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Full text of "Huckins family, Robert Huckins of the Dover combination and some of his descendants : a reprint with corrections and considerable additions, including one more generation, maps and indexes of the article bearing this sub-title, published in the New England historical and genealogical register, 1913-1915"

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HUCKINS FAMILY 



ROBERT HUCiaNS OF THE DOVER COMBINATION 
AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 



A Reprint with Corrections and Considerable Additions 

including one more generation 

Maps and Indexes 

OF THE Article bearing this Sub-Title 

published in 

The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 

1913-1915 



HENRY WINTHROP HARDON, A.M., LL.B., 

Sometime Professor of Law at Cornell, late Professor of Law at Columbia, 
Member of various Historical Societies 



PRIVATELY PRINTED 
1916 



Of this book there have been printed 

175 copies only. 

This copy is No...,7..-?. 



COPVKIGHT 1916 BY UESRY WIXTHKOP HARDON 



Press of JBaiiiti Clapp .^ Son 
BOSTON. MASS. 



TO 

THE LADY 

WHOSE EXAMPLE 

STIMULATED MY INTEREST 

IN GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH 

MY MOTHER 

WHO BEFORE HER MARRIAGE WAS 

ANNA WALLACE WILSON 

DAUGHTER OF 

NATHANIEL WILSON ESQ. 

AND 

RUTH JANE (SEWARD) 

(14, VIII, 8) 



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CONTENTS 

Robert Huckins and so3ie of his Descendants - 3 

Jonathan Huckins and some of his Descendants - 133 

Additions and Corrections - - - _ _ 135 

Indexes ------___ 141 

]Maps of Oyster Kiver and of Durham - - _ 4 

Map of Xew Hampshire ---.__ 191 



INTRODUCTION 

The origin of the name Huckins, with its viiriants Huckin, Huckings, 
Hucking, Huggins, Huggin, Hockins, Hockin, is the English Christian 
name Hugh in its diminutive form Hughin or Hughon. A current exam- 
ple of such a diminutive is the word violin, that is the little viol, the fiddle 
with four strings instead of six.* This diminutive termination in in or 
on must have been enormouslj' popular in France during the period when 
French was the language of the upper classes in England. The French 
fashion adopted by them spread rapidly among the English folk.f 

The change from Hugh to Hughin, Huggin, Huckin, could hardly be 
made now by any English-speaking j^eople, but it must be recalled that at 
the time of the Norman conquest and for several centuries thereafter the 
consonant g had its full value in the pronounciation of English, very much 
as in German at the present time. Aided by the prevailing fashion it was 
easy to convert Hoog, which fairly represents the early pronunciation of 
Hugh, into Hughin, Huggin, Huckin. The addition of the final s may 
represent the word son, as in Williams, Roberts, Jones, or may be a mere 
variation resulting from popular analogy, readily made and adopted at a 
time when surnames were all more or less in a state of flux and had not 
yet been fixed by the spread of popular education. 

That Robert Huckins came from the southtoest of England is a fair infer- 
ence from two facts. The surname is very common there, especially so in 
Devonshire and Cornwall. It is known that the early settlers in New 
Hampshire came chiefly from that region. 

21ie year of Robert Huckins'' s arrival in New England must be left to con- 
jecture. His name has not been found in any record prior to the Dover 
combination, dated October 22, 1640. The Hiltons had made a settle- 
ment at Dover as early as 1623. Ten years later Lord Saye and Sele and 
Lord Brook, who with their associates had acquired an interest in the 
New Hampshire patent, sent out a large company. They sailed from 
Bristol, and Dr. Quint suggests they were largely recruited in the neigh- 
borhood. Robert Huckins may have been one of them. If so he must 
then have been a young man, perhaps still in his teens. 

In August 1632 one George Ludlow receipted^ to William Hilton for 
goods of John Hockings. He was probably the man who got into the records 
in 1634 as John Hockin or Hocking. This circumstance was due to his 
violent death at the hands of the Plymouth Colony men in that year. John 
Hockin was then in the Kennebec river, apparently in command of a pin- 
nace belonging to Lord Saye and Sele and Lord Brook. The Kennebec 
was also claimed by Plymouth Colony as part of its grant, and men from 
that colony were also in the river trading with the Indians. They resent- 
ed Hockin's intrusion, and to drive him out proceeded to cut one of the 
hawsers holding his vessel at anchor. Hockin warned them that if they 
attempted to cut his other hawser he would shoot the man who did so. 
They made the attempt and Hockin shot his man. The Plymouth men 

* Compare also the French equivalent, \-iolon. 

tBardsley, Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature, p. 18, mentions an instance from 
the DeLacy Inquisitions of 1311. See further ibid, pp. 17-20. 
+ York Deeds, vol. 1, fol. 60. 



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then shot Hockiu.* The similarity of name suggests the possibility that 
John Hockin or Hockings and Robert Huckins were relatives, and if so they 
may both have been in New England in 1G32. 

The only other early settler in New England of the Huchins name men- 
tioned in Savage's Genealogical Dictionary is Thomas Huckins, who was 
at Barnstable in Plymouth Colony in 1G40. The author of Genealogical 
Notes of Barnstable Families suggestsf that the similarity of Christian 
names in the Huckins families of Dover and Barnstable indicates rela- 
tionship between them. The name Robert does not occur at all in the 
Barnstable family. The existence of the common names John, James and 
Thomas in both families affords a slender basis for the inference of rela- 
tionship. 

The main sources of information as to the early generations of Robert 
Huckins's descendants are the colony probate records, quarter session rec- 
ords and registrar's records, now all collected in the office of the Secretary 
of State at Concord, N. H., and town records of births, marriages and 
deaths, copies of which are now filed in the Bureau of Vital Statistics at 
Concord. An important further source is of course the Oyster River 
church records, part of which have been published in the N. E. Historical and 
Genealogical Register. 1 have made careful inquiry for old family Bibles 
and have thus obtained information not otherwise available. These and 
other sources of less importance are generally noted in the text. 

After the earlier part of this com2:)ilation was in print the History of 
Durham, N. H., edited by Dr. Stackpole with the assistance of Mr. 
Thompson and Mr. Meserve, which I have cited as Stackpole's Durham, 
was published. Dr. Stackpole has had abundant experience in the prepara- 
tion of historical and genealogical works. The History of Durham is a 
scholarly pi-oduction of the first rank in its kind. It will be read with de- 
light by all those persons who descend from the early Durham families 
and who have an intelligent interest in the lives of their ancestors. 

For the purpose of collecting information of the present and recent gen- 
erations I have in general resorted to inquiries of all the descendants of 
Robert Huckins of matux'8 age living during the progress of my compila- 
tion whose addresses I could obtain. If on a first application I failed to 
receive information in part or in whole, I have sent further requests for 
information, as a rule at least three times, before abandoning the attempt. 
Readers of my book, therefore, will know that if the information I pre- 
sent about some branch of the family is incomplete, it is not because the 
living members of that branch have not had repeated opportunity to com- 
plete it. 

In some cases, doubtless, information was deliberately withheld. In 
other cases it may well be assumed, if the persons of whom I have made 
inquiries were of advanced age, that their memory had failed or that the 
ditiiculty of preparing a reply was for them too great. I have reason to 
suspect liowever that my failure to get information from younger persons 
was due to lack of an intelligent interest in family history, to mere sloth 
and indolence, or perhaps to an unintelligent apprehension that my in- 
quiries were a preliminary to an invitation to buy a "gold brick" from 
Wall Street. One only of my correspondents was so shameless as to de- 
mand money for unimportant family information he possessed. He subse- 

* Savage's Winthrop, pp. 155-6, 166, 174; Bradford's History of Plymouth, pp. 377-84; 
JV. E. Hist, and Gen. Register, vol. 9, p. 80. 
t Vol. 2, p. 53. 



quently repented and was diligent and successful in completing the account 
of his immediate branch. 

As a general rule persons who, as it appeared, had been successful in 
life, who were in charge of important business interests or had had the ad- 
vantage of a superior education, replied promptly and fully to my in- 
quiries. While a just family pride and an intelligent interest in family 
history are by no means confined to the prosperous or to persons of su- 
pei'ior education, it is certainly more common among them than among the 
poor or comparatively ignorant. I conclude that the qualities which tend 
to make a j^erson prosperous or intelligent find their expression, among 
other things, in a courteous, prompt and business-like response to the in- 
quiries, even of a stranger, for information about details of family history. 
To avoid errors and omissions I have in general submitted the manu- 
script as I completed it and the printer's proofs when ready to those per- 
sons among the living descendants of Robert Huckins who I thought might 
be able to supply corrections. I assume that in spite of this precaution 
errors and omissions will still be discovered. I shall be grateful to any 
person who will point them out or furnish further information. 

lliis hook is not complete. Probably no family history ever was or ever 
will be complete. 

It is incomplete in part by design, for I have purposely refrained from 
including the descendants of children of daughters. This I did in part be- 
cause it is the usual practice in comjnlations of this kind, but in part also 
because I wished to make sure that my compilation was preserved in 
print. To have completed the lines of descent from children of daughters 
would, as I find, have more than doubled the work and greatly increased the 
time required for its comjdetion. 1 have, however, collected a considera- 
ble mass of information about the descendants of children of daughters 
which, if I never print it, will probably be deposited in safe custody with 
some society such as the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 
where the manuscript will be accessible to subsequent investigators. 
Meantime I will answer all reasonable inquii-ies for information about such 
descendants. 

This compilation is also incomplete in part because I have 1)cen unable 
after some years of search to find descendants in some lines, or to identify 
as descendants persons whose lines I have investigated. A considerable 
amount of material collected in the course of such investigations may be 
published hereafter in a second volume, or if not will be deposited as above 
indicated for safe keeping. 

A historical 7iote of the political changes involved in this family history 
will not be out of place here. The first settlement in old Dover was made 
on Hilton's Point, the extreme southeasterly part of the present city. A 
new settlement followed on or near Oyster Eiver, which flows into the 
Great Bay about two miles west of Hilton's Point. In 1C51 this settle- 
ment became a sejjarate parish under the name Oyster River and in 1732 
was incorporated as Durham. The westerly part of Durham was incor- 
porated as Lee in 1766. A wedge-shaped district taken from the souther- 
ly part of Dover and the northerly parts of Durham and Lee became a 
separate parish in 1755 and was incorporated as Madbury in 1768. Mean- 
time, in 1713, Newlugton, embracing all that part of old Dover east of the 
Great Bay, had become a separate town. 

In 1641 Dover, with the rest of New Hampshire, was annexed to Mas- 
sachusetts Bay Colony, and formed a part of the old county of Norfolk. 
It was reconstituted a separate province in 1679. 



The subsequent migration qfihe Huchins family^ io common with that of other 
New Ilampshu-e families living near the sea coast, requires a brief comment. 
Until the close of the French ajid Indian war the settlements in New Hamp- 
shire were all near the coast. The danger of attacks from Indians, which even 
the coast towns did not escape, prevented the ingress of settlers into the 
interior. The cession of Canada removed this danger, but settlers could 
enter only along a road, and no road had been ojiened into the wilderness. 
In 17G3 the provincial legislature passed an act providing for the con- 
struction of a ix>ad to run generally northwest from Durham through Bar- 
rington, Barnstead and Gilmanton to the Weirs at Lake Winnipesaukee, 
thence by way of Holderness to Plymouth, and up the valley of the 
Baker River and over the divide to the Connecticut River at Haverhill, and 
thence north along the river to Coos. In 1768 the committee appointed 
under the act reported that it had laid out a good passable highway from 
Durham Falls to Cooi.* Along this road, then and since called the Prov- 
ince Road, the tide of migration began speedily to flow into the back 
country, and the Huckins family began to move west. In 177.3 Joseph* 
Huckins and his son Joseph^ were at Gilmanton, and James^ Iluckins at 
Barnstead, In 1777 Isaac* Huckins was at Barnstead. During the Revo- 
lution a new road from Wells River, opposite Haverhill, was constructed 
north into Canada for military purposes, and over the two roads members 
of the Huckins family of tlie sixth generation passed into Canada and over 
the ice of the St. Lawrence to Kingston, or still further west to Whitby, 
on the north sliore of Lake Ontario, a few miles east of Toronto. Others 
travelled over the snow or by wagon into the southern peninsula of On- 
tario, and thence spread into Michigaa. All these persons were real 
pioneers. They all migrated before railroads had been built, and when 
they came back to the East to see their relatives and friends they walked 
or came on horseback. I have seen one of them who told me he had 
walked three times as a young man from London, Ontario, to southern 
New Hampshire and back. In recent years members of the family have 
spread into t)ie remotest parts of the United States, and are now to be 
found in I'exas, Southern California and in Washington, as well as in the 
Middle West. 

Tlie accounr of llie Indian M-assacre of 1689 I here reprint from Mather's 
Magnalia. The author was in the Class of 1678 at Harvard College. 
Rev. John Pike, the clergyman at Dover at the time of the massacre, was 
of the Class of 1675. To him Mather was doubtless indebted for the ac- 
count of the massat^r-^. 

" On A'j_; ; ! -^^ ^^^9 .... the Indians that lay skulking after the 
Indian f;!>Jii:iii iu iL^' thick woods took notice how many men belong'd 
unto Liei't. Huckin's garrison: and seeing 'em all go out unto their 
daily v/ork, nimhly ran so between them and the garrison as to kill 
'email (about eighteen) but one, who being accidentally gone over the 
river, escaped tln'ia. Then i\\Qy attacqued the garrison, in which 
there were now on]\' two boys (and one of them lame), with some 
women an<l childreu : but these two boys very mavfidly held 'em in 
play a considerable while and wounded several of them, and kept 
them oil, till the assailants had found a way to set t!ie house on fire 
over their heads. They then urging 'em to surrender for the sake of 
the goods, the boys {brave boys truly) would not, untill they had 
solemnly promised 'em their lives. But the perfidious wretches broke 

• N. II. State Papers, vol. 18, pp, 555, 5S4; N. H. Province Laws, vol. 3, pp. 338, 351-2. 



their promise, for they presently killed three or four of the children. 
However, one of the minulius\s, the day after, very happily got out 
of their clatches."* 
The maps of Oyster River Plantation and of Durham are taken re- 
spectively from the History of Durham, by permission of the town authori- 
ties, and from the U. S. Topographical Survey. On the latter I have in- 
dicated the site of the Ilackins garrison. Both maps are upon substantially 
the same scale, one inch to the mile, exactly in the Durham map, approxi- 
mately in the Oyster River Map. 

The abbreviations used in this compilation are with one exception in 
common use and cannot be misunderstood. The exception is the mark % 
which I have used to indicate the names of some persons now dead, from 
whom in their lifetime I received information used ia this book. I have 
also used i\\e mark ^ made with a rubber stamp to call attention to the 
additions and corrections printed at pages 135-8 of the book. 

The names of places not followed by further designation are, with the ex- 
ce23tion of a few large cities, such as Boston, New York and Chicago, in 
the State of New Hampshire. 

HENRY W. HARDON 
60 Wall Street, New York» 
April 11, 1&16 



*For farther details see Stackpole's Durliara, vol. 1, p. 87- 



HUCKINS FAMILY 



Robert Huckins of the Dover Combination and some of 
HIS Descendants 



EGBERT HUCiaNS OF THE DOVER COMBINATION 
AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 



1. Robert^ Hdckins was born probably in Devonshire or Cornwall 
about 1620. He is first mentioned in any American record which, has 
come to light as one of the forty-two signers of the Dover Combination, 
dated 22 Oct. 1640 (Register, vol. 33, p. 93). In 1641 he was in that 
part of Dover then called Oyster River and now called Durham, and he 
signed the letter of the inhabitants of Northam, as Dover was then called, 
of 1641 to the Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony protesting against 
annexation to that Colony (N. H. State Papers, vol. 1, p. 128). In 1642 
he had a grant of a twenty-acre lot, No. 16, on the Back River (Register, 
vol. 7, p. 156, and vol. 33, p. 96). His name appears in none of the Dover 
tax lists, and this aifords room for the inference that his estate was em- 
ployed in catching, curing or transporting fish, and was thus exempt from 
taxation (Hutchinson, vol. 1, p. 90, ed. 3). 

" Old Mr. Huckins " was killed by the Indians at Oyster River 18 July 
1694, according to Pike's Journal (Register, vol. 33, p. 96; Quint's 
Dover, pp. 81, 274, 277 ; Belknap's History, p. 138). The name of his 
wife has not been found. 

Children, born probably at Oyster River : 
2. i. James, '^ b. abt. 1644. 

ii. Sarah, b. 1654 (Register, vol. 7, p. 156). 

Probably others of whom no record has been found. 

2. Lieut. James^ Huckins {Roheri^), husbandman, miller, was born 
probably at Oyster River, Dover, doubtless as early as 1644, for in 
1664 he was taxed (Register, vol. 4, p. 249). 

He married,* probably about 1671 \ib., vol. 7, p. 121), Sarah^ 
BuRNHAM, daughter of Robert^ and Frances (N. H. Deeds, vol. 
107, pp. 357, 359 ; N. H. Gen. Record, vol. 5, p. 190). She was 
born at Oj'ster River about 1654, for she deposed 31 Dec. 1673, 
"about 19 years of age" (N. H. Court Papers, 1672-3, p. 395). 
She married secondly, 17 Oct. 1700, Capt. John^ Woodman (Lieut. 
Edward^) of Oyster River, who had been received as an inhabitant 
in 1657 (Quint's Dover, p. 33 ; Hoyt's Old Families of Salisbury 
and Amesbury, p. 366), and became successively commissioner, 
1658, representative, 1684, delegate, 1690, and judge of Common 
Pleas, 1702-5 (Register, vol. 9, p. 145). She is not mentioned 
in his will of 20 Dec. 1705 (N. H. State Papers, vol. 31, p. 545), 
and was probably then dead. 

In 1676 Lieut. James Huckins was constable (Quint's Dover, 
p. 14), and in 1687 he was one of the two selectmen for Oyster 
River Parish {ih., p. 3). 

* A deed of 19 Api-. 1675 of gift "gratisly & ffreely " by William Beard and Eliza- 
beth ux. to James Huckins " wt^out any entail*" suggests the possibility of a former 
marriage to a daughter of William and Elizabeth Beard (N. H. Deeds, vol. 3, p. 127a). 



He had a garrison-house, which stood in the outskirts of the 
Oyster River settlement, a few rods south of the house owned in 
1910 by Andrew E. Meserve, east of the raih-oad and on the north 
side of the second road crossed by the raih'oad as it runs from Dur- 
ham station to Dover. In Aug. 1689 the Indians ambushed and 
slew him and seventeen men belonging to the garrison while they 
were at work in the field which belonged in 1910 to the widow of 
Joseph W. Coe, and lay south-east of the garrison beyond Huckina 
Brook. There they were all buried under a mound which in 1910 
still existed in the south-east corner of the field. The Indians then at- 
tacked the garrison-house, which was defended by two boys only 
and some women and children. They managed to set fire to the 
roof of the garrison, but the boys — " brave boys truly," says 
Mather — held out till the Indians promised to spare the lives of all. 
Yet they killed three or four of the children and carried away the 
rest of the inmates, except one of the boys, doubtless Robert' 
Huckins, who escaped the next day (Mather's Magnalia, App. Art. 
vi. ; Belknap's History of New Hampshire, vol. 1, p. 205 ; Register, 
vol. 7, p. 156; N. H. Gen. Record, vol. 3, p. 80). The garrison- 
house was destroyed (Thompson's Landmarks, p. 173, note 2). 
Lieut. Huckins's widow was recovered at Fort Androscoggin* after 
a year of captivity. 

Children, born at Oyster River (Register, vol. 7, p. 121) : 
3. i. Robert,' born probably 12 Dec. 1672, although the record, if cor- 
rectly transcribed, says "• Sarah." 
11. Sarah, b. 12 Dec. 1674; d. s.p.(?) 14 Oct. 1705 (N.H. Gen. Record, 
vol. 3, p. 145) ; m. James' Chesley, son of Philip^ (Philip') and 
Sarah of Oyster River, b. at Oyster River 1G72(?), d. 15 Sept. 
1707. 
iii. James, b. 16 July 1675 ; d. s. p. bef . 1699. 

Probably othersf, none of whom survived the massacre of 1689. 

3. Robert'' Huckins (James,^ Robert^), yeoman, miller, born in Oyster 
River Parish, Dover, about 1672, married about 1692 Welthen' 
Thomas, daughter of James^ and Martha^ (Goddard) (N. H. Deeds, 
vol. 17, pp. 53, 55; N. H. State Papers, vol. 31, pp. 101, 138; 
N. H. Court Papers, 1692-3, pp. 149, 1^1, 243, 247-8, 353 ; N. H. 
Gen. Record, vol. 5, p. 190). She was born at Dover and married 
secondly, before 1 Apr. 1727, John Gray (Register, vol. 33, p. 
346). 

Robert Huckins doubtless rebuilt the garrison-house on or near 
the old site. In 1701 he had a mill on Huckins Brook, east of the 
house (Thompson's Landmarks, p. 109). In 1698, as "eldest son 
and heir of James Huckins, the only son and successor of Robert 
Huckins, deceased," he conveyed 6 acres on Cocheco Marsh which 
had been granted to Robert^ Huckins in 1648 (N. H. Deeds, vol. 6, 
p. 206). In 1705 he had administration upon the estate of " Robert 
Huckins, his grandfather" (N. H. State Papers, vol. 31, p. 545). 
He was successively selectman, assessor and constable at Dover. 

He was baptized 17 Jan. 1719/20, in his last sickness (Register, 

* On what is now Laurel Hill at Auburn, Me. 

t " There is a tradition of a previous marriage of Robert Tiiompson [born not later 
than 1688-90, who married as early as 1722 Abigail Emerson,] to Mary Huckins, but 
of this I find no record, and if it took place she must have died soon after leaving no 
children" (Memoir of Judge Ebenezer Thompson, p. 7 note). 



He had a garrison-house, which stood in the outskirts of the 
Oyster River settlement, a few rods south of the house owned in 
1910 by Andi'ew E. Meserve, east of the railroad and on the north 
side of the second road crossed by the railroad as it runs from Dur- 
ham station to Dover. In Aug. 1G89 the Indians ambushed and 
slew him and seventeen men belonging to the garrison while they 
were at work in the field which belonged in 1910 to the widow of 
Joseph W. Coe, and lay south-east of the garrison beyond Iluckina 
Brook. There they were all buried under a mound which in 1910 
still existed in the south-east corner of the field. The Indians then at- 
tacked the garrison-house, which was defended by two boys only 
and some women and children. They managed to set fire to the 
roof of the garrison, but the boys — " brave boys truly," says 
Mather — held out till the Indians promised to spare the lives of all. 
Yet they killed three or four of the children and carried away the 
rest of the inmates, except one of the boys, doubtless Robert' 
Huckins, who escaped the next day (Mather's Magnalia, App. Art. 
vi. ; Belknap's History of New Hampshire, vol. 1, p. 205 ; Register, 
vol. 7, p. 156; N. H. Gen. Record, vol. 3, p. 80). The garrison- 
house was destroyed (Thompson's Landmarks, p. 173, note 2). 
Lieut. Huckins's widow was recovered at Fort Androscoggin* after 
a year of captivity. 

Children, born at Oyster River (Register, vol. 7, p. 121) : 
3. i. Robert,'' born probably 12 Dec. 1672, although the record, if cor- 
rectly transcribed, says "• Sarah." 
ii. Sakah, b. 12 Dec. 1674; d. s.p.(?) 14 Oct. 1705 (N. H. Gen. Record, 
vol. 3, p. 145) ; m. James'' Chesley, son of Philip'^ (Philip') and 
Sarah of Oyster River, b. at Oyster River 1672(?), d. 15 Sept. 
1707. 
iii. J.^MES, b. 16 July 1675 ; d. s. p. bef . 1699. 

Probably othersf, none of whom survived the massacre of 1689. 

3. Robert^ Huckins {James^ Robert^), yeoman, miller, born in Oyster 
River Parish, Dover, about 1672, married about 1692 Welthen' 
Thomas, daughter of James^ and Martha^ (Goddard) (N. H. Deeds, 
vol. 17, pp. 53, 55; N. H. State Papers, vol. 31, pp. 101, 138; 
N. H. Court Papers, 1692-3, pp. 149, l%\, 243, 247-8, 353 ; N. H. 
Gen. Record, vol. 5, p. 190). She was born at Dover and married 
secondly, before 1 Apr. 1727, John Gray (Register, vol. 33, p. 
346). 

Robert Huckins doubtless rebuilt the garrison-house on or near 
the old site. In 1701 he had a mill on Huckins Brook, east of the 
house (Thompson's Landmarks, p. 109). In 1698, as "eldest son 
and heir of James Huckins, the only son and successor of Robert 
Huckins, deceased," he conveyed 6 acres on Cocheco Marsh which 
had been granted to Robert^ Huckins in 1648 (N. H. Deeds, vol. 6, 
p. 206). In 1705 he had administration upon the estate of " Robert 
Huckins, his grandfather" (N. H. State Papers, vol. 31, p. 545). 
He was successively selectman, assessor and constable at Dover. 

He was baptized 17 Jan. 1719/20, in his last sickness (Register, 

* On what is now Laurel Hill at Auburn, Me. 

t " Tiiere is a tradition of a previous marriage of Robert Thompson [born not later 
than 1688-90, who married as early as 1722 Abigail Emerson,] to Mary Huckins, but 
of this I find no record, and if it took place she must have died soon after leaving no 
children" (Memoir of Judge Ebenezer Thompson, p. 7 note). 




Oyster River Pl/ 



vol. 30, p. 59). His will, dated 9 Jan. and proved 2 Mar. of that 
year, mentions his wife Welthen and all his children, and his 
brother-in-law James^ (James^) Bunker, who had married Anne'' 
Thomas, sister of Robert's wife (N. H. Probate Records, vol. 6, 
p. 162). The inventory includes his homestead of 70 acres, 30 acres 
of woodland, one-eighth of a saw-mill at Webster's Falls and 4 guns, 
the whole amounting to £606. 14. 0. 

Children,* born at Oyster River : 
i. Mary,* b. abt. 1693 ; m. bef . 9 Jan. 1719/20 William' Drew, son of 
Thomas* (William^) and Mary (Bunker) , of Oyster River, farmer, 
town officer, b. 9 mo. 1692. 
Children, b. at Oyster Elver : 

1. William,^ of Durham, was living 1755. 

2. Benjamin^ of Durham, was living 1764 ; m. Elizabeth . 

3. Love., m. Elijah Tibbetts. 

ii. Hannah, b. abt. 1695; m. (1) bef. 9 Jan. 1719/20 John* Chesley, 
son of Thomas' (Thomas,'* Philip*) and Aim, of Oyster River, b. 
abt. 1690, d. 21 May 1719, administration on his estate to widow 
Hannah 27 Aug. 1719 (N. H. State Papers, vol. 32) ;*m. (2) Job' 
RuNNELLS (Reynolds), sou of Job'* (William*), of Oyster River, 
1713, farmer, town officer, d. bef. 1764. 
Children, by first husband, b. at Oyster River : 

1. John,^ m. Sarah . 

2. Thomas y m. Deborah . 

Children, by second husband, b. at Oyster River (Rmmells Family 
pp. 121-32) : 

3. Abigail, bapt. 8 Apr. 1722; d. abt. 1784; m. Miles* Randall, s. 

of Nathaniel' and Mary (Hodgdon) of Durham (Lee), farmer, 
county magistrate (Cogswell's Nottingham, p. 755), b. abt. 
1721, d. abt. 1789. 

4. Mary, b. 15 May 1724; bapt. 21 June 1724; m. Nathaniel* Ran- 

dall, son of Nathaniel' and Mary (Hodgdon) of Lee, b. 5 Mar. 
1723, d. 1814. 

5. Lieut. Job, of Durham (Lee), farmer, town officer, bapt 16 

Apr. 1727; m. Sarah , who m. (2) John Hill of Not- 
tingham. 

6. Hannah^ b. 7 June 1728; bapt. 15 June 1728; m. Samuel Lang- 

ley, of Lee, farmer. 
1. Samuel, of Peeling (Woodstock), b. abt. 1730; m. (2) Love 
Tibbetts. 

8. Jonathan, of Durham (Lee), yeoman, town officer, d. bef. 1808 ; 

m. 24 Aug. 1757, Keziah Carter, b. 22 Feb. 1782, d. Nov. 1831. 

9. Susan, m. (1) 21 June 1749 Samuel Thompson, of Durham 

(Lee) ; m. (2) 24 Dec. 1755 Jonathan Thompson, of Durham 
(Lee). 
10. Enoch, of Canterbury, 1779, husbandman, d. in Canada; m. 

Frances . 

iii. Elizabeth, m. bef. 9 Jan. 1719/20 Richard(?) Clark. 

4. iv. Jajies, b. abt. 1701; bapt. 1 Jan. 1720/1 (i6., vol. 30, p. 60) ; eldest 

son, not of age when his father died. 

5. V. John, b. abt. 1704; bapt. 1 Jan. 1720/1 (ib.). 

vi. Sarah, b. 5 Feb. 1707 (family Bible of Joseph Tibbetts, infra) , bapt. 
31 Dec. 1721 (Register, vol. 30, p. 61), d. 13 Feb. 1776, m. (1) 
Michael' Emerson, sou of Samuel'* (Michael*) and Judith (Davis) , 
of Dover, farmer, b. at Dover 4 Jan. 1701 (town rec), adminis- 
tration on his estate 9 Nov. 1734; m. (2) 1735(?) Joseph* Tib- 
betts, sou of Ephraim' (Jeremiah,'* Henry*) and Rose (Austin), 
of Rochester, farmer, b. at Dover 4 Nov. 1702 (N. H. Gen. Record, 
vol. 2, p. 76), d. at Rochester 20 Jan. 1776. 

« The order of births may be inferred from the order in which the children are men- 
tioned in the will, together with the baptisms. 



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Children by first husband, b. at Dover (Haverhill Emersons, 
pp. 38-9) : 

1. Samuel,^ of Dover, farmer, b. 1 Sept. 1726 ; d. 7 Oct. 1785 ; m. 
14 Nov. 1748 Dorothy Chamberlain, dau. of William and Mary 
Tibbetts), b. at Dover 7 Mar. 1731, bapt. 21 Mar. 1731,!; m. (2) 
Jeremiah Berry, of Rye, d. 18 Feb. 1825. 

2. Hannah, b. 24 May, 1729 ; m. William Allen, of Rochester. 

3. Abigail, b. 27 Feb. 1731 ; d. 11 Nov. 1822 ; m. 3 Oct. 1750, Sergt. 

John Thompson, s. of Capt. Jonathan and Sarah (Buruham) , of 
Durham, farmer, b. at Oyster River Sept. 1721 (N. H. Gen. 
Record, vol. 1, p. 99), d. 3 Dec. 1794. 
Children by second husband, b. at Rochester (family Bible in 

possession, 1910, of the representatives of George W. Lord, late of 

Berwick, Me.) : 

4. Love, b. 15 June 1736 ; d. 8 Mar. 1811 ; m. 13 Nov. 1754 (N. H. 

Gen. Record, vol. 1, p. 59) John Canney, s. of Thomas and Rose 
(Tuttle), of Dover, farmer, b. at Dover 1 May 1728 (ib. vol 2, 
p. 80), d. 29 Jan. 1812. 

5. i?ose, b. 9 May 1739; d. at Tuftonborough 1833; m. 17 Nov. 

1756 (ib. vol. 1, p. 59) William Canney, s. of Thomas and Rose 
(Tuttle), of Dover, farmer, b. at Dover 7 Feb. 1727 (i6. vol. 2, 
p. 80),d. 1816. 

6. Joseph, of Rocliester, farmer, b. 30 Oct. 1741, d. 5 Nov. 1823; 

m. 20 Nov. 1763 (ib. vol. 1, p. 63) Elizabeth^" Hussey, dau. of 
Joseph^ (Richard^) and Elizabeth (Robinson-Tibbetts), b. at 
Dover, 20, 10 mo. 1740 {ib. vol. 3, p. 33), d. 24 Jan. 1819 (ib. 
vol. 7, p. 5). 

7. Fhebe, b. 5 Apr. 1744; d. 24 Jan. 1823; m. 1761 (?) John Pink- 

ham, s. of Otis and Abigail (Tibbetts), of Dover, farmer, b. 
at Dover 29 Aug. 1739 (ib. vol. 2, p. 125), d. 14 Aug. 1815. 

8. Edmund, of Farmiugton, farmer, b. 14 July 1747; d. 6 Mar. 

1817; m. Mary White. 

9. Bobert, of Rochester, farmer, b. 9 May 1752 ; d. 23 Aug. 1829 ; 

m. Rose Tibbetts, dau. of Elijah and Love (Drew), 
vli. Rachkl, youngest daughter, bapt. 19 June 1726 (Register, vol. 32, 
p. 135), m. 14 Dec. 1727, Robert^ Jordan, son of Jedediah^ (Rev. 
Robert!) (^7,.^ yol. 23, p. 180 ; Jordan Memorial, p. 329), of Kittery, 
Me., Spurwiuk (Cape Elizabeth), Me., farmer, b. at Kittery, Me., 
1704. 

Children, b. at Spurwink (Cape Elizabeth), Me. (ib., p. 335) : 

1. Bobert,^ of Spurwiuk, Me., yeoman, b. 1728. 

2. Edmund, of Spurwink, Me., yeoman, b. 1729. 

3. Hannah, b. 1731 ; m. 1745 Samuel* Jordan, s. of Jedediah,^ of 

Spurwink, Me., yeoman. 

4. Abigail, b. 1733; m. 13 July 1751 Aaron Bickford, who d. bef. 

21 Jan. 1771. 

5. Lucy, b. 1734; m. Plummer, who d. bef. 21 Jan. 1771. 

G. Sarah, b. 1736; m. 1749 Solomon Jackson, yeoman. 

7. Olive, b. 1737; m. 30 Nov. 1757 George Trundy, yeoman. 

8. Temperance, b. 1739 ; m. 4 Feb. 1758 Jacob McKenuey, of Scar- 

borough, Me., yeoman. 

9. Bachel, b. 1741; d. unm. 

10. Margery, b. 1743; d. unm. 

11. Welthen, b. 1744; m. 18 Apr. 1766 Lemuel Dyer, of Golds- 

borough, Me., mariner. 

12. Mary, b. 1747 ; m. Benjamin Thomas, of Islesboro, Me. 

6. viii. Robert, b. 14 Oct. 1708 (famUy Bible) ; bapt. 31 Dec. 1721 (Regis- 

ter, vol. 30, p. 61). 

7. ix. Thomas, b. abt. 1710. 

8. X. JosEi'H, b. abt. 1714; bapt. 5 June 1726, "ab* 12 years old" (46., 

vol. 32, p. 135). 

4. James^ Huckins {Robert,^ James^ Robert^), born in Oyster Eiver 
Parish about 1701, married, after 7 June 1719 (Register, vol. 24, 



p. 29) and before 30 June 1723 {ib., vol. 23, p. 298), Hannah" 
"Williams, daughter of John- (William^) and Ruth (N. II. Probate 
Records, vol. 15, p. 419; N. H. Deeds, vol. 29, p. 507), who was 
born at Oyster River. r He is ^jrobably the "James Iluckins of 
Dover" who married, 6 May 1756, Abigail Spencer of Durham 
(Rev. John Adams's record). He was killed in the French and 
Indian War, 1755-63 (Quint's Dover, p. 263 ; Halls of New Eng- 
land, p. 163). 

By his father's will he received " all my land on the south side 
of the [Dover] highway with the houses and buildings thereon," 
30 acres, opposite the site of the garrison-house. 

In 1740 he was a member of the Second Foot Company at Dover 
(N. H. State Papers, vol. 9, p. 175). In 1755 he was in Tasker's 
company for the Crown Point expedition (Adjutant-General's Re- 
port, 1866, vol. 2, p. 137), which took part in the Battle of Lake 
George, 8 Sept. 1755. 

Children, born at Oyster River : 
i. RuTH,» bapt. 22 Mar. 1723/4 (Register, vol. 32, p. 134) ; m. abt. 
1745 John Foye of Madbury and Barrington. 
Children :* 

1. John,^ m. Janet Clark. 

2. Stephen, of Barrington, b. 29 Apr. 1748; m. (1) Hannah Davis; 

m. (2) 17 Apr. 1777 (town records) Deborah Swain, dau. of 
Micajah. 

3. Samuel. 

4. Mary. 
6. Sarah. 
6. Hannah. 

ii. Hannah, bapt. 1 May 1726 (Register, vol. 32, p. 135). 

iii. Elizabeth, bapt. 21 Apr. 1728 (ib., vol. 33, p. 347). 

iv. Sarah, b. 6 May 1733; d. 7 Apr. 1821; m. 1756 Benjamin'* Hall, 

son of Benjamin' and Frances (Willey), of Barrington, farmer, 

soldier in the Revolution, b. at Dover 12 Dec. 1730, d. 30 Oct. 

1810 (Quint's Dover, p. 262 ; Wentworth Genealogy, vol. 1, p. 

480; Halls of New England, p. 163). 
Children, b. at Barrington {ib.) : 

1. Ebenezer,^ b. 8 Apr. 1756. 

2. Abigail, b. Sept. 1758; d. 14 July 1791; m. Oct. 1779 (town 

records) George Berry of Strafford, farmer. 

3. Hannah, b. 7 Jan. 1761 ; d. 23 Mar. 1783 ; m. 8 Apr. 1782 Nathan* 

Foss, son of NathaUi^* of Barrington, farmer. 

4. Frances, b. 28 Aug. 1763 ; d. unm. 28 Jan. 1848. 

5. Jonathan, b. 29 Apr. 1766. 

6. Sarah, b. 22 July 1768 ; m. 31 Jan. 1792 (town records) Jonathan 

Clark of Barrington. 

7. 3Iary, b. 9 Mar. 1772. 

8. Benjami7i, b. 3 May 1775; d. 1776. 

9. John (twin), b. 27 Sept. 1777; d. Jan. 1778. 
10. Lois (twin), b. 27 Sept. 1777. 

9. V. James, b. 14 Oct. 1746 (family Bible). 

Perhaps others, as there are no Oyster River baptismal records after 
29 Mar. 1730 until 1749 (Register, vol. 33, p. 349). 

5. Capt, John^ Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), yeoman, born at 
Oyster River Parish about 1704, was of Cocheco Parish in 1741, 
Madbury District in 1743 and Barrington (Strafford) in 1773. 

He married in 1724 (?) Abigail^ Edgerly, daughter of Thomas'^ 
and Jane (Whidden) (Register, vol. 34, p. 282), who was born 

* According to statement of Mrs, Florence A. Crane of Des Moines, Iowa. 



at Oyster River Parish in 1695. John Huckins and wife Abigail 
were admitted to the church at Oyster River 5 Sept. 1725 {ib., vol. 
23, p. 298). He died 30 July 1789, aged 85 years (tombstone). 

He had 30 acres in Oyster River woods under his father's will. 
In 1745 he was living "at the cross-roads" at Madbury (N. H. 
Deeds, vol. 30, p. 241). He removed with his son John to Bar- 
rington and settled on lands overlooking Bow Lake, about 1773. 
The part of the Mallego River in Barrington is called Huckins 
Brook (Thompson's Landmarks, p. 137). 

In 1740 he was a soldier in Captain Millet's company at Dover 
(N. H. State Papers, vol. 9, p. 173). In 1745 he was captain of 
scouts {lb., vol. 5, pp. 365, 384, 766, 768, vol. 16, p. 906). In 
1758 he was selectman at Madbury (town records). 

Chikben, the first three born at Oyster River and the others 
probably at Dover : 

10. i. Robert,* bapt. 29 Aug. 1725 (Register, vol. 32, p. 135). 

ii. Abigail, bapt. 2 July 1727 (i&., vol. 33, p. 80) ; d. in infancy. 

iii. Sarah, bapt. 26 Oct. 1729 {ib., vol. 33, p. 348). 

iv. Wklthen, bapt. 31 Oct. 1731 {ib., vol. 29, p. 265) ; m. 14 Oct. 1752 

(Rev. John Adams's record) Abednego Spencer of Durham, 

blacksmith. 

Child, b. at Durham : 

1. Bobert,^ bapt. 27 Jan. 1754. 
V. Abigail, b. 20 Feb. 1733 ; bapt. 22 June 1735 (Register, vol. 29, p. 

266); d. at Ogden, N. y., 30 Dec. 1829; m. 17 Jan. 1754 (Rev. 

John Adams's record) Samuel Hill, son of Samuel and Sarah 

(Thompson) of Durham, farmer, b. at Durham 6 Oct. 1720, d. at 

Danville, Vt. (Willard's A Great Mother, pp. 296-7) . 
Children, b. at Durham {ib.) : 

1. James,' of Ogden, N. Y., farmer. 

2. John, of Danville, Vt., and Ogden, N. Y., b. Oct. 1772; m. 4 

Feb. 1796 his second cousin, Mary Thompson, daughter of 
Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Stevens), b. at Holderness 6 Feb. 
1772, d. 17 Dec. 1843. 

11. vi. John, bapt. 25 Sept. 1737 (Register, vol. 29, p. 267). 
vii. Rebecca, bapt. 17 June 1741 {ib., p. 269).* 

6. Robert* Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), husbandman, miller, 
born at Oyster River Parish 14 Oct. 1708, died before 1777. He 
married first, 8 Aug. 1728 (Register, vol. 23, p. 180), Meribah' 
Jackson, daughter of William^ (Walter') and Mary, who was born 
at Oyster River ; and secondly Sarah Snell, daughter of Samuel, 
who was born at Barrington and was living in 1777 (Strafford 
Deeds, vol. 3, p. 52). 

In 1734 he was of Durham, and was constable there in 1740. 
In 1757 he was of Nottingham, and was living there as late as 1765. 
By his father's will he received the homestead of 40 acres on the 
site of the old garrison-house at Oyster River. In 1734 apparently 
but 3 acres of this remained, and he sold the northerly half to his 
brother Thomas,^ reserving the house and the mill. He acquired 
enough more land adjoining to make up 50 acres, and sold it all in 
1757 to Dr. Joseph Atkinson, and bought at once 50 acres in Not- 
tingham (N. H. Deeds, vol. 2&, p. 330, vol. 52, p. 434, vol. 60, 
p. 259, vol. 79, pp. 34, 46). 

*The last four baptisms are also In the printed Dover Records, pp. 140-146. 



Children, born at Oyster River : 
i. Mary,* bapt. 14 Dec. 1729 (Register, vol. 33, p. 348) ; m. 24 Nov. 
1754 (Rev. John Adains's record) Samuel* SrrLES of Durham and 
Barrington, blacksmith, son of William* and Deborah, b. at Dover 
10 Aug. 1710 (Guild's Stiles Genealogy, p. 558). 
Children, b. at Durham (ib.) : 

1. Samuel,^ of Strafford, farmer, soldier in the Revolution, b. 1758 ; 

d. 21 Jan. 1835 ; m. 26 Nov. 1778 Anna'* Foss, dau. of Ichabod* 
and Hannah (Rix's Foss Family, MS), b. at Barrington 17 
June 1758, d. at Gilmanton 20 Dec. 1857. 

2. Moses, of Barnstead and Gilmanton, merchant, m. Daniels. 

Probably others. 

li. Rachel (probably), b. 15 Mar. 1732; d. 10 Nov. 1818 (tombstone) ; 
m. 11 Jan. 1753 (Rev. John Adams's record) Abijah Pinkham of 
Durham, farmer, b. 9 Feb. 1734, d. 3 Mar. 1779 (tombstone). 

Children, b. at Durham (all mentioned in their father's will of 
16 Feb. 1779) : 

1. Thomas,^ h. 8 June 1755 ; d. 26 May 1811 ; m. Sarah Ballard, dau. 

of Timothy, b. 3 Oct. 1757, d. 16 Mar. 1814. 

2. Samuel. 

3. Abijah, b. 22 July 1763; d. 8 July 1815; m. 11 Dec. 1783 Sarah 

Spencer, b. 23 Oct. 1763, d. 16 Mar. 1814. 

4. Paul. 

5. Sarah, m. 13 Jan. 1777 Robert Williams of Barrington. 

6. Abigail. 

7. Anne, m. 15 Feb. 1798 (?) John Jenkins. 

iii. Abigail (probably), b. 17^33(?) ; m. 16 Jan. 1755 (Rev. John Adams's 

record) John RAXDAXL^of Durham." 
Iv. Hannah, bapt. 1 Jan. 1741/2 (Register, vol. 29, p. 269). 

12. V. Isaac, b. 22 Feb. 1747 (family Bible). 

Probably others. 

7. Thomas'* Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ Roherf), joiner, born at Oyster 
River Parish about 1710, was of Durham, 1732, and Lee, 1767, 
and married, 25 Dec. 1733 (Register, vol. 65, p. 354), Mart 
French. He died between 1799 and 1803, in which latter year his 
widow also died (town records). 

In 1734 he had from his brother Robert* a small lot adjoining 
the ancestral garrison-house on the north. 

In a petition of 1753/4 he states that he was one of those who 
"endured the brunt and hardships of the late war "* (N. H. State 
Papers, vol. 9, p. 172). He is perhaps the man who was in Emer- 
son's company at Seavey's Island in the fall of 1775 {ib., vol. 14, 
p. 233). 

Children, born at Durham : 

13. 1. Thomas,^ b. 28 Mar. 1736. 

ii. Samuel (perhaps), of Nottingham, 1767, and Barrington, 1790, had 

in 1790 in his family two males under 16 years and two females 

(U. S. Census). 
ill. Jonathan (perhaps), of Nottingham, 1774, and Topsham, Vt., 1795, 

farmer, m. Jane' Jones, dau. of Richard,* Jr. (Strafford Deeds, 

vol. 122). 
Probably others. 

8.^ Joseph* Huckins {Robert,^ James^ Robert^), joiner, born at Oyster 
River Parish about 1714, and baptized 5 June 1726, ''about 12 
years old" (Register, vol. 32, p. 135), married first, in 1735, 
Mary* Fernald, daughter of Thomas^ and Mary (Thompson) 
(Fernald papers in Library of N. E. Hist. Gen. Society), who was 

*King George's War, 1744-1748. 



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born at Kittery, Me., 22 Apr. 1708 (Stackpole's Kittery, p. 379), 
and died Mar. 1788 ; and secondly, at Northwood, 25 July 1788 
(town records), Susanna Piper, widow of Thomas, Jr., of Strat- 
liam (Lancaster's Gilmanton, p. 58). He died 28 June 1801 (fam- 
ily record), and administration was granted to his widow Susanna 
(Strafford Probate Records, vol. 8, p. 362, vol. 9, pp. 160, 294). 
She married secondly, 17 Nov. 1803, John Johnson of Canterbury. 
He was of Dm-ham, 1732, of Lee, 1766, and settled in Gilmanton 
in 1773 (Lancaster's Gilmanton, p. 83), where he had a house on 
the brook which bears his name near the site later occupied by Gil- 
manton Academy {ib., p. 136). He was constable at Durham in 
1761. 

He served in the Crown Point expedition in 1757 in Mooney's 
company (Adjutant-General's Report, 1866, vol. 2, p. 180), which 
was at the surrender of Fort William Henry and the subsequent 
massacre, losing 80 men. 

Children by first w'lie, born at Durham (family record*) : 
14. i. Joseph,* b. 30 June 1736 (family Bible). 

ii. Benjamin, yeoman, b. 1740(?) ; d. aged 86 years (lb.). He was of 
Gilmanton in 1774. In 1793 Joseph^ Huckins and Sarah his wife 
sold 30 acres at Gilmanton, ''where my brother Benjamin" for- 
merly lived, being an undivided half (Strafford Deeds, vol. 21, 
p. 11). He was of New Hampton in 1790, three males under six- 
teen years of age and four females in his family (U. S. Census), 
and removed perhaps to Maine, 
iii. Mary, d. aged 64 ; m. Joseph Follett, son of John and Jane (N. H. 
Deeds, vol. 79, p. 603), of Durham (Lee), blacksmith. 

Children, b. at Lee : 
1. Samuel,^ of Gilmanton, 1788, and of Lee, 1792, blacksmith, b. 
at Lee 1768; m. (?) 19 Aug. 1804 (town records) Peggy Bick- 
ford, b. at Durham. 
Perhaps others, 
iv. Hannah, bapt. 20 Aug. 1749; m. at Gilmanton 29 Nov. 1781 (town 
records), as his second wife, William Plaisted, son of Williamf 
and Judith* (Ricker) (Tate's MS. Diary, pp. 15, 43, 84 ; Maine 
Genealogist, vol. 2, p. 107), of New Hampton, 1779, farmer, sol- 
dier in the Revolution (N. H. State Papers, vol. 14, p. 432, vol.15, 
p. 324), b. at Dover (Somersworth) 1760(?). In 1779 hebought50 
acres, owned (1910) by Arthur Locke, on the easterly slope of 
Pettee Hill at New Hampton, adjoining lands of his father William 
Plaisted and brother Samuel (Strafford Deeds, vol. 9, p. 179). 
Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Benning Moulton,^ of New Hampton, farmer, b. 21 May 1785; 

d. 15 Apr. 1860; m. 27 Dec. 1808 Phebe« Eaton, dau. of 
Ebeuezer* and Phebe (Shepard) (Eaton Family Ass'n, 1890, 
p. 33), b. at Candia 10 May 1780 (town records), d. 22 Mar. 
1869. 

2. Hiram, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 1787; d. s.p.(?) 21 Oct. 

1848 (tombstone) ; m. 23 Nov. 1809 (town records) Hannah R.^ 
Huckins (31, iii), dau. of John* and Hannah (Mudgett). 

3. William, of Centre Harbor, farmer, b. 27 Feb. 1789 ; d. 18 Dec. 

1869; m. 6 Jan. 1813 (town records) Nancy Smith, dau. of 
Samuel, b. at New Hampton 30 Nov. 1786, d. 16 Apr. 1869. 

4. Nancy, b. 3 July 1790; d. 3 Jan. 1862; m. at New Hampton 26 

Apr. 1814 (town records) Rev. Walter* Sleeper, s. of John* 
and Elizabeth (Tilton) (Musgrove's Bristol, vol. 2, p. 403), of 
Bristol, clergyman, town officer, member of the Legislature, 
b. at Bristol 20 Jan. 1790, d. 1 May 1875. 

* Compiled in 1847 by William F.^ Seward, on report of bis grandmotber Sarah* 
(Huckins) Seward, and in possession (1910) of William F.^ Seward of Guernsey, Wyo. 
tSee further Register, vol. 67, p. 188. 



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V. Lydia, b. 1760 ; d. s.p. at Rumney abt. 1812, aged 52 years ; m. at Gil- 
manton 24 Mar. 1788 (town records), as his third wife, Silas' Buz- 
ZELL,* son of John* and Sarah (Wiburd), of Gilmanton Gore, 
farmer, bapt. at Madbury 9 Sept. 1750, d. at Holderness 28 Apr. 
1834. 

9. Dea. James^ Huckins {James,* Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), cordwainer, 
born in Madbury District 14 Oct. 1746, married first, about 1774, 
Dorcas^ Bickford, daughter of John* (Thomas,* John,^ Thomas^) 
and Lydia, who was born at Newington 29 Oct. 1755 and died 24 

Oct. 1810 (family Bible) ; secondly Ruth , who was born in 

1760 and died 30 Dec. 1820 (tombstone) ; and thirdly, 28 Nov. 1821 
(town records), Huldah (Batchelder) Garland, who was born 
at New Hampton 10 May 1757, probably daughter of Carter^ and 
Huldah (Moulton) and widow of Jonathan (Batchelder Genealogy, 
p. 137 ; Garland Family, p. 43). He died 2 Mar. 1837 (tombstone). 
He was of Barrington, of Barnstead, 1773, of Gilmanton, 1776, 
and of New Hampton, 1783. In 1773, while living at Barrington, 
he bought 50 acres at Gilmanton, parts of lots 5 and 6 in the Upper 
Gore, where he settled as early as 1776 (Lancaster's Gilmanton, pp. 
93, 98). In 1783 he sold the 50 acres there and bought 80 acres 
at New Hampton. He subsequently bought 244 acres and settled 
on the north side of Cooley Hill, at the head of Ames Brook in 
New Hampton, on a farm afterwards owned by his son Robert, his 
grandson Stephen P., and (1910) by his great-grandson Stephen 
Almon Huckins (Strafford Deeds, vol. 6, pp. 360, 414, vol. 7, p. 
100, vol. 18, pp. 185, 187, vol. 40, p. 76). 

In 1782 he enlisted for three years' service in the Revolution 
(N. H. State Papers, vol. 16, p. 287). 

Children by first wife, the first five born at Gilmanton, the others 
at New Hampton (family record in possession, 1910, of Edwin M.* 
Huckins of New Hampton) : 
15. i. Robert," b. 25 May 1775. 

ii. Lydia, b. 28 Nov. 1776; d. \ Nov. 1865; m. 1795 Benjamin 
Mudgett, son of Benjamin, ^of New Hampton, farmer, b. at 
Brentwood 13 Nov. 1763 (town records), d. 14 Jan. 1847. 

Children, b. at New Hampton (family record in possession, 
1910, of Nancy S. (Mudgett) Davis of Meredith, dau. of Benja- 
min^ Mudgett) : 

1. Susan,'' b. 4 Dec. 1795; d. unra. 22 Dec. 1864. 

2. Manj, b. 16 Jan. 1797 ; d. at Meredith 30 June 1869 ; m. 25 Dec. 

1817 (town records) Johu^ Smith, s. of John* and Martha' 
("Drake), of New Hampton and Centre Harbor, farmer, b. at 
New Hampton 31 Dec. 1792, d. at Meredith 15 Sept. 1866 
(Dow's Hampton, p. 981; Runnells's Saubornton, p. 739). 

3. Hannah, b. 27 Sept. 1799; d. 26 Feb. 1835; m. 15 Feb. 1821 

(town records) Benjamin Smith, s. of Paul and Susanna, of 
New Hampton, farmer, cl. Aug. 1847. 

4. Joseph, of Holderness, farmer, b. 4 Aug. 1800; d. 9 Jan. 1880; 

m. 13 Feb. 1827 {ih.) Nancy Stevens, dau. of David and 
Sarah (Webber), b. at Springfield 5 Apr. 1803, d. 3 Nov. 1880. 

5. Lydia, b. 27 Aug. 1802; d. 27 Jan. 1803. 

6. Abigail, b. 27 Oct. 1803; d. s.p. at Meredith 17 Feb. 1871; 

m. 25 May 1834 (ib.) John C. Mudgett, s. of John and 

(Sleeper), of Poplin and Meredith, farmer, b. at Poplin (Fre- 
mont) 1800, d. 23 July 1882. 

•Statement of Rev. H. L. Buzzell of Barre, Ma^., 1911, on report of his grand- 
father, who was grandson of Silas^ Buzzell. 



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7. Benjamin, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 31 Oct. 1805 (ib.) ; d. 

6 July 1847; m. 22 Aug. 1835 («&.) Mary Ann Whitcher, 
dau. of Batchelder and Nancy (Smith), b. at Warren 22 Oct. 
1810, d. at Centre Harbor 28 Aug. 1886. 

8. James IZ"., of New Hampton and Meredith, farmer, b. 11 Aug. 

1808; d. s.p. at Meredith 18 Dec. 1895 {ib.) ; m. 6 Mar. 1851 
(iVj.) Nancy B. Smith, dau. of Daniel and Mary, b. at Mere- 
dith 6 Aug. 1809, d. at New Hampton 8 Feb. 1885. 

9. Lydia, b. 18 Nov. 1810; d. s.p. 6 Dec. 1881; m. (1) Benjamin 

Smith, s. of Paul and Susanna, of New Hampton, farmer, d. 
Aug. 1847 ;5ai. (2) Daniel Davis, s. of Nathan and Lois (Brown), 
of Nottingham and Centre Harbor, farmer, b. at Nottingham 28 
Feb. 1811, d. at Centre Harbor 14 July 1891. 

10. John Huckins, of Holderness, farmer, b. 23 Nov. 1812 (ib.) ; 

d. 19 Apr. 1857 (tombstone) ; m. Eleanor S. Innes, dau. of 
Archelaus and Elizabeth^ (Cotton) (Register, vol. 59, p. 35), 
b. at Holderness Apr. 1817, d. 14 May 1883. 

11. J^ancy ^.,o b. 17 May 1815 ; d. at South Byfield, Mass., 28 Oct. 

1909; m. 6 Jan. 1838 Capt. Jonathan H. Johnson, s. of Moses 
and Hannah f Huntington), of Meredith and South Deerfleld, 
1843, shoemaker, officer in the Civil War, b. at Bristol 1 Aug. 
1816, d. at South Deerfleld 13 Oct. 1863. 

12. Sarah, b. 2 Apr. 1817 ; d. num. 20 Dec. 1850. 
ill. Abigail, b. 29 Nov. 1778; d. unm. 23 Oct. 1816. 

iv. Lois, b. 11 Dec. 1780; d. 25 Jan. 1864; m. at Moultonborough 26 
July 1799 (town records) Samuel Wallace, son of Nathaniel, of 
Moultonborough and Holderness, N. H., and of Wheelock, Vt., 
1823, farmer, b. 1 Oct. 1772, d. 27 Apr. 1823. 

Children, b. at Holderness (family Bible in possession, 1910, 
of Louisa E. (Arlin) English, of Lake Mills, Wis., dau. of AbigaiP 
(Wallace) Arlin) : 

1. Levi,'' of Wheelock, Vt., 1823, and of Lake Mills, Wis., 1856, 

farmer, b. 2 Dec. 1799; d. at Minnesota Lake, Minn., 1880; 
m. 1823 Susan R. Hubbard, dau. of Moses and Judith (Ma- 
goon), b. at Shapleigh, Me., 2 Aug. 1805, d. 2 June 1848. 

2. Samuel, of Wheelock, Vt., 1823, of Lake Mills, Wis., 1854, and 

of Waterloo, Wis., 1857, shoemaker, farmer, b. 13 Feb. 1801; 
d. at Portland, Wis., 1891 ; m. at Wheelock, Vt., 1834, Martha 
Woodman, dau. of John, d. at Oakesdale, Wash., July 1891. 

3. Lydia, b. 2 Aug. 1803 ; d. 18 Jan. 1874 ; m. 1839 Aaron Martin, s. 

of Aaron and Dinah (Aldrich), of Wheelock, Vt., and Jeffer- 
son, Wis., 1844, farmer, b. 1812, d. 12 June 1861. 

4. Bobert, of Wheelock, Vt., of Jefferson, Wis., 1844, and of 

Lake Mills, Wis., 1845, shoemaker, farmer, b. 26 July 1805 ; d.22 
Oct. 1876 ; m. (1) Elizabeth Sleeper, d. s.p. 23 July 1853 ; m. (2) 
at Hill Corners, 1854, Sarah Anne (Morrill) Bennett, dau. of 
Samuel and Mary (Chase) (Samuel Ames Family, p. 16) and 
widow of James H., b. at Canterbury 12 Oct. 1812 (town 
records), d. at Hebron, Nebr., 16 Aug. 1888. 

5. Enoch, b. 13 July 1807; d. unm. at Lowell, Mass., or Dover, 

N. H., 4 July 1834. 

6. Cordelia, b. 24 Feb. 1809 ; d. 27 Feb. 1887 ; m. 4 July 1834 Josiah 

Drew, s. of Joseph and Elizabeth (Wallace), of Wheelock, 
Vt., Jefferson, Wis., 1843, Waterloo, Wis., 1847, Oshkosh, 
Wis., 1860, Spring Valley, Minn., 1866, and Jasper, Minn., 1878, 
farmer, carpenter, justice of the peace, b. at Holderness 10 
July 1810, d. at Jasper, Minn., 27 Feb. 1901. 

7. Calvin, of Lake Mills, Wis., 1846, shoemaker, farmer, b. 6 Mar. 

1811; d. s.p. 25 Sept. 1886; m. 1858 Eliza J. Martin, dau. of 
Aaron and Dinah (Aldrich), d. 8 Feb. 1901. 

8. Lois, b. 21 June 1813 ; d. at Wheelock, Vt., 30 June 1841 ; m. 24 

Mar. 1836 Joseph Darling, s. of Moses and Judith (French), 
of Wheelock, Vt., farmer, b. at Wheelock, Vt., 22 Oct. 1804, 
d. at Clay Centre, Nebr., 22 May 1890. 



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9. John, of Waterloo, Wis., 1846, and of Madison, Wis., 1864, 
shoemaker, farmer, b. 27 Apr. 1815 ; d. at Chicago, 111., 10 
Mar. 1903; m. at Waterloo, Wis., 10 Nov. 1847, Martha Bur- 
dicli, dau. of Peleg and Kuth (Reynolds), b. at Grauby, N. Y., 
29 Mar. 1832, d. 10 Oct. 1892. 

10. Abigail., b. 11 Sept. 1817; d. 3 Jan. 1908; m. (1) 1839 Madison 

Arlin, s. of Samuel and Elizabeth (Blanchard), of Canter- 
bury, N. H., Wheelock, Vt., Rockston, P. Q., 1842, and Lake 
Mills, Wis., 1845, farmer, b. at Canterbury 12 Sept. 1815, d. 12 
Feb. 1884; m. (2) 7 May 1887 Benjamin Odiorue, s. of John 
and Lvdia (Wentworth), of Lake Mills, Wis., farmer, b. at 
Alton,' N. H., 17 Nov. 1817, d. 16 Mar. 1896. 

11. Deborah, b. 29 Dec. 1819; d. s.p. 1854; m. 1840 Lewis Chase 

of Wheelock, Vt., farmer. 

12. James, of Lake Mills, Wis., farmer, b. 11 Feb. 1822 ; d. 1 Apr. 

1909; m. (1) at Lake Mills, Wis., 4 Jan. 1848, Sophronia 
Thayer, dau. of Manley and Orissa (Thayer), b. at Leyden, 
Lewis Co., N. Y., 12 June 1829, d. 16 Feb. 1900; m. (2) 15 
Sept. 1904 Eliza K. (Keyes) Joslin, dau. of Simon and Marcia 
(Roys) and widow of Leonard H., b. at Northfleld, Vt., 30 
Nov. 1841, living (1910) at Lake Mills, Wis. 
16. v. John, b. 17 Dec. 1782. 

vi. Esther, b. 20 Mar. 1785; d. 8 Aug. 1874; m. at New Hampton 23 
Jan. 1804 (town records) John Smith, son of John, of New Hamp- 
ton, farmer, b. at New Hampton. 
Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Nancys b. 6 Feb. 1807 ; d. 7 Sept. 1881 ; m. 19 Dec. 1825 Peter 

Hanaford, s. of Benjamin and Mary (Wait), of New Hamp- 
ton, farmer, b. at New Hampton 6 May 1803, d. 3 May 1882. 

2. Mary, b. 5 Nov. 1808 ; d. 1 Apr. 1871 ; m. 28 Mar. 1837 William 

Chase^ Sanborn, s. of Walter* and Jane (Chase) (Sanborn 
Family, p. 208), of New Hampton and Laconia, carpenter, b. 
at New Hampton 10 Nov. 1807, d. 1 Apr. 1871. 

3. Dorcas H., b. 25 July 1810; d. 4 Aug. 1844; m. 6 June 1836 

John Buzzell' Huckins (42), s. of John*' and Judith (Perkins). 

4. Abigail, b. 1812; d. 16 July 1851 (towm records); m. (1) 15 

Nov. 1831 {ib.) Stephen Dolloflf of Meredith ; m. (2) 1841 
Jonathan Dolloff^ Huckins (49), s. of Daniel^ and Abigail 
(Dow). 
6. John Mooney, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 1 Jan. 1814; d. 1 
Mar. 1876 ; m, 1840 (int. rec. 28 May 1840) Rachel J.^ Huckins 
(16, vi), dau. of John*' and Judith (Perkins). 

6. Judith, m. James M. Horn of New Hampton, farmer, b. at 

Tuftonborough. 

7. Dfi7iiel T., of New Hampton, farmer, b. 18 July 1819; d. 29 

Apr. 1892 ; m. 15 Mar. 1847 Sarah Elizabeth Drake, dau. of 
John and Abigail (Hanaford), b. at New Hampton 19 Mar. 
1826, d. at Bristol 1 Apr. 1905. 

8. Phebe T., m. 28 Nov. 1840 (town records) William P. Dolloff, 

s. of William and Mary (Emmons), of New Hampton, car- 
penter, farmer, b. at Bristol 21 May 1816, d. at New Hampton 

2 Mar. 1894. 

9. Esther, b. 1825; d. 27 June 1864 (tombstone) ; m. 7 Mar. 1842 

(town records), as his second wife, John Sherburn Corliss, 
s. of Reuben and Mary (Bamford) (Corliss Family, p. 101), 
of New Hampton, farmer, b. at Alexandria 12 Oct. 1812, d. 

3 Sept. 1870. 

10. Thomas P., of New Hampton, fanner, m. 15 June 1853 (town 

records) Harriett L. George, adopted dau. of Stephen Magoon. 

11. Clarissa E., b. 7 Apr. 1830 ; d. 1 July 1903 ; m. George^ Huckins 

(100), s. of Eliplialet^ and Francis (Hanaford). 

12. Joseph, of Brockton, Mass., shoe-worker, b. 30 Nov. 1833; 

d. s.p. 23 Nov. 1890; m. 10 Nov. 1853 Joanna Drake, dau. of 
John and Abigail (Hanaford), b. at New Hampton 27 Apr. 
1829, living (1910) at Brockton, Mass. 



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17. vli. Daniel, b. 11 Jan. 1787. 

18. viii. James, b. 7 Jan. 1789. 

ix. Mary (Polly), b. 21 Feb. 1791 (town records); d. 25 Apr. 1852; 
m. at New Hampton, 24 May 1811 (i6.), Stephen Sishth, son of 
Stephen and Mary, of New Hampton and Meredith Centre, 1841, 
farmer, b. at New Hampton 28 Jan. 1790 (i6.), d. at New Hampton 
Dec. 1863 (i&.). 
Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Sarah,^ b. 29 Mar. 1812 (ib.). 

2. Hannah Huckins, b. 11 Nov. 1813 {ih.) ; d. 31 Jan. 1842 (tomb- 

stone) ; m. 11 June 1836 John Sherburn Corliss, s. of Renben 
and Mary (Bamford), of New Hampton, farmer, b. at Alex- 
andria 12 Oct. 1812, d. 3 Sept. 1870. 

3. Daniel T., b. 15 Apr. 1816; d. 1 July 1816 (tombstone). 

4. Dow^ of Quincy, Mass., qnarryman. 

5. Stephen Thurston^ of New Hampton. 

6. George Sullivan, of Wisconsin. 

7. Benjamin. 

8. Elizabeth. 

9. John r., b. 1835; d. 19 Mar. 1841 (tombstone). 

19. X. Charles, b. 11 Jan. 1793. 

xi. Hannah, b. 22 Jan. 1796; d. at Plymouth 17 Feb. 1882; m. 23 Jan. 
1820 Bradbury Wilkinson, son of Benning (who was a soldier 
from Salisbury, Mass., in the Revolution) and Deborah (Langley), 
of Gilford, 1820, and of Campton, 1828, farmer, soldier hi the 
War of 1812, pensioner, b. at Allenstown 19 Apr. 1793, d. at 
Campton 22 Nov. 1851. 

Children, the first three b. at Gilford, the others at Campton 
(family Bible in possession, 1910, of Bradbury J.^ Wilkinson, s. of 
Charles H.,'^ of Antrim) : 

1. Mary P.,^ b. 20 Nov. 1820 ; d. July 1878 ; m. in Boston, 28 Nov. 

1848, Ephraim Albert* Chandler, s. of John^ and Marian F. 
(Darling) (Chandler Genealogy, p. 1084), of Wheelock, Vt., 
farmer, b. at Wheelock, Vt., 18 Dec. 1818, d. 6 Feb. 1892. 

2. Warren W., of Plymouth, farmer, real-estate dealer, town officer, 

b. 1 Jan. 1823; living (1910) ; m. 8 Apr. 1847 Mary M. Moses, 
dan, of John and Nancy (Adams), b. at Campton 22 Aug. 
1826, d. at Plymouth 31 Oct. 1904. 

3. John H., of Plymouth, railroad employee, b. 18 Dec. 1824; d. 

31 Dec. 1870 ; m. (^1) 27 Oct. 1852 Nancy Robie, dau. of Samuel 
and Eunice (Roberts), b. at New Hampton 20 Dec. 1826, d. 
13 July 1862; m. (2) 15 Apr. 1863 Mary Charlotte Smith,o dau. 
of Daniel M. and Hannah (Abbott), b. at Holderness 14 May 
1834, d. at Laconia 4. Apr. 1913. 

4. Lovina, b. 6 Feb. 1828; d. s.p. at Campton 1849; m. at Merri- 

mack 6 Feb. 1849, Alfred Page, s. of Samuel and Vashti 
(Dustin), of Campton, tinsmith, b. at Campton 13 Aug. 1823, 
d. at Wentworth 2 May 1893. 

6. Charles i?., of Plymouth, 1857, dairy farmer, b. 5 Apr. 1830; 
d. 6 May 1897 (town records) ; m. (1) Sept. 1864 Hortense 
Brown, dau. of Benjamin and Mary (Colby), b. at Rumney 1 
July 1833, d. 31 July 1865; m. (2) 2 Sept.'l867 Martha E. L. 
Colby, dau, of Anthony and Esther (Smith), b. at Franklin 24 
June 1841, d. 18 June 1872; m. (3) 24 Jan. 1876 Hannah 
Powers, dau. of Gideon and Hannah (Crosby), b. at Hebron 3 
May 1831, d. at Rumney 13 Aug. 1897. 

6. George H., of Laconia, tinsmith, b. 26 May 1837; d. 3 May 1899 
(Jb.) ; m. (1) 29 Nov. 1862 Mary D. Wilkinson, dau. of Jacob 
and Leah (Randlett), b. at Gilford 1838, d. May 1874; m. (2) 
28 Oct. 1878 Elizabeth A. Tyler," dau. of James and Clara (Da- 
mon), b. at Canaan 23 Apr. 1846, d. at Laconia 14 Oct. 1912. 
xii. Nancy, b. 14 Mar. 1799; d. 5 Dec. 1871 (tombstone); m. 22 .Jan 

1818 (town records) Samuel Plaisted (14, i, 7), sou of Samuel 

and Margery^ (Huckins). 



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Children, b. at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 1910, 
of Edwin M.' Huckins of New Hampton) : 

1. Oren C,^ of New Hampton, farmer, b. 19 Nov. 1818; d. 18 

Nov. 1885 (town records) ; m. (1) 8 Oct. 1844 his cousin, 
Judith PJ Huckins (IG, ix), dau. of John^ and Mary (Burn- 
ham) ; m. (2) 20 June 1868 {ib.) Nancy Rowe, dau. of John 
and Mary (Scribner) and former wife of Alexander Frost, b. 
at Hill, d. 2 May 1908. 

2. Benaiah Z>., of Meredith, merchant, b. 25 Oct. 1820; d. 8 Dec. 

1902; m. (1) Amanda Carr, dau. of David, b. at Holderness, 
d. s. p. 27 Feb. 1861 (ih.) ; m. (2) Laura Bemis, dau. of Isaac 
and Laura (Hadley), b. at Bethlehem 3 June 1840, d. 27 Sept. 
1878 {ib.) ; m. (3j 20 Nov. 1881 Lovilla E. (Woodman) John- 
son, dau. of Andrew and Hannah (Bacon) and widow of 
Joseph G., b. at Boscawen 22 July 1829, d. 6 Jan. 1904. 

3. Mary Ann, b. 5 Jan. 1823; d. 28 July 1894; m. 26 Apr. 1842 

her cousin, Calvin Smith^ Huckins (45), s. of John« and Mary 
(Burnham). 

4. Martha G., b. 28 Aug. 1825 ; d. 12 Feb. 1904 ; m. 11 Sept. 1846 her 

cousin, Horace'' Huckins (59), s. of Charles* and Susan (Wil- 
kinson) . 

5. James If., of Meredith, farmer, b. 3 Nov. 1828 ; d. 16 Aug. 

1908; m. (1) 15 Nov. 1849 his cousin, Almira S.^ Huckins 
(19, vi), dau of Charles" and Susan (Wilkinson); m. (2) 26 
Jan. 1856 (ib.) Sarah E. Harte, dau. of John and ilary (Web- 
ster), b. at Sandwich 24 Feb. 1830, d. 18 Apr. 1901. 

6. Susan M., b. 11 Feb. 1831; d. 7 Aug. 1903 {ih.)\ m. 30 Nov. 

1849 her cousin, Timothy P. Smith^ Huckins (60), s. of Charles" 
and Susan (Wilkinson). 

7. Samuel, of Ashland, farmer, b. 29 July 1833 ; livmg (1910) ; m. 14 

Feb. 1856 his third cousin, Phebe Plaisted, dau. of Horace 
Lyman and Sarah H. (Taylor) and g. dau. of Beuuiug Moul- 
ton (14, iv, 1), b. at New Hampton 10 Aug. 1836, living (1910). 

8. Charles H., of Meredith, b. 26 Jan. 1836; d. unm. 22 Apr. 1857 

(tombstone). 

9. Amanda, b. 28 June 1838 ; living (1910) at Meredith; m. 14 Jan. 

1854 Hiram McCrillis, s. of Benjamin and Nancy A. (Huntress), 
of Centre Harbor, farmer, b. at Centre Harbor 1833, d. 1 June 
1901. 

). Robert^ Huckins (/o/m,* Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), yeoman, born at 
Oyster River Parish 28 June 1725 and baptized 29 Aug. 1725, 
married 25 Sept. 1746, Hannah^ Boody, daughter of Zechariah^ 
(Strafford Deeds, vol. 1, p. 17), and died before 5 Nov. 1793, when 
his will, dated 24 Jan. 1785, was proved (Strafford Probate Records, 
vol. 4, p. 49). The will mentions his wife Hannah, his sons Robert, 
Israel, Jonathan and Andrew, and his daughters Rebecca and 
Abigail. 

In 1773 he was living at Madbury on a farm of 70 acres which 
he had of his father (Strafford Deeds, vol. 1, p. 60). 

Children, born probably at Madbury : 
i. REBECCA,«b.l5Nov.l747; m. Lucas of Wolf eborough, farmer. 

20. ii. Robert, b. 25 Apr. 1750. 

iii. Hannah, b. 5 Oct. 1753; d. 4 Dec. 1755. 

iv. Abigail, b. 10 Oct. 1756. 

V. John, b. 17 July 1759 ; d. 30 Aug. 1759. 

21. vi. Israel, b. 15 Sept. 1760. 

vii. Jonathan, of Madbury, farmer, soldier in the Revolution (N. H. 
State Papers, vol. 14, p. 225), b. 31 Mar. 1763 ; d. s.p. ; m. 3 Nov. 
1784 (town records) Lydia Hanson, dau. of James, b. at Barring- 
ton 7 June 1766. 

22. viii. Andrew, b. 15 Aug. 1768. 



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ix. Hannah Boody, m. 1777 Hunking^ Dame, son of Moses' and Anna 
(Hanking) (Register, vol. 65, p. 217), of Lee, tanner, b. at Lee 
1744, (1. 1827. 

Children, b. at Lee (ib. ; family Bible in possession, 1910, of 
Charles Dame of Lee) : 

1. Anna,' h. 1780; d. 24 Feb. 1848; m. (1) 2 Feb. 1803 (town 

records) her double cousin, Moses^ Huckins (61), s. of Robert^ 
and Mary® (Dame) ; m. (2), as his second wife, Moses Davis 
of Lee. 

2. Sarah, b. 1783; d. 1843; m. at Lee 1806 (i6.) William^ Bart- 

lett, s. of Josiah D.® and Ruth (Whittier) ^Greeley family, 
p. 159), of Lee, New Durham and Dover, farmer, b. at Lee 
15 Aug. 1782, d. 9 July 1843. 

3. Hunking, of Nottingham, innkeeper, farmer, b. 16 May 1786; 

d. 16 Feb. 1852; m.^t Lee 1809 (town records) , Lydia C. Dur- 
gin, dau. of Josiah,*. at Lee 6 Mar. 1790, d. 6 Mar. 1847. 

4. Israel, of Lee, farmer, miller, b. 26 Aug. 1788 ; d. 3 Apr. 1872 ; m. 

at Lee 1810 (ib.), Hannah Durgin, dau. of Josiah^b. at Lee 3 
May 1794. 

5. Abigail, b. 1790; m. 1813 (ib.) Charles Rundlett of Durham. 

6. Susan, b. 15 Feb. 1793; d. 17 Aug. 1885; m. 25 Dec. 1817 Jona- 

than Watson Emerson, s. of Stephen and Eunice (Watson), of 
Northwood, carpenter, b. at Northwood 23 Jan. 1792, d. at 
Lyme 1861. 

7. Stephen, of Durham, farmer, b. 1796; d. unm. at Durham 1878. 

8. Jonathan, b. 1798 ; d. 1807. 

11. JOHN^ Huckins (John*Robei-t,^ James^ Robert^), yeoman, born in 

Oyster River Parish was baptized 25 Sept. 1737, and married Mart 

, who was born 1730 and died 20 Apr. 1820, aged 90 years 

(tombstone). He died at Barrington 20 Dec. 1794 (tombstone at 
Strafford, wliich states incorrectly his age at death). 

He was of Madbury District in 1743, and about 1773 removed 
with his father to Barrington and settled on land overlooking Bow 
Lake, in what is now Strafford, where the widow of DanieP Huckins 
(Joseph,'^ John*^) was living in 1910. He was moderator and sur- 
veyor of highways at Barrington. 

Children, probably all born at Madbury : 
2a. i. JOHN,« b. abt. 1759. 

24. ii. James, b. abt. 1762. 

25. ill. Samuel (probably), b. abt. 1764. 

iv. Mary (Mollie), b. 1766; d. unm. at Strafford 20 May 1851 (tomb- 
stone) . 

V. Phebe, m. 31 Oct. 1782 Ebenezer Hayes of Barrington, farmer 
(N. H. Gen. Becord, vol. 4, p. 151 ; McDuffle's Rochester, p. 608). 

vi. Lydia, d. unm. at Meredith. 

26. vii. Ebenezer (probably), b. abt. 1775, 

Perhaps others of whom no record has been found. 

12. IsAAC^ Huckins {Robert,'^ Robert,^ James,''' Robert^), yeoman, born at 

Madbury 22 Feb. 1747 (Stearns's Plymouth, vol. 2, p. 358), mar- 
ried, before 1774, Lydia Clay, who was born 7 Dec. 1749. He 
was of Durham, 1768, Barrington, 1773, Barnstead, 1777, Chichester, 
1777, and Pittsfield, 1790. He was living 29 Sept. 1814 (Rock- 
ingham Deeds, vol. 205, p. 341), but was dead 5 Dec. 1818 (ib., vol. 
238, p. 6). 

Children (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Isaac S.* Huckins 
of Bay City, Mich.) : 

i. Isaac,6 of Pittstield, 1795, b. 29 Nov. 1774 ; d. bef . 21 May 1800 (Rock- 
ingham Probate Records, vol. 33, p. 267), leaving a widow Mkhita- 



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BLE, at whose request administration was granted to Dr. Benjamin 
Kelly of Loudon. It appears from the petition (original package, 
6695) to sell his real estate that he left two children, of whom one 
was probably Isaac, not yet of age on 5 Dec. 1818 (Rockingham 
Deeds, vol. 238, p. 5) . His widow Avas living at that date at Pitts- 
field {ib.). 

27. ii. Joseph, b. 6 Aug. 1777. 

28. lii. Samuel, b. 22 Nov. 1781. 

iv. Abigail, b. 16 Aug. 1784; d. unm. 

V. James, of Bridgewater, b. 4 Aug. 1789; m. 4 June 1823 (town 

records) Nancy Brown of Northfleld ; »no further record, 
vi. John, b. 4 Apr. 1792 ; no further record. 

13. Lieut. Thomas^ Huckins ( Thomas,'^ Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), joiner, 

born at Durham 28 Mar. 1736, married Sarah , who was 

born 12 Apr. 1736 and died at Freedom 11 Mar. 1826. He died 
6 Mar. 1786. His will, dated 25 Feb. 1786 and proved 16 Aug. 
178G (Strafford Probate Records, vol. 2, p. 230), mentions his wife 
Sarah and all his children except Abijah, Israel and Paul, who 
were then dead. The inventory amounted to £847. 19s. Id. 

He was of Lee, 1766, and in 1772 he had 120 acres there 
(Strafford Deeds, vol. 41, p. 94). 

He enlisted first in Tasker's company for the Crown Point ex- 
pedition (Adjutant-General's Report, 1866, vol. 2, pp. 138, 139), 
then in Moor's company, which took part in the battle of Lake 
George, 8 Sept. 1755, and was styled lieutenant in the town records 
of Lee as early as 1772.- He was successively constable and sur- 
veyor at Lee. 

Children, born at Durham (family record compiled by Albert 
Ward, son of Lois'' (Huckins), in possession, 1910, of George 
Frank^ Huckins of Freedom) : 

i. Sarah,* b. 5 Oct. 1756 ; m. Joseph* -Durgest, son of John^^and Su- 
sanna (Pitman) (Cogswell's Nottingham, p. 681), of Lee and 
North Effingham, farmer, b. at Durham 1753, d. 1834. 
Children {ib., p. 682) : 

1. Sarah,'' m. Noah Shaw, perhaps s. of Joseph and Deborah 

(Durgin) . 

2. Lydia, m. Jeremiah Stokes of Northwood. 

3. Noah, of Freedom, farmer, b. 1780 (?). 

4. Dudley Leavitt, of Effingham, m. 29 Nov. 1821 (town records) 

Sophia Milliken, b. at Effingham (?). 

5. Love, b. 22 Mar. 1789 ; d. 17 May 1845 ; m. (1) 30 Sept. 1808 John 

Taylor, s. of Eliphalet and Abigail (Ruunells) (Runnells 
Family, p. 139), of Effingham, N. H., and of Porter, Me., b. 
at Northwood 1787; m. (2) 12 June 1819, as his second wife, 
Elisha Stanley of Porter, Me., b. at Shapleigh, Me., 13 Feb. 
1787, d. 7 July 1862. 

6. Thomas, of Effingham, farmer, b. 8 Aug. 1791 (town records) ; 

d. 17 June 1844 (tombstone) ; m. Abigail Taylor, dau. of Eli- 
phalet and Abigail (Runnells) (Runnells Family, p. 139), b. 
at Northwood 28 Sept. 1790, d. 21 Mar. 1858 (tombstone). 

7. Eunice, b. 1799; d. 1869 (town records); m. at Effingham, 8 

Jan. 1827 {ib.), John Yoimg, s. of Daniel and (Nason), 

of Freedom, farmer, b. at Ossipee 1804, d. 23 Feb. 1886 {ib.). 

8. Polly, d. unm. 

ii. Mary, b. 4 July 1759; d. at London, Ont., 1839 ; m. 1777 Thomas» 
Randall, son of Miles'* (Nathaniel, ^ Richard,^ Richard^) and Abi- 
gail (Runnells), of Lee, N. H., Parsousfleld, Me., and London, Ont., 
1808, merchant, farmer, drayman, b. at Lee 1758, d. at Quebec 
1818. 



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Children : 

1. Thomas,'' of Parsonsfleld, Me., aud Eaton, N. H., mariner, 

farmer, poet, b. 18 June 1778; d. 7 Apr. 1869; m. Aug. 1798 
(town records) Lydia Matlies, dau. of Gideon (?)^nd Ann 
(Wliitcher) ,>. at Lee 11 Dec. 1779, d. 31 Aug. 1866 (Runnells 
Family, p. 123; History of Parsonsfleld, p. 3"99). 

2. Joh^ of Lee, N. H., and Newburyport, Mass., carpenter, b. 13 

Oct. 1785; d. 13 Sept. 1837; m. 10 May 1808 Lydia Davis, 
dau. of Moses and Rebecca (Plummer), b. at Newburyport, 
Mass., 15 Apr. 1787, d. 2 Oct. 1864. 

3. Paul^ of Melbourne, Ont., farmer, preacher. 

4. Jonathan, of Canada and of Bangor, Me., preacher. 
6. Israel, of London, Out., and of Danville, Vt., farmer. 

6. Abigail, d. 19 Feb. 1868 ; m. 29 Sept. 1805 Tobias* Libby, s. of 

Isaac* and Sarah (Coleman) (Libby Family, p. 226), of Porter, 
Me., farmer, town officer, b. at Rochester 2 Apr. 1783, d. 30 
June 1858. 

7. Mary, d. at Lexington, Mich., 1837; m. Thomas'' Huckins (87), 

s. of Josiah* and Mary (Randall). 

8. Sarah, m. Hall (Runnells Family, p. 123). 

9. Warren, of Loudon, Out., and Port Huron, Mich., manufacturer, 

preacher. 
%. iii. Simon, b. 1 Jan. 1762. 

iv. Lyma, b. 27 Feb. 1764; d. 15 July 1856; m. 1790 (?) Danikl Wat- 
son, son of Daniel and Eunice, of Effingham, farmer, b. at San- 
down 25 Dec. 1765, d. at Farmington 11 June 1853 (town records). 
Children, b. at Efflingham : 

1. Elizabeth W.,'' h. Sept. 1791; m. 7 Nov. 1822 (i6.) Thomas An- 

drews, s. of Amos, of Effingham, farmer. 

2. Hannah, b. Dec. 1792, d. unm. 1870. 

3. Hale, of Freedom, farmer, b. 12 Aug. 1795 ; d. 7 July 1883 ; m. 

12 Jan. 1823 (ib.) Martha^ Thurston, dau. of Oliver^ and 
Anstress (Cross) (Thurston Family, p. 124), b. at Meredith 1 
Dec. 1803, d. 16 Feb. 1893. 

4. Paul C, of Effingham, Tamworth, 1842, and Chatham, 1845, 

farmer, b. 19 May 1805; d. at Cliatham 18 Jan. 1888; m. 17 
June 1823 (town records) his cousin, Hannah' Huckins (29, ix), 
dau. of Dea. Simon^ aud Lois (Randall). 

V. Thomas, b. 18 Apr. 1766; d. 8 Aug. 1789. 
!0. vi. JosiAH, b. 19 May 1768. 

vii. Love, b. 2 Sept. 1770 ; d. unm. 18 Apr. 1790. 

viii. Abijah, b. 24 Aug. 1772 ; d. 25 Oct. 1780. 

ix. Israel, b. 11 June 1775; d. 25 Oct. 1780. 

X. Hannah, b. 14 Sept. 1777; m. at Madbiiry, 20 Apr. 1800 (town rec- 
ords), Osgood Ward of Lee, farmer. 

xi. Paul, b. 29 Feb. 1780; d. 21 Oct. 1780. 

Joseph^ Huckins {Joseph,'^ Robert,^ James,- Robert^), joiner, born at 
Durham 30 June 1736, married first, about 1758, Mart^ Kelly, 
daughter of Holdrich'' (Roger,^ Roger^) and Hannah (Whitaker), 
who was born at Stratham 17 Apr. 1733 and died at Gilmanton 
7 Mar. 1791; and secondly, 8 May 1791 (town records), Sarah 
(Glines) Merrill, widow, of Gilmanton. He died at Barnstead 
3 Apr. 1819, aud was buried in the Merrill burying-ground at 
Barnstead, near Seward's Hill, on the Province Road (Jewett's 
Barnstead, p. 119). His will, dated 11 May 1815 and proved 26 
Apr. 1819, mentions his wife Sarah, all his children except Stei3hen, 
and Mary, daughter of his son Samuel (Strafford Probate Records, 
vol. 23, 13. 53). 

He was of Nottingham, 1762, and in 1770 bought 200 acres at 
Gilmanton, parts of lots 5 and 6 in the Upper Gore (Strafford 



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Deeds, vol. 7, p. 66). He was of Gilmanton, 1773, and of Barn- 
stead, 1793. Until 1790 there were but three houses at Gilmanton 
Corner. That of Joseph Muckins stood by the brook since called 
Huckins Brook, near the present site of Gilmanton Academy (Lan- 
caster's Gilmanton, p. 136). 

He was a soldier in the Revolution {ib. p. 119). 
Children by first wife, the first two born at Lee, the last at Gil- 
manton, the others at Nottingham (family Bible in possession, 1910 
of Nancy Jane* (Huckins) Carr, of Ashland) : 

i. Margery,^ b. 5 Mar. 1759 ; d. 6 Mar. 1838 (tombstone) ; m. at Gil- 
maiitou 29 Nov. 1781 (town records), Samuel Plaisted, son of 
William* and Judith^ (Kicker) (Tate's MS. Diary, p. 15; Maine 
Genealogist, vol. 2, p. 107), of New Hampton, 1777, farmer, sol- 
dier in the Revolution (N. H. State Papers, vol. 15, p. 172) b at 
Dover (Somersworth) 1757, d. 15 Sept. 1833 (tombstone)'. In 
1779 he purchased 50 acres in the northeasterly corner of New 
Hampton, on the easterly slope of Pettee Hill, at the head of 
Plaisted Brook, where (1910) lloduey^ Huckins lives. 
Children, b. at New Hampton (see town records) : 

1. Judith,'']). 23 Aug. 1782; m. 11 Sept. 1803 Bradbury Keniston, of 

New Hampton, farmer. 

2. Stephen, of Ashland, farmer, b. 19 Sept. 1784; d. 15 Jan. 1853; 

m. 6 Jan. 1809 Hannah Clark, dau. of Joseph and Hannah 
(Clough), b. at Rumney 25 Feb. 1783, d. 6 Mar. 1857. 

3. Bicker, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 3 Jan. 1787; d. 1869; m. 

(1) 1 Oct. 1806 Eunice Perkins ; m. (2) Sarah Smith, widow", 
d. 1863 ; m. (3) 9 June 1867 Eliza Jane Hawkins, widow of 
Jacob, b. 1830. 

4. Joseph, of Monmouth, Me., 1819, and of Phillips, Me., 1825 

farmer, b. 3 Mar. 1789 ; d. at Lowell, Mass. ; m. Lois Kelly,' 
b. at Meredith, d. at Phillips, Me. 
6. Sarah, b. 3 Aug. 1791 ; d. s.p. ; m. 5 June 1834 Simeon Johnson, 
of Campton, farmer. 

6. Hannah, b. 22 Aug. 1793 ; d. imm. 11 Sept. 1843 (tombstone). 

7. Samuel, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 24 July 1795; d. 10 June 

1888; m. (1) 22 Jan. 1818 Nancy« HuCkins (9, xii), dau. of 
James* and Dorcas (Bickford), q.v. ; m. (2) 4 Apr. 1872 Mary 
(Carter) Smith, daa. of Parsons and widow of Nathan, b. at 
Sandwich 17 Dec. 1806, d. at Meredith 6 Apr. 1885. 

8. William, of New Hampton, N. H., Rangeley, Me., 1830, and 

Phillips, Me., 1840. farmer, b. 30 May 1797; d. 17 Mar. 1886; 
m. 18 Jan. 1823 Sarah Tucker, b. at Meredith Apr. 1799, d. 
at Chesterville, Me., 11 Feb. 1895. 

9. 3Iar\j iPolly), b. 8 June 1799; d. 2 Sept. 1858; m. 9 Apr. 1820 

Peter Ames, of Holderuess, farmer, b. at Gilford Feb. 1792, 
d. at Meredith 25 Dec. 1885. 
il. Stephex, b. 4 Apr. 1760; enlisted 4 July 1780 for the West Point 
expedition; d. at West Point 28 Aug. 1780 (N. H. State Papers, 
vol. 16, pp. 121, 164). 
31. iii. John, b. 24 Mar. 1762. 

iv. Mary, b. 1 Feb. 1766; d. 1834; m. 22 Oct. 1787 (town records) 
William* Boynton, son of John" and Anna (Smith) (Boynton 
Family, p. 43), of Gilmanton, 1786, New Hampton, 1789', and 
Meredith, 1798, farmer, b. at Nottingham 20 Sent. 1761, d. 20 
Sept. 1814 (N. H. Genealogy, p. 748). 

Children, the first b. at Gilmanton, the last three at Meredith, 
the others at New Hampton (Boynton Family, p. 43) : 
1. William,'' of Bangor, Me., teachei', civil engineer, surveyor, b. 
13 Mar. 1786; m. 8 Dec. 1812 his cousin, Mary^ Huckins 
(32, iv), dau. of Joseph*' and Mary (Jenness), q.v. 

*See further Register, vol. 67, p. 188. 



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2. Joseph^ of Meredith, farmer, b. 25 Apr. 1790 ; d. 12 Sept. 1833 ; 

m. 8 Dec. 1811 Nancy*"' St. Clair, dau. of Thomas* and Nancy 
rPike) (Sinclair Family, p. 103), b. at Meredith 17 Dec. 1795, 
d\ 15 Oct. 1854. 

3. Mary, b. 22 Mar. 1791 ; d. at Bridgewater 31 July 1862; m. at 

New Hampton 8 Dec. 1811 (town records) Joseph Godfrey^ 
Dow, s. of Levi« and Abigail (Godfrey) (Dow's Hampton, 
p. 683), of New Hampton, farmer, b. at New Hampton 30 
Aug. 1789, d, 3 Dec. 1831. 

4. Nancy, b. 10 Apr. 1793; d. at Lowell, Mass., 22 June 1849; 

m. 12 Sept. 1819 (town records) her cousin, Nicholas Gilman" 
Seward (14, viii, 2), s. of George* and Sarali^ (Huckins), q.v. 

5. Joan Stevens, b. 8 Jan. 1796; d. 21 July 1877; m. 20 Nov. 1816 

James^ Proctor, s. of Thomas* and Frances (Kimball) (Proc- 
tor Family, p. 88), of Lowell, Mass., manufacturer, builder, 
b. at Loudon 8 May 1795, d. 28 Sept. 1862. 

6. Ebenezer, of New Hampton, Meredith, Plymouth, 1841, Canter- 

bury, 1853, and Lisbon, farmer, b. 26 Dec. 1798; d. 16 Mar, 
1881; m. (1) 18 May 1S23 Betsey S. Hart, dau. of Theodore 
and Abigail (Smith), b. at Meredith 1 Nov. 1803, d. 13 June 
1836; m. (2) 8 Oct. 1836 Susan R.^ Huckins (15, vi), dau. of 
Robert^ and Deborah (Gordon), q.v. ; m. (3) 29 Oct. 1856 Mrs. 
Hannah B. Cheney; m. (4) 12 July 1865 (town records) Mrs. 
Betsey Kelsey. 

7. Charles Lilidden, b. 9 Aug. 1801; d. unm. 25 Apr. 1823. 

8. Sarah Jane, b. 25 Dec. 1803; d. unm. 
S2. v. Joseph, b. 27 Oct. 1767. 

vi. Eunice, b. 15 July 1769 ; d. 3 July 1825 ; m. (1) at Gilmauton 30 
Dec. 1790 (town records), as his second wife, Nicholas^ Gllman,* 
son of Joshua^ (Joshua,* Joshua,' Moses, ^ Edward') and Esther'' 
(Sanborn) (Gilman Family, p. 240), of Gilmanton, N. H., and 
Walden, Vt., farmer, b. at Kensington 5 Sept. 1760, d. 22 Nov. 
1798 ; m. (2) about 1802 Benjamin^ Gubknsby, son of Rev. 
Oliver* (John,* John,' John,^ Henry*) and Rachel (Ware), of 
EfBngham, tanner, b. at Richmond 23 Oct. 1774, d. at Bangor, 
Me., 26 Sept. 1846 (Bangor Hist. Mag., vol. 4, p. 38). 

Children by flrst husband, the last b. probably at Walden, Vt., 
the others probably at Gilmanton (Gilman family, p. 248 ; Lan- 
caster's Gilmanton, p. 272 ; Caledonia, Vt., Probate Records, vol. 1, 
pp. 123, 161) : 

1. Joshua,'' of Effingham Falls, farmer,^. Sarah^ Warren, dau. of 
i.James« and Priscilla (Merrill) (Descendants of James Warren, 

p. 107), b. at Staudish, Me., 1797.,- 

2. Josex>h, m. and had issue. 

3. E><ther. 

4. Elizabeth, m. Benjamin Burrows. 
Children by second husband, b. at Effingham : 

5. Dea. Samuel, of Bangor, Me., lawyer, merchant (Bangor Hist. 

Mag., vol. 3, p. 229), b. Jan. 1804; d. 22 Oct. 1873; m. (Int. 
rec. 23 Aug. 1828, ih. vol. 5, p. 37) Eliza Ann Nichols, dau. of 
Joseph and Ann, b. at Wiscasset, Me., 5 Dec. 1806, d. at 
Arlington, Mass., 20 Oct. 1875 (town records). 

6. Eunice, b. 1805; d. s.p.; m. (1) her cousin, Joseph* Seward 

(14, viii, 3), s. of George* and Sarah* (Huckins), q.v. ; m. (2) 
John LeGros, of Bangor, Me., farmer. 

7. Sarah Jane, b. 12 Sept. 1807; d. at Stow, Me., 22 Sept. 1878; 

m. John Evans Buzzell, s. of Isaiah Evans and Elizabeth 
(Meloon), of Effingham, Fryeburg, Me., 1836, and Stow, Me., 
1842, farmer, b. at Effingham 31 Dec. 1804, d. 10 Mar. 1864. 

* Nicholas* Gilman married fir?t, 8 Aug. 1782, Hannah Badger, daughter of Enoch, 
born at Gilmanton, by whom he had four children, viz. 1. Enoch, of Monroe, Me. ; 2. 
William, of Walden, Yt. ; 3. H.annah, of Madison, Me.; and 4. Nicholas, of Gilman- 
ton, N. H., born 26 Aug. 1789, who married his cousin Polly Gilman, daughter of 
Samuel and Alice (Gilman) (Gilman Genealogy, p. 248; Lancaster's Gilmauton, 
p. 272.) 



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8. MarijAnn.h. 11 Nov. 1811; d. 14 July 1882; m. 8 Sept 1835 

Dea. Joseph Curtis^ White, s. of Jamess aucl Susau (Atwood- 
Raud) (Descendants of William White, p. 49), of Baugor Me 
merchant, town officer, b. at Boston 12 Dec. 1814, d 2 Am 
1888. ^ ■ 

9. Johti Ware, of Bangor, Me., 1837, steamboat agent, b. 1812- d 

14 Nov. 1853; m. 10 Sept. 1835 Susau Kendall Roberts, dau" 
of Francis and Ruth (Russell), b. at Bangor, Me., in 1814, d. 30 
Sept. 1886. 
33. vii. Samuel, b. 12 July 1771. 

viii. Sauah, b. 9 Oct. 1773; d. at Milton, Mass., 21 Nov. 1847- m at 
Giluiantou 11 Feb. 1794 (town records) George* Seward,' son of 
Josepli^ and Lucy^ (Lang) , of Barrington, N. H., 1794, Walden Vt 
1796, and Barnstead, N. H., 1800, farmer, b. at Portsmouth 5 Apr' 
1771, d. at Milton, Mass., 3 June 1854. 

ChUdreu, the flrst two b. at Walden, Vt., the others at Barn- 
stead, N.H. (family Bible in possession, 1910,of George R.8 Seward 
s. of George W.,' of Boston) : ' 

1. Eunice,'' b. 17 Feb. 1797; d. 28 Jan. 1891; m. 11 Apr. 1816 

Oliver^ Dennett, s. of Moses* and Elizabeth (Nutter), of 
Barnstead, farmer, b. at Barnstead 6 Nov. 1780, d. 11 July 
1865. ^ 

2. Nicholas Oilman, of Meredith, farmer, b. 9 Feb. 1799 • d at 

Ripou, Wis., 18 Aug. 1862; m. 12 Sept. 1819 (town records) 
his cousm, Nancy Boynton (14, iv, 4), dau. of William and 
Mary" (HuckinsJ, q.v. 

3. Jusepli, of Barnstead, farmer, b. 27 June 1801; d. s.p.; m. 

his cousin Eunice^ Guernsey (14, vi, 6), dau. of Benjamin 
and Eunice* (Hucliins), q.v. 

4. Sarah, b. 11 Dec. 1803; d. 5 Dec. 1877; m. John^ Adams, s. of 

William' and Hannah (Jacobs) (Adams History, p. 435), of 
Barnstead, carpenter, b. at Barnstead 1800, d. 28 Nov. 1877 

5. Mehilahle, b. 8 June 1805 ;d. 23 June 1819. 

6. Mar^j Kelly, b. 16 Feb. 1807; d. 12 Jan. 1889; m. 27 Oct. 1825 

(town records) her cousm, Joshua*^ Seward, s. of Samuel* and 
Mary (Edgerly),. of Wakefield, farmer, b. at Wakefield 13 
Dec. 1802, d. 7 Feb. 1866. 

7. Eliza Payson, b. 24 Apr. 1809; d. at Melrose, Mass^ 28 Aug. 

1890 ; m. 28 Apr. 1836 James Barnes, s. of Stephen and Eliza- 
beth (Park), of Lowell, Mass., clergyman, b. at Marlborough, 
Mass., 3 June 1799, d. at Manchester, N. H., 9 Jan. 1857. 

8. Buth Jane,° b. 24 June 1811 ; d. at Newton, Mass., 9 Aug. 1901 ; 

m. 28 Mar. 1832 NathanieF Wilson, s. of James*^ and Lucmda 
(Page) (Nathaniel Wilson Chart), of Lowell, Mass., and Law- 
rence, Mass., druggist, postmaster, city treasurer, b. at Pel- 
ham, N. H., 10 Oct. 1808, d. at Lawrence, Mass., 15 Mar. 1864. 

9. George Washington, of Milton, Mass., bridge-builder, b. 26 Sept. 

1813; d. at Cambridge, Mass., 21 Aug. 1880; m. 7 Apr. 1839 
Lucy Amanda Derby, dau. of Rufus and Sarah (Brat'don) 
b. at Lyman, Me., 24 Apr. 1818, d. 19 Dec. 1903. 

10. Lucy Ann, b. 24 Feb. 1817; d. in Boston 15 June 1870; m. in 

Boston 7 Sept. 1843 (city records) John Reed of Boston, 
mariner, soldier in the Civil War, b. in Scotland. 

11. Nancy Melissa, ta. 28 Feb. 1820 ; d. 20 Feb. 1883 ; m. 3 Feb. 1845 

Jabez Frederick, s. of William and Mary Swett (Derby), of 
Boston, merchant, b. at Belfast, Me., 22 Feb. 1820, d. 30 Nov 
1869. 

, Robert® Huckins (James,^ James,* Robert,^ James,^ Robert), of New 
Hampton, farmer, was born at Gilmanton 25 May 1775, and died 10 
Jan. 1843. He married first, 16 Mar. 1801 (town records), Deborah 
Gordon, daughter of Jonathan and Ann, who was born at Brent- 
wood 17 Dec. 1781 and died 28 Feb. 1819 ; secondly, 17 Oct. 181' 



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(lb.), Rebecca Magoon, who was born 11 Apr. 1774 and died 8 
July 1822 ; and thirdly, 21 Sept. 1823 (tb.), Abigail Mudgett, 
daughter of Joseph and Mehitable (Eastman), who was born at 
New Hampton 29 Mar. 178lWd died 18 June 1871. 

Children by first wife, born in New Hampton (family Bible in 
possession, 1910, of Stephen Almon^ Huckins, of New Hampton) : 

34. i. Eliphalet,^ b. 17 Mar. 1802. 

ii. Jonathan, b. 19 Dec. 1804 ; d. 20 Feb. 1806. 

35. iii. Thomas, b. 16 Nov. 1805. 

36. iv. James, b. 29 Mar. 1807. 

V. Nancy, b. 19 July 1809 ; d. s.p. 7 Oct. 1881 ; m. 12 Feb. 1856, as Ms 
third wife, Darius Abbott, sou of Paul aud Naomi (Carr), of 
Sandwich, farmer, b. at Hillsborough 14 May 1803, d. 19 May 1875. 

vi. Susan R., b. 23 Mar. 1811; d. at New Hampton 28 Feb. 1856; m. 
8 Oct. 1836, as his second wife, Ebenezek^ Boynton (14, iv, 6), 
son of William* and Mary^ (Huckins), q.v. 

Children, b. at Plymouth (family Bible in possession, 1910, of 
Susan L.^ (Boynton) James, of Abilene, Kan.) : 

1. James Huckins,^ of Franklin, N. J., carpenter, b. 23 Mar. 1838 ; 

d. at Vineland, N. J., 5 Feb. 1875; m. at Franklin, N. J., 27 
Mar. 1861, Seliua L. Guilford, dau. of Samuel T. aud Submit 
C. (Tenny), b. at Salisbury 1 Nov. 1840, d. 4 Nov. 1905. 

2. Nancy Emily, b. 8 Aug. 1889 ; d. unm. 8 Oct. 1856. 

3. William Edwin, b. 26 Feb. 1841; d. unm. at Meredith 17 May 

1863. 

4. Arthur Ward, of Eoxbury, Vt., travelling salesman, b. 5 Feb. 

1843 ; d. at Roxbury, Vt., 16 May 1871 ; m. Mary . 

5. Siisan Luette,\). 7 Dec. 1845; living (1910) at Abilene, Kan. ; 

m. in Boston 26 Aug. 1875 (city records) Amos Davis James, 
s. of Samuel aud Phebe (Hartley), of Des Moines, coal opera- 
tor, b. at Millwood (Quaker City), Ohio, 18 May 1845, d. at 
Applegate, Oreg., 22 July 1902. 

6. Anna Maria, b. 7 Dec. 1847; living (1910) at Meredith; m. 

(1) 11 Dec. 1868 William A.^ Lang, s. of Alfred* aud Susan 
E. (Burley), of Lawrence, Mass., bank cashier, b. at Law- 
rence, Mass., 10 Mar. 1847, living (1910) ; m. (2) 24 Nov. 1881 
Harry Engard, s. of Joseph and Harriet (Warren), of Phila- 
delphia, bank clerk, b. at Philadelphia 4 June 1851, d. 26 Feb. 
1886 ; m. (3) 7 Oct. 1901 Edward McKiuley, s. of James and 
Elizabetli (Van der Hoveu), of Philadelphia, bank clerk, b. at 
Philadelphia 10 June 1844, d. 11 Dec. 1908. 
vii. Mary (Polly) S., b. 9 Mar. 1813; d. 25 Sept. 1830. 

37. viii. Jonathan Gordon, b. 4 Apr. 1815. 

38. ix. Henry, b. 11 Feb. 1817. 

Children by third wife, born at New Hampton (family Bible, 

ut supra) : 

X. Deborah, b. 15 June 1824; d. s.p. 2 Oct. 1870; m. Sylvtsster B. 
Ames, adopted son of Peter aud Mary (Plaisted), of Holderness 
and Warren, farmer, b. 1821, d. 29 July 1869 (tombstone). 

39. xi. Stephen Pitman, b. 5 June 1826. 

40. xii. Orlando G., b. 5 July 1828. 

.6. Dea. John^ Huckins {James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ Roberf), of 
New Hampton, farmer, was born at Gilmanton 17 Dec. 1782, and died 
3 Oct. 1877. He married first, 17 Feb. 1803 (town records), Judith 
Perkins, daughter of Nathaniel and Judith (Smith), who was born 
at Haverhill, Mass., 4 Mar. 1785 and died 20 June 1820; and 
secondly, 4 Mar. 1821 {ib.), Mary Burnham, who was born 2 Oct. 
1796 and died 17 June 1867. 

He had a farm on the west slope of Shaw Hill, in New Hampton, 
wbere (1910) his grandson Charles B.^ Huckins lives. 



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Children by first wife, born at New Hampton (family Bible in 
possession, 1910, of Charles B.* Huckins, son of Calvin S.,'' of New 
Hampton) : 

i. Dorcas,^ b. 9 Dec. 1803 ; d. 2 Aug. 1888 ; m. 19 Mar. 1826 (town re- 
cords) WiNTHROP Young Hanaford, son of Benjamin and Sarah 
(Wait), of New Hampton, farmer, b. at New Hampton 8 Aug. 1804, 
d. 15 Mar. 1896. 

Children, b. at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 1910, 
of Maria D.^ (Hanaford) Cady, of Stoneham, Mass.) : 

1. Nathaniel Perkins,^ of Chadwicli, 111., 1863, farmer, b. 22 Oct 

1827; d. 15 Nov. 1903; m. 22 Aug. 1852 Zulema^ Prescotti 
dau. of Col. John* and Lucinda (Webster) (Prescott Memo- 
rial, p. 396), b. at Holderness 1 May 1832, d. 10 Apr. 1872. 

2. Lewis B., of Williamsburgh, Iowa, 1880, farmer, b. 25 Aug. 

1829 ; d. 20 Feb. 1891 ; m. 21 Sept. 1854 (town records) Marion 
r.7 Cady, dau. of Lymau« and Emily (Patrick) (Descendants 
of Nicholas Cady, p. 140), b. at Windsor, Vt., 8 May 1832, 
living (1910) at North English, Iowa. 

3. Sarah B., b. 25 Aug. 1829; d. 22 Nov. 1855; m. 31 Dec. 1851 

Eben S. Thompson, s. of Rev. Samuel and Miriam (Morrison), 
of Holderness, shoemaker, b. at Holderness 16 Mar. 1828, d. 
at Stoneham, Mass., 3 Feb. 1887. 

4. Maria D., b. 3 July 1832; living s.p. (1910) at Stoneham, 

Mass. ; m. 12 June 1855 Collin^ Cady, s. of Lyman* and Emily 
(Patrick), of Newton Centre, Mass., '1874, tinsmith, b. at 
Windsor, Vt., 10 Mar. 1828, d. 21 Mar. 1887. 

6. 31ary J., b. 15 Oct. 1833; d. uum. 9 Apr. 1861. 

6. Arah Bockivood, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 1 Mar. 1847; d. 
at Newport 27 Mar. 1906 ; m. 30 Nov. 1867 Caroline M. Ward, 
dau. of Samuel and Nancy B. (Pease), b. at New Hampton 21 
May 1845, living (1910) at Newport. 

41. ii. Nathaniel Perkins, b. 23 June 1806. 

42. iii. John Buzzell, b. 31 May 1810. 

43. iv. Thomas P., b. 11 Jidy 1812. 

44. V. Enos a., b. 7 July 1815. 

vi. Rachel J., b. 19 Aug. 1818; d. 9 Aug. 1897; m. 1840 (int. rec. 28 
May 1840) her cousin, John Mooney Smith (9, vi, 5), son of John 
and Estlier^ (Huckins), q.v. 

Children, b. at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 1910, 
of Cady C.^ Smith of New Hampton) : 

1. Helen M.,^ b. 30 June 1841; d. 9 July 1906; m. 15 Feb. 1872 

(town records) Abbott Morris' Cotton, s. of Morris" and 
Hannah Libby (Bartlett) (Register, vol. 59. p. 38), of Laconia, 
1880, stone-mason, b. at Gilford 20 Mar. 1846, living (1910). 

2. Frank A., b. 14 Nov. 1843; d. num. 27 Oct. 1887. 

3. John M., of Wakefield, Mass., iron-moulder, b. 24 May 1848; 

d. 14 Sept. 1910; m. (1) 4 Dec. 1865 (town records) Sarah 
Buzzell, dau. of Miles and Irene J. (Hill), b. at Concord 2 
June 1847, d. 27 Mar. 1877 ; m. (2) 14 June 1879 Jessie Dexter, 
dau. of James M. and Catherine (McMillen), b. at Amherst 4 
Oct. 1856, living (1910) at Amherst. 

4. Adeline, b. 28 Jan. 1851 ; d. 23 Sept. 1855. 

5. Cady C, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 24 May 1860; living 

(1910); m. (1) 20 Mar. 1890 Elizabeth J. Haskins, dau. of 
William and Rachel J. (Fish), b. at Grafton 2 May 1869, d. 
2 Mar. 1907; m. (2) 9 Mar. 1910 Sarah B. Bunker, dau. of Eli 
and Martha S. (Clough), b. at Meredith 2 June 1877, living 
(1910), 

Children by second wife, born at New Hampton (family Bible, 
ut supra) : 

45. vii. Calvin Smith, b. 11 July 1822. 

46. viii. Daniel G., b. 23 July 1825. 



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ix, Judith P., b. 18 July 1827; d. 10 Aug. 1867; m. 8 Oct. 1844 her cou- 
siu, Oren C. Plaisted (9, xii, 1), sou of Samuel and Nancy* 
(Huckins), q.v. 

Childreu b. at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Rev. Daniel C. York of AUentou, R. I., surviving hus- 
band of Dora J.^ Plaisted) : 

1. Mary Ellen,^ b. 11 Feb. 1847; d. 15 Aug. 1848, 

2. Frances Adeline, b. 11 July 1849; d. 13 Julv 1856. 

3. Louis Sumner, b. 25 July 1851 ; d. 20 Oct. 1852. 

4. Sarah B., b. 13 July 1853 ; d. 25 June 1856. 

5. Frank Curtis, of New York City, stationary engineer, b. 25 

Nov. 1854; d. 1 Jan. 1887; m. in New York City 24 Sept. 
1877 (city records) Caroline Virginia Cash, b. in New York 
City 1853. 

6. Dora J.,h.2 Sept. 1857 ; d. 25 June 1909 ; m. 27 Jan. 1877 Rev. 

Daniel C. York, s. of Oscar F. and Mary (Brown), of AUenton, 
R. I., b. at Campton 5 Mar. 1856, living (1910). 

7. 3Iary N., h. 10 Sept. 1859; living (1910) at Centre Harbor; m. 

(1) 4 Mar. 1876 George R. Blake, s. of Jacob and Viauna (Cle- 
ment), of Holderness, farmer, b. at Holderness Mar. 1858, d. 
11 Mar. 1877; m. (2) 9 Dec. 1878 George H. Hawkins, s. of 
George G. and Susan (Richardson), of Centre Harbor, farmer, 
b. at Centre Harbor 28 Oct. 1857, living (1910). 
5. Sakah B., b. 1 Nov. 1830 ; d. unm. 11 Sept. 1854. 

17. Daniel^ Huckins (James,^ James* Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of New 
Hampton, farmer, was born at New Hampton 11 Jan. 1787, and died 
5 May 1863. He married, 13 Sept. 1807 (town records), Abigail" 
Dow, daughter of Jonathan,® Jr., and Sarah (Hanaford) (Dow's 
Hampton, p. 683), who was born at New Hampton 25 Feb. 1791 
and died 12 Sept. 1872. 

Children, born at New Hampton (all except ivand vii mentioned 
in his will) : 

47. i. Nathan,' b. 5 Apr. 1808. 

48. il. David, b. 12 Feb. 1810. 

49. iii. Jonathan Dolloff, b. 24 Nov. 1812. 

iv. Daniel, b. 21 May 1814; d. 19 June 1818. 

50. V. Calvin, b. 5 Nov. 1816. 

vi. Sarah, b. 25 Apr. 1819 (town records) ; d. 2 Aug. 1894 {ib.) ; m. 10 

Jan. 1841 Ezeiqel Pike, son of Daniel and Sarah (French), of New 

Hampton, lumberman, b. at Hebron 27 Mar. 1808, d. 1 Apr. 1888. 

Children, b. at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 1910, 

of Martha^ (Pike) Sanborn, of New Hampton) : 

1. Laura ^.,« b. 7. Feb. 1842 (town records) ; d. 19 Jan. 1882; m. 

28 Apr. 1863 Daniel L. Tilton, s. of Daniel and Hannah (Simp- 
son), of Sanbornton and New Hampton, farmer, b. at San- 
boruton 28 Dec. 1821, d. at New Hampton 6 Jan. 1900. 

2. ^6/.9rti7ir.,b. 28 June 1843 (i6.); d. 28 Feb. 1904; m. 20 Aug. 

1865 Samuel A. Howard, s. of John and Sarah (Andersen), 
adopted by Zephaniah Batchelder of Loudon, of New Hamp- 
ton, paving contractor, town officer, member of the legisla- 
ture, 1893, soldier in the Civil War (2d Cal. Vol. Cavalry), 
b. at Bath, Me., 16 Aug. 1842, d. 1 May 1911. 

3. Almira W., b. 29 Sept. 1845 (zft.); living (1910); m. (1) 14 

Aug. 1865 Henry C. Wells, s. of John and Sarah (Drake), 
adopted by Benjamin and Leah (Randlett) Shaw, whose family 
name he took, of New Hampton and Laconia, mason, b. at 
Epsom 15 Aug. 1830, d. 25 Sept. 1907; m. (2) 25 Mar. 1900 
David Taylor, s. of Henry and Lucy A. (Sweet), of Weirs and 
New Hampton, farmer, soldier in the Civil War, b. at Amster- 
dam, N. Y., 23 Oct. 1840, living (1910). 

4. Martha, b. 30 July 1850 {ih.) ; living (1910) ; m. 20 Dec. 1871 



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her second cousin, Frank D. Sanborn, s. of Chase and Mary 
(Smith), of New Hampton, lumber merchant, b. at New Hamp- 
ton 26 Dec. 1839, living (1910). 

5. Luther 31., of Manchester, manufacturer of concrete, b. 2 May 

1852 (!&.) ; living; (1910) ; m. (1) at Meredith 25 Dec. 1872 
(ib.) his second cousin Ella E.^ Huckins (100, i), dau. of 
George^ and Clarissa (Sinitii), <j v. ; m. (2) 25 Mar. 1891 (ib.) 
Nellie A. Ward. dan. of Samuel and Nancy B. (Pease), b. at 
New Hampton 9 Apr. is.-,:), living' (1910). 

6. Daniel, b. 1 Oct. 1834 (/&.) ; d. 19 Apr. 1856. 

7. Sarah E.,h. 18 Dec. 1856 (ib.) ; livings./). (1910) ; m. (1) 10 Oct. 

1877 her second cousin, James^ Huckins (100, iii). s. of 
George^ and Clarissa" (Smith), q.v. ; m. (2) 1 Jan. 1896 Frank 
Merrill, s. of George and Emeline (French), of Rumney, tin- 
smith, b. at Kumney, d. at Greeley, Col., 4 June 1902 ; m. (3) 22 
Mar. 1905, as his second wife. Samuel A. Howard, surviving 
husband of her sister Abigail H., q. v. 

8. Elizabeth 31., b. 2 Oct. 1858 (ib.) ; d. s.p. 20 Nov. 1908; m. (1) 

at New Hampton 25 May 1878, as his second wife, Oreu Frank 
Dow, s. of Peter and Mary Ann*' (Prescott) (Prescott Memorial, 
p. 347), of New Hampton, farmer, preacher, b. at New Hamp- 
ton 25 May 1830, d. at Meredith 16 Oct. 1907 ; m. (2) 13 May 
1903 Edward W. Gilbert, s. of Hammond and Susan (Web- 
ster), of Los Angeles, Cal., real-estate broker, b. at Burton, 
Ohio, 4 May 1841." living (1910). 
vii. Abigail, b. 25 Sept. 1824 (town records) ; d. s.p. 6 May 1849; m. 
15 June 1848 (ib.) Daniel C Kelley, son of Daniel and Sarah, of 
Manchester, tinsmith, b. at Moultonborough 25 Mar. 1823, d. 24 
May 1849 (tombstone). 

51. viii. Daniel B., b. 8 Aug. 1826. 

52. ix. Joseph D., b. 4 Aug. 1828. 

53. X. Dana D., b. 22 May 1880. 

xi. HosEA Q., of Saugns, Mass., mason, b. 1832; d. s.p. at Saugus, 
Mass., 27 Dec. 1867 (town records; ; m. (int. rec. 4 Feb. 1863) 
Helen DAvas Nickbbson, daughter of Jesse and Mary (Smalley), 
b. at Provincetown, Mass., 8"Nov. 1837, d. at Saugus, Mass., 2 
Nov. 1867 (town records) . 

18. James® Huckins {James,^ James,* Robert,^ James,''' Robert'^), of New 
Hampton, farmer, was born at New Hampton 7 Jan. 1789, and died 
there 21 Jan. 1825. He married, 5 May 1811 (town records), Abi- 
gail'^ Smith, daughter of Benjamin" (Revolutionary pensioner) and 
Judith P. (Pottle) (Dow's Hampton, p. 981 ; Runnells's Sanborn- 
ton, p. 739 ; Shaw Records, p. 42), who was born at New Hampton 
9 Sept. 1791 and died 5 Mar. 1854 (tombstone). 

Children, born at New Hampton : 
i. RuTHB.,''b.4Julyl812;d.5Feb. 1907;m.9Dec. 1841 (townrecords) 
Perkin p. Dow, son of Peter and Mary Ann^ (Prescott) (Prescott 
Memorial, p. 347), of New Hampton, drayman, b. 17 Oct. 1820, d. 
in California abt. 1850. 

Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. George L.,^ of Gilmanton, farmer, b. Aug. 1842; d. 25 Jan. 

1892 ; m. 18 Aug. 1866 Emma F. Bryant, dau. of Charles D. 
and Meribah Taylor^ (Cotton) (Register, vol. 59, p. 38), b. at 
Laconia 16 Nov. 1846, m. (2) Reuben G. Hoyt, living (1910) 
at Belmont. 

2. John 31., of New Hampton, farmer, soldier in the Civil War, 

b. Sept. 1844; d. num. at Washington, D. C, 7 July 1864. 

3. Elizabeth A., b. 2 Oct. 1846 ; living s.p. (1910) at Ashland ; m. 

2 Dec. 1877 Samuel Hodgson, s. of Ellis and Sarah (Lassey) 
(History of Merrimack and Belknap Counties, p. 860) , of Mere- 
dith, 18*75, manufacturer, b. at Halifax, co. York, England, 19 
Jan. 1842, d. 9 Feb. 1906. 



4. Bufus P., of Laconia, 1890, machiaist, b. 1 Jan. 1849; living 

s. p. (1910) ; m. 23 May 1871 Abigail 0. Sawyer, dau. of Smith 
and Susanna C (Woodbury), b. at New Hampton 28 Nov. 
1852, living (1910). 

5. Charles H., of Ashland, farmer, b. 28 Feb. 1851 ; living unm. 

(1910). 
54. ii. Bexjamin Smith, b. 20 Nov. 1813. 

iii. Abigail, b. 7 Dec. 181(i; d. 27 July 1906; m. 4 Aug. 1835 Frye 
HuTCHiNS, son of David and Elizabeth (Holt), of Hanover, Me., 
farmer, merchant, b. at Rumford, Me., 14 Aug. 1810, d. 10 July 
1879. 
Children, b. at Hanover, Me. : 

1. Ellis J.,8 b. 21 Feb. 1837; d. s.p. 21 Nov. I860; m. Mar. 1855 

Charles R.* Abbott, s. of Ebenezer* and Catherine (Farnum) 
(Abbott Family, vol. 2, p. 958), of Hanover, Me., machinist, 
b. at Errol 11 Feb. 1830, d. 29 Apr. 1877. 

2. George IF., of Audover, Me., farmer, b. 10 Oct. 1841; living 

(1910) ; m. 13 July 1865 Georgia McAllister, dau. of Richard 
B. and Jane B. (Bodwell), b. at Andover, Me., 21 June 1843, 
living (1910). 

3. Charles F., of Lowell, Mass., mercliant, b. 21 May 1856 ; living 

(1910) ; m. at Bethel, Me., 5 Sept. 1877, Ida M. Howe, dau. 
of Jesse B. and Caroline M." (Abbott) {ib., vol. 2, p, 941), 
b. at Hanover, Me., 17 July 1854, living (1910). 
iv. John P., b. 1818; went abt. 1840 to Australia, where he is said to 
have married. 
65. V. Maktin Luther, b. 22 Dec. 1820. 

56. vi. Caleb A., b. 11 May 1823. 

19. Charles® Huckins (James,^ James,* Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), of 
Centre Harbor, farmer, was born at New Hampton 11 Jan. 1793, 
and died 5 Feb. 1864 (tombstone). He married Susan Wilkinson, 
daughter of Benning and Deborah (Langley), who was born at 
Allenstown in 1789 and died 3 July 1864 (tombstone). 
Children, born at Centre Harbor : 

57. i. L-iTViAN,^ b. 11 June 1816. 

58. ii. Warken, b. 21 Oct. 1818. 

59. iii. Horace, b. 31 May 1820. 

iv. Mary F., b. 16 Sept. 1822 ; d. 1 May 1868 ; m. 1 Nov. 1846 Daniel 
Davis, son of John and Dorothy (Cawley), of Lalieport, shoe- 
maker, b. at Gilford 18 Aug. 1814, d. 16 Dec. 1902. 

Children, b. at Lakeport (family Bible in possession, 1910, of 
Anne E. Babcock, daughter of Dorothy A.^ (Davis), of Plymouth) : 

1. Ahignil E.,^ b. 24 Nov. 1849; d. 26 Feb. 1864. 

2. Dorothy A., b. 16 Sept. 1853; d. 28 July 1892; m. 17 Nov. 1878 

Charles Babcock, s. of John M. and Miriam (Tewksbury), of 
New Hampton, farmer, b. at New Hampton 17 Mar. 1858, 
living (1910) at Manchester. 

3. Thomas J., of Lakeport, machinist, b. 17 Oct. 1858; d. 3 Dec. 

1884; m. 27 Nov. 1882 Clara M. Casson, dau. of William S. 
and Anna E. (Howard), b. at Lansdowne, Out., 16 Aug. 1864, 
d. 9 May 1900. 

4. Jessie M., b. 29 Aug. 1861 ; d. 15 Mar. 1868. 

60. V. Timothy P. Smith, b. 3 Mar. 1826. 

vi. Almira S., b. 28 June 1828; d. s.p. 21 Sept. 1855 (tombstone) ; m. 
16 Nov. 1849 her cousin, James H. Plaisted (9, xii, 5), sou of 
Samuel and Nancy" (Huckins), q.v. 

20. Robert* Huckins (Robert,^ Jo/m,'^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Lee, 
yeoman, was born at Madbury 25 Apr. 1750, and married, about 
1772, Mary® Dame, daughter of Moses^ and Anna (Hunking) 
(Register, vol. 65, p. 216), who was born at Lee about 1756. 



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Children, born at Madbury : 

61. i. Moses/ b. 9 Nov. 1774. 

ii. Hannah, m. Levi Emerson, son of Joseph (or Daniel) and Tem- 
perance* (Dame), of Lee. Only child (a son), h. at Lee; d. in 
infancy. 

21. Israel^ Huckins {Robert,^ Jolm,^ Robert,^ James^ Robert^), of Bar- 
rington (Straiford), 1765, innkeeper, town officer, was born at Mad- 
bury 15 Sept. 1760, and died 20 May 1823. He married Ruth^ 
Dame, daughter of Moses^ and Anna (Hunting) (Register, vol. 65, 
p. 216), who was born at Lee 3 Apr. 1761 and died 6 Apr. 1841. 

He cleared on the northerly side of Bow Lake a farm, owned in 
1910 by his great-grandson, Frank W.^ Huckins of Boston. 

He served in Long's artillery regiment in New Castle fort during 
the winter of 1776-7 (N. H. State Papers, vol. 14, pp. 373, 386, 
497, 506 ; Adjutant-General's Report, 1866, vol. 2, p. 291 ; Granite 
State Magazine, vol. 4, p. 95), and was a pensioner. 

Children, born at Barrington (Boody Ajinals, pp. 167-8, 217) : 

62. i. Robert,^ b. 2 June 1783. 

ii. Sarah, b. 3 Sept. 1785 ; d. May 1865 ; m. 7 Mar. 1810 John Harper, 
son of Lieut. John Scribner and Ann (Folsom) (Folsom Family, 
p. 49), of New Hampton, farmer, b. at New Hampton 18 Mar. 
1781, d. 26 June 1843. 

Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Israel Dame,^ b. 21 Oct. 1810; d. unm. 1832. 

2. Euth H., b. 17 Mar. 1812; d. 7 Mar. 1892 (town records) ; m. 

14 Dec. 1830 (ib.) Samuel Woodman, s. of Thomas and Anna 
(Carr), of New Hampton, farmer, b. at New Hampton 31 Mar. 
1803, d. after 1850. 

3. Sarah (7., b. 31 May 1813; d. 22 Aug. 1874; m. 27 Dec. 1836 

John Lyman Mead, s. of John and Hannah (Howe), of Hill, 
cabinet-maker, b. at New Hampton 25 July 1810, d. 4 Nov. 
1880. 

4. JohivH.^ of New Hampton, farmer, b. 5 Sept. 1814 ; d. 4 Dec. 

1906; m. 8 Dec. 1839 Mary D.^ Prescott, dau. of Eufus« and 
Comfort (Dow) (Prescott Memorial, p. 347), b. at New Hamp- 
ton 20 Nov. 1818, d. 31 Mar. 1893. 

5. Arvilla K., b. 3 June 1822 ; d. s.p. 12 Oct. 1843 ; m. 10 Feb. 1842 

Carr Huse, s. of John and Elizabeth (Straw), of Hill, farmer, 
b. at Hill 12 Apr. 1814, d. 26 July 1869. 

63. iii. Israel, b. 29 Apr. 1791. 
iv. Jacob, d. in infancy. 

22. Andrew® Huckins (Robert,^ Jolin,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Mad- 
bury, yeoman, born at Madbury 15 Aug. 1768, was accidentally 
drowned in 1824. He married, Sept. 1791 (town records), Mart 
Daniels, daughter probably of Jacob and Mary, who was born at 
Barrington. 

His farm was in Madbury near the Barrington line. 

Children, born at Madbury (family Bible in possession, 1910, of 
Sylvester B.* Huckins, son of Andrew,® of Alton) : 

64. i. John D.,' b. 13 May 1793. 

65. ii. Robert Levi, b. 19 Aug. 1801. 

iii. Mary, b. Jan. 1807 ; d. at Dover 29 May 1858 (tombstone) ; m. 1 
May 1828 (town records) Benjamin F. Babb of Barrington, far- 
mer, mill-superintendent, b. at Barrington May 1807, d. at Dover 
29 Oct. 1851 (tombstone). 

Children : 
1. Sarah Jane,^ b. 24 Jan. 1831 ; d. 25 Apr. 1874 ; m. at Dover 4 



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June 1854 Beujamiu Franklin Furber, s. of Edmund and 
Deborah (Walker), of Alton, farmer, b. at Alton 13 Aug. 1822^ 
m. (2) Susan (Gate) Gray, widow of George W. 
2. Ann Hester, m. (1) Samuel Hall of Dover; m. (2) 23 Apr. 1863 
(town records) John Freeman Bickford, s. of Isaac and Sarah 
(Jenness), of Farmington, farmer, b. at Rochester 25 Sept. 
1826, d. 7 Apr. 1885 (ib.). 

23. John® Huckins (John,^ John,'^ Robert,^ James,'^ Robert^), of Barrington, 

1788, yeoman, was born at Madbury about 1759, and died 13 Aug. 
1811 (tombstone). He married, 22* May 1783 (N. H. Gen. Record, 
vol. 4, p. 151 ; McDuifie's Rochester, ^. 608), Mart-* Pearl, 
daughter of .Josej^h^ (John,'^ Nicholas^) and Sarah (Bickford)^ who 
was born at Rochester in 1760 and died 18 Sept. 1835 (tombstone). 
His will, dated May 1805 and proved 2 Sept. 1811, mentions his 
wife, not named, his daughters Sarah and Mary, his sister Mollie, 
and his mother, and gives all his real estate to his " only " son 
Joseph'' (Strafford Probate Records, vol. 13, p. 472). 

He was in Hill's matross company at Seavey's Island in the fall 
of 1775 (N. H. State Papers, vol. 14, p. 235). 

Children, doubtless all born at Barrington : 
1. Sarah,'' b. 25 Feb. 1784 ; m. 26 Nov. 1801 (town records) her cousin, 
Solomon* Pearl, son of John* (Joseph, ^ Johu,^ Nicholas*) and 
Deborah (Young), of Barrington, farmer, b. at Barrington 20 Apr. 
1782, d. 5 Oct. 1861. 

Children, the first three b. at Barrhigton, the others at Straf- 
ford (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Elizabeth, dau. of Mary 
E.* (Pearl) Brock, of Cambridge, Mass.) : 

1. John H.,^ of California, b. 8 Jan. 1804; m. at New Durham, 6 

Apr. 1826 (town records), Abigail Bodge. 

2. Josejjh H., of Turner, Me., farmer, b. 20" Sept. 1806. 

3. Nathaniel H., of Maine, b. 28 Oct. 1810; m. at Barrington 28 

Nov. 1833 (ib.) Mary Hall. 

4. Deborah Young, b. 23 Oct. 1814 ; m. George Sherburn of Bar- 

rington, farmer. 

5. Sarah Ann, b. 12 June 1817; m. Nathaniel Walker of New- 

market, N. H., and Roxbury, Mass., farmer. 

6. Manj Elizabeth, b. 7 June 1819; d. 14 Apr. 1908; m. 26 Sept. 

1841 Nicholas Brock,''s. of Nicholas and Nancy (Young), of 
-Cambridge, Mass.,^carpenter, b. at Barrington 14 Feb. 1816, d. 
1900. 

7. George Washington, of Barrington, farmer, b. 1 June 1825 ; m. 

(1) at Lee 9 June 1853 Mary E. York ; m. (2) Sarah Barley. 

8. William Henry, of Strafford, farmer, b. 5 Aug. 1828; d. s.p.; 

m. at Barrington 27 July 1856 Mary A. Hill, dau. of Samuel 
and Hannah (Dow) , b. at Barnstead in 1826, who m. (2) George 
Bennett of Strafford. 
ii. Mary, b. 1786 ; d. 16 July 1861 (tombstone) ; m. Aaron Waldron, 
son of Aaron and Hannah' (Boody) (Boody Annals, p. 141), of 
Barrington, farmer, b at Strafford 6 Feb. 1779 (family Bible of 
Aaron and Hannah' (Boody) Waldron), d. 25 Jan. 1825 (ib.). 
66. iii. Joseph, b. 28 July 1789. 

24. James® Huckins (John,^ John,'^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), carpenter, 

was born at Madbury about 1762, and died in 1813. He married first 

Elizabeth , whose maiden name according to vague and 

unsupported family tradition was Montgomery ; and secondly a wife 
whose name has been lost and who died in 1813. 

He was of Barrington in 1790, and was taxed there in 1795 but 
not afterwards, and probably removed then to Dorchester, where 



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he was in 1798 (Strafford Deeds, vol. 27, pp. 313, 314). He was 
town officer at Barrington at intervals from 1783 to 1795. In 1813 
he is said to have been of Windsor, Vt. 

Children by first wife, born at Barrington (Strafford) : 
i. John,' mariner, num., said to liave died at sea. 

67. ii. Nathaniel, b. 25 May 1787. 

68. iii. Daniel, b. 1789 (?). 

iv. Jonathan, mariner, unm., said to have died at sea. 
V. Abka, d. unm. 

Children by second wife : 

69. vi. James, b. 8 Apr. 1807. 

vii. Mary, b. 1809; d. unm. 1829. 

25. SamueL^ Huckins {John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Rolert^), of New 
Hampton 1790, and of Meredith 1822, farmer, was born, probably 
at Madbury, about 1764, and died 14 Oct. 1840 (tombstone). He 
married, in 1789, Mary Jane Heron, who is said to have been 
born in Ireland in 1767 and who died 20 May 1849 (tombstone). 

He had a farm in Meredith near the New Hampton line, occu- 
pied in 1910 bv the widow of his grandson Alanson, son of Nancy 
P.^ (Huckins) bolloff. 

Children, born on Shingle Camp Hill, New Hampton : 
i. Mary,' b. 19 May 1790 (town records) ; d. 23 Mar. 1876; m. 6 Dec. 
1812 Joseph Kollins, son of Reuben aud Elizabetli (Smitli), of 
Bridgewater and Bristol, 1823, miller, b. at Bridge water 8 Apr. 
1791, d. 9 Aug. 1877. 

Children, the first five b. at Bridgewater, the others at Bristol 
(Musgrove's Bristol, p. 362) : 

1. Eliza,^ b. 13 Sept. 1813; d. at Wentworth 28 S§pt. 1848; m. 5 

May 1833 Putnam Spalding of Bridgewater,,i<N. H., and of 
Chelsea, Mass., merchant.^ 

2. Samuel H., of Bristol, farmer, miller, town officer, colonel of 

militia, b. 30 June 1815; d. 12 May 1895 (town records) ; m. 
(1) 17 Oct. 1838 Irene Whipple, dau. of Joseph and Lydia 
(Blaisdell), b. at Hebron 29 Dec. 1817 (ib.), d. 30 Oct. 1875 j 
m. (2) 27 Feb. 1876 Huldah Walker, widow, 

3. Sarah Jane, b. 14 Oct. 1817; d. 25 Aug. 1894; m. 29 May 1836 

John F. Tilton, s. of She^'burn and Ruth (Emmons), of 
Alexandria and Bristol, 1871, farmer, b. at Bristol 19 Apr. 
1806, d. 11 July 1888. 

4. 3Iary S., b. 20 Apr. 1821; d. 15 June 1884; m. 28 Oct. 1841 

Samuel S. Fellows, s. of Josiah and Susanna (Sanborn), of 
Bristol, farmer, b. at Bristol 14 July 1818, d. 15 Mar. 1893. 

5. A Son, b. 26 July 1823; d. 7 Aug. 1823. 

G. Joseph F., of Bristol, mechanic, merchant, member of the Legis- 
lature, b. 6 Nov. 1824 ; d. 13 July 1864 ; m. 29 Oct. 1848 Amanda 
Jane Ingalls, dau. of Oilman and Sarah (Roberts), b.f'll June 
1826,:m. (2) George W.^ Dow, living (1910) at Bristol. 

7. Pdchard B., of Bristol, farmer, b. 13 Jan. 1829; d. 2 Apr. 1886; 

m. Martha Gray, b. at Sheffield, Vt., 22 Nov. 1829, d. at Laconia 
1908. 

8. Harriet, b. 16 Feb. 1831 ; d. 9 May 1842. 

9. Lyman, of California. 1866, and New Orleans, 1885, engineer, 

soldier in the Civil War, b. 22 Nov. 1832 ; d. 11 Nov. 1892 ; m. 

(1) 4 July 1854 Caroline Augusta Flanders, dau. of Timothy 

P. aud Mary J. (Fowler), b. at Hopkinton 5 Apr. 1837, m. (2) 

1 Jan. 1871 Alva A. Young, of Concord, d. 18 Sept. 1906. 

ii. Sarah, b. 19 Sept. 1792 (town records) ; d. 8 May 1855 ; m. at New 

Hampton, 23 Mar. 1817 (j6.), David Thompson, of Bridgewater and 

Hebron, N. H., and of Pilot Grove, lU., farmer, b. in New Hamp- 

shii-e 19 Mar. 1796, d. 21 July 1846. 



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Children, b. at Hebron : 

1. David /S'.,« b. 26 Oct. 1818; d. 11 Jan. 1819. 

2. Sarah, b. 13 Feb. 1820; d. 3 Apr. 1888; m. 29 Dec. 1839 Jason 

K. Jacob, s. of Uduey Hay and Elizabeth (Hubbard), of Dur- 
ham, 111., farmer, b. in Connecticut 24 Aug. 1806, d. at Durham, 
ni., 14 Dec. 1882. 

3. Mahala Elizabeth, h. 28 July 1825; d. 3 Feb. 1891; m. 26 Mar. 

1846 Joseph Lionberger, s. of Joseph and Estlier (Burner), of 
Durham, HI., 1848, and of Pilot Grove, 111., 1851, farmer, 
miller, b. near Richmond, Va., 24 Dec. 1818, d. 31 Oct. 1886. 

4. David Jackson^ of Carthage, 111., carpenter, b. 22 Dec. 1832; 

living (1910) ; m. 22 Nov. 1859 Thankful N. Springer, dau. 
of Zebulon and Eliza (Lincoln), b. at Pilot Grove, 111., 2 July 
1839, d. 8 Nov. 1884. 
iii. Jaije, b. 17 Nov. 1793 (town records) ; d. 21 Sept. 1862 (tombstone) ; 
m. 17 Aug. 1817 (town records) David Dolloff, son of David (?), 
of Meredith, farmer, b. at Northfleld 26 Apr. 1792 (i6.), d. 8 May 
1849 (tombstone). 
Children, b. at Meredith : 

1. Sylvester,^ of Lawrence, Mass., carpenter, b. 1820; m. Lucy 

Ann Messer(?), b. at Lunenburg, Mass. 

2. Lorenzo Z>., of Meredith, farmer, b. 17 Nov. 1821 ; d. 20 Mar. 

1905 (town records) ; m. Feb. 1848 (i6.) Susan P. Smith, dau. 
of Joseph and Elizabeth (Bean), b. at Corinth, N. Y., 7 July 
1827, d. 11 Nov. 1894 (i6.). 

3. Nancy, b. 6 Aug. 1825 ; d. at Meredith 8 Nov. 1894 (ih.) ; m. 

Oct. 1847 (ih.) William M. Webster, s. of Thomas and Jane 
(Staples), of Manchester, blaciismith, b. at Gilford 5 Dec. 
1805, d. 27 May 1887. 

4. Mary Jane, b. 1826; d. 18 Jan. 1890; m. Charles Lafayette Kim- 

ball, s. of Joseph and Elizabeth (Smith) (Kimball Family, 
vol. 2, p. 1143), of Meredith, farmer. 

5. Eliza A., b. 1827 ; d. 3 Oct. 1892 ; m. (1) Jeremiah Morton Smith, 

s. of John, of Meredith, farmer, b. at Laconia; m. (2) 

Seavey of Mereditli. 

6. Miriam, b. 1828; d. 15 Feb. 1871; m. John C. Baxter, s. of 

Samuel and Asenath (Currier), of Lalieport, blacksmith, b. at 
New Hampton 1832, d. 9 Sept. 1894 (town records). 

7. Fhineas, of Meredith, farmer, b. 31 Oct. 1834; d. 24 Jan. 1902 

{ib.) ; m. (1) 2 Apr. 1863 (i&.) Emeline E. (Dolloflf) Marston, 
dau. of John L. and Elizabeth (Colby) and widow of Jere- 
miah^ (Marston Family, p. 463), b. at Sutton, Vt., 5 Aug. 1825, 
d. 1 June 1888 (town records) ; m. (2) 21 Aug. 1889 Emma 
A. Blake, dau. of Stephen and Elizabeth, b. at Sutton, Vt., 
1854. living (1910). 

8. Elizabeth E., b. 1835; d. unm. 25 Mar. 1882. 

9. Abigail S., b. 11 June 1837 ; d. at Lakeport 29 July 1892 (ib.) ; 

m. 11 June 1857 (ib.) Stephen A. Newell of Lakeport, cabinet- 
maker. 
I. iv. Samuel Brewster, b. 25 Oct. 1797 (town records). 
.. v. John, b. 19 Dec. 1799 (town records). 
vi. Nancy P., b. 29 May 1801 ; d. 21 Oct. 1881 (tombstone) ; m. 17 Nov. 
1822 (town records) Jesse Dolloff, son of Joseph, of Meredith, 
farmer, b. 16 Nov. 1800, d. 28 Mar. 1878 (ib.). 

Children, b. at Meredith (family Bible in possession, 1910, of 
Octavia J. Elder of Meredith, widow of Alanson** Dolloif) : 

1. Alpheus,^ of Lake VUlage, stone-mason, b. 6 May 1823; d. s.p. 

14 May 1887 (town records) ; m. 29 Feb. 1844 '{ib.) Eliza Jane 
Chase, dau. of Abel, b. at Meredith. 

2. Leavitt Washington, of Lancaster, railroad road-master, b. 19 

Nov. 1824; d. 10 Mar. 1891 (ib.) ; m. (1) Mary Chase, dau. of 
Abel, b. 8 Mar. 1823, d. 6 Apr. 1852 ; m. (2) 17 Aug. 1852 (ib.) 
Sarah Smith Herrick, dau. of Daniel and Narcissa, b. at Frank- 
lin 20 June 1830, d. 30 Apr. 1891. 



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3. Eozina, b. 11 May 1827 ; d. 30 Apr. 1842. 

4. Augusta A., b. 4 May 1829; d. unm. 12 Mar. 1852. 

5. Alanson^ of Fitchbui-g, Mass., 1879, and Meredith, machinist, 

farmer, b. 12 Apr. 1832 ; d. 3 Apr. 1907 ; m. (1) Susan Har- 
riman, b. at Warren, who m. (2) Jesse Taylor, of Plymouth ; 
m. (2) at Leominster, Mass., 3 July 1873 0&.), Esther Arnold, 
dau. of Sylvester and Lucia (Webster), b. at Thompson, Conn., 
5 Mar. 1825, d. 12 Jan. 1887 {ib.) ; m. (3) 18 Oct. 1887 {ib.) 
Ellen J. (Manahau) Marston, widow, dan. of John and Winnie 
b. at Milton, Mass., 1835; m. (4) 14 Oct. 1895 Octavia J. 
Ricker, widow, dau. of Lewis H. and Octavia W. (Jordan), 
b. on the Atlantic Ocean in 1847, who m. (3) John Elder, 
and is living (1910) at Meredith. 
72. vii. Jacob, b. 6 Oct. 1805 (town records). 

viii. Mahala, b. 23 Feb. 1809; d. 29 Apr. 1871; m. at Bristol 11 Oct. 
183(3 (town records), Samuel Berry, sou of John and Susaima 
(McNeil), of Bristol, shoemaker, b. at Straflbrd 10 June 1810, d. at 
Watertown, Mass., 20 Oct. 1874. 

Children, b. at Bristol (Musgrove's Bristol, p. 39) : 

1. Sarah Ann,^ b. 18 Aug. 1837; d. num. 20 Dec. 1856. 

2. Ellen Frances, b. 1 Jan. 1840; d. at Edgartown; Mass., 18 Nov. 

1908 ; m. 1 Nov. 1862 Charles H.» Kimball, s. of Francis New- 
ton^ and Mary Ann (Parshley) (Kimball Family, vol. 2, p. 936), 
of Brighton, Mass., merchant, b. at Brentwood 1 Nov. 1844, 
living (1910). 

3. Charles W., of Watertown, Mass., farmer, merchant, soldier in 

the Civil War, b. 30 Sept. 1842 ; d. 10 Nov. 1911 ; m. at Water- 
town, Mass., 18 Mar. 1868, Mary A. Gleason, dau. of Luther 
and Mary (Eaton), b. at Wayland, Mass., 1 July 1838, living 
(1910) at Watertown, Mass. 

4. Ilarij Emily, b. 23 Sept. 1844; d. 15 Nov. 1856. 

5. George Henry, sergt.-maj. U. S. Marines, b. 5 May 1847; d. 

unm. 5 Jan. 1898. 
ix. Eliza E., b. 6 Oct. 1812 ; d. 26 Dec. 1881 ; m. (1) at Bristol, 17 Feb. 
1833 (town records) , Samuel Marden, son of Josiah and Mehitable 
(Buzzell), of Northfleld. farmer, d. 1 Nov. 1834; m. (2) Lukb 
Mewers, of Gilmanton, blacksmith; m. (3) 23 Mar. 1843 (ib.), as 
his second wife, Royal^ Choate, son of SamueP and Nancy (Jack- 
man) (Coffin's Boscawen, p. 490). of Boscawen, farmer, b. atBosca- 
weu 12 June 1796, d. 27 Mar. 1882. 

Child by first husband, b. at Northfleld : 

1. William C,* of Boscawen, farmer, b. 2 Mar. 1834; d. unm. 23 

Mar. 1900. 
Children by third husband, b. at Boscawen : 

2. Boyal, of Boscawen, farmer, b. 25 Apr. 1846; living (1910) ; m. 

26 Dec. 1877 his cousin, Nettie Frances Webster, dau. of 
William M. and Nancv (Dollofl") (25, iii, 3), b. at Lakeport 
4 Aug. 1861, living (1910). 

3. Lucy A., h. 3 Oct. 1848; livings. p. (1910) at Boscawen; m. 3 

May 1873 John F. Colby, s. of Osgood and Lavina (Tandy), 
of Boscawen, farmer, b. at Salisbury 4 Apr. 1841, d. 8 Nov. 
1892. 
78. X. David Thompson, b. 23 Feb. 1819. 

26. Ebenezer® Huckins (John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), oi New 
Hampton, 1799, of Bridgewater, 1800, and of Morrill's Mills, near 
Stanstead, P. Q., after 1815, farmer, was born probably at Madbury 
about 1775, and disappeared before 1845. He married, at Bridge- 
water (intention recorded 31 Aug. 1799), Abigail Heath, daugh- 
ter of Isaac (or Nathaniel), who is said to have been born in Ireland, 
and who died about 1846. 



Cliildren (statement of Mary, widow of Moses'' Huckins) : 

74. i. Jonathan Crawford^ b. 1800.* 

75. ii. Ebenezer, b. 8 Jan. 1807. 

76. iii. George, b. 27 Juue 1809. 
iv. Isaiah, d. iu iufaucy. 

V. Abigail, d. at Lowell, Mass., 3 May 1872; m. (1) Aldrich; 

m. (2) Bailey. 

Children, the first two certainly, and perhaps all, by first 
husband : 

1. UHUiam,^ of Neponset, 111., farmer. 

2. Chester, of Neponset, 111., farmer. 

3. liusmcr. 

4. AhiyaiLm. Samuel Brown. 

5. Olive, m. Joshua Willis of Lowell, Mass. 

77. vi. HiKL. 

78. vii. Moses, b. 6 July 1814. 

79. viii. William, b. 8 July 1815. 

ix. A DAUGHTER (perhaps), in. Hayes. 

27. Joseph® Huckins {Isaac,^ Robert,'^ Robert,'' James,"^ Robert^), of Pitts- 
field, 1800, and of Bridgewater, 1814, yeoman, was born at Barnstead 
6 Aug. 1777 (town records), and died at Bridgewater 19 July 1858 
(town records). He married, before 1800, Nancy Collins, daugh- 
ter of Ezekiel and Mary (Dow), who was born at Salisbury, Mass., 
22 Apr. 1774 (town records) and died 14 Sept. 1862. His will, 
dated 12 .Ian. 1855 and proved 22 July 1858 (Grafton Probate 
, Records, vol. 33, p. 496), mentions his wife Nancy and all his 
children except James and Mary. 

Children, the first six born at Pittsfield, the others at Bridgewater : 

80. i. Nathan C.,^ b. 10 Aug. 1800 (town records). 

ii. James, clergyman, b. 8 Feb. 1803 (town records) ; d. unm. 16 July 
1834. 

iii. Mary, b. 22 Mar. 1805 (town records) ; d. G Apr. 1832 ; m. 1830 Ben- 
jamin Cass of Tilton, carpenter, b. 23 May 1808, d. 11 Aug. 1866. 
Only child, a son. b. and d. 13 Jan. 1832. 

iv. Mehitable, b. 19 Aug. 1807 (town records) ; d. s.p. 2 Mar. 1876; m. 
BEN.JAMIN Cass, surviving husband of her sister Mary, q.v* 

V. Lydia, b. 2 Sept. 1809 ; d. 15 Mar. 1882 ; m. at Bristol 24 Oct. 1836 
(town records), Jeremiah Cass, son of Benjamin and Anna (Quim- 
by), of Bridgewater and Plymouth, stone-cutter, b. at Candla 4 
Mar. 1807. d. 16 Dec. 1872. 
Children, b. at Plymouth : 

1. James Wesley,^ b. 5 Sept. 1837; d. 4 Oct. 1837. 

2. Annie J., b. 19 Sept. 1838; d. 11 Sept. 1840. 

3. Jeremiah Lewis, b. 3 Aug. 1840 ; d. 21 Mar. 1849. 

4. Austin, b. 17 Apr. 1842 ; d. 5 June 1842. 

5. Bryant E., b. 30 Apr. 1843; d. 31 May 1843. 

6. Benjamin Qidmby, soldier in the Civil War, b. 6 Nov. 1844; d. 

in Grace Church Hospital, Alexandria, Va., 2 Aug. 1864, from 
wounds received in battle. 

7. Annie Jane, b. 9 Aug. 1847; d. unm. 16 Dec. 1868. 

8. Jeremiah Louis, of Concord, book-printer (Rumford Press), b. 

21 May 1850; living (1910); m. 12 Jan. 1878 Grace Hannah 
Bean, dau. of Dea. William Taylor and Sarah (Felch), b. at 
New London 15 May 1852, living (1910). 

9. Henry J., stone-mason, b. 26 Aug. 1853; disappeared many years 

ago. 

* Laura Ann Cass, an adopted child of Benjamin and Mehitable (Huckins) Cass, b. 
at Bridgewater 25 Oct. 1836; d. 19 June 1913; m. 18 Oct. 1860 George F. Buttrick, s. 
of Nathan and Mary (Clifford), of Bristol, electrician, b. at Bristol 7 Nov. 1835, living 
in 1910. 



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1. vL Joseph, b. 31 Oct. 1813. 

vii. NA:Ncy, b. 17 Nov. 1815; d. June 1868; m. at Lynn, Mass., 1 Jan. 
1837, Caleb Grant Pillsbury, sou of Caleb and Nancy (Nelson), 
of Bridgewater and Piermont, N. H., and of Derby Line, Vt., 1850, 
farmer, b. at Danville. Vt., 13 Mar. 1812. d. 21 Aug. 1880, 

Children, b. at Pieriuont (family Bible in possession, 1910, of 
Caleb G.* Pillsbury, son of Josepli Hucliins,^ of Essex Junction, 
Vt.): 

1. Joseph Htickins,^ ot Lowell, Mass., merchant, b. 24 Feb. 1838; 

living (1910) ; m. 30 Apr. 18(30 Asenath C. Wheeler, dau. of 
George and Henrietta, b. at Compton, P. Q., 1 Nov. 1844, d. 1 
Dec. ]879. 

2. Alphonso C, of Lyndonville, Vt., salesman, b. 7 Mar. 1841 ; living 

(1910) ; m. 30 Apr. 1867 Maria E. Baxter, dau. of John and 
Mary (Williams), b. in New York City 10 Nov. 1844, d. 21 Dec. 
1899'. 

3. Isaac Ne.wton, of New Yorli City, railroad employee, b. 22 Nov. 

1843; d. in New York City in 1878; m. 17 Dec. 1869 Annie Long. 

4. James K., of HoUaud, Vt., railroad employee, b. 26 Sept. 1847; 

living (1910) at Dixville, P. Q. ; m. (1) 16 Sept. 1867 Pamela S. 
Parker, dau. of Erastus and Katherine (Crosby), b. at Morgan, 
Vt., 24 Apr. 1850, d. 18 May 1883; m. (2) 2 Apr. 1887 Nancy 
Thomas, dau. of Thomas R. and Margaret (Rollins), b. at 
Norton, Vt., 16 Nov. 1868, d. at Norton Mills, Vt., 8 May 1907. 

5. Nathan B., b. 8 July 1851 ; d. 20 Dec. 1862. 
;2. viii. Isaac, b. 24 Feb. 1817. 

Samuel® Huckins {Isaac.,^ Robert,* Robert,^ James,'^ Robert''-), of 
Pittsfield, 1790, and of Canterbury, 1803, blacksmith, was born at 
Barnstead 22 Nov. 1781 (town records), and died at Canterbury 18 
Nov. 185.3. He married first, 24 Mar. 1805 {ib.), Mary (Polly) 
Whidden, daughter of Nathaniel and Jane (Moore), who was 
born at Canterbury 7 July 1785 and died 7 Dec. 1842 (tombstone) ; 
and secondly, 8 Nov. 1844 (town records), Maky M.'' (Kimball) 
TiLTON, daughter of John" and .Sarah (Moulton) (Kimball Family, 
p. 236 ; Joseph Kimball Family, p. 28) and widow of John Ham, 
of Canterbury (first husband) and of Daniel Tilton, of Loudon 
(second husband), who was born at Canterbury 23 Jan. 1797 and 
died 6 July 18G8. 

Children by first wife, born at Canterbury (family Bible in pos- 
session, 1910, of Georgeanna^ (Huckins) Ordway, of Loudon) : 
i. Nathaniel W.,^ of Canterbury, farmer, b. 21 Feb. 1806 (town rec- 
ords) ; d. s. p. 23 Oct. 1830; m. Irene Pollard, daughter of 
Joseph and Elizabeth (Sherburne), b. at Hudson 31 Jan. 1808 
(ib.), m. (2) 21 Mar. 1832 (i6.) William P. Whidden (formerly 
Pitts W. Whidden), d. 5 May 1862. 
!3. ii. Samuel, b. 27 Apr. 1808 (town records). 

iii. Maria Jane, b. 26 Feb. 1810 (town records) ; d. 20 May 1849 ; m. 11 
Oct. 1835 (ib.) Abraham Buell, son of Asahel and Abigail (Ames), 
of Groton, farmer, b. at Groton 10 Nov. 1813 (ib.). 
Children, b. at Groton : 

1. Daniel Milton,^ of Illinois, farmer, b. 29 Dec. 1843 (ib.). 

2. Mary Elizabeth,h. 26 Aug. 1846f j&.) ; living(?) (1910) ; m. 

Gray of Grangerville, Idaho, 
iv. Abigail Jane, b. 14 Feb. 1815 (town records) ; d. 14 Jan. 1849 ; 
m. at Canterbury, 25 Nov. 1838 (ib.), Asahel Blell, son of Asahel 
and Abigail (Ames), of Groton, farmer, b. at Groton 12 Jan. 1804 
(ib.J, d. at Bristol 23 June 1883 (ib.). 

Only child, b. at Groton : 
1. Alpheus IF., 8 of Haverhill, Mass., lawyer, florist, b. 1 Jan. 
1844; living .<s.p. (1910) ; m. at Everett, Mass., 9 Apr. 1876 



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(lb.) Nellie E. Goodell, dau. of Asaliel W. and Adeline (Flagg), 
b. at Woburn, Mass., 17 Apr. 1850, living (1910). 
V. Elizabeth Ann, b. 2 Dec. 1826 (town records) ; d. 26 Apr. 1886 ; 
m. at Canterbury, 26 May 1849 (i6.), Silas K. Batchelder, son of 
Ebenezer and Elizabeth^ (Kimball), of Canterbury, farmer, inn- 
bolder, b. at Canterbury 3 Mar. 1826, d. 14 Sept. 1879. 

Children, b. at Canterbury (Joseph Kimball Family, p. 29) : 

1. Abigail 3Iaria,^h. 29 July 1850; living (1910); m. (1) 6 June 

1872 Henry T. Leavitt, s. of J. W. and E. H., of Methuen, 
Mass., inuholder, b. at New Hampton 3 Mar. 1842, d. s.p. 26 
Eeb. 1873 (town records) ; m. (2) 2 July 1873 James Monroe 
Gilmore, s. of Henry and Sarah (Stebbins), of Putnam, Conn., 
photographer, b. at Stafford Springs, Conn., 31 Dec. 1830, 
living (1910). 

2. Joseph Orinan, of Haverhill, Mass., expressman, b. 8 May 1852; 

d. 17 Feb. 1896; m. 23 June 1875 Emma A. Buttrick, dau. of 
William H. and Emma L. (Kimball), b. at Bradford, Mass., 
23 Mar. 1855, living (1910) at Haverhill, Mass. 

3. Ida Ocilla, b. 22 Feb. 1855; livmg unm. (1910) at Hartford, 

Conn. 

4. Fred Silas, of Haverhill, Mass., shoe-manufactnrer, b. 23 Oct. 

1857; d. unm. 13 Mar. 1889. 

29. Dea. Simon® Huckins (Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ James^ Robert), 
of Lee, 1773, and of Ossipee, 1807, joiner, town officer, was born at 
Durham 1 Jan. 1762, and died 31 Oct. 1840. He married about 
17So Lois^ Randall, daughter of MUes* and Abigail (Runnells) 
(Rockingham Deeds, vol. 139, p. 532; Runnells Family, p. 123), 
who was born at Lee 10 June 1767 and died 13 Jan. 1841. 
He lived at Wadleigh Falls in Lee. 

Children, the first seven born at Lee, the others at Ossipee (fam- 
ily record in possession, 1910, of George Frank^ Huckins, son of 
Joseph,* of Freedom : 

i. Abigail,^ b. 13 June 1786; d. 24 May 1823; m. 7 June 1806 Dea. 
John P. Mills of Effingham, farmer, b. at Limerick, Me., 26 Dec. 
1786, who m. (2) 29 Feb. 1824 Esther Jackson. 

Children, b. at North Effingham (Freedom) (family Bible in 
possession, 1910, of Maria I.* Harmon, dau. of Sarah H.^ (Mills), 
of Lawrence, Mass.j : 

1. Susan,^ b. 12 Dec. 1807 ; d. s.p. Aug. 1870; m. (1) 12 Jan. 1852, 

as his second wife, -John Mills^ Libby, s. of Tobias* and 
Abigail (Randall) (Libby Family, p. 468), of Porter, Me., 
farmer, town clerk, b. at Freedom 21 Aug. 1806, d. 29 Mar. 
1865 ; m. (2) James Stanley of Porter, Me. 

2. Zillah^h. 8 May 1810; m. as his second wife Ebenezer Bur- 

bank of Lawrence, Mass., b. 1796 at Campton, d. 7 Aug. 1868. 

3. Lois, b. 23 June 1812; d. 2 Feb. 1875; m. (1) 12 Jan. 1829 

Stephen Jackson Keneson, s. of John and (Jackson), 

of Freedom and Littleton, jeweller, b. at Eaton 24 Mar. 1810 
(town records), d. at Littleton 3 July 1832; m. (2) 1 Feb. 
1849 William Harmon, of Freedom, farmer, tanner, b. at 
Scarboro, Me., 1794, d. s.p. 6 Jan. 1869. 

4. Simon Huckins, of Portsmouth, wheelwright, b. 12 Dec. 1814; 

d. 18 Sept. 1900; m. (1) 6 Mar. 1837 Catherine Sherman; m. 
(2) Melissa Moulton, dau. of Redmond and Dorcas (Durgin), 
b. at Freedom ; m. (3) 18 Apr. 1887 (town records) Sarah E. 
(Branscom) Lester, widow, dau. of William and Anna, b. at 
Newcastle 5 June 1831, d. 28 July 1894; m. (4) 21 Oct. 1895 
(ib.) Abigail Frances Meserve, dau. of Clement and Mary 
(Swett), b. at Parsonsfleld, Me., 9 Dec. 1839, d. 2 Feb. 1906.' 

5. Nancy, b. 20 Apr. 1817; d. 5 Aug. 1825. 

6. Abigail H., b. 17 Dec. 1819; d. 8 Nov. 1898; m. at Lowell, 



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Mass., 5 Mar. 1843, Jaazaniali F. Bussey, s. of Jaazaniah and 
Mary (Freeman), of Medfield, Mass., gunsmith, b. at Need- 
ham, Mass., 20 June 1820, d. 25 Oct. 1S8G. 

7. Sarah H. (twin), b. 29 June 1822; d. 11 June 1890; m. (1) 1 

Nov. 1849 William Harmon, s. of William and Maria (Perkins), 
of Freedom, farmer, b. 8 Nov. 1S25, d. 4 July 1860; m. (2) 
Foster McDaniels of Freedom, farmer. 

8. Clarissa A. (twin), b. 29 June l.s22; d. 6 Mar. 1900 ; m. (1) 

Lumb of Vallejo, Cal. ; m. (2) Ferklns of Free- 
dom, 
ii. Israel, of Freedom, mariner, b. 14 Sept. 1788 ; said to have been 
lost at sea; m. Susan Lovering, who m. (2) 30 July lsl7 (town 
records) Ai Berry of Freedom, 
iii. Love, b. 3 Sept. 1790. 

iv. Saj;ah, b. 7 Sept. 1792; m. 7 June 1820 her cousin. Miles'' Huckins 
(89), sou of Josiah" and Mary (Randall) (Dutch):J q. v. ■ 
. V. Miles, b. 11 Jan. 1795. 
. vi. Thomas, b. 27 Apr. 1797. 
, vii. Daniel, b. 28 Feb. 1801. 
viii. Osgood, b. 18 Sept. 1803; d. unm. 4 Dec. 1829. 

ix. Hannah, b. 19 Sept. 1805 ;.d. 22 July 1854; m. 17 June 1823 her 
cousin-, Paul C. Watson (13, iv, 4), son of Danieljand Lydia® 
(Huckius), q. v. 

Children, b. at Tamworth : 

1. Orison,^ of Rochester, farmer, b. 8 Nov. 1828; d. 26 June 1899; 

ra. at Rochester 7 Oct. 1849, Hannah Allen, dan. of William 
and Sarah (Nute), b. at Rochester 17 June 1826, d. 16 May 
1.SS4. 

2. JaiiK's II., 1). 2 Sept. 1825; d. 5 Sept. 1827. 

3. Jusrph Iluddns, of Natick, Mass., 1849, merchant, b. 22 June 

1827 ; d. 20 Jan. issl ; m. at Nashua 24 Dec. 1849 (town rec- 
ords), Eliza Ann Fi;!iiklin, dau. of Ezra and Eliza (Dimick), 
b. at Lyme 18;;(), d. 2:i Mar. 1S90. 

4. i>«Hi'e?, of Natick, Mass., shoemaker, b. 17 July 1829; d. unm. 

10 Mar. 1852. 

5. CiUssa Ann, b. 27 Mar. 1832; d. unm. at Somersworth 12 Sept. 

]S60. 

6. S.inni. 1). 4 Jan. 1835; d. 7 Jan. 1835. 

7. Os,r,,.d llnrkiiis, of Natick, Mass., merchant, b. 4 Mar. 1836; 

livin'4 ^-ii. (I'.ilO) at Worcester, Mass; m. (1) at Lovell, Me., 
10 Sept. 1857, Olive Knox, dau. of Samuel and Olive (Kim- 
ball), b. at Chatham, N. H., 7 Apr. ls36, d. 26 May 1865; m. 
(2) 6 Dec. 1870 Mary E. Centerbar, dau. of Triffly and Eliza 

A. (Heudrix) , b. at Enosburg, Vt., 22 Apr. 1846, living (1910) 
at Natick, Mass. 

8. Jami-s lL/.n-e>/, b. 23 July 1838 ; d. in infancy. 

9. UjiUa ./., b. 17 Nov. 1839: d. 20 Feb. 1908; m. at Natick, Mass., 

22 May 1861, Adelbert 0. Pearse, s. of Joshua and Mary J. 
(Fuller), of Natick, Mass., shoe-maker, b. at Hope, Me., 5 Jan. 
1841, d. 25 Apr. 1905. 

10. Anna M., b. 2 Sept. 1842; living (1910); m. at Shelburne, 

Mass., 10 Apr. 1865, Silas Jenkins, s. of Thomas R. and Nancy 

B. (Smith), of Durham, merchant,Cb. at Chatham 13 Mar. 
1S40, liviny: (1910). 

11. Orri, ILri-r, II. of Chatham, N. H., and of Jamaica Ploln, Mass., 

faniuT, 1).'2 Sept. 1845; d. Aug. 1910; m. 4 Feb. 1869 Esther 
IShiry Eastman, dau. of Lorenzo and Mary (Harriman) (Rix's 
Eastman Family, p. 707), b. at Bartlett 1850, living (1910) at 
Fryeburg, Me. • 

12. Hale, of Natick, Mass., carpenter, b. 25 Oct. 1847 ; living (1910) ; 

m. at Conway 10 Oct. 1870, Clara V. Stevens, dau. of Augustus 
V. and Clarissa D. (Green), b. at Shelburne 25 June 185U, liv- 
ing (1910). 

13. George, h. 11 May 1850; d. 18 July 1850. 



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X. Joseph, b. 24 July 1807 ; d. urnn. at Bangor, Me., 15 June 1828 (Ban- 

r/nr Hist. Mag., vol. 2, p. 183). 
xi. Lois, b. 9 Nov. 1809; d. 29 July 1875; m. Elbuidge A. Ward, son 
of Jonathan and Mary (Moulton), of Freedom, farmer, b. at Free- 
dom 1806, who m. (2) 12 Mar. 1876 Mehitable Sanborn. 

Only child, b. at Freedom : 
1. Albert iV.,^ of Freedom, farmer, soldier in the Civil "War, b. 
1836 ; d. 1868 ; m. at Concord 10 Apr. 1860, Hannah E. Stevens, 
dau. of Chandler and Judith, b. at Concord 1810. 
xii. Lydia, b. 28 Mar. 1813; d. unm. 6 Oct. 1828. 

30. JosiAH^ HuCKiNS {Thomas,^ Thomas^^ Robert,^ James,^ Rohert^), 
of Lee, 1776, Parsonsfiekl, Me., 1800, Ossipee, 1803, farmer, was 
born at Durham 17 May 1768, and died about 1810. He married, 
about 1790, Mary^ (Randall) Dutch, widow, daughter of 
Thomas^ (Miles*).- 

He was of Lee, 1776, but is not mentioned in the records of that 
town after 1793. He was at Parsonsfiekl, Me., in 1800 (Straiford 
Deeds, vol. 38), and at Ossipee Gore, with wife Mary, in 1803 
{lb., vol. 43, p. 436). He removed about 1806 to Canada, where 
he is said to have been employed in bridge construction. 

Children, the first five born at Lee, the last in Canada, the others 
at Ossipee : 

i. Rebecca,'^ b. 2 Sept. 1791 ; d. at North Adams, Mich., 5 Apr. 1876 ; m. 
(1) at Melbom-ne, P. Q., abt. ISIO, Joski-h' Gai.i.ti', son of Joseph^ 
and Miriam (Brigham i ^Gallvip Familv. p. 12s ), of ^M^'lliourne, 
P. Q., 1810, Athens, Midi., ls;;4, Granville, Mich., is;j6, Medina, 
Mich., 1842, farmer, b. at Ilartland, Vt., 2 June 1789, d. 27 Oct. 
1840; m. (2) 27 Dec. 1842 Ezekiel^ Gallup, brother of her de- 
ceased husband, b. at Hartland, Vt., 6 July 1787, d. at Granville, 
Mich., 13 Jan. 1860. 

Children by tirst husband, the first eight b. at Melbourne, P. Q., 
the others in Franldiu Co., N. Y. (familv Bible in possession, 1910, 
of Eliza A.« (Gallup) Gallup, of Hudson, Mich.) : 

1. Mary (Po//^),*' b. 24 Feb. 1812; d. 6 Apr. 1884; m. (1) 

Golden; m. (2) 2 Dec. 1860, as his second wife, William Har- 
rison Post, s. of Aaron and Elizabeth G. (Seavey), of North 
Adams, Mich., farmer, b. at Castile, N. Y., 4 Dec. 1814, who 
m. (3) 20 July 1884 Altha Maria Gage, widow, and d. 11 June 
1895. 

2. Fidelia, b. 24 Mar. 1814; d. at Hartland, Vt., 12 Nov. 1881; m. 

abt. 1836 Jefferson Bagley, s. of Thomas Jeflorson and Olive 
(Perkins), of Hartford. Vt., farmer, b. at Hartland, Vt., 28 
July 1806, d. 3 June 1887. 

3. Bebecca, b. 31 Oct. 1815; d. 27 Feb. 1887; m. at Whitby, Out., 

11 Oct. 1836, David Hubbell of Lexington, Mich., carpenter, 
b. 27 Feb. 1815, d. 11 Oct. 1861. 

4. Manha, b. 10 Sept. 1817; d. 26 Dec. 1885; m. 25 July 1835 Ben- 

jamiu'' Hoadley, s. of Jonathan^ and Lvdia (Jaquitli) (Hoadley 
Genealogy, pp. 212-3), of Westville Centre, N. Y.. farmer, b. 
at Willsborough, N. Y., 12 Apr. 1808, d. 27 Apr. 1895. 

5. Olive, b. 17 Jan. 1819; d. 26 Apr. 1878; m. 23 Oct. 1848 Henry 

Tucker, s. of Purley and Rebecca F. (Lyon?), of Wheatland, 
Mich., farmer, b. in Connecticut 8 Juiie 1803, d. 2 Mar. 1884. 

6. Joseph, b. 21 Jan. 1821 ; d. unm. 28 Apr. 1840. 

7. Isaac, b. 8 Nov. 1823 ; d. 17 June 1836. 

8. Eliza A., b. 10 Sept. 1824; living (1910) at Hudson, Mich. ; m. 

27 Dec. 1842 EzekieP Gallup, s. of EzekieF (named above) 
and Pamela (Batchelder), of Hudson, Mich., farmer, b. at 
Melbourne, P. Q., 22 Apr. 1817. 

9. Elisha, of Coffeyville, Kans., 1874, Oswego, Kans., 1879, Delta, 

Colo., 1904, miner, b. 31 Dec. 1826; living (1910) ; m. (1) 15 



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Oct. 1851 Charilla McOmber, dan. of Joseph and Eliza (Acker) , 

b, in Jeftersou Co., N. Y., 27 Feb. 1827, d. 23 June 18G4; m. 

(2) 18 Aug. 18G5 Elizabetli Grow, dau. of Wells E. and Minerva 

(Lamoureiix) , b. 21 Apr. 1837, living- (1910). 

10. Maria L., b. 2 May 1829; d. 2 Feb. 1878; m. 24 Mar. 1852 

Alonzo Raymond of Adrian, Midi., fanner, d. 1875. 

ii. Elizabeth, b. 2l' Apr. 1793; d. at Croton, Out., 6 June 1871; m. at 

Melbourne, P. Q., 11 Feb. 1812, Capt. James Gates Gibson, son of 

and (Gates), of Melbourne, P. Q., Chatham, Ont., 

1837, Crcuon, Ont., 1814, farmer, officer in Eastern townships Vol. 
Inf., b. in New Hampshire 22 Nov. 1790, d. Mar. 1859. 

Children, the last b. at Chatham, Out., tlie others at Melbourne, 
P. Q. (family Bible in possession, 1910, of James M.^ Gibson, s. 
of Mahlon B.,* of Tharaesville, Ont.) : 

1. Mary,^ b. 25 Nov. 1812 ; d. 2 July 1873 ; m. at Melbourne, P. Q., 

17 Mar. 1835, Ira Greenwood, s. of Hezekiah and Nancy 
(Bixby), of Melbourne, P. Q., shoemaker, b. at Ely, P. Q., 4 
Dec. 1809, d. at Croton, Ont., 20 Feb. 1901. 

2. Nancy, b. 24 Oct. 1814; d. unra. Feb. 1832. 

3. James Nelson, b. 23 Jan. 1816; d. 181G. 

4. Elizahcth Afire, h. 12 Dec. 1817; d. 20 Mar. 1907; m. at Chat- 

ham, Out., 17 :\lar. 1840, Capt. James Cameron, s. of James 
and Margaret (Mitchell), of Walpole Island, Out., teacher, b. 
at Aberdeen, Scotland, 13 Apr. 1814, d. at Wallaceburg, Ont., 
8 Aug. 1892. 

5. ISJaria, b. 4 Jan. 1820; d. at Wallaceburg, Out., 20 Dec. 1904; 

m. at Croton, Ont., 10 May 1848, Piatt Merrill, s. of Simeon and 
Nancy (Page), of Croton, Ont., lumberman, b. at Sullivan, 
N. Y., 6 Jan. 1811, d. at Dresden, Out., 13 July 1890. 

6. James, b. 21 Jan. 1822 ; d. Apr.' 1828. 

7. tSarah A., b. 3 Dec. 1824; d. at Bandon, Oreg., abt. 1902; m. at 

Croton, Ont., 16 Jan. 1843, William Walker, s. of William 
and Sarah (AValker), of Croton, Out., merchant. 

8. Jffl?2e, b. 22 May 1826; d. at Wallaceburg, Out., 1897; m. 1857 

James B. McDougall of Wallaceburg, Ont. 

9. Hannah, b. 20 June 1828; d. umn. at Croton, Ont., 1877. 

10. Mahlem B., of Croton, Out., blacksmith, b. 18 Sept. 1830; d. 

13 Jan. 1907; m. 7 Nov. 1854 Mary Jane Burwell, dau. of 
Eobert and Mary (Johnson), b. at Southwold, Out., 23 Aug. 
1829, d. at Wabash, Ont., 31 Aug. 1893. 

11. izicia, b. 2 May 1833 ; d. 1837. 

12. Hasina., b. 20 June 1835; d. 1837. 

13. Victoria A., b. 8 Oct. 1837; d. at Whitby, Ont., 28 Mar. 1913; 

m. at Croton, Out., Jan. 1857, John W. Snary, s. of John and 
Elizabeth (BDtou), of Croton, Out., farmer, b. at Crohaud, co. 
Lincoln, Eug. 

87. iii. Thomas, b. 1795. 

88. iv. Abijah, b. 5 Aug. 1796. 

89. V. Miles, b. 1798. 

90. vi. Noah, b. 1800. 

91. vii. Isaac C, b. iskug. 1803. 

92. viii. Josiah, b. 20 Nov.''l806. 

ix. Mary, d. s.p.; m., as his second wife, William Paxtox, son of 
George and Ellen (Thompson), of Port Perry, Out., farmer. . 

31. JoHN^ HuCKiNS (Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), of Gil- 
manton, 1773, and of Parsonsfield, Me., 1779, yeoman, was born 
at Nottingham 24 Mar. 1762, and died 17 Mar. 1810 (family 
Bil)le of Joseph*' Huckins). He married first, at Gilmanton, 18 
July 1784 (town records), Hannah Mudgett, who died 1807, 
daughter of Benjamin and Hannah (Beau), first settlers at Gil- 
manton (Lancaster's Gilmanton, p. 66) ; and secondly, 15 Nov. 
1808 (town records), Rebecca Mary Edgerly, of Gilmanton. 



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He was in Sinclair's company at West Point in the fall of 1780 
(N. H. State Papers, vol. 14, pp. 121, 164). 

Children by lirst wife, the tirst seven born at Gilmantou, the 
others at Parsonsfield, Me. (town records) : 

i. Ann,^ b. 27 Oct. 1784; d. 12 Sept. 1863; m. abt. 1804 Stephen 
Granville, son of Joseph aud Mary (Dearborn's Tarsoustield, pp. 
381, 4(J0), of Conway and of Effingham, miller, b. at Parsonsfield, 
Me., 29 Jmie 1777, d. 28 July 1848. 

Children, the tirst b. at Conway, the others at Effingham (family 
Bible in possession, 1910, of Anna M.* Taylor, dau. of Clarissa* 
(Granville), of Brookline, Mass.) : 

1. Clarissa,^ b. 14 May 1805; d. 4 Sept. 1894; m. 19 May 1825 

Elijah Taylor, s. of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Davis), of Effing- 
ham, farmer, b. at Effingliam 12 Nov. 1802, d. 20 Oct. 1883. 

2. Thomas C, of Ossipee, farmer, b. 30 July 1807; d. 21 May 

1839 ; m. Luciuda Kennet, dau. of John and Sarah (Tuttle). 

3. Samuel, of Avon, Me., and Farmingtou, Me., carpenter, b. 19 

Mar. 1809; d. 6 Aug. 1846; m. Mary Barter, b. in Maine 31 
Mar. 1802, d. at Benton Harbor, Mich., 15 Dec. 1892. 

4. Hannah, b. 25 Sept. 1811; d. uum. 15 July 1891. 

5. Stephen, of Dauvers, Mass., carpenter, b. 14 Mar. 1813; d. at 

Clinton, Iowa, 6 Dec. 1857; m. Elizabeth Wilkins, widow. 

6. Joseph, of Fremont, clergyman, b. 6 Jan. 1816; d. 8 June 1897; 

m. 2 Jan. 1838 Aliiiiail Iv. Allard, dau. of Samuel and Anna 
(Kennet), b. at Albany, N.Y., 1 Dec. 1818, d. 16 Mar. 1893. 

7. Maria, b. 23 Sept. 1818; d. 1868; m. in Boston 1 Jan. 1851, as 

his second wife, John H. Grush, s. of John H., of Brookline, 
Mass., barber, constable, b. at Marblehead, Mass., 1812, d. 
6 Sept. 1880. 

8. Oren H., of Somerville, Mass., teacher, merchant, soldier in 

the Civil War, b. 27 Nov. 1820; d. 13 Apr. 1884; m. (1) at 
Somerville, Mass., 8 Oct. 1847, Catherine A. Dupee, dau. of 
William and Catherine, b. at Westford, Mass., 1823, d. 29 
Mar. 1854; m. (2) at Cambridge, Mass., 11 July 1854, Mary A. 
(Satterlee) Collins, widow, dau. of Isaac and Sarah, b. at 
Ferrisburg, Vt., 1828, d. in New York City 11 June 1896. 

9. Dea. John V., of Effingham, farmer, b. 26 Dec. 1822 ; d. 23 June 

1901 ; m. (1) 1 June 185.", JIary A.^ Chapman, dau. of Mark' and 
Ruth M. (Wedgwood) (Edward Chapman and Family, p. 87; 
31aU,(' (;eiiealo'jist,, vol. 3, p. 147), b. at Parsonsfield," Me., 22 
Sept. Is2s, d. 12 Dec. 1864; m. (2) 9 Sept. 1866 his second 
cousin. Olive J.** Huckins (98, ii), dau. of Nicholas E.' aud 
Nanev (Slmte), r^. v. 

10. Sopl,n,>na A., h. 2:) July 1825; d. 8 Nov. 1887; m. 28 Nov. 1847 

Cyrus Champion, s. of William and Ilannali (Penniel), of 
Eillnghara, farmer. 1). at Eftinoliam Dec. 1822, d. 20 Dec. . 

11. 3Iari/,h. 26 May 1829; d. unm. 14 Feb. 1864. 

ii. Stephen, b. 26 Mar. 1786; said to have d. at Liverpool, Eng., abt. 
1809 ; said to have m. a Miss Fakuixgtun of Conway, and to have 
had one daughter. 

iii. Hannah Robeutson, b. 10 Feb. 1789 ; d. s. p. (?) 23 Nov. 1862 ; m. 
23 Nov. 1809 (town records) Hiram Plaisted (8, iv, 2), son of Wil- 
liam and Hannah'' Muckins, q. v. 

iv. Sarah, b. 28 Jan. 1791 ; d. at Franklin 21 Jan. 1852 (tombstone) ; 
m. abt. 1810 Stephen S. Chapman of Gilford. 

Only (?) child, b. at Gilford: 
1. Isabella,^ m. at Gilmantou 29 Jan. 1833, as his second wife, 
Charles Hiram Gould of Franklin, paper-maker, b. isll, who 
m. (3) 5 Nov. 1883 Elizabeth K. (Colby) Grillin. widow. 

V. Eunice, b. 31 Dec. 1792; d. 30 Aug. 1847; m. 9 Xav. 1S15 (town 
records) William Mltdgett, son of Joseph and Mehitable (East- 
man), of Bristol, farmer, b. at Poplin 29 Nov. 1786, d. 13 Nov. 
1876. 



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Children, b. at Bristol : 

1. 3Inry Mooney Smith,^ b. 20 Feb. 1816 ; d. s. p. 10 Dec. 1893 ; m. 

3 Nov. 1843 Dea. James H. Brown, s. of Rev. Amos and 
Abiiiail (Cheney), of Bristol and of Hill, farmer, member of 
the "Legislature, b. at Bristol 3 July 1819, d. 28 Sept. 1875. 

2. Hannah Huckins, b. 21 Apr. 1819; d. 10 Mar. 1836. 

3. John Philander, b. 15 Sept. 1821 ; d. 17 Oct. 18-12. 

4. Calvin Huckins. of Brist<;l, Xorthlicld, Vt., 1853, Bristol, 1858, 

and of Hopkinton, bS}S7, farmer, member of the Legislature, 
b. 1 Aug. 1S23; d. 27 Apr. 1908; m. (1) 15 July 1851 Julia 
Fisher, dau. of Ellis and Hannah (Noyes), b. at Northfield, 
Vt., 19 Apr. l.SL'7, d. 18 Dec. 1886; m. (2) 29 Oct. 1887 Clara 
(Fisher) Lamprev, sister of his deceased wife and widow of 
Reuljen, b. in Canada 11 July 1824, d. 12 Sept. 1891; ra. (3) 
13 Sept. 1892 Mary J. (Perry) Dow, dau. of Varnum and 
Dorothy (French) and widow of J. French, b. at New Boston 
1 July 1825, living (1910) at Coutoocook. 

5. Orindd Mehitahle, b. 17 Apr. 1827; d. 19 June 1883; m. 29 June 

1848 Curtis Smith, s. of Leavitt and Hannah (Calley), of Ash- 
land, farmer, b. 8 Nov. 1822, d. 9 Dec. 1872. 

6. Laura Lettir.e° b. 21 Jan. 1829; d. s. p. 18 June 1909; m. 16 

July 1851 Josiah S. Ingall.s, s. of Josiah E. and Dorothy (San- 
born), of Concord, manufacturer, b. at Alexandria 13 Dec. 
1827, d. 15 July 1909. 

7. Sarah Ann Baker, b. 22 July 1833; d. 13 Sept. 1874; m. 20 

Jan. 1855 Hosea F. Hawkins," s. of P'rancis and Mary (Sturte- 
vant), of Meredith, farmer, b. at Meredith 25 Nov. 1833, d. 
17 Dec. 1908. 
vi. Shuaii, b. 22 Jan. 1795; d. 26 Sept. 1878; m. 9 Jan. 1817 Dea. 

Stephen Smith, 3d, son of Stephen, Jr., and Mary (Bean), of New 

Hampton, farmer, b. at New Hampton Jan. 1790, d. 7 Sept. 1863 

(tombstone). 
Children, b. at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 1910, 

of Etta^ (Smith) Winslow, dau. of John C.^ Smith, of Chicago 

Heights, 111.) : 

1. HarriH .l.,^ b. 9 July 1818 ; d. 12 Nov. 1872 ; m. Charles Clark, 

s. of James and Mary (Cos), of Holderness, farmer, b. at 
Holderness 31 Jan. 1817, d. 3 Nov. 1850. 

2. Joseph B., of Ashland, mill-man, b. Nov. 1820; d. s.p. 1 Mar. 

1905 ; m. 26 Nov. 1850 (town records) Melvina Hawkins, dau. 
of Dudley and Sophronia(?) (Fiper), b. at Centre Harbor 9 
May 1823, d. 30 Mar. 1904. ^ 

3. John Calvin, of New Hampton, farmer, b.»June 1823; d.'^Jan. 

1892; m. (1) 1849 (int. rec. 29 Jan. 1849) Amanda Cox, dau. 
of Thomas and Marian (Dearborn), b. at Holderness Jan. 
1826, d. Jan. 1869; m. (2) 16 Nov. 1869 Sarah C. riulbrick, 
dau. of Josiah H. and Mary (Smith), b. at Tiltou 1839, d. 15 
Feb. 1906. 

4. Person C, b. June 1825; d. 11 Sept. 1828. 

5. Stephen L., b. Aug. 1828; d. 19 Jan. 1830. 

6. Mary B., b. 15 Apr. 1832 ; d. 26 Apr. 1832. 

Yii. Mary (Polly), b. 3 Jan. 1797; d. at Alexandria 30 Jan. 1883; m. 1 
Apr. 1829 John Sleeper, son of Samuel and Elizabeth (Sanborn), 
of Bristol, farmer, b. at Bristol 23 Jan. 1795, d. 10 Sept. 1862. 
Children, b. at Bristol: 

1. John F.,^ b. 13 July 1834; d. 27 Sept. 1841, 

2. David C, of Westminster, Mass., 1866, and of Fitchburg, 

Mass., 1868, cabinet-maker, b. 23 Mar. 1837; living (1910); 
m. 30 Nov. 1864 Jane E. Batherick, dau. of Thomas K. and 
Dorothy (Phelps), b. at Leominster, Mass., 4 Nov. 1836, living 
(1910). 

3. Woodbury, of Alexandria, 1878, farmer, merchant, b. 1 Jane 

1839; d. 24 Nov. 1900; m. 17 May 1863 Anna C. Crawford, 
dau. of Col. William and Joanna (Sleeper) (Musgrove's Bris- 



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tol, vol. 2, pp. 408-9), b. at Bristol 22 May 1837, living (1910) 

at Mau Chester, 
viii. SOPHRONIA, b. 11 May 1799; d. 26 Feb. 1861; m. 11 Nov. 1822 
Samukl Jewett, son of Epps and Elizabeth (Hidden), of New- 
marliet, 1822, Newburyport, Mass., 1826, Saxton, Me., 18i-'8, Fair- 
mount, Me., 1830, Bucksport, Me., 1832, Bowdoinham, Me., 1836, 
and Kipley, Ind., 1838, farmer, clergyman, D.D. (North Hampton 
Acaderav), b. at Ipswich, Mass., 27 Sept. 1797, d. at Wesley, HI., 
2 Mar. 1861. 
Children : 

1. Joseph,^ master mariner, b. at Newmarket 18 June 1824; d. at 

Whatcom. Wash., 1S65; m. in Will -Co., 111., 17 Aug. 1847, 

Caroline Frazer. d:ui. of John and (Fisher), b. in 

Greenbrier Co.. Va.. d. is 70. 

2. Snnnn'l A. li'., of .lolirt. 111., clergyman, D.D. (Mount Morris 

Coll.), b. at Newburyport, Mass., 21 Apr. 1826; d. at Joliet, 
111., Sept. 1882; m. at Flint Creek, 111., 3 Sept. 1851, Mary E. 
Briduman, b. at Bainbridge, N. Y., 11 Feb. 1826, d. at St. Paul» 
Minn., 1905. 

3. Enoch a., b. at Saxton, Me., 29 Aug. 1828 ; d. 17 Mar. 1845. 

4. John A.^ of Oakwood, Olcla., merchant, farmer, b. at Fair- 

mount, Me., 23 Oct. 1830; living (1910) ; m. 16 Dec. 1863 Susan 
M. Redman, dau. of David INI. and Sarah A. (Tetter), b. at 
Bushkill, Pa., 16 Dec. 1834, d. l> Vu-. is;>,-,. 

5. Ashury C, of Jacks, Okla., ch'/iv innu. l). at Bucksport, Me., 

18 Apr. 1832; d. 30 Mar. 1897 ; m. 1 Jan. 1857 Mary J. Boylan, 
dau. of Maj. Robert and Angeline (Brown), b. at Joliet, 111., 
21 Aug. 1837, who m. (2) 23 Dec. 1873 Charles M. Kellogg and 
is living (1910) at Bellingham, Wash. 

6. Wilbur F., b. at Bristol, Me., 31 July 1834; d. 2 Mar. 1842. 

7. William 0. L., of Shelbina, Mo., lawyer, district attorney, 

1876-80, member of the Legislature, 1886-90, editor, 1881- 
1901, and proprietor, 1901-13, of the Shelbina Democrat, b. 
at Bowdoinham, Me., 27 Dec. 1836; m. at Hunnewell, Mo., 
3 June 1869, Sarah E. Cox, dau. of John V. and Martha E. 
(Howell), b. at Hunnewell, Mo., 5 Oct. 1851, living (1910). 

8. Ephraim H., of Hydro, Okla., clergyman, b. 26 Nov. 1838 ; living 

(1910) ; m. 6 Nov. 1861 Catherine B. Redman, dau. of David 
M. and Sarah A. (Yetter), b. at Bushkill, Pa., 9 Apr. 1840, d. 
27 Dec. 1900. 

93. ix. John, b. 23 Julv 1801. 

94. X. Calvin, b. 29 Nov. 1803. 

32. Joseph^ Huckins (Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ James,^ Bobert^), of Par- 
sonsfield, Me., 1795, and of Effingham, N. H., 1807, merchant, 
miller, deputy sheriff, justice of the peace, was born at Nottingham 27 
Oct. 17G7, and died 24 Sept. 1847. He married first, 2 May 1787 
(town records), Mart Jenness, daughter of Samuel(?), who was 
born at Pembroke 3 Nov. 1766 and died 20 Aug. 1823; and sec- 
ondly, 1 Apr. 1827, Sarah Warren, who was born 1777 and died 
22 July 1844. 

Children by first wife, the first four born at Gilmanton, the others 
at Parsonsfield, Me. (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Nancy 
Jane^ (Huckins) Carr, daughter of Ira'^ Huckins, of Ashland) : 
i. Hannah,M). 3 Sept. 1787; d. 17 Oct. 1851 rtombstone) ; m. (1) at 
Parsonslield, Me., 28 Sept. 1803, Axdi-.kw Gii.:\ian, son of Daniel, 
of Parsonsfield, Me., b. at Newmarket 7 .\pr. 1780. d. at Burling- 
ton, Vt., 5 June 1816; m. (2) 5 Dec. 1816 Samukl Jknness, s. of 
Samuel and (Prescott), of Tam worth, farmer, b. at Mere- 
dith 12 Apr. 1790, d. 25 Sept. 1865. 

Children by first husband (family record in possession, 1910, of 
Franklin P.*"jenness, s, of Diantha E.^ (Jenness), of Meredith) : 
1. Jeferson,^ b. at Parsonsfield, Me., 12 Jan. 1806 ; d. 15 Sept. 1825. 



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of Tamworth, lawyer, innkeeper, postmaster, town 
clerk, justice of the peace, b. at Effingham 12 Mar. 1807 ; d. 
1 Apr. 189(5; m. (1) 2 Nov. 1832 Jane R. Beede, dau. of Elijah 
and Ann (Felch), b. at Sandwich 16 Mar. 1809, d. 17 Apr. 
1851 ; m. (2) 2 Oct. 1851 Maria B. Gushing, dau. of William 
and Mary (Page), b. at Freedom 2 Dec. 1816, d. 24 Apr. 1882. 
Children by second husband (family record, ut supra) : 

3. Mary Ann, b. at Meredith 1 Oct. 1817; d. 10 June 1821. 

4. jUarii Elizabeth, b. at Meredith 19 Mar. 1819; d. 12 Apr. 1893; 

m. 4 Aug. 1842 Alberto A. McDaniels, s. of Charles and Sarah 
(Brewster), of Tamworth, Moultonborougli and Lakeport, 
farmer, b. at Tamwortli 28 Feb. 1820, d. 15 May 1909. 

5. Samuel L., b. at Wheelock, Vt., 7 Nov. 1820; d. 12 Nov. 1821. 

6. Hannah J., b. at Wlieelock, Vt., 3 Jan. 1822; d. 4 Sept. 1826. 

7. Dlantha E., b. at Danville, Vt., 8 Jan. 1824 ; d. 24 Feb. 1888 ; m. 

at Newmarket 18 Apr. 1847, her cousin, Joshua Jenness, s. of 
William and Elizabeth (Thompson), of Meredith, farmer, b. 
at Meredith 20 Feb. 1!?20, d. 14 Mar. 1900. 

8. Peter, b. at Meredith 1 June 1825 ; d, 4 Jan. 1826, 

9. Ira Ruckins, of Exeter, shoemaker, b. at Meredith 20 Sept. 

1826; d. 25 Apr. 1859; m. 1 Sept. 1846!jEliza A. Quint, dau. 
of Joseph and Hannah Abigail, b. at Madbury 2 Oct. 1826, 
who m. (2) Moses D. Frencllof Exeter and d. 30 Oct. 1875. 

10. Charles W., of Ashland and of Manchester, merchant, b. 24 Aug. 

1829; d. unm. 

11. Nanaj Hill, b. at Holderuess 8 Sept. 1832: d. at CharlestoAvn, 

Mass., 25 Feb. 1906 ^m. (1) 17 June 1850 David T. Hurd, s. 
of Jacob and Eunice (Libby), of Rochester, farmer, b. at 
Rochester 18 Jan. 1825, d. at Freedom 29 Mar. 1891 ; m. (2) 
1893 George Furbush, of Freedom, farmer; m. (3) 4 Oct. 1897 
her cousin, Ferdinand A.» Huckins, s. of Stephen^ (95) aud 
Pauliue (Webb), q.v. 
Stephen, b. 2 Nov. 1790. 
Peter, b. 5 July 1792. 

Mary, b. 27 July 1794; d. Aug. 1872; m. 8 Dec. 1812 her cousin, 
William^ Boyxton (14, iv, 1), son of William* aud Mary^ (Huck- 
ins), of Efflngliam, 1817, Wiscasset, Me., 1819, and Bangor, Me., 
teacher, surveyor, b. at Gilmantou 13 Mar. 1786, d. at Chicago 
1865. 

Children, the first three b. at Effingham Jthe others at Wiscasset, 
Me. (Boynton Family, p. 259) : 

1. dinri/ Elizabeth,^ h. 10 Jan. 1815; d. at Cambridge, Mass., 23 

Oct. 1888; m. Henry Googins, s.,of Rogers and Ann ( ) 

(Higgins), of Bangor, Me., master mariner, b. at East Trenton 
(Lamoiue), Me., 7 Aug. 1807 {Bangor Hist. Maa., vol. 8, p. 
107), d. 18 May 1869. 

2. William ^., of Chicago, carpenter, m. Elizabeth Armstrong. 

3. Thomas Boyd, of Bangor, Me., builder, b. 4 June 1817 ; d. 21 

Apr. 1895; m. 17 Nov. 1842 Mary E. Rodgers, dau. of Adam 
and Olive (Gay), b. at Lincoluville, Me., 13 Apr. 1822, living 
(1910) at Maiden, MaSs. 

4. Warren Rice, of Bangor, Me., printer, b. 24 May 1819 ; d. 6 Feb. 

1903; m. (1) 6 June 1841 Mary Jane Phipps, dau. of William, 
b. at Salem, Mass., 6 Dec. 1819, d. 14 Apr. 1852; m. (2) 24 
Oct. 1852 Martha E. Babcock, adopted dau. of John, d. 16 
Apr. 1879; m. (3) 26 Nov. 1890 Priscilla Rolstou, b. in Eng- 
land. 
6. Henry S., of Lamoine, Me., merchant, b. 20 Sept. 1820; d. 26 
July 1903 ; m. 26 July 1843 Matilda Hodgkins, dau. of Nathan 
' and Harriet (Googins), b. at Trenton, Me., 22 Sept. 1822, d. 

4 Jan. 1895. 

6. Joseph, d. in infancy. 

7. Joseph, d. in infancy. 

8. Hannah, d. unm. Oct. 1847. 



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9. Ann Wilson, b. 12 Aug. 1827; d. 16 June 1894; m. at Bangor, 
Me., 12 Oct. 1847, Richard H. Higgins, s. of Theopliilus and 
Sai'ali (Hodgkins), of Bangor, Me., and Grand Junction, Colo., 
farmer, b. at Trenton, Me., 12 July 1817, d. 20 Apr. 1903. 

10. Alonzo King, of Claicago, carpenter, soldier in the Civil War, 

b. 28 Juue 1829; d. 4 Dec. 1909; m. 31 July 1872 Margaret 
May, dan. of John and Mary (Bell), b. at Troy, N. Y., 21 June 
1851, living (1910) at Chicago, 111. 

11. George, of Northwood, Iowa, packer, b. 7 June 1833 ; d. Sept. 

1901; m. (1) Annie Drew, b. at Dexter, Me.; m. (2) Sarah 
Shaw, dan. of James M. and Susan (Tyler), b. at North Ban- 
gor, Me., 6 Mar. 1841, d. Oct. 1897. 
y. Eunice, b. 13 Jan. 1796; d. unm. Sept. 1848. 

yi. Mary Ann, b. 1 May 1798; d. in Boston 27 Feb. 1881; m. 27 Oct. 
1819 (Kev. Asa Piper's Marriages) Samuel^ Dalton, sou of Samuel' 
and Mary (Bennett), of Newrteld, Me., merchant, b. at Farsous- 
fleld, Me., 25 Nov. 1797, d. in Boston 1848. 
Children, b. at Newfield, Me. : 

1. Joseph;^ of Texas, real-estate dealer, b. 1821 ; d. unm. 1882. 

2. Caroline, b. 1823; d. s.p. in California 1903; m. at Cambridge, 

Mass., 4 Nov. 1845 (town records), William S. Mudgett, s. 
of John and Anna, of Boston, merchant, b. at Gilmanton 12 , 
July 1817, d. in Boston 6 Apr. 1886. 

3. As«," of Bangor, Me., 1854, New York City, 1861, Portland, Me., 

1863, cleriivnian, editor, A.M. (Harvard, 1851), S.T.D. (Colby, 
1885), b. 30 Oct. 1824 ; d. 29 Aug. 1912 ; m. 20 Nov. 1851 Maria 
Leverett, dan. of William and Mary B. (Jackson), b. in Boston 
5 Mar. 1826, d. at Portland, Me., 1 June 1909. 

4. William Tristram, of Pomona, Cal., merchant, b. 3 Dec. 1826; 

d. 23 July 1894 ; m. 22 Juue 1859 Susan Leverett, dau. of 
William and Mary B. (Jackson), b. in Boston 5 Mar. 1833 ; d. 
at Pomona, Cal., 5 Apr. 1899. 

5. Abigail, b. 1831 ; d. unm. in New York City 21 Nov. 1891. 

6. Benjamin F., of New York City, stock-broker, b. 1832; d. s.p. 

in Florida; m. in Boston 12 June 1855, Helen M. Gove, dau. 
of John, b. in Boston 1838. 
. vil. Ivory Loud, b. 1 Jan. IsOO. 
viii. Caroline, b. 25 Sept. 1802 ; d. at Exira, Iowa, 13 Sept. 1867; m. at 
Tamworth 6 Sept. 1820 Joseph Warren, son of Gen. James and 
Sarah (Millikin), of Buxton, Me., Effingham, N. H., and Exira, 
Iowa, 1856, inn-keeper, lumberman, b. at Scarborough, Me., 14 
Oct. 1798, d. 4 Sept. 1867. 

Children, the first two b. at Buxton, Me., the others at Effing- 
ham, N. H. (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Mary, widow of 
James H.« Warren, of Atlantic, Iowa) : 

1. Jnlianna,^ b. 14 Apr. 1821 ; d. at Haverhill, Mass., 14 Jan. 1890; 

m. 12 Aug. 1S61 Josepli' Chapman, s. of Eliphalet* and Mar- 
garet (Keneson) (Edward Chapman and Family, p. 36), of 
Tamworth, farmer, b. at Tamworth 29 June 1817, d. 12 Aug. 
1894. 

2. M'lrn ITurl-ius, b. 2 Apr. 1823 ; d. 5 Jan. 1851; m. 27 Dec. 1840 

Jn>c])li BiMuiett, s. of Joseph and Mehitable (Moulton), of 
Eiiiu^huiu Falls, lumberman, b. at Freedom 28 Nov. 1805, d. 
17 Dec,. ls.-,5. 

3. Susan, h. 1 Dec. 1824; d. 20 Sept. 1825. 

4. Charles Frederic Mllikin, of Somersworth, machinist, b. 25 Apr. 

182(; ; d. s.p. 18 Feb. 1852 ; m. 15 Sept. 1849 Mary F. Peudley, 
b. at Tamworth. 

5. William, b. 23 May 1828; d. 7 Oct. 1832. 

6. Susan, b. 25 June 1830; d. 2 Dec. 1830. 

7. Joseph Hiickins, of New^ton Upper Falls, Mass., Neponset, Mass., 

1856, Boston, 1862, autlior, physician, vice-president Am. Med. 
Ass'n, 1889-90, M.D. (Bowdoin, 1853), A.M. (Bowdoin, 1862), 
LL.D. (Norwich, 1889), brigade surgeon in the Civil War, b. 



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2 Oct. 1831; d. 24 Mar. 1891; m. 24 Sept. 1854 Caroline 
Elizabeth Everett, dau. of Joseph Caswell and Mary (War- 
ren), b. at Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 12 July 1831, d. at 
Roslindale, Mass., 12 Jan. 1904. 

8. James Henry, of Atlantic, Iowa, farmer, b. 23 Apr. 1834 ; d. 22 

May 1907; m. 12 Apr. 1858 Mary Lucmda Chapman, dau. of 
Benjamin E. and Margaret T. (Marshall), b. at Embden, Me., 
23 Oct. 1840, living (1910) at Atlantic, Iowa. 

9. Sarah Frances, b. 31 July 1836 ; d. 12 Eeb. 1901 ; m. 21 July 

1854 John Warren, s. of Uriah and Asenath (Hemenway), of 
Effingham, farmer, b. at Jackson, Me., 5 Nov. 1827, d. at Jack- 
son, Me., 1 Mar. 1904. 
10. Benjamin Franklin Darling, of Gray, Mont., physician, b. 25 
Apr. 1838 ; d. 10 July 1902 ; m. 13 Sept. 1861 Mary E. Winters, 
dau. of Nathan, b. at Plattsbui-gh, N. Y., living (?)(1910) in 
Oregon. 

98. ix. Nicholas E., b. 19 May 1804. 

99. X. Ira, b. 29 Jan. 1806. ' 

xi. Elizabeth, b. 15 Aug. 1808 ; d. unm. 

Child by second wife, born at Efiingham (family Bible, ut supra) : 
xii. Joseph, of Lawrence, Mass., and of Boston, mechanic, b. 25 June 
1828 ; disappeared in Michigan about 1868 ; m. 10 Nov. 1852 Ha:n'- 
nah" Batchelder, daughter of Bm-ley* and Elizabeth (Taylor) 
(Batchelder Genealogy, p. 198), b. at Sanbornton 12 Sept. 1827, 
d. s. p. 4 Dec. 1884.* 

33. Samuel® Huckins {Joseph,^ Joseph* Robert,^ James, "^ RoherO-), of Gil- 
manton, 1791, and of Waklen, Vt., 1795 (Vermont Historical Ga- 
zetteer, vol. 4, p. 426), farmer, was born at Nottingham 12 July 1771, 
and died 11 Dec. 1799. He married, 18 Nov. 1792 (town records), 
Patience Spencer of Nottingham. 

Administration upon his estate was granted on the petition of 
his widow. Patience, to Ezra Carter (Caledonia Probate Records, 
vol. 1, pp. 61-5). The widow was appointed guardian of Eunice 
and Patience, and Ebenezer Spencer was appointed guardian of 
Samuel, Joseph, and Mary (Polly), all children of Samuel Huckins 
{ib., vol. 1, p. 161). 

In 1791 he had from his father 40 acres in Gilmanton, part of 
lot 5 in the Upper Gore, and in 1794 he sold this land (Strafford 
Deeds, voh 19, p. 327). 

Children (guardianship proceedings, ut supra) : 

i. Eunice.^ 

ii. Patience. 

iii. Samuel. 

iv. Joseph. 

V. Mary (Pollt), also mentioned in the will of her grandfather, Jo- 
seph* Huckms (14), dated 11 May 1815. (Strafford Probate Rec- 
ords, vol. 23, p. 53.) 

* Joseph^ Huckins adopted as his son George M. Cross, son of Joseph and Eliza 
(Batchelder) Cross, v George M. Cross (afterwards George M. Huckins) was born at 
Wentworth 4 July 1863, and married 31 Mar. 1890 Ella S. Lamprey, born at Orford 20 
July 1867, daughter of George W. and Celinda C. (Trussell). George M. Huckins, 
farmer, and wife were living at Orfordville in 1910. 
Children, born at Orfordville : 

Gladys Mildred, b. 9 Nov. 1895; living (1910). 
George Clifton, b. 28 Jan. 1902; living (1910). 



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34. Eliphalet^ Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Holderness, farmer, born at New Hampton 17 Mar. 
1802, died 3 June 1835. He married, 19 Nov. 1826 (town 
records), Frances Hanaford, daughter of Benjamin and 
Sarah (Wait), who was born at New Hampton 9 Oct. 1800 
(ib.) and died at Chatham, 111., 1859. 
Children, born at Holderness : 

i. Frances L.,» b. 18 Feb. 1828; d. 16 June 1902; m. 19 Sept. 1849 

Dr. Nehemiah Wright, s. of Dr. Samuel and Mary A. (Webster), 

of Ashland, N. H., and of Chatham, 111., 1849, physician, A.M. 

(Illinois College, Jacksonville, 111.), b. at Holderness 20 Feb. 1824, 

d. 29 Jan. 1891. 
Children, b. at Chatham, 111. : 

1. Mary Frances,' b. 23 June 1851; living (1910); m. 25 Nov. 1870 
Zachariah T. McGinnes, s. of WiUiam and Lorenda (Darneille), 
of Loami, lU., clerk, b. at Loami, 111., 24 Sept. 1849, living 
(1910). 

,2. Jessie Florence, h. 24 Nov. 1853; living (1910); m. 23 May 1878 
Benjamin J. Detrick, s. of Daniel and Hester Ann (Johnson), 
of Pocahontas, 111., salesman, b. at Pocahontas, 111., 10 Oct, 
1852, living (1910). 

3. Dr. Charles Douglas, of Springfield, 111., physician, M.D. (Rush 
Med. CoU., 1880), b. 20 Feb. 1857; hving (1910); m. (1) 30 
Dec. 1880 Elizabeth Felch, dau. of Robert and Sarah (Pynchon), 
b. at Ottawa, 111., 18 Jan. 1860, d. 19 Oct. 1895; m. (2) 2 June 
1898 Adah A. Huber, dau. of WiUiam Harrison and Ehza- 
beth Jane (Irwin), b. at Meriden, Kans., 3 May 1875, living 
(1910). 
100. ii. George, b. 7 Dec. 1829. 

iii. Mary (Polly), b. 2 Aug. 1831: d. 29 Mar. 1856; m. Thomas 

LowERY, s. of WiUiam and Catherine (Pierson), of Springfield, 

lU., bridge carpenter, b. at Lough Eske, co. Donegal, Ireland, 2 Feb. 

1829, d. 12 Feb. 1905. 
Children, b. at Springfield, lU.: 

1. Thomas,' (twin), b. 29 Mar. 1856; d. 1856. 

2. Mary (twin), b. 29 Mar. 1856; d. 1856. 

iv. Melinda, b. 10 Mar. 1833; d. 2 Feb. 1908; m. 18 June 1857, as his 
second wife, Thomas Lowery, surviving husband of her sister 
Mary {vide supra). 
Children, b. at Springfield, lU. : 

1. William Pierson,' of Springfield, lU., city fireman, b. 10 Apr. 

1859; Uvmg (1910): m. 5 Nov. 1884 Barbara Etter, dau. of 
George and Magdalene (Vogel), b. at Springfield, 111., 16 Feb. 
1866, d. 10 Feb. 1907. 

2. Ida, h. 28 Oct. 1861; d. 27 June 1879. 

3. Kate, h. 11 Mar. 1863; d. 20 Aug. 1864. 

4. George, of Decatur, lU., carpenter, b. 13 June 1866; Uving (1910); 

m. 28 Nov. 1889 Marie CaroUne Luthe, dau. of John C. H. 
and Dorothea (Shackel), b. at ListUng, near Magdeburg, Prussia, 
23 Feb. 1864, Uving (1910). 

5. Edwin Eugene, b. 12 Oct. 1870; d. unm. 10 July 1904. 

6. Thomas, of Springfield, lU., postman, b. 15 Apr. 1873; Uving 

(1910); m. 15 Apr. 1896 EUen BuUough, dau. of WiUiam and 
EUzabeth (WilUams), b. at Braidwood, lU., 14 July 1876, living 
(1910). 

35. Thomas^ Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Holderness, farmer, born at New Hampton 16 Nov. 
1805, died 1 Apr. 1888." He married, 16 Mar. 1834 (town 
records), Comfort D.^ Sanborn, daughter of NathanieP and 



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Comfort^ (Dow) (Sanborn Family, p. 208), who was born at 
New Hampton 13 Aug. 1802 and died 8 Sept. 1872. 

Children, born at Holderness (family Bible in possession 
of Henry A. Moulton, surviving husband of Florence Dell 
(Greenleaf), daughter of Martha A.^ (Huckins) Greenleaf): 
i. Mary S.,^ b. 1 Apr. 1837; d. unm. 19 June 1854. 
ii. Martha A., b. 27 May 1842; d. 11 July 1904; m. 1 Aug. 1858 Hiram 
Greenleaf, s. of Samuel and Hannah J. (Lakin), of Holderness 
farmer, b. at Campton 20 Nov. 1835, d. 4 Mar. 1899. ' 

Children, b. at Holderness: 

1. Mary Susan,^ b. 6 July 1863; d. s.p. 1 Jan. 1881; m. 1 Nov. 

1879 Arthiu- W. Farmer, s. of Levi and Abigail (Straw), of 
Holderness, farmer, b. at Plymouth 2 Nov. 1858, living (1910). 

2. Florence Dell, b. 18 May 1870; d. s.p. 8 June 1913; m. 27 Sept. 

1896 Henry A. Moulton, s. of Fred M. and Louise M. (Fel- 
lowes), of Holderness, farmer, b. at Bridgewater 22 Sept. 1866. 
living (1913). 

36. Dea. James'' Huckins {Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Ashland, 1849, shoemaker, member of the Legis- 
lature, born at New Hampton 29 Mar. 1807, died 22 Jan. 1886. 
He married, 22 Oct. 1831, his third cousin, Lois Plaisted, 
daughter of Benning Moulton (8, iv, 1) and Phebe (Eaton), 
who was bom at New Hampton 11 Jan. 1809 and died 16 July 
1878. 

Children, born at Holderness : 
i. Cordelia M.,* b. 24 Jan. 1834; d. 7 Mar. 1906; m. 14 Feb. 1866 
William H. Cheney, s. of Albert Gallatin and Hannah (Heath),. 
of Ashland, and of Freeland, Wyo., 1889, farmer, ranchman, 
justice of the peace, b. at North Groton 29 Jan. 1840, d. 6 Esc- 
1908. 

Only chUd, b. at Sanbornton: 
1. Albert Gallatin,^ of Freeland, Wyo., ranchman, b. 29 Mar. 1867; 
hving (1910); m. 3 May 1886 Sara M. PurceU, dau. of Thomas 
and Sara A. (Colson), b. at Huckarde, near Dortmund, Prussia, 
26 Nov. 1866, Uving (1910). 
101. ii. James Ford, b. 13 Aug. 1840. 

37. Jonathan Gordon^ Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,* 

James,'^ Robert^), of Holderness, farmer, born at New Hamp- 
ton 4 Apr. 1815, died 14 Jan. 1871. He married, 25 Feb. 1841 
(town records), Salvina Hodge, daughter of Solomon and 
Apphia (Wells), who was born at Rumney 13 Jan. 1819 (ib.) - 
and died 13 Dec. 1902. 

Children, born at Holderness (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Mary AbigaiP (Huckins) Rock of Claremont) : 
i. Robert,8 b. 3 Jan. 1842; d. 3 Aug. 1844. 
ii. Robert, of Lynn, Mass., shoe-worker, b. 27 Aug. 1845; d. unm. 

24 Jan. 1902. 
iii. Mary Abigail, b. 23 Mar. 1849; living (1910); m. 5 Nov. 1871 
Alphonse Howard Rock, s. of Joseph and Maria (Howard), of 
Unity and Claremont, baker, soldier in the Civil War, b. at North- 
field, Vt., 19 Nov. 1840, Uving (1910). 
Children, b. at Claremont: 

1. Maria A.,^ b. 11 Aug. 1872; d. unm. 23 Sept. 1896. 

2. William A., of Winooski, Vt., weaver, b. 25 Aug. 1873; living 

s.p. (1910); m. at Canterbury, 25 June 1901, Charlotte C. Ware, 



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dau. of Gilbert J. and Ellen M. (Fields), b. at Northport, 
Me., 12 Mar. 1872, living (1910). 

3. Martha E., b. 23 Dec. 1874; living s.p. (1910); m. at Unity, 

23 Dec. 1892, Herbert L. Reed, s. of Jonathan and Deborah 
(Hunt), of Springfield, Mass., janitor, b. at Unity 23 Dec. 1869, 
living (1910). 

4. Nellie A., b. 25 May 1876; d. 28 Sept. 1894. 

5. Ida S., b. 11 Jan. 1880; living imm. (1910). 

6. Edward C, of Plymouth, Mass., weaver, b. 19 Nov. 1884; Mving 

(1910); m. 8 Dec. 1907 Mary Ellen Gardner, dau. of WiUiam 
and Ellen (Collahan), b. at Plymouth, Mass., 15 Mar. 1885, 
Uving (1910). 

7. Oliver B., of Springfield, Mass., toolmaker, b. 24 Oct. 1886; living 

imm. (1910). 

8. Clifton J., of Springfield, Mass., machinist, b. 16 Apr. 1889; 

living unm. (1910). 
iv. Ida Belle, b. 21 Oct. 1855; d. 7 Oct. 1880; m. Oct. 1872 (town 
records) John Neil, s. of James and Janet (McGregor), of Ashland, 
woolsorter, b. at Greenock, Scotland, 7 Aug. 1850, d. at Centre 
Harbor 7 Jan. 1886. 
Children, b. at Ashland: 

1. William H.,^ of Wolfeborough, carpenter, b. 18 June 1874; living 

'(1910); m. at Moultonborough, 11 Jan. 1902, Minnie Grace 
Holmes, dau. of Nathaniel H. and Mary Elizabeth (Ben- 
nett), b. at Tamworth 30 Oct. 1864, living (1910). 

2. Mary Janet, b. 18 Feb. 1876; Uving s.p. (1910); m. 25 Nov. 

1892 Fred E. GUnes, s. of Simon D. and Elizabeth (Tate), of 
Centre Harbor, painter, b. at Moultonborough 8 Mar. 1867, 
living (1910). 
V. Caklos Allen, of Ashland, clerk, b. 3 July 1860; d. unm. 10 Jan. 19 12. 

38. Henry^ Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Holderness, farmer, born at New Hampton 11 Feb. 
1817, died 29 May 1889 (town records). He married, 10 Mar. 
1845, Adeline Wiggin, daughter of Chase and Mary (Eaton), 
who was born at Holderness 21 Aug. 1818 and died 26 Dec. 
1889 (ib.). 

Children, born at Holderness: 
i. Henry A.,* b. 25 May 1852; d. 17 June 1852. 
ii. Leroy, b. 1 May 1854; d. 2 June 1854. 

iii. Adeline E., b. 19 Sept. 1855; Uving (1910); m. 4 July 1876 Daniel 
S. Batchelder, s. of Rev. Daniel and Mary J. (Plummer), of 
Ashland, farmer, b. at Bridgewater 22 Nov. 1851, Uving (1910). 
Children, b. at Holderness: 

1. A Son,^ b. 5 Aug. 1880; d. 5 Aug. 1880. 

2. Erville John, of Ashland, farmer, b. 3 May 1884; Uving unm. 

(1910). 

39. Stephen Pitman'^ Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ James,'^ Robert,^ 

James,"^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at New 
Hampton 5 June 1826, died 12 Feb. 1906. He married, 
7 May 1856, his first cousin once removed, Rachel Jane 
Hanaford, daughter of Peter and Nancy (Smith) (9, vi, i), 
who was born at New Hampton 14 Aug. 1827 and died 18 
Jan. 1906. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Mary E.,8 b. 7 July 1857; d. s.p. 11 June 1888 (town records); m. 
31 Jan. 1SS5, as his second wife, her second cousin, Albert M.* 
Huckins (59, ii), s. of Horace' and Martha G. (Plaisted), q.v. 



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ii. Stephen Almon, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 22 Mar. 1860; living 
s.p.* (1910); m. 16 Sept. 1901 Margaret Rose (McCormick) 
Cochran, dau. of Edward and Eliza (McGee) and former wife of 
William, b. at Hydesville, Vt., 18 Apr. 1860, Uving (1910). 

40. Orlando G.' Huckins (Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at New Hampton 

5 July 1828, died 2 May 1880 (town records). He married 
his first cousin once removed, Mary Smith, daughter of 
Benjamin and Hannah (Mudgett) (9, ii, 3), who was born at 

' New Hampton 4 Sept. 1828 and died 23 Jan. 1907. 
Only child, born at New Hampton: 

102. i. Benjamin Lester,^ b. 15 Jan. 1853. 

41. Nathaniel Perkins^ Huckins (John,^ James,^ James,* Robert j^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Holderness, 1830, farmer, town officer, 
born at New Hampton 23 June 1806, died 18 May 1888 (town 
records). He married, 10 May 1829 (ib.), Nancy Smith, 
daughter of Phihp and Abigail (Jewell), who was born at New 
Hampton 7 Dec. 1806 and died 10 Nov. 1880 (ib.). 
Children, born at Holderness : 

103. i. Jonathan Burley,^ b. 4 Feb. 1831. 

104. ii. John Calvin, b. 19 Aug. 1832. 

iii. Elvira Jane, b. 20 Mar. 1836; living (1910); m. 25 Nov. 1858 
Walter W. Smith, s. of Moses and Abigail (French), of Holderness, 
farmer, b. at Campton 10 Feb. 1835, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at Holderness: 
1. Almore W.,^ of Holderness, mill hand, b. 18 Feb. 1860; living 
unm. (1910). 

42. John Buzzell^ Huckins {John,^ James,^ James,* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Holderness, farmer, born at New Hampton 31 May 
1810, died 12 Feb. 1898 (town records). He married first, 

6 June 1836, his cousin, Dorcas H. Smith (9, vi, 3), daughter 
of John and Esther^ (Huckins), q.v.; and secondly, 5 July 1845 
(ib.), Nancy C. Worthen, daughter of Charles and Joanna^ 
(Chase), who was born at Holderness 11 Dec. 1812 and died 
30 Apr. 1881 (ib.). 

Children by first wife, born at Holderness (family Bible in 
possession, 1910, of George A. Hunt, son of Catherine B.^ 
(Huckins), of Bridgewater) : 

i. Sylvester F., 8 of Cavendish, Vfc., farmer, b. 3 June 1837; d. s.p, 
20 Apr. 1909; m. 28 June 1865 Josephine Parker, dau. of James 
and Mary (MerriU), b. at Sharon, Vt., 9 Sept. 1838, living (1910) 
at Sharon, Vt. 

ii. Amanda P., b. 31 Dec. 1839; d. s.p. 16 Mar. 1895; m. 5 May 1865 
George C. Taylor, s. of Oilman R. and Mary (Baker), of Campton, 
farmer, b. at Campton 5 Dec. 1833, Uving (1910). 

iii. Catherine B., b. 25 Apr. 1841; d. 5 May 1900; m. <1) at Campton, 
31 Jan. 1867 (town records), George W. Hunt, s. of Matthew P. 
and Deborah (Taylor), of Woodstock and of Thornton, 1870, 
farmer, b. at North Woodstock 23 Nov. 1833, d. 4 Mar. 1875; 
m. (2) at New Hampton, 16 Jan. 1876 (ib.), her fourth cousin once 
removed, Henry Fillmore Plaisted, s. of Cyrus C. and Elizabeth 

* He has adopted as his son Harold' Huckins, son of Rodney H.* (124) and Luna B. 
(Bartlett), q.v. 



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(Rowe) and grandson of Stephen (14, i, 2), of Thornton, farmer, b. 
at New Hampton 22 Sept. 1849, d. 20 May 1877; m. (3) at Holder- 
ness, 29 June 1882 (ib.), as his second wife, Rufus Blake, s. of 
Ehphalet and Mary (Russell ?), of Plymouth, blacksmith, b. at 
Alexandria 1830, d. 28 May 1884. 
Children by first husband: 

1. Julia Etta,^ b. at Woodstock 26 July 1869; d. 17 July 1870. 

2. George A., of Bridgewater, farmer, b. at Thornton 16 May 1871; 

Uving (1910); m. 12 July 1898 Emma G. Pillsbury, dau. of 
Frank and Elsie M. (O'Neil), b. at Bridgewater 11 July 1880. 
Mving (1910). 

3. John M., of Tilton, farmer, b. at Thornton 21 Aug. 1874; living 

s.p. (1910); m. 8 Jan. 1895 Abigail L. Caverly, dau. of Daniel 
and Mary L. (Shaw), b. at Meredith 26 Oct. 1872, Hving (1910). 
Only child by second husband: 

4. Chester (who took Himt as his surname), of Rumney, farmer, b. 

at New Hampton 13 Dec. 1876; Uving (1910); m. at Ply- 
mouth, 22 Nov. 1896, Mary B. Palmer, dau. of Charles W. 
and Ehzabeth A. (Loveland), b. at Holderness 1 Jan. 1877, 
Uving (1910). 

Children by second wife, born at Holderness: 
iv. Dorcas Anne, b. 5 June 1846; d. unm. 26 Jan. 1912. 
V. Charlotte I., b. 16 Aug. 1847; d. 2 Nov. 1847. 

4:3. Thomas P.^ Huckins (John,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,"^ 
Robert^), of Warren and of Orford, 1870, farmer, born at New 
Hampton 11 July 1812, died 7 Apr. 1889 (town records). 
He married, 28 June 1835 {ib.), Lucretia Berry, daughter 
of Newell and Hannah (Howe), who was born at New 
Hampton 20 Aug. 1815 and died at Portsmouth 24 Feb. 
1898 _(i6.). 

Children, the first one born at Holderness, the others at 
Wentworth (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Judith A.^ 
(Huckins) Foote of Orford) : 

105. i. Alonzo K.,8 b. 11 Nov. 1835. 

ii. Melissa, b. 18 Jan. 1841; d. 25 Sept. 1907; m. 25 Aug. 1860 Hiram 
C. Gale, s. of Alonzo and Rhoda (Fogg), of Warren and of Laconia, 
farmer, b. at Bridgewater 12 June 1837, d. 2 Apr. 1903. 

Only child: 
1. Menta Belle,^ h. at Warren 27 July 1864; Uving (1910); m. (1) 
21 Nov. 1883 Herbert C. Knowlton, s. of John and Rachel 
(Batchelder), of Laconia, merchant, b. at Sanbornton 21 Apr. 
1859, d. 28 Aug. 1886; m. (2) 10 July 1889 Charles K. Sanborn, 
8. of Jacob and Sarah (Sanborn), of Laconia, merchant, b. at 
LoweU, Mass., 8 Mar. 1845, living (1910). 
iii. Dorcas M., b. 30 Nov. 1843; d. 23 Jan. 1895; m. 6 May 1866 Horace 
H. Morrison, s. of George W. and Sarah (Oilman), of Haver hiU, 
carpenter, b. at Roxbury, Mass., 18 Dec. 1838, Uving (1910). 
Children, b. at HaverhiU: 

1. Horace Eugene,^ of Piermont, miUer, lumber merchant, b. 20 Apr. 

1867; Uving (1910); m. 5 Nov. 1889 Ida May Robie, dau. of 
Lyman M. and Eunice A. (Cofran), b. at Corinth, Vt., 9 May 
1868, living (1910). 

2. Sarah Luetta, b. 8 June 1872,; d. 23 Mar. 1873. 

106. iv. Thomas, b. 31 May 1848. 

V. Judith A., b. 7 July 1852; Uving (1910); m. 4 July 1869 James E. 
Foote, g. of Samuel Emory and Abigail (Swain), of Orford, farmer, 
b. at Warren 4 Sept. 1847, Uving (1910). 

Only child: 
1. Harry B.,^ of Orford, farmer, merchant, b. at Warren 27 Feb. 
1873; Uving (1910); m. at Piermont, 15 Oct. 1892, Claribel 



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Felch, only dau. of Henry H. and Kate A. (Bradish), b. at Can- 
non City, Colo., 15 Oct. 1872, Uving (1910). 
vi. Rebecca J., b. 22 Apr. 1854; d. 19 May 1903; m. at Warren, 12 Jan. 
1873, Horatio K. Libby, s. of Ezra B. and Eva (Sinclair), of Gras- 
mere, farmer, b. at Warren 24 Oct. 1851, living (1910). 
Children: 

1. Elizabeth A.,^ h. at Warren 9 Jan. 1877; d. 20 Mar. 1911; m. 

28 May 1898 William Porritt, s. of Francis and Mary (Wells), 
of Goffstown, merchant, b. at Rochdale, co. Lancaster, Eng., 
18 Dec. 1876, Uving (1910). 

2. Menta Belle, h. at Orford 25 Apr. 1887; living unm. (1910). 

44. Enos A.^ Huckins (John,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Warren, 1839, shoemaker, born at New Hampton 

7 July 1815, died 7 Nov. 1858. He married, 27 Jan. 1837 

(town records), Elizabeth C. Ingalls; daughter of Satchell 

C. and Hannah (Heath), who was born at Deerfield 23 Aug. 

1811 and died at Plymouth 9 June 1886 (ib.). 

Children, born at Warren: 

i. Charles,8 of Warren, farmer, b. 29 Apr. 1839; living s.p. (1910); m. 

(1) 9 Nov. 1860 Mary B. Sargent, dau. of Samuel and Mary Jane 

(Davis), b. 10 May 1842, d. 28 Nov. 1864; m. (2) Nov. 1867 Maria 

(Perkins) Philbrook, dau. of Israel and Mary (Burnham) and 

widow of Edwin, b. at Warren 20 July 1838, Uving (1910); m. (3) 

June 1870 Eva Jackson, dau. of Hiram and EUza, b. at Concord, 

Me., Nov. 1842, d. 1 Apr. 1881. 

ii. Enos, of Plymouth, 1884, physician, member of the Legislature, M.D. 

(Philadelphia Medical CoU., 1876), b. 10 Aug. 1845; d. s.p. 9 Apr. 

1903; m. (1) 15 Mar. 1868 Martha C. Merrill, dau. of True and 

Sarah (Clough), b. at Warren 26 Sept. 1849, d. 16 Apr. 1894 (town 

records); m. (2) 7 May 1898 Viola V. Evans, dau. of Darius B. 

and Emma F. (Lee), b. at Holderness 17 Apr. 1875, who m. (2) 

George Merrill (Stearns's Plymouth, vol. 2, p. 359) and is Uving 

(1910) at Plymouth. 

iii. Cora, b. 10 Sept. 1851; d. 19 May 1871; m. 19 Nov. 1869 (town 

records) Ximenez P. Wright, s. of Joel A. and Martha B. (Bad- 

lett), of Piermont and of Pike, farmer, b. at Groton, Mass., 26 Dec. 

1850, Uving (1910). 

Only child: 
1. Enos A.,9 b. at Piermont 12 Sept. 1870; d. 14 Mar. 1871. 

45. Calvin Smith^ Huckins (John,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at New Hampton 
11 July 1822, died 9 July 1877. He married, 26 Apr. 1842, 
his cousin, Mary Ann Plaisted (9, xii, 3), daughter of 
Samuel and Nancy^ (Huckins), q.v. 

Children, born at New Hampton (family Bible in posses- 
sion, 1910, of Charles B.^ Huckins of New Hampton): 
i. Frank H.,* b. 24 Aug. 1843; d. 28 Oct. 1843. 

107. u. Edwin Morris, b. 4 Dec. 1849. 

108. ui. Simeon Dana, b. 1 Aug. 1853. 

iv. John Calvin, b. 11 Aug. 1856; d. unm. 2 June 1878. 

V. Charles Burnham, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 2 Oct. 1859; Uving 
s.p. (1910); m. 22 Oct. 1881 Mary E. Waters, dau. of Azro and 
EmeUne (Converse), b. at Littleton 26 Jan. 1863, Uving (1910). 

46. Daniel G.'' Huckins {John,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert'-), of Boston, machinist, born at New Hampton 23 July 
1825, died at Tewksbury, Mass., 2 Jan. 1894 (town records). 



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He married first Eliza Moffatt, said to have been of Phila- 
delphia; and secondly, at Framingham, Mass., 15 Dec. 1869 
(ih.), Juliette R. Johnson, daughter of WiUiam P. and 
Susan E. (Hanson), who was born at Framingham, Mass., 
6 Apr. 1848 (ib.) and died 7 Mar. 1886. 

Only child, by second wife: 
i. Frank,* b. abt. 1873; said to be of Lowell, Mass. 

47. Nathan^ Huckins (Daniel,^ James,^ James,* Robert,^ James,^ 
Robert^), of New Hampton, printer, born at New Hampton 
5 Apr. 1808 (town records), died 4 Aug. 1883. He married, 
11 Nov. 1830 {lb.), Sophia S. Kelly, daughter of Wyzeman 
and Elizabeth E. (Hadley), who was born at Rumney 29 
July 1807 and died 28 June 1867. 

Children (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Helen S.^ 
(Huckins) Burch of Lowell, Mass.) : 

109. i. William B.,* b. at New Hampton 12 June 1832. 

ii. Helen S., b. at New Hampton 3 Feb. 1836; living (1910); m. at 
Lowell, Mass., 15 Nov. 1856, John Btjrch, s. of Isaac and Hannah 
(Braley), of LoweU, Mass., mason, plumber, b. at Hartford, Vt,, 
9 Mar. 1832, Uving (1910). 
Children, b. at Lowell, Mass.: 

1. William Alonzo,^ of Detroit, Mich., clergyman, publisher, b. 28 

Nov. 1857; Uving (1910); m. 12 Dec. 1881 Mabel Swain, dau. 
of Darius and Almena (Little), b. at Warren 28 Feb. 1858, living 
(1910). 

2. John Franklin, of Lowell, Mass., janitor, b. 25 Mar. 1895;!ihving 

(1910); m. 2 Feb. 1888 Ahce Van Dyke, b. at Rochester, Vt., 
d. 20 Mar. 1898. 

3. Arthur Sylvanus, of Springfield, Mass., plumber, b. 24 Nov. 1861; 

living (1910); m. at Lowell, Mass., 11 July 1887 (town records), 
Martha B. Bamford, dau. of William and Joyce, b. at Orivel, 
P. Q., 1860, living (1910). 

110. iii. Alonzo A., b. at West Rumney 3 Feb. 1838. 

iv. Melissa, b. at New Hampton 8 July 1840; hving s.p. (1910); m. (1) 
29 Oct. 1864 Richard Shepard, s. of Richard and EUzabeth (Shep- 
ard), of Holderness, farmer, b. at Holderness 31 July 1818, d. 1 May 
1869; m. (2) 19 July 1872 Samuel Shepard, brother of her de- 
ceased husband, of Ashland, farmer, b. at Holderness 30 Sept. 1815, 
d. 25 Aug. 1884; m. (3) Feb. 1887 John H. Baker, s. of Brown and 
Phebe P. (Colhns), of Dover, carpenter, b. at Gardiner, Me., 1 Jan. 
1832, hving (1910). 

48. David'' Huckins {Daniel,^ James,^ James,'^ Robert,^ James,^ 
Robert^), of Orange, Mass., and of Ashby, Mass., 1884, black- 
smith, born at New Hampton 12 Feb. 1810 (town records), 
died 24 Oct. 1893. He married, Sept. 1831, Melinda Dow, 
daughter of Jonathan and Mary (Dicy), who was born at 
Gilmanton 15 Dec. 1808 and died 24 Jan. 1893. 

Children, the first one born at Meredith, the next four at 
New Hampton, the others at Lowell, Mass. (family Bible in 
possession, 1910, of Susan C.^ (Huckins) Stanley of Fitch- 
burg, Mass.): 

111. i. Charles Wesley,^ b. 3 Mar. 1832. 

ii. Amanda A., b. 7 Aug. 1835; d. s.p. in New York City 3 May 1884; 
m. 18 Apr. 1868 David M. Whitney, s. of Richard and Janet 
(McCoy), of Ashby, Mass., merchant, b. at Clarendon, Vt., 1811, 
d. 26 May 1889. 



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ui. George, b. 11 Apr. 1837; d. 29 May 1838. 

iv. Edwin J. D., of Fitchburg, Mass., blacksmith, soldier in the Civil 

War, b. 29 May 1839; hving s.p. (1910); m. (1) at Lowell, Mass., 

3 Apr. 1867, Belinda Ricker, dau. of Jacob and Hannah, b. at 

Moultonborough 4 Oct. 1834, d. at Athol, Mass., 19 Mar. 1869; m. 

(2) at Ayer, Mass., 15 Jan. 1870, Martha Louise Taylor, dau. 

of David and Louisa (Coohdge), b. at Fitchburg, Mass., 31 July 

1832, hving (1910). 
V. Henry L., of Worcester, Mass., machinist, soldier in the Civil Wan, 

b. 13 Sept. 1841; d. s.p. 25 Mar. 1903; m. at Lowell, Mass., 15 Oct. 

1866, Maria C. Adams, dau. of Enoch and Ehzabeth, b. in Maine 

1839, d. at Lowell, Mass. 
vi. Eliza Jane, b. 19 Feb. 1847; d. at Lowell, Mass., 21 Feb. 1848. 
vii. Susan C, b. 26 Jan. 1850; hving s.p. (1910) at Fitchbm-g, Mass.; m. 

at LoweU, Mass., 6 Apr. 1865, Franklin M. Stanley, only child 

of George M. and Ida C, b. at Rome, N. Y., 25 Feb. 1833, d. 11 

June 1900. 

d9. Jonathan Dolloff^ Huckins (Daniel,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at New 
Hampton 24 Nov. 1812 (town records), died 6 Dec. 1887 {ih.). 
He married first, 26 Nov, 1836 {ih.), Dorothy Dow, daughter 
of Jonathan and Mary (Dicy), who was born at Gihnanton 
and died s.p.; secondly (intention recorded 5 Dec. 1841) his 
cousin, Abigail (Smith) Dolloff (9, vi, 4), daughter of John 
and Esther^ (Huckins), who was born at New Hampton 
1812 and died 16 July 1851; and thirdly (intention recorded 
23 Jan. 1853) Elizabeth (Clark) Colfass, widow, who was 
born at Meredith 1815 and died 18 Dec. 1887 (town records). 

Children by second wife, born at New Hampton: 
i. Susan Maria,* d. aged 18. 

ii. RuFUS, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 1845; d. s.p. at Laconia 18 May 
1910; m. 24 Dec. 1878 (town records) Mahala J. (Maeston) 
Connor, dau. of Haven and Tryjjheha (Ray) and widow of George, 
b. at Meredith 30 Aug. 1827, d. 1 Jan. 1909 {ih.). 
iii. Eliz.\beth Medora, b. 12 Aug. 1846; d. s.p.* at Sanbornton 30 Mar. 
1902 (town records); m. at New Hampton, 12 Nov. 1865, Henry 
H. MouLTON, s. of Aaron M. and Sarah (Eastman), of Frankhn 
and of Exeter, farmer, soldier in the Civil War (14th N. H. Vol.), 
b. at Loudon 25 July 1843, hving (1910). 
iv. Silas Curtice, of New Hampton, artisan, b. 8 Nov. 1848; d. unm. 
23 Nov. 1912. 

50. Calvin'^ Huckins {Daniel,^ James, ^ James, ^ Robert,^ James, ^ 
Robert^), of Holderness, 1860, stonemason, farmer, born at 
New Hampton 5 Nov. 1816 (town records), died 28 Feb. 1897 
(ib.). He married (intention recorded 9 Jan. 1844) Weltht 
Brown, daughter of Benjamin and Susan (Putney), who was 
born at Warren 5 June 1821 and died 28 Oct. 1891 (ib.). 

Children, born at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Arah^ Huckins, son of George W.,^ of Holderness) : 
1. Mary A.,8 b. 1844; d. 16 Feb. 1848. 

• She adopted as her daughter Alice M. Collins, daughter of Benjamin and Alice 
(Cross) (Cross's Northfield, vol. 2, p. 63), who was born at Northfield 12 Apr. 1871 
and was married at FranlcHn, 2 Feb. 1891, to Fred E. Burleigh, son of Daniel B. and 
Huldah L. (Wilbur), of East Andover, farmer, born at Fremont 10 Sept. 18G5, living 
(1913). Mrs. Burleigh was living at Haverhill, Mass., in 1913. Nine children, of whom 
one is deceased. 



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112. ii. George W., b. 27 Mar. 1845. 

iii, Maek D., b. 19 July 1852; d. in infancy. 

iv. Vesta Ann, b. 25 May 1857; living (1910) at Kezar Falls, Me.; m. 
at Holderness, 13 Mar. 1875, Ashley Weeks, s. of John and 
Almira (Cox), of Porter, Me., farmer, b. at Holderness 28 Feb. 
1853, Uving (1910). 
Children, b. at Holderness: 

1. Adelaide Nina,^ b. 13 Oct. 1875; living (1910); m. 19 June 1894 

Frank W. McEwan, s, of Joseph and Margaret (Hough), of 
Dover, expressman, b. at Massena, N. Y., 3 Sept. 1872, hving 
(1910). 

2. Sophia Adele, h. 9 Dec. 1880; hving s.p. (1910); m. 30 Oct. 1907 

David D. Allen, s. of James and Louisa (Dobson), of Dover, 
gardener, b. at Bayfield, N. B., 22 Mar. 1848, hving (1910). 
V. Mary S., b. 21 Sept. 1860; hving s.p. (1910) at Dover; m. at Dover, 
29 Nov. 1877 (town records), Joseph Holt, s. of Asa and Ohve 
(Rowe), of Dover, railroad employee, b. at Dover 4 Jan. 1835, d. 
19 Feb. 1913. 
vi. William M., b. 28 Apr. 1869; d. in infancy. 

51. Daniel B.^ Huckins (Daniel,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Holyoke, Mass., and of Evansville, Wis., mason, 
born at New Hampton 8 Aug. 1826, died at Evansville, Wis., 
5 May 1878. He married first, at Springfield, Mass., 15 Mar. 
1855 (town records), Susan E. Cook, daughter of Reuben 
and Paufine (McLaughlin), who was born at Plattsburgh, 
N. Y., 1832 and died 6 Sept. 1863; secondly, in Vermont, a 
wife whose name has not been found; and thirdly, at Evans- 
ville, Wis., Lydia E. McMillan, daughter of John and Laura 
A. (Doty), who was born probably at Adrian, Mich., 21 Oct. 
1844 and died 15 Sept. 1875. 
Children by first wife, born at Evansville, Wis. : 
1. LiJELLA P.,8 b. 17 Feb. 1857; d. at EvansviUe, Wis., 5 May 1874. 
ii. Abigail, b. 5 July 1861; d. 22 May 1903; m. 24 May 1882 James C. 
E^^RETT, 8. of Henry C. and Maria (ColUns), of Lansing, Mich., 
merchant, b. at Lansing, Mich., 19 Dec. 1851, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Lansing, Mich. : 

1. Henry Arthur,^ of Toledo, Ohio, machinist, b. 23 July 1884; 

hving (1910); m. 4 Sept. 1906 Mabel Whitney, adopted dau. 
of Wilham and Edna (Moss), b. at St. Thomas, P. Q., 29 
Sept. 1889, livmg (1910). 

2. Gladys Julia, h. 4 July 1886; hving s.p. (1910); m. 25 July 1907 

Robert Hoff, s. of Charles and Harriet (Holmes), of Detroit, 
Mich., machinist, b. at Anderson, Mich., 1 Jan. 1886, hving 
(1910). 

3. Clara Norena, b. 22 Sept. 1889; d. s.p. 12 Aug. 1911; m. 28 Nov. 

1906 Robert Barr, s. of James and Ann (Warder), of Lansing, 
Mich., wheelwright, b. at Chatham, Mich., 12 Jan. 1872, hvmg 
(1910). 

4. Marie Collins, b. 16 Dec. 1893; m. 19 June 1913 Leon Rogers, 

8. of Orl and Ellen (Wiltse), of Lansing, Mich., machinist, b. 
at Allen, Mich., 27 May 1890. 

5. Uonel R., b. 15 Apr. 1899; d. 23 Aug. 1901. 

Only child by third wife, born at Evansville, Wis. : 
iii, Akthur J., of Miles City, Mont., printer, b. 31 May 1866; living 
(1910) ; m. 9 June 1893 Emma A. Peters, dau. of Anson and Emily, 
hving (1910). 

52. Joseph D.^ Huckins {Daniel,^ Jmnes,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Bay City, Mich., 1854, and of Beaver Lake, 



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Mich., lumber dealer, born at New Hampton 4 Aug. 1828, 
was living in 1910. He married, 18 Mar. 1855, Cordelia 
Pierce, daughter of Nathan and Mary (Beales), who was 
born at Watertown, N. Y., 26 Feb. 1836 and died 12 Mar. 
1900. 
Children, born at Bay City, Mich. : 
113. i. Bert,8 b. 12 Dec. 1859. 

ii. Nellie M., b. 10 Nov. 1864; d. 1 Mar. 1897; m. 15 May 1889 
William L. Peck, s. of William H. and Mary (Edson), of East 
Jordan, Mich., railroad employee, b. at Alden, N. Y., 24 Oct. 1864, 
living (1910). 
Children, b. at Bay City, Mich. : 

1. Ralph,^ of Bay City, Mich., raikoad employee, b. 12 July 1890; 

living unm. (1910). 

2. Ward, of Ann Arbor, Mich., student, b. 24 Aug. 1891; living 

unm. (1910). 

3. Helen, h. 1 July 1893; hving unm. (1910). 

iii. Fred P., of Appleton, Wis., insurance agent, b. 22 May 1870; living 
s.p. (1910); m. 31 Aug. 1893 Margaret Schlatterer, dau. of 
Christian G. and Elizabeth (Keinath), b. at East Saginaw, Mich., 
18 Jan. 1870, living (1910). 

53. Dana D.^ Huckins {Daniel,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Lowell, Mass., and of Bay City, Mich., 1862, 
carpenter, born at New Hampton 22 May 1830, died 1 May 
1865. He married, 1 May 1855, Vesta A. Potter, daughter 
of David and Ada (Witherell) (History of Litchfield, Me., 
p. 267), who was born at Litchfield, Me., 23 May 1829 and 
died at Fremont 21 June 1908. She married secondly Benja- 
min F. Bisbee, thirdly Charles C. Frost, and fourthly John P. 
Clifton. 
Only child, born at Lowell, Mass.: 

114. i. Albert D.,8 b. 23 Mar. 1859. 

54. Benjamin Smith^ Huckins {J antes, ^ J antes, ^ James,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at New 
Hampton 20 Nov. 1813, died 17 Feb. 1874. He married, 
3 Sept. 1833 (town records), Elizabeth G. Smith, daughter 
of Josiah and Hannah (Oilman), who was born at New Hamp- 
ton 24 Aug. 1811 and died 10 June 1886 (ib.). 

Children, born at New Hampton (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Abigail (Huckins) Lowd of Ashland) : 

115. i. James E.,^ b. 30 Dec. 1834. 

ii. Mary Jane, b. 30 Nov. 1836; d. unm. 20 Aug. 1853. 

iii. Abigail, b. 24 Aug. 1841; Uving s.p. (1910) at Plymouth; m. 1 Nov. 
1883 Edward B. Lowd, s. of Joseph and Mary (Willoughby), of 
Holderness, farmer, b. at Plymouth 10 May 1831, d. 28 Sept. 1909. 

iv. Louisa, b. 20 Sept. 1843; d. unm. 21 June 1868. 

116. V. John Smith, b. 23 Nov. 1845. 

117. vi. Ransum Dunn, b. 15 July 1S48. 

vii. Henry C, of Holderness, artisan, b. 8 Sept. 1850; d. unm. 5 June 

1899. 
viii. Rodney M., of Holderness, artisan, b. 17 Feb. 1853; d. unm. 30 Apr. 

1879. 

55. Martin Luther^ Huckins (J antes, ^ J antes, ^ J antes, '^ Robert,^ 

Jantes,^ Roberf), of Plymouth, 1862, and of Holderness, 1881, 



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farmer, born at New Hampton 22 Dec. 1820, died 28 July 
1908. He married first, 19 Oct. 1843 (town records), Sarah 
H. Dow, daughter of Peter and Mary Ann^ (Prescott) (Pres- 
cott Memorial, p. 347), who was born at New Hampton 
19 Oct. 1824 and died 11 Feb. 1875; secondly, Nov.U876, 
Mary Mudgett, daughter of Jesse and Ruth (Carr), who 
was born at Holderness and died in 1881; and thirdly, 24 
Oct. 1883 (town records), Jane H. (Tossey) Cad well, 
widow, daughter of Moses and Rachel, who was born at 
Haverhill in 1834. 

Children by first wife, born at Plymouth (Stearns's Ply- 
mouth, vol. 2, p. 360) : 
i. AuRELiA,8 b. 15 Nov. 1845; d. 27 Apr. 1863; m. 26 Oct. 1862 Frank 

True Russell Galley, s. of Nathaniel S. and Louisa L. (Cox), 

of Holderness, farmer, b. at Holderness 26 Nov. 1842, d. 20 Apr. 

1863. 
Only child, b. at Holderness: 

1. Frank True Russell,^ b. 20 Apr. 1863; d. unm. 11 June 1884. 
ii. Fred Peter, of Reading, Mass., plumber, b. 3 Oct. 1864; d. s.p. 

28 Jan. 1901; m. 1 Jan. 1887 Ella B. Hileman, dau. of Benjamin 

F. and Frances E. (Foster), b. at Canterbury 12 Dec. 1867, who m. 

(2) 14 Oct. 1902 Richard H. Nichols and is Uving (1910) at Reading, 

Mass. 

56. Caleb A.^ Huckins (James,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

RoherP-), of Ashland, blacksraith, born at New Hampton 
11 May 1823, died 20 Dec. 1908. He married Lucretia T. 
Ward, daughter of John and Sarah (Young), who was born 
at New Hampton 3 May 1823 and died 3 Mar. 1905. 
Children,* born at Ashland: 
i. Mary Josephine,^ b. 5 Dec. 1845; d. unm. 7 Oct. 1903. 
118, ii. Delos, b. 30 June 1856. 

57. Lyman^ Huckins (Charles,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,'^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Centre Harbor and of Holderness, 1841, farmer, 
manufacturer, born at Centre Harbor 11 June 1816, died 
14 Mar. 1891 (town records). He married in Boston, Mass., 
4 Aug. 1839, Grace Elizabeth Cummings, daughter of Col. 
Jonathan and Ann S. (Brown) (Cummings Genealogy, p. 
190), who was born at New Hampton 3 May 1820 and died 
7 Mar. 1888 (town records). 

Children, all except the first one born at Holderness (family 
Bible in possession, 1910, of Ann E.^ (Huckins) Perkins of 
Bristol) : 
i. Ann E.,* b. at New Hampton 13 Aug. 1840; living (1910); m. 12 
July 1862 David Perkins, s. of David B. and Mehitable (Chandler), 
of Hebron and of Bristol, 1889, carpenter, b. at Hebron 21 Sept. 
1840, Uving (1910). 
Only child, b. at Hebron: 

* He had also an adopted son, Ned G. Huckins of Plymouth, clerk, who was born 
27 July 1874 and married, 2 Feb. 1897, Eva Carr, daughter of Oilman and Cora (Hunt- 
ress), born at Holderness 17 May 1877. 
Children : 
Archie Gilman, b. at Holderness 2 Mar. 1898; d. 9 July 1899. 
Beulah Marston, b. at Ashland 21 Mar. 1901; living (1910). 
Cora Josephine, b. at Plymouth 29 Aug. 1903; living (1910). 



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1. Norman Frost,^ of Wakefield, Mass., carpenter, b. 7 Oct. 1871; 
living (1910); m. 3 Oct. 1894 Jane M. Waldron, dau. of George 
A. and Emmarette E. (Knowlton) and adopted by David M. 
and Mary J. (Hastings) Chase, b. at Grafton 11 Dec. 1868, 
Uving (1910). 
ii. Mary H., b. 22 June 1842; d. 23 Nov. 1842. 

119. iii. Frank J., b. IS July 1843. 

iv. Alba W., b. 19 June 1848; d. 6 Sept. 1867. 

120. v. Fred Brown, b. 25 Sept. 1850. 

58. Warren^ Huckins (Charles,^ James,^ James,'^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Laconia, mason, born at Centre Harbor 21 Oct. 
1818, died 14 July 1885 (town records). He married, 7 Sept. 
1844, LucRETiA Ann^ Moulton, daughter of Christopher' 
and Anna (Sanborn) (Runnells's Sanbornton, vol. 2, p. 529), 
who was born at Sanbornton 11 Sept. 1824 and died at Con- 
cord 21 Mar. 1897. 

Children : 
i. Viola Leah,^ b. at Holderness 30 Dec. 1846; d. at Elizabeth, N. J., 
3 Aug. 1871; m. 9 Jan. 1866 Albert H. Alexander, s. of Daniel 
and Susan (Seaver), of Meredith, railroad employee, soldier in the 
Civil War, b. at Brookhne 4 Mar. 1847, d. at Newark, N. J., 
5 Dec. 1873. 

Only child, b. at Lakeport: 
1. Fred Lovell,^ of Jamaica Plain, Mass., pohce officer, b. 2 Feb. 
1868; adopted by his great-great-uncle, Nehemiah Pulsifer of 
Gilmanton, whose family name he took; Hving (1910); m. 10 
Dec. 1890 his third cousin, Mary Ida Norris, dau. of George 
Hem-y and Martha Ann (Mudgett) and granddaughter of Ben- 
jamin Mudgett (9, u, 7), b. at Lakeport 17 Aug. 1866, living 
(1910). 

121. ii. Charles Clinton, b. at Holderness 16 Apr. 1848. 

122. iii. Andrew Alvino, b. at Centre Harbor 28 Aug. 1853. 

59. Horace'^ Huckins {Charles,^ James,^ James,* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Centre Harbor, farmer, born at Centre Harbor 
31 May 1820, died 12 May 1895 (town records). He married, 
11 Sept. 1846 (i6.), his cousin, Martha G. Plaisted (9, xii, 4), 
daughter of Samuel and Nancy ^ (Huckins), who was born at 
New Hampton 28 Aug. 1825 and died 12 Feb. 1904. 
Children, born at Centre Harbor: 
i. JuLiA,8 b. 13 Aug. 1849; d. 29 Oct. 1888; m. 4 July 1869 'James O. 
Clark, b. of Charles and Harriet A. (Smith), 'of Centre Harbor, 
Ashland, New Hampton, 1875, and again of Ashland, stonemason, 
b. at Holderness 16 July 1847, Uving (1910). 
Childi'en: 

1. Alice E.,9 b. at Centre Harbor 12 May 1872; living (1910); m. 

10 Aug. 1895 George Hilliard, s. of Orrin and Elizabeth Jane 
(Hawkins), of Centre Harbor and of Ashland, stonemason, b. 
at Centre Harbor 12 Jan. 1873, hving (1910). 

2. Eva B., h. at Ashland 6 Apr. 1875; Uving s.p. (1910); m. 20 Dec. 

1896 Frank G. Estes, s. of WiUiam H. and Mary E. (Atkins), 

of Sandwich and of Ashland, plumber, b. at Sandwich 22 Dec. 

1872, Uving (1910). 

ii. Albert M.,' of Centre Harbor and of Ashland, farmer, drover, b. 

11 July 1851; living s.p. (1913); m. (1) 1 Feb. 1874 Ella M. 

Sawyer, dau. of Silas and Charity (Scott), b. at Greensborough, 

Vt., 13 Dec. 1851, d. 13 Aug. 1881; m. (2) 31 Jan. 1885 his second 

cousin, Mary E.^ Huckins (39, i), dan. of Stephen Pitman' and 

Rachel Jane (Hanaford), b. at New Hampton 7 July 1857^ d. 11 



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June 1888; m. (3) at Newton, Mass., 1 Feb. 1890, Lydia Ann 
Brierley, dau. of James H. and Hannah (Holt), b. at North 
Andover, Mass., 15 Oct. 1853, d. 18 Dec. 1899; m. (4) 22 Oct. 1904 
Ida M. (Tuttle) Lyon, dau. of Addison D. and CaroUne (Hoyt) 
and widow of George H., b. at Sahsbury 8 May 1856, d. at Franklin 
7 Sept. 1912; m. (5) 30 Apr. 1913 Alice (Ball) Spooner, dau. of 
Herbert A. and Sophia J. (Clifford) and widow of Edward R., b. 
at Landaff 1882. 

60. Timothy P. Smith^ Huckins (Charles,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert), of New Hampton, farmer, born at Centre 
Harbor 3 Mar. 1826, died 1 Oct. 1897 (town records). He 
married, 30 Nov. 1849, his cousin, Susan M. Plaisted 
(9, xii, 6), daughter of Samuel and Nancy^ (Huckins), who 
was born at New Hampton 11 Feb. 1831 and died 7 Aug. 1903. 
Children, born at New Hampton: 

123. i. Alvah P.,8 b. 19 Jan. 1853. 

ii. Elmira, b. 17 May 1856; d. s.p. 26 Jan. 1876; m. 30 Mar. 1874 
HiMES Jones, s. of Alonzo and Vienna (Clement), of Holderness, 
farmer, b. at Holderness 16 Oct. 1853, d. 12 June 1906. 

124. iii. Rodney H., b. 7 Apr. 1858. 

125. iv. Willis E., b. 30 Nov. 1860. 

V. Estella L., b. 30 May 1862; living (1910); m. at Lake Village, 
3 Dec. 1882, Henry Abner^ Buzzell, s. of Henry H.^ and Mary A. 
(Dodge), of Dorchester, Mass., and Atlantic, Mass., brass worker, 
b. at Gilford 30 May 1862, Uving (1910). 

Children, all except the third and the seventh b. at Lakeport: 

1. Clara,^ b. 14 Apr. 1884; d. 13 June 1913; m. 13 Oct. 1902, as 

his second wife, Wilbur R. Cole, s. of Richard R. and Frances 
L. (Ward), of West Chelmsford, Mass., telegrapher, b. at Stark 
18 Oct. 1879, hving (1910). 

2. Martha Ray, b. 14 Apr. 1886; hving unm. (1910). 

3. Signa A., h. at South Newmarket 27 Oct. 1888; Uving unm. 

(1910). 

4. Percy A., b. 13 Mar. 1892; hving unm. (1910). 

5. Beatrice, b. 2 Sept. 1894; living unm. (1910). 

6. Margaret E., h. 5 Aug. 1899; hving (1910). 

7. Thebna L., h. at Dorchester, Mass., 14 May 1906; hving (1910). 
vi. Martha A., b. 18 Mar. 1866; hving (19^10); m. 11 May 1886 John S. 

Fifield, s. of Freeman and RoxannaJ( Johnston), of Laconia, dray- 
man, b. at East Bolton, P. Q., 22 Aug. 1859, d. 25 Aug. 1912. 
Children: 

1. Ethel Roxanna,^ b. at New Hampton 25 Dec. 1887; m. 13 Sept. 

1910 James Dorsey, s. of Joseph and Hannah (Spellicy), of La- 
conia, carpenter, b. at Rome, N. Y., 4 Sept. 1872. 

2. Charles Henry, of Laconia, mechanic, b. at Ashland 13 July 1890; 

hving (1910); m. 30 Jan. 1909 Alfreda B. Chates, dau. of 
Charles and Ahce (Carr), b. at Underbill, Vt., 29 Aug. 1869, 
hving (1910). 

3. Ralph F., b. at New Hampton 11 May 1897; hving (1910). 

4. Hortense E., b. at Laconia 9 Dec. 1905; Uving (1910). 

126. vii. Victor, b. 17 May 1870. 

61. MosES^ Huckins (Robert,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ James, ^ 

Robert^), of Lee, 1797, farmer, born at Madbury 9 Nov. 1774, 
died 10 Oct. 1810. He married, 2 Feb. 1803 (town records), 
his double cousin, Anna Dame (10, ix, 1), daughter of Hun- 
king^ and Hannah Boody^ (Huckins), q.v. 
Children, born at Lee : 

127. i. RoBERT,8 b. 1804. 

128. ii. Jonathan D., b. 1806. 



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iii. Sarah, b. 31 July 1809; d. at Newmarket 2:8 Mar. 1884; m. 4 July 
1832 (town records) Zebtjlon Davis, s. of Moses and Nancy 
(Norris), of Lee, farmer, soldier in the War of 1812, b. at Lee Oct. 
1798, d. at Alton 28 Nov. 1868. 

Children, b. at Lee: 
i: Rebecca,^ b. 30 May 1834; d. unm. at East Lynn, Mass., 1 

Dec. 1912. 
2.Lavina, b. 11 Oct. 1835; living (1910); m. 16 Sept. 1860 
Benjamin C. Heath, s. of Benjamin M. and Rachel (San- 
born), of Epsom, N. H., and of East Lynn, Mass., shoe- 
maker, b. at Epsom 29 Oct. 1834, Uving (1910). 
3. Emma Jane, b. 31 Mar. 1844; d. unm. 28 Feb. 1903. 

62. Robert' Huckins {Israel,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Rob- 

ert^), of Barrington (Strafford) and of Madbury, farmer, bom 
at Barrington 2 June 1783, died at Strafford 17 Oct. 1832. 
He married, 15 Mar. 1804, Hannah B. Caverlet, daughter 
of Lieut. John and Elizabeth^ (Boody), who was bom at 
Barrington 22 Oct. 1781 and died 7 Mar. 1833. 

Children, born at Barrington (Strafford) : 
i. John C.,^ of Strafford, farmer, b. 29 Mar. 1805; d. unm. 3 Sept. 
1890. 

129. ii. Asa, b. 21 Dec. 1807. 

iii. Jonathan, of Strafford, farmer, b. 28 Sept. 1813; d. unm. at North- 
wood 12 Oct. 1893. 

130. iv. Robert, b. 8 July 1821. 

V. Elizabeth Ltdia, b. 20 May 1829; d. 19 May 1907; m. 7 Oct. 
1855, as his second wife, Samuel Nelson' Towlb, s. of Robey 
M.6 and Abigail (Nelson) (Towle Family, pp. 178-179, 227), of 
Barnstead and of Northwood, shoemaker, member of the Legis- 
lature, b. at Barnstead 15 Apr. 1830, d. 31 Dec. 1882. 
Children,* b. at Northwood: 

1. Albert Wilder,^ b. 15 Nov. 1856; d. 24 Feb. 1857. 

2. Martha Ellen, b. 31 July 1858; d. 24 Feb. 1869. 

3. John Gardner, of Northwood, shoe-manufacturer, b. 17 Jan. 

1860; Uving (1910); m. 1884 Nellie B. Hanson, dau. of Dr. 
Caleb and Emma (Knowles), b. at Northwood 10 Oct. 1863, 
Hving (1910). 

63. Israel' Huckins {Israel,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Rob- 

erf), of Strafford, farmer, born at Barrington 29 Apr. 1791, 
died 11 Mar. 1855. He married first, 13 May 1817 (town 
records), Rhoda Eaton Waldron, daughter of Col. Azariah 
and Deborah (Browni) (Boody Annals, p. 163), who was born 
at Barrington 28 Nov. 1798; secondly, 24 June 1824 (town 
records), Mary Waldron, sister of his deceased wife, who 
was bom at Barrington; and thirdly, 4 June 1827 (t6.), Susanna^ 
Boody, daughter of John* and Susanna (Hayes) (Boody 
Annals, p. 206), who was bom at Strafford 31 Jan. 1811 and 
died 11 Mar. 1855. 

Children by first wife, bom at Strafford : 

131. i. Samuel W.,^ b. 5 Oct. 1817. 

ii. Ruth D., b. 10 May 1819; d. 9 Sept. 1891; m. 21 Jan. 1844 Dudley 
B.^ Carleton, s. of Dudley^ and Sarah (Carter) (Wells's New- 

* She has also an adopted daughter, Alice Lois, born'in Boston 10 June 1871 ; living 
(1910); married 24 Nov. 1892 John F. Bates, son of John F. and Elizabeth (West), oi 
Danvers, Mass., shoe-cutter, born at Marblehead, Mass., 11 Jan. 1873, Uving (1910). 



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bury, p. 494), of Davenport, Iowa, and Newbury, Vt., merchant, 
farmer, b. at Newbury, Vt., 10 June 1820, d. 21 July 1904. 

Children, the first one b. in Boston, Mass., the others at Daven- 
port, Iowa: 

1. Carlotta D.,^ b. 26 June 1845; Uvmg (1910) at Appleton, Wis.; 

m. 2 Jan. 1866 Capt. George Warren^ Huckins (134), s. of 
IsraeP and Susanna^ Boody, q.v. 

2. Frank P., of Des Moines, Iowa, salesman, b. 10 Dec. 1857; 

Uving s.p. (1910); m. 24 Nov. 1880 Jane Hohnes, dau. of 
WiUiam and Lena (Smith), b. at Davenport, Iowa, 14 Feb. 
1860, hvmg (1910). 

S.Harriet P., b. 16 Aug. 1859; hving s.p. (1910); m. 17 Nov. 

1881 Robert C. Willerton, s. of Christopher and Harriet 

(Baldwick), of Rock Island, 111., hotel clerk, b. at Boston, 

Eng., 17 Nov. 1852, hving (1910). 

iii. Deborah B., b. 20 Aug. 1822; d. 11 Feb. 1902; m. 7 Apr. 1847 

George W. K.^ Carleton, s. of Dudley^ and Sarah (Carter), of 

Newbury, Vt., farmer, b. at Newbury, Vt., 15 Oct. 1822, Uving 

(1910). 
Children, b. at Newbury, Vt.: 

1. Luella C.,9 b. 19 Feb. 1850; hving (1910) at Manchester; m. 

24 Dec. 1873 Edward C. Bm-beck, s. of WiUiam H. and 
Sai-ah (Carleton), of Haverhill, teacher, A.B. (Dartmouth, 
1871), b. at Hanover 18 July 1846, d. at Denver, Colo., 27 
Mar. 1897. 

2. Ida May, b. 15 Jan. 1856; hving (1910); m. 7 Apr. 1875 Arthur 

F.^ Johnson, s. of Haynes C and Harriet (WiUard) (Mc- 
Keen's Bradford, p. 302), of Bradford, Vt., farmer, b. at 
Bradford, Vt., 16 Dec. 1849, hvmg (1910). 

3. Caroline Campbell, h. 24 Jan. 1862; living (1910); m, 2 July 

1890 George W. Putnam, s. of Wilham and Lucinda (Flem- 
ing), of Newbm-y, Vt., farmer, b. at West Newbury, Vt., 
22 Jan. 1864, living (1910). 

4. George Warren, of Bradford, Vt., farmer, b. 25 Apr. 1864; 

hving (1910); m. (1) 17 Apr. 1889 Abigail Leet, dau. of Charles 
and Amy (Jewell), b. at Newbury, Vt., 18 Oct. 1870, d. 22 
Nov. 1889; m. (2) 10 Feb. 1892 Ahce M. KimbaU, dau. of 
Hiram and Mary (Chamberlain), b. at Bradford, Vt., 21 
Nov. 1869, d. 11 Nov. 1905; m. (3) 11 Feb. 1907 Emma (Snell- 
ing) Cloud, dau. of George and Lucinda (Thomas) and widow 
of Herbert J., b. at Sheffield, Vt., 2 Feb. 1869, hving (1910). 

Only child by second wife, born at Strafford: 

132. iv. Israel, b. 15 Nov. 1824. 

Children by third wife, born at Strafford: 
V. Hannah B., b. 18 July 1828; d. 26 July 1893 (town records); m. 
4 Nov. 1847 Alonzo Frank Knowlton, s. of Jonathan and 
Lydia (Pahner) (Cogswell's Nottingham, p. 736), of North wood, 
farmer, b. at Northwood 11 Oct. 1830, d. 13 Dec. 1897 (town 
records). 

Only child, b. at Northwood: 
1. Walter F.,^ of Manchester, salesman, b. 3 Feb. 1856; d. s.p. 
9 Feb. 1906; m. at Deerfield 3 Feb. 1877 Mary Adelaide 
Fifield, dau. of Henry L. and Ehzabeth Mary (Harvey), b. 
at Deerfield 10 Sept. 1854, hving (1910) at Manchester. 

133. vi. AzARiAH W. (twm), b. 3 Oct. 1831. 

vii. Zechariah B. (twin), of Northwood, farmer, b. 3 Oct. 1831; d. 

s.p. (?) at Concord 3 Nov. 1899; m. 30 Apr. 1864 Caroline Geeb, 

b. 1842, d. 21 June 1872. 
viii. Ruhama, b. 18 Sept. 1835; d. 31 Aug. 1896; m. May 1869, as his 

second wife, Nehemiah S, Bean, s. of Charles L. and Martha 

(Sleeper), of Manchester, mill-superintendent, b. at Gilmanton 

15 July 1818, d. 20 July 1896. 



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Only child, b, at Manchester: 
1. Norwin Sherwood,^ of Manchester, national-bank examiner, b. 
4 Nov. 1873; hving s.p. (1910); m. 23 Oct. 1901 Elizabeth 
Nichols, dau. of George W. and EUzabeth (David), b. at Am- 
herst 28 Aug. 1874, hving (1910). 

134. ix. George Warren, b. 10 May 1838. 

X. MiNOT, b. 29 Dec. 1842; d. unm. June 1861. 

64. John D.^ Huckins {Andrew,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Madbury, farmer, bom at Madbury 13 May 1793, 
died at Alton 8 Dec. 1873. He married, 19 Oct. 1815, Mary« 
Locke, daughter of SamueP and Lucy (Gate) (Parsons's Rye, 
p. 428), who was bom at Barrington 20 Jan. 1795 and died 
10 Dec. 1871. 
Children, bom at Madbury (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Sylvester B.^ Huckins of Alton) : 
i. Lucy C.,^ b. 3 Mar. 1816; d. at New Durham 27 Jan. 1903; m. 
12 Mar. 1846 Durrell S, Chamberlain, s. of John and Abigail 
(Stevens), of New Durham, farmer, b, at Alton 30 Aug. 1818, 
d. 24 Jan. 1903. 

Children, b. at New Durham: 

1. Henry Edwin,^ of New Durham, farmer, b. 20 Nov. 1848; hving 

(1910); m. at New Durham, 17 Dec. 1873, Sarah M. (Tucker) 
Huckins, dau. of George and Lucinda (Gile) and widow of 
George H.* (65, vii), b. at Penacook 29 June 1851, hving 
(1910). 

2. Clarendon Ira, of Alton, farmer, b. 29 Apr. 1852; hving (1910); 

m. 31 May 1879 Ella Martha« Seward, dau. of George H.^ 
and Emehne (Williams), b. at Lowell, Mass., 29 Jan. 1852, 
hving (1910). 

3. Mary Ella, b. 2 Jan. 1856; hving s.p. (1910); m. 19 Nov. 1889 

Benjamin Frankhn^ Foss, s. of Robert Woodbury' and EUza 

Wedgewood (Jones), of Strafford, carpenter, b. at Strafford 6 

Jan. 1847, living (1910). 

ii. Hannah B., b. 12 Apr. 1818; d. s.p. 19 June 1845; m. 28 July 1841 

Dr. Rupus K. Pearl, s. of Joseph and Ehzabeth (Hayes), of 

Farmington, physician (Register, vol. 1, p. 278), merchant, b. 

at Farmington 6 Feb. 1815, d. 13 June 1864. 

135. iii. Andrew, b. 19 Apr. 1820. 

iv. Mary Esther, b. 20 Oct. 1827; d. 18 Feb. 1908; m. 28 Oct. 1853 
Joseph E. Berry, s. of Joseph Edwin and Mary (Stanton), of 
Alton, farmer, b. at Alton 26 Apr. 1830, hving (1910). 
Children, b. at Alton: 

1. William H.,^ of Alton, blacksmith, b. 12 July 1855; hving (1910) ; 

m. 10 Nov. 1876 Martha A. Garland, dau. of Asa and Ehza- 
beth (Chesley), b. at Barnstead 10 Nov. 1851, hving (1910). 

2. Mary Ella, b. 7 Sept. 1858; d. 7 Sept. 1865. 

136. V. John Ira, b. 15 Jan. 1830. 

65. RoBEET LEvf Huckins {Andrew,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert), of Madbury, farmer, bom at Madbury 19 Aug. 1801, 
died 30 Nov. 1880 (town records). He married, 27 May 
1824 (ib.), Mary Daniels, daughter of Jacob and Mary 
(Blanchard), who was born at Gardiner, Me., 27 June 1804 
and died 14 Sept. 1876 (ib.). 

Children, born at Madbury : 
i. Eliza,8 b. 23 Aug. 1825; d. 10 Sept. 1896; m. (1) Plummer Hen- 
derson, of Barrington, farmer; m. (2) at Barrington, 16 Aug. 
1851, Henry M. Foss. 



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Children by first husband: 

1. A Child,^ d. unnamed. 

2. Andrew P., of Madbury, soldier in the Civil War (11th N. H. 

Vol.), b. 1844; d. unm. 
Childi-en by second husband, b. at Dover: 

3. Frank, d. in infancy. 

4. Annie Augusta, h. Aug. 1856; d. 31 Aug. 1878; m. at Dover, 

abt. 1875, Oscar W. Fales, s. of Jesse and Jane (Webster), of 
Dover, N. H., and of Boston, Mass., leather-cutter, b. at 
Chesterville, Me., 13 July 1848, hving (1910). 

5. Frank Herbert, of Melrose Highlands, Mass., travelling sales- 

man, b. 22 Apr. 1858; hving s.p. (1910); m. 29 July 1880 
Ada E. Hosmer, dau. of 'Franklin and Elizabeth (Stiles), b. 
at Sweden, Me., 3 May 1855, hvmg (1910). 

6. Harriet Eliza, b. Oct. 1862; d. 1879. 

137. ii. John B., b. 9 Oct. 1827. 

iii. Harriet, b. 23 Mar. 1830; d. 17 Feb. 1907; m. at Dover, 1 Jan. 
1850, William J. Sanders, s. of Samuel and EUza (Young), of 
Madbiu-y, farmer, b. at Alexandria 1 Sept. 1827, hving (1910). 
Children, b. at Madbury: 

1. Frank William,^ of Madbury, farmer, b. 7 Nov. 1863; living 

(1910); m. 1 Jan. 1889 Caroline A. Burke, dau. of Samuel and 
Mary (Gilson), b. at Wolfeborough 12 Apr. 1867, hving (1910). 

2. Tda Harriet, b. 21 Sept. 1865; d. 10 Sept. 1867. 

3. Caroline Eva, b. 4 July 1868; d. 16 Apr. 1869. 

4. Charles George, of Madbury, farmer, b. 16 Dec. 1869; hving 

(1910); m. 13 June 1897 Emma E. Hayes, dau. of George and 
Ehza (Drew), b. at Madbury 21 June 1877, hving (1910). 
iv. Ann Augusta, b. 28 Nov. 1835; d. s.p. 1 Apr. 1868; m. at Charles- 
town, Mass., 29 Aug. 1862 (city records), Dr. Samuel C. Whittier, 
s. of John and Hannah (Hanson), of Dover, physician, b. at Dover 
1838, d. at Portsmouth 1 Feb. 1893 (town records). 
. v. Charles Daniel, of Madbury, farmer, blacksmith, b. 24 Jime 
1838; d. s.p.* 14 June 1892 (town records); m. at Dunbarton, 
1866, Anna Tucker, dau. of George and Lucinda (Gile), b. at 
Grafton 1 Apr. 1840, d. at Bristol 19 Jan. 1899 (*.). 

138. vi. Robert Levi, b. 24 Dec. 1840. 

vii. George H., of Madbury, blacksmith, b. 10 Mar. 1847; d. s.p. 
15 Sept. 1871 (town records); m. 10 Dec. 1870 (ib.) Sarah M. 
Tucker, dau. of George and Lucmda (Gile), who m. (2) Henry 
Edwin Chamberlain (64, i, 1), q.v. 

66. Joseph^ Huckins (John,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), 
called "King" because of his influential position in the com- 
munity, of Strafford Ridge, farmer, town officer, born, doubt- 
less at Barrington, 28 July 1789, died 5 Feb. 1840 (tombstone). 
He married first, 2 July 1812 (town records), Hannah B. 
Waldron, daughter of Aaron and Hannah^ (Boody) (Boody 
Annals, p. 165), who was born at Strafford 22 May 1792 and 
died 15 Dec. 1825 (tombstone); and secondly, 18 Mar. 1826 
(town records), Sarah Waldron, daughter of Isaac and Mary 
(Whitcher), who was born at Strafford 1 Dec. 1800 and died 
9 Aug. 1878 (tombstone). 

Children by first wife, born at Strafford : 
i. Martha Ann,^ b. 18 Nov. 1812; d. 7 Mar. 1895 (town records); 
m. 22 Jan. 1834 (ih.) Joshua^ Woodman, s. of Dea. John^ and 
Sarah (Calef) (Runnells's Sanbornton, vol. 2, p. 862), of Straf- 
ford, farmer, b. at Strafford 20 Feb. 1802, d. 7 June 1884 (ib.). 

* He had an adopted son, Bert William, of Penacook, expressman, born at Canter- 
bury 11 June 1890; living unmarried (1910). 



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Cliildren, b. at Strafford: 

1. /o/m,9 b. 10 July 1835; d. 30 July 1835. 

2. Mtjra Jane (twin), b. 28 July 1839; Uving (1910) at Cleve- 

land, Ohio; m. 9 Sept. 1869, as his second wife, Hon. Benning 
Wentworth Jenness, s. of Thomas and Deborah (Sanborn) 
(Cogswell's Nottingham, p. 415), of Strafford, N. H., and of 
Cleveland, Ohio, 1862, postmaster of Strafford, member of 
the Legislature, sheriff and judge of probate of Strafford Co., 
U. S. Senator from New Hampshire, 1845-46, member of the 
Democratic national convention, 1852, b. at Deerfield 14 
July 1806, d. at Cleveland, Ohio, 16 Nov. 1879. 

3. Hannah B. (twin), b. 28 July 1839; d. 26 Apr. 1844. 

4. Lieut. Charles A., of Strafford, farmer, officer in the Civil War 

(13th N. H. Vol.), b. 1 May 1841; d. s.p. 7 June 1884; m. 
Emma Hopkins of Garrettsville, Ohio. 

5. Aaron H., b. 5 Aug. 1843; d. 20 Jan. 1853. ^ 

6. Daniel S., of Strafford, farmer, b. 11 Dec. 1845; living (1910);* 

m. 4 July 1871 Ehza A. Garland, dau. of Joseph and Ohve 
(Buzzell), b. afc Strafford 29 May 1851, living (1910). 

7. Abigail C, h. 7 Apr. 1848; d. 16 Oct. 1854. 

8. Dana J., of Cleveland, Ohio, machinist, b. 18 May 1851; living 

(1910) ;»m. Margaret Cahill, dau. of CorneUus and Cath- 
erine (Meehan), b. 19 May 1856, d. 15 Feb. 1912. 
ii. John, of Strafford, farmer, b. 12 Mar. 1815; d. s.p. 8 Dec. 1889 
(town records); m. 12 Nov. 1840 (ib.) Hannah Abigail Hill, 
dau. of Andrew Neal and Sarah (Leighton), b. at Strafford 24 June 
1818, d. at Cambridge, Mass., 8 Dec. 1892. 

139. iii. Abram^., b. 25 May 1817. 

iv. Hannah L., b. 5 Oct. 1819; d. 10 Mar. 1821, 

v. Aaron W., b. 16 Feb. 1822; d. unm. 19 Jan. 1844. 

vi. Rhoda W., b. 15 Sept. 1824; d. 12 Mar. 1826. 

Children by second wife, born at Strafford: 

140. vii. Daniel W., b. 19 Aug. 1828. 

141. viii. Joseph, b. 28 Dec. 1833.. 

67. Dea. Nathaniel^ Huckins (James,^ John,^ John,'^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Roherf), of Sedgwick, Me., 1812, and of Charleston, 
Me., 1815, farmer, born at Harrington 25 May 1787, died 
5 Sept. 1858. He married, probably at Bangor, Me., in 1812 
(?), Hannah (Bickford) James, widow, daughter of Daniel 
and Mehitable, who was born 28 Aug. 1795 and died 24 May 
1877. 

Children, the first one born at Sedgwick, Me., the others at 
Charleston, Me. (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Helen H.^ 
Foss, daughter of Anna^ (Huckins), of Melrose Highlands, 
"" 3.): 

Daniel Montgomery,* of Bangor, Me., and of Dorchester, Mass., 

U. S. consul at Cape Town, Cape Colony, b. 6 Mar. 1813; d. s.p. 

at Cape Town 21 Feb. 1861; m. at Dorchester, Mass., 27 Oct. 

1840 (town records), Anna Y. Vinson. 

Barzillai, b. 8 Mar. 1816. 

Chester B., of Milo, Me., physician, volunteer surgeon in the Civil 

War, b. 6 Jan. 1820; d. s.p. 16 June 1867. 
Hannah, b. 1 June 1824; d. 24 June 1824. 

Anna, b. 6 Oct. 1828; d. at Mekose, Mass., 6 Feb. 1910; m. at 
Charleston, Me., 5 Nov. 1849, as his second wife, John Everett* 
Foss, s. of Job^ and Abigail^ (Foss), of Charleston, Me., carriage- 
maker, member of the Legislature, b. at Charleston, Me., 5 Jan. 
1820, d. 26 June 1890. 



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Children, b. at Charleston, Me.: 

1. Charles Edwin,^ of Buffalo, N. Y., florist, b. 6 Oct. 1850; hving 

(1910); m. 13 Sept. 1883 Ahce N. Norcross, dau. of Cor- 
nelius Hinckley and Ahnira (Billington), b. at Lowell, Mass., 
22 June 1854, Hving (1910). 

2. Margaret Anna, h. 19 Nov. 1851; Hving (1910); m. 8 Sept. 

1880 AHster Leroy Welt, s. of Richard and EHza (Overlook), 
of Mattapan, Mass., carpenter, b. at Waldo, Me., 11 Oct. 1849, 
living (1910). 

3. Ullian M., b. 12 Sept. 1853; d. 5 May 1857. 

4. William H., b. 31 Dec. 1857; d. 5 May 1858. 

5. Mary A., h. 23 Sept. 1860; d. 18 Feb. 1888. 

6. Arthur Montgomery, of Pauls VaUey, Okla., lawyer, U. S. deputy 

marshal, A.B. (Colby Univ., 1885), b. 22 Apr. 1863; Hving 
(1910); m. Emma Simpson. 

7. Marion L., b. 28 June 1865; Hving unm. (1910) at Mehose, 

Mass. 

8. Helen H., b. 3 July 1869; Hving unm. (1910) at Melrose, Mass. 
vi. Jason, of East Corinth, Me., phvsician, volunteer surgeon in the 

Civil War, b. 17 Jime 1832; d. s.p. 1 Apr. 1886; m. 17 Nov. 1864 
Sakah F. Dennett, dau. of Daniel and Frances K., b. at Milo, 
Me., 24 Apr. 1837, Hving (1910) at East Corinth, Me., who m. (2) 
Henry 4- Whittier. 
vii. Marcelltjs D., of East Corinth, Me., farmer, b. 13 Dec. 1834; d. 
unm. 24 Nov. 1885. 

68. Daniel'' Huckins (James,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,"^ Roh- 

erV-), of Portland, Me., 1808, joiner, was born at Barrington 
about 1789. He married at Westbrook, Me., 21 Dec. 1809 
{Maine Hist, and Gen. Recorder, vol. 4, p. 170), Saeah Higgins, 
who was born at Westbrook, Me., 10 Oct. 1788 and died in 
Boston, Mass., 25 May 1866 (city records). 

Children, born at Portland, Me.: 
i. Adelia M.,« b. 3 Feb. 1812; d. unm. at Medford, Mass., 30 Apr. 

1890 (tovm. records). 
ii. Caroline L., b. 1826; d. s.p. in Boston, Mass., 24 Aug. 1859 (city 
records); m. in Boston, Mass., 23 Aug. 1849 (ib.), Charles H. 
Thwing, formerly Charles H. Thing, s. of Stephen and EHza 
(HaU), of Boston, Mass., merchant, b. at Ossipee, 11 Aug. 1823, 
d. 9 Mar. 1881, who m. (2) Josephine P. (ib.). 

69. Rev. James'' Huckins {James,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Reading, Mass., 1832, Andover, Mass., 1833, 
Calais, Me., 1835, Galveston, Tex., 1840, Charleston, S. C, 
I860, Baptist clergyman, agent in Texas of the Baptist Home 
Mission Society, A.B. (Brown University, 1832), born, prob- 
ably at Barrington (or Dorchester), 8 Apr. 1807, died at 
Charleston, S. C., 6 Aug. 1863. He married at Providence, 
R. I., 18 Sept. 1832, Rhoda C. Baeton, daughter of John and 
Hannah (West), who was born at East Windsor, Conn., 
11 Mar. 1808 and died at Galveston, Tex., 1 July 1875. 

Children: 
i. Caroline B.,^ b. at Andover, Mass., 25 Nov. 1833; d. unm. at 

Galveston, Tex., 11 Jan, 1875. 
ii. Emeline B., b. at Calais, Me., 10 Feb. 1836; d. 24 Mar. 1838. 
ui. Sarah Allen, b. at Providence, R. I., 22 Aug. 1838; Hviag (1910); 
m. at Providence, R. I., 17 Sept. 1867, Waters Smith Davis, s. 
of WiUiam G. and Mary Ann (Charmer), of Galveston, Tex., 



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merchant, secretary and treasurer (Gulf, Colo. & S. F. R. R.), b. at 
St. Augustine, Fla., 13 Nov. 1829, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Galveston, Tex.: 

1. TVaters Smith," of Galveston, Tex., rice miller and broker (Sea- 

board Rice MilUng Co.), b. 12 Nov. 1868; hvmg (1910); m. 
19 Oct. 1898 Daisy League, dau. of Charles and NeUie (Ball), 
b. at Galveston, Tex., 10 Feb. 1876, living (1910). 

2. Mary Huckins, h. 7 May 1870; hving imm. (1910) at Galveston, 

Tex. 
Z.Emeline Coit, h. 29 Dec. 1871; hving (1910); m. at Jack- 
sonviUe, Fla., 10 Mar. 1902, Juhan Caverly Gonzales, s. of 
Thomas and Edith (Boyer), of Galveston, Tex., merchant, 
b. at Galveston, Tex., 6 June 1869, hving (1910). 
4. Sarah Ball, b. 29 Apr. 1876; living (1910); m. at Galveston, 
Tex., 5 Mar. 1898, Harry Hawley, s. of John Henry and Sarah 
(Brown), of Galveston, Tex., custom-house broker, b. at La- 
grange, Ky., 21 Oct. 1874, hving (1910). 
iv. Mary Eliza, b. at Galveston, Tex., 14 Mar. 1845; d. s.p. 14 Jime 
1866; m. 28 Apr. 1866 Fenno D. Ball, s. of Albert and Susan 
Mary (Depew), of Galveston, Tex., banker, b. at Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., 13 Sept. 1842, d. in New York City 10 June 1896. 

70. Samuel Brewster^ Huckins (Samuel,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Robert^), of Canterbury, N. H., and of Pilot Grove, 
111., about 1839, farmer, born at New Hampton 25 Oct. 1797 
(town records), died 3 Feb. 1840. He married at Canter- 
bury, 13 May 1819 (ib.), Mary Brown, daughter of Eliphalet 
and his first wife, Abiah, who was born in Vermont 20 June 
1797 and died 5 May 1855. 
Children, born probably at Bridgewater: 
i. Miriam S.,^ b. 8 Dec. 1825; d. 1 Dec. 1898; m. 5 Nov. 1845 James H. 
PiTTAM, 3. of Edward and Elizabeth, of Pilot Grove, 111., farmer, 
b. at Silverstone, co. Notts, Eng., 22 Mar. 1821, d. 25 Mar. 1885. 
Children, b. at Pilot Grove, 111.: 

1. Mary E.," b. 13 Aug. 1846; d. 11 Jan. 1883; m. 10 Nov. 1870 

Philander Thompson of Webster City, Ih., farmer, b. at Web- 
ster City, lU., d. 15 Mar. 1893. 

2. Abiah M., b. 11 Nov. 1848; hvmg (1910); m. 20 Nov. 1878 

Edward Sears, s. of Heman and Ahnira (Lincoln), of Bum- 
side, lU., farmer, b. at Pilot Grove, 111., 22 Apr. 1850, hving 
(1910). 

3. Cecilia R., b. 10 Feb. 1852; hving (1910) at DaUas City, 111.;^ 

m. 16 Sept. 1869 Frederick Brown, s. of Frederick and Han- 
nah (Williams), of Dallas City, 111., farmer, b. in Berhn, Prussia, 
15 Mar. 1835, d. at Roscoe, S. Dak., 18 June 1910. 

4. Samuel E., of Burnside, 111., farmer, b. 5 Sept. 1854; hving 

s.p. (1910); m. 17 Apr. 1901 EUen Garl, dau. of Wilham and 
EUzabeth (McKay), b, at Pilot Grove, 111., 5 Feb. 1854, hvmg 
(1910). 

5. Clementine D., h. 11 Dec. 1858; d. s.p. 29 Mar. 1909; m. 16 

Oct. 1894 Adam Frederick Lookabaugh, s. of Adam and Ehza- 
beth (Hiefner), of Laharpe, 111., blacksmith, b. 17 Dec. 1868, 
living (1910). 

6. OrvUle A., of Burnside, 111., farmer, b. 15 Sept. 1862; hving 

(1910); m. 20 Jan. 1892 Adehne Lamb, dau. of Samuel and 

Sarah (Baker), b. at Pontoosuc, lU., 8 Sept. 1865, living (1910). 

ii. Abiah, b. 6 Jan. 1828; d. 23 Aug. 1854; m. 6 Feb. 1846 Joseph 

Kelly, s. of George and Ehzabeth, of Nauvoo, 111., wheelwright, 

b. in Butler Co., Ohio, 4 Feb. 1806, d. 11 Aug. 1886. 

Children : 
1. Lydia," b, in Pottawattamie Co., Iowa, 20 Nov. 1846; d. 6 Apr. 
1848. 



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2. Oscar, b. at Council Bluffs, Iowa, 31 Mar. 1849; d. unm. in 

Arizona (Idlled by Indians) 30 Aug. 1868. 

3. Virgil, of Deseret, Utah, farmer, contractor, b. at Salt Lake 

City, Utah, 10 Oct. 1851; Uving (1910); m. 10 Oct. 1872 
Amanda S. Barron, dau. of Alexander F. and Mary (Miller), 
b. in Harris Co., Tex., 2 Dec. 1851, Hving (1910). 
iii. Chestina (twin), b. 9 Feb. 1834; d. 27 Aug. 1882; m. John Rae of 
Nauvoo, 111. 

Children, b. at Nauvoo, lU. : 
1. Alice D.,^ living (1910); m. Charles Boyles of Niota, 111., farmer. 
2 Grant, of Carthage, lU., farmer, living (1910). 
iv. RosiNA (twin), b. 9 Feb. 1834; d. 4 Mar. 1846. 
V. Ikena G., b. 17 June 1838; d. 19 Apr. 1870; m. 1 Jan. 1860 Alanson 
Walters, s. of John and Jane (Taylor), of RushviUe, ID., farmer, 
b. at Bath, N. Y., 12 Mar. 1836, Uving (1910) .♦ 
Children : 

1. Oto,9 b. at Pilot Grove, 111., 11 Feb. 1863; living (1910) at 

Sterling, Kans.J^m. 1 Jan. 1882 Henry Clare, s. of Frederick 
and Eleanor (PoweU), of Sterling, Kans., farmer, b. at 
L'Orignal, Ont., 16 Dec. 1852, d. 1 Nov. 1906. 

2. Colonel Ellsworth, of Skedee, Okla., auctioneer, b. at Adrian, 

111., 21 Aug. 1866; living (1910); m. 21 Aug. 1891 Lola May 
Barkley, dau. of William and Mary J. (Dawson), b. at Rens- 
selaer, Ind., 21 May 1870, living (1910). 

7L John' Huckins (Samuel,^ John,^ John,* Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), 
of Bridgewater, N. H., 1823, and of Burnside, 111., 1837, 
farmer, cabinetmaker, born at New Hampton 19 Dec. 1799 
(town records), died at Pilot Grove Corners, 111., 29 Aug. 1881. 
He married, 15 Nov. 1822 (ib.), Nancy Beown, daughter of 
Eliphalet and his second wife, Anna (Thompson), who was 
born in Vermont 31 May 1805 and died at Carthage, 111., 
14 Sept. 1883. 

Children, born at Bridgewater (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Charles Oscar Coleman, son of Nancy M.^ (Huckins), 
of Lacrosse, 111.) : 
143. i. Eliphalet Brown,^ b. 17 Oct. 1823. 

ii. Matilda Jane, b. 1 Jan. 1826; d. s.p. 28 Mar. 1888; m. 1874 
Chauncey Hatch, sm-viving husband of her sister Ajiice Jean- 
nette (71, vi), q.v. 
iii. Nancy Maria, b. 18 Aug. 1827; d. 15 Jan. 1902; m. 1853 Charles 
B. Coleman, s. of Jolm C. and Letitia (Irving) (Culley), of Pilot 
Grove, 111., and of Laharpe, lU., farmer, b. at ZanesviUe, Ohio, 
7 June 1828, d. at Lacrosse, 111., 23 May 1904. 

Children, the first six b. at Pilot Grove, 111., the last at Laharpe, 
lU.: 

1. Olive Ann,^ b. 25 Nov. 1853; living (1914) at Carthage, 111.; m. 

19 Oct. 1881 John M. Dorothy, son of Gipson and Rachel 
(Wright), of Lacrosse, lU., farmer, b. at Foxmtain Green, lU., 
26 Apr. 1854, now deceased. 

2. Adelaide Jane, b. 4 Mar. 1856; d. unm. 10 Aug. 1878. 

3. Charles Oscar, of Lacrosse, 111., fai-mer, b. 28 Jan. 1858; living 

(1910); m. 25 Mar. 1885 Eva Luella Wright, dau. of Thomas 
G. and Adeline (Fordham), b. at Webster City, 111., 23 July 
1862, living (1910). 

4. Eliza Ellen, b. 17 Apr. 1861; d. 25 July 1882;*m. WiUiam A. 

AUen of Galesburg, lU., railroad employee, Uving (1910). 

5. Edwin Grant, of Lemmon, S. Dak., lawyer, register of U. S. 

Land Office, b. 6 Mar. 1867; hving s.p. (1910); m. 12 June 
1902 Lucy M. Vance, dau. of Nathan and Maria H. (Ben- 
jamin), b. at Money Creek, Minn., 22 Dec. 1866, living 
(1910;. 



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6. Mary Luella, b. 23 Mar. 1869; d. unm. 28 Oct. 1907. 
Abigail Anne, b. 9 Jan. 1829; d. at Blondinsville, 111., 5 Apr. 1873; 
m. 4 Mar. 1860 Lewis Coleman, s. of John C. and Letitia (Irving) 
(CuUey), of Burnside, 111., and of Granger, Mo., farmer, b. at 
Zanesville, Oliio, 25 Oct. 1830, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Burnside, lU. : 

1. Frances,^ b. 17 Jan. 1861; Uving (1910); m. 14 Sept. 1880 

George Wilson, s. of Samuel and Margaret (Dickson), of 
Chance, S. Dak., farmer, b. at Laharpe, 111., 3 May 1856, 
living (1910). 

2. A Daughter, h. and d. 5 Feb. 1863. 

3. William S., of Lacrosse, 111., and of Granger, Mo., 1909, farmer, 

b. 6 June 1866; Uving (1910); m. 10 Mar. 1892 Emma 
Aldrich, dau. of George and Mary (Goodale), b. at Fountain 
Green, 111., IS Apr. 1868, living (1910). 

4. Olive Ann, b. 14 Sept. 1867; hving unm. (1910) at Granger, Mo. 

5. A Son, b. and d. 29 Apr. 1870. 

Eliza Emery, b. 3 Oct. 1830; d. at Flandreau, S. Dak., 17 Oct. 
1882; m. 8 May 1851 Asahel Deloss Roberts, s. of Abijah 
and Lucy Ann (Andrews), of Lacrosse, 111., 1844, Featherstone, 
Minn., 1856, Pleasant Mounds, Minn., 1874, Flandreau, S. Dak., 
1880, farmer, b. at Jamestown, N. Y., 27 Apr. 1829, d. 22 Aug. 
1885. 

Children, the first three b. at Lacrosse, lU., the next four at 
Featherstone, Minn., the last at Pleasant Mounds, Minn.: 

1. Stephen Decatur,^ of Winnebago, Minn., veterinary surgeon, b. 

22 Mar. 1852; Uving (1910); m. 30 Oct. 1878 Martha E. 
HiU, dau. of Samuel M. and EUza C. (Russell), b. at North 
Fryeburg, Me., 15 Apr. 1856, Uving (1910). 

2. John Emery, of North Yakima, Wash., farmer, b. 16 Apr. 

1854; Uving (1910); m. 9 Jan. 1879 Louisa Babcock, dau. of 
Ira and Mary M. (OUver), b. at Holden, Minn., 16 Feb. 
1859, Uving (1910). 

3. Louisa May, b. 9 Dec. 1855; d. 6 Apr. 1900; m. 20 Nov. 1879 

Frank M. Babcock, s. of Ira and Luthena (Chilson), of North 
Yakima, Wash., farmer, b. at Memphis, Mich., 29 May 1855, 
Uving (1910). 

4. Asahel Deloss, of Flandreau, S. Dak., farmer, b. 15 Apr. 1862; 

. d. 1 Oct. 1906; m. 1 May 1890 Anna Chi-istenson, dau. of Peter 
and CaUsta (Kellogg), b. at Grand Rapids, Wis., 14 Dec. 1872, 
Uving (1910). 

5. Rose Belle, h. 14 Sept. 1863; d. 3 Jan. 1914; m. 5 Jan. 1890 Paul 

Heintz, s. of Peter and Margaret (Thill), of Flandreau, S. 
Dak., farmer, b. at St. VendaU, Mmn., 15 Oct. 1859, Uving 
(1910). 

6. Ritchford A., b. 5 Feb. 1868; d. Feb. 1870. 

7. Lulu Jane, b. 2 Aug. 1869; Uving (1910); m. .18 Jan. 1894 

WilUam RamsdeU, s. of WilUam and Mary (Nixon), of Flan- 
dreau, S. Dak., farmer, b. at Osage, Iowa, 25 Dec. 1863, Uving 
(1910). 

8. Eliza June, b. 20 June 1876; Uving (1910); m. 2 Jan. 1897 Carl 

Burrows, s. of Milton and Laura (Pease), of Oilman, Mont., 
farmer, b. at NashviUe, Minn., 21 Sept. 1865, Uving (1910). 
Anice Jeannette, b. 9 Feb. 1833; d. 1 Nov. 1868; m. (1) at Pilot 
Grove, lU., 13 Jan. 1856, Noah F. Lyon, s. of John and Mary 
(Smith), of Stone Frame, lU., farmer, soldier in the Civil War, b. 
in West Vu-ginia, d. at Chattanooga, Tenn.; m. (2) 1867 Chaun- 
CEY Hatch, of Burnside, 111., farmer, b. at Chelsea, Vt., 22 Jan. 
1816, d. at Bm-nside, ID., 30 July 1887, who m. in 1874 Matilda 
Jane Huckins (71, ii), q.v., sister of his deceased wife. 

Children by first husband, b. at Pilot Gyove, lU. : 
1. Mary Eliza,^ b. 4 Jime 1858; Uving s.p.^ (1910) at Case, Colo.; 
m. 27 Dec. 1877 Joel Boen Holcomb, s. of Stephen and Mis- 
souri (Boen), of Vinton, Iowa, farmer, soldier in the Civil 
War, b. at Vinton, Iowa, 2 Dec. 1837, d. 2 Oct. 1900. 



2. Effie Estella, b. 23 Feb. 1861; Uving (1910); m. 26 Apr. 1881 

Louis Middleton Gudgell, s. of Andrew and Margaret ( ) 

(Miller), of Cheyenne Wells, Colo., real estate agent, b. at 
Hull, 111., 17 Nov. 1857, Uving (1910). 

3. Nancy Clarissa, b. 27 Aug. 1862; living (1910); m. 23 Feb. 1886 

Charles Thomas Hill, s. of Sion and Mary (Holt), of Union- 
town, Kans., and of Cherry, Colo., farmer, b. at Greenville, 
111., 12 Oct. 1858, Uving (1910). 

4. Noah Frank Bray, b. 30 Oct. 1864; d. 15 Sept. 1866. 
Only child by second husband : 

5. A Child, h. at Burnside, lU., 29 Oct. 1868; d. 3 Nov. 1868. 

72. Jacob^ Huckins {Samuel,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,'' Rob- 
ert^), of Bridgewater, N. H., and of Pilot Grove, 111., about 
186(), farmer, teacher, soldier in the Civil War, born at New 
Hampton 6 Oct. 1805 (town records), died 15 June 1889. He 
married at Bridgewater, 10 June 1825 (ib.), Mariam Smith, 
daughter of Benjamin, who was born at Bridgewater 5 Aug. 
1802 (ib.) and died Aug. 1890. 

Children, born at Bridgewater (family Bible in possession, 
1910, of Edith Rinehart, adopted daughter of Mary A.^ 
(Huckins) Spencer of Coin, Iowa) : 
i. HuLDAH S.,s b. 31 Aug. 1827 (town records); d. 19 Feb. 1894; m. 
at LoweU, Mass., 27 July 1847 (city records), Ethan N. Miner, s. 
of Rufus and Electa (Skeele), of Peacham, Vt., farmer, b. at 
Peacham, Vt., 15 Jan. 1822, d. 10 Dec. 1894. 
Children, b. at Peacham, Vt. : 

1. Loren F.,* of St. Johnsbury, Vt., scales-manufacturer, b. 9 

Jime 1848; Uving (1910);;m. 25 Apr. 1870 Lydia Ann Smith, 
dau. of Thomas and Lydia H. (Knight), b. at Greens- 
borough, Vt., 8 Sept. 1848, Uving (1910). 

2. Sarah M., h. 19 Feb. 1850; d. 30 Mar. 1869. 

d. Abigail E., b. 15 June 1851; Uvmg (1910); m. 29 Apr. 1869 
George M.* Douse, s. of Lewis L. and Catherine (Mason) 
(Dows Family, p. 263), of Peacham, Vt., farmer, b. at Water- 
ford, Vt., 15 Oct. 1843, Uving (1910). 

4. Ethan A. (twin), of Roxbury, Mass., engineer, b. 10 Feb. 1854; 

Uvmg (1910); m. 6 Sept. 1880 Mary F. WaUace, dau. of 
Charles B. and Inez J. (PoweU), b. at Concord 12 Mar. 1858, 
d. 3 June 1910. 

5. Nathan L. (twin), of Gardner, 111., and of Beiseker, Alta., 1912, 

telegrapher, b. 10 Feb. 1854; Uving (1914); m. 1 May 1881 
Minnie M. Burson, dau. of Robert and Rhoda A. (Walker), 
b. at Vermont, lU., 1 May 1862, d. 28 July 1911. 

6. Cedora ^., b. 7 Dec. 1856; d. 26 Jan. 1863. 

7. Ulla E., b. 3 Feb. 1859; d. 29 Jan. 1863. 

8. Ellen P. (twin), b. 5 Aug. 1861; d. in infancy. 

9. Emily G. (twin), b. 5 Aug. 1861; d. 7 Feb. 1863. 

10. Lucian W., of Hutchinson, Kans., travelUng salesman, b. 12 Nov. 

1863; Uving s.73."<1910); m. 16 Apr. 1909 Martha Esther (Rob- 
inson) Legrand, dau. of John S. and Nancy Ellen (Ajken) 
and widow of Orlando, b. at Ainsworth, Iowa, 15 Mar. 1880, 
Uving (1910). 

11. Dr. Hazen H. (twm), of Partridge, Kans., and of Wataga, lU., 

physician, M.D. (Harvey Medical CoU., 1897), b. 19 Feb. 
1867; Uving (1910); m. 25 Sept. 1899 Margaret Hancock, 
dau. of Charles and Mary (Edwards), b. at Clyde, 111., 7 
Nov. 1873, Uving (1910). 

12. Helen H. (twin), b. 19 Feb. 1867; living (1910); m. 26 Aug. 

1891 Ashley J. Goss, s. of Albert and Jane (Northrup), of 
West Danville, Vt., merchant, b. at Peacham, Vt., 4 Aug. 
1866, Uving (1910). 



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ii. Julia E., b. 14 June 1829 (town records); m. Edward D. Blake, 
s. of Eliphalet and Sarah (Danforth), of Alexandria, farmer, b. at 
Alexandria, d. at Woodsville. 

Only child, b. at Alexandria: 
1. Luke (?.,« of Orange, farmer, b. 1862; d. 20 July 1010; m. 
7 Aug. 1889 Clara Dell Flanders, dau. of Frederick L. and 
Laura A. (Brock), b. at Bristol 9 Mar. 1868 (ib.) ; d. 14 Dec. 
1909. 
iii. Abigail J., b. 14 Dee. 1832 (town records); d. at Dallas City, 111., 
30 June 1880; m. at Ludlow, Vt., 17 Aug. 1859, Daniel W. 
MuDGE, s. of Presby and Adeline (Sinclair), of Dallas City, 111., 
and of Burlington, 111., farmer, b. at Mount Holly, Vt., 7' Sept. 
1836, living (1910). 
Children : 

1. Mary {Minnie) I.,^ b. at College Springs, Iowa, 20 Mar. 1870; 

living (1910); m. 29 May 1895 Marve Starkey, s. of David 
and Nancy (Vaughan), of Dallas City, III, and of Burling- 
ton, 111., carpenter, b. at Niota, 111., 18 June 1864, hving (1910). 

2. Osceola Warren, of Burlington, Iowa, carriage-painter, b. at Pilot 

Grove, III., 26 Apr. 1873; living (1910); m. 6 June 1900 OUve 
(Ollie) Dicey, dau. of James L. and Martha J. (Montgomery), 
b. at Abington, Va., 11 Mar. 1874, living (1910). 
tv. Lazman W., b. 14 Mar. 1835; d. in infancy. 
V. Elizabeth A., b. 5 Oct. 1837; d. in infancy. 
vi. Mary Ann, b. 26 June 1838; d. s.p.* 24 Aug. 1904; m. John Greene 

Spencer, farmer, b. in Ilhnois, d. at Coin, Iowa, 
vii. Abram H., b. 16 Dec. 1841; d. unm. 
viii. Charles A., b. 3 June 1843; d. in infancy. 

ix. Jacob Orlando, soldier in the Civil War, b. 11 Sept. 1845; d. unm. 
28 May 1863. 

73. Dr. David Thompson'^ Huckins (Samuel,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ 
James, '^ Robert^), of Sandwich, N. H., and of Watertown, Mass., 
1850, physician, surgeon's mate in 34th N. H. MiUtia (Mus- 
grove's Bristol, vol. 1, p. 193), M.D. (Dartmouth, 1872), born 
at New Hampton 23 Feb. 1819, died at Watertown, Mass., 
21 July 1894. He married at Sandwich, 17 Aug. 1843, Sarah 
F. White, daughter of Dr. Charles and Sarah (French), who 
was born at Sandwich 19 May 1824 and died 9 Feb. 1898. 

Children, the first two born at Sandwich Centre, N. H., the 
others at Watertown, Mass. (family Bible in possession, 1910, 
of Edgar W.^ Huckins of Edgartown, Mass.) : 
i. Clarence,^ b. 18 Apr. 1845; d. 13 Sept. 1845. 
ii. Laura, b. 30 Dec. 1846; hving (1910); m. at Watertown, Mass., 
27 Sept. 1866, Rev. Luther Tracy Townsend, s. of Luther K. 
and Mary T. (Call), of Brookhne, Mass., soldier in the Civil War 
(16th N. H. Vol.), Methodist Episcopal clergyman, author, for 
many years a professor at Boston University, A.B. (Dartmouth, 
1859), A.M. (Wesleyan, 1866), D.D. (Dartmouth, 1871), b. at 
Orono, Me., 23 Sept. 1836, hving (1910). 
Children, b. at Watertown, Mass. : 

1. Agnes Rich,^ b. 10 July 1869; d. 23 Feb. 1880. 

2. Helen Maud, b. 15 July 1874; hving (1910); m. 23 Oct. 1894 

Clifford S. Cobb, s. of Roscoe and Emily C. (Williams), of 
Waltham, Mass., merchant, b. in Boston 25 Feb. 1867, hving 
(1910). 

3. Frances Fletcher, b. 29 June 1880; d. at Baltimore, Md., 11 

Nov. 1895. 
iii. Frances C, b. 24 Feb. 1850; d. 15 Mar. 1854. 
iv. Marion Josephine, b. 5 Sept. 1852; living (1910) at Roxbury, 

* She had an adopted daughter, Edith, who married Rinehart of Coin, Iowa. 

Ppth were living in 1910. 



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Mass.; m. 22 July 1874: Phineas Bates, son of Phineas and Han- 
nah (Lane), of Cohasset, Mass., secretary, b. at Cohasset, Mass., 
31 Oct. 1851, d. at Watertown, Mass., 15 July 1896. 
Children, b. at Watertown, Mass.: 

1. Claude Huckins,^ of Boston, clerk to the School Board, b. 6 

Sept. 1876; living unm. (1910). 

2. Madeleine White, b. 2 Dec. 1879; living s.p. (1910); m. 3 July 

1906 Percy B. Dakyn, s. of Frazer and Maria (Farwell), of 
Roxbury, Mass., artist, b. at Digby, N. S., 30 May 1874, 
living (1910). 

144. V. Edgar W., b. 1 Julv 1855. 

vi. Ralph, b. 12 Oct. 1857; d. 15 Jan. 1859. 

vii. Harry, b. 19 Jan. 1861; living unm. (1910) at Sandwich. 

viii. Guy, b. 10 Aug. 1864; d. 12 Apr. 1866. 

ix. Carl Webb, b. 30 Oct. 1869; d. 26 Max. 1871. 

74. Jonathan Crawford^ Huckins {Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Robert^), of Stanstead, P. Q., 1827, Osceola, 111., 1857, 
farmer, born at Bridgewater 15 Jan. 1802, died 20 Jan. 1862. 
He married at Stanstead, P. Q., about 1824, Abigail Aldrich, 

who married secondly Hollins and died 1 Mar. L880. 

Children, born at Stanstead, P. Q. : 

145. i. JoHN,8 b. 3 Oct. 1825. 

146. ii. George, b. 10 Apr. 1827. 

147. iii. Michael, b. 17 Mar. 1829. 

iv. Clarissa A., b. 9 May 1831 ; d. 12 July 1901; m. at Lowell, Mass., 
11 July 1852 (city records), Lemtjel Winchester^ Sargent, s. 
of Amos^ and Anna (Cheney) (Sargent Record, p. 143), of 
Lowell, Mass., and of Chicago, mason, b. at Barnet, Vt., 8 Apr. 
1830, d. May 1903. 
Children : 

1. Milton Blanchard,^ of Evanston, 111., carpenter, b. 11 July 

1857; living (1910); m. (1) 1875 Theresa Powers, dau. of 

and Bridget, b. in Chicago; m. (2) Augusta Lutz, 

living (1910). 

2. Ada A., b. 18 May 1860; Uving (1910) in Chicago; m. (1) 

23 Nov. 1879 Arthur Thomas Cooper, s. of Thomas and 

Emma Louise, of Chicago, mason, b. in London, Eng., 1 

Mar. 1852, d. 3 July 1894; m. (2) 9 May 1905 WiUiam 

Real, s. of Patrick, of Keokuk, Iowa, shipping clerk, b. 

at Keokuk, Iowa, 14 Oct. 1860, d. 18 Jan. 1913. 

V. Frances Lucy, b. 19 May 1833; d. s.p. 8 May 1906; m. abt. 1857 

Charles E. Stone, s. of Jonas and Achsah F. (Gould), of 

Neponset, 111., farmer, b. at Westborough, Mass., 14 Jan. 1829 

(town records), d. 18 June 1899. 

148. vi. Alonzo B., b. 29 Sept. 1838. 

vii. Lovina Alice, b. 29 May 1842; living (1910) in Chicago; m. 
(1) 11 July 1857 John Orvis^ Spalding, s. of John L.' and 
Rhoda (Jewett) (Spalding Memorial, p. 696), of Neponset, 111., 
1858, farmer, b. at Plainfield, N. H., 28 Mar. 1830, d. at 
Holyoke, Colo., Jan. 1870; m. (2) 7 Feb. 1882 Reuben Wal- 
lace, s. of Leonard and Sarah (Wright), of Neponset, 111., 
farmer, b. in Verm^ont 23 Feb. 1843, d. s.p. 6 Apr. 1907. 
Children by first husband, b. at Neponset, 111.: 

1. Nettie S.,9 b. 26 Apr. 1859; living (1910); m. 28 Aug. 1879 

WiUiam B. Clacher, s. of John and Catherine (McKay), of 
Chicago, machinist, b. at Liverpool, Eng., 14 Dec. 1850, 
Uving (1910). 

2. Cora B., h. 26 July 1861; d. 17 June 1904; m. (1) 19 May 

1882 Charles Lindsay, s. of Charles and Louisa (Robinson), 
of Chicago, printer, b, in Chicago 1859, d. 8 Nov. 1894; 



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m. (2) 1902 Clark of Chicago, b. in Chicago, living 

(1910). 

149. viii. James, b. 18 Oct. 1843. 

ix. Hannah M., b. 17 May 1845; living (1910) at Neponset, 111.; m. 
George H. Stone of Neponset, 111., farmer. 

150. X. OzRO Christopher Columbus, b. 22 June 1847. 

75. Ebenezer^ Huckins (Ehenezer,^ John,^ John,* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Stanstead, P. Q., and of Grafton, Mass., 1840, 
contractor and builder, born at Bridgewater 8 Jan. 1807, died 
3 Mar. 1895. He married, 23 Feb. 1836, Susan E. Sherman, 
daughter of Aaron and Tamar (Adams), who was bom at 
Westborough, Mass., 2 June 1810 and died 23 Aug. 1886. 

Children, the first one born at Stanstead, P. Q., the others 
at Grafton, Mass. : 

151. i. Aaron Sherman,* b. 5 Feb. 1840. 

152. ii. Francis E., b. 28 Nov. 1842. 

iii. Henry H., b. 7 Sept. 1846; d. 29 Mar. 1851. 
iv. George A., b. 23 Dec. 1849; d. 13 Apr. 1851. 

153. V. George Henry, b. 7 Nov. 1855. 

76. George^ Huckins (Ebenezer,^ John,^ John* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert), of Morrill's Mills (Boynton), P. Q., farmer, born at 
Bridgewater 27 June 1809, died 23 Nov. 1880. He married, 
in 1849, Harriet Dustin, daughter of Jonathan and Char- 
lotte (Clark), who was born at Brown Hill, P. Q., 12 Mar. 
1815 and died 9 Apr. 1893. 

He cleared a farm at Morrill's Mills (Boynton), P. Q., on 
which his daughter, Jane^ (Huckins) Merrill, was living in 
1910. 

Children, born at Morrill's Mills: 
L Charlotte,^ b. 19 Nov. 1850; living (1910) at Cassville, P. Q.; 
m. 19 Nov. 1871 Alonzo Lyford, s. of Nathaniel and Susan 
(Rogers), of Stanstead, P. Q., farmer, b. at Cassville, P. Q., 19 
Nov. 1841, d. 8 May 1895. 
Children, b. at Cassville, P. Q.: 

1. Susan,^ b. 15 June 1873; living s.p. (1910); m. 30 Oct. 

• 1901 Eugene Clifford, s. of Henry and Elvira (Towle), of 
Newport, Vt, builder, b. at Way's Mills, P. Q., 24 June 
1877, hving (1910). 

2. Arthur Elgar, of Cassville, P. Q., farmer, b. 22 Dec. 1874; 

living unm. (1910). 

3. Annie May, b. 24 Aug. 1876; living unm. (1910). 

4. George Nathaniel, of Worcester, Mass., painter, b. 21 Mar. 

1878; living unm. (1910). 

5. William Luther, of Strassburg, Sask., barber, b. 22 Aug. 1879; 

living unm. (1910). 

6. Maud Alice, b. 20 Mar. 1881; living unm. (1910). 

7. Guy Alonzo, of Haverhill, Mass., chauffeur, b. 21 Aug. 1883; 

living unm. (1910). 

8. Ned Everett, of Newport, Vt., railroad employee, b. 14 June 

1887; hving (1912); m. 16 Apr. 1912 Grace Standish, dau. 
of Herbert and Florence (Bacon), b. at Way's Mills, P. Q., 
21 June 1886, living (1912). 

9. Ralph Earl, b. 19 June 1891; living (1910). 
ii. George, b. 13 Dec. 1852; d. unm. 1 May 1878. 

iii, Albie N., of Lowell, Mass., 1882, Bovuton, P. Q., 1910, mechanic, 
b. 4 Apr. 1856; d. s.p. at Montreal, P. Q., 15 Mar. 1913; m. 



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6 Mar. 1881 Janette Irish, dau. of Alanson and Mary Anis 
(Force), b. at Stanstead, P. Q., 20 May 1863, living (1913) at 
Boynfon, P. Q. 
iv. Thankie, b. 9 Jan. 1857; d. 19 Mar. 1886; m. 21 Jan. 1882 Simon 
Albion AVhitten, s. of Albert and Elmina (Hayford), of Lake- 
port, mechanic, b. at Tamworth 11 Nov. 1855, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Lake Village: 

1. George A.,^ b. 24 Dec. 1882; d. 5 Mar. 1884. 

2. Ralph E., b. 24 June 1884; d. 25 Mar. 1885. 

V. Jane, b. 8 Feb. 1859; hving (1910); m. 25 June 1884 Charles 
Merrill, s. of Charles and Deborah (Bagley), of Bovnton, P. Q., 
farmer, b. at Stanstead, P. Q., 13 Feb. 1862, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Boynton, P. Q.: 

1. Harriet Bradbury,^ b. 13 Dec. 1886; living unm. (1910). 

2. Olin Lee, of Boynton, P. Q., railroad employee, b, 7 Feb. 

1888; living unm. (1910). 

77. Hiel'' Huckins {Ehenezer,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,'^ James,^ Robert^), 

of Libby's Mills, P. Q., bom at Bridgewater about 1812, died 
about 1880. He married Jane Bagley, daughter of Johii;, 
who was born at Canaan. 

This family is said to have moved to the West after 1880. 

Children, born at Libby's Mills, P. Q. (statement of Martha? 
(Huckins) Bryant (78, i) of Derby, Vt.): 
i. Mary,8 b. 1840; m. David Taylor. 
ii. Joseph. 
iii. David. 

iv. Lydia, m. Collins Taylor. 
V. Robert. 
vi. Henry, b. 1852. 
vii. Adeline. 

78. MosES^ Huckins (Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Morrill's Mills (Boynton), P. Q., 1834, Neponset, 
111., 1858_, carpenter, soldier in the Civil War, born at Bridge- 
water 6 July 1814, died at Griswold, Iowa, 20 Aug. 1890. He 
married first, 9 Sept. 1835, Tamar Heath, daughter of Isaac 
and Rhoda (Aldrich), who was born at Stanstead, P. Q., 9 
Oct. 1818 and died 10 Mar. 1853; and secondly, at Derby, 
Vt., 12 June 1853, Mary Heath, sister of his deceased wife,, 
who was born at Stanstead, P. Q., 12 Oct. 1832 and died at 
Griswold, Iowa, 17 Jan. 1913. 

Children by first wafe, born at Morrill's Mills, P. Q.: 
i. Martha,8 b. 28 Oct. 1838; living (1910) at Derby, Vt.; m. (1) 2 
June 1862 Edward Tracey, s. of Thomas and Jane (Bagley)y 
of Nashua, mechanic, b. at Stanstead, P. Q., 8 Sept. 1834, d. 
at LoweU, Mass., 3 June 1866; m. (2) 4 Feb. 1^75 Henry Bryant, 
s. of John and Patience (Hill), of Barnston, P. Q., farmer, b. afe 
Meredith 29 June 1847, d. 27 Feb. 1903. 
Only child by first husband: 

1. James Edward,^ of Wheelwright, Mass., paper maker, b. at 

Nashua 8 Apr. 1864; living (1910); m. 19 Mar. 1884 Lucy 
Herbert, dau. of James and Lucinda (Pierce), b. at Barns- 
ton, P. Q., 13 Apr. 1866, living (1910). 
Children by second husband, b. at Barnston, P. Q. : 

2. Exujene, of Barnston, P. Q., travelling salesman, b. 20' Nov. 

1876; Hving s.p. (1910): m. 25 Dec. 1906 Ida Belle Eemick, 
dau. of Cassius and Elizabeth (Wheeler), b. at Barnston, 
P. Q., 29 Jan. 1882, Uving (1910). 



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3. Arthur, of Derby, Vt., carpenter, b. 21 Nov. 1878; living 
s.p. (1910); m. 24 Sept. 1899 Harriet Simpson, dau. of 
Paton and Adeline (Ford), b. at Sheffield, Vt., 10 Jan. 1874, 
living (1910). 
ii. Rhoda a., b. 2 Sept. 1840; living (1910) at Lowell, Mass.; m. at 
LoweU, Mass., 12 Jan. 18G1, as his second wife, John Eaton, s. 
of Elisha and Abigail (Locke), of Lowell, Mass., artisan, b. at 
Richford, P. Q*., 17 Aug. 1823, d. 12 May 1897. 
Children: 

1. Flora B.,9 b. at Graniteville, Mass., 4 Nov. 1861; living 

(1910) at Hingham, Mass.; m. 15 June 1878 Charles W. 
Blood, s. of Charles and Melvina (Gilson), of Groton, Mass., 
and of Concord, N. H., tinsmith, b. at Groton, Mass., 26 
Aug. 1855, Hving (1910). 

2. Herbert L., of North Billerica, Mass., engineer, b. at Fitz- 

wilUam 26 Aug. 1867; Uving (1910); m. at Bellows Falls, 

Vt., 10 Oct. 1888, Lotta J. Johnson, dau. of Joseph and 

Lucretia (Patten), b. at Westport, N. Y., 2 Apr. 1869, 

Uving (1910). 

iii. Emeline, b. 31 July 1843; d. at Neponset, 111., 1863; m. Parker 

Harsh of Neponset, 111., farmer, soldier in the Civil War, killed 

in battle 1863. 

Only child: 
1. Jane,^ h. at Neponset, 111., Dec. 1859; d. unm. 
iv. Maria R., b. 22 Oct. 1847; d. at Goffstown 10 Dec. 1905; m. 
(1) Joshua Hill of Barnston, P. Q., farmer; m. (2) Francis R. 
,Bean, s. of Reuben and Sarah (Hodgdon), of Holland, Vt., 
'and of Goffstown, N. H., farmer, b. at Barnston, P. Q., 20 July 
1846, d. 2 Jan. 1912. 
Only child by first husband: 

1. Frank,^ of Manchester, b. at Barnston, P. Q. 
Child by second husband: 

2. Nellie, h. 1875; living s.p. (1910) at Goffstown, N. H.; m. 

Darrah (?). 

V. AbiCxAIl Crawford, b. 10 Apr. 1850; d. 22 Apr. 1911; m. at 
Peoria, 111., 11 Jan. 1869, Henry J. Zimmer, b. of Henry and 
Amelia (Trautwein), of Chicago, painter, b. at Pekin, lU., 30 
Dec. 1845, living (1912). 
Children : 

1. William H.,^ of Chicago, 111., electrician, b. at Pekin, 111., 

3 Jan. 1870; hving (1910); m. 14 Sept. 1892 Angeline 
Scliraw, dau. of Hubert and Angehne (Humphner), b. at 
Green Bay, Wis., 14 Jan. 1870, Uving (1910). 

2. Hurry R., of Los Angeles, Cal., mining engineer, b. at Nepon- 

set, lU., 20 Mar. 1877; Uving (1910); m. 22 Nov. 1905 

Smith, dau. of Henderson C. and Laura C. (AlU- 

8on), b. at Perintown, Ohio, 9 Jan. 1877, living (1910). 
154. vi. Moses, b. 20 June 1851. 

vii. Melvina Augusta, b. 25 Feb. 1853; Uving (1910); m. 24 Feb. 
1883 Frederick Dunn, s. of WiUiam and Mary Ann (Walker), 
of Brown Hill, near Stanstead, P. Q., farmer, b. in London, Eng., 
17 Nov. 1857, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Brown Hill, P. Q.: 

1. Annie Melvina,^ b. 8 June, 1885; Uving s.p. (1910); m. 4 

May 1905 Charles Waid, s. of Philander and Mary Jane 
(Carpenter), of Stanstead, P. Q., farmer, b. at Boynton, 
P. Q., 1 Feb. 1884, Uving (1910). 

2. Eva Belle, b. 20 July 1888; Uving (1910) ; m. 5 Mar. 1909 

Joseph Henry McWilliams, s. of- James and Anne (Coveuy), 
of Sherbrooke, P. Q., and of Boston, clerk, b. at Tingwick, 
P. Q., 18 June 18(VJ, Uving (1910). 

3. Jane Pearl, b. 27 Mar. 1889; livin- unm. (1910). 

4. Frederic William, of Brown Hill, P. Q., farmer, b. 15 Dec. 

189.S; living riOlO). 

5. Alice Victoria, h. 22 Oct. 1896; Uving (1910). 



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Children by second wife, the first one ^ born at Morrill's 
Mills, P. Q., the others at Neponset, 111. : 

155. viii. John Rollins, b. 10 May 1854. 

156. ix. Charles White, b. 13 Aug. 1856. 

X. Y\^iNONA Larsen, b. '8 Seot. 1859; d. unm. 2 June 1889. 

157. xi. Eugene Addi, b. 13 Apr. 1861. 

xii. Ernest Glendower, of Griswold, Iowa, contractor, b. 8 Feb. 
1863; living s.p. (1910); m. 27 Dec. 1892 Elizabeth Quick, 
dau. of Jasper and Jane (Howard), b. at Dayton, Ohio, 27 Feb. 
1867, living (1910). 

158. xiii. Sherman Albert, b. 8 Dec. 1865. 
xiv. Loretta Zella, b. 1867; d. in infancy. 

XV. Zella Loretta, b. Sept. 1868; living (1910); m. Meddley 

of Paxico, Kans., farmer, living (1910). 
xvi. Henry Nathaniel, b. 14 Apr. 1870; d. at Blue Springs, Nebr., 

1887. 
xvii. Claude Duval, of Griswold, Iowa, teacher, b. 19 Mar. 1873; 

Uving s.p. (1910); m. Alma Sifford, living (1910). 

79. William' Huckins (Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Morrill's Mills (Bojoiton), P. Q., farmer, born at 
Bridgewater 8 July 1815, died 16 Feb. 1887. He married, at 
Stanstead, P. Q., 1840 (?), Judith E. Heath, daughter of 
Isaac and Rhoda (Aldrich), who was born at Morrill's Mills, 
P. Q., 5 Sept. 1822 and died 26 Feb. 1902. 

Children, born at Libby's Mills, P. Q. : 
i, Sarah Lestina,^ b. 1 May 1847; living (1910); m. 25 Oct. 1869 
Thomas W. Edwards, s. of Thomas H. and Esther Ann 
(Watson), of Cambridge, Vt., and Compton, Cal., 1891, real 
estate agent, city recorder, justice of the peace, b. at Cam- 
bridge, Vt., 17 Dec. 1846, living (1910). 
Children: 

1. Mertie E.,^ h. at Boynton, P. Q., 21 Aug. 1871; Uving (1910) ; 

m. 7 Mar. 1895 James O. Waite, s. of Seymour and Ruth 
(Osgood), of Compton, Cal., carpenter, b. at De Soto, 
Wis., 20 July 1864, living (1910). 

2. Lillian E., b. at Boj-nton, P. Q., 24 Mar. 1874; d. 5 Feb. 

1902; m. 5 Nov. 1898 Edward N. James, s. of Edward, of 
Compton, Cal., farmer, b. in Minnesota, living (1910). 

3. Wright W., of Compton, Cal., carpenter, b. at Stanstead 

Junction, P. Q., 9 Aug. 1878; living (1910); m. 3 Mar. 
1904 Harriet Mercer, dau. of Wilbur F. and Emma F. 
(Reese), b. in Baltimore, Md., 1 June 1878, Uving (1910). 

4. Leona M., b. at Compton, Cal., 27 Apr. 1891; Uving unm. 

(1910). 

159. ii. William Wallace, b. 27 Mar. 1853. 

Seven other children, all of whom died in infancy. 

80. Nathan C.'^ Huckins {Joseph,^ Isaac,^ Robert* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert), of Groton, Hebron, and Canterbury, 1848, farmer, 
born at Pittsfield 10 Aug. 1800 (town records), died 9 July 
1869. He married, 19 Mar. 1823 (*.), Sarah Whidden, 
daughter of Nathaniel and Jane (Moore), who was born at 
Canterbury 30 Mar. 1803 and died at Tilton 31 July 1895. 

Children, born at Groton: 
i. Sylvester W.,» b. 4 Oct. 1823; d. 4 Jan. 1834. 
ii. Chkne^' N., of S.mbornton, farmer, carpenter, b. 27 Nov. 1826; 
d. s.p. 20 Feb. 1905; m. 3 Jan. 1871 Eliza A. (Coombs) Plumer, 



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widow, dau. of Rev. Stephen and Lucretia (Isham), b. at Centre- 
ville, Mass., 22 Oct. 1824, d. at Tilton 2 Apr. 1909. 

iii. A CHILD (twin), d. in infancy. 

iv. A CHILD (twin), d. in infancy. 

V. Margaret A., b. 17 Jan. 1836; living s.p. (1910) at Tilton; m. 
24 Aug. 1869 .JosiAH Piper, s. of Capt. Elisha and Mary (Plumer) 
(Runnells's Sanbornton, vol. 2, p. 576), of Meredith and Tilton, 
farmer, b, at Meredith 27 Dec. 1803, d. 16 Oct. 1883. 

81. Joseph' Huckins {Joseph,^ Isaac,^ Robert* Robert,^ James,^ 
Robert^), of Bridgewater, farmer,' born at Pittsfield 31 Oct. 
1813, died 11 Apr. 1877. He married, 12 Jan. 1838, Almira^ 
Prescott, daughter of Joseph"* and Lydia (Worthen) (Mus- 
grove's Bristol, vol. 2, p. 345; Prescott Memorial, p. 257), 
who was born at Bridgewater 5 May 1810 (town records) and 
died 15 July 1900. 

Children, born at Bridgewater: 
i. Almira Ann,8 b. 5 July 1837; d. at Lynn, Mass., 6 Jan. 1915; m. 
(1) at Plymouth, 20 Mar. 1861, Rockwood G. Merrill, s. of 
David and Clarissa (Wyatt), of Plymouth, musician (U. S. 
Army), soldier in the Civil War (15th N. H. Vol.), b. at Plym- 
outh 20 Nov. 1840, d. 25 Aug. 1863; m. (2) 2 Jan. 1867 WaEtbr 
D. Blaisdell, s. of Nathan and Lois (Percival), of Plymouth, 
postmaster (1861-1887), b. at Campton 28 June 1826, d. at 
Billerica, Mass., 21 May 1908. 
Children by second husband, b. at Plymouth: 

1. Eva M.,^ h. 19 Sept. 1867; living (1910); m. 29 Oct. 1890 

James Frank Dubois, s. of Charles B. and Mary Ellen 
(Connor), of Ljmn, Mass., electrician, b. at Peacham, Vt., 
10 Mar. 1866, living (1910). 

2. Annie Pearl, b. 3 Aug. 1876; living s.p. (1910); m. 19 Oct. 

1895 Walter S. Lee, s. of Joseph and Jane (Kimball), of 
Plymouth, electrician, b. in Boston, Mass., 20 Sept. 1866, 
living (1910). 
ii. Abigail W., b. 6 Aug. 1841; d. unm. 23 Feb. 1908. 
iii. Ellen M., b. 15 May 1847; living (1910); m. 3 June 1870 David 
B. Clement, s. of David B. and Mary (RoUins), of Bridgewater, 
farmer, b. at Bridgewater 20 May 1842, hving (1910). 
Children, b. at Bridgewater: 

1. Walter D.,^ h. 3 Sept. 1871; d. unm. 12 June 1893, 

2. Josephine H., h. 20 Feb. 1874; Uving (1910); m. 1 Oct. 1891 

Sherman S. Fletcher, s. of George F. and Armina J. (Cur- 
rier), of Bridgev/ater, farmer, b. at Bridgewater 17 Oct. 
1866, Uving (1910). 

3. Harry B., of Bristol, farmer, b. 18 June 1875; living (1910); 

m. 28 Oct. 1908 Lena Nissen, dau. of Henry and Doro- 
thea (Hammel), b. in New York City 26 Aug. 1873, Uving 
(1910). 

4. Myra E., h. 7 May 1877; living (1910); m. 20 Jan. 1905 John 

W. Hussey, s. of Clark and Martha (Jacobs), of Plymouth, 
farmer, b. at West Campton 18 May 1845, Uving (1910). 

5. Mary H., b. 6 Dec. 1878; d. 18 Feb. 1879. 

6. A son, b. and d. 3 Mar. 1880. 

7. Rose, b. 9 June 1881; Uving (1910); m. 24 Dec. 1902 Willis 

E. Martin, s. of George W. and Eva M. (Bacon), of Plv- 
mouth, farmer, b. at Plymouth 2 Oct. 1880, Uving (1910). 

8. Mary E., teacher, b. 22 Sept. 1883; living unm. (1910). 

9. A son, b. 10 Feb. 1885; d. 11 Feb. 1885. 

10. Lura Grace, b. 13 Feb. 1886; living (1915) ; m. 26 July 1911 
Harold A. Sayward, s. of Albert A. and Flora V. (Yeaton), 
of Manchester, clerk, b. at Portsmouth 31 July 1887, living 
(1915). 



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11. Violet May, b. 15 May 1889; d. 27 Feb. 1897. 

12. Francis W., of Bridgewater, farmer, b. 5 Jan. 1891; living 

unm. (1910). 
iv. Josephine, b. 6 July 1854; d. 5 Oct. 1870. 

82. Isaac'' Huckins {Joseph,^ Isaac,^ Robert,^ Robert,'^ James,"^ Roh' 

ert^), of Plymouth, 1841, carpenter, born at Bridgewater 24 
Feb. 1817, died 6 Feb. 1902. He married, 15 Mar. 1842, 
Martha Glover, daughter of Seth and Jemima (Batchelder), 
who was born at Plymouth 18 Mar. 1817 and died 3 Apr. 
1903. 

Children, born at Plymouth (Stearns's Plymouth, vol. 2, 
pp. 358-359) : 

160. i. Isaac S.,^ b. 22 May 1844. 

ii. Jemima G., b. 17 Sept. 1845; Uving s.p. (1910); m. 23 Jan. 1871 
George B. Cleasbt, s. of Ezra and Mary M. (Weeks), of 
HoUis, Qierchant, b. at Warren 29 Oct. 1844, Uving (1910). 

161. iii. Joseph P.^+). 16 Jan. 1849. 

iv. Lucy Ann, b. 11 Nov. 1852; Uving (1912); m. 29 June 1911, 
as his third wife, her fourth cousin, Fred Brown* Huckins 
(120), s. of Lj'man' (57) and Grace EUzabeth (Cummings), 
q.v. 

83. Samuel^ Huckins {Samuel,^ Isaac,^ Robert,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Roberf), of Loudon, farmer, born at Canterbury 27 Apr. 
1808, died 5 Dec. 1883. He married, 24 Apr. 1844 (town 
records), Louisa Pollard, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth 
(Sherburne), who was born at Hudson 22 Jan. 1818 and died 
1 Dec. 1883. 
Only child: 
i. Georgianna,' b, at Loudon 31 July 1846; living (1910) at Loudon: 

m. at Concord, 9 July 1868, John F. Ordway, s. of Abiel and 

Louisa (French), of Worcester, Mass., carpenter, b. at Loudon 

16 Feb. 1843, d. 10 Dec. 1906. 
Children, the first one b. at Worcester, Mass., the others at 

Loudon : 

1. Delia P.,' b. 5 Sept. 1873; d. 5 Oct. 1873. 

2. Effie L., b. 20 Jan. 1876; living (1910) : m. 23 Dec. 1895 Charles 

H. Gate, s. of Charles and Sarah (Batchelder), of Loudon, 
carpenter, b. at Loudon 23 Aug. 1863, Uving (1910). 

3. Lillian M., b. 25 May 1877; d. 3 Aug. 1877. 

4. Cora F., b. 17 May 1879; living (1910); m. 1 Jan. 1903 

WiUiam H. CorUss, s. of George and EUzabeth (Brown), 
of FaverhiU, Mass., and of Pittsfield, N. H., shoe cutter, 
b. at HaverhiU, N. H., 3 Sept. 1878, Uving (1910). 

84. Miles'" Huckins (Svnon,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ James,^ 
RoberV-), of North Effingham (Freedom), farmer, cooper, born 
at Lee 11 Jan. 1795, died 29 Oct. 1866. He married first 
Mehitable Oilman, who died 28 Aug. 1830; and secondly, 
2 Feb. 1832 (town records), Elizabeth"* Runnells, daughter 
of SamueP and Olive (Farnham) (Runnells Family, p. 148), 
who was born at Acton, Me., 20 June 1792 and died 10 Apr. 
1877. 

Children by first wife, born at North Effingham (Freedom) : 

i. Ann Gilman,^ b. 8 Mar. 1823; d. 9 Apr. 1900; m. (1) at Lowell. 

Mass., 7 Aug. 1842 (city records), David S. Giles, s. of David 

and Sarah (Allen), of Eaton, farmer, carpenter, b. at Brookfield 



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18 Mar. 1820, d. ; m. (2) at Freedom, 1880, as his second 

wife, Asa' Rollins, s. of Elisha® and Abigail (Taylor) (Rawlins- 
Rollins Family, p. 176), of Chatham, farmer, b. at Ossipee 8 Oct. 
1811, d. 15 Apr. 1895. 

Children by first husband, the fu'st one b. at LoweU, Mass., the 
others at Eaton: 

1. Emma,^ b. 8 Oct. 1843; living (1910) at South Wolfeborough; 

m. (1) 9 Aug. 1880 Ai Berry, s. of Zebedee and Abigail (Mer- 
rill), of South Wolfeborough, farmer, b. at Freedom 1 May 
1822, d. 9 May 1892; m. (2) 15 Sept. 1898 Charles Rhines, s. 
of Henry and Mary H. (Babb), of New Dm-ham, farmer, b. at 
Alton 8 Oct. 1830, living (1910)'. 

2. John, of Freedom, N. H., and of Carmi, 111., soldier, farmer, 

b. Jan. 1848; d. s.p. 1898; m. Martha F. , Uving (?) 

(1910). 

3. Frank C, of Salem, Mass., carpenter, b. 7 Apr. 1851; living 

(1910); m. 8 Nov. 1874 Josephine Mills, dau. of Joseph Lar- 
kin and Hannah A. (Butters), b. at Freedom 24 Nov. 1856, 
living (1910). 

4. Frances, h. 25 June 1853; d. s.p. 21 Nov. 1899; m. in Bos- 

ton, Mass., 29 June 1897 (city records), Joseph L. Daven- 
port, s. of Charles F. and Louisa (Stone), of Boston, musi- 
cian, b. in Boston Feb. 1844, d. 13 Jan. 1900 {ib.). 

162. ii. Simon, b. 8 Aug. 1824. 

163. iii. Miles Randall, b. 27 May 1827. 

164. iv. Joseph, b. 13 Apr. 1829. 

85. Thomas'' Huckins {Simon,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Roberf), of Freedom, farmer, born at Lee 27 Apr. 1797, dis- 
appeared about 1830. He married Dearborn. 

Children, born at Freedom: 
i. IsRAELjS said to have died in infancy. 
ii. John. 

86. Daniel^ Huckins (Svmon,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Bangor, Me., and of Freedom, N. H., farmer, born 
at Lee 28 Feb. 1801, died in Jan. 1871. He married, 18 Aug. 
1821 (town records), Eunice Gale, daughter of Daniel and 

(McCarthy), who was born at Sanbornton 29 July 

1797 and died in 1871. 

Children, born at Freedom: 
i. Clark,^ d. unm. at Lowell, Mass. 

165. ii. Israel Randall, b. 1822. 

iii. IvELSET, of Freedom, farmer, b. 1829 (?); d. unm. 13 July 1859 
(town records). 

iv. Lois, d. imm. 

V. Caroline G., b. 17 Dec. 1838; d. 29 May 1869 (tombstone); m. 
25 Nov. 1853 BioN E. Harmon, s. of Phineas and Ruth (Hopkins), 
of Freedom, mechanic, soldier in the Civil War (9th N. H. Vol.), 
b. at Freedom 2 Nov. 1833, who m. (2) Mary Frances Stanley and 
was living (1910). 

Children, the first one b. at Danvers, Mass., the others at Free- 
dom: 

1. Dr. Melvin Alphonso,^ of Ossipee, 1872, Lynn, Mass., 1892, and 

Freedom, 1909, physician, M.D. (Bowdoin, 1879), b. 27 Oct. 
1854, living (1913); m. 4 Oct. 1882 his fifth cousin, Nellie 
Towle, dau. of Rensselaer and Carohne (Oilman) and grand- 
daughter of Joshua Oilman (14, vi, 1), b. at Freedom 26 July 
1860, d. 3 Nov. 1912. 

2. John E., of Bennington, mechanic, b. 17 Oct. 1859; living 

(1910); m. (1) 6 Apr. 1883 Mary Wilson, dau. of William 



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and Mary (Wilson), b. at Bennington 9 June 1866, d. 19 
Mar. 1895; m. (2) at Marlow, 10 Feb. 1899, Grace L. Trask, 
dau. of Charles H. and Ethel N. (Hart), b. at Lyndeborough 
11 Mar. 1883, d. 11 Sept. 1905. 

3. Annie Etta, h. 4 Mar. 1862; living (1910); m. 27 Dec. 1880 

her second cousin, George Frank* Huckins (16-1, i), s. of 
Joseph* and Nancy (Gushing), q.v. 

4. Amanda Orctia, b. Jan. 1865; d. 24 Oct. 1868. 

5. A daughter, b. and d. 4 May 1869. 
vi. Mary, d. unm. 

vii. LrvERNA, d. unm. 

87. Rev. Thomas''^ Huckins (Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Portsmouth, 1812, London, Ont., 1823, 
Lexington, Mich., 1836, Baptist clergyman, soldier in the 
War of 1812, privateersman, bom at Lee in 1795 (?), died 
29 May 1853. He married first, his first cousin, Mary^ Ran- 
dall (13, ii, 7), daughter of Thomas^ and Mary^ (Huckins), 
q.v.; and secondly, in 1848, Pharozina Williams, widow. 

Children by first wife, born at London, Ont. : 
i, Sarah,8 b. 17 Dec. 1819; d. 10 May 1857; m. (1) Israel Case 

of Lexington, Mich., Free Will Baptist clergyman ; m. (2) 6 Dec. 

1849 John Card of Lexington, Mich., farmer, b. at Belfast, Ire., 

26 Dec. 1818. 

Children by second husband, b. at Lexington, Mich. : 

1. George,^ b. 28 June 1852; d. 20 Aug. 1852. 

2. Sarah J., h. 22 Sept. 1853; living (1910); m. 26 Feb. 1875 

Dr. Albert F. Randall, s. of Joseph and Delia (Whitcher), 
of Port Huron, Mich., physician, b. at Bolton, P. Q., 11 Dec. 
1848, living (1910). 

166. ii. Israel, b. 11 July 1822. 

iii. Julia, d. s.p. ; m. Augustus De "Witt. 

iv. Marilla, d. at Hillsdale, Mich., Mar. 1865; m. Hiram Pierce, s. 

of Oliver and Grace Estelle (Clark), of Hillsdale, Mich., merchant, 

b. at London, Ont., 1829, d. Mar. 1891. 
Children, b. at London, Ont. : 

1. Luella P.,9 b. 21 Feb. 1859; Uving (1910); m. Ellis T. Hart- 

ley, s. of Aaron and Eliza (Lyons), of Lincoln, Nebr., super- 
intendent of schools, b. at BeUefontaiae, Ohio, 7 Jxme 1848, 
a. 7 Oct. 1914. 

2. Charles, h. 10 Nov. 1862; last heard of in Wyoming in 1884. 

3. Ernest M., of Bisbee, N. Dak., dentist, b. 15 Jan. 1865; living (?) 

(1910); m. 8 Apr. 1891 Edith M. Inslee, dau. of Edward and 
Lodemia (Walker), b. at Port Huron, Mich., 3 June 1869, 
living (1910) at Grand Forks, N. Dak. 

V. Melinda, d. 1872; m. (1) Higgins (?); m. (2) Dec. 1870 

John Clark of Lexington, Mich., who d. 30 July 1875. 

Only child, by second husband: 
1. May,^ h. at Lexington, Mich., 5 Jan. 1872; living unm. (1910) 
at Detroit, Mich. 

88. Abijah^ Huckins {Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert), of London, Ont., 1822, Oneida, Mich., 1837, Eaton 
Rapids, Mich., 1848, farmer, born at Lee 5 Aug. 1796, died 
2 Oct. 1861 (tombstone). He married, at London, Ont., 
Sarah (Young) Willey, widow of Charles W., who was born 
29 Dec. 1799 and died 25 Sept. 1857 (tombstone). 

Children, the first five born at London, Ont., the others at 
Oneida, Mich.: 

167. i. Thoma8,8 b. 1822. 



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168. ii. DA^^D, b. 13 May 1829. 

iii. Mary, b. 19 Feb. 1832; d. June 1865; m. Bedent B. Munroe of 
Birmingham, Mich., farmer. 

Only child: 
1. Ella,^ h. 1857; d. 31 Dec. 1858. 
iv. Eliza, b. 11 Aug. 1834; d. 3 July 1867; m. Dennis Ford of Eaton 
Rapids, Mich., soldier, b. in New York State 21 Sept. 1821, d. 8 
Dec. 1884. 
Children, b. at Eaton Rapids, Mich. : 

1. Mark D.,^ of Eaton Rapids, Mich., farmer, b. 23 May 1853; 

Hving (1910); m. Julia Wood. 

2. Elvena, h. 1861; d. 8 May 1862. 

V. Martha A., b. 12 July 1837; living (1910) at Schuyler, Nebr.; m. 
(1) 4 May 1856 George N. Smith, s. of Richard and EUzabeth 
Ann, of Eaton Rapids, Mich., shoemaker, b. in Ohio 1832, d. at 
Sturgis, Iowa, 9 Aug. 1868; m. (2) at Sturgis, Iowa, 22 Aug. 1870, 
Harmon N. Eld hedge, s. of Adoniram and Anne (Blakeley), of 
Sturgis, Iowa, commercial traveller, b. at Norfolk, Conn., 31 Oct. 
1825, d. at Panora, Iowa, 9 Dec. 1883; m. (3) at O'Neil, Nebr., 11 
Sept. 1897, Rev. William O. Glasner of Stuart, Nebr., Methodist 
clergyman, b. in New Jersey 6 Feb. 1833, d. at Schuyler, Nebr., 15 
Sept. 1908. 

Children by first husband, b. at Eaton Rapids, Mich. : 

1. Truman M.,« of Chicago, clerk, b. 16 Feb. 1857; living (1910); 

m. in Chicago, 12 Mar. 1893, Annie Hall, dau. of Thomas, 
b. at Bristol, Eng., 5 Feb. 1874, Uving (1910). 

2. Agnes E., h. 5 Aug. 1860; living (1910); m. 2 Nov. 1876 Edwin 

Mattison, a. of Daniel H. and Lucy A. (South worth), of Lin- 
wood, Nebr., railroad employee, b. 14 Jan. 1856, living (1910). 
Only child by second husband: 

3. Belle, b. at Sturgis, Iowa, 31 Jan. 1872; d. 24 Aug. 1903; m. 

at O'Neil, Nebr., 2 Mar. 1897, Charles N. Bigelow, s. of Dana 

and Sarah, of Stuart, Nebr., innkeeper, 
vi. Maria, b. 1838; d. 3 Dec. 1839. 
vii. Almira W., b. 1840; d. 6 Dec. 1847. 

89. MiLES^ HucKiNS (Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas* Robert,^ James,* 
Robert^), of London, Ont., 1820, Port Huron, Mich., 1835, 
Lexington, Mich., 1840, farmer, soldier in the War of 1812, 
born at Lee in 1798, died 25 July 1878. He married, 7 June 
1820 (pension record), his first cousin, Sarah'' Huckins 
(29, iv), daughter of Simon^ and Lois (Randall), q-v. 

Children, the first three born at London, Ont., the others 
at Port Huron, Mich. : 

169. i. Daniel,* b. 6 May 1822. 

ii. Mary, b. 1827; d. 13 Mar. 1853; m. 1851 Elijah Castor of 
Lexington, Mich., who d. in 1852. 

Only child : 
1. Amos,^ of Flint, Mich., 1889, farmer, b. at Lexington, Mich., 
3 Mar. 1853; living (1910); m. 15 Apr. 1874 Margaret Roche, 
dau. of Michael and Frances (O'Leary), b. at Lapierre, Mich., 
25 Jan. 1854, living (1910). 

170. iii. JosiAH, b. 4 July 1834. 

iv. Marion, b. 1839; d. 10 Oct. 1878; m. 19 Apr. 1854 Rensselaer 
DeGeer of Lexington, Mich., living (1910). 
Children: 

1. Herbert,^h. 26 Dec. 1855; d. unm. 1876. 

2. Nora, b. 9 May 1866; living (1910); m. 19 Oct. 1893 George 

Denio, s. of George and Margaret (Hunt), of Detroit, Mich., 
raikoad employee, b. 23 Mar. 1868, living (1910). 



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V. Osgood, d. at Lexington, Mich., aged 18. 

vi. Lois, b. 1842; d. s.p. 25 Nov. 1908; m. James Boyle of Sarnia, 
Ont., farmer. 

90. NoAH^ HucKiNS {Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Tho77ias,^ Robert,^ J antes, ^ 
Roherf), of Whitby, Ont., 1824, farmer, born at Ossipee in 
1800, died in Sept. 1872. He married at Rouse's Point, N. Y., 
in 1822, Mary^ Burroughs, daughter of Joseph^ (Ehjah,^ 
Ehjah^) and Sarah (Marshall), who was born at Gorham in 
1800 and died in June 1864. 

Children, born at Oshawa, Whitby Township, Ont. : 

i. Sarah,8 b. 29 May 1824; d. at Seagrave, Ont., 27 July 1877; m. at 

Brooklyn, Ont., 1844 (?), Abram Madden, s. of James and Hester, 

of Ashbui-n, Whitby Township, Ont., farmer, b. at Ernesttown, Bay 

of Quinte, Ont., 17 Mar. 1817, d. at Rochester, N. Y., 28 Feb. 1891. 

Children, b. at Ashburn, Ont.: 

1. Emily H.,^ b. 14 Aug. 1845; living s.p. (1912) at Lockport, 

N. Y.; m. 14 Jan. 1868 William H. McPherson, s. of Angus 
and Emily (Derby), of Lockport, N. Y., farmer, b. at Bath, 
Ont., 12 Sept. 1837, d. 1 May 1910. 

2. James Joseph, of Toronto, Ont., motorman, b. 22 July 1848; 

living (1910); m. at Ashburn, Ont., 31 Dec. 1872, Mary Eng- 
lish, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Stinson), b. at Little Britain, 
Ont., 26 Oct. 1853, d. at Toronto, Ont., 5 Apr. 1901. 

3. Noah, of Ashburn, Ont., farmer, b. 20 Mar. 1850; d. 1 Nov. 

1880; m. in 1878 Adeline Chappelle, dau. of Frank and Josette 
(Lea), who m. (2) Albert Kahmer, and was living (1910) at 
Orillia, Out. 

4. Robert Marshall, of Syracuse, N. Y., real-estate agent, b. 29 

Feb. 1856; Uving (1910); m. 3 Sept. 1884 Georgeanna A. 
Martin, dau. of Philip and Sarah (Wilson), b. at Brooklin, 
Ont., 15 Feb. 1857, living (1910). 

5. r/iomas ff., of Limdbreck, Alberta, innkeeper, b. 10 Aug. 1857; 

living (1910); m. at St. Vincent, Minn., 1 June 1890, Ella 
Bayne, dau. of David and Jane (Weatherston), b. at Fergus, 
Ont., 4 Dec. 1869, living (1910). 

6. Mary Eliza, h. 15 Aug. 1859; d. at Picton, Ont., 5 Mar. 1884; 

m. 25 Feb. 1878 John Fox of Picton, Ont., farmer, b. at 
Northport, Ont., 22 Mar. 1848, living (1910). 

7. Harriet, h. 8 Dec. 1861; d. 28 Feb. 1886; m. at Picton, Ont., 

Apr. 1884, George Edward VaUeau of Picton, Ont., farmer, 
b. at Picton, Ont., 31 Nov. 1861, living (1910). 
ii, Eliza, b. 12 Oct. 1825; d. 9 Nov. 1907; m. 7 Nov. 1847 Thomas 
Paxton, s. of William and Ehzabeth (Dryden), of Whitby, Ont., 
sheriff, justice of the peace, member of the Provincial Legislature, 
1867-1879 (Life and Times of Joseph Gould, pp. 165, 191, 264), 
b. at Whitby, Ont., 27 Nov. 1820, d. 4 July 1897. 
Children, b. at Port Perry, Ont.: 

1. Thomas Chase,^ of Port Perry, Ont., accountant, b. 31 Mar. 

1849; d. s.p. at Los Angeles, Cal., 25 Sept. 1903; m. at 
Syracuse, N. Y., 21 Jan. 1875, Ella Rice, dau. of Thomas and 
Mary (Dorsey), b. at Syracuse, N. Y., 12 Jan. 1854, living 
(1910) at Los Angeles, Cal. 

2. Mary Elizabeth,h. 27 Dec. 1850; d. 10 Nov. 1879; m. at Port 

Perry, Ont., 6 Dec. 1870, Charles W. Jones, s. of Rev. George 
and Lam-a (Mallory), of Port Perry, Ont., Baptiste, Ont., 
1910, merchant, b. in Clark Township, Ont., 27 Oct. 1842, 
who m. (2) Mary Ann O'Brien and was living (1910). 

3. Joseph Henry, h. 8 Sept. 1855; d. 8 Aug. 1857. 

4. John Franklin, of Whitby, Ont., sheriff, b. 13 Oct. 1857; living 

(1910); m. at Port Perry, Ont., 25 Feb. 1878, Adeline 



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Eck, dau. of Charles and Asthabrillah (Brown), b. at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., 15 Oct. 1859, living (1910). 

5. Ida C.,h. 20 June 1860; living (1910) at Toronto, Ont.; m. at 
Port Perry, Ont., 28 Sept. 1880, Ai-thur M. Gilpin, s. of 
Martin and Margaret (Nelson), of Uxbridge, Ont., jeweller, 
b. at Stouffville, Ont., 2 Sept. 1855, living (1910). 

6.Lo«ayl., b. 22Jan. 1862; d. 26 Sept. 1864. 

7. Georgie V., h. 29 July 1867; living (1910); m. at Whitby, Ont., 

12 Aug. 1890, Dr. John H. Eastwood, s. of Dr. WiUiam O. 
and Margaret (Brown), of Peterborough, Ont., physician, 
M.B. (Toronto, 1887), b. at Whitby, Ont., 5 Sept. 1864, living 
(1910). 

8. Jane G., b. 13 June 1869; d. 12 Feb. 1871. 

171. iii. Joseph, b. 24 Sept. 1827, 

iv. Emily, b. 17 Mar. 1829; d. at Onawa, Iowa, 24 Nov. 1906; m. at 
Whitby, Ont., 1848, Charles Marsh, s. of Israel and Eliza 
(Himtington), of Port Perry, Ont., Creighton, Nebr., 1885, Omaha, 
Nebr., 1898, farmer, b. at Brooklin, Ont., 21 Sept. 1826, d. 8 Jan. 
1899. 
Children, b. at Port Perry, Ont. : 

1. Noah,^ b. Feb. 1849; d. 3 May 1863. 

2. Adotdram Judson, of Omaha, Nebr., merchant, b. 15 Sept. 1851; 

living (1910); m. (1) at Hamilton, Ont., 17 Aug. 1875, Mar- 
garet J. Robson, dau. of George and Mary (McMillan), b. at 
Markham, Ont., 10 Mar. 1854, d. at Schuyler, Nebr., 3 Sept. 
1885; m. (2) at Pierce, Nebr., 3 Apr. 1886, Mary A. (Robson) 
Lewis, sister of his deceased wife and widow of Thomas, b. 
at Markham, Ont., 14 July 1850, d. 22 Apr, 1904. 

3. Mary, d. , aged 10 years. 

4. Sarah, b. 13 Sept. 1857; Hving (1910); m, at Port Perry, Ont., 

22 Aug, 1877, William H. Robinson, s. of John and Mary 
(Schrimpton), of Onawa, Iowa, merchant, b, at Northport, 
Ont., 12 Jan, 1849, living (1910). 

5. Israel, b, Sept. 1861; d. 13 Oct. 1861, 

6. Leonora, h. 3 Apr. 1863; living (1915) at Stoughton, Sask,; m. 

at Port Perry, Ont., 16 Oct. 1883, James McLean, s, of James 
and Eliza (FalHs), of Port Hope, Ont., expressman, b. at Ken- 
dall, Ont., 10 Feb. 1849, d. 15 May 1913. 

7. Thomas Charles, of Sedaha, Mo., secretary (Y.M.C.A.), b. 8 

Apr. 1865; living (1910); m. at Westside, Iowa, 3 Sept. 1890, 
Ella B. Woolhiser, dau. of John J. and Mary (Loughridge), 
b. at Westside, Iowa, 12 Dec. 1868, living (1910). 
S.Anyia, b. 8 Aug. 1868; living (1910); m. at Creighton, Nebr., 15 
Aug. 1888, Henry C. Huyck, s. of Charles M. and Mary 
R. (Root), of Draper, S. Dak., travelling salesman, b, at 
Draper, S. Dak., -28 Oct. 1859, living (1910). 

172. V. James Marshall, b. 28 June 1834. 

vi. Martha, b. 10 Apr. 1838; d. at Hastings, Minn., 30 Mar. 1896; m. 
at Brooklin, Ont., 1855, John M. Plum of Minneapolis, Minn., 
merchant, b, 6 Nov, 1831, living (1910), 
Children : 

1. Mary B.,9b.3 Jan. 1856; living (1910); m. 23 Apr. 1880 Walter 

W, Williams of Minneapolis, Minn., railroad employee, living 
(1910), 

2. Noah, b. 1860; d. in infancy, 

3. Anna, b. 1864; d. in infancy. 

4. John HucMns, of Minneapolis, Minn., clerk, b. 15 Feb. 1870; 

m. 29 Apr, 1911 Louise Todd, 

173. vii. John Milton, b. U Jan. 1844. 

91. Isaac C.^ Huckins {Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ James* 
Robert^), of Brooklin, Whitby Township, Ont., farmer, born 
at Ossipee 15 Aug. 1803, died 3 Nov. 1867 (tombstone). He 



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married, 26 Nov. 1826, Phoebe Aldrich, daughter of 

and (Shelby), who was born at Lowell (?), 

Mass., 24 Feb. 1802 and died 28 Sept. 1861. 

Children, born at Brooklin, Ont. : 
i. Lucy M.,^ b. 1 July 1827; d. at Palermo, Ont., 2 Feb. 1866; m. 27 

Feb. 1854 Rev. William Firritte, s. of John and Eliza, of Weston, 

-Ont., Methodist clergyman, b. 5 July 1829, d. at Davenport, Ont., 

18 Feb. 1892. 

Children, the first one b. at Willowdale or Orono, Ont., the 

others at Palermo, Ont. (family Bible in possession, 1910, of John 

N.9 Pirritte of Tugaske, Sask.) : 

1. Eliza A.,9 b. 15 Aug. 1855; d. at Mansfield, Ohio, 21 May 1884; 

m. 16 Sept. 1874 John H. Todd, s. of John J. and Naomi 
(Hedges), of Mansfield, Ohio, insurance agent, b. at Mans- 
field, Ohio, 9 Jan. 1850, living (1910). 

2. John N., of Tugaske, Sask., farmer, b. 8 July 1857; living s.p. 

(1910) ;m. 14 Dec. 1899 Clara Harris, dau. of Simon P. and 
Lucinda (Hicks), b. 8 Dec. 1876, d. 11 Sept. 1900. 

3. Isaac N., b. 13 Aug. 1859; d. 13 Aug. 1871. 

4. WilliaynA., of Chicago (?), lU., b. 1 July 1862; Uving unm. (?) 

(1910). 

5. David A., of Chicago, 111., sales-manager, b. 27 Dec. 1865; 

living (1910); m. 12 Apr. 1898 Mary E. Chambers, dau. 

of Michael and Catherine (Horgan), b. at Guelph, Ont., 

11 June 1873, hving (1910). 
ii. JosiAH, b. 22 Dec. 1829; d. unm. 1 Oct. 1849. 
iii. LoRiN, b. 1 Jan. 1831; d. 5 Mar. 1831. 

174. iv. Alonzo D., b. 18 Feb. 1832. 

v. Lieut. George Nelson, Methodist clergyman, A.B. (Baldwin 
Univ.), chaplain in the Civil War, b. 16 Feb. 1834; d. unm. near 
Nashville, Tenn., 2 Apr. 1862. 

175. vi. David A., b. 25 Sept. 1836. 

176. vii. Noah, b. 12 Dec. 1839. 

viii. Lydia Agnes, b. 15 Apr. 1841; d. s.p. Mar. 1889; m. 1873 William 
Russell Derby, s. of George W. and Esther (Weriko), of Myrtle, 
Ont., and of Oshawa, Ont., 1898, mail carrier, b. at MjTtle, Ont,, 
12 June 1848, living (1910). 

92. JosiAH^ HucKiNS (Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'^ Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Watertown, N. Y., 1834, Carthage, N. Y., 1874, 
contractor and builder, bom at Ossipee 20 Nov. 1806, died at 
Carthage, N. Y., 10 Dec. 1878. He married first, 3 May 
1834, Arabella Welch, who was born at Watertown, N. Y., 

26 July 1807 and died 5 Mar. 1836; secondly, 4 Mar. 1841, 
Frances Woodruff, who was born at Watertown, N. Y., 

27 Feb. 1808 and died 14 Mar. 1847; thirdly, 26 Sept. 1849, 
Sophia Woodruff, who was born at Watertown, N. Y., 
24 Dec. 1809 and died 3 Apr. 1872; and fourthly, 10 June 
1874, Harriet Fuller, daughter of William and Mary 
(Hemstreet), who was born at Turin, N. Y., 26 Jan. 1823 and 
died 10 May 1911. 

Only child, by second wife: 
i. Sarah Elizabeth,^ b. at Watertown, N. Y., 19 Nov. 1845; d. 13 
Dec. 1853. 

93. JoHN^ HucKiNS (John,^ Joseph,'^ Joseph,* Robert,^ James,^ 

Robert^), of Exeter, Me., 1824, and Bangor, Me., 1833, lumber 
merchant, born at Parsonsfield, Me., 23 July 1801, died 15 



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June 1892. He married, 16 Nov. 1825, Sarah Tibbetts, 
daughter of Abner and Sarah (Davis) (Barigor Hist. Mag., 
vol. 4, p. 21), who was born at Corinth, Me., 10 Apr. 1804 and 
died 6 June 1880. 

Children, the first three born at Exeter, Me., the others 
at Bangor, Me. (family Bible in possession, 1^10, of Ara- 
vesta^ (Huckins) Peters of Bangor, Me.) : 

177. i. Pembroke S.,^ b. 27 Oct. 1826. 

ii. Akcann, b. 22 Dec. 1827; d. unm. at Bangor, Me., 2 Apr. 1907. 

iii. Aravesta, b. 16 Sept. 1829; living s.p. (1910) at Bangor, Me.; 
m. 3 June 1869 Charles Peters, s. of Andrew and Sarah 
(Jordon) {Bangor Hist. Mag., vol. 1, pp. 200-204), of Ellsworth, 
Me., and of New York City, merchant, b. at Ellsworth, Me., 23 
Nov. 1812, d. at Morristown, N. J., 18 Aug. 1894. 

iv. John B., of Wintlirop, Mass., 1880, lumber merchant, b. 7 May 
1834; living s.p. (1910); m. at Swampscott, Mass., 5 Sept. 1861, 
Sarah E. Washburn, dau. of Cyrus and Mary (Phillips), b. at 
Swampscott, Mass., 11 Apr. 1834, living (1910), 

v. Charles W., b. 21 Mar. 1836; d. 27 June 1837. 

178. vi. Charles H., b. 11 Jan. 1845. 

94. Calvin^ Huckins (John,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,* Robert,^ James,^ 
Robert^), of Exeter, Me., 1826, Delaware, Ind., 1834, and Rolla, 
Mo., 1866, teacher, born at Parsonsfield, Me., 29 Nov. 1803, 
died 31 Dec. 1870. He married, in 1827, Olive Tibbetts, 
daughter of Abner and Sarah (Davis), who was born at 
Corinth, Me., 3 Mar. 1806 and died at Cannon City, Minn., 
10 May 1864. 

Children, the first three born at Exeter, Me., the others 
at Delaware, Ind. : 

i. Julia S.,^ b. 9 May 1828; d. s.p. 3 June 1858; m. 12 Oct. 1852 
Joseph E. Albaugh, s. of Jacob and Mary (Eller), of Covington, 
Ohio, merchant, b. in Montgomery Co., Ohio, 25 May 1821, d. 
16 Dec. 1871. 

179. ii. Franklin S., b. 10 Apr. 1830. 

iii. Sophronia J., b. 12 May 1833; living (1910) at Covington, Ohio; 
m. 7 Mar. 1855 John R. Shuman, s. of George and Susanna 
(Rusher), of Covington, Ohio, 1851, merchant, banker, b. at 
Liverpool, Pa., 17 Nov. 1826, d. 19 Sept. 1906. 
Children, b. at Covington, Ohio: 

1. Charles Calvin,^ of Covington, Ohio, manufacturer, b. 4 Jan. 

1856; living (1910); m. 18 Oct. 1883 AHce Cable, dau. of 
John and Frances (Whitmar), b. at Covington, Ohio, 1858, 
living (1910). 

2. Elizabeth Estella, b. 15 Sept. 1857; livmg (1910); m. 5 June 

1879 Alva C. Cable, _s. of Dr. Roland E. and Mary (HUl), 
of Pleasant Hill, Ohio, bank cashier, State senator, b. at 
Pleasant Hill, Ohio, 19 Mar. 1849, d. 1 Nov. 1908. 

3. John Franklin, of Covington, Ohio, merchant, b. 2 Oct. 1859; 

living (1910); m. 15 Sept. 1891 Emma Peirce, dau. of Samuel 
Henry and Ann Jane (Helmer), b. at West Paris, Ohio, 3 Aug. 
1868, Uving (1910). 

4. Carolyn May, h. 16 Apr. 1862; living s.p. (1910); m. 5 July 

1892 William F. Charters, s. of James and Mary Jane (Filson), 
of Dayton, Ohio, banker, b. at Lisbon, Ohio, 7 Aug. 1865, 
living (1910). 

5. Mary Olive, h. 8 Apr. 1864; living unm. (1910). 

6. George Lee, of Chicago, 111., pubhsher, b. 5 Oct. 1868;hving 

(1910); m. 7 Nov. 1889 Harriet Hill, dau. of Henry H. and 
Sarah (Hill), b. at Pontiac, 111., 20 Oct. 1868, Hving (1910). 



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7. Evelyn Sophronia, b. 23 Oct. 1871 ; d. 10 Feb. 1905; m. 2.3 June 
1896 James H. Perry, s. of Russell and Eliza (Ryder), of 
Brownsville, Ind., lawyer, b. at Brownsville, Ind., 12 May 
1860, Uving (1910). 
iv. Amanda M., b. 10 Dec. 1835; d. 29 Sept. 1841. 

180. v. John W., b. 19 Aug. 1838. 

vi. Helen A., b. 29 Sept. 1841; d. 11 Sept. 1866; m. at Covington, 
. Ohio, 14 Nov. 1865, Benjamin Franklin Burton, s. of Hiram and 
Sibyl (Tufts), of Hot Springs, Ark., innkeeper, b. at Mainville, 
Ohio, 25 Mar. 1833, living (1910). 

Only child: 
1. Sibyl //.,9 b. 6 Sept. 1866; d. 7 Dec. 1883. 

vii. James, of Texas, b. 3 Mar. 1846; d. at Tyler, Tex., 1883; m. • 

Presly. He is said to have had a son John. 

95. Sergt. Stephen^ Huckins (Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Robert^), of Effingham, N. H., and of Westbrook, Me., 
1822, lumber merchant, sergeant in the Mexican War, born 
at Gilmanton 2 Nov. 1790 (town records), died at Roxbury, 
Mass., 2 Sept. 1866 (city records). He married first, at 
Westbrook, Me., 25 July 1820 {Maine Hist, and Gen. Recorder, 
vol. 4, p. 283), Pauline Webb, daughter of James and Nancy 
(Cony), who was born at Stroudwater (Falmouth), Me., 
11 July 1793* and died at Roxbury, Mass., about 1836; and 
secondly, in Boston, Nancy Slater, who died at Somerville, 
Mass. 

Children by first wife, the first one born at Effingham, the 
others at Westbrook, Me. : 

181. i. Ferdinand A.,^ b. 3 May 1821. 

182. ii. James H. Webb, b. 26 Aug. 1822. 

iii. Amelia Ann, b. 19 Apr. 1830; d. at Dorchester, Mass., 22 Jan. 
1907; m. in Boston, Mass., 4 Oct. 1848 (city records), Edward 
Watson^ Libby, s. of Jacob George Lewis^ and Elizabeth (Simonds) 
(Libby Family, p. 538), of Boston, engraver, b. in Boston 20 Jan. 
1827, d. 22 July 1873 (tombstone). 
Childi-en, b. in Boston (city records) : 

1. Edward Lewis,^ of Boston, jeweller, b. 28 July 1849; d. 8 Sept. 

1885; m. in Philadelphia, Pa., 11 Nov. 1876, Emily C. 
(Mason) Foye, widow, dau. of Richard C. and Emeline (Need- 
ham), living (?) (1910). 

2. William G., b. 29 Oct. 1853; d. unm. 24 Oct. 1898. 

3. Walter B., h. Nov. 1866; d. unm. Feb. 1888. 



96. Peter^ Huckins (Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ 

Robert^), of Ossipee, merchant, born at Gilmanton 5 July 
1792 (town records), died at Dover 11 Nov. 1832. He 
married, 7 Mar. 1816 (Maine Hist, and Gen. Recorder, vol. 4, 
p. 173), Lydia^ Dalton, daughter of SamueP and Mary 
(Bennett), who was born at Parsonsfield, Me., 18 July 1796 
and died in 1832. 

Children, born at Ossipee: 
i. Mary A. Dalton,^ b. 29 Oct. 1816; d. at Roxbmy, Mass., 30 Mar. 
1905; m. 16 Feb. 1842 Drury M. Marshall, s. of Benjamin 
and Anna (Morse), of Boston, builder, b. at Dublin 10 Mar. 1809, 
d. 4 Jan. 1894. 

* Family record of descendants of James and Nancy (Cony) Webb, in possession, 
1914, of Miss Mary T. Goodell of Westbrook, Me. 



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Children, b. in Boston: 

1. Emily F.,^ b. 13 June 1844; d. unm. 13 Feb. 1894. 

2. Florence, b. 16 Aug. 1845; living unm. (1910) at Melrose, Mass. 

3. Peter Morse (twin), of Dorchester, Mass., b. 9 Apr. 1849; living 

(1910); m. 1 Jan. 1871 Ahce Frances Farrar, dau. of Ezra O. 
F. and Susan M. (Sherman), b. in Boston, Mass., 7 July 
1852, living (1910). 

4. Benjamin (twin), b. 9 Apr. 1849; d. young. 

5. Annie E., b. 11 Sept. 1850; living unm. (1910) at Melrose,Mass. 

6. Julia, b. 11 Nov. 1852; living (1910) in Rome, Italy; m. 29 

Sept. 1875 Daniel Erskine Richardson, s. of Roderick and 
Harriet (Taylor), of Dorchester, Mass., merchant, b. at Mont- 
pelier, Vt., 9 June 1849, d. at Montecito, Cal., 23 Dec. 1903. 

7. Peter Benjamin, d. in infancy. 

n. Frances E.,b. 31 Mar. 1819; d. at Atlantic, Mass., 2 Sept. 1878; 
m. in Boston, Mass., 8 Sept. 1838 (city records), Charles Wash- 
ington Ayers, s. of James and Deborah (Pettingill), of Boston, 
builder, b. at Haverhill, Mass., 11 Sept. 1795 (town records), d. 
in Boston 24 Apr. 1855. 
Children, b. in Boston: 

1. Frances A.,^ b. 10 Dec. 1842; living (1913) at Mekose, Mass.; 

m. 1 June 1870 Horatio Smith' Libby, s. of Capt. WilHam* 
and Martha' (Smith) (Libby Family, p. 523), of Boston, 
cashier, b. at Gardiner, Me., 30 Sept. 1839, d. 16 July 1911. 

2. Laura, b. 14 Nov. 1844; living s.-p. (1913) in Boston; m. 3 Nov. 

1873 Samuel Woodbury Parker, s. of Samuel Sewall and Jane 
Thompson (Cate), of Chicago, llj., hotel manager, b. at Wolfe- 
borough 18 Nov. 1843 (town records), d. in Boston 30 July 
1912. 

183. iii. RuFus, b. 27 Jan. 1821. 

184. iv. Samuel Dalton, b. 18 Jan. 1822. 

185. V. Charles Albert, b. 1824. 

vi. Joseph C, of Chicago, salesman, b. 2 Oct. 1829; d. s.p.; m. Louise 

97. Ivory Lord^ Huckins (Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert* 
James,'^ Robert^), of Sandwich, 1822, and of Dover, 1831, 
lumber merchant, born at Parsonsfield, Me., 1 Jan. 1800 
(town records), died at Somersworth 3 July 1851. He 
married first, at Newfield, Me., 1 Oct. 1821, Nancy Hill, 
daughter of Samuel and Lydia (Doe), who was born at New- 
field, Me., 17 Jan. 1800 and died 6 Mar. 1847; and secondly, 
at Lowell, Mass., 13 Sept. 1847, Hannah Brainerd, daugh- 
ter of Spencer and Elizabeth (Allen), who was born at Haver- 
hill, Mass., 11 Dec. 1818 and died 20 Feb. 1903. 

Children by first wife, the first five born at Sandwich, the 
others at Dover (family Bible in possession, 1910, of Sarah 
Persis^ (Crockett) BilHngs of Boston) : 

i. Lydia Ann,* b. 21 July 1822; d. at Dorchester, Mass., 5 Nov. 1899; 
m. at Somersworth, 11 Oct. 1841, Col. William D. Crockett, 
s. of John T. and Elizabeth (Ham), of Dover, N. H., and of Boston, 
Mass., journalist, publisher, superintendent of Mass. State Print- 
ing Office, member of the Governor's staff, b. at Barnstead 31 
Oct. 1819, d. at Dorchester, Mass., 5 Aug. 1899. 

Children, the second one b. in Boston, the others at Dover: 

1. George W.,' b. 19 June 1842; d. 18 Mar. 1847. 

2. Sarah Persis,h. 13 Mar. 1844; living s.p. (1910) in Boston; m. 

at Chelsea, Mass., 14 July 1864, Josiah Quincy Billings, s. 
of Horace and Ellen A. (Sears), of Boston, merchant, soldier 
in the Civil War, b. at Bridgeton, Me., 7 Jan. 1844, d. at 
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3. John Ivonj, b. 2 Feb. 1845; d. 1 Sept. 1847. 
ii. Mary Jane, b. 30 Oct. 1823; d. s.-p. at Augusta, Ga., 15 Aug. 1862; 
m. (1) at Somersworth, 26 Aug. 1846 (town records). Dr. Ethel 
Olmstead Nutter of Boston, Mass., physician, b. at Somersworth 

1817, d. at Jacksonville, Fla., 17 Dec. 1851; m. (2) James T. 
Patterson, dentist, b. at Dumfries, Scot., d. at Augusta, Ga., 
17 May 1868. 

Only child by fii-st husband : 
1. Ella,^ h. at Somersworth; d. , aged 6 years. 

iii. Samuel (twin), b. and d. 27 Dec. 1825. 

iv. Joseph (twin), b. and d. 27 Dec. 1825. 

V, Susan Adams, b. 24 Nov. 1828; d. at ArUngton, Mass., 29 Apr. 1896; 
m. atStoneham, Mass.,22Jan. 1851 (townrecords). Rev. Charles 
H. Webber, s. of Rev. Horace and Rehef (Tyler), of Lyman, 
Baptist clergyman, b. at HaverhiU 16 July 1831, d. at Saco, Me., 
28 July 1899. 
Chikhen : 

1. Horace L.,^ of Saco, Me., photographer, b. at Franconia 12 

Dec. 1851; d. 11 Aug. 1905; m. 8 June 1873 Etta Merrill, dau. 
of Daniel and Rebecca W. (Bradbm-y), b. at Saco, Me., 2 Jan, 
1850, living (1910) at Saco, Me. 

2. Charles E., of Arlington, Mass., salesman, b. at Hill 25 Dec. 

1863; living (1910) ; m. 26 June 1889 Anne E. Russell, dau. of 

Levi and Martha A. (Smith), b. at Somerville, Mass., 26 July 

1860, living (1910). 

vi. Martha Elizabeth, b. 11 Jan. 1831; d. 11 Apr. 1906; m. in Boston, 

2 June 1856 (city records), DA\aD A-i-ERS, s. of David and Sarah 

(Seaverns), of Boston, merchant, b. at Needliam, Mass., 27 July 

1818, d. 25 Feb. 1906. 

Children, the first one b. in Boston, the others at Maplewood, 
Mass.: 

1. George David,^ of Lincoln, Nebr., Chicago, lU., and Moscow, 

Idaho, professor of law at Nebraska State University, 1905- 
1908, dean of Idaho University Law School, 1913, A.B. (Har- 
vard, 1879), LL.B. (Harvard, 1882), b. 26 Aug. 1857; living 
(1914); m. (1) at Maiden, Mass., 7 Jan. 1885, Charlotte E. 
Carder, dau. of Rev. Dr. James D. and Charlotte E. (Pond), 
b. at Milford, Conn., 26 Sept. 1862, d. 7 Jan. 1896; m. (2) 
18 Nov. 1899 Georgette B. Guild, dau. of George A. and Har- 
riet S. (Rice), b. in Paris, France, 8 Jan. 1873, living (1910). 

2. Charles Henry, of Roslindale, Mass., bookkeeper, b. 13 Apr. 1859 ; 

living s.p. (1910); m. at WoUaston, Mass., 3 Aug. 1894, 
Emma C. G. Poison, dau. of Alexander and Catherine (Cros- 
by), b. in Boston, Mass., 10 Feb. 1860, living (1910). 

3. Martha J., b. 23 Dec. 1860; d. 26 Apr. 1862. 

4. Cora E., b. 2 Sept. 1863; living unm. (1910) at Fall River, 

Mass. 
vii. Sarah Piper, b. 21 July 1834; d. 27 Jan. 1836. 

Only child by second wife, bom at Somersworth : 
186. viii. John Henry, b. 22 Mar. 1849. 

98. Nicholas E.^ Huckins {Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Robert^), of North Effingham (Freedom), farmer, 
born at Parsonsfield, Me., 19 May 1804, died at Concord 
23 Sept. 1864. He married, 26 June 1824 (town records), 
Nancy Shute, daughter of Michael and Ohve (Leavitt), who 
was born at Buxton, Me., 1 Sept. 1805 and died 2 Nov. 1904. 

Children, born at North Effingham : 
i. Mary A.,^ b. 7 Jan. 1826; d. 14 Aug. 1841. 
ii. Olive J., b. 1 Aug. 1829; d. 30 Aug. 1906; m. 9 Sept. 1863 (town 



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records), as his second wife, her second cousin, Dea. John V. Gran- 
ville (31, i, 9), s. of Stephen and Ann^ (Huckins), q.v. 

Only child, b . at Effingham : 
l.Mahel,^h. 17 July 1868; livings.?. (1910); m. 16 July 1893 Oscar 
J. Avery, s. of Stephen and Mary Eunice (Straw), of Effing- 
ham, merchant, b. at Laconia 16 May 1866, living (1910). 
iii. Caroline F.,b. 17 May 1832; d. s.p. 14 Sept. 1904; m. atOssipee, 
1 Nov. 1866 (town records), Hiram Pray, s. of Hiram and Mar- 
garet (Hodsdon), of Ossipee, farmer, b. at Ossipee 28 Dec. 1829, 
d. at Auburn, Me., 24 Mar. 1912. 
187. iv. Joseph, b. 17 Aug. 1835. 

V. Sarah, b. 29 Nov. 1838; living (1910); m. 10 Mar. 1875 Henry 
Glidden, s. of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Gault), of Effingham, 
farmer, b. at Sandwich 29 Aug. 1849, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Effingham: 

1. Fred Woodman,'^ of Effingham, lumber surveyor, b. 29 Mar. 

1876; living s.p. (1910); m. 1 Jan. 1908 Etta B. (Kennison) 
Bowes, dau. of Joseph and Jane (Varney) and former wife of 
Oliver J., b. at Effingham 1 Apr. 1880, living (1910). 

2. Irving Huckins, of Maiden, Mass., electrician, b. 24 Nov. 1880; 

living (1910); m. 9 Apr. 1904RellW. Stetson, dau. of Fred C. 
and Mary E. (Sears), b. at Maiden, Mass., 12 Apr. 1879, 
living (1910). 
vi. John W., of Effingham, farmer, b. 10 Sept. 1844; d. unm. 27 July 
1873. 

99. Ira^ Huckins (Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ Robert,^ James,^ 
Robert^), of Tamworth, Meredith, 1853, and Centre Harbor, 
1861, merchant, born at Parsonsfield, Me., 29 Jan. 1806 
(town records), died at Ashland 30 June 1884 (ib.). He 
married first, 30 July 1826, Olive Abbott of Efl&ngham, 
who was born 9 May 1808 and died 1 Nov. 1839; secondly, 
at Tamworth, 16 Oct. 1844 {ib.), Geace Beede, daughter 
of Elijah and Anne (Felch), who was born at Sandwich 24 
Feb. 1804 and died at Ashland 30 Dec. 1880; thirdly, 13 Dec. 
1881 (ib.), Mary (Cotton) Dow, widow, daughter of Jacob, 
who was born at Sandwich in 1836; and fourthly, in 1883, 
Ann Maria Johnson, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth 
(Mason), who was born at Sandwich 28 July 1831 and died 
26 Sept. 1902. 

Children by first wife, the first one born at Effingham, the 
others at Tamworth : 
i. Arthur,^ of Ashland, artisan, b. 30 Aug. 1827; d. unm. 29 Mar. 

1887. 
ii. John Almon, of Arizona, mason, b. 23 July 1829; d. s.p. at Red- 
wood City, Cal., 6 Mar. 1891; m. in Boston, 19 June 1851 (city 
records), Ltjcinda (Hart) Tripp, widow, dau. of Ichabod, b. at 
New Bedford, Mass., or at Tiverton, R. I., abt. 1825, d. in Boston 
16 Mar. 1900 (*.). 
iii. Albert, of West Salamanca, N. Y., farmer, b. 20 Apr. 1831 ; d. unm. 

at West Salamanca, N. Y., Sept. 1895. 
iv. Olive Ann, b. 17 Oct. 1833; d. 12 May 1902; m. 30 Aug. 1854 
Nicholas T. Chase, s. of Dea. David F. and Anne (Russell) 
(Musgrove's Bristol, vol. 2, p. 97), of Bristol, farmer, b. at Bristol 
14 May 1823, d. 25 Nov. 1893. 

Children, b. at Bristol: 
1. Frank H.,^ of Campton, cabinetmaker, b. 21 June 1856; d. 2 
May 1910 {ih.); m. 24 Nov. 1887 Mabel A. Batchelder, dau. 
of Jonathan T. and Hannah Weeks (Cleasby), b. at Went- 
worth 16 Aug. 1869, living (1910) at Plymouth. 



2. Adeline M., b. 2 July 1858; living (1910); m. 1 Dec. 1878 her 

fifth cousin, Leston L. Rollins, s. of Joseph F. (25, i, 6) and 
Amanda Jane (Ingalls), of Bristol, miUman, b. at Bristol 3 Feb. 
1850, living (1910). 

3. Emma M., h. 6 July 1861; d. s.p. 1 Oct. 1908; m. (1) 25 Apr. 

1882 her fifth cousin, John O. Tilton, s. of John F. and Sarah 
Jane (Rolhns) (25, i, 3), of Bristol, farmer, b. at Alexandria 4 
July 1849, living (1910); m. (2) 1 June 1892, as his second 
wife, her fourth cousin once removed, Fred Brown^ Huckina 
(120), s. of Lyman'' and Grace E. (Cummings), q.v. 

4. Ira D., of Bristol, farmer, b. 16 Sept. 1863; d. s.p. 2 Apr. 1889; 

m. (1) 22 Aug. 1886 {ib.) CaroUne Jane Bailey, dau. of Hem-y 
H. and Caroline (Bailey), b. at Alexandria 28 Aug. 1864, d. 
6 May 1887; m. (2) 12 Dec. 1888 Mary Gordon, dau. of Hiram 
L. and Catherine (Coburn), b. at Alexandria 4 Feb. 1872, who 
m. (2) Joseph Adams and was hving (1910) at East Hebron. 

5. Arthur T., of Bristol, N. H., and of Worcester, Mass., printer, 

b. 5 Apr. 1873; living s.p. (1910); m. (1) 1 Oct. 1892 Clara J. 
Oakley, dau. of Wilham T. and Ann Elizabeth (Tharp), b. in 
New York City 9 Mar. 1873, living (1910) ; m. (2) 23 July 1899 
iih.) Monica Mahar, dau. of Patrick and Mary (Prendergast), 
b. in Ireland 1875, living (1910). 
V. Ira C, of Holderness, farmer, b. 16 June 1836; living s.p. (1910); 
m. 19 Nov. 1866 Clara Pierce, dau. of Joel and Hannah (Rowe), 
b. at Campton 6 Mar. 1847, who m. (2) Mooney Blanchard and 
was living (1910) at Ashland. 
188. vi. Charles H., b. 30 June 1838. 

vii. William, b. 16 Oct. 1839; d. 18 Oct. 1839. 

Children by second wife, born at Tamworth : 
viii. Nancy Jane, b. in 1845; living (1910) at Ashland; m. 2 Apr. 1871 
John Beede Carr, s. of Jacob and Harriet (Beede), of Ashland, 
farmer, b. at Holderness 15 Mar. 1834, d. 29 Oct. 1903. 

Only child, b. at Ashland: 
I.Grace Beede,^ h. 6 July 1874; living s.p. (1910); m. 31 Dec. 
1892 Frank S. Edwards, s. of George K. and Harriet (How- 
land), of Meriden, Conn., teacher, b. at Landaff 3 June 1871, 
living (1910). 
ix. Gilbert, b. 8 June 1846; d. at Meredith 19 Apr. 1853. 

100. George* Huckins {Eliphalet,'^ Robert,^ James,^ James,^ Robert,^ 
James,"^ Roberf), of New Hampton, farmer, born at Holder- 
ness 7 Dec. 1829, died 20 Feb. 1906. He married his first 
cousin once removed, Clarissa K.^ Smith (9, vi, 11), daugh- 
ter of John and Esther^ (Huckins), q.v. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Ella E.,^ b. 10 Nov. 1852; d. 12 July 1890; m. 25 Dec. 1872, as 
his first wife, her second cousin, Luther M. Pike (17, vi, 5), s. of 
Ezekiel and Sarah' (Huckins) , q.v. 
Children, b. at New Hampton : • 

1. Milo M.,^" of Laconia, paving-contractor, b. 19 Oct. 1873; 

living (1915) ; m. 12 Feb. 1894 Sarah Kelly, dau. of Samuel 
and Sarah (Shaw), b. at New Hampton, 16 Mar. 1876, living 
(1915). 

2. Howard Luther, of Manchester, paving-contractor, b. 16 Mar. 

1876 ; living (1915) ; m. 4 Jan. 1905 (ib.) Margaret E. Willis, 
dau. of John and Mary J. (Donovan), b. at Manchester, 8 
Jan. 1876, d. 19 Oct. 1910. 

3. Balph Waldo, of Manchester, paving-contractor, b. 19 Dec. 

1879; living (1915); m. 20 Jan. 1903 (ib.) Kathleen G. 
McGinley, dau. of James T. and Jennie (Raleigh), b. at 
Nashua 1882, d. 1903. 



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4. Bena Laura, b. 20 Feb. 1882; liviug (1915) ; m. 20 May 1903 

(i6.) Hugh Herbert Whitman, s. of Oren H. aucl Nancy J. 

(Coleman), of Manchester, clerk, b. at Bellows Falls, Vt., 

16 May 1876, living (1915). 

ii. Edwin, of Exeter, farmer, b. 26 Dec. 1853; living (1910); m. 6 

July 1879 Ellen Avery, dau. of Ezra and Martha (Clough), b. 

at Meredith 19 Sept. 1857, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at New Hampton : 
1. Edith,^" b. 18 Sept. 1880 ; living (1915) ; m. 30 Nov. 1904 Davis 
Page, s. of Daniel Davis and Mary (Loveland), of Exeter, 
merchant, b. at Vershire, Vt., 21 Jan. 1882, living (1915). 
iii. James B., of New Hampton, farmer, b. 10 Oct. 1857; hving s.p. 
(1910); m. (1) 10 Oct. 1877 his second cousin, Sarah E. Pike (17, 
vi, 7), dau. of Ezekiel and Sarah^ (Huckins), q.v.; m. (2) 11 Apr. 
1891 Caroline E. Veasey, dau. of Hosea Q. and Georgia (Tay- 
lor), b. at Meredith 11 Apr. 1867, living (1910). 
iv. Frances, b. 16 Jime 1859; living (1910); m. 24 Nov. 1878 
William Wallace, s. of William and Lydia (Hurd), of Laconia, 
builder, b. at Epsom 1 Aug. 1858, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at New Hampton : 
1. Clara,^" b. 5 May 1880; living (1915) ; m. 8 Feb. 1895 Burt S. 
Dearborn, s. of Clarence ^nd Torrie Bryant (Broad), of 
Laconia, bookkeeper, b. at Thornton, 18 Feb. 1881, living 
(1915). 
V. Anna, b. 5 Jan. 1864; d. s.p. 10 Mar. 1883; m. Oren Greenleaf, 
s. of Augustus A. and Ida M., of New Hampton, farmer, b. at 
Ashland 10 May 1861, d. at New Hampton. 
vi. Alice, b. 4 Feb. 1869; d. unm. 9 Dec. 1885. 

101. James Ford^ Huckins (James,'' Robert,^ James,^ James,^ 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Ashland, merchant, county com- 
missioner, 1894-1900, justice of the peace, born at Holderness 
13 Aug. 1840, was living in 1910. He married, 20 Nov. 1864, 
Mary Smith, daughter of Sewell and Mary (Cioss), who was 
born at Meredith 18 Nov. 1844 and was living in 1910. 

Children, born at Ashland: 
i. Frank S.,^ of Ashland, postmaster, b. 28 July 1865; living s.p. 

(1910); m. 6 June 1900 Elizabeth J. Canney, dau. of John P. 

and Alice S. (Penniman), b. at Sandwich 13 Mar. 1870, living 

(1910). 
ii. Harry S., of Plymouth, treasurer, b. 30 Aug. 1870; living (1910); 

m. 6 Aug. 1902 Mina A. Worthen, dau. of Warren B. and Mina 

Grace (Moulton), b. at Holderness 7 Apr. 1878, living (1910). 
Only child, b. at Ashland : 

1. Reginald TF.,»"b. 16 June 1906; liviug (1915). 

102. Benjamin Lester^ Huckins (Orlando 0.,^ Robert,^ James,^ 

James,^ Robert,^ James, ^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, 
born at New Hampton 15 Jan. 1853, died 19 Aug. 1903. He 
married, 26 Dec. 1874, Lillian Shepard, daughter of Charles 
and Mary (Blanchard), who was born at Ashland 11 Aug. 
1855, married secondly Henry Chase, and was living in 1910 
at Lebanon. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Herbert L.,^ of Tilton, weaver, b. 1 Mar. 1876; living (1910); 
m. 23 Mar. 1895 Laura R. Webb, dau. of Hem-y O. and Mary 
(Chne), b. at Lyme 18 July 1876, who m. (2) Fred Johnson and 
was living (1910) at Lyme. 
Children, b. at Lebanon : 

1. Leon H.,^° b. 2 July 1897; living (1915). 

2. Fearl C, b. 7 Feb. 1899 ; living (1915). 



ii. Mabel Edna, b. 12 May 1878; living (1910) at Franklin; m. 24 
Dec. 1895 Irving G. Morse, s. of Frank A. and Emma J. (San- 
born), of Tilton, millman, b. at Plymouth 27 May 1877, living 
(1910). 

Only child, b. at Tilton : 
1. Vera McKinley,^" b. 3 Nov. 1896; living (1915). 

103. Jonathan Burley^ Huckins (Nathaniel Perkins,'^ John,^ 

James,^ James,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Holderness, 
farmer, carpenter, born at Holderness 4 Feb. 1831, died 
15 Aug. 1904. He married, in Oct. 1854, Mary J. Smith, 
daughter of Moses and Abigail (French), who was born at 
Campton 12 Apr. 1837 and died 19 Feb. 1887. 

Children, born at Holderness: 
i. Carrie J.,9 b. 31 Aug. 1858; living s.p. (1910); m. 3 Apr. 1884 

Elt\ IN J. Frescott, s. of Joseph F. and Sarah P. (Lawrence), of 

Hudson, Mass., granite dealer, b. at Westford, Mass., 1 Dec. 

1851, living (1910). 
ii. Sarah S., b. 21 Jan. 1864; living s.p. (1910); m. 18 Apr. 1894 

Nathan B. Written, s. of Nathan B. and Judith P. (Mooney), of 

Holderness, merchant, b. at Holderness 28 June 1847, living 

(1910). 
iii. Lena Blanche, b. 23 Aug. 1874; living unm. (1910) at Hudson, 

Mass. 

104. John Calvin^ Huckins {Nathaniel Perkins,'' John,^ James,^ 

James,'^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Holderness, N. H., and 
of West Chester, Pa., 1862, teacher, born at Holderness 
19 Aug. 1832, died 25 May 1863. He married, 15 Aug. 1860, 
Sarah M. Morse, daughter of John and Patty (Cheney), 
who was born at South Newbury 28 May 1836, married 
secondly, as his second wife, Albert A.^ Durgin (Runnells' 
Sanbornton, vol. 2, p. 243), and was Living in 1915 at St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Only child, born at South Newbury: 
i. John M.,* of St. Paul, Minn., salesman, b. 10 Oct. 1861; living 
unm. (1915). 

105. Alonzo K.^ Huckins (Thomas P.,^ John,^ James,^ James* Rob- 

ert,^ James, ^ Robert^), of Boston, expressman,"iborn at Holder- 
ness 11 Nov. 1835, died 28 Nov. 1907. He married, 17 Mar. 
1860, Sarah C. Goodridge, daughter of Ambrose H. and 
Christine M. (Moore), who was born in Boston 22 Jan. 1843 
and was living in 1910 at Arlington Heights, Mass. 

Children, born in Boston: 
i. Alonzo K.," b. 18G1; d. 23 Feb. 1863. 
ii. George Ambrose, of Boston, salesman, b. 7 July 1862; hving 

(1910); m. at Dorchester, Mass., 19 Oct. 1887, Abigail Frances 

Easterbrook, dau. of Kimball and Abigail (Allyn), b. at Chelsea, 

Mass., 12 May 1863, Uving (1910). 
Only child, b. in Boston : 

1. Albert Kimball,^" of Dorchester, Mass., bond salesman, b. 23 
July 1888; living unm. (1915). 
iii. Albert Henry, b. 30 Apr. 1866; d. unm. at Worcester, Mass., 17 

Aug. 1886. 
iv. Lucretia Christine, b. 25 Apr. 1868; living (1910) at Arlington 

Heights, Mass.; m. 16 June 1890 George B. Thomas, s. of 



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Charles E. and Catherine (Bradford), of Boston, bookkeeper, b. 
in Boston 30 Mar. 1864, d. 21 Dec. 1908. 

Only child, b. at Revere, Mass. : 
1. Germtde,'" b. 23 Sept. 1892; living (1915); m. at Arlington, 
Mass., 19 June 1914 Milton Ernest Hayman, s. of Frederic 
and Laura (Wilbur), of Arlington, Mass., architect, b. at 
Taunton, Mass., 24 May 1889, living (1915). 
V. Charles Albert, b. 19 June 1870; d. 18 July 1871. 

106. Thomas^ Huckins (Thomas P./ John,^ James,^ James,'^ Robert,^ 

James, "^ Robert), of Wentworth, farmer, born at Warren 

31 May 1848, was living in 1910. He married, 18 Nov. 1869, 

Mary E, Rodimon, daughter of Amos B. and Lucy A. 

(Ladd), who was born at Piermont 24 Apr. 1851 and was 

living in 1910, 

Children, the first five born at Orford, the others at Went- 
worth: 

i. Amy B.,' b. 29 July 1870; d. 1 Sept. 1870. 

ii. Lena B., b. 10 July 1872; d. s.p. 11 Sept. 1895; m. 28 Feb. 1894 
Fred H. Downing, s. of Cyrus and Susan (Ellsworth), of Went- 
worth, drayman, b. at Wentworth 19 Apr. 1870, living (1910). 

ill. Mertib Mae, b. 2 Apr. 1877; living s.p. (1915); m. 4 Oct. 1911 
Gordon Proctor At wood, s. of Daniel W. and Sophia H. (Park- 
hurst), of Manchester, machinist, b. at Bedford 27 June 1878, 
living (1915). 

iv. Arthur L., of Springfield, Mass., manufactui-er, b. 6 Nov. 1878; 
living unm. (1910). 

V. Ina G., b. 8 Feb. 1882; living unm. (1910). 

vi. Herbert C, of Burlington, Vt., shipping clerk, b. 18 Oct. 1886; 
living unm. (1910). 

vii. Dblla B., b. 23 Sept. 1889; d. unm. 7 Jan. 1914. 

viii. Thomas P., b. 19 Oct. 1893; d. 3 Mar. 1895. 

107. Edwin Morris* Huckins (Calvin Smith,'' John,^ James,^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at 
New Hampton 4 Dec. 1849, was living in 1910. He married, 
4 June 1874, Marilla S. Gordon, daughter of George B. and 
Hannah (Flanders), who was born at New Hampton 14 Jan. 
1854 and died 9 Aug. 1910. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Frank Elmer,^ of New Hampton, farmer, b. 30 Mar. 1875; living 

(1915); m. 2 Mar. 1909 Ethel Delia Crane, dau. of H.)race B. 

and Sarah Emma (Barker), b. at Hanover, Mass., 31 July 1876, 

living (1915). 
Children, b. at New Hampton: 

1. Everett Horace,^" h. 10 Dec. 1909; living (1915). 

2. Edith Mary, b. 10 Oct. 1912; living (1915). 

3. Leonard Otis, b. 20 Sept. 1914; living (1915). 

ii. ERW^N Morris, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 4 Oct. 1876; living 
(1915); m. 1 Jan. 1898 Abigail Dearborn, dau. of William R. 
and Flora B. (Colby), b. at New Hampton 30 Mar. 1876, living 
(1915). 
Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Helen Abigail,^" b. 4 Sept. 1898; living (1915). 

2. Annie Dearborn, b. 22 Aug. 1900; d. 31 Oct. 1901. 

3. Flora Marilla, b. 13 Sept. 1902; living (1915). 

iii. George Edwin, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 7 Sept. 1879; living 
(1915); m. 15 Sept. 1906 Bertha Richardson, dau. of Herbert 
and CaroUne (Moulton), b. at Moultonborough 1 Mar. 1889, 
living (1915). 



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Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Walter George,^° h. 2 Dec. 1908; living (1915). 

2. Evelyn Bertha, b. 31 Dec. 1910; living (1915). 

3. Balph Edward, b. 23 Apr. 1913; living (1915). 

4. Nelson Ramon, b. 17 May 1915; living (1915). 

iv. James Albert, of New Hampton, farmer, b. 16 Apr. 1882; living 

unm. (1915). 
V. Elsie Mary, b. 2 June 1885; living unm. (1915). 
vi. Clarence Waldo, of Plymouth, salesman, b. 3 Oct. 1887; living 

(1915) ; m. 8 Feb. 1913 Marion Florence Chase, dau. of Herbert 

E. and Nina T. (Willdnson), b. at Uxbridge, Mass., 6 Aug. 

1893, living (1915). 

Chil(Jren, b. at Plymouth : 

1. Elvin FarnM«i,'"b. 25 Mar. 1914; living (1915). 

2. Moses Leroy., b. 3 May 1915; living (1915). 
vii. Annie Marilla, b. 15 July 1889; d. 2"5 Dec. 1890. 
viii. Ida, b. 8 July 1892; d. 10 Aug. 1892. 

108. Simeon Dana^ Huckins {Calvin Smith,'' John,^ James,^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,- Roherf), of New Hampton, farmer, carpenter, 
born at New Hampton 1 Aug. 1853, died 5 Jan. 1892. He 
married, 25 Nov. 1876, Mary J. (Hadley) Copp, daughter 
of Lemuel H. and Julia M. (Smith) and widow of Charles G., 
who was Ijorn at Cambridge, Mass., 9 Jan. 1849 and was living 
in 1910 at Ashland. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Dr. John Calvin,^ of Ashland, physician, M.D. (Baltimore Med. 
Coll., 1904), b. 24 Dec. 1878; living (1910); m. 9 Aug. 1905 Susan 
M. Batchelder, dau. of Frank P. and Esther A. (Virgin), b. at 
Loudon 12 Nov. 1878, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at Ashland : 
1. John Haven,'° b. 24 Dec. 1906; living (1915) : 
ii. Mary L., b. 6 Nov. 1880; d. unm. 14 Mar. 1907. 
iii. Caroline E., b. 18 Dec. 1882; living (1910); m. 25 Feb. 1899 
Alberto A. Smith, s. of David M. and Mary L. (Benitez), of 
New Hampton, farmer, b. at Northfield 12 Mar. 1877, living (1910). 
Children, b. at New Hampton : 

1. Ham/ A.,^° b. 25 Feb. 1901 ; living (1915). 

2. Lora B., b. 10 Mar. 1903; d. 6 Apr. 1906. 

3. Julia E., b. 8 .Jan. 1905; living (1915). 

4. Boland 0., b. 1 Feb. 1907; living (1915). 

5. Etta Mai/, b. 6 Feb. 1909; living (1915). 

iv. Harry L., of New Hampton, farmer, b. 1 Oct. 1885; living (1912); 
m. 4 July 1906 Ellen Florence Balloit, dau. of Damon and 
Ellon Florence (Fown), b. at Alexandi-ia 8 Feb. 1892, living (1912). 
Children : 

1. Celia X.,»° b. at Bristol 14 Jan. 1909 ; living (1915). 

2. Florence Ella, b. at Bridgewater 18 Feb. 1911; living (1915). 
V. Simeon Dana, b. Jan. 1887; d. 28 Oct. 1887. 

vi. Elizabeth J., b. 17 Oct. 1889; living (1910); m. 25 Oct. 1901 Milo 
Higgins, s. of Milo J. and Ehza A. (Hunt), of New Hampton, 
farmer, b. at Enfield 15 Feb. 1878, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at New Hampton : 
1. Ida 3Iay,^°h. 1 Nov. 1903; living (1915). 

109. William B.^ Huckins (Nathan,'' Daniel,^ James,^ James,* Rob- 

ert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Boston, railroad employee, born at 
New Hampton 12 June 1832, died 17 Dec. 1907. He married 
at Lowell, Mass., 10 July 1856, Elizabeth B. Tracy, daugh- 
ter of Stephen and Rhoda (Chase), who was born at Enos- 
burg, Vt., 18 Sept. 1831 and died 12 Dec. 1890. 



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Children : 

i. Stella S.,' b. at Lowell, Mass., 22 May 1860; d. 9 Oct. 18G2. , 

ii, Maby Elizabeth, b. at Franklin, Vt., 9 Oct. 1862; d. s.p. 2 Mar. 
1896; m. (1) in Boston, 14 Jan. 1882, William H.Ely, s. of Peter 
and Mary, of Boston, railroad employee, b. at Shelburne Falls, 
Mass., 7 Feb. 1860, d. 16 May 1884; m. (2) 1885 Fred D. 
Chamberlain; m. (3) Charles Hall. 

iii. William E., b. at St. Albans, Vt., 21 Feb. 1865; d. at Lowell, Mass., 
13 Oct. 1871. 

iv. Albert Alonzo (twin), of Somerville, Mass., clerk, b. at Lowell, 
Mass., 30 Apr. 1867; living (1910); m. in Boston, 14 Feb. 1892, 
Margaret Frances Banks, dau. of Michael F. and Bridget 
W. (Lanp;), b. in Boston 31 Jan. 1871, livinp: (1910). 

Children, the first one b. at Maiden, Mass., the next five iu 
Boston, the others at Somerville, Mass. 

1. Elizabeth 31 ^'^ h 26 Sept. 1893; d. 25 Dec. 1893. 

2. Mildred Winifred, b. 31 May 1895; living (1915). 

3. Alberto., b. 5 Mar. 1897; d. 30 Dec. 1897. 

4. Bertha M., b. 4 Mar. 1898; d. 15 Aug. 1899. 

5. Margaret F„ b. 7 Jan. 1900; d. 25 Mar. 1900. 

6. Marion /., b. 5 Mar. 1901; living (1915). 

7. Dorothea E., b. 10 Jan. 1903; living (1915). 

8. William F., b. 9 July 1905 ; living (1915). 

9. Franria X.,h. 8 Dec. 1907; living (1915). 
10. S'rlia, h. 10 June 1910; living (1915). 

V. Ai.HERiiE Melissa (twin), b. at Lowell, Mass., 30 Apr. 1867; d. 
s.p. 14 Oct. 1901; m. in Boston, 30 May 1888, Frederick L. 
Strickland, s. of Charles Seba and Sophronia (Graves ?), of 
Boston, carpenter, b. at Embden, Me., 1865, living (?) (1910). 

110, Alonzo A.^ Huckins (Nathan,'' Daniel,^ James,^ James,'^ Rob- 

ert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Leavenworth, Kans., farmer, born 
at West Rumney, 3 Feb. 1838, died 14 Dec. 1913. He mar- 
ried at Leavenworth, Kans., 16 Jan. 1867, Frances Dunlap, 
daughter of Horace and Lucy (Preston), who was born at 
Lebanon, Conn., 14 July 1838 and was living in 1913 at 
Leavenworth, Kans. 

Children, born at Leavenworth, Kans. : 

i. Percival L.,' of Chicago, publisher, b. 10 Mar. 1868; living s.p. 

(1910) ; m. 23 Sept. 1907 Ida C. Betsinger, adopted dau. of A. S. 

and Clara (Betsinger) Palmer, who was living (1910) at Brookljoi, 

Mich. 

ii. Bertrand, of Leavenworth, Kans., farmer, b. 5 July 1870; living 

unm. (1910). 
iii. Belle, b. 9 Nov. 1871; living (1910); m. 5 Sept. 1895 Horace 
S. Stevenson, s. of Richard and Anne W. (Taylor), of Leaven- 
worth, Kans., photographer, b. at Leavenworth, Kans., 22 June 
1867, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Leavenworth, Kans. : 

1. Margaretta Price,^° b. 15 July 1896; living (1915). 

2. Frances Harriet, b. 25 Dec. 1897; living (1915). 

3. William Taylor, h. 10 June 1900; living (1915). 

iv. Alonzo F., of Leavenworth, Kans., machinist, b. 29 Apr. 1881; 
living unm. (1910). 

111. Charles Wesley^ Huckins (David,'' Daniel,^ James,^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Ashby, Mass., blacksmith, soldier 
in the Civil War (26th Mass. Vol.), born at Meredith 5 
Mar. 1832, died 14 Dec. 1913. He married at Lowell, Mass., 
3 Mar. 1853, Lydla. D. Tarbox, daughter of Andrew L. and 



Sarah J. (Rogers), who was l)orn at Newbuiy, Mass., 2 Apr. 

1836 and was Hving in 1913 at Ashby, Mass. 

Children, the hrst six born at Lowell, Mass., the D€xt three 

at Fitcb'om-g, Mass., the others at Ashby, Mass.: 

i. rREDKRic,^ b. 12 Mar. 1855; d. 13 Mar. ISOj. 

ii. Ella, b. 25 Apr. 1857; living (1910j; m. 24 ^;'. ;!ge F. 

WiiEELKa, s. of Gardner and Martha (Hall). ( Mass., 

piano maker, b. at Chesterfield, N. H., 1 -^ ^^ I ' 1 010). 

Children, the first two b. at Athn^ ^' ivo at 

North Salem, Mass., the others at Li 

1. ^o.se.i°b.21JuIy 1874; living (11)] . vlrew 

Hiltz, s. of William and Eliz:i ^ ' i aster, 

Mass., piano-maker, b. at Chester, 2s. ri., 7 June i.tjtjy, living 
(1915). 

2. AUce 31., b. 17 Oct. 1875: d. 21 Sept. 1876. 

3. AUcp. b. 20 Apr. 1877 ; living (1915) ; m. 28 Nov. 1903 Forest 

Fuller, s. of Warren and Irene (Foster), of Athol, Mass., 
mechanic, b. at Athol, Mass., 27 Feb. 1881. living (1915). 

4. Lula, b. 29 May IsT'.i: l^.,;n; s.n. ;l!>l->i- v.y. 27 Apr. 1905 

Clvde Holland, ■■ cr !(■■, •■, ;n:,i l^i-; ; lu'.-.j, of Leomins- 
ter, Ma.ss.. niuiso -::ik.T, 1. u, I .mu^il. '.;■-.' r-I. S., 12 Mar. 
1881. livin- I l.:i. ;. 

5. Edwrird, of i.r.)i,iiii-!r", Mass., mechanic, b. 30 May 1882; 

living unnt. . I'.ii ' - . 

6. Bessie, b. 11 Si-i-i. 1-:: d. 18 Aug. 1890. 

7. M'/rtle, b. and d. 21 Uct. 1890. 

8. Bernice, b. 6 Jan. 1892 ; living (1915) ; m. 12 Nov. 1912 Arthur 

L. Wass, s. of John P. and Lula (Leighton), of Leominster^ 
Mass., banker, b. at Addison, Me., 23 Nov. 1890, living 
(1915). 
iiii. Sarah Melinda, b. 28 Feb. 1859; living (1913) at Leominster, 

Mass.; m. 1 June 1881 Willard Page, s. of Warren and Mary 

(Brow-n), of Leominster, Mass., piano maker, b. at Winchester, 

N. H., 19 Aug. 1842, d. 1 Sept. 1913. 

Children, the first one b. at Fitchburg, Mass., the others at 

Leominster, Mass. 

1. Florencf,^^ b. 30 Dec. 1882; living (1915); m. 7 Oct. 1909 
Henry A. Crofl', s. of George and Ida (Wheaton), of Leomins- 
ter, Mass., foreman mechanic, b. at Mount Holly, Vt., 23 
Aug. 1882, living (l!)!.".). 

2. Warrni, b. 24 June l>ss7: d. 14 Sept. 1887. 

3. Buth (twin),b. 12 June 1S90; living unm. (1915). 

4. Boy (twin), b. 12 June 1890; liviug'unm. (1915). 

iv. Charles Moses, of Fitchbui-g, Mass., painter, b. 1 Apr. 1861; living 
(1910); m. (1) at Waltham, Mass., 10 Apr. 1886, Ella IS' ye, dau. 
of Freaerick F. and Mar}', b. in California 1865; m. (2) at Ayer, 
Mass., 24 Dec. 1897, Ellen L. Fisher, dau. of Joseph and Leonora 
(Chauncey), b. at Wartown, P. Q., 28 Nov. 1875, living (1910). 
Children by second wife : 

1. William Henry, '^'^ b. at Leominster, Mass., 2 Feb. 1899 ; living 

(1915). 

2. Nora, b. and d. at Byfield, Mass., 1 Oct. 1901. 

3. Charles Wesley, b. at Byfield, Mass., 5 Feb. 1908; d. 21 Feb. 

1903. 

4. Joseph, b. and d. at Fitchburg, Mass., 10 Dec. 1908. 

V. George W., of Winchendon, Mass., engineer, b. 15 Nov. 1865; 
living (1910); m. at Fitchburg, jvlass., 21 F^b. 1893, Mary 
Hessian,. dau. of John and Helen,i'b. in Ireland 1865, d. 22 Mar. 
1909. 

Children : 

1. J?ofeer<,»ob. at Fitchburg, Mass., 1 Apr. 1894; living (1915). 

2. Jolm, b. in Boston 8 Mar. 1895; living (1915). 

3. Hazel May, b. at Leommster, Mass., 27 Nov. 1896 ; living 

(1916). 



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4. Katharine Helen^ b. at Leominster, Mass., 18 Feb. 1899 ; living 

(1915). ^ 

5. George, b. at Fitchburg, Mass., 22 Mar. 1900: living (1915).^^ 
vi. Frank Lincoln, of Ashby, Mass., piano maker, farmer, b. 19 Mar. 

1868; living (1910); m. (1) at Leominster, Mass., 26 Feb. 1890, 
Harriet E. Stewart, dau. of John J. and Jane E. (Smith), b. at 
Otter River, Mass., 7 Nov. 1867, d. 12 Sept. 1898; m. (2) at 
Somerville, Mass., 30 June 1900, Clara Arvilla Robinson, dau. 
of Alma and Josephine E. (Crosby), b. at Westborough, Mass., 20 
June 1871, living (1910). 

Oulv child by second wife, b. at Dorchester, Mass. : 
1. .Vonw«n C.,*" b. 21 Oct. 1902; living (1915). 
vii. Susan Belle, b. 11 Jan. 1871; living (1910); m. at Ashby, Mass., 

5 Dec. 1898, William Wallace Cameron, s. of Charles and Mar- 
garet E. (Littany), of Leominster, Mass., drayman, b. at .South 
Brookfield, N. S., 7 Oct. 1864, living (1910). 

Children, b. at Leomin-' r. ^Tr.v:^. : 

1. (iladiis.'^'^h. 10 July !',■' : i- ^'v i;n5). 

2. Widlace.h. 27 Apr. 1"^ ! Ho). 

viii. Curtis W., of Ashby, Mr,.-., : m -v, •>. 1 Feb. 1872; living (1910); 
m. 28 May 1895 Cora E. Starkev, dau. of David and Augusta C. 
(Lang), b. at Troy, N. H., 20 Sept. 1878, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Ashby, Mass. : 

1. Blanche Hazd,^'^ b. 21 June 1896 ; d. 29 July 1896. 

2. Dorothy B., b. 10 Aug. 1901 ; living (1915). 

3. Beatrice, b. 30 Sept. 1908; living (1915). 
ix. Alice May, b. 15 Oct. 1877; d. 10 Sept. 1878. 

X. Alice Louise, b. 15 Nov. 1S79; Hving (1910); m. at Leominster. 
Mass., 12 Apr. 1898, Arthur H. Symonds, s. of Thomas ana 
Haunah S. (Jaclcson), of Leominster, Mass., mechanic, b. in 
Boston, 5 Apr. 1878, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Leominster. Mass. : 

1. 7?rtvvHond,*'' b. 2 Mar. 189;»'; d. 22 Oct. 1909. 

2. Charles, b. 21 June 1900; d. 18 Sept. 1900. 

3. Theodore, b. 8 Feb. 1902; living (1915). 

4. Eachcl, b. 25 Feb. 1906; living (1915). 

si. Edwin, of Fitchburg, Mass., painter, b. 6 July 1880; living (1910); 
m. at Ashby, Mass., 27 Sept. 1905, Nellelu A. Smith, dau. of 
Walter J. and Emma A. (Coggshali), b. at Ashburnham, Mass., 

6 Apr. 1881, living (1910). 

Children, the first two b. at Ashby, Mass., the thii-d at Fitch- 
burg, Mass. : 

1. Gerald}" h. 2 Oct. 1906; living (1915). 

2. Arnold, b. 7 Feb. 1908; d. 25 Mar. 1908. 

3. Frederick, b. 30 Aug. 1910; living (1915). 

112. George W.^ Huckins {Calvin,'^ Daniel,^ James,^ Janies,^ Rob- 
ert,^ James, "^ Robert^), of Holderness, farmer, soldier in the 
Civil War (N. H. Vol. Heavy Artillery), born at New Hamp- 
ton 27 Mar. 1845, died 7 Aug. 1903. He married, 14 Jan. 
1872, Clara E. Howe, daughter of David and Mary (Sin- 
clair), who was born at Holderness 5 Apr. 1852 and died 
7 Aug. 1903. 

Children, born at Holderness: 
i. Lena,9 b. and d. 8 June 1879. 

ii. Arah Asa, of Holderness, farmer, b. 16 Apr. 1881; living s.p. 
(1910); m. 1 Jan. 1903 Bertha M. Berry, dau. of Samuel and 
Louisa (Denny), b. at Centre Harbor 25 Jan. 1881, living (1910). 
iii. Zaidee Ruzil b. 9 Feb. 1883; living (1910); m. 1 May 1904 
E\'^rett B. Smith, s. of Byron and Adehne (Worthen), of Ashland, 
carpenter, b. at Ashland 22 June 1879, Uving (1910). 



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Children : 

1. Lawrence Everett,'^° h. at Seattle, Wash., 27 May 1906; living 

(1915). 

2. Dorothi/ Clara, b. at Holderness 16 June 1908; living (1915). 

3. Donald Huckins, b. 28 Sept. 1911; living (1915). 

113. Bert^ Huckins (Joseph D./ Daniel,^ James,^ James,'^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Beaver Lake, Mich., lumber dealer, born 
at Bay City, Mich., 12 Dec. 1859, died 7 Dec. 1885. He 
married, 31 Mar. 1882, Jane A. Warner, daughter of Henry 
and Rachel (Miller), who was born at Ausable, Mich., 28 Oct. 
1859 and was living in 1910 at Bay City, Mich. 

Only child: 
i. Katharine Maud,' b. at Beaver Lake, Mich., 9 Apr. 1883; living 

(1910) ; m. 9 Oct. 1907 Willard E. Grant, s. of Arthui- and Mary 

(Jenldns), of Bay City, Mich., deputy postmaster, b. at Kawkawlin, 

Mich., 22 Sept. 1877, living (1910). 
Only child, b. at Bay City, Mich. : 

1. Marian Mhel,^" b. 20 Aug. 1908 ; living (1915). 

114. Albert D.^ Huckins (Dana D.,'' Daniel,^ James, ^ James, ^ Rob- 

ert,^ Janies,^ Robert^), of Fremont, N. H., and Chnton, Mass., 
1908, farmer, born at Lowell, Mass., 23 Mar. 1859, was living 
in 1910. He married, 12 July 1879, Nettie Iola Moore, 
daughter of James H. and Amanda H. (Glover), who was 
born at Bedford 11 July 1865 and was li\dng in 1910. 

Children, the first one born at New Hampton, the others 
at Portland, Me. : 
i. Albertine May,' b. 2 Dec. 1883; living (1910); m. 17 May 

1905 Norman Hoyt, s. of James Drummond and Lavina P. 

(Fickett), of South Portland, Me., clerk, b. at South Portland, 

Me., 29 Sept. 1881, living (1910). 
Only child, b. at South Portland, Me. : 

1. Norma Iola,^° b. 27 Oct. 1908; livmg (1915). 
ii. Dana James, of Clinton, Mass., clerk, b. 1 Nov. 1886; Living unm. 

(1910). 
iii. Clifton Frank, b. 20 Aug. 1902; Uving (1910). 

115. James E.^ Huckins (Benjamin Smith,'' James,^ James,^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Holderness, artisan, soldier in the 
Civil War (6th N. H. Vol.), born at New Hampton 30 Dec. 
1834, died at Annapolis, Md., 19 Jan. 1862. He married 
in 1855 Eliza Jane Piper, daughter of Moses and Rachel 
(Rundlett), who was born at Laconia and died there 6 June 
1860. 

Children, born at Holderness: 
i, George Edwin,^ of Medford, Mass., machinist, b. 26 Mar. 1857; 
living s.p. (1910); m. 8 May 1896 Elba (Piper) Bundt, dau. of 
George and Mary J. (Pickering), adopted dau. of Isaac Colby, 
and former wife of WilUam F. Bundy, b. at Laconia 7 June 
1852, Uving (1910). 
u. Harriet, b. 16 Nov. 1859; living (1910) at Walpole, Mass.; m. 7 
June 1882, as his second wife, William Joseph Green, s. of 
William F. and Sarah A. (Mallard), of Boston, and of Wal- 
pole, Mass., 1887, shipbuilder, farmer, b. at Richmond, Me., 25 
Mar. 1849, d. at Walpole, Mass., 8 Mar. 1903. 



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Children : 

1. Charles 3/.,*° of East Dedham, Mass., automobile demon- 

strator, b. at Winthrop, Mass., 11 Sept. 1883; living (1915) ; 
m. 1 Oct. 1903 Elizabetli M. Sullivan, dan. of Owen and 
Ellen (Berry), b. at Canton, Mass., 20 May 1884, living 
(1915). 

2. Joseph J., of Walpole, Mass., engineer, b. at Everett, Mass., 

17 Dec. 1885; living (1915); m. 16 May 1906 Mary Eva 
Peavey, dau. of Arthur and Mary (Magrane), b. at Fox- 
borough, Mass., 1 Oct. 1886, living (1915). 

116. John Smith^ Huckins {Benjamin Smith,'' James, ^ James, ^ 

James,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Plymouth, 1872, dray- 
man, born at New Hampton 23 Nov. 1845, died 15 Apr. 1898. 
He married, 9 Dec. 1873, Sophie Caldon, daughter of 
Thomas and Sarah (Bagley), who was born at Campton 
11 Jan. 1844 and was living in 1910 at Plymouth. 

Children, born at Plymouth: 
i. Clara Russell,' b. 2-1 Oct. 1876; living unm. (1910). 
ii. Elmer Ellsworth, of Plymouth, bookkeeper, b. 14 Aug. 1879; 
living s.p. (1910); m. (1) 11 Apr. 1900 Gertrude Evelyn 
HoMANS, dau. of Arthur L. and Mary M. (Savage), b. at Law- 
rence, Mass., 2 May 1875, living (1910); m. (2) 5 June 1907 
Pauline Marden, dau. of Charles H. and Blanche (Farnsworth), 
b. at Plymouth 12 Aug. 1886, living (1910). 
iii. Maud, b. 26 Mar. 1884; d. 8 Apr. 1885. 

117. Ransum Dunn^ Huckins (Benjamin Smith,'' James, ^ James, ^ 

James,'^ Robert,^ Jaynes,^ Robeii}) , of Holderness, artisan, born 
at New Hampton 15 July 1848, was living in 1910. He mar- 
ried first, 6 Sept. 1876, Mary Hannah (Smith) Tarlson, 
daughter of George and Rachel (Green) and widow of George 
P., who was born at Campton 20 Mar. 1847 and died 18 Dec. 
1901 ; and secondly, 17 Jan. 1890, Martha E. Bump, daugh- 
ter of Sherman and Mary (Page), who was born at Campton 
in 1866 and was living in 1910. 

Child by first wife, born at Holderness: 
i. Harry N.,^ of Plymouth, travelling salesman, b. 1877; living unm. 
(1910). 

Child by second wife, born at Holderness: 
ii. Frank, of Holderness, farmer, b. 1890; living unm. (1910). 

118. Delos S.^ Huckins {Caleb A.^ James,^ James,^ James,'^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Plymouth, blacksmith, born at Holder- 
ness 30 June 1856, was living in 1910. He married at Wood- 
stock, 3 July 1879, Amy D. Howland, daughter of Moody 
and JuHa (Jackman), who was born at Woodstock 9 Apr. 
1861, married secondly Charles F. Chandler, and died at 
Manchester 11 June 1904. 

Only child: 
i. Howard G.,^ of Concord, boiler maker, b. at Ashland 5 June 1880: 
Hving s.p. (1910); m. 12 Mar. 1904 Florence Perkins, dau. ot 
Forest and Abigail R. (Aldridge), b. at Meredith 13 June 1887, 
Uving (1910). 



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119. Frank J.^ Huckins {Lyman,'' Charles,^ James,^ James,'* Robert,^ 

Jaiyies,"^ Robert^), of Otisco, Mich., 1870, and Coral, Mich., 
1880, farmer, born at Holderness 18 July 1843, was living 
in 1913. He married at Smyrna, Mich., 31 Dec. 1869, 
Amelia A. Hammond, daughter of Horace and Phebe (Fen- 
ton), who was born at China, Mich., 4 Mar. 1847 and died 
25 Feb. 1912. 

Children, born at Otisco, Mich. : 
i. Fred Wayne,^ of Greenville, Mich., drayman, b. 19 Sept. 1872; 
living (1910); m. 4 Mar. 1894 Oral Berry, dau. of Truman and 
Elmina (Dorr), b. at Pine, Mich., 19 May 1S78, living (1910). 
Children, the first one b. at Hiutou, JMich., the others at Mil- 
brook, Mich. : 

1. 3mUe i.'-.iob. 17 June l.H!)r>: liviiio- (191.5). 

2. L. Z>., b. 1 J\lav 1 ■ 'It : liviuu- ( I'Jl.Vi: 

3. Ihu May, b. 2 Ma.v liiol; livhi^- (11)15). 

ii. Ray (twin), of Coral, .Viicii., farmer, b. 2 Mar. 1876; living (1915); 
m. 22 June 1910 Sakie R. Scott, dau. of WiUiam R. and Lydia 
L. (Bearss), b. at Brockway Centre, Mich., 9 Dec. 1880, living 
(1915). 
Children, b. at Pine Township, Mich. : 

1. J-Iazel,^" b. 27 Dec. liJll ; livius; (191.5). 

2. Fern (twin), b. 2 Jan. 1914; living (1915). 

3. Fayp, (twin), b. 2 Jan. 1914; livmg (1915). 

iii. Roy (twin), of Coral, Mich., farmer, b. 2 Mar. 1876; living (1915); 
ni. 20 Jan. 1915 Margaret Scott, dau. of James and Janet 
(Brown), b. in Plympton Township, Ont., 21 Feb. 1881, living 
(1915). 

iv. Herbert Clare, of Everett, Wash., millman, b. 14 Apr. 1878; 
living (1910); m. 15 Apr. 1903 Louise Hadlock, dau. of Chapin 
and Elva (Smith), b. at Milbrook, Mich., 15 Apr. 1886, living 
(1910). 
Children : 

1. Lester Car?,i*'b. at Milbrook, Mich., 25 Julv 1904 ; living (1915) . 

2. Ula Cecile, b. at Cadillac, Mich., 1 Aug. 1910; living "(1915). 

120. Fred Browtst^ Huckins {Lyman,'' Charles,^ James,^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Hebron, farmer, born at Holder- 
ness 25 Sept. 1850, was hving in 1912. He married first, 
19 Aug. 1877, Mary Emma Pierce, adopted daugliter of 
Enoch F. and Mary A. (Swain), who was born at Plvmouth 
8 Mar. 1855 and died 8 July 1883; secondly, 1 June 1892, 
his fourth cousin once removed, Emma M. (Chase) Tilton 
(99, iv, 3), daughter of Nicholas T. and Olive Ann^ 
(Huckins), q.v.; and thirdly, at Plymouth, 29 June 1911, his 
fourth cousin, Lucy Ann^ Huckins (82, iv), daughter of 
Isaac^ and Martha (Glover), q.v. 

Only child, by first wife: 
i. Sydney,^ of Hebron, farmer, b. at Hebron 20 June 1883; living 
unm. (1910). 

121. Charles Clinton^ Huckins {Warren,'' Charles,^ James,^ 

James,^ Robert,^ Jamesj^ Robert^), of Concord, drayman, born 
at Holderness 16 Apr. 1848, was living in 1910. He married, 
6 Feb. 1874, Emma F. Connor, daughter of George B., who 
was born at Lasalle, 111., in 1853 and was living in 1910. 



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Children, born at Lakeport: 

i. Grace V.," b. 26 Apr. 1875; d. 16 Aug. 1875. 

u. Lulu Isabelle, b. 9 Jan. 1877; living s.p. (1910); m. (1) at 
Rochester, 2 Apr. 1899, William D. Pitman, s. of Oren C. and 
Mary A. (Babb), b. at Barnstead 1878, living (1910) at Man- 
chester; m. (2) at Ponacook, 14 Jan. 1909, as Ms second wife, 
Aaron Perkins, s. of John A. and Susan T. (Perldns), of Concord, 
farmer, b. at Centre Harbor 1858, living (1910). 
■ iii. Anna Lucretia, b. 26 Sept. 1881; living (1915); m. 1 Oct. 1914 
Samuel MoREY, s. of Frank and Sarah (Haskins). of Laconia, 
salvation army officer, b. at Bolton, Vt., 1882, livkig (11)15). 

122. Andrew Alvino^ Huckins' (Warren,'' Charles,^ Janies,'^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Tamworth and Tilton', aiillman, 
born at Centre Harbor 28 Aug. 1853, was living in 1910.- 
He married at Meredith, 20 June 1877, Caroline Webster 
HuTCHiNS, daughter of William and Lucinda (Horn), who 
was born at Albany, N. H., 24 Mar. 1852 and was living in 
1910. 

Children, born at Tamworth: 
i. Cora May,' b. 9 Oct. 1878; living s.p. (1910); m. 24 Dec. 1908, as 
his. second wife, Asahel M.^nning, s. of Asahel A. and Mary 
(Newman), of Tilton, weaver, b. at Champlain, Vt., 14 Mar. 1880, 
living (1910). 
ai. Perley A., of Tilton, millman, b. 10 Feb. 1882; living (1914); 
m. 3 June 1908 Jane M. Manning, dau. of Asahel A. and Mary 
(Newman), b. at Lakeport 16 Sept. 1887, living (1914). 
Children : 

1. Asahel AUen,^" b. at Tilton 2 May 1909 ; living (1915) . 

2. Eibia Mabel, b. at Newton 1 Nov. 1910; livina; (1915). 

3. Carl E., b. at Northlield 13 Jan. 1914 ; d. 15 Jan. 1914. 

123. Alvah P.^ Huckins {Timothy P. Smith,'' Charles,^ James,^ 

James,* Robert,^ James, ^ Robert^), of Ashland, farmer, born at 
New Hampton ip Jan. 1853, was living in 1910. He married 
first, 30 Nov. 1880, Ada B. Crawford, daughter of Cephas 
R. and Elmira (Jackson) , who was born at Plymouth 14 June 
1859 and died 26 Aug! 1883; and secondly, 4 Dec. 1886, 
his fourth cousin Ruby Plaisted, daughter of Samuel S. 
. and CeHa Louvan (Albee) and granddaughter of Wilham 
(8, iv, 3), who was born at Centre Harbor 25 May 1865 and 
was living in 1910. 

Child by first wife: 
i. Nellie Maud,^ b. at New Hampton 31 Aug. 1881; living unm. 
(1910) at Laconia. 

Children by second wife : 

ii. Ada Louvan, b. at Ashland 30 Apr. 1888; living unm. (1910). 

iii. Madeline, b. at Centre Harbor 22 July 1891; d. 4 Dec. 1891. 

iv. Grace Theo, b. at Ashland 1 Mar. 1894; living (1914); m. 1 Mar. 
1913 Charles Harold Eastman, s. of Charles Alvin and Laura 
Ellen (Perkins), of Ashland, telephone manager, b. at Holderness 
31 Mar. 1888, living (1914). 

V. Herman Alvah, b. at Ashland 4 July 1896; living (1910). 

124. Rodney H.^ Huckins (Timothy P. Sviith,'' Charles,^ James,^ 

James* Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, 



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born at New Hampton 7 Apr. 1858, died 15 June 1912. He 
married, 24 Nov. 1891, Luna B. Bartlett, daughter of 
Joseph J. and Lydia L. (Aikley), who was born at Suncook 
20 Mar. 1871 and died 14 Mar. 1904. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Carl Rodney,^ b. 3 Oct. 1893; d. 4 Oct. 1893. 
ii. Susan Lydia, b. 20 Aug. 1894; living unm. (1910). 
iii. Jessie E., b. 1 Apr. 1896; d. 12 May 1897. 
iv. Claire B., b. June 1897; d. 13 Sept. 1899. 
V. Floyd Elmore, b. 16 Oct. 1900; living (1910). 
vi. Harold, b. 11 Nov. 1903; adopted by Stephen Almon* Hucking 
(39, ii); living (1910). 

125. Willis E.^ Huckins {Timothy P. Smith,'' Charles,^ James,^ 

Ja7nes,'^ Robert,^ James,- Robert^), of Centre Harbor, farmer, 

born at New Hampton 30 Nov. 1860, died 18 June 1910. 

He married first, in 1884, Mary Sorel, daughter of Marcel 

and Flora (Choquette), who was born at Rumney 5 Nov. 

1866, married secondly Henry 0. Chase, and was living in 

1910 at New Hampton; and secondly, 4 May 1897, Ida M. 

(Fifield) Rogers, daughter of Freeman and Roxanna M. 

(Johnson) and former wife of Fred M., who was born at 

Bolton, P. Q., 3 July 1864 and was living in 1910 at Laconia. 
Children by first wife, born at New Hampton: 

i. Arthur Edward,^ of Centre Harbor, farmer, b. 27 Oct. 1884; living 
s.p. (1910) ; m. 31 Oct. 1906 Mary Emma Perkins, dau. of Charles 
Oilman and Rose L. (Mclntu-e), b. at Meredith 1 Nov. 1889, liv- 
ing (1910). 

ii. Winnie Leona, b. 19 Aug. 1887; living (1912); m. 28 May 1911 
Henry Hector Lalande, s. of Adolphe and Zulima (Valle), of 
Laconia, stock keeper, b. at Ogdensburg, N. Y., 4 Apr. 1881, 
living (1912). 

iii. Oscar Sumner, b. 22 Feb. 1890; d. 23 Apr. 1900. 

iv. Guy B., of Centre Harboj, drayman, b. 31 Mar. 1892; livings 
(1914); m. 28 Nov. 1912 Blanche G. Hawkins, dau. of George 
and Mary (Plaisted), b. at Ashland 30 Apr. 1894, living (1914). 

Only child, b. at Centre Harbor : 
1. EiUh ^.,i»b. 10 Jan. 1914; living (1915). 

V. Minnie Belle, b. 29 Sept. 1894; d. 21 Oct. 1894. 

vi. Edgar Otis, b. 21 Sept. 1895; living (1910). 

126. Victor^ Huckins {Timothy P. Smith,'' Charles,^ James,^ James,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of New Hampton, farmer, born at 
New Hampton 17 May 1870, was living in 1910. He mar- 
ried, 6 Sept. 1891, Elizabeth May Moulton, daughter of 
Wesley F. and Carohne E. (Moulton), who was born at 
Moultonborough 23 Mar. 1870 and was living in 1910. 

Children, born at New Hampton: 
i. Florence Lillian,^ b. 12 May 1894; d. 3 Oct. 1894. 
ii. Vernib May, b. 25 July 1895; living unm. (1910). 
iii. Millie Grace, b. 4 May 1899; d. 23 Apr. 1900. 
iv. Harvey W., b. 31 July 1902; living (1910). 

127. Robert^ Huckins {Moses,'' Robert,^ Robert,^ John* Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Loudon, farmer, born at Lee about 1804, 
died 12 Nov. 1846. He married, about 1835, Charlotte 



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Perkins, daughter of Jonathan C. and Hannah (Dennett), 
who was born at Loudon 4 Oct. 1804 and died 7 Mar. 1885. 

Children, born at Loudon: 
i. Hannah A.,^ b. 17 Au?. 1839; living (1910) at Loudon; m. at 
GHmanton, 1 May 1859, Charles E. Sanborn, s. of Nathaniel 
L. and Nancy (Lougee), of Loudon, farmer, b. at Loudon 23 Sept. 
1835, d. 21 Mar. 1909. 

Only child, b. at Loudon : 
1. Minnie JV.,^'^ b. 12 Oct. 1865; d. unm. 2 June 1896. 
ii. John J. A., of Loudon, farmer, b. 20 Apr. 1842; d. 17 June 1911; m. 
1 May 1864 Emma Harper, dau. of Joseph C. and Phebe (San- 
born), b. at Loudon 4 May 1844, d. 27 Nov. 1906. 

Only child, b. at Loudon : 
1. Bertha L./f* b. 5 Apr. 1866; living s.p. (1915) ; m. 23 Apr. 1898 
John W. Stevens, s. of Tristram B. and Martlia A. (Hodgdon) , 
of Loudon, farmer, b. at Loudon 5 Dec. 185(J, living (1915). 
iii. Mart J., b. 1 Dec. 1844; d. 1 May 1900; m. at Loudon, 1 May 
1867, Smith L. Morrill, s. of Joseph G. and Chmena A. (Brown) 
(Samuel Ames Family, p. 17), of Canterbury, farmer, b. at Can- 
terbury 8 Oct. 1842, d. 31 Mar. 1907. 
Children, b. at Canterbury : 

1. Joseph (S".,'" of Laconia, merchant, b. 22 Apr. 1869; living s.p. 

(1915) ; m. 7 Sept. 1892 Ina M. Stone, dau. of Hiram C and 
Lucinda (Lane), b. at Webster 29 Sept. 1868, living (1915). 

2. John i/., of Newport, Vt., merchant, b. 14 Apr. 1872; living 

(1915) ; m. 11 Dec. 1895 Alice J. Brock, dau. of Robert C. 
and Martha H. (Rhodes), b. at Whitinsville, Mass., 13 Nov. 
1871, living (1915). 

3. Susan C, b. 20 June 1879 ; d. 12 May 1880. 

128. Jonathan D.^ Huckins (Moses,"^ Robert,^ Robert,^ John,^ Rob- 

ert,^ James,^ Robert), of Lee, farmer, born at Lee 12 Jan. 1806, 
died 23 Jan. 1860. He married first, 2 Dec. 1830, Eleanor 
A. Page, daughter of Daniel and Judith (WTiitehouse), who 
was born at Rochester in 1810 and died 5 Aug. 1842; secondly, 
21 Feb. 1843, Nancy D. Gooch, daughter of Joseph and 
Nancy (Davis), who was born at Alton 1 Apr. 1818 and died 
19 Mar. 1853; and thirdly, at Haverhill, Mass., 8 Dec. 1853, 
Mary A. L. Dame, daughter of Jason and Mary (Sias), who 
was born at Portsmouth 19 Jan. 1822, married secondly, in 
Boston, 8 July 1861, Moses P. Sias, and died in Boston 
18 May 1882. 

Children by first wife: 
i. William W.,^ of South Lee, farmer, b. at Lee 23 Dec. 1833; d. unm. 

31 Jan. 1862. 
ii. Eleanor Jane, b. at Lee 19 Apr. 1837; living (1910) at South Lee; 
m. at Lawrence, Mass., 24 Jan. 1859, George W. Plumer, s. of 
George and Sarah (Westcott), of South Lee, farmer, auctioneer, 
poet, b. at Nottingham 21 Nov. 1828, d. 26 Dec. 1901. 

Only child, b. at South Lee : 
1. William ^.,^° of South Lee, merchant, auctioneer, b. 17 Sept. 
I860; living (1915); m. 29 Dec. 1880 Kate E. Harvey, dau. 
of Daniel Albert and Elizabeth (Smith), b. at Nottingham 
29 Mar. 1858, living (1915). 

Only child by second wife: 
iii. George Kittredge, of South Lee, farmer, b. at Lee 26 Oct. 1847; 
living unm. (1910). 

129. AsA^ Huckins (Robert,'' Israel,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ 



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Robert^), of Strafford, farmer, born at Barrington (Strafford) 
21 Dec. 1807, died 29 Sept. 1878. He married, 1-4 Feb. 1835, 
Elizabeth^ Seavey, daughter* of Shadrach^ (William,^ Wil- 
liam,=* Beniamin,^ Thomas^) and Susanna (Leavitt), who was 
born at Chichester 27 Dec. 1807 and died at Northwood 7 
Jan. 1894. 

Children: 
i. George Washington,^ of Nortliwood, farmer, b. at Strafford 
12 Nov. 1830; d. 15 Apr. 1913; m. 1 Jan. 1867 Abigail Eldridge' 
BuzzELL, dau. of Harry B.^ and Eliza Oilman (Berry), b. at Straf- 
ford Ridge 27 Mar. 1848, who m. (2) 31 Jan. 1892 Henrv C. Orr 
of Buffalo, N. Y., and d. at Rochester, N. Y., 14 Nov. 1896. 
Children: 

1. Harry Lletvellvn,^° of Northwood, farmer, b. at Nottingham 3 

Mar. 1868 ; living s.p'. (1915) ; m. 1 Jan. 1891 Ella A. Emer- 
son, dau. of John A. and Hannah (Dav), b. at Northwood 
13 Oct. 1856, living (191.5). 

2. C(yra Evdyn, b. at Kensington 12 Oct. 1871 ; living (1915) ; m. 

Melvin j. Gerrish, of Dover, b. at Pover 1874. 

3. George Eldri(h!<\ of Svi'aciise. N. Y.. printer, b. at Madbury 18 

July 1879; I'ivii;.-- ( PJir,) ; m. is Sept. 1900 Harriet M. Foster, 

dau. of Frank W and Hainiah L. (Turner), b. at Portland, 

Me., 10 Apr. 1879. living (1915). 

ii. Charles A., of Strafford, farmer, b. at Strafford 19 July 1845; d. 

21 Aug. 1880; m. June 1867 Laura C. Hill, dau. of Joseph and 

Mary S. (Boody), b. at Strafford 14 July 1848, living (1910) at 

Strafford. 

Only child, b. at Strafford : 
1. Albert,^° b. 13 Dec. 1868; d. in New^York City in Aug. 1884. 

130. Robert^ Huckins (Robert, "^ Israel,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ 
James,^ Robert^), of Strafford and of Madbury, farmer, born 
at Strafford 8 July 1821, died 2 Jan. 1888. He married, 
3 July 1852, Mary A. Paul, daughter of Benjamin and Lydia 
(Hodgdon), who was born at Rollinsford 3 Mar. 1828 and died 
16 Apr. 1910. 

Children, born at Madbury: 
i. L-i-DiA Ellen,9 b, 15 Feb. 1856; living unm. (1910) atStrafford. 
ii. Frank Wolcott, of Roxbury, Mass., poUce officer, b. 9 Sept. 1860; 
Living (1910); m. (1) 15 Oct. 1889 Marietta L. Valentine, dau. 
of John E. and Jane (Paul), b. in Boston, 13 Dec. 1862, d. 17 Oct. 
1906; m. (2) 3 Aug. 1908 Katharine V. (Neal) Moody, dau. of 
Eugene B. and Anne M. (Manning) and wadow of Humphrey E., 
b. at Haverhill, Mass., 6 Nov. 1873, hving (1910). 

Children by first wife, the third one b. at Strafford, the others in 
Boston : 

1. Edfiar Wolcott}'^ of Roxburv, Mass. (student at Mass. Inst. 

tech.), b. 24 Feb. 1891; living unm. (1915). 

2. Howard Eliot, of Roxbury, Mass., student at Harvard College, 

b. 3 Feb. 1895 ; living unm. (1915). 

3. iVarion Valentine, b. 24 Sept. 1900; living (1915). 

4. 3Iabel Clarendon, b. 2 Feb. 1902; living (1915). 

iii. Edgar Irving, of StrafTord, farmer, b. 19 Sept. 1862; living (1910); 
m. 3'lMar. 1902 Adeline May Hill, dau. of John and Laura 
(lumball), b. at Strafford 3 Mar. 1886, living (1910). 

•Statement of Mrs. A. C. Hall, of Stamford, Conn., who has in hand a Seavey 
Geneology. She calls attention to the error in Parsons' Rye, p. 527, where Tliomas' 
Seavey, who took the freeman's oath at Exeter 14 July 1657 is stated to have been a 
son of John* Seavey (William'). 



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Children, b. at Strafford : 

1. Gertrude,^" b. 6 Jan. 1905; living unm. (1915). 

2. Walter Lorenzo, b. 28 Sept. 1907 ; living (1915). 

3. Ilary Etta, h. 31 Mar. 1910; living (1915). 

131. Samuel W.^ Huckins {Israel,'^ Israel,^ Robert,^ John,^ Robert,^ 

James,'^ Robert^), of Dorchester, Mass., 1845, innkeeper, farmer, 
born at Barrington (Strafford) 5 Oct. 1817, died at Bedford, 
Mass., 7 Feb. 1892. He married at Dorchester, Mass., in 
1843, Sarah E. Thayer, daughter of Mmot and Angelette 
(Hohnes), who was born at Milton, Mass., 21 June 1826 and 
died in Boston 28 Dec. 1902. 

Children: 

i. Albert E.," of East Milton, Mass., photographer, b. at Dorchester, 

Mass., 12 Oct. 1843; d. s.p. 7 July 1910; m. 7 June 1869 Ellen 

C. Skinner, dau. of George and Sarah (Adams), b. at Milton, 

Mass., 7 July 1847, living (1912) kt. East Milton, Mass. 

ii. Mary Atherton, b. at Needham, Mass., 31 Mar. 1846; d. un'rn. at 

Medfield, Mass., 16 Jan. 1909. 
iii. Henry G., of Bedford, Mass., mechanic, b. at Dorchester, Mass., 
9 Mar. 1849; living (1910); m. at Bedford, Mass., 25 May 1874, 
Henrietta Pushee, dau. of James M. and Mary A., b. at Bedford, 
Mass., 14 May 1850, d. 20 June 1884. 

Children, the first one b. in Boston, the others at Bedford, 
Mass. : 

1. Samuel Wnldron,'^" of Wbods Hole, Mass., farm superintendent, 

b. 23 Feb. 1875; living s.p. (1915) ; m. in Boston 4 Feb. 1901 
Mary Gertrude (Green) Adams, dau. of Gcorgi; and Mary P. 
(Bowen) and widow of William AY are, b. at C:harlestown, 
Mass., 21 May ]8fi8, living (1915). 

2. Lnrinri A/hnini/. of Middleborough, Mass.. painter, b. 17 Sept. 

1878 : Vi\ iim- .'i./i. ( 1915) ; m. 29 May 1900 Mabel Atwood, dau. 
of Eljeu 11. and Rebecca S. (Downing), b. at Middleborough, 
Mass., 31 Jan. 1879, living (1915). 

3. Sarah E., b. 7 Aug. 1880; living (1915); m. at Lexington, 

Mass., 15 Jan. 1902 Alfred E. Murdoch, s. of George H. and 
Sarah (Noonan), of Woburn, Mass., machinist, musician, 
soldier in the Spanish AVar, b. at Woburn, Mass., 23 June 
1880, living (1915). 

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132. Israel^ Huckins (Israel,'^ Israel,^ Robert,^ John* Robert,^ 

James, ^ Robert^), of Boston, merchant, born at Strafford 15 
Nov. 1824, died at Woburn, Mass., 30 July 1875. He mar- 
ried first, at Roxbury, Mass., 7 Aug. 1853, Jane Waldron, 
daughter of Daniel B. and Drusilla (Parshley), who was born 
at Roxbury, Mass., in May 1835 and died in Boston, 10 Aug. 
1860; and secondly, .1 Oct. 1865, Sarah E. Wilson, daugh- 
ter of Wiiham and Mary Ann (Beatteay), who was born at St. 
John, N. B., 15 July 1836 and was living in 1910 at Sharon, 
Mass. 

Only child by first wife : 
i. A CHiLD,^ b. and d. at Roxbury, Mass., 2 May 1856. 

Only child bj^ second wife: 
ii. George F., of Sharon, Mass., merchant, b. in Boston, 17 Dec. 1866; 

livmg (1910); m. in Boston, 12 Oct. 1891, Caroline E'. Staus, dau. 

of George G. and Louisa A. (Roesger), b. in Boston, 10 Mar. 1873, 

Uving (1910). 



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Children, b. in Boston : 

1. Warren IsraeL^° b. 20 Apr. 1893; livina; (1915). 

2. Euth, b. 12 May 1896; living imm. (1915). 

133. AzARiAH W.^ HucKiNS (Israel,'' Israel,^ Robert,^ John,* Robert,^ 

James,'^ Roherf), of Northwood, 1853, Nashua, 1856, cord- 
wainer, soldier in the Civil War (3d N. H. Vol.), born at Straf- 
ford 3 Oct. 1831, died at Hilton Head, S. C, 20 Aug. 1862. 
He married, 30 Nov. 1854, Elizabeth M. Page, who was born 
in 1833 and died at Northwood 1 Oct. 1855. 

Only child: 
i. A S0N,9 b. at Northwood 1855; d. 7 Feb. 1856. 

134. Capt. George Warren^ Huckins (Israel,'' Israel,^ Robert,^ 

John,'^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Appleton, Wis., 1866, 
manufacturer, officer in the Civil War (4th N. H. Vol.), born 
at Strafford 10 May 1838, died 30 Jan. 1911. He married, 
2 Jan. 1866, Carlotta D. Carleton (63, ii, 1), daughter 
of Dudley B. and Ruth D.^ (Huckins), g.v.. 

Children, born at Davenport, Iowa: 
i. MiNOT Sanborn,^ of Appleton, Wis., manufacturer, b. 26 Mar. 

1868; Uving unm. (1910). 
ii. ZoE Sibley, b. 31 Aug. 1869; Uving (1915); m. 4 Dec. 1894 George 
Halliday Flinn, s. of John L. and Kate (Brady), of Peoria, 111., 
builder, b. at Peoria, lU., 31 Aug. 1869, hving (1915). 
Children, b. at Peoria, 111. : 

1. Z'le Carlotta,^" h. 9 July 1904; living (1915). 

2. Mabel Buth, b. 11 July 1913; living (1915). 

iii. Walter Ernest, of Appleton, Wis., musician, b. 23 Nov. 1873; 
living unm. (1910). 

iv. Ethel Ruth, b. 29 Nov. 1884; living s.p. (1910); m. 27 Apr. 1904 
Carl H. Zimmerman, s. of Dr. John and Laura (Meier), of Chicago, 
merchant, b. at St. Charles, Mo., 15 July 1882, hving (1910). 

135. Andrew^ Huckins (John D.,'' Andrew,^ Robert,^ John,* Robert,^ 

James,"^ Robert^), of Alton, farmer, born at Madbury 19 Apr. 
1820, died 6 Nov. 1894. He married, 6 Nov. 1845, Maria J. 
Chamberlain, daughter of John and Abigail (Stevens), who 
was born at Alton 1 Nov. 1823 and died 27 Apr. 1893. 

Children, born at Alton: 
i. Mary A.,9 b. 9 Sept. 1848; d. 21 Sept. 1904; m. 9 Feb. 1868 Horace 
P.*^ BooDY, s. of Harrison^ and Tamson L. (Ham), of New Durham, 
farmer, treasurer, soldier in the Civil War (10th N. H. Vol.), b. 
at Alton 14 Apr. 1844, who m. (2) 9 Sept. 1905 Mary C. Berry, 
widow, and was Uving (1910). 

Only child, b. at New Durham : 
1. Ethel Ji.,»''b. 28 Nov. 1868; d. 18 Jan. 1913; m. 18 Aug. 1887 
Eugene F. Simonds, s. of William A. and Mary E. (Smith), 
of Sharon, Vt., farmer, b. at Sharon, Vt., 26 Sept. 1868, 
living (1915). 
ii. Sylvester B., of Alton, farmer, b. 21 Mar. 1852; living (1910); m. 
5 July 1874 Georgianna L. Berry, dau. of John and Nancy M. 
(Phelps), b. at Wilmot Flat 2 June 1855, Uving (1910). 

Only child, b. at Alton : 
1. Augusta B.,^° b. 20 Feb. 1877 ; living (1915) ; m. 16 Sept. 1909, 
as his second wife, Frederick T. Hunt, s. of Charles and 
Emma (Dustiu), of West Lebanon, station agent, b. at Seven 
Oaks, CO. Kent, Eng., 24 Sept. 1867, living (1915). 



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iii. Alice R., b. 30 Jan. 1862; living (1910); m. 4 July 1883 Geohge A. 
Sackett, s. of Noble and Ruby (Jacobs), of Barnstead, farmer, b. 
at Barnstead 23 Sept. 1861, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Barnstead : 

1. Austin H.,^° of Barnstead, farmer, b. 20 Dec. 1884 ; d. unm. 27 

Mar. 1904. 

2. Carroll A., b. 19 Feb. 1887 ; d. unm. 3 Jan. 1906. 

3. Lois J., b. 7 Aug. 1888; d. 29 Aug. 1889. 

136. John Ira^ Huckins (John D./ A7idreiv,^ Robert,^ John* Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Alton and of Farmington, farmer, born at 
Madbury 15 Jan. 1830, died 8 Nov. 1911. He married, 
3 Nov. 1853, Abigail W. Whitehouse, daughter of Andrew 
and Mary T. (Wise), who was born at Sanford, Me., 6 Aug. 
1831 and died 25 Jan. 1898. 

Children : 
i. Mary Estelle,* b. at Alton 10 Nov. 1854; d. 27 Dec. 1863. 
ii. Hannah Edna Isabelle, b. at Alton 11 May 1S5S; living (1912); 
m.. (1) 24 June 1882 Dana R. Berry, s. of James Demeritt and 
Hannah" (Foss), of Strafford, farmer, b. at Strafford 13 May 1856, 
living (1910); m. (2) 28 July 1902 Paul Henry Peavey, s. of 
John D. and Emily (Furber), of Farmington, stonemason, b. at 
Farmington 24 Jan. 1846, d. 25 Jan. 1909; m. (3) 28 July 1910, as 
his second wife, Frank P. McDuffee, s. of James and Abigail 
(Palmer), of Rochester, farmer, b. at Rochester 18 Feb. 1858. 
living (1912). 

Only chUd by first husband, b. at Strafford : 
1. Brilph Linwood,^° of Strafford, farmer, b. 28 June 1883; living 
unm. (1915). 
iii. John Andrew, of Farmington, farmer, b. at Farmington 23 Feb. 
1866; living (1910); m. 17 May 1886 Ethel M. Scruton, dau. 
of Daniel and Vienna (Brock), b. at Strafford 17 May 1867, living 
(1910). 
Children, b. at Farmington : 

1. Everett Cruii,^° oi Farmington, farmer, b. 17 Juue 1887; living 

unm. (1915). 

2. Lnura Edna, b. 5 July 1888; living unm. (1915). 

3. Mnry Esther, b. 21 July 1889; living unm. (1915). 

4. Alden Dana, of Farmington, farmer, b. 20 Feb. 1891 ; living 

num. (1915). 

5. Jnhn Leslie, b. 7 Sept. 1901; living (1915). 

6. Abigail Scruton, b. 17 Mar. 1906; living (1915). 

iv. Laura Susan, b. at Farmington 24 Mar. 1888; living (1910); m. 
12 June 1901 Rev. Albert Syze, s. of James F. and Martha B. 
(Griffin), of Yorktown Heights, N. Y., and of Bolton, Mass., 
clergyman, b. at Yorktown Heights, N. Y., 30 Nov, 1867, living 
(1910). 
Children : 

1. Karl Ira,^° b. at Yorktown Heights, N, Y., 4 Jan. 1903 ; living 

(1915). 

2. Clyde Albert, b. at Bolton, Mass., 21 Dec. 1908; living (1915). 

137. John B.^ Huckins {Robert Levi,'' Andrew,^ Robert,^ John,*- 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Madbury and of Farmington, 
1906, farmer, county commissioner, 1882, born at Madbury 
9 Oct. 1827, died 6 Aug. 1913. He married, in 1851, Mary A. 
Morrison, daughter of Nehemiah and Mary (French), who 
was born at Alton 5 July 1831 and died 15 Apr. 1906. 

Children, born at Madbury: 
i. Ida M. ,9 b. 1851; d. 1865, 
ii, Charles, d, in infancy. 



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iii. Elijah Austin of Salem, Mass., shoemaker, b. 16 Feb. 1856; living 

s.p* (1610.; m. 31 Dec. 18/9 Jennette A. Page, dau. of John B. 

and Mary A. (Dudley), b. at Northwood 4 Feb. 1855, living 

(1910). 
iv. Arabella V., b. 26 June 1861; d. 13 Sept. 1910; in. 12 Aug. 1885 

David W. Gate, s. of David O. and Emily A. (Oilman), of Farm- 

inp:ton, cleric, b. at Rollinsford 10 Mar. 1864, living (1910). 
Only cl-Ud, b. at Dover: 

1. Clx'nies .-l.,io b. 27 Nov. 1886; d. 7 Mar. 1887. 
V. Mary Augusta, b. 21 Mar. 1869; living (1915); m. at Portsmouth, 

15 Nov. 1913, David W. Gate, surviving husband of her sister 

Arabella V., q.v. 

138. Robert Levi^ Huckins (Robert LeviJ Andrew,^ Robert,^ John,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Roberf), of Charlestown, Mass., warden, born 
at Madbury 24 Dec. 1840, died 27 Oct. 1894. He married at 
Dover, 15 Mar. 1863, Sarah Jane Tucker, daughter of John 
and Eliza (HuzzejO, who was born at Dover 30 Sept. 1840 and 
was Hving in 1910 at Haverhill, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Laura Gertrude,^ b. at Dover 12 Jan. 1864; living s.p. (1910); m. 

at Goncord, Mass., 30 May 1885, Harry S. Lyman, s. of George 

D. and Hannah (Plummer), of Medford, Mass., turnkey, b. at 

Milton, N. H., 15 Aug. 1852, Uving (1910). 

ii. Edward Lincoln, b. at Dover 4 Dec. 1869; d. at Charlestown, Mass., 

25 Apr. 1870. 
iii. Bernice Honora, b. at Gharlestowm, Mass., 25 .July 1873; li\'ing 
(1910); m. 22 Feb. 1897 Amos H. Kimball, s. of James V. and 
Sarah (KimbaU), of Haverhill, Mass., travelling salesman, b. at 
Newton, N. H., 14 Nov. 1872, living (1910). 

Children, the first one b. at Newton, N. H., the others at Haver- 
hill, Mass. : 

1. 3Inrion 6/.,»''b. 21 Dec. 1897; living (1915). 

2. Dorothii E., b. 1 Auar. 1899; living (1915). 

3. Robert B., b. 31 Dec. 1900; living (1915). 

iv. John'Waldo, b. at Gharlestown, Mass., 15 May 1875; d. at Concord, 
Mass., 10 Feb. 1879. 

139. Abraham W.^ Huckins {Joseph,'' John,^ John,^ John,* Robert,^ 

James,^ Roberf), of Boston, 1843, carpenter, born at Barring- 
ton (Strafford) 25 May 1817, died 28 Jan. 1863. He married, 

18 Feb. 1841, Elizabeth Parshley, daughter of John and 
Mar}- (?) (Foss), who was born at Strafford. 

Children, born in Boston : 
i. George W.,^ b. 24 Feb. 1849; d. 10 Apr. 1849. 
ii. Josephine E., b. July 1850; d. 14 Oct. 1851. 
iii. Charles A., b. 3 Sept. 1853. 

He is said to have had two other sons, who were killed in the Civil 
War, and who must, therefore, have been born earher than the 
children given above. 

140. Daniel W.^ Huckins {Jo&eph,'' John,^ John,^ John,* Robert,^ 

James,^ Roberf), of Strafford, farmer, born at Strafford 

19 Aug. 1828, cUed 5 Feb. 1899. He married, 18 Nov. 1874, 
Mercy A. Yeaton, daughter of John and Susan (Haley), who 
was born at Strafford 27 Aug. 1846 and died 2 Aug. 1912. 

* He had an adopted daughter, Helen, born at Southbridge, Mass., living (1915) at 
Salem, Mass., teacher. ^ 



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Children, born at Strafford: 
LiLLA F.,3 b. 10 Oct. 1876; Imng unm. (1910). 
Myra E., b. 14 Oct. 1878; Uving unm. (1910). 
. Alice M., b. 4 May 1882; living (1915); m. 1 Oct. 1913 John A. 
Paulson, s. of Samuel and Caroline (Wilson), of Farmington, 
farmer, b. near Stockholm, Sweden, 21 Dec. 1874, living (1915). 

Child, b. at Farmington : 
1. Ruth Ah-iua,^^ h. 3^ Aug. 1914; living (1915). 
iv. Fred E., of Strafford, town clerli, b. 17 Apr. 1884; Living unm. 

(1910). 
V. Clarence D., of Strafford, farmer, b. 3 Jan. 1887; living unm. 

(1910). 
vi. Emma A., b. 25 June 1888; living (1915); m. at Centre Strafford, 
26 June 1912, Ivers L. Wetherbeb, s. of Levi K. and Mary E. 
(Cram), of Arlington, Mass., jeweler, b. at South Reading, Vt., 
14 May 1S75, living (1915). 

Child, b. at Arlington, Mass. : 
1. Eleanor,^'' b. 2 Apr. 1915. 

141. Joseph^ Huckins {Joseph,'' John,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Ipswich, Mass., farmer, born at Strafford 
28 Dec. 1833, died 23 June 1880. He married, 23 Jan. 1859, 
Elizabeth B. Coombs, daughter of Samuel and Alice (Rob- 
erts), who was born at Atkinson, Me., 27 Dec. 1839 and died 
in Boston, 15 Mar. 1892. 

Children, born at Ipswich, Mass. : 
i. Alice L.,« b. 7 Dec. 1860; d. 7 Mar. 1869. 
ii. Ida E., b. 17 Mar. 1865; Uving (1910); m. 10 Dec. 1884 John 

Henry Proctor, s. of Joseph, Jr., and Lucretia (Stanwood), of 

Brookline, Mass., building contractor, b. at Essex, Mass., 29 June 

1862, hving (1910). 
Children, the first two b. at Ipswich, Mass., the third at Essex, 

Mass., the next two at Dorchester, Mass., the last at Brighton, 

Mass. : 

1. Laila (?.,»" b. 10 May 188fi; living unm. (1915). 

2. Joseph H., of Watertown, Mass.. carpuuter, b. 24 Feb 1887 

living (1915) ; m. 5 June 1912 Gertrude Clarice, dau. of Frank 
and Mai-v (Pepoou), b. at Waterbury, Conn., 13 Apr. 1886 
living (1915). 

3. AJice L., b. 11 Feb. 1888;^living (1915) ; m. 21 Apr. 1913 Brad- 

ford Cushing Edwards^s. of Frank and Persis Davis (Bray), 
of Newton, Mass., piano manufacturer, b. at Newton Centre. 
Mass., 19 Jan. 1890, living (1915). 

4. aiadiis O., b. 30 Apr. 1893; d. 24 Feb. 1894. 

5. Vioia a., b. 19 Jan. 1894; living unm. (1915). 

6. Melba L., b. 14 Apr. 1895; living unm. (1915). 

iii. Joseph A., of Ipswich, Mass., superintendent of highways, b. 12 Oct. 
1866; living unm. (1910). 

142. Dea. Barzillai^ Huckins {Nathaniel,'' James,^ John,^ John,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Greene, Iowa, 1871, farmer, born 
at Charleston, Me., 8 Mar. 1816, died 7 Feb. 1901. He 
married at Charleston, Me., 1 Nov. 1842, Jane A. Stimpson, 
daughter of David and Susanna, who was born at Union, Me., 
12 Mar. 1819 and died 6 June 1884. 

Children, born at Charleston, Me. : 
i. Dr. Charles Clifton,^ of Greene, Iowa, physician, b. 19 July 1843; 
d. 17 Aug. 1895; m. 24 Dec. 1876 Pauline S. Doore, dau. of Jael 
and Sarah (Cushing), b. at Atkinson, Me., 26 Oct. 1849, living 
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Only child, b. at Greene, loAva : 
1. Ethel IS.,^'^ b. 19 May 1878 ; living umn. (1915) at Greene, Iowa. 

ii. William R., b. 24 July 1845; d. 29 Dec. ISGl. 

iii. Julian Montgomery, b. 13 June 1849; d. 4 Jan. 1862. 

iv. George A., b. 20 July 18.51; d. 28 Dec. ISQl. 

V. Francis W., of Greene, Iowa, farmer, b. 29 Sept. 1854; d. 27 Mar. 
1900; m. (1) 3 Oct. 1878 Kate Leeman, dau. of Cyrus P. and 
Amelia A. (Whitmore), b. at Hannibal, Mo., 15 July 1860, d. 
18 Feb. 1882; m. (2) 6 Oct. 1883 Atieline A. Stevens, dau. of 
Edwin F. and Ellen (Peabody), b. at Corinth, Me., 27 Apr. 1803, 
living (1910) at Greene, Iowa. 

Children by first wife, b. at Greene. Iowa: 

1. Bwk/ht Z,.',!" of Chicago, clerk, b. 22 Sept 1879; d. s.p. 3 July 

1912; m. 10 Aug. 1904 Louise Buergin, dau. of Louis and 
Agnes (Redmond), b. at Elroy, Wis., 27 June 1882, living 
(1913) in Chicago. 

2. Fiiii! J. (who took the surname Leeman), of Minneapolis, 

IN! inn., bank officer, b. 5 Feb. 1882 ; living (1915) ; m. 12 Aug. 
1;mi:'> Josc^^phine Fisher, dau. of Peter and Margaret (Gleason), 
b. at IMelhi'.rn, 111.. 22 Nov. 187'.t. liviiio- (1915). 
Children bv second wife, b. at Gri'i'iic Iowa : 

3. Ilarnid (twin), I). 10 June l.ssr^; d. 11 ()<-t. ls;iO. 

4. Harris (twin), b. 10 Jime 1885; d. 19 Oct. 1890. 

5. J/eZew,, b. 27 Nov. 1895; living num. (1915). 

vi. Henry A., of Greene, Iowa, farmer, b. 3 Jan. 1857; living unm. (1910). 
vii. Helen M., b. 12 Jan. ISGO; d. 4 Dec. 1861. 

143. Eliphalet Brown^ Huckins {John,'' . Samuel,^ John,^ John,'^ 
Robert,^ James,- Robert'^), of Burnside, 111., Carthage, 111., 1881, 
farmer, born at Bridgewater 17 Oct. 1823, died 18 Mar. 1897. 
He married, 15 Nov. 1849, Julia C. Howd, daughter of Isaac 
and Anna (Johnson), who was born at Onondaga, N. Y., 
6 Dec. 1829 and was living in 1910 at San Jose, Cal. 

Children, born at Burnside, Pilot Grove Township, 111. : 
i. Edmund 0.,^ b. 15 Mar. 1851; d. 18 Aug. 1852. 
ii. Albertinb, of Vallejo, Cal., Berryessa, Cal., and San Jose, Cal., 
teacher, b. 13 Apr. 1854; living (1914); m. (1) 13 Apr. 1875 
Caroline Kinney, dau. of John and Emeline (Yetter), b. at 
Webster, 111., 15 Sept. 1859, d. 17 Dec. 1875; m. (2) 26 Dec. 1879 
Dr. Millicent Leudora Champlain, dau. of Uri and Josephine 
(Robinson), b. at Lewiston, 111., 13 Apr. 1863, living (1910) at Los 
Angeles, Cal.; m. (3) 2 June 1910 Josephine Martha (Cooley) 
Overstreet, dau. of Wilham Harrison and Caren Abigad (Hen- 
dricks) and former wife of Edwin, b. at Des Moines, Iowa, 13 Mar. 
1877, living (1914). 

Children by third wife, b. at San Jose. Cal. : 

1. Hurnce Albertiiie,^" b 24 July 1911: living (1915). 

2. Josephine Abigail, b. 5 Mar. 1913; living (1915). 
iii. Charles Brown, b. 22 June 1856; d. 11 May 1857. 

iv. Dr. Horace S., of Des Moines, Iowa, physician, M.D. (Keokuk 
P. & S., 1903), b. 4 Jan. 1864; Uving (1910); m. (1) 11 May 
1886 Catherine Sample, dau. of James and Ehzabeth (Spangler), 
b. at Plymouth, 111., 31 Jan. 1868, Uving (1910) at Carthage, III.; 
m. (2) at San Jose, Cal. 5 Dec. 1903, Nona M. Driggs, dau. of 
William and Lovina (Bailey), b. at Broadwell, Ohio, 4 Oct. 1874, 
living (1910). 

Children by first wife, b. at Carthage, 111. : 

1. A Daughtei\'^° b. and d. 22 Mar. 1887. 

2. Dr. James Hoijt, of Biggsville, 111., physician, M.D. (Drake, 

1909), b. 23 Feb. 1888; living (1915); m. (1) 30 Oct. 1907 
Evelyn Longnecker, dau. of Ernest and Anna Maria (Hilker), 
b. at Warsaw, 111., 25 Aug. 1887; living (1915); m. (2) 26 



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June 1913 Reva May Louden, dau. of Sidney J. and Nellie 
(Nesbitt), b. at Terre Haute, 111., 19 Jan. 1895, living (1915). 
V. Laura, b. 17 Jan. 1867; d. 27 Mar. 1867. 
vi. Lewis Decatur, b. 29 May 1871; d. 9 July 1875. 
vii. Flora Julia, b. 24 Jan. 1874; livins; (1910) ; m. 8 Nov. 1899 Georgk 
V. Carter, s. of William and Jemima (Taylor), of San Jose, Cal., 
quartermaster sergeant, U.S.M.C., retired, b. at Salem, Mass., 
17 June 1871, living (1910). 
Children : 

1. Wikla Jemima,^" b. in PhiladelpMa 27 Oct. 1900; living (1915). 

2. Julia Euih, b. in Washington, D. C, 7 June 1903"; livinsi- 

(1915). 

3. George Albertine, b. in Washington, D. C, 5 Sept. 1904 ; living 

(1915). 

4. A Daughter, b. and d. at San Jose, Cal., 14 Feb. 1910. 

viii. Wilda Jane, b. 9 Feb. 1876; living (1915); m. 22 June 1912 John 
Lemuel Jones, s. of John Lemuel and Emma Jane (Hamilton), of 
San Jose, Cal., garage owner, b. at Lebanon, Tenn., 29 June 1875, 
living (1915). 

Only child, b. at Sau Jose, Cal. : 
1. Flora Mizabeth,^°h. 3 Oct. 1914; living (1915). 

144. Edgar W.^ Huckins {David Tho?npson,'^ Samuel,^ JoJin,^ John,'^ 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Watertown, Mass., Edgartown, 
Mass., 1910, dentist, born at Watertown, Mass., 1 July 1855, 
was living in 1910. He married, 10 Oct. 1887, Jennie M. 
Patten, daughter of Thomas and Mary Low (Bradley), who 
was born at Watertown, Mass., 8 July 1864 and was living in 
1910. 

Only child: 
i. Carl White,^ of Watertown, Mass., clerk, b. at Watertown, Mass., 
9 Dec. 1893; living mim. (1915). 

145. John^ Huckins (Jonathan Crawford,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,^ 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert), of Osceola, 111., 1856, Fitch Bay, 
P. Q., 1862, contractor and builder, born at Stanstead, P. Q., 
3 Oct. 1825, died 29 Apr. 1891. He married at Lowell, Mass., 
30 Oct. 1845, Emily Gustin, daughter of Aaron and Marion 
(Flanders) (Hubbard's Stanstead, p. 226), who was born at 
Stanstead, P. Q., 7 Feb. 1822 and died 29 Nov. 1900. 

Children, the first four and the last three born at Fitch 
Bay, P. Q., the others at Osceola, 111.: 

i. Rosalie Luella,^ b. 11 Jan. 1848; d. 4 Mar. 1903; m. (1) 18 Nov. 
1869 Briggs Wheeler, s. of Jacob and Phoebe (Mandigo), of 
Clarenceville, P. Q., farmer, b. at Clarenceville, P. Q., 29 Jan. 
1845, d. 29 Mar. 1885; m. (2) at Newport, Vt., 16 June 1889, as 
his second wife, Henry Redeker, s. of Andrew and Julie (Man- 
digo), of Georgeville, P. Q., blacksmith, b. at Missisqua, N. Y., 
16 Feb. 1829, d. 15 Oct. 1892. 

Children, by first husband, b. at Fitch Bay, P. Q. : 

1. ^(Zrt,!" b. 28 Dec. 1871; d. s.p. 22 July 1895; m. 28 June 1893 

William Redeker, s. of Henry and Louisa (Wilson), of 
Georsjetown, P. Q., collector of customs, b. at Georgeville, 
P. Q.", 22 Mar. 1864, living (1910). 

2. Fred E., of Worcester, Mass., manufacturer, b. 8 June 1873; 

living (1915) ; m. 4 June 1907 Ella C. Earley, dau. of James 
S. and Marion W. (Prescott), b. at St. John, N. B., 25 Dec. 
1873, living (1915). 

3. Herbert E., of Waltham, Mass., cleric, b. 2 Dec. 1875; living 

(1915) ; m. 6 Nov. 1895 Ellen M. Bigelow, dau. of Lester 



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and Silence (Day), b. at Smith's MUls, P. Q., 13 Jan. 1876, 
living (1915). 

4. Willis L., of Roxbury, Mass., clerk, b. 6 Mar. 1879; living 

(1915) ; m. 10 Nov. 1904 Alice L. Gulliver, dau. of Cliarles 
Henry and Ella A. (Fisher), b. at Worcester, Mass., 29 Sept. 

1883, living (1915). 

5. Elson C, of Worcester, Mass., civil constable, b. 7 Aug. 1881 ; 

living uura. (1915). 
ii. John Henry, of Georgeville, P. Q., carpenter, b. 22 Jan. 1850; living 
(1910); m. 14 Oct. 1883 Mary Agnes Peasley, dau. of James and 
Agnes (Packard), b. at Georgeville, P. Q., 13 Feb. 1863, living 
(1910). 

Only child, b. at Fitch Bav, P. Q. : 
1. Mary Agnes,^" b. 11 Dec. ^1884; living (1915) ; m. 24 May 1906 

Homer Stephen^ Boynton, s. of Stephen D.'' and Sarah E. 

(Clark) (Boynton Family, p. 39), of Boynton, P. Q., and of 

West Derby, Vt., farmer, b. at Brown Hill, P. Q., 30 Mar. 

1884, living (1915). 

iii. Lindsay Abbott, of Fitch Bay, P. Q., carpenter, b. 29 Feb. 1852; 
living (1910); m. 9 Mar. 1877 Elzina Ezma Redeker, dau. of 
Henry and Louisa (Wilson), b. at Magoon's Point, P. Q., 11 Jan. 
1857; living (1910). 

Children, b. at Fitch Bay, P. Q. : 

1. Lulu 3Iau(l,^'>h.22 Mar. 1878; living (1915); m. 6 Mar. 1898 

William Addison Packard, s, of Addison and Jane (Huse), 
of Georgeville, P. Q., farmer, b. at Georgeville, P. Q., 27 
Aiig. 1875, living (1915). 

2. Letois Henry, of Derby Line, Vt., contractor, b. 9 Mar. 1880; 

living (1915) ; m. 29 July 1902 Mary House, dau. of Harri- 
son F. and Emma (White), b. at Griffin, P. Q., 30 Nov. 1880, 
living (1915). 

3. Grace Belle, b. 2 Nov. 1881 ; d. 18 Mar. 1905; m. 26 July 1898 

Frederic James Huse, adopted s. of George and Lydia 
(Kemp), of East Farnham, P. Q., farmer, b. at Apple Grove, 
P. Q., 25 Sept. 1875, living (1915). 

4. Eva F., b. 10 Jan. 1884 ; living (1915) ; m. 28 Aug. 1902 Edward 

J. Hawley, s. of Samuel and Amy (Barley), of East Farnham, 
P. Q., farmer, b. at East Farnham, P. Q., 30 Dec. 1880, living 
(1915). 

5. Bernice A., b. 29 Jan. 1886; living s.p. (1915); m. 12 Oct. 

1910, William E. Taisey, s. of Ellsworth and Minnie (Lee), 
of Lowell, Mass., machinist, b. at Fitch Bay, P. Q., 26 Apr. 
1889, living (1915). 

6. Gerald H., of Rock Island, P. Q., tinsmith and plumber, b. 29 

Aug. 1890; living num. (1915). 
iv. Clara Etta, b. 18 Feb. 1855; d. 1 Oct. 1856. 

V. LiLLA Ann, b. 22 Sept. 1858; living unm. (1910) at Fitch Bay, P. Q. 

vi. Almina Melissa, b. 12 Mar. 1860; living s.p. (1910); m. 25 Dec. 

1882 William Peasley, s. of James and Agnes (Packard), of 

Georgeville, P. Q., mechanic, b. at Rockville, Conn., 22 Apr. 1857, 

living (1910). 

vii. William Elbert, of Georgeville, P. Q., carpenter, b. 25 Feb. 1863; 

Uving imm. (1910). 
viii. Charles Delbert, of Georgeville, P. Q., farmer, b. 25 Feb. 1865; 
living (1910); m. 29 Nov. 1887 Mary Emily Peasley, dau. of 
Leonard C. and Mary Ann (Packard), b. at Georgeville, P. Q., 
30 Aug. 1861, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at Fitch Bay, P. Q. : 
1. Ezma Ire7ie,^° b. 24 Sept. 1889; living (1915) ; m. 28 Oct. 1914 
Sherwood Kimpton, s. of Alonzo and Mary (Ashton), of Stan- 
stead, P. Q., farmer, b. at Apple Grove, P. Q., 21 Oct. 1890, 
living (1915). 
ix. Emma Blanche, b. 11 Sept. 1868; living (1910); m. 8 Oct. 1890 
Leonard Peasley, s. of Leonard C. and Mary Ann (Packard), of 



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Georgeville, P. Q., farmer, b. at Georgeville, P. Q., 2 Feb. 1863, 
living (1910). 

Cluldreu, b. at Georgeville, P. Q. : 

1. Gtiy Leland,^" b. 19 Aug. 1899; livins? (1915). 

2. Hazel Irene, b. 12 Oct. 1902; living 0915). 

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146. George^ Huckins (Jonathan Crawford,'' Ehenezer,^ John, 

John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Neponset, 111., farmer, born 
at Stanstead, P. Q., 10 Apr. 1827, died 11 June 1894. He 
married Valeria Merrill, who was born at Fitch Bay, 
P. Q., and died 10 June 1894. 

Children, born at Fitch Bay, P. Q. : 
i. Clarence L.,^ of Chicago, 1874, merchant, b. 22 May 1851; d. 
14 May 1907; m. 17 Nov. 1872 Flora E. Rians, dau. of Andrew 
J. and Elizabeth M. (Smith), b. at Buffalo, N. Y., 29 Nov. 1853, 
d. 31 Jan. 1904. 

Children, b. in Chicago : 

1. William A.,^° of Chicago, salesman, b. 12 Feb. 1874; living 

unm. (1915). 

2. Albert C, of Chicago, millwright, b. 12 Aug. 1878; living 

(1915) ; m. 1 July 1912 Mary R. (Roberts) Messer, widow, 
dau. of Absalom and Martha (Skelton) , b. in Yorkshire, Eng. , 
21 Sept. 1872, living (1915). 

3. Webster Lee, of Chicago, buyer, b. 5 Nov. 1880; living (1915) ; 

m. 24 Oct. 1906 Mary Fuller, dau. of George A. and Mary E. 
(Beach), b. at DeWitt, Iowa, 9 June 1882, living (1915). 

4. Loella R., b. 1 Oct. 1882 ; living (1915) ; m. 20 June 1908 Walter 

Raymond Quin, s. of Daniel O. and Barbara A. (Yawman), 
of Maywood, 111., travelling salesman, b. at Rochester, N. Y., 
5 July 1878, living (1915). 

5. Alvin E., of Champaign, 111., manufacturer, b. 31 July 1884; 

living (1915) ; m. 7 Nov. 1906 Clara Gere, dau. of George W. 

and Mary H. (Lee), b. at Champaign, lU., 18 July 1876, living 

(1915). 
ii. Leurebah, b. 7 July 1855; d. 2 Sept. 1856. 

iii. Alonzo, of Chicago, merchant, b. 4 Oct. 1858; d. s.p. 1887; m. . 

iv. Herbert, b. 22 June 1860; d. 8 May 1862. 

147. Michael^ Huckins {Jonathan Crawford,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ 

John,^ Robert,^ James,- Robert^), of Neponset, 111., 1860, 
farmer, soldier in the Civil War, born at Stanstead, P. Q., 
17 Mar. 1829, died 21 Aug. 1870. He married Praxo Mer- 
rill, who was born at Fitch Bay, P. Q., and died at Neponset, 
111., in Oct. 1876. 

Children: 
i. Cynthia,^ b. at Stanstead, P. Q., 8 July 1855; living (1910) at Buda, 
111.; m. 21 Sept. 1869 John Acker, s. of David and Charlotte, of 
Neponset, lU., carpenter, b. in Philadelphia, 21 Sept. 1851, d. 26 
Jan. 1910. 

Children, the first five b. at Neponset, 111., the sixth at Prince- 
ton, 111., the last at Buda, 111. : 

1. Charles,^" of Pocatilla, Idaho, train despatcher, b. 23 Aug. 1870 ; 

living s.p. (1915) ; m. . 

2. Edna, b. 17 May 1872, living (1915) ; m. 18 Feb. 1891 Frank 

N. Kirkpatrick, s. of William I. and Cornelia B. (Gibbs), of 
Orange, Cal., carpenter, b. at Elmwood, 111., 17 May 1868 
living (1915). 

3. Thomas, of Buda, 111., artisan, b. 22 Mar. 1875; living unm. 

(1915). 

4. Charlotte (twin), b. 26 Apr. 1881; d. 18 Dec. 1907; m. 25 Apr. 

1897 Frank I. Blake, s. of Amherst W. and Evaline M. 



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(Reigle), of Hinckley, 111., harness-maker, b. at Tishkilwa, 
111., 23 June 1870, living (1915). 

5. Leon (twin), of Bradford, 111., inn-keeper, b. 26 Apr. 1881; 

living (1915) ; m. Edua Brittenham. 

6. Dora, b. 8 Dec. 1884; living (1915) ; m. Harry L. Brainard, of 

Buda, 111. 

7. Nell, b. 24 Sept. 1890 ; living (1915) ; m. Ream Comp, of Henry, 

111. 
ii. Ina, b. at Stanstead, P. Q., 22 Aug. 1857; living (1910); m. 31 Dec. 
1874 Samuel Brown, s. of William and Elizabeth (Bogart), of 
Long Beach, Cal., rancher, b. at Newark, N. J., 12 Aug. 1853, 
Uving (1910) 

Children, the first three b. at Neponset, 111., the other at Gris- 
wold, Iowa : 

1. Boy,'^'' b. 13 Apr. 1876 ; d. SO Jan. 1887. 

2. Alphonso, b. 22 Feb. 1878; living (1915). 

3. Maud, b. 15 July 1880; d. 4 Apr. 1899. 

4. Bachel, b. 11 Nov. 1886; living (1915). 

iii. Dora, b. at Neponset, III., 11 Aug. 1858; living (1910) in Chicago; 
m. 2 Feb. 1882 Llewellyn Nash, s. of Hutchinson J. and Eliza- 
beth (Fenner), of Burlington, Iowa, and of Chicago, telegrapher, 
b. at Forest, Ont., 24 June 1&58, d. 14 Sept. 1891. 
Children : 

1. Margaret,^°h. at Burlington, Iowa, 29 Dec. 1882; living unm. 

(1915) in Chicago. 

2. George, of Chicago, street railway employee, b. in St. Louis, 

Mo., 21 Nov. 1884; living num. '(1915). 

3. Blanche, b. in Chicago, 21 June 1888; living unm. (1915) in 

Chicago. 

4. Llewellyn, of Chicago, railroad employee, b. in Chicago 18 Jan. 

1891; living unm. (1915). 

148. Alonzo B.^ Huckins {Jonathan Crawford,'^ Ehenezer,^ John,^ 

John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Kewanee, 111., 1855, horse- 
breeder, born at Stanstead, P. Q., 29 Sept. 1838, died 27 May 
1913. He married, 26 Sept. 1866, Mary O. Hewitt, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Collins Anson and Martha (Moore), who was 
born at Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 10 May 1845 and died 7 Feb. 
1911. 

Children: 
i. Leon C.,^ of Chicago, traveUing salesman, b. at Neponset, 111., 
27 Aug. 1868; living (1910); m. 6 Apr. 1892 Amy V. Priestman, 
dau. of Dr. John and Martha (Law), b. at Neponset, 111., 14 June 
1865, living (1910). 

Children, b. in Chicago : 

1. Edward LeBoy,^° of New Richland, Minn., farmer, b. 28 Mar. 

1893; living unm. (1915). 

2. Nellie, b. 15 Sept. 1895; living unm. (1915). 

ii. Ruby G., b. at Neponset, 111., 18 Oct, 1884; living unm. (1915) in 
Chicago. 

149. James^ Huckins {Jonathan Crawford,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,^ 

Robert,^ James^ Robert^), of Pateros, Wash., farmer, soldier 
in the Civil War, born at Stanstead, P. Q., 18 Oct. 1843, died 
18 July 1909. He married, 18 June 1871, Mary E. Middle- 
ton, daughter of James and EHzabeth F. (Hison), who was 
born at Elkhart, Ind., 13 Apr. 1856 and was living in 1910 at 
Pateros, Wash. 



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Children: 
i. Burton B.,^ of Pateros, Wash., mechanic, b. at Stewart, Iowa, 
10 Mar. 1872; living (1915); m. 12 Jan. 1895 Phbbe Burns, dau. 
of William and Margaret (Donelson), b. at Central City, S. Dak., 
12 June 1880, living (1915). 
Children : 

1. Margaret,^°h. at Keystone, S. D., 10 Apr. 1896; living (1915) ; 

m. 18 Oct. 1912 Sherman Young, s. of William and Kuby 
(Montgomery), of Pateros, Wash., arboriculturalist, b. at 
Newport News, Va., 28 Sept. 1877, living (1915). 

2. Elizabeth, b. at Hill City, S. D., 18 May 1898; living (1915) ; 

m. 28 Oct. 1914 Ira Abergast, s. of Henry H. and Frances 

(Fairchild), of Pateros, Wash., mechanic, b. in Chicago 27 

Oct. 1877, living (1915). 

ii. Frances A., b. at Neponset, III., 22 Apr. 1875; living (1915); m. 

6 June 1898 James McNichol, s. of John and Sarah (Wright), of 

Grass Valley, Oreg., farmer, b. in co. Cass, Mo., 13 Apr. 1864, 

living (1915). 

Children, b. at Oelrich, S. D. : 

1. Nora,^°b. 10 Dec. 1900; living (1915). 

2. Alice, b. 20 Mar. 1903; living (1915). 

iii. George A., of Pateros, Wash., farmer, b. at Stewart, Iowa, 23 June 
1877; living (1915) ; m. (1) 7 Nov. 1899 Ethel Harold, dau. of 
Emery and Jessie (Vredenburg), b. at Creston, Iowa, 6 July, 1881, 
living (1913) at Keystone, S. Dak.; m. (2) 5 Sept. 1911 Mary 
Burns, dau. of WilUam and Margaret (Donelson), b. at Carbon, 
Ind., 27 Mar. 1872, Uving (1915). 

Only child by first wife, b. at Hill City, S. D. : 

1. Arley,^°h. 11 July 1900; living (1915). 

Only child by second wife, b. at Pateros, Wash. : 

2. George, b. 5 Dec. 1912; living (1915). 

iv. Daisy D., b. at Gray, Iowa, 25 Sept. 1879; living (1915); m. 6 Aug. 
1897 Robert W. Dougherty, s. of WilUam and Anna (Beal) , of 
HiU City, S. Dak., farmer, b. at Rossiter, N. Y., 22 Feb, 1871, liv- 
ing (1915). 

Only child, b. at Hill City, S. D. 
1. John,^" b. 24 Feb. 1899 ; living (1915). 

V. Cora B., b. at Gray, Iowa, 2 Oct. 1881; d. unm. 23 June 1898. 

vi. Alonzo B., of Pateros, Wash., machinist, b. at Hill City, S. Dak., 
28 July 1883; living unm. (1915). 

vii. Bertha M., b. at Gray, Iowa, 15 Jan. 1885; living (1915); ra. 
5 July 1901 George Newcomb, s. of William and Emily 
(Roberts), of Pateros, Wash., carpenter, b. at York, Eng., 9 July 
1876, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at Pateros, Wash. : 
1. Minnie,^"]). 9 May 1902; living (1915). 

viii. Clarence W., of Pateros, Wash., machinist, b. at Oelrich, S. Dak., 
10 Mar. 1889; living unm. (1915). 

150. OzRO Christopher Columbus^ Huckins (Jonathan Crawford,'' 
Ehenezer,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Neponset, 
111., farmer, born at Stanstead, P. Q., 22 June 1847, died 
23 Oct. 1908. He married Kate McDonald, daughter of 
John and Kate, who was living in 1910 at Princeton, 111, 

Children, born at Neponset, 111. : 
i. Charles,^ d. in infancy. 
ii. Louisa, d. unm. 
iii. Charlotte, d. unm. 
iv. Effie, d. unm. 
V, John, of Chicago, 111., b. 1880; m. . 



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151. Aaron Sherman^ Huckins (Ehenezer,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Grafton, Mass., and of Hubbards- 
ton, Mass., 1866, farmer, born at Stanstead, P. Q., 5 Feb. 
1840, died 20 Nov. 1904. He married at Millbury, Mass., 
28 Sept. 1861, Abbie A. Sweeney, daughter of John S. and 
Elvira (Barrus), who was born at Grafton, Mass., 4 Dec. 1840 
and was living in 1910 at Gardner, Mass. 

Children : 
i. Fannie E.,^ b. at Grafton, Mass., 6 Mar. 1863; d. 1 Aug. 1864. 
ii. Lizzie L., b. at Grafton, Mass., 10 Sept. 1865; living (1910); m, 
(1) at Hubbardston, Mass., 27 Jan. 1889, Frank W. Hobbs, s. 
of Moses and Mary E. (Flynn), of Hubbardston, Mass., mechanic, 
b. at Hubbardston, Mass., 7 Oct. 1863, d. 11 Mar. 1899; m. (2) 
15 Sept. 1908 John Mallendeb, s. of Thomas and Mary (Taylor), 
of Gardner, Mass., carpenter, b. at Sheffield, Eng., 10 Feb. 1880, 
Uving (1910). 

Only child by first husband, b. at Hubbardston, Mass. : 
1. Burton Franklin,^° of East Templeton, Mass., buffer, b. 8 May 
1893; living (1915). 
iii. Arthur Sherman, of Springfield, Mass., engineer, b. at Hubbards- 
ton, Mass., 31 Oct. 1871; living (1915); m. 17 Sept. 1900 Edna 
C. Cain, dau. of Henry H. and Belle L. (Allen), b. at Shelburne 
FaUs, Mass., 19 Apr. 1873, living (1915). 

Children, the second one b. at Westborough, Mass., the third 
at Jefferson, Mass., the last at North Brookfleld, Mass., the others 
at Worcester, Mass. : 

1. Giiy Edward,^° b. 21 June 1901 ; living (1915). 

2. 3Iatj Virginia, b. 10 Jan. 1903; living (1915). 

3. Arthur Sherman, b. 15 Feb. 1905; living (1915). 

4. Frances Edna, b. 20 Jan. 1906; living (1915). 

6. George Lothrop, b. 19 Mar. 1907; d. 20 Mar. 1907. 

6. John Francis, b. 31 Aug. 1909; living (1915). 

7. Bertha Hazel, b. 31 Dec. 1910; living (1915). 

8. Elbridge Shattuck, b. 23 Feb. 1912; living (1915). 

iv. Lothrop Samuel, of South Gardner, Mass., cabinetmaker, b. at Hub- 
bardston, Mass., 14 Mar. 1887; Uving (1915); m. 25 Sept. 1907 
Mary Lucy Gallant, dau. of John and Sylvia (Perry), b. at 
Gardner, Mass., 3 Aug. 1886, living (1915). 
Children, b. at Gardner, Mass. : 

1. Emily Abbie,^" b. 15 July 1908 ; living (1915). 

2. Yvonne Muriel, b. 14 Feb. 1911 ; living (1915). 

3. Hazel Mae, b, 24 Dec. 1913; living (1915). 

152. Francis E.^ Huckins (Ebenezer,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,* Rob- 

ert,^ James,^ Robert), of Grafton, Mass., farmer, soldier in the 
Civil War (15th Mass. Vol.), born at Grafton, Mass., 28 
Nov. 1842, was living in 1910. He married, 5 July 1866, 
Lucy M. Speare, daughter of Lemuel and Lucy M. (Green), 
who was born at Quincy, Mass., 17 May 1848 and was living 
in 1910. 

Children: 
i. Susan Marie,^ b. at Grafton, Mass., 31 May 1870; living (1910); 
m. at Grafton, Mass., 15 Dec. 1888, Henry G. Allen, s. of Gideon 
and Margaret (Sims), of North Grafton, INIass., drayman, b. at 
Yarmouth, N. S., 26 July 1862, living (1910). 

Children, b. at Grafton, Mass. : 
1. Harry F. r^.'" of Grafton, Mass., drayman, b. 31 Oct. 1889; 
living (1915); m. 23 Oct. 1912, Elizabeth E. Pluta, dau. of 
John Gottlieb and Louisa (Graf), b. at Webster, Mass., 18 
May 1884, living (1915). 



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2. Clarence A. F., of Grafton, Mass., drayman, b. 15 Dec. 1890; 

living (1915) ; m. 14 Apr. 1910 Elizabeth E. Smart, dau. of 
George and Sarah O. (May), b. at Worcester, Mass., 20 Mar. 
1895; living (1915). 

3. A Child, b. 6 Oct. 1892; d. 

ii. Lucy Frances, b. in Boston, 9 June 1872; living (1910); m. at 
Grafton, Mass., 20 Jan. 1898, George Bucklin Stockwell, s. 
of Seth and Sarah E. (Kendall), of North Grafton, Mass., florist, 
b. at Grafton, Mass., 12 Oct. 1867, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Grafton, Mass. : 

1. Frances S. K.,^° b. 7 Dec. 1898 ; living (1915). 

2. Warren S., b. 2 Nov. 1902; d. 7 Feb. 1904. 

3. Bernice L., b. 24 July 1908; living (1915). 

153. George Henry^ Huckins (Ebenezer,"^ Ebenezer,^ Johii,^ John,^ 

Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), of Grafton, Mass., miller, born at 
Grafton, Mass., 7 Nov. 1855, died 15 July 1908. He married 
at Grafton, Mass., 2 Sept. 1875, Caroline Jane Thompson, 
daughter of Isaac M. and Caroline W. (Dudley), who was born 
at Hopkinton, Mass., 15 Jan. 1860 and was living in 1910 at 
Springfield, Mass. 

Children, born at Grafton, Mass. : 
i. Chester Lathrop,^ b. 7 Feb. 1884; d. 27 July 1885. 
ii. Marian Emma, b. 26 May 1887; living unm. (1915) at Springfield, 
Mass., stenographer. 

154. MosES^ Huckins (Moses,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,^ Robert,^ 

James,"^ Robert^), of Dunlap, 111., farmer, born at Morrill's 
Mills (Boynton), P. Q., 20 June 1851, was living in 1910. 
He married, 23 June 1895, Juliette Marie Soubrouillard, 
daughter of Victor and Apolline (Terminot), who was born at 
Kapelle in Saarburg, Lorraine, 15 Jan. 1866, and was living 
in 1910. 

Children: 
i. Albert Louis,^ b. at Dunlap, 111., 29 Jan. 1896; d. 23 Aug. 1896. 
ii. Robert Alonzo, b. at Princeville, 111., 19 Feb. 1897; living '(1915). 
iii. Pauline Marguerite, b. at Princeville, 111., 15 June 1905: living 
(1915). 

155. John Rollins^ Huckins (Moses,'' Ebenczer,^ John,^ John,^ 

Robert,^ James, ^ Robert^), of Kansas City, Kans., farmer, born 
at Morrill's Mills (Boynton), P. Q., 10 May 1854, died 19 Jan. 
1915. He married, 12 June 1880, Anna McFarland, daughter 
of William and Virginia (Donolson), who was born at Neponset, 
111., 3 July 1859 and died 16 Feb. 1909. 

Children : 
i. Raymond,^ of Griswold, Iowa, farmer, b. at Neponset, 111., 25 Apr. 
1881; living (1915); m. 26 Feb. 1902 Blanche Roberts, dau. of 
John B. and Frances, b. at Pierce, Nebr., 25 Feb. 1885, living 
(1915). 
Children : 

1. John L.,^° b. at Pierce, Nebr., 31 Dec. 1903 ; living (1915). 

2. Dorothy C, b. at Grisvpold, Iowa, 19 Nov. 1905; living (1915). 

3. Harlan G-., b. at Kansas City, Kans., 26 Jan. 1908 ; living (1915) . 

4. Flossie E., b. at Kansas City, Kans., 24 Aug. 1914 ; living (1915). 
ii. Earl, b. at Gray, Iowa, 6 Apr. 1884; d. 16 Mar. 1912; m. Alta 

Utter, dau. of William and Elizabeth. 



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Only child : 
1. John 1F.,^° b. 5 Jan. 1908; living (1915). _ 
iii. Rollins, of Omaha, Nebr., salesman, b. at Griswold, Iowa, 21 Apr. 

1886; living unm. (1915). 
iv. Ruth, b. at Griswold, Iowa, 3 Feb. 1839; living unm. (1915). 

156. Charles White^ Huckins {Moses,'' Ehenezer,^ John,^ John* 

Robert,^ James, "^ Roberf), of Fort Madison, Iowa, 1904, car- 
penter, born at Morrill's Mills, P. Q., 13 Aug. 1856, died at 
Clarinda, Iowa, 19 Nov. 1914. He married at Atlantic, Iowa, 
8 Apr. 1893, Katherine Besser, daughter of Adam and 
Kunigunde (Reichel), who was born at Holzhausen, Kreis 
Biederkopf, Prussia, 14 Apr. 1861, and was living in 1915 at 
Fort Madison, Iowa. 

Only child: 
i. Charles Henry,9 of Des Moines, Iowa, student of architecture, 
b. at Griswold, Iowa, 14 Feb. 1894; living unm. (1915). 

157. Eugene Addi^ Huckins (Moses,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,'^ 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Marcus, Iowa, 1891, Lancaster, 
Minn., 1904, farmer, born at Neponset, 111., 13 May 1861, 
was living in 1910. He married at Neponset, 111., 21 July 
1883, Fannie Stinson, daughter of William and Mary (Stin- 
son), who was born at Buda, 111., 21 Mar. 1863 and was 
living in 1910. 

Children : 
i. William,^ of Lancaster, Minn., farmer, b. at Neponset, 111., 16 May 

1884; living unm. (1915). 
ii. Allisox, of Lancaster, Minn., farmer, b. at Neponset 111., 22 Jan. 

1888; living unm. (1915). 
iii. Ralph, of Lancaster, Miim., farmer, b. at Marcus, Iowa, 20 Sept. 

1891; Uvingunm. (1915). 
iv. Stella, b. at Marcus, Iowa, 20 Aug. 1893; living unm. (1915). 
v. Flossie, b. at Marcus, Iowa, 20 Oct. 1895; living (1915). 
vi. Lida, b. at Marcus, Iowa, 20 Feb. 1898; living (1915). 
vii. Minnie, b. at Marcus, Iowa, 7 Mar. 1900; living (1915). 
viii. Marie, b. at Marcus, Iowa, 11 Sept. 1903; living (1915). 
ix. Laura, b. at Lancaster, Minn., 15 Apr. 1905; living (1915). 
X. Ruth, b. at Lancaster, Minn., 4 Aug. 1907 ; living (1915). 

158. Sherman Albert^ Huckins (Moses,'' Ebenezer,^ John,^ John,'^ 

Robert,^ James,'^ Robert^), of Caldwell, Kans., 1909, Oakwood, 
Olda., 1910, engineer, born at Neponset, 111., 8 Dec. 1865, was 
living in 1915. He married, 12 Sept. 1892, Phoebe Louisa 
Vansell, daughter of Samuel and Parthenia (Savage), who 
was born in Union Co., Tenn., 13 Nov. 1871 and was living 
in 1915. 

Children: 
i. Esther Juanita,^ b. at Horton, Kans., 1 Aug. 1893; living (1915); 

m. 22 Feb. 1912 Henry E. Rogers, s. of Sylvester and Sarah D. 

(Monzinger), of Oakwood, Okla., farmer, b. at Atchison, Mo., 

24 Sept. 1889, living (1915). 

Children, b. at Oakwood, Okla. : 

1. Margaret 3Iildred,^°h. 9 Dec. 1912; living (1915). 

2. Bub7j May, b. 1 Oct. 1914; living (1915). 

ii. Willie Alberta, b. at Horton, Kans., 31 Aug. 1895; living unm. 
(1915). 



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iii. Dessie PAETHExrA, b. at Fairbury, Nebr., 1 Sept. 1900: living 

(1915). 
iv. Harry Paul, b. at Muscotah, Kans., 8 Nov. 1902; living (1915). 
V. Cleon Gesald, b. at Griswold, Iowa, 16 June 1905; living (1915). 
vi. Jacqueline, b. at Herrington, Kans., 8 Sept. 1908; living (1915). 
vii. Okvel Earl, b. at Oakwood, Okla,, 19 Dec, 1910; living (1915). 

159, William Wallace* Huckins (WilUam/ Ebenezer,^ John,^ 

John,^ Robert,^ James,^ RoherC'), of North Troy, Vt., carpenter, 
bom at Libby's Mills, R Q., 27 Mar. 1853, was living in 1910. 
He married first Mary Ann^ Batchelder, daughter of David* 
and Amaada (Kellum^) (Batchelder Genealogy, p. 233), who 
was boni at Fitch Bay, P. Q., 7 Oct. 1843 and died 4 Feb. 
1884; and secondly, 20 Aug. 1887, Caroline Parmenter, 
daughter of Joseph and Harriet (Cleary), who was born at 
Lowell, Vt., 28 June 1866 and was living in 1910. 

Chikb-en by first wife: 
fi. Gerteude," b. at Sherbrooke, P. Q., 12 July 1873; living (1915); m. 
23 Aug. 1883 Henry Smite, s. of Henry W. and Sarah (McBride), 
of Orleans, Vt., mechanic, b. at Shetford, P. Q., 25 Jan. 1866, 
living (1915). 

Cluldren, b. at Stanstead. P. Q. : 

1. Aliw Ji.,^9b. 11 Oct. 1835; living unm. (1315). 

2. Hugh A., b. 1 Oct. 1900; living (1915). 

3. Preston C, b. 12 Nov. 1808; living (1915). 

4. Gara IL, b. 7 Aug. i9il; iiviug (1915). 

si. Eugene E., of North Duxburv, Vt., engineer, b. at Libby's Mills, 
P. Q., 17 Sept. 1875; living (1910); m. 7 July 1896 Cora Emma 
Warner, dau. of Albert and Laura (Davis), b. at East Enosburg, 
Vt., 12 Feb. 1873, d. 18 Mar. 1905. 
Children, b. at East Enosburg, Vt. : 

1. Albert Snmner,^'^ b. 18 May 1898; living (1915). 

2. ^amh Emma, b. 31 July 1901; living (1915). 

Children by second wife: 
Lii. WcLLiAM, of Ninette, Manit., musician, farmer, b. at Stanstead 

Junction, P. Q., 31 Aug. 1888; Uving (1915); m, IS Nov. 1912 

Elizabeth Wier, dau. of Thomas and Mary (Wier), b. at Lurgan, 

Ire., 10 Jan. 1884, living (1915). 
Child, b. at Winnipeg, Manit. : 

1. Helen Elisabeth Eileen,'"' b. 20 Sept. 1913; living (1915). 
iv. Annie M., b. at Stanstead Junction, P. Q., 18 June 1891: living 

unm. (1915). 
V. Grace, b. at North Troy, Vt., 9 June 1894; living unm. (1915). 
vi. Doris, b. at North Troj', Vt., 8 Sept. 1899; living (1915). 

160. Isaac S.^ Huckins (Isaac,'' Joseph,^ Isaac,^ Robert,^ Robert,^ 

James,'' Robert), of Bay City, Mich., 1868, jeweler, U. S. 
pension agent, born at Pl\Tnouth 26* May 1844, was living in 
1910. He married, 11 ()ct. 1873, Margaret M. Preston, 
daughter of Isaac and Hannah (Preston), who was born at 
Buffalo, N. Y., 30 May 1852 and was living in 1910, 

Children, born at Bay City, Mich. : 
i. Blanche T.,' b. 15 July 1875; living unm. (1915) at Bay City, 

Mich. 
ii. Anna L., b. 8 Apr. 1877; living (1910) at Chardou, Ohio; m. at 
Dover, Ohio, 24 Oct. 1900, Allie Speeby, s. of Amos and Rachel 

* The date of birth at p. 74 is incorrect. 



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^Noble), of North Dover, Ohio, farmer, b. at North Dover, Ohio, 
26 Dec. 1872, Uving (1910). 
Children : 

1. Dorothy JE'.,'° b. at Lakewood, Ohio, 11 Oct. 1902 ; living (1915). 

2. Helen E., b. at Loraine, Ohio, 24 Oct. 1904; living (1915) . 

3. Sherman, b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 19 Sept. 1906; living (1915). 
iii. Lillian M., b. 5 Jan. 1882; living unm. (1915) at Bay City, Mich, 
iv. Martha E., b. 6 Nov. 1883; living (1910); m. in Chicago, 1 Aug, 

1906, Albert Kuenster, g. of Herman and Christine (Berghoff), 
of Chicago, druggist, b. in Chicago, 21 Apr. 1867, living (1910). 
Onlv child, b. in Chicago : 

1. Lillian Margaret,^'' h. 27 Apr. 1908; living (1915). 

V. Julia, b. 25 July 1885; Uving (1910) at Bay City, Mich.; m. 14 Feb. 
1905 Bert C. Searing, s. of Alfred and Ella (Russell), of Portland, 
Greg., upholsterer, b. at Brooklyn, N, Y., 7 Dec. 1882, disap- 
peared iu 1908. 

Children : 
3. Blanche Elizabeth,^'^ b. at Cleveland, Ohio, 25 July 1906; living 
(1915). 

2. Ella Enssell, b. at Portlaud, Oreg., 1 Aug. 1908; living (1915). 
vi. Frank O., of Saginaw, Mich., salesman, b. 21 Sept. 1891; hving s.p. 

(1915); m. 26 Oct. 1913 Margaret M. Bernhard, dau. of Paul 
and Mary (Strickland), b. at Saginaw, Mich., 12 June 1895, 
living (1915). 
vii. Edward S., of Cincinnati, Ohio, student of medicine, b. 22 Nov. 
1892; living unm. (1915). 

161. Joseph Prescott^ Huckins (Jsaac,"^ Joseph,^ Isaac,^ Robert,* 

Rohcri,^ James,^ Robert), of Plymouth, manufacturer, mer- 
chant, sheriff, born at Plymouth 16 June 1849, was living in 
1910. He married, 31 Dec. 1872, Laura King, daughter of 
Benjamin Trussel and Delia (Gilbert), who was bom at Dan- 
ville, Vt., 22 Oct. 1847 and was living in 1910. 

Children : 
i. De. Theron H.,9 of Tilton, phvsician, B.L. (Dartmouth, 1897), M.D. 
(Dartmouth, 1902), b. at Plvmouth 14 Nov. 1873; living s.p. 
(1910); m. 10 Dec. 1902 Bl.\nche Orrall, dau. of Charles E. 
and Julia (Briggs), b. at Wauseon, Ohio, 6 Nov. 1876, living 
(1910). 
ii. George L., of Melrose Highlands, Mass., civil engineer, A.B. (Dart- 
mouth, 1899), b. at Plymouth 17 Aug. 1875; Uving (1915); m. 
8 June 1903 Alice Burleigh, dau. of Gordon and Mary J. (San- 
bom), b. at Laconia 1 June 1873, Uving (1915). 
Children, b. at Maiden, Mass. : 

1. Joseph Gordon,^" h. 10 Jan. 1908; living (1915). 

2. Jiobert Burleigh, b. 9 July 1909; living (1915). 

162. SiMON^ Huckins {Miles,'' Simon^, Thomas,^ Thomas,"^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Freedom, mechanic, born at North 
Effingham (Freedom) 8 Aug. 1824, died 8 Jan. 1892. He 
married, 19 Sept. 1848, Cordelia D. Noble, daughter of 
Nathan and Mary (Jordan) (Lapham's Norway, p. 563), who 
was bom at Norway, Me., 16 Mar. 1825 and died 26 Apr. 
1890. 

Children, the first one bom at Norway, Me., the others at 
Freedom : 

i. Mehitable A.,9 b. 18 Aug. 1849; d. 10 Nov. 1856. 
ii. Gilbert N., of Freedom, farmer, b. 23 Apr. 1851; Uving (1910); 

m. 16 Nov. 1876 Sarah Adelaide Blaisdell, dau. of Mark P. 

and Dorcas (Harmon), b. at Madison 2 Apr. 1855, living (1910). 



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Clilltlren, the first one b. iu Boston, the others at Froedom: 

1. Arthin\^n). 27 Aug. 1877; d. unm. 18 Apr. 1907. 

2. Mark, of Freedom, farmer, b. 7 May 1881 ; living unm. (1915). 
S. Alice i¥., b. U July ISSi; living (1015); in. at Somerville, 

Mass., 22 Nov. 1006, as his second wife, Edgar A. Newcomb, 
s. of Jolm Allison and Dorcas E. (Mclnuis), of Bagot, Manit., 
station agent, b. at Marlborough, Mass., 19 Apr. 1873, living 
(1915). 
4. Bulk J/., b. 28 Sept. 1891; living (1315); m. 13 Dee. 1911 
Clyde E. Dral^e, s. of Oreu E. and Ida F. (Mills) of Freedom, 
clerk, b. at Freedom, 23 Feb. 188;>, living (lyiiJ). 
iii. Ada Evelyn, b. 23 Jan. 1853; living (1910); m. 9 Nov. 1873 
Edv^^in Augtjstds** Thurston, s. of Harvey^ and Jane (Towle) 
(Thui-ston Family, p. 331)), of Freedom, farmer, b. at Freedom 
8 Sept. 1851, living (1910). 

Cliildren, the third one and the fifth b. at Freedom, the others 
iu Boston : 

1. Jane Coriiclicu^'' b. 10 Apr. 1876; living (1915) ; m. 1 Sept. 1898 

Dr. Bernard Leroy Towle, son of Dr. Alonzo and Josephine 
(Stanley), of Pawtuclcet, 11. I , phvsiciau, M.D. (Bowdoin, 
1898), b. at Freedom 13 Sept. 187(5, living (1915). 

2. Simon Harvey, b. 23 Sept. 1877; d. 19 Nov. 1890 from a gun 

shot wound. 

3. 3Iari/ Slehitahle, h. 2S Mar. 1879; living unm. (1915) at Paw- 

tuclvct, 11. I., teacher. 

4. Hosmer Crampton, of Freedom, drayman, b. 30 June 1881 ; liv- 

ing (I'JISj ; m. 4 Sept. 1901 Edith Gale, dau. of Daniel and 
Helen (Marble), b. at Elhugham 8 July 1873, living (1915), 

5. Edwin Ernest, of Boston, merchant, b. 18 Jan. 1883; living 

(1915) ; m. 10 Apr. 191 1 Agnes Frost Kennard, dau. of Charles 
and Lucy (Lord), b. at SomervUle, Mass., 4 Mar. 1881, living 
(1915). 
Iv. StMON Osgood, of Mountainview, lumber merchant, b. 16 Nov. 
1855; living (1910); m. G Mar. 1881 Nellie J. Harmon, dau. of 
Charles P. and Annette (Moulton), b. at Freedom 14 June 1850, 
d. 17 June 1899. 
Children, b. at Freedom : 

1. Ernest. Charles,^" of Mountainview, lumber merchant, b. 16 Mar. 

1883; living (1915) ; m. 16 Mar. 190-1 Jane T. Merrow, dau. 
of Edward T. and Nancy T. (Barker), b. at Freedom 26 Apr. 
1882, living (1915). 

2. Albert Oi<f/ood, of Mountainview, lumber merchant, b. 10 Oct. 

1886; living (1915) ; m. 8 Nov. 1911 Katliarine V. McNauley, 
dau. of Daniel and Katharine (Donnelly;, b. at Providence, 
K. I., 5 Nov. 1883, living (1915). 
V. Chakles Sumner, of Maiden, Mass., master drayman, b. 8 Feb. 
1861; living (1910); m. (1) in Boston, 2 Jan, 1886, his fifth cousin, 
Emma F. Hurd, dau. of David T. and Nancy Hill (Jenness) (32, 
i, 11), b. at Tamworth 4 Mar. 1SC3, who m. (2) William E. Curtis 
of Somerville, Mass., and was living (1910) ; m. (2) 28 Nov. 1910 
Annie Sweatt, dau. of Horace and Laura (Putnam), b. at Pea- 
body, Mass., 21 Aug. 1869, living (1910). 

Child, by second wife, b. at Somerville, Mass. : 
1. Grace Laurel,^'' b. 12 June 1912; living (1915), 
vi. Edwin Lincoln, b. 12 July 1863; d. 1 July 1865. 
vii. Edwin Lincoln, of Freedom, farmer, b. 26 Nov. 1870; living (1910); 
m. 11 Mar. 1891 Mary L. Harmon, dau. of Ransom and Eliza- 
beth (Durgin), b. at Freedom 2 Mar. 1871, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Freedom ; 

1. Pearl Mary,^° b. 16 May 1804; d. unm. 8 Jan. 1915. 

2. Dorothy Edna, b. 21 Apr. 1907; living (1915), 

163. Miles Rand.ill^ Huckins {Miles,'' Simon,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* 
Robert,^ James,"^ Robert^), of Lawrence, Mass., carpenter, 
soldier in the Civil War (59th Mass. Vol.), born at North 



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Effingham (Freedom) 27 May 1827, died at Dracut, Mass., 
18 June 1894. He married at Lawrence, Mass., 8 Apr. 
1852, Nancy Jane Rov%^e, daughter of Jesse and Sarah, 
who was born at Embden, Me., 6 June 1827 and died at Law- 
rence, Mass., 27 Jan. 1899. 

Only child: 
i. Sarah Elizabeth,' b. at Freedom 29 May 1853; living (1910); m. 
at Lawrence, Mass., 13 Oct. 1887, her second cousin, Edward B. 
BussEY, s. of Jaazaniah F. and Abigail H. (Mills) (29, i, 6), of 
Medford, Mass., merchant, b. in Boston, 3 July 1858, living 
(1910). 
Only child, b. at Lawrence, Mass. : 
1. Carl Huckins,^° of Medford, Mass., clerk, b. 1 Feb. 1894 ; living 
unm. (1915). 

164. Joseph^ Huckins (Miles,'^ Simon,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* Robert,^ 

James,"^ Robert^), of Freedom, farmer, drayman, born at North 
Effingham (Freedom) 13 Apr. 1829, died 23 Oct. 1902. He 
married in Boston, 17 Jan. 1855, Mary Pease Lord, daugh- 
ter of John N, and Nancy (Gushing), who was born at North 
Effingham (Freedom) 27 Jan. 1830 and died 12 Nov. 1879. 

Only child: 
i. George Frank,® of Freedom, lumber merchant, b. at Freedom 
9 Jan. 1859; living (1910); m. 27 Dec. 1880 his second cousin, 
Annie Etta Harmon (86, v, 3), dau, of Bion E. and Caroline G. 
(Huckins), q.v. 

Only child, b. at Freedom : 
1. 3/rtr*/,'"b. 6 Jan. 1884; living (1915); m. 10 June 1903 Cyrus 
Fowler, s. of Alonzo and Lavinia (Smart), of Freedom, 
blacksmith, b. at Freedom 22 Oct. 1878, living (1915). 

165. Israel Randall^ Huckins (Daniel,'' Simon,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* 

Robert,^ James, ^ Robert^), of Freedom, stonemason, born at 
North Effingham (Freedom) in 1822, died 25 Nov. 1887. 
He married at Lawrence, Mass., 5 Nov. 1842, Elizabeth 
Ann Meder, who was born at Tamworth in 1823 and died 
10 Mar. 1873 (tombstone). 

Children, born at Freedom: 
i. Daniel G.,9 b. 1843; d. 18 Feb. 1845. 
ii. Cordelia A., b. 1845; d. 1845. 

iii. Sarah Ann, b. 30 July 1850; d. at Clarence, Mo., 24 Sept. 1912; 
m. 12 Jan. 1867 Jaiies Davis, s. of Thomas and Elizabeth (Buz- 
zell), of Conway, N. H., and of Clarence, Mo., 1885, farmer, b. at 
Effingham 24 Jan. 1845, d. 27 Jan. 1908. 
Children, the first one born at Freedom, the second at Effing- 
ham, the next sis at Conway, the others at Clarence, Mo. : 

1. Liira ^jui,'" b. 17 Apr. 1868; d. 29 Nov. 1883. 

2. James Oiven, of Evergreen, Colo., farmer, b. 5 Apr. 1870; liv- 

ing (1915) ; m. 8 Mar. 1897 Julia V. Gaylor, dau. of Sidney 
and Lida D. (Young), b. at Worcester, Mass., 12 Jan. 1874, 
living (1915). 

3. Lillie.'h. 15 July 1872; living (1915) at White City, Kans. ; m. 

13 Jan. 1911 Milton Leslie Spiker, s. of Joseph and Mar- 
garetta (Freeman), of White City, Ivans., farmer, b. at 
Laharpe, 111., 12 May 1868, living (1915). 

4. Dearborn, of Warren, Ohio, merchant, b. 16 Aug. 1874 ; living 

(1915) ; m. 3 July 1909 Lucy Beatrice Harbert, dau. of Henry 
and Amelia (Withers), b. in London, Eng., 24 Oct. 1881, 
living (1915) . 



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5. Irvin Blake, of Keokuk, Iowa, farmer, b. 3 July 1877; living 

(1915) ; m. 31 Oct. 1900 Lillie Brower, dau. of James and 
Amanda (Allen), b. at Cherry Dell, Mo., 3 Aug. 1884, living 
(1915). 

6. Bertha, b. 25 Mar. 1880; living (1915) ; m. 4 Sept. 1915 Robert 

Lee Boorn, s. of Thompson and Margaret (Cameron), of 
lola, Kans., watchman, b. in Chillicothe, Mo., 5 Apr. 1872, 
living (1915). 

7. Horace Furd, of Clarence, Mo , farmer, b. 18 Nov. 1882 ; living 

(1915) ; m. 25 Aug. 1909 Elizabeth Foe, dau. of Byron and 
Cora (Wilsey), b. at Alexandra, Mo., 2 Jan. 1892, living 
(1915). 

8. Lucy Belle, b. 17 May 1S85; d. 21 May 1885. 

9. Ernest Bobert, of Lentner, Mo., farmer, b. 16 Aug. 1886; living 

(1915); m. 2 Feb. 1910 Virgie Taylor, dau. of David and 

Belle (Hill), b. at Clarence, Mo., 24 Aug. 1885, living (1915). 

10. Sisneij Dennis, b. 13 Feb. 1891 ; d. 29 Oct. 1891. 

iv. John, of Freedom, railroad employee, d. unm. at Freedom 1890 (?). 

V. Theodore, of Charlestown, Mass., leather worker, d. abt. 1885; m. 

at Charlestowi, Mass., IS Mar. 1871, Ella A. Savage, dau. of Seth 

and Sarah A. (Frye), b. at Charlestown, Mass., 1849. 

Child, b. at Charlestown. Mass. : 
1. Emma Frances,^^ b. 4 Mar. 1872 (town records). 
vi. Millard Fillmore, of Comvay, and of Chicago, b. 21 Nov. 1856; 
d. before 1910; m. 29 Mar. 1877 Lvdia A. Cole, dau. of Alonzo 
and Mary A., b. at Fryeburg, Me., 1861, d. at Conway, 1884 (?). 

Child, b. at Conway : 
1. j\Jerl:ie,^° b. 1881 (town records) ; d. June 1881. 
vii-xiii. Children, d. in infancy. 

166. Capt. Israel^ Huckins {Thomas,'^ Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas* 
Robert,^ James, "^ Robert^), of Lexington, Mich., farmer, officer 
in the Civil War (10th Mich, Iiif.), chairman of the Board 
of War Clauns at Nashville, supervisor, county treasurer, 
member of the Legislature, born at London, Ont., 11 July 
1822, died 24 Mar. 1895. He married, 12 Sept. 1843, Me- 
LiNDA Pierce, daughter of Ephraim and Louisa (Vinopp), 
who was born at London, Ont., 15 June 1824 and died 2 Apr. 
1887, 

Children, born at Lexington, IMich. : 
i. Melissa,' d. unm. 
ii. Marshall, d. unm. 

iii. Frances, b. 19 Sept. 1848; d. 20 Apr. 1901; m. 9 Sept. 1868 John 
W. Norman, s. of Robert and Elizabeth (Wells), of Lexington, 
Mich., treasurer of the Lexington Mills, member of the Legisla- 
ture, b. at King, Ont., 31 July 1844, d. 3 Nov. 1909, 
Children, b. at Lexington, Mich. : 

1. Mark H.'^'> of Detroit, Mich., lawyer, b. 31 July 1869; living 

s.p. (1915) ; m. 6 Nov. 1897 Anna Josephine Stenrud, dau. of 
Harold and Minna (Hammer), b. at Albert Lea, Minn., 3 
Jan, 1878, living (1913). 

2. Charles I., of Minneapolis, Minn., cashier, b. 10 June 1878; 

living (1915) ; m. 22 Aug. 1906 Zella Lewis, dau. of John B. 
and khoda (Thompson), b. in Lane County, Oreg., 12 Sept. 
1876, living (1915). 
8. Artlmr J., of Detroit, Mich., dentist, D.D.S. (Michigan, 1902), 
b. 20 July 1881 ; living (1915) ; m. 5 July 1905 Mary L. Butts, 
dau. of Edmund C. and Ida (Ellsworth), b. at Stillwater, 
Minn., 5 Aug. 1879, living (1915). 

167. Thomas^ Huckins {Abijah,'^ Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* Robert,^ 
Jatnes,^ Robert^), of Eaton Rapids, Mich., carriage maker, 



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bom at London, Oat., in 1822, died 11 IMay 1900. He 
married, about 1845, Orilla Snider, daughter of John. 

Children, born at Eaton Rapids, Mich.: 
i. Andrew,^ b. 30 Julv 1S4G; d. 14 Jan. 1847. 
ii. Cakoline, b. 28 Sept, 1849; d. s.p. 28 Apr. 1870; m. 8 Ang. 18tJi» 

• MiLLSPAUGH of New York. 

iii. Sarah, b. 30 Apr. 1854; d. 26 Jan. 1868. 
iv. Eva, b. 22 May 1863; d. 19 Jan. 1879. 

168. David'^ Huckins {Ahijah,'' Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Eaton Rapids, Mich,, farmer, soldier in 
the Civil War, born at London, Ont., 13 May 1829, died 
2 Aug. 1865. He married at Eaton Rapids, jMich., 1 May 
1853 Lucy A. Dusett daughter of Ira and Huldah (Ford), 
who was born at Murray, N. Y., 1 May 1834, and was Kving 
(1910) at Eaton Rapids, Mich. 

Children, born at Eaton Rapids, Mich. : 
i. Ella,9 5. 7 Mar. 1854; living unm. (1910) at Eaton Rapids, Mich. 
ii. Elmer, b. 5 Dec. 1858; d. 2 Dec. 1860. 

169. Daniel^ Huckixs {Miles,'' Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ 

James,"^ Robert^), of Lexington, Mich., 1841, Nebraska City, 
Nebr., 1869, shoemaker, born at London, Ont., 6 May 1822, 
died 6 Mar. 1897. He married in Canada, 17 Aug. 1841, 
Mary Banghart, who was born 2 Apr. 1819 and died 5 June 
1894. 

Children, bom at Lexington, Mich. : 
i. Sarah,9 b. 28 July 1842; d. in infancy. 
ii. Royal, b. 1 Jan. 1844; d. in infancy. 
iii. Andrew B., of Nebraska Citj', Nebr., salesman, b. 4 Jan. 1846; 

d. at Venice, 111., 6 May 1912; m. at Lexington, Mich., 23 Aug. 

1864, Jane McIlreevy, dau. of James and Winifred (liawley), 

b. atIvingston,Ont., 30 Nov. 1846, living (1915) at St. Catherine's, 

Ont. 
Children, b. at Nebraska City, Nebr. : 

1. Catherine J/.,'" b. 22 Feb. 1870 ; d. 21 Jan. 1806 ; m. 5 Feb. 1890 

Josephns T. Storms, s. of Jolm C. and Henrietta (liodiue), 
of Monroe, N. Y., carpenter and builder, b. at Newljurgh, 
N. Y., 4 May 1866. livin<; (1915). 

2. Marshall />., of St. Catherine's, Out., contractor, b. 2 May 

1873; living (1915) ; m. 5 May 1907 Frankie Sigourney, dan. 
of Frank L. and Georgianna (Crow), b. at Norwalk, Ohio, 
22 Nov. 1875, living (1915). 

3. Sheldon /?.. of St. Catlierine's, Ont., contractor, b. 12 June 

1881; living (1915); m. 1 Aug. 1907 Katharine A. Spielman. 
dau. of Wesley C. and Mary K. (Watkinsj, b. at Hagarstown, 
Md., 29 Aug. 1880, living (1915). 

4. Boyal TF., of Cre.ston, Iowa, express messenger, b. 12 Dec. 

1883; living (1915) ; m. 27 June 1906 Sophia" M. Allen, dau. 
of WilliamE. and Harriet (Bentley), b. in Nemelia County, 
Nebr., 26 Apr. 1884, living (1915). 
iv. Pembroke, b. 8 Oct. 1849; d. in infancy. 

V. Milton S., of Seattle, Wash., horseman, b. 28 May 1852; living 
(1910); m. at Nebraska City, Nebr., 7 May 1872, Flora Welch, 
dau. of Joi5eph F. and Rachel (Gettes), b. at Hillsdale, Mich., 
18 Oct. 1852, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Nebraska City, Nebr. : 

1. Lena i'/.,'° b. 19 May 1873 ; living unm. (1915). 

2. Eugene Herbert^ of Fairbanks, Alaska, miner, b. 11 Feb. 1875; 



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living (1915) ; m. 15 Aug. l&Ol Rachel Fitts, dau. of Fiuley 

Jolnison and Eliza (Oglesbj'), b. at Calhouu, Ky., 15 Mar. 

1880, living (1915). 

3. Xellie, b. 2 Mar. 1877; living (1915); m. IG Aug. 1899 Albert 

Preston Burns, s. of Alexander and Amelia Jane (Warren), 

of Seattle, Wash., merchant, b. at Taunton, Ma.ss., i Aug. 

l.S7(i, living (l.')15). 

vi. Hemey, of Lincoln, Nebr., publisher of the Lincoln Herald, h. 26 

Dec. 1858; living (1910); m. 1 Feb. 1877 Vina Rutherford, 

dau. of Benjamin Franklin and Mary Ann (Fevi^), b. in Licking 

Co., Ohio, 29 Jan. 1858, d. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 30 Apr. 1895. 

Only child, b. at Nebraska City, Nebr. : 
1. Clarence /-fiore,'" of Lincoln, Nebr., journalist, b. 5 Oct. 1884; 
living (1915); in. 22 Aug. 1914 Ruth Cook Huntsinger, dau. 
of Samuel K. and Sarah C. (MUls), b. at Lincoln, Nebr., 18 
Aug. 18.S8, living (1915). 

170. JosiAH^ HucKiNS (Miles/ Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ 

Javies,^ Robert^), of Lexington, Mich., farmer, bom at Lon- 
don, Ont., 4 July 1834, died at Swartz Creek, Mich., 24 Feb. 
1892. He married at Lexington, Mich., 25 May 1856, Masy 
Ann Lawrence, daughter of Andrew and Mary (Abbott), 
who was born at Whitby, Ont, 13 July 1835 and died 15 May 
1909, 

Children, bom at Lexington, Mich. : 
i. Lawrence,* of Lemion, Mich., farmer, b. 4 Mar. 1859; d. 5 May 
1911; m. at Burt, Mich., 17 Mai-. 1886, Eva Miller, dau. of 
Benjamin and Mary E. (Brown), b. at Oxford, Mich., 8 Aug. 
1858, living (1912) at Lennon, Mich. 
Children, b. ai Lennon, Mich. : 

1. i>rM)^?/,^'' b. 20 June 1898 ; living (1915). 

2. Harold C, b. 16 Sept. 1900; living (1915). 

3. Ilelviii. h. i May 1902; living (1915). 

ii. Osgood, of Lennon, Mich., farmer, b. 17 Mar. 1862; living (1910); 
m. at Lexington, Mich., 3 Oct. 1889, Mary Wier, dau. of William 
and Marv J. (Wallace), b. at Lexington, Mich., 11 Feb. 1870, 
living (1910). 
Children, b. at Lennon, Mich. ; 

1. Boland C'.,'" b. 20 June 1890 ; living unm. (1915). 

2. Floyd jr., b. 19 June 1897; d. 29 Nov. 1909. 

iii. Oscar, of Sault Sainte Marie, Mich., policeman, b. 26 Mar. 1864; 

living unm. (1910). 
iv. Armina, b. 17 Jan. 1867; living (1910); m. at Croswell, Mich., 

4 Apr. 1885, Benjaxiin Hilliker, s. of Benjamin and Almira 

(Smith), of Swartz Creek, Mich., 1890, farmer, b. at Clyde, Mich., 

15 Aug. 1861, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Swartz Creek, Mich. : 

1. Belle,^° b. 9 May 1887; living (1915) ; m. Ellis. 

2. Edna Pearl, b. 3 July 1906; living unm. (1915). 

171. Joseph^ Huckins (NoahJ Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Brookhn, Ont., Toronto, Ont., 1875, 
Victoria, B. C, 1902, merchant, born at Oshawa, Whitby 
Township, Ont., 24 Sept. 1827, died 9 Apr. 1903. He married 
at Ashburn, Whitby Township, Ont., 30 Oct. 1849, Mary 
Jane Reid McLane, daughter of John and Mary (Reid), 
who was born at Richmond Hill, Ont., 30 Oct. 1831 and died 
at Stratford, Ont., 15 Feb. 1895. 

Children, born at Brooklin, Ont. : 
i. John McLane,^ b. 1854; d. 1858. 



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ii. Mary E., b. 1857; d. 1858. 

iii. Mary Helen, b. 4 Oct. 1859; living (1910); m. 8 Apr. 1879 Ret, 
Joseph McCoYj s. of John and Elizabeth J. (Scott), of Vistoria;, 
B. C, Presbyterian clergyman, B.A. (Toronto, 1875\ MA. (To- 
ronto, 1876), b. fit Hamilton, Ont., 23 Sept. 1848, living (1910). 
ChildreB, the first thre^b. at Egmoiidviile, Ont., the oShers at 
Chatham, N. B. : 

I. Mary E. S.,^°'h. 25 Ang. ISSO; living (IS>15); m. 8 Apr. 1907 
WiJMam A. Jameson, s. of Robert H. and Marj (Blair), of 
Victoria, B. C, merchant, b. at Whitby, Ont., 8 Nov. 1870,. 
living (1»]5>. 
1. Jt-'hii O^ivald Htickins, of Fori All?emi, B. C. , raerchant, b. 28 
June 1883; living (191y); m. 11 Dec. 1&07 Harriet M. Arm- 
strong, dau. of Joliu and Jane (Sliarp), b. at Smith's Falls, 
Ont.. 9 Sep!;. 18S2, Mviuic (1915). 
g. Nora Myrtle, b. 23 Mar. l5s7 ; living (1&15) ; m. 10 Mar. 191(> 
Frederick Joha Davis MitcheH, s. of Frederick John and 
Emma (Webb), of VicJoria, B. C, bniidei-, b. in London, 
Eng., 5 Jime 1883, IJvirtg (191.5). 

4. Joseph Leslif. Carnochan, b. 2 Mar. 1893; living isam. (1915). 

5. ArthttrG. H., b. 28 Oct. 1893; living (IMS). 

172. James Marshall* Htjckins {Noah,'' Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ 
Robert,^ Javies,^ Robert^), of Green Top, Mo., taiiner, bom at 
Oshawa, Whitby Township, Ont., 28 June 1834, died 16 Feb. 
1882, He married, 15 June 1859, Eleanor Bkiggs, daughter 
of Ira and Hannah (Dubois), who was bom at Myrtle, Ont., 
2 Mar. 1839 and died at Queen City, Mo., 25 Jan. 1912, 

Children, the fiist two bom at Brooklin, Ont., the others 
at Queen City, Mo.: 

i. JosEPHiNE,9 b. 29 Jan. 1860; d. s.p. 12 May 1885; m. 16 Apr. 1884 
THORNroN Ale:cant>er, s. of Albert G. and Catherine (Way), of 
Edina, Mo., and I-Cirlcsviile, Mo., station agent, b. at Brooklin, 
Ont., 16 Apr. 1854, who m. (2) Emily Huckins, q.v., sister of his 
first wife, and was li\'ing in 1910. 
ii. Emily, b. 7 Mar. 1832; hvlng (1910) ; m. 10 Oct. 1886, as his second 
wife, Thorntox ALexaxoer, surviving husband of her sister 
Josephine, q.v. 
Children, tlie first one b. at Trenton, Mo., the others at Green 
City, Mo. : 

1. Euqene Brislol,^^ of Sandwich, 111., telegi'apher, b. 8 Sept. 

1887; living s.p. (1915); m. 16 Dec. 1909 Emily Fritz, dau. 
of Charles J. and Mary (Oslwme), b. at Havana, Hi., 19 July 
1889, living (1915). 

2. Otto Thurston, of Great Falls, Mont., train despatcher, b. 8 

Mai-. 1890; living (1915) ; m. 1 Jan. 1914 Kuth Marie Skelly, 
dau. of Koger aiid Catherine (Lawler), b. at Lamont, 111., 7 
July 1893, living (1915). 

3. Nellie Josephine, b. 28 Dec. 1892; living s.p. (1915): ra. 31 

Dec. 1910 Kichard F. Stahl, s. of Solomon F. and Sarah 
(Shoop), of Kirksville, Mo., merchant, b. at Bentonville, 
Ark., 6 Nov. 1890, living (1915). 
iii. Mary E., b. 3 Aug. 1834; d. 8 July 1865. 
iv. WiLLi.^M T., b. 31 May 1867; d. 22 Aug. 1871. 
V. John, b. 29 June 1870; d. 24 Aug. 1871. 

vi. Edg.\r Marshall, of Queen City, Mo., farmer, b. 27 Aug. 1872; 
living (1910); m. 15 Dec. 1898 Mary A. Sloop, dau. of John and 
Mary (Miller), b. at Queen City, Mo., 28 Sept. 1872, Uvmg 
(1910). 
Children, b. at Queen Citv. Mo. : 

1. Helen,^°h. 2 .Jan. 1899; living (1915). 

2. John diarshall, b. 8 Mar. 1900; living (1915). 



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vii. George Nelson, of Chicago, merchant, b. 16 Jan. 1875; living 
(1910); m. 8 Aug. 1898 Maud Lillian Reynolds, dau. of 
WilUam and Ruth (Story), b. at Willmathsville, Mo., 23 Nov. 
1874, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Trenton, Mo. : 

1. William iVV/.<.0H,'<' b. 28 Jan. 1900; living (1915). 

2. Herbert i?., b. 26 Dec. 1908; living (1915). 

viii.EsTELLA E., b. 23 Nov. 1S77; living (1910); m. 20 May 1908 
Geosqe T. Smith, s. of Thomas and Rachel (Crapson), of Queen 
City, M)., merchant, b. at Queen City, Mo., 15 Apr. 1876, living 
(1910). 

Only child, b. at Queen City, Mo. : 
1. Iiachel,^° b. 30 Nov. 1909; living (1915). 

ix. Jamss Roy, of Trenton, Mo., merchant, b. 23 Nov. 1880; living 
(1910); m. 23 Nov. 1909 Gertrude Ogle, dau. of Henderson 
and Leah (Cox), b. at Mercsr, Mo., 22 Apr. 1893, living (1910). 

173. John Milton^ Huckins {Noah,'' Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ 
Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Glen Major, Out., 1867, Port 
Perry, Out., 1870, Toronto, Ont., 1881, Canadian agent of the 
Great Northern Railway Co., born at Oshawa, Whitby 
Township, Ont., 11 Jan. 1844, died at Muskegon, Mich., 
5 Nov. 1910. He married at Brooklin, Ont., 17 Jan. 1865, 
Matilda Harrison, daughter of Richard Truswell and 
Catherine (Way), who was born at Myrtle, Ont., 23 Oct. 
1843, and was living in 1910 at Toronto, Ont. 

Children, the first two born at Glen Sharrard, Uxbridge 
Township, Ont., the others at Port Perry, Ont.: 
i. Mary Luella,^ b. 20 Jan. 1867; d. s.p. 9 Dec. 1908; m. 16 Aug. 
1894 Henry E. Davison, s. of Dr. Peter and Sarah C. (Wilson), 
of Milwaukee, Wis., merchant, b. at Onawa, Ont., 21 Jan. 1863, 
livmg (1910). 
ii. Charles Marshall, of Kirkwood, Mo., civil engineer, b. 12 Sept. 
185S; living (1910); m. 14 Feb. 1894 Kate Greenway, dau. of 
George and Ann J. (Rabinson), b. at Saginaw, Mich., 6 Sept. 1872, 
living (1910). 

Children, the first four b. at Superior, Wis., the otlier at Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. : 

1. Jidian (Treemriay,^°h. 22 Dec. 1895; living unm. (1915). 

2. Halph Harrison, b. 11 Feb. 1897; d. 18 Oct. 1897. 

3. Charles 3Iarshnll, b. 12 May 1900; living (1915). 

4. Evgene Averill, b. 12 Sept. 1901; living (1915). 

5. Bay Albert, b. 25 Apr. 1905; living (1915). 
iii. John Milton, b. 10 Oct. 1870; d. 21 Jan. 1885. 
iv. Kate Lillian, b. 16 Aug. 1872; d. 19 Jan. 1886. 

V. Hallie Rachel, b. 27 July 1874; living (1910) at Toronto, Ont.; 
m. 23 Sept. 1896 John A. Ferguson, s. of Thomas R. and Frances 
J. (Gowan), of Toronto, Ont., barrister, b. at Cookstow-n, Ont., 
14 Dec. 1865, d. 9 Dec. 1908. 

Children, tlie first three b. at Toronto, Ont., the other at Yoko- 
hama, Japan : 

1. Dorothy Olga,^° h. SO Jan. 1898; living (1915). 

2. Frances Gwendolin, b. 26 Apr. 1901; fiving (1915). 

3. Helen Margery^ b. 6 July 1902; living (1915). 

4. John Frederick, b. 19 Mar. 1904; living (1915). 

vi. Florence Harrison, b. 21 June 1877; living unm. (1915) at 
Toronto, Ont. 

vii. Stanley George, of Niagara Falls, N. Y., metal polisher, b. 7 Apr. 
1879; living (1915); m. 25 Sept. 1907 Maud Steer, dau. of 
Stephen and Hannah (More), b. at Toronto, Ont., 28 Oct. 1878, 
living (1915). 



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Children : 

1. Florence. Theo,^° b. at Toronto, Ont., 17 Apr. 1907; living 

(1915). 

2. Stephen, b. at Niagara Falls, N. Y.. 7 June 1912 ; living (1915). 
viii. Marion Mary, b. 16 Apr. 1S82; d. 25 Jan. 1886. 

ix. Lelavd Stanford, of Carlisle, Iowa, purchasing agent, b. 16 Nov. 
1885; living unm. (1915). 

174. Alonzo D.^ Huckins (Isaac C,^ Josiah,^ TJiomas,^ Thomas,'^ 
Robert,^ James,- Robert^), of Mammoth Springs, Ark., builder, 
born at Brooklin, Whitby Township, Ont., 18 Feb. 1832, 
was living in 1910. He married, 29 Dec. 1854, Viletta 
McWain, daughter of Mark and Amy (Madden), who was 
born at Shannonville, Ont., 23 May 1835 and died 20 July 
1905. 

Children, born at Myrtle, Ont.: 
i. Josiah W.,9 of Des Moines, Iowa, 1884, carpenter, b. 23 Oct. 1855; 
living (1910); m. 11 July 1881 Ettie McMartIxN, dau. of Peter 
and Anginette (Sibly), b. at Port Huron, Mich., 19 Mar. 1862, 
living (1910). 

Children, the first one b. at Port Huron, Mich.^r^the others at Des 
Moines, Iowa: 

1. Nettie JJ/aJuZ,'" b. 21 June 1S82; living (1915) ; m. 24 Dec. 1901 

Addison Carleton, s. of George and Elvira (Gould), of Ben- 
son, Neb., sign painter, b. at Port Huron, Mich., 30 Apr. 
1864, living (i915). 

2. Gertrude M., b. 26 Sept. 1884; d. 19 Feb. 1895. 

3. Mnry E., h. 23 July 1887 ; living (1915) ; m. 2() May 1908 Robert 

E. Finnicum, s. of John JV. and Elizabeth (McAfee), of Des 
Moines, Iowa, raerchautrb. at Redfleld, Iowa, 11 Dec. 1880, 
living (1915). 

4. William A., of Ogden, Utah, salesman, b. 9 Nov. 1889: living 

(1915) ; m. 10 Apr. 1914 Florence Dunkley. dau. of Alfred G. 
and Alice (Chipmau), b. at American Fork, Utah, 24 Oct. 1894, 
living (1915). 
6. Benjamin F., of Des Moines, Iowa, clerk, b. 29 Dec. 1892; 
living unm. (1915). 

6. Helen F., b. 10 Sept. 1897; living unm. (1915). 

7. Alice L., b. 2 Oct. 1900; living (1915). 

ii. Amy, b. 15 Sept. 1857; d. 25 Dec. 1908; m. 11 Nov. 1880 Edward 
Bassingthwaightb, s. of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Webster), of 
Sault Saintc Marie, Ont., merchant, b. at Greenbank, Oat., 
12 Feb. 1852, living (1910). 

Children, the first two b. at Manitowaning, Ont., the others at 
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. : 

1. Winnifred Blanche,^°h. 1 Nov. 1881; living (1915); m. 5 July 

1904 Henry Westlakc Angus, s. of George Page and Helen 
Keturah (Westlake), of North Bay, Ont., architect, b. at 
London, Ont., 27 Mar. 1882, living (1915). 

2. Clmule, of Magnolia Park, Tex., b. 10 July 1883; living (1915) ; 

3. Ilelene, b. 12 July 1891 ; living imm. (1915). 

4. Enid, b. 17 May 1895; living unm. (1915). 
iii. George, b. 16 Oct. 1863; d. unm. 16 Oct. 1890. 

iv. Mary E., b. 5 Mar. 1868; living (1910) at Jeddo, Mich.; m. 24 Dec. 
1887 Arthur Hollister, s. of Norton and Matilda (Birch), of 
Lexington, Mich., farmer, b. at Lexington, Mich., 5 Nov. 1855, 
d. 19 Dec. 1894. 
Children, b. at Lexington, Mich. : 

1. PcarU^°h. 25 Oct. 1888; living (1915) ; m. . 

2. Lro, of Jeddo, Mich., farmer, b. 14 Nov. 1890; livuig unm. 

(1915). 



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V. Margaret, b. 23 July 1870; living unm. (1910). 
vi. William, of Commerce, Okla., carpenter, b. 2-i July 1872; living 
(1910); m. 10 May 1899 Clara Cooper, dau. of Manlev and 
Esther (Lawrence), b. at Joliet, 111., 15 Mar. 1881, living (1910). 

Only child, b. at Hardy, Ark :. 
1. i\si/(^r,>" b. July I'JOU; living (1915). 
vii. Edward, of Republic, Mo., carpenter, b. 24 Oct. 1876; living 
(1910); m. 24 Sept. 1902 Nettie Barrox, dau. of Willard and 
Sarah J. (Baldy), b. at Schoolcraft, Mich., 1 Dec. 1879, living 
(1910). 
Children, b. at Republic, Mo. : 

1. Keimelh &'.,>'^ b. 1 Nov. r.)07 ; llvin-r (I91.">). 

2. WiUard If., b. 1 Aug. 11)12; living (1915). 

viii. Maud, b. 14 Jan. 1878; living (1910j; m. 12 Sopt. 1900 Charles 
Reed, s. of George and Sarah M. (Cloeve), of Springfield, Mo., 
creamery manaa;er, b. at Washington Court House, Ohio, 15 Jan. 
1873, living (1910). 
Children, b. at Joplin, Mo. : 

1. Charles il/.'" b. 14 Nov. 1901; d. 19 Aug. 1902. 

2. iJorotiii/ L., b. 15 Oct. 1904; d. 6 Jan. 1914. 

3. Harr)j 11., b. 3 Feb. 190fi; living (191o)- 

4. Marie E., b. 3 Dec. 1908; living (1915). 

5. Sibyl, h. 23 Mav 1910; living (1915). 

6. Margaret, b. 7 July 1912; living (1915). 

175. David A.^ Huckins (Isaac C.,'' Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ 
Robert,^ Jcmies,- Robert^), of Port Perry, Ont., 1866, Seagrave, 
Out., 1879, Novar, Ont., 1S82, farmer, born at Brooklin, 
Whitby Township, Ont., 25 Sept. 1836, was living in 1910. 
■ He married first, at Myrtle, Ont., 20 Apr. 1861, Harriet L. 
Embury, daughter of Samuel and Jane (Madden), who was 
born at Shannonville, Ont., 3 Aug. 1846 and died at Seagravc, 
Ont., 28 Dec. 1879; and secondly, 5 Apr. 1880, Frances 
(Lowry) Curtis, daughter of William and Frances (Rachel) 
and widow of Charles, who was born at Toronto, Ont., 11 Aug. 
1849 and was living in 1910. 

Children by first wife, born at Myrtle, Ont. : 
i. Frank A.,'' b. 29 Jan. 1832; d. 1 Mar. 1879. 

ii. Mahlon B., of Newton, Iowa, theatre manager, b. 15 July 18G3; 
living (1910); m. 19 Jan. 1S92 Katharine Belle Bahkdoll, 
dau. of John and Cassie (Wade), b. at Peoria, 111., 13 June 1873, 
Uving (1910). 

Only child, b. at Newton, Iowa; 
1. Bayonne ^W7*,»» b. K) June 1X94; living (1915). 
iii. Loren C, b. 12 Nov. 1868; d. 3 Sent. 1879. 

iv. LILL.V D., b. 20 Feb. 1872; living* (1910); m. at Novar, Ont., 
4 Dec. 1890, Joseph Davey, s. of Richard and Judith (Thomp- 
son), of Port Perry, Ont., artisan, b. at Scugog, Ont., 19 Jan. 1869, 
Uving (1910). 
Children, b. at Tort Perry, Ont. : 

1. Harriet C^^h. 1 Sept. 1891; living unm (1915). 

2. Vera May, b. 8 Jan 1900; d. 22 Jan. 1901. 

V. James E., of Midland, Ont., builder, b. 18 May 1876; living (1915) ; 
m. 1.5 Oct. 1902 Jessie E. Witney, dau. of James and Eliza 
(W^all), b. at Novar, Ont., 8 Nov. 1883, living (1915). 
Children : 

1. Howard 3Iahlon,^° b. at South River, Ont., 30 Dec. 1903; d. 23 

Jan. 1904. 

2. C/iaWes£'m6wj-y,b.atMidland, Out.,5 Aug. 1912; living (191.5). 



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Children by second wife, born at Seagrave, Ont. : 
vi. Dell, b. 16 Apr. 1S81; living (1915); m. 12 Aug. 1900 Benjamin 
T. Dunn, s. of William and Adeliza (Eck), of Port Perry, Ont., 
farmer,. b. at Scugog Island, Ont., 26 Sept. 1870, living (1915). 
Children, b. at Port Perry, Out. : 

1. Crreta,'-° b. 30 Jan. 1902; 'living (1915). 

2. William, b. 11 Aug. 1903; living (1915). 

3. L'wart, b, 17 July 1904; living (1915). 

4. Adelaide, h. 24 June 1906; living (1915). 
6. Harvey, b. 12 July 1908; living (1915). 
6. Jean, b. 28 Aug. 1912; living (1915). 

vii. Lydia E., b. 3 Sept. 1882; living (1910); m. 17 Apr. 1899 William 
B. RoADHOUSE, s. of Samuel and Frances (Elvidge) (History of 
Toronto and County of York, vol. 2, p. 479), of Toronto, Ont., 
cabinetmaker, b. at Newmarket, Ont., 10 Nov. 1865, living (1910) . 
Children, b. at Novar, Ont. : 

1. Francis C.,^°h. 24 Sept. 1900; living (1915). 

2. William, b. 31 Aug. 1901 ; d. 30 Sept. 1901. 

3. Claude E., b. 20 Apr. 1904; d. 16 July 1904. 
viii. LtJLU, b. 3 Aug. 1884; d. 10 June 1885. 

176. NoAH^ HucKiNS {Isaac C.,^ Josiah,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'^ Robert,'^ 

James, "^ Robert^), of Oberlin, Ohio, 1889, merchant, born at 
Brookhn, Whitby Township, Ont., 12 Dec. 1839, was living 
in 1910. He married first, 30 Aug. 1866, Ellen V. Adams, 
daughter of Gideon and Bertha (Slocum), v/ho was born at 
Wellington, Ohio, 6 Sept. 1843 and died 25 May 1868; and sec- 
ondly Ermina F. Adams, sister of his deceased wife, who was 
born at Wellington, Ohio, 1 Oct. 1849 and died 16 Sept. 1903. 

Children by second wife, born at Wellington, Ohio : 
i. How.^RD," of Oberlin, Ohio, merchant, b. 9 June 1874; living s.p. 

(1915); m. 28 July 1898 Jennie E. Thomas, dau. of Denison C. 

and INIaria (Baker), b. at Fairview, Pa., 2 June 1871, living 

(1915). 
ii. Ibla B., b. 24 Feb. 1878; d. unm. 18 July 1905. 

177. Pembroke S.^ Huckins (John,'' John,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Rob- 

ert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Boston, 1856, merchant, born at 
Exeter, IMe., 27 Oct. 1826, died 16 June 1889. He married, 
10 Nov. 1857, Emily J. Frost, daughter of Oliver and Caro- 
line King (Warren), who was born at Standish, Me., 3 Dec. 
1832 and died 24 May 1884. 
Children, born in Boston: 
i. Frank,9 of Boston, merchant, b. 7 Aug. 1858; d. G Nov. 1915 ; m. in 
Boston, 2 Oct. 1884, Eva M. Close, dau. of Archelaus H. and 
Frances C. (Stuart), b. in Boston 27 Sept. 1858, living (1915). 

Children, the tirst two b. in Boston, the other at Duxbury, 
Mass. : 

1. Frank Pembroke,'^° of Boston, merchant, student at Harvard 

College, 1905-8, b. 10 Feb. 1886; living (1915) ; m. in Bos- 
ton 21 June 1910 Hazel J. Littlefleld, dau. of Herbert J. and 
Elma Lucy (Harris), b. in Boston 14 Feb. 1888, living (1915) 
at Dorchester, Mass. 

2. Marian, b. 25 July 1888; living unm. (1915). 

3. Smart, of Boston, student, b. 27 July 1896; living (1915). 

ii. Harsy, of Boston, manufacturer, b. 5 Mar. 1861; living s.-p. 
(1915); m. (1) at Kingston, Mass., 24 Oct. 1894, Ina H. Hall, dau. 
of Dr. William C. and Ellen (Gould), b. at West Minot, Me., 
2 Apr. 1862, d. 1 July 1912 ; m. (2) 23 Oct. 1915 Madge Hadden 



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HiscocK, clan, of Nathaniel and Maiy Elizabeth (Brauton\ b. at 
Wiotertou, N. F., 18 Dec. 1889, living (I'Jlo). 
iii. Caroline Frost, b. 28 July 1863; living unm. (1910) at Lexington, 
Mass. 

178. Charles H.^ Huckins (John/ John,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ Robert,^ 

James, ^ Robert^), of Bangor, Me., merchant, born at Bangor, 
Me., 11 Jan. 1845, died 19 May 1907. He married, 18 June 
1884, Minnie Blaisdell, daughter of Dr. John and Annis 
(Pain), who was born at Vermont, 111., 18 Jan. 1860 and was 
living in 1910 in Boston. 
Children: 

i. John B.,^ of Boston, clerk, b. at Los Angelea, Cal., 11 Dec 1885- 

living unm. (1910). 
ii. Annis, b. at Bangor, Me., 2 Aug. 1892; living unm. (1910) in 

Boston. 

179. Franklin S.^ Huckins (Calvin,'' John,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Rob- 

ert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Pierceville, Ind., 1856, Rolla, Mo., 
1864, merchant, soldier in the Civil War (Indiana Vol.)' 
post adjutant in the Grand Army of the Republic, born at 
Exeter, Me., 10 Apr. 1830, died 27 July 1909. He married 
at Aurora, Ind., 29 Nov. 1854, Emerine J. Cochran, daugh- 
ter of Isaac N. and Eleanor (Large), who was born at 
Aurora, Ind., 3 Aug. 1839 and died 25 Sept. 1904. 

Children, born at Pierceville, Ind.: 
i. Mary Alice,^ b. 25 Mar. 1856; living (1915 at Rolla, Mo.); m at 
Rolla, Mo., 6 Oct. 1873, Lieut. Thomas D. Smith, s. of Adolphus 
and Nancy (Dodge), of Rolla, IMo., county surveyor, ofncer in the 
Civil War (142ud N. Y. Vol.), b.at Massena, N. Y., 10 Aug. 1832, 
d. 28 Mar. 1912. > > & , 

Children, the second one b. at Spring Creek, Mo., and the fourth 
atKnotwell, Mo., the others at Rolla, Mo. : 

1. Alfred A.,'^° of Rolla, Mo., merchant, dairy farmer, b. 28 June 

1876; living (1915) ; m. (1) 25 July 190U Tommie V. Heddeu, 
dau. of Dr. Thomas M. and JNIary Catherine (Dunn), b. at 
Versailles, Ky., 1871, d. 16 June 1906; m. (2) 10 July 1907 
Ellen Robertson, dau. of George S. and Eugenia (Stiiwell) b 
at Cuba, Mo., 28 Jan. 1872, living (1915). 

2. Laura A., b. 30 June 1878; living (1915); m. 2G Sept. 1900 

Charles F. Thompson, s. of George and Flora (Baker), of 
Rolla, Mo., drayman, b. at Rolla, Mo., 17 Feb. 1878 livin"- 
(1915). 

3. Lillie B., b. 10 Aug. 1S80; living (1915) ; m. 18 Apr. 1915 Ed- 

mund J. Koch, 8. of Albert and Hedwig (Miller), of Rolla, 
Mo., merchant, b. at Rolla, Mo., 16 Dec. 1872, living (1915) 

4. EllaP., b. 10 Apr. 1884 ; living (1915J ; m. k; Julv 1905 Wilber 

E. Sheldon, s. of Johnson W. and Jane (Cowls), of ^Maple- 
wood. Mo., teleghone engineer, C. E. (Missouri School of 
Mines, 1905), b. at Lisbon, N. Y., 30 Aug. 1^74, liviu'^ (1915) 

5. Emma X>., b. 18 Feb. 1887; living (1915); m. 31 Aug. 1910 

Horace B. Small, s. of John and Josephine Melvina (Stuart), 
of Rolla, Mo., merchant, b. at Fortville, Ind., 12 Dec. 1887, 
living (1915). 

6. Avg^iata, b. 4 Aug. 1889; living (1915) ; m. 24 Dec. 1906 Ward 

B. Mix, s. of Edward Davies and Clara Lavina (Hills), of Ed- 
wardsville, HI., mining engineer, M. E. (Missouri School 
of Mines, 1908), b. at Hailesborough, N. Y., 17 Mar. 1883, 
living (1915). 
ii. James H., of Dixon, Mo., Newburg, Mo., 1888, and of Francis, 
Okla., railroad employee, b. 20 July 1858; living (1910); m. at 



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Dixon, Mo., 22 Dec. 1881, Jane Hughes, dau. of Stephen and 
Nancy Elizabeth (Hilton), b. at Dixon, Mo., 10 Nov. 1864. hving 
(1910). 

Cl'.ildren, tlie first four b. at Dixon, Mo., the others at New- 
burg, Mo. : 

1. }il.i'i)hfn. CJinton,^" of Dixon, Mo., and of Danville, 111., ma- 

chmLst. b. 2 Oct. 1882; living; (1915) ; m. 1 May 1907 Maud 
McAlister, dau. of John and Rebecca (Wishon)', b.at Dixon, 
Mo., 23 Mar. 1S8G, livhig (1915). 

2. Anii.i fthel, h.i Sept. 1884; living (1915); m. 22 Mar. 1906 

Cliarles H. Washum, s. of Matthew and America (Hig- 
uight), of Aurora, Mo., lauudrvnian, b. at Billings, Mo., 18 
Aug. 1880, living (1915). 

3. FnoU-liii S.. of Pacific, Mo., railroad employee, b. 14 Mav 188G ; 

living (1915) ; m. 22 Oct. 1910 Ada Dielil, dau. of John and 
Prances (Halbert), b. at Steeleville, Mo., 16 Oct. 1887, living 
(1915). 

4. John (.■n[pii.hs, of Muskogee, Okla.,maciunist, b. 16 June 1888; 

living (1915) ; ni. G June 1915 Edith Alma Davidson, dau. of 
George and Isabella (Turubill), b. at Kansas City, Mo., i 
Apr. 1S91, living (1915). 

5. Enl<(, b. 29 June 1891 ; living (1915) ; m. 24 June 1915 Van V. 

Elting, s. of Edwin and Lillian E. (Dunlap), of Nevvburg, 
Mo., jeweller, b. at Newburg, Mo., 5 Nov. 1885, living (1915). 

6. Jdmcs Call-ill, of Francis, Okla., railroad employee, b. 8 Oct. 

1S93; living unm. (1915). 

7. 2LiHrlcy, of Erancis, Okla., bauk-clerk, b. 5 Jan. 1896; living 

(1915). 

8. Hestn- IJ., b. 26 Nov. 1901 ; living (1915). 

PnuDENCE, b. 11 Jan. 1880; living (1910); m. 4 Dec. 1879 Samuel 
E.. Hale, s. of WiUiam and Minerva (Brookshire), of Dixon, Mo., 
city marshall, justice of the peace, b. at Hawkins, Ky., 8 Oct. 
1S47, living (1910). 
Children: 

1. Mnrtha £".,'" b. at Spring Creek, Mo., 14 Sept., 1880; living 

( 1915) ; m. 24 Dec. 1899 Elias Sherman Max, s. of David and 
Isabella (Keani). of St. Clair, Mo., miller, b. at Newton, 111., 
28 Oct. 1886, living (1915). 

2. Minnie Z,., b. at ^Yavnesville, Mo., 27 Dec. 1882; d. 19 July 

1883. 

3. ,A'.s-.siV P., b. at Richmond, Mo., 30 Dec. 1883; d. 8 Nov. 1884. 

4. Clifford 2'., of Newburg, Mo., railroad emplovee, b. at Spring 

Creek, Mo., 10 Nov. 1888; living (1915); m. 10 Sept. 1911 
Elizal)eth Fuller, dau. of Frank and Amanda (Roach), b. at 
Newburg, Mo., 21 Oct. 1892, living (1915). 

5. Elizahe.lhL., b. at Spring Creek, Mo., 19 May 1891; living 

(1915) ; m. 11 June 1911 Frank Hauck, s. of John and Monica 
(Schneider), of Dixon, Mo., baker, b. at Schiebach, Bavaria, 
12 Dec. 1886, living (1915). 

6. Alice E., b. at Dixon, Mo., 11 Sept. 1895; living unm. (1915). 
Clintox, of Nev/burg, Mo., Waynesville, Mo., 1895, and of Ponka 

City, Okla., blaclcsmith, b. 5 Aug. 1862; living (1910); m. at 
Dixon, Mo., 5 Oct. 1884, Minnie I. Smith, dau. of JefTerson and 
Elvira (Ebirious), b. at Pacific, Mo., 1838, living (1910). 

Children, the first four b. at Newburg, Mo., the other at Waynes- 
ville, Mo. : 

1. Helen X.,^'> b. 4 Sept. 1886; d. 25 May 1887. 

2. Ralph E., of Springfield, Mo., blacksmith, b. 11 Mar. 1888; 

living unm. (1915j. 

3. Jean IL, b. 18 Aug. 1892; d. 10 Mar. 1895. 

4. MadeXine, b. 14 Oct. 1893; d. 26 Oct. 1893. 

5. Susan K.^ h. 26 Aug. 1895,- living unm. (1915). 



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180. John W.^ Huckins {Calvin,'' John,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Cannon City, Minn., 1861, Minneaoolis, 
Minn., 1862, Dundas, Minn., 1868, Northiield, Minn., 1894, 
merchant, born at Delaware, Ind., 19 Aug. 1838, was living 
in 1910. He married at Flint, Mich., 21 Oct. 1868, Annie 
Graham, daughter of James and Susan (Smith), who was 
born in Seneca Co., Ohio, 7 Sept. 1841 and was living in 1910. 

Children, born at Dundas, Minn. : 
i. Jennie G.,^ b. 13 Jan. 1871; d. unm. at Elgin, 111., 7 Oct. 1896. 
ii. Mabel B., b. 3 Aug. 1878; d. G Feb. 1880. 

181. Ferdinand A.^ Huckins (Stephen^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Tamworth, innkeeper, born at 
Effingham 3 May 1821, died 3 Apr. 1900. He married first, 
at Tamworth, Nancy Jewell, daughter of Mark and Cather- 
ine (Sinclair) (Musgrove's Bristol, vol. 2, p. 245), who was 
born at Tamworth 24 July 1824 and died 19 Apr. 1896; and 
secondly, 4 Oct. 1897, his first cousin, Nancy Hill (Jenness) 
(Hurd) Furbush (32, i, 11), daughter of Samuel and Han- 
nah^ (Huckins) (Oilman). 

Children by first wife, born at Tamworth: 
i. James Henry,' of Tamworth and of Bristol, 1900, farmer, b. 6 Dec. 
1813; living (1910); m. 2,5 Sept. 1866 Laura Ann Pettingill, 
dau. of Sampson and Sarah (Brown), b. at Sandwich 1 Maj' 1845, 
living (1910). 

Only child, b. at Tamworth : 
1. Charles F.,^° of Bristol, diary farmer, b. 19 Apr., 1868; living 
(1915); ra. (1) 26 Jan. 1898 Sarah V. Burleigh, dau. of 
James W. and Jane B. (Ham), b. at Bristol 29 June 1869, 
d. 20 Mar. 1907; m. (2) 28 Nov. 1908 Mary H. (Dealand) 
Hayes, dau. of Stephen J. and Mary (Cooke) and widow of 
Chauncey E., b. at Dover 26 Nov. 1862, living (1915). 
ii. Frank M., of Stoneham, Mass., 1885, New Ipswich, N. H., 1902, 
Ontario, Cal., 1909, Los Angeles, Cal., 1915, farmer, b. 13 Jan. 
1846; living (1915) ; m. 25 Dec. 1870 Ella J. Hill, dau. of Andrew 
W. and Pamela D. (Ghdden), b. in Boston, 6 Apr. 1848, living 
(1910). 

Only child, b. at Tamworth : 
1. Bahie Ciertntde,^° b. 14 Aug. 1874 ; living s.p. (1915) ; m. 9 Aug. 
1906 Andrew P. Fiudlay, s. of Andrew and Mary B. (Pen- 
man), of Los Angeles, Cal., accountant, b. at Kilraai'nock, 
Scotland, 27 Sept. 1873, living (1915). 
iii. Celia E., b. 28 Dec. 1853; d. 28 Oct. 1872. 

iv. Ida, b. 3J June 1853; d. 3 Au?. 1880; ra. 15 July 1873 John F. 
Marston, s. of Wyatt and Elmira (Fellows), of Tamworth, 
farmer, b. at Tamworth 11 Aug. 1851, d. 23 Apr. 1907. 
(Children, b. at Tamworth : 

1. Celia E.,^" b. 24 Oct. 1873; living unm. (1915) at Ossipee 

Valley. 

2. Ada E., b. 28 June 1875 ; living (1915) ; m. 26 Dec. 1901 Frank 

H. Smith, s. of John and Annie (Johnson), of Cornish, Me., 
farmer, b. at Cornish, Me., 22 May 1863, living (1915). 

182. James H. Webb^ Huckins {Stephen,'' Joseph,'^ Joseph,^ Joseph,*^ 

Robert,^ James,'^ Robert^), of Boston, 1842, manufacturer, born 
at Westbrook, Me., 26 Aug. 1822, died 6 Jan. 1884. He mar- 
ried, 27 Feb. 1845, Frances J. Goldsmith, daughter of Hub- 



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bard and Joanna (Roberts), who was born at Ossipee 1 Dec. 
1830 and was living in 1910 at Roxbury, Mass. 

Children, born in Boston: 
i. Pauline F.,^ b. 11 Apr. 1847; living (1910) at Roxbury, Mass.; 
m. in Boston, 27 Feb. 1871, Daniel Webster Spooner, s. of 
Daniel Gale and Nancy (Wilson), of Heath, Mass., merchant, b. 
at Heath, Mass., 4 Apr. 1839, d. 13 Jan. 1906. 
Childred, b. in Boston : 

1. Herbert C.,*°of Detroit, Mich., journalist, b. 13 Mar. 1873 ; living 

(1915) ; m. at Seattle, Wash., 25 Feb. 1906 Olive A. Doaue, 
dau. of Howard P. and Sai'ah (Simson), b. at Onslow, N. S., 
9 Mar. 1884, d. s.p. at Buffalo, N. Y.. 9 Apr. 1914. 

2. Arthur II., b. 27 Jan, 1875; d. 9 Mar. 1879. 

ii. Ida Rosalthe, b. 15 Aug. 1856; living (1910); m. (1) 17 Oct. 1876 
Edward M. Boles, s. of Jerome and Rachel E. (Hazeltine), of 
Boston, merchant, b. in Boston 10 Sept. 1854, d. at Newton- 
ville, Mass., 11 Mar. 1892; m. (2) at Los Angeles, Cal., 30 July 
1896, Dr. Willard Henry Fales, s. of Henry W. and Orpha C. 
(Perley), of Los Angeles, Cal., physician, A.B. (Tufts, 1879), M.D. 
(Harvard, 1882), b. at La Crosse, Wis., 4 Jan. 1858, living (1910). 

Only child by first husband, b. in Boston : 

1. M(id€leine,^° b. 18 Apr. 1879; living (1915) ; m. at Los Angeles, 

Cal., 17 Jan. 1906 Andrew William Stevenson, s. of Robert 

Henry and Elizabeth (Reeves), of Los Angeles, Cal., mining 

engineer, b. at Covey Hill, P. Q., 26 Mar. 1880, living (1915). 

183. RuFUS W.^ HucKiNS (Peter,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Ossipee and of Boston, 1848, wheel- 
wright, born at Ossipee 27 Jan. 1821, died at Freedom 11 
Dec. 1894. He married first, 22 Feb. 1844, Eliza Bennett 
of Tam worth ; and secondly Maria L. Fairbanks, daughter 

of Capt. Fairbanks, who was born at Portland, Me., 

and died in Boston. 

Only child by first wife : 
i. Franklin Rufus,^ b. in Boston, 16 May 1848; d. at Worcester, 
Mass., 20 Oct. 1889. 

Children by second wife, born in Boston, Mass. : 
ii. Alexander D., b. 4 May 1853; d. 12 Apr. 1855. 
iii. Mary Frances, b. 1 Sept. 1862; d. unm. at Melrose, Mass., 18 Apr. 
1904. 

184. Samuel Dalton^ FIuckins (Peter,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,* 

Robert,^ James," Robert), of Boston, merchant, born at Ossipee 
18 Jan. 1822, disappeared in California many years ago. He 
married in Boston, 3 Apr. 1849, Sarah E. Titcomb, daugh- 
ter of Stephen and Eliza S. (Simpson), who was born in 
Boston 5 Nov. 1825 and died 3 Jan. 1903. 

Only child: 
i. Sarah Eliza,' teacher, b. in Boston, 12 July 1853; living unm. 
(1915) at Roxbury, Mass. 

185. Charles Albert^ Huckins (Peter,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'*' 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Boston, salesman, born at Ossipee 
in 1824, died 19 Nov. 1901. He married at Haverhill, Mass., 
7 Oct. 1851, Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Ezra and Hannah 
(Kimball), who was born at Haverhill, Mass., 7 Aug. 1825 
and died 28 May 1903. 



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Children, born in Boston : 
i, Charles Albert,^ b. in 1852; d. 28 Dec. 1853. 
ii. Charles Peter, of Winthrop, Mass., merchant, b. 7 Jan. 1854; 
d. s.p. IS Dec. 1908; m. (1) at Cambridge, Mass., 24 Sept. 1871, 
Annette W. Galvin, dau. of Charles and Kate, b. at Montreal, 
P. Q., in 1853, d. at New Orleans, La.; m. (2) in Boston, in 1890, 
Minnie Agnes Barnett, dau. of Florence and Mary (Dono- 
van), b. in Ireland in 1859, d. in Boston 2 Aug. 1896; m. (3) in 
Boston, Dec. 1896, Eleanor Diana Watts, dau. of James and 
Mary (Perry), b. in East Boston 4 Sept. 1879, who m. (2) Charles 
I. Denvirand was living (1910) at West Somerville, Mass. 
iii. Wallace B., of Boston, salesman, b. 8 Sept. 1862; d. 21 Apr. 1893; 
m. in Boston, 27 July 1888, Nina A. (Crosby) Wasson, dau. 
of Joseph and Hannah E. (Gross) and former wife of John S., b. 
at Orland, Me., 13 Sept. 1881, living (1910) at Mattapan, Mass. 

Only child, b. in Boston : 
1. Ada Elizabeth,^" b. 14 Jan. 1892 ; living unm. (1915). 

186. John Henry^ Huckins (Ivory Lord,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Manchester, N. H., and of Wo- 
burn, Mass., 1913, merchant, born at Somersworth 22 Mar. 
1849, was living in 1914. He married, 25 Oct. 1871, Mary 
Elizabeth Mitchell, daughter of Seth and Mary (Gold- 
smith), who was born at Merrimack 13 June 1848 and was 
living in 1914. 

Children, born at Strafford : 
i. Burton Ivory,^ of Boston, photographer, b. 10 Apr. 1875; Hving 

s.p. (1910); m. at Holyoke, Mass., 7 July 1906, Flora Blamey, 

dau. of George and Agnes (McAlister), b. at Barnston, P. Q., 3 

Dec. 1872, living (1910). 
ii. WlLLL^M A. C, of Boston, clerk, b. 3 Sept. 1884; living unm. (1910). 
iii. Charles A., of Woburn, Mass., stenographer, b. 23 Aug. 1886; 

Uving unm. (1910). 

187. Joseph^ Huckins (Nicholas E.,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,* 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of St. Louis, Mo., 1865, Texarkana, 
Ark., 1883, innkeeper, born at Freedom 17 Aug. 1835, died 
at Shreveport, La., 14 Mar. 1908. He married in St, Louis, 
28 Aug. 1869, Augusta Stock, daughter of Edward and 
Catherine (Osburg), who was born in St. Louis 19 Sept. 1848 
and died at Texarkana, Ark., 22 June 1914. 

Children : 
i. Joseph,' of Oklahoma City, Olda., innkeeper, president of the 
Huckins Hotel Co., Ltd., b. in St. Louis, Mo., 14 May 1870; livhig 
(1915) ; m. 1 May 1895 Olive Mills, dau. of Day and Ida Ohve 
(Clark), b. at Clinton, Iowa, 27 Sept. 1876, living (1915). 
Children, b. at Texarkana, Ark. : 

1. Jos/'ph.^" b. 9 Sept. 1900; living (1915). 

2. Glory, b. 13 Aug. 1903; living (1915). 

ii. Cora, b. in St. Louis, Mo., 3 Dec. 1871; living s.p. (1915); m. 
5 Mar. 1905 Horace Maxwell Carpenter, s. of Horace and 
Genevieve (Keplinger), of Shreveport, La., clerk, b. at New 
Orleans, La., 6 Mar. 1872, living (1915). 

iii. Leon Wood, of Oklahoma City, Olda., innkeeper, vice-president of 
the Huckins Hotel Co., Ltd., b. in St. Louis, Mo., 3 Fob. 1877: 
hving (1915); m. 9 Oct. 1906 Camille Vance, dau. of John ana 
Helen (Pratt), b. at Vanccville, La., 3 June 1885, livmg (1915). 



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Cliilclren, b. at Oklahoma City, Okla. : 

1. Elizabeth Va)ice,^° b. and d. 26 Apr. 1910. 

2. John Vance, b. 10 Juue 1913; liviug (1915). 

iv. Paul Gore, of Texarkana, Ark., innkeeper, treasurer of the Hucldna 
Hotel Co., Ltd., b. in Chicago, 8 Dec. 1881' hving (1915); m. 4 
June 1903 Mary Temple, dau. of David and Wilhelmina (Shaw), 
b. at SedaUa, Mo., 26 Apr". 1880, living (1915). 

Only child, b. at Texarkana, Ark. : 
1. FaiilGore,^°h. 1 Aug. 1908; living (1915). 
V. Marquand, of Texarkana, Ark., innkeeper, secretary of the Huckins 
Hotel Co., Ltd., b. at Texarkana, Ark., 9 Jan. 1885; livmg (1915); 
m. 20 Oct. 1909 Jean Austin, dau. of Edward and Caroline 
(Snow), b. at Webster City, Iowa, 19 Aug. 1886, living (1915). 

Only child, b. at Texarkana, Ark. : 
1. Janet Austin,^°h. 3 Feb. 1911; living (1915). 

188. Charles H.^ Huckins (Ira,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Robert,^ 
James,- Robert'), of Ashland and of Laconia, 1882, farmer, 
born at Tamworth 30 June 1838, died 11 Mar. 1914. He 
married first Georgie Elizabeth Header, daughter of 
Samuel, Jr., and Abigail Moulton (Loveland), who was born 
at Tamworth 22 May 1846, married secondly John William 
Converse (Converse Famity, vol. 2, p. 434), and died at Somer- 
ville, Mass., 25 July 1894; and secondly, 3 July 1869, Martha 
RiCKER, daughter of Asa and Hannah (Bunker), who was 
born at Alton 2 Jan, 1844 and was living in 1915 at Laconia. 

Children by second wife, bom at Ashland : 
i. Annie Estella,* b. 24 May 1870; d. 3 Dec. 1886. 
ii. Harry A., of Laconia, machinist, b. 18 June 1874; living (1910); m. 
22 Mar.* 1890 Mary E. Emery, dau. of Harvey A. and Lydia 
A. (Robinson), b. at Manchester 28 Aug. J872, living (1910). 
Children, the first one b. at Manchester, the others at Laconia: 

1. George,^°h. 29 Jan. 1891 ; d. 8 Feb. 1891. 

2. 3Iinnie Eslella, b. 1 Apr. 1892; living (1915) ; m. 2G Aug. 1812 

Rosaire N. Beruier, s. of Joseph A. and Rose A. (Caron), of 
Laconia, farmer, b. at St. Ours, P. Q., 26 Dec. 1883, liviug 
(1915). 

3. Tooer Asa, of Laconia, machinist, b. 18 Sept. 1893 ; living 

(1915) ; m. 21 Dec. 1912 Evelyn Smith, dau. of Charles Jay 
and Mary E. (Constantine) , b. at Meredith 2 Mar. 1894, living 
fl915). 

4. A Child, b. and d. 1 Oct. 1S9G. 



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ADDENDUM 

JONATHAN^ HUCKINS AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS 

Since the early sheets of this book were printed some information 
about descendants of Jonathan^ Huckins (7, iii) has been brought 
to light and is given here in genealogical form. 

1. Jonathan^ Huckins (Thomas,^ Robert,^ James,^ Rdberf), of 
Nottingham, 1774, and of Topsham, Vt., 1793, farmer, was born at 
Durham in 1750 (?). He married Jane^ Jones, daughter of Richard^ 
(Stackpole's Durham, vol. 2, p. 232). 

In 1780, being then of Nottingham, he purchased of John Wendell 
126 acres there, which he sold in 1802, being then of Topsham, Vt. 
(Rocldngham Deeds, vol. 163, pp. 80-81.) 
Children, born at Nottingham: 

2. i. MosES,6 b. 1770 (?). 

Probably others. 

2. MosES^ Huckins {Jonathan,^ Thomas,'^ Robert,^ James,^ Rob- 

ert^), of Topsham, Vt., farmer, born at Nottingham in 1770 
(?), died in 1851, leaving a will dated 25 July 1844, in 
which he mentions all his children but Eunice (Orange 
Proljate Records, at Wells River, Vt.). He married Lucy 
^ Tabor. 

Children, born at Topsham, Vt. (town records) : 
i. Nancy,^ b. 20 Sept. 1803; d. unm. 

ii. RosANNA, m. at Haverhill, 13 Dec. 1845 (town records), Jonathan 
C. Johnson of Wilmot, clergyman. 

3. iii. Jonathan, b. 25 Feb. 1806. 

iv. Chester M. (? twin), of Topsham, Vt., merchant, b. 20 Dec. 

1808 (?); d. 31 July 1904; m. . Child: 1. Cora E.,^ b. at 

Topsham, Vt., in 1864; d. unm. 10 June 1887. 

V. Cynthia F. (? twin), b. 20 Dec. 1808; d. at Wilton 19 Oct. 1890; m. 
27 Dec. 1830 Ira Coffin of Bethlehem and of New Hampton, 
innkeeper. Child: 1. Almira,^ m. James Corson of Boston, 
Mass., clerk. 

vi. Eunice, b. 16 Apr. 1811; m. 3 Dec. 1829 Benjamin Green. 

3. Jonathan^ Huckins {Moses,^ Jonathan,^ Thomas,^ Robert,^ 

James,^ Robert^), of Topsham, Vt., farmer, born at Topsham, 
Vt., 25 Feb. 1806, died 27 Feb. 1895. He married at Tops- 
ham, Vt., 2 Sept. 1827, Sarah Tabor, who was born at Tops- 
ham, Vt., in 1810 and died 22 May 1871. 
Children, born at Topsham, Vt. : 

4. i. Rodney M.,^ b. in 1828. 

5. ii. John Lovejoy, b. in 1830. 

iii. Moses, of Billerica, Mass., cabinetmaker, b. in 1832; m. at Lowell, 
Mass., 27 Nov. 1852, Marion E. Eaton, dau. of Henry and 
Johanna CMcClure), b. at Tewksbury, Mass., 12 Mar. 1828, d. 17 
Dec. 1910. 



134 

iv. Robert, of Topsham, Vt., farmer, m. Laura W. Jones, dau. of 
Joseph and Lydia L. (Convers?), b. at Topsham, Vt., in 1832, 
who m. (2) John Lovejoy^ Hucldns (5), brother of her deceased 

husband. Child: 1. ,» b. at Topsham, Vt., 12 Apr. 1857; 

d. 30 Dec. 1862. 

4. Rodney M.^ Huckins {Jotiathan,'' Moses,^ Jonathan,^ Thomas,'^ 

Robert,^ James,^ Robert^), of Quincy, Mass., and of Salem, 
Mass., stone-mason, born at Topsham, Vt., in 1828, died at 

Salem, Mass., 24 Dec. 1894. He married IvIary J. , 

who was born at Quincy, Mass. 

Children: 
i. Charles W.,^ b. at Qumcy, Mass., in 1848; d. 29 Sept. 1848. 
ii. Sarah Lois, b. 12 Dec. 1849; m. at Salem, Mass., 28 Nov. 1883, 

Waldo Faunce, s. of Moses D. and Margaret A., of Salem, Mass., 

tanner, b. at Salem, Mass., m 1857. 
iii. Charles R., of Boston, Mass., engraver, b. in Boston in 1866; m. 

in Boston, 5 Sept. 1891, Della D. Crosland, dau. of John and 

Delia L., b. at Portland, Me., in 1873, who m. (2) in Boston, 

19 Mar. 1906, Harley H. Howe. 

5. John Lovejoy^ Huckins {Jonathan,'' Moses,^ Jonathan,^ 

Thomas,^ Robert,^ Jamcs,"^ Robert^), of Topsham, Vt., and of 

Gilford, N. H., cabinet maker, born at Topsham, Vt., in 1830^ 

died 9 May 1895. He married first, at Piermont 17 Dec. 

1863, Laura W. (Jones) Huckins, widow of his brother 

Robert (3, iv); and secondly, 13 Nov. 1884, Hannah F. 

Blaisdell, daughter of Ira and Mary (French), who was. 

born at Wolfeborough in 1848 and died at Concord 2 Apr. 

1909. 
Children by second wife: 

i. Pearl,^ b. at Gilford 16 Aug. 1885; living unm. (1915) at Lochmere. 

ii. Olive Ann, b. 19 Sept. 1886; living s.p. (1915); m. 11 Aug. 1904 
Frank Marshall Brown, s. of IBenjamin F. and Emma (Phil- 
brook), of Laconia, farmer, b. at Tilton 12 Feb. 1877, living 
(1915). 



135 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 

P. 5, line 19, after < 

P. 5, line 35, /or — 

P. 6, line 39, after 7 insert Capt., before b. insert officer in the Revolution and 
after (2) insert Ensign. ' 

P. 5, line 53, aftn- (1) insert 5 Feb. 1725 (Stackpole's Durham, vol. 2 p 17?:) 

P. 5, line 5(;, after 173-1 insert (N. H. State Papers, vol. 32, p. 518). 

P. 6, line 5, /^e/ore m. insert wlio. 

P. 6, line 6, before d. iHser^ and. 

P. 6, line 9, after (Burnliam) insert (Stackpole's Durham, vol. 2, p. 362). 

P. G, line 25, /or (Rolnnson-Tibbetts) read (Robinson) (Tibbetta). 

P. 6, line 34, after m. insert liis first cousin once removed. 

P. 6, line 34, after Drew, insrrt (3, i, 3). 

P. 7, line 4, after River rnsert He was of Madbury Parish iu 1754 (Stackpole's 
Durham, vol. 2, p. 197). fy^^^a 

P. 8, line 26, /or Samuel Hill read Capt. Samuel^ Hill. 

P. 9, line 18, after Thomas* insert of Durham and of Woodstock, Vt (Stack- 
pole's Durham, vol. 2, p. 306). • V^tctl^K 

P. 9, line 19, (//Ve?-»Timothy insert and Sarah (Abbott). 

P. 9, line 21, after Abijah insert of Durham. 

^' '"^(Tibbetts'f ""'' ^^'^^'^"'^ '"'■'''■^ probably s. of Ensign John» and Brldgett 

P. 9, line 24, add and of Enfield (Stackpole's Durham, vol. 2, p. 391) b 1749 <i 
14 June 1823. ^' " ' 

P. 9, line 28, /or John Randall read John* Randall, son of William3 and Hannah 
(Mason) . 



P. 9, luie 28, (cdd and of Springfield, Vt. (Stackpole's Durham, vol. 2 p 313) 

P. 9, line 34, after married insert at Greenland. 

P. 11, line 34, for Benjamin read Joseph and Hannah (Mead). 

P. 11, line 47, after farmer insert who m. (2) Lydia Mudgett, sister of his d^ 



ceased wife, and. 
P. 11, line 53, before John C. insert her first cousin. 
P. 11, line 53, /or John and (Sleeper) read John Hull and Mary (Clifford) 

and g. s. of Joseph and Hannah (Mead) sin^ra. -^ 

P. 11, line 55, /or 1800 read 7 Oct. 1799. 
P. 12, line 10,/or s. of Paul and Sdsanna, of New Hampton, farmer d Aue 

1847, rc«d surviving hnslmnd of her sister Hannah, g.u. ' ' 

P. 13, line 61, /or Francis read Frances. 
P. 16, lines 16 and 18, f,r Josiah read Josiah" and Hannah (Stevens) (Staclv- 

pole's Durham, vol. 2, p. 163). ^ 

P. 16, line 19, add d. 21 Sept. 1870 (tombstone). 
P. 16, line 20, /or Rundlett of Durham read Rundlett, s. of John and Christiana 

(Fox) (Stackpole's Durham, vol. 2, p. 320), of Durham, miller, town clerk 

b. at Lee 8 Jan. 1792, d. 9 Feb. ISHl. ' 

P. 17, line 10, omit m. 4 June 1823 (town records) Nancy Brown of Northfleld. 
P. 17, hne 26, after 1772 insert He took the Association test iu 1775 (Stacknole's 

Durham, vol. 1, p. 126). i^ <= = 

P. 17, line 31, f>r Josepli'' read Joseph* and for John» rend John*. 
P. 17, line 32, after 681 insert comma, and Stackpole's Durliam, vol. 2, p. 163. 
P. 17, line 55, after 1777 insert her second cousin. 

P. 17, lines 56-7, /or Abigail* (Runnells) rend Abigail* (Runnells) (3, ii 3) 
P. 18, line 4, omit (?). 

P. IS, line 5, after f Whitcher) insert (Stackpole's Durliam, vol. 2, p. 265) 
P. 18 line IS, afier m. insert at Lexington, Mich., 1837, and after Mary omit 



136 

p. 18, lines 44 and 45, stibstUute : ^ ^, ^^ , 

X Hannah,* b. 14 Sept. 1777; d. 1 June 18G7; m. at Madbury 20 Apr. 
1800 (toAvn records) Osgood Ward, probably s. of Pliiuelias* and 
Dorothy (Osgood) (Cogswell's Heuuiker, p. 760), of Candor, N. Y., 
1812, farmer, b. at Heuniker 19 Jan. 1779, d. 1851. 

Children, the first one b. at Lee, the second at Ascott, P. Q., the 
next four at Kingston, Ont., tlie others at Candor, N. Y. (family 
record in possession, 1915, of Mrs. Walter J. Terry, daughter of 
Harvey HalF Ward, of Ithaca, N. Y.) : 

1. JSarah A. ,7 b. 16 Aug. 1800 ; d. Nov. 1880 ; m. 31 Dec. 1822, Jared 

Smith, s. of Capt. Joel, Jr., and Lydia (Gay's Tioga County, 
pp. 167-8, 174), of Candor, N. Y., fanner, b. at Farmingtou, 
Conn., Nov. 1794, d. Aug. 1878. 

2. Jliram, of Candor, N. Y., farmer, b. 17 Jan. 1802; d. 22 Dec. 

1896 ; m. 2 Dec. 1824, Adeline Lewis^ Stanley, dau. of William^ 
and Amanda (Judd) (Stanley Families, pp. 316-7), b. at Farm- 
ingtou, Conn., 12 Nov. 1801, d. 12 Feb. 1875. 

3. Eliza, b. 29 Mar. 1804; m. Ansel Hubbard, blacksmith. 

4. Mary, b. 25 Apr. 1807; m. Almou Woodruff, farmer. 

5. Joseph Xdson, of South Dauby, N. Y., farmer, b. 28 Apr. 1809; 

d. 24 Sept. 1868; m. 6 Nov. 1836 Jane Maria Wri|§(iit, dau. of 
Charles W., b. at South Danby, N. Y., d. at Carpeuteria, Cal., 
3 Aug. 1910. 

6. Cgnthia, b. 14 June 1811; d. 14 Oct. 1898; m. 3 July 1828 John 

Botsford Bacon, s. of Seth and Sarah (Botsford), of Candor, 
N. Y., merchant, b. at Woodbury, Conn., 15 July 1805, d. at 
Elizabeth, N. J., 27 Apr. 1874. 

7. Charles P., of Candor, N. Y., farmer, b. 4 Sept. 1813; d. 25 June 

1882; m. 11 Jan. 1832 Minerva E. Smith, who d. 23 Jan. 1892. 

8. Warren, b. 19 May 1816; d. 1833. 

9. Harveti Hall, of Candor, N. Y., farmer, b. 9 Juue 1818; d. 18 

Feb! 1894; m. 1852 Phoebe Burdick* Spaulding, dau. of Na- 
thauieU and Susan (Stage) (Spaulding Memorial, p. 394), b. 
at Groton, N. Y., 28 Apr. 1835, d. 12 Nov. 1911. 
10. Adeline C, b. 2 Dec. 1820 ; d. 9 June 1895 ; m. 26 Dec. 1846 Almou 

A. McGill, s. of John and (Giles), of Candor, N. Y., 

mason, b. at Owego, N. Y., 19 Apr. 1823, d. at MarionviUe, 
Mo , 7 Feb. 1895. 

P. 18, line 47, before joiner insert of Lee, 1759. 

P. 20, line 41, after fanner insert b. 26 June 1791; d. 3 Aug. 1872 (tombstone). 

T. 20, Vine -12, at hr',,iin>nifi insn-t Ma]. 

P. 20, line 43, for 17:»7 r,:o<J 2 Oct. 1796, d. 23 Aug. 1871 (tombstone). 

V. 2ll lines 2-3, /<'r ( Atwood-Kand) read (Atwood) (Rand). 

P. 21, line 61,./oV Ann rrod Anna. 

P. 22, line 4, for 1781 read 1791. 

P. 25, lines 7"and 13, for Clarissa read Clarissa K. 

P. 27, line 3, after m.' insert il) Benjamin Fox, m. (2) 1817. 

P. 27, line 3, omfj (or Daniel). ^, __ .o. , i, 

P. 27, line 4, /or Lee read Lee, b. 24 Sept. 1776, d. 18 July 18o9 (Stackpole s 
Durham, vol. 2, p. 180). 

P. 28, line 2, after 1822 insert who. 

P. 28, line 12, /or Sarah (Bickford) read Sarah' (Bickford) (Stackpole s Dur- 
ham, vol. 2, p. 27). „ „ „ 

P 28 line 38, for Nicholas Brock read Solomon Hall Brock. 

P 28 line 39 at heainnina insn-l B.arriuLCtoii an<l of a.nd after Mass. insert 1867. 

p" 29* line '")' for I'litiiain' Spalrlin-: <if 15ri<i-(-,v;itrr rr,oJ Putnam^ Spalding, s. 
of Putnam" u.ul AlH-ail (Fro.tj (Spaldiii- 3!..ni<,.rial, p. 524), of Went- 

P 2;T.*lin(" 30, add b. at Bridgewater 27 June 1809, who m. (2) 24 Oct. 1849 Mary 
(hitler and d. 4 Julv 1301. 

1). insert at Alexandria. 

' iiK insert who '/)"' ofier Dow insert and was. 

111. (/;.( ft N<»v. \>y2 and after Gray insert dau. of George and 

;■ 19'W insert 12 July. 



P. 2- 

P. L". 


t, line 17, 


afle 


P. 2i 


.Marv (Mi 
• ,]uieOO, 


U's). 



137 

P. 29, line 54, omit (1). 

P. 29, line 55, after 1837 insert who. 

P. 29, line 56, after Concord insert and. 

P. 30, line 34, for read 9 July 1884 as his second Tvife Moses Osgood. 

P. 30, line 35, for Seavey of Meredith read Seavev, s. of Samuel and Deborah 

(Osgood), of Meredith, b. 1811, d. 21 June 1886. 
P. 30, line 39, for 31 Oct. read 28 Feb. 
P. 30, line 44, after Elizabeth insert (DollofF). 
P. 30, line 45, before 1854 insert 31 Dec. and after (1910) insert at Meredith 

Centre. 
P. 31, line 12, before John insert 3 July 1908. 
P. 31, lines 59-60, /o?- (or Nathaniel) who is said to have been born in Ireland 

read and Rhoda (Aldrich) , who was born at Stanstead, P. Q. 
P. 32, line 2, /or 1800 read 15 Jan. 1802. 
P. 34, line 26, after 1785 insert his second cousin and after (Ruuuells) insert 

(3, ii, 3). 
P. 34, line 40, after wife insert her second cousin. 
P. 34, line 41, after (Randall) insert (13, ii, 6). 
P. 34, line 45, for Burbank read Burbank, s. of Jonathan and Elizal)eth and add 

comma. 
P. 34, line 61, before 8 Nov. insert at Westborough, Mass. 
P. 35, line 16, omit Randall (Dutch). 
P. 35, line 22, after Daniel insert Jr. 

P. 35, line 53, after merchant insert soldier in the Civil War. 
P. 36, lines 14-15, for Mary^ (Randall) Dutch, widow, daughter of Thomas' 

(Miles*) read Mary . 

P. 36, line 35, after Golden insert of Granville, Mich., farmer. 

P. 37, line 4, after b. insert at Monroe, Mich. 

P. 37, line 51, for 15 read 16. 

P. 37, line 54, add b. at Whitby, Ont., 1821, d. 3 July 1887. 

P. 39, line 43, before June insert 14 and after d. insert 8. 

P. 40, line 4, after (Hidden) insert (Jewett Genealogy, vol. 1, p. 401). 

P. 41, line 21, after 1846 insert (N. H. Gen. Record,\ol. 7, p. 64). 

P. 41 , line 27, for 25 Feb. 1906 read 15 Apr. 1908. 

P. 41, line 40, /or Effingham read Effingham, the last one at Bangor, Me. 

P. 42, line 9, for 7 June 1883 read 8 June 1836 and for Sept. read 31 Aug. 

P. 42, line 10, after (1) insert 21 Mar. 1860, after Me. insert 1839, d. 14 June 1861 

and after (2) insert 23 Feb. 1865. 
P. 42, line 12, for 6 Mar. 1841, d. Oct. 1897 read 7 Mar. 1843, d. 12 Oct. 1898. 
P. 42, line 25, after editor insert (Register, vol. 68, p. Ivii). 
P. 45, line 41. add married secondly in 1873 as his second wife Sylvester Thomp- 
son, of Monltonborough. 
P. 45, line 42, after died insert at Ashland. 
P. 46, line 56, /or Albert M. read Albert Morris. 
P. 48, line 29, for 20 Aug. read 21 Aug. 
P. 48, line 32, for Wentworth read Warren. 
P. 50, line 26, /or 1895 read 1859. 
P. 51, line 3, after War insert (26th Mass. Vol.). 
P. 51, line 9, after War insert (4th Mass. Vol.). 
P. 53, line 40, for Ashland read Plymouth. 
P. 54, line 5, for Nov. read at West Burke, Vt., 13 Dec. 
P. 54, line 6, after Mary insert Clifford. 

P. 54, line 7, after Holderness insert 4 July 1831 and for in rend 19 Feb. 
P. 54, line 31, for Delos read Delos S. 

P. 55, line 40, afU'r 1869 insert her fourth cousin once removed. 
P. 55, line 41, after (Smith) insert (31, vi, 1). 
P. 65, line 53, for Albert M. read Albert Morris. 
P. 56, line 39, after Roxanna insert M. 
P. 61, line 17, /or living (1910) read d. 2 Jan. 1915. 
P. 61, lines 21-2, /or living (1910) readd. 1914. 
P. 61, line 28, /or Abram read Abraham. 
P. 61, line 34, /or 1833 read 1831. 
P. 63, line 41, /or Dallas City, 111. read Skedee, Okla. 
P. 64, line 15, for living (1910) rend d. 4 Dec. 1914. 
P. 64, line 18, '/or Sterling, Kans. read Skedee, Okla. 



138 

p. 64, line 55, for 1882 read 1898. 

P. 65, liue (=,2,' after s.p. add a star (*) a7id n note She had va\ adopted son Terry 
Holcomb, of Case, Col., farmer, who was born at Denver, Col., 6 Oct. 1886 
and was living unm. (1910). 

P. 66, line 28, /or living (1910) read d. 15 Aug. 19U. 

P. 66, line 49, after s.p. add a star (*) and a note He had an adopted child, daugh- 
ter of Orlando and Martha Esther (Robinson) Legraud, who was born at 
Jopliu, Mo., 11 Feb. 1898 and was living (1910). 

P. 72, line 1, for one read two. 

P. 74, line 17, for P. read Prescott and for Jan. read June. 

p! 76, line 7, for Nancy (Cashing) rt-ad Mary Pease (Lord). 

P. 83, liue 30\ for Rufus read Rufus W. 

P. 88, liue 87, after expressman insert soldier iu the Civil War (5th battery, 
Mass. light art.). 

P. 89, line 40, for H. race rend Horace. 

P. 92, line 58,Vor Helen read Ellen (Burke), and before 1865 insert 2 Feb. 

P. 93, line 3, add 6. A daughter, b. at Fitchburg, Mass., 17 Jan. 1903; d. 1 Feb. 
1903. 

P. 98, line 21, /or (Johnson) read (Johnston). 

P. 98, line 34, after 1912 insert his third cousin aJid after George insert H. 

P. 98, line 35, after Mary insert N. and after (Plaisted) insert (16, ix, 7). 

P. 105, line 40, 'for Edwards read Edmunds. 

P. 124, line 20, /-/r Port Huron, Mich., read Stuart, Iowa, the fourth at Mam- 
moth Springs, Ark. 

p i''4 line 'J9, for merchant, read traiu despatcher. 

p' l'^4, line 59, for read 31 Jan. 1914 Milton D. Fair, s. of George and 

Charlotte (Windrem) , of Blaine, Mich., manufacturer, b. at Millbrook, Ont., 
27 Apr. 1879, living (1915). 

P. 124, line 60, omit unm. and add at end of next line m. 27 Feb. 1912 Nma Leo- 
nora Simmons, dau. of William and Emma (Lefler), b. at Amadore, Mich., 
1 Aug. 1894, living (1915). 



INDEXES 



INDEX 



HUCKINS 



HUCKINS 




HUCKINS 




1816(?)- 


— m. Hayes 32 


1859- 


Albert D. m. Nettie I. Moore 94 


1786{?)- 


— (Farrington) 38 


1843-1910 


" E. m. Ellen C. Skinner 101 


1800(?)- 


— (Dearborn) 75 


1897-97 


" G. unm. 91 


1840-1904 


Aaron S. m. Abbie A. Sweeny 112 


1866-86 


•* H. unm. 88 


1822-44 


" W. unm. 61 


1888- 


" K. unm. 88 


1840- 


Abbie A. (Sweeny) 112 


1896-96 


" Louis unm. 113 


1828-54 


Abiah m. Joseph Kelly 63 


' 1851- 


" M. m.(l) Ella M. Sawyer (2) 


1695- 


Abigail (Edgerly) 7 


Mary E. Huckins (3) Lydia A. Brierly (4) 


1705(?)- 


(Spencer) 7 


Ida M. (Tuttle) Lyon (5) Alice (Ball) 


1727- 




Spooner 46 55 


1733-1829 


m. Samuel Hill 8 


1886- 


Albert O. m. Katharine V. McNan- 


1733(?)- 


m. John Randall 9 




ley 117 


1756- 


*• unm.(?) 15 


1898- 


" Sumner unm. 115 


1775(?)- 


" (Heath) 31 


1867-1901 


Albertie M. m. Frederick L. Strick- 


1778-1816 


" unm. 12 




land 91 


1784- 




1854- 


Albertine m. (1) Caroline Kinnev 


1786-1823 


" m. John P. Mills 34 


(2) Millicent L. Champlain (3) Josephine 


1791-1872 


•' (Dow) 24 


M. (C 


ooley) Overstreet 106 


1791-1871 


" (Mudgett) 22 


1883- 


Albertine M. m. Norman Hoyt 94 


1791-1854 


" (Smith) 25 


1856-1913 


Albie N. m. Janette Irish 69 


1805.(?)-80 


(Aldrich) 68 


1891- 


Alden Dana unm. 103 


1810(?)-72 


" m. (1) — Aldrich. (2) — 


1853-55 


Alexander D. unm. 130 




Bailey 32 


1869-85 


Alice unm. 87 


1812-51 


*• (Smith) (Dollofif) 13 51 


1873- 


" (Burleigh) 116 


1816-1906 


" m. Frye Hutehins 26 


1882- 


" (Ball) (Spooner) 56 


1824-49 


" m. Daniel C. Kelly 25 


1860-69 


" L. unm. 105 


1841- 


" m. Edward B. Lowd 53 


1879- 


" " m. Arthur W. Symonds 93 


1S61-1903 


m. James C. Everett 52 


1900- 


" " unm. 124 


1876- 


(Dearbo.-n) 89 


1882- 


" M. m. John A. Paulson 105 


1829-73 


A. m. Lewis Coleman 65 


1884- 


" " m. Edgar A. Newcomb 117 


1850-1911 


" C. m. Henry J. Zimmer 71 


1877-78 


" May unm. 93 


1848-96 


" E. (Buzzell) 100 


1862- 


" R. m. George A. Sackett 103 


1863- 


J. (Easterbrook) 88 


1888- 


Allison unm. 114 


1815-49 


" m. Asahel Buell 33 


1873(?)- 


Alma (Sifford) 72 


1832-80 


" m. Daniel W. Mudge 67 


1860- 


Almina M. m. William Peasley 108 


1906- 


Scruton unm. 103 


1810-1900 Almira (Prescott) 73 


1841-1908 


" W. unm. 73 


1837-1915 


" A. m.(l)Rockwood G.Merrill 


1831-1908 


" (Whitehouse) 103 


(2) Walter D. Blaisdell 73 


1772-80 


Abijah unm. 18 


1828-55 


Almira S. m. James H. Plaisted 15 


1796-1861 


" m. Sarah (Young) (Willey) 




26 




76 


1840-47 


W. unm. 77 


1795(?)- 


Abra unm.(?) 29 


1860- 


Almore W. unm. 47 


1817-63 


Abraham W. m. Elizabeth Parshley 


1858-87 


Alonzo m. — 109 




104 


1838-1913 


A. m. Frances Dunlap 91 


1841- 


Abram H. unm. 67 


1838-1913 


B. m. Mary 0. Hewitt 110 


1887- 


Ada (Diehl) 128 


1883- 


" " unm. Ill 


1859-83 


" B. (Crawford) 97 


1832- 


" D. m. Viletta McWain 124 


1853- 


" E. m. Edwin A. Thurston 117 


1881- 


" F. unm. 91 


1892- 


" Elizabeth unm. 131 


1835-1907 


" K. m. Sarah C. Goodridge 


1888- 


" Louvan unm. 97 




88 


1812-90 


Adelia M. unm. 62 


1861-63 


'• •' Jr. unm. 88 


1818-89 


Adeline (Wiggin) 46 


1885(?)- 


Alta (Utter) 113 


1854(?)- 


" unm.(?) 70 


1853- 


Alvah P. m. (1) Ada B. Crawford 


1863- 


" A. (Stevens) 106 




(2) Ruby Plaisted 97 


1855- 


E. m. Daniel S. Batchelder 


1884- 


Alvin E. m. Clara Gere 109 




46 


1835-84 


Amanda A. m David M. Whitney 


1886- 


" M. (Hill) 100 




50 


1848-67 


Alba W. unm. 55 


1835-41 


M. unm. 82 


1831-95 


Albert unm. 85 


1839-95 


P. m. George C. Taylor 47 


1868-84 


" unm. 100 


1847-1912 Amelia A. (Hammond) 96 


1867- 


" A. m. Margaret F. Banks 91 


1830-1907 


" m. Edward W. Libby 82 


1878- 


C. m. Mary E. (Roberts) 


1857-1908 Amy m. Edward Bassingthwaighte 




Messer 109 




124 



142 



HUCKINS 

1870-70 Arav B. unm. 89 
1861-1904 " D. (Hcwland) 95 

1865- " V. (Priestman) 110 
1768-1824 Andrew m. Mary- Daniels 27 
1820-1904 " m. Maria J. Chamberlain 

102 
1846-47 " unm. 120 

1853- " A. m. Caroline W. Hutchina 

97 
1846-1912 " B. m. Jane Mcllreew 120 
1833-68 Anice J. m. (1) Noah F. Lyon (2) 

Chauncev Hatch 65 
1784-1863 Ann m. Stephen Granville 38 85 
1833-68 '• A. m. Samuel C. Whitticr 60 

1840- " E. m. David Perkins 54 

1823-1900 " G. m. (1) David S. Giles (2) 

Asa Rollins 75 
1831-1902 " M. (Johnson) 85 
1780-1848 Anna (Dame) 16 56 
1828-1910 " m. John E. Foss 61 
1840-99 " (Tucker) 60 

1859-1900 " (McFarland) 113 
1864-83 " m. Oren Greenleaf 87 

1840- " E. m. Da\-id Perkins 54 

1854- " " m. Charles H.Washum 128 

1877- " L. m. Allie Sperry 115 
1881- " " m. Samuel Morey 97 
1820(?)- " Y. (Vinson) 61 

1853- Annette W. (Galvin) 131 

1844- Annie (Graham) 129 

1869- " (Sweatt) 117 

1900-01 " Dearborn unm. 89 

1862- " E. (Harmon) 76 118 

1870-86 " Estella unm. 132 

1891- " M. unm. 115 
1889-90 " Marilla unm. 90 

1892- Annis imm. 127 
1807-36 Arabella (Welch) 80 
1861-1910 " V. m. David W. Gate 104 
1881- Arah Asa m. Bertha M. Berrj- 93 
1829- Aravesta m. Charles Peters 81 
1827-1907 Arcann unm. 81 

1898-99 Archie Gilman unm. 54 

1900- Alley unm. HI 

1867- Armina m. Benjamin Hilliker 121 

1908-08 Arnold unm. 93 

1827-87 Arthur unm. 85 

1877-1907 " unm. 117 

1884- " E. m. Mary E. Perkins 98 

1866- " J. m. Emma A. Peters 52 

1878- " T.. unm. 89 

1871- " S. m. Edna C. Cain 112 

1905- " " Jr. unm. 112 

1807-78 Asa m. Elizabeth Seavey 99 
1909- Asahel Allen unm. 97 

1848-1914 Augusta (Stock) 131 
1877- " B. m. Frederick T. Hunt 

102 



102 

Barzillai m. Jane A. Stimpaon 105 

Bayonne Avon unm. 125 

Beatrice unm. 93 

BeHnda (Ricker) 51 

Belle m. Horace S. Stevenson 91 



1816-1901 

1894- 

1908- 

1834-69 

1871- 

1740(?)- 

1892- 

1853-1903 

1813-74 



Benjai 



F. V 



. 124 



53 



1886- Berniee A. m. William E. Taisey 108 

1873- " H. m. Amos H. Kimball 104 

1859-85 Bert m. Jane A. Warner 94 

1890- " William unm. 60 

1889- Bertha (Richardson) 89 

1910- " Hazel unm. 112 

1866- " L. m. John W. Stevens 99 

1881- " M. (Berry) 93 

1885- " " m. George Newcomb 111 

'■ " 91 



HUCKINS 

1876- Blanche (Orrall) 116 

1885- " (Roberts) 113 

1894- " G. (Hawkins) 98 

1896-96 " Hazel unm. 93 

1S75- " T. unm. 115 

1872- Burton B. m. Phebe Bums 111 
1875- " I. m. Flora Blarney 131 

1823-1908 Caleb A. m. Lucretia T. Ward 52 

1803-70 Calvin m. Olive Tibbetts 81 
1816-97 " m. Welthy Brown 51 

1822-77 " S. m. Mary A. Plaisted 15 49 

1885- Camille (Vance) 131 
1914-14 CarlE. unm. 97 
1893-93 " Rodney unm. 98 
1869-71 " Webb unm. 68 

1893- " White unm. 107 
1860-1912 Carlos Allen unm. 46 

1845- Carlotta D. (Carleton) 58 102 

1802-67 Caroline m. Joseph Warren 42 

1842-72 " (Geer) 58 

1849-70 " m. — Millspaugh 120 

1859-75 " (Kinney) 106 

1866- " (Parmenter) 115 
1833-75 " B. unm. 62 

1867- " E. (Veasey) 87 

1873- " " (Staus) 101 

1882- " " m. Alberto A. Smith 90 

1832-1904 " F. m. Hiram Pray 85 

1863- " Frost unm. 127 

1838-69 " G. m. Bion E. Harmon 75 
118 

1860- " J. (Thompson) 113 
1826-59 " L. m. Charles H. Thing 62 

1852- " W. (Hutchins) 97 

1858- Carrie J. m. Elwin J. Prescott 88 

1868- Catherine (Sample) 106 
1841-1900 " B. m. (1) George W. 

Hunt (2) Henry F. Plaisted (3) Rufus 
Blake 47 

1870-96 Catherine M. m. Josephus T. 
Storms 120 

1853-72 Celia E. unm. 129 

1009- " L. unm. 90 

1793-1864 Charles m. Susan Wilkinson 15 26 

1839- " m. (1) Mary B. Sargent (2) 

Maria (Perkins) Philbrook (3) Eva Jack- 
son 49 

1854(?)- Charles unm. 103 

1870(?)- '• unm. Ill 

1824-1901 " A. m. Elizabeth Smith 130 

1843- " " unm. 67 

1845-80 " " m. Laura C. Hill 100 

1853- " " unm. 104 

1886- " " unm. 131 
1852-53 " Albert Jr. unm. 131 
1870-71 " " unm. 89 
1856-57 " B. unm. 106 

1859- " " m. Mary E. Waters 49 
1843-95 " " m. Emma F. Ccnnor 96 
1848- " C. m. Pauline S. Doore 105 
1838-92 " D. m. Anna Tucker 60 
186.5- " " m. Mary E. Peasley 108 
1912- " Embury unm. 125 

1868- " F. m. (1) Sarah V. Burleigh 

(2) Mary H. (Dealand) Hayes 129 

1838-1914 Charies H. m. (1) Georgia E. 
Meader (2) Martha Ricker 132 

1845-1907 Charies H. m. Minnie Blaisdell 127 

1894- " Henry unm. 114 

1861- " M. m. (1) Ella Nye (2) 

Ellen L. Fisher 92 
1868- " " m. Kate Greenway 123 

1900- " " Jr. unm. 123 

1854-1908 " P. m. (1) Annette W. Gal- 
vin (2) Minnie A. Bennett (3) Eleanor D. 
Watts 131 
1866-91 Charies R. m. Delia D. Crosland 134 
1861- " S. m. (1) Emma F. Hurd 

(2) Annie Sweatt 117 
1832-1913 " W. m. Lvdia T. Tarbox 91 
1836-37 " " unm. 81 

1848-48 " " unm. 134 

1856-1914 " " m. Katharine Besser 114 



143 



HUCKINS 

1903-03 Charles W. unm. 92 

Charlotte (Perkins) 98 

" m. Alonzo Lyford 6 



1804-85 

1850- 

1875(?)- " 1 

1847-47 " 1 

1826-1905 Cheney N, 



. Eliza A. (Coombs) 



Plui 



r 72 



1820-67 Chester B. i 
1884-85 " Lathrop unm. 113 

1808-1904 " M. m. — 133 

1834-82 Chestina m. John Rae 64 

1897-99 Claire B. u 



1847- 

1881- 

1876- 

1871- 

1852-1903 

1855-56 

1876- 

1845-45 

1887- 

1851-1907 

1884- 



1831-1901 

1830-1903 

1822(?)- 

1873- 

1905- 

1902- 

1862- 

1802-72 

1851-71 

1871- 

1881-98 

1864-83 

1871- 

1873-1905 

1878- 

1903- 

1878- 

1836-1900 

1845-45 

1825-90 

1834-1906 

1872- 
1855- 
1808-90 



(Pierce) 86 
" (Cooper) 125 
" (Gore) 109 
" A. (Robinson) 93 
•' E. (Howe) 93 
" Etta unm. 108 
" Russell unm. 95 
Clarence unm. 67 

D. unm. 105 
" L. n 



" Waldo m. Marion F. Chase 
90 
Clarissa A. m. Lemuel W. Sargent 68 

K. (Smith) 13 25 86 
Clark unm. 75 

Claude D. m. Alma Sifford 72 
Cleon Gerald unm. 115 
CUfton Frank unm. 94 
CHnton m. Minnie I. Smith 128 
Comfort D. (Sanborn) 44 
Cora m. Ximenez P. Wright 49 

" m. Horace M. Carpentf 

" B. unm. Ill 

" E. unm. 133 

" " m. Melvin J. Gerrish 100 

•' " (Warner) 115 

" " (Starkey) 93 

" Josephine unm. 54 

" M. m. Asahel Manning 97 
Cordelia (Pierce) 53 
A. unm. 118 



Curtis W. m. Cora E. Starkey 93 
Cynthia m. John Acker 109 
F. m. Ira Coffin 133 



131 



1830-65 Dana D. m. Vesta A. Potter 53 
1886- " James unm. 94 

1787-1863 Daniel m. Abigail Dow 24 
1789(?)- " m. Sarah Higgins 62 

1801-71 " m. Eunice Gale 75 

1814-18 
1822-97 
1826-78 



•' Jr. unm. 24 

m. Mary Banghart 120 
" B m. (1) Susan E. Cock (2) 
— (3) Lydia E. McMillan 52 
Daniel G. m. (1) Eliza Moffatt (2) 
Juliette R. Johnson 49 
" " unm. 118 
" M. m Anna Y. Vinson 61 
W. m. Mercv A. Yeaton 104 
David m. Melinda Dow 50 

m. Lucy .A.. Dusett 120 



1825-94 

1843-45 
1813-61 
1828-99 
1810-93 
1829-65 
1844(?)- 
1836- " A. m. (1) Harriet L.Embury 

(2) Frances (Lowry) Curtis 125 
1819-94 David T. m. Sarah F. White 67 
1781-1819 Deborah (Gordon) 20 21 
1824-70 " m. Sylvester B. Ames 22 

1822-1902 " B. m. George W. K. Carle- 

ton 58 
1881- Dell m. Benjamin T. Dunn 126 

1889-1914 Delia B. unm. 89 
1873- " D. (Crosland) 134 

1856- Delos S. m. Amy D. Howland 95 



HUCKINS 

1900- Dessie Parthenia unm. 115 

1898- Dewey unm. 121 

1858- Dora m. Llewellyn Nash 110 

1755-1810 Dorcas (Bickford) 11 19 

1803-88 " m. Wlnthrop Y. Hanaford 



Anne unm. 48 
" H. (Smith) 13 47 
" M. m. Horace H. Morrison 
48 
Doris unm. 115 
Dorothea E. unm. 91 
Dorothy (Dow) 51 



1846-1912 

1810-44 

1843-95 

1899- 

1903- 

1815(?)- 

1901- ■• a. unm. \I6 

1905- " C. unm. 113 

1907- " Edna unm. 117 

1879-1912 Dwight L. m. Louise Buergin 106 

1884-1912 Earl m. Aha Utter 113 
1775(?)- Ebenezer m. Abigail Heath 31 
1807-95 " Jr. m. Susan E. Sherman 



1872- 

1895- 

1855- 

1891- 

1880- 

1891- 

1912- 

1851-52 

1873- 

1910- 

1876- 

1893- 



1863-65 

1870- 

1849- 

1875(?)- 

1852- 



•' Otis 
" W. m. Jennie M. Patten 107 
" Wolcott unm. 100 
Edith m. Da\^s Page 87 
" A. (Davidson) 128 
Mary unm. 89 
Edmund O. unm. 106 
EdnaC. (Cain) 112 

" Mabel unm. 97 
Edward m. Nettie Barron 125 
Leroy unm. 110 
" Lincoln unm. 104 
S. unm. 116 
Edwin m. Ellen Avery 87 

m. Nellelu A. Smith 93 
" J. D. m. (1) Belinda Ricket 
(2) Martha L.Tay- 
lor 51 
'• L. unm. 117 

" " m. Marv L. Harmon 117 
. Manila S. Gordon 89 



Effie 

Elba (Piper) (Bundy) 94 
Elbridge Shattuck unm. 1 
1839-1912 Eleanor (Briggs) 122 



12 



1810-42 " A. (Page) 9 

1879- " D. (Watts) 131 

1837- " J. m. George W. Plumer 99 

1856- Elijah A. m. Jennette A. Page 104 

1802-35 Eliphalet m. Frances Hanaford 13 

44 
1823-97 " B. m. Juha C. Howd 106 

1825-96 Eliza m. (1) Plummer Henderson 

(2) Henrv M. Foss 59 
1825-1907 " m. Thomas Paxton 78 
1825(?)- " (Bennett) 130 
1825(?)- " (Moffatt) 50 
1834-67 " m. Dennis Ford 77 

1824-1909 " A. (Coombs) (Plumer) 72 
1812-81 " E. m. (1) Samuel Marden (2) 

Luke Mewers (3) Roval Choate 31 
1830-82 Eliza E. m. Asahel D. Roberts 65 
1835(?)-60 " J. (Piper) 94 
1847-48 " " unm. 51 

697(?)- Elizabeth m. Richard(7) Clark 5 



1728- 


unm. (?) 7 


1765(?)- 


(Montgomery) 28 


1792-1877 


(Runnells) 74 


1793-1871 


m. James G. Gibson 37 


1807-94 


(Seavey) 100 


1808- 


unm. 43 


1815-87 


(Clark) (Colfass) 51 


1820(?)- 


(Parshley) 104 


1825-1903 


(Smith) 130 


1867- 


(Quick) 72 


1884- 


(Wier) 115 


1898- 


m. IraAbergast 111 


1823-73 


A. (Meder) 118 


1826-86 


" m. Silas K. Batcheldcr 



144 



1831-90 " B. (Tracv) 90 

1839-92 " " (Coomba) 105 

1811-86 " C. (Ingalls) 49 

1811-86 " G. (Smith) 53 

1870- " J. (Canney) 87 

1889- " " m. Milo Higgins 90 

1827-1907 " L. m. Samuel N. Towle 57 

1833-55 " M. (Page) 102 

1846-1902 " " m. Henry H. Moulton 

51 
1870- " " (Moulton) 98 

1893-93 " " unm. 91 

1910-10 " Vance 132 

1854- Ella unm. 120 

1857- " m. George F. Wheeler 92 

1865- " (Nve) 92 

" A. (Savage) 119 

" " (Emerson) 100 

" B. (Hileman) 54 

" E. m. Luther M. Pike 25 86 

" J. (Hill) 129 

" M. (Sawyer) 55 

" S. (Lamprey) 43 
Ellen (Avery) 87 

" C. (Skinner) 101 

" F. (Ballou) 90 

" L. (Fisher) 92 

" M. m. David B. Clement 73 

" V. (Adams) 126 
Elmer unm. 120 
1879- " E. m. (1) Gertrude E. Ro- 

mans (2) Pauline Marden 95 



1849- 

1856- 

1867- 

1852-90 

1848- 

1851-81 

1867- 

1857- 

1847- 



1847- 

1843-68 

1858-60 



s Jones 56 
Elsie Mary unm. 90 
Elvin Varnum unm. 90 
Elvira J. m. Walter W. Smith 47 
Elzina E. (Redeker) 108 
Emeline m. Parker Harsh 71 



1856-76 

1885- 

1914- 

1836- 

1857- 

1843-63 

1836-38 •• B. unm. 62 

1839-1904 Emerine J. (Cochran) 127 

1822-1900 Emily (Gustin) 107 

1829-1906 " m. Charles Marsh 79 

1862- " m. Thornton Alexander 122 
1908- " Abbie unm. 112 

1832-84 " J. (Frost) 126 

1844-1906 Emma (Harper) 99 

1870(?)- " A. (Peters) 52 

1888- " " m. IversL. Wetherbee 105 

1868- " B. m. Leonard Peasley 108 

1853- " F. (Connor) 96 

1863- " " (Hurd) 117 
1872- " Frances unm.(?) 119 
1861-1908 " M. (Chase) (Tilton) 86 96 
1845-1903 Enoa m. (1) Martha C. Merrill (2) 

Viola V. Evans 49 
1815-58 " A. m. Elizabeth C. Ingalls 49 

1840-1903 Ermina F. (Ada 



Ernest C. 
1863- " G. 

1876- Erwin M. 

1877- Estella E. 



1785-1874 Esther 



T. Merrow 117 
Elizabeth Quick 72 
Abigail Dearborn 89 
George T. Smith 123 
i. m. Henry A. Buzzell 56 
1. John Smith 13 23 47 51 86 
nm. 125 



1893- " J. m. Henry E. Rogers 114 

1881- Ethel (Harold) 111 

1876- " D. (Crane) 89 

1867- " M. (Scruton) 103 

1884- " R. m. Carl H. Zimmerman 102 

1862- Ettie (McMartin) 124 

1861- Eugene A. m. Fannie Stinaon 114 

1901- " Averillunm. 123 

1875- " E. m. Cora E. Warner 115 

1875- " H. m. Rachel Fitts 120 

1891- Eula xp. Van V. Elting 128 



1769-1825 Eunice 

1792-1847 
1793(?)- 
1796-1848 
1797-1871 

1811- 

1842-81 Eva (Jackson) 49 



(1) Nicholas Oilman (2) 
Benjamin Guernsey 20 21 

a. William Mudgett 38 

inm.(?) 43 



HUCKINS 

1858- Eva (Miller) 121 

1863-79 " unm. 120 

1877- " (Carr) 54 

1884- " F. m. Edward J. Hawley 1 

1858- " M. (Close) 126 

1887- Evelyn (Longnecker) 106 

1894- " (Smith) 132 

1910- " Bertha unm. 90 

1887- Everett Guy unm. 103 

1909- " Horace unm. 89 

1889- Ezma L m. Sherwood Kimpton 



1863- Fannie (Stinso 
1863-64 " E. unn: 

1914- Faye unm. 96 

1S21-1900 Ferdinand A. 



i) 114 



1. (I) Nancy Jewell 
(2) Nancy H.Jeu- 
neas 41 129 



1914- Fern unm. 96 

1852- Flora (Welch) 120 

1872- " (Blarney) 131 

1853-1904 " E. (Riana) 109 

1874- " J. m. George V. Carter 107 

1902- " Marilla unm. 89 

1887- Florence (Perkins) 95 

■■ (Dunkley) 124 



911- 



Ella 



1877- " Harrison unm. 123 

1894-94 " Lillian unm. 98 

1907- " Theo unm. 124 

1895- Flossie unm. 114 

1914- " R. unm. 113 

1900- Floyd Elmore unm. 98 

1897-1909 " W. unm. 121 

1800-59 Frances (Hanaford) 13 44 



1808-47 

1838- 

1848-1901 

1849- 

1859- 

1875- 

1850-54 

1819-78 

1906- 

1830- 

1828-1902 

1833-1906 

1842- I 

1907- 

1854-1900 



1858-1915 Frank m. Ei 

1873(?)- " unm.i 

1890- " unm. 

1862-79 

1875- 

1843-43 

1843- 

1868- 



(Woodruff) 80 
(Dunlap) 91 
m. John W. Norman 119 
(Lowrey) (Curtis) 125 
m. William Wallace 87 
A. m. James McNichol 111 
C. unm. 67 

E. m. Charles W. Ayera 83 
Edna unm. 112 
J. (Goldsmith) 129 
L. m. Nehemiah Wright 44 
" m. Charles E. Stone 68 
jE. m. Lucy M. Speare 112 
N. unm. 91 

. (1) Kate Leeman (2) 
Adeline A. Stevens 106 

a M. Close 126 



E. m. Ethel D. Crane 89 
H. unm. 49 

F. m. Amelia A. Hammond 96 
L,. m. (I) Harriet E. Stewart 

(2) Clara A. Robinson 93 
1846- " M. m. Ella J. Hill 129 

1891- " O. m. Margaret M. Bernhard 

116 
1886- " P. m. Hazel J. Littlefield 126 

1865- " S. m. Elizabeth J. Canney 87 

1860- " W. m. (1) Marietta L. Val- 

entine (2) Katharine V. (Neal) Moody 100 
1875- Frankie (Sigourney) 120 

1848-89 Franklin Rufus u 



1830-1909 



S. m. Em 



1886- •• S 

1850- Fred B. m 

Emma M. (Chai 
Huckins 74 86 96 
1884- Fred E. un 

1864-1901 " P. n 
1870- " " n 

1872- " W. I 

1855-65 Frederic i: 
1910- Frederick 



127 



e J. Cochran 



Ada Diehl 128 
(1) Mary E. Pierce (2) 
e) Tilton (3) Lucy A. 



1. Ella B. Hileman 54 

1. Margaret Schlatterer 53 

n. Oral Berry 95 



145 



1852-78 
1863-90 
1891-91 



1849-51 
1851-61 
1862- 

1877- 

1902- 

1857- 
1879- 



1863- 
1834-( 
1875- 



1865- 
1846- 
1855- 
1846-9 
1906- 
1890- 
1873- 



1820-8 
1912- 
1894- 
1875-7 



1 K. Smith 13 25 



" m. (1) Ethel Harold (2) 

Mary Burns 111 
Clifton unm. 43 

E. m. Elba (Piper) Bundv 94 
" m. Bertha Richardson 89 
" m. Harriet M. Foster 100 

F. m. Annie E. Harmon 76 

118 



" m. Caroline J. Thompson 

113 
K. unm. 99 

L. m. Alice Burleigh 116 
Lothrop unm. 112 
M. m. Ella S. Lamprey 43 
N. unm. 80 
" m. Maud L. Reynolds 

123 
W. m. Abigail E. Buzzell 100 
" m. Carlotta D. Carleton 

58 102 
" m. Clara E. Howe 93 
" unm. 104 
" m. Mary Hessian 92 
m. John F. Ordway 74 
L. (Berry) 102 
Georgie E. (Meader) 132 
Gerald unm. 93 



Georgianna n 



H. \ 



. Her 



. 101 



1701(?)- 

1725(?)- 

1726(?)- 

1741- 

1749- 

1753-55 

1762(?)-1807 

1776(?)- 

1777- 



1805-54 
1818-1903 
1824-24 
1877-84 



E. (Homans) 95 
" M. unm. 124 

Gilbert unm. 86 

N. m. Sarah A. Blaisdell 116 
Gladys Mildred unm. 43 
Glory unm. 131 
Grace (Beede) 85 
" unm. 115 
5 " B. m. Frederick J. Huse 108 
" E. (Cummings) 54 74 86 
" Laurel unm. 117 
" T. m. Charles H. Eastman 97 
" V. unm. 97 
Guy u 



m. John A. Ferguson 123 
m. (1) John Chesley (2) Job 
Runnells 5 

(Williams) 7 

(Boody) 15 

unm.(?) 7 

unm.(?) 9 

m. William Plaisted 10 38 

unm. 15 

(Mudgett) 37 

m. (1) Benjamin Fox (2) 
Levi Emerson 27 
m. Osgood Ward 18 136 
m. (1) Andrew Gilman (2) 

Samuel Jenness 40 
(Bickford) (James) 61 

m. Bradbury Wilkinson 14 

m. Paul C. Watson 18 35 

(Brainerd) 83 
. 61 



(Batchelder) 43 



1818-92 

1755(?)- 

1781-1833 

1792-1825 

1818-45 

1828-93 

1858- 



(Hill) 61 
i. m. Hunking Dame 16 56 
(Caverley) 57 
(Waldron) 60 
m. Rufus K. Pearl 59 
m. Alonzo F. Knowlton 
58 
E. I. m. (1) Dana R. Berry 



(2) Paul H. Peavey (3) Frank P McDuffee 
103 
1848-1909 Hannah F. (Blaisdell) 134 
1819-21 " L. unm. 61 

1845- " M 

1789-1862 '• R. 
Harlan G. i 
Harold unn 



1885-90 

1903- 

1900- 

1815-93 I 

1830-1907 

1823-1911 

1859- 

1867-98 



1877- 
1902- 
1870- 
1902- 



C. unm. 121 
et (Dustin) 69 

m. William J. Sanders 60 
(Fuller) 80 

m. William J. Green 94 
E. (Stewart) 93 
L. (Embury) 125 
M. (Foster) 100 
s unm. 106 
y unm. 68 
m. (1) Ira H.Hall. (2) Madge 

H. Hiscock 126 
A. m. Mary E. Emery 132 
L. m. Ella A. Emerson 100 
Ellen F. Ballou 90 
.. 95 



N. 
Paul u 



. 115 



. Mina A. Worthen 87 
Harvey W. unm. 98 
Hazel unm. 96 

" J. (Littlefield) 126 

" Mae unm. 112 

" May unm. 92 
Helen unm. 104 
unm. 106 

" unm. 122 

" A. m. Benjamin F. Burton 8! 

" Abigail unm. 89 

" D. (Nickerson) 25 

" E. I. unm. 



M. 1 



. 124 
. 106 



1850-84 

1817-89 

1852(?)- 

1858- 

1852-52 

1857- 

1850-99 

1849- 

1846-51 

1841-1903 

1870-87 

1860-62 

1878- 

1886- 

1876- 

1908- 

1896- 

1901- 

1812(?)- 

1820-95 



jnm. 128 
" S. m. John Burch 50 
Henrietta (Pushee) 101 
Henry m. Adeline Wiggin 46 
" ..nm.(?) 70 

Vina Rutherford 121 



A. V 



im. 106 
im. 53 
. Henrietta Pushee 101 



" L. m. Maria C. Adams 51 
" Nathaniel unm. 72 
Herbert unm. 109 

C. m. Louise Hadlock 96 

" unm. 89 

L. m. Laura R. Webb 87 

R. unm. 123 
Herman Alvah unm. 97 
Hester D. unm. 128 
Hiel m. Jane Bagley 70 
Horace m. Martha G. Plaisted 15 46 



55 

Albertine unm. 106 
S.m.(l) Catherine Sample 
(2)NonaM. Driggs 106 
Hosea Q. m. Helen D. Nickerson 25 
Howard m. Jennie E. Thomas 126 
Elliot unm. 100 
G. m. Florence Perkins 95 
Mahlon unm. 125 
Huldah (Batchelder) (Garland) 11 
S. m. Ethan N. Miner 66 



146 



HUCKINS 

1878-1905 Ibla B. unm. 126 

1856-80 Ida m. John F. Marston 129 

1892-92 " unm. 90 

1855-80 " B. m. John Neil 46 

1870(?)- " C. (Betsinger) (Palmer) 91 

1865- " E. m. Henry Proctor 105 

1851-65 " M. unm. 103 

1856-1912 " " (Tuttle) (Lyon) 56 

1864- " " (Fifield) (Rogers) 98 

1856- " R. m. (1) Edward M. Bole 8(2) 

Willard H. Fales 130 

1857- Ina m. .Samuel Brown 1 10 



1882- 



G. u 



1862-1912 " H. (Hall) 126 
1901- " May unm. 96 

1806-84 Ira m. (1) Olive Abbott (2) Grace 

Beede (3) Mary (Cotton) Dow (4) Anna 

M. Johnson 85 
1836- Ira C. m. Clara Pierce 86 

1838-70 Irena G. m. Alanson Walters 64 
1808-62 Irene (Pollard) 33 
1747- Isaac m. Lydia Clay 16 

1774- " Jr. m. Mehitable — 16 

1798(?)- " 3dunm.(?)17 

1817-1902 " m. Martha Glover 74 96 
1803-67 " C. m. Phoebe Aldrich 79 

1844- " S. m. Margaret M. Preston 

115 
1810(?)- Isaiah unm. 32 
1760-1823 Israel m. Ruth Dame 27 
1775-80 " unm. 18 

1788- " m. Susan Levering 35 
1791-1855 " m. (1) Rhoda E. Waldron (2) 

Mary Waldron (3) Susanna Boody 57 58 
1820(?)- Israel unm.(?) 75 
1822-95 " m. Melinda Pierce 119 

1824-75 " m. (1) Jane Waldron (2) 

Sarah E. Wilson 101 
1822-87 " R.m. Elizabeth A. Meder 118 

1800-51 Ivory L. m. (1) Nancy Hill (2) Han- 
nah Brainerd 83 

1795(?)- Jacob unm. 27 

1805-89 " m. Mariam Smith 66 

1845-63 " O. unm. 67 

1908- Jacqueline unm. 115 

1664(?)-89 James m. Sarah Burnham 3 

1675- " unm.(?) 4 

1701(?)- " m. (1) Hannah Williams (2) 

Abigail Spencer 6 

1746-1837 " m. (1) Dorcas Bickford (2) 
Ruth — (3) Huldah (Batchelder) Garland 
11 19 

1762(?)-1813 James m. (1) Elizabeth Mont- 
gomery (2) — 28 

1789-1825 " m. Abigail Smith 25 

1789- " unm.(?) 17 
1803-34 " unm. 32 
1807-86 " m. Lois Plaisted 45 
1807-63 " m. Rhoda C. Barton 62 
1843-1909 " m. Mary E. Middleton 110 
1846-83 " m. — Presley 82 

1882- " Albert unm. 90 

1857- " B. m. (1) Sarah E. Pike (2) 
Caroline E. Veasey 25 87 

1893- James Calvin unm. 128 

1834-62 " E. m. EHza J. Piper 94 

1876- " " m. Jessie E. Witney 125 

1840- " F. m. Mary Smith 87 

1843- " H. m. Laura A. Pettingill 129 

1858- " " m. Jane Hughes 127 
1888- " " m.(l) Evelyn Longnecker 

(2) RevaM. Louden 107 
1822-84 " H. W. m. Francis Goldsmith 



1834-82 



129 



M. m. Eleanor Briggs 122 
loou- R. m. Gertrude Ogle 123 

1755(?)- Jane (Jones) 9 133 
1793-1862 " m. David Dolloff 30 
1815(?)- " (Bagley) 70 
183.5-60 " (Waldron) 101 

1846- " (Mcllreevy) 120 

1859- " m. Charles Merrill 70 

1864- " (Hughes) 128 



HUCKINS 






1819-84 


Jane A. (Stimpson) 105 


1859- 




" (Warner) 94 


1834- 




H. (Tossey) (Cadwell) 54 


1887- 




M. (Manning) 97 


1882- 




T. (Marrow) 117 


1911- 


Janet Austin unm. 132 


1863- 


Janette (Irish) 70 


1832-86 


Jason m. Sarah F. Dennett 62 


1886- 




(Austin) 132 


1892-95 




H. unm. 128 


1845- 




ma G. m. George B. Cleasby 74 


1855- 


Jennette A. (Page) 104 


1871- 




ie E. (Thomas) 126 


1871-96 




G. unm. 129 


1864- 




M. (Patten) 107 


1883- 


Jess 


eE. (Witney) 125 


1896-97 




" unm. 98 


1704(?)-89 John m. Abigail Edgerly 7 


1737-94 




m. Mary — 16 


1759-59 




unm. 15 


1759-1811 




m. Mary Pearl 28 


1762-1810 


" 


m. (1) Hannah Mudgett (2) 
Rebecca M. Edgerly 37 


1782-1877 


" 


m. (11 Judith Perkins (2) Mary 
Burnham 13 15 22 47 


1785(?)- 




unm.(?) 29 


1792- 




unm.(?) 17 


1799-1881 




m. Nancy Brown 64 


1801-92 




m. Sarah Tibbetts 80 


1815-89 




m. Hannah A. Hill 61 


1825(?)- 




unm.(?) 75 


1825-91 




m. Emily Gustin 107 


1852(?)-90(?)" 




1870-71 




unm. 122 


1880- 




m. - HI 


1895- 




unm. 92 


1829-91 




A. m. Lucinda (Hart) Tripp 85 


1866- 




" m. Ethel M. Scruton 103 


1810-98 




B. m. (1) Dorcas H. Smith (2) 
Nancy C. Worthen 13 47 


1827-1913 




" m. Mary A. Morrison 103 


1834- 




" m. Sarah E. Washburn 81 


1885- 




" unm. 127 


1805-90 




C. unm. 57 


1832-63 




" m. Sarah M. Morse 88 


1856-78 




" unm. 49 


1878- 




" m. Susan M. Batchelder 90 


1793-1873 




D. m. Mary Locke 59 


1909- 




Francis unm. 112 


1888- 




G. m. Edith A. Davison 128 


1849- 




H. m. Mary E. Mitchell 131 


1850- 




" m. Mary A. Peasley 108 


1906- 




Haven unm. 90 


1830-1911 




I. m. Abigail W. Whitehouse 

103 
L. unm. 113 


1903- 




1842-1911 




J. A. m. Emma Harper 99 


1830-95 




L. m. (1) Laura W. (Jones) 


Huckins (2 


) Hannah F. Blaisdell 134 


1901- 


Johr 


Leslie unm. 103 


1844-1910 




M. m. Matilda Harrison 123 


1861- 




" unm. 88 


1870-85 




" Jr. unm. 123 


1854-58 




McLane unm. 121 


1900- 




Marshall unm. 122 


1818- 




P. m. - 26 


1854-1915 




R. m. Anna McFarland 113 


1845-98 




S. m. Sophie Caldon 95 


1913- 




Vance unm. 132 


1838- 




W. m. Annie Graham 129 


1844-73 




" unm. 85 


1908- 




" unm. 114 


1875-79 




Waldo unm. 104 


1750(?)- 


Jonathan m. Jane Jones 9 133 


1763- 




m. Lydia Hanson 15 


1795(?)- 




unm. 29 


1804-06 




unm. 22 


1806-95 




m. Sarah Tabor 133 


1813-93 




unm. 57 


1831-1904 




B. m. Mary J. Smith 68 


1802-62 




C. m. Abigail Aldrich 68 


1806-60 




D. m. (1) Eleanor A. Page 


(2) Nancy D. Gooch (3) Mary A. L. Dame 



147 



HUCKINS 

1812-87 Jonathan Dolloff m. (I) Dorothy 
Dow (2) Abigail (Smith) Dolloff (3) Eliza- 
beth (Clark) Colfass 13 51 
1815-71 Jonathan G. m. Salvina Hodge 45 
1714-1801 Joseph m. (1) Mary Fernald (2) Su- 
sannah (— ) Piper 9 
1736-1819 " m. (1) Mary Kellv (2) Sarah 

(Glines) Merrill 18 
1767-1847 " m. (1) Mary Jenness (2) 

Sarah Wairen 19 40 
1777-1858 " m. Nancy Collins 32 
1789-1840 " m. (1) Hannah B. Waldron 

(2) Sarah Waldron 60 
1798(?)- •' unm.(?) 43 

1807-28 " unm. 36 

1813-77 •' m. Almira Prescott 73 

1825-25 " unm. 84 

1827-1903 " m. Mary J. R. McLane 121 

1828- " m. Hannah Batchelder 43 
1829-1902 " m. Mary P. Lord 118 
1833-80 " m. Elizabeth B. Coombs 105 
1835-1908 " m. Augusta Stock 131 
1842(?)- " unm.(?) 70 

1870- " Jr. m. Olive Mills 131 

1900- " 3d unm. 131 

1908-08 " unm. 92 

1866- " A. unm. 105 

1829- " C. m. Louise — 83 
1828- " D. m. Cordelia Pierce 52 
1908- " Gordon unm. 116 
1849- " P. m. Laura King 116 
1838- Josephine (Parker) 47 
1854-70 " unm. 74 

1860-85 " m. Thornton Alexander 

122 



1913- 


Abigail unm. 106 


1850-51 


E. unm. 104 


1877- 


M. (Cooley) (Overstreet) 



106 

1768-1810(7) Josiah m. Mary— 18 36 
1806-78 Josiah m. (1) Arabella Welch (2) 
. Frances Woodruff (3) Sophia Woodruff (4) 
Harriet Fuller 80 
1829-49 Josiah unm. 80 
1834-92 " m. Mary A. Lawrence 121 

1855- " W. m. Ettie McMartin 124 

1785-1820 Judith (Perkins) 13 22 
1852- " A. m. James E. Foote 48 

1822-1902 " E. (Heath) 72 
1827-67 " P. m. Oren C. Plaisted 15 24 

1849-88 Julia m. James O. Clark 55 
1825(?)- " m. Augustus De Witt 76 

1885- " m. Bert C. Searing 116 
1829- " C. (Howd) 106 

1829- " E. m. Edward D. Blake 67 

1828-58 " S. m. Joseph E. Albaugh 81 

1895- Julian Greenway unm. 123 

1849-62 " Montgomery unm. 106 

1866- Juliette M. (Soubrouillard) 113 

1848-86 " R. (Johnson) 50 

1850(?)- Kate (McDonald) 111 
1860-82 " (Leeman) 106 

1872- " (Greenway) 123 

1872-86 " Lillian unm. 123 

1861- Katharine (Besser) 1 14 

1886- " A. (Spiolman) 120 
'"■"' " B. (BarkdoU) 125 



1899- 
1883- 



Helei 
M. : 



. Willard E. Grant 
94 

1883- '• V. (McNanley) 117 

1873- " " (Neal) (Moody) 100 

1829(7)-59Kelsey unm. 75 
1907- Kenneth E., unm. 125 



1899- 


L. 


D. unm. 96 


1846- 


Laura m. Luther T. Townsend 67 


1847- 




' (King) 116 


1867-67 




' unm. 107 


1905- 




' unm. 114 


1845- 




' A. (Pettingill) 129 


1848- 




' C. (Hill) 100 


1888- 




' Edna unm. 103 



HUCKINS 

1864- Laura G. m. Harry S. Lyman 104 

18V6- " R. (Webb) 87 

1868- •' S. m. Albert Syze 103 

1832- " W. (Jones) 134 

1859-1911 Lawrence m. Eva Miller 121 

183.5- Lazman W. unm. 67 

1885- Leland Stanford unm. 124 

1879-79 Lena unm. 93 

1872-95 " B. m. Fred H. Downing 89 

1874- " Blanche unm. 88 

1873- " M. unm. 120 

1868- Leon C. m. Amy V. Priestman 110 

1897- " H. unm. 87 

1877- " W. m. CamiUe Vance 131 

1914- Leonard Otis unm. 89 

1854-54 Leroy unm. 46 

1904- Lester Carl unm. 96 

1855-56 Leurebah unm. 109 

1871-75 Lewis Decatur unm. 107 

H. m. Mary House 108 



Lida 



. 114 



Lilla Ann u 
. 1872- " D. m. Joseph Davey 125 

1876- " F. unm. 105 
1855- Lillian (Shepard) 87 
1882- " M. unm. 116 

1852- Lindsey A. m. Elzina E. Redeker 

108 
1840(?)- Liverna unm. 76 
1865- Lizzie L. m. (1) Frank W. Hobba (2) 

John Mallender 112 
1882- Loella R. m. Walter R. Quin 109 

1767-1841 Lois (Randall) 18 34 77 
1780-1864 " m. Samuel Wallace 12 
1809-75 " m. Elbridge A. Ward 36 
1809-78 " (Plaisted) 45 

1830(?)- " unm. 75 
1842-1908 " m. James Bovle 78 
1868-79 Loren C. unm. 125 

1867- Loretta Zella unm. 72 
1831-31 Lorin unm. 80 

1878- Loring A. m. Mabel Atwood 101 

1887- Lothrop S. m. Mary L. Gallant 112 

1818-83 Louisa (Pollard) 74 
1843-68 " unm. 53 

1872(?)- " unm. Ill 

1882- Louise (Buergin) 106 

1886- " (Hadlock) 96 

1770-90 Love unm. 18 
1790- " unm.(?) 35 

1842- Lovina A. m. (1) John O. Spalding 

(2) Reuben Wallace 68 
1825-1900 Lucinda (Hart) (Tripp) 85 
1815-98 Lucretia (Berry) 48 
1824-97 " A. (Moulton) 55 

1868- " C. m. George B. Thomas 88 
1823-1905 " T. (Ward) 54 

1775(?)- Lucy (Tabor) 133 

1834- " A. (Dusett) 120 

1852- " " m. Fred B. Huckina 74 96 

1816-1903 " C. m. Durrell S. Chamberlain 

59 
1872- " F. m. George B. Stockwell 113 

1827-66 " M. m. William Pirritte 80 

1848- " " (Speare) 112 

1857-74 Luella P. unm. 52 
1884-85 Lulu unm. 126 

1877- " L m. (1) William D. Pitman 

(2) Aaron Perkins 97 

1878- " M. m. Wilham A. Packard 108 
1871-1904 Luna B. (Bartlett) 98 

1749- Lydia (Clay) 16 

1760(?)-1812(?) Lydia m. Silas Buzzell 11 

1764-1856 Lvdia m. Daniel Watson 18 

1766- " (Hanson) 15 

1770(?)- " unm. 16 

1776-1865 " m. Benjamin Mudgett 11 

1796-1832 " (Dalton) 82 

1809-82 " m. Jeremiah Cass 32 

1813-28 " unm. 36 

1848(?)- " m. Collins Taylor 70 

1822-99 " A. m. William D. Crockett 83 

1841-89 " " m. William R. Derby 80 

1853-99 " " (Brierly) 56 



148 



HUCKINS 

1861-84(?) Lvdia A. (Cole) 119 

1836- " D. (Tarbox) 01 

1814-75 " E. (McMillan) 52 

1882- " •• m. William B. Roadhouse 



126 



74 8 



. 100 

e E. Cummings 54 



1879- Mabel (Atwood) 101 

1878-80 " B. unm 129 

1902- " ClarcDdon unm. 100 
1878- " E. m. Irving G. Morse 88 
1891-91 Madeline unm. 97 

1893-93 " unm. 128 

1889- Madge H. (Hiscock) 126 

1809-71 Mahala m. Samuel Beiry 31 
1827-1909 " J. (Marston) (Connor) 51 
1863- Mahlon B. m. Katharine B. Bark- 

doll 125 
1834-85 MarcelluB D. unm. 62 
1870- Margaret unm. 125 

1870- " (Schlatterer) 53 
1881- " (Scott) 96 

1896- " m. Sherman Young 111 

1836- " A. m. Josiah Piper 73 

1871- " F. (Banks) 91 
1900-00 " " unm. 91 
1852- " M. (Preston) 115 
1895- " " (Bernhard) 116 
1860- " R. (McCormick) (Coch- 
ran) 47 

1759-1838 Margery m. Samuel Plaisted 14 19 
1838-39 Maria unm. 77 

1838- " (Perkins) (Philbrook) 49 

1839- " C. (Adams) 51 
1810-49 " J. m. Abraham Buell 33 
1823-93 " " (Chamberlain) 102 
1830(?)- " L. (Fairbanks) 130 
1847-1905 " R. m. (1) Joshua Hill (2) 

Francis R. Bean 7' 
1802-90 Mariam (Smith) 66 
1888- Marian unm. 126 

1887- " Emma unm. 113 

1903- Marie unm. 114 
1862-1906 Marietta L. (Valentine) 100 
1840(?)-65 Marilla m. Hiram Pierce 76 
1854-1910 " S. (Gordon) 89 
1839-78 Marion m. Rensselaer De Geer T, 
1828-1910 " E. (Eaton) 133 
1893- " F. (Chase) 90 
1901- " I. unm. 91 
1852- " J. m. Phineas Bates 67 
1901- " L. unm. 91 
1882-86 " Mary unm. 124 
1900- " Valentine unm. 100 
1881- Mark unm. 117 
1852- ■' D. unm. 52 
1885- Marquand m. Jean Austin 132 
1846(?)- Marshall unm. 119 
1873- " D. m. Frankie Sigoumey 120 
1817-1903 Martha (Glover) 74 96 

1838- " m. (1) Edward Tracy (2) 

Henry Bryant 70 
1838-96 " m. John M. Plum 79 

1844- " (Ricker) 132 

1812-95 " A. m. Joshua Woodman 60 

1837- " " m. (1) George N. Smith 
(2) Harmon N. Eldridge (3) William O. 



Glas 



r 77 



1842-1904 Martha A. m. Hiram Greenleaf 45 
1866- " " m. John S. Fifield 56 

1849-94 " C. (Merrill) 49 

1831-1906 " E. m. David Ayers 84 
1866- " " (Bump) 95 

1883- " " m. Albert Kuenster 116 

1825-1904 " G. (Plaisted) 15 46 55 
1832- " L. (Tavlor) 51 

1820-1908 Martin L. m. (1) Sarah H. Dow (2) 

Mary C. Mudgett (3) Jane H. (Tossey) 

Cadwell 53 
1693- Mary m. William Drew 5 

1708-88 " (Fernald) 9 

1712(?)-1803" (French) 9 



1729- Mary m. Samuel Stiles 9 


1730-1820 


" (-) 16 


1733-91 


'• (Kelly) 18 


1745(?)- 


" m. Joseph FoUet 10 


1756(?)- 


" (Dame) 16 26 


1759-1839 


" m. Thomas Randall 17 76 


1760-1835 


" (Pearl) 28 


1766-1851 




1766-1834 


" m. William Boynton 19 21 22 

41 
" (Jenness) 19 40 


1766-1823 


1770(?)- 


'• (-)18 35 36 


1770(?)- 


" (Daniels) 27 


1785-1842 


" (Whidden) 33 


1786-1861 


" m. Aaron Waldron 28 


1790-1876 


" m. Joseph Rollins 29 


1791-1852 


" m. Stephen Smith 14 

" m. William Boynton Jr. 19 41 


1794-1872 


1795-1871 


" (Locke) 59 


1796-1867 


" (Burnham) 15 22 


1797-1883 


" m. John Sleeper 39 


1797-1855 


" (Brown) 63 


1800-64 


" (Burroughs) 78 


1800(?)-37 


" (Randall) 18 76 


1800(?)- 


" (Waldron) 57 


1800(?)- 


" unm.(?) 43 


1804-76 


" (Daniels) 59 


1805-32 


" m. Benjamin Cass 32 


1807-58 


" m. Benjamin F. Babb 27 


1809-29 


" unm. 29 


1810(?)- 


" m. William Paxton 37 


1813-30 


" unm. 22 


1819-94 


" (Banghart) 120 


1827-53 


" m. Elijah Castor 77 


1828-1907 


" (Smith) 47 


1831-56 


" m. Thomas Lowery 44 


1832-1913 


" (Heath) 70 


1832-65 


" m. Bedent B. Munroe 77 


1836- 


" (Cotton) (Dow) 85 


1840(?)- 


" m. David Taylor 70 


1842(?)- 


" unm. 76 


1844- 


'• (Smith) 87 


186.5-1909 


" (Hessian) 92 


1866- 


" (Sorel) 98 


1870- 


" (Wier) 121 


1872- 


" (Burns) 111 


1880- 


" (House) 108 


1880- 


" (Temple) 132 


1882- 


" (Fuller) 109 


1884- 


" m. Cyrus Fowler 118 


1798-1881 


" A. m. Samuel Dalton 42 


1823-94 


" " (Plaisted) 15 49 


1826-41 


'• " unm. 84 


1828-1910 


" " (Paul) 100 


1831-1906 


" " (Morrison) 103 


1835-1909 


" " (Lawrence) 121 


1838-1904 


" " m. John G. Spencer 67 


1843-84 


" " (Batohelder) 115 


1844-48 


" " unm. 51 


1846-1909 


" '• unm. 101 


1848-1904 


" " m. Horace P. Boody 102 


1849- 


" " m. Alphonse H. Rock 45 


1856- 


" " m. Thomas D. Smith 127 


1863- 


" " (Peasley) 108 


1869- 


" " m. David W. Gate 103 


1872- 


" " (Sloop) 122 


1884- 


" " m. Homer S. Boynton 108 


1816-1905 


" " D. m. Drury M. Marshall 

82 
" " L. (Dame) 99 


1822-82 


1842-64 


" B. (Sargent) 49 


1831-81 


•• C. (Mudgett) 54 


1827-1908 


" E. m. Joseph E. Berry 59 


1845-66 


" " m. Fenno D. Ball 63 


1848- 


" " (Mitchell) 131 


1851- 


" " (Rodiman) 89 


1854-63 


" " unm. 103 


1855-83 


" " (Pierce) 96 


1856- 


" " (Middleton) 110 


1857-58 


" " unm. 122 


1857-88 


" " m. Albert M.Huckins 46 56 


1861- 


" " (Peasley) 108 


1862-96 


" " m. (1) William H. Ely (2) 


Fred D. 


Chamberlain (3) Charles Hall 91 



149 



1863- Mary E. (Wate.„) 40 

1864-65 •' " unm. 122 

1868- " " m. Arthur Hollister 124 

1872- " " (Emeiv) 132 

1872- " " (Roberts) (Messer) 109 

1887- " " m. Robert E.Finnicum 124 

1889- " " unm. 103 

1889- " " (Perkins) 98 

1910- " Etta unm. 101 

F. m. Daniel Davis 28 
Frances unm. 130 

G. (Green) (Adams) 101 



1862-1904 

1868- 

1842-42 

1847-1901 

1859- 

1862- 

1767-1849 

1823-62 

1830(?)- 

1836-53 

1837-87 

1844-1900 

1845-1903 

1849- 

1831-95 

1867-1906 



1797-1868 
1845-1911 
1830-79 



H. ' 

" (Smith) (Tarlson) 95 
" m. Joseph McCoy 122 
" (Dealand) (Hayes) 129 
J. (Heron) 27 
" m. (1) Ethel O. Nutter (2) 

James T. Patterson 84 
J. (— ) 134 
1. 53 



" (Hadley) (Copp) 90 

" R. (McLane) 121 

L. m. Henry E. Davison U 

" (Harmon) 117 

" unm. 90 

" (Gallant) 112 

M. (Kimball) (Tilton) 33 

O. (Hewitt) no 

P. (Lord) 118 



S. u 



1. 45 



1878- 



1884-85 

1886- 

1874- 

1896- 

1903- 

1775(?)- 

1795(?)-1830 

1807-76 

1849-56 

1808-93 Meli 

1824-87 

1830(?)-72 



1. Joseph Holt 52 
Matilda (Harrison) 123 

J. m. Chauncey Hatch 64 
Maud m. Charles Reed 125 
" (Steer) 123 



. 95 
" (McArister) 128 
" L. (Reynolds) 123 
Maurice unm. 128 
May Virginia unm. 112 
Mehitable (— ) 16 
"" " (Gilman) 74 

Benjamin Cass 32 



A. u 



116 



(Dow) 50 

(Pierce) 119 

m. (1) — Higgins (2) John 
Clark 76 

1833-1908 " m. Thomas Lowerv 44 
1840- Melissa m. (1) Richard Shepard (2) 

Samuel Shepard (3) John H. Baker 50 
1841-1907 Melissa m. Hiram C. Gale 48 
1844(?)- " unm. 119 

1902- Melvin unm. 121 

1853- Melvina A. m. Frederick Dunn 71 

1846-1912 Mercv A. (Yeaton) 104 
1708(?)- Meribah (Jackson) 8 
1881- Mertie unm. 119 

1877- " M. m. Gordon P. Atwood 89 

1829-70 Michael m. Praxo Merrill 109 
1895- Mildred Winifred 91 

1795-1866 Miles m. (1) Mehitable Gilman (2) 

Elizabeth Runnells 74 
1793-1878 " m. Sarah Huckins 35 77 
1827-94 " R. m. Nancy J. Rowe 117 

1856- Millard F. m. Lvdia A. Cole 119 

1863- Millicent L. (Champlain) 106 



1852- Milton S. m. Flora Welch 120 

1878- Mina A. (Worthen) 87 

1860- Minnie (Blaisdell) 127 

1900- " unm. 114 

1869-96 " A. (Barnett) 131 

1894-94 " Belle unm. 98 

1892- " E. m. Rosaire N. Bernier 132 

1868- " I. (Smith) 128 

1842-61 Minot unm. 59 

1868- " S. unm. 102 

1825-98 Miriam S. m. James H. Pittam 63 



HUCKINS 

Wi^'-Vo,. Moses m. Lucy Tabor 133 

1814-90 •■ m. Yn" ?§ffi§.^6i^ .. ,„, 

Mary Heath 70 
1S32- •• m. Marion E. Eaton 133 

1851- " Jr. m. Juliette M. Soubrouil- 

lard 113 
1915- •' Leroy unm 90 

1878- Myra E. unm. 105 

1774-1862 Nancy (Collins) 32 

1799-1871 " m. SamuelPlaistedJr. 14 19 

24 26 49 56 
1800-47 '• (Hill) 83 

1800(?)- " (Slater) 82 

1803- '• unm. 133 

1805-83 " (Brown) 64 

1805(?)- " " 135 

1805-1904 " (Shute) 38 84 
1806-80 " (Smith) 47 

1809-81 " m. Darius Abbott 22 

1815-68 " m. Caleb G. Pillsbury 33 

1824-96 '• (Jewell) 129 

1812-81 " C. (Worthen) 47 

1818-53 " D. (Gooch) 99 

1832-1908 " H. (Jenness) (Kurd) (Fur- 
bush) 41 129 
" J. (Rowe) 118 

•• m. John B. Carr 86 
" M. m. Charles B. Coleman 64 
P. m. Jesse Dolloff 30 
Nathan m. Sophia S. Kelly 50 

C. m. Sarah Whidden 72 
Nathaniel m. Hannah (Bickford) 
James 61 
P. m. Nancy Smith 47 
W. m. Irene Pollard 33 
Ned G. m. Eva Carr 54 
Nellelu A. (Smith) 93 



1827-99 

1845- 

1827-1902 

1801-81 

1808-83 

1800-69 

1787-1858 

1806-88 

1806-30 

1874- 

1881- 

1877- 

1895- 

1850-99 

1864-97 



Nellie 



n. Albert P. Burns 121 
. 110 



1874- 

1901-01 

1902- 



1886- 

1829-1906 

1878- 

1825(?)- 

1828-80 

1910- 

1864- 

1900-00 

1803-29 

1841(?)- 

1862- 

1847-1908 

1771(?)- 
1795(?)- 
1780-80 



" J. (Harmon) 117 
" M. ra. William L. Peck 53 
Maud unm. 97 
Nelson Ramon unm. 90 
Nettie (Barron) 125 
I. (Moore) 94 

M. m. Addison Carleton 124 
Nicholas E. m. Nancv Shute 38 84 
Nina A. (Crosby) (Wasson) 131 
Noah m. Mary Burroughs 78 
" m. (1) Ellen V. Adams (2) 
Ermina F. Adams 126 
Nona M. (Driggs) 106 
Nora unm. 92 
Norman C. 91 

Olive (Tibbetts) 81 
" (Abbott) 85 
" (Mills) 131 

" A. m. Nicholas T. Chase 85 96 
" " m. Frank M. Brown 134 
" J. m. John V. Granville 38 84 

Oral (Berry) 96 

Orilla (Snider) 120 

Oriando G. m. Marv Smith 47 

Orvel Eari unm. 115 

Oscar unm. 121 

" Sumner unm. 98 

Osgood unm. 35 
unm. 78 



Patience (Spencer) 43 

unm.(?) 43 
Paul unm. 18 

1881- " G. m. Mary Temple 132 
1908- " " Jr. unm. 132 

1882- " J. m. Josephine Fisher 106 
1793-1836 Pauline (Webb) 41 82 

1886- " (Marden) 95 

1847- " F. m. Daniel W. Spooner 



150 



HTJCKINJ 

1905- 


5 

Pauline Marguerite unm. 113 


HUCKINS 
184.';-ioiO 


R..T< 


a ^. Mahala J. (Marston) Con- 
nor 51 


1849- 


„ ", S:.(D°,oi^^ '"^ 


1821-94 


•• 


W.m.(l) Eliza Bennett (2) 


"" C. unm. 87 






Maria L.Fairbanks 130 


1S94-1916 


" Mary unm. 117 


1835-96 


Ruhama m. Nehemiah S. Bean 58 


1849- 


Pembroke unm. 120 


1723(?)- 


Ruth 


m. John Foye 7 


1826-89 


S..m. Emily J. Frost 126 


1760-1820 




(-)ll 


1868- 


Percival L., m. Ida C. (Betsinger) 


1761-1841 




(Dame) 27 




Palmer 91 


I8S9- 




unm. 114 


1882- 


Perley A., m. Jane M. Manning 97 


1896- 




unm. 102 


1792-1832 


Peter m. Lydia Dalton 82 


1907- 




unm. 114 


1800(7)- 


Pharozina (— ) Williams 76 


1812-1907 




B. m. Perrin P. Dow 25 


]762(?)- 


Phebe m. Ebenezer Hayes 16 


1889- 




C. (Huntsinger) 121 


1880- 


(Burns) 111 


1819-91 




D. m. Dudley B. Carleton 57 


1802-61 


Phoebe (Aldrich) 80 






102 


1871- 


" L. (Vansell) 114 


1891- 




M. m. Clyde E. Drake 117 


1832(?)-76Praxo (Merrill) 109 


1914- 




S. unm. 98 


1860- 


Prudence m. Samuel R. Hale 128 












1880- 


Saki 


R. (Scott) 96 


1708(?)- 


Rachel m. Robert Jordan 6 


1819-1902 


Salv 


na (Hodge) 45 


1732-1818 


m. Abijah Pinkham 9 


1735(?)- 


Sanmel m. — 9 


1880- 


" (Fitts) 121 


1764(?)-1840 " 


m. Mary J. Heron 29 


1818-97 


" J. m. John Mooney Smith 13 


1771-99 




m. Patience Spencer 43 




23 


1781-1853 




m. (1) Mary Whidden (2) 


1827-1906 


" Jane (Hanaford) 46 55 


Mary M. (Kimball) Tilton 33 


1857-59 


Ralph unm. 68 


1797(?)- 


Samuel unm.(?) 43 


1891- 


" unm. 114 


1808-83 




m. Louisa Pollard 74 


1888- 


" E. unm. 128 


1825-25 




unm. 84 


1913- 


" Edward unm. 90 


1797-1840 




B. m. Mary Brown 63 


1897-97 


" Harrison unm. 123 


1822- 




D. m. Sarah E. Titcomb 130 


1848- 


Ransum D. m. (1) Mary H. (Smith) 


1817-92 




W. m. Sarah E. Thayer 101 


Tarlson (2) Martha E. Bump 95 


1875- 




W. m. Mary G. (Green) 


1876- 


Ray m. Sakie R. Scott 96 






Adams 101 


1905- 


" Albert unm. 123 


1654- 


Sarah unm. 3 


1881- 


Raymond m. Blanche Roberts 113 


1654- 




(Burnham) 3 


1741- 


Rebecca unm.(?) 8 


1674-1705 




m. James Chesley 4 


1747- 


m. — Lucas 15 


1707-76 




m. (1) Michael Emerson (2) 


1774-1822 


(Magoon) 22 






Joseph Tibbetts 5 


1791-1876 


m. (1) Joseph Gallup (2) 

Ezekiel Gallup 36 
J. m. Horatio K. Libby 49 


1710(?)- 




(Snell) 8 




1729- 




unm.(?) 8 


1854-1903 


1733-1821 




m. Benjamin Hall 7 


1765(?)- 


M. (Edgerly) 37 


1736-1826 




(-) 17 


1906- 


Reginald W. unm. 87 


1740(?)- 




(Glines) (Merrill) 18 


1895- 


Reva M. (Louden) 107 


1756- 




m. Joseph Durgin 17 


1840- 


Rhoda A. m. John Eaton 71 


1773-1847 




m. George Seward 20 21 ~ 


1808-75 


C. (Barton) 62 


1777-1844 




(Warren) 40 


1798- 


" E. (Waldron) 57 


1784- 




m. Solomon Pearl 28 


1824-26 


" W. unm. 61 


1785-1865 




m. John Harper 27 


1620(?)-94 Robert m. - 3 


1788-1868 




(Higgins) 62 


1672-1719 


m. Welthen Thomas 4 


1791-1852 




ra. Stephen S. Chapman 38 


1708- 


m. (1) Meribah Jackson (2) 


1792-1855 




m. David Thompson 29 




Sarah Snell 8 


1792- 




m. Miles Huckins 35 77 


1725- 


m. Hannah Boody 15 


1799-1857 




(Young) (Willey) 76 


1750- 


m. Mary Dame 16 26 


1800-78 




(Waldron) 60 


1775-1843 


m. (1) Deborah Gordon (2) 


1803-95 




(Whidden) 72 


Rebecca Magoon (3) Abigail Mudgett 20 21 


1804-80 




(Tibbetts) 81 


17S3-1832 


Robert m. Hannah B. Caverley 57 


1809-84 




m. Zebulon Davis 57 


1804-46 


m. Charlotte Perkins 98 


1810-71 




(Tabor) 133 


1821-88 


" m. Mary A. Paul 100 


1819-57 




m. (1) Israel Case (2) John 


1830(?)- 


" m. Laura W. Jones 134 






Card 76 


1842-44 


" unm. 45 


1819-94 




m. Ezekiel Pike 24 87 


1845-1902 


" unm. 45 


1824-77 




m. Abram Madden 78 


1850(?)- 


" unm.(?) 70 


1838- 




m. Henrv Glidden 85 


1894- 


" unm. 92 


1842- 




unm. 120 


1897- 


" Alonzounm. 113 


1854-68 




unm. 120 


1909- 


Burleigh unm. 116 


1838- 




A. m. Waters S. Davis 62 


1801-80 


L. m. Mary Daniels 59 


1850-1912 




" m. James Davis 118 


1840-94 


" Jr. m. Sarah J. Tucker 


1855- 




'• (Blaisdell) 116 




104 


1843- 




C. (Goodridge) 88 


1858-1912 


Rodney H. m. Luna B. Bartlett 97 


1825-1903 




E. (Titcomb) 130 


1828-94 


M. m. Mary J. — 134 


1826-1902 




" (Thayer) 101 


1853-79 


" unm. 53 


1834- 




" (Washburn) 81 


1890- 


Roland C. unm. 121 


1836- 




" (Wilson) 101 


1886- 


Rollins unm. 114 


1853- 




" unm. 130 


1848-1903 


Rosalie L. m. (1) Briggs Wheeler (2) 


1853- 




" m. Edward B. Bussey 118 




Henry Redeker 107 


1856- 




" (Pike) 25 87 


1825(?)- 


Rosanna m. Jonathan C. Johnson 


1880- 




" m. Alfred E. Murdoch 101 




133 


1845-53 




Elizabeth unm. 80 


1834-46 


Rosina unm. 64 


1901- 




Emma unm. 115 


1876- 


Roy m. Margaret Scott 96 


1824-98 


Sarah F. (White) 67 


1844- 


Royal unm. 120 


1837- 




" (Dennett) 62 


1883- 


" W. m. Sophia M. Allen 120 


1824-73 




H. (Dow) 54 


1865- 


Ruby (Plaisted) 97 


1840- 




J. (Tucker) 104 


1884- 


" G. unm. 110 


1847- 


" 


L. m. Thomas W. Edwards 72 



151 



HUCKINS 

1819- Sarah F. m. Waldo Faunce 134 

1836- " M. (Morse) 88 

1851- " " (Tucker) 59 60 

1859- " " m. Willard Page 92 

1834-36 " Piper unm. 84 

1864- •' S. m. Nathan B. Whitten 88 
1869-1907 " V. (Burleigh) 129 

1881- Sheldon B. m. Katharine A. Spiel- 

man 120 

1865- Sherman A. m. Phoebe L. Vansell 

114 
1795-1878 Shuah m. Stephen Smith 39 
1848-1912 Silas Curtice unm. 51 
1853-92 Simeon D. m. Mary J. (Hadley) 

Copp 9" 



Jr. I 



1. 90 



1762-1840 Simon m. Lois Randall 18 34 77 
1824-92 " m. Cordelia D. Noble 116 

1855- " O. m. Nellie J. Harmon 117 

1809-72 Sophia (Woodruff) 80 
1384- " M. (.Mien) 120 

"' " " S. (Kelly) 50 

Sophie (Caldon) 95 
1 Sophronia m. Samuel Jewett 40 

" J. m. John R. Shuman 81 

Stanley G. m. Maud Steer 123 
Stella unm. 114 



1807-67 

1844- 

1799-1861 

1833- 

1879- 

1893- 

1910- 

1860-62 

1760-80 

1786- 

1790-1866 



S. 1 



. 91 



1896- 
1789-1864 

1790(?)- 

182S-96 

1871- 

1850- 

1810-86 

1832-63 

189.5- 

1894- 

1831-1903 



1870- 
18" 



1854(?)- 

1873- 

1710(?)- 



__i. — Farrington 38 
" m. (1) Pauline Webb (2) 
Nancy Slater 4 1 82 
unm. 124 

A. m. Margaret R. (McCor- 
mick) Cochran 47 98 
C. m. Maud McAlister 128 
" P. m. Rachel J. Hanaford 
46 55 
Stuart unm. 126 
Susan (Wilkinson) 15 26 
" (Lovering) 35 
" A. m. Charles H. Webber 84 
" B. m. William W. Cameron 93 
" C. m. Franklin M. Stanley 51 
" E. (Sherman) 69 
*• E. (Cook) 52 
II K. unm. 128 

'• M. (Plaisted) 15 56 

" " m. Henry G. Allen 112 

" (Batchelder) 90 
" Maria unm. 51 
" R. m. Ebenezer Boynton 20 
22 
Susanna (-) (Piper) 10 
(Boody) 57 58 
Sydney unm. 96 
Sylvester B. m. Georgianna L. Berry 



Tamar (Heath) 70 
Thankie m. Simon A. Whitten 70 
Theodore m. Ella A. Savage 119 
Theron H. ra. Blanche Orrall 116 
Thomas m. Mar>' French 9 
m. Sarah — 17 



1795(?)-1853 

1797- 

1805-88 

1822-1900 

1848- 

1812-89 

1893-95 

1826-97 



m. Mary Randall 18 76 

m. — Dearborn 75 

m. Comfort D. Sanborn 44 

m. Orilla Snider 1 19 

m. Mary E. Rodiman 89 

P. m. Lucretia Berry 48 



1893- 



Timothy P. S. m. Susan M. Plaisted 

15 56 
Tooer A. m. Evelyn Smith 132 



1910- Ula Cecile unm. 96 

1835(?)-94 Valeria (Merrill) 109 

1895- Vernie May unm. 98 

1829-1908 Vesta A. (Potter) 53 

1857- " " m. Ashley Weeks 52 

1870- Victor m. Elizabeth M. Moulton 98 

1835-1905 Viletta (McWain) 124 

1858-95 Vina (Rutherford) 121 

1846-71 Viola L. m. Albert H. Alexander 55 

1875- " V. (Evans) 49 



1862-93 



1893- 

1880- 

1672(?)- 

1731- 

1821-91 

1876- 

1912- 



Wallace B. m. Nina A. (Crosby) 

Wasson 131 
Walter Ernest unm. 102 
George unm. 90 
" Lorenzo unm. 101 
Warren m. Lucretia A. Moultoa 55 

Israel ucm. 102 
Webster L. m. Mary Fuller 109 
Welthen (Thomas) 4 

m. Abednego Spencer 8 
Welthy (Brown) 51 
Wilda J. m. John L. Jones 107 
Willard W. unm. 125 
William m. Judith E. Heath 72 



1889- 

1884- 

1832-1907 

1865-71 

1863- 

1905- 

1899- 

1869- 

1900- 

1845-61 

1867-71 

1833-62 

1853- 



m. Clara Cooper 125 

unm. 114 

tn. Elizabeth Wier 115 



" m. Florence Dunkley 124 
B. m.Elizabcth B. Tracy 90 



Henry unm. 92 
M. unm. 52 
Nelson unm. 123 



W. u 



. 122 



(1) Mary A. Batch- 
elder (2) Caroline Parmenter 115 
1895- Willie Alberta unm. 114 

1860-1910 Willis E. m. (1) Mary Sorel (2) Ida 
M. (Fifield) Rogers 98 
1887- Winnie L. m. Henry H. Lalande 98 

1859-89 Winona Larsen unm. 72 

1911- Yvonne Muriel unm. 112 

1883- Zaidee R. m. Everett B. Smith 93 

1831-99 Zechariah B. m. Caroline Geer 58 

1868- Zella L. m. — Meddley 72 

1869- Zoe S. m. George H. Flynn 102 



INDEX 



OTHER THAN HUCKINS 



ALBAUGH cont'd 
1821-71 Joseph E. 81 
528-58 Julia S. (Huckins) 



1830-77 Charles R. 26 
1803-75 Darius 22 

Ebenezer 26 
1837-60 Ellis J. (Hutchins) 
26 

Hannah 14 

Mary 121 
1809-81 Nancy (Huckins) 22 

Naomi (Carr) 22 
1808-39 Olive 85 

Paul 22 

Sarah 135 
ABERGAST 

1898- Elizabeth (Huckins) 

111 

Frances (Fairchild) 
111 

Henry H. Ill 

Ira 111 
ACKER 
1870- Charles 109 

Charlotte (— ) 109 
1881-1907 Charlotte 109 
1855- Cynthia (Huckins) 

109 

David 109 
1884- Dora 110 

1872- Edna 109 

" (Brittenham) 



110 

Eliza 37 
1851- John 109 

1881- Leon 110 

1890- Nell 110 

1875- Thomas 109 

ADAMS 

Bertha (Slocum)126 

Elizabeth ( — ) 51 
1843-68 Ellen V. 126 

Enoch 51 
1849-1903 Ermina F. 126 

Gideon 126 

Hannah (Jacobs) 21 
1800-77 John 21 

Joseph 86 
1839- Maria C. 51 

1872- Mary (Gordon) 

(Chase) 86 
1868- Mary G. (Green) 

101 

Nancy 14 

Sarah 101 
1803-77 " (Seward) 21 

Tamar 69 

William 21 

Ware 101 
AIKEN 

Nancy Ellen 66 
AIKLEY 

Lydia L. 98 
ALBAUGH 

Jacob 81 



Celia Louvan 97 



— (Shelby) 8 
Abigail 32 
l(?)-80 " 68 
1812(?)-72 " (Huckins) 



32 

Chester 32 
Dinah 12 
Emma 65 
George 65 
"' r (Goodale) 65 



Oliv 



32 



r 32 



Willia 

ALDRIDGE 

Abigail R. 95 
ALEXANDER 

Albert G. 122 
1847-73 " H. 55 

Catherine (Way) 

122 
Daniel 55 

1889- Emily (Fritz) 122 
1802- " (Huckins)122 
1887- Eugene Bristol 122 
1868- Fred Lovell 55 
1860-85 Josephine (Huck- 
ins) 122 

1892- Nellie Josephine 122 

1890- Otto Thurston 122 

1893- Ruth M. (Skelly) 

122 

Susan (Seaver) 55 
1854- Thornton 122 

1846-71 Viola L. (Huckins) 

55 
ALLARD 
1818-93 Abigail K. 38 

Anna (Kennett) 38 

Samuel 38 
ALLEN 

Amanda 119 

Belle L. 112 
1890- Clarence A. F. 113 

1848- David D. 52 

1861-98 Eliza E. (Coleman) 
64 

Elizabeth 83 



Gideon 112 
1826-84 Hannah 35 
1729- " (EmereoD) 



120 

Harry F. G. 112 
Henry G. 112 
James 52 

Louisa (Dobson) 52 
Margaret (Sims) 112 
Sarah 74 

" (Nute) 35 
Sophia A. (Weeks) 
52 



1729(7)- WiUiam 6 
35 

A. 64 
E. 120 
ALLISON 

Laura C. 71 
ALLYN 

Abigail 88 
AMES 

Abigail 34 
1824-70 Deborah (Huckins) 

22 
1799-1858 Mary (Plaisted) 18 

22 
1792-1855 Peter 19 22 
1821-69 Sylvester B. 22 
ANDERSEN 

Sarah 24 
ANDREWS 

Amos 18 
1791- Elizabeth W. (Wat- 

son) 18 
Lucy Ann 65 
Thomas 18 
ANGUS 

George P. 124 
Helen K. (West- 
lake) 124 
1882- Henry W. 124 

1881- Winnifred B. (Bas- 

Bingthwaighte) 124 
ARLIN 

1817-1908 Abigail (Wallace) 13 
Elizabeth (Blan- 
chaid) 13 
1815-84 Madison 13 

Samuel 13 
ARMSTRONG 

Elizabeth 41 

1882- Harriet M. 122 
Jane (Sharp) 122 
John 122 

ARNOLD 

Esther 31 

Lucia (Webster) 31 

Sylvester 31 
ASHTON 

Mary 108 
ATKINS 

Mary E. 55 



154 



ATWOOD 


BAGLEY 




BARNETT 




Daniel W. 89 




Deborah 70 




Florence 131 




Eben H. 101 


1814-81 


Fidelia (Gallup) 36 




Mary (Donovan) 


1878- 


Gordon Proctor 89 




Jane 70 




131 


1879- 


Mabel 101 




" 70 


1869-96 


Minnie Agnes 131 


1877- 


Mertie Mae (Huck- 


1806-87 


Jefferson 36 


BARR 






ina) 89 




John 70 




Ann (Warder) 52 




Rebecca S. (Down- 




Olive (Perkins) 36 


1889-1911 Clara N. (Everett) 




ing) 101 




Sarah 95 




52 




Sophia H. (Park- 




Thomas Jefferson 36 




James 52 




hurat) 89 


BAILEY 




1872- 


Robert 62 




Susan 21 




- 32 


BARRON 




AUSTIN 




1812(?)-72 Abigail (Huckins) 




Alexander F. 64 




Caroline (Snow) 132 




(Aldrich) 32 


1851- 


Amanda S. 64 




Edward 132 




Caroline 86 




Mary (Miller) 64 


1886- 


Jean 132 


1864-87 


" Jane 86 


1879- 


Nettie 125 




Rose 5 




Henry H. 86 




SarahJ. (Baldy) 125 


AVERY 






Lovina 106 




Willard 125 


1857- 


Ellen 87 


BAKER 




BARRUS 






Ezra 87 




Brown 50 




Elvira 112 


1868- 


Mabel (Gran\-ille) 




Flora 127 


BARTER 






85 


1832- 


John H. 50 




Mary 38 




Martha (Clough) 87 




Maria 126 


BARTLETT 




Mary E. (Straw) 85 




Mary 47 




lannah L. 23 


1866- 


Oscar J. 85 


1840- 


Melissa (Huckins) 




Joseph J. 98 




Stephen 85 




(Shepard) 50 




Josiah D. 16 


AYERS 






Phebe P. (Collins) 


1871-1904 


Luna B. 98 


1859- 


Charles Henry 84 




50 




Lydia L. (Aikley) 98 


1795-1855 


W. 83 




Sarah 63 




Ruth (Whittier) 16 


1862-96 


Charlotte E. (Car- 


BALDY 




1783-1843 Sarah (Dame) 16 




der) 84 




Sarah J. 125 


1782-1843 William 16 


1863- 


Cora E. 84 


BALDWICK 


BARTON 






David 84 




Harriet 58 




Hannah (West) 62 


1818-1906 


" Jr. 84 


BALL 






John 62 




Deborah (Pettingill) 




Albert 63 


1808-75 


Rhoda C. 62 




83 


1882- 


Alice 56 


BASSINGTHWAIGHTE 


1860- 


Emma C. G. (Pol- 


1842-96 


Fenno D. 63 


1857-1908 Amy (Huckins) 124 




son) 84 




Herbert A. 56 


1883- 


Claude 124 


1842- 


Frances A. 83 


1845-66 


Mary E. (Huckins) 


1852- 


Edward 124 


1819-78 


" E.(Huckins) 




63 




Elizabeth (Webster) 




83 




Nellie 63 




124 


1857- 


George David 84 




Sophia J. (Clifford) 


1895- 


Enid 124 


1873- 


Georgette B.(Guild) 




56 


1891- 


Helene 124 




84 




Susan M. (Depew) 




Jonathan 124 




James 83 




63 


1881- 


Winnifred B. 124 


1844- 


Laura 83 


BALLARD 


BATCHELDER 


1831-190e 


Martha E. (Huck- 


1757-1814 Sarah 9 


BACHELOR 




ins) 84 




" (Abbott) 135 


1850- 


Abigail Maria 34 


1860-62 


" J. 84 




Timothy 9 


1855- 


Adeline E. (Huck- 




Sarah (Seaverns) 84 


BALLOD 






ins) 46 


BABB 






Damon 90 




Amanda (Kellum) 


1833(?)- 


Ann Hester 28 




Ellen F. (Fown) 90 




115 


1807-51 


Benjamin F. 27 


1892- 


" Florence 90 




Burley 43 


1807-58 


Mary (Huckins) 27 


BAMFORD 




Carter 11 




" A. 97 




Joyce (— ) 50 




Daniel 46 




" H. 75 




Martha B. 50 


1851- 


" S. 46 


1831-74 


Sarah Jane 27 




Mary 13 14 




David 115 


BABCOCK 




William 50 




Ebenezer 34 


1858- 


Charles 26 


BANGHART 




Eliza 43 


1853-92 


Dorothy A. (Davis) 


1819-94 


Mary 120 




Elizabeth (Kimball) 




26 


BANKS 






34 


1855- 


Frank M. 65 




Bridget W. (Lang) 




(Taylor) 




Ira 65 




91 




43 




John 41 


1871- 


Margaret Frances 91 


1826-86 


A. (Huck- 




" M. 26 




Michael F. 91 




ins) 34 


1859- 


Louisa 65 


BARKDOLL 


1855- 


Emma A. (Buttrick) 


1855-1900 Louisa M. (Roberts) 




Cassie (Wade) 125 




34 




65 




John 125 


1884- 


Erville John 46 




Luthena (Chilson) 


1873- 


Katharine Belle 125 




Esther A. (Virgin)90 




65 


BARKER 






Frank P. 90 


1879- 


Martha E. 41 




Nancy T. 117 


1857-89 


Fred Silas 34 




Mary M. (Oliver) 65 




Sarah Emma 89 


1827-84 


Hannah 43 




Miriam (Tewks- 


BARKLEY 




W. (Cleas- 


BACON 

1811-98 


bury) 26 
Cynthia (Ward) 136 


1870- 


Lola May 64 
Mary J. (Dawson) 
64 


1757- 


by) 85 
Huldah 11 

(Moulton) 




Eva M. 73 
Florence 69 




William 64 


1855- 


Ida Ocilla 34 




Hannah 15 


BARLEY 






Jemina 74 


1805-74 


John Botsford 136 




Amy 108 




Jonathan T. 85 




Sarah (Botsford) 


BARNES 




1852-96 


Joseph Orman 34 




136 


1809-90 


Eliza P. (Seward) 21 


1869- 


Mabel A. 85 




Seth 136 




Elizabeth (Park) 21 


1843-84 


" Ann 115 


BADLETT 


1799-1857 James 21 




" J. (Plummer) 




Martha B. 49 




Stephen 21 




46 



155 



BATCHELDER cont'd 


BENNETT 


BERRY cont'd 




Pamela 36 


1825(?)- 


Eliza 130 


Susanna (McNeil)' 




Rachel 48 




George 28 






Sarah 74 




James H. 12 


Truman 96 


1826-79 


Silas K. 34 




Joseph 42 


1855- William H. 59 


1878- 


Susan M. 90 


1805-55 


" Jr. 42 


Zebedee 75 




Zephaniah 24 




Mary 42 82 


BESSER 


BATES 






A. (Hill) 


Adam 114 


1871- 


Alice Lois (Towle) 




(Peari) 28 


1861- Katherine 114 




57 




Mary E. 46 


Kunigunde (Rei- 


1876- 


Claude Huckins 68 


1823-51 


'• H. (Warren) 


chel) 114 




Elizabeth (West) 57 




42 


BETSINGER 




Hannah (Lane) 68 




Mehitable (Moul- 


Clara 91 




John F. 57 




ton) 42 


Ida C. 91 


1873- 
1879- 
1852- 


" " Jr. 57 
Madeline White 68 
Marion J. (Huck- 
ins) 67 
Phineas 68 


1812-88 Sarah A. (Morrill) 

12 
BENTLEY 


BICKFORD 

1730(?)- Aaron 6 

1733- Abigail (Jordan) 6 






Harriet 120 


Ann H. (Babb) 


1851-06 


T- fiC 


BERGHOFF 


(Hall) 28 


BATHERICK 

Dorothy (Phelps) 39 
1836- Jane E. 39 


Christine 116 
BERNHARD 

1895- Margaret M. 116 


Daniel 61 
1755-1810 Dorcas 11 19 
1795-1877 Hannah 61 

Isaac 28 

John 11 

John 11 
1826-85 " Freeman 28 




Thomas K. 39 




Mary (Strickland) 


BAXTER 






116 




Asenath (Currier) 

30 
John 33 

" C. 30 
Maria E. 33 




Paul 118 


1832-94 
1844-99 


BERNIER 

Joseph A. 132 
1892- Minnie . E. ^(Huck- 


Lydia (-) 11 
Mehitable (-) 61 


1828-71 


Mary (Williams) 33 
Miriam (DoUoff) 30 
Samuel 30 


1883- 


Rosaire N. 132 
Rose A. (Caron) 132 


Sarah 28 

(Jenness) 28 
Thomas 11 


BAYNE 




BERRY 




Thomas 11 




David 78 


1758-91 


Abigail (Hall) 7 


BIGELOW 


1869- 


Ella 78 




(Merrill) 75 


1872-1903 Belle (Eldredge) 77 




Jane (Weatherston) 




Ai35 


Charles N. 77 




78 


1822-92 


" 75 


Dana 77 


BEACH 




1881- 


Bertha M. 93 


1876- Ellen M. 107 




Mary E. 109 


1S42-1911 


Charles W. 31 


Lester 107 


BEAL 




1856- 


Dana R. 103 


Sarah (-) 77 




Anna 111 


1731-1825 Dorothy (Chamber- 


Silence (Day) 108 


BEALES 


Mary 53 




Iain) (Emer- 
son) 6 


BILLINGS 

Ellen A. (Sears) 83 


BBAN 






Eliza Gilman 100 


Horace 83 




Charies L. 58 




Ellen 95 


1844-77 Josiah Quincy 83 




Elizabeth 30 


1840-1908 


" Frances 31 


1844- Sarah P. (Crockett) 


1874- 


(Nichols) 




Elmina (Dorr) 98 


83 




69 


1843- 


Emma (Giles) 75 


BILLINGTON 


1S46-I912 


Francis R. 71 


1755(?)- 


George 7 


Almira 62 


1852- 


Grace H. 32 


1847-98 


Henry 31 


BILTON 




Hannah 37 


1855- 


Georgianna L. 102 


Elizabeth 37 


1847-1905 


Maria R. (Huckins) 




Hannah (Foss) 103 


BIRCH (see also -BXTRCK) 




(Hill) 71 




(Howe) 48 


Matilda 124 




Martha (Sleeper) 58 


1858- 


E. L 


BIXBY 




Mary 39 




(Huckins) 103 


Nancy 37 
BLAIR 


1818-96 


Nehemiah S. 58 




James Demeritt 103 


1875- 


Nellie 71 


1730(?)- 


Jeremiah 6 


Mary 122 


1873- 


Norwin S. 59 




John 31 


BLAISDELL 




Reuben 71 






1837-1915 Almira A. (Huck- 


1835-96 


Ruhama (Huckins) 


1830- 


Joseph E. 59 


ins) (Merrill) 




58 




Edwin 59 


73 




Sarah (Felch) 32 




Louisa (Denny) 93 


1876- Annie Pearl 73 




Sarah (Hodgdon) 71 


1815-98 


Lucretia 48 


Annis (Pain) 127 




William T. 32 


1809-71 


Mahala (Huckins) 


Dorcas (Harmon) 


BEARSS 






31 


116 




Lydia L. 96 


1851- 


Martha A. (Gar- 


1867- Eva M. 73 


BEATTEAY 




land) 59 


1848-1909 Hannah F. 134 




Mary Ann 101 




Mary (Stanton) 59 


Ira 134 


BEEDE 




1838- 


•' A. (Gleason) 


John 127 




Ann (Felch) 41 86 




31 


Lois (Percival) 73 




Elijah 41 86 




" C. (-) 102 


Lydia 29 


1804-80 


Grace 85 


1827-1908 


" E. (Huckins) 


Mark P. 116 




Harriet 86 




59 


Mary (French) 134 


1809-51 


Jane R. 41 


1858-65 


" Ella 59 


1860- Minnie 127 


BELL 




1844-58 


" Emily 31 


Nathan 73 




Mary 42 




Nancy M. 102 


1855- Sarah Adelaide 119 


BEMIS 






Newell 48 


1826-1908 Walter D. 73 




Isaac 15 


1878- 


Oral 96 


BLAKE 


1840-78 


Laura 15 


1883- 


Ralph Linwood 103 


Amherst W. 109 




" (Hadley) 15 


1810-74 


Samuel 31 


1841-1900 Catherine B. (Huck- 


BENITEZ 






93 


ins)(Hunt) 




Mary L. 90 


1837-56 


Sarah Ann 31 




BENJAMIN 




Susan (Levering) 


1881-1907 Charlotte (Acker) 




Mana H. 64 » 




(Huckins) 35 


109 



156 



BLAKE cont'd 


BOORN c 


ont'd 


BRADBURY 


1868-1909 Clara D. (Flanders) 




Thompson 119 


Rebecca W. 84 




67 


BOTSFORD 


BRADFORD 




Edward D. 67 




Sarah 136 


Catherine 89 




Eliphalet 48 


BOWEN 




BRADISH 




67 




Mary P. 101 


Kate A. 49 




Elizabeth (Dolloff) 


BOWES 




BRADLEY 




30 


1880- 


Etta B. (Kennison) 


Mary Low 107 


1854- 


Emma A. 30 




85 


BRADY 




Evaline M. (Reigle) 




Oliver J. 85 


Kate 102 




109 


BOYER 




BRAGDON 


1870- 


Frank I. 109 




Edith 63 


Sarah 21 


1858-77 


George R. 24 


BOYLAN 




BRAINARD 




Jacob 24 




Angeline (Brown)40 


BRAINERD 


1829- 


Julia E. (Huckins) 


1837- 


Mary J. 40 


1884- Dora (Acker) 110 




67 




Robert 40 


Elizabeth (Allen) 83 


1862-1910 Luke G. 67 


BOYLE 




1818-1903 Hannah 83 




Mary (Russell) 47 




James 78 


Harry L. 110 


1859- 


" N. (Plaisted) 


1842-1908 Lois (Huckins) 78 


Spencer 83 




24 


BOYLES 




BRALEY 


1830-84 


Rufus 48 




AHce D. (Rae) 64 


Hannah 50 




Sarah (Danforth) 67 




Charles 64 


BRANSCOM 




Stephen 30 


BOYNTON 


Anna (-) 34 




Vianna (Clement) 


1829-1909 


Alonzo K. 42 


1831-94 Sarah E. 34 




24 


1827-94 


Ann W. 42 


William 34 


BLAKELEY 




Anna (Smith) 19 


BRANTON 




Ann 77 


1847- 


" M. 22 


Mary E. 127 


BLAMEY 




1839-61 


Annie (Drew) 42 


BRAY 




Agnes (McAlister) 


1843-71 


Arthur W. 22 


Persis Davis 105 




131 




Betsey (-) (Kel- 


BREWSTER 


1872- 


Flora 131 




sey) 20 


Sarah 41 




Georce 131 


1803-36 


" S. (Hart) 20 


BRIDGMAN 


BLANCHARD 


1801-23 


Charles Glidden 20 


1826-1905 Mary E. 40 


1847- 


Clara (Pierce) 


1798-1881 


Ebenezer 20 22 


BRIERLEY 




(Huckins) 86 




Elizabeth (Arm- 


Hannah (Holt) 56 




Elizabeth 13 




strong) 41 


James H. 56 




Mary 59 


1836-1901 George 42 


1853-99 Lydia Ann 56 




" 87 


1826(?)-47 Hannah 41 


BRIGGS 




Mooney 86 




B. (-) 


1839-1912 Eleanor 122 


BLOOD 






(Cheney) 20 


Hannah (Dubois) 




Charles 71 


1820-1903 Henry S. 41 


122 


1855- 


W. 71 


1884- 


Homer Stephen 108 


Ira 122 


1861- 


Flora B. (Eaton) 71 


1838-75 


James H. 22 


Julia 116 




Melvina (Gilson) 71 


1796-1877 Joan Stevens 20 


BRIGHAM 


BODGE 






John 19 


Miriam 36 




Abigail 28 


1790-1833 


Joseph 20 


BRITTENHAM 


BODINE 






" 41 


Edna 110 




Henrietta 120 


1851- 


Margaret (Mav) 42 


BROAD 


BODWELL 


1825(?)-79 Martha E. (Bab- 


Torrie Bryant 87 




Jane B. 26 




cock) 41 


BROCK 


BOEN 




1791-1862 


Mary 20 


1871- Alice J. 99 




Missouri 65 




" (-) 22 


Laura A. 67 


BOGART 




1766-1834 


" (Huckins) 19 


Martha H. (Rhodes) 




Elizabeth 110 




21 22 41 


99 


BOLES 




1794-1872 


" (Huckins) 19 


1819-1908 Mary E. (Pearl) 28 


1854-92 


Edward M. 130 




41 


Nancy (Young) 28 


1856- 


Ida R. (Huckins) 


1884- 


" A. (Huckins) 


Nicholas 28 




130 




108 


Robert C. 99 




Jerome 130 


1822- 


E. (Rogers) 


1816-1900 Solomon Hall 135 




Rachel E. (Hasel- 




41 


Vienna 103 




tine) 130 


1815-88 


" Elizabeth 41 


BROOKSHIRE 


1879- 


Madeline 130 


1819-52 


" J. (Phipps) 41 


Minerva 128 


BOODY 




1822-95 


Matilda (Hodgkins) 


BROWER 




Elizabeth 57 




41 


Amanda (Allen) 119 


1868-1913 


Ethel M. 102 


1793-1849 


Nancy 20 21 


James 119 




Hannah 15 


1795-1854 


" (St. Clair) 20 


1884- Lillie 119 




28 60 


1839-56 




BROWN 




Harrison 102 




Priscilla ■ (Roiston) 


Abiah (-) 63 


1844- 


Horace P. 102 




41 


Abigail (Aldrich) 32 




John 57 


1843-98 


Sarah (Shaw) 42 


" (Cheney) 39 


1848-1904 Mary A. (Huckina) 




E. (Clark) 


1878- Alphonso 110 




102 




108 


Amos 39 




" C. (-) Berry 


1803- 


" Jane 20 


Angehne 40 




102 


1840-1905 


Selina L. (Guilford) 


Ann S. 54 




" S. 100 




22 


Anna (Thompson) 


1811-55 


Susanna 57 58 




Stephen D. 108 


64 




(Hayes) 57 


1845- 


Susan Luette 22 


Asthabrillah 79 




Tamson L. (Ham) 


1811-56 


" R. (Huckins) 


Benjamin 14 




102 




20 22 


51 




Zechariah 15 


1817-95 


Thomas B. 41 


F. 134 


BOORN 




1819-1903 Warren R. 41 


1852- Cecilia R. (Pittam) 


1880- 


Bertha (Davis) 119 


1761-1814 William 19 21 22 41 


63 




Margaret (Cam- 


1786- 


Jr. 19 41 






eron) 119 




A. 41 


Deborah 57 


1872- 


Robert Lee 119 


1841-63 


E. 22 


Eliphalet 63 64 



157 



BROWN cont'd 

Elizabeth 74 

(Bogart) 
110 
Emma (Philbrook) 
134 
1877- Frank Marshall 134 

Frederick 63 
1835-1910 " Jr. 63 

Hannah (Williams) 
63 
1833-65 Hortense 14 
1857- Ina (Huckins) 110 

1819-75 James H. 39 
Janet 96 
Lois 12 
Margaret 79 
Mary 24 
1797-1855 " 63 
" 92 

" (Colby) 14 
" E. 121 
1816-93 " M. S. (Mud- 

gett) 39 
1880-99 Maud 110 

Nancy 17 135 
1805-83 " 64 

1886- Olive Ann (Huck- 

ins) 134 
1886- Rachel 110 

1876-87 Roy 110 

Samuel 32 
1853- " 110 

Sarah 63 



129 

Susan (Putney) 51 
1821-91 Wealthy 51 

William 110 
BRYANT 
1878- Arthur 71 

Charles D. 25 
1846- Emma F. 25 

1876- Eugene 70 

1874- Harriet (Simpson) 

71 
1847-1903 Henry 70 
1882- Ida R. (Remick) 70 

John 70 
1838- Martha (Huckina) 

(Tracy) 70 

Meribah T. (Cot- 
ton) 25 

Patience (Hill) 70 
BUELL 

Abigail (Ames) 33 
1815-49 " Jane (Huck- 

1813- Abraham 33 

1844- Alpheus W. 33 

Asahel 33 

1804-83 '• Jr. 33 

1843- Daniel Milton 33 

1846- Mary Elizabeth 33 

1810-49 " J. (Huckins) 

1850- Nellie E. (Goodell) 



Louis 106 
1882- Louise 106 

BULLOUGH 

Elizabeth (Wil- 

liams) 44 
1876- Ellen 44 

William 44 
BUMP 
1866- Martha E. 95 

Mary (Page) 95 

Sherman 95 
BUNDY 
1852- Elba (Piper) 94 

WiUiam F. 94 



Ann (Thomas) 5 
Eli 23 
Hannah 132 



23 



BURROWS cont'd 
1865- Carl 65 

Elijah 78 
" Jr. 78 
1876- Eliza J. (Roberte) 

65 
Elizabeth (Oilman) 



Mary 5 

1877- Sarah B. 23 

BORBANK 

1796-1868 Ebenezer 34 

Elizabeth (— ) 137 
Jonathan 137 

1810- ZiUah (Mills) 34 

BURBECK 

1846-97 Edward C. 58 

1850- Luella C. (Carleton) 

58 
Sarah (Carleton) 58 
William H. 58 

BURCH (see also BIRCH) 

0(?)-98 Alice (Van Dyke) 50 

1- Arthur Sylvanus 50 

Hannah (Braley) 50 

1836- Helen S. (Huckins) 



50 
Isaac 50 
1832- John 50 

1859- " Franklin 50 
1858- Mabel (Swain) 50 

1860- Martha B. (Bam- 

ford) 50 

Matilda 124 
1857- William A. 50 

BURDICK 
1832-92 Martha 13 

Peleg 13 

Ruth (Reynolds) 13 
BURKE 
1867- Caroline A. 60 

Ellen 138 

Mary (Gilson) 60 

Samuel 60 
BURLEY 
BURLEIGH 
1873- Alice 116 

1871- Alice M. (Collins) 



Agnes (Redmond) 
106 



BURNS 

1876- Albert Preston 121 
Alexander 121 
Amelia J. (Warren) 

121 
Margaret (Donel- 
son) 111 
1872- Marv 111 

1877- Nellie (Huckins) 

121 
1880- Phebe 111 

William 111 
BURROUGHS 
BURROWS 

Benji 



20 

Joseph 78 

Laura (Pease) 65 
1800-64 Mnry 78 

Milton 65 

Sarah (Marshall) 78 
BURSON 
1862-1911 Minnie M. 66 

Rhoda A. (Walker) 
68 

Robert 66 
BURTON 

1833- Benjamin F. 82 

1841-66 Helen A. (Huckins) 



Hir 



3 82 



Sibyl (Tufts) 82 
lODD-a.i " H. 82 

BUR WELL 

Mary (Johnson) 37 
1829-93 " Jane 37 

Robert 37 
BUSSEY 
1819-98 Abigail H. (Mills) 

34 118 
1894- Carl Huckins 118 

1858- Edward B. 118 

Jaazaniah 35 
1820-86 " F. 35 118 

Mary (Freeman) 35 
1853- Sarah E. (Huckins) 

118 
BUTTERS 

Hannah A. 75 
BUTTRICK 
1855- Emma A. 34 

" L. (Kimball) 



51 

Daniel B. 51 
1865- Fred E. 51 

Gordon 116 

Huldah L. (Wilbur) 
51 

James W. 129 

Jane B. (Ham) 129 

Mary J. (Sanborn) 
116 

Sarah 28 
1869-1907 " V. 129 

Susan E. 22 
BURNER 

Esther 30 
BURNHAM 

Frances (— ) 3 
1796-1867 Mary 15 22 



1835- 
1836-191: 

BUTTS 

1879- 
BUZZELL 

1848-f ' 

1894- 
1884-1913 

1862- 
1862- 



20 



George F. 32 
5 Laura A. (Cass) 32 
Mary (Clifford) 32 
Nathan 32 
William H. 34 

Edmund C. 119 
Ida fEUsworth) 119 
Mary L. 119 

Abigail (Eldridge) 

100 
Beatrice 56 
Catherine (McMil- 
lan) 23 
, Clara 56 
EUzaG. (Berry) 100 
Elizabeth 118 

" (Meloon) 

20 
Estella L. (Huckins) 

56 
Harry B. 100 
Henry Abner 56 

" H. 56 
Irene J. (Hill) 23 
Isaiah Evans 20 
John 11 
" Evans 20 
2 Lydia (Huckins) 11 
Margaret E. 56 
Martha Ray 56 
Mary A. (Dodge) 56 
Mehitable 31 
Miles 23 
Olive 61 
Percv A. 56 
Sarah 23 

" (Wiburd) 11 



158 



BUZZELL cont'd 


CARDER 


cont'd 


CASS cont'd 


1807-78 


Jane (Guern- 




Charlotte E. (Pond) 


1844-64 Benjamin Q. 32 




sey 1 20 




84 


1843-43 Brj-ant E. 32 


1888- 


Sizna A. 56 




James D. 84 


1852- Grace H. (Bean) 32 


1750-1834 Silas 11 


CARLETON 


1853- Henry J. 32 


1906- 


Thelma L. 56 


1870-89 


Abigail (Leet) 58 


1837-37 James Wesley 32 


CABLE 




1864- 


Addison 124 


1807-72 Jeremiah 32 


1858- 


Alice 81 


1869-1905 Alice M. (Kimball) 


1840-49 " Lewis 32 


1849-1908 Alva C. 81 




58 


1850- " Louis 32 


1857- 


Elizabeth E. (Shu- 


1845- 


Carlotta D. 58 102 


1836-1913 Laura A. 32 




man) 81 


1862- 


Caroline C. 58 


1809-32 Lydia (Huckins) 32 




Frances (Whitmar) 


1822-1902 Deborah B. (Huck- 


1805-32 Mary (Huckins) 32 




81 




ins) 58 


1807-76 Mehitable (Huck- 




John 81 




Dudley 57 58 


ins) 32 




Man- (Hill) 81 


1820-1904 " B. 57 102 


CASSON 




Roland E. 81 




Elvira (Gould) 124 


Anna E. (Howard) 


CADWELL 


1869- 


Emma (Snelling) 


28 


1834- 


Jane H. (Tossey) 54 




(Cloud) 58 


1864-1900 Clara M. 26 


CADY 




1857- 


Frank P. 58 


William S. 26 


1828-87 


Collin 23 




George 124 


CASTOR 




Emily (Patrick) 23 


1864- 


" W. 58 


1853- Amos 77 




Lyman 23 


1822- 


" •' K. 58 


1825(?)-52 Elijah 77 


1832- 


Maria D. (Hana- 


1859- 


Harriet P. 58 


1854- Margaret (Roche) 77 




ford) 23 


1856- 


Ida May 58 


1827-53 Mary (Huckins) 77 


1832- 


Marion F. 23 


1860- 


Jane (Holmes) 58 


CATE 


CAHILL 




1850- 


Luella C. 58 


1861-1910 Arabella V. (Huck- 




Catherine (Meehan) 


1882- 


Nettie M. (Huck- 


ins) 104 




61 




ins) 124 


Charies 74 




Cornelius 61 


1819-91 


Ruth D. (Huckins) 


1886-87 " A. 104 


1856-1912 


Margaret 61 




57 102 


1863- " H. 74 


CAIN 






Sarah 58 


David O. 104 




Belle L. (Allen) 112 




" (Carter) 57 58 


1864- " W. 104 


1873- 


Edna 112 


CARON 




1876- Effie L. rOrdway) 74 




Henry H. 112 




Rose A. 132 


Emily A. (Gilman) 


CALDON 




CARPENTER 


104 




Sarah (Bagley) 95 


1871- 


Cora (Huckins) 131 


Jane Thom.pson 83 


1844- 


Sophie 95 




Genevieve (Keplin- 


Lucy 59 




Thomas 95 




gei) 131 


1869- Mary A. (Huckins) 


CALEF 






Horace 131 


104 




Sarah 60 


1872- 


Maxwell 131 


Sarah (Batchelder) 


CALL 






Mary J. 71 


74 




Mary T. 67 


CARR 




Susan 28 


CALLEY 






Alice 56 


CAVERLY 


1845-63 


Aurelia (Huckins) 


1820(?)-61 Amanda 15 


1872- Abigail L. 48 




54 




Anna 27 


Daniel 48 


1842-63 


Frank T. R. 54 




Cora (Huntress) 54 


Elizabeth (Boody) 


1863-84 


•' " " Jr. 54 




David 15 


57 




Hannah 39 


1877- 


Eva 54 


1781-1833 Hannah B. 57 




Louisa L. (Cox) 54 




Gilman 54 


John 57 




Nathaniel S. 54 


1874- 


Grace Beede 88 


Mary L. (Shaw) 48 


CAMERON 




Harriet (Beede) 86 


CAWLEY 




Charles 93 




Jacob 86 


Dorothy 26 


1817-1907 


Elizabeth A. (Gib- 


1834-1903 John Beede 86 


CENTERBAR 




son) 37 


1845- 


Nancy J. (Huckins) 


Eliza A. (Hendrix) 


1900- 


Gladys 93 




86 


35 




James 37 




Naomi 22 


1846- Mary E. 35 


1814-92 


" Jr. 37 




Ruth 54 


Triffly 35 




Margaret 119 


CARTER 




CHAMBERLAIN 




(Mitchell) 




Ezra 43 


Abigail (Stevens) 59 




37 


1874- 


Flora J. (Huckins) 


102 




E. (Lit- 




107 


1852- Clarendon I. 69 




tany) 93 


1904- 


George Albertine 


1731-1825 Dorothy 6 


1871- 


Susan B. (Huckins) 




107 


1818-1903 Durrell S. 59 




93 


1871- 


George V. 107 


1852- Ella M. (Seward) 59 


1907- 


Wallace 93 


1732-1831 


Keziah 5 


Fred D. 91 


1864- 


William Wallace 93 




Jemima (Taylor) 


1848- Henry Edwin 59 60 


CANNEY 






107 


John 59 102 




Alice S. (Penniman) 


1903- 


Julia Ruth 107 


1816-1903 Lucy C. (Huckins 




87 


1806-85 


Mary 19 


59 


1870- 


Elizabeth J. 87 




Parsons 19 


1823-93 Maria J. 102 


1728-1812 


John 6 




Sarah 57 58 


Mary 58 




'• P. 87 


1900- 


Wilda Jemima 107 


" (Tibbetts) 6 


1736-1811 


Love (Tibbetts) 6 




William 107 


1862-96 " E. (Huckins) 


1739-1833 


Rose (Tibbetts) 6 


CASE 




(Ely) 91 




" (Tuttle) 6 




Israel 78 


1856- " Ella 59 




Thomas 6 


1819-57 


Sarah (Huckins) 76 


1851- Sarah M. (Tucker) 


1727-1816 William 6 


CASH 




(Huckins) 59 


CARD 




1853- 


Caroline V. 24 


William 6 


1852-52 


George 76 


CASS 




CHAMBERS 


1818- 


John 76 




Anna (Quimby) 32 


Catherine (Horgan) 


1853- 


Sarah J. 76 


1838-40 


Annie J 32 


80 


1819-57 


(Huckins) 


1847-68 


" Jane 32 


1873- Mary E. 80 




(Case) 76 


1842-42 


Austin 32 


Michael 80 


CARDER 






Benjamin 32 


CHAMPION 


1862-96 


Charlotte E. 84 


1806-66 


" 32 


1822- Cyrus 38 



159 



CHAMPION rnnt'd 1 


CHASE cont'd 


CLARKE cont'd 




Hannah (Penniel) 38 


1823-1903 Nicholas T. 85 96 


1697(?)- 


Ehzabeth (Huckins) 


1825-87 


Sophronia A. (Gran- 
ville) 38 


Nina T. (Wilkinson) 
90 


1875- 


5 
Eva B. 55 




William 38 


1833-1902 Olive A. (Huckins) 




Frank 105 


CHAMPLAIN 1 


85 96 


1886- 


Gertrude 105 




Josephine (Robin- 


Rhoda 90 




Grace Estclle 76 




son) 106 


CHATES 


1783-1857 


Hannah 19 


1803- 


Millioent Ijeudora 


1869- Alfreda B. 56 




(Clough) 19 




106 


Alice (Carr) 56 


1818-72 


Harriet A. (Smith) 




TTri lOfi 


Charles 56 




39 55 


CHANDLER 1 


CHAUNCEY 




Ida Olive 131 


1818-92 


Ephraim A. 14 


Leonora 92 




James 39 




John 14 


CHENEY 


1847- 


" O. 55 




Marian F. (Darling) 


Abigail 39 




Janet 7 




14 


Albert G. 45 


1830(?)-75 John 76 


1820-78 


Mary P. (Wilkin- 


1867- " " 45 


1768(?)- 


Jonathan 7 




son) 14 


Anna 68 




Joseph 19 




Mehitable 54 


1834-1906 Cordelia M. (Huck- 


1849-88 


Julia (Huckins) 55 


CHANNER 1 


ins) 45 




Mary (Cox) 39 


Mary Ann 62 
CHAPMAN 1 


Hannah (Heath) 45 
B. (-) 20 


1872- 


" (Pepoon) 105 
May 76 






Pattv 88 


1830(?)-72 Melinda (Huckins) 




Etiphalet 42 
Isabella 38 


1866- Sara M. (Purcell) 45 




(Higgins) 76 




1840-1908 William H. 45 


1695(?)- 


Rich.ird 5 


1817-99 


Joseph 42 


CHESLEY 


1768- 


Sarah (Hall) 7 


1821-90 


Juliana (Warren) 42 


Ann (-) 5 




" E. 108 




Margaret (Kenne- 


Deborah (-) 5 


CLAY 






son) 42 


Elizabeth 59 


1749- 


Lydia 16 




T. (Mar- 


1695(?)- Hannah (HuckiDs)5 


CLEARY 






shall) 43 


1672(?)-1707 James 4 




Harriet 115 




Mark 38 


1690(?)- John 5 


CLEASBY _ 


1828-64 


Mary A. 38 


1716(?)- " Jr. 5 




Kzra 74 


1840- 


" Lucinda 43 


Philip 4 5 


1844- 


George B 74 




Ruth M. (Wedg- 


" Jr. 4 




Hannah Weeks 85 




wood) 38 


Sarah (-) 4 


1845- 


Jemima G. (Huck- 


1791-185 


2 Sarah (Huckins) 38 


" (-) 5 




ins) 74 




Steohen S. 38 


1674-1705 " (Huckins) 4 




Mary M. (Weeks) 


CHAPPELLE " 


Thomas 5 




74 




Adeline 78 


1718(?)- " 5 


CLEMENT 




Frnnk 78 


" Jr. 5 




David B. 73 


Josette (Lea) 78 
CHARTERS 


CHILSON 

Luthena 65 


1842- 
1847- 


" " Jr. 73 
Ellen M. (Huckins) 

73 
Francis W. 74 


1862- 


Carolyn M. Shu- 
man) 81 


CHIPMAN 


1891- 




James 81 


Alice 124 


1875- 


Harry B, 73 




Marv J. (Filson) 81 


CHOATE 


1873- 


Lena (Nissen) 73 


1865- 


William F. 81 


1812-81 Elizabeth E. (Huck- 


1886- 


Lura Grace 73 


CHASE 




ins) (Marden) 


1874- 


Josephine H. 73 




Abel 30 


(Mewers) 31 




Mary (Rollins) 73 


1858- 


Adeline M. 86 


1848- Lucy A. 31 


188.3- 


" E. 73 




Anne Russell 85 


Nancy (Jackman) 


1878-79 


" H. 73 


1873- 


Arthur T. 86 


31 


1877- 


Myra E. 73 


1864-87 


Caroline J. (Bailey) 


1861- Nettie F. (Webster) 


1881- 


Rose 73 




86 


31 




Vienna 24 


1873- 


Clara J. (Oakley) 


1796-1882 Royal 31 




" 56 




86 


1846- " Jr. 31 


1889-97 


Violet May 74 




David F. 85 


Samuel 31 


1871-93 


Walter D. 73 




M. 55 


CHOQUETTE 


CLIFFORD 


1819-54 


Deborah (Wallace) 


Flora 98 




Elvira (Towle) 69 




13 


CHRISTENSON 


1877- 


Eugene 69 




Eliza Jane 30 


1872- Anna 65 




Henrv 69 


1861-1908 EmmaM. 86 96 


Calista (Kellogg) 65 




Mary 135 


1856-1910 Frank H. 85 


Peter 65 




" 32 




Henry 87 


CLACHER 




Sophia J. 56 




0. 98 


Catherine (McKay) 


1873- 


Susan (Lyford) 69 




Herbert E. 90 


68 


CLINE 




1863-89 


Ira D. 86 


John 68 




Mary 87 




Jane 13 


1859- Nettie S. (Spalding) 


CLOEVE 




1868- 


" M. 55 


68 




Sarah M. 125 




Joanna 47 


1850- William B. 68 


CLOSE 




1818(?)- 


Lewis 13 


CLARE 




Archelaus H. 126 


1855- 


Lillian (Shepard) 


Eleanor (Powell) 64 


1858- 


Eva M. 126 




(Huckins) 87 


Frederick 64 




Frances C. (Stuart) 


1869- 


Mabel A, (Batchel- 


1852-1906 Henry 64 




126 




der) 85 


1863- Ota (Walters) 64 


CLOUD 




1893- 


Marion F. 90 


CLARK 


1869- 


Emma (Snelling) 58 




Mary 12 


CLARKE 




Herbert J. 58 


1823-52 


30 


— 69 


CLOUGH 


1872- 


" (Gordon) 86 


1872- Alice E. 55 




Hannah 19 


1866- 


" (Sorel) (Huck- 


1817-50 Charles 39 55 




Martha 87 




ins) 98 


Charlotte 69 




S. 23 




" J. (Hastings) 


1861-1904 Cora B. (Spalding) 




Sarah 49 




55 


(Lindsay) 64 


COBB 




1875- 


Monica (Mahar) 86 


1815-87 Elizabeth 51 


1 1867- 


Clifford S. 67 



160 



67 



1874- Helen M. (Town- 

send) 67 

Roscoe 67 
COBURN 

Catherine 86 
COCHRAN 

Eleanor (Large) 127 
1839-1904 Emerine J. 127 

Isaac N. 127 

1860- Margaret R. (Mc- 

Cormick) 47 

Willi 
COFFIN 



Aim 



1 133 



1808-90 Cynthia F. (Huck- 
ins) 133 

Ira 133 
COFRAN 

Eunice A. 48 
COGGSHALL 

Emma A. 93 
COLBY 

Anthony 14 
1852- Elba Piper 94 

Elizabeth 30 

Esther (Smith) 14 



c 94 



1841-92 JohnF. . 

Lavina (Tandy) 31 
1848- Lucy A. (Choate) 31 

1841-72 Martha E. L. 14 

Mary 14 

Osgood 31 
COLE 



Aloi 



D 119 



56 



1861- Lydia A. 119 
Mary A. (— ) 119 
Richard R. 56 

1879- Wilbur R. 56 

COLEMAN 

1829-73 Abigail A. (Huck- 

ins) 65 
1856-78 Adelaide J. 64 
1828-1904 Charles B. 64 
1858- " Oscar 64 

1867- Edwin Grant 64 

1861-98 Eliza Ellen 64 
18G8- Emma (Aldrich) 65 

1862- Eva L. (Wright) 64 
1861- Frances 65 

John C. 64 65 
1828-1904 Letitia (Irving) 

(Cullev) 64 65 
1830- Lewis 65 

1866- Lucy M. (Vance) 64 
1869-1907 Mary Luella 65 

Nancy J. 87 
1827-1902 '• M. (Huck- 

ins) 64 
1853- Olive Ann 64 

1867- " " 65 
Sarah 18 

1866- William S. 65 

COLFASS 

1815-87 Elizabeth (Clark) 

COLLAHAN 

Ellen 46 
COLLINS 

Alice (Cross) 51 
1871- " M. 51 

Benjamin 51 

Ezekie! 32 

Maria 32 

Mary (Dow) 32 
1828-96 " A. (Satterlee) 



COLLINS cont'd 
1774-1882 Nancy 32 

Phebe P. 50 
COLSON 

Sara A. 45 
COMP 
1890- Nell (Acker) 110 

Ream 110 
CONNOR 
1853- Emma F. 96 

George 51 

B. 96 
1827-1909 Mahala J. (Mai 
ston) 51 

Mary E. 73 
CONSTANTINE 

Mary E. 132 
CONVERS 
CONVERSE 

Emetine 49 
1846-94 Georgie E. (Meader) 
(Huckins) 132 

John William 132 

Lydia L. 134 
CONY 

Nancy 82 
COOK 
COOKE 

Mary 129 

Pauline (Mcl^augh- 
lin) 52 

Reuben 52 
1832-63 Susan E. 52 
COOLEY 

Caren A. (Hen- 
dricks) 106 
1877- Josephine M. 106 

William H. 106 
COOLIDGE 

Louisa 51 
COOMBS 

Alice (Roberts) 105 
1824-1909 Eliza A. 72 
1839-92 Elizabeth B. 105 

Lucretia (Isham) 73 

Samuel 105 

Stephen 73 
COOPER 

1860- Ada A. (Sargent) 68 

1852-94 Arthur Thomas 68 
1881- Clara 125 

Emma L. (— ) 68 

Esther (Lawrence) 
125 



CORKDM 

Eliza 92 
CORLISS 

1879- Cora F. (Ordway) 

74 
Elizabeth (Brown) 
74 
1825-54 Esther (Smith) 13 

George 74 
1813-42 Hannah H. (Smith) 

14 
1812-70 John Sherburn 13 14 
Mary (Bamford) 13 
Reuben 13 14 
1878- William H. 74 

CORSON 

Almira (Coffin) 133 
James 133 
COTTON 

1846- Abbott M. 23 

Elizabeth 12 
Hannah L. (Bart- 
lett) 23 
1841-1906 Helen M. (Smith) 
23 



COTTON cont'd 

Jacob 85 
1836- Mary 85 

Meribah Taylor 25 

Morris 23 
COVENY 

Anne 71 
COWLS 

Jane 127 
COX 



>-69 



Aim 



a 52 



Amanda 39 

John V. 40 

Leah 123 

Louisa L. 54 

Marian (Dearborn) 
39 

Martha E. (Howell) 
40 

Mary 39 
1851- Sarah E. 40 

Thomas 39 
CRAM 

Mary E. 105 
CRANE 
1876- Ethel Delia "" 



Hoi 



eB. 8 



Sarah E. (Barker) 89 
CRAPSON 

Rachel 123 
CRAWFORD 

1859-83 Ada B. 97 

1837- Anna C. 39 

Cephas R. 97 
Elmira (Jackson) 97 
Joanna (Sleeper) 39 
William 39 

CROCKETT 

Elizabeth (Ham) 83 

1842-47 George W. 83 

1845-47 John Ivory 84 

1822-99 Lydia A. (Huckina) 

83 
1844- Sarah Persis 83 

1819-99 William D. 83 
CROFF 
1882- Florence (Page) 92 

George 92 
1882- Henrv A. 92 

Ida (Wheaton) 92 
CROSBY 

Catherine 84 

Hannah 14 

E. (Gross) 
131 

Joseph 131 

Josephine E. 93 

Katharine 33 

1861- Nina A. 131 

CROSLAND 

1873- Delia D. 134 

" L. 134 

John 134 
CROSS 

Alice 51 

Anstress 18 

Eliza (Batchelder) 
43 



Georgianna 120 
,LEY 

Letitia Qrving) 64 
65 
CTIMMINGS 

Ann S. (Brown) 54 
1820-88 Grace E. 54 74 86 

Jonathan 54 
CURRIER 

Armina J. 73 

Asenath 30 
CURTIS 

Charles 125 



161 



CURTIS cont'd 


DARRAH cont'd 


DAVIS cont'd 


1863- Emma F. (Hurd) 


1875- 


Nollie (Bean) 71 


1850-1912 Sarah Ann (Huck- 


(Huckins) 117 


DAVENPORT 




ins) 118 


1849- Frances (Lowrey) 




Charles F. 75 


1876- 


" Ball 63 


125 


1853-99 


Frances (Giles) 75 


1891-91 


Sisney Dennis 119 


William E. 117 


1844-1900 Joseph L. 75 




Thomas 118 


GUSHING 




Louisa (Stone) 75 


1858-84 


J. 26 


1816-82 Maria B. 41 


DAVEY 




1885- 


Virgie (Taylor) 119 


Mary (Page) 41 


1891- 


Harriet C. 125 


1829- 


Waters Smith 62 


Nancy 118 


1869- 


Joseph 125 


1868- 


Jr. 63 


Sarah 105 
William 41 




Judith (Thompson) 
125 


1798-1868 Zebulon 57 


CUTLER 


1872- 


Lilla D. (Huckms) 


DAVISON 


Mary 136 




1803- -- ~ " 


Henry E. 123 






Richar<i 123 


1867-1906 Mary L._ (Huckins) 


DAKYN 

Frazer 68 


1900-01 


Vera May 125 




Peter 123 


1879- Madeleine W. 


DAVID 


Elizabeth 59 




Sarah C. (Wilson) 


(Bates) 68 






123 


Maria (Farwell) 68 


DAVIDSON 


DAWSON 


1874- Percy B. 68 


1891- 


Edith Alma 128 




Mary J. 64 


DALTON 




George 128 


DAY 




1831-91 Abigail 42 




Isabella (Turnbill) 




Hannah 100 


1824-1912 Asa 42 




128 




Silence 108 


1832- Benjamin F. 42 


DAVIS 




DEALAND 


1S23-1903 Caroline 42 


1849-64 


Abigail E. 26 




Mary (Cooke) 129 


Helen M. (Gove) 42 


1780-184 


Anna (Dame) 


1862- 


" H. 129 


1821-82 Joseph 42 




(Huckins) 16 




Stephen J. 129 


1790-1832 Lydia 82 


1880- 


Bertha 119 


DEARBORN 


1826-1909 Maria (Leverett) 42 


1864-1900 Clara M. (Casaon) 




— 75 


Mary (Bennett) 42 




26 


1876- 


Abigail 89 


82 


1876- 


Daisy (League) 63 


1881- 


Burt S. 87 


1798-1881 " A. (Huckins) 


1811-91 


Daniel 12 


1880- 


Clara (Wallace) 87 


42 


1814-1905 






Clarence 87 


Samuel 42 82 


1874- 


Dearborn 118 




Flora B. (Colby) 89 


1797-1848 " Jr. 42 




Dorothy (Cawley) 




Marian 39 


1833-99 Susan (Leverett) 42 




26 




Torrie B. (Broad) 87 


1826-94 William T. 42 


1853-92 


A. 26 




William R. 89 


DAME 




Elizabeth 38 


DE GEEB 




1790-1813 Abigail 16 




(Buzzell) 


1855-76 


Herbert 77 


1780-1848 Anna 16 56 




118 


1839-78 


Marian (Huckins 


" (Hunkingi 16 


1892- 


(Poe) 119 




77 


26 27 


187!- 


Emeline Coit 63 


1866- 


Nora 77 


1794-1870 Hannah (Durgin)16 


1844-1903 


Emma Jane 57 




Rensselaer 77 


1750(?)- " B. (Huck- 


1886- 


Ernest Robert 119 


DENIO 




ins) 16 56 




Hannah 7 




George 77 


1744-1829 Bunking 16 56 


1882- 


Horace Ford 1 1 9 


1868- 


" Jr. 77 


1786-1852 " Jr. 16 


1877- 


Irvin Blake 119 




Margaret (Hunt) 77 


1788-1872 Israel 16 


1845-1908 James 118 


1866- 


Nora (De Geer) 77 


Jason 99 


1870- 


" Owen 119 


DENNETT 


1798-1807 Jonathan 16 


1861-68 


Jessie M. 26 




Daniel 62 


1790-1847 Lydia C. (Durgin) 




John 26 




Elizabeth (Nutter) 


16 


1874- 


Julia V. (Gaylor) 




21 


1756(?)- Mary 16 26 




118 


1797-1891 


Eunice (Seward) 21 


" (Sias) 99 




Laura 115 




Frances K. (— ) 62 


1822-1882 Mary A. L. 99 


1835- 


Lavina 57 




Hannah 99 


Moses 16 26 27 


1S72- 


Lillie 118 




Moses 21 


1761-1841 Ruth 27 


1834- 


" (Brower) 119 


1780-1865 Oliver 21 


1783-1843 Sarah 16 




Lois (Brown) 12 


1837- 


Sarah F. 62 


1790-1878 Stephen 16 


1881- 


Lucy B. (Harbart) 


DENNY 




1793-1885 Susan 16 




118 




Louisa 93 


Temperance 27 


1885-85 


" Belle 119 


DENVIR 




DAMON 


1368-83 


Lura Ann 118 




Charles I. 131 


Clara 14 


1787-1864 Lydia 18 1 


1879- 


Eleanor D. (Watts) 


DANFORTH 


1310-81 


" (Mudgett) 




(Huckins) 131 


Sarah 67 




(Smith) 12 


DEPEW 




DANIELS 




Mary A. (Channer) 




Susan M. 63 


— 9 




62 


DERBY 




Jacob 27 


1822-68 


" F. (Huckins) 




Emily 78 


" 59 




26 




Esther (Werikow) 80 


1770(?)- Mary 27 


1870- 


" Huckins 63 




George W. 80 


1804-76 " 59 




" Jane 49 


1818-1903 


Lucy Amanda 21 


" (-) 27 


1775(?)- 


Moses 16 


1841-89 


Lydia A. (Huckina) 


" (Blanchard) 




" 18 




80 


59 




" 57 




Mary Swett 21 


DARLING 




Nancy 99 




Rufus 21 


1804-90 Joseph 12 




" (Norris) 57 




Sarah (Bragdon) 21 


Judith (French) 12 




Nathan 12 


1848- 


William Russell 80 


1813-41 Lois (Wallace) 12 


1834-1912 


Rebecca 57 


DETRICK 




Marian F. 14 




" (Plummer) 


1852- 


Benjamin J. 44 


Moses 12 




18 




Daniel 44 


DARNEILLE 




Sarah 81 




Hester A. (Johnson) 


Lorenda 44 


1809-84 


" (Huckins) 57 




44 


DARRAH 


1838- 


" Allen (Huck- 


1853- 


Jessie F. (Wright) 


— 71 




ins) 62 




44 



162 



DEWITT 




DOLLOFF cont'd 


DOW con 


t'd 




Augustus 76 




William 13 


1812-190" 


Ruth B. (Huckins) 




Julia (Huckins) 76 


1816-94 


P. 13 




25 


DEXTER 




DONELSON 


1824-75 


Sarah H. 54 




Catherine (McMil- 


DONALSON 




(Hanaford) 




lan) 23 




Margaret 111 




24 




James M. 23 




Virwuia 113 


DOWNING 


1856- 


Jessie 23 


DONNELLY " 




Cvrus 89 


DICEY 






Katharine 117 


1870- 


Ffcd H. 89 


DICY 




DONOVAN 


1872-95 


Lena B. (Huckins) 




James L. 67 




Mary 131 




89 




Martha J. (Mont- 




" J. 86 




Rebecca S. 101 




gomery) 67 


DOORE 






Susan (Ellsworth) 




Mary 50 51 




Jael 105 




89 


1874- 


Olive 67 


1849- 


Pauline S. 105 


DRAKE 




DICKSON 

Margaret 65 


doroth/^^^'^^^"^'^^^^^^ 




Abigail (Hanaford) 


DIEHL 






Gipson 64 
John M. 64 


1889- 


Clyde E. 117 


18S7- 


Ada 128 _ ^_ 


1854- 




Ida F. (Mills) 117 




Frances (Halbert) 


1853- 


Olive A. (Coleman) 


1829- 


Joanna 13 




128 




64 




John 13 




John 128 




Rachel (Wright) 64 




Miirtha 11 


DIMICK 




DORR 






Oren E. 117 




Eliza 35 




Elmina 96 


1891- 


Ruth M. (Huckins) 


DOANE 

Howard P. 130 
1884-1914 Olive A. 130 

Sarah (Simpson) 130 


DORSEY 

1887- 


Ethel R. (Fifield) 56 

Hannah (Spellicy) 

56 


1826-190J 
DREW 


117 
Sarah 24 

" Elizabeth 13 


DOBSON 




1872- 


James 56 


1830-61 


Annie 42 




Louisa 52 




Joseph 56 


1716(?)- 


Benjamin 5 


DODGE 






Mary 78 


1809-87 


Cordelia (V/allace) 


DOE 


Mary A. 56 
Nancy 127 


DOTY 

Laura A. 52 
DOUGHERTY 




12 
Eliza 60 
Elizabeth (-) 5 




T.vHia 83 




Anna (Beal) 111 




(Wallace) 


DOLLOFF 


1879- 


Daisy D. (Huckins) 


1719(?)- 


12 
Love 5 


1837-92 


Abigail S. 30 


1899- 


John 111 




Joseph 12 


1812-51 


(Smith) 13 


1871- 


Robert W. Ill 


1810-1901 


Josiah 12 


1832-1907 AlanaonVl 
1823-87 Alpheus 30 


DOUSE 


William 111 


1693(7)- 
1692- 


Mary (Bunkoi) 5 
" (Huckins) 5 
Thomas 5 


1829-52 


Augusta A. 31 


1851- 


Abigail E. (Miner) 


1692- 


William 5 


1792-1849 


David 30 
" Jr. 30 




Catherine (Mason) 


1714(?)- 
DRIGGS 


Jr. 6 


1827-92 
1825(?)- 


Eliza A. 30 
" J. (Chase) 30 


1843- 


66 
George M. 66 


1874- 


Lovina (Bailey) 106 

Nora M. 106 




Elizabeth 137 




Lewis L. 66 




William 106 




(Colby) 


DOW 




DRYDEN 






30 


1791-1872 


Abigail B. 24 




Elizabeth 78 


1835-82 


E. 30 




(Godfrey)20 


DDBOIS 




1835- 


Ellen J. (Manahan) 


1852- 


'• 0. (Sawyer) 




Charles B. 73 




(Marston) 31 




26 


1867- 


Eva M. (Blaiedell) 


1825-88 


Emeline E. 30 


1826- 


Amanda J. (Ingalls) 




73 


1825-88 


" (Dol- 




(Rollins) 29 




Hannah 122 




loff) (Marston) 30 


1851- 


Charles H. 26 


1866- 


James Frank 73 


1854- 


Emma A. (Blake) 




Comfort 27 




Mary E. (Connor) 




30 




45 




73 


1825-87 


Esther (Arnold) 31 




Dorothy 51 


DUDLEY 




1793-1862 


Jane (Huckins) 30 


1846- 


Elizabeth A. 25 




Caroline W. 113 


1800-78 


Jesse 30 


1858-1908 


M. (Pike) 




Mary A. 104 




John L. 30 




25 


DUNKLEY 




Joseph 30 


1846- 


Emma F. (Bryant) 




Alfred G. 124 


1824-91 


Leavitt W. 30 




25 




Alice (Cbipman) 


1821-1905 


Lorenzo D. 30 


1842-92 


George L. 25 








Lucy A. (Meeser) 30 




■■ W. 29 


1894- 


Florence 124 


1823-52 


Mary (Chase) 30 




Hannah 28 


DUNLAP 






" (Emmons) 13 




J— French 39 


1838- 


Frances 91 


1826-90 


" Jane 30 


1844-64 


John M. 25 




Horace 91 


1828-71 


Miriam 30 




Jonathan 50 51 




Lillian E. 128 


1825-94 


Nancy 30 31 




Jr. 24 




Lucy (Preston) 91 


1801-81 


P. (Huck- 


1789-1831 


Joseph Godfrey 20 


DUNN 






ins) 30 




Levi 20 


1906- 


Adelaide 126 


1847- 


Octavia J. (Ricker) 




Mary 32 




Adeliza (Eck) 126 




^. . 31 


1791-1862 


" (Boynton) 20 


1896- 


Alice Victoria 71 


1820(?)- 


PhebeT. (Smith) 13 


1836- 


" (Cotton) 85 


1885- 


Annie Melvina 71 


1834-1902 


Phineas 30 




" (Dicy) 50 51 


1870- 


Benjamin T. 126 


1827-42 


Rozina 31 




" A. (Prescott) 




Catherine 127 


1830-91 


Sarah S. (Herrick) 




25 54 


1881- 


Dell (Huckins) 126 




30 


1825- 


" J. (Perry) 39 


1888- 


Eva Belle 71 




Susan (Harriman) 


1808-93 


Melinds C. 50 


1904- 


Ewart 126 




31 


1830-1907 Oren Frank 25 


1893- 


Frederic W. 71 


1827-94 


" P. (Smith) 30 


1820-50 


Perrin P. 25 


1857- 


Fredeiick 71 




Stephen 13 




Peter 25 54 


1902- 


Greta 126 


1820- 


Sylvester 30 


1849- 


Rufus P. 26 


1908- 


Haivey 126 



163 



DUNN cont'd 


EASTWOOD cont'd 


ELTING 


1889- 


Jane Pearl 71 




Margaret (Brown) 79 


Edwin 128 


1912- 


Jean 126 




William O. 79 


1891- Eula (Huckini) 128 




Mary A. (Walker) 


EATON 




Lillian E. (Dunlap) 




71 




Abigail (Locke) 71 


128 




" C. 127 




Ebenezer 10 


1SS5- Van V. 128 


1853- 


Melvina A. (Huck- 




Elisha 71 


ELVIDGE 




ins) 71 


1861- 


Flora B. 71 


Frances 126 


1903- 


William 126 




Henry 133 


ELY 




126 


1867- 


Herbert L. 71 


Mary (— ) 91 




71 




Johanna (McClure) 


1862-96 *• E. (Huckins) 


DUPEE 






133 


91 




Catherine (-) 38 


1823-97 


John 71 


Peter 91 


1823-54 


A. 38 


1869- 


Lotta J. (Johnson) 


1860-84 William H. 91 




William 38 




71 


EMBURY 


DURGIN 




1828-191C 


Marion E. 133 


1846-79 Harriet L. 125 


17S0-1858 Abigail (Taylor) 17 




Mary 31 


Jane (Madden) 125 




Albert A. 88 




" 46 


Samuel 125 




Deborah 17 


1780-1869 


Phebe 10 45 


EMERSON 




Dorcas 34 




(Bhepard) 10 


Abigail 4 




Dudley Leavitt 17 


1840- 


Rhoda A. (Huck- 


1731-1822 " 6 




Elizabeth 117 




ins) 71 


1731-1825 Dorothy (Chamber- 


1799-1869 Eunice 17 
1794-1870 Hannah 16 


EBIRIOUS 


lain) 6 




Elvira 128 


1856- Ella A. 100 




(Stevens) 


ECK 




Eunice (Watson) 16 




135 


1859- 


Adeline 78 


1729- Hannah 6 




John 17 135 




Adeliza 126 


(Day) 100 


1753-1834 Joseph 17 135 




AsthabrJIlah 


1775(?)- " (Huckins) 




Josiah 16 135 




(Brown) 79 


(Fox) 27 


1789-1845 Love 17 




Charles 79 


John A. 100 




Lvdia 17 


EDGERLY 


1792-1861 Jonathan Watsonl6 


1790-1847 " C. 16 


1695- 


Abigail 7 


Joseph 27 




Noah 17 




Jane (Whidden) 7 


Judith (Davis) 5 




Polly 17 




Mary 21 


1776-1859 Levi 27 




Sarah 17 




Rebecca Mary 37 


1701- Michael 5 


1756- 


Sarah (Huckins) 17 




Thomas 7 


5 


1836- 


M. (Morse) 


EDMUNDS 


Samuel 5 




(Huckins) 88 


1888- 


Alice L. (Proctor) 


1726-85 " 6 




Sophia (Milliken) 




105 


1707-76 Sarah (Huckins) 5 




17 


1890- 


Bradford Gushing 


1793-1885 " (Dame) 16 




Susanna (Pitman) 




105 


Stephen 16 




17 




Frank 105 


1793-1885 Susan (Dame) 16 


17{ri-I844 Thomas 17 




Persis D. (Bray) 105 


Temperance (Dame) 


DUSETT 




EDSON 




27 




Huldah (Ford) 120 




Mary 53 


EMERY 




Ira 120 


EDWARDS 


Harvey A. 132 


1834- 


Lucy A. 120 




Esther A. (Watson) 


Lydia A. (Robin- 


DUSTIN 






72 


eon) 132 




Charlotte (Clarke) 


1871- 


Frank S. 86 


1872- Mary E. 132 




69 




George K. 86 


EMMONS 




Emma 102 


1874- 


Grace B. (Carr> 86 


Mary 13 


1815-93 


Harriet 69 




Harriet (Rowland) 


Ruth 29 




Jonathan 69 




86 


ENGARD 




Vashti 14 


1878- 


(Mercer) 72 


1847- Anna M. (Boynton) 


DUTCH 




1891- 


Leona M. 72 


(Larg) 22 


DYER 

1740(?)- 

1744- 

EAKLY 


Mary (Randall) 76 


1874-1902 


Lillian E. 72 
Marv 66 


Harriet (Warren) 22 
1851-86 Harry 22 


Lemuel 6 

Welthen (Jordan) 6 


1871- 
1847- 


Mertie E. 72 
Sarah L. (Huckins) 
72 


Joseph 22 
ENGLISH 

Elizabeth (Stinson) 






Thomas H. 72 


78 


1873- 


Ella C. 107 


1846- 


W. 72 


John 78 




James S. 107 
Marion W. (Pres- 


187S- 
ELDER 


Wright W. 72 


1853-1901 Mary 78 
ESTES 




cott) 107 




John 31 


1875- Eva B. (Clark) 55 


EASTERBROOK 


1847- 


Octavia J. (Kicker) 


1872- Frank G. 55 




Abigail (Allyn) 88 




(DoUoff) 31 


Mary E. (Atkins) 55 


1863- 


" Francis 88 


ELDREDGE 


William H. 55 




Kimball 88 




Adoniram 77 


ETTER 


EASTMAN 




Anne (Blakeley) 77 


1866-1907 Barbara 44 




Charles Alvin 97 


1872-1903 


Belle 77 


George 44 


1888- 


Harold 97 


1825-83 


Harmon N. 77 


Magdalen (Vogel) 


1850- 


Esther Mary 35 
Grace T. (Huckins) 


1837- 


Martha A. (Huck- 


44 


1894- 




ins) (Smith) 


EVANS 




97 




77 


Darius B. 49 




Laura E. (Perkins) 


ELLER 




Emma F. (Lee) 49 




97 




Mary 81 


1875- Viola V. 49 




Lorenzo 35 


ELLIS 




EVERETT 




Mary (Harriman) 35 




- 121 


1861-1903 Abigail (Huckins) 




Mehitable 22 38 


1887- 


Belle (Huckins) 121 


52 




Sarah 51 


ELLISON 




1831-1904 Caroline E. 43 


EASTWOOD 


1729(?)- 


Sarah 5 135 


1889-1911 Clara Norena 52 


1867- 


Georgie V. (Paxton) 


ELLSWORTH 


1886- Gladys Julia 52 




79 




Ida 119 


1884- Henry Arthur 52 


1864- 


John H. 79 




Susan 89 


" C. 52 



164 



EVERETT cont'd 
1851- James C. 52 

Joseph C. 43 
1899-1901 Lionel R. 52 
1889- Mabel (Whitney) 52 

Maria (Collins) 52 
1893- Marie Collins 52 

Mary (Warren) 43 

FAIR 

Chariotte (Wind- 
rem) 138 

George 138 
1879- Milton D. 138 

FAIRBANKS 
1830(?)- Maria L. 130 
FAIRCHILD 

Frances 111 
FALES 
1856-78 Annie A. (Foss) 60 

Henry W. 130 

Jane (Webster) 60 
1856- Ida R. (Huckins) 
(Boles) 130 

Jesse 60 

Orpha C. (Perley) 
130 
1848- Oscar W. 60 

1858- Willard H. 130 

FALLIS 



Eliz; 



79 



FARMER 

Abigail (Straw) 45 
1858- Arthur W. 45 

Levi 45 
1863-81 Mary S. (Green- 
leaf) 45 
FARNHAM 
FARNUM 

Catherine 26 

Olive 74 
FARNSWORTH 

Blanche 95 
FARRAR 
1852- Alice Frances 83 

Ezra O. F. 83 

Susan M. (Sherman) 
83 
FARRINGTON 



Margaret A. ( — ) 

134 
Moses D. 134 
1849- Sarah Lois (Huck- 

ins) 134 
1857- Waldo 134 

FELCH 

Ann 41 85 
1872- Claribe! 48 

1860-95 Elizabeth 44 
Henry H. 49 
Kate A. (Bradish) 

49 
Robert 44 
Sarah 32 

(Pynchon) 44 
FELLOWES 
FELLOWS 



Elm 



I 129 



Joaiah 29 

Louise M. 45 
1821-84 Mary S. (Rollins) 29 
1818-93 Samuel S. 29 

Susanna (Sanborn) 
29 
FENNER 

Elizabeth 110 
FENTON 

Phebe 96 
FERGUSON 
1898- Dorothy Olga 123 



1874- 



FEW 

FICKETT 

FIELDS 



•' J. (Gowan) 
123 
Hallie R. (Huckins) 
123 

1902- Helen Margery 123 

1865-1908 John A. 123 

1904- " Frederick 123 
Thomas R. 123 

FERNALD 
1708-88 Mary 9 

" (Thompson) 
9 
Thomas 9 

Mary Ann 121 

Lavina P. 94 

Ellen M. 46 

iB. ( 

56 
1890- Charies Henry 56 

Elizabeth M. (Har- 
vey) 58 
1887- Ethel Roxanna 56 

Freeman 56 98 
Henrv L. 58 

1905- Hortcnse E. 56 
1864- Ida M. 98 
1859-1912 John S. 56 

1866- Martha A. (Huck- 

ins) 56 
1854- Mary Adelaide 58 

1897- Ralph F. 56 

Roxanna M. (John- 
ston) 56 98 
FILSON 

Mary Jane 81 
FINDLAY 

Andrew ,129 

1873- " P. 129 

1874- Daisie G. (Huckins) 

129 
Mary B. (Penman) 

FINLEY 

Lois 92 
FINNICUM 

Elizabeth Mc (Afee) 



FISH 
FISHER 



Robert E. 124 
Rachel J. 23 



— 40 
1824-91 Clara 39 

Ella A. 108 
1875- Ellen L. 92 

Ellis 39 

Hannah (Noyes) 39 

Joseph 92 

1879- Josephine 106 
1827-86 Julia 39 

Leonora (Chaun- 

cey) 92 
Margaret (Gleason) 

106 
Peter 106 
FITTS 

Eliza (Oglesby) 121 
FinlayJ. 121 

1880- Rachel 121 
FLAGG 

Adeline 34 
FLANDERS 

1837-1906 Caroline A. 29 
1868-1909 Clara Dell 67 

Frederick L. 67 



FLANDERS cont'd 

Hannah 89 

Laura A. (Brock) 67 

Marion 107 

Mary J. (Fowler) 20 

Timothy P. 29 
FLEMING 

Lucinda 58 
FLETCHER 

Armina J. (Currier) 
73 

George F. 73 
1874- Josephine H. (Clem- 

ent) 73 
1866- Sherman S. 73 

FLINN 
FLYNN 
1869- George Halliday 102 

John L. 102 

Kate (Brady) 102 
1913- Mabel Ruth 102 

Marv E. 112 
1904- Zee Cariotta 102 

1869- " S. (Huckins) 

102 
FOGG 

Rhoda 48 
FOLLETT 

Jane (— ) 10 

John 10 

Joseph 10 

Mary (Huckins) 10 

Peggy (Bickford) 10 
1768- Samuel 10 

FOLSOM 

Ann 27 
FOOTE 

Abigail (Swain) 48 

1872- Claribel (Felch) 48 

1873- Harry B. 48 
1847- James E. 48 

1852- Judith A. (Huckins) 

48 
Samuel E. 48 

FORCE 

Mary A. 70 

FORD 

Adeline 71 

1821-84 Dennis 77 

1834-67 Eliza (Huckins) 77 

1861-62 Elvena 77 
Huldah 120 
Julia (Wood) 77 

1853- Mark D. 77 
FORDHAM 

Adeline 64 
FOSS 

Abigail 61 
1855- Ada E. (Hosmer) 60 

■ ; N. (Norcross) 



1758-1857 

1828-1910 

1856-78 

1863- 

1847- 

1850- 

1825-96 



1820-90 
1853-57 
1851- 
1865- 



62 
Anna 9 

" (Huckins) 61 
Annie Augusta 60 
Arthur M. 62 
Benjamin F. 59 
Charies Edwin 62 
Eliza (Huckins) 

(Henderson) 59 

" W. (Jones) 59 
Emma (Simpson) 62 
Frank 60 

Herbert 60 
Hannah 103 
" (-) 9 
(Hall) 7 
Harriot Eliza 60 
Helen H. 62 
Henry M. 59 
Ichabod 9 
Job 61 

John Everett 61 
Lillian M. 62 
Margaret Anna 62 
Marion L. 62 



165 



FOSS cont'd 

Mary 104 
1860-88 " A. 62 

1850- " E. (Cham- 

berlain) 59 

Nathan 7 
1760(7)- " Jr. 7 

Robert W. 59 
1857-58 William H. 62 
FOSTER 

Frances E. 54 

Frank W. 100 

Hannah L. (Turner) 
100 
1879- Harriet M. 100 

Irene 92 
FOWLER 

Alonzo 118 
1878- Cyru3ll8 

Lavinia (Smart) 118 
1884- Mary (Huckins) 118 

•' J. 29 
FOWN 

Ellen Florence 90 
FOX 

BenJE " ■"" 

chr 



FROST cont'd 
1832-84 Emily J. 126 
1825(?)-1908 Nancy (Rowe) 15 



_ 135 
1775(?)- Hannah (Huckins) 



82 

Hannah 7 

(Davis) 7 
1720(7)- John 7 

" Jr. 7 

Mary 7 
1723- Ruth (Huckins) 7 

Samuel 7 

Sarah 7 
1748- Stephen 7 

FRANKLIN 

Eliza (Dimick) 35 
1830-90 " Ann 35 

Ezra 35 
FRAZER 

— (Fisher) 40 
1825(?)-70 Caroline 40 

John 40 
FREDERICK 
1S20-69 Jabez 21 

Mary S. (Derby) 21 
1820-83 Nancy M. (Seward) 
21 

William 21 
FREEMAN 

Margaretta 118 

Mary 35 
FRENCH 

Abigail 47 88 

Dorothy 39 
1826-75 Eliza A. (Quint) 



3S) 41 



(Jei 
Emeline 25 
Judith 12 
Louisa 74 
1733(7)- Mary 9 



" 67 
FRITZ 

Charles J. 122 

1889- Emily 122 

Mary (Osborne) 122 

FROST 

Abigail 136 
Alexander 15 
Caroline K. (War- 
ren) 126 



Oliv 



■ 126 



FRYE 

Sarah A. 119 
FULLER 

1877- Alice (Wheeler) 92 

Amanda (Roach) 
128 
1892- Elizabeth 128 

1881- Forest 92 
Frank 128 
George A. 109 

1823-1911 Harriet 80 

Irene (Foster) 92 

1882- Mary 109 

" (Hemstreet) 
80 
E. (Beach) 



GARDNER 

Ellen (CoUahan) 46 
1885- Mary Ellen 46 

William 40 
GARL 

Elizabeth (McKay) 



1854- 



63 



" J. 35 
Warren 92 
William 80 
FURBER 

1822- Benjamin Franklin 

28 
Deborah (Walker) 

28 
Edmund 28 
Emily 103 
1831-74 Sarah J. (Babb) 27 
Susan (Gate) (Gray) 
28 
FURBUSH 

George 41 
832-1906 Nancy H. (Jenness) 
(Hurd) 41 129 
GAGE 

Altha M. (-) 36 
GALE 

— (McCarthy) 75 

Alonzo 48 

Daniel 75 

" 117 

1873- Edith 117 

1797-1871 Eunice 75 

Helen (Marble) 117 
1837-1903 Hiram C. 48 
1841-1907 Melissa (Huckins) 



John 112 
Mary Lucy 112 
Sylvia (Perry) 112 

Charilla (McOm- 

ber) 37 
Elisha 35 
Eliza A. 36 
Elizabeth (Grow) 37 
Ezekiel 36 



1787-1860 
1817- 
1814-81 
1823-36 

1789-1840 

1821-40 

1829-78 

1817-85 

1812-84 



Fidelia 36 
Isaac 36 
Joseph 36 

" Jr. 38 

" 3d 36 
Maria L. 36 
Martha 36 
Mary 36 
Miriam (Brigham) 



1819-78 Olive 36 

Pamela (Batchel- 
der) 36 

1815-87 Rebecca 36 

1791-1878 " (Huckins) 

36 

GALVIN 

1853- Annette W. 131 

Charles 131 
Kate (-) 131 



Elizabeth (Chesley) 
59 
1757- Huldah (Batchel- 

der) 11 
Jonathan 11 
Joseph 61 
1851- Martha A. 59 

Olive (Buzzell) 61 
GATES 



GAULT 



-37 



GAYLOR 

1874- Julia V. 118 

Lida D. (Young) 



Sidi 



118 



118 



GEER 
GERE 

1842-72 Caroline 58 
1876- Clara 109 

George W. 109 

Mary H. (Lee) 109 
GEORGE 

Harriet L. 13 
GERRISH 
1871- Cora E. (Huckins) 

100 
1874- Melvin J. 100 

GETTES 

Rachel 120 
GIBBS 

Cornelia B. 109 
GIBSON 

— 37 

1793-1871 Elizabeth (Huckins) 

37 
1817-1907 " Alice 37 

1828-77 Hannah 37 
1822-38 James 37 
1700-1859 " Gates 37 
1816-16 " Nelson 37 

1826-97 Jane 37 
1833-37 Lucia 37 
1830-1907 Mahlon B. 37 
1820-1904 Maria 37 
1812-73 Mary 37 
1829-93 " J. (Burwell) 

37 
1814-32 Nancy 37 
1835-37 Rosina 37 
1824-1902 Sarah A. 37 
1837-1913 Victoria 37 
GILBERT 

Delia 116 
1841- Edward W. 25 

1858-1908 Elizabeth M. (Pike) 
(Dow) 25 

Hammond 25 

Susan (Webster) 25 
GILE 

Lucinda 59 60 
GILES 

— 136 
1823-1900 Ann G. (Huckins) 

74 
David 74 
1820- " S. 74 

1843- Emma 75 

1853-99 Frances 75 
1851- Frank C. 75 



166 



GILES cont'd 


GOLDEN 




GRANVILLE cont'd 


1848-98 John 75 




-36 


1784-1863 


Ann (Huckins) 38 


1856- Josephine (Mills) 75 


1812-84 


Mary (Gallup) 36 




85 


Martha F. (-) 75 


GOLDSMITH 


1823-54 


Catherine A. (Du- 


Sarah (Allen) 74 


1830- 


Prances J. 129 




pee) 38 


OILMAN 




Hubbard 129 


1805-94 


Clarissa 38 


1780-1816 Andrew 40 




Joanna (Roberts) 




Elizabeth (-) (Wil- 


Caroline 75 




130 




kins) 38 


Daniel 40 




Marv 131 


1811-91 


Hannah 38 


Edward 20 


GONZALES 


1822-1901 


John V. 38 85 


Elizabeth 20 




Edith (Boyer) 63 




Joseph 38 


Emilv A. 104 


1871- 


Emeline C. (Davis) 


1816-97 


" 38 


Esther 20 




63 




Lucinda (Kennett) 


" (Sanborn) 20 


1869- 


Julian Caverly 63 




38 


1769-1825 Eunice (Huckins)20 




Thomas 63 


1868- 


Mabel 85 


Hannah 53 


GOOCH 




1818-68 


Maria 38 


1787-1851 " (Huckins) 




Joseph 99 




Mary (-) 38 


40 




Nancy (Davis) 99 


1829-64 


" 38 


1809-51 Jane R. (Beede) 41 


1818-53 


'• D. 99 


1802-92 


" (Barter) 38 


1806-25 Jefferson 40 


GOODALE 


1828-64 


A. (Chap- 


Joseph 20 




Mary 65 




man) 38 


1807-96 " 41 


GOODELL 


1828-96 


" " (Sattcrlee) 


Joshua 20 




Adeline (Flagg) 34 




(Collins) 38 


1791-1872 " Jr. 20 




Asahel W. 34 


1829-1906 Olive J. (Huckins) 


1816-82 Maria B. (Gushing) 


1850- 


Nellie E. 34 




38 84 


41 


GOODRIDGE 


1820-84 


Oren H. 38 


1800(?)-30Mehitable 74 




Ambrose H. 88 


1809-46 


Samuel 38 


Moses 20 




Christina M. 


1825-87 


Sophronia A. 38 


1760-98 Nicholas 20 




(Moore) 88 


1777-1848 Stephen 38 85 


Sarah 48 


1843- 


Sarah C. 88 


1813-57 


Jr. 38 


1796-1871 " (Warren) 20 


GOOGINS 


1807-39 


Thomas C. 38 


GILMORE 




Anne (— ) (Higgins) 


GRAVES 




1850- Abigail M. (Batch- 




41 




Sophronia 91 


elder) (Leavitt) 34 




Harriet 41 


GRAY 




Henry 34 


1807-69 


Henrv 41 




— 33 


1830- James M. 34 


1815-88 


Mary E. (Boj-nton) 




George 136 


Sarah (Stebbins) 34 




41 




" W. 28 


GILPIN 




Rogers 41 




John 4 


1C^>;_ ArtViiir M 7Q 


GORDON 


1829-1908 


Martha 29 


18C0- Ida C. (Paxton) 79 




Anna (-) 21 




Mary (Miles) 136 


Margaret (Nelson) 
79 




Catherine (Coburn) 
86 


1846- 


" E. (Buell) 33 
Susan (Cate) 28 


Martin 79 


1781-181f 


Deborah 20 21 
George B. 89 


1672(7)- 


Welthen (Thomas) 
(Huckins) 4 


GILSON 




Hannah (Flanders) 


GREEN 




M&Tx 60 




89 




Benjamin 133 


Melvina 71 




Hiram L. 86 


1883- 


Charles M. 95 


GLASNER 




Jonathan 21 




Clarissa D. 35 


1837- Martha A. (Huck- 


1854-1910 Marilla S. 89 


1884- 


Elizabeth M. (Sul- 


ins1 (Smith) 


1872- 


Mary 86 




livan) 95 


(Eldridge) 77 


GOSS 




1811- 


Eunice (Huckins) 


1833-1908 William 0. 77 




Albert 66 




133 


GLEASON 


1866- 


Ashley J. 66 




George 101 


Luther 31 


1867- 


Helen H. (Miner) 66 


1859- 


Harriet (Huckins) 


Margaret 106 


1866- 


Jane (Northrup) 66 




94 


Mary (Eaton) 31 




Mary 87 


1885- 


Joseph J. 95 


1838- " A. 31 


GOULD 






Lucv M. 112 


GLIDDEN 




Achsah F. 68 


1886- 


Mary E. (Peavey) 


Elizabeth (Gault) 


1811- 


Charles H. 38 




95 


1880- Etta B. (Kenneson) 
(Bowes) 85 




Elizabeth K. (Col- 
by) (Griffin) 38 
Ellen 126 


1868- 


G. 101 
" P. (Bowen) 
101 


1876- Fred Woodman 85 




Elvira 124 




Rachel 95 


1849- Henry 85 
1880- rving H. 85 




Isabella (Chapman) 




Sarah A. (Mallard) 

94 


Jeremiah 85 


GOVE 






William F. 94 


Pamela D. 129 




Helen M. 42 


1849-1903 


J. 94 


1879- Rell W. (Stetson) 85 


GOWAN 




GREENLEAF 


1838- Sarah (Huckins) 85 




Frances R. 123 


1864-83 


Anna (Huckins) 87 


GLINES 

Elizabeth (Tate) 46 


GRAF 


Louisa 112 


1870-1913 


Augustus A. 87 
Florence D. 45 


1867- Fred E. 46 


GRAHAM 




Hannah J. (Lakin) 


1876- Mary J. (Neil) 46 


1844- 


Annie 129 




45 


Sarah 18 




James 129 


1835-99 


Hiram 45 


Simon D. 46 




Susan (Smith) 129 




Ida M. (-) 87 


GLOVER 


GRANT 




1842-1904 


Martha A. (Huck- 


Amanda H. 94 




Arthur 94 




ins) 45 


Jemima (Batchel- 


1883- 


Katharine M. 


1863-81 


Mary S. 45 


der) 74 




(Huckins) 94 


1861- 


Oren 87 


1817-1903 Martha 74 96 


1908- 


Marian E. 94 




Samuel 45 


Seth 74 




Mary (Jenkins) 94 


GREENWAY 


GODDARD 


1877- 


Willard E. 94 




Ann J. (RobmsoD) 


Martha 4 


GRANVILLE 




123 


GODFREY 


1818-93 


Abigail K. (Allard) 




George 123 


Abigail 20 




38 


1872- 


Kate 123 



167 



GREENWOOD 

Hezekiah 37 
1809-1901 Ira 37 
1812-73 Mary (Gibson) 37 

Nancy (Bixby) 37 
GRIFFIN 

Elizabeth K. (Col- 
by) 38 

Martha B. 103 



HALE cont'd 

1882-83 Minnie L. 128 

1800- Prudence (Huckins) 



Hannah E. 131 
GROW 

1837- Elizabeth 37 

Minerva (Lamoi 

reux) 37 
Wells E. 37 

GRUSH 

John H. 38 

1812-80 " " Jr. 38 

1818-68 Maria (Granville) 

GUDGELL 

Andrew 66 
1861- Effie E. (Lyon) 60 

1857- Louis M. 66 

Margaret ( — ) (Mil- 
ler) 66 
GUERNSEY 

1774-1846 Benjamin 20 21 
1806-75 Eliza A. (Nichols) 

20 
1805- Eunice 20 21 

1769-1825 " (Huckins) 

(GUman) 20 2 

Henry 20 

John 20 
1812-53 " W. 20 

1811-82 Mary Ann 21 



Oliv 



r 20 



Rachel (Ware) 20 
1804-73 Samuel 20 
1807-78 Sarah J. 20 
1814-86 Susan K. (Roberts) 

21 
GUILD 

George A. 84 
1873- Georgette B. 84 

Harriet S. (Rice) 84 
GUILFORD 

Samuel T. 22 
1840-1905 Selina L. 22 

Submit C. (Tenny) 
22 
GULLIVER 
1883- Alice L. 108 

Charles H. 108 

Ella A. (Fisher) 108 
GUSTIN 

Aaron 107 
1822-1900 Emily 107 

Marion (Flanders) 
107 

ETADLEY 

Elizabeth E. 50 
Julia M. (Smith) 90 
Laura 15 
Lemuel H. 90 
1849- Mary J. 90 

HADLOCK 

Chapin 96 
Elva (Smith) 96 
1886- Louise 96 

HALBERT 

Frances 128 
HALE 

1895- Alice E. 128 

1888- Clifford T. 128 

1892- Elizabeth (Fuller) 

128 
1891- " L. 128 

1883-84 Jessie P. 128 
1880- Martha E. 128 

Minerva (Brook- 
shire) 128 



91 Abigail 7 

Ann H. (Babb) 28 

Annie 77 

Benjamin 7 
1810 " Jr. 7 

76 •' 3d 7 

Charles 91 

Ebenozer 7 

Eliza 62 

Ellen (Gould) 126 
1848 Frances 7 

(Willey) 7 
83 Hannah 7 
1912 Ina H. 126 



1761- 
1862- 
1777-78 John 7 



Jonathan 7 



1772- Mary 7 

1862-96 " E. (Huckins) 

(Chamberlain) 91 

Samuel 28 
1768- Sarah 7 

1733-1821 " (Huckins) 7 
" (Rnndall) 18 

Thomas 77 

William C. 126 
HAM 

Elizabeth 83 

Jane B. 129 

John 33 
1797-1868 Mary M. (Kimball) 

Tamson L. 102 
HAMILTON 

Emma J. 107 
HAM MEL 

Dorothea 73 
HAMMER 

Minna 119 
HAMMOND 
1847-1912 Amelia A. 98 

Horace 96 

Phebe (Fenton) 96 
HANAFORD 

Abigail 13 
1847-1906 Arab R. 23 

Benjamin 13 

23 44 
1845- Caroline M. (Ward) 

23 
1 803-88 Dorcas (Huckins) 23 
1800-59 Frances 13 44 
1829-91 Lewis B. 23 
1832- Maria D. 23 

1832- Marion F. (Cady) 

23 

Mary (Wait) 13 
1833-61 " J. 23 

1807-81 Nancy (Smith) 13 

46 
1827-1903 Nathaniel P. 23 
1803-82 Peter 13 46 
1827-1906 Rachel J. 46 55 

Sarah (Wait) 23 44 



57 
Hannah 60 
James 15 
1766- Lydia 15 

1863- Nellie B. 57 

.„ nE. 50 
HARBERT 

Amelia (Withers) 

118 
Henry 118 
1881- Lucy B. 118 

HARMON 
1865-68 Amanda O. 76 

Annette (Moulton) 
117 

1862- Annie Etta 76 118 

1833- BionE. 75 118 

1838-69 Caroline G. (Huck- 
ins) 75 118 
Charles P. 117 
Dorcas 116 
Elizabeth (Durgin) 
117 
1883-1905 Grace L. (Trask) 76 
1859- John E. 75 

1812-75 Lois (Mills) (Ken- 
neson) 34 
Maria (Perkins) 35 
1866-95 Mary (Wilson) 75 
" F. (Stanley) 
75 
1871- " L. 117 

1854- Melvin A. 75 

1860-1912 Nellie (Towle) 75 
1850-99 " J. 117 

Phineas 75 
Ransom 117 
Ruth (Hopkins) 75 
1822-90 Sarah H. (Mills) 35 
1794-1869 William 34 
35 



)-55 



. 23 



1804-96 WinthropY. 23 
1832-72 Zulema (Prescott) 23 
HANCOCK 

Charles 66 
1873- Margaret 66 

Mary (Edwards) 66 
HANSON 

Caleb 57 



Jr. 33 



1825-60 
HARPER 

Ann (Folsom) 27 
1822-43 Arvilla K. 27 
1844-1906 Emma 99 
1810-32 Israel D. 27 
1781-1843 John 27 
1814-1906 " H. 27 
" S. 27 

Joseph C. 99 
1818-93 Mary D. (Prescott) 
27 

Phebe (Sanborn) 99 
1812-92 Ruth H. 27 
1785-1865 Sarah (Huckins) 27 
1813-74 " C. 27 

HAROLD 

Emery 111 
1881- Ethel 111 

Jessie (Vredenburg) 
111 
HARRIMAN 

Mary 35 

Susan 31 
HARRIS 
1876-1900 Clara 80 

Elma L. 126 

Lucinda (Hicks) 80 

Simon P. 80 
HARRISON 

Catherine (Way) 



1843- 



123 
Matilda 123 
Richard T. 123 

1843-63 Emeline (Huckins) 

71 
1859- Jano 71 

1840(?)-63 Parker 71 
HART 
HARTE 

Abigail (Smith) 20 



168 



HARTE cont'd 


HAYES cont'd 


HIGGINS rnnt'H 


1803-36 


Betsey S. 20 


Phebe (Huckins) 16 


1889- 


Elizabeth J. (Huck- 




Ethel N. 76 


Susanna 57 




ins) 90 




Ichabod 85 


HAYFORD 


1903- 


Ida Mav 90 


John 15 
1825-1900 Lucinda 85 


Elmina 70 
HAYMAN 


1830(?)-72 Melinda (Huckins) 




Mary (Webster) 15 


Frederic 89 


1878- 


Milo 90 


1830-1001 Sarah E. 15 


1892- Gertrude (Thomas) 




" J. 90 




Theodore 20 


89 


1817-1903 Richard H. 42 


HARTLEY 


Laura (Wilbur) 89 


1788-1866 Sarah 62 




Aaron 76 


Milton Ernest 89 




(Hodgkins) 
42 




Eliza (Lyons) 76 


HAZELTINE 




1848-1914 Ellis T. 76 


Rachel E. 130 




Theophilas 42 
ST 


1859- 


Luella P. (Pierce) 76 


HEATH 


HIGNIG 




Phebe 22 


1775(?)-1846 Abigail 31 






HARVEY 




1834- Benjamin C. 57 


HILEMAN 




Daniel Albert 99 


M. 57 




Benjamin F. 54 




Elizabeth (Smith) 


Hannah 45 


1867- 


Ella B. 54 




99 
Elizabeth Mary 58 


49 
Isaac 31 70 72 




Frances E. (Foster) 
54 


1858- 


Kate E. 99 


1822-1902 Judith E. 72 


HILKER 




HASELTINE 


1835- Lavina (Davis) 57 




Anna Maria 1068 




Kachel E. 130 


1832-1913 Mary 70 


HILL 




HASKINS 


Rachel (Sanborn)57 


1733-1829 Abigail (Huckins^ 8 


1869-1907 Elizabeth J^23 


Rhoda (Aldrich) 70 


1886- 


Adeline Mav 100 




Rachel J. (Fish) 23 


72 137 




Andrew N. 61 




Sarah 97 


1818-53 Tamar 70 




W. 129 




William 23 


HEDDEN 




Belle 119 


HASTINGS 


Mary C. (Dunn) 


1858- 


Charles Thomas 66 




Mary J. 55 


127 




Eliza C. (Russell) 65 


HATCH 




Thomas M. 127 


1848- 


Ella J. 129 


1833-68 


Anice J. (Huckins) 


1871-1906 Tommie V. 127 




Frank 71 


1816-87 


(Lyon) 65 
Chauncey 64 65 


HEDGES 

Naomi 80 


1818-92 


Hannah (Dow) 28 
A. 61 


1826-88 


Matilda J. (Huck- 


HEINTZ 


1868- 


Harriet 81 


HAUCK 


ins) 64 


Margaret (Thill) 65 
1859- Paul 65 




Henry H. 81 
Irene J 23 


1891- 


Elizabeth L. (Hale) 


Peter 65 


1756(?)- 


James 8 




128 


1863-1914 Rose B. (Roberts) 




John 5 


1886- 


Frank 128 


65 


1772- 


" 8 




John 128 


HELMER 




100 




Monica (Schneider) 


Ann Jane 81 




Joseph 100 




128 


HEMENWAY 




Joshua 71 


HAWKINS 


Asenath 43 




Laura (Kimball) 


1894- 


Blanche G. 98 


HEMSTREET 




100 




Dudley 39 


Mary 80 


1848- 


" C. 100 


1830- 


Eliza Jane (— ) 19 


HENDERSON 




Lvdia (Doe) 83 




Elizabeth Jane 55 


1844- Andrew P. 60 


1847-1905 


Maria R. (Huckins) 




Francis 39 


1825-96 Eliza (Huckins) 59 




71 




George G. 24 


Plummer 59 


1856- 


Martha E. 65 


1857- 


" H. 24 98 


HENDRICKS 




Mary 81 

" (Holt) 66 


1833-1908 


Hosea F. 39 


HENDRIX 






Jacob 19 

Mary (Sturtevant) 


Caren A. 108 
Eliza A. 35 




" (Thompson) 8 
" A. 28 




39 


HERBERT 




S. (Boody) 
100 


1859- 


" N. (Plaisted) 


James 70 






(Blake) 24 98 


Lucinda (Pierce) 70 


1800-47 


Nancy 83 


1823-1904 


Melvina 39 


1866- Lucy 70 


1862- 


" C. (Lyon) 66 


1833-74 


Sarah A. B. (Mud- 


HERON 




Pamela D. (Glid- 




gett) 39 


1767-1849 Mary Jane 29 




den) 129 




Sophronia (Piper) 39 


HERRICK 




Patience 70 




Susan (Richardson) 


Daniel 30 




Samuel 8 




24 


Nareissa (— ) 30 




28 


HAWLEY 




1830-91 Sarah S. 30 




83 




Amy (Barley) 108 


HESSIAN 


1720- 


Jr. 8 


1880- 


Edward J. 108 


Helen (Burke) 92 




M. 65 


1884- 


Eva F. (Huckins) 


John 92 




Sarah 81 




108 


1865-1909 Mary 92 




(Ellison) 


1874- 


Harry 63 


HEWITT 




(Runnells) 5 




John Henry 63 


Collins Anson 110 




" (Leighton) 61 




Samuel 108 


Martha (Moore) 110 




(Thompson) 




Sarah (Brown) 63 


1845-1911 Mary V. 110 






1876- 


•' B. (Davis) 63 


HICKS 




Sinn fifi 




Winifred 120 


Lucinda 80 


HILLIARD 


EAYES 




HIDDEN 


1872- 


Alice E. (Clark) 55 




— (Huckins) 32 
Chauncey E. 129 
Ebenezer 16 


Elizabeth 40 
HIEFNER 

Elizabeth 63 


1873- 


Elizabeth J. (Haw- 
kins) 55 
George 55 
Orrin SS 




Eliza (Drew) 60 


HIGGINS 


HILLIKER 




Elizabeth 59 


— 76 




Almira (Smith) 121 


1877- 


Emma E. 60 


Ann (-) 41 


1867- 


Armina (Huckins) 




George 60 


1827-94 " W. (Boynton) 




121 


1862- 


Mary H. (Dealand) 


42 


1887- 


Belle 121 




129 


Eliza A. (Hunt) 90 




Benjamin 121 



169 



HILLIKER cont'd 

1861- Benjamin Jr. 121 

1906- Edna Pearl 121 

HILLS 

Clara Lavina 127 
HILTON 

Nancy Elizabeth 
128 
HILTZ 
1869- Andrew 92 

Eliza (Corkum) 92 
1874- Rose (Wheeler) 92 

William 92 
HISCOCK 
1889- Madge Hadden 126 

Mary E. (Branton) 
127 

Nathaniel 127 
HISON 

Elizabeth F. 110 
HOADLEY 
1808-95 Benjamin 36 

Jonathan 36 

Lydia (Jaquith) 
1817-85 Martha (Gallup) 36 
KOBBS 

1893- Burton Franklinll2 

1863-99 Frank W. 112 
1865- Lizzie L. (Huckins) 

112 



HOLMES cont'd 

Lena (Smith) 58 
Mary E. (Bennett) 



Mary E. (Flynn) 
lir 



Moses 112 
HODGDON 

Lydia 100 

Martha A. 99 

Mary 5 

Sarah 71 
HODGE 

Apphia (Wella) 45 
1819-1902 Salvi 



Soloi 



Q 45 



1822-95 Matilda 41 

Nathan 41 

Sarah 42 
HODGSON 
1846- Elizabeth A. (Dow) 

25 

Ellis 25 
1842-1906 Samuel 25 

Sarah (Lassey) 25 
HODSDON 

Margaret 85 
HOFF 

Charles 52 
1886- Gladys J. (Everett) 

52 

Harriet (Holmes) 52 
1886- Robert 52 

HOLCOMB 
1837-1900 Joel Boen 65 
1858- Mary E. (Lyon) 65 

Missouri (Boen) 65 

Stephen 65 

Terry 138 
HOLLAND 
1881- Clyde 92 

Henry 92 

Lois (Finlay) 92 
1879- Lulu (Wheeler) 92 

HOLLISTER 
1865-94 Arthur 124 
1890- Leo 124 

1868- Mary E. (Huckins) 

124 

Matilda (Burch)124 

Norton 124 
1888- Pearl 124 

HOLMES 

Angelette 101 

Harriet 52 
1860- Jane 58 



1864- 



46 

Minnie Grace 46 

Nathaniel H. 46 

William 58 
HOLT 
1860- Asa 52 

Elizabeth 26 

Hannah 56 
1835-1913 Joseph 52 

Mary 66 
1860- " S. (Huckins) 

52 

Olive (Rowe) 52 
HOMANS 

Arthur L. 95 
1875- Gertrude Evelyn 95 

Mary M. (Savage) 



HOPKINS 



95 
61 



Emm 
Ruth 75 
HORGAN 

Catherine 80 
HORN 

1816(?)- James M. 13 
1816(?)- Judith (Smith) 13 

Lucinda 97 
HOSMER 

1855- Ada E. 60 
Elizabeth (Stilea) 6 
Franklin 60 

HOUGH 

Margaret 52 
HOUSE 

Emma (White)^ 108 

1880- Mary 108 

HOWARD 
1843-1904 Abigail H. (Pike) 24 
25 

Anna E. 26 

Jane 72 

John 24 

Maria 45 
1842-1911 Samuel A. 24 25 

Sarah (Anderson) 24 

1856- " E. (Pike) 
(Huckins) (Merrill) 25 

HOWD 

(Johnson) 106 



IS£ 



5 106 



1829- Julia C. 106 

HOWE 

Caroline M. (Ab- 
bott) 26 
1852-1903 Clara E. 93 

David 93 
1873- Delia D. (Crosland) 

(Huckins) 134 
Hannah 27 
48 
Harley H. 134 
1854- Ida M. 26 

Jesse B. 26 
Mary (Sinclair) 93 
HOWELL 

Martha E. 40 
HOWLAND 
1861-1904 Amy D. 95 
Harriet 86 
Julia (Jackman) 95 
Moody 95 
HOYT 

1883- Albertine M. (Huck- 

ins) 94 
Caroline 56 
1846- Emma F. (Bryant) 

(Dow) 25 
Drummond 



HOYT cont'd 

1908- Norma lola 94 

1881- Norman 94 

Reuben G. 25 
HUBBARD 

Ansel 136 
1804- Eliza (Ward) 136 

Elizabeth 30 

Judith (Magoon) 12 

Moses 12 
1805-48 Susan R. 12 
HUBBELL 
1815-61 David 36 
1815-87 Rebecca (Gallup) 36 
HUBER 
1875- Adah A. 44 

Elizabeth J. (Irwin) 
44 

William H. 44 



Nancy E. (Hilton) 

128 
Stephen 128 
HUMPHNER 

Angeline 71 
HUNONG 

Anna 16 26 27 
HUNT 
1872- Abigail L. (Cav- 

erly) 48 
1877- Augusta B. (Huck- 

ins) 102 
1841-1900 Catherine B. (Huck- 
ins) 47 
Charles 102 

1876- Chester 48 
Deborah 46 

(Taylor) 47 

Eliza A. 90 

Emma (Dustin) 102 
1880- " G. (Pills- 

bury) 48 
1867- Frederick T. 102 

1871- George A. 48 

1833-75 " W. 47 

1874- John M. 48 

1869-70 Julia Etta 48 

Margaret 77 

1877- Mary B. (Palmer) 

48 



Eliz; 



79 



Hannah 12 
HUNTRESS 

Cora 54 

Nancy A. 15 
HUNTSINGER 
1889- Ruth Cook 121 

Samuel K. 121 

Sarah C. (Mills) 121 
HURD 

1825-91 David T. 41 117 
1863- Emma F. 117 

Eunice (Libby) 41 

Jacob 41 

Lydia 87 
1832-1906 Nancy H. (Jenness) 

41 117 129 
HUSE 
1822-43 Arvilla K. (Harper) 



1814-e 



27 



r 27 



94 
Lavina P. (Fickett) 



Elizabeth (Straw) 
27 
1876- Frederic James 108 

George 108 
1881-1905 Grace Belle (Huck- 
ins) 108 
Jane 108 
John 27 
Lydia (Kemp) 108 



170 



HUSSEY cont'd 

Eliza 104 
1740-1819 Elizabeth 6 

(Robin- 
son) (Tibbetts) 6 
1845- John W. 73 

Joseph 6 

Martha (Jacobs) 73 
1877- Myra E. (Clement) 

73 

Richard 6 
HUTCHINS 
1816-1906 Abigail (Huckins) 

26 
1852- Caroline W. 97 

1856- Charles F. 26 

David 26 

Elizabeth (Holt) 26 
1837-60 Ellis J. 26 
1810-79 Frye 26 
1841- George W. 26 

1843- Georgia (McAlister) 

26 
1854- Ida M. (Howe) 26 

Lucinda (Horn) 97 

William 97 
HUYCK 

1868- Anna (Marsh) 79 
Charles M. 79 

1859- Henry C. 79 

Mary R. (Root) 79 

INGALLS 

1826- Amanda J. 29 86 

Dorothy (Sanborn) 

1811-86 Elizabeth C. 49 
Gilman 29 
Hannah (Heath) 49 
Josiah E. 39 

1827-1909 " S. 39 

1829-1909 Laura L. (Mudgett) 

Sarah (Roberts) 29 

Satchel C. 49 
INNES 

Archelaus 12 
1817-83 Eleanor S. 12 

Elizabeth (Cotton) 
12 
INSLEE 

1869- Edith M. 76 
Edward 76 
Lodemia (Walker) 



IRISH 



Alai 



1 70 



1863- Janette 70 

Mary A. (Force) 70 
IRWIN 

Elizabeth J. 44 
IRVING 

Letitia 64 65 
ISHAM 

Lucre tia 73 
JACKMAN 

Julia 95 

Nancy 31 
JACKSON 



Eli 



- 34 



a (-) 49 



Esther 34 
1842-81 Eva 49 

Hannah S. 93 



Hir; 



a 49 



Mary (— ) 

" B. 42 

1708- Meribah 8 

1736- Sarah (Jordan) 6 

1735(7)- Solomon 6 

Walter 8 

William 8 
JACOB 

Elizabeth (Hub- 
bard) 30 



JACOB cont'd 
1806-82 Jason K. 30 
1820-83 Sarah (Thompson) 
30 
Udney H. 30 
JACOBS 

Hannah 21 
Martha 73 
Ruby 103 
JAMES 

1845-1902 Amos D. 22 
Edward 72 

N. 72 
1795-1877 Hannah (Bickford) 

61 
1874-1902 Lillian E. (Edwards) 
72 
Phebe (Hartley) 22 
Samuel 22 
Susan L. (Boynton) 
22 



:845- 



JAMESON 

Mary (Blair) 122 
1880- " R. S. (Mc- 

Coy) 122 

Robert H. 122 
1870- William A. 122 

JAQUITH 

Lydia 36 
JENKINS 

1842- Anna M. (Watson) 

35 



Nancy B. (Smith) 
35 
1840- Silas 35 

Thomas R. 35 
JENNESS 

— (Prescott) 40 
1806-79 Benning W. 61 
1829- Charles W. 41 

Deborah (Sanborn) 
61 
1824-88 Diantha E. 41 
1826-75 Eliza A. (Quint) 41 
Elizabeth (Thomp- 
son) 41 
1787-1851 Hannah (Huckins) 
(Gilman) 40 129 
1822-26 " J. 41 

1826-59 Ira H. 41 
1820-1900 Joshua 41 
1766-1823 Mary 19 40 
1817-21 " A. 41 

1819-93 " E. 41 

1839- Myra J. (Wood- 

man) 61 
1832-1906 Nancy H. 41 117 
129 



1790-1865 " Jr. 40 129 
1820-21 " L. 41 

Sarah 28 
Thomas 61 



Abigail 47 

Amy 58 

Catherine (Sinclair) 
129 

Mark 129 
1824-96 Nancy 129 
JEWETT 

1832-97 Asbury C. 40 
1825(?)-70 Caroline (Frazer) 40 
1840-1900 Catherine B. (Red- 
man) 40 

Elizabeth (Hidden) 



JEWETT cont'd 

Epps 40 
1830- John A. 40 

1824-65 Joseph 40 
1826-1905 Mary E. (Bridg- 

man) 40 
1837- " J. (Boylan) 40 

Rhoda 68 
1797-1861 Samuel 40 
1826-82 " A. W. 40 

1851- Sarah E. (Cox) 40 

1799-1861 Sophronia (Huck- 
ins) 40 
1834-95 Susan M. (Redman) 

40 
1834-42 Wilbur F. 40 
1836- William O. L. 40 

JOHNSON 
1831-1902 Ann M. 85 

Anna 106 

Annie 129 



85 
Fred 87 

Hannah (Hunting- 
ton) 12 
Harriet (Willard) 58 
Haynes C. 58 
Hester A. 44 
1856- Ida M. (Carlton) 

58 
John 10 

Jonathan C. 133 
1816-63 " H. 12 

Joseph 71 
85 

G. 15 
1848-88 Juliette R. 50 
1876- Laura R. (Webb) 

(Huckins) 87 
1829-1904 Lavilla E. (Wood- 
man) 15 
1869- Lotta J. 71 

Lucretia (Patten) 71 
Mary 37 
Moses 12 
1815-1909 Nancy H. (Mud- 
gett) 12 
1805(?)- Rosanna (Huckins) 

1791- Sarah (Plaisted) 19 

1790(?)- Simeon 19 

Susan E. (Hanson) 
50 

Susanna (— ) (Pi- 
per) (Huckins) 10 

William P. 50 
JOHNSTON 

Roxanna M. 56 98 
JONES 
1842- Alonzo 56 

Charles W. 78 

Eliza (Wedgwood) 
59 
1856-76 Elmira (Huckins)56 

Emma J. (Hamil- 
ton) 107 
1914- Flora E. 107 

George 78 
1853-1906 Himes 56 

Jane 133 

John L. 107 
1875- " " Jr. 107 

Joseph 134 

Laura (Mallory) 78 
1832- " W. 134 

Lydia L. (Convera) 
134 



171 



107 
JORDAN 

1733- Abigail 6 

1729- Edmund 6 

1731- Hannah 6 

Jedediah 6 



116 

1743- Margery 6 
Ootavia W. 31 

1737- Olive 6 

1741- Rachel 6 

1709(?)- " (Huckins) 6 

1704- Robert 6 

1728- " Jr. 6 

1730(?)- Samuel 6 

1736- Sarah 6 

" 81 
1739- Temperence 6 

1744- Welthen 6 
JOSLIN 

1841- Eliza K. (Keyes) 13 

Leonard H. 13 

JUDD 

Amanda 136 

KEINATH 

Elizabeth 53 
KELLOGG 

Calista 65 
Charlea M. 40 
1837- Mary T. (Boylan) 

(Jewett) 40 

1828-54 Abiah (Huckins) 63 
1824-49 Abigail (Huckins) 
25 

Amanda S. (Bar- 
ron) 63 

Benjamin 17 

Daniel 25 
1823-49 " C. 25 

Elizabeth (— ) 63 

E. (Had- 
ley) 30 

George 63 

Hannah (Whitaker) 
18 

Holdrich 18 
1806-86 Joseph 63 

Lois 19 
1846-48 Lydia 63 
1733-91 Mary 18 
1819-88 Oscar 64 

Roger 18 
" Jr. 18 

Samuel 86 
1876- Sarah 86 

" (-) 25 
'• (Shaw) 86 
1807-67 Sophia S. 50 
1851- Virgil 64 

Wyzeman 50 
KELLUM 

Amanda 115 
KELSEY 

Betsey ( — ) 20 
KEMP 

Lydia IDS 
KENDALL 

Sarah E. 113 
KENNARD 
1881- Agnes Frost 117 

Charles 117 

Lucy (Lord) 117 
KENNETT 

Anna 38 

John 38 

Lucinda 38 

Sarah (Tuttle) 38 



KENNISON 
KENESON 
KENISTON 

— (Jackson) 34 
1780(?)- Bradbury 19 
1880- Etta B. 85 

Jane (Varney) 85 

John 34 

Joseph 85 
1782- Judith (Plaisted) 19 

1812-75 Loi? (Mills) 34 

Margaret 42 
1810-32 Stephen J. 34 
KEPLINGER 

Genevieve 131 
KEYES 
1841- Eliza K. 13 

Marcia (Roys) 13 

Simon 13 
KIMBALL 
1869-1905 Alice M. 58 

1872- Amos H. 104 

1873- Bernice H. (Huck- 

ins) 104 
1844- Charles H. 31 

Lafayette 
30 
1899- Dorothy E. 104 

Elizabeth 34 

(Smith) 
30 
1840-1908 Ellen F. (Berry) 31 
Emma L. 34 
Frances 20 
Francis N. 31 
Hannah 130 



Hir 



1 58 



James V. 104 
Jane 73 
John 33 
Joseph 30 
Laura 100 
1897- Marion G. 104 

Mary (Chamber- 
lain) 58 
" A. (Parshley) 



Oliv 



35 



1900- Robert 

Sarah 104 

(Moulton) 33 
KIMPTON 

Alonzo 108 
1839- Ezma Irene (Huck- 

ins) 108 

Mary (Ashton) 108 
1890- Sherwood 108 

KING 

Benjamin Trussell 
116 

Delia (Gilbert) 116 
1847- Laura 116 

KINNEY 
1859-75 Caroline 108 

Emeline (Yetter) 
106 

John 106 
KIRKPATRICK 

Cornelia B. (Gibbs) 
109 
1872- Edna (Acker) 109 

1868- Frank N. 109 

William I. 109 
KNIGHT 

Lydia H. 66 
KNOWLES 

Emma 57 
KNOWLTON 
1S30-97 Alonzo Frank 58 

Emmarette E. 55 
1828-93 Hannah B. (Huck- 
ins) 58 
1859-86 Herbert C. 48 



KNOWLTON cont'd 

John 48 

Jonathan 58 

Lydia (Palmer) 58 
1854- MaryA. (Fifield) 58 

1864- Menta B. (Gale) 48 

Rachel (Batchelder) 
48 
1856-1906 Walter F. 58 
KNOX 
1836-65 Olive 35 

" (Kimball) 35 

Samuel 35 
KOCH 

Albert 127 
1872- Edmund J. 127 

Hedwig (Miller) 127 

1880- LillieB. (Smith) 127 
JHJENSTER 

1867- Albert 116 

Christine (Berg- 

hoff) 116 
Herman 116 
1908- Lillian M. 116 

1883- Martha E. (Huck- 

ins) 116 

LADD 

Lucy A. 89 
LAKIN 

Hannah J. 45 
LALANDE 

Adolphe 98 

1881- Henry H. 98 
1887- Winnie L. (Huck- 
ins) 98 

Zulema (Vall6) 98 
LAMB 
1805- Adeline 63 

Samuel 63 

Sarah (Baker) 63 
LAMOUREUX 

Minerva 37 
LAMPREY 

Celinda C. (Trua- 
sell) 43 
1824-91 Clara (Fisher) 39 

Ella S. 43 

George W. 43 

Reuben 39 
LANE 

Hannah 68 

Lucinda 99 
LANG 

Alfred 22 
1847- Anna M. (Boynton) 

22 

Augusta C. 93 

Bridget W. 91 

Lucy 21 

Susan E. (Burley) 
22 
1847- William A. 22 

LANGLEY 

Deborah 14 26 
1728- Hannah (Runnells) 5 

1728(?)- Samuel 5 
LARGE 

Eleanor 127 
LASSEY 

Sarah 25 
LAW 

Martha 110 
LAWLER 

Catherine 122 
LAWRENCE 

Andrew 121. 

Esther 125 

Mary (Abbott) 121 
1835-1909 " Ann 121 

Sarah P. 88 
LEA 
LEE 

1876- Annie P. (Blaisdell) 

73 



172 



LEE cont d 


LIBBY CO 


nt'd 


LOWERY cont'd 




Emma F. 49 


1887- 


Menta Belle 49 




Catherine (Pierson) 




Jane (Kimball) 73 


1854-1903 


Rebecca J. (Huck- 




44 




Joseph 73 




ins) 49 


1870-1904 


Edwin E. 44 




Josette 78 




Sarah (Coleman) 18 


1876- 


Ellen (Bullough) 44 




Mary H. 109 


1807-70 


Susan (Mills) 34 


1866- 


George 44 




Minnie 108 


1783-1858 


Tobias 18 34 


1861-79 


Ida 44 


1866- 


Walter S. 73 


1866-88 


Walter B. 82 


1863-64 


Kate 44 


LEAGUE 






William 83 


1864- 


Marie K. (Luthe) 44 




Charles 63 


1853-98 


G. 82 


1856-56 


Mary 44 


1876- 


Daisy 63 


LINCOLN 




1831-56 


" (Huckins) 44 




Nellie (Ball) 63 




Almira 63 


1833-1908 


Melinda (Euckins) 


LEAVITT 






Eliza 30 




44 


1850- 


Abigail M. (Batch- 


LINDSAY 




1829-1905 Thomas 44 




elder) 34 




Charles 68 


1856-56 


Jr. 44 




E. H. (— ) 34 


1859-94 


" Jr. 68 


1873- 


" 44 


1842-73 


Henry T. 34 


1861-1904 


Cora B. (Spalding) 




William 44 




J. W. 34 




68 


1859- 


P. 44 




Olive 84 




Louisa (Robinson) 


LOWREY 






Susanna 100 




68 


1849- 


Frances 125 


LEEMAN 




LIONBERGER 




(Rachel) 




Amelia A. (Whit- 




Esther (Burner) 30 




125 




more) 106 




Joseph 30 




William 125 




Cyrus P. 106 


1818-86 


•■ Jr. 30 


LUCAS 




1879- 


Josephine (Fisher) 


1825-91 


Mahala E. (Thomp- 




— 15 




106 




son) 30 


1747- 


Rebecca (Huckins) 


1860-82 


Kate 106 


LITTANY 






15 


1882- 


Paul J. 106 




Margaret E. 93 


LUMB 




LEET 




LITTLE 






— 35 


1870-89 


Abigail 58 




Almena 50 


1822-1900 


Clarissa A. (Mills) 




Amy (Jewell) 58 


LITTLEFIELD 




35 




Charles 58 




Elma L. (Harris) 


LUTHE 




LEFLER 






126 




Dorothea (Shackel) 




Emma 138 


1888- 


Hazel J. 126 




44 


LEGRAND 




Herbert J. 126 




John C. H. 44 


1880- 


Martha E. (Robin- 


LOCKE 




1864- 


Marie Carcnce 44 




son) 66 138 




Abigail 71 


LUTZ 






Orlando 66 138 




Lucy (Gate) 59 




Augusta 68 


LEGROS 




1795-1871 


Marv 59 


LYFORD 




1805- 


Eunice (Guernsey) 




Samuel 59 


1841-95 


Alonzo 69 




(Seward) 20 


LONG 






Annie May 69 




John 20 




Annie 33 


1874- 


Arthur Elger 69 


LEIGHTON 


LONGNECKER 


1850- 


Charlotte (Huckine) 




Lula 92 




Anna M. (Hilker) 




69 




Sarah 61 




106 


1878- 


George N. 69 


LESTER 






Ernest 106 


1886- 


Grace (Standish) 69 


1831-94 


Sarah E. (Bran- 


1887- 


Evelyn 106 


1883- 


Guy A. 69 




scorn) 34 


LOOKABADGH 


1881- 


Maud Alice 69 


LEVERETT 




Adam 63 




Nathaniel 69 


1826-1909 


Maria 42 


1868- 


" Frederic 63 


1887- 


Ned Everett 69 




Mary B. (Jackson) 


1858-1909 


Clementine D. (Pit- 


1891- 


Ralph E. 69 




42 




tam) 63 




Susan 69 


1833-99 


Susan 42 




Elizabeth (Hiefner) 




(Rogers) 69 




William 42 




63 


1879- 


William L. 69 


LEWIS 




LORD 




LYMAN 






JohnB. 119 




George W. 6 
John N. 118 




George D. 104 


1850-1904 


Mary A. (Robson) 






Hannah (Plummer) 




79 
Rhoda (Thompson) 


1830-79 


Lucy 117 
Mary Pease 118 


1852- 


104 
Harry S. 104 




119 
Thomas 79 




Nancy (Gushing) 
118 


1864- 


Laura G. (Euckins) 
104 


1876- 


Zella 119 




LYON 




LIBBY 




LOUDEN 




1833-68 


Anice J. (Huckins) 


1788(?)-68 Abigail (Randall) 18 




Nellie (Nesbitt) 107 




65 




34 


1895- 


Rena May 107 


1861- 


Effie Estella 66 


1830-1907 


Amelia A. (Huck- 




Sidney J. 107 




George H. 56 




ins) 82 


LOUGEE 




1856-1912 


Ida M. (Tuttle) 56 


1849-85 


Edward Lewis 82 




Nancy 99 




John 65 


1827-73 


Watson 82 


LOUGHRiuiiis 




Mary (Smith) 65 


1877-1911 


Elizabeth (Simonds) 
82 
A. 49 


Mary 79 
LOVELAND 

Abigail M. 132 


1858- 
1862- 


" Eliza 65 
Nancy C. 66 
Noah F. 65 




Emily C. (Mason) 




Elizabeth A. 48 


1864-66 


" " B. 66 




(Foye) 82 




Mary 87 




Rebecca F. 36 




Eunice 41 


LOVERING 


LYONS 






Eva (Sinclair) 49 
Ezra B. 49 


LOWD 


Susan ib 




Eliza 76 


1842- 


Frances A. (Ayers) 


1841- 


Abigail (Huckins) 


McAFEE 






83 




53 




EliiBheth 124 


1851- 


Horatio K. 49 


1831-1909 


Edward B. 53 


McALISTER 


1839-1911 


Smith 83 




Joseph 53 




Agnes 131 




Isaac 18 




Mary (WiUoughby) 


1843- 


Georgia 26 




Jacob George 82 




53 




John 128 


1806-65 


John M. 34 


LOWERY 






Jane B. (Bodwell) 




Martha (Smith) 83 


1866-1907 Barbara (Etter) 44 




26 



McALISTER cont'd 

1886- Maud 128 

Richard B. 26 
Rebecca Wishon 128 

McBRIDE 

Sarah 115 

McCarthy 

- 75 
McCLURE 

Joanna 133 

Mccormick 

Edward 47 
Eliza (McGee) 47 
1860- Margaret R. 47 

McCOY 
1893- Arthur G. H. 122 

Elizabeth J. (Scott) 

122 
Harriet M. (Arm- 
strong) 122 
Janet 50 
John 122 
1883- " O. H. 122 

1848- Joseph 122 

1892- " L. C. 122 

1859- Mary Helen (Huck- 

ins) 122 
1880- Mary R. S. 122 

1887- Nora Myrtle 122 

McCRDLLIS 

1838- Amanda (Plaisted) 

15 
Benjamin 15 
1835(?)-1901 Hiram 15 

Nancy A. (Hunt- 
ress) 15 
McDANIELS 
1820-1909 Alberto A. 41 
Charles 41 
Foster 35 
1819-93 Mary E. (Jenness) 
41 
Sarah (Brewster) 41 
H. (Mills) 
(Harmon) 35 

McDonald 

John 111 
1850(?)- Kate 111 

McDOUGALL ~ 

1825(?)- James B. 37 
1826-97 Jane (Gibson) 37 
McDUFFEE 

Abigail (Palmer) 
103 
1858- Frank P. 103 

1858- Hannah E. 

(Huckins) (Berry) 
(Peavey) 103 

James 103 
McEWAN 
1875- Adelaide N. (Weeks) 

52 
1872- Frank W. 52 

Joseph 52 

Margaret (Hough) 

McFARLAND 

1859-1909 Anna 113 

Virginia (Donolson) 
113 

William 113 
McGEE 

Eliza 47 
McGILL 

— (Giles) 136 
1820-95 Adeline C. (Ward) 

1823-95 Almon A. 136 
John 136 

McGINLEY 

James T. 86 
Jennie (Raleigh) 86 

1882-1903 Kathleen G. 86 



1851- 



173 



Mary F. (Wright) 



William 44 
1849- Zachariah T. 44 

MCGREGOR 

Janet 46 
McILREEVY 

James 120 

1846- Jane 120 
Winifred (Hawley) 

120 
McINNES 

Dorcas E. 117 
McINTIRE 

Rose L. 98 
McKAY 

Catherine 68 

Elizabeth 63 
McKENNEY 
1735(?)- Jacob 6 
1739- Temperance (Jor 

dan) 6 
McKINLEY 

1847- Anna M. (Bovnton) 
(Lang) (Engard) 22 

1844-1908 Edward 22 

Elizabeth (Van der 
Hoven) 22 
James 22 
McLANE 
McLEAN 

(Fallis) 79 



Jam 



i 79 



1849-1913 " Jr. 79 

1863- Leonora (Marsh) 79 

1831-95 Mary Jane Reid 121 
" (Reid) 121 

McLaughlin 

Pauline 52 
McMARTIN 

Anginette (Sibly) 

124 
Ettie 124 
Peter 124 

McMillan 

Catherine 23 

John 52 

Laura A. (Doty) 52 
1844-75 Lydia E. 52 

Mary 79 
McNANLEY 

Daniel 117 

Katharine (Donnel- 
ly) 117 
1883- " V. 117 

McNEIL 

Susanna 31 
McNICHOL 
1903- Alice 111 

1875- Frances A. (Huck- 

ins) 111 
1864- James 111 

John 111 



McWILLIAMS cont'd 
1888- Eva B. (Dunn) 71 

James 71 
1869- Joseph Henry 71 

MADDEN 
1817-91 Abram 78 

Adeline (Chappelle) 
78 

Amy 124 
1869- Ella (Bayne) 78 

1845- Emily H. 78 

1857- Gebrgianna A. (Map- 

tin) 78 
1861-86 Harriet 78 

Hester (— ) 78 

James 78 
1848- •' Joseph 78 

Jane 125 
1853-1901 Mary (English) 78 
1859-84 " Eliza 78 

1850-80 Noah 78 

1856- Robert Marshall 78 
1824-77 Sarah (Huckins) 78 

1857- Thomas H. 78 
MAGOON 

Harriet L. 13 

Judith 12 
1774-1822 Rebecca 22 

Stephen 13 
MAGRANE 

Mary 95 
MAHAR 

Mary (Prendergast) 

1875- Monica 86 

Patrick 86 
MALLARD 

Sarah A. 94 
MALLENDER 
1880- John 112 

1865- Lizzie L. (Huckins) 

(Hobbs) 112 

Mary (Taylor) 112 

Thomas 112 
MALLORY 

Laura 78 
MANAHAN 

Ellen J. 31 

John 31 



Wini 



3 31 



MANDIGO 

Julie 107 

Phoebe 107 
MANNING 

Anne M. 100 
1880- Asahel 97 

1878- Cora M.' (Huckins) 



97 



Nor 



111 



Sarah (Wright) 111 
McOMBER 
1827-64 Charilla 37 

Eliza (Acker) 37 

Joi^eph 37 

Mcpherson 

Angus 78 

Emily (Derby) 78 
1845- " H. (Madden) 

78 
1837-1910 William H. 78 
McWAIN 

Amy (Madden) 124 

Mark 124 
1835-1905 Viletta 124 
McWILLL^MS 

Anne (Coveny) 71 



MARBLE 

Helen 117 
MARDEN 

Blanche (Farns- 

worth) 95 
Charles H. 95 
1812-81 Eliza E. (Huckins) 



31 



1886- Pauline 95 

1810(?)-34 Samuel 31 

1834-1900 William C. 31 

MARSH 

1851- Adoniram J. 79 

1868- Anna 79 

1826-99 Charles 79 

Eliza (Huntington) 
79 
1868- Ella B. (Woolhiscr) 



174 



MARSH cont'd ' 

1881-61 Israel 79 
1863- Leonora 79 

1854-85 Margaret J. (Rob- 
son) 79 

Mary 79 
1850-1904 " A. (Robson) 

(Lew-ia) 79 
1849-63 Noah 79 
1857- Sarah 79 

1885- Thomas Charles 79 

MARSHALL 
1852- Alice F. (Farrar) 83 

Anna (Morse) 82 
1850- Annie E. 83 

Benjamin 82 
1849- " 83 

1809-94 Drury M. 82 
1844-94 Emily F. 83 
1845- Florence 83 

1852- Julia 83 

Margaret T. 43 
1816-1905 Mary A. D. (Huck- 
ins) 82 

Peter Benjamin 83 



Moi 



; 83 



Sarah 78 
MARSTON 

1875- Ada E. 129 

1873- Celia E. 129 

1835- Ellen J. (iManahan) 



30 

Haven 51 
1856-80 Ida (Huckins) 129 

Jeremiah 30 
1851-1907 John F. 129 
1827-1909 Mahala J. 51 

Tryphena (Ray) 61 

Wyatt 129 
MARTIN 

Aaron 12 
1812-61 " Jr. 12 

Dinah (Aldrich) 12 
1820(7)-1901 Eliza J. 12 

Eva M. (Bacon) 73 

George W. 73 
1857- Georgiana A. 78 

1803-74 Lydia (Wallace) 12 

Philip 78 
1881- Rose CClement) 73 

Sarah (Wilson) 78 
1880- Willis E. 73 

MASON 

Catherine 66 

Elizabeth 85 

Emeline (Needham) 
82 

Emily C. 82 

Hannah 135 

Richard C. 82 
MATHES 

Ann (Whitcher) 18 
1779-1866 Lydia 18 

Gideon 18 
MATTISON 
1860- Agnes E. (Smith) 77 

Daniel H. 77 
1856- Edwin 77 

Lucy A. (South- 
worth) 77 
MAX 

David 128 
1886- Elias Sherman 128 

Isabella (Ream) 128 
1880- Martha E. (Hale) 

128 
MAY 

John 42 
1851- Margaret 42 

Mary (Bell) 42 

Sarah O. 113 



MEAD 

Hannah 135 

(Howe) 27 
John 27 
1810-80 " Lvman 27 

1813-74 Sarah C. (Harper) 

27 
MEADER 
MEDER 

Abigail M. (Love 

land) 132 

1823-73 Elizabeth Ann 118 

1846-94 Georgie Elizabeth 

132 



MEEHAN 
MEIER 
MELOON 
MERCER 



Zella L. (Huckins) 
72 



Catherine 61 
Laura 102 
Elizabeth 20 



Emma F. (Reese) 72 
1878- Harriet 72 

Wilbur F. 72 
MERRILL 

Abigail 75 
1837-1915 Almira A. (Huckins) 
73 

Charles 70 
1862- " Jr. 70 

Clarissa (Wyatt) 73 

Daniel 84 

David 73 

Deborah (Bagley) 
70 

Emeline (French) 25 
1850- Etta 84 

1850(?)-I902 Frank 25 

George 25 



1888- Harriet (Bradbury) 

70 
1859- Jane (Huckins) 70 

1820-1904 Maria (Gibson) 37 
1849-94 Martha C. 49 
Mary 47 

Nancy (Page) 37 
1888- Olin Lee 70 

1811-90 Piatt 37 
1830(?)-76 Praxo 109 
Priscilla 20 
Rebecca W. (Brad- 
bury) 84 
1840-63 Rockwood G. 73 
Sarah (Clough) 49 
" (Glines) 18 
" E. (Pike) 

(Huckins) 25 
Simeon 37 
True 49 
1832(?)-94 Valeria 109 
1875- Viola V. (Evans) 

(Huckins) 49 
MERROW 

Edward T. 117 
1882- JaneT. 117 

Nancy T. (Barker) 
117 
MESERVE 

1839-1906 Abigail F. 34 
Clement 34 
Mary (Swett) 34 
MESSER 

Lucy A. 30 
1872- Mary R. (Roberts) 

109 
MEWERS 

1812-81 Eliza E. (Huckins) 
(Marden) 31 
Luke 31 



110 
James 110 

1856- Mary E. 110 

MILES 

Mary 136 

MILLER 

Benjamin 121 

1858- Eva 121 

Hedwig 127 
Margaret (— ) 66 
Mary 64 

122 



Sarah 42 
MILLS 
1786-1823 Abigail (Huckins) 



1839-1906 
1819-J 



F. (Mes 
34 



■e) 



H. 34 118 
Catherine (Sher- 
man) 34 
1827-1900 Clarissa A. 34 
Day 131 

Esther (Jackson) 34 
Hannah A. (But- 
ters) 75 
IdaF. 117 
" O. (Clarke) 131 
1786- John P. 34 

Joseph Larkin 75 
1856- Josephine 75 

1812-75 Lois 34 

Melissa (Moulton) 
34 
1817-25 Nancy 34 
1876- Olive 131 

Sarah C. 121 
1831-94 " E. (Brans- 

corn) (licster) 34 
1822-90 " H. 35 

1814-1900 Simon H. 34 
1807-70 Susan 34 
1810- Ziilah 34 

MILLSPAUGH 

- 120 
1849-70 Caroline (Huckins) 

120 
MINER 

1851- Abigail E. 66 

1856-63 Cedora A. 66 

Electa (Skeele) 66 
1861- Ellen P. 66 

1861-63 Emily G. 66 
1854- Ethan A. 66 

1822-94 " N. 66 

1867- Hazen H. 66 

1867- Helen H. 66 

1827-94 Huldah S. (Huck- 
ins) 66 
1859-63 LillaE. 66 
1848-1914 Loren F. 66 
1863- Lucian W. 66 

1848- Lydia A. (Smith) 66 

1873- Margaret (Han- 

cock) 66 
1880- Martha E. (Robin- 

son) (Legrand) 66 
1858-1910 Mary F. (Wallace) 

66 
1862-1911 Minnie M. (Burson) 

1854- Nathan L. 66 

Rufus 66 

1850-69 Sarah M. 66 

MITCHELL 

Emma (Webb) 122 
Frederick John 12 2 



175 



MITCHELL cont'd 



MOFFATT 



Frederick John 



Augusta (Smith)127 
Clara L. (Hills) 127 
Edward Davies 127 
Ward B. 127 



Eliz 



50 



MONROE ^see aUo MUNROE) 
MONTGOMERY 

Elizabeth 28 

Martha J. 67 

Ruby 111 
MONZINGER 

Sarah D. 114 
MOODY 

Humphrey E. 100 
1873- Katharine V. (Neal) 



MOONEY 



100 



Amanda H. (Glover) 

94 
Christina M. 88 
James H. 94 
Jane 33 72 
Martha 110 
Nettie lola 94 

Hannah 123 

Anna L. (Huckins) 

97 
Frank 97 
Samuel 97 
Sarah (Haskins) 97 



1868- Ina M. (Stone) 99 
1872- John H. 99 

Joseph G. 99 

1869- " S. 99 
Mary (Chase) 12 

1844-1900 " J. (Huckins) 
99 
Samuel 12 
1812-88 Sarah Ann 12 
1842-1907 Smith L. 99 
1879-80 Susan C. 99 
MORRISON 

1843-95 Dorcas M. (Huck- 
ins) 48 
" W. 48 

1867- Horace Eugene 48 
1838 " H. 48 

1868- Ida M. (Robie) 48 
Mary (French) 103 

1831-1906 " A. 103 
Miriam 23 
Nehemiah 103 
Sarah (Gilman) 48 

1872-73 " Luella 48 

MORSE 

Anna 82 

Emma J. (Sanborn) 

Frank A. 88 

1877- Irving G. 88 
John 88 

1878- Mabel E. (Huckins) 



Patty (Cheney) 88 



MORSE cont'd 

1836- Sarah M. 88 

1896- Vera (McKinley) 88 

MOSES 

John 14 
1826-1904 Mary M. 14 

Nancy (Adams) 14 
MOSS 

Edna 52 
MOULTON 

Aaron M. 51 

Anna (Sanborn) 55 

Annette 117 

Caroline 89 

E. 98 

Christopher 55 

Dorcas (Durgin) 34 
1848-1902 EhzabethM. (Huck- 
ins) 51 
1810- " Mav 98 

1870-1913 Florence D. (Green- 
leaf) 45 

Fred M. 45 
1866- Henry A. 45 

1843- " H. 51 

Huldah 11 

Louise M. (Fellows) 
45 
1824-97 Lucretia A. 55 

Mary 36 

Mehitable 42 

Melissa 34 

Mina Grace 87 

Redmond 34 

Sarah 33 

" (Eastman) 
51 

Wesley F. 98 
MUDGE 

1832-80 Abigail J. (Huckins) 
67 

Adeline (Sinclair) 6! 
1836- Daniel W. 67 

1870- Mary 67 

1874- Olive (Dicey) 67 

1873- Osceola Warren 67 

Presby 67 
MUDGETT 
1791-1871 Abigail 22 
1803-71 " 11 

Anna (— ) 42 
1763-1847 Benjamin 11 
1805-47 " 12 55 

37 



1824-91 Clara (Fisher)(Lai 

prey) 39 
1817-83 Eleanor S. (Inn; 

12 
1792-1847 Eunice (Huckins)38 
1799-1835 Hannah 11 47 
17G2(?)-1807 " 10 37 

(Bean) 37 
(Mead) 135 
1819-36 " H. 39 

1808-95 James H. 12 
Jesse 54 
John 42 
1799-1882 " C. 11 135 
1812-57 " Huckins 12 

" Hull 11 135 
1821-42 " P. 39 

Joseph 22 38 
135 
1800-80 " Jr. 11 

1827-86 Julia (Fisher) 39 
1829-1909 Laura L. 39 
1802-03 Lydia 11 
1810-81 " 12 

1776-1865 ■' (Huokins) 11 

Martha Ann 55 
1797-1869 Mary 11 

" (Clifford) 135 



MUDGETT cont'd 

1810-86 Mary Ann (Whit- 

chcr) 12 
1831-81 " Clifford 137 

1825- " J. (Perry) 

(Dow) 39 
1816-93 " M. S. 39 

Mehitable (East- 
man) 22 38 
1803-80 Nancy (Stevens) 11 
1809-85 " B. (Smith) 

12 
1815-1909 " H. 12 
1827-83 Orinda M. 39 

Ruth (Carr) 54 
1817-50 Sarah 12 
1833-74 " A. B. 39 

1795-1864 Susan 11 
1786-1876 William 38 
1817-86 " S. 42 

MUNROE 

Bedent B. 77 
1857-58 Ella 77 
1832-65 Mary (Huckins) 77 
MURDOCH 
1880- Alfred E. 101 

George H. 101 

Sarah (Noonan) 101 
1880- " E. (Huckins) 
101 

NASH 

1888- Blanche 110 

1858- Dora (Huckins) 110 

Elizabeth (Fenner) 
110 
1884- George 110 

Hutchinson J. 110 
1858-91 Llewellyn 110 
1891- " Jr. 110 

1882- Margaret 110 

NASON 



NEAL 



- 17 

Anna M. (Manning) 

100 
Eugene B. 100 

1873- Katharine V. 100 
NEEDHAM 

Emeline 82 
NEIL 
1855-80 Ida B. (Huckins) 46 

James 46 

Janet (McGregor) 
46 
1850-86 John 46 
1876- Mary Janet 46 

1864- Minnie G. (Holmes) 

46 

1874- William H. 46 
NELSON 

Abigail 57 

Margaret 79 

Nancy 33 
NESBITT 

Nellie 107 
NEWCOMB 

1884- Alice M. (Huckins) 

117 

1885- Bertha M. (Huck- 

ins) 111 

Dorcas E. (Mcln- 
nis) 117 
1873- Edgar A. 116 

Emily (Roberts) 111 
1876- George 111 

John Allison 116 
1902- Minnie 111 

William 111 
NEWELL 
1837-92 Abigail S. (Dolloff) 

30 
1835(?)- Stephen A. 30 
NEWMAN 

Mary 97 



176 



NICHOLS 


OGLE 




PAIN 






Ann (-) 20 


1890- 


Gertrude 123 




Annis 127 


1806-75 


Eliza Ann 20 




Henderson 123 


PALMER 




1874- 


Elizabeth 59 




Leah (Cox) 123 




A. S. 91 




(David) 


OGLESBY 




Abigail 103 




59 




Eliza 121 




Chailes W. 48 


1867- 


Ella B. (Hileman) 


O'LEARY 






Clara (Betsinger) 91 




(Huckins) 54 




Frances 77 




Elizabeth A. (Love- 




George W. 59 


OLIVER 






land) 48 




Joseph 20 




Mary M. 65 




Ida C. 91 




Richard H. 54 


O'NEIL 






Lydia 58 


NICKERSON 




Elsie M. 48 


1877- 


Mary B. 48 


1837-67 


Helen Davia 25 


ORDWAY 


PARK 






Jesse 25 




Abiel 74 




Elizabeth 21 




Mary (Smalley) 25 


1879- 


Cora F. 74 


PARKER 




NISSEN 




1873-73 


Delia P. 74 




Erastus 33 




Dorothea (Hammel) 


1876- 


Effie L. 74 




James 47 




73 


1846- 


Georgianna (Huck- 




Jane T. (Gate) 83 




Henry 73 




ins) 74 


1838- 


Josephine 47 


1873- 


Lena 73 


1843-1906 John F. 74 




Katharine (Crosby) 


NIXON 




1877-77 


Lillian M. 74 




33 




Mary 65 




Louisa (French) 74 


1844- 


Laura (Ayers) 83 


NOBLE 




ORR 






Mary (Merrill) 47 


1825-90 


Cordelia D. 116 


1848-96 


Abigail E. (Buzzell) 


1850-83 


Pamela S. 33 




Mary (Jordan) 116 




(Huckins) 100 




Samuel Sewall 83 




Nathan 116 




Henry C. 100 


1843-1912 


Woodbury 




Rachel 115 


ORRALL 






83 


NOONAN 




1876- 


Blanche 116 


PARKHURST 




Sarah 101 




Charles E. 116 




Sophia H. 89 


NORCROSS 




Julia (Brieas) 116 






1854- 


Alice N. 62 


OSBORNE 


PARMENTER 




Almira (Billington) 




Mary 122 


1866- 


Caroline 115 




62 


OSBURG 






Harriet (Cleary)115 




Cornelius H. 62 




Catherine 131 




Joseph 115 


NORMAN 


OSGOOD 




PARSHLEY 


1878- 


Anna J. (Stenrud) 




Deborah 137 




DrusiUa 101 




119 




Dorothv 136 


1820(7)- 


Elizabeth 104 


1881- 


Arthur J, 119 




Ruth 72 




John 104 


1878- 


Charles L 119 


OVERLOOK 




Mary (Foss) 104 




Ehzabeth (Wells) 




Eliza 62 




" Ann 31 




119 


OVERSTREET 


PATRICK 




1848-1901 


Frances (Huckins) 




Ed^-in 106 




Emily 23 




119 




Josephine M. 


PATTEN 




1844-1909 John W. 119 




(Cooley) 106 


1864- 


Jennie M. 107 


1869- 


MarkH. 119 








Lucretia 71 


1879- 


Mary L. (Butts) 119 


PACKARD 




Mary L. (Bradley) 




Robert 119 




Addison 108 




107 


1876- 


Zella (Lewis) 119 




Agnes 108 




Thomas 107 


NORRIS 






Jane (Huse) 108 


PATTERSON 




George H. 55 


1878- 


Lulu Maud (Huck- 




Ella 84 




Martha A. (Mud- 




ins) 108 


1815(?)-1868 James T. 84 




gett) 55 




Mary Ann 108 


1823-62 


Mary J. (Huckins) 


1866- 


Mary Ida 55 


1875- 


William A. 108 




(Nutter) 84 




Nancy 57 


PAGE 




PAUL 




NORTHRUP 


1823-93 


Alfred 14 




Benjamin 100 




Jane 66 




Daniel 99 




Jane 100 


NOYES 






Davis 87 




Lydia (Hodgdon) 




Hannah 39 


1882- 


Davis 87 




100 


NOTE 




1880- 


Edith (Huckins) 87 


1828-1910 Mary A. 100 




Sarah 35 


1810-42 


Eleanor A. 99 


PAULSON 


NUTTER 




1833-55 


Elizabeth M. 102 


1882- 


Alice M. (Huckins) 




Elizabeth 21 


1882- 


Florence 92 




105 




Ella 84 


1855- 


Jeannette A. 104 




Caroline (Wilson) 


1817-51 


Ethel 0. 84 




John B. 104 




105 


1823-62 


Mary Jane (Huck- 
ins) 84 




Judith (White- 
house) 99 


1874- 
1914- 


John A. 105 
Ruth Alvina 105 


NYE 

1865- 


1828-49 


Lo\-ina (Wilkinson) 




Samuel 105 


Ella 92 




14 
Lucinda 21 


PAXTON 

1859- 


Adeline (Eck) 78 




Frederick F. 92 
Mary (-) 92 




Mary 41 


1825-1907 Eliza (Huckins) 78 






" 95 




Elizabeth (Dryden) 








•' (Brown) 92 




78 


OAKLEY 






" (Loveland) 87 


1854- 


Ella (Rice) 78 




Ann E. (Tharp) 86 




A. (Dudley) 




Ellen (Thompson! 


1873- 


Clara J. 86 




104 




37 




William T. 86 




Nancy 37 




George 37 


O'BRIEN 




1890- 


Roy 92 


1867- 


Georgie V. 78 




Mary Ann 78 


1890- 


Ruth 92 


1860- 


Ida C. 79 


ODIORNE 




Samuel 14 


1869-71 


Jane G. 79 


18I7-190J 


Abigail (Wallace) 


1859- 


Sarah M. (Huckins) 


1857- 


John Franklin 78 




(Arlin) 13 




92 


1855-57 


Joseph Henry 78 


1817-96 


Benjamin 13 




Vashti (Dustin) 14 


1862-64 


Lotta L. 78 




John 13 




Warren 92 




Mary (Huckins) 37 




Lydia (Wentworth) 


1887-87 




1850-79 


" Elizabeth 78 




13 


1842-19ia 


Willard 92 


1820-97 


Thomas 78 



177 



PAXTON cont'd 

1849-1903 Thomas Chase 78 

1821-87 William 37 



Deborah (Young) 



1825- George W. 28 

1818-45 Hannah K. (Huck- 
ins) 59 
John 28 



1806- " H. 28 

1760-1835 Mary 28 

" (Hall) 28 
" A. (Hill) 28 
" E. (York) 28 
1819-1908 " Elizabeth 28 
1810- Nathaniel H. 28 

Nicholas 28 
1815-64 Rufus K. 59 

Sarah (Bickford) 28 
•' (Burley) 28 
1784- " (Huckins) 28 

1817- " Ann 28 

1782-1861 Solomon 28 
1828- William H. 28 

PEARSE (see PIERCE) 
PEASE 

Laura 65 
Nancy B. 23 25 
PEASLEY 

Agnes (Packard) 
108 



Almina M. (Huck- 



2 109 
James 108 
1863- Leonard 108 

C. 108 

1863- Mary Agnes 108 

Ann (Pack- 
ard) 108 
1861- " Emily 108 

1857- William 108 
PEAVEY 

Arthur 95 

Emily (Furber) 103 

1858- Hannah E.I. (Huck- 

ins) (Berry) 103 
John D. 103 
Mary (Magrane) 95 

1886- " Eva 95 

1846-1909 Paul H. 103 

PECK 

1893- Helen 53 

Mary (Edson) 53 

1864-97 Nellie M. (Huckins) 
53 

1890- Ralph 53 

1891- Ward 53 
William H. 53 

1864- " L. 53 
PEIRCE (see PIERCE) 
PENDLEY 

Mary F. 42 
PENMAN 

Mary B. 129 
PENNIEL 

Hannah 38 
PENNIMAN 

Alice S. 87 



1858- Aaron 97 

Abigail R. (Al- 
dridge) 95 
1840- Ann E. (Huckins) 

54 
Charles Oilman 98 
1804-85 Charlotte 98 
1822-1900 Clarissa A. (Mills) 
(Lumb) 35 
1840- David 54 

" B. 54 



1887- 



Florence 95 

Forest 95 

Hannah (Dennett) 



55 

John A. 97 
Jonathan C. 99 
1785-1820 Judith 13 22 

" (Smith) 22 
Laura Ellen 97 
1877- Lulu I. (Huckins) 

(Pitman) 97 



Mai 



I 35 



1838- 

Mary (Burnham) 49 
1889- " Emma 98 

Mehitable (Chand- 
ler) 54 

Nathaniel 22 
1871- Norman Frost 55 

Olive 36 

Rose L. (Mclntire) 
98 

Susan T. 97 
PERLEY 

Orpha C. 130 
PERRY 

Dorothy (French) 



1860- James H. 82 

Mary 131 

1825- " J. 39 

Russell 82 



Sylvi 



112 



Varnum 39 
PETERS 

Andrew 81 

Anson 52 
1829- Aravesta (Huckins) 

81 
1812-94 Charles 81 

Emily (— ) 52 

Emma A. 52 

Sarah (Jordan) 81 
PETTINGILL 

Deborah 83 
1845- Laura Ann 129 

Sampson 129 

Sarah (Brown) 129 
PHELPS 

Dorothy 39 

Nancy M. 102 
PHILBRICK 
PHILBROOK 

Edwin 49 

Emma 134 

Josiah H. 39 
1828- Maria (Perkins) 49 

Mary (Smith) 39 
1839-1906 Sarah C. 39 
PHILLIPS 

Mary 81 



1865- 



1819-52 Mary Jane 
William 41 
PICKERING 

Mary J. 94 
PIERCE 
PEIRCE 
PEARSE 

1841-1905 Adelbert O. 35 

Ann J. (Helmer) 81 

1862- Charles 76 

1847- Clara 86 

1836-1900 Cordelia 53 

1869- Edith M. (Inslee) 78 

1868- Emma 81 

Enoch F. 96 
Ephraim 119 
Ernest M. 76 
Grace E. (Clark) 75 
Hannah (Rowe) 86 

1829-91 Hiram 76 
Joel 86 
Joshua 35 

Louisa (Vinopp) 119 
Lucinda 70 

1859- Luella P. 76 

1839-1908 Lydia J. (Watson) 
35 

1830(?)-65 Marilla (Huckins) 
76 
Mary (Beales) 53 
" A. (Swain) 96 

1855-83 " Emma 96 

" J. (Fuller) 35 

1824-87 Melinda 119 
Nathan 53 



Oliv 



r 76 



Samuel H. 81 
PIERSON 

Catherine 44 
PIKE 

1843-1904 Abigail H. 24 
1845- Almira W. 24 

Daniel 24 
1854-56 " 25 

1858-1908 Elizabeth M. 25 
1852-90 Ella E. (Huckins) 

25 86 
1808-83 Ezekiel 24 86 87 
1876- Howard Luther 86 

1882-1903 Kathleen G. (Mc- 
Ginley) 86 
1842-82 Laura A. 24 
1852- Luther M. 25 86 

1876-1910 Margaret E. (Willis) 

86 
1850- Martha 24 

1873- Milo M. 86 

Nancy 20 
1855- Nellie A. (Ward) 25 

1879- Ralph Waldo 86 

1882- Rena Laura 87 

Sarah (French) 24 
1819-94 " (Huckins) 24 



6 87 



1876- ^_ _. 

1856- " E. 25 87 

PILLSBURY 

1841- Alphonzo C. 33 

Annie (Long) 33 
1844-79 Asenath C. (Wheel- 
er) 33 

Caleb 33 
1812-80 " G. 33 

Elsie M. (O'Neil) 48 
1880- Emma G. 48 

Frank 48 
1843-78 Isaac N. 33 
1847- James K. 33 

1838- Joseph H. 33 

1844-99 Maria E. (Baxter) 

1815-68 Nancy (Huckins) 33 

(Nelson) 33 

1868-1907 " (Thomas) 33 



178 



PILLSBURY cont'd 
1851-62 Nathan B. 33 
1850-83 Pamela S. (Parker) 

PINKHAM 

Abigail 9 

(Tibbetts) 6 
1734-79 Abijah 9 
1763-1815 " Jr. 9 

Anne 9 
1739-1815 John 6 
Otis 6 
Paul 9 
1744-1823 Phebe (Tibbetts) 6 
1732-1818 Rachel (Huckins) 9 
Samuel 9 
Sarah 9 
1757-1814 " (Ballard) 9 
1763-1814 •• (Spencer) 9 
1755-1811 Thomas 9 
PIPER 
1852- Elba 94 

Elisha 73 
1834(?)-60 Eliza Jane 94 

George 94 
1803-83 Josiah 73 
1836- Margaret A. (Huck- 

ins) 73 
Mary (Plumerl 73 
" J. (Pickering) 
94 
Moees 94 
Rachel (Rundlett) 94 
Sophronia 39 
Susanna 10 
Thomas Jr. 10 
PIRRITTE 

1876-1900 Clara (Harris) I 
1865- David A. 80 

Eliza ( — ) 80 
1855-84 " A. 80 

1859-71 Isaac N. 80 

John 80 
1875- " N. 80 

1827-66 Lucy M. (Huckins) 

80 
1873- Mary E. (Cham- 

bers) 80 
1829-92 William 80 
1862- " A. 80 

PITMAN 

1877- Lulu I. (Huckins) 

97 
Mary A. (Babb) 97 
Oren C. 97 
Susanna 17 

1878- William D. 97 
PITTAM 

1848- Abiah M. 63 

1865- Adeline (Lamb) 63 

1852- Cecilia R. 63 
1858-1909 Clementine D. 63 

Edward 63 
Elizabeth (— ) 63 

1854- Ellen (Garl) 63 

1821-85 James H. 63 

1846-83 MarvE. 63 

1825-98 Miriam S. (Huck- 
ins) 63 

1862- Orville A. 63 

1854- Samuel E. 63 

PLAISTED 

1828-55 Almira S. (Huckins) 

1838- Amanda 15 

1820r?)-61 " (Carr) 15 

1820-1902 Benaiah 15 
1785-1860 Benning M. 10 15 45 

1853- Caroline V. (Cash) 

24 
1841-1900 Catherine B. (Huck- 
ins) (Hunt) 47 
Celia L. (Albee) 97 
1830-57 Charles H. 15 
1876- Chester 48 



PLAISTED cont'd 

Cyrus C. 47 
1857-1909 Dora J. 24 
1830- Eliza J. (— ) (Haw- 

kins) 19 
Elizabeth (Rowe) 

47 
Eunice (Perkins) 19 
1849-56 Frances Adeline 24 
1854-87 Frank Curtis 24 
1793-1843 Hannah 19 
1783-1857 " (Clark) 19 
1749- " (Huckins) 

10 38 
1789-1862 '• R. (Huck- 
ins) 10 
1849-77 Henry Fillmore 47 
1787-1848 Hiram 10 38 

Horace Lyman 15 
1828-1908 James H. 15 26 
1789- Joseph 19 

1782- Judith 19 

(Ricker) 10 
19 
1827-67 " P. (Huckins) 

15 24 
1840-78 Laura (Bemie) 15 
1809-78 Lois 45 

" (Kelly) 19 
1851-52 Louis Sumner 24 
1829-1904 Lovilla E. (Wood- 
man) (Johnson) 15 
1759-1836 Margery (Huckins) 



19 
1825-1904 Martha G. 15 4 

56 
1799-1858 Mary 19 22 
1806-85 " (Carter) 

(Smith) 19 
1823-94 " Ann 15 49 

1847-48 " Ellen 24 

1859- " N. 24 98 

1790-1862 Nancy 10 
1799-1871 " (Huckins) 14 

19 24 26 49 55 
1820(?)-1908 " (Rowe: 

(Frost) 15 
1786-1869 " (Smith) 10 
1818-85 Oren C. 15 24 
1836- Phebe 15 

1780-1869 " Eaton 10 45 
1787-1869 Ricker 19 
186.5- Rubv 97 

1757-1833 Samuel 14 19 
1795-1888 " Jr. 14 19 24 

26 49 55 56 
1833- " 3d 15 

'• S. 97 
1791- Sarah 19 

1790(?)-1863" (— ) (Smith) 

19 
1799-1895 " (Tucker) 19 
1853-56 " B. 24 

1830-1901 " E. (Harte) 15 
" H. (Taylor) 15 
1784-1853 Stephen 19 48 
1831-1903 Susan M. 15 56 
1797-1886 William 19 
1725(?)- William 10 19 
1750(?)- " Jr. 10 38 

1787-1869 " 3d 10 97 
PLUM 

1864- Anna 79 

1870- John H. 79 

1831- '■ M. 79 

Louise (Todd) 79 
1838-96 Martha (Huckins) 

79 
1856- Marv B. 79 

1860- Noah 79 

PLUMER 
PLUMMER 
1730(?)- — 6 

1837- Eleanor J. (Huck- 

ins) 99 



George 99 
1828-1901 " W. 99 

Hannah 104 
1858- Kate E. (Harvey) 

99 
1734- Lucy (Jordan) 6 

Mary 73 
" J. 46 

Rebecca 18 

Sarah (Westcott) 99 
1860- William A. 99 

PLUTA 
1884- Elizabeth E. 112 

John Gottlieb 112 

Louisa (Graf) 112 
POE 

Byron 119 

Cora (Wilsey) 119 
1892- Elizabeth 119 

POLLARD 

Elizabeth (Sher- 
burn) 33 74 



1-62 Ire 



i 33 



84 

1860- Emma C. G. 84 

POND 

Charlotte E. 84 
PORRITT 

1877-1911 Elizabeth A. (Lib- 
by) 49 

Francis 49 

Mary (Wells) 49 
1876- William 49 

POST 

Aaron 36 

Altha M. (Gage) 36 

Elizabeth G. (Sea- 
vey) 36 
1812-84 Mary (Gallup) 36 
1814-95 William Harrison 36 
POTTLE 

Judith P. 25 
POTTER 

Ada (Wetherell) 53 

David 53 
1829-1908 Vesta A. 53 
POWELL 

Eleanor 64 

Inez J. 66 
POWERS 

Bridget (— ) 68 

Gideon 14 
1831-97 Hannah 14 

(Crosby)14 

Theresa 68 
PRATT 

Helen 131 
PRAY 

1832-1904 Caroline F. (Huck- 
■ i) 85 



Hira 



1 85 



PRENDERGAST 

Mary 8( 
PRESCOTT 



Comfort (Dow) 27 
1851- Elwin J. 88 

John 23 
Joseph 73 



179 



23 

Lydia (Worthen) 73 
Marion W. 107 
Mary Ann 25 54 
1818-93 " D. 27 

Rufus 27 
Sarah P. (Lawrence) 



— 82 
PRESTON 

Hannah 115 

Isaac 115 

Lucy 91 
1852- Margaret M. 115 

PRIESTMAN 
1865- Amy V. 110 

John 110 

Martha (Law) 110 
PROCTOR 
1888- Alice L. 105 

Frances (Kimball) 



181 



1865- 



20 
Gertrude (Clarke) 



105 



1795-1862 James 20 
1796-1877 JoanS. (Boynton)20 
1862- John Henry 105 

Joseph Jr. 105 
1887- •' H. 105 

1886- Laila G. 105 

Lucretia (Stan- 

wood) 105 
1895- Melba L. 105 

Thomas 20 
1894- Viola G. 105 

PULSIFER 
1868- Fred L. 55 

1866- Mary L (Norris) 55 

Nehemiah 55 
PURCELL 

Sara A. (Cotson) 45 
1866- " M. 45 

Thomas 45 
PUSHEE 
1850-84 Henrietta 101 

James M. 101 

Mary A. (— ) 101 
PUTNAM 

1862- Caroline C. (Carle- 

ton) 58 
1864- George W. 58 

Laura 117 

Lucinda (Fleming) 
58 

William 58 



Sarah 44 

QUICK 

1867- Elizabeth 72 

Jane (Howard) 72 
Jasper 72 

OUIMBY 



QUIN 



1 32 
Barbara A. (Ya^ 



1878- Walter Raymond 

109 
QUINT 
1826-75 Eliza A. 41 

Hannah A. (— ) 41 

Joseph 41 



64 

Grant 64 
John 64 
RAHMER 

Albert 78 

Adeline (Chappelle) 
(Madden) 78 
RALEIGH 

Jennie 86 
RAMSDELL 
1869- Lulu J. (Roberts) 65 

Marv (Nixon) 65 

William 65 
1863- " Jr. 65 

RAND 

Susan (Atwood) 21 
RANDALL 
1722-84 Abigail (Runnells) 5 

17 34 
1733(?)- " (Huckins) 9 

1793(?)-1868 " 18 34 
1848- Albert F. 76 

Delia (Whitcher) 76 

Hannah (Mason) 35 

Israel 18 
1785-1837 Job 18 

John 9 

Jonathan 18 

Joseph 76 
1767-1841 Lois 18 34 77 
1779-1866 Lvdia (Mathes) 18 
1787-1864 " (Davis) 18 
1795(?)-1837" 18 76 

" (Hodgdon) 5 
1724- " (Runnells) 5 

1759-1839 '• (Huckins) 17 

76 
1721-89 Miles 5 17 34 

Nathaniel 5 17 
1723-1814 " Jr. 5 

Paul 18 

Richard 17 

Jr. 17 

Sarah 18 
1853- " J. (Card) 76 

1758-1818 Thomas 17 76 
1778-1869 " Jr. 18 



1 18 
n 135 



Wan 
Willi„ 
RANDLETT 

Leah 14 



RAY 

Tryphena 51 
RAYMOND 



37 
REAL 

1860- Ada A. (Sargent) 

(Cooper) 68 

Patrick 68 
1860-1913 William 68 
REAM 

Isabella 128 
REDEKER 
1871-95 Ada (Wheeler) 107 

Andrew 107 
1857- Elzina Ezma 108 

1829-92 Henrv 107 108 

Julie '(Mandigo) 107 

Louisa (Wilson) 107 
108 
1848-1903 Rosalie L. (Huck- 
ins) (Wheeler) 107 
1864- William 107 

REDMAN 
1840-1900 Catherine B. 40 

David M. 40 



REDMAN cont'd 

Sarah A. (Yetter) 40 
1834-95 Susan M. 40 
REDMOND 

Agnes 106 
REED 

1873- Charles 125 

1901-02 " M. 125 

Deborah (Hunt) 46 
1904-14 Dorothy L. 125 

George 125 
1906- Harry H. 125 

1869- Herbert L. 46 

John 



1912- Margaret 125 

1908- Marie E. 125 

1874- Martha E. (Rock) 

46 
1878- Maud (Huckins) 

125 

Sarah M. (Cloeve) 
125 
1910- Sibyl 125 

REESE 

Emma F. 72 
REEVES 

Elizabeth 130 
REICHEL 

Kunigunde 114 
REID 

Mary 121 
REIGLE 

Evaline M. 109 
REMICK 

Cassius 70 

Elizabeth (Wheeler) 
70 
1882- Ida Belle 70 

REYNOLDS 
1874- Maud Lillian 123 

Ruth 13 
" (Story) 123 

William 123 
RHINES 
1830- Charles 75 

1843- Emma (Giles) (Ber- 

ry) 75 

Henry 75 

Mary H. (Babb) 75 
RHODES 

Martha H. 99 
RIANS 

Andrew J. 109 

Elizabeth M. 

(Smith) 109 
1853-1904 Flora E. 109 
RICE 
1854- Ella 78 

Harriet S. 84 

Mary (Dorsey) 78 

Thomas 78 
RICHARDSON 
1889- Bertha 89 

Caroline (Moulton) 
89 
1849-1903 Daniel Erskine 83 

Harriet (Taylor) 83 

Herbert 89 
1852- Julia (Marshall) 83 

Roderick 83 

Susan 24 
RICKER 

Asa 132 
1834-69 Belinda 51 

Hannah (-) 51 

(Bunker) 
132 

Jacob 51 

Judith 10 19 

Lewis H. 31 

1844- Martha 132 
1847- Ootavia J. 31 



180 



RINEHART 

- C7 

Edith (Spencer) 67 
ROACH 

Amanda 128 
ROADHOUSE 
1904-04 Claude E. 126 

Frances (Elvidge) 



19( 



126 



126 



Samuel 126 
1901-01 William 126 
1865- " B. 126 

ROBERTS 

Abijah 65 
Absalom 109 



Alic 



105 



1872- Anna (Christenaon) 

65 
1829-85 Asahel Deloss 65 
1862-1906 " " Jr. 65 

1885- Blanche 113 

1830-82 Eliza E. (Huckins) 

65 
1876- " June 65 

Emily HI 

Eunice 14 

Frances (— ) 113 

Francis 21 

Joanna 130 



John 



. 113 



1854- " Emery 65 

1859- Louisa (Babcock)65 

1855-1900 " May 65 

Lucy Ann (An- 
drews) 65 
1869- Lulu Jane 65 

Martha (Skelton) 
109 
1856- Martha E. (Hill) 65 

1872- Mary R. 109 

1868-70 Ritchford A. 65 
1863-1914 Rose Belle 65 

Ruth (Russell) 21 

Sarah 29 
1852- Stephen Decatur 65 

1814-86 Susan Kendall 21 
ROBERTSON 
1872- Ellen 127 

Eugenia (Stilwell) 



127 
George S. 127 



ROBSON cont'd 
1854-85 Margaret J. 79 

Mary (McMillan) 



Frances (O'Leary) 
77 
1854- Margaret 77 

Michael 77 
ROCK 

1840- Alphonse H. 45 

1872- Charlotte C. (Ware) 

45 
1889- Clifton J. 46 

1884- Edward C. 46 

1880- Ida S. 46 

Joseph 45 
Lvdia A. 132 
Maria (Howard) 45 
1872-96 " A. 45 

1874- Martha E. 46 

1849- Mary A. (Huckins) 



1885- 



48 
1868- Ida May 48 

Lvman M. 48 
1828-62 Nancy 14 
Samuel 14 
ROBINSON 

Alma 93 
Ann J. 123 
1871- Clara Arvilla 93 

Elizabeth 6 
John 79 

" S. 66 
Josephine 106 

E. (Cros- 
by) 93 
Louisa 68 
Martha Esther 66 
Mary (Schrimpton) 

79 
Nancy E. (Aiken) 
66 
1857- Sarah (Marsh) 79 

1849- William H. 79 

ROBSON 

George 79 



45 

E. (Gardner) 
46 
1876-94 Nellie A. 46 
1886- Oliver B. 46 

1873- William A. 45 

RODGERS (see ROGERS) 
RODIMAN 

Amos B. 89 

Lucy A. (Ladd) 89 
1851- Mary E. 89 

ROESGER 

Louisa A. 101 
ROGERS 
RODGERS 

Adam 41 

Ellen (Wiltse) 52 
1893- Esther J. (Huckins) 

114 

Fred M. 98 

1889- Henry E. 114 
1864- Ida M. (Fifield) 98 

1890- Leon 52 

1912- Margaret Mildred 

1893-1913 Marie C. (Everett) 
52 
Mary E. 41 
Olive (Gay) 41 
Orl 52 
1914- Ruby May 114 

Sarah D. (Monzm- 
ger) 114 
" J. 92 
Susan 69 
Sylvester 114 



Abigail (Aldrich) 
(Huckins) 68 
1858- Adeline M. (Chase) 

86 
1826- Amanda J. (Ingalls) 

29 86 
1823-1900 Ann G. (Huckins) 

(Giles) 74 
1811-95 Asa 75 
1837-1906 Caroline A. (Flan- 
ders) 29 
Elisha 75 
1813-48 Eliza 29 

Elizabeth (Smith) 
29 
1831-42 Harriet 29 

Huldah (-) (Walk- 
er) 29 
1817-75 Irene (Whipple) 29 
1791-1877 Joseph 29 
1824-64 " F. 29 86 

1850- Leston L. 86 

1832-92 Lyman 29 

Margaret 33 



ROLLINS cont'd 

1829-1908 Martha (Gray) 29 

Mary 73 
1790-1876 " (Huckins) 29 
1821-84 " S. 29 

Reuben 29 

1-86 Richard B. 29 

1815-95 Samuel H. 29 
1817-94 Sarah Jane 29 88 
ROLSTON 

Priscilla 41 
ROOT 

Mary R. 79 
ROWE 

Elizabeth 47 

Hannah 86 

Jesse 118 

John 15 

Mary (Scribner) 15 
1825(?)-1908 Nancy 15 
1827-99 " Jane 118 

Olive 52 

Sarah (— ) 118 
ROYS 

Marcia 13 
RUNDLETT 

1790- Abigail (Dame) 16 

1792-1861 Charles 16 

Christiana (Fox) 135 

John 135 

Rachel 94 
RUNNELLS 
REYNOLDS 
1722- Abigail 5 17 34 135 



17 
1792-1877 Elizabeth 74 

Enoch 5 

Frances (— ) 5 
1728- Hannah 5 

1695(?)- " (Huckins) 

(Chesley) 5 

Job 5 
" Jr. 5 
1727- " 3d 5 

1732(?)- Jonathan 5 
1732(?)- Keziah (Carter) 5 
1730(7)- Love (Tibbetts) 5 
1724- Mary 5 

Olive (Farnham) 74 
1730(7)- Samuel 5 

1727(7)- Sarah (Ellison) 5 
1729(7)- Susan 5 

William 5 
RUSHER 

Susanna 81 
RUSSELL 

Anne 85 

1860- " E. 84 
Eliza C. 65 
Ella 116 
Levi 84 

Martha A. (Smith) 
84 

Mary 48 

Ruth 21 
RUTHERFORD 

Benjamin F. 121 

Mary Ann (Few) 
121 
1858-95 Vina 121 
RYDER 

Eliza 82 
SACKETT , . , 

1862- Alice R. (Huckma) 

103 
1884-1904 Austin H. 103 
1887-1908 Carroll A. 103 

1861- George A. 103 
1888-89 Lois J. 103 

Noble 103 

Ruby (Jacobs) 103 
SAMPLE 
1888- Catherine 106 



181 



SAMPLE cont'd 

Elizabeth (Spang- 
ler) 106 

James 106 
SANBORN 



Chase 25 

Comfort (Dow) 45 
1802-72 " D. 44 

Deborah 61 

Dorothy 39 

Elizabeth 39 

Emma J. 88 

Esther 20 
1839- Frank D. 25 

1839- Hannah A. (Huck- 

Jacob 48 
Jane (Chase) 13 
1850- Martha (Pike) 24 

1808-71 Mary (Smith) 13 



25 

" J. 116 
Mehitable 36 
1864- Menta B. (Gale) 

(Knowlton) 48 
1865-96 Minnie N. 99 

Nancy (Lougee) 99 
Nathaniel 44 

L. 99 
Phebe 99 
Rachel 57 
Sarah 48 
Susanna 29 
Walter 13 
1807-71 William Chase 13 
SANDERS 
1867- Caroline A. (Burke) 

60 
1868-69 " Eva 60 

1869- Charles G. 60 

Eliza (Young) 60 
1877- Emma E. (Hayes) 



1865-67 Ida H. 60 

Samuel 60 
1827- William J. 60 

SARGENT 
1860- Ada A. 68 

Amos 68 

Anna (Cheney) 68 

Augusta (Lutz) 68 
1831-1901 Clarissa A. (Huck- 

1830-1903 Lemuel W. 68 
1842-64 Mary B. 49 

" J. (Davis) 49 
1857- Milton B. 68 

Samuel 49 

Theresa (Powers) 68 
SATTERLEE 

Isaac 38 
1828-96 Mary A. 38 

Sarah (— ) 38 
SAVAGE 
1849- Ella A. 119 

Mary M. 95 

Parthenia 114 

Sarah A. (Frye) 119 

Seth 119 
SAWYER 
1852- Abigail O. 26 

Charity (Scott) 55 
1851-81 Ella M. 55 

Silas 55 

Smith 26 

Susanna C. (Wood- 
bury) 26 
SAYWARD 

Albert A. 73 



SAYWARD cont'd 



SCHLATTERER 

Christian G. 53 

Elizabeth (Keinath) 
53 
1870- Margaret 53 

SCHNEIDER 

Monica 128 
SCHRAW 
1870- Angeline 71 

" (Humph- 

ner) 71 

Hubert 71 
SCHRIMPTON 

Mary 79 
SCOTT 

Charity 55 

Elizabeth J. 122 

James 96 

Janet (Brown) 96 

Lydia L. (Bearss) 96 

1881- Margaret 96 
1880- Sakie R. 96 

William R. 96 
SCRIBNER 

Mary 15 
SCRUTON 

Daniel 103 
1867- Ethel M. 103 

Vienna (Brock) 103 
SEARING 

Alfred 116 

1882- Bert C. 116 
1906- Blanche E. 116 

Ella (Russell) 116 
1908- " R. 116 

1885- Julia (Huckins) 116 

SEARS 

1848- Abiah M. (Pittam) 

63 

Almira (Lincoln) 63 
1860- Edward 63 

Ellen A. 83 

Heman 63 

Mary E. 85 
SEAVER 

Susan 55 
SEAVERNS 

Sarah 84 
SEAVEY 

Benjamin 100 

Deborah (Osgood) 
137 
1827-92 Eliza A. (Dolloff) 
(Smith) 30 
1807-94 Elizabeth 100 

G. 38 
1811-86 Moses O. 30 137 

Samuel 137 

Shadrach 100 

Susanna (Leavitt) 
100 

Thomas 100 

William 100 

Jr. 100 
SEWARD 

1809-90 Eliza P. 21 
1852- Ella M. 59 

Emeline (Williams) 
59 
1797-1891 Eunice 21 
1805- " (Guernsey) 

20 21 

1771-1854 George 20 21 

H. 59 

1813-80 " W. 21 

Joseph 21 
1801- Joseph 20 21 

1802-66 Joshua 21 

Lucy (Lang) 21 



SEWARD cont'd 
1818-1903 Lucy Amanda (Der- 
by) 21 
1817-70 " Ann 21 

Mary (Edgerly) 21 
1807-89 " K. 21 

1805-19 Mehitable 21 
1793-1849 Nancy (Boyntoa) 

20 21 
1820-83 " M. 21 

1799-1862 Nicholas G. 20 21 
1811-1901 Ruth Jane 21 

Samuel 21 
1803-77 Sarah 21 
1773-1847 " (Huckins) 20 

21 
SHACKEL 

Dorothea 44 
SHARP 

Jane 122 
SHAW 
1845- Almira W. (Pike) 24 

Benjamin 24 

Deborah 17 
1830-1907 Henry C. 24 

James M. 42 

Joseph 17 

Leah (Randlett) 24 

Mary L. 48 

Noah 17 

1843-98 Sarah 42 

" 86 

(Durgin) 17 

Susan (Tyler) 42 

Wilhelmina 132 
SHELBY 

— 80 
SHELDON 
1884- Ella P. (Smith) 127 

Jane (Cowls) 127 

Johnson W. 127 
1874- Wilbur E. 127 

SHEPARD 

Charles 87 

Elizabeth 50 
1855- Lillian 87 

Mary (Blanchard) 



1840- 



87 

Melissa (Huckins) 
50 

Phebe 10 

Richard 50 
1818-69 " Jr. 50 

1815-84 Samuel 50 
SHERBURN 
SHERBURNE 

1874- Deborah Y. (Pearl) 

22 

Elizabeth 33 74 

George 28 
SHERMAN 

Aaron 69 
1815(?)- Catherine 34 
1810-86 Susan E. 69 
" M. 83 

Tamar (Adams) 69 
SHOOP 

Sarah 122 
SHUMAN 

1858- Alice (Cable) 81 
1862- Carolyn M. 81 

1856- Charles C. 81 

1857- Elizabeth E. 81 
1868- Emma (Pierce) 81 
1871-1905 Evelyn S. 82 

George 81 
1868- " L. 81 

1868- Harriet (Hill) 81 

1859- John F. 81 
1826-1906 " R. 81 
1864- Mary O. 81 

1833- Sophronia J. (Huck- 

ina) 81 



182 



SHUMAN cont'd 


SLEEPER cont'd 


SMITH cont'd 


Susanna (Rusher) 


1790-1862 


Nancy (Plaisted) 10 


1872- 


Ellen (RobertBon) 


81 




Samuel 39 




127 


SHUTE 


1790-187. 


Walter 10 




Elva 96 


Michael 84 


1839-190C 


Woodbury 39 




Elvira (Ebirious) 


1805-1904 Nancy 38 84 


SLOCUM 






128 


Olive (Leavitt) 84 




Bertha 126 


1836- 


J. (Huckins) 


SIAS 


SLOOP 






47 


Mary 99 




John 122 




Emma A. (Cogg- 


1822-82 " A. L. (Dame) 




Mary (Miller) 122 




shal!) 93 


(Huckins) 99 


1872- 


" A. 122 


1887- 


D. 127 


Moses P. 99 


SMAIL 




1877- 


Estella E. (Huck- 


SIBLY 


1887- 


Emma D. (Smith) 




ins) 123 


Anginette 124 




127 


1825-54 


Esther 13 


SIFFORD 


1887- 


Horace B. 127 




14 


Alma 72 




John 127 


1785-1874 


(Huckins) 13 


SIGOURNEY 




Josephine M. (Stu- 




23 47 51 86 


Frank L. 120 




art) 127 


1909- 


Etta May 90 


1875- Frankie 120 


SMALLEY 


1894- 


Evelyn 132 


Georgianna (Crow) 




Mary 25 


1879- 


Everett B. 93 


120 


SMART 






Ezra 130 


SIMMONS 


1895- 


Elizabeth E. 113 


1843-87 


Frank A. 23 


Emma (Lefler) 138 




George 113 


1863- 


" H. 129 


1894- Nina L. 138 




Lavinia 118 


1911- 


Garth H. 115 


William 138 




Sarah 0. (May) 113 


1873- 


Gertrude (Huckins) 


SIMONDS 


SMITH 






115 


Elizabeth 82 


1877- 


— 71 




George 95 


1868-1913 Ethel M. (Boody) 


1812-51 


Abigail 13 51 


1832-68 


" N. 77 


102 




" 20 




" S. 14 


1868- Eugene F. 102 


1791-1854 


" 25 


1876- 


" T. 123 


Mary E. (Smith) 




" (French) 47 




Hannah (Abbott) 14 


102 




88 




(Calley) 39 


William A. 102 




" (Jewell) 47 




" (Gilman) 


SIMPSON {see also SIMSON) 


1875- 


Ada E. (Marston) 




53^ 


Adeline (Ford) 71 




129 


1813-42 


Huckins 14 


Eliza S. 130 


1851-55 


Adeline 23 




(Kimball) 


Emma 62 




(Worthen) 




130 


Hannah 24 




93 


1799-1835 


(Mudgett) 


1874- Harriet 71 




Adolphus 127 




1147^ 


Pa ton 71 


1860- 


Agnes E. 77 


1818-72 


Harriet A. 39 55 


SIMS 


1877- 


Alberto A. 90 


1823(?)- 


L. (George) 


c,„^^„ Margaret 112 


1876- 


Alfred A. 127 






SIMSON 


1895- 


Alice M. 115 


1823(?)- 


(Ma- 


Sarah 130 




Almira 121 




goon) 13 


SINCLAIR 


1860- 


Almore W. 47 


1901- 


Harry A. 90 


ST. CLAIR 


1826-69 


Amanda (Cox) 39 


1841-1906 


Helen M. 23 


Adeline 67 




Anna 19 




Henderson C. 71 


Catherine 129 


1874- 


Annie (Hall) 77 


1866- 


Henry 115 


Eva 49 




'• (Johnson) 129 




'• W. 115 


Marv 93 


1889- 


Augusta 127 


1900- 


Hugh A. 115 


1795-1854 Nancy 20 


1798(7)-1847 Benjamin 11 12 




Jane E. 93 


" (Pike) 20 




47 


1794-1878 


Jared 136 


Thomas 20 




14 




Jefferson 128 


SKEELE 




25 


1825(?)- 


Jeremiah M. 30 


r.„^. , , ^le^*^a 6S 




66 


1856- 


Jessie (Dexter) 23 


SKELLY 




Byron 93 


1829- 


Joanna (Drake) 13 


Catherine (Lawler) 


1860- 


Cadv C. 23 




Joel Jr. 136 


122 


1882- 


Caroline E. (Huck- 




John 11 


Roger 122 




ins) 90 




" 13 


1893- Ruth M. 122 




Charles Jay 132 




" 30 


SKELTON 


1830-1903 


Clarissa K. 13 25 86 




*• 129 


Martha 109 


1822-72 


Curtis 39 


1792-1866 


" Jr. 11 


SKINNER 




Daniel 12 




" " 13 23 47 51 


1S47- Ellen C. 101 




" M. 14 




86 


George 101 


1819-92 


" T. 13 


1823-92 


" C. 39 


^T.^^^ Sarah (Adams) 101 


1816-16 


" 14 


1848-1910 


" M. 23 


SLATER 




David M. 90 


1814-76 


" Mooney 13 23 


Nancy 82 


1911- 


Donald H. 94 


1835-41 


" Y. 14 


SLEEPER 


1810-44 


Dorcas H. 13 47 


1833-90 


Joseph 13 


1S37- Anna C. (Crawford) 


1908- 


Dorothy C. 94 




" 30 


39 




Dow 14 


1820-1905 


" B. 39 


1837- David C. 39 


1827-92 


Eliza A. (Dolloff) 30 




Josiah 53 


1810(?)-1853 Elizabeth 12 




Elizabeth 14 


1816(?)- 


Judith 13 


(San- 




29 




" 22 


born) 39 




30 




P. (Pottle) 


(Tilton) 




99 




25 


10 


1825-1903 


130 


1905- 


Julia E. 90 


1836- Jane E. (Batherick) 




(Bean) 30 




" M. 90 


39 




" Ann (— ) 


1878- 


Laura A. 127 


Joanna 39 




77 




C. (Allison) 


John 10 


1811-86 


G. 53 




71 


1795-1862 " 39 


1869-1907 


J. (Has- 


1906- 


Lawrence E. 94 


1834-41 " F. 39 




kins) 23 




Leavitt 39 


Martha 58 




M. 109 




Lena 58 


1797-1883 Mary (Huckins) 39 


1884- 


Ella P. 127 


1880- 


Lillie B. 127 



183 



SMITH cont'd 


SMITH cont'd 


SPENCER cont'd 


1903-06 


Lora B. 90 


Stephen Jr. 39 


1838-1904 


Mary A. (Huckins) 




Lydia (— ) 136 


1790-1863 " 3d 39 




67 


1810-81 


•• (MudKett) 12 


1828-30 " L. 39 


1771(7)- 


Patience 43 


1848- 


" Ann 66 


Thurston 


1754- 


Robert 8 




" H. (Knight) 


14 


1763-1814 Sarah 9 




66 


Susan 129 


1731- 


Welthen (Huckins) 


1802-90 


Mariam 66 


1827-94 " P. 30 




8 




Martha 83 


Susanna (— ) 11 


SPERRY 






(Drake) 11 


Thomas 66 


1872- 


Allie 115 




A. 84 


1832-1912 " 123 




Amos 115 


1837- 


'• " (Huck- 


D. 137 


1877- 


Anna L. (Huckins) 




ins) 77 


1823(?)- " P. 13 




115 


1808-71 


Mary 13 


1871-1906 Tommie V. (Hod- 


1902- 


Dorothy E. 116 




" 25 


den) 127 


1904- 


Helen E. 116 




" 39 


1857- Truman M. 77 




Rachel (Noble) 115 


1828-1907 


.. 47 


Walter J. 93 


1906- 


Sherman 116 




" 65 


1835- *• W. 47 


SPIELMAN 


1344- 


" 87 


1883- Zaidee R. (Huck- 


1886- 


Katharine A. 120 




" (-) 12 


ins) 93 




Mary K. (Watkins) 




" (— ) 14 


SNARY 




120 




•• (Bean) 39 


Elizabeth (Biiton) 




Wesley C. 120 


1806-85 


" (Carter) 19 


37 


SPIKER 






" (Goss) 87 


John 37 




Joseph 118 


1791-1852 


" (Huckins) 14 


183o(?)- " W. 37 


1872- 


Lillie (Davis) 118 


1797-1869 


" (Mudgett) 11 


1837- 1913 Victoria A. (Gibson) 




Margaret (Free- 




47 


37 




man) 118 


1856- 


" Alice (Huck- 


SNELL 


1868- 


Milton Leslie 118 




in8) 127 


Samuel 8 


SPOONER 


1832-32 


" B. 39 


Sarah 8 


1882- 


Alice (Ball) 56 


1834-1913 


" Charlotte 14 


SNELLING 


1875-79 


Arthur H. 130 




" E. 102 


1869- Emma 58 




Daniel Gale 130 




" " (Constan- 


George 58 


1839-1906 


" Webster 130 




tine) 132 


Lucinda (Thomas) 




Edward R. 56 


1847-1901 


" Hannah 95 


58 




Nancy (Wilson) 130 


1837-87 


" J. 88 


SNIDER 


1884-1914 Olive A. (Doane) 




•• L. (Benitez) 


John 120 




130 




90 


Orilla 120 


1847- 


Pauline F. (Huck- 


1823-1904 


Melvina (Hawkins) 




ins) 130 




so 


SNOW 


SPRINGER 


1832(?)-92MitKrvaE. 136 


Caroline 132 




Eliza (Lincoln! 30 


1868- 


Minnie I. 128 


SOREL 


1839-84 


Thankful N. 30 




Moses 47 88 


Flora (Choquette) 




Zebulon 30 


1786-1869 


Nancy 10 


98 
Marcel 98 


STAGE 


Susan 136 


1807-81 


'• 13 46 


1866- Mary 98 


STAHL 




1806-80 


" 47 


SOUBROUILLARD 


1892- 


Nellie J. (Alexan- 




" (Dodge) 127 


Apolline (Termi- 




der) 122 


1809-85 


" B. 12 


not) 113 


1890- 


Richard F. 122 




" " 35 


1866- Juliette Marie 113 




Sarah (.Shoop) 122 




Nathan 19 


Victor 113 




Solomon F. 122 


1881- 


Nellelu 93 


SOUTHWORTH 


STANDISH 


1827-83 


Orinda M. (Mud- 


Lucy A. 77 




Florence (Bacon) 69 




gett) 39 


SPALDING 


1886- 


Grace 69 




Paul 11 


SPAULDING 




Herbert 69 


1825-28 


Person C. 39 


Abigail (Frost) 136 


STANLE\ 




1821(?)- 


Phebe T. 13 


1861-1904 Cora B. 68 


1801-75 


Adeline L. 136 




Philip 47 


1813-48 Eliza (Rollins) 29 




Amanda (Judd) 138 


1908- 


Preston C. 115 


John L. 68 


1787-1862 


Elisha 17 


1909- 


Rachel 123 


1830-70 *• Orvis 68 


1833-1900 Franklin M. 51 




" (Crapson) 


1842- Lovina A. (Huck- 




George M. 51 
IdaC. (-) 51 




123 


ins) 68 






" (Green) 95 


Mary (Cutler) 136 




Jame'i 34 


1818-97 


J. (Huck- 


Nathaniel 138 




Josephine 117 




ins) 13 23 


1859- Nellie S. 68 


1789-1845 


Love (Durs^in) 




Richard 77 


1835-1911 Phoebe B. 136 




(Taylor) 17 


1907- 


Roland O. 90 


Putnam 136 




Mary Frances 75 




Samuel 10 


1809-1901 " Jr. 29 136 


1807-70 


Susan (Mills) (Lib- 


1812- 


Sarah 14 


Rhoda (Jewett) 68 




by) 34 


1795(?)-1863" (-) (Smith) 


Susan (Stage) 136 


1850- 


" C. (Huckins) 




19 


SPANGLER 




51 


1847-77 


" (Buzzell) 23 


Elizabeth 106 




William 136 




(McBride) 


SPEARE 


STANTON 




115 


Lemuel 112 




Mary 59 


1800-80 


A. (Ward) 


1848- Lucy M. 112 


STANWOOD 




136 


" " (Green) 




Lucretia 195 


1877- 


B. (Bunker) 


112 


STAPLES 






23 


SPELLICY 




.Jane 30 


1839-1906 


" C. (Philbrick) 


Hannah 56 


STARKEY 




39 


SPENCER 




Augusta C. (Lang) 


1826-1905 


'• E. (Drake) 13 


1730(?)- Abednego 8 




93 




Sewell 87 


1710(7)- Abigail 7 


1878- 


Cora E. 93 


1795-1878 


Shuah (Huckins) 39 


Ebenezer 43 




David 67 




Stephen 14 


Edith 67 




" 93 


1790-1863 


" Jr. 14 


John Greene 67 


1864- 


Marie 67 



184 



STARKEY cont'd 


STINSON cont'd 


SWEET 




1870- 


Mary I. (Mudge) 


1863- 


Fannie 114 




Lucy A. 24 




67 




Mary 114 


SYMONDS (see also 




Nancy (Vaughan) 




William 114 




SIMONDS) 




67 


STOCK 




1879- 


Alice L. (Huckins) 


STAUS 




1848-1914 Augusta 131 




93 


1873- 


Caroline E. 101 




Catherine (Osburg) 


1878- 


Arthur H. 93 




George G. 101 




131 


1900-00 


Charles 93 




Louisa A. (Roes- 




Edward 131 




Hannah S. (Jack- 




eer) 101 


STOCKWELL 




son) 93 


STEBBINS 


1908- 


Bernice L. 113 


1906- 


Rachel 93 




Sarah 34 


1898- 


Frances S. K. 113 


1899-1909 Raymond 93 


STEER 




1867- 


George Bucklin 113 


1902- 


Theodore 93 




Hannah (More) 123 


1872- 


Lucy F. (Huckins) 




Thomas 93 


1878- 


Maud 123 




113 


SYZE 






Stephen 123 




Sarah E. (Kendall) 


1867- 


Albert 103 


STENRUD 




113 


1908- 


Clvde Albert 103 


1878- 


Anna Josephine 119 




Seth 113 




James F. 103 




Harold 119 


1902-04 


Warren S. 113 


1903- 


Karl Ira 103 




Minna (Hammer) 


STOKES 




1868- 


Laura S. (Huckins) 




119 




Jeremiah 17 




103 


STETSON 




Lydia (Durgin) 17 




Martha B. (Griffin) 




Fred C. 85 


STONE 






103 




Mary E. (Sears) 85 




Acheah F. (Gould) 






1879- 


Rell W. 85 




68 


TABOR 




STEVENS 


1829-99 


Charles E. 68 


1775(?)- 


Lucy 133 




Abigail 59 102 


1833-1906 Frances L. (Huck- 


1810-71 


Sarah 133- 


1863- 


Adeline A. 106 




ins) 68 


TAISEY 






Augustus V. 35 




George H. 69 


1886- 


Bernice A. (Huck- 


18fi6- 


Bertha L. (Huck- 


1845- 


Hannah M. (Huck- 




ins) 108 




ins) 99 




ins) 6S 




Ellsworth 108 




Chandler 36 




Hiram C. 99 




Minnie (Lee) 108 


1850- 


Clara V. 35 


1868- 


Ina M. 99 


1889- 


William E. 108 




Clarissa D. (Green) 




Jonas 68 


TANDY 






35 




Louisa 75 




Lavina 31 




David 11 




Lucinda (Lane) 99 


TARBOX 






Edwin F. 106 


STORMS 






Andrew L. 91 




Elizabeth 8 


1870-96 


Catherine M. (Huck- 


1836- 


Lydia D. 91 




Ellen (Peabody) 106 




ins) 120 




Sarah J. (Rogers) 92 




Hannah 135 




Henrietta (Bodine) 


TARLSON 


1840- 


E. 36 




120 




George P. 95 


1856- 


JohnW. 99 




John C. 120 


1847-190 


Mary H. (Smith) 95 




Judith (-) 36 


1866- 


JosephusT. 120 


TATE 






Martha A. (Hodg- 


STORY 






Elizabeth 46 




don) 99 




Ruth 113 


TAYLOR 




1803-80 


Nancy 11 


STRAW 




1790-1858 Abigail 17 




Sarah (Webber) 11 




Abigail 45 




" 75 




Tristram B. 99 




Elizabeth 27 




" (Runnells) 


STEVENSON 




Mary Eunice 85 






1880- 


Andrew W. 130 


STRICKLAND 


1845- 


Almira W. (Pike) 




Anne W. (Taylor) 


1867-1901 


Albertie M. (Huck- 




(Shaw) 24 




91 




ins) 91 


1839-95 


Amanda P. (Huck- 


1871- 


Belle (Huckins) 91 




Charles Seba 91 




ins) 47 




Elizabeth (Reeves) 


1865- 


Frederick L. 91 




Anne W. 91 




130 




Mary 116 




Belle (Hill) 119 


1897- 


Frances Harriet 91 




Sophronia (Graves) 




Benjamin 38 


1867- 


Horace S. 91 




91 


1805-94 


Clarissa (Granville) 


1879- 


Madeline (Boles) 


STUART 






38 




130 




Frances C. 128 




Collins 70 


1896- 


Margaretta Price 91 




Josephine M. 127 


1840- 


David 24 




Richard 91 


STURTEVANT 




" 51 




Robert H. 130 




Mary 39 




" 70 


1900- 


William Tavlor 91 


SULLIVAN 




" 119 


STEWART 


1884- 


Elizabeth M. 95 




Deborah 47 


1867-98 


Harriet E. 93 




Ellen (Berry) 95 


1803-83 


Elijah 38 




Jane E. (Smith) 93 




Owen 95 




Ehphalet 17 




John J. 93 


SWAIN 






Elizabeth 43 


STILES 






Abigail 48 




(Davis) 




— (Daniels) 9 




Almena (Little) 50 




38 


1758-1857 


Anna (Foss) 9 




Darius 50 


1833- 


George C. 47 




Deborah (-) 9 




Deborah 7 




Georgia 87 




Elizabeth 60 


1858- 


Mabel 50 




Gilman R. 47 


1729- 


Mary (Huckins) 9 




Marv A. 98 




Harriet 83 




Moses 9 




Micijah 7 




Henry 24 


1710- 


Samuel 9 


SWEATT 






Jane 64 


1758-183. 


" Jr. 9 


SWETT 






Jemima 107 




William 9 


1869- 


Annie 117 




Jesse 31 


STILWELL 




Horace 117 


1787- 


John 17 




Eugenia 127 




Laura (Putnam)117 




Louisa (Coolidge) 51 


STIMPSON 1 




Mary 34 


1789-1845 


Love (Durgin) 17 




David 105 


SWEENEY 1 




Lucy A. (Sweet) 24 


1819-84 


Jane A. 105 


1840- 


Abbie A. 112 




Lydia (Huckins) 70 


STINSOW 


Susanna (— ) 105 




Elvira (Barrus) 
112 


1832- 


Martha Louise 51 
Mary 112 




Elizabeth 78 




John S. 112 




" (Baker) 47 



185 



TAYLOR cont'd 

1840- Mary (Huckins) 70 

Sarah H. 15 

Susan (Harriman) 
(Dolloff) 31 
1885- Virgie 119 

TEMPLE 

David 132 
1880- Mary 132 

Wilhelmina (Shaw) 



TENNY 

Submit C. 2 
TERMINOT 

Apolline 115 
TEWKSBURY 



132 



THARP 



Miri 



a 26 



Angelette (Holmes) 



Min 



; 101 



1826-1002 Sarah E. 101 
1829-1900 Sophronia 13 
THILL 

Margaret 65 
THING 
THWING 

1826-59 Caroline L. (Huck- 
ins) 62 
1823-81 Charles H. 62 

Eliza (Hall) 62 

Josephine P. (— ) 62 

Stephen 62 
THOMAS 

Benjamin 6 

Catherine (Brad- 
ford) 89 

Charles E. 89 

Denison C. 126 
1864-1908 George B. 88 
1892- Gertrude 89 

James 4 
1871- Jennie E. 126 

Lucinda 58 
1868- Lucretia C. (Huck- 

ins) 88 

Margaret (Rollins) 



1747- Mary (Jordan) 6 

1868-1907 Nancy 33 

Thomas R. 33 
1672(?)- Welthen 4 5 
THOMPSON 
1731-1822 Abigail (Emerson) 6 

Anna 64 
1860- Caroline Jane 113 

W. (Dud- 
ley) 113 
1878- Charles F. 127 

1796-1846 David 29 
1832- " J. 30 

1818-19 " S. 30 

1828-87 Eben S. 23 

Elizabeth 41 

(Stevens) 
8 

Ellen 37 

Flora (Baker) 127 

George 127 

Isaac M. 113 
1721-94 John 6 
1725(?)- Jonathan 5 



1825-91 Mahala E. 30 



1846-83 " E. (Pittam) 

63 
Miriam (Morrison) 

Nathaniel 8 
1845(?)-93 Philander 63 
Rhoda 119 
Robert 4 
1819-1902 Salvina (Hodge) 
(Huckins^ 137 
1728(?)- Samuel 5 
23 
Sarah 8 
1820-83 " 30 

" (Burnham) 6 
1792-1855 " (Huckins) 29 
1730(?)- " (Runnells) 5 

1829-55 " B. (Hana- 

ford) 23 
Sylvester 137 
1839-84 Thankful N. 

(Springer) 30 
THURSTON 

1853- Ada Evelyn (Huck- 

ins) 117 
1881- Agnes F. (Kennard) 

117 
Anstress (Cross) 18 
1873- Edith (Gale) 117 

1851- Edwin Augustus 117 

1883- " Ernest 117 



Jane (Towle) 117 
1876- " Cornelia 117 

1803-93 Martha 18 
1879- Mary Mehitable 117 

Oliver 18 
1877-90 Simon Harvey 117 
TIBBETTS 

Abigail 6 

Abner 81 

Bridgett 135 
1747-1817 Edmund 6 

Elijah 5 6 
1740-1819 Elizabeth (Hussey) 



Ephraim 5 

Henry 5 

Jeremiah 5 
1702-76 Joseph 5 
1741-1823 " Jr. 6 
1730(?)- Love 5 
1736-1811 " 6 
1719(?)- " (Drew) 5 6 

Mary 6 

" (White) 6 
1806-64 Olive 81 
1744-1823 Phebe 6 
1752-1829 Robert 6 
1739-1833 Rose 6 
1752(?)- " 6 

" (Austin) 5 
1804-80 Sarah 81 

" (Davis) 81 
1707-76 '• (Huckins) 



TILTON 



(Em 

Daniel 24 
33 



1821-1900 " L. 24 
Elizabeth 10 
1861-1908 Emma M. (Chase) 
86 96 
Hannah (Simpson) 
24 
1806-88 John F. 29 86 
1849- " O. 86 

1842-82 Laura A. (Pike) 24 



TILTON cont'd 
1797-1868 Mary M. (Kimball) 
(Ham) 33 
Ruth (Emmons) 29 
1817-94 Sarah J. (RolHns) 29 
86 
Sherburn 29 
TITCOMB 

Eliza S. (Simpson) 
130 
1825-1903 Sarah E. 130 
Stephen 130 
TODD 
1855-84 Eliza A. (Pirritte) 





Louise 79 




Naomi (Hedges) 79 


TOSSEY 




1834- 


Jane H. 54 




Moses 54 




Rachel (— ) 54 


TOWLE 






Abigail (Nelson) 57 


1856-57 


Albert W. 57 


1871- 


Alice L. 57 




Alonzo 117 


1876- 


Bernard L. 117 




Caroline (Gilman) 



1858-69 Martha E. 57 
1860-1912 Nellie 75 

1863- " B. (Haneon) 

57 
Rensselaer 75 
Robey M. 57 
1830-82 Samuel N. 57 
TOWNSEND 
1869-80 Agnes R. 67 
1880-95 Frances F. 67 
1874- Helen M. 67 

1846- Laura (Huckins) 67 

Luther K. 67 
1836- " T. 67 

Mary T. (Call) 67 
TRACY 

1834-66 Edward 70 
1831-1900 Elizabeth B. 90 

1864- James E. 70 
Jane (Bagley) 70 

1866- Lucy (Herbert) 70 

1838- Martha (Huckins) 

70 

Rhoda (Chase) 90 

Stephen 90 

Thcmas 70 
TRASK 

Charles H. 76 

Ethel N. (Hart) 76 
1883-1905 Grace L. 76 
TRAUTWEIN 

Amelia 71 
TRIPP 

Ichabod 85 
1825-1900 Lucinda (Hart) 85 
TRUNDY 

1735(?)- George 6 
1737- Olive (Jordan) 6 

TRUSSELL 

Cehnda C. 43 
TUCKER 
1840-99 Anna 60 

Eliza (Hussey) 104 

George 59 60 
1803-84 Henr> 36 



186 



TUCKER cont'd 

John 104 

Luoinda (Gile) 59 60 
1819-78 Olive (Gallup) 36 

Purley 36 

Rebecca F. (Lyon) 
36 
1799-1895 Sarah 19 
1840- " Jane 104 

1850- " M. 59 60 

TUFTS 

Sibyl 82 
TURNBILL 

Isabella 128 
TURNER 

Hannah L. 100 
TUTTLE 

Addison D. 56 

Caroline (Hoyt) 56 
1856-1912 Ida M. 56 

Rose 6 

Sarah 38 
TYLER 

Clara (Damon) 14 
1846-1912 Elizabeth A. 14 

Jamea 14 

Relief 84 

Susan 42 

UTTER 

1885(?)- Alta 113 

Elizabeth (— ) 113 

William 113 
VALENTINE 

Jane (Paul) 100 

John E. 100 
1862-1906 Marietta L. 100 
VALLE 

Zulima 98 
VALLEAU 

1861- George E. 78 

1861-86 Harriet (Madden) 

78 
VANCE 
1885- Camille 131 

Helen (Pratt) 131 

John 131 
1806- Lucy M. 64 

Maria H. (Ben- 
jamin) 64 

Nathan 64 
VAN DER HOVEN 

Elizabeth 22 
VAN DYKE 
1865(?)-98 Alice 50 
VANSELL 

Parthenia (Savage) 
114 
1871- Phoebe L. 114 

Samuel 114 
VARNEY 

Jane 85 
VAUGHAN 

Nancy 67 
VEASEY 
1.867- Caroline E. 87 

Georgia (Taylor) 87 

Hosea Q. 87 
VINOPP 

Louisa 119 
VINSON 

Anna Y. 61 
VIRGIN 

Esther A. 90 
VOGEL 

Magdalene 44 
VREDENBURG 






:ii 



WADE 

Cassie 125 
WAID 

1885- Annie M. (Dunn) 71 

1884- Charles 71 



71 

Philander 71 
WAIT 
WAITE 

1864- James 0.72 

Mary 13 
1871- Mertie E. (Ed- 

wards) 72 

Ruth (Osgood) 72 

Sarah 23 44 

Seymour 72 
WALDRON 

Aaron 28 
1779-1825 " Jr. 28 60 

Azariah 57 

Daniel B. 101 

Deborah (Brown) 
57 

Drusilla (Parshley) 
101 

Emmarette E. 

(Knowlton) 55 

George A. 55 

Hannah (Boody) 28 
60 
1792-1825 •■ B. 60 

Isaac 60 
1835-60 Jane 101 
1868- " M. 55 

Mary 57 
1786-1861 " (Huckins) 28 
(Whitcher) 6C 
1798- Rhoda E. 57 

1800-78 Sarah 60 
WALKER 

Deborah 28 

Huldah (— ) 29 

Lodemia 76 

Mary A. 71 

Nathaniel 28 

Rhoda A. 66 

Sarah 37 
1902 " A. (Gibson) 



1817- 



37 



(Pearl) 28 



Eliza 125 
WALLACE 

1817-1908 Abigail 13 
1811-86 Calvin 12 

Charles B. 66 
1880- Clara 87 

1809-87 Cordelia 12 
1819-54 Deborah 13 
1815(?)-1901 Eliza J. (Martin) 



1841- 



12 



K. (Keyes) 
(Joslin) 13 
Elizabeth 12 
1805(?)-53 •' (Sleeper) 12 
1807-34 Enoch 12 
1859- Frances (Huckins) 

87 
Inez J. (Powell) 66 
.822-1909 James 13 
1815-1903 John 13 

Leonard 68 
.799-1880 Levi 12 
1813-41 Lois 12 
1780-1864 " (Huckins) 12 
1842- Lovina A. (Huck- 

ins) (Spalding) 68 
1803-74 Lydia 12 

" (Hurd) 87 
1832-92 Martha (Burdick) 

13 
1810(?)-91 •' (Woodman) 

1858-1910 Mary F. c'o 



WALLACE cont'd 

Nathaniel 12 
1843-1907 Reuben 68 
1805-76 Robert 12 
7172-1823 Samuel 12 
1801-91 " Jr. 12 

Sarah (Wright) 68 
" A. (Morrill) 
(Bennett) 12 
1829-1900 Sophronia (Thaver) 

13 
1805-48 Susan R. (Hubbard) 
12 
Willia 



1812-{ 



Jr. 87 



1858- 
WALTERS 

1836-1914 Alanson 64 
1866- Colonel E. 64 

1838-70 Irena G. (Huckins) 
64 
Jane (Taylor) 64 
John 64 
1870- Lola M. (Barkley) 

64 
1863- Ota 64 

1820-95 Adeline C. 136 
1801-75 " L. (Stanley) 

136 
1836-68 Albert N. 36 
1845- Caroline M. 23 

1813-82 Charles P. 136 
1811-98 Cynthia 136 

Dorothy (Osgood) 
136 
1806- Elbridge A. 36 

1804- Eliza 136 

Frances L. 58 
1777-1867 Hannah (Huckins) 

18 136 
1840- " E. (Stev- 

ens) 36 
1818-94 Harvey H. 136 



Hiri 



136 



1815(?)-1910 Jane M. (Wright) 
136 
John 54 
Jonathan 36 
1809-68 Joseph N. 136 
1809-75 Lois (Huckins) 36 
1823-1905 Lucretia T. 54 
1807- Mary 136 

(Moulton) 38 
Mehitable (San- 
born) 36 
1832(7)-92 Minerva E. (Smith) 
J36 
Nancy B. (Pease) 23 
25 
185.5- Nellie A. 25 

1779-1851 Osgood 18 136 

Phinehas 136 
1835-1911 Phoebe B. (Spald- 
ing) 136 
Samuel 23 25 
Sarah (Young) 54 
1800-80 " A. 136 

1816-33 Warren 136 
WARDER 

Ann 52 

1872- Charlotte C. 45 

Ellen M. (Fields) 46 
Gilbert J. 46 
Rachel 20 

WARNER 

Albert 115 

_, - " S. 115 

1873-1905 CoraE. 115 
Henrv 94 
859- Jane A. 94 

Laura (Davis) 115 
Rachel (Miller) 94 

1901- Sarah E. 115 



187 



WARREN 

Amelia J. 121 
Asenath (Hemen- 

1838-1902 B njamin F. D. 43 
1802-67 Caroline (Huckins) 

42 
1831-1904 " E. (Ever- 
ett) 43 
K. 126 
1826-52 Charles F. M. 42 
Harriet 22 
James 20 
" 42 
1834-1907 " H. 43 
1827-1904 John 43 
1798-1867 Joseph 42 
1831-91 " H. 42 

1821-90 Julianna 42 
Mary 43 

E. (Winters) 
43 
" F. (Pendley) 
42 
1823-51 " H. 42 

1840- " L. (Chap- 

man) 43 
Priscilla (Merrill) 20 
1777-1844 Sarah 40 
1796-1871 " 20 

" (Millikin) 42 
1836-1901 " F. 43 
1824-25 Susan 42 



WATSON cont'd 

1805-54 Hannah (Huckins) 

18 35 
1825-27 James H. 35 
1838- " Harvey 35 

1827-81 Joseph H, 35 
1764-1856 Lydia (Huckins) 18 
35 



)-30 



42 



WATERS 



1846- 



18 

Mary E. (Center- 
bar) 35 
1836-65 Olive (Knox) 35 
1845-1910 Oren H. 35 
1823-99 Orison 35 
1836- Osgood H. 35 

1805-88 Paul C. 18 35 
1835-35 Sarah 35 
WATTS 
1879- Eleanor D. 131 

James 131 

Mary (Perry) 131 
WAY 

Catherine 122 



WELLS cont'd 

John 24 

Mary 49 

Sarah (Drake) 24 
WELT 
1S49- Alister L. 62 

Eliza (Overlook) 62 
1851- Margaret A. (Foss) 

62 

Richard 62 
WENTWORTH 

Lydia 13 
WERIKOW 

Esther 80 
WEST 

Elizabeth 57 

Hannah 62 
WESTCOTT 

Sarah 99 
WESTLAKE 

Helen K. 124 
WETHERBEE 
1915- Eleanor 105 

"8- Emma A (Huckins) 



WEATHERSTON 
Jane 78 
WEBB 



123 



1875- 



Uriah 43 
1828-32 William 42 
WASHBURN 

Cyrus 81 

Mary (Phillips) 81 
1834- Sarah E. 81 

WASHUM 

America (Hignight) 
128 
1884- Anna E. (Huckins) 

128 
1880- Charles H. 128 

Matthew 128 

1890- Arthur L. 92 

1892- Bernice (Wheeler) 

John P. 92 

Lula (Leighton) 92 
WASSON 

John S. 131 
1861- Nina A. (Crosby) 



131 

49 

Emeline (Converse) 

49 
Mary E. 49 



1863- 
WATKINS 

Mary K. 120 
WATSON 

1842- Anna M. 35 

1832-60 Cilissa A. 35 
1850- Clara V. (Stevens) 

35 

Daniel 18 
1829-52 " 35 

1765-1853 " Jr. 18 35 
1830-90 Eliza A. (Franklin) 

35 
1791- Elizabeth W. 

Esther A. 72 
1850- " M. (East- 

man) 35 

Eunice 16 
" (-) 18 
1850-50 George 35 
1795-1883 Hale 18 
1847- " 35 

1792-1870 Hannah 18 
1826-84 " (Allen) 35 



1876- Laura R. 87 

Mary (Cline) 87 

Nancy (Cony) 82 
1793-^836 Pauline 82 41 
WEBBER 

Anne E. (Russell) 
84 

1863- Charles E. 84 

1831-99 " H. 84 

1850- Etta (Merrill) 84 

Horace 84 
1851-1905 " L. 84 

Relief (Tyler) 84 

Sarah 11 
1828-96 Susan A. (Huckins) 

84 
WEBSTER 

Elizabeth 124 

Jane 60 
" (Staples) 30 

Lucia 31 

Lucinda 23 

Mary 15 
" A. 44 
1825-94 Nancy (Dollo£f) 30 

31 
1861- Nettie F. 31 

Susan 25 

Thomas 30 
1805-87 William M. 30 31 
WEDGEWOOD 

Ruth M. 38 
WEEKS 
1875- Adelaide N. 52 

Almira (Cox) 52 
1853- Ashlev 52 

John 52 



Mar 



. 74 



52 



105 
Ivers S. 105 
Levi K. 105 
Mary E. (Cram) 

105 



WHEATON 

Ida 92 
WHEELER 

1871-95 Ada 107 
1877- Alice 92 

1883- " L. (Gulliver) 

108 
1875-76 " M. 92 

1844-79 Asenath C. 33 
Bernice 92 



WELCH 

1807-36 Arabella 80 

1852- Flora 120 

Joseph F. 120 
Rachel (Gettes) 120 

1845- Almira W. (Pike) 24 

Apphia 45 
Elizabeth 119 

1830-1907 Henry C. 24 



_. Bessii 

1845-85 Briggs 107 

Edward 92 

Elizabeth 70 
1857- Ella (Huckins) 92 

1873- " C. (Earley) 107 

1876- Ellen M. (Bigelow) 

107 
1881- Elson C. lOS 

1873- Fred E. 107 
Gardner 92 
George 33 

1854- " F. 92 

Henrietta (— ) 33 
1875- Herbert E. 107 

Jacob 107 
1879- Lulu 92 

Martha (Hall) 92 
1890-90 Myrtle 92 

Phoebe (Mandigo) 
107 
1848-1903 Rosalie L. (Huck- 
ins) 107 

1874- Rose 92 
1879- Willis L. 108 
WHIDDEN 

1808-62 Irene (Pollard) 

(Huckins) 33 

Jane 7 

" (Moore) 33 72 

1785-1842 Mary 33 

1797-1868 " M. (Kimball) 

(Ham) (Tilton) 

Nathaniel 33 72 

Pitts W. 33 
1803-95 Sarah 72 

WiUiam P. 33 
WHIPPLE 
1817-75 Irene 29 

Joseph 29 

Lydia (Blaisdell) 29 
WHITAKER 

Hannah 18 
WHITCHER 

Ann 18 



188 



WHITCHER cont'd 

Batchelder 12 

Delia 75 

Mary 60 
1810-86 •• A. 12 

Nancy (Smith) 12 
WHITE 

Charlea 67 

Emma 108 

James 20 
1814-88 Joseph C. 21 
1750(?)- Mary 6 
1811-82 " A. (Guernsey) 

21 

Sarah (French) 67 
1824-98 " F. 67 

Susan (Atwood) 
(Rand) 21 
WHITEHOUSE 
1831-98 Abigail W. 103 

Andrew 103 

Judith 99 

Mary T. (Wise) 103 
WHITMAN 
1876- Hugh H. 87 

Nancy J. (Coleman) 
87 

Oren H. 87 
1882- Rena L. (Pike) 87 

WmTMAR 

Frances 81 
WHITMORE 

Amelia A. 106 
WHITNEY {see also WITNEY) 
1835-84 Amanda A. (Huck- 

ins) 50 
1811-89 David M. 50 

Edna (Moss) 52 

Janet (McCoy) 50 
1889- Mahel 52 

Richard 50 

William 52 

WHITTEN 

Albert 70 

Elmina (Hayford) 
70 



WILKINS 

Elizabeth (— ) 38 
WILKINSON 

Bonning 14 26 
?93-1851 Bradbury 14 
1830-97 Charles H. 14 

Deborah (Langley) 
14 26 

1846-1912 Elizabeth A. (Tyler) 
14 



14 

1831-97 " (Power3)14 

1833-65 Hortense (Brown) 14 

Jacob 14 
1824-70 John H. 14 
1828-49 Lovina 14 

Leah (Randlett) 14 
1841-72 Martha E. L. (Col- 
bv) 14 
-1913 Mary C. (Smith) 14 
-74 " D. (Wilkin- 

son) 14 
-1904 " M. (Moses) 14 
1820-78 " P. 14 

1826-62 Nancy (Robie) 14 

Nina T. 90 
1789-1864 Susan 15 26 

W. 14 
WILLARD 

Harriet 58 
WILLERTON 

Christopher 58 
Harriet (Baldwick) 



1859- 



58 



Nathan B. 88 
1847- " " Jr. 88 

1884-85 Ralph E. 70 
1864- Sarah S. (Huckins) 



Hannah (Hanson) 
60 

Henry A. 62 

John 60 

Ruth 16 
1838-93 Samuel C. 60 
1837- Sarah F. (Dennett) 

(Foss) 62 
WIBURD 

Sarah 11 
WIER 

1884- Elizabeth 115 

1870- Mary 121 

" (Wier) 115 
" J. (Wallace) 
121 

Thomas 115 

William 121 
WIGGIN 
1818-89 Adeline 46 

Chase 46 

Mary (Eaton) 46 
WILBUR 

Huldah L. 51 

Laura 89 



P. (Carle- 
ton) 58 
1852- Robert C. 58 

WILLEY 

Charies W. 76 

Frances 7 
1799-1857 Sarah (Young) 76 
WILLUMS 

Bridgett (Tibbetts) 
135 

Elizabeth 44 

Emeline 59 

Emily C. 67 
1702(?)- Hannah 7 
63 

John 135 

Mary 33 
1856- " B. (Plum) 79 

Pharozina (— ) 76 
1749-1823 Robert 9 

Ruth (— ) 7 

Sarah (Pinkham) 9 

Walter W. 79 

William 7 
WILLIS 

John 86 

Joshua 32 
1876-1910 Margaret E. 86 

Mary J. (Donovan) 



WILLOUGHBY 



Olive (Aldrich) 32 



WILSON cont'd 

Nancy 130 
1808-64 Nathaniel 21 
1811-1901 Ruth J. (Seward) 
21 

Samuel 65 

Sarah 78 
" C. 123 
1836- " E. 101 

William 75 
101 
WILTSE 

Ellen 52 
WINDREM 

Charlotte 138 
WINTERS 

Mary E. 43 

Nathan 43 
WISE 

Mary T. 103 
WISHON 

Rebecca 128 
WITHERELL 

Ada 53 
WITHERS 

Amelia 118 
WITNEY 

Eliza (Wall) 125 

James 125 
1883- Jessie E. 125 

WOOD 

Julia 77 
WOODBURY 

Susanna C. 26 
WOODMAN 
1843-53 Aaron H. 60 
1848-54 Abigail C. 60 

Andrew 15 

Anna (Carr) 27 
1841-84 Charles A. 60 
1851-1914 Dana J. 60 
1845-1915 Daniel S. 60 

Edward 3 
1851- Eliza A. (Garland) 

60 

Emma (Hopkins) 60 

Hannah (Bacon) 15 
1839-44 " B. 60 

John 3 
" 12 
" 60 
1835-35 " 61 

1802-84 Joshua 60 
1829-1904 LovillaE. 15 
1856-1912 Margaret (Cahill) 60 
1810(?)-91 Martha 12 
1812-95 " A. (Huck- 

ins) 60 
1839- Myra Jane 60 

1812-92 Ruth H. (Harper) 

27 
1803- Samuel 27 

Sarah (Calef) 60 
1654- Sarah (Burnham) 

(Huckins) 3 

Thomas 27 
WOODRUFF 



65 

George 65 
James 21 
Louisa 107 108 
Lucinda (Page) 21 
Margaret (Dickson) 



1866-95 Mary 75 



65 



Aim 



1 136 



1808-47 Frances 80 

1807- Mary (Ward) 136 

1809-72 Sophia 80 

WOOLmSER 

1868- Ella B. 79 

John J. 79 

Mary (Loughridgo) 
79 
WORTHEN 

Adeline 93 

Charles 47 

Joanna (Chase) 47 

Lydia 73 
1878- Mina A. 87 

" G. (Moulton) 
87 



189 



WORTHEN cont'd 


WYATT 


YOUNG cont'd 


1812-81 


Nancy C. 47 


Clarissa 73 


1804-86 John 17 




Warren B. 87 




LidaD. 118 


WRIGHT 




YAWMAN 


1896- Margaret (Huckins) 


1875- 


Adah A. (Huber) 


Barbara A. 109 


111 




44 

Adeline (Fordham) 
64 


YEATON 

Flora V. 73 


Nancy 28 

Ruby (Montgom- 
ery) 111 


1857- 


Charles D. 44 


John 104 


Sarah 54 




W. 136 


1846-1912 Mercy A. 104 


1799-1857 " 76 


1851-71 


Cora (Huckins) 49 


Susan (Haley) 104 


1877- Sherman 111 


1860-95 


Elizabeth (Felch) 44 


YETTER 


William 111 


1870-71 


Enos A. 49 


Emeline 106 




1862- 


Eva L. 64 


Sarah A. 40 


ZIMMER 


1828-1902 


Frances L. (Huck- 


YORK 


1877- — (Smith) 71 




ins) 44 


1856- Daniel C. 24 


1850-1911 Abigail C. (Huck- 


1815(?)-1910 JaneM. 136 


1857-1909 Dora J. (Plaisted) 


ins) 71 


1853- 


Jessie F. 44 


24 


1870- Angeline (Schraw) 




Joel A. 49 

Martha B. (Bad- 


Mary (Brown) 24 
E. 28 


71 
Amelia (Trautwein) 




lett) 49 


Oscar F. 24 


71 




Mary A. (Webster) 
44 


YOUNG 


1877- Harry R. 71 
Henry 71 


1851- 


'• F. 44 


- (Nason) 17 


1845- " J. 71 


1824-91 


Nehemiah 44 


Alva A. 29 


1870- William H. 71 




Rachel 64 


1837-1906 Caroline A. (Flan- 


ZIMMERMAN 




Samuel 44 


ders) (Rollins) 29 


1882- Carl H. 102 




Sarah 68 


Daniel 17 


1884- Ethel R. (Huckins) 




" 111 


Deborah 28 


102 




Thomas G. 64 


Eliza 60 


John 102 


1850- 


Ximenez 49 


1799-1869 Eunice (Durgin) 17 


Laura (Meier) 102 



PLACE INDEX 



Names of places not followed by further designation are in New Hampshin 



Aberdeen, Scot., 37 

Abilene, Kans., 22 

Abington, Va., 67 

Acton, Me., 74 

Addison, Me., 92 

Adrian, III., 64 

Mich., 37 52 

Ainsworth, Iowa, 66 

Albany, N. H., 97 

N. Y. {?), 38 

Albert Lea, Minn., 11 

Alexandria, N. H., 13 29 39 48 60 
67 86 90 136 
Va., 32 

Allen, Mich., 52 

Allenstown 14 26 

Alleaton, R. I., 24 

Alton 13 28 57 59 75 99 102 103 
132 

Amadore, Mich., 138 

American Fork, Utah, 124 

Amherst 23 59 

Amsterdam, N. Y., 24 

Anderson, Mich., 52 

Aadover, Mass., 62 
Me., 26 

Ann Arbor, Mich., 53 

Applegate, Oreg., 22 

Apple Grove, P. Q., 108 

Appleton, Wis., 53 58 102 

Arlington, M.ass., 20 84 88 89 
105 

Aacott, P. Q., 136 

Aahburn, Ont., 78 

Ashburnham, Mass., 93 

Aahby, Mass., 50 91 92 93 

Ashland 15 19 25 26 39 40 41 44 
45 46 54 55 56 85 86 87 
90 93 95 97 98 132 137 

Atchison, Mo., 114 

Athena, Mich., 36 

Athoi, Mass., 51 92 

Atkinson, Me., 105 

Atlantic, Iowa, 42 43 114 
Mass.. 56 83 

Auburn, Me., 4 85 

Augusta, Ga., 84 

Aurora, Ind., 127 



Mo. 



128 



Ausable, Mich., 94 
Avon, Me., 38 
Ayer, Mass., 51 92 

Bagot, Manit., 117 
Balnbridge, N. Y.. 40 
Baltimore. Md., 67 72 
Bandon, Oreg., 37 
Bangor, Me., 18 19 20 21 36 41 
42 61 75 80 81 127 137 
Baptiste, Ont., 78 
Barnet, Vt., 68 
Barn3tead9 11 16 18 19 21 28 32 

33 57 59 83 97 103 
Barnston, P. Q., 70 71 131 
Barrington 7 8 9 11 15 16 21 27 
28 29 57 59 60 61 62 
100 101 104 136 
Bartlett 35 
Bath, Me., 24 



Bath N. Y., 64 

" Ont., 78 
Bay City, Mich., 52 53 94 1 

116 
Bayfield, N. B., 52 
Beaver Lake, Mich., 52 94 
Bedford, Mass., 101 

N. H., 89 94 
Beiseker, Alta., 66 
Belfast, Ire., 76 
Me., 21 
Belle Fontaine, Ohio, 76 
Bellingham, Wash., 40 
Bellows' Falls, Vt., 71, 87 
Belmont 25 
Bennington 75 76 
Benson, Nebr., 124 
Benton Harbor. Mich., 38 
Bcntonville, Ark., 122 
Beriin, Prussia, 63 
Berrvessa, Cal., 106 
Bethel, Me., 26 
Bethlehem 15 133 
BiggsviUe, III., 106 
Billerica, Mass., 73 133 
Billings, Mo., 128 
Birmingham, Mich., 77 
Bisbee, N. Dak., 76 
Blaine, Mich., 138 
Blondinsville, 111., 65 
Blue Springs, Nebr., 72 
Bolton, Mass., 103 
" P. Q., 76 98 
" Vt., 97 
Boscawen 15 31 

Boston, Mas3., 14 21 22 38 42 43 
49 57 58 60 62 67 68 71 
73 75 82 83 84 85 88 89 
90 91 93 94 99 100 101 
102 104 105 113 117 118 
126 127 129 131 133 134 
Bowdoinham, Me , 40 
Boynton, P. Q., 69 70 71 72 108 

113 
Bradford, 111., 110 
Mass., 34 
Vt., 58 
Braidwood, III., 44 
Brentwood 11 21 31 
Bridgeton. Me.. 83 
Bridgewater 17 20 29 31 32 33 
45 47 48 63 64 66 
68 69 70 72 73 74 
90 106 136 
Brighton. Mass., 31 105 
Bristol, Me., 40 

N. H., 10 13 29 31 32 
33 38 39 40 54 60 67 73 
85 86 90 129 
Broadwell, Ohio, 106 
Brockton, Mass., 13 
Brockwav Centre, Mich., 96 
Brookfield 74 
Brooklin, Ont., 78 79 80 121 122 

124 125 126 
Brookline, Mass., 38 67 105 

N. H., 55 
Brooklyn, Mich., 91 

N. Y., 116 121 

151 



Brown Hill, P. Q., 69 71 108 
Brownsville, Ind., 82 
Bucksport, Me., 40 
Buda. III.. 109 110 114 
Buffalo, N. Y., 62 100 109 115 130 
Burlington, 111., 67 

Iowa, 110 

Vt., 40 80 
Burnside, 111., 63 64 65 66 106 
Burt, Mich., 121 
Burton, Ohio, 25 
Bushkill, Pa., 40 
Buxton, Me., 42 84 
Byfield, Mass., 92 

Cadillac, Mich., 96 
Calais, Me., 62 
Caldwell, Kans., 114 
Calhoun, Ky., 121 
Cambridge, Mass., 21 28 38 41 

42 61 90 131 

Vt., 72 
Campton 14 19 24 34 45 47 73 

85 86 88 95 
Canaan 14 70 
Candia 10 32 
Candor, N. Y., 136 
Cannon City, Col., 49 

Minn., 81 129 
Canterbury 5 10 12 13 20 33 34 

45 54 63 72 74 99 
Canton, Mass., 95 
Cape Elizabeth, Me., 6 
Cape Town, Cape Colony, 61 
Carbon, Ind., ill 
Carlisle, Iowa, 124 
Carmi, 111., 75 
Carpenteria, Cal., 136 
Carthage, III., 30 64 105 106 

N. Y., 80 
Case, Col., 138 
Cassville, P. Q., 69 
Castile, N. Y., 36 
Cavendish, Vt., 47 
Central Citv, S. Dak., Ill 
Centre Harbor 10 11 12 15 24 26 
39 46 55 85 93 
97 98 

Centreville, Mass., 73 
Chadwick, III., 23 
Champaign, III., 109 
Champlain, Vt., 97 
Chance, S. Dak,, 65 
Chardon, Ohio, 115 
Charieston, Me., 61 62 105 

S. Car., 62 
Chariestown, Mass., 41 60 101 

104 119 
Chatham II!., 44 

Mich., 52 



N. 1 



, 122 



N. H.. 18 35 75 
Chatham Ont., 37 
Chattanooga, Tenn., 65 
Chelsea, Mass., 29 83 88 

Vt., 65 
Cherry, Col., 66 
Cherry Dell, Mo., 119 
Chester, N. S.. 92 



192 



Chesterfield 92 
ChesteiviUe, Me., 19 60 
Chevenne Wells, Col., 66 
Chicago, 111., 13 41 42 68 69 71 

77 80 81 83 84 91 102 

106 109 110 111 116 

119 123 132 
Chicago Heights, 111., 39 
Chichester 16 100 
Chillicothe, Mo., 119 
China, Mich., 96 
Cincinnati, Ohio, 116 
Claremont 45 
Clarence, Mo., 118 119 
Clarenoeville, P. Q., 107 
Clarendon, Vt., 50 
Clarinda, Iowa, 114 
Clark, Ont., 78 
Clav Centre, Nebr., 12 
Cleveland, Ohio, 61 116 
Clinton, Iowa, 38 131 

Mass., 94 
Clvde, 111., 66 

Mich., 121 
Cocheco Marsh 4 

Parish 7 
Coffeyville, Kans., 36 
Cohasset, Mas.s., 68 
Coin, Iowa, 66 67 
College Springs, Iowa, 67 
Commerce, Okla., 125 
Compton, Cal., 72 
P. Q. 33 
Concord, Mass., 104 

Me., 49 

N. H., 23 29 32 36 39 

66 71 95 96 97 134 
Contoocook 39 
Conwav 35 38 118 119 
Cookstown, Ont., 123 
Coral, Mich., 96 
Corinth, Me., 62 81 106 
N. Y., 30 
Vt., 48 
Cornish, Me., 129 
Cornwall, Eng., 3 
Council Bluffs, Iowa, 64 
Cover Hill, P. Q., 130 
Covington, Ohio. 81 82 
Creighton, Nebr., 79 
Creston, Iowa, 111 120 
Crohand, Eng., 37 
Croswell, Mich., 121 
Croton, Ont., 37 
Crown Point, N. Y.. 10 17 
Cuba, Mo.. 127 

Dallas City, 111.. 63 67 
Danvers, Mass., 38 57 75 
Danville, 111., 128 

Vt., 8 18 33 41 116 
Davenport, Iowa, 58 102 

Ont., 80 
Davton, Ohio, 72 81 
Decatur, 111., 44 
Deerfield 49 58 61 
Delaware, Ind., 81 129 
Delta, Col., 36 
Den%'er, Col., 58 137 
Derbv, Vt., 70 71 
Derbv Line, Vt., 33 108 
Desefet, Utah, 64 
Des Moines, Iowa, 22 58 106 

114 124 
De Soto, Wis., 72 
Detroit, Mich., 50 52 76 77 119 

130 
Devonshire, Eng., 3 
De Witt, Iowa, 109 
Dexter, Me., 42 
Digby, N. S., 68 
Dixon, Mo., 127 128 
DixviUe, P. Q., 33 
Dorchester, Mass.. 56 61 82 83 
88 93 101 105 126 



Dorchester N. H.. 28 62 
Dover, N. H., 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

16 19 27 28 50 52 60 82 

83 100 104 129 



Ohio 



115 



Draper. S. Dak., 79 

Dresden, Ont.. 37 

Dublin 82 

Dumfries, Scot., 84 

Dunbarton 60 

Dundas, Minn., 129 

Dunlap, 111., 113 

Durham. 111.. 30 

N.H., 3 4 5 6 7 89 10 
16 17 18 34 35 36 133 

Duxbury, Mass., 126 



East Andover 51 
■' Bolton, P. Q., 56 
" Cornish. Me., 62 
" Dedham, Mass., 
" Enofburg. Vt., 115 
" Farnham. P. Q.. 10 
" Hebron 86 

Jordan, Mich., 53 



93 



Mill 



, Mas 



. 101 



Saginaw, Mich.. 53 
"• Templeton, Mass., lli 
" Trenton. Me., 41 
■' Windsor, Conn., 62 
Eaton 18 34 74 75 
Eaton Rapids, Mich., 76 77 119 

120 
Edgartown, Mass.. 31 67 107 
Edina, Mo., 122 
Edwards\-ille. 111.. 127 
Effingham 17 18 20 34 38 40 41 
42 43 82 85 117 118 

Falls 20 42 
Egmondville, Ont.. 122 
Elgin, III., 129 
Elizabeth, N. J., 136 
Elkhart, Ind., 110 
Ellsworth, Me., 81 
Elmwood, III, 109 
Elroy, Wis., 106 
Ely, P. Q., 37 
Embden, Me., 43 91 118 
Enfield 90 135 
Ecosburg, Vt.. 35 90 
Epsom 57 87 
Ernesttown. Ont., 78 
Errol 26 

Essex. Mass., 105 
Eve: - "" 



I. 111., 6 



Evansville, Wis., 52 
Everett, Mass., 33 95 

Wash., 96 
Evergreen, Col., 118 
Exeter, Me., 80 81 126 127 
N. H., 41 51 87 100 
Exira. Iowa, 42 

Fairbanks, Alaska, 120 
Fairbury, Nebr., 115 
Fairmount, Me., 40 
Fairview, Pa., 126 
Fall River, Mass., 84 
Falmouth. Me., 82 
Farmington, Conn., 136 

Me.. 38 

N. H., 6 18 59 103 

104 105 
Featherstone, Minn., 65 
Fergus, Ont., 78 
Ferrisbuig, Vt., 38 
Fitch Bay, P. Q., 107. 108. 109 
115 



Flint Creek, 111., 40 

Forest, Ont., 110 

Fort Androscoggin, Me., 4 

" Madison, Iowa, 114 
Fortville, Ind., 127 
Fort William Henry, N. Y., 10 
Fountain Green, 111., 64 65 
Foxborough, Mass., 95 
Framingham, Mass., 60 
Francis, Okla., 128 
Franconia 84 

Franklin, N. H., 14 30 38 51 88 
N. J.. 22 
Vt., 91 
Freedom 17 18 34 35 36 41 42 
74 75 84 116 117 118 
119 
Freeland, Wvo., 45 
Fremont 11 38 51 94 
Fryeburg, Me.. 20 35 

Galegburg, 111., 64 
Galveston, Tex., 62 63 
Gardiner, Me., 50 59 83 
Gardner, 111., 66 

Mass., 112 
Garrettsville, Ohio, 61 
Georgetown, P. Q., 107 
Georgeviile, P. Q., 107 108 109 
Gilford 14 19 23 26 30 38 56 134 
Oilman, Mont., 65 
Gilmanton 9 10 11 18 19 20 22 
25 31 37 38 40 41 42 
43 50 51 55 58 82 
Glen Major, Ont., 123 
Glen Sharrard, Ont., 123 
Goflstown 49 71 
Goldsborough, Me., 6 
Gorham 78 
Grafton, Mass., 69 112 113 

N. H.. 23 55 60 
Granby, N. Y., 13 
Grand Forks, N. Dak., 76 

" Junction, Ccl., 42 

" Rapids. Wis., 66 
Granger, Mo., 65 
Grangerville, Idaho, 33 
Graniteville, Mass., 71 
Granville, Mich., 36 137 
Grasmere 49 
Crass Valley, Oreg., Ill 
Gray, Iowa, 111 113 



Moi 



„ 43 



Falls, Mont., 122 

Greeley, Col., 25 
Gieenbank, Ont., 124 
Green Bav, Wis., 71 

" City, Mo., 122 
Greene, Iowa, 105 106 
Greenland 135 
Greenock, Scot., 46 
Creensborough, Vt., 55 66 
Green Top, Mo., 122 
Greemdlle, III., 65 

Mich., 96 
Griffin. P. Q., 108 
Griswold, Iowa, 70 72 MO 113 

114 115 
Groton, Mass., 49 71 

N. H., 33 72 

N. Y., 136 
Guelph. Ont.. 80 

Hagarstown, Md., 120 
Hailesborough, N. Y., 127 
Halifax, Eng., 25 
Hamilton, Ont., 79, 122 
Hannibal, Mo., 106 
Hanover, Mass., 89 

Me., 26 

N. H., 58 
Hardy, Ark., 125 
Hartford, Conn., 34 

Vt., 36 50 
Hartland. Vt., 36 



193 



Hastings, Minn., 79 



N. H., 48 54 68 74 84 

Hawkins, Ky., 128 

Heath, Mass.. 130 

Hebron, Nebr., 12 

N.H.. 14 24 29 30 54 72 
96 

Henniker 136 

Henry, 111., 110 

Herrington, Kacs., 115 

Hill 15 27 39 84 
" City, S. Dak., Ill 
" Corners 12 

Hillsborough 22 

Hillsdale, Mich., 76 120 
. Hilton Head, S. C, 102 

Hincklev, 111., 110 

Hinfihaii), Mass., 71 

Hinton, Mich., 65 

Holden, Minn., 65 

Holderness 8 11 12 14 15 19 2: 
23 24 39 41 44 45 46 
47 48 49 50 51 52 53 
54 55 56 86 87 88 93 
94 95 96 

Holland, Vt.. 33 71 

HoIli.s 74 

Holvoke, Col., 68 

Mass., 52 131 

Holzhausen, Prussia, 114 

Hope, Me., 35 

Hopkinton, Mass., 113 
N. H.. 29 39 

Horton, Kans., 114 

Hot Springs, Ark., 82 

Hubbardston, Mass., 112 

Huckarde, Prussia, 45 

Hudson, Mass., 88 

• " Mich., 36 

N. H., 33 74 

Hull, 111., 66 

Hunnewell, Mo., 40 

Hutchinson, Kans., 66 

Hydesville, Vt., 47 

Hydro, Okla.. 40 

Tola, Kans., 119 
Ipswich, Mass., 40 105 
Islesborough, Me., 6 
Ithaoa, N. Y., 136 

Jacks, Okla., 40 
Jackson, Me., 43 
Jacksonville, Fla.. 63 84 
Jamaica Plain, Mass., 35 55 
Jamestown, N. Y., 65 
Jasper, Minn., 12 
Jeddo, Mich., 124 
Jefferson, Mass., 112 

Wis., 12 
Joliet. III., 40 125 
Joplin, Mo., 125 138 

Kansas City, Kans., 113 

Mo., 128 
Kapelle, Lorraine, 112 
Kaw.kawlin, Mich., 94 
Kendall, Ont., 79 
Kensington 20 100 
Keokuk, Iowa, 68 119 
Kewanee, 111., 110 
Keystone, S. Dak., Ill 
Kezar Falls, Me., 52 
Kilmarnock, Scot., 129 
King, Ont., 119 
Kingston, Mass., 126 

Ont., 120 136 
Kirksville, Mo., 122 123 
Kittery, Me.. 6 10 
KBotwell. Mo.. 127 



Laconia 13 14 23 24 25 26 29 30 
48 55 56 85 86 87 94 97 
98 99 116 132 134 
111., 64 65 



Wis 



130 



Lagrange, Kv 
Laharpe, III., 63 64 65 118 
Lake Mills, Wis., 12 13 
Lakepoit 26 30 31 41 55 56 70 97 
Lake Village 30 56 70 
Lake wood, Ohio, 116 
Me., 41 



It, 111., 122 



La 

Minn., 114 
N. H. 30 
Landaff 56 86 
Lan.sdowne, Ont., 26 
Lansing, Mich., 52 
Lapierre, Mich., 77 
La.salle, 111., 96 
Lawrence, Mass., 21 22 30 34 95 

99 117 118 

Leavenworth, Kans.. 91 

Lebanon Conn., 91 

N. H., 87 

Tenn., 107 

Lee 5 10 16 17 18 19 26 27 28 34 

30 56 57 98 99 135 136 
Lemmon, S. Dak., 64 
Mich.,121 
Mo., 119 

" .,31 39 92 93 



Lentnt.. 
Lexingtoi 



111., 106 

, Mass., 101 127 
Mich., 18 36 76 77 
78 119 120 121 124 
135 
Levden, N. Y., 13 
Libby's Mills, P. Q., 70 115 
Limerick, Me.. 34 
Lincoln, Nebr., 76 84 121 
Lincolnville, Me., 41 
Lisbon, N. H., 20 
N. Y., 127 
Ohio, 81 
List ling, Prussia, 44 
Litchfield, Me., 53 
Little Brituin, Ont.. 78 
Littleton 34 49 
Liverpool, Eng., 38 68 

Pa., 81 
Loami, III., 44 
Loch mere 134 
Lockport, N. Y., 78 
London, Eng., 68 71 118 122 

Ont., 17 18 76 77 119 
120 121 124 
Long Beach, Cal., 110 



Lora 



N Ohio 



116 



L'Original, Oi 

Los Angeles, Cal., 25 71 78 106 
127 129 130 

Loudon 17 20 24 74 90 98 99 

Lough Eske. Ire., 44 

I ovell, Me., 35 

Lowell, Mass., 12 19 20 21 26 32 
33 34 48 50 51 53 59 62 
60 68 70 71 74 75 80 83 
90 91 92 94 107 108 
Vt., 115 

Ludlow, Vt., 67 

Lundbreck. Alta., 78 

Lunenburg, Mass., 30 
N. S., 92 

Lurgan, Ire., 115 

Lyman, Me., 2i 
N. H., 84 

Lyme 16 35 87 

Lyndeborough 76 

Lyndonville. Vt.. 33 

Lynn, Mass., 33 45 73 75 

Madbury 7 8 11 15 16 18 26 27 
28 29 41 56 57 59 60 
100 102 103 104 



Magnolia Park, Tex., 124 
Magorii's Point, P. Q., 108 
Mainville, Ohio, 82 
Maiden, Mass., 41 84 85 91 116 

117 
Mammoth Springs, Ark., 124 

Manchester 21 25 30 40 41 58 59 
71 73 86 87 89 95 
97 131 132 

Manitowaning, Ont., 124 

Mansfield, Ohio, 80 

Maplewood, Mass., 84 
Mo., 127 

Marblehead, Mass., 38 57 

Marcus, Iowa, 114 

Murionville, Mo., 136 

Markham, Ont., 79 

Marlborough, Mass., 21 117 

Marlow, 76 

Massena, N. Y., 52 127 

Mattapan, Mass., 62 131 

Maywood, 111., 109 

Medfield, Mas.s., 35 101 

Medford. Mass.. 62 94 104 
118 

Medina, Mich., 36 

Melbourne, Ont., 18 

P. Q., 36 37 

Melburn. III., 106 

Melrose, Mass., 21 60 61 62 83 
116 130 

Memphis, Mich., 65 

Mercer, Mo., 123 

Meredith 11 12 13 15 16 18 19 
20 21 22 23 25 29 30 
31 39 40 41 48 50 51 
55 70 73 85 87 91 95 
97 98 132 

Meredith Centre 14 137 

Meriden, Conn., 86 
Kans., 44 

Merrimack 131 

Methuen, Mass., 34 

Middleborough, Mass., 101 

Midland, Ont., 125 

Miles City, Mont., 52 

Milford, Conn., 84 

Millbrook, Mich., 96 
Ont., 138 

Millbury, Ma.ss., 112 

Millwood, Ohio, 22 

Milo. Me., 61 62 

Milton, Mass., 21 31 101 
N. H., 104 

Milwaukee, Wis., 123 

Minneapolis, Minn., 79 106 119 
129 

Minnesota Lake, Wis., 12 

Missisqua, N. Y., 107 

Money Creek, Minn., 64 

Monmouth, Me., 19 

Monroe, Me., 20 

Mich., 137 
N. Y., 120 

Montecito, Cal., 83 

Montpelier, Vt., 83 

Montreal, P. Q., 69 131 

Morgan, Vt.. 33 

Morrill's Mills, P. Q.. 31 69 70 
72 113 114 

Moscow, Idaho, 84 

Moultonborough 12 25 41 46 51 
89 98 137 

Mountainview 117 

Mount Holly, Vt., 67, 92 

Murray, N. Y., 120 

Muscogee, Okla., 128 

Muscota, Kans., 115 

Muskegon, Mich., 123 

Myrtle, Ont., 80 122 123 124 
125 



194 



Nashua 35 70 86 102 
Nashville, Minn., 65 
Tenn., 80 
Natick, Mass., 35 
Nauvoo, 111., 63 64 
Nebraska City, Nebr.. 120 
Needham, Mass., 35 84 101 
Neponset,, 111., 32 68 69 70 71 
109 110 111 113 114 
Mass., 42 
Newark, N. J., 55 110 
New Bedford, Mass., 85 
New Boston 39 
Newburg, Mo., 128 
Newburgh, N. Y., 120 
Newbury, Mass., 92 

Vt., 58 
Newburyport, Mass., 18 40 
New Castle 27 34 
New Durham 16 28 59 75 102 
Newfield, Me., 42 83 
New Hampton 10 11 12 13 14 15 
19 20 22 23 24 25 
26 27 29 30 3134 
39 44 45 46 47 48 
49 50 51 52 53 54 
55 56 63 64 66 86 
87 89 90 93 94 95 
97 98 133 
Newington 11 
New Ipswich 129 
New London 32 
Newmarket, N. H., 28 40 41 57 

Ont., 126 
New Orleans, La., 29 131 
Newport, N. H., 23 

Vt., 69 99 107 
Newport News, Va., Ill 
New Richmond, Minn., 110 
Newton, 111., 128 
Iowa, 125 

Mass., 21 56 83 105 
N. H., 97 104 
Newton Centre, Mass., 23 105 
Newtonville, Mass., 130 
Newton Upper Falls, Mass. ,4243 
New York, N. Y.. 24 33 38 42 50 

63 73 81 86 100 
Niagara Falls, N. Y., 123 124 
Ninette, Manit., 115 
Niota, 111., 64 67 
Norfolk, Conn., 77 
North Adams, Mich., 36 
Northam 3 

North Andover, Mass., 56 
" Bangor, Me., 42 
" Bay, Ont., 124 
" Billerica, Mass., 71 
" Brookfield, Mass., 112 
" Dover, Ohio, 116 
Duxbury, Vt., 115 
■ " Effingham 17 34 74 84 
116 118 
" English, Iowa, 23 
Northfield, Minn., 129 
Vt., 13 39 
North Frveburg, Me., 65 

Grafton, Mass., 112 113 
" Groton 45 
Northport, Me., 46 

Ont., 78 79 
North Salem, Mass., 92 

" Troy, Vt., 115 
Northwood, Iowa, 42 

N. H., 10 16 17 57 
58 100 102 104 
North Woodstock 47 

" Yakima, Wash.. 65 
Norton, Vt., 33 

Mills, Vt., 33 
Norwalk, Ohio, 120 
Norway, Me., 116 
Nottingham 5 8 9 12 16 18 19 37 

43 99 100 133 
Novar, Ont.. 125 126 



Oake.sdale, Wash., 12 
Oakwood, Okla., 40 114 115 
Oberlin, Ohio, 126 
Oelrich, S. Dak., Ill 
Ogden, N. Y., 8 

Utah, 124 
Ogdensburg, N. Y., 98 
Oklahoma City, Okla.. 131 132 
Omaha, Nebr., 79 114 
Onandaga. N. Y.. 106 
Onawa, Iowa. 79 

Ont.. 123 
Oneida, Mich.. 76 
O'Neil. Nebr.. 77 
Onslow. N. S., 130 
Ontario. Cal., 129 
Orange, Cal., 109 

Mass.. 50 

N. H.. 67 
Orford 43 48 89 
Orfordville 43 
Orillia. Ont., 78 
Orivel, P. Q., 50 
Orland, Me., 131 
Orleans, Vt.. 115 
Orono. Ont., 80 
Osage, Iowa, 65 
Osceola, 111., 68 107 
Oshawa. Ont., 78 80 121 122 123 
Oshkosh, Wis.. 12 
Ossipee 17 34 36 38 62 75 78 79 

82 85 130 

Valley 129 
Oswego. Kans.. 36 
Otisco. Mich., 96 
Ottawa, 111.. 44 
Otter River, Mass., 93 
Owego. N. Y., 136 
Oxford. Mich., 121 
Oyster River 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 15 16 

Pacific, Mo.. 128 

Palermo, Ont.. 80 

Panora, Iowa. 77 

Paris, France, 84 

Parkersburg, W. Va.. 123 

Parsonsfield. Me.. 17 18 34 36 
37 38 40 42 8C 81 
82 S3 84 85 

Partridge, Kans., 66 

Pateros, Wash., 110 111 

Paul's Valley. Okla., 62 

Pawtucket, R. I., 117 

Paxico, Kans.. 72 

Peabody. Mass., 117 

Peacham. Vt.. 66 73 

Pekin. III., 71 

Pelham 21 

Pembroke 40 

Penacook 59 60 97 

Peoria. 111., 71 102 125 

Perintown, Ohio, 71 

Peterborough, Ont., 79 

Philadelphia, Pa..225082 107109 

Phillips, Me., 19 

Picton. Ont.. 78 

Pierce, Nebr., 79 113 

Pierceville, Ind., 127 

Piermont 33 48 49 89 134 

Pike 49 

Pilot Grove, III.. 29 30 63 64 65 
66 67 106 
Corners, III.. 64 

Pine. Mich.. 96 

Pittsfield 16 17 32 33 72 73 74 

Plainfield 68 

Plattsburgh. N. Y.. 43 52 

Pleasant Mounds. Minn., 65 
Hill, Ohio, 81 

Plymouth, III., 106 
Mass., 46 

N. H., 14 20 22 26 
31 32 45 48 49 53 54 
73 74 85 87 88 90 95 
96 97 115 116 137 



Plympton. Ont.. 96 
Pocahontas. III.. 44 
Pocatilla. Idaho, 109 
Pomona, Cal., 42 
Ponka City, Okla.. 128 
Pontiae, III., 81 
Pontoosuc, 111., 63 
Poplin 11 38 
Port Alberni, B. C, 122 
Porter, Me., 17 18 34 52 
Port Hope, Ont., 79 

" Huron, Mich.. 18 76 77 124 
Portland, Me., 42 62 94 100 130 

134 

Oreg., 116 

Wis., 12 
Port Perry, Ont., 37 78 79 123 

125 126 
Portsmouth 21 34 48 60 73 76 99 

104 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.. 63 
Princeton. III.. 109 111 
Princeville, III., 113 
Providence, R. I., 62 117 
Provincetown, Mass.. 25 
Putnam. Conn., 34 
Quaker City. Ohio, 22 
Quebec (province) 17 
Queen City, Mo., 122 123 
Quincy, Mass., 14 112 134 

Rangeley. Me.. 19 
Reading, Mass., 54 62 
Redfield, Iowa. 124 
Redwood City. Cal., 85 
Rensselaer, Ind., 64 
Republic, Mo., 125 
Revere, Mass.. 89 
Richford. P. Q.. 71 
Richmond, Me., 94 

Mo., 128 

N. H.. 20 

Va., 30 

Hill, Ont., 121 
Riplev, Ind., 40 
Ripon, Wis., 21 
Rochdale, Eng., 49 
Rochester. N. H., 5 6 18 2S 35 

41 99 103 

N. Y., 78 79 rOO 109 

Vt., 50 
Rook Island, 111., 58 
Rockston, P. Q., 13 
Rockville. Conn., 108 
Rolla, Mo., 127 
Rollinsford 100 104 
Rome, Italy. 83 

N. Y., 51 56 
Roscoe, S. Dak., 63 
Roslindale, Mass., 43 84 
Rossiter, N. Y., Ill 
Rouse's Point, N. Y., 78 
Roxbury. Mass., 28 48 66 67 63 
82 100 101 108 130 
Vt., 22 
Rumford, Me., 26 
Rumney 11 14 19 25 45 48 98 
Rushville, 111., 64 
Rye 6 

Saco. Me., 84 

Saginaw, Mich.. 116 123 

Saint Albans. Vt.. 91 
" Augustine. Fla., 63 
" Catherine's. Ont., 120 
" Charles, Mo., 102 
" Clair, Mo., 128 
" John, N. B., 101 107 
" Johnsbury.' Vt.. 66 
" Louis. Mo.. 110 131 
" Ours. P. Q.. 132 
" Paul, Minn., 44 88 
" Thomas, P. Q., 52 
" Vendall, Minn., 65 
" Vincent. Minn., 73 



195 



Salem, Maaa.. 41 75 104 106 134 
Salisbury, Mass., 14 32 

N. H., 22 31 56 
Salt Lake City, Utah, 64 
Saubornton 24 43 45 48 51 55 72 

75 88 
Sandown 18 

Sandwich 15 19 22 41 55 67 
83 85 87 129 
Centre 67 
Sanford, Me., 103 
Saa Jose, Cal., 106 107 
Sarnia, Ont., 78 
Saugus, Mass., 25 
Sault Ste Marie, Mich.. 121 124 
Saxton, Me., 40 
Scarborough, Me., 6 34 42 
Schiebach, Bavaria, 128 
Schoolcraft, Mich., 125 
Schuyler, Nebr., 77 79 
Scugog, Ont., 125 126 
Seagrave, Ont., 78 125 126 
Seattle, Wash., 94 120 121 130 
Seavey's Island 9 28 
Sedalia, Mo., 79 132 
Sedgwick, Me., 61 
Seven Oaks, Eng., 102 
Shannonville, Ont., 124 125 
Shapleigh, Me., 12 17 
Sharon, Mass., 101 
Vt., 47 102 
Sheffield, Eng., 112 

Vt., 29 58 71 
Shefford, P. Q., 115 
Shelbina, Mo., 40 
Shelburne, Mass., 35 
N. H., 35 

Falls, Mass., 91 112 
Sherbrooke, P. Q., 71 115 
Shreveport, La., 131 
Silverstone, Eng., 63 
Skedee, Okla., 64 137 
Smith's Falls, Ont., 122 
Mills, P. Q., 108 
Smyrna, Mich., 96 
Somersworth 10 19 35 42 83 84 

131 
Somerville, Mass., 38 82 84 91 

93 117 132 
Scuthbridge, Mass., 104 
South Brookfield, N. S., 93 
" Byfield, Mass., 12 
" Danby, N. Y., 136 
" Deerfield 12 
" Gardner, ^lasa., 112 
" Lee 99 
" Newbury 88 

Newmarket 56 
" Portland, Me., 94 
" Reading, Vt., 105 
" River, Ont., 125 
Southwold, Ont., 37 
South Wolfeborough 75 
Spring Creek, Mo., 127 218 
Springfield, 111., 44 

Mass., 46 50 62 89 
112 113 
Mo., 125 128 
N. H., 11 
Vt., 135 
Spring Valley, Minn., 12 
Spurwink, Me., 6 
Stafford Springs, Conn., 34 
Stamford, Conn., 100 
Standish, Me., 20 126 
Stanstead, P. Q., 31 68 69 70 71 
107 108 109 110 111 
112 115 137 
Junction. P. Q., 72 
115 
Stark 56 

Steeleville, Mo., 128 
Sterling, Kans., 64 
Stewart, Iowa, 111 
Stillwater, Minn.. 119 



Stockholm, Sweden, 105 

Stoneham, Mass., 23 84 129 

Stone Prairie, 111., 65 

Stouffville, Ont., 79 

Stoughton, Sask., 79 

Stow, Me., 20 

Strafford 7 9 16 27 28 31 57 58 
59 60 61 100 101 102 
103 104 105 131 
Ridge 60 100 

Strassburg, Sask., 69 

Stratford, Ont., 121 

Stratham 10 18 

Stroudwater, Me., 82 

Stuart, Iowa, 138 
Nebr., 77 

Sturgi.'i, Iowa, 77 

Suncook 98 

Superior, Wis., 123 

Sutton, Vt., 30 

Syracuse, N. Y., 78 100 

Swampscott, Mass., 81 

Swartz Creek, Mich., 121 

Sweden, Me., 60 



132 
Taunton, Mass., 89 121 
Terre Haute, 111., 107 
Tewksbury, Mass., 49 133 
Texarkana, .\rk., 131 132 
Thompson, Conn., 31 
Thornton 47 48 87 
Tilton 32 39 72 73 87 88 97 116 

134 
Tingwick, P. Q., 71 
Tishkilwa, 111., 110 
Tiverton, R. I., 85 
Toledo, Ohio, 52 
Topsham, Vt., 9 133 134 
Toronto, Ont., 78 79 121 123 

124 125 126 
Trenton, Me., 41 42 

Mo., 122 123 
Troy, N. H., 93 
'• N. ¥., 42 
Tuftonborough 6 13 
Tugaske, Sask., 80 
Turin, N. Y., 80 
Turner, Me., 28 

Underhill, Vt., 56 
Union, Me., 105 
Uniontown, Kans., 66 
Unity 45 46 
Uxbridgc, Mass., 90 

Ont., 79 123 



:e. III., 120 
Vermont, 111., 66 127 
Versailles, Ky., 127 
Vershire, Vt., 87 
Victoria, B. C, 121 122 
Vineland, N. J., 22 
Vinton, Iowa, 65 

Wabash, Ont.. 37 
Wakefield, Mass., 23 55 

N. H., 21 
Walden, Vt., 20 21 43 
Waldo, Me., 62 
Wallaceburg, Ont., 37 
Walpole, Mass., 94 95 

Island, Ont., 37 
Waltham, Mass., 67 92 107 
Warren, N. H., 12 22 31 48 49 

50 51 74 89 137 

Ohio, 118 
Warsaw, 111., 106 
Wartown, P. Q., 92 
Washington, D. C, 25 107 

Ct. Ho., Ohio. 125 



105 



Wataga, 111., 66 
Waterbury, Conn., 105 
Waterford, Vt., 66 
Waterloo, Wis., 12 13 
Watertown, Mass., 31 67 6 
107 
N. Y., 53 80 
Wauseon, Ohio, 116 
Wayland, Mass., 31 
Wayneaville, Mo., 128 
Way's Mills, P. Q., 69 
Webster, 111., 106 

Mass., 112 
N. H., 99 
City, 111., 63 64 
Iowa, 132 
Weirs 24 

Wellington, Ohio, 126 
Wentworth 14 29 43 85 89 136 
Westborough, Mass., 68 69 93 

112 137 
Westbrook, Me., 62 82 129 
West Burke, Vt., 137 

" Campton 73 

" Chelmsford, Mass., 56 

" Chester, Pa., 88 

" Danville, Vt., 66 

" Derby, Vt., 108 
Westford, Mass., 38 88 
West Lebanon 102 

" Minot, Me., 126 
Westminster, Mass., 39 
West Newbury, Vt., 58 
Weston, Ont., 80 
West Paris, Ohio, 81 

" Point, N. Y., 19 38 
Westport, N. Y., 71 
West Rumnev 50 91 

" Salamanca, N. Y.. 85 
Westside, Iowa, 79 
West Somerville, Mass., 131 
Westville Centre, N. Y., 36 
Whatcom, Wash., 40 
Wheatland, Mich., 36 
Wheelock, Vt., 12 13 14 41 
Wheelwright, Mass., 70 
Whitby, Ont., 36 37 78 79 121 

122 137 
White City, Kans., 118 
Whitinaville, Mass., 99 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 110 
Williamsburgh, Iowa, 23 
Willowdale, Ont., 80 
Willsborough, N. Y., 36 
Wilmathsville, Mo., 123 
Wilmot 133 

Flat 102 
Wilton 133 

Winchendon, Mass., 92 
Winchester 92 
Windsor, Vt., 23 29 
Winnebago, Minn., 65 
Winnipeg, Manit., 115 
Winooski, Vt., 45 
Winterton, N. F., 127 
Winthrop, Mass., 81 95 131 
Wiscasset, Me., 20 41 
Woburn, Mass., 34 101 131 
Wolfeborough 15 46 60 83 134 
Wollaston, Mass., 84 
Woodbury, Conn., 136 
Woods Hole, Mass., 101 
Woodstock, N. H., 47 48 95 

Vt., 135 
Woodsville 67 

•, Mass., 35 51 69 74 
86 88 107 108 112 
113 118 130 

Yarmouth, N. S., 112 
Yokohama, Japan, 123 
York, Eng.. Ill 
Yorktown Heights, N. Y., 103 

Zanesville, Ohio, 64 65