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Full text of "The King genealogy and its branches, Moultons, Sedgwicks and Shaws, and their descendants, bearing other names : a record of the descendants of William King, of Monson, Mass., 1770, both male and female lines being carried out complete to 1897, also, a complete record of the ancestry of William King and of his wife Hannah Lamphear King, from the sixteenth century"






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4 HARVEY BRIGGS KING, 

at 50 years of age, eighth generation, son of 3 Harvey King; 

author of The King Genealogy, member of The Connecticut Society of 

the Sons of the American Revolution. 



THE 



King Genealogy, 



AND ITS BRANCHES, 



Moultonst Sedgwicks and Shaws, 



AND THEIR DESCENDANTS, BEARING OTHER NAMES. 



A record of the descendants of William King, 
of Monson, Mass,, 1770, 

both male and female lines being carried out complete to J 897. 

ALSO, 

A complete record of the ancestry of William King, and of 

his wife Hannah Lamphear King, from 

the sixteenth century. 



The Appendix contains early records of many other Kingf 
families, the early settlers of New Engfland. 



BY 

HARVEY B. KING, 

Hartford, Conn., 
i897. 



Plimpton Mfg. Co. Print, 
hartford, conn. 



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PRESENT HOME OF 4 HARVEY B. KING, 

38 Williams St., Hartford, Conn,, 

1886-1898. 



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^ ^ PREFACE. ^ ^ 



IN THE summer of 1894, I conceived the idea of tracing my ancestry, 
' prompted by the loving remembrance of my dear father, long since gone to 
his reward. 

Through all my childhood days from earliest recollection, we lived in Rock- 
ville, Conn., about twenty miles from Monson, Mass., and very often father 
would drive over there to spend Sunday, and he always took me with him. 

It was a great treat to me to go to grandpa's, and now, after forty years, 
the vision comes to me: 

The old house on East Hill,* the large front room used as parlor, dining 
room, sitting room and kitchen, with its immense open fireplace with the old 
swinging crane on which the cooking was done, and the big pantry with shelves 
loaded with pans full of milk and rows upon rows of delicious looking cheese. 

Then when we went to bed in the spare room, 1 could hardly climb into 
the bed, it was so high; but, when I did get fairly in, I sank down almost out of 
sight in the feather bed, although not so deep but that I could see the four big 
bedposts looming up half way to the ceiling. 

These visions of my grandfather's home, coming to me in mature years, 
together with fond recollections of my father's pure, unselfish life, devoted to his 
family, created a desire to know something more of the King family, its early 
history and ancestral blood, not that I expected or wanted to find that we were of 
so-called noble birth, with armorial bearings and coat of arms, but believing and 
hoping to find a strain of honorable, honest, though humble ancestry, whose 
records would bear investigation, I commenced to look up data. 

I knew that my grandfather Roswell King was one of eight children of 
William King and Hannah Lamphear, and thought that perhaps the descendants 
of his seven brothers and sisters would be interested in getting a full record of 
the family, and formed my plan to get a complete record of all branches of the 
descendants of William King and Hannah Lamphear King, up to date, and also to 
look up the ancestry of this William King and his wife Hannah Lamphear, and 
arrange the matter in systematic form for easy reference. 

I found early in the search that I had undertaken quite a task; the early 
records of New England settlers are very incomplete and broken, except in the 



• Called King's Hill on map of Brimfield. 



case of a few of the prominent families, and the descendants of William King 
number several hundred, and those now living are widely scattered. 

To get the address of those now living, and secure their full family record, 
together with records of parents and grandparents, have necessitated a large 
amount of correspondence, but I have kept working at it, and little by little have 
succeeded in getting very complete and full records of the descendants of 
William King through his children: 



1. 


Wills King, 


who nn. Dean, and had descendants 


, 2 families 


no 


descendants living 


2. 


Walter " 


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located 


3. 


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" Azuba Lewis, 




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living 


4. 


Polly " 


" Jesse Moulton, 




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John 


" Betsy Brown, 




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Sally " 


" Martin Sedgwick, " 




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7. 


Roswell " 


" Mercy Moulton, " 




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8. 


Lucy 


" Samuel Shaw, 




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44 







Total, 225 families ; 383 descendants now living. 

Probably there are no descendants living of either 1 Wills or 5 John, but it 
is probable that there are descendants of 2 Walter now living, although I have 
been unable to locate any. 

Of the descendants of the other five children of William King, I have obtained 
complete records of every one, and have taken great care to secure accuracy. 

In getting this early history of our ancestors, I have had the privilege of 
access to the library of the Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, Conn., 
where may be found a wealth of genealogical information. 

It has also been my privilege to spend a week in Boston, and in the old his- 
toric towns of Plymouth, Scituate and Marshfield, examining ancient records of 
Plymouth Colony; there may be found the original writing and the signatures of 
our ancestors, all of whom left an honorable record, although not any of them 
were prominent in military affairs of Plymouth Colony, yet some of them were 
prominent in the early church and town affairs. 

I have also found valuable matter in town history of Palmer, and of Brim- 
field, regarding the King family and families allied by marriage. 

Originally, Monson was a part of Brimfield, as was also Wales. Monson 
was incorporated as a district in 1760, with all the rights of a town, excepting a 
representative in the legislature; this right was conferred in 1775, and the first 
town meeting was held December 29th of that year. 

Palmer is an older town; it adjoins Monson on the north. William King 
had business interests there; two sons and two daughters married and resided 
there. 



The family records of seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth generations have all 
been obtained from those now living, and in all the correspondence I have been 
met very cordially, and nearly all have expressed much interest in the work. 

Without such interest and help, it would have been impossible to have gotten 
complete and accurate records. 

Charles Oscar Thompson, M. D., of Boston, who is much interested in gen- 
ealogy, and especially in this work, having married one of these King descend- 
ants, has been of great service to the author in his search of ancient records. 
His help and encouragement are hereby gratefully acknowledged. 

'Tis fifty years ago to-day 

That I first beheld the light of day; 

Half a century left behind 

Calls up this thought within my mind: 

We, whose names are written here, 

Half a century hence will mostly disappear; 

Then let us each draw wisdom from the past 

And live such lives, so that at the last 

We may enter in with those who've gone before, 

In our Redeemer's presence evermore. 

And those we love and leave behind 

May hold our name in loving memory's shrine. 

Hoping that these records will prove interesting and instructive to the 383 
descendants now living, and also to their descendants in the future, and that this 
work will be received by them in the spirit of love, which has prompted the labor, 
and with due allowance for its literary imperfections, bearing in mind that the 
author is not a literary man, I am 

Sincerely yours of kin, Harvey B. King, 

April 18th, 1897. 38 Williams St., Hartford, Conn. 



The reader may, possibly, consider this a lengthy preface for so small a 
volume, yet I have deemed it proper to explain my inspiration for producing 
the work, and also to refer to the source from v/hich I have obtained the 
material. H. B. K. 



Explanations and Abbreviations, 



All names with a figure preceding are direct descendants of the first 
Thomas King. 

The figure denotes the order of birth. 
Example: 

3 Thomas King shows Thomas to be the third child of his parents. 
5 John King " John " " fifth " " Thomas. 

1 John King " John " " first *' " John. 

4 William King " William " " fourth " " John. 

b. for born, d. for died, i. for interred, a. for age, m. for married. 

Yes or No answers the question, is grave marked by headstone ? 

Where the state is not mentioned, Massachusetts is understood. 

Names of our ancestors are in italics in historical matter. Also in each 
family record, the name of the parent who is the King descendant, is in 
italics. 



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Introduction. 

XV/E can not offer a line of distinguished names, yet, in collecting and 
^^ attempting to preserve the genealogies of these families, we have been 
led to feel an honest pride in being able to trace our descent from the fathers 
of New England, the men (and women, too), who shared in the perils and 
hardships of founding and defending this country, and now let us hold in 
memory the patriots of 1676 in their struggle for existence, equally with the 
patriots of 1776 in their contest for liberty. 

We would have been glad to have traced our descent from the Pilgrims 
who came in the " Mayflower," 1620, but our ancestors came so soon after 
(1633-5) that we can indulge in the honor of descent from the founders of 
New England. 

It may be that William Clift, 1670, or the wife of Samuel Wills, 1640, 
or Rebecca , wife of John King, 1677, were descended from the Pil- 
grims who came in the " Mayflower," but owing to loss of records, we have 
been unable to determine the immigrant ancestor of these three. 

The chart on the following page shows at a glance the different lines of 
the ancestry of William King and of his wife Hannah Lamphear, who located 
in Monson, Mass., 1770, and also shows the different branches of their de- 
scendants to 1897 — 225 families, 572 names. 

Of these descendants there are 383 now living (1897), and this work 
contains the address of each, nineteen states being represented. 

In these 225 family records, which are complete and authentic, names of 
the parents of the husband or wife of the King descendant are given in all 
cases, and in many cases their ancestry is given for several generations, mak- 
ing a very complete work of the ground covered. Over 1,000 names, other 
than the descendants of William King, are contained in the index. 




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''History of Scituate'' 
from its first settlement, published in J 83 J, by Samuel Dean, 



This book is rich in authentic matter pertaining to the first years of 
Plymouth Colony. Although a history of Scituate proper, yet it contains 
much about Marshfield and other adjoining settlements, and also something 
of the history of the first two generations of our ancestors, the Kings, the 
Wills and the Claps, they being among the early settlers and land owners 
of Scituate and Marshfield, and prominent in the early church and town 
affairs. We quote from its valuable pages, as follows: 

"Scituate was one of the earliest settlements in New England; it took 
the lead in population, and bore an important part in the civil and military 
affairs of Plymouth Colony. 

" The first settlers came in by way of Plymouth (previous to 1628), and 
some of them were of the first ship's company. 

" There was a large access to the settlement in 1633, which company 
came in by the way of Boston, with Mr. Lothrop, their pastor. 

" Previous to 1640, most of the population was from the County of Kent 
in England, but about the latter date, many came in from Hingham, 
Dorchester, Watertown, Weymouth and Nantasket, at which places they had 
resided a few years; many of these were from London, and more perhaps 
from Dorsetshire, England. 

" Though migrations have been constantly making from this early settle- 
ment, yet we have noticed some remarkable periods of those migrations; for 
example: In 1640 to Barnstable, when nearly half the population departed. 
In 1050 to York and its vicinity. In 1658 to Barbadoes . In 1670 t o 
R ehoboth and Swansey . In 1690 to Norwich, Conn. In 1710 to Newport 
and Scituate, R. I." 



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First Generation. 
Elder THOMRS KING, 

born in England, 1614. 

In June, 1635, at the age of 21, he sailed from London in the ship 
" Blessing," in company with Mr. William Vassall, age 43, and his family; 
also on same ship was Suzanna King, age 30, who may have been aunt, or 
sister, of Thomas. (See note 1.) 

Mr. Vassall was the son of a London alderman, and one of the few 
wealthy men who early came to America. He visited Plymouth Colony in 
1630, and decided to return to England and bring his family and some 
friends and settle in Scituate. He and Thomas King were friends, and they 
may have been related by marriage. (See note 2.) 

Thomas King built his house a few rods south of Mr. Vassall's, on top 
of the hill at Belle House Neck; he united with the Scituate church, Feb- 
ruary 25, 1637-8, and the same year married Sarah ; their children, 

all born in Scituate, were: 

1. Rhoda King, b. Oct. 11, 1639. 

m. John Rogers at Boston in 1656. 

2. Ge orge King, b. Dec. 24. 1642. Tfyz^Jt /J-<r^ ^ -z 

d. early, o rxsmaved/ 

3. Thomas King, Jr., b. J^li^e2l7l645, 

(our ancestor.) 

4. Daniel King, b. Feb. 4, 1647, 

settled in Marshfield. 

5. Sarah King, b. May 24, 1650, 

m. Elisha Bisby, Jr. (See " History of Hingham.") 

6. John King, b. May 30, 1652, 

d. July 26, 1652. 

Wife Sarah died June 6, 1652, and he married Jane Hatch, March 31, 
1653, widow of Elder William Hatch, and was chosen to succeed him in 
Second church. She died the same year (1653). The name of his third wife 
was Anne. It is surmised that her name was Anne Sutliffe, by the reading 
of the will of Deacon Thomas King, 1711. 

Elder Tho?nas King died in Scituate, September 24, 1691, a. 77. His 
will, dated 1691, gives "to wife Anne and daughter Sarah Bisby land at 
Gravelly Beach; to grandsons John and Thomas Rogers, ^^10 each. 
Item: it is my will that Robin, my negro, be set free and receive of my 
estate, a bed and ^5 in money. Item: to son Thomas King, Jr., all my 
property not otherwise disposed of, in New and in Old England. 

" Thofuas King, Jr., appointed executor. Witnesses, John Gushing, 
John Gushing, Jr., Joseph Gushing." 

Note 1. — Bamabus Davis, one of the ancestors of Hannah Lamphear , came in same 
ship, at the same time. 

Note 2. — Mr. Vassall returned to England in 1646, and afterwards settled in the 
West Indies, on a large estate he owned there. (See Scituate history.) 

II 




Second Generation. 



Deacon TH0MHS KING, 

son of Elder Thomas, born in Scituate, June 21, 1645. 

He succeeded his father as a man respected in the church and in the 
community, and acquired considerable property. He married, April 20, 
1669, Elizabeth Clap, of Scituate, daughter of Deacon Thomas Clap, born in 
Dorchester, England, in 1597, and came to this country with his wife Abigail, 
in 1633. He died in Scituate, April 30, 1684, a. 87. He was a deacon in 
the Scituate church, and was the ancestor of the distinguished President 
Clap, of Yale College. His father was Richard Clap, of Dorchester, Eng- 
land, 1550 to 1600. 

Children of Deacon Thomas King, and his wife Elizabeth Clap King, all 
born in Scituate: 

1. Sarah King, b. 1669, 

m. Nathaniel Goodspeed, Sept. 21, 1705. 

2. Thomas King, b. 1671, 

d. 1673. 

3. Jane King, b. 1673. 

4. Daniel King, b. 1675, 

lived in Marshfield. (See appendix.) _ ■ 

5. John King, b. 1677, >?*f K^'A 

lived in Marshfield, (our ancestor, see note 3.)\ c ^'-t^n....^- J 

6. Mercy King, b. 1678, {^li^^^fi^^^^ 

m. Samuel Winslow, 1703. 

7. IcHABOD King, b. 1680, 

m. Hannah . (See appendix.) 

8. George King, b. 1682, 

m. Deborah Briggs, July 12, 1710. (See appendix.) 

9. Anne King, b. 1684, 

m. Gershom Stetson, Jan. 29, 1712, (after her parents died.) 

Wife Elizabeth died March 18, 1698, and he married June 15, 1699, 

Note 3. — Regarding ^ John King (son of Deacon Thomas), born 1677, " Dean " says, 
he married Sarah or Hannah Whiton, of Hingham. 

In the " Foster Record ," published in 1889, by F. M. Hawes, Somerville, Mass., 
which contains twelve pages of records of the descendants of 7 Ichabod King, one of whom 
married into the Foster family, the statement is made that 5 John King (son of Deacon 
Thomas) is supposed to have married Sarah Whiton, or Wheaton, of Hingham, in 1706. 
He_was_livin£Jn__Marsll£eWjvben^^ died {1711). 

In " History of Hingham/^^ol. 11, page 408, it says of the Whiton family, Hannah 
married John King, 1706. 

The above statements misled the writer, and caused him much trouble and expense to 
find the facts in the case, and through the liberality of Dr. C. O. Thompson, of Boston, the 
writer visited Boston and spent more than a week in sifting this matter, as follows: In town 
records of Hingham, July 8, 1706, marriage of John King, of Plymouth, to Hannah Whiton, 
daughter of James and Abigail Whiton, of Hingham. 

In Suffolk county probate records. Vol. 24, pages 103-4, the will of James Whiton, 
of Hingham, probated June 25, 1725, mentions five sons and three daughters, one daughter, 
Hannah King, of Plymouth (the name is spelled Witon in the original will). The writer 
then visited Plymouth and found the following records: 



Deborah Briggs, widow of Captain John Briggs. (See appendix for record 
of this Briggs family.) She died May 15, 1711. Her daughter Deborah 
Briggs married 8 George King. 

Deacon Thomas King died Dec. 1, 1711. His will, dated Nov. 5, 1711, 
gives "to my son Daniel the homestead (on Belle House Neck) of Elder 
Thomas King, deceased, he to allow my daughter Anne to live in the house. 
The said Daniel to pay twenty-five shillings annually to my mother-in-law, 
Anne Sutliffe, etc. 

"To my son John King, to him, his heirs and assigns forever, all my 
farms or tracts of upland and meadow land in the town of Marshfield, on 
which the said John King now dwelleth, with the houses standing upon the 
'l^idxvci, and also all my lots and allotments in Scituate divisions, and the com- 
' mon lands in the town of Marshfield aforesaid, with the privileges and appur- 
tenances thereunto belonging. He the said John King, his heirs or assigns, 
paying out of his own proper estate, to my executor for and towards ye pay- 
ment of ye legacies herein given ye sum of twenty one pounds, and also ye 
sum of twenty five shillings to be paid to my said mother in law yearly, and 
every year during her natural life. 

" I have already paid to and settled upon my son Ichabod, lands of con- 
siderable value. I give him no other portion here. 

" I give to my son George, all my lot of land where I now dwell, and the 
house and buildings standing thereon, &c., &c. Said George his heirs and 
assigns forever, to pay to my said mother in law, twenty five shillings, yearly 
and every year during her natural life, and to pay to my executor, for, and 
towards payment of legacies herein given, the sum of sixty nine pounds. 
"To my daughter Mercy Winslow ^^30. 

" To my daughter Anne ^30. -To my son Ichabod, &c., &c. 

Witnesses: Signed, THOMAS KING. 

John Gushing, 

Samuel Glap, Inventory of personal estate, ^^274." 

David Jacob. 

The town of Plympton was set off from Plymouth in the year 1707. 

John King, of Plympton, son of Samuel King, of Plymouth, as appears by deed, year 
1708, "Vol. 10, page 64. 

June 3, 1735, John King, of Plympton, and wife Hannah, convey to Eleazer Whiton, 
of Hingham, "land given by our honored grandfather, to our honored father James 
Whiton of Hingham late deceased, and given to said Hannah by her father James Whiton 
last mentioned." 

In Plympton town records, the following appears, children of John King by Hannah, 
his wife. Hannah, born May 29, 1710. John, born Mch. 19, 1714. Eleazer, born Feb'y 
21, 1719. John King, of Plympton, died intestate 1752, his son John King, Jr., appointed 
administrator, &c., &c. Probate records. Vol. 13, page 21. 

These records prove, beyond question, that: " Dean" and " History of Hingham" and 
" The Foster Record" were in error, in stating that h John King, son of Deacon Thomas, 
married into the Whiton family. He married Rebecca and lived in Marshfield, and 
Hannah Whiton, of Hingham, married John King, of PlytnoutJi, in 1706, son of Samuel 
King, and the next year, that part of Plymouth was set off and called Plympton. 



Third Generation. 
JOHN KING, 

son of Deacon Thomas King, of Scituate, born 1677. 
The following is taken from the town records of Marshfield, Vol. 1, 
page 4, with some additional records from neighboring towns: 
Children of 5 JOHN KING and his wife Rebecca . 

1. John King, Jr., b. Aug. 11, 1704, 

m. Mary Clift, January 30, 1730, (our ancestor.) 

2. Rebecca King, b. July 25, 1706, 

m. David Lapham, Dec. 4, 1727, (Scituate record.) 

3. Joseph King, b. Dec. 17, 1707, 

m. Thankful and had Joseph, Anna, Rebecca. 

4. Benjamin King, b. Feb, 27, 1709, 

m. Mary, 2d Sarah Fearing. (See appendix.) 

5. Jerusha King, b. June, 1711, 

m. John Hall, ("History of Hingham.") 

6. Thomas King, b. July 25, 1713, 

d. young. (See probate records.) 

8. Elisha King, b. Aug. 19, 1717, 

d. Sept. 23, 1737, (Hingham records.) 

9. Elizabeth King, b. May 7, 1720, 

d. Nov. 8, 1735, ("History of Hingham.") 

There also appears to have been a daughter Anne between Thomas and 
Elisha, by the probate records, Vol. 6, pages 184-5-6: " July 10, 1732, George 
King, chosen guardian, by Elisha, son of John Kifig, late of Marshfield, and 
Anne, sister of *lisha, both being now under 21 years of age and over 14, 
and also Thomas King, now over 14 and under 21, brother of the above 
mentioned Elisha and Anne, has chosen Samuel Tilden, Jr., for guardian. 

"Samuel Tilden, Jr., appointed guardian to Elizabeth King, now under 
14 years of age, sister of the above mentioned children." 

John King and Rebecca were evidently married in 1702 or 1703, 

but unfortunately the marriage record s o f Marshfield are lost entire f rom 
1702 to 1709, which leaves us no clue to who Rebecca was. 

yohn King, senior, died 1721, a. 44, and his widow Rebecca married 
Stephen Stodder, of Hingham, Dec. 9, 1727. She survived Stephen Stodder, 
who died 1753. (See " History of Hingham.") 

In 1709, Nov. 22, Vol. 9, pages 97-8, probate records, agreement between 
John King, of Marshfield, and Israel Hatch and Samuel Silvester, division 
of lands purchased in partnership. Witnesses: John Briggs, Sarah Silvester. 

In 1720, May 9, Vol. 15, page 138, John King, of Marshfield, conveys 
land to John Wadsworth, of Duxbury. 

In 1721, May 5, Vol. 4, pages 293-4-5, the will of John King, of 
Marshfield: "I give to my dearly beloved wife Rebecca King, ye sole use 
and improvement of all my real and personal estate, during ye whole term of 
ten years next after my decease, for her own support and bringing up of ye 



children, and at ye end of ten years next after my decease, I do give and 
bequeath unto my wife Rebecca King, ye sum of one hundred pounds, to 
be first levied out of my real estate, and likewise a third part of my move- 
ables that shall be then left. She shall have the first choice, which part, 
together with ye hundred pounds, she shall have at her own disposal forever. 
And likewise my mind and will is, that, my wife Rebecca King shall have 
the use and improvement of my dwelling house and barn and garden and 
well, with wood for her fire, upon ye land, during my widow. And likewise 
my mind and will is, that after ye end and term of ten years next after my 
decease, that all my estate, both real and personal excepting what I have 
above given to my wife, shall be equally divided among my children then 
surviving, and also by these presents, constitute, make and ordain, my dearly 
beloved wife Rebecca King my sole executrix. (Signed) John King. 

"Witnesses: Nathaniel Ells, Gershom Stetson, George King. 

" Inventory of goods, chattels and credits of John King, yeoman, 
^230-6-0." 



Foarth Generation. 



J©flN KING, Jr., 

born in Marshfield, 1704. 

1 JOHN KING, Jr., who married Mary Clift, Jan. 30, 1730, had 
children as follows (Marshfield town records): 

1. John King, b. Feb, 10, 1731. (See appendix for more of this John.) 

2. Thomas King, b. April 17, 1736. (See appendix for more of this Thomas ; 

also Norwich, Ct., church records, given on page 18.) 

3. Lydia King, b. 1738. 

4. William King, b. April 5, 1740, (our ancestor.) 

5. Mary King, b. Nov. . (Mary's name appears in William's account 

book. Referred to hereafter.) 

In the records of Second Congregational Church of Marshfield, which 
commence in 1738: "On Dec. 16, 1740, the pews in the church newly 
erected were sold at auction, and John King bought the 10th pew, being the 
corner pew in the men's end, for ^^24-0-0, and later on, in June, 1741, when 
they had erected a number more, the hanging pew over the men's ' stares ' 
was sold to Mr. Joseph King for £Xi'-V<)-<^. 

" In 1744, it was voted that Joseph King be collector for the year 
ensuing." 

Dec. 12, 1747, Vol. 39, page 148, (Plymouth county deeds.) 
Division of lands left in common to John King, Jr., yeoman; Joseph 
King, cordwainer, and Rebecca King Lapham, when the estate of John 
King, their father, was settled; reference is made to settlement with the 
other children, namely: Thomas, Elisha, Elizabeth and Anne. On previous 
page is conveyance of Benjamin King, of Hingham, to John King, Marsh- 
field, Dec. 1, 1747, of land, being his share in the division of that part of 
their father's estate which was left to Thomas, Elisha and Elizabeth, "chil- 
dren and heirs of my said father John King deceased, which said children 
are also deceased." 

July 21, 1747, Vol. 40, page 53, (Plymouth county deeds.) 
Conveyance of homestead and lands in Marshfield, "to Israel Rogers for 
eleven hundred and five pounds, in good bills of the old tenor;" mentions 
land he bought of brother John Hall & Jerusha Hall. 

(Signed) JOHN KING & wife MARY KING. 

Mary Clift, who was the wife of 1 John King, Jr., of Marshfield, was 
born in Marshfield, 1710. She was the daughter of Willia?n Clift and 



Lydia Wills, b. in Scituate, 1676, d. 1761 (see note 4); granddaughter of 
Samuel Wills, b. in Scituate, 1640; great-granddaughter of William Wills, 
b. in England, 1598, who came to America, 1638, settled in Scituate, and 
was a freeman there in 1639. (See Dean's History of Scituate.) 

"The same year he purchased 'Tongue Island ' and adjacent marsh of 
John Cooper , and here erected his house. 

"The island now bears the name of 'Wills Island.' 

"He died in 1688, age 90. His will, dated 1683, gives 'to son Samuel 
all my estate, he to maintain his mother Lucy during her life.' Lucy, the 
widow, deceased 1697. 

"There were but two children of Willia7n Wills: Samuel, horn 1640, 
and Lydia, baptized 1645, who became the wife of Deacon James Torrey. 
Samuel left no son. His daughter Lydia married William Cliff, of Marsh- 
field, in 1691." 

In the probate records of Plymouth county is the following: "May 22, 
1724, Lydia Clift, widow of William Clift late of Marshfield appointed 
guardian to her daughter Mary Clift, now under fourteen years of age," and 
it appears that Mary had two brothers, William, Jr., and Samuel. 

The widow, Lydia, afterwards married Isaac Hatch, and had Isaac, Jr., 
and Josiah. 

Wills Clift died intestate, 1732. 

The John Kin z^-Ir.j who^narried Mary Clift, and had William King, 
born April 5, 1740, at MarshfieldAre moved to Norwich, Conn. , in 1747, after 
selling his lands and homestead in Marshfield. 

The land records of Norwich, Conn., contain the following: " Robert 
Kinsman, Jr., of Norwich, conveyed to John King, of Marshfield, county of 
Plymouth, province of Massachusetts Bay, New England, in 1747, sixty-two 
acres of land with buildings standing thereon in Hanover Society Norwich, 
Conn., for ^1,000 in bills. 

June 1st, 1763, John King sold to his son Williain 13 acres, for ^50. 

Same day and year gives " " 13 " 

August 22d, 1765, y^?/?// ^/>z^ sold to his son " 6 " for ^35. 

March 3d, 1766, " " " Nathan Bushnell, Jr., 30 " with build- 
ings thereon." 

In 1767 we find it recorded: Josiah Eames, of Norwich, Conn., mort- 
gages to Joh?i King, of Amenia Precinct, Dutchess County, province of New 
York, land and buildings in Norwich, Conn. 

In an old account book of William King, running from 1761 to 1791, 
now owned by Henry A. King, of Springfield, Mass. (a great-grandson), are 
several pages of running account with Nathan Bushnell, Jr., years 1761 to 
1766, also an account with Robert Kinsman. 

We infer from the above records that: John King removed to Amenia, 
E>utchess County, N. Y., after selling the last parcel of land in Norwich in 

Note 4. — The graves of William Clift and his wife Lydia are marked by head- 
stones in the old cemetery at Marshfield (seen by the writer). There are many other grave- 
stones there bearing the name of Clift. 



1766 , and we have caused to be made a very thorough search of all records 
of Dutchess County, and early history of Amenia; also church records and 
burial grounds in Amenia and surrounding neighborhood, but have failed to 
find the last resting place of John King, or any account of settlement of his 
estate. 

The clerk of Dutchess County writes: There were no records of births, 
marriages and deaths kept there, previous to 1847. 

IN COLONIAL RECORDS OF CONNECTICUT, 
1757 to 1762. Vol. 11, page 550. 

" Therefore resolved by this assembly, that the memorialists and all 
such as live within the aforesaid lines and boundaries above described, ex- 
clusive of Samuel Lovet, Joseph Bushnell, John King, Jacob Fuller, David 
Longbottom, Jonah Birchard, Jonathan French, Nathaniel Clark and John 
Smith, Jr., and their estates, shall be and they are hereby constituted and 
declared to be a distinct ecclesiastical society by the name of Hanover." 

1763 to 1767. Vol. 13, page 169. 

" Upon memorial of Joseph Bushnell, John King, Jonathan French 
David and James Longbottom, all of Norwich, living within the limits of the 
Society of Hanover," &c. (A petition to belong to the ecclesiastical society 
of Hanover.) 

On the church records of Hanover Society, Norwich, 1761 and 1763, 
this same matter appears, with the additional record that John King paid to 
the society ^15 in addition to the sum already paid for the support of the 
ministry and school. 

There is also a record of birth, June 21st, 1770, Benjamin, son of 
Thomas and Mehitable King. (This Thomas was probably 2 Thomas, 
b. Marshfield, 1736, son of John, elder brother of our Willia?n King. (See 
appendix for more of Thomas.) 

In Colonial Records, 1773 to 1775. Vol. 14, page 66. 

" Resolved by this assembly, that the consideration of the following 
petitions and memorials, now depending before this assembly, be continued 
to the next session of the same." 

Josiah Ames Y. John King (and others). 

Page 153. " Resolved by this assembly that the further consideration of 
the several petitions and memorials contained in the following list, be re- 
ferred and continued to the general assembly, to be held in New Haven, on 
the second Thursday of October next. 

" Josiah Ames V. John King (and others)," 

In William King's account book (before referred to) is an account with 
Samuel Lovet, 1762; also with James Longbottom, 1764, and Jonathan 
French, 1765, and " father King," 1767. 

From the foregoing data we have a clear and authentic record of the 
ancestors of Willia?n Kitig. 

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Records of 

^ Willi AAA King, 

Fifth Generation, 

'"' Hannah Laaaphear, 

his wife, 
and their descendants, 

Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Generations, 



225 Ta/Wilies. 



Fifth Generation. 
WILLmM KING, 

son of John King, Jr. 

4. WILLIAM KING, b. 1740, April 5, Marshfield, 

d. 1815, Nov. 29, a. 75, 

i. Monson. Yes. 
married 1765, Oct. 28, Norwich, Ct., 

HANNAH LAMPHEAR, b. 1743, Jan. 30, Norwich, Ct., 

d. 1825, May 28, a. 82, 

i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Wills King, b. Aug. 20, 1766, Norwich, Ct., 

d. , i. Palmer. 

2. Walter King, b. Nov. 11, 1769, Stafford, Ct., 

d. , i. Troy, N. Y. 

3. Amasa King, b. July 27, 1773, Monson, 

d. March 20, 1848. a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 

4. Polly King, b. March 0, 1775, Monson, 

d. March 18, 1814, a. 39, i. Monson. Yes. 

5. John King. b. Nov. 28, 1776, Monson, 

d. Aug. 26, 1856, a. 80, i. Palmer. Yes. 

6. Sally King, b. March 11, 1778, Monson, 

d. Oct. 12, 1820, a. 42, i. Palmer. Yes. 

7. RoswELL King, b. March 14, 1781, Monson, 

d. April 11, 1869, a. 88, i. Monson. Yes. 

8. Lucy King, b. Dec. 27, 1782, Monson, 

d. Sept. 18, 1859, a. 76, i. Palmer. Yes. 

HANNAH LAMPHEAR 
was a daughter of Solomon Lamphear, b. Stonington, Ct., April 10, 1708, 
married Feb. 28, 1738-9 Mary Palmer, b. Rowley, Mass., Feb. 15, 1719, 
granddaughter of Shadrach Lamphear, b. Westerly R. I., 1675, d. Jan. 29, 1728, 
married June 15, 1696, Experience Peed, b. Norwich, Ct., 1675, Feb. 27, 
great-granddaughter of George Lamp/iear, of Westerly, R. I., 1669, d. 1731, 
Oct. 6. 

On record Feb. 23, 1732, Samuel Lincoln, and Experience, his wife, 
formerly wife of Shadrach Lamphear, of Stonington, Ct., for love to our 
children, Oliver, Ann, Prudence, Experience and Mary Lamphear, of West- 
erly, R. I., and Solomon and John Lamphear, of Norwich, Ct., and Hezekiah 
Lamphear, of Lebanon, Ct., deeded to said eight children 48 acres of land in 
Westerly, R. I., which Shadrach Lamphear (former husband) had possessed. 

The above matter relating to the Lamphears is gleaned from "Genea- 
logical Dictionary of Rhode Island," and from " Savage " Vol. III. See also 
Ancient History of Norwich, Ct., page 157. 

From First Church Records, Stoningrton, Conn. 

Page 191. Experience, wife of Shadrach Lamphear, admitted June 1, 
170L 

Pages 203, 211, 213, 217. Record of the baptism of their children, 1701 
to 1724. 

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Page 329. Wife of Shadrach Lamphear dismissed and recommended to 
church in North Stonington, May 7, 1737. 

From the Reed Family Genealogy, also spelled Reade, Read, Reid. 

John Reed, of Rehoboth, Mass., 1G43, one of the first settlers, and one of 
those who received land in the original distribution, probably born in Eng- 
land (see history of Rehoboth), had a son Josiah, born in Rehoboth, who 
married Grace HoUoway, of Marshfield, November, 1666, daughter of IVilliam 
Holloway. 

They removed to Norwich, Conn., and had a daughter, Experience, born 
February 37, 1675. She married Shadrach Lamphear, 169G. 

From the Stephen Palmer Genealogy. 

Thomas Palmer came from Rowley, Brough, Yorkshire, England, with 
twenty other families and landed in Salem, Mass., in the autumn of 1638, the 
winter being spent there and in Boston. In the spring of 1639 they founded 
the town of Rowley. 

Samuel Palmer, son of Thomas, was born in Rowley, 1644. In 1671 he 
married Mary Pearson, born 1651, daughter of Deacon John Pearson, and 
Dorcas, his wife. John Pearson was one of the first settlers of Rowley. He 
built and operated the first cloth mill in America. (See history of Rowley). 

Thomas Palmer (twin), son of Sajnuel, born in Rowley, 1684, married in 
Charlestown, 1710, Sarah Davis, daughter of Hopewell Davis and Sarah 
Boynton, his wife. She was a daughter of John Boyjiton and Eleanor Pell, 
daughter of Joseph Pell, of Boston. 

Thomas Palmer and family removed to Norwich, Conn., in 1734, where 
his daughter Mary Palmer married Solojnon Lamphear, Feb. 38, 1738-9. 
Deacon Samuel Palmer, father of Thomas, also removed to Norwich in 1734 
and purchased land there which has ever since remained in the family, five 
generations in direct line having been born at the old homestead. 

Solomon Lamphear and his wife Mary Palmer had twelve children: 
Mary, 1739; Lucy, 1741; Hannah,Vi^Z; Solomon, Jr., 1745; Jedediah, 1748; 
Samuel, 1750; Jedediah again, 1753; Mary again, 1755; Sarah, 1757; Ruth, 
1761; Ruby, 1763; Elisha, 1765. 

Mary, b. 1755, was probably the Mary who married Nehemiah Holt, 
1783. (See Holt Genealogy). 

From Charlestown, Mass., History and Genealogy. 

Barnabus Davis came from Ipswich, England, in ship " Blessing," July, 
1635, age 36 (see note); he was a tallow chandler. His son Hopewell Davis 
was in the great Narragansett war, 1676. Barnabus and son Hopewell vfexQ 
part owners of Bunker Hill, since of historic fame. 

Sarah Davis, daughter of Hopewell, married Thomas Palmer, 1710. 
(Charlestown records contain much more of this family). 

Note. — Elder Thomas King came in the same ship, at the same time, with Barnahtis 
Davis. 



WILLIAM KING, 
born in Marshfield, Mass. (the home of the illustrious Daniel Webster), in 
1740; removed with his father, when seven years of age, in 1747, to Norwich, 
Conn. 

There, he received his education and learned his trade. There, he mar- 
ried Hannah Lamphear when 25 years of age; she being of Puritan stock. 
Her ancestors were among the first settlers of Norwich and Stonington, 
Conn.; and of Westerly, R. I.; and of Rowley, Rehoboth, Marshfield and 
Charlestown, Mass. 

Their first child, Wills King, was born in Norwich, Conn., in 1706, and 
shortly after that the young couple went to Monson, Mass., on horseback, 
and located in the south end of the town, near the Stafford, Conn., line. It 
is recorded that their second child, Walter, was born in Stafford, Conn., in 
1769. A year later they removed to nearer the center of Monson, in what 
was known as the "Munn district," and which farm has ever since been 
known as the "King place." 

The following matter is taken from " History of Palmer," published 
1889: 

''William, son of John Kiin^ of Norwich, Conn., was born in 1740, mar- 
ried Hannah Lamphear in 1765. He was a cooper by trade, and worked at 
his occupation four years in Norwich. His father bought a tract of land in 
Monson and gave the deed to his son William. The consideration in the 
deed was love and respect, he being a dutiful and obedient son. 

" In 1770 he settled in Monson and worked at his trade in connection 
with farming and the manufacture of potash, which afforded him good 
profits. 

"In 1793 he came to Palmer and bought the Quintin hotel, which had 
become a poor dilapidated building, and soon built the hotel that is now 
occupied by Mr. Trumble as a private dwelling. 

" He also bought the Duncan Quinton farm, north of the old center. 

" In 1801 he gave the hotel property to his son John, the farm he gave 
to his son Wills. Amasa and Roswell settled in Monson on the old home- 
stead. 

" In 1793 a saw mill was put up on Wigwam brook by William King, 
Thomas Quinton and others, each partner to share the income in proportion 
to his stock. The result of the venture is not known. 

" William King served in the Revolutionary war as one of the minute 
men. Enlisted Sept. 26, 1777, in Captain Reuben Munn's company, Colonel 
Elisha Porter's regiment; discharged Oct. 12, 1777; detached to join Gen- 
eral Gates's army for 30 days at the northward." 

The following testimony is furnished by his grandson, William King, 
now living in Monson, 81 years of age : 

" During the winter season he made casks for holding potash. In the 
spring he collected ashes from the farmers and manufactured potash, trans- 



porting the product by team to Norwich, Conn., about 40 miles, where there 
was a ready market for it at one hundred dollars per ton. Then he would 
purchase supplies of sugar, molasses, tea, codfish, rum, etc., in quantity, and 
trade it at home for ashes, etc., thus making two profits, showing the tra- 
ditional Yankee trait." 

COPY OF WILL OF WILLIAM KING, OF MONSON. 
[The original is on file at the Probate Office, in Springfield, Mass., together with the 
inventory of the estate.] 

"In the name of God Amen. I William King of Monson, in the County 
of Hampden, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, considering the 
uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound mind and memory, blessed 
be Almighty God for the same, do make and ordain, and publish this my 
last will and testament, in manner and form following; (to wit): 

"(1) I give and bequeath, to my beloved wife, Hannah King, one good 
horse, two good cows, all my household furniture, all monies, and obligations, 
which I shall or may be possessed of, at my decease; the same being subject 
to the payments of all my just and honest debts, and funeral charges, and the 
several legacies hereafter named, to be used and improved by her during her 
natural life, and at her decease to be equally divided betwixt my surviving 
daughters; also the south room, and chamber over the same, in my dwelling 
house, and the bedroom at the south end of the kitching in said house, and 
such privalidges in the kitching and cellar of said house, and yard room 
about said house, as shall be sufficient for her comfort and convenience; also 
the use and improvement of one-third part of my farm, situate in Monson as 
aforesaid; both in quantity and quality if she stand in need of; the same 
to be used and improved by her during her natural life. 

"(2) I give and bequeath to my sons, Amasa King, and Roswell King, 
both of Monson aforesaid, the whole of my farm in said Monson, on which I 
now live, containing about two hundred and seven acres, to be divided 
between the said Amasa and Roswell, by a dividing line in the following 
manner; (to wit): Beginning at a stake and stones, in the west line of afore- 
said farm, ninety-seven rods, from the southwestern corner, of said farm; 
thence east four degrees north seventy rods, to stake and stones by the high- 
way; thence south four degrees east twenty-three rods, to a stake and stones 
the easterly side of said highway; thence east four degrees north eight and 
one-half rods, to a black oak stump; thence a straight line to the southwest 
corner of Mut (?) Meadow, so called. 

" I give and bequeath to the said son Amasa King all the lands south of 
the above mentioned division line, together with the buildings thereon; also 
the one-half of the meadow, called Mut Meadow, being the south part of the 
said Meadow, to be divided by a line running east and west through the 
same, reserving the privilige of a road to the brook, running through said 
Meadow, and one rod over said brook below the dam, for the use and privilige 
of Avater, and which priviledge I give and bequeath to the said Roswell King, 
to have, and hold; the same, to them the said Amasa and Roswell their heirs 



and assignees forever; subject to the incumbrances of what I have before 
given to my beloved wife Hannah King. 

"(3) I give, and bequeath to the said Roswell King, all that part of my 
aforesaid farm, which lies north of the division line aforesaid; being that part 
of said farm on which the said Roswell now lives, together with the buildings 
thereon; also one-half of the aforesaid Meadow called Mut Meadow; being 
the north part of the same to have and hold; the same to him, the said 
Roswell, his heirs, and assignees forever, subject to the incumbrances of 
what I have before given to my beloved wife Hannah King. 

"(4) I give and bequeath to my son Walter King, the sum of one hun- 
dred dollars, to be paid to him by my executor hereafter named, in one year 
next after my decease. 

"(5) I give and bequeath to my son Wills King, the sum of two hundred 
dollars in money, to be raised out of my personal estate, to be paid to him 
by my executor hereafter named, in one year next after my decease. 

"(6) I give and bequeath to my son John King, the sum of one dollar, 
to be raised out of my personal estate, and to be paid him, by my executor 
hereafter named, in one year next after my decease. 

"(7) I give, and bequeath to the heirs of my daughter, Polly Moulton 
deceased, the sum of fifty-five dollars, to be raised out of my personal estate, 
and to be paid to them by my executor hereafter named, in one year next 
after my decease. 

"(8) I give, and bequeath to my daughter Sally, wife of Martin Sedgwick, 
sixty dollars, to be raised from my personal estate, to be paid by my executor 
hereafter named, in one year next after my decease. 

"(9) I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucy, the wife of Samuel 
Shaw, one hundred dollars, to be raised out of my personal estate, to be paid 
by my executor hereafter named, in one year next after my decease. 

"(10) I give, and bequeath to the aforesaid Amasa King, all my farming 
utensils of every kind whatever. 

"(11) I give, and bequeath to the aforesaid Roswell King, all my cooper 
tools of every kind whatever. 

"And I do make, ordain, constitute, and appoint, my son Amasa King sole 
executor of this my last will and testament, and I do utterly disclaim and 
revoke all and every will or testament heretofore by me made. In witness 
whereof, I the said William King, have hereunto set my hand, and seal, to 
this my last will and testament, this seventh day of October, in the year of 
our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred and fourteen. 

Witness: WILLIAM KING." 

Ebenezer Ball, 
John V. Gardner, 
Amos Hamilton. 



23 



On the fly leaf of the old account book of William King (before re- 
ferred to) is written: "William King, his book, bought the 18th day of June, 
A. D. 1761." 

The following accounts are copied verbatim from the original book, now 
in possession of Henry A. King: 

Norwich, April ye 28th day, A. D. 17G3. 



Solomon Lamphear, 


Dr. 


Solomon Lamphear, 


Cr. 


To mending a Tub, . 


^^0- 5-0 


By five days work of Solomon, 


;^0-12-6 


" eight Barrels, 


1- 4-0 


" a pound of Candles, 


0- 1-0 


" a half Barrel, 


0- 3-0 


" fifteen days work of Solomon, 




" a Cask, 


0- 1-0 


" eight " " " 




" a bruing Tub, 


0- 3-6 






" ground for Barley, 


0-10-0 






" a heart Firkin, 


0- 3-0 


Note — This work was done, probably, by 


" a Pail 


0- 2-6 


Solomon, Jr. (b. 1745.) 




" three Sider Barrels, 


0- 9-0 






" a Tub 


0- 3-0 








November 


ye 18, 1768. 




Amos Walbridge, 


Dr. 


Amos Walbridge, 


Cr. 


To one firkin for Butter, . 


^0- 0-6 


for bringing tools from Norwidi 


^0-6-0 


for thirty potash Barrels, . 


5- 5-0 


" one bushel Rhy, . 


0-3-0 


" eight 


2-14-0 


" half a bushel Beans, 


0-2-0 






" six pounds of Wool, 


0-10- 






" one quart of Rhum, 


0- 1- 3 






" onepoundandahalf of Sugar 


0- 1- 






" half a pound of Tee, 


0- 2- 6 






Cr. by swaping Oxen, 


1-10- 






for a small cod fish. 


0- 0-11 



Dr. 



MONSON, February ye 25, 1787. 
Ir. Webb, of Stafford, Shoemaker, 



Cr. 



To one bushel Rhy, . 

" one bushel of Salt, 

" two bushels of Corn, . 

" three " " 

" ten and 3 quarters pounds Pork 

" Codfish, 13 pounds, 
for keeping your mare 16 days, 



/:o- 


3- 





0- 


5- 


4 


('- 


5- 





0- 


7- 


6 


0- 5- 4 


0- 3-11 


0- 


4- 






for making eight pairs of Shoes, 

" " two pairs of Boots, . 

" seven pairs of Shoes, 

" mending and for two pairs 

heels, .... 



^0-12- 
0-12- 
0-10- 6 

0- 5- 4 
;^l-iy-10 



i:i-14- 1 



March ye 27, 1790, then reckoned with Mr. Eliphalet Webb, of Stafford, and balanced 
all book accounts from the beginning of the world to this day. 

Eliphalet Webb, 
William King. 



Signed, 



Amasa Ward, 


Dr. 


To myself and team and Walter, 


one day. 


For one bushel of Corn, 


^0-4-0 


" Walter twice to mill, . 


0- 2-6 


" Amasa and John cutting 




Wood 


0- 1-0 


" Brimstone bought vou. 


0- 0-6 


" my Oxen and Sled and Wal- 




ter and Amasa half a day. 


0- 2-0 


To going to mill. John, 


0- 0-6 


To Hay daft, clover and sowing it, 


0-10-0 



MoNSON, February ye 4th, 1790. 

Amasa Ward, 



For work last year, 

making a Sotout for myself, 

" a Suit, . 
turning a Coat for Amasa, . 
making John a Coat, . 

" Roswell " 
mending breeches and for 
work on Jacket, 
Cr. for cash paid me. 



Cr. 



,^0- 


2- 


0- 


4- 


0-10- 


0- 


3- 6 


0- 


3- 


0- 3- 6 


0- 


0-10 


0- 0- 9 



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Records of 
i 



Sixth Generation, 
also of 



Wills King, 

Sixth 
of 

'Waltli^ King, 

Sixth Generation, 
and their descendants, as far as known. 



Sixth Generation. 



WILLS KING, b. 1766, Aug. 20, Norwich, Ct., i. Palmer, 
married 1803, 

BETSY DEAN, of Palmer. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Lydia King, b. 1805, May 26, Palmer. 

2. Polly King, b. 1807, May 6, Palmer, 

d. unmarried. 

3. Orrin King, b. 1808, Oct. 6, Palmer, 

d. unmarried. 



Seventh Generation, 



1. LYDIA KING, dau. of 1 Wills King. 
married 
ORRIN POMROY, of Palmer, about 1825. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Orrin Pomroy, Jr., who was killed in the war of 1861-5. 
unmarried. 

LYDIA KING POMROY 

married a Mr. Bosworth for second husband and removed to Pelham, Mass. 

about the year 1870. 

Without doubt, the descendants of this branch have become extinct. 



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Sixth Generation. 

2. WALTER KING, b. 1769, Nov. 11, Stafford, Ct., i. Troy, N. Y., 

m. a Miss Durgy, of Warren, about 1795. He had 
sons William and Edwin and several daughters. 

They early removed to Troy, N. Y., and nothing farther is known of this 
family. 

The author has written to fifteen persons by the name of King, in Troy, 
hoping to get a clue to some living descendant of Walter, but without suc- 
cess. Also to the Town and City Clerk there, but no records can be found. 

Have also written to the Town Clerk of Warren, Mass, the home of 
Walter's wife, but can learn nothing regarding this family. 



26 



Records of 



^ An ASA King, 

Sixth 

Azui^A Lewis, 



Sixth Generation, 
and 



his wife, 
and their descendants, 

Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Generations, 



45 Tamilies. 



Sixth Generation. 

3. AMASA KING, b. 1773, July 27, Monson, 

d. March 20, 1848, a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 
married 1799, Monson, 

AZUBA LEWIS, b. 1779, Feb. 6, Brimfield, 

d. Oct. 10, 1857, a. 78, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Lewis King, b. 1800, March 2G, Monson, 

d. Feb. 23,. 1880, a. 80, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. John King, b. 1802, April 2, Monson, 

d. Jan. 1, 1856, a. 54, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Hiram King, b. 1804, March 8, Monson, 

d. August 16, 1873, a. 68, i. Monson. Yes. 

4. Orrin King, b. 1806, March 16, Monson, 

d. Sept. 30, 1837, a. 31, i. Monson. Yes. 

5. Amasa King, Jr.. b. 1808, Feb. 28, Monson, 

d. Oct. 9, 1881, a. 73, i. Monson. Yes. 

6. DwiGHT King, b. 1810, Jan. 29, Monson, 

d..July 28, 1888, a. 78, i. Monson. Yes. 

7. Austin King, b. 1812, May 13, Monson, 

d. Tune 24, 1889, a. 77, i. Monson. Yes. 

8. Mary King, b. 1814, May 29, Monson, 

d. March 15, 1849, a. 34, i. Monson. Yes. 

9. William King, b. 1816, Sept. 8, Monson, 

living in Monson, 1897. 
10. Azuba King, b. 1819, Dec. 18, Monson, 

d. Oct. 30, 1872, a. 52, i. Monson. Yes. 

Azuba Lewis was a daughter of Samuel Lewis and Mary Nichols. 
Amasa King and Azuba, 
They had 



1 

10 
25 

9 



family. 

children that married, 
grandchildren that married, 
great-grandchildren that m., 
gr.-gr.-grandchildren that m.. 


1 
21 
40 

8 


now living. 


45 


families. Descendants, 


70 


(1 (( 



Total, 

These descendants of 3 Amasa served in the war of Rebellion, 1861-5: 
Henry Warren King, son of 1 Lewis. 
James M. King, " " 2 John. 

Wyles Austin King, " " 7 Austin. 
Brimfield records: Samuel Lewis and Mary Nichols were married Dec. 
24, 1772. Their children were Azuba, born Jan. 14, 1778; Elizabeth, born 
April 1, 1780. Samuel Lewis served in the Revolutionary war under two 
different calls for men; 1778 served nine months; 1780 served six months. 

Mary Nichols had a brother Jacob who died in the Revolutionary army, 
Jan., 1776. Mary was a daughter of Jabez Nichols, granddaughter of 
William Nichols. 

(See records of the Nichols family.) 

Azuba's sister m. Joseph Barker and lived in York State. 

Note: — Mrs. John Carter, Middletown, Ct., has a letter from Joseph Barker, dated 
1840, written to Roswell King. 

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Seventh Generation. 



Records of the children of 3 Hmasa King. 

LEWIS KING, b. March 26, 1800, Monson, 

d. Feb. 23, 1880, a. 80, i. Monson. Yes. 
married April 29, 1828, Wilbraham. 

ELIZA AMES, b. Jan. 4, 1807, Wales, 

d. Dec. 30, 1860, a. 53, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

Edward Lewis King, b. Jan. 16, 1829, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
DwiGHT Noble King, b. July 25, 1832, Monson, 

d. Dec. 26, 1837, a. 5, i. Monson, Yes. 
RoxiE LuANiA King, b. Jan. 30, 1835, Monson, 

living in Springfield. 
LuciNA Washburn King, b. Dec. 18, 1842, Monson, 

d. Jan. 10, 1845, a. 2, i. Monson. Yes. 
Henry Warren King, b. July 13, 1845, Monson, 

d. Sept. 27, 1862. a. 17, i. Urbana, Md. 
Oscar Dwight King, b. Nov. 24, 1847, Monson, 
living in Monson. 

Henry Warren King served his country in the war of Rebellion, 1861-5. 
Enlisted in the 2d Massachusetts Regiment, Col. Fletcher Webster, March 
13, 1862; was taken sick while on the march in Maryland; died in hospital 
at Urbana, Frederick County, Md. 

2. JOHN KING, b. April 2, 1802, Monson, 

d. Jan. 1, 1856, a. 53, i. Monson. Yes. 
married March 28, 1831, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely. 
SABRAH VINTON, b. Sept. 25, 1809, Monson, 

d. Jan. 21, 1884, a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 
children. 

1. Mary R. King, b. July 2, 1833, Monson, 

d. May 30, 1892, a. 58, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. James M. King, b. June 7, 1835, Monson, 

residence unknown. 

SABRAH VINTON 
was a dau. of Calvin Vinton and Rebecca Moulton, 
was a sister of Martha Vinton, who married Dwight King, 
also sister of Betsy Vinton, whose dau., Martha M. Smith, married Milton 

L. Leonard, grandson of Polly King Moulton. 
Rebecca Moulton was a sister of Jesse Moulton, husband of Polly King. 

CSee Moulton records.) 

3. HIRAM KING, b. March 8, 1804, Monson, 

d. Aug. 16, 1872. a. 68, i. Monson. Yes. 
married May 5, 1831, Wilbraham, 

by Rev. Mr. Clark. 
EMELINE BURT, b. Aug. 19, 1810, Wilbraham, 
living in Monson. 
children. 
1. Whitney B. King, b. Jan. 29, 1836, Monson, 

d. March 10, 1862, a. 26, i. Monson. Yes. 

EMELINE BURT 
was a dau. of David Burt and Olive Chaffee. 



Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 3 Amasa King. 

4. ORRIN KING, b, March 16, 1806, Monson. 

d. Sept. 30, 183?, a. 31, i. Monson. Yes. 
married April, 1837, Monson, 

by Rev. George Mixter. 
ADALINE B. GREEN, b. June 32, 1814, Wales, 

d. June 29, 1844, a. 30, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Orrin King, Jr., b. Feb. 16, 1838, Monson, 

d. Sept. 3, 1838, i. Monson. Yes. 

ADALINE B. GREEN 
was a dau. of Robert Green and Hannah Gardner. She married Asa Foskit 
for second husband. 

5. AMASA KING, Jr., b. Feb. 26, 1808, Monson, 

d. Oct. 9, 1881, a. 'r3, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Monson. 

ADALINE MUNN, b. March 11, 1811, Monson, 

d. Aug. 31, 1894, a. 83, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. George Munn King, b. , Hampden, 

d. Sept. 15, 1893, i. Monson, 

2. Adeliza p. King, b. Aug. 5, 1837, Monson, 

d. Sept. 12, 1838, i. Monson. 

3. SoPHRONiA King, b. Feb. 4, 1839, Monson, 

living in Springfield. 

4. Frank H. King, b. , Monson, 

living in Springfield. 
5 Maria Louise King, b. Oct. 23, 1844, Monson, 
living in Springfield. 

ADALINE MUNN 
was a dau. of Rice Munn and Lavinia Shaw. 

6. £> WIGHT KING, b. Jan. 29, 1810, Monson, 

d. Tuly 28, 1888, a. 78, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Dec. 2Q, 1833, Palmer, 

by Mr. Stebbins. 
MARTHA VINTON, b. Feb. 14, 1813, Palmer, 
living in Monson. 
children. 

1. Julia M. King, b. Aug. 27, 1835, Monson, 

living in Chicago, 111. 

2. Frank M. King, b. May 15, 1845, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

3. Myron D. King, b. Dec. 11, 1849, Monson, 

living in Pittsfield. 111. 

4. Henry A. King, b. Jan. 14, 1852, Monson, 

living in Springfield. 

MARTHA VINTON 
was a dau. of Calvin Vinton and Rebecca Moulton, 

(See Moulton records.) 

sister of Sabrah Vinton, who married 2 John King. 

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Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 3 Amasa King. 

7. AUSTIN KING, b. May 13, 1812, Monson, 

d. June 24, 1889, a. 77, i. Monson. Yes. 
married April 1, 1837, Wales, 

by Rev. George Mixter, 

SOPHIA GARDNER, b. May 13, 1815, Wales, 

d. June 6, 1882, a. G7, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Charles Gardner King, b. Dec. 20, 1837, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

2. Wyles Austin King, b. Feb. 8, 1840, Monson, 

d. April 16, 1893, a. 52, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Charlotte Sophia King, b. , 1842, Monson, 

d. July 8, 1848, a. 6, i. Monson. Yes. 

4. Miles Biard King, b. Sept., 1844, Monson, 

d. Aug. 19, 1845, a. 1, i. Monson. Yes. 

5. Jennie Lounan King, b. Sept. 26, 1847, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

6. Lottie Sophia King, b. Nov. 18, 1849, Monson, 

d. May 12, 1882, a. 32, i. Monson. Yes. 

7. William Mollis King, b. Sept. 28, 1851, Monson, 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 

SOPHIA GARDNER 
was a dau. of Charles Gardner and Reba Munger. 



married 
THOMAS INGALLS 



MARY KING, b. May 29, 1814, Monson, 

d. March 15, 1849, a. 34, i. Monson. Yes. 
Jan. 15, 1832, Monson, 
b. Jan. 10, 1807, Belchertown, 
■ d. June 3, 1884, a. 77. i. Reedsburg, Wis. Yes. 
children. 
Philo Ingalls, b. Sept. 12, 1832, Monson, 

d. June 19, 1836, a. 3, i. Monson. Yes. 
Lucy Jane Ingalls, b. July 21, 1834, Monson, 

living in Kenosha, Wis. 
Albert Earl Ingalls, b. Aug. 7, 1836, Monson, 

living in Chicago, 111. 
Sarah Elizabeth Ingalls, b. Feb. 26, 1840, Monson, 

d. Dec. 6, 1843, a. 3, i. Monson. Yes. 
Stephen Ingalls, b. July 24, 1843, Monson, 

d. April 15, 1886, a. 42, i. Reedsburg, Wis. Yes. 
Charles Allen Ingalls, b. Oct. 13, 1845, Monson, 

d. Dec. 6, 1866, a. 21, i. Bristol, Wis. Yes. 
George Mory Ingalls, b. June 3, 1848, Monson, 

d. June 7, 1860, a. 13, i. Union, Wis. Yes. 
Stephen and Charles A. died unmarried. 

THOMAS INGALLS 
was a son of Stephen Ingalls and Anna Pooler. 

(b. 1773, d. Jan, 2, 1830, a. 57.) (b. 1775, d. April 16, 1846, a. 71.) 



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9 WILLIAM KING, 
at 72 years of age, seventh generation, son of 3 Amasa King. 



Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 3 Amasa King. 

9. WILLIAM KING, b. Sept. 8, 1816, Monson, 

living in Monson, 1897. 
married Oct. 37, 1840, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
CAROLINE WOODWORTH, b. April 22, 1818, Somers, Ct. 

d. March 1, 1881, a. G3, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Adelaide C. King, b. July 29, 1841, Monson, 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

2. Rose E. King, b. March 25, 1846, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

3. Emma E. King, b. July 7, 1850, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

4. Fred William King, b. July 7, 1857, Monson. 

living in Chicago, 111. 

CAROLINE WOODWORTH 

was a dau. of Charles Woodworth and Lillian Avery. 

10. AZUBA KING, b. Dec. 18, 1819, Monson, 

d. Oct. 30, 1872, a. 52, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Aug. 31, 1841, Monson, 

DANIEL GARDNER GREEN, b. Oct 17, 1817, Wales, 

d. July 31, 1884, a. 60, i. Monson. Yes. 
children. 

1. Hattie S. Green, b. June 10, 1842, Monson, 

d. April 21, 1876, a. 33, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. Mary A. Green, b. Sept. 28, 1851, Monson, 

living in Boston. 

3. Addie a. Green, b. Jan. 21, 1854, Monson, 

d. March 15, 1881, a. 27, i. Monson. Yes. 

DANIEL GARDNER GREEN 
was a son of Jonas Green and Sophia Gardner. 



Eighth Generation. 

Records of the grandchildren of 3 Hinasa King (who married). 
1. LEWIS KING. 

1. EDWARD LEWIS KING, b. Jan. 16, 1829, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married Feb. 15, 1860, Huntington, 

by C. W. Walker, 
HELEN MAR LEWIS, b. May 17, 1838, Blandford, daughter of 

John Lewis and Lucina Herrick. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Carrie Eliza King, b. Dec. 14, 1860, Monson, 

living in Boston. 

2. Warren Roger King, b. Jan. 11, 1865, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

1. LEWIS KING. 

3. ROXIE LUANIA KING 



married 
GEORGE WHITE 



b. Jan. 30, 1835, Monson, 
living in Springfield. 
Jan. 18, 1853, Palmer, 

b. May 9, 1828, Becket, son of Lanson 
White and Betsy Childs. 
He d. June 30, 1896, i. Monson. 
children. 
Laura Elizabeth White, b. March 37, 1854, Brimfield, 

d. April 15, 1855, a. 1, i. Monson. 
Mary Elvira White, b. Aug. 4, 1858, Becket, 

d. May 1, 1865, a. 6, i. Monson. Yes. 
Alice A. White, b. Sept. 6, 1862, Woonsocket, R. I., 

d. June 14, 1865, a. 2, i. Monson. Yes. 
Amy King White, b. March 22, 1869, Hartford. Conn., 
living in Springfield, 189 Walnut St. 



Yes. 



2. JOHN KING. 

1. MARY R. KING, b. July 2, 1833, Monson, 



married 
SANFORD FULLER, 



d. May 30, 1892, a. 58, i. Monson. Yes. 
May 31, 1853, Monson, 

b. , Monson, son of Warren Fuller and 

Lucy Chapman. 



children. 
Frederick Fuller, b. March 20, 1854, Monson. 



SANFORD FULLER 

living at 84 Stebbins St., Springfield. 



3. HIRAM KING. 

1. WHITNEY B. KING, b. Jan. 29, 1836, Monson, 

d. March 10, 1862, a. 26, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Dec. 7, 1859, Hamilton, N. Y., 

by Rev. W. R. Brooks, 
HATTIE M. ELDRED, b. June 2, 1837, Hamilton, N. Y., 

d. May 12, 1893, a. 56, i. Monson. Yes. 



children. 
1. Charles Whitney King, b. Sept. 8, 1861, Monson, 
living in Monson, 1896. 

HATTIE M. ELDRED 
was a dau. of Charles Eldred and Alma Burchard. 



Eigfhth Generation— Continued. 
Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

5. AMASA KING, Jr. 

1. GEORGE MUNN KING, b. Hampden, 

d. Sept. 15, 1893, i. Monson. 
married Nov. 1, 1876, Monson, 

by Rev. C. B. Sumner, 

MARTHA A. ANDERSON, b. , Stafford, Ct., dau. of Bostic 

Anderson and Surepta Trusdell. 
No children. Widow now living, 74 Sherman St., Springfield. 

5. AMASA KING, Jr. 

3. SOPHRONIA KING, b. Feb. 4, 1839, Monson, 

living at 756 State St., Springfield, 
married Aug. 23, 1861, Monson, 

by Rev. Theron Colton, 
CHARLES FULLER, b. April 19, 1840, Monson, 

d. Nov. 1, 1891, a. 51, i. Springfield. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Clara Louise Fuller, b. Aug. 5, 1867, Monson, 

living in Springfield. 

2. Robert King Fuller, b. July 20, 1872, Monson, 

living in Springfield. 

3. Annie Ellen Fuller, b. Nov. 17, 1876, Springfield, 

living in Springfield. 

CHARLES FULLER (brother of Sanford Fuller) 
was a son of Warren Fuller, who died Feb. 10, 1862, i. Monson. Yes. 
and Lucy Chapman, who died Jan. 11, 1890, i. Monson. Yes. 

5. AMASA KING, Jr. 

4. FRANK H. KING, b. Monson, 

living in Springfield, 
married Dec. 10, 1882, Monson, 

by Rev. Charles B. Sumner, 

MARY A. HAYWARD, b. , 

no children. dau. of Hiram and Surepta Hayward. 

5. AMASA KING, Jr. 

5. MARIA LOUISE KING, b. Oct. 23, 1844, Monson, 

living at 756 State St., Springfield, 
married at Monson, 

by Rev. Theron G. Colton, 
EDWARD GALLUP, b. at Brooklyn, Ct., 

d. , 

(no children.) son of John and Maria Gallup. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

6 DWIGHT KING. 

1. JULIA M. KING, b. Aug. 27, 1835, Monson, 

living at 1,070 Central Park Ave., Chicago, 111. 
married July 1, 1867, Monson, 

by Rev. R. H. Howard, 
WILLIAM A. WATERMAN, b. Jan. 2, 1840, Blandford, 

son of Baizillai Waterman and Mary P. 
Gleason. 

CHILDREN. 

1. William K. Waterman, b. Aug. 10, 1868, Cameron, Mo., 

d. Sept. 1868, i. Cameron, Mo. Yes. 

2. Mary Reynolds Waterman, b. Oct. 14, 1869, Cameron, Mo., 

living in Chicago, 111. 

3. Fanny Waterman, b. July 10, 1871, Cameron, Mo., 

d. Dec. 1871, i. Cameron, Mo. Yes. 

4. Martha King Watekmai.-, b. May 14, 1873, Cameron Mo., 

living in Chicago, 111. 

5. Wm. Ralph Waterman, b. Feb. 7, 1875, Cameron, Mo., 

d. Nov. 8, 1893, a. 18, i. Geneseo, 111. Yes. 

6. Harry Bryant Waterman, b. Oct. 10, 1877, Marion, Iowa, 

d. Oct. 10, 1893, a. 16, i. Geneseo, 111. Yes. 

7. Fannie Grace Waterman, b. March 15, 1879, Marion, Iowa, 

d. Nov. 15, 1893, a. 14, i. Geneseo, 111. Yes. 

Rev. William A. Waterman is at present pastor of the Millard Avenue 
Congregational Church, Chicago, 111. 

6. DWIGHT KING. 

2. FRANK MERRICK KING, b. May 15, 1845, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married Oct. 26, 1869, Monson, 

by Rev. William Reed, 
MARY PEASE, b. March 18, 1844. Monson, 

dau. of Rufus M. Pease and Lucy Stacy. 
children. 

1. Arthur Dwight King, b. Feb. 21, 1871, Monson, 

living in Worcester. 

2. Alice May King, b. April 8, 1876, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

3. Florence Martha King, b. March 5, 1882, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

Mary Pease, sister of Clark R. Pease, who married Rose E. King. 

6. DWIGHT KING. 

3. MYRON D. KING, b. Dec. 11, 1849, Monson, 

living in Pittsfield, Pike Co., 111. 
married Nov. 30, 1876, Pittsfield, 111., 

by Rev. George McArdle, 
ROSEBELLE CHAPMAN, b. July 7, 1856, Pittsfield, 111., 

dau. of Clark P. Chapman and Amelia Shaw. 
children. 

1. Lyndle Chapman King, b. Aug. 1, 1879, Pittsfield, 111., 

living in Pittsfield, 111. 

2. Vinton Shaw King, b. Dec. 13, 1885. Pittsfield, 111., 

living in Pittsfield, 111. 

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Eig:hth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

6. DWIGHT KING. 

4. HENRY AMASA KING, b. Jan. 14, 1852, Monson, 

living at 307 Union St., Springfield, 
married Nov. 6, 1879, Monson, 

by Rev. Charles B. Sumner, 
MARIA LYON FLYNT, b. March 22, 1854, Monson, 

dau. of Wm. Norcross Flynt and Eudocia 

Carter Converse. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Stanley King, b. May 11, 1883, Troy, N. Y.. 

living in Springfield. 

2. Carrie Lyon King, b. March 15, 1885. Troy, N. Y., 

living in Springfield. 

3. Ames King, b. June 10, 1892, Troy, N. Y., 

d. June 15, 1893, i. Troy, N. Y. 

Maria L. Flynt, sister of Rufus Flynt, who married Addie A. Green. 

7. AUSTIN KING. 

1. CHARLES GARDNER KING, b. Dec. 26, 1837, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married Oct. 27, 1880, Suffield, Conn., 

by Rev. Charles Symington, 
EMMA S. RICE, b. July G, 1853, Belchertown, 

dau. of Daniel T. Rice and Ann C. 
Burnett. 
children. 

1. Howard Burton King, b. Aug. 31, 1881, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

2. Elmer Rice King, b. March 10, 1883, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

7. AUSTIN KING. 

2. WYLES A USTIN KING, b. Feb. 8, 1840, Monson, 

d. April 16, 1892, a. 52, i. Monson. Yes. 

married , Wales, 

by Absalom Gardner, 
JULIA A. HOAR, b. Jan. 3, 1844, Monson, 

d. July 31. 1877, a. 33, i. Monson. Yes. 
dau. of John Rice Hoar and Eliza Dunbar. 
children. 
1. Bella E. King, b. March 30, 1865, Monson, 

d. Dec. 10, 1887, a. 23, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. May G. King, b. March 19, 1867, Monson, 

d. Feb. 6, 1870, a. 3, i. Monson. Yes. 
3. Clarence W. King, b. Oct. 19, 1873, Monson, 
living in Newton, Mass. 

2d Marriage 
ELLA JEWETT, living in Monson. (No children). 

WYLES AUSTIN KING 
was a private in Company E, 36th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers. En- 
listed July 14, 1862; discharged for disability, Feb. 18, 1863. 

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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

7. AUSTIN KING. 

5. JENNIE LOUNAN KING, b. Sept. 26, 1847, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married Oct. 10, 1872, Monson, 

by Rev. Earl Guilford. 
CHARLES M. WEBBER, b. Dec. 29, 1845, Wales, 

son of Jonathan Webber and Sarah 
no children. Green. 

7. AUSTIN KING. 

7. WILLIAM HOLLIS KING, b. Sept. 28, 1851, Monson, 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 
married March 12, 1873, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. G. V. Maxam, 
ELLA F. MOULTON, b. Nov. 4, 1855, Providence, R. L, 

dau. of Franklin Warner Moulton and 
Elizabeth C. Brown. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Walter Raymond King, b. Aug. 7, 1874, Monson, 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 

2. Harry Mortimer King, b. Dec. 16, 1875, Monson, 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 

3. Robert Kimberly King, b. Dec. 23, 1881, Monson, 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 

4. Daisy Pauline King, b, Feb. 6, 1885, Monson, 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 

5. Paul King, b. July 22, 1887, Monson, 

d. Sept. 12, 1887, i. Monson. No. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

8. MARY KING, married THOMAS INGALLS. 

2. LUCY JANE INGALLS, b. July 21, 1834, Monson, 

living in Kenosha, Wis. 
married June 30, 1852, Pleasant Prairie, Wis., 

by Rev. Hanson, 
HIRAM F. CADY, b. July 24, 1821, Stafford, Ct, 

d. Jan. 10, 1890, a. 68, i. Kenosha,Wis. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Mary Orville Cady, b. Nov. 27, 1853, Pleasant Prairie, Wis. 

living in Chicago, 111. 
3. Florence Azuba Cady, b. Nov. 21, 1855, Pleasant Prairie, Wis., 

d. March 15, 1858, i. Pleasant Prairie. Yes. 
3. Charles Thomas Cady, b. Jan. 29, 1869, Pleasant Prairie. Wis , 

d. Feb. 23, 1869, i. Pleasant Prairie. Yes. 

HIRAM FRANKLIN CADY 
was a son of Absalom Cady and Hannah Dennison. 

8. MARY KING married THOMAS INGALLS. 

3. ALBERT EARL INGALLS, b. Aug. 7, 1836, Monson, 

living at 79 Racine Ave., Chicago, 111. 
married March 7, 1859, Kenosha, Wis. 

LENORA BROWN, d. Dec. 6, 1861, i. Waukegan, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Susie Lenora Ingalls, b. Nov. 25, 1861, Waukegan, 111. 
2d Marriage March, 1863, Pleasant Prairie, 111., 

DORLESKA YATES, d. Dec, 1874, i. Waukegan, 111. 

CHILDREN. 

2. LoRA Ingalls, b. Oct., 1866, Waukegan, 111. 

3. Frank Ingalls, b. Oct., 1868, Waukegan, 111. 

4. Eddie Ingalls, b. April, 1870, W^aukegan, 111. 

5. Freddie Ingalls, b. April, 1870, Waukegan, 111. 

Lenora Brown was a dau. of Norman Brown and Chloe Yates, Waukegan, 111. 



Ei§:hth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 
9. WILLIAM KING. 

1. ADELAIDE C. KING, b. July 29, 1841, Monson, 

living in Hartford, Ct. 
married July 27, 1862, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 

MARCUS KEEP, b. , 1840, Monson, 

d. June 9, 1863, a. 23, i. Monson. Yes. 
(no children.) son of Ephraim B. Keep and Julia Smith. 

He served in the war of Rebellion, Company E, 36th Regiment, Massa- 
chusetts Volunteers, wounded, and died in hospital. The Grand Army Post 
in Monson named in honor of him. 

2d Marriage June 17, 1868, Monson, by Rev. R. H. Howard, 
J. V. SQUIER, b. Oct. 6, 1840, Monson, 

(no children.) son of J. M . A. Squier and Hannah W. Smith, 

9. WILLIAM KING. 

2. ROSE EUGENIA KING, b. March 26, 1846, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married June 23. 1869, Monson, 

by Dr. True, 
CLARK RUFUS PEASE, b. Oct. 5, 1841, Monson, 

son of Rufus M. Pease and Lucy Stacy, 
bro. of Mary Pease, who m. Frank M. King. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Helen Maud Peask, b. March 14, 1879, Monson, 
living in Monson. 



9. WILLIAM KING. 

3. EMMA E. KING, b. July 7, 1850, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married Feb. 25, 1873, Monson, 

by Rev. Charles B. Sumner, 
WILLIAM KING FLYNT, b. Dec. 10, 1850, Monson, 

d. Feb. 22, 1886, a. 35, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Mabelle King Flynt, b. May 25, 1874, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

2. William Norcross Flynt, b. Jan. 28, 1880, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

3. Caroline Woodworth Flynt, b. Aug. 18, 1881, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

WILLIAM KING FLYNT 
was a son of William Norcross Flynt and Joanna King Flynt. 

9. WILLIAM KING. 

4. FEED WILLIAM KING, b. July 7, 1857, Monson, 

living at 6,549 Yale Ave., Chicago, 111. 
married Dec. 24, 1892, Chicago, III, 6,916 PerryAve., 

by Rev. W. M. Hindman, 
LILLIAN R. REIS, b. Oct. 20, 1866, New Castle, Penn., 

dan. of Henry Reis and Marie Whippo, of 
Quaker family. 

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4 FRED WILLIAM KING, 
at 33 years of age, eighth generation, son of 9 William King 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 



10. 
1. 



Records of the grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

AZUBA KING, married DANIEL GARDNER GREEN. 

HATTIE S. GREEN, b. June 10, 1842, Monson, 

d. April 21, 1876, a. 33, i. Monson. 

Dec. 25, 1865, Monson, 

by Rev. Theron G. Colton, 

b. Dec. 25, 1838, Wilbraham, 

son of J. S. Fuller and Abiah Hyde. 

CHILDREN. 

Alice G. Fuller, b. Sept. 17, 1866, Brimfield, 

living in Monson. 
Gardner G. Fuller, b. Nov. 11, 1870, Monson, 

d. Sept. 14, 1871, i. Monson. Yes. 
Henry T. Fuller, b. March 2-3, 1876, Monson, 

d. March 24, 1876, i. iMonson. Yes. 

2d wife, Carrie F. Field; 3d wife, A. S. Green. 



Yes. 



married 
GEORGE E. FULLER, 



10. AZUBA KING. 
2. MARY A. GREEN, b. Sept. 25, 1851, Monson, 

living at 48 Perrin St., Boston, 
married Nov. 8, 1876, Monson, 

by Rev. Charles B. Sumner, 
FRANK E. GREENE, b. July 30, 1854, Waltham, 

son of Reuben Greene and Lydia Waste. 
children. 

1. Florence H. Greene, b. Jan. 24, 1878, Boston, 

d. March 7, 1881, a. 3, i. Jamaica Plains. Yes. 

2. Gardner F. Greene, b. Nov. 10, 1884, Boston, 

living in Boston. 

3. Robert R. Greene, b. Nov. 24, 1886, Boston, 

living in Boston. 

4. Marion A. Greene, b. Nov. 24, 1886, Boston, 

living in Boston. 

5. Frank E. Greene, Jr., b. Oct. — , 1889, New York, 

living in Boston. 



10. AZUBA KING. 
3. AD DIE A. GREEN 

married 

RUFUS FLYNT, 



b. Jan. 21, 1854, Monson, 

d. March 15, 1881, a. 27, i. Monson. Yes. 

Sept. 14, 1876, Monson, 

by Rev. Charles B. Sumner, 

b. June 14. 1855, Monson, 

son of William Norcross Flynt and Eudocia 

Converse. 



children. 
Harold G. Flynt, b. Nov. 21, 1877, Monson, 

d. Nov. 7, 1878, i. Monson. Yes. 
Hattie G. Flynt, b. March 16, 1879, Monson, 
livine in Palmer. 



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Ninth Generation. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 3 Hmasa King (who have married). 

1. LEWIS KING. 

1. EDWARD LEWIS KING. 

1. CARRIE ELIZA KING, b, Dec. 14, 1860, Monson, 

living at 57 Cambridge St., Boston, 
married Oct. 15, 1890, Monson, 

by Lee Howard Fisher, 
CHARLES OSCAR THOMPSON, b. Aug. 30, 1862, Monson, 

son of Charles Oscar Thompson and 
Lucy Paine Fales. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Howard King Thompson, b. May 1, 1893, Boston, 
living in Boston. 

2. JOHN KING. 

1. MARY R. KING, married SANFORD FULLER. 
1. FREDERICK FULLER, b. March 20, 1854. 

married, and has two children. Residence 

unknown. 

5. AMASA KING, Jr. 

3. SOPHRONIA KING, married CHARLES FULLER. 

1. CLARA LOUISE FULLER, b. Aug. 5, 1867, Monson, 

living in Springfield, 
married May 4, 1892, Springfield, 

CHARLES HUBBARD McKNIGHT, son of John D. McKnight. 

CHILDREN. 

1. John D. McKnight, 2(i, b. July 15, 1894, Springfield. 

6. DWIGHT KING. 

L JULIA M. KING, married WILLIAM A. WATERMAN. 

2. MARY REYNOLDS WATERMAN, b. Oct. 14, 1869, Cameron, Mo. 

living in Chicago, 111. 
married Oct. 30, 1889, 

Kalamazoo, Mich., 
by Rev. W. A. Waterman and 
Rev. Moses E. Hill, 
CHARLES HENRY HAZARD, b. April 10, 1867, 

Kalamazoo, Mich., 
son of Albert A. Hazard and 
Sarah E. Parker. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Julia Lucile Hazard, b. Nov. 26, 1890, Kalamazoo, Mich., 

d. Nov. 13, 1893, 1. Geneseo, 111. Yes. 

2. Fannie Grace Hazard, b. April 30, 1894, Kalamazoo. Mich. 

living in Chicago, 111., 1070 Central Park Ave. 

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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 3 Amasa King. 

8. MARY KING, married THOMAS INGALLS. 

2. LUCY JANE INGALLS, married HIRAM F. CADY. 

1. MAJ^V ORVILLE CADY, b. Nov. 27, 1853, Pleasant Prairie, Wis. 
married Sept. 14, 1871, Kenosha, Wis., 

by Rev. E. D. Huntley, 
ROBERT BURNS YULE, b. Aug. 20, 1847, Somers, Wis., 

son of Alexander Yule and Jane Watson. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Charles Ingalls Yule, b. June 29, 1872, Kenosha, Wis. 

2. Frank Cady Yule, b. Sept. 1, 1875, Kenosha, Wis. 

3. Herbert Mortimer Yule, b. Feb. 17, 1879, Kenosha, Wis., 

171 E. Indiana St., Chicago, 111. 

8. MARY KING. 

3. ALBERT EARL INGALLS. 

1. SUSIE LENORA INGALLS, b. Nov. 25, 1861, Waukegan, 111. 

married. 

(Further record could not be obtained.) 

8. MARY KING. 

3. ALBERT EARL INGALLS. 

2. LORA INGALLS, b. Oct. 1866, Waukegan, 111. 

married. 

(Unable to get full record.) 

9. WILLIAM KING. 

3. EMMA E. KING, married WILLIAM K. FLYNT. 

1. MABELLE KING FLYNT, b. May 25, 1874, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married April 7, 1896, Monson, 

by Rev. F. S. Hatch, 

ROBERT HOLMES CUSHMAN, b. Jan. 5, 1870, Monson, son of Solo- 
mon F. Cushman and Candace B. 
Packard. 

10. AZUBA KING, married DANIEL GARDNER GREEN. 

1. HATTIE S. GREEN, married Dr. GEORGE E. FULLER. 
1. ALICE G. FULLER, b. Sept. 17, 1866, Brimfield. 
married Nov. 11, 1891, Monson, 

by Rev. Charles L. Woodworth, 
HARRY A. MERCHANT, b. Aug. 1, 1866, Monson, son of Alvin B. Mer- 
chant and Jane Marsh. 

CHILDREN. 

1. George Fuller Merchant, b. May 2, 1896, Monson, 
living in Monson. 



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Records of 
4 



Polly King, 

Sixth Generation, 



and 



vJesse Moulton, 

her husband, 
and their descendants, 

Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Generations, 

74 Tamilies. 



Sixth Generation. 



4. POLLY KLNG, b. 1775, March 9, Monson, 

d. March 18, 1814, a. 39, i. Monson. Yes. 
married 1796, 

JESSE MOULTON, b. 1773, March 28, Monson, 

d. Nov. 28, 1815, a. 42, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Sally Moulton, b. 1797, Nov. 6, Monson, 

d. April 24, 1871, a. 73, i. Monson. No. 

2. Horace Moulton, b. 1799, Feb. 9. Monson, 

d. Sept. 11, 1873, a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Harriet Moulton, b. 1800, Oct. 6, Monson, 

d. July 8, 1877, a. 77, i. Buckland, Ct. Yes. 

4. RuLY Moulton, b. 1802, April 18, Monson, 

d. Jan. 28, 1875, a. 72, i. Monson. Yes. 

5. Lucy Moulton, b. 1804, April 1, Monson, 

d. Jan. 12, 1875, a. 70, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

6. DwiGHT Moulton, b. 1806, Dec. 26, Monson, 

d. Aug. 19, 1869, a. 62, i. Monson. Yes. 

JESSE MOULTON (cousin of Mercy Mouhon, who was the wife of 
Roswell King,) was a son of Abner Moulton, d. Aug. 13, 1821, a. 76, (and 
Anne, his wife); second wife, Sarah Moulton, b. 1760; d. Sept. 15, 1851, 
a. 91; interred in Moulton Hill cemetery, Monson, and graves marked. 

Abner Moulton, served in the Revolutionary war. Enlisted Sept. 26, 
1777; discharged Oct. 12, 1777. 

Abner was a son of Freeborn Moulton and Rebecca Walker, m. June 
2, 1737, Brimfield. 

Jesse Moulton and Polly King 1 family. 

They had 6 children married, 

25 grandchildren married, 17 now living. 

41 great-grandchildren m., 69 " " 

1 gr.-gr. -grandchildren m., 53 

Total, 74 families. Descendants, 139 " " 
We think not any of these descendants served in the war 1861-5, 
although several of them had husbands who served. 

Josephine Moulton's husband, B. B. Tiffany. 
Laura Ann Nichols' " John H. Chadwick. 

Ann M. Bradway's " Ralph Lull. 

Emeline E. Nichols' " George M. Woodward. 

The Moultons settled in that part of Brimfield which is now Wales, and 
Monson. There were several other Moulton families, early settlers of 
Brimfield. 

Note. — See following page for Brimfield and Monson records of the Moultons. The 
above record of Abner and wife Sarah is taken from the gravestones. The records of Mon- 
son show births of children to Abner Moulton and Anne, his wife. The Sarah mentioned 
above was probably second wife. She could not have been the mother of Jesse, as she was 
only thirteen years old when Jesse was born. 

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The following records of our Moulton ancestors are taken from town 
records of Brimfield, Wales and Monson, with some additions from memory 
of the descendants now living: 

FREEBORN MOULTON, b. 1715. 

married June 2, 1737, Brimfield, 

REBECCA WALKER, b. 1717, Union. 

CHILDREN. 

Joseph Moulton, b. Jan. 15, 1738, 

m. Elizabeth Sherman, from Rhode Island. 
Rebecca Moulton, b. Nov. 29, 1740, 

d. Oct. 3, 1741. 
Rebecca Moulton, 2d, b. Sept. 30. 1742. 

Hannah Moulton, b. Nov. 29, 1743. 

Freeborn Moulton, Jr., b. April 9, 1746, 

m. Jerusha . 

Abner Moulton, b. June 27, 1748, 

m. 1st, Anne ; 2d, Sarah Blanchard. 

Phineas Moulton, b. May 15, 1751, 

m. Mary . 

Elijah Moulton, b. Aug. 10, 1753, 

m. Eunice Blodget. 
Calvin Moulton, b. 1758, 

m. Lucy Durkee, March 26, 1778. 
Luther Moulton, b. 1760. 

Daniel Moulton, b. 1762, 

m. Abigail 



he d. 1849, a. 87, i. Moulton Hill. Yes. 
Abigail d. 1843, a. 83, i. Moulton Hill. Yes, 

JOSEPH MOULTON, b. 1738, was married three times. 

By first wife he had Nathaniel; by second wife, Lewis, sister of 

Samuel Lewis, of Brimfield, he had Royal Moulton, who married Betty 

Trask; and Sarah Moulton, m. 1st, Roswell Hale; 2d Smith. By third 

wife, Elizabeth Sherman, who came from Rhode Island with a Peckham 
family, he had: 

Joseph Moulton, b. Aug. 3, 1776. 

m. Esther Bugbee. 
Benjamin Moulton, b. April 12, 1778. 

Mary Moulton, b. April 5, 1780. 

Hannah Moulton, b. March 13, 1782. 

Clerecy Moulton, b. Jan. 6, 1784, 

m. Edson. 

Israel Moulton, b. Feb. 18, 1786, 

d. young. 
Mercy Moulton, b. April 4, 1788, ) 

m. Roswell King. 1805. [• Twins. 
Elizabeth Moulton, b. April 4, 1788. ) 

RuFus Moulton, b, June 21, 1790, 

m. Ursula Washburn. 
Amanda Moulton, b. March 22, 1793, 
m. Orrin Colburn. 
Abel Moulton, b. March 5, 1795, 

went to York State (Holland Purchase, so called.) 
Hiram Moulton, b. Dec. 23, 1799, 

was living when his father died, 1816. 

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Children of Abner Moulton, b. 1748, and Anne, his wife: 
Jesse Moulton, b. March 28, 1773, 

m. Polly King, 1796. 
Rebecca Moulton, b. May 18, 1775. 

m. Calvin Vinton. (See pages 28, 29 and 58.) 
Mary Moulton, b. June 3, 1778. 

William Moulton, b. Nov. 17, 1780. 

Jonas Moulton, b. June 29, 1783, 

m. Diana Walker. He d. 1852; she d. 1874; son Abner d. 

1815. All i. Moulton Hill cemetery. Yes. 
Abner Moulton, Jr., b. April 2, 1786. 

Abner Moulton, senior, married 2d wife, Sarah Blanchard, Oct. 6, 1807. 

Children of Freeborn Moulton, Jr., b. 1746, and Jerusha, his wife: 
Sarah Moulton. 
Jemima Moulton. 
Rebecca Moulton. 
Abigail Moulton. 
Freeborn Moulton, Jr. 

Children of Phineas Moulton, b. 1751, and Mary, his wife: 
JUDE Moulton. 
Daniel Moulton, b. 1773. 

Children of Elijah Moulton, b. 1753, and Eunice, his wife: 
Calvin Moulton. 
Elijah Moulton. 
Phineas Moulton. 
Sally Moulton. 

Children of Calvin Moulton, b. 1758, and Lucy, his wife, married March 
26, 1778. He died April, 1825, a. 67. 

LovisA Moulton, m. Sylvanus Shaw, d. Sept. 25, 1860, a. 81. 

Nancy Moulton. 

Lucy Moulton. 

Annis Moulton. 

Calvin Moulton, Jr., d. Jan., 1845. 

AzuBAH Moulton. 

Laura Moulton, m. W. Munger. 

Abial Moulton. 

Esther Moulton, m. Whitman Marger, 1825, d. June 12, 1859, a. 60. 

Children of Jonas Moulton, b. 1783, and Diana, his wife: 
Lucia M. Moulton. 
Fidelia Moulton. 

Abner Moulton, d. April 22, 1815, a. 1, i. Moulton Hill. Yes. 
Jesse Moulton. 
William Moulton. 
Austin Moulton. 
Lafayette Moulton. 
Franklin Moulton. 
Charles L. Moulton, living 1897. 
Lucy Ann Moulton. 

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Seventh Generation. 



Records of the children of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

1. SALLY MOULTON, b. Nov. 6, 1797, Monson, 

d. April 24, 1871, a. 73, i. Monson. Yes. 
married March 19, 1822, Monson, 

OTIS BRADWAY, b. Sept. 17, 1800, Monson, 

d. March 23, 1854, a. 53, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Horace Horatio Bradway, b. Jan. 20, 182'3, Monson, 

d. Sept. 10, 1844, a. 21, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. John Freeman Bradway, b. Feb. 11, 1884, Monson, 

d. Feb. 27, 1825, a. 1, i. Monson. 

3. Ruby Ann Bradway, b. May 14, 1825, Monson, 

living at 321 Sipp Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

4. Elvira Almira Bradway, b. June 17, 1829, Monson, 

d. Jan. 20, 1832, a. 2, i. Monson. 

5. Mary Bradway, b. Sept. 1, 1832, Monson, 

d. April 10, 1837, a. 4, i. Monson. 

6. Ann Maria Bradway, b. Dec. 25, 1836, Monson, ^ 

d. July 19, 1892, a. 55, i. Monson. Yes. I„, . 

7. Sarah Sophia Bradway, b. Dec. 25, 1836, Monson, j ^^^^"^• 

living in E. Longmeadow, Mass. J 

OTIS BRADWAY 
was a son of Elesar Bradway (d. 1850) and Perry (d. 1838). 

2. HORACE MOULTON, b. Feb. 9, 1799, Monson, 

d. Sept. 11, 1873, a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Dec. 11, 1832, Greenwich, Mass. 

ELIZABETH ANN ESTIN, b. May 29, 1804, Braintree, 

d. June 1, 1843, a. 39, i. Lunenburg. Yes. 
children. 

1. Elizabeth Ann Moulton, b. June 1, 1834, Coleraine, 

d. Nov. 15, 1871, a. 37, i. Holyoke. Yes. 

2. ThloI'ORE W. Moulton, b. Feb. 2, 1839, Marlboro, 

d. June 15, 1845, a. 6, i. Newbury. Yes. 

2d marriage, Dec, 1844. 

JULIA ANN FARGO, b. Nov. 14, 1816, Montville, Ct., 

d. Nov. 8, 1891, a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 
children. 

3. Laura E. Moulton, b. Jan. 30, 1846, Salem, 

living at 2,220 Burt St., Omaha, Neb. 

4. Theodore D. Moulton, b. Nov. 13, 1847, Marlboro, 

d. Sept. 18, 1848, i. Grafton. 

5. Horace D. Moulton, b. Dec. 28, 1850, Tov^^nsend, 

living in Monson. 

6. Julia Ann Moulton, b. Oct. 29, 1852, Hardv^^ick, 

living in Ansonia, Ct. 

ELIZABETH ANN ESTIN 
was a daughter of Thomas and Nancy Arnold, of Lunenburg, Mass. She was first married 
to Rev. Samuel Estin, Dec. 1, 1831. He died in March, 1832. She married Rev. Horace 
Moulton, Dec. 11, same year, and for nearly eleven years co-operated with him in his 
Christian work. Her husband wrote and published a book, in 1845, entitled: "The Young 
Pastor's Wife," it being a memoir of Elirabeth Ann Moulton, containing her biography, 
diary, letters, etc. 

Rev. HORACE MOULTON 
was a Methodist preacher, on circuit duty. The present generation can not realize what 
such a life was in those days. He was continually on the move, preaching and laboring in 
fifty towns in Massachusetts and Eastern Connecticut, which accounts for his six children 
having been born in different towns. 

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Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON, b. Oct. 6, 1800, Monson, 

d. July 8, 1877, a. 77, i. Buckland, Ct. Yes. 
married Dec. 1, 1819, Monson, 

JOSHUA NICHOLS, b. April 20, 1797, Brimfield, 

d. June 36, 1848, a. 51, i. Buckland, Ct. 
Y'.s. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Lucy Maria Nichols, b. Dec. 9, 1820, N. Brookfield, 

d. Dec. 14, 1891, a. 71, Buckland, Ct. Yes. 
3. Ruby Moulton Nichols, b. June 8, 1822, Brimfield, 
living in Vernon Depot, Ct. 

3. Almira Preston Nichols, b. Dec. 24, 1823, Ashford, Ct., 

d. Jan. 13, 1886, a. 62, i. Vernon, Ct. Yes. 

4. Martha Nichols, b. Oct. 29, 1825, 

d. . 1846, a. 21, i. Monson. No. 

5. Harriet Nichols, b. Jan. 23, 1831, Bloomfield, Ct. 

6. William Byron Nichols, b. Nov. 5. 1832, Windsor, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

7. Laura Ann Nichols, b. Oct. 16, 1835, Windsor. Ct., 

d. Feb. 4, 1875, a. 39, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

8. Ellen Jane Nichols, b. Oct. 29, 1837, East Windsor, Ct., 

living at 902 Main St., Hartford, Ct. 

9. Edward Everett Nichols, b. Dec. 20, 1839, East Hartford, Ct., 

living in Chicopee, Mass. 
10. Emeline Elizabeth Nichols, b. Aug. 19, 1842, East Hartford, Ct., 

living in Boston. 

JOSHUA NICHOLS 
was a son of j Daniel Nichols, b. Sept. 18, 1772, d. Jan. 27, 1859, a. 86. 

m. Dec. 29, 1791, ( Marcia Lilley, d. Oct. 15, 1832. 

2d marriage, Dec. 8, 1833, to Mrs. Mary Charles. 

Daniel was a son of j Samuel Nichols, Jr., b. Jan. 18, 1744, d. Nov. 9, 1781. 
m. Sept. 5, 1771, ( Lois Dunham, d. Aug. 9, 1806. 

Samuel, Jr., was a son of j Samuel Nichols, b. Dec. 20, 1720. 

( Bathsheba . 

Samuel was a son of \ William Nichols. 

m. Apr. 23, 1712, \ Sarah Migbell, d. Feb. 26, 1751. 

" William Nichols, of Springfield, appears to have been one of the early 
settlers of Brimfield, before 1715, though he evidently died before the dis- 
tribution of the land to the original proprietors, as lot No. 8 is apportioned 
to William Nichols' heirs. His descendants were afterwards large land 
owners there. Joshua Nichols was drafted from Brimfield, Sept. 11, 1814, 
to serve in the war of 1812-15." (Brimfield history.) 

William Nichols' granddaughter, Mary Nichols, married Samuel Lewis, 
and was the mother of Amasa King's wife, Azuba Lewis, thus the descend- 
ants of Amasa King are also descendants of William Nichols. 



Seventh Gcncfation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

4. RUBY MOULTON, b. April 18, 1802, Monson, 

d. Jan. 28, 1875, a. 72, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Nov. 28, 1823, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
ARBEY SQUIER, b. Feb. 7, 1799, Monson, 

d. Jan. 19, 1870, a. 70, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Solomon Squier, b. Dec. 20, 1829, Wales, 

living in Monson. 

2. Wesley Squier, b. Nov. 22, 1831, Wales, 

d. July 22, 1859, a. 27, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Horace Squier, b. Nov. 22, 1833, Wales, 

living in Monson, 

4. Sarah Squier, b. Dec. 16, 1835, Wales, 

d. July 30, 1838, a. 2, i. Monson. No. 

5. Area Squier, b. May 4, 1838, Wales, 

d. Sept. 17, 1888, a. 50, i. Monson. No. 

6. LaRoy Squier, b. Dec. 22, 1839, Wales, 

living in Wales. 

ARBEY SQUIER 
was one of a family of fifteen children; he was a son of Solomon Squier, b. 

Ashford, Ct., d. Feb. 17, 1834, and Sarah , d. Dec. 29, 1851. 

Wesley never married. 

5. LUCY MOULTON, b. April 1, 1804, Monson, 

d. Jan. 12, 1875, a. 70, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 
married 1825, Stafford, Ct., 

HORATIO N. LEONARD, b. May 30, 1804, Stafford, Ct, 

d. July 7, 1837, a. 33, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 
children. 

1. Milton L. Leonard, b. Dec 7, 1825, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Oct. 23, 1875, a. 50, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

2. Wyles Leonard, b. April 17, 1827, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Sept. 8, 1868, a. 41, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

3. Martha Jane Leonard, b. March 15, 1834, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Stafford, Ct. 

HORATIO LEONARD 
was a son of Rufus Leonard and Hicks. 



Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

6. D WIGHT MOULTON, b. Dec. 26, 1806, Wales, 

d. Aug, 19, 1809, a. 62, i. Monson. Yes. 
married May, 1836, Monson, 

by Rev. David Austin, 
LOUISA SHAW, b. Aug. 29, 1810, Monson, 

d. Oct. 2, 1859, a. 49, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Susan L. Moulton, b. Feb. 5, 1837. Monson, 

d. Jan. 15, 1856. a. 19, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. Josephine Moulton, b. March 29, 1839, Monson, 

living in Indiana, Penn., 1896. 

2d marriage, Nov., 1862, Wilbraham, 

by Rev. Horace Moulton, 
Mrs. NANCY N. KNOWLTON, b. Sept. 18, 1824, Brimfield, 

d. May 18, 1871, a. 40, i. Brimfield. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

3. EsTELLA L. Moulton, b. Feb. 21, 1866, Wilbraham. 

living 315 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Susan died unmarried. 

LOUISA SHAW 
was a dau. of James Shaw and Susannah McElwain. 

Mrs. NANCY N. KNOWLTON 
(second wife of Dwight Moulton) was a daughter of William Fay and Mary, 
his wife. 



Eighth Generation. 



Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton 

(who married). 

1. SALLY MOULTON, married OTIS BRADWAY. 
3. RUBY ANN BRADWAY, b. May 14, 1825, Monson, 

living in Jersey City, N. J. 
married Feb. 7, 1848, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Collins, 
SETH B. WASHBURN, b. Oct. 23, 1816, Stafford, Ct., 

d. March 7, 1896, a. 79, i. Stafford 
Springs, Ct. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Adin H. Washburn, b. Aug. 8, 1848, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Feb. 17, 1884, a. 35, i. Stafford Springs, Ct. 

2. Junius B. Washburn, b. Sept. 11, 1852, Stafford, Ct., . 

living at 321 Sipp Ave., Jersey City. / ry ■ 

3. JUNioN Washburn, b. Sept. 11, 1852, Stafford, Ct., ( ^''''^^• 

d. Nov.. 1852, i. Stafford, Ct. ' 

4. Ladorence Washburn, b. Oct. 1857, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Dec. 1857, i. Stafford, Ct. 

SETH B. WASHBURN 
was a son of Capt. Seth Washburn. 

1. SALLY MOULTON, married OTIS BRADWAY. 

6. ANN MARIA BRADWA Y, b. Dec. 25, 1836, Monson, 

d. July 19, 1892, a. 55, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Oct. 25, 1854, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

RALPH LULL, b. Feb. 16, 1834, West Stafford, Ct. 

d. June 6, 1864, a. 30, i. Cold Harbor, Va. 
children. 

1. Lizzie L. Lull, b. Dec. 1, 1855, West Stafford, Ct., 

living in Monson. 

2. Minnie Maria Lull, b. June 1, 1857, W^est Stafford, Ct., 

d. Sept. 10, 1858. i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

3. Marcius Ralph Lull, b. Nov. 29 1858, West Stafford, Ct., 

living in Monson. 

RALPH LULL 
vi^as a soldier in the 29th Regiment, Vermont Heavy Artillery; shot by rebel sharpshooter, 
near Cold Harbor, Va., June 6, 1864. His body could not be recovered and lies on the 
battle field. He was a son of Seaman Lull and Mary Ingraham, of Jencksville, grandson 
of Timothy Lull. 

1. SALLY MOULTON, married OTIS BRADWAY. 

7. SARAH SOPHIA BRADWAY, b. Dec. 25, 1836, Monson, 

living in E. Longnieadow. 
married Oct. 25, 1854, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Collins, 
HENRY B. DAVIS, b. Oct. 15, 1831, Stafford, Ct., son 

of Horace and Abigail Davis. 
children. 

1. RosELLA Sophia Davis, b. Aug. 24, 1855, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Somers, Ct. 

2. Henry Marcus Davis, b. Dec. 10, 1856, Stafford, Ct. 

living in E. Longmeadow. 

3. Mary Lavinia Davis, b. Oct. 17, 1858, Stafford, Ct., 

living in E. Longmeadow. 

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Eigfhth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

2. HORACE MOULTON, (Rev.) 

1. ELIZABETH ANN MOULTON, b. June 1, 1834, Coleraine, 

d. Nov. 15, 1871, a. 37, 
i. Holyoke. Yes. 
married Nov. 29, 1859, Wilbraham, 

by Rev. Horace Moulton, 
Rev. THOMAS J. ABBOTT, b. July 5, 1830, Hatley, Canada, 

d. March 14, 1878, a. 47, 
i. Holyoke. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Alice M. Abbott, b. Dec. 26, 1«60, Dudley, 

living in Chester, Ct. 

2. Mary L. B. Abbott, b. Sept. 4, 1868, Sw?mpscott, 

living in Stanstead, P. Q., Canada. 

3. Lizzie M. Abbott, b. Nov. 1, 1871, Holyoke. 

d. July 18, 1872, i. Holyoke. Yes. 
Also an infant son, d. 1865, i. Leominster. 

Rev. THOMAS J. ABBOTT 
was a son of Thomas M. Abbott and Eaton. 

3. HORACE MOULTON, (Rev.) 

3. LAURA E. MOULTON, b. Jan. 30, 1846, Salem, 

living at 2,220 Burt St., Qmaha, Neb. 
married Dec. 5, 1865, Willington, Ct., 

by Rev. Horace Moulton, 
NELSON B. GILBERT, b. Sept. 1, 1843, Chester, Ct., 

d. June 17, 1880, a. 36, i. South America. 

CHILDREN. 

1. A. Hamilton Gilbert, b. March 27, 1867, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

living in Council Bluffs, Iowa. 

2. Nelson Moulton Gilbert, b. Jan. 15, 1869, Chester, Ct., 

living in New York City. 

3. RuFUS Raymond Gilbert, b. April 6, 1878, Chester, Ct. 

residence unknown. 

NELSON B. GILBERT 

was a son of A. Hamilton Gilbert and Nancy Clark. He died in service at 

U. S. of Columbia, South America. 

2. HORACE MOULTON, (Rev.) 

5. HORACE D. MOULTON, b. Dec. 28, 1850, Townsend, 

living in Monson. 
married Nov. 25, 1875, Monson, 

by O. W. Adams, 
LAURA M. BLANCHARD, b. Jan. 14, 1857, Monson, 

dau. of Chester Blanchard and Helen 
Whiting. 

CHILDREN. 

1. William Chester Moulton, b. Dec. 30, 1876, Monson. 

2. Arthur Harold Moulton, b. Sept. 25, 1878, Monson. 

3. Walter Horace Moulton, b. Dec. 12, 1880, Monson. 

4. Helen Maud Moulton, b. July 4, 1883, Monson. 

5. Flora Bell Moulton, b. May 18, 1886, Falmer. 

6. Ralph Robert Moulton, b. May 12, 1891, Monson. 

7. Marion Ruth Moulton, b. June 14, 1895, Monson. 

all living in Monson. 

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Eig:hth Generation— Continued. 
Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

2. HORACE MOULTON, (Rev.) 

6. JULIA ANN MOULTON, b. Oct. 29, 1852, Hardwick, 

living in Ansonia, Ct. 
married May 28, 1872, Stafford Springs, Ct , 

by Rev. Horace Moulton, 
WILLIAM N. CLARK, Jr., b. June 22, 1848, Chester, Ct., 

son of William N, Clark and Susan 
Brooks. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Winnie Bell Clark, b. Aug. 13, 1877. Chester, Ct., 

living in Ansonia, Ct., at 40 James St. 

2. Willie M. Clark, b. July 6, 1882, Chester, Ct , 

living in Ansonia, Ct. , at 40 James St. 



3. HARRIET MOULTON, married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
1. LUCY MARIA NICHOLS, b. Dec. 9, 1820, No. Brookfield. 

d. Dec. 14, 1891, a. 71, i. Buckland, Ct. 

Yes. 
married Nov. 22, 1839, Manchester, Ct., 

by Rev. Sanford Benton, 
WILLIAM COWLES STRONG, b. July 27, 1818, Bolton, Ct., 

d. Oct. 5, 1890, a. 72, i. Buckland, Ct. 

Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Edgar Eugene Strong, b. April 14, 1841, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Cleveland, Ohio. 

2. Jake Maria Strong, b. Jan. 2, 1843, Manchester, Ct. , 

d. Sept. 13, 1845, i. Buckland, Ct. Yes. 

3. Charles Wesley Strong, b. Oct. 25, 1844, Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

4. Ella Samantha Strong, b. March 23, 1847, Manchester, Ct., 

d. Feb. 11, 1868, a. 20, i. Buckland, Ct. Yes. 

5. Jennie Maria Strong, b. Oct. 4, 1849, Manchester, Ct , 

d. Feb. 29, 1859, a. 9, i. Buckland, Ct. Yes. 

6. Eva Cecil Strong, b. June 7, 1853, Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

7. William Nichols Strong, b. Aug. 1, 1856, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Cleveland, Ohio. 

8. Clinton Frederick Strong, b. June 5, 1859, Manchester, Ct., 

d. June 21, 1862, i. Buckland, Ct. Yes. 

9. Minnie Alice Strong, b. Sept. 11, 1864, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Cleveland, Ohio. 

WILLIAM COWLES STRONG 
was a son of Eli Strong and Elizabeth Cowles. 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 

2. RUBY AT. NICHOLS, b. June 8, 1823, Brimfield, 

living in Vernon Depot, Ct. 
married April 26, 1855, Manchester, Ct., 

by Rev. Wm. Livesey, 
CHARLES GROSVENOR, b. Feb. 23, 1819, Dudley, 

d. May 30, 1893, a. 74, i. Vernon, Ct. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Ellen A. Grosvenor, b. June 26, 1857, Rockville, Ct., 

d. Oct. 2, 1857, i. Rockville, Ct. 

2. Arthur D. Grosvenor, b. Jan. 27, 1859, Rockville, Ct., 

d. Sept. 11, 1859. i. Rockville, Ct. 

3. Jennie Grosvenor, b. April 18, 1862, Rockville, Ct., 

living in Vernon Depot, Ct. 

4. Frank A. Grosvenor, b. Jan. 26. 1864, Willington, Ct., 

living in Vernon Depot, Ct. 

5. George E. Grosvenor, b. July 26, 1865, So. Manchester, Ct., 

d. Jan. 1, 1890, a. 24, i. Vernon, Ct. 

CHARLES GROSVENOR 

was a son of Abel Grosvenor and Eunice Spalding. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

3. ALMIRA P. NICHOLS, b. Dec. 24, 1823, Ashford, Ct., 

d. Jan. 13, 1886, a. 62, i. Vernon, Ct. Yes. 
married Jan. 14, 1844, Hartford, Ct., 

HENRY B. WILLEY, b. Aug. 10, 1821, Hartford, Ct, 
living in Vernon Depot, Ct. 
children. 

1. Henry Oscar Willey, b. Oct. 11, 1846, So. Windsor Ct., 

residence unknown. 

2. Emmerettk a. Willey, b. Oct. 29, 1849, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

3. Henrietta Ida Willey, b. May 19, 1858, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Milford, Ct., 1896. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

4. MARTHA NICHOLS, b. Oct. 29, 1825, 

d. 1846, a. 21, i. Monson. 
married 
WILLIAM ROOT, 
(no children.) 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

5. HARRIET NICHOLS, b. Jan. 23, 1831, Bloomfield, Ct. 

married 

GEORGE ANDRUS, 

(no children.) 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 

6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS, b. Nov. 5, 1832, Windsor, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 
married Nov. 30, 1854, Manchester, Ct., 

by Rev. Wm. Livesey, 
MARIA DAGGETT, b. May 7, 1835, Springfield, 

dau. of Joel Daggett and Rebecca 
Bowers. 

CHILDREN. 

1. William J. Nichols, b. Feb. 10, 1857, East Hartford, Ct., 

living in Middle Springs, Pa., 1896. 

2. Edward A. Nichols, b. Feb. 5, 1859, E. Hartford, Ct., 

living in Manchester, Ct. 

3. Frank A. Nichols, b. April 8, 1861, East Hartford, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

4. Joel M. Nichols, b. Nov. 15, 1863, Rockland, Del., 

living in Manchester, Ct. 

5. Nelson James Nichols, b. Oct. 20. 1866, Vernon, Ct., 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 

6. George O. Nichols, b. 1868, Vernon, Ct., 

living in Manchester, Ct. 

7. Charles H. Nichols, b. Feb. 11, 1871, Manchester Ct., 

d. Feb. 15, 1871, i. Manchester, Ct. 

8. Jessie Nichols, b. Oct. 9, 1872, Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

9. Clinton G. Nichols, b. Oct. 18. 1875, Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

7. LAURA A. NICHOLS, b. Oct. 16, 1835, E. Windsor, Ct., 

d. Feb. 4, 1875, a. 39, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 
married March 13, 1853, Rockville, Ct., 

by Rev. W. Simmons, 
JOHN H. CHADWICK, b. April 17, 1831, Pelham, 
living in Scitico, Ct. 
children. 

1. Ida May Chadwick, b. June 1, 1856, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

2. Effie Ellen Chadwick, b. April 18, 1858, Monson, 

living in Chicago, 111. 

3. Alfred B. Chadwick, b. Oct. 6, 1860, W. Stafford, Ct., 

living in Des Moines, Iowa. 

4. Bertrand W. Chadwick, b. Nov. 2, 1869, Rockville, Ct., \ 

living in Chicago, 111., >■ Twins. 

5. Bertha Almira Chadwick, b. Nov. 2, 1869, Rockville, Ct., ) 

living in Norcross, Minn. 

6. Jessie Nichols Chadwick, b. Dec. 11, 1874, Rockville, Ct., 

living in Scitico, Ct. 

JOHN H. CHADWICK 
was a son of Harvey Chadwick, b. Barre, 1788, 

and Mary Benner, b. Waldborough, Maine, 1804. 
John H. Chadwick served his country in the war of the Rebellion, 
1861-5, Co. B., 17th Regt., Conn. Vol. 2d marriage, May 11, 1876, to 
Barbara Stewart. 

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Eighth Generation— Continued. 
Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
8 ELLEN JANE NLCHOLS, b. Oct. 29, 1837, E. Windsor, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 
married April 19, 1857, Rockville, Ct., 

by Rev. George W. Wooding, 
EDWARD SHELTON, b. May 10, 183G, Nailsworth, Gloucester- 

shire, England. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Eva Lillian Shelton, b. Oct. 18, 18G1, Rockville, Ct., 

d. Nov. 14, 1861, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

2. Charles Edward Shelton, b. May 30, 1863, Rockville, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

3. Mabel Ellen Shelton, b. June 17, 1866, Rockville, Ct., 

living in Hartford. Ct. 

4. Wilbur Nichols Shelton, b. May 28, 1872, Nev/ington, Ct., 

living in Boston. 

EDWARD SHELTON 

living at 902 Main St., Hartford, Ct., was a son of Samuel Shelton and Mary 
Hills. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

9. EDWARD EVERETT NLCHOLS, b. Dec. 20, 1839, E. Hartford, Ct., 

living in Chicopee. 
married Sept. 22, 1862, Chicopee, 

by Rev. Pliny Wood, 
LUCY CALKINS, b. April 13, 1836, Malone, N. Y., 

living in Chicopee. 
children. 

1. Harriet Evelyn Nichols, b. Nov. 22, 1865, Chicopee, 

living in San Diego, Cal. 

2. Robert Nichols, b. Sept. 3, 1868, Chicopee, 

d. June 13, 1872, a. 8, i. Chicopee. Yes. 

3. Maud A. Nichols, b. Sept. 3, 1875, Chicopee, 

living in Chicopee. 

LUCY CALKINS 
was a daughter of James Calkins, b. St. Albans, Vt., 1794, 
and Lucy E. Lathrop, b. Pomfret, Ct., 1805. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

10. EMELLNE ELLZABETH NLCHOLS, b. Aug. 19, 1842, E. Hart- 

ford, Ct , 
living in Boston, 
married Sept. 14, 1861, Rockville,Ct., 

by Rev. Robert Parsons, 
GEORGE MADISON WOODWARD, b. July 15, 1840, Columbia, 

Ct.. 

son of Madison Woodward 
and Harriet L. West. 
children. 

1. Clayton Nichols Woodward, b. March 26, 1866, Columbia, Ct., 

living in Boston. 

2. George Edward Woodward, b. Oct. 21, 1867, Columbia, Ct., 

living in Middleboro. 
8. Charles Madison Woodward, b. March 25, 1873, Columbia, Ct., 
living in Fitchburg. 

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Eigfhth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

4. RUBY MOULTON married ARBEY SQUIER. 
1. SOLOMON SQUIER, b. Dec. 20, 1829, Wales, 
living in Monson. 
married June 4, 1851, Monson, 

by I. W. Dadman, 
MINERVA M. SQUIER, b. Dec. 31, 1831, Monson, 

dau. of Daniel Squier and Laura Moulton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. 'Edward C. Squier, b. July 11, 1852, Monson, 

d. Nov. 3, 1880, a. 28, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. Infant son, b. March 29, 1854, Monson, 

d. April 26, 1854, i. Monson. No. 

Edward C. never married. 

4. RUBY MOULTON. 

3. HORACE SQUIER, b. Nov. 22, 1833, Wales, 

living in Monson. 
married Sept. 16, 1857, Westfield, 

by Rev. Emerson Davis, D. D., 
HELEN M. ELY, b. Feb. 3, 1836, Westfield, 

dau. of Archibald Ely and Ann Fowler. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Sarah M. Squier, b. June 13, 1861, Monson, 
living in Boston. 

4. RUBY MOULTON. 

5. ARBA SQUIER, b. May 4, 1838, Wales, 

d. Sept. 17, 1888, a. 50, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Nov. 15, 1860, Monson, 

by Rev. A. O. Hamilton, 
MARY RAMSDELL, b. Feb. 27, 1834, Maine, 

dau. of John Lewis and Elizabeth. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Wilbur Squier, b. July 31, 1862, Monson, 

d. at birth, i. Monson. Yes. 

2. Lizzie A. Squier, b. Sept. 18, 1863, Monson, 

d. Sept. 21, 1864, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Wesley A. Squier, b. Jan. 25, 1865, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

4. Albert L. Squier, b. April 10, 1867, Monson, 

living in Amherst. 

5. Nellie F. Squier, b. April 10, 1869, Monson, 

living in Monson. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

4. RUBY MOULTON married ARBEY SQUIER. 
6. LA ROY SQUIER, b. Dec. 22, 1839, Wales, 

living in Wales, 
married Feb. 7, 1864, Springfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Seelye, 
LOTTIE S. MOULTON, b. June 26, 1849, Boston, 

d. March 14, 1865, a. 15, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Ralph La Roy Squier, b. March 2, 1865, Wales, 

living in Wales. 

2d marriage Feb. 12, 1873, Staffordville, Ct. 

Mrs. LUCINDA S. SMITH, b. Sept. 14, 1843, Monson, 

d. June 10, 1886, a. 42, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

2. Harold Roscoe Squier, b. Sept. 13, 1883, StafTordville, Ct., 

d. Sept. 28, 1884, i. Monson. Yes. 

3d marriage Oct. 6, 1887, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Batchelder, 
Mrs. IDA ROYCE BRADLEY, b. August 16, 1859, Wales, 

living in Wales. 

CHILDREN. 

3. Rose Ruby Squier, b. March 2, 1889, Wales, 

living in Wales. 

4. Helen M. E. H, R. Squier, b. June 5, 1893, Wales. 

living in Wales. 

Lottie Silvia Moulton was a daughter of Lafayette Moulton and Char- 
lotte Fuller. 

Lucinda Squier Smith was a daughter of Truxton Squier and Hannah 
Dunbar. 

Ida Royce Bradley was a daughter of Joseph U. Royce and Mary E. 
Hooker. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

5. LUCY MOULTON married HORATIO N. LEONARD. 

1. MILTON L, LEONARD, b. Dec. 7, 1825, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Oct. 23, 1875, a. 50, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 
married Nov. 22, 1849, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Woodward, 
MARTHA M. SMITH, b. Oct. 4, 1825, Monson, 

d. Mch. 29, 1896, a. 70, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Mary Salisbury Leonard, b. Feb. 3, 1859, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

2. Myron Walter Leonard, b. April 2, 1861, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Stafford, Ct. 

3. Grace Elizabeth Leonard, b. May 17, 1867, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

MARTHA M. SMITH, 
was a daughter of Walter Smith and Betsy Vinton. Betsy Vinton's sister 
Martha married 6 Dwight King, son of 3 Amasa. Another sister, Sabrah, 
married 2 John King, son of 3 Amasa. They were daughters of Calvin Vin- 
ton and Rebecca Moulton. Rebecca Moulton was a sister of Jesse Moulton, 
who married 4 Polly King. Rebecca Moulton was a cousin of Mercy Moul- 
ton who married 7 Roswell King. 

(See Moulton records.) 

5. LUCY MOULTON. 

2. WYLES LEONARD, b. April 17, 1827, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Sept. 8, 1868, a. 41, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 
married Nov. 26, 1857, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. E. Benton, 
HANNAH A. BLODGETT, b. June 6, 1835, Hartford, Ct, 

dau. of Rufus L. Blodgett and Betsy A. 
Bradway. 
children. 

1. Edith Geneva Leonard, b. July 27, 1864, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Sept. 14, 1882, a. 18, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

2. Nellie L. Leonard, b. Dec. 9. 1865, Stafford Ct., 

d. Dec. 18, 1889, a. 24, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 
(Both died unmarried.) 

Hannah A. Blodgett Leonard married Melville Smith and lives in 

Monson. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

5. LUCY MOULTON married HORATIO N. LEONARD. 

3. MARTHA J. LEONARD, b. March 15, 1834, Stafford, Ct. 

living in Stafford, Ct. 
married Oct. 10, 1853, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Simmons, 
LORENZO GARDNER FAIRFIELD, b. July 6, 1831, Stafford, Ct , 

d. Sept. 12, 1885, a. 54, i. Stafford, 

Ct. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. George G. Fairfield, b. Oct. 3, 1854, Stafford Ct., 

d. Aug. 14, 1858, a. 3, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

2. ViOLETTA Jane Fairfield, b. Nov, 18, 1855, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Sept. 17, 1893, a. 87, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 

3. Elizabeth Ann Fairfield, b. March 22, 1866, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Monson. 

4. Ida Electa Fairfield, b. July 23, 1867, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Stafford, Ct. 

LORENZO GARDNER FAIRFIELD 
was a son of Samuel E. Fairfield and Maria Moulton. 

6. DWIGHT MOULTON. 

2. JOSEPHINE MOULTON, b. March 29, 1839, Monson, 

living in Indiana, Pa., 1896. 
married Sept. 14, 1864, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
BELA BENTLEY TIFFANY, b. May 27, 1835, Barkhamsted, Ct. 
children. 

1. Mary L. Tiffany, b. Jan. 28, 1867, Wilbraham, 

living in Indiana, Pa. 

2. Laura E. Tiffany, b. Sept. 24. 1868, Indiana, Pa., 

d. Jan. 25, 1871, i. Indiana, Pa. Yes. 

3. Herbert G. Tiffany, b. July 20, 1872, Indiana, Pa., 

living in Indiana, Pa. 

4. Ruth M. Tiffany, b. Aug. 27, 1874, Indiana, Pa., 

living in Indiana, Pa. 

5. Emma J. Tiffany, b. March 17, 1876, Indiana, Pa., 

living in Indiana, Pa. 

6. Paul B. Tiffany, b. April 11, 1885, Indiana, Pa., 

living in Indiana, Pa. 

BELA BENTLEY TIFFANY, 
son of Bela Tiffany and Laura Johnson. 

At the age of 17 his parents moved to Blandford, Mass., where his 
home continued to be, until, at the call of his country, he enlisted at Mon- 
son, in July, 1862, in Co. E, 36th Regt. Mass. Vols., and served until the 
close of the war, being wounded at the Battle of Cold Harbor, Va., June 3, 
1864. At the close of the war, he settled at Indiana, Indiana County, Pa., 
and engaged in the photograph business, where, with his family, he still 
resides, having been for several years a ruling elder in the Presbyterian 
church. 



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Ninth Generation. 

Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton 

(who have married). 
1. SALLY MOULTON married OTIS BRADWAY. 
3. RUBY A. BRADWAY married SETH B. WASHBURN. 
1. ADIN H. WASHBURN, b. Aug. 8, 1848, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Feb. 17, 1884, i. Stafford, Ct. 
married March 6, 1875, West Point, N. Y. 

JULIA MILLER, b. Oct. 19, 1855, West Point, N. Y., 
(no children.) living in Jersey City, N. J. 

She was a dau. of Miller, a U. S. officer. 

1. SALLY MOULTON. 
3. RUBY A. BRADWAY. 

2. JUNIUS B. WASHBURN, b. Sept. 11, 1852, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Jersey City, N. J. 
married Jan. 1, 1876, Jersey City, N. J., 

by Rev. S. Van Benschoten, 
JENNIE WHEELER, b. April 23, 1855, Scott, Wayne Co., Pa., 
dau. of Edgar Adam Wheeler and 
Abigail Bradt. 

CHILDREN. 

1. George Edgar Washburn, b. Oct. 3. 1876, Jersey City, N. J., 

d. Jan. 22, 1877, i. Jersey City, N. J. 

2. Edgar Eugene Washburn, b. Dec. 28, 1878, Jersey City, N. J., 

d. May 30, 1886, i. Damascus, Pa. Yes. 

3. Harry Arthur Washburn, b. April 8, '1883, Jersey City, N. J., 

living at 321 Sipp Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

4. Minnie Obedient Washburn, b. Oct. 12, 1884, Jersey City, N. J., 

living at 321 Sipp Ave., Jersey City N. J. 

5. Edgar Adam Washburn, b. June 20, 1888, Jersey City, N. J., 

living at 321 Sipp Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

1. SALLY MOULTON. 

6. ANN M. BRADWAY, married RALPH LULL. 

3. MARCIUS R. LULL, b. Nov. 29, 1858, W. Stafford, Ct, 

living in Monson. 
married Oct. 22, 1890, Burnside, Ct., 

ALICE E. LEWIS, b. July 4, 1864, Hartford, Ct., 
living in Monson. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Gladys Forbes Lull, b. Feb. 24, 1892, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

2. Ralph Merritt Lull, b. Sept. 23, 1893, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

1. SALLY MOULTON. 

7. SARAH S. BRADWAY, married HENRY B. DAVIS. 
1. ROSELLA S. DAVIS, b. Aug. 24, 1855, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Somers, Ct. 
married March 3, 1881, So. Coventry, Ct., 

FRANK V. KIBBE, b. April 9, 1843, Somers, Ct., 

son of Valirus Kibbe and Laura Woods. 
children. 
1. Inez H. Kibbe, b. Aug. 3, 1882, Somers, Ct.. 
living in Somers, Ct. 

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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

1. SALLY MOULTON married OTIS BRADWAY. 

7. SARAH S. BRADWAY married HENRY B. DAVIS. 

2. HENRY M. DAVIS, b. Dec. 10, 185G, Stafford, Ct., 

living in E. Longmeadow. 
married Dec. 26, 1887, Palmer, 

EMMA L. GATES, b. Nov. 3, 18G8, Hazardville, Ct., 

dau. of Francis J. Gates and Lois Spencer. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Francis Marcus Davis, b. Oct. 13, 1888, E. Longmeadow, 

living in E. Longmeadow. 

2. Spencer Henry Davis, b. May 10, 1891, E. Longmeadow. 

living in E. Longmeadow. 

2 HORACE MOULTON. 

1. ELIZABETH A. MOULTON, married Rev. THOS. J. ABBOTT. 

1. ALICE M. ABBOTT, b. Dec. 26, 1860, Dudley, 

living in Chester, Ct. 
married May 10, 1885, Chester, Ct., 

by George M. Steele, D. D., 
ROBERT HUNGERFORD, b. Feb. 22, 1862, Chester, Ct, 

d. Sept. 22, 1888, a. 26, i. Chester, Ct. Yes. 
son of Edward C. Hungerford and Anna 
Gilbert Daniels. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Robert Abbott Hungerford, b. March 17, 1887, Seymour, Ct., 

living in Chester, Ct. 

2. Constance Huldah Hungerford, b. March 24, 1889, Seymour, Ct., 

living in Chester, Ct. 

2. HORACE MOULTON. 

1. ELIZABETH A. MOULTON. 

2. MARY L. ABBOTT, b. Sept. 4, 1868, Swampscott, 

living in Stanstead, P. Q., Canada, 
married Oct. 26, 1884, Newport, Vt., 

by Rev. E. P. Wild, 
WILLIE A. ABBOTT, b. Sept. 9, 1862, Stanstead, P. Q., Canada, 

only son of Samuel E. Abbott and Emma C. 
Moulton, 

children. 

1. Julia Gertrude Abbott, b. March 12, 1885, Stanstead, P. Q., Canada, 

living in Stanstead. 

2. Alice Elizabeth Abbott, b. April 15, 1887, Stanstead, 

d. Jan. 24, 1889, i. Stanstead. Yes. 

3. Frank Ladd Abbott, b. Dec. 15, 1892, Stanstead, 

living in Stanstead. 

Samuel E. Abbott, b. May 16, 1836, was a son of Thomas M. Abbott, 
b. Jan. 4, 1797, and Clarissa Eaton. 

Emma C. Moulton, b. Nov, 26, 1841, was a daughter of John Ladd 
Moulton, b. March 15, 1800, and Lydia Batchelder, b. Aug. 4, 1798. 



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Ninth Generation— Continued, 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON, married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
1. LUCY M. NICHOLS, married WILLIAM C. STRONG. 
1. EDGAR EUGENE STRONG, b. April 14, 1841, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Cleveland, Ohio, 
married Jan. 19, 1869, Cleveland, Ohio, 

by Rev. Joel Foote Bingham, 
MARY ELLA CLARKE, b. Sept. 1, 1846, Cleveland, Ohio, 

dau. of Aaron Clarke and Caroline 
Elizabeth Bingham. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Clinton Eugene Strong, b. Dec. 14, 1869, Cleveland, Ohio, 

d. June 12, 1892, i. Cleveland, Ohio. 

2. Herbert William Strong, b. June 24, 1871, Cleveland, Ohio, 

living in Cleveland, Ohio. 

3. Edith Strong, b. July 27, 1876, Cleveland, Ohio. 

d. March 2, 1879, i. Cleveland, Ohio. 

4. Elizabeth Strong, b. June 20, 1880, Cleveland, Ohio, 

living in Cleveland, Ohio. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
1. LUCY M. NICHOLS. 

3. CHARLES WESLEY STRONG, b. Oct. 25, 1844, Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 
married May 2, 1872, Talcottville, Ct.. 

by Rev. Geo. A. Oviatt, 
EMERETTE REBECCA TALCOTT, b. July 22, 1842, Manchester, Ct., 

d. July 16, 1882, i. Talcottville, Ct. 
Yes. 
(no children.) dau. of Elijah Talcott and Florilla 

Hubbard. 
2d marriage, April 17, 1889, So. Manchester, Ct., 

by Rev. D. P. Leavitt, 
ADELAIDE J. AVERY, b. Aug 3, 1840, Bolton, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct., 
dau. of Josiah B. Avery and 
(no children.) Maria Louise Lyman. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
1. LUCY M. NICHOLS. 

6. EVA CECLL STRONG, b. June 7, 1853, Manchester, Ct., 
living in So. Manchester, Ct. 
married Dec, 25, 1872, W. Chester, Ct., 

by Rev. Hiram Bell, 
HORACE EMMONS, b. July 6, 1842, Glastonbury, Ct., 

son of Edward Griffin Emmons and Harriet 
Gates Chapman. 
children. 

1. Alice May Emmons, b. Dec. 10, 1874, W. Chester, Ct., 

d., i. N. W. Chester, Ct. 

2. Alice Emmons, b. Feb. 10, 1876, W. Chester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

62 



Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 

1. LUCY M. NICHOLS married WILLIAM C. STRONG. 

9. MINNIE ALICE STRO^NG, b. Sept. 11, 1864, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Cleveland, Ohio, 
married May 24, 1883, Marlboro, Ct., 

by Rev. J. W. Tuck, 
CHARLES A. LATHAM, b. Jan. 19, 1860, Marlboro, Ct, 

son of Amos B. Latham and Eliza A. McEver. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Harold Strong Latham, b. Feb. 14, 1887, 

living in Cleveland, Ohio, Hough Place. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

2. RUBY M. NICHOLS married CHARLES GROSVENOR. 

3. JENNIE GROSVENOR, b. April 18, 1863, Rockville, Ct, 

living in Vernon, Ct. 
married May 10, 1886, Vernon, Ct., 

by Rev. Wm. Taylor, 
GEORGE FRANCIS FRENCH, son of Oliver French. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Harry G. French, b. Sept. 23, 1886, So. Manchester, Ct., 
living in Vernon, Ct. • 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

3. ALMIRA P. NICHOLS married HENRY B. WILLEY. 
2. EMERETTE A. WILLEY, b. Oct. 29, 1849, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 
married Oct. 24, 1872, Vernon, Ct., 

by Rev. S. O. Benton, 
JOHN KING PENNY, b. May 20, 1840, Sag Harbor, L. I., 

d. Jan. 27, 1890, a. 50, i. Arcadia, Wis. Yes. 
son of Ira Penny and Elma Rogers. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Bessie Emerette Penny, b. Sept. 23, 1874, Bridge Hampton, L. I., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

2. Minnie Penny, b. May 12, 1876, Arcadia, Wis., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

3. Herbert Penny, b. Oct. 29. 1877, Arcadia, Wis., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

4. Ray Penny, b. March 7, 1879, Arcadia, Wis., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

5. Ethel Penny, b. Sept. 15, 1880, Arcadia, Wis., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

6. Leland Penny, b. July 9, 1884, Arcadia, Wis., 

d. Sept. 8, 1884, i. Arcadia, Wis. Yes. 

7. Etta Grace Penny, b. June 1, 1887, Arcadia, Wis., 

living in Arcadia, Wis. 

1 Bessie Emerette Penny married Archie G. Lamond, Oct 23, 1894, 
Arcadia, Wis., by Rev. J. Fisher. She is the first one of her generation 
(the 10th) to marry. 



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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
3. ALMIRA P. NICHOLS married HENRY B. WILLEY. 
3. HENRIETTA J. WILLEY, b. May 19, 1858, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Milford, Ct., 1896. 
married Feb. 20, 1893, New York City, 

by Rev. Robert Morris Kemp, 
WILLIAM F. STOWE, b. April 7, 1868, Milford, Ct., 

son of Thos. W. Stowe and Nellie A. 
(no children.) Nettleton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
3. ALMIRA P. NICHOLS. 

1. HENRY OSCAR WILLEY, b. Oct. 11, 1846, So. Windsor, Ct. 
married 
EMMA LASBURY, (have two children.) 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

1. WILLIAM J. NICHOLS, b. Feb. 10, 1857, East Hartford, Ct., 

living in Middle Springs, Pa., 1896. 
married Sept. 22, 1883, So. Manchester, Ct., 

ANNIE E. OLCOTT, b. April 22, 1862, East Greenwich, R. I., 

(no children.) dau. of James B. Olcott and Emily Roberts. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

2. EDWARD A. NICHOLS, b. Feb. 5, 1859, E. Hartford, Ct, 

living in Manchester Ct. 
married Oct. 24, 1880, Vernon, Ct., 

by Rev. W. W. Ellis, 
ETTA L. MOODY, b. Aug. 13, 1861, E. Longmeadow, 

d. Oct. 19, 1893, a. 32, i. So. Manchester, Ct. 
dau. of Harrison Moody and Elida May . 

CHILDREN. 

1. LiDA M. Nichols, b. Oct. 24, 1881, Vernon, Ct. 

2. Byron H. Nichols, b. Jan. 5, 1883, Vernon, Ct. 

3. Jennie M. Nichols, b. Oct, 21, 1885, Unionville, Ct. 
Second marriage, Jennie Fick. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

3. FRANK A. NICHOLS, b. April 8, 1861, E. Hartford, Ct., 
living in So. Manchester, Ct. 
married March 10, 1880, Washington, R. I., 

by Elder Paul Harrington, 
ELIZA KUHNEY, b. July 19, 1861, Marlboro, Ct., 

dau. of Sebastian Kuhney and Mary Miller. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Myrtle E. Nichols, b. Feb. 14, 1883, Talcottville, Ct. 

2. Charlotte A. Nichols, b. Oct. 8, 1891, Highland Park, Ct., 

d. April 16, 1895, i. So Manchester, Ct. 



Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

4. JOEL M. NICHOLS, b. Nov. 15, 18G3, Rockland, Del, 

living in Manchester, Ct. 
married May 18, 1886, Rockville, Ct., 

by Rev. S. B. Forbes, 
JOSEPHINE RAPP, b. Jan. 16, 1865, Philadelphia, Pa., 

dau. of Henry Rapp and Josephine F. Kroig. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Raymond Ernest Nichols, b. March 3. 1887, Vernon, Ct., 

living in Manchester, Ct. 

2. Ruth M. Nichols, b. Jan. 11, 1892, Manchester, Ct., 

living in Manchester, Ct. 

3. Joel Martin Nichols, b. Dec. 18, 1895, Manchester, Ct. 

living in Manchester, Ct. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

5. NELSON JAMES NICHOLS, b. Oct. 20, 1866, Vernon, Ct., 

living in Willimantic, Ct. 
married Oct. 24, 1894, Willimantic, Ct, 

by Rev. John Bunyan Lemon, 
JENNIE LOUISA CARD, b. Jan. 3, 1874, Lebanon, Ct, 

dau. of Joshua B. Card and Mary 
Jane Lillie. 
children. 
1. Harold William Nichols, b. Dec. 26, 1895, Willimantic, Ct. 

Mary Jane Lillie was a direct descendant of Miles Standish, who came 
to America in the "Mayflower," 1620. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

6. GEORGE O. NICHOLS, b. Nov. 1, 1868, Vernon, Ct, 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 
married Oct. 20, 1892, So. Manchester, Ct., 

by Rev. J. M. Taber, 
ALICE THOMPSON, b. April 21, 1871, Charles City, Iowa, 

dau. of Richard M. Thompson and Alice A. 
Allen. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
6. WILLIAM BYRON NICHOLS. 

8. JESSIE NICHOLS, b. Oct. 9, 1872, Manchester, Ct., 
living in So. Manchester, Ct. 
married April 27, 1892, So. Manchester, Ct, 

by Rev. James M. Taber, 
CARLOS TRACY, b. Feb. 26, 1869, Talcottville, Ct, 

son of Wolcott Tracy and Isadora Prouty. 
children. 

1. Jessie Marguerite Tracy, b. July 25, 1893, So. Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

2. Charles Harold Tracy, b. Nov. 27, 1894, So. Manchester, Ct., 

living in So. Manchester, Ct. 

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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton, 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
7. LAURA A. NICHOLS married JOHN H. CHADWICK. 

1. IDA MAY CHADWICK, b. June 1, 1856, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 
married 
HERBERT S KING. 

(See his record.) 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
7. LAURA A. NICHOLS. 

2. EFFIE ELLEN CHADWICK, b. April 18, 1858, Monson, 

living at 107 Seeley Ave., Chicago, 111. 
married Oct. 19, 1880, Chicago, III, 

by Rev. E. A. Kittridge, 
THOMAS P. GASKINS, b. Dec. 31, 1851, Philadelphia, Pa., 

son of J. R. Gaskins, b. Georgetown, 
Del., and Eleanor Sewell, b. Anno- 
wald Co., Md. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Frank C. Gaskins, b. Aug. 7, 1881, Chicago, 111., 

d. Aug. 14, 1882, i. Chicago, 111., Rose Hill cemetery, 
Stewart lot. 

2. Gertrude H. Gaskins, b. Sept. 15, 1883, Chicago, 111., 

living in Chicago, 111. 

3. Laura E. Gaskins, b. Dec. 3, 1892, Chicago, 111., 

living in Chicago, 111. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
7. LAURA A. NICHOLS. 

3. ALFRED B. CHADWICK, b. Oct. 6, 1860, W. Stafford, Ct., 

living at 1723 W. 8th St., Des Moines, la. 
married Brooklyn, N. Y., 

by Rev. B. R. Reeves, 
SARAH E. STEEN, b. April 14, 1860, Brooklyn, N. Y., 

dau. of Wm. Henry Steen and Mary E. 
Barber. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
7. LAURA A. NICHOLS. 

5. BERTHA A. CHADWICK, b. Nov. 2, 1869, Rockville, Ct, 

living in Norcross, Minn. 
married Nov. 14, 1888, Leola, So. Dakota, 

by Rev. H. B. Johnson, 
ROBERT H. HOAG, b. Nov. 7, 1857, Amenia, Dutchess Co., 

N. Y., son of Wm. P. Hoag and Mary 
J. Simmons. 
children. 

1. Leland Hoag, b. Dec. 9, 1889, St. Paul, Minn. 

2. Frances Marie Hoag, b. April 30, 1895, Minneapolis, Minn. 



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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 

8. ELLEN J. NICHOLS, married EDWARD SHELTON. 

4. WILBUR N. SHELTON, b. May 28, 1872, Newington, Ct., 

living in Boston, 
married June 12, 3 895, Hartford, Ct., 

by Rev. George R. Warner, 
HELEN GERTRUDE JORDAN, b. Jan. 22, 1873, Hartford, Ct., 

dau. of James Jordan, b. Callais, Me., 
and Elizabeth Achison, b. N. Y. city. 
living at 85 Clifton St., Dorchester Dist., 
Boston. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

9. EDWARD EVERETT NICHOLS. 

1. HARRIETT EVELYN NICHOLS, b. Nov. 22, 1865, Chicopee, 

living at 1406 Palm St., San 

Diego, Cal. 

Oct. 15, 1800, Chicopee, 

by Rev. B. W. Lockhart, 

b. Mch. 6, 1865, Chicago, 111., 

son of Iver Lawson and Melinda 

Henderson. 

CHILDREN. 

1. IvER Norman Lawson, Jr., b. Oct. 4, 1891, Oak Park, 111. 

2. Evelyn Lawson, b. Jan. 13, 1893, Chicago, 111. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 

10. EMELINE E. NICHOLS married GEORGE M. WOODWARD. 
1. CLAYTON N. [F(9CZ)/F^^Z>, b. Mch. 26, 1866, Columbia, Ct., 

living at 23 Kingsdale St., Boston. 



married 



IVER NORMAN LAWSON. 



married 
ALICE BELLE HOWLETT, 



March 1, 1892, E. Hartford, Ct., 
by Rev. J. J. McCook, 
b. Dec. 9, 1866, E. Hartford, Ct., 
dau. of Henry G. Howlett and Sarah 
C. Miller. 



CHILDEEN. 

1. Marion Woodward, b. May 24, 1893, Boston. 

2. Robert Howlett Woodward, b. Nov. 20, 1895, Boston. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON. 
10. EMELINE E. NICHOLS. 
2. GEORGE E. WOODWARD, b. Oct. 21, 1867, Columbia, Ct., 

living in Middleboro. 
married June 10, 1891, Corapolis, Pa., 

by Rev. W. C. Neeley, 
CARRIE MAY WOOD, b. June 4, 1867, Woodstock, Vt., 

dau. of Frank Wood and Elizabeth 
Ober. 



67 



Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

3. HARRIET MOULTON married JOSHUA NICHOLS. 
10. EMELINE E. NICHOLS married GEORGE M. WOODWARD. 
3. CHARLES M. WOODWARD, b. March 25, 1873, Columbia, Ct., 

living in Fitchburg, 



married 
MATTIE ISABEL CONNOR, 



Aug. 18, 1894, Putnam, Ct., 

by Rev. F. D. Sargent, 

b. Nov. 13, 1872, Bolton, Ct., 

dau. of Thomas Connor and Martha 

M. Leonard. 



4. RUBY MOULTON married ARBEY SQUIER. 



3. HORACE SQUIER. 
1. SARAH M. SQUIER, 



married 



WILLIAM STEWART BEST, 



(no children.) 



b. June 13, 1861, Monson, 

living at 46 W. Cottage St., Roxbury Dist., 

Boston. 

June 12, 1884, Monson, 

by Rev. E. Stewart Best, 

b. Feb. 28, 1856, Medford, 

son of E. Stewart Best and Elizabeth 

Farnam. 



4. RUBY MOULTON. 

5. ARBA SQUIER. 

3. WESLEY A. SQUIER, b. Jan. 25, 1865, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
married Oct. 16, 1889, Monson, 

by Rev. F. S. Hatch, 
JENNIE ELIZABETH KEEP, b. Feb. 18, 1864, Monson, 

dau. of Edward P. Keep and Mary Grout. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Robert Keep Squier, b. Dec. 30, 1891, Monson. 

2. Ruby May Squier, b. May 13, 1894, Monson. 



4. RUBY MOULTON. 

5. ARBA SQUIER. 

4. ALBER T L. SQ UIER, 

married 



JESSIE LOUISE RYTHER, 



b. April 10, 1867, Monson, 
living in Amherst. 
Oct. 17, 1894, Bondsville, 
by Rev. E. R. Thorndvke, Rev. Wm. Rice 
Newhall, Rev. Frank Hale, 
b. Sept. 30, J 868, Northampton, 
dau. of Edward E. Ryther and Georgie V. 
Fleming. 
children. 



1. Donald Gordon Squier, b. Oct. 17, 1895, Amherst. 



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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

4. RUBY MOULTON married ARBEY SQUIER. 
6. LA ROY SQUIER. 

1. RALPH L. SQ UIER, b. March 2, 1865, Wales, 
living in Wales, 
married Oct. 10, 1888, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. J. F. Simmons, 
NELLIE FAIRMAN, b. Jan. 24, 1866, Stafford, Ct., 

dau. of Miner F. Fairman and Sarah A. . 

CHILDREN. 

1. Miner La Roy Squier, b. Dec. 19, 1892, Wales. 

5. LUCY MOULTON, married HORATIO N. LEONARD. 
1. MILTON L. LEONARD, 

1. MARY SALISBURY LEONARD, b. Feb. 3, 1859, Stafford Ct., 

living at 15 East St., Hartford, Ct. 
married May 10, 1885, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. G. V. Maxam, 
MARTIN EDGAR LOMBARD, b. Aug. 15, 1854, Stafford, Ct., 

son of Wyman C. Lombard and 
Sophronia L. Cummings. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Wyman C. Lombard, b. March 2, 1886, 19 Florence St., Hartford, Ct. 

2. Grace M. Lombard, b. Sept. 28, 1890, 19 Florence St., Hartford, Ct. 

5. LUCY MOULTON. 

1. MILTON L. LEONARD. 

2. MYRON W. LEONARD, b. April 2, 1861, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Stafford Ct. 
married Nov. 18, 1885, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. G. V. Maxam, 
LUELLA HOWLETT, b. Nov. 25, 1860, Stafford, Ct., 

dau. of Didamus F. Howlett and Emeline 
Cady. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Ruth Leonard, b. Aug. 21, 1886, Stafford, Ct. 

2. Helen May Leonard, b. Feb. 12, 1890, Stafford, Ct. 

5. LUCY MOULTON. 

1. MILTON L. LEONARD. 

3. GRACE ELLZABETH LEONARD, b. May 17, 1867, Stafford, Ct., 

living at 11 Canton St., Hart- 
ford, Ct. 
married March 12, 1895, Hartford, Ct., 

by Rev. H. H. Kelsey, 
FRANK H. ALDRICH, b. May 5, 1857, Bernardston, 

Mass., son of Consider Aldrich 
and Caroline H. Wells. 



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Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 4 Polly King Moulton. 

5. LUCY MOULTON married HORATIO N. LEONARD. 

3. MARTHA J. LEONARD married LORENZO G. FAIRFIELD. 

2. VIOLETTA J. FAIRFIELD, b. Nov. 18, 1855, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Sept. 17, 1893, a. 37, i. Stafford, Ct. 
Yes. 
married Jan. 1, 1879, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. James M. Eaton, 
JAMES W. EATON, b. Jan. 18, 1855, Stafford, Ct, 

living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(no children.) son of James M. Eaton and Lois A. 

Olmstead. 

5. LUCY MOULTON. 

3. MARTHA J. LEONARD. 

3. ELIZABETH A. FAIRFIELD, b. March 22, 1866, Stafford, Ct. 

living in Monson. 
married Sept. 16, 1884, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. James M. Eaton, 
FRED HITCHCOCK, b. Jan. 14, 1863, Somersville, Ct., 

son of David Hitchcock and Minerva 
(no children.) Brace. 



LUCY MOULTON. 
MARTHA J. FAIRFIELD. 



IDA E. FAIRFIELD, 



married 
THOMAS JOHNSON, 



b. July 23, 1867, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Stafford, Ct. 

April 19, 1893, Stafford, Ct., 

by Rev. Chas. Harris, 

born Feb. 2, 1853, England, 

son of Thomas Johnson and Mary Graham, 



6. DWIGHT MOULTON. 

2. JOSEPHINE MOULTON married BELA BENTLY TIFFANY. 

1. MARY L. TIFFANY, b. Jan. 28, 1867, Wilbraham, 

living in Indiana, Indiana County, Pa. 
married Oct. 26, 1892, Indiana, Pa., 

by Rev. David Hall, 
ELMER W. ALLISON, b. July 9, 1866, Indiana, Pa., 

son of Robert W. Allison and Nancy Lewis. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Marion Estelle Allison, b. Sept. 25, 1896, Indiana, Pa., 



Records of 

"^JoHN King, 

Sixth Generation, 

'"' Betsy Bpown, 

his wife, 
and their descendants, as far as known. 



Sixth Generation. 



5. JOHN KING, b. 1776, Nov. 28, Monson, 

d. Aug. 2G, 1856, a. 80, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married 1802, 

BETSY BROWN, of Warren; she d. Jan. 14, 1841, i. Palmer. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. William H. King, b. June 25. 1803, Palmer, 

d. Apr. 2, 1805, a. 2, i. Palmer. Yes. 

2. John King, Jr., b. Apr. 5, 1805, Palmer, 

3. William King, b. Feb. 12, 1807, Palmer, 

d. unmarried, i. Palmer. Yes. 

5 JOHN KING 
kept the hotel in Palmer twenty years, 1797 to 1817. He was known as land- 
lord John King, to designate him from others of same name, there being a 
large family of Kings in Palmer, the first settlers, who were not related to the 
family of William King. 

(See Palmer history.) 



Seventh Generation. 



2. JOHN KING, Jr., son of 5 John, 

b. Apr. 5, 1805, Palmer, 
married about 1830, 

LUCRETIA COLTON, dau. of Rev. Simeon Colton, pastor of First Con- 
gregational church in Palmer. 

JOHN KING, Jr., 
was bookkeeper at this time for Deacon Porter, at the north factory, in Mon- 
son, and soon after he went West. The last known of him he was in Chicago, 
111., 1875. 

It is not known that he had any children. 



Records of 

6 



^ Sally King, 

Sixth 

Martin Seixwicii, 



Sixth Generation, 
and 



her husband, 
and their descendants. 

Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Generations, 



50 rA/WILIES. 



Sixth Generation. 

6. SALLY XLNG, b. 1778, March 11, Monson, 

d. Oct. 12, 1820, a. 42, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married 1801, Feb. 26, Palmer, 

MARTIN SEDGWICK, b. 1774, March 10, Becket, 

d. Jan. 9, 1853, a. 78, i. Palmer. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. King Sedgwick, b. 1801, June 27, Palmer, 

d. March, 1881, a. 79, i. Sharon. 

2. Otis Sedgwick, b. 1803, Apr. 3, Palmer, 

d. Dec. 12, 1893, a. 90, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

3. Ruby Sedgwick, b. 1805, Apr. 3, Palmer, 

d. Sept. 9, 1888, a. 83, i. Palmer. Yes. 

4. Harriet Sedgwick, b. 1807, June 29, Belchertown, 

d. July 12, 1889, a. 82, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

5. Hannah Sedgwick, b. 1810, May, Belchertown, 

d. Sept. 26, 1868, a. 58, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

6. Adaline Sedgwick, b. 1812, Belchertown, 

d. 1815. 

7. Philo Sedgwick, b. 1814, Belchertown, 

d. infancy. 

8. Martin Sedgwick, Jr., b. 1818, Aug. 6, Belchertown, J ^ 

d. Jan. 14, 1894, a. 75, i. Belchertown. Yes. \_ ^ 

9. Marcus Sedgwick, b. 1818, Aug. 6, Belchertown, j 5' 

d. infancy. J " 

10. Sarah Sedgwick, b. 1820, Oct. 10, Belchertown, 
d. infancy. 

MARTIN SEDGWICK 
was a son of Deacon Gordon Sedgwick and Hannah Sackett, who came to 
Palmer in 1790, and settled on the special grant of Henry Dwight, Esq., and 
purchased his farm of one of the Dwight heirs, then living in Pittsfield, 1792. 

DEACON GORDON SEDGWICK 
was a son of Samuel Sedgwick, who came from England, married and settled 
in Hartford, Ct. 

(The above is taken from Palmer history.) 

In the New England Genealogical and Historical Register, Vol. XIII, 
page 148, Hartford records, " Capt. Samuel Sedgwick d. March 24, 1734." 
Martin Sedgwick and 6 Sally King, 1 family. 

They had 6 children married, 

17 grandchildren married, 14 now living, 
6 great-grandchildren m., 33 
gr.-gr-grandchildren m., 9 " " 

Total, 30 families. Descendants, 56 " 



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Seventh Generation. 



Records of the children of 6 Sally King Sedgwick (who married.) 

1. KING SEDGWICK, b. June 27, 1801, Pahner, 

d. March, 1881, a. 79, i. Sharon, 
married Dec. 7, 1835, Palmer, 

SARAH M. ABEL, b. 1808, Saratoga, N. Y., 

d. Jan. 33, 1883, a. 75, i. Palmer. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Ruby M. Sedgwick, b. 1835, Palmer, 

living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2. Jane Sedgwick, b. 1836, Palmer, 

d. 1839, a. 3, i. Palmer. 

3. Shepard King Sedgwick, b. Sept. 10, 1838, Palmer, 

living in Emporia, Kansas. 

4. Elizabeth J. Sedgwick, b. , 

living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK, b. April 3, 1803, Palmer, 

d. Dec. 12, 1893, a. 90, i. Belchertown. Yes. 
married Nov. 17, 1825, Ludlow, 

by Benjamin Sikes, Esq., 
ALMIRA CONVERSE, b. Feb. 4, 1808, Stafford, Ct., 

d. May 28, 1858, a. 50, i. Belchertown. Yes. 
dau. of Stephen Converse and Nelly Whipple. 
children. 

1. Marcus Sedgwick, b. Nov. 6, 1826, Belchertown, 

d. July 12, 1854, a. 27, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

2. Sarah Sedgwick, b. June 13, 1828, Palmer, 

living in Bondsville. 

3. Converse Sedgwick, b. June 23, 1830, Belchertown, 

d. March 23, 1867, a. 36, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

4. Butler Sedgwick, b. March 14, 1832, Belchertown, 

living in Bondsville. 

5. George F. Sedgwick, b. Sept. 9, 1834, Belchertown, 

living in Palmer. 

6. Philo Sedgwick, b. Nov. 18, 1836, Belchertown, 

d. Feb. 22, 1864, a. 27. i. Palmer. Yes. 

7. Almira J. Sedgwick, b. Feb. 8, 1839, Belchertown, 

living in Thorndike. 

8. Alice Sedgwick, b. July 9, 1841, Belchertown, 

living in Belchertown. 

9. Morton Sedgwick, b. Oct. 10, 1843, Belchertown, 

d. May 15, 1874, a. 30, i. Palmer. Yes. 

10. H. Newton Sedgwick, b. May 22, 1846, Belchertown, 

living in Palmer. 

11. Emily I. Sedgwick, b. June 29, 1849, Belchertown, 

d. June 12, 1888. a. 39, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

12. Anson G. Sedgwick, b. March 4, 1852, Belchertown, 

d. Oct. 3, 1852, i. Belchertown. Yes. 

3. RUBY SEDG WICK, b. April 3, 1805, Palmer, 

d. Sept. 9, 1888, a. 83, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married 1833, 

HORACE HUNN. 

children. 
1. Elvira Elizabeth Hunn, b. 1837, Palmer, 

d. Nov. 5, 1855, a. 18, i. Palmer. Yes. 

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Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 6 Sally King Sedgwick. 

4. HARRIET SEDGWICK, b. June 29, 1807, Belchertown, 

d. July 12, 1889, a. 82, i. Belchertown. Yes. 
married April, 1835, 

SAMUEL AMIDON, 
They have no descendants living. 

5. HANNAH SEDGWICK, b. May, 1810, Belchertown, 

d. Sept. 26, 1808, a. 58, i. Belchertown. Yes. 
married Sept., 1832, 

DAVID S, PANE. 
They have no descendants living. 

8. MARTIN SEDG WICK, Jr., b. Aug. 6, 1818, Belchertown, 

d. Jan. 14, 1894, a. 75, i. Belchertown. 
Yes. 
married March 20, 1839, Palmer, 

by Rev. Chester A. Tilden, 
MARY G. BOYDEN, b. Nov. 8, 1816, Palmer, 

living in Palmer, 1896. 

CHILDREN. 

1. John Sedgwick, b. March 25, 1841, Belchertown, 

d. Feb. 18, 1845, a. 4, i. So. Belchertown. Yes. 

2. Homer G. Sedgwick, b. Jan. 15, 1843, Belchertown, 

living in Athol. 

3. Mary A. Sedgwick, b. Sept. 10, 1845, Belchertown, 

living in Palmer. 

4. JARED Sedgwick, b. 1847, Belchertown, 

d. March, 1847, i. So. Belchertown, Yes. 

5. Ellen E. Sedgwick, b. March 28, 1849, Belchertown. 

living in Monson. 

6. Herbert Sedgwick, b. Feb. 1851, Belchertown, 

d. March, 1852, a. 1, i. So. Belchertown. Yes. 

7. Susan J. Sedgwick, b. Feb. 18, 1853, Belchertown, 

living in Denver, Col. 

8. Florence A. Sedgwick, b. July, 1855, Belchertown, 

living in Monson. 

9. Elanson Sedg\vick, b. 1857, Belchertown, 

d. Feb. 17, 1857, i. So. Belchertown. Yes. 
10. Josephine A. Sedgwick, b. Sept. 12, 1859, Belchertown, 
living in Monson. 

MARY G. BOYDEN, 
was a daughter of Azel Boyden and Amelia Stevens, 
granddaughter of Ezekill Boyden, Jr., and Hannah Cook, 
great-granddaughter of Ezekill Boyden, of Walpole, Mass. 
Spelled Boiden in Palmer history. 



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Eighth Generation. 

Records of the grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick 

(who married). 
1. KING SEDGWICK. 
1. RUBY M. SEDGWICK, b. 1835, Palmer, 

living at 530 Nostrand Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
married 1856, Palmer, 

by Rev. D. K. Merrill, 
JARVIS AMES, b. 1826, Easton, 

d. July, 1885, a. 59, i. Belleview, Fla. 

CHILDREN. 

1. WiNFRED Sedgwick Ames, b. May 9, 1859, Woburn, 

living in Boston. 

2. Maud Geneva Ames, b. Jan. 10, 1862, Lynn, 

living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3. May Lillian Ames, b. July 6, 1866, Newburyport, 

d. Jan. 1, 1867, i. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

4. Edward Raymond Ames, b. Feb. 8, 1868, Rockport, 

living in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

JARVIS AMES 
was a son of Jonathan Ames and Mary Lothrop. 

1. KING SEDGWICK. 

3. SHEPARD KING SEDGWICK, b. Sept. 10, 1838, Palmer, 

living in Emporia, Kansas, 
married Aug. 12, 1866, 

by Thomas J. Walmsley, 
MARIA E. GALVIN, b. Mch. 7, 1846, Clovewell, Ireland, 

dau. of Thomas Galvin and Mary 
Carrey. 
children. 

1. Bessie R. Sedgwick, 

2. Leslie Sedgwick, 

3. Fred Sedgwick, 

4. Stanley Sedgwick, 

5. Gould Sedgwick, 

6. Nellie Sedgwick, 

7. Grace Sedgwick, 

1. KING SEDGWICK. 

4. ELIZABETH J. SEDGWICK, living 208 Madison St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

married 
AUSTIN E. GOULD. 

children. 
Four daughters, one married, having no children, 1896. 
One daughter died, age 20. 
One son living. 

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All living in Emporia, Kansas; none married, 1896. 



Eigfhth Genefation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick. 
2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

1. MARCUS SEDGWICK, b. Nov. 6, 1836, Belchertown, 

d. July 12, 1854, a. 27, i. Belchertown. Yes. 
married April 14, 1851, 

LOUISA COWLES, who married 2d husband, Orrin Slate, Bonds- 

ville. 
They had one daughter, who died young. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

2. SARAH SEDGWICK, b. June 13, 1828, Palmer, 
living in Bondsville. 
married Nov. 17, 1880, Belchertown, 

by Rev. W. P. Blackmer, 
JOSIAH GREEN, b. Sept. 7. 1829, Palmer, 

(no children.) son of John S. Green and Arminda Jencks. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

3. CONVERSE SEDG WICK, b. June 23, 1830, Belchertown, 

d. March 23, 1867, a. 36, i. Belchertown. 
Yes. 
married April, 1856, 

SUSAN M. SLATE, she married 2d husband, Fred. Simons, of 

(no children.) Norwood, N. Y. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

4. BUTLER SEDGWICK, b. March 4, 1832, Belchertown, 

living in Bondsville. 
married April 4, 1861, Belchertown, 

by Rev. Wm. N. Fay, 
MINERVA M. HASTINGS, b. Nov. 2. 1835, Palmer, 

d. April 6, 1876, a. 40, i. Palmer. Yes. 
dau. of Roswell Hastings and Phebe White. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Hubert M. Sedgwick, b. April 24, 1866, Belchertown,* 

living in New Haven, Ct. 
3. Otis W. Sedgwick, b. Feb. 24, 1872, Palmer, 
living in Bondsville. 
* 1 Hubert M. Sedgwick, Yale 1893, married Aug. 4, 1897, Edith Webster Todd, 
daughter of Major and Mrs. Theron A. Todd, New Haven, Conn. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

5. GEORGE FRANK SEDGWICK, b. Sept. 9, 1834, Belchertown, 

living in Palmer, 
married May 8, 1860, Springfield, 

by Rev. Dr. Ide, 
MARIA SOUTHWICK, b. Dec. 5, 1836, Belchertown, 

dau. of Peter Southwick and Mary 
Boynton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Frank Everett Sedgwick, b. June 20, 1862, Palmer, 

d. Aug. 31, 1893, a. 31; killed in railroad ac- 
cident at Chester, Mass., i. Palmer. No. 

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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

7. ALMIRA J. SEDGWICK, b. Feb. 8, 1839, Belchertown, 

living in Thorndike. 
married Nov. 28, 1858, Belchertown, 

by A. D. Bullock, 
FRANCIS L. HITCHCOCK, b. Dec. 12, 1834, Rutland, 

d. July, 1860, a. 25, 
(no children.) son of Robert Hitchcock and Adelaide 

Haywood. 
2d marriage Jan. 2, 1862, Springfield, 

by H. M. Parsons, 
JAMES O. HAMILTON, b. July 9, 1831, Palmer, 
living in Thorndike, 

son of John Hamilton and Martha Mc- 
Master, grandson of Deacon James Hamil- 
ton, great-grandson of John Hamilton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. John O. Hamilton, b. June 6, 1863, Palmer, 

living in Thorndike. 

2. Francis James Hamilton, b. Sept. 26, 1865, Palmer, 

living in Thorndike. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

9. MORTON SEDGWICK, b. Oct. 10, 1843, Belchertown, 

d. May 15, 1874, a. 30, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married Dec, 1869, 

MARY TESCH. 
(no children.) 
She married Joseph F. Leedham, Reading, Pa.; 2d husband. 

3 RUBY SEDGWICK married HORACE HUNN. 
1. EL VI RA ELIZABETH HUNN, b. 1837, Palmer, 

d. Nov. 5, 1855, a. 18, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married March 14, 1855, Three Rivers, 

by Rev. Mr. Morgan, 
HORACE HUNN PAINE, b. Jan. 25, 1833, Belchertown, 

living in Palmer. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Horace R. Paine, b. Oct. 25, 1855, Palmer, 
living in Three Rivers. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick. 

MARTIN SEDGWICK, Jr. 

HOMER G. SEDGWICK, b. Jan. 15, 1843, Belchertown, 
living in Athol. 
Dec. 31, 1868, Palmer, 
by Rev. William Hubbard, 
b. June 8, 1850, Palmer, 
dau. of David Nelson Squires and Susan 
E. Elsbree. 



married 
ELLA JANE SQUIRES, 



CHILDREN. 

Jean Hubbard Sedgwick, b. Dec. 27, 1869, Palmer, 

living in Athol. 
Harry Abbey Sedgwick, b. July 24, 1874, Palmer, 

living in Athol. 
Louis Blaine Sedgwick, b. March 16, 1876, Palmer, 

living in Athol. 
Ralph Seeley Sedgwick, b. July 10, 1879, Athol, 

living in Athol. 



MARTIN SEDGWICK, Jr. 

MARY A. SEDGWICK, b. Sept. 10, 1845, Belchertown, 
living in Palmer, 1896. 
married March 27, 1866, Belchertown, 

by C. H. Hannaford, 
b. Dec. 6, 1840, South Dennis, 
son of James Learned and Eliza Gardner. 



JAMES H. LEARNED 
(no children.) 



MARTIN SEDGWICK, Jr. 
ELLEN ELVIRA SEDGWICK, 

married 

CARLOS L. PECK, 



b. March 28, 1849, Belchertown, 

d. March 16, 1896, a. 47. 

Aug. 23, 1870, Belchertown, 

by Rev. Jonas Clark, 

b. Dec. 24, 1846, Monson, 

son of Luther B, Peck and Lucinda 

Cross. 



children. 
Mary Sedgwick Peck, b. Aug. 14, 1871, Belchertown, 

living in Monson. 
Addie Louise Peck, b. April 5, 1874, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
Edward Martin Peck, b. May 9, 1876, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
RuFUS Fay Peck, b. May 3, 1879, Monson, 

living in Monson. 
Luther Peck, b. April 18, 1880, INIonson, 
living in Monson. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick. 

MARTIN SEDGWICK, Jr. 

S[/SJJV JEANNETTE SEDG WICK, 



b. Feb. 18, 1853, Belchertown, 
living in Denver, Col. 
June 13, 1872, New London, 
Ct. 

b. March 4, 1838, Brattleboro, 
Vt., 

d. Sept. 23, 1879, a. 41, i. So. 
Belchertown. Yes. 
Jan. 20, 1892, Belchertown, 
by Rev. J. A. Day, 
b. Jan. 7, 1841, Holliston, 
son of Henry Elisha Jones 
and Lydia Hannah Hunstable. 
Living at 281 So. Grant Ave., Denver, Col., 1896. 



married 
C. E. P. STAFFORD, 

(no children.) 

2d marriage 

JAMES AUGUSTUS JONES, 



8. MARTIN SEDGWICK, Jr. 

8. FLORENCE A. SEDGWICK, b. July, 1855, Belchertown, 

living in Monson. 
married 



EDWARD D. CUSHMAN 



Sept. 20, 1876, Belchertown, 
by Rev. Alfred Noon, 
, b. Sept. 15, 1853, Monson, Maine, 

son of Solomon F. Cushman and Can- 
dace B. Packard. 

CHILDREN. 



1. Grace S. Cushman, b. Aug. 19, 1877, Monson, 

living in Monson, 

2. Edward F. Cushman, b. April 30, 1879, Monson, 

living in Monson, 

3. Blanche P. Cushman, b. Dec. 27, 1881, Monson, 

livine in Monson. 



8. MARTIN SEDGWICK, Jr. 
10. JOSEPHINE A. SEDGWICK, 

married 

RUFUS FAY, 



b. Sept. 12, 1859, Belchertown, 

living in Monson. 

Oct. 15, 1880, Belchertown, 

by Rev. W. S. Jagger, 

b. July 31, 1858, Monson, 

son of Rufus Fairbanks Fay and 

Sarah Smith McMaster. 



CHILDREN. 

1. Katharine Fay, b. Aug. 20, 1884, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

2. Robert Sedgwick Fay, b. March 15, 1891, Monson, 

living in Monson. 



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Ninth Generation. 

Records of the great-grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick 

(who have married.) 
1. KING SEDGWICK. 

1. RUBY M. SEDGWICK married JARVIS AMES. 
1. WINFRED SEDG WICK AMES, b. May 9, 1859, Woburn. 
married 
IDA CLARK, 
(no children, 1896.) 
Living at 134 St. Botolph Street, Boston. 

1. KING SEDGWICK. 

4. ELIZABETH J. SEDGWICK, 

married 
AUSTIN E. GOULD, 
Has one daughter married, but no children. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

5. GEORGE FRANK SEDGWICK. 

1. FRANK EVERETT SEDGWICK, b. June 20, 1862, Palmer, 

d. Aug. 31, 1893, a. 31, i. Palmer. 
No. 
married April 6, 1887, Palmer, 

by Rev. F. W. Betts, 
MARY ELLA GRANGE, b. Nov. 13, 1862, Chatham, N.Y., 

dau. of Nelson Crance and Mar- 
garet S. Oudt. 

CHILDREN. 

1. WiLLARD Eaton Sedgwick, b. Nov. 6, 1890, Palmer, 

living in Palmer with his mother. 

Frank E. Sedgwick was express messenger between Boston and Albany. 

Killed, with twelve others, at Chester, Mass., in railroad accident. 

2. OTIS SEDGWICK. 

7. ALMIRA J. SEDGWICK married JAMES O. HAMILTON. 
1. JOHN O. HAMILTON, b. June 6, 1863, Palmer, 

living in Thorndike. 
married June 23, 1886, Palmer, 

by Albert C. Hurd, 
ADDIE C. DICKINSON, b. Feb. 27, 1866, Westfield, 

dau. of Elbridge Adelbert Dickinson and 
Alma Easton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. James Elbridge Hamilton, b. Oct. 9, 1895, Palmer. 



Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 6 Sally King Sedgwick. 

3. RUBY SEDGWICK married Horace Hunn. 

1. ELVIRA E. HUNN married HORACE H. PAINE. 

1. HORACE RUTHREN PAINE, b. Oct. 25, 1855, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town of 

Palmer. 

Dec. 28, 1881, Palmer, 

by Rev. C. H. Ricketts, 

b. Oct. 6, 1856, Minneapolis, Minn., 

dau. of Nicholas Kimbal Rogers and 

Hannah S. Sawyer. 

CHILDREN. 

Earl Paine, b. Aug. 21, 1882, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town of Palmer. 
RoLFE Howard Paine, b. Sept. 8, 1884, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town of Palmer. 
Glennore Lee Paine, b. June 9, 1887, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town cf Palmer. 
Rexford Rae Paine, b. March 12, 1889, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town of Palmer. 
Gladys Paine, b. Sept. 18, 1891, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town of Palmer. 
DoRRis Paine, b. Oct. 15, 1893, Palmer, 

living at Three Rivers, town of Palmer. 



married 
LETTIE M. ROGERS 

Horacb 



8. MARTIN SEDGWICK. Jr. 
2. HOMER G. SEDGWICK. 

1. JEAN HUBBARD SEDGWICK, b. Dec. 27, 1869, Palmer 

living in Athol. 
married 



MADGE LILLIAN HASKELL, 



Oct. 31, 1892, Athol, 

by Rev. Charles E. Perkins, 

b. Aug. 25, 1875, North New 

Salem, 

dau. of Alexander A. Haskell and 

Elizabeth M. Wheelock Andrews. 



children. 
1. Ralph Haskell Sedgwick, b. March 26, 1892, Athol. 



Records of 



'RoswELL King, 

Sixth Generg 

' Mercy Moulton, 



his wife, 
and their descendants, 

Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Generations, 



40 Tamilies. 




7 ROSWELL KING. 

at 85 years of age, sixth generation, son of 
4 William and Hannah Lamphear King. 



Sixth Generation. 

7. RO SWELL ICING, b. 1781, March 14, Monson, 

d. April 11, 1869, a, 88, i. Monson. Yes. 
married Dec. 29, 1805, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely,*^ 
MERCY MOULTON, b. April 4, 1788, Monson, 

d. Sept. 15, 1859, a. 71, i. Monson. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Erasmus King, b. May 6, 1807, Monson, 

d. July 29, 1851, a. 44, i. Springfield. Yes. 

2. Sally King, b. Aug. 24, 1808, Monson, 

d. Feb. 6, 1851, a. 42, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Harvey King, b. April 2, 1810, Monson, 

d. Aug. 24, 1881, a. 71, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

4. Henry King, b. March 26, 1812, Monson, 

d. Oct. 11, 1883, a. 71, i. Monson. 

5. Ruby King, b. March 10, 1814, Monson, 

d. Nov. 22, 1857, a. 43, i. Afton, 111. Yes. 

6. Lovinia King, b. Feb. 14, 1816, Monson, 

d. June 14, 1896, a. 80, i. Saginaw, Mich. 

7. Eliza Ann King, b. May 12, 1818, Monson, 

d. April 8, 1823, a. 5, i. Monson. Yes. 

8. RoswELL ]MouLTON KiNG, b. Aug. 17, 1820, Monson, 

d. Sept. 8, 1854, a. 34, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

9. Harriet King, b. Nov. 9, 1822, Monson, 

d. April 25. 1825. a. 2, i. Monson. Yes. 

10. Martius King, b. Nov. 8, 1824, Monson, 

d. Oct. 21, 1841, a. 17, i. Monson. Yes. 

11. Harriet Eliza King, b. March 6, 1826. Monson, 

d. Aug. 6, 1893, a. 67, i. Brimfield. 

12. Morania King, b. Nov. 8, 1828, Monson, 

living in Monson. 

13. Sabrah Ann King, b. April 17, 1831, Monson, 

living in Middletown. Ct. 

Roswell King and Mercy, 1 family. 

They had 10 children that married, 2 now living. 
22 grandchildren that m., 19 " " 

7 great-grandchildren m., 43 " " 
gr.-gr.-grandchild'n m., 10 " " 

Total, 40 families. Descendants, 74 " " 

Only one of Roswell's descendants served in the war of the Rebellion, 
1861-5, 3 Albert J. King, son of 3 Harvey King. 

After the death of his wife, Roswell lived alternately with his sons, 
Harvey and Henry, but the last years of his life were passed with his daughter, 
Sabrah Ann Carter, at Middletown, Ct., where he died. 

It is a noticeable fact that all of 7 Roswell's children (excepting one 
daughter, Morania) located away from Monson, and none of the descendants 
are living in the town, while all of 3 Amasa's children married and settled in 
Monson and all of the grandchildren were born there, and at this time (1897) 
there are nineteen of Amasa's descendants living in Monson. 

* The first marriage ceremony performed by Rev. .Alfred Ely. 
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MERCY MOULTON 
was a daughter of Joseph Moulton, b. 1738, d. Jan. 15, 1816, a. 78. 

and Elizabeth Sherman, b. 1755, d. Jan. 21, 1816, a. 61. 
both interred in Moulton Hill Cemetery, Monson; 
graves are marked by stones, on which is inscribed, 

" Erected by Roswell King." 
Joseph was son of Freeborn Moulton, b. about 1715, 
and Rebecca Walker, b. about 1717. 

(See pages 44 and 45 for records of the Moultons.) 

Joseph Moulton was a private in Captain Davis's company, Crown Point 
expedition, 1756 (18 years of age). 

(Massachusetts Archives, book 94, page 557). 

MERCY MOULTON 
was a cousin of Jesse Moulton, who married Polly King. She is said to have 
been a very intelligent, refined and cultivated woman, and of good education. 
Her pleasant ways and kindly acts are remembered by the writer (her grand- 
son), and he has heard like testimony from her daughters and sons, and from 
some of Amasa's grandchildren, who passed their early childhood in the 
neighborhood, and passed grandmother's house on their way to school, often 
being called in to get some sweet tidbit and a kindly word. 



Seventh Generation, 



Records of the children of 7 Roswell King (who married). 

1. ERASMUS KING, b. May 6, 1807, Monson, 

d. July 29, 1851, a-. 44, i. Springfield. Yes. 
married 
MARY ANN SHUMWAY, b. Nov. 24, 1811, Belchertown, 

d. Sept. 20, 1885, a. 74, i. Springfield. Yes. 
dau. of Abijah Shumway and Bridget Smith. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Erasmus Dwight King, b. Jan. 28, 1836, Springfield, 
living Chicopee Falls. 

2. SALLY KING, b. Aug. 24, 1808, Monson, 

d. Feb. 6, 1851, a. 42, i. Monson. Yes. 
married March 30, 1831, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
ELIJAH FOSKETT, b. April 21, 1802, Brimfield, 

d. April, 1893, a. 91, i. Brimfield. 

son of Daniel Foskett and Esther Winslow. 

CHILDREN. 

1. LoviNiA Foskett, b. May 28, 1832, Palmer, 

d. May 17. 1890, a. 58, i. Brimfield. 

2. John Foskett, b. March 10, 1835, Brimfield, 

living West Willington, Ct. 

3. Sarah Emily Foskett, b. Dec. 10, 1841, Brimfield, 

d. Nov. 4, 1870, a. 29, i. Brimfield. Yes. 

4. Julia Foskett, b. June 24, 1848, Brimfield, 

d. Jan. 4, 1857, a. 8, i. Monson. Yes. 




3 HARVEY KING, 
at £5 years of age, seventh generation, son of 7 Roswell King. 



Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 7 Roswell King. 

3. HARVEY KING, b. April 2, 1810, Monson, 

d. Aug. 24, 1881, a. 71, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 
married Jan. 8, 1835. Springfield, 

by Rev. Abram C. Baldwin, 
SARAH BRIGGS, b. May 6, 1811, Smithfield, R. I., 

d. Jan. 10, 1889, a. 77, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Sarah Norcross King, b. Jan. 24, 1836, Southbridge, 

d. March 2. 1840, a. 4, i. Southbridge. Yes. 

2. Harvey Jencks King, b. Dec. 8, 1837, Southbridge, 

d. May 12, 1840, a. 2, i. Southbridge. Yes. 

3. Albert Jencks King, b. May 2, 1842, Southbridge, 

living in Waterbury, Ct. 

4. Harvey Briggs King, b. April 18, 1847. Southbridge, 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

3 HARVEY KING, 

when 18 years of age, went to Monson Center, and worked for Amos Nor- 
cross, who kept the hotel. The stages running between Springfield and 
Boston stopped there for breakfast, and Harvey soon became a stage driver 
between Monson and Springfield. After his marriage he settled in South- 
bridge, keeping the hotel; in 1849 he removed to Holyoke, and in 1851, to 
Rockville, Ct., where he established stage lines, first running to Hartford, in 
connection with his brother, Roswell M.; then securing mail contracts, he put 
on stages to Vernon Depot, Tolland and Warehouse Point. He also had 
control of all express business between Rockville and Hartford. In 1862 
the Rockville railroad was built and the days of the stage coach were num- 
bered. He then devoted his remaining years to improving his farm, two 
miles out, still retaining his residence in the village, on St. Bernard's terrace, 
which he purchased in 1856. (See engraving opposite page 7.) In 1878, by 
reason of pecuniary losses, he sold this property and removed to the Coggs- 
well homestead. Prospect street, and died ther«, 1881. 

SARAH BRIGGS, 
d. at her son's (Harvey B.) home, in Hartford, Ct. 

dau. of James B. Briggs, b. Smithfield, R. I., Oct. 11, 1771, d. Sept. 9, 1843, a. 72. 
married June 4, 1797, Cynthia Jencks, b. Smithfield, R. I., Aug. 3, 1776, 

d. Oct. 6, 1842, a. 66. 
granddaughter of Joseph Briggs, b. Smithfield, R. I., 1744, d. May 24, 1832, 

a. 88. 
married Nov. 26, 1767, Lydia Miller, b. Warwick, R. I., 1747, d. March 8, 

1826, a. 79. 
great-granddaughter of Job Briggs, Warwick, R. I., 1720. 
Lydia Miller was dau. of Nathaniel Miller, of Warwick, R. I., 1720. 
Cynthia Jencks was dau. of John Jencks, Smithfield, R. I., 1770. 



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Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 7 Roswell King. 

4. HENRY KING, b. March 26, 1812, Monson, 

d. Oct. 11, 1883. a. 71, i. Monson. 
married Dec. 3, 1835, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
EMILY SQUIER, b. Nov. 20, 1811, Monson, 

d. July 3, 1883, a. 71, i. Monson, 

dau. of Calvin Squier and Polly Skinner. 

Polly Skinner was a dau. of Thomas Skinner and 

Moulton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Martius Henry King, b. July 9, 1844, Westneld, 

living in Morgan Park, 111. 

2. Frank Squier King, b. Nov. 25, 1848, Holyoke, 

living in Chicopee, Mass. 

5. RUBY KING, b. March 10, 1814, Monson, 

d. Nov. 32, 1857, a. 43, i. Afton, 111. Yes. 
married Nov. 1, 1842, Southbridge, 

by Rev. Dr. Carpenter, 
EBENEZER HOLMES SAWYER, b. Sept. 7, 1815, Pomfret, Ct., 

d. June 4, 1892, a. 76, i. Afton, 111. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Martius King Sawyer, b. Marcli IS, 1845, Pomfret, Ct., 

living in Minneapolis, Minn. 

2. Cassius Clay Sawyer, b. May 14, 1846, Southbridge, 

d. Sept. 5, 1848, a. 3, i. Southbridge. 

3. HuLDAH Senna Sawyer, b. Nov. 24, 1818, Southbridge, 

d. April 9, 1860, a. 11, i. Pierce, 111. 

2d marriage May 5, 1858, Afton, 111 , 

MARY ANN PEARL, b. June 30, 1827, 

d. April 10, 1894, a. 66. 
children. 
Charlotte Pearl Sawyer, b. May 2, 1859, 

d. June 16, 1859. 
Ella Pearl Sawyer, b. Feb. 12, 1861. 

Mary Sylvia Emma Sawyer, b. June 8, 1867. 

EBENEZER HOLMES SAWYER 

was a son of Jonas Sawyer, b. Pomfret, Ct., Sept, 3, 1787, 

d. Sept. 2G, 1876, a. 89, and 

Huldah Holmes. 

grandson of James Sawyer, b. Pomfret, Ct., Aug. 28, 

1747, d. Feb. 4, 1828, a. 80. 

great-grandson of Jonas Sawyer, b. Pomfret, Ct., March 1, 

1716, d. Sept. 2, 1791, a. 75. 
great-great-grandson of James Sawyer, b. Lancaster, Mass., 1655, 

d. Jan. 27, 1753, a. 98. 
great-great-great-grandson of Thomas Sawyer, b. England, 
great-great-great-great-grandson of John Sawyer, b. England, and emigrated 
to America, 1643, with his three sons, Thotfias, Edward and William from 
Lincolnshire, Eng., and settled in Lancaster, Mass. 

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4 HENRY KING, 
at 63 years of age, seventh generation, son of 7 Roswell King. 



Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 7 Roswell King. 
6. LOVINIA KING, b. Feb. 14, 1816, Monson, 

d. June 14, 1896, a. 80, i. Saginaw, Mich, 
married Jan. 13, 1848, Woonsocket, R. I., 

JOSEPH BOOTH, b. May 3, 1815, Belfast, Ireland, 
living in Saginaw, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

1. LoviNi.'V Booth, b. Nov. 6, 1848, Waterford, 

d. Tan. 26, 1850, a. 1, i. St. Clair, Mich. 
3. Joseph King Booth, b. Feb. 22, 1850, St. Clair, Mich., 
living in Chicago, 111. 

3. Harriet A. Booth, b. March 14, 1851, St. Clair, Mich., 

living in Saginaw, Mich. 

4. Sarah L. Booth, b. Nov. 14, 1852, St. Clair, Mich., 

living in Blackmer, Mich. 

5. George W. Booth, b. June 22, 1854, St. Clair, Mich., 

d. July 22, 1854, i. St. Clair, Mich. 

6. George W. Booth, b. Jan. 19, 1855, St. Clair, Mich., 

d. Aug. 6, 1855, i. St. Clair, Mich. 

8. RO SWELL MOULTON KING, b. Aug. IT, 1820, Monson, 

d. Sept. 8, 1854, a. 34, i. Rockville, Ct. 
Yes. 
married April 13, 1843, Monson, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
CATHERINE HOWE, b. March 23, 1818, Wendell, 

d. March 24, 1889, a. 71, i. Rock- 
ville, Ct. Yes, 

dau. of Newell Howe, i. Monson, and 
Catherine Cutler, i. Monson. 
children. 

1. Viola King, b. July 6, 1844, Monson, 

d. Nov. 3, 1851, a. 7, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

2. RosiE King, b. Dec. 20, 1847, Monson, 

d. July 16. 1866, a. 19, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

3. Irene King, b. Nov. 12, 1849, Rockville, Ct., 

d. Oct. 3, 1864, a. 15, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes, 

4. Herbert Seymour King, b. May 8, 1853, Rockville, Ct., 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

11. HARRIET ELIZA KING, b. March 6, 1826, Monson, 

d. Aug. 6, 1893, a. 67, i. Brimfield. Yes. 
married Oct. 23, 1849, Monson, by Rev. Alfred Ely, 

HENRY N. PARKER, b. June 10, 1828, Monson, 

d. April 25, 1864, a. 35, i. Brimfield. Yes. 
children. 

1. Roswell King Parker, b. Sept. 14, 1850, E. Douglas, 

living in Medfield. 

2. George Henry Parker, b. July 6, 1852, Monson, 

living in Wales. 

3. Herbert Fields Parker, b. Jan. 27, 1855, Springfield, 

d. Sept. 18, 1855, i. Monson. 

4. Herbert Fields Parker, b. April 29, 1858, Franklin, N. J., 

living in .Stafford .Springs, Ct. 

5. Clarence Parker, b. Nov. 19, 1860, Bridgeport, Ct., 

living in Stafford, Ct 

HENRY N. PARKER 
was a son of Nehemiah Parker and Phoebe Lyon, grandson of David Parker 
and Hannah Curtis, who came from Willington, Ct., to Brimfield, 1810. 

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Seventh Generation— Continued. 



married 
AMOS B. BRADWAY. 



Records of the children of 7 Roswell King. 

12. MORANIA KING, b. Nov. 8, 1828, Monson, 
living in Monson. 
Nov. 27, 1850, Monson, 
by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
b. Dec. 23, 1821, Monson, 
living in Monson. 

CHILDREN. 

Erasmus King Bradway, b. Sept. 18, 1851, Monson, 

living in Omaha, Neb. 
Emma Edethene Bradway, b. March 26, 1853, Monson, 

d. March 19, 1889, a. 36. 
Charles Merrill Bradway, b. Dec. 13, 1855, Monson, 
living in Staffordville, Ct. 
Frank Leslie Bradway, b. Dec. 18, 1858, Palmer, 
living in So. Framingham. 
b. Jan. 4, 1866, Monson, 
living in Staffordville, Ct. 

AMOS B. BRADWAY 

was a son of Arnon Bradway, b. March 4, 1801, Monson, d. July 20, 1887, 
a. 86, i. Monson. Yes. 

and Electa Bradway, b. Oct. 5, 1802, Monson, d. Sept. 16, 1882, a. 80, i. Mon- 
son. Yes. 

grandson of Abel Bradway, b. April 21, 1771, Smithfield, R. I., d. March 12, 
1845, a. 74, i. Monson. Yes. 

and Naomi , b. Oct. 29, 1773, Foster, R. L, d. Aug. 27, 1853, a. 80, 

i. Monson. Yes. 



George Henry Bradway, 



13. SABRAH ANN KING, 



married 



JOHN CARTER, 



b. April 17, 1831, Monson, 
living in Middletown, Ct. 
June 30, 1853, Monson, 
by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
b. Sept. 23, 1826, Leeds, England, 
living in Middletown, Ct., 
son of Joseph Carter and Fanny Firth, who 
came to America, 1830, with three sons and 
two daughters and settled in Great Falls, 
N. H. 
children. 
Sabrah King Carter, b. Aug. 25, 1861, Middletown, Ct., 

d. Aug. 30, 1878, a. 17, i. Middletown, Ct. Yes. 



Eighth Generation. 

Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King (who married.) 

1. ERASMUS KING. 

1. ERASMUS D. KING, b. Jan. 38, 1836, Springfield, 
living in Chicopee Falls. 
married Sept. 36, 1860, Springfield, 

by Henry M. Parsons, 
SARAH PARSONS, b. Nov. 10, 1837, Bloomfield, Ct, 

dau. of Nathan N. Parsons and Betsy M. 
Gillette. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Edith Mercy King, b. Nov. 21, 1867, Chicopee Falls, 

d. Aug. 31, 1869, i. Chicopee Falls. 

2. Charles Dwight King, b. May 28, 1871,, Chicopee Falls, 

living in Hartford, Ct. 

3. Robert Parsons King, b. Feb. 10, 1876, Chicopee Falls, 

living in Chicopee Falls. 

3. SALLY KING married ELIJAH FOSKETT. 

1. LOVINIA FOSKETT, b. May 38, 1833, Brimfield, 

d. May 17, 1890, a. 58, i. Brimfield. 
married March, 1853, Palmer, 

RUSSELL FERRY, b March 5, 1831, Palmer, 
living in Wales. 
son of Judah Ferry and Mary W. Taintor. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Frank King Ferry, b. Oct. 11, 1864, Wales, 
living in Bennington, Vt. 

3. SALLY KING. 

3. JOHN FOSKETT, b. March 10, 1835, Brimfield, 
living in W. Willington, Ct. 
married Nov. 35, 1854, Stafford, Ct., 

ELIZA ANN GREENE, b. Sept. 33, 1834, Wilbraham, 

dau. of Willard Tucker and Sophronia Dean, but 
was brought up by an uncle named Greene and 
bore that name. 
children. 

1. Ida Viola Foskett, b. Oct. 12, 1856, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

d. April 25, 1858, i. Stafford Springs, Ct. 

2. Frankie Foskett, b. Sept. 20, 1862, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

d. Sept. 11, 1863, i. Stafford Springs, Ct. 



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Eig:hth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 
3. HARVEY KING. 
3. ALBERT JENCKS KING, b. May 2, 1842, Southbridge, 

living at 9 Sparks St., Waterbury, Ct. 
married May 2, 1865, Wapping, Ct., 

by Rev. Mr. Grant, 
MARIA STOUGHTON, b. Sept. 18, 1842, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living at No. 9 Sparks St., Waterbury, Ct. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Albert Edgar King, b. Feb. 5, 1866, Rockville, Ct., 

d. July 5, 1866, i. Rockville, Ct. 

2. Annie Edith King, b. Nov. 6, 1869, Rockville, Ct., 

living 111 Waterbury, Ct. 

3. Fred Heeer King, b. Dec. 14, 1871, Rockville, Ct., 

d. Feb. If, 1873, i. Rockville, Ct. 

4. Alice Blaine King, b. Feb. 7, 1881, Waterbury, Ct., 

living in Waterbury, Ct. 

3 ALBERT J. KING 
was the only descendant of Roswell that served his country in the war of 
Rebellion, 1861-5. He enlisted, Sept. 7, 1861, in Co. B, 7th Regiment, Con- 
necticut Volunteers, Col. J. R. Hawley, and served three years in Virginia, 
North Carolina, Florida and South Carolina. Discharged Sept. 12,1864. He 
lived in Rockville, Ct., till 1880, and then removed to Waterbury, Ct , where 
he has since resided. 

MARIA STOUGHTON 
(sister of Amanda, who married Martins H. King). 

was a daughter of Edgar Stoughton, b. July 29, 1809, South Windsor, Ct. 





and 


Sally Foster, b. July 7, 1813, 


grandd 


aughter 


of Shem Stoughton 


,b. Jan. 15,1757, " 


great 


' 




" Oliver 


b. May 19, 1727, " 


great " 


' 




" Nathaniel " 


b. June 23, 1702, " 


great " " 


' 




" John 


b. June 20, 1657, " 


great " " " 


' 




" A.Thomas " 


b. England. 


gr. " " " " 


" 




" Thomas " 


senior, who came to America 



from England in 1630, and settled in Dorchester, Mass., and removed to 
Windsor, Ct., in 1640. 



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3 ALBERT J. KING, 
at 55 years of age, eighth generation, son of 3 Harvey King. 




THE FAMILY OF HARVEY B. KING, U 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 

3. HARVEY KING. 

4. HARVEY BRIGGS KING, b. April 18, 1847, Southbridge, 

living at 38 Williams St., Hartford, Ct. 
married April 37, 1868, Albany, N. Y., 

by W B. Sprague, D D., 
GEORGIE EULALIA BRIGGS, b. April 20, 1851, Elackstone, R. I., 

d. July 18, 1882, a. 31, i, Rockville, Ct. 
Yes 
daughter of John R. Briggs and Martha Dodge, Springfield, 1860. 
grand " " Jencks " " Betsy Steere, '' 1840. 

great"" " James B. " " Cynthia Jencks, Smithfield, R. I., 1800. 
great " " " " Joseph " " Lydia Miller, Warwick, R. I., 1750. 
gr. " " " " " Job " " " 1720. 

Cynthia Jencks was a dau. of John Jencks, Smithfield, R. I., 1770. 
Lydia Miller vras a dau. of Nathaniel Miller, Warwick, R. I., 1720. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Carrie Georgie King, b. Aug. 9, 1869, at 17 Morris St., Hartford, Ct. 

living; at 38 Williams St., Hartford, Ct. 

2. Mabel Tessa King, b. Dec. ^4, 1871, Rockville, Ct., 

d. May 9. 1872, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 

3. Robert Harvey King, b. May 20, 1877, Rockville, Ct., 

living at 38 Williams St., Hartford, Ct. 

2d marriage, Aug. 23, 1888, Hartford, Ct., at 189 High St., 

by Rev. J. O. Barrows, 
JANE ELIZA STRAIN, b. July 24, 1856, Thorold, Ontario, Canada, 
dau. of James Boyce Strain, b. 1827, 
and Bessie Laughlin, b. 1834, 
both i. Zion Hill, Hartford, Ct., 
granddau. of John Strain and Alice Boyce. 

CHILDREN. 

4. Bernice Leah King, b. Sept. 28, 1889, at 38 Williams St., Hartford, Ct. 

5. Lewis Albert King, b. Feb. 6, 1891, at 38 Williams St., Hartford, Ct. 

6. Harvey Roswell William King, b. June 8, 1893, at 38 Williams St., 

Hartford, Ct. 

4 HARVEY BRIGGS KING, 
born in Southbridge, 1847; removed with his parents to Holyoke, 1849, and 
to Rockville, Ct., in 1851. This was his home till 18 years of age. In 1865 
he commenced his business career in the store of the Russell & Erwin Mfg. 
Co., 87 Beekman St., New York, but very soon left to accept a position in the 
office of Cheney Bros. Silk Mfg. Co., Hartford, Ct., remaining in their employ 
three years, 1865 to 1868; then, owing to weak eyes (effects of scarlet fever), 
was obliged to give up office work, and engaged in various lines of business, 
but since 1880 has been contractor for artesian wells and water supply, 
residing, since 1886, in Hartford, Ct. 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 
4. HENRY KING 

1. MARTIUS HENRY KING, b. July 9, 1844, Westfield, 

living in ^Morgan Park, 111. 
married July 31, 1865, So. Windsor, Ct., 

by Rev. P. O. Powers, 
AMANDA T. STOUGHTON, b. Nov. 2, 1844, Wapping, Ct., 

dau. of Edgar Stoughton and Sally 
Foster. 

(See page 90, for the Stoughton ancestry.) 
CHILDREN. 

1. Jessie Leila King, b. April 8, 1866, Springfield, 

living in So. Windsor, Ct. 

2. Harry Edgar King, b. Aug. 15, 1868, Springfield. 

living in St. Louis, Mo. 

3. Emily Lizette King, b. Aug. 6, 1870, Springfield, 

living in St. Louis, Mo. 

4. Martius Walter King, b. Feb. 5, 1872, Springfield, 

d. July 10, 1873, i. Springfield. 

5. Fred Howard King, b. July 31, 1875, Springfield, 

living in Morgan Park, 111. 

6. Dan Robinson King, b. Oct. 4, 1878, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in Morgan Park, 111. 

7. Norman Lloyd King, b. Feb. 4, 1886, El Paso, Texas, 

living in Morgan Park, 111. 

1 MARTIUS H. KING, 
born at Westfield, Mass., July 9th, 1844, and removed with his parents 
to Springfield, Mass., in 1852. He was engaged in the business of brick 
manufacturing, as was also his father. They succeeded in accumulating 
quite a large property, but in later years met with reverses, and father and 
son lost everything. 

In December, 1876, Martius entered the service of the New Orleans & 
Mobile R. R., at New Orleans, La., resigning his position with that company 
in 1880, to take charge of the claim department of the Missouri Pacific Rail- 
way, at St. Louis, Mo., afterwards being connected with the Toledo, Delphos 
& Burlington R. R., at Toledo, Ohio, and the New York & New England 
R. R., as agent, at Manchester, Ct. In 1882 he accepted a position with the 
Sonora Railway, at Guaymas, Mexico, and in June, 1883, was appointed 
assistant general freight and passenger agent of the Mexican Central Railway, 
at Paso del Norte, Mexico. On June 1st, 1887, his headquarters were 
changed to Chicago, 111., where he now represents the Mexican Central Rail- 
way in the United States. 

* Morgan Park is a suburb of Chicago, 111. 



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1 MARTIUS H. KING, 
at 53 years of age. eighth generation, son of 4 Henry King. 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 
Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 



4. HENRY KING. 

2. FRANK SQUIER KING 



b. Nov. 25, 1848, Holyoke, 
living in Chicopee. 
married Feb. 19, 1868, Wilbraham, 

bv Ira G. Potter, 
ELLA AUGUSTA KNOWLTON, b. July 25, 1848, Wilbraham, 

dau. of Nathaniel Knowlton and Esther 
M. Boynton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Herbert Alden King, b. July 29, 1874, Wilbraham, 

living in Springfield. 

2. Esther G. King, b. March 12, 1882, Bondsville, 

d. April 24, 1883, i. Wilbraham. Yes. 



5. RUBY KING married EBENEZER H. SAWYER. 

1. MARTI US KING SA V/YER, b. March 18, 1845, Pomfret, Ct., 

living at 1400 Nicollet Ave., Minne- 



married 
ELIZABETH EMMA CONKEY, 



apohs, Minn. 

March 1, 1870, Dekalb, 111., 

by Right Rev. Bishop Whitehouse;, 

b. Dec. 31, 1848, Watertown, N. Y. 

dau. of Willard Conkey and Emma 

Blakeslee. 

CHILDREN. 

Ruby Adell Sawyer, b. Dec. 4, 1870, Dekalb, 111. 

Ida Elizabeth Sawyer, b. June 12, 1873, Dekalb, 111. 

Willard Martius Sawyer, b. Oct. 17, 1877, Dubuque, Iowa. \ ry . 
Charles Walter Sawyer, b. " " " " ^ J wins. 

Mable Josephine Sawyer, b. July 29, 1885, Monmouth, 111. 



6. LOVINIA KING married JOSEPH BOOTH. 
2. JOSEPH KING BOOTH, b. Feb. 22, 1850, St. Clair, Mich., 

living in Chicago, 111. 
married Feb. 18, 1871, Saginaw, Mich., 

ANNA MILLS, b. Aug. 21, 1853, Simpo, Canada, 

d. Nov. G, 1873, a. 20, i. E. Saginaw, Mich, 
dau. of Isaac and Anna Mills. 
children. 
1. Edward King Booth, b. Jan. 10, 1872, East Saginaw, Mich., 
livine in Chicago, 111. 



6. LOVINIA KING. 

3. HARRIET A. BOOTH, 

married 

CHARLES PUPANY, 

(no children.) 



b. March 14, 1851, St. Clair, Mich., 

living in Saginaw, Mich. 

Dec. 8, 1875, Saginaw, Mich., 

by Rev. E. Carter, 

b. July 17, 1847, Germany, 

d. May 12, 1895, a. 48, i. Saginaw, Mich. 



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Eigfhth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 

6. LOVINIA KING married JOSEPH BOOTH. 
4. SARAH L. BOOTH, b. Nov. 14, 1852, St. Clair, Mich., 
living in Blackmer, Mich, 
married May 10. 1871, Saginaw, Mich., 

by George I. Betts, 
ALLEN WYNES, b. Aug. 2, 1849, Adrian, Mich. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Ella May Wynes, b. May 1, 1872, Saginaw, Mich., 

living in E. Saginaw, Mich. 

2. Bertha Alma Wynes, b. April 18, 1876, Saginaw, Mich., 

living in E. Saginaw, Mich. 

8. ROSWELL MOULTON KING. 

2. ROSIE KING, b. Dec. 20, 1847, Monson, 

d. July 16, 1866, a. 19, i. Rockville, Ct. Yes. 
married May 8, 1865, Ellington, Ct , 

CARLOS C. REDFIELD, b April 3, 1837, Saybrook, Ct., 

living in Harlan, Shelby Co., Iowa, 

son of William Redfield and Dency Chittenden, 

of Essex, Ct. 

(See Redfield Genealogy) 

Dency Chittenden was a descendant of Paul Hudson, brother of Hen- 
drick Hudson. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Clarence King Redfield, b. Feb. 10, 18(36, Rockville, Ct., removed to 
Iowa with liis father in 1877, and to Nebraska, 
1887, to Wyoming in 1891 and to Montana, 
1895; taught school several years, now engaged 
in ranching at Kibbey, Cascade County, Mon- 
tana; not married. 

CARLOS C. REDFIELD 

second marriage, Dec. 2, 1866, to Sarah I. Buckland, and had one son, 
Elbert B. Redfield, b. Oct. 4, 1867, who married Tessora M. Tyson, of 
Blair, Neb., Aug. 29, 1894. 

8. ROSWELL MOULTON KING. 

4. HERBERT SEYMOUR KING, b. May 8, 1853, Rockville, Ct , 

living at 24 Russ St., Hartford, Ct. 
married Nov. 8, 1875, Rockville, Ct., 

by Rev. H. H. Martin, 
IDA MAY CHADWICK, b. June 1, 1856, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

dau. of John H. Chadwick and 
Laura Ann Nichols, 
granddaughter of Joshua Nichols and Harriet Moulton Nichols, 
great-granddaughter of Jesse Moulton and Polly King Moulton, who was a 
sister of Roswell King. 

children. 
1. Flora Mabel King, b. March 5, 1880, Hartford, Ct., 

living at 24 Russ St., Hartford, Ct. 



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4 HERBERT S. KING. 
at 43 years of age, eighth generation, son of 8 Rosv/ell M. King. 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 

11. HARRIET ELIZA KING married HENRY N. PARKER. 

I. ROSWELL KING PARKER, b. Sept. 14, 1850, W. Douglas, 

living in Medfield. 
married Dec. 14, 1870, Brimfield, 

by Rev. W. K. Pierce, 
MARY ADALINE CLARK, b. Jan. 17, 1858, Sturbridge, 

dau. of Lorin Hardin Clark and Eliza 
Ann Bevins. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Forrest Leon Parker, b. Aug. 19, 1881, Wales, 
living in Medfield. 

11. HARRIET ELIZA KING. 

3. GEORGE H. PARKER, b. July 6, 1852, Monson, 

living in Wales. 
married Feb. 26, 1878, Wales, 

by Rev. Alfred Noon, 
ALMEDA ANN MOORE, b. May 9, 1846, Stafford, Ct, 

dau. of Erastus Roth and Sally Sweet. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Arthur Henry Parker, b. Oct. 8, 1879, Wales, 
living in Wales. 

11. HARRIET ELIZA KING. 

4. HERBERT FLELDS PARKER, b. April 29, 1858, Franklin, N. J., 

living in Stafford Springs, Ct. 
married Apr. 27, 1882, Stafford Springs, Ct., 

by Rev. Erastus Benton, 
ARDELLE MYRA GOODRICH, b. June 5, 1861, Stafford, Ct., 

dau. of Leonard S. Goodrich and 
Betsy A. Paddleford. 
children. 
1. Bertha Irene Parker, h. Oct. 23, 1887, Stafford, Ct., 
living in Stafford Springs, Ct. 

II. HARRIET ELIZA KING. 

5. CLARENCE PARKER, b. Nov. 19, 1860, Bridgeport, Ct., 

living in Stafford, Ct. 
married Jan. 4, 1881, Springfield, 

by Rev. Albert K. Potter, 
HATTIE ANNA THOMPSON, b. March 31, 1862, Wales, 

dau. of Charles Monroe Thompson and 
Sarah Anna Dimmick. 
children. 

1. Louis King Parker, b. July 21, 1882, Wales, 

living in Stafford, Ct. 

2. Wyla Sarah Parker, b. Feb. 16, 1887, Palmer, 

living in Stafford, Ct. 

3. Ramond C. Parker, b. IVIarch 17, 1891, Stafford, Ct., 

d. Jan. 8, 1893, i. Stafford, Ct. Yes. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued- 
Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 

12. MORANIA KING married AMOS B. BRADWAY. 

1. ERASMUS KING BRADWAY, b. Sept. 18, 1851, Monson, 

living in Omaha, Neb. 
married May 1, 1873, Mahwah, N. J., 

by Rev. George Magee, 
SOPHRONIA TUPPER, b. Jan. 26, 1847, Monson, 

(no children.) dau. of Earl and Permilia Tupper. 

12. MORANIA KING. 

2. EMMA EDETHENE BRADWAY, b. March 26, 1853, Monson, 

d. March 19, 1889, a. 36, 
i. Palmer. Yes. 
married Oct. 20, 1874, Wales, 

by Rev. Mr. Tredwell, 
WILLIAM J. THOMPSON, b. April 10, 1854, Wales, 

son of Charles Monroe Thomp- 
son and Sarah A. Dimmick. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Herbert W. Thompson, b. May 26, 1878, Wales, 

living in Springfield. 
3. Lillian I. Thompson, b. Aug. 29, 1882, Wales, 

living in Springfield. 
3. Robert C. Thompson, b. Aug. 20, 1887, Palmer, 

living in Springfield. 

2d marriage 
HARRIET M. SMEAD, Greenfield, Oct. 25, 1893, 

living at Hawthorne St., Springfield. 

12. MORANIA KING. 

3. CHARLES MERRILL BRADWA Y, b, Dec. 13, 1855, Monson, 

living in Staffordville, Ct. 
married Nov. 28, 1879, Stafford, Ct., 

CARLISTA BELCHER, b. Feb. 28, 1851, Stafford, Ct, 

dau. of Norman Belcher and 
Sarah Brad way. 
children. 

1. Mary M. Bradway, b. Nov. 28, 1882, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Staffordville, Ct. 

2. Grace S. Bradway, b. May 2, 1885, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Staffordville, Ct. 

3. Harold N. Bradway, b. Jan. 5, 1888, Stafford, Ct., 

living in .Staffordville, Ct. 

4. Clayton C. Bradway, b. Feb. 16, 1889, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Staffordville, Ct. 

5. Maud C. Bradway, b. Sept. 23, 1891, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Staffordville, Ct. 

6. Gladys A. Bradway, b. March 7, 1894, Stafford, Ct., 

living in Staffordville, Ct. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 7 Roswell King. 

12. MORANIA KING married AMOS B. BRADWAY. 
4. FRANK LESLIE BRADWAY, b. Dec. 18, 1858, Palmer, 

living at 59 Irving St., So. Fram- 
ingham. 
married Oct. 19, 1881, Monson, 

by Rev. E. H. Byington, 
MARY ESTELLA NILES, b. April 25, 1861, Tolland, Ct., 

dau. of Francis Fenton Niles and 
Melissa Maria West. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Ruth Niles Bradway, b. Aug. 11, 1882, Monson, 

living in So. Framingham. 

2. Florence Lena Bradway, b. March 14, 1888, Monson, 

d. March 24, 1888, i. Monson. Yes. 

3. Earl Leslie Bradway, b. July 1, 1895, So. Framingham, 

living at 59 Irving St. , So. Framingham. 



12. 


MORANIA KING. 




5. 


GEORGE HENR V BRAD IV A Y 


, b. Jan. 4, 1866, Monson, 
living in Staffordville, Ct. 




married 


June 18, 1888, Wales, 
by O. P. Royce, 




NETTIE E. L. BRADWAY, 


b. June 18, 1870, Stafford, Ct., 
dau. of Ira Bradway and Juliette 




(no children.) 


Shippey. 



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Ninth Generation. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 7 Roswell King 
(who have married.) 

2. SALLY KING married ELIJAH FOSKETT. 
1. LOVINIA FOSKETT married RUSSELL FERRY. 
1. FRANK KING FERRY, b. Oct 11, 1864, Wales, 

living in Bennington, Vt. 
married and has one child. 



3. HARVEY KING. 

3. ALBERT JENCKS KING. 

2. ANNIE EDITH KING, b. Nov. 6, 1869, Rockville, Ct., 

living at 9 Sparks St., Waterbury, Ct. 
married Nov. 11, 1893, New York city, 

by Rev. C. W. Skinner, 
CHARLES E. FARNHAM, b. Oct. 21, 1869, So. Windsor, Ct., 

son of Edgar Farnham and Mary Osborn. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Constance Elsa Farnham, b. Aug. 7, 1896, Waterbury, Ct. 

4. HENRY KING. 

1. MARTIUS HENRY KING. 

1. JESSIE lEIIA KING, b. April 8, 1866, Springfield, 

living in So. Windsor, Ct. 
married Nov. 15, 1887, So. Windsor, Ct., 

by Rev. George A. Bowman, 
ELLIOTT C. ELMORE, b. April 11, 1860, So. Windsor, Ct., 

son of Joseph Elmore and Calista Cowles. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Martius Elliott Elmore, b. Oct. 15, 1888, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in So. Windsor, Ct. 

2. Joseph Raymond Elmore, b. Jan. 7, 1890, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in So. Windsor, Ct. - 

3. Helen Ruth Elmore, b. April 12, 1891, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in So. Windsor, Ct. 

4. Linwood King Elmore, b. April 29, 1897, So. Windsor, Ct., 

living in So. Windsor, Ct. 

4. HENRY KING. 

1. MARTIUS HENRY KING. 

2. HARRY EDGAR KING, b. Aug 15, 1868, Springfield, 

living in St. Louis, Mo. 
married June 21, 1893. Toledo, Ohio, 

by Rev. Samuel Bartlett, 
SADIE DAVIES, b. Feb. 16, 1870, Hubbard, Ohio, 

dau. of David Thomas Davies and Martha 

Williams. 

children. 

1. Jessie King, b. June 25, 1894, Morgan Park, 111., 

d. June 30, 1894, i. Morgan Park, 111. 

2. Martius Davies King, b. Oct. 9, 1895, Morgan Park, 111. 



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2 HARRY E. KING, 
at 26 years of age, ninth generation, son of 1 Martius H, King. 



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2MARTIUS D. KING, 
; 9 months of age, tenth generation, son of 2 Harry E. King. 



Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 7 Roswell King (who have married.) 

4. HENRY KING. 

1. MARTIUS HENRY KING. 

3. EMILY LIZETTE KING, b. Aug. G, 1870, Springfield, 

living at 3862 Page Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

April 2, 1892, Morgan Park, 111., 

b)^ Rev. J. M. Campbell, 

b. June 28, 1854, Pepperell, 

son of John L. Parker and Marinda C. 

Blake. 

CHILDREN. 

King Lawrence Parker, b. Jan. 18, 1893, St. Louis, Mo. 

living at 3862 Page Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Herbert Lloyd Parker, b. July 12, 1894, Morgan Park, 111., 

living at 3862 Page Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 
Katherine Amanda Parker, b July 22, 18'J7, St. Louis, Mo., 

living at 3862 Page Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 



married 
HERBERT L. PARKER, 



5. RUBY KING married EBENEZER H. SAWYER. 

1. MARTIUS KING SAWYER. 

2. IDA ELIZABETH SA WYER, b. June 12, 1873, Dekalb, 111., 

living at 127 East Fifteenth St., Min- 
neapolis, Minn, 
married April 10, 1895, Minneapolis, Minn., 

by Rev. J. F. Faude, 
H. BURTON CARLISLE, b. Jan. 26, 1871, St. Paul, Minn., 

son of Henry C. Carlisle and Anna 
Catherine Johnston. 



(no children, 1896.) 



1 ERASMUS KING. 

1. ERASMUS D. KING. 

3. CHARLES £> WIGHT KING, b. May 28, 1871, Chicopee Falls, 

living at 106 Capen St., Hartford, Ct. 
married Dec. 31, 1896, 

by Rev. Cary F. Abbott, 
SUSIE BELLE BARTLETT, b. June 10, 1872, Chicopee, 

dau. of Martin R. Bartlett and Ruth 
A. Swim. 



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Records of 

^LucY King, 

Sixth Generation, 

'"' Samuel Shaw, 

her husband, 
and their descendants, 

Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth Generations, 

31 Tamiues. 



Sixth Generation* 

^.'^LUCY KING, b. Dec. 27, 1782, Monson, 

d. Sept. 18, 1859, a. 76, i. Palmer Center. Yes. 
married Nov. 12, 1801, Palmer, 

SAMUEL SHAW, b. June 5, 1774, Palmer, 

d. April 10, 1813, a. 68, i. Palmer Center. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Philena Shaw, b. July 28, 1802, Palmer, 

d. Aug. 27, 1883, a. 81, i. Palmer. Yes. 

2. Betsey Shaw, b. Sept. 20, 1804, Palmer, 

d. May 15, 1847 a. 42, i. Palmer. Yes. 

3. Samuel Austin Shaw, b. July 15, 1806. Palmer, 

d. July 4, 1885, a. 79, i. Springfield. Yes. 

4. Moses Shaw, b. Aug. IS, 1809, Palmer, 

d. Sept. 29, 1813, a. 4, i. Palmer. Yes. 

5. Lucy Shaw. b. |uly 8, 1814, Palmer, 

d. April 14, 1886, a. 71, i. Ware. Yes. 

6. Charlotte Shaw, b. May 7, 1817, Palmer, 

d. , i. Palmer. Yes. 

7. Charles Dexter Shaw, b. April 18, 1824, Palmer, 

d. March 2, 1898, a. 69, i. Odebolt, Iowa. Yes. 

SAMUEL SHAW 
was a son of Deacon Joshua Shaw, d. Sept. 14, 1807, 
married Jan. 16, 1750, Elizabeth Dickinson, b. 1730, d. April 30, 1810, 
grandson of David Shaw. 

Lucy King Shaw died at Charlotte's home. Ware Village. 

Samuel Shaw and 8 Lucy King, 1 family. 

They had 6 children married, 

18 grandchildren married, 13 living 1896. 

6 great-grandchildren mar., 20 " *' 

gr.-gr.-grandchildren m., 11 " " 

Total, 31 families. Descendants, 44 " " 

A good picture of 8 Lucy King Shaw is in possession of her grand- 
daughter, Mrs. Lucyette E. Mason. 



Seventh Generation. 



Records of the children of 8 Llicy King Shaw (who married). 
1. PHILENA SHA W, b. July 28, 1802, Palmer, 

d. Aug. 27, 1883, a. 81, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married Feb. 19, 1824, Palmer, 

by Rev. Alfred Ely, 
KEYES FOSTER, b. Feb. 13, 1800, Palmer, 

d. Jan. 4, 1877, a. 77, i. Palmer. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Charles Dwight Foster, b. July 29, 1826, Palmer, 

living in Palmer. 

2. Harriet Augusta Foster, b. Oct. 30, 1832, Palmer, 

d. June 29, 1887, a. 54, i. Palmer. Yes. 

KEYES FOSTER 
was a son of Deacon Abel Wilson Foster, b. 1776, and Prudence Brown, b. 1775. 
grandson of Bryant Foster, b. 1741, and Thankful Blackwell. 
great " " Solomon Foster. 

See Palmer history. 



2. BETSEY SUA IV, b. Sept. 20, 1804, Palmer, 

d. May 15, 1847, a. 42, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married May, 1824, Palmer, 

PERRY HASTINGS, b. Nov. 6, 1801, Palmer, 

d. Oct. 13, 1870, a. 69, i. Palmer. Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Joseph M. Hastings, b. 1827, Palmer, 

d. May 1. 1840, a. 13, i. Palmer. Yes. 

2. Albert P. Hastings, b. 1830, Palmer, 

d. March 26, 1858, a. 28, i. Palmer. Yes. 

3. Martha A. Hastings, b. 1832, Palmer, 

d. May 7, 1862, a. 30, i. Palmer. Yes. 

Albert P. and Martha A. married, but had no children, and this branch 
has become extinct. 



Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

3. SAMUEL A USTIN SB A iV, b. July 15, 1806, Palmer, 

d, July 4, 1885, a. 79, i. Springfield. Yes. 
married April 15, 1828, Ware, 

by Wm. M. Bondoin, 
MARY B. WHITE, b. June 9, 1810, Ware, 

d. Aug. 31, 1866, a. 56, i. Springfield. 
Yes. 
She was a daughter of Calvin White and Phebe Titus. 
Granddaughter of Paul White; great-granddaughter of Samuel White. 
These are direct descendants of William White, who came in the " May- 
flower," 1620, and had Pereguin White, the first white child horn in America. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Harriet I\I. Shaw, b. Nov. 26, 1830, Ware, 

d. Aug. 15, 1875, a. 44, i. Springfield. Yes. 

2. Henry A. Shaw, b. Sept. 24, 1832, Ware, 

d. May 15, 1887, a. 54, i. Springfield. Yes. 

3. George D. Shaw, b. April 4, 1836, Belchertown, 

living in Utica, N. Y. 

4. Mary E. Shaw, b. March 1, 1839, Belchertown, 

d. Aug. 6, 1859, a, 20, i. Springfield. Yes. 

5. Francis H. Shaw, b. July 9, 1841, Belchertown, 

d. July 15, 1841, i. Springfi.ld. Yes. 

6. Charles W. Shaw, b. July 27, 1844, Belchertown, 

living in Springfield. 

7. Genevra a. Shaw, b. Sept. 17, 1848, Belchertown, 

living in Sunderland. 

8. John C. Shaw, b. Dec. 19. 1849, Belchertown, 

d. Nov. 12, 1851, a. 2, i. Springfield. Yes. 

9. Glendora J. Shaw, b. July 8, 1851, Belchertown, 

d. 1892, a. 41, i. Hartford, Ct. 
10. Martha Shaw, b. July 29, 1859, Belchertown, 

d. May 12, 1861, a. 2, i. Springfield. Yes. 

5. LUCY SHAW, b. July 8, 1814, Palmer, 

d. April 14, 1886, a. 71, i. Ware. Yes. 
married Nov. 29, 1832, Palmer, 

by Rev. S. Backus, 
ELLIS HALL, b. Nov. 16, 1796, Uxbridge, 

d. Sept. 11, 1863, a. m, i. Ware. Yes. 
children. 

1. Samuel Austin Hall, b. Oct. 11, 1833, Ware, 

living in Hampton, Va. , 1896. 

2. Sarah Jane Hall, b. Dec. 15, 1834, Ware, 

living in Ware. 

3. Mittie a. Hall, b. July 20, 1836, Ware, 

living in Springfield. 

4. Francis E. Hall, b. Feb. 12, 1838, Ware, 

living in Ware. 

5. George L. H.\ll, b. Oct. 19, 1839, Ware, 

d. April 7, 1867, a. 27, i. Ware. Yes. 
never married. 



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Seventh Generation— Continued. 



Records of the children of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

6. CHARLOTTE SHAW, b. May 7, 1817, Palmer, 

d. , i. Palmer. Yes. . 

married Jan. 27, 1836. Palmer, 

iDy Rev. S. Backus, 
CHARLES MASON, b. Aug. 6, 1808, Palmer, 

d. Nov. 23, 1840, a. 38, i. Palmer. Yes. 
son of William Mason and Nancy White, 
grand " Capt. Ebenezer Mason. 

CHILDREN. 

1. LucYETTE E. Mason, b. May 24. 1837, Belchertown, 

living in Granby, Ct., 1896. 

2. Sarah E. Mason, b. Dec. 19, 1839, Palmer, 

d. Nov. 22, 1889, a. 50, i. Palmer. Yes. 

3. Charlotte E. Mason, b. March 2, 1844, Palmer, 

d. Mav 7, 1848, a. 4, i. Palmer. Yes. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHA W, b. April 18, 1824, Palmer, 

d. March 2, 1893, a. 69, 
i. Odebolt, Iowa. Yes. 
married May 6, 1846, Naperville, III, 

by Rev. Hope Brown, 
HARRIET EMILY WALKER, b. July 29, 1826, Belchertown, 

living in Early, Iowa, 
dau. of Seth Walker, b. Sept. 16, 1797, 

Belchertown, and Harriet , b. 

Feb. 3, 1804, Belchertown. 

Seth Walker and family went West, arriving in Chicago, July 4, 1845. 
His wife Harriet is interred in Belchertown. Seth Walker married again 
in Illinois. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Marion Emily Shaw, b. Oct. 13, 1847, Oswego, 111., 

living in Yankton, So. Dakota. 

2. Charles Mason Shaw, b. Oct. 17, 1849, Oswego, 111., 

living in Early, Iowa. 

3. Lewis Albert Shaw, b. Aug. 18, 1852, Oswego, 111., 

living in Early, Iowa. 

4. Frank Walker Shaw, b. July 5, 1854, Oswego, 111., 

d. Sept. 20, 1878, a. 24, i. Grinnell, Iowa. Yes. 

5. Wilson King Shaw, b. Dec. 21, 1857, Oswego, 111., 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 

6. Edward Jason Shaw, b. March 4, 1861. Oswego, 111., 

d. Sept. 16, 1863, a. 1, i. Oswego, 111. 

7. Harry Austin Shaw, b. March 21, 1867, Grinnell, Iowa, 

d. June 30, 1880, a. 13, i. Odebolt, Iowa. Yes. 

Harriet E. Shaw is living with her son, Lewis Albert, in Early, Iowa 
(1897). The writer's correspondence with her in obtaining records has been 
very pleasant. 



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Eighth Generation. 

« Records of the grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

1. PHILENA SHAW married KEYES FOSTER. 
1. CHARLES DWIGHT FOSTER, b. July 38, 1826, Palmer, 

living in Palmer, 
married Nov. 38, 1850, Worcester, 

by Rev. Mr. Sweitzer, 

JANE ELIZABETH BURGESS, b. , Palmer, 

d. Jan. 3, 1883, i. Palmer. Yes. 
dau. of Joseph Clark Burgess and 
Elizabeth Cooley. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Chas. D. Foster, Jr., b. July 22, 1853, Palmer, 

d. Sept. 13, 1853, i. Palmer. Yes. 

2. Frank Keyes Foster, b. Dec. 19, 1854, Palmer, 

living in Boston. 

1. PHILENA SHAW. 

3. HARRIET A. FOSTER, b. Oct. 30, 1833, Palmer, 

d. June 39, 1887, a. 54, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married Nov. 33, 1853, Palmer, 

SALMON WILSON LAWRENCE, living in Palmer, 
(no children.) 



3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW, 

1. HARRIET M. SHAW, b. Nov. 36, 1830, Ware, 

d. Aug. 15, 1875, a. 44, i. Springfield. Yes. 
married 
C. P. LONGLEY. 
(no children.) 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 

3. HENRY A. SHAW, b. Sept. 34, 1833, Ware, 

d. May 14, 1887, a. 54, i. Springfield. Yes. 
married Oct. 31, 1856, Springfield, 

by Rev. H. M. Parsons, 
ELLEN D. ASHLEY, b. Aug. 8, 1831, Springfield, 

d. Jan. 33, 1869, a. 37, i. Springfield. Yes. 
dau. of John Ashley and Matilda Dibble. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Cora M. Shaw, b. Feb. 11, 1858, Springfield, 

living in Central Village, Ct. 

2. John Henry Shaw, b. May 5, 1866, Springfield, 

d. April 19, 1881, a. 15, i. Springfield. Yes. 
2d wife, 
M. A. KELLOGG, living 66 Cedar St., Springfield. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 

3. GEORGE D. SHAW, b. April 4, 1836, Belchertown, 

living 178 Seymore Ave., Utica, N. Y. 
married May 7, 1862, Dalton, 

by Rev. I. M. Edgerton, 
LUCRETIA PHELPS, b. Dec. 6, 1840, Black Rock, N. Y., 

dau. of E. N. Phelps and Eleanor Van Bergen. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Fred. Henry Shaw, b. Aug. 28, 1864, Springfield, 
living in Deerfield, N. Y. 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 

6. CHARLES W. SHA W, b. July 27, 1844, Belchertown, 

living at 47 Dartmouth St., Springfield, 
married May 7, 1868, Springfield, 

by Rev. A. K. Potter. 
AMY A. RENNEY, b. Nov. 29, 1844, Chicopee Falls, 

(no children.) dau. of Edw. Renney and Lucina Parkhurst. 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 

7. GENEVRA A. SHA W, h. Sept. 17, 1848, Belchertown, 

living in Sunderland, 
married June 5, 1872, Springfield, 

by Rev. E. A. Read, 
CORNELIUS G. TROW, M. D., b. March 1, 1847, Buckland, 

son of Nathaniel G. Trow and Katharine 
(no children.) Brooks. 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 

9. GLENDORA J. SHAW, b. July 8, 1851, Belchertown, 

d. 1892, a. 41, i. Hartford, Ct. 
married 
HENRY GOODWIN, 
(no children.) 

5. LUCY SHAW married ELLIS HALL. 

1. SAMUEL AUSTLN HALL, b. Oct. 11, 1833, Ware, 

living in Hampton, Va., 1896. 
married Sept. 15, 1858, Ware, 

by Rev. Cobwer, 
EMMA G. HILTON, b. Nov. 29, 1832, Ashburnham, 

(no children.) dau. of Daniel Hilton. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

5. LUCY SHAW married ELLIS HALL. 
3. SARAH JANE HALL, b. Dec. 15, 1834, Ware, 
living in Ware, 
married Nov. 22, 1866, Ware, 

by Rev. W. G. Tuttle, 
THOMAS SHERMAN, Jr., b. Feb. 2, 1831, Ware, 

son of Thomas Sherman and Lovisa Gould. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Frederick Hall Sherman, b. June 3, 1870, Ware, 

living in Ware. 

2, Lucy Hall Sherman, b. Nov. 23, 1872, Ware, 

living in Ware. 

5. LUCY SHAW. 

3. MLTTIE A. HALL, b. July 20, 1836, Ware, 

living in Springfield, 
married Dec. 16, 1874, Ware, 

by Rev W. G. Tuttle, 
JOHN B. ALDEN, b. Feb. 11, 1825, Ludlow, 

(no children.) son of Azel Alden and Polly Brainard. 

5. LUCY SHAW. 

4. FRANCLS E. HALL, b. Feb. 12, 1838, Ware, 

living in Ware, 
never married. 



6. CHARLOTTE SHAW married CHARLES MASON. 
1. LUCYETTE E. MASON, b. May 24, 1837, Palmer, 

living in Granby, Ct., 1896. 
married Oct. 23, 1867, Ware, 

by Rev. A. E. P. Perkins, 
WATSON D. WILCOX, b. April 2, 1835, West Granby, Ct., 

son of Trumbull Wilcox and Polly Maria 
Adams. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Charles Hugh Wilcox, b. March 30, 1869, Washington, Pa., 

living in Springfield, 1896. 

2. William Mason Wilcox, b. Feb. 7, 1876, Ware Village, 

living in Springfield, 1896. 



Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

6. CHARLOTTE SHAW married CHARLES MASON. 
2. SARAH E. MASON, b. Dec. 13, 1839, Palmer, 

d. Nov. 22, 1889, a. 50, i. Palmer. Yes. 
married April 13, 1880, Springfield, 

by Rev. Mr. Eaustic, 
WILLIAM D. MASON, b. July 25, 1823, Palmer, 
(no children.) living in Palmer, 

son of William Mason, Jr., and Elizabeth C. Whitman, 
grandson of William Mason and Nancy White, 
great " " Capt. Ebenezer Mason. 

He first married Silvia Walker, Jan. 13, 1852; she d. 1879. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

1. MARION EMILY SHAW, b. Oct. 13, 1847, Oswego, 111., 

living in Yankton, So. Dakota, 
married June 12, 1867, Grinnell, Iowa, 

by Rev. Mr. Mack, 
WILLIAM EDWARD CATON, b. Sept. 19, 1846, Chicago, 111., 

son of William Penn Caton and Eliza- 
beth Steele. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Fred. Edward Caton, b. April 22, 1868, Plaintield, 111., 

living in Ekalaka, Montana. 

2. Edith Marion Caton, b. Oci. 9. 1871, Orient, Iowa, 

living in Yankton, So. Dakota. 

3. Robert Fairlie Caton, b. July 25, 1873, Fontenette, Iowa, 

living in Ekalaka, Montana. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

2. CHARLES MASON SHAW, b. Oct. 17, 1849, Oswego, 111., 

living in Early, Iowa, 
married Dec. 24, 1879, Odebolt, Iowa, 

ELIZABETH MAY BURNETTE, b. , 1857, , N. Y., 

d. May 22, 1881, a. 24, i. Odebolt, la. 
Yes. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Marion Emily Shaw, b. Nov. 1, 1880, Early, Iowa, 

d. Feb. 15, 1890, a. 9, i. Odebolt, Iowa. Yes. 

Second marriage, Dec. 17, 1886, Sac City, Iowa, by Rev. Mr. Stickle, 
Mary Etta Mack, b. Feb. 11, 1860, Dekalb Co., Ill, daughter of Thomas 
Mack and Kitty Callan. 

CHILDREN. 

2. Edna Marion Shaw, b. Sept. 26, 1890, Early, Iowa, 

living in Early, Iowa. 
8. Seth Walker Shaw, b. July 30, 1892, Early, Iowa, 
living in Early, Iowa. 

4. Charles Dwight Shaw, b. May 7, 1895, Early, Iowa, 

living in Early, Iowa. 



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Eighth Generation— Continued. 

Records of the grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

3. LEWIS ALBERT SHAW, b. Aug. 18, 1852, Oswego, III, 

living in Early, Iowa, 
married Nov. 1, 1886, Jennings, La., 

by Rev. Mr. Jones, 
ELLEM ARZETTA DAY, b. Jan. 27, 1870, Canton, N. Y., 

dau. of James Allen Day and Rena 
Fulton. 

CHILDREN. 

1. DuANE Dexter Shaw, b. April 26, 1895, Early, Iowa, 
living in Early, Iowa. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

4. FRANK WALKER SHA W, b. July 5, 1854, Oswego, 111., 

d. Sept. 20, 1878, a. 24, i. Grinnell, 
Iowa. Yes. 
married Jan. 12, 1876, Grinnell, Iowa, 

LUCY JENNETTE BAILEY, b. near Montpelier, Vt. 

(no children.) 
She married, for second husband, Charles Price, cashier of a bank in 
Vail, Iowa, and has two children. 



7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

5. WILSON KING SHAW, b. Dec. 21, 1857, Oswego, 111., 

living in Odebolt, Iowa, 
married Nov. 34, 1881, Sac City, Iowa, 

by Rev. Mr. Smilie, 
LYDIA MARY ELLINGER, b. March 30, 1862, Clinton Co., Iowa, 

dau. of Eli Ellinger and Susan Ferry. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Maude King Shaw, b. April 21, 1883, Odebolt, Iowa, 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 

2. Charles Wilson Shaw, b. Oct. 23, 1884, Odebolt, Iowa, 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 

3. Edith Marion Shaw, b. May 1, 1886, Odebolt, Iowa, 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 

4. Bennie Lawrence Shaw, b. Jan. 16, 1888, Odebolt, Iowa, 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 

5. Earl Dexter Shaw, b. Sept. 2, 1890, Odebolt, Iowa, 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 

6. Joseph Lloyd Shaw, b. Aug. 9, 1894, Odebolt, Iowa, 

living in Odebolt, Iowa. 



Ninth Generation* 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw 

(who have married.) 

1. PHILENA SHAW married KEYES FOSTER. 

1. CHARLES D. FOSTER. 

2. FRANK KEYES FOSTER, b. Dec. 19, 1854, Palmer, 

living at 61 Wrentham St., Ashmont, 
Boston, 
married May 22, 1880, Cambridge, 

by Rev. C. Thwing, 
LUCRETIA ELLA LADD, b. Oct. 24, 1854, Montreal, Canada, 

dau. of Calvin P. Ladd and Mary Ring 
Harmon. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Charles Hawthorne Foster, b. Dec. 10, 1880, Cambridge, 

living in Boston. 

2. Hattie Victoria Foster, b. Sept. 22, 1882, Cambridge, 

living in Boston. 

3. Ella Cecile Foster, b. Oct. 3, 1884, Haverhill, 

living in Boston. 

4. Frank Cyril Foster, b. Dec. 26, 1885. Haverhill, 

d. June, 1886, i. Haverhill. 

5. Florence Emily Foster, b. Feb. 22, 1888, Boston, 

living in Boston. 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 

2. HENRY A. SHAW. 

1. CORA M. SHAW, b. Feb. 11, 1858, Springfield, 
living in Central Village, Ct. 
married Jan. 2, 1881, Preston, Ct., 

by Rev. George Bryan, 
CHARLES H. LEWIS, b. Dec. 4, 1845, Griswold, Ct., 

son of Frank C. Lewis and Marie M. Pierce. 
children. 
1. Henry Elmer Lewis, b. Jan. 30, 1884, Plainfield, Ct., 
living in Central Village, Ct. 

3. SAMUEL AUSTIN SHAW. 
3. GEORGE D. SHAW. 

1. FRED HENRY SHAW, b. Aug. 28, 1864, Springfield, 

living in Deerfield, N. Y. 
married Aug. 25, 1886, Utica, N. Y., 

by Rev. F. H. Beck, 
HATTIE PAULINE KESSLER, b. Feb 22, 1862, Utica, N. Y., 

dau. of George V. Kessler and Henrietta 

P. Fleichmann. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Lucretia p. Shaw, b. Oct. 2, 1887, Utica, N. Y., 
living in Deerfield, N. Y. 



Ninth Generation— Continued. 



Records of the great-grandchildren of 8 Lucy King Shaw. 

6. CHARLOTTE SHAW married CHARLES MASON. 

1. LUCYETTE E. MASON married WATSON D. WILCOX. 
1. CHARLES H. WILCOX, b. March 30, 1869, Washington, Pa., 

living in Springfield, 
married May 11, 1895, New Haven, Ct., 

by George Bushnell, D. D., 
HATTIE PETT, b. April 10, 1870, Danzing, Germany. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

1. MARION EMILY SHAW married WILLIAM EDWARD CATON. 
1. FRED. EDWARD CATON, b. April 22, 1808. Plainfield, 111., 

living in Ekalaka, Mont, 
married Oct 8,1890, Yankton, So, Dakota, 
NELLIE LONGWELL VANDEGRIFT, b. , Pittsburg, Pa. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Robert Vandegrift Caton, b. July 30, 1891, Ekalaka, Montana. 

2. KiTTiE Marie Caton, b. Aug. 26, 1892, Ekalaka, Montana. 

3. Fred. Edward Caton, Jr., b. Oct. 2, 1893, Ekalaka, Montana. 

4. William Penn Caton, b. Sept. 3, 1895, Ekalaka, Montana. 

7. CHARLES DEXTER SHAW. 

1. MARION EMILY SHAW. 

3. ROBERT FAIRLIE CATON, b. July 25, 1873, Fontenette, Iowa. 

married June 13, 1895, Windsor, Ontario, 

Canada, 
MILDRED E. MESSENGER, 

CHILDREN. 

1. Dorothy Gladys Caton, b. May 13, 1896, Knowlton, Montana. 



APPENDIX 



113 



The following article, published in " The Youths' Companion,'^ September 12, 1895, 
expresses a sentiment well worth cultivating, and it seems proper to give it a 
place in this work. 

STUDYING OUR ANCESTRY. 

The New England Histoi-ic- Genealogical Society celebrated its fiftieth anniver- 
sary in Boston recently. The progress of this society and its vitality are proof that 
our people have a growing interest in the study of their lineage. The society's great 
collection of town and county histories and family genealogies is consulted by 
thousands of persons every year in search of missing links in the family record. It 
has become a sort of American College of Heraldry, or as near an approach to that 
institution as we are likely to have. 

The family coat of-arms plays no part in this genealogical revival; we attach 
little importance to insignia which are accorded such fictitious value abroad. They 
count for nothing at all in a land of equal opportunities. Who our grandparents 
were is itself a question of minor importance in comparison with what we ourselves 
are. 

But it is possible to carry indifference as to ancestry too far. The person who 
does not know the names of his grandparents lacks at least one element of good 
citizenship. He has no pride in the part his own people, however humble, have 
plaj'^ed in the development of our institutions. 

The study of genealogy teaches two lessons, at least. One is that the lives, the 
labors and the sacrifices of every family contributed a share toward the shaping of 
our institutions. Another is, that our ancestors all started even in the race, and 
pedigree counted for nothing. 

Most American families begin their genealogical tree with the stout-hearted 
immigrant who crossed the ocean, forgetting to bring his family record v^ith him. 
His oversight it is impossible to make good in most cases, and it is of no great conse- 
quence in any case ; but from the date of his arrival it ought to be possilDle to trace 
the lineage of every family. Wherever it can not be done, the family or public 
records are defective or destroyed. 

The trouble and perplexity occasioned by these defects should teach every family, 
every township and municipality the importance of making and preserving the 
records of births, marriages and deaths. An astonishing negligence still prevails in 
these matters, which coming generations will deplore, and for which there is no 
excuse. 

The study of the family genealogy is profitable and entertaining. To trace back 
the links in the chain of descent suggests an approximation to universal kinship. 
The progeny of the original New England families has multiplied upon the face of the 
earth like the locusts of Egypt. In New England itself, throughout the middle states, 
in the great northwest, every new generation commingles the blood of families not 
allied before. 

The progenitors of every person directly represent four families in his grand- 
parents ; these four families widen out into eight in the third generation ; and so 
continuing by geometrical progression until in the eighth generation, which will 
cover the American genealogy of the majority of our native-born citizens, it contains 
an array of two hundred and fifty -six direct ancestors, the accumulation of about 
two hundred years. 

Each new family introduced into the pedigree has generally consisted of numer- 
ous branches; marriage has carried their blood into hundreds of other families, and 
created for each descendant of ever3^ family a collateral kinship that becomes like the 
sands of the sea. Intermarriages temporarily arrest the widening of the circle; 
mathematics is halted by other difficulties if it seeks to count the kinship. But we 
can not be sitre that the stranger who jostles us on the street is not a blood relative, 
more or less removed. 

The genealogical tree is thus a veritable banyan, and its roots bind us to the 
present as well as the past. To know its trunk branches is all that is possible to 
most of us ; but that is enough to lead us far into the nooks and crannies of early 
New England life, and to open up to us the inner histor3^ of the beginnings of our 
social and political structure. From a better knowledge of our family history will 
come a fuller appreciation of the privileges and blessings of to-day. 



114 



Records pertaining to Other Brandies of Elder THOMAS KING'S 
Descendants. 

From Hingham Town Records, we find that: 
FOURTH GENERATION. 

4 BENJAMIN KING (son of John and Rebecca, of Marshfield), by 
wife Sarah, had children as follows: 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1. Benjamin King, Jr., b. March 23, 1746, d. June 22, 1812, a. 66. 

2. Ruth King, b. Sept. 16, 1748. 

3. Thomas King, b. March 10, 1750, was a soldier in the Revoluiionary war. 

4. Elisha King, b. Nov. 9, 1753. 

5. John King, b. Aug. 9, 1755. 

6. Sarah King, b. March 30, 1757. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

3 THOMAS KING married Abigail Lane, 1782, and had children as 
follows: 
SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Sally King, b. June 10, 1783. 

2. Polly King, b. Dec. 3, 1785, m. Isaac Gilkey, July 11, 1802. 

3. Nabby King, b. Sept. 11, 1792, m. Joseph Woodward, Jan. 25, 1813. 

4. Thomas King, Jr., b. March 25, 1802. 

Thomas King, senior, d. Nov. 22, 1805; Abigail, d. Sept., 1823. 



Tradition says that -1 William Kings brother 2 Thomas, born in Marsh- 
field, 1736, removed with his father to Norwich, Conn., in 1747, and became 
a sea captain. The following item, found in "Ancient History of Norwich," 
would seem to confirm the tradition: 

"In January, 1782, Captain Thomas King sailed for the West Indies in 
a new sloop. On the voyage a tropical storm and a hostile vessel came bear- 
ing down on him at the same time. In striving to escape the enemy, he was 
upset by the hurricane and his sloop left a total wreck. He and his men 
were taken off by the British and carried prisoners to Antigua." 

On church record of Hanover Society, Norwich, Ct., we find this record: 
Benjamin, son of Thomas King and Mehitable, his wife, born June 21, 1770. 

On church records of Newent Society, Norwich, Ct. (which adjoins Han- 
over), are the following baptisms: 

In 1758, March 3, John King, son of John King. 
" 1762, July 18, John King, 
" 1764, April 6, Elizabeth King, daughter of John King. 

In 1752 a list of the members was put on record; at the close the follow- 
ing entry: " Desirous to be recommended to ye first church of Newent, these: 
The wife of John King, and Joseph King and his wife." (See note.) 

Note. — This John was probably the elder brother of our 4 William, born in Marsh- 
field, 1731. The Joseph above referred to may have been a brother of William, or he may 
have been his uncle Joseph, son of John and Rebecca, born in Marshfield, 1707. 

115 



Other Branches of Elder THOMAS KING'S DescencJants-Continoed. 



THIRD GENERATION. 

4 DANIEL KING, b. Scituate, 1675 (son of Deacon Thomas), had 
children: 1 Daniel, Jr., 2 Robert, 3 Elizabeth and 4 Mehitable. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

7 ICHABOD KING, b. 1680 (son of Deacon Thomas), married Han- 
nah , and had numerous posterity. 

CHILDREN. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

1. Hannah King, b. May 17, 1702. 

2. Thomas King, b. Dec. 17, 1703. 

3. Jane King, b. Feb. 17, 1705, married Ebenezer Jones, March 19, 1727. 

(Marshfield Records.^ 

The records of this branch may be found in " The Foster Record," 
published 1889, by Frank M. Hawes, Somerville, Mass. One of these 
descendants married into the Foster family. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

8 GEORGE KING, b. 1682 (son of Deacon Thomas), married Deborah 
Briggs, July 12, 1710, daughter of Captain John Briggs and his wife Deborah, 
who became the second wife of Deacon Thomas King. 

CHILDREN. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

1. Deborah King, b. April 11, 1711, d. Jan. 29, 1724, a. 13. 

2. Rhoda King, b. July 2, 1713, m. John James, Jr., July 16, 1730. 

3. Lydia King, b. Dec. 26, 1716, m. Joseph Gushing, Jr., March 29, 1783. 

4. Sarah King, b. June 6, 1719, d. May 4, 1723, a. 4. 

8 George King, died 1754. His will, dated June 30, 1754, gives to 
wife Deborah, etc., etc. To grandson John James, son of my dau. Rhoda, 
etc., etc. To my daughter Lydia Gushing, etc., etc. Wife, Deborah King, 
executrix, — Vol. 13, pages 335-8, Plymouth Probate Records. 

The wife died soon, her will dated July 3, 1754 (three days after date of 
her husband's will). — Vol. 15, pages 36-7. 

For more matter relating to this family, see will of Deborah Briggs King, 
Senior, dated May 7, 1711. — Plymouth Probate Records, Vol. 3, pages 81, 
82, 83. 

Also, Record of Deeds, Vol. 10, page 441, year 1710. Division of land, 
showing that the father of the above mentioned Capt. John Briggs was Walter 
Briggs, who also had two other sons, Lieut. James Briggs and Joseph Briggs, 
and a daughter, Rebecca Briggs. 

Full consent of Thomas King, Deborah Briggs King and Rebecca Briggs. 



MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS. 



In the years 1634 to 1638, there were quite a number of persons by the 
name of King who came to this country, and all from England, From the 
New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 14, we find the 
following list: 

bhip Elizabeth, from Ipswich, 1034. 



Thomas, 



William, 

Robert, 

Richard, 

Mitchell, 

Edward, 

John, 



age 10 

'• 19 

•' 21 

" 24 

" 27 

" 28 

'■ 18 

•' 24 

" 23, 

" 27, 

" 25 

" 30 



Blessing, 

Expedition, 

Wm. & John, 

Abigail, 

Paul, 

Confidence, 

Elizabeth, 

Alexander, 

Downs, 



London, 



1G35. (our ancestor. 



Southampton. 1638. 
1635. 



Clement King was an inhabitant of Marshfield as early as 1669. We find 
on record there, Johanna, dau. of Clement King, b. Sept., between 1668 and 
1672. 

In the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 8, page 
192, Susanna, dau. of Clement King, died June 19, 1669. 

We learn further from " Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode 
Island," page 117, that this Clement King was a freeman in Marshfield in 
1682, and bought 100 acres of land in Rhode Island, May 20, 1687, and was 
living in Providence, R. I., in 1688. He died 1694. His widow, Elizabeth, 
married a Mr. Barnes; she died in Swansey, and appointed her son, John 
King, of Providence, administrator on her estate. 

Clement King and Elizabeth had children besides Johanna and Susanna, 
namely, John, James and Thomas. 



William Kinge, born about 1595, embarked from Weymouth, Dorsetshire, 
England, March 20th, 1635, with wife Dorothy and five children. He settled 
at Salem, Mass., where he was made freeman. May 25, 1636, and received 
grants of land. Five lines of his descent have been traced in the Pedigree of 
King of Salem, compiled by Rufus King of Yonkers, New York, in 1887. 



\T i/ . \ Weymouth Records. 

■)/ '* 

/ In the distribution of land in Weymouth: 

1 First distribution, 1642, John King received 10 acres. 
\ Second " 1651, '' " " a lot. 

Third " 1663, " " (seaman) " lot No. 35, 7 acres. 

" " " " (planter) " " " 64, 8 " 

John King, by wife Esther, had Fearnot, b. 1655; John , b. 1659, died 
soon; John 2d. b. 1661 ; Esther, b. 1664; Patience, b. 1668. 

Thomas Bailey, of Weymouth, 1640, d. 1680, had daughter Esther who 
married John King. — New England Historical Register, Vol. 46, p. 186. 

The will of John King, of Weymouth, dated 1691, Vol. 8, p. 40, Suffolk 
County Probate Records, mentions wife Esther and her father, Thomas 
Bayley, also two youngest daughters. Patience and Johanna, and daughters 
Sarah Bogle, Susan and Esther King; sons, Samuel, Hezekiah and John. 

Samuel King, by wife Experience, had Susanna, b. 1659; Elizabeth, b. 
1662. The will of Samuel King, of Weymouth, dated 1712, Vol. 17, pages 
432-3, mentions wife Experience, sons John and Hezekiah, and six daugh- 
ters, Susanna, Elizabeth, Experience, Sarah, Hannah and Abigail. 

Hezekiah King, by wife Mary, had Mary, b, 1679; Abigail, b. 1681; 
Samuel, b. 1686. The will of Hezekiah King, of Weymouth, dated 1765, 
Vol. 64, pages 247-8, mentions Jonathan Hollis and his wife Susanna Hollis, 
and their sons, Simeon, David, Jonathan and Benjamin Hollis. 

The will of John King, of Weymouth, dated 1756, Vol. 51, pages 100-1, 
mentions wife but not by name, gives her his whole estate, and at her decease, 
half to Jonathan Hollis and half to Thomas Hollis, sons of Thomas Hollis. 
Item: To A. Holbrook, &c., &c. 
yif^L ^T^ayv^^- Thomas King, by wife Mary, had John, b. 1670; Mary, b. 1673. 

Mary, daughter of John King, of Weymouth, married Josiah Chapin, 
1658.— New England Historical Register, Vol. 45, page 312. 

Dorothie, wife of John King (seaman), deceased, 1652. — New England 
Historical Register, Vol. 8, page 60. 

John King, Jr., mortgages land in Weymouth to Thomas Dyer, 1664. — 
Suffolk County Deeds, Vol. 5. 

John King is mentioned as schoolmaster in Weymouth, 1697. — Wey- 
mouth History. 

" Savage " says, the descendants of John King (seaman) and John King 
(planter) have puzzled many genealogists. We can well believe it. 

Note. — Mr. M. F. King, Portland, Maine , has devoted much time and attention to 
these Weymouth families and their <:j,fescendants, and has secured much valuable material. 



In conclusion* ^ 



The blank pages following index, 1 trust, will be 
utilized by the families having this book (and their 
descendants), in keeping up the family records as 
far as possible, not only of their own immediate 
family, but of all their kin, and so keep the records 
unbroken through coming generations. 

With love to you all, and thanks for your 
subscriptions, which have enabled me to secure 
and preserve these records, I am. 



Yours truly, HARVEY B. KING. 

October i, 1897, 



List of Subscribers to this Work. 



Mrs. J. V. Squier Hartford, Conn. 

Henry A. King (2 copies).. Springfield, Mass. 

Myron D. King Pittsfield, 111. 

Fred W. King Chicago, " 

Dr. C. O. Thompson (2 copies). .Boston, Mass. 

Charles G. King Monson, " 

RUFUS Flynt Palmer, " 

Charles W. King Monson, " 

ESTELLA L. MOULTON. .. .Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Edward E. Nichols Chicopee, Mass. 

Emma J. Tiffany Indiana, Penn. 

Mrs. J. B. Washburn. . .Jersey City, N. J. 
Mrs. George M. Woodward, 

Boston, Mass. 

Edward Shelton Hartford, Conn. 

Mrs. M. E. Lombard 

Mrs. Frank H. Aldrich 

E. D. Cushman Monson, Mass. 

Herbert S. King Hartford, Conn. 

Frank S. King Chicopee, Mass. 

Mrs. E. C. Elmore... E. Hartford, Conn. 
Mrs. Charles E. Farnham, Waterbury, " 

Albert J. King " 

Clarence K. Redfield .. .Kibbey, Mont. 

M. K. Sawyer Minneapolis, Minn. 

M. H. King Morgan Park, 111. 

Frank L. Bradway, 

So. Framingham, Mass 
Charles D. King Hartford, Conn. 

Mrs. Charles Dexter Shaw, Early, Iowa. 

F. K. Foster Boston, Mass. 



Mrs. Wm. K. Flynt Monson, Mass. 

Edward L. King, 

Frank M. King 

G. E. Fuller, M. D 

CFor Monson Free Library.) 

Mrs. Hiram F. Cady, Kenosha City, Wis. 



Mrs. I. N. Lawson San Diego, Cal. 

W. A. Squier Monson, Mass. 

A. L. Squier Amherst, " 

Horace Squier Monson, 

Wm. B. Nichols.. . .Highland Park, Conn. 
Mrs. W. N. Clark, Jr Ansonia, " 

E. D. King Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

John Foskett W. Willington, Conn. 

M. F. King Portland, Me. 

RuFUS King Yonkers, N. Y. 

Minnesota Historical Society, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
Rhode Island Historical Society, 

Providence, R. I. 
Western Reserve Historical Society. 

Cleveland, O. 
Worcester Free Library, 

Worcester, Mass. 
State Historical Society, 

Madison, Wis. 
Syracuse Central Library, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 
The New York Public Library, 

New York City. 



INDEX 



Descendants of William King and Hannah Lamphear King. 

572 Names. 383 now living, 1897. 













PAGE 




PAGE 


A 


c 




Abbott, Alice E 61 


Cady, Charles T. . . . 


. 37 




Alice M. 








51, 61 


Florence A. . . . 


. 37 




Frank L. 








61 


" MaryO 


37,41 




Jnlia G. . 








61 


Carter, Sabrah K. . . . 


. 88 




Lizzie M. 








51 


Mrs. John 


27, 83 


" MaryL. B. . 








51, 61 


Caton, Dorothy G. . 


. Ill 


Allison, Marion E. 








70 


" Edith M. . . . 


. 108 


Ames, Edward R. 








76 


" FredE 


108, 111 


•' MaudG. . 








76 


" FredE., Jr. . 


. Ill 


" Mav L. . 








76 


Kittie M. . . . 


. Ill 


" Winfred S. 






76, 81 


Robert F. 


108, 111 


B 


Robert Y. . . . 


. Ill 


Booth, Edward K 93 


William Penn 


. Ill 


George W. 






87 


Chadwick, Alfred B. . 


54,66 


" Harriet A. 






87,93 


Bertha A. 


54, 66 


Joseph K. 






87,93 


Bertrand W. . 


. 54 


Lo^nnia . 






. 87 


EffieE. . . 


54,66 


Sarah L. 






87,94 


IdaM. . . 


54, 66, 94 


Bradway, Ann M. 




43, 


46, 50, 60 


Jessie N. . 


. 54 




Charles M 






88, 96 


Clark, Winnie B. 


. 52 




Clavton C. 






. 96 


" Willie M. . . . 


. 52 




Earl L. 






. 97 


Ctishman, Blanche P. 


. 80 




' Elvira A. 






. 46 


Edward F. 


. 80 




Emma E. 






88, 96 


Graces. . 


. 80 




Erasmus K 






88, 96 








Florence L 






. 97 


D 






Frank L. 




S 


^8, 97, 120 


Davis, Francis M. 


. 61 




' George H. 






88,97 


" Henry M. 


50,61 




Gladys A. 








96 


" MaryL. . . . 


. 50 




Grace S. 








96 


RosellaS. 


50,60 




Harold N. 








96 


Spencer H. . . . 


. 61 




Horace H. 








. 46 








John F. 








. 46 


E 






Mary 








. 46 






' Mary M. 








. 96 


Elmore, Helen R. 


. 98 




Maud C. 








. 96 


" Joseph R. 


. 98 




Otis . 




. 46, 50, 


60, 61 


" Martins E. . 


. 98 




Ruby A. 




46, 


50, 60 


" Linwood K. . 


. 98 




Ruth N. 






. 97 


Emmons, Alice . 


. 62 




Sarah S. 




.46, 


50, 


60, 61 


Alice M. . 


. 62 



Fairfield, Elizabeth A 
" George G. 

Ida E. . 
Viola J. 
Farnham, Constance 
Fay, Katherine . 
" Robert S. . 
Ferry, Frank K. 
Flynt, Caroline W. 
Harold G. 
Hattie G. 
Mabelle K. 
William N. 
Foskett, Frankie 
IdaV. . 
" John, 
" JuHa, . 
" LoYinia 
Sarah E. 
Foster, Charles D. 
" Charles H. 
" Ella C. . 
" Florence E. 

Frank C. 

" Frank K. 

" Harriet A. 

" Hattie V. 

French, Harry G. 

Fuller, Alice G. . 

" Annie E. 

" Clara L. . 

" Frederick 

" Gardner G. 

" Henry J. . 

Robert K. 



E. 



Gaskins, Frank C. 

Gertrude H. 
" Laura E. 
Gilbert, A. Hamilton 
" Nelson M. 
Rufus R. 

Gould, . 

Green, Addie A. . 
Hattie S. . 
" Mary A. . 
Greene, Frank E., Jr. 
" Florence H. 
' ' Gardner F. 
" Marion A. 



. 39 
. 39 
38,41 
. 38 
. 89 
. 89 
84-, 89, 120 



105 



59, 70 
. 59 
59, 70 
59, 70 



. 80 
. 80 
89,98 



84-, 89, 98 
. 84- 

, 105, 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 
. 110 

, 110, 120 
102, 105 
. 110 
. 63 
39,41 
. 33 
33,40 
32,40 
. 39 
. 39 
. 33 



. 51 
. 51 
. 51 
. 76 
31, 35, 39 
31, 39, 41 
31, 39 
. 39 
. 39 
. 39 
. 39 



Greene, Robert R. 
Grosvenor, Arthur D. 
Ellen A. . 

" Frank A. 

" George E. 



Jennie 



H 



Hall, Francis E 
" George L. 
" MittieA. 
Samuel A. 
" Sarah J. 
Hamilton, Francis J. 
" James E. 
JohnO. 
Hastings, Albert P. 
" Joseph M. 
" Martha A. 

Hazard, Fannie G. 

" Julia L. 
Hoag, Frances M. 

" Leland 
Hungerford, Constance H 

Robert A. 
Hunn, Elvira E. . 



Ingalls 



Albert E. 
Charles A. 
Eddie . 
Frank . 
Freddie . 
George M. 
Lora 
Lucy J. . 
Philo . 
Sarah E. 
Stephen 
Sxisie L. 



PAGE 

39 
53 
53 
53 
53 
53, 63 



103, 107 

. 103 

103, 107 

103, 106 

103, 107 

. 78 

. 81 

78, 81 

. 102 

. 102 

. 102 

. 40 

. 40 

. 66 

. 66 

. 61 

. 61 

74, 78, 82 

30, 37, 41 
30 
87 
37 
37 
30 
37,41 
30, 37, 41 
. 30 
. 30 
. 30 
37,41 



K 

Kibbe, Inez H 60 

King, Adelaide C. . . . 31, 38 

Adeliza P 29 

" Albert E 90 

" Albert J. . 83,85,90,98,120 

Alice B 90 

Alice M 34 

" Amasa, 4, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27 to 

41, 47, 58, 83. 
" Amasa, Jr. . 27,29,33,40. 
" Ames 35 





PAGE 


PAGE 


ng, Annie E. . 


90, 98 


King, Howard B 35 


Arthur D. . 


. 34 


Irene 87 


Austin 


. 27, 30, 35, 36 


" James M 27, 28 


Azuba 


. 27,31,39,41 


" Jennie L 30, 36 


Bernice L. . 


. 91 


" Jessie 98 


Carrie E. . 


32, 40 


" Jessie Leila ... 92, 98 


Carrie G. . 


. 91 


" John, 4, 19, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 32, 


Carrie L. . 


. 35 


40, 58, 71. 


Charles D. 


. 89, 99, 120 


" John,Jr 71 


Charles G. 


. 30, 35, 120 


" Julia M. . . . 29, 34, 40 


Charles W. 


. 32, 120 


" Lewis . . 27, 28, 32, 40 


Charlotte S. 


. 30 


Lewis Albert .... 91 


Clarence W. 


. 35 


Lotties 30 


Daisy P. . 


. 36 


Lovinia . . 83, 87, 93, 94 


Dan R. . 


. 92 


" LucinaW 28 


Delia E. . 


. 35 


" Lucy . . 4, 19, 23, 101 to 111 


D wight, 27, 2S 


, 29, 34, 35, 40, 58 


" Lydia 25 


Dwight N. 


. 28 


" Lyndle C 34 


Edward L. 


28, 32, 40, 120 


" Mabel T 91 


Edwin 


. 26 


Martins 83 


Edith M. . 


. 89 


Martins Davies ... 98 


Elmer R. . 


. 35 


" Martins Henry, 86, 90, 92, 98, 99, 


Eliza A. . 


. S3 


120. 


Emma E. . 


31,38,41 


Martins Walter ... 92 


Emily L. . 


92, 99 


" Maria L 29, 33 


Erasmus . 


83, 84, 89, 99 


" Mary . . 27, 30, 37, 41 


Erasmus D. 


84, 89, 99, 120 


" MaryR. . . . 28,32.40 


Esther G. . 


. 93 


" MayG 35 


Frank H. . 


29, 33 


" Miles B 30 


Frank M. . 


29,34,38, 120 


" Morania . . 83, 88, 96, 97 


Franks. . 


. 86, 93, 120 


" Myron D. . . . 29, 34, 120 


Flora M. . 


. 94 


Norman L 92 


Florence M. 


. . . 34 


" Orrin .... 25, 27, 29 


Fred Heber 


. 90 


" Orrin, Jr 29 


Fred Howard 


. 92 


Oscar D 28 


Fred William 


. 31, 38, 120 


" Paul 36 


George M. 


29, 33 


" Polly,4,19,23,25,28,43 to 70,84,94 


Harriet 


. 83 


" Robert H 91 


Harriet Eliza 


83, 87, 95 


Robert K 36 


Harry E. . 


92, 98 


Robert P 89 


Harry M. . 


. 36 


" Rose E. . . . 31, 34, 38 


Harvey 


83, 85, 90, 91, 98 


Rosie . . . . 87, 94 


Harvey B. 


1,5,85,91, 119 


" Roswell, 3, 4, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 


Harvey J. . 


. 85 


27, 43, 44, 58, 83 to 99. 


Harvey R. W. 


. 91 


" Roswell M. . 83, 85, 87, 94 


Henry . 83 


, 86, 92, 93, 98, 99 


" Roxie L 28, 32 


Henry A. . 


17, 24, 29, 35, 120 


" Ruby ... 83, 86, 93, 99 


Henry W. . 


27, 28 


" Sabrah A 83, 88 


Herbert A. 


. 93 


" Sally ... 83, 84, 89, 98 


Herbert S. 


66, 87, 94, 120 


" Sally . . 4, 19, 23, 73 to 82 


Hiram 


27, 28, 32 


" Sarah N 85 



123 











PAGE 








PAGE 


Ki 


ng, Sophronia 

' Stanley . 

Vinton S. . 






29, 33, 40 Mou 
. 35 
. 34 


ton, Josephine . 
Julia A. . 
Laura E. . 




43, 


49, 59, 70 
46,52 
46, 51 




' Viola . 






. 87 


Lucy . 43 


,48 


58, 


59, 69, 70 




' Walter . 4 


, 19 


21, 


23, 24, 26 


Marion R. . 






. 51 




' Walter R. . 






. 36 


Polly King 






42 to 72 




' Warren R. 






. 32 


Ralph R. . 






. 51 




' Whitney B. 






28, 32 


Ruby . 43 


,48 


56, 


57, 68, 69 




' Wills . 


4 


19, 


21, 23, 25 


Sally . 


43 


46, 


50, 60, 61 




' WilHam, 21, 26 


,27 


31, 


38, 41, 71 


Susan L. . 






. 49 




' William' H. 






30, 36. 71 


Theodore D 






. 46 




' Wyles A. . 






27, 30, 35 


Theodore W 






. 46 


L 

Latham, Harold S. 








Walter H. 






. 51 






. 63 


WilHam C. . 






. 51 


Lawson, Evelyn 






67 


N 








Iver N. . 






67 Niche 


)ls, Almira P. 




47, 


53, 63, 64 


Leonard, Edith G. 






. 58 


Byron H. 






. 64 


Grace E. 






58, 69 


Charles H. 






. 54 


Helen M. 






. 69 


Charlotte A. 






64 


Martha J. 






48, 59, 70 


Clinton G. 






. 54 


Mary S. 






58, 69 


Edward A. 






54, 64 


Milton L. 






48, 58, 69 


Edward E. 




47, 55, 67, 120 


" M^^ron W. 






58, 69 


Ellen J. . 






47, 55, 67 


Nellie L. 






. 58 


EmeHne E. 


43 


47, 


55, 67, 68 


Ruth . 






. 69 


Frank A. 






54, 64 


Wyles . 






48, 58 


George 0. 






54, 65 


Lewis, Henry E. 






. 110 


Harold W. 






. 65 


Lombard, Grace M. 






. 69 


Harriet 






47, 53, 94 


Wyman C. 






. 69 


Harriet E. 






55, 67 


Lull, Gladys F. . 






. 60 


Jennie M. 






. . 64 


" Lizzie L. 






. 50 


Jessie 






54, 65 


" Marcius R. . 






50, 60 


JoelM. . 






54, 65 


" Minnie M. . 






. 50 


Joel Martin 






. 65 


" Ralph M. . 






. 60 


Laura A. 


43 


47, 


54, 66, 94 


M 

Mason, Charlotte E. 
Lucyette E. 
Sarah E. 
McKnight, John D., 2 
Merchant, George F. 
Moulton, Arthur H. 
" Dwight 

Elizabeth A 
Estella L. 
Flora B. 








Lida M. 






. 64 


101 

d 


,10- 
.43, 


• 104 [[ 
t, 107, 111 [[ 
. 104, 108 [\ 

■ ^0 ■' 

• 51 [\ 

49, 59, 70 "^ 
46, 51, 61 [^ 
■ 49, 120 

• 51 \[ 


Luc3' M. 
Martha 
Maud A. 
Myrtle E. 
Nelson J. 
Raymond E. 
Robert . 
Ruby M. 
Ruth M. 
William B. 


47, 


47, 52, 62, 63 
47, 53 
. 55 
. 64 
54, 65 
. 65 
. 55 
47, 53, 63 
. 65 
54, 64, 65, 120 


Harriet, 4 


3, 4 


7, £ 


2, 53, 54, 


WiUiam J. 






54, 64 


55, 62-3-4 


t-5-6 


-7-8 


94. 


P 








Helen M. 






51 Pain 


e, Dorris 






. 82 


" Horace 


. 43 


,46, 


51, 52, 61 


Gladys . 






. 82 




Horace D. 






46, 51 


Glennore L. 






. 82 



Paine, Horace E. 










82 Sedg 


wick, Elizabeth J. 


74, 76, 81 


" Horace R. 






78, 82 


Ellen E. . 


75, 79 


" Rexford R. 






. 82 


Emily L . 


74 


" RolfeH. . 






. 82 j 


Florence A. 


75, 80 


Parker, Arthur H. 






.95 


Frank E. . 


77, 81 


Bertha I. 






. 95 


Fred . 


. 76 


Clarence 






87, 95 


George F. . 


74, 77, 81 


Forrest L. 






. 95 


Gould 


. 76 


George H. 




• 


87, 95 


Grace 


. 76 


" Herbert F. 






87, 95 


Hannah . 


. . 73, 75 


Herbert L. 






. 99 


Harriet 


73, 75 


Katherine A. 








99 1 


' Harry A. . 


. 79 


King L. . 








99 J 


Herbert 


. 75 


Louis K. 








95 j 


H. Newton 


. 74 


Ramond C. 








95 


Homer G. . 


75, 79, 82 


Roswell K. 








■^7, 95 


Hubert M. 


77 


" Wyla S. . 








95 


Jane . 


. 74 


Pease, Helen M. 










38 


Jared . 


. . . 75 


Peck, Addie L. 










79 1 


Jean H. . 


79, 82 


" Edward M 










79 1 


John . 


. 75 


" Luther 










79 i 


Josephine A. 


75, 80 


" MaryS. 










79 j 


King . 


73, 74, 76, 81 


" Rufus F. 










79 


Leslie 


. 76 


Penny Bessie E. 










63 


Louis B. . 


. 79 


" Ethel 










63 i 


Marcus 


73, 74, 77 


" Etta G. 










63 


Martin, Jr., ' 


■3, 75, 79, 80, 82 


Herbert 










63 


Mary A. . 


. . 75, 79 


" Leland 










63 ' 


Morton 


74, 78 


" Minnie 










63 j 


Nellie . . 


. 76 


Ray . 










63 


Otis . . ' 


■3. 74, 77, 78, 81 


Poniroy, Orrin, Jr. 








25 


Otis \V. . 


77 


j 

R I 

Redfield, Clarence K. . . 94, 120 ! 


Philo 


73, 74 


Ralph H. . 


. . . 82 




Ralph S. . 


. 79 


s 


Ruby . 


73, 74, 78, 82 


Sawyer Cassius C 86 j 


RubyM. . 


74, 76, 81 


Charles W. 




. . 93 j 


Sally King 


. 72 to 82 


HuldahS. 




. 86 j 


Sarah 


73, 74, 77 


IdaE. . 




93, 99 


Shepard K. 


74, 76 


MableJ. 




. . 93 


Stanley 


. . . 76 


Martius K. 




86, 93, 99, 120 


Susan J. . 


75, 80 


Ruby A. 




. 93 ! 


Willard E. 


. 81 


Willard M. 




. 93 Shav 


', Bennie L. 


. 109 


Sedgwick, Adaline 




. . . 73 i ■■ 


Betsy 


. 101, 102 


Alice . 




. 74 ; 


Charles Dexter, 


101, 104, 108, 


AlmiraJ. 




74, 78, 81 


109, 111, 120 




Anson G. 




. 74 


Charles Dwight 


. 108 


Bessie R. 




. 76 


Charles M. . 


. 104, 108 


Butler 




. 74, 77 


Charles Wilson 


. 109 


Converse 




74, 77 


Charles W. . 


. 103, 106 


Elansc 


n 








75 1 " 


Charlotte 


. 101, 104, 111 



125 



Shaw, Cora M. . 

" Duane D. 

" Earl D. . 

" Edith M. 

" Edna M. 

Edward J. 

" Francis H. 

" Frank W. 

" Fred H. 

" Genevra A. 

" George D. 

" GlendoraJ. 

" Harriet M. 

" Harry A. 

" Henry A. 

" John C. . 

" John H. . 

" Joseph L. 

" Lewis A. . 

" Lucy 

" Lucy King, 

" Lucretia P. 

" Marion E. 

" Martha . 

MaryE. . 

" Maud K. . 

" Moses 

" Philena . 



PAGE 

105, 110 
109 
109 
109 
108 
104 
103 

104, 109 

106, 110 
103, 106 
106, 110 
103, 106 

103, 105 
. 104 

105, 110 
. 103 
. 105 
. 109 

104, 109 

103, 106, 107 
101 to 111 

. 110 

104, 108, 111 
. 103 
. 103 
. 109 
. 101 

101, 102, 105, 110 



101 



103 



103 



Samuel A., 101, 103, 105, 106, 110 
SethW 108 



" Wilson K. 
Shelton, Charles E, 
" Eva L. . 
Mabel E. 
Wilbur N. 
Sherman, Frederick H 

Lucy H. 
Scjuier, Albert L. 
" Arba 
" Donald G. 
" Edward C. 
" Harold R. 
" Helen M. 
" Horace . 
" LaRoy 
" Lizzie A. . 
" Miner L. 
" Nellie F. 
" Ralph L. 
Robert K. 
Rose R. . 



104, 109 
. 55 
. 55 
. 55 
55, 67 
. 107 
. 107 
56, 68, 120 

48, 56, 68 
. 68 
. 56 
. 57 
. 57 
48, 56, 68, 120 

48, 57, 69 
. 56 
. 69 
. 56 
57,69 
. 68 
. 57 



Squier, Ruby M. 
" Sarah 

Sarah M. 
" Solomon 
' ' Weslej' 
" Wesley A. 
" Wilbur . 
Strong, Charles W. 

Clinton E. 

Clinton F. 
" Edgar E. 

Edith . 

Elizabeth 

EllaS. . 

EvaC. . 

Herbert W. 
" Jane M. 
" Jennie M. 
" Minnie A. 

William N. 



. 68 
. 48 
56, 68 
48, 56 
. 48 
56, 68, 120 
. 56 
52, 62 
. 62 
. 52 
52, 62 
. 62 
. 62 
. 52 
52, 62 
. 62 
. 52 
. 52 
52, 63 
. 52 



Thompson, Herbert W. . . .96 

" Howard K. . .40 

Lillian I. ... 96 

Robert C. ... 96 

Tiffany, Emma J. . . . 59,120 

Herbert G 59 

" Laura E 59 

Mary L. . . . 59, 70 

Paul B 59 

Ruth M 59 

Tracy, Charles H 65 

" Jessie M. .... 65 

Washburn, Adin H. . . . 50, 60 

Edgar A. ... 60 

Edgar E. ... 60 

George E. ... 60 

Harry A. ... 60 

Junius B. . 50, 60, 120 

" Junion .... 50 

" Ladorence ... 50 

Minnie O. ... 60 

Waterman, Fannie G. ... 34 

Fanny .... 34 

Harry B. ... 34 

Martha K. . . .34 

MaryR. . . . 34,40 

William K. ... 34 

WilHam R. . . .34 

White, Alice A 32 



126 



White, Amy K. . 
" Laura E. 
" Marj- E. 
Wilcox, Charles H. . 
William M. . 
Willey, Emmerette A. 
" Henrietta I. . 
Henry 0. 
Woodward, Charles M. 
Clayton N. 



. 32 
. 32 
. 32 
107, 111 
. 107 
53,63 
53, 64 
53, 64 
55, 68 
55, 67 



Woodward, George E. 
" Marion . 

Robert H. 
Wynes, Bertha A. 
" EllaM. • 



55, 67 
67 

. 67 
94 

. 94 



Y 

Yule, Charles 1 41 

" Frank C 41 

" Herbert M 41 




INDEX 



Other Names than the Descendants of William King and 
Hannah Lamphear. 

Over 1,000 Names. 

[The names of clergymen who officiated at marriages are omitted here, being of no value 
in a genealogical view.] 









PAGE 










PAGE 


A 


Bartlett, Susie B 99 


Abbott, Rev. Thomas J. . . 51,61 


Martin R. . 








99 


Thomas M. . 




51, 61 


Batchelder, Lydia 








61 


Samuel E. 






. 61 


Bayley, Thomas 








118 


WilHe A. 






. 61 


Belcher, Carlista 








96 


Abel, Sarah M. . 






. 74 


Norman 








96 


Achison, Elizabeth 






. 67 


Benner, Mary 








54 


Adams, Polly Maria 






. 107 


Best, E. Stewart 








68 


Alden, Azel . 






. 107 


" W. S. . . 








68 


" John 






. 107 


Bevins, EHza A. . 








95 


Aldrich, Consider 






. 69 


Bingham, Caroline E 








62 


Frank H. 






69, 120 


Birchard, Jonah 








18 


Allen, Ahce A. . 






. 65 


Bisby, Ehsha, Jr. 








11 


Allison, Elmer W. 






. 70 


" Sarah 








11 


" Robert W. 






. 70 


Blackwell, Thankful 








102 


Ames, Eliza 






. 28 


Blake, Marinda C. 








99 


" Jar vis 






76,81 


Blakeslee, Emma 








93 


" Jonathan 






. 76 


Blan chard, Chester, 








51 


" Josiah 






. IS 


" Laura M. 








51 


Amidon, Samuel 






. 75 


" Sarah 








i4, 45 


Anderson, Bostic 






. 33 


Blodgett, Hannah A. 








58 


Martha A 




. 33 


" Eunice 








44 


Andrews, Elizabeth M. W 




. 82 


Rufus L. 








58 


Andrus, George . 




. 53 


Bogle, Sarah 








118 


Arnold, Nancy . 






. 46 


Boiden, 








75 


Thomas 






. 46 


Booth, Joseph . 








87,94 


Ashley Ellen D. . 






. 105 


Bos worth, Mr. . 








25 


" John 






. 105 


Bowers, Rebecca 








54 


Avery, Adelaide J. 






. 62 


Boyce, Alice 








91 


" Josiah B. 






. 62 


Bovden, Azel 








75 


" Lillian . 






. 31 


Ezekih . 








75 


B 


Ezekill,Jr. 








75 


Ball, Ebenezer 23 


Mary G. 








75 


Bailey, Esther 118 


Boynton, Esther M. 








93 


" LucyJ 109 


John . 








20 


" Thomas 118 


Mary . 








77 


Barber, Mary E 66 


Sarah 








20 


Barker, Joseph 27 


Brace, Minerva . 








70 


Barnes, Mr. 






. . 117 


Bradley, Ida Royce 








57 



128 











PAGE 




PAGE 


Bradt, Abigail 60 


Card, Jennie L. 


. 65 


Bradwaj^ Abel . 






. 88 


" Joshua B. 


. 65 


" Amos B. 






88, 96, 97 


Carlisle, Henry B. 


. 99 


" Arnon 






. 88 


Henry C. . 


. 99 


Betsy A. . 






. 58 


Carrey, Marj^ 


. 76 


Electa 






. 88 


Carter, John 


27,88 


" Elesar 






. 46 


Joseph . 


. 88 


Ira . 






. 97 


Caton, W. E. . . . 


108, 111 


" Naomi 






. 88 


" W. P. . . . 


. 108 


Nettie E. . 






. 97 


Chadwick, Harvey . 


. 54 


Otis . 




46, 


50, 60, 61 


John H. . . 43, 


54, 66, 94 


" Sarah 






. 96 


Chaffee, Olive . . . 


. 28 


Brainard, P0II3- , 






. 107 


Chapin, Josiah, . 


. 118 


Briggs, Deborah 




1 


2, 13, 116 


Chapman, Clark P. . 


. 34 


" Georgia E. 






. 91 


Harriet G. 


. 62 


" Lieut. James 






. 116 


" Luc3' 


32,33 


" James B. 






91, 85 


Rosebelle 


. 34 


" Jencks . 






. 91 


Charles, Mrs. Mary . 


. 47 


" Job . . 






85,91 


Childs, Betsy . 


32 


John 






14, 91 


Chittenden, Dency 


. 94 


Capt. John 






13, 116 


Clap, Abigail . . . 


. 12 


" Joseph . 




s 


5, 91, 116 


" Elizabeth . 


. 12 


" Rebeckah 






. 116 


" Richard . 


. 12 


Sarah . 








85 


" Samuel 


. 13 


" Walter . 








116 


" Dea. Thomas . 


. 12 


Brooks, Katherine . 








106 


Clark, Ida . 


. 81 


" Susan . 








52 


" Lorin H. 


. 95 


Brown, Betsy 








4, 71 


" Mary A. . 


. 95 


Elizabeth C. 








36 


" Nancy 


. 51 


" Lenora . 








37 


Nathaniel 


. 18 


" Norman 








37 


" W. N. . . . 


. 52 


' ' Prudence 








102 


" W. N.,Jr. 


52, 120 


Buckland, Sarah I. 








94 


Clarke, Aaron . 


. 62 


Bugbee, Esther . 








44 


Mary E. 


. 62 


Burchard, Alma 








32 


Chft, Lydia 


. 17 


Burgess, Jane E. 








105 


" Mary 


14, 16, 17 


Joseph C. 








105 


" Samuel 


. 17 


Burnett, Ann C. 








35 


" Wills .... 


. 17 


Elizabeth M 








108 


" WilHam, . 


. 7, 16, 17 


Burt, DaYid 








28 


" Jr. . . 


. 17 


" Emeline 








28 


Colburn, Orrin . 


. 44 


Bushnell, Joseph 








18 


Colton, Lucretia 


. 71 


Nathan, Jr. 






17 


Rev. Simeon 


. 71 


c 


Coukey, Elizabeth E. 


. 93 


Vv'illard 


. 93 


Cady, Absalom 37 


Connor, Mattie I. 


68 


" Emeline 69 


" Thomas 


. 68 


" Hiram F. . . 37, 41, 120 


Converse, Almira 


. 74 


Calkins, James .... '55 


Eudocia C. 


35, 39 


Lucy 55 


" Stephen 


. 74 


Callan, Kitty 








108 


Cook, Hannah . 


. 75 



129 



Cooky, Elizabeth 






PAGE 

. 105 




E 






Cooper, John . 




. 17 


Eames, Josiah 


Cowles, Calista 




. 98 


Easton, Alma . . , 




Elizabeth . 




. 52 


Eaton, 




" Louisa . 




. 77 


" Clarissa . 






Crance, Mary E. 




. 81 


" Rev. James M. 






" Nelson . 




. 81 


" James W. 






Cross, Liicinda . 




. 79 


Edson, 






Cummings, Sophronia L. 




. 69 


Eldred, Charles . 






Ctirtis, Hannah . 




. 87 


Hattie M. 






Cushing, John . 




11,13 


Elhnger, Eli 






" Joseph 




. 11 


" Lydia M. . 






" Lydia . 




. 116 


Ells, Nathaniel . 






Cushman, Edward D. 




80, 120 


Elmore, ElHott C. . 




9i 


Robert H. 




. 41 


Joseph . 






" Solomon F. 




41,80 


Elsbree, Susan E. 






Cutler, Catherine 




. 87 


Ely, Archibald . . 








" Helen M. . 






D 


Emmons, Edward G. 






Daggett, Joel 54- 


" Horace 






Maria 






. 54 


Estin, Elizabeth A. . 






Daniels, Anna G. 






. 61 


" Rev. Samuel . 






Davies, David T. 






. 98 




Sadie 






. 98 


F 


Davis, Abigail . 






. 50 


Fairfield, Lorenzo G. . . . 


" Barnabus 






11, 20 


Samuel E. . 






" Capt. 






. 84 


Fairman, Miner F. . 






" Henry B. 






50, 60, 61 


Nellie . . 






" Hopewell 






. 20 


Sarah A. . 






" Horace . 






. 50 


Fales, Lucy Paine 






Sarah 






. 20 


Fargo, Julia A. . 






Day, Ellen A. . 






. 109 


Farnham, Charles E. 




9i 


" James A. . 






. 109 


Edgar . 






Dean, . 






4 


Farnam, Elizabeth . 






" Betsy 






. 25 


Fay, Mary . 






" Samuel . 






10, 12, 13 


" Rufus . 








" Sophronia, 






. 89 


" Rufus F. 








Dennison, Hannah 






. 37 


" WilHam 








Dibble, Matilda 






. 105 


Fearing, Sarah 








Dickinson, Addie C. 






. 81 


" Mary 








Elbridge A. 




. . 81 


Ferry, Judah 








Elizabeth 




. 101 


" Russell 








Dimmick, Sarah A. . 




95, 96 


" Susan 








Dodge, Martha . 






. 91 


Fick, Jennie 








Dunbar, Ehza . 






. 35 


Field, Carrie F. 






" Hannah 






. 57 


Firth, Fanny 






Dunham, Lois . 






. 47 


Fleichmann, Henrietta P. 






Durgy, 






. 4,26 


Fleming, Georgie V. . 






Durkee, Lucy 






. 44 


Flvnt, Joanna King . 






Dwight, Henry . 






. 73 


"" Maria L. 






Dyer, Thomas . 






. 118 


" Rufus 




c 


5, 3< 



130 











PAGE 










PAGE 


Flynt, William K. . . 38, 41, 120 


Graham, Mary 70 


" William N. 


. 


35, 38, 39 


Grout, Mary 68 


Foskett, Daniel . 




. 84 


Green, A. S. 39 


Elijah . 




84, 89, 98 


" Adaline B 29 


Foskit, Asa 




. 29 


" Daniel G. . . 31, 39, 41 


Foster, Abel W. 




. 102 


" John S 77 


" Bryant . 




. 102 


" Jonas 31 


Keyes . 




102, 105, 110 


" Josiah 77 


Sally 




90, 92 


" Robert 29 


" Solomon, 




. . 102 


" Sarah 36 


" Record . 




. 12, 13, 116 


Greene, Eliza Ann .... 89 


Fowler, Ann 




. 56 


Frank E 39 


French, George F. 




. 63 


" Reuben 39 


Jonathan 




. 18 


Grosvenor, Abel 53 


Oliver . 




. 63 


Charles . . . 53, 63 


Fuller, Charles . 




. . 33, 40 




Charlotte 




. 57 


H 


" George E. 




. 39, 41, 120 


Hale, Rev. Frank .... 68 


" Jacob 




. 18 


" Roswell . 






. 44 


" Jonathan S. 




. 39 


Hall, Ellis . 




. 10 


3, 106, 107 


" Sanford 




32, 33, 40 


" John . 






14, 16 


" Warren . 




32, 33 


" Jerusha 






. . 16 


Fulton, Rena 




. 109 


Hamilton, Amos 








. 23 




" Dea. Jame 


s 






. 78 


G 


" James 0. 








78,81 


Gallup, Edward .... 33 


John 








. 78 


" John 








. 33 


Harmon, Mary R, 








. 110 


" Maria . 








. 33 


Haskell, Alexander A 








. 82 


Galvin, Maria E. 








. 76 


Madge L. 








. 82 


Thomas 








76 


Hastings, Minerva IV 








77 


Gardner, Charles 








30 


Perry . 








102 


Eliza . 








79 


" Roswell 








77 


" Hannah 








29 


Hatch, Isaac . 








17 


John V. 








23 


Isaac, Jr. 








17 


Sophia 








30, 31 


Israel . 








14 


Gaskins, J. R. . 








66 


" Jane . 








11 


Thomas P. 








66 


" Josiah . 








17 


Gates, Emma L. 








61 


Elder Willian- 








11 


" Francis J. 








61 


Hawes, F. M. . 






1 


2,116 


" General . 








21 


Hawley, Col. J. R. 








90 


Gilbert, A. Hamilton 








51 


Hayv^ard, Hiram 








33 


Nelson B. 








51 


Mary A. 








33 


Gilkey, Isaac 








115 


" Surepta 








33 


Gillette, Betsy M. . 








89 


Haywood, Adelaide 








78 


Gleason, Mary P. 








34 


Hazard, Albert A. . 








40 


Goodrich, Ardelle M. 






95 


Charles H. . 








40 


' ' Leonard S. 






95 


Henderson, Melinda . 








67 


Goodspeed, Nathaniel 






12 


Herrick, Lucina . 








32 


Goodwin, Henry 






106 


Hicks, . 








48 


Gould, Austin E. 




76, 81 1 


Hills, Mary . . . 








55 


" Lovisa . 








107 


Hilton, Daniel . 








106 



[31 









PAGE 






PAGE 


Hilton, Emma G 106 


K 


Hitchcock, David 






70 


Keep, Edward P 68 


" Francis L. 






78 


" Ephraim B. . . . 


38 


Fred . . 






70 


" Jennie E 


68 


Robert . 






78 


" Marcus 




38 


Hoag, Robert H. 






66 


Kellogg, M. A. . 




105 


" WilHam P. . 






66 


Kesler, George V. 




110 


Hoar, John R. . 






35 


" Hattie P. 




110 


" Julia A. . 






35 


Kibbe, P. V. 




60 


Holbrook, A. 






118 


" Yalirus . 




60 


HolHs, Jonathan, 






118 


King, Abigail 


. 115,118 


" Thomas . 






118 


" Anna 


. 14 


HoUoway, Grace 






20 


" Anne 


11, 12, 13, 14, 16 


William . 






20 


" Benjamin . 


14, 16, 18, 115 


Holmes, Huldah 






86 


" Clement . 


. 117 


Holt, Nehemiah . 






20 


" Daniel 


11, 12, 13, 116 


Hooker, Mary E. 






57 


" Deborah . 


. . . 116 


Howe, Catherine 






87 


" Dorothy . 




117 


" Newell . . 






87 


" Dorothie . 




118 


Howlett, Didamus . 






69 


" Edward . 




117 


Luella . 






69 


" Eleazer 




13 


Alice B. 






67 


" Elisha 


14, 16, 115 


Henry G. . 






67 


" Elizabeth, 12, 14, 16, 115, 116, 


Hubbard, Florilla . 






62 


117, 118. 


Hudson, Hendrick 






94 


" Esther 118 


Paul . . 






94 


" Experience . . . .118 


Hunn, Horace . 




74, 


78,82 


" Fearnot 118 


Hungerford, Edward C. 






61 


" George . 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 116 


" Robert . 






61 


" Hannah, 12, 13, 22, 23, 116, 118 


Htmstable, Lydia H. 






80 


" Hezekiah 118 


Hyde, Abiah 






39 


" Ichabod . 


12, 13, 116 


1 


" James 


. 117 


1 

Ingalls, Stephen .... 30 
" Thomas . . 30, 37, 41 


" Jane . 
" Jerusha 


. 12, 116 
. 14 


Ingraham, Mary . . . .50 


" Joanna 


. 117, 118 




" John, 7,11,12,13,14,15,17,18 


J 


21, 115, 117, 118. 


Jacob, David 13 


" John, Jr. . . , 14,16,17 


James, John, Jr. . 




. 116 


" Joseph 


. 14, 16, 115 


Jencks, Arminda 




. 77 


" Lydia 


. 16, 116 


" Cynthia . 




85, 91 


' ' Mary 


. 16, 118 


" John 




85,91 


" Mehitable 


. 18, 115, 116 


Jewett, Ella 




. 35 


' ' Mercy 


. 12 


Johnson, Laura . 






59 


" Mitchell . 


. 117 


Thomas 






70 


" M. F. 


. 118, 120 


Johnston, Anna C. 






. 99 


" Nabby . 


. 115 


Jones, Ebenezer . 






116 


" Patience . 


. 118 


" Henry E. . 






80 


" Polly 


. . . . 115 


" James A. . 






80 


" Rebecca . 7, 


13, 14, 15, 16, 115 


Jordan, Helen G. 






67 


" Rhoda 


. 11, 116 


" James . 






67 


" Richard . 




. 117 



132 







PAGK 




PAGE 


King, Robert 


. 116, 117 


Latham, Charles A. . 


. . 63 


" Rufus 




. 117, 120 


Lathrop, Lucy E. 


. 55 


" Ruth . 




. 115 


Laughlin, Bessie 


. 91 


" Sally . 




. 115 


Lawrence, S. W. 


. 105 


" Samiiel 




. 13, 118 


Lawson, Iver 


. 67 


" Sarah 


11, 12 


115, 116, lis 


IverN. 


. 67, 120 


" Suzana 




11, 117, lis 


Learned, James . 


. 79 


" Thankful 




. 14 


" James H. 


. 79 


" Thomas, 11, 12, 14, 16, IS, 115, 


Leedham, J. F. . 


. . 78 


116, 117. 




Leonard, Horatio N., 48, 


58, 59, 69, 70 


" Deacon Thomas, 11 


,12,13,14,116 


Martha M. 


. 6S 


" Elder Thomas, 11, 12, 13, 20, 115, 


" Rufus 


. 48 


116. 




Lewis, Alice E. . 


. 60 


" William, 3, 4, 7, 16, 


17, IS, 19, 21, 


" Azuba 


. 4, 27, 47 


22, 23, 24, 115, 117. 


•' Charles H. 


. 110 


Kinsman, Robert, Jr. 


. 17 


Elizabeth 


. 27, 56 


Knowlton, Ella A. . 


. 93 


" Frank C. 


. 110 


Nancy N. 


. 49 


" Helen M. 


. 32 


" Nathaniel 


. 93 


" John 


32, 56 


Kroig, Josephine F. . 


. 65 


Nancy . 


. 70 


Kuhney. Eliza . 


. 64 


" Samuel . 


27, 44, 47 


" Sebastian . 


. 64 


Lilley, Marcia . 


. 47 


L 




Lillie, MaryJ. . 


. 65 




Lincoln, Samuel 


. 19 


Ladd, Calvin P. . . 


. 110 


Lombard, Martin E. 


. 69, 120 


" Lucretia E. . 


. 110 


Wyman C. 


. 69 


Lamond, Archie G. . 


. 63 


Longbottom, David, 


. 18 


Lamphear, Ann . 


. 19 


" James 


. 18 


Elisha . 


. 20 


Longley, C. P. . 


. . 105 


Experience 


. 19 


Lothrop, Mary . 


. . 76 


" George . 


. 19 


Mr. . 


. 10 


" Hannah, 3, 7 


, 11, 19, 20, 21 


Lovet, Samuel . 


. 18 


" Hezekiah 


. 19 


Lull, Ralph 


43, 50, 60 


" Jedediah 


. 20 


" Seaman 


. 50 


" John 


. 19 


" Timothy . 


. 50 


" Lucy 


. 20 


Lyman, Maria L. 


. . 62 


" Marj^ 


19, 20 


Lyon, Phoebe 


. . 87 


Oliver 


. 19 






" Prudence 


. 19 


M 




Ruby 


. 20 


Mack, Mary E, . 


. 108 


Ruth 


. 20 


Thomas . 


. 108 


" Samuel . 


. 20 


Marger, Whitman 


. . 45 


Sarah 


. 20 


Marsh, Jane 


. 41 


" Shadrach 


19, 20 


Mason, Charles . 104 


107, 108, 111 


" Solomon . 


19, 20, 24 


" Ebenezer 


. 104, 108 


" Solomon, Jr. 


20, 24 


William 


. 104, 108 


Lane, Abigail 


. 115 


" William D. . 


. 108 


Lapham, David . 


. 14 


May, Elida . 


. 64 


" Rebecca 


. 16 


McElwain, Susannah 


. 49 


Lasbury, Emma 


. 64 


McEver, Ehza A. 


. 63 


Latham, Amos H 


. 


. 63 


McKnight, C. H. 


. 40 



n3 





PAGE 




PAGE 


McKnight, John D. 


. 40 


Moulton, Jude . 


. 45 


McMaster, Martha 


. . . 78 


" Lafayette 


45, 57 


Sarah S. 


. SO 


" Laura 


. . 45,56 


Merchant, Alvin B. 


. 41 


Lotties, 


. 57 


Harry A. 


. 41 


" Lovisa 


. 45 


Messenger, Mildred E 


. . . . Ill 


" Lucia M, 


. 45 


Migbell, Sarah . 


. 47 


" Lucy . 


. . . 45 


Miller, Julia 


. 60 


" Lucy Ann 


. 45 


" Lydia 


85, 91 


" Luther 


. 44 


" Mary 


. 64 


" Maria 


. 59 


" Nathaniel 


85, 91 


Mary 


44, 45 


" Sarah C. 


. 67 


" Mercy . A 


t, 43, 44, 58, 83, 84 


Mills, Anna 


. 93 


" Nancy 


. . . 45 


" Isaac 


. 93 


" Nathaniel 


. 44 


Moody, Etta L. 


. 64 


" Phineas 


44, 45 


" Harrison 


. 64 


" Rebecca 


28, 29, 44, 45, 58 


Moore, Almeda A. 


. 95 


Royal 


. 44 


Moulton, 


. 86 


Rufus 


44 


Abel . 


. 44 


Sally . 


. 45 


Abial . 


. 45 


Sarah 


43, 44, 45 


" Abigail 


44, 45 


William 


. 45 


" Abner 


43, 44, 45 


Munn, Adaline , 


. 29 


" Amanda 


. 44 


" Capt. Reuben 


. 21 


" Anne . 


43, 44, 45 


" District . 


. 21 


" Annis 


. 45 


" Rice 


. . . 29 


" Austin 


. 45 


Munger, Reba . 


. . . 30 


" Azubah 


. 45 


W. 


. 45 


" Benjamin 


. 44 


N 




Calvin 


. . 44, 45 




Charles L. 


. 45 


Nettleton, Nellie A. 


. 64 


Clerecy 


. 44 


Nichols, Bathsheba 


. 47 


Daniel 


44, 45 


" Daniel . 


. 47 


Elijah 


44, 45 


" Jabez . 


. 27 


Elizabeth 


44, 46 


" Jacob . 


. 27 


Ella F. 


. 36 


" Joshua, 47, 


52, 53, 54, 55, 62, 


*' Emma C. 


. 61 


63, 64, 65 


, 66, 67, 68, 94. 


Esther 


. 45 


" Mar3^ . 


27, 47 


" Eunice 


. 45 


" Samuel, 


. . . 47 


FideHa 


. 45 


" Samuel, Jr. 


. 47 


Franklin 


. 45 


William 


27, 47 


Franklin "W 


. . . . 36 


Niles, Francis F. 


. 97 


" Freeborn 


43, 44, 45, 84 


" MaryE. . 


. 97 


" Hannah 


. 44 


Norcross, Amos, 


. 85 


" Hiram 


. 44 







Israel . 


. . . 44 




" Jemima 


. 45 


Ober, Elizabeth . 


. 67 


" Jerusha 


44, 45 


Olcott, Annie E. 


. 64 


Jesse, 4, 28 


, 43, 45, 58, 84, 94 


" James B. 


. 64 


JohnL. 


61 


Olmstead, Lois A. 


. 70 


" Jonas 


. . . 45 


Osborn, Mary 


. . . 98 


"' Joseph 


44, 84 


Oudt, Margret S. 


. 81 



134 











PAGE 












PAGB 


p 


Redfield, Carlos C 94 


Packard, Candace B. . . 41, SO 


Elbert B 94 


Paddleford, Betsy A. 




. 95 


William .... 94 


Paine, Horace H. 




78,82 


Reed, Experience . . . 19, 20 


Palmer, Mary . 






19,20 


" John 20 


" Samuel 






. 20 


" Josiah 20 


Stephen 






. 20 


Reis, Henry 38 


" Thomas 






. 20 


" Lillian R 38 


Pane, David S. . 






. 75 


Renney, Amy A 106 


Parker, David . 






. 87 


Edward - . . .106 


Henry N. 






87,95 


Rice, Daniel T 35 


" Herbert L. 






. 99 


" Emma S 35 


' ' John L. . 








99 


Roberts, Emily 64 


Nehemiah 








87 


Rogers, Elma 63 


Sarah E. 








40 


Israel 16 


Parkhurst, Lucina 








106 


" John 11 


Parsons, Nathan N. 








89 


LettieM 82 


Sarah . 








89 


Nicholas K. ... 82 


Pearl, Mary A. . 








86 


Thomas .... 11 


Pearson, Dorcas 








20 


Root, William 53 


" John . 








20 


Roth, Erastus 95 


Mary . 








20 


Royce, Joseph U 57 


Pease, Clark R. . 






34,38 


Ryther, Edward E 68 


Mary 






34,38 


Jennie L 68 


RuftisM. 






34,38 




Peck, Carlos L. . 






79 


s 


" Luther B. . 








79 


Sackett, Hannah .... 73 


Peckham Family 








44 


Sawj-er, Charlotte P. 






86 


Pell, Eleanor, 








20 


Ebenezer H. 




86, 


93,99 


" Joseph 








20 


Edward 






86 


Penny, Ira . 








63 


Ella P. . 








86 


'* John K. . 








63 


Hannahs. 








82 


Perry. . 








46 


' ' James . 








86 


Pett, Hattie 








111 


John 








86 


Phelps, E. N. . . 








106 


Jonas . 








86 


Lucretia 








106 


" MaryS. 








86 


Pierce, Marie M. 








110 


" Thomas 








86 


Pomroy, Orrin . 








25 


W^iUiam 








86 


Pooler, Anna 








30 


Sedgwick, Gordon 








73 


Porter, Col. Elisha 








21 


Martin 






4, 


23,73 


Deacon . 








71 


Samuel 








73 


Price, Charles 








109 


Sewell, Eleanor . 








66 


Prouty, Isadora 








65 


Shaw, Amelia 










34 


Pupany, Charles 








93 


" David 










101 


Q 










" James 










49 


Quinton, Duncan 








21 


' ' Joshua 










101 


Thomas 








21 


Lavinia 










29 


R 










' ' Louisa 










49 


Ramsdell, Man.^ 








56 


" Samuel 






4, 23, 101 


Rapp, Henry 








65 


" Sylvanus 




. . 45 


' ' Josephine 








65 


Shelton, Edward 






£ 


5, 6 


7, 120 



135 









PAGE 










PAGE 


Shelton, Samuel .... 55 


Stoughton, T. Amanda . . 90, 92 


Sherman, Elizabeth 






44, 84 


Edgar . 




90,92 


" Thomas 






. 107 


" John 






. 90 


Shippey, Juliette 






. 97 


" Maria 








90 


Shumway, Abijah 






. . 84 


" Nathanie 








90 


' ' Mary A. 






84 


Oliver 








90 


Silvester, Samuel 






14 


' ' Shem 








90 


" Sarah . 






. 14 


" Thomas 








90 


Simmons, Mary J. 






. 66 


Stowe, Thomas W. 








64 


Simons, Fred 






. 77 


W. F. 








64 


Skinner, Polly . 






. 86 


Strain, Jane E. . 








91 


Thomas 






. 86 


" James B. 








91 


Slate, Orrin 






77 


John 








91 


" Susan M. . 






. 77 


Strong, EH . 








52 


Smead, Harriet M. 






. 96 


" WilHam C. 






52, 62, 63 


Smith, Bridget . 






. 84 


Sutliffe, Anne 






11, 13 


" Hannah W. 






. 38 


Sweet, Sally 






. 95 


" John, Jr. . 






. 18 


Swim, Ruth A. . 






. 99 


" Juha 






. 38 




" Lucinda S. 






. 57 


T 


" Martha M. 






28,58 


Taintor, Mary W 89 


" Melville . 






. 58 


Talcott, Elijah . 






62 


" Walter . 






. 58 


Emerette R. 






. 62 


Southwick, Maria 






. 77 


Tesch, Mary 






. 78 


Peter 






. 77 


Thompson, Alice 






65 


Spalding, Eunice 






. 53 


Charles M. 




95, 96 


Spencer, Lois 






. 61 


Charles 0. 


5,] 


2, 40, 120 


Squier, Arbey 




48, 


56, 57, 69 


Hattie A. 




. 95 


" Calvin . 






. 86 


Richard M. 






65 


" Daniel . 






. 56 


William J. 






. 96 


" Emilv . 






. 86 


Tiffany, Bela 






59 


" J. M. A. . 






. 38 


BelaB. . 






43, 


59,70 


" J. V. 






38, 120 


Tilden, Samuel, Jr. 








14 


" Lucinda S. 






. 57 


Titus, Phebe 








103 


" Minerva M. 






. 56 


Tleischmann, H. P. 








110 


" Sarah 






. 48 


Todd, Edith W. 








77 


" Solomon 






. 48 


" Theron A. 








77 


" Truxton . 






. 57 


Torrey, Deacon Jame 


s 






17 


Squires, David N. 






. 79 


Tracy, Carlos . 








65 


" Ella J. . 






. 79 


" Wolcott . 








65 


Stacy, Lucy 






34, 38 


Trask, Betty 








44 


Stafford, C. E. P. 






. 80 


Trow, C. G. 








106 


Standish, Miles . 






. 65 


" N. G. 








106 


Steele, Elizabeth 






. 108 


Trumble, Mr. 








21 


Steen, Sarah E. . 






. 66 


Trusdell, Surepta, 








33 


" William H. 






. 66 


Tucker, EHza A. 








89 


Steere, Betsy 






. 91 


" WiUard . 








89 


Stephens, Amelia 






. 75 


Tupper, Earl 








96 


Stetson, Gershom 






12, 15 


Permilia 








96 


Stewart, Barbara 






. 54 


" Sophronia 








96 


Stodder, Stephen 






. 14 


Tj'son, Tessora M. 








94 



136 



Van Bergen, Eleanor 






. 106 


Vandegrift, Nellie L. . . .111 


Vassall, William . . . .11 


Vinton, Betsy . . . . 28, 58 


Calvin . . 28, 29, 45, 58 


Martha ... 28, 29, 58 


Sabrab ... 28, 29, 58 


w 


Wadsworth, John .... 14 


Walbridge, Amos 






24 


Walker, Diana . 






45 


Harriet 






104 


Harriet E. . 






104 


" Rebecca 




43, 


44, 84 


Seth 






104 


" Silvia . 






108 


Ward, Amasa 






24 


Washburn, Capt. Seth 






50 


Seth B. . 






50,60 


Ursula . 






44 


Waste, Lydia . 






39 


Waterman, Baizillai 






34 


" WilHam A. 






34,40 


Watson, Jane 






41 


Webber, C. M. . 






36 


" Jonathan 






36 


Webb, Eliphalet 






24 


Webster, Daniel . 






21 


" Col. Fletcher 






28 


Wells, Caroline H. . 






69 


W'est, Harriet L. 






55 


" Melissa M. 






97 


Wheeler, Edgar A. . 






60 


" Jennie . 






60 


W^hipple, Nelly . 






74 


W'hippo, Marie . 






38 


White, Calvin, . 






103 


" George . 






32 


" Lanson . 






32 



White, Mary B. . 






. 103 


" Nancy 






. 104, 108 


" Paul 






. 103 


" Pereguin 






. 103 


" Phebe 






. 77 


" Samuel . 






. 103 


" William . 






. 103 


Whiting, Helen . 






. 51 


Whitman, EHzabeth ( 


2. 




. 108 


Whiton, Abigail . 






. 12 


" Eleazer 






. 13 


" Hannah 






12, 13 


" James . 






12, 13 


" Sarah . 






. 12 


Wilcox, Trumbull 






. 107 


" Watson D. 






107. Ill 


Willev, H. B. . 






53, 63, 64 


Wills, Lucy . . 






. 17 


" Lydia 






. 17 


" Samuel 






7, 17 


" William . 






. 17 


Williams, Martha 






. 98 


Winslow, Esther 






. 84 


' ' Mercy 






13 


" Samuel 






. 12 


Wood, Carrie M. 






. 67 


" Frank . 






. 67 


Woods, Laura . 






. 60 


Woodward, George M., 43, 55, 67, 68, 


120. 


Joseph . . . .115 


" Madison 




. 55 


Woodworth, CaroHne 




31 


Charles 




31 


Wynes, Allen 




. 94 


Y 


Yates, Chloe 37 


" Dorleska 37 


Yule, Alexander .... 41 


" Robert B. 






. 41 




INDEX 

TO 

Places mentioned in this Book. 



PAGE 

MAINE. 

State of, 56 

Callais, 67 

Monson, 80 

Portland, 118, 120 

Waldborough, 54 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
Great Falls, 88 

VERMONT. 

Bennington, . . . . 89, 98 

Brattleboro, 80 

Montpelier, 109 

Newport, 61 

Rutland, 78 

St. Albans, 55 

Woodstock, 67 

MASSACHUSETTS. 
Amherst, .... 56, 68, 120 

Ashburnham, 106 

Athol, 75, 79, 82 

Barnstable, 10 

Bai-re, 54 

Becket 32, 73 

Belchertown, 30, 35, 73, 74, 75, 77, 78, 

79, 80, 84, 103, 104, 106. 

Bernardston, 69 

Blandford, .... 32, 34, 59 
Bondsville, ... 68, 74, 77, 93 

Boston, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 20, 31, 32, 39, 

40, 47, 55, 56, 57, 67, 68, 76, 81, 85, 

105, 110, 114, 120. 

Braintree, 46 

Brimfield, 3,4,27, 32, 39, 41, 43, 44, 47, 

49, 53, 83, 84, 87, 89, 95. 

Buckland, 106 

Cambridge, 110 

Charlestown, . . . . 20, 21 
Chester, 77. 81 



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Chicopee, . 47, 55, 67, 86, 93, 99, 120 
Chicopee Falls, . 84, 89, 99, 106, 120 

Coleraine, 46, 51 

Dalton, 106 

Dorchester, 10, 90 

Douglas, 87, 95 

Dudley, .... 51, 53, 61 

Duxbury, . . . . . .14 

East Long Meadow, . . 46, 50, 61, 64 

Easton, 76 

Fitchburg, 55, 68 

Grafton, 46 

Greenwich, 46 

Hampden 29, 33 

Hardwick, 46, 52 

Haverhill, 110 

Hingham, . . 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 115 

Holhston, 80 

Holyoke, . . 46, 51, 85, 86, 91, 93 

Huntington, 32 

Jamaica Plain, 39 

Jencksville, 50 

Lancaster, 86 

Leominster, 51 

Ludlow, 74, 107 

Lunenburg, 46 

Lynn, 76 

Marlboro, 46 

Marshfield, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 

19, 20, 21, 115, 117. 

Medfield, 87, 95 

Medford, 68 

Middleboro, . . . . 55, 67 

Monson, 1,3, 4, 7, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28, 

29, 30 to 60, 66, 68, 70, 71, 73, 75, 

79, 80, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 94, 95, 

96, 97, 101, 120. 

Nantasket, 10 

Newbury, 46 

Newburyport, 76 



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Newton, 35 

North Brookfield, ... 47, 52 

Northampton, 68 

Palmer, 4, 19, 21, 25, 29, 32, 39, 51, 61, 
71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 81, 82, 
84,88, 89, 95, 96, 97, 101, 102, 103, 
104, 105, 107, 108, 110, 120. 

Pelham, 25, 54 

Pepperell, 99 

Pittsfield, 73 

Plymouth, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 116 

Plympton, 13 

Rehoboth, .... 10, 20, 21 
Rockport, 76 



Rowley-, 
Rutland, 
Salem, . 
Scituate, 
Sharon, 



19, 20, 21 



20, 46, 51, 82, 117 

4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17 

73, 74 

Somersnlle 12, 116 

Soitthbridge, . . 85, 86, 90, 91 

South Dennis, 79 

South Framingham, . . 88, 97, 120 

Springfield, 17,22,28, 29, 32, 33, 35, 40, 
47, 54, 57, 77, 78, 83, 84, 85, 87, 89, 
91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 101, 103, 
105, 106, 107, 108, 110, 111, 120. 

Sturbridge, 95 

Suffolk County, 

Sunderland, 

Swamscott, 

S\vansey, 

Thorndike, . 

Three Rivers, 

Townsend, . 

Uxbridge, 



12, 118 


103, 106 


51,61 


10, 117 


74, 78, 81 


78, 82 


46,51 


. 103 



Wales, 4, 28, 29, 30, 31, 35, 36, 43, 44, 
48, 49, 56, 57, 69, 87, 89, 95, 96, 97, 98 

Walpole 75 

Waltham, 39 



101, 103, 105, 106, 107 
26, 71 



Ware, . 
Warren, 

Waterford, 87 

Watertown, 10 

Wendell 87 

Westfield, ... 56, 81, 86, 92 

Weymouth, 10, 118 

Wilbraham, 28,39,49, 51, 59, 70, 89, 93 

Woburn, 76, 81 

Worcester, . . . .34, 105, 120 
York, 10 



RHODE ISLAND. 
State of, .... 19, 44, 117 

Blackstone 91 

East Greenwich, .... 64 

Foster, SB 

Newport, 10 

Providence, . . . .36, 117, 120 

Scituate, 10 

Smithfield, .... 85, 88, 91 

Warwick, 85, 91 

Washington, 64 

Westerly, 19,21 

Woonsocket, . . . . 32, 87 

CONNECTICUT. 
Ansonia, .... 46, 52, 120 

Ashford, 47,53 

Barkhamsted, 59 

Bloomfield, .... 47, 53, 89 
Bolton, .... 52, 62, 68 

Bridgeport, . . . . 87, 95 

Brooklyn, 33 

Buckland 43, 47, 52 

Burnside, 60 

Central Village, .... 105, 110 
Chester, .... 51, 52, 61 

West, 62 

Columbia, .... 55, 67, 68 

Coventry, 60 

Ellington, 94 

Essex, 94 

Glastonbi:ry, 62 

Granby, 104, 107 

Griswold, 110 

Hartford, 1, 4, 5, 31, 32, 38, 47, 53, 54, 

55, 58, 60, 66, 67, 69, 73, 85, 87, 89, 

91, 94, 99, 103, 106, 120. 
Hartford, East, 47, 54, 55, 64, 67, 120 

Hazardville, 61 

Highland Park, . . . .64, 120 

Lebanon, 19, 65 

Manchester, 52,53,54,62, 63, 64, 65, 92 
Manchester, South, 47, 52, 53, 54, 62. 

63, 64, 65. 

Marlboro, 63, 64 

Middletown, ... 27, 83, 88 

Milford 53, 64 

Montville 46 

New Haven, ... 18, 77, 111 
Newington, .... 55, 67 
New London 80 



Norwich, 10, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 

24, 25, 115. 

Plainfield, 110 

Pomfret, .... 55, 86, 93 

Preston, 110 

Putnam, 68 

Rockville, 3, 47, 53, 54, 55, 63, 65, 66, 

83, 85, 87, 90, 91, 94, 98. 

Saybrook, 94 

Scitico, 54 

Seymour, 61 

Somers 31, 50, 60 

Somerville 70 

Stafford, 19, 21. 24, 26, 33, 36, 37, 43, 

48, 50, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 69, 70, 74. 
87, 89, 95, 96, 97. 
Stafford. West, . . 50, 54, 60, 66 

Stafford Springs, 50, 51, 52, 54, 66, 87, 

89, 94, 95. 
Staffordville, . . 57, 88, 96, 97 



Stonington, 

Suffield, 

Talcottville, 

Tolland, 

Union, . 

Unionville, . 

Vernon, 

" Depot 
Wapping, 
Warehouse Point, 
Waterbury, 
Willimantic, 
Willington, . 
Windsor, 

" East, 
South 



NEW YORK. 
State of, 
Albany, 

Amenia, Dutchess Countv 
Black Rock, 
Bridge Hampton 
Brooklyn, 



Canton, 
Chatham, . 
Deerfield, 
Hamilton, . 
Holland Purchase, 
Malone, 



47 



51 



53 



19, 20, 21 

. 35 

62, 64, 65 

85, 97 

. 44 

. 64 

54, 63, 64, 65 

47, 53, 85 

90. 92 

. 85 

85, 90, 98, 120 

30, 36, 54, 65 

53, 84, 87, 89, 120 

47, 54, 90 

47, 54, 55 

53, 63, 64, 90, 92, 98 



27, 108 
81, 91 
18, 66 
. 106 
. 63 
49, 66, 70, 74, 76, 120 
. 109 
. 81 
106, 110 
. 32 
. 44 
. 55 



New York City, 39, 51, 64, 67, 91, 98, 120 



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Norwood 77 

Sag Harbor, 63 

Saratoga, 74 

Syracuse, 120 

Troy, 19, 26, 35 

Utica, .... 103, 106, 110 

Watertown, 93 

West Point, 60 

Yonkers, 117, 120 

NEW JERSEY. 

Franklin, 87, 95 

Jersey City, ... 46, 50, 60, 120 
Mahwah, 96 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

Corapolis, 67 

Damascus, 60 

Indiana, Indiana County, 49, 59, 70, 120 

Middle Springs 54, 64 

Newcastle, 38 

Philadelphia, . . . . 65, 66 

Pittsburg, Ill 

Reading, 78 

Scott, Wayne County, ... 60 
Washington, .... 107, 111 

MARYLAND. 
Arnowald County, .... 66 
Urbana, Frederick County, . . 28 

DELAWARE. 

Georgetown, 66 

Rockland, 65 

VIRGINIA. 

State of, 90 

Cold Harbor, . . . . 50, 59 
Hampton, 103,106 

NORTH CAROLINA. 
State of, 90 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 
State of, 90 

FLORIDA. 

State of, 90 

Belleview, 76 

OHIO. 
Cleveland, ... 52, 62, 63, 120 

Hubbard, 98 

Toledo, 92,98 



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ILLINOIS. 

Afton, 83, 86 

Chicago, 29, 30, 31, 34-, 37, 38, 40, 41, 

54, 66, 67, 71, 87, 92, 93, 104, 108, 

120. 

Dekalb 93, 99, 108 

Geneseo, 34, 40 

Morgan Park, . 86, 92, 98, 99, 120 

Monmouth, 93 

Naperville, 104 

Oak Park, 67 

Oswego, . . . 104, 108, 109 

Pierce, 86 

Pittsfield, Pike County, . 29, 34, 120 

Plainfield 108, 111 

Waukegan, 37, 41 

WISCONSIN. 

Arcadia, 53, 63 

Bristol, 30 

Kenosha City, . . 30, 37, 41, 120 

Madison, 120 

Pleasant Prairie, ... 37, 41 

Reedsburg 30 

Somers, 41 

Union, 30 

IOWA. 

State of, 94 

Charles City, 65 

Clinton County, .... 109 

Council Bluffs, 51 

Des Moines, . . . . 54, 66 

Dubuque, 93 

Early, . . . 104, lOS, 109, 120 
Fontenette, .... 108, 111 

Grinnell, . . . 104, 108, 109 

Harlan, Shelby County, ... 94 

Marion, 34 

Odebolt, . . 101, 104, 108, 109 

Orient 108 

Sac City, 108, 109 

Vail, 109 



MINNESOTA. 

Minneapolis, 66, 82, 86, 93, 99, 120 

Norcross, 54, 66 

St. Paul, .... 66, 99, 120 



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MICHIGAN. 

Adrian, 94, 

Blackmer, 87, 94 

Kalamazoo, 40 

Saginaw, ... 83, 87, 93, 94 

St. Clair, .... 87, 93, 94 

MISSOURI. 

Cameron, 34, 40 

St. Louis, .... 92, 98, 99 

NEBRASKA. 

State of, 94 

Blair, 94, 

Omaha, ... 46, 51, 88, 96 

KANSAS. 
Emporia, 74, 76 

MONTANA. 

State of, 94 

Ekalaka, 108, 111 

Kibbey, Cascade County, . 94, 120 
Knowlton, Ill 

COLORADO. 
Denver, 75, 80 

WYOMING. 
State of, 94 

SOUTH DAKOTA. 

Leola, 66 

Yankton, . . . 104, 108, 111 

TEXAS. 
El Paso, 92 

LOUISIANA. 

Jennings, 109 

New Orleans, 92 

CALIFORNIA. 
San Diego, .... 55, 67, 120 

MEXICO. 

Guaymas, 92 

Paso del Norte, 92 



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CANADA. 
Hatley, 
Montreal, 
Simpo, . 
Stanstead, P. 0., 
Thorold, Ontario, 
Windsor, " 



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. 51 
. 110 
. 93 
51, 61 
. 91 
. Ill 



ENGLAND. 

Country of, . . 11, 20, 70, 73, 90, 117 

Brough, 20 

County of Kent, .... 10 
Dorsetshire, . . . .10, 117 

Dorchester, 12 

Ipswich, 20, 117 

Leeds, 88 

Lincolnshire, 86 



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London, .... 10, 11, 117 

Nailsworth, 55 

Rowley, 20 

Southampton, 117 

Weymouth, 117 

Yorkshire, 20 

IRELAND. 

Belfast 87 

Clovewell, 76 

AIISCELLANEOUS PLACES. 

Antigua 115 

Barbadoes, 10 

Germany, 93 

Danzing, Germany Ill 

U. S. of Columbia, So. America, . 51 
West Indies, . . . .11, 115 







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