. (Hayden), 129 

Qydeia F., 108 

Emma S. (Manson), 119 

Ernest W., 119 

EsteOa (Perham), 119 

Eunice, 91 

Flora L., 120 



S7S 



Inbex 



Ricker» Fnmk O.. 104 

George A., 119 

Hannah E. (Young), 104 

Haiold M., 119 

Harriet, lOS 

Harrv B., 120. 189 

Haud E., 129 

HenrietU M., 119 

Judith, 85, 87 

Judith (Pitts), 91, 102-104 

Kenneth E.. 129 

Leon M., lOS, 121 

Lucy E. (Allen), 119, 129 

Luella L., 108, 121, 180 

Mae E. (Chillifl), 121 

Margie 8., 120 

Meliaaa, 102 

Mom P., 91, 102, 119 

Onville, 102, 119 

OnvUle B., 119 

Sally E. (Knighte), 102, 119 

Sarah H., 91, 102, 120, 121 

Saiah M., 102 

Timothy, 91 

Timothy R., 91, 108, 181 

mibc^., 102, 119, 129 

Wflbur A., 119 
Boberts, Emeline M., 100, 118 

EtU M. (Hobbfl), 117-118 

Hany L., 118 

Ida B., 109 

Leroy H., 118 
Bounds, CheBber H^ 118 

Harold H., 118 

Nettie L. (Hobbs), 118 
Rusidl, Agnes W. (Andxews), 116, 129 

Charles S., 98 

David E., 116, 129 

Edwin A., 116 

Florence £., 116 

Harlie L., 116 

Helen E., 98 

LueUa M., 116 

Mildred A., 116 

Stella L., 116, 129 
Ryder, Blanche A., 126 
Sanborn, Harriet, 96. Ill 
Scribner, Mehitoble, 98 

Tristram, 98 
Seavey, Beniice M., 124 

Elsie M., 124 

norence (Mills), 124 

Ruth H., 124 

Solomon B., 124 
Shattuck, Ida V., 129 



Shepard, Helen B.. 96, 111-118 
Sherer, Carbine BL, 110 
Simpson, Edith L., 128, 181 
Smith. Ada B., 125 

Arthur F., 122 

aarisBa,100 

Harriet A. 128 

Lydia M., 108, 125 

Mae P. (Curtis), 122 
Snow, Alberta B., 124 
Stone, Ann Mabel, 95 

Ivory, 94, 95 

James, 94, 95 

Leaphy H. (Swett), 95 

Mary (SweU), 94, 95 

Prudence C. (Swett), 94, 95 

llieodoie, 95 
Stowe, Henrietta (Hobbs), 91 

John B., 91 
Swett, Abbie S. (Beny), 109 

Benjamin H., 88. 94, 109, 110 

Caroline R. (Sherer), 110 

Carroll B., 109 

CedlF^ 109 

Charles L., 109 

Charles S., 94, 110 

Christine M., 109 

Dorothy P., 110 

Edna M., 109 

Elvira M., 89 

Eunice H., 89. 94, 95 

Glenna M. E^ 109 

Harry B., 94, 109 

Harry L., 109 

Hem^ J., 88 

Ida B. (RoberU), 109 

John W., 94, 110 

Josei^ A., 94, 109 

JoBiah,88,94 

Leaphy H., 88, 95 

Martha A., 88 

Martha E., 94 

Mary, 94,95 

Mary B., 94, 109 

Mary S. (Allen), 94, 109, 110 

Mildred E., 109 

Nellie M. (Pkurfcer). 110 

Nellie S., 109 

Pmdence C^ 88, 94, 95 

Sally (Hobbs), 88, 94, 115 

Sarah, 88,94 

Welcome, 94 

^niliam, 88, 94, 95 

William H., 94 
Thing, Alvah, 108 



374 



Itibex 



Thing, Ida. 108 

Thomas, Caraandn M., 126 

Thomdike, B. Franklin, 104 

Julia H. (Pitts), 104 

Nellie P., 104 
Tibbetts, Ruth, 95, 110 
Tingley, Pebtiah, 86 
Tower. Alice £. (Hobbs), 96 

John W., 98 
Tracy, Ada £., 97, 118, 197 

Angelia S., 97 

Etto G. (Goodwin), 114 

Ferdinand, 97, 114 

James C, 97 

Leighton G., 114 

Olin B.. 114 

Olin H., 97, 114 

Susie £. (Barbaric), 114 

SylvU J. (Hobbs), 97, 114 
Urin. Abigail, 90 

William, 90 



Vamey, Albert, 120, 189 

Annie A., 120 

Clara B. (HiU), 180 

Effie L., 120 

Elvin K., 120, 129 

Gladys H., ISO 

Hannah A. (Crockett), 120, 129 

Viola G., ISO 
Walker, £]q)erienoe, 85 
Welch, Frank C, 115 
Wigan^ Lottie A. B., 106 

OBvia H. (Pitts), 105 

Parker C, 105 
Wilson, Abbie J. (Hobbs), 110 

Frank, 110 

Ida B., Ill 

May, 111 
Tl^nslow, Lucy, 97, 114, 115 
Woodman, Mehitoble, 118 
Young, Hannah E., 104 



^rt ^otir 



Adams, John Q., 168 

Lemuel, 1S8 

Lydia, 1S8 
Aiken, Alvin C, 211 

Carroll A.. 211 

Harry B., 211 

Laura M. (Keith), 211 

Nellie L.. 211 
AUen, Eliza, 192 
Ames, Annie J. (Jewett), 145 

John N., 145 
Anderson, Sarah R., 218 
Andrews, Arthur, 219 

Joseph O., 219 

Leonard, 201 

Nina C. (Dunn), 219 

Ora,201 

Rolland B., 219 
Appleton, Lucy B., 148, 174, 175 
Arnson, Jennie L., 216 
Balch, hues, 185 
Barber, Mellie M., 189 
Barrett, Charles N., 188 

Fred M., 188 

Nellie M. (Hamilton), 188 
Bates, Lottie M., 196 
Beadle. Arland G., 209 

Eva (Williams), 188 

George, 188. 209 

Laura A., 188 



Beadle, Luella, 18S, 209 

Maida L., 209 

Marion O., 209 

Marvin M., 209 

Mary J. (Hamilton), 18S, 

Merle T., 209 

Thomas J., 188, 209 

Velma O., 209 

William, 188 
Bean. Lorania, 147 
Belknap, Arthur T., 205 

Elisabeth P., 205 

Janet H., 205 

Katherine B., 205 

Mary E. (BbusdeU), 205 
Berry, Geoi^ 154 

Imogene. 154 

Luanda P. (HiU), 154 
Bessey, Vesta W., 218 
Bickfoid, Abigail W^ 148 

Benjamin P., 144 

Clementina P., 144 

Eva M.. 144, 178 

James, 148, 177, 178 

Martha E., 144 

Mary L. S., 144, 177 

Ruth S. (Peirce), 148, 178 
Bizby, AureUa (Sawtdl), 150 

Moses, 150 

F^175 



875 



Inbex 



BlaisdeU, Frank W., 175, 205 

Lucy B. (Peiroe), 175, 805 

Maiy K, 175. 205 

Mn.,148 
Blake, Harriaon 6. 0., 202 

Sarah C, 202 
Bondflon, Ndlie M. (Wait), 187 

Peter, 187 
Bowdoin, Effie, 164 

Eliot, 164 
Brackett, Harriet, 105, 218 
Bradbury, Annette T. (Bundi), 192 

Benjamin M., 191 

Byron M., 192 

Elvira R.(HiU), 191 

John C, 171 

Maida (Keaton), 192 

Sophia E. (Ripley), 192 

William F., 192 
Briggs, Earlah J., 209 

Frederick S., 209 

Lei«^ T., 209 

Luella (Beadle), 209 
Brinsmade, Ftencia, 224 
Bristow, Kate (Hamilton), 152 

Oliver G., 152 
Brown, Clementine L., 207 

Eticabeth E. (Carle) [Edgerly], 197 

Hampden C, 197 

Ruth A., 197 
Brucker, Charles, 187 

NelUe F. (Ruddell). 187 
Brundage, Martha J., 191, 215 
Burbank. James M., 162 
Butler, Clarissa (Wade). 151, 188 

T. D., 151 
Bunell, Annette T., 192 

Helen £. (Sargent). 192 

TTilbur B. L.. 192 
Carey, Abigail (Keith), 151 

Cyrus, 151 

Jane H., 151, 186. 187 
Carle, Abigail, 187, 140, 141, 149 

Abiffidl (Hamilton). 137, 189, 141. 
156-158 

Adeline D., 157 

Albert L., 158, 200 

Alice L., 197 

Ahnira, 140, 156, 195 

Ahnira J., 157 

Amelia Z., 158, 199, 222, 223 

Auretta (Sprague), 197 

Calvin C, 158, 199 

Ckude C, 200 

Cteantha, 158, 198. 220-222 



Carle. Geantha L., 200, 223 

CobumT.,200 

Cora (Moody), 200, 223 

Elisabeth £.. 157, 197 

Ella (Edgeriy), 199 

Elvira. 157. 195, 218. 219 

Emerson, 157 

George. 157. 158. 200. 223 

George E.. 157, 197 

Georgia A., 200, 228 

Harold G., 219 

Ida E., 157 

Janie V., 219 

John. 137. 139-141. 156, 105-197 

John D.. 157 

John E.. 157 

John S.. 197 

Josej^ine M. (McBea). 219 

JoahuaR..157,196,219 

Katherine M,. 197 

Keith R., 200 

LihiM..200 

livonia H., 157 

Louisa (Waklrvm), 157. 196 

Lacinda.157 

LydiaR..158 

MabelA..200 

Mary, 157 

Mary A., 202 

Mary (Galvin). 200 

Mary (Morrill), 137, 139, 141 

Mary [0*Brien], 157. 197 

Mik F., 219 

Parks F., 199 

PerleyR..197,219 

Peter, 137, 139-141, 156-158 

Peter C, 199 

Rena S., 197 

Robert B., 197 

Ruth A., 157, 196 

Sally, 140, 157, 158, 198 

Sally D., 158 

Sara E.(Crandal). 219 

Sarah, 137, 139. 141. 158. 160,^161, 
169, 171, 172 

Sarah (Zellma), 158, 199, 200 

ThelmaM.,199 

Thomas, 140, 158, 19S-200 

Thomas C, 200 

Vesta (Page), 197, 219 
Chadboume, Benjamin F.. 180 

Cyrena F. (Hamilton) [Dey]. 180 
Chase, Jotham S., 161 

Mary A., 161 
Child, Linus M., 224 



876 



Stibex 



Cbild, MyTaL.,8d4 
Clark, Abby, 146 

Alvah, 145 

£lizaO.(Peii€e),145 

JoBiah, 146 

Lorania (Bean), 147 

Mary, 155 
Qemeat, Oark, 147 

Emily, 147 

Obadiah, 147 
Clifford, Hattie, 154 
Coston, Sarah C. (Foas), 109 

Harry H., 199 
Crandal, Sara £., £19 
Culbertson, Clarissa A., 153, 189, 190 
Culver, Lottie, 215 
Currier, Lucy W., 176 
Dam, Harriet N., 173 
Davis, Amiie £., 173 

Eliza (Allen), 19£ 

Harriet N. (Dam), 178 

Joseph B., 178 

Marion (Ford), 172 

Marion M., 172 

Reuben, 192 

Rose A., 192, 216 

William, 172 
Day, Miriam, 139 
Deering, James M., 171 

Joseph G., 171 
Dennett, Betsey (Hamilton) [Hill], 
138 

Ella M., 178 

Ehnore, 178 

Eva M. (Bickfoid), 178 

George, 138 

Ina A., 178 
Dey, Clementine L. (Brown), 207 

Cyrena F. (Hamilton)* 180, 207 

Doris C, 207 

James A., 180, 207 

Liusie E., 180 

OHver G., 180, 207 

Philip S.. 207 
Dills, Julia, 186 
Doe, Frank £., 196 

Lucinda C. (Vamam), 196 
Dostie, Alice D., 206 
Dow, Betsey (Gordon), 155 

Ouoline, 155 

John, 155 
Drake, Mary A., 188, 213 
Drew, Ira T., 173 
Dudley, Abby (Clark), 145 

Daniel £., 145 



Dudley, Lydia, 145 

Trueworthy, 145 
Dunn, Abigail C, 158 

Adeline, 149, 181 

AlmiraL., 158 

Annie A. (McLean), 198 

Arthur R., 220 

BeecherE.,220 

Emery C, 158 

Emory N., 198 

Laura J., 158,198 

Levi C, 157, 197, 198 

Lisbeth A., 198 

Mary A., 220 

Mary P. (Jones), 198. 219, 220 

Moses, 149 

Nellie M., 220 

Nellie M. (Fenkson), 220 

Nina C, 198, 219 

Olin C, 158, 198, 219, 220 

Olin F., 220 

Rena E., 198, 219 

RosseU C, 158, 197 

RosseD E., 220 

RosseU O., 196, 220 

Sally (Carle), 157, 198 

Samuel C, 158 

William C, 158 
DurreU, Fidelia A. (Hamilton), 180 

Nellie R., 181 

William B., 181 
Eaton, Chester W., 173 

Theodore, 173 
Edgerly, Carl H., 197 

Elizabeth E. (Carle), 197 

Ella, 199 

Marion J., 197 

Wilbert,197 
Edmands, Elizabeth N. (Emerson), 
217 

Haidd K., 217 

Harry C, 217 

Page S., 217 

Wallace M., 217 
Elsemore, Pansy C. (Foss), 199 

Thomas, 199 
Emerson, Charles W., 194, 217 

Elizabeth N., 194, 217 

Hattie K., 194, 217 

Rosehia R. (King), 193, 217 
Emery, Gecnrge F., 168 

George L., 181 

Louis W., 181 

Mabel (Moulton), 181 

Paul H., 181 



877 



Inbex 



Eiiiery» Stiaui A. (Hamilton), 181 
EmmoDB, Emma A., 216 
RnrianH, Benjamin C.» 190 

Oara M., 190 

Clayton K., 190 

Joseph H., 190 

Joaeph R., 190 

Luella (Hamilton), 190 

Lulu I., 190 

Vera, 190 
Fairfield, JiAm, 166 

Sarah T.. 166, 80S 
Fenlaaon, Nellie M., 280 
Fisher, Dean C^ 806 

Jennie G. (Hamilton) [Tumer], 807 

Leona A. (Turner), 807 

Sidney U., 807 
Ford, Daniel, 178 

Marion, 178 

Mary, 155 
FoM, Ahna L. (Smith), 880 

Ahna R.. 880 

Amelia Z. (Carle), 199, 888. 888 

Anna L.. 199, 881 

Anthony W., 800 

Burke R., 800 

deantha (Carle), 196, 880-888 

Colby. 888 

Dorethea,888 

Emery J., 800, 888 

Eugene McA., 880 

Gnoe,881 

Joel, 199, 800, 880 

John C, 199, 880-888 

JaaephP.,800,888,888 

June, 888 

Kathleen (Laing), 888 

Kathleen M., 800, 888 

Lena (Hooper), 888 

LuallieH.,199,881 

Lucy (little). 888 

Manaret R. (Hoigan), 881 

Marion R., 881 

Mary M., 199, 881 

Mary (Pahner), 199, 800 

Panqr C, 199 

Paul P., 800, 888 

PhiUpW.,880 

Rachels., 880 

Sarah C, 199 

Thomas P., 199, 881 

Vivian, 888 

Warren S., 880 
Foster. Ann, 154, 190, 191 
French, Benjamin C, 814 




Freodi, John A., 814 

Joseph, 191 

* rdiaJ. (HamOton), 191 
(McFadyen), 814 
lence H., 814 
F^rast, Maria H., 146, 179* 180 

Peter, 146 
Gait, Agnes L., 810 

Bynm H., 810 

Donald S., 810 

Harvey H.. 810 

Maud L. (Hamihon), 810 
Galvin, Mazy, 800 
Gerry, Joseph, 187 

Patience (Hamilton), 137 
Gibbs, Charles K., 817 

Emma E. (King), 817 

George O., 817 

Lawrence B., 817 
Gibson. Charles D^ 148 

John, 147-148 

Pkri8,148 
Gtle, Albion K, 174, 176 

Eliia (Roberts), 174 

Ella L., 176, 805 

Henry,174 

Lucy W. (Currier), 176 

Bianr E., 174, 804 
Gillis, Delia E., 808 
Gordon. Betsey, 155 
Gould. Amelia A., 184 
Graham, Kate. 186 
Grant, Ines A. (Hamilton), 188 

Manvilk J., 188 
Green. Oaude. 884 

deantha L. (Carle), 88S 

Ehno,8e4 

Sidney, 884 

True, 888 
Grig9h Emma J., 811 
Grimm, John, 191 

Maggie B., 191 
Gumey, Bessie E. (Hamilton), 806 

Dorothy, 807 

Kenneth H.. 807 

Paul H., 807 

Thomas W., 807 
Hale, Edward E., 161, 808 
HaH Ivory, 174 

Lavinia, 174 

LouiM M. (Thompson), 174 
Hamilton, Abbie (Aiasdl), 188 

Abigail, 185, 187, 189-141, 156-158 

Abigail (Carle). 140, 14U 149 

Abraham L., 158, 189 



878 



Inbex 



flamiHon, Ada R., 182 
Adeline (Duirn), 149, 181 
Alheda G., 808 
Almeda S., 808 
Almira C, 148, 171 
AioDBo, 142, 100, 162, 108, 165. 202 
AloDBO A., 161, 202 
Amelia A. (Gould), 184 
Ann (Foster), 154, 190, 191 
Annette, 170, 204, 224 
Annie, 158 

Annie £. (Davis), 178 
Annie (Jude), 215 
Annie (MiUer), 184, 210 
Ark (Madding), 190 
Arthur F., 191, 208, 215 
Arthur L., 215 

Beniunin, 185, 188, 152, 189, 190 
B^amin F., 142, 160-168, 165, 100, 

178,208 
Benjamin J., 190 
Benjamin P., 186, 147, 148 
[Mrs.] Benjamin P., 185, 186 
Benjamin R., 185, 187, 189-141, 

158, 160, 161, 169, 171, 172 
Bertha, 184 
Bessie E., 180, 206 
Betsey, 185. 188, 154, 155 
Betsey H., 188 
Cecil M., 215 
Charles, 187, 149, 160, 181, 201, 

224 
Charles B., 151, 186 
Charies G., 152 
Charles H., 208 

Charles McN., 188, 151, 186, 187 
Charies R. 182 
Charies S., 150, 182, 207, 208 
Charlotte. 189, 218 
Charlotte C. (Houghtelin), 152, 188, 

189 
Christine, 188 
CUra A., 147 
Clarissa A. (Culbertson), 158, 189, 

190 
Oarissa (Leaver), 146, 180, 181 
Clarissa (Wade) [BuUer], 151, 188 
Cyiena F., 146, 180, 207 
Dora (Rudebuach), 189, 218 
Edgar H., 204 
Edith J., 184, 210 
Edith M., 206 
Edwaid E., 158 
Eflfo L., 148 
EiUM.,206 



Hamilton, Elisabeth R., 186, 146. 148 
Elisabeth (Richer), 185-140 
Elsie E. (Libby), 180, 206, 207 
Emily (Qement), 147, 148 
Emily F., 147 
Emma L., 154 
Eva A., 202 
Eva (Rosman), 201 
Esporienoe (Walker), 185 
Fidelia A., 147, 180 
Fonest H., 189 
Fiances H., 151, 187, 212. 218 
Frances M., 148 
Francis W., 154, 191, 215 
Flank, 160, 186, 201 
Frank C, 189 
Frank T., 215 
Fiederic C, 161 
George G.. 191, 215 
George K., 170, 204 
Gdda P., 208 
Grace (Jennings), 215 
Grace W., 201 
Greenfield, 146 
Guy S., 188, 150, 190, 191 
Hannah (Hohnan), 188, 149-151 
Harry F., 169, 208 
Harry W., 158 
Hattw [Cliffoid], 154 
Helen A., 224 
Helen J., 204 

Helen M. (Newcomb), 206 
Helen M. (Hayes), 204 
Henry E., 150, 188, 210 
Henry L., 151 
Howaid, 160, 200 
Hu|^186 
InesA.,182 
Jacob C, 158, 189 
James, 185, 140, 145-147, 149, 182- 

184 
JamesE.,182,208 
James F., 149, 181 
James H., 146, 147, 180, 206, 207 
James L., 208 
James M., 184 
James O., 149 
James P., 158 
James T., 180, 206 
James W., 188 
James Z., 150, 184, 210 
Jane A. (Woods), 150, 182-184 
Jane H. (Carey), 151, 186, 187 
Jane (Hill), 170, 204 
Jane (Howe), 151 



879 



Inbex 



HamiHon. Jmod. 142, 159, 109, 204 
Jamie, 152 
Jennie G., 182, 207 
Jennie W., 152 
Jenie (Tuzbury), 224 
John, 185, 137, 188, 140-142, 149, 

150, 152, 171, 184, 185, 218 
John £., 153, 189 
John F., 189 
John S., 182 
John W., 189 

Josephine £., 151, 185, 211 
Julia A., 151 
Julia A. (Leach), 208 
Julia (DillB), 186 
Julia F., 187, 151 
Julia R. (Shute), 182, 207, 206 
Julia (Stinson), 186 
Kate, 152, 188 

Lauim (SawteU), 150, 184, 185 
LauietU F., 151, 184, 211 
LaTonia,187 
Levi G., 148 
LiuieJ., 153 
LoraA.,184 
LuciaJ.,151.186,212 
Lacy A., 150, 188, 210 
LudJa, 153, 190 
Lydia, 185, 138, 139, 155 
lydia (Adams) [Mason], 138 
LvdiaJ.,191 
Mae B., 191 
Maggie B. [Grimm], 191 
Maria F., 146 

Maria H. (Frost), 146, 179, 180 
Marion L., 206 
Marion M. (Davis), 172 
Martha, 135, 142, 144, 145 
Martha J. (Bnmdage), 191, 215 
Mary A. (Chase). 161, 202 
Mary A. (Drake), 188, 218 
Mary A. (Mannon), 208 
Mary B., 202 
Mary C, 204 
Mary £., 138 
Mary £. (MaUoiy), 189 
Mary J., 150, 188, 184, 209, 210 
Mary (West), 138, 152, 158 
Mattie O. (Mecham), 209 
Maude L., 184, 210 
Mellie M. (Barber), 189 
Minnie, 188, 213 
Minnie C, 161. 202, 224 
Mmnie R., 182 
NeUie M., 152, 188 



Hamilton, Nettie, 152 

Noah, 186, 146, 180, 181 

Oliver, 186, 145, 179, 180 

Oliver G., 146, 179 

Ora (Andrews), 201 

Owen G., 201 

Patience, 187 

Paul.186 

Peletiah, 135, 187, 138, 149-15S» 188 

Fhebe F., 146 

Porter, 142, 158, 159, 200-202 

Prudence A., 154, 190, 191, 214, 815 

Robert H., 215 

Robert W., 169, 203 

Rosalthy A., 150, 182, 206» 009 

Russell B., 215 

Ruth A., 147, 208 

Ruth I^ 148 

Ruth P., 136 

Sally (mil), 159, 200, 201 

Samuel K., 142, 172 

Sarah A., 147, 170, 181 

Sarah C. (Blake), 202 

Sarah (Carle). 187, 139, 141, 158, 
160, 161, 169, 171, 172 

Sarah L. (Verrill), 201. 224 

Sarah M. (Morrill), 184, 210 

Sarah T., 161 

Sarah T. (Fairfield), 166, 167, 208 

Sophia C, 151, 185 

Susan A., 147, 181 

Susanna (Hill), 136, 145-147 

Thomas C, 169 

Walter H., 204 

^^llliam, 186 

William H., 152, 188, 213 

William O., 151 

Zelora A., 150 
Hayes, Helen M., 204 
HiU, Albert L., 198 

Alice P., 155 

AlU M., 192, 215 

Arvilla M., 154 

Betsey, 159, 170 

Betsey (Hamilton), 138, 154, 155 

Cardine, 155 

Caroline (Dow), 155 

Caroline £^ 155 

Charles H., 137 

David, 154 

Elias H., 155 

Elisabeth R., 139 

Elvira R., 154, 191 

Enodi W., 155 

Frank P., 155 



S80 



Snbex 



Hill GaidnerE., 155 

Hamilton, ISO, 154, 191, 102 

James H.. 102 

Jane, 170, 204 

Jennie (Lynch), 108 

John, 188, 180, 154, 155, 108 

John A., 155, 108 

Joseph, 150 

Joshua, 170 

(Keniflon), 188 

Lavonia (Hamilton), 187 

Ludnda P., 154 

Lydia A., 154 

liarjorie, 155 

Martha. 180, 154 

Martha £., 154 

Mary (Clark), 155 

Mary (Fond), 155 

Mary (Peirce), 155, 108 

Mary (Peirce) [Hill], 155, 108 

MehiUble D. (Locke). 130 

MehiUble L., 154, 102, 210 

Biinnie N., 102, 216 

Miriam, 154, 101, 102 

Miriam (HiU), 154, 101, 102 

Moses B., 187 

Octovus W., 154, 102, 216 

Peletiah, 130 

Rose A. (Davis), 102, 216 

Ruth B.. 102 

Sally, 150, 200, 201 

SaUy (Wadlin), 154 

Sarah £., 155 

Sarah £. (HiU) [Whitehead], 155 

Susanna, 186, 145-147 

Valentine, 155 
Hobbs, Elizabeth R. (Hamilton), 148 

Frank H., 148 

Henry, 140 
Holland, John, 168 
Hohnan, Hannah, 188, 140-151 
Hooper, Lena, 222 
Horgan, Margaret R., 221 
Hovihtelin, Charlotte C, 152, 188, 

180 
Howe, Jane, 151 
Hubbard, Bert, 106 

Lizzie L. (Robinscm), 106 
Hunt, Marion. 218 

Mina P. (Lamb), 218 

Stephen B., 218 
Huid, Mary P., 216 
Jennings, Grace, 215 
Je#ett, Annie J., 145 

Emily O. (Peirce), 145 



Jewett, Moses, 145 
Johnson, Aaron B., 186, 211 

Carrie B. (Townsend), 212 

Earl C, 211 

Emma J. (Griggs), 211 

Harry A., 211 

Hiram A., 185, 211 

Josephine £. (Hamilton), 185, 211 

Nettie M., 212 

PeU H., 186, 211 
Jones, Mary P., 108, 210, 220 
Jude, Annie, 215 
Keaton, Marcia, 102 
Keith, Abigail, 151 

Ines (Balch), 185 

Laura M., 185, 211 

LauretU F. (Hamilton). 184, 211 

Philo C, 185 

RuelZ., 184-185, 211 

Kenison, , 188 

Kennedy, Anna L. (Foss), 221 

Carr F., 221 

Oeantha C, 221 

John, 221 
Kearney, George, 160 
Kllou^, Loula, 212 
Kimball, Harriet £., 108, 217 
King, Ann G. (Ricker), 155, 108, 104 

Anna, 104 

Anna G. C. (Langan), 104 

Anne G., 108 

Charles W.. 156, 108, 217 

Eleanor L. (Moran), 104 

Elvira A.. 156 

Emma £., 108, 217 

Florence W.. 156 

Gertrude C, 104 

Gorham K., 108 

Harriet £. (KimbaU), 108, 217 

Henry H.. 156 

Horace. 156, 104 

Rebecca (^iley), 156 

Roseina R., 156, 108, 217 

Samuel, 156 

Samuel T., 155, 108, 104 
Laing, Joseph, 222 

Kathreen,222 

LuaUie F., 222 

LuaUieH. (Fobs), 221, 
Lamb, Albert, 156, 218 

Almira (Carie), 156, 105 

Anna C, 156, 105 

Betsey, 156 

Frank M., 156 

Franklin F., 156 



S81 



Jtibex 



Lsmb, George A., 100, 818 
Harriet (Brackett), 100, 218 
Jamei, 106, 190, 218 

TCtLf h^riwi^ 218 

MiiiaP.,100,218 

Nancy C. (MitcheU), 100, 218 

Nathaniel , 106, 104, 100 

Peter C, 106 

S. Annie, 100 

Sarah A. (Waldnm), 106 

Sarah G. (Bianaon). 106 

Sarah R. (Anderson), 218 

Seth T^ 106, 104, 218 
Lamkin, Lillian P., 206 
T^ngin, Anna G. C., 194 
Larraoey. Georgia A. (Carle), 228 

Mina,228 

Wilda,228 

William, 223 
Leach, Julia A., 208 
Leaver, Clariasa, 146, 180, 181 
Leiand, Joaq^ 166 
libby, Elsie £.. 180, 206, 207 

Harry C, 178 

Jadc8onH.,177 

Jennie Y. (MacLaucUan), 178 

Leon B., 177 

Mabel C, 177 

Mary L. S. (Bidcford), 177 
lichty. M. Beulah, 170 
Linflenfelter, fVanoes, 212 
little, Lu<^, 22S 
Locke, Mehitable D., 180 

Miriam (Day), 180 

Simon, 180 
Lynch, Jennie, 108 
MacLaucUan, Jennie Y., 178 
Maclean, Elisabeth, 206 

Gertrude M. (Young), 200 

Hugh L., 206 

P&ul M., 206 

^^lliam P., 206 
Macomber. Sarah H., 178, 200 
Madding, Ark, 100 
Mahaney, J. J., 188 

Kate (Hamflton), 188 
Mallory, Mary E., 180 
Mannon, Mary A., 206 
Manson, Sarah G., 106 
Masoo, ^.207 

Elmer, 207 

Minnie R. (Turner), 207 

Phila (Tuner). 207 
Mason, ,188 

Lydia (Adams), 188 



Maynard, Cora A., 188, 208 

George S., 188, 206, 200 

Hershel P., 206 

Hoy W., 208 

Pearl H., 188, 206 

Rosalthy A. (Hamflton), 199. MB 
200 

Ross M., 208 

VenMsr I., 208 
McAllister, Anna C. (Lamb), 195 

Ethel C, 100 

Henry, 100 

Louise W., 100 
McDuffee, AlU M. Hfll), 210 

Charles H., 216 

Doris, 216 

Jonathan, 216 

Marv P. (Huid), 216 
McFad^ Belle, 101 

Delmar,214 

Donald, 101 

DwightS.,214 

Edgar, 101, 214 

Grace (Wri^t), 214 

Harry, 101, 210 

John G., 101, 214 

John W., 100, 214, 210 

Katheiine L. (Snyder), 214 

Lottie (Culver), 210 

Maiy, 101, 214 

Prudcsioe A. (Hamilton), 100, 214, 
210 

Prudence M., 214 

Robert, 214 

Scott, 101 

WiUiam P., 214 

William W., 210 
McT^ean, Annie A., 108 
McRea, Joeephine M., 210 
Mecham, Mattie O., 200 
Bleserve, Clara A. (Hamflton), 147 

Clara H., 181 

James W., 147 

John, 181 

Sarah A. (HamflUm), 181 
Mfller, Annie, 184, 210 
Mfllflcen, James W., 201 
MitcheU, Nancy C, 100. 218 
Moody, Cora, 200, 228 

Hanv S., 217 

HatUe K. (Emerson), 217 

Inea R., 217 

Irene E., 217 
Moran, Keanor L., 104 
Morrill, Mary, 187, 180, 141 



S82 



I 



Inbex 



Morrm, Sank M., 184, 210 
Moulton, Mabel, 181 

Sarah, 164 
Newoomb, Helen M., 206 
Nickenon, Doris, 225 

Ftends (Brinflmade), 224 

Hiram C. 224, 225 

Marguerite C. (Rice), 224 

Orlo, 224 

Palmer R., 225 

Virflinia,225 

William B., 225 
NorveU, Edith M., 210 

Jamefl, 210 

James A., 210 

Mary J. (Hamilton), 210 

Ruth L., 210 
O'Brien, Mary, 157, 197 
Pa|{e, VesU, 197, 219 
Fame, Almira L. (Dunn), 158 

Jeremiah S., 158 
Palmer, Mary, 199, 200 
Peirce, Albion G., 177, 205 

Alice, 175, 204 

Benjamin, 136, 142-145, 175 

Benjamin F., 14S, 178 

Clarence A., 177 

Daniel 186, 176 

Daniel A., 148, 174, 204 

Eliza O., 186, 145 

Ella L. (Gile), 176, 177,, 205 

Emily J., 148 

Emily O., 186, 145 

Florence, 175 

Howard M., 148 

Ida, 175 

Idabel, 148 

James, 148, 175, 205 

[Mrs.] James, 174 

James H., 186, 142, 174-176 

Lavinia (Hall), 174 

Luanda, 186, 144. 179 

Lucy B., 148, 175, 205 

Lucy B. (Appletxm), 148, 174, 175 

Mabel L., 177 

Biartha (Hamilton), 185, 186, 142- 
145 

Mary, 155, 198 

Mary E. (Gile), 174, 204 

Ruth S., 186, 148, 177, 178 

Sarah, 186, 144, 178 
Peters, Josephine F., 228 

Kathleen M. (Foss), 222 

Iillian,228 
Phillips, Carroll H., 185 



PhiDips, Solomon T., 185 

Serbia C. (Hamilton), 185 

Walter J., 185 
Price, Ehiora B., 192 

George H., 192, 216 

Jennie L. (Arrison), 216 

John A., 216 

John L., 192, 216 

Levant H., 192 

MehiUble L. (HiU), 192, 216 

BlinaE.(Thisler),216 
Randall, Ernest R., 210 

Nettie A. (Ross), 209 

Willard, 210 
Randel, Mabel L. (Peiice), 177 

Wlliam A.. 177 
Reed, Addie. 206 

Sarah (Hamilton), 170 

Thomas L.. 170 
Reynolds Laura, 179 
Race Annette (Hamilton), 204, 224 

Marguerite C, 204, 224 

WMam T., 204, 224 
Richards, James W., 184 

Lora A. (Hamilton), 184 

William, 184 
Richer, Abigail, 189 

Ann G., 189, 155, 198, 194 

Elisabeth, 185-140 

Elvira, 189 

Genhom, 189, 155 

Joshua, 185, 189 

Lydia (Hamilton), 189, 155 
Ripley, Sophia E., 192 
Roberts, Elisa, 174 
Robinson, Delus S., 196 

John, 196 

Lizsie L., 196 

Ruth A. (Carle), 196 
Root, Jennie W. (Hamilton), 188 

Justin D., 188 

NeUie L., 188 
Rosman, Eva, 201 
Ross, Horace, 188, 210 

Jennie R., 188 

Lucy A. (Hamilton), 188, 210 

Nettie A., 188, 209 

Willis E., 188 
Ruddell, Albert P., 187 

Charles H., 186, 212 

Charles L., 187 

Frances (lingenfelter), 212 

Fmnds B., 212 

Frank H., 187 

Frederic H., 187 



S8S 



iniiex 



Ruddell, Harold McN., 187, 218 

Henry L., 212 

Henry P., 186 

Kate (Graham), 186 

Loula (KiUou^), 212 

Luda J. (Hamilton), 186, 212 

Nellie P., 187 

William C, 187, 212 

William P.. 212 
Rudebiuch, Dora, 189, 218 
RuaaeU, Abbie, 182 
Sargent, Helen E., 192 
Sawtell, Aurella, 150 

Betaey, 150 

Laura, 150, 184, 185 

Silas P., 150 
Scott, J. Weaver, 218 

Biinnie (Hamilton), 218 

Selma,218 
Selfrid«e, lliomas O., 174 
Shatto, Charles R., 211 

Dorothy M., 211 

Edith J. (Hamilton), 210 

Jean, 211 
Shute, Julia R., 182, 207, 208 
Simpson, Addie (Reed). 179, 206 

Alice D.(DosUe), 206 

AUce J., 206 

Charles E., 179, 206 

Charles P., 145, 178, 206 

Frank E., 179 

John L., 144. 179 

Laura (Reyn<^ds), 179 

Luanda (Peiroe), 144, 179 

M. Beulah (Lichty), 179 

Richard E., 206 

Sarah L.. 179 

William L., 179 
Skerrye, W. P., 167 
Smith. Alma L., 220 

Edith L., 218 

Florence A., 218 

Jeremiah, 189 

John, 135 

Louise E., 218 

Luda E. (Wait), 212 

Martha (HiU), 189 

William H., 212 
Snow, Joseph, 160 
Snyder, Katherine L., 214 
Sprague, Auretta, 197 
SUies, Cora A. (Maynard), 208 

James H., 209 

Mabel R., 209 
Stinson, Julia, 186 



Stone, Theodore, 159 

Strader, Charlotte (Hamilton), 218 

Biary B., 218 

Ralph, 218 
Sylvester, Albert H.. 205 

Alke (Peirce), 204 
Tliisler, Mina E., 216 
lliompson, Charles B^ 183 

Charles N., 221 

Cleantha I., 221 

Laura A. (Hamilton), 18S 

Louise M., 174 

Biary M. (Foss), 221 
Thurlow, Abbie C, 198 

George, 198 

Laura J. (Dunn), 198 

Myra D., 196 
Tooker, Edith E. (Vamam). 218 

Elona v., 219 

George L., 219 
Townsend, Carrie B., 212 
Trimble, Ethel C. (McAllister). 195 

Horace G., 195 
Turner, Jennie G. (Hamilton), 207 

Judaon A., 207 

LeonaA.,207 

Minnie R., 207 

Phila,207 
Tuzbury, Jessie, 224 
Vamam, Averil L., 218 

Avis E., 218 

Charies B.. 196, 218, 219 

Charles E., 196, 218 

Edith E., 196, 218 

Elvira (Cark), 195, 218, 219 

Esther H., 218 

John W., 196 

Kathryn C, 196 

Lindsay C, 218 

Lois E., 218 

Lottie M. (Bates), 196 

Luanda C, 196 

Mary L., 196 

Merle C, 196 

Willaid A., 196 

VesU B., 218 

VesU W. (Ben^), 218 
Verrill. Sarah L., 201, 224 
Wade, Ckiissa, 151, 188 

Sylvanus, 151 
Wadlin, SaUy, 154 
Wait, Alice H., 187 

Charles McN. H., 187 

Eugene L., 187 

Frances H.(Hamilton), 187. 212,218 



384 



IMitx 



Wait, fiances M., 187, 213 

Henry W., 187 

John K., 187 

Luda £., 187, 218 

Margaret J., 187 

NelUe O. (Woriey), 187 

Nellie M., 187 

Richards., 187, 218,218 
Waite, Frances M. (Wait), 218 

George H., 218 

John R., 218 

TTihna W., 218 
Waldron, Louisa, 157, 108 

Sarah A., 156 
Walker, Experience, 185 
Welch, AdelbertJ.,216 

Dorothy, 216 

Emma A. (Emmons), 216 

Fremont A., 216 

GleadeU, 216 

John G., 216 

Minnie N. (HiU), 216 

Sadie. 216 
West, Biary, 188, 152, 158 
Whitoomb, Beecher D., 220 

Karl B., 220 

Katherine W., 220 

Rena E. (Dmm), 210 
Whitehead, John W., 155 

Sarah £. (Hill), 155 
Whitman, Bernard, 202, 224 



Whitman. Ddia E. (GtHis), 208 

Edward H., 208, 224 

Fa]es,208 

Frances C, 208 

Jason, 202 

John, 148 

Lillian F. (Lamkin), 208 

Linus C, 224 

Marcus, 148 

Minnie C. (Hamilton), 202, 224 

MyraL. (Child), 224 

Sarah N., 208 

Walt, 148 
Wiley, Rebecca, 156 
Williams, Eva, 188 

Wilson, , 162 

Wing, George C, 167 
Woods, Jane A., 150, 182-184 
Worley, Nellie O., 187 
Wright, Grace, 214 
Yeaton, AUce L. (Carle), 107 

John R., 107 
Young, Gertrude M., 178, 205 

Martin E., 144 

Mary H., 144 

Saiah H. (Macomber), 178, 205 

Sarah (Peiroe), 144, 178 

William, 144, 178 

William P., 144, 178, 205 
ZeUma, Sarah, 158, 100, 200 



^rt fibt 



Abrams, Carrie W. (Hamilton), 287 

Earl 287 
Adams, Addle (Witham), 278 

Clan F., 278 

James, itS 

Luden, 240 

Mary, 248 
Allard, Ada C, 272 

Amelia F. (Nutter), 272 

John F., 272 
Allen, Betsey, 282 

Charles F., 284, 254, 288 

Clara L., 255 

Clara (ItfcEwen), 288 

Eliaabeth M., 284 

Emma C. (Goulding), 254 

Emma E., 288 

Esther A. (Loring), 254, 288 

Frank L, 255 

Gertrude M., 255 



Allen, Isabella, 288 

John W., 278 

Kesiah (Berry), 278 

Lormg J., 255, 288 

Luda F., 278, 808, 800 

Mary, 807 

Mary A., 284, 255, 280 

Mary (Hamilton), 284, 254, 255 

Mary J., 276 

Samuel 284, 254, 255 

Sarah E. (Roberts), 254 
ADey, Ellen, 287 
Andrews, Bessie B. (Strentisdi), 817 

Charles C, 284 

Gertrude S., 284 

Julia C, 817 

Julia £., 282 

Lucy 244 

Sophia E. (Hobbs), 284 
Annstrong, Annie L., 278» 812 



885 



Jtiiiex 



Amiftroiig^ Amue (Mimroe), §78 

Jolm,ir78 
Ashley, CUriMa, 276 
Aflhworth, Sanh, 276 
Athertdi, Clua A. (Smith)* 866 

Josepli A., S66 
Atkinium, Charie8,877 

CUriant (Sevennoe), 877 

Elisabeth J.» 877 

George M.» 877 

1^ J. (BiiskU), 877 
Babb, Albert A., 865 

Almeda (Goodwin), 864, 897 

Eddie P.. 865. 897 

George W., 864, 897 

Lisde E., 865, 897 

Mary H. (Peters), 897 

Veiiia M., 897 

Villa A., 897 
Babcock, Emeline, 858, 891 
Bancroft Carrie O. (Hamilton), 858 

Edward M., 858 
BanAay, Charles, 846 

£]]sa,846 

John, 846 

Mary P. (Peterson), 846 
Banks, Elias P., 889, 816 

£linbeth,816 

Prank E., 889, 816 

Helen M. (Eldridge), 889, 816 

Irene H., 816 

Sara £. H. (Morton), 816 
Barker, Asa, 887 

Ellen (Alley), 887 

Ida P., 887 
Beals, Georfla, 898 
Bean, Alice M. (Hall), 856 

Charles A., 856 
Beery, AlberU L., 886 

Almiia (Hamilton), 886 

Monte N., 886 
Bemifl, David, 888 

Martha A. (Hamilton) [Lowry], 888 
Benjamin, PreideriiJc L., 896 

liOian A. (Moulton), 898 

liOian M.. 896 
Bennett, Alfred, 808 

Lettie J., 808 

Loantha C, 818 

Martha (Wagrtaff), 808 

]iiaryE..849 
Berry, Annie L., 877 

Charles H., 877 

Charles L, 877 

Dorcas, 808 



Berry, Hannah BL, 844, 876^ 877 

John H^ 844 

Kesiah,873 

]iiabelG.,aOO 

Biary A. (Lundgren), 877 

Mary (Poss), 844 

Mary J. (BubmsII) [Atkinson], fH 

Thankful, 845. 847 
Blake, Charles H.. 285 

Martha J. (Newman), 886 
Boothby. Mary, 871 

Rebecca J., 871 
Bomne, Dorothy BL, 817 

Eliia (Downing), 817 

John D., 817 

John P., 817 

Mamie O. (Durgin), 817 

Paul, 817 
B<^d* Emma J. (Buodl), 806 

PnakJ.,807 

George W., 807 

James. 807 

Laura M^ 807 

Mary (Allen), 807 
Bradbury, Annette T. (BuskU), 275 

Benjamin M., 875 

Byron M., 875 

Mvira R. (HiU), 875 
Bragdon, Lacy J., 804 
Brant, Catherine L, 888, 814 
Brickett, Catherine (Whitaker), 288 

Emma J., 868, 808 

John, 868 
Bridges, Jacob, 868 

Patience (Goodwin), 868 

Sarah E. G^ 868 
Brown, Alke, 846, 815 

Beatrice I., 806 

Edwin, 870 

Esther B^ 806 

Pannie, 816 

Prank E., 806 

George v., 806 

Grace M. (Bussdl), 870 

Helena P. (BuskU). 806 

John T., 878 

Joseph E^ 870 

Laura (BucUand), 873 

Mabel E. (Fhilbrkk), 806 

Mary E., 858 

Nellie A., 878, 809 
BacUand, Laura, 878 
Bumham, Addie (Oikes), 869 

Caroline (Stone), 809 

Cora (Newell), 808 



386 



itibex 



Burnham, Elbridge G., 909 

George, 289 

Heten J. D. (Bunell), 889 

John S.» 808 

Joseph C„ 880 

lianetta, 880, 890 

Biildred G., 809 

Hiomas L., 809 
Burns, Adelaide (Ettinger), 809 

Columbus W., 809 

Gertrude (Newell), 809 

Herbert, 809 

Robert N., 809 
Burrill, AUce £.. 888 

Corisan B. (Wheeler), 888 

Stephen F., 887 
Burt, Mary L., 801 
Busidl, Aaron P., 881, 844, 878, 877 

Abel H., 881 

Abinil (Emerson), 841, 888, 889 

Ad^ne (Savage), 881 

A0ies.8Off 



Agnes, 
A^ed 



fied E., 808 
Alonxo H., 845, 877, 810, 811 
Alvah C, 848 
Alvin, 881 

Alyin C, 841, 889, 808 
AJyin H., 844, 878 
Amelia (Cunningham), 848 
Ann E. (Murphy), 844, 875, 878 
Ann M., 848 
Annette T., 875 
Annie, 881 
Annie (Curran), 805 
Annie C. (Spear), 808 
Annie E. (McLdland), 810 
Annie L. (Armstiong), 878, 818 
Annie T. (Kane), 878 
Arthur G., 805 
Asa, 808 
Auiel O., 878 
Austin, 848 
Benjamin F., 848 
Bertha, 874, 805 
Bertha M., 875 
Bessie L., 805 
Bion H., 845, 879 
Cazolme,881 
Carrie S., 878, 818 
Catherine, 881 
Catherine (White), 881 
Charles £. S., 889 
Charles W., 848 
Chester O., 805 
Clara F. (AdMBu) [Doe], 878 



Buesell, Cyde F., 805 
Dana [or Simeon Daoa], 881 
Daniel F., 808 
David W. N., 878 
Dora C, 845, 880 
Dorcas (Hamilton), 881, 841-848 
EariT.,805 

Edmund C. 841, 888, 808, 80S 
Edmund N., 808 
Effie A., 878 
Etiia A., 841 
Eliia B., 845, 879 
Elisabeth (Meserve), 848, 845, 874 
Elwyn B., 880 
Emuy, 808 
EDmia,808 

Emma F. (Whittemore), 880 
Emma J., 881, 870, 808 
Enmia J. (Brickett), 888, 808 
Emma M., 805 
Ethel, 805 

Eunice, 845, 874, 877, 878 
Eunice B. (Libby) [Hanson], 878 
Eunice (Buaiell), 845, 874, 877, 878 
Eunice £., 845, 878. 818 
Eunice F.. 870, 808 
Evelyn M., 889, 808 
Fannie M., 805 

Frances E. (Jose), 870, 804-808 
Frances L., 879 
Frances M. (Hamilton), 845, 847, 

879,880 
Frank F., 808 
F^ank L., 875, 879 
Franklin O., 848, 870, 807 
Fled E., 889, 80S 
Fled P. C, 875, 809 
FMerick J., 870, 804 
George, 881, 841, 888, 889 
George G., 808 
George H., 848, 889, 804-808 
George I., 870 
George W., 875 
Gerrish L., 841, 888, 808 
Gertrude, 848 
Grace E. (Campbell), 807 
Grace M., 870 
Grace M. (Ingalls), 811 
Hannah E^ 845, 874 
Hannah E. (Buoell), 845, 874 
Hannah (Goidon), 845 
Hannah J., 805 
Hannah M«, 848 

Hannah M. (Berry), 844, 878, 877 
Hannah R. (Cousens), 841, 889 871 



387 



iitbex 



BihmU, Hury I^ 805 
HainrO^tTS 
Hud G^ 900 
Helen E., 874 

Helen £. (StigaA), 87A. 900 
Helen J. D., 800 
Helena F^ 870, 905 
Henry T., 881, 841, 880-871 
Herbert G^ 877, 811 
Hetbert W., 808 
HeMkkh, 881, 845 
Heeddeh D., 881, 848. 874 
Ida C. E. (Sulir), 810 



Irma J., 870 
ljaiah,845 

Jolin C, 881, 848. 875, 870 
Jolin M^ 841 
Joieph, 881 
Jos^ W^ 877, 810 
Joi^ihine G., 845, 870 
Joe^iine G. (BiukU), 870 
Jonah H. B., 881, 845-847, 870, 
Julia A., 848, 871, 807, 806 
Leila M. (Nason), 880 
Leon C^ 807 
Leonard A., 875 
Leonard O., 848, 845. 874 
Lettie J. (Bennett), 808 
Lewis F., 808 

805 
D^870 

M., 870, 806 
Lqyal,881 
Luanda, 841 
Luanda C. (BSD), 870 
Mabd,848 
Mabel E., 878» 808 
Mabel F., 805 
Maggie M., 878» 811 
Maggie (Oliver), 877, 810, 811 
Mar^uet A. (EfUbrook), 870 
Marguerite, 848 
Martt D., 844, 876 
Martha U 848» 874 
Mary, 841 

Mary A., 841, 860, 808, 804 
Maiy A. (Newton), 876 
Mary E., 844, 875, 810 
Mary P., 881, 848, 871-878 
Mary J., 848. 844, 877 
Maiy O. (Thomaa), 805 
Maiy (Ridkm), 844 
Mattie L., 874 
MoUk (Sebastian), 860 



BunelL Myra S^ 805 

Nathanid, 881, 841-846 

NeDie E^ 878, 811 

Oia M., 875 

Olive M^ 808 

Oliver C^ 881 
A^ 870, 807 
C^ 870, 805 

Otia A., 845, 878. 818 

Ba]phC^805 

Bi^aid G^ 811 

Ruby W^ 880 

Sadie A., 805 

8amud,881 

SamudC.,848 

Sarah A^ 881, 846, 880 

Sarah E^ 848, 870, 807 

Sarah E. G. (Bridges), [Pahner], fOB 

Sarah (Hill) [Gordon], 841 

Sarah P. (Emersan). 800, 908, 90S 

Sc^ihia (Thomas), 848 

Susan R. ((Gordon), 870, 907 

ThOTias iu, 811 

Vena W^ 880 

Walter P^ 868, 808 

^Tilbur B. L., 844, 875, 800 

^V^Ibur J., 810 

Winard,848 

^lUiam E., 805 

¥niliam R., 881, 844, 874, 877, t78 

Winnifred (Quinn), 808 
Calkins, Mary M., 871 
Gampbdl. D. R., 807 

GnoeE., 807 

Eleanor (Lovejoy), 807 

Maiy, 810 
Carle, Andrew P., 871 

lacena J. (Phillips), 871 

Etiaabeth, 880, 884-888 

¥^ankE^871 

John, 880 

Mary (MorriU), 880 

Mary M. (Calkins), 871 
Carll, Alice V.. 801 

Alta U. (Davis), 867 

BemioeL^OOO 

Carrie B. (Tibbetts), 840 

Charity (Hamilton). 890, 898-810 

Charles K., 840 

Clara A., 840. 800 

Oarissa (Smith), 880. 866^ 867 

Cora B., 866, 806 

Cora B. (GutfOt 900 

Cora (I>yer). 800 

Ella (Cousens), 800 



S88 






Caril, E^dyii S^ 801 

FaimieLb,240 

Fnnoes R^ 801 

FniikE.,800 

Guy £^ 260, »0 

Guy J^ 800 

HftroldH.,aOO 

Ida B., 240 

lMeIS.,880 

James B^ tOO, 800 

JohnW^ttO 

JoMphine V^ 800 

Leroy H., tOO, 800 

Leslie B., 801 

Lima A^ see, 290 

Lottie v., 800 

Louisa B., 281. 280, 208 

Luoena A., 240 

Mabel G. (Berry), 800 

MardaA., 240 

Maiy A., 280, 200 

Maiy £. (Wentworth), 287 

Maiy H., 281, 240, 207, 208 

Menqr, IKIl 

llfiriam, 282. 246<450 

Nathaniel, 281, 289, 288 

Nathaniel S.. 240, 200, 267, 800 

Nellie G., 260, 299 

Olive, 281, 288, 20^-264 

Fterl A., 800 

Rena L. (Gface). 800 

Sabia V. (Gup^), 206, 298-800 

Samuel, 280, 282, 288-240 

Samuel H., 240, 200. 298-800 

Silena A., 240 

Wallace R., 299 

William £., 206, 298 
Carpenter, Jacob, 272 

Iaabel,272 

Biary J. (Kelley), 272 
Carter, Caddie L.. 261. 298 

Biaici/i I. (Tower), 261, 298, 294 

Myra A., 261, 294 

William E.. 261. 298, 294 
Chamberiin, Clyde B.,'811 

Florence M., 811 

Florence S. (Wentworth), 811 

Fred, 811 

John R.. 811 

Mainaret, 811 

NeUie £. (Bussdl). 811 
Champgone, Sophie, 288 
Chaplin. Alice M. (HaU) [Bean]. 256 

Joseph W.. 256 
Clark. Bertha E., 290 



Claric, Clara A. (Eldridge), 290 

Clesson J.. 290 

Florence M.. 290 

Helen E., 290 

Blo^. 229-288 
Cleaves, Almira, 271, 808 

Benjamin F.. 249. 250 

Catherine I. (Brant), 288, 814 

Charles H.. 275, 288, 814 

Claience, 284 

Coral M., 284 

Daniel 275 

Daniel H., 274 

David B., 288 

£lisha,271 

Eugene H., 284 

Howard H., 284 

Ida £. (Gordon), 288 

Isabel C^ 288 

James D., 288 

James H., 249. 288, 814 

Martha L. (BuBsdl), 274 

Biarvel I., 814 

Mary A. (Hamilton), 249, 288 

Mary M. (Herington), 814 

Nancy (Drew), 271 

Narcissa (Umi), 275 

RetU L. (Foss), 249 

Robert J^ 288 

Seth,249,288 
Clements. Myrtle D.. 815 
aemons, Edward R., 289 

Emily O. (Caril), 289 

Frank, 



Ouff . CarU. 299 

Clyde N.. 299 

Cora B.. 800 

Eben,800 

James, 299 

NeUie G. (CarU). 299 

Sumner H.. 299 

Wilbur L^ 299 
Colby, Carrie L. (Lovejoy), 257 

Henry S., 257 
Cole, James R., 282 

Martha A. (Hamilton), 282 
CoUamore, Urania M.. 802 
Conroy. MaryA.. 278 
Cook. James H.. 247 

Sarah B. (Hamilton). 247, 282 

Sarah J., 247, 282, 818 

Sjdvester, 247, 282 

William A.. 247 
Cotton. Charles. 264, 296 

Emma O., 264 



389 



Itibex 



i). 



Cotton, Jdia E. (Good 

LemiMLM4.2M 

LuBe£.,0M 

Lune P. (LomlMid)* 8M 

Raymond C, 890 
CooMDi, Ebcneier* 841 

EOa^dOO 

Hannah R.» 841, 80(Mr71 

Sarah (Parker), 841 
Cmnmingi, Emma O. (Goodwin), 864 

Bffilon A., 864 
Cunnin^iam, Amelia, 848 
Gurran, Annie, 805 
Codling, Ernest E^ 878 

John E^ 878 

Mabel E. (Busidi), 878 

Bodlla (Strout), 878 
Cnihman, Fannie I. (Hamilton), 887 

James F., 887 

Martha C, 887 

MyionH^887 
Danids, Laura E., 885, 815 
Darker, Evelyn E., 816 

Nellie M. ^dridge), 816 

Badiard,816 
Davies, Abbie R., 859 
Davis, Alice (Brown), 815 

Alta M., 867 

Clifford S., 898 
Davis, Elisabeth J. (Hamihon), 860» 
898,898 

Eunice J. (Hamflton), 885, 815 

George H^ 886, 815 

Jsner A. W^ 898 

Jefferson, 854 

JuIiaE^898 

Julia E. (Andrews), 898» 817 

IisBeB.,898 

Mildred E., 815 

Miller J^ 885, 815 

M]naBL,886 

Parker S^ 860, 898, 817 

Parker W^ 860. 898 

Roland P., 898, 817 

Sally (Worcester), 860 

St^hen,860 
Day, Lura I., 860 
Dearborn, Elisa E., 881 
Deering, Dorothy, 808 

Edward M., 871, 807 

Julia A. (BusseU), 871, 807, 808 

Mabel G. (Tridcey), 808 

Martm H., 871 

Ndlie R^ 871, 808 

Rebecca E., 871 



Deering^ Rebecca J. (BootU^), t7I 

Robert W^ 871. 807, 808 
Deshon, Hannah, 858, 886 
Doe, Clara F. (Adams). 878 

Lorinft 878 
DolanTWinified A^ 865 
Donahue, , 848 

Kate (Goodridge), 848 
Donaven, Maud, 887 
Doten, Effie H., 857 
Doty, Cyrus, 870 

Frsnces E. (Jose) [Bnsadl], 070 
Dow, Ndlie M^ 810 
Downing, Elisa, 817 
Dresser, Frances K., 888 

Gilman, 888 
Drew, Ira T^ 850 

Nancy, 871 
Dunn, Bertha BL (Bnodl) [Mc- 
Calmon], 875 

William M^ 875 
Durgin, Almon C, 851 

Benjamin, 808 

Clara A. (Cartt), 840 

Dorcas (Berry), 808 

Edwin C^ 840 

Fannie A., 840 

Famsworth, 806, 817 

Mamie O^ 808. 817 

Mary ^LmbaU), 851 

Myra B.. 806 

Nancy E. (Newdl), 806, 817 

Rose, 851 
Dyer, Albion K. P., 804 

Cora, 899 

Freeman, 804 

Luanda S. (Wormwood) \BSn 
[Wateriiouse], 808 

Lucy J. (Bragdon), 804 

Ndlie M^ 804 

Rose M., 801 
Eaton, Caddie L. (Carter), 896 

When O.. 898 

Mildred. 894 

Ralph C, 894 
EldricUe, Addie H., 856 

AlvSi G., 856, 889. 816 

Charles H., 856 

Charles W., 889, 816 

Clara A., 856, 890 

Ddia A. (Wancn), 889, 816 

Ellen E. (Newman), 855, 889, 290 

Emily F.. 856, 889, 817 

Fsnnie 0rown). 816 

Helen M., 856, 889, 816 



390 



iniiex 



Eklridge, Jolm C.» 256 

Leon W^ 816 

Levi G., ft55, 880 

Lmm (Bidutrdaoii), 880 

Melville N., 8M 

Nellie M., 880, 816 

Olive M., 816 

Ralph H.» 880 
Elkinfl, Marguet, 878 
Ellis, Abbie R. (Davies), 850 

Earl L., 850 

Everett A., 850 

Linie M. (HamiHfln), 850 

TVuxnan W., 850 

Waldo T., 850 
Ely, Addie F. (Trafton), 808 

Charles H., 808 

Cheever H., 808 

TVaftonL., 808 
Emerson, Abigail. 841, 868, 860 

Benjamin, SJSO 

Bradbury, 241 

Mary (Peavey), 241 

Sarah O., 860, 808, 808 

Sarah O. (Stacey), 860 
Emery, J. T. G., 840 

Alferetta B., 840 
RmmnffM, Dora, 881 

Eugenie M., 881, 817 

Oliver, 881, 818 

Sarah A. (Hamilton), 881, 818 
EsUbrook, George W., 876 

Marigaret A., 876 

Mary J. (Allen), 876 
Ettinger, Adelaide, 800 
Evans, Isabella A. (HaU), 856 

ynXbva J.. 856 
Pdah. Mary A. (HanuHon), 814 

Ormand, 814 

Robert B., 814 
Ferguson, Afanira, 858, 858, 886^ 887 

Robert, 870 

Wmnie B. (TVler) [KimbaU], 870 
Files, Adeline N. (Whitney), 878 

Caroline (BusmH), 881 

Flora E., 878 

Lewis J., 881 

Solomon S., 878 
Fitsgerald, Charity, 877 
Flint, Ada T., 801 
Fdsom, Alice G. (Locke), 881, 818 

Eliia E. (Dearborn), 881 

Kerm, 846, 881 

Lavinia A., 881 

Lavinia (Hamilton), 846, 881 



0. 



Folaom, Martha E., 846 

SaiahE^846 

Zopher R., 846, 881, 818 

Zora R., 881, 818 
Foote, Marguerite, 878 
Forrstrom, Esther B. C 

Carl J., 806 
Foes, 1^,844 

RettaL^840 
Foster, Bemice R., 806 

Charles, 806 

laoenaM., 806 

Eunice F. (Buasell), 806 
FoiHer, F. H., 848 

Marguerite (BusmU), 848 
Fowles, Julia A., 878. 880 
Eraser, Catherine, 880 

John, 880 
Frendi, Edgar L., 885 

Laura E. (Hamilton), 885 
Fuller, Carl H., 857, 801 

Caidine S. (Langley), 857, 801 

FWenoe M., 857 

Genevie^ 857 

George E., 857, 801 

Marion A. (Keene), 801 
Gallop, Ahnira, 857, 801 
Gile, Ada T. (Flmt), 801 

Emma F., 867 

Flora J. (Ham), 867 

Frank H., 867, 801 

Frederick L., 867 

Mary L. (Burt), 801 

Sarah J. (McKenney), 867, 801 

Stephen, 867, 801 

William H., 867 
Gibpatric Flora M. (Warren), 818 

Frank E., 888 

Fred C, 888, 818 

Joseph, 888, 818 

Sandi J. (Cook), 888, 818 

Winifred, 888 
Gooch, Elk I. (Locke), 848 

George I., 848 
Goodridge, Kate, 848 

Mary A. (NeweU), 848 

Morris D., 848 

William A., 848 
Goodwin, , 881 

Addis K, 868 

Albra,848 

Alfred, 868 

Alfreda J., 848 

AUoe,868 

Alice L. (Heath), 868, 805, 806 



391 



3nbex 



Goodwin. Almeik, 289. £64. ttT 
Amaadft (Khnbeiiy). tUt 
Annie (Bunell). 281 
Arnette (LoweU), M8 
BoatrioeH..8M 
BemaminA^Mt 
Brajunin H.. tSB. MS 
Bknclie V., 8M 
Burton E.. 898 
Charles C, 289, 288 
Cheries P., 084 
Clatm.29ff 
CUienoe L., 295 
Cyrus H.. 288, 288. 295 
David R.f 262 
Donald R.. 295 
Edward. 288 
Ella J^ 282 
Emily O.. 289 
Emma. 295 
Ervmg K*. 282 
Esther M.. 295 
Eva M. (Humbert). 298 
F^ank B., 288, 296 
¥^ankH^289 
George D., 808^ 295 
George R., 295 
Harry G., 288 
Herbert M., 289 
Ivory F., 288, 268. 295, 298 
Joanna, 239, 264, 296, 297 
Joanna G.. 268 
Julia R., 289, 264, 296 
Kenneth F.. 296 
Laura (Shipley). 295 
BiabelL., 296 
Marjorie S., 289 
Mary B. (White), 295 
Mary J. (Bundl), 242 
Mary J. (Smith), 242 
Mary J. (Sprague), 289 
Mary J. (llumias), 262 
Mary (Ilieriault), 296 
]iiay,295 

Nancy (Smith). 288 
Nettie C^ 262 
dive (CarU), 288, 262-984 
Owen H.. 268 
Patience, 268 
Robert A., 262 
Robert L., 262 
Ruth E. (Sargent), 296 
Ruth F., 295 
Ruth v., 289 
Samuel C, 289. 262, 264. 295 



Goodwin. Samuel T^ 808^ 295 

Sarah J. (Randolph). 202. 295 

Thomas. 288. 209^MI4 

William R^ 202 
Goidoo. Amos. 270 

Hannah. 245 

Ida £.. 288 

Joseph. 242 

Sarah (HiU). 241 

Susan R., 270. 807 

Susan (Roberts). 270 
Gormily. Mary J^ 284. 814. 815 
Gould. ^,281 

Emma J. (Buasdi). 231 

NeDie.240 

Susan. 808 
Gottlding. Emma C. 254 
Grace, Rena L.. 800 
Grant. Abigail. 237. 280. 861 

Gcnenl.250 
Gr»r. Abnon F.. 291 

diaries U 291 

Clarenoe U 291 

Ethel R. (Loveioy). 290 

Ines E.. 291 

Violet a. 291 
GriiBn. Susan £. B^ 261. 208 
Griffith. Elisa A. (Bunell). 241 

Samuel. 241 
Guptill. Abigul W. (Hamilton}. 285 

raden.286 

Ethel M., 286 

Everett W.. 286 

Frank E.. 286 

John. 268 

Leslie B^ 286 

LiBieS..268 

Mary A. (Hamilton). 286 

Orin.268 

Sabra V^ 266. 296-800 

Sunn M^ 286 
Hagben^ Alice M. (Hudson). 290 

aMarL..290 
Haley. George F.. 250 

RuUi. 247, 281 
Hall. Adeline B. (Newman). 256, 280 

Alice M., 256 

Charles B., 256, 290 

Charles R.. 290 

Emily E. (Tucker), 290 

EtU L.. 259 

florenoe M., 290 

Frank D.. 256, 290 

Grace E., 290 

IsabeUa A.. 256 



802 



3Mlvx 



Ham, Edwin J., 267 

Flora J., 9fft 

Harriet L. (Hobba), M7 
Hamilton, Abbie F., 888 

Abel, 289-888, 868, 868 

Abel R., 884 

Abigail, 880, 840 

Abigail (Giant), 887, 800, 861 

Abigail W^ 866 

Ada E., 888 

Agnes B. (Maiahall), 816 

Agnes M., 816 

AnMrt,888 

Albion P.. 884, 868, 886 

Alferetta B., 849 

Alfred W., 868 

AUoe E. (BurriU), 888 

Alice N. (Lord), 884 

Ahna L. (Shinn), 886 

Almira, 886 

Abnira (Ferguson), 868, 868, 886, 
887 

Alonao £., 847, 881 

Al^ah, 880, 886, 867 

Alvab C, 886, 867 

Alvab M., 888 

Ann R. (Roberts), 861 

Anna E., 868, 891 

Arthur S., 861 

Augusta J. (Jordan), 887 

Barbara L., 891 

Barbara V., 888 

Beatrice, 892 

Benjamin, 229, 281, 288, 84(M60 

Benjamin F., 838, 860, 888 

Betsey, 889 

Betsey (Allen), 888 

Burton R., 286 

Calyin L., 286, 268 

Caroline B. (lindsay), 286, 867 

Caroline (libby), 863, 887 

Carrie E., 860 

Carrie M., 868 

Carrie O., 863 

Carrie W.. 887 

Charity, 889, 880, 888, 888-840 

Charles, 888 

Charles F., 868 

Charies H., 868, 884, 886 

Charles L., 888, 861, 884, 816 

Charies M., 868 

Charies S., 848, 888 

Clara E. (Low). 867 

Clarence, 269, 286 

Clifford A.. 268 



Hamilton, Cyrus K., 282, 846^2«7 
Daniel S., 248, 283, 818, 814 
Daniel W., 286, 269 
Dora (Emmons), 281 
Dorau, 229, 281, 241-846 
Doris, 892 
Edward A., 264, 288 
Edward H., 288 
Edward L., 268 
Eliia J., 247 

Eliiabeth (Carle), 880, 884-888 
Eliiabeth I. (Pevere), 886, 868-860 
Elisabeth J., 838, 860, 892, 298 
Elisabeth M., 260 
EUa S. (LeaviU), 288, 818, 814 
Ehner F., 261, 298 
Elonia C, 268 
Elsie M., 284 

Emeline (Babcock), 268, 291 
EmUy L., 864 
Emma E., 262, 286, 816 
Emma E. (Hamilton), 262, 286, 816 
Emma L. (Tanner), 268 
Ephraim, 289, 830, 884-288 
Esther E^ 282 
Ethel M. (Wakefield), 264 
Ethel S., 287 
Etto L. (Hall), 269 
Eugene M., 269 
Eunice, 289 

Eunice J., 284, 262, 286, 816 
Experience (Walker), 289 
EsraP., 883 
Fannie I., 863, 287 
Florence, 288 
Forrest S., 268, 287 
Frances K (Dresser). 282 
Frances M., 246, 247, 279, 280 
Francis, 280, 287, 260, 261 
FnncisH.,284 
Fhuik,288 
Franklin D., 286 
Franklin H., 286 
Fled S., 281 

George G., 262, 286, 816 
George H., 316, 317 
George J., 234, 262, 286, 286 
George L., 261, 286, 816 
George V., 288, 260, 291 
Gertrude S. (Andrews), 284 
Gladjni,287 
GUd^s E., 284 
Grace, 269, 287 
Grace (Sholds), 293 
Hannah (Deshon), 262, 286 



3dS 



inbex 



Hamilloii, Hury, 886 
Hwnr E^ 800, 891, 808 
Hattw (Maduon) rV^^mams], 886 
HaiBd,887 
Henry. 880, 8S4 
Henry C, 884, 858, 888 
Herbert, 886 
Herbert A^ 886^ 815 
Hinun,884 

Hcmoe, 884. 858, 886, 887 
HowbH B., 858, 858, 886^ 815 
HowERi W., 816 
Icliabod,888 
Ida F. (Barker), 887 
Irving R^ 858 
Ivory, 888, 847, 881 
Jamei B., 888, 840 
Jane C^ 880, 885, 857 
Jdin,886 

John P., 888, 858, 861, 884, 814, 815 
John L., 808 

John P. €., 880, 886, 858-860 
JoKphE.,861 
Joseph P., 815 
Joeq^hR., 888 

Julia A., 880, 888, 847, 861, 868, 881 
Laura E., 885 

Laura E. (Daniek), 885, 815 
Lavinia, 888, 846, 881 
Leolal.,860 
Leone M. (Morse), 881 
Lester N.. 860 



Liiae M., 886, 858 
L(»sM.,860 
Lottie (Huntington), 808 
Louis P^ 861 
Lulu, 881 

Lura L (Day), 860 
Luther C.. iSS 
Luther P., 888 
Lydia, 880, 885, 857 
lydia (Parcher), 888 
Lydia R. (TTitham), 858-888 
Lyman C„ 861, 868 
Lyman T., 886, 888, 861, 888 
Mabel (Tucker). 859 
]!iiarrietU(Bumham), 860, 808 
Martha A., 888-888 
Martha C, 880 
Martha P. (Roberts), 858. 887 
Martha (Witham), 854, 888 
Mary, 880. 884, 854. 855 
Mary A.. 888. 848. 858, 888, 884, 
886,814 



Hamilton. Maiy (Adams), 846 
Mary A. (Keycs), 851. 884 
Maiy A. (Logan). 886 
Mary A. (Madden). 884 
Mary E. (Bennett), 840 
Mary E. (Brown). 858 
Mary J.. 888 

Mary J. (Gormily). 884, 814. 815 
Mary (RM^er), 838, 852, 858 
Matada (Moore), 859 
MaiKl,888 

Maud (Donaven), 887 
IMbia H^ 853. 887 
Melissa, 847 
Melissa J^ 881 
Melville N., 836, 858 
Meipy, 880, 884, 855, 856 
Meit^ (Clark), 880-883 
Merle L., 860 
MiDicent, 888 
MjnnieL.,858 
Bfiriam L., 883, 818 
Ifiriam (CarU). 838. 846-850 
Ifiriam M. (Wekh). 815 
Miriam (Stimson), 848. 888, 88S 
Myrtle D. (Clements). 315 
Nancy. 838 
Nellie. 838 

Olive (Rmnery). 833. 851 
Otis. 834 

Otis R.. 834. 853. 887, 888 
Perpy M.. 850 
PhebeA.. 858 
Porter. 883 
PrisciDa.808 
Ralph. 833. 850 
Richard. 880. 833, 851 
Rose (Durgin). 851 
Russell B.. 808 
Ruth (Haley), 847. 881 
Sally. 880 

Samuel C. 838. 848, 888, 888 
Samuel K.. 850 
Sarah A.. 847. 881. 813 
Sarah B.. 838. 847. 888 
Sarah £.. 830. 886 
Sarah P.. 884 
Sarah (Young). 883 
Sophie (Champgooe). 888 
Stella N.. 886 
Stephen. 888. 838 
Susan E. B. (Griffin). 861.|893' 
Susan E. (Hasty). 858. 885J886 
lliankful (Berry), 845,je47 
Tliehna M.. 315 



894 



inbex 



Hamilton, Thomas F.» 886 

IMton, ftS6, ftBS, 291 

Walter B., 202 

Walter H., 252 

Walter I., 258, 288 

Walter J., 286 

Wilbur R., 202 

William C, 816 

William £., 286, 258, 260 

miliam F., 258 

WiUiam J., 258 

Winifred, 287 
Hannum, Charks B., 287 

Ethel S. (Hamaton), 287 
Hanaon, Catherine (Busiell), 281 

Eunice B. (libby), 276 

George E., 276 

H. F., 281 
Harmon, Luanda, 808 
Harriman, Gertrude M. (Allen), 255 

Perley G., 255 
Harris, Augustus, 242 

Berdia,242 

Hannah M. (Buaiell), 242 

Leslie, 242 

Frank, 242 

]iiabel,242 
Hasty, Aaron, 252 

Susan E., 252, 285, 286 
Hayes, Nancy, 276 
Heath, Alice L., 268, 205, 286 
Henderson, Anna E. (Hamilton), 201 

Dorotl^, 201 

Edwin P., 201 
Herington, Mary M., 814 
Hill, Addie M., 804 

Albert R., 811 

Barnabas P., 272 

Byron A^ 811 

Carleton A., 812 

Charlotte (Stevens), 272 

Dexter A., 812 

Eleanor L, 811 

Eleanor I. (HiU), 311 

Elvira R., 275 

Enol A., 812 

Eva L (Plaisted), 810 

Fred C, 810 

Harold L., 810 

Huldah (Loid), 212 

Iim C, 810 

Louisa S. (Wormwood) [Water- 
house], 808 

Lucinda C, 270 

Maggie M. (BuaseU), 811 



Hill, Bfildred H. (Swallow), 806 

Mildred L., 810 

Nellie M., 810 

Nellie M. (Dow), 810 

Perley B., 812 

Ruth B., 272 

Samuel, 242 

Sarah, 241 

William, 804, 806 
Hobbs, Abigail (Hamflton), 280, 240 

Alice A., 240 

Euran H., 240 

Harriet L., 267 

Henry, 280, 240 

Levi, 280, 240 

Louisa B. (Carll), 280, 265 

Luoena A. (Carll), 240 

Sophia E., 284 
Hobaon, Joseph, 248 
Home, Andrew, 280 

Elisabeth M., 280 

Martha C. (Hamilton), 280 
House, Clayton P., 262 

Lucy A. A., 262 

Minnie A. (Tower), 262 
Hoyt, Jennie E., 265 
Hudson, Alice M., 200 

Carrie L, 200 

Emily F. (Eldridge), 280, 817 

George H., 200 

Harry W., 200 

Hattie L., 200, 817 
Huff, Diantha, 260 
Humbert, Eva M., 205 
Huntington, Lottie, 202 
Innlls, Grace M., 811 

John E., 811 
Jacobs, Fanny M. (BusmH), 805 

Fred, 805 
James, Ella F., 287 
Jones, Edith Y., 812 

Helen E., 812 

Martha G. (York), 812 

William P., 812 
Jordan, Augusta J., 237 
Jose, Fruices E., 270, 804-806 
Kane, Annie T., 278 

Mary A. (Conroy), 278 

lliomas J., 278 
Keene, Marion A., 201 
KeU^, Mary J., 272 
Keyes, Mary A., 251, 284 
Kmball, Gayton H., 270 

Mary, 251 

Winnie B. (T^ler), 270 



S95 



^HIJHTf 



Kimberiy, Amanck, aW 
Knowles, Austin S., 255 

Ckim L. (AUen), 855 
Knoi, Martha, MS 
La Chaaoe, Clara, 810 
Lad d, Alb ert E., SM 

Ewstt C/i, 299 

Lillia A. (Carll) [Webber], 299 

Farley A., 299 
Lao|f^, Caidiiie S^ 285, StSI. 291 

ChariesM.,285 

Florenoe, 285 

Jane C. (Hamilton), 285, 258 

Robert, 285, 257 
Leavitt, EUa S., 288, 818, 814 

Ridianl,288 
Lee, Mary P., 807 
Lewis, Annie A., 273 

Daniel E., 273 

Mai^uet (EUdns), 278 
Libby, Caroline, 258, 287 

Eugene A., 808 

Eunice B., 276 

Evelyn M. (Bundl), 808 

Harold E., 808 

Helen I., 308 

Lucinda (Harmon), 808 

I^rdia S. (Tyler), 276 

Phineas,308 

William H., 276 
Lindsay, Caroline B., 286» 257 
Locke, AHoe G., 281, 812 

Catherine J. (Newell), 242 

Charles W., 248 

EUa I., 248 

Jacob T., 248 

Wmiam,248 
Logan, Mi^ A., 286 
Lombard, Howard C, 297 

linie E. (Babb), 297 

LinieP., 296 

Vera L., 297 
Lord, Alice N., 284 

Huldah,242 
Loring, Albert E., 287 

AlberU H., 287 

Cedric,237 

Eleanor H., 237 

Ella F. (James), 287 

Esther A., 254, 288 

EtU M., 287 

Isabel F., 287 

Levi, 287 

Mary [Whipple], 237 

Sarah E. (Hamilton) [Win8low],286 



Loring, Yincait B., 287 
Lovejoy, Alice E. P^ 2ff7 

Ahnira (GaUop), StSI, 291 

Carrie L., 257 

OiariesH., 257 

Cora M., 257 

Effie H. (Doten), 257 

Eleanor. 807 

Ethel IL, 257, 290 

FMferidc M., 285, 256, 201 

Irene M., 257 

IjTdia (Hamilton), 285, 2S7 

WOliam, 285, 256 
Low, Clara E., 257 

Olive N., 271 
LoweQ, Arnette, 268 
Lowry, James, 288 

Martha A. (Hamflton), 28S 
Lundgren, Mary Au, 277 
Lmit, Nardssa, 275 
MarKinann, Dorothy V^ 294 

KariJ.,294 

Minnie V. CTerry), 294 
Madden, Maor A., 284 
Biaddoz, Charles E., 297 

Ivory H., 297 

Marda E. (Radlon), 297 
Madison, Hattae, 286 
Manson, Annie B., 312 

Carrie S. (Bussell), 312 

David K., 812 

Effie A., 812 

Frank W. W., 812 

Mary J. (Mooio), 812 
BfarshalL Agnes B., 315 
McCahnon, Bertha M. (Buadl), 275 

William D., 275 
McEwen. Clara, 288 
McKenney, Aboer F^ 240 

Alfred F., 240, 268 

Alfred R., 268 

Benjamin &, 240, 267, 901 

Charles G., 210 

Chester E., 302 

Clyde F., 268 

Ella G., 302 

Ermstus W., 240 

Florence E.. 302 

Frances T., 301 

Frank E., 240 

Grace L., 302 

lola A., 302 

lisae M. (ITTitham), 801 

Linie S. (GuptiQ), 268 

Lottie M., 302 



396 



itilitx 



McKam^, yiaiy A., MO 

Maiy EL (Carll), MO, 267, f66 

Maiy I., 901 

Mmty L. (Witham), 207, 801 

MelTin C, 268, 801 

Nellie (Gould), 240 

Row M. (Dyer), 801 

Bufiu B., 240, 267, 268 

Sadie M. (Sheem), 268 

Sanh J., 240, 267, 901 

WilliB £., 268, 901 
McLelknd, Annie E., 810 

James, 810 

Mary (Ciuiq>beU), 810 
McMaxm, Edward G., 279 

Eliia B. (BusmH) [Tyier] [Patter- 
aon], 270 
Merrifield, Herbert J., 268 

Hoaea, 239, 265 

Jacob C, 289, 265 

Louisa B. (CarU) [Hobbs], 289, 265 

Lucy A.. 289, 265, 208 

Winifred A. (Dolan), 265 
Meserve, Elizabeth, 248, 245, 274 

John, 248 

Martha (Knox), 248 
Biilgate, Ekner, 281 

Lulu (Hamilton), 281 
Moore, Mary J., 812 

Matilda, 259 
Morgan, Frank A., 288 

Nellie (Hamilton), 288 
Morrill, Mary, 290 
Morse, Leone M., 281 
Morton, Elisabeth M. (Allen), 284 

Leander, 284, 816 

Sara E. H., 816 
Moulton, Columbus, 265, 296 

Elisabeth L., 265 

EhnerL., 265 

Frederick J., 265 

Jennie E. (Hoyt), 265 

Lillian A., 265, 298 

Lucy A. (Merrifield), 265, 298 

Roy E., 265 

^miam J., 265 
Munroe, Annie, 278 
Murphy, Ann E., 244, 275. 276 

Lucy (Andrews), 244 

nomas, 244 
Nason, Aaron O., 282 

Dora C. (Buaiell), 280 

Georgianna (Newell), 272 

HaroTd R., 280 

John D., 280 



Nason. Jufia A. (Fowles), 272. 280 

Julia A. (Hamilton), 281 

Leila M^ 280 

lfyrtieB.,280 

"V^lliam C. 272, 280 

¥^nifred E.. 282 
Newb^gin, Betsey (Hamilton). 229 

Elia8,229 

Eunice (Hamilton). 229 

Jonathan, 229 

SaUy (Hamilton), 229 
Newell Aaron B., 248, 271, 808 

Ada C. (AUard), 272 

Ada D (Scribner) [Sweat], 272 

Ada M., 278 

Adrian W., 274 

Ahnira (Oeaves), 271. 808 

Amy E., 274 

Annie A. (Lewis), 278 

Bamazd D., 248, 278. 809 

Bertha M., 278 

Bertrand A., 272 

Burton, 278 

Catherine J., 242 

Charles, 242, 271-278 

Charles H. L., 274 

Charles W., 248 

Charlotte F. (Smith). 274 

Cora, 278, 808 

Emily J. (Rowe) [Rowe], 271 

Essie L., 274 

Flora E. (Files), 278 

George H., 242 

Georgianna, 272 

Gertrude, 278, 809 

Jennie (Veazie), 272 

Jesse H., 272 

John W., 278 

Joseph. 272 

Lillian F., 274, 809 

Luda F. (Allen), 278, 808, 809 

Mabel (Carpenter), 272 

Maggie M., 278 

Mary A., 248 

Mary F. (Buaiell), 242, 271-278 

Milbury S., 272 

Nan<7 E., 272, 808, 817 

Nathaniel B., 248, 272 

Nellie A. (Brown). 278 

Rhoda,272 

Ruth B. (Hin). 272 

Sarah W. (Whitten), 272 

Vernon D., 274 

TOlliam M., 248. 278. 808. 809 

ymiiam P., 272 



8»7 



iniiex 



Newman, Adeline B., 8S6, £56^890 

CluaA., 885 

EUen £., ftS5, 8A5. 889, 890 

John, 884, 8M, 850 

Martha J., 886 

MelTiDe C, 885 

Utxcy (Hamilton), 884, 855, 856 
Newton, Mary A., 870 

Sanh (Aahworth), 870 

Shadnu:k,870 
Nutter, Amelia F., 878 
Oakes, Addie, 809 
OXeary, Andrew, 314 

Mary A. (Hamilton), [FdahL 814 
Oliver, Charity (Fiti^Brald), 877 

B^Mgie, 877, 810, 811 

StilEoan, 877 
Palmer, Ellis B., 808 

Sarah £. 6. (Brid^ea), 808 
Paicher, Lydia, 888 
Parker, Sarah, 841 

Pattenon, Eliia B. (BuikII), (T^ler], 
879 

Fayette G., 879 
Peanon, Fannie W., 804 

Ora £. (Saliabury), 804 

lliomaa, 804 
Peavey, Biary, 841 
Peters, Mary H., 897 
Peterson, Alice (Brown), 840 

Andiew J., 840» 880 

Catherine (Fraser), 880 

George £., 840» 880 

George H., 880 

John W., 880 

LinieM., 880 

Mary F., 840 

Nicholas, 840 

Sarah A. (Buaiell), 840, 880 

ZopherR., 840 
Pevere, Elisabeth I., 880, 858-800 
Philbrick, Mabel £., 800 
FhiUips, Alyin, 871 

Alyin H., 871, 807 

Elcena J., 871 

EloenaL., 807 

Elliot B^ 807 

Mary (Boothby), 871 

Mary P. (Lee), 807 

Bobert 1^807 

Ruth £., 807 

Sanh £. (Bundl), 870, 807 

Thomas, 871, 807 
Plaiated, Albert C, 870, 810 

Edith L., 870 



Pbisted, Eva I^ 870, 810 

George C, 870 

Lacy I., 870, 810 

Mary E. (Bundl), 875. 810 

Nancy (Hayes), 870 
Poole, Agnes, 894 

Edmund D., 894 

Myr a A. (Carter), 894 

WmiamC, 894 
Quinn, Winnif red, 808 
Banddph, Sarah J., 808, 895 
Beed, Edith M^ 894 

fVancis,894 

Leslie F^ 894 

Maicia E. (Terry), 894 

Walter L., 894 

-,848 



Gertrude (BuikII), 848 
Richardson, Lura, 889 
Richer, George, 888 

Mary, 888, 858, 858 
Ridlon, Benjamin, 804 

Fannie L, 804 

James, 804, 890, 897 

Joanna (Goodwm), 804, 890, 897 

Maicia £., 884, 897 

Mary, 844 

Ruth v., 804. 890 
Rines, Alfred J., 880 

Mina M. (Davis), 880 
Roberts, Ann R., 851 

Charles Z., 898 

Cora B. (Carll). 896 

Edmund S., 898 

Elwin M., 896 

E8teUaH.,896 

FiankJ., 840 

Giaoe M., 898 

HarieyA., 898 

HaflelC.,898 

IdaB.(CarU),840 

James F., 898 

Jeremiah, 858 

Luden P., 898 

Maicia B., 896 

Martha F., 858, 887 

Mina v., 898 

Rose £., 896 

Samuel K, 851 

Sanh £., 854 

Susan, 870 

Walter J., 896 

Wdliam £., 896 
Roes, Charles W., 850 
Rounds,£lisa A.(BusBdl) [Griflhh], 841 



398 



Jnbex 



BoundB, VmunB L., 841 
Bowe» Emily J., 971 

En^ J. (Rowe). 971 

Leonard, 871 

Olive N. (Low). 871 

^^^lliam, 871 
Rumery, Olive, 88S, 851 
SAlisbiiry. On E., 804 
Sargent, Alfred M., 847 

An, 875 

Helen K. 875, 809 

Meliasa (Hamilton). 847 

Ruth E., 896 
Savage, Adeline, 881 
Scribner, Ada D., 878 

Bradford. 878 

Mary (Yomig), 878 
Seavey, Alice A. (Sprague), 855 

William H., 855 
Sebastian. Mollie, 889 
Severance, Qariasa, 877 
Sheak, Edwin R., 808 
Sheein, Sadie M.. 868 
Shinn, AlmaL., 886 
Shii^y, Laura, 895 
Sholds, Grace, 898 
Skilling, Charles E., 808 

Donald S., 808 

Edward D. R., 808 

Mary A. ^proule), 808 

Nellie R. (Deering), 808 

Silas, 808 
Smith, Alice M., 877 

Benjamin, 876 

Charlotte F.. 874 

CUra A., 866, 876 

Clarissa, 889. 866, 867 

Oarissa (Ashley), 876 

Ella M., 866 

Enmia A., 866 

Eugenie M. (Emmons), 818 

Frank B.. 818 

Frank M.. 840 

Herbert A., 876 

Herbert E., 876 

Jotham A., 866 

Lelia L., 818 

Lucy, 810 

Marda A. (Carll), 840 

Margaret, 818 

Maria D. (Bunell), 876 

Mary A. (CarU). 866 

Mary J.. 848 

Maud B., 877 

Nancy, 868 



Smith, Sherman W.. 874 
Snow, Arthur B., 809 

Carlton L., 809 

Forest B., 809 

Jennie M., 809 

John S., 809 

Lillian F. (New^), 809 

NeUie v., 809 
Spear, Annie C, 808 

Calvin, 808 

Urania M. (CoUamore), 808 
Sprague, Alice A., 855 

Elisabeth M., 855 

Joseph, 855 

Joseph B., 855, 889 

Mary A. (Allen). 855. 889 

Mary J., 855. 889 
Sproule, Mary A., 808 
Stacey, Sarah O.. 869 
Stepbois, Homer, 859 

Unie M. (Hamilton) [Ellis], 859 
Stevens, Charlotte, 878 
Stimson, John. 848 

Miriam. 848, 888. 888 
Stone, Caroline, 809 
Strentasch, Bessie B., 817 
Strout, RosiUa, 878 
Stryon, Charln M., 818 

Howard S., 818 

Zora I., 818 

Zora R. (Folsom), 818 
Suhr, Ida C. E., 810 

TlK>mas D., 810 

Lucy (Smith), 810 
Swallow, Alethea A., 806 

Qyde J., 806 

Joseph, 806 

LotUe M. (Bunell), 806 

Mildred H.. 806 
Sweat, Ada D. (Scribner), 878 
Tanner, Enmia L., 858 
Tarbos, Daniel H., 814 

Estella H. (Roberto). 898 

Miriam L. (Hamilton), 818 

Norris A., 898 

Ralph, 814 

Ralph E^ 814 
Taylor, CUra (La Chance). 810 

Herman J., 810 

Horace, 810 

John L., 810 

Lucy L (Flaisted), 810 
Terry, Mansellus C, 861, 894 

Marda E., 868, 894 

Minnie V., 868, 894 



S09 



SNPCX 



Terry, Myim A. (Timer), Ml, tM 
Therkult, Mary, MM 
Tliomaa, Mary J., Mt 

MaryO.,d05 

Samuel, 842 

So|dua,842 
Tlbbetts, Cairie B., MO 
Todd, Nanpy (Hamflton), MS 

Tower, Charles H., M8 

Julia A. (Hamatan), M8, Ml, MS 

Lyman C^ M8 

ibraa I., M8. Ml, M8, M« 

Mimiie A., M8, MS 

Mvra A., M8, Ml, M4 
TofHe, Ada £. (Hamilton), 814 

Ivory H., 814 

James £., 814 
Trafton, Addie F., Ml. M8 

Charles S., Ml, MS 

EBnbeth J. (Hamilton) [Davis], 
SOO, S98 

Georgia (Beals), SM 

liGldied it, SM 

Sumner C, SOO, SM 
IVickey. Albert, 808 

MabdG.,808 

Susan (Gould), 808 
Tucker, Emily £., SOO 

Mabel, M9 
lyier, Abram A., S70 

Eliaa B. (BuaaeU). S79 

I^dia S., S78 

Winnie B., S70 
Upton, Herbert C, SOS 

Julia E. (Davis), SOS 
Veaaie, Jennie, S7S 
Wagstaff , Mi^tha, SOS 
Wakefield, Ethel M., S54 
Wales, Blanche V., SOT 

Carroll L., SOT 

Charles E., SOT 

Ruth V. (Ridlon), SM 
Walker, Experience, SM 
Walters, A<k M. (Newdl), t78 

Hairy H., ST8 
Warren, Delia A., S89, 818 

Fbra M., 818 

James F., 818 

Loantha C (Bennett), 818 
Waterhouse, Calvin H., 804 

James W., 808 

I^idnda S. (Wormwood), 808 
Webber, lillia A. (Carll), SM 

Lulu M., SM 



Wdbber, WQliam. SM 
Wddi, Miriam M., 815 
Wentworth, Fioranoe Sw» 811 

MaryE., S07 
Wheder, Corisaa B.. SM 
Whipple, Mary, S87 
Whitaker, Catherine, SM 
White, Catherine, Ml 

MaryB.,SM 
Whitten, Eliaabetfa (Wilson), t7S 

Sarah W., S7S 

WiIliam,S7S 
Whitnqr, Adeline N., S78 
Whitfcemore, Emma F., SM 
Williams, Hattie (Idadison), SM 
Wilson, Elisabeth. STS 
^mnfidd, Charles M., SM 

Ella M. (Smith), SM 
Winslow, Julia A., S87 

Oliver, MT 

Sarah E. (Hamilton). SM 
Witham, Addie, STB 

David, SOT 

L^dia R., MS, SM 

^rtha,S54. SM 

Biaipr L., SOT, Ml 

Lisne M., Ml 
Woodaome, Mina V. (Roberts), M8 

William W.. SM 
Woodward, Edmund F., SIT 

Hattie L. (Hudson), SIT 

William, SIT 
Worcester, Sally, SM 
Wormwood, Abigail L., 804 

Calvin, SM 

Clarence G. W., 804 

Diantha (Huff), SM 

Edmund R., 804 

Fannie M., 804 

Fumie W. (Pearson), 804 

Fnd E., SM, 804 

George B., SM, 804 

GerrishL.,SM 

Gerri8hW.,SM 

Henry G. P., 804 

Luanda S., SM, 8M 

Mary A. (BuskU), SM, 808, 804 

Nellie M. (Dyer), 804 

OraR^804 

William H., MO, 8M, 804 
York, Eumce E. (BuoeU), S78, SIS 

Eunice L.. STO 

George M.,STe 

James M.. ST8, SIS 

James W., STO 



400 



inliex 



York; Marguerite (Foote), 279 
Martha 6., 279, 812 
Walter B., 279 



Young, Mary, 272 
Sarah, 283 



^rt i^ix 



Anthony, Abbie (Carll) [Webb], 828 

David M., 828 
Atherton, Nellie F., 827 
Bacon, Eliaa J. (Carll), 828 
Bacon, FVanda, 828 
BaOey, Benjamin F., 825, 828 

Evelyn L. (Taylor), 825 

Horenoe A., 825, 828 

FirankE., 825 

fVedL.,825 

Jufltina £. (Piper), 825 

Sarah (Carll), 825, 828 
Benaon, Mary A., 827, 828 
Booth. Ina B. (Carll), 828 

Lester W., 828 

Sidney B., 828 

William, 828 
Burbank, Andrew J^ 828 

Hannah (Carll), 828 
CarH Abbie, 828 

Abbie (Smith), 828 

Addie M., 829 

Adelia M., 828, 826 

Adelina M., 828, 826 

Adeline E. (Chase), 829, 880 

Alice (Nichols). 828 

Alonso W., 824, 827-829 

Arthur B., 827 

Arthur N., 829 

Charles. 828, 826, 828 

ChariesF.,827 

Cora W., 826 

Dorothy F., 828 

Edmund. 828, 824, 827 

Edmund A., 827, 828 

ElinA.,824 

ElinJ.,828 

Ehnbeth P., 828, 826 

EDenF., 825 

Emma C. (Pitts), 824 

E8teDeM.,828 

EttieM.,825 

Florence A., 827 

Frands, 828, 824 

Fred E., 828 

FMerick W., 826 

Hannah, 828 

Hattie F., 828 



Carll, Hattie F. (Clark), 829 

Henry. 828, 825. 828 

Hepsibeth (Pitts), 828, 827 

Ina B., 826, 828 

Jeremiah. 828-326 

John, 323 

Julia, 823. 825 

LueUa P., 327, 329 

Mary A. (Benson). 327, 328 

Mary A. (Wooster), 824 

Matilda (Notte). 326 

Melissa (Smith), 823 

Minnie B.. 327 

NeIHe F. (Atherton), 327 

Nellie (Shoiey), 326, 828 

Olive F., 829 

OUve (Nason). 324, 327 

Bobert F., 827. 828 

Boy W., 826 

Sarah, 828, 825. 828 

Silas, 828 

Silas W., 827 

Sophia, 324 

Susie M.. 329, 830 

Susie W. (Coding), 327, 329 

Williston, 327, 829, 830 
Chase, Adeline E., 320, 330 
Coffin, Charles D., 824 

Eliaa A. (Carll), 324 
DoUey, Enos M., 324, 327 

Harriet E. (Hamilton), 824, 827 

Mary H., 824, 327 
Eaton, Mary, 822. 824 
Fielding, Ettie M. (CarU), 825 

fVedA.,825 
Gardner, Adelia M. (Carll), 826 

Arthur H., 826 

Henry L., 826 
Gleason, CarU T., 330 

John T., 880 

Susie M. (CarU), 830 
Coding, Susie W., 327-829 
Hamilton, Abigail, 322 

Benjamin, 821, 822 

Daniel, 822 

Eunice, 821 

Experience, 821 

Ezperieoce (Hatch), 821, 322 



401 



Inbex 



EiperieoM (Walkar). SCI 

HaauJk. 881-388 

Harriet, 881-884 

Harriet E., 888, 887 

John, 888 

T^TMiMaj 888 

Luther, 888, 884 

Lydia A.. 888 

lydia (TowBflon), 888, 888 

Maiy (Eaton), 888, 884 

Nathaniel. 888 

Ridiafd. 881, 888 

SuMA (Keaser). 888 

Syivaoua, 881-888 
Hatch, Ezperienoe, 881, 888 
Keaaer, Siuan, 888 
mmam, Lillian M. (CarU), 886 

William A., 880 
Leayitt, Harriet E. (Hamilion) [Dol- 
ley], 884 

Scott MM, 884 
LoTqov, Alfred A., 889 

CarllA.,889 

Leslie E., 889 

LueUa O. (Caril), 889 
Moore, Qarenoe, 888 

Edwin S., 888 

Jasper, 888 

Mabel (Swift). 888 
Nason, Olive, 884. 887 
Nichols, Addie M. (Caril), 889 

Alice, 888 

Eliaabeth L., 880 

George O., 880 

Georae W., 880 
Notte, Matilda, 886 
Page, Carrie M., 985 

Gfom W., 885 

Julia (CaiU). 885 



Fi«^ WillieC885 
Piper, Justina E., 885 
Pitta, Edmund, 888, 888 

Elin.888 

Emma C, 884 

Hannah (Hamilton), 888; 

Hepaibeth, 888-887 
Shaw, Adrian, 888 

ijeofffle, mSo 

Harriet (Hr" 

Laura, 888 



Stnihen, 888 
Shocey, Nellie. 886, 888 
Smith. Abbie, 888 
• Elinbeth P. (Caril), 886 

Eiperienoe (Hamilton), 

John, 881 

Lillian M^ 886 



Weslnr G., 886 
StadqxilB, Elin (Pitto), 888 

Theodore. 888 
Swift, Edwin C, 888 

FloKnoe A. (Bailey), 888 

Mabel, 888 
Taylor, Evelyn L., 885 
TSbbetts, Alonao M., 887 

AlvinL., 887 

Arthur G., 887 

Mary H. (Dolky), 887 

Scott L^ 887 
Townson, lydja, 888, 888 
Walloer, EzperieDoe, 881 
Webb, AbbM (CarH), 888 

Charies,888 
Wocater, Mai7 A., 884 
Woroesttf, Elkn F. (CarD), 

Leonard A^ 885 

Maude M^ 885 



^Att IMien 



Allen, Agnes B., 851 

Bertha L. (Hamilton), 851 

Qarenoe B., 851 

Frank. 851 

Melvina (Dixon), 851 
Andiews, Bdinda, 888, 848-851 

Daniel, 888 
Ayen. Laura, 841 
Bartlett, Clara H. (Hamilton), 886 

Henrv M., 886 

Mattie W., 886 



Beal. Alice M. (Poindexter). 860 

Arthur N., 860 

Rosalind E.. 860 
Bennett, George N., 885 

George W.. 885 

Sarah E. (Hamilton). 885 
Blancliard, Adesta M., 858 

Anna F. (Smith). 858 

Caroline S.. 858 

darissa G. (Hanulton) [Omd- 
boume] (Smith), 840, 868 



402 



itdtex 



Bbnchud. Davis, 840, 858 

El]nbeth,840 

Uewdhm, 840, 8» 

]iiflLudH.,8M 
Biyant, Paulina, 858 
Burgen, Susan A., 848, 855 
Burnham, Efaner J., 850 

Mabel W. (GimtiU), 850 
BynuBi, Annie W., 886 

Bertrand B., 886 

Josephine £. (Hamilton), 886 

LoroisoL., 886 
Carle, Annie, 851 

Thomas, 851 
Caril, darissa (Smith), 887 

Nathaniel, 887 

Sabra V. (Giqytill), 887 

Samuel H., 887 
Carpenter, Anna (Unger), 858 

dara B. (Smith), 858 

Clarenoe,858 

£rastus,858 

Fred, 858 
Chadboume, Abbie (Sweetser) 880 

Augustus C, 840 

BaSey S., 880 

darissa G. (Hamilton), 840 

Darling H., 880, 851 

Elisabeth J. (Hamilton), 880, 851 

Jason, 840 

Maud G., 840 

Paul M., 840, 851 

Sabra P., 840 
Chase. Nellie M.. 850 
Cheney, Mildred, 868 
Chesle^, Annie M. (Hamilton), 888 

Darnel, 888 
dark, Caroline E., 854 
dement, Ida M., 887 

James, 887 

Olive (Hamilton), 887 
Colby, Edith M., 858 
Collins, Albert H., 855 

Carieton D., 855 

Edward M., 854 

Mary E., 854 

Biaiy S. (Myrick), 854 

WiOuun J. A., 854 

William S., 854 
Cook, Henrietta P.. 844 
Decatur, Ida M., 880 
Dew^, Admiral, 848 
DiaDon, Melvina, 851 
Doyle, James P., 847 

Lulu £. (Head), 847 



Dunbar, Elinbeth, 885, 848 

Hint, Elisabeth P., 858, 868 

Rynn, John W., 857 
Mildred A., 857 
Sadie P. (Voee), 857 

Poster, Annie M., 858 

Puller, 



Geny, Martha A^ 850^ 868, 868 

Mary B., 850 
Goodwin. Phmk S^ 860 

Judith. 888>885 

Minnie E. (Guptill) (PoindeiterL 
860 
Gowen, Cecil H^ 868 

Elisabeth M. (Hamilton). 868 

Viola E., 868 

Walter W., 868 
Gny, Addie N. (lUusdl), 868 

BerthaP.,868 

John E., 868 

RusseUW..868 
Groton, Glenys M., 864 

Jessie B. (Thayer), 864 

LinianD^864 

PeR7L.,864 
Grim, Louis W., 848 

Louise (Hamilton), 848 
Gimtill. Abbie^ 887 

Abbie L., 887, 846 

Abbie S., 846 

Ablne (Thin^845, 858, 850 

Abigail W. CH«milton), 886, 845 
846 

Annie M. (Poster), 858 

Arthur J., 846 

Beatrice C, 858 

Carroll. 850 

Charies, 886, 845. 858, 850 

ChariesP^860 

Charles T., 845, 858 

Donald P., 858 

Edith M. (Colby), 850 

Ethel L., 858 

Prederick G., 845, 858 

Geneva. 850 

Hamilton, 886 

Harry J^ 860 

Herbert C^ 845, 850 

James, 886. 845, 860 

LinaM^846 

Mabel W., 850 

Matilda A. (Kimball), 846^ 860 

Maud C, 860 

May E. (Keyes), 850 

MiklredK.860 



40S 



iitliex 



GuptilL Minxiie E., 846. 800 

Mumie (Swan), 846 

Bllym (Lewis), 850 

Myrtle M. (Norton), 860 

Qrin, 886, 887, 845, 846 

QrmF.,845 

Raymond H., 860 

Robert S., 850 

Rose M., 846 

Sabra V., 887 

Samuel. 886 

Samuel H., 845, 850 

Sarah M. (Taylor), 886 

Susan H., 887, 846, 860 

William £., 846, 860 
Hamilton, Abigail W., 884, 886, 845, 

Adelaide E., 886, 845, 857, 858 

Adeline R., 885, 842, 854 

Adrial, 888. 884, 886-880, 850 

Alice M. (Parkinson), 857. 864 

Abnira, 884. 887, 847, 848 

Alonso S.. 886 

Annie (Caril , 851 

Annie L. (Tsdiopp), 842 

Annie M., 888 

Ansel A.. 880, 850. 862 

Arthur W., 844 

Bailey P. B., 851 

Belinda (Andrews), 888, 848-851 

Benjamin, 888 

Benjamin A., 885. 841 

Bertha L., 880, 851 

Bertha (Mosley). 868 

Bertha N. (Warren), 851 

Charles B., 848 

Charles C, 880, 850, 862, 868 

Charles L.. 886, 844 

Clara H., 886 

darissa G.. 885. 840. 852 

Clifton T., 856 

Cora B., 880 

Cordelia R. (Hayward). 848. 855, 

856 
Diantha (Spendergraas), 880 
Dimon. 888. 885, 888. 848, 848 
Disco, 888 
Doris M., 868 
Edith I., 856 
Eliaa (Horton). 886 
Elisabeth, 888 

Elisabeth (Dunbar), 885, 848 
Elisabeth £., 886, 844 
Elisabeth J., 884, 880, 851 
Elisabeth M., 850. 862 



Hamilton, Elinbeth (Smith), 848 
EUa A.. 885, 842, 855 
Ellen A^ 886, 848, 857 
ElYira F. (Willis), 885, 84S^846 
Erastus. 884, 880, 851 
Etta F.. 844 

Eva A. (nuMnpson), 856 
Eiperience (Walker), 888 
Fnnoei, 885 
fVmnk, 888 

Fnuk E., 880, 844, 850 
Frank J., 850 
Frank L., 841 
Fied,851 
F^edA..88e 
F^ed L., 841 

(Fuller). 880 

George, 880, 851 

Gertrude. 842 

Gertrude B., 857, 864 

Gertrude E., 850, 862 

Grover C. 850 

Hannah, 888 

Hannah A.. 885, 841, 853. 854 

Haiokl F., 868 

Harry, 842 

Haven A.. 880 

HeorietU P. (Cook), 844 

Henry L.. 885. 842, 855 

Henry M.. 888 

Herbert A., 841 

Herbert F., 848, 856 

Herbert W^ 856 

Herman A., 848, 856 

Howard D^ 850, 868 

Ida F., 842 

Ida M. (Decatur, 880 

Ivory, 888 

Ivoiy C, 850, 868 

Ivory W., 884, 887, 848, 850, 851 

James, 888 

James R., 885, 841 

Jane (iOmbaU), 850. 862 

John, 888-885, 888, 840-542 

John D., 885 

John H., 856 

John L., 848, 856 

John N. M., 885, 848, 855, 856 

Joaenhine E 886 

Judith (Goodwin), 888-885 

Karl N., 856 

Laura (Ayers), 841 

LenaM.. 880 

Leroy S., 886 

Lillian J.. 848, 855, 864 



404 



Jirtiex 



ilton, LiDiBQ M. (Mone), 856 
94A,S55 

Loiiiie»842 

Lovey (Walker), 8S4. 886, 887, 889 

Lucius M., 886, 848, 887 

Mi^)eUe»801 

Margaret E. (Lane), 888 

Martha A. (Gerry), 880. 868, 868 

Mary A., 885, 840, 858, 858 

Mary A. (Johnaon), 848, 857 

Mary B. (Gerry), 850 

Mary J. (Pinldbam), 880, 851 

Mary (Qme), 888 

May (Richardaon), 856 

Mildred (Gheo^), 868 

(Morse), 888 

Morton W., 848, 857, 864 

Nancy, 884 

N. Belle, 841 

Nellie £. (Pendexter), 850 

Nellie M. (Chase), 850 

Norman BL, 868 

Oliire, 884, 887 

Oliver BL, 888, 885, 848-845 

Bali^E^856 

Balph W., 848 

Raymond L., 856 

Boy C, 868 

Boyal,888 

Bolus, 888 

Ruth M., 856 

SabraR^884 

Sarah E., 885 

Sarah (Tucker), 884, 840^2 

Susan A^ 880, 848, 861, 862 

Susan A. (Burms), 84S, S55 

Susan A. (Lora), 999 

Susan 0^884 

Wikla M. (McCrillis), 851 
Hatdi. Emma C^ 840 
Haywaid, Cordelia R., 848, 855, 856 
Head, Edwin R^ 847 

Harriet F. (Knight), 847 

Lulu E^ 847 
Hom^ Carlyle M., 868 

Charles K^ 847, 861 

Dorothy, 861 

Fimnds A^ 847, 861 

Gertrude E. (Hunilton), 868 

Hairy E., 868 

Hairy F. C^ 868 

Helen I., 868 

James A., 861 

Ldia M^ 847, 861 

Madeline P., 868 



Home, MeUssa (Knight), 847, 861 

Merde E. (Knight), 861 

Ral^ W., 861 
Horr,Fl^E.,847 
Horton, Eliaa, 886 
Huston, Alfred, 854 

Gertrude L., 854 

Mabel E. (Russell), 854 

Thomas R!, 854 
Johnson, Mary A., 848, 857 
Josselyn, Adelaide E. (Hamilton) 
[Shurtleff], 845 

FhuikH.,845 
K^es, May E., 850 
iOmbalL David, 846 

Jane, 850, 868 

Matilda A., 846. 860 
Knight, Almira (Hamilton), 887, 847, 
848 

Alvin,884 

Emily (Warren), 848 

Harnet F., 887. 847 

Jennie M., 848 

Joshua, 897, 847 

LiiiieA.,848 

Melissa, 887, 847, 861 

Merde E., 861 

Nancy (Hamflton), 884 

Rosooe G., 887, 847 

Susie P.. 848 
Knifi^ts, Beatrice M., 861 
Lane, Biarguet E., 888 
LecHiard, Marion, 857 
Lewis, Myra, 850 
Locke, Annie B., 848, 868 

BUmche (Ross), 840 

Clara K. (Zoeller), 868 

Edwin C, 840, 861 

Emma C. (Hatch), 840 

Guy H., 840 

James A., 848, 861, 868 

Mary J. (Bfarcotte), 840 

Roy H^ 840 

sara A*, 848 

Stephanie H., 868 

Susan A., 840 

Susan A. (Hamilton), 848, 861, 868 
L(»d, Susan A., 880 
Mann, Nellie, 858 
Mareotte, Mary J., 840 
McCriUis, Wilda M., 851 
MerriU, Annie B. (Locke), 868 

James W.. 868 

Jason L., 868 
Miller, Adam, 855 



405 



Itdtcx 



Miller, Oanooab Sft5 

Linie HmuIUni). 855 

LouiM,S55 

RiitluS55 
Mflliken. Bertha L. (Hunfltoii) 
[A]]e&L851 

George 0^851 

MofM» 



IillieiiM.,856 
Modey, Berthe, 888 
Murrey, Nancy, 858 
Myrick. Adeline R. (Hamfltoii), 842, 
854 

Edward £., 848, 854 

Mary S., 842, 854 
Nichols, Clara M., 857 
Norton, Myrtle M., 860 
Noyes, Frenk, 884 

HemryC.,884 

Sabra B. (Hamilton), 884 
0'Brien,'Kathryn M., 855 
Ome, Mary, 888 
Parkinwn, Alice M., 857, 864 
Penderter, Nellie E^ 850 
Pinkham, Mary J.. 880, 851 
Poindezier, Afioe !£, 860 

Chariee W., 860 

Biinnie E. (Gnptin), 860 
Priuner, Amelia, 858 
RichaidMn, May, 856 
Bom, Bhmche, 840 
BuMell, Addie N., 858, 868 

Charlei,858 

Charie8H^841 

Edith E^ 841, 858, 864 

Eliaabeth P. (Hint), 858, 868 

Ethel, 858 

flora (Trask), 841 

Florence, 858 

Frank E., 841, 858, 868 

Hannah A. (Hamilton), 841, 858, 
854 

John, 858 

John N., 841, 858, 854 

Mabel 858 

Mabd E., 841, 854 

Nancy (Murray), 858 

Walter, 858 
Sanborn, Mercy, 848 
Senter, Dorii, 858 

Dorothy B., 858 

Edith SL (Shurtleff), 858 

Louise A., 858 

Ralph L., 858 

WimamH.,858 



ShmHeff, Adelaide E. (HemOtoo), 
845,857,858 

BemiceB.,858 

Edith R., 845, 858 

F^ed L., 845, 858 

Horace A., 845, 857 

Horece L, 845, 857, 858 

Marion (Leonard), 857 

Muriel 858 

Nellie niiKum), 858 

Ruby E., 858 

ViTian,858 
Sidney, Agnes B. (Allen), 851 

Caaude G., 851 
Smith, AmeUa (Pruamer), 858 

Anna F^ 858 

Charie8,840 

Clara B^ 840, 858 

Clara M., 858 

Gsrisw, 887 

Oariasa G. (Hamilton) (Ched- 
boume],840 

EUnOMth, 848 

Florence E^ 858 

George F., 840, 858, 858 

Gertrude B. (Hamilton). 864 

Guy, 858 

Henry J., 840 

Herman P., 864 

John D., 840, 858 

Joeqih, 840, 858 

MabdC.,858 

Mary A. (HamHtan), S4<1 S5t S5S 

Nellie L., 858 

Paulina (Bryant), 858 

Viola M., 864 

William A^ 840 
Spencer, Dolores M^ 864 

Fred A., 864 

Jennie M. (Trott), 864 
Spendenprass, Diantha, 880 
Swan, Bfinnie,846 
Sweetser, Abbie, 880 

John W., 880 
TMor, John D., 886 

Sarah M., 886 
Thayer, Charles B., 856. 864 

Jessie B., 856^ 864 

lillian J. (HamiltQii), 855^ 864 
Tiling, Abbie, 845, 858, 850 

Gilman,845 
Thompson, Abbie L. (Goptill), 846 

Charles W., 846 
Chester G., 847 
Eva A^ 856 



406 



iitliex 



Thompfon, Floy E. (Horr), 847 

Heiii7,846 
Traak, jPlora, 841 
IVott, Akzaiider, 858, 864 

Alice 6., 854 

Caioline E. (Clark). 854 

Edith £. rRuflfldl), 858, 864 

Florence A., 854 

Helen M., 854 

Jennie M., 854, 884 

Mildred T., 854 

RuMellC.,854 

^^^nchup J., 854 
Tfchopp, Annie L., 842 
Tucker, Sarah. 884, 841-84C 
Unger, Anna, 85S 
Vam«y, Elinbeth (Blanchaid), 840 

J. F., 840 
Vooe, Carl E., 857 

CUra M. (^idiols), 857 

EUen A. (Hamilton), 848, 857 

Han>kiL..857 

Leonard, 844, 857 

Marah £., 844, 857 

Sadie F., 844. 857 
Walker, Abigail 884 

Ezperienoe, 888 

Gideon. 884 

Lov^, 884, 886. 887. 880 
Warren, Bertha N.. 851 

Mercy (Sanborn), 848 

Nathanid,848 
Webrter, Alice £., 844 

Arthur M., 844 

Clara E., 845 

Elinbeth E. (Hamilton). 844 



Webster, Wilbiir. 844 

Wilbur £.. 844 
Willis, Elvira F., 885, 848-845 
Vniton. Alice M., 846 

Beatrice M. (IQiighta), 861 

Edward H.. 861 

Harriaon O., 846^ 860 

Hairy J., 846 

Harry W., 861 

Jerome H., 84^ 860 

Susan H. (Giqytill), 846. 860 
Wingate* Besne C, 861 

Gladys I., 861 

Helen M., 861 

LeIiaM. (Home), 861 

Marcia H«, 861 

Marion L^ 861 

William H., 861 
Winters, Arthur, 855 

Benjamin H^ 855 

Elisabeth, 855 

EUa A. (Hamilton). 848, 855 

Guar H., 848, 855 

Helen E., 855 

Heriiert K*. 855 

Kathryn M. (O'Brien), 855 

BiadeUne E.. 855 

Marie A., 855 

Stephen M., 848, 855 
Wanen. Emily. 848 
Woodman. Jennie M. (Kni^t). 848 

John M^ 848 
Wyman. Frank W.. 854 

Helen M (TroU).854 
Zoeller. Clara K. 868 



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