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JOHN GARY 

the Plymouth Pilgrim 



A people which takes no pride in noble achieve' 
ments of remote ancestors, will never achieve 
anything worthy to be remembered with pride by 
remote descendants. — Macaulay. 



By 
SETH C. GARY 



Published by 

SETH C. GARY, 

Dorchester Center, Boston, Massachusetts 
19 11 



CINCINNATI : 
PRESS OF JENNINGS AND GRAHAM 







SETH C GARY, 

PUBLISHER 



TO THE DESCENDANTS 
OF 



The Story of the Gary Coat of Arms. 

As Told by the Old Chroniclers. 

"In the beginning of the reign of Henry V. (1413-1422) a certain 
Knight-errant of Aragon, having passed through divers countries, and 
performed many feats of Arms, arrived here in England, where he 
challenged any man of his rank and quality to make a trial of his skill 
in arms. This challenge was accepted by Sir Robert Cary, between 
whom a cruel encounter, and a long and doubtful combat was waged 
in Smithfield, London. But at length this noble Champion vanquished 
the presumptuous Aragonois, for which King Henry V. restored unto 
him a good part of his father's lands, which for his loyalty to Richard 
II. he had been deprived of by Henry IV. and authorized him to bear 
the Arms of a Knight of Aragon, which the noble posterity continue 
to wear unto this day ; for according to the laws of Heraldry, whoever 
fairly in the field conquers his adversary may justify the wearing of 
his Arms." — Burke's Heraldry. 

Another account is so quaint that it is placed before the reader : 
"In the time of Henry V. cam out of Aragon a lusty gentleman 
into England, and challenged to do feites of armes, with any English 
gentleman without exception. This Sir Robert Cary hearing thereof, 
made suite forthwith to the Prince, that he might answer the chal- 
lange, which was granted, and Smithfield was the place appointed for 
the same, who, at the day and time prefixed, both parties mett and 
did performe sundrie feates of armes, but in the end this Robert gave 
the foils and overthrow to the Aragon Knight, disarmed and spoiled 
him, which his doinge so well pleased the Prince, that he receyved 
him into great favor, caused him to be restored to the most part of his 
father's landes, and willed him also for a perpetuall memorie of his 
victorie, that he should henceforth give the same armes as the Aragon 
Knight, which is Argent, on bend sable three roses argent, for before 
they did beare gules, chevron entre, three swans argent." — Herald's 
Visitation, 1620. 



THE ROSES' MESSAGE TO US. 

The age of chivalry has passed away ; 
We cannot now on tourney-fields display 
Our strength and courage ; neither did we flee 
From native land to find beyond the sea 
Freedom and justice; these we now possess, 
And need not seek them in the wilderness. 
Yet even now must we fierce battles fight, 
And firmly stand as champions of the right. 
Valor is needed if we hope to win 
Our victories over greed, and wrong and sin. 
The roses white must we preserve from stain, 
And other trophies by our valor gain. 
Then let each one who bears the Cary name 
Remember whence his shield and motto came: 
Remember, too, the one who brought them o'er 
The ocean's waves to this New England shore. 
All that the fathers have by valor gained 
Must by the sons be valiantly maintained. 
Then take the shield; go forward to the fight; 
Guard well the roses ; may their silvery light 
Shine on brave deeds performed for truth and right. 

— From Later Cary Poems, by permission. 



THE LINE OF DESCENT. 

OF THE AUTHOR OF THE BOOK. OF THE OWNER OF THE BOOK. 

John Gary, Sec. 1. 

John Gary, Sec. 2. 

James Gary, Sec. 10. 

James Gary, Sec. 25- A. 

John Gary, Sec. 60-A. 

John Gary, Sec. 105-A. 

Seth G. Gary, Sec. 206-B. 

Knibloe B. Gary, Sec. 318. 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

The Gary Coat of Arms, Frontispiece 

Seth C. Cary, Facing page 4 

John Cary Monument, " 18 

Alice and Phebe Cary, " 210 

Hon. Samuel Fenton Cary, .... " 215 

Rev. Otis Cary, D. D., " 252 



PREFACE. 

The plan of this book is very simple, and that is to tell the story 
of John Cary the Plymouth Pilgrim, and his descendants. This can not be 
done wisely and disregard the monumental work of the Hon. Samuel 
Fenton Cary, who published the "Cary Memorials" in 1874. He laid 
the foundations, and they need not be relaid. All that can be done is 
to add to the superstructure, making here and there a correction, and 
adding such new material as further research has developed. 

The last word has not yet been said in regard to the early years 
of John Cary. The time does not yet seem ripe to say more than has 
already been said ; but to put together the best that can be done for the 
multitude that are coming after. The most recent thing published is 
Prof. Henry Grosvenor Cary's "The Cary Family in England." 

It is rare to find a man who gathered to himself so much of good, 
and then to send down through family life, cleaner morals, higher 
ideals, or a more pervasive personality. He was quiet yet firm ; true 
and aggressive, persistent and successful. He was one who could 
afford "to labor and to wait." 

It will be noted that in this book our name is invariably spelled 
C-a-r-y. It is also well known that some of the branches of the Family 
prefer and use the longer form, C-a-r-e-y. In some cases this is from 
choice, and in others it is what has descended to them from the recent 
past. The writer has no question but that the shorter form is correct. 
And yet when asked by those who seek to know what they should do 
under the circumstances, he has no hesitancy in saying this : If you 
are tied up in business, and entangled by legal forms and documents, 
such as wills, deeds, patents, etc., keep on as you are ; but the younger 
members of the family, who are not thus hampered, can make the 
change, and thus bring about uniformity. The only reason why we 

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16 Preface 

do not print the name as each line or branch is accustomed to do, is 
because of the utter confusion that would result, and our proof-reading 
would be interminable. 

At first it was thought possible that the book could be quite 
largely illustrated, but it was soon discovered that this would make 
the work altogether too bulky, and also too expensive. 

Years of work have been put upon this book, and many hands 
have been occupied in its production. It is the best that the condi- 
tions and surroundings allow. And it is now entrusted to your hands 
to be studied, to be enlarged and filled out to its proper capacity and 
its fullest development. Many of its Sections can and should be 
worked up into biographies, or sketches, and out of this scores of 
families could enrich their own family life. The author cheerfully 
resigns the work to the optimism and enthusiasm of the younger 
Carys. 

Dorchester Center, SETH C. GARY. 

Boston, Massachusetts. 



INTRODUCTION. 

This book contains the names of the descendants of John Cary, so 
far as they have been reported, or discovered in any other way. No 
claim that it includes them all is made, but a wide search has been 
instituted and carried on for years, and none are knowingly omitted. 
If others report themselves, it will be a pleasure to add their names 
to the already long list. 

So far as known this is the only work devoted to this Family that 
is now in print and brought up to date. 

The family is English, and they appear first in the Domesday 
Book, and are traced back to Adam De Kari, who was Lord of Castle 
Cary in 1198. 

The three principal lines which came to America are descended 
from John, who came to Plymouth about 1634; James, who came to 
Charlestown in 1639, and Miles, who came to Virginia in 1640. There 
are numerous other individuals or families who have come to this 
land of opportunity at various times, but there seems as yet no com- 
plete list of them. 

In England the Family is represented in almost all grades of the 
nobility, all orders in the Church, and among the people. Their tombs 
are found in St. Paul's, Westminster, and various other Cathedrals 
and Churches. They attained distinction in Statesmanship, Poetry, 
Music, and Letters; in the Army and Navy; as Diplomats, Courtiers, 
and Representatives of the English Crown abroad. William Cary, 
the great Baptist missionary to India, well represents the family by 
his work as a Translator; while a Moravian preacher bearing our 
name was instrumental in the conversion of Captain Webb, an English 
officer, who planted Methodism in Philadelphia. 

This book will be valuable to all Carys, whether their names are 
included or not ; if not here, and they belong to the family, all the orig- 
inal ancestors are easily found, and thus connection can be made with 
the proper branch. It is equally valuable for all the lines of inter- 
marriage, since in many cases these have been traced to considerable 
length, in order that the work may be most complete. 

A singular fact has recently come to light : Some German-speak- 

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18 Introduction 

ing Russians at Mandan, North Dakota, spell their name Kari, and 
pronounce it Cary. 

The quaint statement of Oliver Wendell Holmes, that "A person 
with a known Grandfather is too distinguished to find it necessary 
to put on airs," is doubtless somewhat exaggerated; yet it has in it 
just enough of a great truth to make it stick, and at the same time 
teach a lesson that the race really needs to know. A careful indoc- 
trination of somewhat of the Chinese respect for their ancestors would 
go a long way toward making the American people more self-respect- 
ing, and in this way lay a foundation for a better citizenship, with 
higher ideals and a far better outcome. 

Occasionally the plain, blunt question comes to us in this form: 
Are the Carys keeping up their old-time vigor, strength, and mental 
and moral qualities? This is a serious question, and should not be 
answered without careful thought, and a wide knowledge of the Fam- 
ily. Having known many, and corresponded with more, the following 
statement seems wholly warranted as the result of a thoughtful analy- 
sis: I can see no special lack in muscular strength, no failing in gen- 
eral vigor, no falling oS in mental quality, rather an increase in 
musical taste, and no decline in the consecration to God and to the up- 
lift of the race. They are as hard-working, with as much inventive 
genius, literary ability, far seeing, with the other qualities which 
make up patriotic and useful citizenship, as well as all the home vir- 
tues, with as much persistency coupled with quiet, peaceable disposi- 
tions, as the Family has ever presented. Let it be distinctly under- 
stood, that I can point out the individuals who go to make up this 
array of strong, sturdy, and desirable characteristics. And this new 
book will be found full of illustrations of all these qualities. 

As we near the completion of this book, we find people still ask- 
ing about it; and if they belong to the Family, and are their names 
included? Many such requests have been answered, and their lines 
definitely connected. But in other cases the queries have come so 
late, and the time for securing the needed data is so short, that we 
shall be compelled to disappoint these good people. This we greatly 
regret. But we have a plan by which such friends, and a great host 
behind them, can have their data put into form for permanent preser- 
vation. The plan is this : Let all such records be properly edited 
and printed in our Bulletin, which would thus become a permanent 
organ for the preservation of the records of our Family. 




THE JOHN GARY MONUMENT ERECTED ON HIS HOMESTEAD 

WEST BRIDGEWATER, MASS. 

1905. 



NEAR THIS SPOT WAS THE HOME OF 

JOHN GARY 

BORN IN SOMERSETSHIRE. ENGLAND. 

HE BECAME IN 165) AN ORIGINAL PROPRIETOR. 

AND HONORED SETTLER ON THIS RIVER. 

WAS CLERK OF THE PLANTATION, 

WHEN THE TOWN OF BRIDGEWATER WAS 

INCORPORATED. IN 1656. HE WAS ELECTED 

CONSTABLE. THE FIRST AND ONLY OFFICER OF 

THAT YEAR. 

WAS TOWN CLERK UNTIL HIS DEATH IN 1681, 

TRADITION SAYS. 

HE WAS THE FIRST TEACHER OF LATIN IN 

;PLYMOUTH COLONY. 

THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY HIS DESCENDANTS 

IN MEMORY 

OF THEIR HISTORIC AND NOBLE ANCESTOR. 



BRONZI' T.VlilJ'T ox MONTMI'INT 



SKETCH OF JOHN GARY. 

Chronological. 

Samuel F. Cary, in "Cary Memorials," says: "The writer has 
had access to a manuscript more than one hundred years old, and 
written by a grandson of John, which says that John Cary, when a 
youth, was sent by his father to France to perfect his education, and 
that while absent his father died. On returning to Somersetshire he 
differed with his brothers about the settlement of his father's estate. 
He compromised by receiving one hundred pounds as his portion and 
immediately»sailed for America." 

Tradition says that he was the first Latin School teacher in the 
Plymouth Colony, and that he taught Elder Brewster the Hebrew. 

He removed to Duxbury where he had ten acres of land allotted 
to him. At a Court of Assistants, held October 2, 1637, "A proporcon 
of land is granted to John Carew, about the lands graunted to Robte 
Mendall, contayning X acrees." And at a Court of Assistants, Janu- 
ary 7, 1639 "are appoynted to lay forth Robte Mendloues & 

John Carews land" . 

The history of Duxbury is interesting and is as follows : In 1630 
and 1631 there were a few settlers in Duxbury, but they went back to 
Plymouth in the winter to be nearer pubHc worship, and also because 
their houses were more comfortable for the cold weather. Some of 
them signed an agreement to this effect. In 1632, probably, the real 
settling began, but it was not till June 7, 1637, that the town was in- 
corporated : "It is enacted by the Court that Ducksborrow shall be- 
come a township and unite together for their better securitie and to 
have the p'veledges of a towne, onley their bounds and limmits shall 
be sett and appoynted by the next Court." 

The name probably came from Duxbury Hall, the seat of the 
Standish Family in England. 

So many people had left Plymouth that there was an effort made 
to unite the two churches, and build a new town, and committees 
were appointed to consider the matter. Two locations were sug- 
gested : Jones River, now Kingston, and Morton's Hole, which was 
west of Captain's Hill. The Indian name was Mattakeeset. 

19 



20 John Gary 

Marshfield was incorporated March 2, 1640, but the bounds were 
not fixed till 1642. 

At a Court of Assistants, October 7, 1639, "John Carew is allowed 
to be for himself vpon the continuence of the good report of his car- 
riage & demean'r ; & at a Court of Assistants held the fourth of No- 
vemb'r next after, Edmond Weston is lycenced to Hue w'th John 
Carew, and to be p'tner w'th him in workeing and planting vpon the 
sd John Carews land, vpon their good demean'r together." 

In 1640 Marshfield was set off from Duxbury, and as a compen- 
sation for this loss of territory, the following plan was made: "The 
inhabitants of the town of Duxbury are granted a competent portion 
of lands about Saughtuchquett (Satucket), towards the west, for a 
plantation for them, and to have it four miles every way from the 
place where they shall set up their center; provided, it intrench not 
upon Winnytuckquett, formerly granted to Plymouth. And we have 
nominated Capt. Miles Standish, Mr. John Alden, George Soule, Con- 
stant Southworth, John Rogers, and William Brett, to be foefees in 
trust for the equal dividing and laying forth the said lands to the 
inhabitants." It would seem that this plan was never executed, al- 
though carried out in a larger way in the Duxbury New Plantation, 
bought of the Indians in 1649. Those wishing to see the old Indian 
Deed, will find it in "The Cary Family in America," pages 5, 6. 

In June, 1644, John Cary and Elizabeth Godfrey were married ; 
she was the daughter of Francis Godfrey of Duxbury and Bridge- 
water. John, their first child, was born November 4, 1645, ^"d died 
in 1721. 

It also appears that in 1646, according to the records of Marsh- 
field : "At the Town meeting it was agreed that Edward Winsloe 
(afterward Governor) should agree with F. Godfrey for making a 
bridge over South River and what he shall agree the town are ready 
to affirm." 

Francis, his second son, was born January 19, 1647, ^"d died 
in 1718. 

October 23, 1648, he sold to James Lindell all the land, both 
upland and meadow, granted him by the town, and at the same time 
"testified and affirmed" that his father-in-law, Francis Godfrey, "did 
acknowledge and confess that he had sold his present right and in- 
terest of his said land lying upon Green Harbor River," to James 
Lindell. 

March 23, 1649, Duxbury New Plantation, which was fourteen 
miles square, was deeded to trustees for the benefit of the people of 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 21 

Duxbury. John Cary was one of the fifty-six who had shares, but 
only a few ever settled on them. 

Elizabeth was born December 20, 1649. 

January 16, 1650, he sold two acres of meadow land to Steven 
Briant. 

John Cary was Clerk of the Plantation, which was a kind of land 
company, and this year it began to be settled. 

Francis Godfrey, of Marshfield, sold to Anthony Eames and his 
son, Mark Eames, one hundred acres of land and dwelling-house on 
North River, near Mr. Vassells, "for four-score pounds," December 
ID, 1650. 

March 18, 1652, James was born in Braintree, Massachusetts Bay 
Colony. It is quite likely that on account of some stress of the times, 
they were living there. 

Mary was born at Duxbury New Plantation, July 8, 1654. 

The town records contain the following item : "It was agreed 
upon by the Towne the twelfe of March, 1656, that there shall be 
five woulfe traps made." 

June 3 (O. S.), 1656, the General Court incorporated Duxbury 
New Plantation as Bridgewater: "ORDERED, That henceforth 
Duxborrow New Plantation bee allowed to bee a tounshipe of ytselfe. 
destinct from Duxborrow, and to bee called by the name of Bridge- 
water. Provided that all publicke rates bee borne by them with Dux- 
borrow upon equally proportions." 

Plymouth Colony Records, volume 3, page 99, for June 3, 1656, 
have the following entry : 

"The Cunstables of the seueral Townes" 
"Bridgewater John Carew." 

At this time there were but ten freemen in the town. 

Jonathan was born September 24, 1656. 

John Cary is mentioned as having "taken the Oath of Fidelitie 
at Duxborrow, in the yeare 1657." He was elected Town Clerk this 
year, and this was most Hkely the oath of office; he occupied this 
place until his death in 1681. 

"Att the Generall Court holden att Plymouth, in New England, 
the first of March, 1658." 

"These may certify all whom it may concerne, that the fourth 
of March, 1658, that these men whose names are vnderwritten, by the 
intelligence of an Indian, came to a place a little below Namaskett, 



22 John Gary 

where the Indians took vp an English man out of the Riuer of Teta- 
cutt, with a blew paire of stockings and a gray listed garter, and like- 
wise pte of a locorum paire of briches with wyer bottons fastened 
about his waist ; but wee found noe blemish about the man that should 
any way cause his death, but as wee conceiue was drowned accedent- 
ally; and finding the man thuse, wee haue buried him, and haue satis- 
fyed the Indians for theire paines." Signed by John Carew and eleven 
others "from Bridgewater." 

And superscribed these: "I pray you deliur this to M'r Collyer, 
or M'r Alden, either of them, to doe with as they shall see meet. And 
by them sence ordered heer to be recorded as aboue-said." 

David was born January 27, 1659. 

"It is Ordered and Agreed upon by the Towne, the tenth of July, 
1660, freely and willingly to give to Mr. Buckner if he shall come 
Heyther to supply the place of A minister the sum of twenty pounds 
and his diet." 

Hannah was born April 30, 1661. 

"Att the Generall Court holden att Plymouth the fourth day of 
June, 1661, John Carye is admitted by the Court to haue equall entrest 
in the graunt made to Arthur Harris, and others, of Bridgewater, for 
accomodation of lands." 

Joseph was born April 18, 1663. 

Rev. Mr. Keith, the first pastor at Bridgewater, installed in 1663, 
was from Aberdeen, Scotland, and preached there fifty-six years. It 
is said that his sermon was preached on "Sermon Rock." 

Rebecca, the tenth child of John and Elizabeth, was born March 
30, 1665. 

June 7, 1665, more land was granted to John Cary and others. 

Francis Godfrey made his will 1666, and the property was in- 
ventoried at £117-17-5. 

June 5, 1667, "a Jury was named and ordered to bee impaneled to 
lay out waies requisett to the township of Bridgewater." Among 
the twelve appointed was John Carrey, and "Captaine Bradford or- 
dered by the Court to impanell this jury." 

John Cary was also appointed with Deacon Willis "to take all the 
charges of the late war (King Philip's) since June last and expenses 
of the scouts before and since June last." 

Sarah was born August 2, 1667. 

June 3, 1668, land was laid out to John Cary and others. 

June 7, 1668, the Jury appointed to lay out the lands reported to 
the Court and John Cary signed the document with the eleven others. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 23 

John Cary was on "The Grand Enquest," June 3, 1662 ; June 5, 
1672, and June 5, 1678. 

John Gary's name appears in "An Exact List of all the Names 
of the Freemen of the Jurisdiction of New Plymouth, transcribed by 
Nathaniel Morton, Secretary to the Court for the said Jurisdiction, 
the 29th of May, Anno Dom. 1670." 

John Gary, 2nd, and Abigail Allen, daughter of Samuel Allen, 
were married December 7, 1670. 

Mehitabel, the last child of John and Elizabeth, was born Decem- 
ber 24, 1670. 

A son (John) was born to John Gary, 2nd, November 6, 1671, 
and died the 29th of the same month. 

John Gary was "Gelect Man for Bridgewater" from 1667 to 1679 
consecutively. 

"It was agreed upon by the towne mett togeyther, the first of 
November, 1675, that there should be a fortification aboute the meet- 
ing house for the safety of the towne." 

The Records of the Proprietors of Bridgewater was in John 
Gary's handwriting, "The First Book of Records was begun 1675 ^Y 
John Gary, Sen. Clerk, who had 4J/2 pence for each lot." 

"The town being mett together by order from the Governor, and 
warned thereto by the Constable, the 21st of August 1676, I, John 
Gary Gleark, being cald upon by the Inhabitants to call for a vote, who 
should have the money that was made of the Indians that was sold 
last. And the vote passed that the souldiears that took them should 
have the money; the contrary vote being cald, I see but three at most 
who held up their hands to the contrary." 

His son Francis married Hannah, daughter of William Brett, 
in 1676. 

"March 16, 1676-7, the Town granted to John Gary, Sen., 10 acres 
on condition that he would book all the 106 acres then laid out and 
the three meadow lots to each." 

The fourth day of December, 1676, "Agreed with Samuel Tomkins 
to sweep and look to the meeting house A full year after the date 
hereof. And he was to have 12 s for his pains or labor." 

"The towne made choice of John Ames Seynior and John Gary 
Junior, for this year, to be helpful to the Constable and the Grand 
Jury man. About their inspection into such houses that may be 
thought to harbour Any English or Indians to sell or give Liquor, or 
sider to make them drunke." 

November i, 1680, Elizabeth Godfrey, for thirty-six years the 



24 John Gary 

beloved wife of John Cary, passed from the labor and hardships inci- 
dent to the life of a Pilgrim of the Plymouth Colony, to the heritage 
of the just. 

In i68d, the Cary family, which had lived in Bridgewater for 
nearly thirty years, like most families, began to scatter. It is quite 
probable that Joseph was the first to go, although John and Francis 
were married and Elizabeth also, before this. Joseph went to Nor- 
wich, and not long after removed to Windham, where he well sus- 
tained the family reputation. 

John and David removed to Bristol, where they were original 
proprietors, deacons in the Church, and useful citizens in the com- 
munity. 

Most likely James went to Bristol a little later, as he was not mar- 
ried till 1682, when he married Mary Shaw, of Weymouth, and settled 
in Bristol, where he lived and died. 

The History of Plymouth says that, "John Cary was a man of 
superior education, and had great influence in the Colony and as an 
officer in the Church." 

The following is the record of his death : "John Cary Seniour in- 
habytant in the town of Bridgewater deceased the last day of October 
in the yeare of our lord 1681." 

At a Court held March 7, 1682: "Letters of adminestration is 
graunted vnto Serjeant John Cary to adminester on the estate of John 
Cary, Seni'r'deceased." 

The family of John Cary at his death, October 31, 1681, consisted 
of the following children and grandchildren : 

1. John, thirty-five years old, was called "Serjeant Cary" and had 
five living children — Seth, John, Nathaniel, Eleazer, James. 

2. Francis, two children — Samuel, Ephraim. 

3. Elizabeth, married Deacon William Brett. 

4. James. 

5. Mary. 

6. Jonathan. 

7. David. 

8. Hannah. 

9. Joseph. 

10. Rebecca. 

11. Sarah. 

12. Mehitabel. 

This makes a family of twelve children and seven grandchildren. 



INDEX OF CARYS. 

Numbers Refer to Sections. 



Gary, Aaron 70 

Aaron 135 

Aaron 138 

Aaron 256 

A. Barkley 288-A 

Abby T 6r 

Abel 33 

Abel 33 

Abel 136 

Dr. Abel 255 

Abel De Forest ...113 
Abia H 69-A 



Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga 
Abiga: 
Abiga 
Abner 

Abner L 84 

Abraham 79-A 

Abraham J 173 

Abram 159 

Abram 281 

Abram M 256 

Abram Stever 197 

Ada 79-A 



1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 .. 
1 A. 
1 K. 
1 P. 



• 9 
. 12 
. 16 
. 20 
■ 23 
. 26 

• '^■l 
. 28 

• 76 

• 91 
.110 

153-A 
.101 
.188 
.156 



Gary, Ada 142-A 

Ada 2og-A 

Ada G 250 

Adaline 60-A . 

Adalyn S 200 

Adam 63 

Addie B 60-A 

Adeline E 278 

Agnes B 300 

Alanson no 

Dea Alanson 130 

Alathea 183 

Albert 60-A 

Albert 106 

Albert no 

Albert 195 

Albert 207 

Albert 311 

Albert Alanson .... 130 

Albert E 314 

Albert F 310 

Albert G 93 

Albert G 190 

Albert H 202-A 

Albert Q 239 

Albert St. Clair 170 

Albigense Waldo.. .209-A 

Alden loi 

Alena A 228 

Alexander G 279 

Alex. Glaxton 279 

Gol. Alfred 85-6 

Alfred 90 

Alfred 109 

Alfred 165 

Alfred 180 

Alfred D 216 

Alfred H 170 



25 



26 



Index of Carys 



Gary, Alfred L 85-B 

Alfred Roswell 85-B 

Alfred W 296 

Alfred X 211 

Al 
Al 
Al 



13 

60-A 
79-A 
194 

215 

218 

220 

238 

254 

255 

276-A 

279 

300 

261 

276 

279-B 



ce A 

ce B 

ce E 

ce E 

ce E 312 

ce G 225 

ce Lela 264 

ce M 60-A 

ce M 69-A 

ce M 127 

ce M 281-A 

ce M 300 

ce P 315 

ce S 294 

ce W 202-A 

Allen 27 

Allen 314 

Almira 81 

Almira 85 

Almira 149 

Almira 202-A 

Almira A 179 

Alpheus 76 

Alpheus 154 

Alta B 202-A 

Alta L 300 

Althea 24 

Alvah 254 

Alvin 60-A 

Alvin 84 

Alvin S 274 

Amanda 57 

Amelia 85 



Gary, Amelia 121 

Amelia 285 

Amelia L 238 

Amos L 79-A 

Amy 217 

Amy Ann 177 

Amzi 79-A 

Amzi B 174 

Andrew E 299 

Andrew Shaw 114 

Angeline 166 

Ann 9 

Ann A 282 

Ann B 307 

Ann E 202-A 

Ann E 216 

Ann E 263 

Ann Eliza 69 

Ann Jane 60-A 

Anna 52 

Anna 63-G 

Anna 79-A 

Anna 81 

Anna 91 

Anna 94 

Anna 131 

Anna 132 

Anna 202 

Anna Cooley 105-A 

Anna De L 314 

Anna E 79-A 

Anna E 139 

Anna E 210 

Anna F loi 

Anna G 105-A 

Anna G 198 

Anna K 226 

Anna L 300 

Anna M 202 

Annabelle 300 

Anne 18 

Anne 56 

Anne 134 

Anne G 200 

Anne Jane 60-A 

Anne Louise 142-A 

Annie 271 

Annie C 177 

Annie L 313 



Index of Carys 



27 



Cary, Annie S 206 

Annis 97-A 

Anselm 129 

Anson 93 

Anson 97-A 

Anson L 192 

Arthur 218 

Arthur B 141-A 

Arthur D 142-A 

Arthur W 142-A 

Arcy 126 

Asa 44 

Asa 84 

Asa 85 

Asa 85-B 

Asa 179 

Asa 194 

Asa Bacon 317 

Asa Clinton 128 

Ashbel 255 

Augustus 61 

Augustus 242 

Augustus C 206 

Augustus E 185 

Aurelia 85 

Aurelia 121 

Aurelia 236 

Aurelius A 107 

Rev. Austin 158 

Austin 273 

Austin 276-A 

Austin P 158 

Avery 145 

Avey 66 

Azubah 32 

Barilla 47 

Berkley 136 

Barnabas 28-A 

Barzillai 149 

Bathsheba 6 

Beecher B 215 

Bela 46 

Belle 300 

Lt. Beneijah 50 

Beneijah 195 

Benjamin 11 

Benjamin 18 

Benjamin 26 



Cary, Benjamin 27 

Benjamin 39 

Benjamin 60-A 

Benjamin 63-C 

Benjamin 272 

Benjamin F 173 

Benjamin F 195 

Benjamin F 245 

Benjamin F 291 

Benjamin Franklin 226 

Benjamin H 312 

Benjamin L 137 

Benjamin W 231 

Beriah 40 

Bernice W 300 

Bertha 57 

Bertha 79-A 

Bessie E 298 

Bessie M 222 

Bethany 160 

Bethia 6 

Bethuel 125 

Bethuel 245 

Betsey 28-A 

Betsey 53 

Betsey 149 

Betsey M 107 

Betty 41 

B. Franklin 226 

Bridget 10 

Bushnell B 85-6 

Byfield 103 

Byron 79-A 

Caleb 41 

Caleb 150 

Calthea G 102 

Calvin 30 

Calvin 83 

Calvin 289 

Calvin C 278 

Carl 60-A 

Caroline 115 

Caroline 186 

Caroline 281 

Caroline E 144 

Caroline E 214 

Caroline E 300 

Caroline R 148 



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Index of Carys 



Gary, Caroline T 306 

Caroline W 128 

Carrie E 235 

Cassander 127 

Cassandra 74 

Catherine 60-A 

Catherine 133 

Catherine 134 

Catherine 227 

Catherine 251 

Catherine C 28-A 

Catherine H 252 

Cecillia 113 

Celesta 63-C 

Celestina C 228 

Cephas 33 

Cephas 119 

Cephas 240 

Cephas S 228 

Chad 81 

Chad B 169 

Charity 63-B 

Charles 60-A 

Charles 63-C 

Charles 76 

Charles 97-A 

Charles 118 

Charles 141-A 

Charles 147 

Charles 157 

Charles 181 

Charles 186 

Charles 218 

Charles 220 

Charles 237 

Charles 246 

Charles 273 

Charles 311 

Charles A 144 

Charles A 210 

Charles A 254 

Charles A 273 

Charles A 296 

Charles A 315 

Charles D 128 

Charles E 69-A 

Charles E 127 

Charles F 169 

Charles G 277 



Gary, Charles H 114 

Charles H 148 

Charles H 153 

Charles H 211 

Charles H 220 

Charles H 300 

Charles H. W 235 

Charles J 214 

Charles Jerome ....109 

Charles K 246 

Charles M 255 

Charles M 300 

Charles P 139 

Charles P 148 

Charles P 190 

Charles P 278 

Charles W 69-A 

Charles W 257 

Charles W 277 

Charles W 299 

Charles W 316 

Charlotte 28-A 

Charlotte 97 

Charlotte 142 

Charlotte 159 

Charlotte A 152 

Charlotte A 276 

Charlotte H 69-A 

Chester E 100 

Chloe 19-A 

Christopher 94 

Christopher 118 

Christopher 195 

Clara 60-A 

Clara 67 

Clara 79-A 

Clara 123 

Clara 127 

Clara 131 

Clara 248 

Clara 295 

Clara B 226 

Clara B 261 

Clara E 130 

Clara 1 129 

Clara 1 243 

Clara M 225 

Clara S 228 

Clarence 170 



Index of Carys 



29 



Cary, Clarence 300 

Clarence C 288-A 

Clarinda Bliss 105-A 

Clarissa 55 

Clarissa 73 

Clarissa 83 

Clarissa D 28-A 

Clarissa Olive 60-A 

Clark H 310 

Clark S 316 

Clark W 310 

Clement 161 

Clement C 281-A 

Clementine 227 

Clifton 196 

Clinton B 294 

Collin R 263 

Comfort 63-D 

Cordelia C 177 

Cornelia F 114 

Cornelia M 225 

Curtis C 294 

Cynthia 62 

Cynthia 65 

Cynthia 107 

Cynthia 121 

Cynthia 123 

Cynthia 240 

Cynthia A 114 

Cynthia H 218 

Cynthia M 218 

Cynthia T 125 

Cyrus 68 

Dale E 33 

Damaris 8 

Damaris 48 

Damaris 85 

Damaris 175 

Danforth A 175 

Daniel 32 

Daniel 33 

Daniel 34 

Daniel 40 

Daniel 60 

Daniel 63-D 

Daniel 65 

Maj. Daniel 66 

Daniel 140 



Cary, 



Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

Dan 

D 

Dav 

Dav 

Dav: 

Dav: 

Dav: 

Dav 

Dav 

Dav 

Dav 

Dav 



el 

el B 

el B 257 

el Clark 202-A 



■243 

.247 
. 60-A 



el H. 
el H. 
el H. 
el I. 
el L. 
el M. 
el M. 
el M. 



. 60 
. 142-B 
.242 
. 60-A 
.161 
• 33 
•254 
.272 



el W 142-A 

us H 108 

d 6 

d 13 

d 19 

d 21 

d 122 

d 142 

d 228 

d A 228 

d H 106 

d M 255 



Deborah 50 

Deborah 57 

Delia 60-A 

Delia 95 

Delia F 152 

Delia L 293 

Delia M 288-A 

Delight 47 

Deliverance 52 

DeWitt Clinton . ..113 

Diantha 88 

Dillsworth 196 

Dolly 128 

Donald B 218 

Donald E 266 

Donovan 291 

Dora E 69-A 

Dorcas 47 

Dorothy 28-A 

Dorothy 37 

Dorothy 218 

Dorothea 28-A 

Douglass 116 

Douglass V 114 



30 



Index of Carys 



Gary, Drusilla 119 

Drusilla 280 

Dumont R 182 

Dwight 305 

Dwight 307 

Dwight P 300 

Earnest 218 

Earnest B 298 

Eben M 79-A 

Ebenezer 34 

Ebenezer 44 

Ebenezer 48 

Ebenezer 53--A- 

Ebenezer 62 

Ebenezer 63-C 

Ebenezer 80 

Ebenezer 86 

Ebenezer 97-A 

Ebenezer 165 

Ebenezer 166 

Ebenezer 180 

Ebenezer 217 

Ebenezer 223 

Ebenezer 280 

Ebenezer 281-A 

Ebenezer F 281-A 

Ebenezer L 291 

Eddie L 291 

Eddie S 294 

Edgar A 300 

Edgar H 179 

Edith 79-A 

Edith 317 

Edith H 225 

Edith M 238 

Edith V 141-A 

Edith W 313 

Edmond 257 

Edward 19 

Edward 60-A 

Edward 207 

Edward 225 

Edward 226 

Edward 237 

Edward 272 

Edward A 271 

Edward A 294 

Edward Colby 317 



Cary, Edward D 220 

Edward F 238 

Edward F 250 

Edward G 261 

Edward H 79-A 

Edward L 214 

Edward L 288 

Edward M 69-A 

Edward M 288 

Edward R 249 

Edward S 127 

Edwin 213 

Edwin A 312 

Edwin F 276-A 

Edwin H 163 

Edwin H 118-A 

Edwin H 208 

Edwin S 291 

Edwin T 170 

Edwin W 183 

Edwin W 298 

Efifa 79-A 

Dr. Egbert 113 

Egbert 207 

Egbert 218 

Egbert J 223 

Eleanor 181 

Eleanor 276-A 

Eleanor 281 

Eleazer 9 

Eleazer 24 

Eleazer 25 

Eleazer 29 

Eleazer 41 

Eleazer 47 

Eleazer 54 

Eleazer 63-G 

Eleazer 99 

Eleazer 116 

Eleazer 203 

Electa J 112 

Elias 63-C 

Elias 64 

Elias R 162 

Elijah 184 

Eliphalet 18 

Maj. Eliphalet 18 

Eliphalet P 242 

Elisha 56 



Index of Carys 



31 



Cary, El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
-El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El: 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 
El 



sha C 274 

sha S 274 

za 9 

za 60-A 



• 73 
.110 



za 122 

za 159 

za 207 

za A 152 

za J 306 

za M 210 

za S 143 

za Vilas 85-B 

zabeth 2 

zabeth 3-A 

zabeth 4 

zabeth 6 

zabeth 7 

zabeth 10 

zabeth 11 

zabeth 13 

zabeth 19-A 

zabeth 23 

zabeth 28-A 

zabeth 28-C 

zabeth 29 

zabeth 34 

zabeth 40 

zabeth 45 

zabeth 48 

zabeth 53-A 

zabeth 61 

zabeth 63-A 

zabeth 81 

zabeth 97-A 

zabeth 112 

zabeth 115 

zabeth 118-A 

zabeth 141 

zabeth 163 

zabeth 166 

zabeth 209 

zabeth 222 

zabeth 279 

zabeth C 145 

zabeth D 161 

zabeth D 211 

zabeth H 225 



Cary, Elizabeth M 226 

Elizabeth M 275 

Elizabeth S 177 

Ella 60-A 

Ella 226 

Ella D 265 

Ella E 314 

Ella J 60-A 

Ella W 201 

Ellen 28-A 

Ellen 128 

Ellen 243 

Ellen A 302 

Ellen B 264 

Ellen M 142-A 

Ellen M 166 

Ellen Fisher 105 

Ellena A 235 

ElHott 58 

Elliott 171 

Ellsworth H >. .291 

Elma 167 

Elmer B 300 

Elmer E 291 

Elmina 194 

Eloise 300 

Elvira 123 

Elwyn A 315 

Emeline 59 

Emeline 81 

Emeline 108 

Emeline 190 

Emeline B 28-A 

Emerson J 264 

Emery C 292 

Emily 97-A 

Emily 131 

Emily 132 

Emily 186 

Emily A 69-A 

Emily E 275 

Emily 1 200 

Emily J 254 

Emily L 302 

Emily T 166 

Emma 63-C 

Emma 261 

Emma 290 

Emma A 204 



32 



Index of Carys 



Cary, Emma C 278 

Emma C 279 

Emma J 169 

Emma M 283 

Emma Louise 105 

Emma R 195 

Emmelia 129-A 

Emory 295 

Emory L 177 

Ephraim 14 

Ephraim 30 

Ephraim 32 

Ephraim 134 

Ephraim 290 

Ephraim C 143 

Erastus 176 

Ernest 141-A 

Estella 63-C 

Estey A 79-A 

Esther 19-A 

Esther 28-C 

Esther 63-A 

Esther 63-C 

Esther 257 

Esther A 166 

Esther B 184 

Esther D 60 

Ethel 202-A 

Ethel L 266 

Ethel M 167 

Ethelinda 263 

Ethelwyn 201 

Eunice 25 

Eunice 38 

Eunice 39 

Eunice 42 

Eunice 66 

Eunice 82 

Eunice 92 

Eunice 99-A 

Eunice 123 

Eunice 126 

Eunice 143 

Eugene B 174 

Eugene L 290 

Eugenia 300 

Eugenia A 262 

Eugenia L 141 

Eve E 264 



Cary, Evan F 225 

Evaline E 301 

Evelyn L 300 

Evelyn P 275 

Experience i8 

Experience 40 

Ezekiel 82 

Ezekiel 88 

Ezekiel W 182 

Ezra 30 

Ezra 64 

Ezra 65 

Ezra 69 

Ezra no 

Ezra 122 

Ezra 123 

Ezra 236 

Ezra D 241 

Ezra H 163 

F. P 315 

Fanny 57 

Fanny 90 

Fanny 175 

Fanny 213 

Fanny B 114 

Fanny J 222 

Fanny M 270 

Fanny M 271 

Fanny 264 

Ferdinand E 198 

Ferdinand F 60 

Fern E 79-A 

Fidelia 141-A 

Fidelia 182 

Finley W 228 

Fitch A 305 

Flora H 230 

Florence 170 

Foster H., M. D 152 

Frances 85-B 

Frances 116 

Frances i59 

Frances 192 

Frances 247 

Frances A. G 129 

Frances E 197 

Frances F 28-B 

Frances H 183 



Index of Carys 



33 



Cary, Frances J 242 



Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 
Franc 



Gage. 



■ 3 
. 63-B 
. 68 

• 71 
.126 

■159 
•195 
.242 
.247 

•131 
.129 
.101 
.197 
.277- 

Frank 235 

Frank 279-B 

Frank B ..282 

Frank B 300 

Frank E 274 

Frank H 149 

Frank L 300 

Frank L 141-A 

Frank Pierce 100 

Frank R 284 

Frank S 304 

Frank W 307 

Franklin 95 

Franklin 136 

Fred Asa 85-B 

Fred E 267 

Fred W 153 

Frederic W 299 

Frederick 186 

Frederick A 187 

Frederick A 300 

Frederick E 169 

'Frederick J 174 

Frederick W 215 

Frederick W 299 

Freelove 146 

Freeman Grant .... 199 

Geneva H 79-A 

George 12 

George 26 

George 60-A 

George 63-B 

George 69-A 



Cary, George 79-A 

George 120 

George 181 

George 209 

George 237 

George 251 

George 258 

George 265 

George 304 

George A 169 

George A 190 

George A 191 

George A 242 

George B 277 

George B 300 

George C 262 

George C 308 

George Clark 153 

George De Forest . . 288-A 

George E 257 

George E 279-B 

George F 239 

George F 273 

George H 153 

George H 202-A 

George H 215 

George H 304 

George L 135 

George L 141 

George L 218 

George L 305 

George Lovell 28-A 

George M 262 

George N 309 

George Peter 85-B 

George R 206 

George S 168 

George S 307 

George S 286 

George T 235 

George W 152 

George W 154 

George W 167 • 

George W 186 

George W 216 

George W 286 

George W 316 

George Washington 120 
Georgiana 100 



34 



Index of Carys 



Gary, Georgiana 297 

Gertrude 233 

Gertrude M 220 

Gilbert G 242 

Giles 183 

Gilman 28-A 

Glory Ann 141-A 

Goldy 33 

Grace 218 

Grafton E 170 

Gussie 63-C 

Gustavus 240 

Hannah i 

Hannah 4 

Hannah 7 

Hannah 20 

Hannah 23 

Hannah 27 

Hannah 33 

Hannah 34 

Hannah 39 

Hannah 45 

Hannah 47 

Hannah 53 

Hannah 63-A 

Hannah 63-E 

Hannah 70 

Hannah 82 

Hannah 93 

Hannah 97 

Hannah 138 

Hannah B 166 

Hannah C 220 

Hannah T loi 

Hannah T 109 

Hannah Wales .... 157 

Harlan 141-A 

Harlin E 291 

Harmony 68 

Harold S 225 

Harold W 266 

Harriet 85 

Harriet 93 

Harriet 95 

Harriet 97-A 

Harriet 99 

Harriet 127 

Harriet 143 



Gary, Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr: 
Harr 
Harr 
Harr: 
Harry 



et . . 
et A. 
et E. 



et E. 
et E. 
et F. 
et . . 
et S. 

et W 28-A 

ette G 127 

son 132 

son Gray Otis 249 

63-C 



.271 
.109 
.148 
.185 
.223 
.156 
•193 
8S-B 



Harry 69-A 

Harry F 281-A 

Harry G 229 

Harry Waldo 79-A 

Harvey 60-A 

Harvey 237 

Harvey G 233 

Harvey H 104 

Hattie R 226 

Helen 62 

Helen 276-A 

Helen 279 

Helen 314 

Helen 319 

Helen A 149 

Helen A 170 

Helen E 169 

Helen G 63-C 

Helen 1 210 

Helen L 114 

Helen M 193 

Helen M 200 

Henrietta 281 

Henrietta 299 

Henry, Rev 19-A 

Henry 39 

Henry 124 

Henry 127 

Henry 141-A 

Henry 160 

Henry 242 

Henry A '. . .282 

Henry C 227 

Henry E 141-A 

Henry F 133 

Henry F 204 



Index of Carys 



35 



Gary, Henry G 28-A 

Henry G 229 

Henry G 233 

Henry H 141 

Henry H 306 

Henry L 297 

Henry Lucius 98 

Henry R 190 

Henry S 235 

Henry S 242 

Henry S 275 

Henry Grosvenor. . .206-A 
Henry Nathaniel. . . 85-B 
Henry Stephen .... 79-A 

Henry Shorer 235 

Henry W 144 

Henry Y 301 

Hepzibah 62 

Herbert 79-A 

Herbert 243 

Herbert B 299 

Herbert F 266 

Herbert L 300 

Herbert 300 

Hester C 228 

Hiram 118-A 

Hiram F 152 

Homer 179 

Hope 276-A 

Horace 97-A 

Horace 253 

Horace 300 

Horace D 202-A 

Horace K 300 

Horatio 190 

Horatio G 190 

Hosea H 242 

Howard, Capt 71 

Howard 79-A 

Howard 127 

Howard B 294 

Howard L 294 

Howard T 298 

Howard W 276-A 

Hoyt F 267 

Hubbard 118 

Hudson 172 

Hugh 131 

Huldah 17 



Gary, Huldah 28-C 

Huldah 32 

Huldah 38 

Huldah 75 

Ichabod 34 

Ida 60-A 

Ida 276-A 

Ida F 60-A 

Ida M 229 

Ida M 293 

Imogene 203 

Inez 295 

Ira F 33 

Ira H 222 

Irena 90 

Irving B 85-B 

Irwin 196 

Isaac 28-A 

Isaac 60-A 

Isaac 78 

Isaac, Dr 79-A 

Isaac 156 

Isaac 164 

Isaac 172 

Isaac 218 

Isaac 220 

Isaac, Dr 284 

Isaac H 208 

Isaac J 105-A 

Isaac N 160 

Isabel 123 

Isabel 166 

Isabella 128 

Isabella 137 

Ivy 79-A 

J. Eugene 118-A 

Jabez 21 

Jabez 46 

Jacob 78 

Jacob 79-A 

Jairus 250 

James 4 

James 10 

James 15 

James 25-A 

James 46 

James 60-A 



36 



Index of Carys 



Gary, James 63-C 

James j'j 

James, Capt 91 

James 132 

James 186 

James 188 

James 250 

James 276 

James A 128 

James A 263 

James B 135 

James B 254 

James B 305 

James C 128 

James H 254 

James H 239 

James N 280 

James R 218 

James R 255 

James Rogers 62 

James S 128 

James S 303 

James Sturges .... 114 

James V 63-C 

James W 276 

James W 312 

James Warren .... 60-A 

Jane 60-A 

Jane ,68 

Jane 69 

Jane 79-A 

Jane 115 

Jane 117 

Jane 118-A 

Jane 134 

Jane 141-A 

Jane 189 

Jane L 307 

Jane M 192 

Jane S 279 

Jane W 138 

Jane Wesley 231 

Jarvis 219 

Jason S 119 

Jedediah T 311 

Jefferson 251 

Jefferson S 282 

Jemima 45 

Jeremiah 230 



Gary, Jeremiah E 210 

Jennette P 294 

Jennie 63-C 

Jennie 120 

Jennie 181 

Jennie 232 

Jennie Wheeler . . . .314 

Jervis 218 

Jesse 18 

Jesse 225 

Jesse W 33 

Jessica L 28-A 

Jessie 201 

Jessie M 300 

Joanna 23 

Joanna 135 

Joanna 163 

Joel 40 

Joel 79-A 

Joel 141-A 

John I 

John 2 

John 8 

John 17 

John 22 

John 26 

John 28-A 

John 33 

John 38 

John 47 

John 49 

John 58 

John 60-A 

John 63-A 

John 63-B 

John 63-D 

John 79 

John 88 

John 95 

John 105-A 

John I18-A 

John 124 

John 136 

John 139 

John 157 

John 160 

John 162 

John 163 

John 165 



Index of Carys 



37 



Cary, John i8o 

John 183 

John 186 

John 195 

John 218 

John 222 

John 264 

John A 254 

John A 276 

John Abbott 118-A 

John B 190 

John Bradford .... 120 

John C 283 

John Colman 132 

John C. W 235 

John E 197 

John Ely 210 

John F 60 

John F 288-A 

John G 105-A 

John H 170 

John Harris 79-A 

John L 170 

John L 259 

John L 260 

John L 261 

John M 105 

John M 218 

John M 219 

John M 222 

John N 229 

John N 233 

John R 235 

John R 261 

John S 226 

John Shepherd .... 124 

John T 280 

John W 167 

John W 226 

John W 295 

John W 300 

John W 301 

John Walter 79-A 

John Watson 85-B 

Johnson 115 

Johnson 118 

Jonathan 5 

Jonathan 18 

Jonathan Dea 37 



Gary, Jonathan 42 

Jonathan 75 

Jonathan 90 

Jonathan 146 

Jonathan 151 

Jonathan H 133 

Jonathan T 309 

Joseph 7 

Joseph 12 

Joseph 12 

Joseph 20 

Joseph 22 

Joseph 28-A 

Joseph 45 

Joseph 5^^ 

Joseph 61 

Joseph 69-A 

Joseph 78 

Joseph 82 

Joseph 92 

Joseph, Dr 107 

Joseph 135 

Joseph 171 

Joseph 172 

Joseph 176 

Joseph 207 

Joseph 214 

Joseph A 209 

Joseph B 281-A 

Joseph G 209-A 

Joseph F 300 

Joseph L 210 

Joseph M 218 

Joseph M 281 

Joseph P 314 

Joseph S 142-A 

Joseph W 219 

Josephine 227 

Josephine 319 

Joshua 34 

Joshua 79-A 

Josiah 12 

Josiah 53 

Josiah 72 

Josiah 97 

Josiah 144 

Josiah 202 

Josiah 268 

Josiah Addison . . . .269 



38 



Index of Carys 



Cary, Josiah W 212 

Josiah W 310 

Josiah W 145 

Julia 167 

Julia 181 

Julia A 69-A 

Julia A 147 

Julia E. 182 

Julia F 250 

Julia Knox 156 

Julia M 228 

Julia W. 279 

Julia Madeline . 85-B 

Julian 203 

Julian 308 

Kate 63-C 

Kate 271 

Kate M. ..., 257 

Katherine iii 

Katherine A 210 

Kathryn 79-A 

Keziah 218 

Knibloe B 318 

L. B., Dr 113 

Lanetta C 223 

Laura 63-B 

Laura 108 

Laura A 179 

Laura C 231 

Laura E 274 

La Verne 202-A 

Lavinia 51 

Lazarus 28-A 

Leander 19-A 

Leander 79-A 

Leigh R 225 

Lemuel P 121 

Lena 33 

Leon B 114 

Leonard 148 

Leonard 245 

Leonard B 261 

Letha 79-A 

Leta L 291 

Levi 70 

Levi 267 

Levi S 85-B 



Cary, Levi S 150 

Lewis 69 

Lewis 137 

Lewis 138 

Lewis 155 

Lewis 283 

Lewis A 258 

Lewis B 155 

Lewis C 239 

Lewis D 263 

Lewis H 259 

Lewis M 256 

Lewis W 262 

L. Gertrude 28-A 

Lillian 279 

Lillian E 266 

Lillian M 291 

Lilly 141-A 

Lillyan Dorothy. . .202-A 

Liston D 79-A 

Lizzie A 79-A 

Lizzie Almeda .... 70-A 

Lizzie 262 

Lizzie T 230 

Lois 42 

Lois 123 

Lois A 243 

Lola 300 

Lorana F 241 

Lorenzo 198 

Lorenzo J 197 

Loretta 229 

Lou 79-A 

Louis A 28-A 

Louis F 144 

Louis F 174 

Louisa 112 

Louisa E 212 

Louisa F 149 

Louisa J 173 

Lucia 99 

Lucia 207 

Lucia A 142-B 

Lucia Emily 104 

Lucie A 131 

Lucien B 303 

Lucilla 138 

Lucina 84 

Lucinda 48 



Index of Carys 



39 



Cary, Lucinda 58 

Lucinda 84 

Lucinda 86 

Lucinda 165 

Lucius 74 

Lucius 134 

Lucius 149 

Lucius 218 

Lucius 253 

Lucius C 85-B 

Lucius F 218 

Lucius H 203 

Lucius Henry 98 

Lucius M 202-A 

Lucretia 47 

Lucretia 182 

Lucretia 236 

Lucretia 257 

Lucretia 259 

Lucretia H 129 

Lucy 46 

Lucy 53-A 

Lucy 63-D 

Lucy 76 

Lucy 82 

Lucy 83 

Lucy 84 

Lucy 94 

Lucy 97-A 

Lucy 143 

Lucy 242 

Lucy Ann 104 

Lucy Ann 125 

Lucy M 108 

Lucy P 242 

Luella 300 

Lurany 69 

Lurany E 139 

Luther 30 

Luther 65 

Luther, Dr 67 

Luther 72 

Luther 152 

Luther 248 

Luther 276-A 

Luther H 128 

Luther H 174 

Luther King 128 

Luther King 132 



Cary, Luther Messimore. 
Lydia 



Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lvd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lvd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lyd 
Lvd 



79-A 
9 
13 
1 4- A 

25 

36 

46 

58 

62 

63-D 

69-A 

72 

77 

97 

99 
119 
123 
141-A 
202 
203 
217 
244 
264 
143 
234 

28-A 

173 



A 

H 

K 

Reed .. 

S 

Lyman 171 

Lyman 253 

Lyman 141-A 

Lyman F 140 

Lyman N 263 

Mabel 220 

Mabel A 79-A 

Mabel E 114 

Mabel L 202-A 

Mabel V 300 

Mabelle B 127 

Mahala 135 

Malissa A 168 

Malvina 132 

Malvina E 199 

Manly A 274 

Mara A 169 

Marcena K 33 

Marcellus 229 

Marcia A 142-A 

Margaret 85-B 



40 



Index of Carys 



Cary, Margaret i8i 

Margaret 215 

Margaret 276-A 

Margaret 28-A 

Margaret J 139 

Margaret L 210 

Margaret Lovell . . . 28-A 

Margaret Stone 85-B 

Maria 62 

Maria 94 

Maria 97-A 

Maria 106 

Maria iii 

Maria 112 

Maria 117 

Maria 195 

Maria 200 

Maria 207 

Maria 217 

Maria 221 

Maria A i(^ 

Maria F 121 

Maria S 220 

Marilla J 224 

Marion 105-A 

Marion 181 

Marion 288-A 

Marjorie G 298 

Mark De F 215 

Mark De F 288-A 

Marrel H 79-A 

Martha 17 

Martha 46 

Martha 51 

Martha 63-C 

Martha 69 

Martha 71-A 

Martha 78 

Martha 79-A 

Martha 127 

Martha 135 

Martha 142-B 

Martha 148 

Martha 153 

Martha 159 

Martha 195 

Martha 254 

Martha 280 

Martha 281 



Cary, Martha B 145 

Martha E 148 

Martha E 152 

Martha J 213 

Martha J 239 

Martha L 2or 

Martha M 259 

Martha W 60-A 

Martin 153 

Martin A 153 

Martin L 276-A 

Martin V. B 195 

Mary ; i 

Mary 3 

Mary 4 

Mary 9 

Mary 12 

Mary 13 

Mary 16 

Mary 19 

Mary 19-A 

Mary 21 

Mary 23 

Mary 25 

Mary 25-A 

Mary 28-C 

Mary 34 

Mary 36 

Mary 41 

Mary 45 

Mary 47 

Mary 56 

Mary 60-A 

Mary 79 

Mary 141 

Mary 141-A 

Mary 145 

Mary 149 

Mary 152 

Mary 153-B 

Mary 175 

Mary 180 

Mary 195 

Mary 199 

Mary 217 

Mary 281 

Mary A 69-A 

Mary A 143 

Mary A 148 



Index of Carys 



41 



Cary, Mary A 149 

Mary A 204 

Mary A 207 

Mary A 260 

Mary A 269 

Mary A 218 

Mary A 230 

Mary Adelaide 28-A 

Mary Ann 57 

Mary Ann 85-B 

Mary Ann 115 

Mary Ann 143 

Mary Ann 161 

Mary Ann 172 

Mary Ann 279-A 

Mary Ann Short . . 28-A 

Mary Anna 72 

Mary B 193 

Mary B 235 

Mary B 246 

Mary E 33 

Mary E 60-A 

Mary E 152 

Mary E 210 

Mary E 223 

Mary E 244 

Mary E 259 

Mary E 278 

Mary E 281-A 

Mary E 305 

Mary Ella 242 

Mary F 105-A 

Mary F 163 

Mary G 313 

Mary H 151 

Mary H 242 

Mary H 281 

Mary J 202 

Mary J 308 

Mary Jane 105-A 

Mary J 118 

Mary L 185 

Mary L 299 

Mary M 280 

Mary Scott 116 

Mary T 119 

Mary W 156 

Mary W 279 

Maryette 162 



Gary, Maryette 242 

Matilda 62 

Matilda iii 

Matilda 113 

Matilda 162 

Matilda 218 

Mattie 149 

Maud 79-A 

Maud L 202-A 

Maud Livsey 170 

Maurice 131 

Maurice 152 

May 141-A 

May Almeda 118-A 

Mehitabel i 

Mehitabel 3 

Mehitabel 6 

Mehitabel 7-B 

Mehitabel 14 

Mehitabel 22 

Mehitabel 29 

Mehitabel 31 

Mehitabel 35 

Mehitabel 71-C 

Melancthon 256 

Melancthon W 85-B 

Melbert B 85-B 

Melinda 153 

Melvin 235 

Melvin 293 

Mercy 4 

Mercy 22 

Mercy 52 

Merritt 218 

Meta 1 79-A 

Michael 43 

Milan Galusha ....205 

Mildred 220 

Mildred J 299 

Milo G 79-A 

Milton 63-C 

Milton Ill 

Milton T 234 

Minerva 59 

Minerva 93 

Minnie 79-A 

Minnie L 266 

Mollie 234 

Molly 17 



42 



Index of Carys 



Gary, Molly 27 

Molly 35 

Molly 142-C 

Mordecai 72 

Morris L 300 

Moses 53-A 

Moses 74 

Moses 97-A 

Myra F 225 

Myrtle A 202-A 

Naba 61 

Nabby 128 

Nancy 12 

Nancy 25 

Nancy 63-C 

Nancy 69 

Nancy 76 

Nancy 97 

I Nancy I57-A 

Nancy A 79-A 

Nancy E 281 

Nancy J 172 

Nancy W 119 

Nannie L 79-A 

Nathan 19 

Nathan 28-C 

Nathan 48 

Nathan 63 

Nathan 63-B 

Nathan 63-C 

Nathan 80 

Nathan 118-A 

Nathan C 270 

Nathan S 149 

Nathaniel 2 

Nathaniel 12 

Nathaniel 26 

Nathaniel, Col 28 

Nathaniel 47 

Nathaniel, Capt. ... 51 

Nathaniel 55 

Nathaniel 60-A 

Nathaniel 92 

Nathaniel 162 

Nathaniel C 85-B 

Nathaniel S 177 

Nellie 149 

Nellie G 267 



Gary, Nellie L 206 

Nellie S 177 

Nelson E 260 

Nelson Howard . . . 142- A 

Nettie 271 

Norman W 269 

Olive 46 

Olive 60-A 

Olive 66 

Olive 126 

Olive E 288-A 

Olive M 291 

Olivet 57 

Olivet 100 

Oliver Aikin 225 

Oliver H. P 280 

Olney C 167 

Oren E 300 

Orinda 290 

Ormond 124 

Orra B 291 

Orrin 197 

Oscar E 300 

Osee 79-A 

Otis, Hon 157 

Otis, Rev 279-B 

Palmer G 192 

Pamelia 28-A 

Pamelia 59 

Patty 60-A 

Patty 72 

Pauline 85-B 

Paul Van Ettan 85-B 

Pearl 79-A 

Pearl L 294 

Peleg 10 

Permelia Rosamond 103 

Persis 47 

Peter 6 

Peter L 233 

Phebe 8 

Phebe 32 

Phebe . . . .- 33 

Phebe 45 

Phebe 60-A 

Phebe 64 

Phebe 78 



Index of Carys 



43 



Gary, Phebe 82 

Phebe 83 

Phebe 94-A 

Phebe 113 

Phebe 159 

Phebe ■ 181 

Phebe 194 

Phebe 281 

Phebe A 218 

Phebe A 268 

Phebe C 218 

Phebe H 186 

Phebe J 161 

Phebe J 300 

Philip F 113 

Philip H 145 

Philomela 51 

Phineas 56 

Polly 33 

Polly 53 

Polly 60-A 

Polly 72 

Polly 74 

Polly 81 

Preston M 148 

Priscilla 6 

Priscilla P 242 

Priscilla P 151 

Prosper 12 

Prosper 47 

Rachel 63-C 

Rachel 82 

Rachel J 79-A 

Raiman B 300 

Ralph 187 

Ralph H 141-A 

Ralph H 161 

Ralph H 300 

Ralph S 114 

Ralph W 301 

Ransom T 141-A 

Rebecca 7-A 

Rebecca 10 

Rebecca 40 

Rebecca 49 

Rebecca 160 

Rebecca 161 

Rebecca E 118-A 



Gary, Rebecca F 199 

Rebecca V 167 

Recompense, Dea... 16 

Recompense 73 

Relief 83 

Reuben 40 

Rex L 300 

Rhoda 28-G 

Rhoda 71-B 

Rhoda 106 

Rhoda 143-D 

Rhoda 149 

Rhoda 272-B 

Rhoda 280 

Rhoda J 228 

Rhoda S 116 

Rhuca 309 

Richard 45 

Richard 46 

Richard 83 

Richard 292 

Richard L 174 

Richard L 218 

Richard M 173 

Robert I94 

Robert J 85-B 

Robert W 149 

Rodolpho 167 

Roger 92 

Rollin B 145 

Rosa E 281 

Rosanna 28-G 

Rosanna 281 

Roxania 175 

Rose B 128 

Roswell 175 

Rowena 192 

Rowena 194 

Roy D 300 

Ruby 76 

Ruby W 167 

Rufus 64 

Rufus 237 

Rufus 238 

Rufus J loi 

Russell S 142-A 

Ruth 61 

Ruth Ill 

Ruth 117 



44 



Index of Carys 



Cary, Ruth 217 

Ruth 220 

Ruth L 300 

Ruth S 218 

Saduska 85 

Salmon 241 

Sallie A 119 

Sally 44 

Sally 69 

Sally 75 

Sally 84 

Sally 91 

Sally S 8r 

Salome 68 

Samuel 12 

Samuel 13 

Samuel 40 

Samuel 46 

Samuel 52 

Samuel 63-B 

Samuel 106 

Samuel 217 

Samuel 242 

Samuel, Col 280 

Samuel A 271 

Samuel C 232 

Samuel D 254 

Samuel E 142-A 

Samuel F 198 

Samuel F 199 

Samuel F 201 

Samuel F 301 

Samuel Fenton ....201 

Samuel P 242 

Samuel P 254 

Samuel R 105-A 

Samuel S. D 280 

Samuel W 140 

Samuel Wills 140 

Sanford 189 

Sara A 143 

Sarah i 

Sarah 15 

Sarah 16 

Sarah 37 

Sarah 38 

Sarah 48 

Sarah 63-B 



Cary, Sarah 63-C 

Sarah 85-A 

Sarah 86 

Sarah 118-A 

Sarah 121 

Sarah 127 

Sarah 141-A 

Sarah 159 

Sarah 172 

Sarah 181 

Sarah 244 

Sarah 248 

Sarah A 85-B 

Sarah A 120 

Sarah A 129 

Sarah A 143 

Sarah A 197 

Sarah A. M 280 

Sarah C 240 

Sarah D 125 

Sarah E 193 

Sarah E 266 

Sarah Etta 170 

Sarah Flagler 224 

Sarah J 33 

Sarah J 163 

Sarah J 198 

Sarah J 311 

Sarah L 296 

Sarah R 307 

Sarah T 157 

Sarah W 138 

Sarah W 191 

Sarah W 254 

Selesta 63-C 

Seth 2 

Seth 10 

Seth 18 

Seth 23 

Seth 69-A 

Seth 141-A 

Seth Cooley 105-A 

Seth F 242 

Seth S 242 

Seward i8i 

Shepard 251 

Sherman G 254 

Sherman L 202-A 

Sibbel 47 



Index of Carys 



45 



Cary, Sibian G 179 

Silas J 161 

Silas J 281-A 

Simeon, Col 35 

Simeon 79-A 

Simeon 142-A 

Simeon B 232 

Simeon Baker 120 

Solomon Flagler ... 114 
Solomon Flagler . . .224 

Sophia 113 

Sophia 127 

Sophia 28-A 

Sophia A 102 

Sophia A 235 

Sophia Cornelia . . . 69-A 

Sophia L 128 

Sophronia 33 

Sophronia 57 

Sophronia 182 

Sophronia 295 

Sophronia C 33 

Stella 300 

Stephen 40 

Stephen 82 

Stephen H 231 

Stephen J 138 

Stewart 118-A 

Sturges 114 

Sturges F 225 

Susan 26 

Susan 63-A 

Susan 115 

Susan 118-A 

Susan 128 

Susan 130 

Susan 137 

Susan 166 

Susan 194 

Susan 195 

Susan 268 

Susan A 242 

Susan B 257 

Susan C 140 

Susan E 108 

Susan M 300 

Susan M 309 

Susan P 242 

Susan T 81 



Cary, Susanna 10 

Susanna 11 

Susanna 17 

Susanna 18 

Susanna 25 

Susanna 27 

Susanna 29 

Susanna 31 

Susanna 32 

Susanna 38 

Susanna 58 

Susanna 60-A 

Susanna 63-A 

Susanna 65 

Susanna 68 

Susanna 70 

Susanna 74 

Susanna 83 

Susanna 105-A 

Susanna 143 

Susanna 242 

Susanna 272-A 

Susanna Cornelia . . 140 

Susie Amelia 105 

Sylvia 85 

Sylvester 33 

Sylvester 177 

Sylvester 252 

Sylvester E 177 

Sylvester L 294 

Talcot P 174 

Tamar 113 

Tamar A 229 

Taylor 112 

Thankful 17 

Thankful 26 

Thankful 40 

Thankful 53 

Theda 240 

Thelma D 33 

Theodore 251 

Theron 298 

Thesta S 205 

Thomas 26 

Thomas 44 

Thomas 60-A 

Thomas 79-A 

Thomas 121 



46 



Index of Carys 



Gary, Thomas i8i 

Thomas i86 

Thomas 236 

Thomas 240 

Thomas 241 

Thomas G 69-A 

Thomas H 147 

Thomas J 257 

Thomas M 239 

Thomas Storrs .... 99 

Thomas W 278 

Timothy 2 

Tolman 65 

Tom Gorwin 226 

Tracy M 225 

Trillena 79-A 

Truman 175 

Trumbull 87 

Trumbull 181 

Triphena 45 

Van Renssalaer. ... 174 
Van Renssalaer. . . . 178 

Varus B 195 

Veranus L 274 

Vesta 149 

Vesta S 272-C 

Viola 79-A 

Viola E 266 

Volima 121 

Volney 79"^ 

Waitstill 12 

Waitstill 281 

Waitstill M 281 

Walcot 308 

Waldo 182 

Walter 79-A 

Walter 85-B 

Walter, M. D 181 

Walter 251 

Walter 279-B 

Walter B 215 

Walter D 202-A 

Walter E 225 

Walter E 315 

Walter H 142-A 

Walter Trumbull... 48 
Walter W 276-A 



Gary, Warren 60-A 

Warren 79-A 

Warren 194 

Warren 238 

Warren M 79-A 

Wealthy 176 

Wesley 176 

Wilford P 315 

Willard H 275 

Willard P 279 

William, Dea 25 

William 59 

William 60 

William 63-B 

William 71 

William 89 

William 96 

William 102 

William 109 

William, Dr iii 

William ill 

William 117 

William 128 

William 136 

William 137 

William 167 

William 185 

William 195 

William 199 

William 218 

William 220 

William 220 

William 221 

William 244 

William 301 

William 315 

William A 204 

William A 227 

William A 270 

William A 313 

William Addison ..204 
William Ayres .... 146 

William B 255 

William B 308 

William B 314 

William G 157 

William G 228 

William D 60 

William E 224 



Index of Carys 



47 



Cary, William G 260 

William H 28-A 

William H 133 

William H 142-A 

William H 187 

William H 202-A 

William H 214 

William H 215 

William H 252 

William H 256 

William H 268 

William H 283 

William H 285 

William H 287 

William H 297 

William H 300 

William Henry .... 79-A 
William Henry .... 105 

William Hiram 28-A 

William K 128 

William L 170 

William L 301 

William L 319 

William P 279 

William P 287 

William R 231 

William R 244 

William S 140 

William S 260 

William S 263 

William Sayre 263 

William Stanton 79-A 

William T 227 

William T 229 

William W 197 



Cary, William W 266 

William Woodward 200 

Willie C 158 

Wilson W loi 

Winnefred 204 

Winnefred R 28-A 

Winthrop 90 

Winthrop H 302 

Wolcott 308 

Ysabel F 85-B 

Zachary 122 

Zachary 239 

Zalmon S 193 

Zechariah 31 

Zechariah 121 

Zenas 34 

Zenas 69-A 

Zenas 71 

Zenas 142 

Zeneah no 

Zebulon 36 

Zebulon 69-A 

Zebulon 73 

Zebulon 141-A 

Zebulon 143 

Zebulon E 143 

Zerviah 20 

Zibiah 66 

Zibiah 126 

Zilla 50 

Zina .' 82 

Zoe J 253 



INTERMARRIAGES WITH CARYS. 

Numbers Refer to Sections. 



Abbott, Mercy ■ 63-C 

Abbey, Elvina 170 

Ackers, A 254 

Adams, Aaron 85 

David F 188 

Eliashib 7-B 

Elijah 63-C 

Mary B 305 

Aikin, William 62 

Alden, Daniel 37 

Ezra 32 

Hannah 46 

Hannah yj 

Hannah C 153 

Samuel 112 

Susanna 32 

Miss or Mrs 71 

Aldrich, Mr 291 

Alger, Betsey Ann 303 

Fanny 175 

Allan, Anna E 276 

Allen, Abigail 2 

Alvah 135 

Benjamin 14 

Elizabeth M 218 

George M 210 

H. W 60-A 

Joseph 71-C 

Lois 247 

Margaret 2 

Maria L 201 

Sally Ann 63-C 

Samuel 7-A 

Sarah 5 

Simeon 32 

Susanna B 17 

Alverson, Cynthia 177 

Sarah 168 



Ambrose, Daniel E 60-A 

Anabel, Edwin E 202 

Mr 97 

Aplin, James 26 

Arkam, Katy 63-D 

Arnold, Damaris 8 

Ella 60-A 

Fideha 182 

Joseph 62 

Atwood, Jemima 70 

William 103 

Austin, Emons S 218 

Fannie 294 

Phebe 141-A 

Axtell, Martha E 162 

Matilda 162 

Ayres, Eliza 176 

Lucy H 146 

Samuel 25 

Babbitt, Eunice H 163 

William S 115 

Bacon, Harriet Ella 298 

Bagley, Mary Kendrick. . .206-A 

Bailey, Alexander D 238 

Ella 220 

William H 235 

Baird, Maetha 75 

Baker, Andrew 88 

Elizabeth A 33 

Hiram 33 

John 22 

Walter 49 

Baldwin, Louisa M 222 

Ball, Maria D 197 

Ballard, Roxana 94-A 

Banks, Eunice 142-A 

Barker, Catherine 114 



48 



With the Carys 



49 



Barker, John M i66 

Mary Elizabeth 279 

Barkley, Marian B 288-A 

Barnard, Mary 104 

Barnes, James 172 

Sarah 277 

Barney, Nathan 63-A 

Barnum, Zacheus 85-A 

Barrell, James B 128 

Joseph 97-A 

William 15 

Barrett, Alpheus 79-A 

B. P 183 

Barron, Alfred 129 

Barry, Lewis 122 

Bartlett, Delia 257 

Barton, Anne 60-A 

Harriet 195 

Simon 60-A 

Bateman, Emma V 249 

Bates, Rachel 19 

Baxter, Daniel 38 

Bass, George 185 

Susan 307 

Susanna 31 

Bassett, Susan 115 

Beach, James B 228 

Beals, L. A 37 

Jonathan 74 

Beamer, Alfred 139 

Bearse, Mary B 300 

Beecher, Jane Bernice . . . .215 

Lucia A 174 

Benham, Esther J 288 

Bennett, A. B 93 

James S 205 

Polly 118-A 

Mrs. Rosanna C 63-B 

Benson, B. Callia 281-A 

Bentley, Mary 62 

Bibbins, Benjamin 55 

Bigelow, Abigail 12 

Rachel 12 

Sally 28-A 

Bilinski, Alex Adolph .... 60-A 

Billings, Adaline E 155 

Billins, Ethan 82 

Bingham, Gideon 9 

Bishop, Hannah 298 

4 



Bitely, Jacob 53-A 

Blagbrough, Elizabeth ...266 

Blake, Grenfell 126-A 

Harrison 130 

Silas, Dr 67 

Silas, Dr 128-A 

William L 131 

Blaney, Arthur 279 

Blossom, Waldo A 128 

Boardman, Sarah E 170 

Bockover, Mary 282 

Boenebright, Priscilla .... 176 
Bolster, Mrs. (General) ..124 

Bonner, Charles R 125 

Isaac 125 

Bools, W. S 57 

Booth, Levi 127 

Bosley, Mr 78 

Boston, Caroline 155 

Bouton, Hattie L 206-B 

Mrs. Sarah W 206-B 

Bowen, Capt. Isaac 133 

Bowers, John 60-A 

Bowman, Ellen 79-A 

Boyden, Benj. F 157 

Boyer, David 79-A 

Boyle, James 135 

Brackett, Mary Elizabeth. 210 

Bradbury, Wiley 33 

Bradford, Mrs. Anna S. . . . 91 

Ellen M 128 

Sallie 246 

W. B., Dr 66 

Bradford, Miss 253 

William 123 

Brainerd, Daniel 53 

Bradley, John H 202-A 

Mr 193 

Braman, Mr 264 

Brett, Anne 28-A 

Cynthia 65 

Hannah 3 

Mehitabel 66 

Rufus 31 

Mrs. Sarah Alden .... 16 

Susan 130 

William 3-A 

Bridgeman, Vienna 274 

Brigham, Gideon 9 



■hi 



50 



Intermarriages 



Briggs, D 131 

Isaac B 106 

Bridgham, Nelson 151 

Brillault, Armance 294 

Brinkerhoff, Isabel 85-B 

Brisbane, Margaret E. ... 87 

Brokaw, Leah 94 

Brooks, Dr. Jona W 95 

Mr 121 

Bromley, Lucy Ann 211 

Brown, Charles W 197 

Cornelia E 300 

George 207 

George E 266 

Joel G .166 

John 185 

Sarah 44 

Brownell, R 109 

Bruce, Betsey 72 

Brundadge, Harry A 202-A 

Bryant, E. C 279-A 

Hiram, Capt 126 

Buck, Mr 264 

Bumphrey, Mr 97 

Burlingame, Adah 166 

Andrew 81 

Rhoda 166 

Burlingham, Adaline 60-A 

Burnett, Cornelia 234 

Emeline J 169 

Burnham, Lucy Jennie . . .308 

Bump, Jonathan 83 

Mr 70 

Burpee, A 109 

Burr, Mary 17 

Burrell, Mary 127 

Burridge, William 60-A 

Bush, Ebenezer 85-A 

Kate D 300 

Mary E 218 

Bushnell, Abigail 20 

Mrs. Celia D 89 

Tabitha 184 

Butin, Joanna 132 

Butler, Anne 268 

Rev. Ellery C 28-A 

Byron, Martha 39 

Call, Levi E 266 



Canada, Mary 19 

Canfield, Marcia 141-A 

Cannon, Rev. Dr 73 

Donald S 210 

Carew, Hannah 93 

Ruth 61 

Carnahan, David 200 

Isaac B 194 

Cams, Elmira 63-B 

Carson, Isabel 69 

Carter, Arilla 79-A 

Augustus 243 

Carver, Experience 18 

Cary, Adelaide E 252 

Charles 152 

Daniel 17 

Edith V. L 167 

John 94-A 

Martha 33 

Mary E 273 

Usual 33 

Case, James 202-A 

Chambers, Sarah 186 

Chamberlain, Martha . . . .259 

Champlin, Delight 62 

Chapman, Margaret Ewing235 

Mrs. Rebecca D 116 

Chase, Clarence 170 

Lydia 207 

P. B 134 

Cheesman, Anson 45 

Chrisman, Priscilla 63-A 

Church, Cordelia 187 

Hannah 27 

Clapp, Samuel Worcester. 149 

Sarah 127 

Clark, Anne Allison 263 

Edith M 316 

Gamaliel 11 

G. G 173 

Lucy Ann 69-A 

Lydia 97 

Mame E 291 

Harry B 244 

Nellie G 264 

Sophronia 97-A 

Theressa Gore 63-B 

Thomas Gore 63-B 

Wallace 246 



With the Carys 



51 



Clark, Walter C 114 

Miss 97-A 

Mr 138 

Clements. Sarah A 218 

Cleveland, Burdette 220 

Grace M 316 

Walter G 271 

Coggshall, William S 113 

Colby, Laura M 317 

Cole, Miss or Mrs 229 

Colman, Abbie 63-B 

Isaac 139 

Lizzie 62-A 

Lottie 273 

Collier, Nellie 141-A 

Collins, Clara 300 

Robert M 211 

Coloph, Mr 34 

Colwell, Elma 167 

Condit, Charles L 210 

Conklin, Hannah 53 

Connett, J 160 

Converse, Nellie N 287 

Cook, Bertha 79-A 

Daniel 199 

Hannah ill 

Israel 62 

Maria 271 

Cooke, Mary 40 

Coolidge, Catherine 264 

Cooley, Catherine 105-A 

Cooper, Mrs. Augusta D. .281-A 

James 33 

Mr 28-C 

Cope, John 141 

Copeland, James 149 

Corbin, Charles Lyon ....224 

Cornell, Catherine 281-A 

Ruth 79-A 

Cornwall, Elizabeth 106 

Coswell, Erastus 63-D 

Cox, Elias 112 

Coy, Edward L 105-A 

Craig, Jesse 33 

N. S.. Dr 294 

Cramer, Sarah R 263 

Crandall, Adaline E 191 

Crane, Edwin Francis . . . .202-A 
Crary, John 94-A 



Crawford, Annie 79-A 

Frances Ives 238 

Sarah 195 

Crosby, Benjamin 21 

Cross, Sarah E 296 

Grossman, Joseph 16 

Mary 16 

Crosswait, Mary 120 

Crozier, Frank 266 

Cruttenden, Mary G 225 

Cummings, Benjamin .... 28-A 

Mr ^2 

Cunningham, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth 86 

Curtis, Helen L 127 

Mary 37 

Roland Eliot 85-B 

Daly, Lillian 279 

Damon, Raymond 275 

Roxanna 152 

Dancy, Lucius H 177 

Danforth. Phebe 28-A 

Daniels, Clara J 294 

Darling, Helen 299 

S. R 145 

Dart, Susan 105 

Davenport, Amy 215 

Lillian 279-A 

Lydia D 264 

Davis, Claretta A 285 

John 143 

Mary Iowa 235 

Mr 123 

Day, Ezra H., Rev 79 

Mabel 288-A 

Sarah 160 

William 105-A 

Dayton, Charles 141-A 

Dean, Amanda M 202-A 

Agnes 63-C 

Elijah 20 

De Forest, Helen E 288-A 

De Groff, Mary E 223 

Denison, Nathan 9 

Dennett, Emily M 205 

Dent, Arthur 276-A 

De Puy, Cora M 62-A 

Deulinger, Mary 79-A 



52 



Intermarriages 



Devine, Mrs. Almira E. J.. 105 

De Vol, Charles 218 

David in 

Dey, Lewis W 115 

Dickenson, Ansel 138 

Jean 62-A 

Dickson, Hannah 63-D 

Sarah A 216 

Dilley, Lovina 63-D 

Dillingham, Clarissa 219 

Dills, William C 119 

Dinsmore, S. H., Dr 100 

Doan, Mr 153 

Dodder, Mary E 63-B 

Dodge, Althea M 251 

Susan loi 

Donahue, Rachel 197 

Donaldson, Martha Jane. . 105-A 

Doolittle, Calvin 83 

Lucy 174 

Dougherty, Miss 161 

Doughty, Thomas J 113 

Douglass, David 182 

Dowling, Henrietta J 170 

Downer, Jerusha 51 

Downing, Ann 63-B 

Bateman 63-C 

Martin 63-B 

Doyle, Mary E 310 

Drake, Lydia 79-A 

Mary 135 

Orilla S 280 

Sarah 17 

Mr 69 

Dresser, Mr 65 

Drury, Anna 73 

Duncan, Dr. Oscar M 238 

Timothy M 72 

Dunham, Ebenezer 145 

Ezra 142-C 

Isaac 153-A 

Dunlap, Ruth 114 

Dunlop, Stewart 63-C 

Dunn, Dr. Jennie D 206-B 

Dunton, George V 142 

Durant, Freelove 182 

Durkee, Benjamin 97-A. 

Dyer, Dr. Edward C 69-A 

Eames, Caroline 214 



Earnheart, Hannah 79-A 

Lydia 79-A 

Eastman, Charles W 266 

Eastwood, Capitola 202-A 

Eaton, John 68 

Louise 224 

Ruby Ann 107 

Sophia 85-B 

Eddy, Sarah 218 

Mr no 

Edson, Mrs. Hannah 18 

Edwards, M. F 281 

Ellery, William 28 

Elliott, Dr. John 280 

Mrs. Louise M 79-A 

Ellis, Eleazer 125 

Mr 148 

Emerich, Nellie 141-A 

Emerson, Elizabeth 62-A 

Ellen Maria 279-6 

Florence 251 

Ensign, Julia A 283 

Evans, Erma 300 

Eva 63-B 

Farnham, Freeman C 127 

Farquhar, Frank C 279 

Fenton, Rebecca 96 

Ferguson, Arvilla 174 

Elspeth Wilson 85-B 

J. B 280 

Ferry, Mary K 238 

Fields, Ann 169 

Harriet H 182 

John 27 

Susanna 74 

Finney, Jeremiah 27 

Fish. Mary A 60-A 

Fisher, Arthur S 313 

Fitch, E. D 182 

Mary L 54 

Flagg, Henrietta J 170 

Flagler, Sarah 114 

Tamar 113 

Fletcher, Sally 58 

Flint, Noadiah 81 

Flood, Harriet N 239 

Fobes, Betty 41 

Folsom, Harriet E 206 



With the Carys 



53 



Follett, Jesse 131 

Fonda, Catherine J 165 

Catherine J 180 

Foote, Frederick H 224 

John 48 

Ford, Harriet G 153 

Jolin 45 

Susanna 83 

Forsyth, Margaret 276-A 

Foster, Benjamin 28-A 

Eliza W 152 

George H 275 

Henry L 152 

John 48 

Sophronia M 250 

Fowler, Henry in 

Mr 60 

Fozzard, Emaline 105 

Franklin, Amos A 93 

Frazer, Mr 82 

French, Estes W 126 

Frobisher, Benjamin C. . . . 153 

Mr 76 

Frome, John 23 

Fuller, Elizabeth 173 

Freelove 171 

Luman 177 

Timothy 47 

Fulton, Gertrude 63-C 

Gaige, Adelia M 213 

Isaac 108 

Gaines, Dr. J. S 254 

Gale, Nelson B 143 

Mr 69 

Gannett, Hannah 34 

Mehitabel 36 

Gardner, Elizabeth 143 

Mr 99 

Garland, Elizabeth 143 

Elvinia A 170 

Garman, L. M 79-A 

Garten, Mary E 300 

Gaser, Sybil 183 

Gates, Celestine .272 

Geaney, Nellie 141-A 

Gee, Orson loi 

Geer, Henry B 205 

Josiah 51 



Geer, Persis 306 

Gerard, Isabella 228 

Germand, Silas 62 

Getchell, Stephen J 152 

Gibbs, Jesse 117 

Gibson, Jennie 300 

Giffen, H. C loi 

Gifford, Ellen G 235 

Gilham, Elizabeth 149 

Gill, Mr 82 

Gilman, Carrie 69-A 

Gilson, Abel 28-A 

Gladding. Jonathan 27 

Joseph 6 

Gleason, Elizabeth loi 

Goble, Sarah 280 

Godfrey, Elizabeth i 

Gooding, Judith 28-A 

Goff, Mr 97-A 

Gozley, Mary 33 

Goodell, Mina L 316 

Goodrich, Cornelia 201 

Gordon, Catherine G 258 

Mary A 260 

Gore, George 63-A 

Gorham, Alfred 143 

Benjamin 6 

Gould, John 105-A 

Lydia 204 

Grant, Deliverance 52 

Ephraim 48 

Gray, Hannah A 114 

Harriet J 314 

Osee 79-A 

Phebe 79-A 

Rhoda 79-A 

Samuel 79-A 

Graham. Evaline 301 

Mary 105-A 

Robert 170 

Graves, Amasa 45 

Green, Kezia 28-A 

Susanna M 63-A 

Greenfield, Nancy 141-A 

Greenslit, Benjamin 51 

Gridley, Celesta 221 

Grubb, Martha 63-C 

Griswold, Martha R 297 

Gunsey, Patty 43 



54 



Intermarriages 



Gurney, Augusta 149 

Betsey, 149 

Hackett, Charles S 145 

Hale, Lydia 72 

Hall, Alice L 220 

Lemuel 76 

Lois 280 

Halsey, Lucinda 141 

Hammond, Hannah 217 

Mrs. Rose 300 

Handscom, Mary 151 

Hanley, Matilda 147 

Hanna, William no 

Harden, Mr 53 

Hardin, Mary 38 

Harding, Judson 28-A 

Mary 1 28-A 

Harkness, Isabelle D 300 

Harlow, Flora E 142-A 

Harman, W. B 239 

Harned, Phebe 63-B 

Harper, William H 79-A 

Harrington, Frances J. . . .152 

Harris, Abi 69-A 

John Franklin 288-A 

Mary 98 

Maud 298 

Rufus 167 

Mr 64 

Hart, James M 235 

Virginia D 225 

Hascall, Catherine 133 

Haskell, Chas. S 145 

Eliza 133 

H 253 

Rev. Wm. H 142-A 

William 148 

Haskins, Mary 197 

Walden L 220 

Hasse, William 300 

Hastough, Laura 79-A 

Hathaway, Thankful 161 

Hathorn, Gilbert 195 

Haven, Annie A 304 

Hayes, Prof. B. F 126 

Hayward, Benjamin 16 

Harriet 68 

Maj. Nathan 142-D 



Hazard, Rufus in 

Heaton, Asa 281 

Hebard, Abigail 22 

Mary 23 

Heck, Emma 315 

Hedley, Mr 38 

Hemmanway, Hiram 85 

Hendee, Hannah 21 

Henderson, John M 199 

Henghlen, Frank H 114 

Henry, Alex C 197 

Betsey 144 

Hey wood, William T 218 

Hibb, William 104 

Hibbard, Charles 81 

Hickox, Damaris 85 

Hicks, Mr 61 

Hildreth, Susanna F 242 

Hill, Anna 134 

Joseph 218 

Martha W 286 

Hills, Sarah 302 

Hinshaw, Jesse 281 

Hodges, Nellie 28-A 

Hofifman, Mrs. Ardele K. .225 

Nicholas W 263 

Holcomb, Harvey 63-C 

Holmes, Andrew in 

Holman, Jane 68 

Mary 30 

Homan, Thomas 40 

Hooper, Lois 42 

William 18 

Hoover, Daniel L 33 

Hopkins, Fanny '. .222 

Hopper, Mr 195 

Horton, Alonzo 200 

Daniel 107 

Horrs, Samuel 72 

Hotchkiss, Harris 97-A 

Hovey, Sarah B 163 

Howard, Apollos 66 

Bela 35 

Bethia 153 

Daniel S 272-B 

Darius 75 

Ephraim "JJ 

H. H 142-B 

Dr. J 138 



With the Carys 



55 



Howard, Martha 142-B 

Mary 35 

Phebe 188 

Roana 142-A 

Solomon 52 

Howes, Rev. J. T 128 

Rowland, Samuel 2 

Tabitha 12 

Mr 6 

Hoyez, Kate 63-C 

Hoyt, Francis S 210 

Hubbard, Ellen R loi 

Huber, Charles B 201 

Huddleson, Robert 281 

Hufstader, Rufus 115 

Hulbert, Lillian W 145 

Hull, John 8 

Laura M 291 

Humes, Mr 60-A 

Humphries, W. S 152 

Hurd, Benjamin 12 

Jacob 12 

Rachel 12 

Reuben 12 

Sophia 102 

Hurlbert, Mary 118 

Hurlbut, Martha 90 

Mary 56 

William H 115 

William T 115 

Husted, Andrew 63-C 

Huston, J. P 149 

Hutchins, Mrs. Clara P. . .270 

Zeruah 61 

Hyde, Emily 208 

Miss 106 

Ingalls, Matilda A 249 

Jackson, Keziah rii 

Jaquis, Mr 79-A 

J-arvis, Sarah M 224 

Mr 63-A 

Jencks, Perry J 85 

Jenkins, Gertrude 269 

Jenney, Lucretia P 236 

Jennings, Hannah 23 

Phebe 161 

William N 33 



Jerard, Rhoda 119 

Jessup, Eliza 194 

Johnson, Hamilton 177 

Josiah 32 

S. 143 

W 53 

Mr 148 

Jones, Benjamin P 108 

Charles L 85-B 

Emily T 131 

J. H 63-C 

Joanna 127 

Mr 175 

Jordan, Mr 160 

Joy, Clara 235 

Judd, Mr 108 

Kane, Ella 300 

Keith, Arza B 279-A 

Asa 32 

Benjamin 71-A 

Henry K 272-C 

Nabby 68 

Simeon 35 

Solomon 42 

Susanna 18 

Zenas 68 

Ziba 75 

Kellogg, Bertha 300 

Kennard, Miss or Mrs. . . .226 

Kendrick, Charles D 85-B 

Kenea, Emile Barton 85-B 

Kenelly, Thomas 195 

Kent, E 143 

Susanna 11 

Keyes, Mehitabel 100 

William H 260 

Kidder, Ephraim 2 

Kimball, Rosetta 128 

Kimberly, W 48 

King, Abigail 67 

Julia 161 

Kingsbury, Walter L 28-A 

Kingsley, Abigail 91 

Jonathan 50 

Kinsley, R 68 

Kirby, Charlotte 79-A 

David 79-A 

Kirk, Rachel 137 



56 



Intermarriages 



Kitchener, Marj' ^iS 

Kline. George R 195 

Knapp, Harriet 95 

Knight, Anna E 300 

Knox. Julius 60-A 

Komorinsky, Phebe E. . . .312 

Konkle. Comstock 202-A 

Krater, Nellie 300 

Lackey, A. Goodloe 149 

Laguin, F 192 

Laird, Mr 63-A 

Lalor. Margaret 85-B 

Lamb, Laura 142 

Jasper 79-A 

Lamson, Morgan 129 

Landing, Sira 63-C 

Lane, Miss 124 

Langdon. Betty 112 

Lanning. Catherine 142-A 

Larabee. Hannah loi 

Latham. B. F 222 

Lathrop. Oliver 99 

Lear, Lucy C 309 

Leaser, Christian 1 18-A 

Leet. Luthera M 69-A 

Leonard. Abigail 60-A 

Seth 142-B 

William W 84 

Leveck, Edward D 166 

Lewis. Eliza S 261 

Mary M 300 

Liddle. George 60-A 

Lillie, Lucinda 185 

Littlefair. Elizabeth A. ...114 

Littlefield. James 153-B 

Livsey, Sarah 170 

Locke. Mary 26 

Lockwood. James H 129 

Mr 95 

Logan. Elizabeth 222 

Loomis, Mr 97 

Loop, Mary 63-B 

Lord, Capt. Elias 90 

Loring, John 94 

Love, Hannah M 202-A 

Julia 181 

Loveland, Miss 63-B 

Lovell, Catherine 28-A 



Lovell. Lydia Daniels 28-A 

Lowe. Sarah 170 

Loveridge. Amasa 99-A 

Lucas. Joseph 3 

Ludlow, Dr. \Vm. B 199 

Lyon. Joanna 79 

Lewis 161 

Stephen 163 

Lyons, Joseph 25-A 

Macan, Malvina 199 

Mack. Phebe 45 

Maclaren, Miriam 62-A 

Macy, D 281 

Madison, Melissa 93 

Magdeburg, Caroline .... 85-B 

Magee. Mary M 201 

Mann. Edward \V 28-A 

Jane 63 

Manning. Irena 89 

Marble. Ebenezer 62-A 

March. Jane 106 

Marcv. Dorcas 47 

Mark, Lilla B 215 

Marks, Lucy Ann 120 

Miss 60-A 

Marmaduke. Lalla 149 

Marsh, Sarah 79-A 

Martin, George 271 

John 63-B 

John 127 

Lorenzo 202-A 

Mason, William X 191 

Mathers. Cordelia 252 

Matthews, Albert 161 

Mary 218 

Mattison. Margaret 94 

Maxam, Britania 266 

Harriet M 266 

Salome 142 

Mayo. Hannah 103 

McBenjamin. William . . . 195 

McCartv, Margaret 94 

McCauley. Mr 69 

McCuan.' Mar\- 1 18-A 

McDonald, Margaret .... 170 

McGinnis, James 94 

McKenzie. Charlotte 140 

McMullin, Francis 276 



With the Carys 



57 



McNabb, Isabella 300 

McRea, Elizabeth 174 

Mead, Rhuca 309 

Meeks, Lorenzo D 280 

Meekins, Thomas 45 

Mendenhall, Elizabeth ... 119 

Mengel, Arthur 60-A 

Mensch, Peter 63-C 

Mercer, Lydia 79-A 

Merchant, D. P 69 

Merriam, Cynthia 186 

Isaac 186 

Mr 60 

Mr 137 

Merrill, Charles A 270 

John Cushing 142-A 

Merithew, Joseph 105-A 

Merritt. Cynthia 218 

James C 79-A 

Rachel 79-A 

Messimore, Cynthia 79-A 

Metcalf, Julia 85-B 

Midberry, Harriet E 295 

Miller, Maria P 255 

Maj. Silas 79 

Miner, B. A 57 

Mitchell, Anna 118 

Hon. Nathan 18 

Monks, Richard A 279 

Moore, James 79-A 

Joseph A 169 

Morgan, Laura 63-B 

Tracy R 114 

Morris, Susan 135 

Morrow, F. W 162 

Morse, Hazen 76 

Miriam 239 

Nelson 189 

Parker 91 

Thomas 91 

Morton, Nathan 41 

Mott, Amanda 218 

William 82 

Moulton, Hannah 147 

James, Jr 23 

Molly 72 

Mowry, H 184 

Samuel 107 

Muckle, John 33 



Mullinger, John 119 

Munro, William 27 

Murdock, George E 169 

Musdirk, Sarah 211 

Myers, Nancy 256 

Nash, Malcom 115 

Neffelen, Herman P 156 

Nelson, H. (? 300 

Newell, Oliver 57 

Sarah Maria 225 

Newhall, Miss or Mrs. . ..122 

Mr 65 

Newman, Miss 233 

Newton, James M 202 

Noble, Mr 145 

Nichols, Bessie 63-C 

Earl William 266 

Polly 195 

Mr 25 

Nickerson, E. Belle 291 

Norcross, Rev. S. G 130 

Northrup, Phebe 263 

Noxon, Melissa 220 

Noyes, Lucia P loi 

Oakes, Rev. Isaac 73 

Mr 36 

Ohara, Lucy Ellen 315 

Olney, Amasa 81 

Orcutt, Jonathan 17 

Osborn, Julia 292 

Osborne, F. E 173 

Osgood, Rowena 192 

Osterhout, Peter 116 

Ovens, Mary D 280 

Packard, Edward S 149 

Elbridge H 157-A 

Huldah 71 

Sallie 121 

Page, Isaac 106 

Palmer, Lucy 53-A 

Ruth 317 

Seth 7 

Walter L 28-A 

Mr 299 

Palmeter, Waity W 275 

Parish, Asa 51 



58 



Intermarriages 



Parish, Eunice 92 

Matilda 99 

Parker, Annie L 281-A 

Caroline 278 

Elizabeth 12 

Harriet 146 

Parkhurst, Mary 28-A 

Pass, Hannah N 176 

Patchin, Talcot 83 

Pate, Harriet Elizabeth. . .314 
Patterson, Sally Ann .... 63-C 

Pearce, Anna 28 

Col. William 19-A 

Peck, Morgan H 202 

Mrs. Sarah E 198 

Penn, Clara E 254 

Pennywit, Huldah 79-A 

Perine, Amanda 162 

Perkins, Abigail 75 

Daniel 166 

Deborah 50 

Luke 272-A 

Ruby 76 

William 41 

Perry, Clara L 279-A 

Ebenezer 6g-A 

Petersen, Nellie M 300 

Phelps, Catherine 158 

Phillips, Lydia 36 

Sallie 126 

Silena 131 

Pickett, Anna 63-B 

Pitman, Maria Augusta ..313 

Piatt, D. H 113 

Miriam 238 

Plummer, Phebe S 251 

Pococke, Bridget 10 

Poestley, Jessie 128 

Pollard, Stephen 129-A 

Poole, Mary 13 

Potter, Florence E 246 

Powell, Mary Ann 79-A 

Pratt, Rev. Frank W 28-A 

Mr 120 

Prescott, George W 172 

Preston, Adele R 202-A 

Price, Dorcas 254 

Priest, Mrs. Marian White 156 
Prouty, E. . , 70 



Purdy, James 63-B 

John B. R 313 

Purvis, Cordelia 262 

Rail, George S 199 

Ransom, Harriet W 141-A 

Raymond, Charles Monson 142-A 

Reach, Amelia 141-A 

Reed, Lucretia 128 

Dr. N 134 

Reid, A. W 280 

Reynolds, Calvin 1 115 

Ruth 12 

Rhoades, Mr 69 

Rhodes, Elizabeth 190 

Rice, Laura 179 

Susanna 173 

Mr 60-A 

Richardson, Emons 103 

Mrs. Jane 199 

Rev. J. P 67 

Nancy 172 

Riches, John 140 

Riggs, Elizabeth 38 

Ripley, David 9 

Jeremiah 9 

Roast, Elizabeth 79-A 

Robinson, Lucy 125 

Sophia 245 

Roby, Henry 127 

Rock, Nancy 281 

Rodman, Peniah 117 

Roe, Mr 290 

Rodgers, George E 288-A 

Jane 40 

Jane S. 135 

Walter S 238 

Rook, Rev. Peter R 117 

Roogey, Caroline 202-A 

Root, Mrs. Tabitha 47 

William 145 

Roripaugh, Stephen 193 

Ross, Florence 85-B 

Rest, Elizabeth 79-A 

Roundy, Anna 58 

Rowe, Harriet 284 

Martha 174 

Rudd, Mrs. Mercy 7 

Rebecca 49 



With the Carys 



59 



Rude, Mary 60-A 

Rumsey, Mr 181 

Russell, Jane 60-A 

William 99 

Rutty, Mr 28-C 

Sabin, Jerusha 59 

Dr. Silas A 69-A 

Sadler, Francis 94-A 

Safford, Reuben 182 

Salmon, Carrie H 263 

Sampson, Ellen A 127 

Thomas R 127 

Sanders, John A 225 

Sanborn, Sherburn 85-B 

Sanford, Anna 85-B 

James S 145 

Sargent, Nicholas E 59 

Sarah 47 

Savage, Anna 186 

Sawyer, Caroline 209 

Huldah 128 

Saxton, Samuel 25 

Sayre, Edward D 201 

Scales, E. S 218 

Schenck, A. V. C 144 

Schneider, Bertha 225 

Schaffer, Andrew 60-A 

Elizabeth 60-A 

Scott, Hattie C 256 

Letitia 116 

Mr 82 

Scovel, Silsby 218 

Searle, Miss or Mrs 63-B 

Seavey, Sarah E 205 

Server, Emma 207 

Sewell, Charles A. M 127 

Shafer, Harriet 63-C 

Shattuck, Herbert C 313 

Shaw, Comfort 28-C 

Hannah A 114 

Rev. John 74 

Mary 4 

Sarah 15 

Shelly, Sally 79-A 

Shepard, Cyrus L 105 

Sherman, Maria in 

Sherwood, Ellen C 254 

Frank J loi 



Sherwood. Nora 62-A 

Shippee, Diana 265 

Dordona 265 

Fanny Jane 267 

Sholtz, Herman F 220 

Short, Mary 28-A 

Showerman, Ella 300 

Shumwa)^ Emily 290 

Sibley, Solomon 143 

Silvester, Zechariah 31 

Simmons, Lora G 238 

Mr 26 

Simons, Crissie 63-C 

Simpson, Lavina 150 

Singer, Jessie E. B 142-A 

Skiff, Dea. Nathaniel .... 7 

Zervia 88 

Skillman, Mr 159 

Skinner, Jane A 174 

Sarah M 291 

Mr 97 

Sliker, John 63-C 

Slocum, Frances 116 

Southard, Lucinda 97-A 

Southwick, Thomas in 

Smiley, Jane 63-A 

Letitia 63-A 

Smith, Ada 119 

Andrew C 1 18-A 

Anson 112 

Austin S 176 

Daniel 6 

Dolly 128 

D. G 161 

Eleanor 200 

Elizabeth 81 

Emily '. 187 

John 62 

Jonah 24 

Mary 118-A 

Miss 130 

Miss or Mrs 34 

Snell, Martha 218 

Vesta 149 

William 39 

Snook, Margaret A 139 

Snow, Capt. James 90 

Zilpha 109 

Southard, Lucinda 97--A. 



60 



Intermarriages 



Southvvick, Sarah 63-C 

Thomas in 

Spencer, Dora 248 

Mary 128 

Spifield, Dr. James W 168 

Spooner, Abiah 145 

Sprause, Elizabeth 281 

Sprong, Mr 94 

Sprague, Samuel 151 

Squires, Betsey 97-A. 

Standish, Myles 7-B 

Stanton. Esther 60 

Staples, Clara 291 

Lois 123 

Stark, James 19-A 

William ' 28-C 

Mr 50 

Stearnes, Calvin 117 

J.P 121 

Stedman, Arthur W 279 

Stein, Henry 1 18-A 

Stevens, George R 172 

Mr 142-B 

Stevenson, Thomas 1 19 

Stever. Margaret E 197 

Stewart, Hattie 275 

Stilhvell, Lida S 201 

Stockbridge, Maria 142-A 

Rhoda G 129 

Stockton, Martha Burr . . .281-A 
Stone. Henry A 85-B 

Mae Alice 85-B 

Simeon E 28-A 

Mr 69-A 

Storm, Alexander 300 

Storer, Mr 92 

Storrs, Zervia 55 

Stratton, Benjamin 281 

Streeter, Nathaniel 83 

Sophia 178 

Strong, Mrs. Caroline .... 12 

John 53 

Stuart, Charles Walter... 156 

Sturdevant, Charity 29 

Sturgis, Eben H 142-A 

Sumner, Capt. Roger .... 66 

Surber, Anna 79-A 

Sutherland, Thomas H.. . . 60-A 
Swaim, Bronson 280 



Sweet, Francis C 102 

Rufus 62 

Ruth Ill 

Sweeting, Experience .... 17 

Swift, Alexander 194 

Sycks, J. H 79-A 

Sylvester, Mary 118 

Talbot, Sarah 150 

Zipporah 7-A 

Taplin, Annie 25-A 

Taugher, Ella K 319 

Taylor, Mary B 215 

Thankful 26 

Teague, Daniel 123 

Teal, Louise S 114 

Terrill, Elsie 94 

Thayer, Deborah 154 

Hannah 32 

Helen 293 

Thomas, Mr 36 

Thompson, Allen 254 

Emma L 279-A 

George W 129 

Judge 33 

Leonard 81 

Lydia 64 

Phebe 138 

Rachel 82 

Throop, Daniel 11 

Throope, Lydia g 

Thurbur, Thomas J 166 

Thurston, Daniel 4 

David C 146 

Hannah 22 

Tillbury, Henry 63-A 

Titus, Tames 72 

William 83 

Tobey, Carrie E 170 

Tolman, Cynthia 65 

Toole, Benjamin 281-A 

Torrey, Erastus 85 

Mary Dodge 157 

Tracy, Caroline 189 

Trask, Lydia 109 

Trimback, Adolph G 127 

Tripp, Eunice 202 

Mary Frances 266 

Troland, Archibald 299 



With the Carys 



61 



Trumbull, Sarah 48 

Tucker, Eliza 237 

Turner, Anna 241 

Margaret J 135 

Van Benschoten, Emma..202-A 

Vanderbin, Henry 26 

Vandermark, Katherine . . 63-A 

Miss or Mrs 227 

Van Valkenburg, Mr 190 

Van Vleck, Frederick H.. .210 

Van Slyck, Harriet M 85-B 

Vaughn, Tillinghast 85 

Verplanck, John D 86 

Vigor, Dr. Henry 163 

Wade, Ellen 174 

N 38 

Wait, Joel 45 

Mr 25 

Waldo, Hannah 14 

Wales, Hannah "jj 

Jerusha 24 

Walker, Maj. Merriwether 

L 317 

William 81 

Miss 240 

Wallace, Robert 185 

Walter, Annie 177 

Walters, Sarah 191 

T 192 

Wanton, Elizabeth 28 

Ward, Betsey P 146 

Lizzie 79-A 

Miss or Mrs 212 

Wardwell, Mr 6 

Ware, Daniel 28-A 

William 28-A 

Mr. 99 

Warner, Cynthia 202-A 

Warren, Charles McLean. 279-A 

John Q 142-A 

Lillian M 167 

Washburn, Isaac 42 

Mrs. Mary 41 

Waters, Darius 63-C 

Waterhouse, Miss 240 

Waterman, Temperance .243 
Watson, Cora E 177 



Watson, James 68 

Olive 264 

Mr 264 

Wattles, Mary M 276-A 

Weatherhead, Ida 215 

Webb, Eunice 25 

Webber, Mary 21 

Weed, Frederick D 114 

Weeks, Huldah 63-D 

Weinburg, W 60-A 

Welch, Reuben 24 

Samuel 99 

Wellman, Hannah B loi 

Dr. John D 59 

Wendell, Herman 116 

Weston, James 97-A 

Thomas 52 

Wharren, John 63-C 

Wheeler, Anson 57 

John 57 

Thomas 143 

White, Charles M 300 

Lizzie J 264 

Mrs. Harriet B 28-A 

Mary E 205 

Whiteside, Jennie D 167 

Whitesill, J. M 281 

Whitman, Frank 241 

John 4 

Nicholas 3 

Thomas Scott 126 

Whitney, Charles B 28-A 

Patty 108 

Whittaker, Susanna 251 

Whittington, Eliza 297 

Wiggins, Benjamin F. ...118 

Wigton, Mr 230 

Wilbour, Mr 19 

Wild, Richard 71-B 

Willard, Julia 156 

Withers, Marcellus 119 

Wilkinson, George 113 

Rev. George 85 

Willey, Lavina 25 

Nathan 25 

Williams, E 48 

H. W 138 

Louis 63-B 

Moses 63-B 



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John Cary 



Williams, Mr 267 

Williamson, Andrew 63-C 

Jane 119 

Willoughby, William F. . . 188 

Wills, Eliza 140 

Wilson, Frances T 270 

Winship, Mr 57 

Wiswell, J. A 193 

Withers, Marcellus 119 

Wolford, Amelia 207 

Wood, Bertha 57 

Clement 38 

Holden M 145 

Woods, William S 149 

Woodruff, Eunice 33 

Leah 194 

Woodworth, Henrietta P. .299 



Woodworth, Rachel 299 

Worderi, Mr 28-C 

Worthing, Jacob 63-D 

Wright, James 29 

Joshua 9 

Rev. William 182 

Mr 82 

Wustenfeldt, Susie L 85-B 

Wyart, Sarah 172 

Wyman, Mr 134 

York, C 182 

Young, Henry 166 

Sarah B 254 

Zearing, D. S 185 

Zeigler, Susan 118-A 



SECTION 1. 

John Cary was born near Bristol, Somersetshire, England, about 
1610; came to America about 1634, joined the Plymouth Colony, and 
made his home at Duxbury, where he had a farm. In 1644 he m. Eliza- 
beth, dau. of Francis and Elizabeth Godfrey (who was a carpenter and 
bridge builder, and in August, 1643, we find his name on the muster- 
roll of the Duxbury Company commanded by Capt. Myles Standish ; 
he removed to Bridgewater where he d. in 1669; it is thought that the 
name Godfrey comes from the Duke of Bouillon, the Crusader). 

Concerning John Cary, Moses Cary has this : "Mr. Cary was one 
of the Proprietors (of Bridgewater), and one of the first settlers, and 
was very useful among them. The town was incorporated in 1656. 
Mr. Cary was the first Town Clerk and continued in that office a great 
number of years. At first they settled near together and around 
where the Town House now stands in West Bridgewater. Mr. Gary's 
lot was about a J4 of a mile east of the Town House and on the farm 
where Dr. Reed lived; and there he spent the remainder of his days, 
and brought up a great family of children. He had six sons and six 
daughters. They all lived to grow up and have families, and all took 
to good courses so that it was the saying of some "that there were 12 
of 'em and never a Judas among them.' " 

Judge Mitchell, in his description of Bridgewater, speaking of 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 63 

the first settlers, says : "Mr. Cary was among the most respectable 
of them, and his family one of the most influential in the town." 

His wife d. in 1680, and he d. in 1681. 
Children: ;^^;"- 

I. John, b. Duxbury, Nov. 4, 1645. Sec. 2. ,^^,. 

II. Francis, b. Duxbury, Jan. 19, 1647-8. Sec. 3. ' ' ' p ^"pr^ 

III. Elizabeth, b. Duxbury, Dec. 20, 1649. Sec. 3-A. -k- #' - - ' ' 

IV. James, b. Braintree, Mar. 28, 1652. Sec. 4. 

V. Mary, b. Duxbury New Plantation, July 8, 1654. 

VI. Jonathan, b. Bridgewater, Sept. 24, 1656. Sec. 5. . ",' 

VII. David, b. Bridgewater, Jan. 27, 1658-9. Sec. 6. 

VIII. Hannah, b. Bridgewater, April 30, i66r. 

IX. Joseph, b. Bridgewater, April 18, 1663. Sec. 7. 

X. Rebecca, b. Bridgewater, Mar. 30, 1665. Sec. 7-A. 

XI. Sarah, b. Bridgewater, Aug. 2, 1667. 

XII. Mehitabel, b. Bridgewater, Dec. 24, 1670. Sec. 7-B. 

Note.^Attention is called to the three daughters of John Cary, 
viz., Mary, Hannah, and Sarah, of whom only the date of 
birth is given. Moses Cary in his manuscript wrote: "The 
daughters of John Cary: One married a Howard; one, 
Dea. William Brett; one, Samuel Allen; one, a Thurston; 
and two of them Standishes." 

SECTION 2. 

John Cary, son of John, Sec. i, b. Duxbury, Nov. 4, 1645 > ^- Abi- 
gail, dau. of Samuel Allen and his second wife, Margaret (French) 
(Lamb), at Bridgewater, Dec. 7, 1670. In 1680 he removed to Bristol, 
where he resided till his death in 1721. The deed to his land in Bristol 
was granted Sept. 14, 1680, and confirmed by the General Court, Sept. 
29, 1680. The first meeting of the people and the naming of the town 
was Sept. I, 1681, and John Cary and his brother David were present. 
He became a prominent man in the town, and was elected a Deacon 
of the church at its organization, and held the office till his death. He 
was one of the first "raters" of the town, and appointed Nov. 10, 1681 ; 
in 1693 was recording officer of the County, and Clerk of the peace; 
in 1694 was Representative to the General Court. His wife was also 
of good family; her father, Samuel Allen, came from Bridgewater, 
Eng., to Braintree in 1630; in 1635 he took the oath of allegiance, and 
was Town Clerk, Selectman, Surveyor of highways. Constable, and 



64 John Cary 

served as Deputy three times. He and his son Samuel, who settled in 
Bridgewater in 1660, both fought in King Philip's War. For eight 
generations this family has been identified with the best political and 
religious life of New England. 

He d. July 14, 1721, his estate amoimting to 700 pounds; the will 
of his wife was recorded in 1729. 

Children : 

I. John, b. Bridgewater, Nov. 6, 1671, d. in infancy. 
H. Seth, b. Bridgewater, Jan. 28, 1672-3. 
HI. John, b. Bridgewater, Dec. 9, 1674. Sec. 8. 
IV. Nathaniel, b. Bridgewater, Nov. 24, 1676; d. without issue, 

Dec. II, 1739. 
V. Eleazer, b. Bridgewater, Sept. 27, 1678. Sec. 9. 
VI. James, b. Bridgewater, June 10, 1680. Sec. 10. 
VII. Benjamin, b. Bristol, Aug. 29, 1681. Sec. 11. 
VIII. Elizabeth, b. May 23, 1683; m. Ephraim Kidder. 
IX. Abigail, b. Aug. 31, 1684; m. Samuel Howland, May 6, 1708, 
and had ten children, and the posterity is very numerous 
and widely scattered; Capt. William Pearse, who d. at 
Bristol in Feb. 1867, at the age of 95, was a grandson 
of Abigail. 
X. Josiah, b. May 6. 1686. Sec. 12. 
XI. Timothy, b. Feb. 15, 1687-8. 

SECTION 3. 

Francis Gary, son of John, Sec. i, b. Duxbury, Jan. 19, 1647-8; m. 
Hannah, dau. of William Brett, an original Proprietor and prominent 
citizen, in 1676; lived in Bridgewater, where he d. in 1718. 

Children : 

I. Samuel, b. 1677. Sec. 13. 
II. Ephraim, b. 1679. Sec. 14. 

III. Mary, b. 1681 ; m. Nicholas Whitman, 1715, and had 

1. Eleazer, b. 1716; removed to Abington, Mass., and d. at 

90 years of age. 

2. Benjamin, b. 1719. 

She d. 1719. Judge Whitman, an eminent lawyer and jurist 
of Cincinnati, O., is of this family. 

IV. Lydia, b. 1683. Sec. 14-A. 

V. Mehitabel, b. 1685; m. Joseph Lucas; no issue. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 65 

SECTION 3-A. 
Elizabeth Gary, dau. of John, Sec. i, b. Duxbury, Dec. 20, 1649; 
m. William Brett, and had one child, Bethia, who m. Thomas Hey- 
wood, East Bridgewater, in 1706. 

SECTION 4. 
James Gary, son of John, Sec. i, b. Braintree, Mar. 28, 1652; m. 
Mary Shaw, of Weymouth, Jan. 4, 1681 ; settled in Bristol, where he 
d. 1706; his wife d. 1736. 
Children : 

I. Mercy, b. 1686; m. Daniel Thurston, 1713. 
II. Mary, b. 1689. 

III. James, b. 1692. Sec. 15. 

IV. Hannah, b. 1696. 

V. Elizabeth, b. 1700, d. 1742; m. John Whitman, 1728, and had 

1. Samuel, b. 1730. 

2. Elizabeth, b. 1732. 

3. John, b. 1735. 

4. James, b. 1739. 

SECTION 5. 

Jonathan Cary, son of John, Sec. i, b. Bridgewater, Sept. 24, 1656; 
m. Sarah, dau. of Samuel Allen and Sarah Partridge, whose mother 
was dau. of Gov. George Partridge of Duxbury ; he d. 1695. 
Children : 

I. Recompense, b. about 1688. Sec. 16. 
II. John, b. about 1690. Sec. 17. 
III. Jonathan, b. about 1692. Sec. 18. 

SECTION 6. 

David Cary, son of John, Sec. i, b. Bridgewater, Jan. 27, 1658-9; 
went to Bristol m 1680, and became one of the original Proprietors of 
the town ; was a carpenter, and his dwelling house stood for a hundred 
years. He was a man of education, influence, and piety, and was 
chosen Deacon of the Church in 1683, and held the office till his death 
in 1718; his estate was inventoried at 811 pounds, at that time a large 
fortune. In his will he provided that if his son Henry shall proceed in 
learning so as to enter College, then his son Peter shall pay the 
charges of his College education. He m. Elizabeth . 

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66 John Gary 

Children: 

I. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 7, 1691 ; m. Daniel Smith. 
II. Mehitabel, b. Aug. 14, 1693; m. Mr. Wardwell. 

III. Bathsheba, b. Aug. 14, 1693; m. Mr. Howland. 

IV. Sarah, b. Jan. 21, 1695, d. in childhood. 

V. Bethia, b. Jan. 22, 1697; m. Benjamin Gorham, and their de- 
scendant, Wm. H. Manning, Ayer, Mass., is the com- 
piler of the Manning genealogy. 
VI. David, b. Feb. 20, 1699. Sec. 19. 
VII. Peter, b. Nov. 9, 1701. 
VIII. Mary, b. Nov. 6, 1703, d. in childhood. 
IX. Priscilla, b. May 9, 1709; m. Joseph Gladding, 1726. 
X. Henry, b. June 4, 171 1. Sec. 19-A. 

SECTION 7. 
Joseph Gary, son of John, Sec. i, b. April 18, 1663, Bridgewater. 
When a young man he went to Norwich, Ct., and became one of the 
original Proprietors of Windham; Feb. 9, 1694, he bought 1,000 acres 
of land for ten pounds nine shillings. He took position with the first 
men of the town in civil and ecclesiastical affairs, and was chosen re- 
peatedly to serve in the most important offices, civil, military, and 
religious; was one of the original members of the First Congrega- 
tional Church in Windham, and at its organization, Dec. 10, 1700, 
was chosen Deacon, and held the office till his death. So highly was 
he esteemed that he was buried by his townsmen under arms, which 

was a very unusual occurrence. He m. first, Hannah , who d. 

1691 ; m. second, Mercy, the widow of Jonathan Rudd; he d. Jan. 10, 
1722, and his widow in 1741, aged 84 years. 

Children : 

I. Joseph, b. May 5, 1689. Sec. 20. 
II. Jabez, b. July 12, 1691. Sec. 21. 

III. Hannah, b. Mar. 4, 1693; m. Dea. Nathaniel SkiiT, 1716; she 

lived at Willimantic, Ct., and d. Aug. 22, 1775 ; they had 
I. Joseph, who d. aged 95 years. 

IV. John, b. Jan. 23, 1695. Sec. 22. 
V. Seth, b. July 29, 1697. Sec. 23. 

VI. Elizabeth, b. April 17, 1700; m. Seth Palmer, 1720; d. 1739. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 67 

SECTION 7-A. 

Rebecca Cary, dau. of John, Sec. i, b. Bridgewater, Mar. 30, 1665 ; 
m. Samuel Allen, 1685, and had 

I. Samuel, b. 1686. 

II. Ephraim, b. 1689; m. Zipporah Crane; their dau. Rebecca Al- 
len, m. Benjamin Talbot; their dau. Zipporah Talbot, m. 
Joseph Trafton ; their dau., Lavinia Trafton, m. John 
Hathaway ; their dau., Frances Hathaway, m. Moses 
Kimball, and had Helen Frances Kimball, Brookline, 
Mass. The ancestor of Moses Kimball was Richard, one 
of the original Proprietors of Ipswich, Mass. ; in this line 
we find the names of Boreman, Call, Dodge, Eaton, Ed- 
wards, Hazletine, Hughett, Kimball, Knight, Lord, Low, 
Perkins, Scott, Smith, Waite, and Ward. While on the 
mother's side are found Talbot, Phillips, Deacon, Traf- 
ton, Partridge, Godfrey, Tracy, Coen, whose ancestor 
was Everard Bogardus, the first Minister of New York, 
and his wife Ahneke Jans. 

The brother of Zipporah Talbot was Commodore 
Silas Talbot, under whose supervision the old ship Con- 
stitution was built, and in which he performed such 
deeds of valor. As to their "Traits," it might be said 
that they had sound health, strength of body, soul, and 
mind; most had large families and lived to a good age. 
They were industrious and prosperous, and there was 
never heard anything but good of any of them. 

III. Timothy, b. 1691. 

IV. Joseph, b. 1693. 
V. Mehitabel, b. 1695. 

SECTION 7-B. 

Mehitabel Cary, dau. of John, Sec. i, b. Bridgewater, Dec. 24, 
1670; m. first, Eliashib Adams, son of Eliashib, son of Henry, of 
Braintree, at Bristol, Dec. 18, 1689; he was a carpenter and d. in 
Bristol, 1698, and his will was probated Aug. 2, 1698, the witnesses 
being David Cary, John Cary, and Benjamin Jones, and it mentions 
his wife and his children, Eliashib, William, Lydia, and Mehitabel; 
she m. second, in Bristol, Miles Standish, son of Josiah and Sarah 
(Allen) Standish, who settled in Preston, Ct., 1687; they made their 
home in Preston. 



68 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Lydia, b. Jan. 17, 1691 ; bapt. Dec. 22, 1695. 
II. William, b. June 3, 1693; bapt. Dec. 22, 1695. 

III. Mehitabel. b. Aug. 3, 1695; bapt. Dec. 22, 1695. 

IV. Eliashib, b. Sept. 11, 1697; bapt. Sept. 19, 1697; he m. and had 

a son Eliashib, who had a son Eliashib, b. at Canterbury, 
Ct., June 6, 1773, who d. at Bangor, Me., Aug. 25, 1855, 
a most worthy and notal^le citizen. 

SECTION 8. 

John Cary, son of John, Sec. 2, b. Bridgewater, Dec. 9, 1674; went 
with the family to Bristol in 1680; m. Damaris Arnold, dau. of Oliver 
Arnold and Phebe Cook ; he was son of Gov. Benedict Arnold and Da- 
maris Wescott, who was son of William Arnold and Christian, dau. 
of Thomas Peak, of London, who arrived in New England June 24, 
1635 ; his first home was in Hingham, but soon removed to Provi- 
dence. In 1636 William Arnold, with Roger Williams, was one of the 
54 Proprietors in the first settlement of Rhode Island, and was reck- 
oned the wealthiest man in the State. His farm included a section 
of the most valuable part of the City of Newport, taking in the "Old 
Stone Mill." He traced his line back through eighteen generations 
to one of the kings of Wales. 

Gov. Arnold's son Oliver lived at Canonicut and was a leading 
citizen of the town, holding important offices, among which was that 
of Deputy in 1682. John Cary m. Damaris Arnold, Mar. 3, 1700. 
Children : 

I. Phebe, b. Mar. 5, 1701. 

II. Abigail, b. Nov. 4, 1702. 

III. John, b. Nov. 21, 1704. 

IV. Damaris, b. Oct. 10, 1706; m. John Hull, a descendant of Rev. 

Josep Hull, founder of the "Hull Colony," April 3, 1726, 
and had fourteen children and a numerous posterity. A 
descendant is Miss Amy Eleanor E. Hull, Baltimore, 
Md., author of a pamphlet, "Rev. Joseph Hull and some 
of His Descendants," 1904; also a "Chart of the Royal 
Descent of the Carys." 

SECTION 9. 

Eleazer Ceiry, son of John, Sec. 2, b. Bridgewater, Sept. 27, 1678; 
removed with the family to Bristol in 1680; m. Lydia, dau. of William 
and Mary (Chapman) Throope, (b. July 15, 1686, at Bristol), about 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 69 

1703, and removed to Windham about 1718, having bought land there 
Jan. 16, 1717-18; this was the "eighty-six acres of land and meadow" 
at the end of the Cedar Swamp, purchased of Richard Abbe, Esq., 
for no pounds. In 1722 he was confirmed by the General Assembly 
as Captain of the 2nd Company of the Trainband in Windham, and 
thereafter he was known as Captain Cary. He was Deputy for Wind- 
ham in 1723, 1725, 1726, 1731, 1734, 1736, 1741-4, 1746-9. Was chosen 
Deacon of the First Church in 1729, and held the place till his death ; 
the street from his home to the Church was called Christian Street, 
and still retains the name. He took a prominent part in public affairs, 
and was an active and substantial citizen. The Rev. Thomas Clapp, 
afterwards President of Yale, was at that time the Pastor of the Wind- 
ham Church. His will was dated Mar. 6, 1752, and he d. July 28, 1754. 

Children : 

I. Abigail, b. Bristol, Jan. 15, 1703, d. Oct. 16, 1766; m. first. Jere- 
miah Ripley (b. April 15, 1696, d. 1737), Jan. 1723, and 
had seven children, of whom Eleazer and Lieut. Charles 
were prominent men ; the latter d. in captivity with the 
British army; she m. second, John Abbe, April 23, 1751 ; 
her son, Lieut. Charles, m. John Abbe's dau. Tabitha. 
II. Lydia, b. Feb. 12, 1725-6; m. David Ripley, Windham, and 
was mother of Rev. Hezekiah Ripley (Sprague's An- 
nals, Vol. I, pp. 648-50), and Rev. David Ripley, and 
^ other talented sons ; Gen. William Ripley of the War of 

' 1812-14, who d. at Painesville, O., was her grandson; 
she d. April 9, 1784. 

Alfred L. Holman, Chicago, 111., is a descendant, and 
his line is ; Lydia Cary m. Jeremiah Ripley ; their son 
Gamaliel m. and had Elizabeth, who m. Mr. Adams ; 
their dau. m. Mr. Hemenway ; Sarah Elizabeth Hemen- 
way m. Mr. Holman, and had Alfred L. 

III. Ann, b. Sept. 21, 1708; m. Nathan Denison April i, 1736, who 

commanded a part of the forces at Wyoming, Pa., at the 
massacre, 1778. She reared a large family. 

IV. Eliza, b. Mar. 25, 171 1; m. Joshua Wright, and had a large 

family in Windham. 
V. Eleazer, b. Sept. 19, 1713. Sec. 24. 

VI. Mary, b. Mar. 23, 1715-16; m. Gideon Bingham, Windham, 
and reared a large and respected family. Samuel Bing- 
ham, Cashier of the Windham Bank, and probably the 
Hon. John A. Bingham of Ohio, are descendants. 



70 John Cary 

VII. Martha, b. Mar. i, 1717-18, d. imm. Jan. 25, 1774. 
VIII. Sarah, b. April 10, 1720, d. in childhood. 
IX. William, b. April 4, 1722, d. in childhood. 
X. Alathea, b. May 12, 1724, d. in youth, 
XI. William, b. Oct. 28, 1729. Sec. 25. 

SECTION 10. 

James Cary, son of John, Sec. 2, b. Bridgewater, June 10, 1680; 
the youngest of the family who removed to Bristol ; went to Newport ; 
m. Bridget, dau. of John Pococke, Attorney-General of Rhode Island, 
Dec. 5, 1705, Rev. Walter Clark, Pastor of the Second Congregational 
Church of Newport, officiating. He made his home here, and the 
Carys intermarried with the Arnold, Ellery, Redwood, and Wanton 
families of Newport. 
Children : 

I. Rebecca, b. May, 1707. 

II. Seth, b. Sept. 5, 1708; possibly went to New York. 

III. Peleg, b. Mar. 6, 1710. 

IV. Bridget, b. Feb. 4, 1712. 

V. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 14, 17 — . 
VI. James, b. Oct. 7, 17 — . 
VII. James, bapt. Sept. 29. 1728. Sec. 25-A. 
VIII. Susanna, bapt. Feb. 28, 1730. 

SECTION 11. 

Benjamin Cary, son of John, Sec. 2, b. Bristol, Aug. 29, 1681 ; 
he was a man of prominence, was Town Clerk, and succeeded his 
father as Deacon in the Church; m. Susanna, dau. of Ensign Joseph 
and Susanna (George) Kent of Swansea, (b. Sept. 25, 1687, d. Aug. 
10, 1764) ; he d. Jan. 20, 1734, and the widow was bereft of husband 
and six children within two years. His estate was inventoried at 
8,800 pounds. Mrs. Cary in her will, proven Dec. 4, 1764, gave to her 
two surviving sons, Benjamin and Nathaniel, all her real estate, and 
to her granddaughter, Susanna, 100 pounds, to her dau. Elizabeth 
Clark, all her "silver plate and indoor moveables, also her servant 
girl named Caty." 
Children : 

I. Benjamin, b. about 1706. Sec. 26. 
II. Allen, b. July, 1708. Sec. 27. 
III. Nathaniel, b. 1710, d. in infancy. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 71 

IV. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 2, 1712. Sec. 28. 
V. Bethia, b. Feb. 8, 1716; d. June 7, 1736. 
VI. Abigail, b. Feb. 11, 1718; d. May 10, 1736. 
VII. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 20, 1720; m. Gamaliel Clark, Nov. 17, 1740. 
VIII. Mehitabel, b. Sept. 22, 1722; d. June 4, 1736. 
IX. John, b. Sept. 22, 1725; d. in youth. 
X. Lydia, b. 1727; d. in childhood. 
XI. Seth, b. 1729; d. in childhood. 
XII. Joseph, b. 1730; d. in childhood. 

XIII. Susanna, b. 1732; m. Daniel Throop. 

XIV. Mary, b. 1734; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 12. 

Josiah Cary, son of John, Sec. 2, b. Bristol, May 6, 1686; m. in 
Bristol, Ruth Reynolds, Nov. 9, 1710; he d. June 26, 1739. 

Children : 

I. Jemima, b. July 25, 171 1 ; bapt. Oct. 2, 1715. 
II. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 6, 1713 ; bapt. Oct. 2, 1715 ; m. Tabitha How- 
land, Dec. II, 1737, and d. childless in 1740. 
III. Joseph, b. about 1715; bapt. Oct. 27, 1717; m. Abigail Bigelow 
(b. Feb. 10, 1723), Oct. 24, 1739; moved to Middle Had- 
dam ; they had 

1. Josiah, b. July 9, 1740; d. 1791. 

2. Edward, bapt. April 24, 1743 ; d. young. 

3. Prosper, b. about 1745; m. Elizabeth Parker, Nov. 19, 1767. 

4. George, b. 1747; m. Rachel Hurd. Nov. 6, 1769; went to 

Sag Harbor, L. I. 

5. Waitstill, b. 1749; m. Editha Bigelow, Mar. 2, 1778. 

6. Joseph, b. 1752; m. Rebecca Hurd, July i, 1774. 

7. Nancy, b. April 16, 1754; m. ist, George Lucas (b. Feb. 

14, 1747; d. Feb. 10, 1776), Oct. 30, 1771 ; m. 2d, Wil- 
liam Blinn (b. Sept. 14, 1742; d. Aug. i, 1822), Nov. 
7, 1782; they had 

(i) Clarissa, b. June 26, 1775; m. Uzziel Adams, Sept. 

15, 1794. 

(2) Nancy, b. Oct. 4, 1783 ; m. Orson Smith, April 12, 1804. 

(3) Hepzibah, b. Sept. 16, 1785; m. Seth Hitchcock, May 
6, 1804. 

(4) Patty, b. June 14, 1788; m. Thomas Havens, Sept. 9, 
1813. 



72 John Cary 

(5) William, b. July 14, 1790; m. Julia A. Hamblin, Dec. 
26, 1819. 

(6) Emily, b. July 14, 1792; Emily Blinn m. Jesse Smith, 
Jr., Great Barrington, Mass., Nov. 21, 1813, and went 
to Lyons, N. Y. ; they had 

1. Orson, b. Nov. 29, 1814; d. 1843, Lyons, N. Y. 

2. Nancy, b. Feb. 15, 1820; d. in infancy. 

3. Charles, m. Charlotte Carr. 

4. Emily Elizabeth, b. Sept. 22, 183 1 ; m. Dr. Joseph 
Friend Pollock (b. June 19, 1821), 1849, and had 
(i) Mary Emily, b. June 14, 1851; m. Seymour 

Walton of New Orleans, now of Chicago, Sept. 
21, 1870, and had 

1. Edward, b. Dec. 5, 1871, Captain 19th U. S. 
Infantry; m. Emma L. Nichols, June 17, 
1897. 

2. Emily, b. Nov. 17, 1874. 

3. Frank Richmond, b. May 27, 1876. 

4. Albert, b. Oct. 24, 1877; m. Caroline Saw- 
telle Piers, of Philadelphia, Oct. 25, 1905, 
and had 

(i) Mary Piers, b. July 4, 1907, Boston. 

5. Margaret Maria, b. 1833; m. John Blackburn, of 
North Carolina; d. Jan. i, 1903. 

8. James, b. 1758; d. young. 

9. Abigail, b. 1759; d. young. 

10. Abigail, b. 1762; m. Jacob Hurd, Jr., Oct. 3, 1782. 

11. Mary, b. Aug. 2, 1764; m. Benjamin Hurd. 

12. Samuel, b. 1768. 

13. Jerusha. 

SECTION 13. 
Samuel Gary, son of Francis, Sec. 3, b. Bridgewater, 1677; m. 
Mary, dau. of Isaac and Bethia Poole, South Bridge, N. Y., 1704; 
removed to Dutchess County, N. Y., in 1728; he d. 1759, and she in 
1766. 
Children : 

I. Joseph, b. 1705. Sec. 28-A. 
II. Lydia, b. 1706. 

III. Alice, b. 1707. 

IV. Elizabeth, b. 1709. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 73 

V. Samuel, b. 171 1. 
VI. David, b. 1713. 
VII. Nathan, b. 1716. Sec. 28-C. 
VIII. Eleazer, b. 1718. Sec. 29. 
IX. Mary, b. 1720. 

Of the four daughters no record has as yet been found ; and little is 
definitely known of Samuel and David, except that they had large 
families in Albany and Dutchess Counties, N. Y. 

SECTION 14. 

Ephraim Gary, son of Francis, Sec. 3, b. Bridgewater, 1679; m. 
Hannah Waldo (b. July 17, 1687; d. Oct. 18, 1777), Feb. 3, 1709; lived 
in his native town, where he d. July 18, 1765. 

Children : 

I. Mehitabel, b. Dec. 3, 1709; m. Benjamin Allen; reared a 
family, and among them was 

I. Mehitabel, b. 1737; m. Caleb Washburn, May 27, 1756, 
Bridgewater; had 

(i) Lydia, b. May 16, 1757; m. James Atherton (b. Sept. 
19, 1751; d. May 5, 1828), May 3, 1774; she d. April, 
1847 ; they had 

I. Elisha Atherton, b. May 7, 1786; d. April 2, 1853; 
m. 1st, Zibia Perkins, Oct. 10, 1810; m. 2d, Caro- 
line (Ross) Maffitt; they had 
(i) Sarah, b. Oct. 21, 1814; m. William Henry 
(b. Aug. 15, 1794; d. May 23, 1878), Sept. 26, 
1842, and had 

I. Lydia, b. June 19, 1849; ™- Winfield Scott 
Stites, June 16, 1874, and had 
(i) Thomas H. Atherton, b. April 26, 1875; 
, m. Mary Henry, June 27, 1905, and had 

I. Mary H., b. Nov. 20, 1907. 

(2) Sara H., b. July 20, 1877. 

(3) Harriet M., b. Nov. 2, 1879; m. Charles 
Foster Tillinghast, Dec. 10, 1909. 

(4) Lydia A., b. Oct. 6, 1882; m. Sidney 
Roby Miner, June 25, 1909. 

(5) Ellen Scranton, b. June 6, 1884. 

(2) Eliza Ross, b. May 10, 1831 ; m. Charles Ab- 
bott Miner, Jan. 1853 ; live at Wilkes-Barre,Pa. 



74 John Gary 

II. Ezra, b. 171 1. Sec. 30. 

III. Zechariah, b. 1713. Sec. 31. 

IV. Ephraim, b. 1714. Sec. 32. 
V. Daniel, b. 1716. Sec. 33. 

SECTION 15. 

James Gary, son of James, Sec. 4, b. Bridgewater, 1692; m. Sarah 
Shaw, 1722, and d. 1762. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. 1723; m. William Barrell, 1741. 

II. Joshua, b. 1726; d. unm. 1747. 

SECTION 16. 

Dea. Recompense Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 5, b. Bridgewater, 
1688, where he lived and d. in 1759; m. ist, Mary, dau. of Joseph 
Grossman, 171 1, who d. 1726; m. 2d, Mrs. Sarah (Alden) Brett, dau. 
of Isaac Alden, and widow of Seth Brett, 1727. He was an influential 
citizen. 
Children : 

I. Seth, b. 1714; d. unm. 1742. 

II. Ichabod, b. 1715. Sec. 34. 

III. Ebenezer, b. 1717; d. unm. 1744. 

IV. Sarah, b. 1718; m. Benjamin Hayward, 1742, and had (with 

possibly others) 

1. Joseph, who m. and had Sarah, who m. Robert Packard; 
their son Robert Packard, 2d, m. and had Robert H. Pack- 
ard, who m. Ellen A. and resided at Campello, Mass. 

2. Olive H., who m. Hayward Marshall, and had 

(i) Perez, who m. and had Susan Elizabeth, b. Jan. 9, 
1841 ; m. Henry Manley, C. E., Nov. 6, 1867, and had 

1. Lawrence Bradford, C. E., b. Mar. 12, 1870. 

2. Howard Tisdale, C. E., b. Oct. 17,' 1872; Supt. 
Roads and Bridges, Zamboango Province, P. I. 

3. Henry, b. Oct. 13, 1880; grad. Mass. Inst. Tech- 
nology. 

4. Alice A., m. Charles G. Manley, Boulder, Colo., 
and had 

(i) Sumner H., grad. Mass. Inst. Tech., 1900; m. 
Susie R. W. Talbot, and had Robert Cary; 
live Kansas City, Kan. 



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(2) Ruth E. ; grad. Smith College, 1903; teacher 
Pollock Stevens Inst., Birmingham, Ala. 
5. Emma Josephine, m. Josiah Edward Sears, and had 
Wm. Marshall, grad. Mass. Agri. Col., 1905. 
V. Simeon, b. 1719. Sec. 35. 
VI. Zebulon, b. 1721. Sec. 36. 
VII. Jonathan, b. 1723. Sec. 37. 
VIII. Josiah, b. 1724; d. 1743. 
IX. Mary, b. 1726; m. Joseph Crossman, Easton, Mass. 
X. Abigail, b. 1729. 

SECTION 17. 
John Gary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 5, b. Bridgewater, 1690; lived 
in his native town and owned a Grist Mill at Orr's Works; m. ist. 
Experience, dau. of Henry Sweeting of Rehoboth ; m. 2d, Mary Burr 
of Rehoboth, 1730; m. 3d, Susanna Bryam, dau. of Elisha Allen and 
Mehitabel, dau. of Nicholas Bryam and Elizabeth Gannett, 1731 ; 
m. 4th, Sarah Drake of Rehoboth, 1734. 

Children : 

I. John, b. 1719. Sec. 38. 
II. Martha, b. 1721 ; m. Daniel Gary, 1742. 

III. Henry, b. 1723. Seel 39. 

IV. Susannah, b. 1725. 

V. Beriah, b. 1729. Sec. 40. 
VI. Molly, b. 1732. 
VII. Thankful, b. 1745 ; m. Jonathan Orcutt of Cohasset, 1766. 
VIII. Huldah, b. 1750. 

SECTION 18. 

Jonathan Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 5, b. 1692, and lived in 
South Bridgewater; m. ist, Susanna Keith, 1717, who d. childless; 
m. 2d, Experience Carver, 1719; he d. 1766. 

Children : 

I. Seth, b. 1721. 
II. Eleazer, b. 1723. Sec. 41. 

HI. Susanna, b. 1725; m. William Hooper, 1759; d. 1795. 
IV. Anne, b. 1728; m. Hon. Nathan Mitchell, 1754, and left a 

numerous family. 
V. Jonathan, b. 1730. Sec. 42. 



76 John Cary 

VI. Maj. Eliphalet, 1732; was an officer in the Revolutionary War; 
in advanced life m. Hannah, widow of Josiah Edson ; d. more 
than 90 years of age. 
VII. Experience, b. 1734. 
VIII. Benjamin, b. 1738. 
IX. Jesse, b. 1742. 

SECTION 19. 

David Cary, son of David, Sec. 6, b. Bristol, Feb. 20, 1699; m. 1st, 
Rachel Bates, of Dorchester, Jan. 26, 1721 ; m. 2d, Mary Canada, 
June 9, 1729. 
Children : 

I. David, b. Nov. 23, 1729; went to Nova Scotia. 

II. Edward, b. May 7, 1732; settled in Taunton. 

III. Mary, b. Aug. 9, 1733; m. Mr. Wilbour. 

IV. Thomas, b. Jan. 19, 1735. Sec. 44. 

V. Nathan, b. Feb. 5, 1737; removed to Vermont. 
VI. Michael, b. Jan. 23, 1739. Sec. 43. 

SECTION 19-A. 

Rev. Henry Cary, son of David, Sec. 6, b. Bristol, June 4, 1711; 
entered Harvard College in 1729, received his A. B. 1733, and A. M. in 
1735, and became a Baptist minister; m. about 1734, and lived in Ash- 
ford, Ct., where his children were born. Removed to Pawling, Dutch- 
ess County, N. Y., where he was^the first regularly ordained minister, 
and was called "Good Priest Cary;" was neighbor to James Stark, Sr., 
at West Mountain ; afterwards removed to the John Townsend farm. 

About 1754 a body of Connecticut people formed an association, 
known as the "Susquehanna Purchase," and bought of the Six Nations 
all the land between the Allegheny and Susquehanna Rivers, and or- 
ganized the county of Westmoreland, Ct. The first efTort at settlement, 
in 1763, was not successful ; the actual settlement was made by forty 
white persons in 1769. On May 10, 1773, Henry Cary bought of Wil- 
liam Stark, Sr., a half right in the Susquehanna Purchase ; as shown 
by deed Mar. 10, 1774, he was resident in Westmoreland, Litchfield 
County, New England (now Wilkes-Barre, Pa.), as shown by deed 
made to him by Michael Rood, of the same place. In 177S he was 
Chairman of the Committee of Safety of Dutchess County, N. Y. On 
June 14, 1778, we find him in the county of Luzerne, Pa., as shown by 
power of attorney given to Henry Stark, his grandson ; perhaps about 
this time he left the Wyoming Valley. 



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Dutchess County records have it that he preached there shortly 
before his death, in the old Log Meeting House, near the Camp Meet- 
ing woods. The Vital Statistics of Rhode Island state that he died in 
Vermont. There is considerable uncertainty about some of the facts 
as here alleged. 
Children : 

I. Mary, b. Aug. 2t„ 1735. 
II. Esther, b. Oct. 8, 1737. 

III. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 18, 1739; m. James Stark, 1758; he was the 
son of Christopher, b. May 22, 1734, Groton, Ct., and d. of 
small pox, July 30, 1777. He was an early settler at Pawling, 
N. Y., having moved there subsequent to 1755. In the spring 
of 1773, the family emigrated to the Wyoming Valley, locat- 
ing at Wilkes-Barre ; Sept. 26, 1776, he enlisted in the Second 
Independent Co., located at Westmoreland, and his son joined 
Capt. Simon Spaulding's command, June, 1778. This son was 
the oldest of a large family. On the day of the Massacre — 
July 3, 1778, the widow saved herself and children by hiding 
in a field of corn ; and upon finding that her home was de- 
stroyed, gathered what she could and led her children all the 
way back on foot to her old home in Pawling, N. Y. ; she ar- 
rived at her sister Chloe's, who m. Col. Pearce, a picture of 
utter misery and despair. Unable to rally from the fearful 
strain, she d. Aug. 12, 1778, having given her life for her chil- 
dren. 

IV. Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1741. 

V. Catherine, b. May 13, 1743, d. in childhood. 
VI. Henry, b. Aug. 19, 1745. 
VII. Chloe, b. June 6, 1746; m. Col. William Pearce, Pawling, N. 

Y., Mar. 2, 1766; d. Sept. 14, 1778. 
VIII. John Paul, b. Aug. 6, 1750. 

SECTION 20. 

Joseph Cary, son of Dea. Joseph, Sec. 7, b. Norwich, Ct., May 5, 
1689; went to Windham, Ct., with his father; m. Abigail Bushnell, 
July 4, 171 1 ; his father gave him a farm in "Scotland Society," a part 
of Windham, where he d. 1722. 

Children : 

I. Abigail, b. Sept. 7, 1714; m. Elijah Dean of Middletown, Ct. 

II. Joseph, b. Dec. 10, 1715; d. unm. 



78 John Gary 

III. Zervia, d. in Providence, R. I., 1747. 

IV. Hannah, m. Amos Spaulding, 1739, and had Amelia, who m. 
Marvin Ingalls, and had Olive, b. Nov. 13, 1819, who m. 
Pulaski Carter, 1843, ^^^ had 

1. Amelia M., b. 1844; m. William De Witt Kennedy, of 
Scranton, Pa., and had 

(i) William P., b. Oct. 30, 1869; a bank teller. 

(2) Lucius Carter, b. Sept. 8, 1872; a practicing physician. 

(3) Katherine M., b. Nov. 11, 1875 ; m. Dr. W. A. Iverman, 
Newport, R. I., and had 

I. William Abbey. 

(4) Harold S., b. Nov. 28, 1884. 

2. Pulaski P., b. June 6, 1849; m. Venitia White. 

3. Marvin P., b. Nov. 28, 1857; ^- Pamelia Murphy. 

SECTION 21. 

Jabez Gary, son of Dea. Joseph, Sec. 7, b. Norwich, Ct., July 12, 
1691 ; m. Hannah Hendee, Nov. 15, 1722; settled first in Windham, 
afterwards in Preston, and finally at Mansfield, where he d. 1760. 
Children : 

I. Joseph, b. Sept. 28, 1723. Sec. 45. 

II. Hannah, b. July 6, 1725; d. 1741. 

III. Jabez, b. July 30, 1727. Sec. 46. 

IV. Nathaniel, b. Oct. 23, 1729. Sec. 47. 

V. Ebenezer, b. 1732. Sec. 48. 

VI. David, b. 1734; m. Mary Webber, 1756, Mansfield, Ct. 
VII. Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1739; m. Benjamin Crosby, Mansfield, Ct. 
VIII. Benjamin, b. Jan. 25, 1741 ; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 22. 

John Cary, son of Dea. Joseph, Sec. 7, b. Windham, Ct., June 
23, 1695; m. Hannah Thurston, May 15, 1716, who was of Bristol, 
and a sister of Mehitabel Thurston, wife of Nathaniel Huntington, 
and mother of Gov. Samuel Huntington, one of the Signers of the 
Declaration of Independence. His father gave him 100 acres of 
land in "Scotland Society," east of Merrick Brook; he and his wife 
were original members of the Third Church in Windham, organized 
in 1735; he was a prominent and influential citizen, and his personal 
estate amounted to 397 pounds; he d. Jan. 11, 1776, and his widow 
1780. 



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Children : 

I. John, b. April 12, 1717. Sec. 49. 
II. Beneijah, b. Mar. 7, 1719. Sec. 50. 

III. Phebe, b. July 22, 1721, d. 1738. 

IV. Joseph, b. Aug. 4, 1723 ; m. Abigail Hebard, Dec. 10, 1747. 
V. Mercy, b. Oct. 27, 1725; m. John Baker; d. 1814. 

VI. William, b. Dec. 12, 1727; d. in childhood. 
VII. Jonathan, b. Aug. 24, 1729; d. in youth. 
_^VIII. Nathaniel, b. Nov. i, 1731. Sec. 51. - , 

IX. Samuel, b. June 13, 1734. Sec. 52. 

SECTION 23. 

Seth Gary, son of Dea. Joseph, Sec. 7, b. Windham, Ct., July 29, 
1697; resided on his father's farm, was a member of the First Con- 
gregational Church, a quiet man and useful citizen, but not active in 
public affairs; m. ist, Mary Hebard, April 17, 1722, who d. March, 
1751 ; m. 2d, Hannah , and d. 1777. 

Children : 

I. Mary, b. Oct. 20, 1723; m. James Moulton, Jr. 
II. Seth, b. July 12, 1725 ; m. Hannah Jennings, 1758. 

III. Elizabeth, b. April 25, 1727. 

IV. Josiah, b. June 18, 1729. Sec. 53. 

V. Joanna, b. Dec. 28, 1731; m. John Frome. 
VI. Daniel, b. Feb. 22, 1733; probably d. in youth. 
VII. Abigail, b. May 15, 1736. 
VIII. Hannah, b. June 25, 1738. 
IX. Moses, b. Dec. 15, 1740. Sec. 53-A. 

SECTION 24. 

Eleazer Cary, son of Dea. Eleazer, Sec. 9, b. Bristol, Sept. 19, 
1713 ; went with the family to Windham, Ct. ; m. Jerusha, dau. of 
Dea. Nathaniel Wales, Jan. 29, 1736; he d. July 24, 1754, and his 
widow m. Capt. James Lassell. 

Children : 

I. Eleazer, b. Aug. 7, 1737. Sec. 54. 

II. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 17, 1739. Sec. 55. 

III. Susanna, b. April 22, 1742; d. 1754. 

IV. Althea, b. April 15, 1744; m. Jonah Smith. 
V. Phineas, b. Oct. 7, 1746. Sec. 56. 



80 John Gary 

VI. Prudence, b. Mar. 26, 1749; d. in infancy. 

VII. Lydia, b. Dec. 26, 1751 ; d. in childhood. 
VIII. Jerusha, b. Jan. 14, 1755; m. Reuben Welch. 

SECTION 25. 

Dea. William Gary, son of Dea. Eleazer, Sec. 9, b. Windham, Ct., 
Oct. 28, 1729; m. Eunice, dau. of Nathaniel Webb, Feb. 19, 1754; 
resided in Windham till 1772, when he removed his family to Lemp- 
ster, N. H. He was an unusually large and strong man, and some 
remarkable stories are recorded of his great strength ; it is said that 
he could throw barrels of cider into a cart as fast as a man could 
put them on end. In 1761, when a neighbor's house was on fire, he 
took a tub of water holding over a barrel, carried it across four post 
and rail fences, dashed it on the fire, and put it out. He was Deacon 
of the Church in Lempster, and was influential and highly esteemed. 
Was Captain of Co. i, Col. Fellows' Regiment, 1776; Captain of Co. 
8, same Regiment, Sept. and Oct., 1777, which reinforced the army of 
Gen. Gates at Saratoga at the time of the surrender of Burgoyne's 
army, which took place Oct. 17, 1777. He d. May 7, 1808, and his 
widow in 1809. 

Children : 

I. Susanna, b. Dec. 11, 1754; d. in infancy. 
II. Eleazer, b. April 23, 1757; m. Lavinia Willey, had a daugh- 
ter, and d. May 15, 1790. 

III. Mary, b. Feb. 20. 1759; m. Mr. Nichols and had a large 
family. 

IV. Olivet, b. Oct. 20, 1761. Sec. 57. 
V. Elliott, b. Dec. 20, 1763. Sec. 58. 

VI. Eunice, b. Jan. 4, 1767; m. Nathan Willey, Oct. r, 1789, and 
had ten children. 

VII. William, b. Jan. 4, 1767. Sec. 59. 

VIII. James, b. Jan. 4, 1767; d. in youth. 
IX. Lydia, b. Feb. 16, 1769; d. in infancy. 

X. Susanna, b. April 14, 1771 ; m. Mr. Wait, of New York. 
XI. Throop, b. 1773; d. in childhood. 
XII. Lydia, b. 1775; m. Samuel Ayres, of Pennsylvania. 

XIII. John F., b. J777. Sec. 60. 

XIV. Nancy, b. 1777; ni. Samuel Saxton, and had two sons, both 
of whom d. of cholera in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

XV. Susan, b. 1799; d. young. 



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SECTION 25-A. 

James Gary, son of James, Sec. lo, b. Newport, R. I., and bapt. 
Sept. 29, 1728. Was a tanner by trade; was impressed into the 
British naval service, but declining this enforced service, escaped to 
land a mile away. He m. Annie Taplin (dau. of Mansfield and Mary 
(Johnson) Taplin, of Charlestown, Mass., and bapt. there Feb. 7, 
1724-5), at Southboro, Mass., Mar. 23, 1747; her brother, John, was 
a Lieut. -Col. in the French and Indian War, in which he spent about 
ten years, and afterwards was appointed Judge of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas by King George III. James Cary owned land in Middle- 
town, Ct., also a "share" of 360 acres, "be the same more or fewer," 
in Marlboro, Vt., and a farm of a hundred acres in Halifax, then in 
the Province of New York, but now in Vermont, where he died. 

Children : 

I. Mary, m. Joseph Lyons. 

II. James, m. Margaret ; he was probably killed at the 

battle of Saratoga, 1777. 
III. John, b. Feb. 28, 1755, Kinderhook, N. Y. Sec. 60-A. 

SECTION 26. 

Benjamin Cary, son of Dea. Benjamin, Sec. 11, b. Bristol, R. I., 
1706; m. Thankful Taylor, of Plymouth, 1733; purchased real estate 
in Providence, R. I., and resided there, the house in which he lived 
being known as the "Old Deacon Cary House." He d. in old age 
universally esteemed for his purity of character and life. 

Children : 

I. John, b. 1734. 
II. Joseph, b. 1736. Sec. 61. 

III. Thomas, b. 1741. 

IV. Nathaniel, b. 1743; m. Mary Locke, of Dutchess County, 
N. Y., and had 

1. Absalom, d. unm. 
V. Ebenezer, b. 1745. Sec. 62. 

VI. Thankful, b. 1747; m. James Aplin, of Otsego County, N. Y. 
VII. Abigail, b. 1749; m. Mr. Simons. 
VIII. Susan, b. 1761 ; m. Henry Vanderbin, of Dutchess County, 
New York. 
IX. George, b. 1763; went to South Carolina, m., and settled 

there. 
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82 John Gary 

SECTION 27. 

Allen Gary, son of Dea. Benjamin, Sec. ii, b. Bristol, R. I., 
1708; m. Hannah Church, Oct. 9, 1731 ; she was the dau. of Thomas 
3, (Col. Benjamin 2, Richard i) and Edith (Woodman) Church, of 
Little Compton, R. I., widow of Samuel Clark, b. Sept. 23, 1714, d. 
Nov. 30, 1782. 
Children : 

I. Molly, b. Dec. 3, 1732; m. Josiah Finney (b. July i, 1728, 
d. July 23, 1804), the son of Capt. Jeremiah 3, (Jeremiah 2, 
John i) and Elizabeth (Bristow) Finney; their dau., Molly, 
m. William Coggshall ; their son, Josiah, m. Mary Pease 
Finney; their son, Henry W. Coggshall, m. Emma or Ama 
Brown ; their dau., M. Ella, m. Benoni R. Paine, and had 

1. Jennie Elizabeth. 

2. Stella Florence. 

They reside in New Bedford, Mass. 
II. Benjamin, b. Jan. 10, 1734. 

III. Abigail, b. Dec. 23, 1736; m. John Field, of Providence, R. I. 

IV. Allen, b. Jan. i, 1738; d. in infancy. 

V. Susanna, b. Aug. 7, 1740; m. Jonathan Gladding, Feb. 8, 1764. 
VI. Hannah, b. Sept. 26, 1742; m. William Munro, Jan. 9, 1768; 
she died 1834, leaving numerous descendants. 

SECTION 28. 
Col. Nathaniel Cary, son of Dea. Benjamin, Sec. 11, b. Bristol. 
R. I., 1712; m. Elizabeth Wanton, of Newport, R. I., Aug. 4, 1740, 
who d. 1769; m. 2d, Ama Pearce. He was Colonel of a Rhode 
Island Regiment, and a distinguished soldier and officer of the Revo- 
lution; he was large and athletic, and of splendid personal appear- 
ance. His will, proven in 1784, gave his Bristol estate to his daugh- 
ter Abigail, and makes bequests to his five grandchildren, and eman- 
cipates his mulatto man, Ichabod, and provides for his support. 
They had one child, 

I. Abigail, b. Nov. 12, 1742; m. William Ellery, of Newport, 
Deputy Governor of the State, and one of the Signers of the 
Declaration of Independence. The youngest son, George 
Wanton Ellery, m. Mary Goddard, and had 
I. Mary Goddard, b. Sept. 5, 1833; d. Nov. 22, 1901 ; she was 
prominent in patriotic work, and for six years taught in 
the first evening schools established in Newport. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 83 

2. Henrietta C, resides in Newport, and is patriotic and 
philanthropic. 

SECTION 28-A. 

Joseph Gary, son of Samuel, Sec. 13, b. Bridgewater, 1705; m. 
Anne, dau. of Elihu Brett, 1732. 

Children : 

I. Barnabas, b. 1733; he was a blacksmith; served in Col. Nich- 
ols' Regiment of New Hampshire troops for nearly four 
months at West Point, in 1780; m. Mary, dau. of Rev. Mat- 
thew Short, the first settled minister of Attleboro, Mass., 
1759; went to Rindge, N. H., 1768, and settled in the east 
part of the town, where he d. 1795; their children, b. in At- 
tleboro, Mass., were 

1. Elizabeth, b. 1755, bapt. June 14, 1761 ; m. Lieut. Benja- 
min Foster, Town Clerk. , : I 4 

2. Sarah, b. 1757; m. Joseph Adams, d. Feb. 4, 1834. "' 

3. Barnabas; m. Phebe, dau. of Capt. Samuel Danforth (b, 
1767, Williamstown, Mass., d. Sept. 8, 1843, Medway, 
Mass.) ; he d. Feb. 4, 1834, Medway; they had 

(i) Pamelia, b. Aug. 2, 1788; m. Daniel Ware (b. Aug. 
21, 1789, d. Mar. 18, 1857), May 26, 1814; she d. Jan. 
10, 1868, No. Wrentham, Mass. 

(2) Betsey, b. Aug. 22, 1790; m. William Ware. 

(3) John, b. Nov. 22, 1793; d. Jan. 11, 1885, Parishville, 
New York. 

(4) Lydia Reed, b. Mar. 11, 1796; m. Benjamin Cum- 
mings (b. Nov. 16, 1795, d. Mar. 21, 1863) ; she d. 
June 22, 1856, Medway, Mass. 

(5) Charlotte, b. Aug. 16, 1798, Milltown, N. Y. ; d. in 
infancy at Attleboro, Mass. 

(6) Barnabas, b. Aug. 10, 1800, Pawtucket, R. I. ; m. 
Kezia Green, and d. Sept., 1850, on the way to 
California. 

(7) Clarissa Danforth, b. Mar. 6, 1803, Attleboro; m. 
Judson Harding (b. Jan. 11, 1800, Medfield, Mass., 
d. Nov. 5, 1847, Wrentham, Mass.), May 10, 1823, 
and d. May 29, 1872, Norfolk, Mass. 

(8) William Hiram, b. Mar. 25, 1805, Attleboro, Mass.; 
d. June 21, 1888, Medway, Mass.; m. ist, Lydia 



84 John Gary 



Daniels Lovell, daii. of Michael and Caty (Daniels) 
Lovell, Dec. 8, 1828; m. 2d, Harriet (Barber) White, 
and had 

1. George Lovell, b. May 10, 1830; m. Mary Isa- 
bella Harding (b. Dec. 27, 1834), Mar. 12, 1854, 
and had 

(1) Margaret Lovell, b. July 13, 1867; m. Rev. 
Frank Wright Pratt, 1892, and had three 
children. They reside at Calgary, Alberta, 
Canada. 

Mr. Cary grad. at Harvard, 1852; was Professor 
of Greek and Latin at Antioch College, 1856-62 ; 
Professor of New Testament Literature, Mead- 
ville, Pa., 1862-1902; President Meadville Theo- 
logical School, 1890-1902; since then, till his la- 
mented death in June, 1910, Professor Emeritus; 
he d. while on a visit to his only child at Calgary, 
Can., a man highly respected. 

He expected to enter the ministry, but began 
teaching and was never ordained, though he did 
at times preach. He published an Introduction 
to the Greek of the New Testament, and a Com- 
mentary on the Synoptic Gospels. 

2. William Hiram, b. Aug. 22, 1835 ; m. Maria B. 
White, 1856, and had 

(i) Emeline Barber, b. Feb. 15, 1857; m. Edward 
W. Mann, of Norfolk, Mass., and had two 
children. 

(2) Harriet White, b. May 23, 1859; m. Walter 
L. Palmer, of Medway, Feb. 24, 1893. 

(3) Catherine Clark, b. 1869; m. Harry Kings- 
bury, of Wellesley Hills, Mass., Oct. 21, 
1896, and have three children. 

(4) Louis Alexander, b. Sept. 30, 1875; m. Nelly 
Hodges, of Medway, and have Dorothea. 

3. Catherine Agnes, b. Oct. 17, 1840; d. in infancy. 

4. Francis F.ugene, b. Dec. 11, 1842; d. in infancy. 

5. Mary Adelaide, b. Oct. 23, 1846; m. Rev. Ellery 
Channing Butler, Pastor "Stone Temple," 
Quincy, Mass. ; their son Max d. 1898. 



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6. Henry Grattan, b. April i6, 1850; m. Nora Wood, 
and had 

(1) Jessica Lovell, b. May 15, 1874; m. Edward 
K. Rundle, and have 

I. Gary. 

(2) *L. Gertrude; m. Mr. Wilson. 

(3) Winnifred H., b. Sept. 4, 1887. 

(4) Dorothy C., b. Sept. 4, 1892. 

(9) Samuel Danforth, b. June 30, 1807 ; d. in infancy. 

(10) Charlotte Ann, b. May 28, 1810; d. in infancy. 

(11) Mary Ann Short, b. Jan. 9, 1813, Rindge, N. H. ; m. 
Charles B. Whitney. 

4. Margaret, b. 1761 ; m. Abel Gilson, 1789. 

5. Lazarus, b. 1765 ; m. Rachel . 

6. John, b. Sept. 18, 1768, Attleboro; m. ist, Judith, dau. of 
Henry and Sarah Godding (b. July 18, 1780, d. Dec. 5, 
1820, Reading, Vermont), June 5, 1794; m. 2d, Sally Bige- 
low (b. May 30, 1789, d. Nov. 4, 1874, Cavendish, Vt.) ; 
they had 

(i) John, b. May 14, 1797; d. 1812. 

(2) Judith, b. May 21, 1801 ; d. in childhood. 

(3) Isaac, b. June 10, 1803 ; d. in infancy. 

(4) Isaac, b. April 19, 1806; d. 1854. 

(5) Gilman, b. Dec. i, 1808, New Ipswich, N. H. ; m. 
Catherine, dau. of Michael and Caty (Daniels) Lov- 
ell, Jan. I, 1839, and had 

1. A son, b. Dec. 16, 1841 ; d. in infancy. 

2. Josephine Maria, b. July 8, 1845 J d. in infancy. 

3. Edmund, b. Oct. 2, 1848; d. 1871. 

4. Ellen, b. Nov. 2, 1851; m. ist, E. M. Woodward, 
April 26, 1872, and had two children, who d. in 
infancy; he d. July 3, 1892; m. 2d, Simeon E. 
Stone, who d. Nov. 23, 1907; her home is in 
Medfield, Mass. 

5. Mary, b. May 23, 1853; d. in 1883. 

6. Arthur, b. April 23, 1858; d. in infancy. 

(6) Alvin, b. Aug. 26, 181 1 ; d. in infancy. 

(7) John, b. July 8, 1813; d. Mar. 31, 1903; m. Mary 
Parkhurst (b. Sept. 27, 1818, Wethersfield, Vt., d. 
June 21, 1882, Cavendish, Vt.), Feb. 26, 1840; he d. 



86 John Caiy 

Mar. 31, 1903, at Soldiers' Home, Bennington, Vt. ; 
they had 

1. William Wallace, b. Jan. 22, 1841, Poultney, Vt. ; 
m. Hattie Spafford, 1866, and had 

(i) Bertha A., b. 1866; live at Proctor, Vt. 
(2) Maud, b. 1869; d. 1884. 

2. Sarah Minerva, b. May 21, 1850, Cavendish, Vt. ; 
m. Albert C. Kendall (b. June 2, 1844, d. April 21, 
1897), 1870, and had 

(i) Eugene A., b. April 9, 1871 ; m. Jessie A. L. 

Gilliland, Nov. 15, 1893. 
(2) Fred H., b. Oct. 21, 1879; m. Ella Plunkett, 
Auburn, Me., April 9, 1904, and have one 
child. 
(8) Judith, b. May 21, 1818; d. Oct. 26, 1838, Cavendish, 
Vermont. 

7. Mary, b. 1767. 

8. Theodore A., b. 1770, Goshen, Vt. ; m. and had a son, 
Lazarus. 

SECTION 28-C. 

Nathan Gary, son of Samuel, Sec. 13, b. Bridgewater, 1716; re- 
moved to Pawling, Dutchess County, N. Y.. in 1728; m. Mary ; 

d. in Pawling, 1800-1. 

Children : 

I. Elizabeth ; m. Comfort Shaw. 
II. Nathan. 
III. Mary, b. at Pawling, N. Y. ; m. William Stark 4, Christo- 
pher 3, William 2, Aaron i, (b. 1745, Groton, Ct.) ; she d. 
Goshen, N. Y., 1795 ; they had 

I. Nathan, b. Dec. 25, 1763; m. ist, Dorcas Dickson, or 
Dixon, and had Paul Stark, who m. and had Lucretta 
Pauline Stark, who m. Charles Oakes Boynton, of Rock- 
ingham, Vt., and Sycamore, 111., and had 
(i) Charles Douglass, of St. Louis, Mo.; m. Cora May 

Farrar. 
(2) Mary; m. Frederick B. Townsend, and had 

1. Charles Boynton. 

2. Elinor. 



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(3) Elmer Edward ; m. Rose E. Langhorn, and had 

1. Frederick L. 

2. Elmer E. 

3. Mary E. 

2. William, b. Feb. 13, 1765; d. Jan., 1833; m. ist, Elizabeth 
Halstead; m. 2d, Mrs. Rachel Hewett. 

3. Lucy, b. Dec. 30, 1768; d. Dec. 10, 1848; m. William Fan- 
cher about 1789. 

4. Mary, b. Oct. 13, 1772; d. Feb. 12, 1859; m. Elijah Clark, 
Feb. 2, 1794. 

5. Nancy, b. Mar. 12, 1774; d. Nov. 27, 1863; m. Ambrose 
Dickson, June 25, 1795. 

6. John, b. Dec. 5, 1776; d. July 18, 1841 ; m. ist, Temperance 
Pratt; m. 2d, Mary Camp. 

7. James, b. July 2, 1779; d. June 30, 1859; "i- i^t, Rebecca 
Rosencrans, Jan. 30, 1803 ; m. 2d, Elizabeth Wilcox, Oct. 
26, 1819. 

8. Oliver, b. Aug. 8, 1783; d. July 17, 1862; m. Elizabeth 
Dickson, April 21, 1808. 

9. Elizabeth, b. Jan. 6, 1786; d. Jan. 10, 1883; m. Lewis 
Dixon, May 15, 1807. 

10. Samuel, b. Feb. 16, 1788; d. Feb. 21, 1879; m. Mary Jones. 
William Stark's name is inscribed on the Wyoming Monu- 
ment as one among the Revolutionary citizen soldiery who 
fought in the memorable battle and Massacre, on July 3, 
1778, and where his brother Aaron was killed. 
IV. Rhoda; m. Mr. Worden. 
V. Huldah; m. Mr. Rutty. 

VL Rosanna, b. Mar. i, 1755; d. Sept. 17, 1823; m. ist, Mr. Ben- 
nett ; m. 2d, Samuel Cary, son of Eleazer. Sec. 63-B. 
VIL Esther; m. Mr. Cooper. 

SECTION 29. 

Eleazer Cary, son of Samuel, Sec. 13, b. Bridgewater, 1718; re- 
moved with his father to Bond's Bridge, Dutchess County, N. Y., 
about 1728; m. Charity Sturdevant, and here all his children were 
born. He went with the first Forty Connecticut Pioneers to the Wy- 
oming Valley in Feb., 1769, moving his family three years later, and 
settled in what was then known as Putnam Township, Westmoreland 



88 John Gary 

County, Ct. This was afterwards known as Carytown, now Gary 
Avenue, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Children : 

I. Nathan, b. 1755. Sec. 63. 
II. John, b. May 7, 1756. Sec. 63-A. 

III. Samuel, b. Aug. 12, 1759. Sec. 63-B. 

IV. Benjamin, b. 1763. Sec. 63-C. 

V. Mehitabel, b. 1765; m. James Wright, Luzerne Co., Pa., and 

had numerous descendants. 
VI. Comfort, b. 1766. Sec. 63-D. 

SECTION 30. 

Ezra Cary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 14, b. Bridgewater, 1710; m. 
Mary, dau. of John Holman, 1734; removed to New Jersey, and after- 
wards to Western Pennsylvania, where he d. 1778. 
Children : 

I. Ezra, b. 1735. Sec. 64. 
II. Luther, b. 1737. 

III. Calvin, b. 1739. 

IV. Ephraim, b. 1741 ; d. unm. at New Orleans. 

SECTION 31. 

Zecheriah Cary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 14, b. Bridgewater, 1713 ; 
m. Susanna, dau. of Capt. Jonathan Bass, 1742, and settled in North 
Bridgewater, now the City of Brockton, where he d. Sept. 5, 1778. 
He with 24 others formed the First Church in North Bridgewater. 
Children : 

I. Ezra, b. 1749. Sec. 65. 
II. Mehitabel, b. 1752 ; m. Zechariah Silvester, and reirioved to 
Raymond, Me. 

III. Susanna, b. 1755; m. Rufus Brett, 1775, and removed to 
Paris, Me. 

IV. Daniel, b. June 11, 1758. Sec. 66. 
V. Luther, b. 1761. Sec. 67. 

SECTION 32. 

Ephraim Cary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 14, b. Bridgewater, 1714; m. 
Susanna, dau. of Ebenezer Alden, and settled in Bridgewater, where 
he d. 1791 ; his widow d. 1803. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 89 

Children : 

I. Anna, b. 1739; d. unm. 1804. 

II. Azubah, b. 1741; m. Josiah Johnson (b. 1735, d. 1812), and 
d. 1816. 

III. Phebe, b. 1742; m. Ezra Alden, and had eleven children; 
their son, Ethan Alden, grad. at Middlebury College, Vt., 
and was an Episcopal minister in Washington, D. C. 

IV. Ephraim, b. 1748. Sec. 68. 

V. Susanna, b. 1750; m. Asa Keith. 

VI. Huldah, b. 1752; m. Simeon Allen. 

VII. Daniel, b. 1754; m. Hannah Thayer. 

SECTION 33. 

Daniel Gary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 14, b. Bridgewater, 1716; m. 
Martha, dau. of John Cary, 1742; had one son b. in Bridgewater, and 
removed to New Jersey ; bought a large farm extending from Black 
River eastward, running up the mountain slope on Suckasunna 
Plains, Morris County, N. J., where he d. at. an advanced age. 

Children : 

I. Lewis, b. 1742. Sec. 69. 
II. Abel, b. 1744; removed to Washington Tp., Greene County, 
Pa., and bought a tract of land where he lived, and d. Dec, 
1815; m. Elizabeth , and had 

1. Daniel, b. Aug. 13, 1779; m., and had 
(i) Abel, who m. and had four children. 

(2) Sylvester, who was twice m. and had Elymas. 

(3) Daniel Madison, who m. and had six children. 

2. John. 

3. Phebe. 

4. Abel, b. Sept. 24, 1783; d. Aug. 16, 1820; he lived and d. 
on the old homestead ; m. Eunice Woodruff (b. Mar. 4, 
1787, d. May 8, 1833), and had 

(i) Sophronia, b. 1815; m. Jesse Craig, and had 



Daniel. 

Abel. 

Cephas. 

Eunice. 

Elizabeth. 

Sarah. 

Ellen. 



90 John Gary 

Hannah. 
Thomas. 
Mary. 
Margaret. 

12. Jesse. 

13. Sophronia. 

(2) Lena, b. 181 5; m. John Muckle. 

(3) Cephas, b. Aug. 6, 1812; d. Dec. 8, 1896; m. Mary, 
dau. of Marcena and Mary Kitchener (b. Oct. 8, 
1820, d. Sept. 10, 1897), Jan. 11, 1844, and had 

1. Sarah Jane, b. Feb. 11, 1849; d. Nov. 22, 1876; m. 
Hiram Baker, March, 1870, and had 

(1) Lewis C. ; d. in infancy. 

(2) Dale P. ; d. in infancy. 

(3) Mary Louisa, b. Feb. 8, 1873; m. William 
N. Jennings, and had 

1. William H. 

2. Sarah Elizabeth. 

3. Ralph H. 

2. Maty Elizabeth, b. Dec. 26, 1852, Indiana, Pa. 

3. Sophronia Craig, b. April 7, 1854; d. Oct. 5, 1897; 
m. Daniel L. Hoover, and had 
(i) Bertha May, who m. Frank Johnson, and had 

1. Ruth. 

2. Frederick. 

(2) Leonora, who m. James A. Dunn, and had 
I. Dorothy. 

(3) Jane Pearl, who m. Byron B. Daily, and had 
I. John Lewis. 

(4) Frank. 
This family lives in Waynesburg, Pa. 

4. Marcena Kitchener, b. Sept. 14, 1857; m. Eliza- 
beth A. Baker, live in Morgan Tp., Pa., and had 
(i) Dale Emerson. 

(2) Isa Florence, who m. Wiley Bradbury, and 
had 

1. Melvin. 

2. Leeta May. 

(3) Goldy. 

5. Jesse William, b. Feb. i, 1861, West Bethlehem 
Tp., Pa. ; grad. Allegheney College, taught two 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 91 

years, joined Pittsburg Conference, 1888, and has 
been in active service since; now at Indiana, Pa.; 
m. Anna May, dau. of Rev. John G. and Hannah 
Day Gogley, April 19, 1888, and had 
(i) Thelma Day, b. Mar. 18, 1899. 

III. Hannah, b. April 26, 1747; m. Judge Thompson, an eminent 
jurist in New Jersey. 

IV. Polly, b. 1749; m. Usual Gary, Catskill, N. Y. 
V. Phebe, b. 1751; m. James Cooper. 

SECTION 34. 

Ichabod Gary, son of Dea. Recompense, Sec. 16. b. Bridgewater, 
1715; m. Hannah, dau. of Joseph Gannett, 1741 ; removed to Putney, 
Vermont. 
Children : 

I. Seth, b. 1747. Sec. 69-A. 
II. Ichabod, b. 1749; m. Miss or Mrs. Smith, and had four sons 
and a daughter in Colrain, Mass. 

III. Aaron, b. April 6, 1751. Sec. 70. 

IV. Joshua, b. 1753. 
V. Zenas, b. 1755. 

VI. Hannah, b. 1758; m. Mr. Coloph of Burgoyne's army. 
VII. Mary, b. 1761. 
VIII. Daniel, b. 1762. 
IX. Ebenezer, b. 1765. 

SECTION 35. 

Col. Simeon Cary, son of Dea.. Recompense, Sec. 16, b. 1719, 
Bridgewater; was a Captain in the French and Indian War, and a 
Colonel in the Revolution, and was a man of distinction and influ- 
ence; m. Mary, dau. of Daniel Howard, 1754, and d. in 1802. 

Children : 

I. Molly, b. 1755; m. Simeon Keith. 1775, and had Austin 
Keith, who m. Betsey Copeland, and had Charles Austin 
Keith, who m. Hannah Copeland, and had 

1. Mary Cary Keith, Principal of the School at Campello, 
Mass. 

2. James Copeland Keith, Campello, Mass. 

3. Jonathan Bradford Keith, d. Sept. i, 1875. 



92 John Gary 

II. Mehitabel, b. 1757; m. Bela Howard, 1782. 

III. Howard, b. 1760. Sec. 71. 

IV. Martha, b. 1765. Sec. 71-A. 
V. Rhoda, b. 1772. Sec. 71-B. 

SECTION 36. 
Zebulon Gary, son of Dea. Recompense, Sec. 16, b. Bridgewater, 
1721 ; m. Mehitabel, dau. of Matthew Gannett, 1747, who d. 1748; m. 
2d, Lydia Phillips, 1749; he d. at Ware, Mass., 1759. 
Children : 

I. Mehitabel, b. 1751. Sec. 71-C. 
II. Lydia, b. 1753; m. Mr. Thomas and removed to Ware, Mass. 

III. Josiah, b. 1754. Sec. 72. 

IV. Zebulon, b. 1755 ; lost at sea. 

V. Recompense, b. Jan. 25, 1757. Sec. 73. 
VI. Mary, b. 1758; m. Mr. Oakes, Hawley, Mass. 

SECTION 37. 

Dea. Jonathan Cary, son of Dea. Recompense, Sec. 16, b. Bridge- 
water, 1723 ; m. Mary, dau. of Capt. Joseph Curtis, Stoughton, Mass., 
1747. He was remarkable for his probity and exalted Christian char- 
acter; was a member of the Congregational Church for 70 years, 
during 60 of which he was Deacon; he d. Feb. 2, 1813, at the age of 
90, and his widow at 95. 
Children : 

I. Moses, b. Nov. 20, 1748. Sec. 74. 

II. Mary, b. 1750; d. 1768. 

III. Dorothy, b. Dec. 17, 1752. 

IV. Jonathan, b. Feb. 14, 1757. Sec. 75. 
V. Huldah, b. 1759; d. in childhood. 

VI. Alpheus, b. April 21, 1761. Sec. 76. 
VII. Huldah, b. Aug. 4, 1763; d. 1775. 
VIII. Sarah, b. Aug. 3, 1763; m. ist, Daniel Alden, Dec. 18, 1786, he 
died Sept. 10, 1799; m. 2d, L. A. Beal, 1809. 
IX. James, b. 1766. Sec. "j"]. 

SECTION 38. 
John Cary, son of John, Sec. 17, b. Bridgewater, 1719; m. Mary 
Hardin, 1741 ; after the birth of the first two children, they removed 
to Mendham, Morris County, N. J. He was a carpenter and built 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 93 

the first place of worship in the town. He lived at the foot of the 
hill, east of the church, on a large farm; his wife d. Feb. 6, 1785, and 
he m. Elizabeth Riggs Feb. 6, 1786, and d. Aug. 20, 1793. 

Children : 

I. Isaac, b. Feb. i, 1742. Sec. 78. 

II. Huldah, b. March, 1744; m. Mr. Hedley in Pennsylvania. 

III. Susanna, b. May 8, 1746; m. Clement Wood, of New Jersey. 

IV. Eunice, b. Feb. 5, 1751 ; m. N. Wade, Sussex County, N. J. 

V. Martha, b. Feb. 26, 1753; d. in childhood. 

VI. John, b. July 25, 1757. Sec. 79. 

VII. Sarah, b. Mar. 8, 1760; m. Daniel Baxter, of Pennsylvania. 

SECTION 39. 

Henry Gary, son of John, Sec. 17, b. Bridgewater, 1723; m. Mar- 
tha, dau. of Joseph Byrom, 1749; settled in Bridgewater, where he 
d. in 1762. 

Children : 

I. Benjamin, b. 1750; killed accidentally. 
II. Eunice, b. 1758; m. William Snell, 1781. 
III. Benjamin, b. 1761. 

SECTION 40. 

Beriah Cary, son of John, Sec. 17, b. Bridgewater, 1729; removed 
to Mendham, N. J., with his brother, John, Sec. 38, 1742; m. ist, Mary 
Cook, Oct. 16, 1754, at Mendham, Rev. John Dickson officiating; 
m. 2d, Jane Rogers. He was a Weaver, and from the organization 
of the church was an Elder and Trustee. The following list is taken 
from his Bible. 

Children: 

I. A son, b. July 15, 1755; d. in infancy. 

II. A daughter, b. Oct., 1756; d. in infancy. 

III. Joel, b. 1758. 

IV. Stephen, b. 1760; was a printer in Philadelphia. 
V. Thankful, b. 1764. 

VI. Hannah, b. 1764; m. Thomas Homan. 

VII. Experience, b. 1768; d. Dec. 7, 1869, 102 years old. 

VIII. Daniel, b. 1770. 

IX. Mary, b. 1771 ; d. 1785. 
X. Samuel, b. 1773 ; d. Sept. 30, 1792. 



94 John Cary 

XI. Reuben, b. 1774. 
XII. Simeon, b. Feb. 22, 1777. Sec. 79-A. 

XIII. Elizabeth, b. 1778. 

XIV. Rebecca, b. 1778. 

SECTION 41. 
Eleazer Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 18, b. Bridgewater, 1723; m. 
1st, Betty, dau. of Jonathan Fobes, 1745, who d. 1749; m. 2d, Mary, 
the widow of Nathaniel Washburne, 1753; he d. 1806. 
Children : 

I. Caleb, b. 1747. 
II. Betty, b. 1754; m. William Perkins, 1777. 

III. Mary, b. 1756; m. Nathan Morton, Esq., 1782, and was the 
mother of Judge Marcus Morton. 

IV. Sarah, b. 1761 ; d. unm. 

SECTION 42. 
Jonathan Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 18, b. Bridgewater, 1730; 
m. Lois, dau. of William Hooper, Esq., 1754, and lived and d. in 
Bridgewater. 
Children : 

I. Jonathan, b. 1754; d. in the Army of the Revolution. 
II. Lois, b. 1760; m. Solomon Keith, 1777; their dau., Clarissa, 
m. a Mr. Pratt; their dau., Christiana, m. George Washburn, 
who was a descendant on both his father's and mother's side 
of John Cary; their dau. is Lucy C. Washburn. 
III. Eunice, b. 1760; m. Isaac Washburn. 

SECTION 43. 

Michael Cary, son of David, Sec. 19, b. Bristol, Jan. 24, 1739 ; m. 
Patty Gunsey, Barrington, Mass. ; he was a soldier in the Revolu- 
tionary War, and a pensioner at his death in 1833. 
Children : 

I. Ebenezer, b. about 1761. Sec. 80. 
II. Nathan, b. about 1767; d. without issue. 
III. Mary, b. about 1769. 

SECTION 44. 
Thomas Cary, son of David, Sec. 19, b. Bristol, Jan. 19, 1735, 
and was a Cabinet Maker ; m. at Smithfield, R. I., about 1764, Sarah, 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 95 

dau. of Obadiah Brown, who was a large landholder and a descend- 
ant of Elder Chad. Brown, one of the original Proprietors of the 
Providence Purchase, and was exiled from Massachusetts with Roger 
Williams. 
Children : 

I. Ebenezer, b. 1765 ; was a sailor, and near the close of the 
Revolution was pressed on board an English war vessel, 
and d. in a prison ship. 
II. Chad., b. May 17, 1773. Sec. 81. 

III. Asa, b. about 1775. 

IV. Sally, b. about 1777. ' 

SECTION 45. 

Joseph Gary, son of Jabez, Sec. 21, b. Windham, Ct., Sept. 28, 
1723; m. Phebe Mack, July i, 1747; lived in Windham for a time, 
then removed to Mansfield, Ct., and then to Williamsburg, Mass., 
about 1765, where he died. 
Children : 

I. Hannah, b. June 11, 1748; m. Thomas Meekens, July, 1767; 

had two sons, and d. at Williamsburg, aged 80 years. 
II. Phebe, b. Jan. 6, 1750; m. Amasa Graves, July 13, 1769, and 
had fourteen children; d. at Middlefield, Mass., Aug. 3, 1815. 

III. Mary, b. Dec. 5, 1751; m. Joel Wait, and had five children; 
d. in Ohio, 1836. 

IV. Jemima, b. Nov. 21, 1753; m. John Ford, 1771, and had eight 
children; d. at Middlefield, Mass., Sept., 1849. 

V. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 10, 1755; m. Anson Cheesman, 1774, and 

had eight children ; d. in Fredonia, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1841. 
VI. Joseph, b. Mar. 7, 1757. Sec. 82. 
VII. Richard, b. Jan. 15, 1759. Sec. 83. 
VIII. Abner, b. Jan. 21, 1760. Sec. 84. 
IX. Triphena, b. Dec. 11, 1763. 
X. A daughter, b. Williamsburg, Mass. 
XI. A daughter, b. Williamsburg, Mass. 
XII. Asa, b. April i, 1770. Sec. 85. 

SECTION 46. 

Jabez Cary, son of Jabez, Sec. 21, b. Windham, Ct., July 30, 1727; 
lived for some years in Mansfield, Ct., then removed to Oneida 
County, N. Y. 



96 John Cary 

Children : 

I. Jabez, b. Oct. 3, 1760. 
II. Lydia, b. Sept. 10, 1762. 

III. Bela, b. Dec. 2, 1764; m. and had a family in Oneida County, 
New York. 

IV. James, b. April 22, 1766; m. Hannah Alden, May 27, 1798. 
V. Martha, b. Jan. 3, 1770. 

VI. Samuel, b. May 2, 1772. 
VII. Lucy, b. July 5, 1774. 
VIII. Olive, b. July 25, 1776; m. EHsha Hamilton, and had 

I. Richard, b. June 7, 1798; d. 1884; m. Agnes Beecher, and 
had 
(i) James. 

(2) Olive. 

(3) Lydia. 

(4) Sophia. 

(5) Reuben. 

(6) Martha, b. Sept. 4, 1832; d. 1897; m. Rev. WilHam 
S. Goodell, and had 

1. Ella. 

2. Mary, b. June 18, i860; m. Walter S. Hartwell, 
and had 

(i) William, b. Sept. 23, 1889. 
(2) Marguerite, b. Nov. 12, 1891. 

3. George. 

(7) Mary. 

(8) Charles. 

IX. Richard, b. Nov. 22, 1778. 

SECTION 47. 

Nathaniel Gary, son of Jabez, Sec. 21, b. Windham, Ct., Oct. 23, 
1729; resided in Mansfield, Ct., and d. at Willimantic, Ct., at a great 
age. He m. ist, Dorcas, dau. of Samuel Marcy, Woodstock, Ct., 
Sept. 12, 1751, who d. Dec. 13, 1766; m. 2d, Sarah, dau. of Jacob 
Sargent, Dec, 1767, who d. Aug. 11, 1782; m. 3d, Mrs. Tabitha Root, 
WiUington, Ct., Mar. 18, 1784. 

Children : 

I. Mary, b. July 16, 1752. 

II. Delight, b. Sept. 6, 1754; m. Timothy Fuller, June 14, 1774. 
III. Dorcas, b. July 11, 1756. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 97 

IV. Nathaniel, b. April i8, 1758; enlisted in the Continental 
Army, May 12, 1777, for three years, and lost his life in the 
service. 

V. Lucretia, b. Oct. 2, 1760. 
VI. Sibbel, b. Oct. 11, 1762. 

VII. Sarah, b. Oct. i, 1764. Sec. 85-A. 
VIII. Jerusha, b. Nov. 5, 1768. 
IX. Hannah, b. July 5, 1770. 
X. Barillai, b. Mar. 5, 1772. 
XL Asa, b. Feb. 11, 1774. Sec. 85-B. 
XII. John, b. May 11, 1777. 

XIII. Eleazer, b. May 15, 1779. 

XIV. Prosper, b. Feb. 7, 1785. 
XV. Persis, b. Mar. 15, 1786. 

SECTION 48. 

Ebenezer Cary, son of Jabez, Sec. 21, b. Mansfield, Ct., 1732; m. 
Sarah, dau. of Walter Trumbull (b. Mar. 6, 1741 ; d. Aug. 18, 1830, 
Batavia, N. Y.), Mar. 30, 1758, and lived in Chaplin, a part of Mans- 
field; he was Deacon of the church for many years, and was univer- 
sally esteemed for his probity and pure character. He d. Mar. 16, 
1816. 

Children : 

I. Ebenezer, b. Dec. 27, 1758. Sec. 86. 

II. Sarah, b. May 25, 1761 ; m. Ephraim Grant, Tolland, Ct., 
and had 

1. Sidney. 

2. Luther. 

3. Calvin. 

4. Lucy. 

III. Walter Trumbull, b. Aug., 1762; d. in Carolina, unm., 1786. 

IV. Lucinda, b. Sept. 6, 1765; d. Feb. 17, 1832; m. W. Kimberly, 
and had 

1. Homer. 

2. Ebenezer. 

V. Nathan, b. 1767 ; was educated for the ministry at Brown 
University, and d. unm. in Georgia. 

VI. Damaris, b. 1769; m. E. Williams, of Tolland, Ct., and d. 
without issue. 



98 John Gary 

VII. Elizabeth, b. 1772; m. John Foote, of Tolland, Ct., and d. 
Dec. 13, 1852, leaving 

1. Olive. 

2. John. 

VIII. Alfred, b. 1778, and never married; he founded the Cary 
Collegiate Seminary, at Caryville, N. Y., now Oakfield ; he 
erected two fine stone buildings for the school, and gave 
them an endowment of $20,000. It was opened in 1844 with 
196 students; in 1854 the number had increased to 287; in 
1906 it became the Oakfield High School. Col. Cary d. 
Sept. 17, 1858. 
IX. Elsie, b. 1782; d. young. 
X. Trumbull, b. 1787. Sec. 87. 

SECTION 49. 

John Cary, son of John, Sec. 22, b. Windham, Ct., April 12, 1717, 
and was a very prominent and influential man in "Scotland Parish." 
He m. Rebecca, dau. of Nathaniel Rudd, Nov. 13, 1740; he d. May 
8, 1788, and his widow d. 1797. 
Children : 

I. Ezekiel, b. Dec. 7, 1741. Sec. 88. 
II. Phebe, b. Nov. 14, 1743. 

III. Hannah, b. Nov. 15, 1745. 

IV. William, b. Oct. 25, 1747. Sec. 89. 
V. Jonathan, b. June 5, 1749. Sec. 90. 

VI. John, b. Aug. 9, 1751 ; d. 1776. 

VII. Rebecca, b. Dec. 29, 1753 ; m. Walter Baker and reared a 
family. 
VIII. Esther, b. May 14, 1756; d. 1777. 

SECTION 50. 

Lieut. Beneijah Cary, son of John, Sec. 22, b. Scotland, Ct., Mar. 
7, 1719, a very highly esteemed farmer; m. Deborah Perkins, Feb. 
II, 1742; she d. Dec. 5, 1772, and he d. Mar. 11, 1773. 
Children: 

I. Zillah, b. Dec, 1743; m. Jonathan Kingsley, and was the 

mother of Prof. Luce Kingsley of Yale. 
II. Anna, b. Feb. 14, 1745; d. 1763. 
III. Deborah, b. Feb. 17, 1747; m. Mr. Stark, of Franklin, Ct., 
and had a family. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 99 

IV. James, b. Nov. 27, 1750. Sec. 91. 
V. Martha, b. May 18, i7S5; d. in childhood. 
VI. Abigail, b. July 27, 1758; d. 1772. 

SECTION 51. 

Capt. Nathaniel Gary, son of John, Sec. 22, b. Scotland, Ct., 
Nov. I, 1731 ; was a prominent and much esteemed farmer, and a 
Captain in the Revolution ; m. Jerusha Downer, Jan. 6, 1757, and his 
widow lived to be more than 90 years old ; he d. Nov. 22, 1776. 
Children : 

I. Irena, b. Oct. 2, 1757; d. 1777. 
II. Roger, b. Jan. 7, 1759. Sec. 92. 

III. Joseph, b. Aug. 19, 1760; was a sea captain, and engaged in 
the slave trade; d. unm. on the coast of Africa. 

IV. Anson, b. Mar. 15, 1762. Sec. 93. 

■ V. Martha, b. Jan. 13, 1764; m. Benjamin Greenslit, and had 

four children. 
VI. Lavinia, b. Sept. 23, 1765 ; m. Asa Parish, of Vermont. 
VII. Philomela, b. Mar. 2, 1767; m. Josiah Geer, and reared a 
family; d. in old age in Illinois. 

SECTION 52. 

Dr. Samuel Cary, son of John, Sec. 22, b. Scotland, Ct., June 13, 
1734; grad. at Yale, 1755, and his diploma is carefully preserved by 
his descendants. He was a Physician of eminent skill ; m. Deliver- 
ance Grant (b. May 23, 1743, Bolton, Ct.), Jan. 7, 1762, and emigrated 
to Lyme, N. H., 1768; he d. there Jan., 1784, and was buried in the 
old burying ground on the hill, near the Connecticut River, long 
since abandoned as a burial place. His widow m. Capt. John Strong, 
of Thetford, Vt., and had two sons, John, b. Mar. 25, 1787, and Zeb- 
ulon, b. Sept., 1788. Becoming a widow the second time, she emi- 
grated to Cincinnati, O., in 1802, with her children, Christopher, 
Samuel, Delia, and William. She d. at the old Cary Mansion, at the 
junction of Main Street and Hamilton Road, in 1810, and was buried 
where the First Presbyterian Church now stands, at the corner of 
Fourth and Main Streets, Cincinnati, O. John and Zebulon Strong 
emigrated to Ohio in 1809, and both had large families; John d. at 
83 ; Zebulon lived at College Hill. 

Children : 

I. Christopher, b. Feb. 25, 1763. Sec. 94. 



100 John Gary 

II. Anna, b. May 5, 1765 ; m. Solomon Howard, a Revolutionary 
soldier, at Lyme, N. H., and removed with four children to 
Cincinnati, 1806, and d. at College Hill, 1854. Her descend- 
ants are very numerous, among whom are Rev. Solomon 
Howard, D. D., long President of Ohio University, and the 
Hon. R. F. Howard, Xenia, O. 
HI. Phebe, b. Aug. 25, 1767. Sec. 94-A. 
IV. Deliverance, b. Oct. 26, 1769; d. 1828. 
V. Hannah, b. Dec. 16, 1771 ; d. in infancy. 
VI. Samuel, b. 1773; d. in infancy. 

VII. Mercy, b. Mar. 5, 1776; m. Thomas Weston, of Townsend, 
Mass., and had a large family. She emigrated with her fam- 
ily to Ohio in 1828, and d. at College Hill in 1830. 
VIII. Samuel, b. Nov. 3, 1778; went to Cincinnati, 1802, and was 
the first Merchant Tailor in town. 
IX. John, b. Dec. 26, 1780. Sec. 95. 
X. William, b. Jan. 29, 1783.' Sec. 96. 

SECTION 53. 

Josiah Gary, son of Seth, Sec. 23, b. Windham, Ct., June 18, 
1729; removed to Haddam, Ct., and m. Hannah Conklin in 1760. 

Children : 

I. Josiah, b. Jan. 16, 1761. Sec. 97. 
II. Polly, b. 1763 ; m. Mr. Doan. 

III. Betsey, b. 1765 ; m. John Strong. 

IV. Thankful, b. 1767; m. Mr. Harden. 

V. Hannah, b. 1769; m. ist, Daniel Brainerd; m. 2d, W. Johnson. 

SECTION 53-A. 

Moses Cary, son of Seth, Sec. 23, b. Windham, Ct., Dec. 15, 
1740; m. Lucy Palmer. 

Children : 

I. Ebenezer; went South, and when last heard from was at 

Savannah, Ga. 
II. Moses. Sec. 97-A. 
HI. Lucy. 

IV. Daniel ; d. in youth. 

V. Elizabeth ; m. Jacob Bitely, of Fort Edward, N. Y., and had 
I. Stephen, b. 1793. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 101 

2. Jacob, b. 1795; m. Maudana Hitchcock, 1821, Fort Ed- 
ward, N. Y., and had 

(i) Melville, b. 1822. 

(2) Elizabeth, b. 1824; m. Calvin Durkee, 1846, Palo, 
Mich., and had 

1. Byron C. ; d. in childhood. 

2. Marian E., d. in childhood. 

3. Hermione E. ; m. Samuel Reeves. 

4. Alice Eugenia; m. Ashley Curtis. 

5. Emma A.; m. Edward A. Durkee, St. Johns, 
Mich. 

6. Anna C. ; m. Milo B. Wetmore. 

(3) Almira, b. 1826. 

(4) Daniel, b. 1827. 

(5) Minerva, b. 1829. 

(6) Stephen, b. 1831. 

(7) Nancy, b. 1833. 

(8) Jerome, b. 1835. 

(9) Helen, b. 1837. 

(10) Cyrus, b. 1839; m. Lilia Harrison. 

(11) Hamilton, b. 1841. 

(12) Marian, b. 1844; m. Albert Rollstone. 

3. Elizabeth, b. 1797. 

SECTION 54. 
Eleazer Gary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 24, b. Windham, Ct., Aug. 7, 
1737; m. Mercy Lathrop, widow of John Fitch, July 19, 1767, and 
kept a Hotel till his death, Aug. 21, 1782, and his widow continued 
the business many years, and d. Oct. 2, 1802. 
Child : 

I. Henry Lucius, b. Oct. 18, 1769. Sec. 98. 

SECTION 55. 

Nathaniel Cary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 24, b. Windham, Ct., Jan. 
17, 1739; m. Zervia, dau. of Thomas Storrs, of Mansfield, Ct., Dec. 5, 
1765; lived for some years in Mansfield, where all his children were 
born, but d. in Windham, 1818; his widow lived to be more than 80 
years old. 
Children: 

I. Clarissa, b. Jan. i, 1767; m. Benjamin Bibbins, Dec. 31, 
1789, reared a family, and d. Jan. 19, i860. 



102 John Gary 

II. Eleazer, b. Dec. 14, 1769. Sec. 99. 
III. Zervia, b. Feb. 6, 1772; d. 1786. 

SECTION 56. 

Phineas Gary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 24, b. Windham, Ct., Oct. 7, 
1746; m. Mary, dau. of Elisha Hurlbut, Feb. 26, 1769, and emigrated 
to the State of New York. 
Children : 

I. Mary, b. Mar. 20, 1770. 

II. Anne, b. Oct. 26, 1771. 

III. Elisha, b. Aug. 12, 1775. 

SECTION 57. 

Olivet Cary, son of William, Sec. 25, b. Windham, Ct., Oct. 20, 
1761 ; removed with the family to Lempster, N. H. ; m. Bertha Wood, 
Dec. 31, 1789; he d. at Lempster, 1833, and his widow in 1845. 
Children : 

I. Amanda, b. May 7, 1791 ; m. B. A. Miner, Jan. 27, 1811, and 
had one son and four daughters; this son became the Rev. 
Alonzo A. Miner, D. D., for 13 years the President of Tufift's 
College, Medford, Mass., and a prominent Universalist min- 
ister in Boston for nearly fifty years, and also a strong Tem- 
perance advocate. 
II. Eunice, b. Aug. 17, 1793. Sec. 99-A. 

III. Sophronia, b. Oct. 10, 1795; m. Anson Wheeler, and had two 
sons and one daughter, Croyden, N. H. 

IV. Deborah, b. Jan. 26, 1798; m. John Wheeler, 1823; had one 
daughter; d. 1833. 

V. Fanny, b. Nov. 12, 1801 ; m. Oliver Newell, 1847. 
VI. Bertha, b. Feb. 11, 1803; m. W. S. Bools. 
VII. Mary Ann, b. 1806; m. Mr. Winship of Erie county, N. Y. 
VIII. Olivet, b. Nov. 6, 1810. Sec. 100. 

SECTION 58. 

Elliott Cary, son of William, Sec. 25, b. Windham, Ct., Dec. 20, 
1763; removed to Lempster with the family, where he was a farmer; 
m. Anna Roundy, Aug. 8, 1790, and d. 1844. 
Children : 

I. Lucinda, b. Dec. 12, 1792. 

II. Elliott, b. 1794; m. Sally Fletcher, 1820, Lempster, N. H. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 103 

III. Lydia, b. Aug. 17, 1796. 

IV. Nancy, b. Feb. 17, 1799; d. 1812. 
V. Alden, b. 1801. Sec. 101. 

VI. John, b. Feb., 1804; d. unm. 
VII. Isemirah, b. 1806; d. 1812. 
VIII. Willard, b. Sept. 3, 1810; d. in childhood. 

IX. Susanna, b. Aug. 13, 1813; m. and left two children; d. Oct. 
5. 1850. 

SECTION 59. 

William Gary, son of William, Sec. 25, b. Windham, Ct., Jan. 4, 
1767; went with the family to Lempster, N. H., and became a farmer; 
m. Jerusha Sabin, Mar. 14, 1795; d. in Lempster, Jan. 9, 1815. 

Children : 

I. William, b. Feb. 12, 1796. Sec. 102. 
II. Jerusha, b. Sept. 9, 1797; d. 1838, Unity, N. H. 

III. Byfield, b. Nov. 25, 1799. Sec. 103. 

IV. Harvey H., b. May 10, 1802. Sec. 104. 
V. Pamelia, b. July 10, 1804; d. 1824. 

VI. Minerva, b. Jan. 15, 1807; m. John D. Wellman, M. D., Nov. 

22, 1838; d. 1843, Ravenna, O. 
VII. John M., b. June 12, 1810. Sec. 105. 
VIII. Emeline, b. July 25, 1815; m. Nicholas E. Sargent, Oct. 17, 
1832; d. July 28, 1863, Ackworth, N. H. 

SECTION 60. 

John F. Gary, son of William, Sec. 25. b. Lempster, N. H., Oct. 
14, 1777; grad. at Dartmouth, 1800; engaged in teaching for a number 
of years, then removed to Alexandria, N. Y. ; m. Esther Stanton, 1804, 
and removed to Meadville, Pa., and finally settled on a farm in Chau- 
tauqua county, N. Y. ; d. suddenly, Sept. 28, 1828. 
Children : 

I. Ferdinand F., b. Nov. 9, 1805. 
II. William D., b. Sept. 7, 1807. 

III. Daniel H., b. Aug. 13, 1809. 

These sons with their families lived in Chautauqua Co., N. Y. 

IV. Esther D., b. 181 1; m. Mr. Fowler, and had two sons and a 
daughter; the sons d. in the Union Army, and the mother 
moved to Warrensville, 111. 



104 John Gary 

SECTION 60-A. 

John Cary, son of James, Sec. 25-A, b. Kinderhook, Columbia 
county, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1755, and bapt. in the old Dutch Church by 
Pastor Petrus Van Driesen, April 23d following. In April, 1775, at 
Preston, Ct., he enlisted in Capt. Ebenezer Witter's Co., "For the Re- 
lief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm," and served six days. On 
May 19, 1775, he enlisted in the 4th Co., Capt. Obadiah Johnson, 
3d Regiment, Col. Israel Putnam. At Cambridge he was transferred 
to Col. Benedict Arnold's Expedition to Quebec. They left Cam- 
bridge Sept. 13, 1775, marching through Medford, Salem, Ipswich 
to Newburyport, where they embarked for the Kennebec river. "The 
troops are now at the mouth of the Kennebec, and thus far the journey 
of these brave men has not been an arduous one, but now is about 
to be commenced a march which for courage, clear grit, boldness, 
bravery, patience, suffering, endurance and fortitude, under the most 
trying and at times painful circumstances, stands, we believe, without 
a parallel in the world's history." 

"The route of Arnold's detachment lay through an unknown 
wilderness. The march itself was a Campaign — a Campaign against 
the forest and the flood, against fatigue, sickness, and famine. The 
contest proved close and pitiless, and the issue remained long in 
doubt." Quebec was still 300 miles away ; but after incredible hard- 
ships, they reach the goal of their hopes, and on the night of Nov. 
13th, they crossed the St. Lawrence, and with a handful of starving 
and half-frozen men, they made an attack on that strongest fortifi- 
cation on the Continent ! The great disaster came on the night of 
Dec. 31st, when their supreme effort was repulsed, and some were 
killed, others taken prisoners or wounded. The long winter passed 
slowly, and in early May, 1776, the British army and the new naval 
reinforcements swept them up the St. Lawrence and Lake Champlain. 

John Cary reached home in the summer, and buys a farm at 
Halifax, Vt., adjoining that of his father. Perhaps too enfeebled by 
the effects of the Campaign of Quebec to keep in the service, he hires 
a man to go in his place in 1777, and this man was killed at Saratoga. 
But hearing in his Green Mountain home of the coming of Baum 
and his Hessians to attack Bennington, he shoulders his musket and 
trudges over the mountains, only to be just too late for the battle. 

Nov. 12, 1780, he marries Mary Rude, at Preston, Ct., Rev. Levi 
Hart, D. D., a son-in-law of Dr. Bellamy, ofificiating. From Halifax, 
Vt., he removed to Salem, N. Y., and bought a farm ; then, April 29, 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 105 

1783, he buys another farm at Belcher, N. Y., where he settles, clear- 
ing up his farm and rearing a family. He was a good singer, and a 
devout man, and four of his children became school teachers. 

Children : 

I. Susanna, b. 1781, Halifax, Vt., who never married; a bright, 
intelligent woman and a school teacher ; lived with her brother 
George, at Castile, N. Y., where she d. 1847. 
n. James, b. about 1783, Salem, N. Y. ; was a school teacher 
and a soldier in the War of 1812-14, and was in the battle 
of Plattsburg; removed to North Creek, N. Y., where he d. 
May 6, 1865, a sincere Christian ; m. Abigail Leonard (b. 
May 21, 1790; d. Mar. 23, 1874); they had 

1. Nathaniel, who went to Spartansburg, Pa. 

2. Thomas, who went to Westfield, N. Y. 

3. John, b. Aug. 25, 1813; m. and reared a family at North 
Creek, and d. July 26, 1872. 

4. Alvin, b. Dec. 11, 1814; m. Mary A. — , and lived and d. 

at North Creek. 

5. George, was a soldier in the Civil War; m. and removed 
to French Creek, N. Y. 

6. Patty, b. June 4, 1820; m. Mr. Humes, at North Creek, 
and had 

(i) Olive; m. George Griswold of Pottersville, N. Y. 

(2) Emeline; m. Mortimer Tyrell. 

(3) Mary Ann. 

(4) Lilly. 

7. Polly, b. 1824. 

ni. Catherine, b. 1785 at Belcher; m. George Liddle, and d. at 
Johnsburg, N. Y., May 29, 1865; they had 

1. Mary. 

2. Olive, m. John Ward, a Baptist minister, and had two 
sons and two daughters. 

3. Rachel, m. Isaac Morehouse and had seven children. 

4. John. 

5. George. 

IV. Isaac, b. Aug. 27, 1787, at Belcher; m. Anne Barton (b. Aug. 
26, 1786; d. Mar. 20, 1864, at Chicago, and bu. at Erie, Pa.), 
July 29, 1810; he d. Aug. 24, 1830, Mt. Clemens, Mich. He 
was in the War of 1812-14, under Capt. Cleveland, and in 
the battle of Plattsburg. They lived in Troy, N. Y., and had 



106 John Gary 

1. Harvey, b. July ii, 1811; m. Jane Russell, and had 
(i) Isaac. 

(2) Anne Jane. 

(3) Edward. 

(4) Eliza. 

(5) Ella. 

(6) Harvey. 

(7) Warren. 

(8) Albert. 

(9) Clara. 
(10) Ida. 
(xi) John. 
(12) Alice. 

Five of these sons became railway men and attained 
distinction. 

2. Phebe, b. June 8, 1813; m. Mr. Rice, and had George, a 
musician of the Civil War, and d. in the service. 

3. Jane, b. Mar. 22, 181 5; m. Dea. Daniel E. Ambrose, Co. A, 

19th Illinois; d. June, 1886, and she d. Nov., 1893. 

4. James Warren, b. April 24, 1818; lived at Troy and 
Rome, N. Y., where he d. Feb. 15, 1903; m. and had Ella 
J., who m. Arthur Mengel, Sylvan Beach, N. Y., and had 
(i) Warren A. 

(2) Ella M. 

(3) Frank A. 

(4) Arthur. 

(5) Leo S. 

5. Daniel Barton, b. April 23, 1820; m. Elizabeth Schaffer, 
who d. Lake Forest, 111., Dec, 1897; he d. Feb. 21, 1898; 
they had 

(i) Charles. 

(2) Mary Elizabeth. 

(3) Delia, b. Dec, 1849; m. John Bowers, 1871. 

(4) Jane, b. June 11, 1852; d. 1871. 

(5) Martha Washington, b. Feb. 22, 1855; m. Julius 
Knox, Feb. 22, 1872 ; had 

1. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 7, 1873; m. James Matson, Oct. 
12, 1893. 

2. Wilhelmina, b. April 9, 1874; m. Gotlieb M. 
Luedke. 

3. George Edward, b. Dec. 10, 1876; m. Elizabeth 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 107 

Heiple, Nov., 1894, who d. May 12, 1895; m. 2d, 
Ida Wickousin, Feb. i, 1899. 

4. Julius Frederick, b. May 2, 1878; m. Catherine 
Meyer, Sept. 19, 1907. 

5. William C, b. Dec. 18, 1880; d. in infancy. 

6. Alexander Daniel, b. Nov. 20, 1881 ; m. Katherine 
Wagstaff, April 3, 1906. 

7. Martha Francis, b. Sept. 20, 1883; m. Henry 
Sherer, Feb. 22, 1903. 

8. Eva Irene, b. Feb. n, 1889; m. Albert Boelke, 
June 19, 1907. 

9. Clarence Harvey, b. Feb. 9, 1891. 

10. Crystal Delia, b. Feb. 9, 1891. 

11. Dorothy Amelie, b. May 31, 1897. 

(6) Jesse, b. Jan., 1856; d. in infancy. 

(7) Alice, b. Mar. 21, 1858; m. Andrew SchafTer, Oct., 
1873, and had 

1. Charles, b. Nov. 16, 1874; m. Gertrude McCormick, 
May, 1892. 

2. Sylvester, b. 1876; d. in infancy. 

3. Alice, b. Oct., 1879; m. John Vaughn, 1896. 
The mother d. Oct. 18, 1881. 

(8) Daniel Isaac, b. Dec. 21, i860, Troy, N. Y.; m. Wil- 
helmena Weinburg, June, 1888, and had several chil- 
dren. 

(9) Harvey, b. Feb. 14, 1862; m. Laura — , 1890, Mexico, 
Tex. 

(10) Warren, b. Feb. 14, 1862; d. 1871. 

(11) Carl, b. April 7, 1868; m. Ella Arnold, 1891, Waco, 
Tex. 

6. Clarissa Olive, b. May 22, 1824, Troy, N. Y. ; m. Alex. 
Adolph Bilinski, Feb. 4, 1857. Count Bilinski was b. in 
the village of Borsuki, near Balta, Province of Podalia, 
Poland, Jan. i, 1814. He took part in the Polish Revo- 
lution of 1830-32, was taken prisoner, and after many 
months' confinement in an Austrian prison, was given 
the choice of death, or exile to Siberia or America. Choos- 
ing the latter, he landed in New York in 1833. In 1834 
he entered the military service of the United States at 
the Arsenal at West Troy, N. Y., rising to the rank of 
Orderly Sergeant ; was often detailed to work that re- 



108 John Gary 

quired bravery, and performed the same with honor. Re- 
signed in 1840, and removed to Waukegan, 111. ; in 1849 
made the oVerland trip to California; returned two 
years later and settled at Diamond Lake, 111., where he 
lived till his death, Aug. 13, 1886. They had 
(i) Jennie Clara, b. May 28, 1858; m. ist, John A. Singer, 

Nov. I, 1876; m. 2d, Clair D. Vallette, April 14, 1885; 

they had 

1. Jean Etta, b. Feb. i, 1878. 

2. Merritt Alexander, b. Jan. 19, 1880; m. Lillian M. 
Arentz, Aug. 25, 1901, and had 

(i) Jean Eleanor, b. June 6, 1902. 
(2) Annah Olive, b. Dec. 25, 1859; m. George N. Gridley, 
Sept. 27, 1883 ; had 

1. Maud, b. Oct. 6, 1886. 

2. Amy Belle, b. Sept. 21, 1888. 

V. Olive, b. April 29, 1789; m. Simon Barton, moving to Moriah, 
N. Y., about 1820; she was a home-loving, industrious, and 
amiable character, coupled with great good sense and sound 
judgment, dying July 22, 1867; he was b. at Dudley, Mass., 
Oct. 30, 1782 (Timothy Stow 4, Timothy 3, Joshua 2, Samuel 
i), and d. Sept. 23, 1877; they had 

1. William Adams, b. Bennington, Vt., June 11, 1808, and 
d. at Crown Point, N. Y., Jan., 1897; m. Electa Taylor 
and had eight children. 

2. Susanna, b. July 13, 1810; d. Aug. 10, 1892; m. Benjamin 
Beere, 1826; had 

(i) Jane, b. 1828; d. in infancy. 

(2) Rosella, b. 1830; d. in infancy. 

(3) George W., b. 1832; in Co. H, 34th N. Y., in Civil 
War; d. 1864, Red Bluff, Cal. 

(4) Lyman A., b. 1834; d. 1899. 

(5) Olive C, b. 1836; m. John Dolph; live in Iowa. 

(6) Byron, b. 1838; d. 1852. 

(7) Caroline, b. 1840; d. in infancy. 

(8) Horace, b. 1842; d. 1869. 

(9) Eliza D., b. 1846; m. Robert Scott, 1874; live in Iowa. 

(10) Harriet, b. 1848; d. 1862. 

(11) Benjamin F. B., b. 1850; m. Ada Randall; live at 
Port Henry, N. Y. 

(12) Abbie, b. 1851 ; m. Edgar Lewis, 1880; live in Iowa. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 109 

(13) Seth, b. 1853, Chimney Point, Vt. 
Lyman, M. D., b. Sept. 19, 1812, Belcher, N. Y.; d. Oct. 
20, 1899; m. Minerva Lake Akin, Dec. 31, 1840, and had 
(i) Elizabeth M. 

(2) Abbie Olive. 

(3) Ellen. 

(4) Susannah Chase, b. Nov. 28, 1848; grad. Vassar, 1875; 
m. Georg-e A. Perry (b. Richmondville, N. Y., June 2, 
1845; grad. Wesleyan University, 1874; enlisted in 
the 91st N. Y., and served in Virginia in the closing 
Campaign of the Civil War; a Teacher of Greek in 
New York City), July 22, 1875, and had 

1. Ralph Barton, b. Poultney, Vt., July 3, 1876; 
grad. Princeton, 1896; Professor of Philosophy at 
Harvard; m. Rachel Berenson, Aug. 15, 1905, and 
had 

(i) Ralph Barton, b. Sept. 29, 1906. 
(2) Bernard B., b. Dec. 16, 1910. 

2. Edward De Wolf, b. Portland, Me., Oct. 2, 1880. 

(5) Sarah Stower. 

(6) Lyman Guy, M. D., v^^ho is a physician at Willsboro, 
N. Y. 

. Elmira, b. July 27, 1816; d. 1843; "i- Harrison McGinnis, 
and their son was killed at Gettysburg. 

,. Olive, b. Feb. 9, 1819; d. 1895; m. Powell C. Helms (b. 
July 22, 1816; d. July 12, 1889), Sept. 4, 1838, and had 
(i) Caroline, b. Mar. 23, 1840; m. Theodore P. Fifield, 
Jan. I, i860, and had 

1. Walter. 

2. Lester. 

3. Howard. 

4. Lottie. 

5. Loren. 

6. Maud. 

7. Helen. 

8. Jessie. 

(2) Selina, b. Dec. 8, 1841 ; m. Leander Case, Aug. 15, 
i860, and had 

I. Electa, m. Albert Hair, who was killed; had 
(i) Leon. 

(2) Carrie. 

(3) Kenneth. 



110 John Gary 

2. Charles, m. Frances Williams. 

3. Carrie, m. John Wilcox. 

(3) Selinda, b. April 16, 1844; d. in infancy. 

(4) Jane A., b. Sept. 30, 1846; m. Zachariah S. Brewster, 
Nov. 22, 1873 ; m. 2d, Richard H. Emery, and had 

I. Katie, m. Edgar A. Aller. 

(5) Charles, b. Dec. 20, 1848; m. Henrietta Arnold, and 
had 

1. Dora, m. Ralph Silliman. 

2. George, m. Maggie Wilson. 

3. Stellie, m. Ollie Wood. 

4. William. 

(6) Barton, b. Oct. 26, 1850; d. 1881 ; m. Julia Case, who 
d. 1873. 

(7) Simon Earl, b. Jan. 10, 1853; m. Nora Meyers; m. 
2d, Carrie Case; they had 

1. Gertrude. 

2. Florence. 

3. Laura. 

(8) Lester H., b. July 23, 1857; m. ist, Mary Allendorf; 
m. 2d, Rose Arnold. 

(9) Leslie, b. July 23, 1857; m. Rena Keeler, and had 
I. Olive. 

6. Mary Ann, b. June 14, 1821 ; m. Charles B. Morhous, 
Oct. 7, 1840. 

7. Phebe, b. Jan. 25, 1824; m. John Moon, April 12, 1846. 

8. Albert, b. Aug. 10, 1826; d. 1896; m. Lydia Peck. 

VI. Mary, usually known as "Aunt Molly," b. 1791 ; never mar- 
ried; was an invalid, lived with her brother John on the old 
farm ; d. July 18, 1849. An earnest student of the Bible. 
VIL John, b. Sept. 2, 1793. Sec. 105-A. 
VIIL George, b. 1799, at Belcher, and d. Castile, N. Y., 1844; was a 
school teacher and something of a musician ; m. Adaline Bur- 
lingham, who d. 1866; they had 

1. Benjamin, b. 1828; d. Oct. 18, 1909; in his early life he 
rafted on the head waters of the Ohio and the Mississippi; 
m. Miss Marks, who d. 1907; settled at Galesburg, 111., 
and had 

(i) Adaline, b. 1865. 

(2) William Norman, who d. at fifteen. 

2. John, b. 1830; m. Mary A. Fish, Feb. 22, 1855; lived on 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 111 

the old farm at Castile, N. Y., and d. Dec. 23, 1906. The 
two brothers, aged seventy-eight and seventy-six, visited 
friends in Boston in 1905, to the great pleasure of all. The 
children of John were 
(i) Addie B., who m. Thomas H. Sutherland, Feb. 5, 1880; 

she d. April 24, 1897, and he d. June 30, following; 

they had 

1. Frank. 

2. Harry J. 

(2) Alice M., m. William Burridge, Dec. 30, 1886. 

(3) Ida F., m. H. W. Allen, Rockford, 111. 

SECTION 61. 

Joseph Gary, son of Benjamin, Sec. 26, b. Bristol, 1736; when a 
child removed with family to Providence, R. I.; m. ist, Ruth Carew, 
1763, who d. June 24, 1769; m. 2d, Zeruah Hutchins, Jan. 8, 1772, 
Killingly, Ct. ; he removed to Plainfield, Ct., and afterward to Rich- 
field, Otsego county, N. Y., where he d. 1818, and his widow in 1828. 
Children : 

I. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 28, 1764; m. Mr. Hicks, Providence, R. I. 
II. Samuel, b. Aug. 18, 1766. Sec. 106. 

III. Ruth, b. June 13, 1769. 

IV. Joseph, b. Aug. 18, 1773. Sec. 107. 
V. Kezia, b. July 31, 1775; d. in youth. 

VI. Darius H., b. Mar. 24, 1777. Sec. 108. 
VII. William, b. April 12, 1778. Sec. 109. 
VIII. Naba, b. April 9, 1782; d. 1813, Plainfield, Ct. 
IX. Ezra, b. Aug. 25, 1785. Sec. 110. 

X. Augustus, b. Feb. 2, 1788; d. without issue, 1857, Middlefield, 
New York. 

SECTION 62. 

Dr. Ebenezer Cary, son of Dea. Benjamin, Sec. 26, b. Providence, 
R. I., 1745; educated at Brown University, and became an eminent 
Physician; m. 1st, Mary Bentley, Oct. 9, 1766, and removed to Beek- 
man, Dutchess County, N. Y. ; m. 2d, Delight Champlin, Nov. 30, 1777. 
He was talented and of great professional skill, and represented his 
County in the Legislature in 1781 and 1784, and d. 1815. 
Children : 

I. Hepzibah, b. Jan. 9, 1767; m. John Smith, of Saratoga County, 
New York. 



112 John Gary 

II. Lydia, b. Aug. 27, 1768; m. Rufus Sweet, Beekman, N. Y. 

III. William, b. Nov. 22, 1769. Sec. iii. 

IV. Taylor, b. Mar. 3, 1778. Sec. 112. 
V. Lucius, b. Dec. 27, 1775; d. in infancy. 

VI. Matilda; m. William Aikin, Grenbush, N. Y. 
VII. Cynthia, b. Nov. 17, 1780; m. Joseph Arnold. 
VIII. Delight, b. July 5, 1783; d. in childhood. 
IX. Sophia, b. June 16, 1784; d. in infancy. 
X. Maria, b. Oct. 20, 1787; m. Israel Cook. 
XI. Egbert, b. April 12, 1789. Sec. 113. 

XII. Helen, b. April 27, 1792; m. Silas German, Poughkeepsie, 
New York. 

XIII. Sturges, b. July 25, 1794. Sec. 114. 

XIV. James Rogers, b. Feb. i, 1798. 

SECTION 63. 

Nathan Gary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 29, b. Dutchess County, N. Y., 
1755 ; he was six feet in height, and of a muscular and powerful build ; 
was an early emigrant with his father and brothers to the wilderness 
of Pennsylvania in 1772; was in the Revolutionary War, and in the 
memorable battle of Wyoming, but miraculously escaped without in- 
jury. He m. Jane Mann, July 11, 1782, and settled in Hanover Town- 
ship in the Wyoming Valley; in 1769 removed to the headwaters of 
the Canisteo River, now known as Arkport, Stuben County, N. Y., 
where he purchased a farm covered with a heavy growth of timber, 
and here made a beautiful home, where he d. in 1835. 
Children : 

I. Johnson, b. Mar. 5, 1783. Sec. 115. 
II. Eleazer, b. July 8, 1786. Sec. 116. 

III. Adam, b. Jan. i. 1789; d. unm., 1825, Natchez, Miss. 

IV. William, b. Feb. 8, 1791. Sec. 117. 

V. Christopher, b. June 20, 1794. Sec. 118. 

SECTION 63-A. 

John Cary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 29, b. Bond's Bridge, Dutchess 
Co., N. Y., May 7, 1756. Went with his father to the Wyoming Valley, 
Pa., in 1769; and in 1772 with the family and made it their permanent 
home. When 18 years of age, and the settlers being in great need of 
food, he volunteered and went with a body of men over the mountains 
on foot in mid-winter to the Delaware River for flour; they had to 



The Plymouth Pilg;rim 113 

cross the streams by first breaking the ice, stripping and wading 
through ; the load assigned to the lad was 75 pounds. 

He enlisted under Capt. Durkee in the Wyoming Company, and 
served with distinction through the Revolution. Was with Wash- 
ington at Valley Forge. Late in 1776 the Wyoming Companies were 
ordered to join Washington in New Jersey with all expedition, and 
were with him in all his active operations until the summer of 1778. 
But the danger at Wyoming was so great that these Companies were 
ordered to the relief of the people in the Valley, but they were too 
late to reach the scene of action ; but the Officers of the Company 
secured horses, and by rapid riding all night reached the Valley, and 
being served a hasty lunch by Mrs. Meyers, went into action, and 
were all killed before sunset ! 

By the exigencies of the service the two Wyoming Companies 
were reduced to one; after reaching the Valley, they remained there 
till Sullivan's Expedition was ordered to proceed against the Western 
Indians. The)' accompanied it, and after its return were ordered to 
join Washington, and remained with him till the close of the War. 

John Cary was called the Samson of his Company, and it was 
claimed by those who knew him intimately that he resembled Wash- 
ington. He was nursed through a sickness caused by these hard- 
ships by Mrs. Susanna (Mann) Green, and afterwards married her, 
and she became the mother of all his children; she d. in 1815, and he 
m. Mrs. Priscilla Chrisman, who d. in 1843, ^"d was buried in the 
Hanover Burying Ground. He soon took to his bed and d. Sept. 15, 
1844, and was buried in the Market Street Burial Ground with Mili- 
tary honors. 
Children : 

I. John, b. 1783; d. Dec. 28, 1808; m. Katherine Vandermark, 
Feb. 10, 1802; had 

1. Eleazer, d. early. 

2. Miner, d. early. 

3. Susan, m. Mr. Laird; moved to Ohio, thence to Michigan, 
later to Kansas. 

4. Esther, m. Mr. Jervis ; moved to Ohio. 
3. Hannah, b. Dec. 20, 1808. Sec. 63-E. 

H. Hannah, m. Nathan Barney; moved to Illinois. 

III. Susanna, m. George Gore, son of Capt. Daniel Gore; moved 
to State of New York, and later to Fulton Co., 111., where she 
d. June 8, 1856. 

IV. Elizabeth, m. Henry Tillbury ; moved to Illinois. 



114 



John Cary 



SECTION 63-B. 

Samuel Cary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 29. b. Bond's Bridge, Dutchess 
County, N. Y., 1759; went with the family to Wyoming Valley, Pa., 
where he enlisted in Capt. Bidlack's Co., and was taken prisoner by 
the Indians at the Massacre, July 3, 1778. His life was spared on ac- 
count of his bravery, and he was adopted by the Chief, whose son was 
killed in the battle, and was given the name of Coconeunquo. He was 
taken to Canada and remained there four years ; falling sick on account 
of great hardships and an almost entire lack of food, he was set on a 
stump to be shot, when an old squaw bought him and nursed him 
back to life, and also aided him to escape; he was captured by the 
English and kept a prisoner till the close of the war. He reached 
home June 29, 1784, where for six long years he had been mourned as 
dead. He m. Rosanna (Cary) Bennett, his cousin (b. Aug. 22, 1755; 
d. Sept. 17, 1822), in 1786; m. 2d, Theressa (Gore) Clark, dan. of 
Capt. Daniel Gore, and widow of Aaron Clark; he d. 1843. 
Children : 

I. Charity, b. May 20, 1787; m. James Purdy ; d. 1875. 
n. John, b. Mar. i, 1790; m. Lois Williams; d. 1856. 
HI. Samuel, b. April 23, 1792; m. Anna Pickett; d. 1882. 
IV. George, b. July 10, 1793; m. Anna Downing, Jan. 2, 1820, and 
had 

Manson ; m. Abbie Colman. 

Edmund; m. ist, Phebe Harned ; m. 2d, Elmira Cams. 

3. Delilah. 

4. Rosanna. 

5. Freeman H. 

6. Sarepta. 
Bateman Downing, b. April 22, 1831 ; served with honor 
in the Civil War; m. Mary E. Dodder (b. April 7, 1839; d. 
June 6, 1908), July 6, 1856, and had 
(i) Martha M., b. Sept. 26, 1858. 

(2) Charles H., b. Oct. 9, 1859; m. Mary Loop. 

(3) Lanah D., b. Oct. 10, 1861. 

(4) Rosanna S., b. Oct. 15, 1863; m. John Martin. 

(5) Alfred E., b. Aug. 2-]. 1866; m. Miss Loveland. 

(6) Edwin E., b. April 27, 1872 ; m. Laura Morgan. 

(7) Ellen, b. April 27, 1872; m. Earnest Evans. 

(8) Ira D., b. Dec. 14, 1874. 

(9) Ezra A., b. 1876; d. in infancy. 
(10) Downing B., b. 1876; d. in infancy. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 115 

8. Laura. 

V. William, b. Dec. 27, 1795 ; m. Searle ; d. April 8, 1871. 

VI. Nathan, b. Oct. i. 1797; d. April 18, 1872. 
VII. Sarah, b. Oct. i, 1797; m. Moses Williams; d. May 24, 1888. 
VIII. Francis, b. Mar. 14, 1800; d. 1858. 

IX. Laura, b. July, 1801 ; m. Martin Downing, of Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa.; d. 1887; had 

1. Bradley, b. Sept. 2, 1824; m. Jane M. Baker, Sept., i860; 
lived at W'est Pittston nearly 50 years, where he d. 1896; 
they had 

(i) Edwin Martin, b. July 12, 1864; m. Kathryn Polen, 
Falls, Pa., Sept. 10, 1885, and had 

1. Grace, b. Aug. 18, 1886; m. Henry Warren Frey, 
York, Pa., Aug. 4, 1908, and had Henry W., b. 
May 24, 1909. 

2. Frances, b. Sept. 25, 1889. 

3. Wilson, b. 1893. 

4. Bradley Gary, b. 1897. 

(2) Jessie, b. Mar. 28, 1867 ; m. G. F. Watrous, Jr., Forty 
Fort, Pa., Sept. 13, 1894, and had 

1. Helen Stuart, b. Feb. 24, 1896. 

2. Margaret Gary, b. Dec. 18, 1898. 

3. Elizabeth, b. April 15, 1901. 

4. Richard Edwin, b. Oct. 9, 1902. 

(3) Norman, b. Dec. 22, 1868; m. Kate Reading, Trenton, 
N. J., 1890, who d. 1898; m. 2d, Lillian Van Ness, 
Trenton, N. J., at Hartford, Gt. ; had 

I. Marjorie, b. Oct. 11, 1894. 

(4) Louis L., b. Sept. 22, 1870; m. Maud Robinson, Sayre, 
Pa., Jan. 1896, and had 

1. Janet, b. Jan. 5, 1900. 

2. John Gary, b. Oct. 6, 1902. 

3. Garolyn, b. May 27, 1910. 

(5) John T., b. Nov. 29, 1872; m. Juniatta Keefer, Scran- 
ton, June 4, 1901. 

2. Lemyra. 

3. Olive. 

4. Martin. 

5. Rosanna. 



116 John Gary 

SECTION 63-C. 
Benjamin Gary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 29, b. Bond's Bridge, N. Y., 
1763; went with the family to Wyoming Valley; was too young to be 
a soldier, but did guard duty at the Wilkes-Barre Fort during the Mas- 
sacre. He m. Mercy, dau. of John Abbott; he was a very religious 
man, a good singer, was very hospitable, and entertained much com- 
pany; was Commissioner of Luzerne County, 1813-16, and d. pos- 
sessed of much coal property where the Sugar Notch Breaker now 
stands. 

Children : 

I. Nathan, b. at Hanover, 1793; m. Sally Ann Allen; he was a 
teacher in the public and also singing schools; in 1845 ^H the 
family went West, except Elias; they had 
• I. Selesta; m. John Sliker, who was killed in the Mexican 
War. 
2. Elias, b. April 6, 1819; a carpenter, active in municipal af- 
fairs, and blind for many years ; m. Sally Ann Patterson, 
and had 
(i) Ebenezer; m. Harriet Shafer, and had 

1. Jennie; m. John Wharren. 

2. Anna; m. Andrew Husted. 

3. Kate; m. J. H. Jones. 

4. Milton ; m. Gertrude Fulton. 

5. Emma; m. Stewart Dunlop. 

6. Gussie; d. 3'oung. 

7. Charles ; m. Kate Hoyez. 

8. James V. ; m. Crissie Simons ; he is a locomotive 
engineer, and the President of the Wyoming and 
Lackawanna Branch of The John Gary Descend- 
ants, and lives at Scranton ; they have 

(i) James. 

(2) Eleazer, who is Agent for a Tea Company. 

(3) Helen G. 

(4) Arthur; d. in childhood. 

(5) Stella. 

(6) Alice. 

9. Harry; m. Agne.s Dean; killed in railway acci- 
dent, 1907. 

10. Estella ; m. Andrew Williamson, who died. 

11. Elias; m. Bessie Nichols, and had Dorothy. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 117 

3. David ; m. Sarah Southwick. 

4. Waters. 

5. Nathan. 

6. Byron; m. Martha Grubb. 

7. Sarah Ann. 

8. Katharine. 

9. Amanda. 
10. Burton. 

II. Nancy; m. Elijah Adams, and went West. 

III. Rachel; m. Sira Landing, and went West. 

IV. Elias; m. Letitia Smiley. 

V. Sarah, b. 1797; m. Bateman Downing, lived in Wisconsin. 
VI. Esther; m. Darius Waters. 
VII. Martha; m. Peter Mensch. 
VIII. Benjamin; m. Jane Smiley. 
IX. Celesta; m. Harvey Holcomb. 
X. John Abbott, b. 1808. Sec. 118-A. 

SECTION 63-D. 

Comfort Gary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 29, b. probably at Bond's 
Bridge, N. Y., 1763; went to Wyoming Valley with his father in 1772; 
too young to be in the battle, he did duty at the Wilkes-Barre Fort, 
during the Massacre; m. Huldah, dau. of Phillip Weeks; Mr. Weeks', 
his son, and four other members of the family were in the Massacre, 
and all were killed. Mr. Gary was a Local Minister of the Methodist 
Episcopal Ghurch, had a melodious voice, and great power over the 
people, and was a founder of the First Ghurch of Wilkes-Barre; he 
lived at Sugar Notch, now Ashley, Pa., and d. Aug. 30, 1838. 

Children : 

I. John, b. Sept. 13, 1795; d. 1877; m. Hannah Dickson. 
II. Benjamin; m. Katy Askum. 

III. Daniel; m. Lovina Dilley. 

IV. Lucy ; m. Erastus Goswell. 
V. Lydia; m. Jacob Worthing. 

SECTION 63-E. 
Hannah Gary, daughter of John, Sec. 63-A-I, b. Garytown, Pa., 
now Gary Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Dec. 20, 1808; d. Dec. 3, 1888; m. 
Ebenezer Marble, 1830. The Marbles and Carys were of good New 



118 John Gary 

England stock, were moral and religious, most of them being Meth- 
odists. 

Children : 

I. Theodore, b. Aug. lo, 1831 ; d. Nov. 15, 1833. 

II. John Miner Cary, b. July 27, 1833. 

John Miner Cary Marble, noted above, having lost his father in 
infancy, with the mother made their home with his great-grandfather, 
John Cary of Carytown, who d. in 1844; for about two years after 
this he made his home in Wilkes-Barre, most of the time in school 
at the Academy and the Kingston Seminary. Late in the autumn of 
1846, with his mother he went to Ohio, and soon entered into business, 
part of the time as clerk, and afterward as partner in several concerns. 
Soon after the passage of the National Bank Act, he established the 
First National Bank of Delphos, O. ; later he came into control of 
the First National Bank of Van Wert, and the Van Wert National 
Bank. He also built up from nothing and managed a railway system 
of 346 miles in length. 

He was Colonel of the Allen County Regiment of the Ohio Na- 
tional Guard, afterwards mustered into the United States service as 
the 151st U. S. I., the principal service being in the defence of Wash- 
ington, as noted in the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, 
Series i, Vol. n. Part 2. 

The health of his family demanding a change of climate, he re- 
moved to California in 1888, where he established and controlled 
The National Bank of California, until he retired after a business 
career of more than fifty years. All these Banks are still in existence, 
having successfully withstood every linancial storm. His home is at 
Los Angeles. 

He m. 1st, Lizzie, dau. of Dr. Guilford D. and Myrilla (Skinner) 
Colman of Lebanon, O., i860, who d. 1865; m. 2d, Elizabeth, dau. of 
Dr. Charles and Margaret (Bayman) Emerson, May 5, 1870. 
Children : 

I. Guilford Lionel, b. 1862; d. Nov. 22, 1902; m. ist, Nora, dau. 
of Gen. Sherwood; m. 2d, Cora May De Puy, and had 

1. John McKinley. 

2. William Baird, b. Feb. 4, 1901. 

II. John Emerson, m. Miriam Maclaren, July 27, 1901, and had 

1. John Maclaren. 

2. Miriam. 

III. Elizabeth Dana, b. 1874; for some years a Missionary in India. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 119 

IV. William, b. 1879; m. Jean Dickinson, 1906, at Brookline, 
Mass., and had 

1. William Gary, b. 1908. 

2. Fayette Dickinson. 

SECTION 64. 
Ezra Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 30, b. Morris County, N. J., 1735 ; m. 
Lydia Thompson, and removed to Western Pennsylvania, 1777; thence 
with the first settlers to Marietta, O., and then to Shelby County, 
where he d. 1828. 
Children : 

I. Phebe, b. 1771 ; m. Mr. Harris; d. in Coshocton County, Ohio. 
II. Rufus, b. 1773; m. and had a large family, living to old age; 
his son John lived in Putnam County, O. 

III. Cephas, b. 1775. Sec. 119. 

IV. Ephraim, b. about 1777, and lived in Indiana. 
V. Absolom, b. about 1782, and d. young. 

VI. Elias, b. about 1786, and lived in La Salle County, 111. 
VII. George, b. 1795. Sec. 120. 

SECTION 65. 
Ezra Cary, son of Zechariah, Sec. 31, b. Bridgewater, April 7, 
1749; m. Cynthia Brett, Stoughton, Mass.; after the birth of two chil- 
dren they removed to Turner, Me. ; his wife d. and he m. 2d, Cynthia 
Tolman, about 1776; he was a highly respected Farmer. 
Children : 

I. Thomas, b. 1771. Sec. 121. 
II. Zachary, b. 1773. Sec. 122. 

III. Cynthia, b. 1775; d. in infancy. 

IV. Luther, b. 1777; d. i860. 

V. Susanna, b. 1779; m. Mr. Dresser, Turner, Me. 
VI. Ezra, b. 1782. Sec. 123. 
VII. Daniel, b. 1785. 
VIII. Cynthia, b. 1788; m. Mr. Newhall, Turner, Me. 
IX. John Shepherd, b. 1790. Sec. 124. 
X. Bethuel, b. 1793. Sec. 125. 
XI. Tolman, b. 1796. 

SECTION 66. 
Maj. Daniel Cary, son of Zachariah, Sec. 31, b. Bridgewater, June 
II, 1758; m. Mehitabel, dau. of Simeon Brett, and about 1800 removed 
to Turner, Me. 



120 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Zebiah, b. July 31, 1779; m. Capt. Roger Sumner, 1801. 
II. Eunice, b. Sept. 10, 1781 ; m. Grenfell Blake, 1804, Turner, 
Me. Sec. 126-A. 

III. Olive, b. April 18, 1783; m. Apollas Howard, 1802. 

IV. Francis, b. May 5, 1785. Sec. 126. 

V. James, b. Aug. 28, 1787; d. in infancy. 
VI. John, b. Aug. 28, 1787 ; d. in infancy. 
VII. Zachary, b. April i, 1791 ; d. in youth. 
VIII. Daniel, b. Sept. 3, 1793; d. in childhood. 
IX. Avey, b. Feb. 15, 1795; m. Dr. W. B. Bradford, July 5, 1855, 
Auburn, Me. 

SECTION 67. 

Dr. Luther Gary, son of Zechariah, Sec. 31, b. Bridgewater, 1761 ; 
m. Abigail, dau. of Benjamin and Deliverance King, of Raynham, 
Mass., and removed to Oxford Co., Me., 1798; was a Physician, studied 
with James Freeland, Sutton, Mass., a man of distinction, and for 
many years a Judge; d. July 13, 1848, his wife having d. May 30, 1837. 
Children: 

I. Cassander, b. 1782. Sec. 127. 
II. William, b. Mar. 14, 1784. Sec. 128. 

III. Sophia, b. Nov. 17, 1785. Sec. 128-A. 

IV. Anselm, b. June 8, 1787. Sec. 129. 

V. Emmelia, b. Mar. 13, 1789. Sec. 129-A. 
VI. Alanson, b. Dec. 23, 1790. Sec. 130. 
VII. Hugh, b. Oct. 17, 1792. Sec. 131. 
VIII. Maurice, b. Nov. 15, 1795. Sec. 132. 
IX. Harrison, b. 1797; d. in infancy. 
X. Clara, b. Oct., 1799; m. Rev. J. P. Richardson, and d. 1831, 

leaving three children. 
XL Luther, b. 1801 ; d. in infancy. 
XII. Nabby, b. ib'03; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 68. 
Ephraim Cary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 32, b. Bridgewater, 1748; m. 
Jane, dau. of John Holman, 1771 ; had a large family and removed to 
Minot, Me., where he d. 1828. 
Children : 

I. Jane, b. 1773; m. Zenas Keith, 1792. 
II. Salome, b. 1774; m. R. Kingsley, 1794. 



' The Plymouth Pilgrim 121 

III. Cyrus, b. 1777; m. Nabby Keith, 1802, and went West. 

IV. William H., b. May 12, 1779. Sec. 133. 
V. Ephraim, b. 1782. Sec. 134. 

VI. Shepard, b. 1784; d. in infancy at Dorchester, Mass. 
VII. Susanna, b. 1787; m. John Eaton, 1812, Dorchester, Mass. 
VIII. Francis, b. 1789; m. Harriet Hayward, 1816, East Bridge- 
water, Mass. 
IX. Jason, b. 1791 ; d. in infancy. 
X. Asenath, b. 1793; went to Minot, Me.; d. unm. 
XL Harmony, b. 1796; m. James Watson, 1821. 

SECTION 69. 

Lewis Gary, son of Daniel, Sec. 33, b. Morris County, N. J., Oct. 
23, 1742; lived on the paternal estate, and in 1777 bought 200 acres of 
land near Drakesville, where he d. Sept. 27, 1817. He m. Isabel Car- 
son (b. Jan. 14, 1757; d. May 30, 1840). 

Children : 

I. Daniel, b. 1770; d. in infancy. 
II. Jacob, b. July 7, 1772; d. unm. 1823. 

III. Jane, b. July 14, 1775 ; m. Mr. Drake, and d. 1854 at Princeton, 
Illinois. 

IV. Joseph, b. Oct. 7, 1777. Sec. 135. 

V. Sally, b. Dec. 4, 1779; m. Mr. Rhoades, and d. Feb. 8, 1806, 

Sussex County, N. J. 

VI. Abel, b. June 13, 1781. Sec. 136. 

VII. Lewis, b. Oct. 19, 1783. Sec. 137. 

VIII. Aaron, b. Sept. 26, 1785. Sec. 138. 

IX. John, b. Mar. 7, 1788. Sec. 139. 

X. Ezra, b. Nov. 29, 1789; d. 1844; m. and had Lewis E., who d. 

unm. 1846. 
XL Daniel, b. May 29, 1791. Sec. 140. 

XII. Martha, b. May 24, 1793; m. Mr. Gale and lived in Indiana; 
d. 1881. 

XIII. Nancy, b. Aug. 26, 1795; m. ist, Mr. McCauley; m. 2d, Mr. 
Mitchell, Richland Co., O. 

XIV. Lurany, b. Nov. 23, 1796; m. Mr. Merriam, Wyandotte Co., O. 
XV. George L., b. June 30, 1799. Sec. 141. 

XVI. Ann Eliza, b. Oct. 3, 1801 ; m. D. P. Merchant, Morris Co., 
N. J., who d. Mar. 30, 1880; she d. Jan. 11, 1884. 



122 John Gary 

SECTION 69-A. 

Seth Cary, son of Ichabod, Sec. 34, b. Bridgewater, 1747; m. and 
lived in Putney, Vt. ; he was a Bible student, but does not seem to have 
united with any church ; was by trade a Tanner, and he and his wife 
were buried in the little cemetery adjoining the farm of Mrs. M. M. 
Bacon. Mr. Edward M. Cary, Red Oak, la., gives the following facts: 
He was in Vermont with his family for a vacation, and as he went into 
the country store an elderly man said to him, "You are a Cary." 
When asked how he knew, he said that he had their hair and make-up. 
He then told a story that his father had told him about a Dea. Cary, 
of Townsend. The old Deacon had a cart, the wheels of which made 
a great creaking and frightened horses. A neighbor had a spirited 
horse that was terrified at the sight of the old cart. One night when 
this horseman was out, this man and another took the old cart and put 
it into the driveway; when the man returned the horse would not go 
in, and he said it must be the cart, which he found to be true. This 
man further said that a Cary girl married William Bacon, of Putney, 
and on writing to him a letter was received from his widow, as he had 
been dead for twenty years; and from the facts she gave him, and what 
he found in "Cary Memorials," he was enabled to trace his family line. 
Children : 

I. Seth, b. Mar. 17, 1775, Putney, Vt. Sec. 141-A. 
H. George, Rochester, Vt. 
HL Zenas ; was a Physician, and for many years lived in Troy, 

N. Y., where he was burned to death in his own house. 
IV. Zebulon, Haverhill, N. H. 

V. Thomas G., b. Sept. 23, 1784; m. Abi Harris; was a Tanner, 
lived at Chesterfield, N. H., and d. at Claremont, Feb. 22, 
1862 ; they had 

1. Abia H., b. Sept. 12, 1788; d. 1868. 

2. Zenas W., b. April 23, 1810; d. 1832. 

3. Charles W., b. Feb. 2, 1813; m. Luthera M. Leet, and lived 
at Charlestown and Claremont, N. H. ; d. 1862; they had 
(i) Edward M., b. Oct. 5, 1843, at Haverhill, N. H., now a 

merchant at Red Oak, la. ; m. Lucy Ann Clark, of 
Williston. N. H., and their son, Charles E., m. Carrie 
E. Gilman, and have one daughter; he is a merchant, 
Glenwood, la. 

(2) Dora E. ; m. Mr. Stone, Indianapolis, Ind. 

(3) Sarah E. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 123 

4. Mary A., b. July 8, 1815. 

5. Julia A., b. Sept. 29. 1819. 

6. Sophia Cornelia, b. Sept. 6, 1822; m. Dr. Edward C. Dyer, 
Spencer, Mass., and had 

(i) Carolyn E. ; m. William Edward Cooper, New York 

City. 
(2) Sarah Worcester; m. Eddy W. Prouty, Spencer, Mass. 

She d. Oct. 6, 1909, a noble woman. 

7. Emily A., b. July 30, 1824; m. Dr. Silas Allen Sabine, 
Claremont, N. H., and had 

(i) Grace Isabel, Claremont. N. H. 

8. Charlotte H., b. Sept. 20, 1826; m. and had dau., Mrs. 
James O'Neil, Lawrence, Mass. 

9. Sarah E., b. Mar. 17, 1834. 

VI. Joseph ; removed to Michigan, where he died. 
VII. Lydia; m. Ebenezer Perry, and lived and d. in Putney, Vt. 
VIII. Harry; was Deacon of the Church at Townsend, Vt., where 
he lived and died. 

SECTION 70. 

Aaron Gary, son of Ichabod, Sec. 34, b. Bridgewater, April 6, 
1751 ; removed to Colrain, Mass.; m. Jemima Atwood, of Middleboro, 
Mass., May 31, 1781 ; d. on Catamount Hill, Colrain, Sept. 30, 1830, 
and his widow d. Feb. 19, 1837, almost 83 years old. 
Children : 

I. Zenas, b. Nov. 26. 1782. Sec. 142. 
II. Susanna, b. June 20, 1783; m. Mr. Burns, and d. in Ohio. 

III. A son, b. Jan. 23, 1785; d. in infancy. 

IV. A son, b. Jan. 23, 1785; d. in infancy. 

V. Hannah, b. Nov. 5, 1787; m. E. Prouty, Heath, Mass. 
VI. Levi, b. May 12, 1790; killed in the battle of Tippecanoe, Ind., 

1811. 
VII. Charlotte, b. Nov. 15, 1797; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 71. 

Capt. Howard Gary, son of Col. Simeon, Sec. 35, b. Bridgewater, 
1760; m. Huldah, dau. of Samuel Packard, 1785; he was Justice of the 
Peace, member of the Constitutional Convention, and the first Repre- 
sentative of North Bridgewater, now the City of Brockton, to the 
Great and General Court of Massachusetts. 



124 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Simeon, b. 1787. Sec. 142-A. 
II. Daniel Howard, b. 1788. Sec. 142-B. 

III. Zenas, b. 1790, and removed to Maine ; m. and had two sons, 
Franklin and Howard, who went to California, and d. there. 

IV. William, b. 1792; m. Miss or Mrs. Alden. 
V. Elbridge, b. 1794; d. in infancy. 

VI. Francis, b. 1796; m. Miss or Mrs. Alden. 
VII. Molly, b. 1798. Sec. 142-C. 
VIII. Rhoda, b. 1800. Sec. 142-D. 
IX. Ziba, b. 1802; d. in youth. 

SECTION 71-A. 

Martha Cary, dau. of Col. Simeon, Sec. 35, b. Bridgewater, 1765; 
m. Benjamin Keith, 1788. 

Children : 

I. Arza; m. Marcia Kingman, and had 

1. Albert, Campello, Mass. 

2. Arza Benjamin ; m. Mary Ann Cary. Sec. 279-A. 
II. Bela; m. Mary Kingman, and had 

I. Ellen Sherman, who m. Jonas Reynolds and had 
(i) Abbie Keith, who m. George W. Higgins. 

(2) Mary Louise. 

(3) Martin E., who m. Lulu M. Sladen. 

III. Ziba; m. ist, Sally Cary; m. 2d, Polly Noyes. 

IV. Polly; m. Franklin Ames. 
V. Jason; m. Susie Smith. 

VI. Charles; m. Mehitabel Perkins, and had 

1. Charles Perkins; m. Mary Keith Williams, and had 

(i) Sarah Williams, who m. Frederic W. Park, and had 
I. Charles Milton. 

2. Anna R. ; m. Theodore Lilley. 

3. Rhoda P. ; m. Barnabas H. Gray. 

4. Sanford; m. Maggie Harvey. 

5. Damaris W. ; m. Vinal Lyon, and had 
(i) Ellis Vinal, who m. and had 

I. Arthur Vinal Lyon, A. M., M. D., Brockton, Mass. 

(2) Martha Ann; m. E. B. Fanning. 

(3) Rev. Granville W. ; m. Sallie Hart. 

(4) Mary W. ; m. Rufus E. Packard. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 125 

(5) Abbie J.; m. Sylvester O. Snyder. 

(6) Chloe Richmond; m. Lysander Franklin Gurney, June 
3, 1866, and had 

1. Frank Lyon, b. July 2, 1867 ; m. Cornelia Churchill, 
1892; Instructor in Bridgewater Normal School. 

2. Merton Studley, b. April 14, 1869; m. Ella G. Pack- 
ard, and have three children ; President Gurney 
Bros. Cor. 

3. Sanford Keith, b. Oct. 30, 1875 ; grad. Boston Uni- 
versity, '97; m. Mabel Crocker and had two chil- 
dren ; Treas. Gurney Bros. Cor. 

The descendants of Col. Simeon Gary and his daughter, Martha, 
are naturally and genealogically descended from the old Puritan stock, 
in their stanch adherence to the rigid principles of their forefathers. 
They are almost without exception adherents of the Congregational 
Church, moral, religious, as well as unusually public spirited, giving 
Ifberally of time and money toward the best interests of the com- 
munity in which they dwell, are filling positions requiring education, 
unusual executive ability, and good judgment; are shrewd, positive, 
and aggressive, but tempered with reason and charity, and are exert- 
ing influence for good in their day and generation. 

Among these descendants of the last three generations we find 
five clergymen, one colporteur, seven Sunday school superintendents, 
seven professors and school teachers who make it their occupation, and 
six others who have taught at some time ; two graduates of Normal 
School, one of West Point, about thirty from High School, one physi- 
cian, one dentist, one senator, one mayor, two aldermen, eight musi- 
cians including choristers, leaders, organists, and trained singers ; two 
postmasters, and other occupations representing tanners, farmers, car- 
penters, grocers, hardware merchants, watchmakers, shoemakers. 
These include thirteen shoe manufacturers, a singular fact being that 
their names are all Keith. 

The territory comprising Campello, a part of Brockton, Mass., 
was included in the original grant set of? to the Rev. James Keith, who 
was the first pastor, and remained 56 years, an ancient proprietor of 
Bridgewater ; and the land upon which it is built all belonged origi- 
nally to the Keith family, and descendants of the Rev. James Keith. 
Of the five sons and one daughter of Benjamin Keith and Martha Gary, 
four located in Campello, and have since been identified with the 
growth of the town. 



126 John Gary 

SECTION 71-B. 

Rhoda Gary, dan. of Col. Simeon, Sec. 35, b. Bridgewater, 1772; 
m. Richard Wild, 1794. 
Children : 

I. Rhoda Cary; m. Ambrose Marshall, and had 

I. Elizabeth L., who m. James W. Dickerman, and had 

(i) Grace; grad. Boston University, 1895 ; m. Prof. Homer 
Holcomb, Harvard, 1894, Fredonia, N. Y., and had 

1. Lorraine, b. May 22, 1902. 

2. Cary Whitney, b. Oct. 18, 1903. 

(2) Sarah Elizabeth ; m. Rev. Sylvester Hamilton Day, 
Chautauqua. N. Y. 

(3) Anna L. ; m. Everett Polsey, Somerville, Mass., and 
had 

1. Hope Elizabeth. 

2. Gladys Sterling. 

3. Anna Joycelyn ; d. in infancy. 

n. Almira, b. July 13, 1806, North Easton, Mass.; d. Oct. 12, 
1845 ; rn. Hayward Marshall (b. Mar. 8, 1800, North Bridge- 
water, now Brockton; d. April 13, 1876), Dec. 25, 1826, and 
had 

1. Olive Hayward, b. Feb. 28, 1838; m. Fred Lucius Trow, 
East Bridgewater (b. Aug. 21, 1833; d. July 3, 1905), and 
had 

(i) Frederic Stickney, b. April 25, 1849; d. in infancy. 

(2) Lizzie Florence, b. May 3, 1856; d. Jan. 20, 1884. 

(3) Anna M., b. April 17, 1858; m. Henry T. Cushman, 
Oct. 6, 1882, and had 

I. Marshall Laurence, b. Jan. 7. 1884, a Surgeon, 
Lansing, Mich. 

(4) Eugene Torry, b. May 16, 1861 ; d. in infancy. 

Mrs. Trow descends from the Carys on both sides of the 
family. 

2. Eugene, b. July 10, 1832 ; m. Lizzie Williams, Nov. 14, 
1856, who d. Oct. 22, 1895 ; they had 

(i) Ella P., b. Sept. 15, 1858; d. in childhood. 

(2) Hayward, b. July 15, 1870. 

(3) Ethel, b. Mar. 18, 1880. 
in. Eliza; m. Mr. Williams, and had 

I. Jane; m. Mr. Warner, and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 127 

(i) Jane Frances; m. William Edward Staples, Nov. 8, 
1871, and had 

1. Everett Churchill, b. July 16, 1874; m. Ila Louise 
Tunnicliff, 1896, and had 

(i) Clarence Warren, b. 1897. 
(2) Lloyd Everett, b. 1899. 

2. Edward Francis, b. Oct. 14, 1876. 

SECTION 71-C. 
Mehitabel Gary, dau. of Zebulon. Sec. 36, b. 1751 ; m. Joseph Al- 
len, 1771, and lived in East Bridgewater; she d. 1799, and he d. 1826. 
Children : 

L Zebulon. 
n. Susanna. 

III. Mehitabel ; d. young. 

IV. Mehitabel ; m. Ezra Phillips, 1809, South Hanson, Mass. ; she 
d. June 22, 1812; he was killed by lightning, July 6, 1856; 
they had 

1. Ezra, b. 1810; m. Catherine, dau. of Dr. Tilden, of Han- 
son, and had 

(i) Calvin Tilden. 

(2) Morrill Allen, a Tack manufacturer; m. Sophia Sim- 
mons, 1879, who d. 1901 ; they had 

1. Catherine Tilden. 

2. Ada Richmond. 

3. Sophia Simmons. 

4. Fannie Hitchcock. 

(3) Catherine. 

(4) Charles Follen. 

(5) Alfred. 

2. Mehitabel, b. 181 1; m. Charles Beals, of Livermore, Me., 
1836, and had 

(i) Lucy Pratt; m. William Field, of Elmwood, Mass., 
1876. 

(2) Charles Roscoe; m. Mary Trescott, who d. 1894; he d. 
1901 ; they had 

I. Charles Elmer. 

(3) Hannah Leavitt, Brockton, Mass. 

(4) Nathaniel, d. 1848. 

(5) Diana Phillips; m. William Stetson, of Brockton, 
1875- 



128 . John Gary 

(6) George Gary; m. Fannie Holmes, 1881, and had 

1. Elton Holmes. 

2. Anna Phillips. 

3. Grace Hayward. 

SECTION 72. 

Josiah Gary, son of Zebulon, Sec. 36, b. Bridgewater, 1754; re- 
moved to Brookfield, Mass., in youth ; m. Molly Moulton, 1780, who 
d. 1795; m. 2d, Lydia Hale. 
Children : 

I. Zebulon, b. Oct. 5, 1781. Sec. 143. 
n. Josiah, b. April 7, 1783. Sec. 144. 
HI. Polly, b. Mar. 22, 1785 ; m. Samuel Horrs, 1805 ; d. April 25. 

1808. 
IV. Patty, b. Mar. 16, 1787; m. Mr. Cummings, and d. Dec. 26, 

1846. 
V. Avery, b. Feb. 17, 1789. Sec. 145. 
VI. Luther, b. Dec. 20, 1793; he was m. three times, and had a 
son, Luther, who d. in infancy, and a daughter, Mary Anna, 
who m. Timothy M. Duncan ; he lived in North Brookfield, 
Mass., and d. Sept. 12, 1869. 
VII. Lydia, b. Mar. 17, 1797; m. James Titus, 1834, and d. July 29, 
1852. 
VIII. Jonathan, b. Sept. 10, 1798. Sec. 146. 

IX. Mordecai, b. Oct., 1799; m. Betsey Bruce, 1832; no children; 

lived at West Brookfield, Mass. 
X. Thomas, b. Aug. 15, 1802. Sec. 147. 

SECTION 73. 

Recompense Cary, son of Zebulon, Sec. 36, b. Bridgewater, Jan. 
25, 1757; went to Ward, Mass., now Auburn; he was a mechanic, a 
soldier of the Revolution, engaged in mercantile pursuits, represented 
his town in the Legislature, and was an official member of the Congre- 
gational Church. While on a visit to a dau. in Erie Co., N. Y., he d. 
Dec. 13, 1836, leaving the legacy of a good name to his children. He 
m. Anna Drury, 1789. 
Children : 

I. Zebulon, b. July 26, 1790; m. Martha Baird, and had no chil- 
dren ; was a prominent, honored, and useful man ; his widow 
went to Macon, Ga. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 129 

II. Leonard, b. April 2, 1793. Sec. 148. 

III. Clarissa, b. Sept. 19, 1797; m. Rev. Isaac Oakes; lived in Liv- 
ingston Co., New York. 

IV. Eliza, b. July 17, 1802; m. Rev. Mr. Cannon, of Geneva, N. Y., 
who was District Secretary of the American Board for 28 
years ; had two daughters, both of whom married. 

SECTION 74. 
Moses Gary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 37, b. Bridgewater, Nov. 20, 
1748; m. Susanna, dau. of Jabez Field, 1773. In 1824 he published a 
pamphlet containing a sketch of the families of North Bridgewater, 
which Gen. S. F. Cary says was useful in perfecting "Cary Memori- 
als." He d. 1838. 
Children : 

I. Lucius, b. July 28, 1776; grad. at Brown University, 1798, 
studied law and removed to Charleston, S. C, and d. April, 
1806. 
II. Barzillai, b. Aug. 25, 1780. Sec. 149. 

III. Susanna, b. April 27, 1783; m. Rev. John Shaw, 1807. 

IV. Polly, b. Nov. 13, 1785; m. Jonathan Beals, and d. 1850. 
V. Cassandra, b. Feb. i, 1789; d. unm. 1862. 

SECTION 75. 
Jonathan Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 37, b. Bridgewater, Feb. 14, 
1757; m. Abigail, dau. of Jonathan Perkins, 1784; he was a Revolu- 
tionary soldier, and drew a pension till his death, Dec. 25, 1852. 
Children : 

I. Huldah, b. 1785; m. Darius Howard. 
II. Caleb, b. 1788. Sec. 150. 

III. Jonathan, b. 1791. Sec. 151. 

IV. Luther, b. 1794. Sec. 152. 
V. Martin, b. 1795. Sec. 153. 

VI. Abigail, b. 1789. Sec. 153-A. 
VII. Sally; m. Ziba Keith. 
VIII. Mary, b. Mar. 13, 1797. Sec. 153-B. 
IX. Aurelia, b. about 1802 ; d. in infancy. 
X. Nancy, b. 1804; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 76. 
Alpheus Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 37, b. Bridgewater, April 21, 
1761 ; m. Ruby Perkins, Sept. 21, 1786; lived in Quincy, Mass., more 

9 



130 John Gary 

than 30 years, but d. in Milton, Mass., Nov. i, 1816; his widow d. in 
Boston, 1836. 
Children : 

I. Nancy, b. July 7, 1787; m. Lemuel Hall, and had one son, H. 
B. Hall, Westford, Mass., and two daughters; d. 1862. 
n. Alpheus, b. Nov. 4, 1788. Sec. 154. 
HI. Lucy, b. April 3, 1790; m. Hazen Morse, Nov. 6, 1814, and had 

eleven children, and d. July 28, i860. 
IV. Charles, b. Sept. 26, 1794. 
V. George, b. 1795 ; d. in infancy. 
VI. Ruby, b. 1795; d. in infancy. 
VII. George, b. Sept. 25, 1796; d. unm. in Boston. 
VIII. Lewis, b. Mar. 31, 1798. Sec. 155. 
IX. Ruby, b. Jan. 16, 1800; d. unm. June 17, 1847, Haverhill, Mass. 
X. Isaac, b. June 25, 1802. Sec. 156. 
XL Ziba, b. June 25, 1802; d. unm. Nov. 10, 1831. 
XII. Abigail, b. Mar. 1806; m. Mr. Frobisher, had a son and dau., 
and d. April 27, 1829. 

SECTION 77. 
James Gary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 37, b. Bridgewater, April 22, 
1766; m. Hannah, dau. of Samuel Alden, 1798, and had a daughter; his 
wife dying, he m. 2d, Hannah, dau. of Thomas Wales, and had three 
other children. 
Children: 

I. Lydia, b. 1800; m. Ephraim Howard, 1821. 
II. Otis, b. June 14, 1804. Sec. 157. 

III. Nancy, b. Feb. 24, 1807. Sec. 157-A. 

IV. Austin, b. Oct. i, 1809. Sec. 158. 

SECTION 78. 
Isaac Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 37, b. Bridgewater, Feb. i, 1742 ; 
when a child went to Mendham, N. J. ; inherited half of his father's 
farm, and moved to Sussex Co., N. J.; m., and d. in 1791. 
Children : 

I. Abram, b. about 1762. Sec. 159. 
II. Isaac, b. about 1764. 

III. Jacob, b. about 1766. 

IV. Joseph, b. about 1768. 
V. Martha, b. about 1770. 

VI. Phebe, b. about 1772; m. Mr. Bosley. 



' The Plymouth Pilgrim 131 

SECTION 79. 

John Cary, son of John, Sec. 38, b. Morris Co., N. J., July 25, 1757; 
m. Joanna Lyon, Dec. 28, 1778; lived on the homestead, where he d. 
1824. 
Children : 

I. Henry, b. Jan. 6, 1780. Sec. 160. 
II. Clement, b. May 22, 1782. Sec. 161. 

III. Nathaniel, b. Nov. 23, 1784; d. in infancy. 

IV. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 5, 1786. Sec. 162. 
V. David, b. Feb. 25, 1789; d. in childhood. 

VI. Mary, b. Sept. 8, 1791 ; m. Rev. Ezra H. Day, 1814, and moved 
to New Albany, Ind. ; he d. 1823, and she m. Maj. Silas Miller, 
who d. 1855, and she returned to Morristown, N. J. There 
were three children by the first marriage. 
VII. John, b. Sept. 3, 1794; d. in childhood. 
VIII. John, b. May 27, 1797. Sec. 163. 
IX. Isaac, b. Aug. 16, 1799; d. in infancy. 
X. Isaac, b. Nov. 18, 1800. Sec. 164. 

SECTION 79-A. 
Simeon Cary, son of Beriah, Sec. 40, b. Mendham, N. J., Feb. 22, 
1777; removed to Redstone, Pa., 1795; m. Rachel Merritt, May, 1805; 
moved to Dodds, Warren Co., O., 1809, where he d. July 27, 1830, and 
was buried in the old Kirby Graveyard. 
Children : 

I. Joel, b. 1806; m. Rhoda, dau. of Lemuel and Osee (Drake) 
Gray, 1829; she was b. 1809, Essex Co., N. J., and d. Lebanon, 
O., 1862; he d. at the home of his son Samuel, 1879; they had 

1. Simeon, b. 1830; m. Ruth Cornell ; he was a Physician, in 
Green Co., O. 

2. Osee, b. 1832; m. James C. Merritt, 1851, Springboro, O. 

3. Daniel, b. 1833; d. in infancy. 

4. Samuel, b. 1835 ; m. ist, Hannah Earnheart, 1861 ; m. 2d, 
Mary Deulinger, 1870, and had 

(i) Hallock, b. 1862; d. in infancy. 

(2) Effa, b. 1863 ; m. David Boyer, 1884. 

(3) Jacob, b. 1865. 

(4) Joel, b. 1868; d. 1871. 

(5) Charles, b. 1871. 

(6) Edward H., b. 1874. 



132 John Gary 

(7) Lizzie Almeda, b. 1876. 

(8) William Stanton, b. 1879. 

5. Jonathan, b. 1837; d. 1840. 

6. Abraham, b. 1840; d. 1841. 

7. Rachel, b. 1842; d. 1859. 

8. James P. ; d. in infancy. 

9. Amos L., b. 1846; m. ist, Huldah Pennywit, of Dayton, 
O. ; m. 2d, Lydia Mercer, 1872, and had 

(i) Minnie Florence, b. 1873. 

(2) Elizabeth Etta, b. 1876; d. 1878. 

(3) Lester J., b. 1879; d. in infancy. 

(4) Chester L., b. 1879; d. in infancy. 

(5) Alice M., b. 1882. 

(6) Morrell Homer, b. 1887. 
ID. Lydia Alice, b. 1848; d. 1859. 
II. Rhoda, b. 1851 ; d. in infancy. 

II. Abraham, b. 1807; m. Mary Ann, dau. of Samuel and Eliza- 
beth Powell (b. in New Jersey, 1818; d. Lebanon, O., 1876); 
they had 

1. John, b. 1841 ; d. 1843. 

2. Stephen, b. 1843 ; d. 1866. 

3. Thomas, b. 1846; m. Sally Shelly, of Dodds, O. ; lived on 
the old farm, and had 

(i) Edith, b. 1880. 

(2) Herbert, b. 1882. 

(3) Grace, b. 1883 ! d- '" infancy. 

(4) Pearl, b. x886. 

4. Leander, b. 1849; m. Mary Emily, 1879, and had 
(i) Bertha, b. 1880. 

(2) John Walter, b. 1881. 

5. Rachel Jane, b. 1853; m. David Kirby, 1872. 

6. Oliver, b. 1856; d. 1884. 

III. Isaac, M. D., b. 181 5, Utica, O. ; grad. Cincinnati Med. Col., 
1847; ^^- Osee, dau. of Lemuel and Osee (Drake) Gray; d. 
at Dalton, Ind., 1853 ; they had 

1. George, b. 1838; m. Laura Hastough, 1862, Lebanon, O., 
and had 

(i) Harry Waldo, b. 1868; m. Lydia Drake, 1895, and had 
I. Kathryn, b. 1902; live at Springfield, O. 

2. Amzi, b. 1840; m. Ellen Bowman, 1864, and had 

{i), Ada, b. 1865; m. James Moore, 1887; m. 2d, Jasper 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 133 

Lamb; lived at Prescott, Wash.; she d. 1906; they had 

1. Miriam. 

2. Lois. 

3. John. 

4. Reed. 

(2) Frank B., b. 1871 ; m. Anna Surber, 1896, and had 
I. Frances Louisa, b. 1906. 

(3) Ralph, b. 1890. 

3. Jane, b. 1842 ; m. Alpheus Barrett, 1869, Sioux City, la., 
and had 

(i) Eda, b. 1870; d. about 1900. 

(2) Mattie, b. 1873; m. Liston Alvord, Emporia, Kan. 

(3) Bertha, b. 1877, and is a teacher. 

(4) Harry Sylvester, b. 1881. 

4. Volney, b. 1844; m. Arrilla Carter, Glasco, Kan., and had 
(i) Minnie, b. 1866; m. L. M. Carman, 1883, Minnesota, 

Kan., and had 

1. Earl. 

2. Beulah. 

(2) Clara, b. 1867; m. Mr. Jaquis, 1887, Ottawa Co., Kan. 

(3) Eva. 

(4) Rolla, b. 1874. 

(5) Clarence, b. 1876; d. in Kansas. 

(6) Walter, b. 1877. 

(7) Maud, b. 1879. 

(8) Letha, b. 1882. 

(9) Viola, b. 1884. 
(10) Lou, b. 1886. 

5. Liston D., b. 1846; m. ist, Lizzie Ward, 1875; m. 2d, Cyn- 
thia Messimore, 1877; m. 3d, Mrs. Louisa M. Elliott, 1895; 
live in Minneapolis, Kan. ; they had 

(i) Liston D., b. 1875 ; m. Bertha Cook, 1898, and had 

1. Robbie, b. 1899; d. in infancy. 

2. Geneva H., b. 1900. 

3. Fern Elizabeth, b. 1904. 

(2) Mabel Anna, b. 1877; m. William H. Harper, 1895, 
and had 

I. Lauren J. 

(3) Luther Messimore, b. 1879; m. Elizabeth Rost, 1905, 
and had 

I. Henry Stephen. 



134 John Gary 

(4) Warren M., b. 1895. 

(5) Milo Glen. 

6. Martha, b. 1848; m. J. M. Sycks, 1873, and had 
(i) Carrie Mabel, b. 1874; d. 1876. 

(2) Anna Alpha, b. 1877; m. Howard Winters, of Ironton, 
O., 1906. 

(3) Dana Dow, b. 1880; m. Daisy , St. Louis, 1905. 

(4) Grace Gary, b. 1883. 

(5) Mary Josephine, b. 1890. 

7. Warren, b. 1850; m. Annie Crawford, of Dayton, O., 1879; 
he d. 1888; they had 

(i) Earl Thresher, b. 1880; d. 1883. 

(2) Eben Matlack, b. 1883. 

(3) Alice. 

8. Byron, b. 1852, Dayton, O. 

IV. Joshua, b. 1815 ; m. Lydia, dau. of Henry and Amy Earnheart, 
1843, ^ wealthy farmer living at Lebanon, O. ; d. 1888; they 
had 

1. William Henry, b. 1844; "i- Charlotte Kirby, of Dayton, 
O., 1869, and had 

(i) Neta Inez, b. 1870. 

(2) Anna Elizabeth, b. 1872. 

(3) Trillena, b. 1875. 

(4) Nancy Alice, b. 1885. 

2. John Harris, b. 1850; m. Sarah Marsh, of Waynesville, O., 
1874, and had 

(i) Howard, b. 1875. 

(2) Nannie L., b. 1880. 

(3) Ivy, b. 1883. 

(4) Esley Ames, b. 1885. 

3. Howard Ellis, b. 1855 ; d. 1857. 
V. Jane, b. 181 1; d. young. 

VI. Anna, b. 1813; m. Samuel Gray, 1835; she d. Toledo, O., and 
he at Lebanon, O., 1870; they had 

I. Martha Jane, b. 1843; m. Oliver Perry Bowman, 1863; he 
d. Toledo, O., 1904; they had 

(i) Perla Gray, b. 1870, at Tippecanoe City, O. ; Prof, of 
Domestic Science in Ohio State College; m. William 
D. Gibbs, Columbus, O., 1901 ; removed to Durham, 
N. H., where Mr. Gibbs is President of the State Col- 
lege, 1902; they had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 135 

I. Thomas Bowman, b. Dec. ii, 1906, Durham, N. H. 
(2) Walter H., b. 1874, Emporia, Kan.; grad. University 
of Mich., 1896; Dentist at Elmhurst, 111. 

SECTION 80. 
Ebenezer Gary, son of Michael, Sec. 43, b. Harrington, Mass. ; m. 
about 1765 ; lived and d. in Barrington. 
Children : 

I. Nathan, b. about 1814. 
II. Ebenezer, b. about 1816. Sec. 165. 

SECTION 81. 
Chad. Cary, son of Thomas, Sec. 44, b. Smithfield, R. I., May 17, 
'^7'7Z'> he was a farmer, and m. Elizabeth Smith, of Providence, R. I., 
Jan. 16, 1791 ; she was a talented vvoman and the author of a number 
of poems; he d. in North Killingly, Ct., Sept. 5, 1839. 
Children : 

I. Anna, b. Jan. 9, 1792; m. Amasa Olney, of Providence, Jan. i, 

1816, and had six children; d. in Weir, Mass. 
II. Polly, b. April 30, 1794; m. Andrew Burlingame, a farmer, of 
Scituate, Mass., Mar. 22, 1821, and had six children ; lived at 
Putnam, Ct. 

III. Ebenezer, b. Aug. 6, 1797. Sec. 166. 

IV. William, b. Mar. 28, 1799. Sec. 167. 
V. George S., b. Sept. 6, 1801. Sec. 168. 

VI. Susan T., b. Aug. 17, 1803; "^- William Walker, of East 

Woodstock, Ct., May 15, 1835. 
VII. Elizabeth, b. April 21, 1805; m. Charles Hibbard, a farmer, of 
North Woodstock, Ct., May 25, 1834, and had two children. 
VIII. Sally S., b. Nov. 7, 1806; m. Noadiah Flint, a farmer, of 
Thompson, Ct., Mar. 22, 1829, and had two children. 
IX. Abby T., b. July 7, 1808; m. Leonard Thompson, a merchant, 
of Columbia, Ct., Oct. 17, 1831, and had 

1. Bradford Thompson, M. D., Surgeon U. S. A. during the 
Civil War; later practiced in New York City. 

2. Elizabeth ; m. Sewell Green, a retired gentleman in New 
York, Oct. 28, 1863. 

X. Emeline, b. Nov. 7, 1809. 
XL Almira, b. Oct. 17, 181 1. 
XII. Chad. B., b. April 17, 1813. Sec. 169. 
XIII. John H., b. May i, 1816. Sec. 170. 



136 John Gary 

SECTION 82. 

Joseph Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 45, b. Mansfield, Ct., Mar. 7, 1757; 
m. Rachel Thompson, Jan. 7, 1781, Canterbury, Ct. ; removed to Mid- 
dlefield, Mass., and later to Ontario, Wayne Co., N. Y., where he d. 
Feb. 3, 1848, and his widow d. Sept. 26, 185 1. He was Chaplain in the 
Revolution. 

Children : 

I. Rachel, b. Mar. 31, 1782; m. Ethan Billins, of Conway, Mass., 
and had four children. 
II. Joseph, b. Jan. 19, 1784. Sec. 171. 

III. Lucy, b. Dec. i, 1785; m. William Mott of Middlefield, Mass., 
and had one son and four daughters. 

IV. Stephen, b. Oct. 6, 1787; m. and had one son and two 
daughters, and d. in New Orleans, 1814. 

V. Ezekiel, b. April i, 1789. 

VI. Hannah, b. Jan. 3, 1792; m. Mr. Scott and had five children. 
VII. Eunice, b. Jan. 15, 1795; m. Mr. Wright. 
VIII. Phebe, b. Sept. 15, 1797; m. Mr. Frazer and had five children. 
IX. Zina, b. Feb. i, 1799; m. Mr. Gill and had four children. 
X. Isaac, b. Sept. 15, 1804. Sec. 172. 

SECTION 83. 

Richard Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 45, b. Mansfield, Ct., Jan. 15, 
1759; m. Susanna Ford at Williamsburg, Mass., 1782, who d. 1826; m. 
2d, Mrs. Lucy Doolittle ; removed to Nelson, Madison Co., N. Y., and 
in 1806 to Boston, Erie Co., N. Y. For seven years he was a soldier in 
the Revolution; was at Monmouth with Washington, and at Valley 
Forge he lost the toes from both feet by being frozen. He was a 
religious man, and sometimes acted as minister when death came to 
the cabins of his scattered pioneer neighbors. 

Children : 

I. Susanna, b. 1784; m. Calvin Doolittle, 1S03. ^^d d. in Illinois, 

1858. 
II. Lucy, b. 1786; m. Nathaniel Streeter, 1804; d. in Erie Co., 
N. Y., 1809. 
III. Phebe, b. 1788; m. Jonathan Bump, in Boston, Erie Co., N. Y., 
where she d. 1843; had 

1. Lucy, b. 1814; m. Mr. Avard. 

2. Alva. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 137 

3. Philander, m. phebe Upper, and had 
(i) Arktiles. 

(2) Alexander. 

(3) Amanda; m. Nelson Carl. 

(4) Emeline; m. Mr. Brett. 

(5) Margaret; m. William B. Brooks, at Boston, Erie Co., 
N. Y., and had 

1. Egbert M. 

2. Eugene. 

3. Lucy Maud; m. Charles Taylor Knight, June 14, 
1892, at Deadwood, South Dakota, and had 

(i) Ima; at 17 is in Berlin studying Music. The 
family live in Denver, Colo. 

4. Harry. 

IV. Clarissa, b. 1790; m. Talcot Patchin, an officer in the U. S. 
Army, who was wounded in the battle of Chippewa, July 5, 
1814; lived in Erie Co., N. Y. 
V. Calvin, b. June, 1792 ; he was killed in a hand to hand fight 
with three Indians, at the burning of Buffalo, N. Y., in 1813; 
he was a man of giant frame, weighing 300 pounds, fine pro- 
portions, herculean in strength, and a swift runner. 
VI. Richard M., b. Dec. 11, 1794. Sec. 173. 
VII. Luther H., b. Feb., 1800. Sec. 174. 
VIII. Relief, b. 1802; m. Wilham Titus, 182 1 ; d. 1838. - 

SECTION 84. 
Abner Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 45, b. Williamsburg, Mass., Jan. 
31, 1760; m. four times in Williamsburg; removed to Dupage Co., 111., 
where he d. in 1845. 
Children : 

I. Lucina, b. Feb. 22, 1793; m. William W. Leonard of Middle- 
field, Mass. 
II. Abner L., b. at Junction, 111. 

III. Alvin. 

IV. Lucy. 
V. Sally. 

VI. Asa. 

SECTION 85. 
Asa Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 45, b. Williamsburg, Mass., April i, 
1770; m. Damaris Hickox, June 24, 1790, Conway, Mass.; removed to 



138 John Gary 

Erie Co., N. Y., where he d. Sept. 19, 1852; his widow d. April 17, 
1863, aged 91 years. 
Children : 

I. Truman, b. May 31, 1791. Sec. 175. 
II. Sylvia, b. June 17, 1793; m. Aaron Adams, Dec. 24, 1809; had 
five sons and one daughter, and lived in Boston, N. Y. 

III. Asa, b. July 18, 1795; d. in youth. 

IV. Joseph, b. Dec. 24, 1797. Sec. 176. 

V. Sylvester E., b. May 5, 1800. Sec. 177. 

VI. Harriet, b. Jan. 13, 1803 ; m. Erastus Torrey, Oct. 8, 1821, 
Boston, N. Y. ; had six children, and d. July 30, 1850, Silver 
Creek, 111. 
VII. Van Renssalaer, b. Jan. 5, 1805. Sec. 178. 
VIII. Damaris, b. Mar. 31, 1807; m. Perry J. Jencks, Sept, 9, 1823; 
had eight children, and lived at Wapau, Wis. 
IX. Aurelia, b. Oct. 11, 1809; m. Hiram Hemmenway, Sept. 6, 
1827; had three children, and d. at Freeport, 111., Mar. 30, 1858. 
X. Saduska, b. Jan. 6, 1812 ; m. Tillinghast Vaughn ; had six chil- 
dren, and lived in Louisiana. 
XI. Almira, b. Aug. 8, 1814; m. Rev. George Wilkinson; had five 

children, and d. Jan. 22, 1848, Painted Post, N. Y. 
XII. Asa, b. Aug. 22, 1821. Sec. 179. 

SECTION 85-A. 
Sarah Gary, dau. of Nathaniel, Sec. 47, b. Oct. i, 1764; m. ist, 
Ebenezer Bush ; m. 2d, Zacheus Barnum. 
Children : 

I. Erastus Wolcott Barnum, b. Sept. 18, 1793 ; d. Nov. 7, 1875 ; 
m. Sarah Julia Hand (b. June 20, 1786; d. Feb. 14, 1855), 
and had 

I. Julia H. Barnum, b. Dec. 6, 1820; d. Sept. 21, 1907, Nevada 
City, Cal.; m. Dr. William Kent, Sept. 15, 1841, at Shore- 
ham, Vt., and had 

(i) Elizabeth Julia Kent, b. Nov. i, 1844, at Shoreham, 

Vt. ; d. May 7, 1887, Nevada City, Cal.; m. Francis 

Power, Atty. (b. Mar. 31, 1831; d. Mar. 18, 1902), 

Dec. 26, 1867, Nevada City, Cal., and had 

I. E. Barnum Power, b. Nov. 22, 1869, at Nevada 

City, Cal.; now Assistant Attorney-General of 

State of California; m. Minerva Lester, Dec. 19, 

1895, and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 139 

(i) Lester Barnum Power, b. Nov. 30, 1897, Oak- 
land, Cal. The home in San Francisco, Cal. 

SECTION 85-B. 

Asa Gary, son of Nathaniel, Sec. 47, b. Mansfield, Ct., Feb. 11, 
1774, and removed to Shoreham, Vt. ; m. Anna Sanford, Feb. 7, 1799, 
and had nine children, all b. in Shoreham; his wife d. Oct. 3, 1852, 
Racine, Wis., and he d. there Sept. 15, 1862. 

Children : 

I. Biishnell B., b. Dec. 22, 1801 ; d. Feb. 15, i860, Racine, Wis. 
II. Alfred, b. Jan. 25, 1804; d. Jan. 6, 1887, Racine, Wis. 

III. Paulina, b. Aug. 25, 1805 ; d. Jan. 4, 1859, Sterling, N. Y. 

IV. Nathaniel C, b. Sept. 10, 1807; removed to Mansfield, Ct., 
where he m. Sophia Eaton, June 14, 1829; removed to Ster- 
ling, N. Y., where were b. two sons 

1. Lucius C, b. Feb. 23, 1832 ; removed to Racine, Wis., where 
he m. Emile Barton Kenea, Aug. 15, 1856; he d. Sept. 7, 
1872, at La Cygnie, Kan. ; they had 

(i) Henry Nathaniel, b. Feb. 11, 1858, Racine, Wis.; re- 
moved to Chicago and m. Susie Louise Wustenfeldt 
(b. Aug. 23, 1861), Sept. 9, 1884; was connected with 
the "Morning Telegraph," New York, now with "The 
Republic," St. Louis, Mo. ; they had 
I. Emilie Alice, b. Dec. 8, 1892. 

(2) Alfred Roswell, b. Aug. 18, 1859; d. unm. Jan. 13, 
1894, La Cygnie, Kan. 

2. Alfred L., b. July 23, 1835 ; removed to Milwaukee, Wis., 
where he m. Harriet Maria Van Slyck, Sept. 6, 1864, and 
had 

(i) Robert John, b. Feb. 6, 1868; unm., Chicago. 

(2) Walter, b. April 26, 1871 ; New York. 

(3) Harriet Sophia, b. Oct. 2, 1873 ; m. Charles L. Jones, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

(4) Irving B., b. Sept. 27, 1875; Milwaukee. 
V. Levi S., b. July 23, 1809; d. 1882, Springfield, Wis. 

VI. Melanchton W., b. Oct. 26, 181 1; d. 18S5, Racine, Wis. 
VII. Mary Ann, b. April 22, 1814; d. 1873. 
VIII. John Watson, b. Feb. 11, 1817; m. ist, Eliza Vilas, July 10, 
1844, who d. May 12, 1845 '> ^- ^d, Isabel Brinkerhoflf, June 6, 
1847. Mr. Cary was grad. Union College 1842 ; admitted to 



140 John Gary 

the Bar 1844; removed to Wisconsin 1850, and elected to 
State Senate 1852 ; removed to Milwaukee, where he resided 
for thirty years, and became one of the leading lawyers of the 
State, and was regarded as one of the best equipped railway 
lawyers in the country, having argued many notable cases 
before the Supreme Court of the United States. He finally 
made his home at Hinsdale, 111., where he d. Mar. 29, 1895 ; 
their children were 

1. Eliza Vilas, b. May 10, 1845 ! m- Sherburn Sanborn, June 

I, 1870. 

2. Frances, b. Sept. 10, 1848; m. Charles D. Kendick. June 
6, 1878. 

3. Hon. Melbert Brinkerhofif, b. July 23, 1852, Racine, Wis.; 
moved with parents to Milwaukee 1859; grad. from 
Princeton 1872 ; practiced law, and became Asst. General 
Solicitor of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 
Co.; m. Julia Metcalf, April 28, 1880; removed to New 
York City in 1883, and established his home at Ridgefield, 
Ct., 1888; published Cyclopedia of Political Economy, 
and United States History in three volumes ; wrote and 
published a volume entitled The Connecticut Constitu- 
tion ; was nominated for Governor by the Democratic 
Party in 1902; nominated for United States Senator in 
1903; they had 

(i) Julia Madeline, b. July 12, 1882; m. Donald Eliot 
Curtis, New York City, Oct. 3, 1903. 

(2) Isabel Frances, b. Aug. 29, 1884; m. Henry A. Stone, 
New York City, May 29, 1907. 

(3) Caroline, b. Nov. 22, 1887; d. in childhood. 

(4) Melbert Brinkerhofif, b. Nov. 28, 1892. 

4. Fred Asa, b. Racine, Wis., Mar. 25, 1857; grad. Princeton 
1878, in real estate business Chicago; m. Elspeth Wilson 
Ferguson, Milwaukee, Dec. 7, 1881, and had 

(i) Florence Ferguson, b. Milwaukee, Sept. 11, 1883. 

5. John Watson, b. Milwaukee, Nov. 11, 1862; grad. Prince- 
ton 1886; in advertising business. New York City; m. Mae 
Alice Stone, Chicago, Oct. 2, 1889, and had 

(i) Margaret Stone, b. Yonkers, N. Y., Jan. 5, 1894. 

6. George Peter, b. Milwaukee, June 11, 1864; practiced law 
several years, now in real estate in Pasadena, Cal. ; m. 
1st, Margaret Lalor, Hinsdale, 111., Oct. 12, 1898, who d. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 141 

June 29, 1904; ni. 2d, Florence Ross, Pasadena, Dec. 21, 

1908; they had 

(i) Margaret, b. Pasadena, June 25, 1904. 

7. Paul Van Ettan, b. Milwaukee, Sept. 3, 1867; grad. Ann 
Arbor, 1887; a prominent lawyer in Appleton, Wis.; m. 
Caroline Madgeburg, Milwaukee, Sept. 14, 1898, and had 
(i) Paul Van Ettan, b. Appleton, Oct. 30, 1902. 

8. Isabel Brinkerhoff, b. Oct. 30, 1869; d. in childhood. 
IX. Sarah A., b. Dec. 26, 1818; d. 1887, Racine, Wis. 

SECTION 86. 
Ebenezer Gary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 48, b. Mansfield, Ct., Dec. 
27, 1758; was a Revolutionary soldier, and in 1798 went with Joseph 
Ellicott to western New York as a Surveyor for the Holland Land 
Company ; when over 60 years of age he m. Mrs. Elizabeth Cunning- 
ham; he d. May 16, 1825. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. 1819; m. John D. Verplanck, reared a family, and 
d. 1859, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

II. Lucinda, b. 1824; d. unm. Jan. 5, 1849. 
III. Ebenezer, b. 1826. Sec. 180. 

SECTION 87. 

Trumbull Cary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 48, b. Mansfield, Ct., Aug. 
II, 1787; removed to western New York, m. Margaret E. Brisbane, 
June 2, 1817, Batavia, N. Y. He served as Adjutant in the War of 
1812-14, and rendered honorable service in both branches of the Legis- 
lature; he was appointed Bank Commissioner by Gov. Seward in 1838, 
and held the position for three years. His wife d. June 22, 1863, and 
he d. June 20, 1869. 
Children : 

I. Walter, b. 1818. Sec. 181. 

II. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 24, 1822; d. in infancy. 

III. Elizabeth Ann, b. June 13, 1824; d. in infancy. 

IV. Trumbull, b. Oct. 4, 1829; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 88. 

Ezekiel Cary, son of Dea. John, Sec. 49, b. Scotland, Ct., Dec. 7, 
1741 ; lived in Willimantic, Ct., and was a tanner and shoemaker; 
m. Zervia, dau. of Nathaniel Skiff, Mar. 15, 1764; his wife d. July 16, 
1816, and he d. May 14, 1827. 



142 John Gary 

Children : 

I. John, b. June 7, 1766; was a shoemaker, removed to Balti- 
more, Md., where he d. in middle life, unm. 
II. Diantha, b. July 14, 1768; m. Andrew Baker. 
III. Waldo, b. April 3, 1772. Sec. 182. 

SECTION 89. 

William Cary, son of John, Sec. 49, b. Scotland, Ct., Oct. 25, 1747; 
m. 1st, Irena, dau. of Josiah Manning, May 16, 1771, who d. Nov. 17, 
1795; m. 2d, Celia (Darby) Bushnell, widow of Ezekiel Bushnell, 
Lisbon, Ct., March, 1801 ; he d. July 20, 1812, and his widow Oct. 
12, 1844. 
Children: 

I. Alathea, b. Dec, 1773; d. 1795. 
II. Chloe, b. Jan. 20, 1776; d. 1795. 

III. John, b. Mar. 18, 1778. Sec. 183. 

IV. Elijah, b. Oct. 4, 1780. Sec. 184. 
V. William, b. Dec. 11, 1782. Sec. 185. 

VI. Theron, b. 1786; d. 1809. 
VII. Nathaniel, b. 1789; d. 1834. 
VIII. Phebe, b. 1791 ; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 90. 

Jonathan Cary, son of Dea. John, Sec. 49, b. Scotland, Ct., June 5, 
1749; m. Martha, dau. of Elisha Hurlbut, Sept. 21, 1775, and in 1791 
removed to Norwich, Ct., where he died. 
Children : 

I. Irena, b. Aug. 17, 1777; m. Capt. Elias Lord, Norwich, Ct. 
II. Thomas, b. July 8, 1779; d. at sea, unm. 

III. Alfred, b. June 29, 1781 ; d. at sea, unm. 

IV. Frederick, b. Feb. 14, 1786. Sec. 186. 
V. Ralph, b. June 2, 1789. Sec. 187. 

VI. Fanny, b. July 26, 1791 ; m. Capt. James Snow, New York. 
VII. Winthrop, b. 1793; m. and d. at sea. 

SECTION 91. 

Capt. James Cary, son of Beneijah, Sec. 50, b. Scotland, Ct., Nov. 
27, 1750; was a prominent and wealthy farmer and served with dis- 
tinction in the Revolution. His estate was valued at $80,000. He 
m. 1st, Abigail, dau. of Joseph Kingsley, Pomfret, Ct., Aug. 12, 1773, 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 143 

who d. Dec. i8, 1807; m. 2d, Mrs. Anna (Spaulding) Bradford, widow 
of Rev. William Bradford, 1809; he d. Feb. 28, 1827. 
Children : 

I. Abigail, b. Jan. 28, 1775; m. Parker Morse, Oct. 6, 1798; 

lived in Canterbury, Ct., and had five children. 
II. James, b. Dec. 9, 1777. Sec. 188. 

III. Beneijah, b. Jan. 4, 1780; d. 1808. 

IV. Anna, b. Feb. 21, 1782. 

V. Sanford, b. July 14, 1784. Sec. 189. 
VI. Sally, b. Sept. 7, 1786; m. Thomas Morse, Woodstock, Ct. 

SECTION 92. 

Roger Gary, son of Capt. Nathaniel, Sec. 51, b. Scotland, Ct., 
Jan. 7, 1759, was a trader and speculator, and d. in the South. He 
m. Eunice Parish, Jan. 2"], 1780. 
Children : 

I. Nathaniel, b. Sept. 16, 1780. 
II. Joseph, b. July 4, 1783. 
III. Eunice, b. Dec. 3, 1787; m. Mr. Storer, and settled at Cherry 
Valley, N. Y. 

SECTION 93. 

Anson Cary, son of Nathaniel, Sec. 51, b. Scotland, Ct., Mar. 15, 
1762; m. Hannah Carew, Norwich, Ct., and was an early settler in 
Oxford, Chenango Co., N. Y., where he resided till his death. May 8, 
1842. He was a blacksmith, a man of unusually large and muscular 
frame, of great strength physically and mentally. Was a Justice of 
the Peace twenty years. Sheriff of the County four years, and for 
several years a Judge ; a very prominent and useful citizen. 
Children : 

I. Horatio, b. Mar. 27, 1785. Sec. 190. 
II. Minerva, b. Oct. 17, 1787; m. Amos A. Franklin, and removed 
to Grant Co., Wis. ; had seven children, and d. May 25, 1859. 

III. Harriet, b. July 29, 1789; m. A. B. Bennett, had two sons, 
and d. Aug. 9, 1863. 

IV. George A., b. May 8, 1793. Sec. 191. 
V. Palmer C, b. Mar. 31, 1798. Sec. 192. 

VI. Zalmon S., b. Aug. 31, 1800. Sec. 193. 
VII. Hannah, b. June 17, 1802. 
VIII. Albert G., b. July 20, 1807; m. Melissa Madison, and had 
three children; lived at Oxford, N. Y. 



144 John Gary 

SECTION 94. 

Christopher Cary, son of Dr. Samuel, Sec. 52, b. Windham, Ct., 
Feb. 25, 1763 ; went with the family to Lyme, N. H., then almost a 
wilderness. He joined the Army of the Revolution at a very early 
age, serving under Col. Waite of New Hampshire ; was twice taken 
prisoner, and suffered incredible hardship. Removed to Ohio in 1802, 
and settled in Cincinnati. He was pre-eminently a child of misfortune; 
when very young he accidentally lost an eye, and a few years later, 
being caught under a falling tree, was made a cripple for life. Of a 
roving disposition he never seemed contented in any place, and an 
accurate sketch of his life would be more thrilling than a romance. 
He had a stout frame, an iron constitution, and d. Feb., 1837, near 
Cincinnati; m. ist, Elsie Terrel of Lyme, N. H., 1784; m. 2d, Leah 
Brokaw in Cincinnati; m. 3d, Margaret McCarty, 1825. Was a Revo- 
lutionary pensioner. 
Children : 

L Lucy, b. 1784; m. James McGinnis, and had several children, 
one of whom, Mrs. William McCammon ; d. at an advanced 
age. 
n. Robert, b. Jan. 24, 1787. Sec. 194. 
HL Beneijah, b. 1788. Sec. 195. 
IV. Maria, b. 1790; m. John Loring, 1808. 

V. Christopher, b. 1792; killed accidentally at Cincinnati, 1807. 
VI. Irwin, b. 1826. Sec. 196. 
VII. Maria, b. 1828. 
VIII. Anna, b. 1831 ; m. Mr. Sprong, and d. in Missouri. 1864. 

SECTION 94-A. 

Phebe Cary, dau. of Dr. Samuel, Sec. 52, b. Scotland, Ct., Aug. 
25, 1767; went with the family to Lyme, N. H., 1768; m. John Crary 
of Norwich, Vt., who descended from John McCrary, but dropped the 
first part of the name. She was a large strong woman, with black 
hair and eyes, and very pious and both were Methodists. The Carys, 
Crarys, and Ballards together went to Cincinnati, where they settled 
near each other; at that time there was only the old Stone Church 
in the place, and was on Sycamore St. She d. 1822. 
Children : 

I. Benjamin. 

II. John, was a grad. of Dartmouth, and a large man of fine 
physique, as were his sons, having dark hair and eyes; m. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 145 

Roxanna Ballard (b. 1793 at Fairhaven, Vt.), Jan. 28, 1814, 
and had 

1. John Williamson, a lawyer, who lived in Florida, where 
he died. 

2. Oliver Beale, d. unm. in New Orleans. 

3. Murray Ballard. 

4. Benjamin Franklin, b. 1829; a Methodist Minister, Editor 
of the Central and California Christian Advocates, President 
of Wisconsin University, and member of many General 
Conferences. 

5. Joseph Alexander, d. in Florida. 

6. Truman Bishop, d. in Asheville, N. C. 

7. Olive Jane, d. unm. at New Orleans. 
- 8. Clarinda. 

9. Loretta Gary, b. 1831, and was for many years a writer for 
the religious and secular press, both in prose and verse; 
m. Francis Sadler, 1851, and lived at Pearl River, La.; 
they had 
(i) Everett M., b. Feb. 28, 1853. 

(2) Olive Olin, b. July 14, 1855. 

(3) John Gary, b. Feb. 22, 1857. 

(4) Ella M., b. Feb. 11, i860. 

(5) Hattie F., b. June 14, 1862. 

(6) Alice Gary, b. Mar. 20, 1865; m. Mr. McKinney, 
Rushton, La., and is Editor of the White Ribbomr 
of Louisiana. 

(7) Ida Gary, b. May 16, 1874. 
10. Gelesta. 

in. Lyman, lived on Gollege Hill, O. 
IV. Samuel. 

SECTION 95. 

John Cary, son of Dr. Samuel, Sec. 52, b. Lyme, N. H., Dec. 26, 
1780; removed to Hudson, N. Y., where he resided many years; thence 
to Ohio, and d. at Ashtabula, Mar. 23, 1863; m. ist, Harriet Knapp 
of Hudson, N. Y., 1806, and late in life m. again. 
Ghildren: 

I. Orrin, b. July 16, 1807. Sec. 197. 
II. Harriet, b. 1809; m. Mr. Lockwood, lived in Ashtabula, had a 

large family, and d. 1863. 
III. Franklin, b. 181 1, and did not marrv ; went to Louisiana. 



146 John Gary 

IV. Lorenzo, b. 1813. Sec. 198. 

V. Delia, b. 1815; m. Dr. Jonathan W. Brooks, Norwich, Ct., 
had a large family, and later lived in Chicago. 
VI. John, b. 1817, lived in Chicago. 

SECTION 96. 

William Carj', son of Dr. Samuel, Sec. 52, b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 
28, 1783; in 1802 emigrated with his mother and brother Christopher 
to Cincinnati, O., and bought a farm at the head of Main Street, where 
he lived till 1814, when he sold his 32 acres in Cincinnati, and settled 
on Section 30, Millcreek Township, later called College Hill, where 
he resided until his death, Mar. 25, 1862. He represented Hamilton 
Co. in the Legislature of 1824-5, ^^^^ was an active supporter of the 
Canal Bill, and the Free School Law of Ohio. He was remarkable 
for his amiability of disposition, purity of character, public spirit and 
benevolence; was for many years an Elder in the Presbyterian Church, 
and a frequent representative to the General Assembly ; he originated 
the churches at Mt. Pleasant and College Hill ; endowed a Professor- 
ship in Farmer's College, and was a patron of all the benevolent enter- 
prises of the day. He m. Rebecca, dau. of Roswell and Deborah 
Fenton, Jan. 8, 1809, and d. in the full assurance of a blessed immor- 
tality. 
Children: 

I. Freeman Grant, b. April 7, 1810. Sec. 199. 
II. William Woodward, b. Feb. 23, 1812. Sec. 200. 

III. Samuel Fenton, b. Feb. 18, 1814. Sec. 201. 

SECTION 97. 

Josiah Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 53, b. Haddam, Ct., Jan. 16, 1761 ; 
m. Lydia Clark, 1783, lived in Middle Haddam, and followed the 
Coasting trade, and d. April 14, 1797. 

Children : 

I. Charlotte, b. May 30, 1784; m. Mr. Loomis. 
II. Nancy, b. Aug. 11, 1787; m. Mr. Annable. 

III. Josiah, b. Jan. 23, 1791. Sec. 202. 

IV. Hannah, b. June 19, 1793 ; m. Mr. Bumphrey. 
V. Lydia, b. June 26, 1795; m. Mr. Skinner. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 147 

SECTION 97-A. 

Moses Gary, son of Moses, Sec. 53-A ; m. ist, Sophronia Clark; 
m. 2d, Betsey Squires, and lived at Fort Edward, N. Y. 
Children : 

I. Clara, d. unm. 
II. Ebenezer, m. Lucinda Southard, and had ten children. 

III. Moses, m. ist. Miss Clark; m. 2d, . 

IV. Annis, m. Benjamin Durkee, and had four children. 
V. Daniel Clark. Sec. 202-A. 

VI. Elizabeth. 

VII. Zina, d. unm. 

VIII. Russell, was run over in early life; an invalid ever after. 

IX. Harvey, d. in infancy. 

X. Roswell, d. unm. 

XI. Walter, d. unm. 

XII. Lucy, m. Harris Hotchkiss. 

XIII. , d. in infancy. 

XIV. , d. in infancy. 

XV. Horace, m. unkn. 

XVI. Anson, m. unkn. 
XVII. Charles, m. unkn. 
XVIII. Jane. 
XIX. Harriet, m. James Weston. 

XX. Emily, m. Joseph Barrell. 
XXI. Maria, m. Mr. Gofif. 

SECTION 98. 

Henry Lucius Cary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 54, b. Windham, Ct., 
Oct. 18, 1769; m. Mary Harris, Sept. 7, 1812; d. May 3, 1848, leaving 
one son 

I. Lucius Henry, who m. in Norwich, Ct., and had one child. 

SECTION 99. 

Eleazer Cary, son of Nathaniel, Sec. 55, b. Windham, Ct., Dec. 
14, 1769; he was a Goldsmith and resided in Windham most of his 
life, and thence removed to Norwich ; he was a Musician, was specially 
skilled in playing the violin, and was widely known as "Eleazer the 
Fiddler." He m. Matilda, dau. of John Parish, Nov. 23, 1791, and d. 
Nov. 8, 1820; his widow d. at Willimantic, Ct., Nov. 10, 1845. 



148 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Thomas Storrs, b. Mar. 21, 1792; d. unm. 1823. 
II. Lucia, b. Jan. 2, 1794; d. in infancy. 

III. Lucia, b. June 16, 1795 ; m. ist, Samuel Welch, and had three 
children ; m. 2d, William Russell, and had three children ; she 
lived in Buffalo, N. Y. 

IV. Harriet, b. Dec. 29, 1799; m. Oliver Lathrop, lived at Willi- 
mantic, and had two children. 

V. Lydia, b. 1803 ; m. ist, Mr. Ware, of Hartford, Ct., and had two 
children ; m. 2d, Mr. Gardner, and had one child, and lived 
at Marydosia, 111. 
VI. Eleazer, b. 181 1. Sec. 203. 

SECTION 99-A. 

Eunice Gary, dau. of Olivet, Sec. 57, b. Lempster, N. H., Aug. 17, 
1793; m. Amasa Loveridge (b. Dec. 27, 1787, Deerfield, Mass.), Jan. 
12, 1815, at Lempster; about 1816 removed to near Buffalo, N. Y., 
and d. Mar. 4, 1870, at Buffalo. 

Their son, Dr. Edson Dexter Loveridge, b. Oct. 25, 1818, Con- 
cord, N. Y., m. Susanna Bodine Pierson, dau. of Paul Pierson 
and Temperance Woodruff of Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 26, 1841, 
and d. at Buffalo, Jan. 12, 1902. 

Their dau.. May Louisa Loveridge, b. July, 1842, Buffalo, N. 
Y., m. Lawrence Woodruff Halsey, Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., 
Dec. 26, 1866. 

Their dau. Louisa Ketchem Halsey, b. July 14, 1868, Osh- 
kosh, Wis., m. Philo Clark Darrow, Western Springs, 
111., and had two children. 

SECTION 100. 

Olivet Cary, son of Olivet, Sec. 57, b. Lempster, N. H., Nov. 6, 
1810; m. Mehitabel Keyes, of Ackworth, N. H., Dec. 27, 1837, and 
lived at Ackworth. 

Children : 

I. Chester E., b. Mar. 11, 1839; a Printer at Montpelier, Vt. 
II. Georgiana, b. Nov. 20, 1841 ; m. Dr. S. M. Dinsmore of 

Antrim, N. H., Sept. 11, 1862. 
III. Frank Pierce, b. 1848; a Dentist at Terre Haute, Ind. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 149 

SECTION 101. 

Alden Gary, son of Elliott, Sec. 58, b. Lempster, N. H., July 7, 
1801; d. Aug. 30, 1891, and had lived 81 years on the same farm; at 
the age of 21 he was baptized by Rev. Wilbur Fisk, and from that 
time till his death was an esteemed member of the Methbdist Epis- 
copal Church ; a reader and patron of Zion's Herald from its origin, 
abreast of the times in general intelligence; substantial, judicious, 
earnest, liberal, and faithful, retaining his ofificial standing to the last, 
he exerted a helpful influence of more than ordinary potency. He 
m. Hannah B. Wellman, Lempster, Dec. 30, 1824, who d. April 2, 
1891, a faithful member of the Church of her husband, a mother in 
Israel, and a helpmeet indeed. To these two saints of God, who lived 
in happy wedlock over 67 years, there were b. six children : 

I. Abigail Angeline, b. Sept. 18, 1826; m. Orson Gee, who d. 

Jan. 2, 1897; they had three children. 
II. Carlos A., b. Feb. 26, 1828; d. in youth. 

III. Wilson Wellman, b. Aug. 24, 1831; m. ist, Lucia P. Noyes, 
1850, who d. Mar. 18, 1859; m. 2d, Ellen Augusta Hubbard, 
Nov. 6, 1861. He is a manufacturer of wood-working ma- 
chinery, is an inventor, having taken out a dozen patents of 
various kinds ; a man greatly respected, and a long-time resi- 
dent of Lowell, Mass. They had 

I. Anna F., b. Mar. 9, 1865; m. Frank J. Sherwood, and had 
(i) Cary, b. Aug. 11, 1890. 

IV. Rufus J., b. July 2, 1833; m. ist, Elizabeth Gleason; m. 2d, 
Susan Dodge; in the boot and shoe trade, Ackworth, N. H. 

V. Francis C, b. Jan. 30, 1836; m. Hannah Larabee, had five 

children, and is a farmer in Rockingham, Vt. 
VI. Hannah T., b. Aug. 22, 1838; m. H. C. Giffen, Keene, N. H., 
1859, and had 

1. Fred. 

2. Etta Eudora, m. Marshall Dana, Mount Holly, Vt. ; they 
had 

(i) Marian G., grad. of Simmons College, Boston, 1909; 
teaching in Chicago. 

(2) Charles G. 

(3) Burton G. 

(4) Floyd G. 

(5) Merritt Marshall. 

(6) Doris Eudora. 



150 John Cary 

SECTION 102. 

William Cary, son of William, Sec. 59, b. Lempster, N. H., Feb. 
12, 1796; when 19 yea.rs old his father d. very suddenly, and he took 
the homestead, and by working the farm in summer and teaching in 
winter, paid off the heirs. He m. Sophia Hurd (b. Dec. 26, 1794; d. 
May 8, 1857), May 22, 1817; he was a man of commanding presence, 
being six feet and four inches in height; in the military service of 
the State he rose to be Major-General ; was Chairman of the Board 
of Selectmen for ten years, and in the Legislature in 1823-25 ; was 
on the Mounted Escort that received Lafayette at Concord in 1824. 
He removed his family to Amesbury, Mass., in 1832, and was neighbor 
and friend of the Poet, John Greenleaf Whittier, who once said to 
his son, Henry Grosvenor, "I wish we had some men in this village 
like thy father to stamp out this rum business." He d. May 18, 1856. 

Children: 

L William Addison, b. July 23, 1818. Sec. 204. 
n. Calthea Gilmore, b. Nov. 26, 1819; m. Francis C. Sweet, 
Amesbury, May 28, 1844; their son Frank was connected with 
the American Bank Note Co. for 20 years, and d. Dec. 8, 
1883, Cambridge, Mass. 
IIL Sophia Augusta, b. Sept. 13, 1821 ; d. 1840, Amesbury. 
IV. Milan Galusha, b. Nov. 20, 1823. Sec. 205. 
V. Augustus Celanus, b. Sept. 16, 1825. Sec. 206. 
VL Henry Grosvenor, b. Dec. 4, 1829. Sec. 206-A. 

SECTION 103. 

Byfield Cary, son of William, Sec. 59, b. Lempster, N. H., Nov. 
25, 1799; m. Hannah Mayo (b. Oct. 29, 1802), Nov. 20, 1823, Ackworth, 
N. H. ; removed to Ware, Mass., where he d. 1826; they had 

I. Permelia Rosamond, b. Sept. 24, 1824; m. ist, Emmons Rich- 
ardson, 1842; m. 2d, William Atwood, who d. Jan. 24, 1897; 
they had 

1. Rosetta Electa, b. 1846; m. Dean C. George, 1864; he d. 
Sept. 1898; they had 

(i) Charles Emmons, b. June 2, 1870. 
(2) Arthur Dean, b. Jan. 2, 1876. 

2. Ellen Maria, b. April 10, 1852; m. William P. Chamber- 
lain, Mar. 16, 1897, and had 

(I) Elma L., b. Nov. 26, 1857; d. 1893. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 151 

(2) Emons W., b. Nov. 26, 1857; m. ist, Nellie Bosworth, 
1878; m. 2d, Dora Lang-, 1892; m. 3d, Belle Totten, 
1901 ; they had 

1. Grace Elma, b. July 7, 1881. 

2. Dorris E., b. Mar. 7, 1894. 

3. Norma T., b. Feb. 24, 1908. 

SECTION 104. 

Harvey H. Cary, son of William, Sec. 59, b. Lempster, N. H., 
May ID, 1802; m. Mary Barnum, May 12, 1825, Ackworth, N. H., 
and had two children there; went West about 1850; he d. 1878, Union 
City, Mich. 

Children : 

I. Lucy Ann, b. July 5, 1828; m. and lived in Wisconsin. 
IL Lucia Emily, b. July 15, 1836; m. William Hibb, had three 
children, and lived in Iowa. 

SECTION 105. 

John Melville Cary, son of William, Sec. 59, b. Lempster, N. H., 
June 12, 1810; was a machinist, and d. May 11, 1884, Amesbury, Mass.; 
m. Susan Dart (b. Nov. 29, 1812; d. Nov. 4, 1870), Oct. 17, 1832, 
Guilford, N. H. ; m. 2d, Mrs. Almira Elliott (Johnson) Devine (b. Feb. 
7, 1831; d. Mar. 10, 1903). 

Children: 

I. Ellen Fisher, b. Oct. 4, 1834; m. Cyrus L. Shepard, Mar. 18, 
1857; d. Aug. 27, 1858; they had 

I. Ellen S., who m. John N. Hughes, Mar. 18, 1882, and had 
six children. 
II. William Henry, b. April i, 1846, and was a wood-worker; 
m. Emaline Fozzard, May 10, 1871 ; he d. Dec. 31, 1878; they 
had 

1. Emma Louise, b. Jan. 24, 1874. 

2. Susie Amelia, b. April 18, 1875. 

SECTION 105-A. 

John Cary, son of John, Sec. 60-A, b. Belcher, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1793, 
on the farm bought by his father in 1783 ; his boyhood and youth 
were spent in helping clear up this farm, together with the usual work 
that comes to the sons of Pioneers. Conditions were narrow, but in- 



152 John Cary 

telligent parents and fraternal love made the most of these. In the 
War of 1812-14 he was a private in the West Hebron Company, which 
was attached to the Hebron and Salem Regiment ; in the Campaign 
of Plattsburg, his Company was on a slow-going sloop on the way 
to the battle, but was not engaged as were two of his brothers. In 
181 5 he bought of John Hornby a farm of no acres in Perry, Genesee 
Co., N. Y., which, after the division became Wyoming Co. ; in 1822 
he sold this to his brother George, and he returned to care for his 
father, and the home farm came to him by will. The winter of 181 5-16 
was spent in teaching school in the home District. In the State militia 
he became a Sergeant in 1816, and an Ensign in 1817. Like his an- 
cestor, John Cary, he was elected a Constable of the town of Hebron 
in 1820-21. He m. Catherine, dau. of Seth and Anne (Smith) Cooley 
of Salem, N. Y., who was a descendant in the sixth generation of 
Benjamin Cooley, who in 1646, at the age of twenty-four, was a Select- 
man of Springfield, Mass. Six children grew up and all were married. 
He d. Sept. 19, 1865, and she d. 1869. 
Children : 

I. Matthew, b. Dec. 28, 1823 ; d. in infancy. 
II. Susanna, b. Sept. 2, 1825; m. John Gould, Jan. i, 1852; d. 
Jan. 14, 1854; they had 

I. Katie S., b. April 7, 1853; m. Selden O. Swain, and live at 
Creston, 111. ; they had 
(i) Blanche Cramer, b. Mar. 29, 1880; m. Bert G. Rees, 

Jan. 17, 1906. 
(2) Charles R., b. May 4, 1883; d. July 3, 1897. 
III. Anna Cooley, b. May 2, 1829; m. Joseph Merithew, Hartford, 
N. Y. (b. Dec. 8, 1823 ; d. April 4, 1902), Nov. 8, 1854, and had 

1. Ira J., b. Sept. 18, 1857; m. Emma Northrup, Dec. 25, 1883, 
and had 

(i) E. Northrup, b. May 20, 1886. 
(2) Mabel E., b. July 3, 1890. 

2. Hiram Rogers, b. Dec. 11, 1859. 

3. Edward S., b. Dec. 18, 1861 ; m. Annie L. Haynes of Mid- 
dletown, Vt., Sept. i, 1897, and had 

(i) Grace Geneva, b. Aug. 9, 1898. 

(2) Clifford H., b. April 29, 1901. 

(3) Ruth Irene, b. Oct. 9, 1909. 

4. Sarah J., b. June 8, 1868; m. Charles Chapman, and had 
(i) Valeta A., b. June 28, 1892. 

(2) John J., b. Aug. 28, 1895. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 153 

IV. Isaac J., b. Aug. 15, 1831 ; d. Dec. 3, 1868; m. ist, Martha 
Jane Donaldson, Jan. i, 1856, who d. Sept. 27, 1858; m. 2d, 
Mary Graham, Jan. i, 1861 ; they had 

1. Henrietta, who d. Oct. 3, 1874. 

2. John Graham, b. Feb. 14, 1862; m. A. Belle Farwell, Nov. 
II, 1885, and had 

(i) Anna Graham, b. July 10, 1890. 

(2) Ray, who d. in infancy. 

(3) Mary Farwell, b. Mar. 16, 1894. 

3. Samuel R., b. May 23, 1863; m. Miss Dinning, Nov. 19, 
1902, and had 

(i) Marion, b. April 19, 1904. 
V. Mary Jane, b. Dec. 10, 1834; m. William Day, Jan. 15, 1856; 

d. May 31, 1857. 
VI. Calrinda Bliss, b. Feb. 14, 1836; d. Feb. 13, 1910; m. Edward 
L. Coy, Sept. 21, 1858; he was b. April 4, 1831, and was for 
18 years a breeder of Ayrshire cattle ; and for 13 years paid 
attention to the Holstein-Friesian breed; he also originated 
18 varieties of the potato, all of which became standard in 
some section ; he raised more than a half million pounds of 
cucumber seed, and for two years the Department of Agri- 
culture employed him to establish the type of the 250 varieties 
of the cucumber that were tested. They had 

1. Charles Herbert, b. July 26, 1859, and is following the Seed 
business; m. Amelia S. Madison, Dec. 27, 1882, and had 
(i) Howard Winfield. 

2. Seth Willard, M. D., b. May 28, 1863, a Physician in East 
Boston; m. Grace M. Capen, Mar. 17, 1892, and had 

(i) Edward L., b. Jan. 25, 1894. 
(2) Ralph, b. Oct. 31, 1899. 

3. Ida Belle, b. Sept. 13, 1865; m. J. B. Sievwright, who is 
in business in New York City, June 19, 1889, and had 

(i) Ruth, b. Feb. 3, 1891. 

(2) Clara May, b. May 3, 1898. 

4. Mabel, b. Aug. 28, 1873 ; d. Jan. 10, 1895. 
VII. Seth Cooley, b. June i, 1838. Sec. 206-B. 

SECTION 106. 

Samuel Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 61, b. Providence, R. I., Aug. 18, 
1766; m. Elizabeth Cornwall, Beekman, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Sept. 25, 
1791, and settled at Rensselaerville, N. Y., then to Albany, where they 



154 John Cary 

remained till 1830, when they removed to Bethlehem, N. Y. In early 
life he joined the Society of Friends, and he and his wife became most 
acceptable Preachers, and were in the habit of attending many Yearly 
Meetings. They lived blameless and eminently useful lives, adorning 
the doctrine they professed. The savor of their good names, and the 
influence of their example and precept were widely felt and acknowl- 
edged. As their lives were exemplary, they died peaceful and triumph- 
ant; she d. Mar. 8, 1842, and he Feb. 16, 1845. Their Memoirs were 
published and widely circulated. 

Children : 

I. Ruth, b. Jan. 10, 1793; d. in infancy. 
II. Albert, b. Feb. 23, 1794; d. in 1831. 

III. Abel, b. Nov. 12, 1795; d. in childhood. 

IV. Deborah, b. Nov. 18, 1797; d. in infancy. 

V. Rhoda, b. Sept. 6, 1799; m. Isaac Page. 1821 ; d. 1848. 
VI. Joseph, b. Jan. 30, 1802. Sec. 207. 
VII. Mary, b. Mar. 20, 1804; d. in childhood. 
VIII. David H., b. Nov. 7, 1806; m. Miss Hyde, 1833, and lived in 
Albany. ^ 

IX. Maria, b. May 24, 1809; m. Isaac B. Briggs, Nov. 11, 1832. 
X. Samuel, b. May 7, 1812; m. Jane March, Chester Co., Pa., 

1840; lived at Albany. 
XI. Isaac H., b. May 7, 1812. Sec. 208. 
XII. George, b. Nov. 30, 1814. Sec. 209. 

SECTION 107. 

Dr. Joseph Cary, son of Joseph, Sec. 61, b. Plainfield, Ct., Aug. 18, 
1773 ; m. Ruby Ann Eaton, Killingly, Ct., and settled in Coventry, 
R. I. He was an eminent Physician, and d. May 15, 1815. 

Children : 

I. Cynthia, b. Feb. 12, 1798; m. Samuel Mowry, and d. 1823. 
II. Albigense Waldo, b. May 23, 1801. Sec. 209-A. 

III. Jeremiah E., b. April 30, 1803. Sec. 210. 

IV. Aurelius A., b. May 20, 1806; settled in Granville, N. Y. 

V. Betsey Matilda, b. July 31, 1809; m. Daniel Horton, Adrian, 

Michigan. 
VI. Alfred X., b. Mar. 28, 1811. Sec. 211. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 155 

SECTION 108. 

Darius H. Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 6i, b. Plainfield, Ct., Mar. 24, 
1777, and removed to Richfield, N. Y. ; m. Patty Whitney, 1803, and 
d. 1863. 
Children : 

I. Emeline, b. 1803; d. 1805. 
II. Emeline, b. 1806; m. Benjamin P. Jones, 1830. 

III. Josiah Whitney, b. 1808. Sec. 212. 

IV. and V. A son and daughter, b. 1810; d. in infancy. 
VI. Theodore, b. 1812; d. 1827. 

VII. Susan E., b. 1815; m. Isaac Gage, 1849. 
VIII. Edwin, b. 1817. Sec. 213. 
IX. Laura, b. 1820; d. 1867. 
X. Lucy M., b. 1823; m. Mr. Judd, Cherry Valley, N. Y., 1846. 

SECTION 109. 
William Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 61, b. Plainfield, Ct., April 12, 
1779; removed to New York, and m. Lydia Trask, at Paris, N. Y., 
1805 ; d. at Mohawk, N. Y., 1854. 
Children : 

I. Joseph, b. 1807. Sec. 214. 

II. Hannah T., b. 1809; m. ist, A. Burpee, 1837; m. 2d, R. Brow- 
nell, 1855. 

III. Alfred, b. 1813; m. Zilpha Snow, 1833, and lived at Fort Plain, 
New York. 

IV. Harriet A., b. 1815. 

V. William H., b. 1816. Sec. 215. 
VI. George W., b. 1819. Sec. 216. 

VII. Charles Jerome, b. 1821 ; m. Elizabeth Gardener, 1857, who d. 
1857; he lived in Milwaukee, Wis. 

SECTION 110. 

Ezra Cary, son of Joseph, Sec. 61, b. Plainfield, Ct., Aug. 25, 1785; 
m. and removed to Richfield, N. Y., where he died. 
Children : 

I. Ezra. 

II. Eliza; m. W^illiam H. Hanna. 
III. Zeneah; m. Mr. Eddy. 



156 John Gary 

IV. Abigail. 

V. Albert, Norwich, N. Y. 
VI. Alanson, Troy, N. Y. 

SECTION 111. 

Dr. William Gary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 62, b. Beekman, N. Y., 
Nov. 22, 1769; studied medicine, and was a distinguished man and 
Physician ; settled at Half Moon, Saratoga Co., N. Y., and was a wor- 
thy and exemplary Preacher in the Society of Friends for more than 
thirty years. He m. ist, Ruth Sweet, Jan. 11, 1793; m. 2d, Hannah 
Cook, May 29, 1811; m. 3d, Keziah Jackson, Nov. 17, 1826. He d. 
Nov. 23, 1845. 

Children : 

I. Matilda, b. Sept. 23, 1794; m. Thomas M. Southwick, May 29, 

1814; lived in New York City. 
II. Seth B., b. Mar. 30, 1796; d. in infancy. 

III. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 5, 1797. Sec. 217. 

IV. Lucius, b. May 9, 1799. Sec. 218. 
V. Jervis, b. May 23, 1801. Sec. 219. 

VI. Milton, b. Sept. 6, 1803; was in business in New York City. 

VII. Maria, b. Oct. 12, 1805; m. Henry Fowler, June 15, 1824, and 

had five children, one of whom lives at Mechanicsville, N. Y. 

VIII. Katherine, b. Oct. 28. 1806; m. David Devoll, May 6, 1824, and 

had seven children ; he was a minister among the Friends, and 

lived at Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

IX. Lydia, b. Oct. i, 1808; d. young. 

X. William, b. Aug. 23, 1813; m. Maria Sherman; was in the 

Legislature, and in the New York Custom House for years. 

XL Ruth, b. June i, 1816; m. ist, Andrew Holmes, and 2d, Rufus 

Hazzard, Ferrisburg, Vt. 
XII. Isaac, b. Jan. 15, 1818. Sec. 220. 
XIII. Charles Jackson, b. Oct. 19, 1827; d. in young manhood. 

SECTION 112. 

Taylor Cary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 62, b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., 
Mar. 3, 1773; m. Betty Langdon, 1794, and settled in Clinton, Sara- 
toga Co., for a time as a weaver, and removed to Vernon, Oneida Co., 
on a farm, and d. Oct. 26, 1853, at Lysander, N. Y. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 157 

Children : 

I. John, b. 1796; d. 1799. 
II. Lucy, b. May 9, 1798; d. 1817, Vernon, N. Y. 

III. Maria, b. Jan. 18, 1801 ; m. EHas Cox, April 7, 1825, and had 
four children at Lysander, N. Y. 

IV. William, b. July 12, 1803. Sec. 221. 
V. Hepzibah, b. 1805 ; d. in infancy. 

VI. Louisa, b. Jan. 7, 1808; m. Ira Mattison, Jan., 1825; removed 

to Worthington, O., where she d. April 14, 1838. 
VII. John, b. Mar. 20, 1810. Sec. 222. 
VIII. Electa J., b. Feb. 8, 1814; m. Samuel Alden, 1835, Lysander. 
New York. 
IX. Elizabeth, b. April 2, 1817; m. Anson Smith, Feb. 17, 1835, 
Vernon, N. Y. 

SECTION 113. 

Dr. Egbert Gary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 62, b. Dutchess Co., N. Y., 
April 12, 1789; m. Tamar Flagler, 1813; was a Physician, and a mem- 
ber of the Legislature in 1827; lived on the old homestead, and d. 1862. 

Children: 

I. Sophia, b. 1814; m. George Wilkinson, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
II. Phebe, b. 1815; m. D. H. Piatt, District of Columbia. 

III. Cecillia, b. 1818; m. Thomas J. Doughty, Eden, Wis. 

IV. Matilda, b. 1820; m. William S. Coggshall, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
V. Ebenezer, b. 1822. Sec. 223. 

VI. Philip F., b. 1826. 
VII. Tamar, b. 1829. 
VIII. DeWitt Clinton, b. 1833; m. and lived in Washington, D. C. 

SECTION 114. 

Sturges Cary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 62, b. Beekman, N. Y., July 
25, 1794; m. 1st, Sarah Flagler, Dec. 17, 1818, who d. April 11, 1836, 
Beekman, N. Y., he moved to Binghamton, N. Y., in 1837; m. 2d, Mrs. 
Hannah A. Gray, Feb. 27, 1841, who d. May 5. 1898, Binghamton, 
N. Y., he d. May 25, 1878. 

Children: 

I. Solomon Flagler, b. Oct. 9, 1820. Sec. 224. 
II. Cornelia Flagler, b. June 5, 1822; d. Nov. 21, 1898; m. Tracy 
R. Morgan, 1839, and had 



158 John Cary 

1. Jennie, who m. Wallace B. Hallock, and had 

(i) Cornelia, who m. Charles Partridge, Montclair, N. J. 

2. Sarah A. ; m. David L. Brownson. 

3. Loraine T. ; m. Sarah Lee. 

III. Cynthia A., b. Feb. 12, 1824; d. 1851. 

IV. Oliver Aikin, b. June 3, 1827. Sec. 225. 
V. Phebe, b. May 10, 1829; d. in infancy. 

VI. Jairies Sturges, b. June 12, 1833 ; Manufacturer at Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. ; m. Elizabeth Littlefair, July 12, 1862, and had 

1. Mary Littlefair, b. May 3, 1865; d. in childhood. 

2. Ralph Stuart, b. Aug. 19, 1866, Binghamton, N. Y. 

3. Fanny Brovi^nson, b. July 6, 1870; m. Frederick Denton 
Weed, Oct. 18, 1895, and had 

(i) Elizabeth Littlefair. 
(2) Louise Denton. 

4. Frederick James, b. May 18, 1872 ; d. in childhood. 
VII. Abel De Forest, b. Dec. 22, 1842 ; d. in childhood. 

VIII. Abigail, b. 1844; d. in childhood. 

IX. Andrew S., b. Mar. 6, 1846, Binghamton, N. Y. ; m. Hannah 
Ann Shaw, and had 

I. Andrew Shaw; m. Catherine Barker, and had 
(i) Douglass V. 

(2) Dr. L. B. Cary, Douglass, Ariz. 
X. Charles H., b. Nov. 12, 1849; m. Louise S. Teal, June 28, 
1876; d. Oct. 9, 1894; they had 

1. Helen L., b. June i, 1877; m. Frank H. Henghlen, June 26, 
1899, Quincy, 111. 

2. Charles H., b. June 13, 1879. 

3. Mabel E., b. May 17, 1881 ; m. Walter C. Clark, Aug. 16, 
1905, and had 

(i) Helen Louise, b. Feb. 24, 1907, Minneapolis, Minn. 

SECTION 115. 

Johnson Cary, son of Nathan, Sec. 63, b. Wyoming Valley, Pa., 
Mar. 5, 1783 ; removed with the family to Steuben Co., N. Y., 1790; m. 
Susan Bassett, Aug. 26, 1807; was a farmer and inn-keeper, a quiet 
man and esteemed citizen, and d. 1862, Arkport, N. Y. 
Children : 

I. Jane; m. Lewis W. Dey, and d. 1835. 
II. Mary Ann, b. June 22, 1813 ; m. William H. Hurlbut, June 26, 
1839; lived in Elgin, 111., and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 159 

1. William. 

2. Avery. 

III. Elizabeth, b. June 5, 1815; m. Calvin J. Reynolds, M. D., 
March, 1836; lived at Cuba, N. Y., and had 

1. Caroline, b. Mar. 13, 1838; m. Malcom L. Nash, Sept. 26, 
1856; she d. Mar. 10, 1900, and he d. Oct. 12, 1900; they had 
(i) Susan J., b. May 19, 1858; d. in infancy. 

(2) Charles White, b. Mar. 22, 1862; m. ist, Catherine 
Hufstader, May 3, 1884, who d. Nov. 14, 1901 ; m. 2d, 
Frances Tupper, April 6, 1904; they had 

I. Robert Cary, b. Dec. 19, 1886; m. Esther Baker, 
Sept. 21, 1908, and live at Mechanicsville, N. Y. 

(3) John C, b. Aug. 17, 1863 ; d. 1903. 

2. Mary; m. Rufus Hufstader, Hornel, N. Y. 

IV. Susan, b. July 16, 1822; m. William T. Hurlbut, Oct. 13, 1849; 
lived in Arkport, N. Y., and had 

1. Martha E. 

2. Caroline P. 

3. Charles Henry. 

V. Caroline, b. July 21, 1824; m. William S. Babbitt, M. D., Dec. 
15, 1847; settled at Olean, N. Y., 1859, and had 

1. Clarence. 

2. Caroline. 

SECTION 116. 

Eleazer Cary, son of Nathan, Sec. 63, b. Hanover, Wyoming Val- 
ley, Pa., July 8, 1786; m. ist, Frances Slocum, who was the grandniece 
of Frances Slocum, the "lost daughter of Wyoming;" m. 2d, Mrs. Re- 
becca D. Chapman. He was highly respected in the city of Wilkes- 
Barre, where he resided all his life ; was an Alderman, and familiarly 
known as 'Squire Cary ; he d. Jan. 22, 1853. 

Children : 

I. Frances ; m. Peter Osterhout, Tunkhannock, Pa. 
II. Rhoda S. 
III. Douglass ; m. Letitia Scott, Wayne, Pa., and had 

1. Lucy; d. young. 

2. Frances. 

3. Mary Scott; m. Herman Wendell, and had 
(i) Douglass Cary, b. about 1895. 



160 John Cary 

SECTION 117. 

William Cary, son of Nathan, Sec. 63, b. Wyoming Valley, Pa., 
Feb. 8, 1791 ; m. Peniah Rodman, and lived near Wilkes-Barre, where 
he d. 1825. 

Children : 

I. Eleazer; became an eminent Physician, Perry, 111. 
II. Ruth; m. 1st, Calvin Stearnes; m. 2d, Jesse Gibbs, West Al- 
mond, N. Y. 

III. Jane. 

IV. Maria; m. Rev. Peter R. Rook, and had 

1. Belle. 

2. Eleazer. 

SECTION 118. 

Christopher Cary, son of Nathan, Sec. 63, b. Arkport, N. Y., June 
20, 1794; m. Mary Sylvester, and lived highly respected and honored; 
d. Jan. I, 1844. 

Children : 

I. Charles, b. Nov. 15, 1829; m. Anna Mitchell, and lived at 

Olean, N. Y., an esteemed citizen and an able lawyer. 
II. Ruth, b. 1831 ; d. at 16. 

III. Johnson, b. July 2, 1833; m. Mary Hulbert, Livonia, N. Y., 
and had two children. 

IV. Mary Jane, b. Nov. i, 1835 ; m. Benjamin F. Wiggins, Dentist, 
Hornel, N. Y., and had. 

1. Clarence. 

2. Ida. 

V. Hubbard Griswold, b. Dec. 31, 1835; d. Mar. 12, 1900. In the 
Civil War he was Captain in 136th New York; was patriotic, 
a kind father, and a Christian gentleman ; m. Mary Eliza Hul- 
bert (now living at Livonia, N. Y.), May 27, 1856, and had 

1. Darwin Edward, M. D., b. Nov. 15, 1857; m. Ella D. Peck; 
live at Rochester, N. Y. 

2. Nellie Estelle, b. April 7, 1859; m. J. Russell Stone, May 
18, 1881, and had 

(i) J. Albert, b. June 9, 1886. 

(2) Mabel, b. June 16, 1889. 

(3) Raymond, b. Sept. 22, 1896. 

3. Hubbard Irving, b. Jan. 2, 1869; m. Belle Brown; live in 
Chicago, and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 161 

(i) Marion, b. Oct. 25, 1896. 

(2) Doris, b. Jan. 31, 1898. 

(3) Winnifred, b. Sept. 17, 1904. 

4. Mary Alice, b. July 5, 1872; Livonia, N. Y. 

5. Charles Hulbert, b. Mar. 4, 1876; m. Alta Carman, 1895; 
live at Livonia, N. Y., and had 

(i) Miriam, b. Feb. 2, 1897. 

(2) Ethel, b. Mar. 8, 1901. 

(3) Charles, b. Jan. 25, 1903. 

(4) Charlotte, b. Oct. 25, 1905. 
VL John, b. June i, 1840, and d. at 21. 

SECTION 118-A. 

John Abbott Gary, son of Benjamin, Sec. 63-C, b. on the old home- 
stead, 1808; m. Polly Bennett, dau. of Nathan, son of Ishmael Bennett, 
who came to Hanover from Connecticut, and one of the original set- 
tlers. He lived in Ashley most of his life, held various offices of 
trust, and was highly esteemed; he was a musician, and spent much of 
his time in his last days with his favorite violin. 

Children : 

I. Hiram, b. Feb. 14, 1832; m. Susan Zeigler, Jan. 28, 1858, 
whose ancestors were old settlers in Northampton County, 
and her father, Frederick, was in the War of 1812-14. He 
was much respected in Wilkes-Barre, where he d. July 29, 
1898; they had 

1. May Almeda, b. Jan. 19, 1859; m. Andrew C. Smith 
(grandson of Capt. Ephraim, who was a soldier and sailor 
in the Revolution), Jan. 13, 1881 ; Mrs. Smith is the His- 
torian of the Eleazer Cary line, and has published a book 
on the family ; they had 

(i) Harriet Olivet b. Sept. 28, 1882; d. 1896. 

(2) Fannie Mae, b. July 19, 1883. 

(3) Andrew David, b. May 22, 1885 ; d. in infancy. 

(4) Adaline, b. Oct. 4, 1889; d. in infancy. 

(5) Helen; d. in infancy. 

(6) Ripple Cary, b. July 25, 1891. - 

(7) Alice Cary, b. April 11, 1896. 

2. W. Franklin ; d. at 23. 

3. J. Eugene, b. Oct. 3, 1862; m. Clara Kreuger. 

4. Emma. 



162 John Gary 

5. Edwin Henry. 

6. Elizabeth; m. ist, John Cox; m. 2d, Peter Wagner; she d. 
Mar. 24, 1908. 

7. Rebecca E. ; m. D. V. Thomas. 

8. William ; d. at 19. 

9. Daisey ; d. in infancy. 
ID. Frederick; d. in youth. 

II. Susan, b. 1834; m. ist, Henry Stein; m. 2d, F. S. Waldeck. 

III. Sarah; m. Christian Leaser. 

IV. Jane; m. Charles Lehr. 
V. Charles. 

VI. Stewart ; m. Mary McCuan. 
VII. John; m. Mary Smith. 
VIII. Nathan. 

SECTION 119. 

Cephus Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 64, b. in New Jersey, 1775 ; went 
with his father when a child to Western Pennsylvania, thence to Ohio 
in 1790, stopping for a time on the Ohio River near Wheeling, West 
Virginia, and thence to the wilderness of Shelby County, where he 
lived at Sidney till his death at the age of 94. He m. ist, Jane Wil- 
liamson, and had nine children; m. 2d, Rhoda Jerard, and had seven 
children; m. 3d, Elizabeth Mendenhall. 

Children : 

I. Lydia, b. Jan. 23, 18.04; rn- John Mullinger. 
II. John W., b. Jan. 3, 1805. Sec. 226. 

III. William A., b. Jan. 9, 1806. Sec. 227. 

IV. Nancy W., b. June 16, 1807; m. William C. Dills. 
V. Drusilla, b. Oct. 26, 1808; m. Marcellus Withers. 

VI. David, b. Jan. 22, 1810. Sec. 228. 
VII. Thomas M., b. Dec. 16, 1812. Sec. 229. 
VIII. Jeremiah, b. June 7, 1814. Sec. 230. 
IX. Benjamin W., b. Oct. i, 1816. Sec. 231. 
X. Stephen C, b. April 12, 1818; accidentally killed in youth. 
XI. Sallie A., b. Nov. 20, 1820; m. Thomas Stevenson, Sidney, O. 
XII. Simeon B., b. Dec. 20, 1822. Sec. 232. 

XIII. Mary T., b. April 4, 1824. 

XIV. Harvey G., b. Aug. 18, 1826. Sec. 233. 

XV. Jason S., b. Nov. 28, 1828; m. Ada Smith, 1857; their two 

children d. in infancy. 
XVI. Milton T., b. July 22, 1831. Sec. 234. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 163 

SECTION 120. 

George Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 64, b. Gurnsey Co., O., 1793; m. 
and settled in Madison Co., O., and d. 1873 in Richland Co., O. 
Children : 

I. Henry Shorer, b. June 8, 1816. Sec. 235. 

II. Simon Baker, b. Oct., 1817; m. Lncy Ann Marks, Jan., 1847, 
and lived at Marion, Ind. 

III. John Bradford, b. Aug., 1823 ; d. Mar. 4, 1863, Lewis, la. ; m. 
Mary Crosswait, Dec, 1858, and had 

1. Jennie, b. Mar. 29, i860. 

2. Jessie, b. Jan., 1862; d. in childhood. 

IV. George Washington, b. 1826; m. and lived in Lexington, O. 
These four brothers were giants in strength, and together 
weighed over 1,000 pounds. 

V. Sarah A. ; m. Mr. Pratt, Quincy, O. 

SECTION 121. 

Thomas Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 65, b. Bridgewater, 1771 ; m. Sallie 
Packard, Mar. 4, 1798, and settled at Enfield, Mass., where he resided 
till his death in 1855, aged 84 years. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. 1799; m. J. P. Stearnes, Boston, Mass. 
II. Lemuel P., b. 1801 ; m. and removed to Princeton, III.; had a 
son, who d. in 1861. 

III. Ezra, b. 1803. Sec. 236. 

IV. Cynthia, b. 1805 ; d. 1862, Enfield, Mass. 
V. Volina, b. 1807. 

VI. Edward, b. 1809. Sec. 237. 
VII. Zecheriah, b. 1811. 
VIII. Rufus, b. Mar. 14, 1813. Sec. 238. 
IX. Aurelia, b. 1817; m. Mr. Brooks. 
X. Maria F., b. 1822. 

SECTION 122. 
Zachary Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 65, b. Bridgewater, 1773; went 

with parents to Turner, Me.; m. Newhall, 1800; accidentally 

killed while raising a building, 1809. 
Children : 

I. Zachary, b. 1801. Sec. 239. 



164 John Gary 

II. David, b. 1803, and lived at Fall River, Mass. 

III. Ezra, b. 1804; d. in Philadelphia, Pa. 

IV. Thomas, b. 1807. Sec. 240. 

V. Eliza, b. 1809; m. Lewis Barry, in Florida, 1832. 

SECTION 123. 
Ezra Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 65, b. Turner Me., 1780; m. Lois Sta- 
ples, and resided on a farm in Turner till his death in 1853. 
Children : 

I. Salmon, b. 1804. Sec. 241. 
II. Seth, b. 1805. Sec. 242. 

III. Daniel, b. 1806. Sec. 243. 

IV. Ezra, b. 1808; d. unm. 
V. Thomas, b. 1810; d. unm. 

VI. Elvira, b. 1812; m. William Bradford. 
VII. Lois, b. 1814. 
VIII. Isabel, b. 1816. 
IX. Cynthia, b. 1818. 

X. Eunice, b. 1820; m. Mr. Davis, Lisbon, Me. 
XI. Lydia, b. 1822. 
XII. Clara, b. 1824; m. Daniel Teague, Turner, Me. 

SECTION 124. 
John Sheperd Cary, son of Ezra, Sec. 65, b. Turner, Me., 1790; 
bought a farm in Leeds, Me., where he lived and died; m. 1st, Miss 
Lane, who d. 1826; m. 2d, the widow of Gen. Bolster, Paris, Me., who 
had one child ; he was a Deacon in the Baptist church, and a prominent 
and influential citizen. 
Children : 

I. John; lived in New York. 
II. James; d. at 20. 

III. Ormond; d. 1852. 

IV. Henry, b. 1830; lived in Franklin Co., Me. 

SECTION 125. 

Bethuel Cary, son of Ezra, Sec. 65, b. Turner, Me., 1793 ; m. Lucy 
Robinson, 1817, and lived at East Sumner, Me. 
Children : 

I. Lucy Ann, b. 1818; m. Eleazer Ellis, 1836. 
II. William, b. 1820. Sec. 244. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 165 

III. Benjamin F., b. 1822. Sec. 245. 

IV. Bethuel, b. 1825; m. 1850; d. 1852. 

V. Cynthia T., b. 1830; m. Charles R. Bonney, 1854. 
VI. Sarah D., b. 1832; m. Isaac Bonney, 1854. 

SECTION 126. 

Francis Cary, son of Maj. Daniel, Sec. 66, b. Bridgewater, May 5, 
1785; m. Sallie Phillips (b. Feb. 3, 1790, of the family of the founders 
of Phillips Exeter and Phillips Andover Academies, and Phillips 
Brooks) and lived on a farm in Turner, Me. ; a High School was soon 
formed, and a Public Library founded, and the books were for years 
kept in Squire Cary's house. He was greatly esteemed for his many 
virtues. She d. Nov. 2, 1865, and he a week later. The author of 
"Cary Memorials" records his great indebtedness to Francis Cary for 
the help he received concerning the Carys of Maine. In a letter to 
Gen. Cary he wrote: "I never knew a Cary extensively rich, and I 
never knew one supported by the iown. I never knew one a drunk- 
ard, and they have been generally noted for their morality and piety." 

Children : 

I. Zibia, b. June 6, 1812; m. ist, Estes W. French, Dec. 25, 1833; 

m. 2d, Elisha O. Drake. 
II. Charles, b. June 27, 1814. Sec. 246. 

III. Eunice, b. Dec. 28, 1816; m. Capt. Hiram Bryant, May 4, 1841. 

IV. Ann, b. Sept. 26, 1819; d. 1843. 

V. Francis, b. Sept. 29, 1824. Sec. 247. 

Vl. Arcy, b. Aug. 6, 1827 ; grad. New Hampton, N. H., and taught 
there afterwards ; m. Rev. and Prof. Benjamin Franklin Hayes 
(a graduate of Bowdoin, Pastor at Olneyville, R. I. ; head of 
Lapham Inst., North Scituate, R. I., and Professor at Bates 
College for thirty years), Aug. 12, 1856. She d. Jan. 22, 1804, 
and he Feb. 26, 1806; they had 

I. Francis Little, b. Jan. 5, 1858; grad. from Bates College, 
Cobb Divinity School, and studied in Germany; had pas- 
torates in Boston, Minneapolis, and now at Topeka, Kan. ; 
m. Cora Walker, Washington, D. C, and had 
(i) Cary Walker, b. Sept. 3, 1886. 

(2) Doris Adelaide, b. Mar. 17, 1891 ; d. in infancy. 

(3) Francis Little, b. Jan. 9. 1894. 

(4) Elinor Guthrie, b. Sept. 25, 1900. 



166 John Cary 

2. Edward Cary, b. Feb. lo, 1868, Lewiston, Me. ; grad. Bates 
College, Cobb Divinity School, studied at Berlin, and has 
Ph. D. from Chicago; Prof, at Miami University, Oxford, 
O., and now Head of Dept. of Sociology at Illinois Uni- 
versity, Urbana ; m. Annie Lee Bean, Oct. 23, 1895, and 
had 

(i) Edward B., b. Dec. 30, 1896. 

(2) Richard Cary, b. Mar. 3, 1902. 

(3) Harmon Phillips, b. Feb. 17, 1904. 

3. Elizabeth Anna, b. June 18, i860; m. Rev. Arthur Elms 
Cox, Pastor of the Baptist church at Poland, N. Y., and 
had 

(i) Sidney Hayes, b. Aug. 20, 1889. 
(2) Gertrude Anna, b. Nov. 20, 1890. 
Vn. Olive, b. Dec. 25, 1829; m. Thomas Scott Whitman, and had 
one child. 
VIII. Chloe, b. Mar. 17, 1832; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 126-A. 

Eunice Cary, dau. of Maj. Daniel, Sec. 66, b. Bridgewater, Sept. 
10, 1781 ; m. Grenfill Blake (son of Samuel and Abigail (Richards) 
Blake, of Taunton, Mass., and later of Turner, Me.) at Turner, Jan. r, 
1805 ; he d. at Harrison, Me., 1826, and she d. 1832. 

Children : 

I. Harrison, b. 1805 ; m. Susan Brett Cary, dau. of Dea. Alanson 
Cary, Oct. 3, 1836 ; he was a lawyer of New Brunswick, N. J., 
where he d. 1882, and she d. 1884; they had 

1. Elizabeth Perley, b. Sept. 10, 1837; d. 1863. 

2. Grenfill, b. June 2, 1839; m. Mrs. Elizabeth D. Olmstead, 
of New York City, May 17, 1866; d. Mar. 8, 1896, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 

3. Zebia, b. Sept. 10, 1842; d. in childhood. 

4. Susan, b. Nov. 13, 1845 ; m. Daniel C. English, M. D., Sept. 
14, 1870, New Brunswick, N. J., and had 

(i) Grenfill Harrison Blake, b. Dec. 31, 1872, and is a Civil 

Engineer; m. Mary B. Wilson, June 14, 1905. 
Mrs. English also traces her descent from John Alden, 
through both Ruth and Joseph Alden. 

5. Isabel Adele, b. 1853, and lives at New Brunswick, N. J. 
II. Eunice Cary, b. Nov. 5, 1813, Otisfield, Me.; d. 1887. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 167 

III. Francis; m. Cornelia Elizabeth Shaw, and had 

I. Cornelia Shaw, b. April i8, 1852, Lewiston, Me.; lives at 
Melrose, Mass. 

SECTION 127. 

Cassander Cary, son of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Bridgewater, 1782; 
m. Sarah Clapp, Turner, Me., Oct. 12, 1808, who d. 1817; m. 2d, Joanna 
Jones, 1818; he d. in Turner, 1831. 

Children : 

I. Sophia, b. April 12, 1810. 
II. Martha, b. May 5, 1812; m. Henry Roby, 1834. 

III. Harriet, b. Aug. 24, 1814; m. Thomas R. Sampson, 1841, who 
d. Jan. 16, 1885 ; they had. 

1. Howard L. ; m. Helen L. Curtis, Freeport, Me., who d. 
July 10, 1878. 

2. Rev. Cassander, Pastor of Congregational church, Tilton, 
N. H. 

The good mother prized her Cary lineage, and ever held to 
the great principles of righteousness and religion which she 
received from a godly ancestry, and exemplified in her life; 
she d. at Harrison, Me., Sept. 27, 1906. 

IV. Sarah, b. Nov. 14, 1816; m. Levi Booth, 1857. 
V. Luther, b. Dec. i, 1820. Sec. 248. 

VI. Henry, b. June 12, 1823; d. Auburn, Me., Jan. 18, 1898; m. El- 
len A. Sampson, Turner, Me., and had 

1. Harriette Gertrude; m. Adolph G. Trimback, July 8, 1893, 
Campello, Mass. 

2. Howard, Chicago. 

3. Edward S., Lewiston, Me. 

4. Cassander, Campello, Mass. 

5. Alice M.; m. Freeman C. Farnham, and had 
(i) Arloene. 

(2) Forest Henry. 

6. Nellie L. 

7. Charles E., Auburn, Me. 

8. Mabelle Blanche ; m. Charles A. M. Sewell, 1902, and had 
(i) Doris, b. Feb. 9, 1904. 

VII. Cassander, b. May 2, 1825 ; m. Mary Burrell, 1857, Turner, 
Me. 
VIII. Clara, b. Nov. 14, 1827; m. John Martin, 1850. 



168 John Gary 

SECTION 128. 

William Gary, son of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Bridgewater, Mar. 
14, 1784; m. 1st, Dolly Smith, 1808, who d. 1818; m. 2d, Lucretia Reed, 
who d. 1826; m. 3d, Huldah Sawyer, 1828; lived to a great age at 
Turner, Me. 
Children : 

I. Nabby, b. April 23, 1809; m. J. B. Barrell, Dec. 30, 1828; d. 
1858. 
II. Alma, b. 1810; d. unm.. Turner, Me. 

III. Sophia L., b. 1812; d. 1864. 

IV. Susan, b. April 18, 1813; m. Waldo A. Blossom, April 19, 1835. 
V. Louisa, b. 1816; d. in infancy. 

VI. Dolly, b. Aug. 13, 1818; m. Rev. J. T. Howes, Nov., 1850. 
VII. William, b. Dec. 29, 1826; studied law and practiced at Ga- 
lena, 111.; m. Caroline Weston. 
VIII. James A., b. Nov. 15, 1830; m. Rosetta Kimball, 1853, and had 

1. James Clinton, 1854. 

2. William K., b. 1858. 

3. Luther Hanson, b. Oct. 11, 1867, Turner, Me.; Manager of 
the Congregational Pub. House, Boston ; m. Mary Spen- 
cer, of Elyria, O., Aug. 20, 1892, and had 

(i) Rose Boynton, b. July 22, 1893, Elmhurst, 111. 

(2) James Spencer, b. Aug. 10, 1894, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(3) William Kimball, b. Aug. 10, 1894, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(4) Charles Delano, b. Nov. 17, 1897, San Landro, Cal. 
IX. Asa Clinton, b. May 29, 1832; m. Jessie Poestlay, 1859, and 

had 

I. Isabella, b. 1861, Fort Fairfield, Me. 
X. Ellen, b. 1834; Teacher in Portland, Me. 
XL Lucretia, b. 1835; d. 1855. 

XII. Luther King, b. 1837; m. Ellen M. Bradford, Nov., 1859, and 
had 
I. Susan, b. 1862, Fort Fairfield, Me. 

SECTION 128-A. 
Sophia Cary, dau. of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Oxford Co., Me., Nov. 
17, 1785; m. Dr. Silas Blake, Jan. 29, 1807. 
Children : 

I. Susan Cary, d. young. 
II. Maria. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 169 

III. Silas, Farmer and Merchant; m. Clara C. Richardson; their 
son, James, is a Physician, Harrison, Me. 

IV. Joseph, is a Minister; m. Hannah Clark, and had seven chil- 
dren. 

V. Maurice Cary, a Lawyer in San Francisco, Cal. 
VI. Josiah Merrill, a Physician ; m. Harriet Fitch, and had 
Silas Fitch. 
Almira Titcomb ; m. William Bradley, No. Bridgeton, Me. 

3. Anne Pearson ; m. Edward Humboldt. 

4. Harriet Fitch. 
Edward J. 

VII. Luther Cary, a Farmer; m. Catherine Perley. 
VIII. Sophia ; m. Rufus Sawyer, and had seven children. 
IX. Marian. 

SECTION 129. 
Anselm Cary, son of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Bridgewater, June 
8, 1787; m. Rhoda G. Stockbridge, Feb. 14, 1816; lived at Greene, Me., 
and removed to Muskingum Co., O., 1837. He lived a life of probity 
and usefulness, was ruling Elder in the Presbyterian church, with 
which denomination nearly all his family were connected; lived to a 
good old age. 
Children : 

I. Harrison Gray Otis, b. Dec. 28, 1816. Sec. 249. 
II. Sarah Augusta, b. July 7, 1818; m. Morgan Lamson, a fruit 
grower living at Chillicothe, Mo. 

III. Clara Isabella Stockbridge, b. April 24, 1820; m. Sept. 17, 
1849, Alfred Barron, Druggist, Zanesville, O., and had 

1. Clara Augusta, b. May i, 185 1 ; d. in childhood. 

2. Edward Cary, b. June 28, 1853. 

3. Alice Cary Stockbridge, b. Aug. 8, 1855. 

IV. Frances A. Gage, b. Feb. 21, 1822; m. George W. Thompson, 
merchant, Jan. 22, 1845, Zanesville, O., and had 

1. Alice, b. May 28, 1846. 

2. Mary Helen, b. Sept. 16, 1848. 

3. Julietta Eva, b. Nov. 9, 1850. 

4. Frances Anna, b. Feb. 19, 1853; d. 1861. 

5. Augusta Clara, b. Oct. 18, 1855. 

6. George Cary, b. Jan. 2, 1858. 

7. Edith Cary, b. May 7, i860. 

8. Lillian Cary, b. Aug. 27, 1862. 



170 John Gary 

V. Lucretia Helen, b. Dec. 31, 1827; m. James H. Lockwood, 
merchant, Chillicothe, Mo. 

SECTION 129-A. 
Emmelia Cary, dau. of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Turner Me., Mar. 13, 
1789; m. Stephen Pollard (b. Bolton, Mass., Jan. 26, 1790), Mar. 5, 
1809. 
Children : 

I. Luther Cary, b. 1809. 
II. Lewis Johnson, b. 181 1. 

III. Rhoda Longley, b. 1813. 

IV. Stephen, b. 1815, Belmont, N. Y. ; m. ist, Lucy B. Merrill, 
Dec. 3, 1846; m. 2d, Sarah A. Anderson, Oct. 26, 1856, and had 

1. Julia, b. Sept. 21, 1847. 

2. Olive, b. May 29, 1853. 

3. Stephen, b. Dec. 26, 1858. 

4. William A., b. April 26, 1862. 

5. Frank, b. Nov. 6, 1864. 

6. Sarah A., b. June 4, 1869. 
V. William, b. 1817. 

VI. Oliver, b. 1819. 

VII. Alanson, b. 1821. 

VIII. Emmelia, b. 1824. 

IX. Nabby, b. 1826. 

X. Rebecca Ann, b. 1829. 

XL Albert, b. 1832. 

SECTION 130. 

Dea. Alanson Cary, son of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Bridgewater, 
Dec. 23, 1790; m. Susan Brett, July 4, 1816; he was Deacon of the 
church, and a worthy citizen of Turner, Me. 
Children : 

I. Susan, b. April 2, 1817; m. Harrison Blake, Oct. 3, 1836. 
II. Alanson, b. Mar. 9, 1827; m. Miss Smith, Sept. 15, 1858, and 
lived in New York City ; they had 
I. Albert Alanson, b. July 16, 1859. 
III. Clara E., b. May 31, 1836; m. Rev. S. G. Norcross, 1861. 

SECTION 131. 
Hugh Cary, son of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Bridgewater, Oct. 17, 
1792; m. Silena Phillips, July 7, 1816, and lived in Turner, Me. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 171 

Children : 

I. Lucie A., b. May 14, 1818; m. Jesse Follet, July 4, 1839. 
II. Emily, b. April 18, 1820. 

III. Maurice, b. Nov. 23, 1821 ; m. Emily T. Jones, Nov. 27, 1862. 

IV. Jairus, b. Sept. 25, 1823. Sec. 250. 

V. Anna, b. Dec. 28, 1827; m. D. Briggs, May 31, 1853. 

VI. Clara, b. Jan. 23, 1829; m. William L. Blake, May 31, 1853. 

VII. Luther E., b. Jan. 16, 1834; d. in childhood. 

VIII. Francis A., b. Jan. 19, 1840. 

SECTION 132. 
Maurice Gary, son of Dr. Luther, Sec. 67, b. Bridgewater, Nov. 15, 
1795 ; removed to Hocking Co., O. ; m. Joanna Butin, Oct. 27, 1831 ; re- 
moved to Burlington, la., and thence to Jasper Co., la., where he re- 
sided. 

Children : 

I. A son, b. Aug. 4', 1835 ; d. in infancy. 
II. Malvina, b. April 7, 1837. 

III. Luther King, b. Feb. 27, 1839; was in the Union Army. 

IV. John Colman, b. Dec. 6, 1841 ; in the 13th Iowa; engaged in 
the battle of Pittsburg Landing, and d. May 3, 1862. 

V. Harrison, b. July 29, 1843. 
VI. James, b. Dec. 21, 1845. 
VII. Emily, b. May 15, 1848. 
VIII. Anna Maria, b. July 4, 1850. 

IX. Maurice, b. Sept. 9, 1854; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 133. 

William Holman Gary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 68, b. Bridgewater, 
May 12, 1779; went with parents to Maine in 1822, and settled at 
Houlton, where he d. Jan. 27, 1859; he was a carpenter, and m. Cather- 
ine, dau. of Capt. Benjamin Haskell, 1801. 

Children : 

I. Jonathan Haskell, b. Nov. 23, 1802; m. Eliza Haskell, Dec. 25, 
1831, at New Salem, Mass., and had 
I. Henry Francis. 
II. Shepard, b. July 3, 1805. Sec. 251. 

III. William H., b. Oct. 23, 1812. Sec. 252. 

IV. Catherine, b. June 18, 1825; m. Capt. Isaac Bowen, U. S. A., 



172 John Gary 

Mar. 25, 1845, ^"d had five children ; the parents d. of yellow 
fever at Pass Christian, N. M., and were buried at Buflfalo, 
New York. 

SECTION 134. 
Ephraim Gary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 68, b. Bridgewater, 1782; 
went with parents to Minot, Me.; m. Anna Hill, 1809. 
Children : 

I. Lucius, b. 1810; d. at Minot, 1843. 
II. Horace, b. 1811. Sec. 253. 

III. Anne, b. 1815; m. Dr. N. Reed, 1835; d. 1852. 

IV. Jane, b. 1818; m. Mr. Wyman. 1846. 

V. Catherine, b. 1822; m. P. B. Chase, 1842. 

SECTION 135. 
Joseph Cary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. Morris Co., N. J., Oct. 7, 
1777; emigrated to Knox Co., O. ; m. Susan Morris, 1800, and settled 
on a farm near Mt. Vernon, O., where he d. April 30, 1839. 
Children : 

I. Mahala, b. Dec. 15, 1801 ; m. James Boyle, Nov. 13, 1831 ; d. 

1851. 
II. James Bartley, b. April 10, 1804; m. Jane S. Rogers, Jan. 6, 
1832, who d. Aug. 22, 1856; m. 2d, Mary Drake, Jan. 15, 1857; 
lived at Mt. Vernon, O. 

III. Daniel Morris, b. June 17, 1806. Sec. 254. 

IV. Joanna, b. Oct. 12, 1808, Mt. Vernon, O. 
V. Aaron, b. July 19, 181 1; went to California. 

VI. Martha, b. May 6, 1816; m. Alvah Allen, Dec. 7, 1837. 
VII. Nancy, b. Sept. 9, 1819; d. in infancy. 
VIII. George Lewis, b. May 5, 1823; m. Margaret J. Turner, Oct. 
16, 1861 ; Mt. Vernon, O. 

SECTION 136. 
Abel Cary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. Morris Co., N. J., June 13, 
1781 ; emigrated to Indiana, where he d. about i860; four sons went to 
California. 
Children : 

I. John. 
II. William. 

III. Barkley. 

IV. Franklin. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 173 

SECTION 137. 

Lewis Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. Morris Co., N. J., Oct. 19, 
1783 ; emigrated to Kenton, O., where he lived to old age. He was an 
exemplary member of the Society of Friends; m. Rachel Kirk, 1807, 
who d. 1817. 
Children : 

I. Susan, b. Mar. 4, 1808; m. Mr. Merriam. 
II. Abel, b. Oct. 2, 1809. Sec. 255. 

III. William, b. Aug. 9, 181 1 ; a banker in Kenton. 

IV. Aaron, b. Aug., 1813. Sec. 256. 

V. Edmond, b. Oct. 27, i8'i5. Sec. 257. 
VI. Isabella, b. Sept. 14, 1817. 
VII. Sarah, b. Oct. 4, 1819; d. 1841. 
VIII. George, b. Aug. 4, 1821. Sec. 258. 
IX. Benjamin L., b. Nov. 21, 1824; d. 1847. 

SECTION 138. 

Aaron Cary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. Morris Co., N. J., Sept. 26, 
1785 ; m. Phebe Thompson, 181 1 ; removed to Bucyrus, O., 1828, thence 
to Indiana, where he d. 1842. 
Children: 

I. Sarah W., b. Aug. 9, 1812; d. 1831. 
II. Lucilla, b. Jan. 14, 1814; m. Ansel Dickinson, and lived in 
Wisconsin. 

III. Hannah, b. Nov. 13, 1816; d. in childhood. 

IV. Stephen J., b. Jan. 14, 1819; m. and removed to Council Bluffs, 
la., where he d., leaving 

I. Ida. 
V. Lewis, b. July 30, 1821 ; lived in Calusa, Cal. 
VI. Hannah, b. Oct. 13, 1823; m. Mr. Clark, and lived in Cali- 
fornia. 
VII. Jane W., b. June 15, 1827; m. Dr. J. Howard, San Francisco, 
California. 
VIII. Jacob T., b. Jan. 13, 1830; d. in youth. 

IX. Sarah W., b. Jan. 27, 1832; m. H. W. Williams, Calusa, Cal. 

SECTION 139. 

John Cary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. Morris Co., N. J., Mar. 7, 
1788; removed to Ohio, and settled on a farm in Morrow Co., where 



174 John Gary 

he d. Dec. 2, i860; he m. Margaret A. Snook, Jan. 30, 181 1, who d. Feb. 
5, 1858. 
Children : 

I. Lydia, b. Mar. 13, 1812; d. in infancy. 
II. Lewis Henry, b. Mar. 27, 1813. Sec. 259. 

III. Isabel Carson, b. Dec. 6, 1815; d. 1844. 

IV. William S., b. May 16, 1818. Sec. 260. 
V. John R., b. Aug. 7, 1820. Sec. 261. 

VI. George C, b. May 20, 1823. Sec. 262. 

VII. Ann E., b. Mar. 19, 1825; m. Alfred Beamer, Mar. i, 1859; 
reared a family and lived in Chesterville, O. 
VIII. Margaret J., b. May 13, 1828; m. Isaac Coleman, Oct. 12, 1848, 
and lived at Brandon, O. 
IX. Lurany E., b. Sept. 10, 1830, Chesterville, O. 
X. Charles P., b. Nov. 23, 1836; d. 1861. 

SECTION 140. 

Daniel Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. on the old farm near 
Drakesville, N. J., now Ledgewood, May 29, 1791 ; m. Eliza Wills (b. 
May 24, 1795; d. July 4, 1869), of Stanhope, N. J., Feb. 25, 1821. He 
was a successful farmer, prominent in the Presbyterian church, gentle, 
persevering, and d. Jan. 19, 1864. 
Children: 

I. William Sayre, b. Mar. 28, 1822. Sec. 263. 
II. Samuel Wills, b. Mar. i, 1824; a graduate of Princeton, and a 
member of the New York Bar; m. Charlotte McKenzie, Ho- 
boken, N. J., Feb. 28, 1878, and d. May 18, 1888 ; they had 

1. Samuel Wills, b. Dec. 20, 1878; d. in childhood. 

2. Lyman Frederick, b. Aug. 6, 1880. 

3. William Sayre, b. Sept. 10, 1883. 

III. Susan Cornelia, b. Mar. 21, 1826; m. John Riches, M. D. ; d in 
Suckasunna, N. J., Dec. 20, 1880. 

SECTION 141. 

George L. Cary, son of Lewis, Sec. 69, b. Morris Co., N. J., June 
30, 1799; emigrated to Wyandotte Co., O. ; m. Lucinda Halsey, 1826, 
who d. Nov. II, 1856; lived at Marseilles, O., where he d. Dec. 15, 1867. 
Children : 

I. Henry H., b. Mar. 4, 1827; m. at Wyandotte, O., 1857. 

II. Mary, b. May 16, 1837. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 175 

III. Elizabeth, b. May 6, 1841 ; m. John Cope, 1859. 

IV. Eugenia L., b. Nov. 17, 1843. 

SECTION 141-A. 

Seth Gary, son of Seth, Sec. 69-A, b. Putney, Vt., Mar. 7, 1775; 
m. and removed to Rochester, Vt., and thence to Ohio, stopping for a 
time in Pennsylvania. 
Children : 

I. Sarah. 

II. Lyman, b. Aug. 18, 1803, Putney, Vt. ; d. Aug. 8, 1846; m. 
Phebe Austin, and had 

1. Henry. 

2. Charles. 

3. Jane. 

4. Ransom T., b. Oct. 17, 1831, Rochester, Vt. ; m. Nancy 
Greenfield, and had 

(i) Ralph H., b. Feb. 22, 1855, Albion Pa., m. Nellie Gea- 
ney, and had 
I. Lucy J. 

(2) Arthur B., b. Aprl 16, 1858, Albion, Pa.; m. Nellie 
Collier, May 15, 1889. 

(3) Edith v., b. Jan. 14, 1871, Albion, Pa.; m. Charles O. 
Dayton, July 21, 1889, Burton, O., and had 

1. S. Cary. 

2. Robert R. 

(4) Frank L., b. July 10, 1873, Albion, Pa. ; m. Nellie Em- 
erich, 1899, at Cleveland, O. 

(5) Ernest R., b. Jan. 8, 1883, Burton, O. ; m. Marcia Can- 
field, June 22, 1909, Burton, O. 

III. Seth. 

IV. Zebulon. 
V. Lydia. 

VI. Joel, b. June i, 1814; d. Sept. 21, 1849; m. Harriet W. Ransom, 
Feb. 10, 1837, and had 
I. Henry E., b. Jan. 14, 1838; m. Amelia Reach, Dec. 27, 

1866, and had 

(i) Mary. 

(2) Henry. 

(3) Lilly. 

(4) May. 



176 John Cary 

2. Harlan. 

3. Fidelia. 

4. Glory Ann. 

5. Seth. 
VII. Mary. 

SECTION 142. 

Zenas Cary, son of Aaron, Sec. 70, b. on Catamount Hill. Colrain, 
Mass., Nov. 26, 1782; m. Salome Maxam. Dec. 17, 1807. He served 
in the War of 1812-14, and five of the seven men from that town were 
from Catamount Hill. He was an enterprising and industrious man. 
upright in all his dealings ; was dignified, religious, carefully main- 
tained his church, and lived a long and useful life : d. Mar. 22, 1872 ; 
his widow d. April 24. 1878, nearly 93 years old. 
Children : 

I. Charlotte, b. Sept. 2-j, 1808; d. May 17. 1890; m. George V. 
Dunton and had 

1. Mary Etta Salome, b. Sept. 28, 1834; m. ist. Lewis S. 
Stacy, Manufacturer, of Colrain. Jan. 20. 1855, who d. 
Dec. 4, 1879; ™- -d, John Dewing, Aug. 18, 1891, who d. 
in 1891 ; resides with daughter at Portland. Me. ; they had 
(i) Hattie C, b. Sept. 10, 1857, a teacher of Music and in 

the Public Schools. 

(2) Etta A., b. July 9, 1859; Matron Dana Hall, Welleslev, 
Mass. 

(3) Sadie A., b. Sept. 29, 1862; m. F. Dana Cummings, 
Portland, Me., June 15, 1887, and had 

1. Harold Dana, b. April 11, 1894. 

2. Raymond Stacy, b. May 4, 1896. 

(4) Louis Messenger, b. Sept. 6, 1864; d. 1867. 

(5) Louis Bent, b. Aug. 17. 1869; d. 1889, Pasadena, Cal. 

(6) Lillian S.. b. Aug. i.* 1871 ; d. 1876. 

(7) Gertrude E.. b. Sept. 29. 1873; m. Arthur A. Cum- 
mings, Portland, Me., Aug. 18. 1891. and had 

I. Arthur Donald, b. Sept. 28, 1903. 

2. Charlotte Augusta, b. Jan. 30, 1839; educated at Wilbra- 
ham. Mass.. East Greenwich, R. I. ; Librarian at North 
Adams, 1883-1899. 

3. Lydia Elvira, b. 1840; d. 1844. 

4. Zenas Jesse, b. April 16, 1842 ; was in the 52d Mass. Infty. 
in the Civil War; m. Melissa D. Sweet, Dec. 31, 1865; live 
at Colrain, and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 177 

(i) Bernard E., b. Feb. 3, 1867; m. Lillie M. Vaughn, of 
North Adams, May 7, 1894, who d. April 21, 1908; 
they had 

1. Emily, b. Dec. 2, 1895. 

2. Charlotte, b. Dec. 17, 1897; d. 1906. 

3. Louis Eugene, b. June 24, 1901. 

4. Orrin Bernard, b. Aug. i, 1906. 

(2) Louis Ellsworth, b. Feb. 23, 1869; m. Carrie Hough- 
taling, of Pownal, Vt., Nov. 5, 1900, and had 

1. Eunice Augusta, b. Aug. 5, 1901. 

2. Lois May, b. June 25, 1904. 

(3) Mabel Augusta, b. Oct. 7, 1870; living at East Hamp- 
ton, Mass. 

(4) Susie Charlotte, b. June 30, 1883, East Hampton. 
Sarah Lindora, b. May 8, 1845; ^- Amasa Kenyon York, 
Nov. 18, 1868, who d. April 18, 1895 ; they had 

(i) Earl Kenyon, b. Feb. 22, 1870; d. 1874. 

(2) EfTord Dunton, b. Oct. 22, 1871 ; d. 1873. 

(3) Luther Amasa, b. Dec. 27, 1873; m. Helen B. Ensor, 
April 19, 1897; a Farmer living in Heath, Mass.; they 
had 

1. Mary Lindora, b. Dec. 26, 1897. 

2. Norman Kenyon, b. Oct. 28, 1899. 

3. Gertrude Arline, b. Feb. 28, 1901. 

4. Dorothy Marteil, b. Feb. 28. 1903. 

5. Wayne Le Roy, b. Jan. 23, 1907. 

6. Charles Ensor, b. Mar. 6, 1909. 

(4) John Oland, b. Oct. 9, 1875 ; m. Sarah E. Ashton, July 
26, 1898, Adams, Mass.; they had 

1. James Amasa, b. June 12, 1899; d. 1900. 

2. Oland Ashton, b. Feb. 24, 1901. 

3. Marjorie Vera, b. Feb. 2, 1903. 

4. Gertrude Blanche, b. July 28, 1905. 

5. John Heman, b. Sept. 17, 1908. 

(5) Sanford Le Roy, b. July 25, 1880; m. Elvira Haischer, 
of Corning, N. Y., July 28, 1908; Stationer, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

(6) Walter Heman, b. Sept. 27, 1882 ; d. 1902. 

(7) Wayne Alford, b. Sept. 18, 1885; in Third Field Artil- 
lery, U. S. A., Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 



178 John Gary 

(8) Blanche Lindorah, b. Sept. i8, 1887; grad. 1907, Arms 
Academy, Shelburne Falls, Mass. 
II. John. b. July 24, 1810. Sec. 264. 

III. George, b. July 4, 1812. Sec. 265. 

IV. William W., b. Feb. 24, 181 5. Sec. 266. 

V. David, b. July 26, 1817; m. Laura Lamb, of Heath, Mass.; 
went to Indiana, and after a time returned, settling at North 
Adams, where his wife d. July 4, 1897, and he d. in Colrain, 
1907. Two of the five children survived them, George L. and 
Charles, who are in the West. 
VI. Marietta, b. Mar. 27, 1820; d. in childhood. 
VII. Levi. b. April 2. 1822. Sec. 267. 
VIII. Joseph Emerson, b. May 24, 1825 ; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 142-A. 
Simeon Gary, son of Capt. Howard, Sec. 71, b. Bridgewater, 1787; 
m. 1st, Roana Howard, 1806, and moved to Maine; m. 2d, Eunice 
Banks. 

Children : 

I. Dr. Nelson Howard ; m. Maria Stockbridge. and had 

1. William H., b. Aug. 24, 1830; d. Sept. 14, 1901 ; was in the 
13th ^lass. \'ols. in the Civil War. 

2. Joseph S., b. May 16, 1832; was in the 13th Mass. Vols, in 
the Civil War; m. Flora E. Harlow. 

3. Marcia A., b. May 23. 1834; m. John Cushing Merrill, 1855, 
and had 

(i) Maria S., a Teacher at Andover, Mass. ; lives at Port- 
land, Me. 
(2) Sarah J. ; m. Mr. Harlow, Wobum, Mass. 

4. Ellen M., b. Oct. 11, 1837; m. ist, John O. Warren; m. 2d, 
Rev. William H. Haskell ; they had 

(i) Fred Morris Warren. 

(2) Nelson Gary, M. D. 

(3) Pearl Tenney, M. D. 

(4) William Stockbridge. 

(5) Harris Bigelow, M. D. 

(6) Edward Kirk. 

Rev. Mr. Haskell, b. at Greene, Me., son of William and 
Pauline Cony (Harris) Haskell; grad. Bangor, 1862; d. at 
Aubumdale. Mass., June 11, 1905. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 179 

5. Samuel E., b. Dec. 25, 1839; he was ist Lieut. 13th Mass. 
Vols., at Gettysburg, July i, 1863, was taken prisoner, and 
released at Wilmington, N. C, Mar. i, 1865, having been 
confined in the following prisons : Libby prison, Salisbury, 
and Charlotte, N. C, Augusta, Macon, and Savannah, Ga., 
Charleston, Columbia, and Florence, S. C, and Raleigh, 
N. C. He m. Catherine Lanning at Trinity church, Bos- 
ton, April II, 1871 ; they had 

(1) Annie Louise, b. May 12, 1872, East Orange, N. J. 

6. Annie Louise, b. Oct. 22, 1842; m. Charles Monson Ray- 
mond, June 29, 1882, who d. June 30, 1909. She is the 
widely known Contralto Singer. 

7. Ada, b. Sept. 19, 1853; m. Eben H. Sturgis. 

II. Daniel Williams, b. July 27, 1849, a printer, Cambridge, 
Mass. ; m. Eldora M. Howe, Marlboro, Mass., Jan. i, 1875, and 
had 

1. Walter Howe, b. Dec. 13, 1876. 

2. Arthur Williams, b. Aug. 26, 1880; m. Jessie E. B. Singer, 
and had 

(i) Russell Singer. 

(2) Evelyn Blanche; d. in infancy. 

(3) Arthur Douglass. 

(4) Robert H., b. Nov. 6, 1909. 

SECTION 142-B. 
Daniel Howard Gary, son of Capt. Howard, Sec. 71, b. Bridgewa- 
ter, 1788; m. Martha, dau. of Gideon Howard, Esq., 1812; he d. July 4, 
1869, and his wife d. 1868, aged 75 years ; they had. 

I. Martha, who m. Seth Leonard, 1837; she d. 1854, leaving five 
children ; of these, Lucia A. m. Mr. Stevens, Avon, Mass, and 
one m. Mr. H. H. Howard. 

SECTION 142-C. 

Molly Gary, dau. of Capt. Howard, Sec. 71, b. Bridgewater, 1798; 
m. Ezra Dunham, who was b. at Plymouth, May 10, 1785, d. May 30, 
1857; he m. 1st, Abigail S. Ford, i8o6, who d. Mar. 23, 1809; m. 2d, 
Molly Cary, 1810. 
Children : 

I. Gen. Henry, b. 1806, Abington, Mass. 
II. Susan, b. 1810. 



180 John Gary 

III. Howard Gary, b. Jan. 19, 1813. At the age of nineteen he 
joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, and in 1838 he en- 
tered the New England Conference, of which he remained a 
useful and honored member for sixty-eight years, dying Jan. 
21, 1906. During the Civil War he spent two years in the 
Army Hospitals as the Agent of the Christian Commission. 
Failing health compelled him to ask to be relieved of the 
burdens of the pastorate, and he entered the work of the 
American Peace Society and for fourteen 3'ears he was thus 
engaged ; but failing eyesight compelled him to leave that con- 
genial service. In 1844 he m. Eliza Ann Drew, and two sons 
were born to them, both of whom died before him. In his 
blindness the family read much to him, and he was thus 
kept in touch with passing events. He died as he had lived, 
and it was well said of him, "In his translation the saintliest, 
sweetest, and sanest soul that many have been privileged 
to know has passed on to his abundant reward." 

IV. Worthy C, b. 1815. 

V. Charles Atwood, b. 1817, a Swedenborgian minister; m. and 
had Rev. Howard Cary Dunham, a minister of the same faith. 
VI. Cornelius Thomas, b. 1820; a shoe merchant. 
VII. AngeHne H., b. 1821. 
VIII. Ezra Ryder, b. 1822; a manufacturer; m. and lived in Win- 
throp, Mass. 
IX. Elbridge Cary, b. 1828. 
X. Francis Williams, b. 1829. 
XI. Lydia Howard, b. 1834; m. Mr. O'Brien, Oct. 4, 1853, and had 

1. Angle Frances, b. Aug. 15, 1854. 

2. William S., b. Aug. 16, 1856; m. Florence Carver, and had 
(i) Louise Carver. 

3. Delia Hammond, b. Dec. 22, 1862. 

4. Robert Lincoln, b. Sept. 14, 1865 ; the long-time Wash- 
ington Correspondent of the Boston Transcript, and now 
its Editor; m. Emilie Young, M. D., and have two 
daughters. 

5. Mansfield Steede, b. June 9, 1868. 

6. Charles Francis, b. Dec. 0, 1871 ; m. Grace Reed. 

7. Helen Florence, b. July 9, 1875 ; m. Guy R. Cole. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 181 

SECTION 142-D. 

Rhoda Gary, dau. of Capt. Howard, Sec. 71, b. Bridgewater, 1800; 
m. Maj. Nathan Hayward, Nov. 17, 1818; she d. Nov. 9, 1858. 

Children : 

I. Nathan Cary, b. 1819; d. 1836. 

II. Daniel, b. 1820; d. 1896. 

III. Catherine, b. 1822; m. Edward H. Spaulding, Dec. 13, 1839, 
and had 

1. Adelaide E., b. Feb. 27, 1841. 

2. Charles Edward, b. Feb. 12. 1843; m. ist, Eulia Hentz, 
Feb. 27, 1875, who d. April 10, 1878 ; m. 2d, Estelle Foster, 
Feb. 2, 1882, who d. June 22, 18S5 ; m. 3d, Adaline Cary, 
Sept. 2, 1886. 

3. George Elmer, b. Dec. 12, 1847. 

IV. Ellen L., b. 1824; d. in infancy. 

V. Ellen Louisa, b. North Bridgewater, now Brockton, Mass., 
April 9, 1825 ; m. Charles Richardson, a Boston merchant, 
Nov. 17, 1842, and had 

1. Charles. 

2. Elizabeth.. 

3. Arthur. All of these died early. 

4. George Morey, b. July 7, 1859, at Framingham, where the 
family had gone for the health of their children ; he grad. 
at Harvard, 1882, was Instructor there, Professor in Uni- 
versity of California, and had Ph. D., from Leipsic; he 
then went to Greece for original research in Archaeology, 
but d. at Athens, Dec. 11, 1896, of typhoid fever. 

5. Annah Huntington, b. June 13, 1861 ; m. Ansel Granville 
Cook, M. D., Hartford, Ct., 1891 ; he was Prest. of the 
Orthopedic Association, 1908; they had 

(i) Katherine Cary, b. Aug. 21, 1894. 

(2) Ellen Richardson, b. Nov. 16, 1896. 

(3) Harriet Huntington, b. Mar. 31, 1898. 

This family was carefully educated, traveled at home 
and abroad, and were workers in the church. 
VI. Nathan W., b. 1827; d. 1864. 
VII. Elizabeth, b. 1830; d. in youth. 
VIII. Simeon, b. 1832; d. 1895. 



182 John Gary 

SECTION 143. 
Zebulon Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 72, b. Brookfield, Mass., Oct. 5, 

1781 ; m. Polly , 1808; he d. in Brookfield, Sept. 13, 1847, ^^'^ she 

d. June 10, 1854. 
Children : 

I. Mary Ann, b. Feb. 5, 1809; ^n- Solomon Sibley, Prescott, 
Mass. 
II. Josiah, b. July, 181 1 ; d. in childhood. 

III. Eunice, b. Nov. 3, 1812; m. S. O. Johnson, West Brookfield, 
Mass. 

IV. Josiah, b. Sept. 29, 1814. Sec. 268. 

V. Zebulon, b. Sept. 11, 1817; d. in childhood. 
VI. Susanna, b. July 5, 1819; m. Thomas Wheeler, Prescott, Mass. 
VII. Calvin E., b. May 6, 1821 ; d. in childhood. 
VIII. Zebulon E., b. April 27, 1823; m. Elizabeth Garland, West 
Brookfield. 
IX. Harriet, b. Dec. 8, 1824, Brookfield. 

X. Lucy, b. Dec. 10, 1826; m. Nelson B. Gale, Wardsboro, Vt. 
XI. Sarah A., b. Sept. 11, 1828; m. E. Kent, of Vermont. 
XII. Eliza S., b. Jan. 11, 1831 ; m. Alfred Gorham, Barre, Mass. 

XIII. Ephraim C, b. Mar. 10, 1833 ; a member of the 34th Mass. 
Vols. 

XIV. Lydia H., b. Sept. 10, 1835; d. Mar. 27, 1870; m. John Dayis, 
Sept. 28, 1864, and had 

1. Herbert C, b. July i, i860. 

2. John A., b. Mar. 7, 1870. 

SECTION 144. 
Josiah Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 72, b. West Brookfield, Mass., 
April 17, 1783; m. Betsey Henry, May 3, 1807; he d. at St. Charles, 
Mo., Mar. 8, 1861. 
Children : 

I. Henry Watson, b. 181 1 ; d. 1827. 
II. Josiah Addison, b. 1813. Sec. 269. 

III. Caroline E., b. 1815; m. Rev. A. V. C. Schenck. 

IV. Charles Augustus, b. 1817; d. 1847. 

SECTION 145. 
Avery Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 72, b. Brookfield, Mass., Feb. 17, 
1789; m. Abiah Spooner, of Brookfield, afterwards removed to Pitts- 
field, Mass. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 183 

Children : 

I. Martha B., b. 1811 ; m. Ebenezer Dunham, Pittsfield, Mass. 
II. Nathan C, b. 1814. Sec. 270. 

III. Mary, b. 1816; m. Mr. Noble. 

IV. Elizabeth C, b. 1820; m. S. R. Darling, Elyria, O. 
V. Samuel A., b. 1823. Sec. 271. 

VI. Josiah William, b. May 16, 1828, Pittsfield. In early life he 
entered the service of what has since become the Boston & 
Albany R. R. ; in 1853 removed to Ohio, and in 1869 became 
the General Passenger Agent of the Lake Shore & Michigan 
Southern Ry., making his home at Elyria, O. He d. Aug. 2, 
1886, having given almost fifty years to railway work. At 
his funeral it was said : "He was faithful. In all pecuniary 
trusts not the shadow of suspicion ever fell upon him. He 
was a true ofificial because he was a true man." His children 
were: 

1. Rollin Beach, b. Feb. 12, 1854, Elyria; m. Lillian W. Hul- 
bert, and had 

(i) Phillip Hulbert, b. July 4. 1889. 

2. Mary Abiah, b. Aug. 5, 1858; m. ist, Charles S. Hackett, 
Aug. 5, 1880; m. 2d, William Root, Oct. 5, 1905, and had 
(i) Mary Adelaide, b. May 25, 1881 ; m. ist, James Simp- 
son Sanford ; m. 2d, Holden Meigs Wood, Dec. 5, 
1905 ; they had 

I. Richard J. Sanford, b. Aug. 5, 1903. 

SECTION 146. 

Jonathan Gary, son of Josiah, Sec. 72, b. Brookfield, Mass., Sept. 
10, 1798; m. 1st, Lucy H. Ayres, April 27, 1825 ; m. 2d, Betsey P. Ward, 
Oct. 16, 1834; lived at Worcester, Mass. 
Children : 

I. William Ayres, b. June 3, 1826; m. Harriet Parker, Nov., 1851, 
and had 

I. Gertrude, b. Oct. 28, 1859. 
II. Freelove, b. April 11, 1829; m. David C. Thurston, 1854. 

SECTION 147. 

Thomas H. Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 72, b. Brookfield, Mass., 
Aug. 15, 1802; m. Hannah Moulton of Brookfield, Mar. 25, 1828; re- 
moved to Springville, N. Y. 



184 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Daniel M., b. June 25, 1831. Sec. 272. 
II. Julia A., b. Dec. 20, 1833; d. 1853. 
III. Charles, b. Feb. 25, 1838; m. Matilda Hanley, Dec. i, 1862; 
lived at Springville, N. Y. 

SECTION 148. 

Leonard Gary, son of Recompense, Sec. 73, b. Ward, Mass., April 
2. 1793; a mechanic, was twice married, and had six children; d. at 
Boston, Mass., April 27, 1846. 
Children : 

I. Preston Moore, b. Aug. 15, 1816; he was at Savannah, Ga., 
at the beginning of the Civil War, but has not been heard 
from since ; m. and had 

I. Charles Preston, who was in the Union Army. 
11. Martha E., b. Sept. i, 1819; m. Mr. Ellis, and had a daughter 
who lived at Holden, Mass. 

III. Caroline R., b. Dec. 17, 1822; m. William Haskell, No. Brook- 
field, Mass. 

IV. Mary A., b. 1824; m. Mr. Johnson; lived at No. Brookfield, 
Mass. 

V. Harriet E., b. Nov. 15, 1827. 
VI. Charles Hibben, b. Oct. 5, 1829. 

SECTION 149. 
Barzillai Gary, son of Moses, Sec. 74, b. Bridgewater, Aug. 25, 
1780; m. Vashti, dau. of Nathan Snell, 1808; lived in his native town, 
which became the North Parish, and in 1821 North Bridgewater, and 
in 1874 the City of Brockton; he d. 1852. 
Children : 

I. Susanna, b. 1808; m. Luke Perkins, Auburn, Mass. Sec. 
272- A. 
II. Betsey, b. 1810; m. James Copeland, West Bridgewater, Mass. 

III. Almira, b. 1812; m. Edward S. Packard; d. 1843. 

IV. Barzillai, b. 1815; m. Augusta Gurney, lived on the Home- 
stead, and had 

1. Helen Augusta. 

2. Louis Francis. 

V. Nathan S., b. 1817; ni. Betsey Gurney, lived in Bridgewater, 
and had 
I. Mary Alice. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 185 

VI. Lucius, Judge, b. June 4, 1819; d. Sept. 3, 1892, Kansas City, 

Mo.; m. 1st, Sarah Elizabeth Oilman, April 2, 1846, who d. 

April 12, 1848; m. 2d, Mrs. Martha (Stone) McCoy, dau. of 

■ Daniel Stone (b. in Virginia, Dec. 29, 1830; d. April 27, 1905, 

Kansas City, Mo.), Dec. 15, 1853, and had 

1. Robert Webster, b. Mar. 28, 1855, and lives at Kansas 
City, Mo.; m. Mrs. Lora (Marmaduke) Nelson, dau. of 
Col. Vincent Marmaduke, and had 

(i) Robert Webster, b. Aug. 18, 1890; in U. S. Naval 
Academy, Annapolis. 

2. James Stone, b. June 28, 1857; d. 1858. 

3. Vesta Elizabeth, b. Jan. 20, i860; m. Archibald G. Lackey 
of Kentucky, Nov. 7, 1883, and had 

(i) Vesta, b. Oct. 2, 1884; m. Herbert Price of Danville, 

Ky. 
(2) Mary Goodlow, b. June 25, 1886. 

4. Martha, b. Aug. 26, 1861 ; m. William Stanbury Woods, 
April II, 1884, and had 

(i) William Clay, b. Oct. 8, 1885; m. Roxie Thompson. 

(2) Martha Elizabeth, b. Sept. 29, 1887; m. Walton 
Holmes, Jr. 

(3) Lucia Cary, b. April 27, 1890. 

5. Lucius, b. Feb. 20, 1864; d. 1889. 

6. Nellie, b. June 5, 1866; m. John Percy Huston of Mar- 
shall, Mo., Nov. 14, 1889, and had 

(i) Lucius Cary, b. Oct. 6, 1892, in Marshall, Mo. 

(2) John Percy, b. July 20, 1898, in Marshall, Mo. 

(3) Mary Louise, b. Jan. 2, 1904, in Marshall, Mo. 

7. Franklin Howard, b. Jan. 18, 1868. 

VIL Rhoda, b. 1821 ; m. Daniel S. Howard. Sec. 272-B. 
VIII. Mary, b. Dec. 4, 1823; m. Samuel Worcester Clapp (b. Sept. 
3, 1821, Dorchester, Mass.; d. Mar. 22, 1876, Boston), April 
30, 1845, in North Bridgewater, and had 
I. Ellen Cordelia, b. Feb. 12, 1846; d. 1869. 
IX. Vesta S., b. May i, 1827; m. Henry K. Keith. Sec. 272-C. 

SECTION 150. 

Caleb Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 75, b. Bridgewater, 1788; re- 
moved to East Machias, Me., 1809; m. Sarah Talbot; he d. Dec. 20, 
1848, and she d. 1856. 



186 John Caiy 

Children : 

I. Charles, b. 1826. Sec. 273. 
II. Lucy, d. in infancy. 
III. Levi S., b. 1835 ; m. Lavina Simpson, i860, and lived at East 
Machias; they had 
I. Wales L., b. 1861. 

SECTION 151. 
Jonathan Gary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 75, b. Bridgewater, 1791; 
while young removed to East Machias, Me. ; m. Mary Handscom, 
1818, and settled at Cooper, Me. 
Children : 

I. Elisha Caleb, b. about 1819. Sec. 274. 
II. Henry Smith, b. Aug. 4, 1822. Sec. 275. 

III. Mary H., b. about 1823 ; m. Samuel Sprague, 1844, and had 
eight children. 

IV. Priscilla Pineo, b. about 1825; m. Nelson Bridgham, 1846; 
she was devoutly religious, and of a mild and trusting dispo- 
sition ; a true and noble mother, and much given to gen- 
erosity; was optimistic and believed that "to them that love 
God all things work together for good." While on the way 
to class meeting, the horse took fright, ran, and threw her 
and her husband from the carriage, resulting in her death. 
They had 

1. Emma Evelin. 

2. Milton Foster, Patten, Me. 

3. Embert. 

4. Adra Anna. 

5. Frank Lathrop. 

6. Edgar Cary. b. May 18, 1861 ; is a member of the New 
England Conference, and in 1910 was appointed to Spring- 
field, Mass. ; he m. Charlotte Abbie Stratton, April 27, 
1887, and had 

(i) Annie Priscilla, b. April 23, 1888. 

(2) Frank Nelson, b. June 18, 1890. 

(3) Ralph Embert, b. June 27, 1892. 

7. Mary Helen. 

8. Justin Roland, b. June 8, 1865, and lives at Haverhill, 
Mass. ; m. Nellie F. Noyes, June 6, 1891, and had 

(i) Emma Florence, b. Mar. 10, 1892. 
(2) Marion, b. Aug. 15, 1893. 
V. Aaron H., b. about 1827, and d. young. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 187 

SECTION 152. 

Luther Gary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 75, b. Bridgewater, 1794; in 
youth removed to East Machias, Me. ; m. Eliza W. Foster, 1818, and 
settled in Cooper, where he d. March, 1886. 
Children: 

I. James Webber, b. August, 1819. Sec. 276. 
II. Eliza A., b. April, 1822; d. in childhood. 

III. George Williams, b. August, 1824 ; m. Roxana Damon, 1855 ; 
d. 1884. 

IV. Mary L., b. November, 1826; d. in infancy. 

V. Delia F., b. June, 1828; m. Stephen J. Getchell, Cooper, Me.; 
d. at Providence, R. I., September, 1883. They had 
I. Waldo L., m. and had 
(i) Carroll. 

(2) Helen F., d. in Providence. 

(3) Jennie; m. H. I. Leith, Providence, R. I., and had 

I. Fred Getchell Leith, vifho grad. R. I. College of 

Pharmacy, and is Hospital Steward in U. S. Navy. 

VI. Charlotte A., b. December, 1830; m. Henry L. Foster, 1855, 

who d. 1875 ; she lives in Providence. 
VII. Mary E., b. March, 1834; m. Charles Gary, son of Caleb, 
Sec. 273. 
VIII. Martin L., b. September, 1836. Sec. 276-A. 
IX. Martha E., b. April, 1838; m. William S, Humphries, 1878; 
d. 1894; a devout Christian woman and Temperance worker, 
deeply loved and greatly mourned. 
X. Hiram Foster, b. Aug. 29, 1842, Cooper, Me. He was a good 
singer; enlisted in the ist Rhode Island Cav., and served 
through the Civil War; was in business in Providence, 
Boston, Ballston, and Saratoga Springs, N. Y., and took out 
several Patents ; settled at Millbury, Mass., where he m. 
Frances J. Harrington, June 5, 1873, and had 
1. Foster Harrington, M. D., who grad. Harvard Medical 
School, 1898, began practice in Worcester, Mass., 1902, 
and has largely given himself to special work. 

SECTION 153. 

Martin Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 75, b. Bridgewater, 1795 ; m. 
Bethia, dau. of Dea. Ichabod Howard, 1822, and settled in North 
Bridgewater, now the city of Brockton. 



188 John Gary 

Children: 

I. Melinda, b. 1825 ; m. Benjamin C. Frobisher. 
II. Henry Martin, b. 1827; d. in childhood. 

III. George Clark, b. 1831 ; m. Harriet G. Ford, Aug. 2, 1855, and 
d. Sept. 12, 1896, having been a Deacon in the Porter Con- 
gregational Church, Brockton, for 27 years, and Treasurer 22 
years ; they had 

I. Henry Martin, b. Jan. 31, 1857; d. 1865. 

IV. Charles Howard, b. July 6, 1837; m. Hannah C. Alden, 1858, 
and had 

1. Martin Alden, b. i860. 

2. Fred W. 

3. George H. 

SECTION 153-A. 

Abigail Gary, dau. of Jonathan, Sec. 75, b. about 1797, on Cary 
Hill, Bridgewater; m. Isaac Dunham of Plymouth (d. Mar. 25, 1856), 
Oct. 7, 181 1, and removed to Maine about 1812. During the War of 
1812-14, he was on a privateer; he was the first Light Keeper at 
Pemaquid, Me., at Nauset, Cape Cod, and at Minot's Ledge Light, 
off Boston ; of the latter he wrote a friend, that "it would be a trap for 
some one;" the Minot's Ledge Light was first lighted Jan. i, 1850; 
he resigned, and the next April it was washed away. 
Children : 

I. Henry C, b. May 25, 1814; m. Laura Brett, Sept. 8, 1838, 
who d. 1886, and he d. 1893. 
II. Abigail, b. Aug. 31, 1817; m. Sidney Eaton of Chelsea, Mass., 
Dec. 25, i860. 

III. Isabella, b. April 13, 1822; m. Barnabas Snow of Eastham, 
Mar. 6, 1842. 

IV. Mary Aurelia, b. July 11, 1824; d. Aug. 15, 1875; m. Isaac 
Brett, June 29, 1853. 

V. Isaac Atwood, b. Mar. 6, 1827; m. Augusta L. Packard, 

April 29, 1849, who d. 1896. 
VI. Benjamin Franklin, b. Feb. 13, 183 1 ; m. Maria Packard, May 
15, 1854, and live at Brockton, Mass. 

SECTION 153-B. 
Mary Cary, dau. of Jonathan, Sec. 75, b. Mar. 13, 1797; d. May 8, 
1869; m. James Littlefield, June 2, 1823. She had the strong char- 
acteristics of the Cary family, a woman of most excellent judgment. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 189 

firm principles, warm affection, and deep religious experience — a true 
mother in Israel. 
Children : 

I. Rebecca Tucker, b. Mar. 14, 1824; d. 1879. 
II. Theodore, b. Dec. 6, 1825 ; d. in infancy. 

III. George Cary, b. Jan. 29, 1827; d. in infancy. 

IV. James Austin, b. Feb. 17, 1829; d. 1903. 
V. Mary Ann, b. Mar. 4, 1831 ; d. 1884. 

VI. Edward Francis, b. Sept. 5, 1833; d. 1883. 
VII. Josephine Waldo, b. Aug. 5, 1835. 
VIII. Helen Maria, b. Nov. 12, 1838; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 154. 

Alpheus Cary, son of Alpheus, Sec. 76, b. Quincy, Mass., Nov. 5, 
1788; m. Deborah Thayer, and devoted his life to teaching; spent 
many years in Quincy, then removed to Boston. 
Children: 

I. Alpheus, b. October, 1827; d. in childhood. 
II. George Washington, b. 1830; d. 1850. 
III. Charles William, b. 1833; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 155. 

Lewis Cary, son of Alpheus, Sec. 76, b. Quincy, Mass., Mar. 31, 
1798; m. Adeline E. Billings, 1821, Boston, Mass.; he d. November, 
1834. 
Children : 

I. Lewis B., b. 1822; m. Caroline Boston, and had • 

I. Adeline Eliza, who d. in infancy. 

II. Charles G., b. 1824. Sec. 277. 
III. Thomas W., b. 1826. Sec. 278. 

SECTION 156. 

Isaac Cary, son of Alpheus, Sec. 76, b. Quincy, Mass., June 25, 
1802 ; m. Julia, dau. of Simon Willard the celebrated Clock maker 
(b. 1753; d. 1848, Boston), 1830; removed to Boston, and for more 
than thirty years was an Engraver of Bank Notes, and Manager and 
Treasurer of the American Bank Note Co. He was a member of the 
Board of Aldermen for seventeen years, besides holding various 
city, county, and state offices. His wife d. in 1863, and he m. Mrs. 



190 John Gary 

Maria White Priest, dau. of Hon. Josiah Stedman, Boston ; he d. 
Jan. 4, 1867. 

Children : 

I. Abigail Perkins, b. January, 1832 ; d. about 1856. 
II. Alexander Claxton, b. February, 1834. Sec. 279. 

III. Julia Knox, b. August, 1836; studied Medicine, and was ap- 
pointed on the staff of the Danvers Insane Asylum, the first 
woman so appointed in Massachusetts ; she d. 1897. 

IV. Mary Willard, b. July, 1838; m. Charles Walter Stuart, 
Sydney, Australia, and he d. there in 1888. 

V. Isaac, b. April 13, 1840, Milton, Mass. 
VI. Harriet Frances, b. April 17, 1842; m. Herman Paul Nefiflen, 
Stuttgart, Wurtemberg, in Boston, 1884, and had 

1. Pauline Willard; m. Alfred De Lisser, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2. Herman Paul, d. in infancy. 

SECTION 157. 

Hon. Otis Gary, son of James, Sec. ']'j, b. in the North Parish 
of Bridgewater, now Brockton, on Gary Hill, June 14, 1804; m. Mary 
Dodge, dau. of Joseph Torrey of Hanson, Mass., Nov. 28, 1830, and 
in 1835 made his home in Foxboro, Mass., and for many years was 
an extensive Manufacturer and Bank President. He was public 
spirited, held nearly all the Town offices, was Justice of the Peace, 
Representative and Senator in the General Court, and in 1844 was 
Chairman of the Liberty Party of Norfolk County. 

Children: 

I. Mary Ann, b. 1831. Sec. 279-A. 

II. Sarah Thomas, b. 1834; was a Teacher in the South for 
some years ; Foxboro, Mass. 

III. John, b. 1836; d. 1862, Philadelphia, Pa. 

IV. Hannah Wales, b. 1840; m. Benjamin F. Boyden, 1872, and 
had 

1. Charles Gary, b. 1875, Newton Center, Mass. 

2. Frank Learoyd, b. 1879; High School Teacher, Deerfield, 
Mass. 

3. Ralph Howard, b. 1882. 

4. Alice Gary, b. 1883; d. in childhood. 

V. Charles, b. 1842; grad. Amherst; Philadelphia, Pa. 
VI. Otis, b. April 20, 1851. Sec. 279-B. 



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191 



SECTION 157-A. 

Nancy Gary, dau. of James, Sec. "jy, b. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 24, 
1807; m. Elbridge H. Packard, May 15, 1832; was at Mary Lyon's 
school at Ipswich, and had as schoolmate Harriet Beecher, author of 
"Uncle Tom's Cabin." 

Children : 

I. Ann Maria, b. Sept. 22, 1833 ; m. Benjamin F. Dunham, May 
15, 1854, Brockton, Mass. He was b. in a Lighthouse on the 
coast of Maine, and his father was the first Keeper of the 
old Minot's Ledge Light, Boston. See Sec. 153-A. 
II. James Alden, b. Dec. 7, 1835, and was four years in the Civil 
War; m. Carrie , and had 

1. Mary Cary. 

2. Annie G. 

3. Richard P. 

4. Carrie L. 

5. Ralph B. 

III. Austin Cary, b. Aug. 21, 1838; m. Eliza Frances Howard, 
Oct. 16, i860, and had 

1. Florence L., b. July 13, 1862; m. William L. Joyce, Oct. 
17, 1880, and had 

(i) Bertha Frances, b. Sept. 21, 1882; m. Fred A. Leach, 
and had 

1. Frederick Clayton, b. Mar. 2, 1904. 

2. Helen Leslie, b. May 23, 1908. 

2. Marion G., b. May 23, 1865 ; m. Howard M. Dow, June i, 
1887, and had 

(i) Esther H., b. Mar. 26, 1888. 

(2) Wilford Stewart, b. Jan. 5, 1894. 

3. Wilford, b. Aug. 21, 1867. 

4. Harold, b. Mar. 8, 1877; m. Mary E. Hollis, April 27, 1898, 
and had 

(i) Priscilla Alden, b. June 30, 1900. 

5. Robert, b. Mar. 23, 1880. 

6. Robert Francis, b. Sept. 21, 1882. 

7. Helen Cary, b. July 12, 1884; m. Arthur F. Reed, Aug. 
9, 1906. 

8. Clarence Austin, b. Oct. 26, 1886. 

9. Archie W., b. May 21, 1889. 



192 John Gary 

IV. Richard, b. Jan. 22, 1842; was in the Civil War, and killed at 

Fredericksburg, Va. 
V. Hannah Persis, b. June 22, 1845. 

SECTION 158. 
Rev. Austin Gary, son of James, Sec. "JJ, b. Bridgewater, 1809; 
grad. at Amherst, 1837, studied Theology, and was settled as a Con- 
gregational Minister at Sunderland, Mass., 1840-49; m. Catherine, dau. 
of Roger Phelps, Windsor, Ct., 1842; he d. 1849, much lamented; 
his widow m. Rev. M. Kingman, Claremont, N. H. 
Children : 

I. Austin P., b. 1846. 
II. Willie C. b. 1848. 

SECTION 159. 

Abram Gary, son of Isaac, Sec. 78, b. Morris Co., N. J., 1762 ; m. 
in New Jersey, removed to Pennsylvania, thence to the Northwest 
Territory, settling in Cincinnati, O., 1796; he owned a tract of land 
in Millcreek Valley, now a part of the City; afterward removed to 
Springfield, O., where he d. 1816. 
Children : 

I. Col. Samuel, b. 1784. Sec. 280. 
II. Waitstill Munson, b. 1785. Sec. 281. 

III. Sarah, b. 1788. 

IV. Phebe, b. 1790; m. Mr. Skillman, and had five sons and three 
daughters. 

V. Charlotte, b. 1792. 
VI. Martha, b. 1794; d. Springfield, O. 
VII. Francis, b. 1796; a Methodist Minister. 
VIII. Martha, b. 1798. 
IX. Eliza, b. 1800. 

SECTION 160. 

Henry Cary, son of John, Sec. 79, b. Mendham, N. J., Jan. 6, 
1780; m. Sarah Day, Feb. 9, 1802; removed to Western Pennsylvania, 
1806; he was a farmer; d. 1853, and his widow in 1859. 
Children : 

I. Rebecca, b. Jan. 7, 1804; m. J. Connett, Green Co., Pa. 
II. David, b. April 16, 1808; d. in childhood. 
III. Bethany, b. Feb. 4, 1812; m. Mr. Jordan, Athens Co., O. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 193 

IV. John, b. Jan. ii, 1815; became a Physician in Green Co., Pa., 
and had a daughter. 

V. Isaac N., b. Mar. 22, 1816; became a Cumberland Presby- 
terian Minister, Carmichael's, Green Co., Pa. 

SECTION 161. 

Clement Cary, son of John, Sec. 79, b. Mendham, N. J.. May 22, 
1792, where he lived on a farm at Suckasunna Plains; m. 1st, Phebe 
Jennings, and had seven children ; m. 2d, Thankful Hathaway, and 
had one child; m. 3d, Julia King: he d. 1854. 

Children : 

I. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 29, 1806; m. Albert Matthews, Orange, 

N.J. 
II. Silas Jennings, b. Jan. i, 1808; m. Miss Dougherty, and wife 
and children died; settled in Clinton, Miss., where he m. and 
had two children; he d. of cholera on the way to New York. 

III. Ebenezer, b. July 30, 1810. Sec. 281-A. 

IV. Rebecca, b. Feb. 13, 1813; m. Lewis Lyon, Newark, N. J., 
and d. 1853. 

V. Elizabeth D., b. July 9, 1815, Orange, N. J. 
VI. Daniel Lyon, b. July 21, 1817; went to California. 
VII. Phebe J., b. Dec. 25, 1819; m. D. G. Smith. Orange, N. J. 
VIII. Ralph Hathaway, b. Mar. 8, 1827, Kenville, N. J. 

SECTION 162. 

Nathaniel Cary, son of John, Sec. 79, b. Mendham, N. J., Dec. 5, 
1786; m. Matilda Axtell, 1814; removed to Newark, N. J., 1856. 

Children : 

I. Henry Axtell, b. Nov. 4, 1816. Sec. 282. 
II. Maryette, b. Feb. 3, 1819; m. F. W. Morrow, 1838, had a large 
family, and lived near St. Joseph, Mich. 
HI. Lewis, b. June 13, 1820. Sec. 283. 
IV. Isaac, b. Mar. 22, 1823. Sec. 284. 

V. John, b. Nov. 29, 1825; m. Martha E. Axtell, Feb. 12, 1862, 
Newark, N. J. 

VI. Matilda, b. Feb. 11, 1828; d. in childhood. 
VII. Matilda, b. Jan. 3, 1830. 

VIII. Nathaniel, b. April 22, 1832; d. in infancy. 
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194 John Gary 

IX. Elias Riggs, b. May 25, 1833; m. Amanda Ferine, Nov. 23, 

1859; he was an Army Surgeon. 
X. David Lyon, b. Jan. 25, 1837; d. in youth. 

SECTION 163. 

John Gary, son of John, Sec. 79, b. Mendham, N. J., May 27, 1797; 
m. Eunice H. Babbitt, 1819, and lived on a part of the old Homestead 
owned by his grandfather. He wrote the following to the author of 
"Cary Memorials :" "I have never known a Cary very wealthy, nor 
very poor, and never heard of one charged with crime." 
Children: 

I. Joanna, b. Aug. 17, 1821 ; m. Dr. Henry Vigor, 1815; lived in 
Fayette Co., O., and had ten children. 
H. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 9, 1822; m. Stephen Lyon, Sept. 29, 1850; 
lived at Martinsville, N. J., and had two children. 
HL Ezra Day, b. Feb. 11, 1824; d. in childhood. 
IV. David Howell, b. Oct. 5, 1825; d. in childhood. 
V. Louisa, b. April 24, 1827; d. 1854. 
VI. Sarah J., b. Sept. 17, 1827; grad. at Mt. Holyoke Sem., and 

taught at Port Jervis, N. Y. 
VII. Ezra H., b. June 25, 1830; grad. at Medical College, Cincin- 
nati, and was a Surgeon in the Army of the Potomac. 
VIII. Martha, b. July 4, 1832 ; d. in infancy. 
IX. John H., b. April 2, 1835 ; d. in childhood. 
X. Edwin H., b. April 24, 1837. 
XL Mary F., b. Oct. 7, 1839. 

SECTION 164. 

Isaac Cary, son of John, Sec. 79, b. Mendham, N. J., Nov. 18, 1800; 
m. Sarah B. Hovey, Sept. 11, 1831, Richmond, Va. ; he was extensively 
engaged in the manufacture of carriages. 
Children : 

I. Frances Ann, b. July 17, 1832; d. 1856. 
II. Filer Virginia, b. Oct. 17, 1838; d. in childhood. 
III. Mary Julia, b. Oct. 19, 1841 ; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 165. 

Ebenezer Cary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 80, b. in Western New York, 
about 1816; m. Catherine J. Fonda; he d. November, 1863. 



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Children : 

I. Alfred. 

II. Ebenezer. 

III. Lucinda. 

IV. John. 

SECTION 166. 

Ebenezer Gary, son of Chad., Sec. 8i, b. Smithfield, R. I., Aug. 6, 
1797; he was a Machinist, and m. 1st, Rhoda Burlingame, Scituate, 
R. I., Jan. 3, 1821 ; m. 2d, Adah Burlingame. 

Children : 

I. Hannah B., b. Oct. 14, 1821 ; m. John M. Barker, Providence, 
R. I., Nov. 24, 1856, who distinguished himself as an officer in 
the Union Army. 
II. Elizabeth, b. Aug. 4, 1823; m. Joel G. Brown, Dec. 31, 1846, 
and lived in Providence. 

III. George, b. Aug. 4, 1825 ; d. in infancy. 

IV. Angeline, b. Sept. 29, 1827; m. Edward D. Leveck, May 2, 
1847, Providence. 

V. Abby T., b. Feb. 8, 1830; d. in infancy. 
VI. Emily T., b. Feb. 8, 1831, Providence, R. I. 
VII. Susan, b. May 30, 1833; m. Henry Young, Nov. 27, 1851, and 
had three children. Providence, R. I. 
VIII. Esther A., b. May 8, 1836; m. Thomas J. Thurber, Sept., 1854, 
Providence, and had two children. 
IX. Jerome, b. 1838; d. in infancy. 
X. Ellen M., b. May 13, 1841 ; m. Daniel Perkins, July 25, 1864, 

Providence. 
XI. Isabel, b. Nov. 19, 1851, Providence. 

SECTION 167. 

William Cary, son of Chad., Sec. 81, b. Smithfield, R. I., Mar. 18, 
1799, and was a Stonecutter; m. Elma, dau. of Olney Colwell, Johns- 
ton, R. I., Aug. 14, 1836; d. at Pine Hill, Johnston, R. I., Aug. 21, 1862. 

Children : 

I. William Henry, b. May 17, 1837. Sec. 285. 

II. Olney C, b. July 15, 1840; d. 1842. 

III. John O., b. Aug. 27, 1841 ; d. in childhood. 

IV. Julia, b. Nov. 27, 1843; ni. Rufus Harris, May 11, 1862, lived 
at Graniteville, R. I., and had three children. 



196 John Gary 

V. Sarah E., b. July 30, 1845 ! d. in infancy. 
VI. Mary M., b. Dec. 10, 1850; d. in infancy. 
VII. Ursula L., b. Dec. 10, 1850; d. in infancy. 
. VIII. Nathaniel S., b. Jan. 25, 1852, South Providence, R. I. 

IX. George W., b. May 8, 1854, Johnston, R. I.; m. Edith V. L. 
Gary, Providence, April 4, 1875, and had 

1. John W., b. Jan. 26, 1876, North Providence; m. Jennie B. 
Whiteside, of New Bedford. Mass., Nov. 27, 1902, and had 
(i) Rebecca V., b. Nov. 8, 1903. 

(2) George W., b. July 13, 1905. 

2. Elma v., b. April 9, 1883. 

3. Sarah L., b. Sept. 13, 1884; d. in infancy. 

X. Rodolpho F., b. Feb. 17, 1858, South Providence; m. Lillian 
M. Warren, Feb. 17, 1880. and had 

1. Ruby W. 

2. Ethel M., b. April 12, 1890. 

SECTION 168. 

George S. Gary, son of Chad., Sec. 81, b. Smithfield, R. I., Sept. 6, 
1801 ; m. Sarah, dau. of Capt. Joseph Alverson, Johnstown, R. I., Feb. 
6, 1825 ; removed to Cleveland, O. 

Children : 

I. Malissa A., b. Dec. 7, 1S26; m. James W. Spifield, M. D., May 
10, 1846; lived in New York City, and had four children. 
II. George W., b. June 11, 1829. Sec. 286. 

III. William H., b. Aug. 31, 1831. Sec. 287. 

IV. Edward M., b. April 28, 1834. Sec. 288. 

SEGTION 169. 

Ghad. B. Gary, son of Chad., Sec. 81, b. Johnstown, R. I., April 7, 
1813 ; m. Ann Field, July 14, 1831, Pomfret, Ct. ; was an artistic painter, 
and d. Mar. 29, 1855, Oxford, Mass. 

Children : 

I. George A., b. June 23, 1832; d. 1858, Oxford, Mass. 
II. Albert, b. Sept. 27, 1837; d. in infancy, Killingly, Ct. 

III. Charles F., b. April i, 1839; m. Emeline J. Burnett, June 10, 
1862; he d. Dec. 14, 1865, Worcester, Mass.; they had 

I. Gertrude L., b. July 10, 1863; d. in infancy. 

IV. Frederick E.. b. April 6, 1841 ; d. i860. Worcester. 



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V. Helen E., b. February, 1843; m. Joseph A. Moore, Oct. 10, 

1867, Worcester. 
VI. Emma J., b. May 3, 1845; m. George E. Murdock, Nov. 29, 

1864; she d. 1868, Worcester. 
VII. Frances A., b. Feb. 14, 1847; d. 1866, Worcester. 
VIII. Edward D., b. Sept. 9, 1849; d- 1865, Worcester. 
IX. Mara A., b. Jan. 7, 1852, Worcester. 

SECTION 170. 

John H. Gary, son of Chad., Sec. 81, b. Johnstown, R. I., May 17, 
1816; m. Sarah Livsey, of Stockport, Eng., Nov. 29, 1843; he was a 
Wheelwright, and lived at Providence, R. I. 

Children : 

I. Edward T., b. Oct. 31, 1844; d. in childhood. 
II. Edwin T., b. Jan. 25, 1848; a Druggist in Providence. 

III. Alfred H., b. Jan. 22. 1850; a Printer in Providence; m. ist, 
Sarah, dau. of Samuel Love, Lawrence, Mass., 1873; m. 2d, 
Elvinia Abby, dau. of Stephen Garland, Providence, 1886; 
they had 

1. Helen Augusta, b. Aug., 1873; m. Robert Graham, Seat- 
tle, Wash. 

2. Grafton Everard, b. July, 1878; d. in infancy. 

3. Albert St. Clair, b. Mar. 13, 1879; m. Margaret McDonald, 
Providence, had 

(i) Florence, b. July 7, 1897. 
(2) Clarence, b. Sept. 11, 1899. 
This family live in Boston. 

IV. John Leonard, b. Feb. 10, 1853, and is a Plumber; m. ist, 
Sarah E., dau. of John Boardman, Center Falls, R. I., May 21, 
1873 ; m. 2d, Henrietta Jeanetta, dau, of George Dowling 
Flagg, Oct. 19, 1905 ; they had 

1. Maud Livsey, b. Mar. 10. 1874; m. Clarence O. Chase, 
Providence, June 21, 1897. 

2. William Leonard, b. Feb. 14, 1875 ; m. Carrie E. Tobey, 
July 8, 1902. 

3. John Henry, b. Aug. 28, 1881. 

V. Sarah A., b. Feb. i, 1856; d. in infancy. 

VI. Sarah Etta, b. Sept. 30, 1862, Providence; m. Asa G. Davis, 
Feb. I, 1883, had 
I. Harold G. Davis, b. July i, 1889, Providence. 



198 John Gary 

SECTION 171. 

Joseph Gary, son of Joseph, Sec. 82, b. Middlefield, Mass., Jan. 17, 
1784; m. Freelove Fuller, Jan. 20, 1803; removed to Ontario, Wayne 
Co., N. Y., where he d. Feb. 3, 1848. 
Children : 

I. Joseph, b. Sept. 6, 1805, Stowe, Vt. 
II. Lyman, b. 1807, Stowe, Vt. 
III. Elliott, b. 1809, Stowe, Vt. 

SECTION 172. 

Isaac Cary, son of Joseph, Sec. 82, b. Williamsburg, Mass., Sept. 
15, 1804; m. Sarah Wyart, 1823; who d. 1887; removed to Ontario, 
N. Y., thence to Stov/e, Vt., where he d. 1893. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. Sept. 6, 1826; m. James Barnes, lived in Ontario, N. 
Y., and had six children. 
II. Isaac, b. Aug. 29, 1829; m. Nancy Richardson, lived at Fort 
Edward, N. Y., where he d. 1895 ; they had one son and one 
daughter. 

III. Olive Elizabeth, b. Mar. 28, 1833. Sec. 288-A. 

IV. Mary Ann, b. July 12, 1835 ; m. George W. Prescott, lived at 
Stowe, Vt., and d. 1889; they had three daughters. 

I. Satie Delia, b. Aug. 22, 1871 ; m. John Wilson, a Railway 
man, Mar. 31, 1892, and live at Sumter, S. C. 
V. Hudson, b. April i, 1838; lives on the old farm, Stowe, Vt. 
VI. Joseph, b. Nov. 4, 1843, Stowe, Vt. 

VII. Nancy Jane, b. Mar. 19, 1845 > •"• George R. Stevens, Fort Ed- 
ward, N. Y. 

SECTION 173. 

Richard M. Cary, son of Richard, Sec. 83, b. Williamsburg, Mass., 
Dec. 19, 1794; m. Susanna Rice, Mar. 12, 1815; removed to Erie Co., 
N. Y., thence to Rock Co., Wis., where he d. Oct. 17, 1868. 
Children : 

I. Calvin, b. Oct. i, 1816. Sec. 289. 
II. Ephraim, b. Oct. 27, 1818. Sec. 290. 

III. Benjamin F., b. Feb. 15, 1821. Sec. 291. 

IV. Abraham J., b. Aug. 7, 1822; m. Elizabeth Fuller, Mar. 26, 
1857, ^"d had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 199 

I. Benjamin Franklin, b. Sept. 3, 1858, lived at Johnstown, 
Wis. 
V. Richard M., b. Aug. 23, 1824; d. in infancy. 
VI. Lydia J., b. Nov. 11, 1825; d. in childhood. 
VII. Orinda P., b. Jan. 29, 1828; d. 1844. 
VIII. Richard, b. April 8, 1830. Sec. 292. 

IX. Lydia S., b. Feb. 12, 1832; m. F. E. Osborne, Jan. i, 1853. 
X. Melvin, b. June 28, 1834. Sec. 293. 

XI. Louisa J., b. April 22, 1837; m. G. G. Clark, Janesville, Wis. 
XII. Roswell, b. Jan. 13, 1839; d. 1868. 

SECTION 174. 

Luther Harvey Gary, son of Richard, Sec. 83, b. Williamsburg, 
Mass., Feb., 1800; went to Boston, Erie Co., N. Y., 1806; was a farmer, 
and d. Dec. 20, 1874; m. Lucy Doolittle, Dec, 1821 ; they spent their 
lives on the farm originally taken up by the Cary family, now occupied 
by their descendants; in their lives they exemplified the qualities that 
made the New England name a synonym for intelligence and integrity. 

Children : 

I. Luther H., b. June 28, 1823, Boston, N. Y. Taught school ; 
grad. Geneva Med. Col., 1846; m. Arvilla Ferguson at Boston, 
Sept., 1846. Removed to Greenbush, Wis., and began the 
practice of medicine ; in which he was successful ; served in 
the State Senate two terms, and in the lower House one ; was 
a delegate to the Convention that nominated Abraham Lin- 
coln. Was Surgeon of the 12th Wis., and afterwards Med. 
Inspector of the i6th Corps. Removed to Oakland, Cal., for 
his health ; was elected to the Legislature, and for some years 
was Collector of Internal Revenue; d. Sept. 16, 1888; they 
had 

1. Florence Eugenia, b. Aug. 15, 1859; m. Joseph N. Ziegen- 
fuss, live in Oakland, and had 

(i) Florence Cary, b. Mar. 13, 1884. 

(2) Josephine Cary, b. Dec. 2, 1886; d. 1895. 

(3) Arvilla Cary, b. Jan. 26, 1892. 

(4) Kathryn Cary, b. April 16, 1896. 

(5) Grace Cary, b. Oct. 13, 1900. 

2. Lewis Harvey, b. Aug. 27, 1865 ; m. Bessie Llewellyn, live 
at Oakland ; had 

(i) Alice, b. Nov. 4, 1888. 



200 John Gary 

(2) John Earl, b. July 18, 1890. 

(3) Louis Llewellyn, b. Feb. 21, 1894. 

n. Van Rensselaer, b. Aug. 23, 1825 ; m. Jane A. Skinner, Nov. 
30, 1850, who d. April 23, 1810; he d. July 19, 1907. He was 
a school teacher and a seafarer, and held various offices in 
his county, where he was highly esteemed. They had 

1. Cassius M., b. April i, 1853; d. 1854. 

2. Elgin Bruce, b. July 4, 1855 '< ™- Nancy M. Gary, May 5, 
1895, who d. May 8, 1907. They had 

(i) Van Rensselaer, b. Mar. i, 1896. 

(2) Howard Elgin, b. Oct. 6, 1897. 

(3) Esther Jane, b. Jan. 30, 1902. 

(4) Nancy, b. May 5, 1907; d. 1909. 

3. Luther Drysdale, b. May 19, 1857; m. Carrie B. Good- 
speed, Oct. 20, 1880; was a farmer in Boston, N. Y. ; d. 
June 25, 1909; they had 

(i) David Drysdale, b. Sept. 18, 1881 ; m. Millicent Diver 
at Rusk, N. Y., 1907, and live in New York Gity. 

(2) Frank Amzi, b. June 28, 1883 ; m. Helene Burkenshaw, 
at Troy, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1907, and live in Boston, N. Y. 

(3) Robert Luther, b. Oct. 20, 1893. 

in. Richard Leander, b. Feb. 11, 1827, Boston, N. Y. At 14 left 
home to learn printing, and became partner in the Gattarau- 
gus Whig; m. Lucia A. Beecher, April 9, 1851, who d. 1866; 
m. 2d, Anna W. Matteson, who d. Feb., 1892. He was a 
Merchant, Postmaster under Abraham Lincoln, and Lumber 
Dealer, and highly respected. They had 

1. Richard L., b. July i, 1854, in Dunkirk, N. Y. He is a 
Newspaper Gorrespondent, and published a volume of 
Poems; m. and lives in Jacksonville, Fla. ; had 

(i) Hazel, b. Feb. 2, 1882; m. Gharles H. Kerr, and live 
in Southbridge, Mass. 

2. Eugene,- b. Nov. 4, 1857, Dunkirk ; educated at Gornell 
University ; is a Lawyer and holds various offices ; m. 
Mary M. Wand, July 5, 1882, and lives at Niagara Falls, 
N. Y.; they had 

(i) Anna, b. May 26, 1883. 
(2) Richard, b. Jan. 29, 1885. 

3. Philip Beecher, b. May 4, 1864; m. Kate Gamp Burritt of 
Dunkirk, June 14, 1877; reside in Buffalo; they have 

(i) Barbara Alice, b. Mar. 28, 1892; d. 1893. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 201 

(2) Edward Burritt, b. Mar. 18, 1894. 

(3) Winifred, b. May 22, 1898. 
4. Lucia B., b. May 7, 1867. 

IV. Tallcut Patchin, b. April 11, 1828, Boston, N. Y. He went 
to California overland in 185 1, and has been a successful 
farmer and stock raiser, lives at San Leandro; m. Elizabeth 
McGee, who d. May 24, 1903. They had 

1. Lucy, b. Sept. 9, 1857; "i. Austin Walrath, who d. some 
years ago ; they had 

(i) Avis, b. April 29, 1884; d. 1903. Mrs. W. resides with 
her father. 

2. Margaret, b. Aug. 28, 1861 ; m. Edmund Perkins, and had 
(i) Carolyn, b. Feb. i, 1888. 

(2) Cary, b. Nov. 18, 1889. 

(3) Warren, b. May 27, 1892. 

(4) Tallcut, b. Nov. 24, 1893. 

3. Amzi, b. Nov. i, 1863; m. Bessie Gibbons, is a farmer at 
San Leandro ; had 

(i) Lois, b. Mar. 11, 1891. 

(2) Dorothy, b. May 29, 1894; d. 1895. 

(3) Lucy, b. Sept. 16, 1898. 

(4) Ruth, b. Sept. 16, 1898. 

V. Amzi Beriah, b. Aug. 3, 1830, Boston, N. Y. Grad. at Oberlin, 
and went to Greenbush, Wis., to practice Medicine; became 
Surgeon of the 12th Wis., and died in the service, Sept. 14, 
1862. Their children were 

1. Frank, b. Oct. 21, 1857. He was educated at Cornell and 
Rush Med. Col., and is a Specialist and leading Physician 
in Chicago; m. Harriet Hyel, Aug. 13, 1885, who is also 
a graduate of Cornell and Blackwell Med. Col., and have 
(i) Eugene, b. Nov. 11, 1886. 

(2) Louis FL, b. Jan. 2, 1891. 

(3) Clara, b. Nov. 2, 1897. 

2. Helen, b. May 21, i860; m. Elliott Pritchard, and live at 
Waterman, 111. ; they have 

(i) Lucile, b. Dec. 16, 1893. 

(2) Elliott A., b. Mar. 14, 1896. 

(3) Frank Cary, b. July 20, 1900. 

VI. Eugene, b. Feb. 20, 1835, Boston, N. Y.; d. at St. Louis, Mar. 
22, 1904. His early years were spent on the farm, and while 
still a boy taught school, and read law in Buffalo with N. K. 



202 John Gary 

Hall, Millard Fillmore's partner; attended Hillsdale College, 
and completed his legal studies at Sheboygan, Wis., and was 
admitted to the Bar in 1856; the next year, when only 22, 
was elected County Judge; m. Martha Rowe in 1858. At 
the beginning of the Civil War he became Captain in the 
1st Wis. Vols. After the war he practiced law in Nashville, 
Tenn., and served a term as State Senator, and as Judge of 
the Circuit Court. In 1871 went to Chicago and became 
the Manager of the German American Insurance Co., and 
was one of the most widely and favorably known insurance 
men in the country. 

Eugene Cary was a man of the most rugged and solid 
qualities of body and mind ; of great executive ability and 
business sagacity, a talented speaker. But the qualities which 
distinguished him among men were the integrity of his man- 
hood, his wide benevolence, and his genial kindness of heart. 
His Pastor, Dr. Gunsaulus, said he was the best versed man 
in the Bible that he had ever known. 

SECTION 175. 

Truman Cary, son of Asa, Sec. 85, b. Williamsburg, Mass., May 
31, 1791 ; m. Fanny Alger, Nov. 4, 1813, Cazenovia, N. Y., who d. 
April 28, 1864; lived at Boston, N. Y. 
Children : 

I. Mary. b. Feb. 19, 1815. 
II. Damaris, b. Feb. 18, 1817; m. Mr. Jones. 

III. Fanny, b. Aug. 29, 1819. 

IV. Truman, b. Nov. 27, 1821. 
V. Roxania, b. Jan. 16. 1824. 

VI. Danforth A., b. July 31, 1833; d. 1868. 

SECTION 176. 

Joseph Cary, son of Asa, Sec. 85, b. Williamsburg, Mass., Dec. 
27, 1797; m. Eliza Ayres, Oct. 5, 1823, Erie Co., N. Y. ; removed to 
Freeport, 111., and d. Dec. 8, 1870. 
Children : 

I. Wesley, b. Sept. 8, 1824; m. Hannah N. Pass, Dec. 13, 1853, 

Freeport, 111., and had two sons and one daughter. 
II. Erastus, b. Sept. 28, 1828; m. Priscilla Boenebright, Dec. 10, 
1852, Freeport, 111., and had two sons and one daughter; he 
d. Oct. 19, 1870. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 203 

III. Wealthy, b. May i6, 1839; m. Austin S. Smith, Oct. 2, 1862, 
and lived at Webster City, la. 

SECTION 177. - 

Rev. Sylvester Cary, son of Asa, Sec. 85, b. Cazenovia, N. Y., Aug. 
16, 1800; m. Cynthia Alverson, Jan. 19, 1821 ; a Presbyterian clergy- 
man, and lived in Michigan. 
Children : 

I. Amy Ann, b. April 28, 1822; d. 1853; ^- Luman Fuller, Nov. 
30, 1841, Kalamazoo, Mich.; he d. June 4, 1865, Milford, 
Mich.; they had 

1. Amelia H., b. Mar. 29, 1844; m. Darius C. Calkins, Lan- 
sing, Mich., 1864; he d. and the widowr lived at Los An- 
geles, Cal. ; they had 

(i) Frederick Cary. 

2. Samuel, b. Feb. i, 1846; m. Ella E. Waterman, Aug. 4, 
1868; live at Orange City, Fla., and had five children. 

3. Cordelia C, b. Feb. 7, 1848; m. Benjamin Glasse, June 17, 
1872, Parsons, Kan., and had five children. 

4. Emory Luman, b. Mar. 7, 1850; m. Harriet Waterman, 
Detroit, Mich. 

5. Annie Clarissa, b. Mar. 2, 1852; m. Theodore C. Link, a 
well-known Architect of St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 22, 1875, 
and had 

(i) Karl Eugene, b. Nov. 28, 1876; m. Katherine R. Hall, 
Sept. 19, 1896, and had 

1. Ella Louise, b. July 21, 1900. 

2. Katherine, b. Nov. 4, 1905. 

(2) Herman Theodore, d. May 29, 1902. 

(3) Edwin Cary, b. May 4, 1880; m. Virginia Cabanne, 
Oct. 15, 1902; had 

1. Virginia Cabanne, b. Aug. 16, 1903. 

2. Theodore C, b. Sept. 22, 1904. 

3. Edwin Cary, b. Oct. 10, 1905. 

(4) Clarence Vincent, b. Oct. 30, 1882. 

(5) Louise, b. June 5, 1886; d. in childhood. 

IL Sylvester Emory, b. Sept. 12, 1831 ; m. ist, Annie Walter; 
m. 2d, Cora E. Watson, Holly Springs, Miss., Feb. 24, 1870, 
and had 
I. Arthur Lee, who d. in infancy. 



204 John Gary 

2. Nellie Sheldon, b. Jan. i, 1874; m. Lucius H. Dancy, a 
Pharmacist of Holly Springs, and had 

(i) Cora Car\', b. Mar. 8, 1903. 

(2) Nellie Mary, b. June 25, 1905. 

(3) Lucius Henry, b. May 5, 1908. 

3. Elizabeth Sylvester, b. July 28, 1879; m. Hamilton John- 
son, C. E., and City Engineer, Jackson, Miss., Feb. 2, 1904, 
and had 

(i) Cary, b. June 30, 1908. 
Mr. Cary was Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agent of the Illinois Central 
R. R., and d. at New Orleans, La., Nov. 26, 1880. 

SECTION 178. 

Van Rensselaer Cary, son of Asa, Sec. 85, b. Cazenovia, N. Y., 
Jan. 5, 1805; m. Sophia Streeter, Jan. i, 1826, and removed to Free- 
port, 111. 

Children : 

I. Sylvester L., b. Feb. 23, 1827. Sec. 294. 
II. John W., b. Mar. 5. 1829. Sec. 295. 

SECTION 179. 

Asa Cary, son of Asa, Sec. 85, b. Erie county, N. Y., Aug. 22, 1821 ; 
m. Laura Rice, Nov. 18, 1849; removed to Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Children : 

I. Homer A., b. May 28, 1854. 
II. Almira A., b. Dec. 25, 1858. 

III. Sibian G., b. Mar. 12, 1861. 

IV. Laura A., b. Sept. 24, 1862. 
V. Edgar H., b. Sept. 27, 1864. 

SECTION 180. 

Ebenezer Cary, son of Ebenezer, Sec. 86, b. in Western New York, 
1816; m. Catherine J. Fonda; he d. Nov., 1863. 

Children : 

I. Alfred, b. Oct. 2, 1854. 
II. Ebenezer, b. Feb. 10, 1857. 

III. Mary, b. Mar. 28, 1859. 

IV. John, b. Oct. 26, 1861. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 205 

SECTION 181. 

Walter Gary, M. D., son of Trumbull, Sec. 87, b. Batavia, N. Y., 
Dec. 31, 1818; grad. at Union College, 1839, received his M. D. from 
University of Penna., studied at the Sorbonne, Paris; m. Julia Love, 
Buffalo, N. Y., April 24, 1848, where he stood high in his profession; 
d. Nov. I, 1881. 

Children : 

I. Trumbull, b. Aug. i, 1849; studied at Harvard, Liege, and 
Heidelberg; m. ist, Grace Trescott, Aug. 12, 1874; m. 2d, 
Alabama Tomlinson, Dec. 8, 1887, and had 

1. Julia, b. June 10, 1875, Batavia, N. Y. ; m. Ralph Plumb, 
June 25, 1903. 

2. Sarah, b. Aug. 6, 1877, Batavia; m. Colman Curtiss, June 
28, 1905. 

3. Margaret, b. Sept. 21, 1879, Batavia; m. Edward P. Smith, 
July 21, 1909. 

n. Thomas, b. April 27, 1851 ; grad. at Harvard, 1874, took 
LL. B. at Hamilton and Columbia; resides at Buffalo, N. Y. 

in. Charles, b. Oct. 20, 1852; grad. at University of Buffalo, 
1876; m. Evelyn Rumsey. 

IV. Jennie, b. Dec. 23, 1854; m. Laurence D. Rumsey, Buffalo, 
and had 

1. Evelyn. 

2. C. Cary. 

3. Gertrude. 

4. Grace. 

5. Laurence. 

V. Walter, b. Feb. 26, 1857, Buffalo; received A. B. at Harvard, 

1877, and A. M., 1880. 
VI. George, b. Mar. 25, 1859; grad. Harvard, 1883; m. Althea 
Birge, Dec. 31, 1908, and had 
I. Marion, b. Oct. 22, 1909. 
VII. Seward, b. Jan. i, 1862, Buffalo; grad. Harvard, 1886; m. 
Emily Scatcherd, July 13, 1887, ^n<i had 

1. Eleanor, b. April 23, 1888. 

2. Phoebe, b. May 7, 1890. 

3. Trumbull, b. Nov. 30, 1893. 



206 John Gary 

SECTION 182. 

Waldo Gary, son of Ezekiel, Sec. 88, b. Willimantic, Ct., April 3, 
1772 ; he was a Shoemaker, and for a time lived in Vermont, but re- 
turned to his native town and settled on the farm of his maternal 
ancestor, which became valuable on account of its nearness to the 
village. He m. ist, Fidelia, dau. of Dr. Nathan Arnold, Mansfield, Ct., 
1793 ; she d. 1813 ; m. 2d, Freelove, dau. of Capt. Michael F. Durante 
New London, Ct., 1814. 
Children : 

I. Sophronia, b. Oct. 14, 1794; m. E. D. Fitch, Willimantic, Ct. 
II. Julia, b. Nov. i. 1796; d. 1813. 

III. Fidelia, b. 1799; m. ist, Reuben Safford; m. 2d, David Doug- 
lass, and had several children ; went to South America, where 
she d. and where the family remained. 

IV. Lucretia, b. 1803; "i. C. York, New York. 

V. Ezekiel Waldo, b. Aug. 13, 1807; m. Harriet H. Field, Willi- 
mantic, Ct. 
VI. Julia E., b. Oct. 10, 1816; m. Rev. William Wright. 
VII. Dumont Ripley, b. Nov., 1819; m. and had one child, and 
both died. 

SECTION 183. 

John Cary, son of William, Sec. 89, b. Scotland, Ct., Mar. 18, 1778; 
m. Sybil Gaser, 1810; lived in Scotland, and his wife d. 1845, ^"d he 
in 1854. 
Children : 

I. Frances Harriet, b. 181 1 ; m. B. P. Barrett, lived at KilHngly, 

Ct. 
II. Alathea, b. 1813; d. unm. 

III. Edwin Wales, b. 1815. 

IV. Giles, b. 1821. 

SECTION 184. 

Elijah Cary, son of William, Sec. 89, b. Scotland, Ct., Oct. 4, 1780; 
was a farmer and m. Tabitha Bushnell, Lisbon, Ct., Sept. 22, 1813; 
he d. Sept. 22, 1845. 
Children : 

I. Esther Burnett, b. Oct. 4, 1814; m. H. Mowry, Bozrah, Ct., 
and removed to Brooklyn, N. Y. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 207 

II. Alfred William, b. July 24, 1819. Sec. 296. 
III. Henry Lorin, b. Nov. 21, 1824. Sec. 297. 

SECTION 185. 

William Gary, son of William, Sec. 89, b. Scotland, Ct., Dec. 10, 
1782; was a carpenter and farmer, and m. Lucinda Lillie, 1810; he d. 
in 1844, and his widow removed to Illinois. 
Children : 

I. Theron, b. Dec. 16, 1810. Sec. 298. 

II. Frederick William, b. June 6, 1813. Sec. 299. 

III. Mary L., b. Dec. 12, 1814; m. George Bass and removed to 
Illinois. She was a person of scholarly attainments, having 
been educated at the Charlestown Female Seminary ; after her 
marriage she taught for some years, and a love of books is 
somewhat inherent in her descendants ; showing that while 
the Carys were not unduly assertive, yet their characteristics 
are positive rather than negative. They had 

1. Harriet, m. D. S. Zearing, Princeton, 111. 

2. Mary L., m. Rev. Robert Wallace, Minonk, 111., and had 
(i) Louise. 

3. George Gary, Emerson, la. 

4. Judson A., Red Oak, la. 

5. Francis W., Stennett, la. 

IV. Horace, b. Aug. 5, 1819. Sec. 300. 

V. Harriet E., b. Nov. 28, 1824; m. John Brown, St. Albans, Vt. 
VI. Edwin Augustus, b. Sept. 24, 1826; d. in youth. 
VII. Augustus E., b. Aug. 25, 1830. 

SECTION 186. 

Frederick Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 90, b. Norwich, Ct., 1786; 
m. Anna Savage, Norwich, June 22, 1817; removed to Knox Co., O., 
where he settled on a farm; his wife d. Nov. 13, 1863. 
Children : 

I. Thomas, b. July 31, 1818; m. Cynthia Merriam, Sept. 8, 1853; 
had a dau. b. Mar. 18, 1855; lived in Knox Co., O. 

II. Emily, b. Aug. 8, 1820; m. Isaac Merriam and lived at Mt. 
Gilead, O. Mrs. R. J. Seymour, Columbus, O., is a grand- 
daughter. 

III. William L., b. Sept. 25, 1822. Sec. 301. 

IV. Caroline, b. Nov. 15, 1824; d. 1863. 



208 John Gary 

V. George W., b. Jan. 28, 1827; m. Sarah Chambers. 
VI. Frederick William, b. July 18, 1829; d. 1853. 
VII. John, b. Jan. 22, 1832; d. 1856. 
VIII. Charles, b. Mar. 10, 1834. 
IX. James, b. May 4, 1838. 

SECTION 187. 

Ralph Gary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 90, b. Norwich, Ct., 1789; m. 
Emily Smith, Scotland, Ct., and removed to fiartford, Ct., where he 
d. i860. 
Children : 

I. Martha A., b. 1817; d. 1829. 
II. Winthrop H., b. 1818. Sec. 302. 

III. James S., b. 1820. Sec. 303. 

IV. George, b. 1823. Sec. 304. 

V. William H., b. 1826; went to California. 

VI. Frederick A., b. 1830; m. Cordelia Church, lived in Hartford, 
Ct. and had 
I. Emma L., b. 1861. 
VII. Martha E., b. 1837; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 188. 

James Cary, son of Capt. James, Sec. 91, b. Scotland, Ct., Dec. 7, 
1777; he was a farmer and settled in Canterbury, Ct., and frequently 
represented his town in the Legislature; filled many Town offices, was 
honest, upright, kind, and courteous, and highly respected. He m. 
Phebe. dau. of William Howard, Oct. 25, 1804, who d. 1847, aged 69 
years; he d. Aug. 14, 1861. 
Children : 

I. Phebe Howard, b. Dec. 17, 1805 ; m. William F. Willoughby, 

Oct. 15, 1827, and reared a family. 
II. Abigail Kingsbury, b. Aug. 22, 1807; ™- David F. Adams, 
April 13, 1832, Canterbury, Ct. 

III. James Beneijah, b. Aug. 22, 1810. Sec. 305. 

IV. Anna Bradford, b. Feb. 9, 1815; d. 1841. 

SECTION 189. 

Sanford Cary, son of Capt. James, Sec. 91, b. Scotland, Ct., July 
14, 1784; m. Caroline, dau. of Jabez Tracy, May 16, i8n, and was a 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 209 

much respected farmer in Scotland, where he d. May 2, 1852 ; his 
widow d. May 3, 1861, aged 74 years. 
Children : 

I. Henry Hudson, b. July 2, 1814. Sec. 306. 
n. Dwight, b. Feb. 24, 1817. Sec. 307. 
in. Wolcott, b. June 29, 1819. Sec. 308. 
IV. Jane, b. Sept. 8, 1823; m. Nelson Morse. 

SECTION 190. 
Horatio Gary, son of Anson, Sec. 93, b. Chenango Co., N. Y., Mar. 
27, 1785; m. Elizabeth Rhodes, and removed to Madison, Wis.; he d. 
Feb. 10. 1855. 
Children : 

I. George A. 
II. Horatio G. 

III. Henry R. 

IV. Charles P. 
V. John B. 

VI. Albert G. 
VII. Emeline, m. Mr. Van Valkenburg; had two daughters, and d. 
Lockport, N. Y. 

SECTION 191. 

George A. Cary, son of Anson, Sec. 93, b. Chenango Co., N. Y., 
May 8, 1793; m. ist, Sarah Walters, Mar. 29, 1820, who d. June 18, 
1821 ; m. 2d, Adeline E. Crandall, May 8, 1854; lived at Oxford, N. Y. 
Child : 

I. Sarah W., b. 1821 ; m. William N. Mason, and had two 
children. 

SECTION 192. 
Palmer C. Cary, son of Anson, Sec. 93, b. Oxford, N. Y., Mar. 31, 
1798; m. Rowena Osgood, April 17, 1826, and resided in Oxford. 
Children : 

I. Anson L. 
II. Lucy, d. at 20 years of age. 

III. Rowena, m. T. Walters. 

IV. Jane M. 

V. Frances, m. F. Laguin, Joliet, 111.; d. May 17, 1861, leaving 

two daughters. 
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210 John Gary 

SECTION 193. 

Zalmon S. Gary, son of Anson, Sec. 93, b. Oxford, N. Y., Aug. 31, 
1800; m. Dec. 5, 1824, and d. Aug. 23, 1854. 
Children : 

I. Harriet M., b. Mar. 14, 1827; m. Mr. Bradley of Wisconsin, 

had one child, and d. May 23, 1862. 
II. Sarah Elizabeth, b. April 22, 1829; m. Stephen Roripaugh, 
reared a family at New Bedford, Mass. 

III. Helen M., b. Mar. 10, 1832; m. J. A. Wiswell, May 10, 1863, 
and lived in Minnesota. 

IV. Mary B., b. Aug. 22, 1835. 
V. John, b. Oct. 25, 1837. 

SECTION 194. 

Robert Cary, son of Christopher, Sec. 94, b. Lyme, N. H., Jan. 24, 
1787; went with his father to the Northwest Territory in 1802, and 
lived for some years in Cincinnati, O., but settled on a farm near 
College Hill ; was a soldier in the War of 1812-14, and was with Gen. 
Hull at the Surrender of Detroit. He was a quiet, unostentatious, 
upright man, and lived and died highly respected by all who knew 
him. He m. Eliza Jessup of Hamilton Co., O., in 1813; she d. July 
30, 1835, and he d. Nov. 13, 1866. 
Children : 

I. Rowena, b. Oct. 18, 1814; m. Isaac B. Carnahan, and had 
several daughters of decided talent; she d. about 1868. 
II. Susan, b. May i, 1816; m. Alexander Swift, Cincinnati, and 
had 

1. A son. 

2. Alice, who became the special favorite of her distinguished 
aunts, Alice and Phebe, and was the legatee of their personal 
effects; m. George Clymer, had two children, and d. in 
Florida, Feb. 14, 1873. 

III. Rhoda, b. 1818; d. 1833. 

IV. Alice, b. April 26, 1820; her Poetry is known the world over, 
and many editions of her Poems have been issued. These will 
speak for her far better than anything that could be placed 
here. She d. Feb. 12, 1871, in New York City, lamented by 
multitudes. 

V. Asa, b. May 5, 1822; m. Leah A. Woodruff, 1850; he was a 




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farmer and lived near College Hill, a worthy and useful 
citizen ; they had 

1. Absolom, d. in infancy. 

2. Walter Scott, d. in infancy. 

VI. Phebe, b. Sept. 4, 1824; her Poems are known everywhere, and 
her 

"One sweetly solemn thought," 

is enough to enrich any literature. She d. July 31, 1871, at 
Newport, R. I. Both Alice and Phebe are interred in Green- 
wood Cemetery, N. Y. 
Vn. Warren, b. Oct. 16, 1826; he was twice married, and lived 
at Harrison, O.; they had 

1. Alexander, accidentally killed, Jan. i, 1866. 

2. Robert. 

Vni. Lucy, b. 1829; d. in childhood. 

IX. Elmina, b. 1831 ; m. Alexander Swift, and d. 1862. 

SECTION 195. 
Beneijah Cary, son of Christopher, Sec. 94, b. Lyme, N. H., 1788; 
removed to Cincinnati, O., with his father in 1802; served in the War 
of 1812-14; m. Polly Nichols, Hartford, Vt., 1812; settled on a farm 
near College Hill, and lived there many years, then removed to a farm 
near New Richmond, O., where he d. 1858. 
Children: 

I. Maria, b. 1813; m. Gilbert Hathorn, lived in Minnesota, and 
had several children. 
II. Christopher, b. 1816; studied medicine; m. twice, lived in 
Indiana, and had one son. 

III. Francis, b. 1819; m. and had children, and lived in New 
Richmond, Ind. 

IV. Benjamin F., b. 1821 ; m. Harriet Barton, who d. 1870; a 
prosperous farmer in Clermont Co., O., and d. 1865 ; they had 

1. William. 

2. Martha, m. William McMath ; lived at Foster, Ky. 

3. Benjamin. 

4. Susan, m. George R. Kline, and live at Des Moines, la.; 
they had 

(i) Walter W., d. in childhood. 

(2) Hazel, b. Mar. 23, 1886; m. Harvey S. Wagner, June 
16, 1907 ; live at Portland, Ore. 



212 John Gary 

(3) George E., b. Jan. 6, 1889. 

(4) Edwin C, b. Jan. 20, 1894. 

5. Albert. 

6. Emorillis, lives in Chicago. 

V. Martha, b. 1824; m. Mr. Hopper, Cincinnati, O. 
VI. Mary, b. 1827; m. Thomas Kennelly, had two daughters, and 

d. 1855. 
VII. Amanda, b. 1828; d. 1837. 
VIII. Adaline, b. 1833; d. in childhood. 

IX. Varus B., b. 1835 ; m. Sarah Crawford, and had a son who 
d. in infancy ; he d. in the Union Army. 
X. Andrew Jackson, b. 1838; d. in childhood. 
XI. Martin Van Buren, b. 1838; d. in the Union Army, much 

beloved. 
XII. Venus, b. 1841 ; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 196. 

Irwin Gary, son of Christopher, Sec. 94, b. near Cincinnati, O., 
1826; m. and removed to Missouri. 
Children : 

I. Clifton P., b. 1854. 
II. Dillsworth, b. 1858. 

SECTION 197. 

Orrin Cary, son of John, Sec. 95, b. Hudson, N. Y., July 26, 1807; 
m. Margaret E. Stever, Sept. 20, 1834; was a Carpenter, and lived at 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
Children : 

I. Lorenzo J., b. Mar. 26, 1836; m. Mary Haskins, Mar. 6, 1865; 

lived at Preble, N. Y. 
II. Sarah A., b. Dec. 14, 1837; m. Charles W. Brown. Aug. 21, 
1861. 

III. Abram Stever, b. Nov. 12, 1839; a noble young man; was in 
the Union Army, and d. Sept. 30, 1863, New Orleans, La. 

IV. John Erastus, b. Aug. 8, 1842; m. Maria D. Ball, Jan. 2, 1868; 
a brave soldier in the Union Army. 

V. William Woodward, b. Aug. 12, 1847; ™- Rachel Donahue, 

Mar. 16, 1870. 
VI. Frances Eliza, b. July 7, 1849; m. Alex. C. Henry, July 20, 
1868; d. 1871. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 213 

SECTION 198. 

Rev. Lorenzo Cary, son of John, Sec. 95, b. Hudson, N. Y., 1813 ; 
grad. from Yale 1835, and became a Congregational minister, and 
preached with great acceptance at Webster, Mass. ; m. Mrs. Sarah 
E. Peck, 1838; was elected Professor of Languages in Farmer's Col- 
lege, Cincinnati, 1851 ; was a ripe scholar, and a good and true man; 
d. 1857, College Hill, O. 

Children : 

I. Ferdinand E., b. 1840, Chicago, 111. 
n. Sarah Josephine, b. 1842; lived in Chicago. 
HI. Anna Gertrude, b. 1844; lived in Chicago. 
IV. Samuel Fenton, b. 1846; d. in the Union Army. 

SECTION 199. 

Freeman Grant Cary, son of William, Sec. 96, b. Cincinnati, April 
9, 1810; grad. Miami University 1831 ; devoted more than thirty years 
to teaching, and was eminently successful ; established an Academy 
at College Hill, known as Cary's Academy; he also originated Farmer's 
College, and was its President for years; under his management 
the institution reached a membership of 300 students. He was an 
enthusiast in Horticulture and Agriculture, and established and edited 
the Cincinnatiis, an agricultural periodical of great merit. He re- 
tired to his farm in Butler County, O., and devoted himself with great 
zeal and energy to the practical application of his scientific knowl- 
edge. He m. 1st, Malvina Macan, April 4, 1833, who d. Jan., 1872; 
m. 2d, Mrs. Jane Richardson, March, 1873. 

Children : 

I. Rebecca Fenton, b. Mar. 5, 1834; an accomplished scholar 
and graduate of the Wesleyan Female College, Cincinnati ; 
m. Dr. William B. Ludlow, Hamilton, O., and had 

1. Freeman Cary, who m. and had a dau. Wanda; Cincin- 
nati, O. 

2. John Niles, who m. and had five sons; Denver, Colo. 

3. Mary, m. Harry Bowman, College Hill, O. 

4. Rebecca, m. Frank E. Walker, College Hill, O. 
II. Elizabeth, b. April 29, 1836; d. in childhood. 

III. Maria, b. Mar. 15, 1838; d. in childhood. 

IV. Malvina Estella, b. Jan. 13, 1841 ; m. George S. Rail, and had 
I. William Cary, m. and had dau. Pearl; Los Angeles, Cal. 



214 John Gary 

2. Ella, m. Davis Harbeson, and have three sons. 

3. Albert George, Fort Worth, Tex. 

4. Edward. 

5. Guy, Fort Worth. 

6. Anna. 

7. Gary. 

V. Anna Ramsay, b. Feb. 16, 1844; grad. Ohio Female College; 
a successful Teacher; m. John M. Henderson, a lawyer of 
East Cleveland, O. ; they have 

1. William Gary, who m. and has John M. ; Los Angeles, Gal. 

2. Grace, m. Gharles C. Johnson, Gannonsburg, Pa. 

3. Anna, Cleveland. 

4. Rebecca, m. Rev. Edward S. Claflin, and have 
(i) James M., b. Nov. 29, 1905. 

(2) Anna E., b. July 9, 1906. The home is at Cleveland. 

5. Janet M. ; m. Carl F. Adams, and have 
(i) Janet, b. Aug. 24, 1908. 

6. Florence. 

7. Ruth. 

VI. William, b. Mar. 7, 1847. 
VII. Samuel Fenton, b. June 2, 1849. 
VIII. Mary, b. Mar. 2, 1855 ; m. Daniel Cook, and have 

1. Simeon L. 

2. Lila I. 

SECTION 200. 

William Woodward Gary, son of William, Sec. 96, b. Cincinnati, 
O., Feb. 23, 1812; pursued a Scientific course in Miami University, 
and was distinguished for his acquirements in mathematics ; chose 
farming for his profession, settled on a portion of the paternal estate 
at College Hill, and was a quiet, useful, and honored citizen; m. 
Eleanor Smith, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., April 30, 1835; he d. July 25, 
1848, and his wife d. of ship-fever, Oct., 1854, Poughkeepsie. 
Children : 

I. Helen M., b. June 11, 1836; d. of ship-fever, Oct. 25, 1854. 
II. Adalyn S., b. Dec. 9, 1838. 

III. Emily lone, b. Dec. 14, 1840; m. Alonzo Horton, Sept. 27, 
i860; d. Sept. II, 1863. 

IV. Maria, b. June 2, 1844; m. David Carnahan, Sept. 19, 1861, 
and d. Nov. 12, 1867; they had 

I. William Woodward. 




HON. SAMUEL FENTON GARY 

Author of 

■CARY MEMORIALS ■ 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 215 

SECTION 201. 

Gen. Samuel Fenton Gary, son of William, Sec. 96, b. Feb. 18, 
1814, Cincinnati, O. ; grad. Miami University 1835 ; grad. at Cincin- 
nati Law College, 1837, practicing his profession in Cincinnati until 
1844, when he abandoned this to devote his time and energies to the 
promotion of the Temperance Reform. He lectured in all parts of 
twenty-seven States of the Union, in all the British Provinces of 
North America, and in all the leading cities and towns of England, 
Ireland, Scotland, and Wales; he edited several papers and magazines, 
and was elected to the chief office of the Sons of Temperance in North 
America, at Baltimore, Md., 1847. He had some celebrity as a political 
speaker, and was elected to the Fortieth Congress, from the Second 
Ohio District. In January, 1873, he returned to the practice of the 
law in Cincinnati. For some years he devoted his leisure time in 
gathering up the history of the Carys, which was issued in 1874, as the 
"Cary Memorials." This work is the Cary classic, and practically has 
been the only work representing the line of John Cary. All Carys 
owe to him a debt of gratitude that can only be repaid by as earnest 
work for the Family as he himself gave to it. 

He m. 1st, Maria Louise Allen, Oct. 18, 1836, who d. Sept. 25, 1847 '< 
m. 2d, Lida J., dau. of J. G. Stillwell, Esq., May 29, 1849, who d. Aug. 
I, 1903. He resided at College Hill, Ohio, where he d. Sept. 29, 1900. 
Children: 

I. Martha Louisa, b. Sept. 16, 1837; m. Charles B. Huber, Wil- 
liamsburg, O., Oct. 16, 1855, and d. Dec. 16, 1856; they had 
I. Charles Woodnutt, b. Aug. 2, 1856; he was educated at 
Earlham College and Cincinnati Law School, graduating 
in the Class with President Taft. His health not being 
firm, moved to a farm at Connersville, Ind. ; m. ist, Ida 
May Murphy, Dec. 7, 1882, who d. Feb. 8, 1898; m. 2d, 
Rozzie Brown, Feb. 22, 1900; they had 
(i) Frances Woodnutt, b. Oct. 6, 1887. 

(2) Louisa, b. Sept. 21, 1890. 

(3) Ella May, b. Nov. 3, 1892. 

(4) Charles Albert, b. Jan. 12, 1902; d. in infancy. 

(5) Mary Florabel, b. Sept. 19, 1903. 

(6) Edward Brown, b. Feb. 10, 1906. 

II. Ella Woodnutt, b. Feb. 13, 1841 ; m. Edward D. Sayre, Nov. 
14, 1871, and reside at College Hill, O. 
III. Lou Allen, b. May 24, 1847; d. in infancy. 



216 John Cary 

IV. Olive, b. Aug. 12, 185 1 ; d. in infancy. 

V. Samuel Fenton, b. Mar. 22, 1857; he is a Journalist and con- 
nected with the Daily Enquirer; m. Cornelia Goodrich, June i, 
1886, and had 
I. Ethelwyn, b. Jan. 20, 1890. 

VI. Jessie, b. Oct. 13, 1858; has traveled extensively, and resides 
in Cincinnati, O. 

SECTION 202. 

Josiah Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 97, b. Haddam, Ct., June 23, 1791 ; 
m. Eunice Tripp, Dec. 25, 1817. 

Children : 

I. Anna M., b. Oct. 20, 1818; m. Edward E. Anable. 
II. Clark S., b. Feb. 2, 1821 ; d. in infancy. 

III. Jonathan T., b. Mar. 31, 1823. Sec. 309. 

IV. Clark W., b. Jan. 28, 1825. Sec. 310. 

V. Lydia, b. Mar. 28, 1827; m. James M. Newton, Oct. 21, 1844. 
VI. Mary J., b. Dec. 19, 1830; m. Myron H. Peck, June 7, 1853. 
VII. Jedediah T., b. Feb. 13, 1833. Sec. 311. 
VIII. Benjamin H., b. Jan. 26, 1835. Sec. 312. 

SECTION 202-A. 

Daniel Clark Cary, son of Moses, Sec. 97-A, b. Fort Edward. 
N. Y., April 17, 1794, and d. at Marila, N. Y., Dec, 1884; m. Hannah 
Marvin Love (b. Oct. 13, 1802, Hartford, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 14. 1891, 
Marila, N. Y.), Oct. 8, 1826. 

Children : 

I. Ann Eliza, b. July 5, 1827, Sodus, N. Y. ; m. Lorenzo Martin 
(b. Jan. 17, 1824; d. Jan. 10, 1904, Bath, N. Y.), of Castile, 
N. Y., 1846; d. Dec. 13, 1901, Bath, N. Y.; they had 
I. Oscar D., b. Sept. 24, 1848; d. May 31, 1889, Syracuse, 
N. Y. 
II. Almira, b. Nov. 21, 1829, Hartford, N. Y. ; d. unm. Mar. 15. 
1907, Marila, N. Y. 
III. Albert H., b. Aug. 30, 1831, Sodus, N. Y. ; m. Cynthia Warner 
(b. Oct. 14, 1838, Collins, N. Y.) ; d. May 23, 1870; they had 

1. Albert Warner, b. May 3, 1868; d. 1881. 

2. William Harvey, b. Nov. 21, 1870; m. Caroline Roogey 
(b. Aug., 1875), Oct. 7, 1896, and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 217 

(i) William Horace, b. June 20, 1898, Buffalo, N. Y. 

(2) Alice Warner, b. May 7, 1900, Buffalo, N. Y. 
IV. Horace Daniel, b. Sept. 19, 1835, Castile, N. Y. ; m. Adele R. 
Preston (b. Mar. 30, 1838), Jan. 28, 1858; he was in the 27th 
N. Y. Light Battery in the Civil War; removed to Buffalo in 
1870, and became the head of the Cary Safe Co., and d. Jan., 
1909 ; they had 

1. Sherman Lucius, b. Mar. 5, 1859, Marila, N. Y. ; m. Cap- 
itola Eastwood (b. June 29, 1859), Dec. 24, 1879, and had 
(i) Lillyan Dorothy, b. April 22, 1883; m. John Herbert 

Bradley (b. June 25, 1882, Hoosac Falls, N. Y.), June 
16, 1909, at Buffalo, N. Y., where they reside. 
(2) Ethel, b. Aug. 6, 1895. 

2. Alta Blanche, b. May 13, 1866, Marila, N. Y. ; m. Harry 
Allison Brundage (b. Mar., 1864, Sodus Bay, N. Y.), Aug. 
13, 1885, Buffalo. 

3. Myrtle Adele, b. Oct. 8, 1872; m. Edwin Francis Crane 
(b. Sept. 21, 1857, Centerville, N. Y.), June 22, 1898. 

V. Lucius May, b. July 21, 1837; d. Feb. 21, 1910; m. Amanda 
Maud Dean, Grand Rapids, Mich., Mar. 8, 1871, and had 

1. Maud Louise, b. Oct. 10, 1876; m. Comstock Konkle (b. 
May 3, 1873), April 23, 1902, and had 

(i) Elizabeth, b. Aug. 5, 1905. 

2. Walter Dean, b. Nov. 12, 1880. 

VI. Julia Maria, b. Sept., 1839, Castile, N. Y. ; m. James Case 
(b. 1840, Sheldon, N. Y. ; d. 1884, Marila, N. Y.), 1862. 
VII. George Harlow, b. Sept. 13, 1844; d. Feb. 10, 1907; m. Emma 
Van Benschoten (b. Feb. 17, 1853), Sept. 11, 1875, and had 
I. Mable Lulu, b. April 21, 1877, Saratoga Springs. 
VIII. La Verne, b. Castile, N. Y.; d. 1899, Marila, N. Y. 

SECTION 203. 

Eleazer Cary, son of Eleazer, Sec. 99, b. Windham, Ct., 1811; 
was a Carpenter in Willimantic, Ct., and at times went to sea; d. 1850. 
Children : 

I. Lucius Henry, b. 1838, and became a Sea Captain. 
II. Imogene, b. 1840; d. 1855. 

III. Lydia, b. 1842; d. 1859. 

IV. George Thomas, b. 1843; d. i860. 

V. Julian, b. 1845 ! d. in the Union Army. 



218 John Cary 

SECTION 204. 

William Addison Cary, son of Gen. William, Sec. 102, b. Lempster, 
N. H., July 23, 1818; m. Lydia Gould at Northfield, Vt. (b. Mar. 3, 
1815; d. Aug. 24, 1900), Sept. 8, 1839; he d. Feb. 23, 1885, Maiden, 
Mass. 
Children : 

I. Emma Augusta, b. June 3, 1840; d. Dec. 8, 1900, Newark, N. J. 
II. Anna Maria, b. July 16, 1842; d. in childhood, Amesbury, 
Mass. 

III. Ann Sophia, b. Feb. 27, 1846; d. in infancy, Amesbury. 

IV. Mary Alice, b. May 30, 1849. 

V. Harriet Elizabeth, b. Oct. 8, 1850; d. in childhood, Amesbury. 
VI. Winnifred, b. Feb. 16, 1856. 
VII. William Addison, b. Feb. 25, 1857, Maiden, Mass. 

SECTION 205. 

Dr. Milan Galusha Cary, son of Gen. William, Sec. 102, b. Lemp- 
ster, N. H., Nov. 20, 1823; m. Emily M. Dennett (b. Nov. 21, 1821 ; 
d. Sept. 24, 1893), May 4, 1847, Salisbury, Mass.; studied medicine 
and took his degree at Harvard, 1847, and finally settled at Medford, 
Mass., where he stood high in his profession ; d. Mar. 10, 1854, greatly 
lamented. 
Children : 

I. Thesta Sophia, b. May 14, 1848; m. James S. Bennett, June 
I, 1870, and had 

1. Milan F., b. July 28, 1872; d. Dec. 15, 1905. 

2. Lester, b. Aug. 3, 1879; m. and lives at Melrose, Mass. 
II. Henry Frank, b. June 29, 185 1 ; m. ist, Mary Elizabeth White, 

Newburyport, Mass., Nov. 25, 1875, who d. Sept. 26, 1876; 
m. 2d, Sarah Elizabeth Seavey, York, Me., Feb. 22, 1882, 
and had 
I. Frank Smith, b. Sept. 20, 1876; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 206. 

Augustus Celanus Cary, son of Gen. William, Sec. 102, b. Lemp- 
ster, N. H., Sept. 16, 1825 ; m. Harriet E. Folsom (b. Dec. 16, 1827 ; 
d. Jan. 28, 1903), Aug. 17, 1846, at Amesbury, Mass. In 1856 when 
the "Know Nothing" party arose, he was elected Representative to 
the General Court, and in 1857 became Senator from Essex Co., Mass. ; 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 219 

for fifty years he was Justice of the Peace and Notary Public. He 
took out a hundred Patents, and recently invented an appliance for 
preventing collision of railway trains. His home was in Boston, 
where he d. January, 1910. 

Children : 

I. William Augustus, b. June 12, 1848. Sec. 313. 
II. George Roswell, b. Dec. 31, 1850; d. Nov., 1908; was a Civil 
Engineer and Mathematician, and was in the Engineering 
Dept. of the City of Boston for many years; he m. but had no 
children. 
HI. Annie Susan, b. April 8, 1853; d. 1892, Maiden. Mass. 
IV. Nellie Lee, b. Sept. 23. 1856. 

SECTION 206-A. 

Henry Grosvenor Gary, son of Gen. William, Sec. 102, b. Lemp- 
ster, N. H., Dec. 4, 1829; d. April 4, 1905; m. Mary Kendrick Bagley 
(b. Jan. 2^, 1833), Aug. 15, 1854, Amesbury, Mass. In early Hfe he 
developed a fine musical taste, and his father had a pipe organ put 
into the home; this was supplemented by a piano, which the lad was 
allowed to pay for. At sixteen he was teaching a District school, and 
soon after was teaching Singing schools in halls and church vestries, 
having taken a few piano lessons, which was the only musical instruc- 
tion received during his minority. He joined the village Brass Band, 
and played at "Musters" and such like occasions. He was Instructor 
in music at Cotting Academy, Arlington, and in Harvard, 1879-1883, 
and was church Organist for more than forty years. His work in 
teaching music in the Public schools had a wide range : Maiden, Med- 
ford, Melrose, Reading, Watertown, Brookline, and Milton. Possibly 
his great work may be said to have begun when he entered the Public 
schools of Boston, first as Instructor, and in 1884 as Director, continu- 
ing until his resignation in 1900. 

In the midst of these labors, he was an active member and an 
official in the Handel and Hayden Society, being a Director six years ; 
the Librarian of the Cecillia Club, and for a number of years an exam- 
iner of voices in the Apollo Club. He visited Europe four times ; after 
his death, his two books were issued, "The Cary Family in England," 
in 1906, and "The Cary Family in America." in 1907. The home of his 
later 3'ears was "Clovelly," facing the ocean at Winthrop, Mass. 



220 John Gary 

SECTION 206-B. 

Seth Cooley Gary, son of John, Sec. 105-A, b. Belcher, N. Y., June 
I, 1838, on the old Homestead which sheltered four generations of 
Carys. In early life he taught school ; entered the Union Army of the 
Civil War as 2d Lieutenant in Co. E, 123d New York Infantry; was 
in the Campaigns of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, in the Army of 
the Potomac, and in the Campaign of Atlanta, under Gens. Thomas 
and Sherman, and was twice promoted in the field; at the battle of 
Peach Tree Creek, in front of Atlanta, he was severely wounded, 
July 20, 1864; after this did special duty in Nashville, Tenn., in the 
winter of 1865, and was mustered out with his regiment, as Adjutant, 
June 8, 1865, at Washington, D. C. In 1869 graduated from what is 
now the Boston University School of Theology, and in 1870 joined 
the New England Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
He m. 1st, Mrs. Sarah (Wing) Bouton, Oct. 7, 1873, who d. Sept. 21, 
187s; m. 2d, Hattie Landon Bouton, April 17, 1878, who d. April 13, 
1882; m. 3d, Jennie S. Dunn, M. D., Nov. 20, 1895. 
Child: 

I. Knibloe Bouton, b. Mar. 26, 1882, Beverly, Mass. Sec. 318. 

SECTION 207. 

Joseph Cary, son of Samuel, Sec. 106, b. Albany Co., N. Y., Jan. 
30, 1802; m. Lydia, dau. of Cornelius Chase, Chatham, N. Y., 1825. A 
worthy member of the Society of Friends, and highly respected by all 
who knew him ; lived at Albany, N. Y. 
Children : 

I. Mary Ann, b. 1826. 
II. Lucia, b. 1828; m. George Brown, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1852. 

III. Elizabeth, b. 1829; d. in childhood. 

IV. Eliza, b. 1833. 

V. Albert, b. 1835 ; m. Emma Server, Albany, N. Y., 1859. 
VI. Maria, b. 1837. 
VII. Edward, b. 1840. 
VIII. Egbert, b. 1840; m. Amelia Wolford, 1861 ; lived at Albany. 

SECTION 208. 
Is*aac H. Cary, son of Samuel, Sec. 106, b. Albany Co., N. Y., May 
7, 1812; m. Emily Hyde, 1844, Rensselaerville, N. Y. ; and was a mem- 
ber of the Society of Friends in Albany, N. Y. 
Child : 

I. Edwin H., b. 1846. 



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SECTION 209. 
George Gary, son of Samuel, Sec. io6, b. Albany Co., N. Y., Nov. 
30, 1814; m. Caroline, dau. of Nathaniel Sawyer, 1842; a member of 
the Society of Friends, and lived in Albany, N. Y. 
Children: 

I. Elizabeth, b. 1843. 
II. George, b. 1848; d. in infancy. 
III. Joseph Albert, b. 1852. 

SEGTION 209-A. 
Albigense Waldo Gary, son of Dr. Joseph, Sec. 107, b. Coventry, 
R. I., May 23, 1801 ; removed to Brockport, N. Y., about 1820, where 
he established himself in the hardware business. He invented and 
manufactured a Rotary Pump, which was extensively used in mills, 
factories, etc. He m. and had 
Child : 

I. Joseph Clinton, b. 1829, Brockport, N. Y. About 1850 he 
went to New York City, and exhibited the Rotary Pump in 
the "Crystal Palace," where it attracted wide attention and 
interest. With this Pump as a basis he designed a Steam Fire 
Engine, about i860, which propelled itself. It proved to be 
very eiifective at fires in the city, and helped to save a great 
amount of property. It was the forerunner of the later 
Steam Fire Engine, and was probably as effective, but the 
idea was too novel and strange for adoption at that time, and 
no great financial success came of it. He entered Wall 
Street about 1865, and became a factor on the Stock Ex- 
change, of which he was a member till his death in August, 
1884. He was instrumental in getting the Cross-Town R. R. 
through the City. He m. and had 
I. Ada; m. Mr. Vaughan. 

SEGTION 210. 
Hon. Jeremiah Eaton Gary, son of Dr. Joseph, Sec. 107, b; Cov- 
entry, R, I., April 30, 1803 ; his father d. in 1815, and after the death of 
his mother, which took place before 1820, he removed to Cherry Val- 
ley, N. Y., and entered the law ofifice of James Bracket, Esq. ; m. his 
dau., Mary Elizabeth, was admitted to the Bar, and practiced there till 
1848; in the meantime he had been elected Sheriff of Otsego County, 
and also to Congress. He then removed to New York City, entered 



222 John Gary 

into public affairs, became a member of the School Board, and intro- 
duced various reforms; by diligence he reached a position in the legal 
profession where it was known that he was fitted to draft any legal 
paper, and was considered "one of the best read men in the profes- 
sion." The last ten years of his life he was a "Reference Lawyer." 
He was an omnivorous reader, and when others asked him what they 
ought to read, was wont to reply, "The Bible and Shakespeare ; read 
them, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them." He was a quiet man of 
high character, and d. in 1881. 
Children : 

I. Mary, b. 1831 ; m. George M. Allen, Brockport, N. Y. 
H. John Ely, b. 1833; a Surgeon in the Army. 

III. Margaret Louise, b. 1835 ; m. Frederick H. Van Vleck, New 
York City, Nov. 21, i860; he is an Attorney, and of the old 
Knickerbocker stock, one of his ancestors having been active 
in New Amsterdam in Peter Stuyvesant's time ; he is promi- 
nent in the reform political movements in Brooklyn, and the 
Deputy Tax Commissioner of New York City. They had 

1. Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan. 14, 1862, Hollis, L. L 

2. William Cary, b. Feb. 25, 1864. 

3. Ida Curtis, b. 1866; d. 1867. 

4. Katherine Frederika, b. Mar. 26, 1868; m. Alfred D'Arcy 
Pearce, June 17, 1899. 

5. Durbin Bartholomew, b. April 16, 1870; m. Elizabeth 
Hart, June 5, 1903, and had 

(i) Durbin Hart, b. June 8, 1905. 

6. Frederick Easton, b. Sept. 16, 1872. 

7. George Allen, b. Oct. 18, 1874, Liberty, N. Y. 

8. Alice Kip, b. Mar. 16, 1877; m. William H. Geiger, Aug. 
I, 1907. 

9. James Bracket, b. Dec. 23, 1879; m. Halle Bayle, May 15, 
1907. 

IV. Eliza M., b. 1837. 

V. William Bracket, b. 1841. Sec. 314. 
VI. Joseph L., b. 1843. 
VII. Charles A., b. 1845. 
VIII. Anna Eaton, b. 1849; ^- Francis S. Hoyt. 

IX. Helen Ida, b. 1851 ; m. Charles Louis Condit, Brooklyn, and 
had 
I. Elizabeth Cary. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 223 

2. Helen Cary. 

3. Louis Cary. 

4. Laura Chapin. 

5. Victoria Lathrop; d. in infancy. 

X. Katherine A., b. Jan. 10, 1854; m. Donald Stuart Cameron 
(b. Jan. 7, 1854), Jan. 8, 1878, and had 

1. Mary Cary, b. Oct., 1879; d. in infancy. 

2. Louise Cary, b. Oct., 1879; d. in infancy. 

3. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 12, 1882; d. in 1897. 

4. Marjorie Groves, b. Feb. 14, 1888. 

SECTION 211. 

Alfred X. Cary, son of Dr. Joseph, Sec. 107, b. Coventry, R. I., 
Mar. 28, 181 1 ; m. Sarah Musdirk, 1833; removed to Brockport, N. Y., 
and thence to Grand Rapids, Mich., where he was a Merchant. 

Children : 

L Sarah Jane, b. 1835; d. 1843. 
II. Elizabeth D., b. 1836; m. Robert M. Collins. 
III. Charles Henry, b. 1838; was ist Lieutenant in the U. S. Signal 
Corps, and d. in the service in Mississippi, July, 1863. 

SECTION 212. 

Josiah Whitney Cary, son of Darius H., Sec. 108, b. Richfield, 
N. Y., 1808.; m. Miss or Mrs. Ward, 1835, at Rochester, N. Y.; d. at 
Albany, 1842. 

Children : 

I. Henry W., b. 1836; d. in infancy. 
II. Emeline, b. 1838; d. in childhood. 

III. Louisa E., b. 1840, Ontario Co., N. Y. 

IV. Calista, b. 1842; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 213. 

Edwin Cary, son of Darius H., Sec. 108, b. Richfield, N. Y., 1817; 
m. Adele M. Gaige, 1849, and lived in Richfield. 

Children : 

I. Fanny, b. 1850. 
II. Rhoda, b. 1851 ; d. in 1852. 
III. Martha J., b. 1853. 



224 John Gary 

SECTION 214. 

Joseph Gary, son of William, Sec. 109, b. Herkimer Co., N. Y., 
1816; m. Caroline Eames, 1840; removed to Milwaukee, Wis. 
Children: 

I. William Henry, b. 1841. 

n. Charles Joseph, b. 1843. 

HI. Edward Lester, b. 1846. 

IV. Caroline Eames, b. 1850. 

SECTION 215. 

William Hutchins Cary, son of William, Sec. 109, b. Herkimer 
Co., N. Y., 1816; m. Mary B. Taylor, Milwaukee, Wis., 1853; removed 
to Hastings, Minn. 
Children : 

I. George Hutchins, b. Feb. 7, 1854, Milwaukee; removed with 
parents to Hastings, Minn., i860; grad. from High School, 
1870, and finally settled at Lapeer, Mich., where he has been 
Station Agent, Merchant, and active in public affairs ; m. Lilla 
Bell Mark, Imlay City, Mich., Aug. 14, 1877, and had 

1. Alice, b. June 9, 1879, Imlay City, Mich. 

2. Mark, b. Mar. 9, 1881 ; m. Jane Bernice Beecher, Batavia, 
N. Y., 1907; in business at Lapeer; they have 

(i) Beecher Bancroft, b. Oct. 18, 1908. 

3. George Hutchins, b. Aug. 10, 1900, Lapeer. 

II. Frederick William, b. 1857, Milwaukee; m. Amy Davenport, 
Lapeer, 1885 ; removed to Glens Falls, N. Y., where he d. 1905. 
III. Walter, b. 1859, Milwaukee; removed to Zumbrotta, Minn.; 
m. Ida Weatherhead, 1880, and d. 1889; they had 

1. Margaret, b. 1882, Zumbrotta. 

2. Walter B., b. May 8, 1885; in 1910 organized The Detroit 
Gear and Machine Co., of which he is Secretary. 

SECTION 216. 

George W. Cary, son of William, Sec. 109, b. Herkimer Co., N. Y., 
1819; m. Sarah Ann Dickson, of Paris, N. Y., 1846; he d. 1850, and the 
family lived at Fly Creek, N. Y. 
Children : 

I. Ann Elizabeth, b. 1847. 
II. Alfred D., b. 1849. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 225 

SECTION 217. 

Ebenezer Cary, son of Dr. William, Sec. iii, b. Saratoga, Co., 
N. Y., Nov. 5, 1797 ; m. Hannah Hammond, and lived in Sandy Hill, 
New York. 
Children : 

I. Maria, b. April 24, 1821 ; d. 1845. 
n. Amy, b. April 23, 1826. 
HI. Lydia, b. Feb. 2, 1828. 
IV. Mary, b. July 5, 1829. 
V. Samuel, b. April 9, 1831 ; d. i860. 
VI. Ruth, b. April 25, 1838; d. i860. 

SECTION 218. 

Lucius Cary, son of Dr. William, Sec. iii, b. Half Moon, N. Y., 
May 9, 1799; m. Cynthia Merritt; lived at Moreau, Saratoga Co., N. 
Y., where he d. 1856. 

Children : 

I. Ruth Sweet, b. Moreau, N. Y., Aug. i, 1821, and d. at Rome, 
N. Y., 1909; m. Joseph Hill (b. Dec. 3, 1804; d. June 6, 1896), 
Nov. II, 1852; he was son of Zacheus and his wife, Mary 
Hawkins, who was a Minister in the Society of Friends ; they 
removed to Western, Oneida Co., N. Y., and settled at 
Quaker Hill; they had 

1. Mary C., b. Oct. 21, 1853; m. George Griffith, of Western, 
Jan.- 2, 1880, and had 

(i) Mabel E., b. Dec. 17, 1880; a Missionary at Allahabad, 

India. 
(2) Clarence H., b. Nov. 27, 1883 ; New York City. 

2. Amelia, b. June 19, 1856; m. George B. Olney, Dec. 10, 
1879, Westernville, N. Y., and had 

(i) George J., b. April 28, 1890. 
(2) Max H., b. June 25, 1894. 

3. Emma, b. Dec. 20, 1857; m. Orson L. White, Skaneateles, 
N. Y., and had 

(i) Clara M., b. May 9, 1884. 

(2) Harold O., b. Nov. 2, 1886. 

(3) Margaret R., b. Aug. 17, 1900. 

4. Carrie M., b. Mar. 21, i860; d. in childhood. 

II. Joseph M., b. April 30, 1823 ; m. Sarah Ann Clements, and had 
15 



226 John Gary 

1. Phebe C, b. June 24, 1851 ; m. Emons S. Austin, Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 

2. Isaac J., b. May 5, 1859; m. Mary A. Eddy, Dec. 10, 1880, 
and had 

(i) Edith, a Teacher at Westtown, Pa. 
(2) Clarence, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

III. Mary Anne, b. Nov. 3, 1824; d. 1869. 

IV. Jervis, b. Mar. 5, 1827, Moreau, N. Y. ; m. Sarah Eddy, Feb. 4, 
1852, and had 

1. George Lucius, b. Dec. 31, 1857; lives on the old Home- 
stead, and is a Farmer and Beekeeper; m. Anna M. Car- 
penter, Dec. 25, 1879, and had 

(i) Mabel A., b. Feb. i, 1881 ; grad. at Earlham Col. 1903; 
a Teacher and Y. W. C. A. Secretary; m. Rev. Homer 
J. Coppeck, Prin. Corinth Acad,, Ivor, Va., June, 1906, 
and had 

1. Paul R. 

2. Anna E. 

(2) Grace L., b. Jan. 9, 1884; d. 1891. 

(3) Sarah E., b. May 23, 1886; m. Lester M. Whitney, 
Nat. Bank of Glens Falls, and had 

I. Maurice Cary. 

(4) William E., b. Nov. 17, 1888; in Earlham College. 

(5) A. Heywood, b. June 2, 1891 ; grad. Oakwood Acad., 
1910. 

(6) George Lucius, b. Feb. 9, 1905. 

2. Cynthia H., b. Jan. 12, 1861 ; m. Edson W. Haviland, 1879; 
live at Bentley Manor, Staten Island, N. Y., and had 

(i) William J., b. July, 1883; m. Bertha M. Esten, June, 
1910; live at Benton Harbor, Mich. 

(2) Edna C, b. July i, 1888; studied at Earlham College. 

(3) Ernest C, b. Oct. 31, 1890; Staten Island, N. Y. 

(4) Katherine A., b. May 31, 1898. 

3. Arthur W., b. Feb. 5, 1864; Truck-farmer and Beekeeper; 
m. Louisa Haviland, Jan. 18, 1888, Glens Falls, N. Y. 

4. Alice L., b. Sept. 30, 1866; m. Edward S. Scales, Drafts- 
man, June, 1893, Staten Island, N. Y., and had 

(i) Harold, b. Mar. 25, 1894. 

(2) Margaret C, b. Feb. 5, 1897. 

(3) Cynthia A., b. Jan. 15, 1908. 

5. William J., b. Nov. 20, 1868; d. 1871. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 227 

V. Egbert, b. Nov. ii, 1828; d. at Baltimore, Md. ; m. Martha 
Snell, and had 

1. Charles J., b. Feb. 10, 1855, Moreau, N. Y. ; m. ist. Sue B. 
Reed, Aug. 23, 1877, Baltimore, who d. Feb., 1886; m. 2d, 
Minnie C. Wing, Oct. 25, 1888, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; they had 
(i) Charles Reed, b. Dec. 26, 1881, Baltimore; grad. at 

Haverford, Col. and Mass. Inst. Technology. 

(2) Herbert, b. Jan., 1882; d. in infancy. 

(3) Eleanor J., b. June 19, 1890; grad. at Goucher College. 

(4) Frank W., b. Oct., 1894. 

(5) Margaret S., b. Jan. 9, 1899. 

2. John R., m. Mary E. Bush; Secy. Provident Savings Bank, 
Baltimore; they had 

(i) Richard L. 
(2) Donald B. 

3. Egbert Snell; m. Elizabeth M. Allen, and had 
(i) Dorothy. 

(2) Egbert. 
VI. James Richardson, b. Oct. 13, 1831 ; grad. at University of 
Michigan, 1859; was a highly respected Teacher, Editor, and 
Telephone Manager, and d. at Neligh, Neb., 1906; m. Mary 
Matthews, of Monroe, Wis., also a Teacher, Oct. 13, 1874, 
and had 

1. Earnest, b. Feb. 25, 1879; grad. at Gates College, took the 
degrees A. B., A. M., and Ph. D. at Harvard, from which 
he had a Traveling Fellowship, and where he afterwards 
taught Greek; in 1908 became Instructor at Smith Col- 
lege, and in 1910 became Instructor at Princeton. 

2. Merritt, b. Dec. 21, 1880, and is in the Biological Survey, 
Dept. of Agriculture; m. Eirene I. Young, Oct., 1905, and 
had 

(i) Harold J., b. Sept. 11, 1906. 
(2) Walter M., b. Oct. i, 1909. 

3. Grace, b. April 13, 1884. 

VII. Matilda, b. Aug. 11, 1833; d. 1863; m. Charles Devoll, and had 
I. Carrie; m. Charles Numan, and had 

(i) Herbert O., a Singer, of Glens Falls, N. Y. 
VIII. John Milton, b. April 21, 1835; d. i860; m. Josephine Ferris, 
who d. 1909. 
IX. Kezia, b. June 16, 1837; m. Silsby Scovel, Grimes, la., who d. 
1900. 



228 John Gary 

X. William, b. May 17, 1839; m. ist, Amanda Mott, Fort Ed- 
ward, N. Y. ; m. 2d, Lydia Mott, a Minister in the Friends 
Society ; he is Prest. of the Gary Association, at Lake George, 
New York. 
XL Lucius Falkland, b. May 21, 1841 ; d. in infancy. 
XIL Gynthia M., b. Dec. i, 1843; an enthusiastic worker for Mis- 
sions; m. William T. Heywood, Des Moines, la., and d. June 
20, 1909; they had 

1. Fred Gary; m. Ada Whitmer, Los Angeles, Gal. 

2. John William ; m. Virginia Allen, Denver, Golo. 

SECTION 219. 

Jervis Gary, son of Dr. William, Sec. in, b. Half Moon, N. Y., 
May 23, 1801, where he lived and died; m. Glarissa Dillingham. 
Ghildren : 

L John M., b. May, 1827, and went to Galifornia. 
IL Joseph W., b. Dec. 16, 1828; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 220. 

Isaac Cary, son of Dr. William, Sec. in, b. Half Moon, N. Y., 
Jan. 15, 1818; m. Melissa Noxon, and lived at Half Moon, about four 
miles from Mechanicsville, N. Y. 
Ghildren: 

L Hannah G., b. Jan. 8, 1857; m. Walden L. Haskins, and had 

1. Florence. 

2. Marion. 

3. Leon. 

n. Gharles, b. June 16, i860; d. 1874. 
HL William N., b. Sept. 13, 1862; he is Prest. of the Gary Brick 
Go., with main office at Mechanicsville, and branches at Bos- 
ton and New York; m. Alice L. Hall, and had 

1. Mabel; m. Herman F. Sholtz, G. E., and live at Bremer- 
ton, Wash. 

2. Gertrude M. 

3. Mildred. 

4. William. 

5. Gharles Howard. 

6. Alice. 

IV. Edward D. ; m. Ella Bailey, who d. 1910; lives at Mechanics- 
ville, N. Y. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 229 

V. Marie S., grad. of Syracuse ; m. Burdette Cleveland, Albany, 

New York. 
VI. Ruth; with the mother at Mechanicsville. 

SECTION 221. 

William Gary, son of Taylor, Sec. 112, b. Saratoga Co., N. Y., 
July 12, 1803; m. Celesta Gridley, April 7, 1831; was a Farmer, and 
lived at Sheridan, Chautauqua Co., N. Y. 

Children : 

I. Celesta, b. Mar. 29, 1835; d. in infancy. 
II. Maria, b. Dec. 19, 1839. 

SECTION 222. 

John M. Cary, son of Taylor, Sec. 112, b. Oneida Co., N. Y., Mar. 
20, 1810; m. 1st, Fanny Hopkins, April 20, 1833, who d. May 26, 1864, 
aged fifty-one years; m. 2d, Louisa M. Baldwin, Nov. 24, 1864; re- 
moved to Hamilton Co., O., thence to Adrian, Mich. ; an intelligent 
and respected Farmer. 

Children : 

I. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 4, 1835; m. B. F. Latham, 1855. 
II. Ira H., b. Jan. 3, 1838; m. Elizabeth Logan, Aug. 19, 1870, 
Montgomery, O. 

III. Minerva, b. July 28, 1844; d. in childhood. 

IV. William H., b. July 28, 1844; d. in childhood. 
V. Levi J., b. May 24, 1849; d. in infancy. 

VI. Fanny Jane, b. Mar. 17, 1851. 
VII. Bessie M., b. Sept. 6, 1870. 

SECTION 223. 

Ebenezer Cary, son of Egbert, Sec. 113, b. Beekman, N. Y., 1822; 
m. Mary E. DeGroff, 1844, and lived at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Children: 

I. Egbert J., b. 1847. 
II. Harriet E., b. 1848. 

III. Sophia W., b. 1850; d. 1851. 

IV. Lauetta C, b. 1856. 
V. Mary E., b. i860. 



230 John Cary 

SECTION 224. 

Solomon Flagler Cary, son of Sturges, Sec. 114, b. Beekman, N. 
Y., Oct. 9, 1820; m. Sarah M. Jarvis, 1852, and lived at Binghamton, 
N. Y., where he d. Feb. 25, 1896. She was descended from William 
and Esther, who were in Huntington, L. I., in 1696. There were three 
generations of Sea Captains ; then Capt. Samuel Jarvis removed to 
Norwalk, Ct. In the Revolutionary War the family was divided: 
Stephen Jarvis and his son Samuel (ancestor of Mrs. Cary) were pa- 
triots, while Stephen, a brother of Samuel and son of Stephen, re- 
mained loyal to the King, removed to Canada, and later became its 
Governor-General. Abraham Jarvis, brother of Stephen, Sr., and 
great-uncle of Mrs. Cary, became the second Episcopal Bishop of Con- 
necticut, succeeding Bishop Seabury, both of whom were consecrated 
in England. She d. Sept. 26, 1900. 
Children : 

I. William Ely, b. Dec. 15, 1852; m. Louise Eaton (whose Gt. 

Grandfather, Gen. Joshua Whitney, founded Binghamton, 

N. Y.), Nov. II, 1897, and had 

I. Constance, who d. in childhood. 
II. Marietta Jarvis, b. April 30, 1855 ; m. Frederick Hyde Foote 

(whose Grandfather, Col. Isaac Foote, was on Washington's 

Staff), Mar. 10, 1896. 
III. Sarah Flagler, b. Nov. 3, 1866; m. Charles Lyon Corbin, Me- 

tuchin, N. J., Jan. 17, 1907, who is a leading member of the 

New Jersey Bar. 

SECTION 225. 

Oliver Akin Cary, son of Sturges, Sec. 114, b. Beekman, N. Y., 
June 3, 1827; removed with his father to Binghamton, N. Y., 1837; m. 
1st, Sarah Maria Newell (b. Mar. 14, 1826; d. May 4, 1857), Oct. i, 
1850; m. 2d, Virginia D. Hart, May 7, 1872, and removed to Corning, 
New York. 
Children: 

I. Cornelia Maria, b. Mar. 7, 1852; d. 1876. 
II. Tracy Morgan, b. Jan. 17, 1854, Binghamton, N. Y. ; removed 
to Chippewa Falls, Wis., 1873; ^- Mary Gertrude Cruttenden 
(b. Dec. 7, 1853, Morris, N. Y., whose ancestor, Abraham of 
Cranbrook, Eng., came to Guilford, Ct., 1639), Sept. 26, 1877, 
and had 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 231 

1. Clara Maria, b. Oct. 20, 1879; d. 1905. 

2. Walter Edward, b. Mar. 22, 1885; m. Bertha Schneider, 
June 17, 1908, and had 

(i) Alice Gertrude, b. May 27, 1909. 

3. Evan Falkland, b. Feb. 16, 1896. 

Mr. Gary is a public-spirited citizen, Gashier of the First 
National Bank, Alderman, and Ghurch official. 

III. Edward, b. Oct. 16, 1855, Binghamton, N. Y., and removed 
to Ghippewa Falls, Wis., 1874, and has been largely interested 
in the handling and investment in lands, and is a Vestryman 
in the Episcopal Ghurch; m. Mrs. Ardelle I. (Knapp) Hoff- 
man, Oct. 16, 1885. 

IV. Myra Ford, b. Oct. 4, 1873; m. John A. Sanders, Feb. 17, 
1903, and had 

1. John Oliver, b. at Albany, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1903. 

2. Kenneth Gary, b. at Albany, April 17, 1906. 

3. Susan Virginia, b. at Gorning, N. Y., Aug. 24, 1907. 
V. Edith Harriet, b. May 30, 1875. 

VI. Elizabeth Hart, b. July 18, 1878. 
VII. Sturges Flagler, b. Feb. 5, 1880. 

VIII. Flora Virginia, b. Mar. 2, 1882; d. 1884, 
IX. Jesse Oliver, b. July 22, 1886. 
X. Harold Shaw, b. April 26, 1888. 
XI. Leigh Randolph, b. April 4, 1890. 

SECTION 226. 
John W. Gary, son of Gephas, Sec. 119, b. Shelby Go., O., Jan. 3, 
1805 ; m. Miss or Mrs. Kenard, and lived at Sidney, O., a man held in 
high esteem. 
Children : 

I. Elizabeth M., b. 1827; m. in 1859, Sidney, O. 
II. Glara B., b. 1829; m. in 1854, Sidney, O. 

III. Hattie R., b. 1833; m. in 1857, Sidney, O. 

IV. Anna K., b. 1835 ; m. in 1855, Sidney, O. 
V. John W., b. 1837; d. 1839. 

VI. B. Franklin, b. 1842; m. and lived at Sidney, O. 

VII. Jane, b. 1843; d. in infancy. 
VIII. Edward, b. 1846. 

IX. John S., b. 1848. 
X. Ella, b. 185 1. 



232 John Gary 

XL John W., b. 1855; d. 1858. 
XII. Tom Corwin, b. i860. 

SECTION 227. 

William A. Gary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., Jan. 9, 
1806; m. Miss or Mrs. Vandermark. 
Children: 

I. Catherine J., b. 1835. 
II. William T., b. 1837. 

III. Henry Clay, b. 1840. 

IV. Josephine, b. 1844. 
V. Clementine, b. 1848. 

SECTION 228. 

David M. Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Shelby Co., O., Jan. 22, 
1810; m. Isabella Gerard, Jan. 22, 1832. 
Children : 

I. Cephas S., b. Nov. 25, 1832. 
II. William C, b. July 22, 1834. 

III. George W., b. Aug. 8, 1836; d. in infancy. 

IV. T. J., b. Aug. 8, 1836; d. in infancy. 
V. Finley W., b. July 25, 1838. 

VI. Alena A., b. July 25, 1838. 

VII. Celestina C, b. May i, 1841 ; m. James B. Beach. 

VIII. Mary E., b. April i, 1843; d. in infancy. 

IX. Rhoda J., b. Dec. i, 1845. 

X. Hester C, b. Sept. i, 1847; d. in childhood. 

XI. David A., b. Sept. i, 1849. 

XII. Clara S., b. Dec. i, 1851. 

XIII. Julia M., b. July i, 1857. 

SECTION 229. 

Thomas M. Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., Dec. 16, 
1812; m. Miss or Mrs. Cole, and lived at Sidney, O., where he d. 1873. 
Children : 

I. Marcellus, b. 1831. 
II. John W., b. 1833. 

III. Stephen, b. 1836; d. 1838. 

IV. John N., b. 1838. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 233 

V. Loretta, b. 1841. 

VI. Tamar Ann, b. 1843. 

VII. Harry G., b. 1846. 

VIII. Nancy A., b. 1852. 

IX. William T., b. 1856. 

X. Ida M., b. 1857. 

SECTION 230. 

Jeremiah Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., June 7, 
1814; m. and lived at Sidney. 

Children : 

I. Sarah J., b. 1838; d. 1859. 
II. David R., b. 1840; d. in infancy. 

III. Elmore Y., b. 1847; d. in childhood. 

IV. John H., b. 1850; d. in infancy. 
V. Flora H., b. 1853. 

VI. Mary A., b. 1861. 
VII. Lizzie T., b. 1863; m. Mr. Wigton, and had 

I. Ethel Cary; m. Albert Morgan, Sioux City, la. 
VIII. Edith. 

SECTION 231. 

Benjamin Wesley Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., 
Oct. I, 1816; m. Miss or Mrs. Cole, and lived at Sidney. 

Children : 

I. William Raper, b. 1838. 
II. Stephen H., b. 1841. 

III. Laura Caroline, b. 1843. 

IV. Jane Wesley, b. 1850. 

SECTION 232. 

Simeon B. Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., Dec. 30, 
1823 ; m. and lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children : 

I. Ida F., b. May 3, 1857; d. in infancy. 
II. Nellie, b. July 14, 1859; d. in infancy. 

III. Jennie, b. Oct. 15, i860. 

IV. Samuel C, b. Dec. 16, 1861. 



234 John Gary 

SECTION 233. 

Harvey G. Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., Aug-. 18, 
1826; m. Miss Newman and lived in Indianapolis, Ind. He was widely 
known, and highly esteemed. 

Children : 

I. Gertrude N., b. 185 1. 
II. John Newman, b. 1853. 
III. Peter Lowe, b. 1856. 

SECTION 234. 

Dr. Milton T. Cary, son of Cephas, Sec. 119, b. Sidney, O., July 22, 
1831 ; m. Cornelia Burnett, 1856; studied Medicine, had a large prac- 
tice, and stood high m the profession in Cincinnati, O., where he lived ; 
was also a Surgeon in the Union Army. 

Children : 

I. Burnett, b. Oct. 21, 1856; d. in childhood. . 
II. Mollie, b. May 8, i860. 
III. Lydia K., b. Mar. 26, 1862. 

SECTION 235. 

Dr. Henry Shorer Cary, son of George, Sec. 120, b. Shelby Co., O., 
June 8, 1816; m. Margaret Ewing Chapman, Sept. 28, 1837, in Union 
Co., O. ; remained in Shelby and Champaign counties for some time, 
when he removed to Lewis Cass Co., la., 1855, where he d. Sept. 16, 
1867 ; his widow d. Nov., 1897, Pender, Neb. He was a very large man. 
weighing 330 pounds ; was the first Physician in Cass Co., and his prac- 
tice extended over a wide extent of country. 

Children : 

I. Sophia Aurora, b. Aug. 30, 1839; m. James M. Hart, who d. 
Feb., 1906; they had 

I. George Cary Hart, Topeka, Kan., with whom the mother 
lived. 
II. Mary Barbara, b. April 12, 1842; m. William H. Bailey, Sept. 
16, 1861, and had 
I. Ira M., May 12, 1863, who lived near Merced, Cal. 

III. Ellena Ardelia, b. June 14, 1844; d. 1907. 

IV. Sarada, b. Feb. 16, 1846; d. in infancy. 

V. Hugh Thompson, b. Sept. 14, 1847; d. in infancy. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 235 

VI. John Calvin Williamson, b. Dec. 31, 1848; lives at Atlantic, 
la., and travels for a Drug firm at Omaha ; m. Clara Joy, and 
had 

1. Henry S. 

2. John Raymond. 

VII. Clara Bell, b. Mar. 15, 1851; d. in infancy. 
VIII. Charles Henry Warden, b. July 10, 1854; m. Mary Iowa Da- 
vis, Modesto, Cal., Oct. 20, 1878; he d. Mar., 1896, and his 
widow m. W. A. Shinn, and lived at Lodi, Cal. ; had 

1. Frank. 

2. Melvin. 

IX. David Chapman, b. Oct. 2, 1856, d. 1866. 
X. George Thompson, b. Oct. 2, 1856; m. Ellen G. Giflford, Nov. 

2, 1881, and is a Druggist at Grant, la. 
XI. Carrie Eugenia, b. Sept. 8, 1859; d. 1863. 

SECTION 236. 
Ezra Gary, son of Thomas, Sec. 121, b. Enfield, Mass., 1803; m. 
Lucretia P. Jenny, 1832, and lived at Enfield. 
Children : 

I. Thomas, b. 1833. , 

II. Aurelia, b. 1835. 
III. Lucretia, b. 1837. 

SECTION 237. 

Edward Cary, son of Thomas, Sec. 121, b. Enfield, Mass., 1809; 
m. Eliza Tucker. 
Children : 

I. Charles. 
II. Harvey. 

III. George. 

IV. Rufus. 

SECTION 238. 

Rufus Gary, son of Thomas, Sec. 121, b. Enfield, Mass., Mar. 14, 
1813; m. Mary K. Ferry, April 26, 1837, who d. Mar. 19, 1900; settled 
in Princeton, 111., where he d. Aug. 7, 1873. When twenty years old 
he taught school in Pelham and Granby, Mass., and at twenty-one re- 
moved to Princeton, which was sparsely settled, and the Indians were 
still there. He bought the farm which afterwards became the County 



236 John Gary 

Farm, and in 1855 removed to town and built for himself a brick 
house, and became the County Treasurer. 
Children : 

I. Francis, b. Aug. 15, 1840; d. 1895. 
II. Eliza, b. Oct. 24, 1842; d. 1844. 

III. Amelia, b. Mar. 23, 1848; d. 1869. 

IV. Warren, b. Dec. 13, 1849, and was a Physician; m. Frances 
Ives Crawford, May 2, 1874, and had 

1. Edward F., b. Feb. 13, 1875; m. ist, Lora G. Simmons, 
who d. 1905 ; m. 2d, Miriam Piatt, Sept. 6, 1907. He grad. 
at University of Michigan, and Andover Theo. Sem. ; was 
Missionary at Harpoot, Turkey, and was Head of their 
Theological School. 

2. Amelia L., b. July 28, 1876, and grad. at University of 
Michigan; m. Dr. Oscar M. Duncan, Bridgeport, 111., July 
2, 1902, and had 

(i) Dorothy, b. Jan. 22, 1909. . 

3. Edith M., b. Aug. 18, 1878; m. Walter S. Rogers, Esq., 
who grad. at University of Chicago and Kent Law School, 
June 17, 1903, and had 

(i) Lora Elizabeth, b. Nov. 2, 1906. 

4. Alice, b. Aug. 20, 1880, a grad. of University of Illinois; 
m. Alexander D. Bailey, University of Michigan. 

SECTION 239. 

Zachary Gary, son of Zachary, Sec. 122, b. Sterling, Mass., 1801 ; 
m. Miriam Morse, 1823, and lived in Norway, Me. 
Children : 

I. James Henry, b. 1824; d. Portland, Me., 1851. 
II. Albert Ouincy, b. 1826, and was killed by the blowing up of 
the steamer Princess, on the Mississippi River in 1859. 

III. Lydia Ann, b. 1829; d. in infancy. 

IV. Martha Jane, b. 1832; m. W. B. Harman. 

V. George Francis, b. 1837; m. Harriet N. Flood, 1866. 
VI. Lewis Clark, b. 1843. 

SECTION 240. 

Thomas Cary, son of Zachary, Sec. 122, b. Sterling, Mass., 1807; 
m. 1st, Miss Walker, 1834; m. 2d, Miss Waterhouse, 1838; lived in 
Gray, Me. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 237 

Children : 

I. Sarah C, b. 1835. 
II. Theda, b. 1841. 

III. Cephas, b. 1843. 

IV. Gustavus, b. 1845. 
V. Cynthia, b. 1851. 

SECTION 241. 

Salmon Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 123, b. Turner, Me., 1804; m. Anna 
Turner, 1830, and lived at Turner, Me. 
Children : 

I. Lorana F., b. 1832; m. Frank Whitman, i860. 
II. Lois Staples, b. 1834; d. in infancy. 

III. Thomas, b. 1836, and was in the Union Army. 

IV. Susanna D., b. 1838; d. in infancy. 
V. Lydia A., b. 1841 ; d. in infancy. 

VI. Salmon W., b. 1843. 
VII. Ezra D., b. 1848. 

SECTION 242. 

Seth S. Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 123, b. Topsham, Me., Feb. 5, 1810; 
m. Susanna F. Hildreth (b. May 30, 1809; d. May 5, 1886), April 22, 
1834; lived in Topsham, where he d. May 23, 1857. 
Children : 

I. Susan Perkins, b. Feb. 21, 1835. 
II. Henry S., b. May 7, 1837. 

III. George A., b. May 7, 1837. 

IV. Priscilla Purington, b. June 8, 1839. 
V. Seth Franklin, b. Mar. 10, 1841. 

VI. Frances Jane, b. Jan. 12, 1843. 
VII. Samuel Page, b. Mar. 18, 1845. 
VIII. Hosea Hildreth, b. Aug. 9, 1847; m. Harriet A. Pray, Gardi- 
ner, Me., July 26, 1873, and had 

1. Susan Augusta, b. Gardiner, Me., Jan. 2, 1876. 

2. Mary Hildreth, b. Gardiner, Me., April 16, 1878. 

3. Eliphalet Pray, b. East Pittston, Me., Oct. 9, 1880. 

4. Gilbert Gowell, b. East Pittston, Me., Feb. 20, 1886. 
IX. Mary Ella, b. Oct. 21, 1849. 

X. Daniel Herbert, b. Aug. 21, 1852. 
XI. Lucy Patten, b. Oct. 13, 1856. 



238 John Gary 

SECTION 243. 

Daniel Gary, son of Ezra, Sec. 123, b. Turner, Me., 1806; m. Tem- 
perance Waterman, 1833, and lived in Maine. 
Children : 

I. Augustus, b. 1834. 

II. Ellen, b. 1836; m. Augustus Carter, 1855. 

III. Lois Amelia, b. 1841. 

IV. Daniel Frederick, b. 1848; d. in childhood. 
V. Herbert, b. 1851 ; d. 1853. 

VI. Clara Isabella, b. 1854. 

SECTION 244. 

William R. Cary, son of Bethuel, Sec. 125, b. Sumner, Me., 1820; 
m. Mary E. Clark, 1841, and lived in East Sumner, Me. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. 1844. 
II. Mary E., b. 1852. 
III. Lydia, b. 1856. 

SECTION 245. 

Benjamin F. Cary, son of Bethuel, Sec. 125, b. Sumner, Me., 1822; 
m. Sophia Robinson, 1846. 
Children : 

I. Bethuel, b. 1852. 
II. Leonard, b. i860. 

SECTION 246. 

Charles Cary, son of Francis, Sec. 126, b. Turner, Me., 1814; m. 
Sallie Bradford, 1837, and lived in Turner. 
Children : 

I. Charles Knowlton, b. Dec. 26, 1838; m. Florence E. Potter, 
Sept. 26, 1866, and lived in Boston, Mass. 
II. Mary B., b. Sept. 27, 1840; m. Wallace Clark, Esq. 

SECTION 247. 

Francis Cary, son of Francis, Sec. 126, b. Turner, Me., 1824; m. 
Lois Allen, 1851, and lived in Turner. 
Child : 

I. Daniel, b. 1854. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 239 

SECTION 248. 

Luther Cary, son of Cassander, Sec. 127, b. Turner, Me., Dec. i, 
1820; m. Dora Spencer, 1852. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. 1856. 
II. Clara, b. 1861. 

SECTION 249. 

Harrison Gray Otis Cary, son of Anselm, Sec. 129, b. Greene, Me., 
Dec. 28, 1816; removed with family to Zanesville, O. ; m. ist, Emma V. 
Bateman, Oct. 13, 1842, who d. April 27, 1847; ™- ^d, Matilda A. In- 
galls, Nov. 16, 1854. He was a popular Druggist of Zanesville, and an 
active philanthropist. 
Children : 

I. Elizabeth Cox, b. 1843 ; d. in infancy. 
II. Edward Russell, b. Jan. 2, 1845 '■> ^ Druggist at Des Moines, la. 
III. Emma, b. April 10, 1847; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 250. 

Jairus Cary, son of Hugh, Sec. 131, b. Turner, Me., Sept. 25, 1823; 
m. Sophronia M. Foster, 1848, and lived in Turner. 
Children : 

I. Julia F., b. 1850. 
II. Edward F., b. 1855. 
III. Ada G., b. 1861. 

SECTION 251. 

Shepard Cary, son of William H., Sec. 133, b. New Salem, Mass., 
July 3, 1805 ; at the age of seventeen, went to Houlton, Me., with his 
parents ; m. Susanna Whitaker, at New Salem, Mass., Dec. 25, 1832, 
and d. at Houlton, Aug. 9, 1866. In early life he engaged in storekeep- 
ing, and as he came to manhood, developed the capacity for large en- 
terprises, which gave employment to hundreds of men. He carried 
on extensive lumbering operations on the waters of the Upper St. John 
and Allagash Rivers; he was also owner of large tracts of timber land 
in those regions, and in other parts of Aroostook County ; he also en- 
gaged extensively in agriculture, built and operated a foundry and 
machine shop at Houlton, and grist and lumber mills, besides a profit- 
able mercantile business. In addition to. these great undertakings, he 



240 John Gary 

took an active part in politics, serving sixteen terms in the House and 
Senate of Maine; was a member of Congress in 1842, and in 1854 
was candidate for Governor on the ticket of the Liberty Party. 
Children : 

I. Theodore, b. April 9, 1835; m. ist, Althea M. Dodge, Nov. 14, 
1861 ; m. 2d, Phebe S. Plummer, Belfast, Me., Dec. 24, 1874; 
his education was secured in the public schools and Houlton 
Academy; in i860 he established The Aroostook Times, the 
first newspaper printed in Houlton, and continued to edit and 
publish it for nearly forty years ; he was public-spirited, and 
a useful citizen ; they had 

1. Alice, who d. in infancy. 

2. Eugene, who d. in infancy. 

3. Walter, b. Aug. 7, 1865; fitted for College at Houlton 
Academy, and grad. at Colby, 1890; was admitted to the 
Bar in 1892, and to the U. S. Circuit Court in 1893; is a 
practicing Law>'er, and Prest. of the Board of Trustees 
of the Cary Library, founded by his uncle, George Cary ; 
m. Florence Emerson, Lincoln, Me., Jan. 22, 1895, and 
have 

(i) Catherine, b. Nov. 17, 1899. 
II. George, b. Aug. 29, 1837; grad. at Bowdoin, i860, in the 
Class with Hon. Thomas B. Reed ; enlisted as a private in the 
1st Maine Cav., and was promoted to a Captaincy; was in the 
Battles of Cedar Mountain, Second Bull Run, Fredericks- 
burg, and others, but failing health compelled him to resign 
in 1863. Received his M. D. from the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, New York, and practiced his profession till 
his death, Nov. 29, 1899, bequeathing to his native Town a 
considerable estate to establish and maintain a Free Public 
Library, known as the Cary Library. 

III. Jeflferson, b. Sept. 4, 1841 ; he also is a practicing Physician, 
at Caribou, Me., and has been thrice married. 

IV. John H., b. July 18, 1844; d. in infancy. 
V. Bion B., b. July 18, 1844; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 252. 

William Holman Cary, son of William Holman, Sec. 133, b. New 
Salem, Mass., Oct. 23, 1812, and d. at St. Paul, Minn., Mar. 19, 1884; 
m. ist, Cordelia Matthews, 1844, who d. April 29, 1849; ™- 2d, Ade- 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 241 

laide Currier, Nov., 1858. For many 3ears he was engaged with his 
brother, Shepard, in the management of lumbering operations in 
Northern Aroostook, where native pine lumber, then much in de- 
mand in England for ship timber, was cut and floated down the rivers 
to St. John's, N. B., for export. 
Children : 

I. Sylvester, b. Jan. 8, 1845. 
11. William H., b. April 2. 1849, Boston, Mass. 

III. Catherine H., b. May 15, i860. 

IV. Annie A., b. Nov. 25, 1861 ; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 253. 

Horace Gary, son of Ephraim, Sec. 134, b. Minot, Me., 181 1; m. 
Miss Bradford, Turner, Me., 1835. 
Children : 

I. Charles, b. 1836; d. 1859. 

II. Zoe Jane, b. 1839; m. H. Haskell, 1863. 

III. Lucius, b. 1843. 

IV. Lyman, b. 1847. 

SECTION 254. 

Daniel Morris Cary, son of Joseph, Sec. 135, b. Knox Co., Me., 
June 17, 1806; m. Dorcas Price, Dec. 28, 1830; removed to Millersburg, 
la., where he d. April, 1874. 
Children : 

I. Sarah W., b. Oct. 27, 1831 ; m. A. Ackers, 1855; d. 1856. 

II. William, b. Feb. 2, 1833. Sec. 315. 

III. James B., b. June 24, 1835 ; m. Clara E. Penn, Millersburg, 
la., May 14, 1867, and had 

I. James H., b. Aug. 2, 1868, and lived at Victor, la. 

IV. John A., b. May 24, 1838; he was in the 28th Iowa Regt. ; m. 
Ellen C. Sherwood, June 23, 1861, and had 

1. Charles A., b. June, 1862. 

2. Samuel D., b. Jan., 1869. 

3. Sherman G., b. Dec. 8, 1873. 

V. Samuel P., b. May 18, 1840; d. Feb. 20, 1866; m. Sarah B. 

Young, June 28, 1863, and had 

I. Alice, b. April 18, 1864. 
VI. Martha, b. Feb. 11, 1843; m. Dr. J. S. Gaines, June, 1862. 
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242 John Gary 

VII. Alvah A., b. Nov. 17, 1845. 
VIII. Emily J., b. Aug. 2, 1852 ; m. Allen Thompson, Aug. 19, 1872. 

SECTION 255. 
Dr. Abel Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 137, b. in Ohio, Oct. 2, 1809; 
studied Medicine, and stood high as a Physician and as a man; settled 
in Salem, O.; m. Maria P. Miller, May 5, 1843. 
Children : 

I. Isabella, b. June 20, 1844; d. in childhood. 
II. Ashbel, b. Jan. 6, 1846. 

III. Barclay, b. Mar. 20, 1847; d. in childhood. 

IV. David M., b. Jan. 26, 1849. 
V. James R., b. April 17, 1851. 

VI. Charles M., b. May 14, 1853. 

VII. Lewis, b. May 14, 1855; d. in childhood. 

VIII. Alice, b. Sept. 17, 1857. 

IX. William B., b. Dec. 9, i860. 

SECTION 256. 
Aaron Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 137, b. in Ohio, Aug. 17. 1813; m. 
Nancy Myers, of Bucyrus, O., Sept. 22, 1840, and lived at Defiance, O. 
Children : 

I. Lewis M., b. Oct. 7, 1841 ; m. Hattie C. Scott. 
II. Melancthon, b. May 21, 1844. 

III. Abram M., b. Dec. 15, 1846. 

IV. William H., b. June 14, 1850. 

SECTION 257. 

Edmond Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 137, b. in Ohio, Oct. 27, 1815 ; m. 
Delia Bartlett, Oct. 27, 1840; removed to Rockton, 111. 
Children : 

I. Sarah, b. Oct. 12, 1841 ; d. in childhood. 
II. Pamelia, b. Nov. 10, 1843; d. in childhood. 

III. Daniel B., b. April 8, 1845; d. in Union Army. Mar. 19. 1864. 

IV. Thomas J., b. Aug. 27, 1847. 

V. Lucretia, b. Mar. 29, 1850. 
VI. Esther, b. Jan. 29, 1852. 

VII. Charles W., b. July 8, 1854. 
VIII. Kate M., b. Mar. 4, 1856. 
IX. Susan B., b. Dec. 30, 1857. 
X. George E., b. Feb. 25, 1864. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 243 

SECTION 258. 

George Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 137, b. in Ohio, Aug. 4, 1821 ; m. 
Catherine G. Gordon, April 10, 1849; removed to Beloit, Wis. 
Children : 

I. Harriet M., b. April 10, 1850; d. in infancy. 
II. Lewis A., b. Sept. 24, 1852. 

III. George, b. Aug. 4, 1855. 

IV. James C, b. Oct. 4, 1857; d. in childhood. 

V. Parvin W., b. Sept. 28, 1859; d. in childhood. 

SEGTION 259. 

Lewis Henry Gary, son of John, Sec. 139, b. Morrow Co., O., Mar. 
27, 1813 ; m. Martha Chamberlain, Jan. 8, 1839; removed to Toledo, la. 
Children : 

I. A son; d. in infancy. 
II. William P., b. Jan. 17, 1841 ; d. in childhood. 

III. John Lewis, b. Feb. 24, 1843. 

IV. Mary E., b. Feb. 28, 1845. 

V. Lou, b. April 29, 1848; d. in infancy. 
VI. Martha M., b. Sept. 9, 1849. 
VII. Lucretia, b. Nov. 18, 1852. 

SEGTION 260. 

William Snook Gary, son of John, Sec. 139, b. Morrow Co., O., 
May 16, 1818; m. Mary A. Gordon, Feb. 21, 1843, and removed to Al- 
varado, Ind. 
Children : 

I. Mary Ann, b. Jan. 18, 1844; m. William H. Keyes, Jan. 18, 
1865. 
II. Laurana, b. Jan. 29, 1847; d. 1853. 

III. Margaret J., b. Oct. 20, 1849; d. 1853. 

IV. Levinna E., b. Nov. 11, 1851 ; d. 1853. 
V. William G., b. Oct. 9, 1854. 

VI. John L., b. Mar. 28, 1858. 
VII. Nelson E., b. Nov. 29, 1861. 

SEGTION 261. 

John R. Gary, son of John, Sec. 139, b. Morrow Co., O., Aug. 7, 
1826; m. Eliza S. Lewis, July i, 1845 ! was a Minister of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, and lived at Garden Grove, la. 



244 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Edward G., b. July 5, 1846. 
II. Leonard B., b. June 26, 1848. 

III. Emma, b. Jan. 25, 1851. 

IV. John Lewis, b. May 18, 1854. 
V. Alice B., b. Mar. 4, 1857. 

VI. Clara B., b. April 3, 1859. 

SECTION 262. 

George C. Gary, son of John, Sec. 139, b. Morrow Co., O., Mar. 20, 
1823; m. Cordelia Pui'vis, Dec. 31, 1849; removed to Alvarado, Ind., 
and d. 1900. 
Children ; 

I. Willard P.. b. Oct. 10, 1850; d. in infancy. 
II. Lewis W., b. Sept. 14, 1852, Rome City, Ind. ; d. at Metz, 
Ind., Feb. 27, 1896; m. Anne Barber, April 12. 1876, and had 

1. Emmet B., b. Feb. 19, 1880; a Pharmacist. 

2. Emerson, b. Dec. 14, 1882; d. 1904. 

3. Edna Eugenia, b. Feb. 15, 1885; a Teacher, and both re- 
side with the Mother in Cleveland, O. 

III. Eugenia A., b. Mar. 15, 1855; m. Nathan Metz. 

IV. George M., b. Aug. 29, 1857; d. 1881. 

V. Hibbard E., b. June 20, 1861 ; d. in childhood. 
VI. Lizzie O., b. May 11, 1864; m. Elmer Tees. 
VII. Luta P., b. Oct. 12, 1866; m. George Scott. 
These reside in Edson, O. 

SECTION 263. 

William Sayre Cary, son of Daniel, Sec. 140, b. Drakesville, N. J., 
Mar. 28, 1822; m. ist, Phebe Northrup, Newton, N. J., who bore him 
three children, and d. Jan. 17, 1865; m. 2d, Sarah R. Cramer, May, 
1868; he was a Surveyor and Farmer, and discovered Fire Sand on his 
farm ; was prominent in the community, and d. June 28, 1902. 
Children: 

I. Ann Eliza, b. Feb. 4, 1853; m. Nicholas W. HofTman, Leba- 
non, N. J., and had 

I. Albert Cary, b. Oct. 7, 1885; m. Addie Stillwell, Trenton, 
N. J., June 8, 1909. 
II. Lyman Northrup, b. May 5, 1856, Hoboken, N. J., lived on old 
farm at Flanders, and about 1880 removed to Mandan, N. D., 



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where he is in the Real Estate business ; m. Anne Alison 
Clark, Washington, Pa., Dec. 12, 1894, and had 

1. Ethelind, b. Feb. 25, 1897. 

2. William Sayre, b. Nov. 18, 1898. 

3. James Alison, b. Sept. 18, 1900. 

4. Colin Reed, b. Jan. 5, 1905. 

III. Lewis Daniel, b. Nov. 30, 1858; m. Carrie H. Salmon, Budd's 
Lake, N. J., June 18. 1896; he is a Civil Engineer, to which 
he adds farming, and getting out Fire Sand and Kaolin ; 
they had 

1. A daughter; d. in infancy. 

2. Phoebe Dorothy, b. April 10, 1909; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 264. 

John Gary, son of Zenas, Sec. 142, b. Colrain, Mass., July 24, 1810 ; 
m. 1st, Olive Watson, Feb. 27, 1835, who d. Oct. 2, 1852; m. 2d, Cath- 
erine Coolidge, Sept. 22, 1853, who d. Oct. 23, 1864; m. 3d, Lizzie J. 
White, Jan. 23, 1867, who d. June 23, 1909, Springfield, Mass. He d. 
Mar. I, 1899, at North Adams, Mass. 
Children : 

I. Emerson J., b. May 3, 1837; d. Aug. 19, 1901, North Adams; 
m. Lydia D. Davenport, Aug. 29, 1858, and had 

1. Alice Lela, b. May 7, 1865; m. William H. Buck, Oct. 8, 
1885, and had 

(i) Ray Cary, b. Aug. 20, 1886; m. Ethel Green, 1907, 
and had 
I. A daughter, b. Jan., 1909. 

(2) Gladys L., b. June 9, 1891. 

(3) Donald Le Roy, b. Mar. 12, 1893 ! d. 1900. 

2. Emerson J., b. May 12, 1872; m. Nellie G. Clark of Col- 
rain, Jan. 7, 1892; m. 2d, Grace M. Harris, June i, 1908, 
at Spokane, Wash. ; Bureau of Animal Industry, Dept. 
of Agriculture. 

II. Mary S., b. Jan. 12, 1840; d. 1851. 

III. Fanny Olive, b. June 18, 1842 ; m. Horatio Nelson Buck, East 
Arlington, Vt., Jan. i, 1892. 

IV. Lydia A., b. Aug. 25, 1844; m. George O. Braman of North 
Adams, Mar. 19, 1873, and had 

I. Jason Cary, b. Aug. i, 1874; m. Theressa C. Beck, April 
21, 1909; a commercial traveler, North Adams. 



246 John Gary 

2. Arthur E., b. Aug. 23, 1876; m. Amey E. Tower of North 
Adams, June 16, 1897; commercial traveler, Springfield, 
Mass. 

3. John Watson, b. Aug. 4, 1883; bookkeeper B. & M., 
Springfield. 

4. Harold G., b. Sept. 27, 1885. 
V. James P., b. May 18, 1848. 

VI. Eva Elizabeth, b. Jan. 21, 1855; m. Emerson E. Watson, a 
R. R. engineer, who d. July 27, 1904. 
VII. Ellen B., b. Aug. 25, 1858. 

SECTION 265. 

George Gary, son of Zenas, Sec. 142, b. Colrain, Mass., July 4, 
1812; m. 1st, Diana Shippee, Jan. 7, 1837, who d. Sept. 21, 1854; m. 
2d, Dordana Shippee, Nov. i, 1855, and lived in Colrain, where he d. 
July 10, 1871. 
Children : 

I. Clark Shepard, b. Oct. 3, 1838. Sec. 316. 
II. Ella Diana, b. Ocf. 5, 1856; d. 1859. 

SEGTION 266. 

William Whiting Gary, son of Zenas, Sec. 142, b. Colrain, Mass., 
Feb. 24, 1815; m. ist, Britania Maxam, Colrain, Mass., July 5, 1838, 
whq d. Aug. 9, 1842; m. 2d, Harriet M. Maxam, May 21, 1843, who d. 
Oct. 17, 1898. When 13 years of age one of his knees was injured, 
which crippled him for life; probably this turned his attention to 
Nature studies, and specially to the Honey Bee, which proved to be 
his life work, and he soon had the largest and most thriving Apiary 
in Western Massachusetts. In this he became an authority, and when 
the Italian bees were imported, he was selected as the best man to 
propagate them, and his specialty became the propagation of the 
Queen Bee, which he sent to all parts of the country. He was also 
engaged in the invention and manufacture of apiarian supplies. 
He was sympathetic and public spirited, and d. Dec. 9, 1884. 
Children : 

I. Sarah F., b. June 12, 1840; d. in childhood. 
II. William H., b. July 19, 1842; d. in infancy. 

III. William Henry, b. Dec. 18, 1846; d. in childhood. 

IV. William Whiting, b. Nov. 6, 1848; m. Mary Frances Tripp, 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 247 

Feb. 22, 1871, and he well kept up the reputation of the 
family in his interest in propagating and distributing the 
Queen Bees, to which he has added manufacturing. They had 

1. Lillian Emeline, b. Nov. 27, 1871. 

2. Minnie Lulu, b. Nov. 14, 1874. 

3. Herbert Francis, b. April 17, 1879; he in the third genera- 
tion, keeps up the good repute of the family in Bee 
culture; m. Elizabeth Blagborough of Holyoke, Mass., 
Dec. 31, 1901, and had 

(i) Harold Whiting, b. Oct. 4, 1903. 
(2) Donald Edwin, b. Feb. 11, 1905. 

4. Ethel Lena, b. June 19, 1883 ; m. Earl Willard Nichols 
of Colrain, July 18, 1906, and had 

(i) Raymond E., b. June 17, 1909. 
V. Sarah E., b. July 13, 1850; m. Charles W. Eastman of Brad- 
ford, Vt., Mar. 5, 1872, who d. Oct. 14, 1876; m. 2d, George 
E. Brown of Bradford, Vt., Aug. 29, 1883, who d. Mar. 9, 
1901 ; m. 3d, Levi E. Call of Gardner, Mass., April 9, 1904. 
VL Viola Estella, b. Sept. 22, 1853; m. Frank Crozier of Reads- 
boro, Vt., Jan. 17, 1887, and had 
I. Ruth Cary, b. Jan. 31, 1892; d. in infancy. 
Vn. Charles F., b. May 16, 1857; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 267. 

Levi Cary, son of Zenas, Sec. 142, b. Catamount Hill, Colrain, 
Mass., April 2, 1822; m. Fanny Jane Shippee, Nov. 27, 1845; they 
lived in Colrain and Conway, and several years at North Adams, 
Mass. He d. April 18, 1889, and his widow d. Oct. 24, 1899, ^t 
Turner's Falls, Mass. 

Children: 

I. Hoyt Francis, b. Oct. 11, 1847; ^- ^"^ had six children, 

North Adams. 
IL Arthur D., b. Mar. i, 1853; d. in childhood. 
HL Emma L., b. Oct. i, 1855; d. in childhood. 
IV. Nellie G., b. May 16, i860; m. Mr. Williams, Turner's Falls, 

Mass. 
V. Fred E., b. June 9, 1864, Orange, Mass. 



248 John Gary 

SECTION 268. 

Josiaih Gary, son of Zebulon, Sec. 143, b. Brookfield, Mass., Sept. 
25, 1814; m. Anne Butler, 1843; he was a Carpenter, removed to 
Franklinville, N. Y., and d. Sept. 29, 1865. 
Children : 

I. Phebe Ann, b. Jan. 2, 1844. 
II. William H., b. Jan 2, 1846. 
III. Susan, b. May 7, 1849. 

SECTION 269. 
Josiah Addison Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 144, b. Brookfield, Mass., 
1813; removed to Ohio, and was Supt. of the Asylum for the Deaf 
and Dumb at Columbus, where he d. Aug. 7, 1852. He m. Gertrude 
Jenkins, Oct. 23, 1844, who afterwards conducted a popular Young 
Ladies' Seminary at Philadelphia, Pa. 
Children : 

I. Mary Alice, b. May 5, 1846. 
11. Norman White, b. Oct. 29, 1849. 

SECTION 270. 
Nathan C. Cary, son of Avery, Sec. 145, b. North Brookfield, 
Mass., 1814; m. Frances T. Wilson, and lived in Roxbury, Boston, 
Mass. 
Children : 

I. Fanny Maria, b. 1846; m. Charles Albert Merrill, 1867, and 
had 

I. Charles A., b. 1870; m. Clara Boutell, 1901, and had 
(i) Cary Merrill, b. 1902, and live at Los Angeles, Cal. 
II. William Avery, b. 1849; a Solicitor in Probate, Boston; m. 

Mrs. Clara Pond Hutchins, 1901. 
III. Mary E., b. 1854; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 271. 
Samuel Avery Cary, son of Avery, Sec. 145, b. North Brookfield, 
Mass., 1823; m. Maria Cook, Boston, 1853, and settled at Elyria, O. 
Children: 

I. Edward Avery, b. 1856. 

II. Harriet, b. 1858; m. Walter G. Cleveland, Cleveland, O., and 
d. 1900. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 249 

III. Annie, b. 1861 ; m. George Martin. 

IV. Mary, b. 1861 ; d. in infancy. 

V. Samuel, b. 1866; m. and lives in Chicago. 
VI. Fanny M. 
VII. Kate; m. Walter G. Cleveland, 1902. 
VIII. Nettie; m. and lives in St. Louis. 

SECTION 272. 

Daniel Moulton Gary, son of Thomas H., Sec. 147, b. Spring- 
ville, N. Y., June 25, 1831 ; m. Celestine Gates, Mar., 1856, and lived 
at Allen's Point, Wis. 
Children : 

I. Edward, b. 1857. 
II. Benjamin, b. i860. 

SECTION 272-A. 

Susanna Cary, dau. of Barzillai, Sec. 149, b. Bridgewater, 1808; 
m. Luke Perkins, Auburn, Mass. 
Children : 

I. Rhoda Cary, m. Mr. Dinsmore. 
II. Susan Elizabeth, m. Mr. Packard. 

III. Vesta Snell, m. Isaiah A. Beals, and had 

1. Arthur Loring. 

2. Susanna Cary. 

IV. Stillman Simeon, m. and had 

I. Edward Lyman, who m. and had 
(i) Dorothy Ellen. 

(2) Mary Louisa. ' 

V. George Albert. 
VI. Martha Ellen. 

SECTION 272-B. 

Rhoda Cary, dau. of Barzillai, Sec. 149, b. Bridg^ewater, 1821 ; 
m. Daniel S. Howard; she d. Dec. 4, 1868. 
Children : 

I. Warren Alcott, b. Dec. 20, 1839; m. Mary Agnes Stetson, 
Dec. 25, 1861, and had 

1. Mary Stetson, b. Nov. 19, 1862. 

2. Agnes Alcott, b. June 17, 1868; m. Edward T. Rock, Sept. 
22, 1896, and had 



250 John Cary 

(i) Katherine. 

(2) Howard. 

(3) Warren. 

(4) Richard. 

3. Annie Cary, b. Nov. 22, 1870; d. 1872. 

4. Frank A., b. Dec. 17, 1872 ; m. Faith Rider, Sept. 22, 1902, 
and had 

(i) Allen R., b. Nov., 1903. 

(2) Warren, b. June 22, 1905. 

(3) Lucius A. 
II. Lizzie Stone. 

SECTION 272-C. 

Vesta Snell Cary, dau. of Barzillai, Sec. 149, b. Bridgewater, May 
I, 1827; m. Henry K. Keith, Kingston, Mass. (b. Dec. 19, 1826; d. 
Aug. 9, 1909), July 18, 1847; she d. Feb. 5, 1903. 
Children : 

I. Lewis Henry, b. June 8, 1848, North Duxbury, Mass. ; m. 
Laura L. Bailey, Kingston, and had 

1. Louise Cary, b. Dec. 9, 1872; d. Sept. 22, 1908; m. George 
H. Clark, and had 

(i) Kenneth Oldham. 

2. Anne Lewis, b. June 24, 1876; d. in infancy. 

3. Gertrude Willard, b. Nov. 16, 1879. 

4. Helen Cynthia, b. Mar. 4, 1881 ; d. 1901. 

5. Clinton Thomas, b. Nov. 27, 1887. 

II. Emma Cary, b. Feb. 25, 1850; d. Feb. 15, 1891 ; m. James 
L. Barker, Santa Barbara, Cal., and had 
I. Henry L., b. Sept. 11, 1875, Kingston, Mass., a Corre- 
spondent of the Associated Press. 

SECTION 273. 

Charles Cary, son of Caleb, Sec. 150, b. East Machias. Me., 1835; 
m. Mary E., dau. of Luther Cary, 1857; lived in East Machias, and 
d. 1884. 
Children : 

I. William, b. 1858; d. 1865. 
II. Lucy T., b. i860; d. 1865. 

III. Austin, b. July 31, 1865; educated at Bowdoin, taught for a 
year, and then engaged in University work; spent ten years 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 251 

in the U. S. Forestry Division, and in the work in the State 
of Maine; in forestry work for the Berlin Mills Co., Portland, 
Me.; holds degrees of B. A., M. A., and Phi Beta Kappa; 
explored in Labrador in 1892 ; Professor at Harvard. 
IV. George Foster, b. 1867, and is a business man; grad. Bowdoin, 
1888; Treas. Machias Savings Bank, 1897; Pres't Machias 
Banking Co., 1901 ; Overseer Bowdoin College; m. Lottie 
Colman, 1889, and had 
I. Charles Austin, b. 1900. 
V. Edwin L., b. 1872 ; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 274. 

Elisha Caleb Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 151, b. Cooper, Me., 
1819; m. Vienna Bridgman, 1846, and lived in Cooper. 
Children : 

I. Laura E. 

II. Veranus L. 

III. Alvin S. 

IV. Manly A. 
V. Frank E. 

VI. Elisha S. 

SECTION 275. 

Henry S. Cary, son of Jonathan, Sec. 151, b. Cooper, Me., Aug. 4, 
1822; m. Waity W. Palmeter, Cooper, Me., 1845, and lived in Cooper. 
Children : 

I. Elizabeth M., b. Mar. 3, 1848; m. George H. Foster, and had 

1. Charles Flenry, b. Mar. 22, 1875. 

2. Laura E., b. April 29, 1877; d. in childhood. 

3. George E., b. May 9, 1883 ; d. in childhood. 

II. Emily, b. Sept. 5, 1850; m. Raymond A. Damon, Jan. i, 1876, 
and had 

1. Alice Cary, b. Nov. 2-], 1876; m. George Cary of Brockton, 
Mass., June 14, 1900, and had 

(i) George Arnold, b. May 18, 1905. 

2. Bertha E., b. Aug. 6, 1879; m. Alfred Miles, Hancock, Me. 

3. Arthur R., b. Feb. 22, 1884. 

III. Evelyn P., b. Jan. 10, 1859; d. about 1875. 

IV. Willard H., b. April 6, 1863; m. Hattie Stewart, Columbia, 
Me. ; he d. Aug. 19, 1902. 



252 John Gary 

SECTION 276. 

James Webber Gary, son of Luther, Sec. 152, b. East Machias, 
Me., Aug., 1819; m. Anna E. Allan, Oct., 1857; lived in Cooper, Me., 
and d. Feb., 1900. 
Children: 

I. Charlotte Amelia, b. Oct., 1858; in Moody Training School, 

Chicago. 
II. John Allan, b. Mar., 1861 ; m. Frances McMullin, and had 

1. James. 

2. Alice Elizabeth. 

SECTION 276-A. 

Martin L. Cary, son of Luther, Sec. 152, b. Cooper, Me., Sept., 
1836; was a Sergeant in the 1st Rhode Island Cav., and in 1864 was 
severely wounded and discharged ; he then became Foreman in the 
Corliss Steam Engine Works, Providence, and afterwards was engaged 
in caring for the interests of the heirs, so that in all he gave 42 years 
to the service of the family. He was a member of the North Con- 
gregational Church, and for many years a Deacon. In 1867, m. Mary 
M. Wattles, who d. April, 1904; he d. 1907. 
Children : 

I. Edwin Foster; m. Clara Louise Perry, and had 

1. Eleanor. 

2. Hope. 

II. Walter W. ; m. Margaret Forsyth, and had 





I. Margaret. 




2. Luther. 




3. Ida. 




4. Howard W. 




5. Austin. 


III. 


Alice; m. Arthur Dent, and had 




I. Alston Cary. 




2. Edwin Foster. 


IV. 


Helen. 




SECTION 277. 



Charles George Cary, son of Lewis, Sec. 155, b. Boston, Mass., 
1824; m. Sarah O. Barnes, 1848, and was accidentally shot while 
hunting in 1853. 




REV OTIS GARY. D. D, 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 253 

Children : 

I. George Billings, b. 1849. 
II. Francis Henry, b. 1851. 
III. Charles Warren, b. 1854. 

SECTION 278. 

Thomas Webb Gary, son of Lewis, Sec. 155, b. Boston, Mass., 
1826; m. Caroline Parker, 1846. 
Children : 

I. Charles Parker, b. 1847. 
II. Emma C, b. 1849. 

III. Lewis Warren, b. 185 1; d. in childhood. 

IV. Adaline E., b. 1853. 
V. Mary E., b. 1856. 

VI. Calvin Chase, b. 1858. 

SECTION 279. 

Alexander Claxton Gary, son of Isaac, Sec. 156, b. Boston, Mass., 
Feb., 1834; m. Mary Elizabeth Barker, Newton, Mass., 1857, who d. 
Aug. 7, 1907, New York City; he entered The New England Bank 
Note Co., of which his father was the Manager, and which was 
afterwards absorbed by The American Bank Note Co., and he re- 
moved to New York City and became the Manager. At the time 
of his death, which occurred Jan. 11, 1909, he had retired from active 
business. 
Children : 

I. Lillian; m. Arthur W. Stedman, Boston, 1878; d. 1881, 
II. Alice, 
in. Elizabeth ; m. Arthur Blaney ; m. 2d, Frank C. Farquhar, 
Boston, 1905 ; they had 
I. Lillian. 
IV. Julia Willard. 
V. Jane Solis. 

VI. Mary Willard; d. about 1889. 
VII. Alexander Claxton; m. Lillian Daly, New York, and had 

1. Alexander Claxton. 

2. Helen. 

3. Lillian. 

4. Willard Perkins, b. 1908. 

VIII. Emma Cheney; m. Richard A. Monks, New York City. 



254 John Gary 

SECTION 279-A. 

Mary Ann Cary, daii. of Hon. Otis, Sec. 157, b. Easton, Mass., 
Aug. 15, 1831 ; d. Feb. 20, 1901 ; grad. Mount Holyoke, 1851 ; m. Arza 
Benjamin Keith, a prominent Shoe Manufacturer of Campello (Brock- 
ton), Mass., April 25, 1854. She was a friend of sound learning, a 
church worker, and a helper in every good cause. Her brother's 
Poem, written for the Cary Reunion following her death, is a fitting 
tribute to her loving service. 

A self-forgetful life ; and we 

Often forgot, like her, to see 
Whose hand it was that wrought the deed, 
Who spoke the word that met the need. 
Who labored on while none gave heed. 

But now we see what she saw not, 
And know the worth, which she forgot, 

Of her own self, as long she stood 

In sacrifice for others' good, 

A type of Christian womanhood. 
Karuizawa, Japan, July 24, 1901. 

Children : 

I. Otis Franklin, b. July 2^, 1855; d. in childhood. 
II. Warren Burton, b. Oct. 6, 1857; grad. at Amherst, and is a 
Civil Engineer; m. Mrs. Luella Chapman Parke. 

III. Marcia Ann, b. Sept. 10, 1859; grad. at Mt. Holyoke, and 
taught there 18 years ; has studied at Worcester Polytechnic, 
Chicago, and Berlin. 

IV. Herbert Cary, b. Dec. 24, 1861 ; is a Consulting Civil En- 
gineer; m. Lillian Davenport; their eldest son has a Rhodes 
Scholarship, and the younger is at Yale. 

V. Clara Louisa, b. Sept. 3, 1864; m. E. C. Bryant. 
VI. Lucy Ella, b. Oct. 16, 1866; grad. of Chicago, and is Prof. 

of Bible Study, Western College, Oxford, O. 
VII. Mary Helen, b. Nov. 9, 1868; grad. Mt. Holyoke and Co- 
lumbia, and taught at Mt. Holyoke. 
VIII. Sarah Emma, b. Nov. 11, 1870; grad. Mt. Holyoke and TufTt's, 
and an independent Investigator at Marine Biological Labo- 
ratory, Woods Holl, Mass. 
IX. Cora Frances, b. June 16, 1873; m. Charles McLean Warren, 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 255 

Sept. 23, 1905, and they are Missionaries in Japan; they had 

1. Dana Thurston, b. Oct. 8, 1906. 

2. Mary Keith, b. Mar. 12, 1908. 

X. Arza Henry, b. Mar. 11, 1875; m. Emma L. Thompson. 

SECTION 279-B. 

Rev. Otis Gary, D. D., son of Hon. Otis, Sec. 157, b. April 20, 
1851, Foxboro, Mass.; graduated from High School, 1868; from Am- 
herst, 1872; from Andover, 1877, and was ordained to the Ministry the 
same year, and received his Doctor's degree 1904; m. Ellen Maria 
Emerson of Nashua, N. H., Dec. 18, 1877. In 1878 went to Japan 
as a Missionary of the American Board; engaged in evangelistic work 
in Okayama, Osaka, and Kyoto ; in 1892 was Lecturer on Practical 
Sociology, and in 1900 became Professor of Practical Sociology and 
Homiletics in the Doshisha Seminary. In the Japanese language he 
has been a fruitful author and translator, as well as preacher; his 
last work while on leave of absence in 1898-99, being a History of 
Christianity in Japan, in two large volumes. After thirty years in 
Japan, he went back, leaving his four children in school in America. 
He is also the author of the Later Cary Poems, the longer of which 
gives the story of the winning of the Cary Coat of Arms. 
Children : 

I. George Emerson, b. Jan. 27, 1884, Okayama, Japan ; now in 

Andover Theological Seminary. 
II. Walter, b. Jan. 8, 1886, Okayama, Japan; now in Medical 

School, Cleveland, Ohio. 

III. Frank, b. July 18, 1888, Foxboro, Mass.; now at Amherst 
College. 

IV. Alice Elizabeth, b. Nov. 2, 1900, Osaka, Japan ; now at 
Northfield, Mass. 

SECTION 280. 

Col. Samuel Cary, son of Abram, Sec. 159, b. in New Jersey, 1784; 
when a boy removed to the Northwest Territory with his parents ; 
m. Sarah Goble, Oct. 25, 1803, at Cincinnati, O., and settled in Henry 
Co., Ind. He was a man of quiet and amiable temper, a nobleman 
by nature, and a great favorite of the Indians; was an early and 
prominent Mason, and came to his death by accident, Aug. 27, 1828. 
He had five sons in the Mexican War. His wife was a model woman, 
and d. at the age of 71 years. 



256 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Rhoda, b. Jan. 25, 1805; m. A. W. Reed of South Carolina, 
Oct. 2, 1823; d. at Grand Gulf, La., 1848, leaving four sons 
and two daughters. 
II. Mary M., b. May, 1807; m. Dr. John Elliott, Oct. 25, 1826, 
and had one son and two daughters. 

III. Drusilla, b. Feb. 3, 1809; m. J. B. Ferguson, Indianapolis, 
Ind., Dec. 18, 1823 ; d. 1853, leaving three sons and one 
daughter. 

IV. Leonora, b. Nov. 12, 1810; d. 1814. 

V. Martha, b. Oct. 6, 1812; m. Lorenzo D. Meeks, New Castle. 

Ind., Sept. 23, 1831, and had four sons and three daughters. 

VI. Ebenezer, b. Oct. 6, 1812 ; m. Mary Elsrath ; was a Captain 

in the Mexican War, and d. in the City of Mexico, 1848. 
VII. Samuel Stephen Decatur, b. Mar. 29, 1815; m. Mary D. 
Owens, July 22, 1833, Newcastle, Ind.. and had three sons 
and two daughters. He was in the Mexican War, and d. at 
Puebla, Mex., 1848. His widow went South, and his sons. 
Fielding G. and Martin, were in the Confederate service; 
the daughters d. childless. 
VIII. Susanna, b. May 23, 1817; d. 1826. 
IX. Oliver H. Perry, b. Feb. 26, 1819; was a Captain in the 
Mexican War, and Lieutenant-Colonel, 36th Ind., in the 
Civil War; m. Lois Hall, and had a daughter; lived at 
Marion, Ind. 
X. Sarah A. M., b. Feb. 6, 1822 ; m. Bronson Swaim, Sept. 22, 
1847, s^'^d had two sons and one daughter; lived at Knights- 
town, Ind. 
XL James Noble, b. June 18, 1823 ; was in the Mexican War, 

and d. soon after his return. 
XII. John Test, b. 1825; was in the Mexican War; in 1850 went 
to California, and became distinguished as a Lawyer, and for 
years was Judge in Klamath County. 

SECTION 28L 
Waitstill Munson Cary, son of Abram, Sec. 159, b. in New 
Jersey, 1785 ; removed with parents to Cincinnati, O., thence to Spring- 
field, O., where he married Nancy Rock, July 9, 1805 ; removed with 
the first settlers to Knightstown, Ind., where he lived to an advanced 
age highly respected. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 257 

Children : 

I. Abram, b. Nov. ii, 1807; m. Elizabeth Sprause, and had 

1. Nancy E., b. Sept. i, 1849. 

2. Waitstill M., b. Feb. 18, 1851. 

3. Henrietta, b. Jan., 1853. 

4. Joseph M., b. Oct., 1854. 

5. Mary H., b. Nov., 1856. 

6. Rosa E., b. Jan., 1862. 

II. Martha, b. Jan. 20, 1809; m. ist, Benjamin Stratton, Jan. 26, 
1832; m. 2d, Jesse Hinshaw; had three sons and two daugh- 
ters. 

III. Mary, b. Nov. 7, 1810; m. Asa Heaton, Feb. 4, 1830, and had 

1. Abram C. 

2. Joseph W. 

3. Waitstill M. 

IV. Eleanor, b. Sept. 11, 1812; m. J. M. Whitesill, Aug. 18, 1831, 
and had 

1. James Lowry. 

2. Charles Rock. 

V. Phebe, b. April 4, 1814; m. Robert Huddleson, June 10, 1830, 

and had four sons and two daughters. 
VI. Rosanna, b. Mar. 5, 1816; m. M. F. Edwards, May 5, 1836, 

and had two sons and three daughters. 
VII. Caroline, b. 1818; m. D. Macy, 1834; d. 1836. 

SECTION 281-A. 

Ebenezer Gary, son of Clement, Sec. 161, b. Suckasunna Plains, 
N. J., July 30, 1810; removed to Augusta, Ga., 1835; m. Martha Burr 
Stockton (a descendant of the New Jersey Stocktons, and connected 
with Aaron Burr), Feb. 22, 1843; she d. May 12, 1863, and he d. 
Mar. 4, 1884. 
Children : 

I. Martha, b. April 21, 1844; d. in infancy. 

II. Silas Jennings, b. Dec. 23, 1845 1 d. Nov. 7, 1875 ; m. Annie 
L. Parker, Dec. 21, 1870, and had 

1. Martha Eugenia, b. Oct. 31, 1869; d. in infancy. 

2. Harry Francis, b. Nov. 28, 1874; m. Catherine Cornell, 
Macon, Ga., Nov. 8, 1900; he is General Passenger Agent 
of the Southern Railway, Washington, D. C. 

III. Clement Cassius, b. Oct. 27, 1847; ™- Callia Benson, Jan. 26, 
17 



258 John Gary 

1871, is a member of the North Georgia Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and lives at Atlanta, Ga. 
IV. Joseph Burr, b. Oct. 8, 1849; d. in infancy. 
V. Mary Elizabeth, b. Dec. 4, 1851 ; d. Jan. 15, 1879; m. Ben- 
jamin Toole, Dec. 21, 1870, and had 

1. Madge Elizabeth, b. Nov. 26, 1871 ; d. in infancy. 

2. Benjamin Franklin, b. Feb. 3, 1874; d. Sept. 28, 1900, 
Charleston, S. C. 

3. Alice Lavinia, b. Jan. 2, 1876; m. Dr. De Leon Lewellen, 
June 25, 1902, and had 

(i) Jesse De Leon, b. Aug. 18, 1903. 

(2) Alice Cary, b. June i, 1905. 

(3) John Wyeth, b. July 24, 1908. 

VL Alice Matilda, b. Jan. 30, 1854; m. Benjamin F. Toole, Aug. 
18, 1879, and had 

1. Mamie Derry, b. June 6, 1881. 

2. Irene Elizabeth, b. Nov. 7, 1882, Savannah, Ga. 

3. Norman Cary, b. June 28, 1886, Wilmington, N. C. 
VIL Ebenezer Francis, b. June 12, 1856; m. Mrs. Augusta Dodge 

Cooper, Sept. i, 1883, who d. Nov., 1905, Macon, Ga. 
VIIL Hattie Edith, b. May 17, 1863; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 283. 

Henry Axtell Cary, son of Nathaniel, Sec. 162, b. in New Jersey, 
Nov. 4, 1816; was a Tanner, and m. Mary Bockover, 1839, and lived in 
Towanda, Pa. 
Children : 

I. Jefiferson S., b. Oct., 1840, in U. S. Navy. 

II. Frank B., b. April, 1842; killed in the battle of Chancellors- 
ville, Va., 1863. 
III. Ann Augusta, b. June, 1848. 

SECTION 283. 

Lewis Cary, son of Nathaniel, Sec. 162, b. in New Jersey, June 
13, 1820; m. Julia A. Ensign, Aug. 31, 1845; was an extensive Manu- 
facturer of Coach Lamps at Newark, N. J. 
Children : 

I. Amelia, b. July 7, 1846. 
II. William H., b. July 2, 1848. 
III. John C, b. Jan. 19, 1851. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 259 

IV. Edward P., b. June 23, 1853; d. in infancy. 
V. Alfred E., b. Oct. 23, 1855 > d- in childhood. 
VI. Emma M., b. Oct. 5, 1862. 

SECTION 284. 
Dr. Isaac Gary, son of Nathaniel, Sec. 162, b. in New Jersey, 
Mar. 22, 1823; m. Harriet Rowe, Aug. 31, 1854; a Physician and 
lived at Norwich, N. J. 
Child : 

I. Frank R., b. 1856. 

SECTION 285. 
William Henry Cary, son of William, Sec. 167, b. Graniteville, 
R. I., May 17, 1837, and was a Stonecutter; m. Claretta A. Davis, Jan. 
13, 1861, at Pawtucket, R. I. 
Children : 

I. Frederick A., b. Dec. 29, 1865 ; d. in infancy. 
II. Franklin E., b. Dec. 29, 1865; d. in infancy. 

III. Henry, b. April 18, 1868; d. in infancy. 

IV. Elma, b. April 18, 1868; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 286. 
George W. Cary, son of George S., Sec. 168, b. Phenix Village, 
R. I., June II, 1829, a Boot and Shoe dealer; m. Martha W. Hill, June 
28, 1849, and lived in New Haven, Ct. 
Children : 

I. Edna Dora, b. Jan. 5, 1850; d. in childhood. 
II. George S., b. May 6, 1852, and lived in New Haven. 

SECTION 287. 
William H. Cary, son of George S., Sec. 168, b. Lippit, R. I., 
Aug. 31, 1831; m. Nellie N. Converse, May 19, 1862; a Farmer, and 
lived at Worcester, Mass. 
Child : 

I. William Pliny, b. Jan. 7, 1865. 

SECTION 288. 
Edward M. Cary, son of George S., Sec. 168, b. Thompson, Ct., 
April 28, 1834; m. Esther J. Benham, Sept. 24, 1863; a Manufacturer, 
and lived at Detroit, Mich. 
Child : 

I. Edward Lincoln, b. Mar. 8, 1865. 



260 John Gary 

SECTION 288-A. 
Olive Elizabeth Gary, dau. of Isaac, Sec. 172, b. Ontario, N. Y., 
Mar. 28, 1833; m. John Franklin Harris (b. Sept. 29, 1831, Stowe, Vt), 
Nov. 20, 1851, at Williamson, N. Y. Mr. Harris was educated at 
Stockbridge, Mass., and became Manager of various large Iron Works, 
and a large real estate owner, finally settling at Fort Edward, N. Y., 
where he was a leading citizen, respected by his townsmen, who named 
a Fire Company in his honor; he was prominent in the Church, in the 
public schools and in municipal life, and the President of the Village 
Corporation. 
Children : 

I. George De Forest, b. July 22, 1853, Ontario, N. Y. ; m. 
Marion B., dau. of Hon. Alexander Barclay of Argyle, N. Y., 
Feb. 3, 1876, and had 

1. Clarence C, b. Nov. 27, 1876, Fort Edward; m. Helen 
Elizabeth De Forest, Dec. 30, 1903, Fort Edward, and had 
(i) Marian De Forest, b. Dec. 28, 1905. 

(2) John Franklin, b. Oct. 25, 1907. 

2. A. Barkley, b. May 20, 1878. 

These sons are in business with the father, who is a 
wholesale Coal Merchant in New York City, with branches 
in London, Albany, and Pittsburg. 

3. Mark De Forest, b. June 8, 1880; d. in childhood. 

II. Delia Medura, b. April 22, 1855, Hudson, N. Y. ; m. George 
E. Rogers, Fort Edward, N. Y., Nov. 15, 1877, and had 

1. John Franklin, b. Oct. 16, 1878, Troy, N. Y.; m. Mabel 
Day, June 28, 1906, and had 

(i) William Emerson, b. Mar. 31, 1910. 

2. Emerson, b. June 19, 1880; d. in infancy. 

3. Marian Elizabeth, b. Oct. 17, i88r. 

4. William Arthur, b. May 29, 1886; grad. Rensselaer Poly- 
technic Inst. 

III. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Feb. 19, 1857; d. in childhood. 

SECTION 289. 
Calvin Cary, son of Richard M., Sec. 173, b. Boston, N. Y., Oct. 
I, 1816; m. Orilla S. Drake, Nov. 30, 1837, who d. Aug. 21, 1868; re- 
moved to Johnstown, Wis., where he d. Nov. 26, 1858. 
Children : 

I. Rollin, b. Oct. 16, 1838; d. in infancy. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 26l 

II. Aramitta, b. Aug. 25, 1843; d. in infancy. 
III. Leland J., b. Sept. 27, 1846; d. 1863. 

SECTION 290. 

Ephraim Gary, son of Richard M., Sec. 173, b. Boston, N. Y., 
Oct. 27, 1818; m. Emily Shumway, April 22, 1846, Johnstown, Wis., 
where he resided. 
Children : 

I. Orinda, b. Aug. 14, 1847; m. Mr. Roe. 
11. Eugene L., b. Nov. 16, 1849. 

III. Anne G., b. Nov. 13, 1851. 

IV. Emma, b. May 28, 1856. 

SECTION 291. 

Benjamin F. Gary, son of Richard M., Sec. 173, b. Boston, N. Y., 
Feb. 15, 1821 ; m. Sarah M. Skinner. Mar. 12, 1845, who d. June 17, 
1873; m. 2d, Mary M. Magee, Nov. 26, 1874: he resided in Janesville, 
Wis., where he d. Feb. 9, 1885. 
Children : 

I. Levi F., b. July 16, 1846; d. in infancy. 
II. Arthur W., b. Oct. 30, 1847; m. ist, Laura M. Hull, Oct. 
22, 1868, who d. Mar. 12, 1883; m. 2d, E. Belle Nickerson, 
Sept. 17, 1885, and had 

1. Ernest S., b. Jan. 2, 1870; d. in infancy. 

2. Harlin E.. b. July 11. 1871 ; m. Clara Staples, June 27, 
1900, and had 

(i) Ellsworth H., b. Nov. 17, 1902. 
(2) Olive M., b. Jan. 7, 1907. 

3. Edwin S., b. Aug. 27, 1878; m. Mame E. Clark, Oct. 29, 
1902, and had 

(i) Donovan, b. Oct. i, 1903. 

4. Orra Belle, b. Aug. 18, 1895 ; d. in infancy. 

5. Leta L., b. Mar. i, 1897. 

III. Emery, b. Sept. 7, 1849; ^- >" childhood. 

IV. Eddie L., b. May 10, 1853, at Mannette, Wash. 
V. Elmer E., b. Dec. 30, 1856; d. 1874. 

VI. Lillian M., b. Jan. 30, 1858; m. Mr. Aldrich, Whitewater, Wis. 



262 John Gary 

SECTION 292. 

Richard Gary, son of Richard M., Sec. 173, b. Boston, N. Y., April 
8, 1830; m. Juha Osborn, Jan. i, 1853. and hved at Johnstown, Wis. 

Children : 

I. A son, b. Aug. 31, 1856; d. in infancy. 
II. Emery C, b. Mar. 12, i860, Milton, Wis. 

SECTION 293. 

Melvin Gary, son of Richard M., Sec. 173, b. Boston, N. Y., June 
28, 1834; m. Helen Thayer, Oct. 4, 1851, and. lived at Johnstown, Wis. 

Children : 

I. Delia L., b. April 18, i860. 
II. Edith M., b. Mar. 16, 1862. 
III. Ida M., b. May 19, 1864. 

SECTION 294. 

Sylvester L. Gary, son of Van Renssalaer, Sec. 178, b. Boston, 
Erie Co., N. Y., Feb. 22, 1827; was a public school Teacher at 14, 
a Sunday School Supt. at 18, and followed it 40 years ; lived at Free- 
port, 111., ten years; m. Clara J. Daniels, April 25, 1855, and observed 
their Golden Wedding, 1905 ; removed to Iowa in 1856, and to Jen- 
nings, La., 1883, when it had but 12 people. He was the first Sta- 
tion Agent on the Southern Pacific R. R., and also Emigration Agent. 
He is called the "Father" of Jennings by its 5,000 citizens; Father of 
the Rice industry, and President of the Iowa Colony; at 82 was 
personally raising 500 acres of Rice. 

Children : 

I. Alice S., b. April 16, 1856; m. N. S. Craig, M. D., Oct. 16, 
1871. 
II. Howard L., b. April 21, i860; m. Armance Brillault, July 19, 
1887, and had 

1. Pearl Louise, b. July 18, 1889. 

2. Howard B., b. July 15, 1891. 

3. Eugene S., d. in infancy. 

4. Clinton B., b. Oct. 19, 1898. 

III. James V., b. Jan. 16, 1862; d. in infancy. 

IV. Eddie S., b. June 28, 1864 ; d. 1884. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 263 

V. Curtis C, b. Sept. 28, 1867; m. Fanny Austin, Oct. 7, 1891, 
and had 

1. Jennette P., b. Aug. 8, 1892. 

2. Edward A., b. Mar. 25, 1893. 

SECTION 295. 

John W. Cary, son of Van Renssalaer, Sec. 178, b. Boston, N. Y., 
Mar. 5, 1829; m. Harriet E. Midberry, July, 1849, and lived at Medoc, 
III. ; member of the 74th Regt. Illinois, in the Civil War. 

Children : 

I. Sophronia, b. 1851. 
II. Clara, b. 1856. 

III. Inez, b. 1858. 

IV. Emory, b. i860. 

SECTION 296. 

Alfred William Cary, son of Elijah, Sec. 184, b. Scotland, Ct., July 
24, 1819; m. Sarah E. Cross, Mar. 24, 1844; a Mechanic and Farmer, 
and lived on the Homestead of his great-grandfather, John Cary, 
Sec. 49. 

Children : 

I. Sarah L., b. July 19, 1846. 
II. Charles A., b. May 3, i860. 

SECTION 297. 

Henry Lorin Cary, son of Elijah, Sec. 184, b. Scotland, Ct., Nov. 
21, 1824; m. 1st, Martha R. Griswold, Jan. 13, 1848; moved to Peters- 
burg, Va., where his wife d. Nov. 17, 1855 ; m. 2d, Eliza Whittington, 
July 7, 1859, ^nd moved to St. Paul, Minn. 

Children : 

I. Martha V., b. Nov. 12, 1855 ; d. in infancy. 
II. George Henry, b. Mar. 23, i860; d. in infancy. 

III. William Henry, b. Jan. 19, 1861. 

IV. Georgianna E., b. July 31, 1864. 

SECTION 298. 

Theron Cary, son of William, Sec. 185, b. Scotland, Ct., Dec. 16, 
1810; m. Hannah Bishop, July 8, 1844, and lived in Middletown, Ct., 



264 John Cary 

where he d. in 1885. He was a quiet man, but enjoyed the sparkle of 
wit; was a Deacon in the Baptist Church till his death. 
Children : 

I. Harriet B., b. Feb. 16, 1884; d. in childhood, 
n. Edwin William, b. July 27, 1849; m. Harriet Ella Bacon, Nov. 
26, 1873; 's ^ Manufacturer and lives at Lockport. N. Y., and 
had 

1. Howard Theron, b. Oct. 26, 1874; m. Maud Harris, May 
28, 1903, who d. Oct. 12, 1904; is a traveling Salesman. 

2. Ernest Bacon, b. Aug. i, 1877; grad. of Cornell, 1900, and 
is a Mechanical Engineer. 

3. Bessie Ella, b. April 30, 1884; grad. of Smith's College, 
1908, a Phi Beta Kappa. 

4. Marjorie Gladys, b. June 20, 1894. 

SECTION 299. 

Frederick William Cary, son of William, Sec. 185, b. Scotland, Ct., 
June 6, 1813; m. ist, Henrietta R. Woodworth, Feb. i, 1837, who d. 
July 9, 1852; m. 2d, Rachel Woodworth, Oct. 11, 1853, and lived in 
Greenville, Ct. He was a Deacon in the Congregational Church forty 
years, and Sunday school Supt., and was succeeded by his son, who 
held the office nearly twenty-five years. The old Cary Homestead 
was in Scotland, Ct., and when at one time the farm was divided be- 
tween two heirs, the division line passed through the barn; so the 
building was divided where the line came, and each took what be- 
longed to him, and rebuilt the portion which fell to the other. 
Children : 

I. Mary L., b. Nov. 28, 1838; m. Archibald Troland (b. May 21, 
1831 ; d. July 2, 1907) ; she d. Feb. 8, 1908; both were earnest 
church workers. 
H. Ellen M., b. Jan. 6, 1841 ; d. 1849. 
HI. Charles W., b. July 15, 1843; he was the great-great-grandson 
of Benjamin Holt, 1748-1809, Hampton, Ct., who was Ensign 
under Washington during the year 1777. He was mustered 
into Co. A, i8th Conn., July 24, 1862, and served in the Civil 
War till July i, 1865; m. and had 

1. Herbert Bishop. 

2. Henrietta; m. Mr. Palmer. 

3. Frederic William, b. Feb. 15, 1872, Norwich, Ct., and is a 
grad. of V\^illiams, 1894, and was active in all College 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 265 

work; became City Editor of the Norwich Bulletin; in 
1895 organized the Thomas Arms Co., and is interested in 
Church, Lodge, and Military affairs; m. Helen Darling, 
and had 

(i) Mildred Jeannette, b. May 18, 1897. 
IV. Andrew E., b. Dec. 11, 1845. 
V. Frances W., b. Feb. 23, 1852; d. in infancy. 
VI. Frederick, b. Dec. 9, 1854; d. in childhood. 
VII. Walter L., b. May 15, 1857; d. in infancy. 

SECTION 300. 

Horace Gary, son of William, Sec. 185, b. Scotland, Ct., Aug. 5, 
1819; m. Cornelia E. Brown, of North Windham, Ct., June 14, 1847; 
removed to Bureau Co., 111., 1853; in 1874 he removed to Joliet, where 
he d. Dec. 21, 1889. 
Children : 

I. William H., b. Windham, Ct., Nov. 2, 1848, and removed to 
Illinois with parents, 1853 .' m- Mary E. Garten, and lived on a 
farm near Dover, where he d. Dec. 17, 1878; they had 

1. Fannie E., b. Nov. 29, 1871 ; d. 1901. 

2. William H., b. Jan. 26, 1873, and is a traveling Salesman, 
living in Chicago ; m. Ella Kane, and had 

(i) June Rose, b. Dec. 9, 1906. 

3. Oren E., b. Jan. i, 1876; was one of the Rough Riders; in 
Government service in the Philippines, and now stationed 
in California. 

4. Elmer B., b. Feb. 4, 1878. 

II. Herbert O., b. Windham, Ct., Mar. 6, 1850, and went West 
with parents; m. Anna E. Knight, and was for years Supt. 
American Steel & Wire Co., De Kalb, 111. ; also first Prest. 
Western Branch of the John Gary Descendants ; now at 
Bangor, Mich.; they had 

1. Charles M., b. Aug. 25, 1872; m. Isabelle D. Harkness; 
resides in Joliet, and had 

(i) Eloise. 
(2) Annabelle. 

2. Herbert L., b. June 18, 1876; m. Bertha Kellogg; lives at 
Cleveland, O., and had 

(i) Agnes B. 
(2) Horace K. 



266 John Cary 

3. A son; d. in infancy. 

4. Ralph H., b. Aug. 11, 1882 ; m. Nellie M. Petersen, and had 
(i) Henry O., b. Sept. 6, 1903. 

5. George B., b. Oct. 4, 1884. 

6. Mabel V., b. Aug. 10, 1887. 

III. Edgar A., b. Mansfield, Ct., Dec. 29, 185 1 ; came to Illinois in 
1853, and is a prosperous Merchant in Joliet; m. Mary M. 
Lewis, Cresco, Mich., Oct. 30, 1875, and had 

1. Jessie M., b. Aug. 22, 1876; m. Charles M. White; live in 
Joliet, and had 

(i) Bessie Ruth, b. Feb. 4, 1900. 

(2) Esther Cornelia ; d. in infancy. 

(3) lona Margery, b. Dec. 24, 1902. 

(4) Charles E. 

(5) Mary Louise, b. Dec. 31, 1908. 

2. Morris L., b. Oct. 20, 1878; enlisted in 3d 111. Infty., Span- 
ish War, and served in Porto Rico; m. Isabella McNabb, 
and live at Allegan, Mich. 

3. Edgar A., b. June 30, 1880; was in 3d 111. Infty., Spanish 
War, and served in Porto Rico, and then in the U. S. 
Navy; m. Clara Collins, and have one child. 

4. Ruth L., b. Oct. 19, 1886; grad. of Olivet College, 1909, a 
High School Teacher. 

5. Caroline E., b. Dec. 15, 1888. 

6. Rex. L., b. April 3, 1891. 

7. Anna L., b. Mar. 13, 1893. 

8. Esther, b. April 26, 1894; d. in infancy. 

IV. Frederick A., b. Windham, Ct., Mar. 28, 1853; m. ist, Ella 
Showerman, who d. Dec. 15, 1893; m. 2d, Mrs. Rose Ham- 
mond; he d. May 8, 1896, and the widow lives in Chicago; 
they had 

1. Alice M., b. May 8, 1879; m. H. C. Nelson; live in Chicago, 
and had 

(i) Dorothy A., b. Mar. i, 1906. 

2. Frederick A., b. June 8, 1881. 

3. Luella, b. July 28, 1883; m. William Hasse, and had 
(i) Wilbur D., July 24, 1904. 

(2) Lester. 

(3) William. 

4. Horace, b. Oct. 8, 1890; d. in infancy. 

5. Benjamin H., b. April 15, 1892. 



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267 



V. Charles H., b. April 12, 1855; d. in childhood. 
VI. Oscar E., b. Dec. 27, 1856; m. Kate D. Bush, live in Joliet, 
and had 

1. Evelyn L., b. Feb. 8, 1882. 

2. Frank B., b. July 9, 1883; m. Emma Evans, live Plainfield, 
111., and had 

(i) Alta Loraine, b. Feb. i, 1906. 
(2) Bernice W., b. June i, 1907. 

3. Belle, b. Sept. 21, 1884. 

4. Son ; d. in infancy. 

5. Irene, b. Dec. 29, 1887; d. in childhood. 

6. Eugenia, b. Oct. 13, 1890. 

7. Susan M., b. Oct. 4, 1893. 

8. Joseph F., b. Mar. 13, 1896. 

VII. Frank L., b. Dec. 10, 1859; m. Nellie Krater, live in Durand, 
111., and had 

1. Bessie M., b. May 2. 1883; m. Charles Dunn. 

2. Lola, b. Feb. 4, 1885. 

VIII. Alice A., b. July 20, 1861 ; m. Alexander Storm, a Farmer; 
live at New Lenox, 111., and had 

1. Son; d. in infancy. 

2. Florence L., b. May 13, 1893. 

3. Donald Ross, b. Mar. 28, 1896. 

IX. Dwight P., b. Aug. 21, 1863; m. Mary B. Bearse, who d. June, 
1901 ; m. 2d, Jennie Gibson ; he is Auditor of the N. W. Fuel 
Co., lives in St. Paul, Minn., and had 

1. Roy D., b. Dec. 23, 1888. 

2. Raiman B., b. Jan. 22, 1889. 

3. Clarence, b. July 17, 1891. 

4. Stella, b. Oct. 28, 1893. 

5. Howard ; d. in infancy. 

6. John Winfield, b. Feb. i, 1897. 

X. Phebe J., b. July 16, 1866, Dover 111. ; a Teacher in the Chicago 
public schools. 



SECTION 301. 

William L. Gary, son of Frederick, Sec. 186, b. Mt. Vernon, O., 
Sept. 25, 1822; was educated in the public schools and at Sloan's 
Academy; taught for some years, was a great reader, and took an in- 
terest in current affairs and politics, being an ardent Republican, and 



268 



John Cary 



had the confidence of all who knew him; m. Eveline Graham, 1851; 
he d. Mar. 3, 1906. 
Children : 

I. Ralph Waldo, b. July 2, 1852; studied medicine and began to 
practice in 1879; moved to Monte Vista, Colo., 1883; m. Mae 
B. Bartlett, of Jerseyville, 111., Mar. 6, 1890, and had 
Ralph Waldo, b. May 17, 1891. 
Julia Eveline, b. July 10, 1893; d. in childhood. 

3. Linna Mae, b. Mar. 29, 1897. 

4. Rachel Naomi, b. Feb. 15, 1903. 

5. Ruth Bartlett, b. Feb. 15, 1903; d. in infancy. 
II. Henry Yale, b. Jan. 4, 1854; m. Clara Harvey, 1881, and lives 

on the homestead at Mt. Vernon ; they have 

1. Ralph G., b. Sept. 3, 1882; m. Elizabeth Griggs, and live 
at Bowdle, S. D. 

2. Evelyn, b. Aug. 9, 1885 ; a successful teacher in Trinidad, 
Colo. 

3. Yale H., b. Oct. 25, 1888. 

4. Hubert H., b. April 9, 1891. 
III. Samuel F., b. Oct. 11, 1856; educated at Ohio State Univer- 
sity; m. Linna Bartlett, Jerseyville, 111., 1884, and have 



1. Alice, b. Sept. 28, 1885 
Falls, Vt. 

2. Will W., b. April 13, il 
sity, 1910. 

3. Frederick, b. Sept. 3, il 

4. Florence, b. Jan. 12, i8< 

5. Marion, b. Nov. 9, 1898 
IV. John W., b. Oct. 9, 1858; d 

V. Evelyn E., b. Aug. 24, 186 
VI. William L., b. Nov. 30, 18 
VII. Grant, b. Oct. 26, 1868; d 



m. Dr. A. C. Listor, of Bellows 
?7; grad. Ohio Wesleyan Univer- 



; d. in infancy. 

Aug. 6, 1886, at Elroy, Wis. 
o, Mt. Vernon, O. 
I62. Sec. 319. 
1877. 



SEQTION 302. 

Winthrop H. Cary, son of Ralph, Sec. 187, b. Hartford, Ct., 1818; 
m. Sarah Hills, 1840, and lived at Hartford. 
Children : 

I. Ellen A., b. 1842. 
II. Emily L., b. 1844. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 269 

SECTION 303. 

James S. Gary, son of Ralph, Sec. 187, Hartford, Ct., 1820; m. 
Betsey Ann Alger, 1847. 
Child : 

I. Lucien B., b. 1848; removed to Mississippi. 

SECTION 304. 
George H. Cary, son of Ralph, Sec. 187, b. Hartford, Ct., 1823; 
m. Annie A. Haven, and lived at Hartford. 
Children : 

I. George H., b. 1852. 
II. Frank S., b. 1854. 

SECTION 305. 

James Beneijah Cjiry, son of James, Sec. 188, b. Canterbury, Ct., 
Aug. 22, 1810; m. Mary B. Adams. 
Children: 

I. Asa Bacon, b. July 12, 1835. Sec. 317. 
II. Fitch A., b. 1838; m. and had a daughter, and lives at Central 
Village, Ct. 

III. Mary Elizabeth, b. 1840; m. Henry B. Geer, Scotland, Ct. ; 
died. 

IV. George L., b. 1842; was in Co. A., ist Ct. Cav., in the Civil 
War; Norwich, Ct. 

V. Dwight, b. 1846; was in Co. F., 8th Ct, and killed at Antietam, 
Md., Sept. 17, 1862. 

SECTION 306. 

Henry Hudson Cary, son of Sanford, Sec. 189, b. Scotland, Ct., 
July 2, 1814, where he lived a Farmer; m. Persis Geer, 1840. 
Children: 

I. Caroline Tracy, b. 1845. 

II. Eliza Jane, b. 1849. 

SECTION 307. 

Dwight Cary, son of Sanford, Sec. 189, b. Scotland, Ct., Feb. 24, 
1817; m. Susan Bass, 1843, and was a Farmer. 



270 John Gary 

Children : 

I. Sarah Rosetta, b. 1844. 
II. Marthaette, b. 1846; d. 1848. 

III. Maryette, b. 1846; d. 1848. 

IV. Ann Bradford, b. 1848. 
V. Frank Winslow, b. 1850. 

VI. Sanford, b. 1853 ; d. 1858. 
VII. Jane Lucretia, b. 1856. 
VIII. George Sanford, b. i860. 

SECTION 308. 

Walcott Gary, son of Sanford, Sec. 189, b. Scotland, Ct., June 29, 
1819; a Farmer in Hampton, Ct. ; m. Lucy Jane Burnham, Windham, 
Ct., 1842. 
Children : 

I. Mary Josephine, b. 1843 > ™- Henry E. Holt, 1861. 

II. Julian, b. 1846. 

III. George Clinton, b. 1848. 

IV. William Burnham, b. 1856. 

SECTION 309. 

Jonathan T. Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 202, b. Haddam, Ct., Mar. 
31, 1823; m. 1st, Rhuca Mead, Mar. 7, 1844, who d. April, 1845; m. 2d, 
Lucy C. Lear, Mar. 10, 1849, and lived at Schenectady, N. Y. 
Children : 

I. A son, b. April, 1845; d. in infancy. 
II. Susan M. 

III. George Newton. 

IV. Rhuca. 

SECTION 310. 

Clark W. Cary, son of Josiah, Sec. 202, b. Haddam, Ct., Jan. 28, 
1825 ; was an extensive Leather Merchant in New York City, of the 
firm of Mulford & Cary; m. Mary E. Doyle, Feb. 18, 1852; he d. Mar. 
7, 1871. 
Children : 

I. Josiah Willard, b. Jan. 22, 1853. 

II. Clark Henry, b. Oct. 19, 1854. 

III. Mary Ida, b. Dec. 2, 1856. 

IV. Albert Ferris, b. Feb. 27, 1859. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 271 

SECTION 311. 
Jedediah T. Gary, son of Josiah, Sec. 202, b. Haddam, Ct., Feb. 13, 
1833; m. Lucy Ann Bromley, April 12, 1857. 
Children : 

I. Charles. 
II. Albert. 
III. Sarah Jane. 

SECTION 312. 
Benjamin H. Gary, son of Josiah, Sec. 202, b. Jan. 26, 1835, Had- 
dam, Ct. ; m. Phebe E. Komorinskey, May 13, 1858, and lived in New 
York City. 
Children : 

I. Alice Eliza, b. Feb. 24, 1859. 
II. Edwin Augustus, b. July 27, 1863. 

SECTION 313. 
William Augustus Cary, son of Augustus Celanus, Sec. 206, b. 
Amesbury, Mass., June 12, 1848. After going through the public 
schools and a Business College, he became an Engraver and carried 
on this business for some years in Boston ; entered the Electric Light- 
ing business, and in 1884 became a Manager of Lighting Plants. He 
has Musical tastes, and plays the Flute and Violoncello, and this taste 
is inherited by members of the family ; m. Maria Augusta Pitman (b. 
in Boston, 1849), 1869, and lives in Maiden, Mass. 
Children: 

I. William A., b. 1870; d. 1893; was a talented Musician and 

Artist. 
II. Annie Lee, b. 1872; m. John R. Purdy, M. D., who d. of ty- 
phoid fever in London, two months after the marriage ; they 
had Arthur C, b. 1901 ; she m. 2d, Herbert C. Shattuck, and 
had Herbert C, b. 1907. 

III. Mary Gertrude, b. 1873; m. Frank N. Folsom, 1899; d. 1910. 

IV. Edith Walker, b. 1874; m. Arthur S. Fisher, and their daugh- 
ter, Marion Gertrude, has at the age of seven manifested re- 
markable talent in playing the piano. 

SECTION 314. 
Rev. William Bracket Cary, son of Hon. Jeremiah Eaton, Sec. 210, 
b. Cherry Valley, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1841 ; m. Harriet Elizabeth Pate (b. 
London, Eng., Feb. 14, 1847, dau. of William and Harriet Wastell 



272 John Gary 

Pate, who was an Engraver and Publisher of fine engravings), Feb., 
1871, at Brooklyn, N. Y. In Aug., 1861, he enlisted in the 5th New 
York Cav., and was promoted to Sergeant, 2d and ist Lieutenants, and 
Captain; this Regiment served with distinction, and was engaged in 
nearly all the battles of the Army of the Potomac, besides raids, scout- 
ing, and skirmishes. After the War he resumed his studies and grad. 
at the Union Theological Seminary, 1871 ; went to Kansas as a Home 
Missionary for five years ; was settled at Old Lyme, Ct.. 1876-1883 ; at 
North Stonington, Ct., 1883-1899, then retired to the old Home place 
at Windsor, Ct. In 1899 was elected to the Legislature, and drafted 
the bill for the Indeterminate Sentence, which became a law in 1901 ; 
since then he has been in literary work. 
Children : 

I. Joseph Pate, b. Oct. 13, 1872; grad. at Lafayette College and 
Union Theo. Seminary, and went as Missionary to the State 
of Washington; m. Harriet Janet Gray, June i, 1898. 
II. William Eaton, b. Nov. 21, 1874; d. 1898. 

III. Albert Ely, b. Mar. 26, 1876. 

IV. Alice Louise, b. Jan. 31, 1878; d. in childhood. 
V. Ella Elizabeth, b. Nov. 29, 1879. 

VI. Anna De Lacy, b. May 14, 1882. 
VII. Helen, b. Jan. 12, 1885. 
VIII. Allen, b. Jan. 12, 1885. 

IX. Jennie Wheeler, b. July 21, 1891. 

SECTION 315. 

William Gary, son of Daniel Morris, Sec. 254, b. Feb. 2, 1833; m. 
Lucy Ellen Ohara, lived at Siloam Springs, Ark., and d. 1907. 
Children: 

I. F. P., b. July 29, 1859; a Banker at Jet, Okla. ; m. Susan E. 

, and had 

I. Ethel Powell. 
II. Dr. Charles Allen, b. Nov. 27, 1861 ; m. Emma Heck, Nov. 27, 
1890; a grad. of Iowa State College, 1885 and 1887, and stud- 
ied in Germany ; was Asst. State Veterinarian of Iowa and 
So. Dak. ; now Veterinarian of Alabama ; they had 

1. Elwyn Allen, b. April 11, 1892. 

2. Alice Phebe, b. Sept. 3, 1893. 

3. Alice, b. June 16, 1894. 

III. Walter E., b. Dec. 25, 1872. 

IV. Wilford P., a Merchant at Jennings, La. 



The Plymouth Pilgrim 273 

SECTION 316. 

Clark Shepard Cary, son of George, Sec. 265, b. Colrain, Mass., 
Oct. 3, 1838; m. Mina L. Goodell, of Readsboro, Vt., April 10, 1867. 
He was a man of genuine integrity, native affability, and all enjoyed 
the cordial reception and generous entertainment at the "Mountain 
Home Farm" on Catamount Hill ; he was a large man, weighing 350 
pounds, and one of his sons stands "six feet four" in his stockings. 
He d. Jan. 8, 1894, honored and beloved. 

Children : 

I. Charles Wilbur, b. Sept. 24, 1872 ; has been engaged in Edu- 
cational work, and now Manager of the Cary Teachers' 
Agency, Hartford, Ct.; m. Grace M. Cleveland, Mar. 24, 1897. 
n. George Walter, b. Sept. 24, 1872; m. Edith M. Clark, of Sun- 
derland, Mass.; m. 2d, Sarah E. Avery, Jan. 6, 1910, and lives 
at Greenfield, Mass.; they had 
I. Ruth Clark, b. Mar. 31, 1898. 

SECTION 317. 

Brig. Gen. Asa Bacon Cary, son of James Beneijah, Sec. 305, b. 
Canterbury, Ct., July 12, 1835; grad. from the U. S. Military Academy, 
West Point, 1858; served continuously on active duty until July 12, 
1899, when he was retired by operation of law as Paymaster General 
of the United States Army. He m. Laura M., dau. of Hon. Stodard B. 
Colby, Montpelier, Vt., July 29, 1867. His home is Vineyard Haven, 
Mass. 

Children: 

I. Edward Colby, b. Santa Fe, N. M., April 20, 1871 ; grad. from 
U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 1893; served in the 
Spanish War, and while 2d Lieut, was made an Adjutant- 
General of Vols., and afterward Major of the 42d U. S. Vols. 
He served five years in the Philippines, and is now Captain 
U. S. A., and stationed at Boston, Mass. He m. Ruth, dau. 
of Maj. George H. Palmer, Aug. i, 1895, and had 
I. Laura, b. Jan. 15, 1897, Fort Spokane, Wash. 
H. Edith, b. Nov. 4, 1878, Washington, D. C. ; m. Maj. Merri- 
wether Lewis Walker, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., Sept. 30, 
1904. 



274 John Gary 

SECTION 318. 

Knibloe Bouton Gary, son of Rev. Seth C, Sec. 206-B., b. Mar. 26, 
1882, Beverly, Mass.; grad. Gardner High School, 1898; Boston Latin 
School, 1899; Boston University, 1903. Entered the employ of the 
John A. Dunn Company, Gardner, Mass., 1903. 

SECTION 319. 

William L. Cary, son of William L., Sec. 301, b. Mt. Vernon, O., 
June 30, 1862; grad. at Cincinnati College and in haw, in 1888; is 
General Counsel and Secretary of the U. S. Telephone Co., Columbus, 
O. ; m. Ella K. Taugher, of Mt. Vernon, 1897. 

Children : 

I. Helen, b. June 4, 1900. 
II. Josephine, b. Jan. 22, 1905. 
III. William L., b. Nov. 27, 1910. 



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