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ALLbN UUUN I Y MUbLIU LIbHAHY 



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HISTORY 



DESCENDANTS 



JOHN WHITMAIN 






BY 



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G24 TJIE T1KSCEXDANTS OF 

8550. Edward Tju'^u^ull White-, b. Jime 17, ISiS ; d. July 
18, 1S5S. 

8557. Alfhed Ll'di.ow WnrrE'', b. Anp,-. 27, 1S19 : in. April 
7, 1881, Fannie Godwin ; io>idence, N. Y. City ; no issue. 

8558. Ella White", b. Fe]>. 2-1, 1851 ; ni. July 15, 1830, Prof. 
Ehvvn, S''»]i of Joscitli Eei'nando and Martha (Ei-ool:>) AValb.'r, b. 
X. Y. City, March 22,181:0; Professor of Analytical Chemistry, 
School of Mines, Colnndiia College; she d. AsheviUe, X. C, of 
consumption, Jan. 0, 1887; 2 c. . t^rky^t- 

8559. Edith Waller'?, b. April 7. 1SS1. "^ ' ^ fOV/^ 

8560. Anna Trumbull Walk-r'', b. Aug. 3, 188?. 

85H1. Augusta WifriE'', b. Oct. 15, 1852; im married ; resi- 
dence, X. Y. City. 

85G3. Efkdepjck Mofitz White^, b. Jan. 12, 1859 ; residence, 
X. Y. City. 

8563. Mary Eurrill AYnrrE^ b. June S, 1860; m. May 31, 
ISSi, Monti;-omei-y; son of Washington and May Louise (Child) 
GT-ibl)ons, b. J^oclie-ter, X. Y., Oct. 15, 1851; a merchant ; residence, 
Buffalo, X. Y. : address, 060 ]\lain st. ; no issue. 

856-1. 2. .Julia White', b. Sept. 22, 1811 ; m. April 23, 1832, 
Eight Eev. Alfred, ^on of Capt. Benjamin Lee, b. Cambridge, Mass., 
Sept. 0, 1807; d. April 12, 1887; she d. Nov., 1868 : he graduated 
at Harvard University, 1827; entered upon the study of lav,-, was 
adnn'tted to the l-ar, 1830, and settled as a practicing lawyer at Xor- 
■svicii, Ct ; three years later, resolving upon a change of pi'ofcssion, 
he entered tJie Gen. Tlieological Seminary of Xew York, from 
which he graduated, 1837 ; 1838, was ordained as priest and ek'cted 
rector of the Parish of Ivockdalc, Pa. ; Oct. 12, 181:1, he was conse- 
crated at St. Paul's Church, X. Y. City, Bishop of the Diocese of 
Delaware, being the Inst Bishop of Delawai-e, and the thirty-cighrh 
American Bishop in succession from Samuel Seabury ; thougli only 
thirty-four at tlie time of his consecration, he fpiickly made his iu- 
fiiience felt not only in his own diocese but in the councils of tlio 
church ; upon the death of Bishop Smith, Oct. 21-, 188-1, Bish.-p 
Lee became the senior member of the House of Bi.^hops and 
Presiding Bishoi> : at the tin:!e of his deat!> he was not only 
senior l>ishop of his «;iwn braiicli <.)f tlic Anglican comnvDuion, luit 
his consecration is believed to haNC antedated that of any Bishop 
then living- of tlic ^\.ni;lican, Eoman and Greelc Cliurchcb; duiing 



JOHN WIIITMAX OF V.'FA'MOUTII. Gi>5 

his I-'piscopal career of nearly'forty-tix years, lie contribuk.'d nineli 
I.) tlie literature of his eliurcli and the Clu'istiari world; his ])rinci- 
jt:il )>ul'lic'ati<)]!.s were — a ''Life of the A[)Ostle Petei-,'' a '' Life of 
St. -lolni,"' a " Treatise uii l]a})tisia," a "Memoir of Su:-an Allilione," 
-\i,\cv ill the Wiklerne^s," '' Eveutful ^'i-Lts in Lihle History;'' 
(•..inuKniding high esteem as a Greek and Hebrew scliolar, he was 
ilic i)iily re})rese]itative of his cliiireh upon the coimnission to revise 
tlie ?\(,"\v Testament; always a conspicuous leader of the old Evan- 
gelical party, he never attempted to force Ids own Lovr Church 
views nj^on his clergy ; a simple yet eloquent and forcible preacher, 
and highly esteemed for intense piety and extreme modesty; a 
I'esident of Wilmington for forty-six yeni's, he had tlie res])cct and 
veneration of all classes regardless of sect and denomination; S c. 

S565. ].)k. Benjamix Lee^, b. Sept. 26, 1833; m. April 5, 1859, 
Ennna Hale, danghter of Xorman and Mary A. (D(V>:lge) White of 
Xew York, b. Ang. 10, 1S3G ; he graduated at L^niver.-rity of Peim- 
sylvania, 1S52, ISew York' Medical College, 1650, and for a few years 
]tracticed in ^S^. Y. City : 1S61-, he removed to Philadelphia, where 
lie has since resided ; a pliy.-ician of large practice and repntation, 
he has for man}- years been Treasurer of the State Medical Society, 
and is Secretary and Executive Officer of the State Board of Health 
and Yital Statistics of the Commonvrealth of Pennsylvania; 7 c. 

f^oGG. Mary Lee^ b. N. Y. City, April 7, 1SG1. 

SoGT. Julia V/liite Lee^ b. X. Y. City, I^lay 18, 18G2 ; m. Oct. 20, 1885, George 

Andrew Dunning of PJiiladelphia. 

8oGS. Elizabeth Leighton Lee^, b. Jan. i:-i, ISfit. 

NoGf). Anna Barnard Loe% b. April 21 ; d. ]May G, ISGo. 

8570. Leigliton Lee^, b. Oct. 5. 1866. 

8571. Cliarles Trumbull Lee^ b. Jan. 7, 1871. 
^012. Faith Cleveland I.ce-', b. June 5, 187S. 

8573. Leightox Lle^, b. Sept. 20, 1837; d. Feb. 13, 1S53. 

8571. Maey Lee\ b. April 17 ; d. April 20, 1812. 

8575. Clemextixa Smith Lee', b. April 10, 1810 ; m. ilv'ov. 14, 
18t;7, Pev. Charles Ewbank, son of Kt. Rev. Charles Pettit and 
Emily (Coxe) Mcllvaiiie, b. Burlington, N. J., April 1-1, 1839 ; d. 
J'V'b. 22, 1870 ; she resides Wilmington, Del. ; 4 e. 

^575a. Cliarles Bloomfield Mcllvaine% b. Aug. 20, 1868 ; d. March 2, 1870. 

^.'■)75b. Julia Lee :^lcIlvaine^ b. Dec. 20, 1872. 

'>''75c. Emily Heatbcote Mcllvaine-', b. Feb. 24, 1875. 

85r5d. Charles Lee McIlvaino^ b. Sept. 35, 1870. 

8570. Elizabeth Leigutox^ Lee^ \ d. Nov. 12, 1850. 

i b. April S, 18-19 ; ' 
8577. Julia Trumbull Lee', ) d. Kov., 1870. 

40 



620 THE PESCKNU.VNTS OF 

S578. Alfred Lee'^, 1). Marcli 25,1852; a Lnvyer in riiiladel- 
pliia ; unmarried. 

8570. Edmuxd Lee\ b. Marcli 1), 1855 ; d. Dec. 0, 1857. 



8580. 8. Charles WnrrE^^- Sept. 21, 1813; d. Sept., islS: ] 
unmarried. | 

8581. 4. Sarah Trumbull WmxE', b. Xov. 21, 1815 ; d. July | 
22, ISIO. ' I 



8582. III. Juliana Trumbull", b. 178G; m. Hon. AVil- j 

liani, son of Dudley Woodbridge, b. Norwicli, Ct., IVSO; j 

d. Oct. 20, 18G1; he eiitcved Yale Colleo-e intendino' to 1 

study law, but for a tliue abandoned his purpose ; he served \ 
among' the nn'nute men of his State, and at the close of 

the troubles of the times went west, and was among tlie | 

early settlers of Marietta, 0. ; he again took np the study j 
of Vdw, and in 1806 was admitted to the bar of Connecticut, 

returning soon after to Ohio ; he took a very active pai't ] 

in the development of that Territory, and was appointed I 

Secretary of tlie Tei-ritory of Michigan ^\'lien that Territory I 

was taken from Oliio ; he tlien removed to Detroit, making i 
that city his home ; he was elected Governor of ]\[ichigan 

in 1839, and in 1841 was chosen U. S. Senator ; she d. Feb. i 



19, 1860; 6 c. | 

8583. 1. JuLUiXA Trumbull WooDBPJDGE', 1). Sept. 12, 1815; 
m. Dee. 1, 1835, Henry T., son of James Baekns of Xorwicli, Ct. : 

a lawyer ; resided for many years in Detroit ; was later appointed | 

associate Judge of Arizona, and d. in tliat Territory, July 13, 1877 ; 
she d. Sept. 13, 18S2 ; 1 c. 

8584. AVilllvm YrooDBRiuGE Backus', b. Sept. 22, 183G ; m. j 
Feb. 1, 1836, Ann Fox; he d. without issue, July 17, 1880. i 

8585. JuLL-v M.wnx Backus^ b. Oct. 17, 1843; d. July 30, 
1845. 

8580. James IIexry IbvcKUS^, b. Jan. 25, 1851 ; m. July, 1S77. 
Bertha Luff; resides in Detroit; 2 c, one only now living. 

8587. Leverett Dudley Backus^ b. Sept. 29, 1853; d. Jan. 
30, 1856. 



JOIIX WHIT.MAX OF WEYMOUTH. . G27 

S5S8. 2. William Llvekett Woodbridge', b. 1817; m. 1. 
18-18, Miiry ^L HurJ; slit- d. ISO*!; m. 2. ; 5 c. 

8589. John T. WooDi.iiiDGE', b. Juno 5, 1849; in. ; 1 c. 

SrtSOa. Alice Wooclbridge^ 

8590. BuRZiNA IIuKD Woodbeidge'^, b. Jiilj 17, 1850; m. 
David Hay; residence, Arkance, Canada; G c, names unknown. 

8591. Elizabeth Woodbkidge', b. ]\Iarcli 29; d. Sept. 12, 
1S52. , • 

S592. ^[ary IIurd Woodbhipge", b. April G, 1854; d. yonng. 

8593. James Withekell Woodbkidge\ b. Jan., 185G ; d, Dec. 
11, 1858. 



8504. 3. JoHX "WooDBRiDGE', b. May 2 ; d. Sept. 1, 1820. 

S595. 4. Lucy Maria Woodbkidge", b. July 22, 1822; m. 1. 
March 81, 1845, John S. Abbott, b. July 22, 1814; d. Sejit. 2G, 
1S52; a lawyer in Detroit ; m. 2. Aug. 20, 1858, William Hender- 
son ; a merchant in Detroit ; she d. April 6, 1860 ; 4 c. 

859G. Juliana Trumbull Abbott', b. Feb. 7, 1846 ; immarried. 

8597. William Woodbridge Abbott', b. Feb. 17, 1848 ; m. 
Jnly 22, 1875, Harriett E. Abbott ; a druggist ; residence, Detroit, 
where ho d. May 15, 1SS7; 7 c. 

So93. Lucy Maria Woodbriage Abbotts b. Nov. 6. 1S76. 

8o9Sa. John Dudley Woodbridge Abbott\ b. April 20, 18T8. 

BoOsb. Heniy WillLiui Leveret! Abbott', b. July 17, 1879. 

SoOSc. Charles Thomas Alexander Abbott-\ b. May 31; d. Nov. 15, 1881. 

Sr/.iSa. Juliana Trumlmll f^lizabeth Abbott^ b. Sept. 25, 1882. 

8o98e. Richard Alfred Stevens Abbort'', b. April 15, 1884. 

S.->98f. Grace Henrietta Sarah Abbott^ b. March 2, 1886. 

S599. Henrietta Lucy Abbott'', b. Dec. 4, 1850 ; m. Aug. 4, 
1870, John J. Mclveown; slie d. Feb. 20, 1872 ; no issue. 

SGoO. Sarah Hubbard Henderson^, b. Oct. 2, 1869 ; m. June 
IG, 1880, Edward M. Burrell; residence, 84 Clinton ave., Brooklyn, 
X. Y. 



SGOl. 5. Henrietta Sarah WoodbPvIDGe^, b. Jan. 25, 1824 ; 
d. :\[arch 28, 1829. 

• 8Gn2. G. Dudley Backus Woodbridge^, b. Feb. 19, 1S2G ; rn. 
^ ^ct. 28, 1861, Martha Jane Lee ; a farmer ; residence, near Deti'oit ; 
4 c. 



628 TIIK DESCKNDAXTrf OF i 

I 

8603. Mary Lek Wooi^bridge^ b. Sept. 7, 1802; d. Awj;. 14-, | 

1874. "^ ' I 

8G04. Maktlia Kitciiell WoodbkidCtE', b. June 3, lS6-i. | 

8005. Julia S:»iit]t Woodbridge". | 

8608. Eva Gary WooDBla^)GE^ b. 1870. I 



SCOT. IV. Leyerett Hubbard Trumbuli/, b. 1778; 
graduated from Yale Colleg-e, 1S06*; d. May 7, 1807. 



8608. Lucy Trumbull^ (400), Saralr, SamiieP, Zecha- I 
rialr, JoLn\ b. Dec. 26, 1758; m. Jan. 8, 1787, Eev. i 
Timotliy Langdon ; lie was settled at Danbury, Ct. ; she | 

d. March 17, 1794, aged 35; be m. 2. Ii;iizal)eth ; | 

be d. prior to Feb. 20, 1801, as bis will was offered for I 

probate on tbat date ; bis wido^v in. l^euajali Starr of Dan- I 

bury; 4 c, all b. Danbmy. L Timotby^ 11. Jobif^; III. I 

Lncy-; IV. Betsey'^ ^ | 

8609. I. Timothy LAXGDONf^, b. May 19, 1783; gradu- | 
ated from Yale College, 1806; d. unmarried, W. Hartfoi-d, j 
Ct, Marcb 19, 1811. • | 

8609a. II. Key. John LANGDOx^,b. Feb. 12, 1790; m. 1. I 

March 5, 1817, Elizabeth, daughter of James and Elizabeth | 

(ColHns) Pierpont of Litchfield, South Farms, Ct., b. May | 

28, 1792 ; she d. Sept. 21, 1823 ; m. 2. Dec. 9, 1824, Abby, 1 

sister of his first wife, b. Oct. 13, 1797; d. about 1860; I* 

graduated at Yale College, 1809; was tutor from 1811- I 

15 ; ordained pastor of the Congregational Church at Beth- | 

lehem, Ct. ; was dismissed, 1825 ; he d. Feb. 28, 1830 ; 7 c, I 

all 1). Bethlehem, Ct. I 

8610. 1. Dr. Timothy Laxgpox', !>. March 14, 1S18; m. Dec. | 

21, 1841, Mary Ann, daughter of Ilnrlcy and Susan (Iiall) Morse: | 

graduated froiii the Medical School, Yale College, 1841; engaged I 

in practice at Nangatuch, Ct., till 1867, when ho removed to New | 

Haven, and d. there, July 29, 1874; she is now residing at 502 Elm | 

St., Xew Haven, Ct. ; 3 c, I 



JOHN WIllTNLVX OF WEYMOUTH. G29 

sen. Cakoltnk EltzaFjETU Laxgdon^ b. Feb. 14, IS-il; m. 
May 14, 1803, William Isi. Meyers of Xuw Jlninswick, X. J.; resi- 
lience, RicliinoH'J. Va. ; udflre?s, care li. B. Cliatiiu c^ Co. ; 9 c. 
b01"3. William Lanjrdon Meyfiri', b. April 19, ISBo. 
8G13. Royal Meyers-', b. June 2o, ISGT. 

8t)U. Robert Livingston r^Loyors', b. Jan. 30. 18G0 ; d. Feb. 3. 18S5. 
SG15. Edwards Pierpont Meyers% b. March 18. 1871 ; d. Jan. 2i, ls73. 
8G1G. Arthur Vernon Meyers^ b. Aug. 29, 1872. 
8G17. Herbert Stanley 3Ieyers^ b. 31ay 3, 1874. 
8G18. Julia Catharine Meyers^ b. Oct. 20, 187'). 
SGI9. Minnie Virginia Meyer3^ b. Nov. 19, 18SU. 
8G19a. Mary Adelaide Meyers^, b. April 27, l88o. 

8020. Ji'LiA PiERPOXT Langdox^ b. April 27, 1S19 : d. Aug. 
21, 1874. 

8620a. William IIakley Laxgdox', b. xVpril 14, 1S51 ; d. Oct. 
20, 1S50. 

8021. 2. Elizabeth Laxgdox", b. Dec. 22, 1820 ; d. JiDie 13, 
1 848. 

8622. 3. JoHX PiEP.roxT Laxgdox", b. Sept. 9, 1822; m. Jan. 
0, 1852, Isabella, daiigliter of lliiLdi and Jane (Yonn;;-) Thompson, 
b. Sept. 19, 1832 ; d. Dec. 4, 1802 ; he enlisted at Carlisle Barracks 
in the spring of 1846, under the command of J. M. Washington, 
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel U. S. A., serving till the close of the 
]\texican war with distinction : when Col. Washington was ap])ointed 
Governor of Saltillo, John Langdon was made his confidential ck-rk ; 
from 1851-57 he was Superintendent of the Western Bennsylvanian 
Hospital at Pittsburgh, .resigning on account of the ill-health of his 
wife; entered the army again in 1862; June 30, 1803, was commis- 
sioned Commissaiy of Sul)si?.tence of Yolunteers, with rank of Ca}.")- 
tain ; March 13, 1865, was brevetted Major for meritorious services ; 
was honorably discharged, July, 1S60 ; remained at Pittsburgh till 
March, 1869, at which time he left his liome to attend to some busi- 
ness matters down the Ohio, and has never been heard from ; 4 c. 

S622a. William Pierpoxt Laxgdox^, b. Xov. 5, 1854 ; d. 
July 19, 1856. 

8622b. Elizabeth Jane Langdox^, b. Aug. 19, 1356 ; m. Sept. 
14, 1870, AYiUiam Francis Farley, b. Aug. 7^ 1850; d. June 18, 
1885; residence, 129 3Sih st., Pittsburgh; 2 c. 
8<"'22c. Carrie Pruella Farley \ b. July 2G. 1877. 
8G22d. William Pierpont Farley^ b. Sept. 11, 1879. 

8622e. Piekpoxt Tpumbull Laxgdox^^, b. JSTov. 19, 1857: 
'"• ; residence, Ashton, la. 



630 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

S022f. Oaerie Martha Langdon', h. Oct. 15, ISOO ; la. ^hrch 
12, 1S7S, AVilliam .1. .Turrlan, b. isov. 20, 1857 ; a lawyer; residence, 
Pciiii avc., Fitt.sbiiri;li ; 2 e. 

SG':32g. Maria Elizabeth Jordan-', b. Feb. 1,-) : d. T'eb. 27, 1S79. 
8G221i. Elizal)L't!i Langdon Jordan", b. Jan. 1, bSSO. 



8629. 5. David Langdon', b. Sept. 1-1, 1825 ; m. 1. Sept. 17, 
1866, Lydia InI. Orvis of ^^[alone, X. Y. ; she d. March 20, 1S69 ; 
ro. 2. Oct. 17, 1869, Georgiaiuia Baker of W. Baiig-or, X. Y. ; in 
181-7 he weiit to Illinois and entered tlie land where he has since 
resided; for the past twelve years has been engaged in dai)y farm- 
ing; residence, near Atlanta, 111.; 3 c. 

8630. John Collins Langdon*, b. July 8, 1867. 

8631. Ida Maelv Langdon^ b. March 5, 1860. 

8632. Edwin Bakek Langdon'^, b. May 26, 1872. 

8633. 6. Geoege Langdon^, b. Feb. 3, 1828; d. Oct. 23, 1831. 

8631. 7. Sarah Langdon^ b. March 23, 1830; d. May, 1880; 
iHi married. 



8636. ]. Lucy Ann Podge', b. Oct. IG, 1812 : m. Jan. 28, 1834, 
George Bcnsk ; a farniei- uf Xew ]^larlbo)'o ; she d. ^^'^oreestel■, ]Mass., 
May 11, 1877 ; 3 c. 



8623. 1. James Bieri'Ont LAN(rDON', b. Aug. 21, 1823; in. | 

July 2, 1852, Eliza E. Foot; residence, New Brunswiclc, ]>[. J.; | 

5 c.' I 

8621. Elizabeth Estelle Langdon', b. June 1, 18.51; d. Jan. | 

30, 1873. i 

% 

8625. James Fierpont Langdon^ b. Sept. 30, 1856; d. April ^ 

30, l>iS'd. I 

8626. Eliza Langdon^, b. July 6, 1861 ; d. Jan. 30, 1861. | 

8627. SA:.ruEL Fotter Langdon*", b. May 17, 1865. | 

8628. Sarah Trumrcll Langdon", b. Dec. 2, 1867. | 



8635. III. Lucy Langdox'^', b. Jan. 25, 1792; hi. (pub. j 

Jan. 18, 1812) John, Jr., son of John and AJngail Dodge | 

of New Marlboro, Mass., b. April 0, 178G; d. April y, I 

1862 ; j-esidence, Xev .Marlboro ; she d. April 5, 1 845 ; 8 c. 1 



JOirX W]IIT-MAX OF WEYMOl-Tir. 031 

8037. Finances C. ]3kusk'', b. Xe\v Marlboro, Mass., June 1, 
18-35; m. Oct. 2.5, 1801-. AVflliam Fredorick llawlcius, b. St. Joliii, 
N. II, Oct. 5, 1831; d. X. Y. City, April 0, 18S4; a iriercluint in 
tliat citv ; ?1ig resides at Xo. 1515 Broadway, X Y. City. 

8038. Mary Etjzabetit ^>EL^SK^ 1). May 27, IS 12 ; m. Oct. 9, 
1802, Edward Julius Kisiuir, b. April 22, 1810; slio d. April 4, 
1S74 ; 4 c. 

6G39. Mary Louisa Risiug^ b. 31aT S, 1806 ; d. Oct. 2S, 18GT. 

8G10. Julius Beach Rising^ b. jSlaj 11. 1867, 

8641. Franklin Edward Rising", b. April IC, 1871. 

8642. Frederick Hawkins Rising'', b. Aug. 30 ; d. Dec. 20, 1872. 

8043. Lauea >Vealthy ]3EU5K■^ b. June 25,1848; ni. July 29, 
1875, Edward Julius Risin^i;', licr brotlier-iii-law ; residence, ^Mobeetie, 
Texas ; a merchant ; 4 c. 

8644. Harry George Rising\ b. Sept. 20. 1876. 
8045. Charles Bosworth Rising-', b. June 1, 187S. 

8646. Ruth Harding Riiing'-', b. May 6, 1881. 

8647. Grace Dodge Rising'-', b. Jan. 8. 1883. 



S04S. 2. John Laxgdox Dodge', b. Oct. 7, 1814; m. A prill 7, 
1839, Laura, daughter of Richard Ste\-cjis of Xew^ Marlboro, b. 
July 21, 1815 ; d. Aug. 8t), 1870; he remained at home till he was 
of age, when he went soutln and afterwards west, engaged in busi- 
ness pursuits; in 1838 he settled in Chillicothe, O., remaining there 
till 1844 ; in 1852 he removed to Great. Barrington ; 1854, he was 
elected president of the Mahaive Bank, a position he still retains ; 
also treasurer of the Peters vfc Calhoun Co., of Xewark, X. J. ; 3 c. 

8649. IIexry Laxgdox Dodge^ b. Greenfield, 0., May 3, 
1841; d. Gj-eat Barringto]i, Aug. 25, 18GG ; unmarried. 

8050. Lucy Laxgdox Dodge"^, b. Sheflield, Mass., Dee. 2, 1850 ; 
m. Xov. 15, 1876, George Willis, son of George and Sarah ^L Peters, 
b. Dee. 14, 1850 ; residence. Xewark, X. J., Xo. 17 Central a^ e. ; 
is president of the Peter,-, c: Calhoun Co., manufacturers of saddlery 
and harness ; 4 c, three b. Xesvark, X. J. 

86-)l. Sarah Dodge Peters^ b. Dec. 31, 1877. 

86.'}2. John Dodge Peters", b. ^"ov. 19, 1879. 

86.-J3. George Willis i^-ters, Jr.-', b. Oct. 7, 1881. 

^004. Aline Peters-', b. Great Ikuringtmi, Aug. 22, 1883. 

8055, Joiix" Stevexs Dodge-, b. Feb. 27, 1853; unmarried; 
residence, Xewark ; is secretary and assistant treasurer of Peters 
<fc Calhoun Co. 



632 THE DE.SCENDAXTS OF 

8G56. 3. Elizabkt]! Dodge', b. Ajrnl 2-1, 1817; m. April 24 
1844, AVilliain, son of Joel and Polly (Butler) Briglian), h. Sept. 24, 
1812; d. Dee. 21, 1803; a fanner; residence, Xew .Marll.ioro ; she 
d. June 4, 1850 ; 1 c. 

8657. Ellex E. I^.jaGiiAM", 1». ^larch 10, 1848; ni. Eeb. 27, 187S, 
Louis AI., son of Sanmul and Ursula (Day) "W^illiams, b. Canaan, 
X. H., Sept, 17, 1851 ; residence, Stailoi'd, Ks., where he is en- 
gaged in business; 4 e., b. Putnam, Ct. 

8658. Rolx-rt Longfellov.- AVilliauis'', } 

8G59. Elizabeth Lan-don Wiiliams", \ ^- ^^^-- -' ^^''^• 

8650. Henry Trumbull ^Viliiams^ h. Sept. 8, 1880. 

BGCOa. Ursula Louise Williaius-', b. Dec. 30, isSG. 



8661. 4. Wareex Trumbull Dodge^, b. March 20, 1820 ; he 
was of a roving disposition and iinally joined the U. S. Xavy ; his 
health failing he was sent home, and tlie day after his arrival in 
Philadelphia was drowned l)y the upsetting of a sail-boat ; uninar- 
ried. 

8662. 5. KoRMAN Dodge^, b. Jan. 8, 1822; m. 1. Aug. 12, 1847, 
Zanesville, O., .Mary E., daughter of Calaway and Sarah B. (Hall) 
Tull, b. Zanesville, June 2, 1S20; in 1843 he went to Ohio, engaged 
in the clock trade, remaining in that State and in Indiana till 1854, 
with but a short residence in ilassachusetts about 1840; 1854, re- 
moved to Oslcaloosa, Lx, where he has since resided; is en^aoed in 
the boot and shoe trade, wholesale and retail ; 4 c. 

8663. Joiix C. Dodge^ b. New Marlboro, Mass., Sept. 22, 1849 ; 
d. Knoxville, la,, April 11, 1859. 

8664. Lucy Laxgdon Dopge^', b. New Mai-lboro, Aug. 13, 1851 ; 
m. Dee. 24, 1872, Israel M. Ciibbs, b. Blandford, Mass!, xVpril 13, 
1845; a banker; residence, Oskaloosa ; no issue. 

8065. Eva Langdox Dodge'', b. Zanesville, O., July 21, 1854 ; 
unmarried ; at home. 

8666. Ellen Douge'\ b. Oskaloosa, Dec. 8, 1856 ; d. Feb. 1 
1857. 



8667. 6. Charlotte j:)odge', b. Sept. 20, 1824; m. Oct. 28, 
1846, Kasson M. Freeman, b. July 1, 1823 ; d. Nov. 9, 1863 ; she d. 
May 5, 1852 ; 3 c. 

8068. John Langdon Freeman^, b. Oct., 1847; d. Sept. 9, 
1850. 



JOHX wjiiTMAX OF wp"^y:\[ouTn. 033 

SCfVJ. Lucr I-l. Feeeman', b. Aug:. 1, 1S50; d. April J 2, 1S72; 
unmarried. 

SOTO. Joiix II. FREEMAX^ b. Marclt -I, 1S52 ; d. June 30, 
iSOS. 



8071. 7. Geokge Ros.^ Dodge', b. June 1, 1S20 : ni. r>ct. 1-J-, 
1S03, E1izabor.li, danu'hter of lleiiry G. and r)ctsey ^I. (Wliuelcr) 
Brighani, b. Xcw Marlboro, Sept. 1-i, IS-il. ; has been engaged in 
various business pursuits; lias resided for the past fourteen years in 
Great Barrington ; 2 c. 
S672. Hexry George Dodge^, b. Dee. 1, 1805, 
8073. Clara Laxgdox DoDGE^ b. March 27, 1S70. 



807-1. 8. Marttia Dodge-, b. Oct. 20,1829; m. Dec. 3, 1852, 
James, son of James and M;irj (Hyde) Andrews of Xew Marllioro, 
Mass. ; residence, Lincoln, 111. ; has a uui-sery at Springfield, Mo. ; 
4 c. 

8075. Cora Martha Axdreats^'', b. June 30, 1850 ; unmarried; 
an artist ; resides at home. 

8070. IxEZ Laxgdox Axdrews-, b. Feb. 10, 1800; unmarried; 
an artist ; residence, St. Louis, ^Mo. 

8077. Mary Lucy Axdrews-', b. Jan. 2i, 1802; d. Aug. 30, 
180L 

8078. Clarexce Hyde Axdrews^, b. March 30, 1809. 



8679. JV. Betsey Langdon'', b. Dec. 9, 1793; d. im- 
married, prior to 1825. 



8680. Hannah'^ (497), Jacob^ Joliir, Zecbarialr, Jo]in\ 
b. ProvidcDce, Oct. 10, 1751; m. May 6, 1770, Samuel, 
son of Samuel and Sarali Danielson, b. Killingd}', Ct, 
1740; d. June 13, 1817; this is the family- that founded 
tlie manufacturing- town of Daniolsonville, a borough in 
the town of Killing'l y, and in that town they resided most 
of their lives ; she d. Oct. 3, 1781, aged 30 ; 4 c. I. Eliza- 
beth'-, 11. Sanuiel"; III. :\Iartlia'' ; IV. Susanna''. 

8681. I. Elizabetji Danielson'', b. May 7, 1771 ; m. 
July 19, 1801, John, son of Silas and Sarali (CraAvford) 



G34- THE desckxj)A>;ts of 

Cook, b. April 2;;, ITi;!) ; d. Jan. 10, 1818 ; she d. Dec. 27, 
1818; 4 c. 

8682. ]. ELIZABETH CjiAWFOKi) CooK', h. May 12, lSo2 ; d. 
Fel). It), ls>;4 ; unuuirriod ; tlie folbjwin^' obituary appeared in the 
Providoice Jo^i.rnal : 

"Miss Eliicabetli Crawford Cook died in Puwtiickct, Saturday 
(Feb. IG, 188-1), in the 82d year of her age; another aged pilgrim | 

has gone lionie ; Miss Cook ^ya5 born in Providence, May 12, 18' '2 ; 
arrived at the good cild age of more than fourscore years, she has 
passed c>n to the better land like a shock of corn fully ripe; none 
]^'ne^y her liut to love her, and it can truly Ije said of her, that dur- 
ing her long life of active usefulness she followed closely in the foot- 
steps of Him who went about doing good ; her life has been one of 
loving, self-denying interest f(jr others, and she has. we doubt lua, 
entered into rest and heai'd the Master's voice — ' Well done, good 
and faithful servant ; enter into the joy of thy Lord ;' precious in 
the sight of the Lord is the death, of His saints;" she was buried 
at Danielsonville, Feb. 20, ISSl. 

8683. 2. Saeah Cook', b. Xov. 1, 1806; m. Is^ov. 25, 1832, 
George 13., son of Jose})h and Elizabeth (Phoades) Pawson, b. Aug. 
5, 1805; a fui'niture manufacturei'; residence. Providence; she d. 
Sept. 5, 1876; 7 c, all b. Providence. 

868L Sarah Feaxces pAWS0^-^ ]>. Feb. 9, 1831: m. Marcli 
7, 1855, Francis D wight, son of James and Elvila Morse, b. South- 
bridge, May 23, 1830; a book- binder ; head of the firm of F. D. 
Morse t.'v: Son; I'esidence, Pawtucket; 3 c. 

8685. Walter Francis Morse'', b. -May 28, ISoG ; d. Aug. o, 1878. 

SGSG. Frederick Augustus Morse', b. March 20, 1859 ; unmarried ; iu business 

with liis father. 
8687. Elizabeth Cook :\Iorse\ b. Jan. 18, 1863. 

8688. Joiix Cook Paavson-, b. Dec. 5, 1835 ; d. April 9, 
1837. 

8689. Joiix Cook Pawsox'^ b. Sept. 30, 1837: m. 1. Provi- 
dence, xsoy. 25, 1863, Josephine A., daughter of "William IL. and 
Lucinda Price, b. Aug. 1, 1S4-J: ; d. Dec. IS, 1867; m. 2. Putnam, 
Ct., Dec. 30, 1869, Hannah Amelia, daughter of Alfred Lyon, b. 
Oct. 26, 1850; d. July 30, 1873; m. 3. Medford, Mass., May 28, 
1875, ]\Irs. Carrie Ellen Day, daughter of John Earl and Xancy B. 
Preston, and widow of Geoi-ge F. Day. b. Wayne, Me., April 8, 
1852 ; a printer ; re.-idence, E. Boston, Mass. ; 4 c. 



JOIIX "W'lilTMAX OF WF.^'MOUT]!. G35 

sCitlO. John Ellery Kawsoii', b. Aug-, ^l ; d. Sept. 1, 1SG4. 

biKU. Junuie Pleader Ra\v:-Mi'. b. May 2, IsG!'.. 

b(>'.'"^. John Benjamin Francis }xawson'', b. Bosicju, Oct. 10, 1S7S (an adopted 

cliild). 
SO;!:'.. :\rattie Theola Kaw^on'. b. ^laivli 31, ISSl 

SOOl. Anna AVIIIT^LV^" Uawsox^, b. Feb. 8, IblO ; umnarried. 

S095. Susan P^ijzabkth Eawsox', b. April 11, 1812; m. Oct. 
22. ISGS, Andrew II. ?k[or.ie; a farmer: residence, Soiitlibridge, 
Ma?s. ; she d. Jan. 2(1 1^72; 1 c. 
SGltO. Clara Whitford 3Iorsi ', b. July 29, 1SG9. 

SG97. Martha JotEPHixp: Eawsox-, b, Sept. 2o, IS-il:; un- 
married. 

S69S. Frank Edward Kawson*. b. Ai)ril 23, 181:7; unmar- 
ried: a book-binder; residence, 20 Oak st., Providence. 



8699. 3. Hannah Whitman Cook-, b. Feb. 27, 1809; d. un- 
married, Aug. 26, 1S77. 

S700. 1. Susan Cook-, b. Aug. 28, 1811; m. Marcli 17, 1835. 
Otis Mason, b. Dec. 10. 1809; d. Aug. 21, 1873; a farmer ; resi- 
dence, Southbridge. where she d. July 26. 1885 ; -1 c. 

8701. John Otis :*[a^on% b. ^^farch 3«;i, 1838; d. April 19, 
1839. 

8702. Elizaleth AIason', b. April 17 ; d. April 19, 1841. 

8703. William Otis Mason^ b. Jidy 9, 1814; m. Sept. 3, 1867, 
Catherine E. Bavlics, b. March 16, 1818; a farmer; residence, 
Soutlibridge ; 2 c. 

8704. Harry S. Mason'S b. March 14, ISG9. 
S705. Arthur O. Mason-', b. July 2o, 1679. 

8706. Mary Elizabeth Mason^, b. Sept. 15, 1853 ; m. Xov. 
15, 1876, Simeon L. IJlood ; a farmer; residence, Charlton, Mass., 
wliere she d. Feb. 17, 1877. 



8707. II. Samuel Daxielson'', b. Dec. 30, 1772; m. 
Sarah, dangliter of Adam and Sarah (RobinsoH) Beg, b. 
June lo, 1773; d. Sept. 9, 1852, aged 79; residence, Kil- 
Hugly, Ct., where lie d. July 24, 1845, aged 73 ; 4 c. 



8708. 1. I)ea. Adam 1>eg Danielson', b. Xov. 1.0, 1796; m. 
^;in. 1, 1828, Melancy Williams, daughter of Seth and Hann.ali 



030 TiiE hkscendants of | 

(Williams) Roljiiison of liayiiliani, ]\[ass. ; rosidtnice, Daiiielsouvillc ; | 

slic d. Dec, 1*^09; he d. April M. iS72 ; 7 c. ; tliis obitiuuy was | 

taken from an extended notice of his life published in the Tru n- | 

script of that date : 'i? 

"He was bron^ht up on liis father's farm, receivinir the elements 1 

^' . . . ■''- 

of an English edneatiun ; he M'as remarkable for his stronu', fervent I 

piety, and Xov. 27, 182S, at the early age of 32, was chosen a dea- | 

con of the church, an othee he held and niagnilied until his death ; | 

his departure from the wrirld was in accoi'dan.cc with his calm and '^ 

tranquil sj)irit and his beautiful career; it took place Sunday, A]n-il | 

14, LS72 ; he rose in usual liealth, he opened his well-worn Bible \ 

and he read as if directed by tlie Spirit of the Lord : ' How amial>le | 

are thy tabernacles, O Lord of Hosts; my soul lonireth, vea, even ■| 

fainteth for the courts of the Lord ; mv heart and mv llesh crieth 1 

out for the living God ;' he engaged in family prayers and then be- I 

gan to prepare for church, hut the angel touched him and instead ) 

of entering yonder portal, lie | 

'Passed thvougli glory's morniug gate ' | 

And walked iu Paradise.'"' 

8709. Mary Daxielsox^ h. Xov. 5, 1828; d. Oct. 20, 1853. 

8710. Samuel Daxielsox', b. March 31, 1831; d. Sept. 22, 
1830. 

8711. Sarah Daxielson', b. June 28, 1833; d. Sept. 12, 
1830. 

8712. Albert DanielsoxS b. Oct. 17,183.5; m. Nov. 12, 1803, 
Emma Jane, daughter of Dea. Warren and Mary (Reed) Stearns, b. 
Dec. 9, 1812 ; residence, Danielsonville ; c. 

8713. Everett Stearns Daiiiekon'. b. July 31, 1866; d. Nov. 14, 1884. 

8714. Willard Stanford Dauielson'. b. Xov. 15, 1868. 
871o. Caroline Frances Danielson', b. May 17, 1871. 

8716. Bradford Williams Danielson", b. June 27, 1873. 

8717. Sarah p:ilen Danielson", b. May 4 ; d. Dee. 24, 1880. 

8718. James Albert Danielson", b. April 10, 1882. 

8719. Samuel Douglass Danielsox'^, b. Feb. 20, 1838 ; m. 1 
May 1, 1807, Sarah Ellen, daughter of Abel and Aksala (Hill) Ken- 
nedy of PLainfield, b. ; d ; m. 2. Oct. 10, 1887, ^Mrs. 
Amelia (Young) Alexander, daughter of Francis Young of Daniel- 
sonville, and widow of Luther Alexander of Killiiigly ; residence, 
Danielsonville ; 2 c. 

8720. Mary Louise Danielson', b. Marcli 7, 1868. 

8721. Harriet Kennedy Da ielsou', b. June 15, 1873; d. July 31, 1874. 



JOHN AVHIT.MAX OF WEYMOUTH. 63 < 

S722. Simeon Daxielsox'^. b. Xov. 15, isjo; m. Lansing, 
]\lic'li., Mni'cJi 15, ISSo, May Cliristino Harris; '2 c. 

8T22a. Ada Amelia Danielson'', b. Sei>t. 5, 18S4. 
S7",'"2b. Florence Harris Uanielson', b. June 3, 1S>^G. 

87:23. FiiAXCES Wiiit:more Daxielsox"", b. Aug. ol, IS-i-i ; d. 
July 1,1853. 



8724. 2. Jacob Whitmax Daxielsox'', b. :\[a_v 9, 1700; ni. 
Scj^t. IS, 1827, Liu-y ^Nfai'ia, danuLter of Al)el and Lncy (Cady) 
Prince, b. ]\[arc]i 13, 1806; d. April 10, 181:7; residence, Danieb 
sonville, and d. there, Nov. 15, 1856 ; 5 c. 

8725. George Whitman Daxielsox^ b. April 26, 1829; ra. 
Jan. 25, 1S81, I^ose, dangliter of Dr. 1^'ennei' llari'is arjd Catliarine 
Davis (Torrey) Pecklnui. b. Killiugly, Oct. 28, 1812 ; he d. March 
25, 1881:; 2 e. ; the following are taken from the Providence •/<> u;'- 

'' Geokge "Whitman Danielson. — Geori.'"o "Whitman Danielson 
was ])oni April 26, 1829, in Killinglv, Conn. He M'as the son of 
Jacob Whihnan and Lney ]\[aria (Prhice) Danielson. lie took the 
name of AVhitman from his ancestor, Jacul) Whitman of Pro^■idence, 
who Avas a noted citizen and real estate owner on Westminster and 
Weybosset streets, and whose mansion house and lot l)onnded on 
both those thoronghfares. ]\rr. Whitman had two slaves Jiamed 
Prime and Prinms, to whom he hnmanely beqneathod their liberty. 
Mr. Whitman's danghter Hannah ^\'as married to the great-grand- 
father of the late George W. Danielson. The marriage took place 
in this city, and was celel)rated in a style becoming the station in 
life of the paities. The high heel, Xo. 3, French shoes of the bride 
are still preserved by her descendants, as well as the handsome M'ed- 
ding gown Avhich she wore. After Jacol) Whitman's death, the 
Pycenm lot and the lot Ixdow ]McXears lane wci-e .set oil to Hannah 
Danielson's heirs, and tlie Franklin Lycenm Pmilding still remains 
tlie property of her descendants. It will thns be seen lluit the de- 
ceased editor was descended from good old lihode Island stock. 
His Connecticut ancestiy ^ras also honorable. The Imnse in which 
he was born was erected by hib ancestor, James Danielson, who, ac- 
cording to the family tradirio]i, was of Scottisli descent, and who 
-Settled in Pomfret, Conn., in 17*'6, ^\•hore he made a purchase of 
land from the Indians, and subsequently, in 17<'7, bought from Ala- 
jor Fitch a tract of 2,oiMi acres on the Quiiul)aug and Five Mile 
Pivers. There James Danielson bnilt a home, and abon.t une-half of 



638 THE DESCENDANTS OF | 

the orig-iiin] tract still I't'iiiaiiirt in t]ie ]>o.-ses:5i<)ii of ]iis (Icseoudants, | 

a ])Oi'ti()n of it beiiip; iiicliuled in tlic }l<niri<lii;i;;' villaii'O of Danielson- | 

ville, named after the Dauielsoii family. It .should be stated, also, h 

tliat James Danielson, fur his services as a volunteer in protcctiim- | 

the colony against the Indians, received a share of the land in the \ 

town of \'ohintown, donated l»y the colony as a l)Ounty to tlie brave ^ 

men who had taken part in its defence. The Danielsons continued, 1 

from the time of the settlement of their ancestor in Killinulv, '^ 

owners of the soil, respected and inlluential citizens, especially peace- t 

ful and la\v-abidinu\ and freonentlv intrusted with those local offices ' 

which in the rui'al districts are still the testimony of the coniideiice | 

and esteem of the community. Georo'e AVhitman Danielsijii attended | 

the district school and received an academic education. AVhile at- | 

tending school he also worlced on his father's farm, doing a good I 

share of the farm labor for a boy, while giving close attention to I 

his lessons. From an eai'ly age he took a decided leaning to the | 

printer's trade, and in his fifteenth year he entered the olHce of E. B. | 

Carter, the tillage printer, at Danielsonville, and there he remained ■] 
for one year. During the first six months his compensation was So I 

a month and board, and during the second six mouths §10 a n"ionth | 

and board. He rendered very efiicient service, and from lieing onlv 1 

an apprentice when lie went into the ofiice, he soon proved himself | 
capable of coudticting the business, much of the burden of ^\'hieh i 

fell upon him, Windham County has always been tributary, both ] 

of its talented sons and of the prodtictions of its favored soil, to ^ 

the city of Providence, and it was natural that voung Danielson, in 1 

looking for a wider held than the village printiug office, should | 

travel in this direction. He came to Providence in 1845, aiid here | 

lie woi'ked as a journeyman printer. He also visited ISTew York | 

about this time and set ty])e on one of the morning papers there, | ^ 

and notwithstanding the temptations which surround printers on a | 

morning newspajK'i-, he steadily adhei'ed to his mother's ])artini;' in- | 

junction against the use of stimidants. Indeed, throughottt his | 

whole career ^Ir. Danielson was an example of temperance, and | 

but for his excellent habits would not have l)een able to bear for so 1 

many years the strain of the unremitting labor which lie im])osed | 

upon himself. After a brief period in Xew York, young Danielson, 4 

still a youth l)Ut fidl of amliition and energy, }-etin"ned to Providence. | 

Here he readily obtained employment, and "svhile still under 20 years | 

of age he })ublished the Dailf/ Sc/itlntL a paper which, though of I 

brief existence, iiave promise of the future. From the first the I 

earnestness of the young man, and his determination to push for- | 

i 



JOIIX AVIIIT^TAX OF WEYMOT TJl. 63*J 

ward to siicce<.-. attraf'tod atlciitio]! and aroiisi'd tliu jealuii^v of 
M)!iio, \vliile eidistiiii:; tlio "YxkI will and friendly oHlees uf otiiers. 
Ue ^^■a^ for a time editor of the Jja'thj Tran.^crljrL ^vliieli wa^ con- 
ducted with an ahility tliar commanded tlie respect of older jDui-nak. 
On ihe liGtli day of Jnly, l.sJ-8, he hecanie editor and ]nd >lishi-r of 
the JS^ew Kiyjhmd Arrim^-^i AV. Ivillinirly. The salutatory was 
>ii;ned ' G. AVliitman Danielson.' and the lines which headed the 
paper were indicative of the spirit of the man : 

'Thy spirit, Independence, let me share, 
Lord of the lion heart and eagle eye ; 
Thy steps I'll follow with my bosom bare, 

Nor heed tlie storm that liowls along rhe sky.' 

Some words in the salutatory are woi'th repeating, they so plainly 
speak the character of George AVhitman Danielson: "In the iir.^t 
place, we assume the puhlication of the Arena for the purpose of 
chaining an honest livelihood, and although we expect to be obliged 
to toil unceasingly to aecomi)lish that object, siili we expect to 
merit it and mean to get it. . . . "We sympathize mucli with the 
sons of toil. M-ith the poor, ^vith the oppressed ; but we have no 
desire to stir np feelings of hostility and bitterness in the ])oor 
toward those who have been more f()rtn]iate in accumtilatijig this 
Arorld's goods. AVe oidy want the poor man to understand tliat he, 
in common with tlie millionaire, bears the imj^ress of his jNIaker, 
and that, as long as he does I'ight, he is as good as the best, and 
should so esteem himself. . . . We do not wi.->h the Yoltaires or 
Tom Paines in religion to find anything on whicli they can rely as 
support of their wild and chimerical dogmas ; we would rather tliey 
should meet a relnike in every line we ^\Tite. It is true we rely on 
public patronage for support, l>ut we despise the idea of gainhig it 
at the exi^ense of what may be considered sound prhiciples. . . . 
As the cultivation of moral feeling is closely allied to the stability 
of irovernment and the well-being of society, we shall devote a 
portion of om- paper to original and selected articles tending to 
disseminate the mild principles of virtue, and diffuse a feeling of 
I'ietv and devotion throughout the community. Our aim shall be 
to niake a paper that shall adorn and bless the family circle, and 
«U! wo account shall anything of an immoral or vicious tendency 
be allowed a i)lace in its columns.' Such were the editorial senti- 
ments of G. AVhitman Daniels<m over his own signature before he 
had reached the age of nuinhood. The Arena continued in exist- 
ence for more than a year, when George AVhitman Danielson, now 
arrived at man's estate, came back to Providence to enter the i-anks 



640 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

of journalisiii wliero be \va> ali'eadv favoraldy known. lii ]\[ay, 
1851, lie oeei]])ie(l the po.-iiioii of rejtortei' of marine new^; for the 
Daihj Post of this eitv, and eontiinied liis connection with that 
paper for se\'eral years, aetinii- also as foreman of the eomposino' 
room and also as assistant editor. He frecpiently had eliarge of the 
paper. He displayed on the Daihj Post remarkahle industry and 
joiirna.listic capacity, an.d thoughtfnl men heixan to luok toward lu'm 
as one avIio M'as certain to nuike his ini])ress in jonrnalism and in 
the State. In 1 S59, on the l-frh of ]\Iarcli, lie established the 
Ei'tn'riKj /-"/v-y.v. in company witii Albei't 11. Cooke. The pa])er, 
thanks t<> the able management of ]\Ir. Danielson. grew in value 
and in in.finence nntil it luid achieved a ])rominent and honorable 
positioii, besides atfording asr-uranee of being largely profitable at 
no distant date. In Sept., ]S(>2. ]Mr. Danielson sold out to Mr. 
Cooke his interest hi the Er>n[nfj Prc.s.s^ and took a few weeks' 
recreation.. During this period he visited the ^\j'my of the Potomac, 
and wi'ote home some intei-esting letters from the front. On the 
fu-st of Jan.. 1SG3, at the re^juest of Senator Anthony and Mr. 
Joseph Knowles, ^Mr. Dauielso]i entered the Jounoil office as 
business manager and managing editor. He soon ga^'e a qnickening 
impulse to the ])aper. whicli sent its circulation npvrard, and the 
establishment of the Fa'i niroj Bvlhiin^ Jari. '^1^^ ISOo, In'ought the 
news and editorial opinions of the JoT.j'naJ to the doors of the 
masses in the form of a cheap evening newspaper, which, from a 
circulation of a fevv' hundreds to l)egin with, has achieved an average 
circtilation of more than twenty-two thousand daily, its circnlation, 
combined with that of the Journal, making a total, as Mr. Daniel- 
son stated vsith just pride a few months ago, surpassed by but few 
newspapers in the ^vorld. The profits of the business, it need 
hardly be said, increased ]iroportionately, and the great establish- 
ment whi<:'h he has thus built np is a more glorious monmnent than 
any that can be erecteil to the inemory of Ceorge "Whitman Daniel- 
son. Ihit all this was n(tt achieved without unceasing and vigilant 
effort. For a number of years Mr. Danielson came to the Journal 
office about ten or half-})a>t ten in the morning, and remained until 
after the E>:>iilh(j BullAlu went to press about -I o'clock in the 
afternoon. Then he would go liome to dine, and return to the office 
abont 7 o'clock in the evening, remaining nntil J'rom half-past 2 or 
3 o'clock in the morning. Antliin about three years ]>ast Mr. Dan- 
ielson has not generally arrived at the othce, in the evening, before 
lialf-past 7 or 8 o'clock, leaving abont i^ o'clock in the nnn-ning, l)ut 
tliere has lieen no relaxation in the vin-ilance with Mhich he has 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTFI. 641 

coiiti'olled every detail uf tlie estjiblishnient, wlio,-e eniplove> muaber 
]i(tT less than two huiHlred. 

As an employer Mr. Danielson was most generous and consid- 
erate, and lie attracted to liimself the loyal devotion of all who 
were around liiin. lie was quick to respond to the apjieal of dis- 
tress, and inany a dollar was sent by him for the relief of cases of 
jioverty called to his attention by the re]»o]'ter.> ; but this relief was 
given in such a way that iione ]<nc\\- but the messenger of mercy. 
Ko num had a warmer heai't for the atHicted, and he had a true 
lihode Island synq)athy for the down-trodden. Though tenacious 
in hi- opinions and principles, he was fai- from being irreconcilal)le 
to those who had treated him wrongfully, lie was a true L'tTitleman 
in his deportment, and wou.ld not permit any one, howe^-er hostile 
to him pei-sonally, to be treated otherwise than -with courtesy Mdiile 
under the roof of the Journal ofhce, and he rarely a}>])eared to 
display impatience eveii under the most anuovino- and irritatino- 
cu'cumstanccs. 

]\Ir. Danielson took a deej) interest in the jwogress and welfare 
of his ancestral city, and was identified with many of its business 
enterprises. He was Vice-President and directoi- of the Oakland 
Beach Association, a director of the Phenix Xational Bank, Bich- 
niond Paper Co., also of the Equitable j\Iutual Insurance Co. and of 
the Bliode Island Telephone and Electric Co., and he held stock in 
various other coporations. He was also, for a number of years, 
President of the Xew England Associated Press. 

Mr. Danielson was a charter member of What Cheer Lodge of 
Masons. lie was also, up to tlie time of In's death, a member of 
the AYestfield Congregational Church in Danielsom'ille, which he 
joined \\\ early youth, and had been a geiierous contributo]- to Con- 
gregational churches in this city."' 

" Geoege W. Daxielsox. — In the fcvei'ishness of the wound of 
deep grief whicli cannot nov\' l)e relieved by yielding to it. and 
which makes the ])ressure of their work u])on the journalistic family 
of George W. Danielson, suddenly deprived of the calm and absolute 
tiust they felt in his iirm government and considerate kindliness, 
lik'e that expressed in the pathetic words of the old fisherman in 
'The Antiquary' — 'Poor men maun to their wark again though 
tiieir hearts are beating like trip-hammers,' — v.-e are called u])on to 
say something of his life and character. It will at best be but in- 
ade<piate. The details of the onerous and many duties connected 
'^'•'ith the publication of a great nevrspaper must go on. The ship 
41 



642 THE PESCEXDANTS OF 

mii>t Veo]) lier course, and tlie pilot next in orrlei- mnst ]ilace liis nn- 1 

slirinkiim- tlionu'U nnskillful hand ujion the spokes of the ^vlleel ' 

altliunii-h they are \vet ^vi til the Mood of the conuiiander stricken ; 

down at the po^^t of dnty. But it mu-t he left to calmer moments 
and wider scope for thouii'lit and recollection to give the details of 
the oToat pultiie service to the State and city and the jonrualistic | 

profes>ion of George AV. Danielson. Wo can now only speak of | 

him more particularly a-^ the editor of the Journal. 'j 

]Mr. Danielson became a memljer of the lii-m of Ivnowles, Anthony | 

k Danielson, and assumed the position of managing editor of the | 

Journal, on Jan. 1. 1SG3, shortly afterward succeeding Prof. James | 

B. Anu'ell. who resigned to acce])t the jtosition of President of "i 

Michiiran Univeisity. as editor-in-chief. His training had been that -j 

of a thorouglily practical journalist in the wide sco])e of education j 

in public affairs which the professioi^ ailords, and the intimate kno\vl- | 

edo-e of detail whieli is necessary to successful management. He 
had earlv been attracted to the profession and had served a boyish 
apprenticeship in the office of the newspaper of tlic tillage of Dan- 
ielsonsille. Conn., the place of his birth. So early was his ability 
manifest that he became its editor when a mere youth and conducted 
it with remarkalJe ability. A wider field for his ]>owers soon at- 
tracted him. and in connection aiid control of newspapers in this 
citv he had served a thorough apprenticeship in every detail of his 
profession before taking charge of tlie Journal. There was nothing 
connected with the pi-oduction of a newspa]jer, in every position, 
from the hi^-hest to the lowest, which he had not done and could 
not do well, and every depai-tmcnt and detail was under an ex- 
perienced eye and a master hand. lie loved the Avork so that he 
could hardly abandon it to those who were necessarily less perfect 
in skill, and as the pressure of labor and supervision increased with 
the o-roAvtli of the newspaper, he assmned it with the fatal results of 
the final collap>e of the powerful l)rain and strong constitution. It 
has been oenerally known that he was most assiduous in liis at- | 

tendance at the office, seldom being absent from it for many yeai'S | 

except durino- the hours devoted to meals and slee]), but only those 
familiar with its interior managenient could be aware of the enor- 
mous amount of labor displayed in the detail of every department 
and tlie comprehensive supervision of the whole. It is only a won- 
der that the burden on lieart and hand was borne so long. His 
happy marriage of a few years ago, and the pleasures of domestic 
life which he enjoyed with deep and keen feeling, A\-ere only par- 
tiallv able to win him to a niodiiication of labor, and he apparently 



jonx wiiiTMAX OF ^\'KY.^[O^TIr. 643 

worked tlic liai'dor to coiiijieiisatc for tiie hours devoted to affection. 
It was only three days hefoi'e the fatal seizure that a |)erce])tion of 
i^rowing "sveakness in sii^-ht compelled him to ahandon a ]>ortion of 
his editorial eontrol. hur to the last hour, hefore his nerveless hand 
dropped hy his side, his ^vas tJie altsoliite anthoi'ity and i^nidaiice. 

The inthienee not only of his professional skill and indnstry. hnt 
ot his stronix mind and intelligent pnhlic spirit, were Mxai felt in 
the conduct of the Jo"rn<il. It not only grew M-ith tlie times and 
Avas abreast with the general progress of the city and State, but it 
was in advance of them so far as its own condition was concerned, 
and aided and led them by its vigorous spirit and earnest and intel- 
ligent zeal in every matter of public welfare. The Journal had 
lo]ig been one of the institutions of the State, and under the man- 
agement of l[r. Danielson it more than maintained the iniiuence 
which had grown so great under the immediate conduct of Senator 
Anthony, from which the latter's public duties had called him, A 
comparison, of the size and contents of the Journal at the time at 
wliich it was taken charge of by Mr. Danielson, and tlie present 
eight-page sheet containing greatly more news than any newspaper 
])ublished m ^iSTew England, and the various editions of tlie Bulletin 
which was particularly his ci'eation, will show how great the progress 
that was due to his ability and energy. It woidd reqtiire pages of 
detail to indicate the improvements made under his di)'ection, and. 
he was always foremost to see and to utilize the inventions and pos- 
sibilities for tlie enhancement of journalistic enterprise, both in liis 
capacity as editor of the Journal and in comiection witli tlie ]New 
England Associated Press, of which he was President. Put this 
is l)ut the smalle.-t part of the tribute due to Mr. Danielson as an 
editor. The vigor and strength of his opinion, his sound judgment, 
his wide knowledge of public affairs, and his zealous interest and 
devotion to the welfare of tlie city and State, dominated its columns 
and gave the force and iiiliuence wdiieh it possessed. lie was a 
])0wer in the State for his force of ability and character, but it w^as 
never used for any selti.-h ambitions. lie never would accept any 
office or honor of a public kind whatevei-, and his zeal and iniiuence 
M'ere wdiolly and unselti^hly devoted to the welfare of the Ee]uil)li- 
can l)arty, which he believed to represent the highest principles and 
vvisest policy in nation and State. He was firm in his political par- 
ti.vanship and friendships, and outspoken in Iris political 0})position 
and antagonisms. ])Ut not bevoiid a worthy an<l eaiTiest zeal, and no 
in:in was less likely to pur.-ue a beaten 0})]ionent or cherish animosity 
\vhich was not deserved. II is stvle of editorial writinir was vigorous 



044 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

and tronclmnt, aiul on tlic vital (.cca^ions and to the extent \vliieli | 

Lis niultifarions duties enabled liim to devote liiiuself to it, Ids niai'k | 

was always felt and reeoo-nip^cd. | 

Of Lis ])crsonal relations to Lis snLordinates and employe?. Lis | 

newspaper faniilv, for such it was in tlie ties of aifeetion and com- | 

maud, it is Larder to speaL, as tlie overpowering wound for Lis l(,)ss "^ 

rankles in tlic sensibilities. His control was firm Lut always most | 

kindly and considerate. He was not elfnsive in manner, but most | 

tLona-Ltfnl and compassionate on all occasions demanding sym})aTLy :] 

or assistance. His acts of personal generosity, wLicL were alway- J 

accompanied by an injnnction to secrecy, were many and tLougLtf ill | 

and any occasioij of misfortune fonnd in Lim tLe kindest and most | 

effectual sympatLy. He was tliorougLly and personally interested | 

in tLe welfare of all Lis employes, and ready to take upon Lim-elf | 

tLeir labors to spare tLcir Lealtli or aiford tLem tLe o]>]>ortunity for i 

tLat recreation wLieli Le neyer took Limself. Somewliat sL-w to 

give Lis confidence, it was al)Solulo wLen given, and could not be . 

forfeited except by tLe most absolute and persistent misconduct or I 

failure. It migLt Lave l)een said tLnt Le was slow to take persons J 

into Lis cmplo^Tuent because Le was so reluctant to discLarge tliem, ^ 

and Le defended Lis employes witli sometLing of tLe spirit of a j 

connnander Lis soldiers. All tliese tliouglits and sensations come | 

upon us at tlie tliougLt tLat tLe fannliar face and form, and tlie | 

always present intluence wliicL was tLe vitaLzing spirit of tLe | 

Journal, will be seen and felt no more, and words become imidetpiate | 

and impossible."" i 

8726. Whitman Daniel^on-', b. Dec. 17, 1881. -^ ^O^*^^? I 

8726a. Rosamond Daiiielson\ b. Nov. 6, 1831. J-'V/fiJf^ | 

872T. Edwakd ruixoE DANim.sox*. b. Feb. 21, 1831 ; m. Jan. | 

24, ISGl, ]\rary Etta, tlie daugliter of Caleb H. and i\[ary Etta | 

(Ilovey) JoLnston, 1). Putnam, Ct., April 19, 1S30 ; d. Sept. 28, | 

1883 ; a farmer ; residence, Danielsonyille ; 2 c. I 

8728. Walter Everett Danielson^ b. March 18 ; d. Aug. 8, 1863. | 

8729. Ella M. Danielson", b. Sept. 19, 1875 ; d. Oct. 16, 1877. | 

8730. Eliza Makia Daj^ielsox^ L. W. Killingly, Aug. 26, 1833 : | 

m. Feb. 15, 1871, Dr. dolin A\'dder, b. Cat skill, ^\ Y., Sept. 8, | 

181.^; Le graduated from AVestern College of PLysicians and .| 

Surgeons, tf;in., 1839 ; Las since lieen engaged in tlic jU'actice of Lis | 

profession ; residence, Saugerties, X. Y. ; no issue. | 

S731. LrcY J AXE Daxiei.sox^ b. MarcL 2(5, 1838; residence, | 
Danielsonyille ; unmarried. 



JOirX WIIJIMAN OF AV'EY.MOrTir. C4.5 

S782. "William James Daxielsox^ 1». May 1, 1843: iii. Xov. 1, 
1S71, Anna ]iii>:-:e]l, (lauu'lilei- of Ju>,^'i)h W. and Cliarlwttc 0. (1>;in«>-s) 
Saunders, 1). May 0, 18-1-3 ; a general newspajxu- advertising and 
sul>scri]>tion agent ; address, {]'2 Westminster st., Providence; 3 c. 

8733. Lucy Maria Danielson^ 1). Jan. r,, iyT3. 

8734. George Wliitinan Danielson", b. Nov. 26, 1S7G. 
873."}. P^dith Kussell Danielson ', b. Nov. 3, 1S82. 

8736. 3. J AXE Daxielson', b. Feb. 11, 1802; d. July U, 187(3, 
aged 74 ; unmarried. 

8737. 4. S^vMUEL Sakfoiid Danielsox', b. July 25, 1808 : ni. 
Oct. 22, 1833, Esther, daughter of Eleazer and 'Mary (Ingalls) 
Williams, b. Killingly, Oct. 12, 1807; d. Feb. 4, 18S8;'^lie d.^May 

11, 1864 ; he ^vas a very active and jn-ogressive farmer, and <:]uick 
to see the advantages of maehinery in develo])ing his farms; 7 c. 

8738. FL\RRiET Geosvexor Daxielsox^, b. April 2, 1835 ; d. 
March 7, 1858. 

8739. Emily Daxielsox'', b. April 15, 1837; unmarried; resi- 
dence, Danielsonville. 

8740. (Infant son aiid dangliter) Daxielsux-, twins ; d. Auo-. 21 
and 23, 1840. 

8741. (A son) D^ixielson', d. Oct. 10, 1841. 

8742. IIeep.eet Saxfokd IXvxielsox^^, b. Jan. 14. 1843; d. Oct. 
1, 1866. 

8743. Edavix Williams Danielsox", b. May 16, 1846 ; d. Sept. 

12, 1848. 

8744. Ill Maktha Danielson'', b. Oct. 22, 1774; d. 
April 27, 1782. 

8745. IV. Susanna Danielson'^, b. Dec. 12, 1776; m. 
July 16, 1794, John Mason, b. Aug. 10, 1770; d. April 5, 
1845 ; she d. Nov. 15, 1861, aged 85 ; 1 c. 



S746. 1. JoBx Saxford Masox', b. Nov. 24, 1800; d. Xov. 17, 
1820. 



8747. Jacob'^ (501), Jacob\ Jolnr, Zecharialr, John\ 
tlie only son of Jacob^ tliat married, b. Providence, July 
28, 1762; m. April 3, 1786, Mary, daugliter of '' ]3riga- 
dier" James and Mary (Mawney) Angell, b. about 1766; 



C'4(') THE DESCEXDAXT3 OF 

d. Oct. 21JS27 ; during- tlio war of tlio licvolution Ijo Imd 
a great desire to become a soldier; meetii)g ^^■itll strong- 
opposition from ]iis father, when only fifteen vears of age he 
ran away from liome, going to Newport; liere he attracted 
the attention of a Frenchman, a watch-maker, wJio resided 
in that city with two maiden sisters; the}' heard his storv, 
and hcconnng intei'ested in the handsome l)ov, wrote to his 
ftither advising- him to let ]]is son remain A\itlithem; tliis 
lie did, and young Jacob remained with tliese kind friends 
loiig- enougli to learn the trade of watch-making, and at 
the same time acquired connnnnd of the French language; 
in consequence of the facilit)- with whicli lie s]K)ke French, 
he was appoiiued by the tOAvn to communicate witli tlie 
French refugees wlio came to tin's couritry in 1793, and 
many of whom settled in Eliode Island ; after liis marriage 
he engaged in the West Lidia trade, owning- and charterin"- 
many vessels ; was also a noted and popular auctioncei-; 
about 1804 lie erected, on the site of his father's homestead, 
" Whitman's Block," at tlie Turk's Head, junction of We}'- 
bosset and Westminster streets ; this v^-as then the largest 
brick building in Providence (part of this building is still 
standing and in use) ; he became invoh'ed in the disasters 
at tlie close of the ^^•ar of 1812, and owinir to his severe 
losses retired from active business; he retired to ins fariu 
in the western ])ortion of the city, and occupied himself 
with its care till his death, which took place, Aug. 27, 
1827; his widow survived him but a few months; 13 c. 
I. riannali'': II. Martha Dorrance" ; III. :\Iary Angell'' ; 
IV. Jane'=; V. Jacob''; VI. A son''; VII. Janies'^ VIII. 
Ilaniudi''; IX. George''; X. George''; XI. Charles'^; XII. 
Eliza Goddard''; XIII. John JJorrance*'. 

8748. I. IlANXAif', b. Dec. 11), 1787; d. July 21, 17l.)4. 

8749. II. Maktha Dorkaxce", b. Sej.t. 12, 1789; m. 
Feb. 26, 1815, William Hale, son of John ^Lason of Provi- 
dence; residence, Thompson, Ct. ; shed. Jan. 4, 1821, and 
was buried in tliat town ; he d. June 13, 18G0; 2 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 64:7 

sT.jO. 1. William IIalk ]\[AbON', b. A\nil 2, ISIT; d. Jan. 7, 

jsTol. 2. xVmasa Mason", b. J ime 19. ISIS; m. 1. 1S43. Xancy 
■\Vilkinsoii of Poiufret, Ct. ; in. 2. 1 S54. Mary Vs^hitaker of Xorwicli, 
("t. ; in. 8. lsr,u, Fannie P. ]->radbuni ; residence, ^02 Bedford ave., 
Ih'ooklyn, X. Y. ; 3 c. 

ST51a. Amasa Mason, Jl:.^ b. May 5, IS-il ; d. July 3, 1SJ:9. 

5752. MAiiTHA Whitman ]\[ason^ b. April 27, lS4»j ; d. unmar- 
ried, June 10, 1SS2. 

5753. CLAnrxcF, Wilkinson ^Mason^, b. Auo-. 22, 1850 ; unmar- 
ried ; in business in X. Y. City ; address, 37 White st. 



8754. III. Maey Axgelj/', h. Aug-. 8, 1791; m. Jan. 
20, 1811, Eicliard vSmith, son of Daniel Eldred and P^liza- 
beth (Wild) Updike of Wickfurd, R. I., h. April 26, 1789: 
d. Sept. 8, 1876; they moved to Illinois, and she d. in 
'J'remont, 111., Aug. 28, 1878, aged 87 ; he was for some 
years a merchant, but after his removal to the west en- 
nao-ed in fai'mino^ ; 8 c. 



5755. 1. Daniel Eldred Updike', b. Xov. 3, ISll ; d. unmar- 
I'ied, Xew Orjeans, La., Xov. 4, 1S39. 

5756. 2. Mary Whit^ian Updike", b. Jan. 27, 1814 ; m. 1. 
April 7, 1839, Francis Yh:)tt, son of Thomas aud Amelia Simmonds 
of Charleston, S. C. ; he d. PlacerviUe, Cah, Xov. 11. 1850 ; ni. 2. 
Trernont, 111., April 2«>, 1SG2, Samuel Tompkins of AVestchester Co., 
N. Y., b. 1799 ; d. (was buried. Dee. 28, 1S7G) ; she resides Tre- 
rnont ; 1 c. 

5757. Maey ^L^ielia Simmonds^ b. Dec. 23, 1839 ; m. March 7, 

1SG7, lion. J. X. Lipscomb of Wildwood, Xewlniry District, S. C. ; 

a leading lawyer, and at one time Secretary of State of Su. Car- 

*'lina; she d. Dec. 25, 1SS2 ; 7 c. 

^7o8. Mary Louise Lipscomb'', b. June 27, 1868. 

f'^oO. Marcy Julia Lipscomb', b. Sept. 04. ISTO. 

v^:C(). Milledge BoJiehan Lipscomb', b. Nov. 13, 1872. 

^7(31. Amelia Simmons Lipscomb'', b. June 22, 1874. 

-702. Arthur Simmons Lipscomb'', b. Dec. 27, 1875. 

^'(■'3. Julia Randall Lipscomb', b. April 23, 1879 ; d. 1870. 

^all. Julia Randall Lipscomb', b. April 21, 1880. 

8705. Lewis William Simmonds^, b. Trernont, Jan. 12, 1812 ; d. 

Charleston, S. C, Sept. 5, 1858. 



Q4:S THK DESCENDANTS OF 

S70<i. Eliza Fkances Simmonhs'*, b. Oct. 8, 1S-14; m. May 25. 
1871, AVilliani ]''llis llii^'lie.-, n. <.Tlainori;'aiisliiin,', So. Wales. Mai-cli 
9, 1841; ivsideuee, liloominu-toii, 111.; -1 c. 
SV()7. Pachmond D. Hughes'', b. March 3, 1^72 ; d. March 14, 1873. 
870S. Ward ^ViIlia^u Hughes', b. Aug. 1, 1873. 
8769. I.ouis Simmons Huglies'', b. July 20, 1877. 
87G9a. EUis Updike Hughes-', b. Sept. lo, 18s2. 

8770. Walter Stmmcnds^, 1.. ^lareli 13; d. Get. 12, 1847. 

8771. 3. ]\rA];TH.v Mason ITpDrKE^ b. Aug. 0, 1815 ; d. May 23. 
1881 ; umnarrii'd. 

8772. 4. John AT all TTpinKj:', b. JaiL 22, 1818 ; m. Jan. 28. 
1840, Mrs. Susan I). ]N'clson. dani;liter of Ebenezer Wright of 
Providence, b. A]n-il i;», 1820; be d. Oct. 22, 1857; 5 c. 

8773. Saeati Elizabeth X'tdike'', b. ]Sa>v. 4, 1840 ; m. AVliire- 

hall, X. Y., Aug. IG, 1864, Dr. James S. AValker, b. May 4, 1839 ; 

d. Dec. 19, 1883 ; she resides Forest City, 111. ; 4 c. 

877-1. Alma Walker\ b. March 12, 1866. 

8775. Ella Walker '. b. Jan. 4, ISGS. 

877G. Frank Updilce ^Valker^ b. Dec. 22, 1870. 

8777. Ortie Elizabetli Walker', b. March 16, 1873 ; d. Aug. 27, 1874. 

8778. Maetha Mason UpdikeS, b. Oct. 4, 1848; d. July 31. 
1855. 

8779. Mary Angell Updike^, b. .July 13, 1851; unmarried; 
residence, Louisiana, Pike Co., ]Mo. 

8780. Sus.VN UpdikeS, b. Dec. 15, 1852; d. Sept. 24, 1855. 

8781. Charles AVhitman Updike^, b. Dec. 28, 1S5G ; unmar- 
ried ; residence, Bclton, Texas. 



8782. 5. Thomas AYall Updike', b. April 13, 1820 ; d. Xov. 2, 
1821. 

8783. 6. PicuARD Smith Updike'', b. July 30, 1822 ; d. unmar- 
ried, Xov. 20, 1872. 

8784. 7. Elisa AYinT:MAN Uj'dike'^, b. March 3, 1830; m. June 
17, 1851, Itobert II., son of Eev. AYilliain Andrews of Tremoiit ; 
they removed to Pock Island, 111., where she d. of cholera, Jul}- 2, 
1851. 

8785. 8. George AYhitman Updike', b. March 24, 1832; m. 1. 
Dec. 2, 1858, IMaggie D., daughter of Plon. John T. and Sarah 
(McCoy) Lindsay of Peoria, 111 ; slie d. June 4, 1805, aged 25 : m. 
2. I'ittsburgh, I'a., Jan. 22, 1808, ]\[artha E., daughter of Joseph 
P. and Martha (^Ewing) Ilaigh, b. Pittsburgh, Feb. 19, 1850; a 



JonX WJIIT.MAX OF WEY'MOrj'JI. 649 

commission mei'diiuit. and seci'etarv of tlic Cri'ice Commission Co. ; 
residence, 31 20 Clie>tnut St., St. Lonis ; 5 c. 

S7SG. jSEaggie IIaigh Updikk*, b. Xov. 7, ISdS. 

87S7. Eavixg Ui'i>iki-8, h. Oct. 28, 1S70 ; d. Dec. 23, 1S83. 

S7SS. George Whitmax Ui'Dikk**, b Fel). 22, 1S74:. 

87S9. Ji:lia Madii.l Updike*, b. Xov. 10, 1ST7; d. Maix-li 11, 
1SS5. 

8790, ]\[AitTHA Emma ITi-dike", b. Aug. 19, 1879. 



8701. IV. Jane'\ b. ^[aiv]i 25, 1793; in. 1. Jan., 1810, 
Isaac, Jr., son of Rev. Isaac and Elizabeth (Emerson) 
]3ailey ; (the Eev. Isaac Bailey was the first settled minister 
in the town of AYard, novr Auburn, Mass. ;) lie g-raduated 
at Brown University, 1810; studied law and followed his 
profession in Providence; also published the "American 
Naval BiogTa})hy ;" about 1818 he went to Pennsylvania 
and is believed to liave died at Lancaster, Pa., about 1820, 
though the facts of his death were ]iever satisfactorily 
estabhshed ; she m. 2. Aug-. 13, 1829, George ^Yashington, 
soil of Rev. Geoi'ge and Mary (Pamsay) Keeley, b. North- 
ampton, Eng., Dec. 25, 1803 ; he came to this country with 
his father in 1818; g]-aduated from Brown University in 
1824, and from 1825 to 1828 remained with that institution 
as tutor in Latin and Greek; in 1829 he was called to a 
professorship in Waterville College, now Colby University ; 
he was assigned to the chaii- of Mathematics and Natu]-al 
Philosophy; he held his chair till 1852, v/inning from his 
pupils resjiect and admiration to a degree wdiicli has been 
rarely equaled ; after his retirement he continued liis resi- 
dence in Waterville, Me., engaged in private study and a 
portion of the time sharing in the m^jithematical laboi'S of 
the U. S. Coast Survey; he d. suddenly, June 13, 1878; 
he was a ripe scholar, of remarkable range and accuracy 
of thought, and always kept abreast of the progress of 
learning; she d. June 27, 188G, at the advanced age of 93, 
possessing to the last the full enjoyment of her faculties ; 
3 c. 



G50 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

S702. 1. Pkoi'. Jacoi; AViiitmax JJailey', b. A].ril 20, ISll ; 
111. July 23, 1S35, Alai-iii, (laug-liter of Samuel Slaui^litcr of Cul- 
])e})or Com-t IIoii>(\ Va. ; gradp.ated at tlio U. S. Military Acadeim 
at AVest J\»iiit, foiiiTh in his cla^s, 1S32 ; served in gvirrison at 
Charleston liarlior, S. S., 1832-33. during Sonth Carolina's "Xulli- 
fieation AVar ;" at IJellona Arsenal, lS38-3i; Prufessur of Chemis- 
try, Mineralogy and Geology at AVest Point, July S. 1S3S, to Feh. 
28, 1857, the date of his death ; t)ie following -svas taken from 
General Grder Xo. 3 of ^-raj. Delalield, Su])erimendeiit : '• Fo]- 
more than eighteen years he has tilled his chair with sii;-nal ahilitv 
and success; at the time of his death he was President of tlie 
American Association for the Advancement of Science ; distin- 
guislied as a man of high scientific attainment, his loss will he 
felt, not only at tlie institution which he long adorned but by all 
friends of scientilic j-eseai-ch f ' his wife and eldest child were 
dro^\•ned at the time of the burning of the steamer *' Henry Clay " 
on the Hudson Piver, July 28, 1852 ; 4 c. 

"Degree of A.M. from Princeton College, 1837; member of 
Societe des Sciences JS'aturelles de Cherbourg, France, 1853, and 
of many of the scientilic associations abroad ; Pi'esident of the 
American Association for Advancement of Science, 185C-57; 
inventor of Bailey's 'Indicator' aiid many improvements of the 
microsco])e, in the use of which he was highly distinguished, par- 
ticularly in the exatnination of Infusoria, Algi\\ and the products 
of the dee2)-sea soundings of the Coast Survey, H. S. Exploring 
Ex})edition and the Atlantic Telegraj^h Plateau, of which he made 
valual)lc collections and numei'ous delineations ; atithor of over lif ty 
papers in ' Silliman's Journal,' 'Smithsonian Contribtttious ' and 
'Journal of Microscopical Science.'" — Gen. Coll am' s liecord of 
V) est Point Gi'adtiotts. 

8793. :\rAuiA AVniTMAN Bailets, b. Xov. 12, 183G ; d. July 28, 
1852. 

8791. Samuel Slaughter Bailey §, b. May 18, 1838; d. umnar- 
ried, Albany, X. Y., Oct. 15, lSr)0. 

8795. LoKixo WoAKT BAILEY^ b. Sept, 28, 1839; m. Atig. 19. 
18<)3, Laurstino ^larie, only daughter of Joseph Mar.-hall d'Avrav. 
Baron d'Avray, Professor of Modern Languages at same uni- 
versity, b. Port St. Lotiis, Mauritius, ISTov. 29, 1811 ; graduated 
at Harvard University, 1859 ; apjtointed Professor of Chemisti-y 
and Xatm-al Science in the Univer.-ity of Xew Brunswick, July, 
1801 ; residence, Fredericton, X. B. ; 7 c, all b. Fredericton. 



JOHN WllI'I'.MAN OF WEY^IOUTH. 051 

8T9IJ. Josejih Wliitmau Bailey-', b. ]^^ay 9, 180 J. 
bVM. Willioiu d" Array Bailey', b. Aug-. 01, ISGO. 
8798. Loriii,!^ Woart Bailey, Jr.'', b. Xuv. 14, 18G8. 
8791). Margaret T^larshall Bailey-', li. Aug. T). 18; 1. 
88ili>. Baurstiue Marie Bailey-', b. May G, 187-"). 
8801. GeorKO Wliituian 13ailey ', 1>. July 8, 1879. 
8803. Henry Boiul Bailey'-', b. Oct. 3, 1880. 

8S03. Pkof. AViLLiAM AViiiTMAx ]-5ailfa-^ 1.. Pel). -22. 1SJ3; ni. 
^[arcli 1<N ISSl, Eli/ii Kandall, daiiglitL-r of Saniiiel K. Sinimoiis of 
rro\-ideiice ; saved from v.-reek of " Henry Clay," July 2S, 1852 ; 
graduated at Brown University. 1864; private pttli 11. 1. Vols., 
1SC2 ; botanist U. S. Geolo-'ical Snrvey of 40tli parallel. 18G7-8 : 
deputy Secretary of State, Rhode Island, 1S68 ; assistant Librarian 
P]-oviclence Athenaniin, ISiiO-Tl ; fellow of x\merican Association 
Advancement of Science, 1874 ; inember of tlie Appalacliian :\It. 
Clul» and Boston Society of Xatnral History ; coi-respondiiig mem- 
ber y. Y. Microscopical Society and Torrey Botanical Club ; con- 
tributor to Providence Journal . Providence Press^ Woonsocket 
rotrloU The Indqxndtnt, Christian L'ltion, Outrny, The AJdine, 
ApX)leto)i's Journal, John.si>,Cs Cyclojiadia, Jioian'ixal Gazette. 
Torrey BulteUn. Amerlean JVat"rai:st, etc.; author (]8S1) of the 
•• Botanical Collectors' Hand-bo.:.k f Professor, from 1881, of Nat- 
ural History ^B.jtany) in Brown University ; degree of B.P. Brown 
P' niversity ; poet Psi LTpsilon Convention, 1800; the Spiinglield 
Union is responsible for the following incident: "Prof. W. AV. 
Bailey of BroMH University once had journalistic aspirations: 
armed with a letter of intj-oduction to Manton Marble, then editor 
of tlie World, he started for Xcw York ; the first day, however, 
they gave the raw reci-uit the task of interviewing Tweed, who was 
just beginning to bo investigated ; he got no interview ; the second 
day the assignment book read: 'Interview with Tweed— AV. AVhit- 
man Bailey;' the boy tried hard but could not reach Tweed; the 
third day the same assignment Hashed ; P.ailcy resigned and had no 
desire to enter journalism from that day to this ; if Bade}' had be- 
come a reporter, one of the most brilliant botanists of his time 
Would have been spoiled;" 2 c. 

8804. Whitman Bailey^ b. April 3, 1883. 

8804a. Margaret Eruerson Bailey-, b. Oct. 12, 1885. 



8S()5. 2. AViLLiAM AIasox Bailfy', b. Nov. 24-, 1815 ; m. June 
11, 1838, Harriet, daughter of Thonuisand Alary (AVaterman) Brown. 
b. Providence, Peb. 5. 1810 ; d. Sejit. 24, 1880 ; in 1807 he was en- 
gaged in commercial and manufacturing enterprises, but becoming 



052 THE DKSCEXDAXTS OF 

involved during' tlie panic of that year retired i'rojn active ])usine>s ; 
]\Ir. Jiailey's M'elldxiit.'Wii iiiteu'ritv has caused liis a])poiiitineiit as 
tnistee of luany laru-e estates, v.liich. \vith liis tact as an ar])it]';itor, 
give liini constant occujiation ; 7 c. 

SSoO. AViLLiAM ]\1asox Baij.ky, Jj;.^ ]). Jnne 7, ISJl ; M-radnatod 
at lirown University, lf^r;2; nnniari'ied ; residence, Pj'oxidence. 

SS07. Col. Ciiaijles Emersox Bailey^, b. July 15, IS-io ; ni. 
Xew York, ]^\^ov. 'j:). 1S70, Isohel Carlisle, dangliter of John and 
Sarah (Carlisle) McCntcheon, h. Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 21. Isi'.); 
at the outbreak of the rebellion, he left college and enlisted iri Jst 
R. I. A^ols. for three months; on his return he served on the stall' 
of Gov. James Y. omitli as Colonel and private secretary ; is novr 
engaged in bu^ine:-s ; pi-e-ident of the American Solid Leather 
Button Co. ; residence. Providence ; no issue. 

8S0S. Egbert Bailey ^ b. ^\)V. 11:, ISIO ; d. April 5, 181:8. 

8809. J AXE AVniiMAX Bailey*, b. Jtdy 13, 181:9; m. Oct. ;-U. 
1870, Charles, second son of Chief-Justice Charles S. and Sarah 
(Manton) Bradley of J^rovidence. b. May 0, 1^1:5; a lawyer ; re>i- 
deuce, Providence ; 1- c. 

8810. Charles Bradb:-}-, Jr.-', b. Dec. 19. 1877. 

8811. Alice "Whitiuan Bradley-', b. Nov. 5, 1881. 
8811a. Joseph Manton Bradley% b. Dec. 10, 1882. 
SSllb. ^[ary Emerson Bradley', b. June 18, 188-1. 

8812. Harriet Broavx Bailey^, b. Xov, 21, 1852; unmarried. 

8813. Thomas Bkowx Batley-% 1.. Dec. 0, 1854; unmari-ie^l ; 
in the employ of the Bell Telephone Co. ; residence, Cambridge, 
Mass. 

8814. Ejciiard Arxold Bailey^, b. Oct. 1,1857; unmarried; 
draughtsman with Corliss Steam Engine Co. ; residence, Providence. 

8815. 3. ]\[ary Keeley', b. April 0, 1833 ; nn Xov. 8, 1852, Dr. 
R., son of Hon. Timothy X. and Helen (Bogei-s) Boutelle of A7a- 
terville, Me., b. Jan. 13, 1821; a practicing pliysician at Water- 
ville ; 2 c. 

8816. Timothy Boi-telle^, b. Sept. 12, 1853 ; d. Sept. 3, 1804. 

8817. George Keeley Boutelle-, b. March 15, 1857; lie grad- 
uated at Harvard University, 1878, and the Harvard Law School, 
1882 ; Avas engaged for some years in the study of naval archi- 
tecture ; admitted to bar, Kennebec County, March, 1888 ; engaged 
in practice of law at Waterville; unmarried. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 058 

SSIS. V. Jacob'', ^ lost at sea; unman ied. 

>b. Fel). 20, 171)0; 

8819. VI. (A son)'', ) d. in infancy. 

8820. VII. James'', b. Nov. 5, 179(^ ; d. of cliolera, New 
Orleans, 1832. 

8821. VIII. IIaxxatt'', b. July 14; d. Nov. 12, 1790. 

8822. IX. Geokgf/', b. Oct. 9; d. Dec. 31, ISOO. 

8823. X. Geouge*', b. March 25, 1802; m. Dec. IG, 
1830, Harriet Portillo Branie ; slie d. on Lake Poncbartrain, 
near Covington, La., Sept. 2U, 1852 ; early in life be went 
to Montgomerv, Ala., and was one of the founders of that 
town: eno^as'ed in business under the iirm name of ^dav- 
hew & Whitman ; later, he moved to New Orleans, and d. 
at Covington, La., Nov. 4, 1861 ; 4 c. 



8824. 1. George AYileiam', h. Sept. 20, 1831 ; in. 
uotliino- i;^ known eoneernint;,' hini excont that he left a son. 

8S25. Geoege William, Jk.^, supposed to have d. unmarried. 



SS26. 2. AUky Elizaeeth', h. ^hiv^l, 1S.33; m. Sept., ISoT, 
Walter, son of Amasa and Eliza (Taylor) ]\ranton, b. Providence, 
Feb. 21, 182G ; is in the State Dei)artnient at Washington, D. C. ; 
no issue. 

8827. 3. MoxTGOMERY Axgi:ll', b. Nov. 19, 1S34 ; d. May 27, 
1835. 

8828. 4. TnoiNiAs Bra:me", b. Dec. ; d. Jan. . 



8829. XI. Charles^ b. Nov. 24, 1804; d. July 17, 
1827; unmarried. 

8830. XII. Eliza Goddaei/, b. Jan. 1, 1809 ; m. June 
10, 1829, William Dichson Pichett, son of Col. William 
Pickett; be d. at Mt. Vernon, .Via. ; she d. Nov. 23, 1837 : 
3 c. 

SS31. 1. Mary Jane Pickett\ b. June 2i), 1 S30 ; d. Sept. 18. 
1834. 



C54 tup: descendants of 

S882. '2. Eliza Dicksox Pickett', b. :\rarc]i 1 J, ls:V2 ; m. July 
20, 1 >5(i, Lolloy Vi^iK- AValker, 1.. TvU. 7, ISTl ; a lawyer ; residence. 
Ilinilsville, Ala. ; .-he d. Xuv. 2(), 1SS5 ; 3 c. 

8883. ^Iatilda Poit. AA'alkeu^, b. Jan. 13^ 1852; d. Oct. !'. 

isrwj. 

8S3:i. Eliza Pickett ArALKEiiS^ b. Dec. 24, ]R.^3; d. Oct lo 
185J. 

8835. LePoy Pope Walkek, Je.s, b. Marcli 23, 1855; a 
p]iysician ; at present, in tlie Xew York Eye and Ear Tnfinnarv 
X. Y. City. 



8630. 3. Fkances Louisa Pickett', b. Jan. 27, 1833 ; d Ano- 
16, 1834. 

8837. XIIL John Doeraxce^ b. May 3, 1811; d. Jan. 
7, 1829. 

8838. Dorcas' (n04), John', Jolni^ Zecliarialr, Jolin\ 
b. Stow, May 5, 1749; m. 1. Capt. Ebenezer Perry; they 
resided at xYlstead, X. Y. ; he was killed in the battle of 
Bemiing-ton, 1777, and about the same time she was further 
bereaved by the death of five sons, one son alone survivino- 
fi-om a ffunily of six children; m. 2. Samuel Mclntire ; j 
according to a letter of her brothei- John\ dated July 4, 
1821, she Avasat tJiat time living in Upper Canada ;' the 
Alstead town recoi'ds show nothing- of the family, and all 
trace of them has been lost. 



8839.^ Daniel^ (.^05), John^ Jolnr, Zecliarialr, Jolm\ 
b. June'G, 1750; m. Feb. 9, 1778, Sarah Kendall, b. Dec. 
6, 1761 ; d. June 12, 1845, aged 84; he settled on a por- 
tion of tlie AVhitman grant at Eosette, Annapolis Countv, 
and built his homestead on tlie farm now owned bv | 

Dimock Whitman' ; his descendants have, almost without | 

exception, been noted lor their strong religious sentiments, I 

their temi^erate habits and principles, not only witli regard i 

to the use of spirituous liquors but also in the use of ;l 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 656 

tobacco ; ill tlieir religioii.s beliefs they liave Ijeen devoted 
to the Br.|)tist church and ]la^•e su})plied luany able iniiiis- 
ters and devoted Vvorkers In that churcli ; he d. xVpril 23, 
1840, ao-edOO; lie. I. Sarah''; 11. Isaac''; 111. Mercy"; 
IV. JoluV'; V. Daniel'^; VI. Silas''; VII. Asaph''; VIIL 
Mary*^; IX. Zcchai'iah" ; X. Stei)lien''; XL Lois''. 

8840. I. Sakah'', b. Feb. 1, 1780; m. Feb. 1, 1810, 
Frederick, son of Den. Joseph Morton of AVilmot, X. S., 
b. April 5, 1780; d. Dec. 27, 18G4; a farmer; born and 
lived on what was, for many years, known as the " Ui'ick 
House" farm, this beino' the first brick honse e\ev built in 
the county; she d. May 10, 1825; 6 c, all b. AVilmot. 

SS41. 1. S.VUAH MoETox', b. Jan. 9, ISll ; m. Svyt., 1S2S, Amos 
Fales, b. Sept. 28, 1S02; d. Sept. 12, 1S74; a carpenter; she d. 
July, 1837 ; 3 c. 

8812. Sarah Fai.ksS, b. ^hu-eli 31, 1S31 ; m. Dec. 25, 1S51, 
Elias Fales ; residence, Melvern S'piare, Annapolis County ; 7 c. 

S843. Susan Evangeline Fales^ b. March •37, lS.>i ; m. Dec. 25, 1874, Eri W. 
Crocker ; residence, Melvern Square. 

8844. Mar}- Amelia Fales'\ b. June 10, 18o6 ; m. June 24, 1883, Theodore 
Hording Clemens ; residence, Melvern Square ; 1 c. 

8844a. Arthur Bradford Clemens='\ b. May 14, 1885. 

8845. Amos l^ent Fales-'. b. Nov. 15, 1S5S ; m. Jan. 1, 1880, Clarabel Brown; 
residence, Melvern Square ; 1 c. 

884G. Amos Russell Fales-'', b. Dec. 27, 1882. 

8847. Edith Sophro:iia Falcs'', b. Dec. 3, 1860; m. Nov. 12, 1884, James 
William Rand ; 1 c. 

8847a. Edith Estelle Rand^'\ b. Nov. IS, 1887. 

8848. Abigail Fale3-\ b. Feb. 14, 18G7 ; m. May 14, 1884, Leander Rand ; 2 c. 
8&18a. Reuben Elias Rand^", b. Feb. 27, 1SS5. 

8848b. Hattie L. Rand'", b. Sept. 30, 1886. 

8849. Joel Robert Fales-', b. Sept. 20, 1872. 

8850. Lilian B. Fales-', b. July 22, 1878. 

8851. Jane Falks^, b. May 2, 1833; m. Sept. 22, 1852, Levi 
Pliinney ; a farmer ; residence, So. Farnn'ngton ; 1 c. 

8852. Ella Maria Phillney^ b. Sept. 14. 1850. 

8853. Frederick Arthur Phinney", b. Aug. 4, 1858. 

8854. Lottie Amelia Phinney-', b. May 3. 1860 ; m. March, 1878, George 
Harris ; residence, Margaretville, N. S. ; 5 c. 

8855. Frederick Lurne Harris'", b. 3Iay 10, 1879. 

8856. Blanche Harris'", b. March 24, 1882. 
8856a. Stephen Guy Harris'", b. :\Iay 25, 18s3. 



C,5G THE DE.SCKXD.ANTS OF 

SS.Jfib. Ruby Iiiiogene JTarris'". b. Dec. '20, 18S4. 
8S5Gc. Cecil VauKbu Harris'", b. March 27, 18SG. 
8S57. Slephon James Phiuney-', b. July 3, 1S62. 

SS5S. :\rAT;Y Ann Falf.s^, h. Feb. 25, 1S85. 



m. 



8S59. 2. Da^mkl AViiitman ^Ioktox\ l». ]Murcli 22, 1S12 ; 
Jan. 12, ISoG, Margaret Bars.s ; a fanner; residence, Up]X;r Ayle? 
lord ; 1 0. 

88G0. Eliz-vbetr Morton ^^ 1>. New Germany, K. S., May S 
1839 ; m. June 16, 1858, Eev. .J. L. Reed of Avlesford ; 3 c. 

8861. Spurden A. Ree.P. b. May 27, ISGl. 

8862. Loring A. Reed'', b. Dec. 19, 1SG2. 

8803. Horace Jay Reed', b. June 20, 1SG9 ; d. May 10, 1872. 



8861. 3. Key. ZF.CHAinAn :Moktox", b. Oct. 16, 1813 ; m. 1818. 
Eliza "Waterlionse, danglitei' of Amos F. and Miriam (AVaterlionse) 
Gonld, b. Fyman, 'Me.: a baptist clergyman; at present, settled at 
Hallowell, 3Ic. ; 1 e. 

8865. WiirnrAx R. Morton ^ b. Oct. IT, 1850; m. Nov., 1ST8, 
Stella Woodrulf ; a clerk ; re.-Idence, Boston, Mass. ; 2 c. 

8886. Jesse W. Morton-', b. Nov. 17, 1879. 
88G7. Frederick W. Morton'-*, b. ^Farcb, 1S81. 

8868. Jesse Gould Morton ^ b. Jan. 5,1852; unmarried; resi- 
dence, Denver, Col. 

S869. MoKTON^b. ; d. 1856. 

8870. Dora Morton*, b. Feb. 14, 1859 ; d. umnarried, July 25, 

1880. 



8871. 1. Mary Morton', b. Juno 21, 1816; m. Xov. 5, 1835, 
"William Hawkins ; she d. Sept. 26, 1812; a farmer; residence. So. 
Farmington ; 1 c. 

8872. Sesan Hawkins"', b. Aug. 26, 1830 ; m. July 17, 1863, 
"William Gates ; residence, Gates Mountain, Wilmot ; 5 c. 

8873. 'William Burton Gates", b. May 30, 18G-1. 

8874. Almina Gates-', b. May 26, 1865. 

8875. Mary Gates-', b. Aug. 15, 1873. 

8876. Ada L. Gates'', b. June 16, 1875. 

8877. Frederick L. Gates'-', b. Oct. 11, 1879. 

8878. Zecuartah M. Hawi^ns'', b. Dec. 21, 1837; m. June 28, 
1865, ]\rary Ami Gates ; he is at ]>resent in Vancouver, B. C. ; his 
family reside at Middletuwn, X. S. : 7 c. 



JOHN ^\'f[JT.\!AX OF WEYMOUTH. 657 

SS79. Mary Eva Hawkins', b. ^larch -J, ls67. 

8SS0. Fre.iei-ick William Hawkins-', b. ; d. 186S. 

sssi, Laliab Lunetta Hawkiiii;'', b. June 2, 1870. 

8SS2. Ernest Z-cciiariali Hawkins-', b. Sept. 19, 1873. 

8883. Charles A. C. Hawkins", b. Z^Iarch 28. 1876. 

8884. George ZMarco Hawkin>'. b. Nov. 10, 1870. 

8885. Georj:,'ia P. Hawkins", b. July G. 1881. 

SSS6. OPAi.iAH S. ILuvKixs% I). Xov. 7, 1S89; m. July 13, 
1S6S, Faimie IJ. Ca-^.<idy ; iv^ideiice, So. Farmuigtoii ; 3 c. 

8887. Bessie A. Hawkins', b. Oct. 25, 1809. 

8888. AYilliam H. Hawkins-\ b. June 2-^, 1873. 

8889. Frederic B. Hawkins', b. Dec. 19, 1870. 

8S90. Fi;}:Di:rjrK [^roirrox Hawkins^, h. April 12, 1811; m. 
June 21, ISTO. Altbie liroMu, daughter of Eobert M. and Lucinda 
(Forbes) Baldv.-iu of Waliliaiu, Masc. ; residence, Waverly, Mass. ; 
1 c. 

8891. Hattie ^laud HawkLio-'. b. April 6, 1873. 



8892. 5. Susan Mokton*. b. JuIt 10, 1818 : m. Oct.. 1838, George 
Ballentiue ; a farmer ; roidenee. Salem, X. S. ; she d. Xov. 7, 1860 ; 
S c. 

8893. TTiLiJAAi Balluxtixk^, b. 1839 ; d. ISil. 

8894. Sai;ah Eallentuve", b. Aug. 20, 1811 ; m. Dee. 5, 1863, 
George Xeily : she d. Dee. 29, 1872; a farmer; residence. So. 
Farmington : 3 c. 

8895. Elwood Noily, b. Sept. 20, 1804. 

8896. Bertie Neily *, b. April 21. 1866. 

8897. Susanna Xeily-', b. Aug. 19, 1^67. 

8898. Xancy Ballkxtixe'5, b. April 4, 1813 ; m. Jan. 1, 1867, 
David Fales; siie d. Dec. 25, 1882; a wlicelwright ; residence, Vic- 
toria, AVilmot : .5 c. 

8899. Susan E. Fales-', b. Dec. 25. 1807. . ■ 

8000. AYilliamH. Fales-'. b. Dlc. n. 1870. . . , ' 

8901. Robert Stone Fales", b. Dec. 23, 1873. 

8902. Lcroy R. Fales-', b. May 22. 1876. 

8903. John B. Fales-\ b. Oct. 15, 1881. 

8904. Fkederick BallextixeS, b. June, 1846; d. Aug. 9, 1870. 

8905. Eev. Geouge X. Baelextixe^, Ij. Aug. 25, F848 ; m. 
Apri] 27, 187('. ^larv K., daughter of Elder John and Mary (Ma- 
gorinan) Bounesfell of AVolfvilio, b. Feb. 13,1850; from 1865-68 
was engaged a- a teaclier ; entered Ilorton Academy, 186)9, and 
pas.sed tirst tv.-o years of the college course; he had, in 1868, been 

42' 



G58 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

already licensed to preacli, and Oct., 1872, was regnlarly ordained; 
from June, IST^-Sept., 1ST5, wa^ settled in the niinistry at iS"o. 
]ji-ookfield, ^Fass., when he entered iNewton Theological Seminary, 
gradnatiiiir, June, 1ST8 ; was pastor of ^Maitland Baptist Chnrch 
till May, ISSO ; from IssO-Feh., ISSO, Avas settled over the Baptist 
Church at AVoodstock, X. 1>. ; present charge, Grotoii, Conn. ; 3 c. 

8900. Frank Uaddon Ballentinc^ b. Sept. 1, 1872 : d. lUarch IG, 1813. 

8906a. Harlan J. Ballentine^ b. April 28, 1S74. 

8906b. George Loving Ballentine-', b. ^Inj 25 ; d. Sept. 11, 1880. 

8907. lamF.irr Bali.eatink^ b. May 22, 1852 ; d. July, 1873. 

8908. John Ballentixe^, h. May 14, 1851- ; d. Oct. 19, 1883; 
lie was d)'«»wned at ]M(>ntreal while engaged in assisting a stranded 
steamer ; In's body was nor recovered ; nnmarried. 

8909. Ella Ballextexe*, b. 'May 1, 185G ; m. ]\lay 5, 1880, 
Eugene, son of Charles I), and ^largaret (Fitch) Cleveland, b. Clai-- 
cnce, jS. S., Aug. 17, 1857; a farmer ; residence, Eoundthwaites, 
P. O. Brandon Hills, Manitoba; no is>ue. 



8910. C. ]iEv. EoEERT Stoxe Moetox', b. June 8, 1820; m. 
Sept. 29, 181L1, Hannah Barker Moi'se ; he settled at AVihnot ; Fel>. 
13, 1852, was ordaijied as an evangelist and devoted most of his 
active ministei'ial life to this work ; has preached the Gospel in 
one hundred and sixteen meeting-houses and as many othei' l»uildings, 
traveling in all j^arts of Xova Scotia and Cape Breton Island ; has 
baptized over two hniidred persons, mostly the fruits of his ow]i 
labors ; Sept. 18, 18C8, he suffered paralysis of the lower limbs, the 
effects of a fall, from which he has l)een a constant sufferer arid 
most of the time bed-ridden ; residence, Millville, Aylesford, Kiiigs 
Co. ; T c, all 1). AYilmot. 

8911. BtOBEET Aleeet MoetoxS, 1). Sept. 3, 1812 ; m. Sept. 3, 
1805, Lavinia: Miller; he d. Jan. 29, 1870 ; 3 c. 

8913. Zebei-t Alvah 3Iorton'', b. June, 1866 ; d. Feb., 1868. 

8913. Frank Stone Morton", b. Aug. 7, 1868. 

8914. Addie DeWolf Morton'', b. 1870. 

8915. James Feede\axd Mortox^'', b. Jan. 24, 1814; m, Xov. 
2, 1809, Caroline Edwards, daughter of Ilcv. S. F. Smith of Xewton, 
Mass. ; graduated at iS ewton Theological Semir.ary, 1809 ; 4 c. 

8916. James Ferdinand Morton, Jr,», b. Oct. 18, 1870. 
891 r.a. Mary White .Morton'', b, Aug. 2, 1872. 

8917. Sanmel Francis Smitli Morton^ b. Dec. 23, 1874. 

8918. Nelson Glazier Morton^ b. Jan. 6, ISSl. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WPn'MOUTlI. 059 

8U10. Sa]:.mi Jane '^loivnj^^, h. Jii]y 9Jl ISIO ; m. Sept. 3, 1^75, 
Cliark's AVesley Main ; .<lie <j,-radnateO at tho Colley^o of J^hysicians 
and Surg-eoiiSj Boston, ]*Jass., 1SS2, and is uow pi'acticing- in tliat 
city ; 2 c. 

81)20. llonry ^laill^ b. July G. 1ST7 ; d. July 3, 187S. 
8921. Robert B. Morton Maiii", b. July 2. 1ST!). 

Sv)22. Lavinia Alice AIoirroNS, b. April 12, 1848; d. Aug. G, 
1861. 

8923. Sy]!1l :MoETox^ b. April 15, 1850; d. July 3, 1S5P.. 

8924-. Ellen Laliaii :Moi:TON^ b. March 2-1, 1851: ; d. Jan. 18, 
1882. 

8925. PLvNNAH Eliza Mokton^, b. jSTov. 28, 1856 ; unmarried. 



8926. II. Isaac'', b. Feb. 7, 1782; ni. 1803, Maiy 
Hendr}^, and soon after settled u]30ii a farm at New Albany, 
Annapolis County ; a liigbly resj^ected member of the 
community; the folloAving' is taken from a notice pub- 
lished at the time of his death, wliichi occurred, Feb. 27, 
1835: 

'' Foi- a period of about twenty-one years he belonged 
to the Xictaux Cliurch ; frequently, after toiling- hard 
through the week, he had walked to Nictanx, a distance of 
twelve miles, heard two sermons and i-eturned home tlie 
same evening ; althougli not regularly inducted into the 
pastoral oflice, yet to some extent, it may be said, he per- 
formed the work of a pastor; tlierc M^ere some particular 
traits in liis cliaracter which endeared him to all -svho knew 
liim; he was given to hospitality; it was no unconnnon 
occurrence for twenty or thirty to lodge at his friendly 
dwelling at the same time ; his liouse was a veritable 
home to tlie ministei's of the Gospel; he was remarkable 
for his humility ; he was a peace-maker ; in a word, he ^^■as 
a consistent Christian ; he expired witliout a struggle, in 
the arms of everlasting love ;" 8 c. 



8927. 1. AViLLiAM IlENDitY^, b. Xov. 6, 1805; m. 1. Dec. 11, 
1845, Mrs. Sarali Ann Croiisi- ; she d. Dec. 4, 1887; m. 2. Liver- 



600 THE r)ESCEXl)AXTS OF 

pool, X. S., June 22, 184S, Lydia Jaiic, only daiii,^liter of the late 
William ]\l;mthomc of ^[ill- Villaa'c ; as a boy lie learned the trade 
of tanner and. shoemaker ; after he became of ai;:e, he Avas for rnauy 
years eno;a(i;ed as a teacher ; at |)rescnt, a farmer ; residence, JJear 
Itiver; S c, all Imt the eldest l>y 2d m. 

892S. Sakaii Anx^ b. Sept. IS, Is-IG: m. Xevr Albany, Jan., 
1874, Timothy E. AVilson ; a farmer; residence, Dalhousie East, 
X. S. ; 8 c. 

8929. Er.;bcrt L. ^Vilson^ b. Sept. 5G. 1^74. 

8929a. Idella B. Wilson-', b. Nov. 21, 1875. 

8900. Cora D. WUsou^ b. May 31, 1877. 

8931. Wilburt S. Wilson", b. Feb. 9, 1879. 

8932. Gleuford Park Wilson-', b. Nov. 23, 1880. 

8933. Erna M. Wil<on% b. Sept. 14, 18&2. 
8933a. Ahna L. "^Vihon^ b. July 9. 1884. 
8933b, Nina C. Wilson", b. Feb. 2, 1888. 

8934. Maey Helexa^ b. Mills "Milage, Sept. 26, 1849 ; m. Bear 
River, Feb. 24, ISTO, Isaac Delong ; a Inmbfn-man ; I'esidence, Bear 
Kivcr ; 1 c. 

8935. William Clarence Belong^ b. May 13, 1879. 

8936. James William EIakyey^, b. Mills Tillage, Sept. 2S, 
1852 ; a shoemaker ; residence, Stcneham, Mass. ; d. unmarried, 

Nov., i8sr. 

8937. Mercy Jaxe S.^ b. ::*rills Tillage, April 20,1855; resi- 
dence, 31 Barker st., Chai'lestown ; ' unmarried. 

8938. Arthur AVillardV b. Xo. Brookfleld, Sept. 4, 1857; 
d.Maitland, X. S., Oct. 15, 1805. 

8939. Lypia Eliza*, b. Bleasant Ba\'er, ^fay 21, 1 861 ; m. Boston, 
:Mass., July 14, 1882, William B. Hilton; residence, 31 Cambridge 
St., Ohailestown ; he is in the em])loy of a raili'oad company; no 
issue. 

8940. Lilly Amelia'?, b. Pleasant Eiver, Oct. 10, 1863; m. 
Connvallis, Aug. 12, 1880, Alfred Martin; a farmer of Gas- 
peraux; residence, 31 Barker st., C/harlestown ; 1 c. 

8941. Eva Martin», b. Aug-. 9, 1881. 

8942. Bertha^, b. Bear liiver, Eeb. 9, 1867; at home. 



8943. 2. Dk. SiMEOX F.^ b. Aug. 12, 1807; m. Boston, April 
4, 1847, Loranna S. Quinton ; a dentist; residence, Bridgeto\vn, 
K S. ; he d. Due. 22, 1883 ; no i=;sue. 



JOILV WiriTMAX OF WEYMOrTII. GOl 

8944. 3, Joiix\ 1>. Jan. IT,, 1800; m. 1. Sept. 19, ls?,-2, Samli 
S. Jk'als; she d. July 10, 18(33; m. '2. June 5, 1804, Sarali 1-Vleli; 
she d. July 23, 1873; a I'anvier; residence, LaAvrencctuwii ; 0. c. 

8945. Isaacs b. Ja7i. ir». 1834; in. June 21, 1^55, Maria L., 
danglitcr of Jaco1) and Ik't.scy (White) li.mfe, b. 1830; a fanner; 
residence, near ^ictaux; he united witli "the church at Xictaux, 
1S50;" lie d. Oct. 18, 1802; 2 c. 

8910. Jo]iii Wallace-', b. Jan. 5, ISo? ; iii. Juno lo, ISSO. Mary Ella, daughter 
of James and Amelia Dol-.son, b. Lancetown, N. S., June S, 1S5'J : a 
carpenter: residence, 84 Telegraph st., So. Boston. 

8917. James Manning'', b. Jan. 7 ; d. June 31, 18G'3. 

8948. Silas-, b. March 31, 1830; ni. Auo'. 4, 1800, rTelen P. 
Leonard, b. Dec. 20, 1841 ; residence, Xew xVlbany ; 12 c. 

8949. Alice Amelia'', b. Dec. 4. ISG? : m. Newton. Mass., Nov. 9. 18S7, George 
E., son of Edward B. and Adolia Trowbridge, b. :\Jarch 28, 1S63. 

8950. Robie Garner-', b. Sept. 1G, l^Cl. 

8951. Cliarles Spurgf''.>n'', b. April 7. ISiu. 
895-3. Clara'. 1j. Api-il ;5, 18G9. 

805.3. Asaph', b. July 3. 1871. 

8954. Ella Louisa'', b. Marcli 10, 1873. 

8955. Maynard Burpee'-', b. June 15. 1 875. 
S95G. James Planning", b. May 2, 1^77. 

8957. Eva^ b. Marciro, 1879. ' 

8958. "\Villia7n Ansley-', b. Sept. C. ISil. 

8959. John Parker-', b. April lu, 1883. \ 
S9G0. Minnie'', b. Oct. 22, 1885. 

8901. Sarah Eliza^, b. May 3, 1838 ; m. Dec. 3, 1857, Ambrose 
L., son of Jacob and Betsey ("\7]iite) J3anks ; she d. Xov. 30, 1801 ; 
2 c. 

8905. Willard A. Banks^ b. Dec. 53. 1859; m. Nov. 10, 1880, Laura', daugh- 
ter of Arod and Diadaray (Whitman") McNair, b. Oct. 13, 1857 : a 
farmer ; residence, Lawrencetown, N. S. ; no issue. 

89G3. Ingram Leander Banks-', b. Aug. 31, 18G1. 

8904. James Albert', U ^ov. 12, 1842; ni. ^ov. 10, 1^03, 
Sarah Jane'', daughter of Amos' and Mary Ann (Ilannam) Wliit- 
man ; a farmer ; residence, Inglesville ; 9 c. 
8965. Samuel Ebcr'^, b. Sept. 19, 1604. 

8906. Florence-', b. July 7, 1800. 

8967. Eulilia'-', b. Aug. 34, 1809. 

8968. Albert Ernest', b. Oct. 3, 1871. 

89G9. Myrtle', b. J.^^; J- 34, 1873. 

8970. Mary Ella', b. June 8. 1874. 

B971. Millie^', b. June 10. 1870. 

8973. Lena', b. Marcli 34, 1880. 

8973. At^vood^ b. April 23, 1883. 



662 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

8974. :^[ATILDA^ h. May 30, 1845; m. Mardi 20, 18t'2, 
Anil>rosc L. luanks, her brother-in-law; slic d. Jan. 3, 1S(37; resi- 
dence, Ini;-lesville ; 1 c. 
8075. Rupert Banks', b. :\Iay 27, 1865. 

SOTO. AsAiiEL^, l>. Fch. 12; d. Feb. 13, 1847. 



8977. 4. JosEi'ir, b. Feb. 5, 1811; m. Oct. S, 1885, Abigail 
Oakes, b. 1805; d. Jan. 27, 1S8G; a farmer; residence, ISew 
Albany ; 5 c. 

8978. rniNEAS% b. Sept. 11, 1830 ; m. Oct. 30, 1800, Sarah 
Clark, b. Sept. 25, 1838 ; a teacher ; is general agent for the V>ii]> 
tist Book and Tract S.^ciety of Halifax; his family reside on his 
farm at New Albany; has been of gi-eat assistance in obtaining the 
record of the Xova Scotia families ; 7 c. 

8979. Eruiina L.^ b. Oct. 24, 1S63. 

8980. Melbourne B.-', b. Nov. 5, 18G5. 

8981. Bessie CordeIia\ b. Feb. 8, 1808. 
8983. Stella :\Iay-', b. July 29, 1870. 

8983. Arthur Howard', b. Aug. 9, 1873. 

8984. Elbert Judson-', b. Sept. 3, 1S7G. 

8985. Flora Laleah ', b. May 24, 1878. ^ 

898G. Caroline Louisas, b. Dec. 12, 1838; m. Xov. 8, 1S81, 
Henry Andrews of Ingram Eiver, Halifax County; is Deputy 
Crown Land Surveyer and a teacher. 

8987. x\lfreds, b. Aug. 20, 1843 ; m. Dec. 24, 1803, Llenrietta 
Milbury, b. March 20, 1840 ; a farmer and merchant ; residence, 
Waterville, N. S. ; 7 c. 

8989. Lemuel J.', b. Jan. 29, 1805. 

8990. Bertha L.», b. Sept. 13, 1867. 

8991. Melvin G.^ b. Oct. 17, 1869. 

8992. Norman A.^ b. Dec. 18, 1871. 

8993. Edna G.% b. Oct. 21, 1874. 

8994. Thomas G. S.^ b. May 14, 1877 ; d. Nov. 9, 1883. 

8995. George Talmage', b. Sept. 1, 1882. 

8996. Charles Albert\ b. April 1, 18-44 ; m. Oct. 11, 1870, 
Annie Duncan ; residence, St. Margaret's Bay, ILdifax County ; 2 c. 

8997. Eva Blanche*, b. Avg. 30, 1871. 

8998. Marian Myrtle-', b. Sept. 4, 1879 ; d. Aug. 30, 1880. 

8999. W^ITFIELD^ b. Sept. 8, 1840 ; m. Xov., 1809, Sarah J. 
Milbury; a farmer; residence, Cleveland, Annapolis County; 3 c. 

9000. Vernon', b. June, 1870. 

9001. Cora-', b. July, 1875. 

9002. Mary Orissa", b. 3Iay, 1882. 



JOHN' WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 603 

9003. 5. Thomas AixsLEY^, 1). Dec. 15, 1813; m. 1. Dec. It, 
1R30, Mary June Oakcs ; she d. ^[;ircli 23, 18-1-9; m. 2. Feb. 12, 
1850, Susanna P. Gates; a sliocn)aker; residence, Xew Albany; 
he d. Awj:- 13, 1878, after a h>ng and painful illness, durinp; whieli 
lie displayed great fortitude aiid ])a(icnce, maintaining to the last 
Ids characteristic cheerfulness and affability; 17 c. 

900JL. Simeon Fkeemax«, b. Xov. 24, 1811 ; ni. July 7, 1805, 
Florilla Cnslmian, daughter of Simeon F. Waterman, b. Pleasant 
Piver, April 13, 1843; a farmer ; residence, Clcmeutsport ; G c. 

9005. Charles Spurgeon-', h. Aug. 9 : d, Oct. 11, 18G7. 

9006. Lcauder Smith'', b. June 21, 1SG9. 

9007. Cynthia Leigliton^ b. Feb. 2;^, 1871. 
9U08. Minnie Etta'', h. Jan. 14, 1873. 

9009. Bessie Rebecca', b. Dec. 15, 1875. 

9010. Archie Freeman ', b. Aug. 20 ; d. Aug. 25, 1879. 

9011. Carmen S.«, b. June 21, 18-13 ; m. 1. Marlborough, :^^ass., 
Josie L. Robinson of Gardner, Mass., b. 1853; d. March, 1878; m. 
2. iSTov. 23, 1882, Gertrude Forrest Pugglcs of Clementsport ; he 
resided for sixteen years at Marlborough; has recently returned 
to Nova Scotia, and is now engaged in farming at Upper Clements ; 
2 c. by 2d m. 

9012. Ralph Hart- , b. Sept. 15, 188H. 

9013. Carrie May^ b. Oct. 31, 1885. 

9011. Asa MIN■^A^ b ; d. Feb. 4, 1845. 

9015. Henry Shaw*, b. June 10, 1848 ; m. Marlborougli, 
July 9, 1871, Mary E. Fairbanks; a shoemaker; residence, Marl- 
borough ; 3 c. 

90in. Ina Adelaide'', b. Dec. 31, 1871. 

9017. Mary Edith-', b. Oct. 10, 1873. 

9018. Daisy G.^ b. Sept. 15, 1875 : d. June 25, 1880. 

9019. Handley Chipmans, b. Nov. 13, 1851 ; m. Feb. 12,1876, 
^[rs. ^[elzina (Millbury) Banks ; he d. without issue, April 24, 1877 ; 
his widow resides at Middletowu, jST. S. 

9020. Mary Jane^ \ d. April 1, 1853. 

Vb. Dec. 9, 1852; 

9021. Ann Eliza^ ) 

9022. Delbert Ainsley^, b. Feb. 21, 1850; m. June 19, 1878, 
Mary Laura Cam|)bell ; a clerk in a store at The Dalles, Oregon ; 3 c. 

9023. Herbert Ainsley'', b. April 30, 1879. 

9024. Grace Louisa^ b. Sept. 17, 1881. 

9025. Alexander CoUinS, b. March 8, 1884. 



CG-l THE DE^^CEXDAXTS OF 

902G. IJERTICE Xeily^ 1). Jan. 20, 1S:.G: d. Aug. 2G, ISSO. 

0027. IxniiAAi -Irix^oxs, b. Fob. 15, lS5t>. 

902S. :\[aiiy Ella«, b. Sc])!. S. ISGl ; ni. Jan. 21, 18S3. Manfred 
A. DcWitt; iv-^idfiiee, \:\>\K'r Clciaonls, X. S. 

9020. Lalia Sopiiroxia'^, 1). Xov. 15, 18G?. ; m. Marlburonoh^ 
Jujie 2G, 1882, Ciiarle^ G., .sun of Miirdocb and Aids (Mar^luill; 
Whitman, b. ^larbleliead, Mass.; die d. Nov. 10, 1883 

9030. William ALREJiT^ b. Dec. 18, 18G5. 

0031. ACxXES Ame].ia^ b. Oct. >i, 1867 ; d. M;iy 1, 1808. 

9032. AxxETTA J.^ 1). Marcli 3, 1809. 

9033. IIalmiece Melzixa^ 1). July 17, 1871. 

9034. Ekxest !.]■ slie^ b. Jan. 2s ; d. Aug. 24, 1870. 



9035. G. Eliza's b. Oct. 20, 181-i: nn May 7, 1S3J-, Jesse Oakes. 
b. Jan. 1, 1809 ; a farmer ; residence, Xoav Ali)any, where she d. 
March 17, 1809: a "devoted Chri>t.ian and model mother, trairnng 
lier cldldren in the fear of the Lni'd, laboring faithfully in the 
Sal)bath-school and Biidc class;" 10 c. 

9030. Tho.mas Albert Oak Es^ b. July 15, 1835; m. N"ov. 20, 
1850, Esther', youngest daughter of Daniel^, aud Jane (Banks) AVhit- 
n:tan, b. Oct 2, 1833 ; a farmer; residence, Albany ; no issue. 

9037. James E. Oakes^ b. Jan. 28, 1837; m. Jan. 22, 1802, 
Sophronia F., daughter of John H. and Sarah C. (Neily) Barteaux, 
b. Xictaux, l>r. S., Aug. 10, 1811; a farmer; residence, Xictaux ; 
2 c. 

903S. Clara J. Oakes-', b. April 14, 1805. , 
9039. Eli/.abpth S. Oakes*, b. Feb. 19, 1872. 

9010. William IL Oakes', b. Xov. 7, 1838 ; m. Oct. 30, 1S72, 
Amelia J. Iliiri-is ; a carpenter and Inulder ; residence, Portland. 
Ore. ; 3 c. 

9041. Caroline Oako'v', b. Dec. 5, 1S73. 
9013. Etlicl M. Oakes'S b. Sept. 15. 1875. 
9048. Roy W. Oakes'. b. Oct. IS, 18^1. 

9014. George W. OAKES^ 1). July 3, 1810; m. June 28, 1800, 
Angelina Jvempti.'n ; he d. June 23, 1808 ; no issue ; (she m. 2. 
Thomas Harris, who el. ;) she resides l^ear lliver. 

9045. Maria A. Oakes^ b. April 21, 1811 ; m. Oct. 21, 1875, 
W. L. Chittick ; a blacksmith; residence, Plantsport; 2 c. 



JOHX WiriT.MAN OF AVEYMOUTII. 665 

<.)0M.;. Burpee L. Chittick', b. July 17. 187G. 
i)!)17. Victor L. O. C:hittick'', b. Feb. 19. It^SO. 

uolrS. Isaac W. Oakes', 1). Oct. s, 1S43 ; d. April 2?>, ISr.-j. 

1)019. Ada S. Oakes\ 1). :\I;iy 4, 1815 ; m. A'uv. S, 1S71, AVeston 

Harris; residence, Uear KiNcr ; 3 c. 

ri050. Albert AVelling-tou H.irris', b. Oct. 2, 1873. 
!iO-')l. Arthur Stanley Harris', b. Aj.ril 17, 1874. 
0052. Rupert Harris', b. Feb. 1, lb7G. 

0053. Ingram ErRPEE Oakes-, b. Xov. IG, IS-IG: ni. Jan. 3, 
1S7S, Elizabeth Jardine Smith of liichihiicts, X, B. ; he is inspector 
of scliools for Charlotte and Simslnirj Counties, X. B. ; residence, 
St. Ste]jhen, jS". B. : no issue. 

9054. Jessie Eeiza Cakes', 1). March 5 ; d. April 5, ISIS. 

9055. Mary Louis.v 0.\keS'. h. Jan. 15, 1851; m. Sept. IT, 
ISSO, William S,'', son of Zeebariah' and Susannah (Iluchinson) 
Whitman, b. Feb. 10, 1S52; residence, 21G E. 79th St., iS\ Y. City ; 
see line. 



9056. 7. Mercy', b Sept. 3, ISlO; m. 1837, James', son of John 
and Lydia (Whit]nan«) Merry, 1). May 2G, 1810; she d. May 9, 
1811; he m. 2. ISll, Elizalioth Ifendry; see line; 1 c. 

9057. Mary Eliza Meery^, b. Aug. 11, 1S3S ; m. June 26, 

1859, James Stoddard: a farmer; I'esideuce, Spi'ingfield, X. S. ; 

3 c. 

905S. Ira Lee Stoddard-', b. July 6, 1870. 

90.j9. Carmen CHlYord Stoddard-', b. 3Iarch 11. 1873. 

90G0. Eliza Alberta Stoddard', b. Nov. 2Q, 1878. 

9061. 8. Mary Axx', b. April S, 1S23 ; m. :\[ay 1, 1 812, Haiulley ', 
sou of John and Lydia (Whitman *5) Merry, b. Jan. 12, 1811; a 
farmer; residence. Albany; 13 c. 

9002. Mercy E. Merrys, 1). May 17, 1813 ; m. Oct. 7, 1SG9, 

Simeon Peters ; a farn^er an<l celebrated trapper ; residence, Sunny 

Mead via Whitcwood, Xortlnvest Territory, Canada; 7 c. 

90G3. Mary Berlina Peters', b. Aug. 19, 1S70. 

90G4. Frederick L. Peters', b. May 12, 1S7'2. 

90Go. Sydney A. Peters', b. May -1, 1874. 

90G6. Ethel Bertie Peters'-', b. An-, lo, 1876. 

90G7. Clara Tripliene Peters--, b. Oct. 1, 1879. 

9UG8. Nettie Grace Peters"', / 

»0G9. Ellie Jane Peter. ', i '^- J^"" ^~' ^'^^- 

9070. Josephine E. Merry^ b. Sept. 1, 1811; d. July 23, 1816. 



C)(Mj THE DESCEXiJANTS OF 

90V1. ]a'J)IA L. ^^rEUHV^, b. April 3, ISlC; m. Enoch, son of 
Georgo aiul ^Margaret (Merry) Knitriii, \>. May 21, lS-J-3 ; -i c. 

9072. Enoch Harvey Ivniniu', b. Sept. 4, 1800. 

9070. Clarissa 3Iau.l Kiiifnu-', b. May '27, IbTG. 

9074. Miliord Kuillin-'. h. Moc. 27. 1S77 ; d. .Sept. 25, 1878. 

9075. Dora ]May Kniliiir', b. July o, 1S7S. 

9076. JoHX II. Metiiu''^ l>. Jan. 21, ISIS ; uiirnarried. 

9077. Isaac Hermox ]\[eki;Y', 1). Mareli 1, 1850; in. xlpri] 12, 
1870, Amelia Itbodtv^ : a fanner; residence, Albany ; 4 c. 

9078. Howard :Merry-', b. June '35, 1S7S. 

9079. Cora .May Merry% b. ^lay 22, l^^SO. 

9080. Burpee Merry'-, b. Feb. 20, 18>1. 

9081. Winnii'red Merry'', b. Jon. IG, 18^5. 

90S2. Edward A. Merry-, b. Nov. 17, 1851 ; m. Maretfca Hines. 

9083. Axgelixa Merry% i 

U). April 2, 1851; 

9084. Mary Jaxe .Merry?, ) m. Dec. 20, 1S7G, 
E. S. Prentiss, a teacliei- ; 3 c. 

9085. Lena S. Prentiss-', b. Oct. 7. 1877. 

9086. Harris P. Prentiss', b. July s, 1S79. 

9087. Minnie Letitia Prentiss', b. April 16, 1885. 

9088. AViLLiA^i Wallace aIerry*, h. June 28, 1850; m. Oct. 
7, .1881, Annie, dangliter of Harris Prentiss of Xew Albany; 1 c. 
9089. Harry Prentiss Merry', b. Sept. 20, 1885. 

9090. Charles A. Merry^ h. June 30, 1858 ; d. July I, 1883. 

9091. IIerbert a. Merry^, b. April 20, 1861. 

9092. Guilford D. Merry *, b. Peb. 18, 1865. 



9098. IIL Mercy', b. ^hiy 12, 1784; d. Dec. 20, 1785. 

9094. IV. John'', b. May 4, 17.8(); rn. Ann Harris; lie 
d. Aj^ril 12, 184G ; "as a pioneer iji the Baptist clmrcli of 
Nova Scotia he gave freely of his means ; he ^vas noted 
for his earnestness and devotion to the cause of the divine 
Redeemer ; instant in season and out of season, beloved 
and revered of all, he suddenly stepiped off the earthly 
stage of his activity to walk in white the ' pearly streets ' 
and dwell forever near the throne ;" 2 c. 



JOHN wihtm;an of weymoutu, 607 

0005. 1. Carolixp:', b. July 4, 1S23 ; m. Dec. 2S, 18-18, Dimock^ 
son of Daniel*'' and Ami (Dykeuimi) Wliitman, 1). July 24, 1812; 
she cl. Oct. 9, 1870; see line. 

9096. 2. AbKt.ml Ann", b. 1825; m. Feb. 19, 1844, Tsothan 
J[cnry, son of Jleiny and Sarali (Eandall) Saunder^, b. 1820! 
residence, Bridi;v}>oi't, where ^lie d. July 25, 1855; he d. Tronont, 
N. S., July 22, 1882; 5 c, ;ill h. Brid^-port. except eldest. 

9097. Adonjkam J. SAUNDEiiss, b. May 18. 1840; m. Feb. 3, 
1875, Isabella, daughter of Obadiah and Kebecca (Ward) Saunders, 
b. Aug. 20, 1856; residence, 42() Western ave.,Lynn, Mass. ; 1 c. 
OODS. Eva J. Saundcrs\ b. Nov. 1, 1S80. 

9099. John W. Saunders^ b. March 14, 1848 ; m. Oct. 9, 1871, 
Martha Albennia Wood; lied. Sept. 25, 1874; she resides at Fyun, 
?tlass. ; 1 c. 
iJlOO. Burpee Saunders', Jan. 10, 1873. 

9101. Hexey B. Saunders^ b. Jan. 24, 1850; ni. xVpril, 1884, 
Martha Durgee ; residence, West Port, K. S. 

9102. Caroltxe D. Sauxj)£rs% b. March 15, 1852 ; rn. Xov. 7, 
1881, Thomas C4ilbert, son of jS'athaniel and ]\Iary Ann (Kelly) 
Saunders, b. March 21, 1850; residence, 103 Summer st., Lynn, 
Mass. ; 1 c. 

9103. Leon Elniei- Saunders-\ b. July 15, 1SS4. 

9104. David B. Sauxders^ b. Aug. 26, 1854; d. Feb. 18, 
1868. 

0105. y. Daniel'', b. July 12, 1791; m. 1. Feb. 28, 
1811, Ann D3'keman ; she d. Ma}-, 1817; m. 2. Feb. 6, 
1821, Jane Banks; lie settled on a farm at New Albany, 
near his brother Isaac, "whose mantle seemed to have 
• lescended upon him ;" he came to his end by accident ; 
in running out a sled suddenly, the end of the tongue 
.'Struck liim in tlie stomach, and after sufferino- about 
t^venty-four hours he ex])ired ; his death occurred, Feb. 
-o, I860; she d. Oct., 1887; 11 c. 



'•'106. 1. DiMOCK', b. July 24, 1812 ; m. 1. April 7, 1835, Frances 
McLaughlin ; she d. April 24, 1818 ; m. 2. Dec. 28, 1848, Caroline", 
dauu-hter of JohnS and Ann (Harris) Whituum, b. July 4, 1823; d. 
Oct. 9, 1870; m. 3. Oct. 17, 1871, Mrs. Ann F. Craig; upon the 



COS THE DESCENDANTS OF 

death of liis i;-r;m<.lfatlicr he >neceodeJ to hi.s lioiucstead, whoro lie 
lias since re.vided ; altlioiiuh iiov/ over seventy years of age, lie is as 
active and vigon^us as many a younger man ; in his ytjnthful days 
he was noted for his feats of strength and endurance: ho liimself 
says that in a day's work lie has pitched tliirty-two tons of marsli 
hay, and once sj)]it 2,500 oak staves also in a single d;iy''s work: 
20 c. 

9107. Adoxira^: J.^ b. Xov. 10, 1S35; d. Dec. 23, ISoG. 

910S. SAiiAH Jane^ K Feb. 17, 1837; m. Dec. 25, 1862, John 
II. Healy; a merchant, and manager of Eound ilill Wooden 
Ware Co. ; 7 c. 

9109. Nettie ITealy'\ b. Dec. 25, 1803. 

9110. Cora A. nealy% b. May 80, LS65. 

9111. Frank H. Ilealy-', b. Oct. 5. 1867. 
9113. Arcliibald W. Healy"', b. Feb. 10, 1870. 

9113. Fanuie Healy", b. April 9, 1S73. 

9114. Rosa M. Heaiy^ b. Feb. 2-i, 1S74. 

9115. Grace L. Healy-', b. Dec. 24, 1878. 

911G. C^ARLES^ b. .March 2, ISP.O ; m. Jnne 9, iSCi, Annie', 
daughter of John and I)orinda (Whitnian^^) AIcDormand, b. Aug. 
21, 18-1' ' ; a farmer ; residence, Emerson, Manitolta ; 1 c. 
9117. Charles Alfred', b. Sept. 1, 1865. 

9118. SILAS^ b. March 1, 18il ; m. ISOS, Mary Bailey; he d. 
April 21. 1809 ; no issue. 

9119. Joiixs, b. May 20, 18-13; m. Feb. 11, 1S73, Eosie A., 
danghter of Eldred and Carrie V\'^ittcr (Fockwell) Calioon. 1). Port 
Medway, N. S., March 28, 1S50; a farmer; residence, Emerson; 
3 c. 

9120. Roy='. b. Halifax, N. S., Feb. 5, 1878. 

9121. Fred. Cahooir', b. Emerson. June 1, 1880 ; d. Jan. 10, 1831. 

9122. Ethel Arvilla', b. Emersoji, Sept. 12, 1881. 

9123. ]\[ARy Elizas, ],. . ± Yeh. 10, 1815. 

9124:. Uky. Edward-, b. April 6, 184-5; ni. Bessie Bnrke ; a 
clergyman ; at pj-esent, settled at Chaidottetown, P. E. 1. ; -l c. 

9125. Bessie-', b. 1872. 

9120. Louisa 

9127. Edward'. 

9128. Frederick'-'. 

9120. Harriet^ b. ; d. April 24, 1848. 

9130. Harriet A^^ianda^ b. Xov. 20, 1849; m. Kov. 19, 1870. 
Thomas Henry, son of Henry amd Sarah (Ennnons) ]Slagec. b. Jan. 
17, 1851 ; residence, 19 Xotlingham st., Lynn, Mass. ; 2 c. 



jony AV]iiT>rAx of wey.moutii. 669 

'M'M. Frederick Emmons MaKOc", b. July 3, 18S(). 
fti;iO. Ernest Cicorge Magee', b. Oct. 10, ly^i. 

*.ii;33. ^VsATii'', b. ]Marcli S, 1851 ; nuirricd, ISSC, Fader; 

a licensed ]>reaelier; residence, Watcrville, Hants C\x, N. S. 

1)J;M:. Emily Adelia"", 1.. May 11, 1S52 ; d. Aui;-., IS.jT. 

l)i;-)5. Fkancks Axx'', b. July 17, 1S53 ; m. Solomon Xowhall; 
residence, E. Sau^icus, ^lass. 

9136. Daniel EuKrEE^, b. Feb. IV, 1S55 ; residence, Boston, 
Mass. 
0137. YriLLiAM JoiiNSTOx', b. ^^arcll 28, 18.!)7 ; d. Sept. 1,1859. 

9138. George AinrsTKOXG', -^ b. j\,iy r,, 1859 ; residence, Eiiier- 

9139. Williams, i s'"^", -Alanitoba. 

9140. Emily*, b. Ang. 26, 1861. 

9141. JosErH DniocK^ b. Xov. 1, 1862. 

9142. Isaac Clayton?, b. May 7, 18G4. 

9143. r.UPERT P. 8, b. May 3, 1869. 



9144. 2. Sarah xVnn', b. j\[ay 11, 1814; rn. June 6. 1837, 
John McKeoAYn, b. xVpril 12, 1797; residence, Lawrencetown ; she 
d. March 11, 1872 ; 4 c. 

9145. John McKeown^ b. March, 17. 1838; m. 1. Oct. 27, 

1863, Abigail IJaniels; ni. 2. Pee. 25, 1873, Amanda Barteaux ; 

residence, Lawreuceto^\•n ; 3 c. 

9UG. Annie L. McKeown^, b. April 2\, 18GS. 
914T. Sarali A. :\[cKeown'\ March U. ISTS. 
9148. Kate B. McKeown'-', b. Sejjt. 11, 1880. 

9149. ^YILLIAM McKE0WN^ b. Aug. 27, 1843; m. Dec. 12, 

1S65, Rebecca Hodges; residence, Lawrencetown; 3 c, 

9b50. ]\rin]iio McKeown% b. Dec. 20, 18G0 ; m. 1886. Charles Clearn of Ljnm, 

Mass. 
91ol. Hattie McKeown-', Feb. 13. 1809. 
91.V2. Charles X. McKeown'*, b. Aug. 7, 1879. 

9153. Alice McKeown*, b. July 4, 1848; m. June 2, 1877, 
Jacob Goss ; residence, Lynn, Mass. ; no issue. 

9154. Emma ]\[cKeown*, b. Aug. 26, 1853; m. June 2, 1877, 
James Neroth; residence, Lynn, Mass.; no issue. 



9155. 3. ^Lvry", b. r^rarcli 26, islG ; m. :\[anning ^Marshall ; she 
is dead ; 2 c. 



670 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

91o5a. irattie I\I;ir.sliall' ; residence, Uiiited States. 

9155b. ^faggie ^laishalP, h. ; m. Cog.^well ; re.i- 

deiice, near Boston ; 3 c, names unknown. 



915G. -1. ZeciiapjaH', h. Jan. 30, 1S18 ; m. May 22, 1845, 
Susannah Iluteliinson, b. A]n-il 19, 1822; a fanner; reside^ice, 
Aylesford, I\ . S. ; 7 e. 

9157. Alfp.ed David^ b. Oct. 19, 1817; m. April IG, 1872, 
Annie A. Burbage ; residence, xVvlesford; 3 c. 

91oS. Frank II. ^ b. March 10, 1S74. 
91-")9. Jennie Maud', b. Jan. lo, 18TG. 
9160. Alfred Teunysoii% July 00, 1ST8. 

9101. Trances E.s, ]). Xov. 25, 1818 ; ni. March 24, 1870, Henry 
Burbage ; residence, Aylesford ; 2 c. 

9163. Melzar W. Burbage'', b. Jan. 2, ISU. 
91G3. Joseiiliine G. Biu-bagV, b. Sept. 13, 1877. 

9161. IS^INCY J.^ b. Feb. 30, 1850; m. 1. Jan., 1871, Ca])t. 
Xathan F. Lockhart ; ni. 2. Jnly 2, 1879, J, C. Spurr ; residence, 
Cowbay, ]!S[. S. ; 1 c. 

910."). Nathan F. Loekhnrt", b. Feb. 25, 1875. 

9100. William Smiths b. Feb. 10, 1852; m. Sept. 17, 18S0, 
Mary E.^, daughter of Jesse aiid Eliza (Wliitman') Oakes ; mcndjer 
of fli-in of Cheseboro & Whitman, mainifactui-ers of ladders : resi- 
dence, 240 E. 79th St., X. Y. City; 2 c. 

91G7. Clara EtheP, b. Aug. 10 ; d. Aug. 15, 1881. 
9168. Edna Grace', b. March 13, 1883. 

9169. Charles IIanniral^ b. May 2, 1851; m. Feb. 28, 1881, 
Minnie F. Keddy; residence, Maiden, Mass. 

9170. Love Idella^, b. June 20, 1850; d. Jan. 30, 1857. 

9171. Lewis Eeid^ b. Xov. 15, 1858; resides X. Y. City 
with his brutlier. 



9172. 5. Craft', 1). Dec. 19, 1819 ; d. Sept. 9, 1820. 

9173. 6. AsAPH^ b. April 5, 1822; m. March 12, 1815, Jane 
Fayson, b. A^ihnot, X. S., Sept. 1, 1820; d. March, 1881; a car- 
penter and builder by trade, and planned and constructed many of 
the finest residences and largest buildings in tlie Annapolis vallev; 
he was a leading man in his native town, and held many positions 
of trust and imiiortance; was for many years a magistrate and 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WP^YMOrTlI. G71 

cliairnian uf the liuard of scliool trustees and postinaster; an active 
aud zealous member of tlic JSew Albany I'aptisi Cluirch, and 
served as clerk of the church society aud su])erinteiident of the 
Sunday-'-'chool ; iu the s]-!rinii: of isTl, attracted hy the hi^-her 
wages received in the United States, in com])a]iy vrith his eldest 
son, he went to Lawrence. Mass. ; in An^i-ust of tliat year his liealth 
failed, and he was advised to return home; he was able, however, 
to go no farther than St. John, X. R, and there he died, at the 
liouse of a friend, Aug. 2-1, J 871 ; 12 c. 

91Ti. TtEBECCA Jaxe^ ]>. April 1, 181(3; d. April 17, 18G9. 

9175. Laleaii Sophia*, b. June 14, 18-18; d. Dec. G, 1851. 

9176. Geokge "Willakd^ b. Axug. 3, 1850; d. Dec. 9, 1853. 

9177. Edmund .Mokton% b. July S, 1852; m. Lawrence, Mass., 
June 10, 1878, Ella AFay Snow; at the time of liis father's death he 
was but nineteen years of age, and being the eldest of six children 
then living was placed in a responsible positioii ; he had learned 
the trade of carpenter, and had accompanied his father to Law- 
rence ; he then decided to remain in that citj-, and brouu'ht on 
his mother and renuiining memhL'rs of the family ; soon after he 
took up the work of a cubinet-maker, >vhich he carried on for some 
seven years, Init is now engaged in ]?attern-making at 73 Llaverhill 
St., Boston ; after a residence of about ten years in Lawrence, he 
removed to W. Somerville, Mass., aud purchased the house, 20 
Appleton St., where he now resides; 2 c. 

917S. Lena MabeP, b. March 2G ; d. July 3, 1879. 
9179. Bertha May', b. Sept. 23, 18S2. 

9180. Elma Maky^ b. Oct. 27, 1S5-1; jn. Dec, 31, 1876, James 
M. Butler ; residence, Great Ealls, X. IL. ; 4 c. 

9181. Herbert Asaph Butler-', b. Oct. 15, 1S77. 

91S2. Gertnide Adeline Butler', b. July 2, 1879. 

9183. Arthur Orwell Butler^ b. Nov. 4, 1S81 ; d. Ati^-. 10, 1882. 

9183a. Ethelyn Elma Butler''. 

9184. ^liTTiE Almena^, b. Oct. 19, 185G; m. Sept. 24, 1873, 
James M. Wardwell ; residence, Monmouth, ^.le. ; 2 c. 

9185. Edmund Isaac Ward well-', b. Sept. 1, 1874. 

9186. Elsie May Wardwell'. 

9187. Annie Lai-ihe?, b. Sept. 27, 1858; m. Aug. 9, 1881, 
George L. Marshall ; residence, AV. Somerville ; 1 c. 

9187a. Walter Emer=on IMarshall''. 

9188. IIekbekt Guy«, b. Feb. 22 ; d. March 19, 1801. 



672 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

9180. r.YARD ^AYriON^ b. ^irareli'JT, 18G2; is in tlic groeerv 
buf;iiie<s ;it 151) l)assott ave., Lavxivnce. 

019'). Ev.\. LaiieaiI'^ b. May 10, 1S('>4 ; residence, W. Somerville. 
9191. lu.LEN Alhna% b. July 5, ISOr, ; d. June 80, 1867. 
9102. CoiiA Liz/iE^ b. June 24. 18GS ; d. Mavcli 15, 1869. 



91 9o. 7. Lois', b. Oct. 18, 1S20 ; m. Mureb SO, 1850, Ohristopliei- 
Samiders ; residence, Dalluuisie, E. lviiii;-5 County ; no issue. 

9194. 8. Eaciiel', b. Aug. 16. 1825; m. July 31, 1864, Henry 
Saunders; he d. 1882; residence, Dalhousio ; 2 c. 

9104a. Elton Hikam Saundeks\ b. June 16, 1865 ; ni, Jan. 1, 
1887, Etta ^[. lloo]). 

919-ib. Annis Jane Saunders^, b. Eeb. 14, 1868. 



9195. 9. Daniel', b. July 30, 1827 ; ni. 1. Marcli 12, 1851, Sarali 
Ann Marsliall, b. March 15, 1824; d. July, 1864; m. 2. Oct. 18, 
1864, Loretta Saunders, b. Jan. 13, 1822 ; residence, Albany, on 
tlic homestead ; 7 c. 

9196. Harriet L^ b. Feb. 13, 18.52; m. Dec. 25, ISSO, Eugene 
Wellington, son of James Peyton and Catharine (Marshall) Pierce, 
b. June 8, 1849; a carpenter; residence, Cambridge, Mass., where 
she d. Aug. 22, 1883 ; 2 c, b. Can;ibridge. 

9197. Marion .Jane Pierce% b. Dec. 14. ISSl. 

9198. Helen Whitman Pierce^ b. July 2S, 1883 ; d. Feb. 27, 1883. 

9190. Neandek F.\ b. Nov. 13, 1853; m. Dec. 25, 1878, Irene', 

daughter of George and Isabel (WJiitman'') Gates, b. Jan. 27, 1852; 

a farmer ; residence, Kew Albany ; 2 c. 

9300. Grace Lisle^ b. May 13, 1884. 
9201. Frank Seymour^ L. Oct. 25, 1885. 

9202. Anna A^ b. Dec. 12, 1856; d. Aug. 15, 1857. 

9203. Daniel Srurgeon^ b. N(.>v. 5, 1858; graduated at Acadia 
College, AV'olf ville ; a la\'ryer ; residence, Winnipeg. 

9204. Amelia Judson^ b. Aug. 2, 1860; d. April 2, 1886. 

9205. George E. A.^, b. Oct. 9, 1S62; graduated at xicadia 
College. 

9206. Porert M.^ b. June 20, 1S64 ; d. May 13, 1865. 



9207. 10. Harriet', b. June 24, 1831 ; d. Dec. 31. 1837. 

02O8. 11. EsTHEu'. b. Oct. 2. 1833 ; m. Nuv. 26, 1856, Thomas 
Albert', son of Je^sc and Eliza (Whitman') Oakes, b. July 15, 
1835; residence, Albau}- ; no is^ue. 



JOnX AVIITTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 673 

9209. YL Silas'-, h. May 7, 1791; m. a ]3ancroft ; 
residence, Ivound Hill, A^'liere lie d. Jan. 2G, 1<S25; 2 c. 



02.10. 1. jKREMiAif, 1). July 1(», ISIO; m. 1. Olivia A. ; 

slie d. Chelsea, Mass., Sc']>t. 21, IS^.j, aired 37; in. 2, Jan. lU, iSoO, 
]\Irs. Sarali AV. I)a\i?, dangliter of Ihniiel Sluiw, 1). Hanson, ]\Iass., 
1S25 ; he removed to the United States, living a iinie in Boston, 
and later at iJeadinir, Ma^s., Avhere he d. Aug. ]-i, ISOO; what is 
known of this family has lieen gathoj-ed from the town reeoi'ds of 
l^oston, Iteading- and Chelsea; they give -i e. 

9211. Laeeriah Jane^, 1:>. Boston, Jnly, 1811 ; d. Reading, Oct. 
21, 1859. 

9212. A daughter-, b. Boston, Feb. 22, 1850. 

9213. G?:oRGiAXA^, b. Boston, ^lay, 25, 1852; m. Boston, April 
13, 1876, Frcderiek J., son of James and Catherine Hanson of 
Lynnfield, Afass. 

8213a. Charles Ba>>-croft', b. Chelsea, Dec. 11, 1856 ; d. June 
23,1857. 



9211. 2. Handley", nothing knr»wn ; d. young. 



9215. YII. AsAPn^ b. Sept. 11, 1.793; m. Ann (Harris) 
AVhitman, the ^Yidow of his brother John-; settled at 
Ivound Hill, and d. tliere, Nov. 2, 1828; 2 c. 



9216. 1. Thomas Aixsley', b. April 15, 1830 ; m. June 15, 1860, 
Caroline Eisner ; a farmer ; residence, Bound Hill ; 1 c. 

9217. Sarah JAXE^ b. July 25, 1882. 

9218. 2. Emily", b. 1830 ; d. unmarried, April 26, 1860. 



G219. VIII. Mary'\ b. Nov. 17, 1795; d. May 17, 1815. 

9220. IX. Zeciiapjah'-, b. Nov. 30, 1798; d. Nov. 14, 
1813. 

9221. X. STEniEX'', b. July 12; d. Nov. 2G, 1802. 

9222. XL Lois'\ b. June 17, 1804; m. Israel Eice and 
settled at Bear River; she d. April 20, 1828; 1 c. 

43 



674 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

9223. 1. SAii.vn 'RicvP, h. June 15, 1824:; m. Jiidl-. 20, 1848, 
Al)r;ini Banks; i evidence, l)ii;l)_v; 7 c. 

0224. l.ois 1)A^;ks'^, d. -cU^L-i] 1 year. 

9225. IIaxnaii 'y\Aiiix Banks'*, 1). Mavdi 15, 1852; m. 1S7S, 
James McLaugldJii ; resideiice, liound 11 ill; 2 c. 

9J;?C). Charles G. 3[<^L.ni-hlin'-', b. Sei-t. 2G, 1S79. 
9227. Sarah I.etiiia r^IcLaugliliu''. b. .May 1, 1SS3. 

9228. Ist;at:l ]>anks*, b. .Time, 1854; umnnrrJcd. 

9229. Wjlli.\3i IIallet Banks-, b. April, 1859 ; unmarried. 

9230. Gkokge Y. Banks-, b. Juno, 1802 ; unmarried. 

9231. Abka^i O. Banks^ b. Fel)., 18GG. 

9232. jAiiEs E. Banks^ b. Dec., 1868. 



9233. HANXAir (506), JoluiS Johir\ Zecharialr, John', 
b. Aug. 12, 17.51; m. Oct. 28, 1772, William Elleiy 
Tufts of Kev,'buni, a descendant of liev. John Tufts 
(Harvard, 1708); residence, Albany, N. S. ; 9 c. I. John 
AVhitman^'; II. Dorcas^ HI. Saralf'; IV. Samuel'; Y. 
Phoe'be^ VI. Mercy^ VII. IIannah«; VIII. Anne^ IX. 
Jacobs 

9234. I. John Whitman Tufts'^ b. Jan. 20, 1774; m. 
1801, Phebe Scofield ; a farmer; one of the first settlers 
in Albany; he d. Sept. 1, 1856, aged 82; she d. Jan. 22, 
1858; 6 c. [ 

9235. 1. FiiKEMAN Tufts', b. Juno 8, 1803; m. Sej^t. 25, 1827, 
Lucy Ann Tliorpe ; a teacher; d. Jul)- 16, 1841; 2 c. 

. 9230. JosEi'n Tufts^; ^ they removed to the United States 

9237. John Bukton Tufts^ ; ' •'^iid all traces of them are lost. 



9238. 2. MAnr Tufts^ b. Oct. 21, 1804; d. immarried, Aug. 9, 
1859. 

9239. 3. Okinda Tufts', b. Oct. 12, 1806 ; d. unmarried, July, 
1883. 

9240. 4. Jemima Tufts^ )>. June 25, 1808; m. William Fry; a 
farmer ; residence, Kentville ; no issue. 



JOHN AVTiiTMAN OF wp:Y^rorTH. 075 

9241. 5rSAML-EL TrFTs\ h. Juno 7, ISIO; m. 1. Jan.. ]S;:37, 
L()\icv', clanLi'littM" of Aiidi-ew and ]\revey (AVliitmau'') Jvnitiin. h. 
July 23, l.^t)-l ; d. June 24, ISGO ; m. 2. Nov., iSGd. AllIle^ daiio-liter 
of Jesse and ]\[aliala (Ivnilfen") Bent, h. ]_)cc. 17,1830; a liigldy 
respected fanner; rcsideneo. All)aiiy, A\]icre lie d. Oct. T., 1S7S; 
" diligenf in business, fervent in spirit, sci'ving tlie Loi-d;" his 
wife, a most estinialde W(,inian beloved bv all ; 3 c. 

9242. Kev. Geokgi: E. Tuf-M b. Fcl). 1-1. lS4i) ; m. Aug., ISOS, 
Augusta 13. Davis of Bridgetown, IN'. S. ; is pastor of the J^aptist 
Church, Belfast. Me. ; she d. March. 1879 ; no issue. 

9243. Pi:oF. John Freeman Tffts^ b. March 20, 1843 ; m. Dec. 
23. 1878, Marie, daughter of Levi and Susan (Eaton) Woodworth 
of Canning, N. S.. b. ZSov. 2S, 1849 ; is l^rofessor of History and 
Political Economy at Acadia College, Wolfville ; 4 c. 

9'344. Harold Freeman Tufts'', b. Oct. 20, 1S79. 

9345, Ralph Whitney Tufts', b, Jan. 27 : d. Nov. 2G, 1SS1. 

9246. Hilda Alford Tufts-', b. July 11, ls82. 

9247. Robie Eliot Tufts\ b. Aug. 14, 1S84. 

9248. Maky Helen Tufts% b. 1847; d. July, 1865. 



9249. G. GxVKDNEE Tufts', b. June 8, 1812; m. Jan. 1, 1839, 
Xancy AYilson ; a colporteur ; i-esidence, Kingston ; 9 e. 

9250. Enos C. Tufts-, b. Oct. 4, 1839; m. 1. March 21. 1866, 
Ann O. Lyons, b. July 27, 1845; d. July 27, 1S83; m. 2. Dec. 16, 
1885, Bessie F. Frizzell. b. Fel). 18, 1860 ; residence, 1 Withrington 
St., Mattapan, Mass. ; 1 c. 

9251. Lena E. Tufts", b. July 31, 1SS7. 

9252. Leaxdek Tufts-, b. Sept. 25, 1842 ; m. Dec. 25, 1867, 
Mrs. Isaac A'^ideto ; a fai'mer ; residence, Kingston ; 1 c. 

9253. Clifford Tufts=, b. Nov. 23, 1871. 

9255. Amakuih Tufts^, b. Dec. 11, 1845; m. May 9, 1871, 
Ellen Pearson ; a farmer ; residence. Kingston ; 2 c. 

9256. Larkin Bradstreet Tufts'', b. Nov. 15, 1874. 

9257. Howard G. Tu^ts^ b. June 25, 1870. 

9258. iViNSLEY Tufts\ b. A[arch 25, 1S48; m. Dec. 19, 1874, 
Ada S. Xeily ; a farmer ; residence, Kingston ; no issue. 

9259. Amanda Tufts^, b. May 25, 1850 ; unmarried ; a teacher ; 
re-idence, Boston, Alass. 

926U. Ada TrFT.<\ I). Aug. 11, 1852; m. June 6, 1877, Isaac AV. 
Foster; she d. AFarcli 22. 1878; "a very lovely woman;" no issue. 



C7G THE pp:scendants of 

92G1. Ai.BKKT TrFT.s\ L. An-. 2G, 1854; m. Dec. 23, 1S7T. 

Ann;! Daley ; a fanner; residence, Kini::?tun; 2 c. 

9'J62. Armon Tufts^ b. Oct. .3, 1879. 
9203. Lilia ^fay Tufts-*, b. Feb. 6. 1880. 

92(')4. PiiKci-: ELizAr-KTH TriTs", I). July 4, 1S50 ; ]n. Aug. 2t">, 
1870, James Leonaru ; 1 c. 
920"). Eliza Leonard', b. Nov. 10, 1878. 

1>260. Lavixja T[-F■ts^ b. Jv.]y 4, ISoO ; d. Se^.t. 15, 1S60. 



9267. 11. DoL'CAS TuFTS'\ b. Dec. 23, 1770; d. immar- 
ried, 182y. 

9268. III. Sarah Ttfts^ b. Dec. 30, 1778; m. 

Eaton; she d. 1852; 2 c. 

9269. 1. Calt-tb Eaton", h. 1S07 ; is said to have d. imniarried, 
March IS, IS 70. 

9270. 2. ^YitLiA,M Eatox'', b. 1S14; d. Jan., 1S31. 



9271. IV. Samuel Tufts^ b. Feb. 21, 1781; d. Jan. 

26, 1808. 

. 9272. Y. Phcebe Tufts'', b. Sept. 9, 1783; m. 1801, Jo- 
seph Balcom, b. Aug. ], 1780 ; d. 1839 ; she d. 1842 ; 13 c. 

9273. 1. Silas Balcom", b. Aug. 7, 1S02 ; rn. 1. Oct., 1823, 
Ann Van Buskirk: m. 2. ^rarch 17, 1S73, Mrs. Cathaiine (Anil)er- 
man) Halfvard of Granville Feny, b. A])ril 16, 1812; a pronii- 
iicut merchant, and the postmaster; residence, Mordenville, Kings 
County ; 13 c. 

9274. John BaLcom^ b. Xov., 1824 ; m. 1852, Louisa Stark of 
Aylesford; residence, Claremont, Aylesford; 4 c. 

9275. Alfred Bro^\^-l Balcom', b. 1855. 

9276. George Balcom-*, b, 1807. 

9277. John Fraiildiu Balcom", b. 1850. 

9278. Silas Balcom^ b. July, 1861. 

9279. George Balcom', b. Marcli 1826 ; d. Aug., 1856 ; " a very 
promising ycamg man." 

9280. Susanna P. Balcom^ b. Jidy 28, 1827; m. Xov. 5, 1850, 
John Fleet ; a slioeuiaker ; residence, F>ear Bivei-, where he d. Jtmc, 
ISSO; 10 c. 



JOHX WniT.MAN' OF WKYMOL'TII. 6T7 

<t'3Sl. Anna :Maria Fleet', b. ; d. 

[)es-3. Isabella L. Fleet'', b, ; m. 

fl'J.SS. Eiiiiaa Fleets 

9?>:4. FeiiM-ick Williatu Fleet'', b. ; ni. 

if-lSo. Pliebo Ann Fleet '. 

9-JSO. Henrietta Desbrasay Fleets 

9-3Sr. Frederick Fleet". 

9-2S^. George Fleet'-'. 

9;JS9. Gertrude Fleet'-'. 

9-300. William Fleet\ 

'.i201. ITelex .\[arta BALCOAts, b. May 21, J830; m. 1. Jan. 10, 
1852, AVilliani Caini)l>G]l McKeiizie; in. 2. Jaii. G, 1870, William 
I^eed Mimiis; a fanner of Xew Brunswick; 4 e. living. 

9203. William Orlaud McKenzie\ b. Feb. 27, ISoQ ; d. .July, ISGO. 

9293. Francis Alex. :vIcKenzie^ b. July 1, 1835 : m. Alice Ann Cog5^vell ; 
residence, Kentville : '-? c. 

9294. Mary :McKenzie''\ b. Jan. 28, 1879. 
929.J. (Daughter) 3IeKenzie-''. 

92'JC. Jessie Seymour :McKenzie-\ b. Oct. 27, 1856 ; d. July, ISGO. 
9297. Mon villa Minnis'', b. Nov. 10, 3S72. 

P208. FiiEBE Axx Balcom^ b. Se])t., 1831 ; d. 1848. 

0299. Hexkjetta Desbkasay Balgom^ b. Xov. 30,1833; m. 
]. John McConnel, who d. al)Out 1800 ; )n. 2. Jnne, 186.5, Jolm AY, 
Harris, proprietor of the " American House" at AVolfville ; no issue, 

9300. Soi'iiKOXiA Balco^l^ b. Alarch, 1835 ; d. 1800. 

9301. Silas AYesley Balcom^ b. July 21, 1836; m. Jan. 1, 
ISGO, Susanna Dodge, b. Oct. 25, 1841; d. Jtme 1, 1875; he d. of 
consumption, May 12, 1882; 5 c. 

9303. Charles Albert Balcom'', b. Oct. 15, 1861 ; d. May, 1862. 

9303. Harriet Lavinia Balcom', b. Nov. 28, 1801. 

9304. Jessie Amelia Balcom^ b. May 20, 1807 ; d. April, 1871. 

9305. Georgianna Balcom% b. May 21, 1809 ; d. Doc. 12, 1873. 
9300. Lucy E. Balcom-', b. Jan. 15, 1871. 

9307. AA^JLLIAM Balcom^ b. July 21, 1838; m. June 21, 1876, 
Helen Jean HaleroM- ; a merchant of Upjier Aylesford ; no is.sue. 

9308. CiiAiiLES Albert JIalcom'^, b. Marcli, 1310 ; was di-owned 
AVindsor, X. S., about 1871. 

9309. Maey Eliza Balcom^ b. about 1812; m. ISGO, Jolm 
Clark; a car})enter ; residence, Alordcnville ; 8 c. 

9310. Nellie Clark-', b. Nov. 4, 1861. 

9311. William Avery Clark^ b. Jan. 27, 1803. 

9312. Charles Albert Clark^ b. Sept. 12. 1864. 
i'313. Lillian G. Clnrk^ b. April 10. 1866. 



C78 TltE DESCENDANTS OF 

mU. 3Iary Clark^ b. July 9, 1867. 

931.J. Sarah Miunis Clark', b. April, 1870. 

9316. Palemoii Aloiizo Clark'\ b. Jan. 21, lb~r2. 

9317. William Wallace C'lirk". b. 1S77. 

9318. liACiiEL LorisE Balcom^ !>. 1844; d. July 10, 18C5. 

9319. ^Fakgaket Jane Ealcom', b. July. 1840; d. 1850. 



9320. 2. Major 1'. Balcom', b. 1804; m. May 12, 1833, ]\[ary 
N., daiigliter of Tv' illiaui Bourke of C'liarlotte. X. B. ; 1828, lie re- 
moved IVom Xova Scotia to Miibqnasli, N. B., M-lierc lie has since 
resided ; a farmer ; 7 c. 

9321. William M. Balcom^ 1). Feb. 20, 1834; m. Oct. 23, 
1SG2, Mary Jane, dau^liter of John Campbell of St. John; a 
lumber surveyor; i-esidence, ^Ninsqnasli ; 4 c. 

9323. Mary Elizabeth Balcom», b. Aug. 8, IsC-j. 

9323. Bertha L. Baleotn^ b. Jan. 13, 1868. 

9824. Silas Allen Balconr', b. ^[arch 30, 1875. 

9325. Lucy Alma Balconi ', b. Oct. 2, 1880. 

■ 9320. Eliza Balcom^ b. Jan. 20, 1830; m. July 0, 1880. 
Thomson E. Donnelly of St. John County; foreman of a hnnber 
company ; residence, l^arrsboro, N. S. 

9327. Layixia Balcom', b. June 10, 1838; unmarried. 

9328. Anxie Balcom-, b. Ang. 1, 1841 ; unmarried. 

9329. Alfred Balcom^ b. Aug. 13, 1845 ; d. Dec. 30, 1840. 

9330. IIexky p. Balcom^, b. Oct. 10, 1847; m. June 3, 1872, 
Hai-riet Caroline, daughter of Lynott Seeley of St. John County ; 
a carpenter; residence, Boston, Mass. ; c. 

9331. Aunie Maud Balcoin% b. Jan. 28, 1873. 

9332. Olive Maria Balcom'', b. May 25, 1875 ; d. 1876. 

9333. Ifelen Viola Balcom^ b. Nov. 20, 1S77. 

9334. Caroline Seeley Balcom^ b. July 13, 1880 ; d. 1881. 

9335. Ernest A. Balconr', b. Jan. 28, 1883. 

9336. Hattie Balcom'', b. May 15, 1885. 

9337. Joseph Allan Balcom^ Ik Dec. 2, 1851. 



9338. 3. Lavinia Balcom', b. ; m. John Bemsen ; it is 
said that she and her family are all dead. 

9339. 4. Amelia Balcom ', b. ; d. unmarried. 

9340. 5. AVilliam Balcom", b. ; d. unmarried. 

9341. 0. David IIalkis BalcoM', b. ; m. Mary Willet : 
a fai-mer; residence, ^»ictaux ; 4 c., mimes unknown. 



JOnX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 079 

9;-J42. 7. Seij.\fji Ann Balcom", h. ; ni. 18-iO, Paul 

Ambermau ; residence, Granvi Ho i'Y-rrv ; he d. Nov. -i, 1875, ai^ed 
70; she d. Feb. 9, 1879; c, all b. CiraJivilk; Ferry. 

9313. Eebecca C. AMEEinrAX^ b. May 28, ISJi ; d. Oct. 8, 
180-1. 

931:-!. Pheke Ann Am.i;erman% b. Oct. 25, 1813; \n. April 9, 
] 870, Edwin 11. Kiiov.'les ; a shoe iii:nuit'acturer ; residence, l^ynn, 
Mass. ; 1 c. 
934"). Fannie W, Knowles'', b. Jan. 11, 1S71. 

9346. Lucy A. Amber.man', b. June 20, 1815; m. Nov. 23, 
1872, Charles H., sori of Mark ]\r. and Puhaunah I). Merrow, b. 
April 8, 1818 ; residence, So. Pcabody, Mass. ; 3 c. 

9347. Cora B. Mer^o^v^ b. March 8, 1S74. 
934S. Seffie B. Merrow". b. July 26, 1877. 
9319. Lulu M. Merrow-', b. Feb. 28, 1880, 

9350. David W. Amberman^ b. March 13, 1850; d. June 27, 
1881. 

9350a. Benjamin S. Ambep.mans, b. May 2, 1852; m. Jan. 26, 
1875, Lillic Randall, b. Tarn worth, X. U., Aug. 17, 1850 ; residence, 
6 Norman st., Salem, Mass. ; 1 c. 

9351. Frederick A. Aniberman^ b. Danvo's, Mass., Sept. 20, 1881. 

9352. Corken P. Amberman^ b. July 26, 1859 ; d. Sept. 29, 

1880. 



9353. 8. Lydia Balcom^, b.^ ; d. unmarried. 

9354. 9. Theresa Balcom^, b. 1821 ; d. 1845. 

9355. 10. Joseph Allen Balcom^, b. 1826; m. 1. Jan. 24, 
1866, Ella A., dauglitcr of William M. Gowan ; she d. July 28, 
1870; m. 2. April 30, 1872, Susan Scott, dauoliterof G. C. Carman; 
a lumber merchant and farmer; residence, Musrpiash ; 2 e. 

9356. Cora Er:»iina Balco.ai'^, b. Jan. 24, 18r;7. 

9357. Josephine Ellen Baloom^, b. Dec. 23, 1867. 



.. 7, 1874, 



9358. 11. Leonora Balcom', !». Aug. 28, 1827 ; m. Oct 
Jacol) Durling of Ivawrencetowu ; no issue. 

9359. 12. Samuel JuDSON Balcom', b. June 9, 1828; m. Jan. 
1, 1851, Elizabeth "Banks, b. Feb. 12, 1831; a farmer; residence, 
Lawrencetown; 3 c. 



GSO THE DESCENDANTS OF 

93ti0. Laleaii Alice Maude Balgo.m^ b. Aug. 80, IS53 ; in. 
Dec. 14, ii^S2. Ch;u-lc> Balcom ; 1 c. 
&;JG1. Carl lladdeii BaicoIn^ b. :\lay 14, 1S84. 

9:>(32. Mary Eudivilla Balco:*!"^, b. Aug. ] 1,1855; m. Dec. 
23, 1STI>, David Durliiig; 2 c. 
9363. Rubio Elizabeth Duiiing', b. June, 18S1. 
93'.U. Anbray I*. Darling'', b. Dec, 18S3. 

93('.5. Joseph Achilles Kvlcom^, b. Oct. 10, 1857; m. Jan. 17, 
1SS3, ]iul»ie L., dangliter of Capt. Joseph Harris of Margavetville ; 
a jncrehant ; residence, ]\fargavetville ; 1 c. 
93G6. Claude Balco;n^ b. April 21, 1884. 

9307. 13. William Jonas JIodton }3alcom', b. Oct. 13, 1S30; 
m. Aug. 28, 1859, Mary Salome^, daugliter of Jolm and ZSTancy 
(Benjamin") Banks, b. May 30, 1838 ; a merchant and postmaster 
at Nictaux Falls ; 7 c, see line. 



9368. VI. Mercy Tufts'', b. June 13, 1786; m. Joseph 
Daniels; he d. July 6, 1873, aged 84; she d. Jan. 31, 
1869; 4 c. ' 

9369. 1. Simeon Daniels", b. Oct. 10, 1810 ; m. Xov. 15, 1836, 
Caroline Thorpe, b. Feb. 8, 1811; d. Dec. 12, 1858; a farmer; 
residence, Paradise AYest, N. S. ; 5 c. 

9370. Susan Daniels', b. March 5, 1838; m. June 2, 1858, 
Alfred Messenger; she d. Aug. 20, 1870; 2 c, both unmarried; 
reside with their grandfathei- at Pai'adise West. 

9371. Jolm E. Messenger', b. April 10, 1862 ; a farmer. 
9373. Freeman S. Messenger', b. Dec 9, I860 ; a student. 

9373. Celesiia R. Daniels^ b. Feb. 15, 1810; d. Sept. 29, 
1858. 

9371. xiLONZo Daniels^, b. March 16,1812; m. Mahone Bay, 
Lunenberg Co., X. S., June .'J. 1866, Margery A. Langille ; a farmer ; 
residence, Paradi.-c West ; 5 c. 

9375. Harriett L. Daniels'', b. May 29, 1S67 ; m. Dec. 25, 1883, Ashby Hutchin- 
son ; a farmer : residence, Center^nlle, Annapolis County. 
937G. Sarah Anna Daniels^ b. Jan. 22, 18G9 ; d. Feb. 3, 1872. 
9377. Bradford K. Damel3^ b. Feb. 17, 1871. 
9:]78. Alister A. l)a7liols^ b. Aug. 26, 1872. 
9379. Lyna S. Daniels', b. Oct. 10, 1873. 

9380. Harriet Daniels^ b. Aug. 23, 1841; d. Dec. 20, 1861. 



JOIVX WiriTMAX OF WEYMOl'Til. OSi 

03S1. Caswell Danikls\ b. March lo, 18-iS; a bariister-at- 
i\v; d. unmarried, Jan. -IC), 1877. 



93S2. 2. PiiEBE Daniels", b. Dec 2ti, 1813 ; d. unmarried, Aug. 
2:., 1832. 

0383. 3. IIaxxah Daxiels', b. Sept. 30, ISIO; m. Oct. 24, 
1858, James Cliarlton, b. Sept. 30, 1315; a farmer of Lawrcuce- 
tuwn ; she d. Feb. 3, 1S83 ; no issue. 

9384:. 4. GeorCxE Daxiels', b. Sept. 2C>, 1822; m. June 11, 
1846, Sarah Lord, 1). May 4. 1824; a farmer; resideiice, Lawrence- 
town ; 6 c. 

9385. ItOBEirr AYiiitfield Daniels^, b. I\ray 12, 1847 ; m. May 

24, 1872, Catliarine Eeales ; a farmer; residence, Lawrencetown : 

4e. 

93ST. Charles Maynard Daniels-', b. June 10, 1873. 
it38S. Isaac Maurice Daniels'', b. Dec. 10, ISTo. 
9:j89. Frank Aubrey Daniels'', b Juno 13. 18TS. 
9390. Enos Ervin Daniels', b. Aug. 17, 1SS4. 

9391. Mercy Elizabeth Daniels^ b. Oct. 4, 1848; m. Oct. 1, 

1871, WhitfiehL, son uf Arod and Diadamy (Whitman') Alc^s^avr, 

b. Dec. 3, 184G ; a farmer : residence, Lawrencetown ; 2 c. 

9392. Arod Milford MeXayr'. b. Oct. 9, 1S73. 
9303. Cora Alberta McNayr^ b. July 9, 1S75. 

9394.- Charles Hexigar L^aniels*, b. April 28, L851 ; m. Oct. 
n, 1873, Prudence Ann Eay ; a farmer ; residence, Lawrencetown; 
3 c. 

930.-). George Mason Da7iiels% b. Nov. 5, 1874. 
9300. Herman Budd Daniels^ b. June 21, 1880. 
9397. (A son) Daniels', b. Oct. 16, 18S4. 

9398. Matilda Daxiels\ b. Xov. 23, L85S ; d. Feb. 27, 1882. 

9399. Joseph Howe Daxiels\ b. July IG, 18G0; unmarried. 

9400. Phebe E. Daxiels^ h. Xov. 10, 1862 ; umnarrled. 



!»i01. VII. Haxxah Tufts'', b. Sept. 24, 1788; m. 
April 27, 180y, Samuel J^aiigley^ ; residence. Paradise 
^Vest, Annapolis Co., N. S. ; lie d. Dec. 23, 1829 ; she d. 
'"^ept. 18, 18(34, ag-ed 70; 2 c. 



9102. 1. Helex Laxglet^ b. Auo-. 28, 1813; m. Feb. 13, 1840, 
l':'\id Langley, b. 18 IG; d. Feh. 12, 1857; residence, Bridgetown; 
6 c. 



GS2 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

9-103. Samuel Minakd Langley', b. Feb. d, ls.tl; d. Oct. 20, 
1855. 

9404. William FLEXCMiEJi Langley'. b. Anp-. 14, 1S43 ; m. 
Dee. 29, 1804, Amanda Bruce; lie d. April 30, 1805 ; 1 c. 
9405. Laura Langley-', b. Nov. 23, ISG.-). 

9400. Ingkam Bill Lakgley^ b. May 10, 1845; d. Dec. 2(i. 
1865. 

9407. Sarah Ann Langley^ b. Sept. 18, 1849; d. July 15, 
1870. 

9408. Abigail Elizabeth Laxgley^, b. Feb. 7, 1854 ; d. Oct. 
9, 1859. 



9409. 2. Alfred Langley", b. Xov. 10, ISIS; ni. La\vrence- 
toM'ii, X. S., Dec. 23, 1842, Euth Ann, daughter of Jereiiiiali and 
Harriet Porter, b. Xov. 20, 1818; re-ideuce, Paradise West, v.-liere 
lie d. Sept. 11, 1884 ; 1 c. 

9409a. xVlbincs Langley^, b. May 31, 1840; d. Dec. 4, 1801. 



94-10. VIII. Anxe Tufts'', b. June, 1791 ; d. 1862. 
9410a. IX. Jacob Tufts'', b. Nov. 3, 179-4; d. 1841. 



9411. Edward' (507), Jolm^, Johir", Zcchailalr, Jolin\ 
b. Aug. 6, 1752; m. 1775, Dorothy Gates h. 1749; he 
settled on what was termed, in the grant, as the second 
division of the township of Annnjjolis; his farni extended 
from the west side of tJie Lawreiicetown lane to the chnrcli 
lot, so-called, runjiing five miles south, containing about 
3,000 acres ; it is said that in order to amicably adjust his 
fatlier's estate, he took tliis tract, then considered almost 
worthless, and tliat when the title was passed, he offered 
to sell the entire plot for " a tliousand hendock boards, a 
pair of pum])s and a felt hat," but found no bidder; he 
settled down on this unattractive tract and bv liis industrv 
and energy soon rendered liimself independent ; he luid 
a tanneiy just below the road, on the Whitman Broolc, 
said to have been the most com])lete establishment in tlie 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WKY.MOUTII. 683 

county ; this was continued bv liis son Oldluuu ; lie engaged 
in trading and dealing inland; he was highly esteemed 
in the connnunity and Avas once elected re])resontative 
to the ])rovincial assond:)ly, but declined to serve a second 
term; was said to be a very corpulent man, weighing at 
his death over 300 jiounds; thei-e is a family tradition that 
at his funeial it was found necessary to take out the 
window frame in order to get the cofiin out of the house ; 
he d. Jan. 15, 1820, and was bui'ied in the AA'^hitman 
burying-ground ; of him it is said that he appointed 100 
executors to his estate, the explanation being tliat Judge 
Ritchie of Annapolis was one, his wife and son Jacob the 
others — being two ciphers; this proved onh' too true, as 
in the end the Judge became possessed of a greater portion 
of the estate; 12 c, all but one of whom married and left 
posterity; the youngest is still living. I. Oldhan/'; II. 
Mercy"^; III. Jacobs IV. Lydia''; Y. Salome''; VI. Ed- 
ward*^ ; VII. Charles'^ VIII. Asa^'; IX. Dorothea'^; X. 
James^'; XI. Dladam)'*''; XII. Margaret''. 

9412. I. Oldham*^, b. xVpril 30, 1777 ; m. Mrs. Nancy A. 
Roach of Rosette, daughter of Benjamin Farin and widow 
of James Roach, b. Dec. 8, 1778 ; he settled on the home- 
stead and was a very respectable farmer ; he also carried 
on the business of tanner and shoemaker; he left a large 
estate, and had the satisfaction of seeing most of his children 
settled and married l^efore his death ; he is said to have 
had a habit of laughing when he became angry, and those 
well acquainted with him knew there was a stoi-m brewing 
when they saw him laugh ; his Avife was noted for her 
kindness and hospitality, especially to the poor; a wag- 
once said that he did not believe "Aunt Nancy" would 
get to lieaven, because she had saved the lives of a poor 
iamilv who were not considered a great benefit to the 
community; he d. about 1848; his widow survived him 
a few years ; 1 c. 



684 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

Oil?.. 1. liKN.iA.viN', 1>. Xov. ;10, 1S03, m. Feb., 1S26, Ann 
Longley, h. Xov, 4, 1802; d. Nov. 24, 1S74; a farmer; residence, 
Tnglesville ; 7 c. 

9414. Dorcas', b. Dec. 12, 1S28 ; m. Sept. 13, 1850, Join, 
Clark; slie d. March 4, 1851; no issue. 

0415. Oedham-, b. Sej)t. 9, ISoO; ni. Feb. 6, 1855, Mariiaiei 
].owe, b. Sept. 24, 1836; a mason; residence, Biid-jetoM-n ; 4 c. 

9416. Annie Lowe", b. Jan. 1, 1S56 ; m. May 16, 1S77, Henry G. Porter : 
residence, Kentville ; 4 c. 

9417. James Austin rorter^", J d. Oct. 9, 18S0. 

[b. Nov. 13, 1878; 

9418. Cliarles Alien Porteri^ ) 

9419. Stanley Lester Porter^^ b. Fob. 21, 1880. 
94-30. Alice Letitia Porter'-", b. 3Iarch 8. 18S2. 

9421. Burpee S.^ b. Dee. 21. 1837; in. May 17, 1880. Emma Cook, b. Oct. 

28, 1859 ; a mason ; residence, Bridgetown ; 1 c. 
9122. Nellie TiJ'\ h. July 5, 1831. 

9423. Ingram'', b. Xuv. 18, 1860 ; unmarried ; a mason : residence, Bridge- 
town. 

9424. Eva', b. Jan. 21, 1806. 

9425. ELIZA^ b. An- 20, 1832; ni. July 6, 1854, Caleb Beals; 
a farmer; residence, Inglesville ; G c. 

9426. Henry Beals'', b. March 13, 1855 ; m. Dec. 20, 1882, Freelove Calilian ; 
a farmer ; residence, Inglesville. 

9427. Dorcas Beats', b. March 2, 1856 ; d. Feb. 4, 1860. 

9428. Milledge Beals'', b. Sept. 0. 1859 : unmarried. 

9429. Ada Beals", b. Nov. 8, 1860 ; unmarried. 

9430. Arthur Beals', b. March 30, 1861 ; unmarried ; at home. 

9431. Benjamin Beals'', b. Aug. 7, I8!j:l. 

9132. Lucys b. Jnly 19, 1834; d. unmarried, March 30, 1853. 

9433. MakyS b. Sept. 28, 1837: m. Xov. 17, 1863, William 
Eoacli ; a carpenter ; residence, Lawrencetowji : 2 c. 

9434. Annie Roach-', b. Aug. 8, 1870. 

9435. Charles Roach'', b. Sept. 12, 1873. 

943G. IsAAC\ b. April 25, 1840; m. 1. Melissa Gibson; m. 2. 
Lavinia Mclntyre; a mason ; residence, Inglesville; 2 c. by 2d m. 

9437. Henry^ b. Oct. 9, 1870. 

9433. Frederick", b. Jan. 6, 1875. ' " 

9439. JIenky', b. Sept. 15, 1843; m. Jan. 7, 1874, Henrietta 
Balcom ; a farmer; residence, Inglesville; 2 c. 

9440. Helen Gertrude", b. Dec. 6, 1877. 

9441. Cassie'', b. Jan. 14, 1881. 



JOHN v.'iiriMAX OF ^^•:Y. MOUTH. GS5 

944L'. 2. Levi', b. ^fay !'.>. 1S05; in. Mny 19, ]S;:;3, ^^Fatllda 
Llovd, I). Miiivh 25, 1812; ii fanner; ivsidcnce, ]N'o. Williams- 
town, N. S. ; 10 c. 

9443. aAlAirriTA Axx^ h. Dec. 10, 1833; m. Dec. 24, 18.51, 
Albert Dunn, b. April 7, 1S2S ; a farmer ; residence, Juglesville ; 
s C. 

0414. Annie Dunn'', b. Nov. 4, 185"2 ; m. Nov. 4. 1872, Tliomas Durland. b. 
Jan. 31, 1S50 ; a farmer ; residence, laglosville ; she d. May 3, 18!;'3 ; 5 e. 
944o. Adolbert Durland'", b. Jan. 31, 1873. 
0446. Norman Durland'", b. May 30, 1875 ; d. May IG, 1876. 

9447. Ira Durland^", b. April Ol, 1878. 

9448. Owen Durland'", b. July 4. 1879. 
0449. Edgar Durland^", b. April 8. 1881. 

9450. Norman Dunn', b. Sept. 27, 1854 ; m. Dec. 2, 1883, 3Iary M. Deals, b. 

Feb. 28, 1864; a teacher ; residence. InglesTilJe. 
1451. Josephine Dunn^ b. Feb. 13, 1857; d. Jan. 26, 1859. 

9452. Mary Dunn", b. Dec. 28, 1859 ; ni. Sept. 23, 1878, Stephen Pen-all. b. 
Jan. 1, 1852. 

9453. Levi Dunn\ b. March 30, 18G2 ; d. Nov. 23. 1866. 
9154. Clara Dunn", \ m. . 

[ b. June 2. 1860 ; 
0455. Cora Dunn", ) d. Nov. 26, 1866. 

9456. Minnie Dunn", b. Jan. 13, 1677. 

9157. Henry x\lfkei)\ b. All^^ 4, 1835; m. Feb. 15, ISGO, 
Maria ]Margcsc)ii ; a farmer ; residence, No, Andovei*, ^fass. ; 5 c. 

0458. Emma", \ unmarried. 

[ b. Dec. 10, 1861 ; 
9459. Ella-\ ) m. Nov. 20, 1883, Frank ErM-in ; residence, No. xVndover. 

0460. Charles", b. Oct. 1, 1803; residence, Middletown, 3[ass. 
9101. Web. Parker", b. June 8, 1865. 
0462. Margaret", b. June 8, 1807. 

9468. Robert Matthe^v', b. May 20, 1837: m. ISfiO, Margaret 
llutt; a farmer; residence, Xo. Andovcr; 8 c, all unmarried. 

9469. Levi", b. June 12, 1801. 

9470. David", b. June 1, 1863. 
'.'471. Annie", b. Jan. 8. 1866. 

0472. Charles", b. Jan. 8, 1868 ; d. Sept. 28, 1883. 

0473. Cora", b. May 17, 1870. 
W74. William", b. ) 

047.5. Elvida".b. [ b. March 27, 1873. 

M76. Martlia", b. Oct. 16, 1875. 

0477. Levi Eice*, b. isov., 1840 ; d. unmarried, Sept. 7, 1801. 

0478. Charles Benjamin*, b. rvlarcli 20, 1843; d. unmarried, 
A].ril 11, JS6r>. 

".'479. ELIZA15ETH Esther", b. Aug. 2t;, 1845; m. Dec. 29, 1805, 
Henry Banks; a farmer; residence, l-'ort LMrne ; c. 



6S6 THE DESCKNDAXTS OF 

9180. Matilda A. Banks", b. Sept. 5. 1807. 

f)iSl. Annie A. Bankv'. 1). ]>rarch 8, 18G9. 

9182. Odes.sa M. Banks", h. Aug. 25, 1873. 

9J83. Percy G. Banlcs", b. Nov. lo. IsT.j. 

9184. Idolla B. Bank^". b. March 15, l,s7^<. 

9185. I. Mabei Banks-', b. Nov. 5, 1880. 

948G. Enoch Cokkan^ h. March 4, IS-IS; ni. Doc, 18S1, Janet 
Fader; she cl. .June 15, 18S2 ; residence, Peal tod}', Mass. ; 1 c. 
9487. Janet-', b. June 18, 1882. 

9488. j\Iatilt;A CAT1IARINE^ 1). Oct. 13, 1850; m. Feb. 4, 180'.», 
Richard J vaiiks ; a farniei' ; resideiice, l-*ert Lome ; 7 c. 

9-189. Esma E. Banks', b. Nov. 28, 1870. 

9490. Wallace W. Banks\ b. June 10, 1872. 

9491. Estella E. Bauks^ b. April 18. 1874. 

9492. Enoch Banks', b. :March 9, 1870. 

9493. A. Marj- Bajiks", b. June 26, 1878. 

9494. Charles H. Banks-', b. Oct. 13, 1S79. 

9495. Ella M. Banks", b. Sept. 27, 1881 , 

9490. William Wallace^ b. Kov. 15, 1852 ; ni. May 10, 1874, 
Maggie A, Stevenson, b. Oct. 7, 1853; a fanner; residence, 
Ko. Williainstown ; 4 c. 

9497. ^lartha', b. Sept. 2, 1875. 

9498. Ediths b. Sept. 19, 1876. 

9499. Maria^ b. Nov. 2, 1878. 
.9500. Levi', b. May 19, 1881. 

9501. Eleanor xVmelia^ b. July 24, 1854; d. Aug. 9, 18G0. 

9502. 3. Atiialiah'. h. Feb. 27, 1807: m. Jan. 27, 1827, John 
R. G. Currell, b. England, G. R., Aug. 18, 1801 ; d. Oct. 18, 1878; 
in 1837 he lionglit tlie Bloody Creek mill privileges, erected a 
carding and gri^t mill, and 0])erated them till his death ; his M'idow 
no^v resides at Bridgetown; 12 c. 

9503. Caroline Susan Cuki:ell^ b. Dec. 31, 1827 ; d. Sept. 
26, 1834. 

9504. Sarah Ann Currell^ b. Aug. 17, 1829; m. May 16, 
1855, Edward*, son of George and Salome (AVliitman*') Armstrong ; 
a farmer ; residence, Lower Aylesford ; 9 c. 

9505. Charles H. Armstrong'-', b. April 23, 1856 ; d. April 1, 1865. 

9506. Guilford B. Armstrong^, b. Aug. 26, 1857 : d. Sept. 30, 1863. 

9507. Lewis Armstrong^, b. May 29, 1859 : d. Jan. 31, 1800. 

9508. Alfred O. Armstrong^, b. Nov. 4, 1800; a farniei' ; residence, No. King- 
ston, Kings County. 

9509. Ernest IT. Ariiislrong", b. July 27, 1802; a schoolteacher; at present 
at Acadia Colhge, Wolfville. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. GST 

9.">10. Wallace R. Am t. strong'', b. May IS, ISGl, 

g.jil. Melbourne E. ArIilstl■ong^ b. Aug. 10. 1>-C6. 

9313. Lniiisa I. Armstrong'', b. Marcli 8. ISGS. 

9513. IJupert O. Armt^trong", b. Sept. 27, 187J. 

951-i. LouiriA Jane Ouihieli;'^, b. Jan. 25, 1S31 ; uiiniamecl. 

9515. Henry Roi^KKT Curhell", 1). Sept. 14, 1832; d. iininar- 
rieJ, Jan. 15, 1877. 

9516. James Koach Cui;rell\ b. A})i'il 14, 1834; in. Jan. 5, 
1864, x\nnie M., daughter of Elias Beals of '^Villialnsto^m, Annapo- 
lis County ; lie carries on Iiis fathers mill at Bloody Creek ; 7 c. 

9517. Mary CurrelP, b. March 10, 1865. 

9518. Charles Beals CurrelP, b. Jan. 23, ISfiT. 

9519. Estlier Currelr', b. Dee. 30, 18G8. 

95'20. Eobert WilUams CurrelP, b. 3Iarch 10, 1372. 

9521. Frank H. CurrelP, b. Jan. 17, 1874. 

9522. Owen Currell'', b. >;ov. 4, 1879. 

9523. James Reginald CurrelP, b. Oct. 6, 1883. 

9524. John Eice Cukreli?, b. Se]»t. 14, 1836; m. April 19, 
1871, Jeruslia, daughter of Edward Burns of Digby, ISI^. S. ; a 
farmer; residence, near Bloody Creek ; 3 c. 

9525. Augusta Louise Currell-', b. Feb. 29, 1872. 

9526. Elizabetli Athaliah CurrelP, b. Oct. 13, 1S74. 

9527. Robert B. CurrelP, b. May 15, 1877. 

9528. Esther Maria Currell^ b. Sept. 12, 1840 ; d. Oct. 4, 
1861. 

9529. Athaliah Currell-, b. March 7, 1842 ; m. Dec. 11, 
1864, John Nicholson of Cornwallis, b. Scotland ; a master mariner ; 
residence, Caniung; 3 c. 

9530. Margaret Nicholson^ b. Dec. 2, 1865 ; d. Oct. 15, 1880. 

9531. Robert Currell Nicholson'', b. July 5, 180S ; d. July 14, 1869. 

9532. Annie L. Nicholson^, b. Aug. 17 ; d. Dec. 3, 1872. 

9533. George I-Jyerson Currell-, b. Xov. 10,1843; d. May 
20, 1844. 

9534. Charles Whitman Currell^, b. May 27, 1845 ; d. Feb. 
7, 1846. 

9535. Caroline Susan Currell^ b. Dec. 9, 1850; d. Oct. 10, 
1861. 

9535a. Margaret Kent Currell-, b. Aug. 4, 1653; d. June 
24, 1854. 



9536. 4. Henry", b. April 1, 1809; m. Augusta Parker; he d. 
Feb. 3, 1878 : no issue. 



CSS THE DESCENDANTS OF 

9687. 5. SAKAir, 1>, Aj.ril 20, ISll; in. Oct., 1S2S, ratvick 
Pcoacli, b. May U, l.sOT; slic d. Oct. 31, 1841 ; (he IIk-u m. 2. Oct. 
30, 1S42, Mv^. Xancy, (laughter of Ezra and Mary (Eoherts) 
(Cliurchill) I'ahcr, \>. -iniic 11, 1S06 ; licr tir,-t Inisbaud Avas Ca})t. 
SanuiL'l leaker ; hoi* second lui.-ljand, T'lipt. A\"atson Baker, by Avhom 
slie liad 1 c. : Patrick Poach d. Jan. 13, 1857; his widow has since 
]n. Jolm CraA\]ey, ^\']lo d. 'Ume, 18S1 ;) 2 c. 

9538. PiiG'BE Poach-, b. Feb. G, 1830; m. Sept. 19, 1852, 
JSTatham'el, son of Xatlian and Lncy (Pridg'cs) Patten, b. Xov. 12. 
1823; I'esidencc, Ii;\rtfi>i"d, Yarnioutli C<innty; 4 c, noiio married. 

9589. Edgar L. Patten-', b. 3Iarch 29, 18G2. 

9540. Sarah W. PatteiV, b. April 3, 1860. 

9541. Mary M. Patten', b. Oct. 3. 1871. 

9542. George S. Patten-, b. Nov. 3, 1873. 

9513. Levi PacE Poach", b. Dec. 11, 1831 ; d. Hayti, Aug., 
1S50. 



95PL G. Eben-ezer Pice^, b. Feb. 22, 1S13 ; m. Jnne 8, 1837, 
Susaniia Peals ; a fanner ; residence, near Lawrencetown ; e. 

954.5. Elias Beals\ b. April 4, 1838 ; m. June 8, 1SG3, Sophia 
Lougley ; a fanner ; residence, Lawrencetown ; 2 c. 

9546. Dudley Beals^ b. Jinie 1. 1867 ; d. Juiie 3, 1887. 

9547. Ernest 11. ^ b. 3Iay 10. 1871. 

9548. AuGL-STA 31.', b. April 4, 1840; m. Xov. 21, 1871, John 
Morgan ; a farmer and millwright ; residence, Lawrencetown ; 2 c. 

9549. John N. Morgan', b. Jan. 18. 1873. 

9550. Elizabeth E. Morgan-', b. Sept. 6, 1874. 

955L Sarah A.^b. May 10, 1842; m. Xov. 19, 1861, Palph 
Bent ; residence, near Tnpperville ; 11 c. 

9552. Charles Rice Bent-', 1;. Feb. 11, 1863. 

9553. Eila L. Bent'-', b. July 16, 1864. 

9554. Annie A. Bent-', b. Sept. 22, 1805 ; d. July 31, 1881. 

9555. Editli F. Bent-', b. Oct. 19. 1868 ; d. Aug. 25, 1881. 

9556. Sarah A. Benf-*, b. Oct. 6, 1870. 

9557. Florence A. Bent'-', b. July 2, 1872. 

9558. Ralph S. Bent-', b. Dec. 5. 1873. 

9.5.59. Blanche B. Bent", b. Jan. 15 : d. Sept. 28, 1877. 

9500. Kate B. Bent\ b. Aug. 28, 1878. 

9561. Frederick V. D. Bent-', b. July 16, 1879. 

9562. Reginald Whitman Bent'-', b. Aug. 15. 1882. 

95G3. Kate\ b. Dec. 14, 1844; m. March 4, 1867, Pobert 
Longley ; a farmer ; i-esidence. Paradise ; 5 c. 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. G80 

t).-)64. Frank Longloy'', b. Sc})t. 2b, 1S08. 

Oof.."). Minnie LonL^'ley'^ b. Feb. 12, isTl. 

05G(3. George W. Lon-ley^ b. May 2[, 1S73. 

9o07. Kobert Long](\v, Jr.', b. June IS. 1$77. 

iJoGS. Clarence E. Longlcy-, b. Aug. 1, 1879. 

l)5G9. IIeneietta', b. Xov. S, 1S40 ; in. June 17, 1S67, William 
Hcaly ; a farmer ; lv^idence, Kuund Hill ; 8 c. 
9J70. Eva E. Healy\ b. Dec, 30. 1SG7. 
9.J71. Elizabeth A.'Healy^ b. Jan. 1. 1S70. 

9572. Augusta M. Healy'. b. Dec. 15, 1S71. 

9573. Susanna R. Healy^ b. April 14, 1874. 

9574. Agnes E. Healy?, b. April 1, 1n76 ; d. Sept. 19, 1877. 

9375. Arthur Wliitman Healy?, b. Feb. '34, 1878 ; d. March 29, 1881. 

9576. Maude H. Healy?, b. Feb. 10 ; d. March, 1882. 

9577. Bertha Healy?, b. Feb. 1, 1884. 

9578. Trances G.^ b. June U, 1849 ; m. Dec. 11, 1881, Hemy 
Henngar ; u farmer ; residence. Bear Iliver ; no issue. 

9579. WiLLiA>[ J.S b. Aug. G, 1851 ; m. Marlborougli, Mass., 
iS^ov. 14, 18S1, ^\l"aud Merry ; 8 c. 

9580. ElIaMaud,») ia iqqo 

9581. SusanRiceS \ ^- J"^>- "'^ ' '^- ^"- ^'^' ^^^"- 

9582. Rice L.?, b. Nov. 17, 1883. 

9583. Geoege RicfA b. Dec. 12, 1853; m. Feb. IG, 1880, Kate 

Sophia^, dnuglitcr of George Craft' and ]\Iary L. (Ruggles) Whitman, 

b. Jan. -4, 18-19 ; a farmer ; residence, Lawrencetovrn ; 2 c. 

9584. Annie Gertrude?, b. Nov. 25, 1884. 
9584a. James Edward", b. 1887. 

9585. Alices b. June 15, 1858 ; m. May 4, 1880, Herbert Bent : 
a farmer ; residence, Inglesville ; 1 c. 
9586. Carrie L. Bent?, b. Dec. 10. 18S3. 



9587. 7. Diadamy", b. May 28, 1815; m. April 29, 1840, Arod 
McXayr; a farmer; residence, Inglesville; ]J c. 

9588. Nancy McXayk^ b. Marcli 9, 1842; m. Dec, 18G3, 
Robert Banks ; a farmer ; residence. Paradise ; 8 c. 

9589. Bertha M. Banks?, b. Sept. 22, 1804. 

9590. Austin M. Banks% b. May 2(3, 1866. 

9591. Mary L. Banks?, b. April 2, 1868. 
9502. AViliiani Banks?, b. May 12, 1870. 
9-593. Emma F. Banks?, b. June 20, 1872. 

9594. Benrard E. Banks?, b. July 7, 1874. 

9595. Edith N. Banks?, b. Feb. 15. 1878. 
0596. AlvinB. Banks?, b. Nov. 9. 1880. 

9597. Benjamin McXAYir, b. April 17, 1843; m. July 12, 
l8Gt), Louisa Durland ; a farmer: residence, Inglesville; 4 c. 
41 



G90 tup: i)ESCf:xi)AXTS of 

9598. zVniiie E. McNayv", b. Auy;. ]4, ISGG. 

9599. Charles W. 3IcNa.vr^ b. Aug. IB. 1S73. 
9000. Leonard F. :»IcNayr-', b. Oct. '2d. 1875. 
9G01. Archie A. 31cNayr'', b. June •J9, 1883. 

9602. ]i)A M. McXayk^ b. March 19, 1S45 ; m. Dec. S, 1S6S, 
John Smitli ; a mason ; residence, Inglesville ; 5 e. 

9G03. Harriet Smitii", b. Feb. 11. 1871. 

9604. Diadainy Smith'', b. July 8, 1872, 

9G05. Edith Smith-', b. Nor. 23, 1874. 

900G. Esther Smitli\ b. April 30, 1876. 

9G07. Delia Sniith% b. Oct. 29, 1887. 

9608. WniTFiELD ^[cXayh^ b. Dec. 8, ISiO ; m. Oct. 1, 1871, 
Mary ElizaViotlr', daii^'bter of Geoi'fre' and Sarah (Lord) Daniel-. !>. 
Oct. 4, 184:8 ; residence. Lav,-]'encetown ; is in the employ of tlie 
Windsor <t Annajiolis llaib'oad Co. ; 2 c. 

9609. Orod Milford 3IcNayr', b. Oct. 9, 1S7B. 
9010. Cora A. McXayr^ b. July 9. 1875. 

9611. ZEiiViAH MoNayr-, b. May 7, 18-48; nnmarried; resi- 
dence, Lo^ve]], Mass. 

9612. Caroline McNayr:, b. March 14-, 1850: nr. March 9. 

1873, Joscj^h Atkins, son of Tiobert and llannali (Atkins) Freemiin. 

b. Milton, 2s. S., May 31, 1829; a farmer; residence, Springfield, 

>r. S. ; 5 c. ' 

9613. Otsford Freeman^ b. Jan. 4, 1874. 

9G14. Annie Freeman^ b. 3Iarcli 13, 1877. 

9015. Lulu Freeman", b. Aug. 6, 1878. 

9016. Robie Freeraan^ b. Feb. 22, 1881. 
9617. Bessie Freeman '^ b. June 14, 1883. 

9618. Augusta McNayr^ b. Jnne 9, 1851; m. dime 28, 1881, 
Albert Grover; a machinist ; residence, St. John, N. B. ; 2 c. 

9619. Eliza A. GroTer^ b. April 16, 1882 ; d. Sept. 23, 1833. 

9620. Eliza A. GroverS, b. Jan. 8, 1884. 

9621. Hexry MgXayr', b. March 14, 185-4; m. Sept. 24, 1879. 
Maria A.-, daughter of Henry" and Elizabeth (McFadden) Merry, 
b. April 26, 18.j9 ; a fariner; residence, Inglesvillc ; 1 c. 
9623. Owen :^IcNayr^ b. Feb. IG, 1883. 

9623. Laura McXayii\ b. Oct. 12, J 857; m. Nov. 10, 18S0, 
"Willai'd Andjr()>e^, son of v\nd)rose L. and Sarah Eliza (Whitma]fj 
Banks, b. Dec. 23, 1859; a farmer; residence, La\vrenceto\vn ; no 
issue. 

9624. rticriAui) ^^cNAYR^ b. Juno 27, 1859 ; m. Nov. 25, 1882. 
Sarah Bandick : residence, Boston, ]\fass. ; no issue. 



JOHN \VHIT^rAX OF WEYMOUTH. C'Jl 

9025. WiLLARi) P. McXayh', b. June 27, 185:); d. April 8, 
1860. 



0G2G, S. Asa', 1). Judo 2*), 1817; m. April i.^5, isi:-;, Mary Eliza 
Beals ; a farmer ; residence, liiglesville, wlieru lie d. May 21, 1879 ; 
11 c. 

0G28. ]\[akgaket Axxie^, b. Nov. G, 1843 ; unmarried. 

9G29. LrciNDA-^, b. Sept. 27, 18-10; m. April 13, 1880, James P. 

Cunuingliam ; residence, Kentville ; 2 e. 

9G30. Grace Eliza Cunniugliain', b. Morcli 9, 1SS3. 
9G30a. Alice 'Mny Cunninghaiu , b. Dec. 5, 18S4. 

9031. Matilda^ 1). May 2(), 1849 ; m. Xov. 3, 188*), James Car- 
Ian ; residence, Annapolis ; 4 c. 

9G3-3. Maggie Althea Carlan^ b. Aug. 6, 1882. 

9633. Lizzie Etta Carlan^ b. Aug. 7, ISSS. 

9C33a. George Whitman Ca^lan^ b. Aug. 14 : d. &>pt, 21, 1SS4. 

9633b. Nellie May Carlan^ b, Oct. 21, ISSG : d. 31arch, 1887. 

9G34. Geokge Wesley", b. Sept 10, 1851 ; d. March 1, 1859. 

9635. James Edavaki/, b. April 3, 1854; m. Ang. 12, 1885, 
Mary J. Pontliuson ; residence, Moncton, X. B. ; 1 c. 

9635a. Alston Leslie'', b. June 6, 1887. 

9636. Lydev MakiaS, b. May 29, 1857 ; m. Oct. 22, 1878, Alli.ter 
Taylor ; residence, Inglesyille ; G c. 

9637. Matilda Annie Taylor^ b. March 4, 1879. 

9638. Alicia May Taylor^ b. July 23, 1880. 
9839. Sarah Lavinia Taylor 9, b. Dec. 7, 1882. 
96393. Minnie Irene Taylor', b. Oct. 9, 1884. 
9639b. Gilbert Ovan Taylor^ b. Tdarch 6, 1886. 
9839c. Gertrude Eva Taylor'', b. March 3, 1888. 

9640. Geokge xVyery-, b. Xoy. 17, 1859; m. March 9, 1887, 
Josie Alden Prooks ; a farmer ; residence, Hampton ; 1 c. 
9641. Stanley Brooks', b. Jan. 18, 1888. 

9042. Cathaet^-e MAHALA^ b. March 2; d. ^lay 10, 1802. 

9043. As\ MiLLEDGE«, b. Sept. 12, 1803. 

9044. JMaky Loretta^ b. Jan. 2o, 1807; m. Dec. 21, 1880, 
Arthur S. Peals; resideiice, Tnglesville. 

9045. Leander ISIokse, b. July 20, 187<>. 



9040. 9. Amos', b. April 21, 1819; m. Feb. 3, 1842, Mary Ann 
Haimam, b. Jan. 18, 1817; d. Aug. G, 1883; a farmer; residence, 
Jnglesville; 9 c. 



G92 TUE DESCENDANTS OF 

964:7. Sarah Jaxi:^ 1.. March 2:3, 1S4-4 : m. Nov. 10, 3 803, 
James Alhert"*, S(»n oi' J^jhu" and Sarali (Jjealsj "Wbitinau, b. Xov. 
12, 1S12 ; a faniiur ; residence, InglesviJle ; 9 c, see line. 

9(US. Edavakd K.^ 1). Sept. 23, 18-15; m. Nov. 28, 186S, Plio^be 
Warner, b. Jmie 18, 18.50; a farmer; residence, Inglesville ; S c. 

9649. Her'oert L.^, b. .-Vpril 20, 1871. 

9650. Ealpli B.". b. Fob. 13, 18:3. 

96ol. Fnmk M.^ b. Nov. 15, 1874. . - 

9652. Harriet MalKI^ b. Jan. 14, 1877. 

9653. Reginald-', b. Feb. 2, 1878; d. Jan. 28, 18S3. 

9654. John A.''. ) , io iqqi 
/^/.-t T- • ^r I b. March 13, 1881. 

9655. Lizzie May', ) ' 

9G56. Elma Lansdov^-ne^ b. May 14, 1883. 

9G5Y. Chai^les A.^ b. Maj 16, 1847 ; m. Marcb 15, 1S71, Mary 

M. Sprowl, b. Feb. 25, 1849 ; a farmer ; residence, Inglesville ; c. 

9658. Susan A.^ b. Jan. 29, 1872. 

9G59. Lewis M.^ b. Dec. 22, 1874. 

9660. aiarles L.^, b. July 24, 1876. 

9661. Ambrose L.^, b. Feb. 21, 1878. 

9662. Sophia L.^ b. March 6, 1880. 

9663. Lydia May 3, April 28, 1883. 

9064. xVnxie G.". i). Jan. 28, 1849; m. Nov. 10, 1868, Edgar 
Barteanx, b. Dec. 5, 1844; a farmer; residence, Inglesville; S c. 

98G5. Fred Barteaux^ b. Jan. 12, 1871. 

9666. Margaret E. Barteaux^ b. Feb. 27, 1873. 

9667. Euphemia Barteaux^. b. Aug. 26, 1873. 

96GS. "\V. Egbert Barteaux^, b. June 30, 1875 ; d. June 3, 1888. 
966'J. Ainsley Barteanx^, b. May 3, 1877. 

9670. Annie Barteaux^ b. Nov. 8, 1878. 

9671. Alda Barteaux^ b. June 25, 1880. 

9672. George Barteanx?. b. May 28, 18^2 ; d. May 30, 18S8. 
9672a. Dudley Bartcaux-, b July 16, 1887. 

9673. William TJ.', b. Ang. 9, 1850; m. March 21, 1871, Emma 
Diirland, 1). Jan. 4, 1850; a farmer; residence, Inglesville; 7 c. 

9674. Percy Bernard", b. Jlay 7, 1872. 

9675. Lucy Sophia^ b. July 7, 1873. 

9676. Cora LucJ■etia^ b. Dec. 10, 1874. 

9677. Ardellis Orman'\ b. Sept. 1, 1876. 

9678. Udebilla May-', b. Oct. 30, 1878. 

9679. Eicliard Douglass '% b. Oct. 20, 1880. 

9680. Hermon Alton% b. Marcli 26, 1883. 

9681. Fidelity C.^ b. Dec. 2, 1852; in. Dec. 8, 1873, Daniel 
Spruwl, b. ]\ra_v 25, 1842 ; residence. Bear lliver : 3 c. 

9682. Laura 3Iay SprowP, b. April 3, 1875. 

9683. James Amos Sprowl-'. b. April 14. 1877. 

9684. Frank Lome SprowP, b. April 27, 1878. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 693 

90S5. Alfijed S.*^, 1). April 21, ls:.4; iiinnamod. 

0686. Jesse ]il.', b. :\rarch 16, 1S56 ; m. Ay)ril 26, 1SS2, Ada 
]M. A'inceiit, b. July 6, 1862; a ftinnor ; residence, luglesville ; 
1 e. 
9G87. Clifford :>Jontagu£■^ b. .April 25, 1SS3. 

96S8. EuPin:>n/A b. June 18, 1858 ; unmarried. 



9689. 10. Oldiiam^ b. Jan. 25, 1822; m. Eebecea Cochran; lie 
resides on the luimestead at Lawrencctown ; 9 c. 

9690. David'', 1>. Aug. 18, 18-15 ; uiunarried ; at home. 

9691. JosEPHixi-:^ b. Sept. 29, 18-17 ; nnnLarried ; at home. 

9692. Bexjamix*, b. June 26, 1849; unmarried; at home. 

9693. P^a■:p.E^ b. Sept. 22, 1851; ni. Oct. 13, 187-1, Matthew, 
son of Pati-iek and Mrs. Xaney (Churchill) (]]aker) Eoach, b. Feb. 
12, 1847 ; a farmer ; residence, Hartford, Yarmouth County ; 6 e. 

9694. Josephine W. Roach", b. Jau. 14, 187G. 

9G95. Mabel Roach^ b. March 2"^, 1877. 

GG9(J. Grace Roach^ b. May 2, 1879. 

9G97. Jennie J. Roach^, b. Oct. 6, 1881 ; d. March, 1885. 

9G&8. Benjamin W. Roach^, b. Nov. 1, 1883. 

969Sa. Arthur Roacli'-', b. March, 1886. 

9699. CAE0LIXE^ b. Sept. 7, 1853; m. Oct. 30, 1876, Horace 
G., son of AVilliam Henry and Martha Jane (Dugan) Bishop, b. 
DeMont, Me., Oct, 16, 1852; a macliinist; residence, Paradise; 
5 c. 

9700. Tola M. Bishops b. Oct. 5, 1877. 

9701. Frank Bishop\ b. Aug. 31, 1879. 

9702. Henry Oldham Bishop'-', b. Clinton, Mass., Oct. 3, 1881. 

9703. Annette C. Bi.shop', b. July 02, 1884. 
9703a. Florence C. Bisliop-', b. March 27, 1887. 

970-4. Joiix D.^, b. Oct. 8, 1855 ; d. young. 

9705. MiN>iE,M). Oct. 29, 1858; uumarried. 

9706. AViLLTAM A.^ 1). April 1, 1860 ; unmarried ; residence. 
So. Framingham, ]\rass. 

9707. Lavinia-, b. July IS, 1862 ; unmarried. 



^>708. II. ]\Iercy'', b. ; m. Andrew Kniffin ; resi- 

dence, Aibaiiy, where he d. Nov. 20, 1870; she d. May 
10, 1875; 8 c. 



('>04: THE DESCENDANTS OF 

DIoM. i. Ia.vicy KxiiKix". 1j. June 28, is04; m. Jan. 1, 1S37,- 
Samuel \ sou of John ^^' hitman*^ and I^hu^be (ScIk "field) Tufrs. 1>. 
June 7, 1810; d. Oct. O, ISTS; slie d. July 24, ISGO; 3 c, see line. 

071<». 2. Mahala IvMiKix'. 1). ; m. Jau. 1, l.S2r., Je.s>e 

Bent; a farmer ; re.-idenee. Avlest'ord ; lie d. April IH, ISGS ; she 
d. Jan. 5, 1874; 10 c. 

9711. IsT-AKL W. BEXT^ 1). Dec. 30, 1829; d. Aug. 11. 1838. 

9712. Angelina Ben'A b. Dee. 17, 1830; m. Samuel', son of 
Jolin AVJiitman^ aud Pliu^he (ScoHeld) Tufts, b. Jmie 7, 1810; d. 
Oct., 1870. 

9713. Mekcy E. Bent^ b. Jan. 31, 1832; m. Xov. 25, 1855, 
Alfred Phinney of Lawrencetowu ; 2 c. 

9714. Sidiipy Phinney', b. Nov. 4, 1850. 

9715. Adelia Pliinnoy'-', b. Dec. 20, 18GS. 

9710. Lydia Maeia Bent-, b. Oct. 23, 1S30 ; m. John Murray 
Bolser (.f Salem ; she d. Jati. 29, 1801. 

■ 9717. ITeniiy Fakin Bent^ b. ^lai-eh 20, 1839 ; m. Jau. 1, 1872. 
Bebecca liobinsoii, daughter of Mrs. Edvrard T. ^riiit.umn by her 
1st marriage ; a farmer ; residence, Aylesf ord ; 3 c. 

9718. Henry Ross Bent-', b. June 14 ; d. Oct. 18, 1875. 

9719. Ernest Benl^ b. Feb. 11, 1877. 

9720. George Bent-\ b. Dec. 11, 1878. 

9721. Harriet Be.nt^ b. Oct. 10, 1842; d. April 23, 1871. 

9722. Ellen A. Bent^ b. Jan. 10, ls45 ; d. March 2o, 1858. 
8723. E^niA Jane Bent^ b. Dec. 0, 1840 ; d. Aug. 23, IS 75. 

9724. CuARLEs BioNT^ b. Sept. 9, 1847; d. Feb. 4, 1870. 

9725. Jessie E. Bent^ b. April. 4, 1855; m. A])ril 11, 1880, 
Jonathan AVoodbury ; a teacher ; residence, Albany ; 1 c. 

9725a. Louisa Woodbury', b. 18S1. 

9720. 3. Freelove Ivniffin'. b. April 5, 1S12 ; m. 1. April. 1834, 
William Henry C<>rbett, b. Annapolis, 1812; d. July, 1840; m. 2. 
June. 1850, Benjamin Tyler of Lancaster, Mass., b. 1793; d. Mav 
14, 1874; she resides at Xew Albany; no issue. 

9727. 4. SALor^n: Kxiifin', b. LaYvreucetown, N. S., A])ril 2, 
1813: m. Xew Albany, Jan. 19, 1832, Thomas llandley, son of 
Elisha and Lydia (Ba-s) Vriiitney, b. Handley ]\lountahi, ZS'. S., 
June, 1803; d. Xe^Yburvport, ]Mass., Dec. 25, 1802; remoYcd in 
1842 to i\Iassachusetts for better educati(_)nal advantages for their 
children, re.-iding at Boston and Lancaster; subsequently settled at 



JOHN WHITMAN OF ■\VEYN[C)L'TJI. 695 

Newbiirvport, the reftidenee of his unele, Edward J^ass ; she is 
Hviii^-, 18S8, at tlieir lionicstcad, ]\'c\vbun'j)(»rt ; 5 c. 

UT'iS. Evelina Parkek "Wiiitxkv^ h. Spriiio-iidd, X. S., Oct. 15, 

Iboi; m. Xewhiirvpoi-t, -Tuly, J8('>7, (31ivei' V. ToAvii^eiid ; she d. 

Xewhiirvport. Dec. 1, ISTO ; lie resides 11 Salem St., Xewburjport ; 

3 c. 

97-39. Emily P. Townserid^ b. June 29, 1SG9. 

97o0. George E. TuwuFoml', b. Jan. '23 ; d. May 5, 187::?. 

9731. Alfred AV. Town-^tnd', b. Sept. 8, 1873 ; d. Oct. 2, 1879. 

9732. Elizai;p:th MatialxI '\V^IT^-EY^ h. Sprin^tickl, July 7, 

1831; in. 1854, Thomas, son of James and ^Mary (Brown) Hall, h. 

St. Croix, X. S. ; ]j]'ior to lier marriaii'e a te;ie]ier ; she d. May 12, 

1876; he m, 2. 1885, jtrs. Jacob Grant of AVeymonth, Dlgby Co., 

X. S. ; 2 c, h. Xewlniryport, Mass. 

9733. James Dudley lTal!'\ b. Noy. 17. l'^57 : be studied at Boston, and since 
the age of sixteen lias been constantly employed as an organist ; is at 
present organist of St. Paul's Cliuroh, Boston ; unmarried ; address, 
125 Tremont st. 

973-1. William L. Hall', b. 18G0 ; d. in infancy. 

9735. James EuwAmt AViiitxey-, b. Springlield, X. S., Xov. 5, 

183G ; ni. Jan. 23, 18G1, Susan, daughter of Capt. John and Snsan 

(Swift) Simp~(>n. b. Xewbnrypoi't, June 5, 1833 ; a merchant in 

Boston ; address, 13 Doane st. ; 7 c. 

973G. - Howard Simpson ^Al]itney^ b. Feb. 9 : d. Aug. 5, 1802. 

9737. James Ed^yard AVhituey, Jr.', b. Marcli IG, I860. 

9733. Annie Maude "Whitnej'', b. 31arcli 1, 18GS. 

9739. Mary Alden AVliitney-', b. Jan. 11, 1870. 

9710. Faitii Lillian Whitucy^ b. 3Iay 30, 1873 ; d. Oct. 12, 188.J. 

9741, V/innifred Elizabeth Whitney ', b. Aug. 4, 1875 ; d. July 31, 1877. 

9742. Dorothy Bass Wliitney-', b. April 30, 1877. 

V)713. AViLLiAM Ali.ex Weitxey^, b. Aylesford, X. S., Xov. IG, 
1838; m. Jnly 25, 1859, Elizabeth Ann, dangliter of Jolm Bntler 
and Elizabeth Ann (Talbot) Tutllc, b. Xe-\v1)ury]>ort, Oct. 8, 1839; 
a master painter ; addi-ess, 218 High st.. So. Boston ; 4 c. 

9744. Emma Augusta Whitney'', b. July 2, 1863. 

974.J. Carrie Alden Wiiiuiey', b. Feb. 2.j, I8G0. 

9716. George Henry Whitney', b. June 28. 1867. 

9747. Ella Gertrude Whitney-', b. July 7, 1870. 

;»7-i8. Geoeoe H. Whitxkv^ h. Boston, Mass., Feb. 8, 1813; 
utmuirried ; a seaii):in; a y<^»nng man of mnch promise; on his 
second yoyage, left Boston, Jan., 1805, second officer of bark 
" Btace Horse,'' for the Mediterranean, and neither vessel nor crew 
^vere ever heard of after. 



690 THE DKSCKNPAXTS OF 

97-JO. 5. ]\rAi;rrAr.ET Kxirnx^, b. July 8, 1^17; in. Dee. 27, 
1830, Edward", son of .Folin and Lydia (A\'liitiiuin*') Merry, b. 
jMarcb, li^Jl ; 8 c, see line. 

9750. 0. Maria Ann Kxii-FiN', b. April 1, ISIS; m. 'Max ], 
IS-l-S, Josei>li Callahan, b. Oct. ]3, 1S21 ; residence, Ingdesville,' C e. 

9751. Akokxa Callahan-^ b. March 21, islO ; d. June 1(), bSG<). 

9752. Jessik Callaha^;^, b. Tidy 10, ls50 ; d. Feb. IS, 1S77. 

9753. ErrLKT Callahan", b. Aug. 3, 1S52. 

9754. Fkkei.ove Callahax^ b. April 1, 1S51; ni. Dee. 19, 1SS3, 
Hem'y Beals ; a fanner ; residence, Ingles vide; 1 c. 

9755. Archie O. Beals^ b. April, 1884. 

9750. SiEruEN CALLAHA^^ b. Xov. 19, 1850; d. June 19, ISOo. 

9757. TnEKESA Callahan*, b. Oct. 22, ISGO ; d. Sept. 21. ISOl. 



9758. 7. Geokge Kniffin''. b. ; m. ]\[argaret', danghler 
of Jolni and Lydia (AVlntnian^^) Merry ; he has not been heard fi'oni 
for sonic years, and is supposed to be dead ; his widow resides at 
New Albany, xs . S. ; 2 c. 

9759. Calei^ Kniffin^, b. xVpril 7, 1812 ; ni. ^Fargaret McFaddcii. 
and d. Ang., ISSl ; 6 c. 

9759a. Milledge Kniffiji^ 

9759b. Charles Kniffiiv'. 

9759c. Lillian Kidffin^. 

9759d. Ada S. Kniffin^ 

9T59e. Love I'^niffin''. 

97o9f. Maude Kiiiffiu-'. 

9700. Enoch KNIFFIN^ b. Max 21, 1813; m. Lydia', daughter 
of Haiidley ' and Mary Ann (AVhitnian'j .Merry, I). April 3, ISlti ; 
4: c, see line. 

9701. S. DiADAMY Kniffin^, b. Xov. 25, 1810 ; ni. April 25. 
1859, William Siinj^son ; residence. Spring Hill Mines; 11 c, 
none married. 

9702. Gkove Smi'soN^, b. June 1, 1800. 

9703. James AVniTMAN Simpson^ 1). Oct. 11; d. Xov. 20, 1801. 
9701. CvKUS Bent Semj'son^, b. Dec. 17, 1802. 

9705. ^fAia- Ann Simpson-, b. Mavdi 2, 1805 ; d. Feb. 20, 1>>0^- 
9700. AKcnujALD Dickey Simpson-, b. Se])t. 0, 1807. 



jonx wiiiTMAX OF a\'i:ymoutii. G&T 

9707. Cr.AKA Jank Snri'sox^ b. April 4, 1S7<'. 

970S. Jonx Snirso^s^b. Feb. 28, 1s7o ; d. Julv 12. IS^O. 

9709. Lizzie ]May Si.mpso.\% b. July 17, 1S70 ; d. June 12, ISSO. 

9770. AViLLiAM III uriKKT Snipsox"^, b. April 8, 1879. 

9771. Daviu Staxi.ev SntPto^^ b. April 0, 1S81. 

9772. Akthuk WEr,i.[XiiTO.\ Simpson^, b. Get. 22, 1883. 



9773. III. Jaco]/', b. ; m, Elizabeth Laiigley ; lie 
settled on the liomestead, residing there durino- lii.s fathers 
life; he afterwards removed to tlie North ?»[ountaiii, now 
known as ^Marshall r\rountain, where ho died ; was at one 
time considered wealtliy, but by careless manao-ement his 
propei-ty d^vindled away, so that he left his fa mil}' in ver}^ 
moderate circumstances; she d. Sept., 1850; he d. Dec. 
25, 1850; 11 c. 

9774. 1. Eliza', 1). 1799; iii. 1820, Eubert Grintou, b. Scotland; 
a farmer; residenee, Springfield, ^. S. ; she d. Aug. 7, 1874, aged 
75 ; 3 c. 

9774a. Elizaeeth Axx Guixtox^ b. Aug. 22, 1821 ; m. Xov., 
1844, James Stoddart, b. Oct. 29, 1821; a farmer; residence, 
Sprino-lield ; 4 c, all I), and residing at Springfield. 
S775. Lucy Storldart-\ b. Jan. 19, 1847 ; m. Sept., 1884, A. F. Smith; she d. 

Mar, 1887 ; a farmer of Fryeburg, 3Ie. ; uo issue. 
t*776. Jacob Stoddart', b. Aug. 9, 1848 ; m. Nov. 2G, 1870, Augusui Marshall, 

b. Nov. 11, 1653 ; a farmer ; 3 c. 
'J777. Dorinda Stoddart'-'\ b. Sept. 9, 1874. 
077H. Bertlia Stoddart'^", b. Feb. 11, 1876. 
9779. Brittie Maude Stoddart'", b. July 25, 1880. 
97S0. Robert Stoddart', b. Sept. 11, 1851; m. May 23, 1881, PhcxM^e Ann 

Drcu', b. Nov., 1859 ; a farmer ; 2 c. 
97':;l. James Edward StoddarU", b. Feb. 10, 1883. 
!'782. Milford Clayton Stoddart'". b. Feb. 23, 1884. 
y782a. Omer Stoddart', b. Sept. 17, 1853 ; unmarried ; a farmer. 

9783. EouERT Grinton, Jk.% b. June 15, 1823 ; m. May 1, 1848, 
Susan :^Iarsliall; slie d. April 19, 1849 ; 1 c. 
9784. Susan Grinton', b. April 18, 1849 ; unmarried. 

9785. Jonx GuIXT(>x^ b. 1825; m. Jan. 4, 1851, ]\htrt]ia Jelfer- 
'"H, 1). 1830; residence, Springfield; 9 c. 

''780. Annie Grinton^ b. Nov, 31, 1853 ; m. 1873, Alfred Late of Springfield ; 
G c. 



096 TllF. DESCENDANTS OF 

97R7. Edward A. I.atP'", b. 187-1. 
97S8. Burpee Late'", b. 1878. 
9780. Bessie Late"\ b. 1S70. 

9790. Ida Late^'^ b. ISSO. 

9791. Annie Late'", b. 1831. 
9793. Charles Late'", b. 1883. 

9793. ]\Iary Jane Grinton'^ b. Aug. 24, 18oo : m. jNIay 10. 1S7S, Freeinan ^le- 
Naj-i- of lIolli;^, N. li. ; 2 c. " 

9794. Herbert ^IcNayr'^ b. May IG, 1880. 

9795. Gilbert 3IcNayr'-", b. Oct. 13. 1883. 

9796. Josc])liine Grintou'', b. Juno 8, 'i>^", ; d. unmarried, Oct. 13. 1880. 

9797. Charles W. Grinton', b. June 4. 1859 ; d. March 16, 1878. 

9798. Margaret Grinton'\ b. July 89, 1861 ; unmarried. 

9799. James A. Grinton^ b. Sept. 7, 18C3 : unmarried. 

9800. John A. Grinton^ b. Sept. 22, 1865. 

9801. Robert Grintou', b. Aug. 25, 1808; d. Aug. 15, 1876. 
9S03. Bessie Grintou', b. Nov. 2, 1871. 



9503. 2. DoKOTHY^, b. Lawreneerown, K S., Mareli 27, isos ; 
m. Oct. 10, 1S20, Jolin T3erry, h. ^liir<?\i 17, 17U^ ; d. Feb. 17, 1S71 ; 
thoy resided at (.'leinerits, Annapolis Co., X. S., till Ids death ; she 
now resides with he:- children at 1.5-1 K st., So. Boston, ]\Iass. ; 11 
c, all b. Clements. 

9504. Jacou AV}[rr.MAX Behky-, b. Jan. 19, 1S2S ; ni. ^lai'blehead, 
Mass., Dec. 2-1, Isol, Louisa, danghter of George Ditmos and 
jMaria Catharine (AV right) Hinds, b. Aimapolis C'u., X. S., April 25. 
1831; he came to Marblehead, April. 1S50, remaining two years, 
when he removed to Boston ; after a residence of fonr years he 
went to Xova Scotia; Oct., ISHI, he retnrned to Massachusetts 
and settled at Allston, where he now resides ; a carpenter and 
bnildcr ; o c. 

9805. Maria Elizabeth Bcrry='. b. ^[arblehead, June 23, 1852: m. Allston, 
April 24, 1879. Edwin Alvin. son of Lemuel C. and Mary A. Kims, 
b. Heath, about 1854 ; a carpenter ; )'esidence, Alston ; 1 c. 

9806. Nelson Cliilds Nims'", b. Jan. 2, 1883. 

9807. Otis Hermon Berry-', b. Nov. 11. 1862. 

9808. Charlotte SrHilhwick Berry^ b. rdarch 1, 1SG6. 

9S09. AnioAiL Buoom Bkkkv', h. Oct. 7, 1S29; m. 1. Annapolis 
Co., X. S., Jnne, 1S19, LaM'rence, soil of James and l^liza (Berry) 
Beard, b. about 1S27; d. Xova Scotia, Oct. 21. 1S51; ni. 2. 
Annapolis County, Jan. 19, 1S59, Henry, son of William and Bar- 
bara (Meri-itt) Floyd, b. Chester. X. S.. A])ril. Is30; a carpenter: 
residence, Boston, Mass., where he removed, July, ISOl; 1 c. 

9810. James Bartlett Beard", b. Nova Scotia, Feb. 13, 1851 : m. Boston, Oct. 
7, 1882, Emily II. G., daughter of Nathan and Alice Huestis, b. Yar- 
mouth Co., N. S. ; a painter ; residt-nce, Boston ; no issue. 



JOHN WniT>[AX OF WEVMOITH. 699 

OSU. Eedkcca Elizai;i;tii ]>l;la;v^ b. March 21. 1S31; m. Dec. 
2-2. 1849, AVilliaiii Lon--. b. A\v^. I'.t. ISU ; his second wife; a 
fanner; residence. I'enr Ui\er; 14- c. 

\)S^^2. Priostly Lojig', b. Dec. G, IS.-m); m. 1. Feb. 1±, 187G, Jaiic Soi)lironia 

Sauf.ad. b. ; d. Jan.. 1SS2 ; m. 2. Oct. {), 18S2, Ella Wallace; a 

fanner ; residence, Clements ; 1 c. by 2d m. 
'JS13. Eva May Long", b. Oct., ISSo. 
9SU. Thomas Roby Lony', b. July a. 1852 ; m. Nov., 1879. Jane, daughter of 

Samuel and Eliza (Simmuuds) Milberry ; a sailor ; was drowned in Bear 

River, July 13, 18S4 ; 2 c. 
9815. Ralph Long", b. July 20, issl. 
9810. Thomas Long^", b. July 15, l^Si. 

9817. Charlotte Long , b. Aug. 29, 1858 : d. Jidy 29, 1857. 

9818. Althea Ann Long-', b. Clementsvale, April 22. 1855; m. Sept. 20. 1878, 
Thomas Aiusley. son of Richard Harding and Rebecca Elizabeth 
(Potter) Sanford, b. Clementsvale, Dec. 5, 1853; he came to Boston, 
June 1, 1883, and Feb, 2, 1881, brought l\is family; a carpenter ; resi- 
dence. Allston : 2 c, b. Clemoitsvale. 

9819. Hobart A, Satiford^". b. July 22, 1S77. 

9820. Herman D. Sanford-'\ b. March o. 1879. 

9821. Jacob Whitman Long-', b. Sept. 17, 185G ; m. Sept. 17, 1883, Izetta 
Ritchie ; a farmer ; residence, Clements ; 1 c. 

9823. Walter Long", b. Get. 1, 1883 ; d. July. 1884. 

9823, Corey O. Long-', b, April 22, 1858 ; m. Nov. 2, 1S79, Martha Long ; a 
seaman ; no issue, 

9824. Martha Long-', b, Dec, 12, 1859 ; m. Nov. 13, 18S1, Adney Long ; a 
seaman ; 1 c. 

9835. . Oscar Long'"', b. jlarch 17, 1883. 

9826, Fletcher Long% b. Dec. 8, 1860 ; m. 1882, Lilly Scheiile ; 1 c, 

9827. George Loug^'\ b. 1883. 

9838. Jennie Emma Long-', b, Clementsvale, July 29, 1862 ; m, Cambridge. 
Mass., Feb, 20, 1884. Delmont Lee. son of William J. and Fanny y^. 
Stockbridge, b. Swan Island, Me., July 25, 1855; a carpenter; also 
owns an orange grove in Florida. 

9829. Joel Long-', b. Sept. 27, 18G5. 

9830. Daniel Emerson Long-', b. Feb. 19, 18G7. 

9831. Warren Long-', b. Nc^v. 29, 18G9. 

9832. John Bennett Long', b. Dec. 31, 1871, 

9833. Westley Mannirig Long', b. May 15, 1874. 

9S34-. A\^iLLi.v:\r BekkyS, b. Oct. 10, 1,S.33 : in. 1. April, 1850, 
Maria, daugliter of AVilHain and .^[ary (Ivobbius) Mc^^-al ; she d. 
about 1S5G; in. 2. Cienieiit.-vale, Xov., ]85T, Ebnira, dangliter of 
Henry and Ann (liooper) C^i-est ; bed. Prineeville, X. S., April, 
IStJT :' she has sin-ce married James Brown, bnt is separated from 
him and resides at xVllston ; 5 c. 

9835. John William Berry', b. Jan, 19, 1851 : m, 1880, Georgianna, daughter 
of William and Islartha Milner : residence, I5ear River, 

8S3G, Dorothy Annie Berry-', b. Clementsvale, Nov. 4, 1858; m. So. Boston, 
Oct. 29, 1878, Herbert W., son of Enoch and Eliza (Leigh) Coffin, 



700 THE DESCEXDANTS OF 

b. Boston, ^larcli 2, 1S5S ; an cxpres-mnan ; residence, Allston ; 2 c, b. 

Boston. 
9S37. Florence Eliza Coffin^^ b. St-pt. 8, 1879. 
983S. George David Conin'", b. Oct. 28, 18S:?. 
98o9. Florence Melissa Berry-', b. Boston, July 13, 18G0 ; ni. Boston, July 10, 

ls80, Edward K., son of Chauncey and Mary A. Page. b. Boston, about 

1847 ; a carpenter ; residence, So. Boston ; 2 c., b. Boston. 
98-10. Susan Cliauncey Page'", b. Dec. 29, 1881. 
9341. [Maurice Chauncey Page^", b. Feb. 7, 1882. 

9842. George Howard Berl•y^ b. Felj. 22, 1862 ; unmarried. 

9843. Abby May Berry-, d. aged 2 years. 

9S41. Dayid a. IlEiiKYS, I). Sept. 9, 1S85 ; m. Portsmoutli, 
N. 11., April 4, ISOO, Tni^hena Celina, claugliter of JosepL Giliiiaii 
and Mary Ann (Patcli) Clianil)ers, 1). Kitterj Point, Me., Xov. -22, 
lS-15 ; Le came to l^.oston in 1S59 to f<»llov,' liis trade of carpenter ; 
since 1S67 has been a contractor and builder ; residence, So. Boston ; 
is a member of the ^yard and city committee of tlie Order of United 
Workmen, American Legion of Honor and other organizaii<;ins ; ?> c. 

9845. Sahalla Isadore Berry'*, b. Kittery, Me., June 27, 1867. 

9846. George Ash Berry-', b. So. Boston, Jan. 13, 1870. 

9847. Mary C'eliua Berry-', b. So. Boston, Dec. 24, 1870. 

9S4S. Edwaed ]]KkKYS, b. Aug. S, 1S3S ; m. May 7, IS*'):'!, 
Joanna, daughter of James and Sarah Ann (Milncr) Frazier, b. 
Aug. 5, 1S15 ; a farmer and meat dealer ; residence, Piinceville, 
X..S.; 3 c. 

1849. Effie Louisa Berry-', b. June 18, 18G5. 

9850. Priscilla Jane Berry^ b. March 12, 1870. 

9851. Ernest Marvin Berry^ b. Oct. 20, 1874. 

9852. Joseph Hoav Berky'^, b. April 12, ISIO ; m. Dec, 1S5S, 
Lemma, dangliter of John and Mary Ann (Peck) Cress of Clements. 
b. May 2, 1S32; a farmer; residence, Bear Piver, %rhere he d. !N<'V. 
2S, 1872; his u-idow m. Dec. 20, 1S71, Charles Morgan, and resides 
at Bear Piver ; 5 c. 

9853. Dorothy Ann Berry', b. Feb. 16, 18G0 ; m. xVug. 9. IsSl, Richard Albert, 
son of Richard and Betsey (Mitchell) Godfrey, b. 1845 ; a seaman ; resi- 
dence. Bear River ; 2 c. 

9854. Priscilla Godfrey'", b. April 10, 1882. 

9855. M)Ttle Ann Godfreyl^ b. April, 1883. 

0856. Sarah Lavinia Berry', b. Oct. IG, 1><62 ; ni, July 7, 18^3, Clement Beale : 
residence. No. Head, Grand Menan, N. B: ; 1 c. 

9857. Jessie Maude Beale^^ b. March 23, 18S4. 

9858. Ezra Berry-', b. Jan. 4, 1867 ; residence, Boston, Mass. 

9859. Joseph Henry Ben•y^ b. Feb. 17, 187(t ; residence, Morganville, N. S. 

9SG0. Jonx AVkstley BEnnY^ b. June -1, 1812 ; tn. j}ear PiYor, 
Dec. 9, 18t;7, Abigail, daugliter of ]\[ichael and Ahnira (Brownj 



JOHN wiiiT.MAX OF WEY:\rouTir. 701 

liiiigcr, b. Dec. JG, 1:S-1:S; u ciir]K'nter ; resideuee, JJrightoii, ]\rass. ; 

9S61. Ella J. Berry-', b. Dee. 24 ; d. Dec. 2.J, 18G8. 

98G3. Charles ICUsworth Berry', h. Albtou, Jan. 19, 1870. 

9S63. Frank ClilTord Berry^ b. Boston, March 2S, 1882. 

9S6i. S.v_R.ui Ann Bekry^ b. Jinie G, 1844; m. May 20, 1860. 

Jo?cpli, sou of Jacol) and i\raiT Aim Peck, b. Se})!. 2S, 1830; a 

mariner; residence, Greeiiiield; c. 

9865. John Gans Feck", b. Oct. C, 1871. 

98C6. Dorinda Peck'', b, April 2, 1872. 

9867. Dorolliy Peck-', b. Aug. 20, 1874. 

98GS. Elroy Peek", b. June 28, 1878. 

9869. Hannah Peck', b. Oct. 15 ; d. Nov., 1879. 

9870. Ernst Peck'', b. Nov. 19, 1881. 

9ST1. Thomas Xelson Berry', b. Sept. 22, 1849; d. Boston, 
Mass., Jan. 21, 1873; unmarried. 

9872. Henry Allex I'.KRRY^ b. Jn]Y 5, 1852; m. ^Nov., 1874. 
Elizabetli Bobbins ; tlioy ]iave separated ; a carpenter ; residence, 
Boston ; no issue. 

9873. 3. Abraham^, b. 1810; m. Eliza Wilson; lie d. ; 
4 c. 

9874. Jeremiah*, b. ; d. in Massachusetts. 

9875. George^. 

9876. Maria*. 

9877. Augusta^ 



9878. 4. Edward Freeman', b. March 1. 1812; m. Dec. 4, 1835, 
Diadama Saunders, 1). April 26, 1815 ; a farmer ; residence, Xew 
Albany ; 8 c. 

9879. Amasa Saunders^, b. Scj^t. 27, 1830 : m. April 20, 1862, 
Bel;)ecca Freeman/^, daug-liter of Jolm and Xancy (Grimes') 
Goucher ; he d. Jan. 6, 1873; she has since married Peter Mar- 
srcrson ; 1 c. 

9880. Ralph'', b. 1867 ; d. April 17, 1879 ; vas drowned. 

9881. Edward Clarke-, b. Se])t. 2. 1838; a farmer; residence. 
-se^Y Albany ; unmarried. 

9882. William JrDsox*, b. Jtdy 2, 1841 ; m. Jan. 6, 1875, Lizzie, 
daughter of Joseph X. Pitman of Beaver Bi\ei'. b. 'May 26. IboO ; 
a foundry man ; since 1866 has resi<led in Yaruiuutli; 3 c. 



702 THE DESCE.N'DANTS OF 

9S83. Clara B.^ b. Au.ir. OO. ISTG. 

9S8L Edith L.'', b. Ocr. 0, 1S78. 

9s3J. Freeman JuJson'. b. April i:). ISSC: d. Jan. 26, ]fS83. 

OssO. MxiiY Jaxi;\ h. Get. 7, l^J:]; m. ^lau-li 10. 1S02, Eerial! 
Spiiniev; ;i iVtriiic-r; .-lie d. June 3, IsOO ; ho re.-^ick'S at AylesforJ ; 
1 c. 
98S7. Melbourne SpiniieyS b. April 15, ISCO. 

98SS. SrsAX Ikexe", 1). Jan. 27, ISIG : m. Xov. 2S. 1S72, Cliar]e< 
Crisp; slie d. Jan. 13, lSs2 ; a fanner; residence. Inglesvillo ; 
5 c. 

9889. Mary Lydia Crisp-'. 1). Sept. 20, 1ST3. 

9890. Edward Freeman Crisp-', b. Aug. 10. 1S76 ; d. Nov. l.j, 1877. 

9891. William Keudrick Crisp', b. Aug. 2."], 1877. 

9892. Charles E. Crisp', b. Jan. 1 : d. Jan. 2. 1S79. 

9893. Charles E. Crisp\ b. Jan. 31 ; d. Aug. 19, 18S0. 

9894. Haxxah Su^I^A^ 1». June 25, ISIS; iinniarried. 

9895. JoiTx Hexi;yS, ],, ^ept. 15. 1851 ; m. Xov. 1, 1870, Caroline 
Marshall; a farmer: residence, SpringHeld; 2 c. 

989G. Flora-', b. Nov. 15. 1877. 
9897. Grace', b. May 10, 1879. 

9898. Chaeles Leonards, h. xVng. 31, 1857; nninarried. 

9899. 5. DEBOEAir". h. June 10. 1-14; m. Oct. 15, 1850, John 
Miller; a farmer ; residence, Xictaux ; no issue. 

9900. 0. Edwaeiv. b. ISIO ; m. -; at one time resided at 

Jolmstowni, O. ; is said to have ha<l 2 c. but no further data has 
been o1>tained. 

9901. 7. Jacob', b. 1817; m. July 4, 1837, Eunice Prentiss, b. 
Liverpool, X. S.. ^^ov. 28, 1S15 ; d. Beverly, Mass., June, 1874; 
hed. Aug-. 20, 1S44: 3 c. 

9902. IIaepjet', \ d. A])!'!! 21, 1842. 

- b. April ; 

9903. Sopika', ) d. A]»ri] 22, 1842. 

9904. JFaeeis Piiextiss^ b. Dec. 13, 1S43 ; m. Digliton, Mass., 
Xov. 24, isO.s, Julia Alice Gcssher, b. Gardner, Me.. Aug. G, 1848 ; 
residence, T;iimtun. .Mass. ; 4 c. 

9d0^>. Gertrude Prenti-s'. b. No. Bridgev.-ater.*Mass., Feb. 20, 181G. 

900G. Arthur Plarvt-y . b. Taunton, 3Ia-.s., Feb. 1 : d. Oct. 27, 1878. 

9907. Frederick Harris', b. Taunton, Nov. 1, 1880. 

9903. Bertlia .Uice ', b. Norton, Mass., Feb. 3, 1684. 



.lOIIX WIlirMAN OF WEY^IOUTII. 703 

liDii;). 8. Xatiiaxikl', b. June -t, 1 s28 ; in. ^iov. IS, 1845, 
Anii'dina Slocoiiili, 1). June 1*J, iM^T ; residence, Ai']in_i;-to)i, wliere 
Ik; d. (>ct. 10, 18<;7; U e. 

01»1<». Lkoxakd*, 1). Au-. 23, ISIO; d. April 2'.), IslT. 

<:ii>ll. xVdeli.xaS, b. March V, IS-IS ; m. Dec. L>4. 1807, Silas 
] laidcs : residence, Port J.orne ; -1 c. 

9012. Burpee Banks', b. 'Mawh 15, IbGS). 

9013. Benjamin Bank;.', b. Sept. 30. 1870. 
09 M. Edmon Bank:^', b. Oct. 24. 1874. 
9035. Guilford Banks', b. Sept. 3, 1SS2. 

9916. AsAHEL^, b. Dec. 25, 1849 ; ninnarricd ; residence, Port 
Lome. 

9917. Einvix^, b. Oct. 12, 1851; unmarried; residence. Port 
Lome. 

9918. WillakdS b. Xov. 29, 1853; m. Jan. 30, 1878, Belle 
Millar ; residence, Port J.orne ; 1 c. 

9919. Leonard^ b. March 10, IbSO. 

9920. JoEL^ b. Oct. 20, 1S5G; ni. Sept. 21-, lS7t;, Ida Millar; 

residence, Clarence ; 2 c. 

9021. Byron', b. Nov. 8, 1878. 
9922. Melbourne', b. :May 31. ISSl. 

9923. HakeietS, b. :May 20, 1859 ; d. May 17, 1878. 

9924. FraakS, 1). Dec. 23. 1802. 

9925. Geoege^, b. Xov. 14, 1801. 



9920. 9. Asahel", b. Oct. 1, 1820 ; ni. Mrs. Hari-iet Pavniond, 
b. Sept. 23, 1825; a farmer; residence, Yarmouth; 2 c. 

9927. James Ei.WAin.*, b. :\[arc1i 5. 1853: d. June 1, 1878. 

9928. Lewis IIeakd', b. Dec. 5, 1850; at home. 

9929. 10. Lucy'', b. 1827; m. Xathaniel Lang-ley; a farmer; 
residence, Bridgetown; she d. Jan., 1847; no issue. 

9930. 11. SapvAh', b. Dee. 29, 1828; m. Jan. 4, ISOl, Christopher 
<Trant, b. Aug. 2l>, 1843; a farmer; residence, Port Lome; c. 

i»931. Odessa Gkaxt^, b. Dec. 31, 1804. 

9932. Leaxdek GeaxtS b. July 1, 1800. 

9933. Sa-rah Gi:axt% b. Xov. 13, 1807. 
;>!'34. PosiLLA Guaxt\ Sept. 22, IsCO. 



704: THE DESCENDA^s'TS OF 

00?>5. FKEK^rA^- Grants h. Oct. 2s, IsTl. 
903r). Edmon Gi:a^t', b. Jan. 23. 1ST3. 

9937. IV. Lydia'\ b. 1786; m. 1809, John :\[enT, and 
settled in New Albany, N. S. ; he d. Aug-. 14, 1858 ; she d. 
Nov. 12, 1871, aged 85; 8 c. 



9933. 1. James Merry", b. May L>r;, 1810; m. 1. 1837, ^Mercy, 
danglitc]' of Isaac*' and Mary (Hendry) AVhitman, h. Sei>t. 23, 1810 ; 
d. May 9, 1841:; m. 2. 1814, Elizabeth Hendry; slie d. March 17, 
1866 ; 9 c. 

9939. Mary Eliza Merry^ b. Ang. 11, 1838 ; m. Jan. 26, 1859, 
James Stoddart ; residence, Springtield ; 3 c. 

9940. Ira Lee Stoddart', b. July G, 1870. 

9941. Carmen Clifford Stoddart-', b. Marcli 11, 1873. 
9949. Eliza Albeita Stoddart', b. Not. 2G, 1878. 

9913. DA^^D Merey^, b. Sept. 9 ; d. Xoy. 2, 1815. 

9911. William Merry^, b. July 25, 1840 ; m. March 10, 1870. 
Mercy Eliza^, daughter of Edward' and Margaret (Kniffin'') Merry, 
b. Koy. 4, 1847 ; ]-esidence, Albany ; 3 c., see line. 

9945. Joiix BuRTOx Merry"\ b. iS^ov. 2, 1817; m. June, 1881, 

Ehira Ilntt ; a fanner ; residence, Albany ; 3 c. 

994.')a. Eugene Peer Merry^ 
994ob. Robert Merry ». 
9945c. MelbouiTie r^Ierry^ 

9946. Israel AIerryS, b. Aug. 31 ; d. Sept. 17, 1852. 

9947. Phere Jaxe MerryI b. Oct. 14, 1853 ; m. 1875, Isaac 
"Woodbury; a farmer; residence, Tj-emont, Aylesford ; 2 c. 

9948. Alice ^Voodbury^ b. Jan., 1877. 

9949. Jessie Woodbury-, b. Oct., 1878. 

9950. Pa'Fus Eik^ar Merpa*'^, b. Feb. 28, 1856 ; m. Oct. 26, 1877, 
Sopliia Hincs; residence, Albany; 2 c. 

9951. Jessie Merry-\ b. Sept. 14. 1879. 
0951a. Ralph Merry". 

9952. EiAvix C. MEian-^ h. July 25, 1858; m. July 3, 18St', 

Susan Hinds; resideiice, Albany; 2 c. 

9953. Blanche Jlerry'\ b. 1884. 

9953a. Frederick Merry-', 1). Sept. 21, 1S>^5. 

9954. AxxiE Laurie MlrryS, b, Xov. 22, 1862; m. 

DuuhauL 



JOHN WIirrViAN OF WEYMOUTH. 705 

til>o5. 2. Edward Mkihcy'. ]>. ^larcli. 1811; m. Dec. '27, 1830. 
]M;ii'garet*, dauu-liroi- of Andrew i\vA Merer OVliitmau'') Kniffin, b. 
July 8, 1817; a farmer; residence. 2^ew AUiany ; 3 c. 

005(1. William Mekky\ 1). Dee. 27, 1837; m. Xov. 3, ISGl, 
Susanna Van P>nskirk ; residence, In.glesville ; *i c. 

ItOoT. Elizabetli Merry-', b. Oct. 28. 180o. 

OO.rS. Josepli :Mervy^ b. Feb. 16. isGS. 

99.j0. Ronoldo Men y'\ b. Sept. 20, 1871. 

tt960. SusMii Merry-', b. Sept. 2, 1877. 

9961. Clara Merry\ b. March 27. 1879. 

9962. Maude Merry-', b. :\I;irch 16. 1881. 

90G3. IloNELDo Mi:iiin-8, b. June 28. 18W; in. Dec. 2*'',, 1876, 

Adelia Pierce ; a farmer ; residence, xVlbanj ; 2 c. 

9961. Euith Mprry-'. b. July 2, 1879. 
9965. Ernest Merry^ b. May 28, 1881. 

99GG. Mercy Eliza :Mekry8, b. Xoy. J, 1847; nL Marcli 10, 
18T'>, William^, son of James"^ and Elizabetb (llendiy) Meny ; a 
fa]-mer; residence, Albany; 3 c. 

9907. Adelbert Merry'', b. July 29. 1874 : d. Jan. 22, 1876. 

9968. Ellen U. Merry-', b. Nov. 9, 1876: d. April 7, 1878, 

9969. Alberta Merry-', b. Sept. 3, 1878. 



9970. 3. Jacob Merey", b. Aug. 12. 181-1 : m. 1. Mv^. Jane 
Parks CoYcll ; m. 2. Mary L. Morse ; residence, I_.awreneetown ; 
no i.-^sue. 

9971. 4. Margaret Merry^, I). May 23, 181 9 ; ra. George^, son 
of Andrew and Mercy (AVliitman") Knifiin ; see line. 

9972. 5. Mary Anx IMerky^, b. April 5, 1S21 ; m. Jan. 13, 1SG9, 
"William, son of l^oyd and Tiacbel (Beales) McXayr, b. Xov. 4-, ISll ; 
residence, S]>ringlield ; no issue. 

9973. G. IIaxdley ]\[erryM). Jan. 12, 1824: m. Afay 4, 1842, 
^[ary Ann^, dangbter of Isaac'' and Mary (Jlendry) A\^liitinan ; 10 
c, see line. 



9974. 7. Henry Merry', b. ^^[ay K". 1829; m. Eeb. 5, 1855, 
Elizaljctli McEadden ; residence, Xe^v xVllxiny ; 9 c. 

9975. Eydia Anx :^^ERRY^ b. Aug. 2, 1857; m. Dec. 21, 1882, 
diaries Purdett of Eynn. ^NFass. 

997G. Maria A. Merry', b. April 2G. 1859; m. Sept. 24, 1879, 
Henrys son of Arod and Diadamy (AVbitnian') McXayr, b. Marcb 
14, ls54; a farmer; I'esidence. Inglesville ; 1 c. 
'•'977. Om'gu :\IcNayr', b. Feb. 10, 1883. 
45" 



706 THE PESCEND-VJS'TS OF 

9978. Daxikl 11. MY.m^r^ h. Dec. 2, 1801. 

9979. AVilt;l-k E. :Mi:ruy', 1). Dec. 7, 1804. 

9980. EvEKKTT S. :MERKy', 1». Oct. 1, 18G8. 

9981. ]3kktie\ E. :\Iekky*^, b. June 10, 1870. 

9982. IIe.xkv C. ^rKUKY^, 1). Oct. -i, 1872. 

9983. lIuKTEXSE E. MEiaa^ 1). April 10, 1^76. 
9981. Elton T. Mkkky% b. Xov. 2-1, 1877. 



9985. 8. TuppEn Meep.y^, b. ; immaiTled ; residence, Xc\v 

Al])am-. 

998G. V. Salome^ b. 1790; m. 1807, George, son of 
Eicliard and Maiy (Shafiier) Armstrongs ; residence. Ro- 
sette, where she d. Mtiy 23, 1872, aged 82 ; he d. Jan. 13, 
1876, aged 96; 12 c. 

9987. 1. Oediia:m AEMSTKONCr", b. Sept. 12, 1808; m. Apj-il 15. 
184G, Dorothy Eice, b. Xov. 2, 1806 ; a farmer ; residence, Lower 
Granville, Avhere lie d. May 23, 1^72; his M'idow is still hvini:'; 
3 c. 

9988. AYiLLiAM Armsteong'% b. April 1, 1847; m. Dec. U, 
1870, Elizal)eth [Mill- ; a farmer ; residence, Lower Granville; 6 c. 

9989. Frank O. Armstrong'', b. Sept. 13, 1871, 

9990. Alfred H. Armstrong'', b. May 24, 1874. 

9991. Samuel C. Armstrong'-', b. Nov. 30, 1877. 

9991a. Hugh Mills Armstrong^ b. Dec. 9 : d. Dec. 30, 1SS3. 
9901b. Hugh Irvin Armstrong'', b. Feb. 2, 1885. 
9991c. Mary ^lills Armstrong", b. June 10, 1S88. 

9992. iSL^xnuEEiA Akmstkoxg^, b. April 21, 1819; m. Oct. 

18, 1882, John Cossitt ; residence. Grand Joggin, Digby Comity; 
1 c. " . ' 

9993. Bruce Elgin Cossitt\ b. July 30, 1883. 

9994. Georcuanxa AemstroxgS, b. ]\[ay 31, 1856; d. May 22. 
1860. 



9995. 2. Shakxek AiarsruuxG'. b. Oct. 4, 1810; m. Harriet 
Porter, b. July 2(\, 1816); d. Xov. 26, 1882; a btone mason; resi- 
dence, Swampscutt, .Mass. ; 4 c. 

9996. Aldeet AnMsrEoxG^, b. Xov. 8, 1841. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEY.AIOUTII. 707 

1)007. Ada Aumstroxg-, b. April 2S, 184-1; m. ^iai'di U, 1S()0, 
Winslow'-, soil, (if Marecna Allen and JAieia Aim (Jh'vaii) AVhitnian'', 
b. Dec. 24, 183*2 ; liis L'd luarriag-o ; a. ina.^uii ; residence, A\''ullaston, 
]\[ass. ; see line. 

9908. SorniA Akmstroxg^, b. Aug. 21, 1817; ni. Dec. 0, 1888, 
Thcodoi'C II., son of Kiiisiuan and Ivachel Porter, b. Kova Scoiia ; 
residence, AVoUastt)!) lleiglits, ^NLass. 

9909. EuPEirr Akmstuoxg^, b. Dec. 28, 1850; went to Texas 
and is believed to be dead. 



10000. 3. Mary AiorsTC0XG\ b. Aug. 25, 1812; ni. Jan. 20, 
1835, Felix Blackburn, b. 1807; d. Dec. 17, 1808; residence, 
Avondale, Harts Couiitj, where slie d. Feb. 11, 1871; 11 c. 

10001. James Edwaim) IkAciaiuRxS, b. Feb. 11, 1S3G; m. 1857, 
Hannah AVells ; a slii}) builder ; residence, 4 Eope St., Salem, Mass. ; 
no issue. 

10002. Lydia Blackiu-t^xs, b. Feb. 12, 1837; m. May 24, 1855, 
Calvin Chute ; a ship carpenter ; residence, NeAV])ort, Harts County ; 
no issue. 

10003. Oldham BLACKurEN^, b. Nov, 10,1838; is believed to 
have d. at sea ; unmarried. 

10004. Terr.ajs-ce ]] lack burn 8, b. April 13, 1840; m. March 1, 

1866, Mary L. Blackburn — a cousin ; a farmer ; residence, Newport ; 

5 c. 

inOOo. Minnie I. Blackburn-', b. Jan., 18G7. 

10000. Mary Lillian Blac^Jn^•n^ b. Aug., 1S73 ; d. Nov., 18S1. 

10007. Georgie L. Blackburn". 

10008. AlictTA. Blackburn'. 

10009. Robert C. Bklckburn^ h. April 21, 18S1. 

10010. Martha BLACKurRxS, b. Dec. 3, 1841 ; m. Essex, Mass., 
May 27, 1883, Elislia Annabel; residence, Essex. 

10011. JiTDSox BLACK^>L■K^•^ b. Aug. 12, 1843; d. April 12, 
1862 ; was a volunteer in a Maine regiment. 

10012. Felix BlackihrxS, i,. j.^n. 20, 1845 ; d. Xov. 1, 1874. 

10013. Hexry a. AVhitman Blackburn ^b. Api-il 30, 1846; m. 
April 12, 1870, Kate Watson ; a farmer ; residence, Detroit, Mich. ; 
iio issue. 

10014. Lucy Blackburx^ b. Aj^ril 20, 1S50 ; m. Sept. 0, 1872, 
Cliarles L., son of Charles and Olive S. (Stai'k) Hubbard ; residence, 
Ca>])ar, Cal. ; 3 e. 



70S THE DESCE\iy\XTS OF 

lOiar.. ^raogie May Hu1)hard'\ b. Jan. 02, 1874. 

10010. Nellie Elizabeth Hubbard-', b. May 19. 1875. 

10017. Aiuiie Olive Huhljard-', b. Sept. 10, 1S7S ; d. Oct. r3, 1870. 

100] S. Calt-1! T'.l.ukdukn'. 1). Si'j)t. 8, 1S52; in. Dec. 22, 1S7;3, 
Belle Watson; he d. Avitliout i>siie, ^^ept. ?.t), 1S74. 

lOolO. Ei-TH 13i.ACK]irKN^ b. April 23, 1S54; unmarried; a 
teacher; residence, ]N'e\vport. 

10020. 1. WnriMAX AkmstroxgM). May23, ISlo; ni. 1. Dee. 
8, 1S37, Lncy Ilalfvard, h. March 4, ISIO ; d. March 17, 18G7 ; a 
farmer; residence, Lower Granville, X. S., Avhere he d. Sept. IS, 
1872 ; 7 c. 

10021. Agxes AinisTEoxV, 1). Ado;. G, 1839: m. Dec. 11, 1871. 
Joshua Rice ; residence, Bear Ilivei-, Digby County ; was formerly 
a teacher ; 1 c. 

1002-2. Lucy Rice-, b. Sept. 24, 1873. 

10023. Martha S. xVinrsTRoxcr*, b. Dec. 9, 1812; m. May 31, 
1883, W. Judson Armstronir; residence, Cheboygan, Mich. 

10021. ]\[aky AinrsTKONG^ b. Jan. 20, 1814; unmarried; resi- 
dence, Granville Ferry. 

10025. James J. Akmstkoxg^ h. Feb. 10, 181*3; m. Aug. 5, 
1871, Mary Briant ; I'csidence, Bo.>ton ; is engaged in desk aiiO 
show-case business ; 1 c. 

10025a. Ira B. ArmstroKg-^ b. July 16, 1885, 

10026. JoHX E. ARMSTEoxG^ b. Nov. 19, 1850 ; d. Sept. 2, 1879 ; 
a teacher; he d. dnriug his last year at college. 

10027. Elwoot) II. Al;^[sTEox(;^ 1). xVpril 9, 1853; m. Dec. 31, 
1878, Margaret^, daughter of Sanmel and Elizabeth (McDormand") 
McCormack, b. Oct. 20, 1853 ; a farmei- ; residence, near Granville 
Ferry ; 1 c. 

10028. Nellie Annstrong^ b. Feb. 21, 1880. 

10029. John Armstrong^', b. Aug. 9, 1882. - / 

10030. Mary Ethel Armstrong'-', b. June 29 ; d. Aug. 20, 1884, 
10030a. Samuel McC. Armstrong% b. Marcli 5, 18SC. 

10031. Charles F. Armstrong^ b. Sept. 12, 1855; m. Dec. 13. 
1888, Baura ]\[cKon/',ie ; a gardener ; residence, near Granville 
Ferry ; 3 e. 

10032. Josepli Vriiitmrin Armstrong^ b. Sept. 30, 18S4. 
100n2a. WiUiam K. II. Armstrong-', b. Sej^t. 30, 1885, 
10032b. George Surdor Anastrong-\ b. Sejit. 2.1, 18SG. 



JOJIN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. ' 709 

l(H»o3. 5. GiJOHGE CoKXELirs Akmstkoxg", b. Oct. 4, 1S17; resi- 
deiK'O, Boston : unmarried. 

10034. 0. AxN xVuMSTKOxG', 1). Oct. 12, ISIO; d. unnuirried, 
Sept., 1SS5 ; residence, Prospect st., Sonierville, ]Mass. 

10035. 7. Elwooi) Armstroxo^, I). -Ararcli 12, ls22; ni. IshiVQh 
12, 1S55, Mary Eliza', dan^-liter of Ilonrv a!id Maricaret (Whitman''') 
Kent, b. July 27, 1S25 ; he d. Dec. 1^^, 1S79 ; a farmer; residence, 
Eosette ; 5 c. 

10036. HExiiv Kent Akmstkoxg^ b. Jan. 12, 1S5G ; d. July -i, 
1SG5. 

1U037. George AVhit^evn xYrmsti^onc^^, b. Sept. 20, ISoS ; m. 
June S, ISSl, Annie L. Gilleatt ; 2 c. 

10037a. Elwood Armstrong-', b, Sept., 1883. 
100371). Annie E. Armstrong^ b. May, 1886. 

1003S. Bessie G. Armstrong^, b. Jan. 12, ISOO; residence, 
Newbnryport, ]\rass. 

10039. Margaret H. Armstrong^ I). July 29, 1SC3. 

10040. Frederick M. Armstrong^ b. Xoy. 22, 1SC5. 



10041. S. Edward Armstrong', b- Jidy 27, 1S24; m. May 10, 
1S55, Sarah Ann*, daughter of John H. G. and Athaliah (Whit- 
man'') Currell, b. xVng. 17, 1829; a farmer; residence, Lower 
Aylesford ; 9 c. 

10042. Charles H. Armstrong^ b. April 25, 1856; d. April 1, 
1SG5. 

10043. Guilford Armstrong^ b. Aug. 25, 1857; d. Sept. 20, 
1SG2. 

10044. Lewis Armstrong^ V. May 29, 1859; d. Jan. 31, 1860. 

10045. Alfred Armstronct^, b. Xov. 4, 1860; unmarried; a 
farmer; residence, iSo. Kingston, Kiiigs County. 

10046. Ernest xVrmstrong^, b. July 27, 1862; unmarried; a 
lawyer. 

10047. Wallace Armstrong-, b. May 18, 1864. 

10048. Melbourne AR^L<TR0NG^ b. Aug. 10, 1866. 
10019. Louisa Ai;MsTRox(f^ b. :\Iay 3, 1868. 
1O050. Rupert Armstrong^ b. Sept. 27, 1871. 



710 THE DESCEX]»ANTS OF 

1(1051. 0. Eliza AmrsTKOXG^ b. Am;-. 12, 1S20 ; u\. Max 14, 
1S16, diaries W. Sniitli ; a I'lu-iner ; residence, Xo. Ivingstoii ; 
1c. 

10052. Daxxa B. Smith', b. June 27, 1>550; m. March 1, 1S70, 
Annie E. l^atterson ; a fanner ; residence, Aylesford ; 2 c. 
lOOoS. P.obcrt II. Smitli', b. Dec. 31, 1879. 
10004. Allurt M. Siuitlr'. b. Nov. 130, 18S1. 

10055. Alice A. SMnn\ h. Nov. 21, 1S51 ; in. Dec. 23, 1S77, 
Albert Spratt of England ; a carriage maker ; residence, Provi- 
dence, E. I. ; 1 c. 
10056. Charles W. Spratt", b. March 9, 1879. 

10057. Eebecca S. Smitii^, b. Sept. 10, 1851; nnmarried. 

10058. AxxE L. SM1T^^ b. Oct. 3, 1857 ; ni. Feb. 13, 1877, Albert 
D. Patterson; a fanner; residence, Aylesford ; 2 c. 

10059. "VVilliain W. Patterson^ b. March 2, 1879. 

10060. Arthur W. Patterson-, b. March 6, 1832. 

10061. Ella B. SmitiiI b. March 20, 1801. 

10062. William T. Smith', b. June 12, 1803. 

10063. Eliza M. Smith^ b. Jan. 20 ; d. Ang. 23, 1866. 



- 10064. 10. Salome Armstrong', b. Dec. 23, 1828 : m. Jan. 25, 
1851:, James, son of James and Kebecca (Freeman) Smith, b. April 
1, 1821:; residence, Ivhigston Station; 2 c, both unmarried. 

10065. George Smith-, ]). Jan. 21, 1855 ; a cabinet-maker ; resi- 
dence, Aylesford. 

10066. MiNOT Smitii^ b. ^larch 11, I860. 



10067. 11. Thomas AK:»rsTR0XG', b. May 26, 1831; m. Dec. 11, 
1860, Sarah Miirphj ; a cabinet-maker ; residence, Boston High- 
lands ; 5 c. 

10068. Belle G. Armstrong^ b. Sept. 27, 1861. 

10069. Jessie S. Armstrong^ b. March 13, 1863 ; d. Feb. 20, 
1861. 

10070. George Armstrong^, b. Dec. 11, 1864. 

10071. AixsLEY Armstrong-, b. Aug. 5, 1867. 

10()72. Alei;ed Armstr()Xg\ b. iMay 6, 1872; d. Apiil 2i', 
1871. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEY.MOUTlf. 711 

■ W^Td. 12. Asa Aumstkoxg-, b. xsov. 10, ls;];j; m. 1. Aim 
Miirpliy; in. 2. Jane Furnace; a cabinet-tnakei- ; residence, 5 
Autumn st., E. Smnerville, ]\Ia^s. ; 7 c, three bv 1st ni., four by 2J 
m. ; names unknown. 

10074. VI. Edwakd", b. ; m. about 1808, Eliza- 

betb Tileston, cbniglitev of Col. Christopb(?r Prince ; lie 
settled at Lawrencetown on the old Prince farm and built 
the Ked House on this property ; at one time owned nnich 
landed property and was a smart and enterprising mer- 
chant; a portion of his wife's estate he sold lier uncle to 
obtain money to put in a vessel ; he later built a vessel at 
the LawrencetoA\n l>ridge in company -with his brother-in- 
law, C. K. Prince, and sailed in her as captain, leaving- An- 
napolis, Dec. 31, 1817, bound for Antigua, but ^\-as never 
heard from ; it is supposed that the crew mutinied, and this 
idea gained some conhrmation from the execution at Balti- 
more, some years afterwards, of a Swede named Peterson, 
who ^yas believed to be the sailing-master under Capt. 
Whitman ; this man, before his death, confessed to having 
destroyed several vessels and crews ; after the death of 
Capt. Whitman his widow, with her four children and 
about to become a mother, moved back to Lawrencetown, 
the family having resided in Annapolis for the preceding 
year or two during the building of the vessels ; she found 
the property heavily mortgaged and her aifairs in great 
confusion, but by great industry and energy, aided by her 
son Wilham C, she contrived to extricate herself ii'om her 
fmancial troubles and bring up her children in a fitting 
manner; the date of her death is unknown; 5 c. 



10075. 1. Hon. William CAGXEY',b. March 29, ISoO; m. Xov. 
27, ]S3(), Carohne Eeljea of Carlcton, oS:. B., b. Jaa. 20, ISIG ; d. 
•bin. 25, ISSl:; he d. July 2, 18S1, aged 72; at, the time of his 
father's death he was a mere boy. but witlj characteristic energy he 
devoted lumself to the assistance of his mother and the family ; 
liaving received a small sum from AVilliam Cagiiey, for whom he 
^vas named, he ])ureliased a heifer, and thus supplied the family 



712 THE ])ESCEXJ)AXTS OF 

with milk and ])utter; lie k-arucd tlie trade of sli..cinaker, and 
wlien 111! liecaiue older occa^ioiially tauu-Iit .-reliool ; at one Time 
resided in Xew r>riinswiek engag-ed in ])edd]ing ; liere he niet his 
wife, and after Ids marriage returned lioine and settled onliis father's 
farm, whieh bv his ijuhistry liad been freed from dcljt ; from the 
time of his return home till his death he took an active interest in 
politics, allying himself with the Li1)erals ; he was several time., 
nominated as a lilx-ral candidate tV)r tlie county against Judo-e J. 
^V. Johnston, then the leader of the Conservatives, and thotiu'h 
never successful, his defeat was by such sjuall majorities as to be 
very flattering to liis inlluencc and altilities as a si)eaker ; 1S4>, lie 
was appointed a Justice of the Peace, and Oct. :?5, ISGl, was calle<l 
to the Legislative Council of Xova Scotia, a position he retained 
till his death ; •' although not a brilliant speaker, his remarks were 
models of clearness and common sense, and he was ever readv to 
uphold the right atni denounce the wrong, so that it may be said of 
him through his political career, that his course was marlced with con- 
sistent firmness for the welfare of his country ; friend and foe found 
in him ati unliinching advocate of the right, whom no consideration 
could move ; his ambition was in all things to be a true man ;"' 12 c. 
lOOrC. Sarah A.^, b. Ja)i. 2^, lS3s ; m. Dec. 30, 1S55, ^Villiam 
Cliesly ; a farmer; residence, Pine Grove, X. S. ; (3 c. 

.10077. Annie A. Chcsly», b. Feb. 3, lyGO ; m. Jan. 5, 1882, William E. Johnson 

of Middleton. N. S. ; 1 c. 
10077a. Adelia Johnsoni'^ b. Dec. 2. 1S76. 

10078. Caroline E. Chesly^ b. Nov. 15, 1S61 ; m. Dec. 21, 1881, C. Noble 
Philips ; residence, Middletou, N. S. ; 1 e. 

10079. Frank Kenneth Philips'^ b. Oct. IG, 1882. 

10080. William H. Cliesly-', b. June 29, 1803 ; d. June 28, 1873. 

10081. Florence A. Chcsly'\ b. Feb. 10, 1805 ; m. Feb., 188G, Charles Phinney 
of Middleton ; 2 c. 

10081a. Beatrice Phinney"\ b. Dec, 188G ; d. Feb., 1887. 

10081b. Phinney'", b. Jan. 6, 1888. 

10U82. Frances Q. Chesly-', b. Dec. 16, 1867 ; m. June 21, 1887, Charles L(av- 

ell of Whitneyville, Me. 
10083. Lottie M. Chesly, b. March 20, 18G9. 

100S4. John WILLIA.^t5, b. xVtig. 27, 1S39; m. 1. Dec. 0, isr;3. 
Sarah Elizabeth Warwick, b. Dec. 1, lbd2 ; d. Oct. 33, ISTG ; m. 2. 
July 12, ISTS, Annie Hall, b. June 13, lb-13 ; he was brouglit up 
on the fai-m and i)i his father's store till after his marriage," when 
he succeeded his father in business ; has been engaged since that 
time in general mercantile business; is a ]uil)lic-spirited man and 
has done much toward building up and improving his iiative town : 
5 c, all bv 1st m. 



JOIFN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 71 S 

l(>0.s.j. W. Herbert ^.^ b. May 13, 1865. 

10086. Jessie Beliiia\ b. Feb. 19, ISGT ; tl. Dec. 23, 1884. 

lOnST. Elizabeth .^lyrtle', b. Dec. 28, 1869. 

1(K)88. Arthur Hnrlan*, b. Aug. 11, 1872. 

lOuSO. Kobie ilarl-', b. June 26, 1874. 

loOOO. GeorCtE Edward', b. June 7, 1841 ; d. Xov. I'd, 1S42. 

lOOltl. James H.^ b. ^Tay 1»>, IS-l-o; m. Feb. 14, 1S77, Annie 
Toiiiliiison ; is engaged in wholesale and retail hardware aiid earth- 
enware l)usiness ; residence, Lawreneetown ; 3 c., two d. in infancy. 

10091a. Chiude', b. June 1, 1885. 

10092. Cakolixe a.-, I). June G, 1S15 ; m. Xov. 12, 1SC2, John 
A. Brown, b. Sept. 1-1, 1S37 ; a carpenter and builder; resideiice, 
Lawrenceto^^'n ; 4 c. 

10093. Willard J. Brown'-', b. Oct. 2, 1866. 

10094. I-eslie Brown*, b. March 12, 1868. 

10095. Cora Brown-', b. July lo, 1869 ; d. March 23, 1888. 

10096. Jessie D. Brown-\ b. Jan. 2, 1871 ; d. ^iarch 3, 1888. 

10007. Jessie II.^ b. March 17, 1S47 ; d. Dec. 28, 1807. 

1009S. Julia E.^b. Jan. 17,1849; m. JJec. 13, 1809, Hector 
McLean ; a railroad contractor ; present residence, Zanesville, O. ; 
no issue. 

10099. Jeremiah W.^ 1). xVug. 30, 1850; m. Dec. 5, 1878, 
Minnie. Stevens, b. Aug. 10, 1850 ; has been for some years engaged 
iu business; now a farmer; residence, Granville; 3 c. 

10099a. Esther-'. 
10009b, Gordon^ 
10099c. Agnes-'. 

10100. Emma C.^ b. Feb. 1, 1853; ni. Dec. 9, 1874, Amos 
Vanbuskirl: ; residence, Kingston, Kings Co. ; 5 c, 

litlOl. William Vanbuskirk^ b. Dec. 15. 1876. 

10102. Beatrice B. Vaubuskirk-', b. July 12, 18;S. 

h)103. Hector Vanbuskirk'', b. May 1, 1880 ; d. Feb. 2, 1882. 

1^104. Hector M. L. Vanbuskirk^ b. May 8. 1882. 

10104a. Vanbuskirk^ b. 1888. 

1"105. Charles P>.^, b. Oct. 13, 1850; m. Jan. 11, 1882. Eliza 
ilardwick, b. Jan. 24, 1858; he resides on his fathei-'s farm at 
l^awrencetown ; 2 c. 

"'1"-Ja. Jennie". 
5"1"51). Crofton F.» 



10 Kk; 



. Joseph lU, b. July 17, 1858 ; d. April 30, 1877. 



71 -i THE ]jescf:ndaxts of 

lOlOr. 2. Eliza", b. .A[arcli 2S, 1S12; m. Nov. 10, 1S39, Ames 
Fales of Wilniot; she d. A\nil 20, 18S2 ; G c. 

lOlOS. Edwaud WiiiTiiAX Eales\ 1). June 15, 1841 ; m. Sept. 
15, 1SG3, Harriet 8. !Nice of Carleton, X. 15. ; a fanner; residence, 
AVihnot ; 10 c. 

10109. Efhvai-d E. Faks'\ b. Oct. 2, 1803. 

10110. JiiTiios Echvard Fales', b. June 7, ISfiS. 

10111. Alicf 3Iaud Fale.s'\ b. May 11, 1870 : in. Dec. 11, 1880, Arthur L. Loe. 

10112. Florence E. Fales'', b. March 23, 1872. 

10113. Harvey I. Fales-', b. April 24, 1S74. 

10114. Amanda J. Fales=', b. April 4, 1S7G. 

10115. Su>^an J. Fales', b. April 2, 1878. 
10110. Frank W. Fales-', b. May 24, 1880. 
10117. Chester A. Fale3^ b. Aug. 29, 1882. 
10117a. Beatrice Regina Fales^ b. March 11, 1884, 

1011 S. A-Velia E. Fales^ b. Jan. 11, 1843 ; m. James Camp- 
bell ; residence, Chelsea, Mass. : 3 c., names nnlaiown. 

10119. Wesley Hexnigar FalesI 1>. Am-il 9, 1815 ; m. Dec. 
24, 18-17, Sarah E, Boulbj, b. JSiov. 1, 1845 ; a shoemaker ; resi- 
dence, AVilmot ; 1 c. 

10120. Frank Arnold Fales', b. Dec. 30, 1870. 

10121. William B. Fales\ b. July 1, 1848; d. Sept., 1855. 

10122. Carolixe a. Fales\ b. Aug. 15, 1851 ; m. May 18, 
18C8, James Smith, b. St. John, iS\ B., Jnue 24, 1830; d. Xewtou, 
Mass., June 27, 1882 ; she I'esides at Xewton ; 3 c. 

10123. Edith :i. Smilli^ b. Watertown, June 11, 18C9. 

10124. J. Willard Smith', b. Watertown. Feb. 12, 1S73 ; d. Ne%vton. July 3, 
1878. 

10125. Frederick E. Smith', b. Sept. 6. 1879. 

10120. George W. Fales', b. July 10, 1853 ;' residence is 
unknown ; is supposed to be in the United States. 

10127. 3. Edward Tilestox', b. July 23, 1812; m. May IG, 
1855, Mrs. Jane (Selfridge) llobinson, b. June 12, 1818 ; he d. July 
28, 1873 ; 3 c. ^ 

10128. Edward O.^ b. Dec. 21, 1S57; d. Nov. 19, 1883. 

10129. M.A.J. James A.^ b. March 21, 1800; nnmanied ; resi 
denee, Law•reneeto^v^l. 

10130. Ida E.^ b. Jan. 8, 1802 ; m. Alexander Oswakl ; 2 c. 

10130a. Edward Oswald'-', b. June 19, 1884. 
10130b. Jennie F. 0.,wald\ 



JOnX WIIITMAX OF WFA'MOrTII. 715 

10] ol. 4. Axx Amelia", 1>. ; m. AVilliaiu Fentoii ; slic d. 

Auu'. 11, 1S7'3; 1 c, M-ho d. in infanoy. 

10182. 5. Christopher Kimball^ b. 1818, after liis father's 
death ; d. unmarried, Boston, Feb. 27, 1850. 

10133. VIl. Charles', b. ; m. Lois Dykeman, 

and settled at xVlbaiiv, X. S. ; be d. 1850 ; slie d. lSd2 ; 9 c. 



10134. 1. Margaret'', b. Feb. 28, 1810; d. unmarried, 1852. 

10135. 2. Dorothy', b. June 20, 1812 ; m. Ts ov. 2, 1830, John 
^lillar, b. Sept. 9, 18o0 ; a farmer; residence, Xictaux, X. S. ; slie 
d. Feb. 25, 1850; he m. 2. Oct. 15, 1850, Deborah", daughter of 
Jaeob^ and Elizabetli (Langley) "Whitnian, b. June 11, 1814; 5 c. 

10130. William FIexry Millar^, b. April 20, 1838 ; m. Jan. 
25, 1805, ]\Iary Ann, daugliter of E,ev. Tliomas Xixon, b. April 12, 
1820; a farmer ; residence, Xictaux ; 7 c. .....,,._.. 

10137. Laura Lavinia Millar\ b. March 4, 1866. 

10138. Cynthia Millar\ b. June 4, 1809. 

10139. John Henry Millar', b. March 24, isTQ ; d. July 12, 1882. 

10140. Cora Belle Millar', b. May 30, 1871. 

10141. Leila Mary Millar^ b. Oct. 17, 1875. 

10142. Bertha Jaiie Millar', b. Sept. 25, 1877. 

10143. Effie 3raria Millar^ b. June 20, 1883. 

10144. Charles Millar^ b. Sej)!. 0, 1840 ; d. Jan. 12, 1844. 

10145. Jacob MiLLAF^.b. April 30, 1844; unmarried: at home. 

10140. Louisa F. :^Iillar^ b. xVpril 2, 1840 ; m. April 5, 187o, 

Isaac Slocomb. 

l"117. La^nnia Slocoinb'. b. Jan. 15, 1871. 

1(1148. Cora Slocomb^ b. Feb., 1874. 

10149. Lily Maude Sloconib\ b. Aug. 7, 1878. 

10150. George Whit:max' Millar-, b. Jan. 0, 1850 ; d. Dec. 
21, 1807. 



10151. 3. Louisa", b. June 10, 1814; m. Dec. 24, 1833, raissell 
Dnrland, b. Oct. 15, 1808 ; d. April 2t), 1881 ; a farmer; residence, 
!^]'riiigfiel(l, X. S. ; 5 c. 

1*»152. Carolixe Durlaxd^, b. Xov. 9, 1854; m. 1. Aug. 0, 
1^5<), Samuel Daley S prowl ; d. Oct. 20, 1803; m. 2. Oct 3, 1805, 
^^ illiam S. Wilson ; residence, Tremont, J'^^nyrton ; 2 c. 
1"153. George C. Wilson', b. Nov. 1, 1807. 
»"154. Lovenia A. Wilson-", b. Oct. 1, IbOO. 



71 fj THE DESCENDANTS OF 

10155. GEOUCrE Dukt.axdI 1). April 4, 18oG; m. Oct. IS, iscij, 
:\Lrttilda McNayr, b. Dee. 4. isll ; 8 c. 

lOloG. Idella Mary Durland', b. Aug. '29, 18G1 ; m. Jan. 19, 1886, Lambert 
McNayr. 

10157. Guilford M. Duvland\ b. July 10, 1S60. 

10158. Emory C. Durlaud^ b. Jan. 13, 18G9. 

10159. James i[. Durland', b. March 3, 1871. 

10160. William M. Durland', b. :\iay 8, 1873, 

10161. George A, Durland^ b. Oct. 22, 1876. 

10162. Cora S. Durland^ b. March 7, 1879. 

10163. Everett M. Durland-\ b. Sept. 6, 1881. 

lOlG-1. Ja^ies E. Duklaxd^ b. April S, 1838; d. Marcli 'J-2' 
1861. 

10165. Margaret Durland', 1>. Xov. 10,1843; m. March 0, 
1864, Arod McXayr, b. Jan. 31, 1840; 4 c. 

10166. Charles McXayr\ b. Nov. 26, 186-1. 

10167. Herman M. MeNayr', b. Dec. 18, 1869. 

10168. Maud McXayr'. b. Nov. 26. 1875. 

10169. Lenora Durland\ b. Aug. 23, 1847; m. 1. April 1, 
1870, Kobert Freeman, b. Feb. 29, 1847 ; d. Oct. 8, 1876 ; ni. 2. 
Dec. 2, 1879, James Grimm, I). April 30, 1852; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Springfield ; 4 c. 

10170. Ernest A. Freeman^ b. Nov. 29, 1872. 

10171. George F. Freeman', b. Dec. 27, 1874. 
10171a. Ethel Freeman^ b. April 2, 1876. 
10171b. Alma G. Grimm-', b. Dec. 11, 1881. 



10172. 4. George Craft", b. July 2, 1817 ; m. Sept. 10, 1844, 
Mary L. Ilnggle.^ ; a farmer ; residence, jSTcw Albany, where he d. 
Jan. 15, 1850 ; 3 c. 

10173. Letitia^', 1). Se])t. 15, 1845 ; m. June 8, 1S70, Milledge 
Illsley ; a farmer ; residence. Cornwallis ; 4 c. 

10174. Aubray AVliitman Illsley '. b. May 21, 1871. 

10175. Mabel Illsley', b. Sept. 1, 1872. 

10176. George lllsley% b. June 26, 1874. 

10177. Ernest Illsley-', b. Dec. 17, 1875. 

10178. CiiARLEs\ b. Aug. 1,1847; m. July 6, 1870, Cynthia 9, 
danglitcr of Charles U. and Charlotte Tupj^er (Parker^) Oakes, 1). 
Xov. 29, 1855; a farmer; residence, i^ew Albany; 2 e. 

10179. George Craft-', b. April 26, 1880. 

10180. (Unnamed-), b. March 3, 1886. 

10181. Kate Sophia^, b. Jan. 4, 1849 ; m. Feb. 16, 1880, Geoj-ge 
Kice', son of El)enezer llice'^ and Susan (Beals) Wljitman, b. Dec. 
12, 1853; a farmer ; residence, Lav\'renceto\vn ; 1 c, see line. 



JOHN WniTMAX OF AVEY^irOrTlI. 717 

101 82. 5. Jamks E.'', 1». May r>, 1810; a fanner; residence, Xew 
Albany ; iinnian-ied. 

1((183. 6. Isabel", b. May 20, 1821.; m. Jan. 1, 1850, George 
Gates ; a fanner ; residence, Ingles ville ; she d. ]\rarcli ol, 18(i2 ; 5 c. 

10183a. Irene Gates^^, b. Jan. 27, 1852; m. Dec. 25, 1878, 
Xeander P.^, son of Daniel'^ and Sai-ah Aim (Marshall) Whitman, 
b. Xov. 13, 1853; a farmer; residence, Xew Albany; 1 c. 
101S4. Grace L.^ b. June 13, 1SS4. 

10185. Gideon "Wellington Gates^ b. Sept. 18, 1853 ; m, April 
12. 1879, ISIary Elizabeth, danghter of Alfj-ed and Iiel)ecca (Dait) 
Wheeler, b. Jnly 19, 1855 ; a fruit dealer ; residence, Xewport, 
E. I. ; 1 c. ^ 

101S6. Charles Gates'', b. July 16, 1880. 

10187. Ja^mes EinvARD Gates^ b. May 20, 1855 : m. April 24, 
1881, Emma Anna, daughter of Charles M. and Aniia A[. Dickinson, 
b. Dec. 18, 1859 ; a carpenter ; residence, St. Joseph, Mo. ; no issue. 

10188. Geouge Eussell C^ATES^ b. March 17, 1857; m. Jan. 
21, 188-1, Xellie Isabel, daughter of Matthew and Eoxanna G. 
Bailey, b. March 20, 1858 ; residence, liolliston, ]N[ass. ; no issue. 

10189. Chaeles Wiiit^ia^s GATES^ b. April 17, 1860 ; m. July 
10, 1881, Hattic J., daughter of Moses J. and Anna E. (Kidder) 
Adams, b. Dec. 14, 1801 ; is supcrhitendent of the Xew England 
Weston Electric Light Co. station ; ofHce, 18 Post-Office Square, 
Boston ; 1 c. 

10190. Carl Adams Gates^ b. July 2o, 1885. 

10191. 7. Salome', b. Xov. 12, 1822; umnarried; residence, 
Kew Albany. 

10192. 8. Ikene', b. 1820; d. umnarried, 1^50. 

10193. 9. Sophia', b. July 14, 1828; m. Oct. 10, 1852, John 
Stoddart, b. Jan. 0, 1825 ; is one of the most successful farmers of 
Annapolis County ; residence, E. Dalhousie ; has a model farm, and 
as his hospitality has become })i'overbial, he is visited hy large num- 
bers of farmers to note his improvements in buildings and general 
farm management ; 8 c. 

10194. Louisa Stoddakt', 1). July 14, 1853. 

10195. CnAKLEs AYiiiTMAN SToDDAia^ 1). July 2, 1855 ; m. Feb. 
17, 1880, Jennie McMahon of Kings Co., X. S. 

1<»190. Annie Ep.mina Stoddaet^, b. June 29, 1857. 



T18 THE r)P:SCENDANTa OF 

10] 97. Ada Sophia Stoddakt^, t>. Xov. 10, 1S59. 

iOlOS. Jloj?KiiT Edgak Stoddakt'^, b. Fel). 5, 1S<;2. 

10100. Mary SToi.DATrr', 1). Jan. 20, ISfU; d. Feb., ISOG. 

10200. Etta Ella STonDAirr", b. July 1, ISOG. 

102<Jl. AViLP.ERT Kimball Stoddakt", b. Dec. 2, 1S70. 



10202. VIII. A?a", b. ; m. MaiyDurbmd; bed. 
"witbout issue.- 

10203. IX. Dorothea'', b. ; m. April 20, 1812, 
Ferdinand Sbafner, and settled in Lower Granville, wliere 
she d. Nov. 21, 187-1; 8 c. 

10201. 1. George Shafnek', b. Jnne 21, 1811: in. Feb. 15, 
1810, Cornelia Eogart ; a farmer; residence, Granville; he Avas 
killed by a fall fi-oni a tree, May 9, IS 78 ; 6 c. 

10205. CnARLEs Edwa-KD Shafxek^ b. Dec. 10, 1817; residence, 
Salem, Mas*. 

10200. Sarah Jaxe Shaf.xer^ b. Xov. 20, 1818; resides hi 
United States ; unmarried. 

10207. George "W I lllvm Shafner^, b. Dec. 27, 1S51; m. Jan. 
8, 1879, Gertrude Martin ; no issue. 

10208. Al>l\xza Maude Siiafxer', ]>. March 21, 1857; m. and 
livino; in United States. 

10200. Mary Eliza Shafner^, b. Dec. 14, ISGO; ni. and d. in 
United States. 

10210. John Lithgo S^AF^'EE'', b. May 17, 1801; in United 
States. 



10211. 2. DiADAMA Shafx'ee', b. Xov. 2, 1810; m. 
Kinsman; slic d. Salem, ]\[ass., Dec. 0, 1878; 1 c, 

10212. Alice Kixsmax* ; d. in infancy. 



10213. 3. Edward Shafner", b. Oct. 1, 1818; m. Mary Ehza 
Bent ; he d. r\[ay 15, 1857 ; she is also dead ; 2 c. 

10211-. TloiiKRT Shafxer'', 1). Oct. 30, 1852 ; a master mariner. 
10215. Charles SifAFXER"^, b. May, 1851; m. and resides at 
Maiden, ]^bI^s. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF ^YEYMOUT^. 719 

1021*). 4. John Siiafxek', 1>. Dl-c. 4-, ls2t> ; in. Kate Grecnwoud; 
he is dead ; *J c, three dead ; thu^e living are : 
]02r7. Sakaic Sitafnkk^. 
1021S. Hefsa Siiafxef'". 

10219. AYiLLiAM SiTAFNER^, b. April 17, 1855; residenee, 123 
Elk St., BiilTalo, X. Y. 

10220. Ann Shafni'k ; in. in United States. 

10221. Bektiia Shafnek'^. 

10222. John Shafner-. 



10223. 5. William ShafnepJ, h. Dec. 22, 1S22 ; ni. Oct. 10, 
1870, Sarali Clark ; was killed by a fall from a wagon, July 1, 
1882; 3 c. 

10221. AXNMANELLA SnAFNER"^, b. Jinic 27, 1871. 

10225. AEelden a. Siiafner^ b. May 1, 1873. 

1022G. Lewis W. Shafxek^ b. Oct. 2, 1877 ; d. Aug. 4, 1878. 



10227. 6. Sarah Ann Shafnek', b. Feb. 28, 1825 ; d. Sept. 30, 
1878. 

10228. 7. Andrew Siiafxer', b. Jan. 15, 1827 ; in. and living at 
Grafton, Annapolis Co., X. S. ; 5 c, one dead ; tliose living are : 

10229. Ferdinand Siiafner^ 

10230. Olivia Siiafxer^ 

10231. Edward Shafxer^. 

10232. KixsMAN Shafnek^ 



10233. S. AxGELixA Shafner', b. Jan. 20, 1820 ; in. June 22, 
1848, Jolm Haley ; residence. Lower Granville ; c. 

10234. Wallace W. Haley^', b. Aug. 18, 1840; m. Julv 22, 

18G9, Elizabeth Condon; a stationary engineer; residenee, Marble- 

liead, Mass. ; 5 c. 

10235. Mary Jane Haley^ b. April 6, 1871. 
102^56. Angelina Hale}-', b. July 22, 1S74. 
1U237. John Haley^ b. Sept. 7, 1876. 

10238. Margaret Haley'\ b. ^May 2, 1880. 

10239. William Thomas Haley-', b. Sept. 27, 1882. 

10240. David Halev', b. March 17, 1852; m. Jan. 18,1879, 
Ada Lrooks ; 2 c. 

10241. Jennie Haley-', b. Nov. 5, 1879. 

10242. Blanche Haley-', b. Aug. 20, 1^81. 



720 THE I)ESCf:ndants of 

102-13. DoKOTiiY TIalky^ b. March 11, 1^55; unmarried. 

10244. John ILvi.r.Y, JrJ, h. May 2S, 1S5G; unmarried. 

10245. Joseph IIaleyS, ]>. May 3, 1S58; m. :^[ay 22, 1882, 
Jessie Bent ; 1 e. 

10240. Stephen Haley", b. July 22, 1883. 

1021:7. ;Maggie Janet Haley-, b. Ajiril 3, 1868. 



10248. X. James', b. 1790; m. 1812, Maria, dauo-litcr 
of Isaac and Dorcas Long-ley, b. Sept. 26, 1794; d. Jnlv 
1, 1859; he left home and settled in the forest near Wil- 
mot, So. Mountain ; he made a clearing and in the course 
of years erected a saw- and grist-mill, an operation \vhich 
was not a very profitable investment, but of great accom- 
modation to the community, and aided in attracting settlers 
to that section ; he d. Nov., 18G2 ; 5 c. 



10249. 1. IsKAEL Loxgley', b. Due. 12, 1813; m. Feb. 19, 1838, 
Charlotte, daughter of Joseph and Sarah Spinney; residence, Tor- 
brook, "\Yibnot ; 3 c. 

10250. Sarah Maeia^, 1). Jan. 1, 1853 ; m. Dec. 2(3, 1 871, C. L. 

JSTeiley ; 3 c. 

10251. Mary Helen Xeiley-', b. Dec. 26, 1874. 
10253. Lottie Bell Nciley^ b. March, 1875. 
10253. Eric Welton Neiley-', h. Nov., 1883. 

10254. Maey A^ocie', b. June 0, 1855; ni. May 20, 1874, Na- 
thaniel C. Wood ; 1 c. 
10255. Lottie C. Wood', b. March 6 ; d. Aug. 27, 1875. 

10250. ClIAELOTTE ISA]5ELLA^, b. Oct. 17, 1857. 



10257. 2. IMaegaeet Lovisa", b. Fel). 12, 1818; m. March 3. 
1839, John M. Chute; he d. July, 1850; she d. May IG, 1S52 ; 5 
c, one d. in infancy, aged 2 ^veeks. 

10258. IsKAEL Ja:sies Citete-, b. April 17, 1842 ; unmarried ; a 
dairpnan ; residence, Wilmot. 

10259. Srs.Ax Maeev Chute^ b. Aug. 11, 1844; d. Nov., 1855. 

102011. :\rARrELA S. CnuTE^, h. 1840; d. 1848. 

10201. Ceaklotte Maxetta CnurE", 1). Sept., 1847; d. Aug., 
1851. 



JOHN ^rillT^tlAX OF WEYMOUTH. '721 

1(>202. 3. Lucy A.', b. A].nl IS, 1323; in. Xov. 2S, 1840, Joliii 
MfGre^or ; residence, Torbruok ; 5 c. 

1()2()3. George McGkegoh', b. Sept. S, 1811 ; in. 1. ]\ray 1, 18G7, 
ivuth ]>aker; she d. Jan. 25, 18G8; m. 2. April 17, 1872, Louisa 
Van Lu^kirk ; a farmer ; residence, Torbrook ; 3 c. 

10264. Jessie M. McGregor-', b. Marc-li 28, 1873. 
lOeC"). Harriet jM. McGregor', b. Dec. 28, 1875. 
10266. Clara S. McGregor'', b. April 21, 1879. 

102G7. William A. McGkkgopJ, b. Aug-. 9, 1813 ; d. May 14, 
1S44. 

102G8. David E. :^rcGKEGOK', b. Alay 27, 1845; m. :May 25, 
1874, Hattic AYood ; a fanner; residence, So. Farmington; 1 c. 
10209. Leiioy McGregor^ b. May 11, 1881. 

10270. Eaciiel M. MoGeegorS, b. April 10, 1847: m. July 14, 
1883, yEnon Baker ; a merchant ; residence, Boston, ]\[ass. 

10271. Ankie ]\I. MGGKEG0R^ b. Xoy. 24, 1860; unmarried. 



10272. 4. IsA.^c J.', b. July 28, 1833; m. Jan. 16, 1855, Sarah 
M.^, daughter of James and Letitia ("Wlieelock*) Spinney, b. Jan. 6, 
1836 ; they resided for many years in Annapolis Co., X. S., then 
removed to Marlborough, Mass., where tlie}' no^y live ; 6 c, all b. 
Nova Scotia. 

10273. I. James«, b. Oct. 2, 1855; m. Dec. 25, 1878, Louisa, 
daughter of Asel and Charlotte Il(jbcrts, b. Annapolis Co., X. S., 
July 26, 1853; Ic. 

10274. Aubrey A.^ b. Oct. 28, 1879. 

10275. William E.% b. Jan. 27. 1857 ; m. Xov. 28, 1883, Emily 
Lueretia, daughter of William and ^Mary Jane (Xelson) Frazer, b. 
May 11, 1864; residence, Marlborough; 1 c. 
10276. Florence Maud^ b. Aug. 21, 1884. 

10277. Letitia M.'", b. Dec. 6, 1858 ; m. Dec. 25, 1877, William 
K. Neiley ; 1 c. 

10278. Laura Maud Keiley=, b. May 22, 1879. 

10279. Latlmer SpixneyS, b. June 14, 1860; m. April 2, 1883, 
Sarah Frances Giles. 

10280. Benaiah L.*, b. Xov. 21, 1862; a student at Brown 
University, Providence, E. I. 

10281. G. GraiXt^ b. July 11, 1865. 

40 



Y22 THE UESCENIJANTS OF 

102.^2. 5. David E.', 1). July 28, 1833; in. April 17, 1870, ^ylrs. 
Emma Louise Rood, daughter of AMlliam P. BroM'n ; residence, 
Torbrook, Wilmot ; 2 c. 

102S3. Edward Dakmki:*^, b. Sept. (5, 1877. 

10284. Maky Alice Lovicy^ b. June 0, 1870. 



10285. XL DiADA^iY*', b. 1797; m. James Steele, and 
settled on the Whitman homestead, where lie d. July 22, 
1865, aged 95 ; she d. Feb. 6, 1865, aged 68 ; 8 c. 



102SG. 1. Margaket Steele', b. April 29, 1815 ; m. Lawrence- \ 

town, X. S., by Eev. AN^illiani (() Kobinsoii, ]March 15, 1S39. Eobert I 

Walker, b. April 7, 1815 ; residence. Port William, Kings County; j 

she d. Nov. 4, 1885 ; 12 c. I 

10287. Charles E. AValkek^, b. IMarch 3, 1840 ; m. Hudson, I 

Mass., Jan. 24, 18G0, Frances E., daugliter of William and L. V. B. J 

(Coohdge) Cliase ; a merchant ; residence, IG Beach st., Boston, j 

Mass. ; 3 c. - | 

10288. Albert H. Walker', b. July 1. 1870. | 

10239. Charles C. Walker', b. Sept. 3, 1877 ; d. Dec. 3, 1878. | 

10290. Frank Ethvln Walker', b. Aug. 29, 1881. ' | 

10291. xVlbert WALEER^ b. 4, 1841 ; d. Xov. 22, 1804. | 

10292. Mart Ann Walker^ b. Juh' 24, 1842 ; unmarried. j 

10293. Jane Eltzabetii AYalker^, b. Sept. 7, 1843 ; m. James j 
E. Little; residence, Louisville, Ky. ; she d. March 25, 1883; 3 c. j 

10294. Robert Little^ 'i 

10295. Louis Little'. | 

10296. Charles Little^ | 

10297. Emma Walker'^, b. April IC, 1845 ; m. Allison Morse ; i 

residence, Alilford, Mass. ; 1 daughter. 1 

10298. Morsel | 

10299. Dama E. AValker^ b. Alay 10. 1847; m. Benjamin | 

Baganson; residence. Port AViUiam, N. S. ; 4 c. | 

10300. Elias Baganson^ | 

10301. Enmia Ba.c;allsoll^ . | 

10302. Albert Baganson^ | 

10303. Frank Baganson''. | 

10304. Alexander AValker'*, b. Alarch 20, 1850; m. Dec. 3, | 

1872, Alary, daughter of AVilliam Henry and Lavinia (Eodding) j 

Usher ; residence, Cornwallis ; 4 c. ] 

I 



(Kjp^'vWiwrw ' • 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 723 

10305. Margaret Walker-, b. 1874. 

10306. Charles Walker-, b. 1S76. 

10307. AVilliam Walker', b. 1878. 

10308. Eliza Walker^ b. 18S2. 

1030^). Cecelia Walke<, b. July 24, 1852; d. Oct. 25, 1863. 

10310. Eliza Walker'*, b. June 7, 1854 ; iininarned. 

10311. Geokge WalkerS, b. June 18, 185C ; iminarried. 

10312. Williajm AVai>kek'', b. April 1-, 1859 ; unmarried ; resides 
with bis brother at 40 Beach st., Boston, Mass. 

10313. Majrtha Walkers, b. IS^ov. 22, 1861; d. Dee. 10, 1883. 



10314. 2. JoHX Steele', b. Dec. J5, 1810; in. 1. Nov. 21, 1844, 
Sopliia Killam, youngest daughter of Samuel Bain ; she d. Oct. 4, 
1855, aged 29 ; m. 2. Jan. 10, 1856, Gci'trude, second daughter of 
Nathan Doane, Esq., of Cape Negro ; she d. July 8, 1864, aged 31 ; 
residence, Yarmouth, where he d. Nov. 27, 1884; 8 c. 

10315. DoRiNDA Ann Steele^, b. Feb. 26, 1847; m. Nov. 21, 
1867, Howard M. Campbell of Macliias, Me.; residence, Hudson, 
Mass., where she d. May 29, 1875 ; 3 c, all but eldest b. Hudson. 

10316. Mary Grace Campbel^^ b. Machias, Oct. 2, 1S68. 

10317. Colin Steele Campbell^ b. Oct. 21, 187U. 

10318. Susan Mabel CampbelP, b. Oct. 4, 1872. 

10319. Sophia Eva Steele^, b. May 7,' 1850; m. Boston, Mass., 
July 21, 1872, Capt. Hiram C. Crosby, b. Yarmouth, Feb. 18, 1848; 
residence, Orting. Washington Ter. ; 5 c. 

10320. Oscar D. Cro-sbv^. b. Feb. 8, 1876. 

10321. Bessie Crosby-', b. May 27, 1877. 

10322. Annie Ethel Crosby-', b. Nov. 15, 1878. 

10323. Ina May Crosby^ b. Feb. 15, 1882. 

10324. Lottie Florence Crosby', b. 16, 1883. 

10325. (A daughter) Steele^ b ; d. Aug. 1, 1852. 

10326. Lottie Florence Steele^, b. Nov. 6, 1854 ; in. Yar- 
mouth, July 3, 1878, Capt. Lemuel C. Crosby of Hebron ; a master 
niariner ; residence, Yarmouth, where she d. Aug. 26, 1885; he d. 
.Lily 15, 1887; 2 c. 

10327. Orplia Crosby^ b. June .j ; d. July IS, 1882. 
10327a. Bernard S. Crosby-', b. Feb. ; d. April 21, 1885. 

10328. Mary Arabella Steele^, b. Sept. 12, 1856 ; an hivalid; 
. i"csidence, Yarmouth. 

10329. Ajl)A Ellen Steele^, b. Aug. 1, 1859 ; residence, Yar- 
n)outh. 



724 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

10?;^0. John AmiirK Stkki.e-, 1). Dec. 20, 1801 ; rosidenec, Bos- 
ton, ]Ma>;.s. 

10331. Gertrude Steele', 1». April 20, lS(i-l ; residence, Canton, 
Mass. 



1031:8. 4. Charles Steele', b. Feb. 8, 1824; m. Xov. 2, 1818. 
Ilannali Cook ; a merchant and postmaster ; residence, Port Mait- 
land, N. S. ; 2 e. 

10349. xVmy a. Steele^ b. Xov. 15,1840; m. June 3, 1808. 
Capt. Wentworth Iv. Terry ; a master mariner ; residence, Yar- 
mouth ; 5 c. 

10350. Frank Chester Perry^ b. Sept. 2. 1SG9. 
1035L Charles Arthur Perry^ b. Feb. 4, 1S71. 
10353. Flora Blanche PerryS b. March 14, 1874 ; d. ISTG. 

10353. Leonard Eay Perry^ b. May 22, 187(3. 

10354. Lawrence Wcntworth Perry'-', b. Dec. 3, 1877. 

10355. Flokence II. Steele", b. July 10, 1854 ; unmarried. 



10350. 5. Doi;iNDA Ann Steele", b. Dec. 10, 1820; m. Dec. 
2, 1858, S. F). llouuhtdn ; a farmer; residence, Hudson, ^Ma^s. ; she 
d. without issue. Dec. 9, 180.5. 



10332. 3. iMary Ann Steele^ b. Dec. 15, 1821; m. 1845, Wil- J 
liam Miller; a blacksmith ; residence. Lawrencetown, IS". S. ; he d. | 
Aug. ] , 1880 ; he d. Jan., 1888 ; 5 c. i 

10333. Elvira ^>1iller', b. Jan. 25, 1847; m. AVilliam Grant; a | 
blacksmith ; residence, Yarmouih ; T c. | 

10334. Charles Grant^ b. July 3, 18G8. .| 

10335. Annie Grants b. Nov., 1871. | 

10336. Robert Grants b. Aug., 1873. I 

10337. William Grants b. Aug., 1875. ' | 

10338. Frederick GrantS b. April. 1878. | 

10339. Blake Grants b. Sept., 1881. I 

10340. Percy Grants b. April, 1883. i 

10341. Charles IMillerS b. Feb. 27,1852; m. Addie Late; a | 

blacksmith ; residence, Lawrenccto^^-n ; 3 c. . ;| 

10342. Leander MillerS b. Sept., 1876. | 

10343. Lulu MillerS b. Nov., 1879. -| 

10344. Bessie MillerS b. April, 1883. | 

10345. Em>la Miller^ b. July 12, 1857; unmarried. | 

10346. Annie Miller^ b. June 18, 1800 ; unmarried. I 

10347. Bertha I^Iillee', b. Feb. 23, 1808. | 



JOHN Wnn\MAN OF WEYMOUTH. 



725 



10357. 6. (A (laughter) Steele', b. May 20, 1S29 ; d. June 15, 
1^31. 

10358. 7. James Edward Steele', b. Marcli 10, lS3i; the 
faiuilv have not heard ivom him for many years. 

10359. 8. William Henry Steele*, b. Aug. 19, 1833; d. un- 
married, St. John, ]S'. ]j., 1875. 

10300. 9. Israel Bent Steele', b. May 13, 1838; m. 1800, 
Harriet Crosby; residence, 280 Dudley St., Eoxbury, Mass.; 7 c., 
all b. Yarmouth. 

10301. Alice Augusta Steele^ b. May 25, 1801 ; m. 1885, 
Israel H. DeWolf ; 1 c. 

103GL1. Charles H. DeWolf', b. Stow, Mass., Feb. 7, 1888. 

10362. Clara M. Steele^ b. Dec. 18, 1860. 

10363. Jennie F. Steele^, b. Jan. 5, 1809. 

10304. George A. Steele', b. April 21, 1873. 

10305. J. Henry Steele^ b. Feb. 9, 1875. 

10306. Bernard P. Steele^ b. July 19, 1878. 

10306a. AVARD D. Steele^ b. March 19; d. July 29, 1880. 



10367. XII. Marg.\ket'\ b. March 12, 1801; m. :\rarcli 
12, 1822, Heniy Kent, and settled near Round Hill, An- 
napolis County, where she d. Jan. 3, 1887, aged 85; a 
farmer; he d. Feb. 20, 1852 ; 8 c. 



10368. 1. Dorothy Whitman Kent", b. Oct. 12, 1823; m. 
Nov. 21, 18-11:, Silas Xewcond); she d. without issue, March 20, 
1815. 

10369. 2. :\rARY E. Kent', b. July 27, 1825; m. March 12, 
1855, Eldwood^, sun of George and Salome (Whitman s) Armstrong, 
b. March 12, 1822 ; 5 c, see line. 

10370. 3. Margaret IL Kent', b. Xov. 27, 1827 ; m. Xov. 23, 
1853, Charles Hubbard, son of Simeon and Catharine (Wiggins) 
Goodrich, b. New Haven, Ct., Sept. 3, 1828; a carpenter and 
builder ; residence, New Haven ; no issue. 

10371. 4. William II. Kent', b. Sept. 4, 1829 ; m. June, 1854, 
Matilda Munson of A^ew Haven, Ct. ; he d. Aug. 7, 1882 ; no issue. 



--^ 



726 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

10372. 5. James E. Kent*, b. April 13, 1831 ; d. iinnuuTicd, 
Feb. '2-2, ISSl. 

10373. (). Cklssie A. Kent", b. Feb. 22, ]s33; ni. June 12, 
1878, Williaiii Tu}^})er ; re.-ideiice, Annapolis; no issue. 

10374-. 7. Maria E. Kent*, b. :May 10, 1 835 ; d. unmaiTied. 
Sept. 3, 1877. 

10375. 8. Chahlks J. Kent', b. Feb. 8, 1812; m. May 23, 
18fi<''), ^rarv A. Patten ; a cabinet-maker; no issue. 



10376. JoHN^ (508), John^ Jolnr, Zecliarialr, Jolmi, ■ij_ 
Stow, Sept. 25, 1753: m. about 1780, Elizabeth Rice, b. 
Sto^Y, ^lass. ; d. 1856, aged 102; he came with his father 
to Nova Scotia, and upon the division of the family grant 
settled at Eoiind Hill, Annapolis County ; an enterprising 
farmer and good citizen; he d. 1853, aged 100; 11 c. I. 
Elizabeth- II. John"; III. Letitia^ IV. Elnathan'' ; V. 
Ebenezer'^; VI. Eh'- VII. James'M VIII. Annie*' ; IX. 
Maria"; X. Alfred''; XL Doriiida''. 

10377. I. Elizabeth*^; d. yoimg. 

10378. II. JoHX^ b. 1782; d. Surinam, 180-1, aged 18. 

10379. III. Letitia'^ b. Jime 26, 1783; m. May 9, 
1816, Wilham SpiuT, and settled at Clements, X. S., where 
she d. March 22, 1873, aged 90; 1 c. 



10380. 1. Elizabeth Spurr^ b. Ju7ie 14, 1818; m. July 21, 
1837, Moses Shaw; residenee, Clementsport ; 7 c. 

10381. WiLLiAii Collins Shaw^, b. Sept. 5, 1838 ; unmarried. 

10382. Reginald Mooi^e Shaw^ b. Oct. 11, 1830 ; m. Oct. 22, 
1873, Louisa J. Roop ; he d. Sept. 5, 1881 ; 2 c. 

103S3. Hugh Pickup Shaw", b. July 25, 1876. 
10381. John Wliitinan Shaw^, b. Feb. 23, 1879. 

10385. Charles Bernard Shaw'^, b. Oct. 12, 1811; m. Jan. 
25, 1873, Sarah M. Viet>; 1 c. 
10386. Mary Letitia Sha\v^ b. March 5, 1878. 

10387. Letitia Shaw^, b. May 10, 18-15; uDmarried. 



JOHN WHITMAN OK WKYMOUTH. 727 

1038S. Alfred Moses Sha\v\ b. April 12, ISIS; unmarried. 
103S9. Arthur ^Vhitman Shaw', b. Oct. 24, 1S50; unraarried. 
10390. LiNTDLET Yail Shaw^, b. Feb. 2, 1S55 ; unmarried. 

10391. IV. Elnathan*\ b. Nov. 18, 1785; m. 1. 1812, 
Eleanor Spurr; she d. Feb. 6, 1824, aged 30; m. 2. 1827, 
Charlotte Tupper, b. 1701; d. June 8, 1864; be resided 
;it Round Hill, N. S., and was a prosperous farmer 
greatly esteemed bv bis neighbors; from 1836-40 he 
represented Annapolis County in the Provincial Parlia- 
ment; he d. Nov. 4, 1868; 6 c. 



10392. 1. John", h. June 8, 1814; m. June 24, 1S41, Ilebecca 
Cutler, b. March 4, 1S20 ; d. Marcii 7, 1S74; he remained at home 
on the farm during liis boyhood, and then entered upon a mercan- 
tile life, which he has since pursued ; residence, Staten Island, 
X. Y. ; 10 c. 

10393. William^ b. May 9, 1S42 ; m. Jan. 19, 1805, Jane D. 
llallett of Boston ; in 1S5G he came to Boston to enter u])on a mer- 
cantile life ; since 1869 has been treasurer and financial manager of 
the Arlington Mills ; his office is in Boston ; residence. Brookline ; 
Sc. 

10394. Mary Arnold-', b. Cambridge, Nov. 7, 1865. 

1039o. Rebecca Cutler\ b. Cambridge, Nov. 6, 18G7 ; d. Feb. 20. 1871. 

10396. Mabel Shives^. b. Cambridge, Sept. 7. 18G9. 

10397. Jane Hallett% b. Andover, Jan. 12, 1872. 

10398. William, Jr.*, b. Andover, June 28, 1874. 

10399. Malcolm Douglas\ b. Andover, March 5, 1877. 

10400. Ebcn Esmond', b. Andover, Oct. 28, 1880. 
10400a. Hendricks Hallett^ b. Brookline, Feb. 27, 1884. 

10401. Eben CuTLER^ b. Dec. 2,3, 1843 ; m. May 25, 1S70, Mary 
E. Cutler ; was encrajicd in business in X. Y. Citv with his brother 
('larence^; residence, Staten Island; he d. Marietta, Ga., May 30, 
18S1; was buried, June 3, ISSi, in Greenwood Cemetery, iSTew 
Yoik ; 3 c. 

10402. Edward Cutler^ b. Oct. 24, 1871 ; d. July 1, 1886. 

10403. Winnifred W.'\ b. Oct. 16. 1874. 
lOiOl. Eleanor E.\ b. Oct. 8, 1876. 

10405. Eleanor Spukk^ b. Aug. 18, 1845; m. July 28, 1875, 
li'ederick P. Fairbanhs ; residence, Norwich, Conn,; 5 c. 



72S THE l^P^SCENDANTS OF 

10406. Florence Esmond Faiibanks'\ b. Nov. 13. 1*^76 ; d. Jan. 11, 1880. 

10407. Prescott Collins Fairbanks', b. Jan. 04, ISTb ; d. Aug. 3. 1880. 

10408. Fen wick Williams Fairbanks'', b. Oct. 22, 1879 ; d. July 26, 1886. 
10408a. William Blagden Fairbanks^ b. July 4. 1884. 

10408b. Eleanor Whitman Fairbanks\ b. July 23, 1887. 

lOiOO. CbAREXCE^, b. Juiio IT, 18iT; m. Dec. 1, 1875, Mary 
Hoppin, dan^rhter of Marcus Morton, Oliief Justice of tlie Su]-rcnif 
Court of Massacliusetts ; is engai;-ed in business at 41 Leonard st.. 
X. Y. City, with his brothers; residence, Staten Ishmd ; 4 c. 

104J0. Clarence :Morton«, b. Feb. 14, 1877. 

10411. Arthur McGregor'^ b. Oct. 12, 1879 ; d. Jiily 9, 1880. 

10412. Harold Cutler", b. Aug. 3. 1883. 
10412a. Esmond^ b. Sept. 16, 188G. 

10113. JoHX, Jr.^ b. April 21, 1849; in. May 14, 1879, Annie 
M. Ilallett ; she d. Isov. 16, 1887 ; residence, Staten Island ; 4 c. 

10414. Rebecea^ b. March 12, 1880. 

10415. John', b. Feb. 32, 1883. 
1041oa. jMary Olivia", b. July 24, 1885. 
10415b. ArnokF, b. Xov., 18S7. 

1041G. Mary Olivia^, b. Jan. 5, 1852 ; unmarried ; at home. 

10417. James Spurr^ b. Dec. 22, 1853 ; graduated at Oxford 
University, England ; was for some years a successful teacher at 
Worcester, Mass. ; was compelled to give up teaching on account of 
his health ; spent a few years in literary work in Xew York and 
Boston; at present, in business with his brothers at 4J Leonard st., 
IST. Y. City ; residence, Staten Island ; unmarried. 

10417a. C^ARLES^ b. Jan. 24 ; d. April 27, 1856. 

10418. Jessie Maria^ b. June 16, 1858 ; m. Brookline, June 6, 

1883, Eobcrt Lawrence ]\Ieans of Boston ; 2 c. 

10419. William Gordon Means\ b. April 20, 1884. 
10419a. Robert Whitman Means", b. May 1, 1886. 

10420. Charles LouIS^ b. Oct. 4, 1861; m. Oct. 28, 18S5, 
Hele}i Wheaton Langworthy ; engaged in lousiness with his brothers 
at 41 Leonard st., IST. Y, City; residence, New Brighton, Staten 
Island ; 1 c. 
10420a. Cliarles Lawrence'', b. Oct. 10, 1880. 



10421. 2. William^; lost at sea, 1841 ; unmarried. 

10422. 3. TIox. Charles Bailey^, b. Rosette, Sept. 28, 1817; 
m. Dec. 9, 1852, Mrs. Jane (Tupper) Chipman ; he remained on 
his father's farm till after liis marriage, when he bought a farm at 
Tu}»pervil!e, where he has ever since resided; has always takeri an 
active interest in public all'airs ; for the past twelve years has been 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 729 

a iiiiigistrate, and for many ycar> liold the arduous and i'(,\-ponsil)le 
position of connni.-.-ioucr in charLi'e of the dikt'S on the Anna])olis 
River; is a tlioruughly ]n-aetical farmer, and devotes mucli atten- 
tion to matters that will Itenefit tliat class ; a genial, liospitable 
friend, he is highly respected in the community ; 3 e. 

10422a. Alfrp:t)\ b. duly 15, 1851; nnmarried ; engaged in the 
pi-actice of law at Halifax. 

10123. ]^ESSIE^ b. May 6, 185G; nnmnrried ; at home. 

101:23a. Jur;iA ETTA^ b. Sei)t. 13, 1850; d. Nov. 17, 1863. 



10424. 4. Edwakd^, b. Jnly 3(i, 1819; d. Xov. 20, 1820. 

10425. 5. Hon. George', b. April 3, 1823 ; m. June 3, 1852, 
Mary ArabcUa, daughter of Capt. Feter I)oice; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Rosette, on tlie farm where lie was born, which was part of 
the original grant to John Whitman'^ ; while devoting liimself to 
farming, he lias also actively engaged in public affairs; 1863, lie 
was elected member of tlte Provincial Parliament for Annajxdis 
County, an office he retained for four years ; 1881, he was appointed 
member of the Legislative Council of the Province, a position lie 
still holds ; 4 c. 

10426. Henry BoICE^ b. Aug. 22, 1854; m. May 23, 1883, 

Myra W. Ijailey : a farmer ; residence, Ivound Hill, near his father's 

homestead ; 2 c. 

104'.^6a. Helen Louisa", b. May, 1884. 
10426b. (Child unnamed';, b. July 29, 1888. 

10427. Eliza Esmond^, b. March 17, 1860; m. Jan. 24,1883, 

Samuel Saunders ; a farmei- ; residence, Rosette ; 3 c. 

10427a. George Ethelbert Saunders', b. March 28, 1884. 
10427b. Sarah Boice Saunders-', b. March 16, 1886. 
10427c. Marion Blair Saunders^ b. Feb. 6, 1888. 

10428. Mary Maria*, b. xVug. 14, 1862. 

10429. Eleanor Jane\ h. Feb. 19, 1865. 



10430. 6. Maria Louisa', b. May 7, 1831; m. Oct. 19, 1859, 
Capt. Samuel J. Rogart ; a wealthy retired ship-owner ; residence, 
Crranvillc Ferry, where she d. May 25, 1884; 1 c. 

10431. Christine G];ace Ikigakt'', b. xVpril 17, 1863; m. June 

6, 1883, Fred. Tlatheway ; residen.ce, Granville Ferry; 2 c. 

10431a. Samuel Bogart ITatheway ', b. June 7, 1884. 
10431b. Muriel Louise Hathewav'', b. June 1, ISbl. 



730 THE I^ESCEXDANTS OF 

10432. V. Ei5KNezer"; d. young. 

1043o. VJ. Eli^'; d. young-. | 

10434. VII. James'', b. June 3, 1790; ni. Jan. 14, 181 G, | 
Elizabetli Ann, dauglitor of Rev. Jacob P)ailey (one of tlie | 
first ministers settled over St. Lul^e's Parisli), b. Dec. 2.5, | 
1791 ; d. ."May 25, 18()1 ; a farmer: after liis n-iarriage set- I 
tied first at Sa^v-]nill Creek and afterwards at Dalliousie : j 
he then returned to liis father's homestead, remaining there | 
till he d. Nov. 18, 18r)9, aged G9 ; 1 c. j 

10435. 1. James Alfred', b. Sept. 5, 1831; m. Dec. 9, 1851, 

Jane McLaiudiliii, h. March Vo, 18-25 ; ho now resides on the farm I 

wliere the iirst of the name settled; the original house has been | 
torn down, but the old foundations are still standing under a barn; 

this tract, like manv othe)-s, has never been out of the family since \ 

the original grant ; 9 c. | 
10435a. Elizabeth Rice^ b. Feb. 4, 1853; d. Feb. 22, 1860. 

10436. Sarah Jaxe', b. June 19, 1S54; m. Feb. 6, 1882, 

Chalmers AYoodhury ; 2 c. ' | 

10436a. Alfred G. AVoodbury', b. Dec. 2. 1S83. ■ j 

10436b. Eeginald Chalniers ^Voodbury^ b. May 31, 1886; 1 

10437. Jacob Bailey', b. May 6, 1856 ; m. July 11, 1883, j 

Ursula Stephens; a farmer and teacher; resides upon a portion of j 

the homestead ; 2 c. I 

10437a. Laura May-', b. June 10, 1S84. 
10437b. Emma Charlotte'', b. Feb. 31, 1887. 

10438. DoRiNDA Lethia^ 1.. March 9, 1858; m. Jan. 4, ISSS, 
George Fainsworth. 

10439. Charlotte Agnes^ b. Jan. 24, 1860; d. Jan. 26, 1879. | 

10440. Mary KL1ZA]5ET^^ b. A]>ril 23; d. June 11, 1862. j 
. 10441. Maria Cool'ER^ b. Isov. 3, 1863. ■ i 

10442. James Alfred, Jr.^ b. June 19, 1866. | 

10443. Annie EDrni", b. March 5, 1869. i 



10444. YIII. Annie" ; d. young-. 

10445. IX. Maria*', I). Junel9, 1796; m. Oct. 20, 1814, 
Robert Spurr; a farmer; residence, Round Hill; she d. 
April 5, 1853; 13 c. 



JOnX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. T31 

104-16. 1. Anxa liiCE Spurr', b. April 4, 1816; d. Aug. 26, 
183-4. 

1044:7. 2. Alfred Spuru^, b. Oct. 29, 1817; d. May 16, 1821. 

104-18. 8. Edwin Spurr", b. Sept. 26, 1819; d. April 21, 1820. 

10449. 4. Alfred Whitman Spurk", b. July 6, 1821 ; d. un- 
married, Oct. 3, 1850. 

10450. 5. Eliza Jane Spurr", b. Feb. 11, 1823; m. Oct. 2;-», 
1864, Frederick Saunders ; he is dead ; she resides Kound Hill ; uo 
issue. 

10451. 6. EoBERT James Spurr", b. Oct. 26, 1824; m. Oct. 12, 
1847, Margaret LeClair ; residence. Round Hill; 9 c. 

10452. Charles Spurr^, b. Xov. 12, 1848 ; unmarried. 

10453. Robert Spuria, b. Sept. 24, 1850; m. Oct. 21, 1SS2, 
Annie Buffin. 

10454. Barclay LeGlair Spurr'', b. Xuv. 11,1852; m. Oct. 
14, 1882, Mary Elbridge. 

10455. "William Spurr', b. Oct. 28, 1854; m. Dec, 1875, 
Margaret ^lillets ; 4 c. 

10456. Algernon DeBlois Spurr", b. Feb. 22, 1S77. 

10457. Eleanor E:.mond Spurr', b. Sept. 24, 1878. 

10458. Robert Lawrence Spurr', b. Dec. 24, 1880. 

10459. "Winnifred L. Spurr', b. Aug. 30, 1883. 

10460. James Alfred Spurr^ b. Aug. 30, 1856; unmarried. 

10461. Maria EIliza Spurr-, b. Aug. 19, 1857; unmarried. 

10462. Bernard AYhitman Spurr^ b. dune 28, 1860; un- 
married. 

10463. Margaret ^YHITMAN Spurr", b. June 25, 1866. 

10464. Eliza Jane Spurr*, b. Oct. 28, 1870. 



10465. 7. Edmund Bhalon Spurr", 1). Xov. 29, 1826; d. Aiig. 
28, 1830. 

10466. 8. William Henry Spurr", b. June 28, 1828; m. Feb. 
16, 1856, Abigail Dow; he d. Aug. 14, 1861 ; no issue. 

10467. 9. Charles Edward Spurr', b. Aug. 1, 1829; m. Jan. 
9, 1856, Margaret Tupper ; a farmer; residence, Round Hill ; 5 c. 

10468. Edwin Spurr^ b. Aju-il 4, 1857; m. ^Fay 26, 1884, 
Alina^, daughter of Rufus Cole and Mary Eliza (Freeman'') Hendry, 
b. Sept. 22, 1859; a farmer ; residence. Round Hill. 



732 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

10400. Eugenia Saracen Spuria,!). Sept. 25, 185S ; d. Sept. 
19, 1882. 

10170. jAfAR^ E. Alma SPURR^ h. May 1, 1863. 

101:71. Clara A\'ihtman Spurr", b. July 7, 1805. 

10172. Augustus Tupper Spurr', b. April 4, 1809. 



10173. 10. Serapitina Maria Spl'rr', b. June 22, 1831; m. 
Aug. 28, 1800, James lierii)i;tou ; she d. Aug. 2, 1807; no issue. 

10171. 11. r.ERNARi. Whitman SpuRK',b. ^farcli 30, 1830; m. 
May 29, 1800, Eugenia J;>ogart ; residence, Hound Hill; 2 c. 

10175. George "William Spurr^, b. June 11, 1805. 

101:70. Seraphina Maria Spitrr^ b. Oct. 12, 1870. 



10477. 12. Charlotte Letitia Spurr', b. July ,3, 1837 ; m. 
Jan. 19, 1859, Thomas L. Bishop; she d. March 2^9, 1871:; 2 c, 
residing at Kound Hill \\'\\.]i their aunt, Mrs. Saunders. 

10178. Agnes Maria Bishop^ b. Jan. 19, 180O. 

10179. Ernest L. Bishop^ b. Dec. 20, 1800. 



10480. 13. Thomas Spurr', b. Eeb. 3. 1815; m. Dec. 5, 1871, 
Susan T. Ellioit; residence. Round Hill, in the old Spurr home- 
stead ; 4 c. 

10481. Charlotte SpuRR^ b. April 23, 1873. 

10482. Odessa Gertrude Spurr^, b. Aug. 20, 1871. 

10483. Eeginald IIeber Spuj^r', b. May 21, 1870. 

10484. Ernest Bishop Spurr^ b. Sept. 24, 1880. 



10485. X. IIoN. Alfred", b. 1798; m. Sept. 22, 1825, 
Jane Spun-, sister of Ivobert, wlio in. Maria'^ ; a niercliant 
in Annapolis and extensively engaged in sltipping ; he 
had a fondness for political life and gave mueli time to 
public alYairs ; represented the county in the Provincial 
Parliament, and at the time of his death had been for many 
years a member c»f the Legislative Council of the Province ; 
he d. Jan. 22, 18G1 ; his wife survived him a few years 
and d. Cambridge, Ma^s., 1860, in the family of lier son, 



aged 67 ; G c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. ' 783 

1048G. 1. :\[AKy Elizabeth", b. July 4, 1827; m. William A. 
lies; residence, Camliridge, Mass., where she d. 18G1 ; no issue. 

lOiST. 2. Margaret", b. Jan. 23, 1829 ; m. Henry II. Swymmer 
of St. Jolm, X. 33., and removed to Louissdlle, Ky., where she d. 
lS5i; 1 c. 

10488. Margaret Alexa Swymmer"*, b. Louisville, 1854; d. 
Galveston, Tex., 1869. 



10489. 3. Edmund Spurr^ b. Sept. 20, 1830; m. Marcii 21, 
1853, Jane Crosby of Boston ; came to Boston, 1851, and eno:a<Ted 
in business in 1855, forming the lirm of Whitman Brothers ; 18G3, 
removed to Xew York, where he has since resided; 1882, was 
nnanimonsly elected Yice-Prosident of tlie Produce Excliange of 
Kew York ; residence, Fort Washington, X. Y. City ; 5 c. 

10490. Edmund Pin]:o^ b. July 26, 1864; graduated Columbia 
College, 1885. 

10491. Florence Louisa", b. Dec. 23, 1865. • i^ 

10492. Henry Esmond^, b. Aug. 15, 1865. 

10493. Walter Monteith^, b. March 17, 1869; appointed 
cadet U. S. Military Academy, 1887. 

10494. Charles Srurk^ b. Dec. 19, 1870; d. Jan. 28, 1871. 



10495. 4. Alfred", b. May 27, 1833; m. Sept. 4, ISGO, Sarah 
A,, daughter of Dr. S. and Harriet (Johnston) Aiidrews of Perth 
Amboy, b. Xov. 20, 1833 ; he came to Boston, 1849 ; 1855, became 
a member of firm of Whitman Brothers; 1870, removed to X. Y, 
City; residence. Fort Washington; 6 c, all but youngest b. Cam- 
hridge, Mass. 

1049C. Mary Iles^ b. Aug. 12, 1861; m. X^ov. 7, 1883, Perci- 
val Ivnauth ; a banker ; residence, St. Xicholas place, X. Y. City ; 
2 c. 

10497. Theodore Whitman Knauth-'. b. Jan. 13, 1885. 
10497a. Oswald "Whitman Knauth-', b, June 3, 1887. 

10498. Alfred ANDiiEWs", b. July 8, 18G4. 

10499. Gertrude Spurr^ h. Dec. 15, 1865. 

10500. Sarah Bissell', b. Xov. 2, 1SG8. 

10501. Eleanor Esmon]>\ b. June 10, 1870. 

10502. EoGER B];ADBURY^ b. X\ Y. City, June 22, 1875. 



734 THE i)escp:nt)ants of 

10503. 5. Eleaxor Spukr", b. Feb. 9, 1835: m. Dec, 27, 187*'., 
James DeWolf Si)nri', b. Dec. 4, 1820; he is engaged in business 
at St, John, N. B. ; she d. Jan. 11, 1885 ; no issue. 

10501-. 6. HEXRY^ b. Aug. 5, 1830; ni. June 8, 1866, Sarah 
Wyman of Lowell, "Mass. ; lie came to Boston in 1853, and has since 
resided in that city engaged in business ; Atrs. Whitman is an artist 
and art critic of much note ; no issue. 



10505. XI. Dokixda'', b. Sept. 29, 1800; m. July 21), 
1830, Capt. John ]\IcI)ornuind ; for many years a master 
mariner ; lie then retired and established himself as a 
merchant at Granville Ferry; lie d. March 16, 1845; she 
now resides at Rosette with her son James ; 8 c. 



10506. 1. Joiix Whitman AIcDokmanp^ b. Feb. 13, 1832 ; m. 
March 21, 1853, Emily Barteanx ; a master mariner; residence, 
Annapolis ; 1 c. 

10507. MooKE Ca:»[pbell McDorvMAXD", b. Dec. 10, 1853 ; m. 
March 25, ISSl, Cornelia Ritchie; 5 c. 

10508. Eva McDoriuand-*, b. March o, 1875. 

10509. Mary Kinney McDomiancP, b. May 11, 1876. 

10510. Archibald :\lcDoiman(r, b. Nov, 2, 1S7S. 

10511. Grace McDorjnaniF, b. Doc. ?, 1S79. 

10512. Estella McDormand^, b. :\rarcli '21, 1881. 

10513. 2. ELTZABETfi iMcDoRMAXD^, b. May 15, 1833; m. Oct. 
22, 1850, Samuel ]McOormack ; a wealthy and influential merchant ; 
residence, Granville Ferry ; -1 c. 

10514. Annie McCobmack^, b. Dec. 27, 1851; m. Sept. 28, 
1875, Joseph Mayo ; residence, Montreal, 

10515. Margaret McCojniACK^, b. Oct. 26, 1853; m. Dec. 31, 
1878, Ehrood 11.^ son of Whitman' and Lucy (Halfyard) Arm- 
strong, b. April 9, 1853 ; residoice, Granville ; 2 c. 

10516. Elfiora Wliitinan Ariustrong% b. Feb. 29, 1880. 

10517. John Edward ArIa3trong^ b. Aug. 9, 1882. 

10518. Maria Whitman ]\IcCormack^', b. dan. 20, 1858. 
10510. Alksia McCormack^ b. Dec. 11, 1860. 

10520. 3. Anna Spurr McDormand', b. Oct. 25, 1834; d. 
May 19, 183C.. 

10521. 4. (A son) McJJormaniv, b. aVTov. 0; d. Nov. 23, 1835. 



JOHN" -WniTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 735 

10522. 5. James McDoiniAND', b. Aj.ril 26, lSr.7 ; ni. Dec. 3, 
ISOl, Annie Nicliol ; a farmer; residence, lloniul Hill; 1 c. 

10523. Elizabeth McDoumaxd\ b. Jnne 0, 1800. 



10521:. 6. Chakles McDormaniv, b. July 7 ; (J. July 29, 1839. 

10525. 7. AxxiE ]^[cDoiniAN-D", b. Aug. 21, 1810; m. June 9, 
18(''l, Charles^'', ^ou of Diniock' am] Frances (McLauglilin) Wliit- 
man, b. Marcli 2, 1830 ; residence, Emerson, ^lanitoba ; see liiic. 

10526. 8. Edward Elnathax McDormaxd', b. Dec. 29, 1811 ; 
m. Oct. 28, 1868, Erena E. Ilealj ; a farmer; residence, Eound 
JliU ; 3 c. 

10527. Olivia Eeek McDormaxi/, b. Aug. 22. 1869. 

10528. Robert Miles McDormaxd'^, b. April 11, 1871. 

10529. Charles Edward McDormaxd^, b. Sept. 20, 1874. 

10530. Salome' (509), Jolin^ Jolur', Zeclmrialr, Joliu^ 
b. Stow, ]Mass., March 25, 17.55; m. 1. ]\laj. Ezekiel 
Cleveland and resided in Nictaux, N. S. ; in. 2. Nathaniel 
Parker; he was b. Worcester Connly, Mass., and removed 
to Nova Scotia as a young man and d. July 31, 1830, 
aged, 90 ; she d. Jmie 5, 1831, aged 70 ; V2 c. I. EzekieP; 
II. Salome'^; III. Henry^ IV. Elizabeth'^ ; V. Parney*^; 
VI. Irene^ VII. Mittie"; VIII. Love Fri^^; IX. Char- 
lotte«; X. Letitia*^; XL Maynard'^; XII. i\raria»^. 

10531. I. Maj. Ezekiel Cleveland*', b. about 1773; 
m., Feb. 19, 179G, Elizabeth VHieelock ; they resided at 
Nictaux, N. S. ; he d. Oct. 27, 1832; she d. June 11, 
1858, aged 83 ; no issue. 

10532. II. Salome Cleveland*^ b. Jan. 5, 1776; m. 
Nov. 13, 1791, Jacob Benjo.min, b. Oct. 13, 1776; d. July 
LI, 1832; a farmer; residence, Gaspereaux, N. S. ; she d. 
Feb. 25, 1853, ao;ed 77; 10 c. 



10533. 1. Elizabeth Bexjamix', b. Eeb. 19, 1797; m. 1. Nov. 
10, ISM, Samuel A\"estcott, b. Jan. 10, 1780; d. June 29, 1819 ; m. 
2. Thomas Martin : tlicy v/ere both farmers ; residence, Gaspereaux ; 
elio d. May 28, 1870, aged 73 ; 10 c. by 1st m. 



73G 



THE DESCENDANT'S OF 



1053-1. Letitia Westcott', b. Oct. 31, 1815; m. May 12, l>^-{[\ 
H\if;'li Mitchell ; lie is dead ; she resides Gasperoaux ; 3 c. 

105:^5. Samuel Edwin Mitchell^ b. Juue 24, 1850; in. Ella Hunter; n\ii- 
dence, Silver Clills, Colorado. 

10o3G. Francis F. .^litohell*, b. June 9, 18o3 ; m. Henrietta Grinin ; resi- 
dence, Green^vicll, N. S. ; she is dead ; 1 c. livln;::. 

10536a. Artliur Harvey Mitchell', b. .May 21, ]8.i3; residence, unknown. 

10537. LuciNDY ^YESTCOTT', b. March 14, 1818; d. . 



10540. 

10541. 
10542. 
10543. 



10538. Jacob 11. Westcott', b. March 13, 1820 ; m. 1. Xov. 3, 
1847, Martha A. Dorinaiid ; she d. Xov. 1, 1855; in. 2. Sept. 7, 
1850, Lydia J. Coldwell ; a fanner; residence, Gas])oreaux ; 7 c. 

10539. Ann Eliza Westeott^, b. Oct. 1, 1848; m. Sept. 21, 1877. Richard 

Cartwi'ight ; residence, Boston, Mass. 

John W. Westcott'', b. April 4, 1S51 ; m. 1877 ; residence, Lone 

Dome, Lal'lata Co., Colorado. 

Martha J. Wcstcotf, b. July 1, 1853 ; unmarried ; in Boston. 

Jacob T. Westcolt"', b. Oct. 17, 1855 ; d. unmarried. 

James A. "Westcott'', b. June 30. 1857 ; m. .^larcli 3, 1883, Annie S. 

Coldwell ; a farmer ; residence, Gaspereaux. 
10543a. Nancy A. Westcott-', b. Aug. 23, 1^*01 ; uimiarried ; at home. 
10543b. Fred. B. Westcott", b. June 21. 18(34 ; at home. 

10544. XANcr WESTGOTT^ b. April 30, 1823 ; d. . 

10545. SusAX Westcott^ b. July 31, 1S25. 

10516. EoEERT Westcott^ I). A])ril 7, 1828 ; m. Dec. 20, 1850, 
Maria Benjamin, b. A])ril 5, 1830 ; a fanner ; residence, Gaspereaux ; 
9 c. 

10547. "Rebecca D. AVestcott^ b. 3Iarch 24. 1852 ; m. Dec. 24. 1871, Isaac 
Coldwell ; residence, Gaspereaux ; 4 c. 

10548. Gertrude Coldv>-elP^ b. 31arch 30, 1875. 

10549. Mabel Cokhveir", b. An--. 16, 1877. 

10550. Howard ColdMell"', b. May 23. 1880. 
10550a. Elden ColdwelP", b. Jan. 10, 1885. 

10551. Samuel Lothrop ■\Vestcott^ b. Feb. 23, 1854 ; m. Dec. 23, 1876, Ella 
Johnson ; residence, Hantsport, N. S. ; 3 c. 

10552. Emma Westcott'", b. Dec. 23, 1877. 

10553. George AVestcott'". b. Nov. 3, 1879 ; d. Sept. 17, 1883. 

10554. Lena Westcott'', b. A]n-il 24, 3 884. 

10555. Elmira Elizabeth Westcott'. b. Feb. 22. 1856 ; d. April 14, 1869. 

10556. James E. R. Westcott'', b. Sept. 13, 1858 ; d. Aug. 14. 1860. 

10557. Leonora O. Westcott', b. Sept. 19, 1861 ; m. May 9, 1888, Natlian 
Coldwell ; a farmer of Gaspereaux. 

10558. Franklin K. Westcott'', b. Jan. 10, 1865. 

10559. Cassy Blanclie Westcott\ b. Feb. 28, 1868. 
10559a. Daniel A. Westcott", b. Aug. 31, 1870. 
10559b. Winnifred A. L. Westcott", b. Nov. 9, 1875. 

10500. j\rARY ^VE<ICOTT^ b. Oct. 10, 1831 : d. • . 



JOTIX WHITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. Y37 

10:.<iOa. Sarah A. Westcott^, b. l\'h. 4, ]8;J3. 
J0r)i;0b. Amelia AA^'estcotj"*, 1). Ji^inc, 1885; d. . 



lOoGdc. Paeney J\eii> "Westcott^, b. [May 11, IS^T; d. 



105G1. 2. Parxey r.EXJAMiN", b. Apii] -jn, 1700; in. Theodore 
IT. Fvcid, b. June 15, ISOO; d. Oct. 9, 1855; a former; residence, 
Gasporeaux; ^lle d. Aug. IS, 1873. aged 74; c. 

10562. Mary E. 11fa])\ b. Oct. 23, 1S2G ; m. Oct. 12, 184S, 
Sila.s Davison ; residence, Gaspereaux ; 7 c. 

10oC3. Manila A. Davison''', b. Dec. 30, 1S49 ; m. Nov. 20, 1871, Henry Nelson 
Fuller, b. June 30, 184S ; residence. Haul sport ; 2 c. 

10564. Laura Blanche Fuller"\ b. Nov. 10, 1ST2. 

lOoGo. Alexander Forshay Fuller'", b. July 15, 1874. 

10560. Theodore H. Davison% b. Aug. 22, 1858 ; d. Oct. 5, 1854. 

10567. Emma F. DavisonS b. July 27, 1855; m. May 8, 1878, William H. 
Nowlin ; residence, Wolfville ; 2 c. 

1G5G8. Ida Blanche Nowlin'", b. :\Iay 8, 1879. 

105G0. Howard Leslie NovN-Iin"\ b. April 19, 18B2. 

10570. Eliza A. Davison', b. Nov. 27, 1857 ; m. Jan. 6, 1879, Osman S. Cold- 
well ; residence, Guspereaux ; 2 c. 

10571. Burpee A. Coldwell'", b. Jan. 27, 18«0. 

10572. Minna May Cobhvell"', b. May 25, 1881. 

10573. Owen S. Davison, b. April 1, ISGO ; m. July 14, 1887, . 

10574. Laura J. Davison'% b. Nov. 30, 1864, 

10575. Cassie M. Davison'', b. Feb. 6, 1867. 

10570. Abner Peid\ b. Api-il 0, 1828; in. Feb. 25, 1855, 
Rebecca, daughter of William and Rebecca (Davidson) Benjamin ; 
residence, Atlantic, Mass.; P. O. box, 7; 5 c., all unmarried. 

10577. Sophronia Avilla Reid\ b. Sept. 12, 1856. 

10578. Truman Theodore Reid\ b. July 21, 1858. 

10579. Anna Laura Reid'. b. Oct. 4, 18G1. 

10580. Emma Rebecca Rtid ', b. Jan. 23. 1871. 

10581. Frank William Reid'. b. Dec. 18, 1873. 

10582. Salome A. PvEID\ b. Jan. 8, 1830; in. James Horner; 
residence, St. Catharines, Ont., where she d. ; se\eral childri'u, 
f^oine of v\diom are living in Michigan. 

10583. Jacob B. Reid\ b. Oct. G, 1833; m, 1. Oct. 12, 1855, 
Maria L. Griffin, b. 'Murch G, 1835; d. Sept. G, 1S71 ; m. 2. Dec. 
IT, 1872, Elizabeth Creighton, 1). Dec. G, 1840 ; is engaged in stock 
farming; residence, 28tli and Mission sts., San Francisco; 10 c. 

10584. George W. Reid^ b. Aj)ril 23, 1857 ; d. Jan. 9, 1880. 
105S5. Henrietta R. Reid', b. April 17. 1859; d. April 14, 1882. 
10580. Watson D. Reid ', b. Doc. 29, 1801. 
10587. Lovett B. Reid', b. May 28, 18G4 ; d. Feb. 10, 1883. 
47 



738 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

105S8. Welsbe J. Reid^ b. July 21, 1808. 

10589. Nina Reitl-', b. June 23,1870. 

10590. Ida B. Reid^ b. Feb. 2, 1874. 

10591. Stella Reid-\ b. Dec. 20. 187C. 

10592. Winnifred Rcid-', b. Feb. 21, 1880. 

10593. Clara Reid-', b. Sept. 19, 18S1. 

lOoOi. James H. TIeid', b. Oct. 0, 1S38; d. March 12, 180^; 
iminan-ied. 

1050o. Jekusha Heid-, 1). ^\.ug. 23, ISIO ; uninarricd ; residence, 
74 E. Canton st., Boston, ^lass. 



10506. 3. EzEKiEL 13ENJAMIN', b. April 1, ISOl; ni. 1. 1S24, 
Sarali Ann Davison; m. 2. Get. 20, 1S27, Phrebe Illsley ; a 
farmer ; residence, Gaspereaux : 9 c. 

10507. Charles Thomas Benjamin', b. May 27, 1S29; un- 
married ; a fisherman ; residence, Long Island. X. S. 

1059S. William Andkew I'enjamin-, b. Ano;. 15, 1S31; m. 
Aug. 16, 1863, Mrs. Catharine A. Saxton ; a shoemaker; residence, 
Gaspereaux ; 6 c. 

10599. ^linnie Jane Benjamin", b. 3Iay 24 ; d. June 12. 15'04, 

10600. Wyllie Holmes Benjamin-', b. May 24. 180".. 

10601. Frederick L. Benjamin-', b. Ajiril 10. 18o7. 

10602. Aubray AVildon Benjamin^ b. Oct. 22. 1809. 
16603. Liither Head Benjamin', b. Dec. 23, 1^71. | 
10604. Annie Amelia Benjamiu-\ b. April 12, 1876. - | 

10605. Sarah Eliza Benjamin', b. J:-;r:. 12. 1884: m. Xov. 26, j 

1857, Charles E., son of ]Sorton C^uincy and Mri.iiable Jane (Perry) j 

Pope, b. Nov. 14, 1833; a painter ; residence. 2^* Upton St., Boston ; j 

6 c. , i 

10607. Florence Adelia Pope^ b. Aug. 21, 18o8 : .:. Feb, Co. 1863. J 

10608. Charles Henry Pope'', b. June 20. I'^'O') : d. M.vrvli 11. 1863. I 

10609. Norton Quincy Pope-', b. Oct. 13. 1>^G5. | 

10610. Gertrude Sophia Pope'-', b. Feb. 28. 18-3T : =i, Ajrli 25. 1886. Charles I 
Blanchard : residence, E. Somei'Tille. ,| 

10611. Fannie .May Pope^ b. Nov. 4. 1870: d. Nov. :.:. 1-75. | 

10612. Jane .'kleade Antoinette Pope', b. July 12. :'r74 . .:. N:v. 19. 1875. | 

10613. Augusta E. Benjamin', b. :^.t. :, iv?^ ; m. Oci. 25, | 

1863, Eussell Coldwell; a farmer: re^iden:--. ^>:^::^reaux : 2 c. | 

10614. Adelaide Coldwell-', b. Nov. 25. 18(>4 : m. O.:. :?■. :.-^8:3, Juhu A. Cold- I 

well. J 

10015. Adelia Coldwell''. b. Dec. 21, 1866. | 

10616. Salome Ann Benjamin-, b. -J-r,; 15. ls^.7: m. Henry | 

Eagles; lie d. Eeb., 1S74; S c, none iiiarriei- | 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 739 

HH'ilT. Anuio L. Eagles'-', b. Aj)ril 11, 1859. 

lOGlS. Clara L. Eagles', b. Nov. 14, ISiJl, 

litei't. Harry L. Eagles^ b. Nov. 5, 18G3. 

1(10:30. Lizzie Eagles", b. July "^8, i860. 

lUiiil. Spurgeon S. Eagles^, b. Jan. 1, 1867. 

lt)(V3;?. Eva M. Eagles', b. July 24, 18GU. 

]iH')2'i. Josie A. Eagles', b. Sept. 12. 1871. 

]iiCy24. lA-a M. Eagles-, b. May 4, 1874. 

10025. Kebecca Sophia Benjamin^ b. April 13. 1S39; m. 
March 24, 1S5T, Jolm L. Gertrid^e, b. Sept. 13, 1830; a fanner; 
rf sidence, Gaspereaux ; 7 c. 

lor,2C>. Charles Willard Ge^lridge^ b. Feb. 23. 1858. 

10027. James Lothrop Ge^tridge^ b. Oct. 2. 1859. 

10G28. John Whitman Gertridge-", b. Ma> 27, 1861. 

10029. Phebe Ann Ge^t^idge^ b. May 81, 1865. 

10630. Leonora Elmira GertridgeS b. Aug. 14, 1868. 

10631. Frank Leveret Gertridge^ b. July 25, 1871. 
10032. Er. Leo Gertridge'-', b. Dec. 4, 1872. 

30033. Xaxcy Amanda Benja.^ijn-, h. July 29, ISII ; m. Sept. 
V, 1S59, Edward iNewtou Bishop, b. Jan. -4, 1839 ; a fanner; resi- 
dence, Highbury. Hortoii, N. S. ; 8 c, none married. 

10634. Lilla A. Bishop\ b. Nov. 29, 1800. 

10035. Thebe L. Bishop\ b. April 15, is62. 

10G36. Florence A. Bishop', b. March 6, 1884. 

10037. Frederick E. Bishop-', b. Sept. 19, 1868. 

10638. IMinnie R. Bishop-', b. Jan. 9, 1874. 

10639. Perry AV. Bishop-', b. Aug. 14, 1875. 
10610. Fanny M. Bi>lioi>', b. July 3, 1877. 
106^11. Autitin H. Bishup'. b. 3Iay 18, 1879. 

10642. Mary C. Benjamin', b. July 3. 1844; m. David Dor- 
man ; she is dead ; lie re^ides in Boston, Mass. 

10643. Eunice S. A. Delight Benjamin^, b. Aug. 5, 1850; d. 
1803. 



10644. -1. Nancy Benjamin', b. Feb. 10, 1803; ni. March 2, 
18^6, John, son of Thomas and Sarah OVhcelock) Banks of Cleve- 
land, N. S. ; she d. Feb. 0, ISOO ; he d. March 7, 1809 ; 7 c. 

10045. Ezekiel Cleveland Banks^, b. March 0, 1827; m. 
Feb. 20, 1855, Su.an M. Dodge, b. July 31, 1828; a fanner; resi- 
dence, Berwick. Kings County ; 5 c. 

10640. Theodore H. Banks\ b. Jan. 1, 1859 ; d. Lawrence, Mass. 

10647. Florence A. Banks'', b. April 22, 1861. 

1"61S. Stanley A. Banks'% b. March 20, 1863. 

i0Ul9. Rupert H. Banks'', b. May 18. 1865. 

lOC.oO. R. B. Banks^ b. July 5, 1873. 



740 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

1065L Jacob JIanks\ b. Dec. 2, J.Sl>^; m. Sept. 18, 1S:.1. 
Betliia IX, daughter of Tlionias ami Ellis (P.artcaiix) iLobin^uii of 
So. Williamstown, N. S., b. April 12, 18;]2 : a farmer; residence, 
Cleveland ; 5 e. 

10G52, Cliarlotle Sophia Banks'', b. July 4, ]8.35 : in. Unj -M, iy75. James 
Alonzo, sou of David and 3[aiia (I'orkwithj Banks, b. Jan. oO, ISiT : 
a teacher ; residence, Digby, N. S. ; 3 c. 

10053. Amelia Blanche BaukH^^ b. May 3. 1S7C. 

lOf.oi. Ethel :\ray Banks"', b. Feb. IS, 1818. 

lOG.jo. Evelyn Maud Banks", b. Aug. 31, 1879. 

lOGoG. I^Iary Alice Banks', b. June 3, 1837 ; immarried. 

10G57. Leila M. Banks', b. Not. l."), 1SG3; m. Oct, 7, 1884, Arthur Barteaux 
of Nictaux Falls, N. S. 

lOGoS. Charles L. Bauks^ b. Sejit. 15, 1866. 

10659. Editli A. Banks'', b. Dec. 15, 1868. 

10060. Thomas Banks", b. Aug. 16. 1S31 ; d. Feb. 16, 1835. 

10661. Elizabeth Banks^ b. Aug. 16, 1833 ; d. April 11, 1858. 

10662. Mary Salome Banks"^, b. May 30, 1838; m. Aug. 28, 
1850, 'William Jonas jlorton", son of Joseph and Phcebe (Tufts*') 
Baleom, b. Oct. 13, 3 830; a meichan.t ami the postmaster; resi- 
dence, Xictaux Falls, X. S. ; 7 c. 

10663. Aggie N. Baleour', b. Nov. 19, 18G0. 

106G4. AViiliani H. R. Baleour', b. April 8, 1868. 

106G5. Mary A. Balcom°, b. Feb. 9, 1865 ; d. Aug. 8, 1878. 

10666. Alice M. Balconv', b. Oct. 24, 1808 ; d. Aug. 13, 1878. 

10667. Blanche Esby Balcom'', b. Feb. 4; d. :\ray 16, 1871. 
10608. Charles Q. P. Balcom', b. July 24, 1873. 

10GC9. Burpee A. 31. Balcom^ b. May 22, 1870. 

10670. Saeaii Amanda Banks*, b, Feb. 8, 18-10; m. June 29. 
1865, James A., son of Charles and Janet (Xcwcomb) Cox, b. Fel). 
8, 1810; residence, Fppor Stewiacke, Colchester Co., X. S. ; 7 c. 

10071. Alfred Fen wick Cox^ b. March 27, 18G0. 

10672. Ida Bertha Cox^ b. Nov. 20, 1SG7. 

10673. Minnie Blanche Cox'-*, b. May 19, 1870. 

10674. Cljarles Creighton Co.v', b. Feb. 1, 1872. 
10075. Carrie Bessie Cox', b. Nov. 19, 1874. 
10676. Janet Amanda Cox^. b. Feb. 9, 1877. 
10077. John Parker Cox', b. Nov. 20, 1880. 

10678. Ingram Bill Banks^ b. July 1, 1812: m. June 25. 
1875, ]\[ary Ann, daughter of William and Martha Catharine 
(Sutherland) ^vIcBliee. b. March 23, 1811; residence. Lower Stewi- 
ache ; 5 c. 

10079. Eichard Saunders Banks', b. Marcli 23, 1876. 

10080. AVilliain Kalpli Baaks\ b. Sept. 9, 1877. 
lOGSl. James Meadows Banks'", b. Oct. 4, 1879. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 741 

10r>>!2. Theodorp Porter Banks', b. Oct, 0, is81. 
lO(jS:i. Ingram AVhitman Banks', b. N<n-. 7, 1883. 

loGSl:. 5. Jacob ^^'^ITMAX Uexjamin^, b. April 0, 1805; d. 
Jan. 5, 18S3; uninai'n'Ani. 

10tJ85. 0. Agnes E. Bkxjamjn-, b. ]\[arc]i 28, 1808; m. llirain 
Colthvell, b. Marcli 14. ISOS ; d. Oct. 11, 1882; a fanner; resi- 
dence, Gas|)ei'eaux, Kin<>s County ; 6 c. 

iOGSG. Xaxcy Coldweli/, b. Sept. 1, 1830; m. 1855, George 
Crofford; a fai-niei- ; i-esideiicc, I>o\\'er Ilorton, N. S. ; 5 c. 
10GS7. Eliza Estella Crotrord'', b. :\Iay o, 1856 : d. April lo, ISoO. 
10087a. James Edwin CrulTord', b. Feb. 13, I8r)8 ; d. April ?•.', 1859. 
10G8S. John R. CrolTord', b. Nov. 4, 1859. 

10689. Paulina A. CrolTord^ b. Dec. 10, 1S03. 

10690. Cyrus O. CrolYord'', b. Jan. 5, 1870 : d. ]klarch 5, 1872. 

10091. Armixklla Coldweel"^, b. June 0,1832; m. Jnlv, 2, 
1S75, Ilugli Thompson; a farmer; I'esidencc, Black Rock, Kings 
County ; no issue. 

10692. JIenky Coldwell^ b. May 7, 1S35; m. Jan. 10,1801, 
Margaret Foster, 1). Oct. 0, 1810; a farnicr ; residence, Hortou, 

N. S. ; 9 c. 

10603. Be?-^ie A. Coldwell', b. Aug. 2J, 1864. 

10094. Thomas E. ColdwelP, b. June 21, 1866. 

10095, Ellsworth Coldwell'', b. Oct. IG, 1868. 
10690. Wright J. Coldwell'', b. Nov, 7, 1870. 
10097. Earnest Coldwell', b. Dec, 3, 1872, 

10698. Henry Cokhvell-', b. Nov. 16, 1874. 

10699. Alldon Coldwell', b. Aug. 5, 1S7G. 

10700. Clara L. Coldwell-', h. Aug. 13, 1878. 

10701. John Coldwell ', b, April 24, 1884. 

10702. Mary Coldwell', b. Sept. 7, 1838; ni, James Eldi-id<;-e 
of Falnioutli, ]S\ S. ; 3 c, 

10703. Minnie Agnes Eldridge^ b. Jan. 15, 1868. 

10704. George Eldridge', b. 1871. 

10705. James Eldridge", b, Aug., 1873. 

1070G. Obed Benjamin Coldwell'^, b. May 3, 1812; m. May 
2, 1870, Ainiic Cliute; 5 c. 

10707. Alice A, Coldwell', b. March 13, 1877. 

10708. Minnie Coldwell ", b. April 3, 1n78 ; d. Feb. 6, 1880. 

10709. Arthur Coldwell'', b. Dec. 9, 1879. 

10710. George Coldwill', b. Dec. 31, 18s0. 

10711. David Hiram Coldwell'', b. June 10, 1884. 

10712. Thomas Coldwell'; d. April, 1859, aged 14. 



7-J2 THE DESCENDANTS OF I 

10713. 7. .Tames IIakvey Benjamin', h. A\i^. 17, 1810; d. I 

I 

unmarried. 1 

10714. 8. Salome Ben.tamin', b. April 17, 1S13; m. July 11. | 
1837, Dca. Thomas, son of 'J'liomas and Mary OVheelock) Bank>. \ 
b. Oct. 15, ISOS; a farmer; residence, Cleveland; they are lend- j 
ing members of the church, and he is a prominent citizen of the t 
town ; 6 c. I 

10715. Amelia Banks^ 1>. Aug. 1. 183S ; m. 1. Nov. 1, lS<lo, ] 
AVallace Whcelock : m. 2. June C, 1S09, Frank Smith ; a successfu] j 
farmer; residence, Cleveland ; 4 c. ] 

10716. AVilliam Wheelocks, b. :\Iay 04, 1865. | 

10717. Bertha E. Smith\ b. Oct. 24, 1871 ; d. May 24, 1878. ] 

1071 8. Archie L. Smith^ b. 3Iarch 23, 1873 ; d. June 2, 1878. ! 

10719. Mary Amelia Siaith% b. ^lay 12, 1881. ) 

10720. Augusta Banks', b. March 20, 18-J-O; m. June 15, ISHS, j 

^fanning Armstrong ; a merchant ; residence, Xo. Kingston ; c. j 

10721, Lena 3!ay Armstroug^ b. April 22. 1861. j 

10722, Halkt C. Armstrong^ b. Feb. 20, 1866. | 

10723. Charles D, Armstrong^, b. ^lay 20. 1868. | 

10724. Howard E. Armstrong'', b. July 23. 1870, | 
1072.5, Vernon B, Armstrong-', b. Oct, 22, 1872. | 

10726, Wilbert M, Armstrong-, b. Dee. 7, 1873. | 

10727. Laura E. Armstrong^ b. :\[arch 23, 1875. | 

10728, Owen H, Armstrong^ b. Jan. 17, 1878. j 

10729. Leon E, Armstrong', b. 3Iarch 20 ;d. Sept. 24, 1880. | 

10730. Mary Eliza Banks\ b. May 17, 1812 ; d, Jan. 29, 1877. J 

10731. William Harvey Banks^ b. Sept. 12,1818; nu June | 
1, 1867, Melzina Milborry ; he d. July 6, 1883; 1 c. j 
10732. Owen S. Banks-', b. May 1, 1868. | 

10733. Charles Thomas Banks^ b. Aug. 26, 1^50; d. Sept. j 
5, 1859. I 

10734. Annie Sophia Banks^ b. Sept. 7, 1852; m. Sept. 10. '\ 
1875, John, son of Ezra and Mary Ann (A^an Buskirk) Foster, F. \ 
May 6, 1856; he d. Jan. 24, 1883; she now resides with her \ 
father ; 4 c. ^ 

10735. Viola May Foster', b. ^larch 20. 1876. I 

10736. Charles Bernard Foster^ h. Oct. 25, 1878. \ 
10787, Percy Garfield Foster^ b. April 15, 1881. I 
10738. Leota 31aude Foster', b. Aug. 27, 1883, \ 



10739. 9. OiJED Ben.jamin', b. March 1, 1815 ; m. Oct. 27, 1846, 
E. Eebecca David.-on, b. Dec, 3. 1821; residence, Gaspereanx. 
where he d. April 5, 1873; 6 c. 



JOUX WHITMAN OF WKVMOUTIT. T43 

10740. E\AZ\ Jane Benjamin"*, b. aSov. 27, 1847; d. Kov. 21, 
ISiiO. 

10741. Alzina M. Ben.tamin\ h. Oct. 21, 1850; m. Oct. 8, 
1S79, Freeman C!(jlchvell ; residence, Gaspereanx: she d. Jan. 15, 
1882; 1 c. 

10T42. Freeman Ross Cokhvell\ b. Sept. 20, 1881. 

10743. Fkederick ^\ Benjamin"', b. Aug-. 12, 1854: d. Xov. 
27, 1860. 

10744. Thomas I). Benjamln\ b. Ano-. 9, 1857 ; d. Dec. 19, 1860. 

' 10745. Gassy A. BENJAM1N^ b. Sept. 6, 1800; m. Oct. 8, 1879, 
Edgar IT. Davison of Gaspeieaux; no issue. 

10746. Adelia R Benjamin', b. June 3, 1863 ; d. April 4, 1870. 



10747. 10. :\rARY Benjamin', b. May 17, 1818 ; m. Colin Martin 
of Gaspereaux ; she d. without issue, 1S42. 



10748. HI. Henry Parker^ b. April, 1780; m. 1. Jan. 
1, 1805, Eleanoi' Stari-at : m. 2. Mrs. So])liia (Tapper) 
Prentiss, b. Sept. 4, 1793; d. July 29, 1849; he d. April, 
1835 ; 8 c, four by 1st he 

10749. 1. James Harvey Parker", b. Oct. 31, 1805; d. about 
1825 ; drowned. 

10750. 2. Salome Parker', 1j. 1807; d. aged 20. 

10751. 3. George Starrat Parker*, b. May 19, 1810; in. 
Oct. 15, 1834, Abigail, daughter of Henry and xVbigail (Tujvper) 
Payzant of Liverpool, N. S.,'b. March 26, 1812; d. Jan. 25, 1884; 
residence, Liverpool, where he d. June 20, 18SS ; 9 c. 

10752. xir.iGAiL Parker', \ d. May 10, 1860. 

[ b. Oct. 14,' 1835 ; 

10753. George Starrat, Parker, Jr.^, ) m. June 7, 1859, 
Anne Sophia, daughter of Joiiathan and Susan Jane (Christoplier) 
Kcuipton. b. Oct. 6, 1835; a teacher; residence, Digby, Yannouth 
Co., ^\ S. ; 5 c. 

107.54. Henry Parker', b. June 30 ; d. Aug. 30, ]S60. 

10755. Curtis Melbourne Parker', b. March 6, 18G2. 

107.jfi. James Albert Parker', b. :March 10, 1804; il. Aug. 4. 18GS. 

107.07. George Starrat Parker-', b. Aug. 3, 1867 ; d. April 24, 18G9. 

107.58. Alice -Maude Parker'', b. Oct. 12, 1871. 



744 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

10750. Harriet Pakkek', h. Miiroli 15, 1S37; d. Dec. 10. Is53. 

10700. Victojua ]\\rker', 1). April 2 J, 1S3S ; d. Aug. 20, 1S30. 

10701. Henry Parker', !». ^Lwch V\ 1841 ; d. Feb. 10, ls4i>. 

10762. Ella Yictorta Parker", b. Sept. 15, 1S42 : m. Oct. 
15, 187-4, Capt. Charles, sou of Theudore and Marij;aret (Titu>) 
Starrat, b. Xov. 10, ls42 ; a master mariner; residence, Liverpool ; 
2 c. 

10763. Alctoria May Starrat'*, b. Aug. 23, 18TG. 

10764. Burpee Parker Starraf'. b. Nov. 6. 1878. 

10705. James Albert Parker-, b. March 1, 1815; m. Pec, 
1872, Laiira, daughter uf David and Margaret (Mullens) Dunla]\ 
b. Feb. 22, 1S42; a priiiter ; he d. Feb. 2, 1882; she resides 5o 
Neptuue St., Lynn, Mass. ; 4 c. 

10766. Ilattie Victoria Parkor". b. April 28, 1873. 

10767. I^Iagyie Clare Parker', b. Feb. 17. ISTo. 

10768. Laura Parker\ b. March 12, 1S77. 

10769. George Starrat Parker\ b. 1879. 

10770. Edwin Crooks Parker^, b. March 10. 1848; in. Xov. 
14-, 1872, Mary Anir^ daughter of Eluathan and Martlia Sophia 
(Parker') Christopher, b. July 28, 1840; a printer; resided for 
some years in Philadelphia, Pa., where he d. March 22, 1880 ; his 
Andow resides at Beverly, Mass. ; 2 c. 

10771. Lillian Latle Parkers b. Oct. 2, 1874. 

10773. -Mal-.el Sophia Parker \ b. June 6, 1878. 

10773. Arthur C. Parker'^, b. June 0, 1853 ; m. June 20, 1878, 
Mattie, daughter of xVlexander Godfrey ami Eleanor (Stone) West, 
b. April 18, 1853; d. June 8, 1883; a cabinet-^maher ; residence, 
85 Dupont St., C4reeu Point, X. Y. ; 3 c. 

10774. Carrie A. Parker-', b. Aug. 3, 1880 : d. Jan. 26, 1881. 
1077.J. Ed^Wu Stone Parker', b. Nov. 19. 1881. 

10776. Sydney Francis Parker', b. Nov. 20,1882. 



10777. 4. Matilda Ayes Parker', b. July 22, 1812; m. Feb. 
5, 1833, Benjamin Parker, son of Thomas and Mary (Parker) Chris- 
tophei', b. June 8, 1805 ; a farmer ; residence, Xo. Brookiield, X. S. ; 
12 c. 

10778. IIexry I\\rker CiTRLSTorirER", b. March 13, 183-4; m. 
AvLg. 3, 1800, ^[alinda G. Morton, b. March, 1830; afarmei-; resi- 
dence, Xo. Jjruoktluld ; 3 e. 

10779. Emerson Chn.-topherS b. .March 12, 1862. 

10780. Leander Christopher', b. 1SG4. 

10781. Harry Iladdon Christuplier-', b. Feb. 12, 1873. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 745 

107S2. Eleanor Jane Chkistopher^, b. June IG, 1S35; d. 
Jan. 1-4, 1S50. 

10783. Triphena C^RISTO^^E^:^ b. July 5, ISoti ; d. Feb., 1837. 

10784. Richard Telfer CiijasroPHER", b. Oct. 5, 1837; m. 
Annie M., daughter of Rev. Edward Ilan-is of Liverpool; no issue. 

10785. James ITarvey (>rii:iST0PiiER-, b. June IB, 183U ; m. 
Jennet Wrinard ; he il. Jan. 4, 1^70; no issue. 

10786. Elisha Christopher^ b. Aug. 21, 1840; m. July, 1S7G, 

Bessie Welsh ; 2 c. 

10TS7. Minnie Christopher', b. :May. 1877. 
10788. Kate Christopher', b. Oct., 1870. 

10789. Lydia Sophia CnRiSToriiER^^, b. Aug. 21, 1841; ni. 
May 20, 18G0, Henry C, son of Daniel and Mary (Xieholas) Bruce, 
b. Xov. 8, 1832; a fanner; residence, Clai-ence, X. S. ; she d. Jan.. 
9, 1868; 3 c., none married. 

10790. Leonard Telfer Bruce-", b. Marcli 15, 1861; a farmer; residence, 
Bloomington, N. S. 

10791. Richard C. Bruce', b. June 19. ISOC ; a farmer ; residence, Clarence. 
10793. William N. Bruce', b. Sej^t. 19, 18G3 : in California. 

10793. Tryphena Christopher^ b. Feb. 26, 1844; m. Oct. 2, 
1865, Jacob'"', son of Alexander and Louisa (Whitman') Waterman, 
h. Jan. 23, 1840; residence, Heniy, Coddington Co., Dakota; 4 c, 
Bee line. 

10794. xVnna Matilda Christopher^, b. Feb. 22, 1846; m. 
Sept. 25, 1871, Jabez Burke, b. Feb. 20^ 1842; a farmer; residence, 
No. Brooktield ; 2 c. 

10795. Mildred Burke^ b. Marcl) 13, 1873. 

10796. Carl Burke', b. Sept. 13, 1882. 

10797. Benjamin Jvenneth Christopher'*, b- Jan. 20, 1849; 
m. Kov,, 1877, Lue Hidden ; residence, San Francisco, Cah, v.diere 
he d. Dec. 14, 1883. 

10798. Gilbert Ralph Christopher", b. May 17, 1850; un- 
married. 

10799. Fausen Morris Christopher'^, b. July 14, 1855 ; m. 
^ov., 1883, Alice Freeman ; a farmer; residence, No. Brookfield ; 1 c. 
10799a. Avis Christopher'', b. 1885. 



10800. 5. Lydia M. Parker'', b. May 12, 1822 ; m. June, 1844, 
Edward B. Cliristoplier ; a farmer of No. Brooktield ; she d. Liver- 
pool, N. S., July 20, 1867; lie d. Cambridgeport, Ma.ss., 'March 6, 
1884; 10 c. 



74:6 • THE DKSCENDAXTS OF 

lOSOi. Edward 11. Chklstopher", b. Muicli, 1845; d. Sept. 
1860 ; unmarrit'd. 

10802. GEOiiGE A. CIIKIST0P1IER^ 1). ]\rareli, 1847; m. Sc])l., 
1865, Adelaide R. Emerson ; a luerchant ; residence, Soniervilli.., 
Mass. ; no issue. 

10303, Henry Allex CHRisTurirER", b. ^lay, 1848; m. April, 
1872, Maj-garet L., daughter of Alexaiider and ]\faj'v Jane (Sv/eet i 
EiteLie, h. Annapolis, X. S., Aug. 15, 1847; a earjjcnter ; residence, 
Cand))-idgej)ort, Mass. : 3 e. 

10804. Edward Earnest Christopher-', b. April 5, 1874. 

10805. Henry Wliitman Christopller^ b. June 18 ; d. Sept. 3, 1875. 
lOSOlj. WilHaui IlineklfV Ciiristoplior-', b. Sopt. 3, 18S4. 

10807. Maria A. CnRiSToniEir', b. March, 1850; m. Dee., 
1872, Tiioinas Tvitehie ; residence, Beverly, Mass.: 1 c. 
10808. Kalph A. Ritchie'*. 

10809. Charlotte A. Ctiristopiter^ 1). Sept., 1852; m. 1. 
Aug., 1873, Ja.^R■^ Fairbanks; ni. 2. 1877, John Jl. liohnes ; resi- 
dence, Mcrj-imacport. ]\Iass. ; 3 c. 

10810. Ethel Maude Fairbanks". 

10811. Estelle Fairbanks^ 

10812. RoseJla Hohnes-'. 

10813. WiELiAM CiTRiSTOPnER', b. Oct., 1854; d. Jan., 1856. 

10814. Hap.R]et E. Christopuer', b. June, 1850; ni. Jimll, 
1878, Howard, son of I^?aa(i and Martha (Everett) Conkling, b. Feb. 
28, 1852; residence, Hamilton, ]\rass. ; 2 c. 

10815. George E. Conkling', b. :\Iareh 19, 1880. 
10810. Winnie R. Conkling", b. Nov. 15, 1881. 

10817. Ida Mixxie Curlstopjier^ b. ■slareh, 1858 ; unmarried ; 
residence, Beverly. 

10818. Lydia S. Chrrstopher^, b. Xov., 1860; unmarried; 
residence, Beverly. 

10819. Ernest Christopher*, b. Aug., 1S65; residence, E. 
Somerville, Mass. 



10820. 6. Eleanor Parker ', b. Jan. 17, 1824; m. June 13, 
1844, AVilliam Thomas, son of William and ISancy (Burke) Chris- 
topher, b. Feb. 19, 1816; d. Marcli 28, 1864; a farmer; residence, 
Ko. Br.x.kheld; she d. Dec. 21, 1850; 4 c. 

10821. V7iLLiA^r IIenhy Chhistopher'", b. :\[ay 2, 1845; d. 
Sept. 18, 1862. 



JOHN" \rillT.MAX OF WEYMOUTH. 717 

10822, SOPJIIA Chkistopher', b. Mnreli 2, isir, ; m. Oct. 7, 
1S07, Warren Park, sou of Drurv and Sarali (Park) Fairbanks, b. 
AYarclsborono;!], \t., Oct. 22, 1S37; a piano tnner ; residence, 1711 
Gratz St., Philadelpliia, Pa. ; 3 c, all b. Pliiladolpliia. 

108-'3. Bertha Adelaide Fairbanks\ b. Feb. 4. 1873. 
10S24. Warren Park Fairbanks, Jr.'. b. A\ig. W isTo. 
10825. Herbert Haven Fairbanks'', b. April 11. ISTT. 

10S26. Xancy Eleaxok Christopher'', b. JnnclS. 1817; m. 
Philadelpliia, Xov. 1, 1870, James Demarcst, son of Jacob and 
Catharine (Campbell) A^anderbilt, h. Ang. 1, 1811; slio d. Phila- 
delphia, Jan. 22,1882; Ajn-il, ISjst, be removed to Xew Haven, 
Ct., where lie now resides; is manager of a manufacturing com- 
pany ; 3 c. 

10827. Henry Win;>ns Vanderbilt', b. Peb. 10, 1874. 
IOS'28. Amy Campbell Vanderbilt^ b. Fob. 21, 1876. 
10829. Edward Christopher Vanderbilt'\ b. Feb. 29, 1880. 

10830. HiXKLE CuRiSTOPHEi;\ b. Feb. 3, ISIO: Dec, 18G3, 
he was adopted by a Mi-. Holyoke and assumed the name of Charles 
S. Holyoke; m. Oct. 30, 1875, Cornelia Alicia, daughter of Chai'les 
and Charlotte Elizal)etli (Smith) Wheeler, b. X. Y. City, Ang. 10, 
1810; a teacher of elocution; residence, W;iukeegau, PJ. : .5 c. 

10831. Charles Edward Holyoke\ b. Aug. 29, 1876. 

10832. Eleanor 3Jay Holyoke'', b. Nov. 27. 1878. 
10833.- Bertha Alice Holyoke'', b. July 16, 1882. 

10831. William Ilolvoke^', ; 

ins;->~ AM T-r 1 ' 1 ' ( ^^- ! tl. Aug. 22, 1884. 
lOboo. Arthur Holyoke , ) ' o > 

10836. 7. Martha Sophia Parker', b. April 6, 182G ; m. June 
2, 1815, Elnathan. son of William and Xancy (Burke) Christopher, 
b. Aug. 28, 1821 ; they resided for a time at Brooktield, X. S., and 
then removed to Beverly, Mass. ; she <1. Aug. 30, 1876 ; he is still 
living; 6 c. 

10837. AsAHEL Bill Christopher-, b. Oct. 11, 1817 ; a painter; 
residence, Beverly ; unmarried. 

10838. :\rARY Ann CHRISTO]'HER^ b. July 28, 1819 ; m. Xov. 
11, 1872, Edwin Crooks^ son of George Starrat and Abigail (Pay- 
i'.aut) Parker', b. March 10, 1818 ; a ])rinter, and resided for some 
years in I^hiladelphia, where he d. :\[arch 22, 18bU ; his widow 
resides Beverly ; 2 c, see line. 

10839. Augusta Prentiss CHRISTOP^ER^ b. Sept. G, 1851 ; m. 
June 27, 1876, Frank Henry llussey, b. 1811; residence, Lynn, 
^hiss. ; 1 c. 

10840. Nellie May Hus.'^ey", b. April 10, 1878. 



'748 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

10841. Flokence BiCKEOJtD CuRisTOPiiEH^ b. Alaj 3, 185S; 
d. July 10, 1800. 

10842. Ceara Smitfi Ciiristopiiei:\ b. :\r;irc]i 11, ISGl ; \m- 
mari'ied ; residonoe. I>cverlj. 

10843. Charles Kicitakds Christopher^, b. Dec. 10, 18G3; 
residence, Aylesford, N. S. 



10844. 8. Charlotte Tepi'er 1\\i;kePv", b. Oct. 14, 1829; m. 
June 2, 1840, Charles II., son of Phineas and Eacliel (Leavitt) 
Oakes, b. 'Nov. 15, 1810; an ijitluential and respected fanner of 
New Albany, N. S. ; 9 c. 

10845. Augusta Jaxe Oakes\ b. April, 1847; nr. ilay C, 187s, 
Edward T., son of Thomas and Mary J. (Johnson) Campbell, b. 
]S\)V. 20, 1852; residence, 9 Bree<l"s ])lace, Lynn, Mass.; she d. 
Aug. 2, 1888; 3 c. 

10846. Frederick R. CampbelP, h. Dec. 6. 1878. 

10847. Cliarles E. CampbeH', 1). Jane 11, IS.-^l. 
10847a. Ermiiiie Beatrice Campbell', b. Jan. 11, 1888. 

10848. Chahles Henry Oakes^ b. Sept. 13, 1848 ; m. Dec. 20, 
1877, Louisa Nixon; a farmer; residence, .Albany; 3 c. 
10849. Harold Asliton Oakes'. b. .Alarch 31, 18S0. 
10.^50. Majnard Parker Oakes'', b. :\Iay 6, ISS?. 
10850a. ElLa Sophia Oakes', b. Doc. 30, 1883. 

10851. Eleanor .At. OAKES^ b. April 24, 1851; m. 1. Feb. 15, 
1872, Thomas ^Y., son of Jonathan and Susan Jane (Christopher) 
Kemptou, b. July 13, 1813; d. April 7, 1877; m. 2. Dec. 12, 1882, 
Daniel, son of Jonathan and Louisa (C^ollier) Eoberts, b. Feb. 27, 
1843; residence, Bloomiield, Digby County; 3 c. 
10852. Oscar Albion Roberts^ b. April 16, 1884. 
1085-?a. Cliarlotte Louisa Oakes-', b. April 10, 1886. 
10S52b. Arnold Cyril Oakes-', b. Nov. 27, 1887. 

10853. Frederick Tupfer Oakes\ b. Alarch 25, 1852; d. 
Salem, Alass.. Nov. 2, 1875; he was killed by a fall into a culvert, 
while walking from Salem to Swampscott ; "a most excellent 
young man."" 

^10854. Cynthia Oakes^ b. Nov. 27, 1855; m. July 0, 1870. 
Charles^ son of George' and Mary (Kuggles) AYhitman, b. Aug. 1, 
1847; residence, Allxiny ; 2 c, see linel^ 

^10855. Eunice A. Oakes^ b. April 8, 1859; nn Nov. 8, 18S1, 
William, son of Jolin and Sarah Ami (Hardy) Oliver, b. Aug. 14. 
1852; a carpenter and house builder; residence, 9 Elhs st., Lynn; 



9 



jonx WHITMAN OF wpn'MorTii. Y19 

JOSr.G. Mabel Evelyn Oliver', b. Dec. 'J, 1883. 
lOSoOa. Walter Kingsley Oliver", 1). Jim. l.j, 1886. 

10857. Victoria Frances OAKES^ b. Feb. 23, 1S02. 

10858. Edward Ell>:HA Oakks"", 1). July ?>, ISGO; in. iS'ov. 10, 
1SS7, Kdlie AVilson ; rorfideiice, Clit'tondale, .Ma.-s. 

10859. Amanda Corson Oakks\ b. Feb. 23, 1870. 



10860. IV. Elizabeth Pakkek'', b. Sept. 14, 1781; m. 
1. about 1800, Church Morse, b. 1777; drowned, ^la}' J, 
181 7 ; m. 2. Oct. 20, 181 7, Samuel Felch, b. Juue 4, 1770 ; 
d. Sept. 20, 1852 ; residence, Bear River, N. S., where slie 
d. May 21, 1866, aged 84; 7 c. 



10861. 1. Uelex Mokse', b. April 0, ISOl ; in. Mureli 20. 1825, 
Abucr Parker, b. Sept. 26, 1799; d. Nov. 30, 1873; a painstaking 
fanner, hospitable in his home and suece;:-sfiil in life ; residence, 
ISTictaiix ; 10 e. 

10862. VoORHiES Parker^, b. March 20; d. May 1, 1827. 

10863. Prisgilla Parker^ b. April 30, 1828; m. Dee. 28, 
1853, J. G. Poach ; a farmer of Clarence, X. S. ; she d. Oct. 29, 
1870 ; 5 c. 

10864. Mary Helen Roach-', b. Dec. 9, 1854: m. July 6, 1881, Jacob Cliipnaaii 
Kempton ; a farmer ; residence, AVilmot ; 1 c. 

10865. Robie Echviu Kempton^", b. Juue 13, 188:3. 

108G6. Annabell Koaclv', b. Oct. 29, 1850 : d. :March 10. 1859. 

10867. Abuer Parker Roacli', b. March 18, 1800 : d. unmarried. Dec. 26, 18S1. 

10868. Susie Eavinia Roach^ b. March 31, 1864 ; d. Jan. 20, 1879. 
10809. Edwin James Roaclr', b. Oct. 6, 1870 ; d. 3Iarcli 7, 1876. 

10S70. Layinia Parker^ h. Uaj 22, 1830 ; m. Dec. 22, 1852, 
David Ilarris', son of Donald and Letitia (Parker^) Mcl-'herson, b. 
July 26, 1831; a farmer; residence, Prookiield, Queens County; 
6 c., see line. 

10871. Mary Eliza Parker^ b. Xov. 22, 1831 ; d. Oct. 1, 1849. 

10872. Alfred Parker", b. Jan. 19, 1833; d. Oct. 23, 1835. 

10873. Zoeth Freeman PARKER^ b. Sept. 3; d. Dec. 1, 1836. 

10874. Jabez Tupper PARKEir, b. Feb. 22, 1838; d. July 5, 
1839. 

10875. Enoch Church Parker"^, b. July 16, 1810; d. Oct. 16, 
1813. 



750 THE DESCEXDAXTS OP^ 

K)S70. Eunice Abigail Paeker^, b. June 12, 1S41 ; luiuuir- 
ried ; a teaclicr. 

10877. Abham Burton Parker^ h. Jan. 28, 1811: m. June 
20, ISr.G, Malinda Sophia Wlioeluck, b. April 1.3, 1S1;3 ; a success- 
ful fanner: residence, "Wihnot ; 1 e. 

10878. Elmer Benjamin Parker', h. Oct. 20, 1867. 

10870. Abner Olho Parker', b. Jan. 00, 1S09. 

108S0. Frank Lorriuier Parker^ b. Jan. 29, 1878. 

10881. Charles Rupert Parker'-', b. Oct. 20, 1880. 



10882. 2. Pexta}! Morse-, b. Dec. 22, 1802; ni. 1. ^^Farch ?.l, 
1825, Elizal:)etb Pobinson, b. June 20, 1793; d. Dec. 12, 1803; m. 
2. Abrcli 10, 1801, Elizabeth Cutten, b. Aug. 19, 1827; he d. July 
5, 1880; 8 c, all by 1st m. ^ 

10883. Samsox MoRSE^ b. Eeb. 11, 1820; m. Aug., 1851. 
Isabel, daughter r»f Samuel and Marv (Ilhodes) Spinney, b. March 
22, 1820; residoiec. 3 Auburn .'^t., Cliarlestown, Mass., ^vhere lie d. 
Dec. 28, 1881 (comuiitied suicide); 1 c. 

10884. Carrie :VI(.rse^ b. Feb. 19. U^fU ; d. April 10, 1877. 

10885. Emmelixe Morse', b. March 10, 1827; m. Jan. 7, 1815, 
Dr. Hohnes Cogswell Masters, M.E)., b. Oct. 12, 1815 ; residence, 
Berwick, Kings County; 11 c. 

10886. Mary K. Masters-', b. Sept. 13, 1846 : m. April 17, 18(36. Dr. John Allen 
W. Morse, M.D. ; residence, Ohio, Yarmouth County : 4 c. 

10887. Emeliiie H. :\Ior5;e"'. b. April 5, lfc;G7. 

10888. Susan Morse^", b. July; d. Aug., 1869. 

10889. Mary Agnes Morse^J, b. May 29, 1872. 

10890. Maud W. 3Iorse"^ b. June, 1874 ; d. Aug.. 187G. 

10891. George E. Masters^ b. Jan. 7; d, Aug., 1849. 

10893. Charlotte S. :Master.s-', b. Aug. 11, 18r)0 ; m. Aug. 6, 1872. Edwin J. H. 
Morse ; an insurance agent : residence, Berwick ; 2 c. 

10893. George Botsford Morse"*, b. July 23, 1873. 

10894. Isabella J. B. Morse'", b. Jan. 29, 1875. 

10895. George Edward ^Masters-', b. June 12, 1852; ni. June 1, 1874, Louise 
Hedding, daughter of Rev. Tliomas C. and Louisa ((-i-riswold) Poirce, 
b. Framinghani, Mas.s., Sept. 20, 1«47 ; a merchant; residence, 592 
Dorchester ave.. So. Bt)ston, Mass. ; 4 c. 

10806. Faiuiie Isabel Masters'", b. Sept. 12, 1875 ; d. June 26, 1877. 

10897. George Ernest Masters'", b. Oct. 31. 1876. 

10898. Fannie Louise Masters'", b. Feb, 3, 1878 ; d. Ai)ril 8, 1883. 

10899. Fh.ren.-e Murs.> .Masters^", b. -May 12. 1881 ; d. March 26, 1883. 

10900. Alma Q. Mast<•rs^ 1). Nov. 25, 1854 ; m. Nov. 4, 1874, ( Jeorge M. Illsley ; 
a merchant : residence. Port AVilliam, N. S. ; 2 c. 

10901. Kisboro Illsley"'. b. April 29. 18.81. 

10902. Kenneth Illsley"', b. Sept. 13, 1882, 



JOHN WUITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 751 

10003. Beniali S. Master;^% b. July 13, 18oG; m. Aug. 18, 1S82, Kate F., 
tlauf^hter of Lyman and Lucy ]Maiia (^McKeeon) Goss, b. Feb. 14, 
18r>9 ; a merchant ; residence, Charlesto%\-n, Mass. ; store, 152 Main 
St., Cliarlestown ; 1 c. 

10004. Florence M. Masters'", b. Nov. 1. 1883. 

10905, Holmes C. Masters', b. May 4, 1S.")S ; unmarried. 

1()006. Elizabeth S. Masters'*, b. 3Iarch 5, ISGO ; m. July 10, 188'3, Albert J. 

Pineo ; an editor ; residence, Wolfville ; 1 c. 
I(i907. Plolmes DeWolf Pineo"', b. Fel). 14, 1884. 

1(1008. Alfred :^L Masters*, b. March 8, 1802. 

10909. Maria S. Masters'\ b. July 5, 18G4. 

10910. Kibbon F. :\Iasters-', b. Feb. 19, 1860 ; d. Dec. 0, 1S77. 

10911. Edwi-X Morse^ 1). April 0, 1S29 ; d. June 2i, 1834. 

10912. George B. Morse", b. March 5, 1831 ; m. Aug., 1850, 
Betsey M. Lackey ; residence, Westboro, ]^[ass. ; 5 c. 

10913. Charlotte Morse^, b. June, 1853 : d. July, 1854. 

10914. Emmelino Morse- , b. June, 1854 ; d. April. 1855. 

10915. Fred. A. Morse", b. April, 1857; unmarried: residence, So. Easton, 
Mass. 

1091G. Emmeline Morse^, b. April 21, 1860: m. March 4, 1877, Clarence L., 
son of C4corge E. and Celia C^LcCIackoy) Hartwell, b. Dec. 2, 1858 ; a 
mercliant ; residence, Marlboro. Mass. : 4 c. 

10917. Nellie E. nartwell-'\ b. Aug. 20, 1879. 

10918. Gussie 3L HartweIl"-\ b. Aug. 23, 1880. 

10919. Fred. L. ILartwell", ) 

10920. Edwin M. tLartv.-ell"', \ ^'- '^^''^ ^^' ^S'^'" 

10921. Bertha A. ^[orse«. b. March, 1872 ; d. Aug., 1880. 

10922. Charlotte Catharine Morse', b. Xov. 19, 1832; ni. 
^[arch IT, 1851, Charles Andrew, son of Silas Woodworth and 
Rebecca (Rand) Masters, b. ]\[ay 23, 1S23 : a farmer; re.-idence, 
Kentville, X. S. ; 9 c. 

10923. Albert Bcnaiah Masters', b. June 20, 1852 ; a machinist ; residence, St. 
Boniface, Jianitoba ; unmarried. 

10924. Frederick Alfred Masters'^, b. Jan. 21, 1854; was educated at the 
Eentville schools and Woodland Academy at Wilmot, N. S. : entered 
at the age of 19 on a business life as clerk with Geo. E. Calkind of 
Kentville, merchant and })0stmaster ; Avas appointed assistant post- 
master, an othce he held till Jan., 187G, when he entered upon the 
study of law : was admitted to the bar of tlie Supreme Court of Nova 
Scotia, Jan. 19, 1883 : is now engaged in tlie practice of his p»rofe.ssion 
at Kentville ; unmarried. 

10925. Aime Elizabeth Masters^ b. Oct. 12, 185G ; a teacher ; unmarried. 

10926. Emma Charlotte Masters", b. Jan. 23, 1859 ; unmarried : residence, 
Boston, Mass. 

10927. Cassie Rebecca IHasters-', b. July 18. 1861 ; nj. Dec. 14, 168':, John Pub 
licover, formerly of Dartmouth, N. S. : residence, Kentville ; 1 c. 

10028. Alice Maude Publicover"', b. Oct. 1. 1S83. 

hiO-29. Caleb Rand Masters", b. July 18, 1863 ; a clerk ; residence, Truro, N. S. 

10930. Rose "Wiimiette Masters', b. .-\pril 11. 18G5 ; at home. 



752 THK DESCEXDANTS OF 

10931. John Freoiiioii Master.s'% b. April 11, 18G7 ; a clerk; residence, Kenl- 
ville. 

10932. Nellie Louise M;isters«, b. Oct. 9, 1S70. 

10933. Edavin .AIo]iSE^b. Dec. 1, 1834; m. Oct. 14, 1864, Marj, 

daughter of Ilciuy and Mary lloclil'ort, b. St. Julm, N. B., Ana;. 

15, 1848; ill 1851 came to I>ostoii, Mas'^., and lias since resided in 

that city; is engaged in the manufacture of hilh'ai'd tables at 3 

Tremoiit row ; 2 c. 

1093-i. Edwin Beniali Mor8e'\. b. Sept. lo, 1S67. 
10935. Joseph Howe Morsel b. :\Iarch 19, 1S74. 

10936. Alfred JMorse', b. Dec. 25, 1S3G ; m. Charlestown, 
Mass., July 26, 1863, Susan Maria, daughter of James and Margaret 
(Collins) Roberts, b. Boston, Dec. 25, 1844 ; ho came to Massachu- 
setts, 1853 ; enlisted in Otli Mass. J^atter}- and served during war ; 
a carpenter; residence. 70 Prospect st., Charlestown ; 4 c, 1), 
Charlestown, 

10937. Florence Isabel Morse", b. Jan. 3, 18H8. 

1093:S. Alice Gertrude Morse", b. Oct. SO, 1871. 

10039. :^Iabel Sweetser Mor.se^ b. Sept. 11. 1873. 

10940. Alfred Baniard Morse^ b. Aug. 30, 1870. 

10941. Joseph Howe Morse', b. April 23, 1840; in. Boston ; 
he d. Avithout issue. Sept. 21, 1875. 

10942. 3. Jonathan Morse", b. Feb. 12, 1805 ; m. May 8, 1828, 
Eliza Spinney, b. Aug. 1, 1S<»1; d. Sept. 1, 1885; he d. May 24, 
1871 ; 10 c. ' ^ 

10943. Elizabeth Jane Morse^ b. Dec. 2, 1S2S: m. July 23, 
1846, Austin Welton Spinney, b. Sejit. 14, 1826; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Harmony, jST. S. ; 12 c. 

10914. Elizalieth Maria Spinney'', b. Nov. 17, 184G : ni. March 2G, 186->, 
Thomas Cornelius Steele, 1). July 4, 1839; a farmer; residence, Har- 
mony ; she d. Sept. 17. 1886 : G c. 

10945. Elmera Amelia Steele^", b. Oct. 22, 18G4 : d. Sept. 24, 1879. 

1094G. Church Morse Steele'^ b. July 29, 18GG. 

10947. Burpee Clorke St^elel^ b. Dec. 20, 1807. 

10948. Annie Sophia Steele^", b. 31arrli 29, 1871 ; d. Sept. 25, 1879. 

10949. Harris Atwood Steele^", \ 

[ b. Oct. 7, 1875 : 

10950. Harry Franklin Steele^". ) d. Aug. 12, 1885 : was killed 
bj- the kick of a horse. 

"They're not all here. 
Some are away, the dead ones dear. 
"Who thronged with us this ancient hearth, 
And gave the hour to guiltless mirlh ; 
Fate with a stern relentless hand 
Looked in and thinned our little l)and." 



JOHN WHI'l'MAN OF WKYMOUTn. 



753 



\0[V,l. Melissa Annio Si>i!niey", \k Aw^. 2(3, ISfS; m. JaTi. 19. 1871, ATT^'Od 
I'arkcrSnuudiTS, b. Feb. S, l,s:U ; a fanner ; rt'sidunco, IlarnioU}- ; 6 c. 

]{)'X)-i. Maitba Jane Saunders'", b. Feb. 9, 1S73. 

111;).-);^. Mary Elizabetli Saunders'", b. Sept. ^2, 1874 ; d. July 18, 1881. 

Jii9.Vl. Arthur Cliurch Saunders'", b. Sept. 28. 1870. 

]ii9:>"). Alfred Noble Saunders'", b. Oct. 18. 1879. 

ln9.")0. Helen Irene Saunders'", b. .June 5, 188'.?. 

liig.Mia. Bertlia Odessa Saunde^s*^ b. Nov. 30, 1884. 

1(I9')7. Jacob Cliurcli Spinney"*, b. 31arcli 18, 1850 : d. Ajji-il 4, 18.")7. 

IdU.'.S. Charlotte Lavinia Spinney^ b. June 2~), 18.")1 ; d. Fel). 19, 18.j3. 

in0r)9. Zilpha Sonliia Spinney^, b. June 12, 18')3 ; unmarried. 

lOHGU. Jonathan ^hiore Spinney^, b. June 1, 18~)(3 ; unmarried. 

lOOGl. Minnie Salome Spinney', b. Dec. 29, 1807; ni. June 26, 1879, James 
William Jefferson, b. 1853 ; a farmer ; residence, Sj»riugiield ; 2 c. 

10902. Arthur Spurgeon Jefferson^", b. Ajiril 4, 1880. 

109(58. Burpee Seymour Jetferson'", b. Oct. -1, 1882 : d. March 19. 1886. 

109G4. Austin Spurr Spinney', b. Oct. 2, 1859; unmarried. 

10965. Eunice Harriet Spinney', b. March 17, 1862 ; d. Oct. 13, 1864. 

10966. Caleb Snow Spinney^ b. July 15, 1865. 

10987. Noble Josliua Spiuney% b. May 9, 1867 ; d. Dec. 9, 1878. 

10968. Ida Odessa Spinneys b. Feb. 2, 1871 ; d. Dec. 23, 1877. 

"In their caskets, white as snow-flakes, 
Nestling all among the flowers, 
Laid we those our spotless lilies 
That a little wliile were ours." 

10069. Helen Amoret Mokse^ b. Sept. 11, 1830; m. ]\[arcli 
11, 1852, Alexander Banks, b. Jan. 18, 1812; a farmer; residence, 
Harinony ; 8 c. 

10970. Abbie Lavinia Banks', b. Dec. 30, 1852 ; m. Oct. 15, 1873, Lewis Beals, 
b. 1853 : a farmer ; residence, Worcester, Mass. ; 5 c. 

10971. /Leonora Maude Beals^", b. Oct. 18, 1874. 

10972. George 3Iay Beals"\ b. Aug. 25. 1876. 

10973. Frank Bennie Beals'", b. Feb. 15, 1878. 

10974. Harry Aften Beals'«, b. AprU 27, 1880. 

10975. Angie Elizabeth Beals^o, Oct. 27, 1883. 

10976.' Richard Church Banks', b. Marcli 24, 1854 ; d. March 26. 1860. 

10977. Caroline Eliza Banks', b. Feb. 12, 1856 ; unmarried. 

10978. Harriet Maria Banks', b. Nov. 12. 1857 ; m. Nov. 25, 1879, Anslie Owen 
Dunham, b. 1853 ; a farmer ; 2 c. 

10979. Orvis Prior Dunham'", b. Oct. 14, 1880. 

10980. Carrie Tryphosa Dunham'", b. June 14, 1882. 

10981. Jonathan Reid Banks^ b. Dec. 22, 1859 ; unmarried. 
10983. Burpee Uriah Banks', b. Feb. 3, 1863. 

10983. Elizabeth May Banks', b. Nov. 30, 1866 ; d. Nov. 19, 1878. 

10984. Myrtie Mazetta Banks', b. June 9, 1873 ; d. July 29, 1887. 

10085. Samuel Cuukcii Mokse^ h. Feb. 2(3, J 832; m. July 
15, 1857, Charlotte Lio;litzer: a fanner; residence, Harmony; 2 c. 

10986. Elizabetli :Morse', b. April 20, 1859. 

10987. Allie Sophronia .Mor^e', J). Feb. 10 ; d. Dec. 25, 1860. 

48 



754 THE DKSOKNDAKTS OF 

10988. Eunice Harriet ^[ollSE^ b. Feb. 12, 1881; d. Aj)]-!! 
12, 18G2. 

10980. James Alfred Morse^', b. Dec. 26, 1835; m. Aug. 20, 
18G2, Maria Duiieanson, b. May 11, 1813; a farmer; residence, 
Harmony, ^Yhere he d. Marcli 11, 1878; 6 c. 

10990. Jonathan Morse', b. Sept. It), 1863. 

10991. James xVlfred Morse, Jy.\ } 

10992. Sarah Elizabeth Morse^ 1 ^- -^"^^ ^^' ^^^'^• 

10993. Annie Laura Morse», b. May 29, 186S ; d. Oct. 13, 1879. 

10994. Zebra Thomas Morse\ b. Juh- T), 1872 ; d. Oct. r,, 1879. 

10995. Austin Edsoii Mor5e^ b. July 5, 1874 ; d. Oct. M, 1879. 

" A home in heaven ; when our friends are fled 
To the cheerless gloom of the mouldering dead, 
"We wait in hope of the promise given ; 
We will meet up there in our home in heaven." 

10996. Caroline Amelia Morse^ b. Jan. 19, 1838 ; m. Oct. 
12, 1855, Parker Ward, b. 1832 ; a farmer ; residence, Treniont, 
N. S. ; 3 c. 

10997. Hardy Parker Ward-\ b. Sept. 21, ISrjS. 

10998. Saiuuel Church Ward% b. Feb. 15, 1864. 

10999. Lizzie Ward^ b. Juno 5, 1882 ; d. Sept. 14, 1885. 

11000. Elisha S. Morse^ b. Dec. 8, 1839 ; m. Jan. 23, 1871, 
Laleah Graves, b. Oct, 2, 1851; a farmer ; residence. Harmony ; 
5 c. 

11001. William Harris Morse^, b. April 4, 1873. 

11002. Jessie F. Morse', b. June 6, 1874. 

11003. Jonathan Church Morse^ b. Oct. 8, 1877. 

11004. Lillie Blanche Morse', b. Sept. 1, 1880, 
11004a. Silas Parker Morse», b. March 18, 1887. 

11005. Abner Parker Morse^, b. Jan. 17, 1812; m. Dec. 31, 
1868, Lois Meb"ssa Banks, b. Jnly 12, 1814; a fanner; residence, 
Harmony ; 8 c. 

11008. Hardy Parker Morse', b. Dec. 14, 1870. 

11007. f:iizabeth Harriet Morse', b. July 30, 1873. 

11008. Minnie Elhel Morse', b. May 16, 1874. 

11009. Leander Grant Morse', b. April 27, 1876. 

11010. Reuben Talfer Morse', b. July 25, 1877. 

11011. Elmira Amelia Morse', b. June 24, 1879. 

11012. Abner Church Morse', b. June 27, 1881. 

11013. Obrey Dever Morse', b. Jan. 16, 1884. 

11014. Jonathan Church Morse^ b. Dec. 27, ISW; m. Oel. 
7, 1865, Angelina Banks, b. Ang. 10, 1839 ; a farmer ; residence. 
Harmony ; 7 c. 

11015. Ernest S. :\rorse', b. March 14. 1806. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 755 

11(110. Cora E. Mol^se^ b. Sept. 27, 1868. 

11017. Alice M. Morse^ b. April 3, 187'-3. 

IIOIS. Georgianna Morse^, b. ]\Iay 5, 1874. 

]10K>. :\Iaude K. :\Iorse^ b. July 10. 1S7G. 

IIOJO. Elizabeth 3Iorse^ b. Dec. 13, 1878. 

11021. Pauline A. Morse", b. Oct. 3, 1879 ; d. Oct. G, 1886. 

11022. Joseph Howe Morse^ b. July 21, IS-iO ; m. Dec. 30, 

18GS, Hannah ^l. Banks, b. Aug. 27, 1849; a fanner; residence, 

Harmony ; 6 c. 

11023. Alden Banks Mor3e^ b. Feb. 7, 1870. 

11034. Jonathan Seymour Morse^ b. July 24, 1872. 

1102.J. Harlan Church 3Iorse^ b. Feb. is" 1874. 

1102G. Beniah Howe Morse^, b. April 4, 1880. 

11027. Seraphina Morse", b. Aug. 28, 1883. 

11027a. Miriam Bertha Morse^ b. Feb. 9, 1887. 



11028. 4. Elizabeth Moe.se'. b. Jan. 17, 1807; m. 1. James 
Samiders; m. 2. Feb., 1829, William Copeland ; she d. about 1853; 
2 c. 

11029. Saunders^: d. in infancy. 

11030. JoH.x Hexky Corelaxd^ b. Dec, 1829 ; d. young. 



11031. 5. Nathaniel Parker Morse'', b. Kov. 15, 1814; m. 
1. Dec, 1836, Mary Ann Eoach ; d. Sept. 12, 1860; m. 2. Jan. 23, 
1861, Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Israel Fellows and Hope- 
stead (Barnaby) Elliott, b. June 27, 1838 ; he d. April 27, 1880 ; 
she resides Clarence, ]Si. S. ; 4 c. 

11032. Jame.s AV. Morses, -5, Kound Hill, X. S., Aug. 8, 1837; 
he removed to Boston and d. there, aged 23. 

11033. Benjamin Hardy Morses, I3. Aylesford, N. S., March 
4, 1841; removed to United States; present residence, unknown. 

11034. Everett Morse^, b. Melvern Square, N. S., 1803 ; un- 
married ; a clerk ; residence, JMarlboro, Mass. 

11085. KoDNEY M0KSE8, b. Melvern Square, July 11, 1872; d. 
Clarence, April 23, 1881. 

11036. 6. Abner Morse^, b. July 1, 1812; m. Nov. 9, 1834, 
Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Elijah Purdy (a i-efugee), b. Oct. 15, 
1808; d. Oct., 1882 r 7 c. 

11037. Allister ^foRSES, b. Feb. 14, 1836; m. Jan. 26, 1859, 
Mary Ann, daughter of Daniel and Eli,zal)eth (Phinney) Felch, b. 
April 8, 1839; Le d. May 23, 1871; in 1831 she, with her family, 
I't'moved to Boston, Mass. ; 3 c, all b. Bear Kiver, K S. 



750 THE Df:SCEXr)AXTS OF 

1103S. Oi-,svakl Daniel ^Morso'', b. Fel>. 8, ISOO ; iniDirirried : rosidencp. Pinc. 
Colonido. 

11039. Curtis Abner Morse-', b. Ai)ril 3. ]8G::3: jn. Dec. 17, 1SS3. llarrii i 
Bernico, daughter of AVal'aco and Helen (JetTersou ) I.iut. b. Bear l\iver, 
June 9. 1SG4 ; a blacksmith : residence, 2 Dayton ave., Boston ; 1 e. 

11040. Allister Wallace Morse'", b. Bo,;ton, Sept. 13, ISSl. 

11041. Carrie E. 31orse\ b. March 2. ISGl. 

11012. Elizabltil IIklex Moi;se^ Ik April 23, lSo8; m. ]. 
June 0, 185S, William Muisc ; lio d. Oct. 24, IbOS; in. 2. Dec. (), 
1805, Henry Itice, b. Jan. 2U, 1829; a fanner; residence, Annapo- 
lis, X. S. ; 5 c. 

11043. ]\[aretta Adaline Morse', b. May 3, 1859 ; unmarried. 

11044. Robert William Morse^ b. Feb. :2S, ISGO ; d. Oct. 16, 1S63. 

11045. James William Rice'-*, b. Dec. 25, 1SG6. 
1104G. Mary Elizabetli Rice", b. Aug. 24. 1870. 
11047. Annie Rebecca Rice'', b. July 25, 1S72. 

11048. Mary Adalixe Moese', b. July 11, 1842; d. Nov. 9, 
1845. 

11049. William Church Morse\ b. April 23, 1844: m. June, 
1805, Sarali Eogers of Yarmouth, X. S. ; he d. March 24, 1870 ; no 
issue. 

11050. Fraxces Axn Morse^ b. March 14, 1840 ; m. May 2, 
1800, Ezra Miller of Bear Eiver, X. S. ; she d. Dec. 17, 1873; 
residence, Xepon.set, Mass. ; 4 c. 

11051. Avard H. Miller^, b. Nov. 19, 18GG. 

11052. Forbes E. Miller', b. Sept. 12, 18GS ; d. Nov. 16, 18G9. 

11053. Addie May :\IiUer', b. July 5, 1870. 

11054. Jennie L. Miller*, b. Dec. 20, 1871. 

11055. Layinia Clarissa Morse^, b. Oct. 2, 1848; ni. Dec. 9, 
1874, Abram C. I'ofter of Clementsvale ; 1 c. 
11056. Kizbro Potter^ b. Jan. 16, 1S7G. 

11057. Abxer Pltrdy Morse'^, b. Sept. 2, ] 850 ; d. Dec. 81, 1871. 



11058. 7. EiTxiCE Salome Felgh', b. Feb. 7, 1S24; m. March 
15, 1843, Joseph Lovett McKenne, b. Dec. 0, 1821; a highly 
respected farmer of Kingston ; 9 c. 

11059. Joseph Burree McKexxe^, b. Feb. 1, 1844; d. Jan, 
1845. 

11000. Edwix iJuHREE McKexxe^, b. March 1, 1840 ; d. Sept. 
1, 1800. 

11001. Edith Lucilla ]\[cKexxe'^, b. March 17, 1848; m. 
Nov. 10, 1870, Charles A. Pierce of Greenwood Square, X. S. ; 2 c. 



joux wiirniAN OF weymoctji. 757 

nOGO. Howard Elislia Pierce', b. May G, lS7;i. 
llOiio. Frank Lovett Pierce-', b. 3Iarch ."). ISSI. 

nOGtl^. Obed Stanley McIvennk'', b. -luuc 28, 1850; d. A])nl 
17, 1S51. 

11005. Abxeii Judsox >r<]vEX\E8, h. Feb. 1*2, 1.S52 ; umnar- 
rlcd ; a teacher of iimcb repiitiilion. 

IIOCG. Samuel JIeu.max ]\IcKkxxes, b. Oct. 8, 1854; m. Oct. 

31, lS7t), Plaiinah Dolliver: 2 c. 

110G7. Kizbro McKeune^ b. Feb. 6. tS7S. 

1)0(5S. Burke Clnytoii McKeuiie-', b. June -26. ISSl. 

1106H. Edward -Ioiixstox ?\1c1vexxe\ b. March 18, 1858; m. 

Oct, 10, 1883. Lilybida, dauglitor of Geori;-e lloach of Iviiig-f^ton, 

]S\ S. ' ' 

11070. Horace William McKexxes, b. Dec. 28, 1800; un- 
Diariied ; a tcaclicr of tlie tir.'^t chi-<s. 

11071. Allister Elmore McKexxe^ b. Afay 20, 1863; iiu- 
niarj-icd ; a telegi'ajdi operator. 



11072. V. Pakxey Pakkek'-', b. Oct. 9, 1783; m. Nov. 
20, 1801, Abel Wheelocdv, b. April 2;;, 1777: d. Aiio-. 30, 
1856 ; a farmer and shooiiiakor: residence, NictauXj where 
she d. Feb. 24, 1875, aged 02 ; 9 c. . 



11078. 1. Samuel ArnEELocK', b. Feb. 20,1803; m. Dec. 21, 
1829, Ann EHza Barteaiix, b. Marcli 21, 1803; d. Jan. 26, 1885; a 
farmer; residence, ISictaux; he d. ]'eb. 27, 1872; no issue. 

11074. 2. LuciXDA AYiiEELOCK', b. Sept. 22, 1804; d. Jan. 28, 
1827. 

11075. 3. Oliye Wiieelock', b. Dec. 24, 1806; m. 1827, 
Robert Barteaux, b. Sept. 9, 1804; d. Dec, 1875; they resided at 
Xictaux, So. ^fountain, X S., tlicn removed to Lake Geoi'ge, 
Aylesford, N, S., where slie d. May 81, 1857; lie m. again and 
removed to AVihnot, where he d. : 7 c, b. Xictanx. 

11076. LuciXDA Barteaux*, b. Dec. 31, 1827 ; m. Jan. 7, 1846, 
John, son of Alexander and Elizabeth (Caylbee) Patterson, 4). ]\[aj 
28, 1813; a farmer; residence, Orange, Mass.; 4 c 

11"77. Seraph Patterson'', b. Sept. 2S. 184G : ni. ilarcli 27, 1872, Horace Beu- 

janiin AlJeu ; residence, Uniiy, X. H. ; no issue. 
15<'78. Lavinia Patterson", b. May 2, 18.^9; ni. Aug. 25, 18G9, Frank Lucius 

^Vebster ; residence, Troy, X, Y. ;-3 c. 



758 THE DESCEXDANTS OF 

11079. Lulu Webster "\ b. June 24, 1^71. 

11080. Maud A. \Vebster"\ b. Aug. 1-i, 1S7;J. 
IIOSI. Allie AVebster'", b. Marcli 2, 1S70. 

11083. Cliark'S Patteison-', b. Dec. 2(5. 1812 ; m. Oct, 2, 1877, :\Iay Sophin Car- 
savaut ; residence, Orani;e, Mass. : o c. 

11083. Charles V. Patterson'", b. .Alay 21. 1878. 

11084. PJva M. Patterson", b. Oct. 30, 1881. 

11085. Olive Maud Patterson'^ b. Oct. 24. 1884. 

11080. Mary Alice Patterson', b. Aug. 30, IBol; ni. Nov. 25, 1875, George 

Henry Cooke ; residence. Athol, ^lass. ; 1 c. 
11087. Charles Henry Cooke"\ b. May 13, 1878. 

110S8. LIauvey Barteaux^ b. Oct. 25, 1829; m. Marcli 11>, 
185G, Frances, daughter of Ediiumd Morton of Millville, JST. S. ; a 
fanner; residence, ]'\ictory A^ale, Avlesford, Iv^ings County; 4 c. 

11089. Wilhemiua Alice Barteaux^ b. Dec. 31, 1856. 

11090. Mary Griselda Barteaux^, b. Jan. 3, 1800 : m. Dec. 28, 1881, Charles 0. 
Sargent ; no is.-,ue, 

11091. Gilbert Iving.^ley Barteaux^ b. May 28, 1862 ; a mechanic ; residence. 
Round Hill. 

11093. James Leslie Barteaux^ b. Nov. 17, 1805. 

11093. Ja^ies IIexry Barteaux^ h. Feu. 21, 1S32; m. 1S54, 
Susan, daughter of Enoch Pahuer, b. Jan. G, 1835; is a prosperous 
fanner; residence, Morristown, Cormvullis County; G c. 

11094. Lockhart Mansfield Barteaux^ b. Oct. 5, 1855; d. April 28, 1876; he 
was about to ju-epare himself for the ministry. 

11095. Maggie Olivia Barteaux'', b. Dec. 27. 1858 ; a teacher. 
1109G. AVilloughby James Barteaux^ b. Xov. 5, 1863. 

11097. Armina Ethel Barteaux', ) iq mpq 

11098. Luana Mabel Barteaux^, i ^- ^'^'^'- ^'^' ''^^^• 

11099. Winnifred Grace Barteaux% b. Jan. 28, 1878. 

11100. Abel Wheelock P.arteaux^ b. Feb. 23, 1834; m. 
Dec. 22, 1859, Harriet J. Spinney, b. March 19, 1835 ; 2 c. 

11101. William Judson Barteaux', b. Oct. 9. 1862. 

11102. George Ellswortli Barteaux'\ b. Dec. 1, 1870 ; d. Dec. 30, 1877. 

11103. Egbert Dickey Parteauxs, b. July 7, 1837; m. May 
5, 1859, Sarah, daughter of Francis and Rebecca (Ogilvie) Hutch- 
inson, b. July 12, 183G; a farmer ; residence, Uolliston, Mass. ; -1 c, 
none married. 

11104. Vincle Hartley Barteaux, b. Jan. 31, 1860 : residence, Ohio. 

11105. Ever.^tt Judson B^irteaux', b. Aug. 15. 1861 ; residence, Ohio. 

11106. Wilfred IVLanning Barteaux', b. ^Lay 27, 1863 ; at home. 

11107. John Aylesford Barteaux^ b. ]Marc"h 3, 1869. 

11108. AnoxiiiA.Nr J. Barteaux', b. July 31, 1840; m. Oct. 13, 
1804, May Frances Averill, b. Xov. 23, 1839; residence, Boston 
Highlands, Mass. ; 2 c. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 759 

11109. Gertnule A. Bartoaux'-', )>. Oct. 1:-:, 1870. 

11110. Clara E. Barteaux-', b. Feb. 21, 1»7S. 

11111. Edward JosErn Bajiteaux^, 1). Jan. 31,1815; m. ]. 
Jan. 20, ISTO, Lizzie, daugliter of Ebeii and Eliza Kicc of Smith 
Gove, Digby Co., N. S., b. April 15, 1816 ; d. April 7, 1S75 ; m. 2. 
^[ay 3, 1S76, ]\Jrs. Susan M. Thomas, daughter of Jonathan and 
]\[ary Parker of Aylesford, N. S. ; residence, 3 Clark st., Cara- 
b]'idge})ort, ]\Iass. ; 2 c. 

11112. Jessie F. Barteaux', b. June 31. 1872. 

11113. Blanche H. Barteaux^ b. May 8, 1877. 

IIIM. -1. Pakxey Wheelock", b. Jan. 20, ISOS; m. 1820, 
James Barteaux. b. Sept. 9, 1801; d. April 1, 1850; twin brother 
to Robert; residence, Torbrook ; she d. June 1, 1875; lie. 

11115. Salome Cakteaux^, b. July 31, 1830 ; m. Inov. 1, 1855, 
James Hutchison, b. Jan. 31, 1820; a farmer; residence, Morris- 
town; G c, none married. 

11116. Annie Adelia Hutchisons, b. Aug. 20, 1856. 

11117. Edith Elmore IIutchisoJl^ b. Aug. 21, 18o8. 

11118. Flora Belle Hutehison-\ b. Jan. 31. 18G1 ; m. Nov. 15, 1S8C, William 
Spinnej' of Greenwood. 

11119. Alzerena Hutchison^ b. Feb. 27, 1863. 

11120. Adavelia Sophia Hutchisou^ b. Feb. 15, 1865. 

11121. James AVatson Hutchison", b. ^vlarch 4, 1872. 

11122. Hahkiet Axx Eakteauxs, b. April 18, 1832; m. Dec. 
11, 1857, Israel iSewcomb, b. Api'il 14, 1830 ; residence, Treniont, 
Aylesford ; 9 c. 

11123. Fayette Jane Newcomb'', b. Feb. 7, 1859 ; unmarried. 

11124. Mary Elizabeth Newcomb^ b. Nov. 17, i860 ; m. 1. June, 1878, Robert 
Kirkijatrick ; he d. soon after his marriage ; m. 2. Dec. 25, 1884, Joseph 
W. Young ; residence, Chelsea, Mass. : no issue. 

11125. Annie Laura Newcomb'', b. Oct. 28, 1862 ; m. Aug. 9, 1882, Edgar 
Palmer of Aj-lesford ; 1 c. 

11126. Ilattie Blanche Palmeri'\ b. July 8. 1884. 

11127. Ezekiel Bai teaux Newcorab", b. Se]:>t. 11. 1864. 

11128. Helen Amr.nda NewcombS b. ^lay 7, 1867. 

11129. Lucinda Irene Newcomb'', b. ]\Iarch 2. 1869. 

11130. Alwilda Maria Ne\vcomb^. b. July 31, 1871. 

11131. James Edv.-ard Newcomb'\ b. Jan. 30, 1874 ; d. in infancy. 

11132. Charles Ingram Newcomb", b. Dec. 29, 1874. 

11133. Helen Barteaux^, h. Dec. 2, 1831; m. Sept. 9, 1850, 
Harding Spinney, b. Oct. 9, 1830; d. Jan. 1, 1877; a farmer; resi- 
dence. Greenwood S<puire, X. vS. ; c. 

11134. Ruble Lavinia Spinney", b. July 26. 1857; m. Nov. 25, 1879, xUbert 
Benson of Bear River ; a ship carpenter ; 1 c. 



YC.IJ THE DESCKXDANTS OF 

11185. IlardiMK Willard Ik'nson'", b. Scj>t. O."), 1^80. 

llloO. Jaiufs Barteaux S])iiint-v', b. Feb. ','■2. ISOO ; uninavried. 

11137. Ingram Jiidson Spinney', b. ^Tarch ?> ; d. July, isH^. 

1113^. Annie Elizal)olii Spinney", b. Juno '20, 1SG;5 : ni. May 21. 18S1. Isaiah 

Uruco : resideneo. ^rassachusetts : 1 c. 
11131). Viola Odoc;-^a Brucr.'", 1). Ahiy 31, 1SS3. 

11140. Parney SiMnautiia Spinney-', b. June 21, 1805. 

mil. Kon'ena Salonn- Sjnjniey', b. Jan. 7, lb70. 

11142. Samukl I3ATiTEArxs, b. July."), 18:^G ; in. Feb. 22,185!', 

Sarah Ann lUuiks, b. No\-. 21, 1S35 ; a farmer; rcf^idence, Tur- 

brook ; 4 c, n(»ae married. 

111-13. James E. Barteaux-', b. Jan. 7, isol ; a teaclier. 
IIMI. John B. Barteaux', b. Oet. 2S, 1SG2. 
11145. Maggie Irene Barteaux-', b. May 27. ISOO. 
HUG. Mary Ann Barteaux^ b. Dec. 12, l^G'J. 

11147. EzEKiEL Masters BaixTeaux', b. July l<i, 1838; m. 
Feb. .5, 1863, Louisa, dauu-hter of Lemuel and Meliitable ]N'iehols. 
b. July 21, 1839 ; residence, 339 Soinerville ave., Somerville, ]\Liss. ; 
2 c. 

11148. Helena Estelle Barteaux-', b. April 5, IbGl ; d. Oct. 30, 1S67. 

11149. Lily May Barteaux', b. Nov. 17, 1^00 ; d. Sept. 21, 1S78. 

11150. Paeney Barteaux^ b. July 9, 1840 ; m. Jan. 27, 1858, 

Caleb Spinney, b. L)lc. 17, 1828; resideuce, Greenvs'ood, Kingston 

Station, Kings County ; 8 c. 

11151. Mary Emma Spinney^ b, Feb. 25. 1850; m. June 7, 1SS2, Alexander, 
sou of Alden and Seraphina (Patterson) Banks, b. May 81, 1S51 ; a 
farmer ; residence, Kingston Station, Kings County ; 1 c. 

11153. Ulysses Grant Banks'", b. April 1, 18S3. 
11158, Flora Belle Spimiey-', b. June 5, 1801. 

11154. Bertha Maude Spinney-', b. Dec. 9, 1803, 

11155. Ulysses Grant Spinney'', b. Jan, : d. May 13, 1"^65. 

11150. Edward Manning Spinney", b. 31arcli 14, 18G7. 

11157. ]\Iary Jajie Spinney', b. Jan. G, 1870, 

11158. Juli.a Etta Spinney-', b, April 25, 1872. 

11159. Helena Amanda Si)inney'-', b, Aug, 20, 1874. 

llKiO. Emily Jane Barteaux^ ]>, July 27, 1S41 ; m. May 12, 

1805, Ainsley Banks, b. Feb. 22, ls44; a farmer; residence, Trc- 

mont, Aylesford, Kings County ; 5 c. 

lllGl. Dolly Elizaberli Banks'-', b, Dec, 24, 1800 ; d. Sept, 9, 1870, 

11163. William Burton Banks", b. March 8, 1869, 

111G3. Charles liavelock Banks", b, Oct, 3, 1870. 

11104. Herman Douglas Banks", b. Dec.-5. 1873. 

11105. Abbie Ann Judson Banks", b. July 27, 1874. 

11100. James Mayxakd Bakteauxs, b. Dec. 4, 1814; m. Ajiril 
30, 1S(;;), Pesiah, daughter of William and Elizabeth (^Yambolt) 
Smith, b. May 9, 1 Sl4 ; a farmer; residence, New Ilarinony; 7 c. 



joiix wniT^rAX op^ WEVMOfTiJ. 761 

lllGI. Harvey Parker Barteanx', 1). Nov. 7. 187U. 

IIKW. Pariiey Elizabeth Barleaux'', b. Dee. l."i, 1S7'1 

lllfiif. Gertrude Matilda Barteaiix', b. Aug. C^, 187-1. 

11170. James Edgar Barteaux-'. b. June 1:3, 187(3. 

11171. Maynard Wlieeloek Barteaux''. b. Juup 9, 1878. 

11172. Victoria May Barteaux', b. :\lay 'Jl, 1880. 

11173. Arthur St. Clair Barteaux'', b. June 20, 1883. 

11174. LiciXDA .1. r.ARTJ:Ai-x\ ]). Sept. 17, IS-I.-); in. Jan. 13, 

1870, Charle.-? L., son of Lciuno] and Meliitable Nichol.-. b. July 28, 
18-19; a stair builder; residence, -IGo Soinerville ave., Sonierville ; 
1 c. 

11175. Eugene F. S. NiclioLs', 1). Oct. 23, 1870. 

11176. William P.uktox Barteaux'", b. 1849; m. March 23, 

1871, Man- Jane, daughter of John ^V. an<l Anna Alh'son, b. 1852 ; 
residence, 332 Soinerville ave., Sonierville ; 1 c. 

11177. Wenna Orra Barteaux-'. b. 1872. 

11178. Laleah SorHiA Barteaux'^, b Nov. 24, 1851; m. July 

31, 1872, ^Villiani Ahvard Shaw, b. Jan. 14. 1841; a shoemaker; 

residence, Meadowvale, Ainiai)olis County ; 5 e. 

11179. William Edward Shaw-', b. Sept. 1, 1873. 
IIISO. Cora Belle Shaw-', b. Jau. 10, 187G. 

11181. Annie rvlay Shaw-', j d. Ort. 10, 1877. 

[b. Sept. 10, 1877; 

11182. Edith Aladge Shaw-', ) 

11183. .Mabele Mandena Shaw-', b. Aug. 1. 1884. 



11184. 5. JoHX Wheelock', b. July 28, 1811; ra. 1. May 16, 
1838, Emily J. Dodge, b. Feb. 27, 1S15; d. July 28, 1882; m. 2. 
Oct. 7, 1883, Adelaide ^V. Cosgrove, b. June 18, 1831 ; residence, 
Ivingston, Kings County ; no issue. 

11185. 6. Abel Mayxaiu) ^Vheelock', b. Dec. 23, 1813; ra. 
1. Jan. 21, 1840, Eliza Wilkins, b. May 17, 1813; d. June 10, 1882; 
ni. 2. April 24, 18S3, Mrs. Elizabeth Cutten, widow of Beniah 
Mor.^ie'j b. Aug. 19, 1827; residence, Berwich, Kings County; no 
issue ; he has brought up five cliildren, four of whom, two boys and 
two girls, have grown up; the girls are both well married; one of 
the boys is a Baptist clergyman ; the other, a successful teacher. 

11186. 7. I^etitia Wiieelock', b. Jidy lo. 1816; m. Jan. 15, 
1834, James S])inney ; a farmei-; residence, T()rbrook ; 13 c. 

11187. Joseph W. Spixxey\ b. Jan. 17; d. Feb. 12, 1835. 

11188. Sarah M. SPIXXEY'^ b. Jan. 6, 183i;; ni. Jan. 16, 1855, 
I-^aac K.'', son of Jnmes'^ and ^^faria (Longlcy) Whitman, h. July 28, 
1833 ; residence, Marlboro, Mass.; G c, see line. 



702 THE DESCP^.NDANTS OF 

111S9. ]\JiTTiE S. S^INN^:Y^ !>. May 20, 183S : m. ^\a\ 3, 1855, 
Millcdo;e Armstrong, b. Nov. 10, 1885 ; residence, Bear liiver ; IJ c. 

11190. William Burton Armstrong'', b. Feb. 1, 1850; m. May 24, 1870. Eva 
Hoffman ; a carpenter ; residence, Bloomington, Annapolis Co., N. S. ; 
2 c. 

11191. Collis Byron Armstrong'", b. Jan. 31, 1880. 

11192. Wilberforce Lcroy Armstrong'", b. Nov. 28, 1882. 

11193. Aliel Wheclock Armstrong'', b. Sept. 22, 185,S : d. July, ISOO. 

11194. Abel AVhoelock Armstrong", b. Sept. 23, 18G0 ; d. 1877; killed by an 
accident. 

11195. Abbie Ann Armstrong^, b. Dec, 1861 ; unmarried. 

11196. Annie Bell Armstrong", b. 3Iay 31, 18(53; m. Feb. 19, 1882, Artlmr 
Chellis ; residence, Boston, Mass. ; address, 370 Washington st. ; no 
issue. 

11197. Letitia :^Iaria Armstrong^ b. :\ray, 18G5 ; d. 18G7. 
1119«. Jlilledge Crawley Armstrong'', b. July 0, 1809. 

11199. Sarah Maude Armstrong'^, b. Sept. 12, 1871 ; d. :March l."), 1876. 

11200. Minnie May Armstrong'-'. 

11201. Maggie Eliza Armstrong^ b. Ai)ril 12 ; d. April 20, 187-1. 

11203. Minnie Minton Armstrong'', b. July 22, 1879. 

11203. James Peleg Spinney^, b. April G, 1840; m. April 28, 
1862, Mary E. Armstrong-, b. Oct. IG, 1840 ; he is a professor of vc>ral 
and instrumental music ; residence, Wilmot. Annapolis County ; 4 c. 

11204. Winfred Cra%Yley Spinney', b. April 28, 1860. 
1120.5. Laura Vale Spinney", b. Aug. 7, 1809. 

11206. James W. Spinney'', b. April 17, 1871. 

11207. Brignoli DeWitt Spinney^ b. July 13, 1881. 

11208. William J. Spinney^ b. May 18, 1S42; m. March 27, 
1866, Mary L. Clark; residence, Wilmot, Annapolis County; 3 c. 

11209. Mary Letitia Spinney^ b. Sept. 18, 1872. 

11210. Maude B. Spinney^ b. May 23. 1874. 
11210a. Elmore W. Spinney', b. Aug. 3, 1877. 

11211. Joseph W. Spinney\ b. May 12, 1844; m. Ada Is'or- 
• thrup ; residence, Margaret ville ; G c, two dead ; names unknown. 

11212. Alexander M. Spixxey^ b. April 19 ; d. May 20, 184G. 

11213. Isaac B. Spixne\^^ b. July 25, 1847; m. Nellie Cope- 
laud; residence, Massachusetts; G c, names unlcnown. 

11214. Mary Jane Spinney^ b. June 22, 1849; m. 1. Charles 
Buskirk of Farmington, N. S. ; m. 2. Stephen C. .Rollins; residence, 
3 Ashland st., Boston, Mass. 

11215. Arthur M. Spinney^ b. Aug. 16, 1851; m. 1. April 
18, 1874, Ilettie S. Van Buskirk, b. Nov. 30, 1851 ; m. 2. Feb. 2, 
1884, SyBronter S. Wheelock, b. May 8, 1857; residence, Mead- 
owvale, Annapolis County; 4 c. 

11210. George Van Buskirk Spinney", b. :March 16. 1876. 

11217. Lamert Langille Spinney'', b. Dec. 24, 1882 ; d. Doc. 20, 1883. 



JOJIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 7G3 

llOlTa. Hattie Swain Hiiinney", b. April 10. 1885. 
1 12171). Mabel RolH-its Si.iuney-', b. Juiic 10, 1887. 

11218. Edward L. Spinney-, \ d. Ajml 30, 1859. 

Vb. Sept. 11, 1858; 

11219. Charles Ridley Spinney^, ) d. in infancy. 

11220. Abpje a. Spinneys, b. j^j.e u, 1S5G ; <1. April 10, 1859. 



11221. 8. MiiTiE Wheelock', b. July 15, ISIG; twin sister to 
above; m. Oct. 2<3, 1839, James P. Wiswell, b. Feb. 23, 1801: d. 
Feb. 28, 1878 ; a farmer; residence, Melvern Square, Wilmot ; 10 c. 

11222. Sekapii AViswell\ b. Aug 31, 1810; ni. Feb. 1, 1807, 

Joseph Baker ofMelvern Square, Wihnot, b. June 20, 1838 ; 5 c. 

11203. Joseph E. Baker', b. April 18, 1809. 

11324. Olive L. Baker', b. Aug. 30, 1870. 

11225. Maria :\L Baker', b. Nov. 21, 1872. 

11226. Laura M. Baker', b. Aug. 26, 18T4. 

11227. Maynard W. Baker^ b. Jan. 31, 1883. 

11228. Letitia :SL AViswell^ b. Xov. i, 1841; rn. Oct. 21, 
1872, George E. Messenger, b. Sept. 29, 1810; d. ]\[areh ^S, 1883; 
she resides So. Fanningtuu, Annapolis Oounty ; 1 c. 

11329. Alice T. Messenger', b. Sept. 17, 1874. 

11230. Laura E. Messenger^', b. March 36, 1877. 

11231. James N. Messenger-', b. June 39, 1879. 
11233. Aunie M. Messenger^ b. May 30. 1881. 

11233. Charles Wiswell^, b. April 7, 1813; d. Jan. 27, 1818. 

11231. Edwin G. Wis\VELL,n). April 7, 1815 : m. Jan. 10. 1871, 

Arabella Yan Buskirk ; a farmer ; residence, So. Farmington ; 3 c. 

11335. Eva M. Wis\vell% b. Feb. 13, 1878. 

11236. Arthur L. Wiswell-', b. April 13, 1880. 

11337. Mabel M. WiswelP. b. June 15 ; d. Sept. 23, 1883. 

11238. Eliza Wisweli/, b. Aj)i-il 2, 181:7; ni. Dec. 11, 1807, 

Samuel L. Tilley ; a farmei- ; residence, Salem, N. S. ; 5 c. 

11339. Harris Allison Tilley^ b. Aug. 7, 1809. 

11240. Frederick Arthur Tilley'-. b. Feb. 1, 1871. 

11341. Mary Sophia Tilley\ b. Oct. 31, 1873. 

11313. Fanny Harrison Ti]ley^ b. Juno 19, 1878. 

11343. Minnie Troop Tilley", b. Aug. 17, 1881. 

11211. Mary F. Wiswell^ b. Dec. 1, 1819 ; unmarried ; resi- 
dence, 7 Scaver .-t., Charlestown, JMass. 

11215. Charles I. WIs^\'ELL^ b. Sept. 23, 1851 ; m. Jan. 21, 
J8T1, Eunice Craig; a farmer; residence. So. Farmington; 2 c, 
both of whom d. in infancy. 

11216. John A. Wiswell-, b. Jan. 1, 1853 : unmarried. 



7G4 



THE DESCKXDAXTS OF 



1124T. Ahkl M.vYNAitn Wis\\'ell% h. March 10, 185(;; du Jan. 
10, 1S83, Xaonii Phiiiney; a tanner: residence, So. Fannington ; J c. 
11248. Muriel P. Wiswell', b. Nov. 1^9. 18s;5. 

llL^rlii. Isabella L. A\'l^well% h. .AFay 19, 1859; nnniamcd. 

11250. 9. EzEKiEL C'leveland Wiieelock', h. Oct. 3, ISlS; 
m. May 10, ^M2, Amy Elizahotli Dod'^t: h. March 5, 1821; d' 
Sept. 5, ISSo ; ho d. Sept. o, l8tJ(j ; 8 c. " 

11251. JIev. Isaac Robixsox Wheklock^, b. Jan. 21, 1818- 
m. Providence, i;. 1., June 13, 1872, Rosali.. Harvey Ilutciuns, b.' 
TaUalias-^ee, Phi.. JDec. 8, 1850; he graduated at Brown University, 
1869, Newton Theological Seminary, 1872. and was settled o\-cr 
Pleasant st. Baptist (Miurch, Worcester, Mass. ; 1875, accepted a 
call to the First JJaptist Church of Fitchburg, Mass., where he 
remahied till June 1, 1885, when ho accepted a call to tlie ."^lain st. 
Baptist Gliurch, Mei'lden. Ct. ; has been a constant contributor to 
denominational papers, ajid served on various boards, and commit- 
tees ; for the past ten yeai's has been a trustee of the Worcester 
Academy ; 1- c. 

lli?o2. Elmore Hayes Wlioelock'-', b. Julv 20, 1ST;J ; d. May 24, 1874 

11253. Merton Hayes Wheelock^ b. Feb. 15, ISTfi. 

11354. Ho^vard Bradford Wheelock'. b. Fel>. G. ls78. 

112o5. Rosalie Hutchins Wlioe]ock'\ b. June 24. 18S4 ; d. Aug. 5, 1888. 

11256. E-MMA Jaxe Wheelocrs, b. Sept. 21, 1811; m. E. 
Boston, Mass, Sept. 26, 1869, John W. Larr^'; b. Maine, April 19, 
1823 ; a farmer; residence, Sunnymede, Whitewood Station, K AV. 
Territory ; 3 c. 

11257. Charles Warren Larry». b. E. Boston, Nov. 7, 1872. 

11258. Edna W. Larry-, b. E. Boston, April 23, 1S74 ; d. Aug. 5, 18S8. 

11259. Jennie H. Larry^ b. St. Catharines,' Caiiada. Feb. 24, 1878. 

11260. Genevieve Wheelocks, b. Feb. 11, 1817; m. June S, 
188(i, John Maxwell Brown; a printer; residence, Boston, Mass.; 
no issue. 

11261. E.STELLA Wiieelock% b. July 21, 1850 ; d. -Tan. 21, 1852. 

11262. Edxa GiiAiiAM WHEELOCK^ b. Feb. 12,1853; m. Sept. 
23, 1873, Charles Litlier, b. May 15, 1850; an insurance agent : resi- 
dence, Boston ; 1 c. 

112G3. Charles Liiilur, Jr.', b. Aug. 4. 1874. 

11261. EowAKi. Staxley Wheelock^, b. Sept. 26, 1855; m. 
June 2, 1^80. Fanny Allen Houghton, b. Feb. 11, 1853; an insur- 
ance adjuster ; residence, Boston; 1 c. 
112G5. Howard Maxwell Wlieeloek-', b. Feb. 8, 1882. 



JOHN WJIIT.MAN OF WFA'MOUTJI. 705 

11200. LauPvFTTa TIavdkx AVhkki.ock^'*, b. March 20, 1S5S; m. 
Jail. 21, ISTS, Prof. Georuo William lUisli, I,. Marcli 1, 16:57; is 
the head of the IJlish School of Klociition at Ijostou ; 1 e. 
11207. Geor^etta Charupney Blisli-, b. Ol-I. 2u, ISSQ. 

112G8. Xessy AYheelock^ b. May 16; d. May 27, 1801. 

112G9. VJ. Ir.EXE Parker^ b. Nov. 27, 178:); m. Hugh 
Grimes, b. Dec. 25, 1775; slie d. Jan. IS, 1823; he d. 
Nov. 8, 18G0; 10 c. 

11270'. 1. Salome Grimes', h. Aug. 7, 1801 ; d. Oct. 2-1, 1816. 

11271. 2. SusAXXA Grimes', b. Oct. 14, 1803 ; m. 1824, John, 
son of increase and Mary (Calderwood) Leadbetter ; she d. Oct. 20, 
1S26; hod. Feb. 22, 1838; 1 c. 

11272. Susan Leadbetter ^ b. Feb. 17, 1825; m. :^[ay 22, 
1852, Zebulon Gardner, son of Pelep; and Flizabeth (Gardner) 
Murray, b. Dec. 25, 1826 ; residence, No. Brookfield, Queens 
County ; 3 c. 

11273. Emily S. Murray-', b. Not. 16. 1855 ; m. April 28, 1883, Simon DeLotig ; 
a merchant : residence, New Germany, Lnnenberg County. 

11274. Charles Murray^ b. Feb. 2. 1857 : unmarried. 

11275. Bessie V. Murray'', b. Dec. 2, 18(.i5 ; a teacher. 



11276. 3. AValter Grimes", b. Ishiy 29, 1806 ; d. Marcli 20, 1831. 

11277. 4. Nancy Grimes', b. xVug. 27, 1808 ; m. June 3, 1826, 
Jolm Gouchcr, b. Dec. 1, 1791; d. April 10, 1872; she d. July 25, 
1844 ; he was a blacksmith by trade, but after liis marriage pur- 
chased a farm at Nictaux and managed it througli his active life; 
he was fo)' many years a constable of the county ; 9 c. 

11278. Rev. Walter Grimes Gouciier^ b. April 6, 1827; m. 
Dec. 31, 1852, Sarah 1., eldest daughter of William and Irene 
Saunders, b. March 7, 1827; he was brought up on his fatlicr's 
farm ; at the age of seventeen, tlie death of his mother changed the 
current of his life ; he determined to procure an education and 
become a teacher; after pursuing that vocation for a few years he 
linally ado])ted the ministry as a profession, and the August after 
he became twenty-one preached his iirst sermon; a few years were 
spent at Acadia College, Wolfville, completing his education, since 
■^vhich he has been actively engaged in his calling, interrupted only 
Ijy a temporary trouble with his throat ; resideuce, ]\Iiddlcsex Vil- 
lage, Lowell ; 4 c. 



'W ^'^^ ». v^;-; -fiK 



760 



T}1E PESCENDANTS OF 



11284b. 
112S4C. 
11284.1. 
112S4e. 
11284f. 



11284'?. 



11279. Louisa Saundcr.s Gouchei'', b. Dec. G, 185:5 ; m. Feb. lo, ls.->7, Rev. 

N. C. Saunders, Pastor First Baptist Cluuch, Clielui.-^ford, Mass. 
112S0. Ida ilay Gouclier', b. April 2-3. 18r,rj. 
11381. Ouirles Wayland G()uch';'r'', b. July 1. 1S58 ; mate of tlie raercliant 

ship " Emily I\eed." 
11282. Grace :\r. Goucher', b. April 29, 1SG7. 

1J2S8. IIanxaii Irene Goucher^ !>. Dec. 4, 1S2)^ ; d. All<^^ 
27, ISSl ; innnarriod. 

11284. William E. Gol•CIIKR^ b. Dec. 20, 1S30 ; m. 1. July 4, 
1855, Phcebe Ann Swallow, b. Jan. 9, 1835; d. about 1SG5 ; m. 2. 
July 19, ISGO, Sappliire Acker; lie d. March 17, ISSO ; 10 c. 

11284a. Amanda Selma Gouchor', b. Marcli 14, 185G ; m. Samuel Robar ; 
residence, Meisners, N. S. ; 3 c. 

William Henry Robari", b. Aug. 14, 1877. 
Lalie Maud P.obar'^ b. Feb. 17, 1880. 
Angus Parker Robar'^ b. April 29, 1884. 
Anna Amelia Goucher', b. Sept. 29. 1857 ; d. May 9. 1^77. 
Debra Sapphire Gouclier', b. June 25, 18.59 ; m. Sej)!. 29, 1883, 
Thomas Chapman Hills, b. Jan. 21, 1854; a house painter; resi- 
dence, Ipsu-ich, Mass. ; 1 c. 

Walter Clayton Hills^", b. Dec. 11, 1885. 
1128411. William Albert Goucher^, b. April 20, 1861 ; d. Feb., 1602. 
112S4i. Mary Fayette Goucher', b. March 12, 1863. 
1128-lj. Mary Beatrice Goucher^ b. JMay 26, 1867. 
112S4k. George Albert Goucher'. b. April 22, 1869. 
112841. Lauretta Jane GouchorS b. Sept. 12, 1873. 
11284ra. James William Goucher^ b. July 2, 1875 ; d. Oct., 1878. 
11284n. Charlotte Irene Goucher'', b. Oct. 19, 1877. 

11285. Rev. John^ W. GoucIIER^ b. Oct. 10, 1832; ni. and 
resides in Portsmouth, Devon, England ; graduated Regent's Park 
College, but afterwards became an Episcopalian ; is said to have 
3 children. 

1128G. Charlotte Rebecca Goucher^ b. Sept. 5, 1834; m. 1. 
May 7, 1803, Amasa S.^, son of Edward Freeman^ and Diadaina 
(Saunders) Whitnum, b. Sept. 27, 1834; d. Jan. 6, 1873; m. 2. 
Peter Margersou ; residence, Lawrencetowm ; 2 c. 

11287. Lilla May^ b. March 3, 1864 ; d. March 28, 186G. 

11288. Ralpli G.^ b. Jan. 31, 1867 ; d. (was drowned) April 17, 1879. 

11289. James I. Goucher^ b. Atig. 7, 1836; m. Sept. 11, 1804, 
Elizabeth Durland ; 7 c. 

11290. Melissa Agnes Goucher", b. April 27, 1805. 

11291. James Xorman Gcuc]ler^ b. Sept. 20, 18G7. 

11292. Clara May Goucher", b. May 1, 1870. 

11293. ]\Ielbourne Parker Goucher', b. July 20, 1874. 

11294. Rachel Laura Gouciier^ b. Dec. 26, 1876. 

11295. Charles Wellington Goucher", b. Feb. 17, 1879. 

11296. Freeman Goucher", b. Aug. 11, 1881. 



joiix wniTMAx OF wp:ymoutii. 707 

11297. Maky a. Gouciier'', b. Feb. 24, 18:39; lu. Dec. 27, 
isGO, Silas, son of Tliomas Margorsou, b. June 10, 1 829 ; residence, 
j.awrencetown ; 4 c. 

IIOJIS. Ena Jane Murgersoir', b. May 18, 18G2. 

lf,^'Jl». Edna Lavinia Margerson^ b. June 8, 1865. 

11800. Jessie May Margerson^ b. Ai)ril ir,. ]S71. 

11301. Loran Frank Mal•g•erson^ b. Feb. 1, 1882 ; d. Dec. 23, 1883. 

11302. Pauker II. Gouciteu^ b. ^^ay 4, 1841 : ra. Feb. 3, 1805, 
Mary C, danghter of James and Abigail (Saundei'Sj Trask, b, 
Hebron, N. S., Dec. 10, 1839; a shoemaker; at jjreseut, employed 
at Tlaverliill, Mass.; bis family reside Hebron; 3 c. 
11.303. James T. Goucher", b. April 2, 1860. 
1130-1. Harry B. Gouelier-', b. Sept. 17, 1868; d. April 9, 1879, 
11305. Locke A. Goucher% b. Aug. 23, 1876. 

11300. Elias Gouchers, b. June 20; d. Aug. 27, 1844. 



1130T. 5. Irene Grimes-, b. Xov. 14, 1810; m. Dec. 3, 1829, 
Stephen, son of Allen and Hannah (Morse) Farke]-; a farmer; 
residence, Ilarbourville, Cornwallis County ; he d. jSTov. 22, 1881 ; 
11 c. 

11308. Susanna T. Parkers, b. Oct. 4, 1830 ; d. March 6, 1835. 

11309. Henry A. Parkers, b. j^^iy 24, 1832; m. 1859, Isabel! 
A., daughter of Clarke and Elizabeth (Banks) Felch, b. 1830; a 
farmer; residence, Torbrook, Annapolis County, where he d. Dee. 
2, 1882 ; 4 c. 

11310. AVilliam C. Parker', b. Feb. 4, 1861 : m. June 13, 1883, Mary Euphemia, 
daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah Ann (Baker) Parker, b. Aug. 23, 
1858 ; a teacher ; present residence, Weymouth, Digby County : 1 c. 

11311. Grace Parker"\ b. ]March 23, 1884. 

11312. James H. Parker'-, b. July 20, 1863 ; unmarried ; a clerk ; residence, 
Torbrook. 

11313. Millodge A. Parker', b. April 16. 1867. 

11314. Sarah E. Parker', b. March o, 1809. 

11315. Daniel B. Parker^ b. July 9, 1834 ; d. March 22, 1835. 

11316. Benjamin D. Parker*^, b. Feb. 19, 1830; m. Sept. 5, 
1801, F. Smith; a merchant; residence, Ilarbourville; 4 c. 

11317. Anna F. Parker-', b. June 10, 1802; m. March 29, 1882. David II. Slo- 
comb ; 1 c. 

11318. Freeman Parker Slocomb^", b. April 13, 1884. 

11319. Fred. H. Parker", b. Dec. 28, 18C3. 

11320. Sophia J. Parker'', b. Dec. 15. 1880. 

11321. Boyd D. Parker', b. Dec. 6, 1883. 

11322. MiLLEDGE C. Parkers, b. March 20,1838; d. July 13, 
1805. 



768 TiiK i)Escp;xr)AX- 



OF 



11323. Su.-ANXA IL rARk-KR', 1). April 13, ISIO; m. Juno ], 
1859, J.'iine>^ >y'orilin;)p; a fanner and taimcr; residence, Jlarhoui'- 
villc ; 4 c. 

113'24. Fk-tcJior II. Nortlirop''. b. 3larch, 18(31: in. Nov. 29, 18S0, Burl>;ira 

Sutheilauil ; 1 c. 
11335. Ft'iiella Novthrupi". b. July, 1881. 

11326. Tlioorlore H. Noialii-o])'. b. July, 1807. 

11327. ■\ViIburT. Xorthi-oiV. b. April,' 1874. 

11328. Linda Z. X.-rthrop', b. An--., 1879. 

11329. Kvi:line A. Parkers, b. Aug-. 4, 1S12 ; m. Feb. 11, 
1863, Jaiiie.- E. Uaker; a fanner; residence, Margaretville, X. S. ; 
she d. May 23, 1870 ; lie lias since married : 2 c. 

11330. Milledge O. Bakery b. Aug. 29, 1865. 

11331. Elden B. Baker*, b. Sept. 2, 1869. 

11332. Apa E. Parker^ b. Dec. 2, 1845 ; ni. 1. Oct. 17, 18G2, 
Stephen Clark ; he d. after a few years and she m. 2. Albert 
Do\raie ; residence, Maruaretville ; 1 c. 
11333. Laura A. Clark^ b. July 29, 1863. 

1133-1, Clara S. Parkers, b. Sept. 21, 18-48; m. March 1, 
1865, Judson T. Downie; a farmer; residence, Maro-aretville ; she 
d. June 3, 1808 ; he has since married ; no issue. 

11335. Mary M. Pap.kers, b. I^ov. 20, 1851; m. Aug. 27, 
1878, William Howell ; a farmer ; residence, Woodlawu, ]S!'. S. ; 2 c. 

11336. Jennie I. IlovreU', b. June 9, 1880. 

11337. Eva C. Howell'', b. June 7, 1883. 

11338. Emma S. Parker^ b. Feb. 20, 1853; d. Dec. 29, 1867. 

11339. 0. Wellington Grimes", b. Feb. 24, 1813 ; m. 1. Feb, 
22, 1839, Eliza Morton, b. Jan. 22, 1815; d. Jan. 22, 1880; m. 2. 
Ang. 11, J 880, Anna Emmons; residence, Middlefield, X. S. ; 9 c, 
five now living. 

11340. Thomas Grimes^ b. Jan. 5; d. Dec. 24, 1840. 

11341. Phebe Grimess, b. Jan. 16, 1842; m. March 15, 1860, 

Edward, son of John and Hannah (Coops) Arnrray, b. Milton, N. S., 

March 5, 1825; residence, Li\'erpool ; 10 c. 

11343. Alice Murray^ b. March 16, 1861 ; ni. Dec. 29, 1880, William McCloud ; 
residence, Liverpool ; 2 c. 

11343. Tlu)uaas McCloud'^ b. Nov. 22, 1881. 

11344. diaries McCloud"', b. Nov. 2. 1882. 

11345. Elizabeth Murray'', b. Dec. 10, 1862 ; d. Jan. 9, 1873. 

11346. Emma MuI•ray■^ b. June 17, 1865 ; d. July 28, 1871. 

11347. Geoigianua Murray^ b. Sept. 1, 18G6 ; m. Aug. 6, 1882, John Lavender : 
residence, Liverpool ; 1 c. 

11348. Charles Alfred Lavender"', b. Aug. 3, 1883. 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 7^9 

11310. William A. Mun•ay^ b. April 1, 1870. 

113"')0. Anna 3^ul•ray^ b. Ajn-il 13, 1!S72 ; d. March 13, 1874. 

IVS'A. Augustus 3Iurray', b. Auu:. 2~>, ]s74. 

n3.")2. Anne Murray^ b. June 3, 1878 ; d. July 15, 1879. 

113j3. Edith Murray'', ^ 

11354. Aiiue Murray ', \^- ^'^'^- '^'^' ^^^l- 

]1355. Walter Grimess, h. Aug. 24, 1848; m. Feb. 19, 1870, 
Mary Atwcll, dau^'Iiter of Jeliial Dunning-, 1,. April 25, isil: he 
(i. July 10, 1875; his widow resides Maple Kainds, Clinton Co 
Mich.; 2c. 

11356. Hope Eliza G^■nlc.s^ b, July 4, 1871. 

11357. Scott Alviu Grimes-', b. June 0, 1873. 

11358. Matilda Grimes^, b. May 28, 1845; m. Oct. 4, 18fi2, 
Augustus Freeujan, b. 1838 ; d. Nov. 24, 1883 ; she d. April 20,' 
1883 ; residence, Milton, Queens County; 8 c. 

11359. James Wilson Freeman^ b. April 24, 1863; residence, Driftwood, 
Cornwallis County. 

11360. Elias Grimes Freeman-, b. Feb. V'\ 1866. 

11361. Andrew Freeman^, b. April 16, 1868. 
11863. Ambrose Freeman-, b. Aug. 10. 1870. 

11363. Alvin Freeman-', b. Dee. 10, 1875. 

11364. Ellen Freeman-, b. Jan. 31, 1878. 

11365. Eliza Freeman^, b. March 23, 1880. 

11366. Wellington Freeman^ b. Nov. 8, 1882. 

113(37. Emeline Grimess, b. Sept. 3, 1847; m. Sept. 25, 1874, 
Thomas, sou of Thomas and Catharine (Hayes) Miles, b. April 22^ 
1830; residence, Middlelield, N. S. ; 2 c. 

113G8. Jennie Lee Miles^ b. Oct. 12, 1875. 
11369. Howard Linton Miles", b. Feb. 13, 1884. 

11370. JoHx Grimess, b. July 30, 1849 ; d. Michigan, May 17 
187G. ^ 5 J . 

11371. Gilbert Grimess, b. May 14, 1852 ; d. March 4, 1850. 

11372. Wellixgtox Grimes, Jr.s, b. Oct. 7, 1854; m. Oct. 10, 
1883, Ellen, daughter of Capt. George and Caroline Grosser, h. 
Jsov. 8, 1861; a carpenter; residence, Minneapolis, Minn.; no 
issue. 

11373. Ami3R0.se Grimess, b. Xov. 12, 1856; unmarried; at 
home. 



11374. 7. Elias Grimes', b. Feb. 17, 1815; m. Afarch 14, 1837, 
Cynthia Payson, b. Oct. 17,1818; residence, Lawrence, Mass. ; 11 
P-, all residing in Massachusetts. 
49 



Y70 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

11875. CoiJDELJA Gkimess, ]). J)cc. 17, I8;''.7; m. ]\[arcli 11, 
1850, Aiiiari.ili J., son uf Sydney and Lsubi-llc (Morse) Wclton, b. 
]\rarcli 21, l^j;'.>; a farmer; residence, Lawrence; tl c. 

11376. Avar<l L. Weltoiv', b. Aylcyford, N. S., May If), LSGO ; m. Lawrencf?. 
Dec. 28, 1881, Lilly Eklridge ; residence, :\I(n]ieucij, Mass. ; 3 c. 

11876a. Floi-fuce E. Welton"\ 1>. April 10, 18.S"). 
11.376b. Alton Roy Weltou' ". b. March 11. 18^6. 

11377. Muiy A. \\'eltoii ', b. Ayle.^ford, June 22. i^iV2 : d. Wilinot, N. S., May 
4, 18M. 

11378. Cluulor. 11. \Velton% b. Aylesford, Nov. ID. 1863 ; m. Lawrence, Nov. 
19. 1881, Isabella Emerson ; residence, N. Y. City : no issue. 

11379. Carlton A. Welton', b. Wilmot, Dec. 30, 1867. 

11380. Eva C. Wellon\ b. Aylesford, May 81, 1878. 

11381. Burpee Garlield Weltou', b. Lawrence, Sept. 29, 1880. 

11382. Albert L. Giumess, b. March 3<), JSIO; nnmarried. 

11383. Guy Carlton Grimks^ b. Jan. 17, 1812; m. Julv 21, 
1865, May A. Woodbury; he d. May 7, 1873 ; 1 c. 

11384. Elias E. Grimes\ b. Lawrence, Sept. 13, 186G. 

11385. Loretta G. Grimes^ b. Dee. G, 1813 ; d. Dec. 26, 1863. 

11386. Emma Jane Grimess, ]). Dec. 6, 1815 ; m. Aug. 30, 1866, 
Moses E. Woodbury; a merchant; residence, J/ivi-rence ; 5 c. 
113S7. Edith Maude Woodhnry'', b. July 3i), 1869. 

11388. Blanche Eveline Woodbury^, b. March 17. 1871. 

11389. Ernest AY. AVoodbury'\ b. Feb., 1873; d. May, 1874. 

11390. William S:tuford ^Yoodbury^ b. May 24, 187'5. 

11391. Mabel Woodbury-', b. March 24, 1880 ; d. ^U\y 23, 1884. 

11392. J. W. J011N.SON Grimes^, b. Oct. 20, 1817; d. Aiio-. 28, 
1860. 

11393. Ingram H. Grimes^, b. Oct. 29, 1819 ; d. April 21, 1859. 

11394. Elias Payson Grimes^, b. Sept. 8, 1852; d. Oct. 12, 
1860. 

11395. Cynthia Polina Grimes^ b. Jan. 26, 1856; d. Jan. 
17, 1865. 

11396. Sfurgeon A. Grimes'', b. Jan. 5, 1859; unmarried. 

11397. Elias P. Grimes^ b. March 3, 1861 ; m. Dec. 17, 1883, 
Cornelia Ilarrington ; engaged in Unnber trade in Maine. 



11398. 8. Israel Grimes', b. Sept. 11, 1817: d. Feb. 18, 3 819. 

11399. 9. John Gimmes", b. Sept. IS, 1819; m. Charlotte Gates; 
lie d. April 10, 1866 ; he had 3 daughters, all dead ; two married 
and left families, one leaving four, the other, three children. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 771 

n400. 10. Ohahlo'jti-: Salo:>ik Gimmes', 1). April 28, 1822; in. 
j\I;irch 2, 1841, Guilfoi'd CJiarlcs iJrowii, h. Wilinot. Annapolis 
Co., K S., May 4, IS] 7; she d. E. Ilanij)ton, Me., Dec. 2S, 1S('4; 
lie ui. 2. May 14, ISnS. Mv.s. Maria 13. (Ellis) Joy; rec^idence, 196 
Uroadway, La^\•rence, ]\Iass. ; 5 c. 

11401. John LE>rL-EL Jiiiowx^, b. Dec. 17, 1841; m. Dec. 8, 
1800, kSarali Jane Tliornc of Wiluiot ; i-esidence, Hebron, X. S. ; 2 c- 

11105. Cora Nettie Bro\vn-. b. 'Slay 1."). 18G9. 
11103. Cliarlotle ^laria Ennvn-'. b. Aug. '20. 18?."). 

11404. IIahihet LiENE Djjown', b. Oct. 25, 1843; m. Levant, 
Me., An^l,^ 28, 1802, Geo]-o-e Fratdvlin Wani;h ; she d. Dec. 20, 
1803 ; 1 c. 

1U05. Harriet Irene Wauglr', b. Nov. 2-2, 1863. 

11400. (yHAHLES GuiLFOK!) I'lJOWN"^, b, July 11, 1845; unmar- 
ried ; when last heard fi'oni was residing at Xorway, Me. 

11407. Geoege Wheelock Bhown^ b. A])ril 18, 1847; m. 
Delia B. Dorcy ; residence, Gardiner, ]\Ie. 

11408. Zevhamah Bi:own\ b. ifarch 10, 1840 ; d. Jan. 10, 1805. 



11409. VIT. MiTTiE pAiiKER'\b. 1788; m. John Wlieel- 
ock ;. residence, Nictaux, N. S., whei'e he d. July .14, 1845, 
aged 78; she d. April 21, ISGo, aged 75; no issue. 

11410. VIII. Love Fki Parker'"', b. March 7, 1790; m. 
1. Feb. 1, 1808, Capt. Beriah Bent, b. Annapolis, X. S., 
Feb. 11, 1788; a sea captain, residing at Nictaux; he 
sailed on a voyage, Nov. 1, 1820, and was never heard 
from; m. 2. Sept. 1, 1828, Simeon Freeman, b. March, 
17G2; d. Ju]ie 13, 1847; residence, Milton; she d. xVpril, 
183G ; 6 c. 

11411. 1. Harriet Bent', b. Dec. 29, ISOO; ra. Feb. 13, 1827, 
William, son of Jolm and Harriet (J^)ancroft) Starrat, b. June 10, 
1^03; d. Jan. 8, 1885; she d. May 0, 1847; he m. 2. Eliza Jane 
Baton ; 4 c. 

11412. Beimati Bent Staj;rat^ b. Feb. 18, 182S ; m. Dec. 
25, 1850, Christianna (ieorgianua Sherman, b. June 10, 1828; a 
sea captain ; he d. of yellow fever in the AV^cst Indies, Jmie 3, 1853 ; 
she resides Boston ; 2 c. 



■n2 THE DESCKNIWNTS OF 

11413. ^Villiani B.-iit Starrar, b. Oct. 14. 18r,l : a meniher of tli.' Bostun 
pjlectrie Protective Association ; residence, 5 Albion st., Boston ; 
iiiimarried. 

11414. Harriet Klizabeth Starrat", b. April 30. 1S"»3 ; m. Nov. V2, l^TS. Harry 
William Klay.s, 1). Sacramento. IS'il ; a book-keeper; residence. Sac- 
ramento ; they wert- divon-od, June 2;*. 18S5 ; she resides Sacramento ; 
1 c. • 

11415. Harry Grove KIays'^ b. Jan. 1, 18^\). 

11410. Sr.SAX Elizabeth Stakil\T'\, b. Dec. 1, 1S32; m. 
Marcli 9, 1S53. James Frederick SkcM-rve, b, Oct. 20, iSiiS ; d. 
April 15, ISOO; an edo-e-tool iiianufaeturcr ; received medals at 
World's Fair, Dubiin, and tlie Paris E.\])osition of 1S06 ; slie resides 
Waltham, .Ahiss. ; 7 c. 

11417. Charles Allen Ske^rye^ b. Feb. 19, 1854; m. Dec. 25, 1882, Leora, 
davighier of Benjamin and Elizabetli (Basford) Allen, b. Augusta, 
Mo., April 19, lSo5 ; an engineer : residence, Dorchester ; 1 c. 

11418. Eva E. Skerrye^o, b. March 0, 1SS6. 

11419. Ella Russell Skerrye-', b. Jan. 31, 185G ; m. Sept. 13, 1881, J. Herbert, 
son of John P. and Eliza (Hoyt) Neal, b. Xos-. 13, 1859 ; a mechanical 
drauglitsman ; residence, Waltham : 2 c. 

11420. Zaida Whitney XeaP", b. June 21, 1883. 

11421. Chester Clark Xeal"', b. Jan. 25, 1885. 

11423. Alice May Skerrye', b. ^vlay 14, 1858 ; d. April 11. 1879. 

11423. Annie Estella Skerrye^ b. Feb. 8. 1860; m. Jan. 1, 1880, Albert G., 
son of James P. and Lucinetta (Jenness) Barber, b. Aug. 16, 1858 ; an 
oculist ; residence, Waltham ; 2 c. 

11424. Frederick Artluir Barber'o. b. Dec. 1, 1880. 

11425. Eajnnond Jenness Barber^", b. Aug. 12, 1884. 

11426. William Frederick Skerrye^, b. Oct. 31. 1862 ; unmarried ; expects to 
enter Oberlln College. 1888, to prepare for the ministry. 

11427. Henry Campbell Skerrye^ b. March 4, 1864 ; d. May 28, 1880. 

11428. Artliur Higgins Skerrye'*, b. Oct., 1865 ; d. April 4, 1868. 

11420. Capt. Willia:*! Allex Staekat^ b. Jan. 30, 1S35 ; 
m. July 2, 1807, Annie, dani^-liter of Jolm and Janet (Holmes) 
Yeats, b. Paisley, Scotland ; was for twenty years an officer in the 
British India Steam 2savigation Co. ; has retired from their service 
and now resides Fresno City, Cal. ; 4 c. 

11430. William Beriah Starrat^, b. Oct. 31, 1868 ; d. June 21, 1871. 

11431. W^illiam Beriah Starrat^, b. Feb. 24. 1872. 

11432. Jessie Annie Starrat", b. July 10, 1874. 

11433. John Eobert Starrat*, b. March 25, 1880. 

11434. JIakhiet Sophia STAKRAT^ b. June 23, 1842; d. March 
9, 1843. 



11435. 2. Chaelotte Bext^, b. Dec. 22, 1811 ; d. June 20, 1822. 
11430. 3. Maey Eliza Bext^ b. May 24, 1814 ; m. Nov. 20, 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WP:y.N[OUTH. 773 

\s:)?,, Allan Tu])pei- Frecinan, 1). May 8, liJOS; d. De-c. 13, 1859; 

nsldciice, Milktn, Queens C"o., N. S., where slie d. Aug;. 3, 1855 ; 9 c. 

11-137. AViLLiAM IjEfhau FREKjrAN'', b. Sejit. 27, 1834- ; m. Dec. 

1?1, lS(jS, M-dvy E. Grouse; a surveyoi'; residence, JJridgewater, 

X. S. ; 7 c. 

11488. Naomi E. Fl•ceman^ b. Jan. 18. 1870. 

1M39. John A. F^eeman^ b. Jan. 30. 1871. 

11440. Kenneth Freeman', b. Feb. 34, 1873. 

11-141. William Bent Freeman', b. May 2, 1874. 

11443. Lettie L. Freeman^ b. April 5, 1S7G. 

11443. Pearl Freeman'', b. An-. 39, 1878 : d. 3Iay 3, 1881. 

114-14. Valeria M. Freeman', b. May VJ, 1883. 

11445. Allan Tuppeu F}<KE^[AN^ b. May 10. 1837 ; m. 1. Xov. 
17, 18G5, Ellen, dangliter of Thomas and Dorcas (Prentice) Knowles ; 
d. Oct. 5, 1871 ; rn. 2. dune 12, 1872, I'^llinor, daughter of Enos 
and Ellen Lock ; a hitnbernian ; residence, ^Milton ; 5 c. 

11446. Edith Freeman^ b. Due. 11, 1870; d. Feb. 30, 1873. 

11447. Ellen Freeman^ b. May 13. 1873. 

11448. Mary Bent Freeman^ b. Dec. 31, 1874. 

11449. Churchill L.-ck Frecman^ b. Feb. 10, 187G. 

11450. Austin Flempton Freeman^, b. Jan. 3, 1S78. 

11-151. Edward IIiilam Feeeman''', b. Jan. 10, 1839; m. Dec. 

9, 18G2, Annie M. Miles; a merchant; residence, Mill Village, 

Nvhere he d. Fel). 7, 183G; 11 c. 

11453. Ambrose B. Freeman^, b. April 13, 1803; m. July 81, 1886. Lavinia, 
daughter of Smith and Margai'et McK innie of Charleston ; a sur^'eyor. 

11453. Nelson P. Freenian'% b. July 34, 1804. 

11454. Ingram W. Freemau^ b. March 37, 180G ; m. Oct. 13, 1885, Clara B., 
daughter of Bernard and Louisa McKinnie of Charleston ; a lumber- 
man ; 1 c. 

11454a. May Lea Freeman^", b. March 39, 1887. 

11455. Judson 11. Freenlan^ b. Feb. 5, 1869. 

1145G. . Henry A. Freeman-', b. Marcli 17, 1870 ; d. Aug. 3, 1873. 

11457. Mary E. FrPenian\ b. July 29, 1871. 

11458. Hngli B. Freeman^ b. March 2, 1873. 

11459. Annie I. Freeman'^ b. June 28, 1874. • 

11460. Allan T. Freeman^, b. July 13, 1876. 
li-lGl. Burnie A. Freeman', b. July 14, 1879. 
114G3. Edward H. Freeman-\ b. Oct. 31. 1881. 

11-463. EuPEKT Alexander Fkeeman^^, b. Dec. 25, 1841 ; un- 
married; residence, Milton. 

114G4. Mary Emma Freeman^ b. May, 1842; m. Feb. 5, 1861, 
AVilliani IJnnt; a farmer; residence, Greenfield, X. S. ; 8 c. 
11465. Bessie M. Hunt\ b. Atarcli 17, 1^*63 : m. Aug. 31. 1883, Stewart ^L. son 
of Absalom and Lucy Wile; a farmer; residence, Framingliam Cen- 
tre, :\lass. ; 1 c. 
114CG. William Hunt V/ile'», b. July 1, 1884. 



77-i THE DESCENDANTS OF 

114G7. William A. lTuiit\ h. April 20. l^^m. 

114G8. KuixTt F. Hunt", b. i^vpt. 9, ISGT. 

114ii9. :\rorris S. Hiint-\ b. :»Iay 11, ISTl. 

11471). Clava E. llinil', b. May 10, lb73. 

11471. Miivlaml lUmt". l;. July 27. 187'). 

11472. Hush P. Hunt\ b. Jiinr- 2. Ib77. 
1147^3. Fannie V. Hunt", b. Jan. 11, 1879. 

11174. ILvKitiET llEXT Fueeman', 1). Sept., isl.-i: m. ])ec. 18, 
lt)Oo, Saiiuiel 11 nut, son of j^atliaiMo] and Jane (limit) Fiveiiian ; 
residence, Greentield, X. S., wlicre .•^lie d. April 20, ISTl ; lie ni. 2. 
Sept. 0, 1873, Sarali Ivobart; residence, Greenfield; 1 e. 

11475. Josephine Freeman^ b. June 17. 18G8, 

11-476. MapvIa Elizabeth Freemaxs, b. April 27, 1850; ni. 
Oct. 21, 1870, Uriah Slianklc ; re:^idenee, Catharine's River; 5 e 

11477. Ellon F. Shankle^, b. Jan. 20, 1871. 

11478. Bessie Mildred Sllankle^ b. July 24, 1875. 

11479. Judson Shankle% b. Dec. IE 1877. 

11480. Cordelia M. Sllankle^ b. Jan. 13, 1881. 

11481. ]\Iary Eliza Sliankle\ b. Dec. 8, 18S4. 

11482. Cynthia Cordelia Fkeeman^, b. Feb, 1, 1851 ; m. 
Nov. 20, 1873, Enos. son of "William A. and Alary Eliza Kenipton ; 
residence, ]\Iilton ; 2 c. 

11483. George William Kenipton% b. March 4. 1874. 
.11484. Harry Locke KenipTon'\ b. July 14, 1876. 

11485. Clara M. FI^EEMAN^ b. Feb. 24, 1854; m. June 7, 
1876, Arthur, son of Samuel D. and Hope (Murray) Kemp")ton ; a 
lumber planer; residence, Aithen, Mimi. ; 1 c. 
11486. Jessie Kempton^, b. Osborn. Mo., ^Vlarch 5, 1878. 



11487. 4. William Allan P.ent', b. 1817: d. nnmarried, 1843. 

11488. 5. Salome Bent*, b. Sept. 17, 1819; d. Aug. 13, 1822. 

11489. 6. Joseph Bent Freeman', b. Sept. 10, 1829; m. Jnne 
18, 1856, Mary Eliza Dexter; he owns a hotel at Milton, Queens 
Co., IN\ S. ; 10 c. 

11490. William Bent Freeman s, b. April 12, 1857 ; m. June 8, 
1887, Bessie Porter ; a commercial traveler ; residence, Halifax ; 1 c. 
11490a. Robert Porter Freeulan^ b. July 6, 1888. 

11491. Arthur Sidney Freeman^ b. March 5, 1859 ; m. Xov. 
13, 1884, Mimiio Galpin ; a carriage maker; residence, 60 Beach 
St., B>ridgeport, Ct. 

11492. Emily Kempton Freeman s, b. Feb. 4, 1861 ; unmarried. 



JOnX WIllTMAN OB^ WEYMOUTH. . i •) 

11493. Harold Stanley Fukemax^^, b. Feb. 25, 1SG3; in. 
Aui;'. 11, ISSS, Emma yeaiuitn ; a carpenter; residence, Xewton 
lliglilands, :\rass. 

111:91:. Edward HuiAM Fkeeman^, b. Jan. 20, 1805 ; residence, 
"5'ai'moiilli. 

11495. KAiiL FREE^rAN^, b. ]May 30, 18(37; a carjxmter; resi- 
dence, W. .Newton, Mass. 

11496. Albert Kemfton Freemax^^ b. Feb. 10, 1809. 

11497. Erxest Morse Freemax^, b. Auix- 11, 1871. 

11498. Maggie Millar Freemax^, b. Sept. 12, 1872. 

11499. AxxiE Louise Freemax^, b. A})nl 17,1879; d June 
27, 1884. 

11500. IX. Charlotte Parkek^ b. Dec. 26, 17i:)2 ; m. 
Dec. 16, 1819, Dea. Zohetli, son of Peleg Freeman, b. 
Jan. 14, 1794; d. Jan. 13, 1848 ; (lie had m. June 4, 1810, 
Rebecca, daughter of Curtis Kempton, b. Aug. 4, 1797, 
by whom he had Hannah Freeman, b. Nov. 20, 1818;) 
tliey settled at Xo. Brookfield, X. S. ; he was a leading 
and inilucntial citizen of tliat town, and deacon of tlie 
Baptist Cluirch from the time of its formation ; she d. Sept. 
9, 1863; 8 c, all b. Brookfield. 



11501. 1. JlEV. David Freemax^, h. Xov. 18, 1820; u\. Sept. 
27, 1857, Annie E., daugliter of Abel and Susan Parkei-, b. Xov. 1, 
1832 ; d. Citra, Florida, Xov. 20, 1884, where slie had gone for her 
health; he graduated Acadia College, June, 1850; from Xewton 
Tlieological Seminary, Xewton, Mass., June, 1853 ; was ordained 
over the First Baptist Church, Halifax, X. S., Aug. 1, 1855, re- 
maining there till May 20, 1801, when he was called to the Baptist 
Church at Canning, X. S., where he still resides; 5 c. 

11502. Ellex Maude Freemax-, b. June 7,1800; grathiated 
Wellesley College, ]\Lass., and for past two years has been precep- 
tress of the female de])artment of the Baptist Academy at St. John, 
iS<. B. ; unmanned. 

11503. Zexas p. Freemax', b. Aug 27, 1802. 

11504. William H. Freemax*^, b. Feb. 2, 1805; d. Dec. 10 
1807. 



'J-»-^-Mwwi»3l i;»^ 



77G THE DESCENDANTS OF 

11505. David P. FKEEMAN^ 1). Aj^ril 18; d Dec. 1, 18^7. 

11506. Chakles Bradfoju) Fkee.man'', b. Dee. 29, 1S69. 



11507. 2. ItEBECCA Freeman", b. Sept. 20, FS22; m. May 3<i, 
1841, Lndowick Suiitli Moritie; a farmer; rcsidenee, Cambridge, 
ConiM-allis County, wliere slie d. 18S1 ; 11 e. 

11 508. Charlotte Mohine^ b. April 11, 3812; m. Xov. ]<, 
1874, Leander lluortis of TnlKet, Yarmouth County; slie d. Dee 
7, 1875. 

11509. Susan ^[orine-, b. Port Medway, N. S., April 4, 1S44 ; 
m. ^\-)rthtield. iS. S., Mareli 20, 1802, Josiali liaydeii, son of Pelei,^ 
and Elizabetli (Minard) Pinger, b. Xortbfie.ld, May 2, 1841 ; a 
farmer; residing at Xortbtield till 1872, when be removed to 
Cambridge, ^Slass. ; is now a salesman in the lumber yard of X. X. 
Starkey ; residence, Cambridge ; 4 c, b. Xorthfleld. 

ll.jlO. Richard ]\rmaTd Panger'\ b. May 11, 1863 ; d. Sopt., 18(35. 

11511. Flora EUen Ringer', b. July 16, 1865. 

11512. Keunetli CIa)-e Ringer', b. Oct. 7, 1868 : d. Marcli 11, 1883. 

11513. Thomas Keilor Franklin Ringer'', b. Dec. 27, 1870. 

11514. Arabella Morine^ b. June 8, 181G; ra. June, 1S72. 
George Hart ; residence, Lynn, Mass. ; no issue. 

11515. Harriet Morine-, b. March 24, 1848 ; m. Dec. 22, 
180C), Samuel F. Dinger, b. Xorthfield, Sept. 6, 1S39; bi'otlier of 
Josiah li. ; a farmer; residence, Xorthfield, Queens County; 6 c., 
b. Xorthfield. 

11516. Clara Maude Ringer^ b. May 31. 186S. 

11517. Elijah .Minard Ringer', b. Oct. 6, 1870. 

11518. Angus Boardman Ringer', b. 31ay 29, 1872. 

11519. Grace Bell Ringer^ b. June 20. 1876. 

11520. Maurice Eugene Ringer', b. July 15, 1878. 

11521. Mary Etta Ringer', b. June 23, 1882. 

11522. Hiram Parker Morine'^, b. June 8, 1850; d. April 8, 
1852. 

11523. Thomas A. Morine'^, b. July 26, 1852 ; d. Feb. 28, 1866. 

11524. Cynthia Morine^ b. Dec. 0, 1854; m. Dec, 1872, Cor- 
nelius W. Walls ; a manufacturer of architectural iron work ; resi- 
dence, Worcester, Mass. ; 1 c. 

11525. Emma Walls'', b. May 6, 1882. 

11526. Hannah ^[aria Morine^, b. Feb. 1, 1859; d. June 11. 
1861). 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 777 

11527. William Stanley Morine^, b. Alarcli 25, 18G0 ; un- 
iiKirried; residence, W'^oi'ee.ster. 

11528. Marietta AForixe^ b. April 0, 18(;-2 ; d. Feb. IG, 1806. 
1 152lt. Frank Elmer .^^oRIXE^ b. Aug-. S, 1805 ; d. Fel). 8, 18GG. 



11530. 3. Elizabeth C. Freeman', b. Xor. 19, 1824 ; m. June 
2'.'. 1848, Samuel D. jlinard ; a farmer; residence, Kempt, Queens 
Connt J ; G c. 

11531. Zoheth F. Minari)^ b. ]\Iay 24, 1849; umnarried ; at 
home. 

11582. Alice Minard^ b. Dec. 12, 1852; m. Jidv 29, 1874:, 
Kev. George Aaron, smi of Charles I), and Margaret (Fitcli) Cleve- 
land, b. Clarence, Ap]-il 2, 1854:; he received a common school 
education, and wlien of siitiicient age entered upon a career as a 
teacher, lasting some cloven years; in 1S77 he began to ]:>reach and 
held the pastorate of the Baptist Church at Brooktield, X. S., from 
Jan., ISSO-Aug., 1881; he entered the Theological Scminarv at 
Newton, Mass., Sept., 18S1 ; graduated June, 1885; residence, 
Melrose, Mass. ; 4- c. 

11533. Roy S. Cleveland ■\ b. May 8, 1875. 

11534. Frederick :\r. Cleveland\ b. Dec. 5. 1876. 
11585, Fanny ClevelandS b. Aug., 1878. 
1153G. George Cleveland\ b. July, ISSO. 

11537. Frederick S. Minard-, b, March 12, 1854; d. Aug. 17, 
1873. 

11538. Syretha Minards, b. Feb. 29, 185G ; m. E. Freeman of 
Oharlestown, Mass. 

11539. Zenas Minart)5, b. April 20, 1858; d. April 1, 18G7. 

11540. Abbie E. Minards, b. Sept. IS, 18G3 ; d. March 15, 18G7. 



11511. 4-. Salome Freeman', b. Feb. 23, 1827; rn. Dec. 18, 
1859, Isaac Shaw ; a farmer ; residence, Berwick, Kings County ; G c. 

11512. Sidney Ellsworth Shaw^, b. April 13, ISGl; d. Feb. 
G, 18G2. 

11543. Mark Bailey Shaws, b. Xov. 17, 18G2 ; a student at 
Acadia College and licentiate jninister of the Baptist Church. 

11514. Carl Addison Shaw% b. April 20, 18G5 ; a merchant. 

11545. Harlow Page Shaws, b. July 31, 18GG ; a farmer. 



778 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

1154<). Fkefjerick ]\roNOD Shaw*', h. May 25, ISOS ; at sclmol. 
11517. Aebert Avery Sitaw^ 1). Oct. 7, 1870; at seliool. 

11548, 5. IIanxaii Fkeeman', b. July 20, ls29; m. Xictaux. 
i\. S,, Oct. 31, 1S5S, by Kev. W. G. Parker, JoIjii F., son of .lames 
and PlRebe E.iche, b. Aylesford, ^^. S., April 27, 1829; a farmer; 
residence, Clarence; 5 c, all b (darcnce, all unmai'ricd. 

115-10. ArthuPv Fkeeman Pociies, b. .Tan. 5, 1800; a scliuol 
teaclier ; residoice, Clarence. 

11550. ;Maynaiid Paeker Pocues, b. June 21, 1802 ; a patlern 
drafter; residence, AV^orcester, ]\Ia^s. 

11551. Hovn'aed IIinton Pociies, b. Maj^ 5, 1805; a fanner; 
at home. 

11552. Xellie Jessup Koches, b. Dec. 22, 1807; a school 
teacher at Clarence. 

11553. Clarissa Salome Pociies, b. March 28, 1873. 



11554. 6. Pev. Augustus Fj?eeman', b. '^Jay 2, 1831 ; m. J3ec. 
24, 1803, Elizabeth Smith of ihuoldield; he graduated at Acadia 
College, X. S. ; a minister, settled at Advocate Harbor, X. S. ; 5 c. 

- 11555. Ernest M. Freeman', b. Brookfield, Dec. 18, 1804. 

11550. Ellena S. Fkeeman^, b. Port Medway, X. S., Dec. 22, 
1865. 

11557. Feank a. Freeman"', b. Pridgewater, July 28, 18G9. 

11558. Bixney S. Freeman^, b. Greenwich, X. S., June 19, 1 873. 

11559. AVilllam P. Freeman', b. AVolfville, Oct. 23, 1875. 

11500. 7. Pev. Maynard Parker Freeman\ b. June 11, 1833 ; 
m. Aug. 22, 1867, Sarah P. C, daughter of Charles I), and Nancy 
Pandall of Wolfville, N. S., b. June 28, 1840; a Baptist minister; 
at present, settled at Great A^illage, Londonderry, X. S. ; 3 c. 

11501. Charles Milburn Freeman^, b. June 20 ; d. July 6, 
1808. 

11502. Bessie P. Freeman^ b. Cavendish, P. E. 1., April 0, 
1870. 

11563. Lottie S. Freeman\ b. Great Village, Sept. 11, 1873. 



JOHX WiriTMAX OF WEYMOUTn. 779 

11 50-1. 8. Zkxas S. Fkkf:man', b. St'pt. 4, 18.35: d. March 2, 
1850 ; at tlie time of his deatii lie was &tiulyi7)ir for the uiinistrr, 
expecting to devote himself t<> woi'k as a foreign nii.-sionary. 

11505. X. J.ETiTiA Pakkek", b. Annapolis, X. S., May 
28, 1794; m. July 1, 1818, Donald McPherson, b. Slic-i- 
burne, X. S., Aug. 23, ]793; d. -July 30, 187-1: residence, 
Brookfield, X. S. ; she d. May 24, 1880, aged 86 ; 9 c. 



115GG. 1. Maf.y An-x McPjierson', b. March 29, 1810; m. 
Oct. 28, 1834, Alfred, son of Robert and Penelope (Green) Munroe, 
b. Annapolis Co., X. S., April 12, 181 -J; d. Oct. 3, 1874; she now 
resides York, A^oi'k Co., Xeb. ; 9 c. 

115G7. Xathaxiel A^ideto Munkoe', b. Se])t. 20; d. Oct. 30, 
1835. 

115GS. JoANXA ^Vhitmax Muxroe', b. .Inly 23, 1837; ni. 
Sept. 3, 1853, James E. "White; a nurseryman; residence, York; 
1 c. 
11509. Alfred Munroe ^Vhite", b. Jan. 16, 1S6'3 ; a lawyer ; unmarried. 

11570. Mary Letitta ^Iuxhoe*. !>. June 29,1839; m. ^^farch 

27, 1857, George Whitman Ilardwicke, b. June 13, 1838; she d, 
March 9, ISGO ; he d. Annapohs, Oct. 27, ISSl ; 1 c. 

11571. xUfred Beauman Hardwicke", b. Oct. 4, 1S57 ; a salesman for James 
Pyle's Sous, N. Y. City ; unmarried. 

11572. Charlotte Irexe Muxroe-, b. Juno 28, 1811 ; ni. Dec. 

28, 1858, George, sou of Tlionias and Avace (Pitchie) Spurr, b. 
Oct. G, 1835; a farmer; residence, Annapolis; she d. A]>ril 27, 
18G0 ; he has since man-ied ; 1 c. 

1157y. Annie Spurr', b. Sept. 2G, 1S59 ; residence, York ; unmarried. 

11574. Alfred Muxroe^ b. Xov. 7, 1842; d. Sept. 15, 1843. 

11575. Alfred Lake Muxroe^ b. June 11 ; d. July 8, 1844. 

11576. W^alter Tho^ias Mux'ROE^ b. April 21, 1845 ; m. July, 
1805, Elizabeth, daughter of Xatlianiel and Caroline (Munroe) 
^■ideto, b. 1845; d. Jan. IS, 1883; residence, Forbes ave., Xew 
Haven, Ct, ; 4 c. 

11577. Frederick Munroe^, b ; d. 18GG. 

11578. Leila :May Munroe^ b. June 21, 18G8. 

11579. Lewis Elierson Munroe», b. Nov. 4, 1870. 

11580. Edmund David Munroe% b. Dec. 9, 1873. 



780 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

115S1. Harriet Maria Munroe^, b. Oct. 10, 1851; d. Apiil 
18, 1800. 

11582. DiOYMUS TiioKP ]\Lunroe^ 1). Ann-. 2, 185G ; m. June 0, 
1877, Einuiii Luui.-a, d:\ui;liter of Capt. liol)ert and Sarali Ann 
(Smith) Becber, b. April 10, 1S57 ; residence, Forbes uve., ]S'e\v 
Haven ; 3 c. 

115S3. William Robert Plall .Mu^l•oo^ b. March 9. 1878. 

11584. Carrie Wood Vroom Muuroe'', b. Nov. 8, 1881. 

11585. Walter Thorj) Munroc^ b. Dec. 4, 1883. 

1158G. '2. Charlotte Irene "McPhekson', b. Brookfieli], Jan. 
18, 1823; ni. 1. Dec. 12, 1811, Jolm McPiierson; a writer and 
poet of much reputati(tn, f^tylcd '" Acadia'.s Gentle Bard;" he was 
a contributor to various pa})ers and }ieriodicals ; his only collection 
of poems was puiblished after his death under the 'title of ''Tlie 
Harp of Acadia;'' he d. Julv 2*3, 1815; m. 2. Sej^t. 27, ISIS, 
Tliomas lvem|:)ton Freeman of Liverpool, X. S. ; residence, Ash- 
land, Mass. ; 5 c. 

11587. Mary Rebecca McPherson^ b. Jan. 1, 1813; m. Oct. 
21, 1805, Frederick W. En-gU.;; of l^rince Edward Island; a 
painter; residence, Fairmount st., Cambridgeport, Mass.; 6 c. 

11588. Irene Amira Paifjgles^ b. Aug. 18, 1866 ; d. Jan. 9, 1867. 

11589. Charles Gilbert Paiggles-, b. June 5, 1868. 

11590. Benjamin William Palggies^ b. Sept. 25, 1870. 

11591. Arthur CHdney Ruggles^ b. Sept. 12, 1872. 

11592. Irene Ainira Ruggles', b. March 17, 1875. 
1159,3. Louisa Euggles% b. July 3, 1879. 

11591. John Howe McPhekson^^, b. Sept. 7, 1815 ; ra. July 
13, 1869, Anne, daughter of William and Mary Sophia (Bangs) 
McKenzie ; a carpenter ; residence, 5 Lmcoln st., E. Somervillc, 
Mass. ; 2 c. 

11595. Franlc Depue McPherson^ b. March 17, 1870. 

11596. David Bent 3IcPherson'', b. Sept. 30, 1879. 

11597. Sarah Collins FHEEMAN^ b. July 25, 1810; m. Dec. 
15, 1808, Edwin Bamford lleals, b. July 22, 1813; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Blaine, Ai'oostook Co., ]\[e. ; 7 c. 

11598. Irene Roberts Beals', b. Nov. .3, 1869. 

11599. Evelyn Maud Beals^, b. Dec. 25, 1871. 

11600. Jessie Clyde Beals% b. March 25. 1873. 

11601. Archie Randolph Beals'', b. April 18, 1875. 
11603. Lora Pearl Beals^ b. Aug. 22, 1878. 

11603. Chester Gartield Beals", b. Aug. 17, 1881. 

11604. Andrew West Beals\ h. Feb. 29, 1881. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 781 

11605. Sl'san Harlow Fe^.ekman^ 1>. Juu. 4, ISIO. 

IIOOO. LiBiJiE Lyle F!;eemax\ b. ^ov. 9, IS-")*; ; ni. Nov. 3, 
ISTS, Andrew L. West, b. April 2(i, iS.M; a nicrcliaut ; residence, 
Liverpool ; 2 c. 

llt;nT. Onnive Stella West-, b. Aw-. 4. 1879. 
IIGUS. Sive Freeman West-', b. Nov. 5, 1HS:3. 



11G09. 3. Bekiah r.EXT McPhkhsox', b. April 11, 1S25; m. 
Jan. 9, 1815, Catharine A., daughter of Cdvin and Mary (Fennel) 
Wbeelock of Anriapolis Count3\ b. Oct, 28, 1S23 ; a farmer ; resi- 
dence, I]]'0uk1ield, Queens Co. ; G c, 

11610. William B. McPnEiiSONS, b. Oct. 16, 1816; d. Oct. 
25, 1817. 

11611. Xettie McPhersons, b. 2sov. 15, 1847; m. March 17, 
18S0, Henry Chark^s. son of Charles and ]\[atilda (Butcher) Drew 
of Charlottetown, P. E. I., 1). Dec. 20, ISIG ; a carpenter ; residence, . 
Charlestown, Mass. ; 2 c. 

11611a. Lauchlan llciny Drew', b. July 13, 18SG. 
11611b. Ellen Matilda Drew^ b. Nov. 4, 1887. 

11612. Mary Ellen McPhersox^ b. April 10, 1819; d. Nov. 
8, 1868. 

11613. Evelyn Amelia McPhekson^, b. April 19, 1851; d. 
Oct. 1, 1861. 

11611. Jaso^- McPherson^, h. Jan. 9, 1853; in. Aug. 9, 1883, 
Cornelia, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Harlow) Hoi den of Shel- 
burne County, b. Feb. 2, 1860 ; residence, Meadows, N. II. ; 1 c. 
11614a. Maud McPberson^ b. Feb. 21, 1885. 

11615. Lauchlan McPherson'^, b. F^eb. 20, 1851; unmarried; 
residence, Eagleton, Chippewa Co., Wis. 



11616. 4. Elizabeth Jane McPhekson', b. May 11, 1827; 
m. James G-erman ; she d. without issue, June 30, 1843. 

11617. 5. Harriet Sophia McPherson", b. xiug. 20, 1829; 
m. Nov. 8, 1848, Lauchlan, son of John and Elizabeth (]\rartin) 
MacPherson, b. April 2,1826; a ship-builder ; residence, 51 Mon- 
mouth St., E. Boston, Mass. ; 5 c. 

11618. F]lizabeth Lyle McPjierson*. b. Aug. 17, 1849 ; d. 
I>ec. 14, 1852. 

11619. Letitia Jane McPherson^, b. Sept. 27, 1850 ; d. Aug. 
U, 1851. 



7S2 THE DESCEND AXTS OF 

IJGi^O. JoJix Paukkh McriiEKSON^ b. .Jan. 2, lSi)'2 : m. J;;i,. 
22, LSTT, l'];mrlu\ daii-'itui- of Ihi-li mid Aim 0. (Scutt) Mcl'liif, 
h. Aul:;. 17. 1S4U; is in l.iisiness at S2 ])evoiisliii'o st., luKton ; -J r, 

1]()'21. Eaward Annand .McPlierson^ h. .^Inrcli 31, 1S78. 

]16'J2. Ralph Caniplxll .McPhersoir'. b. July 10. 18S0. 

11C23. Frederick Lee McPher.sou'', b. Feb. 21, 1SS3. 

llG-'oa. Clara Emily McFhersoiv', 1). l>cc. 10, 1880. 

11G2J. David Bent :\lcPnEi;so.\\ b. Get. l'.\ 1S.35 ; m. X(,v. 
10, 1870, Sarah Lydia, dan-liter of Joliii and Elizabotli ITawkin.-.. 
b. April 4, 1851 ; a bouse l)uilder ; residence, E. Boston; 1 c. 
11G23. AVilliam Henry Mcriieraou" , b. Maivli 14, 1S81. 

11020. Hattie iJrssEEE Mcr}iERSONS, b. Fel). 29, ISOl. 



11627. 0. David Harris McriiERSOx", b. Jnlj- 20, 1831; m. 
Dee. 22, 1852, Lavinia'', dauubter of Abner and Helen (NUm-.-.'') 
Parker,!). Mav 22, 1830; a fanner; residence, P.)-ooldield, Queens 
County ; c. 

1102S. Allister ^[cPhef;sox^ b. Feb. 10, 1854; ni. Jan., 
1875, Isabel McGill ; a fanner; residence, Brookfield ; 2 c. 

11C29. Alice May McPhersona, b. June 24, 1875. 
11030. Edith Blanoe McPherson', b. March 21, 1883. 

11631. IMelbourxe Parker McPheksox^, b. Fob. 10, 1856; m. 
July 24, 1878, Loretta McLeod ; a fanner; residence, Brookfield, 
where ho d. Aug. 6, ISSS ; 2 c. 

11G32. Viola Maud McPljersou', b. May 5, 1879. 
11633. Lilla May McPllerson^ b. Sept. 18, 1882. 

11634. Abxer Pu-rtox McPiierson^, b. March 9, 1S58; d. un- 
married, Jan. 21, 1885. 

11635. Alfred Brenton McPiiersox^ b. April 11, 1860; m. 
Oct. 29, 1883, Cora Ilapoood ; she d. May 24:, 1884; no issue. 

11636. Lilla May McP^ERSOX^ b. May 1, 1802 ; ni. Sept. 24, 
1882, Busby Fiske ; a farmer; residence, Brookfield; 2 c. 

11G37. Cora Leila Fiske", b. May 18, 1884. 
11638. Iva Muriel Fisl:e'\ b. Feb. 12, 1887. 

11639. William Craavfurd McPiiersox'^, b. May 1, 1865. 



11640. 7. Margaret Maria MoPhersox', b. July 1, 1833: 
m. Dec. 21, 185t>, Pobert Lake, son of Janies and Melinda (Lc\\i'^! 
i^Iinard, b. Ilarniony, Juno 18,1830; residence, York, York Co., 
Neb. ; 4 c. ' 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 783 

11041. Ianthe J;. MiXAi;r)% b. Marni<Mi_v, N. S., May 15. 1852; 
111. Fel>. 8, 1807, Samuel 1), LVonq)tr)ii ; a carpi'iiter; re.-ideiice, 
York; 1 c. 

11G4I2. Laura ]^Iau<l Koln})to!l^ b. June I'i, ISTO. 

jKJlo. JA^[ES D. 'Mixakds, 1). Uvoi-puol, X. S., July 17, 1851:; 
111. -Inly l-t. 1878, Ajinio. (laughti-r of William and J''j'ancos Hobcii, 
1). XcwfoiDulhnul, 1S';2; a farmer; residence, rpswieli, Mass.; 2 c. 

11041. Burpee C. Minar.l'. b. April QG. 1879. 
]lGi5. Ora Beatrice .MinarJ', b. Oct. 3G, 18S0. 

1161:6. Levehett Henry Minards, b. Maitland, X. S., May 22, 
1.S58; a carpenter ; residence, York. 

11617. TiiADDE'JS M. Minards, b Harmony, Dec. 28, 1SG2 ; an 
artist ; residence, Holyoke, Col. ^ 



11618. 8. Love F. McPherson', b. Xov. 11, 18.'30; m. Sept. 3, 
1853, Peter, son of John and Xancy (\Yilson) Kathrens, b. Clarence, 
X. S., xipril 1, 1822; a farmer; residence, Xew Grafton, Q.ueens 
County ; 1 c. 

11610. Grace AVatts lvATHRENS^ b. Xov. 30, 1808. 

11650. 9. Henrietta Armstrong McPi[kr.son", b. Jan. 11, 
1840 ; m. Jan. 1, 18G0, Jacob, son of Isaac and iLebecca (Taylor) 
Foster,, b. April 18, 1810; residence, Cold Brook, Kings County; 
7 c. 

11051. Eudora Lettie Foster!^, b. Aug. 18, 1808. 

11052. Maggie Agathe Fosters^ b. Sept. IS, 1870. 

11053. Colbert Leatox Foster^, b. Oct. 3, 1872; d. Oct. 11, 
1878. 

11651. IIallet Eay Foster^ b. Xov. 19, 1871. 

11655. May Lavinia Fosters, b. Jan. 1, 1876. 

11656. Lewie Fosters, j cL June 21, 18SL 

[ b. Sept. 30, 1879; 
11057. Lottie Foster s, ) 



11G58. XL PiEv. Maynaj^d Parker'', h ; m. 1. 

1821, Catharine Spiirr, b. 1-805; d. Puo-wasli, March IG, 
1851; m. 2. 185a, 3L-s. :\Icirg-aret {^SlDhv) Xowell ; lie 
was first settled in Anna])olis; 18o2, he removed to Lu- 
nenberg-; later liad a church at Lai lave, and in 1811 



78-i THE DE.^CEXDANTS OF 

settled at Pugwasli, wlicve lie reniMiiK-d till 1852, wlicu 
he removed to Loiidoiideny ; lie vras settled here till ]ii> 
death, which occurred about 1857; his wife d. sl)urt]\- 
after; he was considered a very able pastor, and preached 
most acceptabl} in his different charges ; 13 c, all by 1st rii. 

11G59. 1. (A son) Fai^iker' ; d. uimaiiicd. 

11660. 2. Letitia Taekej;', h. Ych. 12. 1S2?, : m. Jan. 5, IS-l.",. 
Daniel, son of ^Yillianl and Sarali (Dimoek) Freeman, b. May 1. 
1815; residence, Amherst, X. S. ; S c. 1 

11G61. Mayxakd M. Fkeeman^ b. Max 11, 1814; m. Oct., 1 
1878, Oressa Carter; a farmer; residence, Andierst ; 2 c. J 

11GC2. Hattie E. Freeman^ b. Nov. 30, 1S79. | 

11GG3. Mabel O. Free]llan^ b. Nov. 21, 1SS3. I 

-I 

11664. Sarah J. FREE^^rAX?, b. July 13, 1846; m. Oct. 11, 186^, | 

Charles A. Wilson ; residence, Fugwash, where she d. July 24, i 

1869; he d. Au£r., 1871 ; no issue. | 

11665. Arthur M. Freeman^ b. Xov. 24, 1848; m. Sept. 28, | 
1881, Delilah, daugliter of William and Eliza Jane (Graham) Tye, j 
b. March 24, 1858 ; residence, Oakland, C'al. ; 2 c. | 

11666. Arthur M. Freeman, Jr.^ b. July 24, 1S83. I 

11667. Noble D. Freeman', b. April 17, 1S8L I 

11668. Faxnie E. Freeman^, b. Fob. 11, 1851; m. Xov. 10, I 
1880, John D., son of Samuel and Matilda (Grey) Baird, b. Aug. 1, .^ 

1854; residence, Lowell, Mass.; 2 c. :| 

11669. Hattie D. BaircF, b. Sept. 23, 1881 ; d. Sept. 15, 1882, I 

11670. Ethna Bail•d■^ b. Feb. 17. 1884. I 

I 

11671. Mary A. Freemax\ b. May 5, 1853; m. Worcester. J 

Mass., Aug. 3, 1875, Amos H.^, son of Rufus S. and Harriet Sopiiia | 

(Parker') Black, b. Feh 24, 1845; a jeweler; she d. E. Boston | 

Mass., March 4, 1881 ; no issue ; lie has siiice m., see line. | 

11672. Hattie D. Freeman', b. Sept. 10,1857; m. Sept. 25, j 
1876, John D., son of Samuel and Matilda (Grey) Baird, b. Aug. 1. j 
1854; residence, Amherst, X. S., M'here she d. April 1, 1878; 1 c. j 
11673. Arthur F. Baird', b. June 23, 1877. | 

11674. LiLLiE D. Freeman^ b. Feb. 7, 1859 ; m. Dec. 24, 187;*, | 

Herbert J., son of David P. and Charhitte (Lewis) Hoag, b. Jan. J 

1, 1853; residence, Maccan, X. S., where lie d. Feb. 19, 1885; nu j 

issue. '* 



JOHN M'HITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 785 

11G75. Etta P.. Fkekman'', 1). Feb. 20, 1S<;4 ; lu. Sept. 30, 18S4, 
James A. rilluiore ; re.-idcucc, Williamstlale, N. S. 



13 676. 3 Eliza Paiikkr", b. Annapolis, X. S., Feb. 2. 1S24 ; m. 
,]nlv24, 1845, Abel Wile, b. Mareh 27, ls22; residence, Bridge- 
water, X. S. ; lie. 

11677. Albkrt Wilt:', h. Feb. 7, lS-16; in. Marcb 15, 1867, 

Lucy Wegel ; residence. Pridg-c water : 10 c. 

IIGTS. Judson Wile^ b. April 8, ]S6S. 

116T9. Hovvard ^ViIe^ b. March 7, 1870. 

11080. Gilbert ^Vile^ b. Sept. -1, 1S7-2. 

IICSI. Uriah Wile\ b. June ',', 1874. 

lir.SO. Ida May "\ViIe\ b. Aiit:;. 5. 1S7G. 

11683. Laurotte Wile', b. July 1. 1S78. 

116S4. Spurgeoii Wile'', b. May G. 1880. 

11685. Chipman Wile", b. Oct. 0. 18S2. 

11680. Eliza Jane AVile'\ b. Dec. 5, 1883. 

11687. John Wile', b. June 2 ; d. July 5, 1854. 

116S8. Urexa Wile^ b. June 2S. IS-IS; ni. Aug. 20, 1863, 
Gaspar Grouse ; a fanner : residence, New Italy, X. S. ; 7 c. 

11689. William Crouse^ b. Sept. 28, 1865. 

11690. Eliza Crou.se^ b. :\lay 28, 1867. 

11691. Liuda Cronse^ b. June 24, 1869. 

11692. Howard Crou:ie% b. July IS, 1871. 

11693. John Crou3e-\ b. July 20, 1874. 

11694. Wesley C^ouse^ b. Oct. V>, 1877. 

11695. Albert Crouse^ b. March 2. 1880. 

11696. SiMEOX WiLE\ b. May 4, 1S.50; m. Lucy Ann Yeuot, b. 
Jan. 27, 1S49 ; residence, Oak Hill, X S. ; 7 c. 

11697. Mary Addie Wile-, b. June 15, 1870. 

11698. William Stenard Wilc% b. May 10, 1873. 

11699. Boardman Wile-', b. April 20, 1875. 

11700. Wallace Wile^ b. Oei . 10. 1877. 

11701. Ella Wile", b. April 10. 1880. 

11702. Lydia Wile^ b. :March 5. 1882. 

11703. Katie Maria Wile', b. May 27, 1884. 

11704. SoPHRONiA AYILE^ b. May 13, 1852; m. July 2, 1871, 
Reuben Leslie, b. Dec. 28, IS-lo ; residence. Petite Kiviere, Luuen- 
berg County ; 5 c. 

H705. Amiie Leslie'-', b. Dee. 10, 18:2. 

11706. Elizabeth Leslie", b. Jan. 5. 1879. 

11707. James Leslie", b. Nov. 4, I87'.t. 
117U8. Lewis LesHe-', b. Aiis,-. 4. 18^1. 
H7U9. Ralph Leslie'-', b. Dec. 10, 1834. 

11710. Mayxard WiLE^ b. June 4, 1854; residence, iventville. 
50 



■"""■"^•^ 



7SG THE DESCEN'])ANT3 OF 

11711. Wesley Wile', b. Sept, 3, 1856; residence, Ivcntville. 

11712. Letitia Wile^ b. June 4, 18.57. 

11713. AFahy W]LE«, 1». June 5, 1859; m. July 25, 1874, Irvin 
Cooncv, b. Tort Mc-dway, 1852; residence, Luckc Fort, ><'. S. ; 4 e, 

11711. Eliza Jane Cooney', b. May 6, 1875. 

11715. Theodore Coouey-', b. May (5, 1878; d. Nov., 1879. 

117t5a. Laura Cooney^ b. July li, 18S3 ; d. Oct. 31, 1884. 

11715b. Deboi-a Cooney^ b. April 27, 1884. 

1171G. Silas Wiles, b. Sept. 20, 1863 ; a deaf mute. 

11717. Delokah Wiles, b. (.)ct. 5, 1866. 

11718. TiiORAS Wiles, b. Feb. 7, 1868. 



11719. 4. Maky Desiaii rARK[£R^, b. Aimapolis, Feb. 11, 1825 ; 
rn. Jan. 5, 1842, Stephen, son of Amos and Sarali (Harris) Eaton, 
b. June 26, lb20; residence, Pugwasli, X. S. ; 10 c. 

11720. Caehie Eaton^ b. Oct. 22, 1843; m. 1. Sept. 16, 1^67, 
David, son of Daniel and Mary Aun (Clarke) Eaton, b. June 4, 1830 ; 
d. Sept. 21, 1879; m. 2. Feb. 8, 1881, Isaiali S7,lou of Geor^'e A. 
and Harriet (Smith) Johnson ; residence, Truro, Colchester County ; 
3 c. 

11721. John Edgar Eaton^, b. Feb. 26, 1871. 

11722. Harriet Johnson^, b. Sept. 22, 1881. 

11723. George JohnsoIl^ b. Feb. 26, 1883. 

. 11724. Egbert Eaton^ b. Aug. 10, 1844; d. July, 1845. 

11725. Howe Eaton^ b. June 18, 1846; d. Marcli 7, 1848. 

11726. Joseph Eaton^ b. March 16, 1848; m. Feb. 11, 1S61, 
Adelia McFhcrson ; residence, Pugwash ; 5 c. 

11727. Frank Parker Eaton^ b. Dec. 27. 1872 ; d. Feb. 15, 1877. 

11728. Gertie Eato]i-', b. June 16, 1874 ; d. Feb. 20, 1^77. 
11721!. Frederick Eaton', b. April 2, 1878; d. March 1, 1880. 

11730. Jolm Wilbcr EatoV', b. March 19, 1882. 

11731. Cyrus Eaton^ b. Dec. 27, 1883. 

11732. Sarah Emma Eaton", b. July 14, 1851; m. Boston. 
Nov. 21, 1870, Sumner Wi'iglit, son of Wriglit Sumner and .Muria 
(Cummings) Keyes, b. Foston, about 1852; he was at one lime 
superintendent of Navy Hospital grounds at Clielsea ; he left ]ii~ 
family some seven years since and has not returned ; she resides 
Tremont st., Boston ; employed at Hovey i.1' Co., Summer st. ; 2 c. 

11733. George ]']aton Keyes"', b. June 2(>, 1873. 

11734. Maria Augusta Keyes-', b. July 29, 1875. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. T87 

11735. John liu.ssKLL Eaton-, b. Aug. IS, 1S53; m. March 0. 
1S73, ]\Iai:^gie Rayiuoiid ; residence, Pugwasli, where he d. Sept. Sj 
1878; 3 c. 

11736. Arthur Ealoir'. b. Aug. 6, 1874: d. July, 1876. 
117:37. Annie Eaton^ b. July 12, 187G. 
11738. Carrie Eaton', b. Sept. 10, 1877. 

11739. HARruET E.\ton-, b. July C, 1S55; d. Xov., 1856. 

117J:0. Cyrus Eaton^, b. Dec. IS, 1S57 ; m. Dec. 25, 1876, 

>raggic Whiddcn ; residence. 302 lOlh st., Denver, Col. ; 3 c. 

11741. William Eaton^ b. Dec. 27, 1877. 
11743. Emeliue Eaton'', b. July, 1879. 
11743. Cyrus Eaton, Jr.^, b. Aug., 1884. 

1174:1. Frederick Eaton*, b. April 9,1861; unmarried; resi- 
dence, Medway, Mass ; P. O. box 82. 

117-15. Charles Aubray Eaton-, b. March 29, 1865 ; umuar- 
ried ; residence, x\niher.?t, IST. S. 



11746. 5. Harriet Sophia Parkek', b. Feb., 1827; m. May, 
1843, Pufus F., son of Joseph and Sarah (Pineo) Black, b. Dec, 
1817; residence, No. Attleboro, Mass.; 10 c. 

11747. Amos H. Pl.-vck^, b. Pngwash, N. S., Feb. 24, 1845; m. 
1. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 3, 1875, Mary A.^, daughter of Daniel 
and Letitia (Parker') Freeman, b. May 5, 1853; d. March 4, 1881; 
in. 2. Dec. 21, 1882, Luella Mary, daughter of Albert AV. and Mary 
Ann (Richards) Pherson, b. March 27, 1856; a jeweler; residence, 
Xo. Attleboro ; 1 c. 

11748. Frank Marshall Black", b. :\Iarcli 29, 1884. 

11749. PvUFUS F. Plack, Jr.*, b. July, 1848 ; unmarried; resi- 
lience, Cambridge jK")rt. 

11750. Annie M. Blacks, b. June, 1854; m. Oct., 1876, John 

P Phinde, b. July, 1852 : a jeweler; residence, Xo. Attleboro ; 2 c. 

U751. Ernest S. Rhinde-'. b. Oct. 11, 1877. 
U752. Edward D. Khiiule'. b. Oct. 11, 1882. 

11753. Mary B. PLACK^ b. Oct., 1856; m. 1878, George Col- 
'•urn; a carpenter; residence, Xo. Attleboro; she d. April, 1881; 
2 c. 

n7.-)4. Annie M. Colburn", b. 1879. 
in^M. Lily Colburn'', b. 1S«1. 

11756. Joseph IP Black^, b. Jan., 1858; m. Feb., 1882, Eva 
M hi'clei- ; a jeweler; residence, Xo. Attlcboi'o; no issue. 



7SS TllfJ DESCENDANTS OF 

11757. James V. liLACK^, b. April, IS60; in. Oct., 18S2, Anna 
J. Hal! ; a jewelci-; residence, Xo. Attleboro ; 1 c. 
11758. Howard F. Black'', b. ^lay, ISS.j. 

11759. Cyrus IJlack«, 1). Jan., 1862; ni. April, 18S1, Minnie 
King; a merchant; residence, Canil)ridgeport ; 1 c. 
117G0. ITfiny B. Black", b. Nov., 18Si. 

117G1. Matilda C. Blacrs, b. Oct., IsiU; d. May, 18G7. 

117G2. JIai:ry L. Black 8. b. March, 18G7 ; d. Marcli, i8G8. 

117G3. IIattie E. Blacks 1). March, ISGO. 

117G1. 6. Maynakd a. Parkei:', b. March 17, 1829; m. 1. 
July 15, 1S52, Bnlh F., daughter of David and Batia (I*aine) Tay- 
lor, b. Orleans, Mass., Feb. 21, 182G ; d. June IG, 1871 ; ni. 2. Xov. 
25, 1872, Mary PL, daughter of John and Lucy (lleai-d) Fenno, h. 
Chelsea, Mass., Feb. IG, 1811; d. June 21, 1882; a commissiun 
merchant ; address, 17 South st., Boston, Mass. ; 9 c. 

117G5. Allen C. Barker^, b. May 25; d. May 28, 1853. 

117GG. Arthur T. Barker^ b. June 21, 1851; m. June 25. 
1881, Grace Lee, daughter of William II. and Beulah ^Eichanh) 
"Wilson, b. Boston, Sept. 4, 1853; graduated Bowdoin College, 
187G ; in business in Boston ; address, 4G Oliver st. ; 2 c. 

11767. Beulah Parker^ b. Sept. 8, 1885 ; d. Aug. 6, 1886. 
117G7a. Ruth Parker'\ b. July 14, 1SS7. 

11 768. Emma Eaton Barker^, b. :^[ay 21, 1858 ; d. May 10, 1801. 

11769. Maynard Parkers, b. Oct. 11 ; d. Oct. 12, 18G0. 

11770. John F. Parker^, b. ; d. Dec 12, 1873. 

11771. Maynard Allen Barker^ b. Dec. 16, 1871. 

11772. Mary Fenno BAf^KER^ b. xVug. 21, 1878. 

11773. Catharine Spurr Barker^, 1:». March 28, 1880. 
11771. Herman IL BARKER^ b. June 21; d. June 22, 1882. 

11775. 7. Cathakink Barker', b. Lunenberg, 1831 ; d. 1833. 
1177G. 8. Catharine ,1. J^vrkkr', b. Lunenberg, 1833 ; d. Ani- 
lierst, in the summer of 1860 ; unmarried. 

11777. 9. Sarah Ann J\\rkkr", b. Lunerdjerg, X. S., June ••. 
1837; m. 1851, William B>()>s ; he was lost at sea about 1865; ui. 
2. Sept. 18. 1S70. A\'iHiam Henry, son of AA^illiam Henry an>l 
Charlotte (Williams) Seanian, b. Nova Scotia, 1831; residencf. 
5 Coral st., Woicester, ^iass. ; 3 c. 



JOHN wjrrniAX of weymouth. 789 

1177S. Eva C. Boss^ It. Dee. 5, 185 J ; iiiniuirried ; a teaclier; 
residence, 0-3 -1th st., Cliel.-ea. 

11779. Elizabeth S. Boss', h. Sej)!. 30, 18:)8 ; d. Aug. 9. 1878. 

11780. CAKniK T. P.(>ss\ I). Aug. 18,1800; m. Sept. 28,1881, 

William T., >o\\ of ^[iloii G. and l^llizabctli (Emerson) Booth, b. 

Aug. -7, 18,:)<i; residence. Alai'low, X. H. ; l' c. 

11780a. Lester Eduin Bool]i'-'. b. Nov. 14, 1S82. 
11780b, Clarence Emerson Booth^ b. Jan. 22, 1884. 

11781. 1(). SoLKTAS PAKKF.ii", b. 1839; d. nnniarried, 1871. 

11782. 11. Clkmkxtixa S. Parker', b. Lallave, X. S., Feb. 9, 
isKl ; m. Xov. 20, 1801, Edinond, son of James and Esther (Tay]<>r) 
Kiidey, b. Xov. 2<), 1833: residence. Linden, X. S. ; 8 c. 

11783. Ida^^Jay Fixlev', b. Dec. U, 1802; m. Dec. 27, 1882, 

diaries T. Ilnnter, b. May 10, 1857; 2 c. 

11784. Mary Ma1-el Hunter", b. Oct. 28, 1883. 
1178.^. James llugli Hunter', b. Feb. 28, 1884. 

11786. Mayxari) Taylor Fixley^, b. ]\Iarc]i 7, ISOG. 

11787. Ca}:kie :\Iatilt)A Fiim.ey^ b. May 10; d. Sept. 10, 1808. 

11788. jA^tEs Arthur Finlev^, b. Ang. 20, 1809. 
117S9. Esther Catharixe Fixley-, b. A])ril 1, 1871. 

11790. MoDEXA C. Fixley^ b. April 10, 1872. 

11791. ALREiiT EiBtoxD Fixley^, 1). Jan. 19, 1879. 

11792. Mary Xaomi FIXLEY^ b. Jnlv 1. 1882. 



11793. 12. :\Iatilda C. Parker', b. Pngwash, X. S., 1841; m. 
1. Aug. 27, 1800, llowai'd, son of ]Moses and Lncretia Pray, b. 

Lebanon, Me; he d. ; m. 2. Staples; she d. Feb., 

L870 ; no issue. 

1179L 13. ^[oDEXA Fkaxces Parker', 1). L'ugwash. Oct. 9, 1 8-17 ; 
in. Chelsea, AEass., March 2S, 1800, Capt. James Edwin, son of 
Freeman and liebecca (Crosby) Crosby, b. Brewster, ]\lass. ; a sea 
f'^l'tain ; residence, P>rewster ; 4 c. 

11795. Freemax ^Iayxaro Crosry^ b. Jan. 27, 1807. 

Li 790. 1m)WIx nowARD Crosby^, b. Xov. 5, 1808. 

11797. James Harold Cro,>i!v'', b. June 3, 1870. 

11798. ]\rABi:L Crosby', b. March 15, 1871. 



790 T]IE DESCENDANTS OF 

11701). XII. Maima Packer", h. Nictaiix, x\uo'. 10, ISoO; 
m. Jan. 1, 1824, Liitbcr Leadbetter, 1). July i?0, 1790; d. 
j\Iarcli '2o, 1S(1(]; residence, Bi-ookfield, Queens Co., wliei-o 
slie d. Oct. lo, 1874, aged 74; o c. 

ll:^0('. 1. Ja^sikS IIauvf.v Lkadrkttkr', 1.. Sept. 21, ISl^O; m, 
Oct. 4, 1S47, Meivv Whinuair, daiiii-liter of Job TI. and ]*arn;i 
(Frecman<5) UurnabV. b. May 21, 182:5; d. Xo. Ih-ookfield, N. S.. 
March 4, 1872; a farmer; resideneo, So. (Jhebnsford. ]\[as.s. ; 1) c. 
b. Xo. Brookfield. 

118til. IIakkiet Evelyn Leadbetter'', b. Aug. 15, 1849; 4. 
Mareli 20, 1853. — 

11802. Adelaide FREE^LAN Leadbettek^ b. April 28, 1851 : m. 
June 20, 1871. Ly.-?ander\ son of Alexander and Loni^a (AVlntuian'i 
"Water!Jia]i, 1). Oct. 0, 1844; a fanner; residence. Pleasant Kiver, 
X. S. ; .die d. I^eb. 19, 1881 ; 5 c, see line. 

11803. AViLL.Ai-jD Pakkek LEADin-rrTER'^, b. Sept. 10, 1853; d. 
Jnnel8, 1864. 

11804. Paena Maklv Leadeettek'', b. April 7, 1855 ; d. Jnlv 
23, 1858. 

11S05. Paena Ida Leadbetter'',- b. April 14, 1859 ; urnnarried. 

11806. Albert Harvev Leadbetter"*, b. April 26, 1801. 

11807. Bertha Mercy Leadbettee\ b. July 2, 1863. 

11808. Annie Maria Leadbetter', I). Oct. 9, 1865. 

11809. Thomas Lodowick Leadbettei:^, b. March 28 ; d. May ^*, 

1868. 



11810. 2. Salome Parker Leadbetter^, b. Jan. 23, 1828; m. 
Dec. 25, 1852, Silas 11., son of Charles and Susannah (Harlowi 
Murray, b. ]\[ay 3, 1825 ; residence, Osborne, Mo. ; 2 c. 

11811. Ellis Merkay^ b. Feb. 13, 1853 ; d. April 13, 1880. 

11812. ?^riNNiE L. Mui;ray^, b. Mihon, N. S., Jan. 21, 1855 ; m. 
March 8, 187*1, Henry ZS'i.xon; residence, Stcwartville, ^Mo. ; 4 c. 

11813. Ella May Nixon\ b. Jan. 29 ; d. Feb. 3, 1877. 

11814. Royal L. Nixou', b. Feb. 9, 1878. 
1181.^i. Annie Bell NL^:on^ b. March 10, 1880. 
11816. Helen M. Nixon", b. Oct. 27, 1882. 



JOITN WHITMAN OF WKY.AIOUTH. Tl>l 

nsiT. '3. Adoxikam JuDsox Li;Ai)i!KnKij', 1). Jan. Iti, ISo" ; m. 
,lan. 20, 1852, ]I<H)0. (lau_i;-]iter of (JlKirles ami vSiisic (liai'low) ]\lu]-- 
ray, 1>. July 27, 1S2'.' ; a fariiK-r; ix'-iilciu-e, ?\o. HnxjlctlcM, (Queens 
County ; 8 c. 

11818. Lutiip:k J. l.EADBKTTKii-, 1). Aiig. 1, 1853; d. Sept. 23, 
1801. 

11810. Susie Ai.ici: LKAi)i:Krri;i;'^, l>. Xov. 20, 1855; in. Xov. 
20, 1884, Pvcv. A. L. Fov.-ell of Anilierst, N. S. ; is now settled 
over the clmrcli at Barton, Digl^y Count}'. 

11820. Ella :\Iay LEADinnTKR^, 1). 3lay 7, 1850 ; d. Se])t. 8, 1875. 

11821. Annie Bkll Lkal)i;]:tti;r\ 1). July 27. 18(;i ; m. Sept. 7, 
1881, xUbert G., son of ElkannaL and ]\Iaria (Freeinan) Morton, b. 
Jan. 0, 1856; a farmer: residence. ]\liddlelield, X. S. ; 2 e. 

11822. Kaymoud Elkainiali Morton'\ b. Aug. 3, 18^2. 

11823. Ralph Judson Morton", b. Aug. 22, 1884. 

11821. Cleaveland B. Leadkiotti^r^ 1). Sept. 4, 1804 ; residence, 
Leominster, ]\[ass. 

11825. CniPMAN Othi) Leadbetteh'^, b. Aug. 10, 3 807; at liome. 

11820. Charlotte Stella Leadbettek'', b. Feb. 7, 1870; d. 
Marcli 4, 1872. 

11826a. ]\[AiiGARErTA C. LEADBETTEl^^ b. Jan. 21, 1873. 



11827. 1. Ezekiel Cleveland Leadijette];', b. ]\roreli 30, 1833 ; 
m. 1. AVelland, Out., May 1, 1855, Hannah I^laria. 2d daughter of 
Daniel and Dorinda Smitli (Fage) AVillson, b. Felham, Ont., Feb. 
2, 1833; d. Fontliill, Ont.. July 11, 1850; m. 2. Mrginia City, 
Xev., April 23, 1870, ^lary. daughter of Feter and Adelaide Foehe, 
b. Southboro, Mass., ^laix-h 23, 1840 ; residence, A'^irginia City ; 3 c. 

1FS28. Ella Maria SALo^[E Leadiu^tter'^, b. Fonlhill, April 20, 
1S56; m. Delvallj Co., Wis., ]\rarch 10, 1870, Alvin Beatty, son of 
William and XaneyLee; a farmer; slie resides Fenetaiupiisheiu,^, 
(h\i. ; no issue. 

F1820. I>EN.iAMiN Cleveland Leai>better^, 1). Virginia City, 
Harch 17, 1880. 

11830. Evan Ferry Leaduetter', b. Feno, Xev., Dee. 14, 1881. 



11831. 5. Marie E. Leadbettkr", b. Xov. 2, 1841 ; m. Sept. 10, 
1^01, Fuchard, son of Augustus and Fiitli G. (West) Carder, b. 
^lareh 18, 1834; residence. Fiverpool ; c. 



792 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

11832. AhBV Ann Judson Oardkr", 1). Jimc 21, 1803. 

11833. KuTii Ii)F,i,T,i: Cakdek", b. Oct. 5, 18(U. 

11834. EsTKRX Fi-xwiPK Cakdei;"", 1>. Aug. 1, 1800. 

11835. Salo>[e J*AiiKKK Cakdkk^ b. Doc. 10, 1807. 
11830. AufrESTL-s AN^iLLAKD CAi;r)].K\ 1>. Aug. 10. 1873. 
11837. EroEXE Cr.AYTOx Cakdek-, b. Xov. 28, 1881. 



11838. Ja(;oiv= (oil), Jolin^ John'', Zecliarialr, John', 
b. Oct. 1-1, 1757; m. Annie Spinney of Arg-yle, N. S. ; lie 
settled on a portion of tlie Whitnuni grant near Rosette, 
Annapolis Co., X. S., and d. there, Sept., 1837, aged 79; 
8 c. I. David'; 11. Alercy^ III. Jacobs lY. Betsey^ Y. 
Ann'^; Yl. Spinney''; Yll. WliitnehP; YIII. JoamnVl 

11830. L Davij/', b. ; m. Sarah Starj-att of Para- 
dise, AMna])o]is County, b. June 23, 1782 ; d. Nov. 2, 
1832 ; he settled in Annapolis County and d. there, July 
8, 182G ; 7 c. 

11840. 1. ^y^JAAM S.", b. April 11, 1808; m. Oct. 29, 1835, 
Cliarluttc Ann Frceuian ; a farmer ; re.-ideiice, near Kempt, Queens 
Comity; she d. Oct. 13, 1875; 10 c. 

11841. DAvn)\ b. April 24, 1837; d. Doc. 12, 1858. 

11842. Sarah A,maxt>a^ b. ^Jarch 22, 1839; m. July 27, 1858' 
James B. limit, b. Oct. 5, 1830; a blacksmith; residence, Cale- 
donia, Queens Comity; c. 

11843. David \Vhitinan Bunt', b. June 24, 1859 ; residence, Boston, Mass. 

11844. Mary E. Hunt', b. Jan. 14, 1801 : m. Tclfer ; 1 c. 

11845. Iva Telferi", b. :>rarcli 2, 1884. 

11846. Norman Hunt'', b. ^lay 26, 1864 ; unmarried ; at liomc. 

11847. Koselia Hum-', b. Dec." 17, t869. 

11848. James B. Hunt. Jr.", b. Marcli 14, 1875. 

11849. Ezra H. Hunt-', b. March 14. 1880. 

11850. Bjartlett Brvdeord Free^f.^v'^, b. ]\ray 21, 1841; m. 
Nov. 0, 1879, yinry E. Drake; a caqu-ntoi- ; resideace, S]:>euccr. 
Mass. ; no issue. 

11851. ZoHETu Ei'EKMAx", b. ^Iay25. 1843; m. July 10, 187b 
Bessie A. IJarlow ; a farmer ; residence, Harmony, Queens Count v ; 
3 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN" OF WEVMOUTH. 793 

IIS.VI William D.-. b. July 3, 187i. 

11S.")3. Can-ie E.". b. 1874. 

11854. Alli-ster U.\ b. May '33, 1880. 

11S55. Gf.okgk AvAKi)', 1). Mai'cli i2J, 18-15; in. :\rare!i IS, 1871, 
Dcliovali F. Fi\'cm;iii ; a fanner ; rosideiiee, Kempt ; 4 c. 

llSoO. Fraukliii E.-', 1). March 1."), 1872. 

118r)7. Lizzie M.-', b. July 1, 1874. 

11858. Avard E.-', b. Fell. U». 1^70. 

11859. Howard E.-', b. Jan. 17, 18S1. 

11800. Makia Al)ELIA^ b. Jan. 11. 1848; d. Jan. 20, 18G2. 

11861. Malcol^i lioss^ I). June 15, 1850; in. Dec. 5, 1873, 
Klizabetli B. Freeman; a carpejite)-; residence, Marbleliead, Mass.; 
2 c. 

11863. James Hunt', b. Lynn, :\Iass., Feb. l'?, 1875. 
11SG3. Everett Koss', b. Dec. 15, 1888. 

11861. AL^vILI)A^ 1). Aug. 27. 1852; m. Oct. 8, 1870, Xatbaniel 
S. Harlow; a farmer ; i-esidcTice, Harmony; 5 c. 

11805. Ezra M. Harlow-', b. Sept. 3, 1871 ; d. Jan. 4, 1879. 

11866. Brintiin M. Harlow-', b. Jan. 17, 1878. 

11807. Leonard M. Harlow'', b. March -28. 1S75. 

11888. Fanny H. Harlots--', b. July 2, 1878. 

118G9. Beatrice L. Harlow, b. Sept. 24, 18S0. 

IISTO, Leonora'', b. Aug. 16,1855; m. Dec. 1, 1875, Thomas 
Telfer, b. Oct. 9. 1841; a carpenter; residence, Caledonia, Queens 
Count y ; 2 c. 

11871. Charlotte A. Telfer-', b. Sept. 24, 1873. 

11872. Frederick Telfer-', b. March 23, 1880. 

11873. Adeliza Snow', b. Sept. 27, 1858; m. So])t. 6, 1881, 
John E. Freeman; a farmei- ; residence, Hai-mony ; 1 c. 
11S74. Iris D. Freeman-, b. July 24, 1882. 

11875. 2. Ann Augusta', b. Nov. 26, 1809; m. Feb. 1, 1832, 
AVilliam Best; he d. Sept. 17, 1871 ; she now resides ^vith her S(.)n 
in Denver, Col. ; 3 c. 

11876. Amanda Fuizallen BEST^ b. Nov. 26, 1834; m. April 
24, 1859, AVilliam L. Ferunild ; a merchant of Boston, Mass.; he 
d. ]Mav 18, 1870 ; slic is -with liei" mother in Denver, Col. 

11877. John Davio Best', b. Fel). 18, 183(! ; m. June 13, 
1^6(1^ iSlartlui C. Hooper; a commission mei'chant ; I'esideuc'e, 
I^oiver, Col. ; doing business under iirm title of Best A: AYhite; 
•> c. 



794 THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

11878. Lucy VAUx Best', h. Ciiica-o, Oct. I'J, lSG-3 ; d. Denver, Oct. 1, lSr;J. 

11S79. Anil Amanda Ikst'', b. Chicago, .Sept. 24, 18Co. 

118SU. Martha Hooper Bost^ Chica.e:u, Feb. t?^, 1808. 

IbSSl. Charles Frederick Best', b. Cliicai^o, Se])t. '2, 1800. 

1188:?. John William Best'', b. Den.ver, April 00, 1874. 

11883. :\[akia Adelia BK^T^ h. Feb. J 9, 18-10; d. Julv 18, 1848. 

11884. 3. Mekcy". b. May -J-}, 18]:^; ,u. Feb. 15, 1837, Echvaid 
Barteaux; residence. Anna])olis; <; c. 

11S85. Aldkkt l]AK•n■.Aux^ b. Nov. O, 1837; lu. F)ec. 28, 18G4 
j\Iary LeCain ; a ear|)eiiter ; lie d. Xuv. 17, 18.S0 ; 8 c. 

118S0. AVilliam Barteaux\ b. Nov. 7, 1805. 

11887. Blanche Barteaux', b. Nov. 23, 186G. 

11888. Agnes Barteaux', b. Sept. 1, ISGS. 

11889. Herbert Barteaux', b, Ajml VO, 1870 ; d. Sept. 20, 1875. 

11890. Stanley Barteaux-', b. Nov. 0, 1872. 

11891. Louis Barteaux'\ b. Sept. 11, 1874. 
11893. Nora Barteaux% b. May 28, 1870. 
11803. Albert Barteaux'', b. Marcli 17, 1880. 

11894. Davj]) BakteauxS, b. Oct. 31, 1841 ; m. Kov. 19, 18r.ri, 
ilag-gie Sbaw ; a inercliant ; residence, Somerset, Kings County ; 4 c. 

11895. Blanclie BarlKuix", b. May 4, 1808. 

11896. Ernest Barteaux', b. April 14. 1870. 

11897. James Barteaux"', b. Feb. 15, 1872. 

11898. Henry Barteaux', b. Oct. 27, 1873. . 

11899. Maeia Ai^eeia BA]r^EAI•x^ b. July 18, 1840 ; ni. Xov. 
19, 1877, B. B. Ilardwick; residence, xVnnapolis. 

11900. Edwae'd BakteauxS, b. Jnly 2, 1848; a fanner; unmar- 
ried ; residence, Annapolis. 

11901. LAEEAn BAETEAExf, b. Xov. 19, 1852; nE April 12, 
1882, M. G. Bockwell; residence, Meadville, Mo.; no issue. 

11902. Ada BaeteauxS, b. iSept. 13, 1854 ; unmarried ; at home. 



11903. 1. Sami:ee", b- ^I^n' •">, 1815; m. Dec. 20, 1848, Amiie 
Cronse, b. Jan. 12, 1833; a farmer; residence, Conquerall Baidc. 
Lunenberg Comity ; 12 c. 

11904. CnAEEEsS, b. Jan. 2, 1850; d. March, ISGl. 

11905. Saraii^ b. vSept. 30; d. Oct., 1852. 

1190(5. ^[ae'ia^ b. Uarch Itj, 1854. 

11907. WieliamS, ]). Oct. 0, 1855; m. Oct., 1884; residence. 
Elizabeth]X)rt, X. J. 



JOHN \VIIITMAX OF WEYMOUTJI. 705 

nOOS. Lewis^ b. May lii, 1860. 

111)09. Jamks^, 1). Marcli 2, ISC^. 

1 lino. A>-.\^ 1). ])fc. 1, ISC.:'. ; 111. Jan., 1S70, IJenry Cleuesj ; 2 c. 

11911. Jane Cleuesy\ b. Jan., isyu. 
Uni'3. Samuel Clenesy-', b. ISSl. 

11013. JAC0T;^ b. Mareli 3L, ISCb. 

119U. T.KoNoK.v^ b. Feb. 28, 1807. 

11915. :\lET;cy^ b. Jaii. S, 1800. 

11916. SA^iLEL^ b. Oct. 9, 1870. 

11917. David^, b. June 26, 1874. 



11018. 5. I.eoxoka", b. Dec. 17, 1819; in. April 20, 1842, 
Harvey Saunders of Dalliou>ie East; slie d. Xov. 11, 1853; 5 c. 

11919. Lydia M. SAl:NDEKs^ b. Mareli 14, 1843; m. July 12, 
1862, Barnabas, >on of Foixl and Susan (]\riles) Freeman, b. June 
IC^, 1838; a farmer ; residence, Broolcfield, Queens County; 6 c. 

11920. Elleu M. Freeman', b. April 5. 1^63. 

11921. Arthur W. Freeman'', b. June 2, 1S6G ; d. Feb. 11, 1868. 

11922. Bertlia A. Freeman-', b. Aug. 22, 1869. 

11923. Sebra C. Frt'eman'', b. .May 2, 1872. 

11924. Eaton B. Froeraan-\ b. Sept. 3, 1874. 

11925. Judson P. Freeman', b. July 2S, 1881. 

11926. Ellex Stareatt SauxdeesS, b. Jnn. 31,1845; m. Oct. 
4, 1862, Jolm A., son of JoLn aiid Ann (McXayr) Jefferson, b. 
Sept. 27, 1836; a farmer; residence, DalLousie East; 3 c. 

11927. Jlervey Clayton Jefferson", b. Sept. 20, isr,3 ; d. June 12, 18G4. 

11928. Elmer Glcndon JelTerson-', b. April 14, 1865. 

11929. William Evans Jefferson", b. April 16, 1867. 

11030. Adelta S. SArxDioKs^, b. ^Nlarcli 20, 1847; m. July 6, 
1878, Benaiab l^ukesliire ; a f;irmer ; residence, ]\Iaitland, Queens 
County ; 1 c. 

11931. Annie Gertrude Dukeshire" b. Oct. 27, 1882. 

11032. AvoKD Longley Sae-ni)eks% b. Sept. 10, 1850; d. Aug. 
7, 1851. 

11933. Leoxora WHnMAx Sauxdees^, b. July 20, 1852; uumar- 
I'ied ; residence, Boston, ]\Ia<>. 

11034. 6. Bor.ERT Davu)', b. Jan. 25, 1822 ; m. 1. May 17. 1845. 
1-ydia Tupj-ier AVaterman ; she d. ^rarcli 31, 1870; m. 2. Jan. 25, 



790 THE DESCf:N])AN'J'S OF 

1ST4, So})]iia Aiii;-usta IJuiinclnian ; a farmer; residence. Bridge 
water, N. S. ; 8 c., all but two yuiiuge.st 1). ]^Iea.-ant Itiver, X. S. , 
these two b. Bridge waier. 

11935. James Dkan^ b. Oet. 0, 1848; m. Caniln-id^i^e, ^lass., 
Xov. 17, 1878, Isa])ella, danglitei- of TLoiiias and Julia .\iin 
(Wright) Ilorsiicld. b. AVestpurt, X. S., Sept. 10, 1850; in 1808 
came to Boston. Mass.. and li;is sinee resided in that city; 2 c. 

1193fi. Alma May', b. Chelsea. Mass., Nov. 21, 1874. 
11936a. Artluir Dudley'', b. Nov. CG. ISSl. 

11937. Maria AuorsTAS, b. Oct. 12, 1819; m. Sept. 3, 1886, 
Benja77iin Wetzel : residence, Bridgewater. 

11938. xVLisTKn FoKnKs^ b. Dec. 15, 1850; n). March 10, 1884, 
Emma Vane ; a carpenter ; has l)een for scA'eral years in the UiiitL-d 
States; present residence, 18 Simmons st., Boston Highlands; no 
issue. 

11939. Robert Starratt^, b. Feb. 2, 1852; a ])iaiio tuner; has 
become blin.d ; I'csidence, Bridgewater ; unmarried. 

11940. Adella Stores^, b. Sept. 21,1850; m. Dec. 27, 1876, 
William Beeves ; a blacksinitli ; I'osidence, Bridgewater ; 1 c. 

11941. James Bradford Eeevos^ b. April, 1884. 

11942. George AYiiitfieldS, b. Sept. 21, 1858; m. Xov. 27, 
1886, Isabella Gilmore; he came to Boston in 1879, remaining 
there till 1882, when he removed to Poi'tland, Or., tlieii returned 
east; residence, Maiden. 

11943. JuDsoN Skixxers, b. 1800; m. ; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Bridgewater. 

11944. Blanoue A.% b. Jan. 8, 1870. 

11945. 7. IIanxah Maria', b. Jan. 25, 1824; m. Jan., 1847, 
Hon. Avard Longley, b. Feb. 22, 1822 ; until his marriage lie 
devoted himself to farming;, after that eno-ao-ed in a-enei-al mer- 
cliandising ; 1859, was elected a member of the Xova Scotia 
Assembly and represented Annapolis County in that body fi>r 
twelve years ; 1878, was elected member of the Dominion Parlia- 
ment, but declined a reelection ; was for over four years chiel 
Bailway Commissionej- of Government Eailways in X'ova Scotia; 
has always acted with the Conservative j^arty ; his wife d. Oct.. 
1853, and he m. 2. Sept., 1855, a daughter of H. II. Troop; resi- 
dence, Paradise, Aniia])olis County; 1 c. 



11040. Ella Staxlkv LoX(M,kvI b. ^l.nx-h 1, 1848; in. Jiilv 2, 
1870, lleiil)on Ilai'low c>f Shcltmruu Town, X. S., b. Xov. 5, 1842; 
n iiiei'cliant ; residence, Liverpool ; 1 c. 
lU'iT. Avard Longlcy Harlow^ b. Nov. 2G, 1881. 



119-48. 11. Mkkcy'', b- H'^S; in. Doc. 24, 1810, Edward 
Barteaux ; re.sideiice, xVniia])o!is ; she d. Xov. 2, 1847 ; 7 c. 



11919. 1. Fkeemax Barteaux', L. Aug. 27,1811; in. Jan. 20, 
1842, Bucy Bice; residence, Annapolis; 7 c. 

11950. Jacob WiirniAN I^artkaux-, b, Dec. 25, 1842; d. Xov, 
4, 1870 ; nninari'ied. 

11951. Eliza J.vxe Barteavx^, b. Feb. 8, 1845; unmarried; 
at home. 

11952. Mercy BAiiiEAux^, b. Feb. 20, 1849; nnniarried; an 
invalid. 

11953. Edward Barteaux®, b. X"ov. 30, 1851; d. Se]it. 30, 
18T0 ; immarricd. 

11954. ]\Iai-joaret Axx Barteaux^ b. April 23, 1854; in, Sept. 
25, 1879, Charles, son of C^ipt. AViliiam Deane, b. Halifax, X^ S., 
Feb. 2, 1850 ; residence, Xa^hua, X". H. ; B. O. box 172 ; 1 c. 
11955. Harriet Deaue^ b. March 1, 1883. 

11956. Fkeemax BARTEA^x^ b. April 27, 1857 ; d. X^ov. 18, 1879. 

11957. Emma Barteaux^, b. Feb. 13, 1804; d. Aug. 13, 1882. 

11955. 2. Edward Barteaux''', b. Jnly 3, 1813; a carpenter; 
residence, St. John, X"". B. 

11959. 3. Bexjamix Barteaux', b. Dec. 29, 1815; a carpenter; 
residence, Kansas, F. S. 

11900, 4, AxxiE Beuecca Barteaux", b, ilay 1, 1818; ni. Dec. 
30, 1847, William Fotter of Clements ; 2 c, 

11901. Drusilla Fotter^ b. Jmie 22, 1850 ; m. Dec. 23, 1881, 
Thomas Buell of Upper Clements ; 2 c. 

11962. Margaret BuelF'. 

11963. IJalph Buell'. 

11904. Edward Barteaux Botter^, b. Jnl\- 7, 1852; unmarried. 



798 THE PESCENDAXT.S OF 

llOi)."). 5. LorisA JiARTEAirx", b. April 15, 1S20 ; ni. Jom:i1i 
Potter of Clonicnts ; she d. 

IIOGO. «;. Eliza Jaxk Baktkaux', b. Aug. 10, 1^^2■2; d. 

ir.Xu. 7. David Rakteaux'^, b. April 21, IS^i; d. in tlie arinv 
durino' the war of the rebellion. 



119G8. III. Jacob", b. June 11, 1787; m. May 8, 1811, 
Lydia Tapper; a fanner; residence, Liverpool; he d. 
Milton, Queens County, Aug. I'd, 1834; she d. Nov. 1, 
1855; G c. 

119G9. 1. AuGUSTrs Fkedkrick^, b. March 28,1812; d. March 
6, 1881, loved and res])ected by all wlio knew him ; a fine scholar, 
and had just entered on his career as a teacher; nnrnarried, 

119T0. 2. Rev. Jacob^ b. .May 26, 1S13 ; m. Dec. 20, 1835, 
Susan McGill; she d. April 2r>, 18()1 ; ''she was an active spiritual 
worker in the church of Christ; in early life she sought and foinul 
pardon and peace by believing on the Lord Jesus Christ ; in pros- 
perity Jind in adversity her trust was in God ; at all times she was 
ready for every good work ; she was faithful unto death ; her last 
words were the verses — I Cor. xvi., 55, 50, 57 ;" in April, 1834, 
he became a Christian, and joined the Congregational Church in 
Liverpool, N. S. ; in 1843 he was chosen deacon and licensed to 
preach, and in Api-il, 184G, was ordained and took charge for many 
years of the Congregational churches of Cornwallis and Falmouth ; 
residence, Manchester, X. S. ; 11 c. 

11971. Emily^, b. Marcli 27, 1837; m. :\rarch 27, 185(1, John 
Crawley, Jr., b. May 22, 1832; d. Dec. 9, 1875; a magistrate; 
residence, Carlton, where she d. Dec. 31, 1872; 8 c. 

11973. ^Villiam Crawley^ b,..Sppt. 18, ISo? ; m. Jan. 6, 1880, Maggie Mc- 
Donald ; residence, E. Boston, Mass. ; 2 c. 
11972a. Jessie Crawley^". 
11972b. Madge Crawley^". 

11973. l.ydia Cra^^iey^ b. March 19, 1859 ; unmarried. 

11974. Emily Crawley'-', b. Nov. 11, 18G0 ; m. March G, 18.9, Edward Di>- 
inger ; she d. Philadolpliia, Pa., Doc. 80, 1879; 1 c, d. in infancy. 

11975. John Whitman Crawley^ b. Dec. 18, 1861 ; a mariner. 

11976. Annie Crauiey'^ b. June 6. 186r> ; d. Sept. 26, 1883. 

11970a. Laura F. Crawley", b. June 16, 1867 ; has been adoi>tod by ^Ir. Stone- 
man, a mercliaut of Yarmouth. 

11977. Artliur Crawley-', b. Oct. 19, 1869; in Philadelpliia with his brother- 
in-law. 

1977a. Minnie Crawley'', b. Jan. 1 ; d. I\Iay 25, 1871. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WKITMOUTir. 799 

HOTS. Anx Pkklky\ h. Oct. 22, 1S3S; m. Nov. 14, 1872, Jolm 
C'raAvley, Jr., Ikt- lifDthtT-in-law ; resitlcnce, Carlton, Yannoutli 
County, where lie d. Dav. 9, 187-1:; she is now h'\in_i!; in Lynn, 
Mass. ; address, 2(3 Broad st. ; 2 c. 

119T9. George Egbert Crawley-', h. Oct. 3, isTo ; d. Aug. 23, 1ST7. 
11980. Oswell Dodds Crawley'', h. Aug. 2, 187'> ; d. Aug. 27, 1877. 

11!»SL Augustus FkkokktckS, !>. duly 8, 184o ; m. April 3, 
18G1, a\rary Baker; residence, Arcadia, Yarmouth County; he d. 
May 15, 1877; M'as an active mend)er of the church, and hut a few 
weeks before Lis death was ordained to the office of deacon ; his 
death was a great loss to both the church and the eoniniiinity ; no 
issue. 

11982. LydiaS, b. July 17, 1812; m. July 7, 1803. Capt. Har- 
vey 11. Hersey ; a master marine)- ; residence, Melbourne, Yar- 
mouth County ; he d. at sea, Feb. 20, 1870 ; she resides Melbourne ; 
5 c. ^ 

11983. Elizabeth Hersey". b. Feb. 24, 18G4. 

1198-1. Loron Augustus Hersey^, b. Nov. 5, ISfi^i. 

119S5. Winslow Locke Hersey ^ b. Dec. 23, 1867. 

11986. William Parker Hersey'*, b. Feb. 13, 1810. 

11987. ^Nlaiy Black Hersey^ b. Aug. 22, 1872. 

11988. ^[arvS, b. July 1, 1844; m. 1. June 0, 1804, Eufus 
Nickerson ; a mariner ; residence, Ai'gule. Yarmouth County ; lost 
at sea, Dec. 8, 1870 ; m. 2. Feb. 22, 1880, Charles Lewis ; residence, 
Lynn, Mass. ; 4 c. 

1 1989. Bessie Gordon Nickcrson', b. Oct. 20. 1865. 

11990. Frederick Augustus Nicker3on^ b. Nov. 16, 1886. 
U991. Henry Whitman Nickerson^ b. Dec. 22. 1868. 
n992. Roger William Nickerson^ b. Nov. 13. 1871. 

11993. Mercy PatilloS, b. Sept. 0, 1840; m. Dec. 26,1807, 
Cleaveland xl. Allen of Melbourne, Yai-mouth Count}'; 4 c. 

11994. Catharine G. Allen^ b. June 4, 1869. 

1199.-). Mary Susan Allen^ b. Oct. 16, 1870. 

11996. Murray Allen». b. Dec. h 1872 ; d. May 21, 1878. 

11997. James' Whitman xVllen^ b. Dec. 17, 1875. 

11998. Thomas William/% b. July 22, 1S50 ; m. Xov. 4, 1874, 
Augusta liing ; lie is first officer in a ship ; residence, Arcadia, 
\ armouth County ; 2 c. 

11999. Willie Etta May^ b. June 6, 1878. 
I'-'OOO. :\Iargaret B.^, b. Sept. 2, 1880. 

12001. Susan Bektua^ b. July 2.5, 1852; m. Sept. 17, 1881, 
f^aac Killam ; residence, Overton, Yarmouth County. 



800 THE ])ESCENDANTS OF 

12002. James Pkrley^ b. Sept. 24, 3 85I; m. Oct. 10, InTs. 
Geori;iana ller>ey ; she d. vSept. 10, isTl*; a mariner; re.-idciicc-, 
Yarniontli. 

1200o. Matilda Louisa^, 1.. Dec. 17, 18.56; m. Sept. 1-1, IS^n, 
Aupjustiis C. Goodridge; residence, AVyoina, Lynn, Mass.; 1 e. 

12004. Loueva H. CioodridgL'-', b. May 20, 1882. 

12005. IlKXiivS, ];>_ Jnne 2, 185S ; unnuiiTied ; a mariner, now 
at sea ; residence, Yarmoiitli. 

1200G. 3. Xathax TuiM'Eir, b. Dec. 5, 1815; m. 1. Sept. 20, 
18-11, Matilda G., dang'liter of Zoiietli and Dorinda Freeman of 
Milton, b. Sept. 5, 1821; d. :Marcli IS, 1851- ; m. 2. Jan. 3, 1802. 
Matilda Coomb.-- ; she d. June, 1803; m. 3. May 10, 1800, 'Mv>. 
^[ary (^Varlon) Gardner ; residence, Milton, Queens Comity ; c. 

12007. CiiAKLOTTE^ b. Aug. 3,184-1; m. Jan. 7,1804, Josei'li 
G. Kempton. b. ]\[ilton, Jan. 6, 1840 ; in June, 1S81, remove^] 
from Milton, X. S., to Xewton, ]\rass., wliere tliey now i-eside ; a 
car])cnter and bnilder ; 6 c, all but youngest b. Milton. 

12008. Alfred E. Kcmptoll^ b. Jan. 20, \Sm. 

12009. Rose Freeman Kempton-', b. Feb. 22, 1887. 

12010. Elizabetli D. Kempton^', b. Oct. 28, 1870. 

12011. Frederick ^r. KemptonS b. Dec. 30, 1872. 

12012. Jane M. KemptonS b. Yeh. 15, 1877. 

12013. Andre^Y J. Kempton-'. 1>. Ne\vton, Sept. 25, 1881. 

12014. AlfkedS, b. July 10, 184G ; d. May 15, 1859. 

12015. Eev. Freeman TupperS, b. ]\[arcli 3, 1849; m. Oct. 5. 
1882, Harriet Cliurcli of Cbarlestown, IJ. I.; when he readied the 
age of thirteen, his father gave him his time, and the next three 
years he spent in lumbering and made one tri]> to the fishing baid^s ; 
at sixteen he began a four years' ap[)rentices]iip as wheehvriglit : 
1870, lie went to Boston, Mass., to perfect himself in his trade, am! 
worked a year at So. Amesbury ; here he acted as Sunday-schni'! 
superintendent, and l.)ecoming impressed with the duty of preaching. 
he determined to secure an education and devote himself to tlie 
ministry ; after a course of study at the Worcester Academy, he 
entered Brown ITniversity. graduating in 1878, and from .Newicii 
Theological .Seminary in ISSl ; the same spi'ing received degree "i 
A.]\r. from Brown Fniver-ity ; Jnne 22, 1881, was ordained o\ei' 
the Baptist Churcii at Newton, Uj)])er Falls, ]\[ass. ; October "*■ 
that year, a severe attack of pneumonia com]ielled him to al>andoii 
his chari;-e and seek a wanner climate; his church most rehu'tanil; 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTJI. 801 

o'l'anted liis re(|iio.st, being desij'ous tluit lie sluuild .siiii})ly take a 
loni!: vacation; lie then went ti) ])ar]iiigtnn, S. (•., where lie so far 
reeovcred liis health as to be able to take chai'ge of the ehiirch at 
tliat ])laee ; Scjit., 18S3. he aeee])ted a call to the Jh'ightou ave. 
Haptist Church, AllsTun. Mass.; ]ie sup})<ii'red him.-elf mainly by 
pi-eachiiig both during his stay at \\'oi'C'ester and v.diilc at college, 
and everywhere his ministrations i-esulted in increased religious 
interest and activity ; has preached teinp«irarily at So. Sutton, Mass., 
Cross Mills and AVickford, M. 1. ; she d. "Westei'ly, 11. J., May 2-2, 
1^SG. 

l'2ul(». Fkkdekick ArcxUSTUs^, l». Jul}- 18, 1851 ; m. June 2, 
1878, Emily Loumans ; a machinist ; residence, AVoi-cester, JMass. ; 
2c.' 

leon. Annie Bordeir', b. Aug. 1, 1879. 
Ix'OlS. Alfred Freelnan^ b. March 20, 188-2. 

12U19. Adolpuus Fkeeman'', b. Aug. 29, 18r)3 ; m. AVorccster, 
June IS, 1881, Josephine Fletcher of Milton, Is. S. ; a carpenter; 
residence, AVorcester ; 2 c. 

ie020. Ernest Raymond^ b. Oct. 14, 188-2. 
120-21. A daughter', b. Dec. 3. 18S3. 

12022. Matildas b. April 20, 18G3 ; m. Oct., 1883, 

Tupper of Liverpool, X. S. 



12023. 4. CiiAKLOTTE', b. Felx 25, 1810; m. March 19, ISIG, 
Eldridgc II. Burnaby ; a wealthy farmer; residence, Pleasant 
River, Quce^is County, where he d. Dee. 27, 1880; she is now 
living with her daughter at Old Town. Me. ; 3 c. 

12021. Mauia p. PuKXAP.YSb. Fel). 8, 1817; m. Xo. Brook- 
ileld, X. S., Dec. 31, 1809, llev. Henry Allen", son of Davids and 
Desiah (Mack) F^reeman, b. Apj-il 13, 1813 ; now pastor of the 
Congregational Church at Old Town, Z\[e. ; 3 c. 

120-25. Maria Louisa Freeman"', b. ^larch 6, 1874. 

12026. Mabel LUirnaby Freen^an^ b. May 27, 1879. 

12027. Henrietta Perley Freeman^, b. Aug. 29, 1882. 

1202S. Chakles F]li)Kti)ge FU-RXAnY^ b. March 25, 1819; m. 
Aug. 30, 1870. Louisa, daughter of Fiev. James Shipperlev ; a 
farmer; occupies the homestead; P. O. address, Xo. I3rookfield ; 
3 c. 

12029. Herbert LeIJoy Burnaby^ b. July 3, 1877. 
12ti:50. Sidney James Burnaby'. b. 3Iarch 20, 1879 ; d. Feb. 25, 1880. 
12u;jl. William Eldridge Burnaby^ b. Feb. 25, 1881. 
51 



802 THE DESCKXDANTS OF 

12032. Ilv.y. SiiKXKY A. BruxAUY^ b. July 17, 1S51 ; studied 
tliroc years at Acadia Col]ei!,'e, AVolfvillo, and <2;r;tdiiatcd Andici\st 
Colleo-e, ISSi), and iniiiicor Thcoloiiieal Institute. ISSl; since tlieii 
has l)een settled over the First Tiieolugical Church at Lancaster. 
jS'. II. ; unmarried. 



J2C»;3?,. 5. LoLisA', b. Jan. 23, 1S21 ; ni. Alexander Waterman 
of J'lea<ant liiver ; she d. Sept. 22, 1ST3 ; he d. Oct. 12, 1S7;;; 
5e. 

12031:. Jacob WuriMAN AYaterma:;^, b. June 23, 1840; in. Oct. 
2, 18G5, Tryphene\ daughter of Benjamin and ^Matilda (rarlcei-') 
CJiristophcr, b. Feb. 2G, 1814; residence, Henry, Codington Co., 
Dak. ; 4 c. 

12035. Roland H. Vraterman', b. June 28. 18G6. 

12030. Benjamin O. \\'aterman», b. Feb. 18, 1SC8. 

12037. Marion T. ^Vaternlan^ b. April 17, 1871. 

12038. Lydia E. AVatei-manS, b. Oct. 7. 1873. 

12039. ExPEKiExcE Waterman^, b. March 11, 1842; in. i:)ec. 5, 
1SG4, Alden "Waterman; a farmer; residence, Henry, Dak. ; 3 c. 

12040. Myra ■\Vatermau^ b. Oct. 17, ISGo. 

12041. William Alden Waterman", b. July 7, 1880; d. Jan. 29, 1884. 

12043. Nina F. Waterman^ b. Nov. 3, 1883. 

12043. Lysander Watermak^ b. Oct. 6,1844; m. June, ISVl. 
Adelaide^, daughter of James Harvey' and !Mercy A^niitmaii" 
(Burnaby) Leadbettei-, b. April 28, 1851; d. Feb. 10, 1881; a 
farmer ; residence, Pleasant Elver ; 5 c. 

12044. Harvey Alexander Waterman\ b. May 31, 1872. 

12045. Charles Freeman Waterman-\ 1... Feb. 23, 1874. 

12046. Jessie Eveleyn Waterman", b. March 25, 1876. 

12047. Alden Herbert Waterman\ b. May 15. 1878. 

12048. Una Mercy V\'a(erman'-', b. Aug. 13, 1880. 

12049. Xathax Tupper WATERMA^•^ b. July 18, 1847; ra. Sei.t. 
1, 1874, Augusta Alack*, daughter of Charles'^ ajid Eliza Baktr 
(Mack) Whitman of Liverpool, X. S., b. Marcli 25, 1848 ; a farniei' ; 
residence, Henry, Hak. ; 2 c. 

12050. Andrew E. Waterman'-', b. March 20, 1870. 

12051. Elsie L. Waterman', b. Jan. 7, 1883. 

12052. Lydia ^Mauia WATER>f.\^-, b. April 2G, 1849 ; m. ]\rili"!i. 
N. S., Jan. 5, 18C9, Dr. William Ilalliday, S(m of Archibald jind 
Mary (IJalliday) Fraser, b. Perth, Out., 'Mnvch 20, L839 : sin(v 
Aug., 1873, they have resided at LaSalle, III., where he is engaged 
in the practice of his profession ; 7 c. 



JOHN wiirr:MAX of WEY^^rouTii. 803 

leO.w. Mary Halliday Fraser'', b. Sept. 30, 1SG9. 

12054. Caroline Expenence Tupper Fraser'-', b. Dec. .31, 1871. 

120.-)5. Millt'i-a TvOuLsa Fraser-', b. Jan. 11, 18T3. 

leOoG. William Alex. Gordon Fraser'. b. Jan. 27, 1875. 

13n.")7. Henry Page Fraser", b. Nov. 17, 1870. 

ll'O.jS. Edwin Sidney Fraser', b. Dee. 31. 1879. 

10U59. Anne Bell Eraser-', b. Oct. 11, 1881. 



120G0. C). Dea. Charlks Hexry^, 1). June 7, 1S23 ; m. May 11, 
1847, Eliza Baker Mack, b. ]\[ay 9A, 1S24; residence, Liverpool; is 
deacon of Cono'reiz:ational Cliureli of ]\[ilton, and one of tlie maa-is- 
tratcs of the cc)unty ; 4 c. 

12061. Augusta Mack^ b. Marcli 25, ISIS; m. Sept. 1, 1874, 
ISTatlian Tnppcr*, son of Alexander and Louisa^ (Wbitinan) Water- 
man, b. Jnlv IS, 1847; residence, Ileurj, Dak. ; 2 c, see line. 

12002. Exocn STEADMA^-^ b. Sept. 19, 1853 ; d. June 18, 1861. 

12063. Mattie Sophia^ b. June 22, 1856. 

12064. Georgina Tepper^, b. June 3, 1868. 



12065. IV. Betsey''; m. George Harris, and d. without 
issue. 

12066. V. Anx^ b. ; m. Edward Dunn; they 
both d. 1813 ; 1 c. • 

12067. 1. Anna Dexn^, b. xinnapolis, Dec. 6, 1812 ; ni. Sept. 
19, 1832, Geoi'ge Cooper Willett, b. Calais, Me., Fe1). 25, 1809 ; d. 
Kentville, X. S., June 5, 1862; she d. Boston, Mass., jMarcb 6, 
1874 ; 7 c. 

12068. JoAxxA WiLLETT^, b. Anuapolis, Aug. 27, 1833; m. 
Tbii'ton, March 30, 1852, Adolphus, son of Gordon and Louisa 
(Oukes) Bishop, b. May 26, 1829; a farmer; residence, Tlorton, 
X. S. ; she d. ]Xov. 3, 1861 ; (see Appendix ;) 3 c. 

12069. Charles Alfred Bishop^ b. Sept. 26, 1854 ; m. Aug. 25, 1880, Pamelia, 
daughter of 3Iaj. Evans and Martha M. (Smith) Wharry of Sycamore, 
111., where he now resides engaged in the practice of law ; 1880, was 
independent candidate for County Judge and was elected over the 
regular party nominee by 334 majority ; no issue. 

12070. David Avard Bishop'', b. Sept. 6, iSoS; unmarried ; a merchant ; resi- 
dence, Hortoii. 

12071. Franklin Willett Bishop", b. Dec. 8, 1860; m. Feb. 17, 1883, Rosa M. 
Bishop of Horton ; a farmer ; residence, ITorton ; 1 c. 

1-072. Murray Franklin Bishop"^ b. Feb. 6, 1885. 



80-1 THE descp:n])AXts of 

120T3. Geokge Edavakd M'illktt^ 1). Ilorton. Sept. 19, ls;)n ; 
111. Salein, ]\rass., Dec. 22, 1803, Mary Ellen Clark; an architect; 
he (1. Jveiitville, X. S., Feb. 4, 1SS3 ; 2 e. 

12074. Edward Harvey "Willett'', b. Boston, ^tass., Sept. 20. 1SG9. 

12075. AVillinin Willett V\"illett'-', b. Boston. Nov. 5. 1874. 

1207r.. Calvin Al7,i:n \VlLLE■rr^ b. Ilorton, Jan. 28,1840; m. 
Canai'd. Ivings Cunnty. Dee. 11, lSt)l, Elizabetli Harris; a carjKii- 
ter ; residence. Kentville ; lie d. Jan. IS, 1881; was lost in the 
steamer "'City of Columbia," which was wrecked off ]\lartha's 
Yineyard ; 5 c. 

12077. George Edward Willc■tt^ b. April 10, 18G3. 

12078. Jes.^e Eliza Willetf', b. May 4. 18G6. 

12079. James Gordon Willett\ b. March 10, 1809. 

12080. Alice Dean Willett", b. Dec. 19, 1879 ; d. Feb. 12, 18S0. 

12081. Harriet Dean Willett-', b. Canjiing, April 10, 1882. 

12082. ]\rAKY Ei.izAKETii 1Yielett\ b. Ilorton, Aug. 20,1811; 
m. AVolfville, xs. S., Jan. 15, 18G3, Adol})hns Bi.^liup, her brother- 
in-law ; 2 c. 

120S3. Ernest Adolphus BisLop^ b. Oct. 14, 1808 ; d. Feb. 2, 1870. 
120&4. Nellie May Bishop^ b. Feb. 9, 1876. 

120S5. Jonx lEvKVEY Willeti'^, b. Ilorton, April 20, 1817; d. 
Kentville, May IT, 18G0. 

- 12086. Jessie iVmelia Willett^, b. Kentville, Sept. 12, 1810 ; 
d. Kentville, Dec. 28, 1861. 

12087. Jennie Lind Willett^ b. KentviUe, Dec. 18, 1851 ; d. 
Kentville, Sept. 30, 1861. 



12088. VI. Spinney^ b. 1798; m. 1. Caroline Harris of 
Annapolis; m. 2. 1829, Martha Hart of Gaysboro, N. S. ; 
as a young man be went to Canso, attracted thither by tlie 
fact that his uncle, Abraham'', had already settled there; 
he was at first assisted in his business, that of shoemaker 
and tannei", by liis uncle, but Avas obliged to give up the 
tanning ti-ade owing to the great difficulty of obtaining 
hides ; his first ^vife d. of consumption, after about four 
years of rnan-ied life, aged 20; he was a most upright and 
honest man, and highly respected m the community; he 
d. Dec. 11, 1878, aged 80; his 2d wife d. at Amherst, 
N. S., 1878, aged 73; 4 c. 



12103. 3. Cakolixk^, b. Oct., 1S35; d. ]\Iay 13, 1S53. 

12101:. 4. Sakaii'. h. Aiig. 23, 1S39 ; m. July H, 1SG5, Eev. 
D. A. Steele ; is pastor of a church at Amherst, X. S. ; 9 c. 

12105. SiDxr- Y ^Vhitm.vx Steelk', h. MaY 12, 1S(3G. 

1210G. XoEL Bentley Steeee^, h. Aug. 17, ISO 7. 

12107. Carolexe YriiEfMAN Steeee*, b. Mayl], 1860; d. Jan. 
19, 1879. 

12108. Allen Dayy Steele^ b. A[ai-eh 15, 1871. 

12109. Mary Martha Steele^ b. Dec. 19, 1872. 

12110. WaEREX :\rERKILL STEELE^ b. NoY. 20, 1874. 

12111. Sarah Blanche Steele-, b. Sept. 4, 1876 ; d. Jan. 7, 1879. 

12112. L.vYiNiA Grace Steele^ b. Oct. 13, 1878. 

12113. A7alter Eyerett Steele^ b. June 10, 1880. 



12111. VII. AVniTi'iELiV', b. ; m. ; a cliair- 

iiiaker, and after seYcral vears of very successful basiness 
removed to JKiltiniore, Md. ; liere )ie m. a widow lady, 
^nd is said to liave had ei^lit children : after some A^ears 



JOHN WniTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 805 

J2089. 1. A soil* ; d. iii infancy shortly after his mother. i 

12090. 2. jAcon", b. Dec. 2^, 1820; m. Dec. 2, 1842, Charlotte, j 
daughter of Barnett and Barbara (llilbird) AVilt, b. .Abuvli 14, 1818 ; 1 
residence, Oanso, whei-e lie d. An;;-. 22, 1886; 5 c. | 

12091. Martha^ b. Dec. 28, 1848; unmarried. j 

12092. LEY]^ b. IMay 17, 1849 ; m. Feb. 3, 1874, So2)hia Worth ; j 
residence, Canso ; 5 c. 1 

12093. Charlotte'-', b. Jan. 25, ISTo. 1 

12094. Sal•ah^ b. Feb. IS, 1870. j 

12095. Harriet", b. Jan. 25, 1879. ' \ 

12096. Adelbert^ b. Oct. 5, 1881. 

12097. Ann'', b. Aug. 20, 1882. 

12098. Sarah^ b. :\Iarch 16, 1854; d. Feb. 14, 1870. 

12099. Clement', b. Feb. 6, 1857 ; innnarried. 

12100. Emma JaneI b. June 16, 1861 ; m. Oct. 10, 1883, Elisha 
J, Haskins ; resideiice, Cape Canso ; 2 c. 

12101. AustiTi Whitfield Haskms^ b. Oct. 1, 1884. 

12102. Oracle Vienna Haskins'', b. April 20. 1S86. 



800 T}IE DESCENDA^'TS OF 

residence in Ixillimore, he i-enioved to Ohio, and d. tlieiv, 
and it is behoved tliat all his cliikh'en died young' or un- 
mai'ried. 

12115. YIII. Joanna*', b. about 1808; ni. :\[arc]i, 1827, 
Jolm 13est; slie d. liorton, Feb. 22, 1831 ; lie d. April 13, 
1881 ; 2 c. 

1211t). 1. William IIkxrv 1'est', b. 1S2S; d. Sept. 15, 1849. 

12117. 2. Eliza Bicsr, b. Marcli IS, 1S30 ; m. July b 1S55, 
Daniel Collin?, b. 1S27 ; d. Ani;-. 25, 18S0 ; I'csidence, St. Jolm, 
K. B. ; 8 c. 

1211 S. :>lAKTnA Eliza Colli.vs^ b. Jnne 11 ; d. Oct. 25, 185(5. 

12119. AVilliam Uexky Oollixs^, b. Feb. 5, 18(30. 

12120. Mixxu: Alixa Collix.s^, b. Jan. 30, 18(33. 

12121. Anxje Eliza Collins^ h. July 9, 1S(35 ; d. July 9, 

1870. 

12122. Dajs'iel Best Colllxs-, b. Aug. 22, 1807. 

12123. Edith :\Lvkia Collins^ b. Xov. 30,1809; d. J unci 3o, 

1870. 

12121. Thomas Jonx CoLLlxs^ b. A])ri] 5, 1872. 
12125. James Frederick Collixs\ b. Sept. 14, IS 70. 



1212G. Abraham^ (513), John*, John', Zecliarialr, Jobn\ 
the yonng-est son of John-", b. Stow, Mas-^,., Sej)t. 10, 1761 ; 
the early death of the father and their comparativelv lim- 
ited means compelled the early separation of the family; 
Abraham was of an active and energetic disposition, and 
at an early age started out to make his own living; he 
werit first to Halifax, X. S., and then to Liverpool, N. S., 
and finally to Chester, X. S., where be settled down f<>r 
some years; here he m. Marcli 1, 1793, Hannah Webb^n-, 
b. March 10, 17G1>, whose family had recent! v come from 
(Jonnecticut ; he was for a time engaged in shi])-building, 
in which he was readily assisted by some Halifax mer- 
chants, notaljy Fai-man and Grassie; this industi'v becom- 



JOHN" WiIiT:srAN OF WEYilOUTll, 807 

iiio- dull, he looked about for a new field; in his tradiuii' 
and lumbering vovages lie bad oiten passed tbrougb the 
Out of Canso, and had been struck with the facilities of the 
place for a trade such as he felt he would like to engage 
in; about 1810 he moved to (Jan.^o and took up large 
('•ranis of land, and built for himself a house and store, 
living here during the summer and at Cliester during the 
winter; his business consisted in litting out fishing vessels 
and selling the cargoes brought home from the j^anks ; 
the war of 1812, with its attendant privateers, rendered 
communication extremelv dan""erous: he therefore decided 
to live permaneritly at Canso, and in the month of De- 
cember, 1812, after navigation had closed, he moved his 
family to what was then a ban-en and sparsely iidiabitcd 
country; he built un a lari-'e business, and was the leading 
man in the community; the life was almost patriarchal, 
and his house was evei- open to both friend and stranger, 
who always found a heartv welcome and a seat at the 
table or b}' the fireside; he d. March 24, 1854, at the 
advanced age of I'o ; 1) c, all but the youngest b. dies- 
ter. I. James"; II. Isaac"; III. John"; IV. Dorcas"; Y. 
]\Iercy"; YI. Hannah"; YU. Letitia"; YIII. Sarah M." ; 
IX. Abraham", 

12127. I. James", b. April 21, 1794; he received a 
business education at Liverpool, and expected to be of 
great assistance to his father ; a young man of great promise 
and exceedingly l)riglit and intelligent ; he vrns drowned in 
the Salmon I\iver, April D), 1814, in his twentieth year; 
it is said that his mother never full}' recovered from this 
great blow to her hopes and ambitions. 

12128. II. Capt. Isaac", b. Sept. 24, 1795; m. Jan. 15, 
182P>, Deborah Bears ; was educated with the expectation 
of being a sailor; his fatlier had brought from Chester a 
teacher for his family, and by him he was tau'dit navi"-a- 
tion and all the requisites for a sea cajitain ; at an early 
••ige he was appointed master of one of his father's vessels, 



808 THE DESCEN'DANTS OF 

makinjj;- niany successful foreign voyages ; lie had just 
concluded to leave tlie sea and settle down at Canso, 
when he was lost while bringing his vessel home fi-uin 
Newfoundland; he left St. John, Dec. 15, 1831, and avus 
probably lost in a heavy gale which occurred Dec. 17, as 
lie was never heard of; he was noted for his great per- 
severance and courage ; 3 c. 

12129. 1. AxN ^[aria^ b. Ang. I. 1824; m. Aug. 22. isiH, 
Avery Kinsman ; residence, Fontliill, Ont., where she d. July 2H, 
1875 ; 4 c. 

12130. AiiBEUT AVHiT:ir.\js" Kixs>rA>:\ b. xVug. 20, 1850; m. Jiuk' 
14, 1876, Alice E. Ijcckett ; a lawyer by profession; at present, 
traveling tbrougli tlie South as agent for Sumner, Wliitney tt Co., 
]a^^ publishers, of San Francisco, Cal. ; 1 c. 

12131. Editli Louise Killslnan^ b. June 8, 1879. 

12132. Ada ]\[akia Kix^max^ b. Xov. 19, 1851 ; m. Sept. 13, 
1877, Frederick lu:)bert Shaw ; a carriage maker ; residence, Gi'cen- 
ville, S. C. ; 2 e. 

12133. A son'', b. April 5, 1879 ; d. :\ray 28, 1880. 

12134. A danghtel■^ b. April 24, 1881. 

12135. Fkaxk l>i ])D IviN^MAX", b. Aug. 10, 18(33 ; in the carriage 
business ; residence. Font] nil ; unmarried. 

12J36. Floka Jaxe Kixsmax-, b. Sept. 5, 1804. 

12137. 2. Jaxe', b. Xov. 15, 1827 ; m. Xov. 0, 1852, Levi Hart ; 
a merchant ; residence, Halifax ; 5 c. 

12138. IIavelock ]\rcCoLL IlAirr'^, b. Xov. 5,1857; m. Juuf 7. 
1882, Alice Maud Taylor; a merchant; residence, Halifax. 

12139. ]""kedei;ick AYaltef, Haim^ b. April 3, 1801 ; a merchant ; 
residence, Halifax. 

12140. Aktitui: Lee Hari^ b. June 18, 1804; d. April 29, 1^78. 

12141. Eluexie IlAin', b. Sept. 21, 1807. 

12142. :Maui) ^LvraA Hart', b. Xov. 11, 1809 ; d. June 8, 187>. 



12148. 3. Cart. David', b. 1^28 ; m. Jan. 15, 1850, Mary^ryris : 
a master mariner; he left ILdifax for Canso, xVug. 28, 1873. an*! 
was lo.^t in the great gale of Aug. 24 ; 5 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 809 

liiU-l:. Isaac', b. Nov. 23, ISoO; in. April 21, 1880, Carrie 

.Nforrisoii ; a inercliant : residciieo, Canso ; 3 e. 

IJl ir,. Gertie 3Iay-', b. Jan. 31 ; d. May 9, 18S1. 
rJM6. Harry Evt'lyu\ b. Marcli 12, IbS'^. 
r:MOa. Laura Dennis', b. Nov. S, iys7. 

1214T. Olivia^ b. July 8, 18.''.2 : in. Jan. 0, 1872, Capt. Thomas 

Ivoberts ; residence, Canstj ; 7 c. 

12148. Alonzo Roberts", b. Nov. 11. 1873. 

1214'J. Lottie K. l?(.berts% b. Oct. 29, iy74 ; d. Jan. 22, 18S1. 

12150. William Roberts'', b. March 6, 187G. 

12151. Cora Roberts\ b. Feb. 17, 1878 ; d. Jan. 27, 1881. 

12152. Tliomas Clyde Roberts^, j 

[b. April 22, 1881; 

12153. Marveklijie Roberts-', ) d. April 25, 1881. 
12153a. Wiunifred Letitia Roberts'', b. Feb., 1883. 

12154-. Jane', b. Oct. 3, 1855 ; m. Jan. 3, 1874, William Kirby ; 
a fisherman ; residence, Cans(j ; 2 c. 

12155. Lauria Ivirby^ b. Sept. 20, 1874. 

12156. David Kirby-', b. Dec. 17, 1878. 

12157. Ada', b. Ang. 16, 1861 ; iinman-ied. 

12158. LETITIA^ b. Sept. 18, 1864; m. 1. Jerry Morris; m. 2. 
George Harris ; residence, Boston. 



12159. in. JoiTN^ b. Nov. -4, 1797; m. Sept. 20, 1825, 
Eli/a Spurr ; after his iiiaiTiage, he resided for two years 
at Canso, tlien settled at Halifax for some years ; after 
residing for a time at Bi'idgetown, N. S., again in Halifax, 
and N. Y. Cit}', in 1874 lie removed to Annapolis, whei'e 
lie d. Oct. 29, 1878; was engaged in ship]nng and mer- 
cantile pursuits ; she d. Oct. 1, 1879 ; 7 c, all b. at Halifax, 
except Elizabeth Lee, who was b. at Ibldgetown. 

121G0. 1. James", b. Oct. 8, 1820; nnmarried ; a lawyer; resi- 
dence, San Francisco. 

12161. 2. Thomas SruKK', b. X()v.'17, 1829; m. Feb. 10, 1857, 
Louisa Tobias of Annapolis; v>as brought np a merchant; was in 
I'aitnership with his father in the firm of John A\'hitnian A: Son 
tor about live years ; 1857, went tu X. Y. City and engaged in the 
shipj)ii](v and commission trade with his brotlier Iiobert, under t!ie 
^ii'iu name of Whitman Bix-thers 6z Co.; in 1869, owing to ill- 
'iC'ulth, he went to Annapolis, where he has since resided; has been 



810 THE DKSCKNUAXTS OF i 

iii;nia<^er of the bi-aiidi of tlie Union Jlaiilc of Halifax and tlie Ilimk I 

of Nova Sc-otia ; nianauer of the Xova Se<»tia IJoyds ; .secretary atnl j 

treasurer of the Aeiulia S. S. Co. ; T c. | 

12103. CnARLEs\ 1). Fel). 2S, 1850; d. June 21, 1>^'>0. | 

12K5-I. Fraxcis C^TLKK^ h. Jan. IS, ISGI ; m. April 22, Iss.-, j 

Fhjrcnee Mary, (hini!;]iter of Judge J. Xornian Eitcliie of Ilalifnx ; ] 

residonee, San Franci.-eo. ,i 

12105. TiiOMAS Dwioiit'', b. Marcli 2, 180-t; residence, Oalcland. j 

CaL I 

12100. Yictok', 1». Oct. 5, FSOO ; i-e:sidence, Oakhind. I 

12167. John J'raslii^ b. Jnne 21, ISOS. j 

12J0S. Akthur ^AX1JI••IELD^ b. May 7, 1870. j 

12109. Loos^ b. Ang. 27, 1872. | 



12170. 3. Edward Spurr', b. Sept. FJ, 1830; d. Sept. 11, 1S3F 

12171. 4. Mary Ann', b. Sept. ; d. Dec. 29, 1832. | 

12172. 5. Jonx Edward', b. Halifax, Xov. 10, 1833; m.l.X.Y. | 
City, Yiay 2, 1857, Engenia Sarazin, b. Matan/a?, Cuba, May 21, J 
1838; d. Matanzas, Sept. 22, 1805; m. 2. Havana, Ang. 2i, 1873. j 
Clara Ubno, b. Matanzas, Xov. 9, isjo ; when a yonng man he went 1 
as sn];ercargo on a vo}-age to the West Indies, and settled in biisi- | 
uess at Havana, Cuba, remaining there till 1880, since which time j 
he lias been in X. Y. City; address, 10 Beaver st. ; -1 c. J 

12172a. Eugene^ b. Havana, Aug. 5, 1859; d, Dec. 0, 1802. ] 

12172b. Josephine^, b. Alatanzas, Dec. 10, 1800. I 

12172c. Eliza-, b. Matanzas, Aug. 2, 1805 ; d. Annapolis, X. S.. j 

Aug. 25, 1870. J 

121 72d. YdaS, b. Havana, Sept. 11, 187F J 



12173. 0. Elizabet[t Lee', b. Sept. 10, 1835; m. June 2F | 

1857, Edmund C. Twining; he has been a merchant ; nov: engaged | 

in a marine insurance company ; re.-idence, Halifax ; 7 c. I 

1217-1. Edmuxd TwixEvrA b. Ain-il 10, 1858; m. Geoi'U'iana. f 

daughter of John Stairs of Halifax; rc-idence, X. Y. City. | 

12175. C. Frederick TwixixcA b. ^^lav 24; d. Sept. 29, 1859. | 

12170. Harrv Esmoxd Twixixc;^, b. Xov. 19,1800; residence. j 

X. Y. Citv. ' I 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 811 

12177. Philip Jkfkkky Twixixo^ li. Sept. 7,1^02; graduated 
at tlie Itoyal ]\Ii]i(ai'v College at Iviiigv^ton, Canada; in Uoyal J*]n- 
ginecrs stationed in India. 

12178. Flokexci: Isahel Twinlxg-, b. Jan. 28, 1S(!5. 

12179. CiTAKLKs TwTxiXG^, b. Api'll IS, ISGG ; clerk in Bank of 
"^[<)!ltreal at Halifax. 

12180. Elizav-kth Maud Twixixg^ b. April lo, J 871. 

12181. 7. RonKi;T'. b. Sept. 10, 18:38; ni. Oct. 18, 1805, Mary 
Fi.slier of Sing Sing, X. Y. ; lie went to Xew York as a clerk in Lis 
brother's office, and wa? afterwards a iiieniber of the firin of AV hit- 
man Brothers it Co. ; npun the dissohition of that iirin he entered 
the eni]ilo_v of Brown Brothei'S & Co., bankers, of ]\. Y. City; lie 
d, Aiken, S. C, 1877, while traveling for his health; she resides 
Ann Arbor, ]\Iich. ; 2 c. 

12182. Philip^ b. Get. 16, ISGO. 

12183. Elsik^ b. Dec. 3, 1871. 



12184. IV. Dokcas'', b. Mm-ch 5, 1800; m. Jan. IG, 
1819, Capt. David, son of David and Tliaukful (Smitli) 
Bears, b. Capo NegTo, N. S., Oct. 18, 1796; d. Sept. 30, 
1873 ; asea captain ; they resided for a tinie at Canso, and 
tlien removed to ]\[nr]'aY River, Prince Edward Island; 
slie resides Murray Ri^er; 13 c, all living. 

'' A Remarkable Family Gathering. — On the 17th of 
July, 1887, one of the most remarkable gatherings occur- 
red, wliich probably ever took place in the Dominion of 
Canada, at the home of Ileniy A. Bears, Murray^ River, 
IVince Edward Island. The mother, Mrs. Dorcas Bears, 
tlie eldest daughter of the late Abraham Whitman of Canso, 
N. S., now aged 87 and one-half years, still enjoying all 
her faculties and in g(^od health, was favored with the 
gathering- of all her family of 13 children, who met for the 
Hrst tinae, to greet her, as an unbroken family, except the 
hither, who died some fourteen years ago, aged 77 years. 
I'lie first ])lace where all met was in the Temperance Ilall 
to engage in the worslii]) of Ciod together. The Rev. ^Fr. 
I'huniey preached from Genesis vii. 1: ' Coine thou and 



812 THE pp:5cendants of % 

! 

all til}' liouso into tlie ai-k.' Aftci- service the whole faniilv j 

rei)aired to the hoinestoad and took tea to^'Cther ; seiited, i 

^^•ith the mother at the head of the tal)le, the first-hc»rn on j 

her riiiht, hand and tlie rest in the order in which the^' weit- I 

born, bring-in_i:^" the \'(;iun<.»:e8t on the mother's lel't. Tlie | 

cvenino' was spent in sc»ci;d conversation and sini.nni'-. On 1 

Monday moi-ning (tlie 18th) a picture of the famil)- group 1 

was taken. The names and ages of tlie family are as fol- I 

lows: The motlie]*, l)oi'cas l^ears, aged 87 years G months; '\ 

James AY, Beai's, 67 years 8 months; Sarah A. Cook, G(! | 

years 3 months; Dorcas L. Grant, 64 years 9 njojiths; j 

Abraham W. Bears, 6o years; Mercy C. Ilorton, 61 years 1 

8 months ; Isaac A. Bears, 59 years 9 months; r)avid A. J 

Bears, 57 years 3 months; Rebecca E. Cook, 55 years 6 j 

months; Hannah E. Cuddy, 54 years; John F. Bears, 51 ,i 

years 8 months ; lleni'ietta J. l^rehaut, 48 years 10 months ; ] 

Henry A. Bears, 45 rears 6 months; George AV. Bears, | 

43 years 6 montlis — makinu" a total of S26 years 10 months. -j 

The grandcliildren now number 65 living and 28 dead; ] 

the orreat-iiTandchildren are 73 livino- and 4 dead. There ] 

were present also, at the gathering, a b]"other and sister ol" j 

the mother, whose united ages are 148 years." — lllojifrcal j 

Gazette, Aug. 3, 1887. 1 

— i 

12185. 1. James "Whitman Bears^, h. Nov. 20, 1810; m. 1. 1 

June 2, 1S12, Experience S. Darieri ; she d. Oct. 2, 1840 ; m. 2. ^Ia\ ] 

9, 1849, BhcIicI Gordon ; a farmer; residence, Mnrray Iii\cr ; 8 c. 1 

12180. BoKCAS Mary Beaks^ h. May IT; d. June 8, 1841. | 

12187. Sakau Caroline Bears^, b. June 2, 1845 ; nn June 20. \ 

1869, Albert Simpson ; a farmer and miller ; residence, Manchester, | 

N. S. ; 8 c. . - I 

12188. AniMUfla Lotitia Hart Simpson", b. March 18, iSTO. ' | 

12189. Sarah Olivia Silnpsoll^ b. June 12, t871. | 

12190. James AlbfrtSimpson». b. Nov. 1 J, 1872. ' | 

12191. Burton Jost Simpson^ b. May lit, 1874. | 

12192. Caroline Alberta Simpson', b. Oct. 28. 1875. -I 

12193. Alonzo Seyiuour Simpson^, b. Dec. 3, 1870. 5 
1219-1. Annie Adelia Experience Simpson*, b. Nov. 12. 1878. J 
12195. George Whitfield Simpson^ b. Nov. 4, 1881. J 

% 

'i 



JOHN WJHT.NrAX OF WP^YMOUTII. 813 

12100. David Johx P>KAIJS^ b. Fob. 3, IS.jO ; lesidcnce, Colorado. 

12i9T. ExrEii[i:.\X'E Anx Beaks*, b, Dec. S, 1851; iiiiDiarricd ; 
at liome. 

12108. Eli7.a Jane BEAP.s^ b. Mareli 30, 1854:; a teaclier. 

12100. Sarah CA^ri'BELL Beaks^, b. June 12, 185<! ; a teacher. 

12200. Alfked Hart I^eaks^, b. Auir. T, 1850; a teacher. 

12201. George Alexander Bears^ b. May 30, 1802; d. May 
27, 1S7G. 

12202. 2. Sarah Ann Bears', b. April 22, 1821 ; he Jan. 5, 
lSl-1, James W. Cook ; a I'uruier ; residence, Ixdle Creeh, P. E. I. ; e. 

12203. Abraham Whitman Cook«, b. Oct. 0, 184:1 ; m. Oct. G, 
1864:, Elleu McDonald ; a farmer ; residence. Tapper Belle Creek ; 9 c. 

12304. Francis Isaac Cook^ b. :Jarch 4, ISGo ; d. . 

12305. Abraham WhitmaD Cook^ b. March 24, 18G7. 
1230G. Donald McDonald Cook', b. June 11, ISOS. 

13307. James Wilham Cook^ b. Jan 5, 1871. 

13308. Angus CookS b. Aug. 0, 1873. 

13309. AVellmgton Dixon Cook^ b. Sept. 1, 1874. 
12210. Isabella Cook^ b. March 3, 1S7G. 

12311. Alfred Henry Cook^ b. Jan. 6, 1878. 
12212. Joseph Cool:^ b. May 23, 1879. 

12213, John Spearwater Cook\ b. June 5, 1843; d. June 2G, 
1853. 

12214:. Isaac Cook\ b. Jan. IG, 184-5 ; m. April 7, 1870, Susanna 
Bears ; a blacksmith ; residence, Belle Creek ; G c. 

12315. Benjamin Cook^ b. Feb. 13, 1871. 

13316. Daniel James Cook», b. Oct. 22, 1873 ; d. March 31, 1873. 

12317. David Albert Cook^, b. April 13, 1874 ; d. Sept. 4, 1876. 

13318. Mary Elizabeth Cook', b. June 13, 1876. 

13319. John Cook», b. June 26, 1879. 
13330. David Cook», b. July 31, 1881. 

12221. Joseph Cook^ b. Aug. 20, 184G ; d. JaiE 25, 1852. 

12222. Letitia CooK^ h. Aug. 28, 1818 ; m. Feb. 4, 1875, Donald 
^IcLcod ; residence, Montague Bridge ; 4 c. 

12333. James William McLeod', b. Jan. 21, 1877. 

12334. Angus McLeod-', b. Dec. 2. 1878. 
l"-i325. Christy McLeod", b. May 10. 1N80. 
12336. Donald McLeod^ b. :\Lircl) 14, 18S3. 

12227. James Cook^, b. 'May 14. 1851 ; m. Feb. 20, 1875, Flora 
-McC^uarrie ; a dealer in preserved lisli ; re.-,idence, Carlton Point ; 4 c. 



814 THE ])e.scp:ni)axts of 

13228. Surah Ann\ h. Dec. 213, 1S75. j 

12229. John Cook-', b. Doc. 2G. ISTT. , j 

12230. Margaret Ellen Cook", b. Nov. 18, 1880. -j 

12231. Mary Lctitia Cook', b. Oct. 2, 1882. i 

1223l>. Alfuki) Ok>k*, b. Oct. 20, 1S54; m. April 13, iSsl, | 

Haniiali Campbell ; a carpenter ; lesidencc, Carlton Point ; 1 c. | 

12232a. Charles Hector Cook', b. 31arch 15, 1882. | 

122o3. Chaklk.s Cook^ b. Feb. -1, 1S57; a farmer; residence, j 

Belle Creek. | 

12231. Fraxcis Cook^ b. July 11, ISGO ; a shoemaker ; residenct>, | 
Belle Creek. 



12235. 3. Dorcas Letitia Bfaics', b. Oct. 20, 1S22 ; m. Xov., j 
18-48, Abijali Grant ; a farmer; residence, JMnrray Jviver ; 6 c. j 

12236. William Grant\ b. Oct. 18, 1841); in. Dec, 1871, Mary \ 
Compton ; lie is in ]\[anitoba ; liis family reside ]\rurray Biver ; 5 c. ' 

12237. Simeon Grant^ b. Oct. 10, 1872. - I 

12238. Dorcas Letitia Grant^ b. Nov. 20, 1874. | 

12239. Emily Grant", b. Dec. 12, 1876. J 

12240. Isabella Grant-', b. Jnne 14, 1879. . j 
122-11. Mary Grant', b. Dec. 24, 1881. J 

12242. David Gra:<t\ b. Jan. 20 ; d. May 21, 1S51. | 

12243. CATnERixE Axx Graxt^ b. Jnne 14, 1853; m. Sept. 24, I 
1878, J. Dimock Gosbee; a seaman; 2 c. j 

12214. Georgiana Gosbee", b. Feb., 1879. | 

12245. Letitia Gosbee^ b. Dec. 6, 1880. ' | 

12240. Alexani.ei; GraxV, b. Sept. 8; d. Oct. 25, 1854. 

12247. Dorcas Letitia Graxt^, b. Dec. 9, 1855; m. Aug. 8, 1 

1878, John Gosbee; a lisherman ; residence, Mnrray Biver; 3 c. ] 

12248. David Henry Gosbee', b. Jan., 1879. | 

12249. Mabel Gosbee\ b. 3Iarch, 1880. j 
12200. Catherine Ann Gosbee", b. Nov. 22, 1882. 1 

12251. BoiiERT Graxt'', b. March 4, 1858 ; unmarried; a farmer ; | 

residence, ]\hirray liiver. 1 

. I 

■ I 

12252. 4. Bev. Auraiiam Whit.max Bears', b. July 20, 1824; m. ,| 
Sept. 12, 1S4(!, Drusilla Cahoon ; an alJc minister, belonging to the | 
Baptist denonn'nation ; at present, settled at Ingram Biver, X. S. ; ('• ,1 

12253. Clara IlAxxAn Bears^, b. Aug. 0, 1848; m. Dec. 3, j 
1872, Charles M. Ilnxford ; a preserver of lish and meat ; residence, | 
Cliester, X. S. ; 1 e. ;| 
122.54. (A daughter; Iluxford", b. Dec. 10, 1878. I 



JOHN WinT>[AN OF WEYMOUTH. 815 

12255. Sakak Jank Bjoaks^ b. Feb. 25, ISiO ; m. Feb. 23, 1872, 
AVilliam IJi-idge ; no issue. 

12256. Barak Aiu.iau Beaks^ b. April 18, 1850; d. June 4, 
1852. 

12257. Cakkie Makia Beaks^, b. M;iy 80, 1853 ; d. Jan. 30, 1873. 

12258. CuAKLEs Si'iJuiEON Beaks^, b. i\[ay 20, 1858 ; ca telegraph 
oi)erator at Torbay, xs. S. 

12259. OcTAviA S. Beaus^ b. Fel). 17, 1801 ; ni. Oct. 20, 1879, 
Willard P. King ; a bank accountant ; she is a telegraph operator ; 
residence, Antigonish, X. S. ; 2 c. 

r22m. Walter 1-aiuson King', b. Ffb. 19, 1880. 
12261. Wiley Emerson King'^ b. June 6, 1833. 



12262. 5. :Mercy Carolixe Be.iks^, b. Xov. 27, 1825 ; m. Feb. 1, 
1850, John \Yilliani Ilorton ; a sea captain ; residence, Murray 
River; 12 c, all uinnarried and residing at Murray River. 

12263. xb^ELiA Expekiexce IIorton", b. Oct. 30, 1850; a dress- 
maker. 

1226dt. David Albert IIortox^ b. Jan. 26, 1 852 ; a farmer. 

12265. WiLLiA^r Alexa:nt)er HoRTON^ b. Aug. 7, 1851: ; a seaman. 

12266. Dorcas ^vIary IIorton^, b. Xov. 19, 1856. 

12267. HAXNAn Elizabeth Horton^, b; Oct. 23, 1858 ; a dress- 
maker. 

12268. Abraham AYumrAN IIorto^-^ b. Dec. 11-. 1862 ; d. . 

12269. Adeline Olivia IIorton^ b. Oct. 6, 1866. 

12270. Isabella M^uma IIoRTo^■^ b. Oct. 26, 1867. 

12271. Henrietta .Jane Horton^, ) d. Sept. 20, 1879. 

> b. Sept. 3, 1 869 ; 

12272. Mercy Caroline Horton^, ) d. Xov. 2, 1871. 

12273. John Artemus IIorton^, b. Oct. 19, 1870. 

1227J. George AVhitfield IIorton^ b. July 22, 1872 ; d. Xov. 
19, 1875. 



12275. 6. Isaac Alfred Bears', b. Oct. 3, 1827; m. Jan. 20, 
1852, Ivcbecca ^vlalay ; a teacher and farmer ; residence, Peters 
Road, P. E. I. ; 12 c' 

12276. James Harris Bears®, b. Xov. 19, 1852; a farmer; resi- 
denr-e. Glen AYilliams, P. E. I. 



12294. 7. David Albekt Leaks', b. April 6, 1830; m. 1. Fel). 
21,1856, Isabella McDonald; d. April IS, 1866; m. 2. Oct. 2:^.. 
1882, Annie McDonald ; a farmer ; residence, North River, P. E. I. ; 
6 c. 

12295. Alfred IIexky Bears^ b. Jan. 6, 1857; ni. Nov. 21. 
1881, Laranid Jane Morton; a carpenter; residence, Charlottetown, 
P. E. I. ; 1 c. 

12296. Isabella Irene Bears^ b. Aug. 24, 18S2. 

12297. DoxALD Beaks^, b. Jnly 11, 1858 ; a teacher ; d. niunarrieil. 

12298. David Albekt Beaks, Jk.^, b. March 16, 1861 ; d. ^\ n.ir- 
17, 1881. 

12299. Jaxet Robektsox Beaks^ b. Jan. 25, 1863 ; d. June b'-. 
1880. 

12300. Isabella Beaks^, b. March 29, 1866. 



816 THE descendants of I 

12277. AYiLLiAM IIen'ry Beaks\ b. 'MduAi 22, 1851; in. ^^lav s, | 

1878, Jane Jenkins; a farmer; residence, Peters Poad ; 3 c. | 

12278. Rebecca Ann BL•a^s^ b. 1879. I 

12279. George Harris Bears", b. Oct., 1880. j 

12280. ■ Bears', b. 1882. 1 

12281. PosAxxA BeaksI b. Ano-. 17, 1855; d. Sept.. 1859. ] 

12282. Isaac Bkaks\ b. Nov. 17, 1856 ; m. Dec. 25, 1882, Bella I 
Brnce ; a fanner; residence, Peters Eoad. | 

12283. DoKCAS AVniTMAX Beaks^ b. April 10, lS5b ; m. Dec, 

1880, George Reynolds; a blacksmith; re^idence, AVhini Ruaii. | 

P. E. I. ; 1 c " " j 

12284. Ellen Zvlay Cameron Reynolds", b. April, 1882. 1 

12285. xVgxes Campbell Bears^, b. Feb. 11, 1860; ]il April 5, j 

1882, Joseph Kennedy ; a farmer ; residence, Peters Road ; 1 c. | 

12286. Harris Kennedy'^, j 

12287. Mercy Cakolixe Bears^, 1). Nov. 30, 1861 ; m. Dec. 18, j 

1879, William McDonald ; residence, Peters Road ; 1 c. | 
12288. George Heath McDonald'', b. Jan., 1882. j 

12289. Arthuk Beap.sI b. May 23, 1863. I 

12290. Robert BEARS^ b. April 1, 1865. I 

12291. Hexrietta Jaxe Beaks^ b. May 22, 1866. 

12292. Elizabeth Johnstoxe BEAKS^ b. June 9, 1869. 

12293. Esther Axx BEAKs^ b. Jnlv 9, 1871. 



JOny WHITMAN OF WEY]\rOUTII. 81 7 

12301. S. Er.iiEccA Elizabeth Beak-s", b. Dec. 4, 1831 : m. Aug:. 
17, 1S53, Dounis Francis C;Ook ; a fanner and sliip-builder ; resi- 
dence, Murray Kiver ; 3 c. 

12302. James Alexandek Cook^ b. Jan. 21, 1857 ; d. . 

12303. l.ELTA Ada Cook'*, b. Dec. 17, lSr)0. 
1230tt. Leoxaep Thomas Cook^ b. June 2, ISGl. 



12305. 9. Hannah Eliza Beaks', b. Jnlj 24, 1S32 ; m. Nov. 2, 
1867, James Cuddy ; residence, INIurray Biver ; 4 c. 

12306. Clara Eliza Cuddy^, b. Jan. 24, 1869. 

12307. Maeta Isabella CuDDY^ b. May 28, 1870. 

12308. James Augustlts Cuddy*, b. May 28, 1871. 

12309. Silas William Cuddy^ b. Oct. 28, 1878. 



12310. 10. John Fkancis Be.u^s', b. jN'ov. 10, 1835 ; in. Feb. 15, 
1859, Flora McFadgen ; a carpenter ; residence. So. Boston, Mass. ; 
6 c. 

12311. Albert ED^VARD Beaes^, b. Nov. 13, 1860 ; a carpenter ; 
residence, So. Boston, Mass. 

12312. George Whttfield Bears'', b. Oct. 20, 1862; a clerk; 
residence. So. Boston. 

12313. Malcolm Francis Bear5\ b. May 26, 1866. 

12314. Isabella BEAES^ b. Feb. 6, 1871. 

12315. Saj^ah Ann BEAKs^ b. Kov. 26, 1876, 



12316. 11. Henrietta Jean Bears'', b. Sept. 5, 1838; in. June 
13, 1860, Cliarles Thome Brchaut ; a farmer ; residence, jMnrray 
Harbor ; 8 c. 

12317. CnARLon-E Maciion Brehaut^, b. March 22, 1861 ; m. 
April 9, 1881, James II. Brooks; a carriage builder; residence, 
Murray Harbor ; 1 c. 

12318. Milliceut Brook3% b. July 29. 1S82. 

12319. Evangelin-e Thome Beehaut^, b. June 3, 1862 ; d. March 
11, 1863. 

12320. EvALiNE Francis BREHAUT^ b. March 9, 1864. 

12321. Sarah Ann Brehaut^ b. i\Iay 7; d. June 7, 1869. 

12322. Howard Georgj; Brehaut^ b. Jan. 24, 1872. 

53 



818 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

12323. Julia A^iiitmain^ BkehautS, b. Mareli 25, 1874. 
12324:. Leslie Ciiakles Bkehaut^, b. Dec. 6, 1877; d. Jan. 2.S, 
ISSl. 

12324a. Alva J^.kehaut^ b. July 1, 1883. 



12325. 12. IIex];y Allexi Beat;s\ b. Dee. 20, 1841 ; m. Feb. 7, 
ISCO, Tiiscilla Jane Hawkins; a farmer; residence, Murray Tvivei-; 
8 c. 

12326. Eleanor Latinia BEAKs^ b. April 20, 1807. 
1232Ga. Elizal'p:tii Ann BE^u:s^ ] 

[b. April 25, ISr.O, 

12327. 13 AVID ]\rATniAs Bears^ ) d. July 24, 1800. 

12328. Alex^^ndra Louisa Ally Beaks^ b. May 2-1, 1871. 
12320. Cyrus Wilfred Bears'^, b. Dec. 2, 1870. 

12330. Elsie Gertrude Bears\ b. Oct. 2, 1878 ; d. April 2, 1885. 

12331. Ealph Pascal Bears^ b. Jan. 8, 1883. 
12331a. Sidney Whitfield Bears'', b. Sept. 17, 1887. 



12332. 13. George Whitfield Bears^, 1). Feb. 1, 1844; m. Jan. 
6, 1875, EvehTi Susan, daughter of Howes and ITuldab (IIardin<i:) 
Mayo of Frankfort. Me., b. j\Lay 4, 1853 ; a traveling agent, con- 
nected with the firm of Knight cfe Mayo of Boston; residence, 143 
Saratoga st., E. Boston, Mass. ; 3 e. 

12333. Blanche Dorcas Beaes^ b. May 11, 1877. 

12334. BERTRA.M Beaes^ b. ; d. June 18, 1880. 

12335. Morris ILivrKEs Bears^ b. Dec. 27, 1882 ; d. Jan. 7, 1883. 



12336. Y. Mekcy^ b. Jan. 3, 1802; m. Nov. 11, 1824, 
Joseph Wheelock of l^ridgetown, Annapolis County, where 
they resided; a merchant and sliip-builder and ownci'; 
held tlie office of justice of peace for a long- tei-m of years; 
she d. July 9, 1869; he d. xVpril 27, 1880; 11 c.,^all b. 
Bridgetown. 

12337. 1. John Whitman Wheelock', b. Sept. 11, 1825: ni. 
Litchfield, Conn.. Oct. 17, 1807, Maiy Fairchild Adams, b. Bath. 
Steuben Co., X. Y., Jan. 10, 1838; a merchant, engaged in the oil 
business in X. Y City ; head of the firm of J. AV. Wheelock it Co.. 
lis i\laiden Lane ; residence, Jh-ooklyn, X. Y. ; 4 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 819 

J233S. Maky Mekoy Wiip:elock'', 1). Aug. 17, 18T1 ; d. Jan. 4, 
J 872. 

12;;5;>0. Sakah Adams "Wiikei.ock^ b. Dec. 10, 1873. 

1231-0. JosEpfi Adams AVni:EL()('K*, b, Oct. 27, 1875. 

12341. Jui.iA AVifEELOCK^, 1). Jan. IG, 1877. 



12342. 2. James x\.A[AKiAn AVnEELocK''', b. Mav 5, 1827; m. 
rromwell, Conn., Jnne 10, 1857, Harriet W. Sa'^'a^'c, b. Cromwell, 
April 25, 1S31 ; a nianufar-turer of iire-arms at ]\[iddieto^\^l, Conn. ; 
lie d. Crojnwell, Nov. 10, 1875 ; 1 e. 

12343. Jamie A^^nEEL0CK^ b. Sept. 24; d. Sept. 25, 1859. 



12344. 8. Abrah^ym WniTMAX A\"heelock*, b. Juno 1, 1829; 
inunarried ; a farmer; residence, St. Paul, Minn. 

12345. 4. Joseph Albert Wheelock', b. Feb. 8, 1831 ; m. Con- 
cord, In. IL, ]\[ay 14, 1801, Katliarine Frencli ; residence, St. Paul; 
is editor and a lai'ge owner in the Pioneer Press^ puWislied in tliat 
city ; 4 c. 

12346. Theodore French AVheelock^ b. Feb. 23, 1SG2 ; d. July 
15, 1863. 

12347. Katrine "\\"heelock^, b. Jan. 38, 18G5. 

12348. Mary Ellen Wheelock^ b. Feb. 15, 18G7. 

12349. Webster ■^V^EEL0CK^ b. Dec. 7, 1870. 

12350. 5. Chakloite Letitia AYiieelock'^, b. Sept. 28. 1832 ; in. 
Middlctown, Conn.. Oct. 26, 1SG5, William Alder Miller, b. Sbel- 
burne, X. S., March 24, 1824; is agent of the Pioneer Press; 
residence, Minneapolis, Minn. ; 4 c. 

12351. Catharine Ellen Miller^ b. Aug. 4, 18G6. 

12352. William Edwin Miller^, b. Jan. 28, 1S6S ; d. May 13, 
1809. 

12353. Mary Mabel ]\Iiller^ b. June 9, 1869. 

12354. George Alexandp:r ]Miller^, b. Jan. 9, 1872. 



12355. G. Jesse Tarbell Wheelock''', b. Aug. 19, 1834 ; d. Xov. 
14, 1835. 

12356. 7. Hannah Maria Wheelock\ b. Aug. 5, 1836; m. Jan. 
3, 1860, Edward W. Chipman ; a merchant; residence, St. Paul, 
^liiiu. ; G c. 



820 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

12357. Staxlky Wiikklock CHIl^^rA^■^ 1). Jan. 1 ; <1. Oct. 2, ISD-j. 

1235S. Lewis Ed\val-i> ChtirMAN^ 1). Jan. IT, ]S(U. 

12359. Fredekick J. A. CTIT^MA:^■^ ]•. Dee. 20, ISGC. 

12360. Frank Lauchlan OmPMAN^ 1>. ^.laivh 1, 1SG8. 
12301. Florence Beatrice Chipman-, I). Jan. 2S, "JS70. ] 
123G2. ^Faria Faeline ('HIrM.vN^ b. June 1, 1S72. 



12308. n. AViLLiAM xVnderson Black AViieelock", b. Marcli 20, 
1841; m. Xov. 27, 1S(»0, "Minnie E". G. Ward; a mercliant ; resi- 
dence, St. Pan! ; 5 c. 

12309. Edward Ja:»ies Weeelock^ 1). Aug:. 28, 1867. 

12370. Joseph Lockwood Wiieelock-, b, Oct. 10, 1869 ; d. July 
21, 1870. 

12371. Louis Ward Wiieelock^, b. Nov. 7, 1870. 

12372. Gertrude Mercy Wheelock^ b. July 8, 1873. 

12373. Minnie AVniT>tAN Wheelock^, b. Ang. 28, 1870. 



12303. 8. Jesse Edwin AViieelock^ b. June 15, 1838; d. St. I 

Panl, AliniE, March 12, 1879 ; uninarrieJ ; a lawyer and IT. S. laml i 

agent at Fargo, Dak. | 

12301. 9. Mary Eli.en Wheelock", b. May G, L810 ; d. St. Pan], I 

Is^ov. 13, 18G5. I 

12365. 10. Anna Augusta Wheelock', b. Aug. 20, 1812 ; rn. :| 

July 27, 1877, Edwin Pvuggles ; a lawyer; residence, Bridgetown, j 

]Si. S.; 2 c. ^^ ' 1 

12300. Edwin DwianT PuGGLES^ b. Aiarcli 18, 1879. j 

12367. Joseph AYheelock Euggles\ h. Marcli 20, 1880. | 



12374. VL Hannah^ b. May 10, 1804; m. 1. Feb. 3, 

1842, George Norris of Halifax; be d. July 24, LS65 ; m- | 

2. Nov. 1, 1870, Joseph Wlieelock, luisbaiul of lier si.ster | 

Mercy, and removed to Dridgetowii, where she d. June IL j 

1877^; he d. April 27, 1880; 3 c. 1 



12375. 1. ILvNNAii ]\rARiA XoRRis', 1). Ca]^e Can^o, Kov. :'"■ j 

1842; m. Ptangoon, Bunnali. Jan. 31, 1S74, Pev. William F. Aim- j 

strong; she went out to Bunnali as a niissiunary of tlie Ikq'!!-' | 

Women's ;Missi(.)i Aid Society of Nova Scotia; in 1880 they 'v I 



j 



JOTJX WJii'i'MAN OF \vevmol:tii. 821 1 

1 

tuiiu'd lioine, reinainijijj;' till 1^84, \\lieii tliey returned to BiiniiHli j 

uiidoi' the A.uierieaii Px-Mrd of Foreign ]\[i.^sious ; 4 c. | 

J.237G. Katie WniT>rAX Ai;MSTn()>;o^ 1). Vvh. 5, 1875. | 

12MTT. ]\1ay ?^'oK]:Is AinrsTRoxa\ h. ^lay M; d. ]\Iay 10, 1870, j 

12378. EnxKr^T ]\ri:Lvn.rK Akmsti;ox(;^, 1). Xov. 5, 1878. j 

12379, Fkicdkkic Manxixg AiorsTEOxr/. b. April 1, 1880. \ 



12380. 2. Sak.mi AxxiE Mi xcv Xokkis', 1). Aug. 20, 1811; in. 
A]>ril 27, ISG'J, iJurtou Jost ; a luerehant of Guysborougli, X, S. ; 
10 c. 

12381. Hubert Norkis Jost^, b. May 11; d. July 6, 1870, 

12382. Alfred Burtox Jost", b. Sept. 20, 1871. 

12383. EsTELLA Maria Georgixa Jost^ b. April 29, 1873, 
12381, Arthur CR,v>-bWicK Jost\ b. Oct. 17, 1871, 
12385, Bessie Xorris Jost^, b. Dee. 21, 1870. 

12380. Cjiarles EmvAiiD JosT^ b. Aug. 11, 1878. 

12387. CiiinsTORiiER xVrx.ajsd Jost^, b. Dec. 15, 1879. 

12388. George Xorris Jost^ b. July 11, 1881. 

12388a. Harold Staxlev JosT^ b. Marcli 27 ; d. Oct. 1, 1883. 
123SSb. Leslie Gordox Jost^ b. Alareli 9, 1887. 



12389. 3. Lucie Georgixa Xorris', b. Sept. 23, 1818 ; in. July 
9, 1877, Dr. A\^illiaiu Davison ]\Iaeken;^ie, M.D., of Parrsborougli, 
N. S. ; he was for many years inspector of schools for Cumberland 
and part of Colchester Counties ; 1887, remo\ed to Liglewood, Los 
Angelos, Cal. ; 5 c. 

12390. George X^orris :^[ACKEXZIE^ b. Max 10. 1878. 



12391. Helex Xorris :N[ackexzie8, \ d. 1883. 

[b. Dec. 30, 1879; 

12392. Carrie AVhitmax ?>L\ckexzifA ) d. 1883. 



12393. Mariox Louise Mackexzie^, b. March 3, 1881. 
12391. Keith Ca^u'bell Mackexzie'^, b. June 20, 1882. 



12395. VIL Letitia's 1). Dec. IG, LSOC ; m. June 30, 
LSol, AVilliam, son of Tyrus and Mai-tha (IngTahani) ILirt 
oFGuysborougb, X. S., b. Jan. 11, 1803 ; d. April DJ, 188G ; 
•slie d, Nov. 3, 188L; 10 c. ' 



1 



822 TPTE DESCENDANTS OF 

12-^1»G. 1. WiLLfAM IIkxuv TIaht', b. Aug. 24, 1^32; m. Jiuic 
17, IST)-!, Kate rM>]i])iii ; a lueicliant ; i-csidenee. Halifax; is al>o 
Anstro-liiingariau and Italian \'ice-Coiisiil ; no issue. 

12307. 2. Jamks Edwakd Hakt', b. Oct. 5, 1S34; ni. Dec. 24, 
1857, IJarrict F. Cunningham ; ivsidunce. >,'ort:liainptoii, Mass. ; 2 c. 

1230s. Edwakd FiJAxcis Hakt", b. Oct. 30, ISO! ; ni. xVug. 3, 
1887, Marion C. SIkiav of Halifax; 1 e. 
12398a. Violet Fraser Hurt-', b. June 10. 1SS8. 

12300. Clarence William IIakt', b. April 10, ISGG; d. Juno 
20, 1885. 



12400. 3. Alfred ^Y. IIaf.t', ]>. Feb. 5, 1837; m. Feb. 23, ISGl, 
Mary KarraAvay ; a merchant ; residence, Cape Canso ; no issue. 

12401. 4. Abkam Whitman Eart", b. Feb. 1, 1840; m. Feb. 
10,1803, Maria "W. Cmmingliani ; a uiercliaiit ; i-esidence, Boston, 
Mass. ; 2 c. 

12402. Gut Carlton IIatjt^ b. Feb. 24, 1SG5. 

12403. Percie William Edward IlAia-', b. Jan. 27, 1S70. 



12404. 5. Charles H. Hart', b. Oct. 30, 1841 ; d. Feb. 14, 1842. 

12405. 6. Letitia A. Hart", b. Feb. 12, 1843 ; ni. May 24, 18G0, 
AYilliam F. Des Bari-es ; residence, Guysborough ; 5 c. 

1240G. Fredefjck AVilliam AVallet Des Barres', b. March 
10, 18G7. 

12407. Erxest Bupert Des Barres^ Tl Feb. 5, 1SG9. 

12408. MixxiE Letitja Des Barres^ 1). Aug. 20, 1870. 

12409. AuRREY IIexry Hart Des BARREs^ b. Aug. 24, 1878. 
12409a. Harriet Aucusta Des Barres^ b. Nor. 17, 1S84. 



12410. 7. Cari:je M Hart', b. Kov. 25, 1845. 

12411. 8. George X. W. Hart', b. June G, 1847; unmarried: 
a merchant ; residence, Halifax. 

12412. 9. CiEATTiE C. Hart', h. Aug. 20, 1849; m. July lb 
1878, Leonard C. Harrington; residence, Antigonisli, N. S. ; 3 c. 

12413. :N[aud Hart Harrixgtox^ b. July 11, 1879; d. Au-^ 
30, 1880. 

1 241 4. Leslie William Harrexgtox-", b. June, 1881 ; d. —• 

124Ma. Letitia Hazel Harrixgton-, b. Feb., 1884. 



JOHN ^VHIT^rxVN of WEY:\rouTii. 823 

12415. 10. Lkwis E. ]lA]n\ 1.. March 4, 1S53 ; lu. Dec. 14, ISSl, 
LuciiKJa Kutchct^ou; a iiicrcliant ; resi<1ence, Guyr^boruiigli ; 3 c. 

12415a. Yernon :nojm.l IIaktS^ b. A^')v. 20, 1SS2. 

124151). William .\lwyx IIart«, b. May 25, 1SS4. 

12415c. NoioiAX Hart", b. July 4, ISSS. 



1241G. VIII. Sarah M.", b. Nov. 26, 1808; m. 1834, 
AVilliam Johnston, son of Daniel a'ncl P^nnna (Jolniston) 
Bigelovr, h. Horton, Oct. 23, 1806 ; residence, Cape Canso ; 
she d. April 4, 18(U ; 7 c. 



12417. 1. James A\". Bigelow', b. Is35 ; m. 1857, Sarah, daugh- 
ter of James and Lois (Xicliols) Paysant of "NVolfville ; ^Yas for many 
years engaged in the shijiping trade at Cape Canso ; retired from 
business in 1875, and has since resided at Wolfville ; 5 c. 

12418. James P. Bigelow*, b. 185S ; is engaged in business in 
the iS'orthwest Territory, C^anada. 

12419. Lois E. BigelowS, b. 18C0; m. ISSO, D. Graham Chid- 
den ; residence, Antigonish ; 4 c. 

12420. Hilda ^Vlliddeu^ b. E^82. 

12420a. Charles W. AVluddeir', b. Aug. 4, 18S3. 

12420b. Veda Estelle ■\Vhidd.;iv', b. Aug. 28, 1SS4. 

12420c. "Wallace Graham Wliiddeu^ b. Oct., 1887. 

12421. LEAn Pamelia Bigelow«, 1). 1863; m. Oct. 8, 1884, 
Edgar "VVhidden of Antigonish ; 2 e. 

12421a. Gladys Evelj-n Whiddpn-', b. July 24, 18S5. 
12421b. Emma Eunice AVluddeiv', b. Nov. 29, ISSG. 

12422. Ulysses S. CrRAXT Bigelow^ b. 1SG9. 
12422a. Horace Howe Bigelow^ b. 1S73. 



12423. 2. Sarah S. Bigelow^, b. July 8, 1836; d. April 23, 
1849. 

12424. 3. Emma JoHXSox BIGELow^ b. Aug. 28,1838; m. Jan. 
5, 1800, Thomas Cutler, soil of Francis and Klr/M (Cummigham) 
Oooh, b. Guysboivjiigh, Aug. 20, 182S ; a merchant; residence. Cape 
C'anso ; 10 c. 

12425. Sarah Eliza Cook', b. April 21, 1802; m. Xoy. 7, LS79, 
Charles Lohnes. 



824 THE DESCENDANTS OF 1 

•i 

124:2t". Fkank Eigf.i.ow Cuok'', b. ]\Iay G, 1803; a mereliant ; I 

residence, Griiuee Landiiii:-, Cal. ) 

i 

12427. Soi'HiA Pamklia Cook'*, b. Oct. 15, 1805 ; d. Sept. 6, IStJS. j 

J242S. AViLLiAM Jamks Coleman CooK■^ b. July 15, 1807; ;i J 

salesman "with A. oV. Wliinnan tt Son, Canso. i 

12429. Emma irAKKiEi Cook^, b. Oct. 15, 1809. | 

12430. George Cunningham Cook^, b. May 10, 1871. \ 
12430a. M.vjuA Xokris CooK^ b. Oct. 31, 1873. | 

12430b. Lavinia WiiiTMAN Cook', b. Jan. 13, 1870 ; d. Jnne S, j 

1881. j 

12430c. Edna Co-rkina Cook^ b. Sept. 22, 1879. 1 

12430d. Thomas AYhitman Cook', b. Sept. 10, 1882. j 



12431. 4. Hannah W. Bigelow', b. Dec. 31,1840; d. Jan. 7. 1 
1842. ' J 

12432. 5. Pamela M. Bigelow', b. Jan. 25, 1842; in. June 12. | 
1865, Rev. Joseph JI. Kenipton ; a Baptist minister, settled at Free- j 
port, Yarmouth County; 5 c. ] 

12432a. A. Judson Xempton^ b. Dec. 21, 1866. j 

12432b. AuTHUR C. KEMPT0N^ b. Max 0, 1S09. " J 

1 

12432c. William B. Kempto:n8, b. Sept. 9; d. Xov. 12, 1874. I 

12432d. LiLA May Ivemi'ton^ b. July 31, 1870. ] 

12432e. Harold B. Kempton^ b. Feb. 4, 1879. j 

12433. 6. Abraham W. BiGELOw", b. Xov. 5,1843; he 1. Jan. I 
21, 1865, Eimna Wylde, b. 1840 ; m. 2. Jan. 1, 1878, Sarah Pylc. j 
b. Oct. 20, 1858 ; residence, Guysborough ; 3 c. J 

12433a. LiLA Emma Bjc^olows, b. Sept. 27, 1879. I 

12433b. Carrie Hazel BigelowS, b. Dec. 20, 1885. I 

12433c. AVilliam Samuel Bigelow^, b. Fel). 14, 1887. I 



12434. 7. Sadie J. Bigelow', b. Jan. 17, 1850; m. Wolfville. I 

i 

Sept. 12, 1872, Rev. James W. Manning; a minister, settled at ] 

Halifa.x ; has been over Xo. Baptist Churcli for past fourteen ycar.^ : | 

5e. 'I 

124.34a. Harry Yaughan Manning^ b. Xov. 11, 1874 ; d. — | 

12434b. Ralph Erskine Manning^ b. June 7, 1875 ; d. -. i 



JOHN WIJITMAX OF WErMOUTH. 825 

12-i3tl:c. AViLKY ^kCiAsiocK MANA^Jxrj', 1). Junc 3, ISSO. 

12-t3id. r.oDiE ■^VHn^rAX .MaxmxgI b. May 17, 1882 ; d. . 

1213-Jc. Dora Dkax ^[axxinoI b. Julv K., 1888. 



12435. IX. Abraham X.*',b. March 2G, 1814; m. March 
20, 1841, Laviiiia, daugjiter of 4'yi'us and ^laitha (Ingra- 
ham) Hart of Giiysborough, ]j. xMay 18, 1823; lie suc- 
ceeded to his fatlier's business, and has carried it on for 
nearly fifty years : 9 c, all b. Ca])e Canso. 

1243G. 1. Julia', b. Jan. 15, 1842; inimarried, 

12437. 2. Albert', b. March 7, 1811; d. May 21, 1848. 

12438. 3. Clemext', b. July 21, 1840; iii. Jan. 10, 1871, Olivia 
Xarraway ; ciigaged in business at Canso ; no issne. 

12439. 4. ITaruiet Marta^ b. Mareli 2, 1849 ; m. Oct. 30, 1807, 
"Wiley Smith ; a merchant ; residence, Halifax ; 2 c. 

12440. Mabel AVnmrAx Smitr^ b. 3[ay 30, 1809. 

12441. Leigh Wiley Whitman" Siirni^, b. Sept. 30, 1878. 



12442. 5. Elxathax', b. April 17, 1850; d. Xov. 8, 1851. 

12443. 6. Layixia". 1). March 30, 1852; nnmarried. 

12444. 7. Arthur", b. Xov. 14, 1854 ; m. 1885, Snsan Smith of 
Halifax ; in business at Halifax ; 1 c. 

12444a. CathaeixeS, July 18, 1887. 

12445. 8. Caeolixe', b. July 14, 1850; unmarried. 

12446. 9. Edward", b. Dec. 10, 1801 ; in business at Canso. 



12447. Mercv^ (514), John^ Jolnf, Zecharialr, John\ 
b. March 29, 1763 ; m. about April, 1787, Kelson Freeman, 
b. July 14, 17G4; d. March 21, 1819; residence, Milton, 
Queens Co., N. S, ; she d. Feb. 13, 1828; 9 c. I. Sa- 
lome^ II. Mercy^ III. Whitman''; IV. David''; V. Kli/a'-, 
VI. Parna''; VIL Xelson'' ; Vlll. Mary'^ IX. Ed^vard 
I'erkins'l 



S2C> THE DESCEXDAN'I'S OF 

12448. I. Salome Fkeeman'', 1). April 20, 1788; m. I.n 
Rev. Jolm Pnyzaiil, Sept. 1, 180;', John l^ayzant, b. 4 
inoiitli, N. S., Jnly i», 178(;; d. Iiivorj)Ool, N. S., Sept. 12, 
1862; she d. Nov. 27, 1852; tlicy settled in 1812 j.t 
Pleasant River, Queens County; 7 c. 



I - 



12440. 1. Jonx rAVZANX', h. Jun. 21, 1810; in. April 8, 1S3S, ] 

Is^ancy llaniiiu'tt ; residence, Poi't ]\roiilMn, Queens County; lie d. ] 

Dec. 5, 18S7 ; 5 c. i 

12450. Rebecca PAYZA^■T^ h. Mareli 11, 1839 ; m. Jan. 1, 18G2, ] 

William Blowers ; residence, Port Montrm ; uo issue. :| 

12151. Harriet Payzaxt^ b. Oct. 2ll, 1840; m. IMay 28, 18(12, j 

James G. Arnold; residence, 38 Howe St., Haverhill, i\[ass. ; 3 c, j 

12453. Winnet Aruold^ b. Jan. 6, 1803. | 
13453. Henrietta Arnold", b. ^Nlareh 14. 1SG9. I 

12454. iVnnie Elizabeth ArnokP, b. May IM, 1871. j 

12455. Joseph Freemax Payzant^ l>. Feb. 13, 184-i ; he sailed j 
from Liverpool, X. S., 1S6S, bound for West Indies; the vessel ] 
was lost with all on board. | 

12456. Hannah Payzant", b. Sept. 28, 1847 ; m. Jan. 4, 1872, j 
John Bushen ; residence. Port jMonton ; 5 c. j 

12457. Laura :\Ia3- Busllen^ b. May 18, 1875. j 

12455. Jessie May Bushen^ Oct. 20, 1876. I 

12459. Ida Blanche Bushen', b. Nov. 14, 1878. 'I 

12460. William Arthur Bushen^ b. Feb. IS, 1881. J 

12461. Harriet Eveline Bushen", b. Nov. 7, 1883. :| 

12402. John E. Payzant'^, b. March 22, 1849 ; m. Jan. 19, 1872, j 

Elizabeth, daughter of George and Rebecca (Smith) jS'ickerson, !'. J 

Aug. 4, 1848 ; residence, Port Monton ; 5 c. | 

12463. Joseph Edward Payzant^, b. June 28, 1873. ^ 

12464. Everit Bond Giles Payzant^ b. June 10, 1875. .^ 

12465. Lillian ]\Iaude Payzant-', b. May 21, 1878. 4 

12466. Cliirord Stanley Payzant", b. Oct. 4, ISSl. | 

12467. Wilbert Cleveland i^ayzant^ b. March 27, 1885. j 

..1 

1246S. 2. Nelson Payzant^ b. Feb. 13, 1812; m. Nov. 2'J. | 

1837, Ljdia Innes ; he d. June 28, 1873 ; she has resided since 1>''' | 

at Lower JNIontague, P. E. I. ; 5 c., all residing at White Point. | 

N. S. ^ j 

124(;Sa. Jason Payzant\ b. March 13, 1839; m. Jan. 1, 1857, 5 

Emma Gardner of Port jlonton ; 5 c. 1 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEVMOUTII. 827 

1->I69. Annie B. Payzaut'. b. Any;. 14, 1871. 

VniO. Clifford E. Payzant-'. b. xVug. 'A, 1874. 

13471. Lizzie W. Payzanl', b. Nov. 23. 1875. 

13173. Isolena Payzant'. b. Oct. 30, 1S7G ; d. Sept. 23, 1879. 

13473. Ebon C. Payzant'', b. Sei)t. 19, 1S84. 

124:74:. Whitman Payzant'^, b. April 2:J, 1842; d. Sept. 24, 
1843. 

12475. Lovetta Payzant^, b. Aug. 28, 1844; ni. June 28, 
1877, Eeiijainin Aitken ; a merchant at Lower Montag-ue ; 4 c. 

13476. Fenton Theodore Aitken-', ) 

13477. Artlxur Merrill Aitken^ \ ^'- ^'^- ^G- 18^8. 

13478. Howard Johnson Aitkcn'^ b. July 39, 1880. 

13479. Laura M. Frances Aitken^ b. Feb. 17, 1883. 

12480. Albert Payzant^, b. Sept. 28, 1846; m. Jan. 7, 1873, 
Zorali Broson of Milton ; 3 c. 

13481. Minnie F. Payzant^ b. Feb. 17, 1874. 

13483. Frank E. Payzant-'. b. O-^^. 10, 1875. 

13483. Curtis Nelson Payzant', b. May 18, 1879 ; d. March 2, 188^1. 

12484. Arthur Payzant^, b. June 30, 1851; d. Marcli 10, 

1878. 



12485. 3. Mary Payzant', b. Jan. 11, 1814; m. April, 1864, 
Philip Bower; residence, Shelburne, N. S. ; no Issue. 

12486. 4. Joseph I^ayzant^, b. Jan. 22, 1816; d. ^[arch 4, 
1843. 

12487. 5. Amelia Pay^zant", b. May 31, 1818; ni. Feb. 14, 
1839, John Hammond; all reside at Jordan Iliver, Shelburne 
County ; 9 c. 

12488. Edward ^AMMOND^ b. Nov. 24, 1839; m. Aug. 26, 
1867, Ann Goodick ; 4 c. 

12489. Hugh Hammond^ b. June 1. 18G8. 

12490. Amelia Hammond^ b. July 3. 1871. 

12491. Edward Hanunond'. b. Oct. 10, 1876. 

12492. Mabel PLammond', b. Dec. 33, 1880. 

12493. Helen IIammoni)\ b. Jan. 19, 1842 ; m. March 27, 1864, 
Freeman Hardy ; residence, Allendale, Shelburne County. 

12494. AViLLiAM Alfred Hammond^, b. Jan. 29, 1845; m. 
June, 1878, Mrs. Flora Downie. 

12495. Catharine Hammond'', b. Dec. 5, 1879. 

12496. Angus Uainmond^ b. Sept. 13, 1881. 

12497. Susan lianlnlond^ b. Jan. 5, 1«83. 



828 Tnr: descp:x]^ants of 

124'.»S. Andijew IIammunj)^, h. Fob. 5, 18-i7 ; lu. ^Farcli C), ISTt), 
]\Iartlia Iveinjnon. 

12490. Salome IIammoxiA 1). July 13, 1849; m. Aug. 6, ISTO. 

]S^elioiniali McConiuicl-: ; residence, Ilehi'oii, Yannontli County ; 

3 e. 

ISoOO. Aimit? McCormack", b. April 28. 1877. 
1?501. Ilolen McConuack^ b. An-.. 1810. 
ISoOO. Bruce jlcCormack-', b. Feb. 30. 1881. 

12503. Lewis Hammond^ b. Dec. 24, 1851; ni. Oct. 20, 1875, 

Margaret ^rcDonald ; -1 c. 

12504. Catharine Hamuiond, b. Dec. G, 187 7. 

ISoO"). John Haruniond-, b. March 28, 1880. 

12506. Eouie Hainmond'-', b. Jan. 20, 1883. 

13507. I>eo)ii.las Haramoiid', b. Jcin. 29, 1884. 

1250S. iMarCtAEETTa IIammoxd'^, b. Sept. 11, 1854; ra. Jan. C, 
1876, William Wright ; 2 c. 

12509. Lilla Wriglit', b. Nov. 5, 1S7G. 

12510. Arthur Wright", b. July 26, 1880. 

12511. Joiix A. llAMMOXi)^ b. Oct. 21, 1855; d. Xov. 10, 
1872. 

12512. Jo.^EPH Hammond ^ b. Nov. 23, 1858. 



12513. 6. Edward Payzaxt', b. April 29, 1821 ; ni. Jan., 1851, 
Sarah iJunlop, b. May 20, 1827; d. March 1, 1881 ; he d. Oct. 11. 
1884; residence, Locke J^oi-t, N. S. ; 4 c. 

12514. Laura Payzant^ b. Sept. 17, 1853; m. Isov. 17, 1880, 
Philson Kenipton ; residence, Milton ; 2 c. 

12515. Sarah B. Keulpton^ b. Jan. 6, 1882. 

12516. Arthur Kemptou-\ b. Feb. 6, 1883. 

12517. Xelsox Payzaxt^, b. Dec. 20, 1856 ; ni. Jnne 26, 1884, 
Annie Penhain. 

12518. Edward Paysaxt^ b. July 17, 1865; m. Dec. 20, 1884, 
Alice Penhaiu. 

1251&. William Payzaxt^ b. Jan. 6, 1869. 



12520. 7. Salome Payzaxt", b. July 22, 1823 ; m. July T, 1846. j 
Alexander ITupman ; residence, Locke ]*ort ; she d. April 5, lS^^; | 
2 c, both unmarried. | 

12521. Joseph P. Uufm.vn^ b. Ang. 9, 1849. | 

12522. Eliza IIupMAX^ b. April 25, 1859. I 



JOnX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 829 

12523. 11. Mercy Freemax", b. Liverpool, X. S., Feb. 
14, 1700; m. Dec. 1o, 1810, I )ea. Isaac, Jr., son of Dea. 
Isaac and Aiine (Foster) Dexter, b. Liverpool, Feb. 11, 
1787; d. 1855; (Isaac Dexter, Sr., was b. Dartmoiitli, 
]h-istol Co., 3[ass., 1751 ; lie removed to Nova Scotia about 
17()'0, and d. 1847;) a ship carpenter; residence, Liver- 
pool, wliere sbe d. 1845; 2 c. 

12524. 1. Letitia Whitman Dexter", b. 1811 ; m. John 
Wheatoii of Cornwallis: she d. 1845 ; lie d. ; 1 c. 

12525. Isaac Dexter Wheatox", b. ALarch 17, 1843; m. May 
7, 1874, Mary Eliza, daiio;htor of Jonathan and Sarah (Darrow) 
Crowell, b. Feb. 18, 1844; residence, 53 Dnpont st., Brooklyn, 
E. D., N. Y. ; 4 c. 

10520. PMward Wlleatoll^ b. Feb. 21. 1875. 

12027. Mary Letitia Wheaton-', b. March 21, 1877. 

12028. Jonathan CrowelU', b. Jan. 29, 1880. 

12529. Frank Wheaton', b. Dec. 17, 1881 ; d. Aug., 1882. 



12530. 2. AxxiE Dexter', b. July 20, 1825; in. Ang. 10, 1844, 
Thomas, son of William and Xancy (Felcli) Gould, b. Liverpool, 
1822; a tailor; residence, Liverpool; 1 c. 

12531. William GoirLD^, b. 1845: m. 1874, ; residence, 

Chelsea, ]\[ass. ; no issue. 

12532. III. Whitman Freeman*', b. May 11, 1792; m. 
1. Dec. 11, 1817, Aznbah Dexter, b. Aug-. 9, 1792; d. 
July 9, 1828; m. 2. April 30, 1829, xVnn Kenipton, b. 
Aug. 17, 1808; d. March 22, 1852; m. 3. Dec. 30, 1852, 
Experience, daug'liter of Simeon and Hepzibah (Morton) 
Freeman, b. Oct. 8, 1817; a farmer; residence, ^lilton ; 
he d. Oct. 4, 1875; his widow is still living-, residing' with 
her dauo4iter, Mrs. L. W. Elliott, at Chirence ; 14 c. 



12533. 1. Eliza Freeman-, b. Oct. 8, 1818; d. March 3, 1820. 

12534. 2. Georgi: WnriTiELn Freeman^, 1). >ray 25, 1820; m. 
Jan. 31, 1813, Hannah, daughter of Xathan and Lydia (Dexter) 
Lark, b. -Xov. 9, ls22; d. Jan. 14, 1S8U; residence, Milton; 5 c, 
'"^ll unmarried. 



830 THE DESCENDANTS OF | 

12535. Effje J. Fkeeman", b. Jan 22, ]84S. | 

12536. AzuBAH A. Freeman"^, b. July 11, 1S57. | 

12537. AViiTTMAX A. ^KE^;^^AN^ b. June 27, 1859. . | 

12538. Ina ^r. Freeman', b. Oct. in, jsGl. | 
1253l>. 3[aiiy I. Freeman', b. ^farcli 14, 1801. I 

1251:0. 3. Eliza Ann Freeman", b. :May 10, 1^22; m. Oct. 14. | 

1840, HaiKllcy iLlieiiezer Fitcli, 1). March 26, 1816 ; d. Oct. S, 1872 ; 1 

a fariiier : resiJcnee, Clarence, Annapuli.s County, wliere bis Avidow j 

still lives ; 4 c. | 

12541. Annie FrrcH\ b. Feb. 22, 1842; m. Dec. 11, 18(12, I 

John M. Morse, b. 1839; a farmer; residence, Nictaux, Annapolis | 

County ; 3 c. | 

12542. Harry Froeuian Morso^, b. Oct. 18, 1863. | 

12343. Henry Fitcli 3Iorse% b. Dec. 9, 18i38. 'I 

12544. Churcli Ellis Morsel b. Feb. 9, 1871. | 

12545. Ellen Fitch', b. Oct. 30, 1843; m. Oct. 12, 1871, Dr. | 

L. R. Morse, b. IS'ov. 19, 1883 ; residence, Lawj-encetown ; 5 c. | 

12546. Leander Ili-.i.crt Morse', b. Sept. 2, 1872. | 

12547. Reginald 3Iorse', b. Aug. 80, 1874. I 
13548. Rosa Morse', b. Aug. 14, 1877. | 

12549. Nellie Morse% b. July 26, 1879. ^1 

12550. Garnet Morse^ b. May 7, 1882. | 

12551. AzuBAH M. FiTCi[\ b. Nov. 26, 185 1 ; d. Jau. 15, 1871. j 

12552. George Frekma^n Fitch^, b. April 26, 1855; tn. Dec. •] 
23, 1878, Augusta Iloland ; a farmer; residence, Clarence, Annapo- I 
lis County ; 2 c. | 

12553. Azuba Fitcb', I). Nov. 22, 1880. i 

12554. Ethel Fitch^ b. March 7, 1884. | 



12555. 4. Alfred AY. Freeman', b. April 30, 1824; d. Feb. 13. j 

1846. I 

11556. 5. [Mary Azuba Freeman'', 1). April 20, 1826; m. Aug. | 

24, 1851, ('apt. Charles Murray I-'ord, b. Sept. 25, 1822; residence, | 

Milton ; 7 c, none mari'ied. i 

I 

12557. Edith Fukd\ b. Jan. 15; d. March, 1853. I 

12558. Ella Maria Ford'', ]>. Aug-. 21, LS55; at home. | 

12559. CiLVRLKS DIARIES FoKD'll). Sept. 10,1857; residence, \ 
Pasadena, Los Angelos, Cal. -I 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 831 

125t.l0. IxGRAUAM Fkeeman Ford'', b. Murch 20, 1S5S ; d. Aug. 
SO, 1S59. 

]25t;i. Amelia Yoinf, b. Dec. 26, 1S60 ; d. May, ISr.l. 

12502. Rupert Eugene Ford^, b. Aug. ?A, lSi'3; residence, 
Piisadena, Cal. 

12503. Ada Evelyn FoRD^ b. Xov. 1, 1800 ; at liome. 



12501. 6. Mercy Xelson Freeman', b. May 7; d. Aug. 20, 

182S. 

12505. 7. Adelaide Freeman', b. Get. 29. 1S31; m. 1. 'Now 
25, 1S52, ]Malaelii, son of Samuel and Sopliia (Ford) Freeman, b. 
1822; d. April 1, 1855; m. 2. Oct. 20, 1858, llev. Henry, son of 
.lohii and llannaii (Frencli) Angell, b. Aug. 2, 1828; d. Sept. 20, 
1880; she resides Los xVngelos, C'al. ; 1 c. 

12506. Margaret J. Freeman^ b. June 1, 1855 ; d. Dec. 21, 
1859. 

12567. Annie F. Angell^ b. Oct. 7, 1859. 

12508. Henry W. Angell", b. Dec. 0, 1801. 

12509. Minnie Angell^ b. Feb. 17, ISOl. 

12570. 8. Amelia K. Freeman', b. Sept. 13, 1833; d. Oct. 1, 
1860. 

12571. 9. Dr. Ingram Bill Freeman'^, ]>. Aug. 15, 1835; m. 
1. Jan., 1858, Mary Ilai-rington; m. 2. ; engaged in the 
practice of In's pi'ofession ; residence, Newcastle, N. B. ; no issue. 

12572. 10. Anteline Freeman', b. :\[ay 16, 1837; d. July 16, 
1839. 

12573. 11. Sarah AY. Freeman^ b. April 30, 1839 ; m. June 8, 
1805, Capt. William D. Robertson of rarmouth, N. S. ; they 
reside at Wolfville ; 2 c. 

12571. Annie Borertson^ b. Nov. 30, 1808. 

12575. Minnie Bobertson'', b. 1873 ; d, in infancy. 

12570. 12. Clara Gertrude Freeman^, b. Se])t. 14, 1815; d. 
Dec. 11, 1810. 

12577. 13. Clara May Freeman', b. Nov. 2, 1853; m. Jan. 
5, 1875, Leonard William, son of Jose})h and Sarah Ann (Leonard) 
Llh'ott, b. May 1, 1817; a farmei- ; j-e^idence, Clarence; 3 c. 



THE J»ESC'f:Xr)AXTS OF 



1257S. Joseph Whitman Elijott'*, b. Feb. 7, 1878. 
12r)7i>. Cora Bl-rxabv Elliott', b. Mardi 18, 1880. 
12580. Malcolm McA^ickar Elliott', b. Feb. 14-, 1881. 



12531. 11. Eva :MuRr.AY Freeman -, b. Aug. 10, 1860; m 
married. 



12582. IV. David Freeman'', b. Aug. 30, 1794; m. 
Mill Village, Dec. 27, 18.^1, De.siah Mack, b. March 18, 
1799; residence, Xortli Village, Milton, where he d. Ail>-. 
10, 1879, aged 89 ; 10 c. 



125S3. 1. Priscilla Freeman', b. Oct. 15, 1822; m. Sept. 9, \ 

1817, Israel Cole Ileiuirv, b. Sept. 2, 1821 ; d. June 9, 1882 ; she \ 

d. Feb. 1, 1882 ; residence, Milton ; was a governuient official, and l 

inspector of weights and measni'es; 4 c. I 

12581:. Annie Gertrede Hendry*, b. April 1, 1851; m. Dec. I 

18, 1880, Ca})t. Edgar J. Browne; a master mariner; residence, \ 

Port Med way ; 1 c. J 

12585. Bernie Belle Browne", b. Sept. 9, 1883. | 

12586. Abram Whitman Hendry^ b. Sept. 14, 1853 ; m. Sept. \ 

21, 1882, Harriet Picliardson ; a merchant ; residence, Liverpool ; I 

1 

1S587. Andrew "Whitman Hendry', b. June 21, 18S3. j 

12588. Archibald Hendry'*, b. .March 4, 1800; d. Marcli 13, ] 
18G1. I 

12589. Stanley Morton Hendry^ b. Feb. 15 ; d. May 15, 1872. 



12590. 2. Jelia Crain Wiiit.man^ I). Dec. 28, 1824; m. March I 
16, 1868, Benjamin Herman ; .she d. May 2, 1878 ; no issne. ] 

12591. 3. Abra.m Whitman Freeman', b. Jan. 28, 1827; d. j 
Ang. 12, 1853. ' \ 

12592. 4. JcsEPH Mack Freeman', Ik Dec 15, 1828; m. Nov. j 
1, 1860, Abl>ie Dnidoj), dangliter of Xatbauiel and Jane (Himli j 
Freeman, b. April 14, 1^30 ; d. Mai'ch 5, 18^*3 ; a farmer; rcsidcn.w ] 
Pleasant Piver; 12 c, none married. 1 

12593. T)Avn> 1). Freeman', b. Ang. 31, 1861; a fanner-; rcsi 1 
dence, Dakota, U. S. j 



JOHN WiriT.MAN OF WFA'.MOU'J'H. 833 

12594. Samuel AVilson Fiieeman^ b. May 10, lSt]3 ; at home. 

12595. Ida Jane FREEMAX^ !>. Aug. 2S, 1S05. 
12590. Alfked WiniMAN Imieeman-, h. Dec. 13, 1807. 

12597. Alice Maul Fkeeman"", \ d. Aug. 29, 1872. 

^b. ]\Lay 0, 1870 ; 

12598. Selixa GEUTiirDE riu-'jauvN-, ) d. Aug. 31, 1872. 

12599. Abkam Wallace Fueemax", b. Oet. 1, 1871. 
12G00. Abj3ie Du.xlop Fkeemax^ b. Oct. 17, 1873. 

12001. WixxiFLEL) Fheemax^ b. Feb. 29, 1870. 

12002. Joseph Freemax^ b. May 11; d. May 12, 1878. 

12003. Myetle IluLDAXE Fheemax", b. May 3, 1879. 

12004. Reva Luella Feeem.\x\ b. Ocl-. 15, 1881. 



12005. 5. David Fkeemax', b. Jan. 19, 1831; d. April 19, 

1S54. 

12000. 0. Maky Eliza FiiKEMAX-, b. Oct. 0, 1832; in. Xov. 1, 
1858, Rufiis Cole, son of ^\'ilHaln and Dcsiah (Colo) IlendiT, b. 
Marcli 22, 1832; a fanner; residence, Pleasant Iliver, Queens 
County ; 1 c. 

12007. Alixa 1IEXI)KY^ b. Se])t. 22, 1859 ; ni. May 20, 1884, 
Edwin\ son of C'harles Edward' and Margaret (Tapper) Spurr, b. 
April 4, 1857 ; a farmer ; residence. Hound Hill, Annapolis County, 

i\. S. 



12008. 7. Pexixxa FR^:E^L\x^ b. Jan. 25, 1835; d. Aug. 15, 
3 852. 

12009. 8. Desiaii Fkeemax'^ b. ^lay 9, JS37; d. Oct 7, 1842. 

120t0. 9. SuLEiiXA Fkeemax', b. Jidy 27, 1839; m. Dec. 18, 
ISOl, William Edward, .-on of ]]m>cli and Hannah (Bark) Dexter, 
b. April 28, x833 ; a farmer ; residence, Xortlirield, Queens County ; 
7 c. 

12011. Xelsox F. Dextek', b. Dec. 30, 1803. 

12012. Jerusha I)EXTER^ b. .May 21, 1800. 

12013. IliLDA DEXTEir, 1). July 0, iscy. 

' 12014. Lena M. DEXTER^ b. .July 28, l.s72. 

120i5. George S. Dexteu\ h. Aj^ril 2, Ls70. 
53 



534 TllK DKSCEXDANTS OF 

12G16. Clifford Dexter", h. Oct. '20, 18TS. 
12617. Wakkex DEXTER^ 1>. IsUix 10, 18S1. 

1201S. 10. Eey. Hexry Allien Freeman", b. Ai)rll 13, 1843; 
m. Dec. 31, 1SG9, ]Maria P.^ daughter of Eldridge li. and Chorluttc 
(•Wliitmau^) Durnaby, b. Feb. 8, 1SJ:T ; is settled at Old Town, Mo. ; 
3 c. 

12619. Maria Louisa Freeman'', b. Marcli 8, lS7i. 

12G20. Mabel Burnaby FREEMAN^ b. May 27, 1879. 

12621. Henrietta Perley Freeman^ b. Aug. 29, 1882. 



12622. V. Eliza Freeman'^ b. Xoy. 27, 1706; m. 1. i 

1818, Elisba, son of AVillicun and Mary (Burbanks) Mack, | 

b. Feb. 23, 1795; d. March, 1827; m. 2. Sept. 6, 1832, j 

Edward, son of Samuel and Zervia (lvno^Yles) Mack, b. | 

Feb. 3, 1805; d. June 3, 1881; she d. March 25, 1855; j 

residence, Mill Village, Queens County ; 7 c. j 



12623. 1. Benjamin P. Mack', b. Jan. 21, 1820 ; m. 1. May, j 

1851, Charlotte, dangliter of John and Margaret (Barry) Flicks, 1). j 

1828; d. Marcli 30, l^b2; m. 2. 1851, Catharine Eleanor, danghttr i 

of Samuel and Zervia (Ivnowles) Mack, b. July 23, 1800 ; residence, | 

Mill A^ilhsgc, Queens County ; no issue. j 

12621. 2. Desiah Mack^ b. Xov. 11, 1821; m. Sept. 18, 1839. | 
Ed^Yard Doran, son of Sannu^l and Eleanor (Doran) Davison, b. 
June 10, 1819; residence, Bridgewater, ^^. S. ; he is the head of 

the iirm of E. D. Davison & Sons, lumber manufacturers, the firm j 

comprising his three sons; slie d. April 8, 1886 ; 10 c. ■] 

12625. Charles Henry Dayison^, ]>. July 25, ISIO; m. Fcl>. j 

21, 1873, Au!iic, daughter of Archibald !\Iarsden and Eli;^al)fr!. 3 

(Bent) Foster, 1). Feb. 1, 1850 ; residence, Bridgewater ; 2 c. j 

12626. Archie Davi.son^ b. Jan. '20, 1875. | 

12G27. May ^Yiunill■ed DaTisoir', b. :May 1, 1879. j 

12628. Catharine Doran Davison'', b. Nov. 11, 1841 ; i"- ? 

Sept. 21, 1866, Dr. John Strnthers, b. Kentville, Feb. 17, 1810; >\. ■ 

Mny 10, 18S0; residonce, Bridgewater ; 2 c. ; 

12629. Austin Strutlievs*, b. Fub. 2S, ISGS ; a sludeut at I^Iount Allison Collei::''. j 
Sackvilh', N. B. | 

12630. Alena Stnttliors', b. Dec. 11, 18G9. | 



joiix v;jriTMAN OF wp:YMOUTir. 835 

12631. Eliza Eleanor Davison^ b. Aug. 2, 1843; m. Sept. 
14, 1805, Baniitrd E. Rogers of YannouLli, \vliere tliej reside ; he 
is justice of the ]ieaee luid an iTi^urauee agent; 2 c. 

126:i3. Edward D. Rogers^. b. July 10, 18G7. 
12G33. Louis Rogers', b. July 28, 16G9. 

12634. Edwakd D. Davtsox, Jr.^, h. April 15, 1SJ5; m. 1. 
Oct. 29, 1879, Ahna ^[., daughter of Joseph and Kut]i CaroHne 
OV ells) Hichman, b. March 2^1855; d. Dec. 2,1884; m. 2. Jan. 
2G, 1887, Margaret, daughter of Dr. AVilliani Sumner and Fanny 
E. (Allen) EobertsoiiB of St. John, X. 13., b. Oct. 24, 1867 ; resi- 
dence, Bridge^vater ; 1 c, 

12635. Ellen M. Davi3on^ b. Nov. f), 18^0. 

1263G. ^[ary Desiau Dayisox^ b. Dee. 23, 1S47 ; m. Sept. 2, 
1875, Tccv. Caleb Parker; a Methodist clergyman, now stationed 
at Prince Albert, Xorthvrest Tei-ritory ; 1 c. 

12(137. Frederick Parker*, b. June 5, 1876. 

12638. Frank I). Dayison', b. Dec. 24, 1849 ; m. Oct. 23, 1879, 
Ella, daughter c>f Peter Grant and Azuba McGi-a^ (Smith) Eraser, 
b. Sept. 3, 1852 ; residence, Bridgewater ; 2 c. 

1263'J. Louisa S. Davison-*, b. Sept. 31, 1S81. 
12640. Alma Davi.^on\ b. Aug. 11, 1884. 

12641. IViLLiAM DAYL?ox^ b. March 2, 1851 ; d. Oct. 10, 1863. 

12642. Elizabeth DeWolf Dayison^ b. Oct. 23, 1853; d. 
Feb. 19, 1883. 

12643. Annie DAYISON^ b. Dec. 16, 1856 ; d. April 3(i. 1875. 

12644. xi-MELiA Freeman Dayison^, b. Jan. 17, 1862 ; unmarried. 

12645. 3. William Mack'', b. 1823; was drowned when a lad. 

12646. 4. Mary Eliza Mack', b. Xoy 21, 1826; m. Jnne 2, 
1853, Capt. George Pyarson, b. xvnnapolis, X. S., Jan. 18,1827, 
d. at sea on bark ''Viking,'' Oct. 23, 1878; she d. Quebec, Nov. 21, 
1S73; 3 c, all b. Yarmoutli, ]S". S. 

12647. Lois Eliza Pyarson', b. :^[arch 16, 1855; m. Bridge- 
water, X. S., April 24, 1877, Thomas P. Crosby, b. Yarmouth, 
K. S., March 17, 1850 ; a merchant ; residence, Barringtun, Shel- 
burnc County ; 3 c. 

12Gt8. George R. Crosby^ b. April 15, 1880 ; d. Feb. 4, 1881. 
12G19. Harold A. Crosby'\ b. Nov. 19, 1881. 
12G:.0. Elaiue B. Crosby-', b. Dec. 8, 18S-i. 



S3G 



THE ]»ksck:sdants of 



12G51. Catt. Geokge T. Eyaksox^ b. .Tunc 11,1857; uinnur- 
ried ; a master mariner, 

12652. Daisy 1). Kyauson^ b. April 21, 1S50 ; unuiarrio<] ; 
resides witli licr sister. 



12G53. 5. EDvrARP Magk', b. 1838 ; m. Sarah Y. Smitli ; lie d. 
June S, ISSl, ^\'itlii:'Ut issue. 

12054. 6. Eltsiia .AEack', b. Sept. IS, 1835; m. in Bri(i.<]i 
Colnmbia ; vrlien last heard fi'om was livini;- in Australia. 

12655. 7. IIexry ^Iack', b. June 21, 1837; m. Oct. 9, 1880, 
Amanda, danuhtci- of Eifliraiin and Sophia (]\lack) Mack, b. 1837; 
residence, Mill A'illaii'e, X. S. ; no issue. 



12GoG. YI. Parxa F]^I:E^rAX^ b. July 15, 1800; m. 
April, 1810, J(>1) BiuTjaljy, b. June I, 1708; d. Sept. 11, 
1888; slio d. 1SG5; residence, ]\Lilton, Queens County; 
12 c. 

12057. 1. Joseph Eurxaby^ b. March 1 ; d. June, 1822. 

1205S. 2. jIkrcy Y'iiitmax P.ui;xaby', b. ]\[av 21, 1823; m. 
Oct. -1, 1S4S, James llarvev'. son of Luther and Maria (Parker^) 
Leadbctter, 1>. Sept. 21, 1^20; she d. No. 15rooktield, X. S., I^Iarch 
14, 1872; he resides at So. Chelmsford, Mass.; 10 c, all b. ]S'o. 
Brooktiold, ]^. S. : sec line. 

12059. 3. Sarah Burn ABY^ j d. June, 1825. 

[b. May 18, 1825; 

1200,0. 4. Bertha Burxaiu-'. ) m. March 2S, 

1849, Zenas, son of Zenas aiid Ex])erience (Freeman) Waterman, b. 
Dec. 15, 1>24; a cai]ienter; I'esidence, Pleasant River; 8 c. 

12001. MAiiY AVate};max", b. Feb. 24, 1850; m. Sept., 1877. 
John McKay; residence, 72 Sydney St., Cambridgeport, Mass.; n^ 
issue. 

12002. JoHX Harley Watermax^, b. March 4, 1852; d. Xov. 
14, 1859. 

12003. Xelsox Fkeemax Watermax^ b. Feb. 23, 1854. 
18004. Daxiee WATE.'niAN', b. IVb. 12, 1850. 

12005. Dora Alice Watermax^ b. Feb. 28, 1858. 

12000. SusAX Amelia WATKiiMAx', b. Feb. 8, 1800; m. Ort. 



JOUX WliJTMAX OF WEYMOUXn. 837 

25, 1882, Walter Drew ; I'e.sideiice, OU Sydney st., Ciiuibridgeport, 

Mass. ; 1 c. 

12G67. Winuet Dlvw^ b. Aug. 22, 1888. 

120G8. Sakaii WArEJi>rAN^, b. :\rarcli 7, 1803 ; d. Aug. 20, 1868. 

12GG9. TTarley Watkuman^ b. Oct. 28, 1870. 



12670. 5. Thomas P,cfxaby', b. May 12; d. July, 1827. 
12C71. 0. DebokaiiBl-knai!Y', b. Sept. 21, 1S29; d. :s\')v., 1858. 

12672. 7. SusAX BuRNAEY', b. Jan. 1, 1833; lu. Juue 8, 1859, 
Henry G., son of Gorliain and Iteltceca (Freeman) Freeman, b. Feb. 
6, 1830; a hotel keeper of Greenfield, X. S. ; she d. July 27, 1878; 
7 c. 

12673. AKCIII13ALD S. Fkee.max^, I). April 22, 1860; a farmer; 
residence, ALanitoba. 

1267J:. It. Kakdixg FpvEEMAx-, b. Feb. 4, 1862; residence, 
Greenfield. 

12675. ]\rELBOUKXE G. Freemax^ b. Jan. 3, 1861 ; a farmer in 
Manitoba. 

12676. Amelia B. Fkeemax\ b. Oct. 18, 1866; a teacher; resi- 
dence, Greenfit'ld. 

12677. Jessie Freemax^, b. July, 1868; d. 1872. 

12678. Thomas FREEMAX^ 1). 1871 ; d. 1872. 

12679. FliAXK B. Freemax\ b. March 27, 1876. 



12680. 8. Thomas McGill Burxaby^, b. Aug. 1, 1835; m. 
Feb. 11, 1869, Ex])erienee Fi'eeman ; residence, Milton; no issue. 

12681. 9. LoDOWicK Harding Burxaby', 1). Dec. 6, 1837; m. 
1. Dec. 28, 1869. :\[aria T. Morton; she d. March 5, 1872; m. 2, 
Nov. 12, 1878, Teresa Harris of Cornwallis, X. S. ; a merchant; 
residence, ]\Iilton ; 9 c. 

12682. Mary Drew Burnaby", b. Nov. 6, 1870; d. 1873. 

12683. Maria Teresa Burxaby^ b. March 4, 1872. 

12681. AViLLiAM RoBERTSOx BuiLXABY^ b. Nov. -4, 1879; d. 
May 28, 1884. 

12685. BtALPH Waldo Emersox Bui^xaby^ b. June 12, 1881. 

12686. Frederick IIaheis Burnaby*" 

-lop-^- 1- rr i> s ' U. Feb. 12, 1883. 

126b^ iRAXK Harding BrRXABY% 



838 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

12688. William Robkktsox Buknaby^ 1). July 20, 1884. 
12088a. Zella Fay IkniXADY^ b. .lime 20, 18SG. 
12GSSb. Laurie Mack Bukxaby^ h. Sept. 2S, 1888. 



12(389. 10. IlARiiiET Eliza i3rKXABY\ b. March 27, 181-0; d. 
1818. 

12690. 11. Robert Dickie Burxaisy', b. Feb. 4, 1S-J8 ; m. Feb. 
10, 18G9, Harriet Minard ; a hiiiil)crinan ; residence, Milton ; 6 c. 

12691. SARAn Axx Burxaby', b. D-c. 1, 1809 ; d. Jan. 3, 1870. 

12692. Edward Freemax Burxaby^ b. July 31, 1S71. 

12693. AxxiE Eveline Burnaby', b. March 10, 1873. | 

12691. TuoMAS McGill Burxaby^ b. Dec. 20, 1875 ; d. 187G. | 

12695. Sarah Eobertsox Burxaby^ b. May 13; d. June 1, | 

1878. J 



12G95a. Matilda E. Burxaby^, b. Oct. 20, 1884. 



12696. 12. Sarah Sophia Burxaby', b. Oct. 14, 1845 ; d. 1855. 



12697. YII. Nelsox Freema:^^ h. March 21, 1802; ra. 
May 1, 1828, Hepzibeth Kemptoii, b. Ma_y 25, 180G; d. 
Feb. 14, 1871; residence, i\Iilto]i, Queens County, where 
he d. Oct. 30, 1841 ; 7 c. 



12700. 3. Mercy Freemax^, b. June 2, 1832 ; unmarried. 

12701. 4. Josephine Freemax", b. June 10, 1834; m. May 21. 
1855, jSathaniel Minard ; he d. Aug-., 1864; 2 c. 

12702. Lamextixe Mixaiu)^ b. Aug., 1860. 

12703. Nathaniel Mixar]>^ b. Aug., 1864. 



12704. 5. Selixa FREE^L\x•. b. July 26, 183G; m. Xov. 19. 
1857, Charles E. Morton; residence, !)-liltun. Queens County; 9 e. 



1269S. 1. Xelsox Freeman', b. Feb. 22, 1829; d. May, 1854. j 

12699. 2. Edward Kemptox Fijeemax^, b. Sept. 28, 1830; in. -j 

1. Sept. 24, 1856, Susan J. Minard ; she d. Feb., Ib79 ; m. 2. Aug-. j 

20, 1879, Abbie Freeman; residence, Milton, Queens County; no | 

issue. i 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 839 

12705. Ellex a. Morton-, h. Sept. I'J, 1858 ; m. Xov. 29, 1882, 
Clnireliill J^(>cke ; residence, Milton; 1 c. 
13700. f:uos C. Locke% b. Oct. 30, 1883. 

12707. Florence M. Morton^, b. Au^ir. 21, 1800; unmarried. 

12708. Edith M. Morton", h. Aiio-. 19, 1802 ; nnmarried. 

12709. SiLVANUS A. Morton^ 1). Dec. 19, 1801. 

12710. Elizabeth P. Morton*, b. Marcli 2, 1867. 

12711. Charles II. Morton^ b. April 3, 1869. 
127J2. Rupert F. :Morton^ b. Aug. 6, 1878. 
12713. James R. Morton^ b. Aug. 2, 1875. 
12711. Xelson ^Y. Morton^ b. Dec. 11, 1877. 

12715, 6. Lydia Whitman Freeman^ b. July 28, 1838 ; d. 1855. 

12716. 7. Elnathan Freeman', b. Sept. 9 ; d. Oct. 25, 1811. 



12717. VIII. Mary Freeman'', b. Feb. 5, 1805; d. 
Ang., 1807. 

12718. IX. Edward Perkins P^cEeman^, b. Jan. 26, 
1811 ; m. Oct. 13, 1836, LHcinda Hayes, b. Jnly 12, 1813 ; 
residence. Kempt, Queens County ; 4 c. 



12719. 1. William Edward Freeman^ b Sept. 2, 1837; m. 
Tryphene Allison; a farmer; re.sidence, Kempt, Queens County; 
6 c. 

12720. Archibald Allison Freeman'^, b. Aug. 22, 1866. 

12721. Maurice Urban Freeman'', March 29, 1868. 

12722. Emma Freeman^ b. June 3, 1869. 

12723. Mary Alice Freeman^, b. Dee. 13, 1875. 

12724. Janet Freeman*, b. J^ec. 5, 1880. 

12725. Cecilia Freem-Ajs* b. June 17, 1883. 



12726. 2. Cecilia P. Freeman'', b. Sept. 15, 1839; unmarried. 

12727. 8. Elnathan Freeman^, b. Xov. 10, 1814 ; m. Feb. 14, 
1878, Alice Maria Kempton ; a farmer; residence. Kempt, Queens 
County ; 3 c. 



840 TITE DKPCEN'DANTS OF 

1272S. Roy Freeman^ b. June 15, 1870. J 

113729. Feed. Pekkins Freemax^ b. May 18. 1881. | 

I 
12730. Waelace Maitlaxd Freeman^ b. Oct. 7, 1883. f 



12731. 4. Alice ^ilARY Freeman ', b. Oct. 27, 1848; d. Feb. f;, 
1855. 

12732. Zeciiariah'' (510), Zccliariali^, John'', Zecliari;ib-, 
Joliii\ b. Stow, Mass., Anp;. 12, 1717; m. about 177<>, | 
Abigail Wood of Stow, b. ^Icircb 25, 1760, and soon after I 
removed to A\'estininster, a new settlement in the dens': I 
forest of ^\'estej'n ^Massachusetts; here, with characterisiic J 
energy, he set himself to the task of eleai-ing the woods J 
and building' himself a hoine ; the site of his first honse, a i 
log cabin, is still remembered by his descendants ; an | 
enterprising", npright and honoi'alile man, and a publie- I 
spirited citizen, he soon made his mark in this new home ; | 
by thrift and pi'udence he acquired a competence, and in | 
1798 stood third on the list of tax-payers and landed pro- | 
prietors of the town ; he consti'uctecl many houses, three -] 
of ^^'hich are still standin;j-, one havino- been used as a j 
hotel; he gave his name to "Whitman's Village," a set- j 
tlement on the edge of the to^vn ; in personal appearance | 
he was of medium height, but with a bearing that betokened 4 
great energy ; the following incident is related, indicatinu j 
his fortitude and coolness under trying circumstances: | 
Some seven or eight years before his death, while assisting | 
a neighbor in mo vino- a building, he was drawn under the J 
rollers, and his leg completely crushed to the thigh ; there I 
was an inniiediate panic among the men, no one knowing -i 
Avhat to do ; but Mr. Whitman, in sjnte of his sufTerini;', ^ 
retained his presence of mind, and planned and directeil | 
ways and means for the dilhcult feat of extricating himselt ; | 
his physicians insisted that the log nnist be amputated, but | 
to this suggestion he gave an absolute refusal, and thougli | 
very lame, and compelled to use crutches the rest ot Ins | 
days, he recovered his accustomed health; he d. Aug. lb J 

I 



JOIIX WIIIT.MAN OF WEYMOUTH. 841 

ISOr;, aged ;jO ; liis w!(.1()\n' survived a few years, and d. 
Feb. 25, 18ir;, aged GG ; 14 c, all b. WestniinsTe]', .Mass., 
two of whoin, daiigbtei's, d. infants and unnamed. I. Sa- 
i-alf'; 11. Abigail''; HI. Jonathan''; IV. Elizabeth''; V. 
Zachariah''; VI. Catharine''; VII. Mary''; VIII. Char- 
lotte'^; IX. Dorcas''; X. Joseph''; XL Dolly''; XII. Su- 
sannah'". 

12733. I. Sarah'", b. June G, 1775; m. June 20, 1707, 
Joseph, son of Joseph an.d Bridget (Crosby) Spaulding, b. 
Westminster, March G, 17G9; d. ^larch IG, l^oG; a tanner 
bv trade ; tliev removed after their marriage to Elaine and 
settled near Carritunk; she d. March 31, 1816, aged 40 ; 
11 c. 

12731.- 1. JosEi-ir Spauldixg', b. :\Iay 81, 179S ; m. 1. Jan. 1, 
1824, Sophia, daughter of Jci.-ialj and Alice (I^enuett) Ciiase of 
Concord, Me., b. Aug. 20, ISOO ; d. xVpril 5, 1S33; m. 2. June 1, 
1S35, Elvira Chase/'sister of his first vrife, 1.. Oct. 30, 1812; d. 
Se])t. 14, ISSi ; lie has always been engaged in lumbering; he 
commenced with cutting logs in tiic woods in 1822, liauHng them 
to Moose River at the liead of Moosehead Lake ; later, lie went 
into partnership ^vith his lirother4n-law, Charles B. Foster, pur- 
chasing wild lau'ls ; among other tracts so bought were tlie " Sal- 
mon Stream,'' the " Taunton " of 5.000 acres, " Sandwich Acad- 
emy," 5,000, "Prentice Pond,-' 10,000 acres— in all, some 80,000 
acres; in 1849 they bought a saw-mill at Pichmond, Me., running 
the logs down the Kennebec Eiver to their mills ; residence, Pich- 
mond, where lie d. Dec. 23, 1885, aged 87; 13 c, four by 1st m., 
nine by 2d ]n. 

32735. Spaulding-, b. ; d. April 8, 182G. 

12736. Flavilla Spauldixg^ b. March 6,1827; d. Sept. 16, 
1836. 

12737. Elvira Spauldixg^, b. Feb. 12; d. April 17, 1830. 

12738. IIadassaii AVep.pkr Spaulding'^, b. Aug. 1, 1S31 ; m. 
Sejjt. 1, 1856, Isaac Alexander ]\[errinian ; residence, Portland, Me. ; 
3 c. 

13739. George Honvy Merriman-', b. Nov. G, 1857. 

12710. Joseph Spaulding- Memmair\ b. :\Iarcli 15 ; d. ^tareJi 17, ISGl. 

1-741. Infant daugliter'. b. Feb. G: d. Feb. 7, 1873. 



■^^^^^ 



842 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

12742. Cir.MiLES Fostek Siwulmng^ 1). June 10, 1S30; ni. 

Jan. IS, 1871, ]\at(; I'ci-gen ; enlisted, ]\lav ISGi, in Co. F, iuh I 

N. Y. Vols. ; ](..<t his niilit arm at the l)a.ttle of Freaerick<huri. j 

Dec. 13, 1SG2; re.si(k'Uce, Elizabetli, ]^. <l. ; biusiness address. :',:] ] 

Bceknian st., N. Y. Citv ; no issue. I 

I 

12743. Abnkr C()J?urx SpAULDI^•G^ b. Dec. 29, 1887; m. 1. ] 
jS^ov. 8, 18(10, .Mary W;i]dvon ; slie d. A])rll 5, 1800; m. 2. May IT, j 
1809, Sarah Jane lloudlrtte ; was a]ipuinl:ed postmaster of liicli- | 
mond b}' President Grant, and liehl the office till 1885 ; 4 c. ] 

12744. Annie Cloura Siiauklhig', b. June C, lSi32 ; d. Juno 8, 1870. | 

18745. JosepJi Winn f^pauldiu- ', b. Feb. 12; d. Nov. 13, 1865. 1 

12740. Ernest Houdlette Spoulding-, b. Feb. 10, 1874 ; d. April 27, 1876. 1 

18747. Alice Howard Spauldin-'', 1). June 14, 1878. I 

12748, Flavilla IIoETENSE Spaulding'^, b. Sept. 5, 1839 ; UL J 

May G, 1863, Capt. Alfred Lithgrow Theobald of Dresden, Me. ; a J 

sea captain ; 1 c. :] 

12740. Nellie Clark Theobald^ b. March 28, 1861 ; m. Fi-ed. J. Mitchell ; re?i- t 

deuce, Boston. J 

12750. Col. Joseph Whitman Spaitldin'g^, b. Aug. 11, 1811 : 

m. Nov. 4, 1804, Mary Jane Clark of Bri-rtol, Me. ; he assisted in j 

raising Co. A, 19th ^fe. Yols., in July and Aug., 1862, and wa.- .] 

mustered into service as Lieutenant, Aug. 25, 1802 ; the Captain ] 

being sick, he assumed command, and received his promotion jN'on'. j 

10 of that year; was in the lighting at Fi-edericksburg, Ya., Dec. 1 

1862 ; Xov. 20, 1803, was in command of tlie regiment for tifty-six j 

hours, during which time the men had but ten and-aJialf hour.^ i<>v j 

8lee])ing and eating; from Jan. 2S-Feb. 11, 1864, was member oi 1 

general court-martial; from July 9-19 was member of corps couit- | 

martial; July 25-Sept. 4, member of division court-martial; April | 

T, 1865, his regiment, in the advance of the corps, was attacked hy ,| 

a large force of the enemy at High Bridge, which the}' had set ov. \ 

fire and our forces were trying to put out; the enemy had U" j 

opportunity to fall back, but Col. Spaulding's men fought till sup | 

port arrived and saved the bridge, over which the corps prisscd f" ,, 

Appomattox the next day; the Colonel of the regiment \va> 1 

severely wounded in this engagement, and Licut.-Col. Spauldini.' i^ 

had command till they were mustered out in May, 1805 ; he ^v.i- :j 

in seventeen pitched battles and numerous skirmishes ; was a meni- -^ 

ber of Maine Legislature, 1808, 1870-72, 1879 ; reporter of decisi.-n- j 
of Supreme Judicial Court of Maine, 1880-88 ; residence, Furtiand. 

where lie is engaged in the practice of law ; 2 c. .1 



JOHN Wnn^MAjV OF WEY-MOUTH. 843 

Vrm. Mary Clara Spauldin-''. h. Nov. 27, 1SG6. 

127.v:. Anna Elvira Spaul(iiiiy'', b. July t», ]S70 ; d. Aug. 29, 1871. 

12753. LaurI':tta Jkffkr.son Spaultung'^, h. Jan. f;S, 1S43 ; m. 
1 J;ui. 1, 1804, Fredcnck Ernest TIiooIkiM of Dro-dcn, Mo. ; he 
(1. April 7, ISoo ; ni. 2. Gcori^e Bradley Uandlette ; a &uceet<sfiil 
niei'chant ; residence, Riclnnoiid ; 5 c. 

]0754. Frederic Ernest Theobald', b. [MaTch 4, 1S65 ; d. Jan. 9, 1SG6. 

107o5. Charles Morice Randlette^ b. Dec. IC, 1869. 

1'J7u6. Joseph William Eaudletle-. b. March 9, 1S74. 

l'J757. Whitman Kandlette^ b. Aug. 1, 1S7G ; d. May 9, 1877. 

l-,'758. Amy Morice Randletle=\ b. Juno 28. 18-0 ; d. April 3, 1831. 

12759. Dorcas Foster Spauldixg^, L. Xov. 0, 184-1; d. Sept. 
22, 1804 ; unmarried. 

12700. Zaciiariah Smith Spaulkiag', b. April 9, 184:7; un 
)iiarried ; I'esidcnce, Los xingelos, Cal. 

12701. SpauldixG\ b, ; d. June, 1850. 

12762. MiLFORD Elmore Spaulding"*, b. Oct. 22, 1852; m. 
Xov. 25, 1882, Xancj J., dangliter of Llewellyn and J-.ois (Wood- 
man) Palmer, b. Feb. 21, 1857; is cashier of Maricopa Land and 
Trust Co., Phcenix, Ari. ; no issue. 



12703, 2. Dr. Zaciiariah Spaulding^ b. ^yestminster, Isov. 
13, 1799; m. Oct. 19, 1830, Asenith, daughter of Dea. Ephraim 
and Lephe (Goodrich) Wood of Bingham, b. Feb. 10, 1808; d. 
.Line 9, 1808 ; graduated from the Medical Department of Bowdoin 
College, 1827 ; settled at Bingham, Me., where he d. Xov. 15, 1805 ; 
8c., all b. Bingham. 

12764. Sarah Whitman Spauldixg^, b. March 27, 1832; d. 
Nov. 1, 1850. 

12705. Danville Crosby Spaulding^ b. Oct. 14, 1833; d. 
March 20, 1853. 

12706. KPHiiAiM Wood Spaulding^ b. Aug. 19, 1836; d. Nov. 
11, 1842. 

12767. Spaulihng^, b. Sept. 2 ; d. Oct. 9, 1838. 

12768. Dr. Joseph Paysox Spauldixg^ b. Sept. 19, 1839; m. 
''>nie 10, 1874, Flora W. :\ferriman of Rich.mond ; he enlisted Aug., 
J "^02, and was appointed 1st Sergeant Co. F, 20th Me. Vols. ; dis- 
' '''""ged, April, 1803, ou account of ])oor health; graduated from 
J'lt; Medical Department of Bowdoin College, June, 1800 ; settled 
'" practice at Bingham, remaining there till 1873, when his failing 



844 THf] DESCEXD.ANTS OF ;| 

hcaltli obliged liiin to seok an easier field of jjractice ; lie then wuui A 

to liielnuond. and d. tliere, June ■'>{), 1S7T: 2 c. J 

137(39. Charles Frank Spauldiiig», b. July 2rt. 1875. J 

13770. Payson W. Spaukiiug'', b. Aug. i\ 1870. v| 

12771. EvKLYX Miranda Spaulding^, b. Xov. 25, 1841; <\. j 
Kov. 25, 1861. ' I 

12772. Dr. Frank Wood Spauldixg^ b, April 29, 1844: m | 
Oct. 20, ISSO, Abl)y T., daughter of Rev. Josiali H. and Elhn ;'| 
(Kilby) Stearns, pastoi- of the Congregational clmrcli at Ep})iug. b. i 
April 22, 1847; graduated at Bowdoin College, 1872; graduat-l | 
from the Medical Depai'tnient of the University of Xcw York, 4\b. | 
16, 1875; first engaged in practice at Bingham; in Oct., 1876, nv;i> | 
appointed assistant jihysician iu the lusauc Asylum at Brattlcboi", | 
Vt., where he remained till Dec, 1877, then removed to Ep])ing, J 
]Sr. IL, where he 7io\\' resides; has l)een for several years superiii- -i 
tendi-ut of school committee and associate physician at the Eucl: 
ingham County Almshouse, House of Correction and Insane Asy- .,| 
Inm ; no issue. i^ 

12773. Clara Asexith Spauldixg-, b. Xov, 1.5, 1848 ; in. *': 
Oct. 25, 1870, Eev. \Yilliam R. Itand of Old Town, Me. ; residence. 

'New Hampton, X. H. ; 1 c. ij 

12773a. William Spaulding RontP, b. Aug. 6, 1875. fj 

1277ob. Clara Cornelia Rand», b. July 18, 1883. ^ 



12774. 3. SARAiiSrAULDiNG', b-Dec. 30, 1800; m. Oct. 2, 182:;;. | 
Thonuis, son of Thomas and Susanna (Crosby) Houghton, b. Marcli ,^ 
27, 1708; d. July 23, 1838; a farmer; residence, An.son, Me.; she | 
d. Madison, :Me., Oct. 22, 1865 ; 9 c. % 

12775. Susan Spauldixg IIouGHTON^ b. July 1, 1824; ui. -I 
Nov. 28, 1844, Ezra Diusmore; a farmer; residence, Anson; 1 c. || 
13775a. Alvau Tiioinas Din3Ulore^ b. May 3, 1810 ; d. Nov. 2, 1863. ^ 

12776. Sarah Ann Houghtox*, b. Feb. 17, 1826; m. Feb. l^. | 
1849, John Patten ; a carpenter ; residence, Anson ; she d. March | 
16, 1876 ; 5 c. I 

1277Ga. Edwin Patt<.■u^ b. 3Iarcli 3, 1850. % 

12777. Albert Hilton Patten^ b. Feb. 1, 1855. ^ 

12778. .^lilford John Paltc-n-', b. Jan. 10. 1861. 'S 
12770. Frank Houghton Patten'', b. Oct. 17, 1865. 
12780. Sarah Lena P.itten^ b. Feb. 3, 1870. 

12781. Dr. Jonatjian Spauldtng HouGirrox^, b. Feb. 1. 
1828; m. March 23, Iboo, Mary }]., daughter of Miles and Abig.r- 



^ 



JOIIX WniTMAX OF WEYMOU'J'H. 845 

(Gammon) Stnndisli, ]>. Siiiniier, ]\!e., Jan. 30, 1882; a direct de- 
ficendant of j\[ilos Staiidij^li ; '-in early hoyliood lie was constantly 
occnjned on liis father's farm in Anson, Me., gettiii<j;- from eii^dit to 
twelve weeks' schooling in the winter, never attending school in 
summer any after nine years of age; his father dying wlien the 
Doctor was only ten years of age, it was al)solntely neces-ary for 
liis mother to have the benefit of his labor on the farm, to help 
maintain a family of nine children, the Doctor being the eldest son ; 
at sixteen years of age it was thouglit best he shoidd learji the car- 
penter's ti-ade, he having a decideil preference for that occnjiation ; 
he continued at this work in summer till twenty years of age, when 
lie decided to obtain a liljeral education ; he commenced his studies 
at Waterville Academy under the instruction of Pi-of. James 11. 
Hanson, and entered Colby University (then Waterville College) in 
the class of 1S57; by incessant ajiplication to study and teaching 
during vacations, his health broke down during his second year in 
college, causing him to altandon his contemjuatc-d course of study; 
in 1S5G he decided to make the practice of medicine his profession 
for life, and commenced the study of it with Dr. Sumner Gould of 
Madison, Me. ; he was graduated in 1S59 at the Maine Medical 
School, after taking two full courses of lectuivs at that school, and 
one full course at the University of Xew York ; he was a private 
pupil of the late lamented Prof. J. Conant of ^. Y. City, between 
whom there existed a very intimate acquaintance; in Aug., ISGl, 
Dr. Houghton was appointed assistant suigvon to the 8th Pegiment 
Ale. Yols., and was with the regiment constantly till ]\[ay, 1S62, 
when he came north on furlongii for his health, chronic diarrham 
claiming him for one of its victims; health not improving any. he 
was obliged to resign, June 10, 18(32; in ISGo, on the second day's 
fight of the battle of Gettysburg, he volunteered to go and a>sist 
the overworked and exhausted medical forces of that memorable 
battle ; at Baltimore he was asked to go to the 2<)t]i 3Jaine that was 
then without any medical or surgical assistance whatever; he 
remained with the 20th Maine till it went into <juarters near White 
Sulphur Springs, Yd. ; in 1800 he went to San Fi-ancisco, Cal, for 
his health, he never having i-ecovered from the disease contracted 
while in the army ; after remaining in San Francisco nearly a year, 
lie went to Washington Territoi-y, first to Poi't G;unble, then to 
Goldendale; in 1879 he was a])pointed Superintendent of Public 
Instruction for ^Yashington Territory, which oilice he filled for two 
years; was a mem1)er of the Goldendale city council thi-ee terms; 
1SS3, removed to Seattle, where he now resides;" 4 c. 



816 THE DESCENDAX'IS OF 

12783. Sarah Ahbie lloughton\ b. Oct. 8, 1857; m. July f), 1«81, Harry (■. 
Lord ; 1 c. 

12783. Grace Eveline Lord", b. .A.i)ril 20, 1882 ; d. Jan. 22, issG. 

12784. Eva Spauldiiig Hou.Lchton-, b. Aug. 19, 18Go ; d. Jan. 30, 18G9. 

12785. Susie Standish lluugliton', b. I\lay 7, 18G8. 
18786. Jennie ^Maria Houghton-', b. Stpt. 5, 1872. 

12787. TiJO.MAS Feaxkijn; Uoughtox^ 1). July 25, 1820; m. 
]\farc]i 8, 1855, Clarissa C. Diiismore ; a farmer; residence, Iwum-. ] 

liam, Me. ; 3 c. ^ t 

12788. Althoa Clara lloughton^ b. Aug.' 25, 1859. j 

12789. Thomas Josepli Hougbtony, b. March 31, 18G1. I 

12790. Sarah Mureta Houghton^ h. June 14, 1&G3. | 

1 

12791. Clemkntin'e Allen HouGHTo.^•^ b. Jan. 22, 1831; m. 

1, Aug. 11, 1853, Benjamin }.I. Brainerd; he d. Jmie 29, 1850; m. J 

2. Kov. 19, 1861, Levi W. Weston; she resides Skowhegan; 7 c. | 
12792. Frances Amelia Brainerd", b. Aug. 2G, 1855 ; m. James Lewis Fields • 3 

Ic. I 

12703. Herbert Lraiuord Fields"'. f 

12794. Agues Augusta Weston^ b. Dec. 21, 1862. i 

13795. Gertrude Sophia Weston^, b. March 20, 1866. | 

12796. Ernest Gustavus We3ton-\. b. Nov. 7, 18G7. [^ 

12797. Ethel Houghton Weston", b. May 31, 1869. | 

12798. Sarah ^Vestou^ b. Nov. 19, 1870. | 

12799. Margaret Houghton Westoji'% b. Sept. 1, 1873. J 

12800. Joseph Bacon IIoughtox-^ b. Sept. 5, 1832 ; m. June j 

30, 1858, Abbie F. Caldwell, b. Indnstrj, Me., May 28, 1837 ; rcsi- | 

dcnce, Tacoma, \V. T. ; 7 e. - | 

12801. Sarah Augusta Houghtou^ b. Doc. 8, 1863. I 

12802. Thomas Francis Houghton", b. April 25. 1867. | 

12803. Joseph Spaulding Houghton^, b. April 30, 1869. | 

12804. Abbie Estclle Houghton', b. Dec. 25, 1870. | 

12805. Forrest Ludlow Houghton^ b. Dec. 3. 1872. | 

12806. Mabel Houg]lton^ b. 3Larch 1, 1875. j 

12807. Ethel Maud Houghton^, b. Sept. 17, 1877. | 

12808. Maktha Augusta TIoughtox^', b. April 22,1831; m. j 
Dec. 26, 1857, William II. Longley ; she d. Xov. 16, 1860. I 

12809. Dolly .^nEaiua Uoughton^, b. March 19, 1836; m. Nov. | 
18, 1857, A7arren F. Bacon ; re.'^idence, Skowhegan ; 1 c. I 
12810. Joseph Houghton Bacou^ b. Sept. 25, 1861. | 

12811. CiLviiLES Luke IlouGnTOX'^, K Nov. 15, 1838 ; m. Avs j 

1, 1859, Nellie Miller; lie served during tlie war in the 8th Me. j 

Yols. ; residence, San Francisco, where he d. Jmie 11, 1883 ; 2 c. j 

12812. Nellie Maria Houghton^ b. July 28, 1876. • ] 

12813. Susan Estelle Houghton^ b. 1879. 1 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 847 

J2S14. 4. Jonathan Spaulihng^ b. Jan. 23, 1S02 ; m. Alarcli 
lH), 1829, Harriet Baker; lie M'as engaged in lumbering on the 
Moose River ^dlGn a yonng man, and later built a Raw-mill on 
tSabnon Stream, and aftervrards bnilt a hotel at the so-called Forks 
of the Kennel)ec, ^\■here lie resided the remainder of his life; she 
(1. April 16, 1863; he d. Oct. 7, 1872, aged 70; no issue. 

12S15. 5. Abigail Spauluing^, b. Juno 28, 1803; d. Dec. 18, 
1S26 ; unmarried. 

12816. 6. Bridget Spaulding', b. Dec. 21, 1804; m. Sept. 30, 
1834, Alvin Goodrich, b. Bingham, Me., April 19, 1808; d. Roch- 
ester, Minn., March 29, 1888 ; in early life engaged in lumbering 
in Maine ; later, removed to Wisconsin to engage in farming and 
brick-making; about 1878 removed to Minnesota; she d. June 4, 
1886 ; 3 c, b, Maine. 

12817. Lieut. Alvin Dkew Goodrich^ b. Aug. 18, 1836; d. 
unmarried, in soldiers' hospital, Leavenworth, Mav 31, 1887. 

12S18. Augusta B. GoodbichS, b. Atay 26, 1839 ; m. Aug. 29, 

1857, Abel H. Knapp, b. Vermont, iMarcli 9, 1831 ; a farmer and 

stock importer ; residence, Rochester ; 3 c. 

I'JSlSa. Speucer H. Knapp^ 1). Fc4). 2i, 1S59 ; d. Feb. 27, 1888. 
12S18b. Orlando C. Knapp*, b. Feb. •33, 1864 ; d. Feb. 8, 1888. 
12818c. Mabel Knapp^ b. July 27, 1875. 

12819.- Henry C. Goodrich^, b. April 6, 1846; m. Dec. 28, 
1880, Angle L. Slialfer; a farmer; residence, Glyndoii, Minn. ; no 
issue. 



12820. 7. Mehetable Spauldjng', b. Jan. 8, 1806; m. Feb. 
17, 1832, Greeuleaf Longfellow Hill, b. May 22, 1807; d. July 19, 
1882; a mill owner; residence, Skowhegan ; she d. Skowhegan, 
April 21, 1S62 ; 8 c. 

12821. Green S. IIill^, b. Feb. 13, 1834; m. 1. 1850, Sarah 
Shirley ; she d. June 6, 1864, aged 26 ; m. 2. Aug. 8, 1869, Sarah II. 
Pike, b. Xov. 8, 1840; d. July 7, 1876; residence, Skowhegan; 3 c. 
12821a. Willie ITilP. 

12821b. Fred. niIl-\ 

12821c. Percy P. Hill', b. June 7, 1876. 

12822. Abigail Ann IIill^ b. Aug. 14, 1835; m. Samuel 
Searle ; residence, Gi-een Grove, la. 

12823. Dorcas Foster THli/, b. Oct. 5, 1837; m. Xov. 26, 
1870, Henry Washburn i>arney, b. Sept. 8, 1822; residence, 26 
Oedar st., Augusta, Me.; no issue. 



848 THE T)ESCP]NDANTS OF 

1282-I-. CiiARLKS A. IIiltA b. Marcli 1, 3 839; m. Mary .laiu; 
Dcaly ; residcnoo, Waterville ; 2 c, 

128-34a. Maud ITill', 1.. ; d. 

1282'ib. HattieMay Ilill', b. ; d. 

12S25. AViLLiAM v.. lliij/, b. Sept. C, 18-11; d. July 20, 1801. 

12820. Alma Mehetap-le JIill^, b. Feb. 3, 1811; m. Dec. 10, 
3 870, Jolm 0?car llaiiies, j^roprietor of "Hotel Cobnrn,'' vSkowlie- 
gan, i\Le. ; no i.-^siic. 

12827. Samuel W. HillI b. Dee. 1, 1845; m. Helen ElizabLth 
Dealy; sLc d. May 15, J 877, aged 32; residence, AVaterville; 1 e. 
12827a. Kalph ^Val■^el• Hill", b. Oct. I. 1875. 

12828. Clai^a. Emma Hjlls, b. ^lay 7, 1848; m. ^ov. 20, 1800, 
Jarvis Henry Smith, b. ]\iay 7, 1845; d. June 2, 1888; slie resides 
Angiista; 3 c. 

12828a. Harry Knowlton Smith", b. Sept. 7, 1870; d. Jan. 17, 1880. 
12828b. Fred. Boothby Smith-', I). Nov. 2, 1872 ; d. Jan. 17, 18S0. 
12828c. Adelaide Boothby Smith-', h. Sept. 29, 1SS2. 



12829. 8. Anna SrAULUiNO', b. May IS, 1807; m. Nov. 5, 
J 829, Zebina Hotigliton ; site d. Carritunk, Dec. IS, 1837; 1 c. 

12830. PiiiLENE HouGiiTOX^ b. Oct. 7, ISSO ; d. June 24, 184l\ 

12831. 9. Susan- Spauldixg', b. Oct. 30, 1808; m. Dec. 25, 
1828, Aaron Cowee, b. Aug. 4, 1801; d. Jan. 19, 1855; a furni- 
ture manufacturer; residence, Augusta, Me.; slie resides with her 
dangliter at liockland, .\ie. ; 2 c. 

12832. Geokge Cowee^ b. July 13, 1830; m. June 5, 1803, 
]\rory Annie Dalton ; a fur3iiture manufacluier ; address, 323 Co- 
lundjus ave., Boston, ]\rass. ; 2 c. 

12832a. Susan Addie Cowee'\ b. Nov. C. 18G4. 
12832b. George Frederick Cowee'', b. Aug. 9, 1871. 

12833. Maky Howe Cowee^ b. Oct. 9, 1834; m. Marcli 13, 
1804, Eoduey Lincoln Fogg; is superintendent of the Lime liuck 
Tiailroad Co.; residence, Rockland; 1 c. 

] 2833a. Ueury Os-ood Fogg^ b. ]\Iay 12, 1872 ; d. Feb. 3, 1881. 



12834. 10. Dolly Spaulding', b. A])ril 20, 1810; rn. Jan. 1. 
1838, Elbridge Gerry Savage; slie d. Eiubden, Me., jN'ov. 19, 1812; 
2 c. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 849 

12S?)5. Saeaii WiiiTMAN Savage-, h. Aug. 2i, ISIO; m. Aurr, 
14, 1S58, Charles Ricker. 

.12830. Dolly Whitman' Savage\ b. Oct. 25, 1842 ; in. Charles 
Mitchell. 



12837. 11. DoRCA? FuKBUSH Spaulding", 1). June 20, 1815; m. 
Nov. 2, 1837, Charles D. Fo.ter, b. Watcrville, Me., Oct. 22, 1812; 
Mr. Foster has all his life been connected witli the lumber interest; 
began business at the Forks of the Kennebec, and later ojierated. 
saw-mills at Richmond, and with his brother-in-law controlled large 
tracts of wild lands; is tlie head of the iirni of C. R. Foster i^c Son ; 
residence, Richmond ; 8 c. 

12838. Fkances Leonora Foster^ b. Xov. 20, 1838 ; m. xVpril 
13, 1804, Capt. John H. Tapley ; a sea captain; his wife lias made 
several long voyages to China and other Eastej-n ports; 1 c. 

12839. Augusta Mattht-ws Tapley''. b. Nov. 10, 18G7. 

12840. Sarah Whitman Foster^,!). May 12, 1840; m. April 
10, 1802, Henry ]\L Folsom ; a druggist ; residence, Richmond ; 1 c. 
13841. Agnes Maud Folsom^, b. May 9, 18G3. 

12842. Olive Stewart Fo3TER^ b. Feb. 19, 1842; m. Dec. 14, 
1S63, Charles hi. T. J. Southard; a ship-builder, of the firm of 
T. J. Southard .\: Son ; 1 c. 
12843. Thomas J. Sontliaid^, b. Sept. 23. 18G9. 

12844. Charles Henry Foster^, b. Feb., 1844; d. An- 17, 
1840. 

12845. Alice Moon Foster^, b. Dec. 31, 1840 ; d. May 20, 1S73. 
12840. Alma Hanson Foster*^, b. May 18, 1840 ; d. Aug. 0, 1851. 

12847. Darriet Dorcas Foster', b. Fel), 17, 1853; d. July 10, 
1S54. 

12848. Charles Mayhew Foster^ b. Feb. 24, 1854 ; m. Feb. 
25, 1879, Emma P. Kerswell of Skowhegan ; a member of the firm 
of C. B. Foster eV: Son; residence, Richmond; no issue. 



12849. II. Abigail-^, b. Aug-, a, 1776; m. June 25, 
1 790, Jonas, son of Dr. Joiias and jlaiy (Parker) Marshall, 
1>. Chelmsford, Mass., Xov. '27, 17(JS; d. Dec. 31, 1858; 
I'osidence, FitcLburg-, Mass. ; she d. Sept. 5, 1854, aged 
'8; 3 c. 

5t ■ 



850 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

12550. 1. Dit. Jonas A. ^Nlakshai.t.', b. "Sliwoh 21,1800; in. I. 
Oct. 1, 1S20, ]\Iary Caroline Edwards of Teiii]>le, ]S\ II.; she d. 
Sept. 7, 1S2S ; m. 2. Sept., 1S3T, Mrs. Harriet S. (Bowers) llowv 
of Billerica; she d. Xov. 12, 1S17; in. 3. ^NFarch, 1S51, Ann 15. 
Bowers, a sister of tlie second wife; Dr. ^[arshall was for nuinv 
years a physician at Fitchliuri:', liaviiio; an extensive practice am! 
respected by every one; retired from active practice and resided 
for some years at AVashington. D. C ; lie d. Cliarlestown, ]\Ia^s., 
Feb. 25, 1SS7, iiged SG ; 1 c. 

12551. Josf:rn A. ]\Iajjshall*, b. June 15, 1810 ; m. ; resi- 
dence, Chicago ; no c. livhig. 

12852. 2. Abigail Marshall', b. March 17, 1805 ; d. Ang. 10, 
1822. 

12853. 3. Ciiai;lotte E. M.u^.shall', b. Aug. 24, 1814; m. Juno 
25, 1838, Thomas C. Caldwell, b. Lunenburg, ]\Iass. ; came to Fitch - 
burg wlien a boy, remaining there till 1S8-1; a merchant, occnpyhig 
the same store in Fitchburg nearly iifty years ; present residence, 
Dorchester; 7 c. 

12854. William T. .AL Caldwell^ b. Seid. 11,1839; d. Jan. 
29, 1840. 

42855. WiLLiA>[ Af. CaldwellV>- Jan. 2, 1841; killed in the 
battle of the AVilderness, ALay G, 18G4. 

12856. Chaklotte E. Caldwell^, b. March 5, 1843; unmarried. 

12857. Abky C. Caldwell'', b. Alarch 17, 1 847 ; d. Sept. 17, 1848. 

12858. Eliot Lincoln CALD\VELL^ b. Sept. 14, 1851; m. Oct. 
17, 1877, Anna E. Ilowes of Petersham, Mass. ; no issue. 

12S59, Emily ]\L\y Caldwell^, b. April 8, 1854; unmarried. 

128G0. Louise AViiitman Caldwell^, b. April 13, 185G; mi- 
married. 

12861. ILL Jonathan^ b. Sept. 6, 1778; m. 1. Jan., 
1804, Anna Jackson; she d. May 9, 1821, without issue; 
m. 2. Jan. 8, 1S22, Sally Flint; a farmer ; settled at AVot- 
niinster, where be d. July 11, 1829; slie d. June, 1S8'S 
aged 80 ; 3 c. 

128G2. 1. ZAciiAKEuf, b. Nov. 7, 1822; m. 1. Oct. 10, fslT. 
Ellen J. Johnson; m. 2. Rebecca ; m. 3. June 30, I8''"'n 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WKYMOUTII. 851 

Iji-idget J. McGowan; a liai'iiess-maker ; resided for a time at 
Fitcliburii: ; liis present address is unknown ; is said to luive Lad 3 
c. one by eacli ni. 

12803. AViLLiAM^, b. ;by]stni. 

1281)4. xV dang-liter^, b. ; by 2d m. 

128r)la. Infant son^, b. ; d. June 18, 1865. 



12805. 2. Edward', b. Fel). 20, 1824 ; m. Get. 11, 1840, Frances 
E. "\Vetlierbee ; he enlisted in Co. F, 25tli ]\[ass. Yols., and served, 
during' the war; at its close he located at Xewborn, X. C. ; no issue. 

12S0G. 3. Charles', b. Jan. 24, 1820; m. Sept. 4, 1850, Yiola 
Gates; a chair maker; he d. ]\Larch 14, 185iJ ; his widow m. Edwin 
Hill of W. Gai-dner ; 3 c. 

12807. Eliza J.^ b. Aug. 25, 1851 ; ni. Sept. 3, 1872, Charles 
reabi;)dy ; 2 c. 

12SGa William Whitman Peabody'', b. Dec. 29, ISTo. 
1280L). Mary Lydia Peabody-', b. Oct. 9. ISSQ. 

12870. LydiaI b. Jam It), 1853; m. Sept. 22, 1874, Wallace M. 

Gibbs; she d. Aug. 23, 1877; 1 c. 

12ST1. Maud Tha Gibbs', b. Doc. 23, 1875. 

12872-. Emma F.', b. A\n\] 10, 1857; m. Dee. 25, 1882, James 
Sullivan Stone, son of William Edvrard and Sally (Stone) Tidd, b. 
Dec. 25, 1852 ; she is a fine musician ; lie graduated at Amherst, 
1877; is superintendeiit of a cotton mill ; i-esidence, Gardner, ]\[ass. 



12873. IV. ELIZABET^l^ b. March 7, 1781 ; m. Embden, 
Mc, Oct. 21, ISOo, Caleb Williams, b. I^ridgowater, Mass., 
^[arcli 7, 1781 ; j'ceidence, Eiiibdeii, wJiere she d. Aug. 12, 
ES58, aged 77 ; 14 c. 



12874. 1. Chaklotte Williams', b. Jan. 7,1804; m. Sept. 10, 
1829, Jonah Houghton of }Jadisun, Me., b. Dec. 14, 1800; she d. 
.March 17, 1848; (lie m. 2. Sept. 3, 1848, Mrs. Emehne (Hooker) 
Clapp, b. Oct. 21, I^D;;) ri'sidence. No. Anson, Me. ; 4 c. 

12875. Makshall W. HoL:(ajTox^, b. June 7,1830; ni. 1, Jnly 
10,1851, llamsaii S. ih-ay. b. jlay 13, 1832; d. April 28, 1809; 
iiL 2. July 1(1, 1870. Jennie S. Healey ; a farmer; residence, iNTo. 
'\ nson ; 4 c. 



852 THE DKSCEXDANTS OF 

1287G. Cliarles ^^. Houghton'', b. Nov. 2. 1S'.V2 ; d. Dec. 21, 1858. 

12877. Cliarles W. Ilougliton-. b. Sej)!. 8, 1807 ; in. April 2"), l.sy.5, Angie "Waul 
of ^Madison, 3Ic. ; i?; engaged in lumber trade at San Francisco, Cal, 

12878. Fred. M. lloughtou'', b. Oct. S. 18ti.j : at liome. 

12879. Nellie Eva IIougMoii', b. June 10, 1879. 

12880. AVakkex ^y. Hol-gtitoxMj. Jan. 3. 1S.';2 ; m. FeL. i:]. 
1SG8, Virginia F., daughter of Flij;ili, Jr. and Jane C. (Sliaw) 
]\Ianter ; residence. San Francisco, Cal. ; 1 c. 
12831. Edward Payson Houglitoi-', b. Jan. 30, 1869. 

12882. JoxAiT HoEGiiTox, JrJ, b. :\ray 15, l.s39 ; m. Ang. 1, 
1870, Maria TJemick ; residence, Arroya Grande, Cal. ; 5 c. 

12883. Houghton^ 

12884. Ploughtou^ 

12S85. Houghton^ 

108S6. Hougliton^ 

12887. Houghton^ 

12SSS. Betsey JIoughton^, h. March 20, ]S4.j ; m. Oct. 31, 18^1, 
Joseph Elder; she d. M'itliont issue, Xov. 4, 1S73. 



12889. 2. ]MAr.Y Williams', b. March 31, lS(i5; m. Sept. lU, 
1826, Jonatlian Eanics. b. Jan, 18, 1805 ; d. Aug. 13, 1ST5 ; a 
fanner; residence, Embden, ]\re., where slie now resides with lier 
son Phineas, aged 83 ; 11 c. 

12S90. Calei; Eames\ ) d. May 28, 1827. 

[b. "May 24, 1827; 

12891. Phixeas Eami:s\ ) "^ m. Dec. 5, 1849. 

Pliilena X. Thompson ; a farmer ; residence, Embden ; 5 c. 

12893. Abbie Eames'', b. July 13, 1850; m. April 9, 1873, Frank Dimly; a 

farmer ; residence, Embden ; 3 c. 
12893. Lena F. Donly'o, b. May 8, 1873. 
12891. lua M. Donly'^ b. Aug. 12. 1875. ' 
12S95. Cora E. Donly^^ b. Fel). 23, 1877. 

12896. Owen Fames', b. May 8, 1852: m. 1. Jan. 2, 1876, Florence Tozior of 
Madison: she d. Dec. 3, 1878: m. 2. July 23, 1882, Edna Mitcliell of 
Auburn ; an upholsterer ; residence, Boston ; address, 1 Hancock st. : 
no issue. 

12897. Charles E. Earaes"', b. March 5, 1854; m. Nov. 3, 1881, Rest Durrell ; 
a farmer at No. xVnson ; no issue. 

12898. Frank P. Fames'', b. June 6, 1857 : m. 1. June 9. 1884, Clara B. Thomp- 
son of Embden; slie d. July 28, 1884: m. 2. Boston, June 2G. 1>'"'^- 
Jennie "Wells of Boston : an upholsterer, with J. & J. Dobsou, 5,^5 
"Washington st., Boi^ton. 

12899. George C. Eames^ b. Dec. 10. 18G9. 

12900. JoxA'rH.-v>,' W. EAMEs^ b. Dec. 28, 1828; m. Sept. 2". 
1854, Angeline. danghter of AVarrcn and ^NFai'ia (Ayers) Tln'mpsoii. 
b. Dec. 20, 1835 ; d. Oct. 27, 1SS2; residence, Embden; 5 c. 



J0]1X WIIITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. S53 

liUOl. Etta ^I. Eamos", b. Sept. 9. is.lO ; m. July 4, 1S75, JoIid Purkiss ; a 

luiller; rfsitletice, Santa Barbara, Cal. ; •") c. 
12902. Cliristoplier C. Purkiss"', b. July iO, ISTG. 
129l)B. :Mirtif M. Purkiss'". b. Jan. 1. li^TS. 
12001. Bernice B. Purki^s''^ b. :\lay 'S, 1879. 

12905. Roland Y. Purkiss'". b. Jan. 7, issl. 

12906. Prosper J. Purkiss'", b. Feb. 1, ISijrj. 

12907. Eda M. Ernes-', b. April 7, 1863; ni. Oct. 31, 1883, Wade IL, son of 
Thomas and Margaret (Hay) Sawyer, b. Jan. 19, 1860 ; a farmer ; resi- 
dence, Oiilds. Santa Barbara Co., Cal. ; 1 c. 

12908. Percy L. Sawyer"', b. Dec. 21, IS:'.;! 

1290^. Eva Eanies-'. b. April 11, 186-1 ; m. Oct. 8, 1880, Nicholas Klink ; a 
farmer ; residence, Santa Barbara, Cal. ; 1 c. 

12910. Jennie M. Klink-', b. July 3, 1884. 

12911. Al)raham Lincoln Eames^, b. Jan. 21, 1865. 

12912. A\'illiam Grant Eames-', b. Feb. 1, 1869. 

1l>91:3. Austin E.ui]:s^ b. Feb. 10, 1831; m. Amie HoUis ; a 
farmer; residence, Eiiibdeii ; c. 

12914. Melzar Eames-', b. March 10, 1857 ; m. April 27, 1878, Etta Thompson 

of Anson, Me. ; a farmer ; residence, Embden, Me. ; 1 c. 
12015. Grace Eanies^". b. April 5, 1880. 

12916. Ida Eames-', b. Nov. 7, 1858; m. 3rarch 5, 1882, Amos Adams; a 
tailor ; residence, N()rridgewock, Me. 

12917. Roscoe Eames'', b. March 19, 1862. 

12918. Nellie Earaes^ b. March 19, 1864. 

12919. Cora Eames^ b. Feb. 15, 1869; m. May 13, 1888, J. B. Sibley: a 
farmer; residence, Embden. 

12920. Perley Eames", b. Nov. 14, 1871. 

12921. AmroN Eames^ b. Dec. 4, lSo3 ; m. Sept. lu, 1S60, Maria 
Kerslnioj ; a fanner ; residence, Flagstaff, Me. ; 6 c. 

12922. Ansel Earnest b. Nov. 2, 1862. 

12923. Cornelia Fames'-', b. Aug. 7, 1864. 

12924. Yelsoria Fames-, b. June 8, 1866. 

12925. Otis Eames^ b. 31ay 9, 1870. 

12926. Harvey Fames', b. Jan. 6, 1874. 

12927. Herbert L. Fames^ b. July 7, ls83. 

13028. Geokge L. Eames^ b. Xov. 30,1835; m. Dec. 5, 1860, 
Edie Tlionipson ; a farmer ; residence, Embden ; no issue. 

12929. Cykexa Eamls^ b. Feb. U;, 1838; m. April 15, 18GU, 
Moses Hollis ; she d. Feb. 20, 1870; lie resides Upton, Mass.; 
2 c. 

12930. Ella Hollis^ b. Dee. 5, 1^60. 

12931. Lottie Hollis", b. Sept. 15, 1865. 

12932. Maktix EA^[Es^ 1). Xov. 21:, 1840 ; d. Oct. 5, 1843. 

12933. ^LvKTix Eames^ b. ]S\)v. 20, 1843 ; d. in the army, March 
0, 1SG4. 



854 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

120:U. Addik W. Eamiv<\ b. Feb. 7, IS 10; m. Aui^. 2, ISTo, 
AYillirtiii Jacop ; a jxiiiitor ; rcsideneo, xsew Portland, Me. ; 1 c. 
12935. Angie A. Jacop, b. March 17, 1871. 

12930. Owen Eamks\ I). April 15, 18-IS ; d. Sept. 11, 1850. 



12937. 3. AniGATL Williams', b. Jimo 25, 1 SOO ; d. June 29, 18()9. 

12938. 1. Bktsky AVilltams', b. Oct. 31, 18()7 ; in. July 31, 182S, 
Joslnia Gray of Enibden, Me., b. Xov. 22, 1803 ; d. Ang. 17, 1870 ; 
residence, Einbdcn, wliere slie d. Se})t. 8, 1881, aged 77 ; 7 c. 

12939. Enos Gkay^ b. Fob. 4, 1829; ni. May 13, 1852, :\rind- 
"vyell Thompson of Enibden ; a fanner ; residence, Wlieatland, Wis. ; 
2 c. 

12940. Imogene Thol)ll-)Son^ b. Nor. 12, 1854. 

12941. Oscar Thompson^ b. Jau. 8, 1856. 

12942. Adeline Geay\ b. July, 1830 ; d. Xov. 13, 1833. 

12913. Joseph E. GKAY^ b. March 9,1832; m. Boston, Mass., 
Dec. 3, 1804, Lizzie Smith; a merchant; residence, Shambnrg, 
Pa. ; no issue. 

12944. FpxAnklin Gray^ b. Oct. 28, 1833; m. June 6, 1801, 
Augusta ]\Iorse of Sko^y]legan, Me. ; residence, Skowhogan ; was 
proprietor of tlie "Elm House;" he d. Oct. 27, 1SG5 ; 1 c. 
12945. Bella Gl•ay^ b. oTune SO, 18G4. 

12940. Helen Geav^ b. Dec. 17, 1857 ; m. June 8, 1856, Albert 
E. Hilton of So. Anson ; a fruit dealer in Quincj Market, Boston ; 
he d. in that city, July 30, 1881 ; 2 c. 

13947. Charles Hilton', b. Aug. 23, 1857; m. Jaii. 1, 1883, Lillie Taylor of 
Charlestowii, Mass. ; is assistajit foreman N. Y. & N. E. grain elevator 
at So. Boston, 

12948. Frank B. Eilton% b. Sept. 15, 1880. 

12949. Elizabeth Gkay^ b. ^^ov. 17, 1840 ; m. Aug. 27, 1800, 
Augustus Chapin, son of Thurmau llarlon and Julia Ann (Chapin) 
Miller, b. Avon, Ct., 1835 ; a farmer ; residence, Hartford, Ct., 
where he d. Oct. 23, 1884, and where his widow resides ; address, 
325 Xew Britiiin ave. ; 4 c. 

12950. Joseph Augustus ]\liller'-', b. Boston, Mass., July 21, 1801 ; m. Jan. 7, 
1885, Anna Levaugh. (huighter of Henry Martin and Phebe Ann 
(Bailey) Babcock, b. Hartford, June 80, 1863 ; a farmer ; residence, 
Hartford. 

12951. Carrie Elizabeth I\Iiller\ b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 22, 1SG3 ; m. Nov. 
20, 1880, Eiiada Miner Dickinson ; a merchant, doing business at 231 
Pearl St., N. Y. City. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. ' 855 

12952. Minnie Gertrude ^tliller', b. Hartford, Dec. 30, 1871. 

12953. Mason Cliapiu MiJler\ b. Hartford, Oct. 1, ISTo. 

12954. Maksiiall J. Gi:ay\ b. Oct. 29, lS4r; ; m. Sept. 1, 1873, 
Gerti-ude Cole of Datavia, N. Y. ; was engaued in the oil trade at 
Sliauibiirg, Pa., Avliere lie d. Aug. 23, 1S8U; 3 c. 

129o5. Howard Gray'', b. Oct. 21, 1871. 

129.jG. Frank H. Gray^ b. Feb. 2-1, 1875. 

12957. Marshall Gray-', b. July 20, ISSO ; d. Bradford, Ta., Jan. 13, 1882. 



12958. 5. Zaciiakiah AVilliams", b, June 11, 1809; in. 1. 1830, 
Ann McFadden. b. Jan. 21, 18 10; d. April 3 3, 1812; m. 2. Jan. 
10, 1813, Xancy T3erry, b. Feb. 10, 1810; residenee, Xo. Anson; 
12 c., six by each m. 

12959. Armixda Williams\ b. April 30 ; d. May 18, 1831. 

12900. CoRXELiA WILLIAMs^ b. Dgc. 13, 1832 ; ni. Bradford, son 
of Jothani and Fanny (Thorn pson) Stevens, b. Enibden, July, 1832 ; 
she d. Lewisto]!, Me., Dee. 6, 1800 ; lie resides Faro-o, Dak. ; 5 c. 

12961. ^ledora Stevens', b. May 2-1, 1853 ; m. 1873, George Johnson ; a 

farmer; residence, Long- Island, Portland, Me. ; 5 c. 
12902. Albert Johnson"', b. Oct. 10. 1874. 

12963. Julia Johnson^", b. May 8, 1876. 

12964. Hubert. M. Johnson^^ b. Jan. 19, 1S78. 

12965. Nettie M. Johnson^", b. :\Iay 18, 1882. 

12966. Nellie Johnson"', b. Oct. 1, 1883. 

12967. Ella Jane SIevens^ b. Solon, April 10. 1854 ; ni. Dec. 25, 1879, Charles, 
son of John and Eliza (Haskell) Andrews; residence, 3 Milford st., 
Bangor, Me. ; no issue. 

12968. Helen Maria Stevens^ b. ; d 

12969. Lizzie Emma Stevens', b. Solon, Aug. 31. 1856; m. St. Albans, :\Ie., 
April 27, 1871, Henry Clay, son of Edson Clay and Rebecca Emory 
(Butler) Boker, b. Ripley, Aug. 2, 1842; a harness-maker ; residence, 
St. Albans ; 5 c., b. St. Albans. 

12970. Winnie Clare Boker^, b. July 13, 1872 ; d. Jan. 10, 1875. 

12971. Minnie Rebecca Bokeri'\ b. A})ril 23, 1875. 

12972. Celia Bassett Boker"\ b. Jan. 11, 1877. 

12973. May Maxwell Boker"', b. Dec. 20, 1879. 

12974. Ida Gertrude Boker>", b. May 20, 1881. 

12975. Marshall Fostello Stevens", b. Lewiston, March 31, 1860 ; unmarried ; 
residence, Salem, Me. 

1297G. Llewkli.yx ^V^LUA^^s\ b. May 2, 1835; d. Feb. 17, 
1812. 

12977. Lucy Ellkn Wilijams^ b. July 10, 1830 ; ni. Sept. 1, 
1857, Charles B., son of Wasliington and Betsey (Spaiddinp;) Mc- 
Inlire, b. March 21, 1831 ; a merchant; residence, Solon; 1 c. 
12978. Etta Frances Mclntire\ b. :siarch 31, 1859 ; d. April 9, 1864. 



85G THE DESCENDANTS OF 

12970. Elizaukth AViluams^, 1). ]\[;i_v la, ls:;9 ; m. ^InvQii 18, 
ISGO, Oriu ()., SMU of Tuftoii and Miiry (Le;ieh) Yittiua, h. Aug. 5, 
1S30 ; a inerelKiiit ; rc>i(Ienct', Solon; 3 c. 

1L>'J80. Frederick A. Viluim". b. Juno 18, 1801; ui. Feb. 2C,, IBSn, Julia A., 
daughter of Sanuiel X. and Celia (liugers) Tibbitts ; a merebaut ; resi- 
dence. Solon. 

129S1. Frank :\r. Vi{tum^. b. July 31, 186-2: m. April U. 1886, ilabel G., 
daughter of Cljarles T. and Juliet (Baker) Webster, b. Sept. 8, 1805 ; a 
hotel keeper ; residence, Solon. 

12982. Viola V. Vivtuui\ b. May IG. 18G4 ; m. Oct. 2:5, 1883, Joel II., son of 
Joel and Elvira (Drury) <'ray, b. 18G0 ; a fanner ; residence, Embden. 

12953. TiLSON AVillia:.is^ b. July 27, 1S4J ; d. Dee. IG, ]S-iG. 

12954. ^^LvriLDA AViLLTAMs^ b. Sept. 25, 1843 ; ni. Marcli 4, 18G2, 
Cyru-s Booth! »ay, sun of Grant and Louise (Bootbbay) Stevens ; a 
farnier ; re.^idenee, irernuin. Grant CY>., ]\Iinn. ; 1 c. 

12985. Ida May SteTens^ b. SejU. 6, 1862 ; d. Aug. 26. 1873, 

129SG. Sakah AYilliams'\ b. April 30, 1845; m. ^larcli 31, 
1867, Almon II., son of Isaiah and Sojihronia (A7ells) Felker, b. 
Aug. 2, 1842; a farmer; residence, Palmyra; P. O. Pitlsiiekl ; 
4c.^ 

12987. Mary Ethel Felker", b. May 31, 1870 ; d. Aug. 10, 1877. 

12988. Bertha B. Felker^, b. Jan. 12, 1872. 

12989. Ivan I. Felkcr^ b. Oct. IG. 1875. 

12990. Leon H. Felker", b. Oct. 15, 1878. 

12991. IlAr.niET T. M"illiams\ b. Jnne 28, 1847 ; ni. June, 18G9, 
Henry B. Meri-y ; i-esidence, Xo. Anson, where site d. Xov. 24, 
1877 ; 2 c, who d. in infancy. 

12992. Joel WJLLIA.^^s^ b. April 7, 1849 ; d. March 12, 18GG. 

12993. Makyetta Williams^ b. Oct. 22, 1852 ; m. July, 1869, 
Ziiia Xorton ; a farnier ; residence, Solon ; no issue. 

12994. Weustek ^,VILLElMs^ b. March 29, 1856 ; m. Feb. 11, 
1879, jMary Lawrence; a fanner; residence, No. Anson; no issue. 

12995. 6. Amos Williams^ b. Feb. 2G, 1811 ; m. March 4, 1841, 
Albina Eowc, b. Concord, ^^le., July 19, 1819; d. April 2, 1862; 
a farmer; residence. Embden; he d. IVTay 8, 1883, aged 72; 9 c, 
all b, Embden. 

12996. Celestia ^VuAJA^i>^ b. Dec. 28, 1841 ; m. Dec. 29, 1861, 
Jerome B., son of Walter and Lydia (Sjiaulding) Spauldiug of 
Anson; residence, San Francisco, (.'al. ; he is one of the directors 
of the State Board of Prison:^ ; 2 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 857 

r,'99Go. Walter A. Spauldinc;;''. b. I'^mbdon, Mf., July, ISH:] ; d. Aug. 28, 18Co. 
12'J!)T. Iladas.sa May Sj-aukliug-'. b. Sau Francisco, :May 11, 1800. 

12;)0S. Sr^rxEK Williams\ b. July 29; d. Aug. 7, lS-13. 

12009. ;Maksiiall L. Williams^, b. Jan. 30, 1845 ; in. Xov. 9, 
1870, Eunice Heak-y ; a carpenter; residence, Solon; no issue. 

13000. EsTiiKR AViLi.i.urs^t. Dec. 23, 18l<) ; ni. Se})t. 7,1878, 
:M. 1). :\[albun, b. Skowliegan, ^le., Oct. 8, 1855 ; a bout and shoe 
manufacturer; residence, 1 Hancock st., llaverliill, >»Ia.ss. ; no 
issue. 

13001. Effik AVilliams^ b. Jan. IS, 1S50; m. June 22, 1872, C. 
F. Drew ; residence, Skowliegan ; 1 c. 

13002. Eva L. Dre\\-', b. Sept. 14, 1880. 

13003. Freeman E. Williams^, 1). Oct. 27, 1852 ; in. Sept. 3, 
1879, Xaonii Stevens; a luirness-maker ; residence, Xo. Anson; no 
issue. 

13004. Fkederick A. AVieeiams-, b. Aug. 20,1850; a farmer; 
nnmarried ; residence, Endjden. 

13005. May S. ^YlLl.lAJ.l^\ b. Aug. 2, 1858 ; m. Jan. 8, 1883, 
Frederick B. Flagg ; residence, lt)2d st. and Fleetwood ave., X. Y. 
City ; 1 c. 

13006. Theresa Mildreth Flag■g^ b. Oct. 30, 1883. 

13007. Floka S. AYilliams\ b. Sept. 18, 1800; unmarried; resi- 
dence, Embden. 

13008. 7. Foster AA^illiams^ b. Nov. 20, 1813; m. 1. Xov. 0, 
1834, Elsie, daughter of Moses and Zilpljia (Ames) Ayer, b. May 
12,. 1815 ; d. Jan. 11, 180',i ; m. 2. Aug. 20, 1871, Eose A., daughter 
of Benjamin and Betsey (Parkman) Smith; a hotel proprietor; 
residence, Solon; he d. Oct. 25, 1884; she resides Solon; S c. 

13000. Ai CoLEM.v.\ AV]ELL\Ms^ b. Fcb. 28, 1835; nn Feb. 4, 
1808, Sarah Watson, daughter of Benben Savage; residence, E. 
Sonierville, Mass., where he d. Jan. 10, 1887; 1 c. 
13010. Gene Savage Wmiams^ b. Jan. 1, 1869. 

13011. Adaltxe G. AVieeiams^ b. Feb. 28, 1835; m. 1. Sept. 0, 
1858, Alanson Sliattuck, b. ; d. ; m. 2. Henry T. Shat- 

tuck ; residence, Campello, Alass. ; 1 c. 
13U12. Myrtie Sliattuck^ b. April 13, 1863 ; d. May 31, 1871. 

13013. Betsey W, Wieeevms^ b. Feb. 23,, 1837 ; d. Jan. 23, 1850. 



858 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13014. Paulinus Foster AVn,LiAMs«, b. Fel). 11, 1839; m. Sept. 
29, 1S63, Esther A., (laiiii;litor of John Ehh-idi;e and Eebeeca (Cross) 
Gardner, h. Dec. 13, 18 to ; a wliolesale hnnlier nieivhant ; residence, 
llillsitle ave., 1']. SoniLTNille ; L* c. 

13015. Ernest Paulinns Wi]lia^us^ b. June 6, 1808. 
13015a. EOie Mny WiUJanis\ b. Mrirch 2 ; d. April 23, 1872. 

18016. Pin-ciT.LA WiLT.LOF>\ 1). Jinio 13, 18! 1 ; ni. July 29, 18GG, 
John, son of Sannuil and llnnnali Pitman, 1). April IG, 1811 ; d. 
Dee. 13, 1886 ; residence, Topshain ; 2 c. 

13017. Aug-nsta Pitman'', b. May 18, 1809. 

13018. WiUiani Pitman-', b. Jan. 4, 1871. 

13019. Dk LoiiA Akvii.la Williams^ b. Jniie 29, 1845 ; m. Boston, 
Aug. 5, 18G7, Ptiiel William, son of Jacob and Harriet XevN'oll (Cur- 
tis) Berry, b. July 11, 1838 ; residence, Cambridge, Mass. ; 2 c. 

18020. Herbert Uallett Berry", b. I\[arch 13, 1872. 
13021. Harry Forrest Berry^, b. Aug. IG, 1880. 

13022. IsonA D. Williams^, b. March 20, 1817 ; unmarried ; resi- 
dence, 1 James st., Boston. 

^ 13023. Angela Willia>[s^ b. Dec. 25, 185G ; m. Jan. 26, 18S0, 
Hermon F. .Moody ; an overseei' iii cottoii mill; residence, Lancas- 
ter, S. C. ; 2 c. 

13024. Clarence Harold Moody^ b. Doc. 27, 1880 ; d. Oct 22, 1884. 

13025. Florence Elsie MoodyS b. Au;-. 17, 1882. 



13026. 8. Wakeen Williams', b. July 1, 1811; m. Sarah A. 
Lewis, b. March 11, 1828; d. June 26, 1876; a farmer; residence, 
Embden, where lie d. Feb. 15, 1881; 10 c. 

13027. Rose WILLIA^rs^ b. Feb. 12, 1819; d. Ang. 11, 1870. 

13028. IIattie M. WiLLiAMs^b. Oct. 12, 1850; d. Aug. 28, 1870. 

13029. David L. Willia^ms^ b. Sept. 21, 1851 ; m. Ella, daughter 
of Moses and (Moore) Thompson ; residence, New Brunswick. 

13030. Joseph G. Williams^ b. May 29, 1856; m. Sept. 26, 
1881, Georgiamia, daughter of Lyman and Mercy Ann (Dellingj 
Howe, b. Aug. 5, 1869 ; residence, Norridgewock ; 1 c. 

13031. Esther i\Iay Williams^ b. July 5, 1885. 

13032. Lizzie S. WILLIAMs^ b. .ALarch 21, 1859 ; d. Oct. 23, 1.^76. 

13033. WAmiEN L. ^VuAA Ayis\ b. Aug. 23, 1861 ; m. 

13034. Ellen Williams^ 1). Aug. 14, 18G3 ; in. Oct. 29, 1881, 
Samuel, son of Alender and Catharine (]\ratson) Padhani ; i-esidcnce, 
Solon ; 4 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 850 

13005. Lizzie B. Padlulul^ b. Nov. 24, IsSi. 

130;)0. Lulu M. Pa.lham''. b. Dec. 21, iss3. 

130:37. Maude I. Pa(lbam\ h. Aug. 21 ; d. Sept. 11, 188G. 

13037a. Jasper S. Padbanl^ b. Sept. 4, 1SS7. 

3303S. EuGENK ]\I. WILLIAMs^ 1). April ] 7, 1805 ; in. 1885, . 

13039. Albkrt C. AVlLLIAMs^ b. Fch. 14, 18GS. 

13040. Arthur M. AVillia.ms^ b. April 27, 1870. 

130-11. 9. Abigail AYiLLiAMS', b. Feb. 2,1817; d. unmarried, 1 

Jan. 7, 1880. 

13042. 10. Albert Williams', b. June 25, 1819; d. Oct. 8, 
1820. 

13043. 11. Sally Williams"', b. Ann-. 17 ; d. Sept. 8, 1820. 

13044. 12. Albei;t Williams^ b. ^[arcll 23, 1823; m. July 1, 
1853, Ellen, dauyljtcr of Christojilicr and Betsey (Johnson) Atkin- 
son, b. Embden, Aui;-. 4, 1837; a farmer; in 1SG5 lie removed to 
Baraboo, Wis., where he d. Xov. 10, 18G7; (she m. 2. March 7, 
1870, Walworth D. Porter of Baraliou ; has had 2 c. : Christopher 
L. Porter, b. Marcli 4, 1872; d. July 10, 1876; Cornelia Stanley 
Porter, b. March 13, 1S77;) 5 c. 

13045. George Atkinson Williams^, b. Feb. 16, 1855 ; m. 
Dec, 1875", Mary L., daughter of Charles N. and Augusta Stevens 
of Madison, Wis. ; was a conductor of C. X. W. P. P. ; he d. Feb. 
2, 1877; (she m. 2. 1884, Herman Puss;) 1 c. 
13016. George Ea}^non(i Williams^, b. Oct. 21, 1S76. 

13047. Addie Frances Williams^, b. April 10, 1857; m. Oct. 
11, 1876, Pichard B. Griggs of Waukegan ; a merchant; residence, 
Baraboo ; no issue. 

13048. Albert Henry Williams^, b. May 9, 1859. 

13049. Lizzie Atkinson Williams^, b. May 28, 1861. 

13050. Carrie E. Williams^, b. April 16, 1865 ; m. Jan. 19, 
1887, Dr. B. ]S^. Webster, b. iSew Pichmond, Wis., Sept., 1863; a 
practicing physician ; residence. Shell Pake, AVis. ; 1 c. 
13050a. Paul Albert Webster'', b. June 22, 1S8S. 



13051. 13. Cyrena Williams', b. June 27, 1824; m. March 
31, 1852, Jotham G. Witham, b. Xov. 26, 1818; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Embden ; 8 c. 

13052. Eugene Withams, b. Feb. 21, 1853; d. April 2, 1854. 



8G0 Tllf] DESCENDANTS OF 

13053. Parkeu ■^VITirAM^ 1.. Marcli 1^7, 1S55. 

130:.4. Allex AViTiiAM^, h. Xov. [t, 1850; d. Avii;'. 28, 1S58. 

iai>55. EiUMA Wit]!Am\ b. ALirch 1, 185S; d. Feb. IT, 1878. 

131 )5G. Dassie AViTirAM^ b. Dec. -1, 1859. 

13057. Grant AVIT^A:.i^ 1). Dec. 13, 18(]1. 

13058. LuKA T^rmAM^ b. Feb. 21, 1804. 

13059. Ada C. Witram^ b. Dec. 31, 1805. 



13000. 11. Marshall W. Willlvms', b. Dec. 20, 1820 ; d. 1811. 

13061. Y. ZACiiArjAif', b. May 5, 17S2; m. about 1812, 
Rebecca Dods ; a farmer; ]ie d. July 20, 1825; 3 c. 



13062. 1. JoNATiiiN'^, b. July 19, 1813; m. 1. April 1, 1811, 
Eliza Ann Siinonds ; slie d. April 19, 1851 ; m. 2. March 23, 1852, 
Kancy E. Holden ; she d. Dec. 21, 1854; nr 3. Sept. 25, 1^55, 
Marv Jane, danc.-]iter of John and Polly AVbeeler of Ashby ; she d. 
Aug. 25, 1871 ; he M-a- at one time extensively engaged in lumber- 
ing and pos.?essed of a considerable fortune, but has lost a large 
portion of his })roperty throu£:;h unfortunate investments ; a farmer ; 
residence, Leominster, Mass. ; 5 c. 

13003. Waldo', b. Dec. 8, 1812; m. 1805, ; he enlisted 

in Co. II, 4th Heavy Artillery, Mass. A'ols., and served one year; 
residence, Leominster; 2 c, one unhno\vn. 
13068a. Emma J. E.^, b. Nov. 13, 1868. 

180GL Mary^ b. iS^ov. 15, 1848; d. Aug. 15, 1849. 

13065. Franklin^, b. March 31, 1851; a carpenter; residence, 
Oakland, Oal. 

13000. Mary Eliz.i^ b. Oct. 27, 1857; she is at home and 
manages her father's house. 

13007. ZACLTARiAn WiNFiELD-, b. Jan. 31, 1802; d. July 16, 
1880. 



L30G8. 2. Cath.arine^ b. Feb. 20, 1815; m. April 12, 1836, 
Isaac Cowdrey, b. March 20, 1811; residence. No. Leominster; slie 
d. Feb. 8, 1873 ; c. 

13009. Porter AYjiitman Cowdrey^ b. Jan. 3, 1837; d. Dec. 
8, 1847. 



JOE^^ WIIITMAX OF WEYMOLTTII. 861 

13070. Mary Abby Cowdkey^ b. Feb. 3, 1S41 ; m. 'May 20, 
18G3, George II. Carter; a morchaut ; residence, Springfield, Mass. ; 
•2 c. 

13071. Herbert Whitman Carter", b. July 1o, 1808. 

13072. Chester Spaulding Carter'-', b. Sept. IG, 1872 ; d. Nov. 4, 1874. 

18073, Ezra Albert Cowdrey'^, b. Oct. 30, ISIO ; d. July, 1S18. 

13074. Clara Rebecca Cowdrey-^, b. April 30, 1849 ; d. March 
17, 1850. 

13075. E:mma Adelia Co^YDREY^ b. Xov. 17, 1852 ; d. July 2r>, 

1878. 

13076. William K Cowdrey^, b. Sept. 29, 1855 ; d. Aug. 3, 
1857. 



13077. 3. Mary^, b. Aug. 15, 1819 ; d. when about 22 yeai-s of 

13078. VI. Catharine'', b. July 11, 1783; d. July 2G, 
1806. 

13079. VII. Mary^ b. June 19, 1785; m. 1812, Jonas 
Goss; she d. Avithout issue, Feb. 16, 1813. 

13080. . VIII. Charlotte'"', b. Dec. 3, 1786; m. Jan. 
24, 1810, William, son of William and Sarah (Noyes) 
Rice, b. Jan. 2, 1782; d. Nov. 14, 1860; residence, Sud- 
bury, Mass., AYliere she d. Ma)' 4, 1857 ; 12 c. 



13081. 1. Charles Brooke Rice", b. June 5, 1811 ; ra. 1. Jan. 
24, 1839, Cyntliia Langmaid ; she d. Sept. 16, 18G7 ; m. 2. June 
22, 1869, Marianne Stephens ; residence, Plymouth ; 4 c. 

13082. Mary Abby RICE^ b. July 14, 1840; d. Oct. 5, 1841. 

13088. Martha Warren Rioes, b. Oct. 31, 1842; d. Sept. 18, 
1813. 

18084. Martha Abby Rice«, b. March 23, 1844 ; m. June 29, 
1809, Xelson S. Cobleigh ; an editor ; residence, Cleveland, O. ; 5 c. 

1808.). Nellie Stepheus Cobleio-lr', b. Get. 13, 1873. 

13086. Grace Rice Cobleigh», b. March 7, 1874 ; d. Jan. 21, 1877. 

13087. Hattie Esty Cobleigh", \ d. July 29, 1870. 

[b. Get. 29, 1878; 

13088. Charles Nelson Cobleig■h^ ' d. July 30, 1879, 

13089. Henry Rice Cobleigh\ b. March 7, 1880. 



862 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13000. Charles Edward Kice^ b. March 8, ISIG ; d. Feb. 10, 
1847. 

13001. 2. William Adams Ktce^, b. Dee. 7, 1S12 ; m. Chcpter, 
]Sf. JL, March 4, 1S41, Sarah Shackford, b. Dec. 28, 1814; d. Jan. 
14, ISSO ; he d. Cahfornia, Sept. 14, 1852 ; 4 c. 

13002. Albert William Rice^ b. Dec. 5, 1841 ; m. Oct. 7, 
1803, Helen Frances Geri-y of Sudlnirv, wliere they reside; 5 c. 

13093. Jennie Adelaide Ric•e^ b. July G, 1864. 

1309-t. Sarah Eloise Rice', b. Feb. 5, 1866. 

13095. Minnie Helen Rice', b. Marcli 17. 18G8 ; d. Sept. 12. 1871. 

13090. Howard William Rice^ b. April 16 ; d. Sept. 5, 1877. 

13097. ^Yilliam Ernest Rice', b. Oct, 2-:. 1S78 ; d. Nov. 26, 1881. 

1809S. Addie Charlotte IvICE^, b. July 30, 1843; m. Xov. 7, 
1870, John To^yle Ilolbrook of Newport, Vt. ; residence, Boston; 
1 c. 
13099. Flora Addie Holbrook^ b. Aug. 31, 1881. 

13100. IhcHARD IIexry Eice^, b. April 0; d. Aug, 9, 1845. 

18101. Samuel Suackeord EiceI b. April 21, 1847; d. Aug. 
14,1848. 

13102. 3. Henry Marshall Rice^, b. Sept. 1, 1814; m. 1. 
May 5, 1817, iVbbie F., daughter of P>enjamiu and Abigail (Lovett 
Hastings, b. Sept. 7, 1823; d. April 4, 1859; m. 2. April 3, 18G3, 
Triphena B., daughter of Joseph W. and AJngail K. (Joi'dan) 
Tinker, b. March 7,1821; a merchant; residence, 11 Auburn St., 
Lo\yell ; 4 c. 

13103. Edward ITastixgs Eice", b. June 1, 1848; ni. Xov. 6, 
1879, Libbie E. Lee of Mendota, III., where he resides; is tuner for 
the Western Organ Co. ; 2 c. 

13101. Arthur Henry Hice'\ b. Dec. 19, 18S0. 
1310-la. Emma Lee Rice", b. Aug. 8, 18^2. 

13105. Mary Emma Eice^ b. April 25, 1850; m. Noy. 8, 1876, 
Jesse A. Yiles ; a veterinary surgeon ; I'esidence, Lowell ; no issue. 

13106. Charles Henry EacE'', \ d. April 10, 1863. 

I b. March 20, 1859 ; 

13107. Alfred Kewton Eice^ ) d. Aug. 1, 1859. 



13108. 4. Charlotte Eice', b. :\[ay 4, 1810; m. 1. June 23, 
1852, Philip B. Dow, b. April 2, 1810 ; ni. 2. June 30, 18G3, Benson, 



JOHN WIUTMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 863 

Fon of Elisha and Lucy (Goodricli) Bifj;elo\v, b. Fel). IG, 180B; resi- 
dence, Littleton, Mass. ; 1 c. 

13109. William Henry (Doav) Bigklow\ b. June 3, 1853; 
umnarried. 



13110. 5. Jonathan IIice\ h. Oct. 23, ISIS; m. Oct. 13, 1811, 
Uebecca, daugliter of Daniel X. and 1-ielief (Tiice) Smith, b. June 
12, 1812; he d. Dec. 29, ISTO ; she resides 17 Auburn st, Lowell; 
2 c, unmarried. 

13111. Ellen F. Eice^, b. Jan. 29, ISIT. 

13112. Edna C. Tacpz^ b. Feb. 19, 1819. 



13113. 6. Abigail Eice", b. Aug. 11, 1820; d. May 20, 1810. 

13111. 7. John Whitman Eice^, b. March 2, 1822; m. Oct. 19, 
1817, ^Martha A. Gerry, b. March 25, 1S25; a farmer; residence, 
Sudbury ; 8 c, 

13115. Mary Abbie Eice'^, b. Sept. 3, 1819 ; m. March 6, 1865, 
William F. jjowen ; residence, Kcnnebunk, Me. ; 6 c. 

13116. Fred. R. Bo\ven^ b. Sudbury, A]n-il y, 1866. 

13117. I^Iary J. Bo\von\ h. Sudbury. Dec. 51, 1807. 

13118. Charles I. Boweu-'. b. Sudbury, May 13, 1872. 
13)19. Melvin W. Bowen', b. Kcnnebunk, Oct. 22, 1878. 
13130. Luella M. Bowen^ b. Kennebunk, Feb. 2, 188U. 
13121. Harold R. Bo^veu^ b. April 1, 1884. 

13122. Edgar Whitman Eice^ b. May 31, 1853; m. May 31, 
1877, Alice Emily Puller; a farmer; residence, Sudbuiy ; 4 c. 

13123. Edgar Whitman Rice, Jr.\ b. May 30, 1879. 

13124. Lvdia :Miles Rice^ b. July 29, 1880. 

13125. Alice Almariu Rice'', 1). June 12. 1888. , • 

13126. Laura Augusta Rice'', b. Feb. 12, 1886. 

13127. Luella .AIartha Eice', b. Aug. 11,1851; d. Oct. 26, 
1868. 

13128. John Stanley Eice-, b. March 2, 1856; unmarried; at 
liornc. 

13129. Sarah Josephine Eice^ b. Dec. 27, 1858; m. Aug. l, 
1ST7, James Arthur ^Vhite; a confectioner; I'esidence, Sudbmy^; 
no issue. 

13130. Charles William Eice«, b. Aug. 18, 1860; m. Sept. 
IT, 1885, Hannah 2\l(.)rton Smith; a farmer; residence, Sudbury. 

13131. Annie Louise Eices, b. Jan. 26, 1862 ; d. Nov. 8, 1868. 



864 TUE DESCENDANTS OF 

13132. IIeni?y Ellsworth Rcce'', b. Oct. 2S, 1805 ; unmarried ; 
a grocer ; residence, Boston. 



13138. 8. May Wood Kicp:', b. Jiiue 21, 1823; d. Jan. 21, ISIO. 

13131. 9. Kdwakd Carter ]Jice', b. Sept. 15, 1S24; ni. Jan. 
30, 1850, liintlie, danuliter of Daniel and Nancy (Parkinson) 
Blancliard, b. Ano-. 10, 1S21 ; a farmer ; residence, Blaneliai'd 
Farm, Franklin Falls, N. H. ; 5 c. 

13135. FIenry B. Rices, ],, i),.e. 15, 1850; d. June, 1851. 

13180. Clara A. Bice^, b. March 11», 1852; d. Milan, Italy, 
Sept. 10, 1873. 

13137. Laura A. Kice^, b. July 21, 1856; mmiarried ; an 
artist ; at home. 

1313S. Fannie C. BICE^ b. Feb. 4, 1859; m. May 10, 1882, 
Dr. "Warren IT., son of ^Villiam and Keziah (Ballantyne) Purdy ; a 
dentist ; residence, Boston ; she is a well-known sonhrette actress ; 
1 c. 
13139. Warren Blanchard Purdy^ b. Jan. 29 ; d. I\Iay 4, ISSo. 

13140. Ianthe Blan chard Kice'^, b. Xov. 6, 1860 ; m. July 14, 
1885, Artemas T., son of Gordon and Elizabeth (Tirrell) Burleigh; 
a farmer ; residence, Franklin Falls. 



13141. 10. Oliyer PacHARD Bice^ b. Oct. 5, 1820; m. Xov. 
27, 1851, Louisa Jane Brooks, b. Feb. 14, 1832 ; residence, Wal- 
tliam ; 4 c. 

13142. Charles Willia^i Bjces, b. Sept. 8, 1852; d. Aug. 31, 
1854. 

13143. Frederick Henry Bices, b. Jan. 22, 1856; d. Oct. 24, 
1874. 

13144. Lillt.an Louise Bices, b. April 21, 1858; m. April 18, 
1878, Charles Fremont Law; residence, Waltham ; 1 c. 

13144a. William Frederick Law% b. Jan. 15, 1879. 

13145. Hattie Ellsworth Bices, b. June 12, 1862 ; d. Sept. 5, 
1876. 

13140. 11. Sarah Pice\ b. June 8, 1828; m. June 15, 184S, 
Henry Vose, b. dan. 21, 1S16; a farmer; residence, Sudbury; 3 c. 

13147. Xellie ]\fARiA YosE-, b. Se})t. 1, 1850; m. Maynard, 
Xov. 30, 1871, Sylvester Dwight Perry, b. Sudbury, Jan. 4, 1851 ; 
a farmer ; residence, Sudbury; 5 c. 



JOHN WJriTMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 8G5 

1;3148. Harry Vose Perry'', b. March 24, 1873. 

i;n 19. Emma Florence Perry% b. July 3, 187-1. 

i;nnO. Louise DeWitt Perry", b. June '2, 1876. 

i;J151. Milton Tlnir.-^ton Perry-', b. July 07, 1878. 

l;]iri'2. Alice May Perry '\ b. March 24, 18S3. 

18153. Emma Fhaxces Yosf.\ h. Feb. 20, 1S52 ; m. Dec. 1C>, 
1875, Louis C. Iluut, b. Oct. 1, Ibol; residence. So. Frainiiigluitn ; 
8 c. 
13151. Blanche Maria Hunt", b. Feb. 25, 1878. 

13155. Roy Clifton Hunt", b. Jan. 5 ; d. Sept. 6. 1880. 

13156. Herman Louis Hunt^ Oct. b. 31. 1884. 

13157. Harry William Yosk\ b. Dec. 30, 1S6G ; d. April 27, 
1867. 



13158. 12. Susan ^\^hitman Fice', b. Aug. 7, 1830 ; m. Aug. 
29, 1852, Edwin A., son of Ciiavles and Orrissa (Ilaynes) Gerry, b. 
Jan. 21, 1829; d. March 25, 1SS3 ; she resides AValtham; 2 c. ' 

13159. Edgar Albert GERRY^ b. Sept. 29, 1S56; m. Sept. 27, 
1883, Flanchc ^Moulton ; a mercliant ; residence, Lowell. 

13160. Mary Susan Gerry", 1). June 17, 18G2 ; unmarried ; 
a teacher. 

13161. IX. Dorcas", b. March 29, 1788; m. July 6, 
181G, Manasseh Forbusli ; a tanner; residence, Vv^est- 
minster; she d. Nov. 7, 1866, aged 78; he d. Nov. 6, 
1868, aged 78 ; 6 c. 

13102. 1. Albert Forbush', b. April 22, 1817; m. Jan. 27, 
1818, Abby Earrell ; a chair manufacturer; residence, 101 Main st., 
Cliarlestown ; 2 c. 

13163. Dr. Albert Waldo Forbushs, h. Aug. 11, 1851; m. 
Nov. 16, 1SS7, Ella Ilattie Ih-yant ; engaged in the practice of 
medicine at Cliarlestown. 

13161. CiiAiiLOTTE Abbie For.bush^ b. July 20, 1855 ; m. Oct. 
23, 1877, Waker S. Giidden ; slic d. Dec. 10, 1887; residence, 
Charlestown ; 3 c. 

13165. Abl^ie Joanna Glidden^ b. Aug. 1, 1878. 
bSlCG. Lottie Elniiva (ili.klen% b. Dec. 31. 1879. 
13167. Lottie Elizabeth Glidden«, b. Oct. DJ, 1883. 



13168. 2. Alfred Whitman Forbush^, b. Oct. 11, 1820; d. 
Nov. 17, 1821. 
55 



8CG TIIK 1)ESCEXJ)ANTS OF 

131<;i). 3. Charlotte FoRiiUSii", 1). Feb. 7,1823; in. Sept. 27, 
1849, Jo?c|>li i^eirco; slic d. June 24-, 1851; 2 c., twins; d. in 
infancy. 

13170. 4. J AXE FoRBUSir, b. Feb. S, 182G; d. uninarried, Jan. 
29, 1808. 

13171. 5. Fraxcis Whitmax Forbusii', b. May 5, 1828; n.. 
Oct 30, 1807, Caroline M. Bent; a chair manufacturer; residence, 
Clielfea, ^vliere lie d. Xov. 23. 1885 ; 3 c. 

13172. Frederjck Wiut.max Forbusii^, b. Feb. 3, 1870; resi- 
dence, 249 Chestnut st., Chelsea. 

13173. Jaxe Albertixa Forbush'^, b. Dec. 9, 1873. 

13174. Charles Fj^^xcls Forbush"^, I). Jan. 14. 1870. 



13175. 6. Charles A. Forbush^, b. Feb. 25, 1830; unmarried; 
a farmer ; residence, Leominster. 

13170. X. JosEni^ b. Jan. 5, 1790; m. Dec. 16, 1817, 
Dolly, daugditer of Bonjtimin Mayo, b. July 7, 1793; d. 
June 4, 18G0; be left bis fatliers borne wben quite younu" 
and entered upon a mei'cantile career; after tr\-ing various 
points, lie located at Westminster Center, about tln-ee 
miles from AVbitman's Village ; be built one of tbe tir.-^t 
brick stores in tbe town, and tliis building- still stands 
and is known b}'^ bis name ; was considered one of tlie 
wealtbicst men in tbe town for many years; was engaged, 
witb bis two sons, in an extensive cbair trade and furniture 
manufactory ; beav}^ Soutbern indebtediiess and deprecia- 
tion in real estate at tbe beginning of tbe Avar, bowever, 
involved tbe family in beavy losses ; be was postmaster 
for twentv-iive years, justice of tbe peace, and rcpresentcvl 
Westminster in tbe Legislature, 1837; bed. of con.sump- 
tion, Oct. 1, 18G0, aged 70; 8 c. 



13177. 1. ^[ARIA ■, b. June 21, 1820 ; d. unmarried, Dec. 12, 1S53. 

13178. 2. Joseph Mavo', b. June 10, 1822 ; m. 1. April 7, 1^ b'-. 
Lydia Ann Winchester; d. Se]>t. IG, 1S4S ; m. 2. Feb. 0, lb5b 
Fielen Maria, daughter of Fnocli aiul Lucy (Ellis) ITinckley ; \\''- 
for soiv.c years a merchant at Westminster; 18G1, removed to Clu- 



JOnX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 867 

cai!,'o, where he remained till 1S37 eriii;aii-ed as a c(,»ininission mer- 
chant; present address, Xo. Woi)nrn, Alass. ; 2 c. 

13179. Fred. Sandeksox^ h. Jnnc 30, 1848; lie took a colle- 
(:;iate course of study and entereil njion the practice of law, which 
lie soon gave up for juurnalisin ; ludd a positioii on the Chicago 
Tribune for ten years; was on tlie Da'ily iS^cws ^Xw'S \ now holds 
an important position on the editorial staif of the Xew York 
Herald I unmarried; residence, 122 Sussex st., Jersey City, 

13180. Geokge IJ.-, b. June, 185-1 ; d. Longview, Texas, Xov. 
13, 1885. 



13181. 3. JEROMii', b. Oct. 31, 1824; m. Jan. 20, 1851, Sarah 
II. Ware ; a merchant ; residence, Westminster ; no children living, 
having lost two sons in infancy ; Mr. Whitman and his wife have 
supplied mucli of the data of the family of Zechariah^. 

13182. 4. xVloxzo'. b. Feb. 14, 1827; m. March 3, 1819, Laura 
J. Murdoch ; she d. Marcli 25, 1887 ; a machinist ; residence, Leo- 
nn'nster ; 1 c. 

13183. Frank PtEEiJ^ b. July 29, 1850 ; m. Oct. 23, 1872, Emma 

L. C/arpeuter, b. l^Iay 29, 1851:; d, June 28, 1886; residence, Leo- 

miuster ; -4 c. 

1318-1. Laura Martha'', h. Jan. ?1. 1878. 

131S5. Stephen Alonzo'', I). ]May 'iC, 1875. 

1318.-)a. Florence Carpenter', b. yiay 12, 18S4. 

13185b. George Alleu», b. Jan. 7, 1886. 

13186. 5. Marcus', b. July 13, 1829; a machinist; residence, 
Ashburnham, Mass. ; unmarried. 

13187. 6. JiENJA.MiN'. b. Aug. 20, 1831; d. March, 1836. 

13188. 7. Abigail Wood', b. Sept. 26, 1833; d. ^vlarch, 1836. 

13189. 8. George', b. Aug. 25, 1835; d. March, 1836. 
[The last three d. of scarlet feve)".] 



13190. XT. DoLLY'\ b. Feb. 20, 171)2; m. Jan., 1815, 
Dnvid, son of Saniue] and ^lary Forbush, b. Feb. 16, 
n86; cl July 14, 184-4; she d. May 2, 1SG2; residence, 
^Vestininster ; 2 c. 

lol;»l. 1. Joseph Whitman FouBrsn^, b. Xov. 24, 1815; m. 
•buie 15, 1813, Abby P. Wears; slie d. IJec. 12, 1867; for many 
Vi'urs a tanner; residence, 79 Lincoln st., "Worcester; 1 c. 



86S THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13102. :^[Aln- Abby FoRBUSIT^ 1). Se[)t. 11, 1847: d. nnmaniLMl, 
Jan. -iS, 1S70. 



13103. '2. Abigail Wood FoBHUsn', h. June, o, 181S; m. ]\rav 
25, 1843, Alfred, sun of David and Iluldali (Biown) AVynuui, ]]. 
Westminster, Mareli 13, ISIO; a niereliant ; residence, 79 Lincoln 
St., A\'^orceste]' ; no issue. 

13194. XII. Su.sANNAif', b. Alio-. G, 1703; d. Dec. 17, 
1808. 

13195. Jaxe-^ (517), Zechariali', Jolnr, Zecharialr, John', 
b. Sto^v, Oct. 11, 1748 ; m. (pub. May 4, 1768) Israel Gates 
of StoAv; an old family record, dated Sept. 14, 1811, states 
that she had had 15 c. and 19 grandchildren, but no records 
liave been found. 

13196. Elizabeth^ (518), Zechariali^ John^ Zecharialr, 
John\ b. Stow, May 21, 1750; m. Deliverance Wheeler 
and settled in the State of New York. 



^ 13197. Capt. Titomas' (519), Zechariah^ John^ Zecha- 
rialr, John\ b. Stow, Oct. 18, 1751 ; m. Jemima Porter, 
b. Bradford, Mass., 1753; d. Sept. 26, 1837, aged 84; a 
farmer; residence, SUow ; it is said that he was eno-ag-ed 
in the Shay rebellioji, and marched with his company to 
Concord and broke up the court; he d. July 27, 1821, 
aged 69; 9 c. I. Joseph^ II. Thomas''; III."^ Klizabeth'' : 
IV. John^ V. Susanna''; VI. Edward''; VII. ^Iary'= : 
VIII. Jane"; IX. Zechariah'l 

13198. I. Col. Joseph'-', b. April 14, 1775; ni. May 15, 
1795 (1798, town records), Lucy Parks, b. Feb. 16, 1776: 
d. Sept. 2, 1860, aged 84; as a young man Col. Whitman 
was noted for his great strength and skill as a wrestler, a 
sport at tlnit time very popvdar among the voung men, anil 
was for a long time champion of the connnnnity until lie 
broke a leg in a match; was also noted for his skill with 



JOJIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 869 

tlie riile, and, even when well advanced in yeai'.s, was read}- 
t(t wa<2"ei' tluiT lie could shoot a di|)])er off a man's head at 
iliirty paces, and at turkey niatclies he always won the 
lar<4"er share of prizes ; a man vvdio, his sons said, could 
never understand \vliat tlie sensation of fear was ; naturally 
restless, he often left his home, even after his marriage, 
in search of adventure; in 1813 he went to Tennessee to 
visit some friends and while there eng-ag-ed in flat-boating; 
upon one of his trips down the Mississippi, it so happened 
that he arrived near New Orleans just as Gen. Jackson 
was preparing for the defence of that cit}' ; an orderly 
seized the cotton for the fortifications, and ordered all the 
men, except the captain, to report for duty, but one of the 
men being- faint-hearted, Col. Whitman left him in charo-e 
of tlie boat and look his place in the ranks; it is but natu- 
ral to suppose that he did good service in the battle wliich 
soon took place, and that his riiie was by no means one 
of the least effective ; after the iight he was detailed to 
take care of the wounded ; he remained with the army a 
few weeks and then returned to his home ; he Avas early 
settled at Lincoln, Mass., and there he ended his daj's ; as 
may be presumed, from his fondness for a wild, reckless 
life as a young man, Mr. AAniitman had but little education, 
thoim'h it is said that his letters were always written in 
verse, but nature had endowed him with a fund of hard 
common sense ; durino- the last years of his life he was the 
universal referee in all disputes among his neighbors, and 
it is reported that his opinion had gi^eater weight than that 
of the best educated lawyers of the community; he was 
Colonel of the militia and always interested in military 
niatters ; his wife was a woman of strong religious feeling 
and a regular attendant at church, vv'hile her husband Wcis 
scarcely ever known to enter one ; one Sabbath, it being 
communion day, to the surprise of every one, even his 
^vife, he appeared before the congregation, and after a 
profession of liis beliefs, applied for admission to the 



870 THP] DESCENDANTS OF 

church ; after a brief considoration of lils request, he Avas 
admitted to cliurcli fcl]o\vs]iip, and for the remaindei- of 
his davs was constant in the observance of liis reh"gic,u,s 
vows; lie d. Dec. G, lS-il>, aged 74; 10 c. 



13199. 1. LrciNDA Porter\ b. April 13, 1790; m. LiiiCoh,, 
Mass., Sept. 0, ISIO, FJias, son of Caleb and Elizabeth Lean of 
Gilmantown, X. II. ; he d. abont 1835, and March 25, 1815, bv 
act of Ma.-snelinsctta Legislature, his widow and her cliildrei:, 
exce])t Lnciuda, v.dio was married, took the name of "Whitman; she 
d. Maiden, :\[as3.. 1817; 8 c. 

13200. LrciNDA "Whit.m.in Bean', b. Boston, Jan. 20,1822; m. 
1. Oct. 28, ISll, Aaron, son of William and ^[arj (Hall) Barrett, 
b. Maiden, Mas.-^., Aug. 30, 1811; d. Oct. 2, lS78;'m. 2. Haverliil], 
N. H., ISSl, David W. Kimball; Mr, Barrett succeeded his father 
in the ^Maiden l)ve Works ; (a frdl account of tliis business is found 
m the liichardson Genealogy, p. CGO ;) he ^ras an enterprising busi- 
ness man and an influential citizen; was a meMnber of the "Boston 
Tigers" when a young man; 12 c, all but eldest b. Maiden. 

18201. Lucinda Hooper Barrett", b. Boston, Sept. U, 1S42 ; m. 1. July 2'J. 
1863, Henry Edwards, son of Henry E. and Soplironia Ann (Barns) 
Tiu-ner, b. May -J, 1843 ; slio d. .Mareh 29, ISGG ; (lie m. 2. Dee. 17. 1-07, 
Huldah S., dau.i^liter of Ju--ejili and Huldali (Lewis) Crowell ;) a clerk 
with Clarl:, Adajns & Smith. Boston ; 2 c. 

13202. Annabel Tnrner^". b. .Ahvy 14. 1804. 

13203. Harry Hudson Turner'-'', b. jiarch 2r,, 1800. 

18204. Mary Helen Barrett-', b. Sept. 1, 1844; m. May 15, 18G7, Joseph Far- 
ringtou Turner, brother of Henry E., b. Chelsea, Feb. 5, 1849 ; d. 
Columbus, Ga., April 20, 1877 ; the funeral serviees were held at ihe 
Universalist Church at Mahhjn. under the auspices of the Hugh di- 
Payem Commandery ; slu' resides at Maiden ; 2 c. 

13205. Betsey Barrett Turner-", b. May 11, 1808. 

13200. Flerbert Lloyd Turner'", b. Nov. 5, 186(». 

13207. George Washington Barrett-% b. Sept. 11, 1846; m. Jan. 2, 1809, Eliza- 
beth B., daughter of Matthias and Esther R. Crocker, b. Boston, 1842 : 
he succeeded his father in the dye-works ; has had an oHice for more 
than twenty years in Boston, fii-st on Washington st. and now on 
West st. : residence, ^lalden. where his factory is located; has het-u 
a member of the Commoji Council of the city of Maiden, and is a 
leading and enterprising citizen ; 2 c. 

13208. Jessie Gertrude Barrett"*, b. Nov. 22, 1872. 

13209. Laura Whitman Barrett"', b. Sept. 13, 1870. 

13210. Charles Aaron Barrett% b. Aug. 22, 1848; ni. June 1, 1871, r>hny 
Elizabeth, daughter of Jacoli and Sarah Herrick, b. So. Boston, 184'.' ; 
is a clerk v.-iih A. H. Duvenjjort & Co., Boston ; residence, Maiden : 
Ic. 



JOHN vrniTMAy of weymoutii. 871 

13011. Ethel Jackyou BanvLt^", b. Juiio '.'0, 1S73. 

\S2V2. JaJUL's Henry Barrett", 1). Dee. 4, IWO ; m. Marcli 2{), ISSl, Ida Leora, 
daugliter of Sumner and Susan Eliza'ueth (Williams) Davis of Souier- 
ville, b. 18.j9 ; was for many years engaged in the dye-works ; at 
present, out of business ; no issue. 

i3?lo. Anna Webster Barrett", b. Oct. 2\. lS.y2 ; m. :\]ay 30, lb72, Edward 
Eugene S., son of Edward S. and 3Iary E. (Page) Currier, b. Ciiarles- 
town, 1S47 ; has boon for many years engaged in the transportation 
business, and at one time was agent for the Cl3"de Steamship Co. ; 1 c. 

V^iU. Agnes E. Currier"^ b. Nov. 80, 1878. 

I3?l.j. Gcorgiana Barrett", b. May 22, is.jl ; d. Jan. 20, hS-j.j. 

i;;-,M6. Georgiana Barrett", b. Oct. 28, lbr),5 ; in. July 10, 1877, Edwin C, son 
of Dudley L. and Jane P. Clark of Chelsea, b. IS.JO ; he was. until 
18S1, a druggist in Maiden, when he removed to Pottstown, Pa. ; no 
issue. 

13-317. Minnie Frankhn Barrett', b. :Jarc]i 12, lSrj7 ;. ra. Dec. 30, 1879, John 
Calvin, son of Olhnie! and Lucy (Cooper) Russell, b. E. Killingly, Ct., 
18"i9 ; until 1884 "uas a druggist in Maiden, when lie removed to 
Kansas City, Mo. : no issue. 

13218. Wiilard Davis BaiTott".. b. Oct. 13, 18.".9 ; unmarried. 

13219. Jennie Livingston Barrett'% b. Oct. 12, 1861 ; imniarried. 

13220. Horace ■\Yentworth Barrett", July 1, 18G3 : d. :\hirch 20, 18G4. 

]3-.d21. Hon. Elias liEA^^ b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 20, 1824; in. 
Brooklyn, i^. Y., Nov, 10, 1S15, Alaria Isabella, daughter of Masou 
and ]\raria (Beal) Greenwood, b. Portland, Me., oSTov. 19, 1828 ; was 
engaged in business for some years in !slassaclju&ett3 ; July, 1850, 
he went to San Francisco and soon after his arrival settled in Stock- 
ton, Cal., remaining there till 1858; in the fall of that year he 
removed to Walla Walla, Wash. Ter., which city he has since made 
his home ; April 1, 1802, he was elected the lirtt mayor of the city, 
and has held that office for six terms; he also served four term.s as 
police judge; is a mendjor of the tirm of Whitman & Dennison, 
real estate and insm-ance agents ; 2 c. 

13222. Edward Stearns", b. :^Ialden, Mass., Sejit. 10, 1816 ; residence, Alpowa, 
Whitman Co., Wasli. Tcr. ; engaged in stock-raising ; unmarried. 

13223. Stephen Greenwood", 1). ^Maiden, Mass., March 15, 1849; m. April 14, 
1879, Jeimie J., daughter of William H. and Rachel (Bliss) Andrevvs, 
b. Portland, Or., June, 1802 ; is an insurance agent and justice of the 
peace ; residence, Spokane City, Spokane Co., Wash Ter. ; 1 c. 

13224. Edith^o, b. S].okane City, Oct. .5, 1881. 

13225. Capt. Stephen", b. Boston, Mass., March 18, 1825; m. 
June 2G, 1849, Maria Kobertson, b. Aug. 25, 1831 ; at the age of 
fourteen he Avent to sea and soon rose to be a captain, and com- 
Uianded several fann:>us ])acket shijx-? in tlic New York and Liver])Ool 
trade, also one of the smartest of tlie Califoi'nia clippers, while he 
'^vas likewise intrusted with the important command of one of the 
tine steamers of the old A'cw York ]\Iail S. S. Co., and later, of 



872 THE DKSCENDANTS OF 

steaTners of the Cromwell Lino to iscw Orleans; he was as aLle a 
master seaman and officer as ever trod a deck, and was renowiit-d 
for tlie quick and safe passas^-es lie made, while tliere was no nioro 
jDopular commander than he among passengers; during the Wiu- of 
the rebellion he saw much active service, and while in tlie old 
"Escort,'" shipmate with a cargo of ranles, he tells of a lively cliase 
bj the " Ahibania,'" from which piratical craft, however, they hiclvily 
inanaged to escape; Capt. Whitman has been an active member oi 
the Produce Exchange for the last eleven years, and he is one of 
the mendiers of the Maritime Exchange, wlule he also belongs to 
the ]Marine Society, the oldest in America ; since 1873 has been 
Inspector of Stowage in N. Y. City, under the firm name of Whit- 
man 6c Fisher; residence, Staten Island; 3 c. 

13226. Thomas Henry', b. April 18. ISol ; in. 3Iay 12, 1874, Alice Carr, daugh- 
ter of Jiulah and Mary A. lleberton, b. Sept. IS, 1S5G ; 1 c. 

13227. Louise", b. Aug. 5, 187G. 

13228. Dr. Stephen Edward^ b. Dec. IS, 1855 ; graduated at Columbia Collego. 
N. Y. City, studied medicine, and is now engaged in the practice of 
his profc-siou at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; unmarried. 

13229. Herbert Augu5tus^ b. June 3(1. 1865; d. Sept. 10, 1881. 

13230. Helen Maria^ b. al)out 1S2S ; m. Oct. 10, 1815. Au- 
gustus Ludlow, son of William and Mary (Hall) Barrett, b. Maiden, 
Mass., about 1813 ; a silk dyer ; residence, Maiden, Mass. ; his works 
are at Somerville; G c., all b. Maiden. 

13231. Louise Barrett^ b. July IC, 1846 ; m. June 20, 1869, Frank H., son of 
Edward P. and Julia D. iDix) Xevens, b. Royalton. Vt., about 1S4S ; 
residence, ^lalden ; 2 c. 

13232. Editli Pauline Nevens"^, h. Sept. 18, 1871. 
13233. Nevens'", b. Dec. 29, 1874. 

13334. Enmia Maria Barrett^ b. July 10, 1848; m. April 17, 1869, John E., 
son of C. H. and M. P. Simonds, b. Charlestowu, .Mass., about 1849; 
residence, Boston ; no issue. 

13235. Helen A. Barrett^ b. Sept., 1853 ; d. Jan. 30, 1855. 

13236. Augustus Ludlow Barrett. Jr.^ b. Aug. 26, 1855 ; d. Jan. 28, 1877. 

13237. Louise Gardner Barrett", b. Jan. 2, 1858 ; unmarried. 
1323S. Elizabetli Eastham Barrett", b. Oct. 31, 1862 ; unmarried. 

13239. KuFUS IIemiy'^, b. 1S30; d. Jan. 10, lbl7. 

13210. Hannah Emily^ b. Oct. 9, 1832; m. Maiden, ^lay hK 
1819, William St. Agnan, son of Richard Sprague and Maria 
Theresa (^St. Agnan) Stearns, b. Se])t. 27, 1822; he graduated at 
Harvard CMllege, 1811, studied law at Cambridge Law School and 
in the otlice of Hun. Emory Washburn ; was admitted to the b;ir 
in 1845 and for some years practiced his profession at Salem, Ma.--. : 
in 1860 he formed a partnership with John Q. Adams, which con- 



JOHN WHITMAN OF Wpn'MOUTII. 873 

tiinied till Mr. Adams' death in 1860; since that time has been in 
partnership with John Kaj^kell Ihitlor; was eitj solicitor of Charles- 
town from 1870 till that city was annexed to Boston ; residence, Sa- 
lem, ISEass., where hehas held many positio?is of trust and honor ; 3 c. 
131'41. William Harris Stearns^ b. April It, 185(1 ; studied law with his father, 

and is now engaged in that profession at Denver, Col. ; uninarried. 
13C4?. Richard Sprague Stearns", b. Sept. 550, 185? ; uniuarrieil ; has been 

engaged in stock-raising in Texas; at present, resides 38-1 Essex st., 

Salem, ]Mass. 
13343. Joseph Sprague Stearns% b. July 2o, 1854 ; d. July 7, 1855. 

13244. Ephk.\im;^ b. May 25, 1833 ; unmari'ied ; residence, Xolo 
Xola, Cal. 

13'245. Louisa Almira®, b. Lincoln, Mass., Jnnc 23, 1834; m. 
Nov. 9, 18.57, Augustine Washington, son of Stephen P. and 
Achsah R. (Moore) Gardner, b. l-]olton, ]\rass.. May 10, 1817; is a 
merchant at Hastings, Minn. ; 2 c, b. Hastings. 

13246. Augustine Washington Gardner, Jr. *, b. April 13, 1873. 

13247. Minot Sothard Gardner^ b. Nov. 8, 1874. 



13248. 2. Eliza Parks', b. Jan. II, 1801; m. March 0, 1828, 
"Webster, son of Amasa and j\[ary (Goodridgo) Whitney, b. Dec. 6, 
1803 ; d. April 19, 1872 ; she d. Winchendon, Mass., March 4, 1807; 
3 c. 

13249. Eliza Cakolixe Whitney^, b. June 16, 1830; m. Feb. 
27, 1848, Y/illiam, son of David and Polly (Carter) Beaman, b. Sept. 
16, 1818 ; residence, Winchendon, Mass. ; 5 c. 

13250. William David Beaman^ b. July 17, 1851 ; m. Oct. 6, 1878, Mary Jane 
Hyde ; residence. Winchendon ; no issue. 

13251. John Webster Beaman?, b. Sept. 18, 1855; m. Jan. 20, 1870, CaUa 
Alice Wood ; residence, Winchendon ; he d. Dec. 3, 1888 ; 2 c. 

13252. Arthur William Beaman'", b. July 6, 1876. 

13253. Gertrude Alice Beaman'". b. April 1, 1881. 

13254. Edward Arthur Beaman^ b. July 18, 1857 ; d. Oct. 10, 1801. 

13255. Charles Frederic Beaman', b. Dee. 8, 1859 ; m. Jan. 26, 1885, Maggie 
Atkinson ; a painter; residence, 100 Oak st., Springfield, Mass. ; 1 c. 

lo255a. Cliarles Atkinson Beaman'", b. July 30, 18S0. 

13256. Caroline Eliza Beaman^, li. June 1, 1806. 

13257. William Webster Wihtney^ b. May 5, 1833; m. 
Jan. 22, 1857, Sophia ^Nlorse Mnnlock; a manufacturer of wooden 
ware ; residence, Winchendon ; 1 c. 
13258. Elisha Murdock Whitney^, b. June 22, 1861. 

13259. Lucy Ellex Whjtxev^ b. Oct. 21,1834; ra. :N'ov. 24, 
1853, A. S. Kimball, b. April 8, 1827 ; d. Aug. 1, 1878 ; she resides 
Winchendon ; no issue. 



874 THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

132G0. 3. Calvix RicifAKDSox^, I). Sto\v, Oct. 9, 1S08; tn. Jan. 
19, 1S41, Alniira Ixaytnoiid ; settled at WiDclieiidon. Ma^^s. ; was; n, 
prominent man in the town, representative in the Lei^-islature, JK.'it!. 
and served onnianv town and church committees ; ''a man of acrivu 
tem})erament, hirge bi'ain and strong analytic mind, but overcautiou,- 
ness hindered his taking- the lead in business or })ublic affairs f In.- 
d.'of apoplexv, May 9. ISGS; 2 c. 

13261. Clakexce PacuARDSOX^, b. Fel). IS, 1811; d. March Is, 
1865. 

13202. Lilt, A Kosalte', b. Dec>. 19, 1S53; d. Aug. 27, 1851. 



18263. 1. I-lAXXAn". 1). July 29, 1805; m. 1. Sept., 1825, Gen. 
David Smith, son of .Tames and Sally (Smith) Jones, b. Kingston. 
Mass., xVug. 19, IS'tS; d. Charlestown, Mass., Feb. 20, 1856; resi- 
dence, Greenfield ; was for several years superintendent of A'ennont 
c^' ^Massachusetts Eaih'oad ; coroner of Franklin County, 1886; 
181-7, commissioned Major-General third division Massachusetts 
Militia; 1855, appointed warden of ^^lassachusetts State Prison; in. 
2. Xov. 15, 1859, Francis, son of Edmund John and Jane Knight 
(I^aul) 1-^iper, b. London, Eng , Feb. 9, 1829; a merchant; addres-, 
82 Chauncey st., P.o^ton ; she d. Newton, Mass., July 24, 1879 ; 1 c. 

. 13264. Haxxaii Lucixda Joxes'^, b. July 27, 1827; m. June 
17, 1847, Frederick Goddard, soil of Edward and Sophia May Tuck- 
erman of Boston, b. Feb. 4, 1821; d. May 9, 1S73 ; he t-ntered 
Harvard with the cla^s of 1841, but after remaining two years left 
college and studied law, gi-aduatiiig from Harvard Law School. 
1842 ; after his marriage he removed to Greenfield, residing ther^; 
till hit death ; he never practiced his profession bnt was engagi.^d in 
literary work; he published a book of poems and was a contribut':'r 
to sevei'al magazines ; slie d. Greeniield, May 12, 1857 ; 3 c. 

132C5. Edward Tucke^Inan^ b. Feb. J3, 1850; d. Jan. 8, 1S71 ; expected Uj 
enter Harvard that year. 

13266. Anna Tuckerman- . b. :March 20, 1Sj3 ; unmarried ; residence. Boston. 

1326T. Dr. Frederick Tuckerman^ b. May 7, 1857; m. Sept. G, 18S1. Ali.-'^ 
Girdler, dau,2:hter of James Sullivan and Abl^y IngersoU (Gio!!'i 
Cooi->er : graduated from tlie Massacliusetts Agricultural Collee;e. ami 
in 1878 received degree of B. S. from Boston Univer^^ity ; graduauil 
from Iial-^-ard jledical School, iss-: ; since ISSl. lecturer on Analorny 
and Physiology at :\lassachusotts Agricultural College ; resident. 
Amherst ; 2 c. 

13268. :Margaret Tuckerman"', b. June 0. 1884. 

1326Sa. Frederika Tuckerman'", b. April 23, 1888. 



JOHN WIIIT^LAX OF WEYMOUTH. 8(0 

i;52G9. 5. :^^AR^ Ann IIapgood'. h. Aju'il 20, lS(t7; m. 1. ^'uv. 
6 1S2S, William Dudgc, son of Dr. Siimiiel and Aliig-iiil (Dod^e) 
Adams of Bath, Mo. -^ bo d. Jan. 7, 1S4S; m. t>. Sc}>t. 12, 1840, 
Cliarlos Iv., son of Ilov. John and Rohceca Smitli ; residence, 
Haverhill, X. II. ; no issue. 

13270. 6. Ephraim Parks',!). fStow, Jan. 11, 18o9 ; m. Lineo>hi, 
]\l'ass., Nov. 28, 1833, Sopln-onia Ami, daui;htor of James and Sally 
(Smilli) Jones,!), Ivingston, ^fass., ^^fafoh 15, 1812; as a boy be 
was noted for liis sbill in pcnmansliij), and was placed as a clerk in 
the oflice of Benjaniin Kand of Boston; lie remained here but a 
short time, when he was taken into tlic store of ]u6 nncle Pai'ks, 
then the head of tlie firm of Parks, Wright k Co. ; here lie dis- 
played marked business a!)ility, and before lie was twenty-one the 
linn signed an agreement to admit him as a partner when he 
became of age, his share of the prolits, however, to date back to 
the time of the agi'oement ; he remained connected with this linn 
till his retirement fn>m active l)usiness in ISGl, the firm name 
being continued as "Wright & "Whitman ; after the retirement of 
Geo. L. Whitman, the firm iiame was J. S. Oc E. Wright, later, 
W-^right, Bliss & Fabyan. and at present. Bliss, Eabyan d' Co. ; 
E. P. WHiitman I'otired from business because of a j^aralytic shock 
which rendered iiis left side almost useless ; after about a yeai- he 
was able to walk by the aid of a cane, but the arm never could be 
used ; for twenty years, altliongh thus alliicted, he never spoke of 
his trouble as anything 1»ut a slight temporary aliliction, and those 
who met him in his walks met a man with a cheerful, not a resigned, 
face ; he had acquired a comfortable fortune before leaving business, 
and during the remainder of his life gave largely in charity, and 
contributed more money towards the erection of the Congregational 
chui'ch in Cambridge than anyone ; although a man of strong will 
power, he had the happy faculty of never giving offence and of 
gaining a warm place in the hearts of all who knew him ; during the 
greater part of his active life Mr. W^hitman resided at Boston, but 
the k'Av last years of his life he s])ent at Cambridge, where he d. 
March 2-1, 1879, aged 70, and where his widow is now living; Mr. 
W^hitman was a man of retiring disposition, attending strictly to 
bu'^iness so long as he felt called upon to do so, and then retiring 
Jrom active life to enjoy the freedom from care he had so well 
earned ; lie was very exact in all matters, and it is related that 
^vhen he received a letter from any of his cluldren which contained 
'iny blunder of spelling, he always I'cturned it for correction before 
be would reply to it ; 5 c, all b. J3oston, 



870 THE DKSCKXDANTS OF 

18271. Geoi;ge Luther^ h. Au<^. 22, 1S;U; ui. March, lS<lb, 
Charlotte Helen, (laughter of William 11. ami Martha Helen (Allen) 
Chandler, h. Tliunipson. Ct., Oct. 10, 1848; i;raduated Harvard, 
1857, and si'Mjii after entered u[i(jn a niercautilo career; upon the 
retirement of his father he succeeded Inni in tlie iirm of W^riLdij 
<fe Whitman ; in 18^3 he removed t<^ Xev,- York and founded the 
Urin of Whitman v^: l^Jielps, of which he ha.s ever since been the 
senior partner ; 2 e. 

13273. i\Iaber% )). Feb. 28, 1869. 
13273. Maud', b. Feb. 18, 1870. 

lo27-i. Francis HENRY■^ b. Oct. 10, 1837; m. Dec. 15,1868, 
Ellen Augu.-?ta, dangliter of Zcl)rina Lee and Ehoda Clark (11 il 
dretli) Rajniond, b. Brighton, ]\las^;., Nov. 21, 1813; a merchant 
in Boston, engaged in leather trade ; residence, Cambridge, i\[ass. ; 
3 c. ^ • 

13275. Edward Payson% b. Nov. 6. 1R69. 

13276. Raymond Lee', b. Nov. 9, 1S71. 

13277. Hemy Bertram^, b. May IB, 1879. 

13278. James AbFRErA b. Aug. 15, 1839; m. Oct. 6, 1808, 
Mary Jose])hine, daughter of Joseph and Susan Maria (Bent) 
Porter, b. AValthani, Mass., Dec. 5, 1841; a merchant; residence, 
"W^inchendoTi, ]Mass. ; 2 c. 

13279. Effie Evans'', b. Sept. 19, 1868. 

13380. jMargarct Josei)liine% b. March 28, 1873. 

13281. Anna Mauia^ b. ]\lay 30, 1842 ; d. Oct. 8, 1844. 

13232. Emma Makia*, b. Dec. 29, 1840; m. March 28, 1872, 
Justin Edward, son of Eev. AVakelield and Mary Louisa (Bigelow) 
Gale; residence, Cambridge, Mass.; 3 c. 

18283. Lyman "Wliitman Gale", b. Jan. 1. 1873. 

13284. George Ephiaim Gale^ b. June 14, 1870 ; d. April 10, 1877. 

13285. Mary ■Wakefield Gale'', b. May 11, 1878. 



132S0. 7. Rev. Joseph', b. Feb. 15, 1811; m. Concord, Aug. 
13, 1840, Eleanor Wheeler of Concoixl ; he d. Ho])kinton, Mass., 
Aug. 8, 1854; (.<lie m. March 18, 1857, Natlian Barker Col>urn. h. 
Feb. 10, 1617 ; d. Newton, Dec. 0, 1877; residence, Jlopkinton;) 3 c. 

A7i Ohituary Xot tee taken, from " Zion IleraldT — "■ llev. Josejih 
Wlntman was born in tlie town of Stow, ^MiddlchCx Co., Mass., 
Feb. 15, 181 L A few months after his ])irth his parents removed 
to Lincoln, near Weston, where lie resided, with the exce})ti<in I't 
about three vears, till 1830. In 1829, nnder the bailors of Bcv. D- 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUT]!. 877 

FiDniore and Re\'. I. rU'iinison, he was ciuivei-ted to (lod, thoii<;-li 
lie received the evideiiee t'»|' Id's ad(t])tioii while alone in a grove. 
Ifo soon after united with tlie ATethudist Episcopal Clnireh in 
A\'eston. His conversion was succeeded by a ghjrions revival in 
that place. He received a local ])reacher's license from Ivov. 1). 
Kilburn, Feb. 23. 1837. Jn 1838 he was ap])ointed by the pre- 
siding elder to preacli in (Traftoi). In 1839 he was received on 
trial into the Xew England ('onferenec and stationed at Hubbards- 
ton. At that time the societv in that town Avas small, but the 
members nobly cooperated A\'ith their young pa-tor in the great 
woi'k to which Ik- had been called. Aug. 13, 18-10, he Mas united 
in marriage with Miss Eleanor, daughter of Elislia and Eleanor 
(Tower) Wlieeler, Esq., of Concoi-d, Mass. She was eminently quali- 
iied to assist liim in the great woi-k of winning soids to Clirist. and 
survives him to mourn lier irrei)arablc loss, and to train their three 
young children in tbe way they should go. In Hubbardston their 
labors were greatly blessed, many were converted, 150 united with 
the j\L E. Chuj-ch. and the society erected a house of woi'ship in 
the center of the town during his residence with them. In 1841 
he v/as stationed at Fitchburg. There he also found a small society 
which had co)nmenced bnilding a chnrch on a most eligible site in 
that beautiful village. The difficulties connected with the erection 
of a house of worsliip, by a feeble society, must be realized in order 
to be fully understood. These difficulties were surmounted, and 
during his stay the cliurch and vestry were coinjdeted. He also 
labored hard for the salvation of souls. Oiie \vinter. for seven suc- 
cessive weeks, he and his comixmion were every evening at the 
house of God. An extensive revival was realized, and 140 were 
added to the ]\r. E. Church. ] )uring the two years he was in that 
place he attende<l 800 meetings, though pai't of the time he was 
unable to labor at all. 

In 1843 he was stationed at ]\lalden Centre, where he labored 
with his usual zeal. In addition to his labors in ]\ralden he occa- 
sionally preached at ]\[edford, Nvhere a revi^-al commenced and 
about seventy wei'e ho])efully coiu'erted to God. A hall was hired 
as a place for jniblic worship, and for six months previous to the 
Annual Conference he made arrangements to supply them regularly 
on the Sabbath with a miiiister of Christ. 

In 1844 he was apjiointed to So. Ijoston. There, as in other 
places, his labors were blessed and sinners were 'brought from 
death to life.' In 184t; E, Hoston was designated as his field of 
labor. In that rapidly increasing part of the city a house of worship 



878 THE DESCENDAXTS OF 

Ava>- niucli needed. 'J'lio society, Avitli most c<>ir)men(la1)le zeal, 
coinineueed tlie iiolile ^^•^n■k, and ei'eeted, on ]\Ieriden st,. a connu,.- 
dious liriek clmreli \y\\]i vesti'ies in the basement. A revival alsd 
greatly en1ar«ie<l llie society, and on the Sahbath tlicir new lioii>c 
was lilh'd ^\'it]l an interesting and i\n attentive congregation, 'J'lu.. 
kno\rledge of liis sncce>s at his dilierent ajij^ointments was jiot con- 
fined to the hicalities where lie had l)een stationed, bnt his repnta- 
tion was qnite extensive, and wlien he left E. Bost'')n prol)al)l_v no 
member of the ]S. E. C'onferen.ee was desired by a greater mimbi.-r 
of societies. AVhen the a]:)])ointments were annonnced in IS-fS it 
was fc>nnd that ]\filfoi\l M'as the place to be favored with liis ser- 
vices. i\gain he wa> ]daced over a yonng society, and there, as h\ 
a nnmber of pi-evions a])])ointments, a honse oi worship vras consid- 
ered indis]-)ensably necessary to their contiimed prosperity. Thi.- 
society resolved to bnild, friends rallied to their aid, Lee Claflin, 
Esq., contribnted nn:>st liberally, and a comnniidions church and 
vestry and a convenient parsonage next to the church were com- 
pleted during the period of his laboi's in that place. A revival also 
added many members to the chui'ch, and on the Sabbath an inter- 
esting congregation filled their new honse. 

The Confe]"ence of 1S.'>0 was one of deep solemnity to hiin. IIi< 
arduous, unremitted and long-continued lal)ors had at lengtli so 
im])aired his health that he could not preach, and with deep emotion 
he asked a location. The Conference, unwilling to lose one of its 
most successful members, voted to retain his name and give liini a 
superannuated relation. On his retm-n from Conference he met 
liis family with tears, nc>t because he had been appointed to a hai'd 
or difficult field of labor, but because that in the prime of life he 
was a su])erannuated man. AVith the exception of su]")plying the 
pulpit at Xo. Russell st., Boston, a few months, he preached bni 
little subsequent to that period. Having desisted from preaching 
his health gradually im])roved. This fact was known, and tliough 
unable to preach, his nnmerons friends were unwilling to be depi'ived 
of his labors. In !N'ov., 1853, he was elected a member of the 
Massachusetts Senate l)y the voters in AVorcester County, Soon 
after he was elected a member of that honorable body, he was al.-:-'* 
elected casliier of Ilopkinton Bank, 

The laljors in the Senate, in connection with his duties in the 
bank, wei-e evidently too much for his physical strength, and in 
April, lyTt-f, to human ajipcarance he was brought near tlie grave. 
The X. E. C/Onference was then in session, and he, being de^irou^ 
that his name should no longer remain on the list of the sn]»er;ui- 



JONN WHITMAN OF WKYMOUTII. S79 

iHiated, ODce more fcnt an earnest reoiicst asking location. Tliono-li 
tlie Conference regretted that lie .-liould desire a I'elation which 
wonkl separate him from that T)0(ly as a memhei', vet the solenni 
re<iuest was granted. Jle >nhse(|nently ]>artially I'egained liis health, 
and pome ho])ed that he might he s])ared for years and ]:>ossi])ly 
ii&in be ahle to preacli the Gospel. J hit all wei-e doomed to an 
afth'cting disappoitttment. Tlie disease liaviiig assnn.ied a new form, 
the skill of the physicians was baffled, the kind ollices of numerotts 
friends ])roved inellectnal, and about 1'2 o'clock, on the night of 
Ang. 8 (1854), he left this world of changes and went trinmphantly 
home to rest in heaven. 

The funeral solemnities were observed on Friday. Ang. 11. At 
the honse of the deceased, prayer, appropi-iate and fervent, was 
off'ered by Eev. J. T. Pettee of B(jston, after which, with deep 
solenniity, the procession proceeded to tlie Orthodox Church. The 
countenances of the miiiici-ons friends in tlie congi-egation indicated 
that they were coTt>ci<")ns of the loss the commnnity had sustained — ■ 
they evidently realized that Gnd was tiierc. Kov. II. P. Andrews, 
pastor of the ^L E. Society in llopkinton. read the 1077th hymn, 
which was snng with dceis feeling by the choii-. Select portioiis of 
the Scrlj'itni'es were then read by the Kev. I, Smith of Leominster, 
after v.'hich an approipriate and heart-l'elt prayer was offered by 
Piev. H. P. Andrews. The 10Sr)tii hymn ^vas read by Rev. D, E. 
Cha])in of AYorcester and snng by the choir, after which a deeply 
solemn congregation listened to a sermon by the writer, founded on 
Ji>hn xi. 23, 24. Snlvject, the resnrrection — a doctrine niost glorioits 
and fttll of coinfort, but which has been as^-ailed by skej)tics in all 
ages, and is, by many professing Christians, at the jireseiit time. 
Dr. Clarke, referring to the resnrrectiion, wrote : ' There is n.ot a 
doctrine in the Gospel on which more stress is laid, and there is not 
a doctrine in the pre>ent system of })]-enc]iing which is treated with 
more neglect.- Tliongh mottrning fi'iends may entertain no dotibt 
that the soul of the dej^arted saint is in heaven, still, as they see the 
part v.diicli is mortal ]')laced in the tomb to lie seen on earth no inore, 
how sweet, how consoling, are the declai'ations of Holy Writ, that 
'there shall be a resurrection of the (h^ad,' and concerning the saints, 
that 'the Lord Jesus Christ shall change tlieir vile l)odies that they 
may be fashioned like unto his glorious body.' At the conclusion 
"">f the sermon an appropriate piece was sung by the choir, and then 
tlie benediction was ])rononnced l)v the Pev. A. J). Sargeant of 
Milford, after which the remains wcjc Ijorne from the chu]-ch bv 
liis ministerial brethren, followed by a lai'ge ])rocession, to the silent 



880 THE IJKSCEXDAXTS OF 

tomh. Tho burial t^ei'vice Avas read In' Kcv. A. D. Sargeaiit, ainl 
then, "with many tear.-:^, inournino- fricixls looked for the last titm- in 
this Avorld npoii that connteriance loNely even in death, and ^aw tlio 
hod}- jtlaced in tlie tomh to rest till tlio jvsnrrection morn. 

IlaWng been intimately ac(|iiainted \\itli Ih-o. Whitman for manv 
years, mneh might he stated eoneei-ning those excellent (Hialiil;.',:; 
which I believe enalded him. by Divine aid, to gain .-o many sincen- 
friends, and gave him .-neh great success, Imt that nuist be omitfi-.i 
at this time. During bis sickness he manifested a desire, if it shoiiM 
be God's will, again to enter the sacred desk. He wonld sometinio 
remark : ' If I shrmld ever regain my health, O how 1 would lalioi-, 
how I would preach to sinners, to the church and to ministers.' 
Bro. Andrews and others often conversed with him, and alwav> 
found him evincing a sjiirit which indicated deep ]>icty and a M'ib 
lingness to remain and labor, or to depart and be with Christ. 
Though feeble in healtli, last March be visited Weston, the place 
where he was converted, and wliere he united with tlie M. E. Clmrcli 
and received a license to j^reach. Ovi the Sabbath he once mor(> 
attended the church endeared to him 1»y so many pleasant associa- 
tions. Ee^^ L. P. Fi-ost preached ' On the prospect of the righteous." 
No subject coidd have been more c(»ngenial to his feelings. It was 
the last sermon he ever heard. He subsecpientlv often repeated 
some expressions in the sermon, 'forever saved in heaven,' eternally 
shut in with Christ,' with joy beaming in his countenance. A few 
days before his departure, as ]\Irs. Whitman CTitered his room, with 
liis hands raised an<l looking upward, he was exclaiming ■\^■ith much 
emotion, '' forever saved in heaven.' A few weeks previous to liis 
death he attended a ]a-ayer-mecting with the M. E. Societv in 11 o|)- 
kinton. During the exercises he ai'ose and with much feeliu::- 
addressed the congregation, and refei'i'cd to the diiTej'ent prospects of 
the saint and sinner in the lK)ur of death, and entreated them all i<< 
be p)"e[>ared to meet their God. His i^ale and emaciated a]t])earani't'. 
his weak, tremulous but earnest voice, and above all, the truih- 
which he uttei-ed, accomjjanicd by the Holy Spirit, ju'oduced a 
powerful elfect upon all pn-esent. A death-like stillness prevailed, 
and many tears were shed while the man of God was delivering iii- 
last j>i'l>Hc message to his dying fellow-men. 

Ilavhig taken a solenm and iinal leave of all public mecthigs <'n 
earth, another scene of deep solemnity was just before him. '^rh-' 
last hour of his pilgrimage was near, when he nnist l)id his nuah 
beloved family and dearest friends farewell. The last houi' a: 
length arrived. His alhicted companion, conscious of the fact, pr" 



JOHN WIIITMAX OJ' WEYMOUTH. 881 

po>cd the solemn qne>ti<)n : ' ^fv (]oar ]iu.-]);iii(], do yoii tliiiik that 
yon are dviiig ^' He replied: •Yes.' She asked: 'Do yon feel 
wiHiiii;- ai)d t'ldly prepared to p) f He nnliesitatinulv answered : 
'Yes, I do,' and then addcM] : ' if I \\'a< not. there wnidd he no time 
to jirepare now.' He thc-n took the Jiand of his helo\ed eomjninion 
and wiili much emotion e(»mmended her and tlieir tliive chikh-en to 
God. The kist sok-mn (hily heini;- ]»erforme<h in a fevr moments 
tlie immortal spii'it heft the tenement of elav to dwell eternally Mdth 
unnnmhered millions in heaven. Tlic la>t expression he made in 
reference to himself Avas : • 'My faith is in God.' " 

13287. Lucr Eleaxoi^s^ b. Sept. 28, 1843: m. Xewton, April 
20, 1870, Itev. Benjamin, son of Mark and x\melia (Kaye) Gill, b. 
Ilohniirth, Eng., Jnly 11, 1843; came to America, 1854- ; graduated 
at Wesleyan LTniversity, 1870; ordained, 1870; 1872, appointed 
instructor in Greek and History and Librarian at Wilbraham 
Academy ; residence, Wilbraham, Mass. ; 4: c. 

182SS. Kitty Eleanor GilP. b. Nov. '33, l^^ll. 

18.289. Josephine Amelia GilP, b. Nov. VJ, 1873. 

1:3290. Anliur Benjamin Gil]i. b. Dec. 16, 1878. 

13291. Helen Louise Gill'', b. June 10, 1881. 

13202. Mary Claelin^ b. July 22, 1850; m. Oct. 16, 1878, 
James Milton Earle; a merchant; residence, Belding, Ionia Co., 
Mich. ; 2 c. 

13293. Inez Vsliitman Earle^ b. Dec. 2. 1879. 
13293a. Robert Earle^ b. Sept. 20, kssso. 

13201. Joseph EL1SHA^ b. Maich 21, 1853 ; m. Dec. 18, 1870, 
Ennna Louise, danphter of Merrick R. Stevens of Xewton; is 
engaged in business in Boston; a member of the iirm of Whitman 
«fc Coburn, 73 Summer st, ; no issue. 



13295. 8. Samuel PAiiKS^ b. Lincoln, Mass., April 0, 1813; m. 
May, 1831, Mercy Maria, daughter of Xathan and Martha (Stearns) 
Whitney, b. May 16, 1813 ; residence, Lincoln, v/here he d. Sept. lo, 
1877 ; i c. 

13206. Joseph Hexry^ b. Dec. 5, 1831; m. Dec 28, 1853, 
Mary Amia Fowler; he d. Everett, Mass., Sept. 1, 1878; 2 c. 

13297. Anna Josephine^ b. May 11. 1855; m. 1. '\Viniaja Yale of Maiden; 
was divorced ; ni. 2. Charles Lakeman of Maiden ; 1 c. 

13297a. Yale"'. 

13297b. Fannie Carlton^ b. June, 1800; ni. Sejtt. 11, 1878, AVilliani C. Daven- 
port of ^lalden : 1 c. 

13297c. Albert Davenport"', b. April, 1881. 
56 



882 



THE DESCENDANTS OF 



]?>2ns. Samuel Parks, .li-.^, b. Fcl). 14, 183:5; m. Oct. 24, ISCO, 
Mary G. Davis ; 1 c. 
13-299. Blaurho Gertnule'', b. Jnn. }, 1874. 

13300. ^ViLijAM I). A.^ I). AValtlKini, Dee. 28, 1835 (28, 183*;, 
to^^'n recoiHls) ; ni. Aug., 1853. EuiL'liDe, daiigijtcr of William and 
Jane (Ellis) i^aty of Jioston, h. Oct. 13. 1835; lie v/as a lawvcr in 
]!ostoii for some years, residing first, at Clielsca, later, at Lincoln, 
where lie d. June G, 1872 ; she resides Xewton ; c., all hut young- 
est b. r>ostun. 

13301. Eimna Jane^ b. May 6, 18")4 ; m. Nov., 1879, Marshall Franklin 
Blanchard : a ^vholosule tish doaltu-, of tlie firm of Bnnting it 
Emery, Boston ; residence. 110 Hancock st.. Cambridge ; 2 c. 

13302. Artliur F. Blanchard^\ b. Newton. Jan., 1881. 
13302a. lieleu Blanchard-^ b. Cambridge, May 10. 18ST. 

13303. Florence May^ b. May 1. 18.56 : m. Feb. 15, 1887, John Wallace 
Fisher of Newton. 

13304. Frank HowIand^ b. Sept. 18, 18o0 ; m. Aug., 1881. Ida Sinabaugh of 
Kansas : an engineer at Boston University ; residence, Boston ; 1 c. 

13304a. Maud Mayi'\ b. .Ararcli 4, 1884. 

13305. Frederick "William", b. April 27, 18G2 ; a salesman for a wholesale 
grocery house at Sioux City, la. 

13306. Mabel Parkss, b. Feb. 11, 1868. 
13300a. Grace^ b. Lincoln, June 27. 1809. 

1330T. James Russell^ b. Xov., 183S; d. Jan. 20, 1839. 

13308. 9. Luther Pakks", b. April 10, 181 G; uiimarriod ; resi 
dence, Stockton, Cal. 

13309. 10. Sarah Caroline', b. .\[arch 2, 1822; unmarried; 
residence, Lincoln, !Ma-s. 

13310. IL Thomas'', b. May 23, 1778; m. May 2, 1800, 
Polly Brooks, b. Dec. H, 1784 ;\l. April 30, 1802, a^ed 77 ; a 
farmer ; settled at Stow ; he d. Se])t. 27,1861, aged 83 ; 10 c. 



13311 1. Nathan Brooks', h. Get. 15, 1801 ; m. March IG, 182G, 
Ann T). Tliwing; he d. Jan. 7, 187G, aged 7-1; the widow is living, 
a»>-ed 8G. resi<linu- with her dauulitcr, ^li's. Cliarles Adams, at Marl- 
borcuigh ; G. c. 

13312. Eben W.^ b. Jan. 1. 1828; m. 1. Oct. 5, 1818, Abbic, 
daughter of Benjamin 11. and Joanna Eaton ; she d. Aug. 22, 1851 ; 
m. 2. June 23, 1851, ^^Irs. Eliza Kandall ; ni. 3. Priscilla Walker ; 
a carpenter and farmer ; lie lived for some years at So. Reading and 
later at Westborotigh ; in EST.") he lost his mind and was placed in 
the Insane Asylum at Worcester, where he d. March 21, 1877; 2 c. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 883 

13313. Tlmiezer\ b. Juup 9 ; d. Aug. 5, 1851. 

l331oa. Frauk^, b. 18Go; residciire, Westbornugh, Mass. 

133.U. Nathan Erooks, Jr.s, b. July 10, 1S29; m. Jan. 20, 
1849, lIuiTiot Louisa Clark ; a paver and mason ; residence, IJosion; 
lie served for two jears in the army, cidisting in Co. C, Jst Mass. 
Heavy Artillery ; 4 c. 

13315. Ida F:', b. Dec. 2d, IN^O ; m. Sept. 17, 1SG8, Isaac J. Ward ; residence, 

So. Boston ; 1 c. 
1331G. Nellie Florence AVard"\ b. Dec. 23. 1SG9. 

13317. Charles E.^, b. June 0, lS.-)3; m. Oct. 1'2, l>s73, Lucy H. na.skell ; has a 
market at 1733 Wasliingtou st., Boston ; 1 c. 

13318. Cliarles Irving^", b. Nov. 21, 1876 ; d. .June 24, 1877. 

13319. Albert L.'\ b. Jan. C, 18.16: ni. 1. Sept. 12, 1881, Ella A. Larning, 
b. ; d. ; m. 2. Salem, Oct. 13, 1888, ]Mary R. Knowles of 
Salem ; a salesman in a jobbing liouse in Boston ; 1 c, name unknown. 

13320. George^, b. Feb. 11, 1860 ; d. April 23, 1877. 

13321. Sarah A.^ b. Jan. 22, 1832; m. Sept. 7, 1870, Charles, 
son of Joseph S. and Sally (Wetherl)ce) Adams, b. Harvard, Dec. 
2, 1833 (her brother-indaw) ; foreman in a factory; residence, Marl- 
borough ; no issue. 

13322. Charlotte C.^ b. April 19, 1835 ; m. Lewis W. Forbush 
of Westboroiigh ; a farmer ; residence, Slow ; 4 c. 

13323. Edward E. Forbus])^ b. Feb. 11 ; d. Sept. 20, 1857. 

13324. Herbert L. Forbusll^ b. Feb. 23, 1803. 

13325. Annie L. Forbush", b. March 18, 1867. • 

13326. Helen L. Forbush^ b. May 11, 1869. 

13327. Carrie S.^ b. Max 9, 1842; m. Aug. 26, 1802, Charles 
Adams ; she d. Aug. 20, 1809 ; 1 c. 

13328. Etta C. Adams", b. July 17, 1864. 

13329. Louisa M.-% b. Xov. 21, 1849 ; ra. May 31, 1865, Alonzo 
Iv., soil of Alfred S. and Harriet W. (Burnap) Bi-yant ; residence, 
Medfield, Mass. ; 2 c. 

18330. Herbert Alonzo Bryant^, b. Aug. 25, 1808. 
13331. Lillian Thwing Bryant", b. Nov. 15, 1870. 



13332. 2. Mary', b. July 23, 1803 ; m. 1. Calvin, sou of Paul 
and Anna (Ilarron) Taylor, b. Stow, Feb. 12, 1794; d. Acton, Aug. 
4, 1808; m. 2. Dec. 2(;, LS7(*, Alvaro Matthews; removed to 
W. Vienna, X. Y., whei'o she <1 July 28. 1870; 8 c. 

13333. Mary TAYLOH^ b. Dec. 1, 1822 ; m. Waterlown, .Mass., 
Kov. 20, 1843, Francis 13., son of Josiadi and Abigail (Temple) 
Wolcott, b. Stow, Sept. 5, 1818; a carjienter, doing business in 
Boston ; residence, Page st., Maiden, Mass. ; no issue. 



88J- TITK DESCENDANTS OF 

13334. Anna Taylor^ b. A\ni\ 2'2, 1824; in. 1. April 14, Isjo, 
('Ijiirles W. Conant ; in. 2. ■. 

13335. Lucy IIayward Taylors, b. ^[a_y 4, 1826; in. Tlilj.. 
borough, X. IL., -Inne "2, 1844. TliiTon Jl, son of Jose])li and J'-- 
nielia (I^ingbain) Xewman, b. 'May 'J, 1821 ; she d. ]\Iarch 30, Issi ; 
he resides Chariest* iwn, X. 1].; 2 c. 

13330. Dr. Frank Ilinim Nuwniaii", b. Fob. 18, IS-l."") ; m. Dec. 7, 1865. Alir.> 
Goss, daugbtLT of James Cninjiliell and Ilariiel .McCluve (Sanbom : 
Currier, b. Franklin, N. H., Oct. 3, 1847 ; has been Professor of Chrm- 
istry and Toxicology at Chicago. liomeopatliic .Medical School; ii-.i 
deuce, 60o AV. Monroe st., Cliicago, wliere he d. Au.j;. 17, 1887. 

"Dr. Frank II. Newiaau. the surgeon, <lied suddenly at 11 :30 o'clock la-i 
night (Aug. 17, l887i, at his residence, Oiin W. Monroe st.. of apoplexy. Jh- 
was 4-2 yeai-s of ago, and had acquired considerable of a reputation in hi-: 
profession. He was one of the stall' physicians of the County Hospital. Tli..- 
officers of the First Regimeni Infantry will meet at their armory this Thur.- 
day evening (Aug. 18), at 8:15 o'clock, to take suitable action relative to his 
death." 

"The funeral of Dr. Frank H. Newman, who died suddeulj- Wedne -dav 
night (Aug. 17, 18-57), took i)lace this afternoon (Aug. 20) at St. Paul's l^e- 
formed Episcopal Cluvrcb, Bishop Fallows officiating. After the services il;. 
remains were taken to the Alichigan Central depot and sent to Xew IhiH!]- 
shire for interment. The deceased was a surgeon of the First Regiment, and 
that organization turned out in full force to pay respect to their dead con-.- 
rade. Company F acted as escort and bore arms. The rest of the regiiu"),: 
had side-arms only. The ofhcers of the regiment occupied a position in t!iv 
rear of the procession." 

13337. Capt. Emmons C. Newman", b. July 21, 181:7; m. May 1, 187:.'. hhi 
May, daughter of Sherman D. and Charlotte A. (Gustin) S{o?ic, b. 
July ?1, 185.J ; residence, Plillsborough, N. 11. ; 1 c. 

13338. 3Iarian Estella Newman"', b. ilarch 13, 1874. 

13339. Levi ']\\ylou5, b. Feb. 4, 1828; m. 1. Ilillsborou-li 
Bridge, N". IL, Dee. 27, 1849, Sarah Maria, daughter of Ariel an.; 
Jcruiah (Hall) Crosby, b. Xorthboroiigh, June 21, 1830 ; d. : 

ni. 2. Hudson, ^Mass., May 9, 1878, Mary Susan, daughter of Ejiliraii;. 
and Susan (PL^we) Hale. b. Berlin. a])0ut 1840; a lilachsniith: ];:•■- 
a large shop at, Z\Lnrlboroiigh, Mass.; 4 e. 

13340. Alfred TheronTaylor'. b. Stow, Jan. 1, 1851 ; m. Hudson, Oct. 9. l^T!. 

Alice Jeanelte, daughter of Harrison and Rebecca (Fuller) Smiih. !•. 

Phillips. ^le. ; a shoemaker ; residence. Hudson ; 3 c. 
133-11. Frank Fuller Taylor'", b. Feb. 6. 1874. 
1334-2. Lilla Taylor''. 

13343. Josephine Taylor'". ^ 

13344. George Levi Taylor-', b, ^Vinchendon, Sept. 13. 18r)o ; m. Clinton <'■ 
Berlin, June -20, 1878. Ida A., daughter of Harrison and Sophia ( Irii'ir.. 
b. Essex County, about 1850; in business with his fatlier at Mai ll'"!"- 
ough ; no issue. 



JOHN AVIIITMAN OF WEYMOCTII. 885 

13345. Lora Jeaimette Taylol•^ b. Marlljorough, Oct. 17, 18.")3 ; m. Dec. 15, 
1877, Willis F.. sou of Austin aud Elizalieih (Hastinj!,s) Brighaui, b. 
Hudson, about I^IG ; a shoemaker; residence. ^larlbui-ough ; 3 c. 

1334G. Frederick Levi Brighani'". b. Aug. 8, 1878. 

133-17. Everett F. Brigliaiu'^ b. Feb. 7, 1881. 

13348. Ralpli Brighaui'", b. 18S',\ 

133-18a. Sarah Alice Taylor', b. Aug. IG ; d. Aug. 26, 1SG8. 

13349. Chaklotte TAYLOK^ h. Sept. '29. 1831 ; in. Sept. C, 1851, 
Daniel Eeed, son of Daniel and C'atliarine (L'iee) J)av, 1>. April 22, 
1823; residence, AViiieliendon, Mass. ; she d. New Ipswich, N. II., 
Oct. G, 18G0: (he m. 2. Jan. 3, 1S03, Martha Jane Parklmr.st ; 3 c. 
by 2d ni. ;) 3 c. 

13350. Harriet Maria Day^ b. Aug. 5, 1853 : m. Dec. 25, 1882. Wilbcrt Fisk, 
son of Hubert and Louise (Rice) Eastman, b. Oct. 20, 1851 ; a farmer ; 
residence, Xo. Haverhill. X. H. 

13351. C^eorge Elam Day^ b. Feb. 2, 1855; m. June 27, 1877, Emma E., 
daughter of William and Sultina (Hartwell) Lewis, b. Nov. 25, 18.50 ; 
a mercliant ; residence, "Winchendon ; 3 c. 

13352. Amy Hattie Day"', b. Dec. 16, 1878. 

13353. Bertha Irene Day'", b. Oct. 11, ls81. 
13353a. Calvin T. Day^'\ b. Xov. 8, 1887. 

1335-1. Ella Florence Day^, b. Feb. 1, 1858; unmarried; a teacher; resi- 
dence, Ayer, Mass. 

13355. SusAM Bancroft Tayja^.r^ b. March 21, 1833; m. 1. 
Boston, Jid}- 21, 1S50, Jehiel Hard, b. Salem, Mass., about 1822; 
cl X. y. City. Nov. 21, l.s60; m. 2. Boston, Xov. IS, 1SG3, Salis- 
bury, son of Josiah and Betsey Broad, b. Albion, Me., about 1827; 
a mason; residence, So. Boston; 2 c, one unknown. 

13356. ?*iary Abby IIard^ b. : m. Oct. 30, 1870, Francis E., son of 
Adoli>h and Elizabeth ( ) Walter, b. N. Y. City ; a china deco- 
rator ; residence, 587 E. 5th st., So. Boston. 

13357. Francis Calvin Taylor^, b. June 20, 1838; m. Jan. 
5, 1860, Georgiana A., daugliter of George and Eliza Smith, b. Oct. 
12, 1810; a harness-maker; residence. Stow, Ma>s., where he d. 
Sept. 5, 1873; (she has since m. Oct. 21, 1879, a Mr. Brown, and 
resides at Maynard, Mass. ;) 5 c. 

13358. George Calvin Taylor^, b. Aug. 5, 1800 ; d. Aug. 8, 1861. 

13359. Taylors, b. ; d. March 20, 1862. 

133G0. Amy C. Taylor", b. Dec. 18, 1803 ; m. Nov. 9, 1881, William FrankUn 

I>iclilield ; residence. LoAvell ; 1 c. 
13361. Paul Franklin Liclilield'". b. March 1, 1883. 

13302. Robert Davis Taj'lor", b. Nov. 9, 1^05 ; a grocer; residence, Lowell. 
13363. Fred. William Taylor^ b. July 12, 1869. 

13361. Josephine TAYLOR^ h. Sept. 1, 1810; d. May 16, 1867. 



S&6 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13305. 3. SOPHRONIA', b. Feb. 23,1805; m. 1. Jolm Ilenrj of 
Stow; he d. Jan. 15, IStU; m. 2. April 13, 1805, Elislia, son of 
Elislia and Elizabeth Gates, b. Stow, about 1795; shed. Hudson, 
Aug. 27, 1^73; 2 c. 

133G6. .Map^tra Hexkys, b. ; m. IJopor. 

133G7. Sarah: P.. Henrys, b. Jan. 11, 1S27; m. Xov., 1847, 
Isaac B. Jewell, b. Oct. 16, 1S2G ; residence, AValthani ; 2 c. 

13363. Henry Herbert Jewel P. b. Oct. 29, 1S4S ; d. May 2, 18G7. 

13369. Charles Ezra Jev^•e]]^ b. Oct. 9, iSoO ; m. ; residence, 

Waitliain ; lias is^iie. 



13370. 4. Bancroft", b. Jan. 15, 1807 ; m. 1. Sept. 27, 1827, 
Susan :\[nller; she d. I'eb. 8, 1808; m. 2. Jan. 5, 1870, Lydia, 
daughter of Timothy and Lydia Austin ; lie kept fur many years a 
hotel at Fresh Pond, and afterwards owned a farm at Stow, whei'c 
he d. Jan. 20, 1870, aged 60; (she m. Feb. 27, 1870, Otto Gears:) 
5 c. 

13371. Alfred^ b. Dec. 12, 1820; m. July 9, 1803, Abbie J. 
Fawcett ; a butcher ;ind market-njan ; residence, }»larlborougli ; 
S c. 

13372. yusan B.^ b. Feb. 21, 18G4. 
18373. Anna E.^ b. Au-. 4, 1868. 
13374. Alice C.^, b. Nov. 27, 1874. 

13375. Francis B.^ b. June 12, LS31 ; in 1840 went to Cali- 
fornia, and d. thei'e, unmaiTied, 1881. 

13376. Alice C.^ b. Aju-il ; d. Sept. 21, 1830. 

13377. Edward C.^ b. Jan. 1, 1840; d. Jan. 15, 1804. 

13378. xVlice C, b. Oct., 1842; d. March 20, 1813. 



13370. 5. WiNTHROP', b. March 0, 1800; m. June 7, 1837, 
Kancy Harvey ; he followed the sea for many years; in 1841 settled 
at Pwichmond, X. IT., and d. there, April 17, 1842; 1 c. 

133SO. GeouCtE II.*, b. Kichmond, 1842; d. unmarried, Surrey, 
X. JL, Aug. 7, 1808. 



13381. 6. Cii.ARLOTTE Brooks", b. Jan. 10,1812; m. April 11, 
1832, Truman Wolc^tt, b. July 14, 1807; d. x\ug. 10, 1884; she d. 
Feb. 23, 1 854 :8 c. 

■.13382. Thu.man Hexry Wolcott^ b. Aug. 9 ; d. Oct. 12, 1S30. 



JOnN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 8S7 

133S3. George Truman Woloott^ b. April ID, 1S39; m. Dec. 
25, 18G0, Maria I) Clark of Stow, b. Get. 5, 1889; a wliok^sale 
dealer in Vtoots and shous ; a iiieinber of the firm of S. P. Wilcox (!i:; 
Co. of Detroit;- 1 c. 
i;]8«4. John T. ^Volcott^ b. May 5, 18G9. 

13385. Charlotte Delia AVolcott'^, b. June 15, 1842; m. 
July 31, 18G2, Edward P. Miles; residence, Hudson; 1 c. 
13386. HeU?ii Aurelia Miles', b. Aug. 19, 1S70. 

13387. Alice M. Wolcott^ b. Jan. 0; d. Aug. 2, 181-1. 

13388. Louisa TEXA.S AYolcott^ \ d. March 31, 1851. 

[ b. March 10, 1816. 

13389. Lorenzo Oregon WoLCOTT^) m. June 27, 1869, 
Abbie J. Bigelow ; residence, Hudson; 3 c. 

13390. William L. Wolcott'-\ b. ]\ray 1, LsGS. 

13391. Irving L. ^Volcott^ b. March 2:i ; d. July 23, 1872. 

13392. Arthur E. Wolcott", b. Aug. 7, 1813. 

13393. Henrietta Xej'.raska Wolcott\ \ d. Sept. 8, ISSL 

Vb. Feb. 13, 1851:; 
13394-. Henry Kansas AYolcott^ ) d. March 8, 1850. 



13395. 7. Jane', b. May 18, 1811; ni. Ang. 18, 1832, Darkee 
Lyon, b, Ti'oy, Tt., isol ; d. A})j'il 2, 1885 ; for many years engaged 
in fai-ming at Rolling Prairie, Wis. ; in 1882 they celelirated their 
golden wedding, at which time there M'cre living twelve children, 
seventeen grandchildren, and live grcat-g]'an<]children ; she resides 
]jeaver Dam, Wis. ; 11 c. 

" Goldeji Wedding ni BoU'ing Prairie. — One of the most inter- 
esting events in the community for many years was the celebration 
of the fiftieth amiiversary of tlie marriage of J\Ir. and Mi-s. Durkee 
Lyon, which took jjlace at the old homestead, at Polling Prairie, on 
the afternoon of Friday, Aug. 18, 1882. Over one hundred and 
fifty of Mr. ]>yon's friends and neighboi's a^^embled to congratulate 
this favored couple, and spend the afternoon in renewing the 
friendly interest they entertained for each other, and expivssing the 
kindly feeling toward those ^\^\\o had been such good neighbors and 
faithful friends from the ]no!ieer days to the present time. 

Mr. Durkee Lyon was born in the town of Troy, Orleans Co., 
Vt., in 1801, and Mrs. Lyon was boi-n in Stow, ^Liss., 1811. They 
v/ere mai-ried in Stow. Ang. 18, 1832, and came to their home in 
^Visconsin, 1843. Their family consisted of fourteen children, 
twelve of whom arc still livinu'. 



SS8 THE DKSCEXDAXTS OF 

AVni. D. l.yoii was a draTinnor in C\"). D, ."ith Wi-emisin, and was 
killed a1: ]''ivdc'i'ifl<sl)urg. A'a. 

Tlieve are seventeen li'vandeliildren and five g-j'eat-LiTanilcliildren. 
This occasion l»rouu'lir tom-tlier nianv vi tlu- old settlers of Dodu'e 
Oonntv, anionii' wlu>ni we may nieuticdi : }]r>. ^Fliomas of Bnrnett • 
Col. Lockwood. M'ife. and mother and wife's motlier; AFr. an<l ]\lrs. 
James oMcCollnm : Air. and Airs. EldreiU^'c Smith ; AFi-. and AIi's. 
John Holt : Air. and AIi's. O. Ijnrgitt ; Ah-, and Airs. Lewis SaAvyer ; 
Air. and Airs. Frank G rover; AFi-. John Cole of A\"ate)'town, cousin 
of All-, kyon ; Air. and Airs. Horace Colo of Oak Grove, consins of 
Air. Lyon; AFr. and Airs. IJalpli Philips; Air. AViMiam Holt; Air. 
and AFrs. Arilliam iJon.ner ; Air. E. J. I >oomei- : Air. and Airs. AV right 
CliflV.rd; Air. J. B. Aliller of Ohio; AFr. and Airs. F. J I. Ford; Air. 
and AFrs. O. LI. Crowl ; Airs. Alarvin ; Airs. Clark Drown; Airs. 11. 
11. Elkins; Airs. Jndd. 

After a social rennii'ii of friend-, many of wliom had long been 
separated, they were in\"Jted to a gi-and sujiper sju'ead on a long- 
table under tlie maples in tlie front yard. Just 1)ef*.>re supjier AFr. 
A^'oorliecs asked the bles.-ijig, and Hon. Lorenzo Alerrill made a 
spirited address to the honored couple and friend.s assemlded, in 
which he indulged in ]deasant reminiscences of the olden times 
"wlien lie was privileged to be tlie school-master for the neiglibor- 
liood.and instructed many of the grown-up children present in the 
mysteries of arithmetic and geogra])hy, in the old log sehookhouse 
by tlie road-side, thirty years ago. Those were the days v.dien the 
children were compelled to mind their teachers and study their 
lessons under the penalty of a ' thra-hing,' and Air. hh'ank Grover 
and others, in tlieir successful career, should be thaid;ful for the 
'lacing' they got when at school. He was reminded, as he caught 
the eye of one pi-esent, of little Amasa Drown, who was such a con- 
scientious child that, on one day, as school was soon to be dismissed, 
he reminded the teacher that he had not yet received his daily 
flogging, which neglected duty was, of course, attended to at once. 

The S]-»eaker conLi'ratiilated Air. Lyon on his favoi-ablc choice of a 
farm in 1840, and his e([ually good choice of a companion, aiid raising 
such a large family of children that he needn't be ashamed of; and 
all joined in expressing the hope tliat their last days woidd be their 
best days, and though the feebleness of age should come, their hearts 
would 1)0 warm with tlie affection of their children aiul friends, and 
drawn towar<l a better country \vhose inhabitants never o'row old. 

Among the numerou- tokens of kindly interest were the following 
presents to Air. and AIi-s. Lvun : bed-room set, bed siu-ing and 



JOHX WHITMAN OF M'EYMOUTir. SS9 

all)niii, from the children of ]\rr. and !Mrs. D. ]>_von ; gentleman's 
npliolstcred easy eliaii". from .Tctlm C<»le of AVatertown ; tine n])h(>]- 
stered patent nteker. !^^imle.■^(^ta Junction f rJend< ; llond m('tto — 
']lome. Sweet llcuie' — in eLony fi-anie. ( '. IJ. Deche, Deaver Dam ; 
])anel fruit pictui-e and frame. Mi', and Mrs. (). F. Weaver, J-]eaver 
Dam; majolica Avater pitcher, ^^^Trs. Marvin, P>eavcr Dam; line 
towel and tidy, ]\lr. and ]Mrs. J^ooth, leaver Dam ; Ijohemian glass 
vase with cut lloA\er.-, JJelle Lyon, Beaver Dain ; ebony ]">a]>er hcililei-, 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith; lK>tile of imported ■\vine. pair of 
slippers, silk haudkerehief. gold scarf pin, ]\[r, and ]\rrs. Schluker- 
l)ier, Beaver Dam ; ])alr of l»rojize glass vases, ^[rs. Chas. Burgess, 
Juneau ; four chromo ])ictures, by gi'eat-grandchildren — Charlie, 
Loan IL, Clark B. and ]-)el]e W. Burgess ; t^o dollaj-s, currency, 
Ellis Acker, Oak Gi'ove; tine linen collar, ]\irs. C. Drake; tine 
Avoi'sted and l.ieaded land.)re<]iun. ^lr<. L. liadclilfe, lo\va ; Mack 
-walnut towel rack, ^Ir. G'iss, ^Minnesota Junction; black walnut 
watch-safe, S. T.yon, Boiling Prairie; gold dollar, ]\lr>. Elkins ; one 
dollar, Mrs. Judd ; china cu]>, saucer and fifty cents, Mr. and ]\frs. 
Ti. Philips ; gold dollar. Z\[)-s. Calkins, Lowell ; two and-aJialf dollar 
gold piece, ]\Ir. and ^irs. IL I^routy, Polling l*rairie ; dozen silver 
knives, Mr. and Afis. IL Cole, 3fr. and Mrs'. T. Holt, Mr. William 
Holt; dozen silver forks. Polling Praii'ie friends ; golddieaded cane 
and gold .spectacles, ^h\ E. J. Boomer, Mr. and ]\[rs. Williain Bon- 
ner, Peter Beule. A. and J. Alirlach; castoi- with call l)ell, ]\Ii'. and 
Mi-s. J. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. O. Buro-itt. :\L-. and Mrs. E. Sndth. Mr. 
and Mrs. F. C. D]-own, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Eoi-d, I^Er. and :^rrs. A. 
Lockwood; silver cake basket, Mr. and ]\[rs. 3iL'rrill, Miss Mattie 
Aitcliesoii, Mrs. Eliza Cutler, ]\rrs. O. IL Crowl ; gold collar button, 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Sawyer; silver butter dish, F. B. Grover. X. F. 
Thomas, C. W. P>urge.s, W. T. Cliitord ; fancy lap rol)e, ::\rr. and 
Mrs. James AEcCullum ; numei'ous j^ieces of gold coin on cake, from 
unnamed friends: half dollar, Mrs. Godding; one dollar, George 
Ilyland ; one dollar and-adialf. A.. IL Drown."' 

13396. Chaklotte Walcott Lyox^, b. June 18, 1833; m. 
A-pril 27, 1851, Seamon Sedgwick Bushnell ; a machinist; resi- 
dence, 399 lith ave . Milwaukee, Wis. ; 4 c. 

181507. Florence D. BushnelF, ]>. Feb. 6, ISry^ ; m. Dec. 25, 18G0, Charles Bur- 
gess ; £1, faiTiier ; residence. Juneau. Oak Grove, Dodge Co., Wis. : 5 c. 
1339S. Charles S. Burgess'^ b. Feb. 6, 1871. 
13399. Loan Ilirain Burgess^", b. Feb. 8, 1873. 
1?.400. Clark B. Burgess'", b. Marcli L^6, 1879. 
13-101. Belle W. Burgess "^ b. Nov. 10, 1880. 
13402. Ray E. Burgess^", b. May 1, 18S3. 



890 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13403. Jane E. BuslmelP, b. Aug. 23, 1854 ; m. Oct. 1, 1874, Henry E. Clough ; 

a far?ner ; resilience. Oak Grove, "SVis. ; 1 c. 
13401. Lottie W. Clough^", b. Oct. 1. 18S-3. 
18405. Castelhi I. ikishneir, b. Sept. 10, 18'>0 ; m. Nov. 24, 1870. John Inglis ; 

a carpenter; residence, Iloricon, Dodge Co., Wis. ; 1 c. 
13400. Coldon L. Jnglis'^ b. May 28. ISSO. 
13406a. Maud Amelia BushneH'-', b. 1871 : d. in infancy. 

134U7. JosiAi] Kdson LyoN'\ ]>. July 1, 1S;U ; m. June 19, 1800, 
Arniiiida Cla^ssou of Oalv (rrove ; a ilealer in ])i'Ovisioiis and producu ; 
residence, Beaver Dam ; 2 c. 

13408. Florence Belle Lyon^ b. Sept. 7, 1801. 

13409. Artliur D. Lyon', b. :\lay IS ; d. Sept. 5, 1873. 

13410. Waldo T. Lyons, b. j)ec. 10, 1.S.35 ; m. May 10, 1S59, 
Seniantlia Lockwood of Burnett, Wis. ; a farmer ; residence, Albert 
Lea, Minn. ; 5 c. • 

13411. Frank W. Lyon", b. May 18, 1>;60. 

13412. Fannie L. Lyon^ b. Feb. G, 1864; m. Sept. 10, 1S83, R. S. [Mason; a 
farmer of Alden, Minn. 

13413. Mary Jane Lyon^ b. March 7, 1871. 

13414. Charles D. Lyon^ b. Oct. 14. 1870. 

13415. William E. Lyon'', b. Jan. 17, 1879; d. Jan. 27, 1880. 

13-1:16. .ArARY Jane Lyon^, b. April 22, 1S37 ; m. Sept. 23, 1S57, 
George Dunliam of Burnett, Wis.; a farmer; residence, Janesville, 
Minn. ; 9 c. 

13117. George H. Dunham', b. Aug. 9, 1859. 

13418. Ezra Dunham^ b. P^eb. 10; d. April 10, 1801. 

13419. William Dunliam^, b. Feb. 22, 1802. 

13420. Oliver S. DunhamS b. April 18, 1804. 
13431. Charles H. Dunhani«, b. March 9, 1866. 

13422. Betsy Jane Dunham ^ b. Jan. 21, 1870. 

13423. Frank Dunham'', 1). Aug. 24. 1874 ; d. Feb. 1, 1875. 

13421. Fannie E. Dunliani'^ b. Oct. 6, 1876 ; d. Feb. 26, 1879. 
13425. Nellie May Dunham", b. March 4, 1882. 

1312G. William D. Lyon^, b. .July 10, 1S40 ; d. Dec 19, 18G2 ; 
was killed in the battle of Fredericksburg, Va. 

13427. Lydia Maria Lyon^, b. July 12, 1814; ni. April 21, 
1800, William W. Watson of Iloricon, Wis. ; a druggist ; residence, 
Oskosh, Wis. ; 1 c. 

13428. Clarence Watson", b. July 5; d. I4ec. 29, 1867. 

13429. Clarissa Persis Lyon% b. Feb. 10, 1S4G; m. July 7, 
1875, John W. Simpson ; a farmer ; residence, Coon Kapids, la. ; 1 c. 

13430. Eunice Belle Simpson^, b. Oct. 4, 1882. 

13431. Emma Lyon^ b. Feb. 12 ; d. Feb. 20, 1848. 



JOIIX WIIITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 891 

13-132. Sarah Eliza Lyon^, h. March 12, ISID ; m. May 2, 
1872, Frank L. Smith ; a fanner; resiJeneo, Coou lia])ids, la. ; 2 c. 

13433. :\ girl-', unnaJiied, b. Yvh. 2o ; d. March 18, 1881. 
13433a. Durkee Smith", b. Dt-c. 11, 18S3. 

131-3-1. Lucy Kmma Lyon", b. Nov. (>, 1851; m. Dec. 29, 1876, 
Ohark^s Drake; a cari)eiiler ; residence, J*eaver Datn ; no issue. 

13435. Fanmf: Eltzabktii Lyon^, h. ,laii. 23, 1853; in. l\i\y 
15, 1875, "William ]iicliar(.l.s; a fanner ; residence, Eacine, Wis. ; 1 e. 
1343G. Mabel Ricliards', b. Oct. 14, 1881. 

13-137. John II. Lyon^, h. Aug. 4, 1854 ; unuiarried ; a farmer; 
residence, Beaver Dam. 

13438. Seamox P. Lyon?, b. Aug. 12, 1S56; m. July 5, 1888, 
Jvatc Muehcovie ; it farmer; residence, tolling Ih'airie, Wis. 

13439. Eunice E. LY0N^ b. Sept. 2r), 1859; m. May 20, 1880, 

S. Leslie Eadcliii'e ; he is in the em})loy of a railroad company ; 

residence, Racine; 2 c. 

134-10. AViUiam Rudcliffe^ b. July 18, 1881 ; d. June 27, 1883. 
13440a. Burtie RadclilleS b. Oct. 27, 18S4. 

13441. 8. John-, b. Oct. 19, 1816; m. April 27, 1841, Eliza 
Randall ; a fai-mer ; residence, Maynard, Mass. ; he d. Jan. 5, 1864:; 
she d. Oct. 4, 1872; 4 c. 

13442. Mary Eliza^, b. Feb. 12, 1844; m. Oct. 1, 1874:, George 
F. Brown ; residence, Concord, INFass. ; 1 c. 

1U43. Alice Maiia Bi-o^sni\ b. Oct. 4, 1879. 

13444. Melis.=^a E.^, b. May 23, 1840 ; d. Feb. 23, 18-47. 

13445. Alice M.^, b. Api'il 29, 1848; m. 1. April ]S, 1870, 
Arnold S. Kemp; d. Nov. 2, 1873; m. 2. June 21, 1880, William 
S. Henderson ; ]-esidcnce, Maynard, Mass. ; no issue. 

13446. Charles BH00KS^ b. Aug. 20, 1854; m. Feb. 27, 1870, 

Mary A. Biitterv.orth ; a wool soilcr ; residence, j\[aynard ; 2 c. 

134^17. Mary Alice-\ b. April 11, 1877. 
13448. Charles Aruold-', b. March 2(3, 1878. 

13449. 9. Henry Brooks', b. Nov. 6, 1819; ra. Sept. 19, 1841, 
Abigail Barnard; he resided for a time at Walthain, Mass.; was 
paralyzed for some years, the result of an accident ; his wife failed 
in health, owing to care and anxiety concerning here husband, and 
d. June 18, 188^3 ; he d. Jan. 18, 1884 ; 4 c. 

13450. William Henrys b. March G ; d. July 4, 1846. 



892 THE 1)Escp:xdaxts of 

13451. GeoPvGIAXa'', b. Doyl^ton, :\rass., Aug. 15, IS-iT; m. 
ITopcdalc, Mass., May 18, ISOT, Samuel Metcall', son of Ilirnin and 
Anna (Wliitiioy) Fowler, b. Upton, Mass., April 2G, 1S2T ; residence, 
W. Upton; 4 c, all b. I'ptoTi. 

13452. Abbie Frances Fo^vler^ b. Nov. 20, 1808. 

13ia3. Edwin Fonx'st Fowler', b. April 23, 1870. 

134r,4. John Brown Fowler", b. Se]»t. 20, 1871. 

134o5. Saiiniel :Mercalf Fowlei-, Jr.-', b. S(?pt. 2, 1S73. 

13456. Abbiij Lucixda', b. June 2l>, 1S50 ; ra. Upton, Oct. 22, 

180'^, David, son of Richard and Jane ( ) Gonier, b. Ana*. 

10, 1S44 ; residence, Whitman; c. 
134o7. Evelyn Gonier^ b. Aug. 10, 1SG9. 

13458. Emma Jane Gonier% b. Mny 14, 1871. 

13459. Hannah Walker Gonier^ b. Aug. 14, 1873. 

13460. Sarah Rice Gonier^ b. Oct. 7, 1S76. 

13461. David Gonier, Jr.^ b. Feb. 6, 1S79 ; d. Sept. 25, 1881. 

13462. Chester Octave Gonier^ b. Sept. 1, 1881. 

13403. William IIkxry^ b. Marlborongli, Aug. 14, 1853 ; m. 
Westborongh, Sept. 27, 1870, Lillian M., daugliter of A7illiam and 
Irene (Palmer) Adams, b. abunt I860, Danielsonville, Ct., or Har- 
risville, It. I. ; he works in a box factoiy at Alarlborough, Mass. ; 1 c. 
13464. Lillian Irene', b. AVestborongh, April 17, ISSl. 



13465. 10. Thomas, Jr.', b. July 10, 1827; m. Dec. 4, 1853, 
Adeline Whitcomb of Bolton ; he enlisted in Co. K., 20th Mass. 
Yds., and d. Fair Oaks, Ya., June 10, 1863 ; (his widow has since 
m. a Mr. Povrers and resides at Hudson, Mass. ;) 3 c, all b. Bolton. 

13466. FkaxkI b. April 14, 1855; m. Oct. 10, 1877, Sarah 
Powers of Gardner, Mass. ; is foreman in a shoe factory ; residence, 
Hudson ; 1 c. 

13467. Addie L., b. ^lay 23, 1878. 

13468. Edmuxi) A.\ b. July 25, 1857; m. Sept. 2, 1881, Abbie 
M. Barrell of ]\Iarlborougli ; a carjienter ; residence, Hudson ; no 
issue. 

13469. George Hexry^, b. July 21, 1850 ; nnmarried ; a car- 
penter; residence, Hudson. 



13470. III. Elizabeth", b. 23, 1780; m. April 30, 
1797, Eobert Long-ley, Jr., of Bolton; tliey resided for ti 
time at Bolton, and later, removed to Tennessee; she d. 
Dec. 31, ISlo; 8c., ]i5olton records give 7 c. 



JOIIX WIIITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. S9J 

la-lTOa. 1. TuOMAS WiiiT.MAX Loxgi.ey", I). June 10, 1801. 

13470]). 2. Cyxthja Loxgley', b. Dec. 15, 1802. 

13470c. 3. Cyxthia L()X<;ley"; b. Dec. 11, 1S04. 

13470d. 4. EoBERT Allex Loxgley', b. -Julj 19, 1806. 

13470e. 5. Axx Elizabeth Loxgley', b. An--. 23, 1S08. 

134701. 6. Alfred Loxgley', b. Aug. 28, 1810. 

13470g. 7. Jonx Loxgley", b. Oct. 8, 1812. 



13471. IV. Joiix'', b. Aug. IG, 1782; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Stow ; was rim oyci* in tha street at Waltluiui, ^[ass., 
and d. Oct. 8, 1815; unmarried. 

13472. V. SrsAXXA'\ b. Dec. o, 1784; m. 1800, Na- 
thaniel Sargent of Stow, b. Dec. 27, 1773; d. Feb. 25, 
1844; she d. Oct. 20, 1820; 10 daughters, all of whom 
vrere present at thcl]' mother's funeral. 



13473. 1. SusAXXAH Salgext', b. Aug. 4, 1 801 ; d. Sept. 4, 1824. 

13474. 2. Elizabeth Sargext', b. Oct. 14, 1802; m. Jan. 8, 
182G, StihinaTL ?un of Silas and Marv (Tavlcn-) "\Vctherl)ee of Box- 
borough, b. May 1, 1S02; d. Oct. 14, 1871; she d. Oct. 28, 1S7S, 
aged 76 ; 1 c. 

13475. SrsAx Elizabeth WETHEr{BEE\ b. Feb. 14, 1828; m. 
Oct. 2, ISol, Simeon, ^on of Simeon and iSianey (Eaton) Green, b. 
May 28, 1824 ; a farmer ; re.^i<lence, Harvard, ]\lass. ; 3 c. 

13176. WaiTcn "Wetheibee Greeii'-', b. April 13. ls.33 : m. May 19, 1880, May 
F,, daughter of Rev. Dajiiel F. ami Mar^- E. (.Barnes) Goddarcl, b. Dec. 
3, ISoO ; residence, Harvard ; 3 c. 

13477. Rot Goddard Green'o, b. Jan. 2.j. 1881. 

13^178. Clifton Wctherbee Groen'^ 1). Oct. 7, 18S2. 

13479. Ethel Grecni", b. Dec. 6, 1883. 

13480. Clarence Vrin'tnran Green', 1j. Feb. 17, 1800 ; m. April IG, 1888, Eliza- 
beth Thatcher, daughter of \Villiam Henry and Ann ^\'ent worth 
(Thatcher) Savage of Harvard ; re.sidence, Port Henry. X. Y. 

13481. Lizzie Etta Green^ b. May 12, isHl ; unmarried ; at home. 

13482. 3. CvxTHiA Sahgext', b. May G, 1804; d. Sept. 5, 1824. 

13488. 4. Maky Saegext'. b. An^-. 20, 180,5; ni. Stovr, May 
17, 1820, Silas Whitman AVeilierbee, b. Eel). 10, 1805; a l)rother of 
Stillman above ; residence. Stow ; slie d. In:)xl>oronu]i, Sept. 3(>. 1878, 
af^ed 73 ; lie is still living ; has been ])ara]yzed for a])<)nt a year ; 8 c. 



894 . THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13485. IIanxaii Janet Wetheebee-, h. Jan. 31, 1S31 ; m. 
April 20, 185."), Gcorg-e "Wasliingtoii, sou of xVntliony and Anna 
Nay, b. Albany, X. Y., Dec. 9, 1814: Jiis 2d wife; residence, E. 
Boston, wlicre sbe d. March 17, IStJL (Iloston records); (be m. 3. 
Jan. 8, 1808, Lncinda, daughter of Ezekiel and Jernsha Chase, b. 
Blanchard, Me., about 1831 ; residence, 170 Bi-ooks st, E. Boston :) 
2 c. 

13486. Marsliall Oscar Nay-', b. Dec. 10, lSo7. 

13487. Martha Janet Nay', b. Boston, Jan. 5, isfU ; m. (pub. Jan. 6, 1879) 
Uri A., son of Bethuel and Lydia Stone, b. Berksliire, Vt. ; a farmer ; 
residence, Littleton. 

13488. Solomon Taylok Wetiieubee^, b. Jan. 31, 3833; d. 
Oct. 3, 1835. 

13489. Silas AVhitmax Wetiierbee^ b. ' Jan. 16, 1835 ; d. 
unmarried, Boxborougli, Aug. 18, 1870. 

13490. Mary Taylor Wetiierbee^ b. March 13, 1837; m. 
Littleton, July 31, 1859, Alvan Alonzo Davis, b. Acton, Oct. 29, 
1889; residence, Acton, where she d. Sept. 22, 1869; (he ra. 2. 
Middleboi'ough, N. IL, Aug. 20, 1870, Julia A. Smith;) 6 c. 

13491. Alvin Wallis Davis^ ^ d. Boxborough, Aug. 5, 1860. 

[ b. jMarch 20 ; 

13492. Aden Willis Davis^ ) d. April 4, 1860. 

13493. Mildred Liicilla Davis-, b. Jime 8, 1861 ; d. Nov. 14, 1863. 

13494. Ana Augusta Davis^, b. Boxborough, March 13, 1864. 

13495. Ermina Louise Davis^ b. Aug. 31, 1806 ; d. Acton, Jan. 17, 1875, 

13496. Susie May Davis', b. Acton, March 1, 1809. 

13497. LoL'is.A Al^iira Wetuerbee-, b. Sept. 16, 1839; m. 
Charlestowu, Nov. 15, 1864, James F., son of Thomas and Margaret 
Moore, b. Charlestown, Api'il 22, 1840; his 2d m. ; a painter; resi- 
dence,- Littleton, Mass., where she d. Dec. 23, 1882 ; 4 c, all b. 
Littleton. 

13498. Frank \Vhitman Moore", b. Jan. 3, 1873. 

13499. Frederick Clinton Moore'-', b. Feb. 27, 1874. 

13500. Albert Everett Moore-\ b. April 27, 1877. 

13501. George Henry Moore», b. Nov. 4, 1879. 

13502. Jane Elizabeth Wetiieri^ees, b. Jan. 12, 1842; m. 
April lt>, 1859, Joseph Fletcher, son of Capt. Edmund and Louisa 
(Fletcher) Tuttle, b. Littleton, Xov. 13, 1834; a farmer; residence, 
W. Acton ; 5 c. 

13503. Clarabelle Louise Tuttle^ b. Marlow, N. IL, June 1, 1861 ; unmarried. 

13504. Maiy Lizzie Tuttle'-', b. :\rarlo\v, N. 11. , Nov. 15, 1864. 

13505. Josie Clu-istell Tuttle'', b. Jan. 10; d. :March 15, 1867. 
13500. Josie Ida Tuttle'', b. .June 21, 1869 ; d. Jan. 19, 1883. 
13507. Harrv Fletcher Tuttle-', b. :\Iarch 12, 1879. 



JOnX WTTITMAX OF \VKY,\[OUTIT. 895 

13508. Susanna Portfjj AVethkrhees, b. May 31, 18-14; m. 
Acton, March 25, 1867, Ell)rido-e, son of Elislia and Eleanor (Tower) 
Wheeler of Concord ; residence, Coiicord, Mass., wliere she d. Aii^. 
25, 187-3 ; he d. Dec. 1(», 1878, aged -JH : 2 c. 

13509. Julian Whitman AVlieeler''. b. Nov. \2, 1671 ; d. An<?. 25, 1S73. 

13510. Clarence L. AVheeler^ b. Aug. 20 ; d. Aug. 29, 1873. 

11511. Stillman Emory AVetitkrbee'', b. Boxborongli, IShy 
18, 1850; unmarried; a farmer; residence, AV^. Acton, 



13512. 5. Jane Wiht.nian Sargent', b. Eeb. 9, 1807 ; m. 
jS^ashna, X. H., Oct., 1858, Xatlianiel, son of Jonathan and Eunice 
(Ward) Whittemore, b. Eitchburg, Mass., April 21, 1813 ; a farmer ; 
residence, Pingerville, Aver, Mass. ; no issue. 

13518. 6. Elmyra Sakgent', b. Aug. 1, 1809; d. Kov. 3, 
1827. 

13514. 7. Hannah Wheelock Sargent', b. Eeb. 2, 1811 ; m. 
July 21, 1833, Samuel Heed, son of Andi-ew and Hepzibeth (Reed) 
Lichfield, b. Aug. 6, 1806; a farmer; residence, Luneiiberg, Mass.; 
4 c. 

18515. Hannah Maria Lichfield ^ b. July 12, 1831 ; m. Xov. 
30, 1856, William Porter, son of Amos and Mary (Brooks) Sawyer, 
b. AVestminster, Mass., April 30, 1829 ; a harness- and saddle- 
maker; residence, Keene, X. H. ; 3 c. 

13ol6. Luella ^Maria Sawyer", b. Oct. 11, 1857 ; a teacher ; unmarried. 

13517. Etta Adelaide Sawyer'', b. ilarch 2, 1861 ; a teacher ; unmarried. 

13518. Milton Porter Sawyer', b. Sept. 6, 1873. 

13519. Susan Elizabeth Lichfield^, b. Feb. 26, 1836; m. 
Sept. 4, 1872, Israel, son of Aai'on Graves and Cynthia (Lyman) 
Ly-man, b. Xortliiield, ]\rass., June 1, 1818; a farmer; residence, 
Korthfield, Nvhere he d. Sept. 8, 1S83 ; his widow still resides at 
Korthheld ; 2 c. 

13531. Frank Newman Lynian^, b. Feb. 19, 1S75. 
13522. George Herman Lyman\ b. Aug. 28, 1879. 

13523. George Hiram Lichfield^, b. April 15,1838; m. .Dec. 
25, 1866, Anna W., daughter of Keu])en G. and Elizabeth (Upton) 
Chesmore ; slie d. Aug. 29, 1881 ; i-esidence, Fitchburg ; 2 c. 

13524. Alfred H. Liclifield', b. June 24, 18G9. 

13525. Leon E. Lichfield', b. Feb. 17. 1675. 

13526. Mary Jane LICHFIELl)^ b. July 6, 1810 ; d. Jan. 8, 1868. 



896 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

1P.52T. 8. ]\rARTA SARCrENT^ 1). March 2-i, 1S13 ; m. Sept. 2G, 
1843, Xatliaiiiel, si^i of Jcjiiatliaii and Eunice (Ward) Wliitteinoi-o, 
b. Fitcliburii,-, April 21, 1813; re.-idt;iiec, Groton, ]\I.as.-., where she 
d. Aug. 21, 18^)7; (he ni. 2. Jane AViiitinan Sargent', her sister;) 
8 c, b. Groton. 

13528. David Jonathan "Wiiittemoue^, b. ]May 23, 1844; iin 
married ; at home. 

18529. Clara Makia Wiiittemores, b. Feb. 10, 1849; d. 
Marcli 3, 1870. 

13530. Ella Lavinlv WnnTE^roi^ES, b. Xov. 5, 1850; m. July 
25, 1876, William Sullivan, son of William and Hannah E. (Adams) 
Sheldon, b. Ashby, about 1844; his 2d wife; a farmer; residence, 
Asbiny, Mass. ; 3 c. 

1353L Clara MaySheldon^ b. June 1, ISW. 

13532. Ethel Marion Sheldon^ b. April 2?, 1879. 

13533. Williaiu Ada ins Sheldon^ b. July 8, 1883. 

13534. 9. Vienna Sargent', b. Feb. 22, 1815 ; d. Sept. 26, 1824. 

13535. 10. Angelina Sargent^, b. Nov. 16, 1816; unmarried; 
residence, Harvard. 

13536. Yl. Edwaiu/', b. Dec. 5, 1784; m. April 5, 
1810, Mary, daughter of Thomas and Flannali AYhitmar.sli ; 
a wheelwright; residence, fStow ; she d. Aug. 22, 18o9, 
aged 6d; he d. Oct. 10, 1859, aged 76; by liis will, dated 
Sept., 1859, he left his neice, Elizabeth Butrick*, his entire 
property, excepting a legacy of S200 to his niece, Mrs. 
Elizabeth Todd-; no issue. 

13537. VII. i^lARY-; m. Israel Putnam ; notliing is known 
concerning lier except A\-hat is given in the following letter 
found among the jjapers of her sister Jane", and supplied 
by the kindness of Jonathan Buttrick' : 

''Jan. 1, 1826. 
"Dear Brother and Sister: — It being the first day of 
the year, I take the opportunity to write a few lines afte)' 
waiting upwards of two years in hopes to receive some more 
from you, but liave not had an}^ only by way of Joseph 
Putnam when he returned from Massachusetts. He wrote 
to us and gave us wliat infoimation he could of vou all. 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 897 

I slioiikl have writtou bofoi'e, but my tlionglits have been 
princi})ally taken up about my I'uture welfare. itTy Iiujuii'v 
lias generally 1)eeii, \vliat should I do to be saved ! and I 
]io})e it has been the inquiry of you all. I hope that we 
sliall all meet upon the 'banks of sweet deliverance' to 
join in one perpetual strain of praise to our Redeemer. 
Though 1 am situated in the wilderness, you might suppose 
it was a lonesome situation. We have mo\'ed about ten 
miles from the river on account of our health. Our nearest 
neighbor is about four miles distant, and the woods are 
inhabited by bears, buffalo, wolves, panthers, wild cats and 
various kinds of v/ild beasts, and the largest kind of ven- 
omous snakes. They killed a gi-eat many very long rattle- 
snakes last summer about the liouse. They have killed a 
bear within 100 rods of the house, yet I feel no dread. I 
am perfectly satisfied and contented. We are all in perfect 
health. We have nine chikh-cn, six daughters and three 
sons. Our youngest was born March 7, 1825. We call 
his name Xathan Thomas, Anzaline is up at the mission- 
aries', upwards of lO'J miles from here, at school. . . . My 
dear mother, I desire to see you once more, but it is un- 
certain whether w^e ever meet on this earth again, but I 
hope we shall meet in a better world iiever to be parted 
any more, ^lay the J^ord bless you all abundantly with 
his grace. Trust in the Lord, for lie is good ; all his ways 
are ])leasnntness and all his paths are peace. 

I remain, your affectionate sister and child, 

Mary Putnam. 

Mr. Putnam and the clrildren send their best love to you 
all. Please to write soon, for T want to hear from you 
very much. Direct your letters to Arkansas Territoi'v, 
Crawford County, and they will come directly here." 

13538. YIII. JANE^ b. Dec. 19, 1791; m. Feb. 14, 
1810, Jonathan Buttrick, Jr., of Stow, b. xVug, 4, 1781 ; d. 
April 15, 1825; residence, Lancaster, Mass., where she d. 
June 22, 1872, aged SO: 5 c. 

57 



898 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13500. 1. Jaxe I'uTTRiCK', 1). Xov. 5, ]811 ; ni. Dec. 10, 1834, 
Georuo Gniy; sliu d. witliout i>siie, -Inly '2*.\ isSn. 

13a4(>, ± Jonathan r.uTTmcK', 1>. Aiii;-. 7,1813; in. Xov. 29, 
1888, Cli;ii'lotte llov.ard ; a I'uruicr ; rrsideiiee, Lancaster; -1 c. 

13511. George T. Buttuick', 1>. April 3, 18-1-l> ; in. Xov. IT, 
lS7o, >^elHe M. IJiee ; a fanner; i-esideiice, Lancaster; be Jias 
adopted a son. 

13542. Alien Gordon Buttrick'', b. 1870. 

135-13. Sakah Jane Buttrick^,!). Feb. 17, ISW; unmarried; 
residence. Boston. 

130-1-1. Ann E. Buttrick^', b. Dec. 8, 18-16; d. Xov. 3, 184-7. 

13545. Edward WnrrirAN Buttrick^ b. Jan. 24, 1849 ; ni. 
Dec. 15, 1874, Julia E. Martin; a carpenter; residence, Lancaster; 
no is-ue. 



1354G. 3. John W. IjUttrick', b. Dec. 10, 1815 ; m. June 4, 
1838, Sarali Eleanor ]N'esmitli ; a carpenter and builder; residence, 
Lawrence, Mass. ; be d. Oct. 16, 1886 ; sbe d. Dec. 20, 18S8 ; 6 c. 

13546a. Martha Jane Buttrick^, b. Sept. 23, 1839; m. Xov. 
4, 1858, Elbridge Messer ; 2 c. 

13547. Clarence Messer-', b. .Jan. 23, 18C0 : d. Jan. 24, 18G4. ' 

13548. Edith M. Messer^, b. Nov. 12, 18(34. 

13549. Ellen AVnn\^rAN Buttrick^, b. Xov. 9, 1841 ; d. Dec. 
18, 1865. 

13550. Harriet Amorette Buttrick^, b. Dec. 25, 1845; m. 
Xov. 8, 1865, Cliarlcs Clark; uo issne. 

13551. Clarence Scott Buttrick^, b. Feb. 27 ; d. Sept. 3, 1846. 

13552. WiNFiELD Thomas Buttrick^, b. Feb. 14, 1848; m. 
April 28, 1875, Eliza Jane Beid; she d. Oct. 15, 1883 ; 3 c. 

13553. Willie CampbeU Buttrick'', b. Fob. IG ; d. July 20, 1870. 

13554. Frank Allison Buttrick", b. Sept. 4. 1878. 

13555. Jeany Ncsmith Buttrick^, b. March 18, 1880. 

13556. Mary Elizabeth Buttrick^, b. July 23, 1850. 

13556a. 4. LTannah Elizabeth Buttrick'', b. Jan. 23, 1818; 
residerice, Lancaster. 

13556b. 5. Thomas Porter I'lttrick^, b. Jan. 10, 1822; d. 
July 30, 1842. 



JOHN WniTifAN OF WET-NrOUTH, 899 

13557. IX. Col. Zeciial'iah'', b. xViio-. 20, 1703; in. 
Lyclia Fairbanks, b. Harvard, Marcli 21, 1703; d. AVor- 
cester, May 13, 1S78, a^'cd 85; afai'Dier; residence, Stow, 
where lie d. June 30, 1837 ; 2 c. 



lor)OS. 1. SrsAX Elizaijetii', 1). Oct. 20, 1S18; in. Jan. 1, 1S15. 
Jeliiel, son of Caleb and licpzihali (Miller) Todd, b. Nov. 4, ISiS ; 
his 2d m. ; a wliolesale dealer in ro;isted coltee and spices ; residence, 
Worcester, Mass.; r, e. (by 1st m. : :\favtlia Elizaljctli Todd, b, 
Sept. 5, ISll ; m. Jan. 22, 18G3, Enfns Livernioj-e of Orange, Afass. ; 
served in ritli Mass. Yols. ; no issne). 

13559. Fkaxcis Todiv", b. June 29 ; d. Ang. 7, ls47. 

ISnCO. Jaxe Miller Todd^ b. Oct. 11, 1S19 ; d. :\Iarcli 11, 1850. 

135r;i. Maky Jaxe Mlnlxie Todd^ b. Dec. 19, 1850; m. May 
17, 1877, Josepli A. Long of Xortliliurongli, b. Jiine IS, 1839; he 
was a niendicr of Co. 1\ OOtb }ibass. A^ols. ; residence, Worcester; no 
issue. 

13502. Alice Stl;eet Todd*, b. Jidy 23, 1853; m. March 30, 
1876, Cliarles W. Gilbert of AY. Brookiield, b. Dec. 1, 1835 ; pro- 
prietor of t])e Gilbert .Loom Co. ; residence, Worcester; 2 c. 

13o63. Lcniis Douglas Gill>ert\ b. Sept. 5, 1S78. 
1356i. Alice KiUli Gilbert ', b. April 27, 18S6. 

135G5. Samuel Lawkexce Tod1)\ b Jnne 21, 1855 ; d. July 11, 

1857. 

135GG. Su.siE Whitman Todds, b. Aug. 21, 1858; d. :\L\y 25, 
1859. 



13507. 2. John Thomas", 1). Jan. 27, 1821; m. Jan. 25, 1S57, 
Anna Boyle; residcjice. Stow, where lie d. without issue, duly 21, 
1859 ; (his widow m. 2. Sept. 5, 1800, Frederick Conunt of Stow.) 



13568. Edwakd'^ (520), Zecliariah', John', Zecharialr, 
John\ b. July 20, 1753; n\. 1777, Mary Frewer of Cape 
Breton, N. S. ; he was, for some years, a merchant in 
Boston; 1790, went to llenniker, N. H., and made his 
permanent residence there; liis liomestead in llenniker 
is now occupied by his grandsons ; lie is represented as 



900 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

an energetic business man and ln'o-]ilv respected amon;;'- 
the old merchants of lk)Ston ; lie was a Mason and member 
of the IJising States Lodge of J Boston, from M'hich, in 1801, 
he received a diploma; he is said to have been the owner 
of the first chaise in Ilenniker; the settlement of this 
famil}^ in Hemiiker ha])})ened tlnis : in IG'JO a iiaval expe- 
dition was dispatched against Quebec under the command 
of Sir AVilliam Phipps ; one of the companies, composed 
of men from Stow, jlarlborougli and Westborough, was 
nnder the command of Capt. Andrew Gardnei'; the monev 
received by the soldiers was the paper currency of the 
Colony, which was so depreciated as to be almost wortli- 
less; in view of this fact the heirs of Capt. Gardner's 
company, headed by Jolni Whitman-" of Stow, in 1728 
petitioned the General Court for a grant of laiid in settle- 
ment of their claims; after many dehiA's, in 173G the 
Court granted the petitioners township No. 6, lying in the 
line of towns between tlie Connecticut and Merrimac 
Rivers; the petitioners, some sixty in number, met in 
Concord, Sept., 1737, and allotted the land among them- 
selves ; this tract soon after became the to^^'n of Henniker ; 
it has not been ascertained in what manner Edv^-ard"' 
became possessed of this property, as no deeds are found 
among the records, and no mention is made of this property 
in the will of Jolur'; the pro])erty was probably gi\'en to 
Zechariah\ and he divided it between his sons Edward'', 
DanieP and John''; ZecharialP was already settled at 
Westminster, ^^•hile Thomas'' remained at Stow and received 
the property in that town ; no will of Zechariah' has been 
found to throw any light upon this point; Edward' d. 
Henniker, Aug. 20, 1805; his wife d. Aug. 7, 1807; 3 c. 

I. Edvrard^ II. Ebenezer''; III. Thomas'l 

13509. I. EnwAR]/, b. Boston, Oct. 20, 17-79; m. Feb. 

II, 1810, Polly, daughter of Ephraim and Ruth (Campbell) 
Goss, b. Oct. 29, 1791; d. Feb. 24, 1855; he came to 
Ilenniker with his lathei-, and was for many years a uK^r- 



JOHN WiriTMAN OF WEY^rOUTH. 901 

chant; he received the hoinestcnd from liis fjitlier and the 
last years of liis life occupied himself Avith his farm; in 
1819 was clerk of the Cal\-iiiistic Society of Herniiker; 
was a promiiicnt and highly respected citizen; d. Oct. 25, 
1845 ; 6 c, all unmarried but one. 



13570. 1. Ei>v\"AUD Bkkwer', h. Oct. oO, ISll ; received the 
Whitman homestead from hi? father, wliore he now resides; a 
valual»le citizen. 

13571. 2. ErniiALM AVellixotox', h. Ang. 0, ISIG; residence, 
Henniker. 

13572. 3. Thomas Williams', h- ^l^arch 11, ISIO; d. April 8, 
1860. 

13573. 4. Mary Catilvkixe Brewer', 1». Sept. 6, 1S22. 

13574. 5. Cyeus Wooster", b. ^s^ov. 9, 1826; m. Jan. 9, 1S63, 
Catharine ]*vlaria, daughter of J^nthcr and Ann (Wyniaii) Hawthorne, 
b. Ma}' 10, 1829; residence, Henniker; no issne. 

13575. 6. IIexry AViXTEPJ, 1). June 25,1631; residence, Hen- 
niker. 

13576. II. Ebeneze]^', b. Boston, Jan., 1787; m. Nov. 
lo, 1809, Sarah, dan^-hter of Elijah and Margaret (Patter- 
son) Rice, h. June 26, 1780; d. May 26, 1852; came to 
Henniker with his father, and d. there, Jan. 9, 1832 ; no 
issne. 

13577. III. Thomas'', b. Jnly 2, 1789 ; m. (pnb. Nov. 2, 
1813) Sophia Williams of Ilopkinton ; a merchant; lived 
for a time in llermik-e]', then returned to Boston ; he d. Ilop- 
kinton, Sept. 1, 1824 ; (she m. 1830, John C. Tebbets ;) 2 c. 



13578. I. WiLLis'. 

18579. 2. Frances Adeline', b. ; nL 1. 1831, Henry II' 

Willard; a dry-goods merchant, doing business at 287 Wasliington 
St., }3o3ton; he d. Aug. 25, 1835, aged 28; m. 2. May 24, 1838, 
George W. Goodrich ; a gi'anite dealer at foot of I'inckney st., 
Boston ; Boston records sliow 1 c. 

13580. TTexey it. WILLARU^ b. Oct., 1833 ;'d. Xov. 3, 1836. 



902 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

ir.oSl. MAKGARirr (521), Zecliariah', 3o\m\ Zecharialr, 
Jolm\ b. Stow, Jan. 14, 1755; m. Feb. 20, 1773, Capt. 
Timothy, son of Capt. Timotliy and Persis (Rice) Gibson, 
b. Stow"^, Dec. 17, 1738; (1. Browniiekl, Me., Jan. 16, 1814; 
after their nian-iage they setth-d at Ilenniker, X. II., and, 
1798, removed to ]>ro\vniield, Me., wliere slie d. June 
23, 1838, a,g-ed 83; a grandson writes: "I remember 
Grandmotlier Whitman, and was impressed by her quiet, 
genial temperament and her impassive equanimity ; all of 
her children partook much of her spii-it, were gifted witli 
good sense but no brilliance of intellect, disposed to be 
retiring and reticent, were upright and temperate ; I never 
knew or heard of any dissipation among them ; it was a 
hard bea-inninp- for them in the shades of the thick forest, 
but as pioneei-s they achieved much ; of her sons Abel was 
the most energetic, assuming the mortgage on the home- 
stead ; soon after his father's demise he became its pos- 
sessor — a tract of 2,500 acres richly timbered ; lie was a 
town, count}- and State man; his children looked farther 
than Brownheld in consequence of • a mother's teaching;" 
Capt. Timotliv Gibson came with his father and was among 
the early settlo's at Ilenniker ; he at once became promi- 
nent in the town and soon had a State-wide reputation; 
durino^ his residence in New Hann^shire he was continually 
in oflice; was a delegate and leading spirit in the Provin- 
cial Congress ^vhich met at Exeter, jMay 17, 1775; his 
hand \vas in every State movement in the Revolution, and 
he was tireless in his efforts to raise men and subsistence ; 
w^as selectman of Henniker from 1776-78, representative 
[yi 1794 — 1796-97 ; was the first justice of the peace com- 
missioned in open town-meeting, 1776 ; vv^as also, lor a 
time, town clerk ; after the destruction of the log meeting- 
house, church services were, for a time, held in his house ; 
he was possessed of a sound judgment and an excellent 
executive abilitv, and was one of the ablest citizens of the 
State;" a o-randson writes: "I cannot but regard the 



JOHX WITIT^TAX OF V\'EYM0UT1I. 903 

advent of Timothy Gibson, Avitli liis flock of ljra"\vny boys 
and tlieir worthy sisters, as good foi'tune to Bro'wnliehl ;" 
12 c. I. Patty''; II. Jonatlian'" ; III. Daniel"; IV. Timo- 
thy"; V. Zechariah"; XL IlenryG."; VII. Polly"; VIll. 
Robert"; IX. Abel"; X. I\raro-a)-et A\'hitman"; XI. Jane"; 
XII. Samuel". 

135S2. I. Patty Gibson", b. Sept. 27, 1775; d. July 20, 
1784. 

13583. II. JoNATnAX Gtbsox", b. May 13, 1777; lost at 
sea, April, 1807. 

13584. III. Daniel Gibson", b. xVpril 13, 1779; d. Oct. 
18, 182(). 

13585. IV. Timothy Gibson", b. Sej^t. 3, 1781; m. 
BroAvnfield, June 15, 1804, Lois, daughter of Samuel and 
Hepzibah (Williams) Mansfield, b. Ilenniker, Aug. 5, 1787 ; 
d. May 2, 1864 ; a farmer; also held oflice of justice of the 
peace; residence, Bro^vnfield; he d. Aug. 29, 1863, aged 
81 ; 5 c. 

135SG. 1. IlErziBAH "Gibson-, h. Sept. 7, 1805; a teacher; d. 
Oct., 182*). 

13587. 2. Zechap;iah Gibson', b. May IS, 1809 ; in. Xov. 5, 
1835, Marj ^Morton of AVinthrop ; a fanner; residence, Brownfield ; 
he d. without issue, Sept. 27, 1SGl\ 

13588. 3. Timothy Gibson', b. Sept. IS, ISll ; m. 1. May 24, 
1833, Martha JMiller, b. April 20, ISIO ; d. July 10, 1S4C ; m. 2. 
Xov. 29, 1817, Mary P. Freeman, b. ; d. Saccarappa, Me., 
April 22, 1857; he d. Xebraska, Dee. S, 1SS4; 5 c. 

13589. Melissa A. Gibson^, b. March 24, 1835; d. May 5, 

ISIS. 

13590. S. ivlAKiA Gibson^, b. Sept. 13, 1839 ; m. 1. Oct. 1-4, 
1863, George W. Oanip])ell of Bowdoin, b. Jan. 1, 1837; d. Feb. 
26, ISGS; m. 2. Jan. 26, 1S76, George W. AVakeiield, b. June 11, 
1S15 ; residence, IJro^\•nfield ; 2 c. 

13591. :\Iattie E. CampbelP, b. June 28, 1865 ; in. Oct. 8, 1885, Fruuk IT. John- 
son of Brownlield. 

13592. Howard G. WakeOeld'', b. June 2G, 1878. 



901 THE PPZSCENDANTS OF 

13503. OcTAViA Gibson', b. Marcli 27. 1810; m. July 27, 1877, 
John Bryant, b. July 23, 1S81 : rosidouee, Cliarliam, X. II. ; 1 c. 
13594. Carrie ^lay Bryant'\ b. Sept. 13, ]^^78. 

13595. IIexry P. GIBSON^ b. ^aecarappa, Oct. 20, 1S51 ; m. 
; rc.-idcnco, liisiug City, Xeb. ; 3 c. 

13598. Gibson'. . ■ 

loj'dT. Gibson^. 

IS.IOS. Gibson-'. 

13599. Gkouge K. Gib^on^, b. April S, 1851; uuniarried ; resi- 
dence, Rising City. 



13600. 4. Tobias Gibson', b. July 23, 1813 ; m. 1. Aug. 25. 
1839, Sarah Evans, b. June 15, 1821 ; d. Sept. 18, 1840 ; ni. 2. Dec. 
2, 185], Sylvia B., dangluer of Principle and Dvusilla Hinds; he 
resides witli his son, Jolni II., at Omaha; slie resides Bridgeton, 
j\Ie. ; 1 c. 

13001. IIakkiet II. Gibson^ b. ^larch 18, 18-11 ; d. July 1, 1885. 

13002. Emma Gibson^ b. A])ril 11, 1813; d. Eeb. 18, 1815. 

13003. John IE Gibson'", b. Jan. 20, 1810 ; m. Oct. 12, 1807, 
Ilattie C. AVebb ; an insurance and real estate broker; residence. 
1232 So. 32d St., Onialia ; 5 e. 

13604. Sadie P. Gibson^ b. March 81, 1809. • 

13005. Frank H. Gibson', b. July 8, 1873. 

13606. Clara M. Gibson ', i 

13607. Albert T. Gibson", [ ^- ^''^y ^' '^^~^- 

13G0S. Edna Gibson-', b. Sept. 10, ISSi) d. March 5, 1S85. 

13009. Abthuii \Y. Gibson'', b. Api'il 23, 1850; a commercial 
traveler. 



13010. 5 Eois M. Gibson-, b. Oct. IS, 1810; m. ^^qv. 2, 1835, 
i\Ioses A., son of Joseph and lvcl)ecca (Gleason) HoAvard, b. ]\iarcli 
9, 1798; d. March 20, 1879 ; residence, Brownlield; no issue. 



13611. V. Eev. Zecitamah Ctibson^ b. Sept. 3, 1781; 
m. 1. June J, ISll, Theodate Bennett, b. June 27, 1783; 
d. Aug. 17, 18-25; m. 2. Feb. 24, 1828, Susnn Ilowai'd, h. 
July IG, 17!:)3; d. A])ril 10, 1831; m. 3. Dec. 25, 1832, 
Sally ]x-)ynton, b. :\[ai-ch 15, 1801; d. jLarch 7, 1872; lie 
early joined the I\Ietl}odIst Episco])al Church and com- 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 005 

iiienced preacliinp- in 1805; was coiiference secretarv, 
1811-12, and was soon after located on account of failing- 
health; ho d. Brownfield, ])ec. G, 1839; 8 c. 



13612. 1. Mai;y Sampsox Cibsox', b. Juao 12, 1812; m. Oct. 
4, 1831, Josiah L;ikem:in. i^on of Jolni and ]\r;iry (Lnkeinan) Elder, 
b. Gorliam, ]Mc., A]>ril 10, L^lO; d. Fed). 8, ISIS; slie resides 21 
Florence st., E. S- auerville, ^.la-s. ; 3 c., all b. Browniicld. 

13013. ^ViLTJAM Bangs ELnER\ b. March 17, 1S32; m. ^Jay 
15, 1859, Sarah Merrill Kiinl)all ; re^idcnce, W. Eoxbnry ; 1 c. 

13614. Oren Gibson Elder', b. Jan. 13. 186'J ; mimarried ; a civil engineer; 
residence, W. Roxbury. 

13615. Jonx GiBsox Eldkb^ b. :s\-)v. C>. FS35 ; m. Xot. 17, 
1856, Abbie Ann Tucker uf Wakelield ; he d. Lynn, j^ec. 25, 1SS2; 
2 c, unmarried ; residence, E. Sonicrville. 

1361G. Mary Elizabeth Eidel■^ b. Sept. Vk lSo7. 

13617. Frank Bennett Elder'', b. IMareli 0. 1860 ; a sugar polarizer. 

13618. JosiAii Lakemax Eldkrs, b. May 11, 1839; m. Il^ov. 6, 
1880, Caroline H. Emerson of Lebanon, N. II., where they reside ; 
1 c. 
13619. Mary Emerson Elder'', b. April '?0, 1SS3. 



13620. 2. Selt-ex Gibsox', 1;. July 17, 1814; m. Mary W. 
Foote, b. Bostun, April 16, 1615 ; d. Oct. 16, 1881 ; a sea captain; 
he d. of cholera. Savannah, Ga., Xov. 19, 1852 ; 3 c, all reside J^id- 
deford, isle. 

13620a. Selden F. Gibsox^, b. zVpril 21, 1846; m. May 20, 
1872, Lucy C. Corliss ; no issue. 

13620b. SusAX J. GiB50X\ b. Oct. 23, 1850; m. March 1, 1868, 
Joseph A. Elliot ; a carpenter ; 2 c. 

130-3OC. Susan Gibson Elliot-', b. :.lareli 19, 1S69. 
136e0d. Joseph William Elliott b. Jnly 31, 187-3. 

13620c. ^[ary B. G]BS0X^ b. Xoy. 27, 1851 ; ni. Sept. 10, 1882, 
William D. Boston ; 2 c. 

136:0f. William Gil)son Bostojr'. 1). June 9 ; d. July 16, 1884. 
136-20g. George Forest Bostun\ b. April 13, 1SS6. 



1362L 3. Up.axia Gibsox*, b. Jan. 29, 1816; m. Dec. 2, 1846, 
Andrew Tyler, b. March 21, 1808 ; d. April 29, lb65 ; she d. ^^■ith■ 
out issue, July 25, 1861, 



906 THE ])Escp:xi)ANTS of 

13G22. -1. LuTiiEK Sampson Gibson', b. Aug. 4,1817; gradu- 
ated at Xassau Ilali and rrincetou TJieological Seminary ; Avas a 
Presbyterian clergyman; d. nuniarried, Pliiladelpliia, May 17, 1S53. 

13623. 5. IIeeex Titeodate Gihsox', b. Wintlirup, ]\Lc., Xov. 
26, 1810; m. Brownlickl, June 8, 1311, Ilarrisiui Gray Otis, son of 
Mordecai and Priscilla (Peimett) Alorton, 1). Wintlirop, ]\Ie., Oct. 

22, 1810; residence. Falls CliurcL, Va. ; 5 c, all but youngest b. 
Wintliro]). 

13621:. Sidney Gibson ^foKTON^, b. April 10, 18.1:2 ; m. Oct. 
10, 1888, P:iiza A. AVelch; served in Co. B, 17tli Me. Yols., and 
was wounded at Gettysburg ; is a partner, with bis two brothers, in 
a wood-working establishment ; residence, Columbia, Ya. 

13625. Harry Gray Morton-, b. April 10, 1812; m. May 16, 
1878, Anna ]\Inlertz ; she d. Aug. 8, 18S3; he served in 1st ]\Ie. 
Heavy Artillery ; no issue. 

13626. William Bennett Morton\ b. May 22, 1814 ; m. Sept. 

23, 1885, Xellie J. Farmer; educated at Fryeburg Academy; 
served in Co. B, 17th Me. Yols. ; residence, Columbia ; no issue. 

13627. Mary Tyler Morton^, b. Dec. 2, 1847; m. Feb. 28, 
1866, Samuel C. Holden; residence, Billcrica; 3 c. 

136-38. Edwin Fowlei Holdeir', b. Dec. 4, 1807. 
13C)'29. " Herbert Henry Hoklen'', b. April •:?0, 1875. 
136-:?9a. Charles Gibson Holden', b. IMay 8, 18S8. 

13630. Frederick Oiien MortoN'^, b. Fryeburg, Jan. 27, 1857 ; 
graduated at University of JS^ebraska ; a teacber ; jjrincijial of school 
at Falls Church, Ya. ; also interested, v.-ith his brothers, in a wood- 
working establishment at Gordonsville, Ya. ; unmarried. 



13631. 6. Orex Bennett Gtbsox", b. April 3, 1823; m. July 
3, 1849, Abby Buttcrheld, daughter of John and Mary (Mace) 
Young, b. Dec. 24, lb34 ; residence, No. Point, Butte Co., Cal. ; 
7 c. ^ 

13632. Maria Emelixe Gibsox^ b. Oct. 14, 1853 ; at home. 

13633. Orex Youxg Gibsox^, b. Sept. 24; d. Oct. 2, 1855. 
18634. Oren Everett Gibson^, b. Dec. 5, 1857. 

13635. Herbert Lyle Gibsons, i^. Xov. 15, 1859 ; a clerk with 
So. Pacilic Tiailroad Co. ; residence, San Francisco. 

13636. Fred. Beed Gibson^ b. Sept. 13, 1863 ; at home. 



JOHN WHITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 907 

13637. Edwapj) LiNCOi.N Ginsox8,b. xVprll 14, 1S<^5; in. Auo;. 
9, 1887, Alice Amelia, datiij,liter of W. 11. and ]S[. J. Chamberlain ; 
rebidence, San Francisco. 

13638. A.TiiERTOX ]*HUCE Gibson^, b. May 4, ISGT; a civil en- 
gineer ; residence, San Francisco. 



13630. 7. Eliza Axx Giesox-, b. March 20, 1S29 ; d. June 28, 
1835. 

13640. 8. Eliza Axx Gibsox'. b. March 16, 1837 : m. June 18, 
1863, "William IE, son of Samuel and A'ircne (Rice) Stickney, b. 
June 18, 1836 ; residence, E. Brownfield ; 5 c. 

13641. Charles Osgood Stickxey', b. March 3, 1868. 

13642. AVniTMAX Stickxey^ b. Dec. 9, 1869. 

13643. Isabel Hale Stickxey\ b. Jan. 21, 1874. 

13644. Samuel StickxeyI b. Jan. 13, 1876. 

13645. GiBSOX Stickxey^ b. Jmie 12, 1877; d. Dec. 18, 1579. 



13646. YI. Hexry G. Gibsox'\ b. Aug. 24, 1783; d. 
May 1, 1788. 

13647. Yll. Polly Gibsox'', b. Aug. 21, 1785 ; in. 1801, 
Dudley, son of Curtis and Aftie (Aterrill) Bean, b. Nov. 12, 
1772; d. Nov. 11, 1834; residence, Brownfield, where slie 
d. July 16, 1877, aged 92; 13 c. 

■ 13648. 1. Alpheus Beax-, b. April 22, 1804; m. March 4, 
1833, Alice, dangliter of Silas and Betsey (Meserye) Meserye, b. 
July 1, 1808 ; d. California, 1878 ; she I'csides with her son ; ad- 
dress, 34 Beacon St., Ciielsea, Mass. ; 2 c. 

13649. Kap.pjet M. Beaxs, b. May 10, 1834; d. Xoy. 2, 1872. 

13650. I^AXiEL G. Beaxs, b. May 20, 1840; residence, Chelsea. 



1365E 2. EoRAXiA Beax'. b. July 11, 1806; m. Dec, 1829, 
Clark, son of Obadiah and Phodje (Kegar) Clements, b. Sejjt., 
1807; residence, Dorsey, i^eb. ; 8 c. 

13652. Mary E. CLEME^Ts^ b. Feb. 3, 1831 ; d. Aug. 6, 1842. 

13653. Washixgtox Clemexts^ b. Jnly 29, 1833; d. July 18, 
1863. 



90S THE DESCENDANTS OF 

13654. Joseph L. Clements^ b. Aug. 2, 1S36. 

13055. Emily Clements'^, li. June 22, 1S33 ; m. 1803, Bonjauiin 
P., son of J;inic3 uud Sus;in (Ilill) IloiiiiUon, 1». Dec. 5, 1S22 ; d. 
July 24, 1836; residence, Wak'fhorough, Me.; 7 c. 

iSfi.lB. Elizabeth R. ITainilldu-', b. Dec. 27, 18G3. 

13657. Iinoj;cne Tl. Hamiltou'\ b. Dec. 17, ist!(3. 

1SG.")S. ]i:vaii Guy Hauiiltoir', 1). Dec. IS, ISGS ; d. March 19, ISSO. 

13659. Frances M. Hurnilton-', b. Jan. S^, 1S70. 

ISOf.O. Benjamin P. Hamilton', b. July 9. 1875. 

l3t;C>l. Effie Eorania Hamilton-', b. Feb. 9, 1S77. 

13GG2. Oliver James Hamilton', b. Aug. 18, 18S0. 

13603. Eliza A. Clements', b. Jnly 0, 1840; m. Jan. 1, 1803, 

Jolm Enieison ; she d. Oct. 10, 1880; S e. 

13G64. Mabel Emerson', b. Sept. 18. 1SG3. 

13GG5. Jeannette Emerson'', b. June 5, 1S65 ; m. Oct. G, 1885, David H. Braz- 

zill ; residence, Wa-.hiii;":ton Teiriloi-y ; 1 c. 
1360G. John "W. Bviizzill'", b. Sept. G, IssG. 
186G7. Frances A. Eiaerson-\ b. Sept. 1, 1807 ; d. April 15, 1877. 
13068. Annie E. Euierson'\ b. July 5, 18G9 ; m. March 3, 18S6, Samuel W. 

Derickson ; residence, Dorsey. 
136G9. Sarah Emerson\ b. April 19, 1871. 
13670. Jolm L. C. Emerson-', b. Jan. 1, 1873. 
13G71. Ernest A. Emerson \ b. Aug. 5, 1875. 
1367.2. Ralph SV. Emeison-', b. April 5, 1880. 

]36To. John X. Clements^ b. Sept 4, 1843; d. Oct., 1844. 

13074. Eeances J. ClementS'% b. Sept. S, 1346; d. Feb. 11, 
1808. 

13075. Maky E. Clements^, b. May 15, 1840; m. June 13, 
ISSl, Jolm Emerson, her brother-in-law; residence, Dorsey; S c. 

13676. Rufus n. Emerson-', b. Sopt. 22, 1883 : d. May 1, 1884. 

13677. Ray Emerson-', b. Oct. 5, 1885. 
13677a. Rosii Emerson-', b. Marcli 6, 1888. 

13078. 3. Chaeles W. Eean', b Vch. 15, 1808; m. Sarah S., 
daughter of SiuiOTi and Sarnli (Spciicer) Jolnison., b. Oct. 27, 1845 ; 
d. April 23, 1865; he d. California, Oct., 1875; 2 c, both d. in 
California. 

13079. Charles C. Bean^ b. ; d. 

13080. John W. P,eaN'\ b. ; d. 

13081. 4. SoPHRONiA J3EAN', b. Feb. 13, 1810; d. 1814. 

13082. 5. Jonathan G. Fean', b. :May 22, 1812 ; m. 1. April 
15, 1833, I^aehel George; nj. 2. 1850, Eunice V/ood ; residence, 
Brownfield ; 7 c. 



JOIJX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTII. 909 

136S3. Yalextixe S. IJeown', b. ; d. Is89. 

13G34. John WiirniAN Ueax^ b. ; d. Ib-il. 

lo6S5. Maktha G. J5ean', I). ; d. 1S43, 

13680. Hosea T;eax^, b. ISOO. 

13687. Ella Bean', b. 18G1 ; in. Smith; 1 c. 

1368S. Ella B. M. Smith'^ 

13G89. IsA Bean--', b. lst;3 ; m. B. B. Xason ; residence, Sacca- 
rappa ; 2 c., lunnes unknown. 

13689a. Claka Beax», b. 1800; m. Cbas. B. Keniston ; 2 c, 
names unknown. 



13690. 6. 'Mauy a. Bean", b. .Alay 2, 1811 ; m. Timothy Smirli ; 
residence, Denmark ; 3 c. 

13691. Elizabeth Smith s, b. ; d. 

13G92. Eeubex Smith-, b. ; d. . ' 

13693. William S^i;ith8, b. ; d. . 

13691. T. SOPHKONIA Beax', ]). July 21, ISJG; m. June 29, 
1836, Ezra, son of Silas and I'etsoy (Mescrve) .Meserve, b. Mai'ch 
1, 1799 ; d. June 7. 18G9 ; she resides Browntie]<l ; 3 c. 

13695. Davenport D. ^ylESEKVE', b. Oct. 29, 1837; ra. Jnly 3, 

1861-,- Ehza Ann, daughter of Josiali and Sarali Bryant (Wentworth) 

Quimby ; a carpenter; residence. Browntield ; 2 c. 

13686. Franklin D. MeserveMi. Aug. 7, 18G9. 
13697. Frederick L. Mc3erve-\ b. May 7, 1><7S. 

13698. Fraxklix Meserve^, b. Dec. 10, 1810 ; d. June 15, 1862. 

13699. Charles Henry Mesfrye^, b. June 16, 1813; m. July 
8, 1885, Mrs. Katie Y. Barney, widow of George \V. Barney of 
Boston, and daugliter of Michael and Mary A. (McCormick) AVard, 
b. May 31, 1815; a carriage ])ainter; residence Browntield; (she 
lias 1 c. : Adelaide Isal)elle Barney, b. Boston, Oct., 1880 ;) no issue. 

13700. 8. Dudley Beax\ b. July 23, 1818; m. May 17, 1816, 
Priscilla, daughter of Bangs and Betsey (l^ai'ker) Doane of !Nev.-- 
burg. Me.; a farmer; i-esidence, Bangor; 5 c. 

13701. Maria Ellen Beax^, b. March 9; d, Dec. 25, 18-17. 

13702. Joseph Dudley Beax', b. May 7, 1850; ni. Sept, 3, 
1878, Addie I. Molesworth ; she d. ]\rarcli 9, 1880 ; a commercial 
traveler; residence, Bangor, where he d. Sept. IS, 1S81 ; 1 c, 
13703. Edith Eena Beau% b. July 28, 1879. 



910 TITK DESCENDANTS OF 

13704. F]^\NK Vk HNON ]{ean% 1). JuiK' :^s, ] 852 ; d. Dec. S, 1877. 

13705. Fj'.kd. AVai.ti:]; ]5kan«, b. Ynwdi 28, 1S51 ; m. May 21». 
1875, Alice M. C^uimhy; iv>iflciice, Baii^-or; 1 c. 

13T0G. Bospio Joseiiliiii.' Boair', 1). Dec. 25, 187:.. 

13707. EvNA ]\rA};iA Bean^, b. Feb. IS, 1850 ; d. An-.^- 22, 1SC4. 



1370S. 0. Margaret G. Beax\ b. Ann-. 21, 1820; m. :\rarc]i 1, 
1815, Ilirnni, son of Str])]K-u and Hainiah (A^iiig) Bragg, b. Juno 
28, 1821; residence, llannxleii Corners; 4 c. 

13709. Emma Makia I^hagg', b. Maicdi 21, 1817; m. Aug. 20, 
1870, Lemuel Cooke; residence, Boston; 1 c. 
13710. Ora Margaret Cooke'', b. ^larch 1, 1S78. 

13711. Oka Margaeet Bragg^, b. Feb. 9, 1853; d. Aug. 29. 
1863. 

13712. Hiram Bragg, JR.^ b. Aug. 1, 1855; unmarried; at 
home. 

13713. Andrew Jackson Bragg s, b. MarcJi 29,1857; unmar- 
ried ; at home. 



13711. 10. Daniel G. Bean',!). Get. 11, 1822; d. mnnarried, 
Aug. -29, 1875. 

13715. 11. Andrew J. Bean", b. Yay 14, 1825; d. California, 
1842. 

13716. 12. Sarah J. Bean', b. May 9, 1827; m. April 9, 1850, 
Edward D., son of Edward D. and Aphise (Philbrick) Boynton, b. 
March 16, 1828 ; d. Xov. 4, 1886 ; she resides Cornish ; 4 c. 

13717. Ada BuYNTON^ b. July 6, 1851; m. Xov. 6, 1871, 
George 11. Alilliken, b. Fell. 1, 1843 ; residence, Cornish ; 5 c. 

13718. Grace Adelle 3Iillikoir', b. May 29. 1874. 

13719. Ralph Barton Millikeu'', b. :\raVch 30. 1S7G. 

13720. Percy Jnson Millikeu', b. Aug. 20, 1877. 

13721. Margie Golda :\niliken'', b. Jan. 31, 1879. 

13722. Louise Fannie :Millike)i'', b. Feb. 24, 1883. 

13723. Edward Deering 15oYNTON^ b. Feb, 26, 1857; ra. 
April 17, 1878, ^Fary A. Doe, b. Sept. 4, 1857; a clothing manu- 
facturer; residence, Cornish ; 3 c. 

13724. Floward :\Iilton Boytou'', b. May 1, 1880. 
1372.J. Fred. Carlton Boynton', b. Dec. 4, 1882. 
1372(5. Roy Edward Boynton\ b. Jan. 23, 1885. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 9j 1 

■ 13727. 1'axnie Boynton''', b. June 11, 1SG3; iiniiian-ied. 
13728. Hahry AuTHUJi I.'oynton'^, b. May 8, 1SG7. 

18720. 13. Fkan.'es E. Bean', b. .:\ray 1, 1S20; in. Aug. 6, 
1853, Elias, sou of Abial and Frc'clove (Uasbrook) Jones, 1). Dec. 
17, 1820; a farmer; rcsiclence, Brewer; 5 c. 

13730. XoiniAN Jones'^, b. March 28, 1855; d. unmarried, 
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 3, 188G. 

13731. Whitman Gibson Jone?^ b. Xov. 11, 185(); m. May 
10, 1883, Eose C, dauirhterof Eudolph and xVbigail (Heurj-) Zahner. 
b. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 20, 1863; July 17, 1880, he moved to 
Montana; present residence, Great Falls; 2 c, 

1373:3. Charles Wliitnian Joned'', b. Ft. Beuton, June 12, 18S4. 
13733. Edwin Rudolph Jones'', b. Great Falls, April 15, 188G. 

13731. EvNA Maeia Jones^, b. ,Jnly 21, 1805. 

13735. Henry Jon;:s^% b. July U, 1S68, 

1373G. Charles AVinfield Joness, b. March 1, 1872. 



13737. Yin. Robert Gibson'', h. Aug. 22, 1787; m. 
Sarah Kast ]\IoliDeux of Hopkinton : she d. Dec. 15, 1857, 
aged 67; he d. Frvebnrg, March 12, 18GG; 5 c. 



13737a. 1. S.MiAH ^1'. Gibson^ b. ISU ; d. Oct. IG, 1837. 

13737b. 2. IloBEHT M. Gibson", b. FS17; d. Oct. 20, 1833. 

13737c. 3. Maeia E. Gibson^, b. 1819; d. Ang. 7, 1831:. 

13737d. 1. James M. Gibson^ b. 1821 ; m. Oct. 18, 1854, Martha 
E. Eastman, b. May 15, 1827 ; d. Xov. 1-, 1878 ; a farmer ; residence, 
Chico, Cal. ; 7 c. 

13737e. James L. Gibson^, b. Dec. 2, 1855; ni. Jan. 2, 1877, 
Addic "W., danghter of Jose])h and IsUwy (Chase) Doav, 1). AVheelock, 
Vt., June 30, 1854 ; a merchant ; residence, Ko. Conwav, X. II. ; 
2 c. 

13737f. Fannie Louise Gibson^ b. Aug. 3, 1878. 
18737g. IJarvey Dow Gibson", b. March 13, 1883. 

13737h. Geokge Kast Gibson s. b. Aug, 11, 1858; m. Sept. 21, 
1885, Queen Broyles ; a farmer; residence, Chico; 1 c. 
137371. James Franklin CUbson^ b, July 15, 1S8G. 



912 TEE DESCPLNDAXTS OF 

137;.'! 7j. CiiAVii.Ks Ei)r;AR Gibson^ b. Sept. 3, 1S50 ; a clerk in 
Boston. 

13T37k. KoT.KuT Gii;.<ox8, b. Sept. 30, 18(50; d. Dec. 34, ISGl. 
137371. Dan-ikl Eastman GinsoN^, b. Aug. 13, 1S02 ; a clerk ; 
residence, ]\relruse. 

13737m. IIklen Makia GII>so^-^ 1). Xov. 24. 1864. 
13737n, Anna Moltneux Ginsox^ b. Dec. 1, 1807. 



13737o. 5. GeokctK L. Gijjson'', b. Sept. 9, 1823 ; ni. Amq;. 18, 
1855, Tleniietta Molinenx, b. Feb. 1, 1834; a merchant; residence, 
Boston, where he d. April 25, 1885 ; she resides Bostoii ; 1 c. 

13737p. ]\DuiY Ada Ginsox^, b. Ajn'il 19, 1857. 



13738. IX. Ai5EL GiRSON'', b. Marcli 23, 1700; m. Feb., 
1818, Ann, daiig-hter of Hon. Joseph Howard of Brown- 
iield, b. ; d. ; residence, Brownfield, wliere lie 

d. Jiilv 25, 1852 ; 7 c. 



13739. 1. Col. Augustus Abel Giuson', b. March 31, 1819; m. 
March 22, 1>^48, Sarah, danghter of lion. Setli and Sarah (Bridge) 
Ivnowles, b. Boston. .M;irch 12, 1815 ; d. Xov. 5, 1885 ; graduated at 
Military Academv. AVest Foint, July, 1839, and commissioned 2d 
Lieutenant 2d Ai-tillery ; served throngh the Mexican war, in which 
he v.as permanently injured; served in two campaigns against the 
Seminoles in Florida ; was in Coast Sur^'ey Department at AVasli- 
ington six years ; in 1803 pi-omoted to be ]\Iajor 3d Artillery ; com- 
manded a brigade in the defence of AVashington, 1802-4; in 1809 
pi'omoted Fieutenant-Colonel 3d xVrtillery, and in 1870 retired on 
his ow]i application ; residence, Fryebnrg ; 4 c. 

13740. Ho^^A}^D AuGusiut^ Gibsox^ b. Jan. 3, 1849 ; d. Oct. 1, 

1870. 

13741. Cauolixe Kxowles Gibsox-, 1). June 20, 1851 ; m. Jan. 
3, 1883, Benjamin Tnpper Xewman of Bath; 3 c. 

13742. HoAvard Augustus Newlnau^ b. ; d. Oct. 23, 18S3. 

13743. Max Newiuan'', b. April 21, iSSo. 
13:43a. Paul Joues Ncwmarr', b. Jan. 3, 18S6. 

13744. Chakles Swasey Gibson^, b. March 0, 1854; m. xipril 
29, 1880, Fannie AV. Luke ; residence, Ft. Benton, ]\[on. 

13744. Robert Luke C5ibson^ b. March 17, 1687. 



JOHN WKITMAX OF WEYMOUTJI. 913 

13745. Benjamin IIoxKr Gieson", b. Xov. 25, 1JS59 ; d. July 22, 
IS 72. 



137-iG. 2. Ann Augusta Giusi.n', 1). March 2J, 1S19 ; in. Dec, 
1S05, Thoiua> McElrath of :\raco3nb. 111. 

13747. 3. .TosT:pn Howakd Gidson', b. Aug. 29, 1S20 ; d. Boston, 
j^t'c. 2S, 1S52. of Panama fever, on In's way home from California 
to be married. 

1374S. 4. Cakolink Elizabeth GinsoN^, b. Dec. 20. 1822; m. 
Dec. 29, 1S47. James Osg-ood McMillan of Fryel)nrg ; residence, 
]\[inneapolis ; 4 c. 

13749. Helen Gibson McMILLAN^ b. Oct. 0, 1S4S ; m. E. Orange, 
N. J., June 3':i, 1SS4, Charles Morrison Wiley ; 1 c. 

13750. JaBies Mc^Iillan Wiley', b. Oct. 16, 1SS5. 

13751. Edith McMILLAN^ b. March 25, 1S50. 

13752. Caroline Elizabeth McMillan^, b. March 17, 1853. 

13753. James McMill.-vn^, b. Oct. 24, 185G ; a merchant, at 
Minneapolis. 



13754. 5. Annette Matilda Gibson^ b. Ang. 20, 1824 ; m. Sept. 
27, 1846, Milton Knight of Otisheld, Me. ; residence, Macomb, 111. ; 
2 c. 

13755. Harry A. Knighi^ b. April 29, 1851 ; m. Oct. 2, 1SS3, 
Dollie Allison ; 2 c. 

13756. Annette Maria Knight", b. July 27, 1884. 

13757. Wiunif]-ed Knigbt-\ b. Jan. 21, 1880. 

13758. Annie Howard Knigut\ b. March 29, 1853 ; m. Xov. 1, 
1877, James P. Lewis ; 2 c. 

13759. Howard Lewis', b. July 18, 1878. 

13760. Helen A. Lewis^ b. Oct. 27, 1883. 



ISiOl. 6. Laura Helen Gibson', b. Jan. 19, 1828; d. Dec. 15, 
1854. 

137G2. 7. Paris Gibson', b. July 1, 1830; m. Ang. 23, 1858, 
Valeria Goodenow Sweat; graduaied at Bowdoin College, 1851; 
in 1858 removed to St. Anthony and so<:»n after, in jiartnership with 
Wm. Eastman, built the "Cataract'' flour mill in ]\[inneapolis, 
M'hich, under their management, ])Ocame the germ of what is now 
the most extensive mannfactory of Horn- in the world ; was a 
58 



914 THE DESCF.XDANTS OF 

reo'ent of tlic St:Ue L'nivoisit;.', and 1>_v h\> active iutcl•c^,t in tlu" 
earlv irrowth of ]\riimca[)olis is ju-lly entitled o7ie of its fatlu-r- ; 
tlieVn-ni bnilt the " Xortli Star" v,-ou!eii )iiill, the fir.-t iu the town ; 
he nuuiauvd rhi> v/ith uTeat siicfess. ol)tainiiig- tlie 'jnll medal for 
Llanlcet.s at the C'entennisd Exhilsitioii ; lie heeanie involved in Vnv 
depres.-ion of 1S7<''-T^ and ^va••; ohhu'ed t(_) part with his interests: in 
1ST9 Ik- moved to J\[o:itana to p!'<.-i'cute sheep In-ecding, and has 
done niueh to proniotu that indn-ti'v in the terricorv ; in. Is^d. in 
partiun-ship ^vith the Tresident of the St. Panl l^ Manitoba Iw " 
road, he purchased tlie site of Great Falls, and is no^v engaged i 
developing that projierty ; is also intere>-tevl hi niinir;g : -i c. 

13703. PniLiP Gn!sox% h. Jnly 2. 1 s50 : ni. Aug. 9, 1SS2, :Mary 
Doiiglass of ]\[innea] tolls ; 3 c. 

IS^Gl. Paris Douglass C^ibson'-. b. :May 7, 1883. 
137G5. Louise Gibson'', b. Dec. 10, 18S4. 
13705a. Valeria Gibson'', b. Dec. IS, 1887. 

13T00. IIelex GinsoxS h. Aug. 15, ISOl ; d. Sept. 15, 1SC2. 

137('.T. TuEonouE Gibsox% b. Aug. 2, 1S03. 

137ns. Paeis Giissox. Jr.^ b. Dec. 10, 1SG5 ; d. Sept. 9, ISOT. 



iii- 
1 



13769. X. Margaret Whitmax Gibsox'\ b. Ilennikej-, 
March 19, 1792: m. 1808, Dr. Saiiiuel Stravr, son of Abel 
and Lydia (Straw) Hadley, b. Iloplcinton, May 3, 1793; 
d. Sparta, III., June 7, 18';2 : they resided in l^rownliekl 
till 1856, when tliey removed to Sparta, 111.: she d. Xev,' 
Sharon, la.. Fob. 27, 1873 ; 15 c., all bnt one b. L'rownfielcl. 



'" 13770. 1. TiMornv G. IIaeeey', b. Jan. 31, ISIO ; m. 1. Chicago, 
Dec. 1811, b. ; d. ; nn 2. ; residence, Galesluirg. 

111. ; 2 c, names nnhnuAvn. 

13771. 2. Lydia S. IIadley', b. Sept. 20, ISll; m. 1. Brown- 
field, June 23, lS3t*), Silas Crochett, son of Joseph and ■ 

(Crocker) Bradbury, b. 1S07; d. 1S17; ni. 2. ISo-i, James Mahcr ; 
2 c. 

13772. IzAH Ginsox BKAma;i:Y\ b. May 3, 1837; m. :March 4, 
1S57, Harvey Luca< : a farmer; rcsiduuee, Xew Sliaron ; 2 c. 

13773. Kev. Silas Bradbury Lucas', b. May :38, 1859 ; residence, I-ong Island, 
Ks. 

13774. Helen Michener Lucas', b. Sept. 14, 1804; a teacher; residence, Solo- 
mon Eapids. Ks. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 915 

13775. IIki.kx Al'gusta J^kadiu'ry'*, b. Man-li 1-1, IS-io ; m. ]Xov. 
3, 1SG3, Eev. Eiux-h Peasly ^yrielieiior ; settled at I'uloit, Ks. ; 2 c. 

1377G. Izah Lucas Miclieiier', b. Sept. '3>*, 1SG7 ; d. March 12, 18.^4. 
1;3T;7. William Enic^t 31iclienpr", b. Sej.t. 7, 18S1. 

1377S. 3. Avail G. irADr.Kv', h. Canaan. X. II., March 23, 1^13 ; 
in. 1. Bartlett. X. II., Dec. 2;t, 1>^37, Eliza Ann Cohb ; flie d. March. 
1S39; m. '2. Dee. 20, 1S3H. At/ivail liicker. b. Saco, Ale.. Oct. -I, 
ISIS; d. Sparta. Ill, Feb. 13. lsr)7: m. 3. luioxv-ille. III, Sept. 23, 
1863, jlr.s. Elizabeth I3ri.)wn. b. Herkimer Cu., X. Y. ; re-idence, 
Tied Cloud, Xei>., where he d. Jan. 30, 1SS7; 9 c, all bnt yuuno-est 
by 2d ni. 

1377Sa. AYi'YMorTn Hadi.t:Y', b. ^larch S, lS-11 : in. :MaY 2, lSt37, 
Laura A. Sluirtleil"; a dealer in drugs and groceries; residence, 
Keitlisburg, 111. ; 5 c. 

1377Sb. Dora F. Hadley', b. Aug. IS, IHGO : d. Jan. 3, 1871. 

13778c. Anne F. Hadley', b. 3iay 15 ; d. Aug. 29, 1872. 

1377Sd. Jennie May Hadley'', b. June 4, 1874. 

I37;'8e. TJiura Grace Hadley", b. Oct. 2. 1878. 

1377Sf. Delia Margaret Hadley-'. b. J;in. r,, 1887. 

]377Sg. Eliza Ann HAI.LKv^ b. Dec. 9, 1S-I3. 

1377Sh. LrcY Jane IIadlfa'^, b. July 7, lS-i5 ; d. June 27, 1S75. 

1377Si. Makgajcet G. IIat.ley^ b. July 24, 1S4S. 

1377SJ. Claka M. Hadley ^ b. Alarch 9, IS52 ; d. Jan. 4, 1S53 

1377Sk. Cn.vPvLEs S. Hai)le\^ b. Jan. 5, ISo-l; d. Xoy. 5, 1S63. 

137781. IlEKBEirr B. IIa])Ley^, b. July 20, 1855. 

1377Sm. Abel G. Hadley. Ju.s.b. Jan. 21 ; d. March 13. 1S58. 

1377Sn. Fj;ank P. Hadley §, b. Dec. 9, ISOS ; a plumber; resi- 
dence, Red Cluud. 

13779. -1. Henky G. Hadley', b. June 2-1, 1 SI 5 ; m. Loretta 
Cox ; residence, Eugene City, Oi-. ; -I c, names indcnown. 

13780. 5. Sally Si-king Hadley", b. ^[areh 2(>, 1817; m. May 
3, 1837, Sylyanus Bangs, son of Daniel a.nd Ituhainah (Bangs) 
Bean, b. June 12, 181-4; she d. Auig. 5, ISOO ; residence, Brown- 
field ; 8 c. 

13781. Henry Gardner Bean^ b. Sept. 3 ; d. Sept. 13, 1840. 

13782. Frank Koi!ekt Bean^ b. Oct. 30, 1841; m, ]\[ankato, 
Ivs., Dec. 4, 1879, Alice Byers ; residence, Browntield ; no issue. 



916 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

^. 137S3. John IIixky Bean-, h. June 22. 184:?.; d. Buenos Ayrcs, 
S. A., Mareli 14. l^Tl ; imniaiTiod. 

13TS4. Danii-.l Ar(trsTiNE I'.kan^ ]>. 'Mny 20, 1840 ; d. of wounds 
received at llaTrlTs Ihni, A'a., June 2, 1804; buried at Hampton, 
Ya. ; nnniarried. 

13785. Jexxtk IIadlev BEAX^ h. Oct. 22, 1847; m. Feb. 22, 
1878, AlpLcns S. Beigliton ; residence, Stroudwater, ]Mc. ; 1 e. 
137S6. Fred. "Weston Leigbton". b. Portland, Me., Oct. 10, 18S0. 

13787. Eliza Sraixo BEA^^ b. Feb. 18, 1843 ; d. April 14, I850. 

13788. Chaell? Feed. Beax?, b. Dec. 17, 1849; m. Ca^-bon, 
Wyoming Ter., April 16, 1870, Henrietta Bangs; residence. Glen- 
dive, Mon. ; 2 e. 

13789, Sylvanus B.i7igs Bean-', b. July, 18S2. 

13790. Fiederika Bean^ b. Oct., 18S3. 

1371*1. Eliza Spring Beax«, b. Aug. 28, 1852 ; m. Feb. 21, 1874, 
Frederick William, son of "\Villiam G. and Sabrina H. (Cole) Spriiig, 
b. Ane;. 14, 1853 ; owns a sale stable and is postmaster at Xo. Fr} e- 
bnrg ; 2 c. 

13792. Frank Bean Spring', b. Sept. 2, 1876. 

13793, Sally lladley Spring^, b. April 1, 1S79. 

13704. 6. Maeshall S. Hadley', b, Dec. 14, 1818 ; m. Wasli- 
mgton, Micb., Oct. 31, 1844, :Margaret, dangliter of Jolm S. and 
Elizabeth (Delanej Axford, b. Canada, June 7, 1820; residence, 
Eomeo, Mich., wliere lie d. Xov. If!, 1888 ; 3 c. 

13705. Elizabeth xVxeord Hadlev^ b. Washington, Sept, 6, 
1840: m, Pontiac. Jan. 26, 1875, Albert Holdeu Comstock ; a 
banker; residence, 140 Maple st,, E. Saginaw; 1 c, 

13796. Marguerite Comstock", b, Jan. 9, 1870. 

13797. ^NEarct.^.et FIadley'^, b, Washington, Dee. 1, 1853 ; m. E. 
Saginaw, ^'ov. 29, 1876, Charles S, Bnrch ; a publisher of Chicago; 
reAdence, 14 ITinman ave., Evanstom HI. ; 3 c. 

13798. Grace Margaret B\irch'', b. Ann Arbor, Sept, 22, 1877. 

13799. Arlisle Burcll^ b. Evanston, 111,, Feb. 13, 1880 ; d. July 8, 1882. 

13800. Albert Comstock Burcli'-\ b, Evanston, Sept. 4, 1884. 

13801. Joiix ]'^KANKLiN HADLEY^, b. Rochester, Mich,, March 10, 
1850; d, June 20, 1862. 

13802, 7, SameelB. Hadley', b. April 10, 1821; m. April 10, 
1851, Mrs. Emily Amelia Shinn, daughter of Horatio and 



JOIIX WHII^rAN OF WEYMOUTH. 917 

(Faniain) llairnuuiul, 1). lS2i.' : d. Oct. 8, 18S6 ; residonCvO, Myrtle 
Creek, Or. ; 8 c. 

13S03. Aliikht Horatio Hai-lev-, b. Dee. 2i\ 1852 ; d. Nov. 20, 

1878. 

1381)4. AIakciakkt Louisa IIaui.ey*, b. March 0, 185i; m. Oet. 
8, 18T<N John llanaii ; <> c. 

18804a. Geov,ire W. Hanan\ b. Oct. 10, 1877. 

13SU4b. Emily A. JlananS b. Dec. '2-2. 1878. 

13801c. Kittie B. Hanan", b. Aug. 13, ISSO. 

13Sn4d. Charles 31. Hanan'. b. March 15. iSSti. 

13804e. Henry E. Hauau', b. Nov. 2'}, 1884. 

13S04f. Andrew J. Hanau-'. b. June 8, 1888. 

13805. Samukl GinsoN TIadley^, b. Dec. 3, 1855; rn. Sept. IS, 
ISTG, Margaret Hamilton; 2 c. 

13S05u. Elmer ITadley-', b. Dec. 15. 1877. 
13805b. Ettie 3iay Hadley*, b. 3Iay 20, 1879. 

13806. Mklvix Hadley^, \ nniiiarried. 

V b. xVpril 22, 1858 ; 

13807. 3ILI.VIXA F. Hadley", ) m. May 10, 1875, 
John H..AVithers; residence. Paisley, Lake Co., Or. ; 2 e. 

13S08. Chester L. ^Vithers^ b. ^larch 9. 1877. 
13809. Wayman C. ^Vither5^ b. Jan. 24. 1879. 

13810. John Timothy Hadley', b. March 14, ISGO ; d. Xov. 3, 
1870. 

13811. Kitty Em^ielixe ITadley-, b. Fel>. 7, 1862; m. William 
CuiTier ; residence, Snmmer Lake, Lake Co., Or. ; 3 c. 

13811a. Ada Frances Currier^ b. Dec. 6, 1879. 

13811b. Eva Currier^ b. Oct. 9. 1880. 

13811c. Vsllliaiu Manly Currier', b. Jan. 2, 1885. 

13812. Henry Maksiiall Hadley^, b. June 15, 1866. 



13813. S. Betsey S. Hadley', b. Feb. 21, 1823; m. July 5, 
1830. 

13811. 9. William G. LLyuley"^, b. Oct. 24, 182i ; m. Flenderson, 
111., Sept. 15, 1856, Harriet Lincoln ; he d. Ehnwood, Aug. 21, 1880 ; 
she resides Bement, 111. ; 2 c. 

13815. Melvixa May I^ADLEY^ h. July 4, 1857; m. Oct. 16, 
1879, AViiliam Orr Lovle.-- ; a farmer; residence. Eagle, Xeb. ; 
1 c. 

13815a. Clyde William Boyles', b. Aug. 10, 1882. 



918 THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

13816. ILvTTiE Lincoln KadlkyS, h. Xov. 1, 1SG2; m. June 21, 
1880, James Allen ^[utliertl)aui;-li ; ivsideiice, JJeniciit, Jll. ; 3 c, 
b. Benient. 

1381Ga. Allen G. MTUhersbaugh\ b. Oct. 2::, 1883. 
ISSlGb. Ilaclley J. Mutllersbau-h^ b. Oct. 7, ISyn. 
13816c. Jessie Bell Muthel■spaugll^ b. Marcli -21, 1887. 



13817. 10. ^lAiiGAKKT AVnrnrAX Uadley', b. Sept. 20, 1827; 
m. Sjiarta, 111., Jan. 1, 1S.52, Ilarvev Ijunlett, son of Harvej and 
Ahnina (^[asun) Yaill ; a retired fanner and miller; residence, Lin- 
coln, Xeb. ; no issue. 

13818. 11. MosKS S. Hadley^, b. Marcli 23, 1828; m. Knox- 
ville, 111., Dec. 22, 1850, OrYilla P.. dauo-hter of Dr. Joh]i H. and 
Lydia D. (liice) Thorj-e, b. Alleglianj, X. Y., Mareli 12, 1811 ; 
residence, ^Vfaucb Clmnk, la. ; 3 c. 

13818a. John LI. IIadley'^, b. Jan. 7, 1861. 

13818b. xVlice L. ILidleyS b. Jan. 27, 1868. 

13818c. Jennie M. IIadley^, b. Sept. 6, 1876. 



13S19. 12. Melville F. IIadley', b. May 15, 1830; m. Hender- 
son, 111., 1853, Carrie Conner ; lie d. Pike's Peak, June 23, 1861 ; 
no issue. 

13820. 13. Melyina F. IIadley', b. May 15, 1830; d. Feb. 21, 
1832. 

13821. 11. Eliza Jane Hadley^ b. July 1, 1832; m. Wataga, 
111., June 5, 1850, xVlfred, son of William and Sarali (DeWitt) 
Hagerman, b. Northampton, Pa., Nov. 6, 1826 ; a farmer, stock and 
wool dealer ; residence, Oxford, Midi. ; 5 c. 

13822. CoRNEi.TL-s DeAVttt IIagekmanS, b. April 20, 1861; m. 
Julj 11, 18S5, Carrie Alexander ; a member of the iirm of Green 
& Llagerman, real estate and insurance agents ; residence, Lincoln, 
Xeb. ^ 

13823. ILvDLEY IIagekman^ 1). May 30, 1863 ; at home. 
13821. William IIageemaxS, b. Sept. 9, 1861 ; d. Sept. 28, 1866. 

13825. Margaret Yaill Hagerman'^, b. May 5, 1866 ; at home. 

13826. Alered Pui:deit IlAGEiniAx^, b. June 2, 1868. 



13827. 15. ItoincRT G. IIadley', b. March 7, 1831 ; m. June, 
1875, Martha Pritton ; she d. ; he d. Eugene City, Or. ; 1 c. 

13828. Paul HadleyI 



JOIIX WIIITMAX OF ■WKYMOUTII. 919 

13820. XI. Jane Gjbson'', b. J;in. l(j, 179,"); m. June 
10, 1813, James Weeks, b. April (I, ITSO ; d. May 10, 1872 ; 
she resides Brownfield, ag-ed 0-1; 4 c, all b. JJi'ownfield. 

18S30. 1. James AVolfe Weeks', b. Dec. 30,1810; a farmer; 
residence, Browufield ; d. uuniarrie<l, A])iil 11, 1S86. 

13S31. 2. Napoleox BoxArAKTE Weeks", 1). Oct. 7, 1818 ; m. 
Nov. 4, 1851, Caroline Blake ; a farmer ; residence, B)-owiifield, 
where he d. July 20, 1870 ; 3 c. 

13832. Ella Jane Weeks", b. July 2(3, 1852; m. Aug. 0, 1874, 
Albert Johnson ; residence, California. 

13833. Carrie Blake Weeks'^, b. Dec. 17, 1858 ; m. Andrew 
Thorne ; residence, Brownlield, where she d. Sept. 20, 1888 ; 2 c. 

13834. Clarence Thome-, b. Oct. 9, 18S1. 
13834a. Ethel Thome-', b. May, ISStJ. 

13835. Grace Etta Weeks^ b. Jan. 11, 1802. 



13830. 3. JoHX \VHrr>LiLX Weeks', b. Oct. 11, 1823 ; m. Jan. 
13, 1857, Amanda Ames; he d. Brownficld, Dec. 2, 1874; 1 c. 

13837. Amanda Malvina Weeks'^, b. March 7, 1858. 



13838. 4. Jane Smith Weeks^, b. Fel). 7, 1820 ; unmarried ; at 
home. 

13830. XII. Samuel Gibson'', b. Feb. 22, 1707; m. 
Nov. 25, 1818, Eebecca Howard, b. May 1, 1703 ; d. Sept. 
20, 1870; he d. Norway, Me., Sept 11, 1805; 6 c. 

13840. 1. IzAH Bacun FriMAN Gilson", b. Aug. 13, 1819 ; m. 
April 9, 1840, Eev. Timothy J. Tenney, b. Jan. 22, 1807; d. Oct. 
8, 1854; residence, Stoughton, ]\biss. ; c. 

13841. Sa^meel a. TenneyS, b. Feb. 23, 1841 ; d. April 29, 1842. 

13842. Susan Adnah Tenney^ b. June 19, 1842; m. Dec. 2, 
ISOO, Francis A. Danforth ; residence, Norway. 

13843. Saml-el A. Tenney^ b. Feb. 20, 1844; d. Sept. 2, 1840. 

13S44. Kebecca II. Tenney^ b. June 29, 1847 ; d. May 7, 1850. 

13845. IzAH W. Tenney^ b. Jnly 5, 1849 ; m. Jan. 23, 1873, 
Pliny A. Allen ; residence, Mattapoisett, Mass. ; 5 c. 



920 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

]3^<46. Frauds G. Allen-', b. June S, 1874. 

ir.SlT. Pliny A. Allen, Jr.". b. July 23. 1876. 

13848. Ilownrd T. Allen\ b. ^Iny 14, 1870. 

13S49. Carlotta A. Allen', b. Nov. 8. 1881. 

l3S49ii. Kebecca Allen^ b. Oct. ':!7, 18^8. 

13S50. CiTAHLKs Jl. Tkxxky^ b. Fcl). 23, IS.U; ni. Dec. 31. 
ISTS, Lizziu G. ]]rook> : residence, Stoiig-litoii ; 2 c. 

138.51. Ruth Tenner-', b. Dee. 23, 1S81. 
13852. Miriam Tenney-, b. July U, 1884. 



13S53. 2. TJebkcca Gleasox Chiisox', b. Xoy. 23, 1821 ; m. C»er. 
4, 1843, Dr. Jcs.-e Howe, JF.D., b. April 11, 1810; d. Feb. 25, 
1873; a pliysiciaii ; residence, Xoruay; sije d. Oct. 20, 188-1; 3 c. 

13S53rt. Ellen Frances IIowe"^, b. Dec. 23. 1814; d. April 11, 
1852. 

13854. IzAii Tenney IIo^YE^ b. IMarcli 20, 1848; in. Oct. 19. 
1881, John Tv. Sanbe'rn ; residence, Xor\Yay : no issne. 

13855. PiEUECCA G. IIowE^, b. Jnnc 13, 1850 ; d. April 22. 1852. 



13850. 3. Capt. Samuel Free-aian Ginsox'', b. April 9, 1823 ; nn 
1. June 1, 1851, Abb Pattee, b. Sept. 20, 1831 ; d. Mareli 4, ISOl : 
ni. 2. May S, 1804, Agnes Al. xVyer, b. May h\ 1832 ; ^Yas quarter- 
mast-er at City Point, Va., during tlie war; a la\Yyer ; residence, 
Bethel ; 5 c, ]iune maj'ried. 

13857. El)^YEN Y. Gibson^ b. :\ray 18, 1852. 

13858. Ellen F. Gibson^ b. Aug. 17, 180O. 

13859. M.uiTHA A. Gibson^, b. July 1, 1806. 

13800. Jane H. Gibson^ b. Xoy. 14, 1808. 

13801. Samuel A. Gibson'^, b. Juuc 27, 1873. 



13802. 4. A^illiam Henry Gibscn', b. X'oy. 15, 1825 ; d. Oct. 
19, 1828. 

13803. 5. George Eiayin Gibson', b. July 2^^, 1828 ; m. Oct. 13, 
1853, ^lavy E. liandall ; residence. Xorway ; s c. 

FS804. Fred. H. GIBsoN^ b. June 4, F^55 ; lu. Oct. 31, 1883, 
]\rol]ie Clu'istieson, dauglite]' of Clu'istien J. and ^lavy 11. (Ansen) 
Jansen, b. Dennuirk, X^oy. 28, 1855; a teacher; residence, Eureka. 
Cal. ; 1 c. 

1380"). Mary Cliriitien GibsoiV-', b. March 24, 1885. 



JOIIX WHTTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 921 

1386G. John F. Gll;sox^ b. Feb. I'S, 1857; m. Jan. 15, 1SS8. 
Cliai'lotte Sojtliroiiiii", dani;litei- of llenrv Hill" and Sarah i'. (]\Ioul- 
ton) riobbs;, b. Jan. 1^7, 16GU ; a stock farmer; residence, ]\Iodest(;», 
Cal. ; 2 c. 

13867. Addie Gibson^ b. June 10. 1885. 

13868. Ora Gibson^ b. Sept. 6, 1S86. 

13809. Geokge R. GIr.so^-^ b. Fob. 11, 1859. 

13ST0. AiiB E. Gir.sox^, 1). Jan. 2, 1S(.;1. 

13871. Harry E. Ginsoxs, b. ^lay 5, 1803. 

13672. Mary L. Gibsox^^ b. April 10, 1800. 

13873. Willie H. Gibson ^', b. :\Iav 22, 1808. 

1387-i. Guy E. Gibsox^^ b. Xov. 22, 1877. 



13875. 6. Charles Gibsox', b. April 0, 1830; d. Jan. 31, 1831. 



13S7G. Mary-^ (522), Zecliariah^ Jolur, Zecharialr, 
Jolin\ b. Stov/, Jan. 14, 175G; m. Oct. 25, 1775, Thoma>3 
Wood, and settled at Littleton, N. H., after\yards at Groton, 
Mass.; he d. March 2, 1794; she d. Aitg. 29, 1822; is said 
to have liad 8 c. ; Groton records give 6 c. 

13877. 1. SusANXA Morse Wo'oi/', b Nov. 29, 1785. 

1.3878. II. Zachakiah Wood'', b. Oct. 13, 1787. 

13879. III. Bexxett AYood'"', b. Oct. 30, 1789; d. April 
26, 1794. 

13880. IV. Daxiel Wood'\ b. Oct. 8, 1791 ; d. July 30, 
1795. 

13881. V. Elizabeth Yf GOD'', b. Jan. 7, 1793; d. July 
31, 1795. 

13882. VI. Sally AYooi/^ b. May 20, 1794. 



13883. Lucy' (523), Zechariah^, John'', Zecharialr, 
John\ b. Sto^Y, Oct. 8, 1758; m. Dec. 9, 1780, Lieut. John 
Smith of IJennikei', N. II., b. June G, 1752; d. June 5, 



922 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

182G; lliey settled ;it Ileiniiker, where she d. Sept. -1, 1848, 
aged 80; 12 c. 

13881:. I. Jane Smith'', b. Dec. 28, 1782; d. April 8, 
1794. 

13885. II. Lucy Smith", b. Jan. 31, 1784. 

13886. III. David Smith'', b. Aug. 27, 17SG ; m. Betsey 
Plununer and removed to the State of New York. 

13887. IV. John SMiTn*^', b. Feb. 23, 1788; d. luimar- 
ried, at Philadelphia. 

13888. V. Elizabeth Smith*", b. May 24, 1790; m. 
Joshua Craii'-. 

13889. A'l. Martha Smith'', b. March 25, 1792; m. 
Adams. 



13890. YII. Edward SMiTif', b. June 3, 1794; re- 
moved to California. 

13891. YIII. Sarah Smith'^ b. April 5, 1796; d. Nov. 
21, 1797. 

13892. IX. William Smith'\ b. April 16, 1798. . 

13893. X. David Smith'', b. Jan.; d. Sept. 11, 1800. 

13894. XL Samuel Smith'', b. 1802; resided at Rox- 
bury. 

13895. XII. Mary Smith'-, b. 1804; m. Page; 

removed to I\Iissouri. 



13896. Anna'^ (524), Zechariah^ Johir', Zechariah^ 
Jolui^ b. Stow, Feb. 28, 1760; m. May 14, 1777, Solomon 
Taylor; settled at Harvard : lie d. Jan. 27, 1812; said to 
have had 10 c. 

13897. Sarah'' (525), Zechariah\ John'', Zecharialr, 
John', b. Stow, May 4, 1761 ; m. 1. Nov. 15, 1780, Jona- 
than Wetherbee; settled at Stow; m. 2. John Hunter; is 
said to ]]ave had 6 c. 



JOKX AriilTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 923 

13898. SuSAXXAu'' (52G), Zccliariali', Jolm", Zecliarialr, 
Jolin\ b. Stow, SejU. S, 17G2; m. 1. Se])t. 17, 17^5, Joliii 
Gordon; in. 2. Dec. 24, 171)7, Oliver ]'>]ood; settled at 
Henniker, N. II. 

13899. Joiix' (527), Zechariali^ Joliir', Zecliarialr, 
Joliii\ b. Stow, Jan. 16, 1764; ni. Dec. 21, 1786, Sarah, 
daughter of Simeon and Sarah Stow, b. Dec. 22, 1765 ; he 
is said to have settled at Henniker before his brother 
Edward, locating his homestead on the south side of 
Craney Hill; Dec. 9, 1801, a vote of the town was taken 
to settle John Whitman as minister, and decided in tlie 
negative, 90 noes, G6 yeas; no record of his death has 
been found ; 4 c. 

13900. L Alvix'', b. June 27, 1787 ; d. unmarried, April 
25, 1858, aged 71. 

13901. II. Sally'', b. April 3U, 1790; d. April 1, 1791. 

13902. III. JoAi>/', b. Feb. 1, 1792; d. May 24, 1817. 

13903. IV. Sally*', b. 1792; m. July 11, 1809, John 
Savao-e. 

o 

13904. Capt. Daxiel'' (528), Zechariah^ Jolnr, Zeclia- 
rialr, John\ b. Stow, March 7, 1765; m. May 6, 1792, 
Sai-ah, daughter of l^hilip Godfried and Sallie (McCard) 
Kast, a druggist, residing at Salem, where slie was b. April 
3, 1772 ; d. 3Iay 6, 1863 ; Capt. Daniel was for many years 
a merchant, residing at Henniker, and later, at Hopkinton ; 
about 1809 he dis])osed of his property and removed to 
Virginia, and later, to Tennessee, where he d. Sept. 13, 
1834; 10c I. h'hilip'-'; II. Elizabeth'-'; III. Daniel'; IV. 
Edward'' ; V. Margaret Molineux'' ; VI. Roljert Molineux'' ; 
VII. Eleanor Chase''; VIII. Vvniliam Fenn'^ ; IX. Walter 
Carrington'' ; X. James Kast''. The following letter from 
Hon. Harrison T. Carr", a grandson, I think will be of 
interest: 



9:24 THE DKSCENDANTS OF 

'' WiNcin:sTER, Fkaxkeix Co., Tenx., ) 
April 2G, 1886. \ 

]\[i7. CiiAin.Es IT. Farxam — 

Dcf/r Sir: — Yours of tlio lOtli inst. received, in wliicli 
you make the double request of nie : that I prejiare a 
brief sketch of my i^Taiulfather AVhitman ; aJso, to tell vou 
something of myself. It vrould suit me better to be 
excused. This rather overreaches me. The one some- 
what too rn'ave and responsible ; the othei* wantino- si^'uiii- 
cance to attract much interest. Let me prefer that Avhich 
is entitled to most respect and reverence. Somethino- like 
120 years ago my gTandfathei- first saw the light of da)-. 
Born within the realm of King George III., he witnessed 
the dawji of the Republic — its baptism and christening in 
the blood of heroes — this foundling, this offspring of patri- 
ots and statesmen. Certainly early events with him were 
startlini!-. A chano'e — ^vhat a chano-e — how vrondrous ! 
Has another 'Aladdin's lamp' been througli the land? 
Yea, more so. Are the spirits of the departed permitted 
again to revisit the earth to look upon this change ? 
Grandfather vras an old man when I could first remember, 
at least sixty years old. Now this was sixty-two years 
ago, and what 1 knew of him was in my childliood and 
boyhood days. You can well see the estimate to be 
placed upon this. One so young, thoughtless, little given 
to observation and i-eflection, it cannot amount to but little, 
save only it has the essential truth. Of his early days and 
more matui'e manhood I can possibly know but litthj, only 
from relation, fireside talk and family conferences ; but 
these are reliable, comini.'' as they do from oTandniother 
and mother. A cliild's sympath}^ and attention ai-e always 
enlisted ^vhen these touchino- thino's are discussed. Thev 
never burn out or deca}^ — fed, kept alive, with a feeling 
that is sacred. 

Daniel AVhitman was a man of mark, features bold in 
outline, open and confiding, robust in form, square built. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 925 

strOHo- phy.sically and HiCHtrtlly. lie traveled New Vln- 
gland consIdei'ai)]y on business of various kinds ; was ouce 
in the lumber and timber cutting business ; got out and 
furnished lumber for the renowned old ship, the ' Constitu- 
tion ;' kept an assoi-ted retail store; was thrifty and well 
to do in ' ii'ettini4' on;' met, lo\ed and married the brave 
little beauty and vvit, Sallie Kast, and their fortunes, be 
they ^vhat they may, were united. They lived, loved and 
were happy, and prospered well until the S|)irit of adven- 
ture came. The vision of the ' Far West,' the blooming 
South, rose aMuring and allui'ing to thousands, and still 
alluring, till the ' Great West ' has ceased to be a camping- 
ground — a scene now of busy life, populous cities, churches, 
colleges, railroads and wealtli. His was then no dream of 
the enthusiast but a reality. I can but admire his pluck 
and energy — tJiis is hravery. 

But in an evil hour he unfortunately came in contact 
with some land-jobbers, eastern sharpers, speculators in 
Virginia lands ; was induced to invest, to emigrate ; "\^'as 
deluded, victimized and defrauded. The lands were a 
wild, lying far back in inaccessible mountains, and the 
titles worthless and fraudulent, and wearied with huntino- 
them up he settled down in Halifax Co., Va., somewhere 
near 1808, Here he found generous frieiuis, hospitable 
neighbors, and soon won his way with these good people, 
a strano-er in a strange land. Conceive the situatioii : a 
trying one, sure. A new start, a new beginning, had to 
be begun, and quite well it was done. Not long ere he 
had a home, cattle, horses and herds around him ; ke]it a 
village hostelry and old-time tavern, a house of ])ublic 
entertainment; was popular, courteous, kind, just and 
lionest, over-indulgent to liis debtoi-s for his own pecuniary 
good ; with qualities such as these, however noble and 
generous, success is rarely ever very flattering. 

And again the time comes; the teeming, Ijounding, 
promising West looms up, the tide of emigration is fiow- 



926 THK DESCENDANTS OF 

iiig', excItcDient liiL;li, aTcnt hcavs IVoiii awav beyoDcl tlio 
mountains, and accordlnu-ly, m Nov., 18:20, we find liiin 
takina" Ins course with the setting- sun, leaving tlie nuirried 
fann'lies behind to follow in the coming next year. Part- 
ing with the best of friends and neighbors, and still length- 
ening' the wide stretch from his once quiet home away back 
in the lulls of Xew ]Jam])s]iire — was this an liallucination, 
a ]'0ving disposition ? Xo, sir ; an enterprising spirit of 
manliness was in him ^\hich notliing- could subdue. TJie 
one great impulse that actiuiled him — the wish of his heart 
and the effort of his life — was to settle his children around 
him in a land and clime of liealth and bounteous produc- 
tions. Manv of them fouiid tVuitful homes, others 'West- 
ward ho !' The 2-fth day of Dec, 1829, we were at ' Eoss's 
Landing,' then an Indian village, not a \vliite settler there : 
noAv a city, Chattanooga, of "2(3,000 inhaljitants. The 2;jth, 
Christmas day, we were at 'Gunter's Landing,' now Gun- 
tersville, a town of some importance. Mr. Gunter, a wlhte 
m[in, a venerable, patriarchal-looking gentleman (his wife, 
an Indian), sent a pressing invitation to the family to take 
a feast-day's dinner. It was accepted on the part of 
grandmother, uncle Robert and some others. A fine dinner 
was spread, and two handsome Indian ladies — half-breeds, 
Ml'. G.'s daughter.-? — pi-esided. A ball-play was going on 
all day, pony racing, etc. I ke])t close under my grand- 
mother's arm. The 1st day of Jan., 1830, found us at 
lluntsville, Ala., among many old acquaintances, former 
residents of the ' Old 1 dominion,' and greetings and wel- 
comes met us all around. This was the 'land of cotton,' 
and it ju'oved the wealthiest })lace 1 ever saw of its size. 

But to return to the subject — the chai-acter of the man. 
I never knew him to talk nonsense; jesting, idle tricks, 
low humor, had no pleasure for him. The use of tobacco 
was esche^^■ed in everv form ; o-minim'- and fislnu!;}-, he 
gave no time to these ; never saw him with gun, rod or 
tackle in his hands; the ^vllip and spur, useless articles to 



JOHN AVllJTMAN OF WEYMOTITII. 927 

liini for man, bo}' or beast. If llioi'o i.s anything a niis- 
cliievoiis boy never loi-gets and ever reinembers it i.s tlie 
flash of an angered parent's eye, tlie foreboding connte- 
nance of something coming, but I never sa\v this witli 
grandfatlier ; never saw iiim nuid, liot and in higli temper; 
and if lie ever sang it was to liis own musing ami vrithin, 
and to wliistle in his presence was to A^-rong hi)n. Give 
but argument, solid talk, and you vrould catch and take 
attention. 3Iild in speech and maimers; a decj^-toned 
expression of thougiit ever rested on his countenance; 
pleasing and polite witiial ; no wrangles, no law-suits, no 
violence or diflicidties -witli neigldoors ; rarely e\cr went 
to public gatherings, elections, parades, etc. Fourth of 
Jul}^ Christmas and other holidays he enjoyed mostly at 
home with companv — dinners of roasts, mince-})ies, pud- 
dings, doug'lmuts, creain toast, tea and coffee, and the 
never omitted egg-nog. lie could never be induced to 
own slaves; the right of others to do so he Jiever ques- 
tioned or controvei'ted, and was a stickler for a.ll constitu- 
tional guarantees, and lived in hai'inonv with the people 
among whom his lot Avas cast. His children — sons and 
daughters — married all Southern (born and bred) peojile 
with one exception — the eldest, Philip, who was married 
before coming to Virginia. 

Oapt. AVhitman, for so he was known and called, was a 
clear-headed man, his opinions respected and hold in high 
regard. Ostentation, show and pride wei'e avoided and 
shunned by him. Plain, frugal and economical, never cov- 
etous or avaricious, more the })hilosopher than the specu- 
lative theorist, patient under reverses and tr>'ing circum- 
stances, and forbearing- vrith the evil, aidino- and assistino- 
the good. He died in peace, at his home and farm, with 
family, relations and friends ai'ound, in Pedfoi'd Co., Tenn. 

'After life's fitful fever he sleeps well.' 

Much has been onn'lted, necessarily so. The biography 
of a family so extended, so numerous, would be an endless 



928 THE DESCEXDA NTS OF 

task, alike to autlior and reader, and I hope tliose into 
ayIiosg hands yonr -work may fall \vill a|,)))reciate this. I 
do not feel lull}' satisfied that I have done fnll justiee to 
the memory of this good man, Ijut it was all the limits 
would allow. 

Respectfully and faithfully, ever and ever, 

H. T. CAini." 

13905. I. Philip'"', b. Henniker, X. II., Fel). 1, 1793; 
m. about 1815, Sophronia Burns; came to Virginia v\-ith 
his father ; a druggist by occupation ; he d. without issue, 
at Meadsville, Ya., xVug. 20, 1827; the widow m. a Mr. 
Hutchins of Ne^^' Hampshire. 

13906. II. Elizabeth'^ b. Henniker, April 12, 1795; 
m. Meadsville, Pa., May 31, 1815, AVilliam P. Carr ; a 
teacher; she d. Tennessee, Se})t. 24, 1862; he d. about 
1825; 3 c. 

13907. 1. DA.MEL AV. Caek', b. Halifax Co., Ya., July 1, 1817 ; 
d. 183S. 

1390S. 2. Hon. Hadkison Thomas Oakiv', b. Halifax Co., Ya., 
Oct., 21, 1S18 ; m. Winchester, Tenu., Jan. 16, 1S50, Ann Weaver, 
daughter of Dr. William and Jendma (Sliarpe) Estill, b. Winchester, 
Aug. 12, 1S35 ; d. Sept. 7, 1801 ; he moved from Yirginia with 
his parents ; 1S3G, settled at Huntsville, Ala., remaining tliere till 
1851, since which time he has resided at Winchester, Temi. ; has 
been a merchant and a lawyer ; represented his county in the Leg- 
islatnre at the time of secession ; 3 c. ; the following extract from a 
recent letter gives a brief summary of his life : 

"' WiNCHEsTEK, Texn., April 27, 1SS6. 
Mr. CnAiiLEs H. Imkxam — 

J/y Tha/' iSV/',' — You i]o not put me in a Ijad humor with myself 
when you so modestly compliment me, and quietly ask of me to 
say something of myself. A few scattering weeks and months in 
the schoohliouse ; twenty-live years at the desk and counter, boy 
and mastej' ; four years of war ; ten years at the bar ; a tourist, 
somewhat, abroad ; a ti-avelcr in my own, dear native lands ; tlie 
waters of the Missi^^sijipi, its tributaries and its estiuiry, are known 
to me ; the great citie> of our Hnion and its famous Capital are not 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 929 

entirely unfamiliar to me — bnt I desist; with tliis, a line from one 
of the Scoteli bards, Scott, I think, which hits me pretty fair : 

'For I was over wayward, bold nnd wild, 
A self-willed imp, a gnuidnia's child.' 

Bnt to understand better, let Mr. Carr ntter himself, with a life 
traced in honor's work ahnost to its end ; he would say : 

' The days of my youthful gladness are o'er, 

The night of old age with its darlcness hath come ; 
Time hath shattered my bark, broken tlie oar, 
That braved the current of life when stout and young. 

But around me with warmth gather the friendships of old, 

And the hopes of the future still cluster my iieart ; 
The memories of tlio j^ast, ah ! what ])leasiu-es unfold — 

Erelong we shall from these, the world aud its brightness, depart.' 

Yours, H. T. C." 

13909. IIakry Merriweather Carr'^, b. Oct. 28, 1S50 ; unmar- 
ried; residence, Texas. 

13910. Margaret Elizabeth CARR^ b. July 21, 1858 ; m. Sept. 
22, 1879, Eandall M. Webber; residence, 28 E. 9th st., X. Y. City. 

13911. Harrison William Oakr^, b. April 23 ; d. Aug. 10, 1861. 



13912. 3. Margaret M. Carr', b. Halifax Co., Va., Feb. 15, 
1821 ; m. Madison Co., Ala., June 10, 1811, Samuel, son of George 
aud Elizabeth (Waddy) Smith, b. ITiAvasseo, E. Tenn., July 23, 
1815; d. Xov. 12, 188-1; a merchant at Winchester ; shed. Aug., 
1880 ; 1 c. 

13913. Elizabeth Smith^, b. ; m. July 19, 1871, lion. 
Alphonso Chase, son of Lieut.-Gen. Alexander P. and Harriet B. 
(Chase) Stewart, b. Aug. 27, 1818 ; graduated at West Point Mili- 
tary Academy ; after the war studied law ; present residence, 3338 
Morgan st., St. Louis ; is Chancellor of the State University of 
Mississippi ; 2 c. 

13914. Samuel Smith Stewa^t^ b. Nov. 28, 1872. 

13915. Harriet Chase Stewart^ b. Oct. 6, 1884. 



13916. III. Daniel^ b. Hopkinton, N. II., April 20, 
179G; m. Halifax Co., Va., March 20, 182-1, Alice Phelps, 
b. April 9, 180G; d. April 4, 1870; they finally settled at 
New Market, Ala., vrliere ho d. April 23, 1847; 9 c. 



39 



930 THE i)esc;kxi>ants of 

13917. 1. Ei.LKN PifKLPs', h. near jNIeadesvillo, Halifax Co.. 
Ya., Dec. 20. 1S25; m. June 17, lS-17, William Guyon Laxson ; 
a uiercLaut ; re>idence, ^'ew ^Market, Ala. ; 5 c, all reside ^S'ew 
Market. 

1391S. Daxiei, GrvoN Lax.soxs, b. Fe!). 6, 181-9; m. Sept. G, 
1870, Lulu W. IJagsdale ; a uiercliaut; 5 c. 

13919. Mattie Ellen I.axson'', b. Junp 15, 1S71. 

13920. "VVilcher Laxson", h. Oct. S, 181:Q. 

13921. Jessie May Laxson», b. Jan. 31, 1875. 

13922. Lela Laxson', b. Oct. 6, ISIG. 

13923. Ernest Laxbon^ b. July 6, 1882. 

13924. Emala Jane Laxson^, b. April 25, 1850 ; m. Dec. 4, 
1873, F. L. Estes ; a farmer; 5 c. 

13925. "William Francis Estes-', b. Oct. 5, 1ST4. 

13920. Cornie May Estes^ b. April 10, 1S76. 

13927. Thomas Walter Estes% b. March 18, 1877, 

1392S. Oscar Estes-', b. Feb. 3, 1880. 

. 13929. Carrie Ellen Estes% b. Oct. 5, 1882. 

13930. William Francis LaxsonS, b. April 15, 1853; m. Dec. 
19, 1877, Fannie Hambrick ; a mercliaut ; 2 c. 

13931. Katie Laxson', b. June 23, 1882. 

13932. Walter Laxson^ b. :\Iay 15, 1884. 

13933. Mary Ellen Laxson^, b. April 9, 1855 ; m. April 15, 
1S74, J. AV. Cochran ; 5 c. 

1393-1. Alice Blanton Cochran', b. Feb. 28, 1875. 

18935. James William Cochran^ b. Dec, 12, 1877. 

13936. John Cochran^ b. May 1, 1879. 

13937. Marcus Marvin Cochran^ b. April 5, 18S0. 

13938. Rosa Cochran'', b. June 10, 1883. 

13939. Jesse Walter Laxson^ b. Ang. 12, 1857; m. Dec. 29, 
1875, Enuua L. Hambrick ; a merchant ; 1 c. 
13940. Thomas William Laxson^ b. :\Iarch 1, 1877. 

13941. 2. Henry", b. Hahfax Co., Yr., Feb. 3, 1828; a farmer : 
lie enlisted, 18ii3, in 8Th Ala. Cavalry; served in the Shiloh cam- 
])aign ; was captured at Shelbyville, Tenn., and d. in the hospital at 
Point Lookout, Md., of a wound received at the time of his ca])tu]'e ; 
unmarried. 

13942. 3. Sarau F.'', b. Halifax Co., March 27, 1830; m. near 
Kew Market, Ang. 22, 1849, David IL, son of William and Ophelia 
Evans, b. Xov. 24, 1820 ; 1852, they removed to Texas, where he 
d. Jan. 1, 1871 ; she resides at Eosqueville, Texas; 9 c. 



JOHX WHITMAX OF WKY,^tOUT^. 931 

13043. Ophelia A. Evans^, b. Sept. 1, 1S5U; m. April 24, 1SG7, 

Josepli H., suii of James a\L. and ]Marj (Sparks) Sharp, h. Oct., 1844 ; 

a farmer ; residence, Tolosa, Texas ; S c. 

i:;944. James 11. Sharp\ b. Jan. 31, 18G8 ; d. Dec. 10, 1878. 

i;3945. (A son) Sharp'', b. ; d. March 12, lb7(). 

13946. Eula "Whitman Sharp'^, b. Aug. 5, 1871 ; d. Nov. 24, 1878. 

13947. Joseph B. Sharp^ b. July 7, 1873. 

13948. William W. Sliarp-, b. April 2, 1876. 

13949. Mary E. Sharp^ b. Jan. 0, 1878. 

13950. (A daughter) Sllarp^ b. ; d. Dec. 29, 1879. 

13951. Francis M. Sliarp'^ b. July 8, 1881. 

13952. Ella Evaxs^, b. Dec. 11, 1S52 ; m. Jan. 17, 1872, Henry 
13., son of Alexander and Clarissa (Brewer) McKenzie, b. Jan. 22, 
1S5(» ; a farmer ; residence, Bosqneville ; 3 c. 

13953. Sallie McKenzie^ b. July 3, 1874. 

13954. AVilliam Henry :.IcKenzie^ b. Jan. 14; d. Feb., 1876. 

13955. William McKenzie', b. April, 1879 ; d. June, 1880. 

13956. Lauka EyaxsS, b. Nov. lU, 1854; d. Dec. 25, 1857. 

13957. Daniel II. Evans^ b. Xov. 19, 1856; d. Jan. 2, 1858. 

13958. Willie E. EvansS, b. Sept. 16, 1858; m. Dec. 13, 1877, 
Kicholson Eoss, son of Xatlianiel A. and Eugenie M. F. (j\IcConn) 
ilorgan, b. March 11, 1854; a Lawyer; residence. Meridian, Texas; 
3 c. 

13959. Fannie Evans Morgan% h. Oct. 31, 1878. ■ 
13900. Mary Etta :.Iorgan\ b. June 10. 1880. 
13961. Emma B. Morgan-', b. July 5, 1883. 

139G2. Bettie EvansS b. June 19, 1861; m. Jan. 31, 1881, 
Frank, son of John Ashley and Hannah Elizabeth (Mott) Lockwood, 
b. May 29, 1S55 ; a farmer ; residence, Bosqii'eville ; no issnc. 

13963. Hattie V. EvansS, b. Xov. 19, 1863; m. Sept. 2, 1880, 
Seaborn McCall, son of John A. and JoscjJiine (Moore) Rentz, b. 
April 18, 1859 ; a farmer; residence, Bosqueville ; 1 c. 
139C4. John Harrison Rentz^ b. Feb. 12, 1881. 

13965. John W. Evans* , b. Dec. 28, 1866. 

13966. Mattie EtaksS b. Aug. 14, 1868. 



13967. 4. David W.^ b. Bedford Co., Tenn., Dec. 1, 1831 ; d. 
nnman-ied, Xov. 5, 1858. 

13968. 5. Lucy Jane^ b. Bedford Co., Tenn., March 24, 1834; 
m. Sept. 22, 1852, Joseph Marion Hambrick, b. Feb. 27, 1831; d. 
Oct. 7, 1881 ; a farmer ; residence, Xew Market, where liis widow 
still lives ; 2 c. 



932 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

189G9. JosEvii D. llAJvimacK^, b, Sept. 23, 1853 ; immarried ; an 
invalid. 

13970. EuTn Alice IIambkigk^, b. Jan. 15, 1855 ; d. Ang. S, 

bio. 



13971. 7. James Harrison', b. Madison Co., Ala., Oct. 1, 1S3G; 
m. Margaret Pool ; a merchant and farmer ; enlistc^d in an Alabama 
regiment and d. in the service, Aug. 8, 1SG3 ; she resides Pine 
Bluff, Ark. ; 1 e. 

13972. JiMMiE^ (a daughter), b. ; m. Donaldson ; 

a conductor on Illinois Central liailruad ; residence, Pine Pluff. 

13973. 6. ELIZAI5ETII B.-', b. Bedford Co., Teim., March U, 
1838; d. May 14, 1839. 



13971:. 8. Daniel E.'', b. Madison Co., Ala., March 17, 1810; 
he served during the war in various Alabama regiments ; at its close 
he became a merchant in j^ashville, Tenn., and d. there, unmarried, 
Dec. 27, 1873. 

13975. 9. John Phelps"', b. Madison Co., Ala., Nov. 8, 1843 ; 
m. Dec. 3, 1874, Virginia Frances Cochran, b. Feb. 22, 1843 ; 1802, 
he enlisted in Capt. D. C. Ivelly's company, which afterwards be- 
came part of Col. N. B. Forrest's Cavalry liegiment ; he served 
during the early skirmishes of the war; was at Fort Donaldson, at 
the ti)ne of its sun-ender, but escaped, returned home, and was dis- 
charged under the conscript act of the C. S. A. ; from 1805-1875 
was engaged in business ; since that time has been engaged in farm- 
ing ; is considered one of the most successful farmers in the county ; 
residence, New Market ; no issue. 



13976. lA^ Edward^, b. Warner, N. H., Oct. 27, 1799; 
m. Meadesville, Va., Oct. 1, 1829, Susan R Vaugdni ; in 
Nov., 1833, he removed to Bedford Co., Tenn., wliere he 
d. Oct. 3, 1844; a farmer; his widow rn. Jan. 27, 1848, 
George W. Gregory, and still resides on her iirst husband's 
homestead at Fall Creek, Bedford Co., Tenn. ; 5 c, all 
but eldest b. Bedford County. 



13977. 1. Edward Presley', b. Meadesville, Va., Jan. 9, 1832; 
d. Oct. 3, 1844, and was buried in the same grave with his father. 



JOITX WJriTMAN OF WKY MOUTH. 933 

13978. 2. SoPHRONiA Elizabetii^ b. Nov. 21, ISoi; in. Aug. 8, 
1S58, lliram Albis, sou of William and Charity (SniTcntine) Wil- 
liams, b. Bedford Co., Tcnn., ()ct. 1, 1833 ; residence, Hickory 
Hill, Tcnn. ; P. O. Fall Creek, Bedford Co., Tenn. ; 1 c. 

13979. Ella Texanna AYILLIAMs^ b. Sept. 13, 1871. 



13980. 3. :\rAKY YAcrnrx^, b. Nov. IS, 1836; nL Jan. 16, 18GS. 
John T, Gregory ; residence, Fall Creek, Bedford Co., Tenn. ; 3 c. 

13981. Lizzie Judson Gki^gory^ b. Dec. 15, 1868. 

13982. Edwakd PiiESLEY Gregorys, b. June 29, 1871. 

13983. Spencer Gregory^, b. July 10, 1871. 



13984. 4. Sarah Virginia'', b. Feb. 8,1839; d. Sept. 9, J 885; 
unmarried. 

13985. 5. Susan Pocahontas', b. Aug. IS, 18-11 ; m. April 30, 
1865, D. W. Terry; a dentist; residence, Silver Springs, Wilson 
Co., Tenn. ; he d. Bedford County, Feb. 24, 18S3 ; she d. July 7, 
1880 ; 2 c, residing at Fall Creek, Tenn. 

13986. Cora A. Terky% b. June 10, 1807. 

13987. Oscar Royal Terry^ b. May 29, 1872. 



13988. V. Margaret Molineux«, b. Warner, N. H., 
Sept. 11, 1801; d. 1817. 

13989. VI. Elder 1\oj3ert Molixeux^, b. llopldnton, 
N. H., Sept. 1, 1804.; m. 1. Bedford Co, Tenn., Oct. 3, 
1833, Almeda Saunders, b. Bedford Co., Jan. 14, 1815; 
d. Oct. 18, 1852; m. 2. Burnsville, Ala., May 31, 1854, 
Mrs. Jane L. (Hall) Heed ; m. 3. Dallas Co., Ala., Jnly 
10, 1859, Mrs. Hilary Ann (Gardner) Edwards; lie went 
South in early manhood and became noted, not only as a 
pioneer preacher of great worth but also as a very success- 
ful physician of the " Thompsonian order;" he was also 
possessed of financial ability to a marked degree, and left 
to liis children a handsome fortune; lie moved, late in life, 
to Washington Co., 'J'exas, and tlie town of Whitman in 
that State was named for him ; he d. i\Iarcli 2G, 1873, noted 
for his kind benevolence and charitable disposition; 12 c. 



934 THE DESCEXDAXTS OP^ 

13900. 1. ]\L\KY Ellkn', 1). Ik-dford Co., Tenn., Au^^. 5, ISS-i; 
111. Dec. 23, 1S51, Elder A. D. Ti-imLle ; residence, Seymour, ]\ro. ; 
10 c. 

13991. Ada Axx Tkimi;le8, b. Oct. 23, 1S52; m. July 23, 1872, 
CLark'3 A. Jolmso]) ; residence, Ilowel], Liiicohi Co., Tenn. ; J- c. 

13992. Mary Triml)le J()h^son^ b. May 15, 1874 ; d. Oct. 10, 1875. 

1399:1. Aunio Ella Johnson^ b. Oct. 8, 1875. 

13994. Archie Aaron Johnson'', b. 3Iay 19. 1878 ; d. Nov. 8, 1879. 

13994a. Eva Bertha Johnson^ b. July 9, 1884. 

13995. JosECH Eaton Tkimble^ b. Aug. 13, 185-4. 

13996. Ella Xkwsox Tkimulk^ b. Oct. 10, 1850 ; m. March 3. 
1882, M. L. Patterson; a school teaclier ; she d. May 4, 1882. 

13997. Eva Alma Tktmble^ b. March 28, ISGO; m. Aug. 2S, 
1881, James McMaluni ; a farmer ; residence, AYaldo ; 1 c. 

13998. Rosa Leach McMahon^, b. April 20, 1883. 

13999. IIoEACE AValter Trlmble\ b. July 18, 1802. 

14000. Eugene Thimble^ b. June 3; d. July 7, 1864. 

14001. Almeda Coka TKntBLE^, b. Aug. 7, 1806. 

14002. James AViiitm.ain TK1MBLE^ b. ^[ay 23, 1809. 

14003. CnARLF.s Johnson Tkimble^, b. Jan. 21, 1871. 

14004. Edward GpwIgsby T^vIMBLE^ b. July 4, 1870. 



14005. 2. Kacuel', b. Nov. 9; d. Xov. 10, 1835. 

14000. 3. Daniel Pkesley', b. Feb. 0, 1837 ; d. July 2, 1852. 

14007. 4. James William^ b. Lincoln County, Xov. 28, 1838 ; 
m. Oct. 4, 1877, Ann E. Ilutton ; she d. Sept. 8, 1882; a farmer: 
P. O. Rich Creek, Marshall Co., TeniL ; no issue. 

14008. 5. Edwakd Doak', b. Lincoln Co., Xov. 12, 1840; m. 
Montgomery Co., Texa«, April 25, 1873, ]\Iary W. Corley ; a 
farmer ; residence, Montgomery, Texas, where he d. Sept. 14, 
1875 ; family reside at Montgomery ; 2 c. 

14009. Walter Iredell^ b. Feb. 2, 1874. 

14010. Mary Almeda\ b. Washington Co., Texas, Dec. 27, 1875. 



14011. 6. Elizabeth Carr^ b. April 30, 1842; m. Sept. 29, 
1804, Elijah Martin Ousley; a real estate agent; residence, Win- 
chester, Tenn. ; 3 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 935 

14012. EoTiERT L. Ouslfa", h. July 16, 1SG5; d. . 

14013. Allie F. OLTSLEY^ b. July 6, 1871. 

14014. James P. Ousley^ b. April 11, 1ST3. 



14015. 7. lv:)BERT IIarkisox'', b. M;Trch 4, 1S44 ; at the a^-e of 
seventeen enlisted in the Soutliern army ; lie received eleven wounds 
at the battle of Sharpsburg, and lost his left leg by amputation ; 
has been deputy sheriff of Lincoln Co., Tenn. ; P. 0. Mulberry, 
Tenn. ; unmarried. 

14016. 6. Walter Carrington'', b. Dec. 25, 1846; m. Mont- 
gomery Co., Texas, April 15, lb75, Lissetta E. Brown; a farmer; 
residence, Montgomery, Texas ; 5 e. 

14017. Jerry WoRs^AM^ b. Feb. 20, 1876. 

14018. Horace Edward^ b. Oct. 21, 1878; d. Aug. 26, 1879. 

14019. John Brown^ b. Sept. 24, 1881. 



14020. J0SEPHIXE^ 

14021. Joseph^ 



I b. April 28, 1886. 



14022. 9. Fan^xie Madeltxe', b. Jan. 20, 1849; m. June 22, 
1875, Edward X. Grigsby, b. limestone Co., Ala., June 22, 1848 ; 
a planter ; residence, Elkton, Teim. ; 2 c. 

14023. Eva May Grigsby^ b. Dec. 6, 1877. 

14024. Edward K. Grigsby^, b. March 27, 1881. 



14025. 10. George Puillirs', b. Jan. 18, 1851 ; d. Nov. 16, 1854. 

14026. 11, Elder Charles Deboze^, b. Barnsville, Ala., March 
23, 1855 ; ]n. New Market, Ala., Dec. 23, 1880, Emma Dale Jones ; 
he studied three years at Bethel College, Russellville, Ky., but left 
the year before graduation, in 1877 ; since that time has been en- 
gaged in teaching and preaching ; was for two years engaged as a 
home missionary by the Baptist Association of Webster Co., Mo. ; 
was engaged in teaching and preaching at Willis, Texas ; at present, 
taking a partial course of study in the Southern Baptist Theological 
Seminary, Louisville, Ky. ; the family reside near Xew Market ; 5 e. 

14027. Alix Florence^ b. Sept. 25, 1881. 

14028. Lessie Jones^ b. June 27, 1883. 

14029. Robert William^ b. Feb. 15, 1885. 



93G . THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14029a. Nellie Suk\ 1). Old Danville, Tex., Jan. 21, 18S7. 
14029b. E^)^VAKD Walter r,0YCE^ h. Xcw :\rai-ket, Jan. 1, 1SS9. 



14030. 12. Sallie Jones'', b. Burnsville, Ala., March 19; d. 
"Winchester, Tcnn., June 5, 1857. 



14031. VII. Eleanor Chase", b. Hopkmton, N. H., 
Aug. 25, 180G; m. 1. Dec. 28, 1824, Dr. P. Y. Thornton; 
they resided at Meadesville, Halifax Co., Va., where he d. 
March 13, 1829 ; nL 2. Bedford Co., Tenn., Jan. 27, 1835, 
Edward Darnabv ; lie d. Oct. 11, 1871 ; 6 c. 



14032. 1. Sarah P. TnoENTon^, b. April 10, 1827; Jn. Oct. 8, 
1850, George E. Pochelle ; residence, Lownidesborongh, Tenn., 
Tvhere he d. Dec. 24, ISGH ; 2 c. 

14033. Ellen Rochelle^, b. June 17, 1852. 

14034. EsTELLE G. RocuellfA b. 'Nov. 22, 1854; m. Lincoln 
Co., Tenn., May 22, 1872, MiUon E. Shofner ; 1 c. 

14035. Nora C. Shofne^^. b. July 1, 1SS2. 



14036. 2. M. Ellex Darnaby\ b. Dec. 3, 1835 ; in. Nov. 15, 
18G0, Webb K. Shofner; residence, Xew Market, where he d. 
Nov. 23, 1880 ; 6 c. 

14037. Daniel K. Shofner^, b. Oct. 7, 1SG5. 

14038. Ella C. S^OFNER^ b. Sept. 4, 1867. 

14039. Claud Webb SnoENER^, b. Jan. 11, 1870. 

14040. N. CoEA Shofner^, b. Sept. 18, 1871. 

14041. A. Boone Stiofner^, b. Nov. 5, 1873. 

14042. Edward C. Shofner^, b. Sept. 8, 1875. 



14043. 3. Mary A. Darnaby^, b. Nov. 13, 1837; d. Oct. 25, 
1838. 

14011. 4. Daniel E. Darnaby^, b. March 19, 1839; 1801, he 
enlisted in 7th Ala. Infantry, and was discharged on acconnt of ill- 
health ; he afterwards j.vhu'd the 4th Ala. Cavalry, and Jnly 27, 
1864, was Avonnded near Atlanta, Ga. ; he d. Sept. 2, 1864, from 
the effects of the amputation of his leg ; unmarried. 



JOHN WIIIT.MAN OF WEYMOUTH. 937 

14:045. 5. PiiROMiE IT. Darxahy', b. Dec. IS, 1S40 ; iii. Madison 
Co., Ala., March 5, iSGT, Alfred lianibrick ; be d. Dec. 20, 1^S3 ; 
she resides at Xew Market ; 4 c. 

14040. Eleaxok E. IIambkick^ b. Aug. 2, ISOS. 

14047. CoKA E. ir.AMBpacK\ b. Oct. 23, ISG'J ; d. Dec. 24, 1S70. 

1404S. OscAK P. nAMi)KicK\ b. Jail. 14; d. Aug. 22, 1874. 

14049. EsTELLi: P. HA^reKICK^ b. Aug. 5, 1877. 



14050. G. "William IT. Dakxauy', b. Julv 15, 1848; unmarried; 
be enlisted, Nov., 1801, in 4tb Teim. Infantry; was ca})tured at 
Fort Donaldson, Feb., 1802, and held a prisoner at Camp Morton, 
Indiauapolis, till Aug. 18, 1802, when be was e.xcbtinged at Vieks- 
burg, Miss. ; was in the siege of Vickslnirg. the bombardment of 
Port Hudson, La. ; M'as taken prisoner, Dec. 0, 1803. at Knoxville, 
Tenn., and after that saw no active service ; residence, Mulberry, 
Teun. 

14051. YIII. Col. William FEN^-o^ b. Halifax Co., 
Va., March 27, 1809; dl 1. Halifax Co., Va., 1834, Ann 
ByrdPo\Yell; d. Feb. 26, 1850; m. 2. May, 1853, Unity 
Miller; d. May 1, 1858: ni. 3. March 3, 1859, Diadamia 
Spain; d. Aug. 2G, 1876; m. 4. June 7, 1877, D. F. 
Strother; 1834, be moYcd to Alabama, where he has since 
resided; a, merchant and farmer; residence, New Market ; 
9 c, all but eldest b. New Market. 



14052. 1. Thomas Walter', b. Madison Co., Ala., Feb. 20, 1S;35 ; 
m. MarsbaU Co., Ala., Oct. 8, 1868, Sallie P., daughter of Thomas 
and ]\[aiy Jane (Gilbrcathj Xoble, b. Jan. 17. 1847; was for some 
years a merchant ; is now farming at Summit, Blount Co., Ala. ; 4 c. 

14053. Laura Euxa^', b. Sept. 3, bSG9. 

14054. Presley Amigox', b, Jan. 0, 1872. 

14055. HoLLis Pouert^, b. Jan. 25, 1874. 
14050. Mary Maud'', b. ^lay 21, 1880. 

14057. 2. PtEiiEccA Alice', 1). Dec. 10, 1S3G; m. Xov. 8, 1855, 
Zachariah Pichard, son of Zachariah and Tiebecca (Shackelford) 
Pettey, b. ]S'ew Market, Aug. 25, 1831 ; a mercliant ; residence, 
New Market ; 4 c, all b. Paris, Lamar Co., Texas. 



938 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

1405S. William ALi;]:irr Pkttfa-, b. June 1, 185S. 

1-1059. ^[XIIY IIaKUIE PETTEY^ l). Fcl). 2i\, ISOO. 

IJ-OGO. AValtek Sydney PETTEY^ ■!). '}.lay 11, 1S02 ; d. Xov. 18, 
1805. 

14DG1. Texanna Whitman Tettey^ b. July 12, 18G0. 



14062. 3. Capt. William Robert", b. Feb. G, 1838 ; m. Warrcu- 
ton, Ala., Xov. 8, ls51), Katie Kilt'oyle ; slie d. Julw 1882; he Avas 
a clerk for his father till the outbreak of the war, and Sept., ISGl, 
enlisted in the Confederate army, bein-j: finally eoniniissioned as 
captain ; at the close of the war he entered into a partnership with 
his father, which continued for many years; 1871-72, he was in 
business in XasliYille, Tenn. ; 1^73-7-1, in business af Decatur, 
Ala.; he then returned to Xew Market, remaining till the spring 
of 1882, when he engap;ed in the lumber business in Georgia ; in 
Oct., 1884, he removed to Kashville, Tenn., where he now resides; 
6 c. 

140G3. Walter Kilfoyle*, b. Sept. 28, 1860 ; moved to W^aco, 
Texas, in 1886, where he has organized the Western Book Asso- 
ciation. 

14064. Mary Fexno^, b. Sept. 1, 1864. 

14065. Albert Emmett-, b. May 15, 1867. 

14066. TiiEOLA Kate^, b. Jan. 1, 1870. 

14067. Dayton^, b. June 6, 1873 ; d. Jan., 1874. 

14068. Yela Byrd^ b. Dec. 23, 1877. 



140G0. 4. James PiriLir', 1). June 4, 1840; m. Guntersville, 
Ala., Feb. 22, 1866, Mollie Gilbreath ; he Avas an officer in the Con- 
federate army ; since 1867 has been engaged in business at Gunters- 
ville, Ala. ; S c. 

14070. Edward Fenxo^ 1). Dec. 38, 1866. 

14071. Montgomery Gilbreath^, b. Sept. 28, 1868. 
. 14072. Albert Powell'', b. :\[arcli 4, 1871. 

14073. PtOBERT Emmett^ b. Jan. 14, 1874. 

14074. JouN ALEX.^ b. Dec. 27, 1875. 



14075. HoRACP:^ \ 

14076. HoLLIs^ ) 



b. July 17, 1880. 



JOHN WIIlT^rAN OF WEYMOUTJL 939 

M0T7. Salijf. TkxannaI b. Xov. 28, 18S2. 



14078. 5. Mauy Logax', 1.. Nov. 13, 1812; in. April 5, 18GG, 
Thomas, son of AVilliain and ^Larv Susan iS^icliols, 1). Marcli 8, 1835 ; 
a niercliant ; residence, ±\ew ^Mai'ket, wliere she d. Jan. 3, 1881 ; 5 c, 

11079. William XicnoLs\ h. ^slay 9, 18^7. 

11080. DouA XicHOLs^ I). April 23, 18G9. 

14081. JIoKACE XicnoLS-, b. Aug. 17, 1871. 

14082. Otis Xichols^ b. Sept. 3, 1874. 

14083. Cecil Xiciiols\ b. Xov. G, 1876. 

14084. G. Texaxna*. b. Jan. 5, 1845; m. March 27, 1877, John, 
sou of Benjamin and Ehoda Ann (Paxon) Lawler, Ij. Sept. 2, 1827; 
a farmer ; residence, Brownsborongh, Ala., where she d. Jan. 3, 
1878; 1 c. 

14085. Texanna Lawlek'^ b. Jan. 3, 1878; d. Feb. IG, 1882. 

1408G. 7. Albert Fexxo^, b. March 29, 1847; ni. Dallas Co., 
Ala.,, Dec. 8, 1875, Alvadora~, daughter of Waltei- Carrington^ and 
Priscilla (Ilcarns) TVhitman, b. Lowndes Co., Ala. ; he graduated 
at the Lebanon (Tenn.) Law School, June, 1871, and settled at 
Nashville, in the practice of his profession; Se])t., 1882, was elected 
public administrator; residence, Nasliville ; 5 c, three of whom d. 
in infancy ; those living are : 

14087. Texie Ella^ b. Aug. 6, 1882. 

140S8. William Sattee White^ b. Dec. 5, 1883. 



14089. 8. BuFus PEESLEY^ b. Aug. 30, 1854; m. Oct. 27, 1875, 
Viola Davis of Madison Co., Ala. ; a commercial traveler ; residence, 
Xew :\rarket ; 3 c. 

14090. IxEz GoRDox^ b. Oct. G, 1876. 

14091. Eva 'Mx\\ b. April 20, 1879. 

14092. Davis Ervix^ b. July 22, 1882. 

14093. 9. Dr. Emmette Goroox', 1j. April 7, 1856 ; he graduated 
at Medical Departuient of Nashville University, 1878 ; d. unmarried, 
at Crested Butte, Col., Aug. 20, 1882. 



9-10 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

1400-i. IX. Walter Carkington", b. Meadesville, Ya., 
A])rll 10, 1811; m. LovN'ndesborougli, Ala., Dec. 2G, 
1841, Priscilla, daughter of Thoni.'is and xVbigail (Ileanie) 
Ileariie, b. Marcli 28, 1821; 1849, lie moved, with his 
family, to Louisiana, and d. Greenwood, Caddo Paiisli, 
La., Aug. lo, 1852; his M'idow resides Nashville; 4 c., 
three b. Lowndesborough, one b. Greenwood, Ala. 



14095. 1. Alvadoka^ "b. Doc. 17, 1S44 ; lu. Dec. 8, 1875, Albert 
Feniio^, son of William Fenno*^ and Aim Byrd (Powell) Wliitnian, 
b. March 29, 1S47 ; see line. 

14090. 2. Thomas Kast', b. June 13, 1846; m. Selma, Ala., 
Nov. 10, 1870, Ella Haniblin, daughter of Littleton and Mary Ann 
(Pearce) Edvrards, b. Dec. 8, 1852 ; he joined the Confederate anny, 
1864; was attached to Pillow's Brigade; served actively till the 
evacuation and capture of Mobile ; was paroled, May, 1865 ; a 
farmer ; residence, Benton ; 5 c. 

14097. DoKA Peakl«, b. Dec. 25, 1871. 

14098. AxDitEw ITeakne^ b. AEay 23, 1874. 

14099. Fkaxk Edwards^ 1). Aug. 12, 1876. 

14100. Joseph Thomas^ b. Sept. 24, 1879 ; d. June 9, 1881. 

14101. Walter ElvERs^ b. Dec. 3, 1881. 



14102. 3. William Fexxo', b. Dec. 20, 1847 ; d. July 23, 1S52. 

14103. 4. Saeau Cariungton'', b. Aug. 7, 1852; d. Oct. 24, 
1853. 

14104. X. James Kast'', b. Meadesville, Va., Dec. 13, 
1813; m. Lowndesborough, Ala., Nov. 28, 1837, Mary 
Brown McCall, b. Camden, S. C, Jan. 15, 1818 ; d. :\rarcli 
15, 1874; he resided at Lowndesborough, and d. there, 
March 23, 1880; 15 c, three of whom d. unnamed m in- 
fancy ; all b. Lovv'ndesborough. 



14105. 1. Sallie Kast', b. Sept. 16, 1838 ; m. April 14, 1859, 
Dr. Philip Noble Cilley, b. E. Wcare, N. IL, March 9, 1821 ; resi- 
dence, Lowndesborough ; 2 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 941 

14106. Elizabeth Louisi: Cillky^, b. June 4, ISOO. 

14107. Rosa Bibb CILLEY^ b. Sept. 6, isr>2. 



1410S. 2. Hugh Bl-chanan\ 1). Feb. 0, 1S40; d. Riclmumd, Ya., 
June 9, 1SG2, from the elTecfs of a wouiul received in the battle of 
Seven Pines, June 1, 1S02 ; unmarried. 

14109. 3. Cecil Daxiel', 1). Oct. 1, 1S41 ; m. Feb. 10, 3S63, 
Marj Clara Reese, b. LoAvndesborougb, Oct. 7, 1S40 ; lie enlisted in 
tlie C. S. A. army and was shot through the shoulder at the first 
battle of Malvern Hills. Julv 1, 1SC2 ; residence, Lowndesborough ; 
5 c. 

14110. Augustus Cilley^, b. Feb. 18; d. Feb. 19, 1SG4. 

14111. Elizabeth Allen^, b. June 27, 1SG5. 

14112. Maey Cl.u'.a^, b. March 6, 1S70. 

14113. Annie Dave/, b. ^larch 1, 1871. 

14114. Julia Robinson'^, b. Feb. 19, 1875. 



14115. 4. ^\\"ALTEr: Cat;kixgton', b. Aug. 2, 1843 ; d. Oct. 3, 1844. 

14116. 5. Maegaket Salmond", b. Feb. 19, 1845; m. Xov. 23, 
1866, Thomas Franklin Holly, b. Talladega Co., Ala., Xov. 13, 
1833 ; residence, Lo-^mdesborough ; 2 c. 

14117. Hugh CiLLEY Holly^ b. Sept. 14, 1867. 

14118. Thomas Belvin Holly^, b. Sept. 17, 1869. 



14119. 6. JAiiEs Kast, Jii.% b. Sept. 12, 1847; d. McDade, 
Texas, July 18, 1873; was in Confederate army; unmarried. 

14120. 7. Tiio^iasMcCall', b. Sept. 28, 1850; residence, Bren- 
ham, Texas. 

14121. 8. Parthenia Haetwell% b. Sept. 27 ; d. Sept. 29, 1852. 

14122. 9. WiLLiA^i Robert'', b. Sept. 29, 1853; d, Montgomery, 
Ala., Jan. 26, 1873. 

14123. 10. Harrison Carr% b. Oct. 21, 1855 ; residence, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

14124. 11. Maky Irvin^ b. Dec. 23, 1857. 

14125. 12. John Halifax'', b. Aug. 28, 1861. 



942 thp: descendants of 

14126. Lydi.v' (529), Zecliariali\ Jolin^ Zecliarinir, 
John\ b. Stow, ; m. 1. William Howe; m. 2. Thad- 
deiis Gibson ; is said to have had lie. by her 1st m. ; resi- 
dence, Heimiker. 

14127. Mekcv^ (;")30), Zechariall^ Jolnr', Zecharialr, 
John\ b. ; m. Patten Tailor; settled at Montague; 
is said to have had 15 c. 



14128. Isaac' (533), Charles', John^ Zeclmrialr, John\ 
b. Stow, Feb. 16, 1760; m. July 1, 1781, Susanna Gates; 
he d. without issue, Aug. 15, 1791 ; she is said to have m. 
again. 

14129. Catharine'^ (534), Charle3\ Jolnr^ Zecharialr, 
John\ eldest daughter of Dr. Charles^ b. April 30, 1761 ; 
ni. June 19, 1780, Judah, son of Silas and Betse}^ AYeth- 
erbee, b. April 13, 1755; d. Stow, about Dec., 1835; they 
resided for a"\vhile in Stow, Mass., and afterwards removed 
to Waterford, Me.; she d. Boston, about 1843; 11 c. I. 
Charles^; II. Betsey^; III. Amelia''; IV. Catharine^: Y. 
Charlotte*^; YI. Jane Whitman^; YII. Judah''; Ylll. 
Isaac°; IX. Jacob*'; X. Anna S.^ ; XL Mary". 

14130. I. Charles Wetheebee'\ b. Nov. 30, 1781; is 
said to have married, and d. N. Y. City, about 1825; 
nothing further known. 

14131. II. J^ETSEY AYetiieebee'', b. March 8, 1783; d. 
about 1833, at ^^Tarlborougli, Mass.; unmarried. 

14132. III. Amelia AYethebee", b. Dec. 4, 1784; m. 
Sept. 17, 1810, Darius AYilkins, b. Feb. 26, 1774; d. Nov. 
23, 1858; she d. June 23, 1843; residence, Norway; 5 c. 

14133. 1. Julia AYiLKLNs-, b. Norway, Me., ISIG ; m. xiiig. 21, 
1844, Levi, son of Icliahod and Enniec Bartlett, b. Norway, Me., 
1820; a fanner; residence, West Point, Neb.; she d. Oct. 21, 
1886 ; 3 c. 



joiix WHrr-A[A.v of WEY-AiorTii. 943 

14134. ^Mafrtck S. r)AinLKTT\ 1). Anddver. Mass., April 4, 1S4G ; 
m. April 4. 1ST2, ^hiry M. Selali ; editor of the West Point 
Ih?i)vl)l''can ; residence, West Point. Neb. ; no issue. 

14135. Ida Z. Baktli:tt^ 1). Xoi-way, ^Le.. ]\ra_v 7, 184S; m. 
June 2, 18G7, Edgar X. Sweet; a lawyer; residence, "West Point; 
1 c. 

14136. Edna B. Sweet'', b. Chilton, Wis., Maj- 13, 1870. 

14137. Peknapj) Baktli:tt\ b. Vigo Co., Ind., June 24, 1S5S ; 
m. April 9, lsS2, Lettic Francis ; a fai-nier ; residence, AVest Point ; 
1 c. 
14137a. Levi Francis Bartlett-', b. Custer Co., Neb., April 21, ISSG. 



14138. 2. Cathakixe W. WilivIxs', b. Aug. 1, 1818 ; m. Oct. 3, 
1842, William, son of John and Arm (Marland) Gledliill, b. York- 
sliire, Eng., xVug. 11, 1812; he came to the United States, Oct., 
1837 ; a fai'mer ; residence, Sterling. Ks. ; 5 c. 

14139. John X. GLEDniLrA b. Xorway, Me., Aug. 11, 1843 ; d. 
unmarried, ] Brooklyn, Ta., Jan. 7, 1873. 

14140. Axx A. Gledhili;'. 1). So. Andover, Mass., June 23, 
1845 ; m. Feb. 25, 180G, William H. Smith ; 2 c. 

14141. Katie A. Smith», b. June 22. 1S67. 

14143. Nellie F. Snlith^ b. Dec. 10. 1868 ; m. Nov. 20. 1888, John Ryan ; resi- 
dence, Schuyler, Neb. 

14143. ]\[aey :\[. Gledhtli/. b. So. Andover, .Alass., July 22, 
1847; m. Sept. 25, 1875, Thomas Gannon; residence, Brooklyn, 
la. ; 2 c. 

14144. Katie May Gannon^ b. Dee. 15. 1876. 
HUo. Laura R. Gaunon^ b. Oct. 1, 1S83. 

1414G. Makia W. Gleduill'', b. So. Andover, Mass., March 25, 
1851 ; m. Andrew Xesbitt ; residence, Los Angelos, Cal. ; 2 c. 

14147. Alice Maud Nesbit'. b. March 9, 1872. 

14148. Orah M. Ne^bit^ b. Oct. 7, 1878. 

14149. Geokge if Gleohile^ b. So. Andover, Dec. 31,1852; 
unmarried ; a farmer ; residence, Kansas. 



1415U. 3, Sameel X. WiLKiNs", b. Jan. 4, 1824; m, June 21, 
1852, Martha i5artlett ; was a master mechanic on the Erie Eail- 
road ; he d. Jersey City, May 10, 1S44 ; 4 c, none man-ied. 

14151. Edward Wilki:ss'', b. 1853 ; d. March 24, 18G3. 



944: THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14152. ItosAMOND S. AViLKixs'', 1). April 10, 1855. 

14153. Julia B. AVilkixs"^, I). Oct. ID, 1S5C. 

14154. Edith AVii.kins', b. Julv 2, 18^5 ; d. Aug., 1808. 



14155. 4. Gkorce "\ViLKixs~, 1). Kov. 1,1825; iniinamecl ; resi- 
dence, West Point, Xeb. 

14150. 5. IIen-ky ■\^"ILKI^-s^ b. Xov. 1, 1825 ; id. April 12, 1849, 
Cvrcna L., daughter of Sevinour and Sopbronia (Hutchins) Hub- 
bard, b. Aug. 22, 1828; d. Xov. 5, 1885; residence, 75 AEyrtle .st., 
Lowell, Mass. ; 5 c. 

14157. Enxa C4ertuude AYjlkins^, b. April 7, 1855 ; d. Aug. 14, 
1864. 

14158. Hekbeet E. WilkixsS, 1). Aug. 1, 1857 ; ni. Sept. 6, 1883, 
Helen ]\I., daughter of CUiai'les and Anna Avice (Craddock) Coburn ; 
residence, 40 7th st., Lowell, Mass. ; no issue. 

14159. IsADORE IIoKTExsE WiLKixs-, b. Juuc 20, 18G1 ; unmar- 
ried. 

14160. Elmer Ciianning WilkixsS, b. April 16, 1866. 

14161. Alton AVecber AYilkins^ b. March 3, 1869. 



14162. IV. Catharine Wetherdee", b. May 26, 1787; 
Di. Jan. 17, 1807, William, son of Jeremiah and Annie 
(Fowler) Hobbs, b. April 2, 1781 ; d. Feb. 19, 1843; they 
settled at Norway, Me. ; she d. 1864; 7 c, all b. Norway. 



14103. 1. Charlotte Sophronia Hobbs', b. Oct. 29, 1808 ; m. 
April 23, 1832, Dr. Nathaniel, son of Edward and Elizabeth (Leavitt) 
Grant, b. Lebanon, Me., Feb. 24, 1804 ; residence, Ossipee, N. H. ; 
6 c. 

14164. Dr. William Henry Gr.int^ b. Wakefield, N. H., Oct. 
23, 1834; in. 1. Nov. 29, 1859, Louise A., daughter of Nathaniel 
and Hannah (Eoberts) Ambrose, b. Nov. 2, 1834 ; d. Jan. 29, 1865 ; 
m. 2. April 23, 1866, Fanine Mehitable, daughter of Henry Clinton 
and Meliitable Wyman (Clement) ]^Ligoon, b. Nov. 18, 1841 ; he 
graduated at the Medical School, Dartmouth College, 1859 ; is 
settled in the practice of his profession at Ossipee Centre. N. H. ; 1 c. 
141C5. "Willie Clinton Grant-', b. April 20, 1867 ; d. Dec. 2, 1809. 



JOHN wiiiTMAx OF ^\^■:YMO^T^. 945 

141G0, Da. Gaspak Spirzhkim Grant, INLD.*^, b. AVakciicld, 
Feb. 6, ISotK lie graduated at JJartinoutli College and Harvard 
]^ledical Seliuol, and entered tlie ai-niy at tlie oiitltreak of the war; 
d. Saratoga Hospital, Washington, ]). C, Ang. 14, 1S05, M'hiJe on 
duty as a surgeon in the ai'niy. 

14167. CiiAKLKs ■\VniT>[Ax Gkaxt^, b. Ossipee, Oct. 1, 1S3S ; d. 
July 1, 1878. 

14168. AIary Ellen Gkant', h. Ossipee, Sept. 5, 1840; d. iSTor- 
way, Me., Sept. 29, 1841. 

14169. Mary Ellen Grant^ b. Aug. 29, 1842; m. Sept. 19, 
1868, Charles B. Gaii'ney ; a lawyer; residence, Tiochester, X. H. ; 
she d. Jan. 20, 1887 ; no issue. 

14170. Charlotte M. Grant*, b. Ossipee, July 26, 1844 ; m. 
Sept. 5, 1870, Arthur L. Hodsdon ; a hnnber merchant; residence, 
Ossipee; 3 c. 

14171. Walter Grant Hodsdon', b. Aug. 9, 1871. 

14172. Herbert A. Hodsdon^ b. Nov. 18, 1873. 

14173. Marv Ellen Hodsdon^ b. Nov. 3, 1879. 



14174. 2. William Wihtman IIoBns'^, b. Xorway, Me., Hay 28, 
1810; m. June 17, 1840, Sarah Farrington, daughter of Ezelciel 
Merrill, b. Andover, Me., iNov. 15, 1818; d. Lynn, Mass., Xov. 8, 
1883; they settled for a time at Xorway, and later, went West ; he 
d. St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 13, 1876 ; 4 c' 

"Mr, Ho])bs was a native of Kor^way, jSTe., and liis home was in 
his native town until, about 1871, he removed to Minnesota, and 
settled at Swede Gi-ove, on tlie Xorthern l^acitic Eaih'oad, about 60 
miles westward of St. Paul. He there engaged in mercantile pm*- 
suits, conducting a large and successful business until a few weeks 
before his death, wheii he was attacked ^\'ith inllannnation of the 
kidneys. The resident ])hysician having failed to relieve him, he 
went, accompanied by his wife, to St. Paul for treatment, but there, 
too, medical skill ju-oved in vain, and in little more than a week 
death came to end his great sulYering. 

Mr. IIo])bs had the advantage of a superior academic education, 
and for several years was a very successfid instructor of youth, 
having taught on Paris Hill, at Augusta, Andover and many other 
places. At Andover he made the ac(puiintance of Miss Sarah F. 
l^rerrill, daughter of Dea. J*>.ekiel Merrill, whom he married. He 
settled u])on a farni in liis nati^'e town, but Avhen the gold mines of 

60 



940 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

Califoi'uia l^ceame an atlraction, his stirrijiii- nature and i-olnist 
physique could uut witlistaiul tlie temptation. He, witli otliers, 
raised a coiiii>any, of ■vvIjuhi lie was elioseu caj)tain, and they crossed 
tlje ]>lains to the g-oldeu State. After two jt-ars of successful uiininii' 
lie returned to his family, purchased, took up his residence upon and 
impruved, the old homestead at ^Norway Centre. AVhile re.-^idin_i;- 
there he re}>rese))ted the toMii in the Legislature, and held various 
other positions of tru-t. 'Jdirongh the iuliuence of Senator Fe-sen- 
den he received an ap[)ointment in ^\'ashiugron ; hut official life at 
the Capital did not please him, and after two years' service he 
resigned and went into bu.>inc^s in Minnesota, where he became 
widely laiown aiid was univei-sally held in hig'h esteem. 

]\Ir. Ilohbs was richly endowed with both ])hysical and mental 
jioAvers, and, though never seeking jU'ominenco, he always wielded 
a large inlluence. lie was a public-spirited citizen, a wise coun- 
sellor, a true and generous friend, a most indulgent and devoted 
husband and father. His sudden de;ith was a severe blow to his 
family — consisting of wife, son and two daughters — and carried 
si]icere sorrow to a very large circle of relatives and attached 
friends." 

14175. xVdela Sophkonia 1Ioiu;s^, b. July 12, 1842; m. April 
IS, 1807, Hon. John Milton, son of Xathan and Susan (Merrill) 
Adams, b. Ptumford, Me., Sept. 22, 1819 ; he attended the district 
school till ten years of age, when the suddeii death of his father 
demanded that his time should be spent in assisting in the support 
of the family ; foi" the next fi\-e years he worked uj^on the farm, 
receiving such instruction fi'om his mother as time permitted ; 
desiring to secure a college education, he attended, successively, 
Turner Grammar School, Bethel and Bridgeton Academies, sup- 
porting Inmself by teaching school during the winter; in 1839 he 
took charge of Xew ^larket Academy, Kent Co., 3Id., and taught 
successfully for two years, when he was called home by the death 
of a brother ; compelled to abandon the idea of a college course, he 
attended, for two years, the seminary at Gorham, Me., aiid then 
went to St. Hyacinthe College, Canada, where he acquired a thor- 
ough knowledge of French; in 1844 he began the study of law 
with Fessenden S: Deblois, at Portland, also teaching Fiench in 
Mr.. Packard's school for young ladies; in 1840 was admitted to 
the bar and entei'cd upon the practice of his profession; in 1848 he 
entered into partnershi]> with the late John A. Poor, the distin- 
guished railroad projector and writer ; in 1850-51 he made a visit 



JOHN 'WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH, 91-7 

to Eiiro])c, actinir as coj-respondeiit of tlie RaUroail Jrno'xal of 
Kew Yorlv ; on las return lie \va^ appointed Colonel on the stalf of 
Gov. Hubbard ; in 1S05 he tenipoi-arily assumed the editorial chair 
of the Eci-iti.rn Arnus while the editor. John Appleton, was serving 
as Secretary of Leuation at London ; in Js.")!) was appointed reporter 
of judicial business and edited Yoh. X LI. and XLIL of the ]Mai]ie 
reports; he formed, about tliis time, a partnership with Hon. 
Xathan Ciiliord. wliicli continued till .Mr. Clilloi'd ^\'as appointed 
Associate Justice of U. S. Supreme Court; he was tlieii selected, by 
the pro]'>rictors of the Ecsfrpn Argu.-'^^ as editin'-in-chief and manag'er. 
a position which, after soTue hesitation, he accepted, and which, he 
has since continuou.:rly held, having become its sole proprietor soon 
after the disastrous iire of ISOO ; the management of one of the 
leading journals of the Eastei*n States, for thirty-two years, has 
brought him, face to face, Mitli the great ]K»litical questions of the 
State and Xation, in the discussion of wliich his ready pen, his lucid 
exposition of facts, and his ])rompt and unreserved opinions, as 
expressed through tlie columns of his ]taper, has won for him the 
confidence of the thinking portion of ins readers ; though often 
solicited to tahe office, he has almost invariably declined, accepting 
once the })0st of County Superintendent of Schools, and twice coji- 
senting to serve his residence town, Decring, in the Legislature; in 
18SS President Cleveland tendered him an appointment as member 
of the Board of A^isitors to the L". S. ]\IiliTary Academy at AVest 
Point, which he acce]ited, as its duties would rerpiire but brief 
service ; his skill as a manager is amply attested by the fact, that 
i\\Q Argus has the largest circulation of any paj^er in the State; 
for the many years he resided in Portland he always took a 
leading part in matters pertaining to the interest and prosperity 
of that city, its public enterprises and the welfare of its citizens ; 
5 c. 

14170. SuPau Merrill Adam3^ b. May 13, 1870. 

14177. Sandi Whitman Adams'', b. Feb. 3, 1874. 

14178. John Milton Adams. 3v.\ h. June 11, 1877. 

14179. Adelo Hobbs Adams'', b. July 20, ISSO. 
14179a. Churles Henry Adams^ b. :klarch 21, 1883. 

1-ilSO. Maktha Ellen Hobi;s\ b. July L, 1844 ; m. Dec. 2, 1872, 
Alvin S., son of Horace and Mary P. (Fobes) AVilcox, b. Wayne, 
O., March 10, Isi;] ; residence, Neche, Dak. ; 1 c. 

14181. Roger Merrill II. Wilcox, b. Dec. 17, 1882. 

141S2. Sarah P^rances IIoI:Bs^ b. June 11, 1847; d. Se])t. 10, 
1851. 



948 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14188. Clahknce WiriTMAx TloniisS, h. June 27, 1S52 ; in. June 
13, 1877, ]\J:-irion BlaiK'liard, tbuiu-liter of Samuel Barber and 
Malviua Amajula (Cliapniaiij Twitcliell, b. Bethel, Me., Kov. 4, 
1855; lie is treasurer and ina.uaa-er of tlie Xow Eni2:laiKl Box Co., 
al Lynn, ]\[a5s. ; residence, O'J Iliuli Piock st., Lynn ; 2 c. 

1'1184. Claivnce Wliilman Hobbs^ Jr., b. Oct. 1, 1878. 
14185. Samuel Tv.-itcliell Hobbs', b. Oct. 29. ISSO. 

14180, 3. Jeremiah '\A"ei.lingtox IIobbs'', b. June 8, 1814; ni. 
April 3, 1843, Fannie Ordwav, dano-bfer of Stephen Greeuleaf. b. 
Aug. 4, 1804; re.-idence, iSorway, Me., ^yllere lie d. Feb. IP), 1871 ; 
3 c. 

14187. AVeletxgton IIonBS^ b. Dec. 25, 1844; d. Oct. 24, 1864. 

14188. C4eokge AVasrix-gtox ]ToBns^ b. Koy. 30, 1845 ; ni. ]\[a_Y 
16, 1876, Ennna Elizabeth, daughter of Ebenezer F. A\"ard^yell, h. 
Jnly 2, 1850 ; residence, Xorway : 2 c. 

14180. Maiy Emma Hobbs"', b. Sept. 10. 1879 ; d. Sepl. G, 18S0. 
14190. Fauuy Greenleaf Uobbs^ 1). Dec. 23, 1880. 

14191. Catiiakixe Sophroxta IIobbs^, b. May 25, 1847; d. Noy. 
20, 1863. 



14192. 4. C^L^iiLES Lesley Hobbs', b. Jnne 10, 1816; d. May 
10, 1834. 

14193. 5. Hexky Hill Hobbs', b. March 13, 1821 ; m. Dee. 14, 
1817, Sarali Parsons, daughter of Simeon and Anna (Heath) AToul- 
ton, b. Ossipee, iS. IL, July 22. 1827; residence, Xol•^vaY ; 7 c. 

14194. Charles Henry ILjbbs-, b. Sept. 15, 1848; m. Sept. 20. 
1884, Mary Eliza, daughter of Oliyer and Mary (Foss) iS'orris, b. 
Wayne, Me., July 26, 1850; residence, Slatersyille, E. I. ; no issue. 

14195. Elizabeth Ann HoBBs^ b. Aug. 21, 1850; ni. 1871, 
A. W. Fatten; she d. Jan. 19, 1873; 1 c. 

14196. John W. Patten'*. 

14197. Albert jMilton HoBBs^ b. June 25, 1851 ; unmarried. 

14198. Frank Moelton 11obbs\ b. Feb. 7. 1853; unmarried. 

14199. Frederick Simeon Hobbs^, b. Dec. 21, 1855; unmarried. 

14200. Kate AVethekbee Hobbs\ b. June 26, 1850; unmarried. 

14201. Charlotte Soiuironta Hobbs^, b. Jan. 27, 1858; nn Jan. 
15, 1883, John Fraiik^ son of George E.' and Mary (Ptandall) Gib- 
son, b. Feb. 28, 1857; residence, Modesto, Cal. ; 2 c. 



JOIIX WIll'lMAN OF ^VEY^[OUTH. 949 



14-202. Addio Gibson', b. June 12, 1«S4. 
14303. Oi-a Gibson% b. Sept. 6, 1885. 



14204. G. Milton Wilkins Horcs', h. April 30, 1S25 ; d. Chelsea^ 
May 20, IS 72. 

14205. 7. CoRNKLius Washington IIor.r>s^, b. June 5, 1S26 ; m. 
Oct. 24, 1S4T, Lucy Jane, dan^-litei' of Jiobinson and Lavinia (Hall) 
Hob1).s ; residence. Inland l^)Ild, Yt., where she d. June ], 1S80 ; 3 c. 

14200. Saluda :S[avaa Hobbs^, b. May 20, 1S4S ; ni. JrJy 10, 1872, 
Albert Freeman, son of Lorenzo D. and Adeline L. (Howard) Berry, 
b. Dee. 19, 1S40 ; a book-keeper ; residence, Woodfords, Me. ; 2 c. 

14307. Elmer Washington Borry'', b. Dec. IG, 1874. 
14208. Mary Adeline Berry^ b. May 8, 1880. 

14209. Mart Emogene Hobbs\ b. Ang. 7, 1851 ; m. Dec. 3, 1871, 
Edward Elmer, son of John Baptiste and Harriet (Triidell) Gonza, b. 
June 9, 1840 ; she d. Nov. 7, 1870 ; he resides at Island Point; 1 c. 

14210. Edith May Gouza'', b. Nov. 1 ; d. Nov. 10, 1876. 

14211. Lavinia Ivobinson Hobi;s^, b. Jan. 13, 1858; unmarried; 
at home. 

14212. V. Charlotte Wetherbee^ b. Jime 20, 1789; 
m. Ileniy Hill ; she d. Providence, R. I. ; was buried in 
west biirvinfj-o-round, which has been removed; is said to 
have left no issue. 

14213. VL Jaxe Whitman Wetiierbef/, b. Jan. 28, 
1791 ; m. Norway, Me., iMarcli IG, 1813, David, son of 
John Fowler, b. Ipswich, Mass., Oct. 31, 1791 ; d. Bridge- 
ton, Me., April 16, 1862; residence, Bridgeton ; for nine 
years was deputy sherift' of the county; she d. Aug. 16, 
1866, aged 75 ; 4 c. 

14214. 1. Catharine Jane Fowler^, b. Dec. 24, 1814; m. Pel). 
27, 1840, Isaac Perley, b. Harrison, Me., March 1, P810; residence, 
Harrison, where she d. Aug. 14, 1881 ; 2 c. 

14215. Miranda Louisa Perley*, b. July 9, 1841; d. Oct. 28, 
1805. 

14210. David Fowletj Peulev^ b. July 4, 1844 ; m. June 22, 
1805, Julia Ann Seribner of Harrison; a farmer; residence, Har- 
rison ; no issue. 



950 THK DESCENDANTS OF 

14217. 2. JoHX AViriTMAX I'^nvLEu", b. Bridu'etoiu June 17. ISIS ; 
m. April 14. 1S42, Lvdla xVu_£!;u&ta, danu;litci of Obedeclmn and 
liet.sey ("Waleott) P.rown, 1^. April 14. ISl'O ; was for tliirty -three 
years a mail c<>iitra''t(>r and stage owner; at present, passen^'er 
conducto]' on iJridg-cton Sz Saco TJailroad ; residence, Bridgeton 
Centre ; 2 e. 

1421S. Elizaketh Augusta Fowlet/. 1>. Xov. 6, 1^13; m. Jan. 
1, 18G2, Henry G., son <jf Henry I), and Mary (Milliken) Twonibly, 
b. April If., 1S40; d. ^\)v. 23, is(33 ; no issue. 

14219. Miranda Jane Fowler^ b. Oct. 9, 1S47: m. Conway, 
IST. II., June 24, 1S05, George AV., sun of James and ]Mary (Snow) 
Emery, b. Poland, Me., Xov. 3, 1S42 ; residence, Bridgeton ; 3 c. 

14220. Jolm Fowler Einoiy", b. Dec. 25, ISGG ; d. Aug. 1, 1867. 

14221. Fred Fowler Emery^ b. Dec. 12, 1SG7. 

14222. John Wliitnian Emery-', b. Feb. 1, 1S70. 



14223. 3. .Miranda Chukch Fowleu", b. Sept. IS, 1S21 ; d. 
Marlborough, Mass., Oct. 2, 1S3G. 

14224. 4. David I^ike Fowler^ b. July IS, 1S2S ; d. March 17, 

183S. . 

14225. YII. JuDAH Wetherp,ee'\ b. Stow, Mass., July 
19, 1794; m. 1. Jan. 4, 1821, :\[iranda Russell, b. Stow, 
June 11, 170G; d. Aug. 4, 1829; m. 2. Dedham, Mass., 
Nov. 28, 1833, Maiy Draper, daugliter of Dr. Ezekiel 
and Mary (Draper) Kingsbury, b. Dedham, Marcli 9, 
1805; be served in the war of 1812; he resided till 1833 
in Sto^v, when he removed to Charlcstown ; at one time 
had a stall in Quincy ^larket, Boston; was also, for 
many years, a milk dealer; he d. Charlestown, Jan. 7, 
1869, aged 74; his ^\idow is still living in Charlestown; 

10 c. 

f 

1422(1 1. Abigail Eveletii AVetheebee', b. Jan. 14, 1S22 ; d. 
Oct. 23, 1S20. 

1422Ga. 2. CnAin.oTTE Hill Wethekbee'', b. Aug. IS, 1S23 ; d. 
June 10, ISSl. 

14227. 3. Ann Jeannette AVethekbee'^, b. April 4, 1S25; d. 
Kov. 1, 1S37. 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOL'TII. 951 

1422S. 4. IIexky IUsself. AVktiierhke", 1). Dec. 14, 1S2T; in. 
Boston, March 4. 1854, ^[argaret, dauglitoi- of Thomas and Mary 
(INIcRae) Weltun, h. Sidney, Cape Breton, ^larch 8, 1834; lie was, 
for many years, engaged in tlie ex])]"ess business ; residence, 2S2S 
AVashington st., li()xl)ury ; c. 

14220. Sakah Ann WETnEi;nEE\ h. ]\[arch 25, 1855. 

14230. Maky Miranda ■\Vetheul!EE^, b. Ang. 24, 1857. 

14231. Xeli.ie Lucketia AYetherkee^ ; d. aged 1 day. 

14232. Enrrn Alma WETnEK]iEE^ b. Dec. 25, 18G1. 

14233. Kate Elsie Wetiiekbee^ b. A]H'il 20 ; d. Aug. 10, 1865. 

14234. Frank Irving AVetherbee^ b. March 3, 18G7. 



14235. 5. John Sibley AVetiierbee', b. Stow, Mass., June 2G, 
1829; m. Asliby, Ajn-il 25, 1858, Harriet AY. AVheeler, b. Ashby, 
Mass., March 16, 1829; residence, 557 E. 158th st., ^\ Y. City; 
5 c, aU unmarried; all but Hal tie J. b. K. Y. City. 

14236. Adella Frances AA^etherbee^ b. ^ov. 8, 1858. 

14237. MiRAJN'DA Eussell AYethekbee^, b. March 5, 1860 ; d. 
March 26, 1861. 

14238. Hattie Jane AYetherbee-, b. Ashby, Nov. 19, 1861; a 
teacher. 

14239. AIary Miranda AYetherbee^ b. Jan. 9, 1864. 

14240. Charlotte AYiieeler AYetherbee'^, b. April 14, 1866. 



14241. 6. Mary Mir/ocda AYetherbee', b. 1834 ; d. aged 5 years. 

14242. 7. Cteoege AYashington AYetherbee'^, b. Feb. 22,1837; 
d. aged 2 years. 

14243. 8. George Edwin AYetherbee', b. Dec. 19, 1841; d. 
unmarried, Feb. 6, 1862. 

14244. 9. Chakles Albert AYetherbee'', b. 1845 ; d. aged 1 year. 

14245. 10. Elizabeth Ford AVetherbee''', 1). Kov. 5, 1847; un- 
married ; resides with her mother, 46 Sever st., Charlestown. 

112-46. VIII. Isaac Wktiiekbee'\ b. July 17, 1797; 
Ml. Sept., 1818, Sophia, daughter of Barnabas and Mary 
Greene, b. Careen wich, 1\. I., Dec. 1, 1798 ; he d. Lawrence, 
Mass., July 18, 18G8, aged 71 ; she resides Lawrence; 8 c. 



952 THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

14947. 1. Isaac Augustus WETiiKrvBEi:', 1). Dec. 6, 1S19; m. 
Feb. 17, 1S4<), Catliarinc AV. Tliaver ; a phutograplier ; residence. 
Io^^'a City, Ta. ; 5 c. 

14L^J7a. CiiAELKs C. AYethekbee^ 1). Boston, Jnno 17, 1S47 ; ni. 
May 11, 1S74, Ettic M. Farnsworth ; a pliotogra2)lier ; residence, 
St. Pan], ]\rinn. ; 2 c, b. Io^s■a Citv. 

14247b. I'liila ^L Welherbee', b. March 2G. 1675. 
14347c'. Harry F. Wetherbeo", b. Sept. 11, 1880. 

14247d. Ida A. AVetheekee^, b. Boston, Feb. 23, 1S49 ; m. Iowa 
City, Jnlj 30, 1571, T. C. Huebner; a lionse painter; residence. 
Ft. Dodge, la. ; 2 c, b. Bnrlijigton, la. 

14247e. George Tliurston Huebner^, b. June 8, 1874. 
14247f. Helen Adaline Huebner', b. Jan. 25, 1877. 

1424 7g-. A^-xiE C. Wetjiekbee^, b. Boston, Jan. IS, 1S51. 

14247h. Cajikie F. Wethekbee^, b. Monroe, "Wis., Xov, 2, 1S50. 

14247i. Haery S. AVetheiibee^ b. Iowa City, Oct. 13, 18G.5 ; d. 
Aug. 12, IS 76. 



1424S. 2. Charles Henry Wetkekbee", b. July IS, 1S21 ; d. 
Sept. 1, 1S42. 

14240. 3. Axx Sophia AYET^EEBEE^ 1). Feb. 12, 1S2G; m. Jnly 
18, 1844, Ciiarles W. Ilackett ; she d. Xov. IS, 1870 ; 5 c. 

14250. Ella Fraxces IIaceett^, b. Xov. 18, 1845 ; unmarried : 
residence, Lawrence, Mass. 

14251. Saeah Axx IIackett^, b. March 25, 1851 ; ni. Oct., 1877, 
Clarence Addison Metcalf ; a Iiardware merchant ; residence, La^^•- 
rence; he d. Feb. 8, 1S83; no issue. 

14252. Chaeles Uexry IIackett^, b. Oct. 15, 1857; d. x\ug. 4, 
1872. 

14253. Jessie Pauuxe IIackett', b. Dec. 1, 1SG7 ; m. Oct. 2t), 
1887, James W. Bailey; residence, Lawrence; 1 c. 

14253a. Mary Pauline Bailey-', b. Oct. 10, 1888. 

14254. AVarrex IIackett^, b. Xov. 2, 1870. 



14255. 4. Sarah Jaxe AVetherbee"^, b, June 1, 1828 ; d. April 
13, 1830. 

14250. 5. KussELL Greexe AVetuerbee', b. Alai-cli 18; d. Anu-.. 
1831. 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 953 

14257. 0. Cakoline AVetheki5kk\ b. ^lay 14; d. May 20, 1S32. 

1425S. 7. George I^oakdmax AVetiieuv.ee^ 1). Dec. 17, 1S35 ; 
imniarried ; employed on lio^ton & Lowell Kailroad ; residence, 
Lawrence. 

14259. 8. Emtey Geeexe AVetherbee', b. Jan. 0, 1839 ; is bead 
assistant in the High School at Lawrence, dramatic critic for the 
Lawrence American^ and a regular contril)utor to the Boston 
Journal' also president of the ** Old Ilesident's Association;" 
unmarried ; residence, La^vi'cnce. 



14260. TX. Jacob Wetherisee^ b. Aug. 19, 1798; d. 
in infancy^. 

14261. X. Ann S. Wetheruee^ b. Nov. 17, 1799; m. 
Stow, about 1827, Charles Newell, b. about 1797; they 
resided ill the South; he d. Pensacola, Fla., Sept., 1868; 
she d. Nasville, Tenn., Dec. 8, 1872, a<^ed 73; 2 c. 



14262. 1. Catharwe Newell^, b. Dover, N. H., Feb. 15, 1828 ; 
m. Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 5, 1844, Benjamin, son of John and 
Eleanor (Shalian) Chandler, b. Tennessee, Dec. 8, 1813 ; they resided 
for nearly twenty years at Chattanooga ; then, after a Ijrief residence 
at Boston, Mass., they settled at Pensacola, Fla., whicli place they 
have since made their home ; he d. Pensacola, Nov, 12, 1877 ; T c. ; 
the sons are all unmarried and reside at Pensacola engaged in the 
lumber trade. 

14263. Blaxche Chaxdler^ b. Dec. 27, 1845 ; m. April 8, 18G9, 
John W. Janet ; residence, Chattanooga ; no issue. 

14264. Ida Cuaxdler-, b. July G, 1848 ; d. Pensacola, Aug. 30, 
1867. 

14265. Jonx Ciiaxdler^ b. Dec. 15, 1850. 

14266. WiLLL\M CuAXDLER^ b. Marcli 24 ; d. Nov. 2, 1853. 

14267. CuARLEs Bartley Cha^'dlerS, |,_ ^r^xi. 4, 1855. 

14268. Bexjamin Chaxdler^ b. Nov. 12, 1857. 

14269. Emma Chaxdler^, b. Jan. 11, 1860 ; a teacher of painting. 



14270. 2. Lucy Whefmax Newell', h. Dec. 13, 1835 ; ni. Oct. 
8, 1852, Col. John C, son of :^[orton N. and Mary (Ballard) Burch, 
b. JelYerson Co., Ga., 1827 ; d. July, 1881 ; he graduated at Yale 



951 THE r)f:SCENJ)AXTS OF 

College, ISJrT, and as a you7i<j, man lie eoniiiicnccd the practice of 
law in Georiria, and later, in jSr>2, at Cluittanouga, Tenii., and soon 
took a ])roinincnt place in his profes.-ion ; he hecanic the leader of 
the Deniooratie jiartv in E. Tennessee, and represented ILnnilton 
County l)otli ill the IIou-^c arid Senate of the State Legislature, and 
was at one time Speaker; in ISoU was selected to edit the Union 
and American^ the ]iart_y organ in the State; he served during the 
war; in 1S02 wa> A'ljutant-General on the stall" of Gen. Fori'est. 
and later, was on the staff of Gen. Gideon J. Pillow; at its ter- 
mination resumed his post of editor after a short hut successful 
period at the har ; ]\[arch 2-1:. IS TO. he was elected Secretary of the 
F. S. Senate, a post he held at the time of his death ; he was a man 
who was highly I'espceted by all who knew hiju, and won the admi- 
ration of his ptditieal enemies as well as of his frieiids ; he was con- 
sidered the best parliamentarian in the State, and was unequaled as 
a political leader ; liis widow resides at 1-iOO "W. J'road st., Ka>,li- 
ville, Tenn. ; S c. 

l-i270a. Mary Ballard Bukch", b. July 13, 1S53 ; d. Aug.. 1S56. 

M271. Catharine Xewell ErRon'', b. Julyl9, 1S56; m. Xov. 
30, 18S0, Leslie E. AVarner ; residence, ^"ashvihe ; 1 c. 
14272. John Burch \Varncr='. b. Sept. 2, I.SSI. 

14273. Mary Ballard 13rKCu\ b. Aug. 4, 18G0 ; m. Sept. 13, 
1SS3, Charles Schiif; American manager of the Erlanger Ihdlroad 
Syndicate, and associate of I'aron von Erlanger. 

14274. MoRTox N. BuKCH*. b. Xov. 10, 1861 ; d. June 4, 1S65. 

,14275. John C. BurcuI b. Sept. 10, 1800; graduated Yale; a 
re])OJ'ter on the Xashville Herald. 

14270. Charles X. Burch ^, b. Dec. 27, 1808; graduated at 
Yanderbilt L^niversity, 1888; a law student. 

14277. EoRERT Lee Burch-. b. Xov. 13, 1870. 

14275. Lucius E. Burch\ b. Dec. 10, 1874. 

14270. XL Mary Wetiieruee", b. Aug. 12, 1803; m. 
1. John Llmiter; he d. 18o4; m. 2. 1S37, Charles Whit- 
man*\ son of L^enjamin and Anna"' (Wbitmau) Hapg-ood, 
b. Doc. 30, 180G; d. No. r;^citiiate, Feb. 13, 1877; she d. 
Aug., 1850; (he m. 2. Nov. 6, 1855, Elizabeth Haley;) 
1 c, see line. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOL'TH. 955 

14280. Eunice^' (535), CliarJes^ Joliu'^ Zeclmnali", Jolin\ 
b. Nov. 30, 17G2; ni. 1. Se|)t. 17, 1785, John, Jr., son of 
John and Abigail (Ilildretli) Eussell, }). Jjittleton, ]\[ass., 
Oct. 29, 17G2; d. suddenly, Princeton, Mass., May 28, 
1799; m. 2. Nov., 1801, Dr. ]\Iartin, son of Adonijab and 
Lydia (Cluu-cb) Howe, h. Priiiceton, Sept. 2, 1770; d. 
lioston, Nov. 1, 1S05 ; at tlie time of bis marriage Dr. 
IIo^Ye was a resident of Barre ; be latei' removed to Boston 
and engaged in tbe practice of bis profession ; liis residence 
was on Mason street ; tbere is a family tradition tbat tbe 
Doctor was one of tbe first pbysicians to use magnetic or 
electric treatment in bis practice ; be is said to bave d. c>f 
yellow fever ; sbe d. of spotted fever, after an illness of 
only fifteen bours, M'arcb 11, 1811 ; tbe Russell bomestead 
was at Princeton ; oc. bylstm. I. Tbomas^; XL Auna'^ ; 
III. Epbraim''; IV. Saral/'; V. Charles''. 

14281. I. Thomas RussELL°, b. Stow, April 13, 178G; 
d. Jan. 26, 1788. 

14282. IL Anna PussetjA b. Jan. 8, 1788; m. April 
28, 1808, Col. Samuel Stevenson; she d. Feb. 20, 1815; 
2 c. 

14283. 1. Sarah Stevenson" ; dead. 

14284. 2. Elizabeth Stevenson" ; dead. 



14285. III. Ephkaim Kussell^ b. Jan. 17, 1789; m. 
(pub. Nov. 27, 1813) Mrs. Sally (Leach) Shepard ; resi- 
dence, Salem, Mass.; she d. April, 1851, aged 09; be d. 
xVpril 21, 1870, aged 81 ; 3 c. 



14256. 1. George liussELL", b. Sept. IG, ISIG; in. Dec. 4, 1843, 
Lvdia Sanborn; lias been postmaster, and also general ticket agent 
of tlie Eastern Ivailroad ; residence, Salem ; no issue. 

14257. 2. Hannah Eussell", b. July 1, 1818; m. Timotliy E. 
Page; a carpenter; residence, Siilem; she d. Nov. IS, 1S7'J ; 1 c. 

14258. James E. PAGE^ b. Sept. 13, 1857; d. March 4, 1S80. 



056 



THE DESCEXDANTS OV 



1-I2S0. 3. Sarah A. 11l-sseli7, 1,. Jan. 23, 1S22 ; m. Daniel II. 
Jewett; a caipenttT ; rosidenee, Salcin ; 3 c. 

l-i290. Saiiaii ErjzAiJKTn Ji:\VKn-\ b. Aug. 25, 1846; m. Dee. 
23, 186S, Charlc-^ C. Perkins ; a civil eno-ineer ; residence, Salem • 
slicd. Feb. 19, IS 75; 1 e. 

14291. Bessie Russell Perkins'\ b. April 2C>, 1871. 

14292. George Russell Jewett\ 1). Ang. 20, 1852; m. June 
13, 1877, Mary L. Tibl)ets ; residence, Salem ; 3 c. 

14293. Holton Breed Jewett", b. April 26, 1878. 

14294. Sarah Elizabeth Jewett '. b. April 26, 1881. 
14224a. Alice Perkins Jewett', b. Oct. 20, 1884, 

14295. Daxiel Lake^lvn Jewett^ b. Jan. 22, 1863; a bank 
book-keeper ; unmarried ; residence, Salem. 



14297. IV. Sarah Russell^ b. March 10, 1701; d 
Littleton, 1804 

14298. V. Charles Russell^ b. Princeton, Mass., March 
4, 1793 ; m. June 14, 1815, Persis, daughter of Samuel and 
Persis (Goodnow) Hastings, b. Princeton, 3Iass., Nov. 27, 
1793; d. Dec. 2, 1885; a merchant, doing business at 
Princeton till 1850, when lie retired from active life, spend- 
ing his winters in Boston and his summers at his former 
home; he d. Boston, Dec. 31, 1882, aged 89; 3 c. b. 
Princeton ; tlie following appeared in the Boston Trcui^cript 
of Jan. 3, 1883: 

_ '' To the Editor of the Tyanscript :~l wish to call atten- 
tion to the career of a venerable Massachusetts citizen-— 
perhaps the last representative of a by-gone generation— 
whose funeral took place yesterday afternoon (Jan. 2), 
yith appropriate services, in the Central Church of tliis 
city. Tlie relatives and friends who attended and took 
their farewell glance of the placid face— reposing serenely 
in the coffin as though it were the customary bed of the 
mortal body—were all impressed by the absence of any 
suggestion of that senility Avhich is apt to ]nark the features 
of extreme old age when physical vitality has departed. 
He seemed not to have died, but to have quietly f^dlen 



JOriN WHITMAN OF WEVMOUTJL 957 

asleep; and 'to be continued' ratlier tliaii 'finis' was 
Avritten in evei}' lineament of that givncions countenance, 
wliicli, in what we call life, ever beamed afiection and vio-- 
orous good-will to all within its view. The man of ninety 
years, lying- there in his shroud, a].)})eared to be the same 
man whom, a few days before, all of us had recognized as 
singularly erect and vigoi'ous for one of his advanced 
years ; and, indeed, it was only an accidental cold which 
brought on a disease, which is as common to youth as to 
age, that l)rought him thus low. On Christmas day, sur- 
rounded bv his children, oj-andchildi-en and ereat-oTand- 
children, the present writer laughingly saiel to him : ' AYell, 
uncle, you will live to write all our obituaries !' and there 
was nothing in his cheerful response which made the 
prophecy impossible. 

This elderly gentleman, Charles Paissell, was a shining 
example of the old style of country gentleman of Xew 
England, He began life with nothing but intelligence, 
frugality and honesty; he never attained the position of a 
man of wealth, and he never strove for it; he was the first 
business man in the town where he lived and of the villao^es 

o 

which surrounded it ; but he so thoroughl}' gave his cus- 
tomers the best o-oods that could be obtained, and charoed 
so small a commission on his sales, that it was impossible 
for him to get rich. lie acquired, however, something 
better than riches — the reputation for intelligence, integritv, 
piety and solid character ; and he became a public man 
and a legislator because he reaUy represented the manly 
and iiitelligent constituency of farmers who sent him to 
the General Court. 

A few years ago I ha])]Tened to meet the late Governor 
Bullock at the ' Wachusett House' in Princeton. As we 
were walking on the piazza of the hotel, conversing about 
the difference between the present and the past method of 
electing members to tlie Massachusetts Senate and House 
of liepresentatives, he suddenly took me by the arm and 



958 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

asked me if I saw tliat li(t1o wliite house, about lialf a milo 
off, sheltered by some trees and bushes. I answered ves 
tlic Governor havino- not the slightest sus])icion that I knev.- 
the house, because foi- more than thirty years I had enjoved 
the cordial hospitality of its inmates. ' Well,' he resumed, 
* I call your attention to that dwelling because it is the 
residence of almost the last surviving s]iecimen of tlie old 
school of our legislators. Mr. Charles Russell li\-esinit: 
and Mdien our rejiresentation was b}' towns, that man was 
chosen to represent I'rinceton because he knew evervbodv 
in it, and consequently everybody knew him. He embod- 
ied Princeton ; he was this town individualized ; he was 
trusted because everybody who voted for him was certain 
he was worthy of being trusted ; and I look upon him as 
one of the best living examples in the whole State of what 
was done in the old time when every voter knew his rep- 
resentative as he knew his friends and neighbors. Such a 
man is wortliv of all resiiect. If vou stay here lono- ^-ou 
should try to make his acquaintance.' It was oidy after 
the Governor had delivered his panegyric that I informed 
him the little ' wliite house' of Princeton was more dear to 
me than the big one at Washington, and tliat I had Cidled 
his model citizen by the name of 'Uncle Pussell' after 
many years of cordial intercourse with him. 

In fact, Charles Russell was for years, on the principle 
of 'natural selection,' the chief man in Princeton — not 
because he sought office but because office sought him. 
He became town clerk and postmaster; from 182G to 1833 
the town insisted on his being its representative in the 
General Court; and then the count}' of AVorcester sent 
him for four years to the Senate. He was then for three 
years annually elected a member of the governor's council. 

Thei-e is one notable fact to be remembered in all these 
indications of the respect which Princeton and Worcester 
County had for ]\fr. Russell. The town and county kncAv, 
of course, tha the was incorruptible as far as money was 



JOnX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 959 

concerned; l)ut tliere is anotlier metliod of coiTU|)lion far 
more subtle in its iniluence tliau tliat addressed to tlie 
greed for illicit ^-ain. This nietliod is, in short, the ap])eal 
to vanity which demoralizes honest peojde more than is 
o-enerally supposed. Certain leaders in tlie ' good society ' 
of the metr(>])olis may, for instance, desire to push some 
schemes intended for their jnivate acUantnge. Thev prob- 
ably buy a vote here and there ; the pni'ciiased representa- 
tive is soon detected by his shrewd constituents, and is 
allowed to escape infamy by being dropped into the 
obscurity of legislative oVdivion to be heard of no more; 
but the parties, the dimiers, the blandishments of fashion- 
able societv, are more likely to corrupt the average rustic 
legislator than any direct appeals to his cupidity. 

Mr. Russell was Mron-clad' bv his conscience and 
inte":ritv to both of these metliods of convertiiio- an lionest 
man into a knave. Hardly any legislator of his time was 
more flattered by invitations to the dinners and parties of 
the 0})ulent ; but he never appeared in any company where 
he did not appear on an easy ecpialitv with an}^ gentleman 
in it; and it was soon seen tliat he was one of that high- 
bred class called by Diyden ' God Almighty's gentlemen,' 
whose inbred courtesy sufiices for all conventional imita- 
tions of it, and who could not be flattered into voting for 
anything against which their conscience and their sense of 
duty to their constituents protested. 

It is impossible for me to say all that I would in cele- 
bration of the virtues of this good citizen, because your 
space is more limited than ni)^ warm love and adnn'i-ation. 
I must therefore close by quoting a stanza from a great 
poet, showing that in old age, after Mr. Russell had left 
politics and business, he cpiietly enjoyed the remunerations 
Avhich a virtuous maturity of manhood lends to a happy 
old age. All who knew and loved him will ever remember 
his erect bearing- when ei^'htv-nine years old. This stal- 
wart erectness of person \vas but the s}"ndjol of a moral 



9G0 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

erectness of stninless iiitciiTit}- tliat feared to look no man 
ill llie eye. So we may say of liim : 

' Thy thoughts aud feelings shnll not die. 
Nor leave thee, when gray liairs iire nigh, 

A mGlanoholy slave ; 
But an old age, serene and bright, 
And lovely as a l/ipland night. 

Shall lead thee to thy grave." e. p. w." 

14299. 1. IIox. CifAitLKS Tai:oi)OiiE Eusskll". L. Xov. 20, 1S15 ; 
m. Dorchester, Mass., June 1, IS-iO, Sa)'a]i Elizabeth, daughter of 
Joseph Ballister, Ij. Boston, ]\Iass. ; he p-adnated from Ilai-vard 
College, 1S3T, and after a year's study in Ilai-vard Law ScIk.xjI 
entered the office of Henry II. Fuller of Boston ; in 1839 he was 
admitted to the bar, and at tlie same time l>eeamo, and for two 
years remained, a partner of ]\Ir. Fuller; in 18-15 his brothei'. T. H. 
Russell, was admitted to the bar. and they formed the lirm of C. T. 
& T. II. Eussell, at 27 State st., Boston, whicli still conthmes under 
the same name, now composed of themselves and theii- sons ; he has 
long been one of the leading lav.yers of Boston and prominent in 
every way ; he represented Boston in the State Legislature in 
1844—45, 1850, and was in the State Senate from Bosto]i in 
1851-52, and from Candjridge in 1877-78; was mayor of Cam- 
bridge, 18G1-G2 ; in 1851 he delivered the Fourtli of July oration 
in Boston ; is a member of many religious and charitable societies ; 
has been, for several years, a lecturer at the Boston Law School ; 
9 c. 

14300. Sai^ah Anx Kcssell^ b. July 27; d. Sept. 17, 1841. 

14301. Elizaueth Ballisteij Russell-, b. Dec. 11, 1842; m. 
Cand.)i'idge, May 20, 1870, George Ilandv, son of Chancellor 
Daniel M. and ^^largaret II. Bates, 1). Dover, Del., Xov. 19, 1845 ; 
a lawyer; residence, "Wiimingti:>]i, Del. ; 2 c. 

14303. Charles Theodore Russell Bai,es^ b. ^ilay 1, 1S71. 
14303. Daniel Moore Bates', b. April 18, 1876. 

14304. Sakah Ann Russell^, b. duly 13, 1844 ; d. June 18, J .^45. 

14305. Josepuene Emma Rt'ssELL^ b. Nov. 5, islG; m. Cam- 
bridge, ]\Iass., June 13, 1877, Ferdiiumd La^lotte, son of Ilemy C. 
and Elizalteth B. Gilpin, b. Baltimoi'e, Md., July 15, 184G; he is 
engaged in iire insurance; residence, Wilmington, Del.; 2 c. 

1430r5. Russell Gilpin', b. May 28, 1878. 

14307. Elizabeth Bates Gili-in^, b. Nov. 2^, 1879. 



JOHX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTn. 961 

1430S, Sarah Louisa JIusskm/, b. Auii;. 25, iS4S ; in. Caiuhrido-e, 
July 2, 1S7S, llev. Danic] ^I., Jr., son of Daviiel 31. and Mai-o-aret 
II. Bates of AYiluiiiipton, Dd.. h. Doc. 5, ls:)2 ; lie was for a time a 
inissioiiary in Cliiiia; Jii> health being affected, he returned and 
was for a thne rector of an E]>i:-co|)al church at Saranac Lake, 
N. Y. ; now rector at Clifton Heights, near riiiladelphia ; -i c. 

14309. Joscphiue Russell Balt-s', b. Shanghai. Jan. 2S, 1880. 

14310. Margaret Hanch' Bates", b, Wilmington, Sept. 2o, 1882. 

14311. Theodora Bates', b. Nov. 17, 18S3. 

14312. Elizabeth Bates^, b. 18S4. 

14313. C!ha.rli:s Theodore IlrssEix, Jr.', b. April 20, 1S51 ; 
unmarried ; in partnership ^A-iTh liis father. 

14314. dosERu Baluster Russell^ b. Oct. 24, 1S52; m. Wil- 
mington, Del., ]Mav 20, ISSO, Lillian Hilly ard, dangliter of ]\[aj. 
Otis S. and Jimie ]\I. ("Warner) Tenney, b. Mt. Sterling, Ky.^ July 
17, 1855 ; lie is a merchant in Boston, having received his mercan- 
tile education in the houses of William Ro])es & Co. and Xickerson 
& Co. ; is also treasurer of Boston Wharf Co. ; residence, 13S Brat- 
tle St., Cambridge ; busine-s address, 114 State st,. Boston ; 4 c. 

14315. Charles Theodore Russell', b. Aug. 23, ISSl. 

14316. Sarah Elizabeth Russell-', b. May 18, 1883. 

14317. Joseph Ballister RusselP, Jr., b. Oct. 24, 1884. 
14317a. Juuie Tenney RusselP, b. Aug. 10, 1887. 

14315. IIexi^y Edw-Uhjs Bussell^, b. Aug. 1, 1S55 ; unmarried ; 
is treasurer of ]S^ew England Grip Co. and American Gi'ip Co., 
Boston. 

14319. Hox. William Eestis Kussell'^, b. Jan. 6, 1857; m. June 
3, 1885, Margaret Manning, daughter of Joshua A. and Sarah 
(Hodges) Swan, b. July 19, LSG2 ; graduated at Harvard, 1877, 
Boston Law School, 1879 ; a member of his fathers firm ; was 
elected mayor of Cambridge, 1885-88 ; was Democratic candidate 
for Governor, ]S ov., 1888 ; 1 c. 

14320. William Eustis RueseU. Jr.S b, April 29, 1886. 



14321. 2. Hox. Thomas Hastings Pvessell', b. Oct. 11,1820; 
m. Oct. 6, 1847, Maria Louisa, daughter of Artemas and Del Louisa 
(Fairbanks) Wiswall, b. AVel-ster, ^^lass., Jan. 13, 1829 ; he gradu- 
ated at Harvard College, L813, admitted to the bar in 1845, and 
went into partnership with his brother; he represented Boston in 
the Legislature in 1853-54, 1857, 1^59; lias been for many years 
trustee of Phillips Academy and Theological Seminary, Audover, 
61 



962 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

Mass., and held tuaiiy {)laeos of important trust ; 5 c, all but eldest 
b. Boston, ^lass. 

l-iSiii. Chaki.ks Fkedekick Kussell^, b. Brookllne, Mass., June 
14, 1.849 ; m. Boston, Jan. 25, 1874, ^[ary S., daughter of John and 
Eleanor (Nickei'so]i) Baxter, b. So. Dennis, ]\[ass., Sept. 15, 1851; 
an insu?'ance broker in Boston, wlicre he d. Islay 21, 1884 ; residence 
3 St. James ave., Boston ; 3 c. 

14823. Thomas Hastin,t;:.s Russeli'^ b. Aug. 31, 1874. 

14334. John Albert KusselP, b. April 3, 1876. 

14335. Charles Frederick Russell', b. Nov. 10, 1877. 

1432G. Annie Louise Russell', b. Nov. IS, 1851 ; m. Dec. 1, 1857, 
Arthur G., son of Daniel Cakhvell and Mary Augusta (Webster) 
Stanwood, b. Augusta, Me,, Oct. 5, 1849 ; is Boston auditor of the 
C. B. & Q. Railroad Co. ; residence, 74 Marlborough st., Boston ; 6 c. 
14337. Kussell Stanwood^ b. Dec. 8 ; d. Dec. 10, 1877. 

14328. Arthur Webster Stanwood\ b. Nov. 23, 1880 : d. Feb. 23, 1S81. 

14329. Margaret Staawood'-', b. Jan. 2 ; d. Jau. 33, 1882. 

14330. Philip Caldwell Stauwood'', b. Dee. 20, 1883. 

14331. Richard Russell Stanwood", b. Dec. 5, 1884. 
14331a. Mary Stanwood% b. Dec. 23 ; d. Dec. 24, 1888. 

14332. Maey LorisE Russell*, b. April 8, 1855; m. Jan. 4, 
1876, Edward, son of Hon. Sanniel II. and Mchitable Summ;r 
(Bates) Wallej of Boston, b. June G, 1852; residence, 5 Oxford 
Terrace, Boston ; c. 

14833. Samuel Hard ^Valley-, b. Oct. 31, 1876. 

14334. Miriam Phillips ^Valley^ b. Dec. 30, 1877. 

14335. Annie Louise ^Valley^ b. Au^. 2, 1881. 
1433G. Theresa Bates ^Val3ey^ b. .May 31, 1884. 

14337. Louise Russell Walley'-', b. 3Iarc]i 31, 18S6 ; d. Dec. 26, 1887. 
14337a. Mary Louise Yv'allcy', b. Jan. 10, 1889. 

14338. Alice Wiswall RussELL^ b. Oct. 5, 1857 ; m. May 24, 
1882, Rev. Henry Porter, son of Henry North and Ada (Dorter) 
Peck, b. Oct. 25, 1853; graduated at Amherst College, 1877, 
Audover Theological Seminary, 1881 ; now pastor of the Cono'refa- 

^ «' ' • ± too 

tional church at Plymouth, N. II.; 4 c. 

14339. Henry North Peck», b. April 15, 1^83. 

14340. Russell Hastings Peck'', b. March 6, 1885. 

14341. Marion Louise Peck^ b. ]\ray 20, 188G ; d. May 5, 1887. 
14341a. ^Villiam Kellogg Peck-', b. Feb. 21, 1889. 

14342. Artuur Hastings Russell^, b. Dec. 1, 1859 ; m. Feb. 
17, 1885, Fannie Estelle, daughter of Franklin S. and Harriet S. 
(Graves) Hunt, b. March 11, 18G0 ; graduated from Amherst College, 
188], Boston Law School, 1884; a mendjcr of his fathers fn-m ; 
residence, Winchester, Mass. ; 2 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 963 



14:543. Holeu Riis?e?ll^ b. Sept. 23, 1S8G. 
14a4:3a. Ruth Ku.-^.seir-', b. Dec. 15, lf?SS. 



143-11. 3. Sarah Axx Kisskll', !>. :MfU-eh 7, 'i^^-J'I; d. Api-il 22, 
1837. 

14345. Dorcas'' (537), Charles"', Jolnr', Zecliarialr, 
Jolin\ b. April 7, 17G0; iii. April 20, 17.S8, Dr. Isaiah 
Wliitncy, b. Harvard, Mjiss., Dec 13, 17(i5; d. Nov, 30, 
1839; 1790, settled at Rindge, N. H. ; slie was drowned, 
near Burlington, Vt., by the upsetting of a coach in wliich 
she was journeying, and which fell into a river near the 
highway: d, July 11, 1844, aged 73; 10 c. I, Clarissa*'^; 
II, Lovelh'; III,"^ Charles AYhitnlan^: IV, JUny' ; V, Fe- 
licia^ VL Isaiah^'; VII. Dorcas''; VIII. Stephen^; IX. 
Sophronia'' ; X. Anna*\ 

14346. I. Clarissa Whitney'', b. 1788; m. 1. Jan. 27, 
1812, Lemuel Page, Jr., b. Jan. 20, 1780 ; d. May 8, 1825 ; 
a captain of the militia in the ^var of 1812 and a colonel 
of the militia ; residence, Burlington, Vt. ; m. 2. Joseph 
Jones of Troy, X. 11.; she d. Feb. 16, 1844; 7 c, all by 
1st m., four of whom d. in infancy ; the others were : 



14347. 1. Sarah Jane Page'', b. Xov. 2S, 1815; m. John 
Duiiclder of Philadelphia, Pa. 

11318. 2. Harriet J. Page', b. ISIT; in. Leonard Johonnett 
of Bnrhngtoii, Tt. 

14349. 3. Lemuel ^Y. Page', b. April 30, 1^21; m. 1. 1812, 
Susan, daughter of Jolm Sanders of Rindge, h. Feb. IS, 1820 ; ni. 
2. 1873, CaiTie E. Henjinen\^"ay ; residence, Burlington. 

14350. II. LovELL AVhitiney'', b. June 20, 1790; m. 
Feb. 7, 1819, Rebecca, daughter of Ca])t. Thomas Witt of 
Woodstock, Vt. ; she d. May 18, 1862; residence, Rindge 
Centre ; 4 c. 

14851. 1. Harriet J. VrniTNEY*, b. Jan. 1,1820; unmarried; 
at home. 



964 THE I)ESCf:NI)ANTS OF 

14352. 2. William L. Whitney', b. ^rarcli 12,1822; m. Saml, 
P., daughter of .John Whitney, h. April 10, 1S27; residence, W. 
Ilindge; 4 c. 

14358. LizzTE S. WHnxE7^ h. Jan. 19, 1850. 

14354. Wayland J. Whit.ney^', b. Dec. 21, 1S53. 

14355. Emma IT. Whttxey-", b. Jan. 1, 1800. 
14350. Ida S. WH1TXEY^ b. Sept. 10, 1805. 



14357. 3. Eliza K. Whitney^, b. Jan. 31, 1829; m. Jan. 9, 
1851, Addison, son of Capt. Luke Paigg-, b. March 23, 1823; resi 
dence, AVarc, ]\Ias>. ; 4 c. 

1435S. Feaxk a. RugCt^ 

14359. Addie E. PuggI 

14300. Fred. O. EuggI 

14301. Clara E. UvgcA 



14302. 4. CoRXELiA Whitxey', b. Xov. 10, 1830; d. April 21, 
1802. 

143G3. ITT. Charles AVhitmax Whitxey^ b. Nov. 15, 
1791; m. Nov. 10, ISIS, Mary, dangliter of Dea. Samuel 
GriiHn of Fitz\Yilliain ; lie was educated under the tuition 
of Rev. Dr. Payson and at the academy in New Ipswicli, 
and studied medicine with his father and J3r. John Randall 
of Boston; 1818, he commenced the practice of his jn-o- 
fession at Troy, N. II., where he continued in a successful 
practice and in the unqualified esteem of his townsmen 
until his death; he d. Oct. 31, 18G1, ao-ed 70; 5 c. 



14364. 1. Samuel Griffix Whitxey', b. Sept. 20, 1819 ; nj. 
May 24, 1842, Abigail N., daughter of Sahnon and Ljdia Whitte- 
morc of Troy, N. IT., b. May 29, 1820 ; he ^vas for many years a 
merchant in Troy; present residence, Monticcllo, la. 

14305. 2. Charles Whitxey^ b. July 27, 1824; d. Jan. 10, 
1827. 

14300. 3. Hexry N. Whitxey', b. Oct. 8, 1825; d. Feb. 17, 
1827. 



JOHN WiIIT]\[AX OF ^YEY.^tOUTIT. 965 

14367. -1. Ohai^les W. Wtiitxey', h. Xov. 20, 1827; m. Sept. 
2, 1850, FraTiecs, daughter of AVilliain and ]\[ary Tavlor of I'^j-auces- 
towii, X. PL ; amerelKint; rosideiicej Troy ; was postmaster for more 
than fifteen years ; represented the town in tlie Legishiture, 1S71-72, 
and possesses tlie esteem and confidence of aJl wlio know ]n'ni. 

143G8. 5. Mary J axe Wiiitxey', b. Aug. 13, 1830; m. Dec. 
18, 1S5G, Dr. Saniucl A., son of Dea. Abijah and Mary (Playes) 
Eidiardson of Dublin, N. IT., b. Dec. 23', 1830; a skillful and 
popular physician at Marlborough, X. H. ; was surgeon of the 13th 
Xew Hampshire Itegiment. 



14369. IV. HakeyWiiitneyVj. Oct. 2G, 1793; m. Aug. 
30, 1821, Marv Goldin ; residence, Durllngton, Yt; 4 c. 



14370. 1. ;Mary Elizabeth Wiiitxey'; m. 1852, Miner Mar- 
tin ; residence, California. 

14371. 2. Jaxe D. ^y^ITXEY•; m. ISGl, Xoah Allen of Bur- 
lington, 

14372. 3. George L. Wkitx'ey'; m, 1865, Emma E. Sweet; 
residence, Burlington. 

14373. 4, Charles II. Whitxey' ; m, 1868, Mary J. Kelly; 
residence, Burlington. 

14374. Y, Felicia Whitney'', b. May 26, 1796; m. 
Samuel Nichols of Burlington; she d. about 1869 ; 2 c. 

14375. 1, Charles XigholsI 

14376. 2. Samuel Xichols' ; residence, Xew Jersey. 



14377. VI. Dr. Isaiah Whitney'', b. Jan, 25, 1799; m. 
1. May 10, 1832, Henrietta A., daughter of Capt. Seth 
Nickerson; she d. Aug, 21, 1848; m. 2, Sarah L. Small; 
she d, Feb, 10, 1851 ; m. 3. Aug. 28, 1851, Mrs. Hannah 
(Freeman) Crosby, daughter of Joshua Freeman ; lie stud- 
ied medicine with his father, and commenced practice in 
Marlborough, Mass., but soon after removed to Province- 
town, Mass., whore, after a, successful and active career, 
he d. Dec. 10, 1866; 6 c. 



966 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

M37S. 1. Electa A. Whitney', b. July 12, 1S33 ; d. Aiio-. i, 
1861. 

14379. 2. Lauretta Whitney^ b. April J, 1835; d. Aug. 27, 
1836. 

U3S0. 3. Henrietta WniTNEY', b. Oct. 9, 1838; residence, 
Clinton, Mass. 

1-1381. 4. Felicia Wititney', b. ^^lay 19, 1841 ; d. Aug. 26, 1846. 

143S2. 5. Isaiah Whitney^, b. Aug. 30, 1843 ; residence, Boston. 

14383. 6. Charles H. WniTNEY\ I). Dec. 11, 1854. 



14384. VII. Dorcas Whitney*', twin, b. Jan. 25, 1799; 
m. Dec. 6, 1832, Harry llubbai-d ; liis second wife; lie d. 
Shrewsbury, Mass. ; no issue. 

14385. VIII. Stei'hen Whitney'', b. Dec. 19, 1800; ni. 
Lovilla Goldin; removed to Burlington, where he d. 18G8 ; 
5 c. 

143S6. 1. Sarah Whitney^ b. Sept. 30, 1834; m. 

Wilson. 

14387. 2. Edward Payson Whitney^ b. Oct. 30, 1837; d. 
Sept. 10, 1873. 

14388. 3. Helen Whitney', b. May 14, 1840; m. William 
Larryshare of Burlington. 

14389. 4. Isaiah Whitman Whitney^, b. Oct. 7, 1842; dead. 

14390. 5. Harrison Whitney ', b. Oct. 5, 1844 ; d. Sept. 9, 1865. 

14391. IX. SKPimEXiA Whitney", b. Aug. 18, 1803; m. 
Sept. 28, 1844, Joseph Jones, who m. her sister Clarissa''; 
residence, Troy, N. II.; she d. Jan. 10, 1872; no issue. 

14392. X. Anna Whitney'^ b. Oct. 17, 1S05 ; d. un- 
married, Feb. 10, 1838. 



14393. Jane'' (539), Charles^ John", Zecharialr, John\ 
b. April 8, 1771 ; m. Sept. 25, 1794, Capt. Moses Todd; 
a fai'nicr and an iiudiolder, and was the hrst postmaster of 



JOHX WHITMAN OF "WKYMorT}]. 967 

the town of Iviiidg-e ; lie \Nas an enlerpri;sin<4', prosperous 
citizen, and frequently elect :m1 to office ; the " Todd tavern," 
standing- on the site of the dwelllny-lunise of Asia Jones, 
\Yas one of the centers of attraction; 1833, tlie\' removed 
to Fitchbur-r, ^fass., ndiere he d. Aup;. 10, 1841 ; she d. 
Dec. 2, 1858, a-ed 87; 9 c. I. Moses''; XL Whitman^ 
III. Charlotte''; IV. :\[ersi]via'> ; V. IliranV' ; VI. Thomas'^; 
VII. Elizabeth''; VIII. Jane''; IX. Charles W.'^ 

14394. I. MosKs Todd'', b. dune 17, 1795; m. Rebecca 
Turner of Boston ; he d. Pepperell, ^Tass., Sept. 25, 1872, 
ag'ed 77 ; she d. ^larcli 23, 1855 ; 6 c, names unknown. 

14395. II. Whitman Todd*', b. April 24 ; d. Aug. 1, 1797. 

14396. III. Chaklotte Iodd'', b. Jan. 30, 1799; m. 
Dec. 22, 1825, Elliot Payson, son of Setli Tucker, Sen., 
of Winchendf^n, Mass. ; he d. Chesterfield, March 30, 1855 ; 
she resided, in 1875, at Bakhvinsville, Mass.; 4 c. 



14397. 1. Geokge Tucker*, b. Dec. 9; d. Dee. 14, 1S2G. 

14398. 2. Cuarles W. Tucker', b. Xov. 3, 1S29 ; d. June 24, 
] 835. 

14309. 3. Paysox E. Tucker', b. May 15, 1834. 

14400. 4. Joshua M. Tucker-, b. May 6, 1843 ; d. March 6, 1853. 

14401. IV. MERsiLViAToDTAb. Nov. 14, 1800; m. Feb. 
U, 1830, Dea. John T., son of John and Hannah (Thurs- 
ton) Farwell ; I'csidence, Fitcliburg, where he was held in 
high esteem; he d. June 7, 1SG6; 7 c. 



11402. 1. Elizaeetii M. Farwell'', b. July 2, 1S3I ; ni. Sept. 
24, 1857, Charles II. Men-ill of C:nnbrid-e, Ma^s. 

14403. 2. JoHX A. Farwell ', b. Sept. 3, 1833; ni. Oct. 28, 
1869, Ava W. Cliainbers. 

14404. 3. Sarah C. FARWELL^ b. May 31, 183C); m. Oct. 4, 
1855, Joseph M. P.arney of ni'luiiiVId, PI. 

14405. Maria T. FAR\VELL^ b. July 11, 18:18; la. Oct. 27, 
1859, Cliarlcs A. SulHvan of Starkvihe, Miss. 



968 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14400. 0. Mary Jane Farwell^ b. July 12, 1840; d. Aug. 
29, 1841. 

14407. 0. Edward F. Farwell'', b. Oct. 24, 1843; enlisted in 
tliG Union army, and d. at Fort Hudson, La., July 19, 18G3. 

14408. 7. Jane T. Farwell'', b. I)ce. 4, 184C; m. Xov. 2G, 
1873, Edward F. Downe ; residence, Fitcldjurg. 

14409. V. FIiRAMToDD^b. March 22, 1S03; d. July 1, 
1804. ■ ' 

14410. VI. Thomas Todd'', b. Nov. 1, 1805; m. Ann 
Longee ; she d. Woburn, Mass., Sept. 24, 1849 ; lie resided, 
1875, in Brookline, Mass. ; 4 c, names unknown. 

14411. YII. Elizabeth Tod]V\ b. Dec. 23, 1807; m. 
Stephen T. Farwell, brother of iJca. John T. ; he d. Oct. 
20, 1872; she resided, 1875, in Cambridge, Mass.; 4 c, 
names nnkn(.)wn. 

14412. VIII. Jane Todd«, b. Aug. 1, 1810; m. Sept. 2, 
1830, Abel, son of Joseph and Sarah (Downe) Simonds of 
Fitcliburor-; 10 c. 

14413. 1. Charles IL Simonds'', b. June 19, 1831; d. June 24, 
1832. 

14414. 2. Mary C. Simonds', b. Oct. 27, 1832; m. Kobert 
McMaster. 

14415. 3. Thomas T. Simonds^ b. May 19, 1834. 

14416. 4. William FI. Simonds-, b. June 17, 1836 ; m. Xov. 
22, 1859, Lizzie Howard: lie d. New York, Aug. 14, 1863, while 
returning to his home from the army. 

144] 7. 5. John Simonds', b. Nov. 27, 1838; m. Dec. 6, 1865, 
Ilattie 0. Beaman of Wineliendon. 

14418. 6. Alvan a. Simonds'', b. June 28, 1841; m. Feb. 14, 
1865, ]\Larcella C. Willard of Leominster. 

14419. 7. George F. Simonds', b. June 12, 1843; m. Mary D. 
Ilatcli. 

14420. 8. Elizabeth A. Simonds',!). Oct. 30, 1844; m. June 
12, 1866, Jwhn F. Hatch of Marslrtield, .Ahiss. 



JOHX WIflTMAX OF WEY-MOL'TH. 969 

H421. 9. Daniel Stmoxds"', b. Sept. IS, 1817; m. Sept. 14, 
1870, Ellen :^[. Giffora of Fitchburg. 

14422. 10. Edwin F. Simonds'', b. Oct. Oct. 22, 1849. 



14423. IV. Charles W. Todi/', b. Feb. 15; d. March 
4, 1813. 

14424. Dk. CiiAKLKs' (541), Cllarles^ Joliir^ Zecharialr, 
Jolui\ b. Stow, April 28, 1773; in. 1. 1708, Charlotte 
Wood; she d. June 8, 1836; m. 2. March 2G, 1840, Lydia, 
daughter of Jacob and Esther Whitney ; he studied medi- 
cine Avith Dr. Eldridgo, the fatlier of the first husband of 
" Fanny Fern ;'' it is related that when residing at the 
home of the Doctor, young Whitman, with another student, 
placed a quantity of quicksilver in the pudding bag; when 
the pudding was put in the hot water it jumped out upon 
the floor much to the terror of tlic cook, who declared it 
bewitched; Dr. Whitman entered upon life under the 
brightest auspices; his fatliei* left him the bulk of his 
property and a large professional practice ; ^^'ith his bride 
he received a dower of several thousand pounds ; they 
were, at the time, said to have been the wealthiest couple 
ever married at Stow ; Miss Wood's wedding costume is 
reported to have been a handsomely embroidered white 
India muslin, a long white satin cloak trimmed with white 
fur, and a large v^hite hat with white ostrich plumes; their 
house was furnished with great elegance, but nearly every- 
thing was destroyed by a fire in 1812, whicli occurred 
while the family v^ere at church ; the only articles saved 
were the Doctor's watch, a single necklace of Mrs. Whit- 
man's, and a silver tankard, an lieir-loom in the family, 
into wliich, it was said, every new-])orn infant was ]ilaced 
to see if the lid would close ; the disposition of tlie proj^erty 
under his father's will, however, involved the Doctor in an 
interminable litii-'ation, and thouj-h he in the end was sue- 
cessl'ul, it was still at the expense of a large portion of his 



970 THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

estate ; a man of most generous disposition, he was ever 
ready to lend a lieljjing- liand to his friends and neighbors ; 
he endorsed for liis brother-in-hiw, one Brooks of Montreal, 
and not only suiVered a loss of several thousand pound.-, 
but was compelled to take the Bi'ooks family into his 
household and suj)port them; in business matters he was 
lax, and rarely presented a bill for medical services : 
between 1792-1 SOI he represented the town six terms in 
the General Court; in 1 8U'2 he was appointed surgeon of 
the 2d Regiment of ^Militia; in personal appearance he 
greatly resembled Daniel AYebster, and it is said that a 
portrait of "Webster would rerpiire but few alterations to 
make it a good portrait of the Doctor ; his first wife was a 
very superior ^\'oman, proud, high-spirited, and of unusual 
culture and intelliu^ence ; the dauj-diters of the family v\-ere 
noted for their great beauty and cultivation ; the last sur- 
vivor of them, ]Mrs. Blood, ^^'as considered a beaut}' even 
when nearlv eiohtv ; the deatli of the eldest son, iust as he 
was preparing to enter Harvai'd, v;as a great blow to his 
parents, and one from which they never fully recovered ; 
bed. Sept. 24, 1846; she d. Aug. 8, 1860 ; 6 c. "^ I. Charles, 
Jr.«; 11. Elizabeth*'; III. Christopher*^; IV. Charlotte Ma- 
ria*^; V. Charlotte Maria*^; VI. Emma''. 

14425. I. Charles, Jr.'\ b. Aug. 7, 1800; d. April IS, 
1812. 

14426. 11. ELiZAEETif', b. A])ril 17, 1802; m. Dec. 
14, 1824, Edmund, son of Samuel and Lucretia (Hey- 
wood) Blood, b. June 11, 1798; d. March 28, 183i3; 
residence, Bolton, Mass.; she d. Feb. 9, 1881, aged 78; 
4 c. . . 

14427. 1. Elizabeth Whitmax Blood", b. Dec. 8, 1825 ; un- 
married. 

1442S. 2. SusAX Blood^, b. Sept. 5, 1S27 ; m. Xov., 18-13. 
William C.., son of S]nii)ael and Lucy (Blood) Allen; she d. with- 
out issue, April 7, 1S46. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 971 

14129. 3. Charlotte Blood', b. Jan. 20, 1S30; m. xVpril 29, 
1851, WilliaiJi C. Allen, her 1>rotlier in-law ; lie was for many years 
a successful ami highly res])ected merchant, re.-iMing in N. Y. City; 
lie met with l)U>-iness i-everses late in life and retired to PittsMeld, 
Mass., where he d. Dec. -i2, 1S73 ; she resides with her son. Dr. 
L. E. Allen", at 35 Temple st., Boston ; 7 c. 

14430. Dk. Loujs Edmund ALLEN^ b. A]»ril 22, 1S52; gradu- 
ated at Williams College, 1S74 ; studied medicine in Boston, aud 
is now settled in the practice of his profession, making a spei^ialty 
of children's diseases ; residence, 35 Temple St., Boston : unmarried. 

14431. Frederick Farrell Allen^, b. Feb. 7,1854; d. Sac- 
ramento, Dec. 11, ISSO. 

14432. Charlotte Harris Allen^, b. March 31, 185G ; editor 
aud one of the publishers of the Young Idea. 

1-1433. Minnie Bell xVllen^ b. April 10, 1858. 

14434. Elizabeth Blood Allkn^, b. March 10; d. March 24, 
1860. 

14435. Effie Whitman Allen^ b. Dec. 11, 1SG5 ; d. March 
27, 1881. 

1443(3. Arthur Child Allen^ b. Oct. 10, 1870. 



14437. 4. Ellen Maria Blood^, b. June 27, 1832; m. Feb. 21, 
1867, Francis H., son of Jonathan and Be!:)ecca (Monroe) Wliitte- 
more, b. Aug. 6, 1818 ; residence, Arlington, Mass. ; 1 c. 

14438. Louis Downing Whittemore^, b. July 10, 1872. 



14439. III. Christopher^ b. April 8, 1804; ni. 1. Oct. 
5, 1829, Nancy, daughter of Peter and Rachel (Blancliard) 
Nichols, b. Barre, Yt, Sept. 15, ISO! ; d. Jan. 2G, 1864; 
m. 2. Aug. 28, 1866, ilrs. Susan Cutler, daughter of 
Tliomas and Susan (Danforth) Brown, b. Boscawen, N. XL, 
April 8, 1811 ; a farmer; residence, 93 Walker st., Lowell, 
Mass.; 2 c. b. Montpelier, Yt. 



14440. 1. Charles', b. July 22, 1830; a machinist; unmarried; 
residence, Boston, where he d. Nov. 10, 1888. 

14441. 2. Betek Nichols', 1). Jan. 10, 1832; m. May 12, 1859, 
Mary Conklin ; a machinist ; residence, Newark, N. J., where he d. 
Nov. 7, 1SS4; 5 c. 



972 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14442. Emma .TANE^ b. Feb. 14, ISGO. 

14443. CHAHLKS^ b. Sept. 28, 1801 ; d. Aug. 3, lSf3S. 

14444. Harriet^ b. Aug. 11, 1803. 

14445. Amelia^ b. July 28, 1800. 
1444G. Elizabeth^, b. Feb. 19, 1870. 



14447. IV. Charlotte MARIA^ b. July 19, 1806; d. 
April 10, 1807. 

14448. y. Charlotte Marlv'"', b. Feb. 29, 1808; d. 
immarned, April 17, 1880. 

14449. VI. Emma^ b. March 27, 1812; m. Nov. 28, 
1839, Benjamin T., son of Samuel and Caroline Matilda 
(Wright) Hartwell, b. Groton, Mass., Nov. 5, 1814 ; she 
d. April 22, 1880; he was educated at New Ipswich 
Academy, and graduated at the Theological Seminary, 
Andover, but for some reasons never preached ; lie was, 
for some years, })rincipal of the celebrated Franklin Acad- 
emy at Gerrnantown, Pa.; residence, Groton; 4 c. 



14450. 1. Emma C. Hartwell', b. May 20, 1843 ; m. Sept. 13, 
1871, Mai'tiii Vau Buren, son of William and Drusilla (Burbrldge) 
Kennedy, b. Georgetown, O., Feb. 24, 1843 ; graduated at Miami 
University ; a merchant ; residence, Zanesville, O. ; 1 c. 

14451. Harris Hartwell Kennedy^ b. Sept. 29, 1873. 



14452. 2. Dr. Benjamin Hall Hartwell^, b. Feb. 27, 1845; 
ni. Sept. 10, 1879, Helen Emily, daughter of Maj. Euscbius S and 
Mary Jane (Sliattuck) Clarke, b. June 12, 1848; graduated at 
Jefferson ]\[edical College, Philadelphia, 1808; settled in the prac- 
tice of bis profession at Ayer, Mass. ; no issue. 

14453. 3. IIarrls Cowdray ILviiTWELL^, b. Dec. 28, 1847 ; m. 
Oct. 22, 1877, Etiie M. F., daughter of Daniel and Caroline (Hall) 
Needham, b. Jan. 9, 1852; graduated Harvard, 1800; a lawyer; 
a member of lirm of Norcross, Hartwell c*c Baker ; has served two 
terms in Massachusetts State Senate; 1888, President of State 
Senate ; residence, Fitchburg, Mass. ; 1 c. 

14454. Norcross Needham Hartwell'', b. Dec. 15, 1880. 



f JOHN WHITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 973 

i 

I 14455. 4. Chap.lotte E. IIaktwell', 1). Awg. S, 1851; m. 

I Oct. 10, 1ST2, Philotus C, soil of Duaiie and ]\laria (Buiist'ii) 

I LatLrop, b. Xorwalk, O., Auix. 7, 1S37 ; (a great-grandson of 

I Baron Eunsen;) rL'sideiiee, 3 l''arinina,-ton avc, Hartford, Ct. ; no 

I issue. 

I 1445G. AxxA^ (541), Cliar]cs\ Jolin^ Zecliarialr, Jol!n\ 

I b. Stow, Dec. 12, 1787; m. 1. Aug;. 30, 1805, Dcnjannn 

I Hapgood of Marlboroiig-li, ^fass. ; tliev resided in idiat 

I town fifteen years, tlien returned to Stow and settled on a 

I portion of tlie old Whitman farm; lie d. May, 18oG ; m. 2. 

t Dec. 20, 1842, Dea. Josiali'', son of Dea. Jolin^ and Abigail 

(Wliitmair^) V\'hitinan, b. 1770 ; d. April 4, 1867 ; after her 

marriage she removed to E. Ib-idgewater, where she d. 

Nov. 21, 1868, aged 80; 10 c. I. Charles Whitman*^; 

II. Cathai-inc Davies*' ; 111. Dorcas Whitman'^; IV. Anna 

Whitman^; Y. Xathan Davies^ VI. Martha'^ VII. Feli- 

l cia Davies*^; VIII. Elizabeth*^; IX. Margaret^'; X. Lucy 

Cotto]i'\ 

14457. I. Charles Whitman IlAPGOor/, b. Dec. 30, 
1806; m. 1. 1837, Mrs. Mary Hunter'^ widow of John 
Hunter and daughter of Judah and Catharine (Whitman'') 
Wetherbee, b. A^ug. 12, 1803; d. Aug., 1850; m. 2. Nov. 
6, 1855, Elizabeth Haley; after his 2d m. he settled at 
No. Scituate, Mass., and d. there, Feb. 13, 1877, aged 70; 
'^to those who knew him well it can be but a pleasui'e to 
recall those qualities which commended him in such a 
degree to their respectful consideration and friendshi]) ; 
descended from some of the best Pilgrim stock, his life 
was consistent in the integrity, the almost chivalrous faith- 
fulness, in the care of the interests of others confided to his 
charge, in the gentlemanly dignity of his bearing, and the 
kindness of his heart, manifested, not only in his inter- 
course with other men but in his treatment of the lower 
animals ; although misfortune and want of success had 
been in no small degree his lot, his unvarying cheerfulness 
and patience were marked characteristics, and might well 



974: THE DESCENDANTS OF . 

have been a lesson to tliose \^■]lose lines had fallen in 
pleasariter places ; careless to a fault in regard to his o^vn 
affairs, his interests wei-e vig-ilanth' looked after by a 
faith.fnl wife, and it is to lier care and economy that are 
due the comfort of home in his later years ; it is sad to the 
friends wiio appreciated him to know tliat the old man is 
gone, but it is also a satisfaction to fed that he is past all 
suffering-;" his widow resides No. Scituate ; 1 c. 



14458. 1. John IIapgood', b. Feb. 6,1840; m. 18G4, Mary E. 
Howe of Westburough ; he served in late war; was at one time 1st 
Lieutenant and Quartermaster of 2d Lonisiana Vols. ; later, he re- 
enlisted in 4tli Mass. Battery ; after tlie war lie engaged in business ; 
residence, for a time, in N. Y. City ; at present, in business in 
Chicago ; 1 c. 

14459. Hapgood^ 



14460. 11. Catharine Davies IIapgood^ b. Oct. 3, 
1807; m. Feb. 20, 1828, Mark Whitcomb ; a farmer; 
residence, Stow, whei-e he d. Nov. 29, 188G; she d. Aug. 
20, 1888; 4 c. • 

144G1. 1. William Wkitcomb'', b. Nov. 4, 1828; unmarried; 
at home. 

14462. 2. Ann Makia Whitcomb', b. Sept. 24, 1830; m. Dec. 
7, 1852, Abram Howe, son of Aaron and Diana (Howe) Stowe, b. 
Aug. 30, ISol; a merchant; residence, Hudson, Mass., where she 
d. Oct. 20, 1831 ; 3 c. 

14463. Nellie Maria Stoas^e", b. March 22, 1857; unmar- 
ried. 

14464. LiLLA Florence Stowe^\ b. Aug. 15, 1860; m. Jan. 31, 
1883, Hermon E., son of Henry T. and Ann Maria (liandall) 
French, b. June 19, 1857 ; a jeweler ; residence, Hudson ; 1 c. 
144G4a. Ruby Geraldine French^, b. Sept., 1887. 

14465. Charles Melvin Stowe^, b. May 13, 1864; m. May 31, 
1888, Alice E., daughter of Byron M. and Carohne M. Bunco of 
Mt. Dora, Fla. ; a mechanic; residence. Mi Dora. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 975 

14466. 3. John ^Makshall Whu'COMiv, I). Nov. 8, 1832; in, 
Jan. 0, 1860, Eliza, danij:hter of Lovell and ^Lartlia (Jono.^) ^-^J^^PP, 
b. Nov. 27, 1S43; a fai-inei-; residence. Stow; 5 e. 

14467. Coram. WniTCOMii", 1). Dl-c. 10, I860; m. Jan., 1882, 
Alfred, son of Georo;e and llai-riet A. (Warren) ILqiLiitod, b. Oct. 
11, 1860 ; a slioeinaker ; residence, Hudson ; siie d. "May 9, 1884 ; 1 c. 
14468. Arthur Edmund Ilapgood', b. Oct. 26, I'^So. 

14469. IhNALDO Whitman Wuitcomb^ b. Feb. 6, 1862; m. 
Sept., 1882, Martha M., daugliter of John F. and Margaret (Wise) 
Croft ; a farmer ; residence, Sto^Y ; 1 c. 
14470. John Marshall Whitcomb% b. Marcli 17, 1883. 

14471. Mark Melvin Yv^hitcomb', b. March 22, 1S69. 

14472. Leona Lorene VrniTC0M]i\ b. Xov. 15, 1876. 

14473. Hallie Lehoy \Y^ITC0MB^ b. June 8, 1882. 

14474. 4. Albert Whitcomb', b. Jnne 1, 1845 ; unmarried ; at 
home. 

14475. III. DoJv'Cas Whitman Hapgood'^, b. Mai'ch 15, 
18Uy; 111. Sept. 15, 184C, Ptufus Scott, b. Feb. 9, 1800; 
d. Aug. 16, 1855; they resided at No. Hadley till the 
death of Mr. Scott; she now resides at Amherst; o c, b. 
No. Hadley. 

14476. 1. Israel Storrs Scott', b. Nov. 19, 1848 ; d. Aug. 24, 
1849. 

14477. 2. ;Mary Helen Scott\ b. July 5, 1850; unmarried; 
residence, AmJicrst. 

14178. 3. Israel Frederick Scott", b. July 2, 1852 ; d. Sept. 
11, 1871. 

14479. lY. xVnxa W^hitman IIapgood'\ b. Dec. 19, 1810 ; 
m. 1. Nov. 1, 1834, Cliarles, son of John and Elizabeth 
(Moore) English, b. Brighton, .Alass., May 19, 1807 ; d. 
July 2, 1859 ; a saddle and iiarness manufacturer, doing 
business at Boston; m. 2. xUig. 25, 1864, Samuel, son of 
David and Tirzah (Blanchard) SIuiav, b. So. AYeymouth, 
Aug. 7, 1802; d. Sept. 25, 1874; a shoe manufacturer; 
residence, E. Bridgewater ; she resides Elniwood ; 3 c. 



97G THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14480. 1. Anna Eij/abeth Exgmsh', I). Marcli 17, 1841 ; d. 
iiUMiarrit.'(;l, Sept. 5, ]8"^o. 

14481. 2. Amelia Victoria English^, 1). Jan. 3, 1844; d. 
July 30, 1845. 

144Sla. 3. CiiAKLES Bexja^ein Exglisii", b. Aug-. 31, 1S4G; 
ni. May 23, 1S77. Mi's. Ilannali (IJaniilton) Sisson, dauglitei- of 
David llaiiiilton. 1). Cluitliam, Mass., Xov. 9, 184G ; a mereliaiit ; 
residence, 2004 Wabasli ave., Cliicao-o ; no issue. 



14482. y. Xatit.'.x Davie s Hapgooi/', b. Feb. 20, 1813; 
was mate of the slii]:) "''Canton Packet;" lie d. 1841, on 
his way home from Manilla ; nnmarried. 

14483. YI. :\lAETnA Hapgood'', b. Jan. 2G, 1815; m. 1. 
May 15, 1834, Timothy Atwood of AYellfleet (his 2d wife) ; 
a merchant at Boston, where he d. Dec. 13, 1872; m. 2. 
Feb. 11, 1875, Thaddeus Smilh; a wealthy ffirmer and 
broom manufacturer of No. Hadley, where he d. Oct. 31, 
1875, aG'ed 75 : she d. Auo\ 4, 1882 ; no issue. 

14484. Yll. Felicia Davies Hapgood^ b. July 30, 
1817; d. Oct. 23, 1820. 

14485. YIII. Elizabeth Hapgood^ b. July 30, 1819; 
m. April G, 1843, Henry AVincliester, son of AYinthrop and 
Sophia (Ilildretli) Rolunson, b. Oct. 9, 1819; they resided 
at Stow till 1844, when they removed to Brochton, where 
shed. Julv2, 1872; 2 c. 



14486. 1. Maria Louisa Robixsox', b. Feb. 7, 1844; m. Sept. 
29, 1807, Xathaniel Blake, son of i^athaniel and :\Iarv (Sawyer) 
Blaekstone, b. Jan. 20, 1843 ; residence, Aiibnrndale ; 2 c. 

14487. AxxE Louise Blackstoxe-, b. Jan. 26, 1868. 

14488. Hexry AVixTHRor Blackstoxe^, b. Feb. 28, 1878. 

14489. 2. Joseph AVixciiESTER FvOBixsox'^, b. Sept. 17, 1846; 
m. April 14, 1801', Julia A., dano-hter of Chandler and Rlioda 
Spraguo, b. Xo. Brid.gewater, Nov. 20,1849; Nvas for many years 
a successful merchant at "\raltliani, tlicn removed to Los Ani^elos ; 
4 c. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WE Y:\rOUTH. 977 

14190. Elizabeth IIapgood PtOBiNSON^, b. April, 1871 ; d. 
Aug., 1872. 

14491. Alma Sprague Robinson^, b. Dec. 25, 1873. 

14492. Lucy Chandler Eobixson'^, b. Aug. 24, 1875. 

14493. Henky Winchester rvOBiNSON^, b. Oct., 1878. 



14494. IX. Margauet Hapgood'', b. Feb. 23, 1822; di. 
Dec. 1, 1846, Galen Kingjiian, son of John and Hannali 
(Kingman) Richards, b. E. liridgewater, Jan. 9, 1823 ; d. 
Jan. 23, 1884; slie d. E. Bl•ido•e^yater, Feb. 16, 1870; 5 c. 



14495. 1. Hanxah K. Eichards', b. Aug. 11,1847; d. Dec. 31, 
1873. 

14496. 2. Henry Richards', b. Jan. 11, 1851 ; d. April 1, 1856. 

14497. 3. Henry Galen Richards', b. Aug. 24, 1856 ; d. Jan. 
21, 1877. 

14498. 4. Annie Whitman Richards", b. July 28, 1858; d. 
June 12, 1859. 

14499. 5. Charles Benja^[in Richards'', b. Sept. 23, 1866 ; d. 
July 21, 1SS5. 

14500. X. Lucy Cotton Hapgood^ b. Sept. 3, 1825; 
m. Aug. 19, 185G, Baalis, son of Rev. Jjaalis and Abbj 
(Burt) Sanford, b. Oct. 4, 1833; residence, Brockton; 3 c. 



14501. 1. Irene Gertrude Sanford'', b. April IS, 1859. 

14502. 2. Anxa Cora Sanford", b. Ang. 19 ; d. Sept. 22, 1860. 

14503. 3. Mabel Louise Sanford", b. July 3, 1867; d. Aug. 
22, 1869. 



[End of Descendants of Zt:cHAPJAn', the Third Sou.] 



C2 



978 THE DESCENDANTS OF 



FIFTH GENERATION {continued). 

[Descendants of Abiah', the Fourth Son.] 



14504. LuTJiER-^ (543), Jacob^ John\ xVljiaIr, John\ b. 
Easton, Mass., Mcay 5, 1778; m. 1. Oct. 22, 1795, Polly, 
eldest child of Dea. William and Joanna (Doane) Berr)^ of 
Bnckiield, b. Feb. 22, 1775; d. Dec. 28, 1837; m. 2. May 
2, 1840, Mrs. Fanny (Cliaplin) Wight of i3etliel ; he came 
to Buckfield with his father; "1800, he removed to Wood- 
stock, Me., being the fifth settler of the town, and the fol- 
lowing year bonght a farm of Michael Little, being lot No. 
37, according to Greenwood's survey ; he took an active 
part in town matters and served in various town ■ofiices ; 
was collector of taxes, surveyor of highways, member of 
school conmiittee ; the first " preaching meeting" held in 
the town was at his house, and he was abvays an active 
and prominent member of the Baptist church of Wood- 
stock; he d. July 20, 1849, aged 71 ; his widow was living 
in 1870, at that time aged 81 ; 10 c. I. Luther'^; II. Ai- 
mina^; III. Bebecca''; lY. Winchester; V. Leonard^^ ; VI. 
Zephaniali Bensoi/' ; VII. A son'^ ; VIII. xYlanson Mellen*^' ; 
IX. Clarissa*' ; X. Albion Keith Paris^'. 

14505. I. LuTiiER'\ b. Feb. 11, 1798 ; m. April 29, 1821, 
Zilpha'^, daughter of Jacob"' and Dorcas (Berry) Whitman, 
b. July 4, 1801; d. March 5, 188G, aged 85; upon his 
marriage he moved into the east part of the town upon a 
tract of land forfeited for taxes and bid off by his father ; 
it was situated on a high hill and covered with a heavy 
growth of hard-wood timber ; here he had already erected 
a log- cabin, and when he liad settled his wife in her home, 
set himself to the diflicult task of making a clearing; he 
was a stalwart worker and well skilled in wood-craft, and 
in process of time he had a large and productive farm ; the 



JOHN WHITMAN OF ■\\^EYMOUTH. 979 

young- couple endured maiiy liardsliips, but neitlier of 
tliem thou'4'lit of siiriukiug from tlic trying- duties wliich 
the situation imposed; tliey were two. miles from the 
nearest neighbor, and v,-hen they first moved into their 
cabin had to walk that distance, there beino- iio road and 
only a spotted line ; it is reported that on two occasions 
the fire on the heart! i became extinguished and ^Irs. 
Whitman was compelled to go to the nearest neighbor, 
Mr. Lemuel Perham's, foi- a supply ; it was no easy matter 
to carry fire two miles tlu'ough the woods, but she took a 
piece of cotton cloth, rolled it tightly, and setting fire to 
one end, it kept alive till slie reached her home; thev had 
a large family of interesting and intelligent children, all 
but two of whom d. young; lie d. ^lay 15, 1871, aged 73 ; 
10 c. ' _^ 

14506. 1. Armixa^ h. Oct. 28, 1S22; d. May G, 1S39. 
1150T. 2. Gkexvillk', b. Nov. 10, 1825 ; d. Feb. 28, 18-42. 
14508. 3. Eansom Xourox', b. Ahirch 10 ; d. Dec. 2, 1828. 
14509.. 4. Austin", b. July 21, 1830; d. Aug. 24, 1834. 

14510. 5. Leonard', 1.. Dec. 24, 1832; m. Oct. 28, I860, Ellen 
Francena, daughter of Eli and Arvilla (Dudley) Bryaiit, b. Wood- 
stock, Jan. 22. 1842 ; be retained his father's farm till failino- 
health compelled him to abandon it ; he now i-esides So. Paris, 
Me. ; 2 c. 

14511. Gertie Ellex^, b. Oct. 5, 1862; m. June 10, 1882, 
William Emerson, son of William Henry and Cohimbia (Royal) 
Colo of Paris, b. June 10, 1861; he keeps a livery stable at 34 
Preble St., Portland, Me. ; she d. June 7, 1885 ; 1 c. 

14ol]a. Roy Emerson Cole% b. April 10, ISSo. 

14512. IIerbert Leoxard"*, b. Aug. 6, 1870. 

14513. 6. JusTix Edwards^, b. Aug. IS, 1835; d. Aug. 2, 1838. 
1-4514:. 7. George EMERSoX',b. Feb. 17, 1838 ; d. July 28, 1865. 

14515. 8. Xaxcy LiBBV', b. Kov. 23, 1840; d. Sept. t>, 1862. 

14516. 9. LovixiA BisBEE^ b April 2, 1^43 ; ra. ]\ov. 17, 1867, 
Ed^Yin Isaac', son of Isaac and Lovicy*' (\V hitman) Spotlord, b. Nov. 
15, 1844; she d. April 4, 1870; residence, Paris Hill, Me. ; 1 c. 



9S0 THE descexi)a:s-ts of 

14516a. Myka L. SroFFORD\ 1). Jan. 6, 1809. 



14517. 10. A soil', b. Fe]). 11; d. Marcli 0, 1S4S. 



14518. II. Akmixa''', b. Oct. '2S, 1801 ; m. Apnl 29, 1821, 
Silas, son of Jolni hikI Pliube (Cole) Binin^-s, b. ^larch 24, 
1800; d. Sept., 1884; she d. Jan. 30, 1822 ; 1 c. 

14519. 1. Billings', 1). ; d. 1822, unnamed. 

14520. III. RE15ECCA*', b. Dee., 1803; m. July 4, 1822, 
Silas Billings, Ler brotlier-in-law ; she d. Aug-. IG, 1834; 
he resided at Woodstock, ^^le., till late in life, when he 
removed to Oxford, Me., whei-e he d. Sept., 1884; (lie nL 
3. Mrs. Abigail (Kilgoi-e) Ilussell, widow of AVilloughby 
Russell of Xe\My, ^Ic. ; by this m. there were 3 c., viz ; 
Rebecca, Jarvis C. and Laura A. Billings;) by 2d m. 3 c. 

14521. 1. AinnxA Billixgs", b. Feb. G, 1S23 ; m. Dec. 14, 1843, 
John Augustus Clark ; a farnior ; residence, Sparta, Wis. ; 8 c. 

14521a. Edwix A. Clark^ b. Dec. '.iS, 1840; ra. Aug. 14, 1872, 
Maiy C. Steere ; is an U. S. postal clerk ; residence. Sparta ; 1 c. 
14522. Roy A. Chu•k^ b. Sept. 3, 1874. 

14523. Stephex Clakk^ b. Dec. 30, 1857; ra. Aug. 13, 18S2, 
Carrie D. Xott ; is proprietor and manager of tlie Si^arta Practical 
Railroad and Telegraph Institute ; residence, Sparta ; 1 c. 

14523a. Madge M. CIark», b. April 20, 1884; d. Oct. 29, 18S8. 

14524. SusAX R. Clakk^, h. Nov. 10, 1859; m. Xov. 9, 1873, 
A. E. Howard; a dealer in agricultural implements; residence, 
Sparta ; 1 c. 

14525. Earl C. Howard'*, b. April IS, 18S0. 

14526. 2. Maey Whitmax Rtllixgs', b. July 8, 1828 ; m. Dec. 
18, 1856, Clarendon, son of "U'illiam and Lucy (Gray) "Walker, ]>. 
April 18, 1801; lie and his sons are farmers; residence, Aurora- 
ville, Wis. ; 2 c. 

14527. WiLLiA.\r S. Walkeii\ b. April 13, 1857; m. Oct. 4, 
1879, Harriet Y., daughter of JL4ni and Susan (Pierce) Monto'omery, 
b. AVaterloo, "Wis., Jan. 13, 1S58; no issue. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 981 

14528. Edgar G. AValkek', b. Oct. 12, 18G1 ; m. Feb. 11, 18SJ, 
Folly Seoville ; they separated and she has since married. 



14520. 3. Almox T. Birj.ixt^s', b. Oct. 13, ]S29; m. Eunice 
Eeed of New J'iiissia, X. Y. ; he d. in New York State, July 7, 
1867; no issue; she ni. again. 



14530. IV. ■Winchester'^ b. Feb. 13, 180G; m. Dec. 2, 
1832, Ilamiali, daughter of Nathan Paine; lie removed to 
Bethel, Me., and d. there, Dec. 2G, 1854; a fanner in later 
years, but liaving received a good education, was for maiiy 
years a teacher; "a kind and iiidulgent fatlier and a good 
Christian ;" the widow resides with her eldest dauaditer in 
Wisconsin ; 8 c. 

14531. 1. Eliza F.', b. July 26. 1833; ni. Bethel, April 22, 
1851, Jacob, son of Davis Paiiic, b. Jan. 4, 1821; a farmer; resi- 
dence, Oakfield, Wis. ; r> c. all but eldest b. in Vrisconsin. 

14532. Fredeihck H. Paixe'^, b. Woodstock, Me., July 2, 1852 ; 
m. Sept. 17, 1874, Magi;'ie Stephens; a farmer; residence, Pomona, 
Los Angelos Co., Cal. ; 3 c. 

14533. Warren Asa Paine', b. July '^i, 1875. 

14534. Abram Douglass Paine-', b. March 17, 1877 ; d. Aug. 12, 1S79. 

14535. Hannah H. Pained b. Nov. 8. 1878. 

14530. Paulixa A. Paixe\ b. ^lay 28, 1855; d. Jan. 6, 1856. 

14537. Jacob Whitm.ix- Paix'e*, b. Pel). 5, 1857 ; m. March 25, 
1880, Dora Pngers ; a farmer and dairyman ; residence, Dimartine, 
Wis. ; no issue. 

14538. IlAXXAH P. PAIXE^ b. Nov. 10, 1862 ; m. June 7, 1880, 
Frank J. Maxim; a music teadier ; re>idence, Ladoga, Wis.; no 
issue. 

14539. Ge.axt D. Paexe*, b. Xov. 3, 1868. ■' 

14540. Eliza Etta PAEXE^ b. Oct. 29, 1872. 



14541. 2. Arabella A.", b. March 9, 1835; m. Nashua, N. IL, 
Dec. 24, 1868, Daniel T. ilopkinso]! of Ellisburg, N. Y. ; residence, 
Waujuni, AVi^. ; 1 c. 

14542. Wexx. D. JloPKLXsox', b. Alarcli 3, 1870. 



982 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14543. 3. CriARLES 11/, b. July 15, 1S3S; iiiunaiTied; a farmer 
and dc;ilor in land ; ^inee 1S5G lias resided at Lake Crystal, AFiuii. 

14544. 4. GKORGi: P.^, b. Ai)ril 31. 1S41; d. Oct. 3, 1850. 

14545. 5. Juliette F.'', b. Sept. 4, 1S4T; d. Sept. 24, 1850. 

14540. 6. Joseph YV^^ b. Ann;. 1, 1849; d. Sept. 20, 1850. 

14547. 7. La^vson 0.', b. July 22; d. Sept. 22, 1S50. 

1454S. 8. Anson C.'', b. Kov. 28, 1851 ; m. Kov. 8, 1883, May 
Wood ; residence, Lake Crystal, Minn. 



145-49. V. Leoxakl/', b. Feb. 2G, 1808; m. 1. Sept. G, 
1829, Deborah, daughter of Joseph Twicliell of Bethel, 
Me.; she d. 1844; m. 2. Feb. 7, 1846, Angeline Stiles of 
Bethel, Me., b. Xov. 26, 1822 ; afcirmer; residence, Bethel, 
Me. ; 9 c, all bv 2d de 



14550. 1. Angeline D.'', b. Oct. 10, 184G ; m. 1. Dec. 13,1864, 
George Allen ; was divoi'ced from liini and m 2. Feb. 27, 1877, 
Leonard, son of John and Esther (Gibbs) Sullivan, b. 1835 ; resi- 
dence, Manchester, X. IL ; 5 c. 

14551. Eeminie Mabel Allen^, b. Aug. 24, 1865. 

14552. Frank Leon Allen^, b. Aug. 3, 1867. 

14553. George .Morton Allen^\ b. Nov. 29, 1808. 

14554. Chester Leonard Sui,livan-, b. April 21, 1878. 

14555. Roy Ternon Sl'LLIVAN^, h. Feb. 14, 1881. 

14556. 2. Dora Viola'', b. July 25, 1848 ; m. (puh. Xov. 21, 
1870) Eugene Zephaninh', son of Zeplianiali B.'' and Eliza (Chase) 
Whitman, b. Dec. 0, 1851 ; 3 c, see line. 

14557. 3. Albert L.', b. Xov. JO, 1849; m. May 11, 18S3, 
Frances M. Ijlake ; a farmer; residence, Bethel; no issue. 

14558. 4. Alyernon DeBoy', b. May 81, 1851; m. Oct. 21, 
18S3, Annie Frances, daughter of Ahvood W. and Julia H. (Frances) 
Beed, b. Stowe. Vt., ]^.lay 29, 1853; a cabinet maker; residence, 
Worcester, Mass. ; 2 c. 

14558a. Lilla :\[YRTIE^ h April 9, 1886. 

14568b. Minnie Leonora'^, b. Sept. 30, 1887. 



JOHN WHITMAX OF WEYMOU'J'H. 9S3 

14559. 5. IIerbekt Maxlev', b. ]\[arch 21, 1853; unmarried; 
at lioine. 

145G0. G. OscoE Fairfield', b. Marcli 21, 1855; m Nov. 21, 
18S5, Clara Jane Sliaw of Ijutliel; a shoemaker; residence, Lew- 
iston, Me. ; no is?ue. 

14561. 7. PtOWEXA May', b. March 1, 1857; m. May 27, 1875, 
Levi N. Bartlett. b. Sept. 18, 1645 ; residence. Bethel ; 2 c. 

145G2. Lizzie Grace Bartlett^ b. July 17, 1876. 

14563. Maude Axxa Bartlett\ b. July 20, 1878. 



145G4. 8. Eldox II.'', b. Jan. 7, 1860 ; m. April 7, 1886, Josie 
Lee of Manchester, X. II. ; a cabinet maker; residence, "Worcester. 

14565. 9. Mellex M.', b. June 28, 1SG2; m. July 27, 1SS4, 
Lotta E. Scribucr; a macliiiiist ; residence, "Worcester, Mass. 



145G6. YI. Zephaniar Bcnsox'', b. Sept. 27, 1810; m. 
Nov. 25, 1S32, Eliza, daughter of Merrill aud Sally 
(Tucdcer) Chase, b. Dec. 21, 1812; d. July 3, 1883: resi- 
dence, W^oodstock, on the old honie.stead, where lie d. 
Nov. 24, 1884; 8 c. 

14567. 1. Sylyixia Eliza', b. Oct. 5, 1833; m. (pub. Sept. 6, 
1851) Amos, son of Amos and Sarah (Keene) Thurlo, b. Jan. 8, 
1828 ; they removed to Nebraska, ^vhere she d. 1881 ; 4 c. 

145G8. IIermox Thurlo^ 

14569. Alyerxox TnuiiLO^. 

14570. Lafayette Thurlo-. 

14571. Staxtox Thurlo^ ; dead. 



14572. 2. Aravf.sta Ayer', b. Aug. 1, 1836; m. 1. Aug. 21, 
1857, Mark F., son of Maik' and Olive (Bent) Rawson, b. Jan. 17, 
1832; d. Dec. 29, 1868; m. 2. April 28, 1870, Charles B., son of 
John and Betsey (Trip) Bessey, b. Sei>t. 11, 1830 ; residence, No. 
Woodstock ; 3 c. 

14573. Zephaxiah B. Bawson^^, b. June 5, 1858; m. Jan. 27, 
1885, Nellie F. French of Kent's Hill ; residence, No. W^oodstock. 

14574. Yesta W. Bessey*, b. June 14, 1871. 

14575. Flora M. Besse^-^, b. April 14, 1873. 



984 THE DESCENDANTS OP'' 

145Y0. 3. GiLMAX AiSTiN', h. Marcli i^4, 1838; m. Aug. 20, 
ISGO, Evelina Adelaide, daiiylitor of Calvin and Achsa D. (Mc- 
Keiiney) Jackson, b, xVpril 8. 18i:2; a farnitT; residoncu, Bryant's 
Pond; he served during war in Co. J), 2od Me. Yols. ; 5 c. 

145T7. Clara M.', b. June lf5, 1805; m. June 15, 1883, ^{. M. 
llathaAvay ; residence, Bryant's J^oud ; no issue. 

14578. Gerald B.-, b. Sept. 3, 1808. 

14579. Balpii E.^ b. July 1^1, 1871 ; d. Aug. 12, 1877. 
14680. Fanxie E.^ b. April 23, 1S77. 

14581. I. Leoxa GexeyieveS, b. Dee. 21, 1882. 



145S2. 4. Xapoleox Boxaparte', b. Dec. 28, 1830 ; enlisted in 
a Wisconsin regiment and d. Dec. 3, 1802, from wounds received 
in the battle of SLiloh. 

14583. 5. Alaxsox Mellex", b, April 7, 1841; enlisted in 5th 
Me. Yols. ; d. at Andersonville Prison, Aug. 2, 1804. 

14584. 0. Gilbert Mortiek Lafayette^, b. April 28, 1844; 
m. 1806, Adelaide Dudley ; enlisted in Co. D, 16th Me. Yols. ; 
residence. Fremont, ]Seb. 

14585. 7. Maria Josepiiixe', b. June 25, 1848 ; in. Aug. 9, 
18G8, Charles M., son of Christopher and Sally (Felt) P>ryant, b. 
Greenwood, Me., Xov. 3, 1844; a mason; residence, Sauk Centre, 
Minn. ; 2 c. 

14586. Xellie May Bryaxt^ b. May 3, 1809. 

14587. Charles Moxtrose Bryant', b. Xov. 1, 1870. 



14588. 8. EuGEXE Zepiiaxiati', b. Dec. 6, 1851 ; m. (pub. jSTov. 
21, 1870) Dora A^iokV, daughtei- of Leonard- and Angeline (Styles) 
Whitman, b. Julv 25, 1848; for some years a music teaclier ; after 
preaching regularly for four years he gi-aduated, June, 1SS8, from 
tlie J^ewiston Theological Institute : has jnst accepted a call to the 
Free Baj'tist Church at Brunswick, Me. ; present residence, J^ew- 
iston ; 3 c. • 

14589. Ervixct Leslie", b. Xov. 5, 1871. 

14590. Fraxk Edward", b. Oct., 1878. 

14591. Dora May^ b. Jan. 29, 1881. 



14592. YII. A son'' ; d. in infancy. 



JOHN WHITMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 985 

14593. VIII. Alanson Mellen", b. May 17, 1814; m. 
April 12, 1846, Eleanor, daughter of Samuel and Tiebecca 
(Stevens) Bryant, 1). Sept. 5, 1829; residence, Bryant's 
Pond ; 1 c. 

14594. 1. Clarissa PvECORd', b. Jan. 20, 1847; d. Jan. 7, 1850. 



14595. IX. Clarissa Recoku'', b. Sept. 11, 1818; d, 
Oct. 11, 1859. 

1459G'. X. Albion Keith Paris'', b. Oct. 9, 1820; m. 
Feb. 19, 1844, Elvira S., daughter of Samuel and Rebecca 
(Stevens) Bryant, b. Dec. 29, 1826; a carpenter; was at 
one time deputy sheriff of Oxford County; residence, 
Bryant's Pond, where he d. April 12, 1861 ; 6 c. 



14597. 1. Eva Jl.\ b. May 81, 1345 ; d. April 4, 1S6G. 

14598. 2. Alice Elvixa', b. Feb. 18, 1847; d. July 26, 1848. 

14599. 3. Addie A.', b. Aug. 13, 1S4S ; m. Jan. 20, 1S7C, Mc4- 
vilie Meserve ; a U. S. mail contractcr ; residence, I'ortlaud ; 1 c. 

14599a". Alice Blanche ]\rESEKVE'^, b. June 21, 1880. 



14600. 4. Chandler A.^, b. May 16 ; d. June 7, 1850. 

14601. 5. Aldana Crocker", b. Oct. 2, 1853 ; m. Sept. 18, 1877, 
Mary Agnc?, daughter of Orlando C. and Abiali T. (Ilobbs) Hongli- 
ton, b. Mareli 4, 1859 ; a locomotive engineer ; residence, 1 Warren 
Bt., Portland ; 1 c. 

14602. Ernest Albion^ b. July 28, 1885. 



14G03. 6. Ida May', b. Feb. 19, 1855; m. Dec. 27, 1876, Mah 
colm P., son of Ileniy and Mary A. (McGregor) En Earl, b. Troy, 
Feb. 7, 1847 ; a painter; residence, Merrimac, Mass.; 2 c. 

14604.- Harold Percy En Earl'^, b. July 1, 1877. 

14605. Alice Bl.i^^che En Earl", b. July 23, 1880; d. May 7, 
1882. 

14606. Jacor, JvJ (544), Jacob', John-^ Abiah~, John\ 
b. Bridg-ewater, Mass., Oct. 11, 1779; m. 1798, Dorcas, 
daughter of Dea. William Ijcrry of Buckfield, b. June 16, 



98G THE DESCENDANTS OF 

1779; d. May 2-], 18G7; lie came to Biickfield ^YItll liis 
father; in the spring' of 1799 he moved to Woodstock, 
being- tlie fom-tli settler in the town, having the previous 
year made a clearing and built a log-cabin ; his farm was 
that now owned b}' the town as a town farm ; his ci'ops and 
house were burned during tlie first year, but lie replanted 
his crops in time to secure a harvest, and rebuilt his cabin ; 
he was a hard-working, prudent man, and greatly respected 
amono' his neis'libors ; with his br<:»ther Luther he was 
prominent in organizing the Baptist church of Woodstock, 
and was a la}' preacher of much influence in his own and 
adjoining towns; he d. Hebron, Sept. 6, 1873, aged 94; 
id c, all b. Woodstock.. I. ZilpJia''; XL Abigail''; III. 
Jacob^ ; IV. Jeri Berry*' ; V. Joshua Sullivai/' ; YI. Reu- 
ben*'; A'll. Hem ember Berry''; VIII. Dorcas"; IX. Irene 
Doton"; X. Elon Greenleaf". 

14607. I. ZiLPnA«, b. July 4, ISOl ; m. April 29, 1821, 
Luther*', son of Luther^ and Polly (Berry) Whitman ; see 
line. 

14608. IL Abigail«, b. Feb. 15, 1803; d. Xov. 1, 1824. 

14609. III. Dr. Jacoj}*', b. Dec. 31, 1805; m. Nov. 29, 
1827, Bolly, daughter of Seth and Esther (Jackson) Benson, 
b. Benson, Aug. 31, 1805; residence, Woodstock, where 
he d. June 1, 1888; 8.c. 



146L0. 1. Sally^ b. Sept. 20, 182S; d. Jan. 10, 1842. 

14011. 2. Maky', b. Xov. 15, 1829; in. Oct. 17, 1S58, William 
S., son of John and Marcena (Churchill) Bicknell, b. March 6, 1830 ; 
residence, "W^oodstock ; 5 c, all nnraarricd. 

14012. Viola E. Bickxell^, b. Sept. 19, 1859. 
14018. ViETTA E. Bicknell^ b. March 31, 1864. 

14014. Virginia E. JhcKNELL", b. Xov. 17, 1807. 

14015. Victor E. Bicknell^ b. Dec. IS, 1S09. 

14016. A' lABELLA E. Bicknell«, b. Sept. 29, 1872. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 987 

1-1G17. 3. Charles Henry", b. Dec. 3, 1831; m. Feb. 1, 1S53, 
Elmira P., daughter of Jiarvcy ;iiu] Tcin])ci-;ince (Howard) Fuller, 
b. Dec. 5, 183(5; residence, "Woodstock; 14 c. 

14018. Clarexce E.^ b. Feb. 24, 1851 ; d. ]\[ay 4, ISoS. 

14G19. George S.", b. xVpril 10, 1S5G. 

14G20. Albert L.^ b. Jan. 7, 1S5S ; d. April 21, 1S77. 

14G21. Martha A.\ b. Sept. 17, 1859 ; m. (pub. Jan. 19, 1S7G} 
John M. Felt; she d. Sept. 10, ISSl ; 1 c. 

14G22. Kolla Felt', b. 3Iay 10, 1877. 

14623. William TI.^ b. Xov. 28, 1861. 

14G24. Laforest W.^ b. Feb. IS, 1863. 

14625. Frank E.^ b. Sept. 29, ISOl. 

14G26. Burton A.^, b. Aug. 21, 1867; d. March 29, 1877. 

14627. Yelma J.^ b. Feb. 18, 1868. 

14628. Freder]cik A.-^ b. Aug. 26, 1870. 
11629. Elvern E.% b. May 25. 1872. 

14630. Lulu M.^ b. Jan. 8. 1874. 

14631. Robert B.-, b. Xov. 25, 187G. 

14632. Pearl E.*, b. Aug. 1, 1879.- 



14633. 4. George Lincoln', b. Sept. 1, 1833; m. March 7, 
1856, Mary S. Yerrill ; a farmer ; residence. Bethel ; 9 c. 

14634. LORA M.^ b. Xov. 9, 1857; m. Dec. 3, 1875, Jotham H. 
Perliam ; a fanner ; rcsi<;leuee, Bethel ; 3 c. 

14635. Gladys L. Perh.im-', b. Feb. 2, 1877. 
14036. Nelson A. Perbams, b. June 28, 1878. 
14637. Clarence A. Pc'rlla^n^ b. Nov. 20, 1880. 

14638. Mabel J.\ b. Felx 28, 1S61; m. Sept. 27, 1879, George 
F. Wilson; a cooper; residence, Ik-thel; no issue. 

14639. George C.^ b. Feb. 11 ; d. April 10, 186L 

14640. Carrie E.^, b. April 3, 1865 ; d. Jan. 3, 1882. 

14641. George 0.^ b. Jan. 26, 1868; d. March 17, 1869. 

14642. Mertie E.^ b. Jan. 27 ; d. May 15, 1870. 

14643. Rosa E.S b. July 28, 187L 

14644. Xarcissa E.^, b. Sept. 2, 1875. 



988 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

UC>r6. Georgie L.^ 1». Aug. 31, ISTS. 



14Gi6. 5. Rev. Jaked', b. ^[arcli 7, 1830; m. Mav 18, 1802, 
Maiy 'M.\ daughter of Orreu and TvLi'"' (AYhitmau) Gliues, b. March 
7, IS-l-i:; is a preacliing ehler in the Second .Vdvent church ; re>i- 
dence, Otistiekl, Me. ; c. 

14647. Emma E.^ b. Aug. 27, 1S06. 

14G4S. Ehedekick Eugene^ b. 'Mia-ch 27, 1809. 

14049. Mamie Etta^ b. ^lareh 2, 1871. 

14650. Beetkand Montelle-, b. May 8, 1876. 

14651. Jahed Ekemont^, b. Sept. 10, 1881. 
14651a. Lottie M.^ b. 1885. 



14652. 6. Clara Y.\ b. ^''ov. 20, 1838; m. :n"ov. 28, 1800, 
Granville jST., son of Jolih G. and Aver (Lawrence) Eelt, b. June 
l-J-, 1835 ; residence, ^^oodstock ; 3 c. 

14653. Eliza A. Eelt^ b. May 6, 1808. 

14654. Earl G. Felt^ b. June 5, 1870. 

14655. Albert X. Eelt^, b. Xov. 12, 1874. 



14656. 7. Sarah E.", b. Jan. 19, 1845; m. May 12, 1867, by 
Elder Jared "Whitman, Levi L. Proctor, b. Sumner, Me., Jan. 29, 
1841 ; residence, "Woodstock ; 3 c, 

14667. Elizabeth E. PROCTOR^ b. Sept. 2, 1809. 

14658. Frederick D. Proctor^ b. ]\Lxrch 26, 1871. 

14659. Bertie L. Pkoctor% b. Xov. 20, 1874. 



• 14660. 8. Eliza Benson", b. Jan. 7, 1848 ; unmarried ; resi- 
dence, W^oodstock. 

146G1. IV. Zeri Berky°, h. Aug. 4, 1S07 ; m. Dec. G, 
1832, Mary, daiigliter of Joseph and Pliebe (Martin) Dale, 
b. May 3, 1811 ; a farmer: residence, Llebro]!, Me., where 
he d. of consumption, Sept. 23, 1864 ; his Avidow still resides 
at Hebron ; 9 c. 

14062. 1. Sarah Augusta', b. Dee. 30, 1833; m. Xov. 23, 
1854, Moses Woodman, son of William Stockman of Danville, 
Me. ; a carpenter ; residence, Lov.ell, Mass. ; 1 c. 



JOnX WIIIT.ArAN OF WEYMOUTH. 989 

14663. liAKRiET Makia Stockman^, b. Sept. 18, 1855 ; m. 
June 15, 1884, Georu-e A. Smith; residence, iSV). 7 J3runswiclc, 
Watson ave., Lowell ; 1 c. 

14663a. Wanier Stockman Smith^ b. July 12, 1885. 



14664. 2. Charles ^Y.\ b. Oct. 14, 1835 ; d. Feb. 8, 1840. 
14G65. 3. Abigail M.^, h. Jan. 29; d. Xov. 24, 1837. 

14666. 4. FiiANK Mellex', b. Sept. 30, 1838; m. Sept. 15, 
1864, Annie Edwards, danoliter of Warroi L. and Mary J. Parker, 
b. Groveland, Mass., June 28, 1841 ; at tlie outbreak of tlie war lie 
enlisted for three months in a ]^ew Hampshire regiment ; upon the 
expiration of his service he reenlistcd hi Co. G, 35th ]\rass. Yols., 
and served in many severe engagements ; in the second l)attle of 
Spottsylvania, May ]S, 1864, he lost his riglit foot; he received 
from the Congress of the United States a medal of honor for meri- 
torious services ; for the past tv/enty years has been a clerk in the 
Boston Custom House; residence, Haverhill, Mass.; 8 c, all b. 
Haverhill. 

14667. Phineas Warren^ b. July 3, 1865 ; d. May 28, 1867. 

14668. Mary Plaxche^ b. Jan. 21, 1868. 

14669. Fraxk Aecher5, b. Nov. 18, 1869 ; d. July 26, 1870. 

14670. Bertha Parker^ b. Xov. 9, 1870. 

14671. Bessie Dale*, b. Xov. 5, 1872. 

14672. Anxie Edwards^ b. July 8, 1874. 

14673. Grace ]\Iabel5, b. ^lay 18, 1876. 

14674. Johx^ b. Jan. 7, 1S79. 



14675. 5. George G.^ b. ^lay 13, 1841; m. Xov. 5, 1872, 
Amanda Eveline, daughter of Winthi'op and Ascenas (Harmon) 
Hill, b. Conway, X. H., Jan. 24, 1847 ; he enlisted in Co. K, 5th 
Me. Vols., and served three years; a farmer; residence, So. Paris, 
Me. ; 1 c. 

14676. Frederick Arthur^ b. Feb. 18, 1882. 



14677. 6. E.MORE S.', b. June 20, 1843 ; enlisted in Co. B, 9th 
]SIe. Vols., and sailed in tlic first ileet sent to South Carolina; d. 
Hilton Head, S. C, Dec. 14, 1861. 

14678. 7. Maria WiLKixs^,b. June 4, 1845; d. March 19, 1856. 



990 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14670. S. Eli Barbeh', b. July S, lSi7 ; in. July, 1ST3, Eli/.a- 
bcth, daiiu'liter of Stephen P. and Kuth .B, (Steven?) lloAve, b. 
Bryant's Pond, Me., Sept. 8, lS-i9 ; a merchant at Bryant's Pond, 
where he d. Xov. 27, ISSi; no issue. 

14C)S0. 9. Elliot 1).', b. An--. 21, ISol ; a carpenter; residence, 
Lowell, Mass. ; during the sniall-pox epidoniic in that city, he fell 
a victim to the disease and d. Sept. 30, 1871. 



14G81. y. Joshua Sullivan*', b. May 9, 1809; m. So- 
phia, daughter of John Dacy of Woodstock, h. ; a 
farmer ; residence, Green\vood, Me. ; 7 c. 



146S2. 1. Weston Yihgil', b. Dec. 24, 1847; m. Marcli 2S, 
1876, Sarah E., daughter of Ebenezer P. and Catharine II. (Benson) 
Humphrey, b. Paris, Me., Aug. 20, 1841; d. Oct. o, 1S86; resi- 
dence, W. Paris, where lie d. xVug. 28, 1SS5 ; 2 c. 

14683. Sadie Maud", b. :\rarch 13, 1877. 

14684. Walter EBENEZER^ b. Oct. 1, 1879; d. Oct. 14, 1882. 



14685. 2. John Winfield", b. Aug. 26, 1849; m. Dec. 20, 
1874, Isabella Frances, daughter of Charles and Abigail Jacobs 
(Prince) Young, b. Xov. 1, 1849 ; a blacksmith ; residence, W. 
Paris, Me. ; 2 c. 

14686. Frederick Ernest^ b. Sept. 22, 1876. 

14687. Grace Isabella''^, b. Xov. 25, 1879. 



14688. 3. Virgil D.^, h. Aug. 26 ; d. Oct. 17, 1852. 

14689. 4. Granville', b. Oct. 21, 1854; unmarried; residence, 
Greenwood. 

14690. 5. Louise S.\ b. Sept., 1846 ; m. Charles Nathan, son of 
Col. Sampson and Avice (Chiramings) Dunham, b. 1846; residence, 
Korway, Me. ; 1 c. 

14691. Dunham^ 

14692. 6. Joshua Sullivax, Jr.^, b. July 3, 1859 ; d. 1876. 

14693. 7. Georgie N.', b. April 6, 1864; m. Aug. 19, 1882, 
John Quincy, son of Benjamin F. and Plioda R. (Bryant) Pratt, b. 
Dec. 29, 1847 ; residence, Paris ; 1 c. 



JOHN WHITM.VX OF WEYMOirTJI. 991 

14G94. Grace Bell Pkatt^ b. :\[:ircli 30, 1883. 

14G9o. VI. REU^,EN^ b. May 21), 1811; m. May 12, 
1840, Lucy Hog-don of Bethel, b. June 22, 1805; d. May 
4, 1800 ; lie purchased tlie Luther Brigg-s' farm in the 
soutli part of AVoodstock, Me., wliere he now resides; 2 c. 

14696. 1. Abigail", b. Marcli 27, 1841; munarried ; at liome. 

14697. 2. Makcia^ b. Aug. 22, 1843; d. Dec. 29, 1864. 



14098. VIL I^EMEMBER Berry'^ b. Nov. 28, 1818 ; m. 
(pub. Aug. 13, 1830) Daniel P. Bennett; residence, Green- 
wood, Me., wliere she d. Nov. 10, 1840; (he was after- 
wards m. three times:) he d. Oct., 1888; 1 c. 



14699. 1. Edwin R. Bennett', b. Dec. 31, 1839 ; d. Dec. 10, 
1840. 

14700. Yin. Dorcas^ b. March 11, 1810; m. March 
29, 1842, Dnstin, son of Dea. Christopher and Sally (Felt) 
Bryant, b. Jan. 3, 1821; residence, Greenwood; P. 0. 
Bryant's Pond ; 3 c. 

14701. 1. Emily Jane Bkyant', b. Jan. 20, 1843 ; m. Dec. 24, 
1864, Alonzo, son of Jeremiah and EHza (Perkins) Felt, b. Sept. 
11,1833; a farmer; residence, "Woodstock ; P. O. Bryant's Pond ; 
3 c. 

14702. (A son) FELT^ b ; d. April 7, 1S6S. 

14703. Lena May Felt^ b. Sept. 6, 1872. _ • 

14704. Archie Dustin Felt^, b. June ^, 1876. 



14705. 2. Orison Greenleaf Bryant^, b. May 12, 1845 ; m. 
July 26, 1877, Laura Viola Martin; when four and-a4ialf years of 
age ho was crippled by the loss of his arm ; he early devoted him- 
self to the study of music, and has bee]] for maiiy yeai-s a successful 
insti'uctor in si]]ging ; resided, for some years, at Sauk Centre, 
Minn. ; residence, since Nov., 1884, Los Angelos, Cal. ; 3 c, one d. 
in infancy. 



992 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14706. .Marland Dl-stin Bryant'', b. July 30, 1ST8. 
U107. Myrtle Viola I^kyant^, b. Jan. 24, 18S0. 



14703. 8. Abxek Dustin Bryant', b. ^'ov. 28, 1849 ; m. March 
22, 18GS, Lydia Ann, dnu<rljtor of JoLn and Judith (Ilicks) Thorn, 
b. Brunswick, ^le., July 17, 1848; a fanner; residence. Br^-ant's 
Pond ; 5 c, all but eldest b. Greenwood. 

14709. John Howard Bryant^, b. Ih-unswick, Oct. 5, 1869. 

14710. Grace Harriet Bryant-, b. Oct. 19, 1873. 

14711. Abner Montrose Bryant*, b. June 25, 1S7S. 

14712. William Dana Bryant^ b. March 7, 1881. 

14713. Edith May I'.ryant", b. March 12, 1884. 



14714. IX. Irene Doton'^ b. 'M.^j 15, 1818; d. Sept. 
25, 1880; unniarried. 

14715. X. Elox Greenleaf^ b. July 31, 1823; m. 
May 31, 1846, Lucy Bryant, daugliter of Oliver and Rlioda 
(Bryant) Sv.an ; he lived for man}' years on Lis father's 
liomestead, but recently sold it to the town for a town 
farm and removed to Greenwood, Me., where he now 
resides ; 10 c. 

14716. 1. Eliza E.', b. July 22, 1847; m. Oct. 29, 1870, Isaac 
T., son of Alanson and Elniira (Buck) Bacon ; she d. Woodstock, 
July 10, 1872 ; he resides Logansport, Ind. ; ] c. 

14717. Elizabeth M. Bacon^, b. March 18, 1872. 



14718. 2. George Washington^, b. Xov. 29, 1848; m. March 
24, 1871, Georgic A., daughter of Joseph J), and Mary Ann 
(Sampson) Brown, b. Oct. 31, 1854; residence, Xo. Woodstock; 3 c. 

14719. Bertie G.^ b. Dee. 24, 1871. 

14720. Fred. H.*, b. Jan. 12, 1874. 

14721. BoBERT Earls, b. I^Iay 4, 1876 ; d. June 25, 1882. 

14722. 3. Jacob Fillmore', b. March 16, 1850 ; m. Aug. 28, 
1870, Georgic. daugliter of Amos and Sai'ah A. (Whitney) Richard- 
son, b. July 2(>, 1816 ; a farnier ; residence, Otisfield ; I'. 0. Bolster's 
Mills ; 6 c. 



JOHN' UJIITMAX OF WFA'MOUTII. 993 



147-23. Sadie Y.^ h. May 20, 1S72. 

14724. IUrdie G.^ b. ^Farcli 25. 1874. 

14725. Emma E.^ b. Dee. 12, 1S70. 
1472G. Walter L.^ b. Nov. ]0, 187S. 

14727. Lalo May^ b. A])ril S, 1883. 

14728. lioscoE F.^ h. Jan. 31, 1885. 



14729. 4. Oliver Greexleaf', b. Jan. 3, 1852; m. Xov. 16, 
1873, Ilaniiali E., dauglitor of Geor^-c G. and Estlier E. (J3eiuiett) 
Cordwel], b. Greenwood, Feb. G, 1S5S ; a farmer; residence, 
Greenwood ; 4 c. 

14730. Perley :vr.-, b. April 15, 1877. 

14731. Aky M.^ b. Feb. 4, 1880. 

14732. Leslie C.% b. Jan. 3, 1883. 
14732a. Bessie E.^ b. April 11, 1887. 



14733. 5. Eeubex Millxer^ b. April 21, 1854; ni. Sept. 28, 
1873, Florence Y., dangiiter of ITejiry F. and Mary V. (Coixhvell) 
Noyes, b. G]-een\vood, May 24, 1854; d. Oct. 3, 1886; a fanner; 
residence, Greenvrood ; 4 c. 

14734. Euby M.^ b. Oct. 29, 1874. 

14735. Wallace II. «, b. July 20, 1876. 

14736. Fremoxt E.^ b. July 8, 1880. " ... 
14736a, NiXA B.s, b. Sept. 9, 1886. 



14737. 6. Edsox* L.", b. Dec. 9, 1855; unmarried; residence, 
Gi'eenwood. 

14738. 7. Charles AY.\ b. Jan. 35, 1858 ; ra. Sept. 19, 1880, 
Ada E., daughter of George G. and Esther E. (Bennett) Cordwell, 
b. May 26, 1865 ; a farmer ; residence, Greenwood ; 1 c. 

14739. Leora Ellex«, b. July 22, 1883. 
14739a. Clarence B.^ b. May 23, 1886. 



14740. 8. Almox :\Ioses', b. Aug. 2, 186 1 ; m. Jan. 7, 1888, 

Josephine O., daughter of Jo^ejJi and l^lleu M. (Brown) Lcary of 

Gilead, b. April 26. 1871 ; a telegraph o])ei'ator; residence, Gilead, 

Me. 

63 



^?i»-^*;^*^«w«> 



004 THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

14-741. 0. Etta Lucy^, b. Oct. 28, 1SG5; m. July 21, 1Sn;j, 
E(hvavd ]!., son of Xoah and Sophia (Wilson) j^ike, b. April i>;',, 
ISOo ; residence, Greenwood ; P. O., W. Paris. 

14742. 10. EoxELLO E.', b. Xov. 4, 1SG7 ; a telegraph operator ; 
residence, Milan, :N. II. ; P. O. Copjierville, N. II. " 



14743. JosEPii'^ (5-15), Jacob', Joliir', Abiali"-, John', b. 
Marcii 26, 17.S2; m. 1. l.^()7, Polly, daugliter of Eleazcr 
and Lucy (>Shiirtleff) Cole, b. -Sept. DO, 1783; d. Doc, 
1838; m.'2. Oct. 29, 1846, Mrs. Mary Jones ; he followed 
his brothers to Woodstock, though the exact year of his 
settlement is unascertained; he located on the northern, 
portion of the farm now occupied by D. J. I_jibby ; he d. 
Waterford, :\[e., Dec, 1856, aged 74; 10 c. I. Cyprian''; 
II. Milla«; III. Lovicy^ IV. Harrison''; Y. Chauncey 
C.*"'; YL Elhanan'^ YII. Mary ; YIIL Joseph'^ ; IX. Ilar- 
riet''; X. Tyla". 

14744. I. Cyfeiax'^, b. Fob. 16, 1808; ni. Xov. 29, 
1828, Eliza, daughter of Seth and Esther (Jackson) 
Benson of Xo. Paris, b. April 2, 1809; d. July 25, 
1865; residence, Woodstock, where he d. Dec 4, 1887; 
5 c. 

14745. 1. Capt. Jox'atitax Bexsox', b. June 4, 1S29 ; m. Oct. 
20, 1853, Uannah Capen, daughter of Elijah and Abigail (Morton) 
Monk, b. Juno 21, 1S25 ; 1845, he left home and settled in 
Stoughton, Mass., where he resided for nearly twenty-one years, 
following the trade of boot maker; 1859, he went to Pike's Peak, 
returning just at the begiiuiing of the war; 1SG2, he enlisted in 
Co. I, 12th Mass. Yols. ; was promoted and transferred as captaiii 
to Co. G, same regiment ; May, 1S7G, he moved to Boston an<l 
became an engineer on tlic Boston 6z Providence Pailroad ; resi- 
dence, Boston Highlands ; 3 c, b. Stoughton, Mass. 

14740. Aebie Altce^ b. Oct. 18, 1857; d. Aug. 0, 1864. 

14747. Jonx Oscae^ b. Aug. 13, 1859; d. Jan. IS, 1881. 

14748. Gkace Mortox', b. June 21, 1SG5. 



JOHN WLIITMAX OF WEY.MOUTII. 995 

147-19. 2. Esther', b. .\[arcli .S, IS:-.!; m. Stono-htoii, June 13, 
1S50, FiC'lcric, son of Emoiy and Catliariue (Clark) Beals, b. 
Feb. 5, lS'-'/2 ; he av;i5, for uiaiiy years, a boot maker, and policeman 
for the Old Colony liailruad: i.s )iow Massachusetts agent for E, E. 
Brewster of Holly, Mich. ; residence, Stoughton, Mass. ; 2 c. 

1-1750. Ella Ardelia Bkals^ b. Nov. 27, 1851 ; nj. 1. Nov. 
15, 1S73, Ein-ene xV. Pierce, b. S^ept. 11,1849; d. Feb. 20,1876; 
m. 2. Sept. 12, 1SS3, Horace 11. Watts of Concord; she d. ^larch 
22, 1886 ; no issue. 

14751. Fred Masox Beals^, b. July 12, 1800; m. Stonghton, 
by Eev. C. li. Tenney. June 29, 1885, Fannie L., daughter of 
Doming J. and Sophia ]\I. (Cbapman) Drake, b. Dec. 14, 1804; an 
expert telegraph operator ; resideiice, Stoughton ; 1 c. 

14751a. iVIiviam Masou Beals^ h. Sept. o, 1S77. % 

14752. 3. CrPRiAX Decatur', b. Sept. 7, 1830; m. Northum- 
berland, N. II., April 8n, 1859, Mary, daughter of OliN-er Morse 
and Mary Jane (Goodenongh) Wilson ; an engineer ; he d. AVater- 
ford, Vt., Jan. 24, 1802; (his widow m. April 14, 1871, Benson 
Shuman Aldrich; residence, Entield, Mass., where she d. Jnne, 
1887 ;) 1 c. 

14753. Tola Estelle', b- Sept. 7, 1801 ; m. Nov. 2, 18S6, Edward 
Baxter Do v\'] ling ; residence, Eniield ; 1 c. 

1475aa,. Harold Whitman Downing-', b. June QT, 1SS8. 



14754. 4. Eliza Jaxe', 1). Dec. 22, 1837; nj. Stoni'ngton, Sept. 
28, 1802, Thomas Philander liyder : a music teacher; residence, 
E. Somerville, Mass. ; 2 c. 

14755. Clarexce Eegexe Byder^ b. Stoughton, Jan. 15, 1804 ; 
m. March 24, 1S88, Nellie Barker Tibl)ctts of \V. Somerville. 

14750. Frank IIerrert IlvDEiiS, |,, Chelsea, May 27, 1805. 



14757. 5. Arabella LTolmes', b. No. Paris, May 10, 1840 ;!:m. 
March 2, 1858, AVilliam, son of George P. and Abigail (Guppy) 
Hooper, b. Palis, April 24, 1832 ; a ])assenger conductor on the 
Knox & Lincoln Pailroad ; residence, 37 Bedford st., Bath, Me.; 
2 c. 

1475S. Fkaxcis El^ier Hooper^, b. Se])t. 22, 1801. 

14759. MixxiE May Hoopers, b. Ang. 24, 1875. 



990 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

14.7C0. II. MiLLA", I). Feb. 27, 1S09; m. (pub. Dec. i>4, 
1830) Sewell, .son ofIvow.se and Ilannali (Carroll) Bisbco, 
b. So. Paris, Ano-. 12, 1803; d. Sept. 1, 18G5; re.sidence, 
Greenwood, Me., where slie d. April 10, 18(:;2 ; (he m. 2. 
Feb. 22, 18G5, ^Irs. Sally U. (Curtis) Whitman, widow of 
Elhanan"; she resides No. Newry, Me. ;) 5 c. 



14761. 1. Silvia Bisbee', b. April 14, 1$31 ; m. 1. Dec. 9, 18.53, 
Frank Bennett; ni. 2. April 14, 1872, John, son of Timothy Tih- 
betts, b. Fairfiekl, Marcli 3, 1824 ; residence, I\ orricl^i^^ewock ; 3 c. 

14762. Anna ]!ennett% b. Aug. 4, 1855 ; m. 1. March, 1869, 
David E. Bobbin? ; ni. 2. April 28, 1872, Alplieus S. Brooks, 1... 

/1850; residence. Greenwood; 6 c. 

14708. John Robbin.^-'. 

14704. I.eon Brooks-'. 

147C5. Heniy Brooks^ 

14766. Ernest Brooks''. 

14767. Frank Brooks^ 

14768. Mamie Brooks'. 

14769. Jerome Bennett^, b. July 9, 1859 ; m. 1887, Mary Cole. 

14770. Ella Tibbettss, b. Jan. 1, 1873. 

14771. 2. LovixiA BisbeeI b. Oct. 6, 1833; d. Aug. 16, 1852; 
unmarried. 

14772. 3. RosiLLA Bisbee'', b. July 26, 1835 ; m. by B. II. 
Crockett, Dec. 25, 1860, J. Freeland, son of Samuel and Lucy 
(Dunn) Bird, b. Feb. 4, 1835 ; a farmer ; residence, Albany, Me. ; 
Fhe d. Feb. 25, 1866; 1 c. 

14772a. Wellington Bird-% b. Oct. 3, 1861 ; unmarried. 

14773. 4. Orin Bisbee\ b. Nov. 21, 1838 ; m. Sept., ISGS, 
Aurilla Libby; she d. ^sov. 8, 1861; lie d. Jan., 1873; 1 c. 

14774. Walter Bisbee^, b. 1864; residence, Greenwood. 

14775. 5. Loannah E. Bisbee^, b. xipril 2, 1842; m. J^ov. 30, 
1860, Dennis Wellington, son of Southern and Mary (Cole) Cole, b. 
June 28, 1837 ; a farmer ; residence, E. Bethel ; she d. Glenwood, 
June 24, 1875 ; 4 c. 

14776. Elmer D. Cole% b. Jan. 11, 1862; m. Sept. 6, 1885, 
Bertie O. Holt. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEY^rOUTII. 907 

U7V7. Frederick II. Cole^, b. Nov. 2, 18()i. 

1477S. Lamoxt E. Coles, b. Oct. 20, 180S. 

14770. Lillian M. Cole^, b. Feb. 5; d. Oct. 2G, 1875. 



14780. 111. LoviCY'', b. Jan. 17, 1811 ; in. Jan. 12, 183G, 
Isaac GonW Spoiford, li. ]>ot]iel, Jnne "JS, 1810; d. Riun- 
forcl, Nov. (], 1879; residence, Mili<-i)]i l^lantation, ]^Ie., 
where slie d. xVug. 17, 18G7 ; (he m. 2. I\[arch 14, 18G8, Mrs. 
Mary A. Woods;) 8 c., all but eldest b. Milton Plantation. 



1-1781. 1. Joseph Henry Wiiit.aian Spofford"', b. Bethel, 
Jan. 23, 1837 ; m. Paris, Sept. 23, 1800, Lucy Felt, dauo-hter of 
Columbus and Clementina (Nutting) Perliain, b. AVoodstoclv, Fel). 
4, 1810 ; a fanner ; residence, Milton Plantation ; he d. Aug. 24, 
1888 ; 6 c. 

14782. Ellsworth II. Spoffords, b. Oct. 27, 1862. 

14-783. Edson E. Spofford^, b. May 24, 1865. 

14784. Ida C. Spofford^, b. Ang. 14, 1SG8; m. Oct. 20, 1888, 
Freeman M. Bixby of Pnmford. 

14785. Sylvania P. Spoffohd^, b. Aug. 28, 1870. 

14786. Lucy S Spoffords, b. April 4, 1870; d. April 3, 1880. 

14787. Joseph I. Spofforhs, b. Feb. 15, 1884. 



14788. 2. Adonira:^! J. Spoffokd', b. Bethel, Oct. 5, 1S3S ; m. 
Mystic, Ct., Nov. 20, 1862, Sarah Jane, daughter of Amos and 
Sally OVhipple) Whipple, b. Ledyard, May 31, 1842; they have 
resided at Ilopedale, Mass., for tlie past twenty years ; he was, for 
many years, farmer and manager of tlie agricultural interests of 
E. D. Draper; afterwards, a-sisted in tlic management of the Ilop^e- 
dalc Boarding House; at present, engaged in the sale of sewing 
machines; 1 c. 

14789. Sarah Mabel Spoffokds, b. Oct. 7, 1864. 



14700. 3. Harriet Adeline Spofford', b. Nov. 22, 1840 ; m. 
Nov. 10, 1S06, Charles P. Dunn, b. Peru, Me., March 4, 1848 ; 
residence, Aul)urn, Mc. ; 1 c. 

14700a. Edward C. DuNN^ b. Oct. 10, 1867. 



14791. 4. Isaac E. Spofford', b. June 10, 1843; d. Nov. 30, 
1844. 



99S 



THE l)KSC]:XDAXT.-i OF 



14702. 5. Edwix Isaac SroFFOin)', h. Kov. lit, ISll; m. 1. 
Kov, 17, lSn7, Laviiiia J3is])C'e", daua-liter of Lntlicr'^ aud Zilplia*"' 
(Wliitmaii) Wliitman, b. April 2, 1843; d. April 1, 1870; in. 2. 
Nov. 3, 187S, Henrietta, danp:liter of Jolin and Lncretia B. (Lorinc;) 
York, b. Yannoutli, ."AEe., Dec. 15, 1813 ; d. Dec. 10, 1875 ; ni. 3. 
Kov. 28, "Nov. 28, 1878, Jlr.i'tlia Hooper, danglitcr of George "W. 
and Miraiida (Cuoperj Cole, b. Paris, ^de., Fe1). 13, 1840 ; an engi- 
neer and machinist; residence, Paris, 2\[e. ; served during tlie war 
in Co. H, lltli Me. Vols. ; 5 c. 

14793. Mvr.A Layixia Si^offoed^ b. Jan. 6, 1869. 

14794. Nellie Lucretja Spoffokd^, b. May 31, 1874. 

14795. Chaeles Edwin Spofford-, b. March 25, 1880. 

14796. Albion Keith Spofforiv, b. May 22, 1881. 

14797. JuDSOX Gould Spofford-, b. June 8, 1883. 



14798. 6. Edsox Gould Spoffokd^, b. Oct. 1, 1846 ; m. Frank- 
lin Plantation, ]March 15, ISOS, Mrs. Francesca C. Childs, widow 
of Geo. E. Childs, and daugkter of George and Sarah (Pi'ay) Hop- 
kins, b. Jan, 21, 1847 ; he Avas corporal of Co. K, 2d Me. Ca-\'alry ; 
is overseer in Barker's Mills; residence, Paris; 1 c. 

■ 14799. Georc^e E. Spofford-^ b. April 7, 1871. 

14800. 7. AxxA LoviCY Spofford', b. May 8, 1849; m. Oct. 
14, 1866, Hiram Godwin, son of Samuel and Mary Ann (Swan) 
Merrill, b. Bethel, March 14, 1844; enlisted in Co. K, 2d Islc. Cav- 
alry ; residence, So. Paris ; 8 c. 

14801. Stella A. Merrill^, b. Dec. 6, 1867. 

14802. William M. Merrill^ b. Oct. 14, 1869. 

14803. Addie M. ]\[erriltA b. Aug. 25, 1873; d, Sept. 18, 
1874. ^ 

14804. Mabel S. MERRILL^ b. Sept. 29, 1876. 

14805. Addie D. MEi;RrLL\ b. March 4, 1878. 

14806. Edsox Gould Merrill^ b. Dec. 16, 1879. 

14807. Fred. Ai.vERTUs Merrill\ b. Aug. 31, 1884. 
14807a. Lexa May >\rER]aLLl 



14808. 8. Martia ]\iel\'ixa Spofford', b. Aug. 1, 1851 ; d. 
Sept. S, 1872. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF "WF^YMOUTir. 909 

148O0. IV. riAK>KiS(VN'', 1). May in, 1S13; m. Nov. 27, 
IS.'Wj, L)e]}ihin;i, daug'liter of Jotliani and Lucy (Felt) Per- 
hani, b. March "20, 1S18; lie settled at Woodstock as a 
i^irmer ; ho \vas at one time captain of tlie Woodstock 
infantry conipjuiy, and served at the time that war was 
threatened witli reference to tlie northeastern Ijoundary 
dispute ; was at one time coroner of Oxford County ; Ite 
d. Jan., 1845, leaving liis widow with three small -children 
to bring up and but limited means of sujjport; she resides 
at Augusta with her son Harrison S. ; 4 c. 



14S10. 1. SroFFOEi'", b. 1S37 ; d. 1838. 

14811. 2. George Washington', b. Feb. 14, 1839; m.MayT, 
18G8, Eliza J., daughter of (^iiavles Davis; a fanner and gardener; 
residence, ISorwav ; lie served nearly three years in the late war in 
Co. F, 17th Me. Vols. ; 2 c. 

14812. Bertha E.^, b. June 10. 1SG9. 
11813. Walter G.\ b. May 4, 1874. 



14814. 3. Angela', b. l^cc. 2r., 1841 ; m. Sept. 18, 1859, Paif us, 
Jr., son of Fufns and Chloe (Fuller) Farrar, b. Feb. 20, 1S30; resi- 
dence, Grafton, Me. ; 8 c, all unmarried. 

14815. Julian H. Farrar^, b. Paris, July 7, 1861. 

14810. Angie Lillian Farrar^ b. Paris, April 19. 1SG3; m. 
March 11, 1885, Curat ia Twilciiell Parker, b. Gilead, Me., May 7, 
1857; residence, Gilead; 2 c, 

1481Ga. Mabel Coi-a Parkei-'. b. Oct. 20, 1885. 
1481Gb. Artlmr Curatia Parker'', b. ]May 1, ISST. 

14817. Arthur L. Fariiar\ b. Paris, Nov. 21, 18G4. 

14818. Carroll S. Farrar^, b. l^iris, Aug. 14, 1807. 
14810. Cora Estella Farrar^, b. Paris, April 10, 1870. 

14820. Florence Gertrude Farrar % b. Woodstock, April 7, 
1872. 

14821. Ethelwyn May Farraiu^ b. Grafton, Dec. 25, 1875. 

14822. ERNEsr Farrar% b. Grafton, Dec. 3, 1879. 



1000 THE DESCKXDAXTS OF 

14823. 4. llEV. IJahuisox SroFFOui)', h. Feb. 5. 1S44; ni. May 
5, 1ST9, Susie F. Warreu of Great Falls, 3,'. IT. ; Avitli his bmtlier 
and sister lie early .sliowed reiuarlcable aptitude for euinposirii.n, 
botli in prose and poetry, and a foTulues-^ for study, and deterniiurd 
to .secure a liberal education ; he studied in "W'oodstocl-: and vari^ms 
academies, and in 1865 entered I>owdoin Colleg'e, graduating in 
1SC9 ; boih before entering college and during his stay there lie 
liad tauglK school, and uprm leaving college took charge for two 
years of Thomastou Academy ; from there he was called to tlie 
Dean Academy, Franklin, Mass., holding, lirst, the post of principal 
of the mathematical department, and later, of the classical depart- 
ment, remaining till 1874, wlien he entered the theological depart- 
ment of Tufts College, graduatiTig in 1877, and was immediately 
called to take charge of the Fir.-t Universalist Church of Mechanics 
Falls, Me., over whiclihe was ordained, June 22, 1^77, and Avhei-e 
he remained till Xov., 1S82, when he accepted a call to Dexter, 
Me. ; lie is a good pastor and able preacher, itnd veiy ])0})ul:ir among 
his parishioners; June, 18S0. he removed to Augusta to take chai-ge 
of the Universalist parish in that city; no issue. 



14824. y. CiiAuxcEY C:\ b. Feb. 12, 1815; m. Jan. 12, 
1839, Lncy A. Perliam, sister of Delpbina, b. June lo, 
1821 ; a farmer, bat for a time gave it up to go into busi- 
ness, having- for a time a store at No. AYoodstock ; he also 
built the first liotel building in town, and at the time of 
the building of the Grand I'mnk Kailroad found it a very 
successful enterprise; lie finally sold the ])roperty and 
returned to his farm, devoting himself particularly to tlie 
raising of horses and cattle; he d. Xov. IG, 18G1 ; (she 
m. May 22, 1866, Pilchard Lombard, b. May 31, 1799; d. 
May 6, 1872 ; is now living in Norway, Mo., with lier son 
Albert;) 4 c. 

14S25. 1. Thomas J.', b. Dec. 2S, 1810; m. Feb. 19, 1S(>2, 
Emily, daughter of Moses Adiuiis ; he enlisted in Co.' D. 2od ^li\ 
Yols., and served about one year; for the past few years has lived 
in Boston; has a farm at Ilubbardstown; residence, 100 J^. Canton- 
St., Eoston ; 5 c. 

14826. CoKA May^ b. May 21, 1803. 

14S27. Oscar F.^ b. Sept. 25, 1861. 



JOirX WJIITMAN OF WEY.MOUTII. . 1001 

14528. Charles A.% h. lUxy 2, 1S<^S. 

14529. Edith E.^ h. Dec. 12, l,sVO. 

14830. Eaxxie M.\ b. Aug. 31, 1ST4. 

14831. 2. Oscar F.', b. Oct. 17; d. Dec. 23, 1846. 

14832. 3. OscAii F.', h. Xov. 13, 1847 ; in. Boston, March 28, 
1870, Maiy CuniiinplKiai ; at tlie outbrenk of tlie war he was xcry 
anxious to enlist, and could with ditiieulty be persuaded to wait till 
he was 10; when tliat time came he joined Co. B, 3l6t Me. Vols., 
and served till the close of the war; he was in many severe engage- 
ments, and the morning after the battle of J'oplar Grove Church 
but thirty-five men auswci'ed to the roll-call — he, however, escaped 
allinjuries ; upon his retnrn he attended school foi- a season, and 
tlien went to l^oston to engage in business ; has been for some years 
engaged in selling wood ; his family I'cside at Boston ; he resides 
at Albany, N. Y. ; 3 c. 

14833. CnAUXCKY^ b. Dec. 29, 1870. 

14834. Alice L.^ b. Oct. 23, 1872. 

14835. FKANK^ b. Jan. 21, 1875. 



14836. 4. Albert Buss', b. Xov. 26, 1855; m. June 12, 1879, 
Frederica L.', daughter of George G. and Bethial/' (Lothi-o]->) Chafhn, 
b. July 22, 1864; a shoemaker; residence, Xorway ; 2 c. . 

14837. Clarexce Arthurs, b. Jan. 13, 1881. 

14838. Lulu Mauu% b. Jan. 16, 1883. 



14830. VI. Elhaxax^ b. Feb. 26, 1817; m. Dec. 10, 
1837, Sally M., daughter of Oliver and Joan (Mavhew) 
Curtis, b. Buckfield, Jan. 7, 1815; a farmer ; resided, for 
many years, at V^oodstock ; be later moved to Waterford, 
Avliere he d. June U, 1862; (slie m. 2. Feb. 22, 1865, 
Sewell, son of Jiovrse and Hannah (Carroll) Bisbee, b. 
So. Paris, Aug. 12, 1803; d. Sept. 1, 1865;) she resides 
with lier son Edgar at No. Ne\yry ; 8 c. 

14840. 1. Sarah Jaxe", b. A!>rii 7, 1839; d. July 14, 1842. 

14841. 2. JoANXA Curtis-, b. Fel). 22, 1841 ; m. June2n, 1862, 
Samuel Kimball, son of Alvah and Charlotte (Andi-ews) Estes, b. 
Oct. 5, 1834; a mason ; residence, Bethel; 4 c. 



1002 THE i)escp:xdants of 

l-lS-12. Jennie E. Estes", ]). Oct. 15, lS(i5. 

lJt8-13. Er.LEN EsTEs", b. March 21, 1874. 

USU. Alvin E. Estes^ 1). May 3, 1ST6. 

1-4S45. Samuel A. EsTtB^ b. July 28, 18^3. 

148-16. 3. Sakaii Jane^, b. Sei)t. 10,1813; m. Sept. 22,1860, 
Harlan i\ Slaj)]os; residence, W. Aubui-n ; 1 c. 

14817. Sadie L. Staples^ b. Feb. 9, 1873. 

14848. 4. AlARV Cole', b. Feb. 28. 1846; ra. Sept. 22, 1869, 
Howard Daniel, son of Sebastian Streeter and i^ancy Maria 
(Mixer) Smitli, b. Oxford, Aug. 16, 1844 ; has been for past twelve 
years cashier of First Xational l>ank of Xorway, where lie resides ; 
5 c. 

14849. Lee IHxer SMITH^ b. May 5, 1872. 

14850. :Mark Pool SMrrir^ b. Oct. 8, 1874. 

14851. Alice May Smith*, b. Xov. 8, 1S80. 

14852. Fred. Elhanan Smiths, b. Feb. 12, 1884. 
148o2a. Don Sebastian Smith'^, b. Aug. 17, 1887. 



14853. 5. Austin Elhanax', b. June 20, 1848 ; ra. July 4, 1869, 
Eliza Asenatl), daughter of Priaui and Aseiuith (Swett) Eisbee ; a 
fanner; residence, Shelburue, xs. IT.; no issue. 

14854. 6. Edson", ) d. Alarch 23, 1853. 

i b. Aug 26, 1851 ; 

14855. 7. Edgar",) a farmer; residence, Xo. 
Newi'v ; unnuu-ried. , . 

14850, 8. Layinia^ b. Feb. 18 ; d. March 11, 1854. 

14857. VIL Mary«, b. Feb. 22, 1819; m. May 29, 
1836, Joshua, son of Jotliam and I.ucy (Felt) Perham, 
b. June 9, 1814; a faj-iner; resided, for many years, at 
Woodstock; lie afterwards renioYed to Wakefield, Mass., 
where slie d. March 19, 1874; (he ni. 2. Feb. 23, 1876, 
Sarah Waite Cxoodiiig- of Yarniouth, ^Fe. ; she d. July 2, 
1887;) residence, Wakefield, where lie d. May IG, 1888; 
6 c, b. Woodstock. 



JOHN -wihtman; of \\'£Ymouth. . 1003 

1-J-35S. 1. AxDKKW J. Peiuiam', 1>. Sept. 3, 1S37; m. 1. April 
lY, 1859, Ann H. King, b. Dec. »',, 1S30 ; d. Jan. -2, 18S5 ; ni. 2. 
A]))-il 13, 1SS7, 311-5. Addii; L. (i-'eiree) Bailey; residence, Wake- 
field ; 2 c, uinnarried. 

11859. Fremont E. Feuham^ h. Jan. 7, 18G1 ; a clerk ; at home. 

14860. JIerbekt A. Perha:\[\ b. Aug. 10, 1^03 : a clerk ; at 
home. 

14801. 2. .Mary J. Ferram', b. Aug. 29, 1839: m. 1. Oct. 20, 
1850, Xehcniiah, .-on of Benjamin and Jlnhamah (Chase) Davis, 
b. Xov. S, 1S33; d. July 18, 1859; m. 2. April 6, 1802, Winfield 
S., son of Oi'ison and Ilannali (Maxim) Fipley ; a mu.-ic teaciier ; 
residence, AVakelield ; 3 c. 

11861a. IliCHARL) X. Davis', b. July 24, 1858; m. May 15, 
1880, ]\Iattie M. Taylor of Melrose ; a musician ; I'esidence, Boston. 

14862. AVixfjeld S. Bipley, Jr.^ b. Man-h 12, 1809; a music 
composer, publisher and music teacher; address, SS Court St., 
Boston, 

14803. AiDEX Fehham Ripley", b. Nov. 20, 1874. 



14S64. 3. Amanda M. Periiam', b. Dec. 25, 1843 ; m. July 8, 
1887, Capjt. Alyin D. Brock; for many years a teacher; residence, 
San Francisco. 

14865. 4. Jerome B. Feriiam". b. Oct. 17, L819; d. July 27, 
1852. 

14860. 5. Jerome B. I'erham', b. Aug. 15,1852; d. July 11, 
1870; killed by a railroad train. 

14807. 0. Jes.?ie a. Feriiam', b. April 8, 1858; m. Xov. 28, 
1877, Frank F., son of Alfred Alliert and Catharine (Ryan) Bitchie, 
b. Jan. 22, 1857; is foreman of tlie l^>ell Telephone Vv^orks in Can- 
ada ; residence, Montreal ; 2 c. 

14868. Charles Francis Feriiam Bitchie^ b. Oct. 5, 1878. 
148G8a. Ernest Feriiam Bitchie-, b. July 8, 1880. 

14869. Vin. Joseph*', b. Fob. 19, 1821 ; m. July 19, 
1842, Mareia, daughter of Soloiuou and J^.stliei' (Fi-eiirh) 
Leonard, b. Paris, Doc. 12, 1823; d. Bryant's Pond, Feb. 
9, 1881; a carriage maker; residence, L}'tni, Mass.; 5 c. 



lUO-i THE DESCEXDANrS OF 

14S70. 1. CiiAKLES Otis', b. l)e<?. 12, IWS ; lie fitted for collerre 
at Xorway and otiier iieadeuiie^, obtaining the necessary means by 
tcacliing; graduated at Bowdoin College, ISOS ; after teaching for 
a few years be wont to (^erniauy to coni]:»lete bis studies; was 
appointed I'rcifessoi- at Inipei-ial University, Tokio, Ja^oan ; npon 
the conijiletion of bis engagement be returned to Europe for study ; 
he has given ins attention to Xatural History and done much 
original work, especially in Embryology; lie has a clear, logical 
mind, keen perceptive faculties aiid great perseverance, and has a 
future of great promise. 

14:871. 2. Fraxcis Edgar", b. Sept. 5, 1S16; d. Feb., ISCl. 

• 14872. 3. Adriaxxa J.'', b. Jan. 27, 1S55 ; m. (pub. Aug. 14, 
1875) Chauncey S., son of Alartin Erhridge ; a carriage smith; resi- 
dence, Lynn ; 1 c. 

14.873. Earl Ethkidge^. 

14S74. 4. Myra'', b. Jan. 25, 18(33; m. Albert, son of Jolin 
and Catharine (Hartshorn) Daier ; residence, Bryant's Pond; no 
issue. 

14875. 5. Francis Edgar', b. Dec. 5, 1807; residence, Lynn. 



14876. IX. IIarriet'', b. April's, 1823; m. 1. Feb. 2, 
1844, John A. Caswell; a Methodist minister; lie d. May, 
1847; ni. 2. May 3, 1853, T^^avv'son, son of Capt. Thomas 
and Catharine (Armsby) Hill, b. Dec. 14, 1811 ; a car- 
penter by trade ; present residence, Old Orchard, Me. ; 
4 c. 

14877. 1. Syeyixia F. Caswell", b. June 10, 1845 ; m. July 
7, 1861, Jeremy J. Ci-am ; a jeweler; he formerly resided at Paris, 
now resides Old Orchard; 1 c. 

1487Ta. Frederick A. Cram'*, b. July Id, 1871. 



14878. 2. Fkemoxt Hill^ b. Nov. 20, 1856; d. April 3, 1858. 

14879. 3. Jexxie Hill^ b. July 30, 1850; a mnsic teacher; 
unmarried ; at home. 

14880. 4. Moxtrose Hill'', b. June 18, 1861; unmarried; is 
postmaster at Old Orchard. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WKYilOUTD. 1005 

1-4881. X. Tyla'', ]j. Feb. 7, lS2(i; m. Marcli 8, 1842, 
Oren, son of Uaniel niid PoJh' (Sweet) Gliiies, l>. Sept. 5, 
1822; (1. Paris, May 11, ISTo; residence, Otisfiekl ; 4 c. 



14S82. 1. Mary Makia Glixks', 1). March 7, 1844; ni. May 
18, 1SG2, Rev. Jared", son of Jaob, Jr.'^ and Polly (Pcnson) 
Whitman, b. March 1, 1836 ; 6 c, see line. 

14553. 2. Emily Etta Glixes', h. ^larch 20, 1840 ; d. June 19, 
1869. 

14554. 3. Sarah Eveline Glines", b. Dec. 16, 1852 ; d. Jan. 
16, 1SG2. 

14885. 4. Josephine W. Glines', b. Aug. 11, 1S5G; m. Nov. 
25, 1875, Perley M. Uolnian ; residence, Oxford ; 2 c 

14880. Perley :\r IIolman, Jr.^', b. May 14, 1877. 

14887. Arthur II. IIoj>man^ b. Oct. 10, 1878. 



14888. Calvin^ (546). Jacob\ Johir'', Abialr, Jolm^ b. 
May 26, 1785; m. April 14, 1809, Saralh danghter of 
Jonathan and Remember (Briggs) Record, b. Sept. 7, 
1788; d. Dec. 29, 1884, aged 96; a farmer; resided at 
Hebron fi'om 1814 to 1822, then removed to Pucldield, 
where he remained till 1857, when he removed to Paris, 
where lie d. April 9, 1867, aged 81 ; 7 c, all b. Buckfield. 
I. Hannah Briggs'' ; II. Calvin Winchester'^; III. John'^ ; 
IV. Hannah Remember'^; V. Jonathan Record'^ ; VI. Jacob 
Streeter'' ; VII. Augustus Melvin'''. 

14889. I. Hannah I3riggs'', b. Sept. 9, 1810; d. Nov. 
15, 1812. 

14890. II. Calvin Winchestek'', b. Dec. 29, 1813; m. 

1. Hebron, 1841, Elvira E., daughter of Alvah and Anna 
(Shaw) Shurtletf, b. Oct. 14, 1820; d. July 24, 1851; m. 

2. Oct. 16, 1851, Maria A., daughter of Jonathan and 
Susan (Merrill) Shurtleff, b. July 15, 1812; he settled, 
first, in Paris, later, in Hebron ; after the death of his 
first wife he removed to So. l^aris, where he d. June 22, 



lOOG THE DESCEXDAXTS OF 

1850; (his \vid()w m. ^lny "24, IST.o, Joliii C "Warren, and 
resides at N(». Turner Bi'idue, Me. ;) 3 c. 



148'.tl. 1. Sarah T..', b. Sc])t. 4. 1842; m. .Tan. I, ISr.l, Samuel 
Ij., son of Gidi'i'ii and Evoliiic (liickticH) Cuslinuin, b. Luckiield, 
Dec. 27, 1842 ; re:?idenee. liocklaiid, Mass. ; 2 c. 

14392. Charles G. Cushmax^ b. April 22, 1807; d. April 17, 
1SG8. 

14893. Alice C. L. Cus^MAX^ b. May 28, 1872. ' . 

14804. 2. Eva', h. Mareli, 1853 ; d. Sept., 1873. 
14895. 3. Edith Reme.mber', b. Sept. 1850 ; d. 1861. 



14806. III. JoHX^ b. Dee. 22, 1810; m. Xov. 25, 1844, 
Sarali D'Albro, daughter of Dea. Alden and Mary (Crafts) 
Buinpus, b. Sept. 5, 1824; a farmer; ]-esided at Hebron 
till Mareli, 1857, sinee which time has resided at So. Paris; 
4 c. 

llSOGa. 1. Ei.wix JoHX', b. Jan. 24, 1850; m. Portland, June 
Y, 1883, Eiizal)etli ]\rary, dang-liter (»f John aiid Elizabeth (Kniirbt) 
Green, b. Otisticld, June 4, 1850 ; a member of the firm of Foule, 
Hibbard d: Co., eonnnission merchants, 17fi State St., Postnn ; 
residence, "\A' inter Hill, Somervillc ; 2 c. 

llSOGb. PtUTH Lillian^, b. April 4, 1887. 

14S9Gc. Edwix^ b. Jan. 27, 1880. 



14897. 2. Ellex :\[elvixa*, b. Jnne 22, 1855; m. March 24, 
1874, Joseph Henry, son of Geor2:e and Ilortensia A. (Smitli) Jones, 
b. Portland, July 22, 1852 ; a salesman, with M. A. Jewell & Co., 
Portland ; the family reside So. Paris ; 1 c. 

14808. Edwix Sew.^.d Jox es^ b. Dec. 7, 18 70. 



14800. 3. Mary Crafts', b. April 13, 1857; m. Oct. 25, 
1878, Joseph ILn-ry, son of J<Jin "Walker and Mary A. (Sargent) 
Stuart, b. Bethel, Sept. 20, 1855 ; a topographical engineer and 
draughtsman; residence, So. Paris; 4 c, b. So. Paris. 

14900. Hermax Harry Stuart', b. Jan. 2o, 1880. 

14901. Willia-\[ Eakle Stuart^, b. Aug. 24, 1881. 



JOHN "SVHlT^rAN OF WEYMOCT]!. 1007 

14902. Gracie May Stuart^", b. June 10, 1S35. 
14902a. (A dangliter) Stl'art^ b. Feb. 10, 1889. 



11903. 1. Laurix xVuCrUSTUS', b. Aug. ]2, 1S04; unmarried; 
at home. «' 

14904. IV. Hannah Eememrer'', b. Oct. 15, I-SIO; m. 
Hebron, JaiR 13, 1837, Ebenezer, son of Eleazer and 
Martha (Drake) Snell, h. Turner, Dec. 9, 1809 ; d. Buck- 
field, Dec. 28, 1869 ; lie resided in Tui-ner for a few years 
after lii:^ marriage, then bought a farm at Buckficlrl, where 
he passed the remainder of his life ; she resides at So. Paris 
■\vith her son Calvin W. ; 6 c. 



14905. 1. Calvin AVejtman Snell", b. Turiier, July 22, 1839 ; 
m. Clarksbui'g, X. H., April 4, 1804, Ileleu Jane, d;iiig]iter of 
Ephraim and Dorcas (Ayer) llaiinaford, b. Ilarpswell, ]\[c., May 1, 
1837 ; he remained at Bnckiield, on hi.? fatlioi-'s farm, till Sept., 
1879, Mdien jif^ bonglit a farm at So. Paris of liis brother diaries, 
where he now resides ; 3 c. 

14906. SNELL^ b. Dec., 1867 ; d. nniiamed. 

14907. SNELL^ b. Xov. 10; d, Nov. 11, 1S71. 

14908. Jennie Maud Snell^ b. Jan. 24, 1878. 



14909. 2. Eleazer Sxell", b. July 20, 1842 ; m. June 20, 1859, 
Cyrcna", daugliter of Thomas and Ahneda'"' (Whitman) DeCosta, b. 
Marcli 16, 1848; a shoemaker; residence, Bncktield, whc]'c he d. 
Jan. 28, 1882 ; 2 c, see line. 

14910. 3. Charles Delaxcy Snell^, b. Nov. 12, 1845; in. 
March 3, 1870, Eliza Ann'', daughter of Elbridge Davy*"' and Julia 
Ann (DeCosta) Wliitman. b. Nov. 12, 181S ; he lived on his father's 
farm at Buehtield till ]\Iare]i, 1875, wlion he bought a farm at So. 
Paris; 1879, he sold tliis to his brother Calvin W, and r(;turned to 
the homestead at Buckfield, remaining there for some time ; present 
residence, Chase's Mills, Turner, Me.; 1 c. 

14911. Winxifred D. Snell^ b July 28, 1883. 



14912. 4. Moses Snell-, b. Bncktield, April 29, 1850; m. Aug. 
19, 1877, Cora", daughter of Thomas and Almeda'"' (Whitman) 
DeCosta, b, June 5, 1854; a shoemaker; residence, Hebron; 1 c. 



100$ TiTE 1)Escf:x])Axts of 

1401?,. Elea Cr. Sxlll', 1). Jan. 0, 1S79. 

11014. o. Georoik Anxa Sxeli^. b. Bucklield, July 31, 1S59 ; 
in. Pari-s June 18, lyso. :\Ielliii, .<0!i uj" 5>aiuuol and Aljbie (Smith) 
Durgiu ; a sliogmakcr ; re>iflenfe, So. Pari.<; 1 c. 

14015. Xellie M. Dcegin^ h. April 12, ISSl. 

14910. 0. Frank AViXfiiESTER Sxell', b. Nov. 28, 1862; im- 
married ; residence. So. Paris. 



14917. V. JoxATRAX PtEcoKiV', b. Sept. 8, 1822; m. 
Chelsea, Mass., Marcli 30, 1847, Anna Maria, daiig-hter of 
Samuel Jack-soii and Ahnira (J3ent) DiuTell, b. Feb. lo, 
1828; a cabinet maker; residence. So. Paris; 3 c, all b. 
Chelsea. 

1491S. 1. Joiix Wesley", b. Oct 15, 1S47; m. Jan. 23, 1870, 
Fannie Lovejoy ; a farmer; residence, So. Paris; 2 c. 

14910. Samuel llrTHERFoRD^ b. Xov. 11, 1870. 

14020. Xellie F.-^, b. April 8, 1882. 

14921. 2. Eugexl\ Axxa', b. Aug. 22, 1850; m. Feb. 17, 1875, 
Georo-e Frederick, son of George "\V. and Submit (Slmrtleff) Stevens, 
b. Aitg. 21, 1849; a painter; residence, Lewiston ; 4 c. 

14922. Gexie Axxie Stevexs', b. Xov. 25, 1876. 

14923. Willie A. STEVExs^ b. Feb. 19, 1879 ; d. April 19, 1880. 

14924. Albert Frexch Steyexs', b. July 8, 1881. 

14925. Dora May Stevens*, b. Xov. 3, 1882. 



14026. 3. Samuel Jacksox Durrell", b. Sept. 17, 1856; d. 
Sept. 18, 1857. 

14927. YI. Jacoij Stkeetek'', b. July G, 1825 ; d. June, 
1826. 

14928. VII. Augustus Melyix'\ b. May 11, 1828; m. 
March 27, 1853, Nancy P., daug'bter of Alva and Anna 
(Shaw) Shurtleff, 1). Aug. 3, 1826; a merchant; residence, 
So. Palis ; was at one time postmaster ; he d June 5, 1882 ; 
she resides So. Paris; 4 c, all b. Hebron except youngest. 



JOIIX WmTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 1009 

14929. 1. AxxiE EsTELLA', h. June G, 1854; m. July 3, 1ST6, 
Syh'anus, ?()Ti of Sylv;mus li. and Anne O. (Barrows) Bearco, b. 
Jan. 15, ]S47; a farmer; resklcnc.o, II(4)j'nu ; 1 c. 

119;iO. Vivian Walteji Beaece% b. Feb. 22, 1879. 

14931. 2. Nellie Lizzie*, b. Auo-. is, 185G ; unmarried ; a 
teaclicr ; re.-idence, So. Paris. 

14932. 3. IIaxnaii Bkiggs'', b. July 7, 1801 ; d. Xov. 7, 1880. 

14933. 4. Alice C.', b. So. Paris, Jan. 18, 1807 ; d. July 7, 18G9. 



14934. Joshua;^ (ol7), Jacob'. John-', Abialr, John', b. 
July 4, 178S; in. (pul). Sept. 6, 1812) Catharine Davee, b. 
April 16, 1790; d. Sept. 24, 1878; he came to Biickiield 
witli his fatlier and settled on a portion of the homestead ; 
he d. Aug. 1), 1858, aged 70; 11 c, all b. Bucklield, Me. 
I. Elhanan«; II. Elbridge Davee*'; III. Almeda*'; lA'. 
Josliua Elhanan'"' ; Y. Elijah Packard'"' ; VI. Armina'"' ; VII. 
Russell Streeter''; VIII. Andrew Jackson''; IX. Ozias*^ ; 
X. Rozauna Catharine'' ; XL Deborah Packard'"'. 

14935. I. Eliianax'-', b. Eeb. 3, 1814 ; d. :\[arch 15, 1816. 

14936. IL ELBPaDGE Davee'"', b. May 18, 1815; m. 
(pub. July 9, 1837) Julia Ann, daughter of Rogers and 
Betsey (Rowe) DeCosta, b. May 6, 1819 ; d. Aug.'l, 1880 ; 
a farmer ; residence, Bucktield, where he d. June 18, 1885 ; 
7 c. 

14937. 1. Abel Cyrus Tiio^ias', b. June, ISSS ; in. 1. Jan. 2, 
Betsey, daughter of Jesse and Joamia (Moidvs) Packard, b. July 13, 
1834 • d. Sept., 1865 ; m. 2. Jan. 1, 18G8, Elsie Ellen Packard, sister 
of Betsey, b. July 7, 1848 ; a fanner; residence, Bucklield; 5 c. 

14938. Hexrietta P.^, b. June 2 ; d. Sept., 1SG5. 

14939. Elsie S.^ 1). Sept. 4, ISGS. 

14940. Flohexoe Mabel*, b. Dec. 26, 1869. 

14940a. Joux TnuESTOxS, b. Jan. 1,5, 1871 ; d. June 19, 1S82. 

14941. Claude M.^ b. Feb. 23, 1875. 

64 



1010 THE DESCEXDANTS OF 

14942. 2. John Cyurs', h. Feb. 21, 1840; m. Hebron, Ella 
Farris ; a farmer; residence, AV". Miiiot ; fihe d. May, 1884; 4 c. 

l-i943. Leon Edley^, b. IS 70. 

14944. IIexiiy Oykus^ b. 1873. 

14945. Agxes J]elle8, b. 1878. 

14946. Ella'^, b. April, 1884. 

14947. 3. Elizabeth Ann', b. Aug. 13, 1841 ; m. Feb., 1805, 
James Andrew, son of Josepli En?se1l; a farmer; residence, Po- 
land ; slie d. Feb., 1860 ; (he ra. 2. Ee])ecca Jennette Mason ;) 1 e. 

14948. "William Sylvanus PiUSSEll^, b. Sept. 25, 1865 ; resides 
■with liis grandfatlier at Buckfield. 



14949. 4. William S. ', b. Sept. 23, 1843 ; d. Jan. 28, 1859. 

14950. 6. Henkietta', b. March 8, 1840 ; d. Se])t. 28, 1847. 

14951. 6. Eliza Ann"', b. Xov. 12, 1848; m. March 3, 1870, 
Cliarles Delancy''', son of Ebenezer and Pemcmber (Whitman*) Snell, 
b. Nov. 12, 1845 ; a farmer ; residence, Chase's Mills ; 1 c, see line. 

14952. 7. Emma Eluora-, b. Sept. 11, 1853; m. Jan. 21, 1877, 
Calel) Ihidson, son of James and Sar;di (Farr) Farris, b. July 27, 
1853 ; a farmer; residence, Minot ; 4 c. 

14953. Melvin Kogers FAHRIS^ b. Dec. 23, 1878. 

14954. IvA Orris Farris^, b. Ang. 29, 1879. 

14955. Bertha M\y Farrisv b. Oct. 0, 1880. 

14956. (A son) Farriss, b. Dec. 2, 1SS4. 



14957. III. Almeda^ h. Feb. 2G, 1817; di. 1. April 20, 
1835, Thomas, son of Job and Eunice (Bablj) Packard, b. 
Nov. 10, 1811; d. Juno 1, 1840; m. 2. Sept. 12, 1842, 
Thomas, son of Pog-ors and Betsey (Rowe) DeCosta, b. 
June 15, 1817; a farmer; residence, E. Hebron; 8 c. 



14958. 1. Ann Packard^ b. Ang. 26, 1837; m. Nov. 1, 1858, 
Sylvester, son of John and Susannali (I)avee) Packard, b. i\rarch 4, 
1827; a farmer ; residence, Monson, Me., where she d. May 1, 1871 ; 
4 c. 

14959. Nellie F. Packard^, b. Ang. 20, 1861. 



JOUX WHITMAN OF 'SVEYMOUTIf. lOll 

149G0. IIattie :SL Packard^ h. .\[ay 1, IbG-i ; m. Calif Bonner ; 
1 c. 

14960a. (A son^ Bonner^ b. 1884. 

14901. AxxA B. BackakiV^ b. Sept. SO, 18G6; m. Alfred 
Hawkins. 

14962. Elizabeth B. Packakd^, b. Sept. 22, 1869. 



14963. 2. Catharine Packard^, b. March 16, 1839; in. March 
16, 185S, Adrian, son of Jolni and Snsannah (Davee) Packard, b. 
Sept. 30, 1829; a farmer; residence, Monsoii ; 5 c. 

14964. Clara A. PackarlI b. ^^lav 2. 1S59; m. Oct. 3, 1877, 
Luther D., pon of Oi'rin. and Jane (Annis) Piper, b. Dec. 4, 185S ; 
a farmer; residence, Monson, wliere she a. April 2, 1879 ; 1 c. 
14965. Clara Piper^ b. 3Iarch 18, 1879. 

14966. Etta Packard^, b. Oct. 2, 1861; ni. April 1, 1831, 
Frederick A., son of Arilliani and Carrie (Co^'k) Lane, b. Mav 29, 
1857; a farmer ; residence, Monson ; 1 c. 

149fi7. Porley Lane', b. March 16, 1882. 

14968. Cora Packard^, b. Feb. 24, 1862; unmarried. 

14969. Frank Packard^ b. May 7, 1873. 

14970. Charles Packard s, b. Jan. 5, 1881. 



14971. 3. Charles DeCosta', b. June 8, 1843; m. June 8, 
1874, Oralie Degrenier ; a farmer; residence, Ikicklield ; 6 c. 

14972. Charles DeCosta, Jr.^ b. June 7, 1875. 

14973. John DeCosta «, b. Ano-. 23, 1876. 

14974. Victor F. DeCosta^, b. March 11, 1878. 

14975. George M. DeCosta^, b. iSTov. 19, 1879. 

14976. Arthur DeCosta «, b. Sept. 4, 1882. 

14977. Edna DeCosta^ b. July 4, 188L 



14978. 4. George DeCosta', b. April 6, 1846 ; nL 1. Jan., 1866, 
Cyntbia B. Cushman; was divorced and m. 2. Xov. 4, 1875, Ella 
F. Lane; a shoemaker; residence. Auburn. 

14979. 5. Cvrena DeCosta', b. March 16,1848; m. Jnne 20, 
1869, Eleazer', son of Ebenezer and Hannah Eemend)er* (WHiitman) 
Snell, b. July 20, 1812; d. Jan. 28, 1882; residence, Hebron; 2 c. 



1012 Tin: DKSCEXJiAXTS OF 

149S0. A^KRXER E. yxELL\ b. Dec. 28, 1872; d. Sept. 4, 187G. 
14V»81. Elizabltii G. Sxell", b. Xov. 29, 1877. 



14982. 6. JusTix Yeknox DeGosta^ b. Jan. 28, 1853 ; a 
fanner; iinuiarried ; residence, Hebron. 

14983. 7. Cora DeGosta", b. June 5, 1854; m. Av.g. 19, 1877, 
Moses\ son of Ebenezer and Hannah Hemeinber*' (Whitman) Snell, 
b. April 29, 1850 ; a shoemaker ; residence, Hebron ; 1 c. 

14984. Elea G. Sxell^ b. Jan. 9, 1879. 



14985. 8. Dr. Joiix F. DeGosta", b; Sept. 9, 1858 ; m. Xov. 
27, 1887, Xellie E. Eceord ; a physician ; residence, Buckfield. 



14986. IV. Joshua Elhaxax'\ b. March I'o, 1819; m. 
May 20, 1842, Pliebo, dauoluer of Joel and ^Jartlia (Lo- 
tlirop) Foster, b. July 21, 1822; a farmer; residence, 
Buckfield; 4 c. '^ 

14987. 1. Hexry Widsox", b. June 8, 1843; m. Ano;. 20, 1864, 
Martha ^Maria, dauahter of « Aaron ami Martlia (Foster) Dnnn ; a 
farmer; residence, Buckfield ; no issue. 

14988. 2. Dr. Aldex Chase", b. Xov. 15. 1846: ra. July 4, 
1871, Iza Gertrude, daup'htcr of James and Sarah (Hanson) Wal- 
dron, b. Oct. 28, 1849; lie titred for colle^'c at Hebron Academy, 
and was prepared to entei" at the age of 14; he enlisted at tlie age 
of 15, but was obliged to return home on account of sickness; was 
compelled to give np a collegiate course on acconnt of liis healtli ; 
after teaching school for some years in Illinois, he studied medicine 
at Ann xVrbor, ^liclj., and graduated at the medical scliool at Dart- 
mouth College, 1871 ; is now engaged in the practice of his pro- 
fession at F)Uckfieh:l ; has taken an active part in town matters, and 
served several terms on the school board; Mrs. AThitman lias 
attained much prominence as a writer, especially of poetry; speci- 
mens of her verse can. be found in a recently publislied volume, 
entitled "Poets of Maine ;'' 3 c. 

14989. Lauxcelot^ b. Aug. 14; d. Aug., 1879. 

14990. Plaisted^ b. Xov. 12, 1880. 

14990a. Geraldixe Gertrude', b. Feb. 14, 1889. 



JOHN TrniTMAX OF WEYMOUTH. 1013 

14991. 3. Hon. Chakles Foster", ]>. Feb. G, 18-lS ; m. Aug. 
27 1667, 'Mary Addic, dauglitor of Ansel and Jnditli (Crockett) 
Din.-^niore, )>. May 13, 1S13 ; he studied at the Keln'on Academy and 
tlie Bates Latin School at Lewisio?i ; read ]a\v M'ith S. C. Andrews 
of Eackfield, and was admitted to the Oxford (Jounty i)ar, Sept., 
1808 , lie settled, first, at ^[echanics Falls, but in 1873 reuioved to 
Xorway, ]\Ie.. Avliei'e he has since resided; lie hehi for six years the 
office of school supervisor and niem])or of the scliool connnittee ; 
he was appointed by Gov. Flaisted clerk of the courts for Oxford 
Connty, but owing to a disagreement between tlie Governor and 
his council was not conlirined ; in tlie spring of 1SS5 was appointed 
Judge of the ^^lunicipal Court of ^S orway ; has gained much repu- 
tation as a writer of k>cal historiral sketches, fiction, etc. ; his 
principal works are — ''Xorway in tlie AVar," *• Buckficld Reminis- 
cences," " The Bethel Soldier of "(il."^ - Tlie Good Old Times ;" 3 e. 

14-992. Victor Melxotte^ b. June 21, 1869 ; d. Nov. 17, 18Y6. 

14993. Yerner IMortier^ b. :\Iarch 11, 1871. 

14994. Victor Mertox*, b. Sept. 22, 1877. 



14995. 4. Ellis", b. A.]-ril 13, 1850; m. March 1,1874, Cora 
Ii., daughter of Benjamin Harrison and ■'PhQ])e (Irish) Becord, b. 
Feb. 26, 1859; residence, Bucktield ; was elected, 1888, second on 
board of selectmen and reelected, 1889 ; no issue. 



14996. V. Elijah Packard'', b. Sept. 16, 1821 ; m. ^Irj 
2G, 1844, Ann P., daughter of John and Patty (Prentiss) 
Holbrook, b. Sept. 25, 1825; a farmer and shoemaker; 
residence, Buckfield, where he d. ]\Iai'ch 1], 1877 ; (she m. ^ 
2. Jan. 4, 1879, Charles Beals, and resides at Aubmii ;) 2 c. 

14997. 1. Ella Frances^ b. Oct. 9, 1849; m. X^ov. 17, 1869, 
Oscar G., son of Jlirani Jk and Emeline (Coburn) Chandler, b. 
July 2, 1848; she d. Dec. 25, 1874; (he m. 2. July 2, 1876, xVbbie 
I'arrar ; residence, AV, Sumner, Me. ;) 1 c. 

14998. Eltox Ciiaxdler^ b. Xov. 1, 1874. 



14999. 2. Coi;a Lee', b. July 5, 1857; m. May 1, 1881, Oscar 
v., son of James C. and Irena ((-ireen) Miller, b. Aug. 9, 1859; a 
shoemaker; residence, .Vidjurn ; 1 c. 

15000. Chester Arthlr MiLLEi;^ b. Aug. 13, 1884. 



1014 THE DESCKXDAXTS OF 

15001. YL Armina^, b. Feb. 18, 1824; m. Apnl 28, 
1843, Joe], son of Joel and Martlia (Lothrop) Foster of 
l^uckfield, b. July 21, 1822 ; a farmer ; residence, Hebron, 
Me.; 11 c. 

15002. 1. I\[iTTiE A. Foster^ b. Oct. 25, 1844; m. Oct, ISfU, 
Edgar T., ^on of Asa and Sarah (] lartlottj Kecord of Bnckfield ; 
residence, Windsor Mills, P. Q. ; 1 c. 

15003. Cora M. ]"iEC0RD^ b. Sept. 15, 1869. 



15004. 2. Martha Foster', b. Sept. 9, 1840 ; innnarried ; resi- 
dence, Paris Hill. 

15005. 3. FiTZROY Joel FosTEfi^ b. March 22, 1S4S ; m. July 
8, 187S, Abbie Frances, dauuliter of Emory and xVbigail (Swifr)^ 
Lowell of So. Paris, b. May 5, 1857; a ehoemaker; residence, So. 
Paris ; 2 c. 

15006. Beryl Etheline Foster'', b. Marcli 15, 1879. 

15007. xVlta Birdexa Foster^, b. Xov. 7, 1881. 



15008. 4. Andrew Jackson Foster,', b. Marcli 11, 1850; m. 
Jan. 1.3, 1S70, Minnie C. Lo^Yel], b. Ang. 11, 1859 ; a sister of 
the above; a farmer; residence, Paris; 3 c. 

15009. Mabel Armina Foster^ b. Feb. 2, 1878. 

15010. Cassie May Foster^ 1;.. Fel). 7, 1880. 

15011. Verner S. Foster^ b. Sept. 4, 1882; d. May 5, 1883. 



. 15012. 5. Francelta Laurentine Foster', b. Aug. 8, 1852 ; 
m. July 3, 1S69, Cyrus Alden, son of Jeremiah and Abigail (Alden) 
Allen of Bnckfield ; a shoemaker ; residence, Yarmouth, i\re. ; 3 c. 

15013. Lena Pose Allen^, b. Dec. 29, 1873. 

15014. LiNNiE Maud Allen'^, b. Feb. 3, 1877. 
15014a. Florence Ethel Allen^ b. Dec. 31, 1887. 



15015. 6. Willlv^i FRE:^[ONT 1\')Ster', b. Oct. 13, 1854; m. 
March 4, 1878, Georgia Etta, daughter of ]\[oses and Louise (Tar- 
box) Corbett of Hebron, b. Xov. 2, 1857 ; residence, So. Paris; 4 c. 

15016. Carrie SoPiiiA Foster", b. Nov. 19, 1878. 

15017. 'Herbert E; Foster^ b. Feb. 7, 1881. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH, 1015 

1501S. Guy Allex Foster^ 1). May 23, ISS5 ; d. Jan. U, ISSO. 
loOlSa. Yeka Dawx Fosteh', b. March i-1, ISSS. 



15010. 7. Edwakd Claytox Foster", b. Jan. 10, 1S57. 

15020. 8. Ada ]3elle Foster-, b. Oct. 21, 1S50. 

15021. 0. Almira Ellsworth Fosteii', b. Sc]it. 3, 1S61. 

15022. 10. Kate May Foster', b. Aug. 10, 1804-; m. Dec. 10. 
1885, John M., son of Jolm M. and Elizabeth (Morrison) Bkick of 
W. Cumberland; she d. Feb. 22, Fss6. 

15023. 11. Dora Lee Foster', b. June 15, 1S68. 



15024. VII. Russell Stijeetlr'\ h. Feb. 26, 182G ; m. 
Thanksgiving day, Nov., 1853, Eliza, daughter of Luke 
and Oreca (DeCosta) Bicknell, b. Feb. 16, 1832 ; a farmer ; 
residence, Buckheld ; 1 c. 



15025. 1. Mary Ellex', b. ^larch 19, 1851; m. Dec. 31, 1874, 
Charles W., son of Chandler and Ahnira (Twitcliell) Cummings, 
b. Bridgeton, Me., May T, 1830; d. Oct. 17, ISSO; a farmer; 
residence, Buckfield ; she is now li\ing with her father ; no issue. 



15026. VIII. Andrew Jackson'', b. Oct. 26, 1829; m. 
July, 1856, Nancy Jane, daughter of Horace and Jane 
(Coburn) Daggett, b. Xov. 5, 1832; a farmer; residence, 
Buckfield, where he u. Feb. 25, 1866 ; his w-idow resides 
Auburn, Me. ; 3 c. 

15027. 1. Ida May", b. April 15; d. July 11, 1858. 

15028. 2. Ada Lee", b. Jan. 8, 1800; unmarried; residence. 
Auburn. 

15029. 3. Elmer Ellsworth^ b. April 1, 1802 ; d. Nov. 9, 1863. 



15030. IX. OzL\s^', b. Sept. 13, 1831; m. April 25, 
1864, Izah T., daughter of John and Emma B. (Greenleaf) 
Hatch, b. New CTloueester, Me., Aug. 18, 1842; lie grad- 
uated at Colby University, 1862; was principal of Lich- 
field Acndemy, 1863, China Academy, 1863, Oak Grove 



1016 THE DKSCEXDAXTS OF 

Seminary, L'^f.U; teacher in Eastport llioli Scliool, 1865- 
70; since l-STO has been superintendent of public scliools 
at Red Win<j-, Minn. ; no issue. 

loOol. X. EozANNA Oatharinf/', b. March 19, 1834; 
)n. i^Iay 30, 1856, Abijah, son of Joel and Martha (Lo- 
throp) Foster, b. Aug'. 28, 1833; a fiiiTuer; residence, 
iJucklield, Me.; slie d!" Oct. 18, 1872; 2 c. 



15032. 1. Fkaxk Fokkest Fosteiv, h. Kov. 25, 1857 ; m. Nov, 
11, 18SC), Laiu'a Aim, daughter of .James A. and Electa (Magoon) 
Place of Newport, \'t. ; re>;idoiice, Stoneliain, Mass.; 1 c. 

15032a. Fred 1'. Foster'. 1.. July 4. 1SS7. 



15033. 2, Feed Fentox Foster", b. ]\[ay K), 1867 ; a teacher. 



15034. XL Deborait Packard'', b. Se])t. 10, 1837: ni. 1. 
May 11, 1861, Henry C, son of Miles Long; he eidisted 
in the arm}- and d. Xov., 1862; m. 2. March 10, 1867, 
Ilemy E., son of Jolni and Harriet (Haskell) Hayes, b. 
Philadelphia, 1835 ; residence, 1 Chestnut st., Lynn, Mass. ; 
2 c. 

16035. 1. Frank Lee Hayes', b. Feb. 19, ISTO. 
15036. 2. Guy Everett Hayes", b. Jan. 22, 1872. 



15037. Pebecca" (5 bS), Jacobs John", Abiair, John\ 
b. Bncklield, 3Ie., March 31, 1791; m. (pub. May 6, 
1809) Fklward Lothrop, b. F^aston, Mass., Jan. 16, 1790; 
d. Bucklield, Feb. 1, 1851 : soon after his marriage he 
removed to Woodstock, }Je., settling on the farm after- 
wai'ds owned b}- Stejjhoi Packard; he remained here, 
however, but a short time, and j-etui-ned to Puckiield, as 
his name appears on the tax lists of tliat town in 1811 ; 
they made, after this date, their home at Puckfield ; she 
d. Oct. 14, 1865, aged 74; 12 c. 1. Jane"; IL Edward 
AVilkinson'' ; 111. Delano"; IV. Jacob AVhitman"; Y. Re- 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 1017 

becca«; VI. Abigail"; VII. Betliuol K.'' ; VIII. Margaref ; 
IX. Bethiah''; X. Kllianan Winclie^itor'''; XL Louisa Ann-' ; 
XII. Lorenda Vesla'"'. 

15038. I. Jane Lothrop'', b. Doc. 9, 1809 ; ni. Marcli 
o, 1843, Josliua Crooker of Hebron, Me. ; she cl. AV. 
Minot, lie., May "PO, 18S2, aged 73; no issue. 

15039. II. Edward Wilkinson Lothkop'\ b. Oct. 20, 
1813; m. April 27, 1843, Delpliina Paris (his cousin), 
daughter of xlbraham and liannali (Pierce) Lothrop, b. 
Oct. 25, 1817; residence, E. Stoughton, Mass., where he 
d. May 2, 1871; 6 c. 

15040. 1. Geoege Wilkinson Loturop^, b. Get. 19, 1845 ; 
m. March 6, 1879, Xancy Ann McKcnzie of Abington, Mass., b. 
Dec. 9, 1859; lie served in Co. B, llth Me. Vols.; a slioemaker; 
residence, E. StoiigLton, Mass. ; 2 c. 

15011. Hattie Etiielyn LoTHl;op^ b. Get. 27, 1879. 

15042. Cora L. Lothrop^, b. July 21, 1881. 

15043. 2. Ellis Ames LothiiopV^. Oct. 15, 1846; m. Marcli 
80, 1878, Emily A7alos, daughter of Sumner S. and Eliza (Littletield) 
Ilacket, b. April 20, 1S50; he served in Co. B, 11th Me. Vols.; 
was wounded at thu cajiture of Petersburg, April 2S, 3 65; resi- 
dence, E. Stougliton, Mass. ; no issue. 

15044. 3. Harriet Almy Lothrop^, b. Jan. 29, 1850; m. May 
6, 1S7G, Ehsha S. Ilawes ; a contractor and builder ; residence, 
Stougliton, Z\Iass. :4 c. 

15045. George Malcolm Hawes-, b. Aug. 18, 18r7. 
150-JG. Annie Mildred IIawes«, b. May 25, 1881. 

15047. Ellis Lothrop ITawess, b. Sei)t. 12 ; d. Sept. 19, 1883. 

15048. Bertha Delphina Hawks', b. Get. 30, 1SS4. 



15049. 4. Delphina Adelaide Lothrop', b. Sept. 14; d. Sept. 
24, 1851. 

15050. 5. }\[yron Wilson Lothrop', b. Sept. 15, 1835; m. 
July 19, 1879, Annie E. Pierce, b. Sept. 15, 1857; a shoemaker; 
residence, E. Stougliton ; 3 c. 



1018 THE DEP^CEXDANTS OF 

15051. Addie .May Lot]ihoi'\ h. Marcli 2G, 1SS2 ; d. Sept. 2n, 
1883. 

15052. Nettie Piekce Lotttkop^, b. Oct. 3, ISS-i. 
15052a. Sydxev B. LoTiiRur\ b. Aug. 2-J:, 1SS7. 



15053. 6. IIexhy Waldo Lotjirop'^, b. Jan. 16, 1S5G ; m. Jane 
11, 1879, Mrs. Leila (Scott) Bavdcn ; a farmer; residence, Easton, 
!Ma.<s. ; no issue. 

1505i. 7. Edward Albion LotiipvOP^ b. Marcli 15; d. Sept. 17, 
1858. . 

15055. III. Delano Lotiirop", b. Aug. 17, 1815; d. 
unmarried, May 9, 1875. 

15056. ]Y. Jacob Whitman Lothrop^ b. April 23, 
1818; m. Nov. 4, 1815, Elizabelli M., daugliter of Natlian 
and Ruth (Sniitli) AVarren ; a farmer ; residence, W. Sum- 
ner, Me. ; 3 c. 

15057. 1. Elmer A. Lotukop'', b. Jnne 3, 1857; m. Jan. 1, 
1880, Mary Lizzie, dang:liter of Andrew ami Elizabeth (Savrver) 
Is ewnan, b. W. Sumner, Me., l\ov, 29, 1858; residence, Beverly, 
JMass. ; no issue. 

15058. 2. Warren LoTHROP', b. May 10, 1862; unmarried; at 
home. 

15059. 3. Mamte A. Loth pop', b. Aug. 21, 18t35; m. Mai-ch 29, 
1885, Cliarles ]N"ewell ; a farmer. 



15060. V. Repecca Lothrop'^ b. May 30, 1820; d. 
unniarried, July 3, 1872. 

15061. VI. Abigail Lothrop'', b. Aug. 14, 1823; m. 
July 3, 1852, Jo.seph Henry, son of Reuben and Margaret 
(Nichols) Farr, b. July 30^ 1822; slie d. May 17, 1860; 
residence, AYelchville, Me. ; 3 c. 



15002. 1. Harriet Faur', b. July 30, 1856; d. ^hxrch 17, 1862. 

15003. 2. Ltlla ^r. Farp.', b. Aug. 17, 1858; m. 1. Feb. 1, 
1874, Frank A^^, son of John and Reljecca (Mood}^) Freeman, b. 
Oct. 2, 1858; was divorced, 1880; m. 2. Nov. 30,' iSSl, Charles 



JOnX WHTTMAX OF WEY-MOUTII. 1019 

n., son uf William 13. and ^lavy Jano (Diniliain) Sv.'an, b. Feb., 
1852; a painter; re>idence, ^'orway ; '2 c. 

150G1. IIattie E. Fr.EKMAX^ b. June 27, 187G. 

15065. Charles Karl Sw-\:s?, b. Sept. 6, 1SS3. 



1506G. 8. Abby Faer', b. May 12; d. Jnne 2, 18G0. 



15067. VII. Bethuel K. Lothkop'', b. Aug. 18, 1825; 
unmamed ; residence, Buckfield. 

15068. VIII. Makgaeet LoTiiRor^ b. Aug. 29, 1827; 
111. Nov. 25, 1845, Gilnian Cr., son of Andrew and ]\Iercy 
(Pulsifer) Libby, b. Dec. 12, 1822; slie d. March 18, 
1867; (lie m. ao-ain and removed to l]oston and had 3 c. 
by 2d m. ;) 2 c. 

15069. 1. Xancy Jane Libby^, b. May 10, 1S46; d. Dec. 17, 
1863. 

15070. 2. Cabroll AA^esley Libby', 1). Sept. G, 1S18 ; m. 1. 
Oct. 17, ISGO, Alice G., dau-liter of George G. and ]->etty Chatlin 
of Sumner; ni. 2. xVbna L., daughter of Francis L. and Lucinda 
(Walling) Hyde of Eandolph, Yt; 1 c. 

15071. Lydia Jaxe Libby^ b. Dec. 25, 1S7(;»; d. June 25, 1S76. 



15072. IX. Betitiati Lotiirop^ b. April 15,1829; m. 
June 1, 1852, George G., son of John and Nancy (Dow) 
Chafihi, b. June 30, 181,3; a builder; residence, 'Paris; 
2 c. 

15073. 1. Betsey .B. CnAEFix^, b. July 21, 1853 ; m. Nov.» 
1SG9, William O. Steveiis ; residence, W. Sumner ; 1 c. 

15071. LovA E. Stevens^, b. July 10, 1S7G. 

15075. 2. Fkederica L. CnAFFix"', b. July 22, 1861; m. June 
13, 1879, Albert Ru.?s^ son of Chauncey G.' and Lucy A. (Perham) 
Whitman, b. Nov. 2G, 1855 ; residence, Norway ; 2 c, see line. 



15076. X. Eliiaxan Wixcitester Lothrop^', b. Feb. 17, 
1831 ; d. unmarried. 



J020 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

15077. XT. l.ouisA Ann Lothuop'', b. Oct. 9, 1834; 
uniuurried ; residence, Biickfiekl. 

15078. XII. LoKENDA Vesta Lothkop''^ b. Aug. 20, 
1838; m. Jan. 1, 18(JU, Levi 1\ ^EcAUister ; a farnier of 
Lovell Center, Me., wltere he d. Oct., 1872 ; she d. Sum- 
ner, March 25, 1873; 2 c. 



15079. 1. Eenaldo Eugene McAlliste]{', b. June 8, 1863; 
a clerk, with SIirm', GoiHug ct Co., Portland. 

15080. 2. Carkoll Ellis McAllister', b. March 21, ISOS ; a 
painter ; residence, So. Paris. 



15081. Abigail-^ (519), Jacob\ Jolm", Abialr, John\ b. 
Buckfield, Me., Feb. 20, 179-1; rn. June 22, 1818, Capt. 
Jonatlian, son of Eleazer and Lucy (Shurtleff) Cole, b. 
March 14, 1795; d. July 29, 18Gl"; a brother of Polly 
Cole, Avho rn. Joseph"" ; it is related that Mr. Maxim, tlie 
well-known composer, ^vas present at this wedding, and 
composed, in honor of the occasion, the familiar tune of 
" Buckfield," and dedicated it to the bride, recalling to 
her mind lier childhood's home ; he also composed at the 
wedding the tune en Hod, in tlie " Nortliern Plarmony," 
"Woodstock," naming it in Imnor of her future home; 
this latter tune was sung for tlie hrst time by the guests 
assembled; both Captain and ]\lrs. Cole were skilled 
singers, and the service was, therefore, peculiarly appro- 
priate ; after their marriage they settled at ^\^oodstock, 
Me., Capt. Cole purchasing tlie land improved by John 
Billings ; he soon took a prominent part in town matters, 
holding many town offices, and ^vas greatly esteemed in 
the comnuniity; she d. Aug. 26, 1870, aged IG; 8 c, all 
b. AYoodstock."' I. AbigainVhitman'' ; IL Lucy'^; 111. Ah 
bionlV- IV. Wilhnm IL'; V. Louisa M.'" ; VI. Lorenda^ 
VIL DianthalL'- Vlil. Judson Wade'^ 

15082. I. xV]]iGAiL 'Whitman Coli:'', b. June 19, 1819; 
m. 1. April 30, 1840, Hemy II., son of Stephen and 



JOHN WIIITMAX OF ^VEYMOUTIT. 1021 

Eleanor 31. (Robinson) Packard, b. Xov. 28, 1813 ; d. Oct. 
12, 1848; lie was a teacher and school oiliccr of AVood- 
stock; m. 2. Se|)t. 4, 1850, xVlfred, son of Enoch and ]3etsey 
(Estes) Estes of Ik-thel ; they were divorced; m. 3. Oct., 
1870, ^Yilliam Yates, b. Dec' 27, 171)5; d. July 2, 1873 ; 
she resides No. AVood stock, Mq.. ; 4 c. 



150S3. 1. Charles IIenry Packakd^, b. Feb. IT, 1841; d. 
Dec. 30, 1 S44. 

15084. 2. LoKi:xDA Abigail Cole Packakd", b. July 8, 1842 ; 
m. March 10, 18G3, Rev. Jolni C, son of Ziba and Tliankful 
OVasliburn) Andrews, b. A])ril 22, 1838; a Baptist minister; resi- 
dence, "VT. Paris; she d. May 27, 1S83 ; 1 c. 

15085. Cora A. ANrREWs\ b Dec. 24, 18«33 ; d. Feb. 4, 1884. 



15080. 3. Charles Henry Packard", h. Oct. 14, 1847; ra. 
March, 1870, D'Albro S. Doughty; a shoeuiaker; residence, 
Kennebnuk, Me. ; 4 e. 

15087. Frederick Watsox Packard*, b. Feb. 20^ 1875, 

15088. Henry Harrison I\\ckard^, b. June 11, IS 77. 

15089. Frank Edgar Packard', b. Jan., 1879. 

15090. Charles H.er:,ion Pagkaru*, b. Aug. 14, 1882. 



1509b 4. Ella Eliza Estes', b. June 24, 1851; m. Jan. 1, 
1871, Joseph Hamlin, b. June 24, 1845 ; d. Dec. 10, 1879 ; resi- 
dence, Bethel ; 2 c. 

15092. Lillian Jeanette Hamlin-, b. xsov. 2, 1872. 
■ 15093. Joseph Hamlin^ b. June 15, 1880. 



15094. IL Lucy Colf/^ b. April 13, 1820; m. June 11, 
1840, xMden, son of Merril and Mrs. Lucy (Spolibrd) (Felt) 
Chase, b. June 5, 1819; for jnany years he has been one 
of the most prominent men in Woodstock ; has served 
several ternrs in the Maine Legislature ; Avas Registrai- ot 
Deeds for Oxford County for ten years, besides holding 
many minor positions ; he is a strict temperance man, and 
was a member of the Legislature, in 1851, when the first 
prohibitory law was passed; he is a practical, painstaking 



1022 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

farmer, and few men understand tlic 'business better; lie 
has long- been a Free ]\Iason and lield many ofllces in the 
Lodge, as well as tliat of District De])uty Grand Master; 
5 c. ^ 

15005. 1. Lucy Chase", b. May lO, isil ; d. Oct. 11, 1846. 

160i»G. 2. Prof. Alden Fitzkoy Ciiask', b Oct. 20, 18-12 ; m. 
Dec. 6, 1S09, Louisa Y. (A..^L), danuhter of He v. Stephen and 
Eachcl (Stnrtevant) Allen, b. Jan. 1, 16-17; fitted for cohege at 
Kent's Hill, Me. ; AYcslcyan University, Middletown, Ct, A.B., 
1869, A.M., 1872 ; honorary Ph.D., 1880, from Colby ITuiyersity, 
Me.; 1860-71, instructor in ]\[athe)natic5, Wilbrahnm Academy. 
Mass. ; 1872-83, instructor in Mathematics and Euo-lish Literature 
at Kent's Hill, Me.; 18S3, principal of High School, Millbmy. 
Mass. ; LS81-, elected principal of E. Maine Conference Seminary at 
Buchsport, and retains the positic^i ac the present date ; joined 
Maine Conference, 1872 ; transferred to E. Maine Conference, 
1884; member of Maine Historical Society' and Methodist Histori- 
cal Society ; 7 c. 

15097. Allen Chase', b. July 28, 1871. 

15098. Alden C. Chase*, b Xov. 20, 1872. 

15099. John Abbott Chase^ b. May 15, 1875. 

15100. Crystal IsIahvin Chase*, b. Dec. 11, 1876. 

15101. Joseph Cummings Chase*, b. May 5, 1S7S. 

15102. FiTZROY Chase*, b. May 3 ; d. May 7, 1881. 

15103. Louise Chase^ b. April 25, 1883. 



1510-L 3. EsTELLA Ophelia Chase"*, b. Sept. 1, 1810 ; m. Feb 
5, 1872, I\ev. Albert xVaron, son of John and Xancy (Pichardson) 
Ford, b. Ang. 25, 1810; d. June 2, 1887; a Baptist minister; 1 c. 

15105. Ethel Ford*, b. Sept. 1, 187-1. 



15106. 4. Aquila Montrose Chase', b. June 22, 1854; m. 
Sept. 29, 1878, Anna T. Faulkner, b. April 9, 1857; a book and 
job printer; residence, Bryant's Pond ; 3 c. 

15107. Francis Faulkner Cuask*, b. Feb. 25, 1879. 
15107a. Ealph Wedgewood Chase*, b. Sept. 24, 1S84. 
15107b Chase*, h. Aug. 26, 1888. 



JOHN WUITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 1023 

15108. III. Albion P. Colk^ b. Dec. 30, 1824; m. Dec. 
12, 1843, Julia, daughter of Leonard and Ilainiah (Pool) 
Berry, b. Xov. 2, 182G ; a farmer; ]-e.sidence, Bryant's 
Pond ; 5 c. 

15109. 1. IIexkietta D'Albket Cole-, b. April 17, 181:5; m. 
Feb. 20, 1876, l^redcrick E., son of Albert and Joanna Tilton, b. 
Marcli 27, 1S4G ; a shoe manufacturer; residence, Ashland, Mass.; 
no issue. 

15110. 2. Ella Fkancette Cole^ b. Apj-il C, ISIS; m. Jan. 
1, 1873, Leonard I*\., son of Leonard and i^Iarj A. (Pingree) 
Cuunnings, b. April 15, 1811: ; o-raduated at Weslevan University^ 
1873 ; was for eight years principal of High Scliool, Uxbridge, 
jMass. ; for thi'ee years principal of High Scliool, AValpole, Mass. ; 
since 18S7 manager of a publi-biug house in Iniston; residence, 32 
Maxwell st, Dorcliester; 3 c. 

15111. Leo Moxtelle Cu.mmings^, b. April 0, 1877. 

15112. Roy Lorraine Cummngs^, b. Oct. 10, 1S78. 
15112a. Mae Clotilde Cummings^, b. xVug. 13, 1887. 



15113. 3. Delokaine A. Cole', b. Dec. L3, ISGl ; m. l^ov. 2^ 
1887, Myra Millett; a shoe manufacturer; residence, Ashland, 

15111. 1. LuRA F. CoLE^, b. Oct. 4, ISCG; m. July 1, 18S5, 
Frank E. Trumbull, b. Dec. 20, 1865 ; residence, Ashland. 



15115. lY. WiLLL-VM H. Cole'', b. Nov. 11, 1830; m. 
Jan. 24, 1852, Albina S., daughter of Leonard and Hannah 
N. (Pool) Berry, b. July 22, 1830 ; a merchant; residence, 
Bryant's Pond ; 3 c, all residing Bryant's Pond. 

15116. 1. Edwin II. Cole', b. :>Lty 20, 1853 ; m. Xov, 29, 1877, 
Ida E, Bryant, b. June 10, 1850 ; 0. ^Mareh 4, 1887; 2 c, 

15117. WiLLAED E. Cole^, b. June 11, 1881 ; d. Xov. 26, 1882. 
15117a. Edwin Cole®; d. in infancy. 

15118. 2. Juliette A. Colk', 1). :\[arch 26, 1855 ; m. March 1, 
1876, James M. Day, b, July 31, 1851 ; no issue. 

15119. 3. Lalia D. Cole', b. ^larch 23, 1857; m, Xov. S, 1S82, 
Ilarrv M. Estcs, b. ]Mav 13, ISOo ; no issue. 



^'^^■^ THE DESCJ-JNDAXTS OF 

15120. V. Louisa M. Coli:" b Jnn q m^9 
ried; residence, IJryaiit's Pond. 

.o^^l^i' '^'^- ^'^'^^^^^ C0LE'\ b. July 20, 1835; d. Dec. 
15122. YII. DiANTHA IL CoLE«, b. Feb. 10, 1830- n, 
(liiell) Cole oi Greenwood, Me., b. 183G; d Dec ^-) 
Bryant's Pond, Ue. ; 1 c. by Isi m. 

15124. YIII. Junsox Wade Cole'\ b. Sept. 4, 183IJ- 
m. .Uay 4 ISGl, Emma AVonnwood, b. June, 1838: resi- 
dence, Ashland, .Alass. ; a master stone mason ; 1 c. 

15125. 1. Chai:les a. Coles b. Jan., 1805; d. Feb. 15, ISGS. 



[Ei3d of Descendants of ABIAH^ the Founli Son.] 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 1025 



ADDENDA AND EREATA. 



229. A great-grandson is ^V. II. Pratt, Secretary of Davenpoi't 
Academy of Natural Sciences, Davenport, Ta. 

347. Ilannali^, b. ITiy ; )n. May, 1770, Dr. Ebenezer Deane of 
Plympton, jMass. ; c. 

347a. 1. Dr. Ebenezer Deane', b. ^lay 20, 1771 ; (Mrs. James 
E. Pierce of r\ridd]ebc'roiigli, a great-gran ddraightci-, lias the family 
Bible.) 

347b. 2. Hannah Deane", b. Aug. 9, 1773. 

347c. 3. Sarali Deaue\ b. Dec. 7, 177- (last figure torn out). 

347d. 4. Yv'inslow DeanG\ b. Dec. 26, 1777. 

347e. 5. Eebecca Deane^ b. July 20, 1781. 

347f. 6. Avery Deane'\ b. Sept. 1, 1789. 

658. ]\rarried jlary Curtis. 

759. James Hawley Wliitnian', d. ]\[ay 19, 1888. 

802. Zacbariah Gardner AVliitman', b. June 1, 1824; m. April 
19, 1859, Mary Agnes Smith of Patterson, N. J. ; at ])re>ent (1889) 
in Boston, nothing having previously been heard of bim since his 
marriage ; 6 c. 

802a. Caroline AYinchelP, b. Jan. 8, 1860 ; d. March 9, 1862. 

802b. Fi-anklin Gardner^ b. July 12, 1861 ; d. March 30, 1806. 

802c. Maria Carter^, b. June 23, 1863 ; d. Nov. 26, 1887. 

820d. William Marsli^ b. July 18, 1870. 

802e. Edward^ b. March 21 ; d. March 3o, 1875. 

8021 Mary Agnes^ b. Aug. 8, 1878. 

904a. Paris Conant Pierson^ b. Se])t. 11, 1885. 

905. Kead—Marcia Eebecca Gonantl 

906a, May Adelle Gray^", b. IMay 1, 1886. 

910a. Paul Johnston^ b. Sept. 18, 1885. 

913a. Fred. Conant'\ b. Mai'ch, 1885. 



1026 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

992. CurtU Earnes", d. Oct. T, 1SS5. 

994-. Helen J.oui.-a ]'anu\>", d. A])ril 1-1, 1S75. 

99t)a. Annie Lovi.^a Dix^, b. Feb. 2, ISSo. 

11-17. Calvin Lcavitt, d. Xov. 3»>, ISS*'). 

1156. Jolin LeaviTt\ b. An;^-. n, ISoT. 

11S5. Lvdia, wife of Xoali AVliitman liVovrir, d. Sept. 9, 1SS7 ; 
"one of the Ijcst of Avive.^ and mother-, and a faithfid Christian." 

1193b. Winnifred Rae Ilinkley^'^ b. July 2S, ISSS. 

404-6. Edward, son of AYilliam Anuai.stus and Sarah (Housemaid 
Short. 

4053a. Gil])ert Short'', b. Jan. 10, 1SS5. 

4053b. Frederick Traev S]lort^ b. March 29, 1SS7. 

4063. Lyman Carr^ d. Xov. 9, 1S74; Ilo.-aniond (AYhitman; 
Carr^, d. Jnne 10, 1S77. 

4064-70. Eead— ^YJhurst. 

4006. Eead— Xettie. 

4072. I^ead — Mage ; read — Landes. 

4076. Eead--:\[arilla. 

4081. Cynthia Carr', d- IStU. 

4082. Residence, Grand Eapide. ]\[ich. 
40S3. Can- A. MePhersoir', b. May 22. 1S72. 
4084. Terah ArcPhei-on^ b. X^ov. 2S, 1875. 

4164. Elizabeth Whitman Mason', d. Oct. 19, 1SS7. 

4171. Full name, Cliarles AYhitman Cross, but at the request of 
his father he has usually omitted tlic "' Charles." 

4290. Marrie.l July 14, 1858. 

4291. Crosby Church AVhitman*, b. March, 1863 ; 1889, cugage-l 
in study of medicine at Paris, France. 

4806. Eead— X^'orton, not Morton. 

4307. 1. Lydia", 1». Feb., 1796; m. Stamford. Vt.. March 1". 
1815, Aaron., son of David and ]\Iary (Chand)erlain) Ptomerov. b. 
Xorthampton, Alass., Aug. 7, 1793; d. Feb. 26, ls7j, aged 77: ii*- 
.^ei'ved in tlie war of 1812 ; studied for a profession, but was obligf!- 
on account of failing hcalih, to abandon his intentions and iK-ciiiu'. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTTI. W2l 

a teacher; 1814, taiin:lit in Comvay, ]\[iis.s. ; 1817, taui^lit in Eaton, 
]\Ia(lison County, X. Y. ; in tlie fall of that year renioyed to Fann- 
ino^toii, Ontario County; Home time after 1823 }»nrc]iased a farm 
witliin tln-ee miles of Cananelaiaiia Village, wliere he resided for 
more than forty year>, and where he d. ; she d. Feb. 20, 1855 ; 4 c. 

4o08. Charles Galusha ro7ueroy\ h. Eaton, Eel). 22, 1817; ni. 1. 
Aug. 19, 1S35, Mary A. Runyan of Gcnc-eo ; .-he d. Aug. 31, 18-18 ; 
jn. 2. ]yray 23, 185(>, Mary]). Miles of Ilydesyillc, X.^Y. ; she d. 
Feb., 1884: he d. Dec. 14, 1888 ; residence, Ke^yarlc, X. Y. ; 2 c. 

" Dr. Charles Galusha Ponieroy's ajicestors were all from and 
among the first Pilgrim l^nritan sttrlei's of kin and kinsTnen — kin 
whose descendants liecame eminent, distinguished diyines, physi- 
cians, uien of law and letters, from whom ho no douljt inherited 
his y(;)uthful wisdom and decided characteristics ; to prc})arc himself 
at an unusually early age for a professional life, hi.- education was 
obtained at the Canandaigua and Roeliester city acadejnies ; he read 
medicine with Dr. James Post of Canandaigua and remained with 
him tliree years, and with untiring energy and faithfulness in the 
performance of all duties liis diligence was rewarded and his boy- 
hood's ambition crowned with success, wlien, at the age of nine- 
teen, he receiyed his licentiate to pr;ictice medicine and surgery, 
commencing at once in a small yillage in Afonroe County ; during 
the summer of that year he formed the acquaintance and friendship 
of the most prominent physician of ^Yayne Cottnty (twenty years 
his elder), Dr. Alexander Mclntyre, who locnted in Palmyra, IS". Y., 
1800; ' a surgeon in the war of 1812, he accompanied Gen. Swift 
to the frontier, was at the battle of Lundy's Lane, and at the sur- 
render of Fort Erie he v:as ^yith Gen. Swift wlien he fell.' 

Fi'om this friendship a partn.orshi]-) was estabiishcd in the autumn 
of the first year of his practice, and an attachment formed ^y]n'ch 
contiinied tlie residue of their liyes ; the time passed ^dtli Dr. 
]\rclntyre was of great seryice to him, as Dr. Mclntyre had a large 
surgical practice; but the ' }»htenix-]ike' spirit of the young physi- 
cian longed to attain those lieights wliich his honored senior had 
reached; with renewed energy, practice and skill he again located 
(alone), in 1837, in a small ^dllage in Wa^nie County (P'airville). con- 
veniently near the larger yillagcs of Palmyra and xSewark; he 
there founded tlie nucleus of a reputation which eventually made 
his name familiar to all, as the most prominent physician and sur- 
geon in tlie county ; haying a most pleasing address and courteous 
inatiner, although strong and decided in his Cunvictions of ri'dit and 



1028 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

honor ahvay?, liis friends were le(i;ion, and in lSi5, feeling tlie need 
of a still wider lield for his protessional Avork, he again and for the 
laBt time made a change, loeating in Xewark, N. Y., where he had 
ft)rmed intimate aud firm fricndshipr; which deatli alone severed ; 
the winter of 1S50 he passed in Fluladelpliia, attending lectures at 
the Jefl'erson ^Medical College, where he had conferred upon him 
an ' ad enndem degree.' 

It is conceded that he stood in the front rank of his profession in 
Central New York, and at its head in the county ; the ^Vajne 
County ^^ledical Society is indehted to Inm for its reorganization and 
roAavitication after the deatli of its former medical giants, Dr. Gain 
Robinson, its foui)der, and his nephew. Dr. Alexander ]McInt}Te; 
Dr. Ponieroy reorganized the society, revised the by-laws in 1860, 
and was repeatedly elected its president ; the honor and puiity of 
the society was his chief desire ; his was tin; toning elemeni to 
make its meetings interesting, to encourage its members to ever 
remain students of thought, research, culture and refinement, wliich 
many papers, addresses, impoj-tant cases cited, delivered and dis- 
cussed before them, testify to his depth of thought and feeling for 
its prosperity, and his example was ever one showiiig his high 
regard for the honor and dignity of his beloved profession ; the 
same element was obsei'ved in his consultations ; if he diilej'cd with 
any one he was kind and conciliatory. 

He occupied an honorable positioii in many of oni- most promi- 
neiit medical associations, both State and National ; he was a i)ei'ma- 
nent member of the American Medical Association, a pei'manent 
member of the .Medical Society of the State of New York, Fellow 
and one of the founders of the New York State Medical Associa- 
tion, and the President of the i\Iedical Association of Central New 
York, before wliich, at its semi-annual meeting and its twenty-first 
anniversary, ISSS, held in the city of Eocliester, N. Y., the Presi- 
dent delivered an earnest address ; referring to its o]"ganization, 
he said that the second regular jiaper was read hy C. G. Pomeroy 
of ^Vayne County, its third President, the subject '^sulphites;' the 
paper was, by vote, requested for publication ; in surgical knowledge 
Dr. Pomeroy possessed niore than ordinary talent and skill ; his 
surgical consultations were, of later years, with the late Dr. Henry 
P). Sands, for whom he had a warm personal friendship ; during 
the war of the rebellion he was connnissio])ed as surgeon of the 
United States volunteers, but was unalde to acce].)t, although, like 
his school-mate, Stephen A. Douglas, he was a strong su])porter of 
the Government duriuir the rebellion. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WKY.^fOUTH. 1029 

Jlis strong fon'f uf character could not be expected to be free 
from decided political convictions ; be was a moniber of tlic Demo- 
cratic party, and one of its prominent defenders in the connty; 
althongb be could bave beld pruuiinent positit^'u^;, bis influence and 
advice for the good of bis party alone interested him; bis pro- 
fession and bis duties to it were always first and foremost in bis 
mind, and notbinp; was allowed to M-aive tbem aside ; tbe eminence 
to wbicb be arose and was acknowledged and bonored in tbe 
science and practice of medicine and surgery were enougb for 
bim, won by a life-time of self-sacritice and devotion in bis 
j\Iaster'6 service (• healing tbe sick'), to whom be ever felt most 
bumble, giving all honor to Him in whose bauds he was only tbe 
means; as a citizen be was public-s])irited, always deeply interested 
in whatever tended to advance the interests of his own village ; he 
was a true friend to the poor, botli in word and deed ; be was 
trustee, treasurer and medical adviser of tbe x\"e\v York State 
CJustodial Asylum for feeble-rninded women, located in Isewark, 
K Y." 

4309. Anna Eliza Pomeroy^ b. ' ; m. ISTewark, March 1, 

1860, Hon. Samuel Beckwith, son of Dr. Alexander and Anne 
(BeckAvith) ]\[clntyre ; a lavryer : residence. Palmyra, X. Y. ; 2 c. 

" Hon. Samuel Beckwith Mclntyre I'ecruited and commanded 
Co. A, of the llltli Bcgiment, X. Y. Y., tbe first company in the 
first regiment organized under the call of President Lincoln for 
300,000 men, July, 1S62; immediately after being nmstered into 
service in Se]>teml)er, the regiment was ordered to Harper's Feiry, 
commanded by Gen, Miles ; on jNIaryland Heights they engaged in 
battle with Kershaw's S. C. Brigade, supported by Barksdnle's Miss. 
Brigade, until ordered to retire ; the regiment, v.dth others, was 
surrendered (sold out) by Miles ; they were paroled, sent to Chicago, 
exchanged, re-armed, then assigned to the Army of tlie Potomac as 
part of the 3d Brigade, 3d Division, 2d Army Coj'ps, Gen. Alex. 
Hays commanding ; tliis brigade participated in all the battles of 
the Army of the Potomac until the close of the war, 1SG5; it 
arrived at Gettysburg early in tbe morning of the second day, at 
8 A. M., and formed on the crest of the ridge s()uth of Zcgler s grove 
and ' Bryan ' bouse ; Gen. Hancock, in bis oilicial repoj't, says : ' the 
3d BWgade, 3d Division, commanded by Col. Slieird (who was 
killed), made a gallant advance oti the enemy's batteries, in wbicb 
tbe 111th K. Y. Yols., nnder Col. :\[cDugall, bore a dk^tinguisbed 
part; it lost more than one-ludf of its numbej's;' Gen. Hays, in bis 



1030 TJIE DEi^CENDANTS OF 

official report, says 'that the liistory of tliis llri^•ado's operations is 
written in blood.' 

Ilia report made l>v an oiiieer of Co. A, Ulrh Kegiinent, lie 
states: ' unr rei^iuieiU foots np a total of 24-S killed — nioj-e tLau aiiv 
otlier regiment ia the ariiiy ; among tlie mauy singular incidents 
of the fight it liappi_-ned that among those opposed to ns on tlie 
second day we fought was the regiment that entered Harper's FeiTv 
after we were pi:>ld out last fall i'lSr)2); this regiment was cut to 
pieces, its commander. Gen. iKirk'sdale, was killed, and we captured 
their battle-Hag upon Avhieh tiiev had inscribed "Harper's Ferry," 
and also some of the very mu>kets they liad taken from us ; Har- 
per's Ferry was redeemed ; Crk ^kdJugali was vrounded, after- 
wards receiving the promotion of General ; Capt. Mclntyre received 
])apers for a !Majoi-'s c<:>mmis;ion, Init Jiaving received a staff apjioint- 
ment on Monas Island, accepted and was anmng those who were the 
first to enter Charleston upon its surrender, returning home at the 
close of the war, 1S05.' '' 

4809a. Anna Mary ^dclnlyru^ b. Newark. July 2S, ISGl. 

•1309b. Edith Pomeroy :\[clntyre'\ b. Palmyra, April 20, 1876. 

4310. Rhea Barton Pomeroy^ b. Aug. 20, 1854; graduated at 
Hamilton College, 1875 ; a lawyer : residence, at family homestead, 
Kewark, Avhere he d. March 3, 1S88. 

4311. ]\[orton Seth Pomeroy^ 1). Farmington, Feb. 23, 1821 ; 
m. 1. i\Iarcb 3. 1843, Eiizal)etli Ann Babcock, b. 1820 ; d. Jan. 3, 
1S4G; m. 2. March 3,1847, Elizabeth A. McClellan, b. xVug. 14. 
1822 ; residence, Canandaigtia ; 5 c, two by Ist m., d. in infancy ; 
throe by 2d m., b. Lyons, X. Y. 

4312. Lucina Pomeroy^ b. July 30, 1852. 

4313. Isadore Lydia P.^neroy^, ^ ^ - 

4314. Theodore ^^Lorton Pomeroy^ f ^'' ^"^^^^ ^''' ^^^^''^' 

4315. Theodore Pomeroy-, !». Farmington, June 30, 1823 ; m. 
June 14, 1848, Sarah Poyce of Canandaigua; he d. without issue, 
May 15, 1853. 

4310. Eliza Pomeroy-, b. Farmington, x\pril 7, 1814; d. Dec, 
1821. 

4351. Married and removed to iJristol, X. Y. ; is said to have 
had a son Daniel. 

4352. Orange AVhitman', d. Oswego, May 8, 1849. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 1031 

4300. :Mar,-hall Wliitmaii^', d. Manchester, X. Y., Fel). 7, 1888. 
41:-13b. Jolni Kigney AVhitlnan^ 1>. Jan. 1 ; d. Aug. 31, 1888. 

4808. Aliicrnon 11. Davie, d. Clieraw, S. C, Aug., 18G5 ; was a 
private in SOtli ^le. Vols. 

4809. diaries Arthur Davie*, in. San Francisco, isov. 10. 1887, 
Eva Isabel, dangliter of Kobert and Fuella Alvinia (Porter) Jacks, 
b. ]\[aY 22, 1805; general secretary Y. M. C. A.; residence, Xew 
Westminster, B. G. 

4870. George 13. Davie-, ni. Sept. 10, 1883, .Mary Bell, daughter 
of Charles and ^.lary Ann (Courtney) Barhani, b. July 13, 1803 ; 
a stock farmer and dairyman, in partnership with his brother, 
Herbert A. ; resideiice, Janessille; 2 c. 

4S70a. Herbert Charles Davie'^ b. Sept. 3, 1880. 

4870b. Royal Arthur Davie'"\ b. July 11, 1888. 

4893. M'arried May 3, 1854, Hannah Emmons, b. May 3, 1830; 
he is now a physician. 

4897. Married March 2, 1875. 

5290. Eead— Mary Siednum. 

5291. Simeon Wliitman^, m. 2. Oct. 5, 1840, Lucretia, daughter 
of Erastus and Abigail Spicer, b. July 14, 1810; d. Jan. 2, 1881. 

5356. Mary Helen AVliitnuin\ m. Dec. 15, 1S08, Edward, son of 
Beman and Hannah (Jolley) Brooks, b. Aug. 19, 1848. 

5356a. William Hemw Brooks', b. April 27, 3 870. 

5359. Josiah AVhiiman', m. Hancock, Mass., Oct. 25, 1801, 
Cliarlotte Austin. 

7398. James Y/allace Caldwell'-', m. Montclair, N. J., Feb. 14, 
1SS9, Mrs. Harj-iet J. Edwards, daughter of Rev. E. D. Murphy ; 
residence, Selkirk, iS. Y. 

7401. Dr. Frank Eddy CaldwelP, residence, 103 Montague st., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

7578a. Lora L. Tillotson^ b. Jan. 10, 1888. 

7583. Frank E. Tillotso]i', m. Dec. 22, 1887, Abbic, daughter 
of John and Xora (Brown) Lyons, b. June 20, 1860. 

7050. Jennie Ethel AVJntman^ d. X. Y. City, Oct., 1888. 

7054. James Whitman', d. ^V. Hartford, Sept. 3, 1888. 



1032 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

7993. Frank Biilkley, d. Aug., 18SG ; read— 1 c. 

7994. Strike out— Frank kinlkley, Jr., b. Jnne 25, 1870. 

8070. ]\rary Skinner (Brace) Tod<l, d. ritt.<iield, Ma>s., April 29, 
1888. 

8374. Lncy .Maria Faxon\ h. ^Slavch 20, 1S5G : ni. Oct. 20, 1879, 
Robert Lawrence Mooi-a ; residence, Eoscoe, Ky. ; 3 c. 

8375. Cliarlos Faxon .Moore', b. Nov. 30, ISSO. 
837G. Saidic Douglas :^^oore.^ b. April 10, 1883. 

8377. Emily Anchinleck :Moore^ b. June 20, 18S5. 

8378. Read—Saniucl Bands Tntr. 

8379. Harold Tutt'*, b. Ang. 17, 1884. 

8382. Eead— Lilly Oliver Faxun^ b. Oct. 23, 1883. 

8383. Kead— Jnliiis LI. Winfree. 

8383a. Dor.glas "Woodson Winfree, b. ^''ov. 1, 1887. 

8444. Fourtli line, read — " Xorwicli " instead of " W. Llart- 
ford;" instead of "native town," read— " AV. Hartford." 

8445. Insert after Ciimniings — " of Palmer, Mass." 

8446. W. Hartford records show that a John Trumbull Perkins 
ni. May 2G, 1808, Hannah LBirlburt ; the grandchildren have no 
knowledge of the jnarriago to Hannah Hnrlburt, though, according 
to the dates of birth given, she must have been the mother of the 
two youngest children, while one of the children of John Trumbull 
Perkins'^ is named Catharine "^Villard Perkins. 

8450. Frank T. Hord^ m. Terre Haute, Lid., Feb. ]9, 1SS9, 
Eleanor, daughter of Dr. S. T. Young. 

8450a. Alma P. Perkins^ m. Feb. 27, 1S89, Samuel Harris. 

8458. Read— m. June 21. 

8475. Read— b. April 2, 1843. 

8505. Read— d. Dec. 25. 

8531. Read — Elizabeth, daughter of John Lee of Hartfoi-d. 
■ 8532. Ojnit — Samuel Trumbidl, Jr.', et seq. inserted by mis- 
take; this will make S533-8533a all one generatioii nearer the 
Ancestor, as Edwa)-d and Jidia E. are children of Samuel (S531). 

8535. Insert— m. Hartford, Nov. 9, 1831. . 

8749. AYilJiam Hale, son of John and Rosanna (Brown) ]\Iason, 
b. 177G. 



JOHN WHI'J'MAN 0?" WF.YMOUTH. 103f 
S751. ]\[arnL'd 1. 1S43, Xanev. danirliter of Smitli and 



(Ilowc) AVill^iiisoM ; la. ii. Xov. 2^^), 1N55. TS[avy, daii^'hter of Horace 
uTid A1)l)v (Wilkinson) AVliittakoi-; ni. 3. Nov. IS, isOn, Fannie P., 
daiigliter of "^Villiani II. and Susan (iunid) Staekpole ; residence, 
195 liodney St., Ijrooklyn. 

8753. Died Jan. 31. ]8SS. 

8838. Read — Alstead, Xew Ilanip-hire. 

10117. ^Married X. V. City, April i'5, 1SS9, Sara, daugliter of 
Dr. Bisliop of AVorecstei', ]\lass. 

12009. Pannelia OVharry) Bisho]). d. Ai)ril 13, ]S89. 

12070. Bead— Avei-d, h. 1857. 

13063. Eead— m. Ang. 11, 1805, rilary Jane Gibson of Fiteli- 
biirg; 1 c. 

13063a. Eead— b. Xov. 13, lb67. 

13182. Insert— Le d. ^Jarcli 12, 1889. 

13582. Read — residence, Pleasant River, TvLere lie d. Sept. 11, 

1877. 

13723. Read— 4 c. 

13726a. Harry Doering Boynton^ b. Oct. IS, 1888. 

13728. Married Aug. 13, 1887, Berenice ATaiid Hill, b. Dec. 25, 
1868 ; a painter and carpenter ; residence, Glidden, la. 

14014. Read— d. Sept. 2. 

14015. Eead— Pbrordce ; Alfred Haiabrick, b. Xov. 8, 1812; 
5 c. 

1-10-19. Estelle R. Hanibi-ick, b. Aug. 26, 1875. 

14049a. Albert C. Haiubrick, b. Aug. 5, 1877. 

14()50. Read— b. July 15, 1843. • 

15107. Insert— Aldcn. 



1031 TIfK DESCEXDAXTS OF 



APPENDIX. 



NOTES FROM COLONY RECORDS OF ^[ASSACIIUSETTS BAY. 

Vol. I., p. 'S16. Amonp; tliose that "tool: llie oath of freeman,'" " l:jth 
iVInrch, 1638. " in found "John "Whitt-man." 

Among those made free, 18. 3 mo. 1G42, '• Jlr. Francis Norton, John With- 
man'* (the 1st and second on the list). 

Mass. Arch., vol. 3?B, p. 10. '' The Towne of Waymoutli defire that Capt. 
Perkins, William Torroy and John Whiteman may be authorized by the 
Court to heave & determine as Committees all actions u)ider £20 in y Towne 
ali'orefd," abt May, 1645, "The houfe of dep'- defire y^' coiifen' of y bono''' 
mag'" heerein. Rob. Bridges." 

"Confented to, Incr. NoAvell, Sec." 

Vol. II., p. 9,1. At a Com t of election held at Boston the 14th of the 3rd 
month, 1G45. "Capt. Perkins, AVilli. Tory and John AVhiteman are chosen 
to end small controversies in AVaynioih." P. OS : "John Whiteman is con- 
firmed eusjgne of the company at Waymoth." Also p. 1G7 : "At a session 
of the general court, 4th, 9th mo. 1646," "Leiff/ Torj-, John Whiteman and 
Thorn: Dyer are chosen to end small causes in Weymouth." 

Vol. III., p, 349. "John Barrel! and Richard Wayte being sent as messen- 
ger to the Indians shall be allowed three shillings p. diem for their services, 
and John Whitman shal be allowed fov.er shillings a day for hib paynes and 
vse of his hoj-se, and tliat the .'"iuditor shall take notice of it that so it may 
come to an account to the rest of the colonyes." loth May, 1654. 

Vol. IV., Pt. I., p. 191. "In ans- to the peticon of John Barrell itt is 
ordered that (Val.) (this an interlineation of the original) Jn" Whitman shall 
be allowed fower shillings a day for his paynes aiid vse of his horse in ye 
journey he was imployed in for the counrryes services to the Narrowgan- 
setts" &c.. and the rest as in vol. III., p. 349, dated 14th May, 1654. 

Vol. v., p. 300. ■•John Whitiuan. who liath binn long an ent-igne to the 
ffoote company of Weymouth, being aged, bickc and weake, & never like to 
come into the ffeild any more, liumbly cranes the Courts favour for a dis- 
chardge. The Court grants his request, and doe heereby appoint Ephraim 
Hunt, Jun.. to succeed him in that place." Mar. 16, 1680. Also the original 
order of vol. V.. ],. 306. is in Mu>s, Arch., vol. 70, p. 36, dated 16 March, 1680-1. 



The Probate of the Will of John Whitman late of Weymouth deced. 
And Admin'^"" granted thereon unto his Son Abijah Whitman, one of the 
Executors in the same Will na?ned William Stoughton, Esn., Commis- 
.sionated by his Excellency S' AVilliam Phii>s K' * Captain General and Gov- 
ernor in Chief in and over their !\Iaj* -^ I'rovince of the Massachusetts Bay in 
New England, with the advice and Consent of the Council. For the grant- 
ing; of Probate of Wills and Letters of Admini-^tration within the County of 



JOHN' WHITMAN OF WEYMfU'TH. 1035 

Suffolk, &c.' To all whom ih.'sc i>rfsems shall come or mav concern, 
Greeting. Know Yee Tiiat on the Sixteenth day of r^Iardi, One Thousand 
Six Inindred Ninety-two 3. Before me at Boston the Will of John Whit- 
man, late of Weymouti), doeed, to thes>> presents annexed, was proved, 
approved and allowed, who having wJiiU- he lived and at the time of his 
death (roods. Clialtcls, Rights and Credits in the s' Couidy. The adminis- 
tration of all and singular, the Goods. Chattels, Rights and Credits, the s'^ 
deced and his AVill in any manner concerning, was comittod unto his Son 
Abijah AVliitman. one of the Executors in the same AVill named v,-ell and 
truely to administer the same. And to utake a true and ])erfcct Inventory 
of all and sintrular. tite (ioods. Cliattels. Rights and Credits of the s' deced. 
And to Exhibit the same into y^ Register's Ottlce of the s' County according 
to Law. And also to render a ]dain and true accompt of Ins s' admin''-'' 
upon oath. Reserving jiower to make out a like Comission unto his Brother 
Jn'"' Wliitman the other Executor in the s^ Will jiamcd, if he shall desire y^ 
same. 

In Testimony whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and the Seale of the 
s'l OtYice. Dated at Boston, the Seventeenth d.ay of March. 1093 3. 

William Stoughtox, J. 

Js" Addingtox, Reg. 

I, John Whitman of Weyinouth in New England V)eing weak of body, but 
of pei'fect memory and of a disjiosing mind, trusting in God through Jesus 
Christ my only Lord and Saviotir for eternal life. Do make this my last 
Will and Testament as it followeth. That is, after all n)y Lawful Debts 
duely and truely paid and Euneral Ex]>enses discharged, I^Iy will is, and I 
give uiito my Eldest Son Thomas Whitn^an all that Land Meadow and 
Estate, which I have upon his marriage or at any time heretofore, ptit unto 
his possession and occupati«:in. as the one-half of that Salt meadow com- 
monly called the Roinid Marsh, which half is two acres and a half, be it 
more or less, and Italf that Lot whicli is commonly called the Pond Lott. 
Hereby confirming my former Gifts and Grant to him and his heiers forever. 
Also my Will is, and 1 do give to my Son .John Whitman the other half of 
the above mentioned Pond Lot upon which he now dwells, and Seven acres 
and half of Land, be it more or les^, lying in tlie Field commonly called 
the ferry Field, whieli I obtained by way of Exchange for other Land of 
Samuel King. Also that t\\-o acres of Salt Marsli. be it more or less, lying 
Avithin tiie Township of Brantree. which he hath heretofore had in his occu- 
pation. Also one full half of that part of jnj great wood Lot and Swamp 
adjoining to Reed 3farsh (which lyelh on the Westerly or ftirther Side of 
that Run of water which pa.sseth out of the S'' Lot into Blancher mead<.")w) 
by a just and equal division for quantity and quality. Hereby confirming 
all my former Giants and Gifts to him and liis heirs forever. Also my Will 
is and I do give to my Son Abijah Whitman my present Dwelling house, 
barn, orchards, with all my upland and meadow adjacent and adjoining 
unto it. Also seven acres of Land more, be it more or less, lying in the 
fores' ferry Field. Also that Lot or parcell of Land together Vv-ith the fresh 
meadow, adjoining to fresh Pond containing Nine acres more or less. Also 
the other ftiU lialf of tliai jjart of my great wood Lot and Swamp adjoining 
to Reed's Marsh wJiich lyeth on the Wi'sterly or further side of the Run of 
water before mentioned, by a just and equal division both for quantity and 
quality. Hereby aho confirming all my fornier Gifts and Grants to him and 
his heires forever. Also my Will is and I do give unto my Daughter Sarah 



1036 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

Joiiiies that bed whio'i I myself do Jye on, witli one bolster, one covtrled. 
one bkniket, one pair of Slieets. ali wliieh was willed to her iiy my "Wife at 
her decease. Al-o J do confirm unto my Daughter 3Iary Pratt that two 
acres of fresh 3Ieadow, be it more or less, which 1 have formerly given unto 
her. upon her marriage. Also I do confirm unto my Daughter Elizal)etli 
Green all that live acres of Land uj>on Kingoak Hill, be it more or le^s, 
which I have long since given tmto her upon her marriage. And further. I 
do give unto her the remaining part of the upland in my forementioiied 
great Wood Lot v\-''' lyeth on the other (that is the Easterly or hithermost) 
side of the foremeutioned Run of water. Also I do give unto her my jv.rt 
of the great r^Iarsh. and two acres of Land in the Eange which is Sv.-amp 
Land. Also for her great and good service and attendance upon me in tlie 
time of my long Sickness, I do give to her, moreover, one flock bed, and two 
kettles and two Coavs. All this I give to her, to be at her only dispose, by, 
and according to her ov/n "Will, before or at her death as she shall please. 
Also I give to my Grand Child Joseph Green that great Lot which I bought 
of John Harding, Sixteen acres, be it more or less. Also I give to my Grand 
Child Elizabeth Green tliat bed and all the clothing and furniture belonging 
unto it, which standeth i!i the chain]<er. together with one Cow, one pot. 0!ie 
kettle, one Cupboard and four platters. And further, my AVill is that if 
thei'O shall be any money of mine, rorriainingin my Son Zecliariah Whitman's 
hand, at and after n^.y decease, it shall be distribttted as followeth. That is 
I give the one-fourth part thereof to ray Daughter Sarah Joanea., I give 
anotlier fotirth part tln^reof to my Daughter ]\Iary Pratt. I give another 
fourth part thereof to the surviving children of ray Daughter Hannah 
French deced. I give the other fourth part thereof to my Datigbter Judah 
Kiu^. Also I do contlrme unto her tliat Six acres of land given her ujion 
marriage lying in the above s' ferry I ield. Finally I do hereby declare that 
if there shall be more thaii Twenty pounds in money remaining in my Son 
Zechariah Whitman's hand, Tiien my Will is and I do give the whvde 
Residue of the money unto him my s' Son Zechariah Whitman, together 
with all the Rest of my moveables not already disposed off in this, my Will. 
Also I doe appoint my Son John Wltitman and my Son Abijah Whitman to 
be Executors to thi-. my Will Declaring this W^riting to be my last Will and 
Testament. All other or former Wills of mine beitig utterly void this Ninth 
day of March, One Thousand Six hundred Eighty five, 1685— John Whit- 
nian and a Seale. Signed, Sealed and Declared the day and yeare above 
written in the presence of us, William Chard, Joseph Dj^ar, Thomas 
Bickhell. 
Ex" Js-^ Addixgto:, Reg'^ 
■Registry of Probate, Boston, :\rass., March 07, 18^9. 

A truo copy, Attest : Elijah GEOi:GE, Register. 

An Inventory of tlie Estate, Goods and Chattels thai was the P^state of 
Deacon John Whitman of Weymotith, who lately deceased, appraized by us 
v/ho Subscribe otir names desirt'd b\- the Executors to the s- Deacon's Will, 
namely, Abijah WhiiiJiau and Jolm Wliitman, and apiirai/^ed the 2Gth of 
Deceniber, 1G92, as followeth — 
Imp. In wearing apjiarrel and Cash iu the Custody of me, 

Zechariah Whitman .-.. £22 14 — 

In the Custody of Al)ijah Whitman iji bedding.. 5 10 — 



JOHN WIHTMAX OB' WEYMOUTH. 1037 i 

I 

\ 

More, two bod'^teaiLs in the lower Room £ — 18 . j 

A Table and small Forme *. — 14 , j 

Two chairs anJ old chest and cushions, — 8 | 

A Spit >!' and old tnbl) 1'. — 4 j 

An Iron chain and old iron — 10 j 

2 14 — ! 

More in the Executor's Custody, two cows ..- - £ 3 10 1 

One yearling' at 18~ Seven Sheep at 30' 2 8 1 

In bookes of 3T)ivinity — 9 I 

G 7 — I 

More, part of a barn, Dwellinc,' house, ori'hard and Land ad- i 

joining at - - 90 • j 

More, In Salt Marsh next adjoining at - 70 — — 

More, 7 acre-, of Laud ujjon the plaine in "Weymouth, at 1-1 • 

More, 9 acres of Land in the Pond Field, at 20 — — | 

More, about 9 acres of Land b\' Heed's Marsh on the Northern I 

Side, at.... 14 | 

More, 15 acres of Land in y first division of Cornon, at 15 — — i 

More, 45 acres of Land in tlie upper division, at 10 i 

More, in y j^osses&ion of Thos. Whitman half y round Marsh.. 25 i 

More, half of the Pond Lot tliat was in his possession beuig ■ 

about 30 acres the half e 30 

More, in y« possession of Jn' Whitman y'' other half of y" Pond 

Lot ...^ ' 30 — — 

More, 7 acres and half in the ferr.y Field, at _. 15 — — ' 

]\Iore, in his possession, a parcel of Salt IMarsh in partnership "\ 

with Thomas Holbrook... 24 i 

More, in his jjossession, 9 acres by Reed's Marsh, at 14 ] 

More, in his possession, about 3 acres at the head of the Mill 

Pond, at :.. £ 8 

More, in the possession of the Widow Elizabeth^ircen. about 3 

acre^ on t)ie East Side of the great Lot near William Mauley's 

house, apprized at 5 

More, 5 acres on Kingoak Hill in her possession, at 15 

More, a p'cel of fresh Marsh, 4 acres, in her possession, at 4 

More, a Swamp Lot in the Range, 3 acres, at 4 

More, in the, possession of Phillip King, who marryed Judeth. 

the daughter of Deacon Whitman, G acres in the ferry Field 

More, IG acres of Land which Joseph Green possessed upon the 

great plaine 15 

More in Suspense which are obvious in y-" Custody of Abijah 
Whitman, 3 little platters, a little brass kettle and a quart pot 

apprized ai . . 10 

More, in the possession of Eliz' Green, widow and her daughter 

Eliz"^ Guruey , two Cows 3 10 — 

More, a feather bed and bolster 3"', a blanket 7' 3 7 — 

Two brass kettles 1 5 — 

More, an Iron pot, pothooks and tramell — 7 — 

An Iron Skillet and a Brass Skillet — 6 — 

More, a pewter chamberpot 2=, a frying pans 2* — 4 — 



103S THE DESCENDANTS OF 

A Flock bf^d 15% a pail Gs a brass pot G'-- 1 1 t; 

More, a Spinning wheel, churn antl a chest — 6 — 

More, a Cu}>board and a Box, at - — r, — 

More, in the Custody of his Grand Ciiild, Eliz' Gurney, 4 plat- 
ters, at -- .- 1 '? ~ 

Also 2 acres of fresh meadow given bv Deacon Whitniiui to his 

Daughter Mary iu marriage with John Pratt, Sen"', at 6 — - 

The Sum tot:il of ull the before raenconed Inveiitory £405 s G 

Tlie name of the apprizcrs : John Holbrook. 

James Lovel. Sen.. 
AViLi.TAM Chard. 
By the Hon''-'' "William Stougliton, Esq". 

Abijah Whitman, Executor, made oath that this contains a just and true 
Inventory of the Estate of his late Father Jn'^' Whitman, deced. so far as lias 
come to his knowledge : and that if more hereafter appears, he Avill cause it 
to be added. Boston, :March IGth, 169'2 3. 

Jural Cor. Wii.Ll.Aii Stoughtox. 

Ex'' Js-' Addixoto.n, Reg. 
Registry of Probate, Boston, :\Iass., :March 27, 18S9. 

A true copy, Attest : Elijah Gpzorge, Register. 



Lib. 6, p. 243, s. 25 Oct. 16T0, ac. 20 Oct. 1670, r. 2G Oct. 1070. 

Zachariah Whitman of EIull in the county of Suffolk, " Clarke." 

''fTor as much as there is a contract of marriage by God's permission to 

be solletnnized in convenient time by & betweene'" Z W &c. " & 

Sarah Alcock, daugfjtnr of the late John Alcock of Roxbury, in tlie same 
County & Colony in New England, Phisician, Know- all men tS:c. that sd 
Zach. Whitman doth hereby for himself & his heires, execut'% Administra- 
to" & assignes doth covenant, pron\ise & grant to & w-ith Ricliard Russell 
of Charlestowne [5:c.] Esq, (S: Samuell Alcock, uncle to the said Sarah of 
Bost, [&c.] Phisician, ffeoffes in trust for &: on the behalf e of Sarah. And 
he tlie said Zachariah "Whitman for himself, his heirs, ex. Adm. & ass. doth 
hereby free & absolutely give, grant, make over, assure &. contirm unto the 
said ffeotfes & to their heirs, ex. adm. & ass. but for the proper &' only use 
& beJioofe of the said Sarah, all his whole estate of Houses, Lands, Meadovrs, 
marshes, Cattle, boasts, goods, movables & delits whatsoever that he now has 
or hereafter may have both in it about the town of Hull aforesaid, or where- 
soever he has 6L' shall fall into his hands & ])ossession & of Right enjoy lying 
& being at ]\Iilford in the Colony of Connecticutt in N. England, given it 

bequeathed unto him the said Z by the last will & Testament of his late 

deare Ll'ncle, Zachariah Whitman, with all things upon the premises being 
or tliereunto appertaining whatsoever in manner and forme as follows, th 

vizt. The whole estate aforesd of the said Z W— — first above named it 

grantor hereof shall bee for the use & comfort of the said Z W & th.e 

said Sarah, his intei^.ded wife, during both tlieir naturall lives, et after the 
decease of (hem botii the ^ame shnll desend & go to the child or children that 

shall bee of them the .-aid Z- & the said Sarah, & for wani of such child 

or chililven, in case the said Z shall happen to dye first, the)i the said 

Sarah, his intended wife, shall absolutely & alone have & enjoy during her 
naturall life the said whole Estate of tlie said Zacharias that now is or ht-re- 



JOJIN WHITMAN OF WEVMOUTU. 1039 

after hee sliall have willi all rights, liberties, i)i-ive]e<lges. a]iinii-tenance.s, 
{irofits find Commodities thereof or thereunto Appertaining or belonging. 

And after her the said Sarah dt-cease it shall descend & goe unto tiie next 
heire or heires of the said Zechariah or to such as the said Zechariah shall 
^vill the same. Provided always i\ot\vithstanding what is premised touching 

the estate above mentioned at Milford only that if the said Zach shall 

see Cause in any tinn- of iiis life to sell the same or any part thereof hee doth 
hereby reserve unto himself a full power and liberty thereunto. Btit doth 
hereby freely, fully & absolutely Coven.ant, jiromise & grant to & with tlie 
ffeofTees aforesaid & Avitli their lieires. Ex'-, Adm" and assigns that if he the 

sai<l Z doe sell the same or any part or parcell thereof, the jnodtn e 

thereof, or of any part or parcell thereof shall hee sold, Exchanged or bj-any 
other way allienated or whatsoever it bee that shall bee produced, jmrehased 

or improved. l»y or in lew of the same, sliall with his the said Z 's estate 

at Hull & all his whole Estate besides bee, after his the said Z 's decease, 

in Case the said Sarah outlivi* him. it continue to bee absolutly t!t only hirs, 
the said Sarah, his intended wife, without molestation, during her natural! 
life ; & bee it understood that in Case the said Sarah, his intended wife, sliall 

not live soe long, leave any child or children borne of her, but the said Z 

outlivinge her the said Sarah may, after her decease, by marrying any other 
woman liave a child or children also by her, then one halfe part of that 
Estate at ililford only aforesaid, or the improvement or produce thereof in 
lew, shall bee at liis pleasure to give & dispose unto such other his naturall 
child or children, as shall bee borne unto him by any succeeding wife tliat 
he may have, after tljc said Sarah his now intended wive's decease. And 
also if this said Sarah, his now intended wife, shall, dying before the said 
Z- — -, leave noe sonn borne of her beliind her, to whome if sliee leave aiiy 
one sonn the Right at least of the dubble Portion of the whole estate men- 
tioned above & underneath doth & shall belong & hee shall enjoy the same 
2 [or what more &c.]. or what more the said Zachariah pleaseth. & that the 
said Zachariah shall have a sonn or sonns lawfully begotton by him & borite 
unto him, of any otlier succeeding wife as aforesaid, then such sonu or the 
eldest only, if living to or shall live to the age of one & twentj' yeares, shall 
for want of any sonn as aforesaid l)y this said Sarah, his now intended wife, 
have a dubble Portion of the whole Estate above mentioned of the said 
Zachariah anything to the Contrary notwithstanding. 

Item. The said Zachariah Whitman doth also for himselfe & for his 
lieires, Executo", administrator* and assignes, Covenant, promise & grant 
to (S: with the said Piclutrd JlusscU. Esq" and Samuell Alcock. Phisisian, & 
ITeofTees aforesaid, & their & every of their respective heires & Executor', 
Administrato''' and assignes, that one third part of the farme of uplaiul & 
meadow of the late John Alcocke, scitluate, Lying & being at a place called 
Assibath about & on l)nth sides of tlial River, in the County of Middalsex of 
the ^Massachusetts Colony of Xew England, lately in the occt!])ation of Thomas 
Wedge, when divided & parted according to the last will of the said John 
Alcork, bearing date tlie 10th of ^lay, 10(30, betweene the said Sarah & Anna 
& Mary, daughters of the said late John Alcock, to whom he gave the same 
by equall shares, sliall be improved by him the said Zachariah Whitman & 
at las pleasure to & for liis & her the said Sai'ah's best advantage, during 

both their naturall lives, but after Ins the said Z 's decease; in Case hee 

outlives the said Sarali, his intended wife, the said Third part of that farme 
shall also, after the death of the said Zechariah, immediatly hue & goe unto 



1040 THE dkscp:n"dants of 

the child or children of the said ZacJiarieh, borne of the said Sarah, and for 
want of sucli child or cliihlren, then forthwitli and without interruption, to 
the children & heires of Jolvn Alcoek aforesaid, vizt, Ai\n3 & 3Iary, sisters 
of the said Sarah, & unto tlieir heires, Executo'', Administrato' and a?signes 
forever, for tliat the will of the said late John Alcnck seeines as to give the 
same as to tlie heires of tlie said Sarali, should likewise in case of the want 
of naturall lieires borue of the said Anna & Mary alike bee heires unto tliem 
as by virtue of their ffathcr's will is 0<: was iialended. And before the Divis- 

sion of the said ilanae the said Z is to enjoy his intejK.led wive's third part 

of the pio/iitts and bennifitts that shall or may arise from the improvement 
of the said farme & the stock thereon, & unto them belonging in common, 
together witli such surplusage as shall bee & grow due unto him the said 

Zach h, in riglit of the said Sarah, his intended wife, from rhe Estate of 

the said late John Alcock, lier late li'atjier, for as nuicli as that the farme at 
Assibath is l)ut a part of the estate of the said late John Alcock and )iis 
whole Estate i=^ to be divided Amongst all his children, excepting a duble 
portion thereof, wliicli of Right bclongeth unto the eldest sonn of tlie said 
late John Alcock that shall first live & come to the Age of one & twenty 
ycares, which must then have, enjoy & fully dispose of forever as Appeareth 
also by an instrument sealed hj John Williams & Anna bis wife upon their 
marriage, which cont.-^dns their renunciation of the dnl>Ie portion Mitli tlie 
Reasons, soe likewise upon the same grounds & for the same ends doth this 
said Zachariali "Whitman, both for himselfe and the said Sarah, his intended 
wife, & for & in behalf of his & her respective heires, executo", Adminis- 
trator <fc assigns in like manner hereVjy freely, firmly & absolutely renounce 
& disclayme all manner of pleas to the dubble Portion aforesaid & forever 
deVjarr himselfe, the said Zachariah & Sai-ah, his iritended wife, & all and 
every of their heires. executo'^S Administrator & assignes respectively thereof 
& of & from all & every part thereof. And liee the said Zachariah, botli for 
himselfe & for Sarali. !iis intended wife, & for all & every of their heires. 
executo'% Administrato'" & assign.es respectively doe hereby declare that 
both hee and shee it every of theirs Respectively aforesaid shall & v,ill bee 
forever sattisfyed & contented with her the said Sarah's single share and 
interest alone in that Estate left by the said John Alcock, with her other 
ffowre sisters, daughters, of the said late John Alcock, upon the like penalty 
4 also of paying unto the [heire male of John] heire male of John Alcock as 
aforesaid & his heires, executo'% Administrato" and assignes, the full sum 
of fTowre hundred pounds starling money of new England, as in said Instru- 
ments dated the two & twentieth of January, li')C)9, as fully exjiressed. 
Lastly, the said zachariah AVhitnnin, for the true and full performance of 
all & every the aljove written dicli' rations, gi-ant. Covents and agreements, 
dotli hereby fully and absolutly bind himselfe & his heires, executo''", Ad- 
ministrator & assignes & every of them in the i)enall sume of fTive Hundred 
pounds of Currant starling money of new England, to bee forfeited & paid 
unto the above named Ricliard Russell, Esq'' & San.uiGll Alcock, Phissitian. 
ffeoffees & trustees aforesaid & to their heires. exeeuto'% Administrator' & 
assignes, but for tlie ju-oper & only u>e & behoofe of the said Sarali, his 
intended wife, & her heires, Executo^, Adniinistrato" & assignes forever. 
In wittnes whereof the said Zachariah Whitman has hereunto i)ut his hand 
and scale, the iTive & twenth day of October in the two & twenteth yeaie of 
the Reigne of Our soveraigne Lord Charles the Seccond, by the grace of God 



JOJIX WHITMAN" OF WKYMOUTH. 1041 

Ki'if^ of Englaiv.i, Scotland, trrance & Ireland &c. And th*^ yearo of Our 
Lord God One tiiou^aTid .'■ix llundrod & suavonty, 1070. 

Zachai;ia]i Whit.ma.n" &' a soale. 

Signed, sealed e^ delivered in the presence of us, 
Samuel Dani'ortu. Jouy Grkene. 

The word sail on the Ei.uht line, tlie word wife on the ffive *!(: tliirteth 
lyne, & the word | will befoi-e tlie be^^iniiini,'- of the three & | tlftelh lyne, & 
the word shaire in the sixty I sixt ltn(^ were all interlined & added before 
the signin.i;, settling tt delivi-ry hereof. 

Sam. iJANFMRTif, John (ikernk. •» 

This instrument was Ackruiwledged by Zachariah Whitman, tliis 26 of the 
8 month, 1670. Symon "Willard. Assist. 

Entered & Keccorded word for word & coinpared with the Originall this 
20 October, 1G70. ^? Edw. Rawson. Recorder. 

8, 244, 4 Sept. 1673, 4 Sept. 1073, 2, 8 mo. 73. 

KNOW ALL PEOPLE by these presents yt whereas there hath been an 
Instrument & Articles of mairiage signed & sealed by Zachariali Wliitman 
of Hull, in I'le County of SufTolk of the Massachusetts Collony in New 
England. Dated the 2oth of October, 1670, Ano Regis 22, wherein the said 
Zachariah hath Covenanted, promissed & granted vo & witli Richard Russell 
of Charlestcwne. in the County of Middlesex, esv;- & to Mr. Samuell Alcock 
of Boston, in the Coujity of SutTcilk abuve.-aid, Piiisitian. both of U'c abovesd 
Collony in New England, Feoffes in tru.st, unto whome the said Zachariah 
by sundry particulars disposed of his estate for the ])ropper & onely use & 
hehoofe of Sarah Alcock, Daughter of the late John Alcock of Roxbury, 
Phisitian,- his then intended but now his Lawful! married wife, v\-ith other 
matters as by the sd Instrument may appeare, wee doe hereby, upon the 
Ernest desire & with ye full consent of the abovesd Sarah his wife, as feoffees 
in trust for her the s- Sarah, absolutely & for ever Relinquish, Annull, make 
void and of none efect. force or virtue yt s' Instrument & Articles granted 
& confirmed by the said Zachariah unto us for tiie use of the said Sarah, & 
that to all intents & purpo-.e3 whatsoever & doe declare that tlie said 
Zachariah is wholly released & fi-ceu from the said Instrume^it & all things 
therein conteyned as if it had never beene, upon tlie true performance of the 
Covenants, engagements & grants yt the said Zachary hath freely Covenanted, 
promised, made & granted to & with the said ffeotiees in tlie behalfe & for 
the use of the said Sarah his Jiow wife, conteyning an Instrument under his 
hand & scale bearing Date fourlli Day of September, 1673, which upon the 
Im]iortuuate desire of the saiii Sarah his now wiCe is accepted by us in leiu 
of the first instrument above mentioned. In witnes | [whereof ^vee the s'] 
6 v-'hereof wee the s' lleoifes in trust for the said Sarah doe lieereunto put o'' 
bauds & scales the fourth Day of September, in the yeare of our Lord One 
thousand six hundred Seaventy & three, Anuoq Regiii Regis Caroli Secundi 
XX\% 1673. "^ me Richard Rl'Sskll, [seal.] 

Samukll Alcock, a [seal.] 

Signed, sealed and Delivered, In the jiresence of us, 
Ja3ii:s Russell, Andrew BELcnEK. 

66 



1042 THE DERGEXDAXTS OF 

L. 8, 245. This Instniuient renouncing the former, as it is granted upon 
my ernest desire so am I Exeeedeingly well pleaded & satisfied with it, witnes 
my liand & Seal, Sai; AH Whitman, a [seal.] 

Witnes, James Russell, Andrlw Bfxcheh. 

I Ricbai-d Russell. Esq^ Samuell | Alcoek cV .Sarali Whitman aeknow- ] 
ledp;od this Deed or \s-riting- the 4th | of Septenil)'', IGTo. | 

Before Daniel Gookin, Sen. | Assistant. 

Recorded & compared, ?S mo. 73, 

f^ Ffkee Gkace Bendall. Recorder. 



Alcock. 

George Alcoek (Roxbury), m. in England, sister of Rev. Thomas Hooker; 
he came in fleet with Gov. Wintljrop, 1630 ; freeman, May 18, 1631 : his 
wife died and he went to England to bring his soji John, only child of this 
marriage, and while there m. 2. Elizabeth: he d. Dec. 30, 1640; his widow 
m. Henry Dingham of Watertown. 

John Alcock, b. England, 1627 : m. Sarah, daughter of Dr. Richard and 

Ann Palsgrave of Charlestown. b. Stepney, Co. ^liddlesex ; d. Nov. 

20, 1665, aged -14 : he d. lUarch 27 ; buried March 29. 1667 ; 9 c. 

Sarah Alcock (twin with Ann, who m. 1670, John ^Villiams of Boston), b. 
(bapt. 313}- 26, 1653) ; m. 1670, Rev. Zechariah Whitman'-. 



40, 9S, s. 18 June, 1723, s. 8 yr. George, ac. 19 June, 1722, s. 4 Oct. 1726. 

TO ALL PEOPLE to vrhom this p^seut Deed of Gift shall Come Zechary 
Whitman of Hull, in the County of Suffolk in New England, Clerk, Sendeth 
Greeting. Know ye that ye aboves'- Zechariah W' liitman for & in Consid- 
eration of the Love I bear to my Daughter Sarah Gold of the afort'=;- Town 
& County, for divers Causes me hereunto moving, have given, granted, 
assigned & made over these Soverall parceils of Land & Marsh hereafter 
mentioned tinto the said Sarah Goold, her heirs or assigns forever, Viz. A 
home lott v.-ith a House & Barn & Orchard, the Lott Containing about three 
acres, be the same more or less, butted & bounded. Easterly upon the High- 
way or Town Street, Northerly upon the Town's Land laid out for the min- 
istry. Westerly upon the Bay or Salt water, Southerly uiion the land now 
l>el<jnging to Joseph Gold. Also a peice of land lying at Point Alterton Con- 
taining abotit an acre (!l' an lialf or two acres, be the same more or less, butted 
and bounded as follows, Viz. Westerly upon the Road or Highway. Nortlierly 
upon John Loring, Easterly uj>o)i the Sea or Salt water. Southerly upon the 
Town land. 

Also a peice of land lying at .Strawberry Hill Containing about three 
quarter of an acre, butted and bounded, Northerly upon Gosliam Colyns, 
Easterly upon Robert Goold, S'' Deced, Southerly tipon tlie Bay, Westerly 
upon the Town lands. 

One peice also at Wliite head Containing about two acres, be the same 
more or less. Northerly u}>oii the highway. Westerly upon the land of Capt. 
Lobdell, Southerly ui» the River, Easterly upon the Town land. 

One peice at Saggaraore Hill by Estimation about one acre, more or less, 
Northerly ujion the Highway. W'>' upon Joseph Goold, S'> upon Beuj. 
Loring, E ' upon the Town land : more, One Lot of salt meadow, two acres, 
be tlie same more or less, boundrd S'^ ujion Joseph Vickery & Samuel Biuney 



.Te")nX WHITMAN OF WEYMOl'TH. ' 1043 

& Tliomas Gainos & Jonatlian Vickery Dec'd & Bonjamin Loring, on the Ea.st 
the street & Capt. LobiJill & Benjamin Loving, & West & Nortli on the Town's 
meadow ; More, one Lot at Rettickes Island Containing fo\ir acres nj. or 1. 
bound witli Town's kind. Esterly Jno. Bensons Dec'd, Westerly the Baj- N. 
ct South. 

More, one lot at Hog Island, one (juar*- an acre m. or 1. Jno. Lobder S. PI, 
the Town Lot on the N. W., Benjamin Bosworth on the N. E., the Bay on 
the S. W. ; more, one lot at Hot Island containing one q"' of -an acre, hounded 
on the Bay S ', Isaac Lobdill E'>', Henry C'ombarton W'> ; niore, 0)ie Lot at 
Brewster's Islands bounded on the Sea on the N. E. & on tlie W. on the 
Widow Bosworth. 

10 More, one lot at the great Brewster's bounded on the Town land on the 
North, a Swamp on the S., Thomas Loring on the W., the Widow Boswortli 
on the E. ; Together with four Common Kights <!t an half in the undivided 
lands : Together with all & singular the Priviliges, Ajipurtenances, mines, 
minerals, fences, Watercourses & all manner of Privileges therettnto belong- 
ing unto her the said Sarah Goold, her heirs & assigns forever, free & clear 
w ithout any inctunbrances whatsoever, & that I haA-e in myself good Right, 
full power and Lawftil Authority to make over and convey tlie same. 

In witness &c. &c. IS June, 1722. 

It is also further to be understood that I reserve to mj'self the sole & whole 
Improvment of all tlie above granted premises with their Appur- ■" During 
my Natural Life and tliis before Signing, those words between the 21 & 22 
lines [CoiJitaining about t\^o acres, be it more or less] interlined before 
Signing & Sealing. Zechariah Whitman & a seal. 

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of us, 
John Loring, Joseph Melton. 

Sufiolk ss. 19 Jtine, 17'22, Mr. Zechariali AVhitman acknowledge &c. &c. 
Before . John Clark, Just. Peace. 

Oct. 4, 1726, Rec. & Ent. ct Exam. John Ballantine, R. 

No. 5355, Suii. Probate, v. 25, p. 177, s. 12 June, 1725, in-ob. 16 Dec. 1726. 

In the Name and fear of God, Ame}i. I, Zechariah Whitman c)f Hull, in 
the County of Suffolk, in the Province of the ^lassachusetts Bay in New 
England, being well stricken in j'ears, yet being of a perfect memory, and a 
disposing mind, do make tliis writing my last will and testament, and hereby 
do make void all former wills and testaments in manner and form following : 

Imprimis. I give my soul to God that gave it, and Uiy bud}- after my 
death tc be decently interred, and all my lawful debts to be duly and truly 
paid, and all my funeral charges defrayed ; tlien all my outward estate I do 
will and dispose of as follows : 

Imprimis. I will and l)equeath to my son, Zachariah Wiiitman, all my 
land and meadow in Milford not contained in a deed of gift already given 
him. and all the pn-iviledges thereto belonging to him, his heirs and assigns 
forever, on this condition, that lie never give the least disturbance to any- 
one, that has any part of tlie farm at Asabath or Stow by deed of gift made 
over to him, in his po.ssession of the same, and also that he i)ay or cause to 
be paid to his sister, Jolianna Hunt of Boston, in New England, her heirs or 
assigns, tlie sum of one hiuidrud i)uund.s of current money, or bills of credit 
of this iirovince, within a twelve month after my decease ; and in case he 
do not ptmctually observe the above mentioned condition, then I do hereby 



1044 THE DKSCKNDAXTS OF 

em] lOU'er my executor to take tlie land not eoutaiued in tlu^ foremontionvil 
deed of gift, tliat is to say, all my land on the Indian side, ami five aeivs of 
meadow at — - Plain ; also, it is my will that lu}- son, Jolin ^Vhitman. jusy 
to my daughter Hunt forty and live pounds in current money or hills crc-ilit, 
as he has hy bond obliged Jiimself to do on my giving a died of gift to him 
of part of my farm at Asaliath oi- Stow. Item, unto the rest of nij- childrin 
unto whom I have maile over ])art of my estate by deeds of gift, as to nrv 
son, Saiuuel Whitman, to my daugliters. Sarah Goold, ]\larey Jacobs and 
Johannah Hunt, I give oi my movable estaie as follows: Iiuprimis. I givr 
and bequeath to my daughter Hunt, of my moveal)le estate, twejity-tivi.' 
pounds, and then the rest of my moveable estate that remains to be equalh 
divided between the forcmentioncd children, uamely : Samuel Whitm;in. 
Sarah Goold, Johanna Hunt and yhivy Jacobs, whether goods, chattels, ur 
just and lawful debts. An.d I do constitute my son, Samuel Whitman, to 
be the sole and oid\' Executor of this my lasr will and testament, to the con- 
firmation hereof I do put hereto my hand and seal this twelfth day of June, 
one tliousand seven hundred twenty and tive, and in the eleventh year of 
the reign of our Soverain King Geoge ; before signing and sealing these 
words, ordered to be added to the word plain in tlu' twenty tifth line from 
the top, and make sale of it for the payment of my daughter Hunt's legacy 
and what is more to be my executors. Zfchaiuah Wiutmax & a seal. 

Signed, sealed and declai'ed in presence of us witnesses, 
Nehemiab Hob-vrt. Johx Goold, Samuiil Lorixg. 

Proved Dec. IGth, Ti?G, by oaths of John Goold & Sam'l Loring. 

Endorsed in band v.-riting of Judge Sewall, December 10, 1706 : 

Mr. Samuel Whitman, the executor, presented the witliin written will 
requesting it might be i)roved, and John Goold and Samuel Loring --^^.u. 
oath that they saw Mr. Zechariah Whitman, deceased, sign and seal, ana 
heard him publish and declare the same to be his last will and testament, 
and that when he so did, he was of sound, disposing mind and memory 
accoriling to these deponents* best discerning, and that they, together with 
Nehemiah Hobart now absent, set to their hands as witnesses thereof, in tlie 
Testator's presence. Coram me, Samuel Sewall, J. Prob't. 

Another place, Mr. Ej)hraim Hunt. 

V. 25, p. 176, No. 53.>-), iGth Dec. 1726. 

Will proved, and admin, on will to the executor, Samuel Whit)uan, to 
make an inventory of t)ie estate of said dec'd, and to exhibit same before 16th 
March next ensuing, and render an account of his administration on Oatli 
&c. (fee. Signed, Samuel Sewall. 

(all.) 



Suffolk Prob. v. 26, p. 155, 38th Jan. 1722-3 pro. 26th Geb. 1727. 

"In the Name of God, Amen, the twenty eighth day of January, in the 
year of our Lord God one thousand seven hundi'ed and twenty two, -three. 

I, Abiah Vrintman of Vv'cymoutli. in the County of Suffolk, in New 
England, husbandman, though vseak of body but of perfect mind and 
memory, thaidcs be given to God, therefore and calling to mind my mortality 
and knowing that it is ai<pointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain 
this my last will and testament, in manner and form following, that is to 
say : Principally and first of all 1 give my soul to God, that gave it me 



JOirX \\' nil MAX OF WKTMOI'TII. ] 045 

tliroiiL^li Jesus Clirist my only Suviui- jind Dear lJe<lefiiicr. in ^silonl I lioiio 
for ''ternal lii'e. ami my hoily J r<'C(<mmeiid t(_> ihc eartii I'rum ^vllen^t• it was, 
to lie l)Ui!eil ill a ili'i.-t'Ut and ciiri-iian like- manner at tin- discretion of my 
executors, notiiini:,' douliliug Init at the .general resurreelion to receive tlie 
same ap:;dn by the niiyhty power of God. And as for .sueli worldly estate as 
it hath pleased God to bless ine with 1 ;j;ive. divide 6: dispose of in the fol- 
lowing manner and form : 

Iiii])rlmis. 1 give to my son. Ji:;lin AVhiiman, tlie one half of my lot in the 
second division of lois. in Ta.iinton, noith imrcliase. that 1 bought of Roliert 
(.-rosman ; also one half of the nieado\>' belonging to said loi ; also one half 
of my lot Iji the third Division in [lie said North pureha.-e : also one fourth 
part of my lot in tiie fourrli Divi-'on of ](.i;s in tlie said ])Ui-ehase ; and also 
one fourlli part "f the un.divided lands belonging to me in north purchase 
above mentioned, and all my right and interest in the lovrnshij) of Bridge- 
water, and one thiid jiait of all my movt'able estate; all tlio above {particu- 
lars given to my son, John AVhitman. 1 give to him and to Ids heirs and 
assigns forevf-r. Ileni. I give to my soti, Zechariah Whiuijau, the one half 
of my lot of land in the lirsi divisioji of the siiare land in tlie north purchase 
aforesaid: also one half of the meadciw belonging lliereunto ; also one 
quarter i)art of my land in ihc- seco)id division of lots in saad purchase : also 
one fourth part ot my land in tiie fourth division of lots in said north pjur- 
chasc ; also one fourtli part of tlie undivided lands beloaging to me in the 
said north purchase, and one third ])art of all my moveable estate, and my 
will is that my .sou Zecliariah aforesaid shall uot alienate nor aiiy ways dis- 
pose of any part of the lands above said which is giveji to iu'm. without tlie 
advice and consent of iny sons, John and Abiah ^^'hitman, and Thomas 
Randall of Xortli ptircbiase: also I give to my son, Zechary Whitman, ojie 
tiiird j)art of my movable estate : all the al»ove ijarliculars given to my son, 
Zechary "Whitman, I give to him and his lieirs forever; pi-ovided lie do not 
dispose of any part of tiie lands giveii to him without the consent of John 
and Abiah Whitman and Thomas Randall aliove mentioued. Item. I give 
to my son, AJiiah Whitman, provided he pay such legacies as I do ap])oint 
him to pay in and by this my last will and testament, my ilwellmg house and 
my barn, orchards, land anil meadow thereto adjoining, and all my lands 
and meadow hdng and being within the tov.-nsliip of Weymouth above. 
Al.'^o one third. part of all my moveable estate: all whicli particulars above 
nientii;)neu given to my son. Abiah Whitman, I give to him and to his heirs 
and assigns forever, lie paying the legacies as I. order him : 

I give to m.y so;i in law, Timothy Cooper, who was husband to my late 
datigliter Elizabeth, dec'd. one sliilling, and to eacii of his cliildren by my 
daughter Elizabeth one shilling, I having liereto foi'e given to my son and 
daughter Cooper as laige a portion as I shall loyn to anyone of my daughters. 
Item. I give to my daughter. Lidia Thonia.-., five shillings, siie having 
heretofore received upwards of fifty pounds from my estate. Item. I give 
to my daughter. ^Mary Daily, live shillings, my son and daugliter Daily 
having hei'etofore had .several pareels of land at noi'th purchase, gi%eu by 
d-ed. , ' •' 

Item. I give to my daughter, Eleanor Tiu-ner, Twenty and six i)Ounds 
in money, which twenly and six pounds, together with forty shillings in 
money which I give to tlie present Church of Christ in Weymoutli, and tlie 
money above mentioned given to my son in law, Tinu.ithy Coo]ier, a)ii1 his 
children, and to my daughter. Lidia Tiiomas, and to my daughter, ^lary 



1040 TIIK J)ESCEXI)AN18 OF 

Daily, I order anil apjioint luy son, Abiah ^Vhitnlan, li< pay, connnuin.L^ lus 
title as above. 

Lastly, I ordain, constitute and ajipoinl my sons. Jolin Wlutnian ami 
Abiah Whitman, al'ove mentioned, executors of this my last will and le-.l;i- 
ment, and I do hereby revoke, disannul, and utterly make void all otlirr will 
or wills b\' me made, either l>y word or writing;, ratifying and conlirmina; 
this, and only this, for my la.=it will and testament. 

In Witness Whereof I li.avc hereunto set my hand and seal the day and 
year above mentioiied. ABiAfi Whitman & a seal. 

Signed, scaletl, jmblished. ]n-onounced and declared l.)y tlie Testator above 
said as his last will and testament, in the presence of us Witnesses, tlie day 
and year first above mentioned. 

John Turkey, Benjamin Kiciiaf.ds. .John Torkey, Jr. 

Endorsed as "Serg't Whitman's AVii]." 

SutTolk ss. By the Hon. Samuel Sewall, Esq.. Judge of Probate &c. 

Abiah Whitman, Probate, v. 2G, ]>. l."i; (under and at end of will on .same 
paper). 

The foregoing will being presented for probate i>y Abiah Whitman, one of 
the executors therein named, John Whitman, the otlier executor at the same 
time renouncing his executorship, John Torrey, Benjamin Ricliards and 
John Torrey, Jr., made oath that they saw Abiah Whitman, the sul)?rribor 
to this Instrument, sign and seal and heard liim publish and declare tlu.- same 
to be his last will and testament, and that v.dien he so did he was of sound 
aTid dispo.sing mind and memory according to these deponents" best discern- 
ing, and that they set to their hands as witnesses thereof in the presence of 
the said Testator. Boston, Feb. Sfith, 1727, Samuel Sewall. 

36, p. 1.>J:, Will jirobated 27th l-'eb. 172;. & admin. Committed to son Abiah 
as exec't. of will &c. 



V. 26. 294, 18th of May, 1728. 

An Inventory of t^ae estate of Mr. Abiah Whitman, late of Weymouth, 
Dec'd. Appraised b}- the subscribers, May 18th, 1728. 

Wearing apparel &c. _ 10 13 00 

An old Bible with a book of Divinity, and otlier ])ersonal effects 

and stocks 10 00 

UraJ Estate. 
In the old Cedar swamp, 3 acres o2 

7 acres of salt marsh and 1 acre of fresh marsh joining the home- 
stead IGO 00 

1 acre of orchard in tltc homestead 80 

24 acres of tillage, pasture and woodland of tlie liomestead with 

the house QQO 

1 acre and a half salt marsh at burying island . . ;-!0 

8 acres of pasture land by Ben'j. Bicknels . 100 00 

10 acres of pasture and swamp land near Mr. Gideon Terrills ^0 

10 acres of fresh mar^h pasture and woodland at ^Vhitm;ln's Pond, lOu 

A woodlot by Pash's cedar swamp about 20 acres. .10 

Half of the first division of lands at Easton in the County of 

Bristol _ 1 10 



JOIIX WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 10-17 

A quMrter of the second division i>l' lands at Easton. - 52 10 00 

8 acres uf meadow land in t he In )invork Pond 36 

A quarter of the fourtli dis i-,ion of land in E.iston . ._ 30 

A quarter of the undivided land in Easton of \Vhitinan_.. 75 

Half of tlie second division of lands in Eastoii .- 104 

Half of the third division of land in East' >n ... 50 

i of tlie fourth fourtl} of land in Easton _ 30 

A quarter of V>'hituian's ]iart of ye undivided laud in Easton 75 

The right and interest g•i^ en to John ^\'■]ulu^an by his father' will 

of the land in Bridge water _. 4i- 10 

Total --- iyT4 10 06 

John Tokkey, , 

S.-vm'l Bau.\.m, ^- Approjscrs. 

JOH.\ WniT.MARSH, ) 

Real and PersLn'>.aJ Estate. 

Boston, June 5lh. 1728. 

Abiah Whitman, Executor, presents this Inventory &c. oath. 
26, 205. Abiah Whitman reiiders an account Cth June, 1728, charges 

himself with 1974 a nd ]>rays allowance ..- - ....- 10 6 

Wrong iteins is 6th June. 1723. paid for 9 i>r's gloves a 5 2 05 

Paid for 27 pr's do. a 4 .t 1 pr. a 3 5 11 

Paid for crape for hats &c - - 4 15 

10 gall's -wine at the funeral a. G - - . 3 

Paid cofiSn .- 10 

Digging grave and bell - - - 10 

P'd your accountant what he paid for taxes when Constable 10 5 

Total 28 4 1 

Abiah Whitman. 
Allowed and approved, alf. June Gtli, 1723. 



Suffolk Prob. No. 6370, Lib. 31, p. 266, S. 21 Dec. 1732, pr. 30 Jan. 1732. 

Ebenezer Whitman of Wevmouth makes biis will as follows : 

"In the name of God. Amen. The twenty first of December. 1782, 1, 
Ebenezer Whitman of Weymouth in New England, Carpenter, being very 
sick and weak in body, but of peiTect mind and memory thanks be to God, 
Therefore calling unto joind ye mortality of my l)ody, and knowing that it 
is appointed for all men once to die, do make a.nd ordain tliis my last will 
and Testament : that is to say, xJi'incipall}' and first of all, I give and recom- 
mend my soul into the hand of God that gave it, and my body I recommend 
to the earth, to be buried in decent burial at the discretion of my Executors, 
nothing doubling but at the general Resurrection I shall receive tlie same 
again bj- the mighty Power of God, and as touching such worldly estate 
wherewith it hatii pleased God to bless me in this life I give, demise and 
dispose of the same in the fulluwing manner and form : 

In primis, T give and bequeath to l>e')orah and Dearly beloved wife tlie 
improvement of one tliird of my lands \\ith half my dwelling house and a 
third part of my barn, aiid a third part of my personal estate and mov.able 
property during her life. Share of Imsiuess. I give unto each of my 
daughters, Sarali, Ann, Silence and Debora, Fifty Pounds — to each of them 



10-18 THE ])KSCKX!)AXTS OF 

ti) tliose that are now of Mue when tliey dt-iDand it. and to t!io others wIkmi 
fhoy life of age or upon niarriac;* — wliirh i^uni thuy le.ay demand of thr 
Executors liereafter mentioned. And I gi\c then.i equally, to he dnided. 
two thirds of my hdUsehold stutT, eacli th'ir part as they come of aL;,e or 
niairy. 

liem. 1 ^[ye. after tlie debts. Lv'^acie.s and f'au'.^ril charges are defrayed 
ami paid nut of my e-tate hy tlie Executors liere after nanunh unto David 
an. I IXmi' I, my sons, all juy lv>(;ile, real and personal, nut hcdtre given 
awayn, to be divided equally between theiu. Daniel paying David the elder 
one liundred pounds when Daniel comes of age. 1 intend them lo have their 
motlier's third of housing and lands after lior decease. J impower my 
brother Samuel and my wife Deborah lo sell hwid nv stock to pay debts and 
legacies. 

Further, my will is that my brother Samuel and my wife Deborah be the 
Executors of this my last Wil] and Testame.'it. T constitute and n.:!ake them 
my sole H\ecutor.s of tliis nsy last Will, and 1 do hereby uUerly disallow. 
revc>ke and disannul all and every other former Testament, wills, !> gacies 
and beque.^-ts and Executors by me in any way before named, willed and 
bequeathed. Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will 
and Testauient. In witness v.diereof I have hereunto set luy hand arid seal 

the da V and vear above written. 

his 
Ebenfzkk Wun.MAX and seal, 

jiiark 

Signed, sealed, publislied, ]iron<>n,jiced and declared by the said Ebenezer 
"Whitiiian as his last Will and Testanient. in tliej'resenceof us. the subscribers, 
John Y^'HIT^rA^^ Jedediaii Caswei.l. Eiciiakp Portek. who write the will. 
All witnesses testifv at Probate of will, 30 ian. 1733. 



No. 6:J7o. L. ^l. p. 437, 9 Apr. 17:j3. 19 .June. 1733. 

An inventory Estate, Ebenezer Wliitman. pi-ixed at "Weymontli, 9th Apr. 
1733, by us. the subscribers. Jam.es Deal, Ebenezer "White, John Date. 

Among other things. Carpenter's tools _ 9 11 5 

To 26th of an Iron Mill 15 

To Dorma , land in Braintree a nd Weymouth . . . _ 67 — — 

To Housing and land at his liome place 1 250 

Total, Peal and Personal - . 1537 12 10 

Inventory presented by Deborah and Samuel Whitman, Executors, 19 
June, 1733. (all.) 

Box 4G5. No. 15, s. 15, Oct. 1767. Pro. ^: Sejjt. 1772. 

In }raiae of God, Amen. This tifteenth da} of October S:(\ 1707, I, .John 
Whitman of Sto\v in Co. Middlesex, iri liis -daj. Prov. of the Mass. Bay, in 
New England, Esq. being far advanced in Hie and very weak' in liody 1nit of 
good mind and memory &c. calling to himself the Tdorlalily of my body, 
being frequently admojiished thereof by my many and freqiu'nt indisposi- 
tions, and knowing that it is ajijiointed for .all men once to die ■S:c. Soul to 
God. Body to Earth &c. at genenil ressun-ectiiui &c. touching worldly estate, 
devist>s as follows, " Impi-inus." To eldest son and to his heirs a rice meadow 
land connnonly called Mosquito Hole, Bouiiding Xortlurly in tlie river, 
otherwise little .Mosquilo Hole Brook so called, and S.ujd. ^Vitt and John 



JOHN WHITMAX OF WEYMOUl TI. 1049 

Earn^i' lands; I al>^<) .u'^'" '" i'i> saiil sou, Jacolj Wliitinaji, ^'6 lbs. 6 s. 8 d. to, 
be paid liini in thret' niOTiths after my decoaM\ Ittui. I ,e:ive to Dorcas. 
Percy, Daniol, Edward. Hannah, Salome, .John. Isaac, Abraham and 3Iarcy, 
Cliildren of my son. John Wliitman. deceased, all tlie land I now own lyinLj 
Souliierl)- of lioon'.-^ I'ond Brook so called: I also give to the said Hannah 
tlie li)okiug-g"lass now and usually lian,t;ing in my best Koom. 

Iteju. I give to my Daughter, Lucy Harris. \'.i Ib^. G c. 8 p.. to be jKtid by 
my Executor o nios. atter liiy decease. 

Item. I givp to my son, Zacharali Whitman, and to Ins heirs, one full 
moiety or half of my Pine lan.l Ea.-tcrly of BcH'n"s PoimI sij called. I a!-?o 
give to him the Bed. log-ether with tlie ju-oper furniture, on which I usually 
sleej) in the Westerly front room, as likewise tlie looking glass that now and 
usually hangs in the said AVesterly front room, and the desk, the large table, 
that now and usually are in tlie said room, as also one line-back cow I now 
own or in my possession at my death, together Avith one half of the Flock of 
Sheep I may die seized off. as likevv'ise a pair of two year old steers I now 
own. 

Then I give to my youngest son, Charles AVhitman. and to his heirs, one 
other moii-'ty or half pare of the jiine lands &:c. " or half j'art of the pine lands 
lying Easterly of Boon's Pond as aforementioned, together with my other 
lands lying between said pine land and the river on the Northerly end of 
Boon's Hill so called, as likewise one Gov,', one calf, tvro yearlings and the 
other half of tlie Flock of sheep, and likewise all other estate, either real or 
personal, that I in:ty die .seized of or possessed of after my just debts and 
funeral charges and the above legacies are jiaid. I likewise hereliy direct 
and order that my Negro servant named Boston be su])])orted by my said 
son, Charles Whitman, both in sickness and health suitable, the said Negro 
to be free and at his own lilierty after my decease, and I do hereby appoint 
the .said Charles Whitman sole Executor of this my last will and Testament, 
and revoking" &c, the day and year above written. 
. John \\'niTMAX and Seal. 

Witness, by Hkni;y GAicmr.x'EK, Silas Ji-.wei., Bkis'j. ^Muxkoe. 

AVill jn-oved S Sept. liTi, liy two lirst witnesses. 

Charles Whitman, Physician, and Henry Gardener, Esq., both of Stow, 
made bond 18 Sept. 177".?, in sum 400 Hjs., the said Charles having taken upon 
himself the office of Execiitor of will of his Father, Jolin AVhitman, Esq. 
&c. &c. (all.) 

INSCRH'TION ON TOMBSTONES OF JOHN AA^HITMAN' OF STOW 
AND HIS THREE AVIATES. 

Hark from the tomb a iloleful sound my 

Ears attend the cry. 
Ye living men come view the ground 

AVliere you must shortly lie. 

Princes, this clay must be your 

Bed in sjiite of all your towers. 
The tall, the wise, the Reverend IIea<l, 

3Iust be as low as ours. 

The remains of Ji:)hn AMiitmaTi, Eb(|., are here deposited. He descended 
of an ancient and venerable familv at Hull, where he was l>oru in the vear 



1050 THE DESCEXIJANTS <)F 

16S8, i\nd died at Sto^v. wliere lie had resided near seveiiiv years, on tlie ;;id 
Day of August. A. I). 177:3. 

His Meekness aii<l Piety towards God. and liis Benevolence and Hospitality 
towards Men, made him beloved whilst livin- and lamented after Death. 
The sweet rememhranee of tlu" Just 
Sh.all Flourish when they sleep iu dust : 

Why should we tremble to convey their bodies to the Tomb, 
There the dear Flesh uf J^sus lay and left a sweet perfume. ' 
The Grave ot his Saints he Ijlessed 

And sof tene.l every Bed ; 
"Wliere should the dying members rest 
But with the dWng Head. 

Hear v.-jiat the voice from Heaven Proclaims 

For all the i)ious dead : 
Sweet is the Saviour of their names, 

x\nd soft their sleeping Bed. 
Thence he arose, ascending High, 

And shew'd our Feet the way 
Up to the Lord our Flesh shall fly 

At the Gi'eav arismg Day. 
Then let liie last loud Trumpet sound. 

And bid our Kindred rise : ' 

Awake, ye Nations, under Ground, 

Ye Saints ascend the Skies. 
The life in Jesus and are blessed, 

HoAv kmd their Slumbers are, 
From Sutferings and from sins released, 

And freed from every Snare ; 
Far from tlie world of Toil and Strife 

They're present with the Lord, 
The labours of their Mortal Life 
End in a Large reward. 

Hear Lyes the Body of 

^Irs. 'yiarj Vv^hitman, 

wife to Mr. John Whitman, 

aged 17 ye'' and 9 mo. . '' 

died Xov'r :34, 1716. 

Here lyes the Body 

of Mrs. Dorca* Whitman, 

wife to Mr. John AVhitmau, 

died OctoV 2tj. 1718, 

in ye M'^ year of lier age. 

Here lies Buried the Body 

of Mrs. Margaret Whitman, 
wife of John Whitman, Estf, 

ye dau. of ye Rev. Thomas 

Clark, who died Oct. ye lli. 
17.jS, in the 6ti''' yr of her age. 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WICYMOUTIL 1051. 

This tentli Day of March, Anno Doin. 1745 G, In tlio Nnnie of Trod, Amen. 
I, Samuel Wliitiuan of Farmin-lon, in t!ie Co\inty of Hartfonl & d/loiiy of 
Conuocticut in New Kn^^fand, biMiiL:; in an advanced a.i;v & of a dis^io-^inLi; mind, 
do make, eonstiUite & ordain this to be my last \Vill & Testament, liereby 
revoking all former Wills, ami principally and fir.st of all Do recommend my 
Soul to God who gave it and my body to the Earth, to be buried in a Decent 
& Christian inanor at the Discretiim of my Executoi's hereafter naincd. in 
hope of a resurrection to Life «: Glory. And then as toucliing siteh Worldly 
Estate as God has b!es.-,ed me v.iili. After the payment of my honest and 
just debts & funeral chaiges. I .Lrive and Devise A: Disjiose of in manor fol- 
lowing, that is to say, " imprimis :" I give and bequeatli to my Well beloved 
Wife Sarah the us<' of tlie Southern ]ia!i of my Dwelling house & t/ie use of 
that part of the late addition to it wliere my study now is ; also the use of 
one half of the kitchen & cellar ; } e use of one lialf of the lot on which my 
hoiise stands & of the barn & orcluird thereon : also the use of my pasture 
between the first and Second Mountain : also the use of a Tlurd part of lay 
land at a place called Jud"s hill ; also the use of juy land in the meadow at 
Moses Corner ; also the use of a Quarter ])art of my jiastui-e at Turkey hill ; 
and all tliis during her Widowjiood or Nattual Life ; also tlie tise of my 
Silver Tankard not given away till after her decease. Also I give to her Two 
Beds — that in my Stiu.ldy with all its fm-niture, and another that slie brouglit 
with her with its coverings : also one half of my household goods not here- 
after particularly willed away ; Also a note from Elienezer Langton to me 
of tl\irty i^ounds with all the interest arissing thereon ; also thirty four 
pounds in jny .son Samuel's hands to be at her Dispose, yet "tis my Desire 
that it be disposed of to her Daughters as she pleases, with the household 
stuff then in her Jiouse ; also 1 give to her all Debts Due to my Estate after 
the i)aynient of my honest and just debts and funeral chai'ges : also one 
year's provisiori for hei-self and my Daugliter Elizal)eth after my decease. 
Also it is my Will tliat my son Samuel jirovide for her wood. Malt, Tdeal & 
Meat as long as she lives In the Southern lialf of wliich as to its use is 
bequeathed to her: wood may be taken for her of any ]iart of my lands ; 
and tis my 'Will that her Daugliter I^lizabeth Live witli her mother, & that 
she live in the same part of the hou^e & improve as much of it as she 
pleases after her IM other's Decease, that is, so long as she may renuu!! in an 
unmarried E.state after That. Item. I give to Ehuithan, my eldest son, 
beside^ all the charges of a liberal! Education & otlier expenses, my library 
and manuscrips, exce})ting some few books hereafter given away & particu- 
larly named. Also one bundled and sixty one jmunds, which he has 
received since his Settlement at Hartford : also twelve acres of land at the 
half way hill in the lot on the left hand of the road leading to Kensington 
and at the Easterly end of it, taking unto it the land at That end which I 
bought of Thomas Stanley, Twelve in all ; also eight pounds to be paid to 
him bj' his Brother John cc ."iO pounds by his brother Samuel ; also six acres 
of land more in the same lot adj(jyning to the twelve already mentioned. 
Item. To Solomon, my Seccmd Son, I give the house he now lives in, the 
Barn & the lot they stand on. whicli is passed over to him in a deed of Gift, 
with Several other pieces of laud passed over to him in the same Deed — 
boiuided where the })ieces are entire as in ye several Deeds on Record refer- 
red to— and in his haiuls, and AvJiere any of the pieces of land in s' Deed of 
Gift and adjoyning to mine, tin y are to be Divided of therefrom as therein 
ordered, still reserving to my M-ife a Liberty to take of firewood from any 



lVi)2 TUF. DESCEXDANTS OF 

part : a yowk of rixon with an lK>r-.<\ wliirli lie has rtjccivcd, ami alsn a cai'l 
A: all Team TackliiiL:; put into his iiamls : also w' plows, oxen, hors-.'s, 
cliaiDs, harrows of miii';'. to-vth.cr with allslioe innlciiig utensils in liisjiaiuls 
Item. To John, luy Third Son, I give all "that"' I liave made over lo liiin 
in a Deed of Gift containinp,- as is s\ij)]iosed about 'JiH> Aeifs in a Farm at 
"Stow;" rdso two bonds and a noic of hand comaining abriut 157 ]iounds 
which he has rt-ceivt'd of liis L'ncde, Jolni Wiiiiuian ; also nine ])onnds more 
due for tlie wnt of the Farm u-hcji he entered on it : also Two thirds of the 
money for y '-rlie" land ^\ bivh jie sold to Diaci.ui Graves; the land was sold 
for t?4 ]'onnds ; tlie renniinini;- S to be paid to Ins brother p]lnathan ; also a 
yovik of oxen, a horse & a YJv.\(\ cliain, vdueh he has Keceaved. Iteiu. To 
Samuell, my fr>unh Son. liesides tlie Cliar^es of a Liberal Education & other 
Expenses. 1 ;,ive the n.orthern half (>f my jiresent Dweling house \s-ith the 
Shop lately buiJv at the Southern end. half Lol that it Stands on. at my 
Decease; half the barn -and iialf the orchard, half the Kitclien and half the 
Cellar also, at my Decease, <S: the oiher half after his AJother's l,>ecease : all 
the above then to be his forever, only Iieservin;j; to my Dau.L;-liter Elizabeth 
to live in & inijirove wliat she pleases of the Southern end of the house & of 
the garden & oiviiard wliile she remains unmarrie-.l ; also I give to him the 
iise of two tliirds of the land at Jud's liill at ujy Decease, & at his Mother's 
Decease the whole to him. and Quarter of my pasture at turkey hill I give to 
him at my decease, & the other quarter reserved for his mother, at her 
Decease ; also my Land at .Moore's Cornei' & my pasture between the moun- 
tains I give lo him after his mother's decease : also I give to him the Silver 
Tankard that is commonly in use, and all my j>!,ysick books afier his ^Mother's 
decease ; & tis my Will tliat he take goo<l caie of his 3Iother during her 
Widowhood <S: provide for her as is above & ''pr^ed.'' 

Item. To Eunice, my eldest Daugliter, I give. i)esides what she receaved 
at marriage, all that I have given her since and is in her ])ossession. taking- 
particular notice only of a nev.- Silver Tankard. 2 Sliver Spoor.s, a teapot. 
S^joons and Dishes, and a Dressing table : also, after my decease, tis my will 
that she have a small Silver cup : 8 aci-es of land at ye half way Jiill on the 
right hand of tlje road leading to Ivt-nsington & at the eastern end, & to be 
divided from Solomon's as tliere ordered ; 3 books, 'Mv. William.-," Scrmmis 
preached at Hartford at a time of Great awakeing. ^fr. Flavell's touchstone 
of sincerity, and 3Ir. Foxe's Door of Heaven opened & Shult. Item. To 
Sarah, my s'-'coiul Daughter, all tliau she receaved at marriage & all that she 
has received since, not mentioning anything" in particular hut a new Silver 
Tankard & 5 Silver Spoons. And 1 give to her. aftej- my decease, a Silver 
porrenger, reserving to her ^lorher the use of it during her natiual life : also 
lining for a '' Chrisining" blanket, the outside of wdiich is now in her jjosses- 
sion. to lie procured i:>y my wife for her out f>f the Del'ls jiut into her Viands, 
if noi l)efore pjv Dt.""*: asc ; abo the Land lying between the land .given to my 
sons. Elnathan tt Solomon, in the lot at the half waj' hill on tlv L'ft hand at 
the ])ath leading to Kensington, i give to her. Item. To Elizaljeth, niy 
youngest Daughter. I give all lior wearing a]jparel of ;ill sorts, the Bed iu 
the North Chamber with its curtauis which " Cheny " with all its furniture : 
two otlier beds R-ith all Iheiv furniture, that on which sIm- lodges & one in 
tire apartment in which my Son Sam'' Lodges; al! tliat She lias been laying 
up iu linen, wlietb.er Slieets, napkins. tal>le cloths. &c.. a)ul all other house- 
hold goods not partictdarly nrtmed. in liei- Custody and ])ut into it l)y me. of 
which there are some of considtrable valine : also a Chest of draws made m 



JOHN Vn-HITMAN of WEYMOfJ'l'H, 1053 

Boston, and anutlici- 1-y PalunTly ; ;ilsu i!i.' one half of my liousfluild goods 
not before given awiiy. \vhi-lher i)e\\ter. Rra--: j'Ots, kettle- or other house- 
hold goods ; alsi) a Silver Taniiard, live Sih cr sjjooiis, a Silver pcper hox & a 
Silver Cup; a set of Tea Dishc-, platen. S])oo:is & tongs, a Tea jiot. :\t my 
Decease. & a tea ki'ttle. at her broihfr's; also a hundn^l [louads in a bond 
from lier brother John ; also 17 pound;-, to puivhase a clock with : al-o a free 
use of any part of the Soutlieru end of my Dwelling house a-- long as she 
lives single ; also that part of my land at the "• Coos" River not contained in 
Solomon's Deed of gift : also a Cow I give her and an heifer. Likewise I 
hereby con-;titute & ordain my beloved Wife Sarah & my sons, Elnathan & 
Samuel, the former Executrix. & ye latter Executors of this my last Vv'ill & 
Testament. 

Ill Witness whereof I have hereto set my hand & seal the Day and j'^ear 
abovesaid. Sam" WiiixMAX a Seal. 

Signed, Sealed, pronounced & Declared by Samuel AVhitman. Sen'' to be 
his last \Yill and Testanient. in presence of 

IIez. "Leu," Joh.v T.^ee, Daniel Newell, Jua\ 

I do hereby Signifie to my Two Sons, Elnathan & Satnuel. Executors to 
my last Will above, that tis my Will & i)leasuie, for divers reasons me thereto 
mo\-ing. that I-ydia AVhitman who lived with my father as a maid many 
years and was after married to Capt. Thomas, who died & Left lier a Widou* 
with ScA-eral Children, that the s' Widow of Capt. Thomas have Sixteen 
pounds " old tenor" out of mj- estate, faithfully Delivered to her by them if 
LiAing, if not to any of her Daughters or children that are ; as witness my 
band this thirteentli day of Septetnber, Anno Dom. 17-")0. 

Samuel Whitmax. 



Stcdpard. 

Anthony Stoddard (Boston, I68O1, a linen draper; received into church, 
Sept. 2S, 1(539; freeman, May 13, 1040: ni. 1. Mary, daughter of Emanuel 
and Lucy (Winthrop) Downing of Salem, b. Parish of St. Michael. Cornhill 
ward, London (neice of Gov. Jolin Vrintlu-op). (E. D. cauie to ^lay. lG3o ; 
freeman, Salem, March, 1G39.) 

Rev. Soloman-, b. (bapt. Oct. 1, IGIB, at 4 days' old) : rn. March S. 1070, 
Esther, widow of Rev. Eleaxer ^Mather, first minister of Xorthamjiton, and 

daughter (jf Rev. John and Jane Wareham of Dorchester ; bapt. Dec. 

8, 1G41 : d. Feb. 10, 173G : (Rev. John Wareham, a minister of Exeter, Co. 
Devon: came from Plymouth in "Mary and John," 1630; freeman, Dor- 
chester, May 18, 1631; removed to Wimlsor and d. A])ril 1, 1G70:) Rev, 
Solomon G., grad. Harvard, 1G6'2 : settled at Northampton : 13 c. 

Sarah Stoddard, 9th child, b. Ai)ril 1. IGyO ; m. Rev. Samuel Whitman'. 



In the name of God, Amen. I, Soloman Whitman of Farmington, in the 
Coujity of Hartford, being advanced in years, but of sound mind ct mem- 
ory, blessed be God for the same, calling to mind the mortality of my Ijody, 
knowing that it is apiiointed ttnto all men once to die, do, on this 2Sth day 
of June, A. D. 1803. make & ordain it publish this my last will & testament, 
& firstlj', I recommend my Soul into the hands of God that gave it me & my 
body to the earth from whicli it was taken, in hopes of a joyful restirection 



KT)! THE DESCKXDAXTS OF 

tlirV. tl>.. niorrits of Jc-sih Christ my Lord &- Saviour, aiitl n'^ touchiuo; surli 
worMIy estate as it liatli jibMSPtl God to !)lfss me witli, I di^-pose of the sam,. 
in tlie following,- maini.r. my just debts Ix'iug first satisfied & paid : 

I give unto CJrandson. Lemuel Whitman, about five roods of land in tlic 
Indian neck .--o called. Mr. Edwai-ds Answer to Doc. Chauncey, Josei)hi!.s 
anticquties of the Jens. Gilbert's Law of Evidence, Kirby's Reports, nn" 
silver shoe buckles, to hi in & his heirs forever. 

I give and bequeath unto my three Grandchildren, viz. Samuel Whitman. 
Soloman Whitman, Jr. A: Edward WJiitman, my home Jot, containing al»..i)t 
five acres, butting west on the river, east on the town street, with the build- 
ings thereon. Also five Acres in the meadow west of New Hartford road. 
Also three acres, the idain so call '. Also five acres one rood of land at a 
place called Pembert.:,n, at the north end of the dead swamp, being a pan 
of the twenty rod highway I purchas^ of the Town Committee, to them, tiair 
heirs and assigns forevei'. 

I give unto Elnathan ^Vhitlnan the use and improvement of tlie Home lol 
on Avhich he now lives, sujiposed five or six acres, with the buildings tliereon. 
during the term of his natural life, the remainder to my Grandson. William 
Whitman, tt to Jiis licirs Sc assigns forever. Also the use & improvement 
of about seven acres of land. Crane hall so call'. xVlso tlie use & impiove- 
ment of two acres & half of laud, in the pasture at the round hill, during 
the term of his Natural life, the remainder to my Grandson, William Whit- 
inan, his heirs & assigns forever. Also the use & improvement of my 
turkey hill pasture, containing seventeen acres, during the term of his 
Katural life, the remainder to my Grandson, William Whitman, and to his 
heirs & assigns forever. 

I give to my Son. Elnatlian Whitman, the use & improvement, the one 
half of the undividnl rights of my real estate, wherever the same lies, not 
before dispos' of, wliei-ever the same lies, during the term of his natural 
life, the remainder to Grandson, William Whitman, & to his heirs & assigns 
forever. 

I give unto my Grandsons, Sanuiel Wliitman, Soloman Whitman. Jr. & 
Edward Whitman, the other half of the undivided rights half of the undi- 
vided rights of my real estate, wherever the same may be, not before disi)os' 
of, to them & their heiis forever. 

I give unto my Grandson, William ^Vhitman, my desk, my book cupboard 
standing on s' desk, my Watch, my Law book, and one entitled everv man 
his own lawyer, to him, his heirs & assigns forever. 

I give unto my Graiivlaugliter, :\Iaria Whitman, my case of drawers 
standing in my old house chamber. I give unto my Grandaughters, Susana 
Whitman & Polly Whitman, to each of tliem. a Table sil\-er spoon. I give 
to my Grandaughter, Chloe ^A■hitman. my small trunk & also my stock 
buckle so call', & to their heirs forever. 

I give & bequcatli unto my Grandaughtois, Maria ^Vhitman, Susana 
Whitman, Polly Whitman. Nancy Whitman. Fanny Whitman, Chloe Whit- 
man c<c Katie Whitman, all my household goods and n.oveable estate not 
before disposed of, to ho oiiually dispus' between them, to them & their heiis 
forever. 

1 give unto my Son, Elnathan Wliitman. & my grandsons, Sanuiel Whit- 
man, Soloman Whitman, Jr. & Edward Whitman, all my wearing apjunvl 
& all my husbandry tools, viz. the one half to my Son Elnatlian. the other 
half to my Grandsons in equal proportions. 



JOHN' WHITMAN OF "\VKY:\[0UTII. ] 055 

I give imto my Ciramlsoiis, Snlomnn Wliitniau il' Edward Whitman, all 
my right in t'lt' monthly library of hooks in Farmiiigton, to tliem & their 
heirs forever. 

I hereby eon-titute my Son, Ehiidhan Whitman, and my Grandson, Wil- 
liam Wliitman, to be tlie sole Exeentors of this 2ny last AVill & testament, 
liereb}' declaring tins 6: no other to bo my last Will <Sc tesament, in conHrma- 
tion whereof I have hereunto set my name iV seal, day & date above written. 

SoLOMOX Whitmax. [Seal.] 

Signed, sealed, jironounccd and declared by s' Solomon Wliitman to be 
his last Will & testament, in presence of 

Reitbex L. Noktox, Erastus Hakt, Ceee Wp'.stox. 

Approved by tlie Judge of Probate, Oct. 6th, 1803. 



During the A.merican Revolution, an American craft or privateer sailed 
up the Bay of Fundy into Minas Basin seeking whom she might devour, 
when Capt. William Bishop got together hastily a cresv of men in a few 
hours, and put out to give fight to the enemy ; his vessel was fault.y, crew 
undisciplined, and tliey were capt^irecl by the privateer and placed in irons 
in the hold. Capt. William succeeded in getting out of his irons and releasing 
his men ; he then conceived the idea of capturing the crew of the privateer, 
being physically a. giant in strength ; lie went on deck, followed by his crew 
armed with whatever they could get, whereupon C'apt. William grappled 
with the guard, fell down on the ileck liohling tlie man over him, and when 
the crew of the vessel tried to b.iyonet him he would shield himself with the 
guard, whom he would move from side to side, and tliereby protect himself 
from their murderous assaults ; the struggle was short ; the crew of the 
privateer being taken completely by surprise were soon captives, and Capt. 
Bisliop and his crew had control, shortly, of the vessel, which they brought 
into port near where Wolfville. N. S., now is, and the sword worn by liim 
on that occasion is now in the family. (See next page, lOoG.) 



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1002 THE DESCENDANTS OF 

EXTRACTS FROM ENGLISH WILLS. 
Archrl. of Bucks (154G-50), folio I4I. 

Henry Whitmau (.f tlie Lye, 10 Jan., 1549. proved 3 May, 154!). To ho 
bin-iod in the churcli yard of St. John the Baptist of t}ie Lye. To the hi-li 
altar there. To tlie church of Lincohi. To son Wiliiaui my'copy]iold called 
Peptaye. To son Thomas a tenement of freehold and all "my free lands in 
the parish of Abbury. If one of tliem die without issue then the other to 
have and enjoy the lands of him deceased, and so each to be the other's heir. 

To dau. Agnes 4 marks sterling payable out of my lands in Albury. To 
dau. Elnore four marks (as above). To son William four marks (as above). 
To son Thomas four marks (as above). To son Harry four marks (as above)! 
To dau. Alice 4 marks (as above); To dau. Mary 4 marks (as above). To son 
Edward four marks (as above)— payable in the following order, viz : Agnes. 
Einore, William, Tho\ & so forth, every one as they be rehearsed in my will. 

Tluv Axtell, my wife's In-otlier. to receive tlie money & to pay the same to 
every one of them. 

To wife Alice my indenture hold in the parish of the Lye, term of her life. 
After her death then Edward my son to Iiave &c. the cottage with the close 
that Edward Payne dwelleth in & also the crofts and closes that are called 
Edward's by name. To son Harry, after decease of wife Alice, the residue 
of my iiidenture hold which Jolm Lenev? now has & occupies. To dau. 
Cecily half a quarter of wheat. Wife Alice to be executrix & her bro: Tho' 
Axtell, sujierv. 

Archd. of Bucks {156S-7J), fo. 170. 
Henry AVhitman of Lee alias Lea, in the Co. of Bucks Taylor, 8 Marcli. 
1569, pro. 30 May, 1570. To be buried in the church yard. To brother 

William W. twenty shillings. To sister Cicelie F twenty shillings. To 

sister Agnes Stronge twenty shillings. To sister Eluor Cart'er tweutv shil- 
lings. To sister Mary Whitmau £3 6 8d. (& other things). To sister Joane 
Cybbins £3 G 8d. To brother Jolm Gibbins £3 6 8d. My father in law. W' 
Gibbens. To Alice Russell 20/. To Joane Russell £20/. To mv god-dau. 
Ehz^h Whitman, dau. of Tho^ W. 20/. The residue to my brother. Tlur 
Whitman, whom I make executor. My father in law, W'" Gibbens, overseer. 



Archd. of Bucks {1603-4), folio 33. 

Tho^ Whitmau of the parish of Lee alias Leye, Co. Bucks, yeoman, 8 
March, 1G02, pro. 2 Aug., 1603. 

Im})rimis my will &; true meaning is that Ellen my now espou-ed wife 
shall have my house which I bought of Davison, & all the land adjoining 
wherein one Geo. Strange now dvrelletli, the woods and underwoods only 
excepted, for & during her natural life. To Lsackc Aldridge, the eldest son 
of Matthew A. & to his heirs for ever, paying out of it yearly for ever 10 the 
collectors of the poor of Wendover 20/, all my lands being & lying at AVeu- 
dover Deane within the parish of AV^endover, the proiit & profits of w land 
my will is that the four daus. of :\Iatthew Aldridge shall have it equally 
between them until the foresaid Isacke come to the age of 21 years. To 
Ellen, my wife, those two cows w=" she brought & one bullock & \he eldest 
colt & the third part of my sheep & lambs & two sows & all the poultry 
(also a lot of household goods). To Edward Whitman, my brother, tliree 
pounds of money (&c. &c.) To servant Joane. To Agnes Stronge. To the 
poor of the parish of Lee. To (he church of Lee. RV-,idue to chHdren of 



JOHN WHITMAN OF WEYMOUTH. 10G3 

Matthew Aldridge. Richurd Whitinau to be sole executor, William Aldridge 
& Steven StroDge, supervisors. 

Wit: Edw. Still, Steveu Stronge, Robert Axtell. 

Archd. of Bucks (1G07). Filed Wills No. 13?. 
EUeu Wlutman of the Lee, Bucks, widoAv, 24 April, 1G06, proved 14 April, 
1607. Ellen Darvall, dau. of Geo. Darvall. Eliz"^ Hill, Tho^ Hill, Robert 
Hill, Michael Weast, son of Miclmel Weste. Rebecca Hill, W'" Darvall, Geo. 
Darvall, Edward Darvall, son of Edward Darvall. Rose Darvall, Isaac 
Darvall, Hugh Darvall. Prudence Darvall. An Aldridge, Richard Aldridge. 
The Bis children of my son in law Whitman. Eliz"' Thacher. Matthew 
Aldridge, sou of Matthew Aldridge. Jane Iliggins. John Jlil], Eliz: Hill & 
Jane Hill. John Hill, executor. Friends Richard Whitman &, Stephen 
Strong, oversears. Steven Stronge, a witness. 



Archdeaconry of Hunts {Hitchcu Ecg.), 99. Herts Wills, lGO'j-23. 
Edward WHntman of Albury Herts, husViajidman. "Will dated 29 Nov., 
1614. Younger son, Edward Whitman, my lauds where I now dwell 
anciently called Burdes ? Bridget my wife. 



P. C. C. Parl-er U. 
Will of Tho' Taylor of Hunts Green. Gt. Missenden, Bucks, yeo. 28 Feb. 
(1620), 18 Jas. 1. Brother Rich-' AVhitman. My Six Daughters, Joane, 
He.ster, Mar}', Dorcas, Jane. 



Lipscombe's Hist, of Buclcinghamshirc. Ayleshury Hundred. Vol. 2, 

Page 4"/'^. 
In 1590 the Queen Elizabeth on petition of Edmund Dyer, Esq., granted to 
W"" Tipper, Esq., and Robert Daw of LoikIou, Gent., with other land four 
acres Arable lands in occupation of Thomas Whitman late belonging to tlie 
Monastery of Missenden, &c. &c. 



Lee. Vol. 3, Page 356. 
A small hamlet between Great Missenden & Weston Turvill. At the Dis- 
solution King Hen. 8 made a grant of the lands belonging to Missenden 
Abbey. King Edw. G in exchange for lands granted 15 Henry 8 by letters 
patent to Richard Jeruyngham, knt. and Anne, wife of John Russell, kt., 
late belonging to Edward, Duke of Buckingham, attainted for high treason 
and for 100 marks paid the Lordship and Manors of Leye or Ley, late part of 
the possessions of the Monastery of Missenden with Messuages in occupation 
of Henry Wliitman and others, &c. &c. 



Sharps' Gazetteer. 
Lee Aylesbury Hundred, Mid. Bucks, .5 miles N. W. of Amersham, 26 
acres, 500 Common. Pop. 142. Poor rates .€U0. 
Parish Register Lee Bucks commences 1679. 



Albury records lost prior to 1693. 

There may be transcripts of Lee Register previous to 16S9 at Aylesbury. 



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INDEX F IB ST 



Descendants of John AViiitman bearing the "Whiiman name. 



No. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


No. 


NaD]e. 


6932. 


Abbej-^ 


9096. 


Abigail Anu' 


140SG. 


All.>ert Ff.-nno' 


8154. 


Abbie- 


5147. 


Abigail Barrel]' 


5992. 


Albert Franklin* 


14746. 


AbViie Alicf^ 


806. 


Abigail Kiiboni' 


6749. 


Albert IL^' 


1345G. 


Abbie Lucinda' 


SO 7. 


Abieail Kilborn" 


14557. 


Albert L." 


3511. 


Abbie M.- 


]46tjr). 


Abigail M.- 


14620. 


Alberr L.^ 


4254. 


Abbie ilargaret" 


2631. 


Abigail Russell^ 


13319. 


Al'oert L.^ 


6241. 


Abbie Maria- 


13188. 


Abigail \'\'ood- 


14072. 


Aii-ert Powell" 


5099. 


Al-.by- 


513. 


Abraham' 


14836. 


Albert Russ' 


4268. 


Abbv Pratt" 


9S73. 


Abraham'' 


4418. 


Ail;iert Snow" 


3923. 


Abei^' 


124.35. 


Aluraliam X.'' 


6054. 


Albert William' 


7033. 


Abel'' 


2499. 


Abram^ 


60G4. 


Alberi William' 


7035. 


Aber 


5GG8. 


Aclisah" 


7229. 


Alberta Mary'^ 


7036. 


Abe!^ 


12157. 


Ada- 


14596. 


AH.-'iou Keith Paris* 


14937. 


Abel Cvrus Thotuas' 


5894. 


Ada liabel- 


14601. 


Aldana Crocker' 


5. 


Abiah:' 


15028. 


Ada Lee" 


5811. 


Aldeii'- 


• 73. 


Abiah^ 


7024. 


Adaline" 


4891. 


A Idea' 


323. 


Abiah-* 


7139. 


Adaliue Or-iilla" 


5739. 


Alden" 


335. 


Abiah' 


14599. 


Addio A." 


5886. 


Alden' 


lS7a.Abioail-^ 


3861. 


Addie L.-' 


5990. 


AMeu' 


214. 


Abigail-* 


13467. 


Addie L '' 


14988. 


Alden Chase' 


251. 


Abigail-* 


5SS4. 


Addie Louisa' 


2102. 


Alden Robinsou^ 


339. 


Abigail^ 


2752. 


Addi.?on Roscoe^ 


4930. 


Alexander B.' 


331. 


AbigaiP 


7 038. 


.A.delbert^ 


9025. 


Alexander Collin'* 


389. 


Abigail' 


12096. 


Adelbert" 


4198. 


Alfred" 


393. 


Abigail' 


9911. 


Adelina' 


104S5. 


Alfred'^ 


426. 


Abigail' 


11873. 


Adeliza Snow" 


104P5. 


Alfred" 


434a.A bigai] 




11940. 


Adella Stokes' 


4205. 


Alfred' 


454. 


Abigail 




12019. 


Adolphus Freeman" 


89S7. 


Alfred' 


476. 


Abigail 


^ 


9107. 


Adoniram J.- 


10422a 


.Alfred* 


549. 


Abigail 


, 


14S72. 


Adrianua" 


12014. 


Alfred' 


2906. 


Abigail 




10099c 


.Agues'' 


13371. 


Alfred' 


4288. 


Abierail 




9031. 


Agnes Amelia' 


5916. 


Alfred Anderson" 


5110. 


Abigail 




14945. 


Agues Belle- 


1049S. 


Alfred Andrews* 


6151. 


Abigail 




3479. 


xllausnir 


9157. 


Alfred David' 


8168. 


Abigail 




14593. 


Alau.son 'Mellen'' 


4209. 


Alfred Edmund^ 


12849. 


Abigail 




14583. 


Alan.'^ou Mell<.-n' 


1201S. 


Alfred Freeman-' 


14608. 


Abigail 




5450. 


Alba Almou' 


4213. 


Alfred Russell" 


1119. 


Abigail 




12437. 


Albert' 


9685. 


Alfred S.- 


3911. 


.•Abigail" 


5583. 


Albert E.^ 


9160. 


Alfred Tennvsoii'^ 


14696. 


Abigail 


14065. 


Albert Krametf 


5918. 


Alfred Walter' 


2111. 


Abigail 


Aiden* 


8963. 


Albert Erne^l ' 


5901. 


Alfred Wood' 



/d6' 



ioe.6 



WHITMAN GENEALOGY. 



No. 

3930. 

2137. 

3724. 

7040a 

8949. 

5451. 
14933. 
1337t5. 
13378. 
13374. 

3927a, 
1459S. 
14834. 

5562b 
13445. 

7111. 

50S3. 

4G32. 

C919. 

5169. 
11938. 
14027. 

2073. 

2619. 

5461. 

2099. 

2628. 

4628. 
11854. 
11936. 

2743. 
14957. 

7500. 

5550. 

58.09. 

f.483. 

6021. 
14740. 
13182. 

2759. 

5987. 

5920. 

3725. 

6229. 
•3721. 

3789. 

9G35a. 
14095. 

5482. 

6217. 
14558. 
13900. 

4354. 

7537. 
11864, 

9879. 

9G6]. 

3492. 
14445. 

5157. 

4134. 

5454. 

9204. 



N.ime. 
Alice' 
Alices 
Alice"* 
Alice'' 
Alice-' 

Alice Amelia'* 
Alice Ann' 
Alice C" 
Alice C.^ 
Alice 0." 
Alice C.^ 
Alice Clarissa- 
Alice Elviua' 
Alice L.- 
Alice liUcy" 
Alice M.^ 
Alice Marj- 
Alice Newton'-' 
Alice Parker- 
Alice S.^ 
Alice Stanley- 
Alister Forbes- 
Alix Florence- 
Allen'' 
Allen- 
Allen C." 
Allen PJarle' 
Allen Fiancis^ 
Allen Jcnuie' 
Allister H.^ 
Aluia May'^ 
Almaron- 
Almeda" 
Almira'' 
Almira' 

Almira Jeanette- 
Almou'' 
Alrnou' 
Almon Moses" 
Aloiizo' 

Alonzo Garceloii- 
Alouzo Tinkbatn' 
Alphonso" 
Alphonso" 
Alpbonso^ 
Alphonso L. - 
Alphonso Lonupc' 
Alston Leslie-' 
Alvadora' 
AlvaL' 
Alvaretta'' 
Alveruon De Roy' 
Alvin'' 
Alvira- 
Alvira .lane' 
Alv.-ild.i- 

Amasa Sauuders- 
Anibrose L.^ 
Amelia'' 
Anjelia- 
Amelia Curtis- 
Amelia Dorinan- 
Ainelia Jane- 
Amelia J)idson- 



No. 

4201. 

5902. 
355. 

2736. 

2712. 

9C4G. 

273S. 

3772. 
14098. 
15026. 

3790. 
14S14. 

4868. 

977. 

14550. 

261. 

12066. 

2075. 
11010. 
12097. 
10131. 
11875. 

2721. 

4605. 

716:-.. 

9021. 

5447. 

7615. 

4474. 
12129. 
11978. 

4617. 

4630. 

7590. 
311. 
524. 
541. 

7686. 

9202. 
13373. 

5564. 

4621. 
13297. 

39291. 
13281. 

2783. 

2761. 
774. 

9032. 

2G05. 
10144. 

9471. 
12017. 
14113. 
10443. 
14672. 

50S5. 
14929. 

9664. 

9584. 

918V. 

9416. 

37 10. 

2673. 



Amelia P.ussell- 
Amelia Wood^ 
Amos'' 
Amos'' 
Amos' 
Amos'' 

Amos AUen- 
Amos Turner"' 
Andrew Hearne- 
An(lrt-.\- .Tack son'' 
Andrus ^Yaters- 
Angela'' 

Angelia Aklrich- 
Aneeliua'' 
Angeliuc D.'' 
Ann' 
Ann'' 
Ann- 
Ann- 
Ann^ 

Ann Amelia' 
Ann Augusta' 
Ann Bailey^ 
Ann Eliza^ 
Ann Eliza- 
Ann j-^liza- 
Ann P'.liza'' 
Ann Faruam- 
Ann Judson- 
AuD .Maria' 
Ann Perley^ 
Ann Phillips' 
Ann Phillips- 
Ann Sophia' 
Anna-' 
Anna"' 
Anna'' 
Anna'' 
Anna A.- 
Anna E.'' 
Anna F.' 
Anna Gertrude^ 
Anna Jo5ephine'-' 
Anna L.'-' 
Anna Maria- 
Anna Washburn'' 
Anua Washburn' 
Anne Thomas"" 
Annetta J.- 
Annette Keed''' 
Annie" 
Annie' 

Annie Borden'' 
Annie Dave^ 
Annie Edith-" 
Annie Edward.s- 
Annie Elizabeth* 
Annie Estella' 
Annie G." 
Annie GJertrude-' 
Annie Laui'ie- 
Annie Lowe'' 
Annie .Maretta"' 
.\nDio Sophia^ 



No. Name. 

2 7. 'lie. Annie Washbunr' 

14548. Anson C 

14541. Arabella A,' 

14757. Arabella Holmes' 
9010. Archie Fieeman^ 
9677. Ardehis Ornan^' 

14518. Armina'' 

15001. Armina' 

14506. Arndna' 
37 28a.Armitatre"^ 

10415b.Arnrild'' 

12444. Artlu-.r' 
4614. Arthur Barstow^ 

11936a. Arthur Dudley'-' 
5991. Arthur Dwiehf' 
5924. Arthur Edward- 
4297. Arthur Fairfield^ 

12168. Arthur Handheld"- 

10088. Arthur Harlan'^ 
9^0C. Arthur Harvey'-' 
8983. Arthur How3.rd-' 
3872. Arthur J.' 

10411. Arthur McGregor-' 
6007. Arthur S.^ 
37 95. Arthur Train' 
8933. Arthur Wiilard- 

14572, Arsesta Aver' 
6706. Arvilla V.^ 

14731. Ary :>[.-' 
388. Asa^ 

2370. Asa" 
2707. Asa'' 

5050. Asa^' 
10202. Asa'^ 

2371. Asa' 
6870. Asa' 
9G26. Asa' 
5057. Asa- 

9643. Asa Milledge* 
9014. Asa Minta- 

5051. Asa Th'oraas' 
2679. Asa Washburn- 
9926. Asahel' 

8976. Asahel- 

9916. Asahel^ 

9215. Asaph'' 

9173. Asaph' 

9133. Asaph" 

8953. Asaph'-' 

6675. Asenath' 

9502. Athahah' 

8973. Atwood'-' 
10274. Aubrey A. 

9877. Augusta- 

9548. Ancrusta M.- 
12061. Ausru.sta Mack"" 

3026. Augu.stus' 

5155. .Augustus' 
14110. Augustus Cilley- 
11969. Augustus FrederioK' 
11981. Augustus Frederick^ 
14928. Augustus Melvin'' 

3756. Augustus KoyaP 

2656. Augustus Sweetser'' 



DESCEXPAXTS OF JOHN WUITM.IN. 



10G7 



No. 


XiilUe. 


No. 


7547. 


Austiii" 


6929. 


14509. 


Austiu' 


12U65. 


14S53. 


Austin Elhanan' 


1121. 


11S53. 


Avard i:.' 


6656. 


13370. 


Bnaeroft" 


70r;4. 


11850. 


BurckttB. Freeman' 


7186. 


2787. 


Barza'' 


7137. 


2745. 


Barza' 


2734. 


5737. 


Barzillai'^ 


540a. 


4196 


Bathshoba" 


270S. 


2095. 


Bath.she'oa" 


6935. 


7237. 


Bayard' 


3925. 


7056. 


Bela' 


6242. 


3SI2. 


Belle Cook' 


14724. 


102.80. 


Benaiah L.' 


4105. 


209. 


Benjamin-' 


11944. 


338. 


Beujamiu=^ 


13299. 


362. 


Benjamin^ 


4107. 


776. 


Benjamin" 


4103. 


2476. 


Benjamin'^ 


9421. 


864. 


Benjamin^ 


14626 


9413. 


Benjamin' 


2753d. 


131S7. 


Beiijarain' 


91 S9. 


9692. 


Benjamin" 


9921. 


6910. 


Benjamin Franklin' 


6S60. 


3761. 


Benjamin Franklin" 


3855. 


6912. 


Benjamin Franklin" 


872. 


S65. 


Benjamin Gardner" 


546. 


42. S9. 


Bernard"^ 


4500. 


4292. 


Bernard' 


2158. 


4295. 


Bernard" 


392 Sn 


4225. 


Bernard" 


13260. 


4290. 


Bernard Cro-by' 


2155. 


3744. 


Berrell William" 


MS'jO. 


7000. 


Bert H.^ 


9011. 


103S. 


-Bertha- 


747. 


8942. 


Bertha" 


9095. 


9908. 


Bertlja .-Mice- 


12103. 


14S12. 


Bertha E." 


12445. 


1023. 


Bertha Florence" 


691. 


8990. 


Bertha L.' 


694. 


9179. 


Bertha May' 


9699. 


7040t 


.Bertha May'' 


10092. 


764. 


Bertha Morse'-' 


5154. 


14670. 


Bertha Parker" 


8980. 


9026. 


Bertice Neily" 


S03. 


3866. 


Bertie'-' 


802a. 


14719. 


Bertie G " 


70G3d. 


14650. 


Bertrand Montelle" 


7181. 


10423. 


Be?sie" 


392Sp. 


2100. 


Bffsie'-' 


447 7. 


9125. 


Besr^ie'J 


6918. 


89S1. 


Bessie C':'rdelia' 


4131. 


14671. 


Bessie Pale" 


54S5. 


14732a 


.Bessie E." 


14640. 


2670. 


Bessie Maud' 


1I.S53. 


9009. 


Bessie Rebecca" 


5^S7. 


4592. 


Bethuel'^ 


9013. 


2022. 


Betsey'' 


13327. 


2999. 


Betsev'' 


3S59. 


564S. 


Betsey-* 


390 4. 


6037. 


Betsey'' 


>; ti ij . 


6150. 


Betsey'' 


9441. 


C915. 


Betsey'' 


534. 



Same. 
Betsey" 
Betsey'* 
Betsey'' 
Betsey^ 
Betser'' 
Bet.sey' 
Betsey Ann' 
Betsey Staples- 
.Bottv'' 
BettV" 
BettV-* 
Eeza" ^ 

Birchard Lyle" 
Birdie G.- 
Blanche ' 
Blanche A." 
Blanche Gertrude'' 
Bryant Freeman" 
Bryant U'.'-' 
Burii-^e S.^ 
Burton A." 
IBurtoa Herbert^'-' 
Byard Payson" 
Byron -^ 
Caleb' 
Caleb F." 
Caleb Strong'^ 
CalTin"" 
Calvin'"' 
Calvin' 

.Calvin Prentiss" 
Calvin Piichardson' 
Calvin Snow" 
Calvin Winchester" 
Carmen S.- 
Caroline' 
Caroline' 
Ca.'-oline' 
Caroline'' 
Caroline' 
Ca.roline' 
Caroline" 
Caroline A." 
Caroline Flayden'^ 
Caroline Louisa" 
Carfline Winchell" 
.Caroline Winchell' 
i.Cai'rie" 
Carrie" 
'.Carrie A.'' 
Carrie Annie'' 
Crirrie B." 
Carrie Burr' 
Carrie D." 
Carrie E." 
Carrie F..' 
Carrie Louise" 
Carrie May'-' 
Carrie S " 
Carrie S.-' 
Carn.ll E." 
Cassandra'' 
Cassie'-' 
Catharine^ 



Xo. 

4195. 

5287. 

7636. 
13(178. 

4178. 

4286. 

4301. 
13008. 
12144a 

7 23 J. 

5561. 

964 2. 
14109. 

2704. 

2613. 

2661. 

3659. 

2595. 

1131. 
14600. 

4234. 
445. 

0951. 
306. 
540. 

5266. 

8829. 
10133. 
14425. 

7063. 
12866. 
14440. 

5917. 

9116. 
10178. 
10417a 
119114. 
12163. 
14443. 

3865. 

9460. 

9472. 

9657. 
14823. 

7682. 

7683. 

8996. 

9117. 

2094. 

5417. 

5923. 
13448. 

2756. 

7545. 
10105. 
10422. 

9213a. 

3799. 

9478. 
13446. 

4462. 

2627. 

2623. 

2655. 



N.iiue. 
Catharine"* 
Ca;tharine'' 
Catharine"* 
Catharine"* 
Catharine' 
Catharine'' 
Catharine" 
Catharine'^ 
.Catharine" « 

Catharine A.-' 
Catharine Harteau 
Catharine Mahaia- 
Ceoii Daniel' 
Celia'' 
Celia" 
Celia" 

Celia Bradford" 
Celia Fobes" 
Celia Mitchell" 
Chandler A.' 
Clianning Wood* 
Charitv^" 
Charity"* 
Charles-' 
Charles' 
CharlfS'* 
Charles'' 
Charles'- 
Charles"' 
Char'es' 
Charles' 
Charles'' 
Charles- 
Charles" 
Charles" 
Charles" 
Charles" 
Charles" 
Charles" 
Charles' 
Charles" 
Charles'' 
Charles A." 
Charles A.' 



Charles Addison* 
Charles Addison" 
Charles Albert" 
Charles Alfred" 
Charles Allen" 
Charles Alpheus" 
Charles Alphonso" 
Charles Arnold'-' 
Charles Auufustus'^ 
Charles Austin" 
Charles li." 
Charles Bailey' 
Charles Bancroft' 
Charles Barrell" 
Charles Benj.miin' 
Charles Brcoks" 
Charles Burnham" 
Chark-s Chase' 
Charles Cushing" 
Charles Davis'' 



IOCS 


WHIT-MAN GEXEALOGY. 






No. 


Nrtme. 


No. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


14026. 


Charles I)ebo7.C'' 


5S91. 


Chariot [y Anna" 


9473. 


Cora'' 


13317. 


Charles E.' 


133':!1. 


Charlotte I'.rcoks'' 


5913. 


Cora Ann Laura Ma} 


4412. 


Charles Edward' 


13322. 


Ch.arlotte C^ 


6008. 


Cora E." 


4S9S. 


Charl'.-s ICustis' 


1025G. 


Charlotte Isabella" 


3902. 


Cora E.'-' 


4839. 


Cliarles F." 


14J47. 


Charlotte Maria'' 


4409. 


Cora L.-' 


14991. 


Charles Eo.-ter' 


14448. 


Charlotte Maria'' 


14'.) 99. 


Cora Lee- 


5907. 


Charles Frederic^ 


14833. 


Clinuueey" 


9192. 


Cora Lizzie" 


5977. 


Charles Frederick - 


14824. 


Chauneey C" 


9G76. 


Cora Lucretia'' 


14543. 


Charles H.' 


2GS4. 


Chester Curtis'' 


14826. 


Cora .May" 


55G9. 


Charles M.^ 


509S. 


Chester Lee" 


2C60. 


Cordelia" 


2612. 


Charles H.'' 


7163. 


Chester Morton-" 1 


26GS. 


Cordelia" 


4851. 


Charles H."^ 


7 lG4a.Chester Morton'-' 


2C65. 


Cordelia H.^ 


91G9. 


Charles lJaanib;il" 


7191. 


Chester Palmer" 


5400. 


Cordelia S.- 


2740. 


Charles Hay' 


459. 


Chloo^ 


6225. 


Coruelius Henry' 


4603. 


Charles Henry' 


6^6. 


Chloe'' 


6230. 


Cornelius Holland- 


5906. 


("harles Henry' 


3841. 


Chloe-' 


9172. 


Craft' ■ 


120G0. 


Chai'le? Henry" 


5700. 


Chloe'' 


10105b.Crofton F.'-' 


14617. 


Charles Henry' 


7G19. 


Chloe^ 


4291. 


Crosby Church- 


6913. 


Charles Henry - 


5973. 


Chloe Jant.- 


3924b.CusliinK' 


4478. 


Charles HeEi-y" 


23S5. 


Christi.-aia- 


9007. 


Cynthia Leighton* 


5435. 


Charles Henry" 


14339. 


Christopucr'' 


14744. 


Cyprian'' 


6227. 


Charles Henry'" 


10132. 


Christopher KiiobalP 


14752. 


Cyprian Decatur" 


7C49. 


Charles Hohnes" 


7616. 


Clara" 


895. 


Cyrus'' 


13318. 


Charles Irving'" 


8952. 


Clara- 


1019. 


Cyrus'' 


695. 


Charles Killborn' 


3762. 


Clara Anu^ 


1031. 


Cyrus Fraucis" 


9660. 


Charles L.- 


7063t 


.Clara B.^ 


1035. 


C^yrus Francis- 


10420a. Cliarles Lawreuce^ 


9883. 


Clara B.-' 


13574. 


Cyrus Wooster'' 


9S9S. 


Charles Leonard' 


9167. 


Clara Ethel'-* 


9018. 


Daisy G." 


7G17. 


Charles Lorin,;.'" 


4853. 


Clara F.« 


287. 


Damaris^ 


10420. 


Charles Lonis' 


3512. 


Clara L.^ 


374Sa 


.Dana Trask"^ 


7230. 


Charles M.^ 


6045. 


Clara Lianda'' 


259. 


Daniel'^ 


7063^ 


'.Charles Merton' 


14577. 


Clara M.* 


264. 


DanieH 


70C3<. 


.Charles Nelson" 


4277. 


Clara Maria" 


363. 


Daniel' 


MS70. 


Charles Otis- 


14G52 


Clarr. Y.' 


450. 


DanieP 


5978. 


Charles Phillips' 


10409. 


Clarence" 


505. 


Daniel-" 


3504. 


Charles Kichardsoa' 


14837. 


Clarence Arthur- 


528. 


Daniel-'" 


6276. 


Charles Eichardson' 


I4739;-5 


.Clarence B." 


1129. 


Daniel'' 


7233. 


Charles Rudolplius" 


3508. 


Clarence D.- 


4306. 


Daniel "^ 


6698. 


Charles S.^ 


14618. 


Clarence E.* 


5061. 


Daniel** 


7674. 


Charles Seymour'" 


1024. 


Clarence Herbert* 


6154. 


Daniel" 


5267. 


Charles Sidney^ 


3S69. 


Clarence L.'' 


6677. 


Daniel^ 


5270. 


Charles .Sidney^ 


5052. 


Clarence Mertou- 


6956. 


Daniel'* 


8951. 


Charles Spurgeon" 


UUIO. 


Clarence Morton" 


9105. 


Daniel'* 


9005. 


Charles Spurgeon^ 


1326L 


ClareuceRichurdsou" 


1391G. 


Daniel'* 


10494. 


Charles Spurr" 


5743. 


Clariiida" 


5074. 


Daniel- 


65G3. 


Ch.arle^ Steadinan' 


5172. 


Clarissa" 


6253. 


Dan iel" 


5903. 


Charles Stockbridge'' 


3920. 


Clarissa" 


9195. 


Daniel" 


4C10. 


Charles Sumner'' 


4422. 


Clarissa" 


435]a.Dauiel" 


4475. 


Charles Thomas' 


56C2. 


Clarissa' 


6215. 


Daniel Alvarado^ 


4615. 


Charles Turner'' 


7643. 


Clarissa Fitch"' 


9136. 


Daniel Burpee* 


7642. 


Charles W.' 


14595. 


Clarissa lUcord*' 


6756. 


Daniel Ezekiel^ 


14664. 


Charles W.- 


14.594. 


Clarissa Record- 


6703. 


Daniel F.'-' 


14738. 


Charles W.- 


5834. 


Clarissa Stockbridge'' 


4854. 


Daniel Franklin'-' 


3907. 


Charles W." 


48-17. 


Clarissa Strickland" 


1400G. 


Daniel Presley- 


60G7. 


Charlotte*' 


5131. 


Clark Rogers^ 


13974. 


Daniel R.- 


13080. 


Charlotte" 


5445 


Clark Ross'^ 


9203. 


Daniel Spurgeon' 


3490. 


Charlotte' 


1091a.Cia-udL:-' 


205. 


David' 


54S9. 


Charlotte' 


14941. 


Claude M." 


262. 


DavidJ 


7546 


Charlotte- 


1243S. 


Clemeut' 


446. 


David^ 


8135 


Charlotte- 


12099. 


Clemen f 


3851. 


David'* 


12023 


Charlotte- 


9GS7 


ClilTord .Montague^ 


6868 


David'* 


12007 


Charlotte" 


4479 


Clyde i-"drt in" 


6925 


David'* 


12093 


Charlotte'- 


55SI 


Cora" 


7087. 


David'* 


104S9 


Charlotte Agnes- 


1 9001 


Cora'-' 


11839 


David'' 





DESCE 


>n>.\x 


TS OF .JOHN WHITMAN 


10( 


No. 


Xame. 


No. 


N'riiue. 


No. 


Name. 


2523 


David' 


200. 


Ebenozor-' 


9878. 


Edward Freenuiu'' 


3354 


DavicF 


217. 


Ebenezer-' 


4296. 


Edward Hamilton" 


7095. 


David' 


342. 


P'benezer'' 


4804. 


Edward Leavitt'-' 


121-13 


Davicr 


345 


Ebene/or'' 


5976. 


l'>l\vard Lorenzo' 


9G90 


David-" 


424. 


Ebonezer^ 


3732. 


Edward M.- 


llSil. 


David- 


1105. 


Ehenczer'' 


10128. 


Edward 0." 


11917 


David'' 


5984. 


Ebenezer" 


4159. 


?]dward Fay.-^on' 


3S75. 


David" 


10432. 


Ebenezer"* 


13275. 


Edward Payson" 


9470. 


David^ 


13576 


Ebenezer'' 


7647. 


1-Alward Perkins' 


CS7C 


David A Id en'' 


6893. 


Ebonezer'' 


13977. 


Edward Pre.siey' 


27S5. 


David Allen' 


13313. 


P-benezer'^ 


9G4S. 


Edward K." 


2755 


David Alleir 


6892. 


Ebenezer Fisher'^ 


12170. 


Edward Spurr'' 


102S2. 


David K." 


9544. 


Plbcnezcr Riee^ 


13222. 


Edward Stearns^ 


2159. 


David Pineo- 


3759. 


Fdai* 


10127. 


Edward Tile.^ton' 


4455 


David Snow" 


14855. 


Ed^'.nr' 


14029b.Edward W. Buvce 


13967. 


David W.' 


6022. 


Ed::ar Almon- 


767. 


Edward Wiuslow' 


14092. 


Davis Ervin" 


2164. 


E'l^.ir C 


765. 


Edward Winslow'' 


14067. 


Dayton' 


5873. 


Kdgar Francis" 


4219. 


Edwin" 


2G5. 


Deborah^ 


7261. 


Edgar J." 


9917. 


Edwin" 


9S99. 


Deborah'' 


9498. 


Edith'-' 


14S96C 


. Edwin* 


3926r 


..Deborah- 


13224. 


Edithi'3 


4127. 


Edwin Clark' 


4876. 


Deborah Caniilli' 


14829. 


Edith E." 


4133. 


Edwin Dornnn^ 


3775. 


Deborah Liiicohi" 


G003r 


.Edith L.^ 


)4S96n 


.Edwin John' 


2372. 


Deborah Ho^'ard'' 


98S4. 


Ed;th L'" 


3750. 


Edwin Lev/is-' 


15034. 


Deborah Packard- 


4411. 


Edith M.' 


44S5. 


Edwin Milton' 


6957. 


Delavan' 


14S95. 


Edith Keineraber'' 


2750. 


Edwin Rnthvoa" 


7029. 


Delavan' 


13468. 


Edmund A." 


7286. 


Effie Dell" 


9022. 


Delbert Ain^iej" 


4217. 


Edmund Allen" 


675S. 


Efiie E.'-* 


5591. 


Delia- 


4200. 


Edmund Bnrkc' 


13279. 


Effie Evans-' 


3765. 


Delia Frances'-' 


4212. 


Edmund Burke' 


4410. 


Ellie M.-' 


102S5. 


Diadamy'* 


9177. 


Ediriund Morton' 


8984. 


Elbert Jadsou'* 


95S7. 


Diadamv'' 


10490. 


Edmund Pineo' 


14936. 


Elbridffe Davee- 


7025. 


Diantha* 


10189. 


Edr.)-jud Spiirr'' 


14564. 


Eldon R.-' 


9106. 


Diniock' 


8993. 


Edna G.^ 


72. 


Eleanor-' 


23G7. 


DoUv'' 


9168. 


Edna Grace'' 


337.' 


}']leauor^ 


13190. 


Dolly^ 


5268. 


Edna Rowena" . 


4S0. 


Eleanor' 


3676. 


Dora^ 


14854. 


Edson^ 


482. 


Eleanor' 


14591. 


Dora May^^ 


2604. 


Edson Fobes' 


8191. 


Eleanor' 


14097. 


Dora Pearl- 


2607. 


Edsou Herbert-' 


950J. 


Eleanor Amelia' 


14556. 


Dora Viola' 


14737. 


Edson L,' 


14031. 


Eleanor Chase" 


504. 


Dorcas' 


507. 


Edward^ 


10404. 


Eleanor E.-' 


537. 


Dorcas-^ 


520. 


Edward-" 


10501. 


Eleanor Esmond' 


12 J 84. 


Dorcas"* 


1550. 


Edward"^ 


10129. 


Eleanor Jane" 


131C1. 


Dorcas^ 


10074. 


Edward'' 


10503. 


Eleanor Spurr'' 


14700. 


Dorcas"^ 


13536. 


Edv/ard'' 


10405. 


Eleanor Spurr" 


6725. 


Dorcas" 


13569. 


Edward'* 


20S. 


Eleazer-* 


9414. 


Dorcas" 


13976. 


Edward'' 


386. 


Eleazer' 


10505. 


Dorinda'' 


7653. 


Edward' 


507 6. 


Eleazer'' 


10438. 


Dorinda Letitia" 


9900., 


Edward'' 


5093. 


Eleazer' 


10203. 


Dorothea*" 


10424. 


Edwurd'' 


5097. 


Eleazer'* 


250. 


Dorothy' 


12446. 


Edward' 


14839. 


Elhauan" 


430. 


Dorothy^ 


128G5. 


Edward- 


14935. 


Elhanan^ 


5109. 


Dorothy'' 


9124. 


Edward' 


10433. 


Eli" 


9803. 


Dorothy" 


802e 


Edward^" 


14679. 


Eli Barber' 


10135. 


Dorothy'' 


9127. 


Edward^ 


380. 


Eliab' 


5562a 


.Dou!.Tlass .James* 


5437. 


Edward Albce'^ 


2706. 


Eliab' 


9JJ6. 


Dndlev Beals"-' 


13570. 


Edward Brev.>?r' 


2550. 


Eliab' 


C904. 


Eben"" 


13377. 


Edward C." 


-1401. 


Eliab' 


10401. 


Eben Cutler" 


98S1. 


Edward Clarke' 


2GS3. 


Eliab=i 


10400. 


Eben Esmond* 


10402. 


E'lward Cutler' 


3804. 


Eliab Chnrchill- 


2629. 


Ebeu Francis' 


10283. 


lidward Danner" 


9545. 


Elias Beals" 


13312. 


Eben W." * 


3797. 


Edward Dixon" 


13221. 


Elias Beau" 


42. 


Ebenezer^ 


1400S. 


Edward Doak' 


3798. 


Elihab Studley' 


52. 


Ebenezcr^ 


14070. 


Edward Fenno^ 


420. 


Elijah^ 



1070 



WHITilAX rTEXEALC^y. 



Ko. 


Name. 


Xo. 


Name. 


No. 


5302. 


Elijah- 


4221. 


Elizabetli Parsoas'^ 


11971. 


5S07. 


Elijah' 


104353. Elizabeth Rice" 


9134. 


14096. 


Elijah Packard- 


5143. 


Elizabeth RusselP 


5380. 


6745. 


EIi~ha Jamos" 


3745. 


Elizabeth .^arah''' 


5307. 


S16i. 


Eliza- 


52S4. 


Elizabeth .'^mitli'' 


8170. 


6155. 


Eliza- 


5271. 


Elizabeth Smith' 


8171. 


72S2. 


Eiiza- 


696. 


Elizabeth \Viu,slow" 


14419. 


8I33! 


Eiiza- 


771. 


PJlizabeth Winslow^ 


9458. 


9(.-35. 


E'iza- 


7182. 


Ella^ 


6901. 


9774. 


Eliza" 


7257. 


Ella- 


5868. 


10107. 


Eliza- 


14946. 


Ella' 


10100. 


12172c 


.Eliz.-.- 


216S. 


Ella-' 


10437b 


9425. 


Eliza-- 


Pi59. 


Ella'' 


2647. 


102!]. 


Eliza Ahoy 


5053. 


Ella Albina^ 


14647. 


14951. 


E'.iz% Ana- 


3752. 


Ella E.'^ 


14725. 


14G60. 


El iza Ben«oD' 


14997'. 


Ella Err.nee.s' 


14 952. 


147 IG. 


Eliza E." 


796. 


Ella Gertrude^ 


3929k 


10427. 


Eiiza E.-^-iond- 


8954. 


Ella Louisa'* 


12872. 


14531. 


Eiiza F. ■ ^ 


2171. 


Ella Maria' 


13063a. 


8S30. 


ElLza G'jcidard' 


95Sft. 


EUa Maud^ 


12100. 


12S67. 


Eliza J.' 


3S05. 


Ella Vesta'' 


14442. 


14754. 


■Eliza Jane" 


9191. 


Ellen Aleua" 


13301. 


2590. 


Eliza Jane" 


5960. 


Ellen Camilla^ 


7063b. 


5S74& 


.Eliza Mox-Ts'" 


3769. 


Ellen Gary" 


3856. 


1324S. 


Eliza Parks'- 


6917. 


Ellen M.' 


13282. 


S76. 


Eliza .Seaver" 


75C5. 


Elie-a Mary" 


7030. 


7136. 


Eliza Violetta" 


14897. 


Ellen Melvina' 


14093. 


37. 


Eiizp.t-efn- 


13917. 


Ellen Phelps" 


14677. 


60. 


Elizabeth'* 


6043. 


Ellen Theresa' 


5111. 


65. 


Eliza i:eih^ 


8125. 


Ellen West- 


9486 


289. 


EiizaV^rh^ 


146S0. 


Elliot D."' 


12062. 


29S. 


Elizabeth^ 


14995. 


Ellis" 


375. 


360. 


Elizabeth^ 


5562. 


Ellis- 


387. 


370. 


Eiizah>eth- 


5890. 


Ellis Alden"' 


6044. 


456. 


Eliza"i.-eth'- 


4S52. 


Ellis H.i" 


6930. 


49S. 


Eiizabeth" 


9656. 


Elma Lausdowue^ 


5168. 


513. 


Eiizabeth-- 


9180. 


Elnia Mary' 


5972. 


4124. 


Elizabeth' 


5269. 


Elma MiiT= 


13244. 


5595. 


Elizabeth-" 


4840. 


Elma Ti/ 


13270. 


10377. 


Elizabeth-^ 


1502-?. 


Elmer Ellsworth" 


13571. 


12S73. 


Elizabeth"* 


2739. 


Elniira' 


3905. 


13470. 


P-'Iizabeih'- 


292. 


Elnathan-' 


3810. 


13906. 


Eiiza"oeth'> 


462. 


Eluathan-^' 


8979. 


14426. 


Eliza). eih^ 


510. 


Elnathan' 


4850. 


4164. 


Elizabeth- 


10-91. 


Elnathan-' 


14602. 


7551. 


Elizabeth- 


12442. 


Elnathan" 


9034. 


7612. 


Elizabeth^ 


14715. 


Elon Greeuli.-af'"^ 


9547. 


812S 


Elizabeth^ 


5539. 


Elsie- 


12020. 


14446. 


lilizabeth^ 


12183. 


Elsie- 


6006. 


5570. 


Elizabeth* 


5S83. 


Elsie Marian- 


6710. 


14111. 


Elizribeth AUen"^ 


14939. 


Elsie S.' 


145S9. 


14947. 


Elizabeth Auu" 


5505. 


Elsie Viola" 


10412a. 


13973. 


Eiizabeth B.' 


14629. 


Elvern E.- 


2166. 


42^3. 


Elizabeth Bernard- 


9475. 


Elrida-^ 


9203. 


14011. 


Elizabeth Carr- 


58S7. 


Emelia Wood^ 


14749. 


6746. 


Elizabeth Corsou'' 


81SS. 


Emeline'' 


10099a. 


4460. 


Elizabeth Curtis^ 


8149. 


Emeiine'' 


39 2 Sg. 


9479. 


Elizabeth Esther" 


2117. 


Emeliue- 


9122. 


4236. 


Ehza"oeth Hohnan" 


4415. 


Emeline" 


14741. 


12173. 


Elizabeth Lee- 


621 S. 


Emerson F.» 


6023. 


866. 


Elizabeth Lilllniru" i 


4123. 


Emily' 


12172a. 


4921. 


Elizabeth Maria-' | 


7641. 


Emily' 


3877. 


41 2S. 


Elizabeth Mason'* 1 


92 IS. 


Emily" 


6003. 


10087. 


Elizabeth Myrtle'^ i 


9140. 


Emily- 


14688. 



Name. 

Emily' 

Emily Adelia- 

Emily Estella- 

Emily Ester-' 

Emma'' 

Emma'' 

Emma'' 

Emma'-' 

Emma A.'' 

Ei.nnia Anielia- 

Erama C.^ 
J.Emma Charlotte'' 

Emma Curtis'-' 

I'hnma E.' 

Emma E.^ 

Emma Eldora" 
.I-imma F.' 

Emma F." 
.Emma J. E.-' 

Emma .Jane'' 

Emma Jane' 

Emrua Jane'-' 
.Emma JewelP 

fimma L.' 

Emma Maria- 

Emmelinc- 

Emmette Gordon" 

Emore S." 

Ernory'^^' 

Enoch Cokran" 

Enoch Steadman- 

Enos' 

I'iphraim' 

Efihraim' 

Ephraim'' 

Ephraim' 

Ephraim^ 

Ephraim- 

Ephraim Parks" 

Ephraim \A'ellington'- 

Eppy M.' 

Ericinah' 

Ermina L.*" 

Ernest' 

Ernest Albion- 
Ernest Leslie- 

Ernest R.^ 

Ernest Raymond'' 

Ernest W.- 
Ernest W." 

ErviniT Leslie"' 
.PisraoiKp 

Estelkr' 

Esther- 
Esther" 
.Esther" 
.Ethel-' 

Etl'.el Arvilla^ 

Etta Lucy^ 

Eugene" 
.Eugene'" 

Eugene-' 

Eugene N.^' 

Eugene Zephaiiiah' 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WHITMAN. 



1071 



N'o. 


Name. 


Ko. 


Nanie. 


No. 


Name. 


1-1021. 


Eugenia Anna" 


2G08. 


Florence Evelyn'' 


9121. 


Ere'l Cahoon- 


89G7. 


Eulilia" 


10491. 


Florence Loui-sa" 


11720. 


Fred. H." 


63. 


Eunice-' 


14940. 


Florence Mabel" 


13179. 


Fred Sanderson'^ 


294. 


Eunice-' 


10276. 


Florence Maud'-' 


4443a 


.Fred. Winthrop-' 


•fS 


Eunice-' 


13303. 


Florence May" 


7559. 


Frederick" 


53.-. 


?"unice" 


5441. 


Floyd Clatk'-* 


4362. 


Frederick" 


5179. 


Plunice'- 


5446. 


Floyd L.-' 


5571. 


Frederick'^ 


7650. 


Eunice' 


2107. 


Ford' 


9128. 


Frederii'k-' 


7751. 


Eunice'- 


7684. 


Frances A.'* 


9438. 


Frederick'-' 


4203. 


Eunice" 


2754a. Frances Ada** 


14628. 


Frederick A." 


96S8. 


Euphemia^ 


13579. 


Frances Adeline'' 


11676. 


Frederick Arthur'* 


14894. 


Eva' 


392Sb.Franccs Alice'-' 


12016. 


Frederick Augustus* 


7027. 


Eva^ 


9135. 


Frances Ann" 


140S6. 


Frederick lamest- 


6957. 


Eva« 


790. 


Frances Cornelia"* 


14G4S. 


Frederick Eugene^ 


9424. 


Eva=' 


9161. 


Frances E." 


9907. 


Frederick Harris'- 


8997. 


Eva Blanche' 


9578. 


Frances G." 


4860. 


Frederick L." 


5574. 


Eva Frances" 


768. 


Frances Gay' 


4253. 


Frederick Nathaniel*' 


9190. 


Eva Lalcalr 


4245. 


Frances Louisa'' 


2654. 


Frederick Orr'^ 


14091. 


Eva May- 


2671. 


Francina Pratt^ 


6899. 


Frederick W.» 


14597. 


Eva E.'" 


6705. 


Francina R." 


13305. 


Frederick William* 


G243. 


Evelina' 


290. 


Francis-* 


4441. 


Frederick ■\rinlhrop^ 


C23S. 


Evelina Augusta" 


7560. 


Francis'' 


4062. 


Freedom' 


11363. 


Everett Ross' 


13375. 


Francis B.* 


2614. 


Freedom" 


5610. 


Ezekiel'' 


4298. 


Francis Chase" 


2662. 


Freedom'' 


2G25. 


Ezekiel" 


12164. 


Francis Cutler" 


2GGG. 


Freedom Davis-' 


6923. 


Ezekiel Crieever'- 


14871. 


Francis l-^dgar'' 


687. 


Freelove'' 


304. 


Ezra" 


14875. 


Francis Edgar'' 


1045. 


Freelove'' 


UOO. 


Ezra" 


5242. 


Francis Henry'' 


1123. 


Freelove M." 


C03G. 


Ezra'- 


13274. 


Francis Henry" 


4061. 


Freeman'' 


4425. 


Ezra" 


5898. 


Francis Jerome'' 


4092. 


Freeman'' 


4473. 


Ezra" 


5:'79. 


Francis Laurence* 


9885. 


Freeman Judson' 


442S. 


Ezra Bailey" 


5885. 


Francis Munroe" 


12015. 


Freeman Tupper* 


4432. 


Ezra Bailey'' 


2678. 


Francis Pratt" 


14736. 


Fremont E." 


3764. 


Ezra Cary-' 


4429. 


Francis ShngUuI'-' 


10281. 


G. Grant- 


2603. 


Ezra Fobes" 


2083. 


Frank" 


3922. 


Galen- 


4299. 


Fales" 


9924. 


Frank"* 


5548. 


Georden" 


7007." 


Fannie' 


134 66. 


Frank'" 


8822. 


George" 


13297b.Fa!iDie Carlton^ 


14835. 


Frank" 


8823. 


George'^ 


145S0. 


Fannie E." 


13313a 


.Frank-' 


5742. 


George'' 


14330. 


Fannie M." 


4361. 


Frank A.^ 


7284. 


George' 


7566. 


Fanny" 


2084. 


Frank Allen'-' 


10425. 


George'' 


3491. 


Fanny- 


146C9. 


Frank Archer" 


13189. 


George'' 


14022. 


Fanny Madeline'' 


14625. 


Frank E.' 


4476. 


George" 


387S. 


Fanny Rebecca^ 


14590. 


Fraiik Edward" 


5589. 


George" 


96S1. 


Fidelity C.- 


14099. 


Frank I'^dwards" 


9875. 


George"* 


4121. 


Finney Andrevr" 


7121. 


Frank Ellsworth' 


9925. 


George"' 


4i21r 


.Finney Andrew" 


2620. 


Franlv Emerson" 


13320 


George' 


4101. 


Finney .Samuel" 


9158. 


Frank H.^ 


8127. 


George Abljott^ 


6236. 


Flavilla Ann" 


2163. 


Frank HalP 


8132. 


George Alibott* 


9896. 


Flora-' 


5059. 


Frank ITerl-.crt" 


5921. 


George Albert^ 


3602. 


Flora Ann" 


13304. 


Frank Howland'-' 


13185b.GeorKe Allen'^ 


S9S5. 


Flora Laleah'-' 


3766. 


Frank Luther' 


9138. 


George Arroslrong* 


4S63. 


Flora M.» 


3871. 


Frank M.^ 


11855. 


George Avard- 


5303. 


Flora Jliranda^ 


9651. 


Frank M.« 


9 640. 


George Avery' 


7230. 


Florence" 


14666. 


Frank Mellen'' 


7058. 


George B.'' 


6228. 


Florence" 


3748. 


Frank Melviu'' 


7120. 


George Barretf 


896C. 


Florence" 


13183. 


Frank Reed- 


7018. 


George Bronson'' 


5095. 


Florence Aueusta" 


7061. 


Frank S.'^ 


14G39. 


George C." 


7168. 


Horeace Bell-e" 


9201. 


Frank Seymour" 


14641. 


George C.- 


4481. 


Florence C.^ 


2082. 


Franklin" 


805. 


George Canning"* 


131 S5a. Florence Carpeoter' 


13065. 


Franklin- 


10172. 


George Craft' 


874. 


Florence E. Abbott* 


5460. 


Franklin I']." 


10179. 


George Craft^ 


867. 


Florence Estelle'' 


1185G. 


Franklin E." 


5436. 


George Du^stiu" 


2753a. Florence KtheH" 


802b Franklin Gardner" 


9205. 


George E. A.^ 



1072 



WH IT.MAN GENTEALOG Y 



Ko. Xair.f. 

5434. GcoriTC Echvard~ 

10090. George Ivlward" 
4223. Georu'e PMwin' 
1111. George Kluic-r^ 

14514. George Kmerson^ 
44S8a.Gcoro:e Ezra" 
2622. George Folsonr' 
7531. George P'rcil-jriok' 

14G75. George G." 

13330. George II. " 

885. George fk-nry' 
5S95. George Henry" 
4458. George Henrys 
5S9G. George Heury 

134G9. George HenrV 
4235. George Henry" 
4607. George HeurV" 
G905a.George llenry^ 
1028. Gcoree Herbert^ 
1124. George L.' 

14633. George Lincoln' 
1108. George Litile- 

13271. George Luther" 
3767. George Mellen* 
5439. George Milton'-' 
3S70. George X.' 
4244. Geortrc Xathraiiel' 
7180. Geort'e 0.^ 

14544. George P.- 

140'J5. Geortro Phillips' 

13180. George R.- 
4616. George Raymond" 
9583. George Ftice" 
21 04a. George Rogers^ 

14619. George S.'" 
8995. George Talmage' 
4604. George Turner" 
6903. George ''^.^ 
4405. George Waldren- 
1030. George Washington' 
4222a. George WasWngton' 
5585. George 'Washington' 

14718. George Washington' 

14S11. George Washington'^ 
9634. George Wesley" 
5927. Georee Whulield'' 

11942. George Whitfield" 
9176. George Willard' 
8824. George William' 
8S25. George William' 
3506. Cieorgiana" 
9213. Georgiana" 
5588. Georgianua' 

13451. Georgianua* 
6270. Georgiauua Delano' 
6753. Georgianna IL* 

14645. Georgie L.^ 

14693. Georgie N.'' 

12064. Georgina Tupper" 

14578. Gerald P." 

14990u.Geraldine Gertrude- 
4221. Gerard Franklin" 

14511. Gertie Ellen- 

12145. Gertie May* 



I Xu. Name. 

I 4104. Gertrude" 
I 70G2. Gertrude E." 
I 3509. Gertrude M." 
9905. Gertrude Prentiss^ 
10^99. Gcrtriiuo Spurr'^ 
2574. Gilbert' 
2591. Gilbert- 
145S4. Gilbert M.Lafayet;o' 
1457G. Gilman Austin' 
10n99b.Gordon^ 
0924. Grace"^ 
4694. Grace" 
9S97. Grace^ 
l.'iSOGa. (Trace' 
7231. Grace A.« 
6255. Grace Ann" 
5.''>58a. Grace Kmma" 
14637. Grace IsaViclla" 
10184. Grace L.'' 
9:;00. Grace Lisle'-' 
90-24. Grace Louisa^ 
14G73. Grace Mabel" 
14 74S. Grace Morton" 
6900. Grace R? 
I4G89. Granville'^ 

875. Greeley .Stevenson" 
14507. Grenriile" 
4408. Gustavus Freeman" 
5576. Gu}''-' 

9033. Halmiece Melziua" 
9214. Haudley' 
9019. Haudley Chipman" 
3S. Hannah- 
47. Hannah- 
199. Hannah-t 
2SS. Hannah-' 
347. Hannah^ 
377. Hannah* 
382. Hannah-'' 
438. Hannah' 
.4-14. Hannah-' 
497. Hannah^ 
506. Hannah' 
538. Hannah-' 
5035. Hannah'' 
6952. Hannah*' 
8748. Hannah'' 
8821. Hannah"^ 
12374. Hannah'' 
4317. Hannah' 
6802. Hannah'^ 
132C3. Hannah" 
3909. Hannah A.* 
58 IG. Hannah Aldeua' 
14889. Hannah Briggs'' 
14932. Hannah Briggs'' 
G761. Hannah Catliarine- 
845. ILmnah Eddy' 
13241). Hannah Emily* 
2154. Hannah Hudson* 
392!<u.HanDah J." 
6G99. Hannah J.'-' 
11945. Hamiah Maria' 
5G15. Hannah Mitchell^ 



No. 

5072. 

14904. 

4444. 

9894. 

4900. 

4436. 

2760 

10412. 

81G0. 

8180. 

14S76. 

2744. 

7169. 

7533. 

9207. 

5404. 

8131. 

9129. 

9902. 

9923. 
14444. 
12095. 

6009. 

7173. 

72G7. 

3S73. 

9130. 

5081. 

7212. 

9196. 

7157. 

3S79. 
12439. 

9652. 

1113. 

5079. 

9904. 
14809. 

5644. 

6216. 
14123. 

6223. 

3751, 

2754. 
14823. 

7032. 
12146. 

4440. 

7228. 

690Ga. 

S163. 

7112. 

2753b. 

5893. 

1112. 

4414. 

9440. 

5170. 

8148. 

1042Ga 

760. 

5088. 
13230. 

4216. 



Niinie. 
Hannah Porter' 
Planiiah Kenieinbor'" 
Haiuiah Snow'' 
Hannah Sophia" 
Hannah Tirrell' 
Hanu.ah Victorine" 
Harold Allen* 
Harold (Uuler^ 
Harold Stannard^ 
Harriet'' 
Harriet" 
Harriet' 
Harriet' 
Harriet' 
Harriet' 
Harriet" 
Harriel" 
Harriet" 
Harriet" 
Harriot^ 
Harriet- 
Harriet* 
Harriet A.' 
Harriet A.- 
Harriet A." 
Harriet A.^ 
Harriet Amanda" 
Harriet Davis^ 
Harriet ]';.■■ 
Harriet L." 
Harriet Louise'' 
Harriet M.^ 
Harriet Maria' 
Harriet Maud^ 
Harriet Mehitable* 
Harriet Pratt' 
Harris Prentiss'' 
Harrison'' 
Harrison" 

Harrison Alvarado* 
Harrison Carr' 
HaiTison Fortesque^ 
Harrison Gray Otis- 
Harrison Otis". 
Harrison SpolTord' 
Harr3" 

Harry Evelyn" 
Harry F.- 
Harry Randolph" 
Harry Wilraot" 
Hatti'f" 
Hattie B." 
Hattie Burton^" 
Hattie Eiiieliue' 
Hattie May" 
Helen" 

Helen Gertrude" 
Helen Hobart"* 
Helen Howard^ 
Helen Louisa" 
Helen Maria'' 
Helen Maria* 
Helen Maria' 
Helen Russell" 



No. Niiinc. 

]0400a.irciiilii(/k.-; Ilalletf 
14950. Henri. ■tfa" 

5308. [lounetta" 

[K>GO. Iifiiiictra" 
l-t9:!S. llonrietta i'.^ 

81 GO. Henry'' 

CSO-t. Heury' 

0530. Henry'' 
10501. Henry' 
i;i94]. Henrv- 

5572. Elenry^ 

('.905. Heury- 

94.H9. Heiirv- 
l-.'005. HenrV^ 

9437. ne:.ry'' 

9457. Hei.ry 
Hcurv 



Alt'rec^ 
AiiuaisUis" 
Henry .Aiiuustns'' 
Heury B." 
4132. Henry ]>. Sampson-'' 
460G. Henry Jlarkcr- 
25! 8. Henry Hales" 
13277. Heury iJertram-^ 
10426. Henrv Boice^ 
13449. Henry Brooks" 
8UG. Henrv Clark- 
2384. Henry Coljb' 

Heury Cuniniings'' 
Henry Cyriis"^ 
Heury l<;=mond~ 
Tlenry Farnam* 
Heury Franklin' 
Henry (Jilbert^ 
Heury r;iil)ert-^ 
3929. Henry Grcen' 
4880. Henrr Hildrelh'-' 
1127. Henrv Holmes" 
3730. Henrv ilvde'' 
2611. Heury I.-' 

Henry Jones* 
Henry L.^ 
Heury Luther^ 
441 5a. Henrv LutliL-r'-' 
8124. Henry L\rnan' 
8129. Henry Lyuiau'' 
5996. Henry Mariyn" 
871. Henry Maurice Lislo' 
793. Henrv ManriceLisle^ 
4233. Henry Me iili- 
5349. Henry Nelson'' 
5358b. Heury Nel.son"' 
4224. Heury Xelsou" 
Henry Xel.son^" 
Henry Pirlle'-' 
1037. Henry .'-^anborn' 
9015. Henry Shaw" 
3929o.Heuiy Stearns^ 
4 CO 8. Henry Tlionias'-* 
Henry Wil.^ou'' 
Henrv AVinter' 
Herbert A.'' 
Horb-.Mt Addison* 
Herbert Ain.-ley' 
13229. Herbert Auf,'U5tus'-' 
68 



7530. 
4849. 
7059 



4232. 
14944. 
10492. 

7610. 

8156. 

5S79. 

5874. 



3803. 

4400. 
4413 



3727. 
4215. 



4987. 
13575. 
4850. 
2753. 
9023. 



s HANTS OF -JOIIX AVHIT:JAN 


IC 


No. 


Xamc. 


No. 


N'jiine. 


48 .SI 


Herbert IJradt'ord'' 


5998 


Isaac" 


7 Co 2 


Herbert Clyde-' 


8926 


Isaac" 


9188 


Herberi (^uV 


12128 


Isaac" 


9G19 


Herbrrt L."' 


G004 


Isaac' 


1-1.1 5 9 


Herbert Mauley' 


GG73 


Isaac' 


4899 


Herbert Mayo' 


(;92. 


Isaac- 


4G20 


Herbert Scth'' 


4858. 


Isaac" 


3Si'8 


Herlierl Suidlev" 


8945 


Isaac" 


4019 


Herbert Tabor^ 


9436 


Isaac" 


96N0 


Hornion .Mtou'-' 


1 2 1 44. 


Isaac" 


11. '!0. 


Hiram' 


2097. 


Isaac .-Mien" 


4351. 


Hiram' 


6224. 


Isaac .-Miihonso" 


5171. 


Ibiiiart Aui;u<liis"~ 


9N2. 


Isaac Clayton* 


M07(;. 


Hollis" 


6234 


Isaac Gleason^ 


14055. 


Hollis Robert- 


1021. 


Isaac Heutv" 


52>5. 


Hoiio Doan'' 


103G. 


Isaac Henry' 


1 1H75. 


Horaee" 


4222. 


Isaac Henrv" 


•j755. 


Horace A.^' 


10272. 


Isaac .1.' 


3791. 


Horace Barb 


4220. 


Isaac Farsons' 


3.S|)9. 


Horace €■ and" 


2o9('.. 


Isaac Snow" 


14018. 


Horace ' .rd" 


690. 


Isaac Winslow'' 


443 1. 


Horace 


101 S3. 


Isabel' 


4838. 


Horatio i rankliu- 


7122; 


.Isabel May" 


4150. 


Horatio Williams" 


3813. 


Isab'Cl I'riuce" 


4256. 


Hosea'' 


5870. 


l.-^abel Sarah" 


6235. 


Ho.?ea Ballon" 


5586. 


Isabella" 


1 1 859. 


Howard E.-' 


1033. 


Isabella Bailey' 


liin.^-;. 


Hu'jli Buchanau' 


770. 


Isabella Thom'as* 


COOCa 


.Hu-ii E '' 


4361. 


Isabelle" 


3510. 


Hu-h It.^ 


794. 


Isadore Frances' 


2258. 


HuidaiT^ 


367. 


Isaiah"' 


3834. 


Hnld;ih Barred" 


419. 


Isaiah' 


5159. 


Hyde Grace" 


5661. 


Isaiah- 


145S1. 


I. Leona Genevieve* 


6678. 


Isaiah Jerdiins'' 


5283. 


Icliabod Tliunias'^ 


10249. 


Israel Loagley'' 


5286. 


Ichabod Thorn a s'" 


300. 


Jacob-* 


21G7. 


Ida'-' 


320. 


Jacolv'^ 


101, -in. 


Ida .F." 


501. 


Jacob'"* 


5975. 


Ida 1-' .-telle-" 


511. 


.Tacob-^ 


1 1 0;i. 


Ida Hvelvu'^ 


544. 


Jacob-" 


13315. 


Ida F.'-' 


8818. 


Jacob" • 


14 603. 


Ida -Mav' 


9773. 


Jac-.b" 


15027. 


Ida .Mav'' 


1196S. 


Jacob" 


5995. 


Ida Ma"v" 


146(19. 


Jacob" 


2754d.Idella Maria'-' 


9901. 


Jacoir 


21 GO. 


Ina-' 


11970. 


Jacob' 


90 IG. 


lua .Adelaide-' 


12090. 


Jacob' 


45:»9. 


Indepeudeuce'' 


11913. 


Jacob" 


14090. 


Iu8/, Gordon" 


10437. 


Jacob Bailey' 


94 23. 


Infjnun'-' 


14722. 


Jacob Fillmore'' 


902 7. 


Ingram Judsori" 


14927. 


Jacob Streeter" 


147 53. 


lola Fsielle" 


362. 


James^ 


5914. 


Ireua Laviiua" 


3850. 


•larjies" 


10192. 


Irene' 


4125. 


James" 


147 14. 


Irene Hoton'' 


5956. 


Jaaies" 


4'.i3l. 


Irene L.'-' 


GS59. 


James" 


5S92. 


Irvin Albert" 


7G40. 


James" 


54S7. 


Irving A.** 


8820. 


James" 


357. 


Isnac^ 


10248. 


James" 


512. 


Isaac^ 


10434. 


James" 


532. 


Isaac^ 


12127. 


James" 


533. 


Isaac'' 


3924a 


.James'' 


1020. 


Isaac* 


4179. 


James'' 


2062. 


Isaac" 


7654. 


James'' 



1073 



107-1 




Vv'HTTMAX GKXEALOCxY 








No. 


Name. 


No. 


Nanii'. 


No. 


^ 


Ame 


121 CO. 


James" 


14651. 


Jared P'romf>nl" 


502. 


.Tolin-' 




10273, 


James"* 


4293. 


JasoD'' 


508. 


Jolui' 




lUi09. 


James'' 


7269. 


Jay L ' 


527. 


John' 




]012C». 


.lames A.'' 


305. 


Jean^ 


1008. 


John' 




6.582. 


J;une^ Al''Prr 


353. 


Jemima' 


4305. 


Jo) in' 




8001. 


Jaiiie? Albert" 


2291. 


Jemima'' 


4287. 


John' 




1h-M). 


James Alexander" 


2905. 


Jenner 


5594. 


John" 




1043:.. 


James .Alfivd" 


2073. 


Jennet''. 


6152. 


John' 




104-} 2. 


.Tames Alfred" 


2594. 


Jennie' 


6055. 


Jolin' 




18278. 


James Alfred" 


lOlO.'^a 


.Jennie' 


6026. 


Jolm' 




78H. 


James Charles' 


392Sm Jennie .'Vukenv'* 


9004. 


John' 




791. 


James Charles" 


7G50. 


Jennie Ethef' 


103-^8. 


John' 




7651. 


James Clifford^ 


3763. 


Jcimie Lincoln^ 


12159. 


Jolin' 




7250. 


James f).' 


9159. 


Jennie Mand^ 


13471. 


Jolm' 




7265. 


James D.'' 


4273 


Jennie Pobhins" 


14896. 


Joiin' 




11035. 


James Dean'* 


3S3. 


Jepthah" 


1018. 


John' 




10182. 


James i'' ' 


425. 


.lepthah" 


3852. 


John' 




OG.HS. 


James Edu'ard'' 


6020. 


Jepthah'' 


4228. 


Joll'.l 




0927. 


James Pidward" 


6025. 


Jeplliah Eewis^ 


4250. 


John" 




95S4fl 


.James Edward'' 


9210 


Jeremiah' 


5971. 


Johii" 




10001. 


James 11." 


9874. 


Jeremiah^ 


8153. 


John' 




13971. 


James Harrison' 


10099. 


Jeremiah W."* 


8044. 


John" 




726. 


Jaiaes Ha\s-loy' 


13181. 


Jerome" 


10392. 


.John' 




759. 


James Hav/iey'^ 


4355. 


Jerome" 


13441. 


JoliTi 




118G2. 


James Hunt'* 


5808. 


Jerome Xelson" 


9119. 


John 




14104. 


JanieH Ka^f' - 


14017. 


Jerry AVorsham" 


1041S. 


Jotin 




14119. 


James Kasf^ 


6062. 


Jerusha ReL-d' 


14674. 


Jolm 




8017. 


James Manning'* 


439 


Jesse-" 


10415. 


John 




8956. 


J.'imes Manning'* 


6861. 


Jesse*^ 


9654. 


J.'hn 


A.* 


4251. 


James Nathaniel- 


0686. 


Jesse M."" 


14074. 


John 


Alex 3 


4214. 


James Xic'lioias" 


1008G. 


Jessie Pelina' 


2G74. 


Ji-'hn 


Allen" 


12002. 


James Perley" 


6005. 


.Jessie E " 


14019. 


Jolm 


Brown" 


14060 


James Philip' 


10097. 


Jessie H." 


7 512r 


John 


C 


13r!U7. 


James Kussell- 


10418. 


Jessie Maria"* 


7 1 1 0. 


John 


Corliss' 


5554. 


James Saxion' 


5087. 


Jessie AVilbur' 


14942. 


John 


Cvrus' 


-4148. 


James Smilii' 


13972. 


Jinimie^ 


9704. 


John 


D." 


10417. 


James Spurr" 


13902. 


Joab" 


8S37. 


John 


I'orrance 


4 252. 


James Thompson' 


2015. 


Joan" 


5573. 


John Doty' 


5803. 


Jan.-es W." 


57. 


Joanna^ 


12172. 


John 


Edward' 


14 007. 


James V-'jUiam' 


561 >4. 


Joanna'' 


4302. 


John Fairfield' 


8036. 


Jame* Win. Harvey" 


690S. 


Joanna'' 


5647. 


Jolm 


Fanning"^ 


4 95. 


Jane'' 


12115. 


Joanna'' 


12167. 


Jolm 


Fraser" 


517. 


Jane-'' 


2135. 


Joanna' 


4622. 


John 


Gilbert' 


539 


Janc^ 


14S41. 


Jnauua Curtis'" 


3860. 


John 


H.^ 


8791. 


Jane'' 


9920. 


.Joel' . 


14125. 


JoJi n 


Halifax' 


1353S. 


Jane'' 


1. 


Johui 


2162. 


John 


Hall" 


2525. 


.lane" 


3. 


Johu'-^ 


4488. 


John 


Henry" 


25G7. 


Jane' 


41. 


John» 


5575. 


John 


Henry' 


3514. 


Jane' 


48. 


John^ 


9805. 


Jolm 


Fleurv" 


3787. 


Jnne^ 


51. 


John^^ 


4272. 


John 


HodgW 


12137. 


Jane" 


5G. 


John^^ 


8150. 


J ohn 


Howar.r 


13395. 


Jane" 


61. 


John^ 


3702. 


John 


Loriui,'"* 


4844. 


Jane" 


69. 


John'' 


5538. 


John 


M.' 


12154. 


.Tane" 


198? 


.Julm^ 


2074. 


John 


Mamoe' 


718S. 


Jane Ann" 


203. 


John-' 


7671. 


Joiiri 


Mimroe-' 


2565. 


Jane Frances"' 


252. 


John' 


2522. 


Jolm 


Xelson' 


10397. 


Jane Mallett' 


295. 


John-* 


14747. 


John 


Oscar- 


5S99. 


Jane Maria" 


301. 


Johu^ 


7668. 


John 


Pantry'' 


5889. 


Jane Maria^ 


308. 


Johu^ 


8959. 


John 


Parker" 


7527. 


Jane Susan" 


361. 


John' 


8165. 


John 


Peck' 


9487. 


Janel'-' 


366. 


Johu^ 


13975. 


John Phelps' 


■5142. 


Jared'' 


433. 


John^ 


4207. 


John 


Pratt- 


5156. 


Jared" 


477. 


John-' 


4106. 


John 


Qnincy' 


14646. 


Jared' 


494. 


John^ 


4443b.Joliu 


Piguey'-' 



DESCEXDAXTS OF JOUX WHITMAN, 



1075 



So. 


Kunie. 


No. 


Xa;i'L. 


>fo. 


Nnmo. 


8ir.7 


John l;.Ml.rc-r>' 


204 


Josiah' 


14S56 


L.'ivinia' 


7tJ70 


John Seymour^ 


212 


Josiah^ 


9707 


La viuia" 


59C.2 


John St.nudish" 


394 


Josiah' 


600 Gc 


\I,a\vreuce'' 


isr.GT 


John Thonijis" 


i 1010 


Josi.ih'' 


14547. 


Lawsou C,'' 


Hy-iQ 


(.John Thurston"' 


4197 


Josiah'' 


4590. 


J-eah" 


4(531 


.John Turn-r" 


5280 


Josiah'' 


9645. 


Leander Morse"* 


8040 


John Walhico' 


5359. 


Josiah* 


0006. 


Le.ander Smith^ 


1491S 


John Wesley' 


53i;7. 


Josiah" 


392. 


Lemuel' 


101181 


.rdm Williimr 


53GG. 


Josiah .Absalom'' 


4 GO. 


Lemuel ' 


i4(;s:) 


.lolm Wintield" 


5SS2. 


Josiah Absalour 


7512. 


Lenuicl"' 


72o. 


J(.>hu Win«lovv' 


1022. 


Josiah p.urslev' 


89^9. 


LenuiGl.L^ 


341. 


Jonas ' 


5438. 


Josiah Pratt"" 


7040e.Lena^ 


1009. 


Jonas" 


5419. 


Josiah H ■• 


8072. 


Lena'' 


1029. 


Jonas'^ 


691 G. 


Jotham S '• 


91 78. 


Lena Mabe!" 


20G. 


Jonathan-* 


39. 


Judith- 


14943. 


Leon Edley" 


369. 


Jonathan'' 


5 ISO. 


Jud-r, F." 


14 549. 


Leonard'' 


7124. 


Jonathan'" 


11943. 


Ju'isoii Skinner" 


14 510. 


Leonard" 


12861. 


.Jonathan'' 


8! 89. 


Juli-V- 


7026. 


Leonard" 


i:-!0C2. 


..lonatlian' 


5631. 


Julia' 


9910. 


Leonard"* 


14745. 


Jonathan Bensi:>n' 


12436. 


JuJia' 


99 1 9 


Leonard'-' 


14917. 


Jonathan Rr-ford' 


8130. 


Juli;.' 


14512. 


Leonard Herliert- 


5350. 


Jonathan .Selhy" 


3757. 


Julia'-' 


5420. 


Leonard M ' 


377G. 


Jones' 


5094. 


Julia Abby'^ 


11918. 


Leonora' 


437. 


Josepli' 


2566. 


Juli:. Allen' 


11870. 


Leonora"* 


545. 


Joseph'' 


4213s 


.Julia Carter" 


11914. 


Leonora" 


2146. 


Joseph'' 


2330. 


Julia Cobb' 


4845. 


Leouoia Leavitt'* 


CSC2. 


Joseph'' 


10098. 


Julia E." 


14739. 


Lcora Ellen"* 


1317G. 


Jo.seph" 


10423a 


Julia Ella" 


2098. 


Leslie-' 


1319>s. 


Joseph" 


815S. 


Julia Isabel' 


14732. 


Leslie C* 


USC9. 


Joseph'' 


7251. 


Julia M." 


14 028. 


I-essie Jones"" 


2157. 


Joseph" 


14114. 


Julia Robin.^nn" 


4920. 


Lester Leavitt'-' 


8977. 


Joseph' 


14545. 


JuHetie F," 


10:!79. 


Letiiia** 


132S0. 


Jo.seph' 


4892. 


Juliette Kendall" 


12395. 


Letitia'' 


14.021. 


Josepli" 


14513. 


Justin Ed-ivards' 


10173. 


Letitia' 


59S9. 


Joseph Baldwhi^ 


9 5 63. 


Ka'e" 


121 58. 


Letitia"' 


G254. 


Jo?eph riiandler' 


lOlSl. 


Kate Sophia^ 


10277. 


Letitia M."* 


59io; 


Josepli Deuniso-!' 


37 26. 


Katharine Bradford'" 


G757. 


Lottie F.'' 


9141. 


Joseph Diniook" 


2657. 


Kane Davis'' 


391. 


Levi-^ 


13294. 


Jo.scp]i Kli.-^ha' 


8147. 


Katie Esther" 


435. 


Levi"' 


5085. 


Joseph Everett''' 


689. 


Kilboru'' 


5241. 


Levitt 


6920. 


Joseph U.' 


763. 


Kilborn'' 


5553. 


Levi*' 


lOlOG. 


Joseph II.-* 


76Ga.Kilboru'' 


9442. 


Levi^ 


1329G. 


Joseph Henry" 


9211. 


Lal.^eriah Jane^ 


3874. 


Levi* 


8164. 


Joseph Hmvard" 


14624. 


Lafoi-esi W.« 


12092. 


Levi* 


S1G6. 


Joseph Howard" 


9175. 


Lalt-ah ^}ophia'' 


9-1 G9. 


Levi'' 


5080. 


Joseph Manlev" 


9029. 


Lalia Sojihronia' 


9500. 


Levi^ 


13178. 


Josopli Mayo"" 


147 27. 


Lalo May" 


5990. 


Levi Lineohi' 


14100. 


Joseph Tlionias' 


10279. 


Latimer Spinney"' 


9177. 


Levi Rice" 


1454G. 


Joseph \\'.' 


1 49S9. 


Launeelot' 


5357. 


Levi Ripley' 
L"\vis^ 


6G58. 


Joseph Warren' 


8190. 


Laura'' 


11908. 


4359. 


Josephine' 


6277. 


Laura .Adelaide'' 


992 S. 


Lewis Heard' 


. 9691. 


Josephine'^ 


5904. 


Lavira Ann" 


9G59 


f.cwis M.'-' 


;:2172b.Josephine^ 


12146a 


.Latira Dennis'-' 


4427. 


Lewis .Murray"* 


14020. 


Josepliine' 


14053. 


Laura Edna" 


9171. 


Lewis Reid"* 


385. 


Joshua'' 


1122. 


Laura Lcavitt" 


11287. 


Lilla .Mav'^ 


547. 


•loshna'' 


7218. 


Laura M.' 


1455s'a 


.Lilla My'nie' 
Lilla Ri,.salie"' 


4S3G. 


Josliua'' 


13184. 


Laura .Martha'' 


132G2. 


4903. 


Joshua' 


5919. 


Laiu-a May"* 


1025. 


Lillian Af,Mios"' 


4901. 


Joshua Adams' 


10437a 


.Laura .\[;iy'' 


134G4. 


Lilhan Irene'' 


4893. 


Joshua Adams" 


S12Ga 


.Laura Thomp-'on"* 


7270. 


LiUie M." 


14 986. 


Joslma Ellrinajr 


70:^3 


Laura Woiihin^r" 


8949. 


Lilly Amelia"^ 


4151. 


Josliua Pear'-' 


14903. 


l.aurin .'vup-u.-tus" 


57 (I. 


Linda' 


14G81. 


Joslma i^ullivau*' 


4S71. 


Lavenui Melissa' 


4220. 


l.inwood Cochran' 


14G92. 


Joshua Sullivan' 


12443 


I-aviuia" 


8102. 


Li7.zie' 



1076 



WlIlT^rAX G i:XKAL«')GY. 



No. 


X.une. 


Xo. 


.Name. 


No. 


NaiiU'. 


392Sd U7.7.k- Aiizella-' 


6C89. 


Luc\ ' 


6679. 


Mareia Susair 


0911. 


Lizi'.ie Lfiveu" 


9132. 


Lucy 


3927. 


Marcus'^ 


HS57. 


l.iz/.ie M.' 


10262. 


Lucy A.' 


4126. 


.Marcus' 


0655. 


Lizzie Mnv^ 


3S81. 


Lucy A." 


5S05. 


Marcus' 


72Hj. 


Lloyd Ch:i lies' 


6219. 


Lucy Anrr 


13186. 


Marcu.s' 


4895. 


Luiiuihut BaldwiiP 


2624. 


Lucy Baldwin* 


3928c 


.Marcus .Aim-ustus'' 


53G. 


Lois'' 


7675. 


Lucy Penuiu^ 


4130. 


Marcus Frederick'-' 


9222. 


Lois"^ 


13287. 


Lucy Kioanor" 


39281 


Marcus Saumel'" 


9193. 


Lois' 


6S72. 


Lucy Kmeline" 


414 9. 


Marcus Willianr 


GTfiO. 


Lola'-' 


1396S. 


Lucy .Jane' 


52). 


MaT-garet-' 


i-ig;j4. 


Lora M.^ 


7685. 


Lucy Skinner' 


10367. 


Margaret'' 


5974. 


Lorenzo' 


967 r». 


Lucv Sophia'-' 


7561. 


Margaret- 


4859. 


Lorenzo Fraiiklin- 


14C30. 


Lulu .\L^ 


10134. 


Mar^ a ref^ 


8161. 


Lottie^ 


14S38. 


Lulu .Maud' 


10487. 


Margaret' 


1465:s 


.Lottie Nf.^ 


704<id.Lurn .Almina" 


9462. 


Margaret'-' 


5593. 


Louis- 


543. 


Lullier"' 


9628. 


Margaret Annie" 


12169. 


Louis^ 


384 S. 


Luther"* 


12000. 


Margaret B.-' 


9126. 


Louis" 


7220. 


Lutlier"' 


13280. 


iLargaret Jose]ihine 


.')273. 


Louisa' 


14505. 


Luther' 


10257. 


Margaret Lovisa' 


10151. 


L"ui>a" 


37 GO. 


Lutlier' 


5272. 


Margaret MeClellnn 


1203:^. 


Louisa' 


440 i. 


Luther- 


13988. 


Margai-et Mohneux' 


13245. 


Louisa Almira^ 


3773. 


Luther O.iks' 


14116. 


Margaret Sahnond'^ 


792. 


Louisa AlDiira' 


13308. 


Luther Parks' 


2680. 


Margaret "Wales" 


6026. 


Louisa Ann' 


66. 


Lvdif(-> 


10145. 


Maria'' 


13329. 


Loui:.a 11.^ 


348. 


Lydia^ 


5292. 


Maria' 


5353. 


Louisa Mari.i' 


429. 


Lydia'' 


7655. 


Maria' 


2693. 


Louis:!, Pratt^ 


529. 


Lydia" 


13177. 


Maria' 


13227. 


Louisei" 


1074. 


Lydia'' 


9876. 


Maria" 


4443. 


Lo'.iisi? Quynu-' 


4123. 


Lydia'' 


11906. 


Maria" 


14690. 


Louise S.' 


5979. 


Lydia'' 


9499. 


ilana" 


7523. 


Louise Sarah' 


9937. 


Lydia"' 


1186(1. 


Maria Adelia"^ 


9170. 


Love Idellr.^ 


2141. 


Lvdia' 


11937. 


Maria .Augusta" 


5484. 


Lovell D.^ 


4180. 


LVdia' 


7 79. 


Maria Bray" 


2713. 


Lovice I'illihgliiua- 


430 7. 


Lvdia' 


5462. 


Maria C.'' ' 


14780. 


Lovi'iv"" 


54 21. 


Lvdia' 


S02c 


• Maria Carter* 


14516. 


Loviuia Bi'i'i'ee' 


11982. 


LVdia- 


10441. 


-Maria Cooj.er" 


5 9 S3. 


LovLsa' 


12870. 


Lydia^^ 


3713. 


Maria Rlizabeih' 


7216. 


LoTisa C.' 


2500. 


Lyrlia Amanda* 


14585. 


Maria Josephine' 


5274. 


Lucia' 


1032. 


Lydia Ann' 


10430. 


Maria Louisa' 


5611. 


Lucia" 


1 034. 


Lvdia .Ann' 


7673. 


ilaria Louise' 


2681. 


Lucia .-Vnu- 


3906. 


Lydia ]', '■■ 


14678. 


Maria Wilkins' 


605. 


Lucinda'-' 


8939. 


Lydia L'liza'* 


748. 


-Maria Wiuslow' 


5S5S. 


Lncinda" 


3895. 


Lydia L.^ 


7239. 


Marian' 


676-1. 


Luciuda-' 


6895. 


J-ydia Maria^ 


8998. 


-Marian Mvrtle'-' 


9629. 


Lucinda' 


9636. 


Lvdia .Maria" 


3903. 


Mark E ' " 


6258. 


Luciiida K.' 


9663. 


Lvdia Mav^ 


4360. 


Marsliall" 


4944. 


Lucinda Perlev' 


3864. 


.Nlabel'" 


499. 


Martha' 


4026. 


Lxicinda Perley" 


13272. 


.Mabel'^ 


2218. 


Martlia"" 


13199. 


Lncinda Porter' 


2664. 


Ma'uel A." 


2133. 


Maltha' 


7156. 


Lucius Otis.' 


6904a 


.Mabel Kveline' 


5315. 


Martha- 


6055. 


Lueretia Hannon'' 


3777. 


Mabel Klnrenoe'' 


6964. 


Maitha' 


4873. 


Lueretia Octavia^ 


5!»22. 


Mabel Hale- 


48G6. 


Martha' 


7040f. Lueretia P.- 


1463S. 


Mabel J.- 


7039. 


Martha* 


49'i5. 


Lueretia Siriekiand^ 


27 53c 


.Mabel Louise^" 


12091. 


Martha' 


302. 


Lucv* 


13306. 


Mabel Parks'-' 


9476. 


jMartlui^ 


478. 


LueV^ 


444 2. 


Mabel iii^-ney» 


9497. 


Manila-' 


523. 


Lucy- 


10396. 


.Mabel Sliives'^ 


4099. 


-Martha A." 


3583. 


Lucy - 


7114. 


Mahala' 


14621. 


Martha A.^ 


5819. 


Lucy'' 


10399. 


Malcolm Douglas' 


7063a 


.Martlia Adelia'^ 


7649. 


Lucy*^ 


11861. 


Malcolm Ross' 


2646. 


Martha .Ann* 


8172. 


Lucy'' 


4463. 


Malintha" 


3774. 


Martha Ann* 


3480. 


Lucy" 


14649. 


Mamie L'tta- 


9443. 


Martha Anu" 


6847. 


Lucy' 


2069. 


ilarcena Allen^ 


5309. 


Maitha B.ertha'J 


9929. 


Lucy' 


14697. 


Marcia' 


7272. 


Martha C." 





DESCENDANTS OP' JOHN WllIT.MAN. 


10" 


No. 


Nftmc. 


No. 


N.iir,^'. 


N'o. 


Nnnic. 


8749. 


Marth.-; ].iorrai!ce'' 


140 10. 


^^ary Alineiia' 


6000. 


Marv L." 


4:i03. 


Martha FairlioM' 


870. 


.\rar.- Anp.-iina' 


5555. 


Mary Lee"- 


4:^5.^. 


Martlia Ilolnian' 


S7 5I-. 


Mary An<r.>U'' 


14 078. 


Mary Logan" 


59(1 1. 


.Martha Jaue" 


887. 


Mary .-\iin" 


9644. 


Mary Lorelta* 


71L>f). 


Martin'- 


2379 


Mi;ry .-Vnir 


814 5. 


Mary Lncelia* 


2l4t). 


Martin" 


751.-!. 


M.tiy Ann' 


5351. 


Mary Maria' 


214S 


Martin' 


906 1. 


Mary An!i' 


1042S. 


M-iry Maria* 


702B. 


Martin' 


12171. 


Mary Aim" 


14056. 


Mary Maud* 


1-i2C<. 


Martin Cole'' 


2161. 


Mary Ann- 


10416. 


Maiy Olivia* 


7227. 


Martin Ira" 


6226. 


Mary Ann' 


104 15a 


.Mary Olivia^ 


30. 


Marj--' 


13269. 


Mary .-Vnn Ilapgood' 


9002. 


Mary Ori.ssa'^ 


4'). 


Marv^' 


10254. 


Mary Aiuiie" 


4600. 


Marv Orr** 


•'ill. 


.\Iar\-' 


10394. 


Mary Arnr.hl'' 


3928t 


. Mary P.'-' 


G2. 


.Mary-* 


5,S75. 


Marv .\up'usta* 


1128. 


Marv Perkins'' 


70 


Mary-* , 


6006b. Marv B.'-' 


4279. 


MarV Ruth' 


210. 


Mary' 


3793 


Mary Barber" 


2650. 


Mary Sliepard* 


255. 


Mnrr-i 


3796. 


Mary Barber-* 


4623. 


Mary Thoma.s* 


256. 


xMarv-' 


7164. 


Mary Belle'' 


139S0. 


Mary Vautrhn'' 


2.07. 


MarV-* 


14668. 


iJary Blanche"' 


2517. 


Mary Viola'' 


318. 


Mary-* 


13573. 


Marv 0. Brewer' 


4356. 


Marvetie' 


379- 


Marv^ 


13292. 


MarV Claflin^ 


4591. 


Matdda'' 


3S4. 


Mary5 


14112. 


Mary Clara ^ 


8974. 


Matilda* 


421. 


Marv^ 


14848. 


Mary Cole" 


9631. 


Matilda' 


441. 


Marv^ 


4199. 


-Mary Coolidge'' 


12022. 


Matilda* 


455. 


.Marv^ 


14899. 


Mary Crafts" 


9}sS. 


-Matilda Catharine' 


4t;:;. 


^farv-^ 


6832. 


i[arv- DuiUoy' 


12003. 


Matilda L'Hiisa* 


496. 


MarV' 


9017. 


Mary ]':ditli" 


253. 


Mattiievv^ 


522. 


Mary 5 


5244. 


Mary Eliza - 


12063. 


Mattio .^ophia* 


4SG3. 


Mary'' 


"9123. 


Marv i"'liza" 


7266. 


Maitie Vr.- 


4950. 


Mary* 


1306C. 


MarV Eliza* 


3867. 


Maud" 


560,^.. 


Mary*^ 


13412. 


Mary Eliza- 


1327 3. 


-Maiuh' 


G86G. 


Mary'' 


SS26. 


Mary Elizabeth' 


4407. 


Maud D." 


9219. 


Marv'^ 


10486. 


Mary Elizybeth' 


6704. 


Maud E.i" 


130 79. 


Mar'y' 


8126. 


Mary Elizabeth' 


13304a 


.Maud Mayi'^ 


]35:-i7. 


Marv'' 


10440. 


Mary Elizab-cth^ 


2626. 


Maudo Jeannette' 


14S57. 


,\h.ry'5 


902S. 


Mary Ella" 


3731. 


J.Iay'' 


3893. 


Mary- 


2592. 


Marv Ella-' 


8955. 


Maynard Burpee' 


4108. 


Mary" 


8970. 


Mary Ella^ 


3811. 


Ma}-nard Stephen'* 


4152. 


Marv' 


13990. 


Mary ItUen" 


3923. 


Mehitabel'' 


5075. 


Marv" 


15025. 


Mary Ellen' 


5184. 


Meliitable' 


G252. 


Mary' 


2513. 


Mary Ellen* 


2070. 


Mehitable" 


6659. 


Marv' 


6962. 


Mary Etta' 


4115. 


Mehitable' 


7041. 


Mary' 


7031. 


Mary Etta" 


6914. 


Mehitable' 


7088. 


Mary'' 


7672. 


Mary Eva'-' 


992 2. 


Melbourne'' 


7171. 


Marv'^ 


14064. 


Mary Fenno* 


89S0. 


.Melbourne P.' 


71S5. 


Mary' 


4933. 


Marv Oorhanr 


4424. 


Meliuda" 


9155. 


Mary' 


3858. 


Mary H.'' 


5688. 


Me1inda^ 


1307 7. 


Mary" 


5356. 


Mary Helen" 


4433. 


Meliuda* 


13332. 


Maryi 


8934. 


Mary Helena" 


13444. 


Melissa E.^ 


14611. 


Marv'' 


4257. 


ilary llodi^es'^ 


14565. 


Mellen M.' 


2149. 


Marv^ 


3929a 


.Mary Ilortou* 


3733. 


Melvin" 


3GS4. 


Marv" 


10496 


Mar"y lies' 


5546. 


Melvin* 


5090. 


Marv^ 


14124. 


Mary Irviir 


8991. 


Melvin G.' 


5542. 


Mary* 


3S01. 


Mary Isabel* 


514. 


^fercy■'' 


9433. 


Mary* 


5060. 


Mary Jane' 


530. 


Merey^ 


1198S. 


Mary-' 


2757. 


Mary .Jane* 


1040. 


Mercv" 


130C4. 


Mary^ 


4.353. 


ilaiy Jane' 


570!. 


MercV" 


C751. 


Marv'' 


4482. 


Mary .lane* 


9093. 


.Nb^rcv'^ 


4932. 


MnrV A.*- 


5058. 


Mary Jane* 


9708, 


.Mercv-^ 


5580. 


.Mary Adaliiie* 


0902. 


Marv .lane* 


11948. 


MercV'' 


S02f 


Mary Aarnos^ 


9020. 


Mary Jane'* 


12336. 


Mcrcv'' 


1344 7. 


Mary Alice'^ 


9886. 


Mary .Tane* 


9056. 


-Mercy" 


102^4. 


Mary Alice Lovicy* 


392 si 


Marv Kate'-' 


118S4. 


Mercy" 


2621. 


Mary Allcu- 


3910. 


Mary L.* 


11915. 


Mercy"* 



1078 



WHITMAN GENEALOGY. 



No. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


6243. 


Mercy Adams- 


9199. 


Neander P.* 


14831. 


Oscar F.' 


3754. 


Morcy Ann" 


448. 


Nehemiah^ 


14832. 


Oscar F.' 


5925. 


Mercy Anna' 


452. 


Neheniiah^ 


14827. 


Oscar F." 


1039. 


Mercy Oood.*peed' 


6871. 


Nelieniiah'' 


3800. 


Oscar Mellen" 


8937. 


Mercy Jane S." 


21G9. 


Nellie" 


5810. 


Oscar Simeon" 


2696. 


Mercv Lewis'" 


5158. 


Nellie .\dams^ 


4919. 


Oscar Volney- 


11993. 


.Mercy Patillo" 


14920. 


Nellie F ' 


14560. 


Oscoe Fairfield' 


591 f.. 


Mercy Randall' 


14931. 


Nellie Lizzie' 


7040. 


Otis-" 


421(ia.Meriel^ 


4927. 


Nellie M." 


4841. 


Otis Melander" 


14642. 


Mertie E.« 


9422. 


Nellie K." 


15030. 


Ozias* 


5544. 


Merton" 


14029a 


.Nellie Sue" 


3489. 


Ozro' 


5440. 


Milford Clark9 


37:2. 


Nelson"" 


4416. 


Pameha Kl'zabeth" 


14760. 


Milla'> 


5804. 


Nelson B " 


14121. 


Partheuia Hartwell' 


8971. 


Millie« 


3880. 


Nelson S." 


2501. 


Pauline Christine" 


5540. 


Milton"* 


5738. 


Newton' 


14632. 


Pearl K." 


5504. 


Milton L.' 


598S. 


Newton Brett' 


9674. 


Percy Bernard* 


70G3f. Minnie- 


2109. 


Newttin Mitchell- 


14730. 


Perley M." 


7262. 


Minnie" 


43. 


Nicholas'* 


5360. 


Permelia' 


9705. 


Minnie^ 


215. 


Nicholas'' 


5443. 


Pernielia Emily" 


4430. 


Minnie^ 


14736a 


.Nhia B.- 


3928a. Perrin Beza" 


8960. 


Minnie^ 


6905b.Nina Florence' 


3928:5 


.Perrin 1.* 


9008. 


Minnie Etta^ 


346. 


Noah"' 


351. 


Peter-' 


14558b. Minnie Leonora' 


1044. 


Noah5 


14441. 


Peter Nichoh' 


7167. 


Minnie Luella'' 


1126. 


Noah* 


4612. 


Peter Salmon" 


9184. 


Mittie Almena^ 


1120. 


Xoah'^ 


5812. 


PheVie.-Vnn Laphany' 


2289. 


Molly* 


6053. 


Noble* 


1116. 


Phebe Gushing K." 


2290. 


Mollys 


5449. 


Nora Aryilla^ 


6676. 


Philanda' 


2292. 


Molly*^ 


8992. 


Norman A.^ 


13905. 


Philip* 


2470. 


Molly* 


4 94 5. 


Novella Ayilda' 


12182. 


Philip" 


6464. 


Molly* 


3656. 


Oakes" 


2710. 


Phillibert* 


6858. 


MollV* 


4218. 


Obadiah* 


5551. 


Phillip' 


3868. 


Monroe D.^ 


21 OS. 


Octayia .'"^now* 


4896. 


Pbilo Loamma" 


8827. 


Monigomery AngelP 


9412. 


Oldham" 


8978. 


Phineas" 


14071. 


Montpomerv G."' 


9689. 


Oidhaiii' 


14667 


Phineas Warren- 


4855. 


Morel^ 


9415. 


Oldham- 


9693. 


Phoebe" 


5078. 


Moses Xoycs' 


5578. 


Olin Thomas^ 


1107. 


Piam Gushing Keith' 


14874. 


Myra' 


2425. 


Olive* 


14990. 


Plaisted" 


8969. 


Myrtle^ 


2904. 


Olive* 


3014. 


Pollv* 


2368. 


Nancy* 


5113. 


Olive* 


5801. 


PoU'v* 


7548. 


Nancy* 


6S77. 


Olive* 


6928. 


Pollv* 


7534. 


Nancy Anna" 


4SS2. 


Olive' 


7i2:<. 


Polly* 


3704. 


Nancy Bradford"* 


5GS2. 


Olive' 


7511. 


Polly* 


9164. 


Nancy .T.' 


3779. 


Oliy..- Bass' 


6179. 


Polly Freeland' 


14515. 


Nancy Libby'' 


7535. 


Oliver' 


4897. 


Prentis Mellen" 


2170. 


Nancy S. Hall* 


14729. 


Oliver GreenleaH 


392«w.Preutiss E." 


46. 


Naomi-' 


12147. 


Olivia* 


14054. 


Presley .\mignon 


5719. 


Naomi* 


3901. 


Omar W." 


2475. 


Priscilla* 


14582. 


Napoleon Bonaparte' 


4^52. 


Oran.ije'^ 


7172. 


Quincy Dewitt' 


14644. 


Narci?sa E.' 


3928'( 


'Oren Green" 


3918. 


Rachel' 


354. 


Natlian^ 


4862. 


Oren P." 


6833. 


Rachel' 


25^3. 


Nathan* 


6670. 


Orinda^ 


7003. 


Rachel' 


7086. 


Nathan* 


5(i73. 


Orinda Hyde' 


9194. 


Rachel' 


2630. 


Nathan' 


5077. 


Oriuda Hvde' 


14005. 


Rachel' 


3894. 


Nathan' 


4843. 


Orison R.* 


766. 


Ralph* 


2609. 


Nathan^ 


2110. 


Orra Williams" 


9880. 


Ralph* 


2649. 


Nalliaa' 


4867. 


Orren' 


9650. 


Ralph B.* 


13311. 


Nathan Brooks' 


487S. 


Orren Benton"* 


14579. 


Ralph K." 


13314. 


Nathan Brooks" 


7219. 


Orriri J.' 


11268. 


Ralph G.* 


26532 


.Nallian Dayis" 


7285. 


Orrin Minoi' 


9012. 


Ralph Harl* 


2659. 


Nathan Dayis* 


557 7. 


Orrin Winnifred-' 


14508. 


Ransom Norton' 


3901f 


.Nathan Rnss' 


7122. 


Orrit Caroline" 


13276. 


Raymoud Lee"* 


12006. 


Nathan Tupper'' 


4925. 


Orson Sawtelle" 


312. 


Rebecca-* 


4230. 


Nathaniel* 


4093. 


Orteniia Susan" 


319. 


Rebecca-" 


9909. 


Nathaniel' 


4922. 


Osca ilaria' 


548. 


Rebecca^ 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN WHITMAN. 



1079 



Ko. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 


2568. 


Rebecca^ 


6269. 


Ruby Rosalette" 


451. 


Samuel"' 


14520. 


Rebecca"^ 


4227. 


Rufus Anderson^ 


464 


Samuel-'^ 


5448. 


Rebecca^ 


4229. 


Rufus Crosby" 


481. 


Samuel-' 


10414. 


Rebecca'* 


13239. 


Rufus llenry" 


500. 


Samuel'' 


14057. 


Rebecca .\lice' 


14089. 


Rufus Presley'' 


1017. 


Samuel" 


10395. 


Rebecca Cutler-' 


9143. 


Rupert P." 


3919. 


Samuel" 


9174. 


Rebecca Jane'' 


773. 


Ru?sell" 


6153. 


Samuel" 


t)711. 


Rebecca Louisa" 


4211. 


Russell" 


6279. 


Samuel" 


2675. 


Rebecca Porter' 


5082. 


Russell Elmer' 


6922. 


Samuel" 


4877. 


Recilla Amanda" 


4206. 


Russell Ripley' 


7532. 


Samuel" 


9653. 


ReginaltP 


15024. 


Russell Streeter* 


8122. 


Samuel" 


1469S. 


Remember Berry** 


49. 


Ruth-' 


8123. 


Samuel" 


14695. 


ReuVjen* 


267. 


Ruth-* 


3853. 


Samuel' 


14733. 


Reuben Millner" 


324. 


Ruth-* 


3928. 


Samuel' 


6576. 


Phoda^; 


328. 


Ruth-» 


4114. 


Samuel' 


3883. 


Lhoda' 


340. 


Ruth5 


4837. 


Samuel- 


4472. 


Rhoda" 


376. 


Ruth^ 


6696 


SamueE 


4501. 


Rhoda Snow** 


1043. 


Ruth« 


7281. 


Samuel' 


4402. 


Rhoda Snow' 


5281. 


Ruth'' 


8144. 


Samuel' 


9582. 


Rice L.' 


5282. 


Ruth'' 


11903. 


Samue!'' 


9679, 


Richard Douglass' 


7764. 


Ruth" 


6697. 


Samuel' 


5584. 


Ricliar'd Henry' 


2477. 


Ruth' 


11916. 


Samuel- 


4593. 


*\'<jhen'' 


3924. 


Ruth^ 


2557. 


Samuel Allen^ 


12)81. 


Robert" 


7657. 


Ruth' 


2616. 


Samuel .Allen- 


14631. 


RoViert B.* 


4631a 


.Ruth" 


4848. 


Samuel Augustus'' 


11934. 


Robert David^ 


4456. 


Ruth Freelove' 


6709. 


Samuel E.' 


14721. 


Robert Earl- 


4208. 


Ruth He V wood' 


89C5. 


Samuel Eber' 


4609. 


Robert Eelis^ 


14S96b.Ruth Lillian- 


14926. 


Samuel Jackson D.'' 


14073. 


Robert Kmmett" 


4490. 


Ruth Stetson' 


13295. 


Samuel Parks- 


14015. 


Robert Harrisoa'' 


3770. 


Saba Jones" 


13298. 


Samuel Parks" 


9206. 


Robert M.^ 


7544. 


Sabina Adelle" 


14919. 


Sanuiel Rutherford^ 


9468. 


Robert Matthew^ 


6759. 


Sadie A.' 


5699. 


Samuel Stoddard" 


13989. 


Robert Moiinevix'' 


14683. 


Sadie Maud- 


8155. 


Samuel Talcott" 


11939. 


Robert Starratt" 


14723. 


Sadie V.-' 


6. 


Sarah- 


14029. 


Robert "William" 


14030. 


Sallie Jones" 


59. 


Sarah^ 


8950. 


Robie Garner^ 


14105. 


Sallie Kast'' 


213. 


Sarah-* 


10089. 


Robie Hart^ 


14077. 


Sallie Te.xanna* 


254. 


Sarah-* 


5301. 


Rodmau Elazard' 


3931. 


Sallv-^ 


260. 


Sarah^ 


5311. 


Rodman Horner^ 


5656. 


Salfv^ 


280. 


Sarah-* 


10502. 


Roger Bradbury- 


6280. 


Sallv« 


297. 


Sarah^ 


4480. 


Roland A.^ 


6907. 


Sally -^ 


317. 


Sarah^ 


7236. 


Roland Oare^ 


6927. 


Sally" 


325. 


Sarali-* 


3758. 


Rollo'-' 


6934. 


Sallv'* 


327. 


Sarah^ 


14742. 


Ronello E ' 


6955. 


Sallys 


343. 


Sarair^ 


14643. 


Rosa E." 


7192. 


Sallv^ 


373. 


Sarah^ 


4063. 


Rosamond" 


13901. 


.^aliy"" 


427. 


Sarah-'' 


804. 


Rosanna Blake- 


13903. 


Sally" 


440. 


Sarah-' 


14728. 


Roscoe F." 


6863. 


Sallv' 


443. 


Sarah-' 


7194. 


Rosetta S.'' 


14610. 


Sally" 


479. 


Sarah^ 


7037. 


Rosette' 


5536. 


Sally .Ann' 


525. 


Sarah"' 


6032 


Rosina Elvira" 


7213. 


Sally Ann' 


1010. 


Sarah" 


5986 


Rosiua Packard" 


7057. 


Sally Cole" 


1011 


Sarah" 


7234 


Ross Chauncey'-' 


509 


Salome' 


1157 


Sarah" 


5541. 


Ross Fancher'^ 


9986 


Salome" 


2369 


Sarah" 


14561. 


Roweua May'' 


4464 


Salome" 


5182 


Sarah" 


2524 


Roxanna' 


10191 


Salome'' 


5245 


Sarah'- 


9120 


Roy^ 


53 


Samuel' 


5605 


Sarah" 


5433 


Rov Harvey' 


58 


Samuel' 


6S65 


Sarah" 


723Sa.KoV Lamar"^ 


277 


SamueP 


8840 


Sarah'' 


3657 


Roval" N^ 


296 


SaraueP 


12733 


Sarah" 


3728 


Royal" 


334 


Samuel'' 


1147 


Saralr 


3723 


Royal Emerson* 


359 


Samuer' 


4110 


Sarah" 


15031 


Ro/.anua CaihariQe' 


434 


Samuel'' 


42:; 1 


Sarah' 


14734 


Ruby .M." 


447 


Samuel^ 


7107 


Sarah' 



lOSO 



WHITMAN GEXKALOG Y. 



No. 

9537. 

. 9930. 

12101. 

603. 

3f.97. 

4100. 

4865. 
11905. 
12098. 
12094. 

5806. 

9551. 
10076. 

13;;2]. 

11842. 

727. 

5062. 

6233. 

7221. 

9144. 

892S. 

14662. 

10500. 

13309. 

14103. 

4625. 

6774. 
14656. 

6754. 

8961, 
13942. 

6033. 
877. 

2715. 

4938. 

1125. 

2762. 
14840. 
14846. 

91 OS. 

9217. 

9647. 
10436. 
14891.- 
12416. 

7.127. 
10250. 

4294. 

4300. 

6265. 

6231. 
13984. 

2551. 

3525. 

2672. 

'n93. 

5957. 

37 34. 
207. 
374. 

4602. 

4618. 

2549. 

4611. 



yanio. 

8arali" 

Saralr 

Sarah' 

Saralr 

Sarah"* 

SaralP 

Sarah"* 

Sarah"' 

Sarah" 

Sarah'-* 

Sarah A.' 

Saiali A.-" 

Sarah A.- 

Samh A.- 
Sarah -Imanda- 

Sarali Ann' 

Sarali Ann' 

Sarah Ann' 

Sarah .\nii' 

Sarah Ann' 

Sarali Ann- 
Sarah Aucjusta' 

Sarah Bissell- 

Sarali Caroline' 

Sarah^ Carrini;'ioa' 

Sarah Chipman- 

Sarah D.' 

Sarali E.' 

Sarah K ■' 
Sarah I'lhza- 
Sarali F.- 
Sarah Free lore - 
Sarali Gardner- 
Sarah Gil'-tcrt" 
Sarah tjori-.am' 
Sarah J.' 
•Sarah Jackson" 
Sarah Jane' 
Sarah .Jane' 
Sarali Jane- 
Sarah .Taue- 
Saraii Jane- 
Sarah Jane- 
'Sarah L ■ 
Sarali .M."^ 
Sarali .Maria'' 
Sarah .Maria- 
Sarah Na.?on' 
Sarah Xason- 
Sarah P. • - 
Sarah Virp-in- 
Sarah ^'irl;■inia' 
Sarah Wale.-' 
Sarefit:i' 

Schafncr .-Irinstronj 
Sela'* 
.Selinda'' 

Semauiha Bailey- 
Selii-* 

s*av 

Seth" 

SoUr 

Scth Allen'' 

Seth Bernard- 



No. 
5113. 
7669. 
3921. 
3852. 
55.] 7. 
9209. 
I 8948. 
9118. 
! 5313. 
203. 
310. 
4918. 
073. 
2257. 
2172. 
350. 
2 1 05. 
5291. 
2139. 
6869. 
2138. 
8943. 
9004. 
5312. 
5302. 
2147. 
215G. 
4457. 
293. 
461. 
7549. 
2063. 
5678, 
10193. 
2103. 
9903. 
0958. 
2085. 
54S8. 
96G2. 
2085. 
392Sf.: 
13365. 
13978. 
12088. 
14810. 
5908. 
9641. 
3857. 
8982. 
372. 
9221. 
13225. 
5142. 
13185. 
1 3228 
13223. 
4598. 
0931. 
5994. 
2165. 
3753. 
6750. 
7004. 



Na;iic. 


No. 


Name. 


Seward K.-' 


2558 


Sn.=an- 


Seymour- 


9058 


Susau A.'-' 


.Shepard' 


5160 


Sn.^an A. Hobart' 


Shepard B.^ 


13372 


Su.-an B.'' 


Siiirn- 


3658 


Susan Barrell'* 


Silas'' 


12001 


Su.<an Beriha- 


Silas- 


13558 


Su.-^an Eli.-abeth' 


Silas- 


6896. 


Susan Frances" 


Sila.-? BoHin* 


9S88. 


Susan Irene-' 


Silenee-^ 


2737. 


Susan Maria- 


Silence^ 


2677. 


Susan Mercy- 


Silvesta Strickland' 


13985. 


Susan Pocafiontay** 


Silvia'- 


3778. 


Susaa Rebecca- 


Silvia" 


9581. 


Susan Rice' 


Silvia' 


44. 


Susannah- 


Sitneon-'' 


OSl. 


Susanna'' 


Simeon'^ 


2293. 


Susanna'' 


Simeon'' 


297 6. 


Susanna'' 


Simeon- 


4398. 


Susanna'' 


Simeon" 


6954. 


Su.-anua"' 


Sime'^ir 


7064. 


Susanna'' 


Simeon- F." 


7501. 


Sii.-=anna'^' 


Simeon Freeman^ 


13472. 


Susanna'* 


Simeoti Herbert'' 


3815. 


Susanna'^ 


Simeon Rodnian- 


4226. 


Susanna" 


Snow- 


2154? 


.Susanna- 


Snow- 


886. 


Susanna Thompsiii 


Snow'' 


216. 


Susannah' 


Solomon* 


526. 


Susannah-' 


Solomon'' 


228S. 


Sn.saonab'' 


Solomon*' 


13194. 


Susannah'* 


Sophi-i' 


3806. 


Sybil Maud* 


Sophia" 


'5872. 


Sylvester Stone'' 


Sophia' 


14567. 


Sylvinia Eii-^a'' 


Sophia- 


257 5. 


Svrenia Fobes-* 


Sophia- 


432. 


IVibitha-' 


Sophia .\lhina~ 


309. 


Terah^ 


Sophia Bryan- 


14084. 


I'e.xanna'' 


Sophia c."- 


14085. 


Te.x'anna Lawler* 


Sophia L." 


14087. 


Te>-ie Ehie" 


Sophia Oii.s- 


434b.Thanuel' ' 


Sophio' 


14060. 


Theol-i Kate- 


Sophronia' 


6S97. 


Theron- 


Sophronia Pllizahetlr 


6898. 


Theron W.- 


Spinney'' 


2. 


1'houias'-' 


Spoil jrd'' 


202! 


Thomas-* 


St. Clair- 


303. 


Thomas* 


Stanlev Brook^'' 


434b 


.'1 homas' 


Stella M.^ 


519. 


Thomas-^ 


Stella May'' 


2106. 


Thomas'' 


Stephen* 


5289. 


Thomas'' 


Stephen" 


6909. 


Thomas" 


Stephen- 


13310. 


Thomas'* 


Stephen Almon- 


13577. 


Thomas'* 


Stephen Alonzo" 


2136. 


Thomas'* 


Steplien Edward" 


13465. 


Thomas- 


Stephen Greenwood" 


9003. 


Thomas Aiusley'' 


Stephen Keed'' 


9216. 


Thomas Ains!ey' 


Stephen West'' 


8828. 


Thomas Br.nne' 


Slillman Ford' 


12165. 


TJiomas Dwit^hf^ 


Stillman llarri:-^ou- 


4461. 


Thomas Everett- 


Sumner'' 


8994. 


Thomas G. S.-' 


Sumner 0.-* 


5314. 


Thoma? Gardner'* 


Susan' 


13226. 


Thomas Henry-' 



DESCENDAXTS OF JOHN WHITMAN. 



lOSl 



>'o. 
MS25. 
1400G. 

72T9. 

59iii). 
14 1-20. 

37G8. 
121GI. 

4489. 

46--'9. 
14052. 

591:'. 
1199S. 
13o72. 

4102. 

7G56. 
148^1. 

&G78. 
HOGS. 
14C27. 
14993. 

9000. 

509G. 

2741. 

3807 
121GG. 
14992. 
1-^994. 

2rjl9. 
1468S. 
10085. 

711:5. 

7131. 
130G:i 

4210 
14735 

721 9;i 

5590. 
14091. 
1401 G. 
14115. 

5911. 

5084. 
14GS4. 
14S13 
14009. 
14063. 
1'172G. 
10493. 
14101. 

4857. 

4487. 

2G36. 

9461. 

3908. 

5985. 

5959. 

0963. 
14G82. 
12114 

8999. 

7271. 

2G53. 

991S. 

2G58. 



Nauic. 
Thomas J.' 
Thomas Ka.«l' 
Tliomaa Kiinljair 
Thomas I,e.-^ure" 
Thoma.s McCall" 
Thoin.-is Scott" 
Thoiiia* S|)uri' 
Tbontrss Stt't^ou' 
Thomas Turner' 
Thomas \YaUcT' 
Thomas Waneir 
Thoma,« William" 
Thomas Williams' 
Tilly E." 
Tiniothv'' 
Tyla-^ 

UdebiUa May-' 
Vela Bvrd" 
Velma J."* 
Yerncr riforlic-r^ ^ 
Vei'non* 

Vcrnoti Flolbrooke" 
Verooa Zelon" 
Ve.sta Loiing^ 
Victor' 

Victor Meluotle^ 
Victor Merton" 
Viola .-irm.i' 
Virgil' 

W. Herbert 11.^ 
Wade Broi'kv,^ay"~ 
AVade Brockway' 
Waldo-" 
Waldo-' 
Wallace IL^ 
.Walter" 
Walter' 

Walter Carringtou'* 
Walter Carrinirton' 
Walter Carrin^^tou' 
Walter Crabb"' 
AValter K.^ 
Walter Ebenezer" 
Walter G." 
Waiter Iredell- 
Walter Kilfovle" 
Waller L.^ 
Walter Monteith' 
Walter Rivers" 
Warreu' 

Warren F'ldinoud' 
Wealthy Maria^ 
Web. Parker* 
Webster B." 
Welcome Ebeue^.er' 
Welcome James' 
Weltha Jane" 
Weston Virgil' 
Whitfleld" 
Whii field" 
WiUard" 
WiUard' 
AVillard- 
Willard'^ 



No. 

7215. 

2GG3. 

7249. 

72S7. 
211. 
32G. 
35G. 
457. 

3478. 

5549. 

G251. 

7 5S9. 

3505. 

5552. 

6024. 

G2GS. 
10421. 

2617. 

44S3. 

5592. 

7Gil. 

9139. 
10393. 
11907. 
12863. 

2GG7. 

3SG3. 

7040b 

9474. 
1039S. 

7264. 

9706. 

9030. 

3791. 

8958. 

3513. 
10075. 

4879. 

11852. 

13300. 

In275. 

873. 

2G46. 

7292. 

4419. 

4GI3. 
14051. 
14102. 

723S. 

5SG7. 

25 IG. 

567 1. 

722G. 

967 3. 
14G23. 

0114. 

8927. 
7 69. 

7G09. 
13450. 
13463. 

2714. 

9579. 

9137. 



N:1HH'. 

Wilhn-d E. IT.' 
Willard F.-' 
Willard K'imbalF 
Willurd Nfinol" 
Williuji-' 
William-' 
William-^ 
William-^ 
William'^' 
William'' 
William'^ 
William'' 
William^ 
William' 
William^ 
William" 
William' 
William- 
William' 
William" 

V\'illiam' < 

Willi;. m" 
William' 
William'^ 
William-^ 
William' 
William'* 
.William-' 
William'-' 
"^Viiliam" 
William A.- 
William A - 
William Albert- 
William Alphoiiso"* 
William Ansley'* 
William C.- 
William (latency' 
William Chauuing' 
William D ^ 
Willi,-im D. A.- 
William K.- 
William E. Seaver- 
William Elbridge" 
William Elnatlian'^ 
\VilliHm Ezra" 
'William Fauuce'-' 
"William Fenuo'^ 
William Feuno' 
William Fraucis" 
William Fraukliu' 
Vt'illiam Frankliii- 
AVilliam Franklin" 
William Green' 
William IL- 
Williaiii 11." 
William Harrison' 
William Mendry' 
William Henry' 
William Henry' 
\Mriiam Henry -^ 
William Henry" 
AVilliam Hollisou' 
Williani J.- 
William JohnstOD- 



No. 

9882. 
S02d 

G752. 

2648. 
14U62. 
14122. 

5432. 
11840. 
14949. 
14083. 

9166 

52S8. 
7 72. 

3729. 

9496. 
1 1 999. 

2610. 
13578. 

6906. 
550. 

]45:;o. 

4486. 

104" 3. 

7 75. 

2';70 

13379. 

1217 2d 

13061. 

128G2. 

778. 

802. 

13067. 

71. 

5740. 

4. 



Xaini-. 
'Willian; .Tiidson''' 
^\'illiarn Marsh' 
William X.-' 
William ['ar.soas' 
U'illiam Robert" 
William Robert" 
William Rogers' 
William .S.' 
Willi.-im .<." 
William .-^ White^ 
William Smifh'^ 
William Thomas'' 
A\'illiam. Tliomus- 
William W.'- 
\\'il]iam A'allace- 
Willie Etta May^ 
Willie N." 
Willis" 
Wilmot" 
Winchester'' 
Winchester'' 



Anne'- 
"W.'^ 



198. 

279. 

3U4. 

9220 

13557. 

9156. 

55. 

336, 

5 1 6. 

2711. 

2751. 

5355. 

14566. 

14661. 

14607. 

554 5. 

5745. 

11851. 

5955. 

6019. 

6065. 

0857. 

6950. 

8S19. 

14592. 

1106. 

5926. 

5993. 



Winnifre 
^^'illuifr^ 
\''."inslov.'" 
^\'i^s;o\'."- 
Wiiithrop" 
.Yda- 
Zachariah'' 
Zachariah'' 
ZachariaJi Gardner" 
Zachariah Gardner' 
Zachariah WinSeld' 
Zacliarv' 
Z..-I.edee" 
Zechariah'-^ 
Zechariah- 
.^'.echariah-' 
Zechariah-' 
Zechariali-* 
Zecharinli'' 
Zecliariah'' 
Zechariah" 
Zecherialr 
Zeeherialr'' 
Zecheriah' 
Zenas<i 
Zenas' 
Zeno Virgil- 
Zephaniali Bensc'm'' 
Zeri iJerry'' 
Zilpha" 
Ziipha Jaue^ 
Zilpiiah'' 
Znhoth Freeman'^ 



1082 



Wll Tl MAX GEN i: ALOGY. 



No. 

f>9{»7. 

e.G57. 

6G71. 

6672. 

667-4. 
12089. 
14517. 

2132. 



Xuir.e. 



No. 
2018 
4426 
44 S4 
6232 

0695 
7G48 



N;iine. 



No. N 

9212. 

12864. 

12SC4a. 

3S7.'{a. 

10180. 

104 2 Ob. 

12021. 



INDEX SECOiND 



Desce^tdaxts of John AViiitmax beaking Xames other than 

Whitman. 



No. 


Name. 


Ko. 


Name. 


No. 


Name. 




Ahlolt 


6602. 


5Jabra' 




Aitken 


6581. 


Abigal!- 


6608. 


Samuel' 


12477. 


Arthur Merrill-' 


6599. 


Albert .Viipustus" 


6650. 


Sarah- 


12476. 


Fenton Thoodoi-e" 


66B6. 


Arobine E." 


6593. 


Sarah P.-^ 


12478. 


Howard John-^ou'* 


5305. 


Eertha May^" 


6645. 


Stephen' 


12479. 


Laura M. Frances** 


6C01. 


Bertie* 


6577. 


Sullivan^ 






2469. 


Eerton F.morv^ 


6035. 


William" 




Alhee 


859Sc.Charles Thos. Alex.^ 


859 7. 


"Wm. Wcodbridge^ 


2589. 


Elmer G."' 


5304. 


Clarence C.^" 


6647. 




2588. 


Herbert H.'*^ 




6590. 


Daniel Bartletr 


8028. 


a 






6592. 


Elflelh L." 








Alien 


6578. 


Eliza A.^ 




Achtson 


51S0. 


.-Vbbr Whitman^ 


6565. 


Eliza A.^ 




39S. 


AbiiJaiF 


6649. 


Klla^ 


807.3. 


Harry Webster'' 


812. 


Arthur Harris'*' 


6591. 


Klta M.s 


8072. 


Jolm McOiure- 


5176. 


Clara Lord-' 


65 S4. 


Fred. F.-' 


S0&7. 


Julur 


414. 


Eleazer' 


6-586. 


George' 


8071. 


Lida Wiiuman"* 


5179. 


Eliza bet hKiussbury 


6610. 


Georpe Stej.hen'^ 


8009. 


Martha Hooker-- 


814. 


Frederic Lawt.m^" 


859Sf 


Grace H. Sarali^ 


8073a 


.Mortimer Hooker" 


406. 


Hannah'' 


6646. 


Hadley Proctor' 


8070. 


Thomas Hooker' 


1144. 


Harris Pratt" 


8599. 


Henrietta Lucv" 






5174. 


Henry' 


8029. 


Henry Stanley^ 




Adams 


5181. 


Henrys 


85981 


.Henry Vi'm.Leverett' 




416. 


Isaac-^ 


6609. 


J. Ilolaian^ 


14179. 


Adcle Hobbs" 


5177. 


Isaac Carey' 


85983 


.John D.Woodbrido:e-' 


3151. 


Arbury Freeman'" 


811. 


James Gardner^" 


859Sd.Juliana T. Elizabeth^ 


14179a 


.Charles Henry^ 


1142. 


Jolm'-' 


8596. 


Juliana Trumlnill^ 


3152. 


Eli McrriU'" 


415. 


Le-vvis'' 


5306. 


Lena Maud'" 


3153. 


Ellen Louise"^ 


5178. 


Lora ."-^tandish-* 


6582. 


Lorenzo \V " 


13328. 


Etta C' 


396. 


.Martha-' 


8598. 


LucvM.Wooiibridge^ 


14178. 


John Milton--' 


397. 


Mary-' 


6583. 


Lucy \\y 


3786. 


Nei-on Whitman" 


813. 


Minnie Whitman^" 


6611. 


Lydia' 


14177. 


Sarth Whitman^ 


417. 


Rebecca'^ 


6048. 


Martha^ 


14176. 


Susan Merrill'-' 


405. 


Saralr' 


6643. 


Marv Elizabeth^ 


3154. 


Walter Scott^'' 


5173. 


Wdliam Larrell" 


6600. 


MelfiUe 






5175. 


William Henry' 


6641. 
6607. 


O.vcar- 
Rhoda' 




Adrinnce 




Ahlrich 


6588. 


FthodH Helen' 


7*42. 


Henry Benson'* 


6094. 


Harriet AbigaiP 


8598e.Ricliani A. Steveiis' 


7S11. 


Isaac'' 


6093. 


Jennie Eliza^ 


6642. 


Kubv King^ 


7840. 


John Sabin^ 


7351. 


Viola K."' 


6623. 


Ruth' 


7843. 


"\'auderpooP 


6092. 


William Alouzo-' 



10S4 



■\YIIITMAX GKXEALOGY. 



No. 


Name. 


No. 


NiiTiie. 


No. 


N'arue. 




AUrn 


3390 


Judith U'eston" 




Andrus 


4H24 


.Mi-thu Maria^" 


1 15013 


Lena P.oso" 


7333. 


Ellen Amelia' 


35 24 


Alice A." 


3015 


Levi" 


7335. 


Ftta Jane" 


2758 


Alton Holmes" 


3049 


Le\r 


7334. 


Harriet PJIizabeih' 


34i>2 


-Alton irolmes' 


15014 


Liunie ^L^ud"' 






3384 


Anna J." 


3430. 


Li via" 




An'nH 


1443G 


Arlhnr Child" 


2735. 


Lizzie I'"ita" 


12567. 


Annie F' 
Henry W." 


3077 


Ascha- 


3405. 


Lois Jonc-s" 


12568. 


3201). 
3050. 


Beu^ey' 
Betsey True" 


14430. 

3408. 


Loius I'.'dmuijd" 
Lucy Townsend^ 


12569. 


Minnie" 


3048. 


Boyd" 


3080. 


Martha" 




Angier 


13849. 
337 J). 


Carlolta A.- 
Caroline Bradford' 


683. 

3417. 


Mary" 
Mary Ann" 


5G14. 
5619. 


Ezekiel Whitman' 
Frederick Willis' 


11994. 


Catharine G '' 


11995. 


^h'^^v .Su.-^an" 


5616. 


John Hatliawav'' 


1143. 
3385. 


Ceiia Whitman" 
Charle.-^ B.^ 


3474. 
14433. 


Matilda Anna- 
Minnie Bell" 


5615. 
5617. 


Laviuia Hathaway 
Lucia Whitman" 


144 32. 


Charlotte Harris" 


11996. 


Murrav'-' 


5618. 


Oakes' 


3522. 


Clarissa J." 


684. 


Oliver- 






3516. 


Clyde M." 


3520. 


Oscar F." 




Armstrong 


3377. 


Coluinbn.s" 


3524a 


.Oscar Fay'' 


1 1 1 95. 


Abbie Aun^ 


3400. 


De.xier Bearce' 


3473. 


Pliny' 


11193. 


Abc-l Wheelock* 


4517. 


p:dward Tyson* 


3395. 


Pliny- 


11194. 


Abel Wheelock" 


14435. 


Eiiie U'hitnaau' 


13847. 


Plinv A.^ 


9997. 


Ada" 


3517. 


Elbert L.'^ 


3440. 


Polly" 


10021. 


Apne.s^ 


301G. 


Electa- 


3078. 


Polly" 


10071. 


Aiuslev^ 


14434. 


Elizabeth Blood" 


1 3849a 


.Rebecca^ 


9996. 


A Vy^xV 


3421. 


Elizabelli T.- 


6272. 


Rosa Lrith.rop'' 


10045. 


Alfred^ 


3389. 


Ellen C.-' 


3420. 


lloxanna" 


10072. 


Alfred" 


14551. 


Enninie Mabel" 


3523. 


Selden H.- 


9990. 


Alfred H.'-* 


4326. 


Kstella Mnria- 


3401. 


Stillnian Thorpe"* 


9508. 


Alfred 0.^ 


3427. 


Kstber M alone" 


3521 


Thirza L." 


10034. 


Ann" 


3378. 


Etlian" 


6250. 


Wallace Leniau" 


1119G. 


Annie BelP 


305G. 


Eunice" 


347 7. 


Walter Baii'^rv" 


100371- 


.Annie E.^ 


3475. 


Flora" 


3519. 


Willie M." 


10073. 


Asa' 


3395; 


.Flora May^ 


685. 


~i 


10068. 


Belle G." 




15Q14a 


-Florence Eiliol" 


2705. 




1003S. 


Bessie G." 




13S4G. 


Francis G.'" 






10723. 


Charles D.^ 


14552. 


Frank Leon" 




A Ivurd 


10031. 


Charles F.^ 


3397. 
14431. 


Frank Shirley' 
Frodeiick Farrell" 


8068. 


Klijali Siaead'' 


10042. 
9505. 


Charles H.* 
Charles H.'' 


14553. 


George Morton" 






11191. 


Collis Byron^o 


6273. 


Grace Elmore" 




Amhennan 


10041. 


Edward" 


4516. 


Granville French'^ 


9350a 


.Benjamin S.- 


10051. 


Eliza" 


3518. 


Harry L.^ 


9352. 


Corren P." 


10516. 


P^lnora Whitman^ 


3439. 


Hira Jones"' 


9350. 


David W." 


10035. 


Ehvood' 


13S48. 


Howard T.^ 


9351. 


Frederick A.'-* 


H)037a 


.El wood" 


3376. 


Isaac'' 


9346. 


Lucy A." 


10027. 


Klwood H." 


33S3. 


Isaac" 


9344. 


Phebe Ann' 


1004G. 


Ernest" 


3404. 


Jacob" 


9313. 


Rebecca C* 


9509. 


Ernest H.-' 


3399. 


James' 






12378. 


Ernest Melville'* 


3055. 


James" 




Anders