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VOL I. 



APRIL, 1857. 



NO. 1. 



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HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 



RESEARCHES 



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Recorder of 



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MERRIMACK VALLEY. 



BEING 



A Repository of Antiquities relating to the History, Biography, Genealogy, Heraldry, 
Archaeology, Chronology, Chorography, Topography, and Natural History, 
together with the Statistics of the Merrimack Valley in New England. " 



ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS. 



HAVERHILL: 
PUBLISHED BY ALFRED POOR 

AND SOLD BY BOOK AND PERIODICAL DEALERS. 



"WARREN F. DRAPER, PRINTER, 
ANDOVER. 






$1.00 per volume of 600 pages. A single number of from 50 to 75 pages, 40 cents. 






CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Inhabitants of Groveland, Mass., from its incorporation in 1850 to January 1, 1856, 

Supplement to Inhabitants of Groveland continued to January 1, 1857 with the changes, during the year 

185G, by births, marriages, death and removals to and from town, - - - ... 45 

Topography of Groveland, — samples of engravings of ancient residences, - - - - - - 53 

Bailey Deed with fac-simile of the signatures, .-----.-....54 

Passing events of Merrimack Valley, commencing January 1, 1857, - - -.. - - - - 55 

Notes and Queries in regard to the Valley, and descendants of former residents, - - - - - GO 

Book Notices, ........ qq 

Marriages in the Valley, commencing January 1, 1857, --._-oi 

Obituary Notices, commencing January 1, 1857, -- - - - - - - -,. -G7 

Retrospection, ._..--------.. ^ .. 75 

Family Histories and Genealogy, --------- 76 



SUGGESTIONS TO CORRESPONDENTS AND PATRONS. 

All communications should be written on common size letter paper, pages about 8 by 10 inches. 

A blank space to be left on the borders of each page, the inner one at least one inch in widtb, that they may 
be read with ease after being bound. 

The time when, and place where should be mentioned in connection with the persons and circumstances named, 
if possible, but none unless authentic. 

In the record of a family give the month, day of the month, as well as the year, and write out in full the 
middle names. 

Time is short, and every one who wishes to do something towards preserving the records of their families, 
should set about it at once. 

All are invited to send in a communication, if it is nothing more than a record of their own children, or that 
of their father, showing the names of each one, with the time of births, marriages, deaths, their occupation, or 
profession ; and the different places of each residence during life, and time when in those places, with any 
remarkable or interesting incidents relating to them. > 

As we arc desirous to collect as many books and other matter, relating to our subject, for reference, as we can 
procure, we should be pleased to exchange for like books and pamphlets. 

Unforeseen circumstances have prevented the appearance of this number in season, so that the next one may 
not be ready for delivery as soon as six months from the date of this. 






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Inhabitants of Groveland, Mass., from its incorporation in 1850 to January 1, 1856, 8 

Supplement to Inhabitants of Groveland continued to January 1, 1857 with the changes, during the year 

185G, by births, marriages, death and removals to and from town, - - - - - - 45 

Topography of Groveland, — samples of engravings of ancient residences, - - - - - -53 

Bailey Deed with fac-simile of the signatures, •--------..-54 

Passing events of Merrimack Valley, commencing January 1, 1857, - - ... - - -55 

Notes and Queries in regard to the Valley, and descendants of former residents, - - - - - GO 

Book Notices, ....CO 

Marriages in the Valley, commencing January 1, 1857, ---------- d 

Obituary Notices, commencing January 1, 1857, -. -07 

Retrospection, -------------- r __ 75 

Family Histories and Genealogy, -------.- 70 



SUGGESTIONS TO CORRESPONDENTS AND PATRONS. 

All communications should be written on common size letter paper, pages about 8 by 10 inches. 

A blank space to be left on the borders of each page, the inner one at least one inch in widlb, that they may 
be read with ease after being bound. 

The time when, and place where should be mentioned in connection with the persons and circumstances named, 
if possible, but none unless authentic. 

In the record of a family give the month, day of the month, as well as the year, and write out in full the 
middle names. 

Time is short, and every one who wishes to do something towards preserving the records of their families, 
should set about it at once. 

All are invited to send in a communication, if it is nothing more than a record of their own children, or that 
of their father, showing the names of each one, with the time of births, marriages, deaths, their occupation, or 
profession ; anil the different places of each residence during life, and time when in those places, with any 
remarkable or interesting incidents relating to them. > 

As we are desirous to collect as many books and other matter, relating to our subject, for reference, as we can 
procure, we should be pleased to exchange for like books and pamphlets. 

Unforeseen circumstances have prevented the appearance of this number in season, so that the next one may 
not be ready for delivery as soon as six months from the date of this. 



SUPPLEMENT T> THE 

Exeter News = Letter. 

FRIDAY, J/IflY .0, 1895. 




KNIGHTS TEJdPliARS *25 
GHftlSTIAJ* EHDEAVORERS 



TO THE 



CITY OF BOSTON. 



LOCATION 



Principal Hotels, Theatres, Places ot 

Amusement, Public Buildings, 

Historical Institutions, 

Etc., Etc. 



ated by Corresponding Number 
on Map. 



-iim.kVr 7l'ili'M..mMii L 'T?t', Charleslowu. 

—Christ Church, Salem, opp, Hull. 
— < iiiii. in House, Malt, tor. India. 
—City Hall, School st., between Wathingtoi 



Soldiers* Monument. — Boston Cuininnn. 
Tufts College.— Steam Cars, Union Station. 

U. S. Sub-Treasury Post-office Building. 

Shoe and Leather Gxeiuinge Bedford tt, 
Mailer Builders.' Exi lunge, LGO I lovouililrc it. 
Stock ISxchangc. — Lvih.innc Buildine., M State st 

Clu-liuil Hill Kts..'1-vi.ir. I'kiliii in., from I'.n 

Wellesley College.— Steam Cum, Boston 8 Altai 



KiuzNsh Hie.li .in.l I .nin S, I War 



Institute ot Technology, Boyl- 
slon, in r. Clarendon. 

-Ma-oni, I unipl. . Tirim.ni, in.. Itoylston. 
-Natural History Society, linyUliio, cor. Ucrke- 

-N. e! Conservatory of Musk, 



Equitable Building, Corner Milk and Devonshire 

MiiVl'„'„l,l„K." Vice" 1 tt'.^.l ".V." n V '"I" «' ." I . 

Stale Hniiso.-lkaLi.il, head of Park st. Statuary, 
Battle Flags, War Relics, elc. II to 5. Free. 
U.S. Navy Yard. -Charlestnwn. Naval Curl 01 1 He* , 

Warship L.piipmeitts.ete. !> In 6. Free. 

I !n .loll Public l.ibraiy. -Copley v| I)]k-ii (.■.. i'[il 
on ]ce.a] holidays) H. ill! y m, lull i: m ; Sundays, alici 

noons and. avenlngs. Free. 
M""" ?? ?i;y; *''■ — cY>nl»v8n. and Dartmouth 
la. Sundays,*! to 0. Saturdays 



ndnj . 



Mus 






of Natural History.— Corner of lloylston 

,'V sts. Open Wi-dm-:.l.iV!i .ind Saturd.iv . 
ree. Oilier week days, II to B, Fee, 20 



43. -New Old South Church, Boylsi 



—Old South Churc 
-Odd Fellows Ha 
-Old Slate House 



■I -Mutiicy Mart 

Hall sq. 
7.-Roman Cath 



"Id ^ ■■■ l on,,-, W.i.l .1.1.1 Milk pip.. 

Dart- LoanHi.ii.Mic r„lk I Kcli,, ,„„l l'klurc--i, el. , 

U to 0. Fee, 25 cents. 

t. iJ ol,n P ' S 3"'. r ' ; & c "*' a Packing House Cain 

lishmenl .ill l.i.iti, .U itie ,l,iy l-kitric i.,ii. I 

q. Scollay sq. 

1 c ' Bosluniaii society's l(...>ni! — Old Slate House, head 

. cor. °. ( St - ,,u ':'■ M/f" 1 '!"'-' 1 "-'Us and Historical Collet- 

Bunker Hill Monumeni.-Monumeni so ,C 1< 



iM-Tn,i,.y Church, Copley sq. 

To -V M. ( ,\ s .. 1 ,,uii..„ l 'l'. 1 ,vls cor. Berkeley. 

49.— Y. M. C. U..i Jioyhioii, near Trcmoui. 

PRINCIPAL HOTELS. 

Nom— Indicated on Map by while figures on black 

17— Adams House, Washington at., between West 

and lloylston. 
28— American House, Hanover st., cor. Portland, 



-Castle Square Hotel, Wl Trent 
-Clark's Hotel, Washing-ion, tie 
I, Copleys, 

i House, Causeway s 



Boylston st. 



i.. i House 



f.H - Ham lUmi House, llaviii.irlcet si|. 

38- Hotel Eastern, opp. Union station 

10— NewCreicJiton ll.u I, 'J43-T 1 remont Si. 
■■ fand House. Clinton si. 

, School St.. opp. City Hall. 
_ .__, Brattle st., between Washing- 
ton St. and Scollay sq, 
31— Revere House, Bowdoin sq. 
13-Revnolds-. cor. Washington and Boylslon sis. 
tt-Kkhao-i H. .,.--, -IT-i Irenionlst, 
G— The Vcndome. Commonwealth avc , cor. Dart- 

7— The Brunswick, Boylslon si., cor. Clarendon. 
11— The Thorndikt, Uoylsleii it and Park sq. 
18— U. S. Hotel, Beach St., near Emergency Has- 

3ff— Winthrop House, Bowdoin St., cor. Allsion st 
84— Young's l-L.f.l. i.jij. Ii.j.id ui "-late st. Ladies' 
entrance on Court st. 

I OF 



IK— tlnslun Theatre, M'.l W.iilii.^t,,., 
!>:i— l.!..sluri Mui.-um, 2« Trciuolit .1 
,. ,. I l:. I Keith's NcwThe-.itrc. V 
K ' Kl ( Bijou Opera Huns..-, 64* Wasl 
38 -Bowdoin Squire Theatre, Bowdoi 

'i-Castk Square Theatre. 421 fwii. 

»-( olumhia theatre, :<T-! Wasliioe.1. 

1-Grand Opera House, Washing: 



The General Theological Library -0 Ml. Vernon 
Jt , opposite Slate Ho. i..:; Iti.WMi volumes j 100 pcri- 
odlcals in Readme Room . >,„:„ to visitors, A.M. to 
4.30 im.1. 

Arnold Arboretum and Museum.— Bussey Wood 



Perkins Institute lor llie Blind - liioadivay, South 

Boston. Sclio.il (H,:r,iv. Musical Perform, ti, 

etc. Thursdays at 11. Fee, 16 cent*. 

Kindergarlcn for llit Blind.— Corner of Perkins and 
Day sis , Jamaica PI iiii. Visitors admitted week-days 
after U a.m. Free. 



Y. M. C. Association II, ..ons -Corner Itoylston and 

crkclcyils. Library 1 l;-.(,li., : - U i,, 

. tOlOt-.tl. Free to visitors. Open, 



Slltld'.V.S. 

Chaum 



7optey srj. Open to visitors 
aturday. !) a.m. to 4 P.M. 



Open Sundays. 1 tl 



of Illaschka Glass Models of 
Central section of University 
Entrance Oxford st. 'J to 4. 



Garden and Linm 
and grounds t 

Peabody Mi 



irdenof Harvard University.— Corner of 

- '"imbridge. Greenhouses 

, I-'ree, Open s'tindnys. 



Boyl- Also sn.-nilL culiihiteil a' 



DISTANCE FROM BOSTON. 



Medford 6 

20 Melr.-vse 7 

31 Mllford 33 



4 Needham 

18 New Bedford - 

> Nantucket, via 

1 ', Plymouth ■■ ■ 



Chcl 



10 Reading 12 

3 Sonierville 2 

Swampscott — 12 

11 Taunton 3* 

28 Waliham :• 

Lowell ... • 2tf Wobun. 10 

Lexington.--. n Worcester +4 

Maiden *5 



Hyde Park 

Haverhill 

Lynn 



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HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RESEARCHES, 

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RECORDER OF PASSING EVENTS OF MERRIMACK VALLEY. 



Vol. I.] 



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INHABITANTS OF GROVELAND, MASS., FROM ITS INCORPORATION, IN 

1850, TO JANUARY 1, 1856. 

Abbreviations, etc., in this article, viz : b. born ; b. mak. boot-maker; bro. brother, or brothers ; ch. child, or 
children ; co. cousin or county ; d. died, or deceased ; dau. daughter or daughters ; f. father ; far. farmer ; 
g. »rand ; g. g. great-grand, etc., -when placed before ch., f., uncle, etc. ; bus. husband ; m. married, etc. ; 
manf. manufacturer ; r. reside, residence, etc. ; s. son ; s. mak. shoe-maker ; sis. sister, or sisters ; unm. unmar- 
ried ; w. wife, or wives ; wid. widow ; y. young. 

The number of each individual inhabitant, in alphabetical order, is prefixed to the name, while the age, of 
each individual on the first of January, 1856, is placed after the name ; and the numbers, in parentheses, refer 
to the numbers prefixed to other persons, showing that they are related to each other. 



1 Abbot, Myra, 56, wid. of Doct. Warren Abbot, 
who d. soon after they were m. She is dau. of 
Win. Greenough, (672). 
Abbot, see also, 198, and 663. 

3 Adams, Amelia A., 18 ; unm. ; r. with her 
f, (16). 

5 Adams, Asa F., 28 ; s. mak. ; s.of Isaac, (10) ; 
went to Newton, N. H. in 1853. 

7 Adams, Enoch., 56, s. of Samuel ; s. mak. ; w., 
15 Mary A. (Willey) 48, (2373), r. in Brad- 
ford, since 1850 ; ch. Sally D., (1133) ; Robert 
W., (17); Patience T., (284) ; 8 Enoch P., 
20 ; 4 Ann M., 14, (r. with 284) ; 19 Samuel 
W., 12 ; and 2 Aaron L. C, 8. 

10 Adams, Isaac, 62; (bro. to 7); w. 13 Mar- 

garet, 57, dau. of John Bishop of Salem; ch. 
Harriet N., m. Healy Morse ; Charles ; Mary 
(311) ; Enoch, d. 1852 ; Asa F., (5) ; Isaac 
(11) ; Martha L., (14) ; Emily A., (1792) ; and 
12 John G. B., 14. 

11 Adams, Isaac, 23; s. of Isaac; s. mak. ; unm.; 

r. at home (10). 
14 Adams, Martha L., 20; r. at home (10); 
unm. 

16 Adams, Moses, 45, (half-bro. to 10) ; r. on the 

old homestead ; far. and veterinarian ; w., 18 
Sally (Colby) 46, (352) ; eh., 9 George H., 
20 ; Amelia A., (3) ; and 6 Charles S., 13. 

17 Adams, Robert W., 27; s. mak.; in Bradford 

with his f, (7); in. in 1850 Hannah P. Chase 
(285), and has 2 ch. viz : Jos. G. 5 ; and Susan 
E., 1. 
Adams, see also, 328. 

20 Albree, John, 11 ; s. of John li. and Elizabeth 

(Albree) Downie, of Salem ; he took the name 
of his mother, at the desire of his uncle Albree, 
who sent him here to school. 

21 Allen, Abby A., here in 1854 ; dau. of John, and 

from Exeter, N. H. 

22 Allen, Henry, about 19 ; carpenter from Bil- 

lerica ; here in 1854. 

23 Allen, Lua D. A., 32 ; dau. of Wm. Gilman of 

Springfield, N. H., and wid. of Cha's H. Allen 
(361). 

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Ames, see 262 and 2360. 
Anderson, see 198. 
25 Andrews, Ednah, wid. of Thomas ; d. in 1854, 

aged 84 ; was dau. of 1ST. Hopkinson, (and sis. 

to 1045) ; m. 1st, Moses Saunders, by whom had 

David; Ruth, and Sarah, twins (699 and 2416); 

John, and Caroline d. unm. ; Elizabeth, m. N. 

Perkins ; and Jane, m. A. Hardy. 
28 Andrews, George, of. Beverly, was here 

a while in 1851 ; had with him a w., 29, who was 

an Adams; ch., 24 Amanda, 26 Emma, 27 

George, and 30 Otis, all young. 

31 Alglean, , an Irish young man, worked for 

(60) in 1850 a while, and then went to Haverhill. 

32 Annan, Charles, a machinist, from Manchester, 

N. H. ; repaired the bag mill ; here a short time, in 

1854, and 1855. 
Annis, and Anstee, see 936, and 1891. 
Applebee, and Appleton, see 1253, and 2284. 

33 Ashton, Richard, 32 ; b. mak. ; s. of George ; 

was here 1850 — 3, and returned to his native 
place, in Cawthorn parish, W. R. of Yorkshire, 
England. 

34 Ash, SophroniaC, (Peabody 1724) 38; m. 1st, 

Samuel F. Berdge, by whom had Edwin F., d. 
y. ; Adalaide F., 16, (146); Edwin F., 14, 
(with 1724) ; Arabella P., 1 1 ; and Clarence V., 
d. y. ; he d. in 1847, then she m. George Ash, for 
his 2d w. ; and after he d. in 1851, she returned 
from Newburyport. 

35 Atwood, Aaron, 69; son of Jesse; far. and 

cordwainer ; his w. Susanna (Burbank), d. 
some years ago, by whom had Albert, d. unm.; 
Geo. (40) ; Ann G, d. y. ; Lois P. (44) ; So- 
phia II. (48) ; and Charles A. (38). 

37 Atwood Abby, 37; wid. of Geo. (40) is with 

her dau. in her father's (1697) family. 

38 Atwood, Charles A., 26 ; s. mak. ; unm. ; r. 

with (35) his f. 

39 Atwood, Daniel, 52 ; far. and s. mak. ; s. of 

Simeon ; has a w., 41 Hannah 46, (Tenny 
2249); he is uncle to (570). 

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40 Atwood, George, s. of Aaron (35) ; was a b. 
and s. manf'., d. in 1S54, aged 35 ; leaving w. 
Abby (37) ; and dau. 36 Abby P. 4. 

42 Atwood, Jesse, 29 ; s. of Abijali of'W. Haver- 
hill; was here 1849-52 ; returned to bis native 
place, where he r. with w., Lucy A., 21 ; who is 
a dau. of his 5th co. (Hardy 703) ; ch., Abby 
F., 2. 

44 Atwood, Lois P., 31 ; unm. ; r. with Aaron 

(35) her f. 

45 Atwood, Moses P. 40; s. of Eliphalet (4 7) ; 

trader; w. 43 Laura A., 41 (Spofford 2123) 
their only ch., 49 Willis H., d. in 1851, aged 2. 

46 Atwood, Priseilla P., 35; a milliner; unm.; 

r. with her mother (47). 

47 Atwood, Sarah, 71 ; dau. of Moses Parker, 

(and aunt to 1G81) ; wid. of Eliphalet (bro. to 
35) ; by whom had Moses P. (45) ; Priseilla d. 
y. ; and Priseilla P. (40). 

48 Atwood, Sophia H., 29 ; unm.; dau. of Aaron 

(35) ; r. at home. 
Atwood, see also, 579, 1075, and 2142. 

Ayer, see 002 and 1085. 

50 Ayres, Guy B., 17 ; was with J. B. (82) awhile, 
winter of 1854-5 ; s. of Elijah G., (and bro. to w. 
of 80) ; his g. f. was a native of Spain. 

52 Bachellor, Elbridge K., 23 ; s. mak. ; unm. ; 

r. with his f. (53). 

53 Bachellor, George H. A., 00 ; a wheelwright ; 

s. of Wm. of AV. Haverhill ; m. 1st Martha 
Perley, by whom had Wm. ; Lois H. (1291); 
Humphrey d. y. ; George K. ; Leonard (55) ; 
Proctor P. ; and Charles ; m. 2d — 58 Sally, 
57, dau. of Solomon Wood (2412), by whom has 
Henry P. (54); Elbridge K. (52); and 57 
RuthM., 21, (257). 

54 Bachellor, Henry P., 24, s. male, s. of (53) 

w. 51 Almira G., 23 (Kimball 1250) and eh. 
50 Maria G. 1 ; went to Newton, N. H. in 
1855. 

55 Bachellor, Leonard, brushmaker, blind since 

1837 ; is s. of Geo. H. A. (53) unm. 

59 Bacon, Edward, 38 ; unm. ; day-laborer ; 

boards with Mrs. Wiggin ; is s. of Doct. Josiah, 
of Boxford, who was co. to (60). 
Co Bacon, George, s. of Samuel, who d. here in 
1851, aged 5G ; was a merchant of Boston in 
early life ; m. wid. Rebecca (Marshall) Shat- 
tuck (whose dau. m. 1001) ; by whom had Maria 
E. ; d. unm. ; Eusticc, and Geo., d. 1841. 

01 Bailey, Eizabeth, 80; dau. of Reuben Cur- 

rier (405); came from E. Haverhill, and m. 
Jonathan Bailey, who d. where she now r., but 
had no children. 

02 Bailey, Hannah, 06 ; dau. of Daniel ; r. with 

(1112 7) awhile in 1851, and returned to AV. New- 
bury, her native place. 

03 Bailoy Henry P., about 17; now in Wey- 

mouth ; a s. of Wm., and related to (02) ; was 
with (784) awhile, 1851. 
01 Bailoy Lavinia, 79 ; an unm. dau. of John M., 
of Salem, N. II. ; boards with Mrs. AVisgin in 
ber own bouse. 

60 Bailoy, Mary, (Silver) who m. 1st a Morse, but 

is now tin- 3d w . of Nathan, of Haverhill, by 
whom baa bad 05 Leonard, who d. here in 
I853,aged 20; Wealthy, (287) and John G. 
She went to Georgetown with her dau. Chase 
(800.) 



Bailey, see also, 385, 597 and 1929. 

G7 Balch, Abagail B., 49 ; wid. of Wm. ; (bro. of 

83), and dau. of (1070) ; ch. Melvin P. (87) 

and 72 Clara M., 15. 
68 Balch, Agnes E., 31 ; an invalid; unm., r. with 

(98) her f. 
70 Balch, Betsey, wid. of Jonathan (his 3d w. — 

82 and 95) ; d. 1850, aged 76 ; was dau. of 

Stephen Clay of Chester (and aunt to 900) ; m. 

1st Eliphalet Danfbrth; ch. Sarah (2105) ; Wm. 

(425) ; Joseph (2415) ; Moses C. ; Betsey m. 

Wm. Patten ; Martha, d. y. ; Stephen (428) ; 

David d. unm. ; and Jeremiah. 

73 Balch, Daniel S., 24, s. of Wm. S. (98) ; teach- 

ing school in E. Haverhill, 1855-6. 

74 Balch, Eunice J., 33 ; half-sis. to Wm. S. (98) 

taught school here, 1 854. 
77 Balch, George H., 22 ; s. mak. ; s. of Wm. S. ; 

(98) is a deaf mute. 
80 Balch, Horace M., 24 ; s. of J. (82) ; has 

been in Boston since 1851 ; w. 91 Sarah L. G. 

(Ayres) 29 ; was wid. of Joseph U. York, by 

whom she had one son (50 and 2421). 

82 Balch, Jonathan, 47 ; bro. to (95) ; b. mak. 

and carpenter ; w. 88 Sally, 45 ; (Hopkinson 
1000) ; ch. Sarah H. (2027) ; Horace M. (80) ; 
Ann Mary (1750) ; Gardner L., d., aged 1 
month ; Gardner L., d. 1840, aged 10 years ; Har- 
riet L. (109) ; Leverett II., Louisa H., and 
Priseilla K., all d. y., and 70 Frank Hen- 
ry, 4. 

83 Balch, Leonard, 50 ; s. of Jonathan (by 1st w. 

70) ; painter ; m. 1st Mary A., dau. of Eben. 
Hopkinson (bro. to 1000); by whom had Abi- 
gail C. (259) ; m. 2d 78 Hannah J. Parsons, 
who d. in 1855, aged 56. 

87 Balch, Melvin P., 24; s. of Wm. and A. B. 

(67J ; at school. 

88 Balch, Rebecca A., 27 ; r. with her mother 

(1601). 
90 Balch, Sarah H., 20 ; unm. ; r. at home, 
(98). 

95 Balch, Thomas H., 48; half-bro. to (83); r. 

on his uncle's (99) place ; has been undertaker 
of the cemetery since his f. in-law, Wm. Tenny, 
d. ; w. 92 Sophia B., 44 ; (half-sis. to 1876) ; 
ch. 100 William, 15 ; 79 Hiram, T., 13 ; 71 
Charles T., 11; 69 Arthur C. T., 9; 75 
Eustiee, 6 ; and 93 Sophia P., that d. in 
1854. 

96 Balch, William D., s. of James ; r. with 

(1626), summer of 1855, and then went to r. 
with his aunt, (2042) and work for (2026 and 
2031.) 

97 Balch, William H., 27; s.of Wm. S. (98) b.and 

s. manf., w. 94 Susan C, 27 ; (Parker 1608) ; 
ch. 85 Mary A., b. 1855. 

98 Balch, William S., 56 ; son of Samuel ; far., 

(formerly manf! of leather, boots, and shoes) ; 
m. his 2d co., in the Balch line, and 3d co., in 
the Bailey line of ancestors) ; 80 Mary Stick- 
ney, 55 (sis. to 2171) ; ch. Agnes E. (68) ; Wm. 
H. (97) ; Sarah E. d. y. ; Daniel S. and Sam'l 
P., twins, also d. y. ; Daniel S. (73); George 
II. (77) ; Sarah II. (90) ; 81 John K. P., 18 ; 
Edward P., d. y. ; 84 Louis, 11, and Ed- 
ward, d. y. 

99 Balch, William, 88 ; r., unm., at the old place 

of his f., Dea. Wm., and g. f. Rev. Wm. Balch. 
Balch, see also, 1601, 2027, 2033, and 2035. 

Ball, see 987. 



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101 Baker, Frank O., about 25 ; carpenter from 
Salem ; here awhile in 1855. 

107 Banks, Eliza A., (Libbey) ; -was with her sis. 

Griffin (684), awhile, in 1854; wid. of John 

Banks. 
109 Banks, George W., 22 ; s. mak. ; s. of J. A. 

(115) ; w. 113 Harriet L., 17 (Baleh 82). 

114 Banks, Isabella, 20; unro. ; r. with her f., 

James A. (115). 

115 Banks, James A., 51 ; s. mak. ; s. of James, 

of Knaresboro', W. R., of Yorkshire, England ; 
■w. 110 Grace M., 49 ; dau. of John Walker, 
of Middleham, same co. (2209) ; came from 
Leeds, Eng., to this place, in 1843 ; ch. Tho's 
(124) ; Geo. W. (109) ; Isa. (114) ; 116 James, 
18; 103 Ann, 14; 111 Grace M. and 123 
Sarah. A., twins, 7. 

119 Banks, Joseph, 36 ; s. of Pelatiah and w., 
102 Abigail A., 32; dau. of Joseph Grant ; 
are both from York, Me. ; ch. 118 Joseph A., 
14; 121 Lydia A., 12; 112 Hannah L., 
10; 122 Mary, O. 8: 108 George H. and 
Charles W. both d. 1854 ; and 106 Edward 
E., 2. 

124 Banks, Thomas, 25 ; unm. ; s. of James A. 
(115) r. at home. 

12G Banks, William, 31 ; fisherman; bro. to Jo- 
seph (119); w. 104 Catherine, 29; dau. of Wm. 
Davis, from Byfield ; ch. 125 Wm. H. d. 1855, 
aged 8; 117 John E., 4; and 120 Julia 
A., 2. 

127 Barker, Andrew J., 25 ; s. of Sam'l F. (128); 

not m. when here 1854-5. 

128 Barker, Samuel P., from N. Andover; here 

1854-5, building highway ; native of Methu- 
en ; 1st w. was Lydia (Mirriam), by whom had 
one ch., d. y. ; Sam'l M., Mary L. and Andrew J. 
(127) 

130 Barrett, Dennis; w. 129 Bridget, and sons 
131 John, and 133 Bichard; Irish ; boarded 
awhile with Sullivan, in the Saunders house in 
1855. 

132 Barrett, Mary, about 26, Irish; was with G. 
S. (2033), 1848-51 ; m. James Porter ; went to 
W. Newbury; has ch., Sarah E., 3; Mary A., 1. 

134 Bartlett, Calvin, s. of Isaac ; about 20 ; with 

(220) ; in 1852, returned to Newburyport. 

135 Bartlett, Dean B., 32 ; son of Isaac, of West 

Newbury ; shoe-mak. ; w. 136 Mehitable W., 
35 ; dau. of Charles Peabody (1724). 
Bartlett, see also, 198 and 612. 

137 Barton, Widow Nancy (Caldwell) from New- 

buryport; nurse to (25) in 1854. 

138 Batchelder, David C, 36 ; overseer in the 

bag mill ; son of Stephen of Deerfield, N. H. ; 
w. 140 Mary A., 37 ; dau. of John Drew of 
Ellsworth, N. H.; ch. 141 Bob. B., and 139 
Laroy. 

Bean, see 1219. 

142 Beekford, Frank W., 17; from Danvers- 
port; was with (2110) awhile, 1853. 

1 14 Benson, Joseph, 32 ; son of Tho's of Knares- 
boro ; wife 145 Mary, 35 ; dau. of Thomas 
Harrison, also from England , his ch. 143 Jane 
E., 4 — her ch.bylst hus. 'Wm. M.Walker, 
see 2309. 

146 Berdge, Adalaide F., 147 Arabella P., and 
148 Edwin F. ; see (34), 



149 Berry, Daniel A., 19, and 150 WilliamS., 17; 
here a few years ; sons of William of Leeds, 
England ; went to Lawrence. 

Betteys, see 990 and 1467 ; Bishop, see 13 ; 
and Blaisdell, see 1445. 

151 Blake, Eliza A., 17, dau. of Thomas; from 

Boston ; in the bag mill, in 1853. 

152 Blake, George; came from Lawrence, and 

worked for (128), in 1853. 

153 Blake, Joseph, from Canada ; in 1853, at 

(1921); went to Amesbury. 

155 Boles, Charles G., 23 ; from Methuen in 1852 ; 
son of Dan ; worked for (542). 

Bowley, see 550. 

155 Boyle, Thomas, about 26; was hostler for (651), 

winters of 1849-50 and '51. 

156 Boyle, William, about 30 ; in bag mill 1853- 

4 ; returned to Amesbury. 
Boyle, see also, 1274. 

157 Boynton, Alfred (formerly Methuselah), 46 ; 

s. mak. ; was in Harrisville, O., until 1854, 
where his 4 ch. were b. by wife, who was Abigail 
(Moody), viz: Alfred; 162 Eben. M. ; 15, 
who is in W. Newbury ; Charles ; and William. 
See Mace (1359). 

160 Boynton, Charles, 42; bro. to (157); boot- 
mak. ; wife 164 Matilda A., 32 ; dau. of 
Sam'l Burbank now of lleedfield, Me.; ch. 158 
Caroline P., 8 ; 166 Sarah D., 6 ; 165 Ma- 
tilda A., 4 ; 159 Charles P., 2 ; 167 Wil- 
lard H, born 1855. 

163 Boynton, Enoch, 38 (1359); far. and shoe- 
mak. ; wife 161 Charlotte G., 34 ; dau. of 
George Kimball of Bradford ; their son Myron 
W. d. y. 
Boynton, see also, 852 and 1706. 

168 Braekett, Henry C, 23 ; son of Peter, of 

Quincy ; boarded with (1618) 1852. 

169 Braekett, Stephen; a painter; worked for 

(83) summer of 1854. 

170 Bradford, Abby J., 24 ; dau. of Daniel ; with 

(813) 1851 ; from South Berwick, Me. 

Bradley, see 557, 1354, 1475, 1902. 

171 Bragdon, Aaron, 27; with his bro. Barak 

173, awhile. 

173 Bragdon, Barak, 39 ; blacksmith ; s. of Jas. ; 
from Berwick, Me. ; m. 1st Lydia Page, who d. 
1845 ; had 3 ch. d. v., and 177 Lydia M., 10 ; 
m. 2d, Harriet N. Sanborn had Harriet N., and 
they both d. ; then he m. 3d, 174 Eliza H., 
35, dau. of Joshua Doe of Durham, N. II. ; by 
whom has had 171 Ann E., died young, and 
175 George H., 3. 

176 Bragdon, Harriet L., 22; in the mill 1853; 
from Exeter, N. H. 

178 Branner, Ann, about 31; with (1626) 1854; 

returned to Haverhill. 

Bright, see 1354. 

179 Britt, Erastus W., 26 ; son of Simeon, of N. 

Bridgewater; with (2297) in 1850. 

Broeklebank, see 736, 745, 929 ; and Brooks, 
see 1777. 

180 Brown, Abigail, 90 ; widow of James and 

dau. of Joseph Kimball ; ch., Abigail m. Capt. 
Jonathan Kimball, (574, 1337); Betsey died 



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181 
182 



186 
189 

191 
192 
194 

195 

197 
198 



unm.; Wm. (220, 1280); Sam'l (202), and 
Jesse K. (192). 

Brown, Angelina, 25 ; dau. of J. N. (200). 

Brown, Anna D., 54 ; num. dau. of Aaron, and 
half-sis. to 3d wife of Dr. Perry (1794) where 
she occasionally visits. 

Brown, Dorinda A., sister to (195); from 
Wentworth, N. H. ; with (1924) awhile, 1854. 

Brown, Filena; from Kingston, N. II.; in 
the mill awhile, 1854. 

Brown, Harriet P., 27 ; unm.; occasionally 
at home (198). 

Brown, Jesse K., 51; unm.; son of James; 
r. with his mother (180). 

Brown, John E., 36; shoe-mak.; son of (198) ; 
wife 205 Lydia A., 33 (Colby 349) ; ch. 188 
Eugene C, 6. 

Brown, Jolin G-., brickmaker ; son of Josiah 
P. of Wentworth, N. II. "Was here 1852 ; went 
to W. Newbury, where he d. in 1854, aged 27 ; 
w. was 189 Frances J., 22; dau. of Wm. 
Moody, and ch. 219 Wm. A., 3. 

Brown, John O., 32 ; s. mak. ; from George- 
town ; w. 203 Lucinda P., 28 ; dau. of John 
Seavey of Chester, N. H. ; ch. 210 Mary M., 
died young. 

Brown, John, 73 ; far. and s. mak. ; (formerly 
shipmaster); from Newburyport ; s. of Joseph; 
w. 211 Mary P., 62 ; dau. of Joseph Ander- 
son, of X. ; (her 1st hus. G. M. Bartlett d. soon 
after they were m.) ; ch. Mary A., m. T. P. 
Gould; John E. (194) ; Martha H., m. George 
Abbot; Jos. P. (201); Eunice P., m. Jacob 
Carter ; Harriet P. (191) ; and Lydia J. 
(1435). 

Brown, John, Jr., 45 ; s. of John, of E. Haver- 
hill ; s. mak. ; w. 207 Lydia D., 49 ; (Jameson 
1145) ; ch., Sophronia M. (2091)) ; 209 Mary 
A., d. 1852, aged 18 ; 196 John L., 19 ; 212 
Moses, 1 7 ; 183 Charles EL, 15 ; 217 Sarah 
J., 12 ; and 208 Lydia M., 10. 

Brown, Joseph N., 59 ; s. of James of New- 
bury ; formerly a silversmith, in Newburyport, 
now a far. ; 1st w. 193 Joanna, dau. of John 
Dodge, d. in 1853, aged 57; 2d w. is 187 
Eliza, 52, dau. of Silas Dole, of Georgetown ; 
(she was wid of Joseph P. Low, by whom she 
had 4 ch. ; Maria, m. Isaac Cross ; Louisa, m. 
Enoch Pillsbury; one d. y., and Chas. P.) His 
ch. are Sarah, m. Harrison Elliott ; 204 Lucy 
C, 30, m. Daniel Plummcr, in 1852, and went 
to Newbury ; Angelina (181) ; Newell II. 
(214) ; 184 Charles M., 10. 

Brown, Joseph P., 32; occasionally at home 
(198). 

Brown, Lois (George), 54 ; sis. to (1977) ; had 
by her hits., Sam'l Brown (180), who d. 1848, 
a dau., 215 Rebecca A., 27, who m. Wm. A. 
Carleton, and went to Boxford in 1852, and 
has one child, Geo. — . 

Brown, Lydia A., 23 ; dau. of Joseph, of 
Haverhill ; kept school here in 1852. 

Brown, Newell II., 24 ; son of Joseph N. 
(2<><i) ; went to Boston in 1851. 

Brown, Susan E. P., about 29 ; was from Ep- 
som, X. II. ; kept school here in 1851. 

Brown, Wm. J., 27 ; son of Wm., of Bradford, 
(and g. s. of 180) ; shoe-mak. ; w. 216 Sarah 
A., 26, (Reed 1S71) ; ch., 185 Clarence A., 
4 ; and 213 Nollio Augusta, born 1855. 

Brown. Bee, also, 682,908, 1 L88, 1680, and 1794. 

221 Bryant, Epaphrus, 27 ; son of Thomas ; from 



199 



200 



201 
202 

206 
214 
218 
220 



New Vineyard, Me. ; taught penmanship and 
drawing here, in 1854. 

229 Bulmar Robert, 46 ; son of John, of Bedale, 

N. It. of Yorkshire, England; was here 1850 — 
2, and went to Lowell ; w. 228 Mary, 35 ; 
daughter of Matthew Simpson, of Middleham, 
Eng. ; (aunt to 1055); ch. 226 John, 16; 
Robert, d. y. ; 227 Mary H. L., 12 ; Matthew, 
d. y. ; 225 Jane, 9 ; 224 Elizabeth, 7 ; 222 
Alice, 5 ; and 223 Edward G. S., 3. 

230 Burbank, Bethiah, 66 ; dau. of Sam'l Tenny 

(2247), and wid. of Benj. Burbank, Jr. ; ch., 
Asa, d. y. ; Elizabeth T.(1860) ; Mary (515 ;) 
John T. (237); Hannah R. (1888) ; Mehita- 
ble P. (242) ; and Sam'l N. (244). 

231 Burbank, Caroline A., 21 ; unm. ; r. with her 

parents (240). 
234 Burbank, Pitzwilliam, s. of Benj., sen. (230), 
d. in Haverhill, 1852, aged 61 ; w. was Nancy 
(Moody); ch., Peleg; Nancy, m. David Marsh, 
Jr., bro. to (1152) ; Matrassa, in. A. Lull, and 
George Butterfield ; Moses ; Edwin M., now 
G. B. S. (2004) ; and Lucy (afterwards Susan 
Merrill), m. (2289). 

237 Burbank, John T., 40 ; s. of (230) ; s. maker; 

w. 232 Caroline, 40 (Cole 357) ; eh. 2 sons, 
d. y.; and 236 Harriet E., 12. 

238 Burbank, John, 23 ; s. maker and far. ; with 

his f. (246) unm. 

240 Burbank, Marinda J., 18; unm.; at home 

(246). 

241 Burbank, Matilda H., 29; unm., at home 

(246) ; a dressmaker. 

242 Burbank, Mehitable P., 33; with her mother 

(230) unm. 

243 Burbank, Melvina A., 20; unm.; r. with 

(230) her g. mother. 

244 Burbank, Samuel N"., 30 ; s. maker, ; son of 

Benj., Jr. (230) ; w. 232 Emily W. (Doe) 33, 
(sister to 174). 

245 Burbank, Samuel, who died unm., 1852, aged 

77, where his f. Stephen (667 and 1676), lived 
and died ; he was uncle to (234,) g. uncle to 

( 237 )> g- g- uncle t0 ( 2110 )> and his sister 
(06 7) is g. g. g. aunt to (2111). 

246 Burbank^Thomas, 60 ; s. of Nathan ; a far., 

on the old farm of his ancestors ; w. 235 Han- 
nah (Dow), 61 ; a tailoress; ch., Hannah M., 
m. A. Boynton (1359), and gone to Utah ; Ma- 
tilda II. (241) ; John (238) ; Caroline A. 
(231); Marinda J., died young; Marinda J. 
(240) ; and 239 Laura R., 17. 
Burbank, see also, 35, 160, 1667, 1676, and 
2086. 

247 Burnham, Henry A., 21 ; from Essex; taught 

school here winter of 1854 — 5 — 6. 

249 Burns, Benajah, Jr., 70; miller; came here 

1851; went to E. Haverhill; w. 248 Anna, 
82 ; dau. of Sam'l Reynolds, of Boxford ; no 
issue, but adopted (1203). 

250 Burns, John, about 18 ; s. of Michael, of Mill- 

town, Clare Co., Ireland; worked for (1555), 
1852-3. 

251 Burns, Thomas, 34 ; s. of Wm. C. ; was here 

1849 — 53, and returned to Moone parish, Kil- 
dare Co., Ireland. 
Burpee, see 2022. 

252 Burrill, William T., about 43 ; was from W. 

Newbury; here in 1819 and 50. 

Buttorfiold, see 231 ; and Butrick, sec 1270. 



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253 Caban, Susan, dau. of Sam'l ; from Exeter, N. 
II.; in the mill, 1853-4. 



Cadwell, Caldwell, and Camet, 

1680; and 1022. 



see 137 : 



256 Carleton, Asa, (who bad a brother Benj.) ; re- 

moved to Bradford 1851. 

257 Carleton, Benj. P., son of Geo. (263) ; s. mak., 

with (1905), awhile; m. (57) ; r. Bradford; 
eh., El bridge , (and one b., 1856). 

258 Carleton, Chs. H., 25; bro. to (259 and 263) ; 

was here 1853-4. 

259 Carleton, Eben., 35 ; s. mak. ; bro. to (263) ; 

w. 254 Abby C, 32, (Balch 83) ; ch., 255 Al- 
van B., 12"; 266 Phineas B., 9 ; Mary A., 
d. y. ; and 264 Harriet L., 1. 

261 Carleton Ellen M. , dau. of John, of W. 

Haverhill ; (her mother half-sis. to 841) ; taught 
school here 1851. 

263 Carleton, Geo. P., 37 ; ticket-master, at Grove- 
land depot ; is s. of Geo., of Bradford ; w. 267 
Tamyson, 34 (Pemberton 1754); ch., 260 
Ella S., 12 ; and 268 Walter P., 8. 

265 Carleton, Joseph P., 25 ; s. mak. ; s. of John 
G. W. H; m., in 1855,262 Ellen M., 15, 
dau. of Daniel S. Ames (bro. to 2360), of Nor- 
ridgewock, Me. Mr. C. was b. in Boston, but 
his ancestors were of Bradford. 
Carleton, see also, 202, 410, 590, 1092, 1464, 
1465, 1724, 1905, 1988, 2142, 2161, 2183, and 
2245. 
Carpenter, see 1691. 

269 Carroll, Thomas, s. of Thomas, of Ireland ; 

was with (1609), 1S51-3 ; w. Johanna (Mur- 
phy), and ch., Thos., Jere., Catherine, and 
Bridget, all came to America in 1853, and he 
went with them to Lawrence. 
Carroll and Carr, see also 2054 ; and 2085. 

270 Carr, Susan A., 19 ; and 271 William, 17; 

were with (680), 1852. 

272 Carter, George T., 25 ; s. of Sam'l M., of 

Leominster; was here winter of 1853-4, with 
his aunt (620). 

273 Carter, Nancy T., 42 ; num. in 1852-3 ; was 

here with sis. (620). 
Carter, see also, 198 and 623. 

274 Casady, Margaret, an Irish girl about 19, 

came from Boston, and r. with (1626), 1847 
to 51. 

275 Case, Nathan, 16; from Haverhill; was with 

(894), 1849-52. 

Chamberlain, and Chadwick, sec 1794; and 
2273. 

Chaplin, see 922, and 2123. 

276 Chase, Abner, 52 ; s. of (295) ; cordwainer 

and far. ; present w. 298 Susan, 56, (Hardy 
807) ; 1st w. Betsey (Barker 1680) ; ch., Amos 
P. (277) ; Geo. H. (284) ; 285 Hannah P., 
23, (17) ; 291 Mosley D., 17 ; and 281 Emi- 
ly A., 15. 

277 Chase, Amos P., 26 ; (276) ; s. mak. ; w. 280 

Elizabeth, 25 ; dau. of Thomas J. Rovve, of 

Gloucester, (sis. to 621) ; ch., 283 Prank 

W., 1. 
278. Chase, Chs., boarded with (1555), and went to 

school, in 1850. 
282 Chase, Plaviah, about 1 3 ; dau. of George, 

and related to w. of (39.) 



284 Chase, George H., 24 ; b. mak. ; s. of (276) ; 
now in W. Newbury ; w. 294 Patience T., 23 
(Adams 7); ch., 297 Sarah J., 2, and 279 
Charles, l. 

287 Chase, John S., about 31 ; s. of Wm , of New- 
ton, N. H. ; was here 1853 ; w. 300 Wealthy 
(Bailey 66). 

289 Chase, Leverett M., 23 ; s. of Sam'l, of E. 

Haverhill; is a member of Dart. Col.; taught 
school here, winter of 1854-5. 

290 Chase, Marcus M., 22 ; unm. ; s. mak. ; s. of 

303. 

295 Chase, Patty, 78; wid. -of Amos, of Washing- 

ton, N. H., where her 2 ch. were b., viz. : Amos, 
d. unm. ; and Abner (276) ; dau. of A. Sampson. 

296 Chase, Rebecca, was a girl that was with (1681 

and 1794), 1847-52. 
299 Chase, Wallace N., 21 ; s. mak. ; s. of (303) ; 
unm. 

303 Chase, Wm. N., 49 ; s. male. ; s. of Nathan, of 

Newbury; came here in 1821; m. Olive P. 
Stickney, 47 (2183) ; ch., Lucy A. (423) ; Mar- 
cus M. (290) ; Wallace N. (299) ; 286 John 
M., 18 ; 301 Wilber W., and 302 Willard 
K., twins, 17; 288 Leonard J., 14 ; and 293 
Olive S., 4. 
Chase, see also 390, 682, 1071, 1093, 1145, and 
1165. 

304 Cheney, Greenleaf, s. of Mark, who d. in By- 

field, 1855, aged 45 ; taught school here winter 
of 1851-2. 

305 Cheney, John A., 15 ; here, awhile, 1853 ; is s. 

of Joseph, of Byfield. 

306 Chubb, Adeline L., 33 ; unm.; was with her 

aunt (1405) 1853-5. 

308 Chubb, Chs. L., s. of Jabez, of Norway, Me. 
(306 and 1739), d. here 1854, aged 29; leav- 
ing w. 311 Mary, 33, (Adams, 10), in the In- 
sane Hospital ; by whom had 309 Charles L., 
11 (2342) ; 310 Elizabeth P., 9 ; Oliver, d. 
y. ; and 307 Annette A., 3. 

312 Chubb, Oliver P.; died in 1854, aged 25; 

bro. to (308). 

313 Chubb, Rosanna, 16 ; sister to 308, also was 

here awhile. 

Chute, see 324. 

314 Clansey, Margaret, an Irish girl, here in 1854 ; 

and an older sister, 315 Mary, about 21, from 
Dublin Co.; also, was with (2038), 1853-4, who 
went to W. Newbury, and m. Thomas Ma- 
grath, from Galway Co. 
Clansey, sec also 1363. 

316 Clarke, Aaron W., from Atkinson, N. II. ; 

taught school here, winter 1850-1. 

317 Clarke, Daniel, 22; son of Elijah, Jr.; went 

to California in October, 1853, and is now prac- 
tising law with his uncle (323). 

318 Clarke, Elijah, Sen., 76 ; from Topsfield, in 

1800; s. of Daniel ; a shoe manf. and trader, 
in early life ; w., 331 Sarah, 73, dau. of Sam'l 
Parker, (sister to 1699); ch., Daniel, d. v.; 
Elijah (319) ; Alex. H, d. y. ; and Jere. (323). 

319 Clarke, Elijah, Jr., 46 (318); s. maker, and 

livery stable keeper ; wife, 320 Elizabeth A. 
(Morse), 42 ; sister to (1445) ; ch., Daniel 
317; Louisa (326); Sarah P., d. y. ; 322 Han- 
nah M., 16 ; Elizabeth A. and Wm.M., d. y.; 
330 Norman, 9 ; 327 Mary A., 6; and 332 
Wm., 1. 
323 Clarke, Jeremiah, 39 ; r. California, since 



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1S50 ; a lawyer in San Francisco (317); visit- 
ed his f. (318) iu 1854 ; and returned with a 
w., Lottie F., dau. of Doet. — Kane, of Pitts- 
burgh, X. Y. 

324 Clarke, Judith, 55 ; dau. of David Chute, of 

Georgetown ; was the 2d w. of Jere., bro. of 
(318) : ch., Maria, Daniel, Emily, and Jere., 
all d. y. ; and 321 Geo. W., 16, (325). 

325 Clarke, Laura, 24 ; unm. ; dau. of Jere. (324) ; 

her home is with her aunt Nelson, sister to her 
mother (1487). 
32G Clarke, Louisa, 20; school teacher; unm., at 
home (319). 

328 Clarke, Mary (Adams), has been with her 

bio. (10) ; ch., by her deceased husband, Aaron 
L. Clarke, were Sam'l E., Joseph M., Orren 
W., and Henry H. 

329 Clarke, Moody, bro. of (318), who d. unm., in 

1853, was here awhile. 

Clay and Clement, see 70 and 9GG ; and 1936. 

333 Clough, Warren, about 19; worked in the 
brick-yard, 1854. 
Clough, see also, 598 and 1111. 

335 Cobban, George A., — ; s. mak. ; unmarried ; 

younger brother to (336). 

336 Cobban, John, 33 ; a native of Aberdeen, 

Scotland ; was a carpenter here 1849-51 ; went 
to Holliston ; w. 334 Catherine, dau. of Isaac 
Thompson, of Leeds, Canada ; ch., 339 Mary, 
d. in 1851, aged about 3 years. 

340 Cobban, "William H. ; s. of Robert, and bro. 

of (336) ; tn. 337 Mary L. Hardy, 25, (835), 
in 1850; has a dau. 338 Mary L., 4 ; and 
been in the western states, of late. 

341 Coe, Eleanor ; an African; unm.; about 29 ; 

r. with (901). 

342 Coe, Henry; a half-brother to (341); died 

1851, aged 21. 

343 Coffee, John, about 58 ; from Waterford, Ire- 

land ; r. with (1874), summers of 1851-2-3; 
went to Dover, N. H. 
Coffin, see 378, 610, 1399, 1746, and 2385. 

Cogswell, see 1594. 

344 Colbert, Bridget A., 29 ; daughter of David, 

of Fermoy, Minister Co., Ireland ; came to 
work in the mill August 24, 1855. 

345 Colby, Arietta R., 21 ; with her uncle (347), 

winter of 1852-3; dau. of J. S. M. (349). 

347 Colby, Eliphalet H., 37 ; s.of (349); b. and 
s. maker ; m. two dau. of Eliphalet Sargent of 
Dunbarton, — first, Sarah G., and second, 352 
Ruth A., 27 ; by whom has 346 Clarence 
L., 5. 

319 Colby, John, 76; son of Chase, of Newbury; 
came here and m. 348 Hannah, 79, daughter 
of Stephen Morse (1578) ; is a far.; ch., Ira 
and Betsey, d. y. ; John S. M., (345 and 1060) ; 
Mary (2391) ; Eliphalet H. (347) ; and Lydia 
(194). 

350 Colby, Mary J., 19; unm.; sister to (345); 

sometimes with grand- father, 349. 

351 Colby, Mary, about 18 ; daughter of Nicholas, 

of Haverhill ; was with (1619), 1851. 
353 Colby, Sally, 5 1 ; wid. of Enoch, of Newbury ; 

and dau. of Abraham Dodge (1359); lately 

been with (IS), her only child. 
351 Colby, Thomas F., 19 ; son of Francis W. of 

W. Aincsbury ; at school here in 1851. 
Colby, see also, 6 72, and 1060. 



355 Cole, Leverett S., s. maker, and his brother, 

358 Present C, unm. ; young men, sons of 
Sam'l, of Salem, N. II. ; (g. f. lived in Boxford) ; 
were here awhile, 1853-5. 

356 Cole, Mary L., 57; unm.; dau. of Thomas 

(357) ; r. with half-sister (232). 

357 Cole, Moses ; son of Daniel, of Boxford, died 

1850, aged 82 ; m. his brother Thomas's widow 
(356), Sally (Kimball) ; ch., Caleb, died young, 
and Caroline (232). 
Cole, see also, 2233 ; and Collier, see 374. 

359 Collity, John, 23 ; son of Patrick, and g. s. of 

Thomas ; came from Cork Co., Ireland ; in the 
bag mill 1855-6. 

360 Collins, William, about 34 ; worked for (542) 

in 1851 ; returned to Exeter, N. H., where his 
wife and child were. 

361 Colman, George M. ; b. in Wells, Me. ; son 

of George, of N. Anson, Me. ; w., 362 Harriet 
A. (Allen), whose father married (23) for 2d 
w. ; r. here awhile, and left. 

363 Colson, Mary A., in the bag mill 1853-4. 

364 Comely, David; carpenter; was unmarried; 

worked for (336) in 1850; probably from Cana- 
da or N. S. 

365 Coniff, John, 31 ; from Galway, Ireland; wife, 

366 Mary, 27; sister to (2269). Sold out, and 
went to W. Newbury, in 1851. 

367 Conley, Mary; r. with Mrs. Savary (2042) 
awhile, in 1855. 

370 Considine, Patrick, 36 ; son of Dennis, and 

g. s. of Michael ; worked for the Groveland 
Mill Co., 1855-6 ; was from Limerick Co., Ire- 
land ; wife, 368 Bridget (Hawley) ; eh., 369 
John, 14, (and Jane, born here Jan. 6, 1856). 

371 Conway, Brice, 24 ; son of James, of L. Derry 

Co., Ireland ; wife, 372 Mary, 21, daughter of 
Henry McDevitt, of St. Andrews, N. B. ; here 
1852-3. 

374 Cooke, Edward, about 33; a carpenter; s.of 
Jonathan ; w., 381 Mary (Collier) ; ch., 375 
Hannah, born here ; returned in 1851 to 

, N. 11., of Yorkshire, England, from 

whence they came in 1848. 

378 Cooke, John D., 53 ; son of Elias ; was a ship- 

master; came from Newburyport, 1837, and 
returned in 1853; w.. 377 Harriet, 50, dau. 
of Sam'l Coffin, of N. ; ch., John (379) ; Sarah 
P. (1397); Rufus, and David, died young ; and 
Harriet (1976). 

379 Cooke, John, 31 ; s. maker; s. of (378) ; wife, 

380 Louisa G, 28, (Hardy 774) ; children, 373 
Charles A., 8, and 376 Harriet E., 4. 

382 Cooke, Sarah, 59 ; widow of Ch's L., (brother 

of 378) ; a tailoress ; dau. of Enoch Ilarriman 
(929) ; m. 1st, Tho's Merrill, and had a son, 
John (1397). 
Cooke, Cooper, and Corlis, sec 1352 ; 1951, 
2104; and 622. 

383 Coughlin, Johanna ; in the mill awhile, about 

1854. 

385 Cowden, John E., 47; native of Attleboro' ; 
is son of John, from Bristol, England ; overseer 
in bag mill, 1853-6; family remained in Ames- 
bury ; wife, Sally (Bailey) ; ch., Susan L. ; 



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384 Jason E., 19 ; Hannah E., in the mill, 
1855-6 ; Sarah B., and Mary J. 

Cowdry, see 1182. 

386 Cox, Phebe, 62 ; with Mrs. Brown (180), since 

April 19, 1855; is dau. of Solomon Jennings 
of Methuen ; in. 1st, John H. Ayer, who was 
drowned below Andover bridge, in 1816 ; by 
whom had Abigail, m. Amos B. Austin ; and 
Mary E., m. her cousin, John W. Brown ; m. 
2d, Thomas Cox, Jr., of Cambridge, who died 
in Boxford, in 1848; by whom had Harriet J., 
unm. ; Tho : s H. ; and Esther B., m. Th. Lang. 

387 Craen, Margaret, an Irish girl, with (2171J, 

1852-3. 

388 Crane, Ellen, an Irish girl, with (1564) awhile. 

389 Crimrnins, Dennis, an Irishman, worked for 

(128) awhile. 

390 Crocket, Charles P., with family from Essex ; 

with (249), May to December, 1852 ; w., 392 
Hannah, (Chase) ; and adopted dau. 391 
Hannah J., who was dau. of Sam'l Mears, of 
Georgetown. 

393 Crombee, Benj. Frank, 32 ; s. of Benj., bro. 

to (398) ; s. maker, from Byfield ; m. his cousin, 

396 Mary, 28, dau. of Jas. Hoyt, a bro. to 

(1106) ; r. now in Georgetown. 
395 Crombee, John M., 23 ; s. maker ; unm. ; s.of 

Tho's N. (398). 
398 Crombee, Thomas N., 54 ; s. maker, from 

Georgetown ; s. of Aaron ; w., 397 Ruth M., 

45 (Noyes 1530) ; ch., Rebecca M. (1190) ; 

John M. (395); 399 Thomas W., 20; and 

394 Hannah J., 12. 

400 Crosley, Edward ; boarded with (194) awhile, 

in 1855. 

401 Cross, John C, a carpenter, from Gardiner, 

Me. ; here awhile in 1854 ; went to Haver- 
hill, and married. 
Cross, see also, 200, and 1924. 

Croughan, and Crowell, see 563 ; 936, and 
1212. 

402 Crystal, Catherine, about 30; dau. of John, 

Jr. ; b. about 4 miles from Sligo, Ireland ; with 
(1681), 1848-50 ; then m. John Kelley (1221), 
of W. Newbury, and has had 5 ch. ; one still- 
born ; Mary A., b. 1852 ; Catherine, b. 1853 ; 
John, b. 1854, and Lawrence, b. 1856. 

403 Cuddy, Jas., a boy from Lowell ; with (2177) 

awhile, in 1853. 

404 Cummings, Samuel P., 23; s. maker; b. in 

Newbury (305) ; wife, 404& Sarah E., 22, 
(Wood 2418). 

Cunningham, see 708. 

405 Currier, Bailey, 29 ; son of Benaiah, of East 

Haverhill; s. maker; r. with his aunt (61), 
winter of 1852-3. 

406 Currier, Munroe J. W., 24 ; (small in sta- 

ture.) ; s. of Tim., of Amesbury ; in the mill, 
1853-6. 

407 Currier, Mary J., from Exeter, N. II. ; in the 

mill, 1854-5. 

408 Currier, Olive, from Georgetown ; was in the 

mill, 1854. 
Currier, see also, Gl, 539, 1929, 2177, and 2336. 



410 Curtis, Edwin T., 35 ; b. and s. manf. ; s. of 

Wm. D., of N. Yarmouth, Me. ; m. 1st, Eliza- 
* beth K. Carleton, (sister of 258 and 1014). by 

whom had 412 Wm. H., 15 ; and 411 Ceo. 

C. ; she d. 1844, and he m. 2d, 409 Betsey P., 

40 ; dau. of Bailey Grcenough, and widow of 

G.W. Noyes, (661). 
Curtis, see also, 1747 and 2291. 

411 Cushman, Dennis, an Irishman; worked for 

(901), 1852. 
414 Cushman, Edward A., 25 ; s.of Alfred, of No. 
3, Aroostook Co., Me. ; w., 415 Eliza E., 22, 
(Sides 2086) ; came here Dec. 3, 1855. 

Cutter, see 1821. 

419 Danforth, George E., 25, (formerly Marcus 
M.) ; son of Wm. by 2d wife (425) ; s. maker ; 
w., 424 Mary J., 21, (Pike 1817) ; ch., 417 
Edwin L., 3 ; and 422 Ida P., b. in W. 
Newbury, 1855. 

425 Danforth, Mary, who was dau. of Stephen 

Ordway (1539), d. here in 1852, aged 47; wid. 
of Wm. Danforth, and sister to Eliza, his 2d w. ; 
ch., Rhodolphus (426). 

426 Danforth, Rodolphus, 20 ; s. of (425) ; s. 

maker ; m. his cousin, 426 a Sarah E. Smith, 
21, (2105). 

427 Danforth, Stephen B., 30; s. maker; (half- 

bro. to 419 and 426) ; went to E. Haverhill, 
1854 ; w., 423 Lucy A., 25, (Chase 303) ; ch., 
416 Charles W., 7 ; 420 Hannah E., 5 ; 
418 Prank C, d. y., and Stephen, b. 1855. 

428 Danforth, Stephen, 45 ; s. of Eliphalet (70) ; 

b. maker ; w., 421 Hannah H. (Wood) 43, 
sister to (2415), who m. his nephew. Mr. D. 
is 3d cousin to (889, 1681, and 2291). 



429 Daniels, Asael ; from Canada ; boarded with 

1106, awhile, 1853. 

430 Daniels, Mary M., 20 ; came here in 1855 ; an 

only child of John, Jr. and Susan (Balch) 
Daniels, of Barrington, N. II. 

Darling, see also 1817, 2099. 

431 Davenport, Joseph, r. with (2334) awhile, 

where he died, 1852, aged 11. 

434 Davis, Arthur, about 25 ; was from Portland, 

Me. ; here 1851, and went to S. Boston. 

435 Davis, Geo. N., a carpenter, from Hampstead ; 

worked for (2169 and 2172) in 1854. 
437 Davis, Jas. H, b. about 1831, in Liverpool, N. 
B.; was with (95), 1849-53 ; left for Man- 
chester, N. II. ; now in parts unknown. 

440 Davis, Joseph, went to Boston in 1850 ; wife 

433 Amelia E., dau. of Jas. Sawyer ; ch., 438 
John S.; 436 Geo. S.,; 432 Alva, born in 
Charlestown ; and 439 Joseph A., b. here. 

441 Davis, Wm. H., from Byfield ; was here 

awhile with his sister (104). 
Davis, see also, 1024, 1348, 1564, 1993, and 
2101. 

448 Dawkins, Sarah A., 21 ; sister to (450), with 

whom r. winter of 1851-2. 

449 Dawkins, Thos., 28 ; s. maker, from England ; 

was here 1851-2 ; m. his cousin, 442 Adeline 
Dawkins, 24 ; (sister to 448) ; had a son, 445 
Geo. E., by a former wife. 

450 Dawkins, Wm., 3.3 ; blacksmith; son of Wm., 

of Kent Co., England ; here awhile ; now in 
W. Newbury ; w. 444 Elizabeth, 32, daugh- 
ter of Abner Rogers of Byfield ; ch., 447 



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472 

473 
474 
475 



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480 



481 



487 



Martha J., 13; 446 Hannah M.; 10, and 
443 Elizabeth A., 6. 

Day, Win., a boy, who r. with (2186) in 1850. 

Dearborn, Nath'l, from Andover ; worked 
for (128) 1854. 

Dewson, Wm. R., 25 ; s. of Francis ; born in 
Dorchester; was a clerk for (1348), and went 
to Haverhill. 

Dewyer, and Dickinson, see 1856 ; and 659. 

Dinsey, Adeline, 8 ; from Boston ; was with 
(45) in 1854-5 ; said to be of German origin. 

Disney, see 1354. 

Dixon, Henry, 7 ; son of Horace and Sarah E. 
(Walsh) ; came to live with his g. f. (2318) in 
1854. 

Dodge, Amos D., 14 ; s. of Robert, of New- 
buryport; was with (1728) 1851-5; and his 
bro. 457 George, was here 1850-1. 

Dodge, Sarah A. W., num. dau. of Thos., from 
Newburvport, 1855, with 2172, 97, 901, and 
95. 

Dodge, see also, 200, 353 and 1359. 

Dodson, Daniel, Jr., about 55 ; from Knares- 
boro' (115), in 1847; went to Andover in 
1850 ; w., 465 Jane (Jarman), from same 
place , eh., 464 Harriet, 33, m. A. Doran ; 
George staid in London ; Hannah d., aged 16 ; 
Joseph, d. y. ; 466 Joseph, 27, has m. Sarah 
Teat, and has a dau. Sarah J. ; 467 Maria, 23, 
m. Wm. Greaves, and has had Geo. T., d. y., 
and Jane H. ; 469 Sarah, 21, m. A. Ward, 
and went to Salmon Falls in 1854; ch., Jane 
E. and Richard; 462 Elizabeth, 20 ; Ann, 
d. y. ; 468 Richard, 15; 460 Catherine, 
14; 463 Hannah, 10; 470 Wm., 8; and 
459 Alfred, 7, born soon after they reached 
this place. 

Doe, see 1 73, and 244. 

Dolby, Geo., about 55; was about here in 1850. 

Dole, Charles A., school teacher here, winter 
of 1853-4 ; was from Wentworth, N. H. 

Dole, see also 200. 

Donavan Ellen, an Irish girl ; was with (2171) 
winter of 1851. 

Donovan, Thomas, 21 ; in the mill, 1855-6; 
s. of Tim., of Mitchellstown, Munster Co., Ireland. 

Dooling Ellen, about 21 ; and her sister, 476 
Margaret, about 19; came to work in the 
mill July 4, 1855 ; daughter of John, of Mus- 
kerry, County of Cork, Ireland. 

Dorman, see 2022. 

Dorr, Benjamin L., 37; son of William, of 
Lebanon, Me ; w., 484 Mary J., 36, (Marble 
1368) ; ch., 482 Julia A., 9 ; 483 Mary A., 
7; 479 Henrietta C, 3 ; Emma A., b. 1855. 

Dorr, Jas. W., 27 ; half-bro. to (478) ; m. Al- 
mira C, 25; sister to w. of (4 78); went to 
Boxford, 1855. 

Dorr, John B., was with his bro. (480) 1854-5. 

Dow, see 246, and 736. 

Downie, Wm., 29 ; s. of John of Paisley, Sect- 
land ; was a tailor here, 1851-2 ; went to Ports- 



mouth, N. II., where his w., 485 Martha J., d. 
in 1854, aged 29, — who was dau. of Andrew 
Merriam, of Middleton ; by whom lie had 486 
Wm. M., 5, and Edward, 2 ; m. 2d, Cecelia 
P. Spofibrd, (21 IS) and has Isabella, born 1856. 
Downie and Downing, see 20 ; and 1309. 

Doyen and Dresser, see 936 ; and 1060, and 
1487. 

Drew and Dunning, see 138; and 711. 

Durrah and Dutton, see 15 78 ; and 1874. 

490 Dwinell, Stephen, s. of Jonathan ; his sister's 
dau., 489 Eleanor, about 44 ; and Eleanor's 
s. 488 Asa C, 4 ; r. at the almshouse. 

493 Eaton, David, 63; s. of Amos; and w., 501 
Ruth H, 63, dau. of Edmund Little ; came 
and staid with their s. (504), winter of 1852-3, 
and returned to W. Newbury ; ch. have been 
Judith B., m. Edward Johnson ; Edmund L. ; 
Wm. G. (504) ; and two others that d. young. 

495 Eaton, Geo., with his family, was here with 
(1936) 1848-50, and returned to N. Reading; 
w., 494 Diantha, (Peak) ; ch., 502 Susan 
D. ; 4 96 Hellen M. ; 492 Appleton; and 
499 Maria. 

503 Eaton, Wm. B., a young man ; carpenter ; 

worked for Fisk, on Russel house, 1855, and 
returned to Salem. 

504 Eaton, Wm. G., 36 ; s. of David (493) ; shoe- 

maker ; w., 498 Lydia A., 35 (Richardson 
1921) ; ch., 491 Abby E. G, 12 ; 500 Mary 
A. L., 7 ; and 49 7 Judith B., 3. 

Elliot, see 200. 

505 Elwell, Lydia J., and Sarah A., besides a 

Geo. that d. y. ; are ch. of Abraham, of Glou- 
cester (1741). 

506 Emerson, Adeline, 22 ; dau. of Sam'l and 

Nancy, of W. Haverhill ; taught school here 
1850; has since m. John H. F. Tower, from 
Weston, and r. at home. 
509 Emerson, Martha, w. of Benj. F. of West 
Haverhill ; was with her ch.at her fs (837), in 
1851 ; ch., were Mary A. H, d. y. ; 511 Su- 
san A, 16 ; 507 Albert D., 14 ; Sabastine d. 
y.; 508 Marietta. 9 ; and 510 Nathan F, 7. 
Emerson, see also, 530, 1680, and 1929. 

512 Emery, Albert, 33; s. maker; unm. ; r. with 

his mother, now w. of (1846). 

513 Emery, see also, 523, 567, 1438, 1593. 

514 Erving, David, son of David D., of Hamp- 

stead, N. H. ; w., 515 Mary, 43, (Bnrbank 
230 and 243) ; by whom had a son, 513 David 
>H., that died 1851, aged 1. 

516 Estabrook, John L., 10; was with his g. f. 

(1071) in 1852, and returned to his mother in 
E. Haverhill. 

517 Estes, Ann M. (Morse), 39; r. with her f. 

(1464); wid. of Robert Estes from Hanover; 
by whom had 518 Ellen M., 14; and 519 
Rob't W., 11. 
Fairbanks, see 1676. 

520 Falkner, Joseph P., whose family lived in 
Andover ; worked for (128), 1854. 

Farmer and Farnum, see 914 ; and 1578. 

523 Farrington, Sarah J., 32; wid. of Lewis G., 
of West Newbury ; is dau. of Tho's Emery 



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(and sister to hus. of 566) ; came here May 
17, 1855; her eh. are 521 G-eo. W., 10, and 
522 Lewis G., 4. 
Farrington, see also 1774. 

530 Fegan, James, 41 ; a. maker ; s. of Wm. O., of 
Boston ; w., 528 Elizabeth H., 40, dau. of 
Tim. Emerson, Georgetown ; ch., 529 Henry, 
20; 531 James, 18 ; 535 Leverett, 14 ; 537 
Mary A., 1 1 ; 526 David E., 8 ; 538 Sarah 
E., 5 ; and 527 Edw'd O., 3. 

532 Fegan, John, 39 ; bro. to James ; shoe-maker ; 
w., Sarah (Spiller), d. in 1847, before be came 
here in 1848 ; left, 1855 ; ch., Sarah E. (1132) ; 
525 Charles, 17; 533 John, 15; and 534 
Julia A., 11. 

539 Fegan, Wm., 3 7 ; s. maker; came here with 
his bro. (532) w., 524 Catherine, daughter of 
Currier ; ch., 540 Wm.; and 536 Mar- 
garet. 

542 Felch, Daniel M., 30; carpenter; s. of Daniel, 

of Newburyport ; w., 545 Sarah E., 30, dau. 
of John Ross ; ch., 544 Madora A., 8 ; and 
541 Ann J., 4; were here 1848 — 55, and 
went to Haverhill. 

543 Felch, Geo. W-, 25 ; was with bro. (542), in 

1851. 

550 Fellows, Rufus J., 29 ; s. maker; s. of Eben., 

of Norwich, Vt. ; w., 547 Georgianna, 28, 
- dau. of Eben. Bowley, of E. Haverhill ; ch., 
548 Henry, 8 ; 549 Roxalanna, 7, and 546 
Edwin B., 5 ; were here winter 1851-2. 

551 Ferguson, Bartholomew, 37 ; from Sligo Co., 

Ireland; here, 1850-1. 

Fernald, see 1122. 

552 Ferron, Henry, an Irish boy ; s. of James ; 

here, 1854-5. 

553 Fielding, Catherine, about 29 ; from Ames- 

bury ; in the mill, 1853-4. 

554 Fisher, Ch's A., a dentist ; here occasionally, 

1849-51 ; was from Francestown, N. H. ; since, 
been in Boston, and New York. 

557 Fish, Geo., s. of George ; here 1853 ; from An- 
dover ; w., 558 Mary T-, dau. of John Brad- 
ley, of Hampstead, N. H., where they went 
from here ; ch., 559 Sarah J. ; 555 Frederic 
S., and 556 Geo. F, 2. 
Fish, see also, 1776. 

560 Fitzpatrick, Mary ; was in the mill awhile. 

562 Flanergan, Mary ; sister to (563) ; with 

(2171); went to Lawrence, 1853. 

563 Flanergan, Michael, 29 ; s. maker ; son of 

Peter, of Kilkeeven Parish ; born near Castle- 
reagh, Roscommon Co., Ireland ; came here 
1851 ; m. 1st, 561 Catherine Croughan, who 
d. July 4, 1853 ; and m. 2d 561» Cecelia, 21, 
dau. of Dennis Somers; born near Enniskillen, 
Cavan Co., Ireland ; r. with (1681) 2 years, 
before she married him. 

564 Fletcher, Robert, about 18 ; was at the Acade- 

my, 1851. 

565 Fogg, Frank, about 22 ; here, paii.ting awhile, 

1853, for 83. 

FoUansbee, see 647. 

567 Foot, Moses, 61 ; son of Caleb ; orchardist ; 
m. 1st, Susanna C. Parker (1676), by whom 
had Fred. A., died young ; 566 Abigail P., 

a 



31, who m. Ephraim R. Emery, of West New- 
bury ; now in Woburn, and has 2 ch., Mary, 
and Wm. R. ; Emilv A. ; and Sarah B., d. y. ; 
m. 2d, 569 Sophia Hardy, 56, (852), by whom 
has had 568 Sam'l, 23, unm. ; Cynthia S., and 
Frazier S., both died young. 

571 Foster, Betsey, sister to Joseph (583) ; died 
unm., 1852, aged 74. 

573 Foster, Charles, here awhile, 1852; was an 

Irishman ; went to Lowell. 

574 Foster, David B., 35 ; shoe-maker ; s. of Elijah ; 

m. 1st to 575 Eliza B., dau. of Jona. Kimball 

(180), who d. 1851, aged 32 ; ch., 577 Emma ; 

and 578 Geo. B., b.'and d. 1851 ; m. 2d, his 

cousin, Lucy Foster, of Rockland, Me., and 

went to Bradford, 1852. 
576 Foster, Ellen M., 15; from Portland, Me. ; 

was with her sister (2112), 1854-5 ; and her 

bro., 580 Geo. H., 13 ; came in 1854 ; ch. of 

John T. 
579 Foster, Geo. B, 29; bro. to (574); w. 570 

Ann M. G., 24, dau. of Simeon Atwood (bro. 

to 39) ; went to Bradford, 

582 Foster, John, about 26; an Englishman; was 

with (1091) in 1850. 

583 Foster, Joseph, 64 ; an eccentric bachelor ; s. 

of Stephen. 

584 Foster, Martha J., 48 ; with her mother (590), 

unmarried. 

585 Foster, Martha, 77 ; wid. of Joseph's brother 

Stephen, and dau. of Josiah Titcomb of New- 
bury ; was with her dau. (1563) ; ch., Stephen, 
d. y. ; John T. (576 and 2112); Stephen, 
and Edward, d. y. ; Ja's A., and Martha T., died 
unm. ; Geo. II. ; and Mary S. (1555). 

587 Foster, Moses, Jr., 44 (588) ; s. manf. ; wife, 

586 Mary E., 41, dau. of Manly G.Woodbury; 
ch., Rebecca A. (1643) ; and 572 Ch's W., 20. 

588 Foster, Moses, 80 ; s. of Reynolds ; m. 1st, 

Rebecca Tenny, sister to (2249), by whom had 
Abigail (1080) ; Moses (587) ; and Rebecca, d. 
young ; and m. 2d, 581 Hitty, 74, daughter 
of Tho's Wood (2398). 

589 Foster, Sumner, was here, awhile, winter of 

1852-3 ; his w. is sister to w. of (1036). 

590 Foster, Susan, 70 ; wid. of Sam'l Foster, bro. 

to Joseph (583), and dau. of Sam'l Carleton, of 
Boxford; sister to (1092) ; ch., Martha J. (584) ; 
Emily A., m. Rob't A. Stoddard : Warren L., d. 
y. ; Marv C, m. John L. Hollis ; Ruby E. 
(2297) ; Rebecca K. (1621) ; Maria C, d. y.; 
and Susan E. (618). 
Foster, see also, 837, 1774, and 2110. 

594 Fowler, Frederick, son of Sam'l, of Boxford ; 
(bro. to 603) ; at school here, 1852. 

597 Fowler, Nancy P., 25; went to W. Newbury, 

1853, and m. there Moody M. Bailey. 

598 Fowler, Nathan K., 25 ; shoe-maker ; (hall- 

bro. to 594) ; w., 595 Hannah J., 32 ; dau. of 
Jona. Clough, of Readfield, Me. ; ch., 591 Ed- 
win L , 5 ; were here 1853-4. 

601 Fowler, Susan C, 21 ; dau. of Wm. ; r. at 

home (603). 

602 Fowler, Wm. H., 32 ; s. of Wm. ; s. maker ; 

w., 596 Laura A, 37 ; dau. of Phineas Ayer ; 
ch., 599 Oriston F. ; 592 Frank F. and 593 
Frank M., twin to one stillborn, all d. young. 

603 Fowler, Wm., 56 ; shoe-maker ; (formerly a 

blacksmith) ; s. of Sam'l, of Salisbury ; wife, 
600 Sarah, 53 (Pecker 1746); ch. Wm. H. 
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F. (711) ; Nancy P. (597), and Susan C. 
(601). 

Fox, see 1G73. 

604 Foye, Hiram, and 605 John, twin-brothers, 25 ; 
s. of John ; came from Barnstead, N. H. 

606 Freeman, Sarah, wid. of John, by whom she 

had a ch. that d. y. ; was dau. of Nicholas 
Wallingford ; d. in 1854, aged 80. 

607 Fuller, Abigail, 21; from Newton, N. H. ; 

was with (1927) awhile, in 1852. 
Fullington, see 1372. 

610 Gadd, Wm., 36 ; currier and s. maker ; son of 
George ; b. in Loughboro, Eng. ; w., 608 Mar- 
garet S., 35, dau. of Ja's Coffin ; b. in Ports- 
mouth, N. H. ; ch., 609 Sarah, 6. 

Gage and Gale, see 1156, 1691, and 734. 

Garland, Susan Hull (1123), was m. to Josiah 
B., but now divorced from him. 

612 Gatehell, Orren L., 25 ; boot and s. maker ; s. 
of Calvin L., of N. Anson, Me. ; w., 611 Mar- 
tha W., 24, dau. of Edward Bartlett ; born in 
Portland, Me. ; ch., 613 Wm. H., 1. 

618 George, Edwin B., 26; accountant; (formerly 

school-teacher) ; son of Sam'l (by 3d wife), of 
East Haverhill; (half-bro. to 1977); w. 628 
Susan E., 26, (Foster 590). 

619 George, Eliza H., 20 ; (631); unm. ; was at 

school here, 1851. 

621 George, John C, 28 ; son of John (622) ; b. 

and s. maker; w., 616 Caroline, dau. of Th. 
J. Rowe, 22 ; (sister to 280). 

622 George, John, 55 ; s. of Jona. (2104) ; farmer; 

w., 630 Vashti, 56, dau. of Stephen Corliss 
of W. Haverhill ; ch., Wm., d. y. ; John C. 
(621) ; Betsey m. Phillip Stevens of Newbury ; 
Sarah B. (1707) ; Mary A. (624) ; 629 Tho's 
C, 20; 632 "Wm. T., 18: 617 Deborah, 16; 
and 614 Andrew J., 13. 

623 George, Levi B., 45 ; bro. to John (622) ; s. 

maker; w., 620 Johanna W., 49, daughter 
of Tho's Carter of Leominster ; ch., 626 Moul- 
ton C, 19; and 615 Ann Rebecca, 15. 

624 George, Mary A., 22; unm.; r. with (622) 

her lather. 

625 George, Mary J. F., 21 ; sister to (619) ; also 

went to school here. 1850. 

627 George, Sam'l B., 22 ; s. of Sam'l (bro. to 618); 
unm. ; r. with (1609), since 1840. 

631 George, Willard K., 16 ; son of Moses, of E. 
Haverhill (and bro. to 619 and 625) ; was with 
(1681), 1854-5 ; in Boston with his uncle, F. 
P. Ladd (bro. to 1298), 1855-6; and next, 
with D. W. Currier, in Bridgeport, Conn. 
George, see also, 202, 754, 763, 1978, and 2104. 

633 Gerry, Catherine, about 20; in the mill, 

1855-6. 

634 Gibbons, John F., about 18 ; Irish ; with 

(2233), a short time. 

635 Giles, Geo., 24, s. of Richard, of Tilmanstone, 

Co. of Kent, England ; s. maker ; here 1852-3 ; 
went to W. Newbury, and married Minerva 
L. Short. 

630 Gile, Andrew J., 27 ; unm. ; s. maker ; r. with 

his mother (339). 
639 Gile, Judith, 51 ; wid. of Rev. Tho's W. Gile, 

who d. in Lunenburg, 1847, and sis. to (201 7) ; 



ch., one, d. y. ; Tho's W. (640) ; Andrew J. 
(636) ; Wilber F. (641) ; 638 Judith M., 15, 
a school teacher ; and 637 John S., 13. 

640 Gile, Tho's W., 29 ; school teacher ; unm. ; 

home with (639). 

641 Gile, Wilbur F., 23 ; s. of (639) ; a teacher in 

Lawrence, 1855-6. 

642 Gilman, Adoniram J., 17; s. of Frederick; 

was from Haverhill, with (1902), 1850-5. 
Gilman, see also, 23. 

643 Gleason, Ann E., 19; dau. of Patrick ; was 

from Canada, with (347) in 1851. 

645 Goodale, Lenna A., 20 ; dau. of Sam'l, of 
Boxford, and her sister, 644 Almira M., 16 ; 
were here, awhile, in 1855. 

Goodrich, see 1511, and 1978. 

647 Goodwin, Eleazer P., 29 ; mason ; s. of Amos, 
of Newburyport ; w., 648 Mary T., 28, dau. 
of Amos Follansbee, of N. ; ch., 649 Wm. C, 
7 ; and 646 Ch's L., born 1855. 
Goodwin, see also, 1354, and 2350. 

650 Gordon, Charles F., 21 ; s. of Ch's R. ; from 

Lowell ; was with (2086) ; is nephew of (953). 

Gorton, see 734. 

651 Goss, Allen H., 45 ; dealer in horses, and has 

a livery stable in Haverhill ; s. of Wm. ; b. in 
Pelham, N. H, (his mother was sister to w. of 
1680) ; came here in 1824 ; m. 654 Sophro- 
nia Parker, 44 (1676) ; ch., Hellen P. (652) ; 
and 653 Laura A., 16. 

652 Goss, Hellen P., 19, unm. dau. of A. H. (651). 
Goss, see also, 832, 853, 883. Gould, see 198. 

655 Gove, Hudson C, 20; printer; s. of Jonathan, 

of Readfield, Me. ; came to board with (1861) 
in 1855. 

Gowin, and Grace, see 2104, 1172, and 1354. 

656 Gragg, Geo. W. ; son of Wm. F., of Boston ; 

came to r. with his aunt (2334) ; he married in 
May, 1856, Elizabeth Cole of Medford, and 
went to Bradford. 

Grant, see 119 and 1829. 

657 Greely, Bridget ; an Irish girl, who r. with 

(2171), 1852. 

658 Greely, Erastus P., r. with (602), 1853-4. 

659 Greenleaf, Lucretia K., 34 ; taught school 

here, 1851 ; dau. of Wm., of W. Haverhill, 
(and cousin to 1610) ; m., soon after she left, to 
David S. Dickinson, of Winchester, N. H. ; but 
now r. in Haverhill. 

660 Greenough, Abigail, 64 ; dau. of (672) ; 

unm. ; r. in the old mansion, with her sister 
Abbott. 

661 Greenough, Bailey, 75; tobacconist; son of 

Sam'l ; w., 662 Betsey, 70, dau. of Stephen 
Parker, (sis. of 1608, and of the mother of 
1014) ; ch., Betsey, d. y. ; Maria (1455) ; Eben. 
(663) ; Tho's (670) ; Betsey (410) ; Mary A. 
(1293) ; Lucy M., and Clarissa B., d. unm. ; 
Caroline S., Edward, and Ch's, d. y. 
663 Greenough, Eben., 43 ; s. of 661 ; trader (in 
Maiden) ; m. 1st, Judith L., dau. of (1071), 
whod. 1844, by whom had 2 ch. that d. y. ; m. 2d, 
668 Mary J., 34, dau. of Henry Abbot of 
Andover ; ch., 664 Edward A., 5 ; and 671 
Walter P, born 1855. 




Mr. Gile is a descendant of Samuel Gile, who came from England to Newbury in 
1635, and married Judith Davis, settled in Haverhill, and had G ch. ; one of them was 
Ephraim, b. 1651, who married Martha Bradley, by whom had 9 ch. ; the 7th of them was 
Samuel, b. 1702, who m. Sarah Emerson; and the 5th of their 11 eh. was Samuel, born 
1736, that m. Phebe Kezer of W. Haverhill, by whom had, among 8 ch., David, b. 1776, 
who with his wife Mary, dau. of Thomas and Alice (Bailey) Wood, reside in Plaistow ; and 
the first of their 6 ch. was the Rev. Thomas W. Gile, whose family may be seen on page 18. 
Mr. Gile, when 17 years old, commenced teaching at Bradford, where he taught the school 
in District No. 3, winter of 1849-50. Since that has taught in West Newbury, West 
Amesbury, and North Danvers, where he had the Grammar School five terms, commencing 
in April, 1851 ; next went to the Rocks Grammar School in South Danvers, and from 
that was called to the English High School at Rowley. In March, 1853, was invited to the 
Swampscott High Grammar School, where he was over two years ; then taught the Bel- 
mont School in West Cambridge until elected, in February, 1856, Principal of the South 
Grammar School in Lawrence. 



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666 Greenough, Hannah, 67 ; unm. ; dau. of 

James (and half-sister to 1465) ; went to Brad- 
ford, 1851. 

667 Greenough, Hannah, 87 ; wid. of Samuel 

(bro. to 661), and dau. of Stephen and Betty 
(Hopkinson) Burbank ; (sister of 245) ; ch., 
Betsey, m. (1337) ; and Sophia (1358) ; she 
r. in the house of her ancestors, and with ch., 
g. ch., and g. g. ch. ; and is a g. g. g. aunt to 
(2111). 

669 Greenough, Priscilla, w. of (672), d. 1851, 

aged 70 ; was dau. of Wm. Savary ; m. 1st, 
Retier Parker, but had no children. 

670 Greenough, Thomas, 42; trader; s. of 

(661) ; w., 665 Ellen M., 42, dau. of Thomas 
Savary (2027). 

672 Greenough, Wm., who d. in 1851, aged 88, a 

month before his 2d wife (669) d. ; was a trader; 
s. of William, (and cousin to 661) ; m. 1st 
Abigail, dau. of Bradstreet Parker, (sister to 
1609), by whom had Tamyson, m. Phineas 
Parker (her 2d cousin) ; Rebecca, m. Thomas 
Morse; Jere. d., aged 17; Abigail (660) 
Sarah P., m. Sam'l Colby ; Wm. H. ; Walter 
Myra (1) ; Elizabeth P., m. Tim. Souther 
Bradstreet, d. unm., aged 30 ; Catherine, m 
(her 2d cousin), James Greenough ; and Jere- 
miah. 
Greenough, see also, 1465. 

673 Green, Moses, a carpenter, from Haverhill; 

here in 1854. 

6 75 Griffin, Ch's ; unm. ; son of Edw'd, of Brad- 
ford, where he went in 1851. 

677 Griffin, Ellen; was an Irish girl, with (2042) 
in 1854 ; also, her sister, 686 Mary, was with 
(1564) awhile, in 1853. 

679 Griffin, Geo. ; son of Geo., of Boston ; was at 

school here, in 1851-2. 

680 Griffin, Henry D., 33 ; shoe-maker; s. of Geo. 

(682) ; m. 687 Sabrina K., 25, daughter of 
John Carr, from Limerick, Me., (sister to 270 
and 271) ; ch., 676 Ellen P., 4 ; and 674 
Anne E.,3. 
682 Griffin, Judith, 67 ; is widow of Geo. Griffin 
from Tewksbury, and dau. of N. L. Chase of 
W. Newbury (1145) ; ch., Harriet, m. Nath'l 
T. Kimball ; Geo. H. ; Ann M., m. S. Augustus 
Kimball, and (1263) is one of her 6 ch. ; Mary 
J. m. F. W. Brown (her cousin) ; Henry D. 
(680) ; and Walter. 

684 Griffin, Mark, Jr., 46 ; s. maker and trader; 

from Newburyport (685) ; m. 1st Eliza A., wid. 

of Young, dau. of Moses Tappan, by 

whom had Mark H. and Eliza A., twins; 681 
Joseph T., 19, and 690 Stewart C, 16 ; and 
m. 2d 689 Sarah D., 32, sister to John W. 
Libby (1330), by whom has had 678 Prances 
M., b. and d. 1853 ; and 683 Lizzie L., 1. 

685 Griffin, Mark R., 79 ; son of Jona., of Glou- 

cester ; m. Sarah E. Kamsdell of Marblehead, 
and r. Newburyport until he came to this place 
with his s. (684), in 1853 : ch., Mary P., m. H. 
Lane, and J. A. Somerby ; Joseph D., d. y. ; 
Mark (684) ; Wm. R. ; and Sarah R., d. y. 
688 Griffin, Sam'l O., about 25 ; taught school in 
S. Groveland winters of 1849-50 -uid 1850-1 ; 
was from Epsom, N. H. ; now a physician. 
Griffin, see also, 987 and 2041. 

691 Griffith, Ann, 18 ; dau. of (698), unm. ; r. at 

home. 
693 Griffith, Nath'l H, 41 ; b.manf. ; son of Wm. 



(699) ; m. 697 Sophia, 38, dau. of Aaron 
Rogers (1974), and has 1 ch. (696). 
696 Griffith, Sophia Jane, 19; dau. of Nathaniel 
H. ; school teacher ; unm. ; at home (693). 

698 Griffith,Wm. Jr., 43 ; son of (699) ; s. maker ; 

m. 695 Sarah M., 41, dau. of Obadiah Hills, 
Jr. ; ch., Ann (691) ; and 692 Prank 12. 

699 Griffith, Wm., 66 ; carpenter; son of Wm., of 

Newburyport ; came up here, and m. 694 
Ruth, dau. of Moses Saunders, twin-sister to 
(2416); ch., Wm. (698); Nath'l H. (693); Eliza- 
beth P., now Lucy (1115) ; Martha E. (2026) ; 
James; Khoda B. (1733) ; Ruth, d. y. ; Sarah 
J. (1072) ; and Ann, d. y. 

700 Griswold, Abby, 701 Albert P., 702 Ann 

E., and 703 Maria, ch. of Albert Griswold, 
were with (1027), 1854. 

704 Hadley Harriet, here awhile, about 1854; was 

from Amesbury. 
Hadley, see also, 2379. 

705 Hagget, Hannah ; unm. dau. of Benj. ; went 

to Bradford and died, 1852, aged 60 or 70. 

706 Hale, Albert D., 20 ; brother to Sam'l D. ; son 

of Joseph W. (711). 

707 Hale, John W., 22 ; son of Eben., of Bath, 

Me.; was with (1621) 1850-1, and went 
to Georgetown. 

708 Hale, Mary E., 27 ; sister to J. W., above ; 

here awhile in 1851, before she m. George 
Cunningham, and went to Georgetown. 

709 Hale, Mary E., about 24 ; from Kensington, 

N. H. ; was in the mill, 1853-4. 
711 Hale, Sam'l D., 25 ; shoe-maker; bro. to (706) ; 
from Lower Granville, N. S. ; m. 1st. 710 Ma- 
ry P. Fowler (603), who died Aug., 1854, aged 
24 ; and their son, 712 Sam'l L., "died the next 
Dec. ; he m. 2d, 713 Sarah A., 22, dau. of 
Ja's Dunning of Newburyport. 
Hale, see also, 1 354, and 1608. 

717 Hall, James T., carpenter ; worked for (2169 
and 2172), 1854-5, and returned to Hampstead, 
N. H. 

719 Hall, Lydia, widow of Elijah, of Chester, N. 

H, and dau. of Benj. Smith, of C. ; has been 
here, with (723) ; ch., Jesse ; Hendrick ; Lois 
S. (1970) ; Anna, m. Moses G. Underhill ; 
Tho's M. (723) ; Ephraim; and Charlotte, m. 
David Seavey. 

720 Hall, Mary, a young Irish widow, was with 

(1681), summer of 1850. 

723 Hall Thomas M., 38 ; son of Elijah (719) ; 

came here in Sept., 1855 ; w., 714 Catherine 
(Sanchris), from Roxbury, was a wid. of his 
bro. Hendrick, by whom she had 2 ch., Sarah 
C. and Hendrick. Their ch. are 718 Jesse ; 
722 Thomas J.; 715 Elizabeth A.; 716 
Fanny ; and 721 Richard. 

724 Hanegan, Hannah, and her sister 725 Hono- 

ra, Irish girls, were in the mill, in 1853 ; from 
Amesbury. 

726 Hanscom, Moses W., 23 ; carpenter ; son of 

Jonathan, of South Berwick, Me. ; came to 
work for (173) in 1855. 

727 Hanson, Eliza, a widow : with a dau., 728 

Elizabeth, and son, 728& James ; were in 
the mill awhile. 

Harding, see 1465. 



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729 Hardy, Aaron A., 21 ; shoe-mak. ; s. of Daniel ; 

untn. ; r. with his mother (754).) 

730 Hardy, Aaron W., 26 ; s. maker ; s. of Sewall 

(7 74) ; r. with (SI 2). 

734 Hardy, Abner, 51; carpenter; s. of Sylva- 
nus (852) ; w., 844 Mary A., 47 ; dau. of 
Tho's Gale, from Gloucester ; ch., 879 Sarah 
A., 23, m. Nath'l Gorton, a native of Essex ; 
788 George, 20, school teacher ; Charlotte D., 
d. y. ; and 765 Charlotte D., 15, and 800 
Harriet R., 13. 

736 Hardy, Albert S., 39 ; s. maker ; s. of David 

(770) ; 1st w. was his 2d cousin, Sally G. 
Brocklebank, who d. 1842 ; and 2d w. is 880 
Sarah B., 38, dau. of Jacob Dow of Deerfield, 
N. H. ; ch., 778 Emeline G., 16 ; and 865 
Olive A., 9. 

742 Hardy, Asa F., 31 ; unm. ; s. maker ; son of 
John B. (812). 

715 Hardy, Benj., who died in Georgetown, a 
month after he left town, in 1850, aged 77 ; 
was s. of David ; his wid. is 797 Hannah, 83, 
dau. of John Brocklebank ; occasionally here 
with her children, which have been David 
(770); John B., (812) ; Stephen and Joanna 
d. y. ; Sam'l B. (875) ; Eliza (1485); Eben.J. 

(771) ; Gilbert P. (789) ; and Sarah F., m. 
Darius Hull (1125). 

746 Hardy, Benj., 70; s.of Henry; w., 856 Mary, 
72, dau. of Tho's Waters, of Exeter ; no ch. 

748 Hardy, Calvin, 44 ; s. maker ; s. of Joshua ; 

with his sister (854) ; on the place of his 
father, unm. 

749 Hardy, Caroline E., 18; dau. of Sewall; r. 

with her mother (774). 

754 Hardy, Catherine S., 49 ; dau. of Jonathan 

George (622) ; m. Daniel Hardy (bro. to 763), 
who d. 1848; eh., Ch's S. (762); Aaron A. 
(729); 787 Geo. W., 19; 753 Catherine 
N., 17 ; 793 Hannah A., 12 ; 744 Benj. L., 
10; and 732 Abby S., 8. 

755 Hardy, Catherine, 40 ; school teacher ; unm. ; 

with her mother (867). 
757 Hardy, Chandler B. ; s.of John B. (812); 
w., 747 Betsey C, dau. of Tho's Johnston 
(1194) ; ch., 859 Mima J., 7 ; 780 Emily A., 
3 ; and 811 John B., born 1855. 

762 Hardy, Charles S., 24 ; s. maker ; s. of Daniel 

(754); m. 756 Catherine, 18, dau. of Wm. 
Mitchell (1415) ; ch., 805 Ida M., born 1855. 

763 Hardy, Ch's, 53 ; carpenter ; s. of Sam'l ; w., 

733 Abigail (George 2104), 59; ch., 829 
Lucy A. (42) ; Elizabeth S. (775) ; and 
761 Charles N., 16. 

770 Hardy, David, 60 ; farmer; s. of Benj. (745) ; 

Hannah, his w., died in 1849 ; ch., Albert S. 
(736), in whose family he lives; and Mary 
(857). 

771 Hardy, Ebenezer J., 46; s. maker; son of 

Benj. (745) ; w., 798 Hannah, 41 (Pecker 
1746); ch., 801 Harrison, 20; 759 Ch's P., 
and 803 Helen, twins, 17 ; 731 Abby B., 15; 
890 W. Barker L., 13 ; 795 Hannah E., 6 ; 
and 738 Almira S., 2. 

772 Hardy, Elizabeth A., 85 ; unm.; daughter of 

Phineas (869) ; at home. 
774 Hardy, Elizabeth D., 47; wid. 
and dan. of Benj. Ilinkson (987) : 
(J. (380) ; Aaron W. (730) ; 
(885) ; .John H. (815); Catherine II", (817); 
830 Lucy H., who a. 1852, aged 18; Lydia 
P. (831) ; Caroline E. (749) ; 892 Wm. H. 



of Sewall, 

ch., Louisa 

Stephen S. 



H., 17; 836 ManselC., 14; 796 Hannah 
T., 12 ; and 845 Mary E., 10. 

775 Hardy, Elizabeth S., 18 ; daughter of Ch's 
(763) ; r. at home. 

779 Hardy, Emeline K., 19; dau. of John; r. 
at home. 

782 Hardy, Emily T., 21 ; dau. of Luther ; unm. ; 
at home. 

784 Hardy, Ezra, 40 ; shoe-maker ; son of Jacob 
(807) ; m. his cousin, 840 Martha D. P., 40, 
dau. of Nath'l K. Hardy ; r. in the old mansion ; 
ch., 863 Nath'l K., 4. 

786 Hardy, Geo. B., 26 ; carpenter ; worked for 
(542) 1851 ; bro. to (1678) ; went to George- 
town, and m. Mary, widow of and dau. of 

Joshua How of that place. 

789 Hardy, Gilbert P., twin-bro. to (771) ; shoe- 
mak. ; by w.,Mary A. (Knap), had 792 Gran- 
ville, 19 ; his 2d w. is 773 Elizabeth B., 37, 
dau. of John Hills of Byfield, who m. 1st Jere. 
Hull (1122) ; by whom had Ch's II., d. young; 
Mary, adopted by John Stocker (852) ; and 
Elizabeth A., 15 (1121). 

794 Hardy, Hannah C, dau. of Reuben ; d. unm., 
1852, aged 64, at the house of Wm. Balch (99) ; 
kept his house for some years. 

799 Hardy, Harriet N., 37 ; dau. of Phineas (869) ; 
unm. ; school teacher. 

802 Hardy, Hayden E., 21; s. maker; r. with 
Tyler (889), his father. 

804 Hardy, Henry T., 23 ; s. maker ; another unm. ; 
son of (889) ; at home. 

806 Hardy, Ira, 49 ; s. maker and farmer; son of 

Jacob (807); m. 783 Eunice, 39, dau. of O. 
Langley, (sister to 1314) ; ch., 826 Loversia 
L., 8 ; 739 Ann E., 5 ; and 823 Lawrence. 

807 Hardy, Jacob, Sen., son of Joseph, died 1850, 

aged 81 ; his w., (a dau. of his 3d cousin), was 
Hannah, dau. of Joshua (sister to 869) ; eh., 
Priscilla (870) : Hannah (1699) ; Jacob (808) ; 
Susanna (276) ; Hepsebeth, died young; Seth; 
Ira (806) ; and Ezra (784). 

808 Hardy, Jacob, 58 ; s. of Jacob (807) ; s. mak. ; 

m. Louisa Kimball (sister to 740) ; by whom 
had 4 ch., Jacob K. ; Caroline, m. A. M. Mon- 
teith (1075), and d. ; then hem. Louisa, his 
next child ; and Hannah ; his family have left 
him to go with the Mormons ; and he came to 
live with his bro. Ezra, in 1852. 

812 Hardy, John B., 58 ; s. of Benj. (745) ; butcher 

and farmer; m. his cousin, 822 Lavinia Harri- 
man, 55 (929) ; ch., John H. (813) ; Chandler 
B. (757; Hannah L.,d.y.; Elizabeth L. (1519) ; 
Asa F. (742) ; Jona. B. (817) ; Enoch, d. y. ; 
Mary H. (848) ; Lavinia, d. y. ; Lucinda II. 
(828) ; Tho's J., d. y. ; 785 George B., 18 ; 
and Jacob J., d. y. 

813 Hardy, John H, 30 ; s. of John B., (812) ; s. 

maker ; also, does express business, with this 
place and Haverhill ; m. 764 Charlotte A. 
Thompson, 30 (2255) ; ch., 818 Josephine R., 
4, and 809 Jefferson W., born 1855. 

815 Hardy, John H., 23 ; s. of Sewall (774) ; s. 

maker; w., 849 Mary J., 24 (Jones 1204) ; 
ch., 893 Wm. S., d.y. 

816 Hardy, John, 55 ; son of John (and cousin to 

763) ; stone mason ; m. 842 Martha, 52, dau. 
of Benj. Burbank, Sen. (bro. to 245) ; children, 
Emeline K, d. y. ; Ann M., m. Joel R. Morse ; 
Laura M. (2016) ; Geo. E. ; Martha J. (843); 
758 Ch's E., d. in 1852, aged 19 ; Emeline K. 
(779) ; and 814 John H, 18. 



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817 Hardy, Jona. B., 29 ; s. of John B. (812); 
butcher; in. his 3d cousin, 752 Catherine H., 
22, dau. of Sewall (774) ; no children yet. 

820 Hardy, Josiah G., 42 ; s. maker ; s. of Sylva- 

nus (852) ; went to the West, with his family, 
in 1850 ; w., 881 Sarah C, 40 (Parker 
1699) ; ch., Henry, d. y.; 831 Lucy, about 
16 ; 891 Warren; 760 Ch's H; 858 Mil- 
ton H. ; 884 Sarah; 819 Joseph H, and 
888 Sylvanus, died young. 

821 Hardy, Laura A., 18"; dau. of Tyler (889) ; 

unra ; at home. 

824 Hardy, Lois, 63 ; wid. of Jere., who d. in 1849 ; 
and dau. of Benj. Perley ; r. with her niece, 
whom she adopted as her child, (1291). 

828 Hardy, Lucinda H., 18 ; daughter of John B. 
(812) ; r. at home. 

832 Hardy, Luther, 57 ; s. maker; son of Joshua 
(853) ; m. his half-cousin, 872, Rebecca S., 
49, dau. of John Goss ; (and she is cousin to 
651) ; ch., Mary E. (846) ; Fred. L. and Re- 
becca A., d. y. ; Margaret E., (838) ; Emily T. 
(782) ; 886 Sumner G., 20 ; 827 Lueelia 
A., 17 ; Herman S., d. y. ; and Eveline V., 15, 
r. at Newburyport. 

834 Hardy, Lydia P., 20 ; daughter of Sewall 

(774) ; r. with her mother. 

835 Hardy, Manly, 57 ; carpenter ; s. of Dudley ; 

b. in Dunbarton ; came back to the place of 
his ancestors, and m. 873 Rebecca, 48, dau. 
of Sylvanus (852), his 4th cousin ; ch., Sylva- 
nus W. (887) ; Mary L. (340) ; Rebecca A. 
(871) ; Daniel W., Daniel W., and Oliver D., 
all three died young; 777 Ellen S., 11 ; 810 
Jeremiah M., 8, and 767 Clara A., 4. 

837 Hardy, Mansel, who d. 1852, aged 57, was son 

of Simon (bro. to 878) ; and bro. to Sewall 
(774) ; m. 841 Martha L , 59, dau. of Isaac 
Foster of W. Newbury ; since he died she has 
gone to Salt Lake, with the Mormons ; children, 
Martha (509) ; and Mary A., died young. 

838 Hardy, Margaret E., 22; unmarried, dau. of 

Luther ; r. with her uncle (748.) 
843 Hardy, Martha J., 23 ; dau. of John (816) ; 

unni. 
846 Hardy, Mary E., 26 ; unm. ; r. at home, with 

(832), her father. 
848 Hardy, Mary H., 25, and her dau., 851 Mary 

L., 4 ; r. with her father (812). 
850 Hardy, Mary J., 31 ; unm., dau. of Nathan 

(bro. to 763) ; milliner; went to Georgetown, 

with her sister Wood (2409), in 1852. 

852 Hardy, Mary, 82 ; wid. of Sylvanus (brother 

to Parker 883) ; is dau. of Sam'l Boynton 
(and aunt to John Boynton, the popular lec- 
turer) ; ch., Sophia (569) ; Lois d , unm., aged 
19 ; Abner (734) ; Rebecca (835) ; Sam'l B. ; 
Josiah G. (820) ; Mary R. married J. Stocker 
(789) ; and William S. (894). 

853 Hardy, Mary, widow of Joshua, Jr., (869), 

who died 1852, aged 75 ; was dau. of Richard 
Goss; ch., Fred., d. y. ; Luther (832) ; Allen 
d. y. ; Mary (854) ; Tyler (889) ; Fred., died, 
aged 20; Harriet, d. y. ; Calvin (748); and 
Allen, died without issue. 

854 Hardy, Mary, 53 ; unm. dau. of Joshua (853) ; 

r. with her brother Calvin. 

861 Hardy, Moses S., 37; s. maker; s. of Silas 
(bro. to 746) ; m. 857 Mary, 29, dau. of Da- 
vid (770) ; by whom has 769 David S., 14 ; 
882 Sarah S., 13 ; and 781 Emily M., 11. 

866 Hardy, Olive E. 36 ; school teacher ; daughter 
of Phineas (869) ; unm. 



867 Hardy, Olive, 76; dau. of Enoch Parker; 

widow of Phineas (869). 

868 Hardy, P. Braman, 42; s. maker; son of 

Phineas ; m. 740 Ann M., 42, dau. of Joseph 
Kimball of W. Newbury (808) ; ch., 768 
Cornelia M., 13 ; 864 Octavia R., d. 1851, 
aged 6 ; 766 Clarence C, 6; and 741 Ari- 
anna, 4. 

869 Hardy, Phineas ; son of Joshua, Sen., died 

suddenly, in 1854, aged 68 ; ch., by w., Olive 
(867), are Newman B., 44 ; Phineas B., (868) ; 
Rufus C. (874) ; Catherine (755) ; Harriet 
N. (799) ; Olive E. (866) ; and Elizabeth A. 
(772). 

870 Hardy, Priscilla, 62; unm. ; dau. of Jacob 

(807) ; r. with brother Ezra. 

871 Hardy, Rebecca A., 23 ; unm. ; daughter of 

Manly (835) ; r. at home. 

874 Hardy, Rufus C, 41 ; grad. of Dart. College ; 

is a school teacher ; unm.; s. of Phineas (869). 

875 Hardy, Samuel B.. 51 ; son of Benjamin 

(745) ; a shoe-maker ; went to Utah with the 
other Mormons, in 1850; m. 751 Caroline, 
49, dau. of Jacob Rogers of Waterville, Me. 
(and sis. to mother of 1842) ; ch., Adeline, d. 
y. ; 743 Augustus P., 24 ; 847 Mary P., 
21 ; 876 Samuel P., 19 ; 776 Eliza W., 16 ; 
825 Lorine P., 11 ; 750 Caroline M., died 
on the Plain, 1850 ; and, since they left, a dau., 
Inezette, born 1852. 

878 Hardy, Samuel, s. of Stephen (837) ; worked 
for (1609), awhile, in 1854 ; he had 2 ch. by a 
2d wife, Sarah (Washburn), — Eunice ; and 
877 Samuel T., who worked for (128), 1853. 

883 Hardy, Sarah, widow of Parker (852) s. of Ab- 
ner Hardy ; d. in 1853, aged about 95 years ; 

she was dau. of Lurvey, of Gloucester ; 

her ch. were, Betsey, d. y. ; Jere. (824) ; Susan 
(1131) ; and Phebe, m. John E. Goss. 

885 Hardy, Stephen S., 25 ; unm. ; far. ; son of 
Sewall (774) ; with (905). 

887 Hardy, Sylvanus W., 26 ; unm. ; s. of Manly 
(835); s. maker ; with (319). 

889 Hardy, Tyler, 51 ; s. maker and far., on the 
old farm of his f. (853) ; w., 855 Mary, 46, 
dau. of Nathan Parker (16 76) ; ch., Henry T. 
(804) ; Hayden E. (802) ; Laura A. (821) ; 
737 Allen, 15 ; 725 Albert L., i3 ; 839 Ma- 
ria A., 11 ; Walter B., and Arthur S., both d.y., 
1848 ; and 860 Morris S., 7. 

894 Hardy, Wm. S., 35 ; s. maker and far.; r. with 

his mother (852) ; w., 862 is Nancy, 45, dau. 
of Ja's Webster of Salem, N. H. ; by whom 
had 3 ch., who all d. y., viz.: 791 Gilman ; 
833 Lydia A., and 790 Gilbert. 
Hardy, see also, 42, 784, 929, 980, 1503, 1511, 
1950, and 2409. 

895 Harney, Michael, an Irishman, about 25 ; 

worked for (1626), summer of 1854, and re- 
turned to Bradford. 

Harper, see 1798. 

898 Harriman, Betsey, 71 ; unm. ; dau. of Moses; 
r. with (901), her nephew. 

901 Harriman, Charles, 44 ; far.; s. of Sam'l (922) ; 
m. 925 Rebecca C, 35, dau. of his cousin, 
Moses Palmer (1581) ; ch., 926 Samuel R., 
16 ; .909 Charles M., 15 ; 916 Martha S., 
13 ; 907 George M., 10 ; 930 Thos. P., 8 ; 
919 Mary J., 6; 913 John, 920 Mehita- 
ble C, and 932 Wm., all three d. y. ; 897 
Ann R., 2 ; 911 John G., born 1855. 



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903 Harriman, Elizabeth G., 19; school teacher; 

unm. ; dan. of Sam'l (927). 
905 Harriman, Enoch, 52 ; farmer and b. maker ; 

s. of Enoch (929), and 3d cousin to (901) ; w., 

918 Mary A., 46, dau. of Henry Milliard, of 

Georgetown ; ch., 909 Hannah S., 17 ; and 

S96 Abel S., 12. 
908 Harriman, Geo., 49 ; s. maker and far. ; s. of 

Enoch (929) ; w., 904 Eliza, 43, dau. of Benj. 

Peabody of Norway, Me. (1739) ; ch., Maria 

P. (915); 899 Caroline F., 12; and 906 

Geo. P., died young. 
912 Harriman, John K., 22 ; farmer ; unm. ; s. of 

John (914). 

914 Harriman, John, 60 ; s. of Enoch (929) ; a 

far. ; m. 902 Cordelia, 50, daughter of Silas 
Farmer of Tewksbury ; ch., John K. (912), 
and Mary A. C. (917). 

915 Harriman, Maria P., 18 ; r. with her f. (908). 
917 Harriman, Mary A. C, 19 ; unm.; r. with 

(914) her father. 

921 Harriman, Mehitable, 50 ; dau. of Nath'l 

(2418); her ch. are, Vilara O. (931); and 
Mary E. (1105). 

922 Harriman, Mehitable, 81 ; widow of Sam'l ; 

and dau. of Jona. Chaplin, of Georgetown ; 
ch., Sam'l, died young; and Ch's (901), with 
whom she continues on the farm. 

924 Harriman, Moses, Jr., 48 ; unm. ; brother to 
Sam'l (927 and 1580). 

927 Harriman, Sam'l, 50 ; far.; s. of Moses; also, 
g. s. of Moses, and cousin to (901) ; m. 928 
Sally Hilliard, 42, a sister to the wife of his 
3d cousin, Enoch (905) ; ch., Elizabeth G. 
(903) ; 923 Moses H, 14 ; and 910 Hiram 
P., 9. 

929 Harriman, Sarah, 81 ; dau. of John Brockle- 
bank, and sister to (797) ; is the wid. of Enoch 
s. of Enoch ; 13 ch., all alive, and married, viz. : 
John (914) ; Sarah (382) ; Phebe, m. N. Har- 
dy and A.Haywood (850); Lavinia (812); 
Lucinda, twin to Lavinia, m. Jacob Jewett ; 
Enoch (905) ; Henry and Hiram, twins ; Geo. 
(908) ; Mary, m. J. Killum ; Jona. K. ; Wm. 
II. II. (m. Olive, sister to w. of 908) ; and Eliza 
P. (1958), with whom she lives. 

931 Harriman, Vilara O., 30 ; unm. ; r. with her 
aunt Hoyt (1106). 
Harriman, see also, 1106, 1580, and 2418. 

933 Harrington, Edw'd, 32 ; unm. ; is in R. H. 

Page's manufactory. 

Harrison, see 144. 

934 Hastings, Panny E., about 22 ; dau. of 

Michael and Margaret, of Milltown-Malbay, Co. 
of Clare, Ireland ; came to America 1854, and 
to live with (1C81) in 1855. 

Hawley, and Hawthorne, see 370 ; and 1323. 

935 Hayden, Ch's H, 27 ; b. maker ; s. of Stephen, 

of Randolph ; has boarded witli (194) since 
1853. His brother, 937 Geo. B., 30. and 939 
M. Henry, 28, were here in 1853, and re- 
turned to the Old Colony. 

936 Hayden, Dorothy S., 59; here 1850-1 and 2; 

was dau. of Joseph Wheeler of Worcester ; m., 
1st, Nath'l Doyen, who died 1832; ch., by him, 
John II ; Sarah P., in. J. B. Crowell ; Eliza 
M., m. J. Annis ; Rebecca A., d. y. ; and Re- 
becca A., 23, m. J. Lamb of Worcester (1305) ; 
and m., 2d, Elisba Hayden of .Jay, Me. ; ch., 
by him, Sam'l W.j and 938 Lucy "W., 19. 



940 Hayes, Catherine, and 941 Hannah, her sis- 
ter, were Irish girls, in the mill. 

942 Hayes, Mary, about 30; from Ireland; was 

with (2042), 1854. 

943 Haynes, Alfred, about 22 ; s. of Sam'l ; was 

from Newburyport ; with (2086), 1851. 
Haynes, and Haywood, see also, 2373; and 
929. 

944 Hearl, Clarissa, who died at Byfield, in 1851, 

aged about 55 ; was wid. of Jacob ; had 1 ch., 
Moses C. 
957 Hearl, Moses C, 20 ; s. of Jacob, above ; s. 
maker; m. 946 Mary A., 19; dau. of T. 
Johnston (1194) ; and has dau., 945 Hellen 
M., 1. 

948 Henlock, Joseph, about 28 ; was from Eng. ; 
r. here awhile. 

Henry, and High, see 1084 ; and 1828. 

950 Higley, Coy, 40 ; s. of John of Simmsbury, 
Conn.; came herein 1854; w., 953 Sarah, 
38, dau. of Enos Kendrick of Amesbury ; ch., 
951 Gilman S., 18 ; and an adopted dau., 952 
Mary A., 6, dau. of Woodman C. Kendrick, 
and g. dau. of Stephen, bro. of Mrs. Higley. 

Hilliard, see 905 and 927. 

957 Hills, Charles K, see Jewett. 

958 Hills, Edw'd, Jr., 45 ; s. of Edw'd, of West 

Newbury; here 1840-53, and returned ; shoe- 
maker and far. ; w., 970 Mary C, 42, dau. of 
Sam'l Ordway of W. N. ; ch., 955 Catherine 
A., 16. 
961 Hills, Geo. W., 31; s. maker; s. of John (789), 
of Byfield; w., 959 Emily S., 26, dau. of 
Theodore R. Jewett ; ch., 954 Byron L., 9 ; 
962 Geo. "W., 7; 960 Emma P., 5; and 
Moses M., 972, b. 1855. 

965 Hills, Henry C, about 22 ; bro. to (961) ; s. 

maker; w., 973 Rebecca, dau. of Wm. N. 
Pearson ; ch., 975 Wm. H, 5 ; 969 Julia M., 2 
(and a dau., Ida Abby, born 1856). 

966 Hills, Henry, 61 ; carpenter ; s. of Benj., of 

Chester, N. II., where his w., 964 Harriet, 54, 
dau. of Stephen Clay (bro. to 70) came from ; 
ch., Abigail C, m. Sam'l W. Jenkins (bro. to 
1159) ; Wm. II., who d. here 1852, leaving a 
wife and ch. ; Lydia A., m. Francis Whitcomb ; 
John D.; Stephen C, d. y. ; Sarah E. (1884) ; 
Stephen C, d. y. ; 956 Ch's E., 20 ; 963 
Harriet C, 17, and 96 7 Jas. O., 15. 

968 Hills, John, 33 ; shoe-maker ; bro. to Geo. W. 
(961) : was here awhile ; m.. 1st, Susan Brown ; 
and 2d, Sarah A. Morse. 

971 Hills, Mehitable, 18; dau. of Ch's, of George- 
town ; boarded with her cousin Griffith (698), 
and went to school here, in 1853. 

974 Hills, Sarah J., 22 ; daughter of Benjamin, Jr. 
(bro. to 966), of Chester, N. II. ; taught school 
here, 1851 ; after that, was in Manchester, N. H. 
Hills, see also, 698, 789, 1783, 1947, and 2292. 

980 Hinkson, Benj. G., 45 ; s. maker ; s. of Benj. 

(987); wife, 976 Abigail P., 42, dau. of S. 
Hardy (and sister to 837) ; ch., Benjamin G. 
(981); 985 Leonard H., 20; 989 Simon 
H, 18 ; 978 Alvira P., 16 ; 982 Geo. B., 13 ; 
979 Aphia W., 11; 984 Heber K., 10 ; 988 
Sam'l H, 8 ; 983 Georgianna P., 6 ; 986 
Louisa H, 4; and 977 Adelaide L., l. 

981 Hinkson, Benj. G., Jr., 22; shoe-maker; at 
home (980) ; unm. 



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987 Hinkson, Lucy, 80 ; widow of Benj., of Salis- 
bury ; r. with her ch. ; is dau. of Benj. Griffin 
of Gloucester ; her ch. have been, Lucy, mar- 
ried Henry Ball,and died; fra., (1201); 
John; Elizabeth D. (774); Benj. G., (980) ; 
and Catherine G. (1007). 

990 Hobson, Geo., s. maker; was here 3 years 
previous to 1850, when he went to S. Hampton, 
N. H. ; wife was 992 Sarah Betteys, from 
Georgetown ; ch., 991 Lydia, 5. His mother 
was with him awhile. 

995 Hodge, Cummings, was in S. S. Ord way's 
house a short time in 1853, and returned to 
Bradford ; w. was 994 Charlotte (Stephens.) 

Holden, see 1438 ; and Hollis, see 590. 

997 Hollister, James W., 21 ; s. maker; s. of 
Harry, of Barnston, L. Canada ; w., 996 Al- 
mina F., 18, dau. of S.B. Jones.(1204). 

1002 Holmes, Margaret (Thornel), was with (1728) 
in 1852, and went to Bradford ; she was a na- 
tive of Ireland, and m. Thomas Holmes, an 
Englishman, who died in Lawrence 1850. 

1007 Holmes, Wath'1,47 ; s. maker; son of Nath'l 

of Georgetown; w., 999 Catherine G., 40 
(Hinkson 987) ; ch., 1010 Wm. W., 17 
1004 Martha A., 11 ; 1003 Marietta C, 8 
998 Abby M., 5; and 1001 Lucy H. 

1008 Holmes, Sarah H., 22 ; and brother 1006 

Milton, 20 ; ch. of Sam'l (bro. to 1007) ; 
were at school here in 1851. 

1009 Holmes, Thos., son of John, of L. Derry ; 

came from Ohio to this place ; was with his 
cousin (1566) awhile, and went to Southboro', 
where his w., 1005 Mary (Parker) belonged; 
ch., 1000 John. 
Holmes, and Holt, see also, 2002 ; and 1250, 
1511, and 1680. 

1011 Honey, Mahala A., 24; daughter of Par- 

menter ; unm. ; with her sister (1640). 

1012 Hooton, Josephine, 22 ; a native of Boston ; 

here, 1855-6. 

1022 Hopkinson, Chs. B., 26 ; s. maker ; son of 

Edwin (1031); m., 1st, 1033 Elizabeth C. 
Hovey, his 7th cousin (1091), who died 1853, 
aged 19 ; by whom had 1059 Nancy J., died 
y. ; and 1020 Byron F., 3, who r. with his g. 
mother (1085); married, 2d, Mary E., 20, 
daughter of Sam'l Cammet, of Amesbury. 

1023 Hopkinson, Chs. H., 23 ; shoe-maker; unm.; 

son of Ira (1043) ; at home. 

1024 Hopkinson, Chs. W., 37 ; in Paul Page's b. 

and s. manf. ; is s. of Dan'l (1027) ; m., 1st, 
Abby Davis, who d., leaving a s., 1017 Albert 
D., that d. 1851, aged 7 ; m., 2d, 1049 Laura 
A., 34, dau. of Benj. Potter (1844) ; by whom 
has 1013 Abby C, 5. 

1027 Hopkinson, Daniel, 72 ; farmer; s. of Daniel 

(andcousinto 1045) ; w., 1069 Sarah, 62, dau. 
of Henry Poor of Newburyport; ch., Ch's W. 
(1024) ; Hannah N. (1097); Walter H. (1072) ; 
and Abigail J., who m. Albert Griswold and d. 
in 1854, leaving 2 ch ; see 702 and 701. 

1028 Hopkinson, David W., 54; s. maker; son 

of John (1045); wife, 1067 Sarah S., 50, 
dau. of Joseph Webster of W. Haverhill. 
1031 Hopkinson, Edwin, 47 ; in R. H. Page's 
manf. ; s. of Paul (1060) ; m. his 2d cousin, 
1065 Sarah H., 47, dau. of Thos. Morse (sister 
to 1445 and 1453 ; ch., Ch's B. (1022) ; Geo. E. 



(1035); Kufus(1062); 1030 Edw'd W., 17; 
1074 Wm. H., 14 ; and Mary L., d. y. 

1034 Hopkinson, Emma F., 18 ; dau. of Thomas 

M. (1070) ; r. at home. 

1035 Hopkinson, Geo. E., 24; s. maker; son of 

Edwin (1031). 

1036 Hopkinson, Geo. W., 35 ; s. maker; son of 

Uriah (1071) ; wife, who came here to teach 
school, is 1068 Sarah, 33, dau. of Joshua 
Putnam of North Reading. 

1037 Hopkinson, Hannah, 40; unm.; daughter 

of Uriah (1071) ; r. at home ; (is 3d cousin to 

1664). 
1039 Hopkinson, Harriet A., 19 ; r. with her 

parents (1075) ; (is 3d cousin to 1681). 
1043 Hopkinson, Ira, 57; farmer; (formerly 

leather manf.) ; is son of Silas son of Sam'l; 

m. 1048 Julia, 56, dau. of Dan'l Poor of 

Georgetown ; ch., Daphne, and Henry P., d. 

y.; Julia P. (1047); Silas H, and Martha, 

twins, died young; Ch's H. (1023) ; Henry, d. 

young; 1026 Daniel W.. died 1852, aged 

15; 1029 Edw'd E., 14; and 1056 Mary 

A., 12. 

1045 Hopkinson, John, 73 ; farmer; son of Na- 

thaniel ; is cousin to (1027), and 2d cousin to 
(1060), and (1071) ; m. Lydia, dau. of Fol- 
lansbee Noyes of E.Haverhill (sister to 1530), 
who died leaving one son (1028) ; and he has 
lived alone for many years. 

1046 Hopkinson, Joseph H., 24 ; s. maker; s. of 

Uriah (1071) ; m., 1st, 1040 Harriet K. 
Fowler (603), who d. 1851, aged 25; and m., 
2d, 1021 Caroline A., 23, dau. of Sam'l C. 
Tidd (2258) ; ch., 1041 Harriet K., 4 ; and 
1018 Anjenette, born 1855. 

1047 Hopkinson, Julia P., 28 ; dau. of Ira (1043) ; 

unm. ; r. at home. 

1050 Hopkinson, Leverett, 33 ; in a shoe manf., 

at Haverhill ; unm. ; home is with his f. (1060). 

1051 Hopkinson, Lowell H., 19 ; s.maker; r. with 

his g. f., Uriah (1071); w., 1055 Margaret, 
18, dau. of Tho's Metcalf ; came from Bedale, 
England, with her aunt (229), in 1850; ch., 
1042 Herbert L., born 1855. 
1057 Hopkinson, Mary P., 35; unm.; dau. of 
Paul (1060) ; now with her sister Kimball, in 
Bradford. 

1060 Hopkinson, Paul, 71 ; s. maker and farmer; 

s.of Eben.s.of Sam'l (1043); w., 1064 Sally, 
70, dau. of Tho's Morse (sister to 1464) ; ch., 
Rebecca, m. John S. M. Colby (349), who is her 
mother's 5th cousin ; Edwin (1031); Sally (82); 
Tho's M. (1070); Priscilla K., m. her cousin, 
Wm. N. Kimball ; Sophia (1646) ; Louisa R, 
m. W. N. Kimball after her sister died ; Ann 
O., m. Leonard P. Dresser ; Marv P. (1057) ; 
Leverett (1050) ; Pa'ul (1061); Charlotte M. 
(1390); and Sam'l W. 

1061 Hopkinson, Paul, Jr., 31 ; s. of Paul (1060) ; 

in a shoe manf. ; m. his 2d cousin 1015 Ade- 
line C, 29, dau. of Uriah (1071) ; ch., 1019 
Arthur F., 9 ; and 1052 Lucy M., 6. 

1062 Hopkinson, Bufus, 21; s. maker; son of 

Edwin (1031). 

1070 Hopkinson, Thos. M., 44 ; s. maker; son of 

Paul (1060) ; w., 1014 Abigail B., 43, a dau. 
of his 2d cousin, Geo. Carleton (263) ; ch., 
1058 Melvin, 20; 1054 Lyman, 19 ; Em- 
ma F. (1034); RoswelI,d. 1846, aged 6; 1073 
Wendell, 11 ; 1032 Elizabeth C., 9 ; 1044 
Isabella G., 7 ; and 1038 Herland, d. y. 

1071 Hopkinson, Uriah, 64 ; carpenter ; s. of Silas 



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(1043) ; m. 1st, Judith Latham (1981), who d., 
leaving a dau. Judith (663) ; and m., 2d, 1053 
Lucy, 63, dau. of N. L. Chase (sis. to 682) ; 
ch., Hannah (1037) ; Ann M., now wile of 
John R. Estabrook (516) ; Geo. W. (1036) ; 
Adeline C. (1061) ; and Joseph II. (1046). 
1072 Hopkinson, Walter H., 34; boot-maker; s. 
of Daniel (1027) ; m. a dau. of his 2d cousin, 
1066 Sarah J., 25, dau. of Wra. Griffith; 
ch., 1063 Ruth A., 7. 

1075 Hopkinson, Wm., 65 ; carpenter; s. of Silas 

1043; m., 1st, Maria Atwood, who d. 1821 
(sis. to 39) ; then he m. a g. ch. of his cousin, 
Benj. Burbank, Sen., (245 and 667), viz.: 
1016 Adeline, 53, dau. of Richard Morse 
(1G6-7) ; who m. for her first hus. Benj. B. 
Somes, by whom had Benj. : Sam'l M., now 
changed to Alvan M. Montieth (808) ; Moses 
B., now changed to Ch's B. (2110). His ch. 
have been Wm. L., and Hannah B., d. y. ; 
Jane K., r., unm., in Newburyport ; Wm. L., 
(1438) ; Benj. B. ; Nathaniel G. ; Moses A. ; 
George P., d. y. ; 1025 Daniel P., 20, and 
Harriet A., (1039). 
Hopkinson, see also 26, 667 and 1706. 

1076 Horner, Aphia W., 22 ; dau. of Andrew, of 

Georgetown, taught school here in 1852 ; and 
m. Doct. Howard in 1854. 

1077 Horner, Sarah E.. 26 ; unm. ; sis. to (1076) ; 

taught the same school in 1850. 

1078 Horrigan, or Harrigan, Mary, an Irish 

girl ; worked in the factory. 

1080 Hovey, Benj. K., 52 ; s. manf. ; s. of Leonard 

(1092) ; m. 1079 Abigail, 52, dau. of Moses 
Foster (588) ; no children. 

1084 Hovey, Henry L., 22 ; s. maker ; s. of Sam'l 

C. (1093) ; w., 1087 Mary, 21, dau. of Reu- 
ben Henry of Vershire, Vt. ; ch., 1094 "Wm. 
Henry, b. 1855. 

1085 Hovey, Jane, 42 ; widow of R. P. (1091) ; is 

dau. of Phineas Ayer, of W. Haverhill. 

1086 Hovey, Mary J., 40; unm. ; dau. of Leonard ; 

r. with her mother (1092). 

1091 Hovey, Rufus P. ; wheelwright; s. of Aaron; 

died in 1850, ajjed 39 ; married Jane Ayer 
(1085) ; r. in Methuen and Boxford, and came 
here in 1838 ; ch., Elizabeth C. (1022) ; 1089 
Nancy J. P., who d. 1850, aged 14 ; and 
Ann, d. y. 

1092 Hovey, Sally, 73, wid. of Leonard ; is dau. of 

Sam'l Carlcton of Boxford (and sister to 590 
and 1464); ch., Benj. K. (1080); Sam'l C. 

(1093) ; Nathan G. ; Ch's, whose s., 1082 
Ch's P., was clerk for (1566), in 1852 ; Mary 
J., (1086); and Wm. C. 

1093 Hovey, Samuel C, 50; s. maker; son of 

Leonard (1092); w., 1088 Miriam P., 52; 
daughter of Theophilus Chase of Amesbury, 
(1165) ; ch., Susan M. (1330) ; Rufus A., d. 
y.; Henry L. (1084); 1090 Rufus A., 18; 
Leonard C, d. y. ; 1083 Ellen S., 12; and 
1081 Benj. L., 4. 

1097 Howard, Hannah N., 36 ; dau. of D. Hop- 
kinson (1027); m. Ch's M. Howard, in 1840, 
who left this place in 1848. 

1100 Howard, Joseph, a native of Me.; was a s. 
maker; from Melrose, in 1853; here awhile, 
and went to Lynn ; w. was 1102 Sarah J., 
dau. of Win. Penny ; ch., 1096 Eliza J., 
about 13 ; 1099 Joseph E., and 1095 Ben- 
jamin P. 



1103 Howard, Timothy, an Irishman; r. in this 
place, a short time ; w., 1098 Jane ; and ch., 
1101 Matthew, born here 1851. 
Howard, see also 1076. 

1105 Hoy t, Horatio T., 29; s. maker; went to 
Georgetown in 1851 ; he is son of John C. 
(1106) and m. his cousin, 1108 Mary E. Har- 
riman, 27 (921). 

HOG Hoyt, John C, 54 ; s. maker ; s. of Joseph, of 
Bartlett, N. H. ; w., is 1104 Hannah P., 51, 
dau. of Nath'l Harriman (2418) ; ch., Horatio 
T. (1105) ; John F. (1107) ; and Nathaniel 
(1110). 

1107 Hoyt, John P., 27, s.mak. ; unm.; s. of John C. 

1110 Hoyt, Nathaniel H., 22 ; unm.; s. of John 

C. ; as. maker. 

1111 Hoyt Samuel, 27; with wife 1109 Mary 

(Clough) were here awhile in 1852, and went 
to E. Haverhill to live with his f., Joseph, who 
is a bro. to John C. above. 
Hoyt, see also, 393, 1680, 2225. 

1112 Hubbard, Leavitt, 20 ; s. of James M., of N. 

Andover ; came here to school in 1852-3. 

1115 Hudson, George, 43 ; trader ; (name formerly 
Thos's L. Lucy) ; bro. to (1348); w., 1118 
Lucy, 39, (formerly Elizabeth P.) dau. of 
Wm. Griffith ; ch., 1117 John W., 19, school 
teacher, member of Dart. Col.; 1116 Helen 
L, 17; 1119 Martha J., 14; 1113 Ch's T., 
12 ; Mary S., and 1114 George M., d. y. 

1121 Hull, Elizabeth A., whose f. d. in Ipswich, in 

1844, see (789). 

1122 Hull, Richard, s. of Richard, from Notting- 

ham, N. H, in 1855 ; is with his dau., Nancy ; 
m., 1st, Deborah Fernald, and had 2ch.thatd. 
y., besides David ; Henry, and Nancy (1415) ; 
m., 2d, Abigail McCoy, by whom had Richard ; 
Jere. (789) ; Cha's, d.,aged 25 ; Lucinda, died 
aged 1 7 ; and John.- 

1123 Hull, Susan, 33; r. with her sister Jaques 

(1158) ; is cousin to (1421). 

1125 Hull, Wm. H., 23 ; son of Darius, of George- 

town (a bro. to 1123 and 1157) ; also, his bro., 
1120 Ebenezer G. was here 1850. 
Hull, see also, 789, 1158, and 1415. 

Hunking, see 1530. 

1126 Huntress, Andrew J., 29 ; s. manf. ; son of 

Geo., (1131) ; w., 1136 Louisa, 31, dau. of 
Nath'l Johnson of E. Haverhill ; ch., 1125 
Allston, 6; 1227 Annette J., 4; 1130 Ed- 
ward W., 2 ; and 1137 Louisa, b. 1855. 

1131 Huntress, George, 52 ; s. maker ; s. of Seth, 

of Portsmouth, N. H. ; w. 1140 Susan, 55, 
dau. of Parker Hardy (883) ; ch., Harriet 
(1335) ; Andrew J., (1126) ; Henry B. 
(1133); two, named Geo., d. y. ; George 
(1132); 1134 John L, 19; 1135Leverett 
W., 17 ; and 1141 Wm. H, 11. 

1132 Huntress, George, Jr., 21 ; (1131) ; shoe- 

maker ; w., 1139 Sarah E., 18, dau. of John 
Fegan (532). 

1133 Huntress, Henry B., 27 ; s. maker ; son of 

Geo. (1131) ; w., 1138 Sally D., 28, dau. of 
E. Adams (7) ; ch., 1128 Arabella, 5 ; and 
1129 Clara A., 2. 

1142 Hunt, Wilmot, from Lincoln, Me.; was an 
invalid at (1861), 1854-5 ; went home to his 
father's and d. unm. 



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Huse, see 1431. 

Ingersoll, see 1298 ; and Jaekman, see 1442. 

1143 Jameson, James N., 33; s.of Nath'l (1144) ; 

s. maker; m. 1146 Sarah J. Morse, 31 (1464). 

1144 Jameson, Nathaniel, 55 ; s. maker; s. of Mo- 

ses (1145) ; w., 1147 Sarah, 53, dau. of Na- 
than Leeds of Andover, N. H., where their 
eh. were born, viz. : Lucy, d. y. ; James N. 
(1143); Martha A. (1748); and Caroline D. 
(2039). 

1145 Jameson, Ruth, 78 ; wid. of Moses, who died 

here in 1841; came from Salisbury, N. II. ; 
ch., Nath'l (1144); John; Lucy (2177); 
Lydia D. (199) ; Eliza (2177) ; Stephen, 
whose s., 1148 Stephen, was here with his 
uncle (1144), in 1851-2; Moody; Jane, m. 
Wm. Loring ; and Hezekiah. 

1149 Jaques, Benjamin, 53 ; s. maker ; s. of Noyes, 
bro. of (1156) ; w., 1152 Elizabeth, 51, dau. 
of David Marsh ; ch., Priscilla, d. y. ; Francis 
(1153) ; Eben., d. 1847, aged 20 ; and two, 
named James M.; d. y. 

1153 Jaques, Francis, 30 ; s. maker; unm. ; r. with 
his parents (1149.) 

1156 Jaques, Parker, 74 ; farmer ; s. of Benj., Jr. ; 
w., 1151 Catherine, 67, dau. of Tho's Gage, 
of Haverhill ; one ch., Thomas (1158). 

1158 Jaques, Thomas, 45; s. of Parker (1156) ; 

went to Waltham in 1855, to oversee a shoe 
manf. ; w., 1157, is Sarah, 31, dau. of Sam'l 
Hull of Northwood, N. H. (bro. to 1122) ; ch., 
1155 Horace P., 10 ; 1150 Catherine I., d. 
1852, aged 2 ; and 1154 Geo. T., 2. 
Jaques, see also, 1167, 1560, 1725, 2097, 2302. 

Jarman, see 461. 

1159 Jenkins, Alanson F., 28 ; farmer ; s. of Sam'l, 

of Bradford, m. 11 64 Mary J. Marsh (1728) ; 
went to Fort Kent, Aroostook Co., Me., in 
1853; ch., 1162 Ch's F., 7 ; 1163 Mary J., 
6; and 1161 Calvin M., 4. 

1160 Jenkins, Benjamin, s. of Wm., of Andover; 

was here, at the Academy, in 1851 and 4. 
Jenkins, see also, 966 ; and Jennings 386. 

1165 Jewett, Eben. P., 41 ; s. of Eben. ; Deputy 
Sheriff; w., 1166 Hannah, 39, dau. of T. 
Chase (sis. to 1088) ; have an adopted s., Ch's 
K., 14, (957), bro. to (961). 

1167 Jewett, Judith, 79; sister to P. Jaques (1156); 
and wid. of Eben Jewett, by whom had Sam'l, 
Eben., Abigail, and Wm., who all d. y. ; and 
Eben. P. (1165), with whom she resides. 

1169 Jewett, William B., s. of Sam'l Jewett, Jr., 
of Byfield ; worked for his uncle, John Page 
(1560) 1854-5. 
Jewett, see also, 929, 961, and 2116. 

1171 Johnson, Charles H., 1174 Ezra F., and 

1180 Martha C, (see 1774). 

1172 Johnson, Elisha, 25 ; unm. ; s. maker ; s. of 

Leighton, of Fryburg, Me., bro. to 1824 ; has 
been here some time. Also, his sister, 1173 
Elizabeth D., was here in 1851, who m. F. 
Gi'ace, and went to Chatham, N. II. 

1176 Johnson, James, carpenter; from Sandown, 
N. H. ; worked for (2342), in 1854 ; also, his 
bro., 1177 John, of same trade, was here at 
the same time. 

1 178 Johnson, Lucy A., dau. of Theo. of Haver- 
hill, who d. on the way to Utah, in 1850, aged 
8, was here awhile. 

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1182 Johnson, William H. C, 28 ; s. maker ; son 
of Moses, who was killed on the B. and M. R. 
Road, near his r. in Bradford ; was here 1850- 
2; w., 1181 Mary E., 25, dau. of Joseph 
and Ann E. (Foster) Cowdry, Jr. (niece of 
574); ch., 1175 Henrietta E., and 1179 
Marietta F., twins, 5; and 1170 Annie E.,4. 
Johnson, see also, 493, 1126, 1746, 1774, and 
2238. 

1184 Johnston, Charles W., and 1189 Harriet 
E., see (2184). 

1190 Johnston, John B., 28 ; s. maker; s.of Tho's 

(1194) ; w., 1192 Rebecca M., 26, (Crombie 
398) ; ch., 1185 Clara A., 4. 

1191 Johnston, John, 40 ; s. maker ; s. of Thomas, 

of Newburyport (1194) ; w., 1183 Caroline, 

31, dau. of Todd, of ; ch., 1186 

Elizabeth A., d., 1854, a<red 5: and 1193 
Robert M., b. 1855. 
1194 Johnston, Thomas, 55 ; comb-maker; bro. to 
John (1191) ; w., 1188 Hannah C, 50, dau. 
of Reuben Morrill of Northwood, N. H. ; ch., 
Betsey C. (757); John B. (1190); Hannah 
M. (1215) ; Mary A. (946) ; and 1187 Geo. 
T., 18. 
Johnston, see also, 2184. 

1196 Jones. Amanda M., 20; dau. of Franklin, of 

Great Falls, N. II. ; came here 1854. 
1201 Jones, John C, 30; s. maker; from Salisbury, 

N. II., where he returned in 1855 ; s. of Moses ; 

w., 1202 Lucy J., 25 ; dau. of Wm. Ilinkson 

(987); ch., 1207 Wm. E., d. 1855, aged 3; 

and 1198 Emma M., 1. 
1204 Jones, Samuel B., 53 ; s. maker; son of 

Nath'l, of S. Hampton, N. II. ; came here 1851 ; 

w., 1203 Rebecca (Newhall) 44, adopted 

dau. of (249) ; ch., Mary I. (815) ; Sarah B., 

d. y. ; Sarah B. (1206) ; Almina F. (996) ; 

1199 James M., 16 ; 1205 Samuel E., 14 ; 

1197 BenajahB., 8; 1200 Joanna R., 5 ; 

and 1195 Adeline R.. 3. 
1206 Jones, Sarah B., 20 ; ' r. with her f. (1204) ; 

unm. 
Jones, see also, 1618, 1673, 1678, 1695, and 

1837. 

1208 Joyce, Bela, 20 ; b. maker ; came from Scitu- 

ate, to board with (194), in 1854 ; is son of 
Loring. 

1209 Joyce, Mary, 22, dau. of Geo. S. ; came from 

Amesbury in 1855, and returned in 1856. 

1210 Joyce, Rachel T. S., 19 ; sister to Mary, 

above ; both unm. 

1212 Judkins. Hiram, 48, boot-crimper, and trcer ; 
s. of Sam'l of New Market, N. II. ; 2d w., 1 213 
Nancy (Pecker 1746); ch., by her, 1211 
Frances S., 16; Mr. J's 1st w. was Caroline 
(Crowell), by whom had a son, AVm. B., but 
both are deceased. 

1214 Keeler, Susanna, 16, dau. of 



with (39), 1849-51, and returned to West 
Newbury. 

1216 Keen, Robert, from Halifax, N. S., in 1853 ; 

m. 1215 wid. Hannah M. (Johnston) Lyds- 
ton, 24 (1357); and returned home in 1854. 

1217 Kelly, Betsey S., 19 ; unm., dau. of Stephen 

B. ; from Guildhall, Vt., was here in 1854-5 ; 
sister to hus. of (1222). 

1218 Kelly, David, about 25 ; from Exeter, N. H.; 

in the mill 1853-4. 

1219 Kelly, John W., 39 ; s. maker ; s. of Michael, 



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from Druinmondville, Canada; 1st, m. 1220 
Maria D. Phillips, who d. at Hamilton in 
1854 ; 2d, m., in 1855, Eliza S., dau. of Ja's 
and Mary Bean of Kingston, N. H., who mar- 
ried, 1st, Benj. Kimball ; and 2d, Solomon 
Pillsbury ; r. Georgetown. 

1221 Kelley, Michael, 25 ; a bro. of John, that in. 

C. Crystal (402); worked for (1626), 1852 ; 
unm. 

1222 Kelly, Rebecca E., 23 ; sister to (2091) ; and 

wid. of Stephen D., bro. to (1217), who d. in 
1854, leaving her with a son, 1224 Willard 
M., 1. 

1223 Kelly, Samuel E. ; was with (574), awhile in 

1851. 
Kelly, see 402 ; Kendrick, see 950. 

Kennet, and Kent, see 2387 ; and 2017. 

1226 Keough, Henry J., 34 ; s. of James ; here a 
few days, and went to Holliston in 1850 ; na- 
tive of England ; came to Canada; m. 1227 
Julia, 25, dau. of. R. Cabban (335) ; ch., 
1225 Alice, 6. 

1228 Kilburn, Hannah E., 16; dau. of Samuel, 

but calls herself Elwell, having been brought 
up with her mother's (1741) ch. by her 2d 
husband. 
Killum, see 929. 

1229 Kimball, Adeline, 38 ; wid. of Edwin (bro. 

of Byron 1728), s. of Phineas Kimball, and 
dau. of Win. Whittier ; is housekeeper for 
(1545) ; her ch. are, Sarah Jane, m. Moses E. 
Goodrich ; Lewis, out West ; Eleanor ; Ann 
Pi. ; and Marcus. 
1237 Kimball, Charles H., see (1335). 

1240 Kimball, Christopher C, 42 ; s. maker ; s. 

of Abel, Jr., of Bradford ; was here awhile in 
1850, and went to Lynn ; w., 1252 Hannah 
(Rand), from Chester; ch., 1255 Josephine, 
16; 1233 Ann J.; 1235 Caroline A. S. ; 
1265 Rosella; and Emma 0., b. in 1851. 

1241 Kimball, Eliza J., 23 ; unm.; dau. of Seta 

(1270) ; school teacher in Andover. 

1 214 Kimball, E. Howard, 46 ; s. of Asa ; is cousin 
to (192) and (1272), and 2d cousin to (1250), 
(575), and (1273); w., 1262 Mary J., 38 ; 
daughter of Abraham Lock of Gilmanton, 
N. H. ; children, 1259 Mary A. 17; 1234 
Asa H, 15; 1257 Louisa H., 13; 1239 
Charlotte A., 11; 1251 Hannah J., 9; 
1238 Charles W.,5; 1230 Allen A., 4 ; 
1247 Prank L., 1. 

1250 Kimball, George N., 47 ; s. maker; son of 
Francis, Jr. ; was here 1852-3, and returned 
to Bradford; m. his cousin, 1231 Almira, 49, 
dau. of Enoch Holt of Andover; ch., 1246 
Francis O., 24; Almira G., (51); 1264 
Peter N, 21 ; 1232 Alonzo W., 19 ; 
Horace L.,d. y.; 1261 Mary J., 14 ; 1254 
Horace L., 12; 1242 Ellen M., 10; and 
1249 George E., 7. 

1253 Kimball, Hannah, 77 ; wid. of Daniel Kim- 
ball, Jr. ; is dau. of Wm. Parker ; sister to 
(1760); cousin to 1594; half-cousin to 1415 
and 1680 ; 2d cousin to 47, 660, 869 and 1626 ; 
her ch. have been Wm. P. (1273) ; Marianne, 
m. her 4th cousin, Abel Page of Haverhill ; 
Niles, d. unm. ; Moses D. ; Leonard P., d. y. ; 
Tamysin G., m. George S. Apploton ; and 
Harrison. 

1258 Kimball, Louisa, 41 ; dau. of Samuel (1267) ; 
r., unm., at the late residence of her f. 



1263 Kimball, Milton J., 10 ; r. with (682) his 
g. mother. 

1267 Kimball, Samuel, who died here 1855, aged 

88 ; was a carpenter ; s. of Moses, of Boxford ; 
came here 1828 ; w., 1271 Susanna, dau. of 
Joseph Kimball ; (sis. to 180) ; d. in 1853, 
aged 84 ; ch., Belinda, m. Wm. Tileston ; 
Susan (1272); Joseph; John; Samuel; Han- 
nah, in. B. A. Merrill ; Sophia (1601) ; Alfred, 
d. y. ; and Louisa (1258). 

1268 Kimball, Sarah J, 18 ; dau. of Phillip (bro. 

of 1240 of Bradford) ; was here awhile in 
1854. 
1270 Kimball, Seth, 49 ; a dealer in horses; came 
here in 1853 ; wife, 1266 Rosine, 46, 
(Parker 1673) ch., Eliza J. (1241) ; Helen 

A. (1305) ; 1243 Emma L.., 20, m. Wm. H., 
s. of Wm. Butrick of Bradford, in 1854, and 
has a dau., Emma ; Caroline, and Ch's G., d. 
y. ; 1256 Laura A., 15 ; 1236 Ch's G., 13 ; 
1260 Mary E., 11; 1269 Seth, 6; 1248 
Prank M., 3 ; and 1245 Fanny P., 1. 

1272 Kimball, Susan, 59 ; unm. ; dau. of Samuel; 

r. with her sis. 1258. 

1273 Kimball, "Wm. P., 54 ; unm. ; son of Daniel ; 

with his mother (1253). 
Kimball, see also, 163, 180, 357, 574, 682, 808, 
1060, 1219, 1471, 1728, 1900, 2025, and 2373. 

1274 King, Alexander S., 34 ; b. maker; s. of 

George, of Aberdeen Co., Scotland ; came 
here 1850; w., 1277 Bridget, dau. of Den- 
nis Boyl of Ireland ; ch., were Sarah and Ann, 
that d. young. 

1278 King, Charles A., s. of Jonathan, of S. Dart- 

mouth; was a physician here, 1851 ; has since 
deceased ; w. was 1275 Ann H, dau. of Earl 
Shaw of Carver ; ch., 1276 Ann L, b. here 
in 1851. 

Knapp, see 789. 

1279 Kneeland, Noah R., 14; s. of Aaron, of 

Georgetown ; was with (1580) awhile in 1855. 

1280 Knowlton, Aaron D., 36 ; son of Moses, of 

Topsfield ; was here 1847-51; went to II. 
with (1348) ; since, m. Laura M. Brown (sister 
to 220). 

1282 Knox, Eli, 35; carpenter; s. of Joshua, of 
Berwick, Me. ; w., 1287 Susan L. 33, is dau. 
of C. W. Ricker (1954) ; ch., 1281 Ch's A., 
9 ; 1288 Willard, 7 ; and 1283 Georgian- 
na, 5. 

1284 Knox, Hiram G.,31 ; carpenter; bro. to Eli, 
above ; was here 1851-5, with w., 1285 Mary 
E., 20, dau. of Benj. Ricker of Lebanon, N. 
H. ; ch., 1286 Perren,2. 

1289 Ladd, Angelina, 37; unm.; r. with Nath'l 
(1298), her f. 

1291 Ladd Gardner P., 41 ; in a shoe manufactory, 
in Haverhill; is son of Nath'l (1298); w., 
1294 Lois H. (Bachelor), 40, adopted child 
of her aunt, (53 and 824) ; ch., 1292 Jere. 

B. P., 17; 1 297 Nath'l E., 15; Rufus,d.y. ; 
and 1295 Martha G, 6. 

1293 Ladd, John I., 39 ; s. manf. ; s. of Nathaniel 
(1298); w., 1296 Mary A., 38, dau. of B. 
Greenough (661) ; ch., Geo. W., d. y. ; 1290 
Clara E., 11 ; Ellen R.,and Edwin L., d. y. ; 
and 1300 Wm. B., 1. 

1298 Ladd, Nathaniel, 69 ; s. of Nathaniel, of E. 
Haverhill ; formerly a blacksmilh, but of late 



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27 



Justice ; does probate business, etc. ; came 
here in 1810; w., 1299 Sarah, 73; dau. of 
Zebulon Ingersoll of E. Haverhill ; ch., Ellen 
B., d. unm.; Warren; Gard. P. (1291); John 
1.(1293); Angelina (1289); Rebecca, died 
unm. ; and Rufus G., died, aged 19. 

1304 Lake, Joseph H., 31 ; s. of Ephraim, of East 

Haverhill; was here 1851-2; s. maker; m. 
1303 Jane, 29 ; dau. of John McCrillis of 
Skowhegan, Me. ; ch., 1302 Geo. H., 6 ; and 
1301 Charles W., 4, 

1305 Lamb, Jere., and w., 130G Rebecca A. 

(936) ; was with (1861), a short time, 1853. 

1307 Lane, Eben., was in the mill awhile. 

1308 Lane, Julia, a native of Ireland ; was with 

(1564), winter of 1853-4. 

1309 Lane, Major A., here in 1851 ; went to Charles- 

town ; w., was 1310 Mary J. (Downing). 
Lane, see also, 685, and 1564. 

1311 Langley, Alfred. S., 21 ; s. maker; s. of Jona- 

than (1314) ; unm. 

1312 Langley, Prank N., 28 ; unm. ; son of Jona. 

(1314) ; went to California in 1851. 

1314 Langley, Jonathan, 53 ; far. ; s. of Obadiah, 

of Durham, N. H. ; w., 1318 Mary, 53, dau. 
of Jacob Sawyer (sis. to 2062) ; ch., Warren ; 
Frank N. (1312) ; Lydia M. (1761) ; Laban 

(1315) ; Mary J. (1317) ; Alfred S. (1311) ; 
and 1313 Henry, 15. 

1315 Langley, Laban, 23 ; unm. ; son of Jona. 

(1314) ; s. maker ; at home. 

1316 Langley, Martha J., 18 ; dau. of Jeremiah, 

of Durham, N. H. ; niece of (1314) ; was here 
1852-4. 

1317 Langley, Mary J., 19 ; dau. of Jona. (1314) ; 

unm. ; at home. 
Langley, see also, 806. 

1319 Langmaid, Stephen ; from N. Market, N. H. ; 
painted for (83), in 1850. 

1323 Lang, Charles, of Gloucester ; was here a 
short time, in 1850, and went to Georgetown ; 
w., 1325 was Sarah (Hawthorn), of Henni- 
ker, N. H. ; ch., 1322 Charles, 17; 1324 
Sarah E; 1326 Thomas; 1321 Caroline 
A. ; 1320 Amanda A. ; Geo. H., d. y. ; and 
Henry, b. since they left. 
Lang, see also, 386. 

Lapham, and Latham, see 1608 and 2200 ; 
and 1981. 

1327 Lease, Rufus, about 24 ; painted for L. B. 

awhile, in 1853. 

Leeds, see 1144 ; Leighton, see 1511. 

1328 Lehay, Daniel, an Irishman ; worked for 

(128), 1854. 

1 329 Lewis, Alvan ; s. of Wales, of E. Haverhill ; 

was with (82), in 1851. 

1330 Libby, John W., 29 ; carpenter and s. maker; 

s. of Theo., of Newbury port ; w., 1332 Susan 
M., 28, (Hovey 1093) ; ch., 133C Wm. P., 7, 
and 1331 Mary E., 4. 
Libby, see also 107, 684, and 2367. 

1335 Lineker, Harriet L., 30 ; dau. of Geo. Hun- 
tress (1131) ; m., 1st, Ch's Kimball of Glou- 
cester ; by whom had a son, Ch's H., 9 (1237) ; 
m., 2d, Wm. C. Lineker, an Englishman, by 



whom has had 1334 Emma C, 1 ; and now 
is in Kansas. 

1336 Lenflst, Ellen, was in the mill awhile, in 1854. 

1337 Little, Stephen, 51 ; s. of Jona., of Hamp- 

stead, N. H. ; m., 1st, Betsey, dau. of Samuel 
Greenough (667), by whom had Albert A., 
and Mary J. B., both of whom d. unm. ; and 
Elizabeth A., who m. Wm. R. Little ; m., 2d, 
Mary K. (Pemberton) Kimball, wid. of Ch's 
S., son of Jona. (180), and went to Bradford 
to r. with her. 

Little, and Lock, see 493, 1921 ; and 1244. 

1338 Lordan, Joanna, an Irish girl, left (1626) 

March 19, 1853. 

1339 Lord, Charles ; worked for (358) awhile, 

winter of 1852-3, and returned to Exeter, N. 
H. ; he afterwards m., but is now deceased. 
Lord, Loring, and Low, see 2278; 1145; 
and 200. 

1340 Lowry, Bridget, about 24 ; dau. of Michael ; 

Irish; with (1728), winter of 1851-2. 

1345 Lucy, Mary E., was dau. of Alex. Lucy ; died 

in 1850, aged 17. 

1346 Lucy, Mary H., 20; dau. of Wm. (1348) ; 

see marriages. 
1348 Lucy, "Wm., 48 ; b. and s. manf., went to 
Haverhill, in 1851 ; s. of Tho's, of Notting- 
ham, N. H., and bro. to (1115) ; w., 1341 
Adeline, 46, dau. of John Davis of Byfield, 
and sis. to 1st wives of 1024 and 1564; ch., 
Mary H. (1346) ; Geo. W.,d. y. ; 1343 Geo., 
13; 1342 Arthur P., 10; 1347 Wm. E.,8; 
and 1344 John A., 6. 

Lull, see 234. 

1352 Lunt, Joseph, 44 ; s. of Bichard, (1354) ; s. 
maker and far. ; in., 1st, Mary J. Cooke, who 
d. 1846 ; and m., 2d, 1350 Clarissa, 44, dau. 
of David Palmer, Jr. (1578) ; ch., 1349 Ch's 
E., 6 ; 1351 Joseph L., 4 ; and 1353 Mary 
J., 3. 

1354 Lunt, Richard, 83 ; was a seaman, before he 
came on to his farm here, in 1839 ; s. of Rich- 
ard ; w., 1355 Sally, who d. in 1854, at New- 
buryport, the year after she returned there, 
aged 80, — was dau. of Matthew Bright of 
York, Me. ; ch., Eliza, m. Enoch Hale, Jr. ; 
Sally, mi, 1st, Nath'l Goodwin ; and, 2d, Tho's 
Grace ; Hannah, m. David, bro. to E. Hale, 
Jr. ; Fanny, m. John Disney ; Joseph (1352) ; 
Richard, d. y. ; Mary, m. her cousin, Joseph 
Bradley ; and Deborah A., (1878). 

Lurvey, see 883. 

1357 Lydston, John, s. of Wm., of Newburyport ; 

m. his step-mother's niece (1215), by whom 
had a son, 1356 Geo. B., 5 ; and came here 
and d., in 1853. He was bro. to 1st w. of 
(2184). 

1358 Lyford, Sophia, 63 ; dau. of Sam'l Green- 

ough (66 7) ; m. Moses Lyford, a carriage 
maker, by whom had a dau., Sophia (2157). 

1359 Mace, Amelia, 70 ; dau. of Abraham Dodge 

of Newburyport, and sis. to (353) ; m. 1st, 
Methuselah Boynton of Newbury ; by whom 
had Alfred (157) ; Mary Ann, d. unm., 1837 ; 
Cha's (160) ; Abraham D., (246) ; Enoch 
(163), with whom she now lives; and m., 2d, 



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Joshua Mace, from Rye, N. H., by whom had 
George (13G2). 

1362 Mace, George W., 31 ; s. maker; s. of Joshua 

(1359) ; w., 1360 Charlotte H., 21 ; dau. of 
Flint Weston (2346) ; ch., 1361 Clara A., b. 
1855. 

1363 Malony, Bridget, came to live with (2042), in 

1855 ; (m. Michael Clansey of W. Newbury, 
in 1856). 

1364 Maney, Margaret, about 25 ; was an Irish 

girl, with (1626), 1854, awhile, and returned 
to Bradford. 

1366 Marble, John, about 26 ; s. maker ; s. of Ja's, 
of Haverhill ; was here awhile, in 1851 ; wife, 
1367 Mary A. (his cousin), dau. of John 
Marble. 

13G8 Marble, Nathaniel, 28 ; s. maker ; s. of John, 
of Bradford, and bro. to (484) ; was here 
1854-5, and returned to B. ; m. 1365 Helen 
A. Kimball, 22 (1270). 

Marden, see 1699. 

1369 Marshall, Nancy P., 17; dau. of Charles P., 

of W. Newbury ; at school here, in 1853. 

1370 Marsh, Amanda, sis. to (1371); m. Byron 

Kimball (1229), of Bradford, and has 2 ch., 
Horace, and Emma Jane. 

1371 Marsh, John B., 21 ; s. of John B. (1728) ; 

was here in 1854. 
Marsh, see also, 234, 1149, and 1676. 

1372 Martin, Carleton, 28 ; s. maker ; s. of Jona., 

Jr., of Newburyport ; m. 1373 Mary E. Ful- 
lington, 23 ; niece of (1088) ; came here in 
1855; ch., 13 74 Wm. E., 1. 

Martino, see 1891. 

1375 McCabe, John, about 29 ; s. of Patrick, from 

Graigue, Queens Co., Ireland; here in 1851 
and 1854. 

1376 McCabe, Patrick, 24; bro. to John; came 

herefrom Boxford, in 1855. 

McCard, see 2086. 

1377 McClure, John, a native of Stoddard, N. II. ; 

worked in the brick-yard, and boarded with 
(1921), 1853 ; went to Amesbury. 

McCoy, and McCrillis, see 1122; and 1304. 

1379 McDaniel, John ; here 1854 ; went to Ando- 

ver, and d. in 1855; w., 1378 Hannah M. 
(Willis), also d. same year. 

1380 MeDermott, Sarah, 25 ; dau. of John P., of 

"Letherdian," Sligo Co., Ireland; was with 
(1681), 1850-2. 

McDevitt, see 371. 

1381 McDowell, William, 20 ; from Annapolis, 

N. S. ; was with (660), winter of 1851-2, and 
went to Cambridge. 

1382 McHolly, Catherine, b. about 1844, in Chel- 

sea; in the mill, 1855-6; sometimes called 
Cata Colly; perhaps her name was McColly. 

1383 McKay, Bridget, an Irish girl; in the mill 

awhile. 

1384 McKensey, Rcdetia, or Delia, an Irish girl ; 

in the mill awhile, 1855. 

McKcnstry, see 2104. 

1385 McLaughlin, Elizabeth A., 27; wid. of Ze- 



nas, of Cincinnati, O. ; by whom had a son, 
1387 Zenas K., 9 ; was dau. of Henry B. 
Parker of C. ; here 1849-51, and returned. 
1386 McLaughlin, Sxisan, and perhaps a sister, 
Ellen ; were in the mill in 1854. 

McManus, see 1523. 

1389 McQuestion, Robert; was ferryman, 1854; 

his s., 1388 Luther, was with (149 and 2184) 
in 1854, and went to Amesbury. 

Mears, and Merriam, 390; 128, and 487. 

1390 Merrill, Albion M., s. manf. ; s. of James 

(1392) ; d. in 1854, aged 36 ; w. was Charlotte 
M. (1393) ; dau. of Paul Hopkinson. 

1392 Merrill, Burton E., 40; carpenter; son of 

James; wife, 1394 Elizabeth B., 39, dau. 
of T. Savary (2027). 

1393 Merrill, Charlotte M., 29 ; (1390), with her 

father. 

1397 Merrill, John, 30 ; s. maker ; son of Thomas 

(382), and cousin to (1392) ; m. 1402 Sarah 
P. Cook, 27, — his step-father's niece (378) ; 
ch., 1401 Sarah M., 8 ; and 1403 Tho's, 6. 

1398 Merrill, Joseph W., carpenter; a native of 

Deerfield, N. H. ; m. 1391 Ann M. Ross, 
26, sis. to Mrs. Felch (542) ; was in S. Grove- 
land, 1853-4; ch., 1396 Geo. W., b. January 
1, 1854. 

1399 Merrill, Otis B., 35 ; s. maker ; bro. to 1390 ; 

w., 1400 Sarah A., 33, dau. of Hezekiah Cof- 
fin of W. Newbury; ch., 1395 Geo. H., 2. 
Merrill, see also, 1267, 1465, 1517, and 2289. 

1406 Metcalf, Fisher, 49; s. maker and farmer; 
from Franklin ; was here 1853-5; w., 1405 
Eunice, 41, sis. to (904) ; ch., 1408 John C, 
18 ; 1404 Abigail L., 16 ; 1409 Lydia L., 
11 ; and 1407 Geo. L., 6. 
Metcalf, see also, 1051 ; and Mills, see 1746. 

1410 Mitchell, Abby, 21 ; dau. of Wm. (1415) ; 

m. her 2d cousin, Joseph M. Noyes, and went 
to Amesbury in 1853 ; (s. Willis Fremont, b. 
1856.) 

1411 Mitchell, Abigail, 81, dau. of Abraham Par- 

ker (cousin to 1609); wid. of Day Mitchell, 
who d. in 1848 ; ch., Abraham ; Wm. (1410) ; 
Cha's (1415) ; Susanna, d. y. ; and George 
(1419). 

1415 Mitchell, Charles, 48 ; s. of Day (1411) ; m. 

1421 Nancy, 43, dau. of Richard Hull (1122), 
and wid. of his bro., Wm., by whom she had 
Abigail (1410) ; Emily (1417); and Cathe- 
rine (762) ; and his ch., by her, have been 
1423 Wm. D., 15 ; 1414 Ch's H., 13 ; 1418 
Geo. H, 10; 1413 Alice S., 8; 1420 Mary 
F., d. 1851, aged 2 ; and 1412 Abraham 
P., 4. 

1416 Mitchell, Day, 63 ; s. of Day (and half-bro. 

to 1415) ; unm. 

1417 Mitchell, Emily, 20 ; dau. of Wm. (1415). 
1419 Mitchell, George, 38 ; s. of Day (1411) ; w., 

1422 Susan M., 21, dau. of J. Page (1560). 

*1424 Moley, Ellen, an Irish girl ; with (2033), in 
1853. 

Montieth, see 808, and 1075. 

1425 Moody, Charles H, 30 ; s. of Benj., Jr., of 

Newburyport ; unm. ; was with (98), 1849-54. 

1426 Moody, Henry S., 19 ; s. of Geo., of George- 

town ; was at school here in 1852. 

1427 Moody, Samuel, s. of Sam'l; came from W. 

Newbury to school ; here in 1850. 



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29 



Moody, see also, 157, 195, 234; and Moore, 
see 2021. 

1428 Moores, George, about 75; was with ("478) in 

haying time, 1855, and returned to Auburn, 
N. H., where his family was. 

1429 Morrill, Daniel, a machinist; repaired the 

mill, 1854. 

1431 Morrill, Hiram J., about 26 ; bro. to (1435) ; 

was here 1849-50; went to Plaistow, N. H., 
and m. Eliza A. Huse. 

1432 Morrill, Jemima, 49; unm. ; dau. of Reuben, 

of Northwood (sis. to 1188) ; was with (1927), 
in 1852 and 3. 

1435 Morrill, Stanwood P., 31 ; s. maker ; son of 

Abel of Salisbury, N. H. ; m. 1433 Lydia J. 
Brown, 2G ; r. in the house with her f. (198) ; 
ch, 1434 Mary A., G ; and 1430 Ellen 4. 

1436 Morse, Abigail, 66 ; unm. ; dau. of Benj. 

(1465) ; went to Haverhill after her mother 
deceased. 
1438 Morse, Benjamin, 78; s. of Tho's, and bro. to 
(1464) ; from Concord, N. II, in 1853 ; m., 
1st, Abigail Emery, of Orford, N. II., by whom 
had Tho's; Maria, m. Elias Page ; Charlotte, d., 
unm. ; Harriet, m. B. Holden ; Benj. ; Almira, 
m. Ozro Page ; Caroline, in. John Brown, Jr. ; 
Eliza E. (1447) ; and Cynthia G., m. Wm. L. 
Hopkinson (s. of 1075) ; m. since his 1st died, 
and had other ch., viz. 1450 Ellen, 15 ; Wm. 
E. ; and 1437 Albert H., d. 1853, aged 7. 

1441 Morse, Brian, 74 ; a Methodist clergyman ; 

lias been here since 1848 ; s. of Stephen, and 
cousin to (1464) ; m., 1st, Susanna, dau. of 
Tim. Stevens of Haverhill, N. H. ; by whom 
had Horace, d. 1825, aged 21 ; Pcabody A.; 
Percival, and Perces, d. y. ; George W. ; Pris- 
cilla, m. Adolphe Sompayrae ; Rebecca C, m. 
Paul V. Sompayrae ; Isaac S. ; and Susanna, 
d. y. ; m., 2d, 1448 Eliza, 54, dau. of Vincent 
Torr of Newmarket, N. II., and wid. of Geo. 
Repell ; by whom she had Joseph and Mary, 
that d. y. ; and by her he has had Virginia E., 
that d. y. 

1442 Morse, Charles C, 29 ; was here in 1850, and 

now is a baker in Haverhill ; is s. of Benj., of 
Bradford (1465) ; m. 1468 Sarah A., 29, dau. 
of Jos. N. Jackman of Newburyport ; ch., 
1454 Ida P., 8 ; 1456 George D., 7 ; 1443 
Ch's W. J., 4 ; and Frank C, b. in H, 1854. 
1445 Morse, Eben. D., 36 ; b. maker; s. of Tho's 
(and bro. to 1453) ; m. Mary A. Blaisdell of 
Gofi'stown, N. H. ; r. Bradford, since 1851; 
ch., Cha's II, 3 ; (and a s., b. Nov., 1856). 

1452 Morse, Harriet T., 21 ; unm. dau. of James 

(1455). 

1453 Morse, Henry M., 32 ; a trader in Charles- 

town, since autumn of 1855 ; was bookkeeper 
for lucy, after he was here; (bro. of 320, 
1065, and 1445) ; m. 1444 Clara L. Whipple, 
28 (2348), of Bow, N. II. 

1455 Morse, James, 51 ; far. (formerly clothier) ; 
s. of Benj., Sen. (1465) ; m. 1458 Maria, 45, 
dau. of B. Greenough (661) ; ch., Francis, d. 
y>; Harriet T. (1452); Lucy A. (1457); 
Humphrey, d. y. ; 1472 Warren, 14 ; 1449 
Ellen M., 8 ; and 1459 Mary A. 7. 

1457 Morse, Lucy A., 20 ; unm. dau. of James. 

1461 Morse, Mary S., 10 ; g. g. dau. of (1465), and 

g. dau. of (16 76) ; adopted by (1755). 

1462 Morse, Moses D., 46 ; painter; s. of Sam'l 

(1467) ; here 1851-3, and went to Haverhill ; 



w., 1440 Betsey, 42, dau. of Daniel Pearce ; 
ch., Moses K., drowned, aged 12; and 1460 
Mary C. A., 15. 

1463 Morse, Moses, Jr. 41 ; s. of Moses; s. maker; 

went to Worcester in 1854 ; m. his cousin, 
1447 Eliza E. Morse, 38 (1438) ; ch., 1456 
Laura A., 12 ; and 1446 Elizabeth 
C, 5. Mr. M. is 2d cous. to 1442. 

1464 Morse, Moses, 72 ; far. ; s. of Tho's, and cousin 

to (1441) ; w. was his cousin, 1439 Betsey, 
dau. of Sam'l Carleton of Boxford, who died 
in 1852, aged 67 ; ch., James S. ; Moses, and 
Elizabeth, d. y ; Moses (1463) ; Ann M. 
(517) ; Milton M. ; 1466 Pebeeca K., died 
unm. in 1852, aged 31 ; and Sarah J., (1143). 

1465 Morse, Olive, who d. Feb'y 26, 1854, leav- 

ing over 70 descendants ; was dau. of James 
Greenough and cousin to (661 and 672) ; born 
May 28, 1760 ; m. Benj., son of Tho's Morse, 
who d. 1828 ; ch., Polly, m. Enoch Merrill ; 
Olive, m. a Jos. Morse ; Abigail (1436) ; 
Benj., who m. Abigail Carleton, and has had 
11 ch. ; among them, Daniel A., who m. his 
mother's cousin, Asenath B. Parker (14G1 and 
1676), and Ch's (1442) ; Elizabeth, m. Isaac 
Harding ; Retire P. ; and James (1455). 
14G7 Morse, Samuel, 83 ; was here awhile with his 
s. (1462), is s. of Tho's, and bro. to Moses 
(1464) ; w. was Esther Betteys of Byfield, by 
whom he had Caleb ; John, d. y. ; John ; 
Samuel, who m. Mary Parker, and had, among 
8 children, Sylvester P. (1469) ; Sarah, m. 
Daniel Withee ; Moses D. (14G2) ; Thomas; 
and James. 

1469 Morse, Sylvester P., s. of Sam'l, of Boxford 

(1467) ; was here 1851-2. 

1470 Morse, Thomas, about 18; s. maker; here 

awhile about 1853 ; from Hampstead Peak, N, 
II. ; was s. of Hezekiah (?). 

1471 Morse, Thomas, bro. to Moses (14G4) ; was 

taken sick while on a visit at his sister Hop- 
kinson's (1060), and staid from Oct., 1853 to 
Jan. 1854; r. Waterville, Vt. ; has been m. 
several times ; 1st w. was Priscilla, daughter 
of Jona. Kimball of Bradford. 
Morse, see also, 10, 319, 672, 816, 9G8, 1031, 
1060, 1496, 1619, and 1667. 

1475 Moulton, Calvin, b. in York, Me., 1812 ; m. 
1474 Ann M., dau. of Isaac Bradley of Bal- 
timore, Md., who d. here 1852 ; he then left ; 
ch., 1477 Martha M., 18; 1473 Ann E., 
16 ; Josephine, and Emma J.,d. y. ; and 1476 
Emma H., 8. 
Moulton, and Mumler, see 1648, and 2406. 

1478 Murphy, Daniel, one of the builders of the 
N. P. R. Road ; was here with his family ; w. 

1484 and ch., 1479 Ed.; 1583 Wm.; 

and 1482 Mary. 

1480 Murphy, Margaret J., 17 ; dau. of Michael 

and Jane (Hayes) Murphy, of Bandon, Co. of 
Cork, Ireland ; came to work in the mill, June, 
1855. 

1481 Murphy, Mary, 23 ; dau. of John and Brid- 

get (Collins) Murphy, of Clashmore, Co. of 
Waterford, Ireland; came to work in the mill, 
Aug., 1855. 
Murphy, see also, 269. 

1485 Nelson, Aaron W., 51 ; s. maker ; s. of Benj. 
(1487) ; w., 1490 Eliza, 51, dau. of B. Hardy 
(745) ; ch., David, d. y. ; Hannah (1911) ; 
Benj. H., (1486) ; 1488 Darius H., 19 ; 



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Sarah II. (1494) ; 1493 Sam'l H., 15 ; 1489 
David H., 12 ; and 1492 Mary E., 8. 

1486 Nelson, Benjamin H., 22 ; s. maker ; s. of 

Aaron W. (1485) ; unm. 

1487 Nelson, Benjamin, 85 ; son of Aaron, of 

Georgetown ; came to this place in 1834; m., 
1st, Mary Dresser of Boxford, by whom he 
had 1 ch., viz. : Aaron W. (1485) ; and m. 
2d, 1491 Irena, 65, dau. of David Hardy 
(745), and r. on the place 'where he lived and 
died. 
1494 Nelson, Sarah H., 18 ; dau. of Aaron W. 
(1485) ; at home. 
Nelson, see also, 1829, and 2022 ; Newhall, 
1204. 

1496 Newton, Lavinia, 52 ; dau. of Joseph Morse 

of Boylston (1497) ; is sister to Sylvanus 
Morse, a former preceptor of Merrimack 
Academy. 

1497 Newton, Silas EL, who d. 1852,aged49; wass. 

of Silas, of W. Boylston; came herein 1841 ; 
w,, Lavinia (1496); ch., Harriet S., d. y. ; 
Sylvanus M. (1498) ; and 1495 Francis 
W., 18. 

1498 Newton, Sylvanus M., 22 ; s. maker ; r. on 

the place with his mother (1497). 

1501 Nichols, Francis W., 27 ; an overseer in the 
mill ; is son of Joseph, of Deny, N. H. ; wife, 
1513 Rebecca J., 24, dau. of Solomon Roach, 
of Lewiston, Me. 

1503 Nichols, Humphrey EL, 29 ; s. maker ; son 
of Phineas (1511); came here in 1830, and 
went to Methuen in 1852 ; w., 1508 Mehita- 
ble B., 40 ; was dau. of Simon Hardy, and 
sister to (837) ; ch., 1516 Susan E., 16 ; 
1506 Louisa K., 12 ; 1518 "Wm., 10 ; 1512 
Rebecca A. B., 8 ; and 1510 Phebe, 3. 

1509 Nichols, Norman, 24 ; carpenter ; son of 
Wooburn, of Derry, N. IL, and cousin to 
(1501) ; came to work on 11. Renton's (1891) 
house in 1854, and in. his dau., 1505 Jane 
C, 22, in 1855. 

1511 Nichols, Phineas, 84 ; was here with his son, 
Humphrey H. (1503), 1849-52 ; s. of Phineas, 
of L. Derry, N. II. ; w. was Phebe, dau. of 
Humphrey Holt ; ch., Sally d. soon after m. ; 
Betsey m. Barnard Goodrich, and Leonard 
Hardy (bro. to w. of 1503) ; Nathaniel ; 
Phineas ; Joseph, d. at sea; Phebe m. George 
Leighton ; Mary, d. unm. ; Lavinia m. E. 
Wardwell ; Wm. ; and Humphrey H. (1503). 

1517 Nichols, William EL, 56 ; painter; son of 
Stephen, of West Amesbury ; at California, 
in 1852, when his wife, 1507 Mary, 49, dau. 
of Jona. Patten, of W. A., came here and took 
the boarding house of the Groveland mill 
company ; after he returned, they went to 
Haverhill; ch., 1511 Sarah G., 31, m. Nicho- 
las Stillings of Lawrence, 1853 (and died 
1856), had Wm. E. and Harry G.; Dolly A., 
a school teacher in Haverhill, m. Edward II. 
Hammond, 1856; Horace, d. y. ; Martha J. 
(2122) ; 1515 Sophia C, 22, m. Henry Mor- 
rison ; 1501 Irene L., 20, m. Joseph S. Mer- 
rill, of Newburyport, in 1855; 1499 Abby 
B., 17 ; 1502 Horace Wm., 14, with J. M. 
Spoflbrd, winter of 1855-6 ; and 1509 Emma 
C, 8. 

1519 Niles, Charles, 26; s. maker; s. of Wm. ; 
was here 1852; m. 1520 Elizabeth L., dau. 
of J. B. Hardy (812) ; ch., 1521 Hannah E., 



7 ; 1522 Sarah A., 4 ; and Olive, b. since 
they went to Georgetown. 

1523 Nolan, Julia, an Irish girl; r. with (2171), 

1854; m. John McManus, and went to Cali- 
fornia. 

1524 Norton, Prank ; carpenter ; from New- 

market; worked for (2342) awhile, in 1854. 

1526 Noyes, Charles L., 16 ; s. of Edward B. son 
of Wm., of W. Newbury ; was with (504), 
1854-5. 

1529 Noyes, Enoch S., 42 ; s. maker ; son of Fol- 

lansbee (1530) ; w. 1528 Emma, dau. of E. 
Saunders (2022) ; ch., 1527 Edwin C, 10; 
1525 Ch's E., 9 ; and 1531 Geo. GK, 4. 

1530 Noyes, Follansbee, who came here in 1831, 

d. in 1853, aged 74 ; was s. of Follansbee, of 
E. Haverhill (1045 and 1532) ; m. 1534 Re- 
becca, 76, dau. of Daniel Richardson (and 
cousin to 1027 and 1921) ; ch., Rebecca, who 
d. soon after she m. E. S. Hunking ; Hannah 
J., m. Tho's Smith (2091); Ruth M., (398) ; 
Daniel, died y. ; Enoch S., twin to Daniel 
(1529) ; Daniel R. ; John ; and Phineas, d. y. 

1532 Noyes, Hannah ; unm. ; dau. of Follansbee, 

of E. Haverhill (1530) ; has been this side of 
the river, nursing, frequently ; is cousin to 
(1298), and Mrs. Huntress's (1126) father. 

1533 Noyes, Henry D., 20 ; s. of Daniel, of By- 

field, Newbury ; was clerk for P.Parker (1681), 
1851-3 ; and went to Salem. 
Noyes, see also, 409, 1045, 1410, 1699, 1840, 
2169. 

Nunn, see 2318. 

1535 O'Brien, Catherine, an Irish widow, from 

Amesbury ; was in the mill, 1853-4. 

1536 O'Brien, Edward, an Irishman, in the mill 

awhile. 

1537 O'Laughlan, Winnefred, 35 ; a native of 

Ireland; came to this country in 1852; is dau. 
of Patrick, of . 

1539 Ordway, Abigail, 60 ; unm.; dau. of Stephen, 
s. of Stephen, of W. Newbury ; r. with her 
sister, Pressey, (1846.) 

1542 Ordway, Elizabeth, 45 ; wid. of S. S. Ord- 
way ; is dau. of Jacob Sawyer (2062), from 
Newbury. 

1545 Ordway," Joshua H, 48; s. of Joshua, of W. 
Newbury; came here in Nov., 1855 ; his wife, 
who was Sarah J., dau. of Sam'l Scribner, d. 
Dec. 11, 1854, aged 39 ; his ch. by her were 
1541 Almira A., 15 ; 1547 Mary C, 13 ; 
1540 Albert H., 11 ; Abby J., d. y.; and 
1538 Abby Jane, 7. 

1549 Ordway, Samuel S., s. of Wm. ; s. maker; 
who d. in 1854, soon after his return from 
California, aged 41 ; by his wife Elizabeth 
(Sawyer), above (1542), had 1546 Leverett 
S., 17; 1548 Orren A., 15; 1544 Geo. A., 
9 ; and 1543 Frank O., 6. 
Ordway, see also, 425, 958, 1846. 

Orne, sec 2381. 

1555 Page, Eben S. O, 35 ; junk dealer in Boston; 
was here 1836 — 1854 ; s. of Reuben, of New- 
buryport ; w. is 1563 Mary S., 34, dau. of 
Stephen Foster (585) ; ch., Mary F., d. y. ; 
1559 John O., d. 1854, aged 7 ; 1556 Ed- 
ward A., 5; and 1551 Arthur W., died 
young. 



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1558 Page, John H., 23; s. maker; s. of John 
1560 ; unm. ; at home. 

1560 Page, John, 49 ; boot-crimper and treer ; s. of 
Amos, of L. Derry, N. H. ; (ancestors settled 
in E. Haverhill) ; first w. was Maria, dan. of 
Noyes Jaques (1149) ; by whom had John 
H. (1558); Susan M. (1419); Sarah J. 
(1567) ; 1557 Henry N., 15; 1571 Wm. T. 
(r. with 1487) ; and 1561 Mary A., twin to 
Wm. T., 13 ; 2d w. is 1570 Susan, 58, sister 
to his first. 

1564 Page, Paul, 43; b. manf.; bro.toJohn (1560); 
m., 1st, Mehitable J. Davis (1348), who d. in 
1846 ; and, 2d, 1569 Susan S., 40, dau. of 
Benj. Lane of Patterson, N. J. ; ch., Adeline 
J., and Alvan, d. y. ; 1553 Ch's D., 16 ; 1552 
Caroline H., 12 ; 1554 Daniel P., and 
1562 Mary D., twins, 7 ; 1550 .Abby A., 2 ; 
and 1572 Winslow T., 1. 

1566 Page, Rufus H., 38 ; s. manf. ; bro. to John 

(1560) ; came here in 1835, and m. 1565 
Priseilla P. Savary, sister to (2027). 

1567 Page, Sarah J., 18 ; dau. of John (1560). 

1568 Page, Sarah J., 23 ; unm. ; dau. of David H., 

.of Amesbury ; came here in 1855. 
Page, see also, 173, 1253, and 1438. 

1574 Palmer, Charles H., 31 ; in a s. manufactory 
at Marlboro'; s. of Moses H. (1581) ; married 
Emily How. 

1578 Palmer, Judith (Morse), sister to Mrs. Colby 
(349) ; was widow of David Palmer ; d. in 
1854, aged 71 ; ch., Sally, m. Leonard Farnum ; 
Betsey, m. Sam'l Durrah ; Clarissa (1352) ; 
Catherine, m. Lawrence Whittier; and John. 

1580 Palmer, Moody M., 45 ; far. ; s. of John, of 

Derry ; w. 1590 Sophia G, 37, dau. of Mo- 
ses Harriman (927) ; ch., 1588 Sarah J., 13 ; 
1584 Olive A., 11 ; 1573 Ada M., 7 ; 1591 
Victoria A., 4, and 1576 John A., d. y. 

1581 Palmer, Moses H., 63 ; s. maker and farmer; 

bro. to (1580) ; m. his 2d cousin, 1579 Mary 
H., 56, dau. of Sam'l Hale ; ch., Rebecca C. 
(901); Elizabeth H. (2313); Ch's H. (1574); 
Moses P. (1582) ; and Geo. T., d. y. 

1582 Palmer, Moses P., 25; s. of Moses H. (1581) ; 

in a s. manufactory at Groton. 

1583 Palmer, Nathaniel, 61 ; unm. ; bro. to Moses 

H. (1581) ; was here awhile, and returned to 
Derry, N. H., in 1855. 

1585 Palmer, Rebecca D., 28 ; widow of Robert 

It. (1586), and dau. of It. Renton (1891). 

1586 Palmer, "Robert R., b. maker ; s. of John, 

Jr. (1589) ; d. in 1852, aged 26 ; leaving wife, 
Rebecca D. (1585), with 2 ch., 1577 John R., 
5, and 1575 Geo. W., 4. 

1587 Palmer, Sally, 60; unm.; dau. of John ; r. 

with her. bro. (1581). 
1589 Palmer, Sarah, 68; wid. of John, Jr. (bro. to 
1580 and 1587), is dau. of Robert Rogers of 
Amesbury ; has had one ch., viz. : Robert R. 
(1586), born in L. Derry ; she came here in 
1842. 

1593 Parker, Aaron W., s. of Aaron (1618), died 

in 1855, aged 22 ; leaving a widow 1629 Eli- 
zabeth W-, dau. of John Emery of West 
Newbury. 

1594 Parker, Abigail, 64; is dau. of Retier H. 

Parker, and wid. of hfr 2d cousin, Peter, son 
of Moses, who d. in 1844, by whom she had 
John E., d. y. ; Abigail, m. George Cogswell ; 
Mary H, (1664) ; John (1653) ; Peter (1681) ; 
Retier H, d. y. ; Moses, a grad. of Dart. Coll., 



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1598 
1601 



1608 



1609 



1611 
1612 
1613 
1616 
1618 

1619 

1620 
1621 

1622 
1626 

1631 

1634 
1638 

1640 



r. Melrose ; Sarah E., d. unm., aged 21 ; and 
Elizabeth, d. unm., aged 18. 

Parker, Alden B., 25 ; b. manf. ; unm. ; son 
of Wm. ; r. at home (1706) ; is 3d cousin to 
(1681). 

Parker, Alfred, 47 ; s. manf. ; with Stephen, 
his f. (1697) ; m. his cousin, 1596 Adeline, 
44, dau. of Benj. (1608). 

Parker, Amos, 63 ; trader in S. Groveland ; 
s. of Stephen, Sen., (1697) ; m., 1st, Sophia 
Kimball (1267), who d. 1836; and m., 2d, 
1657 Louisa, 49, dau. of Meshack Shattuck 
(60) of Boston, who m., for her 1st husband, 
Wm. H. Balch, by whom had Henrv A. ; Re- 
becca A., (88) ; Mary H, d. y.; and Helen M., 
d. y. Hisch. are 1659 Maria L., 17 ; 1687 
Rufus E., 15 ; 1615 Ch's S., 14 ; 1651 Isa- 
bella E., 12 ; 1641 Geo. A., 10 ; and 1701 
Willard P., 4. 

Parker, Benjamin, 66 ; trader ; s. of Ste- 
phen (and bro. to 1601 and 662); w. 1603 
Anne 60, is dau. of Barker Lapbam ; ch., 
Adeline (1596) ; Rufus B., d. unm., aged 24 ; 
Lucy L., m. E. James M. Hale, of Haverhill ; 
Henry C. (1649) ; Edwin ; Ruth C, unm., 
been in her sister Hale's family; Phebe P., 
(1785); Susan C. (97); 1607 Augusta, d. 
unm., 1850, aged 19 ; and Priseilla, twin to 
Augusta (1683). 

Parker, Betsey, 80 ; wid. of Aaron Parker, 
who d. in 1831 ; is dau. of Bradstreet, son of 
Abraham Parker, consequently cousin to Reti- 
er PL, his f., who was s. of Abraham, Jr., a bro. 
to Bradstreet. She is aunt to (47) and (1704), 
g. aunt to (1681), and g. g. aunt to (1639). 

Parker, Caroline, was with (2186), awhile, in 
1850. 

Parker, Catharine S., 21 ; unm. ; dau. of 
Wm. (1706). 

Parker, Chandler L., about 24 ; with (2186) 
awhile. 

Parker, Charles, 49 ; unm. ; bro. to Wood- 
bridge (1707) ; r. in his family. 

Parker, Clarissa, 49 ; dau. of Jona. Jones of 
Wilmington, and wid. of Aaron Parker, who 
d. in 1847 ; ch., Aaron W. (1593) ; and Wal- 
ter H., and Clarissa, both d. y. 

Parker, Clementina, wid. of W. T. (1704) ; 
dau. of Elijah Morse of Boston ; came here a 
short time after her husband died. 

Parker, Cynthia A., 25; twin to (1631); 
unm. ; 5th cousin to 38, 693, 707, 2031, and 2411. 

Parker, Dean R., 38 ; s. manf. ; s. of Theo. 
(1699); w., 1685 Rebecca K., 38 (Foster 
590) ; ch., 1652 Isabella S., 10. 

Parker, Eben. R., 23 ; (tallest man in town) ; 
leather manf. ; unm. ; s. of Nathaniel. 

Parker, Eldred S., 35 ; farmer ; s. of Benj. 
(1648); w., 1661 Martha W., 32, dau. of 
Geo. Savary (2033) ; went to Salem, autumn 
of 1855. 

Parker, Eliza N., 25, twin to C. A. (1620), 
also, unm.; dau. of Theodore, (and half-sister to 
1621). 

Parker, Emily S., 23 ; dau. of Theodore 
(1699) ; unm. 

Parker, Fidelia C, 32 ; dau. of Nathan 
(16 76); m. Joseph N. Mace from Newbury- 
port, and went to Kansas. 

Parker, Frederick, 37 ; s. maker ; s. of Na- 
than (1676) ; w. 1666 Mary W., 39, dau. of 
Parmenter Hony of Acworth, N. H. ; ch., 
1635 Eugene F., 9 ; Byron, d. y. ; 1624 



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Edmund H., 6 ; 1623 Edgar H., 2 ; and 
1G72 Memnon W., b. 1855. 

1643 Parker, George S., 3-1 ; s. maker ; s. of Theo. 
(1699); w. 1684 Rebecca A., 23, dau. of 
(587) ; cli. 1645 Geo. W. F., 4. 

1646 Pai-ker, Gilman N\, 42 ; b. maker ; s. of Na- 
than (1676); m. his 2d cousin, Sophia, 40, 
(Hopkinson 1060) ; ch.,1606 Aubrey G., 18 ; 
1633 Ellen L., 15; 1636 Eustice G., 13; 
1658 Maria P., 10; 1605 Asenath B., 7 ; 
1656 Leverett, 2; and 1630 Elizabeth L., 
b. 1855. 

1648 Parker, Hannah, who was dan. of Jonathan 

Moulton of Concord, N. H., and wid. of Benj. 
Parker, d. in 1851, aged 57; her oh. were 
Wm, T. (1704) ; Eldred S. (1626); and Ch's 
F., who died 1843, aged 21. 

1649 Parker, Henry C, 37 ; s. maker ; s. of Benj. ; 

w. 1610 Caroline, 35, dau. of Sam'l E. Green- 
leaf of W. Haverhill, (and cousin to 659 and 
1582). 

1650 Parker, Henry T., 31 ; b. maker; s.of Wm. 

(1706) ; w. 1690 Sarah J., 30, dau. of Eri 

Pettengill; ch„ 1637 Eustice P., 10; 1600 

Allison H, 7; 1617 Clara E., 4; and 

1632 Ella J., 3. 
1653 Parker, John, 42 ; unm. ; s. of Peter (1594) ; 

r. at home. 
1664 Parker, Mary H, 44 ; unm. dau. of Peter 

(1594) ; is 3d cousin to 97, 254, 1661, 2174, 

and 2329. 
166 7 Parker, Mary, 75 ; wid. of Daniel, who m., 

for his 1st w., her sister, Mehitablc, by whom 

lie had his 8 eh. (1679); and dau. of Benj. 

Burbank, Sen. ; she m., 1st, llich'd, s. of Tho's 

Morse (and bro. to 1464), who d. in 1820 ; 

had 1 ch., Adeline (1075), with whom she 

lives. 

1668 Parker, Matilda, 45 ; school teacher; unm.; 

r. with her f. (169 7). 

1669 Parker, Mehitable B., 42 ; dau. of Stephen ; 

unm. ; at home (1697). 
1673 Parker, Michael, here awhile with his dau. 
Kimball ; and d. at Andover, in 1854, aged 81 ; 
was s. of Michael ; 1st w. was Fanny (Town), 
who d. 1813; 2d w. was Mehitable (Fox); 
ch., Fanny T., m. Wm. Jones ; Peter ; Rosina 
(1270); Nathan ; Elbridge, d. y. ; Mehitable 
(by 2d wife), m. Joshua Thwing ; Rebecca, 
and Mary A., d. unm. ; and Elbridge. 

1675 Parker, Nathaniel, 51 ; tanner and currier; 

s. of Paul (and cousin to 651) ; w., 1670 Me- 
hitable P., 49, dau. of Thomas Stickney 
(2233); ch.,EbenR. (1622); Aaron B., d. y. ; 
Sarah (1693) ; Silena B. (1694) ; 1592 Aa- 
ron B., 15 ; 1654 Judith H., 12 ; 1627 
Elizabeth F., 11 ; and 1660 Martha J., 5. 

1676 Parker, Nathan, s. of Sam'l, who d. 1850, 

aged 74 ; was a s. maker ; m. Abigail, dau. of 
S. Burbank (245) ; ch., Susanna C. (567) ; 
Betsey M., m. Cha's Fairbanks ; Hannah B., 
m.Varnum Marsh (bro. to 1152); Abigail B. 
(67) ; Mary (889) ; Sophronia (651); Nathan 
G. (1646); Sophia A. (1755); Frederick 
(1640) ; and Asenath B., who m. U. A. Morse 
(1165). 
1678 Parker, Niles G., 28 ; adopted s. of Nathaniel, 
of whom he learned the currier's trade, but 
now is in the shoe business in W. Newbury ; 
is son of Niles Hardy (and cousin to 792 and 
1860) ; m. 1677 Nancy, dau. of Jona. Jones; 
(sister to 1618) ; eh., 1674 Morris S., 4; and 
Edward C, b. in W. N. 



1679 



1680 



1681 



1683 
1686 

1691 



1693 
1694 
1695 

1697 
1699 



1700 



Parker, Panielia, 51 ; the first ch. of Daniel, 
s. of Stephen ; unm. ; r. with her sister, Har- 
riet, in Roxbury (1667 and 1707). 

Parker, Paul, 82 ; r. with his s. Nath'l (1675) ; 
s. of Nathaniel and Judith (Hopkinson) Parker 
(and half-cousin to 1419 and 1594; cousin to 
667, 1060, and 1075 ; and 2d cousin to 25 and 
1027) ; m. Betsey, dau. of Robert Young of 
Pelham, N. H., who d. 1849, aged 74 ; chil- 
dren, Betsey, and Nathaniel, d. y. ; Betsey 
(276); Martha, m. John Richardson; Mary, 
m. Oliver Brown, (half-bro. to 198) ; Nathaniel 
(1675); Judith, m. Jere. Emerson and John 
Hoyt ; Hannah, m. Hezckiah Caldwell ; and 
Jane, m. Gilman Holt. 

Parker, Peter, 40 ; trader, at the old stand 
occupied by his f., Peter (1594), g. f., Moses, 
and on the land owned by his g. g. f, Brad- 
street Parker ; he is (on his father's side) 2d 
cousin to 1385 and 1705 ; and 3d cousin to 784, 
889, 866, 976 and 2291 ; m. 1689 Sarah C, 
dau. of Gardner B. Perry (1794) ; ch., 1599 
Alice C, 11; 1639 Frank P., 9; 1628 
Elizabeth M., 7 ; 1642 Geo. G., 5 ; 1614 
Charlena S., 1 ; and 1702 Wm. G B., born 
1855. 

Parker, Priscilla, 24 ; unm. ; dau. of Benj. 
(1608). 

Parker, Rhoda J., 27; who went to Free- 
port, 111., with her sister Stickney (2186) ; is 
wid. of Christopher W. Parker, who died in 
1852, after returning from California. 

Parker, Sarah, wid. of Nathaniel, s. of Retier 
H. and Ednah (Hardy) Parker ; d. in 1853, 
aged 75 ; ch., Solomon H. (1595) ; Aaron 
(1618) ; Retier H. ; Myra. m. Sam'l K. Gage ; 
Ednah D., m. Tho's Carpenter ; and Nathan'l. 
Mrs. Parker was the only child of Solomon, s. 
of Capt. Eliphalet Hardy, Sen., whose w. was 
Hannah, dau. of Jonas and Ann (Bailey) 
Platts ; and her mother was Sarah, dau. of 
Amos and Sarah (Cottle) Bailey ; so that her 
parents were 2d cousins, and she and her hus- 
band own cousins ; her ch. are related to most 
of the present inhabitants of the town. 

Parker, Sarah, 20 ; school teacher ; dau. of 
Nathaniel (1675) ; unm.; (3d cousin to 1652, 
2112 and 2299.). 

Parker, Silena B., 18 ; school teacher; dau. 
of Nathaniel (1675) ; unm. ; (2d cousin to 
1690). 

Parker, Solomon H., 53 ; s. of Nathaniel 
(1691) ; farmer (formerly tanner and currier) ; 
m. 1692 Sarah Jones (1618) ; ch., Sarah H. 
(2174); and 1698 Susan F., 17. 

Parker Stephen, 72 ; s. of Stephen, son of 
Daniel; b. and s. manf. ; (formerly manf. of 
leather); w. 1671 Mehitable, 69, dau. of 
Wm. Palmer; ch., Alfred (1598); Matilda; 
(1668) ; Mehitable B. (1669) ; and Abigail 
(37). 

Parker, Theodore, 71 ; s. maker ; brother 
to Nathan; m., 1st, Mary, dau. of David 
Marden, who d. 1825 ; m., 2d, Elizabeth, wid. 
of Joseph Noyes, who d. 1832; and in., 3d, 
1647 Hannah, sister to Ezra Hardy; chil- 
dren, Mary d., unm. ; Elvira (1817); War- 
ren L., (1700); Sally C, (820); Dean R. 
(1621); Cynthia A., died young ; George S., 
(1643) ; Cynthia A., and Eliza N., (1620 and 
1631); Emily S., (1634) ; and Susan R.,died 
young. 

Parker, "Warren L., 43 ; machinist; s. of 



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Theo. 1699) ; w. 1665 Mary J., 43, dau. of 
J. Pemberton; ch., 1682 Phineas S., 17; 
1602 Annie, 14; 1663 Mary F., 11; 1604 
Araline, 8 ; 1662 Martha P., b. 1855. 




Warren L. Parker (1700). 

1703 Parker, William H., 34; b. manf. ; s. of 

Wm. (1706); unm. 

1704 Parker, William T., a physician ; was s. of 

Benj., s. of Bradstreet, of this place (1648), d. 
at Roxbury in 1855, aged 37 ; leaving wife, 
Clementine (1619), and s., 1705 William 
Thornton, 5, who were here 1855-6, (and 
went to Haverhill). 

1706 Parker, William, 64 ; b. and s. maker ; bro. 

to Theo. (1699) ; w. 1595 Abigail, 59, dau. 
of Silas Hopkinson (sis. to 1075) ; ch., Julia 
A., m. Amos Boynton, — but she and 2 chil- 
dren d.; Wm. H., (1703); Henry T. (1650); 
Eustace P., d. y. ; Alden B. (1597); and 
Catherine S. (1612). 

1707 Parker, Woodtaridge, 36 ; b. and s. manf. ; 

s. of Daniel (1616 and 1679); w. 1688 Sarah 
P.. (George) 24, who is a dau. of his 2d cousin 
(630) ; ch., 1644 Geo. W., 3 ; 1655 Leonard 
B., 2 ; 1625 Edw'd W., b. 1855. 
Parker, see also, 318, 661, 672, 1009, 1253, 
1385, 1411, 1467, 1716, 1754, and 1981. 

1708 Parsons, Charles, and 1709 Daniel D., two 

bro., from Rye, N. H., were at school here, in 
1851. 
Parsons, and Partridge, see 83, 2183 ; and 
2292. 

1712 Patee, Moors, 33 ; now, freight cashier of B. 

and M. R. Road, at the depot in Boston ; wife 
1711 Jane L. (Noyes), 36, and son, 1710 
Prank W., 9 ; were at J. Balch's winters 
of 1849-50 and 1850-1. He is s. of James of 
Holderness, N. H., and a mason, by trade, be- 
fore he was employed at Melrose by the R. 
R. corporation. 

1713 Patten, Charles, from Amesbury, with bro. 

(1716). 
1716 Patten, Oliver O. ; here awhile, and returned 
to Boxford in 1850; but afterward went to N. 
Bridgewater ; w. 1715 Olinda A. H., dau. 
of Aaron Parker, of Boxford ; ch., 1714 
Clara E., b. Jan. 1, 1849. 
Patten, see also, 70 and 1517. 

1722 Peabody, Caroline E. ; from Boxford ; dau. 

• of Samuel ; taught school here 1853 and 4. 
1724 Peabody, Charles, 62 ; s. maker and farmer; 

5 



s. of Andrew; w. 1736 Sophronia, 64, dau. 
of Enos Carleton of Bradford, and aunt to 
(263) ; ch., Edward C. (1725) ; Cha's ; So- 
phronia (34) ; Geo. (1728); Mehitable (135) ; 
and OtisK. (1732). 
1725 Peabody, Edward C, 42; inspector in Sa- 
lem custom house; s. of Cha's (1724) ; wife, 

1 734 Sarah W., 43. dau. of Enoch Jaques 
of Newburyport ; ch., 1723 Ch's E., 20; 
Harriet M.* d. y. ; 1726 Edward C, and 

1 735 Sarah W., twins, 14 ; Harriet L., d. y. ; 
Ella A., and Mary W., twins, d. y. ; and 1730 
Mary E., 5. 

1728 Peabody, George, 36 ; s. maker; s. of Ch's 
(1724) ; w. 1717 Abigail, 45, dau. of Joseph 
Thomas of Durham, N. H. ; was m., 1st, to 
John B. Marsh, who d. 1837, leaving 3 ch., 
viz. : Mary J. (1159) ; Amanda (1370), and 
J. B. (1371) ; Mr. P's ch., by her, are 1718 
Agnes A., 12; 1727 Florence, 10, and 

1719 Alice F., 9. 

1732 Peabody, Otis K., 33 ; s. maker; s. of Ch's 
(1724); w., 1733 Bhoda P.., 30, dau. of 
Wm. Griffith (699), (his 4th cousin) ; ch., 

1720 Alice J., 6 ; 1729 Lillian M., 3, and 

1721 Andrew, d. y. 

1738 Peabody, Warren P., 24 ; s. of Leonard, of 

Bradford; m. 1737 Susan E., 18 (sister to 
1442), and r. here awhile ; ch., 1731 Nelly, 1. 

1739 Peabody, Washington, s. of Benj., of Nor- 

way, Me. ; unm. ; was here awhile, with his 
sister (1406). 
Peabody, see also 908, 1 776 ; Peak, see 495. 

1740 Pearce, Geo. W., 22; s. maker; came here 

1855. 
Pearce, see also, 1462. Pearson, see 965. 

1741 Pearson, Angier M., 36 ; s. maker; s. of 

Nathan'l, Jr., of Newbury; w., 1743 Mary 
A., 34, dau. of Archibald Pool of George- 
town ; ch., 1742 Henry O., 3, and Mary E., 
b. 1855. Mrs. Pearson m., 1st, Samuel Kil- 
burn, by whom had Hannah E. (1228) ; and 
m., 2d, Abraham Elwell, Jr. of Gloucester, by 
whom had Lydia J. 11; Sarah A., 9; and 
Geo. A., d. y. ; then, Mr. E. d., Oct. 15, 1848. 

1745 Pearson, Sophia, 60 ; dau. of Tho's Savary 

(2033) ; is wid. of John Pearson, who d. in 
Bangor, Me., soon after they were married. 

1746 Pecker, Bart. C. ; a ship-carpenter; son of 

Bart., of Haverhill; d. in 1850, aged 81; 
leaving his w. 1747 Elizabeth, 81, dau. of 
Timothy Curtis of Marblehead ; ch., Mary, m. 
Aaron Coffin ; Tim., d. unm., aged 42 ; Nancy 
(1212) ; Sally, d. y. ; Sally (603) ; Samuel; 
Eliza, m. James Mills ; James, lost at sea ; 
Wm. ; Hannah (771) ; Abigail, m. Patrick 
Johnston; Almyra (2221); and Joseph C. 
(1748). 
1 748 Pecker, Joseph C, 34 ; s. maker ; s. of Bar- 
tholomew C, above; m. 1750 Martha A., 
29, dau. of N. Jameson (1144) ; ch., 1749 Jo- 
seph W., 4. 

1 754 Pemberton, John, s. of James, of Notting- 
ham West, N. H. ; w., 1760 Susanna, 64, 
dau. of Wm., s. of Abraham Parker, Jr. (own 
cousin to 1594, and half-cousin to 1415, and 
1981) ; ch., Eliphalet, d. unm. ; Martha 
(1758); Mary J. (1700); John (1755); 
Phineas, d. unm. ; Rebecca, m. Wm. H. Morse 
(bro. to 1442) ; Tamyson (263) ; Hannah P. 



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[April, 



(2071) ; Sarah E. (2071) ; and Walter L. 
(1761). 

1755 Pemberton, John, 40 ; s. of John (1754) ; a 

dealer in horses, carriages, etc. ; w., 1759 So- 
phia A., 39, dau. of N. Parker (1676); 
adopted ch., Mary S., 10, who was dau. of D. 
A. Morse (1461, 14G5). 

1756 Pemberton, Luther K., 22 ; s. maker ; s. of 

Joseph K. (2177), and g. s. of Abel (a bro. to 
1754); w., 1751 Ann Mary (Balch), 23, 
(82). 
1758 Pemberton, Martha, dau. of Jolm, d. num., 
in 1852, aged 41 ; was 3d cousin to 755, 806, 
854, 1508, 2291 and 1664. 

1761 Pemberton, Walter L., 28; son of John 

(1754); cousin to 1445; 2d cousin to 1417 
and 1681 ; w., 1757 Lydia M., 26, dau. of 
J. Langley (1314); ch., 1753 Geo. W., 3 ; 
and 1752 Benj., b. 1855. 
Pemberton, see also, 1337 and 2177. 

1762 Pender, Ellen, from Haverhill; worked in 

mill. 

Penny, see 11 00. 

1769 Perkins, Geo. "W., s. of John, of Derry, N. 
H. ; taught school here, winter of 1852-3; 
cousin to (2066). 

1774 Perkins, Samuel W., 29 ; boot-crimper and 
treer for Stickney' s manufactory ; s. of John 
Y., of Jackson, N. H. ; came here with 1st w., 
1770 Hannah C. (Farrington), who d. 1852, 
aged 31 ; by whom had a dau., 1766 Eleanor 
V., that d. y. ; (she had, by a former husband, 
Stephen D. Willey, 3 ch., Susan M., Benj. 
F., and Ellen M.) ; his present w. is 1763 
Anna B., 38, dau. of Ezra Foster of Bolton, 
L. C, who m., for her 1st husband, Hiram 
Johnson, who d. 1846, aged 29, by whom had 
Cha's H., 19, EzraF., 16, and Martha C, 13 ; 
(see 1171). 

1776 Perkins, Stephens, 60; here, 1853-4, and 

went to Bradford ; son of Stephen, of Tops- 
field; w., 1765 Elizabeth, 54, dau. of a Ne- 
hemiah Perkins of Wenham ; ch., Enoch, d., 
aged 19; Abigail O., m. Daniel L., bro. to 
(1905) ; Almira A., d. y. ; Emeline A., 27 ; 
Almira, m. Augustus Fish ; Mary E., m. Cal- 
vin Peabody ; Calvin G., d. y. ; 1764 Calvin 
G., 14 ; and 1772 Lydia P., 9. 

1777 Perkins, Thomas W., 46 ; here, 1850-4; s. 

of Archelaus, of Dunbarton, N. H. ; w. 1771 
Jane, 36 ; dau. of Franklin Brooks of Stan- 
stead, Canada ; ch., Israel and Harriet, d. y. ; 
1768 Geo. L, 9 ; Harriet, d. y. ; 1767 Eme- 
line E., 6, and 1773 Mary E., d. y. His 
nephew 1778 Wm., 19, son of Israel Perkins, 
was with him in 1851. 
Perkins, see also, 26. 

1780 Perley, Hannah, 57; unm. ; dau. of Nathan, 

of Georgetown ; has been with her cousin, 
(58) for some time. 

1781 Perley, Lucy, 75; unm.; sister to (1783); 

with her niece (1394). 

1782 Perley, Nathan, 35 ; s. manf., in Haverhill ; 

his home with his f. (1783) ; unm. 

1783 Perley, Nathan, 69 ; formerly tanner and 

currier; is son of Jacob, of Byfield ; w., 1779 
Delia, 66, dau. of Benj. Hills of West New- 
bury ; ch., Delia Ann, d. unm., 1834 ; Moody 
II., d., unm., 1842 ; Samuel (1785); Nathan 
(1782); and Susan Ayer, adopted by her 
aunt in Haverhill. 



1785 Perley, Samuel, 37; s. manf. with brother 

(1 782) ; m. 1 784 Phebe P., 29, dau. of Benj. 
Parker (1608), and went to Haverhill, 1850*; 
ch., Lucy Hale, b. July 5, 1854. 
Perley, see also 53, 824, 2018. 

1786 Perry, Albert, 24; s. of Wm. ; was with his 

mother (2086), 1848-51 ; now at No. 3, 
Aroostook Co., Me. ; m. Emily Peavey. 

1787 Perry, Alvan, H., 34 ; accountant ; s. of Al- 

van, of Norton ; came here and married his 
cousin, 1799 Phebe B., dau. of Gardner B. 
Perry (1794), who died 1851, aged 28, by 
whom had a dau., 1789 Clara B., 4. 

1788 Perry, Charles P., 22 ; trader; s. of Gardner 

B. (1794) ; unm.; went to Greenfield in July, 
1852. 

1790 Perry, Edward H., 24 ; unm. ; s. of Gardner 

B. (1794) ; is a broker in Philadelphia, Pa. 

1791 Perry, Elizabeth L., 31 ; unm.; dau. of 

Gardner B., (1 794) ; has been a school teacher. 
1794 Perry, Gardner B., 72; s. of Nathan and 
Phebe (Braman) Perry of Norton ; is a gradu- 
ate of Union College, N. Y., where he also 
received the degree of D. D., in 1843 ; settled 
as pastor of the church in this place, Sept 28, 
1814; m., 1st, Maria P., dau. of Samuel and 
Mary (Tilton) Chamberlain of Exeter, N. II., 
who d. March 11, 1817, aged 29 ; m., 2d, Eu- 
nice, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Leighton) 
Tuttle of Acton, who d. June 15, 1824, aged 
31; and m., 3d (his present w.), Sarah, dau. 
of Aaron and Elizabeth (Stowell) Brown of 
Groton (182) ; his ch. have been Maria P. 
(2069) ; John K., who d. Feb. 11, 1836, aged 
16; Sarah C. (1681) ; Phebe B. (1787) ; Eli- 
zabeth L. (1791); Gardner B.; Edward H. 
(1790) ; Cha's F. (1788), and Mary Sophia 
(1797). 

1797 Perry, Mary S., 20 ; dau. of G. B. (1794) ; 

unm. ; r. Philadelphia, Pa., most of the time 
since 1850. 

1798 Perry, Parker, about 35 ; here, 1849-50, and 

returned to Lowell ; w., 1796 Margaret 
(Harper) ; ch., 1795 James S., about 10, and 
a pair of twins, b. here, Aug. 19, 1850. 
1800 Perry, Samuel T., 21 ; s. maker ; s. of Wm. 
S., of Exeter, N. H. ; w., 1792 Emily A., 18 ; 
(Adams, 10) ; (had 2 ch. that d. y. ; one born 
1856). His sister, 1801 Sarah H., 15, and 
bro., 1803 Wm. S., 12, see (2086). 
Perry, see also 182, and 2086. 

1804 Pettengill, Mary E., 22 ; sister to (1690) ; 

taught school here in 1853. She was m. to 
Benj. Leverett Kimball (bro. to 1904) in 1855. 

1805 Pettengill, Sarah W., 19 ; dau. of James O., 

of Ogden, N. Y- ; was with her aunt, Foster 
(587), winter of 1854-5; since, m. Gilbert H. 
Scribner, Esq. of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

1806 Phillips, James, 14 ; s. of James, of Haver- 

hill, where he returned ; is a native of Glas- 
gow, Scotland; was with (1808), 1852-4. 
Phillips, see also, 1219. 

1807 Pickard, Daniel W., 25 ; son of Sam'l, of 

Lewiston, Me. ; (nephew of Joshua Coffin of 
Newbury) ; colleague with the senior pastor 
(1794) of the church in this place, since 1853 ; 
in., in 1854, 1808 Helen W., 20, dau. of llev. 
Rich'd Woodhull of Thomaston, Me. 

1817 Pike, Tristram S., 44 ; farmer ; (tanner and 
currier lormerly) ; son of Nathan, of Hampton 




South of Parker River, and near the Old Town Bridge, where Samuel Poor, Esq., 
one of his descendants, now resides, in Newbury, John Poore, from Wiltshire, England, 
came and settled, in 1635 ; the present house being the original one enlarged; and a few 
years after came his brother Samuel, and settled in the same town ; brother Daniel, who 
settled in Andover ; and their sister Alice, who m. George Little ; and from these sprung 
most of the Poors and Littles in this country. 

John Poore, Sen., had 15 ch., and died in 1G84, aged 69; and Sarah his w. died in 
1702. John, s. of John, b. 1642, m. Mary Titcomb, and had 8 ch. ; among them Jonathan, 
b. 1679, m. Rebecca Hale, who had, among their 9 ch., Daniel, b. at the old mansion 1716, 
who in. Ann Merrill of Haverhill, and settled in that part of Haverhill, now Atkinson, 
N. II. ; had 6 ch. ; the 2d of them was Daniel, b. in 1743, who married Sarah, dau. of 
Humphrey Noyes, and had 10 eh. ; among them, the only son that married was Jesse, born 
Nov. 25, 1782, who settled in the West Parish of Haverhill, where he d. in 1847; whose 
ch. were Alfred, now in Groveland ; Harriet, died young ; Elizabeth H, m. Benjamin E. 
Emery ; Amos B. and Ira N., who are married, and reside with their mother on the home- 
stead in West Haverhill. 



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35 



Falls, N.H.; m., 1st, 1813 Elvira, dau. of T. 
Parker (1G99), who <1. in 1850, aged 39 ; and 
m., 2d, 1815 Hannah F., 41, dau. of Benj. 
Darling of Thornton, N. H. ; ch., Mary J. 
(419) ; Julia A. (2138) ; 1812 Daniel S., 17 
(with his uncle Dean) ; 1811 Ch's W., 15 ; 
1816 Sarah E. H., 13 (with her g. parents at 
H., since 1850) ; 1814 Geo. Frank, 7 ; 1818 
Wm. T., 1 ; also with him, g. ch. Albert, 5, 
(whose mother is now wife of 419). 

1821 Pillsbury, Gorham P., s. of Simeon, of New- 

bury, was here 1849-50; w., 1823 Sally 
(Cutter) of Newburyport; ch., 1819 Burtie, 
b. and d. 1850. 

1822 Pillsbury, John D., 40; machinist; son of 

Dole, of Georgetown ; went to Rochester, N. 
H., 1852 ; w., 1824 Sarah C, 29, daughter 
of Lei^hton Johnson (1172) ; ch., 1820 Geo. 
D., 5. 
1825 Pillsbury, "Walter D., 34 ; machinist in Sa- 
vary's manufactory ; unm. ; bro. of (1822) ; 
came from Georgetown in 1850 ; left, and 
came again in 1854. 
Pillsbury, see also 200 and 1219. 

1828 Pindergrass, James, about 23 ; an Irishman ; 

here awhile in 1851 ; w., 1826 Bridget 
(High), 44 ; ch., 1827 James M., 4. 

1829 Pingrey, Lydia, 79 ; of Salisbury, N. H. ; 

was with her son (1861), awhile ; dau. of 
Stephen Nelson ; m., 1st, John Quimby, who 
d. 1814, by whom had Thomas W., and John 
N. ; since that m., 2d, Dudley Grant; and, 3d, 
Wm. Pinsrey. 

1830 Pingrey, Phineas, 18 ; s. of John, of Rowley ; 

was with (771) 1854-5. 

1832 Pitman, Eben. M., 31, b. and s. maker; from 
Exeter, N. H., 1855 ; s. of Sam'l of Barnstead, 
N. H. ; w., 1835 Mary L., 30, dau. of Tho's 
Tuttle of Stratham, N H. ; ch., 1833 Geo. E., 
7 ; 1834 Mary A., 5 ; and 1831 Ch's O., 2. 

1837 Piatt, James H., 25 ; engineer in the bag 
mill, S. Groveland ; son of Peter ; was from 
Staley Bridge, Eng. ; w., 1838 Sarao, dau. of 
Joab Jones, and cousin to Mrs. Parker (1695), 
where they boarded ; ch., 1836 Arietta L., 1 ; 
b. in Lawrence. 

1839 Plummer, Laura, 10 ; with (1817), 1855-6 ; 

from Campton, N. H. ; is dau. of Joseph, son 
of Joseph of Meredith, N. II. 
Plummer, see also 200, 2418. Pool, see 1741. 

1840 Poor, Alfred, 37 ; name to Groveland Jan., 

1847, and been with Peter Parker ; unm. ; s. 
of Jesse Poor, late of W. Haverhill, my native 
place ; where, also, my mother was born, who 
was daughter of Woodbridge, a son of Amos 
Bailey, from this place ; consequently, rela- 
ted to most of the descendants of the first 
settlers of this town ; for instance, cousin to 
894 ; 2d cousin to 670, 1014, 1598, 1649, 1687, 
1695, 1707 ; 3d cousin to 95, 98, 630, 663, 1069, 
1071, 1240, 1358, 1415, 2042, 217 1 , 2313; 4th 
cousin to 490, 694, 826, 835, 1028, 1072, 1152, 
1155, 1360, 1678, 1695 ; 5th cousin to 1048, 
1533, 1842; and 6th ccusin to 631, 1136, 1291, 
1529 ; also, to others in Groveland, by way of 
Cottle, Day, Hale, Knight, Little, Merrill, 
Spofford, Titcomb, and many more. 

1841 Poor, Angelia, dau. of John D. ; was here 



awhile, in 1854, and returned to her step- 
mother's, in Bradford. 

1842 Poor, Eben. S., 25 ; in Savary's manufactory ; 

unm. ; s. of Eben,, of Georgetown ; cousin to 
(743) ; and 4th cousin to (1048). 

1843 Poor, Lydia A. W., 16 ; dau. of Isaac, of W. 

Newbury ; was here at school, in 1853. 
Poor, see also, 1027, and 1043 ; Porter, see 
132. 

1844 Potter, Fidelia, 21 ; has been with her sister 

Hopkinson (1024), since 1854; unm. 

1845 Powers, Edward, an Irishman, worked for 

Barker, 1854. 

1846 Pressey, Enoch, 65, s. of Hezekiah, of Ames- 

bury ; came here, 1845 ; w., 1849 Ruth, dau. 
of Stephen Ordway, Jr. of W. Newbury ; ch., 
John, (1848) ; and Harrison, (1847). 

1847 Pressey, Harrison, 25 ; r. with his parents 

(1846). 

1848 Pressey, John, 27; unm. ; r.with his f. (1846). 

1850 Prier, Catherine, an Irish girl; with (1564), 

awhile. 

1851 Putnam, Ada, in the mill, 1854 ; see also, 

386, 1036. 

1856 Quealey, William J., 39 ; was a contractor 
with Murphy (1478), in building the N. P. R. 
Railroad ; here in 1851 ; s. of Michael, of 
Freshford, Kilkenny Co., Ireland ; w., 1852 
Catherine, (Dewyer), of same place ; ch., 
Hannah, d. v. ; Michael, and John J., twins, 
b. 1844 ; Edw'd F., d. y. ; 1855 Wm. D., 7 ; 
1854 Francis J., 6 ; and 1853 Edw'd D., 
b. here, 1851. Mr. Q. employed about fifty 
Irishmen on the road here, which we cannot 
name without great expense to us. Since 
here, he has been in Saugus, 1852-3 ; Dan- 
vers, 1853-5, and now is in Taunton. 

1859 Quimby, Elizabeth N\, 20 ; unm.; at home 
(1861). 

1861 Quimby, John !N\, 55 ; s. maker ; s. of John 

(1829) ; w., 1860 Elizabeth T.,47, (Bur- 
bank 230) ; ch., Elizabeth N. (1859) ; 1857 
AlonzoL., 18; and 1858 Caroline B., 15 

1862 Quimby, John W., 18 ; s. of Moses, of East 

Haverhill ; was here awhile, with (2302), and 
others. 

1863 Quiney, Hazen, 23 ; from Bath, N. II.; with 

(542), 1851. 

1864 Quinn, John, about 23 ; English; with (2033), 

winter of 1851-2 ; went to Haverhill. 

Ramsdell, see 685, 2010; and Band, 1240. 

1865 Redan, Margaret, in the mill awhile. 

1866 Redmayne, Joseph, from England ; with 

(1905), awhile ; and went to Haverhill. 

1867 Reedy, Mary A., 20; dau. of Thomas and 

Bridget (Hannan) Reedy of Limerick, Lime- 
rick Co., Ireland ; was in the mill. 

1874 Reed, Jacob W., 50 ; attorney and counsel- 
lor at law ; s. of Abel, of Andover, N. H., 
whose ancestors lived in Woburn and vicinity ; 
m. 1876 RhuhamaB., dau. of "Wm. and Rhu- 
hama (Burbank) Tenny (2251) ; ch., Celina 
L., m., in 1851, Benj. Dutton of Hartford, Vt, 
and has a s., Wm., b. 1852 ; Sarah A., (220) ; 
Hiram T, d.y. ; 1869 Edw'd P., 20 ; and 
1873 Helen A., 17. 



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1878 Reed, "Waterman. 37 ; s. of Abel, and half- 
bro. to (1874) ; b. maker; went to Newbury- 
port in 1854 ; w., 1868 Deborah A., 38, dau. 
of R. Lunt (1354) ; first m. John Dexter, who 
was lost at sea four days after ; ch., 1870 Eli- 
za A., 13 ; 1877 Sara A., 11 ; 1879 Wm. 
W., 10 ; and 1875 Mary J., 8. 

1880 Reed, William, an Englishman ; was here 
awhile; w., 1872 Hannah, dau. of David 
Sharp, also of England ; ch., 1871 Elizabeth. 

1884 Renton, George K., 32 ; s. maker ; s. of Rich- 

ard (1891) ; w., 1892 Sarah E., 24, dau. of 
H. Hills (966). 

1885 Renton, Hannah K., 21 ; nnm., dau. of Rich- 

ard (1891) ; has been with her sister Martino, 
since autumn of 1851. 

1888 Renton, John A., 39 ; machinist ; s. of R. 
(1891) ; (b. in England) ; w., 1886 Hannah 
R., 35, dau. of B. Burbank (230) ; ch., 1889 
Mary E., 14; 1883 Emma F., 12; 1893 
Susan M., 11 ; 1882 Ben, 9; 1887 Janette 
F.,6; and 188] Annie, 3. 

1891 Renton, Richard, CO; formerly a currier by 
trade ; s. of John of Hoxton, a suburb of Lon- 
don, England ; came here in 1816; w., 1890 
Mary, 61, dau. of John Anstee, of Dunstable, 
England ; ch., John A. (1888) ; Mary A., m. 
John Martino of New York ; 1894 Susette, 
nnm., r. most of her time with her sister, at N. 
York ; George K., (1884) ; Wm. A. (1896) ; 
Rebecca D. (1585) ; Sarah W. (2194) ; Tho's 
H. (1895) ; Jane C. (1509) ; and Hannah K., 
(1885). 

1895 Renton, Tho's H., 24; s. maker; unm. ; son 

of R. (1*91). 

1896 Renton, William A., 29 ; s. maker ; unm. ; s. 

of R. (1891) ; one of the Co. of " Ancient 
Harmonics" (2039). 

Repell, see 1441 ; Reynolds, 249 and 1776. 

1899 Reynolds, Edward J., 17 ; born at Hono- 

lulu, Oahu Island; s. of Stephen, who went 
from Boxford, where his ancestors lived ; came 
here to the Academy in 1852. 

1900 Reynolds, George, 26 ; s. maker ; s. of Theo- 

dore, of Boxford, and g. nephew of (248) ; 
m., 1904 Lucy A., 20 ; his 5th cousin ; the 
dau. of Philip Kimball, of Bradford, and a 
niece of (1240). 

1902 Reynolds, Leonard, 37 ; s. maker; r. in the 
house with his bro. Luther (1 905), 1854-5 ; w., 
1910 Sarah M., 30, dau. of John Bradley of 
Hampstead, N. H. ; ch., 1 903 Leverett A., 8, 
and 1906 Mary E., 6. 

1905 Reynolds, Luther, 30; s. maker; bro. to 
George (1900) ; m. 1909 Sarah A., 28, his 
father's 4th cousin, namelv, a dau. of Geo. and 
Sarah (Parker) Carleton (263) ; ch., 1908 
Roswell H, 7 ; 1897 Ch's E., 5 ; 1907 
Mary J. W., 4 ; 1898 Edson D., 2 ; and 
8,1901 Julia M., 1. 

1911 Rice, George W., 31 ; s. maker ; s. of Martin, 
of Boston ; came here in 1835, and m. 1912 
Hannah H., 24, dau. of A. W. Nelson (1485), 
in 1851. 

1913 Rice, Henry C, 22 ; bro. to Geo. W. (1911) ; 
s. maker; came here 1855. 

1919 Richardson, Betsey, d. unm., at her brother 
David's (1921), in 1851, aged 67. 

1921 Richardson. David, 64 ; s. maker; s. of Jo- 
seph ; w., 1 93 J Mary H., 55, dau. of Enoch 



Little ; ch., Lydia A. (504) ; Elvira N. (2269) 5 
Elbridge A. (1924) ; and 1933 Mary E., 16. 

1924 Richardson, Elbridge A., 26 ; s. maker; s. 
of David (1921); w., 1918 Asenath J., 24 ; 
dau. of Jesse Cross of Cornish, N. H. ; ch., 
1916 Aphia J., d. y. ; 1917 Aphia J., 3 
1925 Elbridge M., 1 ; (and a son, William 
Eaton, b. at W. Newbury June 15, 1856). 

1927 Richardson, Hannah, half-sister to Mrs. 
Noyes (1530) ; was blind 13 years ; died unm., 
in 1854, aged 68. 

1929 Richardson, John, a twin bro. to David 
(1921) ; s. maker; m., 1st, Lavinia, dau. of 
Stephen Bailey of West Newbury, by whom 
had John, who d., leaving 1 son ; 3 that d.y. ; 
Sarah, 28, who m., in 1852, Daniel H.Emer- 
son of Hampstead, N. H. ; and Amos, d. y. ; 
m., 2d, 1935 Polly, 56, dau. of Jona. Currier 
of Methuen, by whom has had Lavinia, d. y. ; 
1920 Ch's H., 19 ; 1926 Gilman, 18 ; 1931 
Lueinda J., 16 ; and 1923 Edward, 12. 

1936 Richardson, Pottle, who was with George 
Eaton, on the Nath'l Woodman place, 1848- 
50, and returned to Newburyport ; is son of 
Pottle, of Methuen ; w., 1915 Anna R., 44, 
dau. of Joseph Clement, of N, ; ch., 1932 
Mary A. ; 1914 Albina, 23 ; 1922 David 
N., 20; 1928 Harriet M., 19 ; 1930 Jo- 
seph C, 17; 1938 Wade H., 12; 1939 
Warren A., 9 ; 1 937 Tho's C, 6 ; and, since 
they left, Ch's H., 2, and Geo. E., b. 1855. 
Richardson, see also 1530, and 1680. 

1940 Richards, Henry G., a native of Portland, 

Me. ; worked for Barker, spring of 1854. 

1941 Rich, Samuel, a native of West Bradford; 

went there to live after the division of the 
town. 

1943 Ricker, Alexander C, 34 ; s. maker; s. of 
Ch's W., of Lee, N. H. (1954) ; came here, 
and m. 1942 Abigail A., 25, dau. of Reuben 
Sawyer. 

1950 Ricker, Josiah L., 37; s. maker; brother to 
Alex. C. (1943) ; came here 1835, and m. 
1955 Rebecca R., 44, dau. of Simon Hardy 
(whom., 1st, Jacob Towns); ch., 1^)45 Ed- 
ward C, 18 ; 1953 Mary J., 16 ; and Geo. 
L., d. y. 

1952 Ricker, Mary J., 43 ; unm. ; dau. of (1954). 

1954 Ricker, Mehitable, 74 ; wid. of Ch's W., and 
dau. of Alex. Cooper of S. Berwick, Me. ; r. 
Dover, N. H., and vicinity, until she came here 
with her ch., viz. : Mary J. (1952) ; Wm. 
(1958) ; Josiah L. (1950) ; Alex. C. (1943) ; 
and Susan L. (1282). 

1958 Ricker, Wm., 40 ; s. maker ; bro. to Alex. C. 

(1950); came here, and m. 1946 Eliza P., 
38, dau. of Enoch Harriman (929) ; ch., 1944 
Ch's W., 19; 1956 Sarah E., 16; 1957 
Wm. H., 13; 1948 Enoch H., 11; 1947 
Emily P., 7 ; 1951 Mary A., 4 ; and 1949 
Harrison O., 1. 
Ricker, see also, 1284. 

1959 Ridgeway, James L., b. 1837 ; son of Moses 

M.; (r. opposite the lower parish church), in W. 
Newbury; at school here in 1852, but has since 
deceased. 

1960 Riley, Margaret, an Irish girl ; with (1626), 

1851. 

1961 Ring, Daniel, 18; s. maker; son of Tim. K., 



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of Killarney, Kerry Co., Ireland ; was here 
1852—5. 

1962 Eoaeh, "William, 19 ; s. of John of Glan- 

worth, Cork Co., Ireland; here 1855-6. 
Eoaeh, see also, 1501. 

1963 Boaf, Andrew J., 22 ; s. of Thomas, of New- 

buryport ; was with (2414), winter of 1852-3 ; 
b. in Newcastle, N. H. 

1964 Bobbins, William S., 24 ; s. maker ; son of 

Josiah ; was here awhile, and returned to 
Georgetown. 

1965 Robinson, Elizabeth, 20 ; a native of New- 

buryport; in the miirawhile. 

1966 Bock, John, 23 ; and 1967 Patrick, 30 ; sons 

of James, of Garristown, Ireland ; worked for 
J. E. Fisk, occasionally, 1852 — 5. In the mean 
time John went to California, and returned to 
Salem. 

1970 Rogers, James V., 41 ; timber dealer (form- 

erly school teacher) ; s. of Wm., of Newbury ; 
came here in 1850; w., 1972 Lois S.,41, dau. 
of Elijah Hall (719) ; ch., Hendrick, d. y.; 
and 1969 James Byron, 5. 

1971 Rogers, John, 19 ; with his uncle E. B. S., 

1851-2; s. of Hiram of Loudon, N. H. (2183) ; 
and his sister 1973 Myra, 15, was, also, with 
her aunt Rundlett (1993), 1853-4. 

1974 Rogers, Sophia, sometimes with her dau. 

Griffith (693), before she died in 1853 ; was 
dau. of Obadiah Hills of W. Newbury ; b. in 
1789; m. Aaron Rogers, who was drowned 
in 1819, leaving 2 ch., Benj. S., and Sophia 
(693). 

1975 Rogers, Wm. D., s. of Shubael D. ; b. in Troy, 

N.Y., in 1838; was with James V. (1970), 
1854-5. 

1976 Rogers, Wm , 24 ; s. of Wm., of Georgetown ; 

m. 1968 Harriet Cooke, 23, (378) ; here, 
1851-2 ; returned to G., where they have 2 
ch., Melvin and Eva. 
Rogers, see also, 450, 875, and 1589. 

1978 Rollins, Eliphalet, 51 ; farmer ; s. of Joseph, 
(1981); w., 1977 Alice, 43, dau. of Sam'l and 
Hannah (Goodrich) George; (cousin to 1067); 
ch., 1779 Henry G., 17; and 1982 Sarah 
A., 14. 

1 980 Rollins, Mary S., 49 ; unm. ; with her mother 

(1981). 

1981 Rollins, Rachel, 86 ; wid. of Joseph ; is dau. 

of Nath'l Parker, (and sister to 1680) ; m., 1st, 
Wm. Latham, by whom had Judith (1071 ; 
and m., 2d, Mr. R., by whom had Wm. M. 
1983; Hannah, (2247) ; Eliphalet (1978); 
Sarah D., d. unm., aged 22 ; Mary S., twin to 
S. D. (1980); and Ch's P. 

1983 Rollins, Wm. M., 55 ; unm. ; far. and s. mak. ; 

r. with his mother. 

1984 Rollins, William, (sometimes calling himself 

Rice) ; was with (194) a short time, and left 
for parts unknown, spring of 1 855. 

1985 Ross, Charles H. ; bro.to wives of (542) and 

(1398) ; was with F. 1850-1 (2082) ; also, he 
was bro. to 1986 Gayton O., and 1987 John 
B., who were at the same place awhile. 
1988 Ross, Julia O., 22 ; unm. ; adopted by S. Kim- 
ball (1267) ; is dau. of AVm. and Martha 
(Carleton) Ross of Boxford. 
BOSS, see 2082, 2233; Rowe, 277, 621. 



1989 Rowe, Seth, was in this place awhile. 

1990 Rowell, Charles E. ; at school here in 1851 ; 

is s. of Ch's L., of W. Amesbury. 

1991 Rugg, Wm. H., 15 ; was with (2291), 1853— 

6, and returned to Boxford ; s. of Wm. 

1993 Rundlett, Edmund P. 47 ; a native of Exe- 

ter, N. H. ; came here to work at the trade of a 
tanner and currier; s. of David; m. 1992 
Catherine H, 42, dau. of J. M. Stickney 
(2183); ch., 1998 Julia A., 24; m. Daniel 
Davis, went to Bradford, and has Eugene Sue 
Edw'd L. (1994) ; 2000 Lucius" P. 19 
1996 John P., 17; 2001 Oliver S., 12 
1995 Elizabeth A., 8 ; 1999 Kate A., 5 
and 1997 Josephine, d. y. 

1994 Rundlett, Edw'd L., 22 ; s. maker ; unm. ; s. 

of (1993). 

Sampson, see 295. 

2002 Sanborn, Jeremiah B., 29 ; blacksmith ; son 
of Matthew, of Pittsfield, N. H. ; came here 
in 1849 ; w., 2003 Mahala B., 29, dau. of 
Tho's Holmes of Waterville, Vt. 
Sanborn, see also, 173; Sanchris, see 723. 

2004 Sanford, George B., 28 ; s. maker ; (original 
name Edwin M. Burbank, 234) ; left this place 
about 1851. 

2010 Sargent, George M., 33 ; s. maker ; s. of Na- 
than (2017); w., 2015 Martha T., 31, dau. 
of Wm. Ramsdell of Lynn ; ch., 2014 Mar- 
tha E., 10, and 2020 Waldo, 7. 

2016 Sargent, Nathan, Jr., 28 ; s. maker; son of 

Nathan (2017); w., 2012 Laura M., 28, dau. 
of John Hardy (816) ; ch., 2008 Eustace 
W., 8 ; 2006 Clarence S., 5 ; and 2009 
Frank W., 2. 

201 7 Sargent, Nathan, 58 ; s. maker ; s. of Ezekiel, 

of VV. Amesbury ; came here when he m. 
2007 Elizabeth, 56, dau. of Richard Kent 
of Newbury ; ch., George M., (2010) ; Eliza- 
beth (2274); Nathan, d. y. ; Nathan, (201G) ; 
and Warren, (2021). 

2018 Sargent, Rodney, 31; was in S. Groveland, 

winter of 1852-3, and went to Dan vers ; w., 
2013 Martha B., 30, dau. of Warren Perley 
of Dunbarton, N. H, (niece of 824) ; ch!, 
George, d. y. ; and 2005 Ann E., 5. 

2021 Sargent, Warren, 24 ; mason and s. maker; 

s. of Nathan (2017) ; w., 2019 Sophia G., 24, 
dau. of Osborne Moore, of N. Edgecomb. 
Me., ch., 2011 Herbert S., 1. 
Sargent, see also, 347, 639. 

2022 Saunders, Ezekiel, 75, who came from Row- 

ley in 1833 ; s. of Wm., of St. Johns, N. B. ; 
is a cordwainer; w., 2023 Sarah, 71, dau. of 
Nathaniel Burpee of Georgetown ; ch., Julia 
G., m. Albert Nelson ; Sarah M., m. John 
Dorman ; Emma (1529) ; and 2, d. y. 
Saunders, see also, 25, 699, 2067, and 2416. 

2025 Savary, Betsey, whod. in 1851, aged 80, — at 

the house where her father, Joseph Kimball, 
lived ; (sister to 180) ; was the 2d w. of Jona- 
than Savary, who d. in Derry, N. H. 

2026 Savary, Ch's G., 34 ; b. and s. manf., with his 

cousin, Frank : s. of Joseph (2041) ; w., 2045 
Martha E., 36, dau. of Wm. Griffith (699) ; 
ch., 2030 Edw'd, 13 ; 2046 Martha J, 10 ; 
and 2040 Joseph W., d. y. 

2027 Savary, Ch's P., 27 ; s. maker; s. of Thomas 



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(2035) w., 2047 Sarah H., 26, (Balch 82) ; 
ch. 2049 Wm. P. 3. 

2028 Savary, Clara L., 18 ; unm. dau. of George 

(2033). 

2029 Savary, Eben R., 23 ; s. maker ; s. of Joseph ; 

unm. ; is one of the " Ancient Harmonics" 
(2039). 

2031 Savary, Frank, 26 ; unm. ; r. with his mother 

(2042) ; manf.,with his cousin, Ch's G., at the 
old stand of his father. 

2032 Savary, Geo. Thos., 28 ; s. of Geo. (2033) ; 

w., 2043 Margarette C, 27, dau. of John 
Tappan (2238). 

2033 Savary, George ; a son of Tho's ; d. in 1853, 

aged 60 ; m. Louisa, 53, dau. of Benj. Balch, 
(bro. to 99), of Salem; ch., Martha W. 
(1626) ; George T. (2032) ; Frank (2031) ; 
Clara, and Mary R., d. y. ; 2048 Wm. H., 
20, a member of Yale College : Lucy A., d. 
y. ; Clara L. (2028) ; and 2024 Benj. B., 15, 
clerk for an apothecary, in Lawrence. 
2035 Savary, Hannah H., 30 ; sister to Ch's P. ; 
m. Sam'l Balch, half-bro. to her cousin (98) ; 
and removed to Byfield. 

2038 Savary, John H., 30 ; dealer in horses, etc. ; 

s. of Joseph (2041) ; w., 2044 Maria A., 27, 
(Tyler 2291); ch., 2034 Geo., d. y. 

2039 Savary, Jos. Augustus, 26 ; teacher of mu- 

sic, — and he, with 2 younger bros., and Wm. 
A. Benton, compose the company of " Ancient 
Harmonics ; " m. 2039a Caroline D., 24, 
dau. of Nath'l Jameson (1144). 

2041 Savary, Joseph, 53 ; s. of Thomas; employed 

by his s., Ch's G., and nephew, Frank, in their 
business ; w., 2037 Jane P., 56, dau. of 
Dudley Griffin of Gloucester ; ch., Charles G. 
(2026) ; J. Haraden (2038) ; J. Augustus 
(2039) ; E. Rollins (2029), and 2036 Henry 
Solon, 16. 

2042 Savary, Louisa, wid. of Geo. ; see (2033). 
Savary, see also, 670, 672, 1392, 1566, 1745, 

2182, and 2300. 

2054 Sawlkins, Richard, 33; who was here 1854- 
5 ; went to Lynn ; is a shoe-maker ; s. of John, 
from Barham parish, Kent Co., England ; w., 
2050 Catherine E., 32, dau. of John Car- 
roll of Cape Breton Is., N. S.; ch., 2053 Rich- 
ard H, 9 ; 2051 Eliza A. C, 7 ; 2055 
Wm. C, 4 ; and 2052 John K., 2. 

2056 Sawyer, Abel, 84 ; a gentleman bachelor ; s. 
of Abel, of West Newbury ; has boarded with 
(2182) over 25 years. 

2058 Sawyer, Ch's H., 18; s. of William; with his 

uncle Reuben (2062), in 1851. 

2059 Sawyer, Daniel L., 18 ; who was with Wm. 

0. Sides, 1854-5 ; is son of Moses L., of 
Haverhill. 

2060 Sawyer, Elbridge A., 21 ; s. of Reuben 

(2062) ; went to California in 1853. 

2061 Sawyer, Praziette B., 15 ; a native of 

Sharon, Me. ; was with Eben. Greenough, 
1849—51. 

2062 Sawyer, Reuben, 48 ; s. maker and farmer ; 

s. of Jacob, from Newbury ; w., 2057 Betsey, 
51, dau. of S. Hardy (and sister to 837) ; ch., 
Abigail A. (1943) ; Elbridge A. (2000) ; Rho- 
da A. (2342) ; and 2063 Riland W., 16. 
Sawyer, see also, 1314. 

2064 Scates, John G., 23, and 2065 Lucius L., 
21, sons of Joseph 11., of Georgetown ; were 
here in 1854. 



2066 Searle, Abbie D., 18; dau. of Jacob; unm. 

2067 Searle, Abigail M., 59 ; wid. of Jacob; is dau. 

of Abel, s. of John Saunders ; and is cousin 
to (694 and 2313). 

2068 Searle, Jacob, who d. in 1855, aged 57; was 

a shoe-maker ; s. of Stephen, of Georgetown ; 
had by w. Abigail (2067), Abbie D. (2066) ; 
and a Sarah L., that d. y. 

Seavey, see 197, and 719. 

.2069 Shackford, Maria P., 38; frequently with 
her half-sister, Parker (1681, 1794) ; was m. 
to Doct. Wm. Henry Shackford, by whom had 
a son, 2070 Wm. G., 15 ; and since he d., in 
1842, she and her son have made their home 
with Capt. Wm. Shackford, her husband's 
father, in Portsmouth, N. H. 

Sharp, see 1880 ; and Shattuck, see 1601. 

2071 Shaw, Charles A., 33 ; carpenter; came here 
in 1843 ; m., 1st, 2074 Sarah E., who d. in 
1854, aged 29; and,. 2d, her sister, 2072 Han- 
nah P., 32, daughters of J. Pemberton 
(1754) ; he is s. of James M. Shaw of Green- 
land, N. H. 

2073 Shaw, Mary A, 35 ; unm. ; sister to (2071) ; 
here, 1854. 
Shaw, see also, 1278 ; Short, see 635. 

2075 Shoff, John H., about 33 ; was with (1728), in 
1851 ; he was s. of John, who formerly lived 
here. 

2082 Sides, Mary J., 19 ; dau. of Wm. O. (2086) ; 
m. Ch's H., s. of John Ross of Newburyport 
(1985), and has — ch. 

2085 Sides, Thomas A., 21 ; s. maker ; s. of (2086) ; 

w., 2077 Elizabeth O., 19, dau. of Daniel 
Carr of Newbury, bro. to John (271) ; ch., 
2078 Esther W., b. 1855. 

2086 Sides, William O., 45 ; came from Ports- 

mouth, N. H., his native place, in 1841 ; is a 
s. maker ; s. of George, who came from Lon- 
don, Eng. ; m., 1st, Elizabeth Burbank, of 
Salem ; by whom had Ch's W. (2342) ; Eliza 
E. (414); Tho's A. (2085) ; Mary J. (2082); 
Sarah H. (2224); 2080 Hannah M., 17; 

2083 Roseltha, 16 ; 2079 Geo. S., 14; So- 
phia T, d. v.; 2076 Catherine T., 11 ; Es- 
ther W., d. y., and Augustus, d. in 1846, three 
days before his mother deceased. Mr. S. m., 
2d, 2081 Mary E., 48, dau. of Sylvanus Mc- 
Card of Montville, Me. ; by whom has had 

2084 Sam'l, 4. Mrs. S. m., 1st, Wm. S. 
Perry, who d. in 1843, by whom she had 7 ch., 
viz. :' Joseph T ; Mary E. ; Albert (1786); 
Wm. J., d. y. ; Sam'l T., (1800) ; Sarah H. 
(1801) ; and Wm. S. (1803). 

Silver, and Simpson, see 66, and 229. 

2087 Simpson, George ; and his wife, 2088,— 

elderly persons from Haverhill ; were in the 
Wallingford house, winter of 1850-1, and re- 
turned to H, where their ch. lived. 

2089 Skeyen, James, Jr., an Irishman, died in 

S. Groveland, 1851, aged 22. 

2090 Slyne, John, 20 ; s. of Michael and Mary of 

" Anglesboro," Limerick Co., Ireland ; in the 
mill, 1855-6. 

2091 Smith, Austin F., (formerly Joseph W.), 27 ; 

s. of Thomas, of W. Newbury (1530) ; wife, 
2106 Sophronia M., 23, (Brown 199) ; ch., 



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2095 Edwin L., 3. His bro., 2092 Ch's H., 
18, is sometimes here. 
2093 Smith, Charles ; supposed to have been an 
Englishman ; was with Abner Hardy a short 
time. 

2096 Smith, Eliza, a girl in the mill awhile. 

2097 Smith, Emily M., 18 ; dau. of David, of W. 

Newbury ; was at the academy here, in 1853 ; 
since that time m. Romulus, s. of Moses Jaques 
(and bro. to 2303). 

2098 Smith, Geo. C, 24 ; taught school in South 

G., winter of 1853-4 ; s. of John, of Salem, 
N. H. 

2099 Smith, Harriet, 49 ; wid. of Sewall A., and 

dau. of* Win. F. Darling of Portland, Me. ; 
here, winter of 1853-4, and went to Lynn ; 
her ch. have been Margaret A., and Elizabeth 
A., who d. y.; Wm. F. D. ; Martha A. (2322) ; 
and 2094 Edw'd L. C, 21 ; with his mother. 

2101 Smith, Jasiel, 40 ; s. of Jasiel, of Wilton, Me. ; 

staid with (126), at times; w., 2100 Jane, 34 
(sis. to 104) ; ch., Caroline and Ellen, r. in 
Me., and Ch's S., b. here in 1855. 

2102 Smith, Mary E., a girl, in the mill a short 

time. 

2103 Smith, Mary 3?. Jane, 25 ; dau. of James 

and Lois, of Exeter, N. H. ; was in the mill. 

2104 Smith, Rachel, wid. of James; r. here awhile, 

before she m. her 3d husband, E. Gowin ; is 
dau. of John Cooper of W. Newbury ; m., for 
her 1st husband, Jona., s. of Wm. George of 
E. Haverhill ; by whom had Abigail (763) ; 
John (622) ; Miriam, m. Benj. McKinstry, 
whose dau., Rebecca P., b. in W. Newbury, 
1837, was in the mill awhile; Catherine S. 
(754) ; Levi B. (623) ; and Betsey and 
Lucy, that d. y. 

2105 Smith, Sarah, 60 ; dau. of Eliphalet Danforth 

(70) ; has, by Warren F. Smith, a dau., Sarah 
E., who m. her cousin (426). 

2107 Smith, Tho's E., 7 ; s. of John H. ; adopted 

by his uncle Watson. 

2108 Smith, William H., 21 ; s. of Joseph A., of 

Rochester, N. Y. ; with (2086), 1852-3, and 
returned to Hampstead, L. Island, where his 
f. now resides. 
Smith, and Somerby, see 719, 2330, and 685. 

2109 Somers, Anna B., 17 ; daughter of Dennis; 

and sister to Mrs. Flanergan ; here, 1854-6; 
(went to S. Hampton, N. H., Nov., 1856, with 
her mother, who m., after her f. d., David 
Southerland). 

2110 Somes, Ch's B., 29 (formerly Moses B.) ; is a 

mason and s. maker ; brought up by his g. 
mother (1667) ; m. 2112 Emily R., 25, dau. 
of John T. Foster (585); ch., 2111 Ellen 
Augusta, 1. 

2113 Somes, Rich'd P., 26; bro. of Cha's B. ; s. 

maker. 

Sompayrac, see 1441 ; and Souther, see 672. 

2114 Spellman, Patrick, about 45 ; an Irishman, 

from Galway Co.; was with (2033), winter of 
1852-3. 

2115 Spencer, Geo., 18 ; s. of James, of Sanford, 

Me. ; s. maker ; came here 1853 ; also, his 
bro. 2115* Sam'l L., 25, came to work in the 
mill, 1855. 

2116 Spiller, Elizabeth Z., 30 ; dau. of Benj., of 

Rowley ; was with John Fegan (532), (whose 



1st w. was her sister) 1853-5. Her dau. 1168 
Sarah S. Jewett, 4, was with her. 

2117 SpoSbrd, Aphia T., 21; school teacher; 

unm. ; dau. of Jere. (2123). 

2118 Spofford, Cecelia P., 29 ; dau. of Jere. 

(2123) ; m. Wm. Downie (487), in 1855. 

2119 Spofford, Gage, 51 ; worked tor S. H. (927), 

summer of 1851 ; is s. of Parker, of George- 
town, where his family remained. 

2121 Spoflford, Herscheli A., 34 ; shoe manufac- 

turer, with his bro. (2122) ; is s. of (2123) ; 
w., 2129 Sarah, 32, dau. of (2171). 

2122 Spoflford, Jere. Morris, 26; dentist; also, 

manf. with bro. (2121) ; w., 2124 Martha J., 
24, dau. of Wm. H.Nichols (1517); ch., 2127 
Retinoid, b. and d. 1855. 

2123 Spoflford, Jeremiah, 68 ; a physician; settled 

here in 1817 ; is s. of Jere.. of Georgetown ; 
m. a g. dau. of his g. father's half-bro., viz. : 
Mary A., dau. of Eleazer Spofford ; ch., Lau- 
ra A. (45) ; Charles W. ; Charlotte E., m. her 
2d cousin, Geo. W. Chaplin ; Herscheli A. 
(2121); Mary P. (2126); Cecelia P.(2118); 
J. Morris (2122); Lucy T., d. y. ; and Aphia 
T. (2117). 
2126 Spofford, Mary P., dau. of Jeremiah; a 
teacher of drawing in Bradford Academy ; (d. 
unm., in 1856, aged 32). 

2130 Spofford, Temperance, 78 ; unm. sister of 

Jeremiah (2123). 

2131 Spofford, Wm. H., 22 ; s. maker ; s. of Wm. 

H., of Georgetown ; came here in 1854 ; wife, 
2128 Sarah J., 21, dau. of Geo. AVillard of 
Peru, Vt ; ch., 2120 Henry Willard, born 
Dec. 14, 1855. 
Spofford, see also, 1840. 

2132 Stackpole, Tho's R., was here in 1853, when 

he went to Charlestown ; his wife and their 
ch. have not been here since 1847, when they 
went to South Berwick, Me. 

2138 Stacy, Joseph C, 22; in Savary's manufac- 
tory ; s. of Timothy (2142) ; m. 2139 Julia 
A., 19, dau. of T. S. Pike (1817) ; ch., 2134, 
Ch's H., 1. 

2141 Stacy, T. Augustus, 24 ; s. maker ; s. of Tim. 

(2142) ; w., 2135 Harriet M., 19, dau. of P. 
Stillman of Rockport. 

2142 Stacy, Timothy, 57 ; shoe manf.; s. of Tim., 

of Waterboro', Me. ; came from Boxford in 
1844, where his wife, 2140 Sarah, 56, dau. of 
Joseph Carleton, was born ; ch., Moody K. ; 
Sarah A., m. Bradley Atwood (bro. to 570) ; 
Catherine, d. y. ; Tim. A. (2141) ; Joseph C. 
(2138); 2136 James P., 20; 2143 Wm. P., 
16; 2137 John N., 14; and 2T33 Albert 
C, 11. 

2144 Stafford, George, a boy, b. in Boston, about 

1841 ; was with J. G. Tyler a short time, 1853. 

2145 Stanwood, Helen M., 19; dau. of Joseph, 

of W. Newbury ; was at school here in 1853 ; 
(since, m. Sam'l Noyes). 

2146 Stetson, Barnabas B., a young man from 

Marshfield; boarded with J. E. Brown, autumn 
of 1855 ; (here, also, June — Dec, 1856). 

2147 Stearns, Charles A., about 45 ; agent for 

the Groveland Mill Co., 1855-6 ; (went to 
Manchester, N. H.) ; was a native of Temple, 
N. H. ; by his 1st wife bad 2 ch. ; his 2d wife 
is 2148 Emily A., dau. of Lyman Godfrey 



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[Apkil, 



of - 
kins 



Vt. ; and she was m., 1st, to a Hop- 
In- whom had 2 ch., but they d. y. 

2149 Steele, Hiram, about 31 ; from Windham, N. 

H. ; worked on R. Kenton's house, in 1854. 

2150 Stevenson, Elizabeth Ann, about 30; a na- 

tive of Philadelphia, Pa. ; was in the mill, 
1855-6. 

2152 Stevens, Amanda M., 21 ; unm. dau. of Mo- 
ses (2157). 

215G Stevens, Mary Ann, 25 ; w. of Edmund, Jr., 
of Lowell ; was with her f., A. H. Walsh, winter 
of 1854-5 ; her ch., also, with her, were, 2153 
Edmund F., 5; 2151 Adelia A., 3 ; and 
2155 Lizzie D., b. here, Dec. 3, 1854. 

2157 Stevens, Moses, 4!); cordwainer^ s. of Paul, 
of Hampstead, N. H. ; w., 21 CO Sophia, 45, 
dau. of M. Lyford (1358) ; ch., Orrin W. ; 
Amanda M. (2152) ; 2158 Oscar E., 1G ; and 
2154 Edwin T., 14. 

2159 Stevens, Rebecca, 21 ; dau. of Joshua, of W. 
Newbury ; was with Calvin Moulton, in 1852. 
Stevens, see also, 622, 995, and 1441. 

2161 Stiekney, Aaron E., carpenter; s. of Eben., 

Jr., of Derry, N. H. ; built his co. Moses Stick- 
ney's house, in 1852; also, the house of Rich'd 
Renton in 1854; w., Mary (Carleton); and 
ch., Abby F., Octavia, Elizabeth, and Eben. 
J., remained at home, during the time. 

2162 Stiekney, Abel, 30 ; s. maker and farmer; s. 

of John (2182); (m. Mar. 13, 1856, Rebecca 
Ann Balch, see 88). 

2165 Stiekney, Betsey, 84 ; unm. ; r. with her bro. 

(2182). 

2166 Stiekney, Betsey, 25; unm.; r. with her f. 

(2182). 
216 7 Stiekney, Catherine, 72 ; unm. ; dau. of 

Tho's (and sister to 2183) ; r. with her sisters, 

most of the time. 
2169 Stiekney, Charles, 26 ; s. of (2171); hand 

s. manf. ; m., in 1855, a dau. of his 5th cousin, 

viz. : Julia Granby, 25 ; dau. of Somerby C, 

Noyes of W. Newbury. 

2171 Stiekney, Daniel B., 58 ; s. of Daniel (2200); 

b. and s. manf. ; w., 2164 Ann, 56, dau. of 
Sam'l Parker (1699); ch., Sarah (2121); 
Daniel H. (2172) ; Ann Mary, d. y. ; Charles 
(2169); Edward (2174); Niles T. (2195); 
2178 Gardner P., 20, a member of Amherst 
Col.; 2203 Wm. B., 18; and Warren A., 
d.y. 

2172 Stiekney, Daniel H., 30 ; b. and s. manf., with 

his bro. (2169); m. his 4th cousin in 1854, 
viz. : 2180 Hannah Jane, 24, dau. of Joseph 
K. Pemberton (2177). 

2174 Stiekney, Edw'd, 25 ; school teacher in Mel- 
rose ; s. of D. B. (2171) ; m., also, a 4th cousin, 
viz.: 2198 Sarah Helen, 22, dau. of S. H. 
Parker (1695) ; ch., 2168 Ch's Edw'd, born 
Sept. 18, 1854. 

2177 Stiekney, Erastus B., 48 ; s. maker ; son of 
Jos. M. (2183) ; m., 1st, Lydia, dau. of Caleb 
Currier, who d. 1831 ; 2d, Eliza, and 3d, Lucy, 
daughters of Moses Jameson (1145); has 3 
ch., (one by each w.), Geo. E. (2179) ; Lydia 
A. (2188) ; and 2193 Moses W., 16 ; Mrs. S. 
had, by a former husband, J. Kimball Pem- 
berton, 2 ch., viz.: Hannah J. (2172) ; and L. 
Kimball (1756). 

2179 Stiekney, Geo. E., 24 ; s. maker ; s. of E. B. 
(2177); (is 4th cousin to 761, 1234, and his 
step-mother's children.) 



2182 Stiekney, John, 70; bellows-maker and far.; 

s. of Eben. ; m. 2185 Judith, 63, his 3d cousin, 
a dau. of Benj. Savarv, and have Moses, 
(2194) ; Abel (2162) ; and Betsey (2166). 

2183 Stiekney, Joseph M., who d. in 1855, aged 

77, was s. of Tho's (and 2d cousin to 180 and 
1271) ; he was a tobacconist ; m., 1st, Dorothy 
Carleton (sister to 2245), by whom had a son, 
Alfred I.; and m., 2d, 2196 Olive Parsons 
of Parsons-field, Me., by whom had Erastus B. 
(2177); Olive P. (303); Leonard P., d. y. ; 
Dorothy C, m. Hiram Rogers (1971) ; Cathe- 
rine H. (1993) ; Hannah H., m. Eben Pressey ; 
Jos. P. (2184); Leonard W. (2186); and 
Thomas W. (2202). 

2184 Stiekney, Joseph P., 36 ; s. of Jos.M. (2183 ; 

s. maker ; m., 1st, Mary A. Lydston,by whom 
had Howard P. ; but they soon died, and he 
m., 2d, a dau. of his 3d cousin, viz.: 2176 
Elizabeth C, 41, dau. of Moses Wood, Jr., 
2416; by whom has 2197 Oscar M., 9; 2173 
Edgar H., 8, and 2181 Hellen E., 6. Mrs. 
S. m., 1st, Geo. W. Johnston (bro. to 1194), 
who d. 1839, leaving her with Mary W., unm. ; 
Lucy A., unm.; Ch's W., (1184), and Harriet 
E. (1189). 
2186 Stiekney, Leonard W., 34, a shoe dealer 
in Freeport, 111., where he has been since 
1854 ; is s. of Jos. M. (2183), and 2d cousin 
to (2182, 2398, 2418) ; and 3d cousin to (192, 
1244, 1272) ; m. 2201 Susan J., 30, dau. of 
Vinton Streeter of New Portland, Me. ; ch., 
21 70 Cornelius W., 5; and2l75Elias V.,2. 

2188 Stiekney, Lydia A., 22 ; unm. ; dau. of E.B. 

(2177), and 2d cousin to 90, 1693 ; 3d cousin 
to 2176 and 2411. 

2189 Stiekney, Martha J., 45 ; unm. ; dau. of 

Thomas ; r. with sister (1670) ; a tailoress ; 2d 
cousin to 1563, and 1685. 

2194 Stiekney, Moses, 36 ; s. of John (2182) ; s. 

maker and farmer ; m. 2199 Sarah W., 26, 
dau. of R. Renton; ch., 2192 Mary Judith 
b. 1855. 

2195 Stiekney, Niles T., 22 ; school teacher; s. of 

D. B. (2171) ; is 4th cousin to (220 and 575). 

2200 Stiekney, Sarah (Tenny), wid. of deacon 
Daniel; d. in 1852, aged 74. She m., 1st, 
Barker Lapham. Both of her husbands died 
soon after she married them ; and she was 
their 2d wife. 

2202 Stiekney, Thomas "W., 31 ; s. of J. M. 
(2183) ; boot-maker; m. 2190 Mary J., 28, 
dau. of Tho's Smith (1530) ; ch., 2163 An- 
nette A., 10, and 2191 Mary J., 3. 

2204 Stiekney, Zilpah ; dau. of Sam'l, Jr., of W. 

Newbury; was with (1970), winter of 1853-4- 
Stiekney, see also, 98, 1675, 2233; Stilling, 
see 1517. 

2205 Stillman, Peter, 20 ; s. maker ; s. of Peter, 

Jr., of Rockport ; came here in 1854 ; is bro. 
to w. of (2141); (went to Atkinson, N. H. 
with them in 1856). 
Stillman, see also, 2370. Stocker, see 789. 

2206 Stoddard, Wm., 23 ; s. of Tho's J., of Scitu- 

ate ; was here with (194) in 1854 ; occupation, 
s. maker. 
Stoddard, see also, 590. 

2208 Storey, Geo., 21 ; unm. ; s. of Henry, (2209) ; 

organ manufacturer. 

2209 Storey, Henry, 50 ; sash and door maker; s. 

of Geo., of Bcdale, W. R. of Yorkshire, Eng. ; 



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INHABITANTS OF GROVELANP, TO JAN. 1, 1856. 



41 



arrived with his family at N.Y., July 24, 1850, 
and came to this place the next day ; w., 2207 
Ann, 46, dau. of J. Walker, of Middleham, 
same county (115) ; ch., Sarah, d. y. ; George 
(2208) ; 2210 Henry, 20; John, d. y. ; and 
2212 Wm. T., d. here, 1850, aged 3. 
2211 Storey, Jane, 40; came to work in the mill, 
Feb. 8, 1855 ; is dau. of Rob't and Mary, of 
Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Eng. 

2213 Streeter, Elias H., 16 ; 2214 Philena M., 
22, and 2215 Ruth P., 24, ch. of Vinton, 
were here awhile, with their sister Stickney 
■ (2186). 

2216 Sullivan, Catherine, a wid., whose hus. was 

bro. to Jere. (2218), with whom she boarded 
awhile, in 1855 ; she had with her a son, 2220 
Patrick. 

2217 Sullivan, Ellen Devine, 15, dau. of Daniel, 

Jr., and Mary (Kenny) of Castle-Island, Ker- 
ry Co., Ireland ; in the mill, 1856. 

2218 Sullivan, Jeremiah, and wife, 2219 Mar- 

garet, were here a short time, in 1855. 

2221 Sweet, Almira, 37; dau of B. C. Pecker 

(1746), and w. of Asa Sweet; went to Cali- 
fornia in 1851. 

2222 Swett, Lydia R., about 28 ; in the mill in 

1853 ; was from Amesbury ; a daughter of 
Eliphalet. 

2223 Swett, Martha, wid. of Nathan ; kept house 

on the Bacon farm, for Dr. Fisk, summers of 
1855, and 1856. She is dau. of Jesse Carle- 
ton ; b. in Bath, N. H., Feb. 6, 1797; her 
only child, Nathan, b. Nov. 24, 1823, m. Su- 
san Dow, and r. Amesbury. 

2224 Sylvester, Antonio, 27; s. maker; s. of 

Manuel, of Fayal, one of the Azores Islands ; 
came here in 1849; m. 2226 Sarah H., 18, 
dau. of Wm. O. Sides, in 1854, and went to 
Bradford ; have Thomas M., b. 1855. 

2225 Sylvester, Lucinda (Hoyt) ; w. of Henry ; 

in the mill in 1854 ; was from Kingston. 

2233 Tandy, Gorham P., 48 ; s. maker ; s. of 
Wm., of Deerfield, N. H. ; came here in 1826 ; 
m., 1st, Elizabeth F. Stickney, (sis. to 2189), 
who d. in 1844 ; and m., 2d, 2234 Lydia, 44, 
dau. of Caleb Cole, of Sanford, Me. ; ch., 
2236 Martha A., 25, who m., in 1854, Har- 
rison O. Ross, (bro. to 1988), and went to live 
in Boxford ; Abby J., d. y. ; 2231 Gardner 
W., 20 ; 2228 Charles R., 18 ; 2227 Abby 
J., 17, who is with her aunt Saunders, in 
Rowley ; 2237 Mary P., 14 ; 2232 Geo. H., 
12 ; 2229 Elizabeth B., 8 ; 2230 Eunice 
L., 7 ; and 2235 Lydia J., d. y. 

2238 Tappan, John, 52 ; shoe manf. ; s. of Benj. 
H., of Newburyport ; came here in 1828 ; m., 
1st Adeline, dau. of Nath'l Johnson, of East 
Haverhill, who d. in 1830, aged 26 ; and m., 
2d, her sister, 2240 Mary A., 44 ; ch., Mar- 
garette C. (2032); and 2239 Mary Ade- 
line, 16. 
Tappan, see also, 684. 

2242 Teagxie, Mary ; wid. of Wm. ; kept house for 
D. B. Foster, a short time, in 1852, — who had 
with her 2 children, i241 Marietta, and 
2243 Wm. F., 7. 

2244 Tenny, Ch's S., 25; s. maker and farmer; s. 

of John (2247), and 3d cousin to (1869). 

2245 Tenny, Hannah, 78; wid. of Phillip (2249) ; 

6 



is dau. of Phineas and Susanna (Stickney) 
Carleton. 

2247 Tenny, John, 63 ; butcher and farmer ; s. of 

Sam'l, and g. s. of Solomon ; in. his 3d cousin, 
2246 Hannah, 53, dau. of J. Rollins (1981) ; 
ch., Elizabeth A., d. y. ; Sarah R. (2252), and 
Ch's Samuel (2244). 

2248 Tenny, Mary E., 19 ; dau. of Wm., of Brad- 

ford ; came here in 1852 ; is cousin to (1924) ; 
and related to the other Tennys here. 

2249 Tenny, Philip, who d. in 1852, aged 78 ; was 

s. of Wm ; had two ch. by w. (2245), viz. : 
Zelinda (2253) ; and Hannah (39). 

2250 Tenny, Priscilla, unm. sister of Philip ; r. 

alone, aged 73. 

2251 Tenny, Sarah D., 52 ; unm. dau. of Wm. and 

Abigail (Jaques) Tenny ; formerly, school 
teacher; has kept house for W. B. (99), since 
H. C. Hardy died. 

2252 Tenny, Sarah R., 27 ; unm. dau. of John 

(2247) ; 3d cousin to 100 and 572; and 4th 
cousin to (698) and about a hundred more in 
town by way of Hopkinson. 

2253 Tenny, Zelinda, 53 ; unm. dau. of Philip ; r. 

with her mother (2245) ; 2d cousin to 2247 ; 
and 3d cousin to 567, 1092, and 1736. 
Tenny, see also, 230, 588, 1874, and 2200. 

2254 Tewksbury, Malcomb W., 21 ; a member of 

Dart. Col., taught school here, winter of 1855- 
6, (winter of 1856-7 teaching at Annis Squam, 
in Gloucester) ; s. of , and (Ste- 

vens) Tewksbury, of Chester, N. H. 

Thomas, see 1728. Thompson, see 336. 

2255 Thompson, Sarah, 59 ; dau. of John, of S. 

Berwick, Me. ; came to live with J. H. Hardy, 
(813), in 1850. 

2256 Thorndike, James Joy, 24 ; taught school in 

S. Grovcland, winter of 1852-3; is s. of John 
L., of Pittsfield, N. H. 

Thornel, see 1002. Thwing, see 1673. 

2257 Thurston, John T., 22, whose ancestors were 

of W. Bradford ; was here a short time. 

2258 Tidd, Ch's S., 28 ; here 1854-5, and sister 

2259 Ruth M.; here, winter of 1854-5, with 
sister (1021), are unm. ch. of Sam'l C, of 
Georgetown. 

2260 Tiee, Sarah, was with her sister Davis (440), 

when they left, in 1850. 

Tileston, Titcomb, Todd, see 1267 ; 585, 
1840; 1191. 

2261 Tompkins, Isaac, 19 ; s.of Isaac, Jr., of East 

Haverhill ; came to live with (1036), in 1853. 

2264 Torr, Julia M., dau. of Joshua, of Newmarket, 

N. H. ; came to r. with her aunt (1448), but 
soon went to live with E. S. Parker, as their 
adopted daughter; her sister, 2262 Delia B., 
was with her awhile, 1853-4. 

2265 Torr, Samuel ; also, his sister 2263 Harriet 

P. (who has since m. Warren Noyes), came 
from Boxford to attend the Academy in 1852-3. 

2269 Toundley, John, 32 ; s. of Henry of Dublin 

Co., Ireland; came here 1847; m. 2266 Al- 
vira W., 33, dau. of D. Richardson (1921) ; 
ch., 2267 Ann M., 4, and 2268 Hannah 
E., 2. 

2270 Toundley, Owen, 38 ; was with his bro. John, 

winter of 1851-2; (see 365). 



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Towne, see 1673, and 1954. 

2271 Trombly, Mitchell, about 21 ; boarded with 

(1921), and made bricks in 1853 ; from Cana- 
da ; went to Exeter, N. H. 

2272 Turner, John; with (478), winter of 1854-5. 

2273 Turner, Watts, 76; from Med ford ; s. of 

Watts; here 1849 — 51, when he went to Box- 
ford, and m. a Chadwick for his 2d w., but she 
is now dead ; had 6 ch. by his 1st w., Mehita- 
ble, dau. of Sam'l Henderson of Salem, viz. : 
Sally, m. Benj. Floyd ; Ruth m. a Steel, but 
she and her eh. d. ; Mehitable, who m. Augus- 
tus Peak, and have 4 ch., which compose the 
Peak family of singers; Julia, m. a Hastings ; 
and 2 others, sons, that went to New Orleans, 
— unknown at present. 

2274 Tuttle, Awra S., s. of Nicholas, of Notting- 

ham, N. H. ; and his w., 2279 Elizabeth 
(Sargent), 32 ; came from Charlestown to live 
with her f. (2017), spring of 1855 ; but he d. 
June 16th, aged 35. He was cousin to (1115). 

2278 Tuttle, Edw'd P., 38 ; s. of Jacob H., of Not- 
tingham, N. H. ; in the bag mill, 1853-4 ; w., 
2281 Hannah C, 44 ; dau. of Nath'l Lord 
of Exeter, N. II., where they returned ; ch., 
2277 Edward A., 16 ; Hannah M., and 
Mary, d. y. ; 2283 James S., 12 ; Benjamin 
F., d. y. ; 2285 Lauraetta, 8 ; 2282 Han- 
nah E., 6 ; and 2275 Ada A., 3. 

2276 Tuttle, David, 23 ; bro. to (2278) ; and w., 
2286 Mary P. ; were in the mill a short time 
in 1855-6. 

2284 Tuttle, Joseph P., 27 ; bro. to (2278) ; here 
1853—5 ; w., 2288 Susan O., 22, dau. of 
John Applebee of N. Berwick ; ch., 2280 
Geo. E., 4 ; returned to Exeter, N. H. 

2287 Tuttle, Sarah L., 21 ; was with her sister Pit- 
man (1835), summer of 1855. 
Tuttle, see also, 1794 and 1832. 

2289 Twombly, J. Frank, about 26 ; worked for 

(83) in 1853 ; he was from Berwick, Me. ; his 
wife, who has since deceased, was Susan, an 
adopted dau. of Nath'l Merrill of Georgetown 
(see 234). 

2290 Tyler, Henrietta, 21 ; dau. of Lewis, s. of 

Sam'l ; boarded with her father's cousin (868), 
and attended school here in 1851. 

2291 Tyler, Josiah G., 58 ; s. maker ; s. of Isaac, 

of Lynnfield ; w., 2294 Lydia, 59, dau. of 
John Curtis, s. of Win., of Lynn ; ch., Lever- 
ett W., (2292) ; Chandler B., d. y. ; and Ma- 
ria Ann (2038). 

2292 Tyler, Leverett W., 35 ; now a shoe-manu- 

iiicturer in Haverhill ; m., 1st, Maria L. Part- 
ridge, from Me., by whom had a s. Frank W. 
that d. y., and she d. in 1848 ; and he m., 2d, 
2293 Lydia Ann M., 32, dau. of Edmund 
Hills of W. Newbury (bro. to 1779); by 
whom, has 2 ch., Frank Hills b. Oct. 3, 1852, 
and Willard Curtis, b. May 2, 1856. 

Underhill, see 719. 

2297 "Wales, James L., 42; s. maker (formerly 
taught school) ; s. of Elisha, of Randolph ; 
came here in 1 840 ; m. 2298 Ruby E., 40, dau. 
of S. Foster (590) ; and has 2296 James L., 
16 ; 2295 Herbert E., 13 ; and 2299 Ruby 
M., 11. 

2300 Walker, Bethiah, 64 ; wid. of David, who d. 
in 1829 ; is dau. of T. Savary, and sister to 



(2041) ; ch., Geo. S. (2302) ; Mary J. (2305), 
and Wm. R. (2310). 
2302 Walker, Geo. S., 34 ; s. maker, and nursery 
man ; s. of David (2300) ; m. 2303 Harriet 
H. 35, dau. of Moses Jaques of W. Newbury ; 
ch., 2301 Clara Isabella, 10. 

2305 Walker, Mary Jane, 32, unm. ; dau. of 

David (2300). 

2306 Walker, Omai; carpenter; from Haverhill, 

1854. 

2310 Walker, Wm. R., 28 ; unm. s. of David 

2300 ; has been a trader in Concord, N. H. ; 
formerly school teacher; 3d cousin to (2414). 
2309 Walker, William A., 13 ; 2304 Harrison 
M. 7 ; 2308 Tho's J., that d. at New Durham, 
N. H., 1854, aged 10, and 2307 Sarah A., 9, 
are ch. of Wm. M., who d. in 1848, aged 28 ; 
their mother m. (144). 
Walker, see also, 115, and 2209. 

2311 Wallace, Charles, 20 ; a member of Dart. 

Col.; taught school here winter of 1855-6; 
(teaching, winter of 1856-7, in Essex) ; s. of 
Andrew, of Amherst, N. H. 

2313 Wallingford, Charles, 43 ; s. manf. ; son of 

Nath'l ; w., 2315 Elizabeth H., 33, dau. of 
M. H. Palmer (1581) ; ch. 2312 Byron, 9, and 
2316 Mary, 4. 

2314 Wallingford, Clarissa, 44 ; dau. of Nath'l ; 

with her sis. 2317 Sophia, 51 ; have resided 
where their f. last lived. 

2318 Walsh, Ardis H., 52 ; a painter and varnish 
maker ; s. of William of Saint Mary's Port, 
Eng. ; came to Nova Scotia in 1819, m. 2327 
Sarah T., 45, dau. of Sam'l Nunn, of Hali- 
fax ; came from Lowell to this place 1853 ; 
ch., James S. (2322) ; Mary A. (2156) ; Sarah 
E. (455) ; Wm. J. (2328) ; Matilda (2326) ; 
231 9 Ch's H. B., 1 7 ; 2323 John S., 14 ; 2321 
Henrietta, 12 ; Joseph A., d. y. ; 2324 Jo- 
seph A., 7; and 2320 Ella Florence. 4. 

2322 Walsh, James S., 27 ; s. of A. H. (2318) ; 
painter and s. maker ; native of Shelburn, N. 
S. ; w., 2325 Martha A., 23, dau. of Sewall 
A. Smith (2099) ; and native of Portland, 
Me. 

2326 Walsh, Matilda, 19; unm. ; dau. of Ardis II. 
(2318) ; and native of Lubec, Me. 

2328 Walsh, Wm. J., 21, s. of Ardis H. ; unm. ; s.' 
maker and painter. 

Wardwell, Warren, and Washburn, see 

1511, 2385, and 878. 

2330 Wasson, David A., 32 ; minister of the Inde- 
pendent Society ; first came here to preach in 
1851 ; is s. of David of Brooksville, Me. ; w., 
2329 Abigail A., 38, dau. of Daniel Smith 
of Newburyport ; ch., 2331 Geo. S., b. 1855. 

Waters, see 746. 

2334 Watson, Wm. G., 53 ; s. maker ; (formerly in 
the naval service) ; a native of Northampton, 
N. Co., Eng. ; came to America in 1819, and to 
this place in 1848 ; w., 2333 Sophia A., 46, 
dau. of Stephen Gragg of Boston ; ch., 2332 
Geo. E., 20. 

2336 Webster, Benj. B., 46 ; an overseer in the 
bag mill ; s. of Moses, of Salisbury ; came 
here from Amesbury, in 1853 ; w., 2340 Re- 
becca D., 42, dau. of Stephen Currier of 
Plaistow, N. II. ; ch., John C. ; 2335 Ann F., 
16; and 2337 Benj. J., 6. 



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43 



2338 Webster, Nathaniel, 62 ; a member of the 

corporation, called the " Groveland Mill Co.," 
who bought the property of the '' Flax Com- 
pany," and commenced manufacturing seam- 
less bags, in 1853 ; and Mr. W. was agent at 
the beginning ; bro. to (2336) ; family has re- 
mained in Amesbury. 

2339 Webster, Otis Benjamin, 21 ; taught school 

here, winter of 1851-2 ; s. of Jesse, of Derry, 
N. H.,and cousin to (506), 3d cousin to (862), 
and 6th cousin to (1023). 
Webster, see also, 894, and 1028. 

2341 Wellington, John ; in the bag mill in 1854. 

2342 Wentworth, Ch's W., (dropping Sides, when 

he left his f., 2086), 24 ; s. maker ; m. 2344 
Rhoda A., 21, dau. of R. Sawyer (2062) ; 
ch., 2343 Ch's Wm., that d. in 1853, aged 1 
year; and an adopted son, Ch's L. (Chubb 
308), 11. 

2345 Wentworth, Tho's, a boy with (2186) a short 

time, in 1850. 

2346 Weston, Chs. R, 22 ; s. maker ; s. of Flint, 

and bro. to (1360) ; here in 1851, and re- 
turned to Georgetown. 

2347 Wheelan, Mary, an eccentric girl, in the 

mill. 

Wheeler, and Whiteomb, see 936, and 966. 

2348 Whipple, Mary E. ; r. Bradford ; was with 

her sister Morse (1453), until she m. in 1855, 
John Ford. 

2350 White, Alvan, 54 ; was at South Groveland, 
until 1850, overseer of the Flax Mill; and, since 
that time, been manuf. of gunpowder in New 
Durham, Me. ; he is s. of David, of Peter- 
boro', N. H. ; w., 2352 Susan G., 42, dau. of 
Moses Goodwin, of Berwick, Me. ; ch. 2349 
Almira P., 15 ; 2351 Helen, 11, and Susan 
E., born at N. Durham, N. H. in 1851. 

2353 Whittemore, Wm., about 27 ; with D. M. 

Fetch, awhile, in 1851; from Newbury; had 
a wife, at the time. 

Whittier, see 1578. 

2354 Wiggin, Cyrus B., 23 ; s. of Sherburne ; s. 

maker; unm. 
2358 Wiggin, Henry S., 26 ; s. maker ; s. of Sher- 
burne (2361) ; w., 2359 M. Jane, 21, from 
Great Falls, N. H. ; sister to George W. Spen- 
cer (2115) ; adopted ch., from Tewksbury, in 
1855, they name John H, b. Sept. 2, 1854. 

2360 Wiggin, Rebecca, 58 ; wid. of Sherburne 

(2361) ; is dau. of Noyes Ames, whose ances- 
tors were from this town. 

2361 Wiggin, Sherburne, who d. in 1850, aged 

70 ; was s. of Bradstreet, of Stratham, N. H. ; 
came here in 1825 ; ch., by Rebecca, his w., 
(2360) ; Henry S. (2358) ; Cyrus B. (2354) ; 
2355 Daniel A., 1 7 ; 2357 Geo. H, 15 ; and 
2856 Elmira J., 12. 

2362 Wigglesworth, Caroline E., 33 ; dau. of 

Win. and Sarah (How), of Belleville, New- 
buryport; unm.; here 1855-6. 

2363 Wildes, Luther S., 1C ; s. of Ephraim, of 

Ipswich ; was with his aunt Fagan (528), in 
1853 ; went to Byfield. 

Willard, see 2131. Willey, see 1774. 



2364 Wiley, Joseph, a short time with (2334). 

2366 Willey, Almira L., from Derry, N. H. ; in 

the mill, 1854-6. 

2367 Willey, Ann Maria ; dau. of Fred. (2370) ; 

had, in ] 850, two sons, twins, that d. y. ; and 
she has since that time m. Jeremiah Libby, 
and gone to Manchester, N. H. 

2370 Willey, Frederick, 56 ; has made his home 
with his f, Sam'l (2373), since his w., Harriet, 
dau. of Eleazer Stillman, d., in 1850 ; his ch., 
most of which were b. in Haverhill, have been, 
Edwin; Sam'l; Ann M. (2367); 2369 Elea- 
zer H, who was lost at sea, near George's 
Banks, in 1853; oned.y. ; 2371 George, 
18; Elizabeth; 2365 Alfred; 2372 Henry, 
11 ; and Mary F. 

2373 Willey, Samuel, 72; ship-carpenter; son of 
Robert, of Madbury, N. H. ; came from New- 
buryport, in 1819; his partner, 2368 Ann, 
dau. of Eben Haynes, m. Thos. Kimball, by 
whom she had a s. Thomas. The ch. that he 
has had by her, are Mary A. (7) ; and Fred. 
(2370). 

2379 Williams, John C, 43 ; s. maker ; who went 
to Plaislow, N. H., after his w. d., in 1850, 
aged about 44 ; he is s. of Caleb, of Glouces- 
ter; and his w. was 2376 Charlotte (Had- 
ley), a native of Meredith, N. H. ; his ch., 
2380 John H, 11 ; 2377 Geo. H, 9 ; and 
2378 James, 5. 

2381 Willis, Alfred, 31 ; s. maker; who was in 
Parker st., winter of 1852-3 ; is s. of James, 
of West Newbury ; a native of England; w., 
2382 Anne (Orne), 28, a German ; ch., 2386 
Julia A., 5. 

2385 Willis, Joseph R., 26 ; s. of Joseph ; a na- 
tive of Canterbury, England ; m., 1st, Ruth 
Coffin, who d. about the time their dau. Ruth 
was born, in 1852 ; and m., 2d, 2383 Eleanor 
Warren, and were here winter of 1854-5. 

2388 Willis, Wm. H, 25 ; bro. to Joseph R, above ; 
s. maker; m. 2387 Sarah J., 27, dau. of 
Tho's Kennet of Canterbury, his native place ; 
was here 1852-3, and returned to W. New- 
bury ; ch., 2384 Emeline M., 5. 

2391 Witham, James G., 38 ; in SpofTord's manu- 

factory (2121 — 2); is s. of John and Mary, of 
Wells, Me.; came here 1855; 2389 w., Eunice 
R., dau. of Eben. Pearson of Geoigetown ; 
ch., 2390 Herbert Adams, 12, b. in George- 
town ; and Ashbury W., d. y. 

Withee, Woodbury, Woodhull, see 1467, 
587, 1807. 

2392 Woodman, Greenleaf, 55 ; unm. ; cordwain- 

er ; s. of Moses, of Byfield ; been here, most 
of the time, since 1820. 
2394 Woodman, Ira S., 44 ; s. of Richard, of Brad- 
ford; s. maker ; came here in 1838 and mar- 
ried 2396 Mary J., 41, dau. of J. Colby 
(349) ; ch., one d. y. ; 2393 Henry G, 16 ; 
and 2395 Leverett M., 15. 

2397 Woodman, Nathaniel, son of Nath'l; died 

in 1850, without issue. 

2398 Wood, Betsey, 83 ; an unm. dau. of Thomas 

and Alice (Bailey) Wood; and, with her sis., 
Foster (588), r. on the old place of their an- 
cestors. She is 2d cousin to 35, 583, and 1 745 ; 
and 3d cousin to 25, 64, 248, 784, and 1691. 
2400 Wood, Bradley O., 24 ; unm. ; s. of Thomas 



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[April, 



(2418); s. maker and farmer; 3d cousin to 
3S and 2031. 

2405 Wood, Henry, from Andover ; worked for 

(128), in 1853. 

2406 Wood, John C, worked for L. B. (83), awhile, 

and went to California; w., 2417 Susan K. 
(Mumler). 

2407 Wood, John P., 25; unm.; s. of Thomas; a 

b. maker; 3d cousin to 584 and 707. 
2409 Wood, Louisa M., 35 ; wid. of Rufus H., s. 
of Moses, who d. with lockjaw, in 1849, 
(241G) ; and dau. of Nathan, bro. of Cba's 
Hardy (763) ; . she went to Georgetown, with 
her sister (850), in 1852 ; her ch. have been 
2402 Georgiana E., 12, who is 7th cousin to 
(211 1) ; and Hannah L., d. y. 

2411 Wood, Mary H., 19 ; unm. ; dau. of Thomas 

(2418), 3d cousin to 45, 861, and 2029. 

2412 Wood, Oliver, s. of Solomon, of Boxford ; an 

elder bro. of Mrs. Bachellor (53), with whom 
he has resided since 1836 ; never married. 

2414 Wood, Samuel H., 30 ; s. of Thomas (2418) ; 

b. maker; m. 2401 Eliza A., 26, dau. of 
Tho's Roaf of Newburyport, but native of 
Newcastle, N.H.,(1963); ch., 2413 Olive M., 
3, and 2403 George W., b. 1855,— who are 
6th cousins to 1707, and more than a hundred 
others in town. 

2415 Wood, Sarah M. H., 27 ; dau. of Moses, Jr., 

(2416) ; m. Joseph N., s. of Joseph Danforth 
(70), of W. Newbury, in 1851 ; and has Geo. 
Rufus, b. Dec. 31, 1853. 



2416 Wood, Sarah, 65 ; wid. of Moses, Jr. ; dau. 
of Moses Saunders, and twin sister to (694) 
ch., Hannah (428) with whom she lives ; Eliza 
beth C. (2184) ; Geo. E.; Rufus H. (2409) 
Sarah M., d. v.; and Sarah M. H. (2415). 

2418 Wood, Thomas, 63 ; s. of Sam'l ; farmer and 

s. maker ; w., 2399 Betsey, 57, dau. of Na- 
thaniel Harriman ; ch., Maria J., m. Josiah C. 
Plummer of Georgetown ; Moses II., d., aged 
10 ; an infant d. y. ; Cha's T. ; Samuel H., 
(2414) ; Alice, d. y. ; John P. (2407) ; Brad- 
ley Osgood (2400) ; Sarah E. (404) ; Mary 
H. (2411); 2408 Justin R., 17; 2404 
Hannah H., 15 ; and 2410 Martha R. 12. 

2419 Worcester, Prank, 20 ; s. of Sam'l, of Dra- 

cut; here, with W. S. Balch, 1853-4, and 
returned home. He was a deaf mute ; came 
to work at shoe-making with (77), — who was 
his school-mate at the asylum. 

2420 Worthen, Charles, 25 ; a native of New- 

bury ; with D. M. Eelch, 6 months in 1851. 

2421 York, Clarence M., born in Charlestown, 

Feb. 14, 1851, (see 80). 

2422 Young, Andrew J. ; a young man ; here 

awhile, in 1850. 

2423 Young, Purber ; probably a bro. to (2422), 

— here at the same time. 
Young, see also, 684, and 1680. 



Inhabitants of Groveland, continued to January 1, 1857 ; with the changes, during the year 1856, by 
births, marriages, deaths, and removals to, or from town. 

Sept. 1, 1856, and has been teaching a school 
in Howardsville, Stephens Co., 111. 

2430 Balch, Gardner Pickard ; s. of T. H. (95) ; 
b. July 7, 1856. 

(77) Balch, Geo. Henry, returned to the asylum 
in Ipswich, July 7, 1856. 

(83) Balch, Leonard ; went to r., during the win- 
ter of 1856-7, in Jackson, 111., with Sam'l M. 
Parsons, a bro. of his late wife. 

2431 Balch, Lucy H. ; came from Newburyport, 
July 23, 1856, to rusticate awhile; and board- 
ed at Mr. Quimby's three weeks. 

(85) Balch, Mary A., d. May 28, 1856, aged 6 
months. Her. f., Wm. H. (97), was b. Aug. 
17, 1826. 

(87) Balch, Melvin P., who was at school in North- 
field, N. H. ;' went in with a trader at Franklin, 
N. H, in Dec, 1856. 

(88) Balch, Bebecea Ann, m. Abel Stickney, see 
(2102). 

2432 Balch, Semantha M., dau. of John S. Balch 
of Northfield, Vt. ; b. about 1835 ; in the mill, 
spring of 1856. 

(96) Balch, Wm. Duncan, left in July, and in 
autumn returned to Boston, with Geo. B. Fos- 
ter, jeweller and manf. of gas fixtures, where 
he was formerly. 

Bangs, and Barry, see 2609, and 2574. 

2433 Banks, Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. (126); b. 
Aug. 6, 1856. 

2434 Banks, Harold Walker, son of Geo. A. 

(109); b. April 13, 1856. 



(14 ) Adams, Martha L., went to Fishersville, N. H., 
in Nov., 1856, to r. with her sister Morse. 

2424 Alexander, Sarah Ann Maria, dau. of 

Josiah Worcester, son of Moses, of Derry, N. 
H. ; taught school here, 1856 ; was b. in 1834, 
when her parents were residents of Boston. 

2425 Allen, Jedediah, b. about 1835 ; came from 

Sanford, Me., Dec, 1855, and left, last time, 
Sept., 1856 ; was with 220 and 478. 
Allen, see also, 2458 and 2487. 

2426 Ames, Emma Amanda, unm. dau. of D. S. 

and Cynthia (Grant) Ames ; came to r. with 
her sister (262), in Aug., 1856 ; was b. in 
Norridgewock, Me., April 16, 1838. 

2427 Andrews, John, from Ipswich ; with (2468), 

and boarded a short time with (2177), in 1856. 

2428 Bachellor, George Henry, whose f., Henry 

P. (54), returned from Newton, N. II., April 
11, 1856 ; was b. there Dec. 25, 1855. 
(55) Bachellor, Leonard, has removed to Law- 
rence. 
Bachellor, see also, 246 7. 

2429 Bacon, John Amo, boot manf., and land sur- 

veyor ; b. Mar. 6, 1821; unm.; s. of John 
(2525) ; cousin to (59), and son of a cousin 
to (660). 

Badger, and Bagley ; see 2646, and 2491. 
(73) Balch, D. S.; left this place for the West, 



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INHABITANTS OF GROVELAND, CONTINUED TO JAN. 1, 1857. 



45 



2435 Barteaux, David W. ; was on the town farm, 
as superintendent, April to Aug., 1856, and 
returned to Haverhill ; w. 2430 Phebe, who 
was a French ; had by Folsom, her 1st bus., 
4 ch., among them Daniel Warren (2490), who 
■was here. 

Bessey, and Boynton, see (1123), and 2467. 

2437 Brainard, Win., in the mill awhile, 1855. 
Briekett, and Britt, see (1933), and 2558. 

2438 Brown, James S., b. about 1833 ; whose 

f. was English ; was with (220) a short time, 
in 1855. 

2439 Buckley. Bridget, came to reside with (2330), 

spring of 1856. 

2441 Butler, Enoch, who arrived at New York, 
Aug., 1836, in the ship Frankonio, Capt. Crab- 
tree, commander ; came from Haverhill to 
Groveland, spring of 1856; is one of the 22 
, ch. of his f., Wm., of Birmingham, Eng., where 
he was b., May 8, 1810; m., 1st, Martha 
Woodman, by whom had some children, but 
they are all deceased ; m., 2d, 2443 Mary, 
dau. of Sam'l and Bethiah (Solomons) Mer- 
ritt, b. in Middletown, Orange Co., N. Y., 
Oct. 1,1812; by whom, has 2442 Mary E., 
b. in Paterson, N. J., March 2, 1841; 2440 
Emma C, b. in same place, July 30, 1843 ; 
and Julia, that d. y. Mrs. B. m., for her 1st 
husband, Therin Tice of Montgomery; by 
whom, had a s., James, d. y., and a dau., Ann 
J., b. 1832, who m. Wm. Butler, Jr., a half- 
bro. to her step-father, and r. Haverhill. 

Buxton, see 2636. Carleton, see 2522, and 
2625. 

2444 Carleton, Edw'd Aug., s. of (263) ; b. Nov. 

25, 1856. 
2446 Carleton, Henry W., unm. ; s. of Wm. H. 

(2450) ; s. mak. ; b. 1832. 

2449 Carleton, "Wm. Alden, s. maker ; s. of Wm. 

H. (2450) ; b. 1826 ; m. Rebecca A. Brown 
(215) ; s. 2445 Geo. Noyes, b. 1853. 

2450 Carleton, Wm. Hovey ; s. maker ; b. 1801 ; 

s. of Sam'l, Jr. (1092) ; w. 2448 Sarah C, 
b. 1800, in Georgetown ; is dau. of Joseph, s. 
of Abel Spoff'ord ; ch., Wm. A. (2449) ; War- 
ren P., d. y. ; Henry W. (2446) ; and 2447 
Mary W., b. 1843. 

2451 Carr, Enoch Dole, s. of James, s. of Jabez, 

and Ann, dau. of Enoch (Dole) Carr ; b. in 
W. Newbury, Jan. 31, 1841; 2d. cousin to 
(1369) ; has been at school here. 
Carpenter, and Caswell, see 2634, and 2638. 

2452 Casey, Hannah ; in the mill in 1856 ; was 

dau. of Tho's and Margaret (Flynn) C. ; b. in 
1841, at Castle Island, Ireland. 

(299) Chase, Wallace N". ; in Dorchester awhile, in 
1856. 

2453 Clansey, Honora ; with (1619) awhile, 1856; 

and m., in the autumn, John Hollyhen. 

(326) Clarke, Louisa, taught school in Byfield, 
summer of 1856. 

2454 Clement, Bowie E. C. ; s. of Bowie O. and 

Sarah E. (Ransey) C; b. in Charlestown,1853 ; 
was put to board with (1212), Feb. 9, 1856. 



His f. is a German, and his mother (deceased), 
was a native of Portland, Me. 

2457 Clement, Thomas Ch's, s. of Sam'l and 

Esther; (mother, a Jennings, sister to 386), 
of Methuen ; b. 1815; came from Boxford, 
Oct. 23, 1856; w. 2456 Susan S., b. in 
Rindge, N. H., 1825, is dau. of Micajah and 
Rocksena (Darling) Kent, of Pelham, N. H. ; 
ch. 2455 Ch's Oliver, b. in Salem, 1853, 
where they r. 1 years. 
Clement, Clifford, and Coffin, see 2603, 
2654; 2558; 2471. 

2458 Colby, Alvan R., s. of J. S. M., and twin to 

(345) ; born in this place, July 9, 1834 ; came 
to r. with his g. f. (349), Dec. 1856 ; w. 2459 
Caroline, b. Feb. 6, 1833 ; is dau. of Joseph 
and Sophia (Davis) Allen, of Bolton, Canada; 
ch., 2460 Norman Alvan, b. in Lawrence, 
Ang. 8, 1856. 
(353) Colby, Sally, d., at Moses Adams's, July 7th, 
1856. 

(335) Cole, L. S., returned from Salem, N. II., 1856. 
Cole, and Cory, see 2492, (656) ; and 2543. 

2461 Considine, Jane, b. here, Jan. 10, 1856 ; 

whose f., (370), removed his family to Man- 
chester, N. H., when the Mill Co. left this 
place. 

2462 Cooke, Lydia L., dau. of J. (379) ; was born 

April, 1856, and died, aged 6 months. 

2463 Cotton, Michael, b. about 1834 ; was an 

Irishman ; in the mill here, April to Sept., 
1856, and went to Lawrence. 

(385) Cowden, John E., went home ; is making 
hats. 

2464 Cox, Harriet Jane ; the unm. dan. of (386) ; 

b. in Methuen (now Lawrence), March 18, 
1824 ; was with (950) March to July, 1856. 

(395) Crombee, J. Melvin, went to Haverhill, 1856. 

2465 Cummings, John, b. 1828 ? with (901), in 

1855. 

(4%) Currier, M. James Was'ton, went home in 

1856. 
(40s) Currier, Olive Jane, came to r. with (347), 
in Nov., 1856 ; was b. in Amesbury, May 28, 
1837, — before her f., Joseph, came to George- 
town, who is s. of Jos. and Nancy (Jackson) 
O, of Newburyport ; her mother is Olive 
Ann, sister to Mrs. Lucy (1341). 
Currier ; Curtis, see (539), 2558 ; and 2472. 

2466 Cushman, Henry Gardner ; s. of (414) ; 

was b. March 6, 1856 ; and the family re- 
moved to their " down East" home, Nov. 4, 
1856. 

2467 Dale, Betsey, sister to Mrs. B. (53) ; has been 

with them of late ; she was b. July 28, 1801 ; 
m. Sam'l Dale of Andover, who was drowned 
in Sept., 1836 ; r. in Boxford, and had a son, 
Herbert Aug., b. Aug. 11, 1831, who m. Sarah 
M., dau. of Edmund Boynton. 

2468 Danforth, Eben. K., son of Jere, and Abi- 

gail (Salisbury) D., of Ipswich ; was here with 
his cousin (419), in 1856. 

2469 Danforth, Ellen Elvira, dau. of (419) ; 

b. Dec. 30, 1856. 



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I APRIL, 



2470 Danforth, ¥m. Fremont, son of (426) ; 

b. May 26, 1856. 

Darling, see 2457. 

2471 Davis, Eliza Jane, b. in Newburyport, March 

10, 1837 ; and 2475 Susan Ann, b. in same 
place Jan. 1, 1840, — ch. of Elias and Joanna 
(Coffin) D., were in the mill awhile. 

2472 Davis, Eliza, born about 1838, in Boston; 

dau. of John and Mary (Curtis) D. ; was also 
in the mill. 

2473 Davis, Hannah Downing, dau. of John and 

Ann (Downing) D. ; b. in Salem, N. H., Aug. 
7,1847; came tor. with (1849), Sept. 9, 1856. 

2474 Davis, Margaret, it is said, was in the mill. 
2476 Davis, "Walter, from Sanford, Me., in Feb., 

1856 ; worked for (1874), May to Oct., and 
returned. 
Davis, see also, 2458, (408), 2492 ; Delahony, 
2632. 

2478 Doe, Horace Bassett, b., Sept. 1, 1837, in 

Durham, N. H. ; and 2477 Ch's Vincent, b. 
Nov. 20, 1840,— brothers of Mrs. Bragdon 
(174) ; at school here, winter of 1856-7. 

Dole, Donahoe; Downing, see 2451, 2566, 
2473. 

2479 Duniford, Thomas, b. about 1837, — who 

came from Lawrence, and went to Manches- 
ter, N. H. ; was here May to Nov., 1856. 

Dunne, see (13-6) ; and Edwards, see (2332)- 

2480 Elliot John, a seaman ; b. in Boston, Dec. 3, 

1826; came Dec. 25th, from Truro, where his 
family is, to work at shoemaking here, this 
winter of 1856-7 ; is s. of Philip and Betsey ; 
m. Eliza Ann Rich (sister to 2609) ; b. Oct. 
6, 1830; ch., Charles C, b. 1849; John W., 
b. 1853 ; and Mary E., b. 1856. 
Elliot ; Emerson ; Emery ; see 2558 ; 
2603; 2620. 

2482 Emerson, Julia; in the mill, before 1856. 

2483 Emerson, Lilly E., and w., 2481 Dotia 

Jane (sister to 1282^ ; were here summer of 
1856 ; now, (1857), in Maine, exhibiting his 
panorama of California. 

2484 English, Margaret, dau. of Wm. ; b. June, 

1839 ; came from Boston to live with (2042), 
Oct. 13, 1856 ; left March, 1857. 

Farrington, see 2509, and 2569. 

2486 Fegan, Martha, dau. of J.; (530) ; b. Nov. 

21, 1856. 
(539) Fegan, "Wm. ; returned to this place from 
Bradford, March 17, 1856 ; (and went to 
Haverhill March 2, 1857). Wife is dau. of 
Benj. Currier ; ch., Wm., b. in Georgetown, 
Feb. 27, 1847 ; Margaret, b. in Somerset, Vt., 
1848; and 2485 George, b. in Danvers, 
Nov. 8, 1852. 

2487 Fisk, Henry A., a carpenter, who worked for 

his uncle, Joseph E., on the Russel house, 
May 25 to Nov. 6, 1855 ; is s. of James and 
Louisa (Allen) Fisk ; b., in W. Boylston, Dec. 

5, 1832. 

2488 Flanergan, Cecilia Maria Florence, dau. 

of (503) ; b. Oct. 28, 1856. 

Fletcher, see 2530. 



2489 Fogg, Adelaide B. 

when his wife died. 



kept house for (2202), 



2490 Folsom, D. "Warren, s. of Mrs. B. (2435) ; 

b. in 1843. 

2491 Foot, Jane (Stivers), who kept the Ocean 

House for the Mill Co., 1855-6 ; is widow of 
James ; but her 1st husband was Daniel Bag- 
ley ; she has had some children. 

2492 Foot, John Calvin, a brother to (567) ; far. 

and shoemaker ; r. in the new territory ; was 
b. Nov. 29, 1809 ; w. 2493 Lois M., is dau. 
of John L. and Hannah (Cole) Davis ; born in 
Lyman, N. H., June 4, 1825. 
(568) Foot, Samuel; has of late been in a large 
s. manf., at Holderness, N. H. 
Foot, see also, 2601. 

(585) Foster, Martha ; d. at her dau. Page's (1555), 
in Charlestown, Nov. 20, and interred here 
the 22d, 1856. 

(588) Foster, Moses, Sen. ; d. Dec. 6, 1856. 

(eoi) Fowler, Susan Currier ; m. Bela Joyce (1208J 
(602) Fowler, Wm. Herriek ; d. Oct. 28, 1856. 
Fowler; French; Frith; see 2537, 2435, 
2635. 

2494 French, Abby P., b. Aug. 4, 1834 ; and 
2495 Ch's C, b. April 21, 1841 ; both b. on 
King's Island, Salisbury ; are ch. of Cha's C. ; 
came to this place with their mother, Aug. 30, 
1856 ; (see 2641). 

2496 Frost, Maria Farrow, dau. of Dominicus ; 

b. in 1830; was from Me. ; in the mill, June 
to Nov., 1856, and went to Lawrence. 

2497 Gatehell, Edw'd, b. June 6, 1856 ; is son of 

Orrin L., who took his family to Dunkirk, N. 
Y., Aug. 7, 1856, and is to work at the car- 
penter's trade. 

2498 George, Susan Alice, dau. of (618) ; born 

Nov. 10, 1856. 

2499 Gilbert, Amanda ; was in the mill awhile. 

(638) Gile, J. Mehitable ; taught school at East 

Haverhill, in 1856. 
(640) Gile, T. Wood ; taught school at Corlis's Hill, 

E. Haverhill, autumn of 1856. 




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47 



(ftli) Gile, W. Fisk, is still teacher of the South 
Grammar School, Lawrence. 

2504 Gilman, Josiah, b. June 19, 1833 ; came from 
Freemont, N. H.,and worked tor (15-45), sum- 
mer of 1856 ; 2501 Betsey Jane (Kim- 
ball), b. in 1834 ; came, in May, to board with 
(1970), and before she returned to Raymond, 
in Aug., 1856, she was Mr. G's wife. 

2508 Gilman, Tho's Elliot, s. of Lewis and Mary 

(Farrington) G., of Springfield, N. H. ; b. in 
Newburyport Dec. 24, 1833 ; he is cousin to 
(23 and 522); s. maker; m. 2500 Aphia, dau. 
of John A. (a Portuguese) and Betsey (John- 
son) Nichols, b. in Newburyport March 25, 
1836 ; eh. b. in W. Newbury, viz. : 2502 
Geo. Edwin, b. Sept. 26, 1853; and 2506 
Martin V. B., b. Jan. 3, 1856. 

2509 Gilman, Wm. Eben. ; s. maker ; and bro. to 

Tlio's E., above ; b. in Newburyport Dec. 25, 
1830 ; came here July 29, 1856 ; w. is 2505 
Judith Kimball, dau. of Thomas and Mary 
(Hoyt) Emery, a sister to his uncle's widow 
(523) ; born at Rocks Village, Haverhill, Oct. 
31,1830; ch., all b. in W.Newbury; viz.: 
1 d. y. ; 2507 Mary Hoyt, b. Feb. 4, 1850 ; 
and 2503 James Downer, b. May 13 1853. 

2510 Glynn, Bridget, dau. of Tho's, of Galway 

Co., Ireland ; was with (2033), in 1852 ; now 
m. to John Mitchell, Jr., from same county ; r. 
W. Newbury, and has 3 ch., viz. : Bridget, b. 
1853 ; Patrick, b. 1854, and Margaret, b. 1856. 

Godfrey; and Goodrich; 2147,2530; and 
2620. 

(617) Goodwin, Eleazer P. ; while at work for 
Sam'l Little, in Georgetown, was crushed to 
death instantly, by a load of stone passing 
over him, about noon, Sept. 5, 1856 ; was 
interred at Newburyport. 

(eso) Gordon, C. Frank, was with (894), summer 
of 1856. 
Gordon, see also 2656. 

(655) Gove, H. Ch's, returned to Maine, April 15, 

1856, and is with his mother Hunt, in Lincoln. 

(656) Gragg, Geo. W. ; his w. is Mary Elizabeth, 

dau. of Sam'l and Mary Cole ; and b. in 
Billerica, about 1838. 

Grant, see 2426. 

(663) Greenough, Eben., has been a trader, in 
company with Albert S. Hall, from Me., in 
provisions, W. I. goods and groceries, at Mai- 
den, since Oct., 1855, — but makes his home in 
Groveland. 
Greenough, Griffin Gross, see 2525, 2591, 
2609. 

2512 Guild, Roxanna S., w. of Ch's E. ; with 

(347), May to Oct., 1856 ; returned to Haver- 
hill ; she was a Patten from Dedham ; her 
only child, 2511 Josephine Adelaide, d. 
here Oct. 15, 1856, aged 4 years and 8 months. 

2513 Hale, Wm. Wallace, s. of (711), b. Sept. 12, 

1856. 

2514 Haley, Margaret E., dau. of Tim. and Eliza- 

beth ; b. at Castle is., Co. of Keny, Ireland, 
Feb. 20, 1839 ; was in the mill, spring of 1856. 

2515 Hanson, Elvira, dau. of (727); was in the 

mill. 



Hanson, see also, 2601. 

(730) Hardy, Aaron W. ; m. his 3d cousin (828), 
March 18, 1856. 

(742) Hardy, Asa Foster, went to G., with (1911). 
(757) Hardy, C. Braman, removed to Haverhill in 

1856. 
(775) Hardy, Elizabeth Story, m. A. D. Torry. 

2516 Hardy, Fanny Knowlton, dau. of (779; b. 

Aug. 8, 1856. 
(788) Hardy, Geo., teaching in Essex, winter of 

1856-7; entered Dart. Col. in 1856. 
(792) Hardy, Granville, went to Georgetown Aug. 

1856 ; (returned 1st of March, 1857.) 

(834) Hardy, Lydia Pike, d. Aug. 16, 1856. 

(835) Hardy, Manly, worked at his trade in Lowell, 

1855-6 ; his son, J. Manly, (sio) returned to 
the Asylum, in Boston, Oct. 10, 1856. 
(843) Hardy, Martha J., came home, and d. May 
5, 1856. 

2517 Hardy, Nellie Lucy, dau. of (762), b. Dec. 

16, 1856. 
(867) Hardy, Olive, wid. of Phineas; died April 

26, 1856. 
(g68) Hardy, P. Braman, works in a s. manf., at 

Haverhill. 

2518 Hardy, Willie Harvey, s. of (815), b. Jan. 

20, 1856. 

Harley, see 2632. 

(003) Harriman, Elizabeth Gordon, taught 
school at Rooty Plain, in Rowley, summer of 
1856. 

(915) Harriman, Maria Peabody, m. R. Frank- 
lin Somes. 

(925) Harriman, Sam'l Robinson, at school in 
Topsfield, in 1856. 

Haynes, see 2616. 

2519 Henry, Agnes, from Ireland ; b. about 1835 ; 

in the mill summer of 1855. 

2520 Hickey, Ellen, in the mill awhile. 

(955) Hills, Henry Clay, removed to Haverhill in 
Jan., 1856, after being here about 3 months. 

2521 Hollister, Francena Rebecca, dau. of 

(997); b. Aug. 12, 1856. 

Hollyhen, see 2453. 

2522 Holmes, Abigail, wid. of Nathaniel, who d. 

in 1849 (his 2d w. 1007) ; her ch., David Poor, 
b. 1820, is a s. manf. in Georgetown ; and Al- 
fred Foster, b, 1828, d. in 1846. She was 
with her niece (1048), when she died; and 
came here again, in Dec. to stay through the 
winter of 1856-7 ; is dau. of David and Abi- 
gail (Carleton), and g. dau. of Daniel and Ed- 
nah (Plummer) Poor, of Rowley. 

2523 Honey, Isabella Elwillda, dress maker ; 

been with her aunt Parker (1640), of late ; 
was b. in Acworth, N. H., May 21, 1841. 

Hood, Hooper, see 2656, and 2638. 

(2191) Hopkinson, Anna Putnam, is an adopted 
ch. (according to law), of Geo. W. (1036) ; her 
mother (2190), d. in 1856. 

(1025) Hopkinson, Daniel Parker ; came home 
from Boston; m. his 5th cousin, S. F. Parker 
(1698), and went to r. in Parker-st., with her 
father. 

2524 Hopkinson, Geo. Clarence, s. of (1022) ; 

b. May 10, 1856. 



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(1035) Hopkinson, Geo. Edwin, m. Feb. 6, 1856, 
his mother's half 2d co., viz. : Emily, dau. of 
Wm., s. of Day and Abigail (Parker) Mitchell. 

(i039)Hopkinson, H. Augusta, m. A. D. Nutting 
(2583). 

(ltuo) Hopkinson, J. H., removed to Georgetown 
April, 1856. 

(1048) Hopkinson, Julia, w. of (1043) ; d. Feb. 18, 
1856. 

(1000) Hopkinson, Paul ; had their golden wedding 
Nov. 12, 1856, at which were all of his de- 
scendants and their partners then living, ex- 
cept the 10 following, viz.: Leonard P. Dres- 
ser, wife, and 4 children, of Exeter, N. H. ; 
Frederick Sargent and wife, of New York ; 
and Aubra G. and Leverett, 2 ch. of G. N. 
Parker, that were recovering from typhoid 
fevers ; but of the 4 generations, 83 were 
there, including a few invited guests; among 
them, was her cousin Susan (590), who was 
their bridemaid 50 years ago. 

( lost ) Hopkinson, Paul, Jr., has worked in Haver- 
hill of late. 

(1082) Hopkinson, Rufus, m. A. M. Jones (1196), 
Nov. 20, 1856. 

2525 Hosmer, Daraxa, dau. of Lieut. Eben. and 

Sally (Pearl) Peabody, of Boxford ; b. Dec. 
2, 1794; m., 1st, John, s. of AVm. and Mary 
(Greenough) Bacon, who d. in 1825 ; by whom 
had Geo. E., d. at sea; Maria, b. Aug. 18, 
1814, whom. Edward Poor (bro. to 1048); 
John A. (2429) ; and Mary G., m. Tho's S. 
Butman ; and she m., 2d, Daniel Hosmer, of 
Camden, Me., by whom has Julia A. (2526). 

2526 Hosmer, Julia Ann ; unm. dau. of Daniel 

(2525); b. Jan. 5, 1832. 

2527 Hovey, Abby Prances, b. in Salem Sept. 5, 

1848; came, to r. with her g. mother (1092), 
July 31, 1856 ; and her sister 2528, Mary 
Carleton, born in S., Feb. 21, 1856, been 
with her uncle (1093), since June 27 ; are ch. 
of Wm. C, who d. in S. Nov. 20, 1855 ; whose 
1st ch., Rob't L., d. y. ; and their mother, who 
was Mary F., dau. of Rob't and Eunice Simp- 
son, of Concord, N. H., d. June 21, 1856. 

2529 How, Ned, a member of Dart. Col., teaching 

school here winter of 1856-7 ; is the youngest 
ch. of Winslow and Martha (Kimball) How, 
and g. s. of Fisk How, of Templeton, N. H., 
where he was b. Nov. 24, 1830. Mr. H. taught 
school at Sugarland, near Poolesville, in Mont- 
gomery Co., Md., 1851-2 ; in Henniker, N. 
H, 1854 ; and Weare, N. H., winter of 
1855-6. 

2530 How, Philander D., from Lawrence ; was an 

overseer in the mill April to Nov., 1856, and 
went to Manchester, N. H. ; w. 2531 Pox- 
anna, is dau. of Lyman Godfrey, and sister 
to Mrs. Stearns. 

2532 Huekings, Hannah, in the mill awhile ; b. 

about 1836. 

Cinv) Hudson, J. W., teaching in Essex, winter of 
1856-7. 

2533 Hull, Francis Augustus, unm. s. of Gilman 

and Adeline (Rogers) H. of Georgetown ; b. 
here April 9, 1834 ; is a s. maker ; came to r. 
with his aunt Jaques (1157), Dec. 1, 1856. 
(1123) Hull, Susan, m., summer of 1856, Cyrus Bes- 
sey from Hebron, Me., b. about 1810; and 
went in Oct. to r. in West Minot, that State. 



By a former w., Mr. B. has 4 ch., 2 of which 
are married. 
(1125) Hull, Wm. Henry, went to Danbury, N. H., 
May 26, 1856, to practise medicine. 

2534 Huntress, Everett Laford, s. of (1132) ; b. 

April 20, 1856. 

2535 Hutchinson, Sarah, from Lawrence ; in the 

mill, April to Oct., 1856 ■ b. about 1837 ; was 
dau. of an Englishman. 
Hutchins, see 2627. 

2536 Jackson, Luke, barber; from East Haverhill, 

June 3, 1856 ; is of African origin ; b. in Boston, 
July 30, 1802 ; m. Susan Sampson of Plain- 
field, Conn., — but she has been insane 8 years, 
and is now in the asylum at Worcester ; he is 
a s. of Wm., s. of Henry, of Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
and his mother was Cecilia, dau. of Caesar 
Fletcher of Boston ; and he (Caesar), was a 
slave from Africa. 
Jackson, see also (40s). 

2537 Jameson, Moody Chase, s. of Moses (1145) ; 

s. maker ; b. March 29, 1812; came here 
Nov., 1856 ; was m. to Phebe S., dau. of Tho's 
Fowler of Grantham, but she d. in 1855 ; ch., 
b. in Keene, N. H, viz. : Susan, b. about 1837, 
m. and r. in Vt. ; and Horatio C, b. about 
1840. 

(1158) Jaques, Thomas ; d. inWaltham, with typhoid 
fever, Jan. 30, 1856 ; his family has returned 
to his father's again. 
Jaques ; Jennings ; see 2533 ; and 2457, 
2641. 

(ll9l) Johnston, John, removed to Exeter, N. H., 
Nov., 1856. 

2538 Johnston, Maria Prances, dau. of (1190) ; 

b. April 14, 1856. 

(1196) Jones, A. Melvina, m. R. Hopkinson (1062). 

2539 Jones, Percy Edgar, s. of S. B. (1204). ; b. 

Jan. 3, 1856. 

(1208) Joyce, Eela, in., since 1855, Susan C. Fowler 

(601) ; and has a dau. 2540 Mary Herrick, 

b. Dec. 27, 1856. 
(1309) Joyce, Mary, and her sister, Ruth T. S. 

(1210), returned to their bro. Valentine's, in 

Amesbury, in 1856. 

2541 Judkins, Geo. "Wash'ton, son of (1212) ; b. 

July 29, 1856. 

2542 Judson, James Henry, b. about 1835 ; 

worked for (2441), May to Sept., 1856, and 
returned to E. Haverhill with his father, who 
was from Boston. 

2543 Kelly, Norman Job; stucco worker; came 

to r. with J. L . Ricker, whose dau., Mary 
Jane (1953), he m., 1855 ; was b. in Canaan, 
Vt., May 22, 1834 ; s. of Stephen B. (1217), 
and Susan (Cory) K., of Meredith, N. H. ; 
where his g. f, Dudley was born, who was s. of 
Sam'l, of Newhampton, N. H., who, it is said, 
was s. of Derby Kelly, from Ireland, whose w. 
was from Scotland. 
(1222) Kelly, Rebecca Elizabeth, m. George W. 
Pearce. 

Kelly, Kennet ; Kent, see 2628, 2656 ; 

2457. 

2543* Kenedy, Catherine, in the factory awhile. 

2544 Kidder, Mary, another girl in the mill, 1855-6. 



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49 



2545 Kimball, Enoch Spofford, teaching in S. 

Groveland, winter of 1856-7 ; s. of Josiah 
and Mary (Spofford) K., of Lawrence ; born 
about 1838, in Boxford. 

2546 Kimball, Mary Eliza ; dau. of Wm., son of 

Francis, of Bradford, and cousin to (51) ; b. 
Nov. 22, 1839 ; was in the mill 1855-6 ; m. 
Geo., bro. to W. S. Peabody (2601), Feb. 17, 
1857. 
(1270) Kimball, Seth, returned to Bradford, spring 
of 1856. 

2547 Kimball, "Warren M., bro. to (1904) ; born 

1842; with Reynolds (1900), summer of 1856. 
Kimball; Kneeland; see 2504, 2529; 2646. 

2548 Knight, Wm., in the mill awhile, 1854. 
Knight, and Knox, see 2634, and 2483. 

2549 Lafferdy, Thaddeus, Jr., adopted s. of his g. 

f. (see 2598) ; b. July 3, 1842 ; now with But- 
ters, in Haverhill. 

Lambert, see 2572. Leland, see 2646. 

2550 Leeds, Jane L., from Danbury, N. H. ; born 

1835 ; here 1856. 

2551 Leighton, Louisa Elliot, dau. of Zebulon 

K. ; was from Westbrook, Me. ; b. 1836; here 
1854 and 1866. 

2552 Libby, Gilman G., who came from Auburn, 

Me., to Groveland in May, 1856 ; is son of An- 
drew and Nancy (Pulsifer) Libby ; b. in Po- 
land, Me., Dec. 12, 1824; m. Margaret Lo- 
throp of Buckfield, Me ; and has a dau., 
Nancy Jane, b. May 4, 1845, in N. Bridge- 
water. 
(1330) Libby, John W., went to Manchester, N. IL, 
summer of 1856, to work in a machine shop ; 
and from thence went to Marshall, Mich., Nov. 
11th, to run a locomotive engine on the Cen- 
tral R. R., in that State. 

2533 Linscott, Jedediah, b. about 1834 ; was from 
Sanford, Me. ; with (478) Feb. to Sept., 1856, 
and went to N. Berwick, Me. 

2554 Lock, Benj. L., with his sister (1244), awhile, 
1855. 

2558 Lothrop, Rufus Daniel, s. of Thomas and 

Cynthia (Britt) and g. s. of Daniel, of Leeds, 
Me., to which he emigrated from Bridgewater, 
Mass. ; Mr. L. was b. in Leeds, July 28, 1817 ; 
j m. 2556 Hannah, dau. of Isaac and Dolly 

(Clifford) Elliot, and g. dau. of Edmund and 
Judith (Currier) E. of W. Newbury ; b. in 
Dorchester, N. H., April 21, 1817 ; he came 
here to superintend the town farm, Aug. 14, 
1856 ; ch., 2555 Ch's Laroy, b. in Rowley, 
Feb. 2, 1844 ; and Nahum Morrill, b. in 
Georgetown, March 2, 1851. 

Lothrop, and Lunt, see also 2552 ; and 2620. 

2559 Low, Sarah Ann, b. in Georgetown in 1834 ; 

taught school here, summer of 1856 ; her f. is 
Benj., s. of Joseph and Aphia (Perley) Low, 
from Dumbarton, N- H. ; and her mother is 
Amey, dau. of Stephen and Sally (Perley) 
Sargent, from New London, N. II. ; so that 
her parents are cousin to each other, and to 
(824). 

2560 Lyons, Sarah, in the mill, 1854 ; b. in Limer- 

ick, L. Co., Ireland, Nov. 4, 1836 ; was dau. 



of Wm. and Margaret, and g. dau. of Thomas 
Lyons. 

2561 Mace, Joseph Norton, who was b. in New- 

buryport Oct., 1821, and m. F. C. P. (1638) ; 
returned with her in July, 1855, after being 
gone 11 months to Kansas; then he went out 
again, but returned in June, 1856 ; — they went 
to Nashua, W. PL, Dec, this winter. 

2562 Mansfield, Wm., who came from Rock Bot- 

tom, in Marlboro', to work for (160), in Nov., 
1856 ; was b. in Sudbury, April 3, 1839, and 
is the 2d of 3 ch. of Daniel and Mary (Moul- 
ton) Mansfield. 
Mansfield and March, see 2638, and 2641. 

(1371) Marsh, John B., has returned to his mo- 

ther's. 

(1372) Martin, Carleton, removed to Chester, N. H., 

April 11, 1856. 

Maxfield, and McGill.see 2641, and 2598. 

(1376) McCabe, Patrick, m., in 1856, Mary, dau. of 
James and Mary Dunne, from same Co., in Ire- 
land, where he came from. Gone to Oregon. 

2563 McCarthy, Hannah, and her sister 2563* 

Mary, Irish girls ; in the mill 1855-6, and 
went to Lawrence. 

(1397) Merrill, John, was found dead, near the rail 
road, between the depot and Jewett's crossing, 
on the morning of March 3, 1856. April 14th, 
following, his wid. (1402), removed to George- 
town. 
Merrill; Merritt ; Mighill ; 2591, 2638; 
2441 ; 2615. 

(1411) Mitchell, Abigail, d. Jan. 14, 1856. 

2564 Mitchell, Bridget, from Ireland of late ; sis. 

to John, Jr. (see Glynn); was with (1817), 
July to Sept., 1856. 
(1417) Mitchell, Emily, m. Geo. E. Hopkinson. 

2565 Mitchell, Geo., b. about 1835 ; was from Me. ; 

in the mill March to Oct., 1856, and went to 
Manchester, N. H. 
Mitchell, see also, 2510, and 2646. 

2566 Moriarty, Richard Love, s. of James and 

Mary (Donahoe) M. ; b. in Salem, Dec. 13, 
1845; came from Boston to this place, June, 
1856; (left with (2414), and went to West 
Newbury March 12, 1857.) 

2568 Morrill, Geo. H, s. of (1435) ; b. Nov. 11, 

butd. Dec. 12, 1856. 

2569 Morrill, Hiram, from Newburyport, Sept. 18, 

1856; is a s. maker; s. of Jacob, Jr., and 
Abigail (Farrington) M., b. in W. Newbury, 
Feb. 22, 1836 ; w. 2570 Youarkee J., dau. 
of J. A. Nichols, and sister to w. of T. E. G. 
(2508) ; b. in Newburyport Jan. 23, 1838; 
ch., 2567 Alex. Calvin, b. in W. Newbury 
Oct. 14, 1855. 

(1441) Morse, Brian, returned from Salmon Falls, 
N. H., where he had been two years, in May, 
1856. 

5571 Morse, Lucretia (Maxum), b. in Paris, Me., 
about 1826 ; was w. of Lewis Morse ; in the 
factory, June to Sept., 1855, and went to N, 
E. Vill. in Grafton. 

Moulton, see 2562, and (2332). 

2572 Murkland, James, came from Lowell, where 



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he was born May 20, 1844, to work for (2291) 
June 19, 1856,— being the 6th of 14 ch. of 
John and Jane (Lambert) Murkland, natives 
of Paisley, Scotland. 

25 74 Murphy, John, who works for the Spoffords, 
removed his family to town, Oct. 15, 1856 ; is 
s. of Michael and Julia (Barry) M., b. in or 
near Cork, Ireland, about the same time and 
place his w. was; who is 2575 Julia, dau. of 
Wm. and Mary Sheen; ch., 2576 Julia, b. 
here, Oct. 19,1856. 

2577 Murphy, Margaret, and her sister, 2573 

Catherine, from Cork, were in the mill 
awhile, in 1856. 

2578 Murray. Hannah, who came from Boston to 

r. with (1794) Aug., 1855, has been in Ameri- 
ca since spring of 1853 ; is dau. of Michael 
and Julia (McDonald) Murray ; b. about 1835, 
in Kinsale, about 13 miles S. S. W. of Cork, 
Ireland. 

2579 Newhall, Preston, b. in Newbury (now 

Newburyport), Jan. 15, 1837; came from 
that place to attend the Academy here, this 
winter of 1856-7; is s. of Joshua Little and 
Elizabeth White (Preston) Newhall, and g. s. 
of Asa T. and Judith (Little) N., of Lynnfield. 

2580 Nichols, Herman, bro. to (1501) ; in the 

mill awhile ; was b. in Derry, N. H., Sept. 9, 
1841. 
Nichols, see also 2508, 2569 and 2625. 

2581 Noyes, Maria L., b. about 1833, was here 

with (2431). 

2582 Noyes, Warren, who m. (2263), was here a 

short time, in 1856 ; and they left. 

2583 Nutting, Alonzo Dwight, who came to 

Groveland Jan. 3, 1856, and has m. H. A. H. 
(1039) ; was b. in Holliston, Oct. 12, 1835 ; 
is the only ch. of Dwight and Julette Pi. 
(Partridge) N., from Brimfield, where his g. f. 
Wm. Nutting now (1857) lives. 

2584 O'Brion, Margaret, sister to Edward (1536), 

was in the mill. 

2585 O'Leary, Margaret, in the mill, 1855-6. 

2586 Osgood, Mary E., and 2587 Priscilla, sisters 

from Danvers ; in the mill, 1854-6. 

2591 Pace, Hannah, wid. of Leonard, s. of David, 
s. of Thomas and Susanna (Jennings) Pace ; 
came to the Almshouse in 1856, with 4 ch. ; 
is the dau. of Jonathan and Betsey (Page) 
Griffin of Pelham, N. H ; her ch. have been 
2592 Melissa Ann, b. 1841, who has gone 
to r. with N. Merrill (2289) ; Walter A., d. y. ; 
2590 Emeline Matilda, b. 1845 ; Ruby J., 
d. y. ; 2588 Albert, b. 1847; and 2589 
Charlotte, b. 1854. 

(1567) Page, Sarah Jane, m. E. B. Stickney. 
Page, see also 2591. 

(1577) Palmer, John B., s. of Robert R., d. Julv 31, 

1856. 
(1587) Palmer, Sally, returned to Derry, 1856. 
2593 Palmer, Samuel, came from Dover, N. H., 

June, 1856, to r. with his bro. Moody M. 

(1580). 

(1C19) Parker, Clementine ; returned from her visit 
at Geneseo, N. Y., and removed to Haverhill, 
June 13, 1856. 



2594 Parker, Daniel Herbert, s. of W. and S. B. 

(1707), b. Dec. 28, 1856. 
(1629) Parker, Elizabeth W., wid. of A. W. 
(1593), returned to her f 's, in W. Newbury. 

2595 Parker, Mary Lizzie, dau. of H. T. and S. 

J. (1650), b. Sept. 2, 1856. 

2596 Parker, Myra G., dau. of Phineas ; was sick 

awhile at her aunt's (672) ; went home to Sa- 
lem, but soon d., and was interred here, Oct. 
17, 1856, aged 38. 

(1693) Parker Sarah, and her sis. Silena B. ; each 
taught schools in W.Newbury, summer of 1856. 

(1698) Parker, Susan Prances, m. D. P. Hopkinson. 
Parker, see also 2523. 

2597 Parsons, Arabella Sargent, dau. of Joseph 

and Elizabeth P.; b. in Methuen July 11, 
1839 ; was here awhile. 

2598 Partrick, Ch's, who was teamster in the Flori- 

da war, is a native of Conn. ; was at King's 
awhile, and went to Haverhill, Aug. 18, 1856 ; 
his 2d wife, 2599 Mary Jane, b. in Scotland 
about 1818, is a niece of Mrs. K. (1277), and 
dau. of Daniel and Ann (Boyl) Lafferdy, of 
R. Island, who m., 1st, Thaddeus McGill (see 
2549). 

Partridge, Paterson, Patten, see 2583, 

2654,2512. 

2601 Peabody, Walter Scott, s. of Nath'l and 
Mary (Foot) Peabody, of Bradford ; b. there 
Dec. 9, 1830, and is cousin to (568) ; m. 2600 
Mary Elizabeth, dau. of John D. and Re- 
becca (Hanson) Poor, (and sister to 1841), b. 
in Boston, Dec. 9, 1833. Came to G. (new 
territory), Nov. 15, 1855 ; ch., 2602 Win- 
field Scott, b. in Bradford, Sept. 9, 1855. 

Peabody, Peak, Pearce, Pearl, and Per- 

ley ; see 2525, 2546, 2273, 2656, 2525, and 
2559. 

(1748) Pecker, J. Chamberlain, has returned from 
N. H, where he was on the Cocheco R. Road, 
as conductor, March 10 to Nov. 13, 1856. 

(1788) Perry, Ch's French, left home, April 18, 
1856, to sail for South America, from N. Y., 
April 26 ; and arrived at Buenos Ayres June 
27, 1856, where he is with his bro. Gardner 
B., in business of trading in hides, horns, tal- 
low, etc. 

(1797) Perry, Mary Sophia, returned to P. with 
(1790) Nov. 15, 1856. 

2603a Perry, Ora Eastman, a son of S. T. (1800) ; 
b. in May, and d. in June, 1856. 

2603 Phillips, Mary Ann; unm. dau. of Iversand 

Rebecca (Carter) P., of Fitehburg ; born in 
Worcester, 1831, and is niece of Mrs. George 
(623) ; kept school there, summer of 1856. 
Phillips, see 2581. 

(1807) Pickard, Daniel W., and wife, left this place 
June 2d, 1856, to visit two of his brothers, — 
one in Jacksonville, 111., and the other in Plat- 
teville, Wis. ; was taken with very ill health as 
soon as he arrived there ; has scarcely preached 
since, but in the autumn took some of the classes 
to teach, in the Classical and English Acade- 
my at Platteville, where his brother, J. L. 
Pickard, is principal. 

2604 Pierce, Ch's Andrew, s. maker; came from 

Boxford to this place, May 12, 1856 ; is s. of 



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51 



Ch's A., Jr., and Priseilla (Clement) P. ; b. in 
Boston April 13, 1829; w. is 2605 Olive 
Ann (Emerson), sister to Mrs. Fegan (530) ; 
no ch. (Jan., 1857). 

(1740) Pierce, or Pearee, Geo. W., m. wid. Kelly 
(1222), in 1856 ; is s.of Philip and Mary; b. in N. 
Bedford ; (He enlisted into the U. S. service, 
where he formerly was, about Jan., 1857, and 
his w. went to live in W. Newbury, where she 
belongs). 

2606 Pike, Harriet Cc-burn, dau. of T. S. and H. 

F. (1817) ;b. Aug. 23, 1856. 

(1832) Pitman, E. Marcus, returned to Exeter, N. 
H. Oct. 30, 1855. 

2607 Plummer, Elizabeth Gove, dau. of Dea. 

John Lewis and Joanna (Rogers) Plummer, 
of W. Newbury, (lower parish) ; b. June 8, 
1838 ; kept the school in S. Groveland, sum- 
mer of 1856. She is cousin to (2610.) 
(1839) Plummer, Laura, returned home June 10, 
1856. 

(1842) Poor, Eben Smith ; left Groveland March, 
1856, and went to Boston with Davis & Co., 
cor. of Winter and Washington sts. ; and he 
is said to be the best Ambrotype artist in 
Boston. 
Poor, see also, 2522, 2525, 2601. Pulsifer, 
2552. 

(1847) Pressey, Harrison, m. wid. Hannah Sargent 
in Nov., 1856, and r. in Haverhill. 

(1859) Quimby, Elizabeth Nelson, was in a mil- 
liner's shop at Haverhill, summer of 1856. 

Ramsey, see 2454. 

(1870) Reed, Eliza Ann, was with (1874), in 1856. 

(1888) Renton, John Anstee, has his machine and 
cutler's shop at S. N. Bailey's, in W. Newbury. 

2608 Reynolds, Sarah Ann, dau. of (1905) ; was 

b. and d. Nov. 1856. 

(i9ii)Rice, Geo. "Wash., removed to Georgetown 
Nov., 1856. 

(i92o) Richardson, Ch's Henry, went to Topsfield, 
1856. 

(1933) Richardson, Mary Elizabeth, m. July 27, 
1856, her 2d cousin, viz.: Henry Moody, s.of 
Moody and Elizabeth (Titcomb) Brickett, and 
a g. s. of Amos Brickett, — both of his parents 
being cousin to her mother. 

2609 Rich, Alex. Gross, a seaman from Truro, on 

Cape Cod, where he was b. May 13, 1833 ; s. 
of Sam'l and Mary (Gross), and g. s. of Sam'l 
and Thankful (Bangs) Rich, of T. ; family 
remains in T, while he is here to work at s. 
making, this winter of 1856-7 ; w. is Alvina 
Smith, dau. of his step-uncle, Atkins S. Rich ; 

ch. are Atkins S., b. Nov. 11, 1853 ; and , 

b. Feb., 1857. 

(1943) Ricker, Alex. Ch's, has worked for Sam'l Lit- 
tle in Georgetown, the past season ; w. been 
with (2062). 

(1953) Ricker, Mary Jane, m. Norman J. Kelly. 

2610 Rogers, Geo. Calvin, b. in W.Newbury Sept. 

16,1837; at Merrimack Academy winter of 
1856-7 ; is the only ch. of Calvin and Eliza- 
beth Rebecca (Rogers) R., and g. s. of Sam'l 



and Joanna (Chase) Rogers, all of W. New- 
bury. 
Rogers, see also 2607. 

(200o)Rundlet, Lucius Page, has been with his 
uncle Leonard (2186), since Oct., 1855. 

Sampson, see 2536. 

2611 Sanborn, Harriet Newell, adopted dau. of 

Jere. B. (2002) ; has been with them since 
Sept., 1856 ; her parents are James and Nan- 
cy Jane (West) Card, of Raymond, N. H. 

2612 Sargent, Awra Scott Tuttle, s. of W.and 

S. G. (2021), b. June 26, 1856. 

2613 Sargent, Ch's Dustin, s. of N. and L. M. 

(2016), b. Oct. 18, 1856. 

2614 Sargent, Geo. Chase, was with sister (352), 

autumn of 1856 ; went to r. with Hazen Web- 
ster, in W. Haverhill. 
Sargent, see also (106O)) 2559, (1847), and 2650. 

2615 Saunders, Amos Joseph, grad. of Brown 

University in 1855 ; has been Preceptor of 
Merrimack Academy, since Aug., 1856 ; he is 
s. of Joseph and Mary of Rowley, where he 
was b. Aug. 3, 1826, and g. s. of John Saun- 
ders ; his mother, who is dau. of Tho's Mighill, 
m. 1st to Tho's Todd, but is now a wid. in 
Rowley, where Mr. S's w. is residing (this win- 
ter of 1856-7) ; who is a native of Jay, Me., 
viz. : Lucy Parkhurst, dau. of John Savage. 

2616 Saunders, John Henry, b. in Billerica Nov. 

9, 1844 ; came to r. with (2601) April 29, 
1856 ; his f. John, s. of Eben., d. in 1848 ; his 
mother, Almira (Haynes), d. in 1847, and the 
other ch. of his parents is Almira, at Salmon 
Falls, N. H. 

Savage, see 2615; Scott, see 2656. 

2617 Savary, Eldred Parker, s. of J. A. and C. 

D. (2039), b. Aug. 10, 1856. 

2618 Savary, George, s. of J. H. and M. A. (2038), 

b. Dec. 12, 1856. 

(2066)Searl, Abbie Dorothy, was at school in W. 
Amesbury, summer of 1856. 

(2071) Shaw, Ch's Augustus, has been in the em- 
ploy of Sam'l Little of Georgetown, as his 
agent, in building his establishment. 

Sheen ; Simpson ; Smith; see 2574; 2527; 
2656. 

2620 Smith, Geo. Orlando, M. D., came from 

Rochester, N. H., to Groveland, June 13, 1856, 
to practise in his profession ; s. of Jacob, s. of 
Benj., of Rowley, and Hannah, dau. of Eli- 
phalet Emery of W. Newbury ; b. in Dun- 
barton, N. H., Dec. 16, 1825 ; Grad. Wood- 
stock Medical School, in 1852 ; and his w. is 
2619 Melinda Augusta, dau. of Nathan, s. 
of Paul and Mary (Somerby) Lunt of New- 
buryport, by his w. Sybell, dau. of Jere. Good- 
rich ; b. in W. Newbury March 13, 1829. 

Solomons ; Somerby; see 2441, and 2620. 

2621 Somes, Angelia Foster, dau. of C. B. and 

E. R. (2110), b. Jan. 13, 1856. 

(2113) Somes, R. Franklin, m. M. P. Harriman, 
March 9, 1856. 

2624 Spofford, Henry Hovey ; unm. ; s. of Solo- 
mon (2625) ; is of his f's trade ; b. Dec. 12, 
1835. 



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[April, 



(2126) Spofford, Mary Putnam, d. Feb. 8, 1856. 

2625 SpofEbrd, Solomon ; mill wright, carriage 

maker, etc. ; s. of Isaac and Mehitable (Wood) 
S. ; b. in N. Andover, June 20, 1799 ; w. 2623 
Catherine, dau. of Joseph Carleton, and sis. 
to (2140) ; b. in Boxford June 12, 1797; ch., 
Harriet, b. 1829, d. y. ; Ch's, b. 1831, m. Helen 
Nichols, of Amesbury ; Carleton, b. 1833, died 
with croup ; Henry H. (2624) ; and 2622 Al- 
den, b. 1842. 

2626 Spofford, Wm. Edw'd, adopted by J. M. 

(2122), in 1856 ; is s. of her sister Sally Gage 
Stilling (1514) ; b. in Lawrence, Aug., 1854. 
(2131) Spofford, Wm. Henry, removed from town 
in 1856. 
Spofford, see also, 2450 and 2545. 

Sprague, Havilah Morey, a member of 
Amherst College ; taught school here, winter 
of 1856-7 ; is s. of Wm. B. and Joanna 
(Hutchins) S., of West Killingly, Conn. ; b. 
Oct., 1835. 

(2J4l) Stacy. Tim. Aug., removed to Atkinson, N. 
H., Aug., 1855, where his son, Geo. Aug. was 
b. Sept. 1, 1856. 

Standley, see 2638. 

2628 Sterling, Mary Maria, b. in Milltown-Malbay, 
Co. of Clare, Ireland, about 1832; is dau. of 
James and Bridget (Kelly) Sterling, and niece 
to (1221) ; came to America in 1852; came 
from Newberg, Canada West, to this place ; 
and was with (1564) awhile, in 1856. 

2630 Stevens, Betsey, w. of Philip (622) ; was in 

town awhile since m. ; also, her son, 2629 Al- 
van Andrew, b. Dec. 5, 1849, — is sometimes 
at his grandfather's. 

(2162) Stickney, Abel, m. Ann R. Balch, March 13, 
1856. 

2631 Stickney, Cara Olive, dau. of (2184); b.and 

d. in 1856. 

(2179) Stickney, G. Erastus, m. S. J. Page Oct. 23, 
1856. 

(2190) Stickney, Mary Jane, wife of Tho's W., died 
June 14, 1856 ; and he broke up house-keep- 
ing, and went to r. with his bro., L. W., but 
returned East in a few months ; their dau., An- 
nett Augusta, went to live at Hampton, N. H, 
in Aug., 1856 ; and the youngest one, is adopt- 
ed by G. W. Hopkinson, (2191). 
Stickney, Stilling, Stivers, 2191, 2626, 
2491. 

2632 Sweeney, John, who came to r. with (1274), 

July 4, 1856, is s. of John and Ellen (Dela- 
hony), and g. s. of Morgan and Julia (Harley) 
Sweeny, of parish of Inniscarra, near Cork, 
Ireland, where he was b. about 1831. 

2633 Taft, Michael, an overseer in the mill awhile, 

1855; b. about 1805; came from Blackstone. 

(22.39) Tappan, Mary Ada, was at school in Ando- 
ver, summer of 1850. 

Tice, Titcomb, Todd; 2441, 1933, 2615. 

(2258) Tidd, C, Sumner, went to Chester, with 
(1372). 

2634 Torrey, Angelon Dana, who came from 

Newburyport to Groveland Jan., 1856, and m., 
O't. 2d, E. S. Hardy ; is a s. maker ; born in 
Dixfield, Me., Nov.*22, 1833, where his g. f., 
Sam'l Torrey, died, whose w. was Hannah 



Carpenter, of Mass. ; his f., AVillard Torrey, 
was b. in Sutton, Mass., whose w. is Lydia, 
dau. of Sam'l Knight. 

Torr, see 2582. 

(2269) Toundly, John, removed his family to West 
Newbury May 13, 1856 ; and have a s., Henry 
Eugene, b. the morning of June 15th, 1856 ; 
the same hour that her bro. Elbridge's s. Wm. 
Eaton, was born. 

(2273) Turner, Watts, returned June 10, 1856. 

(23l0)Walker, Wm. Bollins, returned from Con- 
cord, N. H, summer of 1856, and is now 
manufacturing shoes. 

(2317) Wallingford, Sophia, d.May 28, 1856. 

2635 Walsh, James Edwin, s. of John and Mar- 

garet Ann (Frith) Walsh ; b. in Portsmouth, 
N. H., Dec. 6, 1841 ; came to r. with his uncle 
(2318), July 7, 1856. 

(2322) Walsh, James Samuel, has been with a da- 
guerreotype artist the past summer. 

(2326) Walsh, Matilda, has been in Lawrence 
lately. 

2636 Walton, Benj. Tim., a butcher, with his bro.; 

came to Groveland Nov. 5, 1856, from Salem, 
where he was b. Jan. 6, 1836, and m. Hannah 
Maria, dau. of Cook Buxton, of Danvers, who 
d. Feb. 21, 1856, aged 19 ; ch., Electa A., d. 
y. ; and Hannah Maria, b. in Stoneham, 2 
weeks before her mother deceased. 

2638 Walton, Geo. Davis, butcher ; b. in Salem 
Oct. 11, 1823 ; is s. of Tim. and Clarissa (Mer- 
rill) W., and g. s. of Josiah and Lydia (Mans- 
field) Walton, of Lynnfield ; m. 2643 Mar- 
garet, b. in Marblehead, Aug. 8, 1819, who 
is dau. of Geo. and Margaret (Standley) 
Hooper, and g. d. of Wm. and Grace (Cas- 
well) Hooper, all of Marblehead ; r. in Salem, 
while 4 ch. were b., and Danvers, from Feb. 1, 
1854, until they came here, Oct. 29, 1856; 
ch., 2640 Harriet H., b. Nov. 6, 1844 ; 2642 
Margaret Ellen, b. Jan. 6, 1846 ; 2637 
Eliza P., b. May 25, 1847; 2639 Geo; 
Henry, b. Oct. 19,1848; and 2644 Mary 
L. C. March 21, 1855. 

2641 Walton, John, whose family came here 
Aug. 30, 1856 ; is a seaman ; s. of Wm., Jr., 
and Susanna (Maxfield) Walton, of Salisbury, 
where he was b., Aug. 11, 1799 ; has been m. 
twice, but has no ch. by either ; 1st w. was 
Hannah Jennings, and 2d w. is 2645 Mary, 
dau. of his uncle Sam'l Walton, b. in East 
Salisbury Jan. 1, 1808 ; and her mother was 
Nancy, dau. of Col. Benj. Evans, of Salisbury 
Point Mrs. W. m., 1st, Ch's C, s. of Nicho- 
las P. French, by whom had, b. in Salisbury, 
on Ring's Island, the following ch. : Mary, who 
d., aged 16 ; Elizabeth C, d., aged 6 ; Nieho- 
P., r. on Ring's Island ; Abby Pike (2494) ; 
Caroline P., d. 1846, aged 19, who was m. to 
Ch's R. March ; Nancy K., d. y. ; and Ch's C. 
(2495). 

(2330) Wasson, David Atwood, who supplied 
Tho's W. Higginson's desk, in Worcester, 
during the winter of 1855-6 ; returned home 
May 1, 1856. 

2646 Watkins, Geo, Elijah, s. maker ; came to 
Groveland the first time, Dec. 5, 1855, from 
Holliston, where his grand-parents live, viz. : 



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53 



Elijah, Jr., and Polly (Badger) Watkins ; Mr. 
W. is s. of Andrew and Chloe (dau. of Still- 
man Wilcox of Granville) Watkins, and born 
in Sandisfield June 13, 1832; m., in 1856, 

2647 Hannah Melvina, dau. of William 
and Sarah (Leland) Mitchell of Sangerville, 
Me., where she was born May 8, 1 835 ; but 
she removed to Farmington, Mass., spring of 
1854 ; they came here, 1856. 

(2332) Watson, Geo. Edw'd, s. (adopted) of (2334), 
and s. of Wm. and Sophia A. Edwards ; m. 

2648 Cornelia B. Moulton, in Oct., 1856, 
and went to Boxford in November. 

2649 Weather bee, Mrs. Urania, in the mill awhile. 

2650 Whittier, Elizabeth, who came to Groveland 

July 7, 1856 ; is the w. of Kimball, s. of Wm. 
Whittier, of Haverhill (bro. to 1229), by whom 
has had 4 ch. (all b. in H.) 2651 Margaret 
L., b. Feb. 26, 1843, here awhile ; Wilder Y., 
d. y. ; Geo. W., b. Aug. 9, 1847; and 2652. 
Viola Victoria, b. April 30, 1855. She is 
dau. of Levi and Hannah (Sargent) Young, 
g. dau. of Joseph, who d. in Salem about 1851, 
aged about 80, and is a niece of (2017) ; b. in 
Brentwood, N. H, Feb. 10, 1820. 

2653 Wiggin, John Henry, see Henry S. (2358 ) 
Wilcox, see 2646. 



2654 Wilkins, Dan, member of the scientific school 
of Dartmouth College ; teaching school here, 
winter of 1856-7 ; is s. of Philip C. and Phebe 
S. (Paterson) W., and g. s. of Daniel and Abi- 
gail (Clement) Wilkins, of Claremont, N. H. ; 
b. in Littleton, N. H., Oct. 7, 1833. Other 
places, where he has taught, are Dalton, 1851- 
2; Littleton, 1853-4, and 1856; Topsfield 
dis. school, 1855-6, and assistant in the acade- 
my there, 1854-5. 

2656 Willis, Joseph, came from W. Newbury to r. 

in Groveland, Sept. 18, 1856 ; was b. in Bur- 
ham, east part of Kent Co., Eng., March 2, 
1798; came to America, in 1835, and to W. 
Newbury, June 13th that year; and is s. of 
Tho's and Ann (Pearce) Willis; w. is 2655 
Elizabeth M., dau. of Robert, Jr., and 
Sarah A. (Smith) Hood ; b. in Rye, Sussex 
Co., Eng., March 3, 1798; ch., Caroline, in. 
James Gordon, r. Eng'd ; Frances, m. Win. 
Kennet, from England ; Ann, m. Tho's Scott ; 
James ; Jos. Robert (2385) ; Wm. H. (2388) ; 
Hannah M. (1379) ; and John H. 

2657 Willis, Ruth Coffin, dau. of J. R. (2385), 

has been with her g. parents (2656), since her 
mother died. 

Woodman ; Wood ; Young, see 2441, 
2625, 2650. 



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TOPOGRAPHY OP GROVELAND. 

Besides the name of each family with the time when they occu- 
pied each dwelling in Groveland since these were built, sketches of 
the residences, and plans of the farms would be interesting, and show 
to the future generations where their ancestors once lived and labored. 

All who are willing to contribute something for this object, will please 
to make it known soon as convenient, that we may have the engravings 
prepared in season for the printer. 

We here give some for samples; the expense of wood cuts, the size 
of these, would be from six to fifteen dollars, each. 




Residence of SAMUEL 
formerly the old 



WILLBY (No. 
Jonas Piatt's 1 





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flB 




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David W. Hopkinson's House. Widow Bailey's House. 

Residences of David TV. Hopkinson (No. 1028, p. 23), and Wid. Bailey (No. 61, p. 10) ; formerly the residences of 
Wm. and Jona. Bailey, descendants of Dea. Joseph Bailey, who was the origiaal owner of the place. 



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[April, 



AN EXTRACT OF A DEED OF LAND, TO EBENEZER BAILEY, SITUATED IN THE WEST 
PARISH OF HAVERHILL, ABOUT FIVE MILES FROM THE MARKET IN THAT 
TOWN. 

To all People to whom these presents shall come, Greeting, know ye that Jonathan Baily, 
Nathan Baily* Joseph Baily, Richard Baily, Amos Baily, John &; Abigail Day &f Joanna Baily ye children and 
Heirs of Richard^ Baily late of Bradford in y e County of Essex & province of ye Massachusets Bay in New 
England Gent, deceased, for divers Good Causes & considerations moving, have remised released & forever 
quitclaimed, & by these presents for themselves and their Heirs do fully clearly & absolutely remise release & 
forever quitclaim unto their Brother Ebenezer Baily% of Haverhill in ye County and province aforesaid Husband- 
man, in his full and peaceable possession & to his Heirs & assigns forever, all such Right, Estate, Title, Enterest 
and Demand as they ye said Jonathan,^ Nathan, Joseph,\\ Richard &?Amos Baily^ $■ John Sf Abigail Day** 8f Joanna 
BailyW had or ought to have in a certain parcell of Land sciluate in Haverhill aforesaid containing about fiftysix 
acres, be it more or Less, bounded Northerly by Symond's Farm so called, Easterly by Land of Benjamin Green- 
leaf §" Timothy Emerson, Westerly by Land of Amos Baily Sf Humphrey Baily%% Sf Southerly by Land of y e afore- 
said Heirs quit claimed to their Brother Richard Baily§§ by a Deed of even date with these presents by stakes and 
stones 

To Have and to Hold, ye said parcell of Land ******** shall warrant & for- 
ever defend by these presents. In witness whereof they have hereuuto set their hands and seals this twenty-first 
Day of November in ye twenty-second year of his Majesties Reign Anno Domini 1 748 



Signed Sealed & delivered 



ngn 



in y e presence of 



^afflhcort. (fb Q^tsJt* 



U/UCuu^y, /^{aM4^ 




:ce 



Jifi^au 








Essex ss. February 15, 1749-50 appeared Jonathan 
Bailey Nathan Bailey ******* and acnoleged 
the above written Insterament to be/AezVactand deed 
before me 

lye* y**- c^r*~*4> * / 

Justice of ye peace 



* Nathan removed to W. Andover, where his g. 8. Nathan has 
lived. 

t Dea. Richard Bailey, together with his neighbor, Caleb Hopkin- 
son bought, of which this is a part, two pieces of land of " Epeheraim 
Roberdes," Dec. 4, 1725, " Lying and being in the township of Haver- 
hill aforesaid. Imprimus, one hundred and fifty acres, more or 
less, bounded Southerly on Old Spiggott path, Westerly on Land 
of Richard Littlehale, Northerly on land of or belonging to the heirs 
of Mr. John Ward, and Easterly on Land formerly Hugh Shcrratt's, 
now known by the name of Woodbridge's Land * * * according as 
ir, is entered in a Deed from John Ayer, Sen'r to my father Daniel 
Hen. hicks deceased, Dated May 10, 1090. Being said Ayer's Third 
Division Land (excepting and reserving fifty acres next to Sherratts), 
end " one other parcell of Land containing by estimation forty acres" 
on the Southerly side of the path, and opposite the first piece, which 
was " a part of Daniel Hendricks's Third Division or addition Land." 

X Ebeu Bailey had among his nine children a eon Jonathan that 



tZtti 




3°°"™*' %ay&y 



on 






lived and died on 
this place, and now 
the same house 
owned and occu- 
pied by John, son 
of Jooathan. 

§ Jonathan remained on the homestead — now owned by D. W. 
Hopkinson. 

|| Joseph settled on the back part of the lot owned by his f. and g. f. 

If Amos Bailey's g. s. Amos owns the original house, and still re- 
sides on this place. 

** John Day lived in the west part of Bradford. 

tt Joanna was a school teacher — d. unmarried. 

it Humphrey, son of Lt. Thomas Bailey, was probably related to 
them, and his land is now owned and occupied by Isaac, son of Jedo- 
diah I'ettengill. 

§§ Richard's descendants are about all in the Western States. Eben. 
D. Bailey, of Haverhill, is one of them. 

Illl William Balch, one cf the witnesses, was the Rev. Mr. Balch, 
pastor of the church in East Bradford. 



$a#tg €mh r - Cnmmenritig Smranrij 1, 1857. 



83- most op the following record has been copied from the newspapers in the 

VALLEY, BUT WE HOPE IN FUTURE TO HAVE VOLUNTARY CORRESPONDENTS IN THE VARI- 
OUS TOWNS, AND ESPECIALLY IN THE PLACES WHERE NO PAPER IS PRINTED. ALL WHO ARE 
INTERESTED IN ANY EVENTS HAPPENING IN THE VALLEY, FROM THE ATLANTIC TO LAKE WIN- 
NIPISEOGEE, ARE INVITED TO COMMUNICATE. WE WANT TO KNOW EVERYTHING. PLEASE GIVE 
IT TO US CONCISE AND AUTHENTIC. 



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AMESBURY. 



HIS town, -which was formerly the west part of old 
Salisbury, has in it several -villages. The settlement 
on Powow river is the west part of the village, called 
Amesbury and Salisbury Mills, the principal streets of 
■which are wide and comfortable ; among them, are 
Main, on which is the Manufacturers' Hotel, kept by 
Zebedee B. Morrill ; Friend, where the Poet Whit- 
tier resides, — and School-st., which extends in a 
southerly direction from Friend to the head of Main, 
and is continued towards the river by the name of 
Ferry-st. At the head of Main-st. is the residence of 
Mr. Frederick Bagley, and near him, Capt. Enoch 
Huntington's, who have both given their attention to 
historical and genealogical researches. In the south- 
west part of the town are River Village, and one near 
by the corner, called West Amesbury Village, which 
are new and flourishing, — where the industrious resi- 
dents are mostly engaged in the manufacture of car- 
riages. 

At Birch Meadow, in the west part of the town and 
about one and a half miles from the corner, may be 
found two, whose ancestors lived in this locality, that 
have been collecting materials for a genealogy of their 
families, and a history of this district, namely, Giles 
M. Kelley and Darius Sargent ; and, also, besides 
their historical researches, they have classified the ani- 
mals and vegetables in that vicinity, where more than 
a thousand species have been discovered by them, — 
it being an interesting field for the study of Natural 
History. 

Alive and Vigorous. — Mr. David Emerson, 
now 66 years old, who was one of the Dartmoor pris- 
oners, is living at the Mills. He says that he sailed 
from Salem, in the privateer Growler, of five guns, on 
the 6th of June, 1813 ; was captured in July, and 
carried into St. John's, N. F. After being confined 
there thirty days, in irons, he was carried to Gibraltar, 
and from there to England, where he remained till 
June, 1815, — having been nine months of the time 
in Dartmoor prison. Mr. Emerson arrived home 
Aug. 6, 1815, after a passage of forty-nine days, having 



been twenty-five months a prisoner. Among others 
with him in prison, now living in this county, are 
Capt. Charles Westcott, in Newburyport, and about 
half a dozen in Gloucester. 

A New Post Office has been lately established 
in the river village, called the South Amesbury P. O., 
and Mr. Eben. Fullington appointed master of it. 

Jacob S. Fullington has been appointed Deputy 
Sheriff, by the new Sheriff of Essex county. 

Azor G. Woodman has been appointed Justice 
of the Peace for Essex county. 

Agricultural Association, at the mills, holds 
monthly meetings. 

Town Meeting, for choice of officers, and other 
business for the year, was held March 2d. Town 
Clerk, is Joseph Merrill, Jr. ; Selectmen, Elbridge M. 
Morse, Wm. Swett and Nathan Huse ; Collector and 
Treasurer, George Perkins. 

Donation Party. — Rev. Mr. Childs, on re- 
moving into the new parsonage-house, received a visit 
of the people of his charge. Besides things necessary 
to replenish the larder of the house in shape of eata- 
bles, and other useful articles, a purse of $ 53 was 
handed him. 

J. W. M. Hunt has received the appointment of 
P. M., at West Amesbury. 



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ANDOVER. 



OTWITHSTANDING this town included until 
lately about half of Lawrence and the whole of North 
Andover, it still is one of the largest in territory in 
the vicinity, and is noted for its schools, private and 
public. The last school established is the Punchard 
Free School, dedicated 2d of Sept., 1856, — when an 
address, by Rev. Dr. Fuller was delivered, which has 
been published, with an appendix containing the 
action of the town on the subject, act of incorporation, 
list of Trustees, Instructors, etc. 

(55) 



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RESEARCHES AND RECORDER OF MERRIMACK VALLEY. 



[April, 



Lecturers before the Andover Lyceum, 
winter of 1856-7, have been : — 

1. Rev. John S. C. Abbott, of Brunswick, Me. ; sub- 
ject, Pioneer Life Two Hundred Years ago. 

2. Dr. J. V. C. Smith, of Boston ; subject, Modern 
Egypt, and its Institutions, Resources aud Pros- 
pects. 

3. Rev. H. D. Walker, of East Abington ; subject, 
The Model Woman. 

4. Hon. Josiah Quincy, Jr., of Boston ; subject, The 
Mormons. 

5. Rev. J. C. Bodwell, of Framingharn ; subject, 
Charles Dickens. 

6. Rev. Dr. Andrew P. Peabody, of Portsmouth, N. 
H. ; subject, Harmony of Nature and Art. 

7. Right Rev. Thomas M. Clark, D. D., of Provi- 
dence, R. I. ; subject, Form and Substance, or the 
Body and the Soul. 

8. Dr. Charles T. Jackson, of Boston ; subject, 
Geology. 

9. Rev. Rufus W. Clark, of East Boston ; subject, 
Ocean Scenery. 

10. Rev. E. O. Haven, D. D., of Boston; subject, 
The West. 

11. Rev. Ebenezer Cutler, of Worcester; subject, 
Moral Value of Fine Art. 

12. Hon. Rufus Choate, of Boston ; subject, The 
Periods of Revolution as affecting Deliberative Elo- 
quence. 

13. Wendell Phillips, Esq., of Boston ; subject, The 
Philosophy of Reform. 

14. Rt. Rev. Thomas M. Clark, D. D., of Providence, 
R. I. ; subject, The Next Fifty Years. 

Hoops. — In the Andover Advertiser, of Jan. 3d 
(Vol. IV., No. 47), which its neighboring journals call 
the spicy little newspaper, is a piece of poetry, with 
the following : — 

"If her hoops are very immense,'' — 
alluding to the fashion, which has been in vogue for 
about three years past, of the women wearing in 
the inner skirt of their dress two or three hoops, six 
to nine feet in circumference, made of very hard- 
twisted cotton cord, whalebone or ratan. A similar 
fashion prevailed about a hundred years ago. 

Invention. — Rev. Amos Abbott of this town, has 
invented a nautical instrument, that is recommended 
very highly by scientific and practical astronomers, 
which solves all cases of astronomy without the use 
of logarithms. 

Aid for Kansas. — Essex county has contributed 
about seven thousand dollars, besides clothing, etc. 
From Andover, clothing, five hundred and thirty 
dollars. 

Prof. Phelps preached the sermon at the ordina- 
tion of Elisha D. Bates, — a graduate of the Semi- 
nary, class of 1855, — at Southboro', Jan. 8, 1857. 

Surprise Parties. — Eben B. Tyler, sexton of 
the Free Church, whose wife has been deprived of the 
use of her limbs for several years past and suffered 
much, was surprised, on the evening of Jan. 13th, by 



a party of about 80 persons visiting them unexpect- 
edly, and presenting nearly as many dollars worth of 
this world's good things. About the same time, Rev. 
Thomas N. Jones of North Reading, in the same man- 
ner, received a purse of $100, and other good things, 
— among them a supply of fuel for a year. 

Prye Village. — Burns Festival at this factory 
village, evening of Jan. 24th, to celebrate the birth- 
day of the Poet, was called good. Scotch songs were 
sung, Owler's band of instrumental music, from 
Lowell, delighted the audience, and the Albion Glee 
Club, of Lawrence, completely electrified the com- 
pany ; sentiments and toasts were given, — 
" Resolved to meet some 'ither day." 

Their Library Association has thirty-two members 
number of volumes taken out the past year, 618 
number of volumes added, 32. Officers for 1857-8 
James Smith, President ; Alex. Scrimgeour, Sec'y 
Hugh Smart, Librarian and Treasurer ; and David 
Middleton, Andrew L. Frye, John Dove, Committee. 

Henry Cummings, Esq., late of this town, has 
been appointed Superintendent of Common Schools, 
in Gloucester. 

Hens. — A person in this town, bought twelve hens 
Jan. 22, 1856, which produced him 1630 eggs, besides 
41 chickens; net income is estimated to be $13; — 
they were fed on corn and buckwheat to satiety. 

West Andover. — The people are greatly rejoiced 
that Messrs. Charles G. Moors and Tris. B. Bailey, po- 
licemen in that part of the town, have broken up two 
dens of Rum-and-Rowdyism, viz. : at the " Half-way 
House," and in " Happy Hollow." 

Annual Town Meeting. — Officers elected for 
1857-8: Town Clerk and Treasurer, Edward Taylor; 
Selectmen, Assessors,.and Overseers of the Poor, Geo. 
Foster, Charles Shattuck, John B. Jenkins ; Collector 
of Taxes, Asa H. Brown. Appropriations, $2,500 
for highways ; 3,500, for schools ; 8,000 for current 
expenses. The selectmen were authorized and in- 
structed to appoint a committee of three to prosecute 
violations of the liquor law, and may, if necessary, 
expend $500. 

Dr. Benj. P. Abbott, formerly of this town, has 
been chosen one of the selectmen of Melrose. 

View of Andover. — W. F. Draper, the pub- 
lisher and bookseller of this town, has published a 
Lithographic View of the place, embracing the whole 
village, accurately sketched from a hill, in the rear of 
Dea. Peter Smith's house ; — size of the picture, 24 by 
17 inches. Price, $1 25. 

Music. — The Mcndelsshon Quintette Club gave a 
concert of their good music here, on the evening of 
March 9 th. 

Fat Cattle. — S. G. Valpey, of this town, bought 
ten oxen, which he sold for $1,447 ; a pair of them, 



1857.] 



PASSING EVENTS.-CONCORD— HAVERHILL. 



57 



fattened by S. G. Fletcher of Bridgewater, N. H., 
weighed 4,000 lbs.— sold for $425. 

Moody Bridges and Ja's C. Carleton, of 
this town, are Deputy Sheriffs of Essex county. 

Ballard Vale. — A course of lectures to young 
men was delivered in this village the past winter. 

Isaac O. Blunt, Esq., of this locality, has been ap- 
pointed a Justice of the Peace for this county. 

The India Rubber Shoe Company, which has occu- 
pied the large '' machine shop" here, owned by Alfred 
Kittredge, Esq., of Haverhill, have concluded to give 
up the business here. 

An agreeable social party of all ages, to the num- 
ber of over 200 met in one of the rooms of the above- 
named building, on the evening of March 13. Music 
by the Lawrence Brass Band ; — a beautiful Ottoman 
was presented by the young ladies to Mr. S. C. Am- 
bler, Superintendent of the N. A. P. Boot and Shoe 
Factory. 



E 



CONCOBD, N. II. 



EING the capital of the State, this city is the 
resilience of many of the various State ollicers, as 
well as G. Parker Lyon, who continues to publish the N. 
Hampshire Register, yearly; and Rev. Nath'l Bouton, 
D. D., who has published of late a very large volume, 
containing a history of Concord, and genealogies of 
many of its families. 

Organization of city government, for 1857-8, was 
March 17th; John Kimball was elected President of 
the Common Council, and David Watson was unani- 
mously chosen City Clerk. In the address of the 
Mayor, John Abbott, he says Concord has "about two 
hundred miles of road ; three large bridges across the 
Merrimack, three a crossthe Contoocook; seven across 
Turkey river; besides seven across the Soucook — one 
half of which latter number belong to the city of 
Concord." 

New City Hall. — The first public occupancy, — 
of the new and beautiful hall constructed for the uses 
of the city, — within the imposing edifice (on Court 
House Hill), was on the evening of Jan. 21, 1857, 
when Messrs. Davis and Morey, by their pupils, gave 
a concert of Music. Notwithstanding the ample di- 
mensions of the hall, it was very perfectly lighted by 
twenty-two jets of gas. 

Charles Morey, whose, wife is daughter of Dr. 
Thomas Chadbourn of this city, was, through the 
ignorance of a sentinel, shot in Paris, France, at 9 
o'clock, on the morning of Dec. 26, 1850. He had 
been in successful business some five or .six years, in 
connection with Mr. Goodyear, in the India Rubber 
business. 

An Explosion of one of the boilers, at the new 
steam mill, near Horse Shoe Pond, took place Friday 
afternoon, Jan. 23d, instantly killing Mr. L. A. Web- 



ster (see obit, notices) ; and Mr. Kenniston, the fire- 
man, was thrown some fifty feet on a pile of lumber, 
and besides being considerably bruised had an arm 
broken, so that amputation was found necessary. 

News of the Death of Brooks, who struck 
down upon the Senate floor, Sumner, on the 22d of 
May, 185G, came to Concord Jan. 28. He died a 
very painful death the day previous. 

A Quarter-Centennial Sermon was preached 
by Rev. E. E. Cummings in Pleasant Street Church, 
Sabbath afternoon, Feb. 15, 1857, when he gave a his- 
tory of the progress, the men, and the revivals in con- 
nection with Baptists in this city, for the last twenty- 
five years. 

The First Baptist Society, in Fishersville, are about 
building a new house of worship, this summer ; John 
S. Brown, Dana S. Pratt, and Sam'l Merriam, build- 
ing committee. 

Concord High School. — The members of this 
school assembled in. Stickney's Hall, evening of March 
3d, when their late teacher, Mr. Farnsworth, was pre- 
sented with a gold watch-chain, worth $30. 

The Resignation of Rev. Hiram Whitcher, as 
pastor of the South Freewill Baptist church, in this 
city, has been tendered. 

Octavius T. Rogers, of Milton, Mass., one of 
the successful boys who emigrated from Concord, is 
contractor for the stone work of the long range of 
twenty-five massive granite stores to be erected, — in 
that space, so well known by every one who knows 
anything of Boston, — between Long and Central 
Wharves, extending from near the Custom House to 
near the present termination of the two wharves. 

Farewell Discourse. — Rev. Newton E. Marble, 
rector of the Episcopal church in this city the past nine 
years, preached to a large congregation, Sabbath, P. M., 
March 29th, 1857, a farewell discourse, — which was 
intensely interesting and affecting. It was a record 
of the experience of the Parish from its earliest date. 
The removal of Mr. Marble (to Newtown, Conn.) ex- 
cites general regret. Mr. Marble is one of the pupils 
of the well known Prof. Benj. Greenleaf, of Bradford, 
where his parents deceased a few years ago. 



F 



HAVERHILL. 



_ OR about ten years this town has been increasing, 
from year to year, in numbers and business, more 
than any of the old towns about. We may judge 
something of its activity, when it is said that, over 100 
firms are in the shoe business, doing an aggregate 
business of six million dollars a year. Among them, 
M. D. George and Brothers, $250,000 ; Woodman and 
Lancaster, over $200,000 ; and Franklin Brickett, 
$150,000, who have moved into the Franklin Block, 
on Merrimack-st, which is in sight when you enter 



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RESEARCHES AND RECORDER OF MERRIMACK VALLEY. 



I AriiiL, 



the town from the B. and M. Depot. Taxes raised 
this year, $40,000, for town purposes. The number 
of inhabitants have increased, from less than 3,000 in 
1800, to about three times that number in 1856, so 
that they are calculating to be a city by 18C0. The 
building, in the village, the past year, has been to the 
cost of about $150,000 ; and, probably, more will be 
done this year. Mr. Brickett, above, has furnished us 
with the list of what has been done on the different 
streets, viz. : 

Apple — 2 dwelling houses, built by George W. Went- 
worlh. 

Benjamin — 1 house, each, by Edwin Bowley, and 
Levi Taylor. 

Brickett — 2 houses, by M. D. George and F. 
Brickett ; 1 house, Martha Hale. 

Cedar — 1 house, each, by A. M. Davis, C. Wijrgin, 
11. Webster ; 2, each, M. D. George, Messrs. M. D. 
George and Franklin Brickett ; also, 1 shoe-shop, 
by M. D. G. and F. B. 

Chestnut — 1 house, by N. Priest ; 1 shop, by But- 
ters and Co. 

Elm— 1 house, by W. K. Whittier. 

Emerson — 1 house, each, by Levi Taylor, and G. 
W. Wentworth ; 1 barn, by Wm. H. Hewes. 

Fleet — 3 shops, 1 saloon, and 1 barn, by J. B. Brick- 
ett ; 2 stores, and the Masonic Hall, by A. Currier ; 
a shop, by A. P. Nichols ; 1 meat market, by Tay- 
lor and Bowley ; 2 machine shops, by J. H. Duncan. 

Fourth — 1 house, each, by E. Boynton, C. Agge, 
and J. A. Shaw. 

Franklin — 2 houses, each, by R. Webster, and F. 
Brickett ; 1 by D. M. Felch ; and 1 barn by F. 
Brickett. 

Grand — 1 house by Dr. Elliott. 

Green — 1 house by D. P. Harmon ; 1 barn, each, by 
W. O. Dresser, and M. O. Styles. 

Hale — 1 house, each, by J. Kelly, B. N. Pearson, 
and Mr. Bailey. 

Harrison — 1 house, each, by Cha's Wiggin, G. J. 
Pomroy, and H. F. Rich. 

Howe — 1 house and barn, by G. W. Wentworth. 

Huntington — 2 houses, by Sam'l Fellows. 

Jew — 1 house, each, by Moses Hook, Martin V. Hoyt, 
Stephen Roberts, and Levi Taylor; 2, each, by 
Peter E. Ayer, and M. F. Gordon ; shoe shop, by 
R. P. Cushman. 

JonN — 1 house, by B. N. Pearson. 

Kent — 1 house, by Centre Congregational Society. 

Lancaster — 1 house, by P. O'Connel. 

Lawrence — 1 house, by H. Amizon ; 1 ice-house, by 
Edwards and Bryant. 

Linden — 1 house, by W. R. Whittier. 

Locust — 1 house, each, by D. McGregor, and C. 
Shapleigh. 

Main — 1 house, by C. H. Dunbar ; 1 house, re-build- 
ed, by E. Hutchinson; 1 barn, each, by G. W. 
Lee, C. H. Dunbar, and S. Fellows ; 1 soap manu- 
factory, by J. Noyes. 

Merrimack — 1 store, each, bv Isaac Harding, Essex 
Bank, Joseph Bartlett, W. R. Whittier, M. D. 
George, Messrs. M. D. George and Franklin Brick- 
ett, Franklin Brickett ; 2 by J. C. Tilton ; 1 shop, 
by Mr. Gardner. 

Nichols Avenue — 1 house, each, by S. B. Abbott, 
Mr. Jewett, and Mr. Cross ; 1 barn, by A. P. 
Nichols. 

OncriAi;i>— 2 houses, by J. Fuller; 1 barn, by J. 
Cowdrcy. 

PECKER — 1 shop, by George Currier. 



Pentucket — 1 house, each, by E. Kellcy, and J. 
Bullock ; 2 by O. Walker ; 1 shop by F. A. Rich- 
ardson. 

Pleasant — 1 barn, by Walter N. Dole. 

Pond — 1 house, each, by the Messrs. Greens, and Da- 
vid Gile. 

Portland— 1 house, by Rev. Mr. Hassel ; 1 barn, 
by J. Stevens. 

Primrose — 2 houses, by F. Brickett ; 1 house, each, 
by J. G. Pomroy, Fanny Mitchell, and P. Closcn. 

River — 3 houses by Levi Taylor. 

School — 1 school house, (commenced 1855). 

Spleet — 1 house, each, by Thomas AVhalling, John 
Mahar, and D. O'Connel. 

Stage — 1 block of houses, 5 tenements, by L. Wor- 
then ; 1 shop, by Holden and Littlefield. 

Stewart — 1 house, each, by F. A. Richardson, A. 
Cooney, and Joseph Kelley. 

Vestry — 1 barn, by J. P. Randall. 

Vine — 1 house, each, by D. R. Webster, and B. N. 
Pearson ; 1 shop, by O. Walker. 

Walnut — 1 house, by F. Brickett ; and 1 confec- 
tionery manufactory, by F. Brickett. 

Washington Avenue — 1 house, each, by A. Cur- 
rier, and A. Chase. 

Washington — 2 houses by Leonard Johnson. 

Water — 1 shop, by Butters and Company. 

Webster — 1 house, each, by Messrs. Brickett and 
Smiley, and D. P. Harmon ; 1 barn, by Mr. Bryant. 

White — the Trinity Church, by the Episcopal So- 
ciety ; 1 house, each, by P. B. Howe, E. Hunking, 
T. Huse, M. D. George, and Sam'l Fellows; 1 
barn, each, by T. Huse, J. C. Tilton, Dr. Lovejoy, 
and A. A. Sargent. 

William — 1 house, each, by C. H. P. Palmer, T. P. 
Lancaster, and R. Webster ; 1 barn, by C. H. P. 
Palmer. 

Winter — 1 house, each, by Warner R. Whittier, R. 
Sargent, L. H. Robinson, Charles Corliss, Bailey 
Palmer, and 1, rebuilt, by T. Pearsons ; 1 barn, 
each, by D. F. Fitts, and Allison Wheeler; 1 school 
house (commenced in 1855.) 

Recapitulation of the above. — Single Dwelling 
Houses, 102 ; Double Dwelling Houses, 2 ; Block of 
Five Tenements, 1 ; Barns, 22 ; Stores and Manufac- 
tories, 13 ; Shops, 13 ; School Houses (cost $35,000), 
2 ; Episcopal Church, 1 ; Banking House, 1 ; other 
buildings, 3. 

Merrimack Bank. — A few shares of this bank 
were sold this spring, from $8 to $8 50 above the par 
value, which is $75. 

Henry Plummer. — The friends of the Elder 
fell upon him by surprise, on New- Year's evening, and 
left him, of " the needful," one hundred dollars. 

Mechanics' Institute. — The annual meeting 
of this association was Jan. 5th ; chose for President, 
J. B. Swett ; Corresponding Secretary, E. G. Froth- 
inghain, Ed. of Haverhill Gazette ; and Librarian, S. 
P. Prescott. 

Ue-appointments to the office of Deputy Sheriff 
are made, — Jacob How and Phineas E. Davis. 

An Old Folks' Concert was given in the Metho- 
dist Church Feb. 9th, by a company of singers of the 
village (not of old persons, but old tunes were sung) ; 
— $50 were taken, and proffered to the poor of the 
place. 



1857 



PASSING EVENTS.— LAWRENCE. 



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Ice was broken up, in the river by the village, 
Thursday, Feb. 19, 1857, and went out without doing 
much damage. 

Annual Meeting, for choice of officers, etc., 
March 2d. Chose for Town Clerk, Addison B. 
Jaques, who has been in this office for many years ; 
Selectmen, Elbridge G. Eaton, E. J. Sawins, Robert 
G. Walker ; Assessors, Charles Duston, Rufus T. Slo- 
comb, W. T. George, Alpheus Currier, and William 
Merrill ; Inspector of Police, Dept. Sheriff Davis ; 
Treasurer and Collector, re-chose, A. B. Jaques. 

Hiram Smart, formerly of this town, has been 
elected in Plaistow, N. II., to represent the town in 
the N. II. legislature. 



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LAWRENCE. 



ITIES, by Yankee enterprise, are suddenly built 
on the Merrimack, as well as in the new Western 
wild. Four, of the six, on the river, were built to 
use the water to carry the machinery for making 
cloths. Three large mills of this kind are already in 
operation here, viz. : Bay State, Atlantic, and Pacific ; 
besides other mills, of different kinds. The half- 
yearly account of the Pacific Mills, made up to the ' 
1st Jan'y, 1857, shows a net profit of over $120,000, 
beyond interest and expenses — equal to 12 per cent. 
The Essex Company, who started the city, own $287,- 
000 of this stock. 

Hon. Col. Benton, during his visit to this city, in 
1856, visited the Oliver School, and addressed the 
pupils ; and, also, visited the Atlantic Mills, with Gen. 
Oliver, its agent, and examined every stage of process 
of manufacturing, and was both surprised and pleased 
with the operatives. He had never, before, visited 
either a public school or manufactory in New England. 
In his speech before the N. E. Society, in New York, 
last December, he said he conversed with the young 
women, and found them : " Attractive and comely ; 
modest, without being bashful ; of easy confidence, 
without assurance ; ready in conversation, without for- 
wardness, and of great intelligence." 

Among others here, who are interested in historical 
and genealogical researches, are Hon. John R. Rollins, 
the present mayor. J. F. C. Hayes, who commenced 
the Courier at this place, in 1846, in which he pub- 
lished an engraving of a plan of the " new city," to- 
gether with a large quantity of statistical information, 
in the No. for Jan. 27, 1847 ; and has, at the beginning 
of 1857, been reviewing the past ten years of the 
city, — and George W.Sargent and Co., publishers 
of " The True American," who have been giving a 
very full account of the rise and progress of the differ- 
ent Religious Societies, and Cnurehes. 

Organization of City Government, Jan'y 5th ; 
elected T. G, Packham, President of Common Coun- 



Time. 


UarM. 


Born 


Died. 


(Jan. 

^Feb. 
( Mar. 


34 


69 


25 


31 


48 


32 


16 


67 


29 


(Apr. 
J May 
(June 


30 


66 


23 


27 


61 


30 


13 


70 


24 



33 


55 


16 


55 


17 


60 


28 


62 


34 


53 


10 


61 



33 
34 
43 
33 
24 
37 



cil ; and Geo. W. Rowe, City Clerk ; — and the School 
Committee have chosen Gen. Henry K. Oliver, Super- 
intendent of Schools. 

View of the City. — A Lithographic View of Law- 
rence has been published by John B. Batchelder ; 
drawn by him, from the residence of W. C. Chapin, 
Esq., on Graves's Hill. 

Records of Marriages, Births and Deaths, 
in this place, show that, in 1856, the number of mar- 
riages were 259; of them, 107 were by Catholic cler- 
gymen. Number of births, 737 ; males, 371 ; females, 
356; five-sevenths of which were of foreign parentage. 
Number of deaths, 367, of which 231 were of foreign 
parentage; and 185 were interred in Catholic ceme- 
teries. Divided among the months as in the following 
table : — 

Time. Mar'cl. Born. Died. 

(July 

^Aug. 

( Sept. 

(Oct. 

^Nov. 

(Dec. 

Provident Association. — The Society in Law- 
rence, by this name, is in its third year of operations; 
and during the last year it distributed, to feed and 
clothe the poor of the city, about a thousand dollars. 

School Presentation. — W. Fisk Gile was taken 
completely by surprise on the morning of Jan. 9th, 
when he entered the school-room, to find upon his 
desk a splendidly bound, full-size, family Bible, and a 
silver pocket fruit-knife, with a note accompanying, — 
in which his pupils say, at the close: " We felt that 
nothing would be more acceptable, or received with 
greater pleasure, than a Bible. May it prove the 
chart that shall guide you safely over the tempestuous 
sea of life to the haven of eternal rest." 

Railroad Accident. — Owing to the thick fog on 
the morning of Jan. 26th, the engines, Augusta and 
Sailor Boy, came into collision, on the bridge, dam- 
aging both of them some. Mr. Mathews, engineer of 
the former, was thrown upon the top of the bridge, and 
but just escaped being precipitated among the rocks, ice 
and water below ; and the fireman, Michael Casey, was 
somewhat injured, and considerably frightened. 

A Horse of Mr. Cressey became frightened 
at a car on the railroad, by the crossing at Essex-st, 
evening of Jan. 21st, and threw him and two ladies 
from the conveyance ; they were not very seriously 
injured themselves, but the horse was rendered useless 
by running into the swamp above, and breaking his 
shoulder. 

Billy Cahoe froze both of his hands solid, on the 
night of Jan. 2 2d. 

Fingers Cut Off.— Hamlin Hoyle, a young car- 
penter, employed by Cyrus Williams, at the steam 
mill of Wilson and Allen, had all the fingers of his 
left hand severed by a circular saw, the 26th of Jan. 



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Fire. — The house, next above Chestnut-street 
Catholic Church, was damaged by fire and water 
about $300, afternoon of 10th February. 

John T. Stackpole, in the employ of the Merri- 
mack Iron Foundry as a moulder, had his leg broken, 
and was otherwise injured, by the engine of No. 3 
Fire Co., February 12th. 

Drowned, Feb'y 28th, in the flume of the Atlan- 
tic Mill, Dennis Hicky. 

Aged. — Mrs. Elizabeth Pettengill, who was 91 
years old the 17th of March, was greeted by a pleasant 
party of her children and grand-children at the resi- 
dence of her daughter, Mrs. McLeod, on Haverhill-st. 
Four of her daughters, whose average age was 60, 
were there. Mrs. P. was born in Salem, N. H. She 
was in perfect health, and could then thread a fine 
needle without the aid of glasses. 

Leverett Bradley had his carriage broken, 
horse frightened, and the life of his wife and himself 
came near being destroyed, evening of March 29th, by 
being run into by a carriage, near Norton's paper 
mill. 

Isaac Hayden, Esq., Agent of the Lawrence 
Duck Company has received a patent for improve- 
ment in machinery for cleaning and separating cotton, 
wool, felt, and other fibrous material. 

Appointment. — Leonard Stoddard and Bailey 
Bartlett are the Deputies of Sheriff Cary, residing in 
Lawrence. 

Charles B. Wilkins, formerly of this city, and 
for some time Captain of the Lawrence Light Infantry, 
soon after the death of his wife and mother, suddenly 
disappeared in November last. His body was found 
March 30th, floating in the water near Cragie's bridge, 
Boston. He was 27 years old when he was missed. 



M, 



SALISBURY. 



LOST of the first settlers of this town have de- 
scendants living in it, still, and by the same name. A 
list, containing most of them, may be found in the N. E. 
Historical and Genealogical Register, Vols. III., VII. 
and VIII. 

Wm. H. B. Currier, Esq., the publisher of a pa- 
ver at the Amesbury and Salisbury Mills, called " The 
Villager," (9th vol. commenced this year), is interest- 
ed in the history of this town, and has for about three 



years past been publishing items of the past history of 
Salisbury. 

Daniel Wells, driver of the stage between Ames- 
bury and Newburyport was thrown from his stage, 
near the depot in Salisbury, on the first day of 1857, 
and severely injured. 

Births and Deaths.— There have been during 
the year, ending Dec. 31, 185G : 73 births— males 33, 
females 40 ; number of deaths, during the same time, 
60— males 25, females 35 ; 6 were between 80 and 
90 years old. 

The Biver was Frozen Over at the Ferry- 
way, so that persons passed over on the ice at this 
point, Jan. 10, 1857; and Rev. Mr. Gage of Man- 
chester, skated down the river to Nashua, 18 miles, 
that da}-. 

Banks. — Besides Powow River Bank, with a capi- 
tal of $100,000, in this town, the Provident Institution 
for Savings, is in a very flourishing condition. No. of 
depositors is 1430, being a gain of 160 over last year; 
amount of deposits is $252,454 80, a gain of $39,- 
433 40, over last year. 

Social Gathering.— The ladies of the Univer- 
salist Society held their Annual Levee, at Washington 
Hall, evening of the 11th of February. 

John Bowell has been appointed a Deputy 
Sheriff. 

Town Officers.— At the annual meeting, March 
10th, Azor O. Webster, was chosen Clerk; Thomas 
J. Clark, John Q. Evans, and Moses T. Cilley, Select- 
men ; and Harrison B. Fowler, Collector and Treas- 
urer. 

Appointments. — Reuben Evans and Henry P. 
Gerrish, have been appointed Justices of the Peace, 
for Essex county. 



NOTES AND QUERIES 
In regard to the Valley and descendants of former 
residents are omitted for want of room in this num- 
ber. 



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Adams, Isaac W., of Newburyport, to Mrs. Eliza- 
beth T. Chase, of N., by the Kev. Mr. Horton, 
Jan. 4, 1857. 

Adams, Tho's "W., of Woburn, to Miss Mary E. 
Lord of Lowell, in L., Jan. 14, 1857. 

Adams, Aldridge ; see Brown, Perkins, Senior, 
and Herbert. 

Alexander, Ch's E., of Newburyport, to Miss An- 
nie L., dau. of Adams Morrill of Amesbury, in 
N., March 22, 1857, by llev. R. Campbell. 

Algaden, see Clifford ; Allen, see Smith. 

Allen, Bradford, of Alfred, Me., and Miss Mary 
T. Jacobs of Newburyport, in Freedom, N. H. 

Ambler, Ames, Amy, Anderson ; see Wedger, 
Swain, Magee, and Straw. 

Andrews, Arien, Austin, Ayer ; see Sargent, 
Howard, Johnson and Barns. 

Amy, see Magee ; Andrews, see Sargent. 

Arien, Austin, and Ayer ; see Howard, Johnson 
and Barnes. 

Baehelder, see Witter. 

Bacon, Col. Horace C, of Sioux City, Iowa, to Mrs. 
B. J. Bartlett, formerly of Lawrence; in Epping. 

Bailey, Rufus, of Andover, and Mrs. Tryphena 
Boise, of Troy, Vt. ; were married in Andover by 
Rev. Mr. Merrill. 

Balton, Henry, of Salisbury, to Miss Mary Jane 
Blumley of Amesbury, Feb. 13, 1857: by Rev. 
Mr. Childs. 

Baker, Charles, of Amesbury, m. in that place, 
Feb. 8, 1857, by Rev. A. C. Childs, to Miss Char- 
lotte P. Wadleigh. 

Baker, Dea. John, of Manchester, Mass., and Miss 
Nancy A. Merrill were m. in Hopkinton, N. H., 
by Rev. M. B. Angier, on the 1st day of 1857. 

Barnes, Edward A., Esq., of Norfolk, Va., to Miss 
Harriet, eldest dau. of Capt. James Ayer of 
Haverhill, by Rev. Mr. Handy, Jan. 5, 1857. 

Barns, Joseph, and Betsey Speakman, in New- 
buryport, 15th Jan., by Rev. Mr. Horton. 

Barney, Bartlett; see Swain, Bacon and Smith. 

Bass, Joseph W., of Bath, N. H., by Rev. Newton 
E. Marble, the last day of 1856, to Miss Mary A. 
Burk, of Concord. 

Bell, John H, of Salem, Mass.,— by Rev. Dr. Wor- 
cester, in S., 28th April. — to Miss Charlotte E. 
Newman, of Andover. 

Bixby, Blumley, Boardman ; see Foster, Bolton 
and Towne. 

Boise, Brickett, Brock ; see Bailey, Nutter and 
Brooks. 



Bragg, Ansel M. and Miss Paulina Lock, both 

of Lawrence, by Rev. A. D. Williams, in L., 7th of 

April. 
Briggs, Prank "W., of Lowell, in that city 2d April, 

to Miss Rehney Maria, daughter of" the late 

Sewell Fletcher, of Amherst. 
Brooks, Ch's, by Rev. Dr. Page, 17th March, to 

Miss Clara J. Brock, at the residence of Capt. 

John Palmer, in Concord. 
Brown, Albert A., and Miss Ann S. Tallant, both 

of Northfield, 4th March, in Concord. 
Brown, John, and Miss Emeline Osgood, both 

of Amesbury, in Newburyport, 24th April, by Rev. 

D. M. Reed. 
Brown, Josiah, and Miss Sarah Adams, by Rev. 

J. Hall, 19th March, in Lawrence, where all re- 
side. 
Brown, Samuel P., of Andover, N. H., in Bos- 

cawen, 2 2d April, to Miss Phebe Call. 
Brown, Rev. W. Calvin, rector of Trinity church, 

Haverhill, — in St. Mary's Church, Dorchester, 27th 

April, by Rev. J. H. Clinch, to Miss Helen Morse, 

of D. ; a daughter of the late Elijah Morse, Esq., 

of Boston, and sister to Mrs. Parker of H. (p. 31.) 
Brown, and Burk ; see Butler, Cole, Dow, Morrill, 

Packard, Sumner, Tuxbury and Bass. 
Bunker, Tobias, and Miss Rebecca P. Poye, 

both of Durham, in W. Newbury, 18th January, by 

Rev. C. D. Herbert. 
Buntin, Capt. Wm. E., to Miss Lydia A. Merrill, 

both of Newburyport, 12th April, by Rev. Mr. 

Timlow, in Harris-st. church. 
Burnham, Rev. Ch's, of Meredith Village, 8th Feb., 

to Miss Mary Noyes, in Windham. 
Burnham, Philetus, to Miss Eliza "Ward, both 

of Lowell, in Meredith Village, 5th March, by Rev. 

Ch's Burnham. 
Burnham, Burns ; see Cheney, Collins, Osgood, 

Burns and Mitchell. 
Burns, Daniel M., of Hudson, by Rev. W. H. 

Eaton, 2d April, in Concord, to Miss Emily L. 

Clements, of Alton. 
Burns, Daniel, of Lawrence, in Haverhill, to Miss 

Mary M. A. Burns, of H., by Rev. Mr. Parker. 
Burton, Joseph, and Miss Jane Mcintosh, both 

of Andover, 25th April, by Rev. C. E. Fisher, in 

Andover. 
Bushwell or Buswell ; see Hilliard. 
Buswell, Edw'd P. and Miss Clara L. Cost, both 

of Candia, N. H., in East Boston, Mass., 7th 

April. 
Butler, David, of Cambridge, and Miss Harriet 

B. Carleton, of W. Boxford, m. in Bradford, Jan. 

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Butler. Geo. M., of Bow, N. H., ami Miss Eliza 

P. Brown, of the same place, were in. in Concord 

April 8th, by Rev. C. W. Flanders. 
Buzzell, Miles, and Miss Sarah B. Johnson, both 

of Concord, where they were m. March 30th, by 

Rev. Mr. Becdle. 

Call ; see Brown. 

Canfield, John W., m. in Franklin, N. H., April 

2d, to Miss Abby K. Willis. 
Carey, Carleton, Carpenter ; see Shepherd, But- 
ler and Granger. 
Carr, Hugh and Miss Mary Kincaid, both of 

Manchester, m. in Concord, N. H., April 5, 1857. 
Carr, Smith, and Sarah MeCaine, both of 

Manchester, were m. Jan. 19 th, at Gofl'stown 

Centre. 
Carr, Carter ; see Hodge and Morrill. 
Carter, Daniel, of Lowell, was m. Jan. 30, in 

Gloucester, to Miss Sarah E. Gaffney, of that 

place. 
Carter, Henry P., to Miss Mary Abbie, daughter 

of Richard Dennis, Esq., by Dr. Cleaveland, Feb. 

26th,— all of Lowell. 
Cate ; see Cropper and Spalding. 
Chamberlain, Wm., of Three Oaks, Mich., m., 

March 20th, Miss Caroline Chamberlain, of 

Canterbury, N. H. 
Chandler, Chase ; see Wiggin and Adams. 
Cheney, Mr. P., Jr., of Holderness, m. in Bristol, 

Dec. 17, 1856, to Miss Hattie A., daughter of 

Sam'l Burnham, Esq. 
Christy, Tho's S. of N. Y. City, m., in Manchester, 

N. 11., Feb. 17th, 1857, Miss Hannah M., daugh- 
ter of Wm. Shepherd, Esq. 
Cilley, James P. and Miss Sarah E. "Wood, both 

of Gilmanton, were m. in Sanbornton. 
Clegg, Clements ; see Follansbee and Burns. 
Clifford, Alden, and Leslie Algaden, both of 

Lowell, where they were m., by Rev. Mr. Dutton, 

Jan. 4, 1857. 
Colburn, Coffin ; see Rogers and Holmes. 
Colby, Joseph S. and Sarah B. Putnam, m. in 

Newburyport, by Rev. Mr. Stevens. 
Colby, m. in Haverhill Feb. 1 7th, Thomas, to Miss 

Mira H. Collins, by Rev Mr. Hassall, who were 

all of Haverhill. 
Colby, see Griffith and Steward. 
Cole, John S., of Canada East, was m. in Lowell, by 

Rev. E. B. Foster, to Miss Eveline W. Brown, 

of the latter place. 
Collins, Enoch M. and Miss Polly Ann C. Mor- 
rill, both of Salisbury, by Rev. D. P. Fike, were m. 

in Newburyport 11th of Jan., 1857. 
Collins, Stephen, Jr., and Miss Mary P. Burn- 
ham, both of Newburyport, were m. in that place 

by Edm'd Smith, Esq., 19th of Feb., 1857. 
Collins ; see Colby, Jewett, Quimby and Roaf. 
Collum, Conant, Connor ; see Sawyer, Danfortli 

and Fi.sk. 
Colman, James C. and Miss Sarah E. "Withing- 

ton were m. Jan. 1st, 1857, by Dr. Withington her 

father, in Newbury. 
Cooper, James, of W. Newbury, and Mrs. Sarah 

Ann Merrill, of Amesbury, were in. in Newton, 

N. II., by Rev. Sam'l Cooke. 
Corton, Benjamin, of Newburyport, and Mrs. 

Eliza Neal, of Somersworth, N. II., were m. in S. 

March 19 th, 1857. 
Cost, Currier, see Bnswell and Kimball. 
Cropper, John, and Miss Sarah Ann Cate, both 

of Lawrence, were m. 5th of March, by Rev. Frank 

Remington. 



Currier, Benj. G., s. of David, of Methuen, was m. 
in Hampstead, N. H, by Rev. Mr. Bartley, January 
3 8th, 1857, to Mrs. Mary P. (Wheeler) McNeill, 
and reside in W. Haverhill. 

Cushman. E. Prank, of Haverhill, and Miss Ann 
Eliza Flanders, were m. at her father's, in H, by 
Rev. Mr. Parker, 17th of 2d month, in 1857. 

Damon, see Davenport. 

Danforth, G. P., and Mary E. Conant, both of 

Lowell, were m. there the 1st day of 1857. 
Danforth, Rufus H, of Danbury, N. H, m. Miss 

Adelia P., dau. of Daniel A. Morse, at her g. f's, 

Benj. Morse's, in Bradford (see page 29), January 

15th, by Rev. Mr. Reed. 
Darling, Elijah S., of Charlestown, was m. Feb. 5th, 

in Lawrence, by Rev. Geo. Packard, to Miss Abby 

Loud, of Fryburg, Me. 
Davenport, "W. H., of San Francisco, Jan. 1st, m. 

in that place Mrs. Caroline Damon, formerly of 

Concord, N. H. 
Davidson, Robert, and Miss Julia Thompson, 

m. by the Rev. Mr. Mason, Feb'y 20th, in Salisbury, 

where all belonged. 
Davis, Hiram G., and Miss Mary Jane Stevens, 

both of Concord, N. H, were m. in Loudon Village 

Jan. 23d, by Preserved Robinson, Esq. 
Davis, Maynard G-, of Richford, Vt., was married 

in Lawrence Feb'y 11th, by Rev. Mr. Williams, to 

Miss Adeline Little, of L. 
Davis, Dennett, Dennis, Davenport ; see Nash, 

Messer, Higfiins, Carter and Hallowed. 
Dewhirst, James, of Lawrence, m. in L., by Rev. 

Mr. Packard, 1st of 3d month, to Miss Ann P. 

Johnson, of N. Andover. 
Dexter, John S., of Tewksbury, and Miss Susan 

J. Smith, of Marlboro', Vt., m. in Lowell, 15th of 

Feb., by A. Lawrence, Esq. 
Doloff, Dorr, Dudley ; see Robins, Garlick and 

Wood. 
Dow, Isaac E. and James Brown's dau., Mary 

E. A., all of Bowe, were m. there, by Rev. Henry 

E. Parker, the last day of March. 
Drake, Ch's H, and Miss Julia E. "Watts, m. by 

Rev. G. W. T. Rogers, Jan. 29th, all of Seabrook, 

N. H. 
Dunn, Sam'l C, of Newton, N. J.,(?) m. in N., Mar. 

11th, to Miss Annie P., dau. of the late Edw'd L. 

LeBreton, of Newburyport. 
Durgin, Benj. P., Esq., of Tamworth, N. H., m., in 

Sandwich, Miss Nancy M. Greely, of Dexter, 

Me. 

Eaton, Jabez M., and Miss Ann D. Pierce, both 

of Newburyport, were m. there by Rev. Daniel P. 

Pike. 
Edgell, Sam'l, of Lowell, m. Jan. 19th, in L., by 

Rev. E. B. Foster, to Miss Abbie M. Nichols, o'f 

said L. 
Edmans, Tho's S., of Chelmsford, m., Jan. 4, to 

Miss Harriet Merrill, of Lowell. 
Emerson, Dr. John M., of Moultonboro', N. II., m. 

in Gloucester, Mass., March 29th, to Miss Laura 

S. Pew. 
Ewin, John M., of Newburyport, by Rev. D. P. 

Pike, Jan. 15, in that place married Miss Mar- 
garet Ann Langley, also of N. 
Evens, see Howe. 
Fairfield, Joseph, of S. Danvers, m., by Rev. Mr. 

Brayton, in N. Andover, Feb. 26, to Miss Augusta 

Merrill, of N. A. 
Parnham, Joseph, and Miss Martha A. Poor, 

were m., in Andover, 10th of Feb., by Rev. Mr. 

Fisher. 



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PASSING EVENTS.— MARRIAGES. 



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Farnham, Fellows ; see Lovejoy and Mears. 
Farnum, Israel B., of Manchester, in Concord, by 

Rev. Dr. Bouton, to JVIIss J. Annette Goodwin, of 

Newbury, Vt., April 29tb. 
Fellows Jonathan, and Miss Louisa Haines both 

of E. Concord, were m. in Concord Jan. 26th, by 

Rev. Dr. Bouton. 
Fitzgibbon, "Wm., and Miss Mary Henessy, 

both of Haverhill, were m. 19th of Feb., by Rev. 

Mr. McDonald. 
Fielding, Flanders, Fletcher ; see Hume, Cush- 

man and Briggs. 
Fisher, Elisha A., and Celia F. Hammond, in. 

in Lowell, Jan. 7th, by Rev. Mr. Dutton. 
Fisk, Daniel, and Miss Lydia A. Conner, both 

of Hopkinton, m. in Concord, March 28th, by Rev. 

Dr. Cumniings. 
Fogg, Ashael, and Miss Rebecca M. Ramsell, 

both of Salisbury, were m. there April 7th, by Rev. 

B. P. Byram. 
Follansbee, James, Jr., and Miss Sarah Clegg, 

both of Amesbury, m. Nov. 2G, 1856, at the mills, 

by Rev. Mr. Rand. 
Ford, Roswell, B., of Braintree, m.. in that place, 

on the 15th of March, Miss Allis W. "Webber, 

of Rumney. 
Foss, Foye ; see Kemp and Bunker. 
Foster, Ch's S., of Andover, 5th Jan., by Rev. Mr. 

Coggin, to Miss Sarah E. Bixby, of Boxford. 
Fowle, Abraham A., of Exeter, m., in that place, 

by Rev. Mr. Clark, Miss Anna G. Tilton, of. 

Newburyport. 
French, Benj., and Mrs. Mary Sanborn, both of 

Salisbury, m. in Seabrook, 25th of Feb., by Rev. 

Mr. Rogers. 
French, Furber ; see Getchell, Titus and Nelson. 

Gage, Rev. Wm. L., of Manchester, m. in Lowell, 
Jan. 15th, by Rev. O. T. Lanphear, to Miss Caro- 
line A., dau. of Leonard Kimball, Esq., of L. 

Gage, Gaffney ; see Herson and Carter. 

Gardner, Stephen D., and Miss Margaret, dau. 
of Capt. Sam'l Walton, both of Newburyport, m. 
in Salem, Feb. 4th, by Rev. Mr. Dwinell. 

Garlick, Tho's, of Salem, N. H., by Rev. William 
Page, 7th of Feb., to Mrs. Mary A. Dorr, re- 
cently from Utica, N. Y. 

Getchell, Geo. H., and Miss Sarah F. French, 
both of Boscawen, m. in Concord, 10th Feb., by 
Rev. Mr. Tenny. 

Godkin, Stephen F., and Miss Laura J. Hook, 
m. in Plaistow 15th January. 

Goodwin, Gordon ; see Farnum and Graham. 

Gordon, B. F., and Miss Angie Murray, in 
Haverhill, by Rev. Dr. Train, 16th April. 

Graham, James, and Mrs. Lydia Webb, in 
Lawrence, by Rev. Mr. Jenkins, 9th April. 

Graham, James H., of Haverhill, m. in Lawrence, 
Miss Mary E. Gordon, of Lawrence, by Rev. 
Austin Damon. 

Granger, Albert S., of Concord, N. H., was m. in 
C, March 16th, by Rev. C. W. Flanders, to Miss 
Loretta E. Carpenter, of Springfield, Mass. 

Gray, see Wilson. 

Griffith, Henry P., m. 1st day of 1857, by Rev. 
Mr. Vermilye, to Miss Mary E., eldest dau. of 
Geo. Colby, of Newburyport. 

Greeley, see Durgin and Holt. 

Guild, see Hutchinson. 

Hackett, John, of Andover, m. in Ballard Vale, 
Jan. 18th, by Rev. J. H. Mansfield, to Miss Caro- 
line R. Wheelden, of Frankfort, Me. 

Hagar, W. Grosvenor, of Whitehall, N. Y., m. in 



Concord, Jan. 1st, by Rev. O. Tracy, to Miss 
Myra, dau. of Hiram Rogers, of Loudon. (See 
p. 37.) 
Haines, James M., of New Hampton, m. in Holder- 
ness, Feb. 8th, to Miss Laura J. Walch, of 
Bridgewater. 
Haines, Hale ; see Fellows and Sawyer. 
Hall, Geo. Jr., of Nashua, m. in New Boston, Mar. 

llth, to Mrs. Harriet C. Marden. 
Hall ; see Humphrey, Ryan and Sanborn. 
Hallowell, Albert, and Miss Lavinia A. E. Da- 
venport, both of Lowell, 12th Feb., by Rev. S. 
W. Hanks. 
Hammond, Faunce J., and Miss Mary F .W. 
Hinds, both of Lowell, m. there 1st of 2d month 
of 1857, by Rev. Mr. Dutton. 
Hammond, Joseph W., of Marblehead, was m. 
in that place to Miss Clarissa A. Willard, of 
Concord, N. II. 
Hammond, Hanson ; see Fisher and Weeks. 
Hand, Geo. A. and Mary E. Mason, both d. 
Lowell, were m. in that place, 1st day of Jan., 1857. 
Hartley Thomas, and Miss Bridget Hart, both 
of Newburyport, by Rev. Mr. O'Donahoe, in that 
place, Feb. 16th, 1857. 
Harlow, Wm. H, of South Groton, Mass., m. in 
Concord, March 24th, by Rev. Henry E. Parker, to 
Miss Sarah Rogers, of Lawrence, dau. of the 
late Dr. Rogers of Boscawen. 
Hart, Haynes ; see Hanley and Richardson. 
Henessy ; see Fittzgibbon. 

Herbert, Newell, and Mary Aldridge, both of 
Lowell, m. 21st of Feb., in Salisbury, by Rev. Mr. 
Mason. 
Hersey, Caleb W., s. of Caleb, of Haverhill, m. bv 
Rev. Mr. Clapp, March 3d, 1857, to Miss Mary D*, 
dau. of Wm. Hunt, Esq. of Salem. 
Herson, Cyrus, of West Waterville, Me., was m. 
there Jan. l,by Rev. Mr. Oliver, to Mrs. Hannah 
M. Gage, of Amesbury. 
Higgins, Freeman, of Lawrence, was m. in Barn- 
stead, N. H., to Miss Mary F., dan. of Oliver 
Dennett, Esq., of B. 
Hilliard, Benj. T., of Canaan, N. H., m. there 
March 24, to Mrs. Martha Bushwell, of Law- 
rence. 
Hill, Rev. Ch's J-, of Nashua, N. H., was married in 
Pittsfield, Mass., March 11, 1857, to Miss Martha 
C. Todd, of that place, by her father, Rev. John 
Todd, D. D. 
Hill, Hills and Hinds ; see Straw, Newell and 

Hammond. 
Hinkley, David, and Miss Janette Townsend, 
Jan. 18th, in Lowell, by Rev. Mr. Dutton, all of L. 
Hobbs, Hodgden, Hoit, Holmes ; see Marsh, 

Jackson, Leavitt and Pike. 
Hodge, Henry, of Hooksett, m. in Manchester, to 

Miss Mary F. Carr. 
Holmes, Noyes, and Harriet A. Coffin, m. in 

Londonderry, Jan. 22d. 
Holt, Marcus M., of Andover, and Miss Mary 

E. Mason, m. by Rev. Mr. Mansfield. 
Holt, Moses A., of Concord, m. Jan. 8, by Rev. H. 

Whitcher, to Miss Augusta H. Greeley, of C. 
Hook, see Godkin and Lewis. 
Howard, Solomon, and Miss Mary A. Arien, 
both of North Chelmsford, m. by Rev. B. F. Clark, 
Jan. 31st, 1857, in N. C. 
Howe, Wm. M., and Miss Eliza A, Evans, m. in 

Lawrence, 10th March. 
Hume, John, of Salisbury, m. in Great Falls, N. H., 
March 28th, by Rev. C. G. Gurr, to Miss Helen J. 
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Humphrey, Stillman, and Miss Virtaline C. 
Hall, both of Concord, m. by Rev. C. W. Flan- 
ders, in that city, 13th of Jan., 1857. 

Himgerford, Hunt, Huse ; see Reed, Hersey and 
Morrison. 

Huntington, Ch's O., s. of Philip, of Haverhill, m., 
in H., by Rev. Dr. Train, Feb. 19th, 1857, to Mary 
B-, dau. of John J. and Betsey (Eaton) Mer- 
rill, of Salem, N. H. 

Hutchinson, A. P., of Pembroke, m. in Concord, 
Feb. 8th, by Dr. Cummings, to Miss Miranda F. 
Guild, of C. 

Hutchison, see Jensman. 

Hynes, James, of Haverhill, m., by Rev. Daniel P. 
Pike, in Newburyport, March 14th, to Miss Han- 
nah Elizabeth Kilburn, (see p. 2G),of Grove- 
land. 

Jackrnan, Moses B., and Miss Almira N., dau. 
of Benj. Lunt, 3d, Esq., of Newburyport, m. March 
31st, by Rev. Mr. Vermilyc. 

Jackson, John, and Miss Lucinda Hodgden, 
in Lawrence, 11th April, by Rev. Mr Hall. 

Jacobs, see Allen. 

Jenks, Wm. H, of Boston, m., in Andover, April 
12th, by Rev. Geo. Moore, Miss Mary T., dau. of 
Enoch Abbott, of A. 

Jensman, Henry, and Miss Jane Hutchison, 
both of Newburyport, m. at the res. of Joshua Tap- 
pan, in N., evening of March 16th, by Rev. Mosley 
D wight. 

Jewett, Geo. W., and Miss Alvira R. Collins, 
both of Gilford, were m. in Meredith Village, Mar. 
30, 1857. 

Johnson, Franklin E., of Nahant, m. in Manches- 
ter, N. H., Feb. 9th, to Miss Harriet Whitney, 
of GofFstown. 

Johnson, Orin H., and Miss Mary A. Austin, 
both of Bow, m. Jan. 18th, 1857. 

Johnson, Wm., and Miss Catherine Smith, were 
m. in Lawrence Feb. 8th, by Rev. C. Holman. 

Johnson, see Buzzell, Dewhcrst, Plummer and 
Rundlett. 

Johnstone, John, and Miss Harriet Wiley, both 
of N. Andover, were m. in Lawrence, April 5th, by 
Rev. Mr. Packard. 

Jones, Daniel B., and Miss Mary E. Lund- 
bery, both of Salisbury, were m. at the Mills, 
March 11th, 1857, by Rev. Mr. Childs. 

Jones, see Morgan. 

Kemp, Wm. H, and Miss Harriet A. Foss, both 
of Lawrence, by Rev. A. D. Williams, m. in L. 
Jan. 14, 1857. 

Keyser, Kilborn ; see Perkins, Hynes. 

Kimball, Frank A., of Hopkinton, in Henniker, 
April 19th, to Miss Sarah Currier, of Warner. 

Kimball, Kincaid ; see Gage, Merrill, Shannon 
and Carr. 

Kinsman, Wm. Henry, of Ipswich, in Haverhill, 
on New Year's Day, by Rev. Mr. Kelly, the former 
pastor of the bride, to Miss Frances J. Lamson, 
of Hamilton. 

Knight, Wm. Henry, of Waterville, Me., m. in 
Methuen, by Rev. Mr. Spaulding, Feb'y 15th, to 
Mrs. Maria J. Smith, of Lawrence, — dau. of 
Wm. J. Merrill. 

Lamprey, Lamson and Langley ; see Stevens, 
Kinsman and Ewin. 

Lane, Tho's W., of Maiden, m. by Rev. Mr. Bray- 
tun, at the res. of J. B. Atkinson, Jan. 15th, to Mrs. 
Lydia S. M. Rodgors, of Lawrence. 

Lane, Lattime, Lawrence ; see Venard, Thurlow 
and Youn<r. 



L'Breton and Leighton, see Dunn and Swaim. 
Leavitt, Isaac E., and Miss Almira J. Hoit, m. 

in Gilford, N. H, April 15th, 1857. 
Lewis, Albert A., of Waterville, Me., m. in Plais- 

tow, Feb. 8th, to Miss Anna M. Hook. 
Little, Livey and Lock ; see Davies, Rollins and 

Bragg. 
Lord, Rev. Ch's E., of Mount Vernon, N. H, m., by 

Rev. Randolph Campbell, January loth, to Miss 

Eunice E. S.Pike, dau. of the late Joseph S.Pike, 

of Newburyport. 
Lord, Loud ; see Adams and Darling. 
Lovejoy, Eben., of West Andover, m. by Rev. Mr. 

Merrill, Mar. 17th, to Mrs. Sarah Farnham, late 

of Lowell, and formerly of N. Andover. 
Lucy, Lundbery and" Lunt; see Safibrd, Jones 

and Jackman. 
Lunt, Capt. Micajah, Jr., m., March 4th, by Rev. 

Mr. Vcrmilye, to Miss Clarina E., dau. of Hiram 

Wood, Esq., all of Newburyport. 
Magee, D., and Miss Sarah Amy, both of Lowell, 

were m. there Jan. 17th, by Rev. J. W. Dadman. 
Marden and Mason ; see Hall, Hand and Holt. 
Marsh, Enoch M., and Miss Mary E., dau. of 

Hon. Moody Hobbs, were m. in Pelham. 
McCaine, see Carr. 
McDonald, Malcom, of Boston, m. in that city, 

by Rev. Alexander Blaikie, March 26th, to Miss 

Marion McKenzie, of Lowell. 
McDuffie, Henry J., of Alton, m. Jan. 17th, in 

Gilford, to Miss Ellen Jane Morrill, of the 

latter place. 
McFarland, Mcintosh, McKenzie and Mc- 
Neill ; see Springer, Burton, McDonald and 

Currier. 
Mclntire, Ch's W., to Miss Olive M., daughter 

of Addison Mclntire, Esq., in N. Reading, by 

John F. Hammond, Esq. 
Mears, Milton B., of Andover, m., March 31st, by 

Rev. C. E. Fisher, in A., to Susan K. Fellows, 

of N. Andover. 
Merrill, Edw'd T., of South Hampton, N. H. m. 

in Salisbury, by Rev. A. C. Childs, 19th of Feb., to 

Miss Seraphina Kimball. 
Merrill, see Baker, Buntin, Cooper, Edmans, Fair- 
field, Huntington and Stockbridge. 
Messer, Cummings, of Methuen, m. April 16th, 

in West Andover, by Rev. Mr. Merrill, to Miss 

Frances M. Trow, dau. of Wm., of Tewksbury. 
Messer, Nath'l, of New London, by Rev. C. W. 

Flanders, in Concord, April 27th, to Miss Maria 

Davis, of Sunapee. 
Messer and Miller ; see Stevens and Odell. 
Mitchell, Daniel, of Lawrence, m., in Haverhill, 

by Rev. Mr. Parker, Miss Mary M. A. Burns, 

of II. 
MofFatt, Alexander, of New York, m., in Concord, 

by Rev. II. Whitcher, March 14th, to Miss A. H. 

Randall. 
Moore, see Wright. 
Morey, Wm., of Lowell, m. in Windsor, Vt., April 

2d, to Miss Esther W. Morey, of Plainfield, 

N. II. 
Morgan, Frank M., and Maria Jones, by Rev. 

F. Remington, all of Lawrence, — m. there, 26th 

March, 1857. 
Morrill, Ch's E., of E. Kingston, m., in Salisbury, 

31st of March, to Miss Adeline S. Carter, of 

Newton, by Rev. Mr. Byram. 
Morrill, Edmund, of Salisbury, in. in Northamp- 
ton Mrs. Abigail Brown, of N. 
Morrill, sec Alexander, Collins and McDuffee. 
Morrison, L. A., of Salem, N. H., by Rev. Mr. 



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PASSING EVENTS.-MARRIAGES. 



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Nutter, April 5th, to Miss Amanda R. Huse, 
of Manchester, at the residence of Isaac Huse, Esq. 
Morse, Murray ; see Brown, Danlbrth, Papanii 
and Gordon. 

Nash, Francis J., and Miss Ann M. Davis, m. in 
Newburyport, March 6th, by Rev. D. P. Pike. 

Meal and Needham, see Carton and Whitney. 

Nelson, J., of Gilmanton, m. in Rochester, N. II., 
Jan. 20, Miss Martha N. Furber. 

Nelson, John, and Miss Eunice Perkins, m. 
Dec. 2d, 185G, by Rev.D. M. Reed, all of Newbury- 
port. 

Newell, John, Civil Engineer, of Chicago, son of 
Hon. Col. Moses Newell of W. Newbury, was m. to 
Miss Judith P., dau. of Edmand Hills, Esq., of 
W. N, 25th of Feb., 1857, by Rev. Gardner B. 
Perry, D. D. 

Newman, see Bell. 

Nichols and Niles ; see Edgell and Potter. 

Noyes, see Burnham and Pike. 

Nutter, Matthias, to Miss Sarah H. Brickett, in 
Pembroke, 15th April. 

Nye, see Ordway and Plumer. 

Odell, Pliny F., m. in Amherst, N. H., Miss Lucy 

B. Miller, of Merrimack. 
Ordway, Enoch, of Haverhill, m. in Winter-street 

church, Feb. 8, by Rev. Mr. Parker, Miss Susan 

Nye, of H. 
Orford ; Osgood ; see Tetlow and Brown. 
Osgood, John P., of Salisbury, by Rev. Mr. Bacon, 

first day of 1857, in Essex, m.' Miss Mary C 

Burnham, of N. 

Packard, Win. A., of Salisbury, m. at the mills, to 

Mrs. Mary N. Brown, of Kensington, N. H., 

Feb. 2d. 
Page, Josiah, and Miss Josephine M. L. Parlin, 

m. in Lowell, Jan. 20th, by Rev. J. \V. Dadtnun. 
Page, Parlin and Parker ; see Wheeler, Page 

and Welch. 
Papanti, Lorenzo, Esq., and Miss Harriet 

Morss, dau. of the Rev. Dr. Morss, all of New- 
buryport, about Jan. 1, 1857. 
Pearle, Ch's, and Miss Charlotte, dau. of Brad- 
street Tyler, m. in West Boxfbrd, by Rev. Mr. 

Park, 29th Jan., 1857. 
Pearson, Geo. C., and Mrs. Syrena E. Rand, m. 

in Newbury port, 7 th Feb., by Rev. Wm. Horton. 
Pease and Perkins ; see Rollins and Nelson. 
Perkins, Alonzo, and Miss Henrietta C. Keyser, 

both of Lawrence, m. April 7th, by Rev. A. D. 

Williams. 
Perkins, Daniel S., of Newbury, N. H., m. in 

Nashua, March 30, to Miss Sarah M. Adams, of 

Nashua. 
Perry, see Thatcher and Thurlow. 
Pew and Pierce, see Emerson and Eaton. 
Pike, Henry, and Miss Almeretta Holmes, both 

of Haverhill, were m. there, 9th April, by Rev. C. 

R. Harding. 
Pike, John M., Esq., and Miss Sarah J. Noyes, 

both of Newburyport, were m. in Cambridge, Jan. 

22d, by Rev. Dr. Geo. R. Noyes. 
Pike, see Lord and Snow. 
Plumer, Paul, of Newbury, m. in Pomeroy, Ohio, 

by Rev. Mr. Twomly, to Dora E.> eldest dau. of 

Lewis S. Nye, of P. 
Plummer W. E., of Newburyport, m. in Auburn- 
dale, Jan. 11th, Miss Ann How, dau. of Abijah 

S. Johnson, of A. 
Poor, Joseph W., of Andover, m., by Rev. C. E. 

Park, 25 th Feb., to Miss Abby M. Reynolds, of 

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North Andover, at the res. of Wm. R. Cole, Esq. 
in West Boxford. 

Poor, Moses Hall, of W. Newbury, m. Feb. 5th, 
by Rev. J. Q. A. Edgell, to Miss Susan C, young- 
est dau. of Geo. Thurlow, of that place. 

Poor and Putnam ; see Farnham and Colby. 

Potter, Sylvanus, of Oregon, 111., by Rev. Mr. 
Vermilye, m. in Newburyport, 18th Feb., Miss 
Mary E. Niles, eldest dau. of the late Rev. M. 
A. H. Niles, of Belfast, Me. 

Preston, Wm. J., and Miss Alice L. Sawter, both 
of Lawrence, m. there March 21, by Rev. J. Hall. 

Quimby, John J., and Miss Mary G. Collins, m. 

in S. Kingston, N. H. 

Ramsell ; Rand ; see Fogg and Pearson. 

Rand, John, of Lyndboro', N. H., m. in Haverhill, 

by Rev. T. Cole, Dec. 10, 1856, to Miss Lucinda 

Stone, of New Boston, N. H. 
Randlett ; Reed ; sec Whipple and Stone. 
Reed, M. Perrin, of Nashua, m. by Rev. B. F. 

Clark, Jan. 20, in North Chelmsford, Miss Mary 

F. Hungerford, also, of N. 
Reynolds, see Poor, Richardson and Young. 
Richardson, Daniel H., and Miss Irone Ellen 

Haynes, by Rev. C. H. Dutton, m. 1st of Jan'y, 

in Lowell, their residence. 
Richardson, Wm. G., of Boston, m. in Boxford, 

by Rev. Mr. Park, to Miss P. Lavinia Reynolds, 

dau. of John, of N. Andover, Jan. 4, '57. 
Richardson, see Welch. 
Roaf, Washington, and Miss Margaret Collins, 

both of Newburyport, were m. by Rev. Mr. Len- 

non, 5th Feb. 
Robbins, Norman, of Lowell, m. in Lawrence, 

Jan. 17th, by Rev. Frank Remmington, to Miss 

Susan P. Doloff, of Lawrence. 
Rogers, Edmund, and Miss Phebe Colburn, 

both of Lawrence, were m. there, March 2d, by 

Rev. A. Damon. 
Rogers and Rodgers ; see Hagar, Harlow and 

Lane. 
Rollins, Andrew, Esq., of Rollinsford, m. in Mere- 
dith, by Rev. Mr. Burnham, Feb. 28, to Miss Mary 

E. Pease, dau. of Noah P., Esq., of M. 
Rollins, Sam'l W., Esq., of Meredith, m. in La- 

conia Miss Mary E. Livy, of Wolfboro'. 
Rundlett, Sam'l H., and Miss Emma A. John- 
son, were m. in Newburyport April 15th, by Rev. 

Mr. Vermilye. 
Ryan, Daniel, and Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, by Rev. 

Mr. Reed, were m. Jan. 28th, in Newburyport. 

Safford, Eben., Esq., who has for- many years been 
editor of the Essex Banner, m. Jan. 1st, 1857, by 
Rev. B. F. Hosford, to Miss Mary Helen Lucy, 
(see p. 27). 

Saltmarsh, Seth, of Concord, m. in Loudon, Jan. 
27th, Miss Sally S. Wales. 

Sanborn, John B., Esq., of St. Paul, Minnesota, 
recently of Concord, m. in Newton, N. J., March 
17th, Miss Catherine, dau. of John Hall, of C. 

Sanborn, John B., and Miss Hannah A. Stone, 
both of Concord, m. April 2d, by Rev. J. H.Moore. 

Sanborn, Joseph N., of Laconia, m., at Gilmanton 
Iron Works, by Rev. J. Ordway, 23d April, to Miss 
Esther P. Stockbridge, of Concord. 

Sanborn, Sawter, see French and Preston. 

Sargent, Joseph F., of Warner, N. H., m. in 
Nashua, Jan. 29th, Miss Lucy A. Andrews. 

Sawyer, Edwin H., formerly of Haverhill, m. by 
Rev. Mr. Staples, Feb. 24th, in Meadville, Craw- 
ford Co., Penn., to Miss Hattie, dau. of Horace 
Collum, Esq., of M. 



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RESEARCHES AND RECORDER OF MERRIMACK VALLEY. 



[April, 



Sawyer, John, of Fisherville, m. Miss Hannah 

Hale, dau. of Isaac Hale, Esq., of Franklin, in F., 

5th March. 
Senior, John, and Miss Adelia Adams, both of 

Newburyport, m. 20th March, by Eev. Daniel P. 

Pike, in N. 
Shannon, Geo. E., and Miss Sarah A. Kimball, 

both of Plaistow, m. in Haverhill, by Eev. Dr. 

Train. 
Sheldon, Horace, and Miss Susan C. Buck, by 

Eev. Sam'l II. Tolnian, Jan. 1st, all of Wilmington. 
Shepherd, Cyrus L., of Alstead, N. H.,m. by Eev. 

Mr. Mason, March 18th, to Miss Ellen P. Carey, 

of Salisbury, Mass. 
Shepherd, see Christy. 
Sheridan, John, of Windham, and Miss Mary P. 

Smith, of Hudson, m. in Haverhill. 
Shute, Wm. B., of Beaver Dam, Wis., m. in Derry, 

N. H, Feb. 4th, to Miss Lucy A. L. Taylor. 
Smith, Schuyler, and Miss Maria J. Allen, both 

of Lawrence, m. by Eev. J. Hall, March 5th, in L. 
Smith, Sam'l, and Miss Lydia A. Bartlett, only 

dau. of the late Wm. G. Bartlett, both of Newbury- 

port, were m. Feb. 11th, in the Whitefield church by 

Eev. S. J. Spalding. 
Smith, see Dexter, Johnson, Knight and Sheridan. 
Snow, Alden P., and Miss Anna C. Pike, m. Jan. 

1st, by Eev. Dr. Dimmick, in Newburyport. 
Spalding, Albert H., of Tyngsborough, m. in Man- 
chester, Miss Elizabeth Jane Cate, of Hooksett. 
Speakman and Stevens, see Barns and Davis. 
Springer, Ransom, and Miss Mary S. McFar- 

lan, both of Hancock, Me., m. in Lowell, 22d Jan., 

by Elder J. Duer. 
Stevens, Ch's O., m. in San Francisco, Dec. 21st, 

1856, Miss Laura J. Messer, of Methuen. 
Stevens, Wm. M., and Miss Abby N. Lamprey, 

both of Concord, were m. March 7th, by Eev. C. 

W. Flanders. 
Steward, Benj. Ft., and Miss Maria Colby, m. in 

Bow, 11th Jan. 
Stockbridge, Calvin B ., and Miss Hannah M. 

Merrill, were m. by Eev. Mr. Harding, all of 

Haverhill. 
Stone, T. B., and Miss Anna E. Reed, m. by Eev. 

A. D. Williams, April 11th, 1857, all of Lawrence. 
Stone, see Sanborn and Eand. 
Straw, James, and Miss Roxa Ann Anderson, 

both of Concord, m. in Manchester, 13th of April. 
Straw, Thomas L., of Alton, N. H, was m. in 

Barnstead, to Miss Eliza Ann Hill. 
Sumner, Lemuel M., and Miss Sarah M. Brown, 

both of Lowell, m. in that place Jan. 28, 1857. 
Swain, Ch's W., and Miss Henrietta Ames, 

Jan. 1st, by Eev. Sam'l II. Tolman, all of Wil- 
mington. 
Swain, Ch's W., of Manchester, m., March 1 2th, in 

Gilmanton, to Miss Miranda Barney, of Grafton, 

N. H. 
Swain, Wm. L., and Miss Anna E. Leighton, 

both of Gilmanton, m. there 12th March. 

Tallant and Taylor, see Brown and Shute. 
Tetlow, Thomas, and Miss Eliza Orford, m. in 

Lawrence, 18th Feb., by Eev. Mr. Hall. 
Thatcher, Eev. Seth T., Pastor of the Baptist 

church in West Amesbury, and Miss Sarah M. 

Perry, of Beverly, were m. in B. Jan. 23d, by 

Eev. Mr. Foster. 
Thompson and Thurlow, see Davidson and Poor. 
Thurlow, Benj. A., and Miss Mary J. Lattime, 

m. in New bury port, 25th of Feb., by Eev. Mr. 

Campbell. 



Thurlow, Cyrus H., m. in Newburyport, 5th of 
Feb., by Eev. Mr. Eeed, to Mrs. Sarah J. Perry. 

Tilton and Todd, see Fowle and Hill. 

Titus, Wm. M., of Eeading, Mass., m. Jan. 21, by 
Eev. Thomas Savage, to Miss Dollie C. French, 
of Bedford, N. H. 

Towne, Joseph Hiram, of Salisbury, m. March 
19th, by Eev. A. C. Child, to Miss Mary P., dau. 
of Oflin Boardman, Esq., of Amesbury. 

Townsend and Trow, see Hinkley and Messer. 

Turner and Tyler ; see Twombley, Pearl and Shute. 

Tuxbury, Warren V., of Amesbury, m. April 4th, 
by Eev. E. Mason, to Miss Malvina O. Brown, 
of Salisbury. 

Twombley, Stephen E., and Miss Susan Tur- 
ner, m. in Haverhill, by Eev. Mr. Parker. 

Venard, Jonathan M. T., and Miss Hannah E. 
Lane, both of Seabrook, N. II., were m. Feb. 7th, 
by Eev. Mr. Eogers. 

Wade, Wadley, Waleh, Wales and Walton ; 
see Burnham, Baker, Haines, Saltmarsh and Gar- 
diner. Also Ward, see Burnham. 

Watts, "Webb, Webber and Webster ; see 
Drake, Graham, Ford, and Young. 

Webster, Wm., 2d, and Miss Elizabeth E. Wil- 
kinson, both of Kingston, N. H., m. in Plaistow, 
April 1st, by Eev. Eben. Peaslee. 

Weeks, Newton W., of St. Anthony Falls, M. T., 
m. in Lawrence, by Eev. Mr. Williams, Feb. 11th, to 
Miss Harriet M. Hanson, of Lowell. 

Welch, Benj. P., of Concord, m. in Nashua, March 
1 7 th, to Miss Rebecca C. Parker. 

Welch, Clark, to Miss Elizabeth A. Richard- 
son, of Lowell, m. by Eev. C. H. Dutton, in L., 
13th of Jan., 1857. 

Wells, Job, of Middleton, and Miss Hannah A. 
Whitcomb, of Amesbury, m. in A. 

Wheeler, Sam'l P., of Westford, Mass., m. Jan'y 
11th, in Amherst, N. H, Miss Abby A. Page, of 
Lowell. 

Wheilden and Whitcomb, see Hackett, Wells and 
Wills. 

Whipple, Ch's H, and Mrs. Mary A. Rundlett 
m. in Hebron, N. H, March 26th, 1857. 

Whitney, Gorham, and Miss Clara Needham, 
both of Lawrence, m., Jan. 14th, by Eev. J. J. 
Brayton. 

Whitney and Wiley ; see Johnson and Johnstone. 

Wiggin, John E., Esq., of Gilford, m. in Moulton- 
borough, N. H, Miss Caroline Chandler. 

Widger, Sam'l O., and Miss Sarah J. Ambler, 
both of Lynn, m. in Ballard Vale, Andover. 

Wilkinson and Willard, see Webster and Ham- 
mond. 

Wills, James W., and Miss Rosalia C. Whit- 
comb, both of Lowell, were m. 17th Feb., by Eev. 
J. W. Dadmun, in L. 

Willis and Withington, see Canfield and Colman. 

Wlison, John, and Miss Margaret Gray, were 
m. in Lawrence, April 20th, by Eev. Geo. Packard, 
all of L. 

Witter, Oliver D., of Salem, m. in Lawrence, 19th 
March, by Frank Eemington, to Miss Martha C. 
Bachelder. 

Wood, Sam'l H"., of Lowell, m., in Concord, April 
16th, by Eev. M. Quimby, Mrs. Emma B. Dud- 
ley, of Epsom. 

Wood, see Cilley and Lunt. 

Wright, J. S., of Chicago, 111., m. in Lawrence, 
April 1st, to Miss Sarah E. Moore, of L., by Eev. 
Geo. Packard. 

Young, Amos R., of Boston, m. in Salem, Mass., 



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PASSING EVENTS.— DEATHS. 



67 



March 19th, by Rev. Dr. Thompson, Miss Ann A. 

Webster, dau. of C. A. Webster, of Salem. 
Young, J. A., of Boston, in Bradford, by Rev. J. T. 

McCollom,m. Miss Annie M. Lawrence, formerly 

of Lowell, and a sister to wife of Sam! W. Hopkin- 

son, of B. 
Young, Sam'l B., and Miss Cynthia Reynolds, 

m. in Barnstead, N. H. 



Obituary. 



Abbott, Timothy, North Andover, Feb. 18, 1857. 
aged 77. 

Adams, Capt. Bich'd, Newbury, aged 61 years 
and 8 months, Jan. 29. 

Ames, Sarah, W. Andover, wid. of the late Sime- 
on Ames, aged 84. Mrs. A. was b. in that place, 
Nov. 1, 17 72, and was dau. of Moses and Elizabeth 
(Moore) Bailey, b. 1744, before his father left E. 
Bradford (now Groveland), and g. dau. of Nathan 
and Mary (Palmer) Bailey, (see page 54). Her 
father, who d. in his 99th year, left a large number 
of descendants besides herself; his children were 
Moses, settled in Dracut ; Elizabeth, m. Sam'l Down- 
ing, Jr., settled in Minot, Me. ; Joshua, settled in 
Andover ; Nathan, settled on the old place, by the 
river, in West Andover ; Hannah, m. Wm. Abbot 
(bro. to the wives of Joshua and Nathan), settled 
in Greenfield, N. H. ; Rebecca, m. Wm., s. of Dea. 
Isaac Abbot, and went to Concord, N. H. ; John 
M., settled near his father ; Timothy, settled near 
his father ; and Rhoda, m. Henry, another of Bigs- 
by Abbot's children, r. Amherst, N. II. Mrs. 
Ames's husband was a s. of Capt. Benj. Ames, born 
March 29, 1772, and d. Sept. 29, 1849, by whom 
she had Sarah, b. 1790, m. Francis, s. of Dr. David 
Smiley, of Peterboro', N. H., and had 8 children ; 
Elizabeth, m. John Tuck (Fry Village), 11 ch. ; 
Hannah, unm. 1852) ; Simeon, m. Dorcas Poor, d. 
in A., 5 ch. ; and Rhoda, m. Wm., son of a Wm. 
Bailey of A., 3 children. 

Anderson, Mary Jane D., w. of S. C. Anderson 
of Merrimack, d. in Bedford. 

Andrews, Willie, infant of M. C, of Lawrence. 

Archibald, Robert, Andover, a Scotchman, found 
lying dead on the old railroad track, between An- 
dover and North Andover, morning of April 13th, 
aged about 50. Came from Edinburgh about 1830. 
Compositor in the printing office, at Andover, most 
of the time the ten years past. 

Armstrong, Hiram P., s. of II. S., Lawrence, 3 
years and 7 months. 

Atkinson, Dea. Josiah L., of Ncwburyport, died 
Jan. 18, aged 65 years and 3 months. 

Austin, Eliza Ellen, dau. of Jos. W. and late 
Mary A., d. Feb. 3, in Lowell, aged 11 years, 6 mos. 
and 5 days. 

Bacon, Catherine S., w. of Jonathan Bacon, form- 
erly of Natick, Mass., d. in Urbana, 111., Jan. 5, aged 
22. She was dau. of Dea. J. F. Ingalls of Methuen, 
and was brought to Massachusetts for burial. 

Bacon, Thomas M., recently of Hooksett, died in 
Franklin, March 25, aged 26. 

Bachelder, David, aged 84, d. in Loudon, N. H. 

Bailey, Joanna, Northfield, Jan. 2? aged 20. 

Bayley, Col. Stephen, W. Amesbury, Feb. 3, aged 
65. He was Post Maste.' in that place for many 
years. 

Balden, Mehitable, wid. of the late Benj. P. Bal- 
den, Esq., aged 82. She was a native of Salem, 
N. H. 



Barraclough, James, Lawrence, Jan. 7, aged 69. 

Barrowmarj, Jessie D., Lawrence, March 14, aged 
21, of typhoid fever. 

Barry, James, Lawrence, Jan. 7, aged 61. 

Barry, Mrs. Caroline S., d. in Brockport, N. Y, 
April 1, aged 53; was dau. of the late Roger E. 
Perkins, Esq., of Hopkinton, N. II., and sister of 
Hamilton E. Perkins, Esq., of Concord. 

Bartlett, Dolly, w. of John, of Newburyport, sud- 
denly, at No. 12, Munroe-st., Jan. 10, aged 53. 

Batchelder, John L., Wentworth, very suddenly, 
of apoplexy, aged 51. 

Bean, Mary P., dau. of Sam'l G. and S. A., Sutton's 
Mills, N. Andover, March 8, aged 5 years and 9 mos. 

Bean, Silas T., Concord, Jan. 12, aged 20 yrs., 8 m. 

Beatman, Joseph, s.of Sam'l Lawrence, 4 yrs., 3 m. 

Beede, Mary Ann B. C, wife of Hanson Beede, 
Meredith Village, March 27, aged 40. 

Bellows, Abel, Esq., Walpole, March 9, aged 81. 
He was the father of A. H. Bellows, Esq. of Con- 
cord. 

Berry, Wm., Esq., Concord, Jan. 23, aged 56. The 
body was conveyed to Barnstead, his former place 
of residence, the next day. He was the State 
Treasurer, and highly respected. 

Blaisdell, Daniel, Esq., Amesbury Mills, suddenly, 
Jan. 4, aged Gl. He was Post Master during the 
administration of President Fillmore. 

Blake, Sarah Averill, w. of Jesse A., Newbury- 
port, Jan. 22, aged 21 years and G months. 

Blake, Miss Sarah W., of Lowell, d. in Cambridge, 
of consumption, aged 35. 

Boardman, Sam'l L., Esq., of Bloomfield, Me., 
suddenly, of apoplexy, March 20. He was father 
of Wm. II. and S. M., of Lawrence. 

Boott, Mrs. Mary, London, Nov. 29, 1856, aged 90, 
wid. of the late Kirk Boott, who was well known in 
Lowell. 

Bouton, Mrs. Ann Louisa, w. of S. F., Chicago, 
111., January 2, aged 22. She was dau. of Doct. 
Robert Hall, of Concord, where she was interred. 

Brainard, Joseph, South Boston, Jan. 3, aged 72 ; 
was formerly of Newburyport. 

Bray, Rhoda, relict of the late Mark Bray, died in 
Newburyport, April 17, aged 7G. 

Breck, Mrs. L. Matilda, Haverhill, April 21, aged 
20 years and 7 mos. She was dau. of Jas. Graham. 

Briggs, Elisha, Pembroke, Mass., March 4, aged 
76. He was for many years a ship-builder at Bell- 
ville, and a subscriber to the Newburyport Herald 
for about 50 years. 

Brooks, Warren, while a member of the Middle 
Class, Andover Theological Seminary, d. in Towns- 
end, Feb. 5, 1857. 

Brown, Abigail Webster, Wilmington, Feb. 2, 
aged 73 ; was wife of Silas Brown, M. D. 

Brown, Mr. Benj., West Newbury, March 7, 1857, 
aged 73; school-teacher, most of his days; hence, 
went by the name of Master Ben, as a distinction 
from the many other Browns in the vicinity ; winter 
of 1855-6, taught a school by North Salem and At- 
kinson. He was also much interested in music, ac- 
cordingly named two of his sons ; the one Handel, 
who was for some time with Lucian A. Emery, in 
the comb business; and one, Haydn, well known as 
a comb manufacturer, now in company with Somer- 
by C. Noyes and Son, in West Newbury. 

Brown, Betsey, w. of Joseph, Allenstown, Jan. 8, 
aged 67. 

Brown, Widow Hannah, at Sutton's Mills, N. An- 
dover, March 12, aged 82 years and 6 mos. 

Burrill, Mary T., Newburyport, w. of John, Jan. 
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Btirr, Win. W., "Washington, D. C, eldest s. of tbe ' 
editor of the " Morning Star," and had been clerk 
in the Treasury Department for nearly three years ; 
was formerly teacher at Amesbury, in the school 
district by the mills. 

Callum, ■, infant of John, Andover, March 16. 

Campbell, Flora E., youngest child of William 
S., Newburyport. 

Carleton, Geo. H., Lowell, aged 52. Mr. C. was s. 
of Israel, who lived and died on the old Carleton 
place in West Haverhill; his brother John (p. 13), 
occupies it now. 

Carleton, Jas. E., drowned in California, Jan. 25, 
aged 52; he was formerly of North Andover. 

Carleton, Hon. Moses, Wiscasset, Me., Jan. 5, aged 
90 ; he survived his wife, who was 93 years at her 
death, one month ; they lived together about 70 
years ; — he had been one of Gov. Gerry's Coun- 
cillors. 

Carter, Mehitable, Amesbury Mills, March 31 
aged 85 ; was wid. of the late Capt. Tho's Carter, of 
Newburyport. 

Cary, Elizabeth, dau. of John, Lawrence, set. 2 
years and 8 months. 

Cliadwick, Col. Benj. P., Bradford, April 5th, aged 
53. Col. Chadwick's father was Joseph, an influen- 
tial man of Bradford, who was a s. of Jonathan 
Cliadwick, and m. June 30, 1787, Mary, dau. of 
Bradstreet and Rebecca (Balch) Parker ( sister to 
1G09, p. 31), by whom had 12 ch., Mary, Sally, 
Hannah, and Eunice, all d. y. ; Jonathan m. Eunice 
Day (a dau. of his 2d cousin), and d. leaving 5 ch. ; 
Joseph d. on board of a steamer at the West ; Geo., 
grad. Dart. Col., was a physician, m. Susan Gilbert 
of Hanover, N. H, and died, leaving 3 children ; Han- 
nah m. Dr. Barret, by whom had a dau. Mary ; 
William, scalded to death, when young; next, Benj. 
Parker, b. March 31, 1804, who was named for his 
uncle, B. Parker of E. Bradford ; William, who en- 
tered College, but was taken insane, d. unm. ; and 
Bradstreet, who m. Mary Kimball, d., leaving ch. in 
Bradford. Col. Cliadwick m. Dec. 27, 1827, Deborah 
Robins, dau. of Capt. Wm. and Nancy (Poor) Day 
of Bradford (a cousin to his bro. Jonathan's wife) ; 
settled on the old homestead, and had 8 ch., viz : 
Hiram Everett, b. 1828 ; Sarah Jane, 1829 ; Benj. 
Parker, 1831 ; Henry Martin, 1833 ; Nancy Day, 
twin to H. M. ; Alden Bradford, and Mary Eliza- 
beth, twins, 1836 ; and Ellen Maria, 1841, all unm. 

Challis, Hezekiah, Amesbury, Jan. 20, set. 72. 

Chandler, Sarah, Concord, Jan. 17, set. 88, at the 
residence of her s. Abiel. She was wid. of the late 
Maj. Tim. Chandler and dau. of Joseph Abbott, one 
the first deacons of the First Congregational Church 
iu Concord, N. II. 

Charouse, Abby, wife of Jacob, d. in Bradford 
Jan. 13, aged 26. 

Chase, Edgar B. Hudson, Jan. 11, aged 27. 

Chase, Mrs. Sally, formerly of Litchfield, died in 
Concord, April 1, aged 70. 

Chickering, Hannah, at Sutton's Mills, N. An- 
dover, Jan. 22, aged 77. 

Clarke, Elijah, Groveland, March 28, aged 78. He 
was naturally a man of very strong mental and 
physical abilities; but in his trading journeys to 
Canada, and other hard labors for many years, being 
exposed thereby to the weather and other influences, 
ho was afflicted with chronic rheumatism in his lower 
extremities, so that, for several years, of the latter 
part of his life, he was not able to perform much 
active service. Mr. Clarke descended from Daniel 
Clarke, who settled in Topsfield, previous to 1645, 
where he hail (probably by his wife Mary), 10 chil- 



dren, among them Daniel, b. 1665, who m. Dama- 
ris Dorman, and had 12 ch., one of whom was Dan, 
a twin to his sister Sarah, b. Jan. 1,1705-6; he 
was an innkeeper, as was his father before him, and 
his house stood on the Salem road, where Wright's 
shoe factory now (1854) is, a few rods south of the 
common, and nearly opposite Benj. P. Adams's 
store. He married June 17, 1731 Martha, daughter 
of Lieut. Dea. Daniel and Mrs. Elizabeth (Daver- 
son) Reddington, and had 6 children ; 2 died in in- 
fancy ; a son Dan, that died suddenly in 1764; 
Mary, born 1732, m. Dea. Stephen Symonds, of 
Boxford, in 1755; Daniel, born Feb. 4, 1733-4; 
and Elijah, born 1736, d. 1764, leaving 2 ch., Hum- 
phrey, who was a merchant-tailor in Boston ; and 
Molly, who m., March, 1783, Daniel Balch, of 
Topsfield. 

Daniel, son of Dan, was Mr. Clarke's father, who mar- 
ried, March 12, 1771, Hannah, dau, of Moses Perley 
of Boxford, r. at his father's place, and continued to 
keep a public house until 1784, and died in George- 
town, (then Rowley), Dec. 19, 1788 ; his wid., after 
being married to a John Perley, d. Sept. 19, 1842, 
over 97 years old, having been born April 14, 1745. 
Their 7 ch. were : Elijah, and Daniel, d. young; 
Daniel, who m. 1st, Olive Nelson, who d. childless ; 
and 2d, Hannah, dau. of John Curtis (sister to No. 
2294, p. 42), and he died, leaving a dau., Olive N. ; 
Elijah (Mr. Clarke), b. in Topsfield, Jan. 29, 1779, 
came here April 2, after he was 21 years old (see 
p. 13); Moody, d. unm.; Moses, a physician, r. 
Lawrence ; and Jeremiah, b. March 8, 1786, m. 1st, 
Lucy Hardy ; and 2d, Judith Chute (see p. 14). 

Clarke, Sarah, Groveland, wife of Elijah, above, 
died suddenly, evening of 16th Jan., aged 74 years 
and 9 months. 

Clarkson, Mary A., ch. of Wm. M., Newburyport, 
aged 1 year. 

Clements, Mrs. Elizabeth, wid. of the late Sam'l 
W., of Salem, N. II., aged 85 years and 3 months. 

Codman, Mrs. Mary, Newburyport, at the residence 
of her brother, Eben. Whcelright, Esq., April 4, 
aged 65, wid. of the late Rev. Dr. John Codman, of 
Dorchester. 

Cogswell, Mrs. Joanna S., Gilmanton, March 31, 
aged 60, widow of the late Rev. Wm. Cogswell, 
D. D. Mrs. C. was dau. of the late Rev. Jonathan 
Strong, D. D. of Randolph, Mass. ; " and thus she 
had the privilege of a pious parentage, and a faith- 
ful Christian nurture in her early years. She gave 
her heart to God in youth, and at the age of 15 
years united with the church. Nov. 11, 1818, she 
was married, and for several years resided in the 
quiet parish of South Dedham. After Dr. Cogs- 
well's appointment as Secretary of the American 
Education Society, the family removed to Boston, 
where they remained for several years ; subse- 
quently, on his election as Professor in Dartmouth 
College, they lived at Hanover, N. II. ; and finally 
when he was appointed President of Gilmanton 
Theological Seminary, they fixed their residence in 
Gilmanton. Here Mrs. Cogswell was called to pass 
under the shadows of mourning, by the loss of her 
only son, in 1848, a promising young man who had 
entered college, — and of her husband in 1850; but 
in the calmness of her trust in God, she was enabled 
to bear all. Here her life was passed in the quiet 
of a Christian home, devoted to the care of her 
daughters, who are left to mourn their great loss. 
" Some of her prominent traits of character are 
worthy of notice. One, was her peculiar refine- 
ment and native delicacy of feeling. That feminine 
grace which rests upon woman as a charm, was con- 



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stant and natural to her. Another trait was her 
amiableness, which was especially manifest in a form 
which leads in fact to another trait of character, her 
family affection. Another lovely trait was her 
Christian resignation, and the whole development 
of her Christian character. Self-denial for Christ 
was another trait in her character. The church 
will feel the loss of her sanctified influence, and her 
prayers." — Extracts from Puritan Recorder of 
April 16, 1857. 

Coffin, Charles D., s. of Oliver C. and Mercy C, 
Lawrence, March 28, aged 3 years and 3 months. 

Coffin, Lydia, vvid. of the late Sam'l C, Ne-wbury- 
port, March 1 7, aged 78. 

Coffin, Mrs. Mary, Buxton, Me., formerly of New- 
buryport, aged 74. 

Coffin, Mrs. Rebecca L., Indianapolis, Ind., March 
21, aged 2G. She was the wife of Isaac Coffin, Esq., 
son of Joshua, late of West Haverhill ; she was in- 
terred in Haverhill. 

Colby, Electa M., Sanbornton, April 15, aged 2G, 
w. of B. M. Colby, Esq. 

Colby, Capt. John, Newbury port, March 31, aged 
64 ; he was one of the assessors of that city at the 
time of his decease. 

Coleord, Mrs. Sarah, Gilmanton, April 2, aged 79. 

Collins, Timothy, Salisbury Mills, March 27, aged 
80 years and 8 months ; Mr. C. had not been sick 
from the time he was 17 years old, till a few weeks 
before his death, a period of 63 years. 

Connel, Michael, Lawrence, April 8, aged 40. 

Cook, Charlotte R., wife of Ch's W. Cook, Esq., 
of the firm of Palmer, Cook and Co., formerly of 
Newburyport, d. in San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 20. 

Cook, Mrs. Elizabeth, Newburyport, Jan. 16, aged 
85, wid. of the late Zebedee C&ok. 

Corning, Almira Newell, dau. of Alexander A., 
d. in Andover, Jan. 22, aged 14 mos. 

Crawford, Sarah H., Sutt. mills, N. Andover, set. 5. 

Crombie, Nath'l, Georgetown, was found dead 
Wednesday morning, April 22d, aged about 58 ; 
his w. was a dau. of John Dorman, sister to his bro. 
Aaron's wife ; among his children has Lucy Ann ; 
he was a son of Aaron and Mary (Lowell), and g. s. 
of Benj. and Rebecca Crombie of Rowley. 

Cunningham, a ch. of Hugh, Andover, March 8. 

Currier, Jas., Lawrence, March 10, aged 69. 

Currier, Jedediah, Concord, Feb. 23, aged 72. 

Currier, Polly, Salisbury Point, April 6, aged 87, 
wid. of the late Capt. David Currier. 

Cutter, Carrie S., Nashville, Tenn. aged 22, for- 
merly of Newburyport, Jan. 15, and was w. of Ben- 
jamin. 

Danforth, Clarence, only son of Jacob I., and H. 
M., d. of scarlet fever, in Newburyport, March 16, 
aged 4 years and 2 mos. 

Danforth, Edwin L., Groveland, Jan. 30. (See 
No. 419, page 15). 

Davis, Carrie Lizzie B., Bradford, Feb. 26, aged 
3 1-2 ; youngest dau. of John and Susan O. 

Davis, Obadiah S., Newburyport, April 12, 83t. 51. 

Deal, Mary, E. Salisbury, April 24, aged 82 years 
and 7 mos. 

Derwin, Ambrose, s. of Mich'l, Lawrence, Jan. 23, 
aged 3. 

Dole, Philip C, Salisbury, Jan. 11. aged 19. 

Doyle, Wm., Lawrence, March 1 2, aged 33. 

Drew, Miss Betsey B., 8au. of Elisha and Lucretia, 
of Starkcs, Me., d. in .Amesbury Jan. 31st, aged 31. 

Drown, Mrs. Frances L, Newburyport, March 19, 
aged 68 years and 9 months. 

Duncan, Miss Susan B., dau. of Hon. Jas. II. Dun- 
can of Haverhill, Feb. 24, aged 20. 



Durrell, Dorria A., dau. of Zebulon and Dorothy, 

Lawrence, April 22, aged 1 year and 6 mos. 
Eames, Dea. Luther, Lawrence, of apoplexy, Mar. 
6, aged 55 ; — he was station agent of B. and M. and 
M. R. road in L., at the time. 
Eaton, Aaron, Jr., S. Hampton, N. II., Jan. 23, 

aged 54. b 

Eaton, Miss Charlotte K, of Salisbury, d. in New- 
buryport Jan. 24, aged 26. 
Elder, Nancy, wife of David B., Haverhill Jan. 15, 

aged 48. 
Elkins, Geo. W., Haverhill, aged 20. 
Emerson, Lucy, w. of Jonathan, Haverhill, Jan. 8, 

aged 67. 
Emery, Mary, (Bradley), w. of Rufus K., s. of Ja- 
cob Emery, of West Newbury, d. March 24, aged 
38. " Mrs. E. was a believer in religion, and her 
faith afforded her abundant consolation in the hour 
of trial." 

" She walked with wisdom, hand in hand, 

Through this world of toil and care 
Unto another and a better land, 
To greet her kindred spirits there." 

[Ext. from Newburyport Her. 

Emery, Mrs. Buby, Portsmouth, N. H., at the resi- 
dence of her son, James \V. Emery, Esq., Feb. 13, 
aged 72 ; native of Haverhill, N. H, and wid. of 
Sam'l Emery, Esq., of Haverhill, Mass. 

Evans, Andrew O., Esq., Allenstown, Mar. 15, 
aged 75. 

Farmer, Martha J., dau. of J. P., Boscawen, Mar. 
10, aged 5. 

Farrington, Eben.,West Newbury, March 16, aged 
82. Mr. F. came from Pequawkett, Me., to W. New- 
bury, and m. Ruth Bartlett (sister to Wm. Bartlett, 
of that town), where he has had 6 ch., viz : Daniel, 
who m. Matilda Brock from England, and has 8 ch. ; 
Ann, m. Gorham Hills (bro. to Edw'd, Jr., p. 22d), 
for his 2d wife ; Mary, m. Lewis Gilman, and amoii" 
her 12 ch. are Tho's E. and Wm. E. (seep. 47) ; 
Wm. m. Martha Stevens, and has 1 ch. ; Hannah 
m. 1st, Moses Morse, Jr., and 2d, Geo. Cammet 
(bro. to Mrs. Hopkinson, see p. 23) ; and Lewis G., 
who d. Aug. 26, 1846, aged 26, m. Sarah J. Emery, 
(see p. 16). 

Felch, Cha's A., s. of Albert, Salisbury, Ap. — , set.l. 

Fish, Sarah T., ch. of F. A., Concord, aat. 1. 

Fisk, Mrs. Hannah P., Hopkinton, April 14, ast. 73. 

Fisk, Baehel M., dau. of Benj. and Sarah, in Law- 
rence, of consumption, March 15, aged 18 years and 
10 months. 

Fittzemans, Mary A., child of T., Lawrence, 
April — , aged 2 1-2 years. 

Flanders, an infant of James, Salisbury. 

Flanders, Miss Susan, Salisbury Mills, Feb. 11, of 
consumption, aged 59. She was sister of Rev. C. 
W. F., of Concord. 

Foot, John, Amesbury Ferry, Jan. 24, aged 75. 

Ford, Elizabeth H., Concord, suddenly, April 18, 
aged 34 ; was w. of Theodore, and left 2 ch. 

Foster, Bela E., s. of Rev. E. B., Lowell, Feb. 24, 
aged 3 years and 5 mos. 

Foster, Ruth A., Lawrence, of congestion of brain, 
aged 24, April 14. 

Fowle, Lydia Ann, w. of Joseph C, Pembroke, 
Feb. 12, aged 38. 

Fowler, J. Warren, s. of Jona., Salisbury Point, 
Jan. 29, aged 23 1-2. 

French, Capt. Moses, E. Salisbury, Mar. 2, aged 67. 

French, Sally, w. of Jona., Amesbury, Jan. 16, 
aged 47. 

G-arland, John, Meredith, March 1, 1857. 



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Garland, Mrs. Susan, Lynn, Mass., Jan. 22, aged 
34, dau. of Maj. Abr'ni L. Morrison of Sanbornton. 

George, Sidney W., son of John H., Concord, 
aged 3 years and 5 months. 

Gibson, John, Lawrence, Jan. 2, aged 62 y's, 5 m's. 

Gilman, Lemuel, 3d, Gilford, suddenly, Jan. — . 

Godfrey, Dealy, Lawrence, Mar. 20, set. 33. 

Goodhue, Mary, Lawrence, April 6, w. of Wad- 
leigh, and formerly of Amesbury. Mrs. G. was 
highly appreciated, and beloved by a large circle of 
friends. To much intelligence and quickness of 
perception she added a genial and social nature, and 
a warm sympathy, that rendered her a favorite 
among her friends. She was ever kind, gentle, pa- 
tient and hopeful, and her sudden departure is a 
great loss to her young family, as well as to her 
many friends and relatives. 

Gordon, George, West Newbury, April 11, aged 
70. Mr. G. has followed marketing meat for nearly 
50 years in W. Newbury and Newburyport, where 
he will be missed. 

Gordon, John S., Candia, March 21, aged 82. 

Gregg, Rev. Wm., Andover, Me., Dec. 27, 1856, 
aged 92, formerly of Londonderry, N. H.. 

Greely, Cora S., only ch. of Nath'l, March 6, aged 
1 year and 3 mos. 

Greely, Mrs. Mary J., w. of S. P., of Concord, died 
in Manchester, April 20. She was the dau. of 
Daniel Wheeler, of M., and a lady of more than 
common natural and acquired attainments, and pos- 
sessed the best qualities of head and heart. — Man- 
chester American. 

Green, Wm. J., young ch. of Wm. and Anne, Law- 
rence, March 4. 

Greenleaf, Mary Elizabeth, dau. of the late 
Benj. Greenleaf, died March 25, aged 26 y'rs, 3 m's. 

Greenleaf, Sam'l E., Esq., at his residence, the 
family homestead, in the West Parish of Haverhill, 
on the 9 th of March, 1857, aged 68. " Mr. Green- 
leaf will be long remembered as a kind neighbor, a 
worthy and upright citizen, a judicious counsellor, 
a firm friend, and an affectionate husband and 
father ; his departure is deeply felt ; but it was his 
Christian character and example which lay at the 
foundation of his other excellences, and which now 
render his death so great a loss. He was an exem- 
plary and devoted member of the church of Christ 
for more than forty years, having at first joined the 
Calvinistic Baptist church in the village, and after a 
new and evangelical society was formed in his native 
parish, he joined that church. He was eminently a 
man of prayer ; he loved the Word of God. The 
Sabbath school was his delight, and he never with- 
held his presence and aid from it until, within a few 
months, the hand of disease compelled him to leave 
the sanctuary which he loved. Descending gently 
to the grave, and retaining his mental powers to the 
last, he showed, as he approached his end, the 
ripened fruits of one who had walked with God. 
His faith sustained him in the trying hour ; and 
while the earth mourns his loss, he has gone, as we 
believe, where mortality is swallowed up of life, and 
faith is lost in vision." 

Edmund Greenleaf, the ancestor, from whom Mr. G. 
descended, was, it is believed, a descendant of the 
Huguenots, who left France on account of their re- 
ligious principles, and settled in England. Edmund 
was born in the parish of Brixham, and county 
of Devonshire, near Torbay, in England, about the 
year 1600 ; married Sarah Dole, and had several 
children born in England; came to Newbury, Mass., 
in 1635, and lived near Old Town Bridge, but after- 
wards, about 1650, went to Boston, and died in 



1671, leaving a very curious will which may be seen 
in the Greenleaf genealogy, lately published in New 
York by Jonathan Greenleaf, of Brooklyn, N. Y., 
from which book we make extracts. Among the 
children of Edmund Greenleaf, were a dau. Judith, 
who m. at the age of 16 Henry Somerby, by whom 
had 4 ch., and he d. ; then she m. 2d, Tristram Cof- 
fin, Jr., from whom descended the Coffins of this 
valley, and a s. Stephen, who was b. in England in 
1630, called in the records Stephen Greenleaf, Sen., 
from whom are all the Greenleafs in this region. 
Stephen m. 1st Elizabeth, dau. of Tristram Coffin, 
(a bro. to his sister's husband), by whom had 10 ch. ; 
and 2d, m. a Mrs. Esther Swett. He was a captain 
in the militia, as was his f., and when in an Indian 
war at Cape Breton, in 1690 was, with 9 others, ac- 
cidentally, drowned. Among his 6 sons were John, 
(Sen.), b.1662, and Sam'l, b. 1665. This Sam'l m. 
Sarah Kent, but he died at the age of 29, leaving 
3 sons and 1 daughter. His son John, called John, 
Jr., born 1688, by his wife Abigail, had 7 children ; 
and the 2d of his 3 sons, was Timothy (Sen)., born 
1719, who resided in Newburyport, where he died 
in 1764; he m. Susanna Greenleaf, his 2d cousin, 
who was a dau. of Benj. and Anne (Hale), and g. 
dau. of John, Sen., and Elizabeth (Hills) Green- 
leaf, by whom had 9 ch., four of which were m., viz : 
Anne, who married Zebedce Hunt ; Sarah, married 
Capt. Offin Boardman ; Timothy, born 1753, and d. 
in 1786, who had by his wife Joanna one son, Timo- 
thy 3d, whose daughter Sarah Rowe, born 1810, m. 
Oliver Weld, s. of Simon Bailey, of Manchester, N. 
H. ; and Caleb, who was the youngest of the family, 
born Aug. 16, 1759, who was the father of Mr. G. 
Mr. Caleb Greenleaf lived with his sister Hunt after 
his parents deceased (he being but 9 years old when 
his mother d.), in his earlier years. Pie married 
Dec. 13, 1785, Susanna, dau. of Wm. and Abigail 
(Patee) Emerson of Methuen, and settled on the 
land, owned before him by his maternal grandfather, 
where this son has lived ; his w. d. March 29, 1835, 
and he died the 28th of Jan., the following year. 
Their 7 children were: Benj., born Sept. 25, 1786, 
well known as the author of a system of mathe- 
matics; Sam'l Emerson, born May 6, 1788; Su- 
sanna, died young; Anne, born March 2, 1793, m. 
John Crowell ; Wm., born Dec. 7, 1795, who occu- 
pies a part of the old homestead ; Abel, died young ; 
and Susan, born Nov. 9, 1803, married Jennes Haw- 
kins. Mr. Greenleaf married Sarah Hale (sister to 
Mrs. Palmer, p. 31), and had 6 children : Moses P., 
born Feb. 7, 1818, who graduated at the medical 
college, New York City, married Susan M. Allen of 
Manchester, Mass., and settled in W. Newton, but 
died Jan. 23, 1848, leaving 1 child, Benjamin, that 
also died the next October, and since that his wid. 
has deceased ; Caroline, born Mav 1, 1820, married 
H. C. Parker (see p. 32) ; Mary'Hale, born March 
15, 1823, married George Marston, of Dcerfield, N. 
M., resides in Woburn ; Sarah Ann, born Nov. 5, 
1824, married George Lockhart Hunt of Lynniield, 
and resides near her mother ; Rebecca Jane, died 
unm. in 1855; and Samuel Hale, born Jan. 26, 
1836, resides at home. 

Hall, Stephen A., Haverhill, April 10, aged 39. 
Mr. II. was with Mr. Webster, keeping a restaurant, 
at the time of his sudden death; m., 1st, a Matson, 
who died, leaving Ceorgianna and Stephen ; and m., 
2d, a Colby, by whom has ch. 

Ham, Abbey, Atkinson, aged 26, wife of Thomas 
Y. She was the dau. of Joseph L. Cove of Ports- 
mouth. 

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26. He was son of Isaac, and g. s. of Thomas and 
Hannah (Tvving) Harding; b. in Haverhill, Feb'y 
26, 1834, and graduate of Union College, 1855. 
His mother is Elizabeth, dau. of Bcnj. and Olive 
Morse. (See p. 29). 

Hardy, Ephraim J., Hanover, Feb. — , aged 26, a 
native of Brookline, N. H, Mr. Hardy was a mem- 
ber of the Senior class of Dart. College, and " a 
young man of great promise, second to no one in 
his class in scholarship, and having uniformly ex- 
hibited a depth of piety and fixedness of purpose in 
the consecration of himself to Christ, very re- 
markable." 

Hardy, Isaac P., Hudson, Jan. 24, aged 22 ; was s. 
of Sam'l P. and Clarissa Hardy. 

Hart, Caroline H., dau. of Oliver and Elizabeth 
L , Concord, aged 3 years and 7 mos. 

Haselton, Mrs. Susanna, w. of the late Jas. Pem- 
broke, Jan. 21, aged 84 years, 6 m's. and 19 days. 

Haskell, Capt. David, Newbury, April 17, aged 82 
years and 8 mos. 

Haskell, Eliza M., y. ch. of Sam'l and S. L., 
March 10. 

Haskell, Emily Rogers, dau. of Wm. H. and 
Mary P., West Amesbury, of scarlet fever, aged 4 
years and 9 days. 

Hastings, Lydia or Sally, w. of Nathaniel, Derry, 
Jan. 20, aged 60 years and 10 months. 

Head, Drucilla, wife of the late Daniel of Tam- 
worth, N. H., died in Albany, N. H., aged 93. 

Heally, Susan Grace, wife of Ch's D., Newbury- 
port, Jan'y 7, set. 24. 

Hervey, Eunice Wells, wife of Joseph B., ast. 46, 
died in Newburyport March 5, 1857. 

Hicken, Eleanor, wife of John, aged 28, Newbury- 
port, April 11. 

Hind, Geo., Lawrence, Jan. 1, 1857, sat. 37. 

Hobbs, Flor'ce A. y. ch. of B. M. Law'ce, Jan. 20. 

Hogan, Ann M., y. ch. of Wm. and C, Lawrence, 
Jan. 24. 

Holliday, Mrs. Eunice, died Feb'y 17, gat 80. 

Horner, Susan C, y. ch. of Elias C, Concord, 
Jan. 28. 

Howarth, Ja's, North Andover, set. 68. 

How, Lilly, y. dau. of Dr. J. C, Haverhill, Mar. 16. 

Hoyt, Miss Ann, Newburyport, Feb'y 28, set. 72. 

Hughs, John, s. of Pat, Lawrence, April 8, set. 1 1-4. 

Hunt, Lawrence Milton, only s. of" Lewis A. and 
Ruth D., Salem, N. H., Jan. 15, set. 3 mos. 

" We lay thee in the silent tomb, 
Sweet blossom of a day ; 
We'd just begun to view thy bloom, 
And thou art called away." 

Huntington, Eliza Medora, dau. of Sam'l B. and 
Jane C, died March 6, set. 17 mos. 

" Oh ye who have gazed with a quivering breath 
On the pale, sweet child in its early de.ath, 
Look far away from the home it saddened in earth, 
To that happier land of its heavenly birth." 

Huse, Enoch, Newburyport, Jan. 15, aged 61 ; a 
cigar manufacturer most fifty years. 

Jackson, Eliz'th, Law'ce, Mar. 26, sat. 60 y. 10 m. 

Jaques, Moody, W. Newbury, Ap. 14, 03 1. 68. Mr. 
J. was s. of Moses and Abigail (Hale) Jaques, g. s. 
of Benj. and Mary (Noyes) Jaques of W. Newbury, 
consequently Mr. J. was cousin to Parker Jaques of 
Groveland. (See p. 25). He has left 1 s., Alonzo 
P., that he had by his w. who was a dau. of Capt. 
Goodrich. 

Jaquith, Eliza, wife of Henry, died in Andover 
March 30, set. 53. 



Jennings, John E., W. Andover, Feb. 19, cot. 5 3-4. 
Johnson, John, s. of Edw'd, Law'ce, Mar. 18, set. 2. 
Johnson, Mrs. Sally C, Amesbury, Feb. 1, a3t. 47; 

w. of Rich'd, then in California, and daughter of 

Joseph and Judith Cromack. 

Kelcey, Susannah, w. of the late Roswell, Nashua, 
Jan'y 26, set. 73. 

Kelly, Israel Webster, Esq., Concord, March 11, 
in the 80th year of his age. The " Statesman," of 
March 21, says : " He was son of Col. Moses Kelly; 
spent the larger portion of his life in Salisbury. 
Both father and son held the office of Sheriff of 
Hillsborough county, which then included all the 
towns west and north-west of Concord, which are 
now within the county of Merrimack. The wife of 
Mr. Kelly, and the first wife of Daniel Webster, 
were daughters of Rev. Mr. Fletcher of Hopkinton, 
where he lived with his father subsequent to his 
birth ; and between Mr. K. and Mr. Webster, the 
closest intimacy existed up to the death of Mr. W., 
in 1852. 

" Mr. Kelly was held in high regard by his fellow 
citizens, and was very widely known, especially among 
that class who constituted the business people of 
New Hampshire in years now long gone. He held 
several honorable and important public positions. 
He was Marshal of New Hampshire during the 
Presidential term which commenced with the inau- 
guration of Gen. Harrison, and Pension Agent dur- 
ing the Presidency of Gen. Taylor and Mr. Fill- 
more. He removed from Salisbury to the east vil- 
lage of Concord several years ago, having purchased 
the well-known residence of the late Stephen Am- 
brose, Esq. The death of Mrs. Kelly took place 
since the removal of the family to this city." 

Kelly, John, Jr., Pembroke, Feb'y 18, set. 26. 

Kezer, Mis. Martha, widow of the late Nathaniel, 
of Newburyport, died in Gloucester April 2, set. 87. 

Kimball, Mrs. Elizabeth C, relict of Rev. Ch's O., 
the first pastor of the Baptist church in Methuen 
village, 03t. 60, — died in Methuen Jan. 17. 

Kimball, Mis. Elizabeth, widow of the late Rich'd, 
Rowley, April 8, aged 62. 

Kimball, Jeremiah, Concord, Jan. 9, set. 49. 

Knight, Mrs. Anna M., Haverhill, April 9, set. 71. 
She was the widow of the late Samuel. 

Knowles, Mary M., wife of Collins, Lawrence, 
March 24, of consumption, aged 24. 

Larnphrey, Edwin R., of Gilmanton, aged 28 ; was 

instantly killed by the falling of a bank of earth 

while mining, Feb'y 7, in Walloupa, Cal. 
Lane, Bridget, Lawrence, Feb'y 1, of Cancer, set. 50. 
Langford, Dea. Anthony, Candia, March 21 ; 

formerly of Portsmouth ; a son-in-law of Rev. Jo- 

siah Walton, set. 84. 
Lasky, Mrs. Rebecca, Newburyport, Mar. 4, set. 82. 
Lawrence, Erastus, Lowell, a;t. 66. Mr. L. was a 

noted stage driver from Concord to Boston, before 

the days of railroads. 
Lawton, Roger B., Esq., at Rocky Hill, Salisbury, 

Feb. 11, aat. 64. He was formerly of Charleston, 

S. C. 
Leighton, Gideon E., Newburyport, afternoon of 

April 18, set. 57 y'rs, 10 mos. 
Leonard, Miss Abby Ann, Newburyport, Feb. 19, 

a3t. 27. 
Libby, Dudley L, of Wolfborough, set. 53, died in 

New York City. 
Libbey, Hermon O., Chichester, March 19, set. 22. 
Libby, Jacob, Lake Village, March 8, set. 47 ; well 

known as a stageman, and R. R. conductor. 
Little, Moses, Esq., Newburyport, April 28, set. 90. 



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Little, Miss Sarah Ann, dau. of Henry, Newbury, 
April 9, ret. 34. 

Lock, Abbie A., dau. of Sam'l B. and Betsey, Con- 
cord, ret. 20. 

Long, J a's, son of Dennis, Law'ce, act. 4 years, 2 m. 

Lord, Eliphalet, Concord, April 11, ret. G7. 

Lougee, Emma W., daughter of J. and P., Con- 
cord, Feb'y 10, 1857, ret. 17. 

Lyons, Jane P., wife of Ch's A., April 1, in Law- 
rence, set. 28 y'rs, 2 m. 

Mahony, Dennis, Bradford, ret. 58 ; was found dead 
in his bed April 16. 

Harden, Nancy L., Dec. 28, 185G, ret. 25 1-2. 

Marston, Capt. Jona., Lowell, a native of Ames- 
bury and Salisbury Mills. 

Martin, Miss Mary, Newbury, suddenly, March 18, 
set. 86 ; funeral the 20th, from the residence of 
Sam'l Poor, Esq., Old Town. 

McKay, Ellen, wife of John, Lowell, Jan. 6. 

McQuestion, Jas., son of Rob't and Elizabeth, 
Lawrence, March 22, ret. 7 m. 

Meadowcraft, Ezekiel, Lawrence, Jan'y 24, ret. 
43, of intlamation of the lungs. He was an English- 
man; and was one of that number of men who 
froze their feet returning from Lowell, winter of 
1855-6. 

Merrick, Eliphalet, Amesbury, Feb'y 25, ret. 66. 

Merrill, Sophronia, wife of Moses of Salisbury, 
died in Exeter, N. H., Feb'y 12, ret. 35. 

Midgely, Hannah, wife of Ja's, Andover, March 
17, ret. 36. 

Minot, Mrs. Nancy, Gilford, March 26, ret. 75. 

Mitchell, Elizabeth M., Chelsea, March 10, aged 
12. She was dau. of Newell Mitchell, formerly of 
Haverhill. 

Moore, Betsey, Loudon, March 30, act. 69. 

Moore, Judith J., (sister to Betsey above), March 
31, at Canterbury, ret. 49. 

Morgan, Polly, wid. of the late Lieut. Reuben 
Morgan, of Meredith, died in Barnstead, aged 72. 

Morrill, Abby M., day. of John W., Georgetown, 
March 11, ret. 13 years, 2 mos. and 18 days. 

Morrill, Mrs. Hannah, E. Salisbury, Jan. 24, aged 
87. 

Morrill, Louisa M., w. of Luther M., Esq., Con- 
cord, Jan. 26, ret. 40. 

Morse, Edwin Humphrey, only ch. of James M., 
and Sai-ah E., Feb. 9, aged 6 months. 

Morse, Lizzie Fremont, only dau. of Alden B. 
and Harriet N., of W. Amesbury, Feb. 13, aged 1 
year and 5 days. 

Morse, Milton L., formerly of Haverhill, and s. of 
John, died in Boston March 1, aged 27 yrs., 4 mos. 

Morse, Norris, Lowell, Jan. — . He was a fireman, 

and his death was caused by exposure and over-work 

at a fire a short time before. 

Morse, Bebecca H., Lawrence, March 20, aged 60. 

Moulton, Luther, s. of Wm. of Ossipee, died in 

Concord. 
Murphy, Geo., aged 30, in New "Worcester, form- 
erly of Andover. 
Murphy, Julia, Lawrence, Feb. 1, ret. 65. 
Murray, Wm. A., s. of John and' Janette, Law- 
reuee, April 19, aged 6 years and 7 mos. 

Nason, Simon F., Methuen, March 31, formerly of 
Lawrence. 

Needham, Hannah, Milford, N. II., March 2, aged 
97 years, 2 months and 25 days. "For ten years 
past, she has been the oldest person in Milford, in 
which time there have been 440 deaths. She was a 
native of this town, and her lather was killed in the 
battle of Bunker Hill. 



Kevins, Miss Helen M., Chicago, 111., aged 25 ; 

was dau. of Gardner Nevins, Esq., of Bedford, 

N. IT. 
Nichols, Ellen M., dau. of David II. and Betsey 

A., Lawrence, March 26, aged 5 mos. ; and 5 days 

after, their son, Horace B., aged 2 years and 7 m's, 

both of whooping cough. 
Norman, Capt. Geo. W-, Canaan, Me., Jan. 30, ret. 

40 1-2. He was formerly of Newburyport. 
Norris, Tho's, Haverhill, March 10, aged 34. 
Noyes, Michael T., Atkinson, Feb. 7, aged 25 y'rs 

and 2 mos. 
Noyes, Miss Bebecca, Newbury, Feb. 16, ret. 88. 
Nye, Dolly, wid. of the late John P., of Salisbury, 

died in Dorchester, April 9, aged about 70. 

O'Donnel, youngest ch. of M., N. Andover, April 10. 
O'Holan, youngest ch. of Patrick, Ballard Vale, An- 
dover, Feb. 10, aged 20 mos. 
Ordway, Emma Eliza, dau. of John and Eliza, of 

Hampstead, Jan. 30, aged 24. 
Ordway, Lizzie May, dau. of Geo. E. and Susan 

F., Lawrence, March 11, of scarlet fever, aged 3 

years and 3 months. 
Osgood, Betsey, wife of Capt. Nath'l, of Salisbury 

Point, March 10, aged 79. 
Osgood, Geo. D., s. of Francis C. and L., of Mar- 

blehead. ret. 10 mos., 21 days, died in Salisbury. 
Osgood, Sally C, dau. of Joseph and Judith Cro- 

mack, while her husband, Richard, was in California, 

died in Salisbury, Feb. 1, aged 47. 

Page, Mis. Eliza, wid. of Brackett Page, late of 
Concord, N. H., died in Newton, Mass., April 9, ret. 
57 years and 10 mos. " Mrs. P. in early life em- 
braced the Christian religion, of which she was a 
bright ornament. During the last two years of her 
life she suffered intensely, yet she fully realized the 
efficacy of that faith which triumphs over death." 

Page, Miss Buth, Concord, April 5, aged 29. 

Parker, Edw'd C, s. of Niles G. (p. 32) W. New- 
bury, Jan. 11, aged 2 y'rs and 8 mos. 

Parker, Frederick, Esq., Lowell, aged 43. He 
was for a number of years a Printseller in Boston. 

Parker, Mrs. Sarah, w. of Dea. Matthew, Litchfield, 
Jan. 8, 1857, aged 90. 

Patee, Jiidith, Feb- 12, at the residence of her s., 
Wm. W., in Alexandria, wid. of AVm. Patee, who 
died July, 1820. 

Patten, Moses, aged 72, in Candia. 

Peekham, Geo. D., s. of G. T., Lawrence, aged 2 
months. 

Perkins, Abby D., ch. of J., Allenstown.aged 15. 

Perkins, Joseph, Jr., Newbury, April 14, aged 85. 

Perkins, Mrs. Mary, Newburyport, aged 98. 

Perley, Maj. Nathan, Groveland, suddenly, morn- 
ing of April 22d, aged 70 years, 8 months, and 5 
days (see p. 34). Mr. Perley, as we are informed 
by Haskell Perley, of Georgetown, who is collecting 
information in regard to the Perley family, is a de- 
scendant of Allen Perley, a native of Wales, who 
arrived at Charlestown, N. E,. about 1630, and in a 
few years afterwards married Susanna Bokeson, set- 
tled in Ipswich, and had among his sons, Thomas, 2 
who had a son Jacob, 3 who, by his wife Lydia had a 
son Francis,' 1 born Jan. 28, 1705, (Mr. Perley's 
grandfather), who m. Huldah Putnam (sister to 
Gen. Putnam), Nov. 8, 1734, resided in Boxford, 
and died March 5, 1763. Among their 6 children 
was a son Jacob 5 born March 16, 1750, m. Dolly, 
dau. of Nathan Wood of Boxford, resided in By- 
field (except 2 years in Reading), and had Jacob 1 "', 
who settled in Hanover, N. II. ; Jonathan , in the 
city of Salem, where he has been one of the As- 



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sessors for a long time ; Lucy 6 , unm., in Groveland ; 
Deborah 7 , m. Thomas Savary (see p. 19 and 37) ; 
Jere. 6 , graduate Dart. Col., lived in Me.; Nathan 6 , 
b. 1786 ; Sam'l, drowned in Plum Isl. River; Fran- 
cis 6 , resides in Winthrop, Me. ; and Putnam 6 . 

Philbrick, Mary E., dau. of Rufus and Mary, 
Haverhill, Jan. 12, aged 8 mos., 21 days. 

Phillips, ch. of Mich'l, Andover, in March. 

Pickup, Ch's H, young s. of J. and A., Lawrence. 

Pike, Wm. C, Newburyport, Feb. 16, aged 82 y'rs 
and 5 months. 

Pohl, Prank, s. of F. and M., Lawrence, aged 3. 

Pollard, Mrs. Olive, Manchester, Feb. 11, aged 97, 
relict of the late Tho's Pollard of Goffstown. 

Poor, Miss Elizabeth T., dau. of Amos and Mary 
P., of W. Newbury, March 27, aged 13. She had 
commenced her education at Bradford Academy; 
and it was hoped by her friends that she was to fill 
a noble and good station in life. " She was cultiva- 
ted in mind, graceful and modest in manners, kind 
in feelings, noble in deeds, and greatly beloved by 
those who knew her." — See Newb. Herald, May 1. 

Porter, Martha, Derry, Feb. 25, aged 53 ; eldest 
dau. of John and Nancy H. Porter. 

Preseott, Polly, wid. of the late Josiah, late of 
Hampton Falls, N. H., died in Newbury port Feb'y 
7, aged 78 years and 4 mos. 

Price, Mrs. Lucy Farrar, w. of Rev. Eben. F., of 
Boscawen, April 7, aged 85. 

Prime, Mrs. Ruth T., w. of Joseph S., Rowley, 
Jan. 16, aged 34. She was dau. of Joseph Thurlow 
of Newburyport. 

Putnam, Helen A., Lawrence, Jan. 2, aged 22 3-4. 

Randall, Levi, aged 51 y'rs, 10 mos., in Lawrence, 
April 7, 1857. 

Ransom, Eliza D., Newburyport, Feb. 18, 1857, 
aged 24. She was the w. of Edw'd P., teacher of 
the South Male Grammar School in that city. 

Raymond, Andrew, Newburyport, Jan. 8, aged 56. 

Read, Robert, Esq., Nashua, March 10, aged 71. 
" Mr. Read was a native of Amherst, [N. H.], and 
well known as a successful merchant and one of the 
most efficient business men." 

Reed, Mercy H., w. of Robert L. Lowell, Jan. 21, 
aged 27. She was dau. of Capt. Nath'l Fox of 
Dracut. 

Richardson, Moses, Lawrence, April 6, aged 55. 

Ricker, Levi, s. of Asa, of West Alton. Returning 
from E. Alton, perished in a field, near his father's 
house, in Feb., 1857. 

Robbins, Mrs. Rebecca E., Andover, Jan. 22, aged 
27. 

Roberts, Miss Adeline, Newburyport, March 18, 
aged 46. 

Rolfe, Mr. Benj., Hill, Jan. 19, aged 84 years. He 
■was the last of a family of six children, one of whom 
died in early youth, and all the others lived beyond 
the age which the Psalmist assigns for the limit of 
manly life. Born in Boscawen before the Revolu- 
tion, when the north part of that town was almost a 
wilderness, he has seen this Republic in all its stages, 
from infancy, to its now glorious manhood ; and 
looked upon his generation till they have passed 
away. In his private and business relations, he had 
an acquaintance more extensive than usually hap- 
pens to so humble a man ; and no one of that ac- 
quaintance, we are confident, will withhold from 
him the proudest of all earthly titles, that of an 
honest man. — Statesman. 

Russell, Sally, w. of Joel, Andover, Feb. 6, set. 74. 

Salter, Mrs. Mary, Newburyport, March 31, aged 
82 3-4. 

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Sanborn, Mrs. Abigail, Pelham, formerly of San- 
bornton, Jan. 18, 1857, aged 90 years, 5 mos. and 
14 days. 

Sanborn, Dolly, wife of Joseph, Concord, Feb. 22, 
formerly of Bedford, aged 62. 

Sargent, Eunice, wid. of the late Josiah Sargent, 
South Amesbury, Feb. 24, aged 74 1-2. 

Sawyer, Quiney C, s. of Joshua F. and Ann B., 
of Manchester, died in Pembroke, aged 13. 

Scanlan, Mary, Lawrence, Jan. 21, aged 76. 

Shaddock, Ch's H., only ch. of Tho's and Phebe, 
Newburyport, Feb. 21, aged 1 3-4. Also, Mary 
E., dau. of T. and P., Feb. 16, aged 3 years and 7 
months. 

Shaw, Elizabeth Ann, drowned at Ballard Vale, | 
April 9, aged 3 years, 1 mo. and 16 days. 

Shepherdson, Willard D., s. of Ja's W. and 
Lucy A., Lawrence, Jan. 23, aged 1 year. 

Shimmin, Wm., Boston, Dec. 15, ]856, aged 79, a 
■well known merchant. " Ho was born in Newbury, 
(Byfield), in 1777, but has resided in Boston about 
60 years ; his w. was dau. of the late John Parker, 
of Boston, an opulent merchant." 

Skinner, Geo. W., s. of Wm. II. and Lucy A., 
aged 6 years and 4 months, was drowned in Law- 
rence April 8. 

Smiley, Mary Ann, w. of Lucien, Haverhill, 
April 28, aged 21. 

Smith, Sarah, Lawrence, April 25, of apoplexy, 
aged 59. 

Spaulding, Wm. C, Dorchester, April 2, formerly 
of Newburyport, aged 41. 

Spencer, Elizabeth A., w. of John W., aged 25 
years and 8 mos., March 24, of consumption, in 
Lawrence. 

Staekpole, Ch's T., s. of John T., and Sarah M., 
Lawrence, March 12, of scarlet fever, aged 4 years 
and 5 mos. 

Standing, Emma J., dau. of Rich'd and Ann, Law- 
rence, March 18, aged 1 year. 

Stanwood, Judith R., dau. of Atkinson, of New- 
buryport, Jan. 1, aged 16. 

Stephenson, Mary Ellen, only dau. of Wm. and 
Mary L., Concord, April 9, aged 4 years and 27 
days. 

Stevens, Ja's, Andover, Me., Jan. 25, formerly of N. 
Andover, aged 80. 

Stoyles, Jane, w. of Richard, aged 65, W. Ames- 
bury, Feb. 11, 1857. 

Stickman, Capt. Henry B., Newburyport, Jan. 11, 
aged 35. 

Sullivan, Mary, w. of Cornelius, Lawrence, April 
3, aged 56. 

Sutcliff, Jane, w. of Philip, Lawrence, April 2, aged 
23. 

Sylvester, Mrs. Lorrana, ParisEville, N. Y., April 
1, aged 67, mother of S. G, Sylvester, of Concord. 

Tallant, Mary, w. of Hugh, Pembroke, Feb. 9, 

aged 75. 
Tappan, Eunice, relict of Capt. A. Tappan, of 

Newburyport, at the residence of her son-in-law, 

Hon. Eben. Bradbury, in Auburndale. 

March 29, 1857. 
Tappan, Miss Hannah, born in W. Newbury, Nov. 

7, 1 790 ; was sister to Rev. Benj. Tappan, D. D. ; d. 

in Augusta, Me., March 26, 1857, in the 67th year 

of her age. 
Tattersall, Elizabeth, dau. of Sam'l, Andover, 

March 3, aged 7. 
Taylor, Joseph, Fisherville, April 22, aged 65, 

formerly of Stratham. 
Teelig, Mary, dau. of Geo., Lawrence, £et. 5 1-4. 



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Tenny, Jolm B., Concord, of lung fever, Feb. 17, 
aged 32 3-4 ; was a printer ; leaves a w. and 1 ch. 

Thompson, CIi's Henry, s. of Capt. Stephen T., 
Haverhill, April 30, aged about 30. 

Thurlow, Agnes, aged 3, on the 6th ; and Nellie, 
aged 1 1-2, on the 4lh of Feb., children of Paul 
and Adeline, of Newburyport. 

Tilton, Alvan H., a member of the Academy in 
Pembroke, April 1G, aged 22. 

Tilton, Myra, -wife of Sam'l, Esq., Sanbornton 
Bridge, aged 63. 

Tilton, Robert, Salisbury, aged 70. 

Tilton, Stephen, Esq., at his residence, in Boston, 
Jan. 12, much respected and lamented. "He was b. 
in Newburyport, Aug. 22, 1790, and was of the old 
Puritan stock of Essex county." (See N. E. His. 
Gen. Register, where a long obit, notice may be 
seen). 

Torry, Mary Elizabeth, w. of Eobert J., New- 
buryport, March 8, aged 27. 

Towl'e, John, Esq., Meredith, Jan. 23, aged 87. 

Twisden, Mrs. Hannah B., E. Boxford, aged 45 1-2. 

Tyler, Orlando, Salem, N. H, Jan. 13, aged nearly 
55 years. He was b. in Rowley, and brother of Jo- 
siah of Groveland (p. 42) ; left a w. Elizabeth, dau. 

of Emerson of the neighborhood where he 

died, and a dau. Maria, b. about 1840 in George- 
town. His first two wives, and all of his other ch. 
d. y. According to Win. Tyler, of Pawtucket, who 
is collecting statistics for a history of the Tylers of 
America, he is a descendant of Job Tyler, who 
came to Andover about 1650. 

Vose, Sam'l, Amherst, N. II., aged 57 ; well known 
as a former stage proprietor. 

"Walsh, Patrick, Lawrence, March 6, aged 47. 

"Wardwell, Christopher A., son of Elbridge G. 
Andover, March 7, aged 14. 

"Watson, Jonathan, Bradford, March 31, aged 62. 

"Webster, James, Salem, N. H, suddenly, Jan. 31, 
aged 74. Mr. Webster was related to most, if not 
all the Websters who have resided in Haverhill and 
vicinity. He m. Anne (who survives her husband), 
the dau. of Daniel, Jr., and Sarah (Noyes) Poor of 
Atkinson (sister to Jesse, p. 35), settled near his 
father's house (where his bro. Warren now lives), 
where most of their 12 ch. were born ; afterwards 
removed to Wheeler Street, on the other side of the 
pond ; the following were his children, besides one 
that died in infancy, viz : Clarissa, b. 1804, whom., 
1st, Aaron Pettengill, that was drowned in the pond, 
leaving a s. Albert ; and 2d, Isaiah Webster, (her 
3d cousin), for his 2d wife, he is deceased, and she 
is with her mother; Daniel, unm., b. 1806; Rol- 
lins, resides in Derry, unm., b. 1808 ; Nancy, m. W. 
S. Hardy (see p. 21) ; Ja's Noyes, who d. unm., 
March 2, 1851, soon after he returned from Cali- 
fornia with his bro. Rollins ; Geo. Hiram, d. unm., 

1850 ; Sarah Jane, born 1817, m. Joseph Brooks, s. 
of Joseph Swan of North Andover, and has 4 
daughters, Sarah J., Mary E., Ann M., and Almira 
F. ; Ephraim, b. 1819, resides, unm., in Methuen ; 
Gilman, b. 1821, m. Eliza, dau. of Jonathan Perley 
(bro. to Nathan, who d. April 22) of Salem, resides 
in S. Danvers, and has a son, Horace Gilman, born 

1851 ; Stephen, b. 1825, at home, unm. ; and Lydia 
M., d. unm. His father was Capt. James Webster, 
b. 1742, who m. Mehitable, dau. of Benj. and Mar- 
tha (Wheeler) Rollins, settled on the north side of 
Captain's pond in Salem, where he died, Sept. 5, 
1824, and had 8 ch., viz : Martha, m. Dea. Dudley 
Bailey ; Rollins, d. without issue ; Benj., drowned, 
aged 12 ; Mary, m. a cousin, Peter Webster ; Han- 



nah, m. John, s. of John Marble (g. ch., No. 13G6 
and 1367, p. 28); Elizabeth, m. Giles Ordway ; 
James, b. Dec. 14, 1782; and Warren, b. 1788, 
who m. Eunice, dau. of Amos Eaton, (a sister to 
David, p. 16). His g. f. was Nathaniel Webster, 
who m. Hannah Mitchell, of Haverhill, r. in Salem, 
N. H, d. 1752, whose ch. were, Joseph ; Nath'l, b. 
1740, who m. his 2d cousin, Mary Webster, and had 
Joseph, settled in W. Haverhill, one mile east of 
Mr. W. (see No. 1067, p. 23); James, b. 1742; 
Hannah, m. Joseph Hastings ; John ; and Andrew. 
His g. g. f. was John, b. 1668, had by his wife Try- 
phena (Lock) 10 ch. ; his g. f. was the last child, b. 
in 1712. His g. g. g. f. was Stephen, a tailor by 
trade, who m., in 1662, Hannah Ayer, settled in 
Haverhill, and had 6 children, and died in 1694 ; 
and Stephen was the son of John and Mary (Shat- 
swell) Webster of Ipswich, who had 8 children ; 
besides, Stephen had 3 other sons, viz : John and 
Israel, lived in Newbury, and Nathan, settled 
in Bradford. Hannah, a daughter of John, Sen., it 
is said, m. Michael Emerson, and their dau. Han- 
nah m. Tho's Dustin, and was the heroine. 

Webster, Lorin A., Concord, suddenly, Jan. 23, 
aged 28. The funeral services took place on Tues- 
day afternoon following, at the Episcopal church, of 
which he was a member. He left good evidence of 
preparation for the summons, which came so sud- 
denly. The whole community has met with a very 
serious loss. Possessed of sterling virtues, he was 
universally respected and confided in for his firm- 
ness, honesty, and skilfulness in his calling ; and 
was esteemed and loved by all whose more intimate 
knowledge of him made them acquainted with the 
kindness of his heart, and his perfect guilelessness 
and sincerity. He leaves a wife, and a large circle 
of friends and relatives to mourn. His father is At- 
kinson Webster, Esq., of Concord, who is s.-of 
Stephen, Jr., and Chloe (Wheeler), s. of Stephen 
and Susanna (Ladd) Webster, a descendant of 
Stephen of Haverhill ; and his mother is Rebecca, 
daughter of the late Col. Benning Smart of Con- 
cord. 

Welch, Abigail, wife of Dea. Ezra Bartlett Welch, 
of W. Haverhill, very suddenly, evening of March 
26, set. 58 years and 5 mos. Even the whole com- 
munity, where she was associated will feel her loss, 
as well as her husband and the church, — and all 
who had but a slight acquaintance, acknowledge the 
hospitable and kind feelings she was wont to mani- 
fest towards them. She was a descendant of Dea. 
Joseph, son of Richard Bailey ; and g. g. daughter 
of Elder Richard, son of Dea. Joseph ; and g. dau. 
of Amos, b. in E. Bradford (see p. 54), among 
whose 10 ch. were Woodbridge her father, who m., 
1st, Sally, and 2d, Abigail, daus. of John Lowell of 
Salem, N. H. ; and of his 7 ch., the 2d, by his 2d 
wife, was Mrs. Welch (sister to Sally, his 2d ch., p. 
35). Two daughters of her g. f. Amos m. in E. 
Bradford, viz: Sarah (see No. 1691, p. 32), and 
Abigail, who married Stephen Parker, Sen., (see 
No. 1697, p. 32). 

"Welch, Mrs. Betsey, Newburyport, 1st Jan., set. 75. 

Wentworth, Mary Ann, wife of Cyrus, of Bos- 
ton, died at the residence of her father, Wm. Lane, 
Esq., Meredith village, N. II., Feb. 1, aged 48 yeai's 
and 4 months. 

"Wheet, Nath'l, M. D., Manchester, Jan. 25, aged 
74. He was a native of Canaan, prepared for his 
profession with Dr. Moore of Andover, N. H, and 
pursued it in Candia, and the city where he died. 

Whitcomb, David, Lawrence, March 27, aged 
56 3-4. 



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PASSING EVENTS.— DEATHS. 



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Whitney, Abigail, Pembroke, March 26, aged 70 ; 
widow of the late Samuel Whitney. 

Whiton, Jas. M., Esq., Holderness, March 21, aged 
47. He was seized with apoplexy, on Saturday, in 
his office at Plymouth, while writing a letter, and 
did not sufficiently recover consciousness to con- 
verse, at all, before his death, which occurred on 
Sunday afternoon. He was a son of Rev. John M. 
Whiton, a pastor of the Presbyterian church in An- 
trim, about 40 years, and died in the summer of 
1856. Mr. Whiton spent many years in Boston, 
and was of the firm of Whiton and March, import- 
ing merchants ; but has of late been connected with 
the B. C. and M. Railroad, and had acquired a de- 
servedly good reputation as a careful and efficient 
business man. His death is a serious loss to the 
road, and a calamity to his family. His wife and 
several children survive him. In early life he be- 
came a member of the visible church. His remains 
were carried to Boston, for interment in Mount Au- 
burn Cemetery ; and the funeral was attended in 
the Old South Chapel, on Thursday. Bev. Dr. 
Blagden spoke impressively on the occasion from 
the Epistle of James, 4: 13-15. 

Whitten, Ch's E., Boston, March 20, aged 23 y'rs, 
8 mos. ; was formerly of Newburyport. 

Willey, Polly, w. of Ch's, Meredith, March 3, 
a^ed 64. 



Wills, Edw'd N., y. s. of G. H., Newburyport. 

Wilson, Mrs. Almira, Nashua, Jan. 23, aged 46. 

Wilson, Joseph, Newburyport, March 25, aged 78; 
a highly respected citizen. Was a subscriber to the 
Newburyport Herald over 50 years. Was a wood 
carver, and in his youth carved Lord Timothy Dex- 
ter's images. 

Withington, Henrietta C, dau. of Ja's and Eliza- 
beth, Lawrence, April 22, aged 1 year and 7 months. 

Wolfendale, James, Lawrence, Jan. 19, aged 25 
years and 10 mos. 

Woodwell, Anna E., dau. of Ch's H., of Somer- 
ville, in Newburyport, April 21, aged 2 1-2. 

Woodwell, David, Mewburyport, Jan. 27, aged 69. 

Woore, Hannah E., Newburyport, Feb. 16, aged 
23, wife of John W. Woore, and dau. of Moses R. 
and Hannah E. Fenemore. 

Wright, Laura H., wife of Hon. Nath'l Lowell, 
Jan. 20,1857. 

Wyman, Sarah E., wife of Geo. H., Chelsea, Jan. 
25, aged 27, formerly of Newburyport, and only 
dau. of Andrew L. and Sarah A. Haskel. 



Yeaton, Joshua, Lawrence, of lung-fever, April 6, 

aged 82 y'rs and 10 mos. 
Young, Edw'd, s. of Lewis and Martha, Lawrence, 

April 29, aged 5 mos. and 16 days. 



UrtrflBperttux 



For the space left, after the foregoing, we cut the following from the American Messenger, entitled : 

Bereavement and Consolation. 

It is not in the parting hour, when those we fondly love 
Have breathed to us their last farewell, and winged their way above ; 
Nor yet, when in the darksome grave we lay them to their rest 
The sharpest pang of sorrow rends the stricken mourner's breast. 

'T is when we seek our lonely home, and meet no more the smilo 
Which could the darkest cloud dispel, and every care beguile ; 
And when we meet around the board, or at the hour of prayer, 
'T is then the heart most feels its loss — the loved ones are not there. 

And thus while days and months steal on, as memory brings to view 
The vision of departed joys, our grief is stirred anew. 
Though faith may own a Father's hand, yet nature will rebel, 
And feel how hard it is to say, " He hath done all things well.'' 

O mournful memories of the past, ye wear our lives away, 
Ye haunt us in our dreams by night, and through each weary day ; 
The home which late, like Eden's bower, in blooming beauty smiled, 
Ye make a barren wilderness, a desert waste and wild. 

But why thus yield to fruitless grief % Are they not happier far, 
The sainted ones for whom we mourn, than we who linger here ? 
Our hearts should glow with grateful love to Him, whose watchful eye 
Saw dangers gathering round their path, and called them to the sky. 

Not long shall we their loss deplore, for soon the hour will come, 
When we, with those so fondly loved, shall slumberMn the tomb; 
Then let the remnant of our days be to His service given, 
Who hid our idols in the grave, lest we should fail of heaven. 

Not willingly the Lord afflicts, nor grieves the sons of men ; 
'T is but to wean our souls from earth, and break the power of sin : 
He saw us wandering from his paths, and sent the chastening rod 
To turn our feet from error's way, and bring us home to God. 

Shall we defeat his wise design, and waste our days in tears, 
Ungrateful for the numerous gifts that heaven in mercy spares 1 
Let faith and hope be cherished still, and brighter days shall dawn, 
And plants of peace shall spring anew from seed in sorrow sown. 
Essex, Conn. a. p. c. 



76 RESEARCHES AND RECORDER OF MERRIMACK VALLEY. [Aril. 



FAMILY HISTORIES AND GENEALOGY. 



The following are the families of which research has been made, and it is desirable that more should be 
done that they may be brought nearer to perfection. If others are commenced we should be pleased to be 
informed in regard to them : — 

Abbot — This family was searched out and published, a few years since, by Rev. Abiel Abbot and Ephraim 
Abbot. 

Adams — Joshua Coffin, Esq., has for some time been engaged on this, as well as many other families. 

Atwood — Charles At wood, Esq., of Boston, many of whose ancestors, with their descendants, have resided in 
East Bradford (now Groveland) and vicinity, is interested in the family. 

Ayer — Mrs. Betsey Ayer, of W. Haverhill, whose husband, Phineas, was a descendant of Samuel 3 , son of 
Peter 2 , and g. s. of John 1 , who came to Haverhill when it was first settled, is collecting the records of 
that line. 

Bagley — Enoch, of Amesbury Mills, is interested in his pedigree. 

Bailey — We should be pleased to learn anything in regard to the different races of this name. 

Balch — In the N. E. Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. IX., Wm. P. Balch, of New York, a de- 
scendant of Rev. Wm. Balch, the first pastor of the church in East Bradford, published an account of his 
line of ancestors. 

Coffin — Joshua Coffin, Esq., has a manuscript genealogy of his family. 

Corliss — Mrs. Betsey Ayer, who is a daughter of John, late of W. Haverhill, where she now resides, and a de- 
scendant of George Corliss, who settled in that place about 1640, has been busy in collecting materials 
for a history of the family. 

Foster — Moses, jr., Esq., of Andover, has given his attention to his family. 

Gile — Luther, s. of David Gile of Plaistow, and a descendant of Samuel, is interested in the Pedigree of his 
family. 

Greenleaf — Jonathan, of Brooklyn, N. Y., has had a genealogy of the Greenleafs published. 

Hale — Ezekiel Hale of Haverhill, has been collecting for his family. 

Haynes — Guy C. Haynes of East Boston, a native of Haverhill, where his ancestors were in the time of the 
Indians, is interested in these things. 

Huntington — Frederick, of Amesbury Mills, is interested. 

Jewett — Dea. Joshua, of Rowley, has a Genealogy of the Jewetts. 

Kelley — G. M. Kelley, of W. Amesbury, has been interested in the Kelley History. 

Ladd — Dea. Nathaniel Ladd, Esq., Postmaster of Groveland, is collecting for a genealogy of his family, the 
first generations of whom were connected with the Indian History of Haverhill. 

Little — Coffin, the Historian of Newbury, has been preparing a genealogy of this family. 

Merrill — Mr. William Merrill of W. Newbury, is in a work on the Merrills. 

Moody — C. C. P. Moody of Boston, has published a small volume on the family. 

Morse — Rev. Abner Morse has published the Morse family, besides others. 

No yes — Rev. James, and his brother Nicholas Noyes, were among the first settlers of Newbury, who is 
engaged in collecting a genealogy of their descendants ? 

Peabody — A genealogy of this family is published in the N. E. His. and Gen. Register, vols. H. and ILL 

Pearson — Mr. William Merrill, of W. Newbury, is earnestly engaged in searching out the history of this 
family. 

Perley — Dea. Haskell Perley, of Georgetown, Mass., has been for some time tracing out the Perleys. 

Poor — John Poor came to Newbury in 1635 ; and soon after his brother Samuel and sister Alice came to the 
same place, where many of their descendants now live, — and a brother Daniel settled in Andover. We 
should be pleased to have all that can be known in regard to these different branches of Poors. 

Reed — Jacob W. Reed, Esq., Postmaster of South Groveland, is busily engaged in collecting for a genealogy 
of the Reed family, whose early ancestors resided in Woburn, and other parts of Middlesex county. 

Rollins — Hon. John R. Rollins, of Lawrence, has been for some time on a genealogy of his family. 

Sargent — Darius Sargent of West Amesbury is industriously gathering for a genealogy of the descendants 
of Wm. Sargent, who came to Amesbury about 1640, and many of them are still in the valley. 

Spofford — Hon. Jeremiah Spofford, M. D., of Groveland, has his genealogy of the Spofibrds published in the 
N. E. Llis. and Gen. Register, vols. YIH and IX., but would like to receive additional information. 

Stickney — Moses M. Stickney, the antiquarian in Salem, has paid attention to the Stick neys. 

Tenney — Jonathan Tenney, late Principal of Pembroke Academy, and now at Boscawen, N. H, has for some 
years past, been engaged in tracing out the different branches of his family for a genealogy. 

Titcomb — Who is doing anything for a history of this family, many generations of which have lived in New- 
bury and vicinity ? 

Tyler — Rev. William Tyler, of Pawtucket, Mass., has made diligent search for materials to have a full gene- 
alogy of the descendants of Job, the first of this name, but wants more. 

Webster — Isaiah Webster, late of West Haverhill, left a manuscript of the work that he did in collecting the 
records of this family before he died. 

Woodman — A list of some of the descendants of Mr. Edward Woodman, who settled at Newbury in 1635 
compiled by Joshua Coffin, was printed for Cyrus Woodman, of Mineral Point, Wisconsin, in 1855. 



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