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Full text of "Mack genealogy : the descendants of John Mack of Lyme, Conn., with appendix containing genealogy of allied family, etc."

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REYNOLD? HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



3 1833 014114067 



APPPZNDIX 



CONTAINING GENEALOGIES 



ALLIED FAMILIES AND VITAL SI'ATISTICS 

OF MIDDLEFIELD, MASS., AND 

OTHER TOWNS 

ALSO OTHER SUBJECTS OF INTEREST 



MRS. SOPHIA (SMITH) MARTIN 

HARTFORD, COl-TN. 



VOL. II 



p/^O 



RUTLAND. VE.^VO-IT 

THE TUTTLE COMPANY. PRIMTERS 



92S Mack Genealogy. 



1755010 



10. 

Eebecca [Nfack (1.) h. Oct. 4, 1701, Lj-me, Conn., m. 

, Caleb Bennett, Jr. (brother of Sarah Bennett vrbo 

married Keberca's brother Jonathan), b. Mar. 20, 1703. 
There were at hi-ast two children. 

5G90. Thankful, b. yiar. 1, 172S. 

5691. Caleb, b. Jany. 12, 17.30. 

(For notes on Bennett family see Appendix.) 



DESCEND AXTS 



OF 



JOANNA MACK. 



930 Mack Genealogy. 



11. 

Joanna [Mack (1.) b. Sept. 17, 1703, m. Mar. 12, 1731 (as 
2dVife), Richard P.ooge, b. Doc. 20, 16^7, d. Feb. 25. 
1733-4. There was at least one child. 

5G92. Sarah, b. Dec. 12, 1732, who m. , Steward 

or Stewart, and had a child. 



DESCE.XDAXTS 



OF 



DEBOl'JAn MACK. 



Mack Genealogv. 



12. 



Deborah Mack (1.) b. Oct. 11, 170G, L}me, Conn., cl. 
Feb. i, 177G. m. May S, 1727-8, TlieopLilus Lord (son of 
Thomas and Mary Lee Lord), b. Dec. 19, 169S, d. Feb. 23, 
1761. Both vrere buried in ]\Iarvin Cemetery, two miles 
above Hamburgh. Conn. There were six children. 

5693. Lydia". b. Mar. 19. 1729. 

5!J9-k Deborah, b. Xov. 20, 1730. 

5695. Sarah, b. Feb. 20, 1733. 

5696. Huldca, 1). July IG, 1735. 

5697. Hepsibeth, b. June 22, 1737. 

569S. Elizabeth, b. .July 5. 1739, ra. Mar. 2, 1753, Jesse 

Gates (son of Dea. Daniel and Lydia — Gates), and 

he v.'a5 gr. son of Daniel and great grandson of Capt. 
George Gates. 

Since finding the above I find a record: 

Theophilus Lord d. Oct. , 1781, also Theophilus 

Lord's v,-ife d. ^h\y 27, 1735. 

Israel, son of Theophilus, d. Xov. 16. 1791, ae 16. 

I also find record Elizabeth Lord (Thenphihis; Thos. ; 
"Wm. ; Thos.), m. Theophilus Lord Gates. He was b. April 
13, 1759; I think a son of above Elizabeth and Jesse 
Gates. 



DESCEND AXTS 



OF 



JONATHAN iLACK. 



Mack Genealogy 935 



SECOND GENERATION. 



13. 

Jonathan Mack (1.) b. , 1711, d. before Dec. 19, 

17t.iS, the date of inventory of estate. His vriW dated Dec. 
G, 17G6, Lyme, Conn., names -^"ife Sarah, sons, Joseph, 
Jonathan, John! Josiah, Samuel, Abijah and three young- 
est daughters, Sarah, Lois and Lucy. Ho m. Aug. 24 or 
21, 1727-S, Sarah Bennett (niece of Love Bennett, wife 
of John Mack and sister of Caleb Bennett, Jr., who m. 

Rebecca ]\Iack), b. . There were eleven children. 

V 5699. Joseph, b. July 22, 1729. 

5700. Jonathan, b. July 1, 1731. 

5701. Love, b. April 15, 1731, d. infancy. 
+ 5702. John. b. Jany. 15, 1736. 

5703. Ebenezer or Elizabeth, b. Dec. 30, 173S, d. 

T 5701. Josiah, b. Jany. 25, 1741. 

5705. Samuel, b. ^fay 3, 1 743. 

5706. Sarah, b. April S, 1745. 

+ 5707. Abijah. b. Sept. 30. 1746. 

570S. Lois, b. Nov. 3l^, 1747. 
^ 5709. Lucv, b. Nov. 12, 1750. 



THIRD GENERATION. 



5699. 

Joseph M.v-k (13. 1.) b. July 22, 1729. Lyme. Conn., d. 

1792, Amend. N. H. Ho m. 1-t. Lnis , b. , 

j ,1. , and 2.1, Lya;a , b. , d. . 

I He went from Lvme to Gilsum, N. IL, before 1770, and 



03C Mack Genealogy. 

bold several town offices, but in 1772, went to Alstead, X. 
H. There were at least six children. 

5710. Nathan, b. . 

5711. Dorothy, b. . 

4- 5712. Renel. b. Oct. 12, 17^5. 

5713. Mary, b. , m. John Slade, Jr. 

57U. Betty, b. . 

+ 5715. Lois, b. . 

5702. 

John Mack (13. 1.) b. Jany. 15, 1736, d. , rn. 

Mrs. Sarah (Beekwith) Peek (widow of Nathan Peck and 

dau. of Joseph and Sarah ("Willey) Beekwith), b. , 

d. Jany. 3, ISZu, ao. 90, G, 24. Her father, Deacon Joseph 
Beekwith, lived to be 100 years of age. AVidow ^Mack m. 
3d, Kay. There were three children. 

571G. Daughter, b. . 

5717. Azubah. b. . d. , m. either Isaac or 

Abram Brush, b. , d. . Resided }.Iarlbor- 

ougli. Conn. 

+ 57] S. Caroline, b. Mar. 21, 1767, East Haddam, Coma. 

5704. 

Josiah Mack (13. 1.) b. Jany. 25, 1741, d. ^[ay S, 1S05, 

Lyme, Conn., m. . Bet.-ey ik-nuetl (dau. Sanuiel and 

Hannali (Wade) Bennett), b. :^Iay 11, 1744. d. Alar. 16, 
1S25. r.rooklyn. Pa. The children, ten in number, were 
all hum in Lyme, (?onn. lie was a ship builder. All 
the cliildren moved out of Conn.-, but .John, Klisha, Enoch, 
Polly, Fanny and XaTi^-y went in ISOS-IO to Pa. (vicinity 
of P.rooklyn) ; Elijah to \'i. and later to Pa. Lydia went 
to Plielps, N. Y. Nancy's family is not carried forward 
liei-ause no interest has been manifested, the letters sent 
nol trMPir an-wcr.'d. 

- 571'.!. Lydia. h. Jany. . 1767. Lynu', Conn. 

-r 5720. Elisha, b. ^^hiy 5, HOr'. 



Mack Gen'eai.ogy. 937 

- :,7l'1. Polly, b. . 

- :>:-2-2. Elijah- B.. b. Jany. S. 1772. 

j72o. Joe-iah. b. , d. Oriwego, X. Y., unmarried. 

lit" went to Burlingtou, X. Y. Hi> death was caused by a 
fall from a horse. 

- 5724. Betsey, b. Xov. 30, 1775. 

- 5725. John, b. April 15. 1777-S. 

- 5726. Fanny M., b. ■-, 17S0. 

- 5727. Enoch, b. . 

- 572S. Xancy, b. , 17S5. 

It lias been current in the family that Josiali was in 
l.'fv. ^\'ar— also that he was a sutler. Xo record yet 
fnund. His will, dated Jany. 12. 1S02, (and the inventory 
rriulered July 5, 1S05), gives to his loving wife Bet- 
sey one-third. He then names certain parts for sons 
Klisha. Elijah. Enoch ; and daughter Lydia, wife of Darius 
Pock, Two Dollars; and daughters Elizabeth, Mary, Bet- 
'^*\v and P^anny. ten shillinc,- each in money— my sous 
Josiah and John have received their full portion, and 
when speaking of Josiah lie says "'my dutiful son." 

5707. 

Abijah Mack (13. 1.) b. Sept. 30, 174G, d. . m. 

Sept. 19. 1773. Eunua Kogers, b. , d. . There 

v.ere fix children. 

5729. Elishabe, b. ^lay 11. 1774. 

5730. Mehetable, b. Dec. 5, 1775. 

5731. Sarah, b. Aug. 4. 1777. 

5732. Jonathan, b. Oct. 2, 17S0. 
5730. Elizabeth, b. Jany. 22, 17S3. 
5734. Joseph, b. Aug. 21, 17S5. 

5709. 

T.u.'y°Mn,l.; (13. 1.) h. Xnv. 12. 1750. d. D. >•. 24. 179n, ,-{. 
• lany. 30. I7i;'.', Martin \Vade i >on Ocnr-.- and .\niia Les- 
ter AVade), b. Mar. 22, 1745. There were eleven children. 



938 Mack Genealogy. 

5735. -George, b. Oct. 13, 1770, d. , 1S09, m. Dec. 

■i, 1791, Martha Matlier, b. , d. , 1S54. 

573G. Thomas, !.. Aug. 17, 1772, d. . 1792. 

5737. Anna, b. Sept. (3, 1774, d. Nov. 21, lSIO,'m. Dec. 

22, 17913, Abner Rowley, b. Sept. 22, 1771, d. . 

573S. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 6, 1777. 

5739. Lydia, b." Nov. 4, 1779. 

5740. AVilliam, b. Sept. 22, 17S1. 

5741. Lucy, b. Jany. 10, 17S4, d. July 8, 17S5. 

5742. Eleutliia, b. April 13, 17SG. 

5743. Lucy, b. June 2S, 17S9. 

5744. MaiViP, b. Sept. 24, 1791, d. April 6, 1792. 

5745. Joseph, b. Sept. 24. 1791, m. Aug. 2, 1S12, Han- 
nah Saunders, b. . Twin to above. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

■ 5712. 

Reuel Mack (5099. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 12, 17G5, d. :\Lar. 11, 
1S12, Surry. N. 11., m. Sept. 17, 1791, Lydia Ardway, b. 
, 1770, d. . There were five children. 



5746. 


Samuc' 


, b. ,1793. 


5747. 


Joseph 


b. , 1795. 


574S. 


Elizabc 


th, b. , 179 


5749. 


Lutiier 


b. ,1799. 


5750. 


Calvin, 


b. ,1802. 

5715. 


Lois 


^lack (sr 


99.13.1.) b. 



d. , m. , 

Joseph Razor, b. , d. . There was one child. 

5751. Joseph, b. Feb. 2, 17S3, Surry, N. H. 

5718. 
Caroline Ma.-k (•57i)2. 13. I.) h. Mar. 21 or 31. 17^7. 
E. ILaddain, Conn., d. April 4. ISOl, m. Oct. 23, 17-7. 



Mack Glnealogv. 939 

\f,ises Fox, h. April , 17(i5, d. Fob. 7, 1S13. (For 

notes on Fox family see Appendix.)- There were six 
children. 

r)752. Sally, b. , d. Sept. IS, 1794. 

:j753. Bet^^ey, b. , d. Jany. ]4, 1797. '' 

- 5754. Electa, b. Dec. S, 1769, Plist Ifaddam, Conn. 

- 5755. Esther, b. April 11, 179.1. l^ast Iladdam, Conn. 

- 575'j. Dana, b. Jany. l(i, 1795, East Haddam, Conn. 

- 5757. Minerva, b. Aug. 8, 179G, East Haddam, Conn. 
The two first named are probably not the oldest, but 

not knowing the order jilaced them first and second. 

5719. 

Lydia Mack (5704. 33. 1.) b. Jany. , 17C7, Lyme, 

Conn., d. Feb. 14, 1S55, m. 1st, July 20, 17SG, Darius 
Peek (sou of Darius and Elizabet'i! (Eeckwith) Peek; 
for further notes on early Peek families, also war record, 
see appendix), b. Feb. 2, 1764, Lyme, Conn., d. July 31, 
1S14, Phelps, X. Y. She m. 2d (before Aug. 23, 1S16), 
Selah Belden, b. ^lay 11, 175S, Hatfield, Mass., d. July 3, 
1S3S. :Mueh ought to be written of Mrs. Lydia (Mack) 
(Peck) Ik-Iden and in ''Pemiuisceuces of Lydia Peck 
Uttley" v;ill be found a partial sketch of lier life. In 
17S9 they removed from T>}mie. Conn., to Conway, ]\Lass., 
and in 1S04 to Plielps, X. Y., with a two-horse team, 
sleeping in covered vragon until their log house was 
i)uilt. After death of her husband she lived with her 
Sim Elisha who cairiO into jiossession of his fatlier's 
farm which is situated about two m.iles south of the vil- 
lage of Phelps. This property passed to Elisha "s son, 
Lewis, and now owned by his sou Charles. 

(For some reason, after repeated solicitations from the 
writeu. J>[r. Charles Peck refused to give — perhaps I 
-Iir.ulil say n-L.Iei'ts to give — information of d':'scendants 
of Elisha Peck.) 



940 Mack Genkalocy. 

^ATien Mrs. Peck mariiod 'Mv. Bolden lie had "grov.-n 
up" children as well as she, aud he owned a farm six 
miles south of Phelps, which he sold to her son-Ira, and 
after Mr. Beldeu's death she lived with him, as did also 
lier sister. Betsey Church. There were no children by sec- 
ond marriage. There were eleven children by first mar- 
riage. 

+ 575S. Betsey, b. Oct. 29, 17S7. Lyme, Conn. 
-I- 5759. Elisha, b. Ajiril 11, 17S9, Conway, Mass. 
+ 5760. Horace, b. .Jany. 10, 1790, Conway, Mass. 
+ 5761. Lydia, b. Oct. 15, 179"2, Conway. Mass. 
+ 5762. DariiK, b. Nov. 20, 1794, Conway, Mass. 

576.3. Elijah, b. Oct. 21, 1796, .d. Nov. 26, 179S, Con- 
way, ilass. 

-i- 5764. Fanny, b. Aug. 19. 179S, Conway, Mass. 
-f 5765. Enoch, b. Aug. 22, ISOO, Conway, Mass. 
+ 5766. Ira, b. -luly 22, 1S02, Conway, Mass. 
^ 5767. Ann, b. Oct. 16, ISi.U. Phelps, X. Y. 

576S. Charles, b. , 1S07, Phelps, X. Y., and 

died unmarried, , 1S79. 

5720. 

Elisha Mack (5704. 1-3. 1.) b. May 5, 176'^:, Lyme. Conn.. 
d. O.-t. 19, 1S.39. I'rooklyn. Pa., m. 1st. Lydia Lord, b. .Inly 

10. 176S (dau. of ), d. .lany. 19, lSCi2. or Mar. 19, or 

.Tanv. 12. I^ii2. ae. .3it. (This d;ita was s>-ut !iy relatives.) 
He w. 2d. Sci.t. 9, I'^n-J, Tai^h.'ua Lord (dau. Maiwin and 
Emily (Wolcott) Lord), b. ^\ai: 17. 17S1-2. d. Aug. 31. 
1?61, Brooklyn, Pa. In Lyme he was a slii}) builder. In 
1S09 he went to Brooklyn, Pa., purchased 100 acres of 
land, and erc'-ted a saw mill. (Emily Wolcott was gran^l- 
dau. of Ciov. Pogfr Wolcntt.) There were five children 
bvjir.-t marria2,-c and twelve by second marriage. 
(Ist Marri.n^o.) 

.576^. Lydia. b. P, .-. 1. 17'.''3, d. Pec. 19 or 24, 152."). 
P.ronklvu. Pa., unmarried. 



MxcK- Gexealogv. . 941 

• .j770. Matilda, b. On. J.j. 179-i. 

- .-)771. KHzaliL-th. 1). ^lay (;, 13 or -23. 179G. 

■ :)77J. Fanii}-, b. April 11, 17yS. ^ , 

:;773. Klisha, b. April IS. ISOO, d. June 24, 1S72, 
r.rooklyii. Pa., ra. , Lois liobinsou, b. , d. 

(•2d Marriage.) 

- 5774. :Marviu Lord, b. :\[ay 20, 1=03. 

0775. Enoch, b. Oct. 17, lSn4, d. Oct. 1, 1S05. ' 

- 577G. Kiioch. b. Jany. 30, isoij. 

r 5777. Alfred AVolcott, b. Dec. 2, 1S07. 

- 577S. Horace Hoscoe, b. Oct. 13 or 17. 1S09. 
^ 5779. John Bouton. b. July 15, ISll. 

• 57SII Miwy Kxnily, h. July 27, 1S13. 

- 57S1. Ursula G., b. Oct. 17, 1S15. 

- 57S2. Charles X., b. Aug-. 10. 1S17. 
-•' 57S3. William G.. b. ^lar. 15, 1^19. 

- 57S4. An-el F., b. ^lay 5 or 15, 1S21. 

57S4a. Adeline Loretta. I.i. :\lay 20 or 26, 1S24, d. Aug. 
12, 1S07, unmarried. i 

5721. 

Polly ^rapk (5704. 13.' 1.) b. , d. , m. , 

Josiali Lord. b. , d. . There were four 

• •Iiildren. 

57^5. Xelson, b. . 

57^i;. Lydia, b. . 

57S7. Eliza, b. . 

57SS. Clinton, b. . 

Settled in Latliro}), Pa. He married again and had 
several children. 

5722. 

Elijah p.. ^[a.•k (5704. 13. L) b. Jany. l"^, 1774. d. Deo. 

22. ]^\\V:r.. <'K u,. . 17!''7. in Vt.. EIiv;;i).*!! Pice, b. 

IK'C. 5. 177'-.. d. Xov. I'.i. l>'ou. ae. 79. I'ntii died in 
P.rooklvu. I'a. There were ten ciiildrcu. 



942 Mack Geneai Ogy. 

f 57S9. Josiah, b. Dec. 5, 1799. 

4- 5790. Betsey, b. Sej.t. 14. ISOO. 

+ 5791. Elijah C b. Get. 15, 1302. . ,, . 

+ 5792. Jemima, b. Oct. 18, 18U4. 

+ 5793. Polly, b. Sept. 30, ISOG. 

+ 5794. Xehemiah R., b. Jany. 12, 1812. 

+ 5795. Edward, b. Jany. 14. 1814. 

+ 579G. Eliza, b. Sept. 3, 1S16. 

+ 5797. Sarah, b. Oct. 14, 1818. 

579S. Amanda, b. Aug. 25, 1S20, d. July 9, 1861, un- 
■ married. 

5725. 

John Mack (5704. 13. l.)b. April 15, 1777-8, Lyme, 
Conn., d. Aug. 19, 1852, Essex, Cnun., m. July 8. 1799, 
Elizabeth Pratt, b. .Aj.ril 19, 1777, d. Aug. 21, 1864. (She 
was oldest child of l)a\-id B. and Sarah i, Banning) Pratt 
— for early Pratt families see Appendix). David B. 
Pratt was in Iievolutionary "War. There were eiglit 
children. 

+ 5799. John. b. .-\pril 26, 1800, Lj-me, Conn. 
+ 5800. Betsey, b. Jnny. 13, 1802, Lyme, Conn. 
H- 5801. Xancy. b. July 2. 1804, Lyme, Conn. 
+ 5802. David, b. Nov. 14. ]su6. Lyme, Conn. 
+ 5803. Koxaniia. b. I'lf.'. 2>, 1"^ "'9. Sayl^rook. Conn. 
-(- 5804. (iei.ige E., b. Nov. 1>^. 1^12, Saybrook. Conn. 
+ 5805. Benjamin, li. .lany. 27. 1815. Essex, Conn. 
-r 5806. Lorinda, li. Sept. 14, 1^17, Essex, Conn. 

5720. 

Fanny Mack (5704. 13. L) b. , 1780, d. Mar. 4, 

1863, ae. ^:]. m. S,-pt. ]«, 179-. Elihu B. Smitii. b. . 

1776, d. April 14, 1-49. :u-. n\A. 73. He was of Lyme. 
Conn. Tl:i-v s. ■tiled on a -'r;a!l farm ab.mt f-nr mi'--^ 
noi-th of r.yn>'. x.Ihm- tii.-y livrd until 1^12-1:;. wh-m tii-y 
removed to tlie place now call.M! Latui-op. Pa., where they 



Mack Genealogy. 043 

ri'-iili'il and are luiiifd ii\ ^f. E. Ceinettjry, Brooklyu, Pa. 
'rhcre were nine cliildrcii. 

5.SU7. Fanny, h. Sept. n:, 179ii. d. Xov. 21. 1799.- 

;)fi{)S. .Maria, b. Xov. 2, L^^CiO, d. April 2. 1?7(;. 

:)m). Xan.;y, b. April ■M\ 1^m2, d. Sei)t. 9. ISO:]. 

.'jSlD. Fanny, b. May 7. I^'i4, d. May 21). 1899. 

.jsn. Eliza, b. Ort. 24. l-i.Ui, d. June ."'.ii, 1SS9. 

r)'^12. Elilui, 1). ^Fay 8, l^ii9. d. Jany. 21, 1SS9. 

5Si;;. Harriet Enieline, b. dany. 30. ISll, d. April lf>, 
]!tOi. 
- 5S14. Gilbert Xelson, b. Jany. 24, 1813. 

.Vll of the aljQve born in Connecticut. 

5815. Betsey, b. Fel). G, 1819, Lathrop. Pa., J., ^eb. 27, 
1^23, Lathruj;, Pa. 

Maria died in Latlirop, Pa.. Eliza and Harriot Emeline, 
Hoiilmttom, Pa.; Elihu. Montrose, Pa.; Fanny lived in 
Janesville, Wis.; Gilbert Xeison was living in 19i)l. 



Enoch :Mack (5704. 13. 1.) b. , d. . m. 

, Polly Spencer (of Lebanon. Conn.), h. , d. 

. They both died in Phelps, X. Y. About isn^ 

he went to Brooklyn. Pa., then went to Erie Co., X. Y., 
and about b^35-(J to Pholiw, where he died of cancer. 
Tliere w. r,- thr-e rhildr.Mi. 
- 5^](i. Flav.-l Coi:e. b. I'ob. lit. 1-^10. 

5^17. Harriet, b. , d. , unmarried, ae. (i'.>. 

5<H. P.ftsey, b. , d. , ne. 12. 

5724. 

Betsey Mack (5704. 13. 1.) b. Xov. ;;(), 1775. d. , 

iti Mich., Ml. . rhurch. Very little ran be hariad 

uf this fannly. Souio on,- reported tii-y thou-ht iier hus- 
l.and's i^iaie ua^ \V,!lnn,, Chur.-h and that there wviv two 
.■!:i!dr.'n. 

1 ••ar.;int v,,i;i-h f,,r any ,,f U. I will s.ay this niu.-h: 
A letter fiuiu one per.nn iiiNoins me 1 emihl have all the 
[.iO] 



944: ^[ACK. Ghnlalogy. 

information, but wliat vras I williuL; to pay for it? As I 
thought I" was giving my time as well as my money to 
complete this Genealogy. I replied I had no money jo buy 
the infoi-mation, conse<inently I did not get it.* From 
another snuroe. hov.-ever, I learned tliat iu ISoO slie was 
living iu Xew York State, and a> Late as lSi32 in r^Iiehigau. 
I also insert co])ies of letters. The tv.-o cluldren were: 

5S19. William, b. . 

- 5820. Xaney, b. , d. . m. , a 

,^Iaok, b. '-. 

The followiiig letter has come into my j»ossession and 
it may be of interest to the friends and perhaps enal)le 
some one to find the descendants : 

Columbus, June 17, 1S5G. 
M^/ Dear rriends 

I set down this morning to write you a few lines to 
answer tlie letter you v.-rote me that Itrought the melan- 
choly news of that Dear Si>ter's Death. I felt and still 
feel that Death has come very near to me and taken tlie 
best friend I had in this world. I fee! the loss — although 
I had to be parted from her that was a grief to me, but 
providence ordered it so. She was so kind and benevo- 
lent and had so nuvh sympathy that ^he seemed like a 
mother. 1 shall mourn for her as long as I live, but I 
rejoice wlnn I realize that -he has gon.e h.'-'me to her 
father's house, where theie is r.(,i sin nov M.n'ow to di.-- 
turb her peace. 

I shall soon follow her to the tomb, the house ap- 
pointed for all living. 1 wouhl not live alvs-ays. but I 
Timst stay till my change comes, and T think it is not far 
olT. My health is ponr and ha.^ been all this spring. 

My old complaint is troul)linL!: me very mu'di. I feel 
that I am not far f.oni that sn^-it huuk 0. that all my 
diNrr fi'iend- may meet nu^ tiiero and be b.apjiy forever. 

(•times and have n. 'tiling to du but lo die and <-hecrfi;'.iy 
resine our siiirit-- to (lod th;U lune them. 



Mack. Genealogy. 945 

I liad calculated to have v,-ritten to yoii before this 
time, but ]iut oti" from one tiuie to auotiier till I conrluded 
i would try today and <ee if 1 could write, but it is ■ft'ith 
ip.urli difrioulty tliat I write. This may be the last letter 
I .-hall over write, but 1 liO[ie my friends will write to me. 
and Xancy will answer them. I want you to tell [Mrs. 
():t!('v I want liev to j^ardon me for not answerim^' her 
kind letter. I have given up writing, my hand trembles 
>;(i and my |ien and ink is very poor. I fear you will 
hardly read what T have written. 

(live my lespects to Flavcl y.. and his wife and tell 
them I e.xpect to see them here this fall. I long to see 
snmebndy from Phelps. Kemember me to Elisha Peck 
and his vrife; how I should like to see them iu their new 
l.'iuie. Ciive my respects \o Mr. Oitley and his wife, yiv. 
Stewart and liis wife, Ii'a Peck and his wife, Horace Peek 
and his wife, mid ]\Irs. P.igalo and all the children. 

Writing and thinking of you all makes me homesick. 
I want to See you all, but tliat cannot be. but 1 hope 
tlii-ough grace we shall aJI meet in a better v^-orld than this, 
wiiere parting is not krcjwn. I would not forget to give 
my love to George and Sally and the children. 0, if I 
could See you I could tell you man\- things that I cannot 
write. Xancy sends her Inve to > (Hi and Sally, and says 
.M)U and Sally must come nut here. I wish you could. We 
• ■xjM'i't ^Viiiiam Church here ne.\t irienth. ".Sarah is in St. 
hiiuis. da'.nes is in Oregon. We expect Ben is on his 
way thei'e. Helen is iu .^p.rim;-vil!e on a visit. 

Do not f(r.-get to write to me. for 1 want t(j hear from 
I'helps often. Yuur^ respectfully, 

BETSEY CHrRCH. 

A letter written by h.-r daught-v Mar. ?,l. ]<u[, from 
rolnm!'U> .-tated that they shmud -tart the mid. lie (.>f May 
U'^xt, "l|■f^'t!ler '„M>imr to Michiirau. m\si'!f to St. [.(uii-." 



Xan-y Ma.-k (oTiU. i:'.. 1.) b. . 17^:,, d. (\-t. K). 

■»;-J. m. iVt. :)n. l<n:]. X..a!i Pr.-itt. li. .Vn-. I'J, 17S1. d. 



946 Mack. Genlalugv. ' 

May U. 1S7U. (lie was son ul" David I',, aud Sarah (Ban- 
ning) Pratt.) S.jf Ai'i'fiidix for Pratt. There \^-en- 
eigliteoa children. , , 

5S-J1. Noali. b. June 'J'.", L^iM, d. Aug. V2, 1S04. 

oS"_'2. Xancy, Ij. .luue "_'5, ISpo. d. . 

5523. Noah. b. ^Lar. -24, 1-^1)7. d. . 

5524. .losiah, b. Xov. 2.'), IS'iS, d. . 

5525. George, b. Xov. 21, l^P), d. July 9, 184S, ni. 
, Ann P.aeou (dan. of Xatluin Paeon). 

-f 582G. Alfred, b. -Mar. in, 1S12. living in 1900. 

5527. Albert, b. [Mar. P', 1S12, ui. , Ann Pleker- 

ing. Twin to above. 

5528. Gilbert, b. Sept. 4, ISi:]. AVaterford, Pa., d. .Alar. 
22, 1S15. 

oS29. Julia, b. June lo, 181.3, m. Eli X. Bacon. 
+ 5830. Betsey, h. March 9. 1817, living in 1900. ni. 
, Xoah liii'knk. Pes.. California. 

.')^31. AIniira. b. ()■■■[. :',.). l^ls, d. , Latliroi'. 

Pa., ni. , Xelsou Llc^njaniin. b. . 

5832. :\Iaria. b. July >^. 1^2ii, d. in .APcli., ni. — — — . 
Jehoida Millard. 
+ 5803. AVilliani. b. ^lay 1^, 1822. 

5834. Lafayette, b. Aug. C. 1-^24. 

5835. Phebe, b. Sept. 19. 1^21!, ni. , AVm. Bab- 

po.-k. b. , d. , Diiiiock, Pa. In 190(i ^h^- 

was living in S-rantnn. l*a.. 

5S3i;. AuKin.la, !>. April H, 182^'. ni. [Marvin 

Xi'wconib. Lie i> d.'ad. and in T.l'in site was living in 
AVoonsoeket, So. l)n!;.)ta. 

.5^;;7. KJi, 1>. April 9 or 19. 1830. 

5^3S. Sally, b. An-. 14. l^::::. d. , Lathrop. Pa. 

Jo-iah ar.d wif.', (ieorgt>, Albert and Julia died ir; 
Xiellol^on, T';l 



Mack Glnkai.ogv. 947 

• FIFTH gf:xekat]ux. 

5754. . ' . 

Flec-ta Fox (571s\ 57n2. 1?,. 1.) b. Dec. S, 17S9. East 
il.-iiUam, C(inu., d. I'^eh. 2;;, I'-^Co, Bridgevrater, Fa., m. 

, ISnS. Xatlian Jew-tt, b. , 17S3, d. , 

I^Tti'i. There were nine cliildren. 

5S3;>. Francis, b. , 1S09, d. . at sea. 

V 5S40. Rodney, b. Aug-. :], ISIO. 

- 5S41. Elizabeth, b. .I;my. 5, ISUi. 

5SMJ. David, b. _ . d. , 1S15, ae. 4 nios. 

- 5'>4.3. Allen, b. -July S, 1S19. 

r)SM4. rarolino. 1). , b^'Jl. d. , 1S25. 

5<45. Henry, b. . 1S2.3, d. , 1S27. 

5S4(i. Lavinia. h. Jnne 24. 1S2.J. d. ^lar. IH, ISSti. A 
iinted teaclier. 
5S47. Amanda, b. , 1S2S. d. , 1S?3. 



Esther Fox f571S. 57i)2. 13. 1.) b. A]ni\ 11, 1793, East 

Iladdam. Conn., d. An,-. 2. 1S79, m. 1st, , Kev. 

• lames Koacli. b. . d. . She m. 2d. June 29. 

b^35, Felo- Wood. b. ^lar. li. ISOI, d. dany. IS. 1S75. 
'I'licix- wen- five cliiMien l^y first niania.;e and two by 
^e.•o,;d. 

(1st Mania-e.) 

- 5^4S. A\'il!ian;. b. .hiiu' 4. 1>22. I'.rooklyn, Pa. 

- 5S4'.b :klai-tha Jane. b. Feb. 17, 1831). 
There wei-e three died v.dien ynuna. ' 
5'55n. 

5^51. 



(2il >.Iarria2-e.) 
>:.;;. X'ir-;!. b. .\m;'I id. 1^:;i;. in i;rid-e\va:.r. Da. 
His ]iarental .<xiaudiV.tiier \va> from AIa>sa<-!iu>-ett>. luit 



943 Mack Gkntaiogv. 

at au early age he einigrated to the State uf Xew York 
aud settled iu Seheneetady Co.. where Peleg Wood, the 
father ofVirgil, was boni. Abuut the year ISll the fn!<i- 
ily moved to Susquehauna Co.. I'a.. then an aljnost lui- 
brokeu wilderness, aud Peleg AVood purdiased a fani;. 
settled npou it aud lived there uutil his death. Virgil 
"Wood spent his early days on this farm, but in eaii;. 
manhood connnenced teaching in the public schools of 
Pcnusylvania. teaching several years. Afterwards he 
taught in Grant Co., Wisconsin. His last service as 
teacher v\-as in one of the graded schools of the city of 
Platteville iu that county. He was admitted to the t)ar 
iu 1S6S. aud the same year fornied a law partnership witli 
Lis brother at I'JHngham. Illinois, which has since con- 
tinued, and where unmarried he still resides, 
-i- 5S54. Benson, b. ^lar. ol. 1>39, in Bridgewater, Pa. 

5756. 

Pev. Dana Fox (oTbS. 3702. lij. 1.) b. Jany. 16, 1795, 
E. Haddam. Cmuh.. d. Aug. 17. 1S7G, Highland, Kan^^as. 
m. April 24. 1S24, Jane Strono-, b. Aug. 1, 1^00. d. Aug. 
1, 1^61. There wore seven children. 
'5-^55. Jane. b. Jany. 2'^. ISiM. ,1. Feli. It', 1>12. 

i><oC>. Dana F.. b. Ai)ril 16, 1^27, d. (Jet. 12, 1S50. 
-I- 5'^57. Soi)hronia, b. 'Miw. 9. ]i-29. 
- 5-.')^. Geor-e G., b. Alar. 13. 1--32. 
+ 5>\59. Charkv-^ K.. b. Alar. Vl. 1<U. 

5S60. Caroline, b. April 24. b^37, d. July 26, 1S47. 
-■ "j'^ol. Simeon M., b. Aug. 2'^, 1S41. 

Dana Fox soon after his father's death removed from 
Fast Haddam, Conn., to vi.'inity of Alontrn^e, Pa., and 
entered the mini-^tl•y of the Afetliodist Fpi^iH'pal Churcii 
aud wa^ i-ircuit rider in miiblle aud we-tern Xew York, 
andjin I^^U r.'ii^..A-ed in Kansas. His wife was dan. of 
S:a*-Mn Vn'.iu- a-id PiM-i.e > H.- ••I'xln \ Siv,,:.^ and a d.- 
sceiidant of Klder John Strong of Xorthami'ton, Afass. 



Mack Genealogy. 



949 



Minerva Fox (nTlS. 3701'. l.-;. L) 1>. An- 14, 1797, East 

|[;i.klam. Conn., d. , 1S39, m. Feb. IS, 1S13, AVil- 

liam Dirge (of Hebron, Conn.), b. .Alay 2, 1791, d. , 

lS7r) (son of ). There were ten children. 

- .-,<(;2. William, b. Xov. IS, 1S13. 
r 5SG3. Leander. 1). Dec. 17. 1814. 

- uSG4. Henry, b. Oct. IG. ISIG. 

- oS65. Dana. b. April 11, ISIS. 

~ oSGG. Electa, b. April 9. 1S20. ^ 

r 5SG7. Francis, b. A].ril "24, 1S24. 

- 5S6S. Esther, b. Mar. 2G. 1822. 

riSGO. Geor-e. b. Afar. 13. 1827. d. , at La Pue- 

1)1<), Mexico, while serving in 2ilexican War. 
T- 5S7C). John Harvey, h. Feb. 21, 1829. 

- 5S71. Sarah Ann, b. Sept. 2(1, 1S37. 

575S. 

Ketsey Peck (3719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Get. 29, 1787, d. 

. 1S50, Phel]is, X. Y., m. , Isaac Bigelow 

(son of John and Molly (Molvin) Bigelow), b. Oct. 27, 
17S0, d. , 1S43. 



5759. 

Eli<!ia Peek (3719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 11, 17S9, Con- 
vv-ay. Mn^s.. d. Alay G. ISG'^. m. l^t, duly 4. 1S13, Lucind;^ 
Warner, h. Xov. 21, 1794, d. .May 13, 1832, ni. 2d. Mar. 4. 

b^34, Pvrsis Scott, b. . d. -• , 1S3G, m. 3d, Feb. 

19. 1S37. Sarah L. Crouch, b. , d. . There 

^vere at least seven cliildren by rirst nuirriage. 

- 3-^72. Alvira, h. Mar. 10. 1814. 

- 3^73. Lewis. 1). M:iy 13, ISIG. 

- 3^74. Lydia. b. Fel^ G. l^ls\ 

- 3'^73" .ToliT,. ),. Xcv.-2'i. l^l'i. 

- 3-^7r,. Tra. b. X(.v. 12, 1--21. 

r 5877. Jesse, b. Fd,. 2!\ 1824. 



950 Mack Genealocv. 

- 5S7S. Sarah, b. Hcf. i:!, 1S25. 

A relati\'e of the family writes as follows: Elislia 
reck lived near Phelps. He and liis wife, '• Annt Sarah," 
were deliu;htfu! old {ieoi»le. I used to ^o somet'raes tn 
visit them. The front yard was heantifully laid out in old 
fasliioned tldwer l-eds bordered witli l)ox, and the liou<e 
was exquisitely neat. "Aunt Sarah" was a beautiful 
lady, my ideal of old i\'g;e. She was a teacher before she 
married and possessed such fine, gentle manners, the out- 
ward expression of a beautiful Christian s^jirit and a cul- 
tivated mind. 

5760. 

Horaee I'erl; (.17 U'. 5704. l.'i. 1.) b. Jany. 10, 1790, Con- 
way. Ma^s.. d. Aug. 3. 1«(;7. Pheliis, X. Y., m. -' , 

1S12, Sebe Cluii»man ((km. of John Chajunan) b. Jany. 
10. 17;i4. in Shelburne. ?*Iass.. removed in 1799, to Phelps, 
X. Y.. and d. Jany. 17, 1^93. at the home of her daughter, 
2^trs. ^Vader. Canandaigua, X. Y. There was a large 
family df Chapmans and all lived to lie over 90 years of 
age excepting: one girl, who was drowned wlieu ten years 
of age. A relative writes: "Horace Peck lived u|ion a 
small fa :ii about one mile east of Oaks Corners, X'. Y. 
lie wa- .1 devout Christian. He v,-as a venerable gentle- 
man i\\<i\ the later years of his life he and his wife spicnt 
the wintei-s iu Charleston, S. C. His wife, 'Aunt Seba.' 
was medium >]-/a' but (■l^uld endure the most extraordinary 
atudunt of woi-k even in ohl age." Mis. I'rrk lirt'd muUjr 
r,'r,<i i'rc.^i'lrnt mrpt Prr.~. Mc K U'lri/ - rt vrrii reinark- 
nblr fnrt. Sjie was 101 yrs. old. The following has 
lieen eontributed by a relative: 

••KK.MIXISCKXrKSOFSKP.V PKCK, J AXY. "20, 1.*^<I. 
Srl>a L'hapman ua> bom in the town of Shel!)urne, 
llaTrTpshii-e (■,,.. Ma^^.. lutb .l:itiv.. 1 7'U. en,He,,nently now 
^7 \e;;,-. nf ..u,-. U, , h-aiili i. -....d. h.-r iieariu- and 
e\esight i- gn.nl, speaking" rapidly and d.istir.ctly in con- 



Mack Gexealogv. ' 951 

vrr-;iti<)iu her pliysipal iioucr bi.'ini^ \v()nili;'i'fully pro- 
-rrvfd. With the exception of a slight attack of chills 
;iii(l fever about 4!) years ago, she has never been sjek. 
During the active p(nti(ni of her life it was a cofuinou 
lliinu' for her to labor LS hours out of tiie 24. She arrived 
in the town of Phelps Jauy. 2, ISUl. Her fat.her had the 
prt'i'i'ding year taken up a tra"t of land containing about 
411(1 acres, embracing the faruis now occupied by James 
Lester, the Van ^'rauken farms and land lately owned by 
i!u- Macks, the Donnelly farm and the Luther Root farm. 
.\ log house had been finished for the rece})tion of the 
family near the south end of the Van Vrauken orchard. 
This orchard was planted the same month, dany., ISO], 
by Mr. Ciiapman, the trees being procured from Old 
<.';istle, near Geneva. The family came with their effects, 
witli two yokes of oxen and a span of horses with sleds. 
At the time of their arrival dolin Decker Robinson lived 
where Mr. Hammond now live-< (east of Phelps by R. R. 
i'ridge), and Seth Deane lived vrhere Mr. Hobby now 
lives (side liill west of stone I'ridge, ^.fain Street, right 
hand going west), yiv. l)eane had a grist mill north of 
liis home and a saw n\ill south. She remembers !\lr. Rob- 
inson being a very pa-sionate man. She recollects a 
family by the name of Stearn.-i and AVoodhuU, whose sous 
uiai-ried Robinson's daughters. Selia Chapman was at 
.-chool in ISi'i"). the time of the great erlip>e. which oc- 
curred about the middle of the day. Mr. Chapman had 
twelve children that grew to maturity. ?even boys and 
live girls, the bi-otiiers all lived to be old exi?e[it one — 
"■ome reaching nearly ninety years. The first tavern was 
kept l)y Joel Severns I name doubtful). She renier.ibers 
"rrin Picdtield as the first merciiant. Taylor as the first 
I'hysii-ian. who \rore short bn-e'-lies witli bii.kies and lomr 
-tocking^, his breeches being well protected with deer.-kin 

The fra!ne li'V.i-e lately burned .mi \':in \'raukiMi farm 
was built by her father abemt lSn4. The first meetim: she 



952 Mack Genealogy. . 

attended was at the ^'hool liou>e in Phel[>3. She recol- 
lects the text, hut not the pveaclxer, '"0 Lord, I will praijc- 
thee, Thou wast aii'j:ry with me, but tliine anger is turno'l 
away anil thou coinfi.utest nie." The church at ^ifei- 
vin Hill was built about ISIS. Elder Egards wa. 
succeeded by Goodnle AA'isnor and Thomas Brov.-n. 
Sarah Dean married Philetus Sv.-ift, ]Mercy mar- 
ried Wells AMiitniore. Isaac Dean married Abigail 
Chapman. Rebecca Dean married [Michael ^Mussiihnan. 
Robinson's oldest daugiiters married Sanford and Spoor. 
One married Joseph AVoodliull. ^lary married Abrain 
Vosburgh. She rememliers that her husband, ilorace 
Peck, and her fathcr-iu-la-w, Darius Peck, before her ma;--, 
riage took a load of flour to Conn, with two yokes of uxen. 
sold all and returned on foot. This Darius Peck was 
anxious to be in good reimte among his new neighbors 
financially ajid said to 3.1r. Pice, vrho brouglit him and 
family to Phelps from Conway, I^lass., in Seipt., ISn.j. 
"How much is Klisha worth, ^Ir. PiceT' ]\[r. Piice hesi- 
tated. "Is lie worth anything.'"' 

"Oh, yes," answered ^.Ir. Pice. "I should think ho 
would be worth a good deal if he were ray boy.'' 

"Is he worth one t!;ou-:nid d':>Uai-.-. .'" asked ?vlr. Pt-.-k. 
"Oh. yes," said Pi.^e; •'lie is worth a tiiousaud. "Tlien." 
said Peck, "Ilorace is worth a thousand and Darlu^ !> 
worth h\-e huiidrc<l. Wi-ll, y(ni can tell the peo"h' wlh-.c 
I am goinu' 1 am wortli tw.-my-nve huiblred dollars." 

She i-emcmbei-s that a bear c;ime to the residence « f 
Mi-. Dean and feasted on a cheese winch he pulled o\k 
of the prc<s. A man known as "Little Oliver'" brcirjht 
the mail around on hor^'back. "\Vlu-a the jieople l>cc;;;rio 
in arrears he is.^uod a duimino: letter iu ])oetiy witii 



' Pay mi^ up and let mc ^n. 
Your hr.iuble st;rvaut. litil 



Mack Genealogv. 953 

l-'laK was a staple crop. Mrs. Peek spent a good deal 
,,f time jiuHing ilax and pffj-ariug it f(.ir tlie spiuuiuLT 
wlieel and loom. Woullen elotli v.-as also manufactured 
1,\- earh I'amily. Tliey made th^-ir own sugar. ' Then 
tl:<-ir wants wore few. Thus we have a faint gliuiiise 
from a living witness of the earliest history of our tov.-n 
a< it was at her advent on our virgin soil eighty years 
a-'o. Then our hills and vales were covered with prim- 
eval forests. The deer roamed with glad freedom the 
intricate aisles formed by nature's colimms, the redman 
glided along our powerful streams canopied l)y the but- 
iduwood and elm. The summer air resonant with the 
notes of feathered songsters, the snowy carpet of winter 
l;iy white and imdistnrbod by the winds of winter, fit 
enililem of the contentment and happiuess-of a generation 
past. As I look into the face of our venerable friend I 
think of a bridge that spans the stream between us and 
the long ago. The jiUniks are gone, stringer after string- 
er has loosened its hold and gone chowii the surging 
stream. Only a sligltt link remains connecting us with 
the pioneers. Let us tenderly cherish the memory of our 
fathers. The world today may speak of its ambitious 
and glory and grandeur, but tlie heroic virtues displayed 
'■y the moi'. and women wl;o planted their log cabins in 
tile wilderness and with matchless ]iatience and persever- 
anre, common sense and faith in God. spent their lives 
tliat their descendants might luive a great heritage, have. 
I umst confess, a great charm for me. ]\[ay the memory 
"f the pioneer be kept ever green in our hearts, and to 
tl'.ose that are living, may God grant that at '"evening time 
there may be light." 

Hora-'c Peck and Sebe e'hapman had eiglit children. 

- -J^T'.*. Damaris, b. :^Iay 4, 1S15. 

- 5<sri^ iliram. b. duly '2, 1"^]S. 

- 3<^f. ^Vil!i:lm. h. X.^v. ■:>'. l^p). 

- 0--2. l)..ri:t!iy. i,. F,.i,. ]::. i-j:j. 

- y^.^.'^. Clari.^sa, 1). Nov. 1, 1S24. 



934 Mack Genealogy. 

+ 58S4. Ilora.-ts 1). Oct. -J-^, ]>o2. 

5S85. Ellen, b. June -JT. l^':;.l, d. yiav. 6, ISol, unni. 
+ 5SS6. Charles D., h. .lauy. 28. ISoS. 

Remiiiijcence.s of Lydia Peck Ottley written in 1875 at 
her homestead. Pheljis, X. Y. : Her father's name was 
Darius Peck, aud her mother's maiden name was Lydia 
Mack aud native |>lace Lyme. Conn. Her grandfather 
was Josiah Mack and it is said he assisted in deiendirig 
his native place from an attack of the British and was in 
the service seven years, suffering the privations and 
hardsliips incident to that jteriod. Her father and motli- 
er removed from Conn, to the town of Conway. ]^[ass.. in 
the year 1788, where they engaged in farming, but hear- 
ing glowing accounts of the rich soil in "Western Xew 
York, in the Spring of 180.j her father started in searcli 
of a home and located two miles south of wh.at is no v.- the 
village of Phelps. X. Y.. luii-chased KiD acres, chopjied 
the timber otY four acres, sold a watch for a fat hog to I'O 
delivered in the h'all. vrlicn liis family should arrive. He 
reached liome in Conway aliout the first of August, made 
preparations inunodiatcly to start with his family for his 
new home, where he arri\-ed Sept. '2-1, I'^O.o. He with his 
family v.-ere very kindly recei\'ed by }.Ir. Jonathan Mel- 
vin, graudfatlifr of ^Ir. Almou Melvin. now resident of 
this town. Paring tlicii' early -trug-lc.^ t'ov n iiuuie>Lead 
Mrs. ()ttle>- rci-ails some incident^ cnnic>.;'ted thorewitli. 
Tlu-y were brought into this country l>y one yiv. Pice v.-ith 
four h(M>es and nne of the very large wau'nn^ iieculiar m 
those times. Sh.e remeu\bers that as long as they VN'ere in 
the State of Mas,-,, they were very careful as to their be- 
havior, but when they -ot into Yerk State Mr. Ki^'e ti'ul 
the children tl;'.\v c.uld have a!! the ai>plcs they wanted: 
also Mr. IJi.-e told them tiiat they would not hear ;;■:;. 
su'e.-rrinLT until they a(>t into York Stab-. 

Tlicy WMiv f.,1 v'umI ..vci- I ayu-a Lake X. Y.. ll:e br;u-'^ 
untlergoing repairs, and after tv-,-cnty-one days' tra.vcl 



Mack. Gen"e\loc;y. . 055 

•'.vv arrived a> stated, Lydia beiug al.iout tiiirtcen years 
(■!" a;;e. 

of t!ie fatnilics residing iii Phelps at tlie time oLher 
.11 rival, slio recalls Thaddeus CUiks. Glover Xortliam, Cap- 
!;iiii I'.annister, Hall, Joliu Taylor. Dr. Frescott, Bela aud 
\\'v\\< Whitiiicre. Talier, Swan. Simmons. Boyd, Jona- 
liiaii .Meh'in. John and Stei'htn Salisl>ury. Hosea Marsh. 
Crittenden. .Tohn Darling Sherman. Deacon Kice, Elder 
(I'iK.tU'll. H.-nry .lones. .John Warner Bigelow, Squire 
.Steven>. WoinUiull, Hoot, Dr. Taylor, Isaac Dean, Dexter 
lltiitin-un, .Tohn II. Green. Redtiold. General Swift, Oliver 
ilun-.phrey, John Yciv. Aukea. Van De ^fark, Charles 
.I(..--lyn. Aaron Gates. 

The i5r.-t night Vi'as piassed in a school house on !Melvin 
II ill. and they were provided for h}' INTr. }.[elvin. whose 
hi'art and hand were open to bestow favors. They re- 
Hiained in the s(>hool house seven weeks. All the neigh- 
lior- in the vicinity were very kind during- this period. A 
~ii.-i'p was purchased. A l^eef and the pork in e.\chauge for 
the \\'atch gave a good supply of meat, showing a pecu- 
li.'ir trait of the elder Peck, which is true of liis descend- 
ant.-, to have a well stored larder. 

Fi-om the srlioo! house they moved into a Imuse of their 
'iwn nea;- tiie center of the farm now oceu[iied i)y Hon. 
Lewis I\'ck. who. Iiy the w.-iy. is almost an exact type of 
lli-'-Pinn-er" Peck, a splendid physi-iue. 

Knur acvi-s of wh.-at were .-own the tirst year. Horace 
and Klir^ha Pe.-k thre.-hed giT.in for :\[r. Mejvin, earning 
siifhcicnt 'luanlity to supply the famil}- fur the year; then 
'iiiipped seven acres (with the as-istancf of their father) 
(lie iirst winter, and in the spring burned the timber aud 
i'hintcil corn. Mrs. nuk'\- rei'.iemliers spinning tow for a 
family i)y the name of Anu'S who live.l on the Lane farm 
and ifiM^ivcd in payment two pig.s the fn>t yoar. She aud 
h.T !.,-,, th.-r. Hmi;,,-,., .airi,.! t]i.- pi-- h.e";,. in a bag. >■> 
i'rniKl to v::'n ll.ciii. After the hr>t sea.>on tlic family 
were ;!bmi.hii!tlv >ni»iiH((l l)v tlu'ii- dwn indu-trv. 



950 Mack Genealogy. 

^Irs. Van ]''e Mark (whose maideu name was Lydia 
Cobl;), willow of P^'rederic \'an Dr> M:\vk was a sclioo!- 
inate of L\dia Pc'k Ottley. Tliey attended meetklg^, at 
Oaks Coruers (lieing the olily house of worship at that 
time) with no tire, sitting upon boards laid across logs. 
The minister's name was Powell. Lydia P. Ottley was 
married at tlu' age of sixteen to AVilliam Ottley, who emi- 
grated to this town in IS'K! from Yorkshire, England. 
She has lived to see Western Xew York, then a v.-ilder- 
ness, covered with, a dense and thrifty population, lived to 
see the steamboat, locomotive, telegraph, and in a word, to 
sec the world revolutionized. She has always been a con- 
sistent member of the Bnptl-t Church, and at S3 years of 
age with faith strong ir^ vraiting the I\iaster's call. 

57G1. 

Lydia Peck (5719. 5701. l.'k 1.) b. Oct. 15 or IG, 1792, 
d. Mar. 15, 1S77. m. Dec. 1-2, ISoO, William Ottley, b. Aug. 
6, 17SG, Yorkshire, England, d. July 2S, 1S57. He settled 
in Phelps, X. Y.. in ISlXk emliraced hope in Christ in IS'17 
during an extensive revival in which Elders Irish, A\'is- 
ner and SdlonioT! Goodale were O'^casional laliorers. and 
was bai'tized and joinnd the Eirst Ba[.tist Churcli at 
Phelps, X. v.. v.-liieh h.e with others formed in IS-lo. an.l 
continued ;;n artivc and UM'fu! member until his death. 
Eur over half a cmtury he oceupie<l a ju-ominent })Osition 
a> a business m;'u — i)r('m[)t and far seeing with sound 
l)ractical judgiiKiit. i'o>sebsed of wealth, he held it as 
from (_!iid an>.l v.;{- always a steadf.-ist friend to those in- 
stitutions cniuierted witii Christian effort for sin-eading 
tile knowli'du',' of Clirist. His name stand-^ among tlie 
early friends nf Hamilton College (now Co'uate), among 
tfie f«iuiidcrs iif tlie Pochestor Seminary, as well as in tlie 

foit- to a!'.|u:rf .ui eilu'-atiiui. Eor many years he v.-as a 
I)ir("-lor in luc l'..i,iid df the St:it.' Coiiver.tii.n. but in the 



Mack. Gknealogv. 957 

. '.'Kih of Plioljis his mr-mory will long b'j elierislicd. His 
i,;:!;i.' stunds conuoL'tt'd with its entire history. (_)f his 
\ '.{<> a irraiidchild writes: ".My graudinotlier ya.!^ a 
■...man of great executive aiiility. She was married in 
•'i- s'^iioiil lioi'.se at ?\Iolvin Hill. One Sunday night in 
i^i.:i the minister said, ''William Ottley, produce the 
;,ii(ie." and AVilliani took Lydia l)y the liand and they 
u;il!<fd to tlie minister, who married theui amidst nmeh 
-uroi-ise. Grandmother wore a calico dress and had a 
j.air of hlack silk stockings of which she was proud. 

'i"!)e first time the hride saw her hiidegroom was at the 
ia;>lng of a harn on her father's farm. She was passing 
the food around. A young fhig'ishm;ui who had just 
■:.iMi;'d vras present. He could hardly walk straight from 
till' Inng six weeks' voyage over the Atlantic. He rolled 
fii'iu side to side as if on shij^board. 

He said. "Who is that lassie.' I am going to marry 

'i"l:i^ prophecy came true, and although as a bride she 
:i!i:e to him in a calico dress, she brought him New Eug- 
bnd thrift, connn.on sense, and a strong Christian charac- 
I'-r, film of princijile as the rock bound coast where her 
:':iri-failiers landed in Xew j'lngland. ^Mrs. Ottley became 
a i/n\V(.T ill the conummity. She was o[)en handed in 
■iiirity. her hu-^lvind her helper in e\'ery good word an.d 
^ ork. Siie ti.ld the story tliat when fir>t married her 
i.M -^and ordered her to bring him a mug of whiskey. She 
ii'l'iis''d. He wa^ ■'Mnglish. you know," and used force 
to lireak her in. He took liis wife in hi.-^ arms and ear- 
ned h,.,- to the barrel, but .^ht iiuald .lot dnnv the draaght 
i"r him, and he gav^.- it uj). Once when he was in "Wash- 
i^iU'tiui she IkuI a wii.i: built on the hou.^e. A\'lien he came 

*■ i-'atjr.'i c.unc and wa.di your hand-."' anil .-he took him 

■■\\'e!l. mwth.,-r, what ha\L' yuu been up to now."' 



95S 



Mack Genealogy, 



Hh \v;i< ;i cliforful happy m;m, interested in sta^^in- 
from Ali)any to Buffalo. He kciit ^plt■udid liorses. and 
oneo drove to Buffalo from Phelps in about twelve hour> 
—a hundred miles. The portraits of my i^randmother 
and grandfather mark them as a handsome eoujde. SIil- 
educated her daunlitrrs. sending' them all away to board- 
ing schools. 

In her religion she was strict; a Puritan. She hated 
laziness. She hated no\-el reading. The tirst novel 1 
read was '"Tiie Scottish Chiefs." I didn't let her kuow 
it. I stole away up stairs in the cold, v.-rapped in a shawl. 
I read until 1 was nearly frozen, but oh how fascinated I 
was! Grandmother became less prejudicial tov^-ard the 
last uf her life. We were Presbyterians, she was a Bap- 
tist, but there %vas no friction. I used to go sometimes to 
her chui-"li. She put on her black silk. I sat beside her 
as i)rim as possible in the lug single buggy. I liked to 
drive lit-r horse Bol). Bob was lazy and sometin^es 1 got 
tired of his slow trot. He tii^jied us over once in winter 
when we were going to a jiarty at ^irs. Charles Van De 
Mark's, i never will forget how grandmother's cap, gold 
spectacles and all her finery tumbled out into the snow 
and slush. 1 ran and caught Bob (1 think he laught-d. if 
a liorse ever laughed in.-id.e. he did), and we went on to 
the beautiful i'aity in a mo.-t sorry plight. 

Ihincin-. rard pliiyimi' and thfati c uoiiig all came in th.e 
same category as novel reatling. 

My grandniothei 's preeept and example have kojit n.ie 
steady in purpL..~e and <'i-eated a. di'sire for the best thing-, 
the thing- that are w,,rth while. 1 read novels, it is trm'. 
but I made it a rule early in life to olf.-et them by stand- 
aril and classic literatui-e. My taste was gui<led a good 
(]r:'A by \u-v stern ta>te. 

Willi great eouaiiimity -he fa.'cd death. She said ti;- 
r;i~rMo.,day u'-ruir- to leT dau-ht.r. ••S,,phia. have yo;: 
told Tii.-ron 1 ;iiii -..ir-- U> di.^.'" Slir iia--ed }H-;i<-efu;ly 
awa\- like her own nioliicr. who .-aid as she entered tie- 



Mack Genealogy. 959 

-atcs of immortality, "Je-us can make a dying b^d as soft 
as downy pillows are.'" TIiltc were eiglit children. 

- 5SS7. 'Mary, b. ^[ixv. 2S, IS 12. 

- j^SS. Lydia, b. Dec. 12, 1S14. 

- 5'^SO. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 2, 1816. 

- oSt'O. Caroline, b. Oct. 15, ISIS. 
^ SSDl. William, b. Feb. 7, 1S2.3. 
f i)S92. Enoch, b. April 1.5, 1S25. 

- 5Sn3. Thomas M., b. ^lar. 22, 1S29. 

- 5SW. Sophia A., b. Mar. 14, ISSG. 

All the above daughters were examples of Puritan 
tiii-ift. as fmc cooLcs and home makers as could be found 
anywhere, and these are in possession of their descend- 
;;iits; carpels, linen wovei; lied .-preads, jnost e.xquisitcly 
([uilted spreads, vrork whicli their motlier sn})erintended. 

57ry2. 
Darius Deck (5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Xov. 20, 1794, d. 
, 1S3S, m. 1st, , ISIS, Sarah Elizabeth Ray- 
mond, b. .July G. ISOa d. June , 1S32, m. 2d, , 

]S-;3, Mrs. Phebe (Tillow) AVilIiams, b. Feb. 17, ISOO, d. 
Feb. 14, 1900. (She m. in ]^4n John C. Dixon. Her first 
husband was Winant AVilIiams. who n,. her abt. ^lay 1. 
1^23.) There were three cliildreu by (ir.-t nuirriage and 
two children by second. 

(l^t Marriage.) 

- 5-^'.i5. Charles Alortimcr, b. , 1S20, Parre. X. Y. 

^ 5^9;;. Mary Ann. b. Jv.no 12. 1S23, P,:irre, X. Y. 

- 5'^97. Darius Pa'^innnd. 1). Jauv. I'li, 1S32, Fairpiort, 
X. Y. 

(2d ^kiarriage.) 

- 5>9S. :\rartha Af.. b. Dec. S. 1S.33. 

- 5^99. Sarah A.. !i. Pi'C. 30, 1S35. AIentz,.X. Y. 

*- 57G4. 

Fanny Peek (57P'. 57ii4. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 19, 179S, Cm- 

L61J 



9r.O Mack GtNEAiOGV. 

wjiy. Mass.. d. Xov. 9, 1S4^. Pl:i'lt>.s X. Y., m. , WV.- 

liani Critteiideu, b. , d. . There were uin.j 

children. ' 

~ o'JOO. S>ubmit, b. , d. . 

- 5001. SophrouLa. b. , d. — . 

-^ 5002. Xaufv, b. '. 

r 590.3. ^'anny, b. . 

f 5004. Lydia Ann, b. , d. . 

5905. Louisa, b. , d. . 

+ 59ijfl. Cliarles, 1,>. . 

5907. William, b. , d. , ae. 17, killed by z 

blast on U. R. near Oal;s Corners, X. Y. 
+ 590S. Carlton P., b. . 



57C5. 

Enoch Pe?k (5719. 57114. i;>. 1.) b. Aug. 22. ISOO, Con 

way. r^fass.. d. Feb. , ISSG, ni. 1st, , 1S27, .^v. 

lietta Ann .Jones, b. . ISdO, d. April 17, 1S.35, m. 2.1 

, Cornelia Ann Swan. b. -, d. Aug. 20, 1S4'^ 

m. 3d, , Alinira r)ixon, b. , d. Dee. 

1879. He was a physician in Phelps. X'. Y. There wer> 
four children, two by tu>t marriage, one by secor^d ar.' 
one by third. 

(Isl ^^arri;t-e.) 
+ 5909. P:zra Jones, b. Dec. 19, 1830, Seneca Castle 
X. Y. 

-^ 5910. Henrv Jones, b. Julv 20, 1S34, Seneca Ca^tlf. 
X. Y. 

(2d ^larriage.) 
- 5911. Ilattio Cornelia Ann, b. Xov. 9, 1846, Baldwins 
villo, X. Y. 

(3d Marriage.) 

* -;'/tl2. Mary Julietta. b. Dec. 21. 1-40.' m. Ser.t. 

1^^3. lv|-.v.ird 1'. Alilisb. , and reside Dufiaiu. X. V 

Xo children. 



Mack Genealogy. 961 



Dibb. 



Ini Pock (5710. 57i>4. 13. 1.) b. July 2-2, 1S02, Comvay, 
Ma.-^s.. d. Dee. 27. 1S73, m. Oct. 15, 1S2'.1, Polly Por'ter, b. 
.Xl'i-il 30, ISOS, d. Aug. S, 1S70. Tliere were four chil- 
drv>n. 

- 5'.ii:-]. Charles E.. b. April 1, 1S31. 
r 5!)14. Betsey .1., b. ^lar. 24, 1S33. 
r 5:»15. f^sther A., b. Nov. 5, 1S37. 

r 5!>16. Henry Harrison, b. Aug. 31, 1840. 

57G7. 1155301 

.\nn Peck (5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 7 (or 16), 1S04, 
riiflps, X. Y., d. at :.[a^on, :^liLh.. April 2S, ISSG, or April 
3", 1S'<7, m. Sept. 12, ]s24. Daniel Stewart, b. A])ril 2S. 
1 7! 17, Deertield, X. Y., d. Mar. 25, ISSl, ^lasou, Mich. 
Tliere were four children. 

- 51117. Xaiicy Ann. h. Dec. IS. 1S25, Phelps. X. Y. '^ 
5111-^. Kliva, b. A])ril 7. 1S2S, d. A])ril 7. 1S53. 

- 5010. Cliarlotte E.. b. ^lar. 4. 1S30. 

- 5020. Horace P., b. Ai)ril 3, 1S32. 

5770. 

Matilda Mack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 15, 1704, d. 

An-. 21. I>i20. P.nu.klyn. Pa., ni. . EHslia Eovd. b. 

. d. .Tany. 3. ]>0-^. ae. 77 yr-., G uios. There were 

-i-viTal children, anaong them as near as can be ascer- 
taiac.l: 

5-.t2l. Sally, b. . 

5022. Xelsou. b. . 

5023. Lydia, b. . 

5024. Eliza, b. . 

5!i25. Clinton, b. . 

5771. 
Kli7abtili Mark (57211. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May G. 13 or 23. 
E'.'i; (,l,.,;;i l,y .lifrVrriit pcr>nn~), d. Sept. or Dec. 30, ]-20, 



962 Mack Genealogv. 

Brooklyn, Pa., m. 1st. Fob. 10. ISlS, Pivston Tiffany, h. 
Ain-il -JO. IT'.Vi. d. Oct. 23, is7(;, m. 2d, yhir. 25, ISoO, Abit! 
K. Truesdell. b. July 10, 17^0, d. July 23. ISTd Tliur..' 
were six children, all by first marriage, record giveu ;;~ 
follows: 

5026. Lydia E., b. [Monday, ^lay 1 or ID, 1S20, d. Dee. 
3, 1SS7. 

5927. Elisha T., b. Tuesday. Sept. 25. 1S2]. 
+ 502S. :\[illa L.. b. Sunday. ^lay 16, 1S23. Spriugville. 
I'a. 

5020. Preston 11.. b. Friday, July 9, 1S25. d. June 5. 
1900. 

5030. Joseph AV.. b. ^[onday. Feb. 10. 1S27. 

5931. Oiville X.. b. Saturday, Aug. 30, 1S2S, d. Juno 
17, 18S7. 

5772. 

Fanny Miwk (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 11, 'T70-. d. 
Dec. 20,"lS5i). Brooklyn, Pa., ni. Feb. 1. ISIS, Alfred Tif- 
fany, b. . d. . There were thirteen children. 

5932. Lydia A., b. Sept. 15. ISIS. d. . 

5033. Joseph I-., b. Jauy. 5. LS2n. d. April 12, 1S2G. 

59.3-1. Charles II., b. Dec. IS. 1S21. 

5'.)35. Hannah V... ii. Die. 2'i. 1':'23. d. June 14, 1S72. 

5936. Fanny M.. b. U-i. 22, 1<25. d. Ault. 23, 1S70. 

5937. Edwin ^[,. b. April 22. 1S2S. d. Sept. 25. IS^S. 
503S. Bet>ey 11.. b. A])ril 10, 1S.30. d. OcL. 26. 1S7;;. 

5939. William IL. !>. Alay 0, 1S32. 

5940. Sarah ^L. b. April l!i. 1S34. d. .Mar. IS. l'=7S. 
5041. Marvin Ia-c. b. ^lar. 23. 1S30, d. Jany. 21, l-'.'3. 
5930a. Frank E.. b. Au-. 3. 1^33. 

51143.' Ilanift A., b. Aliiy 5. 1S42. 
' "5'.'44. Xtwel! AV.. b. Auu-. 11, 1^44. 



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Mack Geneai.ogv. 963 

5774. 

Marvin Lord MvAi (57-20. 5704. i::;. 1.) b. May 20, 1S03, 
I.viiic. Conn., d. Nov. or Dee. 0. 1?S4, m. 1st, Jany.' 'l2, 
l-i'o. Enieliue Palnit-r, b. Nov. 24, 1S05, Groton. Conn., d. 
.V..V. lb, 18G6. He m. 2d, Oct. 24, 1S72, Mary lloscoe, b. 

ISIS, d. Jauy. S. 1891. There were seven cliil- 

ly first marriage. 

Kdwin Palmer, 1). June 23, 1S20. 

James AVoleott, h. Jtar. 2, 1S31. 

George Chaimuui. b. Oct. 16, 18.33. 

Ledyard Pa'.mei-. b. Dec. 0. 1S3S. 
51)49. Charles Alarviu, b. Jany. 24, 1845, m. July 3, 
H72. Lucy E. JefTfrs. b. Feb. 19, 1S47, d. l\'b. 7, 1900. 
.\'o eliildren. Resided Xicholsou, Pa. 
- 5950. Horace Greeley, b. Dec. 7, 1S4G. 
5951. Ellen Gertrude, b. May 17, 1849, d. Oct. 1, 1864. 

5776. <^ 

Enoch ^[ack (5720. 5704. ]3. 1.) b. Jany. 30, 180G, L}irie. 
t'oim.. d. Feb. 20, 18S1, ni. ^lay 24. 1827. Phebe Loretta 
!^•be^ts. b. Feb. 20, 1-^10, d. Juno G, 189^^. 

When he was a child his jiarents removed to r>rookhTi, 
I'a. When he grew to manhood l;e studied medicine with 
lU uncle. Dr. Roscoe, at Carlisle. X. Y. Taking his title 
>'t' M. [)., he after bis marriage commenced the {practice 
"l" iiiediciue in Tunkhaunock, Pa., and latei' he removed 
t') \Vyoniing, Pa. 

He became very active in tlio temperance and anti- 
-'avery causes, and in the 14eak Dvcember of 1833 he 
lunnr.ti'i] his horse and rode through the wild- of north- 
'•rn I'enn-ylvam'a to Philade'i'hia, where he united with 
Vv'ilii;nu.Jdoyd Garrison, .luhu G. "Whittier and others in 
•1 I' orLMuizntiun ol ilir' .\ni''r:.\i;i Aiiti-Slavrry Society. 
•>n tlu' record of this sor-irty's Dfchiraliim of Si'iitinients, 
'here pronnilgnted iieneath t!ie shadnw of Ind.ependence 



694 Mack Gene:ai.ogv. 

Ilall, where the nation's Du'cL-iratiou of Independence wa.- 
formuhitod, a little over one-half a century before, the 
signature of Elnoch Mack written in bold characters mav 
be seen. 

About ISoo he relinquished the practice of medicine, 
moved to Dover, X. II., where he was ordained as minister 
of the First Free Baptist Church of that city and became 
editor of The ^Morning Star, the organ of the denomina- 
tion. Subsequently he was appointed agent of that de- 
nomination's Foreign Mission Society, and in order to 
fulfil his duties in this office he resigned his pulpit and in 
1S49 he removed to Xew York Cit}', where for nineteen 
years he labored as City }*Fissionary in the northernmost 
ward of that city. In ls7t; he went to Catskill Station. X. 
Y., where he died, his widow surviving him seventeen 
years. There were three children, 
-f- 5952. Henry Quincy, b. :\Iay 5, 1S29. 
-f .5953. Xarcissa. b. June 20, lS3o. 

5954. Asenath Elvira, b. Aug. 15, 1835, d. Sept 2S 
1836. 



5777. 

Alfred Wokott :»ra(.-k (5720. 57(i4. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 2, ]S07. 
d. Aug. 1.5. 1-^4. Darre. X. Y.. m. Srq,t. 13, 1S34, Elizabeth 
Jewctt, b. .lauy. 5. l^lt). I'.runklyn. Pa., d. Jauy. 27, 19("il. 
She was dau. of Xatliau and E!cct;i i Fox) Jewett, who left 
E. Iladdam. Conn., in ISll and went to Brookivn, Pa. 
(See Xo. 5'-'41.) 

Alfred W. Mark wa.> a master bnilder, later in life a suc- 
cessful farnu-r. He wa-, a thorough Christian, a man of 
culture and refinement, a lover of music and books, one 
who ma.Ie i.I> lioine. -'Cresrcnt Terrace Place." one of the 
most brautlful in Unvn. In 1S43 he removed to P.arre. 
wliM-c ! o ;,:;:] ,vi^,, both di.Ml. She v.-ns des.^etided fro-: 
(b'.M^,. Vox. !nu!id. r of ( >uakcri<ui, author of "The Book 
of -Alarlyrs .*' There were three children. 



Mack Genealogy. -965 

'j-jj. Ellen Ellzaheth. 1.. Sept. G, 1S3.-^. 
•,i.-,6. Lavinia Jewett. b. ^fay 30. 1S40. 
;)j7. Caroline Electa, b. Nov. 2, 1S49. Res., Barxe. 



Horace Roscoe Mack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 13 or 
17. l?On, d. April 13, 1S51, m. Feb. 26, 1S35, ilary Miles, 
h. .[any. 24, 1S15, d. April 5, 1S05. There ^vere four cliil- 
• Ircn. " 
^ 5;i5S. Theodore Horace, b. Oct. 5, 1836. 

- 5;)J9. Charles Miles, b. Jauy. 29, 1S39. 

59n0. Arthur Leroy, b. Aug. 17, 1841. d. Jany. 27, 1851. 

- 5'.)61. Mary Eveline, b. Oct. 22, 1848. 

5„,. -1755010 

John BoutoTi Mack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. July 15, 1811, 
I'rooklyn, Pa., d. ^Jar. 6. IS^IQ. Phelps, X. Y., m. at Hones- 
'iale, Pa., Sept. 23, 1847. ]v[ary Jane Bangs, b. June 11, 
1-2,^, Bethany, Pa., d. Feb. 3." 1SS4, Phelps. X. Y. She 
\vas dan. of lolijah Keok-r and Elniira ^\. (Robinson) 
nang.s. There u'ore Uvo chil'lren. 

59i;2. Frank Wolsteiu, b. July lit, 1S53, Carbondale. 
Pa., ni. Dec. 15, ISOO, Einilie H. Hepburn (.lau. of Rev. 
'b'o. II. and Mary C. Hepburn). He was superintendent 
"f I--astern r)ivision of tiie Associated Press and was in 
New York City, Imt has latt-ly removed to Tivnver, Colu. 

59G3. Florence Gertrude, b. May 4. 1859, at Hyde 
I'ark, Pa., d. April 28, l-^iw. Phel])S, X. Y. 

Since writing the above re'.a.ting to Air. Frank AV. Mack 
!•'• has often appear.'d on t"he lecture iilatforin under tlic 
•■'ti-pices of the Southern Lyceum Bureau, his subjects 

'I'l:.- (uv, nr-'.m nl -ban ii,di--m. An Eveuin- AVith ('leu- 
'•i"al Grant. .Snine Fnwritten History, The Assuciated 
i';essand Its Work. 



966 Mack Genealogy. 

^lany testiraonials sjieak of listening to bim two liour>. 
and all- were sorry when lie stopped, and they were from 
such men as Hamiltr.n AT. Mabie, ITon. Alton Ji, Parker. 
Hon. Timothy L. Woodruff and pa?tors of churches of a'l 
denominations. 

We have just had the rare treat of listening to j[r. 
Frank W. ^Nfack, one of the most interesting s|ieakers wLc 
has ever addressed our boys. His inspiring enthusiasiu 
and earnestness, and his ability to impersonate in voice 
and manner, notal^le men whom ho has interviewed, re- 
move entirely what would be. in the hands of others, ti;o 
dr^oiess of details. "We all hope to have Mr. Mack again 
in our next year's lecture course. — G. "W. Dougkass. In- 
structor in History at the }*[oody School for Men, Mt. Her- 
mon, Mass., Nov. 2o, 1002. 

Pei-\'aded with delicate humor and clean mirth.— -Sec'y 
Y. M. C. A.. 'Woodbury. Conn., Jany. 12. 1903. 

Here is a man who, aside from his standing in journal- 
ism, has mastery of that best type of modern eloquence 
which, discarding the methods of oratorical strutters, 
speaks straiglit out rnan-fashion. ^Iv. }>rack did what few 
speakers in tliese days are able to do with me — m.ade mf 
utterly oblivious of passing time. — James H. L/'';'kwood. 
Pastor M. E. Church, Woodbury, Conn., Dec, l'.ii)2. 

In Mr. ]\Lack's utterances there is soul, mind, spirit of a 
high and noble cast. — Kev. .1. L. Kol.iertson, Warren. Pa.. 
Dec. 1902. 

His style is clear cut, his di'-tion i>ure, and v,-hat lie said 
was clean.— Pev. P. INl. Crounse, ScAa.rd, X. Y., Xov. 2'\ 
1902. 

From beginning to end 'Mr. Ma'-k"s vividly iutt-restini;- 
descriptions held the undivided attention of the entire au- 
dience. He has intorc-ting f;!.-ts. fXi-cllcnt delivery, and a 
jiersonality wliirh in combination l:ave, a> I can rea^iiiy 
unilcrstand. a-^nr-d !:;< sn-'...;, :■. a i -'-ircr.-D. !b V:.;-- 
iiell. Sec'v West Side DiaL.-ii V. .M. ( •. A.. Xew York. 



Mack Genealogy. 967 

M().->t lecturers are oonteuted if tlioy Luld their audi- 
cii.H's until 9:.']0 without fidaeling, but Mr. Frauk T\'. Mack 
-poke ioT a half hour beyond that time in the Star Course 
;it t!ie X'alentine last evening, and his hearers would will- 
inu'lv hove tarried lougt-r by hours, for the telling of a 
Miiiv is a rare gift and peojile are, after all. but children, 
f.-i-.T to listen, wlien as last night the story teller is a true 
i:i;i-ter of his art. Seldom has the local lecture platform 
Ik'KI a nuui so generously endowed with charm of manner, 
irraro of speech and intere.-ting material.— Toledo, Ohio, 
'rimes, Dec. 11, 1902. 

lie is a captivating speaker, always holding the atten- 
tion and sympathy of his audience. — Troy, X. Y., Record, 
l-'.-i). 6, 1903. 

lie is among the first of platfonn speakers. — Liberty 
(X. Y.) Register. 

There are some things I confess myself uuable to de- 
scribe—music, pictures, pathos. Mr. [Ntack's ''Green- 
rtxv.n of Journalism," delivered in our church, was full of 
all three. He has an inimitable vv'ay of telling a story — 
-imple, lucid, gripping. Beside so-called "po}nilar lec- 
tures," his is \'ital, refre.-^hing, tonic — George C. Peck, 
I'astor First ]^[. E. Church, :vlt. Vernon, X. Y. 

He gave our people the best number in our course, aiid 
we shall have him again.— Lynn W. F>allard. Chairman. 
Little Valley, X. Y., Jan., 1903. 

Mr. Mack is a man who has done things. He has for 
years been with the Associated Press, has been all over 
the world, and has investigated and written every variety 
"f news. His '-Talk" is one of the products of a rich e.K- 
p<'rience. He has dramatic power and an established rep- 
utation as an elO'iuent speaker. — Toledo (0.) Bee, Bee. 
11,1902. 

An unuslial card. He heal his audience in deep inter- 
v.t.-rin.-iiiTiati (H.) Ihi.iuir.'r. Pel). 23. 1903. 

'J'ho-c wii.n aim at l..fi_v wui-d lli^hts can never ex>-el tLi- 
simple eloquence of Mr. .Mark's thrilling stories. This 



9G8 Mack Geneaiogv. 

imiiiue lei'turc was an iufonnal talk by a shrewd, every- 
day-like iTiau who does thing?,— a stoiy of i^ersonal worl: 
in a field untrodden by the average citizen and ]<t].owu by 
only a few. !Mr. Mack made himself famous in the world 
•of journalism by just such strategic work as that of whi'h 
he tells.-Xaples (X. Y.) Xews, Jan. 22, 1003. 

X'ever was there a better pleased audience than this 
one. and the best talkers have held the boards at the Au- 
ditorium, yiv. 'Mcick has a rare personality, and knows 
just what he is talking about. His "Talk" teemed with 
reminiseeuce;it laibbled over with huinnr and incident — 
all balanced by hard, practical conmion sense. — "Warren 
(Pa.) Times, Dec. S, 1902. 

Aside from the instructivenoss of tlie "'talk," as Mr. 
Mack modestly calls his lecture, the cliarm of its diction 
and the absorbingly interesting character of the thLngs he 
said, there was in it what is most valuable of all in a pub- 
lic address— real and abundant inspirational power.— 
Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot, Oct. 2S. 1902. 

Frank !Maek's stories are chaj)ters from life. They 
pali)itate and glow with the true heai-t interest, — all so 
simply, quietly and yet so gra]iliica]ly told as to holdjhe 
large audience spellbound. — Sunday Times, Toledo, Ohio. 
Dec. ]^, 1002. 

Mi-. r^Iack's lecture last night attracted unu-<ual interest 
and attention !;ecause it was filled with incidents seen 
through the eyes of tlie trained newsi>aper man, and with 
anecdotes of great men and great events. — X'ew York Tri- 
bune. 

Talking in conventiomil style. y\v. )>Iack in his uni.[ue 
lecture last night threw interesting side-lights upon great 
questions and events with which, as a newsjiaper man, he 
has enjoyed unusual facilities for being eonversant. His 
audience applauded t!ie tidelity of the dranuuie scenes and 
events pictured. — Xew York Pre<s. 



Mack Genealogy. 069 



57S0. 



Mary Emily :\[ack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. July 27, 1S13, 
.1. 1)00. ol, IS'.i!', m. in 1S35 in Jersey City, N. J.,-Loreu 
L'lthroi) Bagley (son of Jesse Bagley), b. June S, 1«11, 
r.rouklyn, Pa., d. April 14, 1872, Carbondale, Pa. There 
Were si.K children. 

- .V.KU. Mary Posella. b. April 6, 1S36. 

- 5;i(i5. Viola Melvina, b. Dec. 22, 1<3S. 

5!1GG. Isidore, b. Dee. 22, 1S3S, d. in two weeks. Twin 
to al)ove. 

■ :ahu. EuiilyElvira,b. Feb. 11,1841. 

■ 5'.U)S. Emma Eliza, b. June 20, 1850. 

:)'.){][). Arthur Le Grand, b. Feb. 2G, 1852, d. March 
,1864. 

5781. . ~ 

Ursula Griswold Mack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 17, 
1^15, d. July 15, 1877, Plielps. X. Y., m. George Mack 
(>nn of John and Elizabetli (Pratt) Mack), b. Nov. 16, 
1^12, d. July 21, 1891. He was married three times. 
• See Xos. 5804 and 5707.) Xo children. ^ 

5782. 

Charles Xewell ^[ack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 10, 
1^17, d. Dec. 27. 1800, Beluit, Wis., m. Mar. 2, 1848, Saraii 
\'y>«c. h. Aug. 23. 1831. There was one ciiild. 

5'J70. Clara A., b. Aug. 24, 1850, d. Soi.t. 7, 1850. 

5783. 

William Gustavus Mack (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. IMar. 15. 
I^l'.t, Brooklyn, Pa., d. [>ec. 7, 1901. at his home near Al- 
I'i'm, X. Y., m. Dec. 8, 1854, Lucv M. Loveland. b. Xov. 

nis*;*tl;.n- li,-id tv.-o lu-nlhcrs. Marvin l.urd and AVn',- 

'•"It Lonl. and tliree sifter- who married, oiit- 

Ereeman, anotlier Hawes. another Butkr. 



970 Mack Genealogy. 

William G. Mack, \vitli the exception of one year speut 
in "Wisconsin, has lived in Alhion, X. Y., since 184.?, thus 
going there in early inanhouJ, and his honest_endeavor< 
■were crowned u-ith success; and as a man of affairs no 
trust of the fatherless or widow reposed in him was ever 
betrayed. "He leavt-s a fine competency to his family 
and tliat more precious inheritance, the example of a 
strong, sincere and unsullied manhood." True and loyal 
to his friends, courteous to all, he well merited the title 
of gentleman; thus doing credit to an honorable ancestry 
and to christianized human nature. In religious senti- 
ment he was liberal, inclining to the Universalist faith, 
and he was a member of the congregation of that church. 
He was aUo a generous coiUributor to churches of other 
d^enominations. He v.-as the last of his father's family 
of noble men and women. There were two children. 
+ 5971. AVillis Land, b. June 14, 1S59. 
+ 5972. Charles A., b. Oct 26, 1SG9. 

57S4. 
Ansel Freeman :\raok (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. MaVh or 
ISIay 5 or 15. 1S21, d. Dec. 2, ISSl, Binghamtou. X. Y., m. 
^lartha ^[. Bly, b. . There were two chil- 
dren. 

5973. Ida E., b. , 1.^4S, m. , and d. , 

1S79. 

5974. -Afinnie G., b. , 1S51. m. . and d. 

, 1S76. 

57S9. 

Josiah Mack (5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 5, 1799, d. 

, m. . Almira Kent, b. , d. . 

Tliere v.-ere four children. 
♦;5!i75. 



597S. 



Mack Glnealocy. 971 

5790. 

I'.utsey (Klizalx'th) ^lack (.5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 14, 
iSi.iO, d. A[ar. 25, L^^7, in. Oct. 19, 1821. Joseph Lines, 1). 
.Fuiie n. 1798. d. Dec. 2^, 1S74. There ^vere two chihlreu. 

- r/.'79. -Alary Elizabeth, b. Au-. 15, 1822. 

- 511^0. Joseph, b. Aug. 15, 1>^24. 

5791. 

Elijali B. Mack (5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 15, 1S02. d. 

. m. , b. , d. . There were 

three children. 

59S1. 

59S2. 

5933. 



Jemima Alack (5722. 57iU. 13. 1.) b. Oct. IS. 1804, d. 

, m. . Elislia Lathrop. b. , d. . 

There were eight chiklreii. One resides .'^pring'viile, Pa-^ 
(\Varren Lathrop). 

5984. 
to 

5991. 

5793. 

Polly Mack (5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 30, I8O1I, d. 

Ort. 7, lMi2. m. , Allen McKinney. b. , d. 

Jany. 27. 1^>]A, ae. 57. There were ei-lit children. 

o9!>2. P.ratou. b. . "Went West." 

^ 5993. Xuble. b. . 

59II4. An;an<]a. li. , m. , a Thompson of 

111. " 

5'.i:'5. Mary b. . m. , James (lillesi.Ie, 

Philadelphia. 



972 Mack Genealogy. 



5795. 

Edward Mack (5722. 5704. 1.":;. 1.) h. Jany. 14, ISll d. 

, m. , b. — , d. — ■ . Thfre vrere ten 

childrcu. 

G002. 
to 

GOll. 

5796. 

Eliza Mack (5722. 5704. lA. ].) b. Sept. 3, ISK!. d. 

, m. , Frank Blakc^lce. b. , d. . 

IJcs., SpriiiiTviUe, ]\i. Six cliildreii. 

(•,012. 
•*to 

Mil. 



5996. Jane, b. , m. , a Xorthroj), Scran- _| 

ton, Pa.i ^ 

5997. Chester, b. , d. Nov. 9, 1SG3 (ae. 17 yr.~.. | 

11 mos.), in hospital, Kno.wille. The hero o? seven b;:L- | 

ties— Kappahannock, Sulphur Springs, GainesviU-j. | 

Groveton, Manasses. South Mountain and Antietam. J 

5998. Eliza, b. , ra. , a Eickurt of 111. I 

+ 5999. Elisha, b. , m. , Emma Packer, or ^ 

Packard. 1 

i 

5794. I 

Xeliemiah K. ^laek (5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 12, 1S12, | 

d. Dec. 16, 1S92, m. , 1S40, ])iadamia Hewitt, u. ^] 

July 26, 1820, d. Sept. 24, 1S8S, killed; run over by cars | 

on railroad. There were two children. | 

+ 6000. Latham Hewitt, b. . | 

+ 6001. Martha Mahina, b. Jany. 4, 1844. 1 



Mack Genealogy. 



579i 



Sanib M.-ick (572-:. 57(14. 13. 1.) I). Oct. 14, I^IS, d. 
N"ov. -Jl, is.of). Phelps, X. Y.. m. Jauy. 22, 1830, Oeurge 
Ma.-k (<f>e Xos. 57S1 and 5S04). b. Nov. 18. 1S12, d. July 
. 1 . ]<:'{. Tlicfe were two cliildren. 

- C'llS. Sarah Elizabetli. b. ^[ay 24. 1S41. 

• liwr.l. George Edwin, b. ^^ay 28, 1843. 

5799. 

.b.hn Mack (.372.5. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 2G, 1800, L>ine. 

Conn.. .1. Aug. 2S. l.-4i!. Ohio City. Ohio, m. , 1S19, 

L^tura A. Tryon of Gla.stouI)ury. b. Aug. 10. 1802, d. Aug. 
14. 1^42, i'^s^ex, Ouiin. lie reiuoved from Essex, Conn., 
in I'^.'m to Ohio; first to Ashtabula; then Eairport, and 
!iirn Ohio City, where he died, leaving a hirge family, the 
I'ldrst lieing twenty, and for the aecount of his conveying 
thf faiuily back to their old home in Conn, see X'o. G020. 
ill- was a ship builder. Th.ere wt-re eleven children. 

- (;i>2n. Xoah Ezekiei, b. ;Ma\- 9. 1:^20, Essex. Conn. 

- t;(i21. dane Aurelia. b. Aug. in, 1^22. 

(;022. Josiab., b. April 1, 1825, d. Aiuil 11. 1S25, 

• ljii2.3. Xaiiey }.[aria. li. .Tune 5. 182ij. 

• t;ii24. Xeison Edward, b. Jany. ;;il. 1828. 

- fin25. Kosann:i Elizali-th. b. Aul"'. 7. 1829. 

- b!i2iJ. Eran<_'es Louisa, b. Eeb. 5. l'^.3ii. 

- ii'i27. Henry Gurney. b. Sept. 23. l'^32, W. Haven. 

• i:ii28. Laura Ann. b. .luly 3. 1^34. 

G02;». b'lora M.. b. .July 12, 183G. d. Eel). 12. 1839, Fair- 
port. Ohio. 

bi>;;u. Adelaide P.. b. ^[ay 13. 1839, Fairport, 0.. d. 
-\'"v. 28. 1843, Essex, Conn. 

5800. 

l!-t>ey Mack (5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 13, l^n2. 
i..\nie. C(;nn.. d. Xov. 10, 1^S1. m. Sept. , 183i). V.va- 



974 Mack Geneai.ogv. 

janiin BramMo, b. , ISOS, d. Au-. 11, 1S,j7. He \v;>.. 

a spar maker, lived in Essex, Conu., and died there, ao. 
49 yrs. and 12 days. There were five children. 

G031. George, 1). Sept. 19, 1S31, Xew London, Conn.. 
and d. Get. 30, lSo2. 

6032. Cliarles, b. Oct. 11, 1S32, d. Sept. 29. 1S95. rr.. 
in Hartford, Conn., Oct. 3, 1SS2, ^Irs. Phebe Eov.-e of 

New Jersey, b. A})ril 25, 1S3'?. Cape May, X. J., d. , 

1S91, hospital, in Xew JIaveu, Conn. Xo children. 
+ 6033. Elizabeth, b. April 22, 1S37, Essex, Conn. 

6034. Henry, b. Xov. 5, 1S3S, d. Sept. 19, 1S40. 

6035. Henry Lewis, b. Oct. 6, 1S45, d. Fe]>. 25, 1>75. 
Unmarried. 



5801. 

Xancy Mack (5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. July 2, 1S04, Lyme. 
Conn., d. IMay 20, 1S75, m. Dee. 25, 1S27, ^Villiam Tripp. 

b. April 8, 1799, Essex, Conn., d. . He was a shij' 

carjienter and worked for David ?.Iack in his ship yard 
many years. 'His family liad the reputation of being a 
model family. There were tliree children. 

61)36. Sarah Elizabeth, b. Oct. 2, 1^2S, Essex, Conn.. 

m. .O.-t. 6, 1^63, Jaboz Dcnison'^Parker. b. , 1?1G. 

Chester, Conn. P-s.. Chester. Conn.. Xo children. 
4- 6037. Su:-an Ahiiena, b. June 27, 1S3:]. 

603^^. William Johns, .n. b. April 21, 1S3S, m. Sept. 2''. 

P^i;*^. Viiginia Conklin (of Sag Harbor, X. Y.), b. . 

Kes., P^ssex. Conn. Xo children. 

5S02. 

David Mack (5725. 57(i4. 13. 1.) b. Xov. 14, ISOik L>t.-.-\ 
■Conn., d. Jnly 9, 1901. Essex, Conn., m. Aug. 27, 1>27. 
H?;ni;ah Parkr-i', b. O.'t. 29, 1<(V. d. April 12. 1S94. S! •■ 
wa.- dau. of William and Pachei (L'.ushneu) Parker v: 
Savbrook. 



Mack Genealogy. 975 

David Mack was born ia the house built by his father 
•;i 1722 and now occupied by Percy Anderson, situated 
I ,:ir the entrance of Hamburg Cove (Lyme, Canru), 
M.iith side. When very young his parents moved to Es- 
-(■\ arid he remembered Very well when he was a little 
ii;..iv than seven years of age of picking up hot spikes 
and burning his hands when the British aruiament from 
til-' squadron blockading New London, Conn., April, 1S14, 
l.nrned twenty-two vessels on the stocks (coves and river) 
..pl-usite his house (loss $1G0.0U0.00) near where the old 
• ■Ini tree now stands, which is now fast nearing its eud, 
.1- large branches spreading more than one hundred feet 
i'l'iin the main trunk are gradually becoming dislodged. 
Yi.e iree is over two hundred years old. About ten years 
.•:l:i), after a hea\y gale, a large liuib fell to the ground 
;:iid from it were taken Indian arrow heads of perfect 
-iape. They were ]irobably shot or deposited there by 
l:;dians v.ho used this locality fui- a canijiing ground. 
'I'lic height of the tree is fi-oiii ninety to one hundred feet, 
iiiid its branches spread about the same distance. Quite 
a colony of red squirrels inhabit it. 

Mr. ^lack resided near ^liddle Cove, and about five 
yrai-s ago had a cat that caua-Iit fi>h. , The remains of a 
-■ unonc!- lay in the mud oiY }i[a'.'k"s dnek and with the in- 
'■"iiiing tide the fish gath.-r there. The cat seemed to 
'.uciw when the fish were due on the feeiling grounds aud 
'"'ik his station. "When he sees ;! fish he likes he ])lunges 
into the water, gets it, and -wims for shore and has 
1. aided as smart as any Ximrod a jiickerel twelve inches 
in h-m;tli, weigliing about a pound." Mr. Ma^k when [Yo 
.""■ars of age came near beiuj: drowned. He had beeu to 
till' ^teamb(;at dock in his small row boat, and wheu 
:'*tiiniing to his home in honie \va>- n;ade a misstep ;iad 
f'll nvei]>oard near tlie char.nel iiauk. lie made out after 
-'■veral (!..■-!. -rate af.empi- to .-bii- to i!.e b,.at and u:ot 
n and >a\-e<l hiiii-elt' I'l-eu b.ing drowned. He was the 
'"••'t ^h'\\> buiUler on the ('onu'-eticut luver, h;ivinu' I'uilt 



97.', " '^ • M.\CK Genealogy. 

about seventy vcssl-Ls some for coasting aud some for 
foreigu ti'ade. His life was given to building of sailini: 
crafti of diiTcrent deseiiptious. Where ^wl; once the oM 
shipyard, trees now grow. The rising geueratfon littl- 
dreaiu that about one hundred vessels were built and 
launched where trees and shrnhbciy now grow near hi> 
residence, known as Slack's landing. The channel frou! 
which the vessels were launched was once of great depth, 
but now nothing remains to sliow that this channel ex- 
isted, the water being the same depth now as its surround- 

At the age of ninety Mr. ^lack built a hne naphtha 
launch for his son in his boat shop. 

He was building ships over lifty years, doing a large 
business, and had at tinu-s two or three ships building at 
once. 

He united with the .Metliodist Church in 1S27, soon after 
its formation- was a trustee over sixty years, and luu- 
been a liberal supporter of the same, a regular attendar.t 
and frequently took piirt in prayer meetings. Ihj v.a< 
modest in demeanor, plain of speech, temperate in habit- 
and prompt to pay his do\<>. His wife, with whom he 
lived nearly sixty-seven years, was also a member of the 
^ilethodist Church, an^l ev^r loyal to it^ doctrines. H-v 
death was the first that oc-urred in the family. 

His DOth birthday wa< e-eh-brated at the liome of his ^on. 
Jerome, and tlie following i.oem. written by Mrs. Jerou>/ 
Maek. was read at that time: 

Father, think of it. it is ninety years 
Sinco fil■^t your ryes oi>ened in this vale of tears 
In the tov.-n of Lyme, where many sir.art men 
Have a<-hievL'd great tilings au-ain. and again. 
-»- Vou !?:rew up manly and sturdy and strong 

Ard vnur d; y- hav h, ru i^.th pi-.-i.^-rwus au'l loi.c. 



Mack Genealogy. 9T7 

Voii seem bale and hearty to us all no^v ; 
There are not many furrovv's on your brow, 
Time does not deal but with the very few -' - 

As it has dealt and wondrously blessed you. 

Sixty-seven years you had a loving bride, 
One who was ever faithful by your side; 
Sunshine or trouble she was ever the same, 
Since first she consented to bear your name. 

More than two years ago God called her home; 
Since then you have faced your troubles alone. 
Of children you nevei- have lieen bereft, 
Vov all th;it God gave you you jiow have left. 

I'^or a Vidiile longer v.-ith us you may stay.— 
We li0[)e you'll see uumy another birthday, 
liut if God calls, nsay you Ije ready to go 
To that country where no sorrow they know. 

The time has come to bid you a good night, 
May you be liaiijA' and youi- eyes keep bright 
To look again upon those whom you saw 
In the home of son and daughter-indaw. 

I>avid Mack liuilt the shiji Mara^'aylio aiid he made one 
v<i>-.iLre ill it tn Sdutli Amerir;;. but on tlie second voyage 
•'!' Ill" >\n]' it was In-r. There were four children. 

OKV.K Ka.-hel r,u.hne!l. b. Aug. 12. IS'J:), d. Feb. 5, 
l'"i'!. I'last L>me. G.>n!i.. after a long illnes-;, m. Sept. 15, 
l^'i>, Nelson S. Rogers. 1). April 17. 1S;.;7. E. Lyme, Conn. 
-Vo .•hildren. He studied m.-dlcine in Philadelpliiiu Pa., 
■■■u<\ atten.led medical l-ctures. but his health failing he 
(■■irnrd hi> a.ttentinii to f,-;iiiiing. Pes., E. Lyme. Conn. 

<;"H)„, ^Klien Iv'n.xa. 1.. .\pi-il -JC, IS.li. She has aided 

l;--.. K-eX. C.iun.. lual-.imi- a hume for her iirother. 

I'.'ii!. Da.vid L.-wi.. h. .Iiily 0. ]S;;7. 
• •■iML'. Frederick .lerume, b. Sept. 10, ISiS. 



078 



Mack Gfnealogv. 



5S03. 

ifoxanna ^[;lek {:u-2o. 57iM. 13. 1.; b. Dee. 2S, ISrr.i, 
Saybrook, Conn., d. Xov. 15, ISSS, id. in New Yerk City, 
Sept. 26, 1S33, Dauiel Darius Clark of Colchester (lie wa. 
a car]jeuter). b. Xov. 3, I-^IO. Colehoster, d. April 13. IS'.i]. 
There were five children. 
+ G043. Eliza Ann, b. :^Iar. 31, 1S34. 

GO-U. Adt-laide E., b. Jauy. H, l?3l', d. Feb. 7, 1S37. 

G045. Adelaide E., b. Oct. -27. IS:!^, ui. Sept. 15, 1-0' i, 
Chester Hunt, b. Aug. IG, 1S30, in Bolton, Conn. A car- 
penter. Xo children. lies., Colcliester. Conn. 
+ 6046. Josiah Franklin, b. :\lay 11, 1S52, always calle.' 
J. Frank Clark. 

6(347. Ih-ankhu L., b. .May 23, 1S41, d. Mar. 1, 1S42. 

5S04; 



George Mack (5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Xov. IS, 1812, Es- 
sex, Conn., d. July 21, ISIU. in. three times. 1st, Jany. 22. 
18311, Sarah Elizabeth. :\Iack, b. Oct. 14. 1S19, d. Xov. 21. 

1S5G, rhelps. X. Y. (See Xn. .) He m. 2d, Dec. 

31, 1S57, Fr.-ula Criswold .Mar-k. b. Oct. 17, 1S15, d. July 
15, 1^". (Soe Xos. 57^1 and 57'.;7.) lie in. 3d. Xov. 20,. 
1877, Xancy II. Cook.' b. Sept. 11, 1S22, Feuner, X. Y. 
There v,-cre two childiTn by 1st niarriaire. 
- Gii4^. Sarah Elizal..-t!i. b. May 24. 1S41. 
. G')4!). <;.•,, rgc Edwin, b. May 2S. 1<43. 

His two Otac!;) wives were cousins, •and both born in 
Brooklyn. Pa. He rfinnved fi-om Es<e.\-, Conn.. ab..r.t 
l.'^3G to !•!, ,-!,,.. X. Y.. a rarin-nter by tra-le. About 1-72 
lie to'ik up lain! in Kansas and laid out a city whieh wn- 
.■a!!cd Ma.-k.vill-. He sei ved in Civil War in Co. C. 14- 
X. Y. \'ni. Infantry, .'nhr-tin- An- 31. 1^(;2, servin- ti;: 
ek*se of war an.i was at the Mineuder nf Cen. Fee, April 
!i, l-i;5. •!•■ wa^ inaii ■ a.rirr fn;- tiir W.-iuient. Hv w;,- 
tlie tir-t p.wt!ua^t.r in Marksvilb\ 



Mack Genealoca'. 979 

('..Iiy of a letter written by Geor^'e Mack v.-hile in the 

war: 

"Sunday. Fuclimoiid, May 14, 1SQ5. 

I will give you uuw a littje sketdi of my travels'in and 
rir..iiiid the capital city of Kiclmiond— the fortiticationi 
ai;d lines extended out from seven to ten miles from the 
i-ity— liere were our Union lines — on these lines was 
many a bard fought battle and by very many dilYerent 
(ienerals in command from Gen. ^NlcClellan's command to 
ilie closing up of the war and many a General fell on these 
iiloo.ly fields of strife; the picture of these scenes cannot' 
l.e d'-.-scribed to you; only think of the thousands on thou- 
>and< of lives sacrificed here to guard this God-cursed 
'iiy — h.ere on these fields is one common burying ground; 
to go over these fields and think of them and the sufferings 
and privations endured, nonr but a soldier that has been 
tlicre can tell the true story. Near Chapin 's farm and the 
I hiti'li Gaj) was the headquarters of Gen. Benjamin F. But- 
I'T (if the Army of tlie James. Our lines here were held 
liy tlie 24th Artny Cori>s; those too feeble to march were 
I'-ft here to giiard the lines — this was called the Invalid 
<'<'rps. Those that were able to march li.'id to go ^nth 
Siirridan or Gen. Grant. On the morning of Ai.ri! "_\1 the 
hues were broken, the same day was Piichmond e\'acuateil 
and our Invalid Corps marched into tlie city of Rich- 
ii:iind, then in ruins. 

'I'i'dav May 1."). I'^n.l. T t;;ke a walk over t'le city, now in 
lains. llie city of Richmond is located at tlic head of the 
navigation of the .laincs River— here is the falls — the 
i-anal from here to I.ync!iburg!i— hcj-e at the fall> i> locat- 
••d the factories of Maneh.-ster — on the opcpo^ite side of the 
river. All of the bu>iness part of th.' city wa-^ here, here 
at this point all of tlie R;iilr..ad b-'id-es spannr-d the river 
-alUi^this jiart of th.c eity v,-a< lired with it> liridires. va.il- 
!":;dr;,,id ear> en i!;e :!d dav o!" April, l^'-'. it beinir S'::i 
day. the .^am.-day that .b'th i >nn Diivi,- left tlieehurcii :ind 
took the cars \,, parts unl::m-vn. The citv w:is left to it^ 



9S0 Mack; Genealogv. 

own destruetiiin. All was noise and coufu.sion aud di-- 
ordor, the Cniifederate soldiers leaving; in great haste — it 
is said tliat whiskey ran down the gutters of tha streets. 
drunkenness and disorder prevailt-tl all through the city. 
About 500 of our Invalid Corps rnarched info tlie city 
of Eiclimond. Capital of the Confederacy, and the city wa- 
turned over to our command. On Monday, April 3d. 
the City of Petershurgh was evacuated and tuined over 
in like manner— thus you see there was great things ac- 
complished in a little time, the Kebel lines were well 
guarded around tlie city. Several lines of forts all around 
the city for near ten miles and some of them -are very 
strongly fortified. There are three rebel prisons in 
Richmond, the Libby and Castle Thunder and Belle Isle. 
These all tell of hard sufferings aud privations. In this 
God cursed city are thousands of our poor soldiers buried 
that died of starvation and robbed of all tlie poor fellows 
had when they were imprisoned. 

May 16, lS(i5.— Our boys go out to the old battle ground 
of Fair Oaks, aljout seven or eight miles from the city of 
Iiichmond. This was the old battle ground that ^McClel- 
lan fought on first— the secoTid Ijatlle of Fair Oaks vras 
fought in the Fall of ISii-t by the •24th Corps. ]»[y regi- 
ment was in the last and Io,4 about oue-lialf of its men in 
killed and pri-ouers. This \Vas a heavy blow to the mO.i 
X. Y. \'ol. Our kilh:d an.d wumnh-d were ii^t at that ti!!-ie 
buried as they h:id no time givt'U tliem by the Kebels — th:- 
dead lay where they fell till now. Our l»r,ys today hr.v- 
t. Ca[)t. (jage of Geneva, X. Y.. 

— Today our ])oys go out to vi-:t 
at tlit-y were in nearly one yerr 
batile was the ;M of June, I'^'M. 
The Rt_-l)el>' gr.us ^tand poit.:- 
tlv'V di.l th • day tho lott!,- V.-; ~. 
Thr l.o;.s -ive a weird pictur.' ,■' 
ir on the' trround wliere the li^'j- 



buried what there 


was 


lef 


was killed here. 






Richmond, ]Ma\ 


17, ' 


fi5. 


another old iiatth 


tirld 


th 


a-o-Cold Harbr, 


•. T 


!i< 


Tiiis was a terriiil 
wj: at our Ihn -, , 


■ bat 
u-t : 


^" 


These wei'e .-ieu'.' 


jur.-^ 




the scene; bones .- 


till lyin 



Mack rrF.xFALOGV. 9S1 

iiail rooted thorn out. Ilti-e was the pLice wliere I nar- 
rowly escaped death. One of our conifaiiy lioys fell dead 
at my side. His blood tlew on me, which I carried for a 
long time. 

As ever, yours truly, 

GEORGE MACK." 

5S05. 

nonjamin ^lack (5725. 5704. 13. h) b. Jany. 27, 1815, 
Essex. Conn., d. Doe. 1. 1002. m. Jan-y. 25, 1S35, Hannah L. 
Tripp, b. June 20, 1817. Essex, Conn., d. suddenly April 
28, 1895. 

Thi-ee months arid three days previous they celebrated 
the s!.\tieth anniversary of their marria,2:e in the house 
in which they occupied as their residence a few weeks 
after their mai-riage. There were present about fifty 
children, grand children and great grand children and 
other guests; those who could not come sent a wedding 
gift of over forty dollars. The wedding feast was adorned 
by two brides' cakes, one with the date 1835 and the other 
1805. He is a boat builder and carpenter. Residence, 
Essex, Conn. They were both members of the Alethodist 
rhurch. There wei-e seven children. 

•'.050. Harriet Louisa, 1). Feb. 3, ISSG, d. Nov. 20, 1843. 

- ()'>51. P>en.iamin Lewellyu, b. Xov. 25, 1S37. 
' t;'i52. Emma Eli/.a. b. April -)!. 1^30. 

til '53. Elmer Giles, b. April 30, 1^45. d. Dec. 26, 1850. 

- <>054. Amasa Xewton. b. Feb. 10, 1840. 

- C055. xVmelia Jane, b. .fany. 3, 1854. 
605G. Augusta Tripp, b. Sept. 20. 1857. 

580G. 

FiK'uida Mack (5725. 57iU. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 14, 1817, E<- 
-"N.l5.im., d. Jany. 1^. ]<!'^. Xrw Ha\-en. (.'onn. She ui. 
•'■in.' lb. l'-;;'.i. Ibnry C. Kirliaud, b. :jay 5, 1<17. in Say- 
brook, the part nuw called AVtstbrouk, Conn., d. Dec. .3, 



9S2 Mack- Glneai.ogy. 

IS'.U (Fair Haven or) Xew Haven, Conn. lie was son f.t 
Pliilil) and yiiuy (Cliajunan) Kirtland. liesideJ in Say- 
brook, AVestbrook. K^sex and in 1854 removed^ to Fair 
Haven, Conn. He was in the oyster business for soir.- 
time. He was also sutler in the army at Fortress Monroc 
in Civil War. Tliey were botli members ol' the East Pear; 
St. ^Methodist Church, New Haven, Conn., and ho was a 
licens'-d exhorter. Both were much loved and respected 
by all. There were four children.. 
+ 60o7. Henry Ai)bott, b. :\[ay 30, 1S40, Essex, Conn. 
+ G05S. Harriet Elizabeth, b. Xov. 26, 1S43, Westbrook. 
Couu. 
+ G059. Mary Lucinda, b. May 17, 1S4S, Esses, Conn. 

G060. Philip Hamilton, b. April IS, 1S53, d. Jany. i:i. 
1S55. 

5814. 

Gilbert Xelson Smith (5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 24. 

1S13 (living in 1901). m. Oct. 1, 1843. Alma Cole, b. , 

d. A]n-il IS, ISGl. There wei-e eidit children. 

GOGl. Helen A., b. Jany. 20, 1840. d. Sent. G, ISGG. 

G0G2. Urbana B., b. Sept. 23, 1^47. 

G0G3. Evaline B.. b. Jany. 9, 3 850. 

G0G4. Arvilla D., b. Jany. G, 1S52, d. Api-il 25. ISGS. 

60G5. Ida A., b. Dec. 2G. I<:i3. d. Jany. G. 1889. 

GDi^G. Ro^e A., b. Feb. IM, ls5-. 

G0G7. William X., b. Feb. ID, '1858, d. Feb. 15, 180ri. 
Twin to above. 

6068. Almira C, b. Dec. 23, l^GD, d. April 28, 1SG8. 

581G. 

Flavel Cone Maek (5727. 57n4. 13. ].) b. Feb. 10, 1^1-'. 

in , Conn., d. ij.;t. 22. I'-^M". Ilarrin-tnn. D''Iaware. 

Ik^-fn. Dec. 31, 1.^.34, Laura Mai-h. b. .\u-. 12. 1814, Mid- 
dletoui). I'a. He iivi-d in BriM.!:;>ii. i'a.. ti rr>> yi'ars nlk'-r 
marriage then removed t(> i'helps, X'. Y., where thrO'- 



Mack Gexkalugv. 983 

ihiMren were boni and wlieri.' tliuv Jitd. In ISGG re- 
moved to Delaware. 

(;0(,;9. Ceylon Speiio'i-, I.>. , d. }.Iai-cli --. - 

(iOTi). yiiivj Ursula, b. , d. Aug. 25, , ae. 2 

vr.-;.. Ill mos. 

("1171. Pllnocli DudlL'V, b. , d. Sept. 4, , ae. 7 

inos.. 9 days. - "^ 

5820. 

,\an(T Church (5724. 5704. 13. 1.) b. , m. 

, Alaol;, b. . , d. — . There were four chil- 
dren. 

G072. Sarah, b. , m. , a Dr. [McDonald 

and resided St. Louis, !Mo. 

(5073. Helen, b. . 

6074. Benjamin, b. . 

6075. .lames, b. — . 

Xancy (Church) ^fack m. 2d, a }.[r. Spencer and re- 
sided in Columbus, I'a.. her motlier living with her until 
-Mr. Speucer's death; then :\[rs. Betsey Church went to 
live with her son in ^^lichigan, and Airs. Xancy Spencer to 

; live with her daughter, Sarah. This"']irr. Spencer was a 
\ relative of Kuoeh Mack's wife. 

[ ' 5S26. 

I Alfred Bratt (572S. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 10. 1S12. was 

[ liviuo; In 1900 with his daughter, ]^lrs. J. S. Tiffanv, Les- 



tershire. X. Y, 



5830. 



Betsey Bratt (572S. 5704. 13. 1.) b. ^lar. 9, 1S17, in 1900 
resided Salinas, Cal. 

5S,33. 

William I'ratt (572'^. 57(il. 13. 1.) b. May IS, 1S22. 
lies., LoiioN, Ba. , His wife d. , lS-9. 



984: Mack Genealogy. 

Answers to letters repeatedly sent were never received 
from the above named. 



SIXTH GEXEKATIUX. 

5S40. 

Rodney Jewett (5754. 57] S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 3, 1$10. 

d. Feb. -26, 1S77, m. , 1S36, Sally ^laria Bailey, b. 

Oct. 3, 1S13, d. Feb. U), IS'A (dau. of Frederick and Mary. 
called '"Polly" "Witter Bailoy.) There were seven cbil- 
dren. 

-f- 6076. !Mary Electa, b. Jany. , 1837. 

+ 6077. Nathan Rodney, b. .Tune 20. 1S39. 

+ 607S. Jane Ursula, b. . 

+ 6079. Harriet Elizabeth, b. Sept. 23, 1S42, d. April 19, 

1900. 

+ 60S0. Gertrude Eliza, b. .Tuly 29, 1S44. 

+ 60S1. Lavinia Adaline. b. Oct. 24, 1S46. 

60S2. Frederick Bailey, b. Aug. 5, . 

5S41. 

Elizabeth Jewett (5754. 57JS. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 5. 
1S16, d. Jany. 27. 1901. m. Sei.t. 13, L-34. Alfred AVolootr 
Mar-k, b. Der-. 2. 1S07. d. Aug. 15. l?-t. (See Xo. 5777.) 
There wei-e three children. 
+ 6nS3. Ellen Elizabeth, b. Sept. 6. 1S35. 
-r 60S4. Lavinia Jewett, b. May 30. 1S40. 

60S5. Caroline Electa, b. Nov. 2, 1S49. 



5S43. 

Allen Jewett (5754. 571S. 5702. 13. l.'i b. July S. 1-^19, d. 
.lune 2.",. ]--(■,:;. in. Dec. 23, lr^45. .Idinnia Pa.-.-mure. b. Sept. 
24ri^l<^ d. ^lay 1, 1^>7. Ue di.d at .\h-\andria, ^'a.. 
frnir, wijund> nreivcd in brittle during the Civil \V;ir. 
There M-ere two children. 



Mack. Genkai.ogv. 9S5 

i;ms,;. AIIl'U Stauley, b. May 21, 1S47, m. . 

!..-.ino Kinney, 1). . 

- i;i)S7. Elizabeth E., b. Oct. 31, ISiO. ^ , 

5848. 

\Viniam Roarh (.iroS. 571S. 5702. r?>. 1.) b. June 4. 1S22, 
!'.!■<><. klyii, Ta., m. June 10, 1S47, in Bridge\^-ater, Pa., by 
i.'cv. Paniel Torrey. Nancy Amelia Passmore, b. Mar. 10, t 
l'-27. There were six children. 

CnSS. "William Eugene, b. Aug. 12. 1S4S, Bridgewater, 
I'a. 

(iii8i'. John Passmore, b. July 11, 1S50, Rome, Pa. 

t;09'). ^lilton Courtright, b. Sept. 20, 1S52, Erie City, 
I'a. 

(iO!il. Gertrude Elizabeth, b. Jany. 14, 1S56, Erie City, 
Ta. 

i;n02. Xicholas Overfield, b. Dec. 25, 1S63, Montrose, 
I'a. 

(;0;13. Benson' Wood, b. Jany. 24, ISGlj, Bridgewater, 



5849. 

Marth.a Jane Poach (5755. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 17, 

l"^3i), d. Jany. 23, 1001. m. , George :\rortiraer 

Guernsey, b. Oct. 4, 1S2S. Tioga. Pa., d. Oct. 4, 1SS5, 
i'latleville, Wis. 

He irraduatcd Amlierst. ISoi], was very ]>rom!nent edu- 
'■ationallv in Wis. during his life. There were two chil- 
dren. 
- (1004. Fanny J., b. Nov. S, 1S64. 

(iO05. Maude Esther, b. Aprd 12, 1SG7. Pes., Platte- 
ville. Wis. 

5S54. 

I'.rnMii: W.M.d ,.-,755. 57!^. 57i>2. l:^. j.) b. Mar. 31. 1<3'.>. 

I'ridgcwator, Pa., rn. . .lennio .Icwett, b. . 

iSre No. G07S.) 



9S6 Mack Genealogy. 

In Aug., 1S51\ lie weut to Illinoi.s and for two years luiil 
charge 'of the j-ublie jfcliools of Fnuiklin Grove. An-. 
29, ISGl. he enli.sted as a i.rivate in the :J4th Eeg. 111. Iiu'., 
was S'oon promoted to First Lieut. Co. C. and on tL- 
second day of battle of Shiloh was made Captain and as- 
signed to Co. II. whose officers were all killed or wound.:'! 
in that action. After the siege of Corinth he was assignt-i 
to the command of his own Compar;y (C), which he ♦de- 
tained during his service. At the close of the war he mar- 
ried. He is a lawyer (firm Wood Brothers), beini: 
associated with his brother since ISGS, who with him i; 
interested in the bmiking tirm of K\ersman, Wood & Eng- 
bring. His residence and place of I)usiness since the war 
is Ehingham. 111. He has served a-s ]\layor of the city of 
Effingham, Member of the General Assembly of the State 
of Illinois and Representative in Congress. 

5S57. 

Sophronia Fox {51')Ck 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. 'Slav. 0. 1S20. 
Lansing, X. Y., d. ^^lar. G, 1SS2. Leavenworth, Kansas, m. 
Jany. 1, I--G1, Alou/io Curtis XirlioU, b. Xov. 7. 1S24, Xew 
Haven, X". Y., d. Aug. 3, 18S4, Glorieta, X'ew ;Mexico. 
There wert- three children. 

GOOG. Charles, b. 8ei>l. 2G, ISGl. Highland, Kansas, 
died tliere Sept. 21), ]S,;i. 

- Gn97. Arthur L., b. Jauy. 2n, ISG.l, Leavenworth. Kai:- 
sas. 

^ 609S. Ernest Fox, b. June I, L>^C'.\ Leavenworth, Kan- 
sas. 

5SoS. 

George G. Fox (.')75G. .■)71S. r)7l)2. M. ].) l)._^Mar. 2. l-;;2. 
rii.Jst. Feb. 24. 1SG2, Alinira I'.ayle.-, b. Scpt"^. IG, l^il. d. 
.Ti!!i.' 12. 1-h:;. Ili-l.hr.d. Kn:;^,^^. lb- m. 2d. April 2- 
1-GG. I.avinia IbAwn.Ml. b. April 21. 1^::'J. Trey. Ob;.-. 
Tliere w;i> unr cbild l>v tlr.-t mai-riaLre. 



Mack Genealogy. 9S7 

. (id'.Hi. Edward B., b. April 2, 1SG3, Hi-'alaiid, Kansas. 

5S59. 

Charlos E. Fox (575G. 571S. .5702. i:-!. 1.) b. Mar. 1.", 

l^;;i. 111. . Julia Van Alleu, b. . Tliere were 

:ljt (' children. 

(iin(]. Antoinette, b. . 

C.ini. William v., b. . 

(Jin2. Charlotte, b. . 

58G1. 

Sinu-on M. Fox (.'j75G.. 571S. 5702. 1.3. ].) b. Aug. 2S, 
\<',\. Lan.~in-, X. Y., in. 1st, June 21. LmJS, Ella M. Kim- 

b.ill, b. . 1S4C, d. June 17, 1S74. lie lu. 2d, Sept. 

2'i. 1S75, Esther Butler, b. Nov. 7, 1S4.3, Spring City, Pa. 
(d.-'.n. of Ilirani and Mary (Temple) Butler). He re- 
-i'led in Elmira. X. Y. ; soiJiomore in Genesee College 
.■it Lima, X. Y., entered tlie ai'my as a private in the 7tli 

i\;ins;is Cavalry, Sept. , I'^iJl, sei'ved until close of 

the Civil AVar; mu-tered out as adjutant of regiment 

Si-pt. . 1S('>5. In book and stationery business, 

Maaliatian, K'ans., where Lis family resides. Is Adju- 
tant (Icnera! and is part of the time at Topeka, Kansas. 
T!."rc vrere three children by first niarriai^e and three by 
-vnnd. 

(1st Marriage.) 

<d(i3. William K.. b. Mr.y i\. ISbD, d. Aug. 10. 1870. 

(;ii)4. Edward iv., b. Feb. 2, 1S72, d. Bee 15. 1S72. 

Id 05. Charles J., b. June 12, 1S74, m. .May 2(5. 1.^90. 

Mary \'an .\ntwerp, b. '- — , ISIS. 

(:2d Marriage.) 

rdO(;. Martha, b. Jany. 11, ls77. 

l'd()7..^l'hHip, h. Mar. 7, lt^7S. was Sergeant in 20ih 
K:.n-;:> li.famr) in U^k- rhi!iM;.'nes. 
■ tdiK. Fl-rcnce. b. Mar. 0. IS^O. 



9S8 Mack CrEXEALOGV. 

58G2. 

William Birge (5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Nov. 1>. 
1813. d. :\Iay 22, ISiiO, m. Jany. 9, 1S39, Hilary L' Xoble. 1.. 
Feb. 9, 1819, Canaan, Conn. 

"William Birge emigrated from Tompkins Co., X. Y.. 
iu tbe Summer of 1837, aecoiniiahied by bis brotbers. 
Leauder and Henry, to AMiitewater, Wisconsin, tbt'^r a 
wilderneas. v, itb no iialjitatiun to give rest or vreloouif. 
Tbey were tbe first spltlers wbo located vritbin tbe city 
limits. Impressed witb tbe remarkable purity and trans- 
parency of tbe water of tbe stream wbicli flowed througli 
tlie valley and tbe snowy wbiteness of tbe sand wbicu 
drifted in banks on tbe smootb rock bottom, be gave to 
the stream the name Wliitewater, wbich it now bears, and 
tbe same to tbe village, which soon grow on its banks. A 
log house where Whitou St. intersects Walworth Street 
was tbe location of tbe first home made glad by tbe adven: 
of a pioneer bride. Tbe Indians joressed their faces 
against the window ]>anes to look upon the fe.-^tivitit-s 
which followed the arrival." In 1840 the first frame 
house seen in that \ii\n of the country was erected on an- 
other lot. At tbe beginning of church organization Mr. 
and Mrs. Biig-e identified tliem^elves with the churcl; ir. 
Whitewater, wbich was tlie Third Congregational Church 
organized in tbe state. There were tive children. 

(;in9. .lulius C. b. . 

GllO. Harriet, b. . 

6111. Ada. b. . 

t;n2. Klla, b. . 

Gil 3. Ernest X., b. . 

5863. 

Loandvr Birge (573 
l'~'Li, il. — — — . m. — 

Cib'... T!..|., 

<h';id. 

f.n4. 

Gil 5. 



8. 


57't2. 13. 1.) b. Doc. 


b 


. She m. 2d ti: 




' i-biiilreu. sous, Ijoth n 



Mack Genealogy. 98&' 

5SG4. 

Henry Birge (5757. 571>;. 5702. 13. 1.) h. Oct. IG or 24, 
iMti. m. Do.\ 15, 1S3S, Sarah Staples, ]>. July 10, ISli), 'd. 
April 4. l^Ol). He resided with .son. John \V. There 
were six children. 

- (11 Ui. Fannie E., b. Xov. 2S, 1839. 

CI 17. Minerva C. h. :May 1, 1S42. d. Jany. 24, IS.50. 

• i,;ilS. Jolm W., b. Ai'ril 3ii, 1845. ^ 

- Cll'J. George S., b. .Mar. 15. 1847. 
. 0120. Kmma J., b. ^lar. 17, 1849. 

■ t;i21. .Minnie M., h. --\pril 4, 1851. (Real name ^^ary 
Margaret.)- 

5S65. 

Dana Birgo (5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. April 11. 1818, 
d. Jany. 17, 1804, m. ^\ay 18, 1837. :^[ary A. Stephens. 

5866. 
Electa .Birge (5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) b. April 0, 1820, 
ni. July 4. 1*^30, William Chamberlain, b. Sept. 19, 1*^10, 
<1. ^^ay 15, 1893. There were five children. 

- G122. Cl'arles, b. June 10, 1841. 

- 6123. II,>nry E.. b. .\i.ril 12. 1843. 

6124. Eydia, b. Sept. 22, 1847, d. Dec. 26, 1850. 

6125. Sidney, b. O.-t. 13, 1854, d. Hcc. 16, 1855. 
(:i2(;. Aria, 1). Jany. 18, 1857. 

5867. 

Francis Birge (5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) b. April 24, 
1^24. d. Oct. 17, 1867, ni. Sept. 12, 184(;, Mary Barrow, 
b. June 1>;. 1823, d. Oi't. S, 1890. Th-Te were niuL- chil- 
dren. 

■ 6127^ J\Iinerva Jane. b. Aug. 30, 1847. 

- 61 2<. I.a\iiM,ia .Kv:v\r. b. Sept. , 1^49. called 

"\'innie." 

• 6129. Cr.n'ge ITcnrv, ).. An-. 23, 1851. 



990 



Mack Genkalocv, 



+ 6130. Ellen Po}-i>er. h. Sept. C, 1S5C. 

+ 6131. ClKTfilla .Alatilda, b. :May 14. ISoG. 

6132. Walla.e Alexandc-r, h. July 10, 1S3S, d. Dec. 2]. 
1SC4. 

+ G133. Esther Lenora. ]). Eeb. 3, 1S61. 

^ 6134. Olive Onilla, b. .May 14, 1S64. 

G13o. Emma Au-^usta, h. Julv 20, 1SG7, d. Dec. 24. 
1867. g 

5SGS. 

Esther Dirge (5757. 571^. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 26. IsC:. 
ni. l.st, Mar. 5, 1S42. Gilbert HoiYman, b. Jany. 27, ISIS, d. 
Dec. 3, 1.S50, caTicer on the lip. She ni. 2d. Xov. 5. ISij'^. 
James Cairns, b. Xov. 25. 1S20, d. Jauy. 2, 1902. She 
resides Pardeeville, AVis. There were three children by 
first marriage. 

+ 6136. Gilbert Ogdon. b. ^lay 24, 1S43. 
+ 6137. Henry Theodcre. b. :May 14, 1S4G. 
+ 613S. Ida A-atha, b. Oct. 22, 1S57. 

5S70. 

John Harvey Dirge (5757. 571'^. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Eeb. 21. 
1.S20, d. Jany. 5, l^,s5. AViihur. Mich., m. at Davisbiir-iu 
Mich., Jany. 30. lS(;i;, Phih'na I'.ethia Horton (dau. of 
Caleb and Jane ( ) Horton). b. Aug. 20, 1^31, Pal- 
myra, X. Y. Tliere was one child. 

G130. Daughtei-, b. July 2i\ ls70. died same day. 

His widow reside.-^ Ausable. Mich. 



5S71. 

Sarali Ann Dir-je f5757. 571*^. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 2'1 
1^37. Xew :^IiiPMd. Pa., m. June 24. 1^57. George Ma-ey. 
Ii.+)et. 15. 1S3.!. Ceneva. X. Y. There wer- ten eiiildi-n. 

GMii. l-Mvavd S., h. ( .,.;. !i, l-.^., AVhitev, aler, ^Vi.., d. 
Aug. 2'.», 1^50. 



Mack. Gknealogv. 991 

(;i41. Edith B., b. Dec. 17, ]<oO, d. M^v. 20. 1S73. 
. hH.S. Fred 'J., h. Juno 9, IStJ-J. Drayton Plains, Mich. 

•;144. Frances M.. b. Oct. S, 1SG3, Marshall, Mich.,.d. 
Mi'z. S, 1SG4. 

i;i43. Charles F., b. .Alar. 20, 1SG5, ^larsball. Mich. 
- lUlG. Cora C b. Jany. S, 1S6S, Convis, Mich. 

(iU7. Emma W., 1). Jany. 24, 1S70. Union City, Mich. 

(;i4S. Edwin AV.. b. July 2G, 1S72, Unio;' City, Mich.. 
(i. .Mar. 23. 1S73. 

G149. Howard G.. b. July 24, 1S74, Berlin, :\Iich., m. 
.lune 19, 1901, Eloise G. Ewell, b. Mar. 19, 1S77. 

G1.3ri. Harold B., b. July 10, 167S, Berlin, meh. 
Their address is Crittenden, X. Y. 



Alvira Feck (5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 10, 1814, 
in. April 10, 1S.34, Kichard Halb-tt, b. . 

There is an end to all things and can wait no longer for 
reiilies. 

5S73. 

E.'wis Peek (5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May 13, 1S16, d. 

it't. •■-i'l. 1S7S, ni. Oct. 27, 1S54, Sarah Long. b. , 

(dau of ). 

Hl' graduated Aladisou I'nivfrsity, class of 1>44. In 
l"^iiii v,-;is a nieniber of St;itf Le-ishiture, Imt he was more 
'.vidc'ly knnwn as a tfj'.clui and Princijial of Fninn School. 
I'hclps. X. Y., and at the time of the cek-bration of the 
lifticth anniversary of school many testimonials were 
sent from former pc.pils. the purport of ail being tb.at he 
w;is much loved — a genial, kind-hearted man and faithful 
teacher. lie believed in corporal iiunishment, but at the 

On'<i^y<: '■ Prof.--..r P.-k. th:;t d-;;r oM m:^n --what 
p'ca>ure :t w^mld b.' if iic v/eie living, t.. take iiim by tlie 



092 Mack Genf.alogv. ^: 

4 

lumil aud thank him for what hie did for me— that sara.- 1 

hand that tauirht mo to mind and warmed my back with j 

switches from the orchard l)ack of tlie school Louse." i 

Another says: "Lewis h'eck was a great nnau—'hk-; I 

some tall steei^le high that while his feet were on the j 

ground his hand- could touch the sky'— great in intelle'-: 3 

— to be able to jtand with such dignity so numy years at 1 

tlie liead of so flourishing an institUiTion as the Phel['< i 

Union School. Great in heart also, that with one accord ] 

we loved him. ^Modest unto baslifulness. Aboundin:: I 

with patience and good nature, ambitious alike for all his \ 

pupils. His frown was sufficient punishment for any i 

misdemeanor." j 

Another says : "Generous hearted man, as gentle as a ] 

tender mother v.-ith the little ones, but on occasion stern ^ 

and strict with the older scholars."- s 

'J'he writer has endeavored in many ways to olitain » 

fuller accounts of the descendants of i'^lisha Peck. Have j 

not obtained any information as to this family excepting j 

'there is a sou. • 4 

Charles, b. , living in Phelps, X. Y. | 

The following has been furnished, thinking it would be j 

interesting to many of the reailers : j 

(Estrai-t from Phelj-s Citizen, }*[ay 12, 1=^99.) ^ 

In December, ]S."(!. it was ar)parent to Princiiial Lewis | 

Peck and his friomis that he would be compelled to abar.- J 

don teaching as his profession on account of ill healtl'.. I 

The anxiety and cnw of so many scliolai's aiid the nervou- 1 

strain attendii,:^' it was undermining his unu>ually viirur- ) 

ous constitution. His associate teachers and scholar; j 

were movt-d by a ccumon impulse to sliow him in sov.:c | 

way tlieir lovf and apin'ei'iation of his service to tliem a- | 

a tea'-her. so they all joiut'd in i'Urclia~inL' a silver t-a sit • 

. aiul presented it to him l)v<\ .'ll, l^.")ii. with nuich [ilvasr.r-.- i 

and many :..ar-. Tlii- oi'i-nsinu w;;- a iii'tiinralile or." :;: •: { 

was the t'aenu- of srvi.'r;d cMniiMi-itii-as by t!ii' you;:u' l.i'iy | 

scholars at rl;.'tur:cnl exercise- l-'rid.p.' al'teiiioons. T;..' { 



Mack Genealogy. 993 

:';r-t was by Sarah Van Devort in Jauuary, lS-")7, wliich 
.•i.uii'o.-ihnn was lo-St or thrown away years ago, but in 
l"r!/ruarv of the saiiie year, just about the time that 'Mr. 
Wxk quit the schooh Ada Steph.enson wrote and read the 
i.,-t (Ir-^'riptiou of the presentation of any, and it was 
written iu scrii>tural i.)hraseologA-, the fad in thcose days, 
.■i:;d fortunately enough she kept her original manuscript 
;;aioiig the many movings and changes of life. At my re- 
■ iiiost s-he has loaned me the documone^for publication. 
Tlie original composition of ^Irs. Campbell was longer 
llian it here apii>ears, but at the suggestion of the editor 
.•mil with her consent it has been abbreviated somewhat, 
tiiough ]>reserving the main points as she wrote it 41 
>.'ars ago. 

The tea set in question is now in good preservation 
.ind reverently kept by Lewis Peck's eldest daughter, 
Cm-a J. (t!ie daughter who so resembles her fatlier) now 
Mrs. Charles Clieuey, Cleveland. Ohio, 77 Bellflower 
A\enue. 

• KECOKDS OF THE PAST. 

.\nd it came to pass iu the year one thousand eight 
i.iindred and fifty-six mi the Uth day of the 12th month 
••ven tlie month of 1 )tMfmlier, during the I'eign of Lewis, 
-uinamed Peck, tliat l''e oi'nipanrs of a certain building 
Uiie Pht.-'ps Union S.-Ikk,! IL.use). elevated on a hill. 
v> '■!•.■ aroused froiti tln'ir prnfound reverie by the fire of 
-v.-ititud.' tl'.at burnid >o briulitly in tiie bosom of Eliza 
'Mi>s Eliza Clark, i.receptiess). the high priestess, as 
-lie s;iid: "Long and ar<I<uitly has tliis great and good 
i.fwis of the tribe of Elislui, labored in the vineyard of 
"'•;r patrons, and seived at the fountain of knowledire. and 
iiiiW s:ni-(. w.', the in-trui'tors and instructed, who rule 
and arf ruled I'eneath his cnun>el. do acknowled:re by 

l"ri'. .-i^ a testinninial i<[ mir tluuikfuiiies>. perform a val- 



994 Mack Genealogy. -i 

iant deed, such as shall be rccordod in our weekly anna!.- j 

and shair long dwell on the tongue of men." j 

Scarcely had her siieaking ceased ere they reverber- I 

ated to the remotest corners of the vast building arA \ 

found approval with the sons and daughters who wern j 

there seeking wi-duni and knowlfdge. And it cane to j 

pass on the 17th day of the same month that certa'n 1 

daughters of the land were chosen (Mary Lawrence, P":u- j 

ily Prazer and Olive Brayton) to go forth and gather j 

mites from those within tlie walls who daily sought la | 

struction. | 

The inclemency of the weather without and the press- j 

ing crowd within, were obstacles easily surmounted by th.-^ j 

brave, daughters, for with hurried footsteps they sought j 

the crowded retreats of the building and from thence t^ i 

the homes of the instructed. j 

. And it eani.e to pass as the noontide hour had wai.oc, j 

that the chief ruler of the Synagogue (Principal Lewis j 

Peck) returned, as was his wont to do, from his noori.lay i 

refreshments, his keen discernment soon di-tected an | 

ordinary scene, but his iuijuiries were in vain, since it had j 

been said, that to him should not be exj'ounded the mys- .j 

tcries of the occasion. i 

And it came to pass after many days the a]ijioiutcd 1 

daughters had g.athered a goi:idly number of mites and ; 

shekels, but little had t^et-n done as to what the tokt-n or i 
memento sliould be, so on the .'littii day of tiie .>ame ninntli 
the chief pharlsees cf the Synagogue called an assemlily 
of consideration, for the spirit of dit't'erence of opinion 
had appeared in th-'ir micLt. And the chief sci-il-o 
(Hiram Odell, teadu'r in i)t'nmanship aud l)ookkeeping) 
arose and said: ••Sliall we nnt, since one so truly worthy 
— one who iuis never pres^'iiteil to us anything sa.v thv" 
LHU-e>t of gifts — nothiTig that would tarnish or grov,- i:!i- 

Tail pri'M-nl as a. tyjn- of our ati\ itimi. somctliiug t!;;it wi'l 
endurt.' the >ho.'k- of aire-^. niav be held in reverential af 



Mack Gf.nealogv. 095 

fo<-tinn by siieeeodiiip: generations— may bear the most 
.■Miui>ite inspection and grow brighter beucatli the sur- 
vey.'" 

And it came to pass as the emotions caused b}-'tliese 
truthful aayingi liad subsided tliat the liigli priestess of 
the assembly (]\Iiss Eliza Clai-k, precei)tress) arose, say- 
ing: " We are all aware that the instructions of our ben- 
ffactor have been unmixed wiih dross, therefore it would 
lie vain to attempt a recompense, since we can bestow 
nothing as unsullied as the education we have received. 
I-et us make a histing and worthy tribute of our respect 
to him." 

And the thought then prevailed with one accord 
throughout the assembly that our memento must have 
worth of substance, which should be fashioned in purity 
and simplicity of design. 

Then arose one of the daughters, Sarah. (Sarah Van 
T'evort), fair and persuasive of speech, saying: "Let 
us appoint the various actors on the stage of presentation, 
and others who shall direct the interests of the occasion." 
So it was. 

A young man from the Soutli (Sanford Sears) even 
from the Kiver Euiihrates. tarried in their midst, and 
they also chose Esther (E.^thfr Cline) of tlie tribe of Con- 
rad to send with this youth on a message to the chief ruler, 
fven a message desiring his i>resenee at the appointed 
lioui-. Then also was chosen a youth and a maiden 
(Cuyler Pritchard and Mary Lawrence), who should be 
b'-arers of our token of regard, ^loreover, the multi- 
tude said: "Let us choose another to sj.eak in our be- 
half, even Jolin (John S. Coe), wlio tarries with us, for 
to him is given power to exju-ess our sentiments and to 
him is revealed the ordinance of like occasions." Then 
lie was cliosen with one imanimous voice. So trndrd this 
day. ■ 

.\nd it came to pass on the morrow (Dccembrr 31, ]S.j'>) 
when the noontide hour wa-; waninu. that the sound of 



t»Of> M.VCK Geneaiogv. 

many voices witljout discord proceeded from the uioie 
lofty part (.>f the Syiiaiiugue. where the sons and dau^z';;- 
tors had asseuiltUvd, and the mossenu-ers elect jSanfor^l 
Sears and P^sther Cline) departed to the iuid-d"ay refresh- 
ing place of the chief ruler (Princiiial Lewis Peck), fro-.:; 
wlieuce they conducted him to the desired haven (the 
middle east room in the school house), followed at once 
by the whole assembly. Then came in the youth and 
maiden (Cuyler Pritchard and [Mary Lavrrence) bearinc: 
the token of esteem ( a silver tea set of nine pieces on a 
tray). Also, John (John S. Coe), the youth of pror;i- 
ise, appeared at his appointed station and manfully spoke 
the i^art assigned him. 

^Viid it came to i>ass when the chief ruler beheld the 
shining dis[ilay of sllvenvare. and heard the words of his 
considerate pupil, that the well springs of life rose high 
and lie restrained for a moment the flood of emotions that 
were gushing from his heart, then spoke with many beau- 
tiful sayings in his soul clothed with language— not like 
that of Shakesiieare or ^[ilton — but such as adorn the 
deepest tide of huuuin atfectious. A deep stillness acd 
many tears came as he ended his sayings. Then one 
arose and followed by a second and a third until the 
places they had all oreupied were left vacant, but there 
was a iidghty ga.th-'ring aliout tlie i>lace of the sittim; of 
the chief ruler that they might each behold with their own 
eyes their silver gift of respeet. 

But — the end was nut }et. for sca'.cely had the happy 
scene begun v.dien a sudden swa>;:ig noise was l!ear<l 
overhead, and lo ! the Jofty ]'a>sage by which the su^^ke 
was WDut to escajie from the stti\-e, fell down in fne 
Synagogue uiion the nuiny heads that chanced to be un- 
derneath. 

. ^Vnd it came to ]>ass after many of the sons and daugh- 
ters of the hi-.d had turn, d t[:.-ir i'a h-^ IiMiui'ward th.it ♦!.■• 
remainder s;ud auMim- tiie;!i-e'\ es, "Let riS not loiiLrtr 
tarrv here, but take the i^ift and convev it to the huu-e oi 



Mack Genealogy. 997 

our benefactor, where his wife will be waiting his return, 
tl::it ilie niav iharvel vrithin herself." 

And it cauie to pass at eventide of the same dav that 
with sleighs and bells and hor.-es and with shouts of many 
voices they started on their journey to the teutins; ground 
(jf the chief ruler (the Peck homestead), ^^lien near to 
tlieir journey's end there were messengers sent to Sarah 
(Mrs. Peck) to tell here who it was that had come to call 
on her and Lewis, and the messengers ciuickly returned 
running and brought the joyful intelligence that all things 
were ready and that they were welcome. 

And it came to pass that after they lu\d tarried there a 
time and had heard the words of Sarah they were ready 
and willing to return. 

P.ut Lewis and Sarah had been forewarned hy many 
marvelous whisperings of their coming and her sense of 
trau'^gression would not allow them to pass by unheard. 
Therefore, when she saw t!;e array and number of scribes 
and Pharisees, together with the testimony of their re- 
spect, she said in her heai't, "Sure this event must be 
conunemorated with feasting and mirth." 

It was nigli unto the close of the first watch that the 
music of many sleigh bells and the clatter of many oyster 
cans chimed with the chorus of a multitude of haiipy 
li'/arts as they glided away from the peaceful liabitation of 
the great and good Lewis. The- middle watch had begun 
wiien they entered the city of Pheljis and they made a 
nierry welcome to the happy new year of our Lord, one 
thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven. 
There are several children. 

ni.-JL Cora J., b. . 

G152. Charles, b. . 

r,153. Xellie. b. . 

No -n-^iplies. Olitaiued tbe matter aliout their father 
fr"Mi anji'her source. 



998 Mack Genealogy. 

5S74. 
Lydia Peck (5750. 5710. 5704. 1.3. 1.) b. Feb. 6, 1^1^. >i. 

Aug. 11, 1S5G, Phelps, X. Y., m. Oct. , 184-1, Dani.-: 

Crouch. 

5875. 

John Peck (575!). 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Nov. 29, ISIO. 
m. , 1S41, Amanda Gates. 

5S76. 

Ira Peck (5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Nov. 12, 1S21, d. 
April 12, 1SS7, Syracuse, X. Y., m. Dee. IS, 1S45, Marcia 
E. Dixon, b. Oct. 20, 1S24. Port Byron. X. Y. She rosidt^s 
Syracuse, X. Y. Tliere ^vere five children. 
+ 6154. James E., b. Aug. S, 1S17. 
+ 6155. Gaylord E., b. July 25. 1849. 
+ 615G. Clarence E., b. Oct. S. 1S51. 
+ 6157. Clara Isabelle, b. r»ct. 12, 1S54. 
+ 615S. Lewis T., b. July 25, 1S57. 

5877. 

Jes^e Peck (5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 29, 1S24, m. 
July , ISGl, Hattie AValthart. 



Sarah Peck (5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 13, 1825. d. 

Sept. 14. 1853, m. Jany. , 184i.;. Luther Wurdon. b. 

. They have a daughter. 

6159. Sarah, b. , m. , Barker. Pes.. 

Clifton Springs, X. Y. 

5879. 

^nnvlri.s Perk ^57t;n. .-,:ip. .57114. 13. 1.) b. Af-.y 4. 1-15. 
il. .lany. 12. 1847, in. .luiy 27. b^3,7. AU>m.o F. Kaimey. b. 
— . There were four children. 



M.\( k cii NFALOi.v. 999 

. (iUii). Henry Sears, 1.. .July 10, 1S3S. 

. hVM. Horace Pock. b. Jane 15, JS40. 

CIiiL'. Edward K.. 1>. Mar. 25, 1S4_', d. Oct. 1, 1S43., 

. CUyS. Ellen Isabel, b. April 17, 1S44. 

5SS0. 

Hiram Peck (57Gn. .-iri'.l 5704. i;i 1.) b. July 2, ISIS, 

.i. April 3, 1S91, in. , Mary Louisa Wliitmore. b. 

.M;ir. 4, ISIS, d. .June 22. IS'.Xj (dau. of Sauuiel and Rachel 
iS;i!isiiury) "Wliitnioro^. There were four children. 

ii]C.4. l-'rank, b. Ftb. 7, 1S41, m. Sept. 7, 1SG2, Mar- 
u'aret ]")eering, b. . Xo children. 

(;iG5. Louisa ^faria. h. July 3. 1S44, m. , 1872, 

.luhn Anderson, b. . d. ;^L^^ch , 1891. No 

iliildren. 

GIGG. Samuel, b. — • . d. in infancy. 

- G1G7. Damaris Aniic::e. b. Mar. IS, 1S4S. 



5SS1. 

William Peck (57GO. .--:;■. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Xov. 26, 1819, 

in- , Ellen Jar.o C;-.Sc\ b. (dau. of Enos and 

Sarah (Spininir Case^. TJore T>-ere two children. 
- GlilS. Cornelia, b. .l.-y. 1. IS'SJ. 

G1G9. Dauditor, K . m. , P. J. Lock-^rood. 

IJes., St. Paul. r^Iiim., 2>'^ Aurora Ave. 



Dorothy Peck (57G\ *": A 5704. 13. lA b. Feb. 13, 1823, 
<h Aug. 19, 1S4S. Ger.:... N. Y., m. . John Green, b.' 



Clarissa Pock i57" :': 57:4. I ;. I. ^ h. Xov. 1. 1S24, 
m. ,Pev. J.u. : A ""A.'vr. 



1000 Mack Genealogy. 

5SS4. 

Horace Peck (57G0. 57111 5704. 13. 1.) h. Oct. 2S, 1S32. 
d. Jany. 22. 1SS5. in. June 14, 1SG3. Elizabeth iieals, !,. 
Oct. iLi, 1S37, d. . There "svas one child. 

6170. Horace, b. May 9, 1S65. 

5SS6. 

Charles D. Peck (5760. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 2^ 
1S3S, Phelps. X. Y., m. Sept. 15. 1S57, ^lary A. Homan, b. 

. There were five children. 

+ 6171. Henry L., b. June 30, 1S5S. 
+ 6172. Harmon D., b. Nov. 13, LSGO. 

6173. Elmer E., b. Aug. 29, 1SG3, d. Feb. 13, ISSG. 

6174. Elbert C, b. Mar. 13, ISGG, m. Aug. 22. 1S5^. 

Lindy Push, b. . 

+ 6175. Florence M., b. Aug. 16, 1S7S. 

5SS7. 

Mary Ottley (57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 2S, ISrJ. J 

d. Feb. , 1SS9. m. July 27, 1S29, Silas Hemenway. j 

b. Mar. 7, ISOO. d. Nov. 27. L'^'53 (.<on of PUifus and Lu."y ] 

Hemen^-ay). There were thirteen children. ] 

- 6176. Mary, b. . d. , m. , David { 

Kissock. j 

+ 6177. Silas Ottlev. d. , m. , Minerv.i | 

Ward. j 

^ 617S. William, b. , d. , m. , Ellen : 

Brov,^l. 

6179. Edward Stevenson, b. Mar. S, 1S37, d. .Mav 
, 1S5S. 

- 61S0. Edwin Comstork, 1). ^lar. S, 1S37, d. . 

I^J^D, m. , Anna Mitchell. Twin to aliove. 

'n^l. Conic!!;!, b. Mar. 22. l^.'.O, i-.-lon-t d to tlie .-!-■ 
teriiood of St. .lohn Evani;o!ist (,Er'~^''^l'''' Order). 



Mack Genealogy. 1001 

. C.l^-J. Amelia, h. Mm: 'J-:, 1S39, m. , Harris H. 

lirrLTu'- Tu-iii to altove. 

- ('>\>'.j. Sarali h. [May IG, 1S42, m. — , James ^Dcin- 

- (;i^4. Lillian, b. . 

- (ilS.j. Charles Peck, b. ■— , m. , Pliebe 

K.'kles. 

- ()1SG. Hobart, b. -, m. — , Jennie Gates. 

61 ST. Child, b. , d. , infancy. 

GISS. Child, Charles Henry, b. , d. — , 5 

nios. old. 

"Mrs. Henifuwa} vras a beautiful, dignified woman. 
She and her husband were early pioneers in the city of 
I'.utyalo. X. Y. Their family almost spanned the history 
of the city. She ovrued the first piano in Buffalo, now in 
jiossession of her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Donaldson. 

5SSS. 

Lydia Ottley (57lU. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 12, 1S14, 
d. May 10, 1S(39, m. Dec. 7, 1S31, William Diraock. b. Jany. 
•Ji). ISll, d. Jany. 6, 1^91. He in. 2d, ^linerva Cline. She 
fi'S. Phelps. X. Y. There wei'c live children. 

- G1S9. Henry S., b. Aug. 25, 1S32, a physician, d. Mar. 
2(1. 1S>9, Traverse Ciiy. Mu:h. 

- CA'MX Thonuis John, b. July 10, 1S35. 

- GlDl. -WiUiam 0., b. July 22, 1S37. d. . 

- G102. Enoch, b. Mar. 17, 1S43, m. Jany. IS, 1SG5, Mary 
llolbrook. Ees., Phelps. X. Y. 

G192a. Edward Douglass, b. , d. Aug. 21, 1S4S, 

ae. 1 vr. and G davs. 



5SS9. 



Klizabvth (~)tticy (57td. 571'.'. 5704. 13. 1.) h. Dec 2, 
HIG, d. Oct. 3, l^f)0. m. Janv. 4, 1S3G. Lcnuiel Bannister, 



1003 Mack Geslm.ogy. ■ 

h. Mar. 30, 1812, Piielps, X. Y., d. Oct. 19, 1S4S. There 

were sii cliildrea. 

+ r.l'.XJ. :^rary. b. ^lay 30, 1S37. 

+ G194. P:ii bir-kinson, b. Jauy. 3, 1S39. 

4- G195. Lemuel, b. Jauy. 17, 1S41. 

+ G19f3. Eliza, b. Jauy. 4, 1S43. 

- 6197. William Ottley. b. Jany. 25. 1S45. 

-r 619S. Silas IIeming:Avay, b. Jauy. 19, 1S47. 

5890. 

Caroliue Ottley (5701. .3719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 15, ISIS. 
d. Dec. 21, 1S93, m. Juue 20, 1S3S, ]Iavvey Stone, b. Dt-e. 
11, ISll, d. Xov. 20, 1S99. A man of clear mental ability, 
excelling in debate. ' There were six childreu. 

6199. Millicent, b. ^[ay 13. 1839, d. June 6, 1842. 
+ 6200. Caroliue L., b. June G. 1S41. 

6201. Alice, b. }>Iay 21, 1843. d. Jany. 7, 1S47. 
+ G202. Mary Elizabeth, b. Mar. 17, 1846. 
+ 6203. Cornelia A., b. June 2S. 1849.' 

6204. Alice L., b. Feb. 28, 1855, d. April 9, 1856. 

The following furnished by a relative: "Caroliue Ot- 
tley, while attending school in Canandaigua. met Ilan-ey 
Stone; they fell in love and her srliool friends used to 
tease her, saying: 'Caroline Ottley going up the hill of 
science met a stune and stumbled.' 

"In 1S3S the fashiun was to wear innumerable I'ctti- 
roats, and she wore nine on her wedding; day. AVeddiuir 
bonnets were ln;mense, and hers is still in existence. The 
writer once borrowed it in 1875 for an old folks' coni'ert 
and received this reply in answer to the reiy.iest for it: 

'I willingly comply with request. Yon 

will liardly recognize the old liounet stripped of all its 
former splendor; its wreaths, riowers. bows and nu::u'r- 
osify of triT!imim:^ and fixings li;\vii;'j: ln-cn worn ir'^'r 
amuseui-ut I iiy chiKh-fn. errand ebilib-en, nicv-;. nt'P'lif.v--. 
sisters, brothers and many wiiom 1 never sav.-, while it wa- 



Mack Genealogy. 1003 

.•,t Cunainlaiginu during the war to grace the heads of 
-;:.u'-is at the Old Folks' CoiK-erts. For the jjast year tAvo 
;/.t!c i:rauddaughters have hooki-d it over in liopes to find 
-.niU'thiiig to adorn their dolls, and commeii<?ed ripjnng off 
t!,.' binding. Poor old bonnet I two -weeks ago it' was 
li'i-tled out in the storm to save it from the devouring 
!i, lines, to-drty it is off on another trip. Success to the old 
l.niuift. Straighten the wires and smooth the ribbons. 
.Make its aiii>earance as respectable as possible. It has 
been ol)liged to shrink up and adapt itself to small baud- 
1,1. \es— those used at the time this bonnet was made were 
i..ige and roomy. You vriU think I have much to say 
about the old bonnet; but some vray it reminds me of by- 
ir.'iif days, and wh.en 1 look at the dikaindated condition 
I am inclined to compare it with the first wearer today! 
Time does its work slowly but surely." 

5S91. 

William P. Ottley (5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 7, 
Im:;>, d. Dec. 20. 1SS5, m. July 3, 1S43, Hannah Gerow. b. 
< )ct. 30, 1S2-2. There was at least one child. 
- n-Jiio. Milton Howard, b. Aug. 2. 1S44. 

5S9:?. 

Knoi-h Ottley (57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 15, I'^^S, 

d. Sept. S, 1S73. Texas, m. , Frances E. Henry, b. 

' 'I't. 1^. l^'2b. There were four children. 

(ii;iiG. Sophia, b. Aug. 22. 1S4S. d. April IS. 1S51. 

(;207 .Tames H., b. Oct. S. 1S51. 

<'2iis. Lydia. b. July 13, 1S53. d. Se;*t. 10, ISSG. 

G209. William, b. Jany. '^, 1S50. and not heard from 
snr,. I^s5. 

J;i:i:.-*T[. i-- Prosid^Mit and Ti-. asurer of the ^rc^all Co.. 
N'cw "i'ork Citv. 



lO'i-I- Mack: Genealogy. | 

5593. ^ 1 
Thomas M. Ottley (.j7Gl. 5710. 57iU. 13. 1.) b. ^lar -2. \ 

1S21). d. Juue 3, IS'.H, lu. , ^^rary Wing, b. . j 

Kesided, CliiL-aiiO. 111. There were three chitdrea. | 

6210. Aug-u.-ta. h. ,1858. _ 

6211. John Dorr, b. , 1S75. J 

6212. Grace W., b. , 1S77. i 

5594. I 

Sophia A. Otth-y (57G1. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 14. 1 
1S36, ni. June 12. is.'i.j, Th._roii Van Auken, b. Dec. 2, 1S31. | 
d. Aug. 31, ISSO. Tiiere were three children. I 

-i 6213. Ida r.., b. Mar. 20, 1S5G. I 

+ 6214. ^rilhcent 0., b. Sept. 2S, 1S59. | 

+ 6215. Charles Sumner, b. June 12, ISGG. Thev rt- | 
side Phelps, X. Y. . ' 1 

For many years he was a successful teacher. In 1?57 j 
he united with the Presbyterian Cliurch, Oaks Corners. \ 
X. Y. In ISGl elected S. "s. Superintendent ; in 1SG2 was | 
made a Ruling folder, holding both ofiices until his death: j 
also a leader of the choir for thirty years. He tauirht ^ 
vocal nui^ii- suceessfiilly and the last winter of his life i 
conducted a lar^o class in his dwu neighl)orhood. For ; 
literature he deveU^ped a lu'oad, elevated taste, his favor- '■> 
ite authors licing Sh;d<e<pcare. Milton. ]>ante. Burns. Irv- ; 
iiig and GoldMiiith. I'.urns" poems he read aloud every 
winter to liis family. v^-|;o were drawn into his own enjoy- 
ment of standard, iiterature. lie was a lover of nmsie and 
of nature. .\ starlit sky, a sunrise, the Oi;tober tint.-. 
touched his heart, while the hundreds of trees [ilanteel h.y 
Ills hand held almost a human interest for him. He 
taught his chiMren ld ob<er\-e these beauties aiid to revere 
the Hand behind the universe. 

- Tie wa-; a good debaf>'r. ri.-imr at times to the e..)j,:"r.. ~ 
of iiraie>ry, liis voii-' e\ ei- gi\inu the true ring for riLr'.te- 
ousness and patrinti-m. lie was of fuu-^ presenee, tall. 



■ Mack Genealogv. ' 1005 

v. ith lilack hair, grey eyes, handsome features, a voice 
!:!au:netii" anJ eontroUing. He was sou of Elizabeth 
r.;iinlu-idge aud Col George \'aii Auken of Plielps, X^Y. 

■ 5S95. 

Charles Mortimer Peck (57G2. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

, 1820, d. , m. , Ursula Sage, b. . 

'I'liere were two cliildren. 

(illlG. Darius, b. . Resided, Gunnison, Colo. 

5S96. 

Mary Ann Peck (57G-2. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June 12, 

1^2:!, d. Feb. 17, 1SC5, age given as 43, lii. Nov. , 

1^41. Kli "Wilson Dixon, b. , 1S16, d. April 25, 1900. 

Tlit-re wei-e seven children. 

- (i217. Ellen Franeelia, b. Aug. 27, 1S42. 

- (i21S. WiUard Peck. b. Sept. 14, 1S46. 

- i;211). Martha Isabelle, b. Sept. 20, 1S50. 

■ (;22fl Charles Raymond, b. P'eb. 5, 1S53. 

- G221. Mary Elizabeth, b. Aug. 30, 1858. 

- (3222. John Curtis, b. Xov. 17, 1S02. 

G223. Benjamin Billings, 1). Jany. 9. 1SG4, d. Sept. 
, ISG-!. 

5897. 

Darius Raymond Peck (57G2. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 
20, 18;;2. Fairport, X. Y.. d..Oct. 9.. 1891. Ja'-kson. ^Uch., 

111. Feb. 28, 185^, Susan Hunter Wilson, b. , 

('harlr>toii Four Corners, X. Y. There were six chil- 
dren. Mrs. Peck re-ides .Tnckson. Mu:h. 

■ G224. Ad. lie Eienore. b. Feb. 23, 1859. Pontia.\ III. 
f.225. Cora Belle, b. Aug. 5. ISill. Tolono. Ill, d. Aug. 

5." 1S(;2.^ 
. G22(;. \Vait-i-. ]'. An- 23, l-i:2, d. An-. 24. 1^.;2. 

- i',_'27. Cliailes Murtimrr, i.. Feb. 13, 18ii7. Fairburv. 
111. 



1006 Mack Genealogy. 

G22S. Piali'h Brouson. Ij. Ftb. 13. 1?07, Fairbury. ^^ 
(hrin to'above), m. Xov. ]S, 1S91. Katliryu ^Lurpby (a: 
Detroit, :Mich.), b. . 

G-229. Puiymond Wilson, b. July 3, IST-T, 'jack<un. 
Micli. 

5S9S. " 

:\rartba ^[. Peck (57G2. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. S, 1S3;J. 

d. , 1S70, m. , James V. AVhite. There \ras 

cue child. 

6230. Isabel, b. , m. , Fred Durfee, b. 

, d. , and she resides Port Byron, X. Y. 

5S99. 

Sarah A. Peck (57(;2. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 30. 1^:35. 
m. Feb. 16, 1S63, W. A. ^Vhite, b. April 1, 1S3S. There 
■n-ere t-^o children. 

6231. Herbert AV., b. April 29, 1S6G, d. :\rar. 6, 1SC9. 

6232. Edirar C, b. Oct. 6. 1S70. d. Sept. 1, 1S77. 
Peside, Aiil)urn. X. Y. 



5900. 

Submit C'rittcndeu (57G4. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. . 

d. , m. , AVillJam Preston (of Brockport. 

X. Y.), b. . Refer tn ^frs. Anna Pa-e, Medina. 

X. Y. 



5901. 

Sophronia (.'rittenden (57G4. 5719. 57ri4. 13. 1.) b 

-«- — . d. . m. . William S. num])hrev ('V 

an^in^. Mirh.i. 



Mack Genealogy. 1007 

5902. 

Xanry Crittemlen (57U4. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. -7-, 

, T. Miles Banni.<tLT, b. . There were 

children. 

(;:::);). William Henry, b. , d. . 

Cc'.'U. Asahel Isl., b. , address, Buffalo, X. Y. 

(i"_'.')5. Thomas ^Miles, b. . 

(j2'.'jG. Louise, b. . 

G1I37. Luvella, b. . 



5903 



Fanny Crittenden (57G4. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

d. , m. , James Dennis, b. , d. — — - 

Tliere were five children. 

(;J3S. Addie. b. , d. . 

G-:39. Butler, b. , d. . 

f.240. Carrie, b. . Resides, "Waterloo, X. Y. 

(1241. Joseph, b. . 

G242. Fannie, b. , d. . 

5904. 

Lydia Ann Crittmden (57(U. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 

, m. , John (of Saline, ^lidi.). K« 

. There were seven childrt-n. 

(5243. John U. 

0244. Alonzo. 

0245. Harriet. 
6240. Mary. 
0247. Isabella. 
r)24S. Submit. 
0249.^ Ernest. 

Ref.'Tto .Mi>. ^Fnry (indfrcy. YpVilaiui, Mich. 

(WJ 



1003 Mack Genealogy. 

5906. - 

Charles Critteudon (5764. :ul9. 5704. 13. 1.) b. . 

m. , Scott, b. . There were fourcSildreu. 

6250. Joseph, b. . 

6251. May, b. . 

6252. Helen, b. . 

6253. George, b. . 

Refer to Mrs. Helen Loveland. 

590S. 

Carlton P. Crittenden (5764. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

, d. — ■ , m. . Lydia Van Etten. Re<.. 

Wheatland Center, Mich. 

5909. 

Ezra Jones Peck (57G5. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 10. 
1S30, Seneca Castle, X. Y., m. Mar. 31, 1S5G, Annie Liii- 

gau Bartlett, b. Aug. , lS2ii, Hartford, Conn. (dan. 

of , and gr. dau. of Pev. Shuliael Bartlett of Ea>t 

Windsor, Conn.) He graduated from Williams Colk-g'/ 
in 1S51 and received tl)e degrees of A. B. and A. M. froa; 
that institution. Hol>art College in IS'.'O conferred upor^ 
him tlie degree of L. L. D. He began his life v^-ork or" 
teaching in Xov., ]S5]. since which time he lias been act- 
ively engaged in High School work, and has been suc- 
cessful in fitting young men for coUeLre. During the Civi! 
War he was one year 1st Lieut, of Sth X. Y. Vol. Cavalry. 
After the war he served three years as Commissioner of 
common schools. The Hiuh Schools of wliich lie w;is 
Princi[.al are Phelps Union and Chi-sif>al School, Canau- 
daigua Acatlemy. Hduier Acad<'my and Dwo-to Eree Acad- 
emy. On Jany. 1, I'.'i'U, he was a['poinie<l one of the lu- 
sp.ct'ns of tl.r- rnivrr-;:;.- ..f tii" State of Xew Y.^r-- 
His bmir .-ervic' in tiie (.Miucatidna! tiuid and his a^'tivr 
and pain?takiug intere>t in his life work make him cim- 



Mack Genealogy. 1009 

im-ntly fitted for this liosition. Those who are acquainted 
with him say that his knowledge of public school needs is 
unusual. He also has a splendid reputation as a sclrolar. 
In personality he is strong, yet unobtrusive, and he has a 
ph'.isiug manner of address and will no doubt make a 
j.opular official among the school men. The family re- 
side Phelps. X. y. There were six children. 

- ('i'J54. Alice Lingau, b. July 16, ISjT. 

- (;2.j5. Cornelia Kandolph, b. Xov. 9, 1S5S. 
G25G. Eugenia Caldwell, b. Aug. 17, 1S60. 
(iil57. Edith LeffingwcU, b. April 2, ISCd. 

(j25S. George Mann, b. Feb. 27, 1SG5, a graduate of 
Williams College, 1S92. and Liljrarian Jacob Tome In- 
>titute at Port Deposit, ^Maryland. 

(5259. Annie Partlett, b". June 20. 1S73, a graduate of 
I'^Jniira Ctdlege witli tlie degree A. P). in 1S9S, and is Vice 
I'rincijjal High School, Dundee, X. Y. 

5910. 

Henry Jones Peck (57G3. 7)719. 5704. 1.3. 1.) b. July 20, 
1^:!4, Seneca Castle. X. Y., m. Oct. IS, 1^.59, ^lary D. 
<iray, b. June 12, l'=!3S. Pesiiles, Seneca Castle, X. Y. 
'I'liore were three children. 

(■-2(;m. Frederick Puiritt. b. Aug. 19. 1^(50, giad. Am- 
l.erst College. ISSG. received in 1--0 d.>giee"'of A. M. 
'iiaduatcd from Munich College in LS90 with degree of 
I'll. 1). Is now Prore;.sor of (ieulugy. Lafayette College, 
Kaston, Pa. 

G2(il. James In-raham, b. Aug. 9. IStJ;', d. Xov. 4. 1S9?, 
a graduate of Williams College, and the Institution in 
l^-^7 cimf.-rred en him tlie degruu'of A. P>. and in l^iiO of 
A. M., in l'^'.>7, Ph. D. He took a two years' Post (Iradu- 
ati- study-at .lolms Hopkins Tnivcrsitv. 15;i!timoi-e. .Md. 
\V;:> A^, -!,!:;! l"ru^■^>o^ of ni,,l,.^-y at Willi. mis College. 
I^:*- nl-o A.->i~i.-int Dlieetor of .Marine Pioloirv, AVoods 
Ib'lr. M.L.s. He died Williamsto'vi;, .Mass. 



1010 Mack Genealogy. \ 

t)262. Mary Gray. b. Oct. 21, 1SG7, a graduate of El ] 

mira College in 1SS9, and took a Po.-t Graduate course a'. | 

University of ^^linnesota, ^Minneanolis, Minn., ^'here sL-- ; 

is now Instructor of English Literature. 1 

5911. I 

Hattie Cornelia Ann Peck (5765. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. i 

Nov. 9, 1S46, Baldwinsville. X. Y.. m. Dec. 29, 1SG9, Alfx- 1 

ander J. "Weston, b. June 21, 1S44. There were six chil- ] 

dren. I 

G-263. Alice lilvangeliue, b. Oci. 9, 1S70. i 

6264. Frank ^^larcy, b. Se!;t. 2G, 1S73. | 
62G5. James Howard, b. I'eb. 2, 1S75. ,\ 

6266. Cornelia Swan, b. Aug. 16. 1876. 1 

6267. Harry Alexander, b. ^lay 30, ISSl, d. May l''. \ 
1900. I 

6265. Lillian Hattie, b. Dee. 12, 1SS4. i 

5913. I 

Charles E. Peck (5766. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 1. ] 

1S31, d. Fob. 14, 1SS7, Pheli.s. X. Y.. m. Xov. 29. 156". i 

Hariiet X'ewell Piei-son, b. . Tliere were five r-in!- ': 

dren. 1 

6269. Flora P.urla. b. Xov. 20. 1S62. d. Dec. 9. 1S62. j 

6270. Cora Boll, b. . J 

6271. Jedfdiah Hoel. b. ^^ei.t. 30. b^64. d. Jauv. ?,: 5 
1SG5. I 

■^ 6272. Laura Anna, b. . | 

-^ 6273. Jesse "\VoodrutT. b. . 1 

The above, object to giviiiLr ur.ta. ^ 

5914. .] 

Betsey J. Peck (.')7(;r.. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 24. j 
]S33, m. Sri.t. 22. 1^52, Altiii;'.() M. t;'arsnn, b. Julv 2ri. l-J ' 



Mack Genealogy. 1011 

Tlu-y resided in ^^ichi^an forty-five years, and the chil- 
I'.rrii were all born in Hudson, ^Mieh. There were three 
.•hilJren. Jieside Seneca Castle, X. Y. . , 

Gl'74. Olin, b. Aug. 6, 135.J, Hudson, ^lieh., d. Aug, 27, 
1S,V), 

(]275. ^[ay, b. May. 15, 1S60, d. Xov. 2, JSSl. 
. (327G. Belie, b. Jany. IS. 1S65. 

5915. 

Esther Ann Peck (57G!l. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Xov. 25, 

Kn37, d. Mar. 21, 1S99, m. 1st. Aug. , 1853, Jerome 

Guilford, b. , d. Xov. , ISGO. She m. 2d, 

Mar. 30, 1S63, Elnoch Hallett, b. . There were 

two children. There was a daughter by first marriage. 

G277. Mary Estelle, b. June 17, 1S55, Waterloo, X. Y. 
There was a son by second marriage. 
- 627S. ^Villiam Enoch, b. Oct. 12, 1S64. 



5916. 

Henry Harrison Peck (57G(i. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 
31, 1S40, m. July 3, 1S!;.2, Ophelia Pal.aor Dibble, b. Feb. 
27, 1S46. Tliere were four children. Res.. Stanley, 
X, Y. 

(1279. Ira Leonard, b. Oct. 15, 1SG3, d. Aug. 30, 1S99. 
- G2S0. Lavinia Isabel. I). Xov. 20. 1SG7. 

G2S1. .Alyra 0['helia. b. Dec. 4, 1874. 

62S2. Henrietta Augusta, b. Aug. IS. 1S76. 

5917. 

Xanin-^Ann Stewart (57G7. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dee. 

T^. 1^25. V\. vp^, X. Y.. .1. Aui' 0. 11--'. •-. P .:.. 2:\ 1^;.; 
Alfred \l. Oritfudeii, 1). I).'.-. 24, 1^2 i. d. .lany. 27, 1S97. 
Tlicre wert- two or t!ir>_'e children. 



1012 Mack Genealogy. 

+ 62S3. De Lancey S., b. April 4, 1^51. 

G2S4. Chai-U's V., b. July 20, 1S.36, d. Oct. 9, 1S60. 

5919. 

Charlotte E. Stewart (57G7. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. ^[ar. 
4, 1830, m. Nov. 5, 1540, Charles Van De ^^lark, b. Xov. 
24, 1S17, d. Oct. 2, 1SS7. Kes., Phelps, N. Y. Tber.' 
were sis children. 

6285. Lottie S., b. Aug. 19, 1S47, m. Xov. 20, 1=G7, 

Ezra F. Elliott, b. , 1840. Xo children. Ik-^.. 

Phelps, X. Y. 

6286. Charles J., b. Aug. 5, 1S49, d. July 15, 1350. 
+ 62S7. Josephine, b. ^Mar. 4, 1S51. 

+ 6288. Charles H., b. Dec. 3, 1852. 

+ 6289. Arthur S.. b. Oct. 2, 1S55. 

+ 6290. Frederick W., b. Feb. 6, 1SG4. 

5920. 

Horace P. Stewart (5767. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 
3. 1S32. m. Oct. 7, lSo3, T:iiza1ieth Strang, b. Dec. 6, ls34. 
Res., ^^ason, r^Iich. There were four children. 
+ 6291. Rnrape \V., b. Jany. 4, 1855. 

6292. Frank H., b. Dec. 12, 1855. ra. . Alice 

Doane. b. , 1865. d. Jany. 17, 1^91. Xo children. 

Res., Grand Papids, [Mich. 

+ 6293. Daniel C, b. ^[^r. 30, 1859. 

+ 6294. Rebecca Camp, b. Dee. 18, 1S75, Bath, ^lich. 

592S. 

Milla L. Tiffany (5771. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May H'. 
1S23. d. A'!g. 29. IS!!.-:. ,.,. Oot. 3, 1844, William T. Au>tl'J. 
b.^lfar. 20. 1^22. d. (^.'t. 14, 1-^1. There were sev.-u 
children. n!l in, in in r.ridLce\.-ater. Pa. 
+ 6295. X. Eliza, b. Au-. 7, 1845. 



Mack Genealogy. . 1013 

* 6-296. J. Xorris, b. June 12, 18i7. 

G-J'J7. Marv- E., b. Jany. 22, 1S50. 

G2DS. Cliarlos K., b. July d. lS5o. 

G291). "William P., b. ^lay 26, 1S36, m. June 2S,' 1SS2, 
Lizzie L. Hoese. He died Xov. 6, ISSS. 

G300. Frank T., b. Feb. 2G, ISGO, m. June 12, 1SS9, Sue 

1. Kead, b. . 

^ GoOl. Judd J., b. Aug. 15, 1S64. 

^ . 5945. 

Edwin Palmer Mack (5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June 
23, 1S29, m. Oct. 3, 1854, Sarali Quick, b. Sept. 14, 1S3G. 
lies., Lindaville, Pa. There were two children. 
+ 6302. Arthur Ledyard, b. April 5, 1S62. 
-r 6303. Andrew Grant, b. Oct. 13, 1S6S. 

5946. 

James "Wolcott Mack (5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. :^[ar. 

2, 1S31, d. Oct. 25, l'^9[). m. July 5, 1870, Carrie Ivuap[) 
Rill, b. Oct. 6. 1S37, Barre, X. Y. Kesided Albion, X. Y. 
Thcro were two children. 

- 6304. Virgil Sill, b. Oct. 29, 1S71. 
6305. Carroll Marvin, b. Oct. 6, 1S75. 



5947. 

George Chapman Mack (5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 
]'l, 1S33, m. Sept. 15. 1S58. Frances Ann Quick, b. Oct. 5. 
183S, d. April 25, 1873. He seiwed in Civil War ten an<l 

;i half months. There were two children. Kes., . 

- 630G. James I)., b. Dec 27, 1839. 

630-r:- Kimnet .l;iv. b. Oct. IG, 1-72, d. J an v. 24. 1883. 



1014 Mack Gf.neai.ocv. 

594S. 

Ledyard Palnior Mdok (.j774. 5720. 5704. V.]. 1.) h. ]),,,.. 
9, 1S;1S, d. June 22, ISOO, m. Jany. S, 1SG7, Jessre E. Av- 
ery, b. Aug. 24. 1S47. Ees.. Jetmore, Kansas. Tiioif 
were tbrer children. 

C30S. Quincy Marvin, b. Aug:. 19, ISGS, ra. Dec. 31, 
1800, Addie A. Mock, b. Nov. 27, 1S72. 
+ 6309. Herbert Avery, b. April 19, 1S73. 

6310. William JelTers. b. ^iav. 25, 1S79. 

Ledyard P. Mack enlisted Co. D, 50tli Reg. Penua. Vol.. 
Sept. 6, ISGl, for three yera's' service, but was discliarged 
Nov. 4, 1SG2, by reason of Surgeon's certificate of disa- 
bility. Pe-enli.>ted July 15. 1SG3, Co. I of Independent 
Battery, Pa. Artillery Vol. to serve six months and vras 
discharged at expiration of time of sen-ice, Jany. 7, 1SG4. 

5950. 

Horace Greeley ^lack (5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 
7, 1S46, m. April -20, 1S73. :^lary E. Jameson, b. Feb. 24. 
1S50. There were two children. Res. . 

G311. Marvin Louis, b. ]il;iy 2, 1S77, d. July 15, 1S9S. 

6312. Ellen Gertrude, b. Jany. 7, ISSO. 

5952. 

Henry Quincy Mack (577G. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May 5. 
1S29, Tunkhannock, I'a., m. 1st, Oct. 7, 1S5S. Rache! 

Thornton Dirdsall, b. , 1S35. New Yorlc City, d. 

Dec. G, 1SG2. He m. 2d. Jany. IS, 1>72, Mary Elizabeth 
Janes, b. Aug. 2i), 1S37, Hartford, Conn. There was one 
son by second marriage. 

^ G313. Arthur Carlyle, b. Sei.t. 21, 1873. Resides. 
XeVYork City. 

H. C>. .Ma.'k rrH(h'> (D..;t.i. Kan'i on the Hud>on) (.'at^- 
kill Station. X. Y. In 1S35 his parents removed to 



Mack Genealogy. 1015 

!»,iv.T. N'. H., and liere lie recoivfjd his education. ^Vlioa 
I'cuitfeii years of age he Tvas apprenticed to Asa A. 
'riifts of that city to hi-arn tlie drug: })asiness. Ser\'ing: 
!ii> <even years of apprenticeshii>. he removed to Xew 
\.>vk City, vrhere he entered the establishment of Rush- 
tnn, (.'iarke & Co. as assistant drnggist. Two years later 
!..■ removed to Newport, R. I., and entered the employ of 
Il;i7ard »!c Caswell, druggists of that eity. On this tirm's 
.-taiiH--hment of a I'lalatial store in the Fifth Avenue 
U'ltel building in Xew York he was placed in charge of 
till- saine, and on the retirenient of Mr. Hazard he be- 
came a partner in the business under the firm name of 
Caswell, ^lack i^- Co. Seven years later he withdrew 
from business and after some years of rest he removed 
to Catskill Station, X. Y., where he purchased a farm. 
(In a commanding eminence, whose conformation was like 
that of a vast dome (because of which he gave tlic name 
••Dome Farm" to the estate) lie built a commodious 
house which has been his home ever since. The \-iew 
I'rom thi> height is one of the loveliest imaginable. Fight 
miles to the westward tower the whole range of Catskill 
Mountains bathed in heavt-nly blue. Southward tiie 
view expands and is bounded only by the distant horizon. 
Ilelow flows the majestic Hudson which ex])auds into the 
liroad dimensions of a lake some two miles across. East- 
ward rise spurs of the Taghkanic ^fountains, and in the 
di.-tance are the Berkshire Hills of ^Massachusetts. 
N'orthward irleams (he Hudson and rise th.e Helderburg 
.Mountains. [Mr. Mack has olotlied the former bald farai- 
laud with orchards of chov.'^ fruit-' and a vineyard of the 
luiest variety of grapes. He has always been a groat 
I<iver 0^ liooks. and his liin-ary, wliidi contains between 
two and three thousand volume-. fui-;ii.-.hfs him unending 
delight ;^.;y id so in the peaceful avocation of horticulture, 
the companion-hip of bonk- .-ui 1 a wife of rar^-t caltur'^ 
and wortii, and in work- of JH-nefii-t-n.'e to hi-^ felhv.v-men. 
Jir.d in the mid-t of a scenc-rv of the most cliarming beauty. 



lOlG Mack Genealogy. 

and a locality of the utiim-t liealthfulness, he is more tli. • 
conteut to pass the sunsi t of this earthly life. 

He is also a strict vegetarian. Year after y^ar h>j ;. 
elected to the trustee.-^hip of the district school* in v.ir.. .. 
he takes great interest. 

5953. 

Xarcissa Mack (5776. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June :-. 
1833, Wilkesbarre, Pa., in. July 23, 1SG2, Edward llovrv. 
b. Mar. 8, 1S20, Portland. Maine, d. Nov. 2. 1900. 

He graduated from Bovrdoiu College in 1840, studit-i 
a terra of years in Union Theological Seminary, Xe-v 
York, but instead of entering the ministry, however, l-.- 
devoted hiui=;clf to music, of which he was professor, tia- 
remainder of his life. He was an admirable organist. 
and from the beginning played the organ and was musica" 
director of the choirs of some of the tirst churches, su':;; 
as Dr. Alexander's (or ^^facauley's) of Fifth Ave., Dr. 
Adams', and Dr. Osgood's Church of the ^lessiah, where 
he remained greatly esteemed between twent\- and thiiiy 
years. He v.-as also aii exquisite pianist and composer. 
His ''In the Cros.^ of Christ Wc Gin,;/" Jms been widely 
admired both in this country and England. There v\ere 
three childi-eu. 
-r 6314. Edward Eno.-h, b. Mar. 24, ISiU. Xew York. 

(;315. Frederick Tlieodure. b. Aug. 25. ISfio. KL.^i.h- 
Xew York City. 

6316. Alfred Plenry, b. Jany. 28, 1870. He is ii. 
United States Xavv. 



5955. 

^Ellon Elizabeth Miick (5777. 5720. 57('4. 13. 1.) b. Srpt j 



.\lphon.-o and .Mary (IlMrtoii) St-'rliiig, a dt-sceiida:.: 
from J(.^e[.h and Sarah ( .Mack) Sterling) (See Xo. 'V^O'- 



Mack Genealogy. 1017 

■(,. \),v. (i, 1S37, Gaiues, X. Y. Tliert; were two children. 

1.'. sidem-e, All)i"on, X. Y. 

- (;:;i7. Bessie Mary, b. June 22, 1869. 

(i;]lS. Albert Mack, b. Xov. 3, 1S74. in. Dec. 22. l^OS, 
Lillian WooJburn Burbank, b. Oct. 3. 1S76 (dau. of Wm. 

:uid Lucy (D ) Burbank of Gaines, X. Y'.) Xo 

.-iiildren. Kes., Syracuse, X". Y'., and he is connected with 
••The Herald." 



5956. 



Lavinia Jewett Mack (5777. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May 
:;'•, IS-IO, m. Oct. 31, 1S66. Stephen D. Skinner, b. Xov. 4,. 

l'^41 (son of Jar\-is and (- ■ — ) Skinner of Albion, X'. 

Y.) (See 60S4.) Kes., Carlton Station, X''. Y. There 

were two children. 

- G310. Alfred Jarvis. b. Xov. 16, 1S73. 

0320. Charles Do Land, b. Dec. 27, 1S75, m. Xov. 1, 
ISW, Bertha Louisa Barrett, l>. Sept. 25, 1S77 (dau. of 
Oscar and Sarah (Skinner) Barrett). X"o children. 



595S. 



Theodore Horace Mack (577S. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 
5. 1S36, Brooklyn, Pa., m. Dec. S, 1S5',». Harriet M. Em- 
mons, b. A}.ril 1, 1S3S. Sterling. HI. (dau. of ). 

Th.ere were four children. 

''He has been stricken with {laralysis and is feeble in 
mind and body."— From a letter written April 21, 1002. 
1a- liis wife. He d. Xov. 3, 1003. Residence. Sterlin-, 111. 

6.321. Myra, b. July 17, l^Gl, in Sterliu- 111., d. April 
S, 1SS2, Sterling, 111. 

6322. Cliarles T.. b. .Tany. 24, 1S63, Sterling. II!.. m. 

Ort. 2(\1-',i2. H. Ln-I!a H!|l. b. (dau. of Dr. 

M.J.Hili). Xo.'hlld.vn. 

- 6.323. Harriet, b. April 26, 1S66, Sterling. 111. 



1018 Mack Genealogy. 

6324. Elizaliotl!. b. Jany. 27, ISbS, in Sterling, Hi., 
Feb. •23: 1SG9. 

5959. 



Charles Miles Mack (577S. .^720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 
29, 1839, m. May 2, 1SG7, ifarietta Coleman, b. May i.j. 
1845. lies., Cliicago, 111. There -^-ere six children. 

6325. Persis Mary, b. Sept. 19. 1871. 

6326. Ida Estelle, b. Sept. 8, 1874. 

-^ 6327. :\[abel Beatrice, b. Dec. 6, 1875. )_ 

6328. Maud Bcruice, b. Dec. G, 1875. ' 

6329. Anna Etta, b. Oct. 19, 1877. 

6330. Grace Esther, b. June 13, 1SS3. 



Twins. 



5961. 



Mary Eveline ^lack (5778. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 22. 
1S48, m. Xov. 9, 1876, Owen A. D.ryant. b. Dec. 12, 1"^44. 
Reside, Chippewa Falls. AVis. There were four childiL-a. 

6331. Marion E., b. Sept. 10, ]s77, Chippewa Falls. 

6332. ■ Bessie, b. July 15, 1879. 
.6333. John Owen, b. Aug. 19. 18^2. 

6334. Florence, b. April 24. 1885. 



5964. 



^lary Kosella Ba-ley (57^0. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 

6, 1831', m. X]n-i\ 7. \>-oiK Addison A. Simpson. 1>. . 

1834, h'cnsselaer, X. Y. Res.. ^Vaymart, Pa. There was 
one child. 

6335. Lenora A., b. Janv. 30. 18G1, d. June 20. 1879. 



5965. 

Vicla Meh-ina ilauicy (57>n. .-,7-j,>. .;,:.i4. 13. 1.) b. P 
22, 183'^. m. Dec. 22, 1S55, Albert .\u.-tin Simpson, b. S. 



Mack Genealogy. 1019 

10. is;;r,. d. Mar. 3. 1802. Ros., Jersey City, X. J. There , 
were two chilcFren. 

- (;;;;;b. Arthur Leroy. b. M:iy 0, 1S71. 

- (I?,:i7. Myrtie ^lay, b. :\[ar. 24, 1S73. 

59C7. 

Emily Elvira Bagley (57S0. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 

11, 1S41, m. Dec. 24, 1857, James Lind>ay, b. Feb. 11, 1S37. 
He was of Scotch de?eeiit. He served in Civil War 

three years. Piesided AVayinart, Pa. There were three 

children. 

+ G33S. James Leroy, b. Jany. 19, 1S59. 

G33'.>. AVilliam Eveni, h. July G, l^bO, d. Jany. 6, 1870. 

(i340. Malviua ^lay, b. Sept. 12, 1S74, d. Oct. 4, 1878. 

59GS. 

Emma Eliza Bagley (5780. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June 
20. 1^50, m. Pec. 12, 18GG, John B. Kirby. b. Nov. 22, 
184G, near Middletown. X. Y. Resided Pittston, Pa. 
There were two children. 
. G341. Vena Mola, b. July 20, 1SC9. ^ 
+ G342. Charles E., b. April 25, 1S73. 

5971. 

Willis Land (or Loveland) Mack (5783. 5720. 5704. 13. 
1.), 1>. June 14. 18,59, m. Feb. IG. 1887, Eva Anna fiil- 
lette, b. S.'pt. 15, 18(iG. L'esided three miles east of Al- 
bion, X. Y. There were two children. 

G343. Loraine Gillette, b. May 14, 1888. 

G344. Lucy Loveland. b. Dec. 10, 1897. 

5972. 

Cb:n-h'> A. :Tack (57-3. :^720. 5704. 13. 1.^ b. Ort. 20, 
!■<<:!>, m. <)rt. 8. P^m. .b nn;e Maude Turtle, b. April 7. 
1^73. R.,-.. Medina. X. Y. Tliere wer.. three children. 



1020 Mack Genealogy. -^ 

G345. William Gu>tavu.-,, b. Xov. 17, 1S92. | 

f.34G. f:iwoo(I Li.velaud, b. DfO. 20, 1S94. j 

6347. Selwyii Eogers, b. Aug. IG, 1S9S. , \ 

5979. • \ 

\ 

Mary Elizal^etli Lines (5790. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. j 

15, 1S22, (I. Jauy. 25, 1S79, m. Dec. 19, 1S50, Couger Tii- \ 

fany, b. .lany. 24. 1S23. Res., Brooklyn, Pa. There was | 

one cliild. \ 

634S. Eva Ann, b. Aug. 24, 1S5S. Resides Brooklvn, .5 

- ■ ^ 

59S0. \ 

Josejih Lines (5790. 5722. 570'4. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 15, 1?24, j 
d. Dec. 10. 1SS2. m. Mar. 19, 1S49, Lydia Caswell, b. -: 
. 1S21, d. Oct. 11. 1SS4. There was one child. ^, 

6349. Eva, b. , 1S51, d. Oct. 14, 1S57. \ 

5993. I 

Noble MoKinney-t5793. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. . \ 

1S37, m. , Isadore Kichard.^ b. , d. Feb. 13. \ 

1902, ae. 53. Resided Drodklyu, Pa. There were three \ 

children. j 

6350. Harry, b. . 

6351. Ruby. b. . \ 

6352. Ilattie, b. . \ 



5999. 

Elislia ^[l'Kinney (5793. 5722. 5704. L3. 1.) b. 

d. , ni. , Emilia Pa"ker. b. -. There 

wTmt two cliiMrfn. 

6354. Picrtha. ]>. . d. , ao. S vrs., S mos. 



Mack Genealogy. 1021 

6000. 

Latham I.f.'witt ^lack {"[H. 5722. o704. 13. i.) b^ 
. Xotliing more learned. 

6001. 

.Martha :^Ialvina :\[ack (5794. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 
4, 1S44. BrooklvTi, Pa., m. Jaiiy. 20, ISGO, John Henry 
Kllis. b. Sept. 17, 1835, Goslien, X. Y. (For notes ou 
KIlis families see Appendix.) Res., ^lertiUa, Kansas. 
There were eleven children. 

6:;55. p]lmer Ellsworth, b. July 25, ISGl, d. Jany. 20, 
l-CO. 

- i;:;5n. Lottie ilaria. b. Aug. 21, 1S64. 

- G;';57. Xellie Amanda, b. April 13, 1S66. 

- t;358. Charles Francis, b. Xov. 30, 1SG7. 

- G350. Sarah Diadamia, b. Oct. 4. ISGl'. 

i;3G0. Clara Arvilla, b. Oct. 20, 1S71, d. ^lar. 2G, 1S9S. 

- G3(il. Jay Horton, b. June 17, 1S73. 
G3G2. Xehemiah Mack, b. Feb. 17, 1S75. 

G3G3. Flora !Malviua, h. ^lar. 2G. 1S77, Parkersburg, 
la., m. July 2G, 1S09, Charles W. Shore, b. Feb. 9, 1S61, 
Wood.bine. in. Res.. Arkahnv, Kansas. 

G3G4. "William Comminirs, b. xVpril 2S, 1S79. 

(;3i;5. Fher Eno. b. Dec^lG, ISSI. 



6018. 



Sarali ElizalK^h :\[ack (5797. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. ^[ay 
24, 1^41, m. 1st, July 2, 18G1, Horace Plarger, b. :k[ay 30, 

1839, d. . m. 2d, Feb. 2G, 1S94, Henry Abbott Kirt- 

lan.l, b. May 30, 1840, in E-^>cx, Conn. Pes., Pittsburg, 
I\an.>as. i See X'o. G048 and r>ii57.) Tiier-^ were five chib 
dren by fir'Vt marriage. 

i;3i;r.. yi;-,ttle nella. b. May 2';, lsi'.2. d. Xov. 11, l^tlG. 
' t;3G7. Dora Irene, b. Oct. 23. lSo5. 



]0'2-2 Mack Genealogy. 

ISGS, d. ^lav i:,. 



63GS. 


Sadie P:Hzaljeth. b. Da,'. 11, IS 


1SC9. 




+ ti3(?j. 


AVilliaiii Mack, b. Jany. 31. 1S70 


+ 6370. 


Anuettie May, b. Feb. 15, 1S7S. 



6019. 

George Edwin Muck (.3707. .57-2-2. 5704. 13. 1.) b. ^[ay 
28, 1S43, m. Aug. 20, 1S73, :>[ai-y E. Ciiainuan. b. Nov. In. 
1S53, Fruitport, :\Iich. Pie;.. Mar-kswUe, Kansas. (S.:-v 
Xo. G049.) There vrere four children. 

6371: Can-ie G., b. July 2G, 1S7G, Fruitport, [Mich. 

6372. Anne L., b. July 30. ISSO, Fruitport, ilich. 

0373. E. Lewis, b. Oct. 9, 1SS2, Fruitport, Midi. 

6374. Christabel, b. Sept. 17, 1S90, ZilacksWlle, Ear.. 

He enlisted in the Xew York Cavalry Oct. 2G, ISGl, was 
with the regiuient in all its battles from Antietani to 
Petersburg, was wounded there and sent to David's 
Island, X. Y.; in hosi.ital till Xov. 16, 1S64, serving thrt-L- 
years and three weeks, was at Antietara. Fredericksburg. 
Chancellorville, Gettysbui-g, AVilderuess. Cold Harbor. 
Petersburg, besides minor cavalry battles "by tl:*.' 
dozen." He has been jio^tniasti-r at r^Iacksville, Kansas. 

6020. 

Xu;,h E. Mack (57li!i. 5725. 57ri4. 13. 1.) 1). May 9. 1^2". 
Essex. Ci->nn., d. .Tune J2. 1>^9S. Deep Eiver, Cor.::. 
(diowufd) 111. April 2. 1S47, Emily M. Rich, b. Jany. 15. 
lN2i;, Middlftnwn, Conn. She resided Saybrook, Conn. 
There were four childrfU. 

- 6.375. Xo;ih ]■:.. h. :M;iy 9. 1?45. T-^ssex, Conn. 

- r,;;7(;. l-huily Maria, b. Xov. 3. 1^55. 

^t;377. William E.. b. Jany. 1, b-59. d. Sept. 6, ISCO. 
T;37<. I.auia .\.. 1,. A.cll 2^. I'^iV. d. June h\ l-CO. 
I'.'ui.l II;.- nfr hi^imy of Captain Xc,ah E. Ma-k bo wril- 
t<Mi u]i. it weuld (M.ntain more intcrc.-tini: reading 'tL.'.n 



Mack Genealogy. 10-23 

nmcli of the "tvash"' now printed and read to-day. He 
l;;id sjicnt tlie"largf-r nortion of hi.- Hfe on the waters, not 
Lilly a-; a roa?tinir Captain, but on the ocean; he had.\"is- 
.\,t\ many foiiegn poits. and his adventures were uumer- 
(.n>; l;e was a true type of the daring Yankee skipper and 
l:,id hail so many hairlireadth e-r^apes from a vratery 
L'rave thiat it wa- a common saying that Captain Xoah 
v.as not born to be drowned. 

After the death of h.is father the family were all pros- 
trated with chills and fever, and it seemed impossible to 
reaiain in their new home, but without money and far 
fnmi friends the future looked dark indeed. They at 
ia^t resolved to start for the East, hut the question was 
how cuuld it be done .' Xoah undertook the task of bring- 
ing them back to Conn. He purchased a boat 24 ft. long, 
S ft. wide, eidarged it. packed it with all the household 
"bclungii:-j->" tJiat was possible, made the family as com- 
furtablc as tliey could be under the circumstances and set 
sail with his precious freight— a widowed mother, two 
snuill broth.ers and six sisters. He sailed Sept. 2S, 1S40, 
through Lake Erie for ISui'falo. Tlie passage was rough 
;md boisterous, and v:\ivn they rcatdied that city it was 
ll(M;drd ajid all tlic h: ;dgcs in the c;.nal had been carried 
away, which causeil a driay of ;i week. The Superintend- 
ent ga\-e him a. free pass tlirougii the canal to Albany, and 
they coutimied on thuir course until the v.-eather became 
Ml cold a.nd stormy tliat it was noce-,-ary to niahe diti'er- 
ciit arrangement-. The boat wa- stopped at Lockport, 
b;aded out a)id the iiioiher and eiiildren takim to I'helps, 
X. v., to renuiin with an uuiMe, while the '' Boy Captain" 
went to E:>sex, Con.n., and ^e<;-ured work for tlie winter 
in the shiii yard. He returned in tiie Spi'ing to Phelps,, 
X. Y.. ami after re|.:iiring the eraft again .^et -ail for 
i.'onn. T^ij pa-.-a^e was slow and tedious; tliere was 
niu'-h eurio-i'y .lioiig :'■ - bank- of \\\.- eann! on tiie i'art_ 



102-t Mack Ghnealogv. 

of the people to got a gliii\pse of the young: Cai'tain awl 
his passeng,ers. his couiing luning been heralded beforL' 
him. At last tlie Xortli Eiver Ava.s reached and dx)wn iln- 
Hudson they sailed, passing Xew York City, entered 
Long Island Scmml. and when off Faulkner Island a 
heavy squall strack the little craft and nearly capsized it 
and it was with the greatest difficulty that the craft wa; 
ke}>t atloat; the eldest sister, who assisted him in handling' 
the boat, was kept busy bailing out tlie incoming water. 
At last they reached Saybrook. waited for the flood tide 
and the same night arrived as Essex, all safe and well. 

At a family gathering held at Xoah E. Mack's resi- 
dence Nov. 24, 1S70, thirty years after the memorable 
trip, two of the brothers and tive sisters with their fami- 
lies, also a number of relatives and friends, were present. 
Rev. Mr. Goodsell. then jKi^xov of the Essex il. E. Church. 
was there and delivered an adilress on the voyage. At 
the same time a niece of the Ca[ttaiu, ^^liss Ivate ]\[attliew> 
of ;Merideu, presented to Xoah E. INlack a beautiful loving 
cuj), the workmanship of her father. On the cup is en- 
gravfd the picture of a snuill vessel lowering its sails in 
Middle Cove, ]■l^^ex. with a xdev,- of David ^^lack's shii' 
yard and the surrounding hou>es. She recited the fol- 
lowing verses (composed by her teacher, J. T. Pettee of 
Meriden, Conn.). 

"Beloved Uncle, oft the tender tear 
These eyes have i::i'istened as I've sat to hear 
From lij.s maternal the heroic deed, 
"Which you. a su-iplincr. gloriously aehieved. 
How with stronu' arms on Erie's troubled wave. 
When de.-ith had hiid a father in the grave. 
You launched t!;e triMiiljIing bark which bore 
Hii stricken hoUsei;(jld to their native shore, 
ir.w tiii-;;uh t:.- h..-!;^ of Erie's great canal, 
l)o\vn throuirh the Hudson to the ocean's swell, 



Mack Genealogy. t025 

Von brought the ventufou.- hark, nor idly stayed 
Till Saylirook's light aud Lyme's low coast you made, 
Lauded your precious freight on Essex's shore, . ' 
From home aud kindred to depart no more. 

'i'his having heard, I now before you stand 

To give this cup, wrought by my father's hand ; 

And were it dianiond, set in purest gold, 

.\n act so filial, beautiful and Ijold, 

\\'ould well deserve it; but tlie hand that wrought 

Must give it value, else its value naught. 

Acce{»t it then and with it our warm j)rayers 

That God would guide }'ou through this world of cares. 

Conduct you safe to Heaven's eternal shore 

As vou to this, the loved ones saft-lv bore." 



6021. 



Jane Aurelia :\Iack (.jT^O. 57-25. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 10, 
1S22, Essex, Conn., d. Sept. S, l;>0-:, m. .Tune 1, 1S45, Abel 

n. Brewster, b. , Essex, d. Feb. 9, 1S77, ae. 53 yrs., 

S mos., ^nddletleld. Conn. Kes.. ^[iddlefield. Conn. 

In early life v.-as a sca faring num. lies., in Essex and 
-Middlefield, Conn. There were tive children. 
- i;379. .(ane Adelaide, b. .Alar. 4. 1^47. 

r,3S0. Alfred M. T-ailey. b. Alay 20, IS51, d. Oct. 3, 
1S52. 

G3.S1. Jesse FL, b. April 1, 1^54, d. Aug. 5 or 2S, 1S7G. 

G3S2. William A., b. Jany. 11, 1S57. d. Aug. 24, 1S60. 

b3S3. Clarence E.. b. Sei>t. 30. isr.2. m. Aug. IG, 1S94. 
Mrs. Mary (Walker) Mulligan, b. ^[ar. 2S, ISGG. Ties., 
Ilamden, Conn. 

^[rs. Brewster once rescued a man from drowning in 
tlie n* "v,,ir at AIid.l!rfi..!d, Conn. Tils boat rafwizod 
and she rv-cr.ed hini, for vdnrh act hi- k-i't in his will a 
sum to bi- paid to liL-r weekly during Iut life. 



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6023. 

Xancy yUnln ]^Iack (5791). 5725. 5704. l.'J. 1.) b. June 5. 
lS25-fi, Essex, Conn., d. 'May 2, IS'J-l, ]^Ieriden,*Conn., m. 
Oct. 2 or 21, 1842, Benjamin L. Johnson, b. Sept 5, ISIS, 
Hadlyine, Couu., d. Nov. 23, 1S93, Xew Ilaveu. Conn. 
(His birth is also given April 5, 1S27.) He was son of 
Lawrence and Sarah (Pratt) Johnson (For Pratt fam- 
ily see Appendix), and was by trade a ship carpenter 
(also a millwright) and worked for David ilack a loni< 
time, who gave him the repntation of a first class me- 
chanic:-. Kes.. Xew Haven, Conn. There were three 
children. 

^ G3>4. Henry M., b. Xov. 26, 1S44, Xo. KiUiug^vorth. 
Conn. 
-t- 63S5. Ellen Mmiiu b. :^i:ay 17, 1S4S, Essex, Conn. 

G3S5a. Laura Ann, b. X^'ov. 25, 1S55, Deej) Kiver, Conn. 
d. Feb. 3. isii3, Aliddlefield, Conn. 

6024. ■ - 

X'elson Edward Mack (5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 
30, 1S2S, Essex, Conn., ni. 1st. Jany. 1, 1S54, Ann Submit 
Geer, b. Dec. G. 1S34, d. Oct. 31, 1S7U, m. 2d, April 4, 1S71. 
Antoinette L. Caniji, li. Aug. 9. 1846. Tliere were two 
children by 1st man'inge and two by second. 
(1st [Marriage.) 

G3S6. Fannie M., b. Aug. 7, 1S5.5. d. April 2, 1SS2. 

G3S7. Jennie A., b. 0,'t. 11, 1S5S. d. Dec. 17. 1S65. 
(2d Marriage.) 

63S8. Xettie M., b. Oct. 27, 1S72. 
+ 63S9. Laura Ann, b. Sept. 20, 1S75. Res., Middle- 
field, Conn. 

When he was about thirteen years of age he went to 
Xe\t London. Conn., to leai-n the l.ioat builders' trade. iwA 
at tl!:;t liiu.' {'.:■■/ were i.iii!,!i;.g -oi-u' i;i'ty or ^i\;y vA::. ■■ 
lu)at>. Cai'tain Jfremiah Potts, (ov wlioiu tliey were 
buihliiig soii'.e of the boal<. a-k'od him to join him on a 



Mack Geneai.gcy. 1027 

whaling voyage. He says: "The sugsjestinu was very 
pU-asing to me and I acceiited the ofYer. I had no difii- 
.•nlty in procuring a bondsniau to ship, as I was a nrere 
hoy at that time. I shipped as a calling boy for the Voy- 
age, and after getting ray outfit I went ou board of tlie 
slii[) Chelsea of Xew London. Coim., bound for northwest 
roast of Russia. We left New Loudon ^lay l.j. 184:2. 
My brother Xoah came from Essex and tried to persuade 
ine to go home with him— that a whaling voyage was long 
and tedious; but no, I had .«hi])ped for the voyage and 
-should fulfill the contract. 

"Wishing me success he bade me good-bye and left for 
home. Little did I think of the hardships I must undergo 
or know of the terrible disaster that lay before me before 
returning to my native land again. If I had taken his 
advice I might have averted the terrible disaster that lay 
before me. We hail not been out but a short time before 
1 became terribly seasick. I remained so until v.-o 
reached tlie Western Islands. Time of making the pas- 
sage, eighteen days. During that time I could not eat 
food of any kind. At the end of that time we entered the 
port of Fayal and my sea-ickness left me quite weak, with 
a remarkable appetite. After getting supplies, potatoes, 
onions, Sec, we set sail for Cape Horn, making a short 
stop at the Cape Verde Inlands, whei-e we obtained the 
largest oranges that I ever saw. for twenty-five cents for 
one hundred. As we neared the Eiiuator v.e had light 
variable winds, and it v.-as over two and a half months be- 
fore we reached Cape Horn. 

We had a quick jiassage around the Cape, doubling it 
within about two miles of shore. We shaped our course 
next for tlie Sand\vi<'!! Islands, arriving at (^alin in about 
four uionth.s. After staying here a short time we 
wei-hecriini'hnr for Honolulu for a few days. Xothing 
<•!' f.-pe'.'ia! iiitcre.-t iH-,'urrrd nn tlie voyaL:-' u\-' to this 
time. After getting supplies and water on board we set 



10-28 -Mack Genealogy. 

sail for tue whale g^ouIl.J^, arriviug there in six -svceks. 
Took our'first whalo D.'C. 10, 1842. There were 1,500 sail 
of whale shii)S on the ground at this time. Duying the 
season we took 1,SOO barrels of oil. and, the season ended. 
we left for Honolulu; from thence we sailed for Xew 
Zealand, our object being to get a few sperm whales. Af- 
ter recruiting in the port of Au^ddand we again set sail 
for the Sandwich Islands, intending to take in anotlier 
season on the whale grounds ; but. alas I we were destined 
for a terrible disaster. 

On the fifth day after leaving Auckland, at ten p. m. 
with tl;e wind i)lov.ing a gale we went on to the Chatham 
Island, distant from Xew Zealand 500 miles; here a scene 
occurred that beggar? description — a beautiful ship total- 
ly lost and all caused by Rum. the accursed stuff. All 
was confusion on board after the ship went ashore; the 
sea was very hea\'>" and the hea\w waves lifted the ship 
on its crest. As she settled down to the bottom the bould- 
ers crashed through her botton\ and she soon sunk. AVe 
used every effort to kee}) her from going to pieces before 
morning, so we cut away her spars and also cut away the 
weather lan\ards, and with the sails all went overboard, 
the weatlier side of the shipi bring out of water— the deck 
about four fuet. J^Vlion the spars went by the l>oard in 
falling we lost all of our small boats. The shore was 
only a few rods dist.-uit, but how were we to get on shore? 
"With a boisterous ^ea a-running and no lioats to gain the 
shore, our situation looked dark indeed. Daylight arrived 
at last and to our great horror we saw some three or four 
hundred Cannil)als waiting to receive us. Just imagine 
our situation, knowing that only eleven months ]u-evious 
they had massacred a French sh'])'s crew. What our 
fate was to be, reitiain.-d to be seen, ('hie of the crew pro- 
posed to swim to shore with a small line, bindimj; a large 
hawrer to <ai!ic. and making it f;i-t to a ti-"... ;u.d drawir.- 
it taut bv the windla~s, go on shore in thi- way. Hat 



Mack Gen-kalocv. 1029 

;i!a.s! the l)iave Edmund Thomas of Groton, Corm., was 
drowned in the attempt to save others. At last we took 
>Iiare spars some sixty foet long and lashed three^pijjes 
holding about four barrels apiece, one being lashed at 
oacli end and one in the middle. It made a formidable 
conveyance to get on shore. "We lauuclied the raft over 
the bows of the ship, having a long coil of rope on the 
raft, and taking a turn over the windlass we slacked our- 
selves to the shore. Half of the crew made tlie first tri]) 
to the shore in safety. The raft was hauled back to the 
ship and the remainder of the crew were safely lauded. 
Th.e ship's crew numbered thirty-two all told. Now for 
our reception with the natives. It so hapi)eued that vre 
had on board a laan whom we had shipped at Xew Zea- 
land, who was familiar with the native language, and 
through his efforts we were used very kindly and were 
induced to accompany them across the island and pro- 
vided with one of the Chief's huts as a home — a good 
and comfortable place. We saved nothing from the ship 
to subsist on, and in three days the ship was broken up 
and gone to pieces, and all that was saved were the light 
sails, of which we made some clothing. There were on 
this ishmd plenty of potatoes and vvild pigs. Fish were 
]ilenty. Oranges and other tropical fruits do not grow 
there. Although the climate is warm except in the rainy 
season, there is never any frost. There are five Chiefs 
on this island, all of wliich have not lieen civilized. These 
natives were formerly from Xew Zealand.. They cap- 
tured a ship and not knowing how to numage her were 
cast away on this island. Some sixty years ago they en- 
closed tlieir villages and called tliem Pars. They did r.ot 
like the white men to eat because they were too salt. 
They never n>ed salt while we wt-re there. They lunl a 
feast. ,They selected the oldest son out of a family, 
Iinund l^im to ;i tr.-o and fillo.l \u< bi)dy full of r.rnuvs. 
.\fter this cereuKuiy they ate liim u[j. The savages re- 
(>eat this every full moon. 



lono Mack CtKnkai.oc;v. 

After rt'inaining here f'T -rveral weeks we were res- 
cued by a small tradiuu^ schooner, ljchm,iring in New 'L-,-. 
land. 'Arriving- tliere we rejiortcd lo the An\encan Cn:. 
sul. As there was war hclv.een tiie natives and Engda:-.: 
we were sent to Sidney, Australia. Arriving there, u,- 
were in charge of tlie Consul at that ]ilaoe, and he did \v\ 
send us back to our native land as lie ouglit to have d'an'. 
but we were compelled to sliii» for ourselves. I for or.t 
shipped ou the bark Eleanor, belonging in Sydney (Cap- 
tain Jolmson's). AVe sailed from this port bound f-.r 
Lord Howe's Bay for a cargo of wild bulloclcs to be trans- 
ported to Tasmania via PLolart Town. On returning for 
another load of bullocks it so happened that a brig beloncr- 
ing to Holiart Town came iiUo the bay and while talkii:_- 
with the nuxte on shore he said that tiiey were sliort- 
handed and induced myself and chum to leave the ship 
and join the brig. Of course we had to run away fruMi 
the bark. Arrangements were made and the mate of \\\^: 
brig. Mr. Eolley by name, at 12 o'clock at night cani'' 
under the bovvs of the liarlc ;'.nd we were soon in the bunt 
and safely put on board the brig '■F''lying Dutchman."' 
Vls object in shii>ping on board this brig was to get t" 
Ilobart Town, as many of our whale >hips called at tlii- 
liort before sailing for the Northwest or v.-]iale ground-. 
In order to get home this was my only resource after ;:i • 
riving at Ilobart Town, and there were three Ameiic.i:' 
whale ships lying in port, and or:e of them, the L'ar.t":; 
of New Bedford, was short ten men. so I'sliipfted in \\\-- 
for the vo\age. We sailed for tlie Sandvricli Islai.'l-. 
arriving in llonohUu in about two months; thence to !:.■■ 
Whale Grounds, arriving at the commencement of I'.c 
season. We fillcl this ship tb.c iirst sea.M.n with 2.1'"' 
bai-rels of oil, stp.rtim: for iiome, stopping at the .^iiid- 
wh'h {--lands to recruit. The dist;ince from iiere ar.c.i!, '. 
C.tpe Horn i- a \-(>_\-au-c of six montli-' .-ail. AVe v.-eic :.■ 
homeward iiound. We had ;i ple;>.^am pa-<age t<' :' 
Horn. After doubling the Cape we v.ert' two monti:- :;.• ■ 



.Mack riiM-ALOGV. 1031 

Xcw I'oiJforLl,. I was g:cine from liome five years. After 
this I \reut on one voyac^o to South Aniericn; then for sev- 
ii-al years ef^uiinanded a coasting vessel, and after lei^ving 
the water settled in Middletield, Conn." 

6025. 

li'ovanna Elizahetli [Nfaek (.j79ri. 57-2.3. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Aug. 7, 1S2[K }2<>ex. Conn., ni. May 5. ISSC!. Thomas II. 

Coyle. b. , lS-29. Troy, X. Y. Kes., Meriden, Conn. 

There were four chiUIreu. 

tj.'I'JO. Thomas Owen, b. Mar. 23, 1853, Greenwich, X. 
v., d. there .luly 2?, 1S53. 

- G3'.')]. Ida .lane. b. .Juiu:- 2S, 1S54, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

- 6302. Henry Gilbert, b. Oct. 21, 1S56. Fair Haven, 
Conn. 

6303. Edward William, b. April 25, 1S5S, :vrilford, 
Mass., d. Oct. 11, ISSS, .Aleriden. Conn. 

C026. 

Frances Louisa Afack (5700. 5725. 570k 13. 1.) b. Feb. 
5, 1S3M. m. Sept. 7, 1S51, Alfred ^I. Bailey, b. .Tany. 13, 
]^22. Middleli.'Id, Conn., d. Mar. 7, 18^5. 

lie wa'= f.)r<.-;nan uf the "Wringer Mfg. Co. many years 
and rt-idr,l all his life in Middlelleld. Hi. widow re- 
^idi'd Middictnwn, (_'onn. There were six children. 

6304. Ilcervoir William, b. Aug. 20, 1853, d. April IS, 
b^6;', (.M-arlet f.'VL-r). 

- 6.305. .Ml.i.llr.ex Alfred, b. .Tany. 31. 1856,. 

h-.V.n]. S'AVuj l:nl>erts. b. :\[ay "l.3, 1^50, d. Mar. 27. 
1^63 (<,,-ar!rt i.-vri). 

- r,;;07. J. .ha Klmore. b. Alay 26, 1^62. 
^ t::VK- Atiiy Ann. h. April 24. 1S(;5. 

^ 63'00. Mary Fran.es, b. Anril Fi. l^t'.li. 



1032 Mack Genealogy.* 

6027. 

- Henry Gnrney ]Maek (5709. 5725. 5704. 1.3. 1.) b. Sept. 

23, 18.32, Now Ilavfu, Conn., m. Oct. ,-l'?5S, :^Iary 

Jane Ilurd. b. . 1S42, Essex, Conn. 

He for several years coiiunanded a coasting vessd. 
Res., Xew Haven, Conn. There was one son. 

6400. Nelson E., b. , 1S59, and resides Xov,- 

Loudon, Conn. 

6028. 

Laura Ann Mack (5790. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. July .3. 
1S34. Essex, in. Sept. 13, 1S53. William S. Mattbevs's. b. 
Aug. 23, 1S20. in Charlestowu, Mass. Res., Merideii. 
Conn. There were three children. 

6401. Fraij.'es, b. Xov. 10, lS."i4, d. May 9, 1S56. 

6402. Jennie Laura, b. Mar. 17, 185S.' 
+ 6403. Katie Ann, b. June 5, ISGi. 

6033. 

Elizabeth Brarnl)le (5800. 5725. 5704. 13. ].) b. April 22, 
1S37, d. Mar. 0. 1001, Essex, m. Feb. 3, 1S5G. Austin CuW' 

of Clinton, Conn., b. , d. . She ni. 2.:. 

Thcr(.- v-ci-L' three cIiiMren by first nuirria-e. 

- 6404. Mary Ann, h. July 2-"). 1^57. ' 

6405. Elizaljoth, b. ^lay S, ls50, Clinton. Conn., n. 
Ajiril 10, 1S07, ni. , Jacobs, b. . Xo chil- 
dren. 
+ 6406. Juli:i, b. Feb. IS, lSt;2, Clinton. Conn. 

6037. 

• ?hisan Alinena Tripn (o'^oi. 5725. 57il4. 13. 1.) b. June 
27, ]S3.;. K.-.^.-v. Conn., n.. :^lay ]. 1-54. Kichard H- 
Mather, b. Feb. 1, 1S32, Lyme. Conn., d. July 30, 1502. 



Mack Gknealogv. 1033 

uhilo oil lii> lioat at tlie luciuth of Uie Couu. River. He 
uas liiglily esteemed, was eiuployed in the Bit Shop, Cen- 
tcihniok, Coun. He was in Civil War till its close, enlist- 

inir. Aus:. , ISG'2, and wa.-, Corporal in Co. B., 24:th 

Conn. Begiment. There were five children. The widow 
r.'Mded tisse.x. Conn. 

(;407. Bertha E., h. May U, 1S5G, Chester, Coun. 

(;4(»S. Fanny, b. Oct. 17, ISoS, d. Dec. 20, 1S59. 

- lUOl). Charles H., b. Sept. 25, 1S61. 

- (;410. Minnie A., b. July 9, 1863. 

r (J411. William E., b. Sept. 2S, 1S6G. 

6042. 

Frederick Jerome Mack (5802. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b.' 
Sept. 19, 1S4S, Essex, Conn., m. Xov. 4, 1S(3S, Harriet 
l-Juora Sm.ith, b. Mar. 2, 1850 (dau. of Charles E. and 

Emeline ( ) Smith of Essex. Conn.), Lyme, Coun. 

He for many years (ir>) was one of the firm Mack and 
I'.iirrows. Bes., Essex. There were two children. 

6412. Florence Idella, b. July 16, 1872, d. Xov. 12, 
1S73. 

6413. George Goodsell. b. April 10. 1875. In 1895 he 
entered Art Students' League and since has become a 
memlier. 

6043. 

Eliza Anu Clark (5^ii3. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. }>rar. 31. 
b\34, ni. 1st, y\:\y 26, 1855, Edwin Hunt (son of Dr. Orrin 
Hunt of Bolton. Cor.u.) b. Feb. 3. 1832, d. Xov. 2-;. 1^71. 

She m. 2d, April 23, 1900. David K. Bland, b. . l'^32, 

a merchaut. Bes., Fiskdale. ^^ass. Thfre were by first 
marriage sfneu children. 

- 6414.^' Ad.laide E., b. A]<v\\ 29, 1-57, or 6. 
^ 6415. Waiter H..b. [\-h. 15. 1:^5^. 

^ 6416. Edwin Cone, b. Mar. o(\ 1860. 



1031 Mack GrNEAi.OGV. 

+ G417. ^ViHie. h. .Afay 11, 18(12. 

+ G41S. Mary L., b. Sopt. 29, 1SG4. 

6419. AVashington Iivino;. b. July 15, 1SG7, cL Aul:. l'. 
1S6S. ' ". . ^ 

6420. Aillmr, b. Dec. 29, 1S71. 

604G. 

J. Frank Clark (r.^^OS. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. ^lay 11. l^.'J. 
m. Sept. 29, 1S79, Isabelle Scofield of Pougbkeepsie. X. Y.. 
b. Oct. 17, 1S51. Kes., Xorwicb, Conn. There was one 
child. 

6421. ^label S., b. Oct. 7, ISSl. 

604S. 



Sarah Elizabeth .Mack (5804. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) (Soo ] 

Xo. 601S), b. May 24, 1S41, m. 1st, July 2, ISGl, Ilora.;.- j 

Harger, h. ^lay 30, 1S39, d. . She m. 2d. Feb. -y'. \ 

1S94, Henry Abbott Kirtland, h. Alay 30, l.?40. (See Xo. j 

G057.) Kes., Pittsburg, Kansas. There were five cl;;l- J 

dreu by first marriage. I 

G422. Mattie Delia, i). ^fay 2i'., 1SG2, d. Xov. 11, 1?GG. ] 

+ C)423. Dora Irene, b. (Jot. 23. 1SG5. j 

G424. , Sadie Elizabeth, b. Dec. 11, ISGS, d. May 15. { 
1SG9. 

- G425. William Mack, b. Jany. 31. 1S70. 
-h 642G. Annettie May, b. Feb. 15, 1S7S. 

G049. 

George Edwin Mack (5S01. 5725. 57ii4. 13. 1.) 1>. M.-.y 
•2S, 1S43, m. Au-. 21), ].S73. Mary E. Chapman, b. Xov. ]". 
1S53. (See Xo. GOl'J.) Res.," ^tacksville. Kansas. 

*He oidi-tcd in the ^^th X. V. Cavalry. ("),•!. 2G. 1-r.]. -v; - 
witii tile Po-. in all il- balll-s from Aiitietam to Pet-:- j 
burg, was wounded tliere and s>Mit to P>avids Island, X'. V.. \ 

J 
\ 



Mack Ge.nkaloc.v. 1035 

•n Ilo-pital till Nov. ]G, lSo4, serving: over tla-ec years, 
w.-L- at Antietam, t'rederickslnu-g, Cliance-'.orvillo, Gettys- 
1,111-. WiMernec-s, Cold Ilarl'Or, Petersburg, besides, 
I'liiinr Cavalry battles by the dozen. Has beeu Postmas'- 
trr. There were four children. 

(■A-27. Carrie G., b. July 26, 1S76. 

(;4-2S. Anne L., b. July 30, ISSO. 

(M-j;). K. Lewis, b. Oct. 9, ISSi. 

(;4;;n. Christabel. b. Sei.t. 17, ISOO. 

6051. 

PJenjainin Lewellyn Mack (.5S05. 5725. 570-1-. 13. 1.) b. 
.V.>v. -J.x 1S:;7. d. Xov. 10, 1S07, m. Mar. 30. 1SG2, Marilla 

J. Ilurd. b. . Res., Essex, Conn. There were sis 

children, all l^orn in Essex. 

- ti431. Enuua L., b. June 1«. ISGG. 
(1432. Jennie, b. June 2, ISl'.S. 

V (;433. Isabella L.. b. ^fay IS, 1S70. 

- (;434. Lewellyn E., b. Aujr. 30, 1S72. 
G435. Eranklin. b. June IS. 1S75. 
(i43G. Clarence, b. Sept. 17, 1SS2. 

6052. 

Emma Eliza :^Lnr-k (nSOo. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Ai)ril 11, 
l'^3!\ m. 1st. Jany. IG. l^fJi", Jo-oiih W. Sinnnons (son of 
Judah Simmons of Chatham. Ma>s.), b. Jany. 2, lS3i), 
Chatham, d. 1 ).-.'. S. 1?(;3, while iu-me on a furlon-h. He 
enlisted Xov. G. 1*^01, in Co. A. 12tli Keg.. Conn. \'ol.. for 
three years. There was (_>ne child by tirst marriage. 

G437. ^[onica Post, b. ^[ar. 1, ISGl. is a teadier. Res., 
Es<ex, Conn. 

Emma VA'iza .Ma.'k m. 2d. April 15, 1^70, George E. 

lUwI.nell. ir. .1any. 4. l<3n, Centerbr.ink. Conn. ITc was 

,aNo in Civil War. enli^tin- -•).■{. 24, l^'d, for tlu'.-' y'ar> 

' i„ Co. K, Reg. C'.nm. Vol.. and disbaiided !).•.•. 21, 



1036 Macr Genealogy. 3 

at City Point; re-en listt-il in same Co. Jany. 28, lSo'2, t'.j; 1 

tlireo'yeard or until tiio close of tlie war. }Ie d. Oct. 21. 1 

ISSG. There were four cLildreu by second -ni.TrriaLTf. t 

6438. Sereno. 1». :\[ar. 10, 1S72, Essex, Conn., d. Ju!;. j 

20, 1S72. ^; 

G439. George, b. July 20, 1S73, Essex, Conn., d. Xov. j 

20, 1873. I 

+ G-140. Edward, b. ^lar. 21, 1S75, Hartford, Conn. j 

6441. Ernest, b. June 15, 1S77, Essex, Conn. § 

6054. j 

Amasa Xewton Mack (5S0o. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Feb. ■ l 

19, 1S49, d. Xov. 15, JinXi. m. June IS, 1S73, Bertha A. 5 

Munson, b. Sei>t. 13, 1851, Hamilton. X. Y. He is pat- \ 

tern maker in a gun shoji. lies., Meriden, Conn. Tht-re J 

was one child. I 

+ 64-±-J, lierth:t A., I>. Sept. 24, ISTo, Meriden, C'ouu. ( 



' 6055. 

Amelia Jane Mack (5S05. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. .3. 
1854, d. Jany. 15, ISOS. ,u. X.n-. 2ii, 1878, AVilliam l'e;n:.- 
of Meridcn, Conn, lies., Stamford, Conn. There w.i- 
one child. 

(J413. Elma, b. 'Slav. 15, 1^82, Seymour, Conn. 

6057. 

Henry Abbott Kirtland (5^0;]. ,5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. AFr.y 
30, 1840. E<sex. Conn., m. 1st. ^[ay 17, lSo5, Sarah li. 
Totten of Suunfurd, Conn., b. Jany. 7, 1841, d. Xov. 21. 
18-4 (date givrn at one tinu-), ur N'uv. 22. 18-i-> (dati- -ivc:; 
at am.tlier time), at San Luis. Colo. He m. 2d. Feb. 2'1. 
1*14. ^Irs. S:ir;i!i Eli-ib,rh i Af;:-!;) llar-.-i- ( S^c X... .■• !- 
and r.:u<), ],. ^lay 24, 1^11. Tiiere ucre by tir^t man i:..--.' 
two<-hi!dren. 



Mack Genealogv, 



1031 



. G444. Anna E., b. Alio;. ^G. 1866, \Vestl)rook, Conn. 
(;44j. AViliiam IL. h. -Mar. 15, 1SG9. Stamford, Conn, 
II. A. Kirtlaiul wa.-; in Civil War, enlisting Sept. — , — -, 
l--i;i. in 7tii Conn. Vol. Tut". The Reg. took transports 
ridiii Annai'olis. Md., to Fortress Monroe, from there to 
I'oit Koyal. •uiiich was captured Oct. 7, 1861, was en- 
iraLTcd in capture of Fort Pulaski. Georgia; he led a pair 
n!" nuiles through the breach of the walls of the I'ort. 
From there the Reg. was sent to James Island sometime 
in .June, 1S62 ; from there to Feimandina, Florida; then 
.lacksnnville and St. Augustine. Ho was first wounded 
at Ulustee, l"Ia., and the last at battle of Drewry's Bluff, 
\'a.. May 17, l-iU. from the effects of whir-h he will .-,uffer 
as long as he lives. 

In the Fall of 1S77 (having previously resided ut ]Meri- 
don, also Stamford, Conn.,) he went to Colorado, in 1S7S 
I'l'.-ating at Puel'lo, engaging in the hay and grain busi- 
ness, and May 17. ISSS. he lost all he owned by fire. He 
oljtained capital to carry on his business and sold out in 
the Fall of>lSSS, and went to the San Luis Valley, Colo. 
He bought a steam savr mill, went into the mountains on 
the Continental Divide, and commenced business again. 
After tiie death of his wife he went to Maeksville, Kan- 
sas; this said to lie his permanent home, his last address, 
h(jwovei-. beirig Pittsburg, Kansas. 

60.5S. 



Harriet Elizabeth Kirtland (.jS06. .57l'5. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
N'ov. 26. 1^4.", Westbruok. Conn., m. Xov. 2'.'. ISb.'j, George 
H. Spohr. b. Sept. 8. 18.3!\ New York. d. April 16.- 1^!)7. 
Xew Haven. Cmm. He was for nianv years forenum in 
lIo(iker"s Carriage Sliii[). He vras in Civil Win: en!;-t- 

ing Sept.- . 1861. in Co. G. 7th Reo-., Conn. Vol.. and 

di-eliai^rid at Xe\\- llaveu. S,-t.t. 6. 1^64. >erviii- tiiir. 
\cars. He \\a,> v.uundcd in riiciit arm at Port lu>val. .'-^. 



103S Mack Genealogy. 

C. His widow les. Xew Haven, Conn. Tliere was oa^ 

child. ■ 

+ 6446. Hattie ^lay, b. Aug. IP, ISGS. 

6059. 

Mary Lucinda Kirtland (oSOl). ST'Jo. 5704. 13. 1.) li. May 
17, 1S4S, Essex, Conn., m. Mi\y 7. ]S73, JoLn Alplieu- 
Stannard of Westbrook Conn., b. April 2S, 1S49. Ther- 
were two children. Res.. Ivorytou. Conn. 
- 6447. Sarali Kirtland, b. Feb. 2, 1S75, Xew Haven. 
Conn. 

644S. Eva, b. April 11, 1878, ^[eriden. Conn., d. An- 
2, 1S78. 



SEVENTH GEXERATIOX. 

6076. 

Mary Electa Jewett (5840. 5754. 571S. 5702. ]3. 1.) b. 

Jany. , 1837, m. 1st, . Kev. Cliarles AVo.-'.ry 

Blake, b. , d. Mar. 17. 1893, and 2d. Jany. 1. 19ri2. 

Jason S. AVright, h. . 

6077. 

Xatlian Rodney Jewett (.''^4P. 5754. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.' 
I). June 211, ]S'>'.\ lu. July ]. l^'in. Ambrosia Salora-- Viw. 
Hijust-n, b. Aug. 8, 1838. There were six children. K-'.-.. 
Tillany, Fa. 

6449. Minnie Viola. I). April 25, 1801. d. April 2'1 
1862. 

^ 6450. :\rary Gertrude, b. Feb. 12. 1S63. 
. 6451. Bailey Rudney, b. Dvc. 2S. 18,j4. 
* n:>-2. HcTi. Lynn. b. May 25. l^.S. 
- f;n5:;. A-u>-< Fliz.i. b. .i';'y 21'. l-7n. 

6454. Audrev Silonie. b. Mar. 27. l'=:84. 



Mack Gexealogy. 1039 

6078. 

Jane Ursula JewcU (5S4n. 5754. 571S. 5702. 1.3. l.)^b. 

, m. Jany. 21. IStU. IIou. Benson "Wood, b. ^lar. 31, 

1^;J'J, Brid-ewater, Pa. Kes.. Kffingliam, III. (See Xo. 
.'.^54.) Xo cLiklren. 

6079. 

Harriet Elizabeth Jev/ett (5S40. 5754. 571S. 5702. 13. IJ 
b. Sept. 23, 1S42, d. April 10, 1000. m. Xov. 21, ISGG, Jona- 

tl.an F. Gardner, b. Oct. 10, 1?3G. Kes., . There 

were four children. 

C455. Annie, b. Aug. 25, l'^07, d. , 1S75. 

G45G. Benson, b. , 1S70, d. , 1875. 

G457. William Jewett, b. . 1877. 

G45S. Jonathan F.. b. , ISSO. 



6080. 



Gertrude Eliza Jewett (5840. 5754. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) 
1'. July 20, 1844, m. Dee. 20, 186G. II. Webster Bardwell, 

b. . Kes., Tunkhannoek, Pa. There vrere two 

children. 

- G459. Jennie ^laria, b. Se])t. 24, 1867. 

- G4(iO. Kodnev Jewett. b. An- 17, 1870. 



6081. 

Lavinia Adaline Jewett (5>^40. 5754. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 
b. Oct. 24. 1>^4G, in. Jany. 13, 1800, Willi;un II. Stark, b. 
. Kes.. ^ilontrose. Pa. Tliere were three children. 

64G1. Kodney Jewett. b. Jr.ly 24. 1.^70. 

64G2. Daniel Gardner, b. M-ay 5, 1^73, ni. Feb. 8. 1808, 
Knth Ann^Foir'^t. 1). Jiin.^ 8. I-:.-]. 

G4G3. VrAvy. h. Sept. 2'.», 1877. 



1040 Mack Genealogv. 

G0S.3. 

Ellen ElizaLeth Mack (5S41. 5754. 571S. 5702. 1.3. 1.) b. 
Sept. 6, 1S.>5, m. Jany. 1, ISGS, Eugeue Speiice!- Sterliui:, 
b. Dec. 6, 1S37, Gaines, X. Y. Kes., Albion, X. Y. (See 
No. 5955.) There ^vere two children. 
+ 64G4. Bessie Mary, !.. June "22, 1S69. 

64G5. Albert ^^fack, b. Xov. .3. 1S74, m. Dec. 22, 1S9>. 
Lillian Woodburn Burbank, b. Oct. 3, 1S7G. (See Xo. 
631S.) Kes.. Syracuse, X. Y. 

G0S4. 

La\-inia Jewett :\rack (5S41. 5754. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 
(See Xo.'5956.). b. May 30, 1S40, m. Oct. 31, 1S66, Stephen 
D. Skinner, b. Xov. 4, 1S41. P.es., Carlton Station, X. 
Y. There were tv/o childien. 
+ G4GG. Alfred Jarvis, b. Xov. IG, 1S73. 

G4C7. Charles De Laud, b. Dec. 27. 1875, m. X'ov. 1. 
1S99, Bertha Louisa Barrett, b. Sept. 25, 1S77. (See Xo. 
C320.) Ees., Carlton Station, X. Y. 

60S7. 

Elizabeth E. .Tewett (5S43. 57.54. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) I. 

Oct. 31. ]>^49. rn. Sept. , 1S7S. Leslie Band-v.;. 

Browning, b. May 11, 1845. Bes., . There was one 

child. 

G4G8. Elizabeth, b. , ISSl. 

6094. 

Fumiy .1. Guernsey (5849. 5755. 571*^. 5702. 13. 1.) b. 
Xov. 8, 1SG4. Plattevilh., Wis.. ,n. June 5. l--''.l. Bev. B.u- 
ben^ Bancroft AVhipple (son of Judge Frederick Curtis 
Wliipplc ri Mi. ■!!.). b. Am-. 3!. ]<:•:<. IK i- ;ni EpN-.; ... 
clcrgynuin. Kes., Steiuicy l)<'p(>t. Conn. Tiiore v,-._ro 
three children. 



Mack Genealogy. 1041 

64G9. Keuhen Bancroft, b. April 4, ISOO. 

6470. Ernest Guornsey, b. 3Iar. 1, IS93. 

6471. Catherine Claude, b. Aug. 31, 1S99. ' , ' - 

6097. 

Arthur L. Nichols (5S57. 5756. 571S. 5702. 1.3. 1.) b. 
Janv. 20, 1S65, Leavejnvorth, Kansas, m. Sept. 16, 1S91, 
Lucy Orrick Clougb, b. Dec. 9. ISf.S, Leavenworth, Kan- 
sas. Kes., Tojieka, Kansas. Tiiere was one child. 

6472. Arthur Clough. b. Mar. 24, 1S95, Leavenworth, 
Kansas. 

609S. 

Ernest Fox Nichols (5«57. 5756. 571S. 5702. 1.3. 1.) b. 
June 1, 1SG9, Leavenworth, Kansas, m. June 16, 1S94, 
Katharine Williams We^t, b. April 4, 1S64, Hamilton, N. 
Y. There was one cliild. 

6473. Esther Katharine, b. May 5, 1S95, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 

Has been Professor of Physics. Dartmouth College, 
Hanover, N. IL 

Hanover. N. H.. 2\[arch 6, 19' 13. — Professor Ernest Fo.\ 
Nichols has resigned the AVild-r Prot•e^sor^hip of Phy- 
sics in Dartmouth College to go to Columl/ia Uiii\ersity. 
Professor Nichols ranks as one of I'lartmouth's ablest 
professors. He is a member of the Physical Society of 
America, of the Astronomical and Astruphysical Society 
of America, and is assistant editor of tlie " Astrophysical 
Journal." He will assum«' his new duties at Columbia at 
the beginning of the next academic year. It is under- 
stood that lie will liave cninpleto charge of the Pliornix re- 
search h-f^Ktratory, for whii-h lar^e endowment-^ have re- 
centlv beer, rc^'eivcd. 



1042 Mack Genealogy. 

6099. 

Edward B. Fox (5"53S. 575G. 571^. 5702. 13. 1.) b.^ April 
2, 1SG3, Highland, Kansas, m. Nov. 16, 1S9-2, Leila C. 
Darby, b. Nov. 3, ^1SG9. AVasliington, Kansas. Res., 
Wa.'^hington. Kansas. There were three children, all 
born Washington, Kansas. 

6474. Dana D., b. ^liu: 25, 1S94. 

6475. Agnes, b. Sept. 11, 1S97. 

6476. Richard E., b. Oct. 11, 1S9S. 

6108. 

Florence Fox (5SG1. 575G. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) h. Mar. 0, 

ISSO. m. Oct. 11, 1S'J7, George Berti'and Hanp, b.' . 

There was one child. 

6477. Esther, b. Sept. IG, 1S9S. 

6116. 

Fanuie E. Birge (5SC4. 5757. 571^. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Nov. 
2S, 1S39, Waterford. :\riph., in. }.Iay 14, l':^57, William AV. 
Coffron. b. ()ct. ]i\ lS2ii. juovincc I'f Xew Brunswick. 
Reside Xorthbraui'h, MuAi. There were ten children. 

- 647.^. Willard Henry, b. Mar. 5, l^Gl, Brockway. 
:ylicb. 

- ()47',>. Alvan Bafon, b. .Tune IS, 1SG3, Brockway. Mi<'li. 
r>4S0. George R.ibcrt. h. .lune 29. 1SG5. North Brand;. 

Atich., m. .Tany. 4, 1900 at Grand Rapids. Allch.. Alary 

Man-fiild, b. . He is an ciigiuoer. 

~ 64S1. Daniel Leander, b. .June 5. 1SG7, Xorth Branch. 
Mich. 

- 64^2. Eva Dru^illa. b. .Tune 17, 1SG9, Xorth Branch. 
AEinii. 

- tU-;]. .Tuhn Birge, b. April 19, 1S72, Xortli Brandi. 
Mich. 



Mack Genealogy. 1043 

, iW^-i. Fannie Elniira, b. Ai-ril 17, I'^To, North Branch, 

(A<D. ^faggie Gertnide, b. Oct. 27, 1877, Xorth 
I'.mncli, r^Iich. 

(USG. Opal Minerva, b. Jany. 30, ISSl, North Branch, 
.Mich. 1^ a music teacher. 

64S7. Iva Maud, b. Oct. 14, 1S86, North Branch, Mich. 



6118. 



John W. Birge (5SG4. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. April 
30, 18-15, m. Nov. 28, 1877, Eliza T. Van Campon, b. 
— — — . Res., Drayton Plains, ^lich. There were four 
children. 

G488. Henry VT., h. Sept. 4, 1878. 

fi489. Birdie, b. Jany. 14, 1885, d. Feb. IS, 1885. 

6490. Guy A., b. Mar. 16, 1888. 

6491. Grace G., h. Dec. 3, 1890. 

6119. 

George S. Birge (5^04. 5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) b. :^[ar. 
15, 1847, ni. Nov. 25. 1S('.^, Anna ^f. Case, b. Dec. 1(3, 1847. 
Pies., Aliceville, Kansas. There were five children. 

W92. Maud L.. b. Feb. 7. 1^71, d. Doc. 28, 18^2. 

6493. Charles Henry, b. Nov. 18, 1877. 

6494. Ernest ClitYiud, b. Aug. H\ 1879. 

6495. Daughter, b. Jany. 25, 1-83, d. Jany. 27, 1883. 

6496. Clyde Case, b. ^lar. 27, 1884. None of the 
children are nuirrietl and all reside with their parents. 

6120. 

EmuiiT .rane Birge (called Jennie E.) (n^lU. 5757. 571'^. 
5702. ];:. ].) 1'. Ma--. 17. ]<l[\ ^\'aU:ii"-rd. Mi. h.. in. April 
27, l^hO. .lohn Su-ifr. b. .Mar. 13, 1844, Wayne Co.. .Mich, 
(son of George W. anl Sara.h .\. Swifi, gr. son of Kev. 



1044 Mack Geneaiocy. 

Marcus Suift. gt. gr. son of Gen. Jolm Swift, who en!i:t>-I 
under Gen. Washington when fifteen years old, servin-.: 
tlirougli Revolutionary War, was made a Brigr Gen. iu 
1812 and in 18U was icilled at Fort George (near Niagara 
Falls), fie made the first settlement in X. Y. west of 
Canandaigua in 1700 at Palmyra. X. Y. His ancestors 
came to Mass., 1630-1, and joined the Plymouth Colony.) 

John Swift, '^\. S., a graduate of Mich. Agricultural 
College in lSt3S (the first Agricultural College in V. S.), 
is a landscape and practical surveyor, notary pmblic, etc.. 
Harbor Springs. ^lieh. His grandfather, ^larcus Swift. 
moved to Detroit, Mich., in Oct., 1S25, twelve years before 
^Michigan was a state. There were six children. 

6497. George Henry, b. Aj-ril IS. 1S71, AVaterford, 
Mich., rn. Sept. 12. l^'Jl, Winnie Lonore Coleman, b. Deo. 
4, 1S71. Xo children. He is a cabinet maker and turner. 
Harbor Springs, ]Mich., wht-re they reside. 

G49?. Herbert Ivan, b. June 24, 1S73, near Wayne 
Village, I\[ich., a graduate of Chicago Art Institute, now 
in art and literary vrork in Xew York City, connected with 
Xickell ^Magazine. He served six months iu 1st 111. Cav- 
alry dui'ing Sjiauish War. 
+ 6499. All.iert Thome, b. Xov. 1.1, 1S74. 

6500. Birge C, b. Aug. 24, 1S77, in Lansing City. 
'Mn-h. He will soon graduate from Detroit IMedi.a! Col- 
lege as yi. D. 

6501. Sarah :May (called "Dorothy May") b. An-. 
1, IS'^l. Xow attending M. A. C. and living with her 
brother, Albert Thorne, Lansing, Mich. 

6502. Marcus, b. :\Iay 17, l•^^^4, Harbor Springs, Mich. 



6121. 



^Minnie M. Birge (5'^n4. 5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) 1'. 
April 4. 1^51. m. Sept. ::, 1^'N, Wi'li.im P. Drev,-;:r', 1. 
April 2i;, 1S4'). Keside Commerce, Mich. There were 
two cliildren. 



Mack Genealogy. 1045 

GoOS. MabloAnnette. b. June 1, 1S71, ni. Dcr. 31, 1S93, 
.1. Cliarlcs Fl\-nn, an attoruoy and K. E. dealer, b. July 14. 
l^i;,-), Blumfield, ^lirb. 

G.jin. ^^linnie Gertrude, b. Get. ?A, L^73, m. Feb. 21, 
IS'Jl. Ed. S. AVelch, b. Feb. 1, 1S6S, Waterford. ^[icli. 
He is a merchant. Kes., Couunerco, }^[ieb. The other 
daughter resides at St. Johns, ^Mich. 



6122. 



^Cliarles Cliamberlain (o'^rid. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 
b. June 10, 1S41, d. Dee. 26, 1SS^, m. Dec. 17, 1S67, Jessie 
Kate Fosdick, b. Seyit. 4, 1840. There were three chil- 
dren. 

- 6505. William Fosdick, b. Feb. 20, 1S70, Randolph, 
X. Y. 

0506. Anna Thorne, b. Sept. 14, 1S7S, Dayton, Ohio, 
d. there Jany. 7, 1S79. 

6507. Susan Electa, b. Mar. 27, ISSO, Dayton, Ohio. 
lies., Da\i;on, Ohio. 



6123. 



Heniy E. Chamberlain (5SGG. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 
b. AiM-il 12. 1?43. Heart T.al:e. Pn.. m. D^-c. l*^, l'-72, Car- 
rie Elizabeth Jones, b. July 20, 1^49, Tunkbannock, Pa., 
d. ^lay 31, ISSO, .Mansfield, 0. Kes., Gridley, Kansas. 
There were two children. 

6508. "William Benson, b. Oct. 9, 1S73. 

6509. Florence Gertrude, b. June 4. 1S77. Both these 
are teachers in graded schools in Kansas. 



61: 



Min.Tva J;i!;.> Bir-o (5-67. 5757. 571-. 57(>2. 13. 1.^ b. 
Aug. 3'), ]847->. m. l>t. Any. 2ii, l-'t'-6. Paliiicr Graves, b. 
, d. , m. 2d, Dec. 8. 1<67, A.h.I['hu.> G. Patter, 



1046 Mack. Gf.nealocv. 

b. Mar. 23. 1S29. Kes., CliL-tek. ^\■is., and novr Si)rir.c: 
Brook, Wis. Tliore were nine cliildrt-n by second mar- 
riage. 

(2d Marriage.) 
-^ G.JIO. Otis Orson, b. Oct. 3. 1SG9. 

6311. Biancia, b. June 4, 1S71, d. Oct. 3, 1S72. 

6512. Worden, b. July or Aug. 2S, 1S74. 
^ 6513. ^[ary Myrtle, b. July 17, 1877. 

6514. Royal, b. Sept. 2?, 1S79. 

6515. Alma Irena, b. July 19, 1SS2. 

6516. Merle, b. Feb. 2, 1SS6, d. Aug. 20, 1SS7. 

6517. .Amy Mable, b. Jany. 20, ISSS. 
651S. Allen Francis, b. April 15, 1S92. 

612S. 

"Vinnie" Jevrett Birge (5?G7. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 
b. Sept. 23, 1^V.\ m. Oct. 9, 1S67, Henry Otis Brainau, 
b. Sept. 2?, 1S36. Bes., ^.linueapoli.^, ^linn. There v\-ere 
five eliildreu. 
+ 6519. EInior Bui'trun, b. Jany. 2, 1S71. 

6520. ilyrtle Belle, b. Jany. 20, 1S73. 
-f- 6521. Emma Lauretta, b. June 7. 1S75. 

6522. Gertrude M., b. July 24, 1S77. 

6523. Orson Almond, I). Dec. 7, ISSl. 

6129. 

George Henry Birire (5S(;7. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) h. 
Aug. 23, 1S51. m. July 4, 1^>^3, Frances 0. Fowler, 1). Au-. 
6, 1845, d. April 3. 1S95, m. 2d, Feb. 12, 19(11. Emma Em- 
ery, b. Feb. 23, 1S52. There were four children by first 
marriage. Pves., Glenflora, AVis. 

C>:j^-i. Xurman E.. b. Feb. 5, ISSG, d. June 23, 1.-S9. 
•6.525. Elsie M., b. .Alay 2n. 1.^^-. 

652o. E'vie it., b. (hi. 29, 1-90. 

6527. Mary J., b. Mar. 22, 1S95. 



Mack GzsE\Lnc,\. 1047 

6130. 

Kllen P. Birge (5^67. 57o7. 571 S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 
{]. 1S53, m. 1st, April 2.j, ISG'J, CJiarles II. Jone*, 1j. 

, d. An?. . 1S70. She m. -Jcl Nov. 24, 1J574, 

Mo.-es F. Woodard, b. Feb. 22, 184S. Kes., Xeillsville, 
Wis. Tliere were eight children by second marriage. 

('.328. George Alton, b. Se])t. 14, 1S75. 

6o2\). William Bird or Birge, b. Oct. 6, 1S77, d. Sept. 
22, 1S97. 

(>.-)30. Maiy Lenora, b. Feb. 22. 1S79. 

i;.j.31. John L'aymond, b. Feb. 13, ISSl. 

G532. James Bernard, b. Sept. 17, 1SS2, d. Oct. 27, 
ISS2. 

0533. Eluretta Agatha, b. Oct. 4, 1SS7. 

6534. Joseph, b. July 24, 1S90, d. Feb. 24, 189S. 

G535. Stephen, b. July 2S, 1S04. 

6131. 

Chcrrilla Matilda Birge (5?G7. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 
b. May 14, 1S56, m. Mar. 2G. 1S74, Judson Xobles, b. Nov. 
12, 1S43. Res., Glenflora, Wis. There -vrere two chil- 
dren. 
^ G53G. John W., b. June 11, 1S77. 

G537. Evauder W., b. April S, 1 SSO. 



6135 



Esther Lenora Birge (5SG7. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. 
Feb. 3, 13G1. m. Dec. 25. 1878. Charles A. B.raman. b. 

, a brother of Henry Otis Bramau. whi-i in. Lenora 

K.'s sister. Res.. Ilumbird, AVi^. There were six chil- 
dren. * 
^ 6.";;=^. TVira L.. b. .\pril 25, ]-^i\ 

G530. (Madys L.. b. Sept. 7, 1S>3. 

C540. Ida E., b. Feb. 24, 1SS5, d. Janv. G, 18S9. 



104S Mack Genealogv. 

6541. Carl A., b. July 14. 1SS7. 

6542." Alfred L., b. Feb. 2, 1SS9, d. :^[ay 11, 18S9. 

G54.3. Burton A., b. Nov. 5, 1S90. 

6134. 

Olive Orilla P.irge (5^67. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. Ma-. 
14. 1S(34, m. .Taiiy. 27, 1S=5. Ellis Nelson Fowler, b. Jany 
20, 1SG4. There was one child. 

6514. Isla Belle, b. Felj. 14. 1SS6. 

Res., Omaha. Xeb. 

6136. 

Gilbert Ogden Hoffman (5^GS. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) 

b. May 24, 1S43, m. , Sarah Atkins, b. , 

Resided Fort Seott, Kansas. There -^s-ere three children, 

6545. Gilbert 0., b. , d. . 

6546. AVilliam. b. . 

6547. Mvrtle, b. . 



6137. 



Ileniy Theodore IIotTTnau ('5?G3. 5i5(. 571S. 5(02. K'. 
1.) b. May 14, 1^46, ri. .hi!y 2. ISGC, .lane K!Iz:i'rMt'-. 
Cairns b. .Mar. 23. 1S50. Res.. Foxlake. Wis. "There 
were ten riiildren. 

- 651^. FJiz.abeth Lorina. ]>. Sept. 13, ISoS. 
+ 654'.). Esther Agatha, b. Auc;. 14, ]S7(). 

65511. James B.eniard, b. July 20, 1^72. . 

- 6551. Gertrude Rose, b. June 10, 1S74. 
6552. Etiiel Myrtle, b. An-. 5. 1S7G. 

- r,553. Eeeta Adderene. h. Feb. 2^. 1S78. 
'X5.')4. Ralp'ii L-\-iii, 1). :\ray 2. 1S70. 

'•-'•'• lb My T: ,i,„-,,, i,. May j;^. i^.]. 

655m. l-'r;;ih-..> .leiivtte. l.i. .Sept. 25, 1^>3. 
(^557. .Inliu Mrd;iner. b. Sept. 12. 1^^5. 



Mack. G'-nf.ai.ogv. 1019 

6138. 

I,!a A^^atlia Iloffnuui {o<i]S. 57.37. 571S. 5702. 1.-^. 1.) t 
< let. 2"-!, 1S57. m. Xov. 27, 1S73, John Thoinas LawUai. b. 
Mar. I'l 1S42. Kes.. Xo. Freedom. A\'is. There were 
two cliihlreii. 

(;.')5S. ?:rne>t .Tolin. b. Aug. 27. 1S74. 

(;55D. -Mable Ida. b. Aug. 10, 1S7(;. ' 

6143. 

Fred J. ^lacey (5S71. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. .June 

V. 1SC.2, Dra\tou Plains, Mkh., m. , Lena Ernst, b. 

. Res., Landore. Idaho. There v.-as one child. 

()5G0. Daughter, b. , d. in infancy. 

6146. 

Cora C. Macey (5?71. 5757. 571S. 57''2.13. 1.) b. Jany. 
'^, 1S6S, Convis, Mich., m. X'ov. 30, 1S02, Furber Feona 
Fisk, b. ;May 5. 185S. Res., Columbia, Miss. There was 
one child. 

6561. Harold Macey, b. June 24, ISf'i. 

6154. 

James E. Peck (5S7b. 5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. S. 

1^47, Pl.olr.s. X. Y., m. Sept. . 1SG7, Frank E. 

Keeler, 1>. Aug. 23. lS4.^,Mentz. X. Y. (dau. Celdcn 0. and 
S. Maria Koeler). There were two children. 
- G562. Louis K., h. Sept. 3, ISC'J. 

65G3. Xellie Blanche, b. Oct. S, 1S75, Poii Byron, X. 
Y.. d. Julv 24, 189S, m. Feb. 24, 1S97, AVilliam Baker, b. 



" 6155. 

Gaylord E. Peck (5-70. 5759. 5719. 570 1. 1.3. 1.) b. July 
25, 1S49, Phelps. X. Y.. m. Xov. S, 1^71, Alire Jacobs, b. 



1050 Mack GenealO(;v. 

Aug. n, 1S51, Kalamazoo, }.[icli. Res., Cripple Creek. 

Colo. There were four ehildren. 

+ 65G4. Louise, h. Sept. 12, ]S72. 

+ 6oG5. Frederick Eugene, b. Sept. -20, 1S75. 

656(3. Annie Crnndall. b. .Tune Ij, 1S70, Port Byron, X. 
Y., ni. .Alay 27, 1900, James AV. Siireve, b. . 

6567. AVilliam Herbert, b. Aug. 22, 1831, Lawren^o. 
Mich. 



G156. ^ 

Clarence E. Peck (5S76. 5750. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 8. ] 

1851, Port Byron, N. Y., m. Sept. 9, 1S76, ^Vnnie E. Cran- | 

dall, b. July 2. 1657, Troy, X. Y. Res., Grand Rapid>. | 

Mich. There was one child. i 

65GS. Wiiinifred, b. Mav 20, ISSl, Grass Lake, Mich. } 

6157. I 
"] 

Clara Isabclle Peck (5576. 5750. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oct. 1 

12, 1S54, Poi-t Byrou, X. Y., m. Sej.t. 27. 1S7G. Henry E. | 

Traphagen, b. Sept. 10, 1S51, Junius, X. Y. There were | 

two children. * 

65G0. Chai'les Edgar, b. Feb. 10, 1S7S. Port Byron. X. \ 

Y., in. Feb. 20, lOiiO, Belle Davis, b. , Grand Rapid-. \ 

Mich. Xo chihlrcn. Vu-^., Grand Rapids. Alicli. \ 

6570. William, b. Alay 19. 1S5G, Groton, So. Dakota. j 

Res., So. Grand Raj-ids, Mich. | 



615S. 

Lewis T. Peck (5S7G. 5750. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) b. July 2:! 
1S57, Port Byron. X. Y., m. Feb. 17. lS7s, Stella A. Yatc- 
b. July 11, 1S57. Port Byi-on. X. Y. There were thr.' 
chndren. Res.. So. Grand Rapid,-, Alich. 

(;571. Clarenoe i'hi.-eue, h. Aug. 10, 1S70, Port By;-,v 
N. Y., d. Sept. S, ISSO. 



Mack Genfalogy. 105 1 

(i,')::.'. ^Valtor Bailey, b. Aug. 10, IST'J, Port ]:yron, 
N. v., il. Sept. 13. Ib^O. IViu to al>ovo. 
(;j74. Ik>roice, b. July 17, 1S69, Graud Kapids, }.Iich.. 

61G0. 

Ilonry Scars Ranney (5S79. 57G0. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

July 10, 1*3S. in. Feb. IS, 1S6S, :\[ary E. Hyslop, b. . 

Titere were' tive children. Res.. . 

- 0575. Artluu- Hyslop. b. Jaiiy. 26. 1S70. 

- r,57G. Xettie Dainaris, )). Oft. U, 1S71. 
.. (i577. I'rank ;^VuIlaee, b. Aug. 12, 1S73. 

G57S. Kva-Menzes, b. Mar. 11, 1S79. 
(i579. Ralpli Pleury, b. May 4, ISoO. 



6161. 



Horace Peck Ranuey (5S79. 57G0. 5719. 5701. 13. 1.) b. 
June 15, ]S40, m. Jany. 17, 1871, Harriet X. Sliort, b. 

. There were five children. Res.,— . 

r G5S0. Phyhma Bell. b. Dec. 30, 1S71. 

G5S1. .Toseph.ine, b. July 17, 1S73. 

G5S2. Harriet Minerva, b. May 23, 1875. 

G5S3. -Alay Elizabeth, b. June 24. 1^S3. 

(•..5S4. C'liuord II. S., b. Sept. 4. 1SS7. 

All e.xcei.ting the first child were born Hillsdale, }*[ich. 



6163. 



Ellen Isabel Ranney (5S79. 57G0. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
April 17, 1S44. m, ^far. 17, 1S74, Hamilton :^IcBurney, b. 
. There were two children, lies., . 

G5>5. Hov.-ard Haniilt()n, b. Dec. 11. 1S75. 

G5<G. -Inez Maud. b. Feb. 2, 1S7S. 



1052 Mack Genealogy. 

61G7. 

Daniaris Annette Peck (5SS0. .'jTGO. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) b. j 

Mar. IS, 1S4S, m. July tj, 1S7-J, Xewell Beeinan, b. July { 

21, 1S44. She d. Feh. 24. Is77. Ko>., Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 

Tliere were tvro cliildreu. | 

+ 65S7. Edua Louise, b. Nov. 19, 1S74. 9 

65SS. ' Damaris Annette, b. Feb. 14, 1S77. | 

616S. I 

Cornelia Peck (.3SS1. 57G0. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 1 

1, 1S53, Piielps. X. Y., m. Jtmy. 14. 1S91, John .AL Pulve'r. ^ 

b. April 25, 1S5G, Conquest. X. Y. (son of John and Julia | 
A. (Turner) Puher). Pes., Auburn, X. Y. There was 
one child. 

65S9. Percy J., b. ^lar. G, 1S92. 

6171. 

] 

Henry L. Peck (5SSG. 57G0. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June ] 

30, 1S5S, m. May 17, 18S7, Hattie Spencer, b. . \ 

Res.,—— — . There were two children. 3 

GoOO. Elmer E., b. May 2S. ISSS. \ 

6591. Leslie, b. Eel). 2.3, IPOO. 



6172. 

Harmon D. Peek (5SSii. 57G0. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Xov. 

13, 1S60, m. Jany. 10, 1SS4, Ko^e Daniels, 1). . Pes., 

— . There was one child. 

6592. Earl. b. July 19, 1S92. 

6175. 

^riorence :^[ay Peck (5SSG. 57i;0. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Aup-. It'. 1>7-^. m. Sept. 14. l^'.i-, AVi;ii;Mi! Stni'j-'.T. b. 
. Pe-.. . Thrro vv-as one child. 

6593. Paul. b. Dec. 2S, 1000. 



Mack Genealogv. 1053 

6176. 

Mary Hcmenway (5SS7. 57G1. 5719. 5701. 13. 1.) b. 

, a. , 1900, m. , David Kissock. l^lie're 

.M-i> three children. 

(i594. Sou. 

Go'Jo. Son. 

G596. Dau., who m. "William Chapin. 



617: 



Silas Ottloy Heinenway (5SS7. 57G1. 5719. 5701. 13. 1.) 

b. — , d. — , m. , Minerva AVard. There 

u'as one son. 

6597. Ward, b. •, d. , ae. 15. 

6178. 

William Hemenway (5SS7. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

— — — , d. , m. , Ellen Brown, b. — . 

There were two cliildreu. 

G59S. AVilliam D., b. . 

6599. Dau., b. , m. , Andrew Stafford. 

6180. 

Edwin Com?to''k Hemeuway (5sS7. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 

13. 1.) b. Mar. S. 1S37, d. . 1S99, m. , Anna 

Mitch(Ml. 1). . There were four children. 

GGOO. yiixry, b. . 

GGOl. James, b. . 

GGO-2. George, b. . 

/iG03. Edwin, b. . 



61S2. 

Am.'lla lleiiicnway (5.-^7. :>~^:i. 5719. 57i!4. 13. J. 

Mar. •2-2, 1.^39. m. . Harris II. (.ire-- b. --- 

. There Were thi'ee i-iiiLln-n. 



')ji Mack Genealogy. 

GC04. Harris 11., h. -, a clergjinan. 

6605. • Cecil D.. b. . 

6606. Helen A., b. . 



61S3. 



i 

■ ■ I 

Sarah Hemenv.-ay (5SS7. 57G1. 5719. 5704. ]3. l.i \ 

b. May 111, 1S42, m. , James Donaldson, b. . \ 

Res., Buffalo, X. Y. There vrere four cliildren. 
+ 6(J07. Elizabeth, b. . 

6G0S. Silas, b. , killed on II. R. 

^ 660D. Lillie, b. . 

6610. Charles, b. . 



6184. . ■ 

Lillian Hemenway (5SS7. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

, d. , m. 1st, , Daniel R. Darey. h. 

, d. .• She in. 2d. , Charles ^[orrison. 

b. . Xo children. 

•61S5. 

Charles Peck Henieinv;-,y (5'^^7. 5701. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. , m. . riu'be Kcklfs. b. . Tliere was 

one child. 

t;iUl. Carolyn, b. . 

61S6. 

Hobart Hemenway (5SS7. 57G1. 5719. 5704. ]3. 1.) b. 

, d. , m. — — — . Jennie Gates, b.' — - — . Xo 

children. 



61S9. 

Hrni-y Sn!,,:;iOTi Dinio.'k (:.-—. 57bl. 5719. 57ni. 13. 1.! 
a i.hy.icijm. b. .\mr. 25. H32. d. Mar. 20, 1^R9. Trav.T>c 



Mack Gf.SEAi.OGY. 1055 

('itv, Mich., m. April 9, ISoG, Frances or Fanny Eliza 
Haven, b. Sept. r2, 1S39, Lansing, Mich. She married 
;i:^'ain and resides Buffalo, X. Y. There were two chil- 
dren. 

G('>12. Lillie Ottley. b. July 11, 1S5S. Phelps, X. Y., d. 
Aug. 9, 1S79, Buffalo. X. Y., m. , I. or J. T. Beeves. 

(JGLS. William H., b. Oct. 27, 1S61, Phelps, X. Y., d. 
Oct. S, ISfiS, Phelps. X. Y. 

6190. 

Thomas John Dimock (SSS'^. .5761. 5719. .'5704. 13. 1.) b. 
July 10, '1S;J5, m. 1st. Sept. 17, 1S62, Lucy Kennedy, b. 

, d. Scjit. 7, 1879, ae. 37 yrs., 7 mos. He m. 2d, 

June 2, ISSO, Mrs. Charlotte C. (McDonald) Bartlett 
(widow of Harrison Bavtlott) b. April 14, 1841. There 
were no children by either marriage. They reside Bead- 
ing, Mich., and keep a boarding house handy to depot and 
business section. 

6191. 

^Villiara Ottley Dimoek (oSSS. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
li. July 22. 1S37. d. F.'b. 13. 1S94, m. .Alay 25, ]?(;5. Emma 
Bankin. b. Se[)t. 25. 1*^43. Tliere were no children. 

6192. 

Eno.r'li Bimock (5?SS. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. }>[ar. 
]7, 1S43. m. Jany. IS, 1S65, ^lary Ilolbrook, b. Dee. IS, 
1*^44. There were two children. 
- 6614. Anna Lucretia, b. April 26, 1S66. 
^ 6615. Kate Ilolbrook, b. Dec. 6, 1S67. 

6193. 

.Mary B;n.nistor C^-"^'). 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May 
30. p-.;7, d. Mar. 23. lS',i3. ni. Dec. 26, 1^59. James F. 
Coat.'s. b. June 14, 1>^.29. 



1056 Mack. Genealogy. 

He resides with son. Lemuel, iu Sparta, Mich. Tber-. 
■R-ere three children. 

+ 6616. Floyd Bannister, b. Oct. 6. ISGl. ^ . 
+ 6617. Lemuel Lee, b. Nov. 1, lS(i3. 

661S. James Franklin, b. ^^lar. 26, 1S73, m. June 10. 
1897, Edna Larkin, h. Jany. 12, 1S75. Xo children. Res.. 
Battle Creek, Mich. 

6194. 

Eli D. Bannister (.5SS9. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 

3, 1S39, m. Aug. in, l^GG, Agnes S. Fowler, b. Dec. 9, 1S.>. 
Cambria Co., Pa., and d. May S. 1S9S. Ees., Los Gate-. 
California. There was one child. 

+ 6619. James W., b. April 26, ISGS. 

6195. 

Lemuel Bannister (5SS9. 57G1. 5719. 570-4. 13. 1.) b. 
Jany. 17, 1S41, m. 1st, June G, 1SG4. Juliette C. Bonedi-t. 
d. April 25, 1SG6. He m. 2d, Xov. 25, 1S6S, Frances E. 
Kenyon. Kes.. Pittsburg, Pa., in emjiloy Westingliou.-i' 
Power Co. Xo children. 

6196. 

Eliza Bannister (5SS9. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Jany. 

4, 1S43, m. Oct. S, 1SG2. O.-oar Jonas AVliituey, b. Dec. 31. 
1S39. Kes., Oaks Corners, X. Y. There were two rl.il- 
dren. 

+ 6620. Henry Bannister, b. June 11. ISGS. 
6621. Loa Elizabeth, b. Aug. 19, 1S71. 

6197. 

WiUiaui Otrley Banni<r,.i- m-x;). :,--c.], ;^7io. :3704. i;;. :. 
h. J;in\-. 25. ]S45. m. Xov. 2ii. 1>(;7. Kittie M. Cro>-. 1- 
. His j'.iMress sin','e Mav 25. L^71, unkao\\n. 



Mack Genealogy. 105T 

619S. 

Silas Hemenway Eauni^ter (jS^O. 57C1. STlll. 5704. 13. 
1.) h. Jauy. 19, 1847, d. Jany. 24, ]f^91, m. June S; 1832, 
Kllie IlfcDiien, b. . There were three children. 

U622. Alfred Henneu, b. Feb. 7. 18S5. 

6623. Lemuel, b. Sept. 17, 1SS7. 

6624. Morris Harding, b. Jany. 16, 1SS9. 

Slie. m. 2d, Alfred J. ^.lason. Res., Heading, Pa. 

6200. 

Caroline L. Stone (5S90. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June 
6, 1841, m. Feb. 24. 1S64. S. K. Douglass, b. Jauy. 4, 1841. 
Kes., Stanley, X. Y. Tliere were two children. 
- 6625. Alice A., b. Feb. 24, 1SG5. 

6626. Lillie, b. June 5, 18G8. 

6202. 

Mary Flizabcth Stone (5800. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

Mar. 17, 1846, ni. , ]\Ir. Morgan, b. . 

Res., Phelps. X. Y. Address, ^trs. E. M. Morgan. There 
were two eliildren. 

(;627. Edwin D., b. . 

6(i28. IIar\-ey S., b. . 

6203. 

Cornelia A. Stone (5^90. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

June 2'^. 1^49, m. , Bowen Cook, b. . Res., 

Oorhani. X. Y. There was one child. 

6629. Maude, b. Oct. . 1^72. m. , Babbitt. 

6205. 

Miltun Hnwanl ( Krhy ^5^LlI. 5761. 57i:i. 5714. 13. 1.) b. 
Awe:;. 2, 184-1. ni. Pec il, 1865. Sarah Jane Warner, b. Sept. 
18. 1^4^. Pes., ['helps, X. Y. There was one child. 



105S Mack Genealogy. 

6G30. Roy Milton, b. April 12, 1S74. Res., Phelps, 
X. Y. . 



6213. 

Ida B. Van Auken (5S94. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 1). 
^lar. 2G, 1856. She was educated at Phelps Union lic.l 
Classical School, developing a decided taste for the clas- 
sics and languages and reached proficiency in French and 
German. Has been a teacher and has engaged in literary 
vrovk, chiefly transhrtions, short stories, essays and talk-^ 
on domestic science. Has written for the press, pub- 
lished a small cook book, and in the jireparation of t!i:= 
branch of -the Mack family to which she belongs has ren- 
dered the writer valuable assistance. 

G214. 

Millicent 0. Van Auken [JSUi. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Sept. 2S, 1859, m. Nov. 13, 1878, Ambrose Van Deus>--r.. 
■ b. May 30, 1S47. Res., Phel].s, X. Y. There were twu 
children. 

GG31. Alice Maud. b. Aiirll 11. 1883. 

GG32. Harold A., b. :\Iar. 5, 1891. 

6215. 

Charles Sunmer Van Auken (.5894. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 
1.) b. June 21. ISGl. Phelps, X. Y., m. Xov. 4, 188G, Lillinn 
M. Howard, b. June 12, 18G1. Pes., La Crosse, Wis. 
There were two children. 

GG33. Howard Ottl.y. b. Feb. 1. 1S>^, d. Feb. 23. 1891. 

Gi;34. Geoi-ge Lord. b. X.'V. 12, 1^'.'5. 
^He was graduated from llaiuikon Collt-gH. class of *^'''. 
Is in liie In-uiani;e Ini-ii'.c-.- : S.-ci'liiry ('cntury (.'li:' 
and Loan Puilding Associalinu. 



Mack Genealogy. 1059 

6217. 

Ellen Fraucelia Dixon (550(5. 57G-2. 5719. 57f)-k 13. l.)J). 

Aug. 27, 1S42, ra. ^lar. 1. 1SG5, Worrel, b. '-. 

K'es., Exline, 111. There were eleven children. 

6635. 

to 

6645. 

6218. 

WiUard Peek Dixon (5506. 5762. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

Sept. 14, 1546. in. , b. . Ees., Kankakee, 111. 

There vrere four children. 

6646. 

to 

6649. 

6219. 

Martha Isabelle Dixon (5596. 5702. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. Sept. 29, 1550, m. , 1873, Frank R. Beebe, b. 

. Ees., . They adopted a daughter. 

6650. Helen Alice, b. .July 4, 1S9G. 

6220. 

Charles Kayrnond Dixon (550G. 57G2. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. Feb. 5, 1553. ni. . Kes., Chicago, 111. There were 

four children. 

6651. 

to 

6654. 

6221. 

Mary Elizabeth Dixon (580G. 57G2. 5710. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Aug. 30, 1555, ni. 1st, June 20. 1-^74, Wat-^on Peck, b. 



1060 -Mack Gknf.alogy. 

,d. . She in. 2d, , Dr. C. AV. Knott, b. j 

, d. . Res., Kankakee, 111. There were foiir | 

children by first marriage. , j 

6C55. ' ' i 

to I 

66.5S. I 

6222. ' \ 

John Curtis Dixon (5S9C. 5762. 5719. 5701. 1.3. 1.) b. j 

Nov. 17, 1S62, m. Oct. 23, ISOO, Emma Bryficid, b. Au-. j 

10, 1S62. Ees., Kankakee, 111. (343 Rosewood Ave.) \ 

There was one son. ■ | 

6659. Robert Wesley, b. Sept. 30, 1S95. ] 

6224. 

Addie Elenore Peck (5S97. 5762. 57] 9. 5704. 13. 1.) h. 
Feb. 23. 1S59, Pontiac, II!., m. Oct. 19, 1S7S, James Louis 
Porlier, b. . Res., . .There were six chil- 
dren. 

6660. Walter McKinstrv, b. Sept. 1, 1S79, llammoud, 
Ind. 

6661. Robert ^^lortimer. b. Oct. 25, ISSl, Hammond. 
Ind. 

6(i62. Eddie Sheldon, b. Dec. IS. ISSo, d. :Mar. 17, 1^^4. 
Hammond, Ind. 

6663. RaMuond Louis, b. Janv. 20, ISSo, Hammond. 
lud. 

6664. Hazel Elizabeth, b. Feb. 6, ISSS, Chicago, 111., d. 
Oct. 19. 1S95. Hammond, Ind. 

6665. Ru;h Elenore, b. Feb. 25, 1S94, Hammond. Ind. 

6227. 

Charle.- Mortinicr Pc k (5^'.i7. 0762. 5719. 57n4. 13. 1.' 
b. Feb. l;;, 1S67, Fairbury, 111., m. June 11, 1:-91 (at V."ind- 



Mack. Genealogy. 1061 

-or, Canada), Jes:?le Miaiier, b. . Res., . 

Tliere was one child. 
GGiJG. Dorothy, b. Xov. 24, 1S96, Chicago, 111. 

6254. 

Alice Liugan Peck (5009. 57G5. 5719. 5704. 1.3. 1.) b. 
July IG, 1S57, m. INLay 31, 1SS2, Henry Ir\"iug Van Hoe- 
son' A. B., ^L D., b. Oct. 30, 1S53. Res., TiiTxton, X. Y. 
He grad. Princeton College and Syracuse University. 
There was one child. 

GGG7. Henry Bartlett, b. Dec. 25, 1SS5. Truxtou. 



6255. 

Cornelia Randolph Peck (5909. 57G5. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Xov. 7 or 9. 1S5S. in. ^lay 31. 1SS2, Rev. Peter Lindsay, 
!). D., b. May 31, 1S51. Res., Roche.^ter. X. Y. He is 'a 
graduate Colgate University, Auburn Theological Sem- 
inary, in 1SS3 organized the Xo. Presb}i,erian Church 
and since then has been its pastor. 

6272. 

Laura Ann Peck (5913. 57GG. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

, m. July G. 1S9S, Edward J. King. li. . Res., 

. Tliere vras one child. 

GOGS. Gforge Sunnier, b. . 

(This family objects to giNing data.) 

6273. 

Jesse WoodrutT Pe>M< (5913. 57tiG. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

, lij. Sept. IG. l-'.iO. Binncho G. Larzelere, b. . 

]^.s., ---. Tlier.. u-;,s on,, ,;n'd. 

(This family objei-t> to givii;g data.) 



1062 Mack Gfnkalogv. 

G276. 

Belle Carson (5014. 57r.(3. 5719. 5704. i:J. 1.) b. Jany. ]^, 

1865, m. Oct. 31, ]SS9, Aaron Bennett Ester, b.'' . 

Ees., . Tliere was one cliild. 

6670. Veda May, b. ^'ov. 13, 1590. 

6278. 

AVilUam f:noch Plallett (5915. 5766. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. Oct. 12, 1S64, 111. -^ , Ada Amelia Davis, b. Jany. 

21, 1S66. Ees., — . There v.evc three children. 

6671. Fern Estelle, b. Aug. 19, 1S91. 

6672. Leah ^Vinifrcd, b. July IS, 1S93. 

^ 6673. Esther Elizabeth, b. July 19, 1896. 

62S0. 

La\-iiiia Isabel Peck (5916. 5766. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Nov. 20, 1867, m. Aug. 16, 1899, Frederick Arthur Graves. 
b. July 23, 1S56 (^son of Luther Henry and Maria 
(Bridges) Graves). Res., Chicago, 111. There was one 
child. 

6674. L-ene Peek, b. Sept. 30, 190u. 

6283. 

De Laucey S. Crittenden (5917. 5767. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. April 4, 1851, in. ^lur. 13, 18S1, Lillian S. Fitch, b. Nov. 
30, 1859, Butler, X. Y. Pes., Phelps, X. Y. There was 
one child. 

6675. Percy A., b. Oct. 26, 1S88. 

^ 6237. 

Josephine Van D.- ^^fark (5:'19. 57G7. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Mar. 4, 1-^51. ni. Xov. 18, 1873. ^[artin R, Koon, b, Jany. 



Mack GnsEALOGV. 1063 

■2'2, 1S41. KfS., ^MimieapolLs, Minu. There were two 

cliildren. 

- M76. Kate, b. Dec. 24, 1S74. 

GGTGa. Louise, b. Sept. 26, 1S7G, in. Dec. 12, 1S9U, 
Cliarles Deere Yelie, b. Mar. 20, ISGl. 

62S8. 

Charles PI. Van De Mark (5919. 5767. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Dec. 3, 1S52, d. Z^tay 16, 1901, beloved and respected by 
all. 

lie m. 1st, , Susie Pritebard, b. , d. . 

He m. 2d, Oct. 30, 1S95. Clara Bell Martin, b. Aug. 27, 
1SG5. There were six children by first marriage and one 
by second marriage. 

(1st Marriage.) 
+ C677. Arthur, b. Sept. 1, 1S77. 

G()7S. Kossie, b. Sept. 5, ISSO. 

6679. Maude, b. ^^lar. S, 1SS2. 

6650. Alice, h. May S, 1SS4. m. Mar. 10, 1901, 

Ferguson, b. April 13, ISSO. 

6651. Sou, b. , d. in infancy. 

G6'-^2. Daughter, h. , d. in infancy. 

(2d Marriage.) 
66S3. Lottie E., b. July 24,^1599. Kes., Twinfalls. 
Kansas. 



62S9. 



Arthur S. Van De ^^lark (5919. 5767. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. Oct. 2, 1S55. m. , Lillie Augur, b. . Ees., 

Cass Avt'., Detroit, Mich. Tliere were six children. 

6GS4. 

to ^ 

6GS9. 



1064 Mack Genealogy. 

6-290. 

Frederick W. Vnu De Mark (.5910. 5767. 5719. 57ri4. ]?.. 
1.) b. Feb. 6, 1564, m. Feb. i^, 1SS7, Addie Elliott, b. 
July 7, 1^70. Ees., Ripley, Oklahoma. There were 
eight children. 

6690. Charles, b. Dec. 3, b^S9, d. Xov. 5, 1892. 

6691. Edna, b. Jany. 19, 1S90. 

6692. Lottie, b. Aug. 2S, 1S91. d. Jauy. 25, 1S92. 

6693. Lillie, b. Feb. 6, 1S93. 

6694. Marion, h. Oct. 12. 1S94, d. ^lay 31, 1S96. 

6695. Celia, b. Feb. S, 1S97. d. June 15, 1S99. 

6696. Willis, b. Dec. 10, 1S9S. 

6697. Lauria, b. June 6, 1901. 



6291. 



Horace AV. Stewart (5920. 5767. 5.19. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

Jany. 4. 1S55. m. Aug. IS. 1S7S, Ida Stoughton, b. . 

Res., "Whiting. lud. There was one child. 

6698. Vera, b. July 3, 1SS2. 

6293. 

Daniel C. Stewart (5'.i20. 57G7. 5719. 5704. 13. l.) 1'. 
Mar. 30, 1859, m. Dec. 7, 1SS5, Lucina K. Lowdeu, b. Soi'l. 
26, 1860. Re.-.. Grand Rapids, Mich. There were tv.-., 
cliildren. 

6699. Karl E., b. May 1^^, 1893. d. same day. 

6700. Bernice I., h. May 22, 1895. 

6294. 

*];cb.;'rca Cainp Stewart CyMtK :.7r,7. 5719. 5704. 1". 1.'' 
(called •■Rcb..--) b. Dec. 1^. 1-75. R.ath, Mwh.. m. M:i> 
10, 1898, William Slierinan Towne, b. June 9, ISC-^. i'> '• 



Mack Gknealogv. 10C5 

rhortowu. Mass. Res., Graud Kapids, Mich. There was 
one rliild. " ' 

G7U1. Willard Horace, b. ^lar. 24, 1901. 

6295. 

X. Eliza Austiu {592S. 5771. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 
7, l.'^45. Bridgewater. Fa., d. Oct. 3. ISSO, m. April 7, 1S75, 
Amos L. Chirk, b. . There were two children. 

G702. Jerome A., b. ^lar. 3, 1S77, d. Oct. 16, 1S90. 

6703. Homer J., b. Oct. 3, 1S79. 



6296. 



J. Korris Austin (592S. 5771. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June 
12, 1&47, Bridgewater. Pa., m. Jany. 5, 1S71, Sarah G. 
Fhich. b. . There were five children. 

6704. :^Iaggie Louise, b. ^^lar. 12. 1S72. 

6705. William S. Smith, b. June 2S, 1S74. 
670G. ■:Nrary Althea, b. Xov. 21, 1S77. 

6707. Lovina Joseiihine. b. Dec. 2S, 1SS5. 
670S. Clara E., b. ilar. 12, ISSS. 



6301. 



Judd J. Austin (592'^. 5771. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Aug. 
15, 1S64, Bridgewater. Pa., ui. Xov. 12, 1SS5, Lydia A. 
Steiiliens. b. . Tliere was one child. 

670Sa. Lillian G., b. Xov. 5, 1S37. 



6302. 



Arlliur Ledyard Ma<-k (5l»45. 5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Ai.ril 5^L£G2. m. Dtc. 1. l>^Sb. Mary E. Perry, h. Oct. 19. 
1-07. H>-.. L':!d:.v;i!.., Pa. T';.'i-e w;,. nae'rhild. 

6709. Charles William, b. April 2m. 1?'.,'J. 



1066 Mack Gfnealoi.v. 

6303. 

Andrew Grant Mack (3!)4.j. 5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) \>. 
Oct. 13, 1S6S, in..Xov. 10, 1S02. Stella E. Kinney,' b. July 
IS, 1S76. Kes., Lindaville, Pa. There were two children. 

6710. p:dwin Laverne, b. .Tauy. 11, 1S94. 

6711. Samuel Harry, b. Sept. 17, 1S97. 

6304. 

" Virgil Sill Mack (SWG. 5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Oot. 
29, 1S71, m. Dl'C. 9, ISOS, Minnie Amelia Cornell, b. 
. There was one child. 

6712. Ernest Cornell, b. July 10, 1S99. 

6306. 

James D. Mack (5947. 5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Pec. 
27, 1S59, m. Dec. 27. 1SS2, Lena E. Lord, b. Feb. 17, 1S5S. 
There were two children. 

6713. George Luther, b. Se]it. 7, 1SS7. 

6714. Harold L., b. June 3, 1S97. 

6309. 
/ 

Herbert Avery Mack (594S. 5774. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
AjM-il 19, 1S7:!. m. Dec. 30. 1900, Je.ssie Eea Beaver, b. 
'SliiV. 23, ]S>ii. He is dealer in horse furnishing good-, 
also bicycles. Kes., Jetniure, Kansas. There v/as one 
child. 

6715. Leola Beatrice, b. Nov. 11, 190L 

6313. 

TVi-thur Carlyle ^^a^•k I 59-2. 577^,. 572^. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Sept. 21, I'-r:;, in Xew York City; tiu-n n-nioved witii hi^ 
[>arents to Cat^kill Station, X. Y., and att^'nded Hn^l^oii 



Mack. Genfalogy. 1067 

Acailem.v, Curtis School, BrookfielJ Center, Conn., and 
in 1S93 graduated from Pliilliiis Academy, Andover, 
Mass., and that same year began newspaper work, on 
fjVening Post in Xew York. In lS9f_i entered tlie" jmb- 
'isliing house of Funk & AVagualls Co., where he is at 
oresent employed as associate advertising manager. 
He ui. June 3, 1903, Sallie Hodgins (dau. of ]\Ir. and 

^^rs. Charles Ilodgins of Westchester, X. Y.), b. . 

Ues., Xew York City. 

6314. 

Edward Enoch Howe (5953. 5776. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Mar. 24, 1^64, in. Mar. 24, 1S91, [Nlarie Louise Heyes. b. 
Mar. 17, 1SG9. Res., Hazleton, Pa. There were four 
children. 

6716. Dorothy Lucie, b. April 12, 1S92. 

6717. Edward Kenneth, b. :s[c\v. 12. 1S95. 
G71S. Cyril William Heyes, b. Sept. 17. 1S97. 
6719. Alice Mack. b. Aug. 27, 1S99. , 

P^dward E. Howe at an early age indicated talent in 
writing a book on Vegetarianism entitled "The Vegetarian 
Cook P.ook" which he, witli the able assistance of his tal- 
ented mother, completed in X\^% York in 18^7. It was a 
valuable compilation of facts, arguments and recipes, and 
was well and neatly printed and bounil. Possessing- a 
small hand-jiress and font of tyjic, and printing two pages 
at a time, ]\[r. Howe, in the leisure liour.s of two years, 
wrote, printed and bemud ready for sale 550 copies of this 
admirable little book. Tlie first portion of the book com- 
pi-ised the arguments for \'egetarlnnisiu in its relation 
to health, temperance, economy, ethics, the Scriptures and 
a comprehensive plan of the \'egetarian system of living, 
while the last jiortion was devuted to useful reciijes in 
v.-liiclHiTs n;other's lii-lp was especiallv valuable. 

Air. 1[,a;,- n..-.v .:,y. he ha^ b-eu a >tri.-t \-e-eiarlan fnr 
uvvv twerit\- y^ars, having abstained frem fish, tlesh and 
fowl during that period. 



1068 Mack Genealogy. 

Being of a nervous temperament, he says he found tl.e 
bland non-stimulating diet a great blessing ; that he alu-ay< 
feels strong and well and never has the slightest cravii:i,' 
for imimal food. In euduraiici», a.s evidenced in long licy-. 
cle runs, he is a match for any one, modestly excepiii;!,' 
professionals who train especially for the wheel. He doe> 
not drink intoxicating liquors nor use tobacco in any forui. 

His platform, he says, is: "There is nothing of valu.' 
to be found in flesh-food which cannot be found in the veir- 
etable kingdom." He has challenged several doctors to 
refute his declaration, but not one has be yet found able to 
do so. " ' 

His wife has been a Vegetarian about ten years. Their 
four children, the oldest seven years of age, are vigorous 
and healthy and their family physician says they are 
healthier than the children of a majority of his patients 
and lie directs attention to them as examples when occa- 
sion permits. 

!Mr. Howe believes in whole-wheat bread and nut food.- 
which sujiply the nitrogenous elements usually attributed 
to meat. Fruits in some form are seived at nearly every 
meal. They all express themselves delighted with thi:- 
pure and bloodless diijt and h.eartily recommend it t'l 
every one and esi^'cially as the food for the rising genera- 
tion. 

J3ut it is as an or^-anist that ^Ir. Howe has scored his 
greatest success. In this cai^acity he serves the First 
Presbyterian Church of Hazelton. Pa. His Tuusical tal- 
ent is inherited from his father, 'Mv. Edward Howe, organ- 
ist and composer, from whom he received a mo^t thorough 
musical educariun. From the world renowned English 
organist, George W. Alorgan, Mr. Howe received valuable 
private instrurtim in playiuLr. Fie was brought up in a 
mu:^cal and arti>tic atmosphere. Ijciug surrounded by a 
nnr-ii'al family, ar..! ha- l'./(_i. cii^'ac-d' ;r. mii-ical ei'f-:'- 
pris.-s frnin chih.lliood uj). ro.-^cjs^ing an especial tal- 
ent for the organ, he plays with that orchestral colorini: 



Mack Genealogy. 1069 

whicli only a few organists attain and upon which perman- 
ently depends a successful public career. 

He has before him, to all appearances, a long and bril- 
liant career. 

, Many testimonials might be quoted as to his success in 
the musical world, but a ft-w will suffice. The E'reeland 
Press speal-:ing of Mr. Howe says : 

"He is a good conscientious musician and an organist 
of wonderful ability. " 

The Ashland Evening Telegram speaks of an enter- 
taiunicnt given by !Mr. Howe in which everybody was de- 
lighted and nearly every number of the program encored. 

The WTiit-ehaven Journal says: "The pipe organ in 
the church has never been more skillfully handled than 
by Mr. Howe." 

His mother is an artist of rare ability, and her home is 
adorned with her paintings of great artistic merit. As 
illustrating ^^egetarian methods in raising a family for 
succeesful careers, tlio Howe family of New York strands 
preeminent, showing tiiat moral and intellectual training 
are successfully attained without the ordinary stimulants 
of flesh and alcohol. 



6317. 



Bessie Mary Sterling {o9o:S. 5777. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
June \12, 1SG9, Gaines, X. Y., m. Dee. 21, 1897, IJev. Louis 
Alva Pickett, b. Aug. 20, ISGG (sou of Frederic and Ada- 
liza (Soperi Pickett vf Kfuyouville, X. Y.). Res., Trian- 
gle, X. Y. He was a graduate of Colgate Theological 
Seminary at Hamilton. X. Y. ; was [lastor at }vl.>unt Upton, 
X. Y. Tliere wiis one child. (See Xo. G4G4.) 

G72n. Chester Ilaiuiltun, b. Mav 17, lOOO, at Triam:Ie, 
X. Y* - 



1070 Mack Genealogy. 

6319. 

Alfred Jarvis Skinner (oOoG. 5777. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Nov. IC, 1S73, ni. July 22, 1S9G, Lisbeth Elvira Jerome, b. 
Oct. 31, 1S74 (dau. of Hiram and Mary Garbrett Jeromo). 
Red.. Ivnovrlesvillo, X. Y. There was one child. (S».- 
()4G6.) 

6721. Mildred Elizabeth, b. .July 25, 1S97. 

6323. - 

Harriet Mack (595S. 577S. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. April 2'1 
ISGG, Sterling. HI., m. Ue<?. 23, 1S90, E. ^L Ebersole. b. 
April 29, 1SG2. Lancaster, Pa. Res., Sterling, 111. There 
were two children. 

6722. Charles David, b. Jany. IG. 1892. 

6723. Florence M., b. Sept. S, 1S9S. 

6327. 

Mabel Beatrice Mack (5959. 577S. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Dec. G, 1S75., m. Mar. 4. 1S9S, Wilbur F. Owen, b. June 11. 
1876. Res., Chicago, HI. There was one child. 

6724. ^[ark, b. July 3, 1900, d. July 10, 1900. 

633G. 

Arthur Leroy Simpson (59r,5. 57S0. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.1 
h. ^lay 9, 1S71, ui. Doc. 19, 1893, Ida Jane Beecher, b. Mar. 
29. 1873. There were three children. 

G725. Leroy Beecher, b. Feb. 5, 1895, Jersey City. 
X. J. 

G72G. Richard IT., b. ^[ay 24. 1897. Jersey City, X. J. 

6727. Elsie May. b. Soj.t. 2. 1899. Jersey City, X. J. 

6.337. 

Myrtle ^iay Simjxon ( 5'^i"5. 57->0. 5720. 57'U. 13. 1.) b. 
.Mar. 24, 1-73. m.Aiia. G. 1>91. Marcus Bninch L'adr-IitrV. b. 



Mack Genealogy. 1071 

Xov. 13, 1S70. Res., Jersey City, X. J. There vrere hvo 

i-hildren. 

C,7-2S. Viola ^lay, b. May 4, 1S04. Jersey City, X. J, 
b729. Melvin Alder, b. Sept. SU, ISOG, Jersey City, 

X. J. 

633S. 

James Leroy Lindsay (5967. 57S0. 5720. 5701. 13. 1.) b. 
Jaiiy. 19, 1S59, m. Sept. 19, 1S79. There was one child. 
C730. Malvina May, b. A]>ril 24. ISSO. 

6341. 

Vena Viola Kirby {59CS. 57S0. 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
July 20, 1SI39, d. Dec. 20, 1S9.7, m. Jany. 29, 1SS9, James 
A. Lewis, b. Aug. 3, 1S67. There were three children. 

6731. Emma p]lvira, b. April G, 1S91. 

6732. Leona. b. ^far. 21, 1S93. 

6733. John Loren, 1). July 6, 1S97. 

6342. 

Charles Y.. Kirby (59GS. 57Sf). 5720. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
April 25, 1S73, m. Feb. 27, 1S95, ^'ertie 'May liozelle, b. 
Xov. 2''. 1S75. Then.' wer. tlirt.-e ehildri^n. 

G734. Helen, b. Feb. 2, 1>9G, d. Mar. 29, 1S97. 

6735. Charles, b. Mar. IG. 1S9S. 
. 673G. Ruth Leona. b. Xov. 13, 1900. 

6336. 

Lottie :N[aria Ellis (GOOl. 5794. 5722. 5704. 13. l.)b. Aug. 

21, l'^G4. m. May 20, 1,^S5, Stevt-n L. Downey, b. . 

Res.. P;H*kersl>urir. Iowa. There \v:i- (.;i,> ,-hi!d. 

G737. Vina, b. . 

C6S] 



loT2 Mack Genkalocv. 

6357. 

Nellie Aiuauda Ellis (GdOl. 5704. 57-2-2. 5704. }?,. 1.) ],. 
April 13, lS6t;. m. Sept. 2::;. ISSH. Robert J. Harnill, b. Xov. 
3, 1SG3. Res., Xoiinan, Oklahoma. There was one child. 

673S. John Henry Tarn. h. July -21, 18S7. 

6358. 

Charles Francis Ellis (60U1. 5794. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Nov. 30, 1S67, m. Nov. 29, 1S93, Olive E. Stedman, b. July 
25, 1S77. Resided Liberal, Kansas. There were two 
children. 

C739. John Gilbert, b. S.'pt. 21. 1S97, d. Feb. 7, 1S99. 

6740. George Franklin, b. Sept. 23, 1S99. 

6359. 

Sarah Diadaraia Ellis (COOL 5794. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

Oct. 4, 1S69, m. Aug. 10, 1S92, Edward AV. Aker, b. . 

Resided Liberal, Kansas. There were tv.-o children. 

6741. LeviB., b. . 

6742. Marv M., b. . 



6361. 

Jay Hortou Ellis (I'.wni. 5794. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Juce 
17, 1S73. ni. Nov. 5, 1S:)9, Sadie Wood (dau. John C. and 
Laura E. Wood), b. Sept. IS, 1SS2. Wellington, Kansas. 
Residfd Meade. Kansas. There was one child. 

6743. Kittle F.. b. Sept. 4, 1900. 

6367. 

Pora Iren>" Har-.M- (OOI^. :,7!i7. :.722. 570|. i:^. l.i b. 
Oct. 2."., l^o5. in. 1st. May 7. 1^0'). San ford B. Canipl-L-'.I. 
b. , d. Mav HI, ISHL Res.. Rochester, N. Y. '(S-e 



Mack Genealogv. 1073 

G423.) Xo children. She m. 2(1, June 23, 1893, Albert D. 
Campbell, "b. Janesville, ^Vis. Adopted a child, b. Dec. 5, 
1901. . * '. 

6369. 

Williiun Mack Harger (bOlS. 5797. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

Jany. IS, lS7li. m. , Kuby Underbill, b. . 

Kes., Tip]ileville, Kansas. (See G425.) There were 
two children. 

G744. Harry Lcroy, b. Xov. , 1S97. 

6745. Arthur, b. , 1S9S, d. July , 1900. 

6370. 

Annettie May Harger (GOlS. 5797. 5722. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Feb. 15, 1S7S, m. Dec. 24, 1S95, Fred B. Wade, b. June 25, 
1874. Ees., Weir, Kaunas. (See Xo. 6426.) There were 
three children. 

6746. Harry Kirtland. b. Jany. 24. 1?9S. 

6747. Rena Luella, b. An-. 11, 1S90. 
674S. Carrie M., b. Juhl- 10, 1902. 

6375. 

Xoah E. Mack ((in20. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. May 
9, 1S4S. Es-fx. Conn., ni. Xuv. 3, 1^SS, Alice Cave, b. June 
12, 1S67, AVa>hingtun. D. C. (dau. of Lawyer Fredori.-k 
Cave of London and Celcstia (Waring) Cave of Prince 
George County, Marylanil, and a direct descendant of 
Ch'ef Ju>tice ^vlarshall of \'irginia). There was one 
ohihl. Res.. Xew Haven, Ci'tin. 

6749. Edna Carolyn, b. July 29, 1900. 

* * 6376. 

Emily Maria Mack (6')20. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Xov. 3, 1S55, E.sse.K, Conn., ni. Aug. 31, 1^7S, Frank Clif- 



1074 Mack Genealogy. 

ford Stillman, h. June 30. 1S55, Essex, Conn. Res., Say- 
brook, Conn. There were four children. 

6750. Kalph Pratt, b. Jany. IS. 1SS2. - - 

6751. Bhiuche ClitTord, b. Feb. 2S, 1SS7. 
675-2. George Kirtkmd, b. Aia-il 17, 1S91. 
675.3.. Beatrice Louise, b. Mar. 10, 1S97. 

6379. 

Jane Adelaide Brewster (6021. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. l.j 
b. :Mar. 4, 1S47. ni. April S, ISGi, Hugh J. AVallace, b. Dee. 
13, 1S3S, Brooklyn. X. Y. He was editor Riverside lu- 
tolligeuce and is a report'^r and newsdealer. Res., Essex. 
Conn. There were ten children. 

6754. Mary Frances, b. May 12, 1SG5, d. Feb. 26, 1S79. 

6755. Ida Jane, b. Aug. 10, ISGS, d. Dec. 10, 1S6S. 
675G. Margarette, 1). Fob. 27, 1S70, d. Jany. 15, 1S71. 
6757. James Lounsbury, b. [May 31, 1S72, d. Ft!;. 1^. 

1S79. 

675S. William J., b. July 20. 1S74, d. Mar. 31, 1S93. 

+ 6759. Jessie B., b. Oct. 22, 1S76. 

+ 6760. Mary A., b. June 2. ISSD. 

6761. James Erne>t. b. Sept. 19, IS'^^l. 

6762. Alfred H., b. Mar. 17, 1SS5. 

6763. Clarence EugL-ae. b. April 11, iSbS. 

63S4. 

Henry M. Johnson (6023. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) h. 
> Nov. 26, 1?44, North Killing-^vortli. Conn., ni. Oct. 21, 1S75. 

in SpringfieKl, }.[a.-^s., ^Irs. Hattie (Wlicaton) Gordon, b. 

Aug. 6, 1-^4S, Tariffvllle. Conn. Res.. Xew Haven, Conn. 

There were two chihlren. 

(Tfr4. H-Miry Hi!! -rt. b. May .•^. 1^77. Sprimrfield. M,;- 
1)765. Flossie Nichols, h. Nov. 17, 1S79, HartfurJ, 

Conn. 



Mack Genealogy. 1075 

63S5. 

Klleii Maria Johnson (fiO-2.3. 570i). 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
.May 17, 1S4S, P^ssex, Conn., m. Dec. 2',), ISC^. William 
l[eury La Homniedieu, b. Snpt. 19, lS-11, AVest Stock- 
In-idire, ]\Ia5s. Res.' ]\[erideii. Conn. There -^^-ere two 
children. 

6766. Edith May L., b. July 21, 1S72, Middletown, 
Coun. 

r,767. William Alfred, b. Sept. 29, 1SS4, E. Hartford, 
Conn. 

6.389. 

Laura Ann Mack (6024. 5799. 5725. 5704. 1.3. 1.) b. Sept. 

20, 1S75, m. Oct. 24, 1S97, Simeon W. Lewis, b. . 

Res., Middlefield, Conn.; is a teacher of music. There 
was one child. 

6708. Aletta Antoinette, b. Feb. 4, 1899. 

6391. 

Ida Jane Coyle (6025. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 
2S. 1S53, m. June 17. 1873, Pearson Bannister, b. Nov. G, 
1847, Aimley, England. Res.. ^leriden, Conn. There 
v.ci-e fne children. 

- 6769. William Rowland, b. Alar. 10, 1874, Meriden, 
Conn. 

G770. Lottie May, b. Alay 24. 1879, Meriden. Conn. 

6771. Laura Belle, b. June 12, 1882, Meriden, Conn. 

6772. George Edward, h. June 26. 1890, Aleriden, 
Conn. 

6773. Bessie Rose, b. May 16, 1893, Alerideu, Conn. 

6392. 

Henry Gilliert Coyle (6025. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. l.:i 
b. Oct. 21, 185b, Fair Haven, Cunn., m. July 11. 1835, 



1076 Mack. Genealogy. 

Phebe Hind, b. Dec. 20, l.^G3, Chicago. 111., d. July ]l, 
1S03. Re.-., Pliiladelpliia, Pa. There were two childrer:. 

6774. Harry, b. Sept. , ISSG, d. Oct., , 

1SS6, Chicago. 111. 

G775. Grace E., b. Sept. 26; 1SS7, Meriden, Conu. 

Prof. H. G. Coyle inveuted plating of silver. 

6395. 

Middlesex Alfred Bailey (6026. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Jany. 31, 1S56, Middleficld, Conn., m. Aug. 14, 1?77, 
Ida Augusta Shelley, b. Feb. 22, 1S53, Durham, Coiiu. 
She graduated from State Normal School, New Britain, 
Conn., in lS7n, and taught public schools Ln Middleiov/i:. 
Conn., until her marriage. Kes., Xew York City. Tl;ere 
were three children. 

6776. Alfred Miller, b. Nov. 7, 1S79, TTinsted, Conn. 
In 189S graduated from the Kansas State Normal School 
and the same year entered AVesleyan I'niversity. 

6777. Helen Edna, b. Nov. 22, 1SS2, Keene, N. H., d. 
Jany. 2, 1SS(3, Emporia, Kansas. 

6778. John P^iuley, b. Dec. 2S, 1S90, Emporia, Kans:is. 
Middlesex A. Bailey graduated from AVesleyan I'ni- 

versity, Middletown, Conn., in IS77, and lS77-lSSn v.;- 
Principal of East Winsted, (Conn.) High School: h'M-i 
master of Keene (N. H.) High School ]SbO-18S5; teacli.-r 
of mathematics in the Kaunas State Normal School. K::i- 
poria, Kansas. lb^5-lS'J9, and in lS',iO-l'.1ti2 and at pri'--:;' 
teacher of mathematics in tin:- New York Training S •1:."^' 
for Teachers. He is the author of a series of matlu'ir.;:t- 
ieal text-books, publislied by the American Book Co.. 
AVashington Square. New York City. 

6397. 

John Elni.^re Bailey (Gil2G. 0799. 572.1 5704. 13. 1.) h. 
May 26. 1862. m. Sept. 5, 1887. at Cl-voland, Ohio, Chr}s- 



Mack Genealogy. 1077 

sa Sheidon, b. , Hadl^Tiie. Conn. He graduated 

from Columbia Medical Colleirf. Xew York, house physi- 
cian at the Post-Graduate ILx^pital there, and since I5S7 
practising j)hysician, Middletown, Conn. There were 
three children. 

6779. Paul Duane, b. Xov. 12, ISSS. 

G7S0. Doris Marjorie, b. Jany. 25, 1S94-. 

6751. Philip Adrian, b. Feb. 28, 1S'J9. 

639S. ■ 

Amy Ann Bailey (G02G. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
April 24, 1SG5. m. Jany. 20, 1SS5, William Ellis Wyman, 
b. Sept. 13. 1SG3, Keene, X. 11. He is a provision dealer. 
Kes., West ^^fedford. ^lass. There was one child. 

6752. Louise Bailey, b. Dec. S, 1SS5, Keeue, X. H. Is 
a teacher of music of high rank— especially of a pipe 
organ. 

6399. 

-Mary Frances Bailey (G02G. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
April 13. 1S69. m. ^lay 29, 1S99. J^v. Herbert Tracy Bar- 
ker, b. July 19. 1SG9, iviltun, X. H. Hf is a dentist, ofiice 
2(JS Westminster St., Providence, R. I. There was one 
child. 

G7S3. Aimee Louise, 1). June G, 190J. 



6403. 

Kate Ann IMntthews (f;n28. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
June 5, 1>GI, m. Oct. IS, 1SS3. Kev. Eben Hubert Chapin, 
b. Xov. 21, 1S54. iu Oiuawka. III. Kes.. Pockland, Me. 

^[rs. (^hapin was the little Miss who presented the 
loving cull to her un^le. Xoah H. ?d;i^-l:. (Sv-^ Xo. (•ti2ii.l 

Kev. Chapin gradiiaW'd Lnruhard Co'h-e. (ialesburir. 
III., 1S78, Tufts Divinity School ISSl ; having a few 



107S Mack Genealogy. 

mouths previoud accepted a call to preach at Grove Hall 
Univorsalist Cliurch, I\oxt)ury, }>[a5?. lu }ilarch, ISSo, h.j 
went to a Mission Cliurcli in Lincoln. Neb.; r^signiu^' 
there in July, IS'JG, to accept a position as -Professor 
of Applied Christianity and Pastoral Thoolog:y- at Lom- 
bard College. In January, 1900, accepted a call to pas- 
torate of the church at Kockland, }vlaine. There vrL-rc 
four children. 

6754. Charles Matthews, b. Sept. 19, 1SS4, Lincoln, 
Neb. 

6755. Elsa, b. May 28, ISSG. Lincoln, Xeb. 
67SG. Kuth, b. Sept. 20, 1SS7, Lincoln, Xeb. 

67S7. Xealy Adolphus, b. Aug. 30. 1S99, Galesburg, 
III. 



G404. 

Mar>- Ann Cobb (60;5.3. 5S00. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. July 
25, 1S57, Clinton. Conn., m. June 6, 1S77, Silas Perkins, b. 
April 10, 1S53. what is now Ivoryton, Conn., d. April 10, 
1903, Esses. Pes., Essex, Conn. There were three chil- 
dren. 
-f- 67SS. Elizabetli, b. May 19, 1S7S. Essex. Conn. 

67S9. George Henry, b. Xov. 27, 1SS2. 

6790. AVilliara Drie. b. June 26, 1SS5. 

640G. 

Julia Cobb (60.33. 5S00. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 1-. 

1SG2. m. 1st. Dec. , 1S77, David Perkins, b. Au-. 

IT, 1S50. Clinton. Conn., d. Feb. ll.'lS9G. Slie ni. 2d. June 
22. 1S9G, John Washington Jackson, b. Feb. 22. l?i''.'. 
Res., Essex, Conn. By first marriage there were two 
children. 
- -t379L Flora, b. Xov. 19, 1^7^, <1. . 

G792. Harry Leonard, b. . d. . 

Xo children hv second marriage. 



Mack Genealogy. 1079 

G407. 

IJcrtha E. INIathcr (t;o;}7. oSOl. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
.\[ay 14, 1S5IJ, Che>ter. Coiiii., m. Jany. 10, 1S7S, AVillfain 
Willougliby Hunt, of J^ssex, Conn., b. Aug. 23, 1851. 
There vras one cliild. Kes., Chester, Conn. 

G7Lt3. JIarold, b. ^lay 7, ISSO, ni. May 14, 190-2, Kittie 
Gladwin (of East Haddain, Conn.), b. • — . 



6409. 

Cliafle.> H. Mather (6037. 5S01. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Sept. 25, ISGl. m. May 12, 1S85, Alice E. Knowles, b. 
Oct. 10, 1804. He vrent al.^uut 1SS9 to Emma, Colorado, 
where lie was Postmaster; also was a dealer in General 
Merchandise and Farm ^Machinery ; shipper of hay, grain 
and ranch i>roduce. He has lately purchased a large 
grocery store in Essex. Conn., where they reside. There 
were four children. 

6794. Charles, b. Nov. 9, 1886, d. Xov. 11. 1886, Essex. 

6795. George Kichard. b. Jany. 6, 1888. d. Dec. 26, 
1901. That day four boys went to Pratt "s Poad to fish 
for jiickerel. They went out on the ice and cutting holes 
through it tished for two hours with indifferent results. 
Finally, liecomiug tired of the sport, they wound ur> their 
lines and started for shore. Two of the boys started 
ahead. They heard ^creams for help from their two 
companions and turning around saw that the ice had 
given away and that the two boys were struggling in 
the water. The two lioys nearer shore started on the 
run and as they did so, the ice under them gave way, hut 
the water was so shallow that tlioy were enabled to wade 
to the shore. They ran to the f;!ctory and gave tlin alarm 
and tlu'-uien in the factory hurried to the pond, procured 
boa's ;;r.'l >t;uti'd to t!:c r^'-'iie of ;!;e tw" \>>y>. Hi'fore 
they cou'kI reach the boys, both h.ul gone down. Doctors 
were immcdiatelv railed, and as soon a^ the bodies were 



lOSO Mack Genealogy. 

recovered, which was less than half an hour, they worked 
over the bodies in an eft'oii: to restore Nlife, but failed. 
Both lads were bright and general favorites. At that 
time tlie father was in Colorado on business, and a tele- 
gram was sent at once. 

6796. Louise Bertha, b. Feb. 21, IS'Jl, d. Aug. 12, 1S91. 
Emma, Colo. 

6797. Alice Cornell, b. April 23, 1S03, Emma, Colo. 

6410. 

Minnie A. Mather (6037. 5S01. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
July 9, 1S64, m. May 26, 1SS6, Winthrop J. Prann, b. Sept. 
12, 1S61, Wethersfield, Corm. He has a store and is Post- 
master at Centerbrook, Conn. There were two children. 

679S. Marjorie Wiuthrop, b. June 20, 1S91. 

6799. Stewart :\rather, b. Mar. S, 1S93. 

6411. 

'William E. Mather (0037. 5S01. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Sept. 2S, 1S66, m. Oct. 10, ISSS, Grace Smith, b. Oct. 21, 
1S66. Essex, Conn. (dau. of Oliver Snov.- and Anjanette 
XTucker) Smith). Kes., Essex, Conn. There wore three 
children. 

6500. Puby Aujanetle, b. Jany. 24. 1S90.- 

6501. Maud Adelia, b. .Tany. 31, ISIH. 

6502. Grace Evalino, b. Autr. 26. 1S94. 



6414. 

Adelaide E. Hunt (6iV}3. 5S03. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b 
A])ril 29, 1^56-7, m. Xov. 23, ls75, Franklin Ernest P.ra'.i: 
ard. b. Sept. 15, 1>55, Ghistonl)ury, C.r.n., d. (.tct. 3, 1-;'.'. 
Iv^^s." South Mau'^ipster, C.Min. Tl:efo were seven <'::il- 
divn. 

6SII3. Ethel M.. b. Nov. 19. l'^76. 



Mack Genealogy. 1081 

t;<i)4.- Kverett Edv.-in. li. Nov. 9, 187S. 

GSOj. f>rnc>t Raymond, b. Mar. 3, 18S2, d. Nov. 8, 

{;<{)!]. Clara Louise, b. Mar. 11, 188-}-. 

<;807. Adelaide Xarcis.-^a. b. Oct. 20, 1886. 

(;^n8. P'iorence Lillian, b. Dec. 12, 1891. 

GSi»0. Ra\TLiond Fraukliii, b. Nov. 27, 1894, d. Jany. 
23, 1S9S. 

6415. 

Walter 11. Hunt (C04::;. 5803. 3725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 
15, 185S, d. Oct. 12, 18913, in Plainfield. X. IL, m. Jany. 

31. 1885, Alibie S. Blood, b. . There were three 

children. 

G810. Xina L., b. June 5, 1886. Res., Lempster, X. H. 

6811. Hugh IL, b. Jany. 3, 1888. 

6812. "William F., b. Xov. 15, 1892. 

6416. 

Edwin Cone Hunt (6043. 5803. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Mar. .30, 1860, Colchester. Conn., m. ^lay 1, 1884, Sarah 
Jane Carlyle, b. Feb. 26, 1861, RockviUo, Conn. Re?., 
Manchester Green, Conn. There were seven children. 

6S13. Freddie B., b. Fel). 6, 1887. d. ^alue day. 

6814. Charles E., b. Jany. 23, 18=^8. 

6815. William C, b. Juue 23, 1889, d. ae. 11 weeks. 

6816. Dwiirht C, b. , d. Sept. 7, 1890, ae. 4 nios. 

10 days. 

6817. Everett John, b. June 19, ]'^'92. d. ae. 4 mos. 

6818. Flor.:nco Way, b. Oct. 19. 1894. 

6819. Bertlia Jane, b. Aug. 19, 1898. 

^ 6417. 

WiUiani Hurt (6043. 58ii;J. 5725. 57i"'4. 13. 1.) b. May 
n, 1862, d. Oct. 23,, 189L ni. l^t, Xov. 1, IS.^7, Mary 



10S3 Mack Genealogy. 

Commerford, b. , d. Xov. , 18SS. He m. 2d. 

, Trina Jensen, b. Nov. 16, ISCS. There was one 

child by second marriage. "Widow res. Staniforxl, Con;i. 

6520. Edna Beulah, b. Aug. 5, 1891. 

6418. 

Mary L. Hunt (6043. 5083. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 
^9, 1864, Colchester, Conn., m. Oct. 20, 1SS3, at Xew- 
burgh, X. Y.. Francis Irving Stearns, b. Aug. 10, 1SG5, 
at ■\ViIlimantic. Conn, (son of X'athan Augustus and 
Julia (Bhmd) Stearns). Kes., Willimantic, Conn. There 
was one child. 

6521. Francis Hunt, b. Mar. 22, 1896, at Willimau- 
tic, Conn. 



&423. 

Dora Irene Ilarger (604S. 5804. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Oct. 23, 1865, m. 1st. ^lay 7, 1890, Sanford B. Campbell. 

b. , Oswego, X. Y., d. :\Iay 10, 1891. She ni. 2d, 

June 23. 1803, Albert D. Canipbo'll, b. . Janesville. 

Wis. Kes.. Rochester. X. Y. (See Xo. 0367.) There 
was one child (adopted). 

6^2 la. Child, b. Doc. 5, 1901, adop^ted. 

6425. 

William Mack Harger (604^. .5804. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. Jany. IS, 1870, m/ , Huby Undorliiil. b. . 

(See Xo. 6369.) Kes., Tippleville. Kan>as. There were 
two chiMren. 

6822. Harry Leroy, b. Xov. , 1897. 

*6^23. Arthur, b. ----, 1>9^. d. Julv , 19'>\ 



Mack; Genfalogy. 10S3 

G426. 

Annettie May Harger {CmS. 5804. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) 
1,. Ffh. 15, 1'57S, m. Deo. 24, 1S95. Fred P.. AVade, b. Jim'e 
_'5, 1S74. . Res., Weir, Kansas.' (See Xo. G370.) Tli-ere 
were three children. 

f;S24. Harry Kirtland, b. Jany. 24, 1S9S. 

(;S25. Keua Luella, b. Aug. 11. 1S99. 

GS2(5. Carrie M., b. June 10, 1902. 

6431. 

Emma L. ^lack (HOol. 5305. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. June 
lu's., Xiaiitic, Conn. There were four children. 
18. 1SG6. ni. Jany. IP, 1SS9, AYillinra L. Beebe, b. . 

GS27. Eiuma Augiista, b. Nov. 19, lS'=-9. 

GS2S. William Orarael, b. Jany. 21, 1S91. 

GS29. Benjamin Mack. b. Aug. 21, l'-^95. 

GS30. Lewi.s, b. Jany. 15, 1S97. 

6433. 

Isabella L. Mack (GOSl. 5805. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) h. ^vlay 

18, 1870. m. , 18'^G, Willey H. Edwards, b. July 30, 

1858. Res., . There were four children. 

0831. IL.rry IL, b. Feb. 3, 18^7, d. Nov. 19. 1898 or 
March 17. 

G"^32. Frank B.. b. r^Iay IS, 1889. 

GS33. William L.. b. June 21. 1^91. 

G834. Ernest :\r., b. May 7, 1S93, d, ^[ar. 11 or 14, 1898. 

6434. 

Lewellyn E. Mack {G051. 5805. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Aug. ;;O.J'-72, m. May 24, 1898, Mary Ellen Powers of 
Portland. Cniin.. )>. July 19. 1^75. Sa-k-ville. Canada. 
Res.. Mi.ldj.t'Avn. Con:;. Ti:cre w;i> one c'lild. 

G835. Lewcllya, b. July 5, 1899. 



1084 Mack Genealogy. 

6440. 

PMward BushncU (C0.V2. 5?n5. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) L. 
Mar. 21, ls75, Ihirtford, Conn., m. June 5, IS'.)^, Annie 

Holmes, b. Ang. , 1S76, IMeiiden, Conn. Kes., 

Essex, Conn. There were two children. 

GS36. Dorothy, b. June 11, ISOl^t. 

6S37. Harriot Milner, b. Nov. 25, 1901. 

6442. 

Bertha A. ^Ir.cl: (G054. 5S05. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 
24, 1S75, ^.leriden, Conn., m. June IS, 1900, John C. Foley, 
b. Nov. 4, ISGO. AVolcott, Conn. He is a tool and die 
maker. Res., New Haven, Conn. 

64J4. 

Anna E. Kiilland (G057. 5S0G. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 

Aug. 2G, ISGG, W'estbruok, Conn., m. June , 1S92, 

Charles A. Clark, b. , 1SG9. Res., }.[erideu. Conn. 

There were two children. 

CS3S. Ruth K., b. Mar. 9, 1S93. Merhlen. Conn. 

6S39. Charles Howard, b. Feb. 13, 1S95, ^leriden. 
Conn. 



6446. 



Hattie May Spohr (Gn5S. 5Si>G. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) b. 
Aug. 19. I'^G'^. d. Oct. S, LS9S, m. Feb. 12, lS9n, Abram F. 
Mack. I). Jany. 21. 1^51, Wethersfkdd, Conn, (^on of 
Henry Loid and Sarah I'l'ainard (Skaats) Mack). He 
is a niaiuifncturi;r of liariicss<'S aTid saddles, Xew Haven, 
• CoLU). There wei'e two children. 

G^4n. 1-i,;;;,, Sp.hr. 1,. F>!). :;. 1-91. Xew Haven, Cunu. 

GS41. Ida Siiii.inan, b. Xov. 1, 1S92, Xew Haven, Conn. 



Mack Genealogy. lOSo 

G447. 

Sanili Kii-tland Stannard ((.lOnn. 5S0G. 57-25. 5704. 13. 1.) 
I). Feb. 2, 1S75, Xew Haven, Cunu., m. Oct. 30, 1S95, A;u-on 
Snow ?»IiIIer. h. Nov. 4, 1S71, Ivorj-tou, Conn. Tiiere 
wvve two children. Kcs., Ivorrtou. 

GS42. Elizabeth Stannard, h. Oct. 20, 1S96. 

6S43. Doris Snow, b. Nov. 1, 1S9S. 

EIGin 11 EXP:R ATIOX. 
6450. 

Mary Gertrnde Jewett (6077. 5S4'l 57.54. 571S. 5702. 13. 
1.) b. f^eb. 12, ISGS, m. Dec. 25, IS^S, Friend Loander 
Jliehardson, b. Feb. 2, 1S51. Tliere were four children. 
l^es., Heart Lake, Pa. 

GS44. Nathan Jewett, b. Oct. 31. 1SS9. 

GS45. Archie Ben, b. Dec. 2, 1S92. 

GS4G. Margaret Salome, b. ]^Iay 27, 1S94. 

GS47. Agnes Gertrude, b. .Mar. IS, 1S9S. 

6451. 

Bailey Kodney Jewett (Gu77. 5S40. 5754. 57 IS. 5702. 13. 
1.) b. Dtc. 2S. 1SG4, ui. June 23, 1891, Hallie ^[ariun Bald- 
win, b. June 21. 1^72. There were four children. 

(iS4S. Charles Nathan, b. .Mar. 22. 1S92. 

GS49. Koy Eugene, b. July 24, 1S93. 

GS50. Rodney Ben.-on, 1). Mar. 15. 1S95. 

GS5I. Marion Hattie, b. Sept. 3, 1S97. 

G452. 

Ben L.v^nn Jewett (G(i77. 5S4i). 5754. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) 
i). .May 25. 1-tN, w.. D^r. 12, ]<'V... .leiiiiie Catt.T.<on. b. 
. There was one child. 

G^.52. Fluvd Lviin. b. .lulv 10, 1897. 



108'6 Mack Genealogy. 

G453. 

Agnes Eliza Jowett (6077. 5840. 577)4. 571S. 5702. 1.3. h) 
b. July 29, 1S70. m. Feb. 1.3, ISOO, David Iloughlau Catter- 
son, b. . There v^-ere three children. 

6553. Harry ^lerle, b. June 13, 1S92. 

6554. Minuie Salome, b. Aug. 4, 1895. 

6555. Mary Jane, b. Xov. 8, 1897. 

G459. 

Jennie ^faria Bardvroll (60S0. 5840. 5754. 5718. 57iJ2. 
13. 1.) b. Sept. 24, 18G7. m. Sept. 24, 1885, Frank H. Krani. 
b. . Res.. . There were three eliildren. 

68oG. Gertrude Annie, b. J any. 30, 1887. 

GS57. Eodney Bardwell. b. April 30, 1893. 

0858. ^labelle Elizabcth,b. Feb. 9, 1899. 

6460. 

Eodney Jewctt Bardwell (GOSO. 5840. 5754. 5718. 57i)2. 
13. 1.) b. Aug. 17. 1870, m. Fel). 2G. 1000, Iva ^I. Siieruird. 
b. . Ees., Denver. Colo. There was one child. 

6850. F\-a Gertrude, b. Doc. 2, 1000. 

&4G4. 

Bessie :\Iay Sterling (Gi'83. 5^41. 57.54. 571S. 5702. l."^. 
l.y b. June 22. l^GO. Gaines. X. Y., ni. Dec. 21. 1897. Bev. 
Louis Alva Pickett, b. Aug. 20. isGG. (See Xo. C:n7.) 
Res., Triangle, X. Y. There was one chil.L 

6.8G0. Chester Hamilton, b. ^[av 17, 1000, Triangle. 



6466. 



.\lfrcd Jarvi^ Skinr.cr i0^^s. 5^41. 5754. 571.^. 5" 
13. 1.) b. Xov. IG, 1873, m. July 22, 189ti. Lislieth Ek. 



Mack Genealogy. 1087 

.Jerome, b. Oct. 31, 1874-. Kos., Knowlesville, N. Y. (See 
N'o. G;>19.) There -was one cliilrl. 
GSGl. Mildred Elizabeth, b. July 25, 1S'J7. 

6478. 

AVillard Henry ColYron (G]1G. 5SG4. 5757. 571S. 5702. 
13. 1.) b. :Mar. 5, ISGl, BrockAvay, Mich., in. June 1, 1SS7, 

at Washington, D. C, .Jennie PH. Kutherford, b. . 

He is a phy.siciau. There were five children. 

GSG2. Willard IL. b. ^lar. 20, ISSS, Washington, D. C. 

CSG3. Eutherfo.-d, b. ^lar. 17, ISOO, Saginaw, Mich. 

6SG4. Robert Kedzu, b. June 10, 1S'J2, Washington, 
H. C. 

GS'Gj. Jennett, b. Aug. 15. 1S94, Washington, D. C. 

GSG6. , b. April 9, 1902, Grindstone City, Mich. 

6479. 

Alvan Bacon Coft'ron (GllC. 5SG4. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 
1.) b. June IS, 1SG3, BrocUay, ^lich.. m. Feb. 4, 1S91, 
Mary Alice Stewart, b. Mar. 7, 1SG5, Quebec, Out. He is 
a farmer. There were three children. 

CS67. Daisy Lulu. b. OA. 8, 1895, Burlington, [Mich. 

6SG8. Elizabeth Cecil, b. Sept. 23, 1898, Burlington, 
Mich. 

G8G9. Robert Stewart, b. April 18, 190(1, B.urlington, 
-Mich. 



6481. 

Daniel L.^ander Coffron (GUG. 5SG4. 5757. 5718. 5702. 
13. 1.) b. June 5, 1SG7, North i'.ranch, Mich., ni. at Dray- 
ton Plaijjs^ Mich., June 10, 1897, Gertrude Van Sycle, b. 
. He i,. a vi,,lini<t. Th.crc v,-:!s one .hi'd. 

6870. Dewey L.. b. .hine 11, 18;)9, Grand. Rapids, Mich. 

[60] 



1088 Mack Genealogy. 

64S2. 

Eva Drusilla Coffron (GllC. 5SGi. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 
1.) b. June 17, ISG'J, m. Nov. 2S, ISSS, Walter -K'eid, b. 
. There were two children. 

6571. Lloyd W., b. April 17, 1S90, North Branch, 
Mich. 

6572. Vera Gertrude, b. Sept. 7, 1S93, North Branch, 
Mich. 

64S3. 

John Birge Coffron (6116. 5S64. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 
1.) b. April 19, 1S72, North Branch, Mich., m. Nov. 5, 

1S95, at Lapeer City, Mich., x\nna Cargill, b. . 

He is a fanner. There were three children. 

6573. Mae Opal, b. Sept. 14, 1S96, Burlington, ^lich. 
GS74. William AVallaee, b. Dec. 14, 1S9S, Burlington, 

Mich. 

6S75. Iva Minerva, b. June 7, 1901, Burlinglon, Mich. 



6-1S4. 

. Fannie Elmira CoiTron (GllG. 55G4. 5757. 571S. 5702. 
13. l.) b. April 17. 1.^73. m. :Jn.r. If!, ]S97, at Drayton 

Plains, Mich., Truuuiu II. Glover, b. . There v.-a^ 

one child. 

6S7G. Faimic Edith, b. Sept. 23, 1900, North Branch, 
Mich. 



6499. 

AIl)crt Thorne Swift (G12(i. 5SG4. 5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 
l-fir Nov. 1.-,. 1,^74. w'v.v AVaync. Mirli., ni. Feb. 10. I'i'.i^. 

Su>ie A. Southard, b. Feb. , 1S75. They ri---i.;'.-' 

Lansing. Mich., where ho is General Agent for an Insur- 



Mack. Ge.vealogv. 10S9 

niK-e Co. He graduated in ISOO. from ^Michigan Agricul- 
tural College, aud l^oth -u-cre ttu'lenti there. Tiiore were 
two children. 

CvS77. Norma Southard, b. Sept. 20, 1S99, Lansing, 
Mich. 

GS78. Deah Leuore, b. Dec. 20, 1900, Ilarbor Springs, 
.Mich. 

6505. 

William Fosdick Chamborlaiu (C122. .5^r;n. .5757. 571S. 
5702. 13. 1.) b. Feb. 20, 1S7(), IJamJolph, X. Y., m. Oct. 9, 
1894, :Nfinnie Hannah, b. Xov. 2"^, 1S70. Kes., Dayton, 
Ohio. There was one child 

6.S79. Hannah, b. Oct. 4, 1900. 



6510. 



Otis Orson Potter (6127. 5^67. 5757. 571S. 57i)2. 1.3. 1.) 
b. Oct. 3, 1SC9, m. June 19, 1«S7. Minnie Pearl Path!)urn, 
b. . There were two children; also one adopted. 

6550. Jesse William, b. ^[ar. l.S, 1S97. 

6551. Ellis ^rertin, b. Aug. 4, 1S9^. 

6SSla. Gladys Ursal, b. Mar. 4, 1902. (Adopted.) 

G513. 

:\Iary Myrtle Potter (C127. 5-67. 5757. 571?. 5702. 13. 
1.) b. July 17, 1S77, m. May 2ii, l^OS, Cliarles Ethan 
Tulibs, b. . There were tu-o children. 

GSS2. Fcrnie AIi(-e, b. Oct. S. 1! en. 

6SS3. Marvin i^oy, b. July 3. 19i)2. 

6519. 
Elmer Burtrun Bramau (i'>12-^. 5--('i7. 5757. 571S. 5702. 



1090 Mack Genealogy. 

13. 1.) b. Jany. 2, 1S71, m. Oct. 31, 1804, Pearl St. Clair, 

b. ^. lies., . There was one child. 

6SS4. Elwiu Orsou, b. Aug. 2, 1901. 

~ - 6521. 

Emma Lauretta Braman (6128. 5SG7. 5757. 571S. 5702. 
13. 1.) b. June 7, 1S75, m. Jany. 20, 1S9S, Eolaud G. 
Iiorke, b. ■. lies., - — . There was one child. 

6585. Harold ^laynard, b. June 24, 1901. 

6536. 

John W. Nobles (6131. 5367. 5757. 571S. 5702. 13. 1.) b. 

June 11, 1877, m. Nov. 1, 1900, Ida Holtz, b. . 

There was one child. 

6586. Gertrude E., b. Sept. 15, 1901. 

6538. 

Dora L. Braman (6133. 5SG7. 5757. 5718. 5702. 13. 1.) 
b. Ai-ril 25, ISSO, m. Mar. 2, 1901, Charles W. Hurt, b. 
. There was one child. 

6887. Son, b. Oct. 23, 1901. 

6548. 

Elizabeth Lorina IIotYuian (6137. 5SG8. 5757. 5718. 57ii2. 
13. 1.) b. Sept. 13, 1SG8, m. Nov. 24, 1887, Elmore I'-Hr- 

ker Young, b. . lies., . There were two 

children. 

6888. Lysle Gerald, b. Dec. 25. 1892. 
68S9. Azelea Liudcll, b. July 6, 1895. 

6549. 

Esther A-atha ITolTman (G137. 5>(;8. 5757. 5718. 57"2. 
13. 1.) 1.. Aug. 14, 1871), HI. June 5, 1894, Adam Uepler. li. 



Mack Genealogy. 1091 

. Kes., Pardeevillo, Wis. There were two diildrea. 

GS9<>. :NLixwell Chandler, b. Jnny. 14, 1897. 
GS91. Harold Emersou, b. Mar. 13, 160S. 

6551. 

Gertrude Rose Hoffman (G1.37. 5S6S. 5757. 571 S. 5702. 
13. 1.) b. June 19, 1S74, m. April G, 1S9S, Carl Porter, b. 
. Ives., . There was one child. 

CS92. Colby Arthur, b. Nov. 2, 1S99. 

6553. 

Leota Adderene Hoffman (G137. 5SGS. 5757. 571S. 5702. 

13. 1.) b. Feb. 2S, 1S7S, m. June 5, 1891, Tunnison, 

b. . Ees., . There was one child. 

6S93. Lawrence, b. Dec. 2, 1901. 



6562. 

Louis Heeler Peek, M. D. (6154. 5S7G. 5759. 5719. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Sept. 3, 1SG9, Port Byron, X. Y., m. June 27, 1895, 
Nettie May Settle, h. ]\ray G, 1S71. He graduated June, 
1892, from Medical College, Syracuse University, and 
has practised medicine since then in Syracuse, N. Y. 
There was one child. 

6S94. Marion Hilda, b. April 12, 1S9S. 

6564. 

Louise Peck (G155. 5S7G. 5759. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Sept. 
12, 1872, Kalamazoo, Mich., m. June 5, 1894, Alonzo L. 
Funstou, b. Sept. IS, 1SG9. Pes., Crijiiile Creek, Colo. 
Tliere were two children. 

689,1. P.frnioe, b. Ajiril 2G, 18'.\5. CvIp].].^ Cro.'k. Cr.In. 

GS9f;. Clarence haigene, b. July G, 18'.)-^, (.'ripi)Ie Creek, 
Colo. 



1092 Mack Genealogy. 

6565. 

Fredorick Eugene Peck (G155. 5S76. 5759. 5719. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Sept. 29, 1S75, Port Byron, X. Y., m. Dec. 24. 
1S99, Ellen Peterson, b. Mar. 25, 1S7S. Pes., Cripple 
Creek, Colo. There wa.^ one cliiliL 

CS97. Alice, b. Dec. IG, 1900, Cripple Creek, Colo. 

6575. 

Ardiur Hyrilop Pauney (GIGO. 5S79. 57G0. 5719. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Jiuiy. 2G, 1S70, m. Xov. 13, 1S90, Marlon D. Dy- 
ers, b. . Pes., — . There were three children. 

CS9S. A-nt-s J., b. Sent. i:>, 1S91. 

GS99. Nina .AL, b. Mar! 14, 1S94. 

6900. Marion M., b. Mar. 26, 1S97. . - 

6576. 

Nettie Damaris Ranney (G160. 5S79. 5700.5719. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Oct. 14. 1S71, m. Dec. 2S, 1S93, Amnziah A. Den- 
ham, h. . Pes., . There were two children. 

G901. Pali>li Franklin, b. Nov. 2S, 1S95. 

6902. Clarence A., b. Mar. 30, 1S97. 

65S0. 
Phylana Bell Panney (OliU. 5^79. 57G0. 5719. 5704. L". 
1.) ij. Dec. 31 >. 1S71, Phelps, N. Y., ni. June 23, 1S90, Albert 

L. Keuuau, b. . Pes., . There were two 

children. 

6903. Ada Dell, b. M-.u: 22, 189G, Paw Paw, Mich. 

6904. Albert P'aiiney. b. Dec. S, 1900, Midnapure, 
India. 

G5S7. 
l']dna Louise Drcman (Gir,;. -j'^SO. 57GO. 5719. 5704. 13. 



Mack Genealogy. 1093 

1.) b. Nov. 19, 1S74, m. Sept. 27, 1S99, Walter II. Dayton, 

I). — . Kes., . There was one cliild. 

G905. Newell Deeman, b. June 2S, 1900. . - 



6G07. 

Elizabeth Donaldson (G1S3. 5SS7. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 

].) b. , d. , m. , R. AValsh, b. . 

There wa.s one child. 

G9i)G. Charles, b. . 



6609. 

Lillie Donaldson (GlSo. 5SS7. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. , m. , Philip W. Bittner, b. . There 

were two children. 

6907. Evelyn, b. . 

690S. Dorothy, b. . 

' 6614. 

Anna Lucretia Diraock (619-2. 5S>S. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 
1.) b. April 26, ISGG, m. .Tune 17. L<S5, Charles C. Pardee, 
b. . Kes., Phelps, X. Y. 'i'liere were two children. 

6909. Lena Francos, b. Oct. 11, IP^G. 

6910. Mary Ethel, b. Xo%-. S, ISSS. 

6615. 

Kate Ilolbrook Dimock (G192. 5^SS. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Deo. G, 1SG7. m. Dec. 24. ISSl, Edwin Simon 

Kregloh, b. . Res., Pheljis, X. Y. There were two 

children. 

691t- AVillis Dimock. b. Feb. IG. l.ccq. 

6912. Kdiia Eli-a'icth, h. Xuv. 21. L>^9. 



1094 Mack Genealogy. 

6616. 

Floya Bannister Coates (6193. 5>^S0. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Oi't. G, 1S61, m. June 24, 1885, Kathetiue Sto.'k- 
dale, b. Jany. 12, 1SG7. Res., Battle Creek, Mich. There 
were five children. 

6913. Floyd Stockdale, b. Sept. 4, 1SS6. 

6914. Mary Jeanette, b. Aug. IS, ISSS. 

6915. George Donald, b. Dec. 6, 18,S9. 
691 G. Katherine Anne, b. Sept. 5, 1S91. 
6917. Frances Elizabeth, b. April 14, 1S9S. 

6617. 

Lemuel Lee Coates (6193. 5SS9. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) 
b. Nov. 1, 1SG3, m. Sept. 4, 1S96, ^Minnie Bacon, b. Ajiril 

12, 1871. Res., Spartii, Mich. There was one child. 
691S. Sidney Bannister, b. June 16, 19u0. 

6619. 

James W. Bannister (6194. 5SS9. 5761. 5719. 5704. 13. 
1.) b. April 26, ISGS, m. 1st, May 20, 1892, Nannie H. JIol- 
verstadt, b. June 26, 1871, Dearborn Co., lud., d. June 
1, 1894, Los Gatos, Cal. He ra. 2d, Aug. 20, 1895, Martha 
Lcnnnon, b. Dec. 18, 1878, Weatliciford, Texas. Resided 
Los Gatos, Cal. There was one child by fir.-t marriage. 

6910. Pauline Kliza, b. June 2G, 1893, Helena, Mon- 
tana. 

There were three children ])y second marriage. 

6920. Roy. b. June 2G, 189G. 

6921. Dorothy May, b. Sept. 1, 1898. 

6922. Kli D., b. Sept. 28, 1900. 

6620. 

Henry I'.annisler Whitney (Gr.)i;. Tj'^^O. 57G1. 5719. 57'.i4. 

13. 1.) 1). June 11, 18(;8. m. .lanv. 11, 1893, F.nmia Mae 



Mack. Genealogy. 1095 

Bisliop, b. :May 30, 1S70. Res., . There wa:^ one 

child. 

G922a. Edna Bishop, h. April 22, 1S97. 



G625. 



Alice A. Douglass (C2()0. 5S90. 57G1. 5719. 5704. 1?>. 1.) 
b. Feb. 24, 1SG5, m. ^[ar. 11, 1899, Lewis C. Lincoln, b. 
June S, 1SG6. Res., Canandaigua, X. Y. There is one 
child. 

6923. Ilenrj- Douglass, b. May 10, 1901. 

6676. 

Kate Koon (62S7. 5919. 5767. 5719. 5704. 13. 1.) b. Dec. 
24, 1S74, m. June 14, 1S9S, Charles C. Borcy, b. Jime 14, 
1S64. Res., . There was one child. 

6924. Martin Koon, b. April 25, 1899. 

6677. 

Arthur Van De ^[ark (G2S7. 5919. 57G7. 5719. 5704. 13. 
1.) b. Sept. 1, 1S77, m. Nov. 20, 1S9S, Katie Godsey, b. 
June 12, 1S79. Res., . There uas one child. 

G925. Verjrie, b. Julv 28, 1900. 



6759. 

Jessie Brewster Wallace (G379. 61)21. 5799. 5725. 5704. 
13. 1.) b. Oct. 22, 1S76, d. Jany. 28, 19()4, ra. Oct. 27. 1S92, 
Charles Clifford Williamson, b. April 27, 1SG8, BloomS- 
bury, X. J. lies., I'hilipsburg, Pa. There was one child. 
• 6926. Melba A., b. Aug. 28, 1895. 

6760. 
Mary Agnes Wallace (G379. Gri2l. 5799. 5725. 5704. 13. 



1096 Mack Genealogy. 

1.) b. June 2, ISSO, m. , George W. Swan, b. . 

Res., Essex, Conn. There wns one child. 
G927. George Uewey, b. June 24, 1S99. 

6769. 

William Rowland Bannister (6391. 602.3. 5799. 5725. 
5704. 13. 1.) b. Mar. 10, 1S74, Meridon, Conn., ni. Oct. 20, 
1S97, Mary C. Higln-, b. Mar. 1, 1S77. Res., Meriden, 
Conn. There were two children. 

692S. Grace Esther, b. Xov. 3, 1S9S. 

6929. Rowland Higby, b. Aug. 5, 1S99. 

67SS. 

Elizabeth Perkins (6404. 6033. 5S00. 5725. 5704. 13. 1.) 

b. ifay 19, 1S7S, Essex, Conn., ra. , Edward C. 

Piersou of Essex, Conn., b. April IS, 1S72. Res., New 
Haven, Conn. There were two children. 

6930. "William Randolph, b. Nov. 25, 1S97. 

6931. Maurice, b. Sept. S, 1900. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

Page 25, No. 2. ilrs. Abigail Dun.<iil should read 
Davis. She was Abigail Fox (dau. of Isaac, gr. dau. of 
Thomas), b. Mar. 11, 16S1-2, [Nfedford, .Mass., and re- 
moved with her parents to New London, Cnnn., after 1693. 

Page 26, No. 20. He m. Feb. 20, 1740-1, Mehitablf 
Smith. Had a son, .John. 

Pago 26, No. 23. She m. , a Brockway. 

Page 26. No. 26. She m. , a Sartelie. 

Page 2^, No. IS. Alugail Da\ is was dau. of her hn<- 
baiiil's stci.motlii-r. 

Pa-o 2<. X.). :c,. Eydla Afa-'k m. , .Tdhn Cii.-tia 

at Lmiu'. Conn., and went to Mailnw. N. IT. 



Mack Genealogy. 1097 

Johu Gustin, Jr., m. , Esther Way. Their dau., 

Lydia Gustm, m. , iu Stansteail, Capt. John Gil- 
man, and tJifir dau., Sarah H. Gihnan, m. , A., T.' 

Fo.ster of Derby Line, XL, and tlieir daughter, Harriet 
Foster, b. ^lay 16, 1S34, \n. Frank }sl. ilawes, and they 
reside Somerville, ]\[ass. 

Page 45, No. r22r. ^Irs. Ann E. B. Mack d. Feb. 13, 
1904.^ 

Page 140, No. 494. Ambrose 0. Smilli d. Feb. 9, 1904. 

Page 231, No. 52G. Feb. 5, 1903, is date of Mrs. Pock's 
death-not Prof. Pec'k. 

Page 2S0, No. 113S. He d. Dec. 17, 1903; -w-as m. 
Nov. 19, 1903. Res., Dowagiae, ]\Iich. 

Page 314, No. S9o. Mrs. Fannie B. Hayes d. Jauy. 17, 
1904." 

Page 327, No. 1440. Son, b. Aug. 31, 1903. ' 

Page 32S, No. lOGSc. :\[rs. Dorothea A. Eej-uolds d. 
Aug. 13, 1903. 

Pagey 330, No. 1461. Should be Daryl Enid. 

Page 336. Add after 1500. 1500a. Elmer Olin, b. Nov. 
14, 1903. 

Page 359, No. 173S. John Ira Hutchinson, b. Feb. 2S, 
1S33, omitted by publishers. 

Page 373, No' 1733. Kiai Strickland, M. D.. died Dee. 
5, 1903. 

Page 3S6, No.lSG4. Mrs. Laura H. Ruggles d. Sept. 
3, 1903. 

Page 414, No. 2231. Son should be daughter. 

Page 520, No. 2S95. Orsmus should be Orsemus. 

Page 590, No. 3228. She d. Oct. 20, 1903. 

Page 594, No. 3243a. Zilpha A., b. Sept. 29, 1S50, Aiu- 
tab, Syria, d. there Oct. 7, IS.'jO. 

Page G39, No. 2721. George N. Cone, m., 5th, Aug. 19, 
190.3, Jiujnie L.Johnson. 

Pa-e GC^. N... 3G43. 1?. S. D.-nnis d. Mar. 7, 19iU. 



1098 Mack Genealogy. 1 

(From Uartford Courant, ^lar. S, 1904.) j 

Rodney Strong Drnnis, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. j 
Kodiicy Dennis of this city, died at his home in Xcw York 
last evening of pneumonia, with which he was stricken on | 
Wednesday last. lie seemed to re.sist the disease until 
yesterday morning, when he suffered a sinking turn, from 
which he failed to recover. His relatives in tliis city were 
notified of his condition and his sister, Mrs. Ealph AV. 
Cutler, and Mr. Cutler, went to New York on the G:l)."i ■ 
train last evening. Miss Plertha Dennis, another sister, 1 
arrived in New York Saturday from a winter's trip which | 
she had made to the AVest Indies. I 

Rodney Strong Dennis was born in this city and was j 
about thirty-six years of age. His youth was passed here 
and he was educated at the South School and at the High 
School, graduating there in the chiss of 1SS6. After leav- 
ing school he was for a time a clerk in the Hartford Trust 
Company, and from there he went to Memphis, Teuu., 
where he was employed in a banking house. About twelve 
years ago he went to New Y^ork and established himself 
in business as a general accountant. He was especially 
skilled in financial and mercantile accounts and his ser- 
vices in this line of business were greatly sought after. 

Soon afterwards he entered the firm of Patterson. 
Steele & Dennis, a connection which he maintained ur.til 
his death. The finn is one of the largest of its kind in tlie 
country. Its principal ofrice is in Broad Street, New 
York, and it has branches in Boston and Baltimore. Its 
specialty is the examination of accounts, with especial 
attention to banks, trust companies and railways. 

'V\T[ien "William L. Strong was elected [Mayor of Nesv 
York in ISO."), he appointenl Afr. Dennis Commissioner of 
Accounts and the hitter's si)ecinl knowledge of the vrork 
whi^h the position called for was of the highest value to 
tli(- n-foi-m r.dniiiiistratinii. Hf Vv-:;s ri nephew of Mv- ^r 
Slron£;'s niid lii-^ miildle name was given him hwaiise of 
tills rclationshiii. 



Mack Genealogy . 1099 

;Mr. Deunis leaves a wife, who was Miss Cec'ilc Millais 
of this city, aud two chilclreu, a daiigliter aud a son. lie 
also leaves three sisters, ]Mrs. Ralph W. Cutler and Miss 
iJertha Dennis of this city and Mrs. Charlotte Dennis 
Little of New York. 

Page 602, Xo. 37S0. He m. Oct. 7, ]903, Grace Ade- 
laide Bradley. 

Page 745, Xo. 3240. Spelling of name should be 
Maude. 

Page 7GC, Xo. 331C. He d. ^.lar. 15, 1904. 

Page S2D, Xo. 3975. Leslie E. liobbiris should be Les- 
lie E. Preston. 

Page S32, Xo. 4103. Frank X. Bush should be Bush. 

Page S32, X'o. 4112. Aim !^L James should be Janes. 

Page 918, Xo. 5635. Erase "There were two children." 

Page 1004, side Xo. 6215. "They reside," etc., should 
have been on the next line. 

Page 1016, Xo. 5955 and page 1040, Xo. 60S3, refer to 
Ellen Elizabeth Sterling, bom in Brooklyn, Penn., Sept. 
6, 183G; died of pleuro-pueumonia, in Gaines, X. Y., March 
24, 1904; eldest of the three daugliters of the late Alfred 
AVolcott aud Elizabetii (Jewett) ]^Iack, of Barre, X. Y. 
On Jan. 1, 1868, she married Eugene S. Sterling of West 
Gaines, who with two children, Bessie :\L (^Irs. L. A. Pi('k- 
ctt), of Weedsport. X. Y., aud Albert ^lack, of Syracuse, 
N. Y., survive her. 

Mrs. Sterling's father was of Scotch descent and a 
great-grandson of Roger AVolcott, an early Governor of 
Connecticut; her mother was a descendant of George Fo.x, 
founder of Quakerism, aud she cherished a modest pride 
and life-long interest in her ancestry. 

From her ])arcnts she inherited a deeiily religions 
nature (a letter written to her graiidmfither when she was 
17, at tlie time of her conversion, is ^tili preservetl) and 
while Tier pliv.-ical strength would not p(M-mit of ro-idar 
churcli aliendance, her whole life was OTie groat ju-ayer 
to the God in whom she had so sincere a belief. 



1100 Mack Genealogy. 

Her attitude toward all things good and clean and 
wholesome, was one of reverence. Her mind was con- 
stantly employed in thoughts for the comfort and happi- 
ness of others; her tired hands were always endeavor- 
ing to brighten the life of some one of those she loved; her 
soul had that quiet and repose and resignation that oiily 
God's earthly angels can possess. 

She was a gifted correspondent: her letters being beau- 
tiful examples of that rare faculty of expression. In her 
earlier years she wrote many poems of merit which were 
printed in the magazines and publications of that period. 

bhe possessed a great affection for all material things 
associated with tliose she loved and among her personal 
effects were a nmltitude of simple objects, each of which 
recalled to her some loved one, some moment of hap- 
piness, some cherished incident in her life. 

For the many who moura her and those few whose 
hearts were most closely bound to hers, there is the feel- 
ing that this most perfect example of a Christian life 
beckons them to tlie beautiful hereafter, where she has met 
those loved ones who have preceded her and where she 
awaits in sweet confidence, the coming of those dearest 
to her lo\'ing heart, that she has left behind. 

Page 1017, No. 631S; also j.age 1040, No. G4G5. Add 
There was one child. Elizabeth Suissal)elle, b. Jany. 17, 
19W. 

Page 1020. No. 0345. William G. ^faek. d. Jany. 7, 190.-3. 

Page 10G7, No. G314. Name Heyes in two places should 
be Heyers. 

Page 10S3, No. G431. Trausjiose the 2d and 3d lines. 

From Printed Records of Concord, Mass. 

CUiidreu of John .Alack an<l Sardi (Bagly) Mack: 

1. Sarah, b. 2_M day of .".th month, li;<4. 

2. Klizabetli. b. 2<t"h Oct.. IGSG. 

3. Lvdi:u b. 2^th .Mav, IGSO. 



Mack Genealogy. 1101 

4. Josiali, b. IGth Dec., 1691. 

5. Orlando, b. 16th ilay, 1693. 
C. Jonathan, b. igth Feb., 1696. 

The following has been handed in by a descendant: 
Peterson, Mack. I will make the ai)i)areut confusion 
clear to S. B. F. First: Linn, Conn., and Maroh, as a[)- 
peared in my reply in issue of Oct. 21, 1903, were mis- 
prints for Lyme, Conn., and ^Marah, resulting from my 
careless writing. In that issue I gave the place and date 
of tlie birth of John (1) Mack's children. The John Mack 
of will (at Lpne), 1721, which mentions "wife Sarah," 
was John (1) Mack, who marrietl Sarah Bagley at Salis- 
luiry, Mass. The John Mack of will of Dec. 12, 1734, was 
their son, John (2), born at Salisbury, Mass., April 29, 
1GS2. He had two wives; first, married at Lyme, Love 
Benuet, bom at Lyme, March 19, 1GS5-6, daughter of 
Henry and Sarah (Champion) Bennet. died Jan. 25, 1732- 

3. He married second. May 4, 1733, widow Abigail (Fox) 
DavTs, daughter of Isaac (2) Fox (Thomas 1) of Con- 
cord, born at Medford, Mass., March 11, 16S1-2; removed 
with her parents to Xew London, Conn., after 1693. 

John (2) ]\rack and wife Sarah had eleven children, 
possil)ly twelve, as follows: Sarah, born Oct. 10, 1704, 

married , Joseph Sterling; Phebe, born 'Mny 2S, 

1707, mai-ried — , Lewis; Elizabeth, born Feb. 

4, ] 712-13; married Dec. 24, 1727-2S, Jonathan Peed; 
Patience, born April 3, 1714. married A|)ril 24, 1632. 
Pichard Hayes; Ebonczer, born Feb. 24, 1716, married, 
Dec. 23, 1736, Abigail Davis, daughter of widow Abigail 
Davis (his stepmother) ; Lydia, born June 4, 171?, mar- 
ried, Feb. S, 1737-S, John Wood; John, born April 26, 
1720, married Feb. 20, 1740-1, ^lehitabel Smith; Ezra. 

Itoru April 1, 1722. married , died before 1775 

(three ^us) ; Xeliemiah. born Jan. 5, 1723-4, married Feb. 
15, 1749, Euni.'L' pLM-kwitl. ; K-\]'av. boni Xr,v. 3i>, 1725, 
married , Brockwav; Iluzekiah. born Jan. 



ir02 Mack Genealogy. 

20, 1728, married Nov. 14, 1751, Rachel Church; he died 
Oct. 17, 1755, at Lake George and she married, second, 
David Brockway; Dorothy, born Dec. 11, 172'J; Elizabeth, 
born April 21, 1734 (daughter of eecond wife Abigail 
), married — Sartoll. 

The date of first Elizabeth's birth must be an error, for 
she married Jonathan Reed in 1722, and their sou Jona- 
than was born Se})t. 17, 1723. 

The will of John Mack of Sept. 22, 1775 ,was of John 
Mack (3) above, who married Mehitabel Smith. 

The Deacon Josiali Mack referred to was Josiah (2) 
(John 1), born at Concord, Mass., Dec. 16, 1693, removed 
with his father to L>nne, Conn., before Dec. 8, 1697 ; mar- 
ried , Abigail Peterson, daughter of Henry and 

Marali ( ) Peterson of Ljme. (Since my reply of 

Oct. 21, 1903, I have satisfied myself beyond any question 
that Abigail Peterson was the only wife of Josiah 2 
Mack). They lived first at L\ine, where probably daugh- 
ters, Ruth, Sarah and ]\Iary, and, possibly, Elizabeth were 
born. They removed about 1720 to Hebron, Conn., where 
he died. The births of six of his children are recorded 
there, viz.: Josiah, Elisha, John, Esther, Lydia and Abi- 
gail; his brother Orlando (2) settled and died at Hebron 
and the births of his ten children are there recorded. 

The estate of Mrs. Love ]\Iack referred to, was the sep- 
arate estate of John (2) Mack's first wife, Love Bennet. 

The statement made in vol. i., "American xVncestry, ' ' 
page 51, of a Deacon Josiah 'Slack, who "came from Scot- 
land about 1G80, and settled in Lyme, Conn., where ho 
died," has been clearly disproved. The tract of tln' 
"Faithful Steward," the sketch of the life of Colonel 
David Mack (Elias 3, Josiah 2, John 1), I think, is largely 
responsible for the error quoted. No such jierson existed, 
the i\iack immigrant was John (1), born March 6, 1G5", 
came from Invernesj^, Scotland, in IGCD. settled at Salis- 
bury, Mc\ss., married there April 5, IGSl, Sarah Bagley. 



Mack Genealogy. 1103 

removed between April 20, lfiS2, and July 22, IGSJr, to 
("oncoid, Mass.; removed between Fel). 29, 1695-G, and 
Deo. S, 1G97, to Ljine, Conn., where he died Feb. 24, 1721. 
The Peter Person, who married al)0ut 17i)9, Lydia (2) 
^fack (John 1), appears sometimes as "Peterson," and 
it is sometimes conjectured that he was a relative of 
Henry Peterson, father of Abigail. Henry Peterson and 
wife, Marah, it has been said, went to Xew Jersey. I 
would like to know if this is true. Lydia (2) Mack Person 
died "ye last of Fe1)ruary, 1716" (171G-17), leaving three 
children, Phebe, Samuel and Lydia. Peter Person mar- 
ried, second. Mary Lord, and third, Martha Peck. 

S. M. F. 



[70J 



INDEX 



^^dv-W^^A 



No. 1. John :\ra('k, tlie Emi- 
grant 17. 

2. John Jr. IS. 23. 25. 

3. Sarali IS. So. S7. 

4. Elizabeth IS. 341. 

343. 

5. Lydia IS. 309. 401. 

6. Josiah IS. 403. 405. 

7. Orlando IS. S57. 859. 



S. Ebenezer IS. S79, 

SSI. 
9. Marah IS. 925. 926 

10. RebeccalS. 927. 92S 

11. Joanna 18. 929. 930, 

12. Deborah 18. 931. 932, 

13. Jonathan 18. 933, 

935. 



Abbe, Lucy E. 250. 
Abbott, Luther SS9. 

Lydia E. M. SS9. 
Abel!, Andrew ,1. 775. 

Byron 775. 

Edna E. 775. 

Harry W. 775. 

Helen T. 775. ' 
Aliorn, Lydia S. 276. 

Sarah E. 276. 774. 

William S. 276. 
Abrams, Ella C. 395. 839. 

Frank 395. 840. 

Frank AV. 381. 395. 781. 
839. 

Hetta H. 3S1. 781. 

Jessie 395. 840. 

Mab^l 395. 840. 

William 7S1. 

William A. 3S1. 
Ackert, Lucinda 791. 



Aekley, Asa 99. 
Benjamin 99. 
Catharine G. 298. 
Edwin C. 298. 
Elijali 325. 326. 
Elizabeth 99. 
Elizabeth 8. 99. 
Ellen L. 29S. 
Enoch 325. 
Eveline C. 120. 194. 
Frances G. 298. 
George 298. 
Grace E. 326. 
Helen H. 325. 
Howard 298. 
Howard P. 298. 
Jedidah490. 
Jeremiah 325. 
Jo::;epli O. 120. 
Liu'indn 35. 
Matilda C. 100. 



. 1106 

Noah 325. 
Oliver 09. Kio. 
Polly 100. 
Rebecca 100. 
Ruth 119. 
Sally 99. 
Sarah H. 32.j. 
Sojihia S. li'O. 
Snsan S. 100. 
Temperauee S. 120. 
Thaukful 97. 
Wallace II. 2!iS. 
Adams, Al.igail 72(1. SGI. 
Deborah 14:;. 
Delia M. 603. 
Dr. 1016. 
Emma X. 157. 
Helen ]\I. 332. 
John Q. 111. 
Joseph 143. 
Martha L. 292. 
]\Iary 290. 
^lercy 40. 
Rev. 157. 224. 
Sally 143. 
Thomas SS. 91. 
Zelinda 90(). 
Agard, Arthur i:. Q]^, 
Catherine P.. Soil. 
Catherine M. S09. 
Christine :\IcCr. S54. 
Edn-in S. 6GS. SlO. 
Elizabeth B. SlO. 
Florence E. 810. 
iTarry P,. SlO. 
Helen ^r.-d.s.Vi. 
Katherine 676. 



Lvi 



Lilla S. 810. 
INIaria S. 504. CCJ. 
Clarion P. SlO. 
^lary 1^. 809. 
Olin H. 6(;8. 
Ransel II. 504. 667. 
Sarah P>. SlO. 
William A. 66S. 676 8 

810. 
William II. 809. S54. 
Agas\;iz, Louis Prof. 571, 
Aker, Edward W. 1072. 
Levi B. 1072. 
ilary :SI. 1072. 
Sarah E. 1072. 
Albee, Semira 891. 
j Alcott, Samuel 236. 
I Alden, John 70S. 
■* Aldemian, Addie G. 365. 
' Andrew 365. 
Arthur M. 365. 
Berton G. 365. 
Charles 365. 
Clarissa 140. 364. 
Cora 365. 
Daniel 140. 
Edson 365. 
Ella 365. 
Emily B. 365. 
Francis R. 365. 
George 365. 
Grace 365. 
Plarn,- 3Go. 
Helen E. 365. 
Hr,wa r.l 3(;5. 
• K'luiic ( ). 365. 
John ^r. 365. ■ 



Index 



1107 



.(ulia S. niJS. 

LiK'lla lUu). 

Lydia 15. :M\o. 

.Mabel P. 305. 

iMaria I. 365. 

Minnie 3(55. 

Nancy 140. 

Nellie P. 365. 

Kollaud 365. 

Komeo 305. 

Sarali P. 365. 

AValter 365. 
Alexander. Betsey AV. S8J. 

Charlotte 52. 75. 

Dr. 1016. 
Allen, A.. J. Dr. •2-25. 

Ada B. 821. 

Albert F. 373. 

Alice B. 683. 

Eva S. 683. 

Gladys H. 821. 

Henry S. 821. 

James 683. 

Jesse 683. 

Kathrine 845. 

Maiy S. 083. 

Miranda S. 373. 

Xancy 121. 

Sarah 226. 
Ailing, E. B. 047. 

E. T. 646. 647. 
Alt, Georire 383. 783. 

^lary^T. 3S3. 7S3. 
Alvoi-d,.Louis;a ^l. 683. 

w. r.. :>::. 

Aluortli, K'arliel 106. 
Aniback, Aiiiv 84(5. 



Bradford 846. 

Clay S. 84(i. 

Henry J. 84(;. 

Leonoi-a S4(;. 

:Martlia 8. S46. 

Nina V. 846. 
I Pennina F. 846. 
! Peter A. 846. 
I Ambrose, Nathaniel 541. 
j Ames, Anna 4(5. 
' Lent B. 214. 
' Putnam 214. 

Sarah S. 214. 
Anal)el, Leonard 897. 
; Anable, Anna KH. 
I Asenath lOH. 101. 
I Clara 697. 
i Joseph 100. 

Temperance C. 100. 
Amlerson, Eliza L. 109. 
[ Fidelia L. 820. 
! George 109. 
i James E. 820. 
; John 999. 

Louisa P. 999. 

:^[ary B. 820. 

.^[ary E. 820. 

Percy 975. 
Andrews, Abigail 340. 801. 

Helena 711. 

Ho])e :\r. 33. 

Jedidali 99. 

Parmelia 596. 

Samuel 861. 
Aiulrnss. K'afie W. 0119. 
.\ndius, Abigail 801. 

Enieline E. 407. 



1108 



Index 



Sylvester 467. 
Autoiuetta, ^larie S51. 
Apotliecaries' Hall Co. o34. 
Applegate, Calviu S. 71-1. 
715. 

Dr. 71.4. 

Fannie 714. 

Fannie L. 715. S2G. 

Fanny 71.3. 

F. Sejnuour 715. 

Frederick C. 713. 

John 713. 

Sally R. 713. 
Archibald, Arthur 296. 

Bessie 296. 

Florence S. 296. 

Forrester K. 296. 

Fred 296. 

James 296. 

Lee 296. 
Ardway, Lydia 938. 
Araibsy, James H. 555. 
Annour & Co. 643. 
Arnold, Austin F. 43. 

Carolyn II. 909. 

Elizabeth 88. 93. 

Eva J. 43. 48. 

Harriet T. 390. 

Jane M. 43. 

Josiah SS. 90. 91. 93. 

Justin E. 43. 

Kate H. 391. 

Lydia 8S. 89. 93. 

feydia S. 93. 

Sally A. S90. 

AV. 15. 90!). 

William A. 391. 



Arthur, Marietta 562. 

President 265. 7(i8. 
Ashcroft, John ^Irsr 2!i;; 
Ashmead, Caroline P. 66' 

Dr. 660. 
Atkins, Adaline B. 794. 

Aldena 794. 

Fannie 871. 

George I. 794. 

Linus 109. 

Marintha C. 109. 

Uaiy 794. 849. 

Sarah 1048. 

AVilliam I. 794. 
Atwood, Larissa 905. 

Sally 53. 77. 
Augur, Eunice S. 820. 

Lillie 1063. 
Austin, Carrie S. 915. 

Charles K. 1013. 

Clara E. 1065. 

Emily P. 915. 

Frank T. 1013. 

J. Norris 1013. 1065. 

Judd J. 1013. 1065. 

Lillian G. 1065. 

Lizzie H. 1013. 

Lovina J. 1065. 

Lydia S. 1065. 

Maggie L. 1065. 

Mary A. 1065. 

Mary E. 1013. 

Milla T. 1012. 

N. Eliza 1012. 1065. 

Sarah F. 1065. 

Sue K. 1013. 

Weslev 915. 



Index 



1109 



William P. 1013. 

"William S. S. lOGo. 

William T. 1012. 
Avery, Francis 533. 

jJssie E. 1014. 

Louisa 562. 

Sarah B. 533. 
Awai, -Mr. 2S7. 2SS. 
Avers, Adelaide 214. 309. 

Archibald C. 214. 310. 

Carl 310. 

Carlton G. 214. 

Ethel 310. 

George W. 640. 

Glen 214. 

Hattie 214. 

Ina 310. 

Jane 640. 

Julia L. 44. 

Latetia J. 214. 

Latetia M. 214. 

Lettie J. 310. 

Mary I. 214. 

Moses 640. 

Myrtie.T. 310. 

Nancy :M. G40. 

Sarah A. 214. 310. 

Sarah L. 214. 

Sarali ^I. 640. 
Ayrault, Charles L. 308. 

Fanny A. 31 iS. 

Franklin L. 308. 

Isabella B. 308. 338. 

Lyn«m 308. 

May E. 3(iS. 

^leiiitable S. .308. 
Ayres, William 11. 93. 



Babl/itt, Herbert 321. 

]\[aude C. 1057. 

Sarah 321. 
Babcock, Hazel P. 912. 

Helen P. 912. 

Henry C. 912. 

Phebe P. 946. 

William 946. 
Bacon, Ann 946. 

Eli N. 946. 

Elijah Rev. 198. 

Huldah 198. 366. 

Julia P. 946. 

Minnie 1094. 

Nathan 946. 
i'.agley, Arthur L. G. 969. 

Emily E. 969. 1019. 

Emma E. 969. 1019. 

Ridore 969. 

Jesse 969. 

Loren L. 969. 

Mary M. 969. 

Mary E. 969. 1018. 

Orlando 17. 

Sarali 17. IIUO. 1101. 
1102. 

Sarah C. 17. 

Viola M. 969. 1018. 
Bailey, Abraham L. 500. 

Achsah 145. 

Alfred :\r. Iit31. 1076. 

Amy A. Idol, 1077. 

Anna W. 500. 

Bernard (X 397. 

Chryssn S. Iii77. 

Doris M. 1077. 

Edith B. 397. 



1110 



Index 



Elizabeth 5iii). 

Frances M. WA. 

Frederick 1)84. 

Helen E. 107G. 

Ida S. KiTG. 

JobnE. 10;;i.l(l7G. 

John F. lOTG. 

Mary E. 147. 

Mary F. in;jl. Iii77. 

Mary W. 984. 

MlddlosexA. 11131. 1(17G. 

Muriel B. :j',)7. 

Xollie K. 1031. 

Oscar E. 397. 

Paul D. 1077. 

Philip A. 1077. 

Polly \y. 984. 

Reservoir W. 1031. 

Sally ^I. 984. 

Sarah II. lOG. 

Seth 147. 

Thankful 500. 
P>ain, Blanche E. 702. 

Jehiel D. 702. 

Jolm 701. 

John A. 702. 

Lulu P. 702. 
'■ Piosella D. 701. 

Victor H. 702. 
Bainbridge, Elizabeth 1003. 
Baird, Berton (}. 254. 

Frederic 153. 

Frederick X. 153. 

Guetavus J. 153. 254. 

Hannah Iv 153. 

Helen P. 254. 

Lcrusa F. 254. 



Mabel M. 153. 

Kosalthc L. 153. 

Poxanna C. 153. 

Sarah L. 153. 

Solomon T. 153. 

William J. 153. 
Baker, Albert X. 736 

Beatrice !M. 73G. 

Bessie C. 736. 

Dorothy 118. 

Emma C. 5G2. 

Ethel D. 813. 

George A. 73G. 

Hannah SGG. 

Harry D. 813. 

Helen M. 736. 

Kate B. 813. 

Margaret T. 813. 

Miranda W. 562. 

Xellie P. 1049. 

Kobert 813. 

Sarah F. 736. 

William 1049. 

William S. 813. 
Baldwin, Albeitu 
392. 

Ashbel C. 194. 

Ashbel W. 29G. 

Edward P. 375. 31 

Elijah C. Pev. 358 

Elijah W. 375. 

Emily 365. 

Ernest H. 375. 392 

Forrester B. li>4. : 

Frani-cs H. 375. 

Harriet P.. 392. 

Hattif M. ln<5. 



H. 37 



)1. 



Index 



1111 



Henry I. 391. 

IlnldaliTOS. 

Ida C. 29G. 

Lucy 8G1. SG5. 

:\rary I. 391. 

Ilalph A. -lOG. 

Sophia S. 194. 
all, Adella L. 741. 

Caroline S9S. 

Harriet E. 54. 59. 82. 

Jas])er 54. 81. 

Jonathan 492. 

Loren 54. 82. 

Lucy 54. 82. 

Mabel S8G. 

Maria B. 579. 

Mary 492. 

Mary H. 59. 82. 

Mary ^I. 54. 59. 82. 

Mina 5G6. 

Olive J. 54. 59. 82. 

Oscar F. 54. 59. 82. 

Polly 492. 

Polly ^l. 54. 81. 
;a]lni-d, L. W. 9G7. 
;alloii, ^h'WUi 3(54. 
;ang-s, Elijah K. 9G5. 

Elmira 11. 9G5. 

Maiy J. 9G5. 
lanks, Genei-al 2sl. 
iannin,?, Sarah 942. 94G. 
tannister, Agnes F. 105G. 

Alfred IL ]057. 

AsaW ^L 10117. 

Bessie l:. 1M75. 

Captain 955. 

Dorothv :\1. 1094. 



Eflie H. 1057. 

Eli I). ]0()L'. I(i5(;. 1094. 

Eliza 1002. 105(;. - 

Elizabeth 0. 1001. 

Frances K. 105G. 

George E. 1075. 

Grace E. 1096. 

Ida C. 1075. 

James W. 105G. 1094. 

Juliette B. 1056. 

Kittie C. 1056. 

Laura B. 1075. 

Lemuel 1001. 1002. 105G. 
1057. 

Lottie M. 1075. 

Louise 1007. 

Luvella 1007. 

Martha L. 1094. 

:\[ary 1002. 1055. 

i\rary H. 109(5. 

Morris H. 1057. 

Nancy C. 1007. 

Xannie H. 1094. 

Pauline E. 1094. 

Pearson 1075. 

Rowland H. 1096. 

Roy 1094. 

Silas H. 1002. 1057. 

T. Miles 1007. 

William H. I007. 

William O. 1002. 1056. 

William \l. 1075. 1096. 
Barber, David G. 

Temperanci' 416. 
BardAvell. i:va 0. I086. 

Gertrude .1. li»39. 
H. We!>ster 1039. 



IIIJ 



Index 



Iva S. lOSG. 

JenuieM. 1039. IDSO. 

Koduey J. 1039. loSG. 
Barker, Aimee L. 1077. 

Candace M. S91. 

Elizabetli A. 57. 77 

Frederic A. 891. 

Frederic A. Mrs. U. G2. 

Herbert T. Dr. 1077. 

Mary B. 1077. 

Reverend 124. 

Semira A. 891. 

Tileston A. 891. 
Barlow, Emily 8. 331. 831. 
834. 

Helen B. 334. 

Henry 334. 

Katharine M. 334.831. 
835. 

Myron 334. 831. 834. 

Myron B. 334. 831. S3-!. 

Walter S. 334. 831. 835. 
Barnaby, Blanche B. 33l). 

Lizzie B. 336. 

Olive L. 336. 

"VVorden G. 336. 

Zora I. 336. 
Barnard, Ellen L. 230. 

George 97. 

;Mary B. 97. 

Theodore ]klrs. 321. 
Barnes, Gabert 838. 

]\rary 98. 

Rachel 838. 
Barnhart, Adaline 64;). 7!)4. 

Alice 79:5. 

Asa 793. 



Blanche 793. 

Catharine E. G49. 794. 

Charles 649. 792.. 

Edwin 649. 

Eliza 793. 849. 

Ernest 793. 

Eunice 793. 848. 

Frank 793. 

Frank J. 793. 

Guy 793. 

Henry 793. 

Julia 793. 848. 

Louisa K. 792. 

Loviua P. 792. 

Mabel C. 793. 

^klartha 649. 792. 

^larvin 793. 

^lary C. 793. 

^lary S. 793. 

May 793. 

Morgan 648. 

Orrin 649. 793. 

Phebe J. 793. 848. 

Rhoda 793. 847. 

Robert 793. 

Sally F. 648. 

Sarah 793. 848. 849. 

S.iuire 649. 793. 

William 649. 792. 

Windsor G 793. 
Barrett. A. F. Rev. (i29. 

Bertha L. 1017. ItilO. 

Oscar 1017. 

Sarah S. 1017. 
r,arr(.\v. Mnvy \^<[). 
Barstow, Lucy M. K. ■>>'■ 
Bartholomew, Laura 717 



Inpi-: 



1113 



r.artlett, Annie L. lOoS. 

Charlotte McD. 1UJ5. 

Elmer K. 70-2. 

KLsie A. 71)2. 

Fannie E. 217. ol4. 

Francis II. 702. 

Harrison 1055. 

Holliston I. 217. 

Julia 209. 

Julia S. 21fi. 217. 

^fary L. 37:^. 

:\Irs. 210. 

Polly H. L. 339. 

Sauiuel 303. 

Sarah K. 702. 

Selden 373. 

Shubael Rev. lOOS. 

Sylvester 217. 
Barton Adaline S. 196. 

1). R. 634. 

D. R. & Co. 620. 634. 
Bartoness, Frank 396. 

Pearl P. 396. 
Barus, Sarah P. 94. 
Bash, Frank X.S32 (shouM 

be Bush). 
Bass, Col. 447. 
Bateiuan, Lucinda S. 543. 
Bates. Alfred K. Rev. 762 
763. 

Edward S. 763. 

Emily 591. 

Ethel 763. 

Etta E. 785. 

Gertrude S. 7r>3. 

James L. 762. 

James L. Jud<;e 762. 



Louisa S. 762. 

Lucy H. 763. 

Madorah .). 763. 

Maria K. 762. 

Mary S. 763. 

Naomi H. 763. 
Battelle, Cornelius 663. 

Delia M. 663. 
Baxter, Judge 130. 
Bayes, Elizabeth 700. 
Bayless, Almira 9S6. 

Clara L. 760. 

Clara P. 76)0. 

Harry C. 760. 

John Gen. 760. 

Vincent W. 760. 
Bayley, C. C. 166. 
Bayliss, Grace B. 813. 
Beach, Benjamin 34.">. 

Betsey A. 3S2. 781. 

C. J. Rev. 628. 

Harriet E. 392. 

Lydia S. 343. 

U. W. 227. 

Zillah T. 700. 
P.earui). Sally C. 449. 
r.eaver, Jessie R. 1066. 
Beckwith, Clary 32. 

ElizaVieth 939. 
. Esther 34. 

Eunice 3n. 1101. 

Ezra 32. 

Francis 95. 

Joseph [Y.]C>. 

Mary !'.. 97. 

Sarali 936. 

Sarah II. 51)0. 



1114 



Index 



Sarah \\. KG. 
Bedford; Albert M. 314. 
339. 

Charles A. 314. 

Charles J. 339. 

Harry K. 314. 

Julia 0. 314. 339. 

Louisa ir. 314, 

Mertie L. 339. 
Beebe, Benjamiu M. 10S3. 

Emma A. 1083. 

Emma :M. 1083. 

Frank E. 1059. 

Hannah 105. 108. 

Helen A. 1059. 

Jane 5CG. 

Levi 92. 

Lewis 1083. 

Lurany M. 29. G4. 

Martha C. 92. 

Martha D. 1059. 

Stewart 108. 

AVilliam L. 1083. 

AVilliam 0. 1083. 

Zaceheus 28. 29. G4. 
Beech, Esther L. 502. 
Beecher, Adabel AV. 45. 

Edward C. 45. 

Ida J. 1070. 
Beoman, Daniaris A. 1052. 

Damaris P. 10.52. 

Edna L. 1052. 1092. 

Xewell 1052. 
Bfer,>, Louisa t)S5. 
.lieMier, Xatlianicl 44^. 
Behlen. Ly.lia M. 1'. '939. 

Lvdia P. 939. 



Selah 939. 
Bell, ^loberly 723. 
Bellows, Col. 65.. 
Belshaw, Flavilla 5G5. 
Bemis, Boise & Co. IL*^. 
603. 

Elmina W. 891. 
Benedict, Juliette C. 105G. 
Benham, Amaziah A. 1092. 

Clarence A. 1092. 

Nettie R. 1092. 

Ralph F. 1092. 
Benjamin, Almina P. 94G. 

■ Xelsou 946. 
Dennett, Abbie E. 292. 

Amy V. 292. 

Betsey 936. 

Caleb 928. 935. 

David M. 300. 380. 

George S. 192. 292. 293. 

Gladys G. 300. 3S0. 

Hannah W. 93G. 

Harriet 1). 192. 

Helen A. D. 300. 3'<0. 

Henry 25. 1101. 

Love 25. 935. 1101. llnj. 

Rebecca U. 928. 935. 

Samuel 936. 

Sarah 928. 935. 

Sarah C. 25. 1101. 

Sophronia 218. 

Temperan(>e A. S. 192. 

Thankful 928. 

William 192. 

WiniauilT. I!i2. 292. 2:':;- 
P.cnson. Ihtielin.' D. 4>7. 



Mari 



Index 



1115 



i;.'nton, Anna M. 24(5.^ 

("oil ins ^V. 851. 

Helen C. 334. 

.lulia P. 851. 
r.crry, Lennra A. 719. 

Lucinda M. 828. 
r.rithold, Anna ll!)?. 
lU'veily. IJertha L. 733. 

Kdwin (_'. 733. 

Kinnia E. 733. 

Louisa M. 733. 

Monroe f]. 733. 

Ralph G. 733. • 

Wendell P. 733. 
r.eviu, Philo Mrs. 245. 24(1 
r.idwell, Hannah 525. 
Bi-elow, Betsey P. 940. 

Isaac 949. 

Jemima C. 453. 

John 225. 315. 949. 

John D. 245. 

Hiram 1G4. 

L. Maria 35(1. 489. 

Eipley 28. 29. (34. 82. 

Susie H. 735. 

John W. 955. 

Jonathan D. 453. 

Molly ^[. 949. 

Sally 112. 
Bill. Daniel W. 889. 9^1. 

David 883. 889. 

David D. 902. 

David AT. 889. 901. 

KlnimiL. 889. 901. 

Knuiia L. 901. 

Fanny B. 901. 

Fannv M. !ioi. 91('.. 



Fred W. 902. 

Irving E. 889. 

Louisa D. 889. 902.. . 

Lueinda 493. 

Lucretia T. 901. 

Lucy 883. 889. 

Eucy D. 889. 

Luey M. 889. 

Lydia 833. 888. 

Lydia ^L 883. 

^fary A. 889. 

Alelintha 889. 900. 

Aielintha E. 888. 

Otis 889. 

Sanniel 417. 883. 888. 

Samuel D. 889. 901. 

Sarah 417. 

Sarah B. 417. 

Susan K. 901. 

Truman 889. 
Billings. Abigail P. 458. 

Peter 458. 
Bingham. Abigail C. 105. 

Elijah 105. 
i ElizaVieth Af. 29. 04. 8-: 
! Floretta 240. 
j Hannah 352. 4(n. 404. 
I Bininger, Mary C. 811. 
i Birehard. Lydia 3(55. 
Bird, Mrs. 591. 
Birdsall. Rachel T. 1014. 
Birge, Ada 988. 
! Anna C. 1043. 
I Birdie 1043. 
I Chavh-s 11. lor.. 
! (Jherilla M. 990. li)47. 
I Clvde ('. H143. 



Index 



Dana 949. 9S9. 
Electa 949. 989. 
Eliza Van C. 1043. 
Ella 9SS. 

Elleu P. 99(1. 1047. 
ELsie M. 1()4(;. 
Elvie K. 104(i. 
Emma A. 990. 
Emma H 1046. 
Emma J. 9S9. 1043. 
Ernest 988. 
Ernest C. 1043. 
Esther 949. 990. 
Esther L. 990. 1047. 
Fannie E. 9S9. 1042. 
Frances F. 104G. 
Francis 949. 989. 
George 949. 
George H. 989. 1046. 
George S. 989. 1043. 
Grace G. 1043. 
Guy A. 1043. 
Harriet 988. 
Henry 949. 988. 989. 
Henry W. 1043. 
Isaac 868. 
Jennie 10. 104:). 
Jolm H. 949. 990. 
.lolin \V. 98ii. 1043. 
Julius C. 988. 
Lavinia J. 989. 
Leander 949. 988. 
Marvin 347. 419. 
M^vy Ann 8GS. 
M-.ivy P.. 9S9. 
Mary .1. 104G. 
Marv M. 9S9. 



Mary X. 98S. 

:Mary S. 989. 

Maud L. 1043. - 

]Miuerva C. !t'=*9. 

:\Iinerva F. !)49. 

Minerva J. 989. 1045. 

]\[innie M. 989. 1044. 

Norman E. 1046. 

Olive 0. 990. 1048. 

Pamelia W. 868. 

Philena H. 990. 

Sally H. 347. 419. 

Sarah A. 949. 990. 

Sarah S. 9s9. 

Vinnie J. 989. 1046. 

Wallace A. 990. 

William 949. 988. 
Bishop, Enmia M. 1095. 

Juliette C. GGS. 670. 

E;issell, Benjamin 343. 35i 

461. r- 

Catherine E. 809. 

Elizabeth S. 343. 35-J 
461. 

Elizabeth W. 810. 

P>ona S. 836. 

George 810. 

George C. 810. 

George S. 810. 

Hiram E. 836. 

Hya E. 836. 

Leah 352. 461. 

Lois C. 810. 

Mary H. 810. 
P.ittncr, Dor.itliv lo9;',. 

Evelyn I0!i3. 

LillieD. 1093. 



Index 



Philil) W. 1093. 




Almira 416. 


l;lair, Kathoriue L. 


i20. 


Anna P. 416. 


Xaiicy (V2i). 




Charlotte Al. 6.38. . 


Philip f,-20. 




Clement 416. 457. 53 


J '.lake, diaries W. 


Rev. 


Cvrus 416. 


1038. 




E. A. Airs. 245. 


^fary J. 1038. 




Elizabeth C. 464. ' 


niakcsleo, Eliza ^I. 


72. 


Ennna (^38. 


Frank ri72. 




Enos Pev. 464. 


r.lalv-osley, Harriet E. 


597. 


Eugene P. 638. 


r.lnnc, Louis 222. 




Florinda S. 352. 4G1. 


lilaneliard, Luey I. 502. | 


George E. 870. 


I'.land, David r' 1033. 




Helen 534. 


Eliza H. 1033. 




Hosca 181. 


Julia 10S2. 




Ida E. 6.38. 786. 


Blankinton, Ja?on B. 


107. 


Jane 457. 


Martha C. 107. 




John 407. 


Blatehley, ^lary A. 5G4. | 


John ]'. 352. 461. 


I'.lawis, Louisa 5S0. 




Jonathan 418. 


Wish. Adaline I. 665 




Lydia 416. 


Alice C. 815. 




[Margaret Van A. 45" 


Beulah 462. 541. 




Marian 98. 


Beulah W. 462. 




Mary A. C. 638. 


Daniel 462. 541. 




Mary M. 181. 


David 462. 541. 




Porter 41(5. 457. 534. 


Florilla P. 686. 




Samuel P. 638. 


Frank D. 541. 




Sarah 418. 


John D. 686.815. 




Sarah .1. 533. 


Lucy 541. 




■ Sevilla A. 533. 


Lucy AV. 462. 




Sevilla E. 5.33. 


Martha 541. 




Sibyl 416. 


Afary B. 541. 




Syinl F. 418. 


Mary W. 462. 540. 




Theresa P. 457. 


Bliss, ^b.-l 41(i. 


I 


lodgctt & I'cek .318. 


Ada F. S7(». 


I 


hMlgvtt, \V. 11. 317. 


Adelia S. 534. 


1 


luod, Abbic S. loSl. 


Alice C. 638. 786. 


i 


h)ssoin, Eliza .\. .356. 



ins 



Index 



p]rastus J. ool). 

Laura o")*!. 

Lydia I. ;J4S. :j5(j. 

:\rary 8.")(;. 

Newton '.]7)C,. 

Oliver T.. :;.')(i. 

lieiiben .'US. DoG. 

Kenben S. .'irjii. 

Sarali 44f;. 

Thankful P. 44(k 

Thomas 44(1 
Blowers, Frank 37. 

Frederick 37. 

Henry 37. 

Janette :\r. 37. 
Blunt, James G. 548. 
Blush. Betsey 4SS. 

:\rary F. 4! 3: 

Oliver 133. 413. 

Sally W. 1.33. 

Sarah ^L 133. 413. 
Ely, Martha M. 970. 
Boardman, Addie M. 
340. 

Carrie ^V. 320. 

Charles ^V. 320. 

Dorothea A. 2.j3. 3 

P^'rancis 2.")3. 320. 

G. D. Dr. 4! 10. 

Georgiana C. 32S. 

Georgiana T. 32S. 

Isabella 2.>4. 

Jeanie D. 320. 

Julia S. 2:.3. 

:^ary D. 320. 

Sn|.hi(,uia r. 2:)3. 

TlK.inas C. ■2:)■^. 2.'1 



William 253. 328. 
Dodge, p:iizabeth OOCi. 
Bodwell, IToraoe 8:1 

Lurany M. 8.3. 
Boggs, Mali>sa 750. 

Susan W. 750. 

ThaddL'Us 750. 
Boise, Annie C. 70(1. 

Frank A. (I(i4. 7(i(). loo: 

Frank C. 7(J(3. 

Gussie H. 7(JG. 

Henry D. G03. 

Plenry S. 7(J(3. 

Baui-a M. G04. GOO. 

Laura M. \l. G03. 

Lewis D. 177. 27(!. G(Y 
G04. 

L. D. & Co. G03. 

L. D. & Son (i03. 
Bolles, xVliee E. 40. 

Charles K. 40. 

Clayton S. 47. G83. 

Ellen A. 40. 

Flora S. 47. 5iiG. Gs3. 

Florence ]•! 40. 47. 

Horatio 40. 

Lillian J. 47. V>S:]. 

rhel)e M. 40. 

Sarah AV. 4(). 4G. 

AVilliam 50G. GS3. 

William AV. 40. 47. 
Bolton. George M. G9S. 

Jennie S. GOS. 

John A. G04. 

Laura B. G04. 

Lolir S. (-,08. 
Pxinajiarte, Xaiiob'on 224. 



Index 



1119 



I ',,11(1, Cliarlotte "\V. 
Kmily E. G[;5. 
I'jiiily S. r,G5. 
Francis S. GGfj. 
ls;il)el T. CG.j. 
.losiali 6(j5. 

Kosalie de Soliiis GG5. 
Saiali 417. 
Sarah E. 6G5. 
Tonii>oranee SS3. 
r.onfocy, Benanuel 2Si). 
CoiK'urrauce S. 2Sil. 
Freeman 2S0. Ki'JT. 
Horape 2^0. 
Lizzie A. -280. 33G. 
Luoy F. S. 2S0. 
Xelsou E. 280. 
Nora H. 2S0. 
Susannah S. 280. 
P.onney, Clarissa SG5. SGI 
Booge, Joanna ^l. 930. 
Richard 930. 
Sarah 930. 
Booth, Catharine E. S3G. 
David 83G. 
Eveline E. 83G. 
Borey. Charles C. 1095. 
Kate K. KlO.o. 
Martin K. 1095. 
Bosworth. Grace G. G'^0. 
James G. G80. 
Lafayette 6S0. 
^[ary G. G80. 
Botcllo. .\iidrew J. 778. 
C:irri* <!. ^^39. 
t anie S. 77S. S39. 
Charles W. 778. 839. 
t'lJ 



:\rahel B. 839. 
:^[ay E. 778. 
^[ary L. 778. 
Bourn, Beniamin A. 5Gn. 
Bourret, Harvey A. 917. 
Laura ^1. 917. 
Louis 917. 
lioutwell, Fannie E. 735. 
Boweii. Eva A. 803. 

Flora ^Y. 803. 

Harn- 803. 

Leo 803. 

Zetta E. 803. 
Bowman, Caroline P. 38G. 

Florence H. 38G. 

George Rev. 853. 

Jessie C. 38C. 

John E. 386. 

Eapnond P. 38G. 
Boyd, Elizabeth 194. 

Ellen^S. 194. 297. 

Eveline A. 194. 

Eveline C. 194. 

Frederic A. l'.>5. 

Frederic AV. O. 195. 

Isabel W. 195. 297. 

Sarah J. 194. 21»7. 

William B. 194. 
P,oynton, Abi'aham L. 705. 

r.eulah L. 7o5. 

D. Xewell 705. 

John 705. 

.lohn S. 704. 7(»5. 

Lettie 705. 

Lur'v 705. 

^laitha W. 7o5. 

Alollie X. 705. 



11-20 



Index 



Bradley, A. C. 105. 

Abrain 105. 

Charles 404. 

Emily P. 854. 

Esther .M. 464. 

Grace A. loO'.). 

naniiah S. ]l)5. 

Phinehas DO. 
Brainard. Ada A. Ton. 821. 

Adelaide 11. lOSO. 

Adelaide X. loSl. 

Ann C. 45. 

Clara L. lOSl. 

Cora T. B. 821. 

Ernest P. 1081. 

Ethel :M. 1080. 

Everett E. 700. 1081. 

Fidelia G. 700. 

Florenee L. 1081. 

Floretta F. 700. 821. 

Franklin E. 1080. 

Ilartwell H. 700.821. 

Hartwell, T. B. 821. 

John L. 700. 

Julia 487. 

Mary 97. 

Mary M. 700. 820. 

Xiua X. 700. 820. 

Paymond F. 1081. 

Stephen 89. 
Brainerd, Alti-ail ^I. 882. 

Al)i.jali 882. 

Anna 92. 

Cephas .174. ;]9(l. 

r)avid 882. 

Deborah H. 882. 

Elizabeth 47(1. 



Esther S. 882. 
Eveline H. ;:74. 
Eveline W. ;J74. , 
Hannah S. 882. 
llaniet A. 390. 
Jra II. :h4. :]9(i. 
James 882. 
Jephtha 882. 
Joseph inl. 
Lydia 882. 
M'artha E. 390. 
Mary K. 390. 
Sophia S. 101. 
Braman, Alfred L. 11)48. 
liurton A. 1048. 
Carl A. 1048. 
Charles A. 1047. 

Dora L. 1047. loDO. 
Elmer B. 104(5. los'.i. 

Elwin 0. 1090. 

Ennna L. 1040. 1 090. 

Esther B. 1047. 

Gertrude M. 104G. 

Gladys E. 1047. 

Henry 0. Io40. 1047. 

Ida E. 1047. 

Myrtle I'.. 104(j. 

(Jrson A. 104(i. 

Pearl St. C. 1090. 

Vinnie B. 104(5. 
Bramble, ]>en.iamin 974. 

Betsey M. 974. 

Charles 974. 

Elizabeth 974. 1032. 

Ge.u-e 974. 

Henry 974. 

llenrv L. 974. 



Index 



11*1 



Phehe R. 974. 
I'.rnn.-h. Abl.y C. JS;). 

Ivhvard P. 5S1>. 
i;i-ayton, Olive 904. 
I'.rt'od. Jo-sepli .'j'U. 
1' rower, ]N[aiy 257. 
IJrewster, Abel 11. 1025. 

Alfred M. P.. 1025. 

Clarence E. 1025. 

Jane A. 1025. 1074. 

Jane .AI. 1025. 

Jesse n. 1025. 

:Mary M. 1025. 

V.'illiain A. 1025. 
P.ridg-es, Maria 10G2. 
P.ridsey, Annie G.S19. 
I5rio-gs, Catharine GIG. 

F. E. 907. 

Frank 0. GIG. 

George W. GIG. 

Ida 616. 

Jeanette GIG. 

J. II. 907. 

Julia C. 449. 

Sally T. GIG. 

William 449. 

William T. 614. 
J'>ristol, Enos 5;j5. 

Phebe A. 5.35. 

Susan .5.35. 
Proadus, Dr. L30. 
Proliston, Harriet A. G7.3. 
Prockway. David 1102. 

Estluir.A[.2G. lO'.Ui. 1101. 

Mary ;15. 9,^. 

Kni'hel C. M. Ilii2. 
T!r<,dock, Ann C. 49G. 



]0: 



John (I. 4!!G. 

Myers 49G. 
Pronson. Cjirrie 1 

Charles 2.30. 

Charles T. 2-30. .317, 

Ella K. .317. 

Margaret K. 317. 

Martha G.39. 

Phebe .3G2. 

Rachel P. 230. 
Prooks, Clarissa SIG. 

Harry E. 795. 

Henry SIG. 

Kate C. 795. 

Margaret 795. 

Alartha P. RIG. 

Nellie M. S. G74. 67 

Virgil L. 674. 
Prown Brothers 237. 
Prown & Gross 372. 
Prown, Abi'aham 64. 

Adam 541. 

Alice 393. 397. S6S. 
877. 
. Alida 77(1. 

Amos IT. 316. 

Anna 412. 

Annie L. 838. 

Calista 917. 

Carrie E. 377. 

Charles H. 868. 87: 

Charles L. 392. 7S4. 

Charlotte C. 392. 
872. 

Daniel W. 3l>2. 8G>. 

David .'jn7. 

E.lith 3!i3. 872. 



1122 



Index 



41; 



Electa A. GSS. 
P^lizal)etli 5o. 7ii 
Elizalieth M. 411 
Elizabeth T. U! 
Ellen 101 HI. Ill,-,; 
Esther 41l'. 
Esther .M. 4ii:) 
Evelyn F. :\'.h. S77. 
Graee L. ;!112. iSiU. 

877. 
ITaniiah 7(h;. 
Henry F. :'.1»7. 877. 
Iloraee 43. 
Josiah 412. 
Julia S(;8. S71. 
'Leander P. 149. 
Eilla J. 31 G. 
Lotta C. 784. 
Lucy 53. 64. 81. 
Lucy A. 8GG. 
Lucy F. 86G. 
Mary 29. 32. G4. 
^lary B. SG8. 
^[ary H. 918. 
:\Iatilda G17. 
Miriam A. 3!>3. 872, 
Nathaniel 40.'). 412. 
Orange G. W7. 
Polly T. 907. 
Priscilla 541. 
Priseilla P. 541. 
Prof. 7G4. 
Pru.leiiee S. 315. 
^ininel .345. 
Snnuiel F. 3!i3. S72 
Sanih F. 392. ^72. 
Sarah L. 8(i(;. 8(;8. 



Rtelhi P. 397. S77. 

Susanna 5o7. 

Sybil X. 507. 

Sylvanus 8G2. 

Thomas 8G(;. 952. 

Thomas L. sCi;. si;,^ 

Walter A. 3'.i2. .397 
877. 
5rownell, Edgar A. 8" 

Edgar C. 810. 

Ellen C. 810. 

Grace 319. 

Laura S. 81 0. 

]\Iary II. 810. 
?rowning, Cliarl 

Elizabeth 1040. 

Eliza])eth .1. 1040 

Justus 550. 

Leslie P. lo4o. 

Mary E. 550. 

:\Iaiy S. 21G. 55i 
710. 

Sarah S. 810. 
J race, Joseph 541. 

^lary IT. 5-11 . 
".runi, ^[abel 839. 
'.rush, Abram 93G. 

Alice S. 107. 

Azubah ^1. ;t.3G. 

Edmund 107. 

Georgie G. 2!l8. 

Hazel P.. 298. 

Isaac 93G. 

Lottie M. 298. 

Loui^ 2'.!^. 
3ryan, Albrvt I. 379, 

Alida P.elle 37!i. 



L. G9: 



). G'." 



Index 



Hi 



Irving E. 379. 

Johu T. 37!). 

Leon M. 37i). 

Nora I. 379. 
Bryant, Bessie HJ18. 

Florence lOlS. 

John 0. lOlS. 

Marion E. 1018. , 

^lary M. lOlS. 

Owen A. lOlS. 

William CuUen 215. 4(;-J. 
Bryfield, Eniraa iDiJi). 
Buchanan, Archie J. 311. 

Cynthia 500. 

Hilah N. 311. 

Lettie A. 310. 

Philip 310. 

President 511. 
Buck, Alice (JSli. S13. 

Charles II. AV. E. GM,. 
814. 

Charles S. 814. 

D. Elizabeth tiSii. 

Effie E. G8G. 814. 

Erastus G8G. 

Emma E. 6SG. 814. 

Eunice AV. G8G. 

Kate G8G. 813. 

Margaret C. 814. 

Margaret McK. 814. 

Nancy G80. 

Norton P. 814. 

Prudence N. G8(i. 

Silas li8G. 
i'.urkland. Kli/.nl.i'th 47)1. 
liih-klcy, .luhn 8S. 
r-udlon- e'h.-u-les S. S7(i. 



Dexter 87G. 

Julia 87G. 

Minnie C. 87G. 
Buell, Abbie E. 392. G9S. 

Caroline ^L 148. 

Clara L. 325. 

Deems H. 397. 

Dorothy I. 397. 

Edith ^I. 392. 3! 17. 098. 

Elton W. 392. 39G. 397. 
G98. 

Grace L. 396. 

John H. 392. 698. 

Josiah 5. 

:N[ary E. 506. 

Robert E. 392. 69S. 
Bulkley, N..ah 254. 
P,ulkelcy, Judith 8o7. 

Sarah 807. 
Bull. Alice 705. 

lienjamin 705. 

Benjamin S. 705. 

Beulah N. 7ii5. 

Eugenia ^I. 7'i5. 

Irving J. 705. 

Mary J. 7o5. 

^lary N. 7ii5. 

Pierre 7t)5. 
■ S. J. 705. 
r.uUard. ^[ary H. l!'l. 
Buncc, James H. :M fs. 24G 
lUamcll, Alion'104. 

Sally P. liH. 
nurl>aiik. Lillian W. 1017 

im'i. 

Lucy 1). lwl7. 
William inli. 



1124 



Index 



Burgess, Apcnos II. 'J'2(). 

F. E. 920. 
Madaleiie 'J21. 
Vaughn 921. 

Bui-gor, ^lary 919. 
Burgoyue, General Go. 
Burke, Arviu S. 279. 

Edmund C. 279. 

Eliza A. S. 279. 

G. W. Kev. 733. 
James M. 279. 
Jessie G. 279. 335. 
:\Iaraie S. 279. 
]ilervin H. 279. 
Myrtie M. 279. 335. 

Buruham, Anna 3(J.' 
Annie A. 745. 
Annie M. 32G. 
Donald C. 745. 
Edward J. 32G. 
Elias P. 745. 
Ella P. C. 745. 
Eva 327. 
Florence G. 327. 
George F. 327. 
Harold 745. 
Huldah 502. 
John A. 248. 
John H. 248. 32(5. 
Lizzie K. 326. 
Lulu C. 32(5. 
Mary G. C. 24s. 
Maude 745. 109!). 
^lay 745. 
Miiiiiic F. 32(;. 
Raymond .327. 
Thonuis \V. 24S. 32( 



Burns, Abel M. 335. 

Freeman H. 335. 

Harrison A. 3.3;y 

Huldali A. 335. 

James C. 335. 

Jessie B. 335. 

^klervin 335. 

Orpha V. 335. 

True 335. 
Burnside, Gen. 130. 
Burr, A. E. 23G. 

Carrie B. 839. 

John H. 839. 

Milo A. 839. 
Burris, Alzina 904. 

Carrie A. 904. 

Charles D. 904. 

DeWitt C. 904. 

Emma J. 904. 

George A. 904. 

Hattie E. 904. 

Iloselma M. 904. 

Wesley C. 904. 

William 0. 9o4. 
lUu'i-oughs, Chester P. 5' '5 
680. 

Harry C. 6S0. 

Jemima G. 5o5. GSO. 

John 721. 

^[ary T. GSO. 812. 

Minnie G. G^^O. 
r.iirt, All)ert I. .385. 

Arnold 914. 

Arthur W. 2>;G. 289. 

B.'t<ey T. 914. 

Edward F. 3^5. 

Eleanor E. 920. 



Index 



1125 



Frederick A. 385. 

George M. 920. 

(Irace 0. 385. 

lI:irold J. 2S!). 

Harry P. 385. 

Jessie C. 385. 

Lois T. 492. 

Martlia 914. 

Mary S. 920. 

Paul" II. 920. 

Sarah P. 385. 

Sophie S. 286. 
r.urtis, Arthur tl. 788. 

Aorel 788. 

Carolyu 855. 

n. H." 855. 

iMlilli II. 855. 

Lncien M. 788. 

Preston A. 788. 

Sadie M. 788. 

Walker 855. 

Wihuer 855. 
P.urton. :\Iaria L. 716. 
lUisli, Carol C. 832. 

ri;;nk X. 832. 1099. 

(;eorgeC.832. 

Sally 448. 
iUishiicll, Amelia I. 867. 

Aimie II. 1084. 

Asa 8G7. 

Dorothy 1084. 

I'Mward l(i3.6. 1084. 

]':iiuiia S. 1035. 

I'lrue^ 1(136. 

(ieorgv 1(136. 

(leor-e K. 1035. 
Harriet M. 1(^4. 



Jerusha A. 185. 

Julia A. 309. 

Rachel 974. 

Sereno 1036. 

Seth A. 185. 
Bussler, Charles D. 814. 

Daniel 814. 

Edna G. 814. 

Effie B. 814. 

Frederick K. 814. 

Royal H. 814. 

Sadie T. 814. 
Butler, Anna L. 374. 

Benjamin Y. Gen. 979. 

Carrie S. 390. 

Eliza T. 790. 

Emma 790. 844. 

Ernest P. 373. 390. 

Elsther 987. 

Fanny II. 901. 

George H. 373. 

George S. 374. 390. 

Hetty M. 922. 

Hiram 987. 

Ida ^^. 922. 

Jennie 790. 

.Julia 11. 390. 

Kate H. 374. 39(\ 

Laura F. 790. 845. 

Lottie 790. 

Lucintha H. 373. 

Martha 790. 844. 

Mary E. 790. 

Mary T. 9S7. 

Sylv,.<0'r P.. 3',)0. 

Zachariah 790. 
Butts, Charles E. 6.-,2. 



112t? 



Index 



Charles W. Cur}. 7'J7. 

Frances M. o:y2. 

Lucy F. 7117. . 

Myrtle 7'.»7. 
Byers, Marion D. lli'.)2. 
Byford, Henry T. 3.Jo. 

Maud H. 333. 834. 

Cable, C. AV. 172. 

George W. 223. 
Cady, Alvali 580. 

Chester 580. 

Curtis 580. 

Eleazer 5S0. 

Eliza 580. 

Eliza E. 580. 

Emily 580. 

John 580. 

Sherman 580. 

"Wallace 580. 

"William 580. 
Cahill, Annie A. 7()(1. 
Cairns, Esther IT. WO. 

James 9W. 

Jane E. Vn^. 
Calef, Arthur B. .375. 

Edith 1). 375. 

Francis 375. 

Irene H. 375. 

Laura H. 375. 

Lucy F. 375. 
Calhoun, David M. (VXk 
Calkins, Ahi-ail ^1. (154. 

XJernice F. 384. 783. 

Clair S. <0i). 

Clyde E. ;!S4. 783. 

Cunnnerce C. ()54. 80 



Coniniei-ee J. SOL 

Edwin E. 8riL 

Ethel M. 800. . 

Foreman R. G54. 81)0. 

Frank E. 801. 

Ida C. 797. 

James H. 383. 783. 

Jolm C. 654. 

John E. 654. 

Lester C. 801. 

Lillian C. SOO. 

Mary H. 383. 783. 

:\Lary L. 800. 

:\Iary W. 561. 

:\Iildred E. 801. 

Orval J. 800. 

Sandi S. SOL 

William C. 800. 
Cameron, ^Nlrs. 72L 
Caniji, Antoinette L. 1026 
Campbell, Albert D. 1082. 

Carolyn B. 765. 

Cliarles S. 765. 

Dora C. 1082. 

Dora IT. 1072. 11)82. 

Edward S. 765. 

Helen A. 765. 

Helen S. 765. 

James II. I'rof. 765. 

Kate S. 828. 

Louise S. 765. 

Lydia J. 541. 

Mabel F. 703. 

^largaret B. 765. 

^rary F. 7!)3. 

Mayor (i46. 

Xorman St. (J. 765. 



Index 



S;mror(l B. 1()72. 10S2. 

V'iriiiiiia G. 7()5. 

William P. 705. 

Woodley W. 541. 
(V.iili'jld, Floix'iice "W. 74;: 

Helen 15. 743. 

Mary C. 743. 

Kus^ell S. 743. 

Stanton 743. 

\'oliiey R. 743. 
( 'annon, Addie M. S2G. 

Kuth L. 827. 
Capcn, Ora A. S15. 
Cajier, Martlia 376. 
Cai)well, Annie B. 816. 
Carey, Elizabeth 859. 862. 

Jemima 863. 

J. M. 266. 
Cargill, Anna 1088. 
C'arlyle, Sarah J. 1081. 
Car])onter, Ann K. 537. 

Pk'njamin 453. 

Childs L: 8'J8. 

Comfort 537. 

P^benezer S74. 

Elizabeth W. 453. 

Orinda 891. 

Perliua S. 898. 

Sarah B. 874. ~ 
Carr, Eliza 305. 

Morton Mr. and ^Mr. 
614. 

Una J. 283. 
Carrabiiie, Emma D. 804. 

Helen I. 81)4. 

T. 804.' 
Carriei', Ella 607. 



Ellen 197. 

Jeinitna !8. 453. 

John 453. 

Sarah E. 619. 
Carson, Alonzo ^\. 1010. 

Belle 1011. Ii)(i2. 

Betsey P. ]0]0. 

Charles H. 777. 

Doetor 261. 

Donald A. 777. 

Edith \. 777. 

Katherine L. 777. 

May 1011. 

Olin 1011. 

Russell M. 777. 

Sarah E. 777. 
Carter, Benjamin 343. 

Edith K. 2.V4. 747. 

Helen H. 909. 

Phebe S. 343. 

R. B. Dr. 909. 

Senator 767. 
Carver, Anna E. 619. 

Franees 239. 
Case, Anna M. 1043. 

Cornelia S. 697. 

Elizabeth 251. 

Ellen J. 999. 

Enos 999. 

Fred M. .337. 394. 

Frederick 697. 

Frederick S. 697. 

Harry I. 337. 394. 

Nellie E. 337. 394. 

Sarah S. 999. 
Casu-ell, Lydia HCn. 

Mack & Co. 1015. 



11 '2S 



Index 



Cathcart, Sarah E. 7G1. 
Catlin, Mary L. jlTj. 
Catterson, Agnes J. ]0^l 
David 11. 1U8G. 
liariy M. lUSG. 
Jennie 1US5. 
Mary J. lOSG. 
Minnie S. lOSG. 
Cave, Alice 1073. 
Celestia \V. 1073. 
Frederick 1073. 
Cawley, Bertha 2'JG. 
p:ila V. S. 29G. 
Jennie X. 2UG. 
John D. iDG. 
William 290. 
Chace, Xancy 502. 
Chaffee, Alice E. 815. 
Sanford E. SU. 
Sarah P. 814. 
Chamberlain, Ada 989. 
Anna T. 1045. 
Carrie J. 11)45. 
Charles 9'~;9. 1(145. 
Clara AV. GO. 72. 
David 72. 
Electa B. 9S9. 
Florence (\. 1045. 
Hannah 1089. 
Henry E. '.iSH. Iii45. 
Jessie F. 1(145. 
Lydia 989. 
Minnie H. 1089. 
Sidney 989. 
^nsan E. 1045. 
Tliankful 72. 
William 989. 



William B. Iii45. 

William F. I(l45. 
l'liaml)erlin, Edwin j-^ 

:^Iary L. 811. , 

:Mary S. 811. 

WiUard D. 811. 
Chambers, Helen I. ^ 
Cliami>ion, Israel 95. 

Mary 353. 

Sarah 25. 11 ol. 
Chami)lain, Jane C. i 
Chandler, Cul. 810. 

Juhu 8G2. 

Mary A. 38G. 

Sarah 538. 
Chapiu & Gould 745 

Bessie A. 73G. 

Charles 473. 

Charles :\I. 1078. 

Eber H. Kev. 10 

Elsa 1078. 

Kate M. 1077. 

^lary 473. 

Xeah- A. 1078. 

Hath 1078. 

Tirzah 473. 

William 105.3. 
Chaplin. Anna I. 21 

Walter 213. 
Chapman. Abiah 45 

Abigail 952. 

AnnaX. !)03. 

Austin 4;!. 
Benjaniin 801. 
Chai-les 235. 
Cliarle> K. 235. 
Huldah L. 42. 



314. 



Index 



1129 



.lames 903. 

.lolin 1)50. 

Lydia SGI. 

:\[ary 9S2. 

.Mary E. 10:22. lo:34. 

^^elHtaI.le 861. 

I'olly ^1. 290. 

Sarah A. GS7. 

Seba 950. 951. 953. 

Sibyl SG2. 
Cbappcll, Anson 3(i3. 540. 

Jane M. 3G3. 540. 

Harriet H. 363. 540. 

Maiy E. 3G3. 540. 
Cba.se, Harry A. 705. 

Plonry ^L 705. 

^laiy N. 705. 

Xanf^y 502. 

S. P.' 131. 
Cbatfield, ^lary 6S7. 
Clieadle, ^lary E. 699. 
Clieesboro, Kate S. 385. 
Cbeesenian, Abel 447. 448. 
449. 492. 

Alice ^r. 650. 

Anna 449. 493. 

Artliur E. 650. 

Carl H. 650. 

Charles F. 649. 794. 

Claud A. 650. 

Cayton H. (149. 795. 

Cynthia F. (i49. 

Edward 448. 449. 493. 
(i^JO. 

Edwin 493. G5ii. 

Elizabeth 44S. 

I'hnilv F. 649. 



Estella D. 794. 
Frank 492. 
Frank H. 795. 
George H. E. 650. 
•George R. 649. 
Gertnide PI 795. 
Helen H. G50. 
Ida B. 649. 
Ida K. 296. 
Ida T. 650. 
John :\r. 493. 649. 
Julia E. 449. 
Kate L. 649. 795. 
Kate P. J. G49. 
Leila M. 794. 
Leon H. 795. 
Lilla A. 795. 
Lilla H. 649. 
Lois B. 492. 
Lucinda B. 493. 
Lydia 449. 492. 
Mabel E. 794. 
Martha 448. 491. 
Mary 448. 493. 
^lary B. 492. 
^lary II. 492. 
^lary }.!. 446. 
Polly P.. 4ii2. 
Kalph L. 795. 
Palph T. 65(1. 
Kliett L'ay 649. 
Puncrt M. 649. 
Sally 449. 
Sally B. 448. 
Saiinicl 44^. 
Sai-ah L'. 795. 
Sidney II. 4'.t3. 649. 



1130 



Index 



Silence 449. 

Uriuh Frank 4!t2. 64'J. 

AVill F. (ioO. 
Cheney, Charles Mrs. 993. 

Cora J. l\ 993. 
Child, Bulkl.-y US. 

Daniel T. 148. 248. 

Emily J. 148. 

Frances IT. R. 248. 

Hannah K. 148. 

Hannah T. ]48. 247. 

Harriet W. 148. 248. 

Martha A. 148. 

Mary G. 148. 248. 

Sally T. 148. 

Sarah 11. 248. 

Sarah J. 148. 248. 

Susan E. 148. 

Susie 249. 

Thomas 148. 248. 

Tracy 249. 
Childs Nellie S. SG9. 

W. H. 8G9. 
Chilton, Mary VK]. 
Christopher. C. 22. 
Church, A. J. (;84. 

Alice n. 593. 

Amanda ]\r. o91. 

Betsey 940. 945. 983. 

Betsey M. 943. 

Caroline 482. 5()3. 590 
712. 743. 

Caroline M. P. 4^ii. 

Carolyn E. 591. 

Celia P. 592. 

Charlotte F. 411. 

Clara A. 592. 744. 



Corinth M. 5(J3. 590. 
Elihu 411. 
Eliza :SL 590. . 
Elizabeth E. 841. 
Elizabeth 0. 93. 
Ella P. 592. 745. 
Emily B. 591. 
Emma L. 592. 745. 
Francis T. 591. 
Frank E. 841. 
George S. 841. 
Grove B. 840. 
Harriet 5G3. 590. 

744. 
Harriet E. 563. 590. 
James T. 480. 591. 
John 93. 

Julia Al. 187. 591. : 
Julia N. 840. 
Laura L. 591. 
Lida Belle H. 592. 
Lillian M. 841. 
Lillian M. P. 746. 
Lucy S. 592. 
L>7nan 480. 591. 
Mary E. 561. 562 

590. ]097. 
Mi\\ E. 840. 855. 
Myron L. 592. 
Xancy 944. 9S3. 
( »livcr 4S0. 4*^2. 5', 
Oliver K. 746. 
Oliver V. 5! '3. 745. 
Phebe 1). 479. 
Phebc M. 479. 56:;, 
K'a.-licl 3(1. nil-. 
Sarah 93. 



44. 



Index 



1131 



Sumner E. 5^3. 590. 

Sumner U. 4!^0. 563. 500. 

S. U. F.ros. 4S0. 51)0. 501. 
502. 

Uriali 470. 5(J3. 

Vida A. S41. 

William 043. 044. 045. 

William F. 4^0. 
Chun-hill. Harriet ('.(540. 
Cisro. Klizalietli 40-2. 

Ksther 40-2. 

Julia 40-2. 

^^[argaret 402. 

:\Iartlia 402. G4S. 

Martha C. 401. 

:N[ury 402. 

Peter 401. 402. 

Polly 4it2. 

Kansom 401. 

Piichard 402. 

Pioxanna T. 402. 

Paith 402. 

Sally 402. 

Thomas 402. 
■ William 401. 402. r.4S. 
< 'laflin, Augustus M. 54S. 

.lames V. 54S. 

Sarah D. 548. 

Susie 548. 
("'la])]), Enniee 454. 

Gratia 803. 
riaik A. W. Eev. 358. 

Ahl)ie S. 580. 

Addaide K. 078. 

Adella 1!. 7-11. 

A.lella K. 741. 

Alhert 1). 50(». 743. 



Alexander M. 43. 
Almon L. 755. 
Alvin W. 500. 
Amos L. ]0(;5. 
Ann C. 755. 
Ann K. 45. 
Anmi K. 10S4. 
Anna ^l. 470. 580. 74: 

755. 
Calvin (iSG. 
Carol M. 741. 832. 
Celia A. 50O. 742. 
Charles A. 1084. 
Charles II. 1084. 
Dan 233. 
Daniel D. 978. 
D;avid 470. 
Edward A. 742. 833. 
Edwai-d F. 479. 589. 
f:d\vard G. 833. 
Edward P. 51M1. 742. 
EdNvin M. 741. 
Etile 743. 
Elisha L. 281. 
Eliza 993. 9!)5. 
Eliza A. 978. 1033. 
Ellen S. Gi\<. 81i). 
Ellen W. S. 281.G09. 
Elva U. 833. 
Emily K. 7ii7. 742. 
Emily M. 7n7. 
Klnima E. 5!)0. 
Euniee 580. 
Franklin 15. 978. 
CJeorue 5^0. 
Geor-e .\. 7ii7. 
Geor-e C. 707. 



Index 



George D. 741. 
Geoi'ge F. .")">',). 741. 
George X. & Co. :VA]. 
G. P. r,. .Airs. (11 4. 
(iloelund H. 74:!. 
Giiy B. 741. 
Jlannoiiy ]•]. .■)G2. 
Hettie S. 4:1. 
iroiiier J. in;;.-). 
Horanc T. "jS'-;. 
I.'^aae 47!l .7^7: 74(1 
Isaac M. 47;i. 587. 
Isaac T. 588. 
Isabella P. G8(3. 
TsabelleS. l(i:;4. 
Jennie G. 74:!. 
Jerome A. 1<h'i5. 
J. Frank 'j7^^. l(i:^4. 
John C. G4II. 
Josiali P. ^78. 
Julia ]^I. 470. 587. 
Laura lOO. 
Laura S. GG8. 
Leona E. 741. 
Leonard 818. 
Lettie M. 7r>5. 
Lucia I-:. 71 17. 
Lueian P. 755. 
Luther A. 281. (j(il). 
Lydia D. 147. 
M. G. ^Irs. l-j:i.' 
Mabel S. ln.14. 
Mary A. 47ii. 5<^0. 590. 

743. 
Ttary I). 740. 
Mary H. 7n7. 
Marv M. 4.-!. 



ATary P. 755. 
.Mary S. 5^!t. 
.Mary \V. 2:i:\. , 
Alarviu K. G'i8. 
]iliucrva M. G40. 
Alinnie E. 741. 
.Minnie O. F. G4(l. 78- 
^fontague 755. 
X. Eliza A. 10G5. 
Orlando 580. 
Pay W. 833. 
Pebecca 8. 2:33. 
Po.xauua M. 978. 
Ptuth K. 1084. 
Snrali P. 590. 
Saraii F. 5S7. 741. 
Sarah 11. 742. 
Soidironia 580. 
Susan W. 818. 
Waher M. 7o7. 
M'illiam 5'<o. 
William H. 588. 740. 
AVilliam M. 741. 
Clarke, Alice 872. 875. 
Charles F. 871. 
Charles W. 872. 87G. 
Cora P. 87G. 
Edward Rev. 442. 
Harriet 475. 
Ida 872. 87G. 
Ira 87G. 
John 475. 580. 
John .M. 554. 
Julia P. 871. 
Laura .^72. 87G. 
^lay 87G. 
.Merle 87G. 



Index 



.MiiinioS7-2. S7G. 


("oates, Edna E. Iii5(i. 


Stuart ^;7G. 


Eloyd P. Ili5(i. l(i!;4. 


Claxton, Kate V)'!. 


Eloyd S. l()i)4. 


('l<-nient, Clari.^^^a C. -j'-u. 


Franees E. InOk 


Cl.'infnts. Irraiiey J. Tin. 


George D. inoi. 


1.1a K. 71it. 


James F. 1055. l()5i;. 


James 7li!l 


Katherine A. li):U. 


James 1'. 7O0. 


Katherine S. ln!)4. 


Jeaiiette :^I. 7(1'.). 


Lemuel 1056. 


John 5:;7. 


Lenuiel L. I(i5(;. l(i"J4. 


Ilaymoml 710. 


^fary B. 1(I55. 


ClevelaiKl, Charlotte odl. 


]k[ary J. 1004. 


G rover S9G. 


^[innie B. 1004. 


Jonas 350. 


■ Sidney B. lo04. 


Lydia T. 350. 


;:^obb, Austin l^iVl. 


President 7G8. 


Elizabeth liCi'. 


Clifford, Araimah 537. 


Elizabeth B. lo.'VJ. 


lietsey A. 703. 


Julia 10.32. 107'^. 


Clarissa 537. 


Lydia 056. 


Deborah K. 537. 


M'aria L. 256. 


Eunice 537. 


:\[ary A. 1032. 107S. 


Huldali 536. 537. 


Cochran. Pev. Itr. 623. 


Iluldah K. 703. 


Coi-hraiU'. P.fulah ^'. 403. 


James 537. 703. 


Cyntlua 403. j 


Kilburn 537. 


Levi 402. '■' 


Loraua 537. 


Lydia C. 402. 


^[aria 537. 


Solomon 4','3. 


l^ifus J. 703. 


Coe, Benlah 812. 


Samuel 537. 


Edward I>. sli'. 


Wright 7n3. 


John S. ',!'. 5. !ili6. 


Wri-ht P. 537. 


.Mary B. SI 2. 


Cline, Esther !i':!5. 900. 


Sniiuiei- 812. 


^liiierva 1001. 


Collin, Caroline M. 41. 


Clinton, Catharine M. 5.'I1. 


Fre.leri-k A. 41. 


Cloudi*Lney ( ). KUl. 


(). v. Mrs. 216. 


Clow, Lavina :^23. 


Cotl'ron. Alvau B. 1042. 


Coat of Arms 8. 


1(IS7. 



113i 



Index 



Anna C. KiSS. 

Daisy L. 10S7. 

Daniel L. 1042. 1087. 

Dewey L. IDS?. 

Elizabeth C. Kisj. 

Eva D. 1042. lilSS. 

Pannie B. 1()42. 

Pamiie E. ID 4; I, liiSS. 

Tteorge K. 1042. 
(lertnule V;iii S. 10S7. 
Iva M. 104;'. KKS. 
Jenuett 1087. 
Jennie R. lOS?. 
John B. 1042. 1088. 
Mae 0. 1088. 
Maggie G. 104.1. 
Mary M. 1042. 
]\Iai-y S. 1087. 

Opal ]\r. 104;]. 

Robert K. 1087. 
Robert S. 1087. 

Rutherford 1087. 

"Willard H. 1042. ]087. 

William ^V. 1042. 10^8. 
Cogswell, .Tonatliaii 448. 
Colby, Sarah 17. 
Cole, Alma 982. 

Mary 330. 

^fatildrf 100. 
Colegrove, Ann 4n(). 

Asaph 40G. 

Electa M. 496. 

Henry II. 49G. 
J^liranda 496. 

Wan-en M. 496. 
Coleman. .Marieita 10]8. 

Winnie L. 1044. 



Collins & Eenn 807. 
i-'ollins, Annis E. 687. 
Benaijah 102. 
Evalyn S. 682. 812. 
Fannie L. 813. 
Florilla U. 505. 682. 
llarvey S. 813. 
Hubei-t P. 682. 813. 
James ( .') lo2. 
Jewett II. 682. 
:\[ary ( .') 102. 
Raymond P. 682. 
Susan C. ( .') 102. 
Susanna T. lo2. 
"William ( .') lo2. 
William A. 505. 682. 
Collor, Prancetta 909. 
<'olt, Christopher 146. 2 
Samuel 146. 237. 
Sarah A. 3(ill 635. 
Colton, David B. 332. 
Helen A. 332. 
Heman (;63. 
Joseph E. 332. 
:\rary 662. 
Robert P. ;;:]2. 
Susan H. 332. 
William W. .3.32. 
Colver. Lizzie L. 815. 
Combs. Arthur P. 313. 8: 
Charles 313. 
Laura :\I. 214. 
Louis E. .313. 822. 
Louisa 214. 
^lary S. 313. 822. 
Miltnn 214. 
Sophronia II. 313. 



Index 



1135 



Winfred E. 313. 822. 
( '.iniiiit'rfonl, Mary l(is2. 
l.'i.)instock, Ahiyail 31. 

Adeline S. 234. 

Amy 23S. 

Amy G. 322. 340. 

Annie T. 322. 339. 

Antoinette D. 322. 
• Christopher 234. 

Donald C. S. 322. 

p:iizabeth 55: 61. GO. 70. 

Franklin G. 145. 234. 
235. 23S. 322. 

Frederick 238. 322. 

Frederick H. 322. 

Hany F. 322. 

Jahez 234. 

Jabez K. 238. 

Jeanie B. 329. 

John 21. 

Julia A. 14(J. 239. 

T.ewis B. 322. 

IMai'tin 55. 70. 

Mary E. 23^. 

Mary M. 55. 70. 

Xellio W. 322. 

Kalph T. 23S. 

Kol)bins T. 239. 

Temperance 101. 

Tracy S. 322. 

Tiyphena T. 145. 234. 

Wilbur S. 329. 

AVilliamG. IKi. 234. 238. 
Gonaiit, Alvah 4.54. 

Carmino 5')(i. 

Mary ^\'. 454. 
Gone, A. T. 153. 



Abi-ail 105. 
Ad.lisou 109. 
All)ert S. 101). 
Alice 97. 
Alice 11. I0(i. 
Alice S. 107. ^ 
Almira J. 107.' 
Alonzo 107. 
Amelia V. 40. 
Amos 490. 
Amos S. 490. 638. 
Anna B. 92. 
Anna E. 107. 
Annas. 109. 
Apollos 108. 
Aristarclms 109. 
Asenath 179. 215. 
Ashbel 92. 9^. 
Augustus 40. 
Aznbah S. 490. 
Barton 108. 
Benjamin 92. 
Betsey 99. 
Betsey F. 153. 
Charles 107. 
Charles C. 491. 639. 
Charles E. 154. 787. 
Charles F. 639. 
Charlotte 490. 637. 
Charlotte M. 490. 6:J 

786. 
Christiana L. 810. 
Chira F. 638. 786. 
Clarissa F. 154. 254. 
Cla\-ton V>. 640. 787. 
Ciiutoii .\. 63-;. 785. 
Conant 97. 9-^. 106. 



[72J 



11 30 



Index 



Cynthia 41. 
CjTitliia M. 40. 
Damaris 109. 
Daniel [)2. 10(t. 109. 150. 
, Darius 107. 153. 
Deborah P. lOG. 
Dolly M. 63S. 
Dorothy C. 9S. 
Ebenezer 102. 
Edmoud lOS. 
Edward' S. 639. 7S7. 
Elisha 105. 107. 153. 
Eliza 109. 
Eliza U. 154. 
Eliza P. 640. 
Elizabeth 92. 103. 
Elizabeth S. 108. 
Elizabeth T. 105. 
Ellen 107. 
Ellen A. 154. 255. 
P^nuua C. 639. 7S7. 
Ephraim 99. 107. IDS. 
Estella M. 639. 787. 
Esther 464. 
Etta B. 785. 
Eunice C. 92. 
Francis 109. 
Francis S. 154. 255. 
Frank C. 638. 
Frank E. 638. 
Frank G. 255. 
Gabnella G. 255. 
George 40. 107. 109. 
^George M. G38. 
George X. 490. G39. 7s^. 

1097. 
George W. 41. 



Gerard 90. 91. 93. 

Gerard Judge 88. 

Hannah 107. 1Q8. 154. 

Hannah B. 108. 352. 4G1. 
464. 

Hannah L. 639. 

Harriet C. G40. 

Harriet F. G38. 

Harriet P. 788. 

Harriet T. 154. 254. 

Hawley 108. 

Hiram 154. 

Huldah 108. 

Inez 255. 

James 150. 

James W. 638. 

Jared 93. 99. 108. I(i9. 

810. 
Jedidah A. 99. 490. 
Jennie E. 639. 
Jennie J. 1097. 
Jeremiah 92. 98. 
Jerusha 98. 
John 98. 352. 461. 464. 
Jonathan 0. 150. 
Jose)>h 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 

93. 97. 98. 106. 
Joseph S. 107. 
Julia X. G38. 786. 
Julius 109. 
Laura 490. 
Laura C. 109. 
Leroy C. 638. 
Levi P. 40. 
Lois 810. 
Lueinthia 359. 
Lueretia ]54. 



Indf.x 



1131 



Liujy '.)S. 90. lUS. 
Lucy II. 107. 
LiK-y M. 40. 
Lueila F. G3S. 
Lydia G. 9S. 
Marcus J. 150. 
Margaret S. 108. 
]\[aria Af 550. 
Maria L. 490. 
Marian B. 98i 
Marintlia 109. 
Martha 92. 98. 153. 
Martha B. 630. 
Martha S. 97. 107. 
Martin 92. 
Mary 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 

93. 107. 154. 
Mary A. 491. 638. 
:\[ary B. 98. 
Mary G. 92. 
Mary S. 92. 98. 
Matthew 88. 93. 98. 
Mildred 788. 
]\Iinei-\-a 0. 108. 
]\rinnie S. 787. 
Minnie AV. 787. 
Nancy 191. 
Xancy A. 640. 
Xeliemiah 88. 93. 99. 
Nelson L. 640. 
Newell OS. 90. 108. 109. 
Norman 109. 
Norris 107. 
On-ili^ 108. 
iVnnolia \V. Kl^. 
I'hileua lOO. 
Philii) 108. 



rhineasi 400. 
Polly 98. 00. 
Prudence OS. 
Kachel 08. 
Kachel J. ]08. 
Rebecca S. 92. 
Keuben l(t7. 
Rosalthe B. 153. 
Roxanna 107. 153. 
Ruth 88. SO. 00. 03. 
Ruth N. 93. 
Ruth S. 93. 98. 
Sally 107. 152. 
Sally M. 152. 
Sally R. 107. 
Samuel W. 1). 107. 
Sarah 88. 03. 09. 107. 

145. 154. 
Sarali B. 106. 352. 461. 
Sarah E. 630. 
Sarah :M. 4(1. 400. 630. 
Sarah R. 40. 
Selden 400. 
Seneca 98. 

Solomon 02. OS: 107. 
Solomon B. 107. 154. 
Spencer H. 106. 152. 
Spencer W. 152. 
Statira 90. 
Stephen ll)5. 150. 
Stewart B. lOS. 
Sylvester 400. 
Theodore 02. 
Timothy OS. loii. 107. 
Tryplifu;; T. 102. 
Viola 1). 7S.3. 
AVillanl A. 630. 



1138 



Index 



Willard C. 638. 

William 154. 

William A. 40. 155. 

AVilliam E. 10!). 154. 

Willis 41). 

Zenas 98. 
Cougus, Xaney D. 487. 
Coukliu, Amanda E. 711. 
823. 

Catharine ' 711. 

Clara A. C97. 

Ebenezer E. 711. 823. 

Edna D. G97. 

Elias V. R. 711. 

Frank 823. 

Harry 823. 

Ida M. 823. 854. 

John A. 697. 

Katie 823. 

La\ana C. 823. 

Mary M. 823. 

Matthew 711. 

]\[atthew B. 561. 711. 
823. 

Nellie W. 823. 

Rosalie W. 823. 

Virginia 974. 

AVillis 823. 
Conover, Sarah E. 7l>S. 
Converse & Warren 265. 
Converse, A. R. 264. 
Cook, Anna F. 452. 

Betsey 453. 

Bowen 1057. 

Charles E. 283. 

Cornelia S. 1057. 

Elizabeth S. 415. 452. 



Eunice 92. 

Florence M. 283. 

George E. 2S3. 

Plelen :\I. W. 283. 

Henry 792. 

Martha F. 792. 

:\lary A. 793. 

Mary E. 374. 

Maude 1057. 

Xancy 453. 

Nancy H. 978. 
i Oliver 415. 452. 

Ifachel C. 98. 

Sarah E. 196. 

Susannah 234. 
Coon, Louisa P. 562. 
Cooper, Alniina W. 785. 

Ai-tliur 298. 

Belle T. 784. 

Carrie B. 785. 

Charles C. 637. 784. 
Charlotte C. 637. 
Charlotte E. 392. 784. 

872. 
C. Willard 785. 
David 637. 
David M. 490. 636. 
Ebenezer 490. 
Edclbert E. 797. 
Edgar J. 797. 
Elizabeth P. 785. 
Frances A. 298. 
George C. 784. 
Georgiana -636. 
Glenn E. 797. 
Grace il. 797. 
Ivanette 785. 



Index 



J. Worcester 7S5. 


Jessie 226. 


Jiniies C. G37. 7tS5. 


Lucy 900. 


.leiiuie F. 840. 


Sarah A. 226. 


John C. 637. 7S5. 840. 


1 Coraell, Minnie Amelial066. 


Lotta E. 784. 


Corrections and additions 


Lucille E. 797. 


1 1096. 


^fa^ifgie L. 785. 


Cortis, Sarah- L. 506. 683. 


Kodney A. 785. 


684. 


Royal 40.0. C37. 


Costa, Mr. and Mrs. 723. 


Kuth 490. 


Cotton, Clair H. SOO. 


Thankful M. 490. G37. 


George E. 654. 800. 


. AVillard ^[. 637. 785. 


Ida H. SOO. 


Zilpah 459. 


Nellie :\L 800. 


Coi)fland, Amos :M. 36S. 


Sally .M. 653. 


625. 


Silas 653. 


Betsey :\r. 368. 625. 


Cottrell, Elsie A. W. 282. • 


Charles E. 368. 626. 


609. 


Chai'les W. 368. 625. 


Frank A. 282. 


Cornelia M. 381. 780. 


George W. 282. 609. 


E. 535. 


John^282. 


Ella P. 535. 


Mary Adelaide 282. 336. 


Helen yi. 368. 381. 626. 


Sarah E. 282. 


780. 


Couch, Hattie 305. 


John M. 381. 780. 


Coughliu, Frank 614. 


Leonard 367. 625. 


Coultas, Rev. 318. 


Leonard L. 368. 381. 625. 


Covell, Alviu 456. 532. 


■ 780. 


Anna :\I. 411. 


^faria M. 367. 625. 


Polly G. 456. 532. 


Sarah ^L 381. 780. 


Samuel 411. 


Copwell. Elsie 252. 


CoAvler, Ann 755. 


Corey, Clarinda S. 226. 


Cox, Sarah 539. 


Ciark 226. 


Coy, Florence !•]. 841. j 


<;Mark A. 226. 


Mary X. 841. j 


Kffie^S. 22(5. 316. 


Warren II. 841. ■' 


Einnia E. 22l). i 


Coylc. Edwai-d W. 11131. 


(irnce A. 226. 


(irncc E. 1()7(;. 


James A. 226. 


Harry 1076. 



1140 



Index 



Henry G. 1031. 1075. 
107G. 

Ida J. 1031. 1075. 

Phebe H. 107G. 

Rosanua :\r. lo31. 

Thomas H. ](i31. 

Thomas 0. 1031. 
Cozzeus, Charlotte AI. 381. 
394-. 781. 839. 

Helen C. 381. 780. 

Helen L. 381. 395. 781. 
839. 

Henry A. 381. 780. 

Lyman ]'.. 381. 781. 
Craig, Catharine M. 798. 
Cramer, Alden X. 2112. 

Hattie S. 292. 

Heniy 292. 

Jennie 1SL:202. 
Crami/ton. Priscilla 413. 
Crandall, Annie E. 1050. 
Crandall, Maranda 899. 
Crane, Alfred S. 712. 744. 

Anna I. 355. 

Ephraim H. 71. 

Harriet 5ol. 5G2. 

Harriet C. 712. 744. 

John W. 712. 744. 

Marcia 145. 

Mary C. 712. 744. 

Mary M. 71. 

Rizpah :\I. S90. 

Simeon 355. 
Craven, Dr. G4G. CA7. 
Cra^^I'm-d. P.orni.'o 0. 842. 

Pertlia A. >42. 

Edith M. 842. 



James 842. 

James P. 842. 

Lillian F. 800. , 

Mary P. 842. 

Norman C. 842. 

Paehel J. 842. 
Crippen, Ella L. 395. 840. 
Crist, Aurel G40. 

Mary A. G51. 
Crites, Sarah E. G18. 
Crittenden, Alfred Pi. 1011. 

Carlton P. 9G0. 1008. 

Charles 9G0. 1008. 

Chailes V. 1012. 

DeLancey S. 1012. 10G2. 

Fanny 9G0. 1007. 

Fanny P. 960. 

George 1008. 

Helen 1008. 

Joseph 1008. 

Lillian F. 10G2. 

Lonisa 9G0. 

Lydia A. 9G0. 1007. 

Lydia Van E. 1008. 

May 1008. 

Naney 9G0. 1007. 

Xanry S. 1011. 

Percy A. 10G2. 

Soi)hronia 9G0. lOOG. 

Sulimit 9G0. lOOG. 

William 9G0. 
Crocker, Dorothy 98. 

Temi)erance 100. 
Cromack, Charles H. G49. 

Lilla C. G49. 
Croshy, .Mary (^. 193. 
Crosier, Harriet M. 2iiO. 



Index 



1141 



Cn.ss, Kittle M. 1056. 
<'rossTO:iii, Caleb S. loH. 

Martha E. W. 150. 
Criitlier, Sarah E. 795. 
Crouch, Dmiiel 998. 

Lydia P. 998. 

Sarah E. 3GS. G26. 

Sarah L. 919. 
Crounso. P. ^L Pev. 906. : 
Crowoll, Asenath I. 8G7. 

Catharine L. 19.3. 

Eiiphas 103. ; 

Ilezekiah 103. | 

Jeruslia T. 102. i 

John 103. 

Sally 103. 

Samuel 102. 103. 
udworth, Lucy 362. 
uimiugham, ^.lary E. 541. 
urrio, Xellie J. 381. 781. 
uirier, Pebecca 6G7. 
urr}', Alexander 326. 

Bertha L. 340. 

Emma W. 326. 

Ilattie I. 326. 

Howard W. 326. 340. 

Jean L. 340. 

John A. 326. 

Thoma.s A. 326. 
f'urtis, A. B. 226. 

J. S. Mrs. 561. 

William 226. 
< 'ashing, Caleb 47]. 
Cutler, Charlotte E. SOS. 

Elsitetli 80V!. 

(I race D. 8ii8. 

Ka]i)h n. 8(18. 



Palph W. 525. 808. 1098. 
Palr»h W. Mrs. 1098. 

1099. 
Ruth H. 8118. 
Cutter, Amelia II. 371. 
Carrie D. 38S. 
Carrie M. 388. 
Charles V. 388. 
Franklin J. 372. 388. 
. Harriet P. 372. 
James H. 372. 388. 
James L. 371. 
Lucinda A. 372. 
Mary L. 372. 

DagT\-ell, Carrie L. 388. 
Dallas, George ]M. 152. 
Dahymple, Emily 615. 

Ira G15. 

Leonard 615. 

Mack 615. 

Mary T. 615. 

Orrin 615. 

Warren G15. 

Washington 615. 
Dana, Mrs? 164. 
Daniel, II. & D. 326. 
Daniels, Beulali 190. 

Rose 1052. 
Darby, Leila B. 1042. 
Darcy, Daniel P. 10.-)4. 

Lillian II. 1054. 
Dart, Abigail 421. 

Clinton F. 904. 

David 883. 

George II. 904. 

Helen 9l)4. 



1142 



Indlx 



Josepli 892. 


David 49(5. 


Joseph H. Wn. 


Dorothy 55. 69. 


Laura A. 35!). 


Dorothy W. 808. - 


Lucy SS9. 


Dudley 69. 


Lucy L. 904. 


Edward J. 804. 


Mary M. SS3. 


Elsie M. 80(^ 


Mary S. ii04. 


Elsie P. 80,^. 


Polly ^I. SS3. 


Elisha F. 801. 850. 


IJichard 892. 


Elizabeth M. 806. 850. 


Sabrina M. 904. 


Elizal)eth W. 419. 


Samuel T. 904. 


Emily S.'664. 807. 


Sarah H. 892. 


Emma J. 660. 804. 


Vienna 892. 


Evalyn C. 812. 


Dascoml', Pamelia 868. 


Evren A. 308. 


Dates, PJioda B. 847. 


Frederick E. 80S. 


Davenport, Sally 412. 


Frederi.-k AY. 664. 80 


Davis, Abigail 28. 03. 672. 


808. 


1096. 1101. 


Gustavus Piev. 664. 


Abigail F. 1096. 1101. 


Gustavus F. 664. 


Ada A. 1062. 


Gusta\'us P. 664. 806. 


Adeline 537. 


Harold A. 804. 


Alfred C. 060. 


Harriet J. 307. 309. 


AUie 825. 


Harriet M. 496. 


Alvaro 490. 600. 


Helen F. 806. 


Amy G. 850. 


Hiram 72. 


Ai-timr W. 806. 


Horace M. 801. 850. 


Azubah W. 419. 


Ida E. 804. 


Belle 1050. 


Ida S. GOO. 


Bessie J. 850. 


Jane ^r. 801. 


Beulah D. 190. 


Jasper 307. 309. 


Carl W. 808. 


Jeff 130. 554. 


Catharine Y. 660. 


JeiTei-snn 979. 


Charles 660. 


Joel 419. 


Qharlotte M. 6(U. 806. 


J.ihn 11. 683. 812. 


807. .^^51. 


.Inlni r.. r.hO. "^(14. 


Cliristniihcr 41l(;. 


Joseph 8(;.5. 


Cora 660. 805. 


Josrphine S. .307. 



Index 



1143 



Julia D. SO-t. 

Loaiider 496. 660. 

Lewis A. 801. 

Lewis F. 850. 

Louisa 660. 

Louise P. 806. 

Lucy S. G64. SDS. 

iMahel E. 804. 

]\rai y C. 385. 

^L-iry T. 80S. 

Minnie S. 850. 

Nancy V. 660. ' 

Nathaniel 861. 865. 

Roger W. S08. 

Sibyl M. S61. 805. 

Susanna 60. 

Sylvia E. 850. 

Viola 785. 

Wealthy .'35. 

Zephaniah 410. 
Davison, \V. A. 580. 
Dawald, Ada A. A. 294. 

Ella A. A. 294. 336. 

Emma S. 294. 

Hannah S. 294. 

John 294. 
Day, Abiah C. 45S. 

Albert 548. 

CjTithia H. 535. 

Daniel 458. 535. 

Daniel D. 536. 

David K. 460. 

Ednuiiid 460. 

Eli^a 149. 

Ellen IL 536. 7(i2. 

Elsie 536. 



Elvira 458. 536. 

Erastus 91. 

Frances A. 536. 702. 

Hannah S. 536. 

Harry 458. 

Jehiel 458. 535. 

John K. 536. 

Milliceut 460. 

Nabby K. 458. 

Polly K. 460. 

Hosella 535. 701. 

Paifus 460. 

Sarah M. 548. 

Sophronia 45S. 535. 
Dayton, Edna B. 1093. 

Newell B. 1093. 

Walter H. 1093. 
Dean, Abigail C. 952. 

Alice B. 151. 

Althea A. 151. 251. 

Althea L. 253. 

Anna G. 251. 327. 

Anna W. 253. 

Catharine M. .328. 

Chai-le.s K. 2.53. 

Davis 150. 151. 

Davis N. 253. 

Edith il. 328. 

Florence M. 253. 

George S. 253. 

Gladys F. 253. 

(iracc V. 253. 

Hannah S. 150. 

II at tie A. 253. 

Helen M. 151. 252. 



1144 



Index 



Helen R. 253. 

Isaac 952. 955. 

Jeffrey 150. 

John K. 17:j. 

John S. 251. .32S. 

Jonathan 15u. 151. 

Jonathan W. 151. 

Laura S. 151. 

I\[aria L. G. 250. 

Mary 150. 

]\rary A. 151. 

Mercy 952. 

Nellie L. 251. 327. 

Xewton J. 151. 253. 

Rachel L. 151. 251. 

Rebecca 952. 

Sarah 952. 

Smith D. 151. 250. 

Sybil H. 150. 
Deane, Amelia M. 103(1. 

Elma 1030. 

Keziah E. 913. 

Seth 951. 
William 1036. 
Deering, Margaret 999. 
Dogolier. Jennie K. 598. 
DeKalb, Ida lOG. 
DeLand, Ainnet S14. 
Charles A. 814. 
Clara T. 814. 
Dorothy 814. 
Eunice R. 814. 
Hazel 814. 
Delx)ng, Lydia 564. 
Deming, Antoinette 322. 
Demure, Julia E. 804. 
Dennis & Ives 665. 



Dennis, Addie 1007. 

Bertha P. 6(i5. ln:i 
i 1099. 

! Butler 1007. 
I Carrie 1007. 
; Cecile M..1099. 

Charlotte W. 065. 80^. 
Clara S. 665. 
Clark i\r. 7SS. 
Fannie 1007. 
Fanny C. 1007. 
Faustine 788. 
Grace 665. 808. 
James 1007. 
Joseph 1007. 
Louis ]\r. 788. 
Minnie C. 788. 
Rodney 665. 1098. 
Rodney S. 665. 1097 

1098. 
William S. 665. 
DeSohns, Rosalie 665. 
DeVolt, Elim R. 78. 79. 
Frank E. 79. 
^lelvina M. 78. 79. 
Willie :\[. 79. 
Dewej-, Apollos 418. 
Betsey 56. 75. 76. 
Carl P. 815. 
Charlotte 711. 
David 418. 
Ebenezer 418. 
Electa P. 412. 
Frank A. 815. 
George L. 815. 
Helen yi. 815. 
Helena 621. 



Index 



Ilopslbali 344. 


j Margaret 479. 


Jcledinh 41 fi. 


Phebe 479. 


Julia P. S15. 


1 Vesta 354. 


Lester P. 815. 


Dike, Col. 447. 


^rary E. SI 5. 


Dimmock, Abner 373. 


.Matilda P. 41 S. 


1 Catharine D. 373. 3s9. 


1 Kodolplms 41S. 


i Edwin L. 373. 389. 


Kosanna E. i^lo. 


Etta P. 389. 


Sarah 345. 


General 871. 


Teniperaiice 41'='. 4(10. 


Kate 871. 


Teniporanre K. 41S. 


Laverne 389. 


\ Waiter A. 815.^ 


Maggie H. 389. 


^ IK'xter, Elizabeth H. 507. 


IVrary B. 373. 


Mary 485. 


Randolpli A. 373. 389. 


Pnidenee S. 507. 


Dimock, Anna L. 1055 


Stephen 507. 


1093. 


Diadaiua, Dr. 173. 


Charlotte B. 1055. 


]>ibl)le, Ainiee G. 739. 


Edward D. lOoi. 


Catliarine B. 739. 


Emma P. 1055. 


Cntliariiio M. 58(3. 


Enocli 1001. 1(155. 


Charles D. 5SG. 739. 


Fanny E. H. I(i55. 


John M. 586. 739. 


Frances H. Iii55. 


Leila F. 739. 


Henry S. loot. 10,54. 


Louisa 'SI. 739. 


Kate H. 1055. 10'. )3. 


Louisa yioK. 739. 


Lillie 0. 1055. 


Mary 345. 348. i 


Lucy K. 1055. 


Moses 58(1 j 


Lydia 0. 1001. 


Ophelia P. 1011. j 


Mary H. lOOl. 1055. 


Pose Sl(3. j 


Minerva C. KHU. 


Dick, Mary A. 303. | 


Thomas J. 1001. 11)55. 


Dickenson, Robert C. 818. i 


William 1001. 


Dickerman, Frank W. 5G1. ' 


William ?L H155. 


George L. 561. 


William C. Khi]. Iii55. 


Dickinson, Serilla 376. ' 


Dinsmore, Anna S. 212. 


Dickson. Helen 799. ^49. 


Jolin B. 212. 3ii9. 


Jame.s 479. ! 


Mary E.,;!ii9. 


Joseph 100. 


Dix, Xellie 388. 



ll-4« 



Index 



Dixon, Almini 9G0. 

Benjamiu 15. 1005. 

Charles II. 2()05. 105;i. 

Eli W. 10(13. 

Ellon F. ](J0,J. Iij.jO. 

Emma B. lOCO. 

John C. 959. 1005. lOGO. 

Mareia E. 90?. 

Martha I. lOOo. 1059. 

:\rary E. 10U5. 105'.). 

:\Iary P. 1005. 

I'lu'fie P.' 959. 

Robert W. lOGO. ' 

"Willard P. 1095. 1059. 
Doaue, Alice 1012. 

Chauncey F. 525. 

Edward L. 525. 

Frederick S. 524. 

Heniy T. 524. 

Leonard 455. 524. 

Marj' M. 525. 694. 

Mary S. 455. 524. 
Dol)Son, Charles M. 335. 

Charlotte 503. fi66. 

Emma S. GG(l 809. 

George B. 335. 

John S. 503. GGG. 

Jnlia ^y. G(](;. 

Myi-tie B. 3:;5. 

Peter 503. 

Sophia S. 503. 
Dodge, Ahljv 355. 

E. C. ReV. G47. 
jTohn 355. 

Lncy 355. 

Mary E. 7(i2. 
Dolph, Frank ( .') 47. 



Mary S. 47. 

Sylve-stor 47. 
Donahue, Charlutie 73G. 

G. S. 73G. 

John II. 736. 

Mary F. 736. 
Donaldson, Charles 1054. 

Elizabeth 1054. 10;13. 

rhuma C. 590. 

Howard 855. 

James lOol. 1054. 

Lillie 1054. 1093. 

Lucille F. S55. 

Luna ^V. S55. 

:\[orrell G. 590. 

Sarah IL lOOl. Iii54. 

Shirley S55. 

Silas 10,54. 
Donnelly, Jennie 195. 

Virginia 195. 
Donovan cfc ;^^ack 62S. 
Dorubusch, :\[ary M. 740. 
Dorothy, Emeline 4S7. 

Harriet 487. 

Mary 487. 

Xancy 487. 

Sally" T. 487. 
Doty, Mary 8S4. 
Douglas, John G. 495. 

ilaiy 329. 

Sophia M. 495. 
Douglass, Alice A. 105 
1095. 

Arthur L. 820. 

Carolines. 1057. 

G. W. 9G6. 

Lorov W. 820. 



Index 



1147 



l.Wl'w 1057. 

Ximi B. 820. 

Xc'wton B. 820. 

Olive W. 820. 

S. B. 1057. 
I iciwner, P]inma 22f). 
iiuwiioy, Lottie E. lo71. 

Stepbou L. 1071. 

Vina 1071. 
Mowning, Lydia C. 907. 
Dcylc'Esteila L. 794. 
|)r.'\v, Harlow 83. 

Isaac 537. 

Lorana C. 537. 

Lydia M. 83. 

May 260. 747. 
Dr.nvatt, Mable A. 1045. 

.Minnie B. 1044. 

^ilinnie G. 1045. 

William R. 1044. 
Driggs, Henry P. 318. 
rni])ree, Ellen B. 295. 
Dudley, Arthur J. 3^)0. 3:; 
380. 394. 

Arthur L. 132. 

xVi-viUa M. 199. 3GG. 

Betsey M. I. 198. 3GG. 

Caroline S. 208. 

Carroll A. 337. .394. 

Carroll E. I. 199. 3GG. 

Carroll L E. 2o8. 304. 

Carroll S. 304. 

Charles C. 300. 380. 

Cora-t\ 303. 

Deliorah 882. 

PaIwIu El. 20S. 304. 

Elizabeth S. 304. 



Emma ]\I. 208. 303. 

Harmony 304. 

Harmony S. 132. 

Helen A. 199. 300. 3GG. 
380. 

Plelen C. 304. 

Helen E. 208. 

Jeanie E. 304. 

John A. 199. 36G. 
* John H. 198. 36G. 

Jonathan 198. 

Lofton L. 208. 303. 

Lora W. 337. 394. 

Lulu 612. 

:\Lirguerite 303. 

^lary D. 303. 

Mary E. 300. 380. 

Mary S. 882. 

Oakley D. 303. 

Oakley S. 208. 303. 

Sarah J. T. 300. 380. 

Rardis 132. 208. 

Sophia 193. 

Una F. 304. 

William 882. 

William H. 199. 300. 3GG. 
380. 
Dukes, Charlotte 911. 
Dunbar, Amy L. 3oO. 
Dunham, Elizabeth W. 49. 
323. 

Harriet 192. 

Kittie 804. 
Dunlap, Edwin 502. 

:\Iaiy I. 5i'2. 
Dunning, Callie So2. 
Dunsill, Abii-ail 25. 109G. 



1148 



iNnEX 



Dunton, Augustus T. 918. 

Flora S. 918. 

Mary B. 918. 
Durfee, Fred lOOG. 

Isabel W. 1006. 
Dustin, Haunali ^V. -152. 
Dutcher, Lydia 411. 
Duttou, Damaris SjO. 

Euoch 58. 80. 

Luther 58. 78. SO. 

Sally U. 5S._78. 80. 

Sarali G63. 

Earl, Clement 361. 

Lydia T. 361. 
Earnest, Eliza 653. 
Eastou, C. n. Dr. 494. 
Eaton, Addie B. 922. 

Amos Prof. 553. 

Anna H. 360. 

Clara J. 692. 

Delia 376. 

Edwin 360. 

John H. 360. 376. 

Joshua AV. 3611. 

Lizzie 376. 

Z^Iartha A. 360. 376. 

Martha C. 376. 

IMyra 890. 

N. J. 577. 

Kev. 199. 

Willie 376. 
Ebersole, Charles D. 107<>. 

¥k M. 1070. 

Florenrr. M. li)7il 

Harriet ^{. ]li7(i. 
Eckles,, Plu'Iie lOKl. 1054. 



P^dgerton, Sevilla 533. 
Edgett, Marilla H. 179. 
Edwards, Ernest Ah 1083. 

Frank B. 1083. 

Harry H. 1083. 

Isabella M. 1083. 

Willey H. 1083. 

William L. 1083. 
Egards, Elder 952. 
Eggleston, Anna C. 479. 

Benjamin 479. 

Joseph 479. 

Mary 479. 
Eighrae, George C. 225. 

Mary L. F^ 224. 
Elder, Abigail 'M. 160. 4S:J 

Corinth S. 160. 163. 48J 
594. 598. 

Flora P. 4S3. 

Madorah J. 483. 600. 

Marett A. 483. 598. 

Theresah Al. 483. 600. 

William 160. 483. 
Eldredge, Adeline G. 386. 

Anna 619. 

Harriet L. 182. 

Ljnnan Dr. 182. 
Eliot, Abigail A. 726. 

Clara S. 830. 

Dorothea D. 730. 

Ellen S. 731. 

Grace 731. 

Henrietta M. 72(;. 731. 

Mary E. 730. 

]\riuna S. 830. 

Euth K. 830. 

Samuel E. 731. 



Index 



1149 



Theodore S. SoU. 
'I'horaas D. 731. 
Tliomas L. 72G. 7ll9. 
Williaiu G. 72(i. 72'J. 73n. 

s;jn. 

y.nivn, Addle 10G4. 
Auiia 412. 
Ezra F. 1012. 
Lottie Van De M. 1012. 
KUis, Abhie E. 370. 302. 

3'J3. 531. 698. 
Al)by L. 3G0. 3GL 
Abigail H. 345. 349. 
Abigail S. 34G. 350. 415. 

456. 
Ada S. 376. 
Addie E. 377. 
Anna 347. 
Artbur B. 377. 
Asa W. 393. 
Augustus 501. 
Benjamin 346. 694. 
Benjamin A. 351. 456. 
Benjamin S. 361. 377. 
Betsey II. SSS. 
Beulah 346. 
Caroline 362. 
Carrie B. 377. 
Charles F. 1021. 1072. 
Clara 362. 
Clara A. 1021. 
Clara M./393. 
Clarissa K. 417. 
Cynthii 350. 456. 
Cynthia M. 351. 362. 

456. 532. 
David 347. 



Eber E. 1021. 
Edward S. 349. 360. 361. 

377. 393. 
Electa 351. 362. 
Electa I. 501. 
Elijcih 347. 
Elizabeth 347. 393. 
Elizabeth F. 619. 
Elizabeth S. 347. 
Elmer E. 1021. 
Elnora T. 616. 
Elsie M. 377. 
Emeline K. 393. 
Emily W. 393. 
Erastus 501. 
Ethel M. 753. 
p]unice "\V. 417. 
Eva A. 48. 
Eveline 836. 
Flora M. 1021. 
George C. 351. 
George F. 1072. 
George T. 753. 
Hannah M. 346. 861. 
Harriet B. 351. 
Harriet X. S. 376. 531. 
Hattie M. 376. 531. 
Horan 346. 349. 350. 
Huldidi 347. 
Isaac 346. 350. 415. 456. 
Isabella 363. 
Jabez 346. 424. 456. 861. 
.lames 362. 
James M. 351. 362. 
.lay II. ]ii21. 1072. 
Joim 347. 351. 412. 417. 

423. 619. 



1150 



Index 



John C. 351. 




Mordecai 34(5. 349. 33( 


John E. 377. 393. 


Nahby 351. 456. 


John G. 1072. 




Nabby E. 351..456. 


John H. 1021. 




Nathan 417. SSS. 


Jonathan 347. 




Nehemiah M. 1021. 


Julia L. 377. 




Xellie A. 1021. 1072. 


Julia S. 753. 




Olive S. 1072. 


Kittie F. 1072 




Rose 346. 495. 


Laura 351. 




Eose J. 412. 


Levi 347. 61G. 




Ruhamah 346. 


Lottie^I. 1021 


1071. 


Sadie W. 1072. 


Lucius 501. 




Samuel H. 360. 361. 3' 


Lucy 363. 




Sarah 347. 


Lucy C. 362. 




" Sarah D. 1021. 1072. 


Lunette 377. 




Sarah E. 361. 376. 3' 


Lydia .346. 350 


363. 


392. 393. 699. 872. 


Lydia E. 360. 


361. 


Sawyer 345. 346. 349. 


Lydia L. 360. 




Serilla D. 376. 


Mabel 393. 




Sophia W. 351. 


Maria 456. 501 




Submit 351. 


Maria W. 302. 


69S. 


Submit 0. 351. 


Mai-iah 350. 




Warren 347. 


Martha :\r. lOL 


1. 


Wesley T. 753. 


Mary 14. 346. 


349. 350. 


William 360. 361. 501 


393. 412. 423 




William C. 1021. 


Mary C. 351. 




WilliamL. 360. 3i"il.3' 


Mary E. 360. Z 


61. 


531. 


Maiy H. 346. 


349. 350. 


William S. 376. 392. 3' 


Mary S. 346. 


351. 376. 


531. 69S. 


456. 531. 




AVillie W. 753. 


Melintha SSS. 




Ellsworth, Delia W. S(t7. 


:\fercy M. 360. 


361. 


Edith T. S51. 


iMercy K. :]{]{). 




Pinekney W. S51. 


:\[. E'u.iso 377. 


694. 


SariUi A. 6".9. 


M.lda302. 6Ii«. 


Elmer, P^phrniTn 411. 


Millie [I. 753. 




Polly P. 411. 


]\lollio 34(5. 




VJy, A. Louise 45. 



Index 



1151 



Kllen G. 42. 

Kllon M. 45. 

Ezra 2(;. 

Ik'iiry L. 352. 4G1. 

.1. IL3G. 

.I.iliii If. 45. 

Mary 2(3. 460. 550. 

Mary A. S. 352. 4G1. 

Sarah S. 26. 
i:nRriek,DavicnV.299. 379. 

George L. 824. 

^Faladine G. 299. 379. 

Mary E. S24. " 

Nellie 299. 337. 3S0. 394. 

Samuel L. S24. 
Kinersou 569. 
JMnery, Elvira B. 775. 

Eiinna 1046. 

Ti)notliy "NV. 775. 
Hminons, Alice S24. 

Ainauda 468. 550. 711. 

Anna 711. 

Cluirle.s R. 579. 

Cliarlotte D. 711. 

David 92. 

David B. 239. 

David ^r. 579. 732. 

Ebenezer 467. 468. 550. 
554. 5.55. 563. 619. 711. 

Edward 711. 

Eliza 472. 580. 711. 

Elizabeth B. 470. 

Emily 472. 582. 

EnuiuvH. 579. 733. 

Kmiimliiie W. 2311. 

Fitz Henry 5.^0. 

George I. 579. 

[73J 



(J rant 711. 824. 
Harmony 46S. 556. 
llarrit't 468. 563. 590.' 
Harriet ^L 1017. 
Harris G. 579. 
Helen A. 711. 
Ichabod 469. 
Isabel 580. 
James H. 579. 
Jennie X. 732. 
Jennie E. 579. 
Jessie 824. 
Justin 468. 
Laura 472. 581. 
Lottie 711. 
Louisa 580. 
Louisa L. 733. 
Louisa W. 578. 
Maggie 711. 
]\[aria B. 579. 
Maria C. 550. 
^^lartha ^L 732. 
Mary 468. 472. 550. 58f 

711. 824. 
Mary C. 92. 
^lary L. 579. 
^laryM. 467. 
M indwell ^[.469. 
Minnie T. 824. 
Monroe 472. 578. 579. 
Nathaniel 468. 
Nettie W. 711. 
Noadiah 470. 472. 579. 
Koger M. 733. 
Serai.h H. 57S. 
Susan ]\. 5sn. 
Susan AV. 579. 



1152 



Index 



Susanna S. 4G7. 
Emory, Charles 0. 701. 

:Margaret T. T'Jl. 
p:ngleliardt,F.E. Prof. 17: 
Ensign, Annie C. 322. 339. 

Louis :M. 339. 

Milton 32-2. 339. 

Kuth 339. 
Ernst, Lena 1049. 
Estey, Aaron B. 1062. 

Belle C. 10G2. 

Veda M. 1002. 
Evans, Emma D. 22G. 

George 48. 

Harriet 305. 

Lillian M. 48. 
Everett. C. T. Uev. 565. 

Ida 799. 
Everson, Esther K. 26; 

74S. 
Ewell. Eloise G. 991. 
Ewen, Charlotte R. 197. 



I'ailing, Lfru>a M. 2 
P'airbaiiks, Emily M 

Herbert ^1. 54S. 

John B. 548. 
Eales, Mrs. 123. 
i'anning, Bertha M. 

Burton 787. 

Estella C. 787. 

Eva L. 787. 

Leon B. 787. 
^ liose PI 787. 
P^irmer. .LP. Prv. 1 

Phehe A. 52^. 
Farnluuii, CIj 



54. 

. 548. 
70S. 



II. G 



Mary E. 679. 

Sarah E. 679. 
Famsworth, Cyrus 900. 

Lydia K. 900. 

Susan M. 703. 
Farrell, Jennie 840. 
Faulk, Carrie E. 736. 

Harriet F. 736. 

Mary H. 651. . 

Norman AV. 736. 
Fay, Amanda S. 141. 

John 141. 
Fennell, T. H. 243. 
Feujier, Amelia C. 40. 

Oscar G. 40. 
Ferguson, Alice V. D. ^I. 

1063. 
Ferre, Henry 237. 
I'erris, Agnes, 561. 

Henry 562. 

John 561. 

Louisa 561. 
Field, Hsthor 463. 

Kate 267. 268. 

:\Iary 413. 

Maiy H. 463. 

Moses 463. 

PrisciUa C. 413. 

Zaeliariah 413. 
Fields, Osgood & Co. 1-4. 
Filley, Emma E. 368. 62t;. 
Finch, Sarah C. 1065. 
Finley, John 86)0. 

Mary B. 3(i3. 539. 

Phelje'F. 8G(l 
P'ischer. }*Iary (JIS. 
Fish. Aaron M. 4(]2. 



Index 



1153 



Al.i-ail S. 4C>1!. 

David 414. 

Klisha 4G2. 

Kli8lia E. 462. 

Elislui S. 462. 

Elislia W. 462. 

Eunice 414. 

Grace P. 414. 

Hauiiali M. 462. 

^[artba P. 462. 

^[ary W. 462. 542. 

Kacbel T. 544. 
Fisher, Catharine 336. 

Charlotte B. 225. 315. 

Clair H. 3SS. 

Ella A. A. D. 33G. 

Emnia 6S8. 

Frederick C. 3SS. 

Ilariy 336. 

Harry K. 224. 225. 

Herbert 225. 

Howard C. 3SS. 

Joseph 906. 

Julia E. 906. 

Lorinda K. 220. 

Mary L. 225. 

Molly 53S. 

Kuth H. 3SS. 

Samuel W. 220. 

Willie 336. 

Zelinda A. 906. 
Fisk, Cora M. 1049. 

Elizabeth J. 7S5. 

FurUt-r F. 1049. 

Harold M. 10+;). 

Harriet C. 6:5S. 
Fi^ko, Cbarles A. 2li7. 



Cornelia 297. 

Ellen B. 297. 

Lucy 178. 619. 

William B. 297. 
Fitch, Charlotte P. 411. 

Lillian S. 1062. 

I\[artba 467. 

Mary M. 467. 

:\ratthew 411. 
Fitzpatrick, Helen C. 804. 

P. D. 804. 
Flagg, Albert C. 916. 

Dana P. 916. 

Emeline 916. 

Everett W. 916. 

George H. 916. ' 

Mai-tba ^L 916. 

Merrill E. 916. 

Nora M. 916. 
Fletcher, Abigail 914. 

John 914. 

Mary 914. 
Flint, Caroline 262. 

Caroline E. 831. 834. 

George H. Kev. 261. 830. 
834. 

Mary S. 261. 830. 834. 
Flyun, J. Charles 1045. 

Mabel D. lo45. 
Foley, l]ertha IL 10,^4. 

John C. 10S4. 
Follansbee, Charlotte G. 
852. 

Dorothy 852. 

Frank J. 852. 
Folley, ^Ir. HKIO. 
Foole, Abi-ail 244. 



1154 



Index 



Aniqsa 149. 

Artemisia L. 193. 

Charlotte 585. 737. 

Cora E. 3(l3. 

Dan 149. 

David 246. 

Dyar 149. 

Edwin T. 149. 

Eunice 807. 

Eunice A. 149. 

George W. 585. 

Harriet 5S5. 736. 737. 

Henrj- E. 149. 

Israel 246. 

Jirali I. 149. 

John 11. 585. 736. 737. 

Lena G. 736. 

Lucy ^r. 149. 585. 

Lydia F. 149. 

Mary 585. 736. 

Nathaniel 245. 246. 

Nathaniel :Mrs. 245. 

Nelson 149. 

Sarah 585. 736. 

Sarah B. 737. 

Solomon 453. 

Susiui C. 149. 

"William H. 585. 
Forbes, Archibald 222. 223. 

Lawrence S. 24S. 

Minnie H. 326. 
P'orbush. Polly 902. 
Ford, Ada E. 871). 
* AllynK.S74. 

Dorothy L 860. 

Dorothy Y. S78. 

Ebenezcr H]^'K 864. 



Eliza W. 870. 
Ellen G. 869. 
Emily A. 870.- 
Frederick 860. 
Gilbert 863. 
Grace 860. 
Hannah 860. 
Hannah E. SG7. 869. 
Hannah P. 867. 
Isaac 859. 860. 864. 
Isaiah 860. 
Jedediah L. 867. 870. 
Jemima 417. 86i_l 8i;3. 

864. 
Jemima C. 863. 
John 859. 860. 863. 
John P. 867. 869. 
Josiah 860. 
Julia B. 121. 
Kate 864. 

Katliarine ^L 859. 86n. 
Lina Y. 878. 
Lois 864. 
Lueinda 863. 
Lucy 859. 863. 866. 
Lucy A. S67. 
Lucy G. 863. 869. 
Lucy K. 869. 
Lucy M. 859. 
Luther 86i\ 863. 8in. 

870. 874. ■ 
Luther C. 874. 
Lydia 415. 860. siV.]. 
Mabel ^1. 465. 
^la— if K. 227. 
Mary 227. 859. 
:N[atthcw 860. 



Index 



Michael 227. 

riieboSGO. 

i'iiila 8G4. 

liaoliel SCO. 

laioJa SGO. 

K'ohert E. S74. S77. 

llussell SG4. 

Sarah 8G0. SG4. 

Sarah C. 874. 

Sary S6i). 

Susannah SGO. 

Walter II. 874. 
'nrcst, Kuth A. lOrin. 
'orstree, Virctta A. G43. 
"orsyth, Almira M. 6G1. 

Ciara L. 498. 6G1. 

Chiri.ssa M. 498. 

Henry II. 498. 

Mary W. GGl. 

Orrin ^L GGl. 

Robert A. 498. 

AVilliam II. 498. GGl. 
'<irt. Jei'ome II. 91]. 

OgdenaM. R. 911. 
H^.lick, Jessie K. lulo. 
"ster. A. T. 1097. 

Cynthia A. 649. 

Kiiiily L. G49. 

Ilai'riet 1097. 

Lena .M. W. 910. 

Lnana G22. 

Snrali G. 11197. 

Tri 1). 910. 
"wler, Agnes S. KloG. 

Charles ;J21. 

Ellis X. 104^. 

Frances 0. 104G. 



Frederick ;]21. 

Frederick F. .321. 

Isla B. 1048. 

Mary R. 321. 

Olive B. 11)48. 
Fox, Abigail 109G. 1101. 

Agnes 1042. 

Alice J. 703. 
. Almira B. 9SG. 

Amos 538. 

Amos K. 538. 703. 

Antoinette 987. 

Betsey 939. 

Caroline 948. 

Caroline M. 939. 

Charles A. 703. 

Charles E. 948. 9S7. 

Charles J. 987. 

Charlotte 987. 

Dana 939. 948. 

Dana D. 1042. 

Dana F. 948. 

Edward B. 987. 1042, 

Edward K. 987. 

Electa 939. 947. 9G4. 

Ella K. 987. 

Ella ^I. 703. 

Esther 939. 947. 

Esther B. 987. 

Eunice K. 538. 

Florence 987. 1042. 

George 9G4. 

George G. 948. 98G. 

Iluldah B. 703. 

Isaac IO'.m;. 1101. 

Jane 948. 

Jane S. 948. 



1156 



Index 



Julia Van A. 9S7. 

Lavinia I[. 9SG. 

Leila D. 1042. 

Martha 562. 9S7. 

j\[ary A" an A. 987. 

Minei'\-a 940. 

Moses 939. 

Myrian 716. 

Philip 987. 

Richard E. 1042. 

Sally 939. 

Simeon M. 14. 948. 987. 

Sopbroii'ia 94S. 986. 

Sybil 418. 

Thomas 1096. 1101. 

William K. 987. 

William V. 987. 
Fraleigh, Annie T. 846. 

Arthur 791. 846. 

Claude &45. 

Ella 845. 

Ernest J. 792. 

Frederic 846. 

Frederick 791. 

Goldie 792. 

Harold 792. 

Harrison 846. 

Howard 791. 

Ida 791. 

John 845. 

]\[argaret A. 790. 

Martha T. 791. 

]\rary S. 845. 
*Xellie V. E. 846. 

Kohert ^^Hi. 

Stoj.hen F. 791. 845. 
FraiH'is, Charles 232. 



Helen 365. 

James lfi3. 

Sarah T. 103. * 
Francisco, Alonzo E. 492. 
844. 

Elizabeth 492. 

Emma B. 844. 

Esther 492. 

Hattie 844. 

Helen 844. 

Irving 844. 

Julia^492. 

Kittie 847. 

Margaret 492. 648. 

Martha 492. 

Martha C. 491. 

Mary 648. 

Peter 491. 492. 

Polly 492. 648. 

Ransom 491. 

Richard 492. 

Robert Z. 844. 

Roxanua T. 492. 

Ruth 492. 

Sally 492. 648. 

Thomas 492. 

Willard A. 844. 

William 491. 492. 

William T. 844. 
Frary, Sarah 587. 
Fratts, Katie 295. 
I'razer, Emily 994. 
I'ree, Nancy X. 68S. 
I'roed, Lucy 797. 
Freeman. Charles 0. 790. 

Edith S. 51. 

Elizalieth 619. 



Index 



KTiima A. .^49. 

Kmnia S. 799. 

(iriffin IL 799. 

ll^'Inil). 799. 849. 

Ilerliert P,. 51. 

Herl.ei-t H. 51. 

J (la W. 51. 

James H. 799. 849. 

Jolin 619. 

.fobn J. 799. 

^rml(lp A.51. 

Euth E. 849. 
I'rcnrb, AunioM. il8. 

Charles F. 5:]9. 

II. AV. lis. 

Alary K. 539. 
I'riiik, Betsey H. 3fi9. G35. 

Lntlier H. 369. 635. 
I'^rissell. Augustus C. 581. 

Clinton B. 735. 

Eliza 581. 733. 

Emily 581. 734. 

Fannie B. 735. 

Florence B. 735. 

Fred B. 735. 

Laura 589. 

Laura E. 581. 

Marion E. 735. 

Nelson E. 735. 

Seraph 581. 

Solon E. o^L 582. 735. 

Susan 5=^2. 734. 

Susie B. 735. 

Thonms A. 582. 735. 
T-'i-it/, Margaret 791. 
l-'uller, A.l.lie E. 312. 822. 

Anna 452. 8(")5. 



Anna L. 846. 
Anna :^I. 792. 
Anna P. 453. 
Bert CI. 792. 847. 
Charles AV. 792. 846. 
Clyde W. 846. 
Ellsworth 792. 
Gardner 488. 
George W. 792. 847. 
Hannah S. 97. 
Henry T. 676. 
Irad 97. 
Irene M. 847. 
Jabez 97. 
Jared 792. 847. 
Jessie B. 847. 
Julia 667. 
Julia T. 488. 
J. W. 278. 
Kittle F. 847. 
Lydia 33. 36. 
Lydia S. 97. 
:V[artha B. 792. 
Martha L. 792. 847. 
Alanjuis J. 792. 
Nina 846. 
I'ennina 792. 846. 
Rachel 8(;6. 
Ra\iuond J. 846. 
Koger 452. 
Boyal 847. 
Sara V. 792. 
Sai-ah AlrA. 846. 
Sarah V. S47. 
Stt'phen !»7. 
Thnukful S. 97. 
Fulteu (leor-v E. 919. 



115S 



Index 



Lulu M. 919. 

Naomi 919. 

Norali S. 919. 

Seidmore 919. 
Funk & Wagnalls Co. 1()G7 
Funston, Aloiizo L. 1U91. 

Benilce 1091. 

Clarence F. 1091. 
■ Louise P. 1091. 

Gage, Captain 9^0. 
Gaines, Julia 27)4. 
Gale, Dorothy 'M. 5'). 69. 

George oo. 09. 
Gallett, Anna 2oG. 

Charles H. 25G. 

Charles E. 256. 

Harriet M. 2oG. 

Henry W. 2oG. 

James R. 256. 

Lydiu V. W. 256. 

Robert M. 256. 

Sarah 256. .129. 
Gallup, Julia E. (.94. 
Galvin, Carroll D. 726. 

Cliarlotto M. 726. 

Fdward 1. 72(i. 

^[ary M. 72(;. 

R.J.eera If. 72ti. 
Gardner & St■^^nonl• L'^ii. 
Gardner, Alice ^[. 181. 

Annie 1039. 

Benjamin ISO. 

J.enson lo:]9. 

DcAVitt C. ISil 

Fanny S. '.]:]!>. 

Florence 33S. 



Harriet J. 1039. 

Jonathan F. 1039. 

hevr'is C. 33S. . 

Sarah S. ISO. 

William J. 1039. 
Garfield, President 4S5. 
Garlock, Sarah T. 197. 
Garreton, Marcie 875. 
Garrison 569. 
Garrison, "William L. 96." 
Gates, Aaron 955. 

Adaliue E. 196. 

Adaline M. 196. 

Adelaide W. 122. 

Amanda 998. 

Anna B. 297. 

Annie S. 196. 

Catharine C. 197. 29S. 

Charles C. 122. 196. 

Charles W. 197. 

Charlotte E. 197. 

Christopher C. 121. 

Daniel S81. 932. 

Deborah 457. 

Dudley 99. 

Edwardll. 196. 297. 

Edward T. 122. 196. 

Elizabeth L. 932. 

Elizabeth P. inn. 

Ellen C. 197. 

Emma M. 122. 

Esther S. 97. 

Frances E. 197. 29S. 

Francis A. 122. 197. 

EnnbTir- 197. 

Frc<U.rick W. B. 297. 

General 65. 



Index 



1159 



(;<.,.r-cG. 1-21'. 1117. 

(iiMii-." \V. 1117. 

(i.-nr-if r.»7. liOS. 

ll;iimali Ssl. 

llrmy I. ]1'2. 

.luines r. Tli:^. 107. 

.lennie lOOl. ]().')4. 

•losse 932. 

.lohn S9. 

.lusei.h B. 122. 

.lusepliiiio C. 1!I7. 

.losiali ;)7. 

.lulia S. 121. 122. IOC 

La ban SGG. 

Lizzie P. 2i)7. 

Lut-y M. SGG. 

Lydia 9S. SSI. 932. 

Mary 92. 

Sarah C. 19G. 

Sarali G. Ilt7. 

Statira C. 99. 

Tlicophilus L. 932. 

William C. r.iG). 

WillimnH.122. 
Lay. Kthol L. 843. 

Hazel 843. 

Julia T. 843. 

Mahle 843. 

Maude 843. 

IJoyal 843. 

William H. 843. 
(faylord, Alice ^L 499. 

Ai-tliur S. 49;). 

Carmine 499. 

Carrie L. CAy2. 

Chailes M. 41)9. GGl. 



Claude K. (;f;2. 

Eher 498. 

Eber W. GG2. 

Henry D. 499. GG2. 

Hemmiugway J. 49S. 

Martha C. GG2. 

^lary GG2. 

^fary C. 499. 

Mary ]■:. GGl. 

Mary 2^1. 498. 

^Lai-y Z. GG2. 

Mrs. 451. 

Xaney H. 498. 

0. n. GGl. 

Kosa S. GGL 
Gee, Abigail M. 29. 31. 64. 
82. 

Deborah IL 31. 

Elizalieih 32. 

Polly 32. 

Ruth 29. 31. G4. 

Sarah 31. 

Solomon 31. 

William 2-^. 21). 31. G4. 
82. 

Zopliar 31. 
Geer, Addie 3(),j. 

AniiS. li)2G. 
(ieorsie, Amelia W. 918. 

lielene S. 917. 

James :\I. 917. 

Leonard 918. 
Gerov.-, Hannah lno;]. 
Gerstenkorn, Clara ]\[cF. 
329. 

Ernoi 329. , 

Laura 15.329. 



1160 



Index 



Getiiiau, Cornelius 908. 

Epliia S. 9(lS. 
Gibbs, Ismy 509. 

Jolm C. 121. 

Louisa S. 121. 

Lydia 29. 

Olive S66. 

Sarah 306. 
Gibbons, Anna C. 742. 

Julie C. 742. 

Loekie T. 742. 

Truman D. 742. 
Griffin, Abbie E. 905. 917. 

P^lizabetli S. 905. 

Hannali ]\I. 905. 

John 905. 

Eeuben 905. 
Gifford, Frances C. G12. 

61.3. 
Gilbert, Albert C. 3^5. 
Anna L. 370. 3S5. 
Anna P. 6S5. 
Arthur R. 6S5. 
John K. 14. 370. 3S5. 
Josiah C. 6S4. 
Louisa A. 6S5. 
Lydia 451. 
Lydia P. 451. 
Lucy S63. 
Isabel M. SS5. 
Mary D. 385. 
Marj' H. 370. 
Myron R. 3S5. 
Peyton R. 685. 
Rali.h T). 3^5. 
Ralph P. 370. 
Samuel 407. 451. 



SarakL. 685. 
Sarah P. 684. 
I Gilder, Richard W.-72;!. 
j W. PL Col. 222. 
iGill, Benjamin 447. 
i J. D. 274. 
jGillen, Mrs. 289. 
I Gillespie, James 971. 
j Mary McK. 971. 
|GilIett, Albert B. 868. S] 
I Albert J. 866. 868. 
j Albion E. 57. 

Edward 57. 75. 
I Eliza M. 57. 75. 
j John 26. 
I Laura E. 57. 
; Lucy E. 8GS. 873. 
i Mehitable :\r. 26. 
i Sarah B. SGC). 868. 

Susanna 344. 
Gillette, Aaron 421. 
Alma L. K. 922. 
Anna P. 421. 
Betsey H. 359. 
Eliphalet 359. 
I Ely A. 421. 
I Eva A. 1019. 
I George 922. 
j Leonora H. 922. 
Marguerite E. 922. 
Mary 421. 
Gilligan, Katherine E. 25/ 
Gilman, Famiy M. S3. 
John 1097. 
Lydia G. ]i)97. 
Mary A. 55. 69. 
Samuel 69. 83. 



Index 



Sarah H. 1097. 
(lihuore, A. C. IMrs. 676. 

Alc-esta L. S09. 

Emily B. 854. 

(laljiiella 255. 

Gail 809. 

Helen S09. 

Helen L. 854. 

William B. 809. 

William S. 809. 854. 
(Ilnilwin, AbbieM. 4G. 

D. L. 239. 
Fanny T. 323'. 
Harriet M. 46. 
Isabelle W. 239. 
Izoa B. 50. 324. 
.Tames L. 4G. 
Kittie 1079. 
Kittie L. 50. 324. 
Laura P. 50. 324. 
Richard R. 50. 323. 
"William P. 46. 

Glass, Lena 73G. 

Rose M. 708. 

Ruth P. 70S. 

William Q. 70S. 
Gleason, ArdisP. 812. 

Blanche P. 812. 

E. P. 251. 
Elizabeth 681. 
George 525. 694. 
Hannah B. 525. 
Hester 812. 
Isam? 505. 
Isaac C. 6^1. 
Jane R. 5(>5. 681. 
Joseph R. (iSl. 812. 



Maiy 525. 

Mary L. 681. 

Wallace W. 272. ' 
Glidden, Benjamin 297. 

Sarali T. 297. 
Glover, Fannie C. 1088. 

Fannie E. lOSS. 

Freeman R. loSS. 
Goddard, Charles E. 902. 

David M. 902. 

Elmer D. 902. 

Eva L. 902. 

Leslie M. 902. 

Louisa B. 902. 

Luther 902. 

Luthera L. 902. 

Martin L. 902. 

Mary F. 902. 

Polly F. 902. 
Godfrey, Cai-rie B. 230. 
' 'John A. 230. 
i Mary Mrs. 1IJ07 . 
iGodsey, Kate 1095. 
jGoiT, Amy850. 
'Good, Clara ^L. 916. 
', Emma G. 916. 

Freddie 916. 
, Isabel A. 915. 
' Lizzie M. 915. 

Mary E. 9L5. 
' Mary ^L 915. 
i Peter 915. 
iGoodale, Ellon J. 816. 

Solomon 956. 
Goodell, IMdor 955. 
Goodhue, Anna W. 256. 

Beiiiamin 47('i. 



116!; 



Index 



Ellen J. 25(3. 
Martha iJG. 

Goodrich, 239. 

Alfred R. Dr. G(16. 
Charlotte 1). f.GfJ. 809. 

852. 
Emeline S. 809. 854. 
George D. GG6. 809. 854. 
George T. 809. 
- Marie T. 809. 
Marv F. 859. 
INIoses 859. 
Goodsell, Jennie 74.3. 

Rev. 1024. 
Goodwin, Anna V. 384. 783. 
Emma P. 757. 
Francis 236. 
George D. 759. 
Hezekiah Capt. 759. 
J. J. & F. 807. 808. 
James 236. 
Jennie M. 759. 
John P. 759. 
Lydia A. 2.54. 
Mary C. 759. 
Pliebe 948. 
Robert E. 757. 
Goodyear, Ernastine H. 
299. 380. 
]\radaline I. 299. 379. 
Samuel A. 209. 379. 
Gordon, Hattic W. 1074. 
James 236. j 

Mjirgaret 918. j 

GoriiTaii. Charles 49. I 

.John 49. 



I Minnie M. 49. 
I Goslee, Alice 'M. 377. 699. 
{ Amanda H. C'M. 
I Annie P. 700. 817. 
I , Asa 532. 
I Dwight W. 700. 
i Elizabeth McK. 7ii(). 
Emma 533. 
Esther S. 532. 
Fidelia 457. 5.33. 
Fidelia L. 53.'!. 700. 
Frankie L. 82(i. 
Plarold L. 820. 
Henry 456. 532. 53: 

701. 
Henry A. 700. 820. 
Henry S. 679. 
James 415. 453. 456. 45* 

505. 533. 
James H. 533. 700. 81] 
James P. 456. 533. 7iii 

817. 
Jemima S. 505. 6sii. 
Lulu ^V. 679. 
Maria 456. 532. 
Mary 455. 45(). 529. 
Mary C. 699. 
Mary P. 505. 6S0. 
.^lary S. 376. 415. 4.-33 
455. 456. 505. 679. 7iHi 
Minnie S. 680. 
Kina M. 699. 
Philura E. 457. 
Polly 453. 456. 532. 
Rhoda A. 505. 6^0. 
Pihoda K. 456. 



Index 



1163 



Surah E. 377. G99. 




Sarah P. 397. 877. 


Sarah H. 533. 


Grant & Colfax 356. 357. 


Thonuis 505. 




358. 


Thomas P. 457. 


Gi 


ant, Dr. 1G2. 


Tiuiotby -1:55. 45G. 




General 774. 979. 


Tiniothv D. 45G. 533. 




Ulysses S. 518. 


m. 


Gi 


•atehouse, Alice R. 835. 


William A. 699. 


Graves, Alice T. 910. 


"WilliamN. 377. 533. 699. 




Almira P. 898. 


William S. 505. 679. 




Alvira 895. 


Zillah B. 700. 




Fred C. 910. 


(iould, Clara 5G1. 562. 




Frederick A. 10C2. 


Frankfort 561, 




Hannah 886. 


Lorenzo D. 446. 




Helen G. 898. 910. 


:\laiyE. 561.5G2. 




Henry C. Rev. 883. 898 


Mary J. 815. 




909. 


Sabra E. S98. 




Hemy S. 910. 


Gowdy, Julia E. 218. 




Irene P. 1062. 


-Levi 218. 




Lavinia P. 1062. 


Roxanna 218. 




Lovisa K. 361. 


Graham, Hannah 536. 




Luther H. 1062. 


James 96. 




Lydia M. 898. 910. 


Jedidah T. 96. 




Maria 648. 


Granger, Abbott D. 251. 




Maria B. 1062. 


328. 




Minerva B. 1045. 


Alice B. 397. 877. 




Newcomb 898. 


Althea D. 251. 




Noble W. 898. 


Althea J. 328. 




Palmer 1045. 


Anna D. 251. 




Perlina C. 898. 


Calvin Rev. 251. 




Persis 886. 


Clarence H. 397. 877. 




Simeon 886. 


Dean ^I. 251. 




Susan S. 909. 


Edith A. 397. 877. 




Tliankful S. 898. 


Janu P. 32S. 


G 


ray, George 209. 


John C. 251. 




ilary ]\ lODO. 


:Maria M. 251. 


G 


reaton, John 447. 


Pioger D. 251. 


G 


reen, Angie ^l. 916. 



1164 



Index 



Aiirilhi S. :2jI). 

Charles II. 917. 

Culleu 250. 

Dan L. 917. 

Dorothy P. 999. 

Effie E. 916. 

Elba S. 803. . 

Eva 803. 

Frederick E. 916. 

George H. 916. 

Jane W. 803. 

Jay E. 917. 

John 803. 999. 

Jolm R. ^55. 

Mable 803. 

Maria L. 250. 

Mary 96. 

Ehoda M. 916. 

Enfus 916. 
Greene, Aclla 443. 

Xathauiel Geu. 234. 
Greenough, J. B. Prof. 231. 
Greenwood, Grace 123. 
Gregg. Amelia II. 1001. 
1053. 

Cecil 1). 1054. 

Harris 11. 1001. 1053. 
1054. 

Helen A. 10.54. 
Grennell, George H. 90S. 

Stella S. 908. 
Griffin, Jasper 21. 

John 42. 

Man.' \y. 59. 82. 

tTrsula M. 42. 
Griggs, llairiet 449. 
Grinnell, J. 5.33. 



Sevilla B. 533. 
Griswold, Angieuette R. 
• 244. 

Emily M. 42. 

Frank 815. 

George X. 42. 

R. 331. 

Sarali C. 815. 
Guernsey, Fanny J. 985. 
1040. 

George M. 985. 

Mai-tiia R. 985. 

Maude E. 985. 
Guilford, Esther P. 1011. 

Jerome 1011. 

Mary E. 1011. 
Guillow, Emma A. 915. 
Guiterman & WaiTen 265. 
Gulfin, Cora R. 717. 

Frank E. 717. 
Gumey, Isaac Mrs. 614. 
Gustin, Bertha R. 73. 

Elipbalet 82. 

Esther AV. 1097. 

John 28. 29. 04. 73. 82. 
1096. 1097. 

Lurauy 83. 

Lydia 1097. 

Lydia M. 29. 64. 82. 
'l096. 

Polly 53. 73. 

Simon B. 73. 
Guthrie, 257. 

Allen C^M. 803. 

Burdette fl.V). 

Callie 1). 802. 

Carl 802. 



Index 



Clinic S. 802. 


Edith 57. 77. 


Cliloe K. 803. 


Edward E. 57. 77. 704. 


ClilVord B. 802. 


Edward W. 57. 77. 


Donald J. 802. 


Elizabeth 57. 77. 507 


Dora E. 802. 


865. 


Edwin Gi34. 655. 802. 


Elizabeth H. 231.. 


Elislia W. G55. 802. 


Ellen G. 704. 


Eveline 655. 


Emma G. 704. 


Fleda B. 802. 


Emma M. 704. 


Franklin S. 655. 


Etta L. 704. 


Howard 802. 


Evel}Ti S. 57. 77. 


Ida E. 655. 


Ezra 864. 865. 


Josei»liiue 655. 802. 


Frances L. 165. 595. 


Merle G. SOl 


Frances S. 704. 


.Mary S. M. 654. 


Francis H. 57. 77. 


Norman E. 802. 


Frank J. E. 704. 


Raj-niond 803. 


Frank T. 323. 


Reva E. 802. 


Frederick 57. 76. 77. 


Wayne J. 802. 


Frederick II. 57. 77. 




George 737. 


llaase, L. F. & Co. 334. 


George II. 704. 


Haderer, Louisa 7.96. 


Gustavus E. 549. 864. 


Ilagar, Kate A. 374. 


Horatio W. 323. 


llaggersten. Mollie 61. 


Huldah C. 537. 


Halt, Joseph 862. 


Jennie T. 704. 


Hale, Grace 51. 


Joel 865. 


Lamira S. 909. 


John 449. 


Sarah J. 123. 


' Julia 737. 


Haley, Gussie A. 766. 


Julia M. 737. 


Hall, Ada F. 704. 


Lizzie E. 7('l. 


Ann T. 322. 


Louisa S. 549. 864. 


Asa 537. 


Lulu E. 704. 


Charles 865. 


:\Iaria 123. 


Charlotte 865. 


:\rartha E. 57. 77. 


Daniel 865. 


Martlia ^1. 549. 


David S. 549. S65. 


Marliu 865. 


David W. 322. 


^lartin L. 865. 



1166 



Index 



Mary SU5. 

Mary M. 57. 76. 77. 

Mattie F. 323. 

Mehitable 121. 

Phila F. S64. 

Samuel E. 704. 

Silence C. UO. 

Sybil 150. 

Ursula 538. 

William H. 704. 
Halleok, Closes itev. 551. 
Hallett, A. la I). 10G2. 

Alvira P. 9^)1. 

Enoch 'ion. 

Esther E._ 10i_;2. 

Esther G.'lOll. 

Fern E. 1062. 

Leah W. 1062. 

Richard 991. 

AVilliam E. 1011. 1(IG2. 
Hallock. Father 466. 

Gerard 5<)0. 

-Julia M. 500. 

Laura :SI. 500. 662. 

William 0. 5(^0. 

William 11. 500. 
Ilamill, John 11. T. 1072. 

Xellie E. 1072. 

Robert J. 1072. 
ILimilton, Benjamin F. 
Rev. 557. 562. 

Charlotte 562. 

Clara C. 7^6. 

j;:dward E. Mi-s. 561. 

Eustai-c W. 562. 

(Jeorgo S. 7S("i. 

Georuo W. 5(;2. 



Harmony E. 556. 562. 
Henry 11. 557. 562. 
John 562. 

John A. Rev. 557. 5()2. 
John 1). ^[r.s. 562. 
Lucy Mrs. 561. 
Oscar 561. 

Samuel 556. 559. 562. 
Samuel J. 561. 
Sylvester 562. 
William 5(il. 
William P. 562. 
Hammond, George 49S. 
Hamond, Standish & Co. 

875. 
Hancock, :\Iari?aret E. 3S1. 

781. 
Hand, Charles H. 7riO. 
Dorothy S. 820. 
Flora E. 820. 
Flora K. 700. 
Henry C. 820. 
]\rary K. 820. 
Mildred F. 820. 
Hanford. Edwin H. 192. 
I Luciuda A. S. 192. 
I Hanley, Calcic 87. 
I Hanmer, Samuel 14(j. 235. 

Hannagan, .Tulia .1. 314. 
j Hannah, ]\Iiimie ]iiS9. 
I Hauway, P. J. 65s. 
I Harding. So])hronia 34. 
I T. y\. 6-16. 
' Hardy, (iuy U. (i47. 

.i.-si,, ^r. 617. 

liargrr. .\iin,-ttir M. 1022. 
lo;U. 1073. 1083. 



Index- 



hot 



Artliur 1073. 10^2. 

Dora I. lU-2'l. WSi. 1072. 
1082. 

Frank E. 660. 

Hariy L. 1073. 10S2. 

Hattie M. 660. 

Horace 1021. 1034. 

Mattie T). 1021. 1034. 

Kuby U. 1073. 1082. 

Sadie E. 1022. 1034. 

Sarah M. 1021. 1034. 
1036. 

William M. 1022. 1034. 
1073. 1082. 
Harlow, Betsey 5.5. 
Harmon, Amasa B. 628. 

Isabella F. 636. 
Harper, Maria L. 110. 
Harring-ton, Cliftou 'M. 72(!. 

DaWd M. 573. 

Helen W. 726. 

Julia 561. 

Julia M. 572. 573. 

Mary P. 573. 

Moody 572. 573. 725. 

Xauey A. 573. 

Sarab S. 725. 

Sopbit- W. 725. 
Harris, Amelia J. 247. 249. 

Arthur M. 378. 394. 

Blanche M. 394. 

Edward S. 24<). 

K.nily T. 249. 

Kumxii T. 249. 

Frnnces A. 247. 

Frank M. 378. 394. 

George H. 247. 

[74] 



George W. 247. 249. 507. 

Grace G. 249. 

Hannah C. 247. 

Helen E. 247. 326. 

:*rairgie 3S9. 

Martha X. 5(l7. 

^lary H. 247. 

Mary I. 378. 

^lary J. 247. 

^lai-y P. 394. 

:\rrs. 289. 

Sarah C. 247. 325. 

Theodore D. 249. 

Wait Dwight 378. 
Harrison, Harriet 11. 873. 

Henry T. 873. 

President 266. 768. 

William H. Gen. 236. 
Hart, Lucy 107. 
Hai-tt, C. P. Prof. 25S. 
Harvey, Betsey 465. 

iMary 55. 69. 

Polly 34. 

Sarah A. 248. 
Harwood. Alice W. 389. 

Calvin L. 373. 389. 

Cliarles F. 373. 389. 

Clara E. 389. 

Clarissa L. 373. 

Ella P. 389. 

Ellen W. ?,fi9. 

Francis A. 373. 

Frank C. 389. 

Grace H. 389. 

M.-ny E. 3^9. 

Polly H. L. B. 3.59. 
Haskell, Horace 612. 



IK 



Index 



Sophroiiia 313. 
Haskins, Mary A. SIO. 
Hassler, Ella 832. 
Hastings, Clara P. GST. 

Clarence M. GST. 
Hatch, Alfreda 8SS. 

Catherine 364. 

Elisha 888. 

Emeline 888. 

Ephraim P. SSS. 890. 

George W. 65S. 

Helen F. 919. 

Julia G. 390. 

Maria L. 899. 

Martha A. 90S. 

Melinda SSS. 

Meliuda ^I. 888. 

Nathaniel SSS. 

William 888. 
Haup, Estlier 1042. 

Florence F. 1042. 

George B. 1042. 
Haven, Betsey SSS. 

Fanny E. lOoo. 

Francis 1053. 
Havens. Charles F. 2 
784. 

Charles W. 384. T84. 

Kittie ]\r. 384. T84. 

:\rary C. 384. 7S4. 

Kayinoiid T). 384. TS4. 

Roi)ert P. 384. T84. 

Knth M. 384. TS4. 
^ Samuel M. 3^4. TS4. 
ITavcrty. P-irdie T.IO 

Caiudc n 1). ToO. 

(icorge 0. ToO. 



84. 



Hoyt T.j(l. 

John 750. 

Joua T50. 

Mira T5i). 

I'atrick T5i). 

Iiosetta S. T50. 

Eoxalena 836. 

Selden 750. 

William H. 751 ». 
Hawes (Bird ), 5(1 

Emerancy L. 592. 

Frank M. 1097. 

George 142. 

Harriet F. 1097. 

Helen 142. 

Henry 142. 592. 

Jacob 142. 

Joel Eev. 503. 

Lida Belle 592. 

Maria 142. 

Sarah H. 142. 

Sarah J. 142. 

Sera])h 142. 
Hawks, Albert H. 912. 

Henry X. 912. 

Kathryn B. 912. 

:\[ary P. 912. 
Hav.'u, Benjamin F. 825. 

Ella 11. 825. 

Frank S. 825. 855. 

Gilbert 855. 

Mabel 825. 

Minnie AV. 855. 

Se^^nour 855. 

Willie 825. 
Hawver, Cecelia L. T'.i4. 

John P. 794. 



Index 



|l:;y<len, Ciitliariue D. 3S9. 

■riioodore 389. 
Hayes. Alljert C. 314. 

(,'atharine 28. 

Clara A. 387. 

Mditli M. 314. 

Kthel J. 314. 

Fauiiie B. 314. 1097. 

Irvin-C. 314. 

Jolm 1'8. 

Joseph 28. 

Patienre ^L 27. llnl. 

Philemon 28. 

Pichard 27. 28. llUl. 

Sotli 27. 

Siks 27. 

Titus 28. 
Ilayiies, Charles V. 502. 

Elsie L. 191. 

Henry S. 191. 

.Mary A. E. S. 191. 

Mrs. 113. 

Persis I. .502. 
llayward, Eliza A. 544. 

Esther 881. 

Huldah 884. 

Irene L. 545. 

Maiy 4G3. 

Sarah 489. 

Thomas P. 545. 
lla\"wood, Iliram 51 il. 

:\raria E. 501. 
Hazard ^: Caswell KUo. 
llazleton^Ali.lu-us 142. 

Sarah" A. 142. 
llral.l, Mary 247. 
llrath, Susanna 917. 



Heffner, Pert 2Sl). 

Loraine .1. 280. 
lleidel, ^lary M. G43. 778. 

William A. G43. 778. 
Heinemau, B. II. 207. 

Clara P. 207. 
Heller, Lydia A. 295. 
Helmer, Fanny E. 795. 

Harriet 718. 
llemenway, Ada 53(j. 

Amelia 1001. 1053. 

Amy 536. 

Anna M. 1000. 1053. 

Artemas P. 543. 

Carol\Ti 1054. 

Charles H. 1001. 

Charles P. 1001. 1054. 

Cornelia 1000. 

Cynthia 535. 

Edmund P. 543. 

Edward S. 1000. 

Edwin 1053. 

Edwin C. 1000. lu.53. 

Ellen B. lODO. 1053. 

Elvira 530. 

Elvira D. 53(3. 

Finis .3:'.(]. 

Finis P. 543. 

Geoi-,<;t' 1053. 

Herbert S. 530. 

Hohart 1001. in.54. 

James 1053. 

.Jennie G. inoi. ](i.j4. 

Laconus 53ii. 

Lrciii 531 ;. 

Lillian inoi. lo54. 

Lucv 1000. 



1170 



Index 



Lukf 543. 

Luther 543. 

Lutber S. 53G. 

^[ary IDOl). 1(153. 

Mary 0. IDDO. 

Minerva W. 1000. 1053. 

Phelie K. 1001. 1054. 

Eufiis 1000. 

Sarah 1001. 1054. 

Silas 1000. 

Silas 0. 1000. 1053. 

Valeria W. 543. 

Ward 1053. 

"Williain 1000. 1053. 

AVilliam D. 1053. 
HemniinorsTay. Xaricy 4!lS. 
Henderson, Peter & Co. 

839. 
Hendrix, Frederick F. 700. 

Mary A. 709. 

Mary M. 709. 

Ora A. 709. 

William H. 709. 
Honueu, Fffie 1057. 
Henry, Caroline P. 898. 

Frances E. 1003. 

So\^nour T. 898. 
Hepburn, Emilie H. 905. 

George H. 9G5. 

Mary C. 9f;5. 
Hepler, Adam lODO. 

p]stlier 11. looo. 

Harold F. loOl. 

Maxwell C. loiH. 
HerlxM-t. Ida A[. SIH). 

-May 73n. 
llerrick. Avei-y 0:!9. 



Edward ^[. 039. 

Henrietta M. 039. 

Polly G39. . 

Sarali C. (i39. 

Sarah J. O;','.). 787. 
llerrun. Electa L 5ol. 

William 501. 
Heustis, Archihald C. 911. 
Hewitt, A. P. Pev. 02^. 

Diadamia 972. 

Dr. 12:). 

Mary E. 718. 
Heyers, Marie L. loi;; 

1100. 
Heyes, Marie L. llOo. 
Heywood, Lavinia 980. 
Hickok. Betsey P. 940. 

Xoah 940. 
Highy, Mary C. 1090. 
Higley, Addie C. 820. 

Bertha M. 827. 

Clajion C. 827. 

David :\[. 710. 827. 

Edward B. 587. 

Flossie ^r. 827. 

Franklin ^[. 710. 

Hattio ^r. 827. 

Julia ]^r. C. 587. 

Lovisa 710. S2G. 

Lulu M. 827. 

Luna P. 710. 

Matthew 710. 

-Maud S27. 

]klinnle C. 710. S27. 

Perkins P. 710. >2:. 

Philander P. 710. ,-20. 



Index 



1171 



Kuth C. 827. 

Sarah M. 742. 
Hill. Anna Dill. 

llrzalecl siill 

llllza A. 134. 

Hannah 15. 800. 

11. Luelhi 1II17. 

Lucy Slid. 

.M.i.Dr. 1017. 
Hills Alice M. IC. 

Amanda If. (iHil 

Chester G99. 

Chester M. 372. 

Jeuiiraa H. 699. 

.lohn H. 372. 

Josephine H. 372. 

Ma-i^ie E. 7J1. 

Mary ^l. SOI. 

William T. 711. 
lllii.-kley, Asa 673. 

David ^L 724. 

Kllen M. 073. 

Isabella ^F. 724. 

Mary 8. 673. 

Xalhaiilel r,. 724. 

Ifohert ]M. 724. 

Thomas L. 724. 
Hind, Phelie 1076. 
Hine, Emma AV. 824. 

Geor-e 824. 

IJaymond AV. 824. 

AValter AV. 824. 
Ilinkley, Dennis 848. 

Frank .V 848. 
■ TTazol 848. 

T. XewtoTi 848. 

I'hel,,. ]-;. 848. 



Susan 53.J. 
Ilinman, Emily 841. 
Iliusdale, Harriet S. 483. ' 

Henry 483. 
Hiteheock, p:i.liraim GO. 

Alary ^I. 60. 

Sylvia 654. 
Hiveiy, Allierta E. 835. 

Catharine J. 835. 

Charles II. 835. 

E. AV. 835. 

GeneWeve Ij. 835. 

Lillie D. 835. 

Lucy A. 835. 

Rector C. 835. 
Hoadley, Betsey 712. 
Ilodgdon, Georgia 613. 614. 
Hodge, Elisha 504. 

Alary R. 504. 
Hodges, Annie 689. 

Annie C. 453. 

Judge 453. 
Hodgins. Charles 1067. 

Sallie 1067. 
Hoese. Lizzie L. 1013. 
Hoffman, Catharine 749. 

Elizabeth 564. 

Elizabeth L. 1048. 1090. 

Estlier A. 1048. 109(1 

Esther V,. 990. 

Ethel AI. 1048. 

Erani'es J. 1048. 

(iertrndr \l. ]ti4^. 1091. 

Gilbert 990. 

Gilbert (». 99M. KH'^. 

Henry T. 99(i. 1048. 

Ida A. 9911. 1049. 



iir2 



Index 



James B. 104S. 

Jane G. 104S. 

Jolm MoE. 104S. 

Leota A. 1048. lOOl. 

Myi-tle 1048. 

Ralph I. 1048. 

Sarah A. ]()4S. 

William 1048. 
Holbrook, David Eev. 299 

Joanna 459. 

Laviuia II. 375. 

Mary lOOl. 1055. 

Samuel 447. 
Holdi-'eage, ^[ahol E. 79(J. 
Holland, J. (i. Dr. 223. 
Hollister, Eliza 537. 

Halsey 455. 

Hester S. 455. 

Lovisa 157. 

Nathaniel. 537. 

Peruicia 5C3. 

Prudence S. 537. 
Ilohnan, Edward 395. S40, 

Elizabeth 59. 71. 

Harry E. 395. 840. 

Ida T. 395. 840. 
Ilobnes, Alexander 5()8. 

Annie 1084. 

Lueinda 508. 
Holtz, Ida 10!)0. 
Holverstadt, Xannie 

1094. 
Ilolyoke, Elizur 330. 
Hj)man, Mary A. 1000. 
Ho<ik(M-, Amo^i J. 3(58. 
(i2(i. 781. 

Betsev D. 382. 781. 



II. 



^1. 



2. G: 



81. 



Betsey M. 3C8. 020". 
Carrie E. 381. 781. 
Hat tie M. 382: 781. 
Henry W. 382. 781. 
Hetta ^I. 3(38. 381. ', 
Hettie M. G2G. 
Laura E. 3GS 

781. 
Loyal ]Nr. 3GS. G2G. 
:\Iaroaret H. 381. 7 
Mary J. 3GS. G2G. 
Nellie C. 381. 781. 
Nettie :\[. 381. 395. 

840. 
Thomas Rev. 317. 
W. Bessie 382. 781. 
William W. 3G8. 

G26. 781. 
Hooper, Ada J. 384. 7i 
Amos M. 3G9. 384. 

7S3. 784. 
Anna G. 384. 783. 
Arthur H. 369. G35. 
Betsey M. 369. 635. 
Catharine A. 3G9. 

G35. 783. 
Emma :\I. 384. 784. 
Frank G. 384. 784. 
Helen 505. 
Jessie L. 384. 784. 
John J. 369. 635. 
Laura E. 384. 783. 
Laura F. 369. 635. 
Laura 'SI. 3()9. 635. 
Martha J. 369. (i35. 
:\Iarv E. 36!1. 383. 



4. 

(;:]5. 



Index 



1173 



I'cterB. 3G9..G35. 

IJoyal S. ;JG'.1. 3S4. 6?,o. 
7^4. 

Sarah C. :]C>9. G35. 

William P. 3G;). G:i5. 
Hopkins, Dr. 702. 

Kllen D. 702. 

^[ark Ii'ev. 555. 

Mr. 113. 

President 552. 
ITorton, Caleb 990. 

Deborah 409. 

Jane 990. 

Lottie S. 844. 

Marilla 5G2. 

Mary lOlG. 

Phileua B. 990. 

William B. 844. 
Uosford. Col. 421. 

Joel 4K). 

.Martha F. .352. 4G1. 

:Mary P. 41G. 
Ilosmer. Almrda P. 895. 
899. 

Anna P. 922. 

Cepha.- 8i)9. 

Clara S. 914. 

Diadema P. 899. 913. 

Edgar D. 913. 

Pxlward L. 922. 

Francis J. 8'.)9. 914. 

Frank II. 922. 

Frank P. 913. 922. 

GorLtim P. 914. 

Henry M. 913. 

Hetty P.. 922. 

Ida B. 922. 



Josej.hine A. P. 899. 
913. 

Keziali D. 913. 

Leonora E. 913. 922. 

Leonora 11. 913. 

Nathan B. 899. 

Phineas P. 899. 913. 

Kachel H. 922. 

Palpb M. 922. 

Stephen 87. 

Urbtiu M. 922. 
Ploiighton, Alice lOG. 

Joab lOG. 
Houghton, ^lifflin & Co. 185. 
Houghton, Osgood & Co. 

185. 
Houghton, Sandi A. 533. 
House, Benjamin G15. 

James G15. 

Marian G15. 

^larlha P. 701. 

Phebe T. G15. 

Bow en a ()15. 

Sarah E. (;85. 

William W. G85. 
House!, Jolin 120. 
Houston, .J. 15. 5G3. 

flavin P. 19S. 3GG. 
Howard, Andalusia F. 892. 

Andrew J. 892. 

Arthur A. 892. 

Carrie 804. 

Dennis A. 892. 

Ellen ^[. 195. 

Esther A. 917. 

Frank M. s;)J. 

Fredevi.' s;)2. 



1174 



Index 



George S4S. 
Grace 29. 64. 
Harold 84S. 
Harry M. 906. 
Hattie R. S92. 907. 
Henri F. 9UG. 
Herman E. 906. 
Hettie C. 43. 
Ida F. 699. 
John P. 43. 
Julia F. 90G. 
Leonora A. 913. 
Lillian M. lOoS. 
Merrill J. S92. 906. 
0. A. 195. 
Rizpah M. 892. 
Sarah B. 848. 
Selah S4S. 
Howe, Albert S. 921. 
Alfred n. 11)10. 
Alice M. 1007. 
AUce S. 921. 
Althiue 818. 
Charles S. 691. 
Cyril W. H. 1067. 
Dorothy L. 1(»07. 
Kdward KUO. KiGS. 
Edward E. lOlG. lOG 
Edward K. 1067. 
Frank N. 691. 
Frederick T. 1016. 
George 524. G91. 
George S. 691. 818. 
Harold IL 921. 
Jemima 699. 
^[ario H. 1067. 
:Marv S. 524. (i91. 



Milliceut K. 460. 

Narcissa M. lOlG. 

Ruth L. 921. . 

Susan C. 818. 
Howell, Hannah T. 507. 
Howes, Huklah 458. 

0. A. 45^. 
Rebecca 446. 

Sarah B. 446. 
Howland, Al)igail ^l. ;:r.2 
532. 

Asaph D. 362. 532. 
Hubbard, Alice 327. 

Arthur 327. 

Clarence 327. 

Emily J. 327. 

Fanny 463. 

Hepzibah 549. 

James 327. 

Laura 717. 

Leroy 327. 

Mary A. 362. 532. 

Prudence 507. 
Hudnot, ^lary 37. 
Hudson, Helen 650. 
Hugg, ElizalK'th 9ii3. 
Hughes, Wright & Co. 67: 
Iluiing, Agnes 91)9. 920. 

Caroh-n 909. 

Carolyn L. 921. 

Emily P. 909. 

Florence S. 921. 

Floyd 909. 921. 

Helen R. 909. 

^lilo C. i)09. 
Hul>apple, Violetta 362. 
HumiJirev, Albert X. 257. 



Index 



1175 



Annie MeL. 332. 

Asenath N. "257. 

Charles E. 257. 

l-Alward Y. 257. 832. 

Edwin L. 257. 332. 

1 Telen B. 332. 

Ida X. 257. 332. 

Isjiae 257. 

Katlierine G. 257. 

^[ai-y L. 257. 

Oliver 955. 

Sophronia C. lOOG. 

Susan A. 257. 332. 

William S. 1006. 
Ilungerford, Anna L. G74. 

Clarence I. G76. Sll. 

Clarence W. G74. 675. 
Sll. 

Cora P. Sll. 

E. CI. Deacon 676. 

Ellen S. 674. 675. 

Hala 676. Sll. 

•Tosepli W. 676. 

Mae I. Sll. 

^fary B. Sll. 

Richard E. 676. 

Ihith S. Sll. 

William E. 674. 675. 

William S. 674. 675. Sll. 

Zachariah 674. 
Hunt, Abhie B. lOSl. 

Adelaide C. 97S. 

Adelaide E. 1033. lOSO. 

Ai-tlmr 1034. 

Bertha J. lOSl. 

Bertha M. 1079. 

Charles E. lOSl. 



Chester 978. 
Dwight C. lOSl. 
Edna B. 1082. 
Edward 702. 
Edwin 1033. 
Edwin C. 1033. 1081. 
Eliza C. 1033. 
Everett J. 1081. 
Florence W. 1081. 
Frances D. 702. 
Freddie B. 1081. 
Hamiali 415. 
Harold 1079. 
Hugh H. 1081. 
Kittie G. 1079. 
Mary 59. S2. 
^lary C. lOSl. 
Alary L. 1034. 10S2. 
Nina L. 1081. 
Orrin 1033. 
Sarah C. 1081. 
Triua J. 1082. 
AValter H. 1033. 1081. 
Washington I. 1035. 
AVilliam 1034. 1081. 
William C. 1081. 
AVilliam F. 1081. 
William ^V. 1079. 
Willie li»;!4. 
Hunter, Bertha :\I. 719. 
Clifton B. 719. 
Ethel 719. 
John F. 5G2. 
Laura ^[. 719. 
Minerva O. 719. 
Moses H. 562. 
Naomi E. 719. 



1176 



Index 



Parintha U. 719. 

Robert 719. 

Sally D. 5(31. 
Huntingtou, Julia ^I. 1G5. 
594. 

Holland (so called) 259. 
746. 
Huntley, Aarou SSI. 

Deborah 31. 

Hannal) SSI. 

Martin 32. 

Phebe .32. 
Hurd, Justus SG6. 

]k[arilla J. 1035. 

Mary J. 1032. 

Eacliel 866. 

Rachel F. 866. 

Sarah S92. 
Hurt, Charles W. 1090. 

Clara 299. 

Dora B. 1090. 

Eulalie E. 299. .380. 

Floyd 299. 
Hutchins, Saiah L. 566. 

Serajih 578. 

Susan A. 5S. 81. 

"William 123. 
Hutchinson, Ahi,a:ail 345. 
349. 

Adeline E. 386. 

Alfred W. 359. 375. 

Amelia R. 35S. 371. 

Anna 349. 360. 
^Anna E. 359. 

Anna L. 375. 

Arthur }■:. ;;75. 

Auirustus .349. 



Augustus C. 359. 3(4. 
Betsey 349. 359. 
Calvin 371. 397. 
Carrie J. 375. 
Carrol W. 375. 
Catherine H. 364. 
Champion 348. 353. 354. 

358. 
Champion.!. 353. 364. 
Charles T. .378. 
Clair S. 372. 681. {V.)<. 

812. 
Clara PI. 387. 
Clarissa 348. 349. 42'). 
Clarissa V. 358. 371. 
Cynthia S. 374. 
Daniel 345. 346. 349. 

350. 
David 347. 352. 419. 461. 
David E. 353. 462. 
Donald S. 391. 
Edward G. 374. 391. 
Ele W. 371. 387. 
Eleanor 'SI. 387. 
Elizabeth 122. 345. 34-. 

489. 
Ella 375. 
Ellen T. 378. 
Ely C. 378. 
Ely I. 364. 378. 
Eva 371. 387. 
Eveline 359. 374. 
Experience M. 345. 34-^. 
420. 
Ezra 349. 350. 
France.-- M. 359. 375. 
Franklin 148. 



Index 



117' 



Franklin C. 300. 
Frederick W. 3G4. 37S. 
George C. 358. 371. 
George T. 387. 
Hannah 345. 347. 
Hannah E. 353. 3G3. 4G2. 

540. 
Ilanuali S. 345. 
Harriet A. 352. 363. 

461. 540. 
Harriet B. 358. 370. 
Hai-vey 148. 349. 360. 
Helen "n. SOL 
Helen ^I. 374. 390. 
Helen W. 378. 
Herbert C. 387. 
Ida S. 387. 
Ira 349. 357. 359. 
Israel 345. 348. 
Israel E. .348. 353. 
Jarnes 148. 360. 
Jewett 372. 681. 
.lewett E. 358. 372. 505. 

681. 
Job .345. 348. 420. 
John 345. 348. 371. 386. 
John P.. 349. 354. 357. 

358. 387. 
John C. 353. 358. 371. 

462. 
John T. 359. 374. (1097. 

omitted by pulilish- 

ers). 
Jonathan 345. 
.losei.h 345. 347. 419. 
Josephine ^[. 358. 372. 
Josiah Sin. 



Josiali C. 348. 353. 
Julia A. 374. 
Kate 364. 
Kate A. 374. 
Kate E. 375. 391. 
Kate H. 374. 
Kate K. 371. 
Kate W. 374. .391. 
Keeney 371. 387. 
Laura 349. 350. 
Laura D. 359. 375. 
Laura J. 371. 386. 
Lauretta J. 353. 358. 
Lavinia H. 375. 
Leverett 359. 374. 
Louisa R. 372. 505. 676. 

681. 
Louise J. 698. 812. 
Lucinda 348. 420. 
Lueiuthia 359. 373. 
Lucinthia C. "W. 359. 
Lydia 346. 
[Margaret 386. 
Margaret G. 364. 
:\rartha p]. .352. 461. 
Martha H. 352. 461. 
Mav^.- 346. 349. 350. 
Mary A. 352. 461. 
Mary C. 374. 
:\rary D. .345. 348. 
Maiy E. 346. 349. 350. 
Mary L. 353. 358. 37o. 

371. 375. 
:\Lary S. 372. 698. 812. 
Mary W. 353. 364. 37S. 
Maryette K. 371. 
Maude 387. 



Index 



:\Iaxwell 3S7. 


Mary A. 363. 540. 


Mildred 387. 


Samuel S. 363. 539. 


Millard F. 371. 3S7. 


Hyslop, iSIary E. H+51. 


^klolly P. 345. 348. 




Nellie 374. 


Tmlay, William II. .556. 


Nellie F. 387. 30G. 


Immick, Mary E. 51. 


Olive 387. 


Ingalls, ^lary .M. 60. 


Olive M. 358. 372. 


Ingham, Abby D. 355. 


Olive S. 374. 301. 


Abigail 867. 


Oliver C. 375. 391. 


Adaline 755. 


Polly B. 349. 358. 


Adeline S. 502. 


Polly P. 359. 


Alan A. 300. 380. 


Ralph 148. 


Albert C. 355. 367. 


Paliili T. 300. 


Albert H. 132. 355. 


Rhoda J. 387. 


Alberie 0. 213. 309. 


Russell L. .387. 


Alberic V. 309. 


Ruth 371. 388. 


Alfred 452. 867. 


Sally 347. 419. 


Alfred M. 452. 502. 


Sarah A. 359. 


Alice B. 214. 


Sarah C. 352. 4(31. 


Alida J. 365. 


Sarah E. 353. 4G2. 


Alzina A. 122. 123. 355. 


Sherman 371. 


Amelia 867. 


Susan S. 391. 


Andrew J. 354. 


Susan T. 360. 


Anna 378. 


Susanna T. 148. 


Anna E. 355. 


Sibvl ^[. 345. .347. 419. 


Anna J. 213. 


Sf.l. 


Anna R. 354. 


Wallace M. 387. 


Anna S. 1.32. 


William 349. 359. 


Arthur 614. 


Zilpah 347. 419. 460. 


Arthur H. 213. 309. 


Zili)ha 345. 351. 


Asenath 864. 867. 


Huxfoi-d Hannah 38. 


Athol W. 214. 


Hyde, Alvin P. 679. 


Benjamin F. 452. 5'^1. 


Charles W. 363. 540. 


Betsey 122. 355. 489. 


ILirriet J. 363. 540. 


Betsey A. 1.33. 211. 


JIarriot S. 363. 539. 


Betsev M. 122. 198. 355. 


Jane L. 363. 540. 


366. 



Index 



1179 



Betsfv R, 501. 
Betsey S. 122. 132. 355. 
Caleb C. 501. 
Catharine W. 3fiG. 
Celia I. T. 309. 
Charles 3G4. 
Charles D. 213. 
Charlotte C. 50]. 
Clara 37S. 
Clarissa A. 3G4. 
Cynthia Van W. 367. 
Daniel 132. 34S. 452. 
Daniel A. 214. 
Daniel -M. 501. 
David S64. 
Dorothy SGO. 
Ebenezer SG4. 867. 
Edgar I. 355. 3G6. 
Electa 452. 501. 
Eli 379. 

Elizabeth 348. 355. 489. 
Elizabeth H. 122. 345. 

348. 489. 
Ellen C. 501. 
Elnora M. 365. 
Emily 502. 
Emily J. 867. ' 
Emily ^\. 502. 
Erastus 122. 345. 348. 

489. 502. 
Erastus J. 312. 348. 354. 

365. 
Esther A. 502. 
Either B. 502. 
Eiilalie IT. 29!1. C,<{). 
Eunice ^I. 414. 451. 
Ezra 867. ' 



P^anny M. 133. 212. 
Fernando H. 198. 36G. 
Floyd F. 299. 380.. 
Frederick 501. 
George E. 300. 380. 
Harriet J. 867. 
Herbert W. 213. 
Huldah B. 198. 366. 
lanthe I. 198. 366. 
James D. H. 300. 380. 
Jean M. 212. 309. 
Jeremiah 867. 
John A. 367. 
John C. 501. 
John M. 354. 364. 
Julia K. 309. 
Julia P. 312. 365. 
Lawrence D. 133. 
Leana 864. 
Leona 864. 
Lillie C. 312. 365. 379. 

822. 
Lucy A. 502. 
Lydia 348. 356. 864. 
Maladine H. 198. 209. 

366. 379. 
Maria 122. 354. 355. 365. 
Maria H. 198. 366. 
Mary 354. 364. 
Mary A. 367. 
Mary E. 364. 378. 5(>2. 
Mar>- L. 133. 214. 501. 
Mary N. 502. 
:\rehitable P. 34S. 452. 
^Irlltn 15. 364. 
Micaiah 414. 
]\[ica,jah 451. 452. 5n2. 



1180 



Index 



Myreltu P. 355. 

Nancy 501. 

Naucy C. 502. 

Xora V. G'Jo. 37il. 

Oscar S. 133. 212. 

Ossiau 133. 

Persis A. 502. 

Philip 300. 380. 

Ealph E. 299. 3S0. 

Samuel 122. 34S. 354. 
355. 364. 452. 

Samuel A. 452. 

Samuel E. 299. 3S0. 

Sarah 864. 867. 

Sai-ah F. 864. 

Susau M. 367. 

Temperance S. 132. 211. 

Tirzah 864. 

Tryphena 355. 

Vesta D. 354. 

Vesta M. 364. 

Vivian I. 309. 

William 122. 1 
355. 379. 864. 

Willi:'.!!! B. 198 
366. 380. 

William ^SL 364. 378. 

William S. 122. 197. 299. 
355. 366. 380. 

William W. 502. 
Irish, Elder 956. 

.Tanetic M. 37. 
Jrwin, Ailaline 6(;5. 
Isli^mi, Elmina 1'). 891. 

Eunice Hio. 

Polly M. 495. 

Pose E. .346). 495. 



1. 348. 



299. 



Sophia M. 495. 659. 

Zebulou 346. 495. - 
Ismcrt, Edward J. J79. 

(Jeorge E. 780. 

Lillian E. 780. 

Sarah McK. 779. 

William H. P. 780. 
Ives, ^lae 811. 

:\Iary C. 391. 

Jackson, Elder 473. 

George C. 854. 

George W. 336. 

Ida C. 854. 

Ida L. 336. 

Ida M. 854. 

James W. 854. 

John P. 222. 

John S. 336. 

John W. 1078. 

Julia P. 1078. 

Luella I. 219. 

]Maiy E. 855. 

President 236. 

Virginia 855. 

Virginia H. 
Jacobs, Alice 1049. 

Elizabeth 195. 

Elizabeth C. 1032. 

Frank (?) 47. 

.Alary I). 47. 

Nellie M. 381. 781. 
James. Ann M. 832 (Auml 
be Janes). 

Marlon G. 817. 

Alary 697. 

Susaimah iVM). 



Index 



.I;uiirs(m, -Alary E. 1014. 
.l;iiK's, Ann M. S;j2. lO'JO. 

l).,ia A. T. 791. 

Mary E. 1014. 

William P. 791. 
.larvis, Etta S. 837. 

Grace 837. 

Otha J. 837. 
.IclTers, Lucy E. 963. 
.k'lVersuu, Thomas S9G. 
.'enkins, Betsey 889. 

Kacliel P. 108. 
.Jeuney, Charles A. G57. 
.k'unings,-.I\ose 412. 
.) onsen, Trina 10S2. 
.leronie, Hiram 1070. 

Lisl)eth E. 1070. 1087. 

liars- G. 1070. 
Jervis, Helen H. 390. 391. 

Jessie L. 391. 

Alarguerite 391. 

Nellie 390. 

Perlee V. 390. 
•lewett, Agues E. 1038. 1U5G. 

Allen 947. 984. 

Allen S. 985. 
.Amanda 947. 

Ambrosia Van H. 1038. 

Audrey S. 1038. 

Bailey R. 1038. 1085. 

Pen L. 1038. 1085. 

Caroline 947. 

Charles X. 1085. 

DavU 947. 

Electa F. 947. 9C.4. 

Elizalieth 947. 1)(14. 9>^4. 

Elizabeth E. 985. 1040. 



Francis 947. 
Frederick B. 984. 
Floyd L. 1085. 
George 353. 
Gerti-ude E. 984. 1031 
Harriet E. 984. 1039. 
Hattie B. 1085. 
Henry 947. 
Jane U. 984. 1039. 
Jennie 985. 
Jennie C. 1085. 
Joanna P. 984. 
Lauretta 353. 358. 
Lavinia 947. 
Lavinia A. 984. 1039. 
Leone K. 985. 
Marion H. 1085. 
Mary C. 353. 
Alary E. 984. 1038. 
Mary G. 1038. 1085. 
Minnie" V. 1038. 
Nathan 947. 964. 
Nathan P. 984. W3S. 
Kodney 947. 984. 
Rodney B. 1085. 
Roy E. 1085. 
Sally B. 984. 
Johnson, Alice A. 250. 
xVmelia 149. 247. 249. 
Belle 249. 
Benjamin L. lii2G. 
Captain 1030. 
Clara 249. 
Clarence 14',). 
Daniel C. 279. 
I'Mward 149. 249. 
Eliza S. B. 279. - 



ii; 



Ellen M. KiJG. 1075. 
Emily -247. 24!). 327. 
Emily T. 14'J. 
Fannie 50. 323. 
Flossie X. 1074. 
Fred 249. 
Frederick D. 250. 
Hattie G. 1074. 
Henry G. 1074. 
Heniy 11. 1026. 1074. 
Hepzihah H. 549. 
Herbert 249. 
Irene 280. 
James 549. 
James D. 149. 249. 
Jennie 640. 
Jennie L. 1097. 
Kate P. 649. 
Laura A. 1026. 
Laura K. 396. 
Lawrence 1026. 
Loraine 2S0. 
Lucy A. 250. 
Maria W. 249. 
Mary 247. 
i\ryrtie 310. 
Xanry M. 1026. 
Kiith E. 250. 
Sarah P. 1026. 
Seth 149. 247. 
Seth T. 250. 
William S. 396. 
.fones. Almira 107. 
J3essie 209. 
Beulali B. .541. 
Carrie E. 1045. 
Carroll W. 303. 



Charles 302. 
Charles C. 3o;;. 
Charles H. 1047. 
Charles W. 302. 
Daniel B. 541. 
Edna A. 303. 
Elijah B. 541. 
Ellen B. 1047. 
Elma P. 302. 
Emily 867. 
Gilman M. 541. 
Gladys ^1. 244. 
Harriet 867. 
Henry 955. 
Ida De K. 706. 
Julietta A. 960. 
Lura 34. 
Lydia B. 700. 
Lydia M. 541. 
Margaret E. 541. 
Martha E. 541. 
Mary C. 541. 
Mary E. 301. 541. 705. 

832. 
Xathan 541. 
Xathau H. 541. 706. 
Pierpont E. 541. 
Priseilla B. 541. 
^ Susanna 889. 901. 
Willard 209. 
Joslin, Adelaide A. 309. 
Audrey 310. 
Carl 310. 
Clarence 310. 
Cora 310. 
Emery A. 309. 
Ilarrv 310. 



Index 



11S3 



1 Hattie M. aiO. 


Helen 697. 


1 .In-lyii, Charles" '.155. 


Henry G. 700. 820. 


1 .U.y. Kmiiy F. 734. 


Henry (3. 526. 527. 696. 


\ Lydia SW. 
\ William 734. 


Ida B. 820. 


James H. 526. 527. 697. 


William A. 734. 


Jane B. 531. 


.loyuer, Lilliau I. 47. G'^3. 


John X. 52(i. 696. 


.hklsou. Cliarles B. 3$3. 


Joseph S. 697. 


782. 


:\Iary A. 526. 


Emily B. 123. 


:\rary F. 700. 820. 


Grace A. 3S3. 782. 


Mary G. 700. 


John L. oS2. 782. 


Mary J. 697. 


Josepkine L. 383. 782. 


Mary S. 526. 527. 


Junius Ij. 383. 782. 


Mary W. 819. 


Lee 382.'782. 


:\[aryette 371. 


Lee M. 382. 782. 


Miriam 696. 


Marie L. 382. 782. 


Xauey L. 526. 527. 


^larjorie E. 383. 782. 


Xam-y S. 456. 525. 


Mary M. 3s;2. 782. 


Xelson 45(_;. 525. 526 


Koyal M. 382. 782. 


527. 




Philip 0. 697. 


ICathern, Lovisa 36L 


Rilcy F. 700. 


Iseek-r, B.'ldeu O. 1040. 


Roger M. 697. 


Frank ]•:. 1049. 


PLUssell J. 697. 


S. ^laria 1040. 


Bull! E. 819. 


Keeney, Charles E. HiKJ. 


Buth T. (i!)6. 


819. 


Sumner J. (;96. 


Charles S. 526. 


Susannah J. (m. 


David X. G97. 


■William 531. 


J]d\vin A. 820. 


Kelleher, Harry ^I. 775. 


EUa C. 697. 


Stella T. 775. 


Ella L. G97. 


Keller, .\aron 565. 


Pkmice A. 820. 


B.essie M. 899. 


Flora ,M. 700. 


Betsey P. 899. 


Frederick A.(;!ii;. 


C;n.,p <W. 


Cooi-,ire S. 326. 


Livonia B. 565. 


Oordeu IT. (!97. 


Lulu H. ^27. 



[7.5J 



llS-i 



Index 



Thomas S27. 
Kelley, Euuiee A. S. 715. 
Frauees A. 753. 
Hannah 148. 
Maria 762. 
Kellogg, Anna 45-4. 455. 
Doraste.s 379. 
Lizzie 326. 
Maladine E. 379. 
Samuel 354. 
Kelsey, Asa S. 196. 
Einma S. 196. 
Frank G. 196. 
Josopli S. 197. 
Julia G. 196. 
Julia S. 197. 29S. 
Louise K. 197. 
Kemp, Alice M. 542. 
xVhnon IL 542. 
Amy T. 542. 
Beulah W. 542. 
David 542. 
Eliakim 463. 
Elizabeth A. 463. 
Elwell 542. 
Erastus 463. 
Fannie B. 542. 
Fanny H. 463. 
Fanny R. 542. 
Hattie B. 542. 
Horatio J. 542. 
Lettie E. .542. 
-Mary W. 4(53. 
^Peirv ]•:. 463. 
Sally 463. 
Susannah O. 4(;3. 
Kendall, Eliza K. 4SS. 



I Kenerson, Cordelia 5S. >ii 

j J'^eunan, Ada B. 1092. 

Albert L. 1092.. 

Albert R. 1092. 

Philena R. 1092. 

Kennedy, Lucy 1055. 

Julia 309. " 
Kent, Almira 970. 

Lou C. 252. 
Kentfield, F. B. 2S4. 

Leila 2S4. 
Kenyon, Frances E. In56. 
Kianze, Belle 805. 
Cora I). 805. 
Cora E. 805. 
Mr. 805. 
Kibbe Bros & Co. 743. 
Kibbe, Crane & Co. 743. 
Kidder, Minnie 704. 
Kidmer, Catliarine P. 535. 

Reuben 535. 
Kilburn, Abigail 53S. 
Abigail S. 459. 
Adaliue K. 538. 
Adeline D. 537. 
Alice A. 703. 
Ann K. 537. 
ArvillaR. 537. 703. 
Betsey A. 536. 
Clarissa 417. 
David 417. 460. 539. 
Deljorah 459. 537. 
Ebenezer 409. 417. 45'^. 

459. 537. 703. 864. 
Edgar 7(13. 
Edwin J. 531). 
Eliza H. 537. 



Index 



1185 



Ella 702. 

Klla K. 539. 

Kmily4]S. 

Eunice 459. 53S. 

Eunice ^V. 458. 

Va-h T. 704. 

Fanny 459. 538. 

Florence A. 703. 

Francis A. 459. 538. 539. 

OeorgeM. 539. 704. 

lionestus F. 538. 

Huldah C. 536. 

Iddo 417. 459. 

IddoM.459. 539. 

Ira 418. 

Jehiel 417. 459. 

Jemima 417. 804. 

Jemima F. 417. SG4. 

Joe] 409. 413. 

John ^[. 539. 

Josiah 408. 409. 418. 

459. 460. 536. 
Lovisa P. 460. 539. 
Lucius 537. 
Lydia 409. 41 7. 458. 
Lydia W. 702. 
:\Jarcellus D. 538. 
Mary 408. 538. 
Mary L. 539. 
Mary M 408. 
^lerriU I. 704. 
Xabby 417. 458. 
Olive M. 418. 
Onias-T. 702. 
Otis 459. 53S. 
Otis A. 536. 7(i3. 
Pollv 417. 460. 



Ehoda 456. 

Sally 538. 

Samuel 536. 702. 

Sarah 417. 418. 459. 536. 
702. 

Sarali [). 417. 418. 

Sarah C. 538. 

Sarah T. 703. 

Temperance 409. 418. 

Temi)erance D. 418. 460. 

Ursula H. 538. 

Zilpah W. 459. 
Kilpatrick, Dr. 548. 
Kimball, Chloe 803. 

Ella M. 987. 
Kimberly, Thomas 245. 
Kinch, Louisa 792. 
King, Alfonso 752. 

Charles H. 373. 

Gharles L. 373. 

Clarissa S. 373. 

Dennis F. 752. 

Dora P. 752. 

Edward 221. 223. 

FAwaid Rev. 220. 

Edward J. 1061. 

Edward S. 221. 

Ella F. 752. 

George S. 1061. 

Ilarley M. 752. 

Harriet S. 752. 

Ilattie II. 752. 

Iluldah 703. 

Tola L. 295. 

John ^I. 752. 

.)i.lia M. 752. 

Laura P. 1061. 



11S6 



Index 



Lorinda S. 2'JU. 

Luey J. SG9. 

Noali AV. 752. 

Okoy ^y. 752. 

IJalph W. 752. 

Ruby P. 752. 

AVilliam 2'J5. 
Kingsbuiy, A[ary M. 57. 75 

Pierce 57. 75. 
Kingsley, E. II. S74. 

Emily A. 742. 

Frances ]\I. 874. 

Josephine 874. 
Kinkle, Frank C. 388. 

Lafayette 388. 

Laura M. 388. 396. 

Lucinda C. 388. 

Walter 388. 
Kinney, Anna S. 689. 690. 

Leone 985. 

Marj- A. 691. 

Mary K. 390. 

Oliver B. 691. 

Stella E. 1066. 

William 11. 690. 
Iviusey, Clara E. 8. 255. 

.L F. 255. 
Kirliy, Charles 1071. 

Charles E. 1019. 1071. 

Emma B. 1019. 

Helen 1071. 

John B. 1019. 

RutJi L. 1071. 
.* Vena V. 1019. 1071. 

A'ertie P. 1071. 
Kirtland, Anna E. 103i 
1084. 



Harriet E. 082. l(i:j 

Henry A. 9S2. 

1034. 1036. 1(137. 
^enry C. 981. 

Lucinda M. 981. 

Mary C. 982. 

Mary L. 982. 1038. 

Philip 982. 

Philip H. 982. 

Sarah H. 1021. 
1036. 

Sarah T. 1036. 

William H. 1037. 
Kissock, I)a\-id 1000. 1 

Mary H. 1000. 105: 
Kites, Clara C. 744. 

Harry 745. 

Louis C. 745. 

Maud A. 745. 

William D. 744. 

William L. 745. 
Kitson, Louise J. 197. 
Knapp, Alice B. 786. 

Arthur If. 339. 

Charles C. 280. 

Paniel W. 786. 

Edmund K. 311. 
■ Elmira A. S. 280. 

Emeline H. 393. 

Emmet J. 786. 

F. Melviu 311. 

Forest L. 339. 

Frankie M. 281. 

Jes.sieL. 311.339. 

Julian. S. 2^0. 

Laura S. 311. 

Lora E. 311. 



iii;;4. 



Index 



US'; 



Lucia E. 281. 
Mabel 2S1. 
Mary A. 786. 
Maud E. 78G. 
MclvinS. 311. 339. 
OliveK. 339. 
Robert R. 339. 
liiipert L. 311. 
William W. 280. 
Knoelancl, Alice B. 872. 
Augustus 870. 
I)\violit870. 
Elbert R. 872. 
Emily 870. 
Fred A.'872. 
Gertrude B. 873. 
Hamiah F. 870. 
:\rary A. 872. 
Mary McC. 872. 
Knight, Abigail P. 900. 901. 
Adaline W. 891. 
Alfred F. 900. 914. 
Amy C. 2.38. 
Aim'a W. 891. 
Clara L. 915. 
Emery A. 915. 
Frederick 914. 
Henry IT. 238. 
Harry 914. 
Ira 900. 901. 
Joseph 891. 
Lewis A. 900. 914. 
Lydia 900. 
^largaret B. 317. 
Martiia B. 914. 
Mary F. 914. 
.MilonOOO. 915. 



Nathaniel 91 lO. 
Susan r. 901. 
Vesta S. 915. 
Viola 914. 
Zilpah A[. 900. 
J>'nott, C. W. Dr. lOGd. 

Maiy P. lOGO. 
Knowles, Leland & Co. 118. 
Kiiowles, Alice E. 1()79. 

Mehitablo 38. 
Knowliu, Eliza D. 5G2. 
Knox, Jennie 301. 
Kommers, CJara P. 6G2. 
Donald GG2. 
Julia M. GG2. 
Laura P[. 662. 
T. J. Eev. GG2. 
Koon, Josei)liine Van De ]il. 
10G2. 
Kate 10G3. 1095. 
Louise 1063. 
Martin B. 1062. 
Krara, Frank H. 1086. 
Gertrude A. l(iS6. 
Jennie B. 10S6. 
Mabelle E. 1086. 
Rodney B.1086. 
Kregloh. Edna E. 1093. 
Edwin S. 1093. 
Kate D. 1093. 
Willis D. 1093. 
Kui-fess. Joseph 796. 
^fary M. 7'.)6. 

Lacey, ^fn^-a-ic 785. 

Ladd, ^fary A. 501. 

Susan 701. 



1J88 



Index 



La Hommedieu, Edith M. 
L. 1075. 

Ellen J. 107o. 

William A. 1075. 

William H. 1075. 
Lamsou, Cla}-ton E. 397. 
877. 

Ethel G. 397. 877. 

Grace B. 397. 877. 

Percy B. 397. 877. 

Roger C. 397. 877. 

Vivian T. 397. 877. 
Lancaster, Ray Prof. 723. 
Landers, Sarah E. 622. 

William E. F. 410. 
Lanclis, Bertha M. 340. 
Lane, Abbie F. 544. 

^bnanda Gil. 

Catharine 44. 240. 

Carl S. 706. 

Charlotte M. 706. 

Clara P. 706. 

Clara W. 706. 

Cleon :\r. 544. 706. 

Emeline 544. 

Emma 43. 

Ezekiel 544. 

Flora W. 545. 

George E. 544. 706. 

George F. 544. 

Henry C. 544. 

Leonard L. 544. 

Lester L. .j44. 
^ Lester M. 7n6. 

Liifv y\. 514. 

Lury 496. 



^Martin L. 545. 

Maiy E. 706. 

Mildred E. 706. 

Rachel F. 544. 

Rachel L. 706. 

Rosanna S. 706. 

Sarali L. 544. 

Sarah ^V. 544. 

Solon H. 7(16. 
Langdon, AlbiTt 64L 

Cybelia 641. 

Mary M. 37. 

Oliver 37. 
Lansing, Rev. 164. 
Larabee, PLTiriet D. 487. 

Sophia 449. 
Larkin, F.dna 1056. 
Larkum, Charles C. 24S. 

Sarah J. C. 248. 
Larzelere, Blanche G. VK>\. 
Latham, Caroline S. 35:?. 
461. 

Joel 352. 461. 
Lathrop, Elisha 971. 

Jemima 'M. 971. 

Mr. 210. 

Sarali G. 731. 

Warren 971. 
Law, Albeit R. 314. 

Alice 315. 

Jessie S. 314. 
Lawrence, Irene 545. 

Maiy 994. 995. 996. 
Lawton, Ernest J. 1049. 

Ida n. Iii49. 

John T. 1049. 



Index 



1189 



^[ul)le I. 1049. 
Lay, .Teremiali 8G4. 

Sarah I. S(54. 
lA-arh. Elsie S. 208. 

Julia K.-20S. 

Lawrence L. 29S. 

Margaret K. 298. 

^larshall W. 29S. 
Learoyd, Adaline K. 906. 

Bessie B. 906." 

Esther ^I. 906. 

Fraueis V. 906. 

George 906. 

George A. 906. 

Marie T. 906. 
Leavens, Ella 717. 
Leavitt, Candace E. 564. 

Sarah 567. 
Lee & Smith 277. 
Lee, Elizabeth 241. 

General 799. 
Lcet, Alexander 107. 15: 
154. 

Eliza A. lo.^. 

George 153. 

Hannah C. 154. 

Harriet 153. 

.TaniGs 154. 

John 154. 

}*[alvina 153. 

Martha 153. 

:\rary 154. 

Menjo 153. 

Sally i:. 107. 152. 

Ursula L54. 
Leland, Xahi)y 141. 
Lennnon, Martha 1094. 



Leonard, Anna i)22. 

Lester, James 951. 

LeV alley, Derrainie 153. - 

Martha C. 153. 
Lewis, Aletta A. 1075. 

Alext'inder 794. 

Amy 321. 

Catharine B. 794. 

Cecelia R. 794. 

Clara I. 378. 

Clement 847. 

C. 0. 378. 

EfSngham J. 847. 

Emma E. 1071. 

Esther 27. 

Etta M. 847. 

Florence M. 612. 613. 
615. 

James 27. 

James A. 794. 1071. 

Jennie 794. 

Joanna 27. 

John L. 1071. 

John M. 27. 

Laura :\r. 1075. 

Leona 1071. 

Le\'i 544. 

Lucinda ^L 893. 

ilargaret M. 794. 

Mary 147. 

Nehemiiih 27. 

Phebe M. 27. 1101. 

Ehoda E. 544. 

Khoda IT. 544. 

Snrali 104. 

Sarah F. 847. 

Seth 27. 



1190 



Index 



Simeon W. 10(5. 


Amanda P. 021. 


Viua K. 1071. 


Annie B. 837. 


AValter V. 794. 


Barzillai 488.- 


Williiun C. 794. 


Betsey 488. 


Liljby, Carrie 333. 833. 


Betsey B. 488. 


Lincoln, Abraliam (121. 


Charles E. (i21. 775 


AbniLam P. 824. 


838. 


Alice D. 1095. 


Charles S. G22. 


Benjamin 447. 


Charlotte D. 808. H 


Charles 824. 


Constance 11. S:]S. 


Clifford S. 824. 


E. L. G44. 


Henry D. 1095. 


Edith L. 777. 


Lewis C. 1095. 


Elisha P. 488. G22. 


Louise P. 824. 


Eliza K. 488. 


'Louise W. 824. 


Elizabeth S. G41. 


President 198. 277. 485. 


Ella M. 788. 


511. 


Elvira E. 775. 


Lindsay, Cornelia P. lOGl. 


Emma C. G19. 


Emily B. 1019. 


Emma E. 83S. 


James 1019. 


Elorence 838. 


James L. 1019. 1071. 


Frank B. 77G. 837. 


MalvimiM. 1019. 1071. 


Gabei-t B. S3S. 


Peter 10r,l. 


GeoroeW. G21. 


AVilliam J:. 1019. 


Hannah C. 108. 


Lines, Betsey ^.L 971. 


Harold L. 779. 


Elizabeth M. 971. 


Helen G22. 777. 


Eva 1020. 


Helena I). G21. 


Joseph 971. 1020. 


Helene K. 777. 


Lydia C. 1020. 


James 108. 


Mary E. 971. 1020. 


James E. 779. 


Lininzer, A. G63. 


James P. G22. 778. 


Liswfll, Hannah G39. 


Jessica E. 777. 


Litchfield, H. A. 5(i2. 


Julia E. 044. 


Little. Ada G. 779. 


Katheriiie L. G21. 7 


^Addie y[. 77(1 


Luaiia F. 0.22. 


Alice E. 770. 838. 


Lydia A. 021. 


Alida B. 77G. 


M"aru;nvt O. 778. 



Index 



1191 



^[arg-uerite S3S. 


Ola F. 797. 


; .Mary E. 7S9. 


Walter A. 395. S39. 


Mary F. Cy22. 77S. 


Livesey, Angeline S. 295t 


.^[ereditU B. G21. 


Azariah S. 295. 


X. A. 644. 


Edward W. 295. 


Nancy B. (320. 


Ella M. 295. 


Nellie (;21. 


Elmer B. 295. 


NellieM. 77ti. S?.S. 


Ida C. 295. 336. 


Noel 1-2. 


Tola A. 295. 


K. A.7S9. 


Jesse L. 295. 


Kacliel B. S3S. 


Joseph D. 295. 


Rebecca 11. 44G. 


Lloyd, H. A. & Co. 614. 


Russell 4SS. 


Lock-wood, Clara S49. 


Jiussell A. 021. 77G. 


Frank J. S49. 


Russell ^r. 4SS. 620. 777. 


James S49. 


Sally 4SS. 619. 640. 


James H. 966. 


Sally M. 4SS. 


:\[ary A. S49. 


Samuel PI. 446. 


P. J. 999. 


Sarah E. 621. 622. 776. 


Willie S49. 


77S. 


Logan, Eliza S. 291. 


Sarah L. 622. 


Elmer H. 291. 


Sarah ^1.491. 


Henry S. 291. 


Stephen B. (;21. 


James A. 291. 


Thomas SOS. 


James W. 291. 


AValttT A. 7SS. 


John F. 291. 


Warren 4SS. 491. 622. 


Mr. 126. 


633. 


Walter W. 291. 


Littlefiekl, Charles C. 394. 


Long, Sarah 991. 


S39. 


Loomis, Abigail F. 244. 245 


Charlotte 395. S39. 


246. 


Charlotte C. 394. S39. 


Alfred I. 244. 245. 


Clarence 79S. 


1 Alice R. 776. 


Frances B. 652. 


Caroline B. 244. 


Ceory;t> 652. 797. 


Charles 859. 


(iulldroy L. 652. 


' Charles C. 565. 


He'lcu C. 395. 839. 


i (.'hristiana Slo. 


Lester 79S. 


j Eliza C. WJ. 



1192 



Index 



45. 



Emily F. G93. 

George L. 77G. 

George T. 244. 

Gladys J. 244. 

Israel F. 245. 

John li. 244. 77G. 

Joseph P. (?.y^. 

Kate L. 77G. 

Livonia K. 5G5. 

Luey F. 859. 

Alary 807. 

]\raiy T. 371. 

Milton L. 244 

Xathan ]()0. 

Eussell :\[. L. 77(; 

Sarah L. 77G. 

Sarah T. 244. 

Thomas Mrs. 873 
Thomas -R. 873. 
Lord, Anna G74. 
Anna E. H. 359. 
Asa D. GIS. 
Clinton 941. 9G1. 
Deborah 932. 
■ Doborah Al. ;i:]o_ 
Elisha 9G1. 
Eliza 941. 9G1. 
Elizabeth 932. 
Elizabeth L. 618. 
Elizabeth E. GIS. 
Emily W. 940. 
Ezekiel G74. 
George IL 359. 
Hepsibeth 932. 
linldea 9.32. 
Israel 932. 
Jerusha G55. 



Josiah 941. 

Julia 377. 

Lamira 0. 5SG. . 

Lena E. lOGG. 

Lydia 3G(). 932. 94ii. Ii41 
9G1. 

Marvin 10. 940. 9G9. 

Mary 401. 8G5. Il(i3. 

Mary L. 932. 

Matilda M. 9G1. 

Mattie H. 323. 

Moreland 323. 

Nabby 33. 

Nelson 941. 961. 

Phebe 862. 

Polly M. 941. 

Sally 961. 

SaraJi 932. 

Taphena 940. 

Theophilus 932. 

Thomas 932. 

William 932. 

"Wolcott 9ti'>. 

I Loud, Emma T,. 614. 

Love, F. Delo.^ 534. 

Helen B. 534. 
Loveland, Abbie 535. 
Alfreda 535. 
Aurelia 200. 
Daniel 535. 
Ella 311. 710. 
Emerancy 592. 
Fanny B. 916. 
Fanny V. 916. 
Frank .M. 42. 
Helen Mi-s. 100'^. 
Israel A. 916. 



Index 



1193 



James L. p35. 

Lufv M. Or,!>. 

Xellie E. 922. 

Soplironia D. 5'!5. 

Winona M. 42. 
Lovell, Frankie A. S20. 
Low, Miss 289. 
Lowden, Lueina K. 10G4. 
Luce, Adelljert 617. 

Clemautine G17. 

(ioorge 617. 

Hannah T. 617. 

Jeaunie 617. 

Mary L. 617. 

Eonsselaer 617. 
. Theresa 617. 
Lull. A. P. ^frs. 676. 

Ahigail S. 504. 667. 

Aleesta C. 667. 809. 

Annie S. 667. 

Ormoud N. 504. 667. 
Luther, Calvin 358. 

Clarissa Tj. 359. 373. 

Mary 359. 373. 

Polly H. 358. 

Sarah ^L 359. 373. 
Lyman. Alice :\L 738. 

Belle 396. 

Charles D. 586. 738. 

Clark T. 585. 

Fannie E. 813. 

Florence !NL 738. 

George H. 738. 

Oeoj-ge S. 586. 

Grace D. .396. 

Lydia ^r. 585. 738. 

^larv E. 5'56. 737. 



May n. 738. 

Miss 643. 

Pearl 1). 738. 

Sarah J. 586. 738. 
Lyon & Ilealy 337. 
Lyon, Abigail 39. 

Blanche ]^I. 875. 

Edward A. 831. 

Jessie P. 831. 

Josiah 40. 

Julian P. 875. 

Lucy 36. 39. 

:Mary 117. 450. 581. 

^lercy A. 40. 

:\Labie, 11. W. 966. 
Macauley, Dr. I(il6. 
Maceliuchey. Charlotte 
911. 

William IL 911. 
Macey, Charles F. 991. 

Cora C. 991. 1049. 

Edith B. 991. 

Edward S. 990. 

Edwin W. 991. 

Eloise E. 991. 

Emma AV. 991. 

Frances :\L 991. 

Fred J. 991. 1049. 

George 990. 

Harold B. 991. 

Howard G. 991. 

Lena E. 1049. 

Sarah B. 990. 
^fack >\.' l')Urrov,-> iri33. 
:\rack .t Co. 634. CC^i. 
y\i\vk, A. B. .K: Co. 642. 



1194 



Index 



Mack, George IT. & Co. G41. 
Mack, Aaron 411. 414. 421. 

4G5. 
Abbie L. 61. 
Abby.].39. 
Abigail28. 2!). 31.G4. 82. ! 

ICO. 405. 40G. 4(17. 413. j 

414. 442. 445. 483. j 

405. G54. SGI. SS2. . j 

1007. 1102. 
Abigail A. 34G. 8G0. 
Abigail U. 52. 74. 
Abigail 1). 25. 28. 63. 

1101. 
Abigail L. 39.. 
Abigail P. 40.5. 1102. i 
Abigail S. 405. 495. ' 

Abilm SGI. 865. i 

Abijab 32. 64. S3. 935. I 

937. I 

Abner 859. 861. 862. ' 

883. i 

Abrani 457. , 

Abram E. 10S4. ^ 

A<la A. 586. 739. 
Ada E. 740. 

Adaline K. 891. , 

Addie:\I. 1014. : 

Adelaide F. 973. j 

Adeline L. 941. 
Albert B. 53. 81. 
Albert F. 53. 56. 76. ; 

Albert O. 52. 56). 75. 
^Ufred S. 55. (59. i 

Alfred W. 941. 9(U. 984. ' 
1099. I 

Alice C. 1073. i 

I 



Alice.!. 903. 
Alice S. 383. 782. 
Almira K. 970, 
Amanda 942. 
Amasa 32. 53. GG. 81. 
Ama.sa X. 981. Knji;. 
Amelia J. 981. lo3n. 
Amos 355. 356. 446. 4^'J. 

495. 884. 
Amos B. 491. 623. 641. 

778. 
Amos P. 369. 383. 635. 

782. 
Andalusia II. 890. 
Andrew- G. 1013. lOGG. 
Anita J. 43. 49. 51. 324. 
Ann P.. 45. 1097. 
Ann E. 36. 
AnnG. ]02(;. 
Ann J. 451. 
Ann P. 890. 
Anna 33. 41. 442. 478. 
Anna A. 46. 
Anna B. 36. 
Anna C. 709. 
Anna E. 625. 780. lol'^. 
Anna F. 865. 
Anna M. 625. 
Anna P. 625. 
Anna S. 33. 624. 
Anne L. 1022. 1035. 
Annie 887. 
Annie ^f. 572. 725. 
Annis E. 3i;9. 635. 
Ansel F. 941. 970. 
Antoinette ('. In26. 
Aiijiolanin L. GG'A. 



Index 



1195 



Arthur C. HiU. lUGG. 
Artliur L. 0G5. 1013. 

liiCiO. 
Asa 32. 53. 66. 78. 
Asii B. 53. 5S. 78. 80. 
Asenath E. 964. 
Asenatli T. S68. 
Augusta T. 981. 
'Aurel C. 640. 
Aurelia AI. 36. 41. 
Azubah 881. 936. 
j'.flla F. 370. ^636. 
Benjaraiu 30. 33. 866. 

942. 981. 9S3. 
Benjamin L. 981. 1035. 
Bertha A. 1036. 1084. 
Bertha M. 1036. 
Berzaleel 862. 866. 
Berzaleel L. 866. 867. 
Bessie 796. 
Betsey 356. 368. 451. 

474. 489. 501. 625. 937. 

942. 943. 971. 973. 
Betsey A. 549. 884. 
Betsey B. 53. 58. 78. 936. 
Betsey 1). 56. 75. 76. 
Betsey H. 55. 465. 
Betsey I. 355. 489. 
Betsey M. 30. 83. 
Betty 936. 
Blanelie 870. 875. 
Bradford M. 796. 
Burr W. 795. 
Byanria 495. 6.54. 
Byron ('.651.796. 
("alvin s-4. SS6. 890. <J3S. 
Calviu C. S'-j. 36. 37. 



C'alviu II. 9(J3. 
Calvin L. 36. 42. 
Candace A. 891. 
Carlos F. 55. 60. 69. 72. 
Caroline 936. 938. 
Caroline A. 3G. 41. 
Caroline E. 965. 984. 
Caroline G. 499. 
Carrie A. 500. 904. 
Carrie G. 1022. 1035. 
Carrie M. 870. 
Carrie S. 1013. 
Carroll M. 1013. 
Cassie J. 44. 49. 324. 
Catharine 37. 475. 586. 
Catharine A. 625. 
Catharine F. 550. 710. 
Catharine 0. 475. 
Catharine P. 37. 38. 
Cecelia 795. 
Cephas 886. 
Ceylon S. 983. 
Chabris 34. 
Charles 29. 37. 451. 499. 

5S5. 
Charles A. 547. 707. 970. 

1019. 
Charles D. 464. 
Charles E. 494. 652. 
Charles G. 30. 
Charles H. 651. 7o>^. 795. 
Charles M. 963. 'M5. 

1018. 
Charles X. 941. 969. 
Charic< R. 500. 
Chai-k's S. 57S. 731. 
Charles T. lol7. 



Index 



Cliai-les W. KHio. 
Charlotte 5l'. 54. G7. GS. 

446. 490. 9(i;]. 
Charlotte A. 5:^. 75. 
Charlotte S. 57. 77. 
Charmis 34. 
Chester H. 421. 
Chilion S84. S91. 
Christabel 1022. 1035. 
Clara 43. 
Clara A. 9G0. 
Clara C. GO. 72. 
Clarence 1035. 
Clarissa 83. 451. 49S. 
Clarissa B. SG5. 867. 
Clarissa G. 53. 58. 78. 

80. 
Clyde F. 709. 
Coat of Anns 8. 
Colton A. 663. 
Cordelia K. 58. 80. 
Cordelia S. 58. 
Cornelia 578. 
Cornelia It. 732. 
Cornelia S. 80. 
Cornelius 34. 39. 
Cybelia L. 641. 
Cynthia 35. 40. 467. 
Cynthia B. 37. 500. 
Daisy W. Gl. 72. 
Damaris 859. 
Damaris D. S^:)9. 
Daniel 32. 54. G(;. 67. ^^2. 

859. SGI. 8i;2. SS2. 883. 
Daniel A\'. 52. 55. 60. G*^. 

69. 72. 
David 5. G. 7. 30. 33. 413. 



422.423.432.433.412. 

443.419.450.451.46;'. 

481.485.491^494.4;";. 

56)7. 569. 571. 573. i'.ni, 

606. 656. 8S3. 886. s^7. 

942. 974. 975. 977. 

1024. 1026. 1102. 
David F. 37. 
David H. 5. 467. 549. 
David L. 977. 
Debbe 29. 
Deborah 17. 18. 29. 421. 

SSI. 931. 932. 
Deborah P. 409. 
Delia 501. 663. 
Delight 31. 
Delinda 886. 
Dennis 884. 
Dennis E. 890. 
Dexter W. 890. 904. 
Diadama 883. 887. 
Diadamia 11. 972. 
Diadema 886. 893. 
Diadema II. 882. 
Dorcas 31. 34. 
Dorothy 25. 26. 936. 

1102. 
Dorothy D. 55. 69. 
Dorothy S. 3b. 118. 
Dorrie A. 904. 
Dwight 475. 
E. Lewis 1(^22. 1035. 
Carl E. 47. 
Ebenezer 17. IS. 25. 2"-. 

30. 31. 34. 62. 63. ^2. 

S3. 862. 879. SSI. 935. 

1101. 



Index 



1197 



K,i Klislia 4!ll. VA3. 77"J. 
i:,li;;ir y\. 31). 4(j. 
l-'.dith 4;J. 4S. 
i:<ln;i C. 1073. 
l-Mwnrd G25. 042. 072. 
Kdward A. 40. 5]. 
I'Mu-ardE. 732. 
lOdwurd G. 42. 45. 
Edward H. 51. 
Iviward P. 57S. 
Edward R. SOI. 
Edwards Granger 33. 30. 
Edwin L. 30G6. 
Edwin P. 003. 1U13. 
E<lwin W. SOL 
ElaA. 421. 404. 
Elaine 29. 
Electa 440. 40G. 
Electa M. 405. G55. 
Elias 1102. (should be 

Elislia). 
Elijah 31. 34. 
Elijah B. 037. 041. 942. 

971. 
Elija S. 35. US. 
Elisha 405. 406. 412.! 

413. 423. 433. 442. 440. 

440. 450. 475. 4S0. 491. 1 

495. 49S. 624. 054. SSI. I 

SS2. SS3. SS6. S04. S96. 

030. 04(1. 041. 1102. 
Eli.slia H. 350. 36S. 4S9, 

626. 627. 
Elishii S. 653. 
J^lishal-.; 037. 
Eliza 042. 072. 
Eliza E. 653. 



I Eliza J. 52. 57. 75. 

I Eliza T. 404. 545. 

I Eliza W. S71. 

i Elizalieth 17. IS. 25. 20. 

j 27. 20. 30. 03. 04. S2. 

: 341. 343. 346. 405. 407. 

i 415. 935. 937. 038. 941. 

j 901. 071. lOlS. (lOOO. 

I m. James Tuthill, not 

I Sartelle,) 1100. 1101. 

I 1102. 

I Elizabetli A. 51. 

I Elizalteth B. 43. 53. 57. 

76. 77. 500. 
i Elizabeth C. 52. 55. 00. 
859. 862. 

Elizabeth E. 890. 

Elizabetli H. 903. 

Elizabeth T. 355. 480. 

Elizabeth J. 004. 984. 
1009. 

Elizabeth L. 041. 707. 

Elizabeth MeC. S74. 

Elizabeth P. 042. 000. 

Elizabeth P. 411. 041. 

Ella 890. 

Ella L. 024. 641. 043. 
779. 788. 

Ellen A. 801. 0O5. 

Ellen E. 42. 0(;5. 084. 
1010. 1040. 

Ellen G. 003. 1014. 

Ellen P. 14.077. 

Ehner G. 9^1. 

Ehuei- P. 0<->4. 

Ehuina P S'.il. 

Elvira T. .5-1. 82. 



119S 



Index 



Elwood L. 1(Il:u. 
Ely A. 421. 
Emeline A. 4G7. 
Emeline T. 9G3. 
Emeranda 495. 
Emilie II. 965. 
Emily 887. 
Emily E. 547. 706. 
Einily F. 549. 7U9. 
Emily M. 585. 1022. 

1073. 
Emily P. 464. 547. 
Emily K. 1022. 
Emily S. 42. 
Emma C. 368. 626. 627. 
Emma E. 981. 1035. 
Emma F. 368. 626. 
Emma L. 43. 1035. 1083. 
Emma K. 937. 
Emmet J. 1013. 
Enoch 9. 937. 941. 943. 

963. 964. 983. 
EnocU D. 983. 
Epliraim 11. 578. 
Erastus S. 30. 
Ernest C. 1066. 
Ernest H. 653. 799. 
Emastine M. 383. 783. 
Esther 25. 26. 34. 405. 

407. 410. 412. 884. 

110]. 1102. 
Esther A. 4(;4. 892. 906. 
E.sther B. 34. 
Esther C. 464. 478. 
T.sth.-r H. 8,^4. 
Esther T. 409. 
Etlicl 874. 



Ethelinda 52. 54. 67. 6>'. 
Ethelinda W. 52. (iV). 
Etta L. 870. 87;^. 
Eugenia J. 368. 3S2. 62i;. 

782. 
Eunice 30. 414. 451. 
Eimice B. 30. 1101. 
Eunice F. 414. 
Eva F. 5S6. 
Eva G. 1019. 
Eveline E. 36. 41. 
Exi)erience 345. 348. 

411. 420. 
Ezra 25. 26. 29. 30. 1101. 
Fannie 883. 
Fannie A. 871. 
Fannie C. 547. 
Fannie E. 903. 
Fannie M. 644. 779. 

1026. 
Fanny 83. 937. 941. 942. 

962. 
Fanny 11. 795. 
Fluvel C. 943. 982. 
Flora M. 973. 
Florence 874. 
Florence E. 652. 797. 
Florence G. 965. 
Floi-ence I. 1033. 
Frances A. 709. 867. 
Frances E. 494. 652. 
Frances L. 973. 1031. 
Frances ^I. A. GGl 8n5. 

870. 874. 
Frances Q. I(il3. 
Francis 874. 
IVancis A. 870. 



Index 



1199 



Francis T. 732. 

Frank E. 42. 

Frank W. 052. 9Gj. 9GG. 

967. 96S. 
Frankie 43. 48. 
Franklin 32. 53. 66. 73. 

78. 1035. 
Franklin M. 356. 370. 

489. 636. 
Frod L. 870. 875. 
Frederick C. 38. 43. 
Frederick J. 977. 1033. 
Gene%'ieve 874. 
George 969. 973. 978. 

979. 981. 
George A. 663. 904. 
George C. 963. 1013. 
George E. 780. 942. 973. 

978. 1022. 1034. 
George G. 1033. 
George H. 641. 644. 779. 

788. 
George L. 1066. 
George W. 37. :;8. 491. 

585. 62.5. 641. 651. 737. 

780. 796. 
Georgie M. 87]. 
Gertrude M. 795. 
Gladys B. 796. 
Gordon C. 732. 
Grace 28. 

Grace A. 870. 875. 
Grace E. 652. 797. lOlS. 
Grace IT. 29. 64. 
IT. tT 55. 
II. LuollalL 1017. 
Hannah 346. 414. 442. 
[7GJ 



861. 881. 
Hannah A. 891. 905. 
Hannah E. 8^3. 891. <105. 
Hannah G. 881. SS5. 
Hannah H. 881. 
Hannah N. 495. 
Hannah P. 974. 
Hannah R, 467. 
Hannah T. 981. 
Hannah W. 65.3. 891. 
Harold L. 1066. 
Harold P. 47. 
Harold R. 788. 
Harriet 449. 496. 890. 

943. 1017. 1070. 
Haniet B. 36. 
Harriet C. 475. 
Harriet E. 46. 1017. 
Harriet G. 449. 
Harriet L. 39. 46. 981. 
Harriet M. 46. 
Harriet 0. 478. 
Harriet R. 578. 
Harriets. lo:;3. 
Harriet W. 39. 469. 
Harvey D. 55. 
Hattie'M. 39. 
Hattie R. 73S. 
Hattie S. 10S4. 
Flayward S. 644. 779. 
Ileien 983. 
Helen D. 707. 
Helen R. 739. 
Helen W. 655. 
Henrietta R. 57^^. 72li. 
Ilfnry :!(;. 411. 421. 491. 

644. 645. 647. 



Henry E. 578. 731. 
Henry G. 973. 1032. 
Henry H. 55. Gl. 
Henry L. 42. 47. 10S4. 
Henry Q. 1104. 1014. 
Hepsibah 32. 881. 
Herbert A. 652. 
Herbert E. 652. 
Hester F. 409. 
Hettie 43. 
Hezekiah 25. 20. 29. 30. 

33. 35. 3G. 1101. 
Holmes H. 30. 
Hope 33. 36. 
Horace G. 963. 1014. 
Horace R. 941. 9i;;5. 
Hubbard H. 37. 
Huldah411. 420. 
Huldah C. 42. 
Huldah W. S84. 890. 
Ida 368. 626. 627. 
Ida C. 797. 
Ida E. 970. ]01S. 
Ida 8. 10S4. 
Ina F. 730. 

Independence 356. 489. 
Independence P. 469. 
Irene Mrs. 464. 
Irene P. 47. 
Isaac 866. 
Isaac G. 868. 
Isaac X. 868. 871. 
Isabella 572. 724. 
Isabella H. 370. 636. 
'Tsaliolla L. 1035. 1083. 
J. A. 547. 
J. L. 52. 74. 81. 



James 450. 451. 983. 
James A. 56. 
James D. 1013,lii66. 
James G. 652. 
James H. 624. 
James S. 586. 740. 
James W. 475. 586. 963. 

1013. 
Jane 30. 38. 43. 
Jane A. 973. 1025. 
Jane B. 457. 
Jane E. 495. 652. 654. 

801. 
Jane M. 475. 
Jane R. 34. 
Janette 37. 
Janette L. 37. 
Jason 881. 
Jasper M. 904. 
Jeannette 549. 709. 
Jeannette McX. 549. 
Jemima 859. 942. 971. 
Jennie 1035. 
Jennie A. 1026. 
Jennie T. 1019. 
Jeremiali 29. 
Jerome 976. 
Jerusha J. 464. 
Jessamine K. 7o8. s21. 
Jessie A. 1014. 
Jessie B. 1066. 
Jessie M. 647. 
Jessie S. 56. 644. 779. 
Joanna 17. 18. 929. 930. 
Joanna E. 56. 76. 
Joel 861. 
John 3. 6. 7. 17. 18. 21. 



Index 



1201 



'2-2. 23. 25. 26. 28. 20. 

30. 32. 33. 35. 52. 63. 

64. 66. 75. 76. 118. 405. 

406. 414. 449. 450. 451. 

500. 935. 936. 937. 942. 

960. 970. 973. 1006. 

llOi). 1101. 1102. 
Joliii A. 52. 53. 58. 75. 

7S. 80. 
John B. 941. 065. 
John C. 501. 663. 
John F. 414. 
John G. 467. 
John H. 467. 
John J. 356. 489. 
John L. 739. 
John P. 586. 738. 
John S. 625. 
John T. 3S. 44. 324. 442. 

473. 474. 582. 585. 
John ^V. 491. 495. 624. 

640. 655. 656. 657. 650. 
Jouatliau 17. 18. 028. 

9.33. 035. 937. 1101. 
Jonathan L. 32. 52. 53. 

58. 66. 74. 75. 81. 
Jonathan T. 34. 
Josepli 935. 937. 938. 
Jo.-^eph L. 731. 
Jos-hna 20. 
Josiali 5. 6. 7. 17. 18. 22. 

403. 41)5. 4116. 41)7. 4o0. 

410. 411. 421.42;;. 446. 

467.-401. 651. 7'.>5. 035. 

036. 937. 042. 054. 073. 

1101. 110i\ 
Josiah A. 4(;4^ 545. 



Josiah B. 550. 
JosiaJi 1). 404. 651. 
Julia 451. 460. 500. 572. 
Julia E. 585. 737. 
Julia F. 624. 
Julia L. 43. 48. 644. 
Julia M. 624. 
Julia 11. 585. 
Julius 886. 
Julius 0. 871. 
Kate D. 871. 
Katharine 859. 860. 
Kathorine 706. 
Kittle 370. 3'^4. 636. 784. 
L. M. B. 356. 480. 
Ladora A. 56. 76. 
Lainira L. 586. 
Latham H. 972. 1021. 
Laura 175. 176. 181.356. 

^i]9. 442. 450. 4^4. 489. 

572. 604. 635. 720. 
LauT-a A. 30. 624. 073. 

1022. 1026. 11)32. 1075. 
Laura M. 625. 0^2. 
Laura P. 360. 634. 
Laura T. 731. 073. 
Laurence A. 656. 659. 
Lauriston B. 35. 36. 30. 
Lauriston L. 40. 
La Vern P. 800. 
Lavinia J. 965. 984. 

1017. 104O. 
Ledyard P. 063. 1014. 
Lena L. '^OO. I(i66. 
Leola B. 1066. 
Lervis 886. 
Lestina S. 53. 54. 68. 74. 



1202 



LVPEX- 



Lewellyu inS3. 

Lewellyn E. 1035. 10S3. 

Lewis E. SO. 

Lewis F. 52. 75. 

Lillian A. 43. 4S. 

Lillian E. 7S0. 

Lillian I. 780. 

Lillian M. 875. 

Lizzie 57. 77. 

Lois 413. 414. 442. 468. 
935. 936. 93S. 

Lois K. 941. 

Loraine G. 1019. 
■ Lorenzo B. 868. 

Lorinda 942. 

Louisa 52. 56. 75. 

Louisa A. 56. 76. 
Louisa H. 796. 
Louisa :M. 890. 
Love 935. 1102. 
Love B. 25. 935. 1101. 

1102. 
Lovina 882. 
Lovisa 882. 
Lueia 887. 
Lueia S. 624. 
Lucinda 942. 981. 
Lucinda A. 35. j 

Lucretia 83. i 

Lucy 442. 474. 482. 584. [ 
859. 871. 882. 884. 885. [ 
935. 937. i 

Lucy B. 53. 81. 567. 861 ' 
, 865. 
Luoy J. 9C3. 
Lucy L. 36. 39. 40. 42. 

47. 969. 1019. 



Lucy M. K. B. 567. 
Luc}' P. 868. 
Lucy S. SiJG. 
Lucy W. 57. 77. 
Lulu II. 796. 
Lulu 11. 905. 
Lura J. 34. 
Lurany 29. 64. 83. 
Lurany G. S3. 
Lury L. 496. 
Luther 938. 

Lydia 17. 18. 25. 28. 29 
3L 64. 82. 83. 399. '40"] 
405. 407. 411. 412. 4J 4 
418. 450. 451. 882. SS3 
935. 936. 939. 940. 954 
1096. 1100. 1101. 110-^ 
1103. 
Lydia A. 36. 49. 938. 
Lydia B. 882. 
Lydia F. 33. 36. 
Lydia F. S. 52. 74. 
Lydia G. 29. 451. 881. 
Lydia L. 94i). 
Lydia R. 473. 475. 5S5. 
Lydia T. 34. 
L}Txian 469. 475. 5S6. 
Lyman P. 469. 
M. Carroll 797. 
]\la1)el 549. 

Mabel B. 1018. I(i7(i. 
jMabel F. 465. 
Mabel H. 796. 
Mabel K. 739. 
]\randana S. 59. 82. 
Mnrah 17. 18. 925. 92(;. 
^farcia II. 52. 56. 74. 



Index 



1203 



Maroie G. ,875. 
^[argaret ()53. 800. 
Margaret E. 498. 
-Margaret G. 871. 
Maria 30. 625. 
Maria L.3G. 
Maria P. 586. 
Maria R. 709. 
Maria AV. 491. 585. 
Mariah 356. 367. 489. 
^[arian S. 496. 660. 
Alarietta C. 1018. 
:Marina H. 1035. 
Marinda 52. 74. 
:Marion D. 53. 78. 
Marjorie E. 707. 
Martha 414. 421. 8S6. 
Martha A. 891. 
Martlia B. 970. 
:»rartha F. 549. 
Martha M. 972. 1021. 
MarthaX. 411. 625. 
Martha S. 866. 
Martin Van B. 38. 
Man-iuL. 941.963..1014. 
Mary 38. 43. 52. 55. 57. 

66. 68. 69. 70. 75. 405. 

407.408. 411.413.419. 

421.442.446.451.467. 

474. 498. 623. 883. 925. 

926. 936. 1102. 
:Nrary A. 494. 
Mary 15. 29. 32. 35. 52. 

64 74. 965. 
Mnvy C. 3i;9. 3^2. 476. 

5t»u. r)29. (;51. CA',-2. 782. 

1022. 11)34. 



Mary D. 871. 

Mary E. 412. 469. 549. 

578. 585. 586. 643. J09. 

726. 739. 778. 941. 965. 

969. 1018. 
Mary E. J. 1014. 
iMary F. 651. 
Mary G. 55. 59. 69. 82. 
Maiy H. 37. 55. 58. 69. 

81. 904. 1032. 
:\rary T. 51. 
Mary J. 1014. 
Mary K. 796. 
Mary L. 37. 41. 53. 57. 

76. 77. 547. 707. 
Mary M. 965. 
:\rary P. 409. 421. 1065. 

1083. 
Mary R. 61. 788. 903. 

963. 
Mary S. 370. 495. 548. 

550. 635. 652. 654. 
:\[ary T. 369. 422. 628. 
:^Iary U. 891. 905. 983. 
-Afary Van E. 740. 
Mary W. 796. 
^[atihla 941. 961. 
Alatilda T. 870. 
Aland B. 1018. 
Alary F. 707. 
Alaynard AV. 796. 
Aledora T. 44. 324. 
Alehital,le C. 861. 
Ateliitable 11. 421. 
Ar.'hitahlo K. 3>. 
A[.4iital.le S. loDli. 1101. 

1102. 



Index 



:\relin(la 8S3. S8G. SSS. 
Meorath 'ill 
:\[ercy 414. 451. 
Merrill E. SS4. 890. 892. 

905. 
ilildred 47. 
Milliceut 414. 
Milo M. 79G. 
Milton 30. 

]\[indwell 413. 44-2. 4G9. 
jMinerva 491. G40. 
]\Iiiinie 623. 
Minuie C. 10C6. 
]i[imiie E. 44. 49. 324. 
Minnie G. 970. 
Minnie L. G42. 778. 
Mittie 88G. 
Mollie 411. 419. 
Mollie H. 61. 
Molly 31. 44G. 
Morton S. G52. 797. 
Moses 414. 
:\ryra 1017. 
^fyra E. 890. 
:\ryi-a J. 890. 
Nabbe 29. 
Xabby L. 33. 
Xaney C. 978. 983. 
Nancy M. 37. 973. 102G. 
Nancy S. 37. 52. 74. 
Narcissa 964. 1U16. 
Nathan 936. 
Nathan L. 707. 
Nathaniel E. 469. 
"^soheiniah 25. 26. ?,^\ 

1101. 
Ncheniiah K. 942. 972. 



Nellie L. 644. 779. 

Nellie S. 7n7. 

Nelson E. 973. 102';. 

1032. 
Nettie F. 370. 384. 63ti. 

784. 
Nettie ^l. 1026. 
Nina L. 800. 849. 
Noah 1027. 
Noah E. 973. 1022. 102-1. 

1073. 1077. 
Norman 28. 31. 
Olive T. 866. 868. 
Oliver W. 38. 42. 
Orel n. 37. 
Orellana 33. 36. 
Orlander S65. 
Orlando 6. 17. IS. 341 ;. 

495. G53. 857. 859. SC,n. 

861. 862. 865. 867. 884. 

890. 1101. 1102. 
Orville F. 53. 54. 59. 74. 

82. 
Oscar A. 868. 871. 
Oscar B. 53. 57. 76. 77. 
Oscar C. 890. 903. 
Osmyn GS. 
Paraelia A. 868. 
Pamelia 1). 868. 
Parsons C. 30. 
Patience 25. 27. 1101. 
Panl F. 707. 
Pennelia 887. 
Pcrsis ^[. 1018. 
PlH'he 25. 27. 83. 442. 

479. 56;]. 859. 865. ^Sl. 

1101. 



Index 



1205 



Phebe Ann 35. 40. 

miobe L. SG2. 

rhebe M. 29. 32. G4. 

I'liobe R. 9G3. 

PLila 451. 

I'liilip S. iriS4. I 

Polly 29. 32. 34. 54. GG. 

81. 449. 495. 8S3. 937. 

941. 942. 971. | 

Polly G. 53. 73. i 

Polly H. 34. I 

Polly L. 53. 81. \ 

Polly :\r. 53. 58. 78. i 

Polly S. 943. i 

Prudence 414. [ 

Qiiincy M. 1014. | 

Rar-liel 33. 859. i 

Rndiel 15. 977. 1014. 
Rachel C. 30. 38. 1102. i 
Rachel H. SC6. | 

Ralph 414. 451. j 

Ralph G. 451. 5rK). 6G2. } 
Ray 708. 
Rebecca 18. 927. 928. j 

935. j 

Reliecca R. 52. 74. 573. j 

731. I 

Rebeckah 17. 
Reuel 93G. 938. 
Revello 43. 
Rhoda A. 495. G53. 
Rizpah 884. 892. 
Rizpah ^[. 890. 
Rol>f rt 788. 
Robert P.. G-n. 
Robert L. 707. 
Roirer F. 549. 709. 



Romantha 33. 38. 

Ro.'^a H. 58. 81. 

Rosanna E. 973. 1031. 

Rose C. 547. 708. 

Roselnia IT. 890. 904. 

Rosetta 37. 

Ross 874. 

Roxanua 942. 978. 

Roy 874. 

Pioy Van E. 740. 

Royal G34. 

Royal C. 024. 

Royal L. 35G. 3G8. 489. 

G2S. 
Russell L. (;44. 779. 
Ruth 31. 405. 407. 408. 

1102. 
Ruth G. 29. 31. G4. 
Sal)rina H. 890. 903. 
Sadie F. G41. 788. 
Sallie H. 10G7. 
Sally 44G. 4SS. 
Sally A. 53. 78. 495. G53. 

890. 
Sally L. 53. 58. 78. 80. 
Sally T. 35. 
Salmon 34. 
Samuel 548. 8G1. 881. 

882. 883. 88G. 935. 938. 
Samuel A. 451. 500. 
Saumel D. 501. GG3. 
Sanuiel E. 4G9. 573. 574. 

57G. 577. 731. 
Samuel PT. I'lGG. 
Samu.'l .1. 35'!. 370. 4^9. 

G28. G35. 
Sarah 17. 1«^. 25. 2G. 85. 



Index 



87. 91. 133. 405. 407. 

408. 410. 411. 413. 414. 

450. 497. 585. 935. 937. 

942. 973. 983. 1016. 

1100. 1101. 1102. 
Sarah B. 17. 928. 935. 

IIOU. 1101. 
Sarah C. 368. 626. 70S. 
Sarah D. 663. 
Sarah E. 57. 77. 494. 624. 

973. 978. 11*21. 1034. 

1036. 
Sarah H. 446. 489. 625. 

779. 
Sariih J. 464. 548. 
Sarah L. 731. 778. 
Sarah M. 491. 622. 623. 
Sarali P. 936. 
Sarah Q. 1013. 
Sarah R. 33. 450. 969. 
Sarah S. 1084. 
Sebe 861. 
Sel)re 83. 
Selwj-ii E. 1020. 
Sepha W. 70S. 
Sibyl 345. 347. 411. 419. 

861. 865. 
Sibyl C. 862. 
Silas 28. 29. 30. 32. 52. 

62. 64. 65. 66. 73. 82. 
Silas B. 52. 56. 75. 76. 
Silas F. 61. 73. 
Silas P. 52. 55. 74. 
^Silas W. 14. 52. 55. 60. 
62. 67. (i'.i. 72. 
Solimion SSL. SS2. 8^4. 

890. 891. 



Solomon D. 890. 
Solomon W. 891. 
Solera 549 
Sophia 449. 494. 495. 
Sophia L. 449. 
Sophronia PI. 34. 
Spelhnan 651. 796. 
Spencer 886. 
Statia N. 797. 
Statina A. 493. 
Stella K. 1066. 
Stephen 33. 35. 859. SOI . 

881. 882. 883. 884. 
Submit 883. 886. 887. 
Sumner SS7. 
Susan n. 58. 81. 
Susan X. 905. 
Susan S. Sill). 
Susannah 861. 
Sylvia H. 654. 
Taphena L. 940. 
Temperance B. 883. 
Thankful 446. 490. SSi; 

886. S87. 
Thankful B. 5i)i). 
Theodore II. 965. 1017. 
Tirzah C. 473. 
Ursula 38. 42. 
UrsulaG. 941.969. 978. 
Vienna D. 892. 
Vienna E. 892. 
Viretta F. 643. 
Virgil X. 870. S74. 
Virgil S. 1013. 1066. 
^'irginiaP.S92. 906. 
Win-ae L. 870. 875. 
Warren 413. 449. 49.1 



Index 



1207 



494. G51. 
Warren T. 383. 7S3. 
Wealthy 451. 
Wealthy C. 35. 
Wealthy D. 35. 
AVealthy 0. 904. 
Wilfred T. Gl. 73. 
Wilfred \V. 656. 659. 
Willard S3. 
William 2S. 29. 31. 32. 

34. 35. 53. 62. 64. 65. 

66. 76. 474. 475. 478. 

585. 
William B. 57. 77. 
William C. 451. 
William E. 1022. 
William F. 53. 57. 76. 77. 
William G. 38. 941. 969. 

970. 1020. 1100. 
WilliaiB II. 37. 39. 46. 

489. 547. 624. 625. 70S. 
William J. 491. 642. 

1014. 
William L. 647. 
AVilliam X. 28. 31. 
AVilliam P. 52. 53. 54. 62. 

68. 74. 75. 
William R. 369. 635. 
William AV. 356. 359. 

489. 494. 634. 
AViUie 778. 
AVillie S. 46. 
Willis L. 970. 1019. 
Wiuoua I. 42. 
Zilpah no. 442.4^2. 
Zophar 28. 2'.). 32. 34. 64. 

83. 



! Alacomber, Blanche K. 304. 
Alagoou, Annie Van W. 79. 

Betsey M. 58. 78. 

Ezra 58. 78. 

Ezra P. 79. 

Faustina Al. 58. 78. 

George E. 79. 

Alelviua P. 58. 78. 79. 

Alinnie E. 79. 

Olive AI. 79. 

Oscar P. 58. 78. 79. 

AVilliam J. AI. 79. 

AVilliam P. 79. 
Aiahon, Alaiy A. 317. 
Alanier, John 594. 

Julia S. 594. 
Alanley, Alice L. 738. 832. 

Frederick ,1. 738. 

John A. 738. 

Alarv AI. 738. 

Sarah L. 73«. 
Alann. Bathsheba 343. 

Catharine V. AI. 710. 

Frances Alack 14. 

IIerl>ert 710. 

Paul C. 710. 
Alansfield, Betsey J. 889. 

Daniel S89. 

Jonathan 900. 

Louisa P. 890. 

Lucy C. 900. 

Lucy T. 8«9. 

Alartha AI. 9til. 916. 

Alary 1042. 

Alary AI. 901.915. 

Alrlintha W. ','00. 
I William 900. 



120S 



Index 



Mansiir, Betsey P;]. 
Maiiville, Aitliui- II. 235. 

f:ireu A. C. 255. 

Frances W. 255. 

Koderiek 255. 

Eoderick W. 255. 
Marble, Etta son. 
March, Alden Dr. IGC). 555. 

Deliorah 14:]. 
Marsh, Auiia 3.3. 

flosea 955. 

Laura 982. 
Marshall, Chief Justice 
1073. 

Florence 305. 

Hope 120. 

Xc^vton ]Mr. and Mrs. 
614. 
Martin, Al)liy T. 44. 241. 

Adeline 3S. 45. 

Anna 110. 155. 

Anna P. 159. 

Anna S. 100. ITS. 

Asenath S. 110. 150. 

Catlierine S. 39. 

Clara B. 10G3. 

Clark 109. ITS. 

Ellen ^[. 3'.). 45. 

Frank 110. 

Hannah 11. 3"^. 

Harlow 3^. 44. 240. 

Hattie 44. 

Henrietta 3S. 44. 240. 
J[ezekiah3S. 

IIr7...kin]i ^r. 3.^. 

Jane P. 44. 

John c. nn. 



John P. 44. 

Jonathan '.'•'<. 

Julia A. 44. - 

Julia T. 44. 240. 

Lucy A. 44. 49. 241. 3,24. 

:\laria II. 110. 

Mary 3'^. 

:\rary H. 44. 241. 

Permelia AV. 15T. 

Rachel M. 38. 

Samuel 38. 44. 241. 4r,T. 

Sarah V. TOl. 

So]>hia S. 8. 15T. ITS. 
Gf>9. G14. G3G. 

Susannah IT. 

Thomas llo. 15T. 15-. 
! ITS. G09. G14. 

I Tliomas Mrs. ITT. G08. 
I ]\Iarvin. Alartha L. 153. 

^lary 38. 

Mary E. 2G. 

Samuel 21. 
Mason, Alfred J. 105T. 
j Edith ^r. 305. 
I Edith S. 305. 
I Edward 305. 
I Efli(^ B. 105T. 
i Hattie C. 305. 
I Howard D. 305. 
I Jloward X. 305. 
I Stanley S. 305. 
j ]\Iasten, Asa 54. 
j Cliarlotte ^I. 54. 
j Chester 54. 59. 
i LillieD. M. 01. 

Mariraret M(d\ 59. 

Mnrv E. .54. 



Index 



Osniyn F. 54. 

Sihis 54. 61." 

Winfield T. 54. 
Martin. Asa GS. 

Charlotte M. 6S. 

Clio>ter r>S. 

l)al(- V. no. 71. 

Klizabetli n. 59. 71. 

Knifst no. 71. 

Ktta II. 59. 71. 

LillieD. ^I. 59. 70. 71. 

Margaret McD. (iS. 

Mary I-:. CO. CS. 71. 

.MaryP. <iO. 71. 

0.-?inyn F. 68. 

Silas 59. 6S..70. 71. 

Winfield T. 60. GS. 71. 
Matlior. Alice C. 10?0. 

Aliee K. 1079. 

Bertha E. 1033. 1079. 

Charles 1079. 

Charles H. 1033. 1079. 

Elizabeth H. S65. 

Fauuy 1033. 

Ooor-e R. 1079. 

Grace E. lOSO. 

Grace R. 1080. 

James T. 865. 

Louise B. 10,80. 

Martha 93^. 

Maud A. 1080. 

Minnie A. 1033. 1080. 

Richard Rev. 319. 

Ri<-lhml H. 1032. 

Ruby A. lii>ii. 

Susan T. ln32. 

William E. Iii33. 10^0. 



Matthews, Frances 1032. 

Jennie L. 1032. 

Kate A. 1024. 1077. . 

Katie A. 1032. 

Laura M. 1032. 

:\[ary 3(>7. 

William S. 1032. 
:\tattoon, Gen. 112. 
Maxwell, Eleanor 387. 

Margaret B. 794. 
]\Iayhew, H. H. 734. 

Mary D. 487. 
McAdams, Sarah E. 846. 
McBrieu, May J. 842. 
McBurney, Ellen R. 1051. 

Hamilton 1051. 

Howard H. 1051. 

Inez ^I. 1051. 
?^[cCall Co. 1003. 
McCauley, Mary E. 872. 
McChosney, ^Ir. 289. 
McClellan 979. 
McClure, Charles E. 391. 

Charles AV. 832. 

Jeisie AV. 832. 

John H. 391. 

Laurence H. 391. 

Alildred 833. 

Olive H. 391. 
AlcCormick. Charles H. 754. 

Elizabeth 874. 

Frank E. 754. 

John 754. 

Sarah AI. 754. 

AVnrr.'n S. 754. 
AIcDaniel. Charles W. 829. 

Fritz 829. 



1210 



Ini'EX 



Minnie R. 829. 

R. V. Wayne 829. 
McDonald, Alexander X. 
918. 

Charlotte C. 1055. 

Donald & Co. G44. 

Dorothy W. 918. 

Dr. 983. 

Elizabeth U. 918. 

Florence A. 918. 

Harold F. 918. 

James A. 918. 

James K. 918. 

[Margaret 59. 68. 

IMargaret G. 918. 

Mary S. 918. 

Sarah ^1. 983. 
McElwain, Arthur E. 712. 
744. 

Bros. 743. 

Caroline 5G1. 5G2. 

Caroline C. 712. 743. 

Charles C. 712. 744. 

Edwin 712. 743. 

George 442. 

George A\'. 442. 

Greta P. 712. 744. 

Hannah ^1. 442. 

Jane 442. 

J. S. 743. 

M. S. S. 139. 

Martha 442. 

Timothy 442. 
McJ'arhind, J. Ilnrar-e 8u8. 
M(n-\irlniie, Aiuui W. 255. 

Cl.-ira W. 255. 329. 

Iluoh 255. 



{MeGee&MaekG41. 
McGhic, Charlotte F. 315. 

John 224. 315. . 

Philip 224. 
McGregor, Christine 854. 
:McGuire, ,Alahel M. 39(i. 
]\IcKean, John 779. 

Lydia J. 780. 

Sarah M. 779. 
McKenty, Elizabeth B. 7n 
McKenzie, Daniel 814. 

Jean A. 814. 

Margaret 814. 
McKinlcy, Louisa 739. 

President 187. 950. 
McKinney, Allen 971. 

Amanda 971. 

Bertlia 1020. 

Braton 971. 

Chester 972. 

Delia 1020. 

Elisha 972. 1020. 

Eliza 972. 

Emma P. 972. 11)20. 

Harry 1020. 

Hattio 1020. 

Isadore R. 1020. 

Jane 972. 

^lary 971. 

Nobie 971. 1020. 

Polly M. 971. 

Ruby 1020. 
McLaughlin, Annie B. 33 
McLaurin, Senator 2G9. 
AlcX;iry & C... 331. 
M(>Xary, lU-ir/ibah J. 54!' 

Jeannette 549. 



Indlx 



1211 



Michael 549. 
\!.(^)uestioii, George 10. 
M.^acliam, Alice E. 301. 

Amanda 591. 

Amy 1). 300. 

Andrew 591. 

Anna M. .301. 315. 

Asonath 141. 199. 

(Bird). (Hawes) 

591. 

Carey L. 301. 

Charles II. 199. 300. 

Cleantha M. 141. 

Cynthia C. 199. 

Francis ^Y. 199. 

Franklin S. 141. 

George 199. 

Harriet 199. 

Harry B. 301. 

Laura 214. 

Lawrence L. 199. 301. 
315. 

Minnie S. 301. 315. 

Xabliy L. 141. 

Parsons P. 141. 199. 

PluUp 141. G40. 

Philip S. 301. 315. 

Sally L. 640. 

Sally S. 141. 

Sarah A. 640. 

Sarah E. 141. 

William I. 141. 

Winfield D. 301. 
:\read, Xewell 900. 

Sarah P. 900. 
-Mealy, ^lyrtle S29. 
Mechlin, Geor<rie S71. 



:Meiggs, Col. SG2. 
]\rellen, Jane II. 227. 

Joel B. 226. 

]k[atikla S. 226. 

William A. 226. 
Meh-in, Almon 954. 

Jonathan 954. 955. 

Molly 949. 
Merriam, Isabel 395. S40. 

Margaret 395. S40. 

Xettie H. 395. 840. 

Noah 395. S40. 
I Merrill, Asher 343. 
' Daniel 347. 

Delight S. 343. 

Huldah E. 347. 

Nellie G. 561. 
Men-imau, C. C. 634. 

"William E. 545. 
Merritt, Asher 343. 

Delight S. 343. 

Mary 119. 
Messenger, Eliza F. 733. 

Ilattie 827. 

Henry A. 733. 

Henry B. 734. 

Jennie E. 734. 

Eobei-t W. 734. 
Metealf, Andrew F. 7S9. 

Anna 1^1. 284. 775. 

Antoinette B. P. 285. 
I Caroline S. 692. 
1 Eliab 789. 

Erastus J. 789. 

I-^aa.' S. 285. 

John 114. 132. 

Julia 1.32. 



1212 



Index 



LucLna 114. 

Lucina K. 114. 132. 

Martha T. 7S9. 

William A. 002. 
^ilt'tcalfe, .Mary A. 738. 
Micliener, Inez 183. 
Middleton, Bella S. 829. 

John H. S29. 

Mary M. 830. 
Mighells, Maud E. 754. 
Miles, Mary 9Ij5. 
Millais, Cecilo 1099. 
Millard, Fidelia S. 689. 

Henry C. 817. 

Henrj- E. 689. G90. 

Henry W. G90. 817. 

Jehoida 94G. 

Louise V. 690. 817. 

Lula V. 817. 

Maria P. 94G. 

Marion J. 817. 

AVarrenF. 817. 
Miller, Aaron S. 1085. 

Abigail E. 3G2. 532. 

Ada E. 903. 

Adam 493. 

Almira F. 661. 

Amasa 889. 

Ann J. 902. 

Charles H. 560. 

Clarinda 881). 902. 

Collins E. 3G2. 532. 

Collins W. 351. 456. 

Cynthia E. 3G2. 456. 532. 

Itavid 889. 

David iJ. 889. 

I). Alphonso 902. 



Doris S. 10^5. 
Edith A. 328. 
Eliza A. 590. . 
Elizabeth S. 1085. 
Elraiua 888. 
Emily 888. 
Emily E. 254. 
Emmett A. GGl. 
Esther H. 917. 
Ezra SSS. 
George A. 903. 
George L. 254. 
George W. 254. 
Gilman W. 903. 
Harriet C. 254. 
Harvey B. 889. 902. 
James 590. 
Laura E. 903. 917. 
Louisa M. 889. 903. 
Lucius 889. 
Lucius M. 902. 917. 
Lucretia 888. 
Lucy A. 889. 
Lucy B. 889. 
Lucy S. 590. 
Lulu V. 903. 
Lurilla P. 888. 
Lydia B. 888. 
Lydia E. 889. 
Lydia G. 254. 
^["arshall H. 902. 
:^Iary A. M. 493. 
^fary E. 351. 450. 
.Alary H. 30,2. 532. 
()n-iii C. in7. 
IVrley .M.;)17. 
Phebe 29. 32. 64. 



Lndex 



1213 



Polly 8SS. 900. 

Polly M. 5S. 7S. 

Phoda M. E. 902. 916. 

Posella V. 903. 917. 

Pufiis 5S. IS. 

Samuel W. ?,G2. 45(3. 5o2. 

Sarah S. lOSo. 

Sardis S8S. 

Sophia 144. 

Susan N. 902. 

Tniman SS8. 

William 254. 

Zilpah 900. 

Zilpha SSS. 
diet, Frank D. 721. 
illiken, Arthur SS5. 

Dolly C. 638. 

Lucy S. 885. 
illington. Abel 350. 

Lucy T. 350. 
ills, Edward P. 960. 

Martha 732. 

-Mary P. 960. 
iner, Petsey 30. 

Charles 39. 

Emily 693. 

Harriet E. 46. 

Ilattie E. 39. 
iner & "Warren 265. 
isuer, Jessie 1061. 
itchell, Anna lOOU. Iii53. 

Daniel W. 70. 

Elise L. 806. 

Elizabeth C. 61. 70. 

Fred.'nek ^V. 70. 

Mary L\ 70. 

Sarali 40. 



William 61. 70. 
Mitts, Lillian 875. 
Mixter, A.laline B. 196. 
Mock, Addie A. 1014. 
"Modjeska" 723. 
:\roe. Hattie J. 660. 

Lillie A. 660. 805. 

Marian :^[. 660. 

Stephen T. 660. 
Moir, Mareus "W. 59. 

Olive B. 59. 82. 

William J. 59. 82. 
Monnich. Carrie E. 797. 

Eleanor G. 797. 

Florence ]\[. 797. 

John 0. 797. 

Maurice J. 797. 

Robert C. 797. 
Monroe, James 115. 
Moody, Henry T. 742. 

Mar>' "W. 742. 

Mr. 225. 
Moore, Addison S. 765. 

Ann 562. 

Annie (4. 385. 

Arno Pev. 764. 

Charles D. 42. 

Emerson W. 385. 

Emily 836. 

Ida E. 55. 61. 70. 73. 

JeauL 212. 

John F. 55. 70. 

Lillie D. 55. 59. 61. 70. 
71. 

Lydia ^r. 42. 

Mary C. r^^y. 

^larv ^r. 55. 61. 70. 



1214 



Index 



Sarali S. 7G4. 
AViliraiii E. 7(J5. 
Morehouse, Harland 803. 
Jephtlia B. 307. 
Josephine D. 307. 
Josephine G. S02. 
Lawrence SOS. 
Leslie 802. 
Mab"el R. 308. 
Morgan, Edwin D. 1057. 
E. M. Mrs. 1057. 
Florence L. 377. 393. 
George W. 1068. 
Harriet C. 377. 
Harvey S. 1057. 
Helen S. 377. 
Laura S. 377. 
Maria 251. 
Maiy S. 1057. 
William E. 377. 
Morrison, Alexander 828. 
Annie S. 82S. 
Charles 1054. 
Fannie L. 829. 
Lillian D. 1054. 
Morse, Alice 58. SO. 
Clarissa M. 58. 78. SO. 
Ella 58. 80. 
Emily 562. 
Harriet 311. 710. 
Jesse 58. 78. SO. 
Mercy J. 730. 
Moseley, Albert F. 754. 837. 
Charles S. 597. 
"l^dna C. 754. 
Eliza S. 597. 754. 
Ella T. 753. 



Frances K. 753. 
George S. 597. 753. 754 
Helen B. 837. , 
Helen C. S37. ' 
Ida M. 754. 
Ida T. 753. 
James H. 597. 
Kate L. 754. 
Laura B. 7;>4. 
Leslie E. 754. 
i\Lary E. 597. 
Sarah E. 597. 754. 
Triphena 354. 
Vincent T. 754. 
Walter T. 754. 
IVIossman, Charles S. 51. 
Maude F. 51. 
Russell F. 51. 
Moulton, Charles E. 195. 
Ellen L. 195. 
Heniy ]\L 195. 
Nancy S. 195. 
Moulthrop. Esther P. 411. 

William 411. 
Monsohunt, Fcnton 310. 
George 310. 
Glen 310. 
Justus 310. 
Sarah A. 310. 
Mullen, Charlotte C. 786. 
Cornelia E. 381. 780. 
Henry J. 786. 
:Mulligan, [NFaryW. 1025. 
Muuiford, Delia 253. 
Munch. Chariot 294. 

Ennna D. 294. 
IMuiiirer, Alice 306. 



Index 



1215 



Mun.-oii, IkTtha A. 10;!G. 

, Fared 7.j5. 

.hired P. 75G. 757. 

Mary C. 755. 

William K. 755. 
Murdoek, George Dr. 732. 
Murphy, Julia A. G2-i. 

KathrjTi lOOG. 
.Murray, Daniel F. 849. 

Eliza S-iS. 

Julia B. 848. 

Sarali B. 849. 

AVilliain 848. 

William H. 84S. 
Mussulman, Michael 952. 

Rebecca D. 952. 
.Myers, Grace D. 828. 
' Hazel L. 828. 

Ida W. 828. 

James G. S. Rev. 828. 

L. Clifton 828. 

P. Olive 828. 

Ruth I. 828. 

.\ail, Susan 905. 
Xash, Anna M. 903. 

Rev. 488. G55. 

Susan 902. 

William C. 903. 
Xathurst, Jennie K. 732. 
Nelson, Maiy IL 709. 

Robert 709. 
Xettleton. XoruA.720. 
X'euman. L. H. 555. 
Xeweomi), Amanda P. 94(5 

Krnest S. 377. G94. 

.lennie M. G94. 
[77J 



.M. Eluise E. 377. G94. 

:\larviu94G. 

^laiy D. G94. 

Mary J. G94. - 

Orestes II. G94. 
Xewell & Pierce 319. 
Xewell, Alice 540. 

Alice M. 909. 

Arthur D. 540. 

Beulah B. 54ii. 705. 

Chai-lotte V. 540. 

Daniel B. 540. 

Electa A. 540. 

Isaac D. 540. 

Katie 540. 

L. Boardman 540. 

ilai-tha R. 540. 704. 

Mary B. 540. 

:\lary R. 540. 705. 

]^Iiuuie 540. 

Iv'ufns 540.^ 

Ruth 93. 

Sarah P. 540. 
Xewkirk, Tarns. ,n B. 193. 
Xe^vton. Alice M. 302. 

Ambrose 117. 

George B. 5G3. 

John 117. 

Lucy S. 117. 

Martha 117. 411. 

Mary A. 5(i2. 
Xeylon. Anna M. 923. 
XiJhols, Adelines. 352. 4GI. 

.Mien R. 9o7. 

Al.uizo C. 98C). 

Arthur C. 1M41. 

Ai-thur L. 9^G. 1041. 



121G 



Index 



Ciiarles 986. 

Charles A. 907. 

Chester 907. 

Ki-nest F. 9SG. 1041. 

Estlier K. 1041. 

Hattie PI. 907. 

Joseph 352. 4G1. 

Katharine ^Y. 1(141. 

Lucy C. 1041. 

Lydia D. 907. 

Mabel li. 907. 

Sophrouia F. 9^G. 

W. E. & Co. 154. 
Niks, Aaron T. 254. 

Hannah 495. 
Noble, Asenath 157. 257. 
Asenath :SL 156. 
Charles 64S. 
Charles S. 157. 257. 
- Edith B. 7S9. 842. 
Eliza S. 157. 
Emma C. 157. 
Emma E. 789. 84]. 
Frank E. 789. 
Fred 7S9. 841. 
Gladys A. 331. 
Hannah W. 330. 
Harold W. 331. 
Harriet T. 648. 
HaiTy S. 331. 
Henry AV. 789. 
James 156. 157. 
James M. 157. 257. 
James AV. 7S!). S41. 
'•TuHa A. 7^9. 840. 
Liiilaii W. .331. 
Mark 3;!(t 



: Martha L. 789. 841. 
i jMartha 'M. 789. 
' I\Iary B. 257. . 

i\[aiy E. 789. 841. 
[ Mary L. 988. 
: Mary S. 156. 
[ Nettie S. 330. 
Kena M. 331. 
l\ussell B. 331. 
: Thomas 330. 

Thomas M. 257. 331. 
William 156. 789. 
William B. 257. 330. 
Nobles, Cherilla B. 1047. 
Evander W. 1047. 
Gertrude Pi. 1090. 
i Ida II. 1090. 
; John W. 1047. 1090. 
i Judsou 1047. 
- Noe, A. J. 753. 
Addie 753. 
Albert 753. 
Alice 753. 
Eliza S. 753. 
Lucy 753. 
Nelson F. 753. 
Nettie 753. 
Permelia 753. 
William A. 753. 
I Northam, Glovei- 955. 
I Northrop, ,laue McK. 972 
Norton, Charles E. Prut 
721. 
I)a\id S. 5i)7. 
E.Uvnrd W. 5(17. 
Eliza A. 5(17. 
Elizabeth D. 507. 



Index 



12r 



Klizabeth H- 5(i7. 

Kunioe S. 454. 

llamiali H. oU7. 

Jethro 454. 

John F. 507. 

Lydia 455. 

Martlia 700. 

Martha A. 507. 

I'nuleuce C. 507. 6S6. 

Syhil E. 507. 

Syl)il ^I. 5lt7. 

Sybil S. 454. 

William 455. 507. 

William D. 507. 
.N'oyes, Governor 4S1. 

Joseph P. cS: Co. 173. 

Mo^es 22. 
Xugent, Abbie G. 46. 

AVilliam H. 4G. 
Xye. Ansel L. 4(32. 

Fanny T. 4G2. 

Gardner 4(')2. 

Hannah F. 462. 

Lydia K. 45S. 

:\lillicent 4.5S. 

Xabby 458. 

Nathan 45S. 

Oaks, Thaddeus 055. 
Ol.erdorf. .Minerva 710. 
Obertuffer, r.eatri<-e 821. 

Howard 821. 

Jessie M. ^21. 

^fartsiiret E. 821. 
(''Brien, John 740. 

^lary J. 740. 

^larv M. 740. 



Odell, Ethel 848. 

Euniee B. 848. 

Florence 848. 

Floyd 848. . 

Grace E. 385. 

Hiram 904. 

James L. 848. 

liaymond 848. 

Roy 848. 

AValter 848. 
Olcott, :Mary 484. 
Olds, Elmer 0. lo07. 

George W. 336. 

Helen P. 336. 

Jennie 365. 

Mary A. C. 336. 

Minerva 108. 

Olin 336. 

Submit 351. 

Wesley A. 336. 
Oleson, John 293. 
Olin, Annie B. 326. 

Charles F. 326. 
Olmstead, Albert 217. 218. 

Albert F. 217. 313. 

Albert W. 313. 

Alice J. 313. 

Ashbel 93. 

Edith M. 313. 

Elizabeth 03. 

Fanny A. 217. 

Jennie E. 313. 

John 103. 

Jnlia I. 217. 314. 

Lucy 1113. 

.Mii-andaS. 21f'.. 217. 

Parks 217. 



121S 



Index 



Eutli C. 93. 
Olmsted, Henry 23H. 

Jonathan 235. 
Orcutt, Xabby N. 4.5S. 
Orne, Catharine S. P. 475. 
Orr, Marg-aret A. 77S. 
Osborne, Anna Mrs. 91. 

Dr. 91. 

Levi 9(14. 

Wealthy A. 904. 
Osgood, Dr. ]016. 

James K & Co. 185. 

Mr. 419. 

Susannah 4G3. 
Osterhout, Julia A. 339. 
Otis, Ella M. 219. 

Isadore 219. 

Maiy S. 219. 

"William K. 219, 

AVilliam L. 219. 
Ottley, Augusta 1004. 

Caroline 959. 1002. 

Elizabeth 959. 1001. 

P::noch 1003. 

Frances IT. 1003. 

Grace W. 1004. 

HannaL G. 1003. 

James H. 1003. 

John D. 1004. 

Lydia 957. 959. 1001. 
1003. 

Lydia P. 9:VX 954. 950. 

Mary |)5!>. lndi). 

J^lary "W. 1004. 

}.lilton 11. li'n:;. 11157. 

Key M. 105^. 

Sarah AV. 1057. 



Sophia 1003. 
I Sophia xV. 959. inoi. 
i Thomas ^sL 951>: hH)4. 
' William 95G. 957. 951 1. 

1003. 
: Eaj-mond G. 331. 
: William P. 1003. 
ptto, EffiePeny 211. 
Owen, Mabel M. 1070. 
i Mark 1070. 

I Wilbur F. 1070. 

! 

Packard or Packer, Emma 

972. 1020. 
Paddock, Thankful 44in 
Page, Anna IMrs. lOOG. 
1 Clara M. 706. 
j Hannah B. 706. 

Jonathan 455. 
i Leander 706. 
; Lydia X. 455. 
Paine, Arthur P. 661. 
i Arthur R. 497. 660. 

Caroline A. 660. 

Charles P. 497. 

Elijah 4!)7. 

Laura M. 497. 
■ Martha P. 497. 
I Sarah C. 497. 

Sarah L. 497. 

Sarah ^I. 497. 

William F. 497. 

AViUiam P. 4!)7. 
Palmer. Adeline K. 147. 

David 414. 

Dorothy S. 97. 152. 
' ■ Elizabeth 250. 



Index 



Elliot Eev. 454. 

]'jiu-line OO;;. 

Emily 905. 

Florence L. 303. S33. 

Florilla S. 454. 

Gideon 250. 

Grace 414. 

G. 11. Mrs. 176. 

Louise E. 250. 

Suiilironia 152. 253. 

Theresa E. 241. 

William 97. 152. 
I'ardee, Anna D. 1093. 

Chailes C. 1093. 

Lena F. 1093. 

^rary E. 1093. 
Parke, Davis .<c Co. 94. 
I'arke. Betliiah S. 94. 

Jolm 94. 

Joseph 94. 

Sarali S. 94. 
Parker, Alfred 537. 

Alton 15. 9G6. 

Annie B. S09. 

Calvin 41. 

Darkliske B. CSG. 

Edith E. 851. 

Elizabeth E. s;51. 

Ennna D. 8(»9. 

Eunice C. 537. 

Hannah 974. 

Herbert L. 81. 

Herbert ^I. 81. 

Jabez.D. 41. 974. 

Jerusha r;55. 

.lerushaL. (155. 

.Tohn D. S09. 851. 



JuliaAV. 809. S51. 

Lotta M. 81. 

Lucius E. 809. 851. . 

IMaria S. 41. 

:\rarie A. 851. 

Martha B. 290. 

]\rary AV. (i8G. 

Nathan D. 686. 

Nathaniel 686. 

Eachel B. 974. 

Eienzi P.. 809. 852. 
j Eossa M. 81. 

I Samuel Eev. 655. 

I Sarah T. 974. 

I T. E. Dr. 682. 

! William 974. 

'81. ' l^arklmrst, George C. 644. 
Parks, Elizabeth S. 785. 

Greta 712. 744. 

Isaac 276. 

Laura 274. 774. 

Martha 411. 

Sarah E. 278. 

Sarah E. A. 276. 774. 
Parmalee. Betsey 153. 
Parsons, A. E. Dr. 751. 

Caroline M. 480. 

Caroline S. 561. 562. 

David 469. 480. 

E. W. Mrs. 562. 

Elijali 95 

Elizabeth AV. 480. 

Harriet 469. 

Harriet AV. 469. 
I Aiaria 5m;. 

i Partnv, Mary 334. S37. 
I Partridge. J. AV. llov. 644. 



1220 



Index 



Paseu, Emma 1). oHIJ. 

Fraucis ^[. 303. 

Alaurice D. 303. 
Passmore, .Toaima 9S4. 

Xancy A. 9S5. 
Patrick, \lary A. 304. 

Theresa 457. 
Patterson, Steele & Dennis 

109S. 
Patterson, A. J. Dr. 75G. 

D. W. 6. 

Elnatlian J. 893. 

Finis 543. 

Liicinda L. 893. 
Paty, George :2S9. 
Paxton, Cora C. 811. 
Payne, Daniel 49G. 

Fuiily 261. 580. 583. 735. 
747. 

Emily E. 582. 

Helen T. 583. 

Lyman 582. 606. 

Lyman ^l. 583. 

]\Iary E. 583. 

:\[iran<la C. 496. 

^Monroe 583. 
Pearson, IIei)sil)ali 401. 

Irene 401. 

Lydia 401. 

Lydia ]\L 401. 

:\Iartlia P. 401. 

Mary 401. 

Mary L. 401. 

Peter 401. 
I'hel.e 401. 

Ki.'hard 4nl. 

Samuel 401. 



Tahitha 401. 
Pease, Dan 142. 

Georgiana 229.- 

Independence 46*. 

Josei)]i X. 720. , 

Julia 312. 365. 

Laura E. 72(>. 

Lestei- 364. 

Marietta 579. 

^lary T. 364. 

Maiy ,1. 720. 

Sally ^^'. 142. 

Sarali A. 3(;5. 

Sarali li. 720. 

Sybil 142. ISO. 

Walter 364. 
Peck, Al)by ^r. 144. 

Aclisah B. 145. 

Addie E. 1005. 106O. 

Alice 1092. 

Alice J. 1049. 

Alice L. 1009. lo61. 

Almira D. 9(>0. 

Alvira 949. 991. 

Amanda 621. 

Amnnda G. 998.- 

Ann 94(1 961. 

Anna P. 144. 

Annie B. ll^OS. 1009. 

Annie C. 1050. 

Arthur B. 233. 

Bernice 1051. 

Bessie 1052. 

Betsey 940. 949. 

Betsey .1. 961. 1010. 

P.lan.-he L. I116I. 

Charles 939. 94n. V 



Index 



1221 



997. 
Ciiarlos D. 054. 1(W). 
Cliarles E. 961. 1010. 
CliarlesL.1061. 
Cliarles ]\I. 959. 1005. 

lOGO. 
Charles S. 233. 
Clara I. 998. 1050. 
Clarence E. 99S. 1050. 
Clarissa 953. 999. 
Coi-a B. 1005. 1010. 
Cora J. 993. 997. 
Cocnelia 999. 1052. 
Coi-uelia R. 1009. lOGl. 
Cornelia S. 9G0. 
Daniaris 953. 99S. 
Damaris A. 999. 1052. 
Darius 937. 939. 940. 

952. 954. 959. 1005. 
Darius R. 959. 1005. 
David B. 144. 
Dorothy 321. 953. 999. 

1061. 
Karl 1052. 
E.lith L. 1009. 
Edson .AI. 231. 
Elhert C. loOt). 
Elijah 401. i)40. 
Elisha 939.940. 945. 949. i 

950. 955. 992. 
Eliza .1. 143. 230. 
Elizabeth B. 939. 
Elizabeth G. 144. 
Elizaijeth H. 231. 1097 
Elizabeth R. 1000. 
Ellen 954. 
Ellen A. 231. 



Ellen B. 230. 
Ellen C. 107. 999. 
Ellen P. 1092. 
Elmer E. 1000. 1052. 
Euooli 940. 960. 
Epaphroditus 104. 143. 

231. 319. 321. 
Esther A. 961. 1011. 
Eugenia C. 1009. 
Ezra ,T. 960. lOOS. 
Fanny 940. 959. 
Flora B. 1010. 
Florence M. 1000. 1052. 
Florence R. 319. 
Frank 999. 
Frank K. 1049. 
Frederick B. 1009. 
Frederick E. 1050. 1092. 
Frederick W. 233. 321. 
Gaylord E. 99S. 1049. 
George C. 967. 
George M. 1009. 
Grace B. 319. 321. 
H. A. 107. 

HarnKuiD. lOOii. 1052. 
Harriet P. 1010. 
Hattie C. A. 96(i. 10] 0. 
Eattie S. 1052. 
Hattie W. 99S. 
Helen P. 233. 
Henrietta A. 1011. 
Henry A. 143. 
Heniy H. 961. 1011. 
Henry .T.OOM. ln09. 
HoiH-v L. inoii. 1(152. 
Hepsibah r. 4IH. 
Hilda M. 319. .:' .. 



Index 



Hiram 953. 9W. 
Horace 940. 94.'). 9.j(). 

952. 953. 954. 955. 

1000. 
Howard S. 3L^. 319. 
Ira 940. 945. 949. 9G1. 

99S. 
IraL. 1011. 
J.T.Mrs.3Jl. 
James 144. 
James E. 99S. 1049. 
James F. 322. 
James G. 3 04. 144. 145. 

233. 
James I. 1009. 
James S. 233. 
Jedediah II. 1010. 
Jesse 949. 99S. 
Jesse W. 1010. 1061. 
Jessie M. lOGl. 
Jolin 949. 99S. 
Jonathan ]i[. 144. 233. 
Joseph A. 143. 
Josiah II. 317. 31S. 
Josiah T. 143. 230. 
Julietta J. 9G0. 
Kathryn :\I. lOOG. 
Kezia A. 143. 
Lament 103. 104. 
Laura A. 1010. lOGl. 
Laura J. 3G9. 634. 
Lavinia I. 1011. 1062. 
Lewis 939. 949. 955. 991. 
* 992. 993. !)94. 99(j. 997. 
Lewis T. 99S. 1 11.50. 
Lillie II. 232. 
Liudv R. 1000. 



Louis K. 1049. 1091. 
Louisa M. 99'.>. 
Louise 10.50. Kf.H. 
Lucinda \V. 949. 
Lurilla 888. 
Lydia 939. 940. 949. 956. 

'99s. 
Lydia M. 937. [t39. 951. 
Lydia R. 144. 
Marcia C. 145. 
Marcia T). 998. 
]\rargaret D. 999. 
^rargaret W. 321. 
i\rarionn. 1091. 
]\[artha KH. 1103. 
:\rai-tlia E. 233. 
^Martha :Sl. 959. KhM]. 
j\rartha S. 144. 
Maiy 144. 318. 
]\LiryA.959. 1005. 
Mary C. 2.33. 
Mary D. 1059. 
]\Iary E. 145. 234. 
Mary G. 1009. HHd. 
^\avv II. lOOi). 
Mary J. 960. 
Mary :\r. 319. 
Maiy S. 317. 
:\Lary T. 143. 
Mary W. 999. 
:^Iaud T. 317. 318. 
Miles L. 230. 317. 318. 
Mittie S. 231. 
:\Iyra 0. 1011. 
Nathan 936. 
Xelieiniah 104. 144. 
Nellie 997. 



Index 



125 



N'ellie B. 1049. 
Nettie S. 1091. 
Xowinan 104. 145. 
Uphelia D. lull. 
Paul 103. 104. 317. 
Fersis S. 949. 
Phebe W. 959. 
Polly P. 961. 
Kaehel 104. 145. 
Kachel K. 319. 
Kaehel E. 143. 230. 
Kacliel T. 103. 
Kalph B. lOOG. 
Kaymond W. 1006. 
Pebecea C. 233. 
Kichard 104. 144. 
Kiebai-d L. 144. 
Pose I). lOjLl. 
Sally 104. 
Sally A. 143. 
Sally H. S. 143. 
Samuel 104. 999. 
Sarah 950. 997. 99S. 
Sarah A. 959. 1006. 
Sarah B. 144. 321. 936. 
Sarah C. 145. 949. 
Sarah L. 991. 
Sarah P. 959. 
Sarah S. 145. 
Sarah T. 143. 230. 
Seba C. 95(i. 953. 
Sophia ^r. 144. 233. 
Stella Y. 1050. 
Susan "W. Iin;i5. 
Susaiuin 104. 144. 
Teresina 231. 233. 
Theodore B. 230. 



Tracy 104. 143. 231. 233. 
1097. 

Ursulas, lot 15. 

Walter 1005. 

Walter B. 1051. 

Watsou 1059. 

William 953. 999. 

William H. 145. 1050. 

William T. 233. 

Wilsou 11. 145. 

^^'inmfred 1050. 

Zebulon 104. 
Peebles, Cornelia Z. 616. 

Hersa 616. 
Pells, Edith IL S44. 

James H. S44. 

]\[ary T. S-14. 

William 844. 
Pember, Ella 3S9. 
Penfield, Alice B. 813. 

Daniel 813. 

D. Edward 813. 

Katie L. 813. 

Sophia Y. 813. 
Pemiimaii, Stejihen 447. 
Pereival, Elizabeth 100. 
Perkenpine, Catharine 121. 
Perkins, David 1078. 

Elizabeth 26. 1078. 1096. 

Eugene 487. 

Eaunie M. 812. 

Flora 1078. 

George II. 1078. 

Harry L. lo78. 

Julia C. 1078. 

Luvisa K. 460. 539. 

Lv.lia S. 26. 



1224 



Index 



,Mary C. 107S. 

Sarah C. 539. 

Silas 1078. 
. Thomas 539. 

William 26. 

William D. 107S. 
Perrin, Anna 454. 

Anna K. 454. 455. 

Jerusha 455. 

Solomon 454. 455. 
Perry, Allie D. S25. 

Effie 211. 

Emily P. 145. 

Joseph 10. 

:\rary E. 10G5. 

Nelson C. 145. 
Persing, Lo\'ina E. 702. 
Person, Lydia 17. 19. 1103 

Lydia M. 1103. 

Phebe 1103. 

Peter 17. 19. 1103. 

Martha P. 1103. 

Mary L. 1103. 

Samuel 1103. 
Persons. Electa C. 230. 
Peters, Jane 32S. 

Samuel Rev. G. 
Peterson, Abigail 405. 1102 
1103. 

Ellen 1092. 

Heniy 1102. 1103. 

Lydia 1103. 

Lydia ^[. 11(»3. 

^rarah 1102. 11 (i3. 

■Martha P. 11ii3. 

Mary L. Hii:!. 

Phebe 11113. 



Peter 1103. 
Samuel 1103. 
Pettee, J. T. 1024. - 
Pettibone, Abraham G. 14- 

Mai-tha C. 148. 
Pettit, f^lizabeth 5G7. 

Emma 302. 

Lavem 11. 308. 

Orlando W. 308. 

Rosalie S. 308. 

Vernon J. 308. 
Phelps, Abiah 422. 

Alexr. 407. 
i Alfred 900. 

Aima 408. 453. 

Anna E. 412. 

Asahel 407. 
i Charles 810. 
I Charlotte 410. 411. 
i Electa 410. 412. 
! Elijah 410. 412. 
i Elisha 410. 412. 

Emily 900. 915. 

Ennna C. 787. 

Esther 410. 411. 
I Francis ^l. GtVA. 
\ Hannah 41G. 

Israel 355. 

J. H. 119. 

J. J. 647. 

James 41ii. 412. 

Jane 44. 

John 411). 412. 

Jonah 410. 411. 

Josiah 41 II. 411. 

Leon 787. 

Luther 000. 



Index 



1225 



Lydiu IX 411. 
Mohitiil.le.'U.^. 4.r_'. 
:\[aitiui P. 411. 
Mnry T. 410. 
:\ryi-ottn 3o5. 
Xoali 410. 411. 
Pelog- 410. 411. 
Polly 410. 411. 
Polly M. 900. 
Polly K. 412. 
Klioda P. 412. 
Khoda W. 411. 
Rally D. 412. 
Sar'ah 41it. 411. 000. 
Saiali ^r. 410. 411. 
Solomon 41 G. 
Stanley C. 787. 
SiLsan S. 411. 
Teiiiperanfo B. 41(1: 
Thra. A. 407. 
Truman J. 787. 
W. L. 232. 
Wan-on E. 787. 
lillips, Aaron B. 887. 894. 
898. 
Aaron AY. 898. 909. 
Adalino 893. 907. 
Alice N. 909. 
Ahneda 888. 899. 910. 
Almira 887. 898. 
Bessie M. 899. 
Betsey M. 899. 
Caroline B. 898. 
Caroline L. 898. 
Charles D. 898. 
Daniel 893. 
Karl ^r. 908. 



Elizabeth 11. 908. 
Elsada C. 89',). 912. 
Emily A. 898. 909. , 
Emily R. 893. 
Ephraim 887. 894. 895. 

89(). 
Ettie 566. 
Fannie 893. 
Flora ]\Iae 908. 
Fi-aneetta, C. 909. 
Garrett T. V. Van V. 

Ephraim P. P. W. A. 
896. 
George X. 909. 
Gratia C. 893. 
GratiaM. 893. 91)7. 
Guy H. 908. 
Hart 887. 893. 894. 
Helen 899. 912. 
Helen E. 898. 
Helen M. 893. 
Lamii-a H. 909. 
Lilly :V[. 909. 
Lueinda P. 893. 
Eydia J. 899. 
:\Iaranda C. 899. 
:\Fartlia H. 908. 
Mary ^99. 912. 
^lerritt W. 894. 895. 90S. 
Moses W. 899. 
Myra 893. 
Nimcy E. 895. 
Noble 888. 894. 899. 
Sabra G. 898. 
Susan 893. 
Thankful L. .1. A. 895. 

908. 



Index 





Thankful ^l. SS7. i 


Platner & Smith 643. 




William 8S7. 


Piatt, Anna 241. 




Willis 887. 


Helen 233. . 




Willis II. 9()0. j 


Platts, Elmiia B. 9ul. 




Phinney, Jessie W. GIS. 


Irving E. 9oi. 




Lorenzo X. Dr. G18. 


Jerome 901. 




Pickering, Ann 940. , 


John V. 901. 




Pickett, Adaliza S. 10G9. | 


Maria 901. 




Bessie S. 1069. 1086. 


Poe, Libliie 305. 




Chester H. lOCO. 1086. 


Pollock, Benton PI. 391 




Frederic 1069. 


Kate H. 391. 




Louis A. 1069. lOSG. 


Pomeroy, Alanson B. ' 




1099. 


Anna C. 600. 760. 




Pierce, Alvali B. 1120. 


Carlton ]v[. 738. 




Benjamin IX oG. 74. 


Carroll ^I. 600. 




Betsey S. 22i>. 


Clara L. 759. 




Charles P. Rev. 613. 


Clara T. 600. 760. 




Frank L. 56. 75. 


Edgar S. 759. 




James D. 56. 74. 


Edward P. 598. 




Lydia 542. 


Eliza ^1. 640. 




Maria ^sl. :tG. 74. 


Emma C. 59S. 757. 


i ' 


Maiy R. 56. 74. 


Frank A. 737. 




McKendrie B. 220. 


Harold E. 759. 


1 


President 511. 


Jennie I). 598. 


j 


Pierson, Ahel L. 476. 


Jessie L. 737. 831. 


i 


Edward C. 1096. 


Leila S. 759. 


1 


Elizabeth P. 1096. 


Lemuel S. 598. 6oO. 


i 


Harriet X. lOlo. 


:\Iabel E. 737. 831. 


', 


:\[aurice 1096. 


:Marett A. 598. 


i 


William R. I(t96. 


:\rarett E. 598. 




Pinkhara, Maiy B. 59. 82. 


Martha 497. 


i 


Samuel A. 59. 82. 


.Mary J. 83,2. 


1 


Pinney, Abby S. 352. 461. 


^r,-irv L. 737. 




Roswell G. 352. 461. 


^farv T. 5'>. 755. 




Pfpor, Albert L. ^n2. 


Rupert 11. 7;;<. 




Alice S. Niii. 


Th<-rc-a A. :>'.><. 




Mildred 802. 


Theresa E. 600. 7.59 



Index 



1227 



1*0 



Tht'odore C. Oi'S- G'l'K 
Thouaore E. GOU. 
\ViII)iir I. 73S. S32. 
Wiiiiaui D. 598. GOO. 
William E. 59S. 
Willie (300. 
lul. Bhmelie Sr2. 
Ilarrift S. 532. 
Louise ^[. S17. 
.Matilda 41S. 
Pliilil) 532. 
Seymour E. S17. 
ole, Murray E. 861. 
rlier, Addie P. 1060. 
Eddie S. 1060. 
Hazel E. 1060. 
James L. 1060. 
lia.Mnond L. 1060. 
Kobert M. 1060. 
Kuth E. lOGO. 
AValter McK. 1060. 
rter, Abigail 45S. 
Ada M. 815. 
Adaline 457. 
Addisou 458. 
Alfred 416. 457. 
Alfred 0. 789. 842. 
Amelia T. 458. 
Anna 40S. 416. 417. 685. 
Anna P. 408. 
Annie C. 816. 
Annie J. 688. 700. 817. 
Annie P. 816. 
Anni.s-C. 6^7. 
Carl 1091. 

Catharine C. 534. 535. 
Cliarles 416. 



Charles F. 687. 816. 
Charles P. 458. 535. 
Chester W. 843. 
Claire G. 843. 
Clara A. 687. 
Colby A. lO'Jl. 
Daniel 408. 
David 408. 415. 455. 507 

860. 863. 
David P. 507. 686. 
Deborah G. 457. 
Deborah H. 40<). 
Dorris D. 843. 
Dudley 416. 
Edwin E. 688. 
Electa 417. 
Electa B. 688. 
Elihu 421. 
Ella 224. 535. 
Ellen G. 816. 
Elma A. 842. 
Emma F. 688. 
Eunice 408. 
Florilla F. 6S6. 
Flossie A. 816. 
Francis 790. 
Francis H. 508. 
Francisco 790. 
Frank A. 687. S16. 
Franklin P.. 7!I0. 842. 
Gaylord 507. 
George 457. 
George A. 6^7. 816. 
Gertrude II. lOiH. 
(;iadys v.. sk;. 
Grace 535. 
Handel 17. C^SG. 



122S 



Index 



Hanu;ili 417. 
Haimali P. 416. 
Harriet J. GS7. 
Hattie E. 817. 
Hazel L. S16. 
Helena V. 816. 
Heury G. odS. GS8. 
Herbert H. 687. 
Horace 5. 
Huldah 458. 
Huldali ^1. 420. 
Increase 420. 
Irene E. 47. 
Isabella I. GSG. 
James 534. 5o5. 
James E. 458. 534. 
Jasper Ward 6S8. 
Jemima 415. 863. 
Jeruslia S. 455. 5n7. 
Joel 408. 416. 
Joel T-. 790. 
John 408. 409. 415. 863. 
John S. 508. 687. 688. 

815. 
Josephine E. 6S8. 
Julia A. 457. 534. 687. 

815. 
Leila 417. 
Lillian :\I. 746. 
Lizzie C. 815. 
Lois 408. 
Lydia 408. 416. 
Lydia F. 415. 860. 863. I 
Lydia X. 789. 
^lalH'l V. 843. t 

Marluu.l. 5(18. (;87. i 

Martha A. 5ii^. 



:\[artha E. 687. 816. 
Mary 408. 41)9. 416. 
MaiyA. 534. . 
Maiy C. 687. 
Uary E. 687. 
Maiy C}. 4111. 815. 
Alary L. 50S. 
Mari' M. 790. 842. 
Mary 0. 686. 
Mary R. 686. 
May McB. 842. 
May S. 842. 
Mildred 816. 
Nancy T. 789. 
Ora C. 815. 
Orson 789. 
Phebe A. B. 535. 
Phelps 416. 
Polly 78i». 961. 
Ealph 417. 458. 
Rosamond 457. 
Rose D. 816. 
Royal 688. 
Russell 843. 
Ruth M. 408. 
Sanmel819. 
Samuel T. 790. 
Sarah 457. 534. 
Sarah A. C^^i. 814. 
Sarah C. 687. 
Sarah J. 687. 
Sarah :\I. 408. 
Sarah S. 508. 
Solomon 41f;. 
Sumner 6'^'^. 
Susanna \). 5o7. 
Theodore 843. 



Index 



1229 



Tlicodore B. 507. (5S7 

TlioiiKus 7S!>. 

Ttuniaii 817. 

VcMu P. SIG. 

Wallace F. 843. 

Wesley B. GSG. 815. 

Wesley C. 815. 

Wilfred G. 842. 

Williain H. 6S7. 816. 

William T. 508. 687. 

^Villialn W. 224. 
Post cV' "Warreu 265. 
Tost, Aima C. 493. 

Dorothy 343. 

Haniiali 867. 

Han-iet 493. 650. 

lehabod 493. 

James 100. 

,lolm H. 454. 506. 

Lydia 451. 

ilolly 345. 348. 

Polly C. 359. 

Pebecca A. 100. 

Sally S. 506. 

Sarah 506. 681. 6'^5. 

Sarah S. 454. 506. 
Potter, Abby J. 1045. 

Adolphus G. 1045. 

Allen F. 1046. 

Alma I. 1046. 

Amy :\r. 1046. 

Aima T. 48(1. 

Amiie L. 816. 

Bianj(;ia 1046. 

Ellis M. 10S9. 

George 48(). 617. 

Georire B. 617. 



S16. 



George G. 486. 

Gladys U. 1089. 

Jesse W. 1089. 

Alary A. 4S(k 

Uiny L. 617. 

Mary ^l. 1046. 1089. 

]\[atilda B. 617. 

Merle 1046. 

:\Iiiierva G. 1045. 

Minnie P. 1089. 

Otis 0. 1046. 1089. 

Pobert 486. 

Robert H. 617. 

Poyal 1046. 

Sal'ly 486. 

Sarah J. 486. 

Willard J. 486. 

William 617. 

Worden 1046. 
Potts, Jeremiah Capt. 1026. 
Powell, Rev. 956. 
Powers, Albert F. 786. 

Gladys M. 920. 

John B. 920. 

John H. 920. 

Julia C. 786. 

Martha S. 920. 

Mary E. 60. 71. 1083. 

:\rary L. 920. 
Prami, :\Iar.jorie AV. 1080. 

]\Iinuie ]\I. 1080. 

Stewart M. 1080. 

Winthrop J. 1080. 
Pratt, Abigail 900. 901. 

Addison S. 76". 761. 

Alhert 916. 

Alfred !U6. 9^3. 



1230 



Index 



Ahiiira 94G. 
Almira S. 207. 
Amauda 940. 
Ann B. 946. 
Ann P. 94G. 
Anna 421. 
Anna L. 2;]4. 
Arthur D. 207. 
Benjamin 207. 
Betsey 94G. 9S3. 
Clara" 207. 
Clara F. C61. 
Cleveland F. G61. 
1). J. 27S. 
David B. 942. 94G. 
Fdnmnd 7G1. 
Edmund H. 761. 
Edwin D. 20S. 
Eli 946. 

Elizabeth 942. 9(')9. 
Elizabeth "\V. 207, 
Elraa ^1. 20S. 302 
Ezra B. 760. 761. 
Gcor-e 946. 
Gilbert 94G. 
Harold 234. 
Helen E. 7(10. 761. 
Henry S. 234. 
James E. 234. 
Josiah 946. 
Julia 946. 
Julia H. 661. 
Katharine M. 761. 
JLafayette 946. 
^laria 94(]. 
-Marv E. 761. 



Alary P. 234. 
Mary S. 760. 
Alay S. 20S. . 
Nancy 946. 
Nancy M. 945. 
Noah 945. 946. 
],''hebe 946. 
Sally 946. 
Sarah 1026. 
Euth 408. S19. 
Sarah B. 942. 946. 
Sarali C. 761. 
Sumner G. 20S. 
Wilfred T. 661. 
AVilliam 946. 9S3. 
William T. 661. 
Prentice, Amos A. 386. 
Andrew 358. 371. 
Arthur F. 386. 
Calvin A. 371. 385. 
Caroline Y. 371. 386. 
Clarence C. 386. 
Clarissa H. 371. 
Clarissa M. 3s6. 3!)6. 
Claudius C. 386. 396. 
Cordelia ]\I. 386. 
Estella P. 386. 
Frank A. 38(;. 
Frederic 371. u'^6. 
Gennuie N. 386. 
Helen M. 33(i. 
Julius T. 386. 
Leon A. 386. 
:Mabel AlcG. 396. 
Mary C. :}^i}. 
Mr. 236. 



Index 



Nellie F. 3SG. 


Percy J. 1052. 


Pearl B. 3S6. 396. 


Purmont, Nathaniel 540. , 


IJosella S. 3S5. 


Sarah W. 540. 


Sarah H. 371. 3^5. 


Purple, Lucinda A. 191. 


Su.-au X. 3S6. 


Lydia S. 191. 


I'l-e.-cott, Dr. 955. 


Sanuiel 191. 


l're>ton, Bessie ^L S29. 


Putnam, Antoinette B. 285 


Charles AV. G84. 


Israel 881. 


Esther K. 71S. 


Priscilla 541. 


George M. 718. 


AVilliani E. G13. 


Leslie E. 718. 8li9. 1099. 




.Alar i a S. 684. 


Quayle, Allie E. 826. 


[Minnie S. GS4. 


W. A. Prof. 826. 


Ralph E. 718. 


Quick, Frances A. 1013. 


Rosa S. 829. 


Sarah 1013. 


Submit C. lOOG. 


Quiggle, Elmer C. 560. 


Williiim lOOG. 


Quhnby. Mary M. 61. 70. 


I'riee, Caroline GGO. 


Newton 61. 70. 


Stella 397. 877. 




I'ritchard, Cuyler 995. 99G. 


Eadcliffe, ^[arcusB. 1070. 


Susie 1063. 


Melvin A. 1071. 


I'routy, Arthur T. 327. 


^fyrtie S. 1070. 


Floren.-e B. 327. 


A'iola M. 1071. 


B. 1097. 


L'amsey, ^laria A. 709. 


I'uffer, Diadauia .M. 887. 


P.andail. Calvin 459. 


l^dwarJ C. 910. 


David 459. 


Kiiuna M. 910. 


Harry D. 459. 


Frank ^I. 910. 


Iddo 459. 


Hannah 887. 


Ivory 459. 


Henry L. 910. 


Lydia 473. 


Lydia G. 910. 


Sarah 459. 


Reuben 8S7. 


Sarah K. 459. 


Sanniel L. 910. 


Randel, Alnieda P. 910. 


Pulver, Cornelia P. in.')2. 


Clarence L. 911. 


dohii 1(152. 


Helen E. 911. 


Jnhu ^L 1052. 


Noble P. 911. 


Julia A. T. 1052. 


Nora P. 911. 921. 



[78J 



1232 Index 

Ogdeu ^[. ;)ln. • Katlib6ine, CatliariiK- V. S. 

Ogdeium.'Jll. ' 334. S34. - 
Eandolpli, Kvaleua Van C. ; Joseph 334. S34. 

79S. ' Joseph C. 334. S34. 

William H. 7!)S. : Iiathburn, Minnie P. li)^l». 

Rankin, Emma 10.35. Kathburne, David SS2. 

Eanney, Agnes J. 1092. Diadema 882. 

Alonzo F. 998. j. Thankful SS2. 

Amy C. 322. 340. . Rawson, Annie 'SI. 148. 

Arthur H. 1051. 1092. Kay, Sarah :\r. 93(1. 

Clifford II. S. 1051. , RajTuond, Asahel 579. 

Damaris P. 998. Jennie 579. 

Edward E. 999. Marietta P. 579. 

Ellen I. 999. 1051. Sarah E. 959. 

Eva M. ]051. Raynolds, F. A. G47. 

Frank W. 1051. Razor, Josejjh 938. 

Harriet :^r. 1051. Lois M. 938. 

Harriet S. lo51. Read, Alzina I. 122. 355. 

Henry S. 999. 1051. Emily E. ^I. 254. 

Horace P. 999. 1051. H. AV. Rev. 122. 123. VAK 

Josephine 1051. : 355. 

Marion B. 1092. i Lizzie S. 122. 

:\Larion ^I. 1092. ' Sue I. 1013. 

^lary H. lo5L W. S. Rev. 254. 

May E. 1051. Keals, Elizal)eth 1000. 

Nettie 340. • Redheld, Orrin 951. 

Nettie D. 1051. I(i92. Rt'dway. Arvilla 537. 703. 

Xina ^[. 1092. Reed, Al)igaU C. 31. 

Pauline 340. Elizabeth ^L 27. lUd. 

Philip 340. , 1102. 

Phylana B. 1051. 1092. Elizabeth S. 27. 

Ralph H. 1051. j Henry 453. 

^ Walter 322. 3-10. I Jonathan 25. 27. 31. 

R;ni.-(an. .^inw 1 ). ;;4. 1101. 1102. 

Lydia ■2u. ^ Laura S. 453. 

Rapson! .leniiie 827. :\lai-ia 1!»>«. 3(;(;. 

Ratlil)unc. S;ii-ali 40. R^.^se, David M. 555. 



IM.KX 



1233 



f l.'./fves, I. T. lAjo. 


Walter Mrs. 757. 


.1. T. 1005. 


William 253. 


LiHicI). 1i).j5. 


Ixicli, Caroline S. 524 


Ki'id, Eva C. l(i8S. 


Emily ^l. 1022. 


Jvatliariue 'JOG. 


Mary F. 788. 


Lloyd W. loss. 


Susanna P. 144. 


Vera G. lOSS. 


Sylvester 144. 


Walter lOSS. 


William 524. 


Iieiter, Josoiiliine K. 87S. 


1 Richards, Abel 44S. 


Virgil S. 87S. 


Alice F. 838. 


lu-iniiigto!i. Hiram 113. 


Alice L. 838. 


Sopkia S. 113. 


Bertha S3S. 


IJe-lci-, Klva S. S3;]. 


Helen L. 838. 


h-eyuolcLs Dorothea B. 32S. 


Isadore 1020. 


1007. 


Joseph A. 838. 


Elizabeth 921. 


Joseph H. 838. 


Elsie B. 329. 


Miriam 838. 


Gertrude P. 329. 


Sarah 450. 


flarry ^V. 329. 


Piichardson, Agnes G. 


Wilson C. 328. 


Archie B. lOSo. 


IJiee, Bennett 501. 


Friend L. 1085. 


Betsey M. 501. 


Margaret S. 1085. 


Deacon 955 


:\lary .]. 1085. 


Delia M. 253. 


Xathan J. 1085. 


Elizabeth 911. 


Piebecca 52. 74. 


Elizabeth C. 251 


Rev. 557. 


Helen 253. 


Richmond, Cora 717. 


Hiram C. 251. 


Emily R. 565. 


^label D. 252. 328. 


Ida E. 717. 


^[ary E. 252. ^ 


Jennie 717. 


^[urrav 11. 252. 


Lillie 717. 


P. A. (U7. 


^FyronF. 717. 


Percy W. 144. 


^Fyron T. 5(J5. 


IJachPl D. 251. i 


XaiK-y 895. 


P.ibert \V. 2."2. 


Sally lu7. 


Koswcll 251. 


Sarah R. 717. 


'Sarah 15. P. 144. 


William B. 723. 



1085. 



1234 



Index 



Kick-art, Eliza McK. 97-2. 
Rider, Polly 412. 
Eiley, Charles D. 873. 
Kipley, Planuali B. 9G. 

Harriet B. 50. 82. 

Joshua 9(3. 

Kachel 96. 

Eichard F. 59. 82. 
Eippert, Auna E. 107. 
Eoach, Benson ^V. 9S5. 

Esther F. 947. 

Gertrude E. 985. 

James 947. 

John P. 985. 

Martha J. 947. 985. 

Milton C. 985. 

Nancy P. 985. 

Nicholas 0. 985. 

William 947. 985. 

AVillimn E. 985. 
Eobb, Caroline S. 845. 
Eobbins, Albert T. 719. 

Alice M. 832. 

Allie P. 825. 

Amasa F. '<CA. 

Annie E. 715. 

Azariah S. 5G4. 715. 

Bayard L. 72li. 

Benjamin AGs. 5G4. 567. 

Bertha S. 72i>. 

Berton B. 5G7. 72(). 

Bessie ^.l. s-_'5 (Eliza- 
beth M.) 

JJetscy H. 712. 

"Betsey T. 5ii4. 

Burt L. 716. 8l'7. 

Caudace L. 564. 



Clifton J. 832. 
David M. 564. 712. 
David T. 468.-564. 
Ebor 4(i8. 
Edith A. 825. 855. 
Edith L. 720. 
Edith S. 712. 
Edwin L. 719. 
Elisha 468. 566. 
Elizabeth 564. 
Elizabeth H. 564. 
Elizabetli ^l. 825. 
Elizabeth P. 567. 
Ella H. 832. 
Ella II. Mrs. 317. 
Ella L. 717. 
Ella N. 712. 825. 
Emily 564. 565. 
Emma 717. 
Enoch L. 564. 
Esther F. 566. 
Etta A. 389. 
Ettio P. 566. 
Eugene 567. 
Eunice 564. 
Eunice K. 715. 
Flavilla B. 565. 
Florence L. 566, 
Francis J. 829. 
Francis M. 566.. 
Frank II. 717. 
Frank L. 828. 
Frank E. 718. 
Frank AV. 567. i 
Fred C. '^2S. 
Fred 11. 825. 
Fred W. 719. 



IS. 



18. 



Inup:.\. 



George A. 717. S2S. 
George F. 5G6. 
George K. 718. 
(irace 719. 
Graces. 718. 
Harold B. 7-20. 
Harriet H. 718. 
Henry S. 564. 712. 
Herbert F. 719. 
Jacob 4GS. 
James J. 5G5. 717. 
Jane B. 5GG. 
Jennie E. 827. 
Jessie M. 720. 
Joanna Y. 719. 
Jolm M. 832. 
Josepli W. 71.']. 825. 
Julia A. 717. 
Kate C. 828. 
Laura A. H. 5(3G. 
Laura H. 717. 
Leavitt 5G7. 
Leavitt W. 719. 
Leicester 5G7. 
Leicester E. 719. 
Lenora B. 719. 
Leslie E. 829 (should be 

Preston). 
Leslie F. 720. 
Lillio I. 712. 
Linus 4G8. 5G5. 
Linus A. 5G4. 
Livonia F. 5G5. 
Lois 5G4. 
Lois M. 4(-^. 
Lucius L. 5G4. 716. 
Luna 468. 



Luna C. 5(i4. 716. 
Lydia DeL. 564. 
Lydia M. 5()5. 716. . 
Lydia S. 563. 
Lyman 46'-;. 566. 
Margaret S. 190. 
Margaretta J. 713. 826. 
Maria B. 716. 
:\rartha AV. 56G. 
^lary B. 564. 
Matilda T. 825. 
Mina B. 566. 
Miner D. 716. 
Minnie R. 719. 829. 
Monroe 5G5. 56G. 718. 
Myrian F. 716. 
Myrtle E. 720. 
Myrtle M. 829. 
Naomi V>. 719. 
Nora X. 720. 
Oscar L. 719. 
Parintha A. 564. 567. 
, 719. 

Percy 468. 
Peniicia IL 563. 
Philander 468. 564. 
Polina 468. 565. 
Ralph n. 720. 
Phoda 8.32. 
Eobei-t S. 719. 
Robert W. 828. 
Rosella 712. 825. 
S. Paulina 5()6. 
Sally P. 564. 713. 714. 
SaiMucl 41;^. r)(;3. 
Sarah H. 56G. 
Sarah J. 5G5. 717. 



1230 



Index 



Sarah L. oCT. 

Sarah P. 5G7. 72n. 

Sophronia StU. 

AYilfred A. oCf). 

Wilfred C. 719. 829. 

AVilliam A. 715. 

William M. 717. 

Wilmer J. 713. S2o. 
Eoberts, Ellen P.. 297. 

George 23.'). ,563. 

George II. 297. 

George Mrs. 556. 

Ida H. 563. 

Ida M. 562. 

Ida M. Mrs. 561. 

Isabel B. 297. 

Joseph A. 297. 

Lydia 144. 

Phebe L. 963. 

AVilliam P.. 297. 
Eobortson, J. L. 966. 
Robins, Ephi'aim 573. 

^lary E. 686. 

Rebecca 573. 

W. B. 574. 
Robinson, Adaliue P. 9()'t 

Anna H. 919. 

Bessie 919. 

Charles H. 361. 

Dexter 955. 

Elmira M. 965. 

Fanny 542. 

Frank 11. 908. 919. 
^ George P. 9o7. 918. 
* Gratia P. 907. 

Helen 919. 

Helen 11. 919. 



Helen L. 9i)8. 

Jane 919. 

John I). 951. 

Julia T. 3(;i. 

Kenneth 919. 

Leora G. 919. 

Lois 941. 

Mary 952. 

Meh-in H. 907. 

]\[erritt P. 907. 

Nellie 919. 

Ray 919. 

Samuel H. f)07. 

S. IL Airs. 8!)5. 

Saunders 907. 

William L. 908. 

William Al. 907. 
Rockefeller. John D. 285. 
Rockwood, Alan C. 877. 

Elbert W. 876. 

Laura C. 876. 

Paul R. 877. 
Roe, Eliza S. 805. 

Fayette W. 805. 

Florence E. 319. 

Frances A[. 805. 

Francis A. 8o5. 

Hannah B. 153. 

x\. H. Airs. 153. 
Rogers, Alberta A. 74^. 
835. 

Alice G. 835. 

Benjamin E. 748. 

B. F. Rev. 74-^. 

Betx'y 5(n. 

Gharles H. 74^. 

Eldrhl-e C. 835. 



Index 



1231 



FA\ 748. • . I 

Mliza P. 748. 
Elizabeth 92. , I 

Kinma 937. | 

Emma E. 748. [ 

Emily 893. | 

^:vt■l•ett 0. 748. | 

Ei-ances H. 248. 
fiela A. 835. I 

George T. 748. ' 

James A. 748. i 

John 92. 805. 
Jolm W. 748. I 

Leonidas 748. j 

Loonidas D. 835. 
Lillie M. 805. 
Lucy S. 748. I 

Maiy 92. ! 

Nelson S. 977. ' 

Kacliel M 977. 
IJoss 805. '': 

Sarah 33. 88. 89. 90. 91. \ 
Sarah S. 92. i 

Seldon E. 748. | 

Thomas 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 
Virg-il E. 748. | 

Wilijur L. 748. | 

KoUo, Mercy 3r,0. ' 

lioosevelt. President 772. 
773. 774. 
Theodore 7C.7. ; 

Poot, Amanda E. 4()8. ; 

Amanda L.Gil. I 

Anna 354. 
Anim :M. 284. 775. 
AniTa S. 181. (',11. 
Azariah S. 1S2. 284. r,12. 



614. 775. 
Charles 233. 
Charles T. 233. 
Chauucey L. 505. 
Cynthia E. 505. 
Cynthia S. 505. 
Daniel 132. 1.34. 
Deborah S. 503. 
Edward 4G7. 
Electa W. 132. 134. 
Elisha 503. 
Elvira 176. 484. C07. 
Emeliuc H. 505. 681. 
Fanny 134. 
Florence L. 615. 
Florilla S. 505. 682. 
Francis ]\[. 286. 775. 
Francis S. 612. 615. 
Frederick 233. 
George A. 233. 
Gustavus 504. 667. 
Hannah 4(w. 
Harvey 142. 
Helen H. 505. 
James E. 182. 612. 
Jane 505. 
Jane S. 5o5. 681. 
Jehiel W. 667. 
John P. 5(i5. 6^3. 
Joseph 354. 
Kate W. 667. 
Laura M. 175. 176. 181. 

484. 603. 608. 
Laura S. 504. 667. 
Louisa D. 372. 504. 5o5. 

6^1. 
Lncina 114. 132. 



123S 



Index 



Luther 051. 

Maria D. 175. 484. 604. 

Marion ]\[. 286. 775. 

Martha L. 612. 

Marj- E. 233. 321. 

jMary L. 504. 

Marj- S. 113. 408. 484. 

Sally 132. 

Sally W. 667. 

Sarah S. 142. 

Sherman E. 503. 666. 

Solomon 175. 176. 181. 
468. 484. 608. 

SolonionF. 177. 181.277. 
278. 484. 604. 6(.i5. 608. 
611. 612. 613. 

Solomon F. Mrs. 612. 
613. 
. Sophia P. 233. 

Thankful S. 467. 

Timothy 468. 

Ti-iphena ^I. 354. 

^^'averly L. 615. 
Eoots, G. Y. 672. 
Ilovke, Emma B. 109U. 

Harold M. 1090. 

Roland G. 1000. 
Rosa, Jessie 847. 
Roscoe, Mary 963. 
Rose, Sarah 969. 
Rosebrough, Olive 339. 
Ross, Becker 749. 

Cora S76. 

Flora D. 918. 

George 749. 

George P. 9<)6. 

Geor-e T. 0. 918. 



Hattie 749. 

Hugh 906. 

Katharine R. 906. 

Mary V. 918. - 

Oving-ton 9ii6. 918. 

Pi-udenee 0. 918. 

Virginia M. 9<l6. 
Roth, Clifton L. 650. 

Harriet P. 650. 

Hattie A. P. 650. 
Rowe, Esther M. 410. 

James 410. 

John 410. 

Maiy 410. 

Peter 83. 

Phebe 974. 

Phebe ^L 83. 
Rowland, Albert B. 561. 
Rowley, Abner 938. 

xVnna W. 93«. 

Elizaljeth 411. 
Rowling. Ann S. 114. 
■ John H. 114. 
Rozelle, Yertie ^[. 1071. 
Ruggles, Calvin 387. 

15arlos 386. 387. 

Laura H. 386. 1097. 
Rugge or Ruggs. Alice E. 

776. 
Ruiter, Bertha 73. 

Charles 61. 7iX 73. 

Etholinda 73. 

IdaM. 61. 70. 73. 
Rumbaugh. Fannie A. 714. 
826. 

F. L. 826. 

F. M. Mrs. 714. 



Index 



1239 





.[,-sie L. 82G. 


Mabel 841. 


Xr'.Iie p. S2ij. 


Maggie E. 841. 




•iMi, Lindy lO'tO. 


Martha X. 841. 




u-htoii, Clark & Co. 1015. 


William H. 841. 




u-l.iu 721. 


William T. 841. 




Ms-.eguie, Ehoda 412. 






usseil. Burchard F. 737. 


St. Clair, Pearl 1090. 


Charlotte F. 737. 


St. Jolm, Allen B. 510. 


I~)oetor 236. 


Eliza S. 510. 


I':iizal)etli ^\\ CIS. 


Mi'ss 643. 


Kmily T. 145. 


Sage, Ursula 1005. 


GiU's Col. Sn2. 


Salisliun-, Charlotte A. 


llni-riet S73. 


57. 77. 


Ilnttie 73S. 


John 955. 


Israel 145. 


Rachel 999. 


James L. S73. 


Stephen 955. 


John 23G. 737. 


Salsbury, Catharine S. 885 


Jolm B. S73. 


W. J. 885. 


Juliette AV. 145. 


Sampson, Abigail 459. 


Liu;y G. S73. 


Jacob 887. 


Mary 145. 


Thankful P. 887. 


Kaehel P. 145. 


Sandhorn, Albert R. 307. 


Sarah A. 145. 


Alice B. 307. 


William C. 873. 


Alice L. 306. 338. 


Rust, C. Max 921. 


Alta A. 305. 


Carl M. 921. 


Anna M. 212. 


Edith F. 921, 


Arlie B. 307. 


Julia 585. 


Bessie A. 3<i6. 


Marguerite C. 921. 


Betsey I. 211. 


Nora R. 921. 


Blanche A. 3i>7. 


Iiutherford, Jennie E. 1087. 


Chester E. 306. 338. 


IJyan. Edna M. 841. 


Clara T. 338. 


Emily II. 841. 


Claude I. 307. 


P'.mma X. 841. 


Clirt'ord L. 306. 


Harr^-E. 841. 


Clifton A. 305. 


J. U. 841. 


Columbus 211. 306. 




John 841. 


Cora S. 307. 



1240 



Index 



PMna A. 305. 

Eldward 211. 212. 

EfSe 0. 211. 

Eliza B. 307. 

Eliza C. 305. 

Elzora S. 306. 337. 

Euoch 212. 

p]rnest B. 307. 

Eniest E. 305. 

Eva R. 307. 

Faiiny I. 212. 

Fauny L. 3()9. 33S. 

Freddie" E. 307. 

George 307. 

Harriet D. 3li9. 

Harriet E. 305. 

Hurry 338. 

Helen A. 306. 

Helen M. 306. 
Il■^•iu 211. 
Iva B. 307. 
Jessie 33S. 

Josephine A. 212. 307. 
Julia L. 211. 
Justus 211. 305. 
Justus S. 211. 212. 
Lawrence 211. ;!(i5. 
Lawrence AV. 3o7. 
LiMne 305. 
Libhie P. 305. 
Lyman X. 309. 
:\Iary D. 309. 
^lary M. 307. 
:\ray B. 307. 
^Meliitable A. 212. 30,^. 
Mi.rrisnu 211. 3n7. 
Xonuau T. 212. 3i)9. 



I Kosalie M. 212. 3(».^ 
'■ Saridi G. 306. 
I Temperance I. 211. 
i Temperance :\I.-211. 
i Saudei-s, Altania X. 709 
i Andrew J. 709. 
I Earl J. 7(1: 1. 
I Emily 'M. 709. 
■ Josei»li 7119. 
.Mary E. 709. 
Sanderson, Lizzie S. 1: 
; Sanger, Abigail AV. 4('>3. 
[ Sargent, Eugene 214. 
, Hattie A. 214. 
I Sartelle, Charles E. 7si 
j Edward J. 7^7. 
I Elizabeth M. 26. (K 
1 1102. error, m. Jai 

j Tuthill, not Sarte 

j Bol^ert M. 7S7. 
I Sarah H. 787. 
: Saterlee, Alfred M. 290. 
Clarence 0. 290. 
PLannah S. 290. 
Wallace B. 290. 
William G. 290. 
Saunders, Hannah 938. 

May 208. 
Savage, Carrie A. 390. 
Sawyer, Abel 344. 
Bathsheba .Af. 343. 
Benjamin 345. 
Calvin 345. 
Caroline 345. 
Colonel 647. ^ 
Conaut 345. 
Dcli-hl 343. 



Index 



I )„!■.. tliy P. .^4^. 
H. II. I'M. 

K<l\v;ir<i ;u;!. ;J4-L ::45. 

Kliznlietb ;)4:-!. :U4. 347. 
Xrl. 4(n. 905. 

Eliznbetli ^L 34:]. 

Hannah :;4.3. ;U.\ 

}Iei)lizil.ali 844. 

Ilei-sibali 344. 

I.'liahod 344. 

Isaar- 343. 344. 345. 

.Tolm 343. 344. 

Jonathan 343. 344. 

.loscph 343. 341. 345. 

Lydia 343. 

Lydiah 345. 

:\Iai-y 343. 344. 34(5. 45G. 

Pliobe 343. 

Prudence 345. 

Rachel 343. 

Savali D. 345. 

Susanna G. 344. 

Susaimali 344. 

Tlionias .343. 344. 
Sayle-s -Mary A. 5s9. 
Sehauuilicrg, r^Iinuie S50. 
Schaupp, Cora A. 3i>7. 
Schenck, Janio> L. 759. 

Leila ^[. 759. 

Maria S. 759. 

Mary E. 190. 
Sehoeuan, }vlay A. 30S. 

William IL 3(iS. 
Sehreiber, p:iizabeth D. 

85rr. 

Otto A. S51. 
Pierre] lont S51. 



I Schuyler, Eug-ene 221. 
I Scidmnrc, Edith 90S. 

Efihin 91 IS. 
I 11. X. 9()S. 
\ Josephine 908. 
I Nora 90S. 919. 
I Stella 90S. 

Thankful P. 908. 
Scofield, Isabelle 1034. 
Scoles, Helen S. oOG. 

James W. Pev. 30G. 
Scott, Allen C. 31 G. 

Clarence B. 31G. 
' Effie C. 31G. 

Frederick A. 31G. 

Grace E. 31G. 

Herbert A. 31G. 
i Persis 949. 
I AValter E. 316. 
j AV. H. Eev. 713. 
I Scoville, Martha 144. 

:\rary E. 548. 
' Scrilnier & Co., Charles 

681. 
'. Seager. Susan 411. 
Searle. Luella C. G3S. 

AVilliam J. 63S. 
i Searles, Mandana 59. 82. 
j Sears, Sanford 995. 996. 

Sedgwick, General 80. 
I Posa H. 829. 
, Seelye, Alice C. 875. 

Julius F. 87G. 
, Katharine 876. 
I Laurens 875. 
I William J. 875. 
I Seiger, Ida M. 660. 



1242 



Selden, Ebeiiczer 412. 41 ;J. 
4S4. 

Elij;ih 104. 

Haimah T. ir)4. 

Mavy 413. 4(i8. 484. 

^lary E. ^I. 412. 

Mary 0. 4S4. 

Samuel 25. 

Selleck, Julia S. 829. 
' Lillian E. 829. 

Wesley T. 829. 
Sessinghaus, Miiuia C. 030. 
SettlerXottic ^I. 1091. 
Severus, Joel 9.')!. 

Lydia 5G3. 

Mary H. 317. 
8hafer, Lettie C. 755. 
Shailer, Julia IT. 374. 

William M. 374. 

William W. 374. 
Shailor, Hattie M. 292. 

Simon X. 292. 
Sliaml)rook, Lottie E. 711. 
Sliaimon. Edith ^I. 913. 

Elsada P. 912. 

]\Iinuie 787. 

r.obeit AV. 912. 
Sharp, Thomas K. 302. 30.'7 
Shattuek, Ada L. 9ii2. 

Clara IL 914. 

Clarinda ^L 902. 

Claude T. 91G. 

Coraelius D. 902 

Elroy J. 902. 91 G. 

a-ed W. 902. 

Lucy T. 91 G. 

Thaukl'ul 4G7. 



, Shaw, Rev. 128. 

I Sliedel, Luciuda 543. 

I Pkebe 543. 

I Solomon 543. 

j Sheldon, Chryssa 1077. 

\ Ilartwell GG8. 

Laura A. G68. 
I Laura S. GGS. 
j Shelley, Ida A. 107G. 
I Vesta 915. 
I Shepard, Arlina L. 229. 
i Emily S. 352. 4G1. 
1 General 434. 443. 444. 

Iva ^l. 108G. 
: L. W. Mrs. 229. 

Lazarus C. 352. 4G1. 
i Sherman, General 5^9. 
! Gei-ti-ude II. 739. 
\ Gladys M. 739. 
j Jane AI. 739. 
; John D. 955. 
: Louis 739. 

Ljmian M. 739. 

^fary M. 739. 

Nettie L. 330. 

Rohei-t E. 739. 
1 Rutli M. 739. 

Shively. Ilonry L. 325. 
; ^lary W. 325. 
I Shoemaker, Edward 845. 
I Franklin E. 845. 
I George 845. 

Harrk' 845. 

Jounie 845. 

Laura B. 845. 

Lottie S45. 

Xina 845. 



Ini)F.x 



1243 



Kohert S45. 

William E. 845. 
.<]!,. ft, Klizabetli lOS. 
Shoi). Alice S44. 

Aloiizo S44. 

Ira D. 844. 

John PL 844. 

John W. 844. 

Lf.ttie E. 844. 

^hirtha B. 8i4. 

-Mary E. 844. 

Percy 844. 

IJobert C. 844. 
Shore, Charles ^V. 1021. 

Flora E. 1021. 
Short, Harriet X. 1051. 
Sliouts, Anna G24. 
Shi-ove, Annie P. 1050. 

James AV. 1050. 
Shuffleton, Albert B. 919. 

Anna X. 923. 

Caroline A. 920. 

Elizabeth P. 90S. 

Helen P. 920. 

Jane P. 919. 

Josejih H. 920. 

Mae E. 920. 

r^Iartha A. 909. 920. 

Mary A. 9o9. 920. 

Mary B. 919. 

Mihired E. 923. 

^linnie ^f. 920. 

Paul !in,^. 

Paul S. 920. 

P()l)ert A. 919. 

WilforJ 1'. 919. 923. 

^Vil]iam II. <)09. 919. 



Shults, Eraest K. 39G. 

X'ellie H. 387. 396. 

Walter E. 387. 39G. ' 
Shumway, Anua I*. 760. 

Leonard P. 760. 

Moses A. 760. 
Sibley, Jeremiah 93. 

Sarah C. 93. 
Sikes, Jane B. 562. 
Sill, Carrie 802. 

Carrie K. 1013. 

Jemima 26. 
Sillinian, Anna 109. 
Simmons, Enuna ]\I. 1035. 

Florence 921. 

Joseph W. 1035. 

Judah 1035. 

Mary 904. 

Monica P. 1035. 

T. 11. 751. 
Simonds, Julia G. SIS. 
Simons, ]\Iary L. 845. 
Simonson, Alfred H. 709. ^ 

Anna :SL 709. 

Charles L. 838. 

]\[ulford D. 838. 

:\rulford G. 838. 

Xellie L. 8.38. 
Simpkins, Annie A. 262. 
747. 

Bertrand D. 262. 747. 

Bessie 262. 747. 

Charles S. 262. 747. 

Charles W. 2(;2. 717. 

Clara S. 262. 747. 

Ed-ar W. 262. 747. 

Frank McC. 262. 74^. 



1244 



Inkex 



Leon T. 262. 748. 
Zilpha 2(i2. 747. 
Simpsou, Addisuii A. KHS. 
xVlbei-t A. 1018. 
Ai-tbur L. lOlD. 1070. 
Bisliop 409. 
Edith S. 811. 
Elsie ^I. 1070. 
Ida B. 1070. 
Jeriy 270. 
Louora A. 1018. 
Leroy B. 1070. 
Mary B. 1018. 
M}Ttie M. 1011). 1070. 
Richard II. 1070. 
Samuel Bov. 811. 
Viola B. 1018. 
William S. 811. 
Siuclair, J. E. Prof. 183. 

Louise 183. 
Sisson, H. D. 8G1. 
Skaats, Sarah B. 1084. 
Skinner, Aaron S',). 

Alfred .1. 1(117. 1(J40. 
1070. luso. 

Alice B. 240. 322. 

Asahel 14(i. 

Bertha B. 1017. 1040. 

Carleton 240. 

Charles DeL. 1017. 1040. 

David 8(55. 

Dorothy S. 240. 

Jarvis l<il7. 
* Jerusha T. 14(i. 

.I.ihn 421. 

Lavinia M. Iitl7. 1040. 

Llsheth J. 11170. I(i8t;. 



Louis 


1 540. 864. 




Luthe 


r 4011. 




Marv 


A. 14(;. 23 


9. 


^larv 


L. SO.-j. 




Alikir 


t'd L. 1070 


K 


MittlL 


P. 231. 




Ralpl 


H. 147. 23 


J. 


Sally 


L. 14G. 




Saral 


1(117. 




Saral 


M. 5(18. 




Stepli 


en I). 1017. 


K 


Temperance K. 


40 



Slade, John Jr. 936. 

Mary M. 93{]. 
Sloane, ]\lajor 551. 

Susan ^L 301. 
Sloat, Hannah C. 630. 

John 630. 
j Slyfield, Charles 706. 
I ]y[artha X. 706. 

Rosanna 706. 
j Smith c^- Hopkins 113. 
I Smith 6c Walker 118. 
j Smith & "Wesson 543. 
: Smith .V Wright 180. 
278. 
Smith, Ahl.y A. 118. 
j Abi S. 218. 502. 
j Al)i-ail 405. 
! Altner 118. (i54. 
I Abner C. lOl. 12ii. 
j 105. 

! Abner K. lOO. 20(». 
: Addie F. 312. 822. 

^ Adelaide F. 106. 

i Adelia KiC. 
! Albert 143. 180. 227, 



121. 



1245 



229. 312. 



807. 



595. 



All.ei-t A. 192. 292. 
.\l!)L-rt F. 292. 
AllRTt L. 2.^o. 3Uk 
Albert M. ISU. 227. 2S3. 

316. 
Aldeu 14. lis. 191. 
Alden X. 292. 
Alfred SCO. 
Alice A. 217 

710. S22. 
Alice L. 315. 
Alice M. 3S3. 
Alice X. 302. 
Alice R. 654. 802. 
Alice S. 312. 338. 
Allen M. 173. 260 

747. 
Alleta V. T). 191. 
Alma C. 9S2. 
Alniira 132. 207. 
Almira C. 982. 
Alvin 885. 
Amanda 141. 
Ambrose 102. 140. 
Ambrose 0. 141. 1097. 
Amelia W. 258. 746. 
Angel iue 132. 
Angeline S. 192. 295. 
Anjanette T. lOSli. 
Ann A. 114. 
Ann :\I. 106. 
Ann S. 218. 
Anna lol. 102. 109. 117. 

132. 17^. 181. 
Anna A. 101. 
Anna 0. 315. 
Anna L. 165. 594. 



Anna O. [)]. 

Anna \'. ^I. 191. 

Anna W. 2o9. 

Antne F. 118. 

Arlina S. 229. 

Arnold 329. 

Arteme.^ia L. F. 193. 

Arthur 41. 132. 

Ailliur C. 302. 

Arthur L. 132. 209. 304. 

Arthur ^L 305. 

Ai-^dlla T). 982. 

Asa 93. 97. 102. 132. 

Asael 884. 

Asenath 10]. 112. 132. 

141. 179. 199. 
Asenath A. loo. 
Aulus 171. 595. 
Aurelia L. 200. 
Azariah93.101.no. 111. 

112. 117. 119. 159. 160. 

164. 171.181.184.192. 

259. 260. 4S2. 593. 594. 

595. 598. 599. 600. 611. 

746. 
Azariah :Mrs. 006. 
Barnabas 654. 
Benjamin 97. 105. 106. 
Benjamin F. 112. 
Benjamin ]\I. 121. l',!5. 
Bernard H. 229. 316. 
Bei-tha M. 292. 
Bessie F. 291. 
Bessie J. 209. 
Bethiah 94. 
Betsey 102.122. 132.140. 

220. 355. 943. 



1246 



Inijex 



Betsey W. 112. 

F.eulali 1). r.Hi. 

Byancii.1 M. G54. 

Byron C. 302. 

C. B. Dr. ]G0. 

C. M. 272. 

Caleb SOO. 

Calvin 04. 101. 102. 111. 

132. 1S2. 200. 2S2. 
482. 887. 
Candace C. 121. 
Carl B. 312. 822. 
Carl W. 825. 
Caroline 132. 208. 
Carrie 290. 
Carrie B. 180. 227. 
Carrie E. Y. A. 315. 
Catliarine 885. 
Catliarine C. 193. 
Catharine M. 38. 
Catliarine P. 121. 
Catharine S. 159. 196 

593. ! 

Charles in. 1C5. 214. 

482. 594. I 

Charles A. 190. 707. j 
Charles B. 121. \ 

Charles E. 230. 317.! 

1033. i 

Charles H. 290. 887. i 
Charles M. 175. 17G. ^ 

274. 270. 283. 007. 774. 
Charles X. 218. 314. 
L^harU'S S. 170. 007. 
Cli;n-!.-s \V. 327. 
Charlotte 1). 800. 807., 

Sol. ! 



Charlotte M. 54. Gn. t>. 

Cicely 329. 
Clara 173. 
Clara 1. 195. 
Clara S. 283. 310. 
Clarence E. 216. 217. 

312. 710. 821. 
Clarence H. 301. 
Clarinda 141. 220. 
Clarissa A. 140. 2 J 9. 
Clark-son 140. 210. 2]-^. 
Clayton 0. 219. 
Clement L. Prof 231. 
Clifford I. 338. 
Clifton E. 338. 
Clinton J. 338. 
Concuj-rance 280. 
Corinth 133. 
Corinth S. E. 160. 594. 

598. 
Conrtland 362. 
Cynthia 133. 
Daisy ^V. 258. 746. 
Daniel 27. 259. 
Daniel AV. 113. 
David Sm. 887. 
Dean "W. 327. 
Delia M. 7oS. 
Diadania P. 887. 
Diodate 97. 100. 
Don Carlos 885. 
Donnette 885. 
Dora P. 752. 
Duruthy 35. 97. H'O 

118. 152. 
Dorothv B. 118. 



Index 



Durutiiy 1). is;;. 

Dr. o25. 
Dudley 536. 
Dallas 170. 505. 
Dwi-ht 217. 7111. 
Dwiylit 1. 312. 070. 822. 
Dwi-ht X. 200. 
Karie F. 312. 822. 
Kben E. Mrs. 873. 
Kl.ruezcr 102. 142. 180. 
Kdith A. E. 713. 
l-ldith K. C. 251). 747. 
Edith M. 20'J. 305. 
E.lith P. 250. 
Edith W. 80(3. 807. 851. 
Edna 329. 
Edson 143. 
Edward C. 183. ISO, 

744. 
Edward E. 102. 202. 
Edward L. r.)2. 205. 
Edward M. 7(i4. 
Edward X. ;;20. 
Edward 1\ 118. 187 

60r,. 744. 
Edward S. 205. 
Edwin 143. 220. 312 

822. 
Edwin 1). 200. 301. 
Edwin II. 2S3. 31G. 
Edwin K. 284. 
Eflie L. 312. 370. 822. 
Electa 140. 
Electa E. iJlL'. 
EliM^a ]'. 230. 
I'llerla W. 120. 
Elihu 043. 



Elihu D. 042. 
P:iil4ialet 07. lo(i. 
Eli/.a 112. 157. 178. 75: 

043. 
Eliza A. 17IJ. 273. (Jo' 

774. 
Eliza S. 101. 201. 
Elizaljeth 27. 87. 03. o; 

00. 882. 
Elizabelli A. 00. 
Elizabeth 15. 102. 
Elizabeth F. 785. 
Elizabeth G. 100. 
Elizabeth J. 105. 
Elizabeth W. 882. 
Ella F. ISO. 227. 
Ella L. 311. 710. 825. 
Ella V. 103. 20(;. 
Ellen 1). 205. 
Elnia M. 215. 
Eh .lira "\V. 113. 
Elsie B. 202. 
Elsie B. AV. 201. 
Fdvira 177. Co^. C.oo. 
Elvira K. 17(J. 007. 
C. M. 272. 
Enieline 103.".. 
Emily L. ImV 744. 
Ennna 17(i. (107. 
r]nnna E. 3'-^2. 782. 
Enmia L. ::n2. 
Emma 1'. 3o2. 
Ephraim ^.s5. 
Erastus 101. loii. 121. 
Ernest 1'.. 1^1. 
Ervim; W. ;;-2. 7s2. 
Ervin- r. Mrs, (;j7. 



[70J 



[S Index 

Estella 338. , Frederick B. 110. 1m;;. 

Estella M. 21S. | Frederick E. 273. 

Esther 1)7. 882. ' G. Brainard DJL. 

Esther L. 202. Gad 118. 101.' 

Ethelinda :\I. 54. C8. Geueral SD. 

Eugene L. 201. George 132. 2(i0. 3G2. 

Eugene 0. 218. 315. George A. 101. 

Eugenia ^l. 382. 782. George C. 195. 

Eunice 764. George E. 209. 

Eunice P. 335. 837. George P. 250. 

Eva S. 296. George S. 38. 

Evaline B. 082. George T. 150. 250. 

Eveline C. 121. 147. 195. George W. 106. 752. 

Eveline C. B. 101. Georgiana P. 229. 

Eveline W. 41. Gerald B. 183. 

Ezra 94. Gertrude B. 187. 

Fannie E. 210. 752. Gilbert X. 043. 982. 

Fannie E. 220. 71u. 823. Grace 614. 1080. 

Fannie S. 763. Grace T. 181. 
Fanny 135. 943. : ' Gurdon B. 26i). 747. 

Fanny ^[. 042. Hannah 07. I(t5. l'''^ 
Fanny Ft. 134. 217. 313. 150. 

Flora L. 220. Hannah B. 105. 

Florence A. 103. 206. Hannah G. 01. 536. 

Florence E. V. D. 185. Hannah L. 100. 2'.iii. 

Florence ^l. 201. 305. Hannah 18. 102. 204. 

F. Lena 220. Harmony 132. 

Frances A. 305. Harriet 132. 17ti. 505. 

Frances L. H. 165. 505. Harriet C. 200. 

Francis S. 764. Harriet E. 182. 04: 
Frank E. 290. 301. 1033. 

Frank F. 37. Harriet L. 215. 311. 

Frank li. li*:!. Harriet ^l. 311. 711'. 

Frank W. 2(H). :]i>2. llarriet X. T. 101. 

•Franklin 14ii. 218. Harriet S. 311. 71i>. 

Fred ]'.. 201. Harriet V. lOti. 
Fre<lcric W. 102. 202. Ilarrv E. 301. 



Index 



124'J 



llattie 170. 171. 

Ilattie E. 302. 

llattie M. 338. 

Ilattie S. 292. 

Ihizel E. 230. 313. 823. | 

lia/.el L. 230. 

Helen A. 982. 

Helen F. 273. 283. 316. 

Helen K. 764. 

Helen M. 176. 263. 6U7 

766. 
Helen S. 362. 377. 
Henry. 118. 133. 141 

190. 
Henry F. 291. 
Henry W. 143. 230. 
Herbert C. 209. 
Herbert H. 165. 258 

594. 746. 
Herbert W. 302. 
Holkind n. 259. 74G. 
Hope M. 120. 
Horace P. 290. 
Hosea B. 181. 283. 
Howard 143. 227. 
Hyram 885. 
Ida A. 982. 
Ida B. 292. 
Ida L. 193. 
Inez M. 183. 
Isaar A. 119. 193. 
•lanies 117. Ss;;. 
• lames :^Irs. 614. 
.Iain.« A. 764. 
Jainrs H. 752. 
.iauu>s J. 752. 
•James L. 19n. 



James (). 114. 
•lane 140. 218. 
•lennie 704. 
Jennie K. 301. 
Jennie ]\I. 292. 
Jennie X. 193. 
Jeremiah 94. 95. 101. 

118. 190. 290. 
Jeremiah J. 191. 
Jeremiali W. 191. 
Jernnip 200. 301. 
Jei-iisha A. B. 185. 
Jessie M. 218. 301. 314. 
John 27. 101. 112. 176. 

177. 
John C. 111. 159. 169. 

482. 593. 605. 607. 

608. 752. 
John E. 753. 

John H. 177. 178. 276. 
277. 278. 279. 608. 

609. 774. 
•lohn I. 764. 

John M. 117. 165. 182. 

218. 
John X. B. 763. 
Jonali 97. 
Joseph 101. 113. 117. 

884. 885. 
Joseph A. 195. 
Josephine IX 327. 
Josephine P. 196. 
Judson 11>;. ls5. 
.lulia 140. ■2]r,. 217. 
.luli;i i;. 2'i'.i. 
• lulia ('. 1^7. 744. 
•lulia F. 121. 



50 Index 

.lulia 11. l(;,j. ;!14. :m. Louisa S. ISJ. 

Julia J. 1(1]. Ii'l. Luciiui ^[. 114. 

.Julia L. -217. 711). Lucinda A. I'.i2. 

Julia ^I. ]:V2. 744. Luciuda P. I'.H. 

Julia S. 121. ICo. 5'J4. Lucretia 5(12. 

Justu.s 13. 21G. 217. ;jll. Lucy 117. lyn. ryj2. S^; 

'lU. Lucy K. 21)1. 

Kate \V. 183. Luey II. SGG. 

Kathariue T. 7(iS. Lucy M. 884. 88.3. 

Katie F. 2!).5. Lucy T. 808. 

Keuuetli J. 21<). Ludlow PI. 174. bOo. 

Kirby W. 2i)'J. 210. Luella J. 211). 

Larissa :*!. 120. 11)4. Lidu B. 301. 

Laura C. 214. 311. Lydia 87. 03. 1)7. 

Laura G. 3(j2. ^ Lydia A. II. 2li.j. 

Laura P. 2,4. 275. 774. Lymau E. 143. 221). 31: 

Lawrence 133. 215. 823. 

Leo C. 825. Mal)el L. 33'^. 

Leila K. 284. ^laliel K. S. 2^4. 

Lenore 825. , Afabel O. im. 

Leslie 311. 710. Mabel S. 2^4. 

Lestiiia D. .53. 54. n8. ^hidnrah L. 7G4. 

'-i- , IMaggie F. 227. 

Lilla B. 31(3. jMargaret A. ls7. 

Lillie B. 1113. ^Fargaret P. llMi. 

Lillie 1. 312. 3,1). 822. ^fargarct S. 21)0. 

Lloyd E. 317. ^faria 1.33. 04.3. 

Lofton J. 21)0. 302. Maria E. 121. 

Lorinda 141. 220. :\raria P. 175. (io4. 

Louis C. 1S3. 21S. 315. .^[ariaIl L. 314. 

Louisa 121. 1.35. Kio. :\Iarie E. 105. 

173. 170.^. 21li. 257. .Mariuda L. 201 . 

.504. .505. ,4(.;. Marshall F. 21)1. 

Luuisa C. 214. Martha 143. 

Lniii.a \V. 215. Mai-lha .\. 21»2. 

L.uiisc L. .315. Martha ('. so;. 

L.uiise P. 250. Martha P. 20o. 



Index 



1251 



Mnrv 27. ST. 'J2. 'J?,. HI. 

ni. 15(;. 170.482. o'X). 

SS4. 
Mary A. 11 :^. 17s. ISi). 

227. 2!Jil. Gli4. (Ki."). (i(l7. 

(ill. 7(i'.). 
Mary A. E. 101. 
^fary B. ;)7. 181. 101. 

21(;. 220. 312. 5(!1. 710. 

822. 
-Mary C. 140. 187. 210. 
.^FaI■y I). ].'il. 884. 
Marv PI 1*10. 217. :!13. 

C>:]7). 710. 822. 
.Mary G. OG. 
^fary II. 801. 
^fary J. .301. n.14. S(ll. 
^fary L. 3(;2. 7G4. 
:\[ary M. 110. 317. 335. 

421. 707. 837. 
Mary 0. C. 103. 
-Mai-y P. no. 334. 837. 
Mary ]l. 113. 
Matilda 141. 22(;. 
Matthew 87. 88. 80. On. 

01. 02. '.);!. 04. 0."). 0(i. 

07. 11)0. ini. 112. 17rj. 

17(1. 178. 227. 200. i;ii4. 

Gilo. Gr)7. GU. 7G0. 
MaiKl IL 31)2. 
Mauri. ■(:■ V,. 187. 
May 1). 2G0. 747. 
May K. 842. 
MVhitalik- KlOG. 1101. 

lliii. 
M.-K-air .]. 1^4. r,in\. 
Miltcn l;;.'). 21i;. 7)01. 

711). 



Minnie A. 210. 3i)l. 315. 

Miranda 135. 21G. 217. 

Mor.ii-an 142. 

^lyrtle X. 752. 

X. K. 887. 

Naney 140. 101. 043. 

Xaney A. 121. 140. 105. 

Xaiiry C. l',)l. 201. 

Xathaniel 887. 

Xathaniel II. 100. 200. 

Xellie 200. 

Xellie D. 327. 

Xel.son Hi). 

Xettie S. 101. 

Xewton C. 173. 278. 334. 

505. 837. 
X'ewton J. 752. 
X'ornian (). G54. 8nl. 
OhailiaU 102. 141. 
Olive 07. 
Oliver 102. 120. 134. 135. 

103. 218. 502. 
Oliver C. 104. 218. 
Oliver S. lOSO. 
Orriu 102. 133. 
Orrin 15. 1;13. 
Osiiiyn F. 54. GS. 
Parks 175. 27G. 774. 
Percy C. 2S4. 
Pei-ey E. 284. 
Peny L. ISl. 2^4. 
Perley ISl. 2-;4. 
Pennelia S. 752. 
Pinup A. 7ii<. 
Phili;,. M. l^:i. 744. 
Pliiln. X. 51. GS. 



1252 



Index 



Phoelje 321). 

Pliyllis G. 18;]. 

Polly C. -290. 

Polly X. 54. Cf). GS. 

Pacliel A. KlG. 

Ray M. 312. 379. 822. 

Rebecca R. 192. 

Rev. Dr. 187. 

Richard S. 2(il. 747. 

Robbins T. 121. 19G. 

Robert 8S4. 

Robert M. 190. 195. 283. 
316. 744. 

Robin 17G. Gl)7. 

Rosa 753. 

Rose A. 9S2. 
Rose M. SUI. 
Rosella R. 825. 
Rosetta M. 37. 
Rosina 143. 229. 
Rosina M. 227. 
Roxanna G. 218. 
Ruby S. 229. 
Rufus 334. 837. 
Rupert V. D. 185. 
Rutli 87. 93. 119. 
Ruth A. 119. 
Ruth B. 764. 
Ruth C. 229. 
Sallie S. 296. 
Sally 102. 113. 141. 179. 
Sally B. 133. 
Sally R. 132. 
Samantha 327. 
."Nunuol 92. 99. 101. m. 
117. ISl. 182. SSI. SS5. 
Samuel E. 183. 



Samuel F. 382. 782. 

Sarah 87. 92. 94. 95. 117. 
133. 145. ISO.. 

Sarah B. 192. 335. 837. 

Sarah C. 93. 230. 

Sarah G. 329. 

Sarah PI. 142. 

Sarah M. 87. 91. 

Sarah P. 230. 27G. G0;i. 

774. 
Sarah S. 214. 
Sereno 119. 
Seviah T. 141. 
Si])yl P. 142. 
Simon 882. 
Sophia 101. 113. 120. 

157. 178. 194. 609. 
Sophia E. 278. 279. 334. 

775. 837. 
So]ihia W. 113. 
Sophie A. 182. 286. 
Soi)hie V. I). 184. 
Sophronia 885. 
Spencer 421. 
Spencer F. 315. 
Stewart V. A. 315. 
Susan D. 8(H). 
Susan L. ()54. 
Susanna 87. 96. 
Susanna S. 1!)2. 295. 
Susannah 280. 
Sybil 317. 
Sybil P. 180. 
Sylvester 102. 
Tanison B. X. 193. 
Temperance 101. 102. 
lis. 120. 



Index 



1253 



Temperance-A. 118. 192. 
T<nni)erance C. 110. 121. 
Thankful 97. 
Tliankful A. 97. 
Theodore C. 185. 825. 
Theodore W. 183. 
Thomas 87. 88. 89. 90. 

91. 92. 96. lOG. 150. 
Tui-Xyi-Chi 7G4. 
I'na J. C. 28.3. 
I'rbana B. 982. 
Verna E. 209. 
Virginia D. 195. 
Walter A. 209. 
Walter C. 302. 
Walter ^[. 195. 
Walter S. 172. 595. 
Warren 0. 801. 
Watrous B. 97. 
Wayland 140. 
Wayland F. 216. 217. 

312. 379. 710. 822. 
Wilder IJev. 806. 807. 

851. 
William 143. 327. 
William A. 314. 
William E. 121. 
William G. 191. 291. 
William^Nr. 111.165. 168. 

172. 2t'.o. 482. 594. 
William X. 982. 
William S. 192. 295. 296. 
William W. 291. 563. 
Willie ^52. 
Winfix.,1 E. 229. 312. 
Zilpah M. 110. 482. 
Zilpha A. 164. 6(iO. 1097. 



' Zilpha 111. 140. 170. 174. 
259. 482. 594. 5'.t5. 74f]. 
Smolk, ^lary 3()1. 
Snell, Abigail 462. 

Appolania M. 66.3. 

Luther K. 542. 

:\Iary F. 542. 

Sylvester 663. 

Tirzah S. 542. 
! Thomas E. 542. 

Tboraa.? 542. 
■ Sneyd, Catharine S. 196. 
Snooks, :\raggie 241. 
Snow, Abbie G. 917. 

Alice A. 913. 921. 

Calista B. 917. 

Celia 842. 

Diadema 11. 913. 
I Elizabeth K. 921. 
! Ellen S. 905. 

Esthei' n. 921. 

Eugenia 'W. 921. 

Francis,!. 913.921. 

Francis W. 922. 
; Frank 905. 
j Frank B. 917. 
' Grace C. 918. 

Helen ^I. 913. 
'Helenc E. 917. 

Herliert W. 917. 

Julia 365. 

Julia D. S. 922. 

Lillian ^1. 021. 

^lary K. 913. 

^[rrrill L. !i22. 

Xatlian 1!. 913. !)22. 

Xellie L. 922. 



Index 



Rolx'vt IT. 9in. ifjl. 

iioi)eit .M. !ti;;. 

Vergue K. iJlS. 
Snyder, Eliza .1. Sil3. 
Sobns, de Ivosalie G(i5. 
Souierset, Frankie ■M. 4S. 

W. L. 4S. 
Soper, Adaliza lOGO. 
Southard, Susio A. lOSS. 
Southward, Florence S. Sl^ 

Janiee S. 812. 

Thomas W. 811. 
Soutliworth. A. S. 2-21. 
Spark.s, Jonas ;i7. 

Olive S. i)7. 
Sparrow, Alice C. 07. 
Silencer, Aliigail I). 421. 

Adaline I. 753. 

Ann 218. 

Anna So. 

Anna C. G19. 

Auriel 754. 

Ben A. 754. 

I'.ennie A. 5'.i7. 

Berte T. 5'.i7. 

Bertie T. 755. 

Birdie v. 7511. 

Catharine S. liltl. 

Charles 7411. 

(Mara K. 74'.i. 

Clarence VM\. 

Curti.s 75lj. 

Dwiffht SG9. 

j:. a 830. 

F;irl C. 755. 
VA\»-v s;l7. 
Klherta .!. 751). 



Eliaa T. 178. 
Eliza 48.1. oUn. 597. 75 
Eliza A. 179. 2-7'.t. 
Eliza S. 178. 
Ehnira A. 179. 2.si). 
Emory 749. 835. 
Etta 750. 837. 
Ezia 837. 
Frank 597. 
Frank F. 8G9. 
Frank U. 755. 
Frona 749. 83G. 
George 483. 59G. 748. 
Guy 754. 
Hannah 882. 
Harohl B. 755. 
Harriet 483. 59G. 75 

752. 
Harriet B. 597. 
Hattie 1052. 
Helen L. 755. 
Heniy C. 752. 
Herbert 750. 83G. 
Homer 749. 
J. E. 749. 
James 483. 
James K. 597. 
Jessie 597. 
John 482. 

John W. 483. 59G. 751, 
Joseph H»0. 
Julia 4^3. 5!iG. 753. 
Julia 11. 179. 281). 
Kirtley 750. 
L. .1. ^3(;. 
Laura 749. 
Feal M. 47. 



Index 



l.rttie S. 755. 




rennelia P.. 752. 


1.,'vi 421. 




Polly 94.-;. 


Li.la K. 752. 




Piel)ecca 92. 


Lizzie M. 751. 




Pena 755. 


Lucy 4.^:5. 5!in. 507. 7i"^. 




Posa 750. 


Lucy A. 751. 




Kosetta 596. 750. 


Lucy F. 178. 170. 280. 




Roxalena H. S.jG. 


(;i9. S()0. 




Poys L. 47. 


Lucy y\. 47. 482. 75(). 




Rntli 98. 


LuliV E. 752. 




Sally E. 620. 


Lvdia M. 882. 




Sally L. 619. 


.m". J. Y. 749. 




Samuel 178. 619. 


:\raoy E. 836. 




Sarepta W. 835. 


-Afalissa B. 750. 




Sclden 482. 483. 59( 


.\raria 48;]. 




597. 749. 


Marilla E. 179. 




Seldon W. 750. 


^fartha 97. 




Silas AV. 752. 


Martlia M. 421. 




Simeon 421. 869. 


^fary 98. 




Sophronia B. 218. 


Maiy I. 75^). 




Susanna 467. 


Mary 0. B. 749. 




Susanna W. 482. 


^fary W. 8G9. 




Tracy ]\L 836. 


Maud M. 754. 




Welden 837. 


Mira 749. 




Wilhui- 596. 750. 


Mii-a R. 752. 




AVilliam IL 196; 


Myra 59fi. 




AVyatt 8. 751. 


Nancy C. ^[. 98:1 


'^1 


)eiry, .loliii S. 148. 


Nancy "W. 748. 




Susan ('. 148. 


Nathan 882.' 


^l 


licer. Maniie 279. 


Nellie W. 869. 


.R 


>inin- Sarah 9'.)9. 


Nelsun 218. 


S 


.ink. Lydia 276. 


Nelson ^I. 749. 


.^1 


)iinK'i'. F. T-;. 131. 


Olive 750. 


R 


)ohr. (;cor-e IL l'i37. 


Olivci- G19. 




Harriet K. Iit:i7. 


OUo H. 751. 




H;i1ti(' M. K'.'N. 111^4. 


I'annelia A. 591). 


R 


H.uiicr, (';ilvin .M. Iin5. 


Pennelia 59(i. 751. 7-52. 




Calvin W. 9(i5. 



1256 



Index 



F:ilen M. !HKj. 

Elnathan IHt.j. 

Emily P. 'JUj. 
Sjjrague, Alfred 5o4. 701. 

Asa W. 534. 

Charles P. 534. 

Cortland B. 534. 

Delivan G. 534. 

Helen E. 701. 

James ^l. 534. 

Julia P. 534. 

Susan L. 701. 

"William A. 5.";4. 
Spring, Anna P. 4'J3. 

C}T-il 493. 
Spurgeon, 499. 
St. clair. Pearl 1000. 
St. John, Allen B. 510. 

Eliza S. 510. 

Miss G43. 
Stafford, Andrew 1053. 
Stancer, Florence P. 1052. 

Paul 1052. 

William 11)52. 
Standish, Charles D. 875. 

Eloise :\[. 875. 

Grace INI. 875. 

Myles W. 875. 

Samuel B. 875. 

Virla E. 875. 
Stanley Electric Co. 332. 

K. "m. 221. 223. 
Stannard. Eva 1038. 

John A. 1038. 

Mtiry K. 1038. 

Surah K. VC^. in'^5. 
Stautiai, Allicrt 014. 



Eliza A. S. 273. OO'J. G14. 
I 774. 

i Eraroy E. 274. 7-74. 
' Fred P. 311. 

Harriot S. 311. 
I Helen 311. 
I Henry E. 273. f.iiO. G14. 
I 774. 

I Louisa P. 311. 
I Luke W. 274. 774. 
I Robert H. 274. 774. 
j Staples, Dorothy R. 240. 
1 Lydia 191. 
, Sarah 989. 
Starclier, Bayard B. S3G. 

Bertha Y. 8.3(1 
i Carrol B. 83G. 

Charles 83G. 
I Charles G. S3G. 
i Clenie 749. 

Dan 749. 83G. 

Emily ^l. 83G. 

Estelle 749. 

Ethel 749. 

Floda ^r. 83G. 
I Hester G. 83G. 
: j\Iira S. Y. 749. 
i Nancy T. 749. 
! William 749. 
Stark. Daniel G. 1039. 

General 32. G5. 
i Ida A. 382. 782. 
i John II. 382. 781. _ 
i John M. 3'^2. 782. 

Laura H. 3'i2. 7^1. 
1 Lavinia J. 1<>39. 

:Marv 1039. 



Index 



1257 





Mary .1. 3S2. 782. 


, B. Frank 693. 




Molly 7G2. 


Benjamin F. 524. 6; 




Koduey J. 1039. 


Caroline E. (;92. 




lliith F. 103!). 


Caroline M. 524. 




William H. 10.39. 


Caroline S. 455. 52." 




William J. .';S2. 7S2. 


Charles 11. 692. 


>; 


.irkey, eVutliia K. 374. 


Charles S. 524. 692. 


St 


arkweatber, Elmira 350. 


Charles W. 395. 839. 




William 350. 


Clara E. 692. 


St 


arlin, Daniel 2G. 


Dorothy B. 819. 




Klizaheth P. 2C. 


Edward L. 692. 818. 




Hannah 26. 


Elizabeth (i92. 




Jemima S. 26. 


Emily L. 693. 




.Toaeph 26. 


Emily ^I. 693. 




Lydia 26. 


Steele, Eunice C. 454. 




Lydia K. 26. 


Frances W. 692. 




M'ary 26. 


George 819. 




Phebe 26. 


Grace B. 1099. 




Samuel 26. 


Helen C. 395. s.39. 




Rarah 25. 26. 


Helen E. 692. 




Sarali :\r. 26. 


Henry S. 524. 691. 




William 26. 


James 819. 


St 


irr, Abi 218. 592. 


James E. 524. 693. 




Eltenezer 146. 


James II. 524. 693. 




Lncy 590. 


John F. 524. 692. 




Sally R. 146. 


Josephine E. 524. 


St 


t'anis, Franeis II. 1082. 


Julia S. SIS. 




Francis I. 1082. 


Louisa T. 692. 




Julia B. 1082. 


Mary E. 692. 




:\Iary II. 1082. 


Marv IL 524. 691. 




Xatban A. 1082. 


^larv AV. (;i)2. 


St 


■bbins, Katboriue 614. 


Polly C. 98. 




Vxev. 727. 


Raymond 693. 


St 


•(bnan.^Olive E. 1072. 


Pichard T. 818. 




Susan^E. 909. 


Pnth P. S19. 


St 


■clr, Annie 196. 


Sanrnr<l 455. 523. 




Annie P.. 819. 


819. 



125S 



Index 



Speucer '.)S. 

Stephen Kev. .^11). 

Sumner W. V^'.)'!. 

Timothy E. rr24. (i!)2. 
693. SI 9. 

Wesley C. .'J'.i.x SHi). 

William K. ti'.)".. S19. 
Steehnan, Angelina 192. 
Stephens, Grace 71S. 

Leslie ^Irs. 723. 

Lydia A. lUlio. 

:\Iary A. 989. 
Stephenson. Ada 99.3. 
Stfrlins', Albert M. 1017. 
1040. ]in):). 

Alplionsu loir,. 

Bessie M. 1017. lOiO. 
10(?.). lo^(i. ](i9'.). 

Daniel 2(;. 

Klizalieth P. 2(1 

?:iizalK'th S. noo. 

Ellen E. 1099. 

Ellen M. 10 10. ]040. 
1099. 

Eugene S. KHO. 1040. 
10! )9. 

Hannah 20. 

.Tfuiinia S. 20,. 

Joseph 21 ;. IOK;. 1101. 

Lillian W. iV 1017.1010. 

Lydia 2(i. 

Lydia L. 20,. 

^lary 20,. 

MarvII. 101 0. 

5la,-v ^r. 20. 

I'h,!,.' 20. 

Saninel 20. 



110 



90.J. 



■ Sarah 2."). 20 

Sarah M. 20,. 

William 2i;. 
Stevens, AliiiKii 

Amos (_'. 00. 75. 

Charlotte L. 50. 75 

Cordelia A. 5S. 

Cornelia A. s^ii. 

Cornelia L. 50,. 75 

Eliza J. 50. 7(;. 

Elizabetli 3o4. 

Elizabeth L. 900. 

Frederick A. 9o0. 

George A. 905. 

Hammon 75. 

Harmon 50. 75. 

Henry II. 50. 70. 

John"E. 50. 

Louisa :^r. 50. 75. 

Lucy A. 50. 70. 

Mabel E. 900. 

Mary A. 9o(k lUS. 

Hilary IZ. 50,. 70. 

Mary .M. 9o5. 

Oscar H. 50. 70. 

Kosa D. 00.1. 

Sijuire 955. 
Stevenson. Cliarles A 
Steward. Sarali '.Klo. 
Stewart. Alice I), lo 

Ann P. <t01. 

Anna T. 302. 

1'.. P.. 072. 

Pernice 1. 1O04. 

Pina C. <oO. 

Carl (). son. 

Oliail.'s E. 255. 



152. 



Index 



1250 



CliarlutteEjHil. 1012. 

Clara K. ■2:)'^. 

Ciarissa C. J34. 

Daniel 961. 

Daniel C. in 12. 10G4. 

Klisha M. 254. 

Kliza [H)\. 

VAvAiiheih S. 1012. 

Frank 11. I(il2. 

IfaiTiet A. 255. 

ildiaee P. 9G1. 1012. 

lluraee W. 1012. 10G4. 

Ida S. 10(34. 

James C. SOO. 

.lauK's AV. 254. 

.Tt'unie F. 255. 

Joliii 11. 3(;2. 

Julia G. 2;54. 

Karl E. I0(i4. 

Lueiiui L. KXU. 

IMargaret M. 800. 

:\rary A. 1087. 

Mary E. 793. 

Xaiicy A. M\. loll. 

lii-l.e 10G4. 

Kobeeea C. 1012. I0(i4. 

Sarah 930. 

Vera 1064. 

William J. 255. 
Stiles. Amos 41(5. 

FduionJ 4ir). 

Lydia P. 4Pi. 
Ntiliiiiau, Heatriro L. lo74. 

UelU 11. 722. S2I). 

r.lanclieC. 1074. 

l-:me 722. 



Emily .M. lo74. 

Frank C. 1074. 

Geor-e K. Jo74. 

Johu K. 722. 

Laura :\[. 720. 

Li/.a 722. 

Palph P. 1074. 

William J. 720. 722. 
Still\vi4l, Fred 2S0. 

Irene J. 28f>. 
Stinclicoml), Elaine 78(j. 

G-ideon 7SG. 

Ida P.. 786. 

Leon C. 7SG. 
Stoekdale, Kathorine 1094. 
Stocking-, Azubah 490. 
Stoddai'd, Calvin SS5. 

Soplironia S. 885. 
Stokes, Anson P. 232. 
Stone. Alfred 478. 

Alice' 1002. 

Alioe L. 1002. 
'Aurilla 250. 

Caroline L. 1002. 1057. 

Caroline 0. lo02. 

Cornelia A. 1002. I(i57. 

Edward C. So5. SOG. 

Elizabeth W. 806. 

Harvey 1002. 

Henrietta E. SoG. 

Jane W. 806. 

Mary E. 10(i2. 1057. 

Afary W. 805. 

Aliiliernt 1H02. 
Stonn. Azariah S. 174. 2(i]. 
595. 735. 747. 



Index 



Bertrand 1/5. 203. 59G. 

748. 
Catharine E. 159. 593. 
Clara E. 202. 595. 747. 
Emily P. 261. 735. 747. 
Emily Z. 262. 334. 735. 

747. 831. 834. 
Esther E. 263. 748. 
James B. B. 175. 596. 
Katie K. 262. 736. 747. 

831. 835. 
Lj-mau P. 262. 736. 747. 
]\raek P. 202. 736. 747. 



^faiy P. 261. 735. 7 
830. 834. 

Walter 174. 595. 

Walter E. 263. 748. 

Walter L. 174. 596. 

Zilpha S. 174. 595. 
Storrs, :\rary T. 679. 

Zalnion 670. 
Stoughton, Ida 1064. 
Stovei-, Benjamin F. 798 

Catharine C. 798. 

Effie C. 798. 

Emma E. 652. 798. 

Fannie M. 798. 

Fi'ederick 798. 

(ieor-e W. 652. 798. 

Gertnido 798. 

Jane M. 652. 

Marilla .7. 652. 

^lary 652. 798. 

:\rary .T. 798. 
JilaryT. 798. 

Stojilicn A. 79^. 

Susan E. 79S. 

William 652. 



47. 



Stowe, Mary 882. 
I Strang, I^llizabeth 1012. 
I Strant, Charlie 24^. 
I Street, Adelia 534. 
I Streeter, Nancy 37. 
i Strickland, Caroline 373. 
i Clarence D. 46. 

Clarissa 373. 

Edna L. 194. 

Emma J. 373. 

Esther 532. 

Florence B. 47. 

Gilbert 680. 

Ida B. 387. 

Jemima B. 680. 

Julius J. 47. 

Larissa M. S. 194. 

INIarquis L. 194. 

Minnie .B. 680. 

Miranda E. 373. 

Nellie F. 707. 

Prudence 537. 

Kial 373. 1097. 

Rosella D. 385. 

Sarah B. 46. 

Sarah L. 373. 

Sarali S. 725. 
Stringer, Clara 283. 31(;. 
Strong, Abby L. .352. 461. 

Adaline B. 665. 

Addison G. 762. 

Addison K. 6iiO. 

Adeline 2.34. 

Adeline A. 352. 461. 

Anna 23;t. 

Anna L. 762. 

Anna T. 6(i3. 



Inde: 



1261 



A.seu;ith S. 179. 
Div^sie 600. 
i;utler N. 237. 239. 
Caroliue A. 352. 4C1. 
Cutliarine T. 50. 323. 
Charles H. 5U. 323. 363. 
Cliarlotte M. 503. 664. 
Clara 503. 665. 
Cora G. 603. 
Daniel 237. 
David 352. 461. 
Dr. 599. 601. 602. 
p]d\vard K. 603. 762. 
Eleazer 347. 
Eleazer B. 351. 352. 460. 

461. 
Elisha 135. 179. 
p]llen W. 179. 281. 
Elnathan 453. 
Emily 352. 461. 
Emily E. 503. 665. 
Fannie M. 603. 763. 
Floi-inda 352. 461. 
Franklin H. 363. 539. 
Custavus D. 665. 
Harold C. 50. 323. 
Harriet M. 363. 539. 
Harriet X. 352. 363. 46J. 

539. 
Helen A. 603. 765. 
Henry 234. 239. 
Humjilirey H. Dea. 352. 

:W,]. 461. 539. 1 

James 239. 
Jane"'94S. 
Jane N. 503. 663. 
John 415. 453. 94S. 



I Joseph H. 363. 539. 

' Julia C. 239. 

L. P. Mrs. 210. 
I Leah B. 352. 461. 

Louisa S. 135. 179. 216. 
603. 762. 
: Lucy T. 503. 664. 
I Lydia S. 415. 453. 
I Madorali E. 600. 
I j\Iarion E. 762. 

Mary A. 352. 363. 461. 
539. 

:\[ary D. 762. 

Mary E. 603. 760. 

]\rary F. 363. 539. 

Naomi T. 502. 
! Newton 239. 

! Noiiuan 351. 

Norman 0. 352. 461. 

Phebe G. 94S. 

Sarah E. 603. 764. 

Sarah H. 50. 323. 

Simeon P. 948. 

Soiiliia453. 503. 

Susan 100. 239. 

Susannah C. 234. 

Tii-zah 542. 

^Villiam 239. 453. 502. 

AVilliam H. 351. 352. 
363. 461. 539. 

AVilliam L. 1098. 

AVilliam S. 503. 603. 665. 

AVilliam AV. 665. 

Zilpah ir. 347. 460. 

Zilpha H. 351. 
Strope, Louisa 1). 660. 
Stunlevant, Annie A. 717. 
828. 



v2Cj-: 



Index 



Cliiitun B. 71S. 

Fauiiy" L. 71S. 

IJiUVt'y o(i5. 71S. 

Harvey I J. 718. 

Henry L. 5G5. 717. 

Julia I). 71S. 829. 

Laura B. 717. 

:\lary H. 718, 

Polina K. 5G5. 

Seymour 717. 

Seymour E. 5G5. 
Stui-tevaut, Alice M. 7U4. 

Cornelius 53S. 

Edward E. 538. 

Ella L. 703. 

Ellen ^[. 538. 

Fanuy K. 538. 

Frances C. 538. 704. 

George H. 538. 703. 

George AV. 538. 

Maud I. 704. 

Minnie K. 704. 

Molly F. 538. 

K'obert 5(51. 

Sarah K. 538. 

Susan F. 703. 

William W. 53S. 704. 
Sulli\-an. Maiia 75'.). i 

Sarah 801. 
Suuuuers, Clarissa P. 39G. ; 

Kohert A. olKI. 
Sunnier, Ahi-ail 340. 350. I 
415. 450. (i73. 
^\hi-ail i). in-2. 
*\liiLrail I>. .-Ml. (;(;7. 

Ada line W. 5 in. 

Albert E. 5il(i. (;s5. 



Alunzo \V. 673. 

Alta R. 688. 

xlnna 673. 

Anna K. 68!). 6'JO. 

Anna ]\1. 5:10. ijISS. (i-^'.i. 

690. 
Anna P. 454. 
Anna AV. 504. 
Annie H. 689. 
Augustus 5ti4. 672. (]73. 

G76. 
Benjamin 507. 
Benjamin F. 454. 506. 
Caroline 685. 
Caroline C. 506. 
Caroline E. 455. 523. 
Charles 673. 
Charles B. 506. 683. 
Charles F. 14. 456. 5(i9. 

527. 528. 531. 697. 
Charles P. 68S. 
Clement M. 531. 
Cora 689. 

Cornelia J. 531. 697. 
Cynthia :\I. 454. 5it5. 
Deborah 453. 503. 
Dee 689. 
Dorothy (i99. 
E. V. General 123. 
Edith B. Ur,^. 811. 
Edna C. 697. 
Edwin 673. 
Edwin G. 504. ()7ii. in'-\. 

674. 675. 676. 
Eliza .1. 5' 19. 51(1. 
Elizabeth 415. 452. 45:;. 

689. 



Index 



12(33 



l-;iizal)etli B. 454. 
Klizalteth C. 698. 
Elizabeth M. o4C). 415. 
i;iizabetli \V. 531. 
Klla G. 696. 
Ellen 673. 
Ellen F. 504. 674. 
Ellen H. 673. 
Elliott B. 504. 670. 679. 
Eva A. 684. 
Fidelis V. 520. 689. 
Flora J. 47. 506. 683. 
Florence A. 679. 811. 
Florilla 454. 
Frances H. 532. 
Frank C. 525. 
Frederick C. 506. 
George 689. 

George A. 506. 685. 813. 
George B. 685. * 
George G. 525. 694. 
George 0. 454. 
Georgiana S. 688. 
Grace B. 813. 
Hannali 415. 452. 
Hannah H. 415. 
Harriet B. 673. 685. 
Harriet H. 532. 
Harriet X. 376. 456. 531. 
Hai-\'ey 454. 
Heun- P. 376. 415. 455. 

525. 527. 528. 694. 
Henry T. 455. 508. 509. 

51 (1^ 531). 688. 
ll.-ni y W. 673. 
Hester A. 455. 
Hiram F. 454. 5n6. 
[80J 



Howard 699. 
Ida H. 699. 
Ismy G. 509. 
Jane K. 531. 
Jefferson W. 531. 
Jemima 453. 504. 
Jemima T. 453. 
Jennie L. 532. 698. 
Jerusha 455. 507. 
Jerusha P. 455. 
John ^V. 455. 525. 694. 
Joseithine M. W. 528. 
Julia G. 694. 
Juliette B. GG8. 
Juniata W. 510. 
Katie A. 699. 
Laura 453. 504. 668. 
Levi M. 689. 
Louis B. 685. 
Louisa B. 685. 
Lucinda H. 508. 
Lucy E. 5t)G. 
Lydia 415. 453. 
:\fargaret F. GS5. 
Maria 5nG. 0^4. 
^Paria A. 504. (;G7. 
Martha A. 509. 
Mary 415. 453. 45G. 50." 

674. 
Mary A. 454. 
Isliivy B. 50G. 
Maiy C. 525. 
:sh\vy E. 506. 525. Gsi 

69.^^. 
Mary F. 679. 
Mary (i. 372. 37G. 45: 

525. 527. 532. ti!'S. si: 



1204 



Mary 11. tJ7:j. ill -I. SI], 
^lavy M. 45.J. fyJl. 
Matilda 455. 
Melvina 514. 
Melvina A. bVS. 
Mildred 699. 
Minnie 506. 684. 
Morey C. 689. 
Nancy F. 688. 
Niincy L. 45(). 525. 
Nellie M. 674. 
Polly 4:53. 456. 505. 
Prudence 507. 
Prudence 11. 507. 
Reuben 346. 415. 454. 

507. 
Koy E. 689. 
Sally 506. 

Sarah 454. 506. 689. 
Sarah C. 506. 683. 
Sarah F. 679. 
Sarah H. 685. 
Sherman P. 456. 531. 

532. 699. 
Sybil 415. 454. 
Thomas G. 509. 
Vina 513. 
Vina A. 516. 517. 518. 

519. 520. 
Warren S. 521. 
AVilliam 415. 453. 504. 

526. 668. 6(59. 670. 671. 

672. 673. 
AVilliam A. 453. 5i)4. 67it. 

685. 6! 19. 
William A. Mrs. 5ll4. 
AVilliam G. G'Mk 



William II. 454. 

AVilliam K. 532. 698. 

William L. M^>K. oH'.i 
688. 689. 690. 

AVilliam 0. 14. 455. 51 n 
520. 521. 1097. 

AVilliam T. 689. 
Sumi)tion, Mabel E. 284. 
Sutfiu, Evelyn J. 850. 

John C. 849. 

Josephine M. 85n. 

Nina M. 849. 
Swan, Bertha C. 720. 

Cornelia A. 960. 

George 41. 

George D. 1096. 

George AV. 1(J96. 

Maria M. 41. 

Mary 41. 47. 

Jilary AV. 1096. 
Sweet, Abigail 495. 

Renetta 333. 833. 
Sweetland, Jan'th 407. 
Swift, Albert T. 1044. ins< 

P.irge C. 1044. 

Deah L. 1089. 

Dorothy .AI. li)44. 

EmmaB. 1043. 

Genera! 955. 

George H. 1044. 

George AV. 1043. 

Herbert I. 1044. 

Jennie B. 1043. 

John 1043. 1044. 

Ala reus 1044. 

Norma S. 1089. 

Philetus 952. 



Index 



120^ 



Sarah A. 1043. 

Sarah D. 952. 

Sarah M. 1044. 

Susie S. loss. 

Winnie C. 1044. 
Suiuhum, Dr. lL"J. 
Switzorn. Anna I. 378. 
.Syiiuncs, Andrew 448. 
Synionds, Charles W. 81. 

Mary M. SI. 

Taintor, Delia E. S07. 

Family D. S07. 

Eunice F. 807. 

Oeorge E. 8ii7. 8()y. 

Henry G. So7. 

Jolm 807. 

Judith B. 807. 

liucy S. S07. 

Mary- E. 808. 

Mary L. 8()7. 

Michael S07. 

Sarali B. 807. 

Solomon 807. 
r.'ilbot, Ola 797. 
laloott. Frisbie & Co. 331. 
I'alcott, Abiah P. 42l'. 
Abigail 424. 
Anna 350. 362. 
Chester 350. 362. 
Daniel 346. 350. 
Daniel W. 350. 361. 36-J 
Edwin 361. 
Eliza Q. "\V. 361. 
EimiraS. 3511. 
John 350. 422. 424. 
Julia A. 361. 



361. 



Lovisa K. G 
Lucy 350. 
Lucy M. 3(;]. 
Lydia 350. 
Lydia E. 346. 35n 
Lydia M. 361. 
' iMarie A. 809. 
:\[ary 422. 424. 

■ Mary S. 361. 

j Phebe B. 362. 
: Violetta H. 362. 

"William 350. 
; William H. 361. 
j Tallman, Clara 814. 

■ Tappan, IL B. Prof. 

AVilliani T-;. Bev. 2 
: Tarbox, Abi-ail 445. 
. 485. 487. 

I Abigail M. 445. 
I Abigail T. 445. 

Albert G. 486. 61(;. 

Alfred 446. 

Alfred B. 619. 

Alvah T. 618. 

Anna 44(]. 486. 

Augustus C. 486. 

Charles S. 618. 

Cornelia P. 616. 

David 445. 446. 48'; 

David B. 488. 

David M. 488. 

DelosL. 4<7. 617. 6 

Deucic 616. 

Dudley 446. 4<6. 

Edgar 4><. 

Edwin 4^<. 

Eli<ha 44(i. 



446 



18. 



Index; 



Elizal)otli D. (ill). 
Klizaboth L. 14. GIS. 
Eluora S. GIG. 
Emeline 4S7. 
Emma L. G19. 
Eugene L. 487. 
Fauna 616. 
George 446. 616. 
Hannah T. 4S7. 
Hannah Z. 48(5. 617. 
Harry C. 486. 
Many L. 618. 
Harr>- M. 486. 616. 
Helen M. 616. 775. 
Henry 446. 487. 616. 
Henry F. 488. 618. 
Heniy L. 487. 618. 
Hersa P. 616. 
Homer 616. 
Jemima 453. 
Jerome 487. 
John 446. 487. 
John K. GIS. 
Joseph 487. 
Josepli F. 618: 
Julia B. 4S7. 619. 
Julia C. 6] I). 
Julia E. 617. 
Julia M. 488. 
Laura 610. 
Lucia 487. 
Luther 616. 
Mabel F. 618. 
]\rarcus 617. 
Clarion GID. 
Marion C. 618. 
Marv C. 488. 



Mary F. 618. 

Mary S. 486. 615. 

:\[yron H. 4SS..G1D. 

Nelson 487. 

Oscar 617. 

Phebe S. 486. 615. 

Philip 617. 

Polly 446. 

Polly W. 486. 

Russell L. 619. 

Salina 486. 

Sally 446. 486. 487. 

Sally A. 486. 616. 

Sarah B. 488. 618. 

Sarah C. 618. 

Sarali E. 619. 

Sarah AV. 616. 

Stella B. 616. 775. 

Sylvia 617. 

Tamar L. 618. 

Tamar T. 617. 

Theresa 617. 

William W. 486. 616 
Tary, Eva 7i)4. 
Tator, A. Louise 791. 

Alice 843. 

Amelia AV. 843. 

Annette 845. 

Benjamin F. 7'.K). 84^] 

Caroline 11. 845. 

Charles S. 791. 

Claude 844. 

Daisy A. 791. 

Dora A. 791. 

Edward (i48. 79il 

Edward F. 64S. 791. 

E. Everett A. 845. 



Index 



]2fi7 



Eliza J. G4S. 790. 


Doctor 955. 


Harold L. 843. 


Ella M. 753. 


Ilattie T. 791. 


Emma C. 745. 


Hflon 843. 


Harriet L. 048. 


Helen F. 790. 


Harry C. 745. 


Heuiy 790. 


Helen ^Irs. 501. 


James H. CAS. 790. S44. 


Henrj- G. 745. 


.leunle B. 790. 


Hiram 8G3. 


.Toll 11 W. 790. 843. 


Horace C. 589. 


.Iiilia E. 790. 843. 


Ida A. 753. 


Kntluine A. 845. 


James ( ?) 102. 


Louise 843. 


Jemima F. 8G3. 


Liicinda A. 791. 


Joel 648. 


Lucy E. 790. ♦ 


John 955. 


Margaret 791. 


Julia S. 59G. 


:Margaret F. G4S. 790. 


Lewis 8G3. 


791. 


Louis 0. 745. 


Margaret P. 843. 


Martha P. G4«. 789. 


Martha R. G48. 791. 


Mary (?) 102. 


Mary C. 790. 844. 


Mary C. 244. 589. 


Maiy E. 790. 


Mary F. G48. 


Maud T. 843. 


Mary Mrs. 580. 


Priscilla C. 845. 


Nancy M. G4S. 789. 


Sarali E. 791. 


Polly F. 648. 


Sheridan C. 791. 


Priscilla 64S. 


Stephen A. 791. 


Eosa S. 597. 


Stephen H. 845. 


Roxanna 492. 


Stephen R. &4S. 791. 


Ruhamah E. 34G. 


Wallace N. 791. 845. 


Sarah J. 300. 3^0. 


^\'illialn B. 843. 


Susan C. (?) 102. 


William H. 791. 845. 


Susanna T. 102. 


Taylor, Abigail 445. 


William 102. iU^. 


Asa M. 5^9. 


Temple, Asenath S08. 


Ashmaj: IL 590. 


.Mary 987. 


T.ctsty 914. 


Olive G. .^(iO. 


(.'laronoe E. (U'^. 


Ten Broeck. Cra .1. ^'21. 


Uaiiiel :U0. 


Tennev. .\n'!ni.;i!d <s:i. '.Mil 



126S 



Index 



Liicretia i)Ul. 

Mary B. 8.^9. 

Samuel SSO. 

Susanna J. SSO. 901. 
Terhune, Cassie M. 49. 

Eddie 49. 

John 49. 
Terrell, Amos 492. 

Electa 492. 

Lois 492. 
Teny, Huldah B. 502. 

Mary E. 79S. 

Naomi 502. 

Saumel 502. 

Sarali I. S67. 
Test, Laura G. 73 L 
Thayer, Matilda F. S25. 
Theiriot, Nellie L. 621. 
Thomas, Edmund 1029. 

George E. 873. 

Gertrude K. S73. 

Louisa 692. 

Margaret 813. 

Sadie 814. 

Sarah E. 703. 
Thompsou, Amanda McK. 
971. 

Betsey ^Irs. (i74. 

Charles C. 219. 

Charles G. 220. 

Clarissa S. 219. 

Doctor 499. 

H. :\r. Rev. 17S. COS. 

Henry S. 220. 

Jennie S. 704. 

Lora C. 220. 

I\Iargaret J. 541. 



j Matilda 870. 
I Minnie 824. 

"William 541. 
Thoreau, 721. 
Thorp, Mary E. 143. 
' Thurston, cLarles S. 3 IS. 
Ticknor & Fields 184. 
Tiebout, Mary C. 3G9. G: 
I Tift'any, Alfred 9G2. 
■ Betsey H. 902. 

Charles H. 9G2. 
I Conger 1020. 
I Edwin U. 962. 
I Elisha T. 962. 
; Elizabeth M. 962. 
j Eva A. 1020. 

Fanny M. 962. 

Frank E. 962. 

Hannah E. 962. 

Harriet A. 962. 

J. S. ^Irs. 9S3. 
' Joseph L. 962. 
' Joseph W. 902. 

Lydia A. 962. 

Lydia E. 902. 

:^lan'in L. 902. 

Mary L. 1020. 
j Jklilla L. 902. 1012. 
' Newell AV. 962. 
: Orville N. 9(;2. 
j Preston 9()2. 

Preston H. 962. 

Sarah M. 962. 

William H. 962. 
Tilden, Dnniel 421. 
Tillin-liast. C. B. 013. 

C. V>. Mrs. 013. 014. 



Index 



12C9 



Charles B. 393. 
Florence 393. 
Florence M. 31*3. 
Karl 394. 
Morgan 393. 
Percival 394. 
Tillniau, Senator 2G9. 
Tillotson, Lydia 34. 

^[ary 410. 
Tillow, Pliebe 959. 
Tinker, Eeuben I\ev. 442. 

Sally 35. 
Titus, David A. S50. 
Ktheh-n W. 850. 
Gladys I. 850. 
Torrey, Daniel Eev. 985. 
Totteu, Sarah H. 103G. 
Tottenburgh, Annie S4G. 
Tower, Esther 318. 
Francis E. 317. 318. 
Joseph 447. 
Laurence 318. 
MaudeH. 317. 318. 
Ralph 318. 
Seviah 141. 
Towles, Diadema M. 88G. 
893. 
James R. 893. 
Jcrard 88G. 
Jerry 886. 893. ' 
:^rabel B. S8G. 
iVIary 893. 
Polly 893. 907. 
Towuo, Amelia 458. 
E. S.*3G3. 540. 
Eliza S. 545. 
Fannv 4G2. 



Fi-emout ^\'. 534. 

Hannah H. 3G3. 540. 

Helen D. 534. 

Ir\'ing P. 534. 

Kebe S. 10G4. 

Rebecca S. 10G4. 

Sarah J. 534. 

Sarah P. 534. 

Sylvanus 546. 

Theodore F. 534. 

Whitemau 534. 

W'illavd H. 10G5. 

William S. 10G4. 
Townsend, Daisy 849. 

Eliza B. 849. 

George W. 849. 

Georgianna S49. 

Hozekiah 849. 

Ida 849. 

Marie 906. 
Tracy, Abby 44. 

Abby A. 147. 241. 

Adeline P. 147. 

Angienette G. 244. 

Anita M. 49. 51. 324. 

Ann E. 240. 322. 

Anna P. 241. 

Annie R. 148. 

Arthur L. 49. 323. 

Aurobel 1(13. 

Benaijah C. I(i3. 

Buckley 103. 

Carleton L. 44. 240. 

Caroline B. 148. 

Cathariiio A. 4.'). ."n. 24< 



CatI 



i:. 4-1. 24n. 



1270 



Index 



Clara B. 325. 
Daniei 96. 1(J5. 
Durwood H. 4'J. 323. 
Edith M. 5(1. 324. 
Eliplias 1)6. 105. 
Eliza D. 141). 
Elizabeth 96. 105. 149. 
Elizabeth I). 49. 323. 
Elizabeth L. 241. 
Elmer C. 61 S. 
Emily 105. 149. 
Emma W. 50. 324. 
Ethel D. 50. 324. 
Eunice I. 105. 
Eveliue S. 121. 147. 
P"'anuie J. 50. 323. 
Faimy B. 45. 50. 240. 

323. 
Florence 50. 323. 
Floretta B. 240. 
Frank C. 241. 
Frankie 241. 
Fred M. 49. 51. 324. 
Frederick II. 49. 
Gamaliel 11. 44. 45. 96. 

104. 147. 234. 240. 
George 1). 105. 
George L. 14S. 244. 325. 
George S. ,241. 
Hannah S. 96. 104. 
Harlow il. 45. 49. 240. 

323. 
Harold B. 325. 
Henrietta M. 44. 240. 
]Ioratio B. 147. 241. 
Ida AV. 61S. 
Izoa II. 45. 240. 



James G. 103. 
James 0. lo3. 
Jedidah 96. 
Jerusha 96. 102. 
Jerusha C. lo4. 146. 
Jirah I. 105. 
John 105. 
John B. 241. 
John R. 243. 244. 
Jonathan C. 147. 
Judali L. 147. 241. 242. 
Julia F. 44. 240. 
Leon S. 244. 325. 
Lewis A. 14S. 
Lottie G. 50. 323. 
Lucy 0. 103. 
Lydia C. 147. 
Lydia I. 50. 324. 
Lydia W. 105. 149. 
Mag-gie S. 241. 
Mary B. 147. 
Mary L. 50. 147. 244. 

323. 325. 
Mary T. 244. 
^laud S. 49. 323. 
Medora E. 44. 241. 324. 
Xehemiah 8S. S9. 90. 91. 

96. 103. 104. 14S. 
Olmstead 103. 
Oramel 103. 
Rachel 96. 103. 
Rachel R. 96. 
Ralph 104. 147. 241. 
Reuben X. 147.241. 
Rol)bins 45. 50. I114. 147. 

240. 323. 
Sallv 103. 105. 14S. 



Index 



1271 



Snimiel M. 45. 50. 241). 

;;-_'4. 

Sarah 9G. 103. 

Sarah E. 14S. 244. 

S;ii-ali L. 1U4. 

Selden 103. 105. 

So}^nol1r E. 50. 324. 

Susan 105. 

SiKsan C. 3(j0. 

Susanna 88. 89. 90. 91. 
9G. 102. 104. 

Susanna C. 104. 148. 

Susanna S. 96. 

Theresa E. P. 241. 

Tryphoua 96. 102. 104. 
145. 

Wilber J. 50. 323. 

Williani E. 105. 149. 

William H. 45. 49. 51. 
121. 147. 240. 324. 

Winslow 96. 
Traphagen, Belle D. 1050. 

Charles E. 1050. 

Clara P. 1050. 

Henry E. 1050. 

^Villiam 1050. 
Trask, Charles 580. 
'i'niver, Maud 843. 
Traviss, Andrew 337. 338. 

Bessie E. 337. 

Clara A. 338. 

Clifton A. 337. 

Elzora S. 337. 
'I'l-eat, An>ei-t L. 701. 

nar])ara 11. 384. 784. 

I'.eulah B. G81. 

Burton L. 701. 



Charles L. 701. 

Edwin C. 681. 

Edwin S. 680. 

Erastus B. 505. 630. 681. 

Ernest G. 384. 784. 

Everett S. 680. 

Fidelia G. 457. 533. 

Flora D. 681. 

James W. 533. 701. 

Joseph 687. 

Leonard W. 457. 533. 

Marguerite X. 384. 784. 

Marion P. 687. 

Martha H. 701. 

Mary S. 681. 

Nancy B. 680. 

Nettie '\L 384. 784. 

Osborn W. 701. 

Payson J. 681. 

Rhoda G. 505. 680. 

Sarah M. 701. 

Selah 235. 

William 11. 681. 
Tripler, Ellen C. 378. 
Tripp, Hannah L. Osl. 

Hattie L. 259. 746. 

Lewis S. 259. 746. 

Nancy M. 974. 

Ruth 696. 

Sarah E. 974. 

Susan A. 974. 1032. 

Virginia C. 874. 

"WiUiam 974. 

AVilliani J. 974. 

Zilpha S. 25:i. 746. 
Trowl.rid-.., Harriet X. 191. 
Tniesdell, Aliiel R. !H!2. 



1272 



Index 



Elizabeth T. iH;2. 
Trumbull, Eliza 4G4. 

Esther 4()1). 

Hester 4(H). 
Trune, Catharine 11. 
783. 

Ida M. 3S3. 395. 
840. 

Jennie B. 383. 783. 

John R. 383. 783. 

Laura M. 383. 783. 

Mary E. 383. 783. 

Millie A. 383. 783. 

Koyal E. 383. 783. 

Rudolph 383. 783. 

William P. 383. 783. 
Tryon, Ida J. 65(1. 

Laura A. 973. 
Tubbs, Abishai SSI. 

Charles E. 1089. 

Elvira 54. Si]. 

Fernie A. loSP. 

Hepsibah M. 8S1. 

Mai-\-in R. 1089. 

Mary P. 1089. 
Tucker i^- Goodwin 819. 
Tueker, Addie E. 922. 

Almeda J. 914. 

Alta 914. 

xVnjanette Id^O. 

Harry A. 914. 922. 

Jose])hine II. 914. 

Levi M. 914. 

Lr)cke H. 914. 

Mui-rny E. 923. 

Roy S. 914. 
Tufts, Asa A. 1015. 



!83. 



Tule, Lucy D. 91li. 
Tully, William Dr. Kit;. 
Tunnicliff, Hannah Ij. 4S7. 
Tunnisou, Lawrence l(i91. 

Leota H. 1091. 
Tupper, Emily S. 262. 8:J1. 
835. 
GeorgcF. orT. 262. S:;i. 

835. 
Katie S. 2G2. S31. 835. 
Turner, Georgiana R. S. 
328. 
Julia A. 1052. 
Tuttle, Abigail L 867. 
Celia I. 309. 
Helen 583. 
Hiram S. 309. 
Jennie M. 1019. 
I Julia B. 309. 
j Lovisa 882. 
I Susan 105. 
j Twain, Mark 482. 
! Twining, IVlle V.. 784. 
I Tyler, Erastus II. 297. 
! Eveline H. 297. 
Sarah B. 297. 
William H. 166. 

! 

i Uline, Corinth E. 562. 
j Underhill, Ruby 1073. 1(N2. 
! L''nderwood Bolting Co. Sic 
; Underwooil, Rlioda 544. 

I Van Acker, Margaret 457. 
; Van .Mien. Julia 9S7. 

A an Alstyiie, Carrie E. 315. 
j Van Aiitwei'ii, Mary '>~. 



Index 



1273 



Vail Auken. Charles S. 
10(V4. ID.'jS. 

Elizabeth B. 1005. 

Cieorge 1005. 

George L. 1058. 

Howard 0. 105S. 

Ida B. 14. 1004. 105S. 

John 955. 

Lillian H. 105S. 

Millioent 0. 1004. 1058. 

Sopliia 0. 1004. 

Theronl004. 
Van Buren, ^lartin 115. 
^'au Campen, Eliza T. 104.3. 
Van Court, Eugene T. 798. 

Evalena J. 798. 

Leonora E. 79S. 

.Mabel E. E. 798. 

Marj- S. 798. 

William E. 798. 
Van De Mark, Addie E. 
1064. 

Alice 10(5.3. 

Ai-tlmr 106.3. 1095. 

Arthurs. 1012. 1063. 

Celia 1064. 

Charles 1012. 1064. 

Charles Mrs. 958. 

Charles H. 1012. 1063. 

Charles J. 1012. 

Charlotte S. 1012. 

Clara M. 1063. 

Edna 1064. 

Frederic 956. 

rre<lori.-k W. 1012. 1064. 

Josephine 1(112. 1062. 

Katie G. 1^95. 



Lanria 10(]4. 

Lillie 1064. 

Lillie A. 10(]3. 

Lottie 1064. 

Lottie E. 1063. 

Lottie S. 1012. 

Lydia C. 956. 

Marion 1064. 

Maude 1063. 

TJossie 1063. 

Susie P. 1063. 

Virgie 1095. 

Willis 1064. 
Vance, Governor 554. 

Nancy A. 573. 

Samuel C. 573. 
Vanderbilt, Commodore 

237. 
Vanderwacker, Nancy 660. 
Van De Vort, Sarah 993. 

995. 
Van Deusen, Alice M. 1058. 

Ambrose 1058. 

Harold A. 1( )5S. 

Millicent Van A. 1058. 

William 97. 
Van Duyn Dr. 261. 
Van Duzer, Sophia E. 184. 
Van Etten, Lydia lOOS. 

Mary C. 740. 

Nellie 846. 
Van Iloesen, Alice P. 1061. 

Henry B. 1061. 

Henry I. 1061. 
Van Hdiiscn. Ambrc'sia S. 

Ii»;i8. 
Van Loon, Etta ':\r. 874. 



1274 



Indkk 



Grace 874. 


Vibert, Helena A. 816. 


Thomas II. 874. 


Viets, Ben! ah 493. 


Vanomuin, C. 54n. 


Vinton, John 448. 


Van Schiiac'k. Albione L. 


Voltz, Bertha A. 205. 


333. 834. 


Edwai-d L. S. 205. 


P.yford C. 333. 834. 


John M. 205. 


Cahnn 333. 833. 


Susanna S. 205. 


Carrie L. 333. 833. 


William T. L. 205. 


Catharine L. 258. 334. 


Vosburgh, Abram 952. 


746. 834. 


Mary R. 052. 


Cornelius P. 258. 333. 




746. 8.34. 


Wade, Anna 938. 


Florence P. 333. 833. 


Anna L. 937. 


George S. .333. 833. 


Annettie PL 1073. lOS 


Henry C. 258. 333. 746. 


Carrie M. 1073. 1083. 


833. 


Eleuthia 038. 


John C. 258. 332. 746. 


Elizabeth 9.38. 


833. 


Fred B. 1073. 1083. 


Lonis F. 333. 834. 


George 937. 938. 


■ Louisa S. 257. 746. 


. Hannah 936. 


Mr. 170. 


Hannah S. 038. ' 


Maud B. 333. 834. 


Harry K. 1073. 1083. 


Peter 257. 258. 333. 746. 


Joseph 03S. 


Renetta S. 333. 833. 


Lucy 938. 


Pol)ert C. 333. 833. 


Lucy ^r. 937. 


Robert H. 258. 333. 746. 


Lydia 03S. 


833. 8.34. 


:\lai-tha M. 038. 


Van Sickles, Gill. fit 232. 


Martin 037. 03.S. 


Van Sycle, (UTtnido ]i)S7. 


Rena L. 1073. 1083. 


Van West, Annie P. 70. 


Thomas 038. 


Van Wyck, Aliraham 367. 


William 0.38. 


Cj-nthia A. 367. 


Wader, Clarissa P. 009. 


Velie' Charles D. 1063. 


Ja.'o!) A. 00'.). 


Loiiise K. 11)63. 


Wadhams, Clara E. 335. 


^^erhick, Calvin S3. 


Jessie M. 3.3.5. 


Lncretia ^f. 83. 


Lavei-no 3.35. 


Vil.l)frt, Amy H. 202. 


Morvin F. 335. 



Index 



1275 



Myrtie D. 335. 

Tniiiian II. 335. 
W'adsworth, flora V. 827. 

Frank 0. 827. 

Luna 0. 827. 

Minnie H. 827. 

Oi-ton L. 827. 
Wager, Albert R. S2G. 

David 826. 

David A. S2G. 

Margaretta R. S2G. 

Robert S2G. 
Wakefield, Elizabeth 207, 
Waldeu, Carrie M. 82G. 

Delia A. 826. 

Frank H. 826. 

Henry B. 826. 

Lovisa H. 826. 

Luna E. 826. 855. 
Waldo & Hyde 695. 
\Valdo, Loren P. 679. 
Waldron, George E. 6SS. 

Georgiana S. 688. 
Walker, Anna B. 2U9. 

Anne 883. 

Annie M. 887. 

Charles H. 192. 

Eliza A. 870. 

Mary 1025. 

Rev. 278. 

Sarah S. 192. 
Wallace, Alfred II. 1074. 

Blanche E. W. 257. 

Clarence PI. I(i74. 

Donald Mck'. Sir 723. 

Hugh J. 1M74. 

Ida J. 1074. 



James E. I(i74. 

James L. li)74. 

Jane B. 1074. 

Jessie B. 1074. I(i95. 

Margarette lii74. 

Mary A. 1074. 1U95. 

Mary F. 1074. 

"William J. 1074. 

William ^IcAW 257. 
Waller, Thomas M. 694. 
Walsh, Anna M. 500. 

Charles 1093. 

Elizabeth D. 1093. 

R. 1093. 
W^alters, Cynthia C. 41. 

Minnie 855. 

IThomas 41. 
Walthai-t, Hattie 998. 
Waltz, Mary 819. 
Wanet, Rosalie S. 823. 
Ward, Betsey 112. 

Charles B. 821. 

Charles L. 821. , 

Floretta B. 821. 

Floretta S. 821. 

John 112. 

Lora A. 821. 

Maria 491. 

Mary B. 821. 

Minerva UK id. 1053. 

Sally B. 112. 
Wardwell, Catharine 366. 

Electa 132. 134. 
Ware. Enoch 905. 

Eunice 417. 

Hannah 801. 

Hannah M. 905. 



1276 



Index 



Iluklali 890. 

Larissa A. 905. 

Lena M. 905. 

Lucius J. 905. 

Walter 0. 905. 
Warfield, Doris E. 387. 

Eva H. 387. 

Frank A. 387. 
Wariner, Ilannali 330. 
Waring, Celestia 1073. 
Warner, CaiTie 376. 

Charles Dudley 723. 

Charles H. 372. 388. 

Cliarlotte S. CG4. 

Chauncey ]\L 390. 

Daniel 415. 452. 

Ebenezer 37G. 

Electa 120. 

Ella C. 389. 

George M. 390. 

Hannah 452. 

Hannah S. 415. 452. 

Herliert E. 376. 

Hiram AV. 664. 

Rosea 452. 

Ida 376. 

Lsabella W. 388. 

Josiah B. 372. 388. 

Kate B. 390. 

Lueinda 949. 

Lucinthia C. 359. 

Martha E. 376. 

:\rary 353. 

Miiry P. 6()4. 

Xcllle 1). .388. 

Xorinan J. 389. 

Olive 388. 



; Olive H. 372. 
■ Panielia 868. 
I Sarah J. 1057. 
' William J. 372. 389. 
j William S. 664. 
! William T. 372. 
j Willis C. 390. 
"Warren, Adaline C. 510. 

Alvord C. 801. 
i Annie M. 725. 
1 Cynthia E. 263. 766. 
: David M. 725. 

Ellen E. 584. 
, Fanny E. 584. 
; Francis E. 263. 267. 274. 
I 766. 

Fraukie 175. 

Fred 175. 

Frederick E. 273. 771. 

Gladys 802. 

Helen F. 273. 771. 

Helen M. S. 263. 609. 
766. 

J. J. Co. 584. 

Janice A. 725. 

James J. 583. . 

Janet S. 725. 

John H. 510. 

Jolm M. 583. 584. 
I Josejih General 263. 
i 583. 

Jose])h S. 263. 766. 

Mary 5^0. 

iSlary E. 583. 

:\lary S. 801. 
: :Mary AV. 584. 
! Philemon 583. 



Index 



Sfiiiitor L'fjo. 272. 7G7. 

Susan 579. 
Warri'ii Live Stock Co. 

2(i.3. 274. 
W'arri'U Mereautile Co. 265. 

274. 
W'aniner, Sarah A. 562. 

So[iliic 5l3l. 

Soiiliie ]\[. 725. 
Waslilmrn .V" Ahu-ri 544. 
Waslibum, Auna 5'U. 

Harriet P. 46;i. 

Levi 504. 

Royal 469. 
Washingtou, General 4S5. 
759. 1044. 

President 245. 
Waterhonse, Enuna 50. 

324. 
Watkins, Charles A. 5S5. 

Elizabeth 5S0. 

Maria C. 5S5. 

Maiy E. 585. 
^\■atroas. Alfred 41. 

Aiirelia M. 41. 

Clara L. 49. 325. 

Daniel 39. 

Emma 50. 

Eveline A. 41. 

Eveline M. 41. 

GraceM. 49. 325. 

Harriet 39. 

Leo i9. 325. 

Lury ^1. 4'.). ::24. 

Marion 11. 49. 324. 

Marv C. 692. 



; Polly 4S6. 
iWatson, Phnirhe 711. 

Chauncey 711. 
I Enmia 712. 824. 

Frances E>. 255. 

Frank 712. 
j Louise 712. 824. 
{ Mary E. 561. 562. 711. 

Nettie 712. 

Submit SS6. 
AVattles, Sophia 113. 
Watts, Althea D. 253. 

John n. 253. 
Way, Belle L. 396. 

Betsey 884. 

Cassius 385. 

Charles D. 370. .385.396. 

Daniel 66. 370. 

Esther 1097. 

Ethelinda 52. 66. 

Harriet H. 370. 

John B. 3711. 

Kate C. 385. 

:\raria W. 392. 698. 

Ruth 66. 

Walter 1). 396. 
AVebb, J. W. 748. 

Margaret 748, 

Xancy M. 748. 

Susan 750. 
Webster, Daniel 472. 

Emily J. 393. 

Xoali'655. 

W. C. Kev. 895. 
We.'ks. Alalia 249. 
AVelser. AV. P. Dr. 210. 
Welch, Cai-rie 329. 



V27S 



Index 



Welch, Ed S. lO-i.-). 

Minnie D. 1(>45. 
^Veld, Alice M. 3(1(3. 

Elmer D. 306. 

Evrena 30(5. 

Temperance S. 30G. 

Willard 30G. 
Welles, Alice B. 806. S51. 

Cassius T. Mrs. 873. 

Charles B. 806. 851. 

Charles P. 663. 

Charles T. GG3. 806. 851. 

Edith S. SOG. 851. 

Esther E. SoG. 851. 

Gideon 236. 

Jane S. 663. 

John S. 806. 851. 

Mary C. 663. 805. 
Wells, Alice M. 25G. 

Ann C. 156. 

Anna !25C). 

Anna C. 255. 

Anna ]\[. 155. 

Blanche E. 256. 

Caroline A. 156. 

Chaimcey H. 812. 

Chauncey R. GS2. 

Dan L. 347. 

Daniel E. 330. 

Daryl E. 1007.' 

Edith S. 9(t8. 

Elihu 345. 347. 

Elihu C. 347. 

Eiisha A. 155. 

Eliznliotli 8'-;2. 

Emcline \i. (ISl. 

Eunice 686. 



Fannie P. 812. 

George E. 681. 

Hannah H. 345. ,347. 

Helen E. 682. 

Hetiry C. 156. 

Horace E. 156. 256. 

Horace L. 256. 330. 

James 908. 

James Mrs. 897. 

Jane C. 156. 

John H. 421. 

Julia W. 256. 

Lemuel M. 156. 256. 

Levi 421. 

Lillian G. 331 

Lydia 347. 

Lydia V 56. 256. 

Mabel E G82 

Maria C. 256. 

Martha E. 156. 

Maiy 347. 

Mary A. 156. 

Mary C. 330. 

Olive C. 812 

Osgood H.G82. 812. 
Welsh, Hannah 653. 
Wenkel, Frances 692. 
AVest, Abigail T. 485. 

Elizabeth S 453. 

Erastus 485. 

Katharine W. 1041. 

Linus 486. 

iSFary D. 485. 

Melissa 486. 

Nancy R. 486. 

Punderson 4S6. 

Roswell 453. 



Index 



'..Volcii. Alexaiid. r J. 1010. 

Ali.-o E. Kill'. 

AiiK'lia !J18. 

C.a-iiL-Iia S. 11)10. 

K. 1). (i.jS. 

Frank II. S31. 

FraTik :\I. 1010. 

ilarrv A. 1010. 

llattie P 11 110. 

.Jaim's II. 1010. 

Julia AV. 25G. 

Lieut. Gov. 7o8. 

Lillian H. 1010. 

^labeir.SSl. 

Murial A S31. 
Wctlierl.y. Charles T.4(;2. 

Martha F. 402. 
AA'tuiorL', Faunie S. ;J25. 

James 8. 325, 

Judah L. 325. 

^lary T. 325. 
Wetzler, Amelia .S43. 
W'lialey, Alexander 055. 

Edward Gotj. 

Helen J. 0-55. 

Jeru^ha P 055. 

"W'yamarus 050. 
vVheat. .lames 157. 

Lovisa II. 157. 

Pennelia 157. 
nheathmd. Henry 470. 477. 

Martha G. 471!. 

Mary C. 470. 

Kh'han' 470. 

SO'i'htn (1. 47^. ' 
WhraO.u, Ilattie 1m74. 
Wheeler .\: WilM.n 072. 
[GO J 



A'heel M-, Ada -00, 

Ada ^1. 7;;'j. 

Bessie M. S42. 

Celia S. '<42 

Darius M. 739. 

Edith X. S42. 

Eliza A. 871. 

Ella J. 842. 

ElonE 653. 

Frank A. 842. 

Henry 842. 

Horace 053, 

Ida E. 799. 

John L. 740. 842. 

May C. S55. 

Xo Milan (_). 053. 799. 

Phoda AI. 053. 

Vea G. 740. 

Willis 8.55. 
Whipple, Catharine Al. 
1041. 

Clark B. 502. 

Ernest G. 1041. ' 

Esther I. .502. 

Fanny G. 1040. 

Frederick C. 1(140. 

Hnldah II. SS4. 

Pennelia 108. 

Reuben B. 1040. 1041. 
White, A. V. 835. 

Alvin 917. 

Bertie 917. 

Charles E. 734. 

Ed-ar C. liHiO. 

Eli 412. 

Elizabeth >10. 

Allen A.:;s9. 



1280 



Index 



Eunice 458. 
Frank 017. 
Frank K. 735. 
Harriot AV. C. 2-iS. 
Hazel J. 339. 
Herbert W. lOOG. 
Isabel 1006. 
Jabez L. 525. 530. 
James V. lOOG. 
James ^Y. 339. 
Jessie K. 339. 
Joanna H. 459. 
Joel 412. 
John L. 917. 
Jose})liine M. 528. 
Julia M. GGG. 
L. J. 835. 
Lowell 917. 
Lydia 412. 702. 
Lydia M. 405. 412. 
Madaline 734. 
Marcia A. 917. 
]\Iartha P. lOOG. 
Man- 412. 
Mary F. 869. 
Mary J. G61. 
Mary S. 525. 
Miner 8G9. 
PLel)e A. F. 528. 
Hosella M. 917. 
Samuel 405. 412. 
Sarali P. lOOG. 
Saiepta 835. 
?;usan F. 7.34. 
vSu.'^auua 482. ; 

Sujauua H. 917. ' 



Thoma.s J. 528. 

Turner 459. 

W. A. lOOG. 

Willard 248. 

AViunie A. 917. 
AMiitiug, Col. SG4. 
AVhitmau, Alarous Dr. r;5(l 

llev. 897. 
AA'Litmore, Bela 955. 

Charles Al. 910. 

Clajion H. 910. 

Helen G. 910. 

Julia A. 910. 

Lena M. 910. 

Marj- L. 999. 

Mercy D. 952. 

Eachel S. 999. 

Samuel 999. 

AVells 952. 955. 
Whitney. Edna B. 1095. 

Eliza B. 105G. 

Emma B. 1094. 

Eveline G. G55. 

Henry B. 105G. 11)94. 

Isabella 388. 

Loa E. 1056. 

Martha 566. 

Oscar J. IdJG. 

Spencer L. G55. 
Whittetnore. Franklin 5<i2. 

William L. 5(;2. 
AVliittier. .loliu G. 235. IH',: 
Whittlesey. E. Dr. 701. 

Alary 233. 
AVi-htman, Carrie II. G5:i. 

Cyrus 1). (15'.i. ^(.'4. 

Elias B. G59. 804. 



Index 



Ktliclyu E. Sou. 

Etheylin E. StU. 

I.la M. 8()4. 

.loM'pliiiie L. S()4. 

Kittle D. SOi. 

Soiihia I. G59. 
Willuir, DeithaA. !)15. 

Dorotliea D. E. 730. 

Earl M. Tod. 

Eleanor W. 915. 

Henry L. 915. 

Lafayette 730. 

Mercy M. 730. 
Wilcox, Abigail S. 4G3. 

Albert S. 544. 

Allen C. 545. 

Augustus 655. 

Azubah 419. 

Beulali 420. 4(32. 

Beulah R. 4G3. 542. 

Calvin 60. 68. 72. 

Calvin E. 542. 

Cah-in G. 60. 72. 

Calvin H. 463. 542. 

Charlotte S. 60. 68. 72. 

Clara E. 545. 706. 

Clarissa M. 460. 

Ebenezer 419. 

Edmund 420. 463. 

Edward 463. 544. 

Eleazer 419. 420. 463. | 

Eleazer II. 463. 542. j 

Electa :\[. 655. 

Elihu 419. 

Eliza II. 5-14. 

Elizabeth 419. 

Elizabeth B. 464. 



I'-lizabethC. 464. 
Elizabeth K. 4(i3. 
Ellen M. 463. 
Elmer .1. 655. 
Elmina 891. 
Ehv\Ti ^V. 543. 
Emeline C. 460. 
Esther 463. 
E.sther F. 463. 
Esther M. 463. 
Etta M. 8(^3. 
Ezra 419. 
Ferdinand F. 544. 
Flora E. 545. 
Flora R. 655. 803. 
Gaylord 891. 
George M. 460. 
George N. 803. 
George 0. 460. 
George AV. 464. 
Gilbert A. 803. 
Gladys M. 803. 
Glen R. 803. 
Grace A. 803. 
Gustavus II. 460. 
Harriet N. 463. 
Henry G. (iO. 72. 
Henry M. 464. 
Her])ei-t B. 544. 
.Jane A. (155. 8o3. 
Jehiel 418. 
.]erusha420. 
.lerusha W. 410. 
Laura na (,). 460. 
Leoiianl 4(i:;. 544. 
Lucinda B. 543. 
Lncv 462. 



12S2 Index 

Luniau C;. 4G4. | Luther A. '.inn. !ii."3. 

Liimund 420. 4(U. Meliiitha B. Ihm). 

Lydia 41S. 419. 420. AVillard, Autoiuottt- .3G4. 

Lydiu ^I. 418. FrancL-s E. 723. 

Lydia W. 419. Mrs. 171. 

Mary 418. 42n. 41)2. Willey, Cajitaiu 97. 

Mary F. 4(i3. David 3n. 

Mary H. 545. Elizabeth 067. 

Mary M. 419. 464. Johu IW. 

:Merritt L. (]55. 803. Eaoliel M. 30. 

MoHie M. 419. Sarah 93(;. 

Moses F. 4(J3. : Williams, Adabel 45. 

Nellie 543. : Addie 15. 340. 

Nelson A. 00. 72. Adeline Al. 45. 

Obadiah 41 '9. 420. Alice S. 322. 

Oliver 419. 4Gn. Charles S. 230. 

Oriuda C. SiH. Elizabeth 48n. 

Philistia 403. ' Elsie B. 291. 

lihoda L. 544. Ennneline B. 239. 

IJosaliG E. 545. • f:theni. 51. 

Sally K. 403. Eu-enia M. 921. 

Samuel M. 404. Fleteher ^l. 847. 

Sanford G. 544. Flora S. 007. 

Sarah 4(i3. 544. Frances C. 239. 

Sarah N. 543. Frank A. 322. 

Sarah "\V. 542. Frank IL 45. 51. 

Valeria 403. 543. Frederick II. 45. 

Valeria .V. 545. I Grace II. 51. 

Wild. Silas 447. '' Harriet 409. 

Wilder, Anna 8!)1. ' Ida ^1. 45. 51. 

Wilkius. Ahram 900. ' Isal-cil.- 2;'.!». 

Alliert 15. 900. Jennie S. 322. 

Dennis L. 915. dohn 007. 

l^eauor A. P. 9nl. 915. Jonathan C. 239. 

Ei:ima G. 915. .Inlia F. 0';7. 

Erwin < ). 9uii. KcsNt J. 847. 

John S. 901. Laura U. 007. 



LutlKT P.. 340. 
Miiitha Y. S47. 
Mary S. 239. 
Minnie 787. 
Xdlie :J2-2. 
riiL'l)e T. 951). 
Kebefca C. CG7. 
Sally CG7. 
Saimiel E. G(J7. 
Sparrow 667. 
Thmuas N. 667. 
WiruiTit 950. 
Worlli S47. 
W'illiniiison, Charle 
]('95. 
Helen L. 777. 77 
Jessie \V. JOU'j. 
-Mell.a A. ]()95. 
Samuel 777. 
Isdii. Alniina 73.' 
Anna I). 327. 
diaries J. 327. 
Elsie C. 2.-)2. 
Giles S. 252. 
IIe!.-n D. 252. 
.John ]^r. 252. 
John G. 252. 
John S. 378. 
Lou C. K. 252. 
Ly.lia P. 542. 
M'ary IL 37S. 
Xatliaiiiel 542. 
Paul D. 252. 
Samuel ]M. 37S. 
Sarah 542. 
Susan n. 11)05. 
ilt.M'. Chr.rles M. 



W 



s C. 



\V 



Edna A. S2S. 

Frank P. 717. 82S. 

Ida P. S2S. 

Ida J. 717. S2S. 

Irving S2S. 

Johu^H. 828. 

Kate C. S2S. 

Lueinda P.. 828. 

Lydia P. 716. 

Nora F. 828. 

Pansy E. 828. 

^Yilliam H. 716. 

Willie 1). 717. 
Wimiile Eliza C. 361. 
AVincli, Caleb 410. 

Esther P. 410. 
Win-, ^[ary 1004. 
Winham. Dai.y M. 61. 72. 

W. P. L. Dr. 72. 

Helen 72. 
AVinthrop, Governor 319. 
Wise, John 411. 

Phoda 411. 

Sai-ah r. 411. 
Wisner, Elder 956. 
Wilherell. Adelaide 122. 
Witherstine. .Alary E. 796. 
Witter. :\[ary 984. 

Polly 9S4. 
Woleott, Anna F. 792. 

Emelia m. 

Emily 941 1. 

Georire ^^90. 

^lyra .Af. 890. 

P.M^er 940. 10'.)9. 
^ Thomas 792. 
Wolt\ Xeltio 711. 



Index 



Seplia 7(K. 
WollV, AllisuuL. 7'.). 
Artluir L. 7'J. 
Faustina IsL 78. 
George E. 79. 
James 11. 78. 
Loren E. 70. 
Jklabel 70. 
:\Iary E. 70. 

:\nitoii ^r. 70. 

Kolan.l U. 70. 
AVouson, Ernest C. ]Mr. and 
:\rrs. 6U. 

Martha L. R. rA2. 

AVaverly T. 012. 
Wood r.ros. 08r,. 
"Wood. P.enson 048. 085. 
1(K30. 

Charles 37. 

Cjnithia Isl. 37. 

P^sther R. 047. 

.lane J. in:!0. 

•Jennie .1. 0S5. 

Juiui 450. noi. 

•Tolm C. 1072. 
Laura E. 1072. 
Louisa 578. 
Lydia^[. 450. 1101. 
.Pele.G- 947. 048. 
Sadie 1072. 
Sopliia 4.50. 
Stephen 450. 
Tlianld-ul 5r,2. 
Yir-il 047. 
Wod.hird, J'^lk-n .1. 1(147. 
I':iuretta A. Iii47. 
Ueorse A. 1047. 



James B. 1047. 
John E. 1047. 
Josei)h 1047. ' 
Mary L. 1047. 
Moses F. 1047. 
Stephen 1047. 
William B. 1047. 
Woodl)rid-e, Alice 454. 
Christoi>her A. 454. 
Mar>' 68G. 
, Mary S. 454. 
Woodlmll, Eliza ^1. C. 50i 
John A. 50O. 
Joseph 952. 
AVoodruff, T. L. 9G(i.' 
AVoods, Clinton E. 332. 
Florence E. 332. 
Ida N. H. 332. 
Sai-ah 616. 
AVoodward, Helen 378. 
Ida M. 618. 
Jessie il. 618. 
Nathan 0. 018. 
Sarah T. 618. 
AVilliam C. 637. 
Woodworth, Ann J. 832. 
Carl C. 742. 832. 
Celia C. 742. 
Henry P. 338. 
Inez S. 742. 
Isabella A. 338. 
.lessie J. 742. 832. 
Laurin I). 742. 832. 
Lola A. 742. 

Lucy r. ;;3>. 

^lary L. 742. 
Worden, Luther 0!)8. 



Index 



1285 



Sarah W^. 

Sarali P. ;n)>^. 
W..1-1V1. Ellen D. 105'.\ 
WdrthingtoLi, Benjamiu E 
148. 

Ivlward mi. 

Elizabeth AV. GG7. 

Kmily C. 14S. 

K'ate GOT. 
Wii-ht, Alexander .T.32S. 

Ada W. 'J(t3. 

Arthur L. 903. 

AsenathC. 179. 1215. 

C. C. 580. 

Carey I). 328. 

Charles 179. 442. 

Don A. 903. 

Elroy 903. 

Eliso A. 179. 282. 

Eniroy 9(t3. 

Helen M. ISO. 283. G09. 

Jason S. 1038. 

John E. G72. 

Jonathan 102. 

Louisa 215. 

Louisa :\[. 903. 

Lulu W. G7'.). 

^[a})el II. 328. 

Martha :\rrE. 442. 

]\Iary P.. 1038. 

Xathau 179. 215. 

Phineas 459. 

Rev. 123. 

Sallyl42. 179. 

Strpheu A. 9n;!. 

Susanna 192. 

'J'lyphena 11)2. 



Tryphena C. 102. 

Williaiu 278. G09. 

William S. 180. 277. . 

Zilpah 45!). 

Zilpnh C. 459. 
Wylie, Lura ^L 337. 394. 
"W'ynian, Amy I>. I(i77. 

Louise P. 1077. 

William E. lo77. 
Wyoming Phonograjih Co. 
274. 

Yale, Edith M. 48. 

Elwood 48. 

EraTik 48. 

Fred L. 48. 

Julia ^L 48. 

Lina 878. 

Oliver 48. 
Yanudl, 1>. E. 9GG. 
Yates. Stella A. 1050. 
Yoder, Dr. 272. 
Y'oung, Ada 749. 

Alkennie 83G. 

Amba 749. 

Azelea L. 1090. 

Pertha 749. S3G. 

Catharine Gr,(i. 

Cathaiine P. S:\i\. 

Catharine II. 74!1. 

Dorothea 87G. 

Edward 749. 837. 

Elizabeth II. 109(1. 

EhuoreP. 1090. 

ILutic 749. ^3i;. 

llattie \l. 749. 

HuraecC. 87G. 



J Index 



Lla C. S7G. 
Joaima 719. 
Johnnie S'36. 
Jonathan 740. 
Joseph 749. 
Laura P.. S7(i. 
Losie 8oG. 



Lyslo (}. lUMU. 
U. J. 749. 
^rira S. 749. . 
Newton C S7G. 
Sophia S].3. 

Zeillino-er. Marv R. C>i] 



APPENDIX 



CONTAINING 



GENEALOGIES OF ALLIED FAMILIES 



VITAL STATISTICS 



MIDDLEFIELD, MASS., AND OTHER TOWNS 



OTHER SUBJECTS OF INTEREST 



APPENDIX 



ONE LIST OF "PASSENGEKS OF THE MAY. 
FLO WEIL" 



The names of tliose wliieh came over first, in ye year 
li'.-JO and were l)y the blessing of God the first iH'g-innors 
;iiid (in a soil) the foundation of all the Plantations and 
I'uldnies in Xow En2,'land; and theii- families. 

Mr. John Carvpr; Katlii'ine his wife Desire ]\[inter; 
and 2 man servants. 

.J<j]ni Unnhnid, Roger Wilder; William Latham a. boy; 
and a maid servant and a child yt was pnt to him called 
■ lasper ]\Iore. 

Mr. William Breast, r; M-a\\ his wife; with 2 sons, 
wiiose names were Love and Wrasling; and a boy was put 
to him called Pichard More and another of his brothers. 
The rest of his children were left behind and came over 
afterwards. 

Mr. Edininl Winshnr; Elizabeth his wife; and 2 men 
servants, called G<nrgcSonie and Elias Story; also a 
little girle was put to him called Ellen the sister of Pich- 
ard More. 

M'illiam Briiilfard and Porotliy his wife having but one 
I'hilde a sone left behind who came afterward. 

.I/'-. IsiOirk AlUrtnn. and Mary his wife; with 3 
i'hil<lren, Bartholomew Pemeniber and ^Mary and a ser- 
vant boy John Hooke. 

Mr. SaiMtrl FuUi'r and a servant called William But- 
ti'U — His wifr was Ix'hind and a child which came after- 
wards. 

■ Joliu Criil-.-hoi and his sone .Tolm Crakston. 



1290 -<>'<- ArrENDix 

Captain Mijlcs Stinidish and Rose liis wife. 
Mr. CJiriitophcr Maitit) and his wife and two .servant- 
Salamou Prowor and .Tolm Langemore. 

Mr. William MnlVni's and his wife and 2 chiklren ^^■- 
ejih and Prisc-illa and a servant Robart Carter. 

Mr. Williiun White and Siisana his wife and one ^mir 
called Iiesolvcd and one borne a ship-bord cal]e<l rcic 
griene; and 2 servants named AVilliani Ilolbeck and l^d- 
ward Thomson. 

Mr. Sterrii. IIopl-i»s and Elizabeth his wife and -J 
children call'-'d Giles and Constanta, a daugliter both by 
a former wife ; and 2 more by this wife called Damari^ and 
Oceanns; the last was borne at sea; and 2 servants calli'il 
Ednord Dof>j and Edward Litster. 

Mr. I'ichard W<irr( u; but his wife and children were 
leftc behind aiid came afterwards. 

• John BilUntun and Elen his wife; and 2 sones John ami 
Francis. 

Edward Tillic and Ann his wife; and 2 children tbat 
were cossens, Henry Samson and IlumlUity Cojier. 

John TilUc and his wife; and Elizabeth their daugh- 
ter. 

Fronds Cooke and his sone .Tohn. But his wife and 
other children came afterwards. 

Tho)nns lingers and .Joseph hi.-, soue. llis othei' chil- 
dren came afterwards. 

Thomas T inker and his wife, and a sone. 

J<din r,i(jdidr and Alice his wife. 

Jamrs CliiUnii and his wife and ^Mary their dau^litcr. 
-They had another daughter yt was married, came after- 
ward. 

Edivard FuUrr and his wife and Sr.muell their sonin'. 

J'dia Tiirnrr and 2 sones. ITe had a daughter cam.- 
s^no years after to Salem wher she is now living-. 

fraiK is Eain,i. and Sarah his wife and Samuell, tl'.r-ir 
sone a vom: child. 



All'ENDIX 121)1 

.l/,/,y.>r.s FU.trhcr, JuLn C'ludtmni, Thnnui.^ Wllluim.i, 
:> ,/■ rii- Picist, Echnond Mnrtj>:\^oii, L'vtcr Broiiue, Eich- 
.;tfl Biittev'ujt, Richard Chirkt, Uichuid Gurdenar, Gi'l- 
;,..,/ U'iuslatr. 

.InJin Ahhti \va.s hired for a cooiier at South Hampton, 
wlier the ship victuled; and lieing a liopfull yong man was 
'iiucii desired, Imt left to his owne lildiig- to go or stay 
when he came here; but he stayed and maryed here. 

./'//;«. Allt'don and TJwnias Enlish, were both hired, 
lie hiter to goe Mr of a shalop here and ye other was re- 
1 lilted as one of ye company, but was to go back (being 
a scaniau) fur the help of others behind. But they both 
lived here before the shipe returned. 

There were allso other 2 seamen hired to stay a year 
lii'iT in the country William Trevore and one Ely. But 
wlnn their time was out, they both returned. These 
1. ruing aboute a hundred sowls. came over in this first 
>liil» and began this worke, which God of his goodness 
liath hithertoo blesed ; let his holy name have ye praise. 

And seeing it hath pleased him to give me to see 30 
years completed since these beginings ; and that the great 
w (nks of his providence are to be observed I have thought 
it not unworthy my paiues to take a view of the decreas- 
ings and iucreasings of these persons and such ehangs 
;ts have passed over them and theirs, in this thirty years. 
It may be of some use to such as come after; l)ut, however, 
1 .-hall rest on my owne benefite. T will therefore take 
tlium in order as they lye. 

Mr. Carver and his wife dyed the iirst year; he in ye 
spring, she in ye somei-; al-o his man Roger and ye little 
boy Jasper dyed before either of them, of ye conmione 
infection. 

to her friends ami jiroved not 
1-higland. llis servant boy 
2i' years <tay in the <>ountry. 
ii-om theiiee to the r.alianu' 
■s, and thor with some olhei's. 



l)e^ 


^ire ^li 


nter re 


turned 


verv 


well :i 


md dy 


ed in 


Lati.;i 


im. ;;rti 


■r nior 


e than 


.Vent 


into 1' 


]nglaiMl 


1 and 


islam 


Is in N 


•e We> 


t Indie 



1292 Ari'icxDix 

was starwd for want tif fund. His maid SL-rvaiit niai-ir,i 
and dyed .a year or tow after, Iww in this iilacc. ]li> 
servant Joliu irowlaud niaried tlio daugliter of John Til 
lie, Elizabeth and they are both now living and Ifave In 
children, now all living, and tlieir eldest daugLter liatii 
4 children And their 2 daugliters 1 ; all living— And oIIkt 
of their children niari^igable. So, 15, are come of theni. 

Mr. Brewster lived to very old age; about 80 yeat> 
he was when he dyed, having lived some 23 or 24 yeais 
here in ye countrie and though his wife dyed long befuic, 
yet she dyed aged. His sone Wrastle dyed a yong man un- 
married ; his sone Love lived till this year, 1G50, and dyed 
and left 4 children, now living. 

His daugliters which came over after him are dead, 
but have left sundry children alive; his eldest sone is 
still liveing and hath 9 or 10 children; one maried, who 
hath a child or 2. 

Richard More, his brother dyed the first winter; but 
he is maried and hath 4 or 5 children, all living. 

Mr. Ed: Winslow his wife dyed the first winter; and he 
maried with the widow of Mr. AVhite and hath 2 children 
living by her mariagable. l)esides sundry that are dead. 
One of his servants dyed, as also the little girle, soone 
after the shijis arivall. But his man George Sowle is still 
living and hath 8 niildre. 

"William Bradford, his wife dyed soone after their ari- 
vall ; and he maried agaiue, and hath 4 children, ."5 whereof 
are maried. 

Mr. AUerton. his wife dyed with the first, and his ser- 
vant John Hooke. His son Bartle is nuiried in England 
but T know not how many chihlren he 
Kemeniber is maried at Salem and 1 
livin-. And his daughter :\Iary is m, 
4 chiniren. Him selfe maried ,-maiiie 
Mr. IWew-ter and hath one >o!ie liv 
is loni; since dead. And he is mari 



latli 

itli 


His dau-htrr 
J (U- 4 chihlren 


ried 
vith 


here, and hath 
y,- daughter nf 


d a 


ly her, tmt she 
^aine and hath 



Appp:m)1X 1293 

l.-fl this place loui; agoo So 1 account liis increase to ho 
s, l)csidos his sous iu England. 

Mr. Fuller, his sei-\-ant dye«l at sea; and after his wife 
.■;inie over, he had tow children by her, which are living 
and growue up to years ; Init he dyed some 15 years agoe. 

.fohu Crakston dyed in the first mortality; and a1)oat 
some 5 or G years after, his soue dyed: ha^■iug lost him- 
M'lfe in ye wodes, his feet became frozen which put him 
into a feavor of which he dyed. 

Captain Staudish his -^nfe dyed in the first sickness 
and he maried agaiue and hath 4 soues liveiug and some 
are dead. 

(Xote. Capt. Standish d. Oct. 3, lGo5.) 

'Mr. Martin lie and nil his dyed in th.e first infection 
not long after the arivall. 

Mr. Molines and his wife, his sone and his servant 
il\ed the first winter. Only his daughter Priscilla sur- 
vived and maried with John Aldeu who are both living, 
and have 11 children, and their eldest daughter is maried 
aTid hath five children. 

Mr. "White and his 2 servants dyed soone after thcr 
landing His wife maried with ]Mr. Winslow (as is before 
noted) His 2 sons are maried and Eesolved hath 5 chil- 
dren Peregriue tow, all living. So their increase are 7. 

Mr. Hopkins and his wife are now both dead but they 
lived above 20 years in this i>lace and had one sone and 
4 daughters borne here. Ther son became a seaman and 
dyed at Barbadoes. one daughter dyed here and 2 are 
inai-ried; one of them hath 2 children; and one is yet to 
niary. So their increase which still suia'ive are 5. 15ut 
his sone Giles is maried and hath 4 children. His daugh- 
ter Constanta is also maried and hath 12 children all of 
tlii'in living and one of them nuiried. 

Mr.Kichard AVarren lived some 4 or 5 years. and had his 
wife cuim' (A'er t<i him by whum he had 2 sons before he 
dyed; and one of them "i< maryed and liatli 2 .•liildren. 
So his increase is 4. Dut he had 3 daughters more come 



I29i APi'ENnix 

over wltli his wife wlio are all iiiaried and living aud liavc 
many children. 

John Dillintou. after lie had heeu here 10 years \va.- 
executed for killing? a man; and his eldest sone dyed he- 
fore him; but his 2 sone is alive and maried aud hatii 
8 children. 

Edward Tillie and his wife both dyed soon after their 
arrivall and the girle Humility their cousen was sent fur 
into England and dyed ther. But the youth Henry Sam- 
son is still liveing and is maried and hath 7 children. 

John Tillie and his wife both dyed a little after they 
came ashure and their daughter Elizabeth maried with 
John Ilowlaud and hath issue as is before noted. 

Francis Cooke is still living, a very olde man aud hath 
seen his childi'en's children have children. After hi> 
wife came over (with other of his children) he hath 3, still 
living by her all married and have 5 children, so their 
increase is S. aud his soue John which came over with 
him is maried, aud hath 4 children living. 

Thomas Kogers dyed in the first sielaiess but his soue 
Joseph is still living and is maried and hath G children. 
The rest of Thomas Rogers (children) came over, and 
are maried and have many children. 

Thomas Tinker aud his wife aud sone all dyed in the 
first sickness. Aud so did John Kigdale aud his wife. 
James Chilton aud his wife also dyed in the first infec- 
tion. I!ut their daughter Mary is still living aud hath '.' 
childi-eu aud one daughter is maried and hath a child; 
so their increase is 10. 

Edward Fuller and his wife dyed soon after they came 
ashiire; but their sone Saumell is liviug aud maried aud 
hath 4 rhildren or more. 

dohu Turner and his 2 sones all dyed iu the fii'st sick- 
ness.^ Ihit he hath a daughter still liviug at Salem, well 
maried and ai'proved of. 

Fran.'i-^ Eaton, his first wife dyed iu the geneiall sick- 
ness and he uuiried and his "Jd wife dved and lie maried 



ArrENDix ■ 1295 

;■ .• ;:.l jiiiil liail liy Irt 3 cliikheii. Cue of them is uiaried 
,i'.J. ii;it!i a cliiM: tlic otiier are liviiiic but one of them is an 
,i.-..i,' Jk- dvtd about IG years agoe. Ilis sone Samuell 
V. lio .•aine over a suckiiiy cbikl is allso maried and liatb. 
.! child. 

Moy.-is Fletcher, Thomas Williams, Digerie Preist, 
.I..hu Goodman. Edmond Margeson, Richard Britteridge, 
!;icliard Clarke. All these dyed sone after their arivall 
III tlie general sickness that befell. i3ut Digerie Preist 
!;;id his wife and children sent hither afterwards she be- 
iiil: .Mr. Allertou's sister. But the rest left no posteritie 

Irix. 

IJiehard Gardinar became a seaman and died in Eng- 
I.Uid or at sea. 

(iilbcrt AVinslow after diverse years aboad here, re- 
turned into Engh-iiid and dyed there. 

Peter Browne maried twice. By his first wife he had 
_' cLililreu, who are living and both of them maried and 
the one of them hath 2 children: by his second wife he 
liad 2 more. He dyed' about 16 years since. 

Tho!nas English and John Allerton dved in the generall 
siknes. 

.l.ihn Aldeu maried with Priscilla 'Mv. iVlolines his 
daimliter and had issue by her as is before related. 

Kdwnrd Dnty and Edward Lit^ter the servant^ of ^Ir. 
Ib'pkiiis. Litster after he was at liberty went to Vir- 
•-(iiiia aiid thei- dyed. lUit F^.dward Doty by a second wife 
hath 7 children and botli he and they are living. 

Of these ino persons which came first over in this lirst 
>hi|( together, the greater halfe dyed in the generall mor- 
tality; and most of them in 2 or three months time. And 
fnr those which survived though some were ancient ami 
past jirocreation and others left ye place and cmmtrie, 
yet of those few remaining are sprnu'.;- up. aliove liln pei-- 
-"!i- in this :',o years and -dw now lixin-j: in tli-~ ]>re<eiit 
>ear ](;,")(). he-idc'S many of tlu'ir children wliicli are dead, 
ami come not within this account. And of the old .-,tock 

[S2J 



120G Al'CENDIX 

(of one an<l dthcr) tluT arc yet lixing- this pn-sL-ut yc'ai- 
1(151) tn-rr ;!n por.-ons. Let the Loid have ye praise who i.- 
the ni,i;h Presen-er of men. 

Tuclve i/eisniis liveing of the old stock this present 
yoare KwH. 

Two persons liveiiiL;- that came over in the first ^hi|M 
1C)-J(I, tliis present yeare Itl^H). Iiesolved AVhite and ^[ai;. 
C'hnsnian the dau-hter of Mr. Allerton. And Juhn 
Cooke the son of Fraueis Cooke that came in the fir.-t 
ship is still living this present yeare 1094, and ]\Iai\ 
Cnshnian is still living this present year 1G9S. 

List as imblished in 1S47 and thought to be entirelx 
or very nearly correct; if any errors tlioy can never he 
proved.. 

Jfihit Cin-rcr, d. in April, 1(321. :i[rs. Carver, las wife. 
d. in .Alay. llc'l. 

Elizabeth. <laughter of }»Ir. Caiver an.;l afterwards 
irifr nf J nil,, ILnrhnid. 

(Xtifi-. The above statement has been found to be in- 
correct.) 

Jasper (the boy of Mv. Carver), d. Dec. fi, l(J-20. 

Join, llnnhnul' Three others of tiiis family d. before 
1(327. 

Willi. mi L-nnJfnrd. Mrs. Dorothy 13ra.lford (hi.- 
wife) drowne<l Dec. 7. 1(';20. 

E,hrai,l Witi4niv. Mrs. Klizabetli Winslow (his wifr) 
d. 'Mav. 2+, 1(;2')-1. Edward Winslow, dr., son of Edward. 
.Tohn ^Vins^)w, son of Edward. 

(leor--e Soule — in aliove family. 

William Brewster. Mrs. Brewster (his wife) Love 
Bnw-ter, son of William. 

Wrcstlin- Bi-ewster, son of AVilliam. 

AIi-s. Lucretia I3rewster, wife of Jonathan, the olde-t 
-on of bJder Brewstei-. . 

WiTliam Bi-ew-ter, -on of Jonnth.an. 

Is, 1. 1, AVrrtnu. .Mr.-. Mary Alierlon (his wife) d. Fe^. 

2rj. u;29-i. 



Ai'i'ENnix 



1-2'n 



!',.Mtlii>l<>im'w All(M-tnii, son of Isaac. 

i;,-iiu-inl>er Alleituii, dau. of Isaac. 

M;ii-y .Mlcrton, dau. of Isaac and aftenvards \vife of- 
i.Mcr The'iuas Cuslinian. Sarah Allciton dau-litcr of 
l-.i;i.- and aftenvards wife of Moses ]\Iaverick. 

.1/;/.- Strnunslt. Mrs. Kose Standish (iiis wife), d. 
.I.iny. ■2\l lt;i'0-l. 

.I'nlni Althnt. 

S.iwml FuUrr. 

William Eutlcr (Ills servant), d. Xov. G, 1020. 

Chii.-tni.Jir, Maiiiu, d. Jany. 8, If.-JO-l. [Mrs. Martin 
'i]i< wife), d. tile first winter. 

Sul.m.on Martin, son of Christoi.lier, d. Dec. "24, l(i2(l. 
' till' (,tlier of this family d. the fir.-^t winter. 

Willi, nil MiilUiis, d. Feb. 21, 162i)-l. 

Mi-s. Mnllins (his wife), d. the first winter. 

I'riMMlla ^lullins. dau. of William and afterwards wife 
..f .Inhn Alden. 

Two oihei-s of this family d. the first winter. 

William White d. T-\.h. 21. lG2n-l. Mrs. Susanna White 
'Ms wife) afterwards wife of Governor Win>low. 

K'esolved White, sou of William. 

William AVhite. Jr., sen of William. 

Fdward Thompson d. Dec. 4, llL'O. 

liirlnnil Warnu. 

Slrphrii UnpJ:ins. Mrs. Elizaheth Hopkins (lii.^ wife). 
' '"n>laiice. dau. of Stephen and afterwards wife of Xicolus 



<liles Hopkins, son of Stephen. 
Caleh Hopkins, sou of Stei)hen. 
Oeeanus Hopkins, son of Stephen, b. at sea. 
I'^hninl Dntn,. 
liilininl Lrist.r. 

lldwanfTilley d. the first winter. ^Mrs. Tilley (his 
if'') il. Ihe lir>t wintei-. 
'I'wD others of this familv d. the llr.-t winter. 



1298 Ari'ENDix 

John Tdlc.ij did the first winter. ^Frs. Tiiley (his wif,.) 
d. the first winter. 

Another of this family d. the first winter. 

Francis Cooke. 

John Cooke (called the younger), son of Francis. 

Tliomas Bogcrs d. the first winter. Joseph, sou nf 
Thomas. 

Thomas Tinkrr. d. the first winter. Mrs. Tinker (hi^ 
wife) d. the first winter. 

One more of this family d. the first winter. 

John RidgrlaJc d. the first winter. :\rrs. Kidgdale (hi. 
wife) d. the first winter. 

Edward Fuller d. the first winter. ]Mrs. Fuller (hi.- 
wife) d. the first winter. 

Samuel Fuller (called the younger), son of Edward. 

Julin Turner d. the first winter. 

Two otliers of this family d. the first winter. 

Francis Eaton. Mrs. Eaton (his wife) d. before 1G27. 

Samuel Eaton, son of Francis. 

James Chifton d. Dec. S, 1620. Mrs. Chitton (his wife) 
d. the first winter. 

Mary Chitton, dau. of James, and aftei-wards wife of 
John Winslow, the brother of Edward. 

./(;/(// Cr(ukstn}i d the first winter. 

Jdhu Craek.->tou, Jr., son of John. 

John Billnuitnn. Mrs. Helen Billington (his wife). 

Francis Billington, sou of John. 

John Billington, Jr., son of John. 

Moses Fletcher died the first winter. 

John Goodman. 

Dcgorti Priest died Jany. 1, l(j2lt-l. 

Thomas Williams die<l the first winter. 

(lilbrrt Winshnr, brother of Edwai'd. 

Bda-ard Marpcson d. the first winter. 

P<trr Bronn. 

Bi'Ihnd Bi iltrriyr d. Dec. 21. l(;2lt. 

Birh.nd Clark, d. the first winter. 



Appendix 12'J0 

i;„lunil (ifinlmrr. 

.Inlnt All<-rt<i)i (seaman), d. tlie first winter. 

'I'hoiiKis EiKjUsh (seaman), d. the fust winter. 

'I'iiree of the wives of the signers of the comjiaet were 
left in Kui-ope, namely— Bridget, wife of Dr. Samuel Ful- 
jrr; Hester, wife of Francis Cooke; Elizal)eth, ^wife of 
i.'i.hai-d Warren. These aftenvards came over in the 
Ann in 1C"23. 

Five lost their wives and married again, namely— AVil- 
liaiii Bradford, who m. widow Alice Southworth; Edward 
Winslow, wlio m. widow Susanna White; Isaac Allerton 

vlh) m. Fear Brewster and afterwards Joanna ; 

Miles Standish who m. Barbara ; and Francis 

l-;,-itiiii wild in. Christian Peun. 

Others were married for the first time, namely- John 
Ildwland and I']lizal>eth Carver (A'o/e — should be Eliza- 
lii'tli Tillie), George Soule and Mary , Love Brews- 
ter and Sarah Collier, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins, 
Iiesnived White and Juditli Vassal. Giles Hopkins and 
C;itliarine AVheldon, Edward Dotey and Faith Clarke, 
•lelm Cdoke and Sarah Warren, Samuel Eaton and ]Mar- 
tha Billington. 



1300 ArrENDix 



From Harti'ord Daily Times. 
CONNECTICUT TO WNS. 

Wlioii TIk'v Were Ivstablishea an.l How They W- 
Constituted. 

DIVISION HAS ]^>EEX Fi;E(,)rEXT. 

Ouly Forty-Six Towns IJemain UncLiauged Since 
Year 1S(»(J. 

New Towns Veni Nnmeyous. 



Andover— Taken from riel)rou and Coventry in 1S4"-. 

Ansoiiia — 'J'aken from Derby in ISS'.I. 

Ashford-Xamed, October, 171U. Eastford set off in 
]847. 

Avon — Taken fronr Faiiniiipton in ISCit. 

Barkhamsted— Incorjun'atiMl in 177!l 

Beacon Falls— Taken from Bethany, Oxford. Seym.nir 
and X'anirahK-k in 1871. 

Berlin — Taken from Fai-minuton, ^\'efhl■rs^lold and 
Middletown in 17v:j. Xew Britain srt off m Is.-jii. 

I'.ethany-Takm from AVoodhrid-t' in is;;2. Part mI 
olT to Beacon Falls in 1S71. Part set off to Xaugatui'k in 
]S44. 

P.ethel — Taken from Danlmry in 1S55. 

Bethlehem— Incor[>orated in 17*^7. 

Bloonifield— Taken from AVindsor in ]s;i5. 

Bolton — Incori)orated in 17'Jn. Vernon set off in l-~i^'^. 

P.nzi-nli — T;!l;"ii from Xorwicji in 17^'i!. 

Branford — Settled in 1(U4. Xoith Branford set off in 



Arr'KNOix 



inol 



i'.n.lKeport-Tnkt'ii fmin Strntfonl in ]s2\. 

r.ridg-ewater — Tala-n from Xcw :irilt'or.l in K>i\. 

r.i-istol — Taken frcni Fai'niini;ton in ITS.j. JUirlingliui 
-rt (iff inlSIKi. 

I',rookfiel(l-Taki-n fnnn Danl.ury. Xow ^[lUV.rd and 
Xi/\vtn\vn in 17SS. 

r.i-d.iklyn — Talifii from Pomfrft and Canteiliury in 
17^<i. Part of Brooklyn set off in ITsC. 

I'.nrlington-Takou from Bristol in ISdCi. 

Canaan- Inforporated in 1789. Xortli Canaan set off 
ill is,-)^. 

Canterbury-Taken from Plainfield in 17(i;J. Part of 
Ihimj.tdn an.l Brooklyn set uW in 17Si;. 

Canton — Taken fr(^m Sinisliury in isoi;. 

Cliaplin — Taken frum :\Ian<tield and iramnton in 18-22. 

Chatliam — Taken from ?i[iddleto\vn in 17(i7. Portland 
>ct •>([• in 1841. 

('lK.,,l,ii-e-Taken from Wallinyford in 178(i. Part of 
I'rosji.M-t set ol'f in lS-27. 

Chester — Taken from Say1>rook in 18:jn. 

Clinltm — Taken fi'om KiHin^worih in l^.'^.S. 

t'olehester— Xame<l in li;'.i'.l. Part of M:n Ihoi'ough set 
nfr in L^iCl. P;irt of Salem r^et off in 18l;». 

Cnleluook-Inenri.orated in 17'.V.). 

Colmnliia — Taken frmii Peluinon in P-'!>k 

Cdriiwall — Ineorjiorated in 174n. 

Coventry- Xamed in 1711. Part set off to Andover in 
I^IS. 

Cromwell-Taken from ^[id<lletown in 18,jl. 

Danhnry — Xamed in 1('.S7. Bethel set off in l^.').j. Part 
of P.rookti.'ld set oil in 17^8. 

Darien — Ta.keii from Standi. rd in 1^2'l. 

l)t.,-!)y— Xamoil in 1(17.1. Part of Oxford -et off in 17'.^. 
Sc-vmonr set off in Is.'n. .\n-onia <ct olT in ISS'.l. 

i>urliam-Inr,,riKirated in 1 7n-^. 

I'laMfor.l-Taken from Aslif.ad in 1-47. 



1302 AprEKDix 

East Granby— Taken froTn Granltj- and "Windsor Lork- 
in 1S58. 

East HaJdam-Taken from Iladdani in 17;]4. - 
■ East Hartford— Taken from Hartford in 17S3. Man 
Chester set off in 1823. 

East Haven— Taken from New Haven in 1785. 

East Lyme— Taken from Ljine and Waterford in 18."..'.. 

Easton— Taken from Weston in 1845. 

East Windsor— Taken from Windsor in 1708. Elliir.' 
ton set off in 1786. South Windsor set off in 1845. 

Ellington- Taken from East Windsor inl78r,. 

Enfield— Annexed to this State from Massachusetl- 
in 1749. 

Essex— Taken from Old Saybrook in 1854. 

Fairfield— Named in 1645. Redding set off in 1707. 
Weston set off in 1787. Part of Westi)ort set off in '[^'■Vt. 

Farmington— Incorporated in 1G45. Southington m-! 
oflf in 1779. Avon set off in 1830. Part of Bristol and 
Berlin set oflf in 1785. Plainville set off in 18Gi). 

Franklin— Taken from Norwich in 1786. Part «( 
Sprague set off in 1861. 

Glastonbury— Taken from Wethersfield in 160<J. Pari 
of :Marlborough set off in 1803. 

Goshen— Ineorijorated in 1739. 

Granby— Taken from Simsbury in 1786. Part of Ea.-t 
Granby set off in 1858. 

Greenwich— Settled in 1640. 

Griswold— Taken from Preston in 1815. 

Groton— Taken from New London in 1704. Ledyard 
set off in 1836. 

Guilford-Settled in 16.39. Meriden set off in 1826. 

Haddam — Incori.orated in 1668. East Haddam set oiY 
in 1734. 

Hanid en — Taken from New Haven in 1786. 

Hainiiton — Taken from Wiiidliani, Pomfrct, P.rooklyn. 
Canterbury and ^fansfield in 1786. Part of Chaplin -< t 
oft' in 1822. 



Apn-NDix 1303 

Hartford- Settled in lC);jr). East Hartford set off in 
17^;;. West Hartford set oil' in l^rA. 

Kartland— Ineorporated in 17G1. 

llarwinton — Tncori>orated in 1737. 

lleln-on— Incorporated in 170S. Part of ^rarll)orougli 
^.■t ofV in 1S(I3. Part set off to Andover in 1848. 

IluiitiTioton — Taken from Stratfoi'd in 178'.). ^lonroe 
.-et off in 182.",. 

i\ent~Tneo7i>orated in 1739. Part of Washington set 
(.If in 1770. Warren set off in 178G. 

KiUingly— Incorporated in 1708. Tli(Mn]ison set oft" in 
1785. Part of Pntnam set off in 1855. 

Killing-\rortli — Xanied in 1067. Clinton set off in 1S3S. 

Lelianon — Incorporated in 1700. Cohnnbia set oft" in 
1S04. 

Ledyard— Taken from Groton in 183(). 

Lisbon— Taken from Xorwich in 1780. Part of 
Sprague set off in 18G1. 

Litchfield- Incorporated in 1710. ^Moi-ris set oft" in 1850. 
Part of Washington set off in 1770. 

Lyme — Taken from Saybrook in 1C65. Part of East 
Lyme, set oft' in 1835. Old Ljmie set off in 1855. Part of 
Salem set off in 1810. 

Madison — Taken from Guilford in 1826. 

.Manchester-Taken from East Hartford in 1823. 

^klansfield-Taken frr>m Windham in 1702. Pai't of 
Ghaplin set off in 1822. Part of Hampton set off in 1786. 

Marlliorough — Taken from Colchester, Glastonlmiy and 
Hebron in 1803. 

:Meri<len-Taken from Wallingford in 1806. 

Middlebury— Taken from Waterbury, Woodbury and 
Southbury in 1807. 

^[iddk'field-Taken from Middletown in 1S6G. 

:\ri(ldTet<»\vn — Tnc(nporatcd in 1651. Part of P.erlin set 
ofY in 1785. Chatham set off in 17(i7. Cromwell set off in 
1851. Middleficld set off in 1866. 



1304 Api'Exdix 

Milfoi-d-Settled iu IGu'J. Part of Oraugo set olT In 
1822. Part of Woodl)ridg-e set off in 1784. 

Monroe— Takeu from Huntington in 1S23. 

Montville — Taken from New London in 178G. Part <>\ 
Salem set off in 1819. 

Morris — Taken from Litchfield in l^;.")!). 

Xaugatuck — Taken from '\Vaterl)uiy, Bethanj- aihl 
Oxford in 1^44. Part set off to P.eacon Falls in 1871. 

New Britain — Taken from Berlin in 18.j(). 

New Canaan — Taken from Xorwalk and Stamford in 
1801. 

Xew Fairfield- Incorporated in 1740. Sherman set off 
in 1802. 

New Hartford — Incoriiorated in 1738. 

New Haven-Settled in 1C3S. Part of Woodliridge v. t 
off iu 1784. East Haven set off in 1785. Hamden set "(i 
in 1 78n. North Haven set off iu 178G. Part of Orange .-.t 
off iu 1822. 

Newingtou— Taken from Wetherstield in 1871. 

New London- Settled in I'iKl Groton set off in 17fi4. 
:\rontville set off in 178n. AVaterford set off in 1801. 

New Milford — Incorporated in 1712. Bridgewater set 
off iu 185(x Part of Brookfield set off in 1788. Part of 
Washington set off in 1779. 

Newtown — Incorporated iu 1711. Part of BrookficM 
set off in 1788. 

Norfolk— Incorporated in 1758. 

North Branford-Taken from Branford in 1831. 

Nortli Canaan — Taken from Canaan iu 1^.'58. 

North Haven- Taken from New Haven in 178(1. 

North Stonington — Taken fi-om Stonington iu 1807. 

Noi-walk— Incori.oratod in IGol. I'art set off to New 
Can;um in 1801. Wilton srt off in 18il2. Part of We-t- 
port^set off in lS3."x 

NoVwich -Settled in \r,m. Bozrah. Franklin and Li- 
lion set off in 178ii. 

Old Lyme — Taken from Lvme iu l.*^.").'). 



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13n5 



Old Saylirodk-Takrn from Saybrook in lSry2. Essex 
>, t olT in ]<A. 

Orange — Taken from }*Iilford and New Haven in ISi'J. 

Oxford — Taken from Derby and Southbury in 17',)S. 
I'arl set off to P.oaeon P^dls in 1^71. Tart of Xan-atuek 
-.■to IT in 1844. 

I'laiiifield— Incorporated in iri;]0. Canterbury set off 

in ]7o;;. 

I'lainville — Taken from Fai'inington in l^HO. 

I'lNniontli — Taken from Watertown in 17'.lo. Thoinas- 
ton set off in 1875. 

Tomfret — Named in 171?). Pai't of Brooklyn set off in 
17S(;. Pait of Hampton set off in 17SG. Part of Putnam 
>et off ill IS.j.j. 

Portlnn<l-Taken fmni C'hatliam in 1841. 

I'reston-Xamed in l(iS7. Griswold set off in ISl.j. 

Prospect — Taken from Cliesliire and A\'atorbury in 



Putnam — Talcen from Thomiison. Ponffret and Killing- 
ly ill ISo.l. 

Wedding-Taken from Fairfield in 17^7. 

Pidgefield — Tncoriiorated in 17n'.i. 

b'.M-ky Hill -Taken from Wethersfield in 1S4M. 

Poxhury — Taken frmn Woodi)ury in 17',l<). 

Salriii — Taken from Colchester, L}"me and ^fontville 
in 1^1!). 

Salisbury — Incorporated in 1741. 

Saylirook— Settled in IfviS. Lyme set off in ICCio; Ches- 
ter set off in 183(1; Wostbrook set off in 1S4I); Old Say- 
iu-ook set oft" in 18.-)2. 

Scotland -Taken from AVindham in 187,7. 

Seymour- Taken from Derby in 1850. Part set off to 
I'.cacon Falls in 1871. 

Sharou— Incorporated in 1739. 

Sherman-Taken from Xe\v Fairfield in 18il2. 

Simslmry — Xame<l in KwO. ('iranl)y set off in 178(i. 
Canton set off in 18(i(i. 



1?.0G Appendix 

SotULTb— Annexed in 1749. 

Southbiiry— Taken from \Voo<lhury in 17S7. Part ni' 
Middlebury set off in 1SU7. Part of Oxford set off in 
1798. 

Southinglon — Taken from Farmington in 1779. Part 
of Wolcott set off in 179G. 

South Windsor— Taken from East Windsor in 1845. 

Spragne — Taken from Lisbon and Franklin in ISGl. 

Stafford- Settled in 1719. 

Stamford-Settled in KUO. Darien set off in iSi^n. 
Part of Xew Canaan set off in 1801. 

Sterling— Taken from Voluntowu in 1794. 

Stonington— Incorporated in 1G5S. Xorth Stonington 
set off in 1S07. 

Stratford-Settled in 1(139. Huntington set otT in 11^0. 
Trumbull sot off in 1797. Bridgeport set off in ISl^l. 

Suffield — xVnnexed to Connecticut from Massachusetts 
in 1749. 

Thomaston— Taken from Plj-mouth in 1875. 

Thompson— Taken from Killingly in 1785. 

Tolland— Named in 1715. 

Torrington— Incorporated in 1740. 

Trumbull — Taken from Stratford in 1797. 

Union— Incorporated in 1734. 

Vernon— Taken from Bolton in ISOS. 

Voluntown— Named in 1708. Sterling set off in 17'.U. 

Wallingford-Named in 1G70. Cheshire set off in 1781 1. 
]\reriden set off in ISOG. 

Warren— Taken from Kent in 178G. 

Washington— Taken from Woodl)ury, Litchfield, Kent 
and New ^[ilford in 1779. 

Waterbury — Named in 1G8G. Watertown set oil in 
1780. Part of Wolcott set off in 179G. Part of .^ri<ldle- 
l)ur3^set ofT in 1807. Part of Naugatuck set off in l'^44. 
Par* of Pros]iect set off in T=;-27. 

Waterfonl-Taken fr..m New London in 1801. Part of 
East Lvme set off in l^.'Jo. 



Al'lENDIX 1307 

WattM-town-Tiikeu from AVaterl)nry in 17S0. Ply- 
„, until set off in 1705. 

W'estbrook— Taken from Suybrook in 1840. ■ . 

W.'.st Hartford— Taken from Hartford in 1S54. 

Weston— Taken from Faivfield iu 17S7. Eastou set 
<.tr in 1S45. Part of Westport set off in 1835. 

Westport— Taken from Fairfield, Xorwalk and "Weston 
ill ]Sruj. 

W'ethersfield-Settled iu 1035. Glastonbury set otY in 
Id'.Hi. Part of Berlin set olT in 1785. Xewington set off 
in 1S71. KockT Hill set off in 1843. 

W'iUiugton— Incorporated in 1727. 

Wilton-Taken from Norwalk in 1802. 

Winchester- Incorporated in 1771. 

Windham— Incorporated in 1G92. JNTausfield set otT 
in 1702. Part of Hampton set off in 17SG. Scotland set 
off in 1857. 

Windsor-Settled iu 1C37. Ploomfield set off in 1835. 
I'last Windsor set off in 17G8. Windsor l.ocks set off in 
1^54. 

Windsor Locks— Taken from Windsor in 1854. Part 
of East Grauby set off in 1868. 

Wolcott— Taken from Waterbury and Southiugton in 
17!iG. 

Woodbridge— Taken from New Haven and ]Milford iu 
17S4. Bethany set off in 1S32. 

Woodbury— Named in 1G74. Part of ^Nliddlebury set 
off iu 1807. Eoxbury set off iu 17'JG. Part of Washing- 
ton set otf in 1779. 

Woodstock— Auuexed iu 1749. ' : 



WAK KECOKIJS. 

T5r<)wii. Adam, 1). in Ipswii-li, d. , 1S40, m. Pris- 

cilia rutiuiiii; had a dau. Priscilla who iii. Xatlian ddiK'-, 
and u gr. son, Pierpout p]. wlio in. P>cuhih Plish. 

Brown, Daniel, b. Jany. 15, 174G-7, W'iudhaui, Conn., 
d. Juno 1,' 1S32, m. Anuie or Sarah Pht'l[)s; liad a t^on 
H<?ni'y who m. Chira Starr. He enlisted ]N[ay, ITTo, 
inarehed to Cambridge and served there till Dec. En- 
gaged in battle of Bunker Hill. 

Church, L^riah, served seven days from E. lladdam, 
Conn, on Lexington Alarm List. 

Church, Amln-usc, also sei"-ed Ls days. 

Church, Uriah, of E. lladdam. Conn., in ITolmcs Co., 
Mar. 1.3, 1777; 3 years Sergt.. Nov. 1, 177S, discharged 
May 5, 17S(i. Church, Uriah, was 1st Lieut., appointed 
April 15, 177G in CajU. \Voodljri<lge's Co. In garriscii. 
Fort Schuyler alias Fort Stanwix, belonged to Col. I^l- 
more's Peg. 177G. 

Church, Uriah, was one of the minute men and volun- 
teers. Under act 1^18 Sergt. Uriah Churcli was a i)cn- 
sioner, residing iu Mass.; also as Pev. pensi(Uier called 
Lieut. 

Clark, William, b. :\rar. 5, 17(U, in Northampton, Mas>., 

<1. Dec. ;;!1. 1^42, m. , Jerusha Wright; had a son 

William, who m.Zeruiah Cleveland; had a gr. son Wil- 
liam who m. Annie Miller. Enlisted duly l.'l, 17sii, di<- 
elmrged Oct. ID, 17>^n. Served in Capt. l^benezer Slid- 
den's Company. 

John>on, James, b. , 1751, lladdam Poad, Conn.. 

d. , ]S3;;, lladdam. Conn., m. llei-sibah Hubbard.; 

had a^lau. nep.-ibah who m. Michael MeXary; had a -r. 
dau. .I-anettc wlio m. i>a\ id Hall Maek. Served in the 
4th Co., Cen. Spencer's Peg. 1775. 



Appendix 



130;) 



M.nlin. 'J'li()iii,-i>. Eiirly in Alay, 17i.j, hr eiitoix-d the 
-.rvice for si'Vou mouths under Capt. Levi Wells of Col- 
. . ,.~t(T, fonu., in the Kegt. of CoL Wadswortli. Thev 
; ai'-hed to lioxbury and he was discliarued and i-eturiied 
i,..mc to Lel)anon, Conn. In }ilay, 177f), he again enlisted 
:-i -ix ni.mtlis under ('apt. James Chirk in tlie llegt. of 
(■,,1. Sa-f. They nuuehvd to New York City where they 
jciiUMl Lien. AVashington, remaining on Governor's Island 
until after Gen. Sullivan's battle on Long Island, in 
.\i:'_Mi>t, and in September they retreated to Harlem 
I [fights and he was discharged in Oct. or Nov. Tie was 
h. iu Lebanon Nov. 16, 1752, and after the war he re- 
mi.v.'d to Washington, Mass., and in ISIO to Harpersfield, 

llliin. 

b-haliod Pheljis, b. , served in war 1755 as Caji- 

laiii in Col. Quartus' Co. Record found State Libi-ary, 
Albany, X. V. 

Irliabod Phelps. ]). . served in Kev. War in Cai.- 

lain Skinner's Co. as Sergt., enlisting Aug. 25, 1777. dis- 
charged Nov. 8, 1777. 

Smith, ^latthew, li. ^^[ay 12, 1753, East Iladdam, Conn., 
d. .Inly i;i l^;i;], ^liddlefudd. ^[ass., m. Asenath Anable; 
had a son ]\latthew who m. Betsey Ward: a gr. son John 
who m. Elvira Root, and a gt. gr. dau. Suphia Smith, who 
Mi. Thomas ^lartiu. 

He enlisted ^lay 8. 1775, in the 1st Co.. 2d Regt. 
Discharged Oct. 20. 1775. The Regiment marche.l in the 
camps forming around Boston and took post at Roxbury 
and served during the siege. 

Smith. Thomas, 1). al)t. 17:;8. E. Iladdam. Conn., d. 
S.^pt. 17, 1S21. Old Eorge, Pa., m. Mary Green; had a 
-nn l)i(i(latc who m. Mary .-Vlworth, and a gr. son Thomas 
who m. ^lary l>can. 

lie sL-rwd in 177!) as private in Capt. Phineas P.radley's 
< 'u., and as Corporal in 17^1 in Capt. Win. \'an Deuscn's 
Co. of State Guards. 



Siiiitli, .T(.ili!i, uuder IIolnie.s tluee years, April 13, 1(77, 
enlLsted, aud discharged April 15, 1780. 

LEXIXGTOX ALAini LIST. 

Beujamiu Tarhox of Hebron served 21 days; also lu" 
was in Gtli Co., Continental IJegt. Enlisted July 14; 
discharged Dec. IS. 

Solomon Tarltox enlisted May 13. 1775, and discharged 
Dec. 17. In 8th Co., Continental IJegt. lie was com- 
missioned as Lieut, in 3d Kegt. Jauy. 1, 1777 ; d. April V.K 
1778. 

MINUTE-MEN. 

Volunteers from East Iladdam in 1770. 

Lieut. 'John Tennant, John Smith, Uriah Church, Jere- 
miali Smith, Gamaliel li. Tracy, Enoch Smith, Noadiali 
Emmons. 

Militia Kegt. 1778. 

Capt. Dewey's Co. 

John Ellis, Sergeant, enlisted Jany. 10, 177S. 

NAVAL. 

State Man of War "Oliver Cromwell" in 1770. John 
Smitli aiipointed Lieut. April 11, 1777. 

Seaman — Joseph Smith. 

Continental Frigate "Confederacy." John Smith 
and Joseph Smith. 

The "Chathairi" with 10 nien, commanded by J. Smith. 

John Smith, of Middlefield, ^lass.. came from E. Ilad- 
dam and was in l>ev. War on board ship and nearly 
starved to death, but was kept alive l)y eating rats. He 
said then, that they tasted so good, he thought he shoid.l 
have a meal after he got liome, but he cham,^od his mind. 

Connecticut "]\lacks" in Kevolutionary War: Ahi.jali. 
Abner, Andrew, Benjamin, Daniel, David, served 3 yrs. 



Api'ENDIX 1311 

fn.iii May 23, 1777. Ebeiiezer, Gurdon, Henry, Ilezekiali, 
,h-reiiiiah, served 3 yrs. from jNIay S, 1777. Joel, .Josiali, 
NclK-iniah, Orlaudo, Kichard, Samuel, Stephen. 

Hartford, Coun., April 14, 1002. 
This is to certify that 
Darius Peck 
Served in the war of the Revolution and the following 
in said service, according to the records of this office. On 
page I'.i. "Coun. ^^fen in the Revolution" appears the 
following: 

Darius Peck, }n-ivnte, from the town of Norwich, No. 
of days in the service, one (1), in Captain John Perkins' 
('(inipany. 

•'In the list of men who marched from the Connecticut 
Towns for the relief of Boston in the Lexington Alarm 
April 1775." 

(Jn page 146. same book, ajtpears the folhjwing: Darius 
I'eek, Norwich, Commissioned Ensign Jany. 1. 1777. 2d 
Lieutenant. Feb. 7, 177S. Resigned April 15, 1779. In 
service from 177G. In First Regiment, Connecticut Line 
Fonnation, 1777-17S1. Colonel Jcddediah Huntington. 

"Regiment at battle of Germantowu, Oct. 4, 1777. Win- 
tered at Valley Forge 1777-1 778, present at battle of 
2kIonmouth June 28, 1778. In cainp at White Plains, until 
ordered into winter quarters, at Redding. 1778-'79. 
Served on East side of the Hudson, in repelling Tryon's 
invasion. Wintered at Morristown. 1779- '80." 

In testimony whereof, we have affixed hereto, the seal 
of this office. 

Wm. E. F. Landers. 

. : . ^ ' :5 Col. and Asst. Adj 't General. 

\ 

^lARRIAGES IN LYME, COXN. 

IXnrius^Pcck m. Cct. 5, 1797. Abi-ail Pratt. 
L}d!a PcM'k m. .hily In, 17:;5, Xatlianiel Clark, .Ir. 
John Peck m. Niar. 4. 173(5, Catharine l;ay. 
[831 



1312 Appendix 

Pht'lje Pock 111. .Taiiy. 7, 17G2, Enoch Kccd. 
Eichard Peck in. Mar. 13, i;S;J, Elizabeth Matlicr. 
Widow Luck Peck iii. Sept. l^:!, 178.3, Lieut. Jolui Sill. 
Elizabeth Peck m. Eeb. 14, 1784, Zeuas Iluutley. 
Lebbt'u,^ Peck m. June 17, 1784, Lydia Lee. 
Clark Peck, of Bloomfield, N. Y., m. Jauy. IS, 17'j7. 
Caroline Hall. 

Elizabeth Pock m. Nov. 29, 179S. James Gillett. 
Joseph Peck in. Feb. 7, 1799, Anna Peed. 
Pliebe Peck m. June 13. 1799, Joseph Chadwick. 
Elizabeth Lord rn. Dec. 20, 1753, Timothy Tiffany. 
Tapheua Lord m. Any. 13, 17G1, Waterous Clark. 
Elizabeth Lord m. April 12. 17(;4, Daniel Lord. 
Ichabod Phelps ni. Jauy. , 17G1, Mary Trumbull. 

SHIPS THAT DP OUGHT THE PILGPHMS TO 
AMEKICA. 

1620-:kla\ilower. 

1G22 — Fortune. 

1(123 -Anne. 

Ui51 —John aud Sarah, and others. 

From a Colchester, Conu.. account book we cojiy the 
following names. Charges for dyeing and scouring cloth. 

1791-2-3-9-AVidow Eunice Mack. 

1792-9G-Josiah Mack, Jr. 

1791-9G- Ralph Mack. 

1791-98- Joseph Hutchinson. 

1791-92-Job Hutchinson. 

1791-92 -Ichabod Phelps, Jr. 

1791-95-Jehiel Wilcox. 

1792-94 — Simeon Dunham. 

1792-97- Henry Mack. 

1791- —Solomon Tarbox. 

r791-97-Jonah Poot. 

17lt2-9s-Captain .Joslah Mack. This account was paid 
bv Henr\- 2\Iack. 



Appendix 



MlSCELLAXEOrS DATA. 
Marriages. 

1S25, May 2S. WiUiaiu Perkins and Charlotte Mark. 

ISJ-), Mar. 5, at E. Hartford, Paissell Ilollister of Ber- 
lin, and ]iliss .ferusha Porter, dau. of Eleazer Porter. 

1825. Api-il IG, at E. Windsor, Poger Buruliaia, of E. 
Hartford, and Mrs. Poxy Kilburn. 

is-J.j, at Hehron, Conn.. Dr. Josiali Clark, and :\nss 
!l;irriet Sti'ong. Charles Po>t and Clarissa Way. 

1^2^), June 11, at Warehouse Point, Elnathan Jones of 
l!nlie!d. Mass., aiid Alniira Jeneks. 

1^-25, duly ;). dames T. Piatt and Cornelia Porter, dau. 
of David Porter. 

1S25. Aug. (J, at Ithaea, N. Y., Edward L. Porter, nier- 
cliant, late of Earniington, and ^li.>s Pehecca H. Perkins. 

1S2.J, Sojit. ?>, in Hartford, Aaron Bigelow of Boston, 
and Elizabeth Porter of So. Hadley, :Mass. 

JM'5, Uet. y, at New Haven, Thaddeus Porter and 
Sarah Turner. 

Deaths. 

1825. 3Irs. Piebeeca Porter, ae. 72 yrs. relict of late 
Solomon Porter, Ksq. 

1825, at Earniington, JoSv'ph Selden, ae. 74 yrs. 

1825, at Lebanon, ^Irs. Emily T. Wetmore. ae. .'Kl yrs. 

1825, May 28, at Oswego. X. Y., lloiace Peek, ae. 32 
yrs., formerly of Berlin. 

1825, at Middletown, Dr. John Osborn. ae. S7 yrs. 

1825, July 23, at Berlin, very suddenly. Linus Porter, 
ae. 2.3 yrs, of the firm of Lamb & Porter. 

1825, July .•;(», Abner Olcott, ae. 27 yrs, son of Jonathan. 

1825. .T^jremiah Crocker, ae. 47 yrs. Drowned while 
bathing in Conn. Pivcr. 

1825. .\ug. 20. at Middletown. Conn., :*lrs. Elizabeth 
Suiunt-'r, ae. 85 yrs. 



1314 , Al'l'ENDIX 

1825, Aug. 27, in Hartford, Mrs. Kutli Bigelow, ae. C.'j 
yrs, relict of Jonatlian Bigelow. 

1825, Sept. 10, at Glastonbury, Mrs. Paulina Porter, ae. 
18 yrs, wife of Xathauiel Porter, Jr. 

1825, Oct. 15, in Hartford, Julia Porter, ac. IG yrs. 

1S25, at New Loudon, Couu., Mrs. Elizabeth Wetuioie. 
ae. 76 yrs. 



ArrF.NDix 



GOVERXMEXT OF CONNECTICUT. 

I5y the ora;anization of the Government of Connecticut 
in K'lJl', the Legislature consisted of the Governor, six 
(itiier r^Iagistrates and fonr Deputies from each of the 
towns of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfiokl ; these all 
sat in one body over which tlie Governor ]»resided. The 
.Magistracy consisting of the Governor and six other ^rag- 
i-trates. afterwards increased to twelve and called assist- 
;nits, wore a peculiar ]iody. They constituted the sole Ex- 
ecutive and Judiciary and had a voice in the Legislative 
department. The Governor always had the advice of 
tliese Magistrates ; and the whole as a body constituted 
Ihe several Courts. The first magistracy consisted of 
seven. 

John Haynes, IGH^-S.S. 

Koger Ludlow, lG39-o3. 

George Willis, lG3'J-44. 

Edward Hopkins, 1639-50.^ 

John Webster, 1639-59. 

Thomas Welles, lfi39-59. 

William PheliKS, 1G39-42, possibly 1G53-G2, or else the 
latter term was George. 

Mr. Phelps, prohaJdy Geur/jc, represented Windsor in 
the General Court, 22 sessions, from 1G45-1G57. 

The Colonial government of Conn, under the first Con- 
stitution, went into operation in 1G39. Among those who 
were elected members of the General Court, from Hart- 
ford, from 1G39 to 1G64. when the colonies of Conn, and 
New Haven were united, were: 

John Steele, 1G39-1G.")1. 25 sessions in succession. 

"William Sjiencer, 1(]3.9 and 40. 3 sessions. 

JoliTi Pratt. 1()39-41 and 55. 7 sessions. 

l^dward Strlibin-. 1(;:19-1(;5G. 2li sessions. 

Mr. John Talcott, 1G39-53. and (iii-GL 32 sessions. 



13H] AlTENDIX 

Wm. Wadsworth, 1052-75. 40 sessions. 

Xatlianiel Ward, 1656. 1 session. 

'Sir. Steele is supposed to have been the tirst Si?c"y nf 
State. 

;\[r. Talcott -n-as chosen an assistant in 1654 and w;i~ 
several years Treas. of tlie Colony. 

Tidtle. 

1. Mr. WilUam Tuftic came from Devonshire, Iln^u.. 
in the sliii) -'Planter'' in Ajiril. and arrived in Boston 
about the first of July, 1G35. His wife, Mrs. Elizabeth 
Tuttle, united with the First Church of Boston, July -24. 
16.36. He sailed from Boston ^farch 30, and arrived at 
(^)uinni]iiae April ]4, K).']'-^, and sigriiod the Church Cove- 
nant in Mr. Newman's barn, June 4, 1630, d. June , 

]673, in New Haven, Conn. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Tuttle d. in New Haven, Dec. 30, ]6'i4. 

2. Simo)i Tuttle, son of William and P^lizabeth, bap. 
in New Haven, Conn., March 28, 1647, res.. A\>llingfoi-d. 

Conn., 1670, where he d. April 16, 1719, ni. Abigail . 

b. , 165.3, d. Aug. 11, 1722. 

3. Timothy Tuttle, son of Simon and Abigail, and 

grandson of William, b. , 16S2, prob. in Xew Haven. 

rem. with his father to Wallingford in 16S5, m. Xov. 2. 
1706, Thankful, dau. of John' and Mary (Peck) Doolittle. 
and grand dau. of Abraham and Joanna (Ailing) Doolit- 
tle. Mary Peck was the dau. of John and Mary (^^foss) 
Peek, and Mary Moss was the dau. of John Moss of Wal- 
lingford. Thankful d. Nov. 23, 172S. He m. (2) Jutk" 
9, 1729, Mary Kowe, who d. .Tan. 22, 173S; (3) :v[ay 17, 
1739, Mary liuiuiston, who d. Jan. 22, 1748; (4) June 2<. 
1749, ]\[rs. Sarah Humiston, wid. of James, and dau. of 
Ebenezer and Aliigail (Heaton) Atwater. 

He^n. in Cheshire. Conn.. .Vj.ril 15. 17r<6. a-od 74. 

4. Epln^rnH Tittllr, >,,u of Timothy and Thankful 
(Doolittle) Tuttle, b. April Id, 1710. d. in Cheshire, Feb. 



AiTEXnix 1317 

J. 1773, III. June 11, 1731, Esther, dnu. of Dea. Stoplieu 
1 I<,trlikiss of Chesliire, d. s. i. July 22, 1732, ra. (2) Jan. IG, 
17:;4. l)y Kev. Samuel Hall, Hannah, dau. of Richard and 
.In.iiina (Tattle) Pangborn, and grand dau. of Joseph and 

ihinnah (Munson) Tuttle, 2d cousin, b. , 1714; d. 

May 22. 175(;. He m. (3) Dec. 1(5. 17()1. Thankful Preston, 
.lau'. of Samuel and Ruth (Peck) SedgAvick of Hartford 
and wid. of Jehiel Preston of AVallingford. 

•John Doolittle, sou of Abraham and Joanna (Ailing) 
D., I). June 14, 1655; m. Feb. 3, 1682, Mary Peck, h. :\Iarch 
4, l(i(i6 (dau. of John and Mary (Moss) Peck). 

I-'roin "Tuttle Family" by Geo. F. Tuttle, \mh. 1SS3, by 
Tuttle Co., Rutland, Vt. 

.Insci,h Tuttle, son of AVilliam and Eli/.abeth. bap. in 
Xinv Haven, Xov. 22, 1640; m. .May 2, ](;(i7. Hannah, dau. 
of Capt. Thomas :\runson, [1], b. June 11, 1648. He d. 

S,.|,t. , 1690. His wid. m. Aug. 21. 1604, Nathan 

r.radU'y of Guilfoi'd, and died there Xov. oil. 1695. 

Jdiniua Tuttle, dau. of Joseph and Hannah (]\[unson) 
Tuttle, b. Dec. 30, 1675; m. Richard Pangborn; removed 
to Woodliridge, X. J., where she was admitted to the 
churcli June 26. 1709. Richard Pangliorn joined the 
church Oct. 3, 1710. 

Iliniunh Panr/tini n, dau. of Richard and Joanna (Tut- 
tle) Pangl)orn and grand, dau. of Joseph and Hannah Tut- 
tle, b. , 1714; m. June 16, 17.34, Ephraim Tuttle, 

sen of Timothy aiul Thankful Tuttle. 

[1 ] Thomas ?ilnnson came in the "Elizabeth" to Boston 
in 1634 ; rem. tu Hartford and was of the Hartfoj'd Contin- 
gent under Capt. Mason at destruction of the l'e(iuot Fort, 
rem. to Xew Haven, 1642. In 1675, he commanded the 
New Haven troojis who, at X'orituck. defended the plan- 
t.itiim against the Indians. His militaiy rank was Capt. 
He was R^presontativc in the General Assembly 24 ses- 
sions, from 16(;(; to 1(N3; d. 16S5. 

5. N,uih Tutttr, son of Ephraim and H;imi,-ih (Pang- 
b<nn) Tuttle. and grandson of Tim.ithv and Thankful. 



1318 Ari'ENDix 

\k Nov. is, 1744, in Cheshire, Conn., rem. to Camden. X. 
Y., 17;)5. " Feh. U>, 179S, was organized the First Con-. 
Clmroh in Camden, t^^vo of the eight members -^ete Xn;,!: 
Tuttle and his wife. He m. June G, 1771, Thanlvful K.,}.-, . 
b. Feb. 11, 1755; d. on her birthday, 1S49, aged 94. He *!. 
in Camden, June 25, 1S21, aged 77. 

6. Andrea- Tuttle, b. Nov. 9, 1772 ; d. Oct. 29, 1S29, <r.u 
of Xoah and Tliankful (Royce) Tuttle, and grandson nf 
Ephraim and Hannah (Pangborn) Tuttle, settled in Can, 
don with his father, among the first there; m. Aug. 1:'. 
1795. l^liilouie Ailing,* who d. Nov. 7, 1S56. 

From "Tuttle Fat)iilij." 

* Ailing. 

1. John Ailing, Sen., suiiposed to have been born in 
Kngland and eame to New Haven in the early years i>\ 
its settlement and was married there in l(i52. Get. 14. t^ 
Elena Bradley. He d. l(iS9. 

2. Samuel Ailing, son of John, Ren., b. ]\Iareh 24. in7n. 
d. , 1744. Res.. New Haven. 

3. XiifJuDi Ailing, son of Samuel and grandson of 
John, Sen., b. starch S. l()9r,, d. Oct. 24, 1774, m. Jan. 
:], 172;], Hannah, dau. of }.Iicliaol and Elizabeth (Brown) 
Todd, [2] li. Feb. 2(1, 1702, d. (Jet. 2i'i, 1771. Kes., Hanulcn. 
Conn. 

4. Barid Ailing, son of Xathan and Hannah (Toddl 
Ailing, b. Feb. 2, 1724, d. April 22, 1794, m. (1) Jan. 12. 
174S, Rhoda, dau. of Capt. Caleb Ailing, b. Sept. 23, 1727. 
d. about 1756, m. (2) Jan. 3, 1700, Patience Sauford. Res.. 
Hamden, rem. to Cajiaan, Conn. 

5. Pltinca.'^- Ailing, son of David and Rlioda (Ailing) 
Ailing. Res., Hamden; m. Rebecca Ailing, dau. of Jon- 
athan and Amy (Beecher) Ailing. Served in the Revolu- 
tionary W;ir. Rem. to Camden, X. Y.. where he d. 

G.'phitnnir Allinn. drm. of ri,l,u-as .ind Rel,ccca Ah 
ling. m. in Camden, X'. Y., Aug. 12, 1795, Andrew Tnttlf. 
and d. X'^ov. 7, 1S5G.' 



AvvESY)i\ 1319 

{Todd.) 

I'JJ 1. Christiiplirr Ti'dd. h.J'imU-e^ract, Eng.. bap. Jan. 

II. ](;i7; was in New Ilavon Ki.TJ; miller aud farmer'aud 
hakcr; d. April 23, 168(5 ; m. Grace j\[iddlebrook, dau. of 
Mirhnel. 

■J. Michnd Todd, son of Christopher. 1). June 18, 1653 ; 

III. Klizaheth, dau. of Eleazer and Sarah (Bulkley) 
I'.i-own. [.'!] She ni. Cl) 1715, Lieut. Samuel Street, son of 
l.'cv. Samuel. (3) Capt. John Merriman. 

;;. Ihiiniidt Todd, dau. of }*lii'liael mid grand dau. of 
(•];ri,^lnplior, l>. Feb. 20, 1702; m. Jan. 3, 1722, Nathan 
Ailing, d. Oct. 2G, 1771. 

{Brown.) 

[3] 1. Fr(\;irii< Broun was one of the prospecting com- 
p;iny who went with Gov. Eaton to Quinnipiac in advance 
of tlie colony and was left with six others to spend the 
winter of 1637-8 in a hut erected near what is now 
IIh' corner of Church and George Sts., in New Haven, 
Conn. He m. in Eng. 1636, Mary Edwards, aud d. in E. 
llavcn ]ii68. lie was b. in the town of Ratcliffe, Eng., 
1610. 

2. Elrn^rr Brnivn, bap. Oct. 16, 1642. sou of Francis 
and :^Iary (Edwards) Brown, d. Oct. 23. 1714, m. Sarah, 
'lau. of .lolm Bulkeley, b. 1643. d. 1723. 

3. EIi-id)rfh Brotrn. dau. of Eleazer and Sarah 
(Bulkeley) l>rown. m. ^[ichael Todd, son of Christopher. 

[4] Kev. Peter Bulkeley, father of John, was b. at Wood- 
bill, Bedfordsliire, King., in 1583, d. at Concord, Mass., 
March 9, 165!>. He was educated at Cambridge, and suc- 
I'l'filed to the living of his father in Woodhill, which he 
retained for 21 years. He was removed from this by 
.\rclibislinp T.nud, for nouconfiM-inity, wherefore he left 
England for the now world iii l(i.';5. and with a few com- 
I'anions founded the settlement of Concord, ]\rass. 



1320 Appendix 

Ailing. 

1. Roger Ailing came over 1 GSO ; Treasurer of the N.-.v 
Ilaveu Colony KiGl. Deacon of the church 1G6U-7A; n,. 
Mary Xash, (hm. of Thomas, a gunsmith. Roger's fatln r 
d. in KloT, and he returned to his paternal homestead ii; 
England to receive his patrimony and that of his sistn. 
Joana, wife of Abrara Doolittle. He d. Sept. 27, 1(174. 

2. Sdtnuel Ailing, 1st son of Roger and Mary (Xa>li i 
Ailing, b. Nov. 4, 1645; d. Aug. 28, 1707; m. Oct. 24. 1(;(;7. 
Elizabeth, dau. of John Winston, (2) Sarah Chidsey, dan 
of John C, Oct. 26, 1683. 

3. Caleb Ailing, Capt., son of Sauuiel and Sara^ 
(Chidsey) Ailing, b. Sept. 7, 1604, d. Dec. 9, 1756, m. ( 1 1 
:\[a:.;ch 10, 171S, Hannah Di^liop, b. Sept. 3. 1600, d. D.^. 
19, 1719; (2) Feb. 8, 1721, Thankful ^lix, dau. of Cab!. 
Mix, [5] 1). Oct. 3, lti05; (3) Hannah Ailing, b. Oct. 2it. 
1709, d. Jan. 14, 1793. 

4. Hhnrhi Ailing, dau. of Capt. Caleb and Thankful 

(Mix) A., b. Sei.t. 23, 1727, d. , 1757, m. .Ian. 

12, 174S, David, son of Nathan and Hannah Todd Allim:. 
b. Feb. 22, 1724, d. April 22, 1794. 

(Mix.) 

' [5] 1. Thomas Mix, of New Haven, b. 1643; d H'.'.'l 
leaving good est., m. 1649, Rebecca, dau. of Capt. Xall- 
aniel Turner [6], who d. June 14, 1731. 

2. Cahb Mix, son of Thomas and Rebecca (Tun;iT) 
Mi.\, b. 1661, d. abt. 1708; m. Hannah who d. Dec. 11. 
1693; (2) Mary, dau. of Nathan Bradley [7] of (iulli'nr.!. 
who had m. Hannah, wid. of Joseph Tuttle. ]\Iary m. (2l 
Feb. 2, 1710, Joshua Tuttle. 

3. Thankful Mix. dau. of Caleb an.l ^[ary (P.radlry) 
Mix-;ind grand d;iu. of Thomas and Ribecca (Turner) 
Mi\, h. Oct. 3, 161)5, m. Feb. 8, 1721, (,'alel. Ailing as 2d 
wife. 



ArrENDix ^ 13-21 

j r,] ('apt. Xathaniel Turnorliad been asoldicT in tlioLow 
. .Miiitrics, came in the fleet with Winthrop, 1G30; was con- 
-r.hlc in Boston 1G32; rep. at tlie first court, lG34-(); weiit_ 
._■.l!ll^t the Peqiiots, Id.']". Was elected one of the first 
i. .iir iiKijj^istrates in New Haven, Oct. 25, 1039. Chosen 
.!. puty to tlie "Court of Combination" Oct. 2G, 1()43. In 
.l.in., ](i4C>, saih'd for London in the "Phantom Ship," 
.,n.| was never heard of. His sword is in possession of 
liie ('(inn. Hist. Soc. at Hartford. His wid. m. Sanmel 
\'a!i (Joodenhauseu. 

(Bnidlcy.) 
i 7 ] Nathan Di-adley, b. 1G3S ; came from England, a boy ; 
I.iuled at Saylirook; thence journeyed across the wilder- 
!,i>> to New Haven. Settled in Guilford, discovered the 
-nil ice of the Hammonaset River in a pond which is still 
■ ■.illrd "Xathan's Pond"; m. (2) Aug. 21, 1G94, Hannah 
wid. of J.isoj.h Tattle; (3) ^lay 10, 1698, Eachel Holton, 
'l.iii. of Dea. "William and wid. of Thomas Strong. 

Ailing. 

2. Jiihn Allitif], 2d son of Poger 1st. and Mary (Xash) 
Ailing. l,ap. Oct. 2. 1G47; first Treas. Y. College, 1702-lG; 
Tdwn Clerk many years; d. ]k[arch 25, 1717; m. Jan. 11, 
lii72. Susanna, dan. of Pol.iert Coe of Stratford. 

'■'<■ Ciipt. JiiHiitlnni AU'nig, son of John and grandson 
•■1' Pn-er ]st. b. Oct. ]3. 1GS3; d. June 13. 1775; m. Oct. 
1. 1713, Sarah, dan. of John Sacket. b. Aug. 1, 1G93; d. 
N'ov. 13, 17GG. 

4. Jniinfhini AUiiig. Jr., son of Jonathan and grand- 
^"11 of J(,hn, b. May 2G, 171G; d. Oct. 31. 1771; m. Jany. 
15. 174G, Amy Pu'echer, [S] dan. of Samuel UTid Hannah 
I l\'irrington) P.eecher. b. A]iril 15, 172l\ d. ^^ay 15, 17S3, 
buried in Centreville, Conn. 

5. UrlHiiii Ailing, dan. of Jonathan and Amy 
(P.eecher) Ailing, b. Oct. 9, 1749; m. Phineas Allin- lino 
"f John Ailing, Sen. 



1322 Appendix 

G. Philnm,' AUinu, dun. of Plilncixs and Eebecra A! 

ling. b. , d. Nov. 7, ISSC, ni. A^l^^ VI, 1795, Andiw. 

Tuttle. 

{Beecher.) 

1. [S] John Brrchcr, named in TrumhnU's Hist. ,,! 
Conn, as one of the 7 men left by Eaton to spend tliewinti r 
in advanr'e of tlie colony on the site selected for the settle 
ment, and that lie d. during the winter and was baric! 
where the old stone house now stands, corner of ^roadnw 
and George Streets, New Haven, and it is thought tli.it 
tlie bones discovered when the cellar was excavated for 
that liouse were his. His widow, Hannah Beeeher. n- 
ceived a tract of land by vote of the colonists for service- 
as midwife ; liad a son Isaac. 

2. Isaac Beeeher, b. in England; will dated Sept. '2i''. 
1GS9; names wife Mary, eldest son John, sons Josci'h. 
Isaac, Samuel and Eleazer. .Tosejih Beeeher was ances- 
tor of ])r. Lyman, and Heniy Ward Beeeher. 

3. Isaac Beeeher, son of Isaac and Mary Beeeher, and 
grandson of John and Hanuali, b. xVug. 8, 1650; m. Joan- 
na . 

4. Samuel Beeeher, son of Isaac and .Joanna Beeclicr. 
m. Hannah Farrington. 

5. Anil/ Beeeher, dau. of Samuel and Hannah Beeeher. 
b. Aiiril 15, 1720, m. Jan. 10, 1740, Jonathan Ailing. Jr. 

From '' AlH)tg-Anens" and " T. F." 

" Tuttle" Continued. 
7. Orris Tuttle, son of Andrew and Philome (Allin-1 
Tuttle and grandson of Noah and Thankful (Boyce) Tut 
tie, b. Sept. 14, 179S; m. Dee. 30, ISIS, in Camden. N. Y.. 
Amy Smith, [9] 1). Feb. 27, ISOl, andcelebratedtheirgol.len 
wedding in },[unson. 111., Dec. 30, ISOS. Orris Tuttle and 
his wife wore bnth b. in Canulen. N. Y., rem. to Trivoli, 
III., Sept.. isi^.thence to Munson in ls52. Orris Tuttle 
d. at the home of liis son. Oriis, in Orient, Iowa, Jan. 



Appendix 1323 

I. 1^77, and Amy (Smitli) Tuttle d. iu Oriout Aug., IS'JH, 
._'. il S'J years and 6 months. 

S. Hi rum Smith Tuttle, sou of Orris and graudsou of 
Andrew, b. May 11, 1S37, in Camden, X. Y., rem. with 
his father to Muuson, III, in 1852. In the fall of 18(31, eu- 
ii>tod for three years, in the 9th 7//. Cuvalnj, Co. C, and 
having served liis time out, returned home sick and died 
witliin twenty days, Oct. 13, 1864, and was buried in the 
Miinson Cemetery, the first soldier to be buried there; m. 
.Inly 31, 1857, in Munson, 111., Julia Amelia BusLncll, b. 
Aiu'il 9, 1836, in Holly, N. Y. 

9. Celia lantke Tuttle, dau. of Hiram and Julia 
(Dushnell) Tuttle, b. in :Muuson, 111., Nov. 18, 1858, m. 
in Seward, Xeb., Aug. IG, 1875, Alberic 0. Ingham, b. 
.Jan. 2(J, 1855; one son. (See No. 866.) 

lU. Allelic Vijrdcn Ingham, b. May 28, 1S7G, iu Sew- 
ard. Neb. 

(Smith.) 

1. [9]JonathuH Smitli, Jr., son of Jonathan, m. Betliia 
iJoulittle [10], April 25, 1765. Served in the Revolution- 
ary War. Ees., Litchfield, Conn. 

2. EhJad Smith, son of Jonathan Smith, Jr., b. July 
2s, 1768, m. ^Martha Moss, dau. of a Rev. soldier. 

Ehlad was b. and m. in Litchfield, Conn., where several 
of his children were born; rem. to Camden, N. Y., where 
on Feb. 27, 1801, Amy Smith, bis dau., wlio m. Orris Tut- 
tle, was born. 

(Dooliftle.) ' 

1 . [V)]Abrn]i,jm Donlittle was very early in ^lass. lie 
took the oath in New Haven (1644) and was made the chief 
executive officer of the county (Sheriff). In 1669 was 
chosen b^- the people to "superintend the affairs of the 
new settlement at Wallingford whieli was incori>orated 
May 12, 1670, by act of the General Court at Hartford. 
In time of King Phillip's war he was a member of the 



1324: Appendix 

Vigilance Committee and his dwelling was fortified I'..! 
protection against the Indians. lie was several time- 
deputy from New Haven and afterwards from ^\'al^Hl_' 
ford. " He d. Aug. 11, 1600, ae. 70 years, m. Joanna, ^-i- 
ter of Koger Ailing of New Haven; (2) Abigail, dau. ei 
John Moss, July 2, 1G63. 

2. 1 Abraham Doolittle, son of Abraliain and Joanna 
(AUiug), Ij. Feb. 12, 1G49; d. Nov. 1(>, 17;:;2; m. Nov. '.). 
IGSO, Mercy, dau. of William Holt; (2) Feb. 12, H ;-'.'. 

Euth Lathrop, of New London, who d. ; (3) Junr o. 

1095, Elizabeth Thorpe, dau. of Samuel. 

3. Abraham Doolittle, son of Abraham and Mercy 
(Holt) Doolittle, and grandson of Abraham and Joanna, 
b. at AVallingford, Conn., March 27, 1GS4. He. m. ^Nlary 
Lewis, Aug. 10, 1710, and settled the same year in Chesh- 
ire parish. 

4. Iltzekioh Doolittle, twin, b. :May 25, 1711, son of 
Abraham and ^lary (Lewis) Doolittle, m. Hepzibah and 
rem. to Litchfield, Conn., and lived to good old ages. Sliu 
outlive.l her husband and with the children was men- 

.tioned in his will (which is still preserved). 

5. Bdhia Doolittle, dau. of Ilezekiah, m. Jonathan 
Smith, April 25. 17G5, and after his death m. (2) a man 
by the name of Cain. 

From Dr. W. F. Doolittle, Cleveland, 0. 

Moss. 

John J/oN.'i, the emigrant, came to Wallingford in 1070; 
children. Merry and John. 

John Moss, son of John, m. [Mary Lathr()[), 1G77. 

John Moss third, son of John. b. Nov. 10. 1GS2, m. 
Elizabeth Hall, Feb. 25, 170S. 

Le^i Muss, son of John third, b. Sei^t. 311. 1722, ni. 
:^hu-tlia. 11a. 1 MUis, AuH.s, b. X,.v. 17, 1744: Levi, b. Nnv. 
Ki, 174i'); Stephen. 1). Feb. (1, 175'^. 

From "Histurv of Wallingford," 



Arr-ENDix 1325 

111 '-Kesiaeuts of Litchfield, Coiiu., 17:^0 to ISoo." coui- 
,:ilcd by George C. AVoodrutY 1843. puljlislied IDOi), tlie 
fill lowing record is found: 

Levi Moss of "VValliugford, Conn., came to Litcliiield 
with throe sons, namely, Amos, Levi and John. 

Levi Moss, Jr., son of Levi, m. Jan. 14, 1773, Z^Iartha 
SlK-rman. He served in the Eev. 

From "Conn, in the Kev. " P. GG3, among list <if [len- 
>i(>ners in^lS4(i is Martha Moss, Litchtield, County of 
same name. Her age is recorded as 'jn years. 

Levi Moss. Jr., of Litchfield, had a dau. :krartha and 
it has been supposed that his dau. was the Martha Moss 
who married Eldad Smith, Dec. 12, 1792, as her father 
was a Kev. soldier. 

The History of Litchfield, and the Commissioner of 
I'en>ions at AVashiugtou both give the same date for 
tlie marriage of Levi ^loss and Martha SheruLan, as 
•Ian. 14, 1773. The Smith family Bible and the History 
of Litcliiield give the date Dec. 12, 1792, for the marriage 
of Kldad Smith and Martha Moss, so it looks as if these 
tw() dates were correct, but the History of L. gives the 
<late of birth of Levi's dau. :\Iartha, as March 24, 1785, 
thus she v.'ould have licen only about seven years old at 
tlie time of Eldad Smith's marriage. There is no other 
Martha }^loss mentioned in the Litchfiehl History. 

Sue letter following: 

Geneseo, 111., Sept. 14, 1902. 
Dear Mrs. Martin: 

Since mailing my genealogical manuscript, I have found 
my "Moss" line which is as follows: 

1. Jnh„ Moss, Wallingford. lG7i)-17(lS. (Six chil- 
dren.) 

2. J'jJoi Moss, Jr., married Martha Lothrop in 1G77. 
(Nine children.) 

3. B. ,t].!nun Mo.ss. b. Feb. p). 17(1J. ,li,.,] 17(;i, married 
May 28, 172>. Abigail Cole. (Klevun children.) 



1325 Apiendix 

4. Joseph Mu.ss, Capt., boru Dec, 1742, did ls.;i;, 
married 17G2, Esther Lewis, dau. of Dr. Beiyamin Lewi^. 
(Niue children.) 

5. MartJui Moss, born 1773, married Eldad Smith. 
Dec. 12, 17'J2. She died in Michigan. 

From Mrs. Lydia Bolls Xewcumb, New Haven. 
Celia I. Ingham. 

Bushncll. 

1. The earh' Bushnells were a family of carpenters 
and builders, and tradition has it that they were Frencii 
Hugnenot refugees from France to England. 

All the authoi'ities agree that (1) Francis Bushn<-U. win. 
was in Guilford, Conn., in 1630. and was the third signer 
of tilie Plantation Covenant, was the first of the Bu.shnells 
in this country. He was b. in 1576 or 157S ; he died in 1 (;4i'. 
his will being y)roved Oct. 13th of that year. The early 
records show that he had a home lot of three acres in Guil- 
ford. His wife's name was Kebecca. They had the fd- 
lowing children. 

1. Deacon Francis Bushnell of Guilford and Saybrook, 
who d. in 16S1. 

2. John, b. in 1614. 

3. Rebecca, who m. in 1646. 

4. AVilliam (Lieutenant), b. 1C23. 

5. Sarah, who was bap. in 1625. 

6. Itichard, who d. in 1657. 

2. Lieutenant WiUiam Bushnell, h. 1623, d. Nov. 12. 
16S3. He was a Lieutenant in the Colonial militia, and 
Savage says that he, like his brother Francis, was a de- 
visee of the Indian sachem Joshua. Ho m. Iicbecca Chap- 
man, sister of Kobert Chapman, one of the tirst settlers 
of Saylirook. 

3.* William Bn^hnrll J,-., son of William and grand- 
son ())■ Francis L, b. IC^-^, livcl in Saybrook, Conn. My 
information says that his first wife, the mother of lii> 



Appendix 1327 

. l.iMrcii in <iur lino, ^Yas; named Rebecca. I have not, liow- 
i-\i'r, been able to learn her family name. Ills second 
uil'e was widow Sariili Bull. 

4. WiU.idin Bushndl, son of "William Jr., son of Wil- 
liam, son of Francis, b. Ajiril 3, IGSO, m. Catherine Jordan 
April I'i, 1701. It is believed that she was the grand- 
(i.iuirhter of John Jordan who came from Lenhara, County 
Kfiit, Eng., settled at Guilford in 1639. and d. in 1650, 
leaving a widow, Ann Bishop, who after his death m. 
Thomas Clark. Had a sou, John Jordan, who was at 
(luilford in 1658, and was living at Saybrook from 1678 
to S3. Probably father of Catherine Jordan who m. Wil- 
liam Bushnell in 1701. 

From M. B. Jones, 125 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

5. Stephnn Bushnell, son of William and Catherine 
Jordan Bushnell. b. April 29, 1705, m. Temperance. So 
far I have been unable to learn her family name, the 
date of marriage or the names and dates of their chil- 
dren, with the exception of Abraham. 

6. Ahrnlinm Bu.'^lnieJI, son of Stephen and grandson 
of William od, b. Jan. 7, 1745. m. in Canaan Falls, Conn., 
Jan. 1770, Mary Ensi£iTi[ll], dan. of John and Mary 
(Sedgwick) Ensign, h. July 11. 1751, d. Nov. 19, 18.32. 
Abraham d. Sept. 24, 1824. (For an interesting sketch of 
-Mary Ensign, see "Life and Lettprs" of Dr. ITorace 
Bushnell.) ^ 

7. Samuel Busluirll, son of Abraham and "Molly" 
P.ushnell, b. in Canaan, Conn.. ^lay 9, 1773, m. in Canaan, 
Feb. 15, 1796, Pedee Beckley, emigrated with his father 
to Starksborough. Vermont about 1795. where he was the 
leading man of the village for many years; d. !Maivh 29. 
l'^41, at the hpme of his son. Seaman, in Holly, X. Y. 

8. Sfiman Sefjf/ifirl- BusJinrll, son of Samuel and 
Pedee and irra7id>on of Abraham and V.rAly (p]nsign) 
Bushnell. b. Oct. 14, 1^(17. in Stnrk<!iorongh, Vermont, 
m. Sabrina Brown, dau. of William and ^lary Elizabeth 

[84 J 



1328 Api'ENdix 

(Bostwick) Bruwu, b. April 10, JSlU, d. Sept., 1SG7, in 
Brooklyu, Iowa; rem. to Holly, X. Y. 1832; thence b. 
Munson, 111., in 1855. lie d. in Oilman, lovra, March 5. 
1891. 

9. Julia Amelia Bushnell, dau. of Seaman and grainl- 
dau. of Samuel, b. April 9, 1836, in Holly, N. Y., m. in 
ilunson, 111, -July 31, 1857, Hiram Smith Tuttle. Kos., 
Geneseo, 111. 

11 En-sign. 

The name was of Saxon origin, and taken from a maiKn- 
near Canterbury where the family Arms were at ont- 
time in the church there. The Herald's College estal)- 
lished its validity as a family name in 1553. It is found 
in Essex, Norfolk and Kent Counties. 

1. James Ensign- of Cambridge, Mass., 1G.34, made 
freeman of Mass. ]Mar. 4, 1C35. An original proprietor in 
Hartford, Conn., 1639. Had home lot on south side of 
the highway now Elm St. An original member of the 
South Church, Hartford, organized Feb. 12, 1670. He d. 
the same year, his widow Sarah d. 1676. 

2. David Ensign, oi\\\ son of James and Sarah En- 
sign, b. about 1644. m. Oct. 22, 1663, :\rehital)le, dau. of 
Thomas Gunn, of Windsor, Conn. In 1682 they were 
divorced by mutual consent; m. (2) Sarah "Wilcox, dcui. 
of John and Saridi (Wadsworth) Wilcox, who tl Fell. 3. 
1717. He rem. to West Hartford, Conn., and d. Dec. 12, 
1727, in his S2d year. David 's first wife, after the divorce. 
ra. 1685, Isaac Sheldon, a widower of Windsor. 

3. TJicmas Ensign, son of David and Mehitabk' En- 
sign, b. Dec. 7, 16(;8, m. Dec, ]6!)2, Hannah, dau. of .John 
Shepard. 

4. J (Jin Ensiipi, son of Thomas and grandson of David 
E.,tl. Feb. 21. 16!)4, m. Elizabeth \ 

5. [Vl\-luhi> Eu..inii, .>on of .lolm aad grandson el 
Thomas, b. Fel». 2. 1723, had twin bro. Jacob, m. Marv 



AfPENnix 132'J 

S.-iiirwick [13J ; wm. fiotn llnriford to Salisbury, Conn. 
Tv.Dcliil.lren. .Tolm an-l ^h.lly. 

(;. [\\]M(iri/ or .1/0//;/ Envifj)i, only dan. of John alid 
Mary (SL'd-wiek) Ivisigu, bap. July 7, 1751, m. Jan., 1770, 
.\l.raliani Buslinell. 

(Sedgivid;.) 

1. [\?^]l{nhf,t Srrhjiricl;. ancestor of all the New Eng- 
liMid Sedgwifks, soldier, b. in P^nglaud aV)0ut 1500; d. in 
Jamaiea, \V. L, ^lay 24, 165G. 

Tie had been a member of the Artillery Company in 
London, and settled in Cliarlestown, Mass., in 1035. He 
engaged in business, became a successful merchant, and 
was for many years deputy from Charlestown to the 
(ieneral Court. 

He was one of the founders of the Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery Company in 1638, its Captain in 1040. and 
funimanded the Castle in 1()4]. In 1643 he became a Col- 
onel of the ^Middlesex Regiment and in 1652 commander 
of all the Mass. ^Militia. He was associated with John 
Winthroj), Jr., in 1643-4 in establishing the first furnace 
and iron woi-ks in this country. He was emjiloyed to ex- 
pel the French from Penobscot in 1654; was engaged in 
the expedition against the Spanish West Indies in 1655. 
when Jamaica was taken, and was one of three commis- 
sioners appointed by Cromwell to <xo\-ern that Islaiid. 
Ju--t before his death the Protector advan<-ed him to sole 
command with the rank of Mnjor Gcncnil: m. Joanna. 

2. WiU'nnii S''rlijiii(k, Son of Robert and Joanna Sedg- 
wick, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Kev. Samuel Stone[14] 
(teacher of church in Hartford). He served in the army; 
on*' child. Samuel. 

3. S.innol S,',Jij,i-irl:, son of William and grand-on of 
Robert, b. lOlw; (i. Maivh 24, 1735; ni. H'.SO, .Alary Hop- 
kins[151. wh(; d. Sept. 4. 1743. dau. of Stejihen Hopkins. 



1330 ApPEiNDrx 

4. Ebenezer Scdgirick, son of Capt. Samuel and Mary 
(Hopkins) Setlgwick, b. 1695, d. Dw. 2, 17.j!t, ao. (].;, n.. 
June 3U, 1720, Pioidence Merrill (dau. of Dr. A4)rali;uii 
Men-ill), who m. (2) July 28, 1707, Col. David Whitney i.f 
Canaan. She d. in Hartford, Feb. 1. 1793, ae. 92 year-. 

From Geo. F. Tutilc, Ntnv Ilacen. 

5. [V2]'Marij Sedgwick, dau. of Ebenezer and granW 
dau. of Samuel, b. April 29, 1726, m. John En.sign, and liad 
Molly, who m. Abraham Bushnell. 

[14] Samuel Stone, clergjTuan, b. in Hertford, England. 
July 30. 1602; d. in Hartford, Conn., July 20, 1GG3. ni> 
father, John, was a freeholder of Hertford. The son was 
a student at Emanuel College, Cambridge, 1623-7. Flee- 
ing to the American colonies to escape religious persecu- 
tion, he landed at Boston, Mass., Sept. 3, 1633, having its 
companions in his flight, Eev. .John Cotton and Kov. 
Thomas Hooker. "With the latter he was an associate in 
a church at Cambridge until 1636, when they both removed 
to the present site of Hartford, Conn., which was named 
after his old home, the spelling being conformed to tlif 
English pronunciation. On his decease, his old com- 
panion, Hooker, succeeded him in the ministry. 

+Jnh>/ Ilopl-i)!.?. "the miller," an original settler at 
Hartford, Conn., d. 16.54; his wid. .Tane m. Xathauiel 
"Ward of Hadley, Mass. 

Stephen Tlopl-ins, only son of .lohn Hopkins, b. 1634; 
d. 16S9; m. Dorcas Bronson, who d. May 13, 1697. 

[15].l/(7n/ Hopkins, dau. of Stephen and grand dau. of 
John, m. 16S9, Capt. Samuel Sedgwick. 

Becklcii. 

I. R'rharr] Brcklfi/. tradition states, came from Hamp- 
shint Er.<jr.. a!)t. lii.'lG. 1). abt. K'd^. but first pn-itive r--'-- 
ord uf liiui i.- in Xew llavrn. Cnun., 163!', when- he was 
one of a committee aj^pointed Feb. 5. In 164S he was 



Appendix 1331 

iiiaile Sergeant and in 1659 he gave testimony in New 
Haven Court, but Feb. 22, 1660, he was "voated" an in- 
i.iliitant of "Wethersfield, Conn., where he bought thrtte 
l,!Uidre<l acres and founded Beckley Quarta, not selling 
;;i- land in Xew Haven until 16(52, however; m. Frances 
jivMiiing, dan. of Hon. John Doming. 

2. Niifluniiel BccJdei/. son of Kichard, b. New Haven, 
Conn. 1G.j2, d. Wethersfield. Conn., Oct. 29, 1G97, m. May 
1<, KI'.i.'J, at AVetliersficld, Comfort Doming, dan. of Jona- 
than and Sarah (Graves) D., b. June 5, 1668. 

;■!. Joseph Becl-h'i/, Lieut., b. Wetherstield, Conn., 
Srpt. 19, 1695, d. Jan. 30, 1772, son of Nathaniel and 
irraiidson of Richard, m. Wethersfield, Oct. 23, 1723, Mary 
•hidd, dau. of Benjamin and Susannah (North) Judd, b. 
Fob. 6, 1702, d. April 16, 1750. 

4. Joseph BecJdry, b. Wethersfield, Conn., Aug. 23, 
1727, d. Canaan, Conn., March 15, ISIO, son of Joseph 1st, 
ajid grandson of Nathaniel Beckley, m. at Canaan or ^lid- 
illotown. Conn., Podee Hancock, dau. of Daniel and Rachel 
llancuck, b. in Middletowu, Conn., June 11, 1727, d. 
Canaan, June 28, 1776. 

5. Joseph BeckJeu, son of Joseph and grandson of 
Joseph 1st, b. in Canaan. May 3. 1749, d. there in 1812, 
drowned in the Housatonic River; m. at Canaan, or New 
Preston, Conn., Jan. 5, 1769, Jane Bosworth, b. New Pres- 
ton. Conn.. 1752, d. Holly, N. Y., July 2, 1836. (I have 
boon unable to learn her father's Christian name, but 
mother says, her mother's name was Betsy Bolton. I 
have thought that perhaps John Bosworth, of East Hamp- 
Oin, Conn.. 1743. was her grandfather. C. I. I.) 

Pi'ijce Bfil.Uii, dau. of Josejih and Jane (Bosworth) 
r.cckley, h. in Canaan. Conn., June 29. 1777. d. in Holly, 
X. v., Man'h 25. 1^53, m. Feb. 1.5. 1796. Samuel liushnell. 
From C. r.. Sliej^pard. 128 West 4;>d St.. New York, N. Y. 

1. Hon. Jnh)! Bcnvnn, b. .n],t. 161(1. ,1. 17n5. He is 
named in "Winthrop charter, 1662, and was representa- 



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tive very often; ra. 1G37, Honour Treat, dau. of Ricliar.i 
an.l Alice (Gaylord) Treat[l<)], b. Pitminster, Eng., IfilC 
Kes., Wetherstield. Conn. Ilis dau. Frances m. Paehar.i 
Beckley and it is thought that she was mother of Nathan- 
iel Beckley, son of Kichard, but dates are kicking, U> 
prove the fact. 

'2. Jnnuthan Deining, son of John and Ilontmr iK-in- 
ing, h. VV,][), a. Wethersfiekl, Conn, Jan. IS, 1700, m. Nov. 
21, Kliln, .Sarah Graves, dau. of Deacon George and 

Sarah Graves, d. June 2, IGGS. Deacon Georgt.- 

Graves was an original proprietor of Hartford; d. Sept., 
1073. 

3. Comfort Demitui, dau. of Jonathan and grand- 
daughter of John. b. June 5, 166S, lu. Nathaniel Dfcklfv, 
^[ay 18, 1G93. 

[lG]IUc]iard Treat, with his wife, Alice Gaylord, came 
from Pitminster, Eng., early in the 17tli century to "Wcth- 
ersfield. Conn., d. there in 1G90, was a deputy from ltJ44 
till 1658, assistant or magistrate from 1658 till 1665, and a 
patentee of the charter that was granted to Connecticut 
by Chai les TI. in 1G62. 

Plis estate of about 90i} acres, in wliat is now Glaston- 
liury, was long known as tlie Treat farm. 

See "Treat Family," by J. II. Treat, 1S93. 
The Gaylords were of Xorman French extraction, dat- 
ing Itack to the year 1248. In the sixteenth century, hav- 
ing emlu-aced the .Protestant faith, they were, togetluT 
with other Huguenots, driven out of France, finding a 
refuge in hospitable England. 

1. Thomas Judd came from England to Cambridge, 
Mass.. in 1634, where laud was granted 1dm that year; 
moved to Hartford, Conn.. 1G3G, and to Farmington. 
Conn.. 1644-45, where he lived until after the dcatli of 
In's fii'M. wife who^e name and dates are unknown. Then 
moved ii. XortluimpicH, .Mass., where he d. Nov. 0, 1(W>. 
after his marriage to Clemeuce, wid. of Thomas ^lason. 



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II,> was the spcond Deacon of ehurrli in Farmington, 
,;i:,| a deputy from that town, 1657 and afterwards. 

J. IJcnjoMin J add, son of Thomas Judd, b. 1042, jd. 
(i.t.. 1GS9. m. 1667, :\Iary Lewis, b. :\[ay 6, 1645, dan. of 
I .i|.t. AVilliam and Mary (Hopkins) Lewis. 

;>. L'riijitinin Juchf. son of Benjamin and ]N[ary 
1 Lewis) [17] Judd, and grandson of Thomas, b. 1671, d. 
M.iivh !t, 1764. m. Jan. 18. 1C)94. Susannah Xortli, b. April 
I.'i. 1676. d. Aj.ril ■_'.3, 1764, dan. of John and Susannah 
■ i-^ranci.-:.) Xoi-th[18]. 

4. Muni Jiiild. dan. of Benjamin and Susannah 
iXnrth) Judd. b. Feb. 6. 1702, d. April 16, 1750, m. Oct. 
2.;. 172:;, Joseph Beckley, 1st. 

1. \\'t]WiUi<Aui Lewis, with wife, Felix, came from 
l-'.ii:,'. ti^ Cambridge, Mass., in Ship Lion, in 16J2; d. either 
.\iiu. 2, 16S3, Hadley, Mass., or Aug. 3, 1653, in Farming- 
ten, Conn.; printed records differ; Felix d. Aug. 17, 1671. 

2. Captdiii WiUimn Leicis, son of William, b. Fng., d. 
Aug. IS. 16:10. m. l(U4, Mary Hopkins, of Stratford, 
Conn., who d. 1673. dau. of "William and !Mary Hopkins. 

The liistory of Stratford and Bridgeport says (Vol. 1, 
P. 130), that William Hopkins was a resident in Strat- 
foi-d, Ci>nn., in 1640, and in 1641-2 was one of the Magis- 
trates of the General Court; then lie disappears and noth- 
iriir further is known of him. While in Stratford was a 
leailing man. 

3. Marij Lriri.^, dau. of Captain William and ^Mary 
(Iliipkius) Lewis, b. May 6, 1645, m. 1667, Benjamin 
Judd. 1st. 

1. [ISjJrJ,// North, b. Phig,, 1615, came to Boston. 
Mass.. in the "Susan and Ellen," ir,;;5, settled in Far- 
niin-ton. Conn.: d. there in ITiOO; m. Hann.ah, dau. of 
TiK.ma-T.ird. of Hartford, Conn. 

2. .Jnlm Xnilli, s(m of John and Hanr.ah (Bird) 
Xerth. li. Xov., 1641, d. 1682. m. in Wethersfield. Conn., 



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April 15. 1671, Susanna Framns, b. Ifif)!, dau. of Ruljcrt 
FrauoLs b."ira2, and Joan, b. 1615. 

From Clara B. SlieiJpard, New York, N. Y. 

BoskvicJ^. 

1. Art]nir Bostn-irl-, liapt. Dec. 22, 160^. d. 16.^1, ni. 
Jane "Whittle. Pie came to America in 1642. located at 
Stratford, Conn., where he died. He was descended from 
William Bostwiek, Baronet of Chester, Eng. Burk in Lis 
"Peerage" says the Bostwicks are descended from old 
King David of Scotland. Arthur m. (2) wid. Ellen Jon- 
son. 

2. John Bosta-ick, son of Arthur and Jane (\Vhitth') 
Bostwick, b. Oct. IS, 1638, d. 16SS, m. ^lary, dau. of John 
and ^lary (Carter) Brinsmead, b. July 24, 1641), d. 17(i4. 

3. John Bo.'itn-icli, son of John and Mary (Brinsmead; 
Bostwick. b. May 4, 1667, d. abt. 174S, m. Abigail, dau. of 
Joseph and Abigail (Brndon) Walker[in], b. Feb. 1<. 
1672. lie was the second settlor in Xow ^lilford, Conn. 

4. ./"//» Bosfirich. sou of John and Abigail, and grand- 
son of John and ^lary Bostwick, b. Oct. 12, 16S8, d. June 
12. 1741, m. ]\Iercy. dau. of I'rancis and Hannah (Sey- 
mour) Bushnell. )>. 1687, d. Sei)t. 5, 1767. He was h. in 
Stratford, but removed to Xew ^Milford with his father. 

5. John Bosticick, son of John, of John, of John, of 
Arthur, b. Xew :Milford. Conn.. ^larch 24. 1716, d. De.-. 
17, 1S06, m. Jemima Canf5eld, dau. of Jeremiah and Alice 
( ) Canfield, b. 1706, d. Oct. 11, 1795. 

6. Xafluni BosticicJ:, son of J.ohn and Jemima B(^st- 
wick, b. in Xtw ^rilford. Conn., Xov. 1(1, 1716, d. Aug. MK 
l'i20, m. Elizabeth Cogswell, b. June 2, 1745, d. April 2'.i. 
]82^. 

7. 'Mnru F.Ji:nhrth Bn,f,rirl-. dau. of Xathan and Elizn- 
])eth (('(n:>wrll) r.o.-,twi('k, m. in Starksliorougli, Ver- 
uKint. in L^OO, William Bro\\-n. 



Appendix 1335 

s. Sahrina Broun, dan. of William and Mary p]. (Bost- 
^^i.■k) Brown, b. in StarksborougL, Vt., April 10, ISIO, m. 
Scaiiian Sedgwick Busbnell. 

For further account of the Bostwicks, the Coat of Arms 
.•:ii(l dfscriptiou thereof, see " Bosticick Gencdlugy," com- 
piled by ileury A. Bostwick, 92 Grand St., Xew York City. 

1. [l\)]Uuheit Walker, b. 1607, rem. from ]^[auchester 
III Laiieaushire, Eng., to Boston, Mass., where in 1632 be 
iiniU'd with the tirst church and was one of the founders of 
••( tld South Church" in 16G1J. lie bad a bouse and lot in 
ICVK with garden in the corner of the common at the cor- 
ner of Tremont and Boylston Streets. He d. May 29, 16S7. 
His widow Sarah d. Dec. 21, 1C95. 

2. Jufit-ph Walker, son of Kobert and Sarah Walker, 
li. July, 1646, m. 1667, Abigail, dau. of Rev. Peter Pru- 
dcu[20], of Milford, Conn. He d. Nov., 16S7. His widow 
m. (2) 1688, Eicbard Hubbell and d. 1717. 

;!. [l9]Abi[jail Walker, dau. of Joseph and grand 
'laughter of Koljert, b. Feb., 1671, m. John Bostwick, 2d. 

[20] Rev. Peter Pruden, b. 1601, m. in Edgton Co., York, 
Eng., Joanna Boyde; arrived in Boston with Rev. John 
Davenport, thence to Xew Haven, 163S. 

His first sermon in Xew Haven was preached 
under a large spreading oak, from the text: "The 
Voice of one crying in the wilderness, prepare ye 
the way of the Lord, make His paths straight," on 
the afternoon of April 18, 16.'>8. He occasionally })reaehed 
at Wetliersiield, where was gathered the Milford Church, 
which was organized in 1640. He was pastor of the Mil- 
ford Church until his death in 1656. His house was for- 
tilied as a place of refuge in time of Indian wars, and bis 
garden tiieir only cemetery for years. 

He left good e>tnte here, besides his lands at Edgton, 
Co. Y..rk. Hi> wid. m. (2) Capt. Thomas Willet; (;i) Rev. 
John Dishop. 



Seymour. 

1. Richdfd Sci/»iniir vrnf one of the early settlers i.f 
Hartford, in 1G39; lie was chimney viewer in IG-iT, ai;.l 
owned considerable land in Hartford. His name is on 
the list of those who made the agreement with I\ol;it 
Ludlow, Jnne 19, 1650, "In the settling and jtlanting nf 
Norwalke." He sold his lands in Hartford and removal 
to Xorwalke, probably in 1651. March 2'.i, 1655, he v,;i.< 
chosen townsman, or selectman, but he did not hold tlu' 
office long, for he d. in the summer of 1655. His wid. 
M'rcy survived him and m. (2) Nov. 25, 1655, John Sterl 
of Farmington. 

2. Thomas Sei/nioiir, son of Richard, with his father. 
one of the first settlers of Xorwalk, Conn. He m. Jan.. 
1653, Hannah, dau. of Matthewaud Elizabeth Marvin[21]. 
The date of his death is unknown, but he married a sec- 
ond wife, Elizabeth . He was deputy to the Gen- 
eral Court, 1690, and held manj" town offices. His will is 
dated Sept. 22, 1712, and probated Nov. 7, 1712. 

3. Uannali Seymour, dau. of Thomas and grand-dau. 
of Richard, b. Dec. 12, 1754, m. Oct. 12, 1675, Francis 
Bushnell, son of William and Rebecca (Chapman) Bush- 
•nell, b. 1650. They removed to Daubury, Conn., between 
16S4 and 1696. 

4. Mercy Bushnell, cVui. of Francis and Hannali 

(Seymour) Bushnell, b. , 16S7. m. Jan. '^. 

1712, Major John Bostwick of Xew Milford, b. in 16^9. 
He was a very jiromiuent citizen of his new home and he 
d. there Jan. 17, 1741. She m. (2) Col. James Lockwood 
of Xorwalk, and d. X\-)v. 5, 1767. 

[21]:\Iatthew]^rarvin, sou of Edwardand^^largaret ^Nlar- 
vin, was bai)t. at Great Bentley in the County of Essex. 
T'higland, March 26, 1599. came to X'ew England 16:U, in 
tlie •increase" with wife Elizabeth, and^ several cliil- 
(Ircii; Hannali was six months old. He was an oriiriii;i! 
l>roi,rietnr of Hartford, survevor of hi-liwavs, M\?,'.\ 1647. 



Appendix 1337 

i..- was one of the signers of the agreement for planting 
Niirwalk, June 19, 1650; Deputy to the General Court, 
;..;i;(l. 1(587. 

I'l.un Mary K. Talcott, 133 Sigourney St., Hartford, 
I'.iiin. 

Annahle. 

Tlie first of this name in this country -was Anthony, 
vslin came over in the "Anne" in 1623. He remained in 
i'lyuiDuth until 1634. when he went to Scituate, being 
■ m- of the founders of the town, also church. In 164') 
):■• went to Barnstaljle. All his life he was called " Good- 
man "' Annable. He was "most useful in church and 
Slate." He was Deputy to the Colony Court thirteen 
_\':irs. His moral character was unimjieachable and he 
exhibited in his daily walk his Christian character— a 
man of sound judgment, discreet, cautious — a good neigh- 
I "V and a useful man. He wrote his name as here written, 
I'Ut it occurs in the records written Anable, Anible, Anni- 
Mi- and Anniball. 

He was married three times. He resided in the Col- 
I'liy fifty-one years. He was a Puritan, neither bigoted 

I'.cr intolerant. He d. , 1674, age not recorded, but 

>aid to be seventy-five years old. He m. 1st, Jane , 

who was buried Dec. 13, 1643. He m. 2d, [March 3, 1644-5, 
.\nn Clark, while some decipher the name Ann Elocke. 
He m. 3d. Ann or Hannah Barker, soon after the death 
'•f his scs^ond wife, who was buried ]\Iay 16, 1651. His 
tliird wife was buried about ^lar. 16, 165S. 

There were eight children, three by first wife, four by 
second and one by third. 

Sarah, b. , 1622, in England, m. Nov. 22. 163S, 

Henrv Powell of S.'ituate. She d. in 16S7. leaving a fam- 
ily. 

Ilnnnali. b. , Ph-mouth. Mass.. about 1(;25, and 

1 eiiiir tlieir first burn after their arrival a grant of land 



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was made to her by virtue of her riglit as one of the fir.-! 
born. She m. INIar. 10, 1G44, Thomas Bowman or Bour- 
inau, of Barnstabh\ 

Susannah, b. abt. 1G;J0, m. May lo. 1G52, William Hatrh, 
Jr., of Scituate. 

Daughter, d. in infaney, buried April S, 1G35. 

De])orah, bapt. May 7, IGST, in Scituate. 
+ Samuel, b. Jany. 22, 1G4(3. 

Ezekiel, bapt. Ai.ril 2^, 1G49. 
+ Desire, bapt. Oct. 16, 1G5.3. 

Hannah Annable (dau. Anthony and Jane), b. abt. 
1625, m. Mar. 10, 1645, Thomas Bowman. There \ver.> 
seven children. 

Hannah, b. ^lay , 1646. 

Thomas, b. Sept. , 1G4S. 

Samuel, b. July , 1651. 

Desire, b. May , 1654. 

Mary, b. ]y[arch , 1656. 

Mehitable, b. Sept. , 165S. 

Tristram, h. Aug. , 1661. 

Samuel Annable (son of Anthony and Ann), b. Jany. 

22, 1646, d. , 1G7S, m. June 1, 1667, Mehitable Ailyn 

(dau. of Thomas Allyn of Barnstable). She m. 2d, ^[-.xy 
G, 1GS3, Cornelius Briggs, of Scituate. There were fi'ur 
children. 

In 17n3 there were only two of the family, Samuel and 
John of Barnstal)le. 

Tlie children were: 
+ Samuel, h. July 14. IGGD. 

Hannah, b. Mar. 16, li;72, d. Aug. , 1672. 

+ John, b. July 10. 1673. 
+ Anna, b. Mar. 4, 1676. 

Desire Amiable (d;m. of Anthony and naiinrdi). biq.t. 
Oct. IG, l(i53. d. July 24, 17ni;, in Scituate, Mass., m. 



Ari'ENUix 1339 

.lany. ]«, 167(), John Barker. (He m. 2d, in ITOG, llan- 
ii.ih (Loiiiiy) Cushman , dau. of Thomas Loring of Iling- 
haiii and widow of Ilev. Jeremiali Gushing of Seituatt^) 

S!it> d. May 3n, 1710, and he m. a third time, Sarah , 

who d. Sept. 7, 1730). There were four chihlreu, born 
in Barnstable. 

.I.thn, b. May 4, l(i7s, m. in 1706, Hannali, dau. of Kev. 
.Jeremiah Gushing— the daughter of his step-mother. 

Desire, b. Sept. ill'. 16S0. 

Anne, b. Aug. 20, 16S2, d. Nov. 22, 1GS2. 

Anne, b. Nov. 1, IHSo. 

There were probably other children, born after he 
removed from Barnstable. 

Samuel Amiable (son of Samuel and Mehitablo), b. 
July 14, 1G(39, d. Juno 21, 1744, m. April 11, 1605, Patience 

Doggett, b. , d. Oct. 11, 1760, ae. 90. There were 

seven cliildren. 

Desire, b. J any. 3, 1696. 
- Anna, b. Sept. 27, 1697. 

Jane, b. Dec. 24, 1699, m. Oct. 8, 1719, Dea. Eobert Da- 
vis, b. Mar. 7. 1696, d. -Tune 1, 1765. (He was son of Joseph 
and Hannah (Cobb) Davis). She d. Nov. 27, 1766. There 
were no children recorded on church or town records. 

Samuel, b. Jany. 14, 1702. 

Ghild, b. Jany. 12, 1704. d. in infancy. 
+ Patience, b. ^Nlay 15, 1705. 

Thomas, b. .Tune 21, 17(iS, m. Aug. 7. 1740, Ann Gor- 
ham, b. Jany. 13, 1716-17 (dau. of John and Prudence 
(("rocker) Gorham, Prudence being dau. of Joseph of 
IJarnstable). 

As John Gorham does not mention his dau. Ann in his 
will, dated Xov. 4, 1762, and does name his grand-daugh- 
ter. Thiuikful Annable, the inference is that she died bo- 
forr that date 

John Annable (son of Samuel and Mehitahle (Allvn) 



1340 Ar-iENDix 

Annable), b. July 19, 1673, d. , m. June IG, IC'.H'. 

Experience Taylor, b. June , 1672 (dau. of P>d\vai.l 

and ]\[ary (Merks) Taylor), d. . There were bcven 

children. 

+ Samuel, b. Sept. 3, 1693. 

+ MehiUible, b. Sept. 2S, 1695. 

John, b. April , 1697, d. May , 1697. 

John, b. May 3, 169S. 

+ Mary, b. Dec. , 1701. 

+ Cornelius, b. Nov. 3, 1704. 
+ Abigail, b. April 30. 1710. 

Anna Annable (daughter of Samuel and Meliital>le) 
b. Mar. 4, 1676, d. Mar. 21, 1732-3, buried W. Barnstable, 
m. Oct. 14, 1696, Dea. John Baker. After the death of his 
wife he went to Windham, Conn. There were ten chil- 
dren. 

Anna, b. Sept. IS, 1697, d. May 19, 1747, m. Oct. 17, 
1717, Captain Samuel Lombard. 

Mary, b. Aug. IS, 1699, m. April 2it, 1720, Benjamin 
Lothrop, and afterwards removed to Conn. 

John, b. June 14, 1701, d. young. 

Rebecca, b. Sept. 8, 1704. 

Samuel, b. Sept. 7, 1706, m. ]May 30, ]732, Prudence 
Jenkins. They removed to Windham, Conn. There were 
five children. 

(Martha, b. Jany. 24, 1732-3.) 

(Anna, b. :^tay 12, 17;;:j.) 

(Bethia, b. June 12, 1737.) 

(Sanuiel, 1). Sept. 30, 174(i.) 

(Mercy, b. :\lay 3(i, 1743.) 

Mary, b. Mnr. 25. 1710, m. , 1733, Lemuel Ilodge 

of Yarmouth, Mass. 

Mehita!)le, b. May 7, 1712, m. Jany. 10, 1734, El)enezer 
Crosby, of Yarmouth. 

Abigail, b. Feb. 1, 171.3-4, m. Nov. 9, 1732, Ichabod 
Lathro}) of Tolhmd, Conn. 



AlTENDIX 1341 

.loliii, b. Dlh'. 1, ITin. HI. Dee. 7, 1744, Mercy Carey, of 
Wiiidlumi, Coun. 
H;itinah, b. ^lar. -24, 1718. 

Anna Amiable (dau. of Samuel aud Patience (Do.scyet) 
A unable), b. Sept. 27, ir);)7, m. Aug. l'.\ 1720, Xathaulel 
I '.aeon. One authority states there were no children, 
and another that there -were two children, as follows: 

John, b. May 21, 1722. 

>rercy, b. Mar. 23, 1724. 

Patience Annable (dau. of Samuel and Patience (Dog- 

gft) Annable), b. May 15. 1705, m. , 1722, Joseph 

Paeon, b. June 15, 1695. There were seven children. 

Joseph, b. April 11, 1723, m. Dec. 13, 1750, ]\Iiriam 
Coleman. 

Desire, b. Dec. 3, 1724, ra. Sept. 24, 1745, Joseph Davis, 
Jr. 

Jane, b. Feb. 28, 1727-8, m. Sept. 24, 1745, James 
Davis, Jr. 

Samuel, b. ^lar. 26. 1731. He d. "on board the jirison 
.'^liip at St. Lucia, 1781." He was father of Pobert 
Paeon of Boston. 

Patience, b. June 20. 1734. m. ]Nfay ID. 1747, Ben Davis. 

Anna. b. July 20. 1737. d. June 20, 1761. 

Mercv, b. April 17. 1740. m. Sept. 4. 1760, Ben Lum- 
bcrt. 

Sninuel Aimable, 3d (son of John and Experience 
(Taylor) Annalile). b. Sept. 3. 1603. d. abt. 1748. as his 
widow files inventory of his estate June 8, 1748. ile re- 
moved to East HadduMi. Conn. He m. }>ray 28, 1710. 

Ueiiiember Crocker, b. Aug. 26. 1600. d . There 

wa. a so^y. 

- Joseph, b. ^far. 70. 1720, ;,nd pr.J.ably other cliiMren 
Inil the writer was simply tracing her line when collect- 
ing this material. 



1342 AlTENUIX 

Mehitable Annable (dau. of Julm ami ExiMMiciici'), 1i. 
Sept. 26 or 2S, 1695, d. Oct. 2S, 17G7, in. .luly j:!, 171.;, 

Andrew Hallett, b. , lti>!4, Yarmouth, d. Ayril -20, 

1751. There were two chihlreii. 

Desire, b. April 21, 1714, m. .July 20, 1732, Jana-,^ 
Hawes. 

Stepbeu, b. Oct. 5, 1721, m. , 174.3, Mercy Joyce, 

wlio d. Oct. 23, 17G3, and he m. 2d, Widow Thankful Tay- 
lor. There were seven children by first marriage and 
two by second. 

Mary, b. June 12, 1744. 

Anna, b. Mar. 30, 1747, d. unmarried. 

Joseph, b. Dec. 11, 174S, m. Ruth Taylor, and had 
three children (Josejih, and David and Asa twins). Jos- 
eph was lost at sea and his brother Levi was lost at sea 
in 1789. 

^lercy, b. Feb. 17, 1752, d. unmarried. 

Stephen, b. Aug. IG, 1754. 

]\[ehitable, b. June 10, 1757, d. unmarried. 

Sarah, b. April 12, 1760. 

Mary, b. Ain-il 10, 1767. 

Le%-i, b. July 16, 1769. 

Stephen m. Desire Hall and there were two children, 
Susan and Mercy. 

Mary Annable (dau. of John and Exjjcrience), b. Dee. 

. 1701. m. Aug. 19, 1719, David Hallett. There 

were ten children, b. in Barnstable; later removed to 
Hyannis. 

Abigail, b. June 26. 1720, m. Aug. 3, 1739, Prince 
Howes of Yarmouth. 

Jonathan, b. Dec. 1. 1722, m. Aus,-. 5. 1744. Mercy Bacon 
(dau. of Dea. Samuel), b. May 22. 171(i, and they had 
nine children. 

(JcTlm. b. Oct. 4. 1745.) 

(Joiiatlum, b. Dec. '.), 1749.) 

(Xathauiel, b. Nov. 2S, 17.52.) 



Arr-EN'Pix 1343 

(Aiincr. 1). :\Iarch 20, 1755.) 

(S;iinnel, h. March 26, 1758.) 

( lU'niamiii, b. Jaiiy. 18, 17G0.) 

(Kdward, b. April 6, 17G2.) 

(WiUiani, b. .) 

(David, b. .) 

David, b. Dw. 12, 1744. m. 1st, July 18, 175:^ Sarali 
I..'\vis; 2d, Feb. 12. 175G, Sarah Butler. Ho d. Nov. 
, 17G3. 

Elizabeth, b. dany. 9, 172G. 

^rehitabel, b. April 21, 1720, lu. , 1746-7, Rhu- 

i ael Baxter of Yarmouth. 

Kemoraber, b. I\[ay 12, 1731, m. Jaiiy. 4, 1753, Jabcz 
.Marrhant of Yarmouth. 

Sarah, b. ^^lay 28, 1733, m. , 1751, Jabez Par- 
ker. / 

Aunah, b. :\Iay 14, 1737, m. Nov. 1, 1759, Elisha Kent 
of GoodfiekL 

Mary, b. May 11, 1730, m. Xov. 22, 1701, Thnothy 
IlainbUu. 

Abner, b. :\ray 19, 1741. He m. Susan , had 

rliildrcu, amouij,- them a son Abner. 



Corneliu.- Annable (sou of John and Experience), b. 

Xov. 3. 1704, m. , Exjierience , and settled 

in Millingtou, E. Haddam in 1728. and living there in 
1747. There were eight children. 

Anne, b. Feb. 23, 1729, E. Haddam, d. , 1791, ae. 

65. 

Mehitable, b. Sept. 4. 1731. 

Susaniiju b. Ajiril 28. 1733. 

(,'ornelius, b. April 28, 173(;. He m. Xov. 10, 17G0, Lucy 
(irecn. ^ 

.\n-el. b. .rune 2'.i, 17;;7. 

Elijali, b. June 27, 1741. 

[S.5J 



1344 ArPEXDix 

+ John, b. April IS, 1744. 

Tt'mporauce, 1). A]>ril 15, 1747. 

Abigail Anuablo (dau. of Joliu and Experien'oe), b. 

April 3(1, 171(1, d. , m. Oct. 22, 1730, Walley CroclaT. 

b. June 26, 170(J (sou of Thomas, gr. son of Job). There 
were three cliildren. 

Abigail, b. Nov. 2, 1731. 

Temperaiieo, b. Dec. IS, 1733, m. April 5, 1759, Uauicl 
Carpenter. 

Walley, b. April IS, 1737. 

Joseph Annable (sou of Samuel . and Eemember 
(Crocker) Aunable) b. Mar. 19, 1720, d. of old age in 
Milliugton, East Iladdam, Se})!. 9, 180S, m. Dec. 31, 1744. 
Temperance Crocker (youngest child of Nathan and 
Joanna (Bursley) Crocker), b. Oct. 3, 1724, d. Aug. 12. 
1S20, ae. 97, Middlefield, Mass. She joined the church 

May , 1802. There were at least "five children. 

+ Martha, b. Aug. 2G, 174S, m. Zaehariali Gates. 
+ Mary, b. Feb. 25, 1752, m. Nathan Burnham. 

Sarah, b. Ajiril 25, 1754. 

Asenath, b. Feb. 4, 1756, m. , Matthew Smith 

(See No. 166.) 

Amia, b. Oct. , 1762, m. Calvin Smith. (See No 

169.) 

John Annable (son of Cornelius and Experience), b. 

April IS, 1744, m. , and had a son, Joseph, b. July 

18, 1773, d. Sept. 24, 1831, Bethlehem, N. Y. Josej.h had 
a sou, Henry Sheldon Annable. who m. Eosanna F. 

. b. Nov. 12, 1S31, Williamsville, N. Y., and d. 

Feb. 17, I'jol, at the home of her dau., .Mrs. William P 
Clarke. 

T!n-ee children survive her. Eli],halet Nott Annable, a 
huvyer iu X.w York City, Alma Aunable, and Mrs. W. 
P. Clarke of ^\'illiamsport, Pa. 



Appendix 1345 

Miirthil Aiialilo (duu. of .To^C'idi aud Tomjierance), b. 
.\ti.c. '2t'>. 1748, 111. Sept. 5, 1773, Zaehariali Gates, b. Dec. 

...', \::>:',. (1. . She m. 2d, ^larcli 23. ISOS, Job Ei,h- 

l.ins. b. , d. April 23, 1828, ae. 85. Ees., Middlefield, 

Ma.^s. She d. Nov. 16, 1818, Middlefield, Mass. By her' 
lir-t inan-iage there were three children. 

(.'alel), b. , m. Kansom. 

Zilplia. b. , m. ^IcElwain. 

Sally, h. , m. Dickson. 

Mary Annable (dau. of Joseph and Temperance), b. 
Vvh. 25, 1752, d. April 5, ISOS, m. Feb. 7, 3771, Nathan 
I'.iirnham, b. Feb. 3, 1737, d. July 11, 1810. lie was son 
lit" .lacob and Mary Burnham. 

Asenath aud Anna, sisters, m. Matthew and Calvin 
Sinitli. brothers. 

There is on record the following of Asenatli: 

"Tlie said Aseuath is markt with a crop taken off 
111 Mill tlie under side of the left ear the said crop was 
taken otT by a kick of a horse on the eighth day of Aug. 
A. D. 1757." 

Test Josei)h Anable father to the said Aseuath who 
ni. Matthew Smith. 

I'here are other families that I liave not connected 
with the preceding, liut I will insert them here. hoi)ing 
they uiay aid someone. 

A T)aniel Annable m. — , 1700, Eunice Andrews, 

and there were eight children. 

Dauiel, who res. Wenham. ^lass. 

•leremiah, who res. Providence, E. I. 

Sophia, who re^. ^ifauchester, Mass. 

•lolm, who res. B-everly. Mass., d. at Xewtou, }i[ass.. 
a-. !»2 yi*-^. lb- m. Jane Hill Savoy of Salem, Mass., and 
his son, .Iwliii F. res. 1^4 Xeu-mnville Ave., Xewton. .Ma.ss., 
and is in business at 15:! :\Iilk St., Boston, ^^[ass. 

Joanna, res. Manehester, ]\[a.-s. 



1346 Appendix 

Alfred, res. Manchester, Mass. 
James, res. Providence, R. I. 
Charlotte, res. Manchester, INIass. 

Mr. Bert Needham, the Evangelist, m. EiizabethAna- 
ble, dau. of an Alfred. Probably she was gt. gr. dau. of 
Daniel, m. in 1799, by Alfred and Alfred. 

A Samuel Anable vras a prominent man in Ashfield, 
Mass., from 176<>, but I do not know of his ancestry. He 

was b. , 1717, d. , 1S06, m. Desire Dinmiiek, 

b. , d. Feb. 9, 181S, Sempronius, N. Y. There were 

seven children. 

+ ]\[eMtablo, b. , 1750. 

+ 'Edward, b. June, 22, 1753. 
+ Baraabas, b. . 

Samuel, b. , d. , 1806 or ISIO, m. Feb. 4, 

1790, Eebecca Standish (dau. Israel). No children. 

+ David, b. Feb. 23, 1771. 

^ Mary or Polly, b. , 1774. 

Bethiah, b. , 177G, d. unmarried at her brother 

Barnabas' in Indiana. 

^lehitabU' Annable. 1). . 1750. d. Oct. 31, 17S0, m. 

Sept. 14. 17(>s, Dr. Phinoas Bartlett, b. , 174-5, 

Chatham, Conn., d. Oct. 2i), 1799. Thei-e were three chil- 
dren. 

Mehital)!.', b. Xov. 14, 17G9. 
+ Moses. 1). ^lay 22. 1772. 

Hannah, b. Aug. 1.3, 1778. m. Hall 

Lieut. Edwaid Annable, b. June 22, 1753, m. Xov. 24, 
17S2, Jemima Smith (second dau. of Elder Ebenezer and 
Kememlier (Ellis) Smith), b. Mar. IS. 17G1. d. Feb. 1.3, 
T-^;;5,'*MarcellLis, X. Y. She was a natural mathematician. 
She (Mjuld >ol\e imiblenis in algehra and aritlimetic men- 
tally with mure rapidity and ease than most i)ersons could 



ArPENDtx 1347 

with fi.irures. There were eleven ekilJreii, all 1j. iu Ash- 
field. Mass., except the youngest, h. Anrelius, X. Y. 

Dimmick, b. Sept. 1, 1783, d. in youth. 

Mehitable, b. Dec. 31, 1784, m. , Lucius Whoaton; 

had a large family. 

Annar, b. June 29, 17SG, lu. Isaac Fish and had two 
children. 

Alcainena, b. IMar. 30, 1788, m. .Judge Smith of Pompey 
Hill, N. Y. There were several children, two m. persons 

Jiy the name of Ellis. 

-r Rhoda, b. Jany. -5, 1701). 

Desire, b. Jany. 6, 17y3, d. Union City, Mich., m. Kev. 
John S. Twiss; had a son. Dr. Edward Twiss. 

Abby, b. April 10, 1795, m. AVilliam Haines; had sev- 
eral children. 

Dimmick, b. Xov. 10, 1708, d. in youth, 
-r Remember, b. Aug. 118, 1801. 

Isabella, b. Aug. 28, 1801, d. iu infancy. Twin to above. 
+ Fernando C, b. Dee. 24, 1805. 

Elder Barnabas Annable, b. , d. ^iay 9, 1835, 

Mt. Vernon, Ind., m. , Ruth Moon, b. , d. 

, 1827. There wore nine children. 

Electa, b. , m. , Elisha Phillips, Iiad six 

or more children. 

Xancy, b. , d. , m. . X'o children. 

Samuel, b. July 7, 1794, d. April 4, 1870. Graysville, 
111., m. 1st, Sept. 13, 1832, ^L W. Davis, who d. Jauy. 29, 
]8(;]. and he m. 2 J, June 10. 1862, Hannah Kirby. There 
was one child, David D., b. Oct. 12, 1840. 

Fanny, b. , 1812, m. , 183G, J. C. Well- 
born; had five children, two sons and three daughters. 

P>roniley, b. , m. , and had a daughter, 

Rhoda, who m. Sessions. 

Bartlett. b. , sujijiosed to have been murdered 

abt. 184S. 



13-lS Appendix 

David, d. Oct. , 1S:JG. No children. 

:- Daniel, . No cbildreu. 

Enos, . No eliildreu. 

Dr. David Annable, b. Feb. 23, 1771, AsiifieJd, iCass., 

d. Nov. •2.1 ISi'D, Moiavia, N. Y., m. , 1800, Luey 

"Whiting. b. :^[ay 25, 1774, Groton, Conn., d. Jiuio 2, 1S.31, 
at Ann Ar])or. :\Iieli. There wei'e five ehildren. 
+ Minen-a, b. Nov. 13, ISOl. 

^Miiting, b. Oct. 3, 1S(I2, d. Aug. 31, 1S34, Dubuque, la. 
No children. 

Lueretia, b. Nov. 20, 1SU3, d. ,1802, Ann Arbor, 

Mich., m. Dorr Kellogg, who d. :\[ar. 15, 1SS4, Battle 

Creek, Mich. No children. 

+ Lucy, b. Mar. 25, 1807. 

+ Wealthy Ann, b. Dee. 25, 1S08. 

Mary or Polly Annable, b. , 1774, d. , 

l'^20. m. Dec. 11, 1799, Dimiek Ellis, b. Nov. 2G, 177i{ 

There were four children. 

+ Desiah or Desire, b. Aug. 19, 1803. 

Richard (called Deacon), b. ^^lar. 20, 1805, d. r^Iar. 2(), 

1878, m. Thanksgiving, Nov. , 1827, Hannah I^an- 

ney, b. Dec. 15, 1805. There were two ehildren. 

Lewis, b. Sept. 27. 1^11, Ashfidd. Mass.. ni. Oct. 22. 
1834, Louisa Wilson, b. Nov. .3, 1812, Slielburne, Mass. 
There were eight children. 
-^ Dr. John Elli^, b. Nov. 26, 1815. 

-Aloses Bartlett, b. ^lay 22, 1772, d. , 1^46, Saline. 

Mich., ni. Feb. 1, 18(il. Persis Ranney, b. . d. 

. bS43, ae. (JO. There were nine children. 

-Mary, b. . d. . Saline, ^[i.'h., m. 

Ilull^b. , ,1 . Saline. .Alich. 

Mabel, b. . m. Abraham H.^dinc. 

ir.iniinh. ni. Cooper Suydcr. 

Kate. ni. Anios Midler." 



Appendix 1349 

Phineas, b. . 

.T(M-nslia 111. Austin Converse. 

William, b. . 

Moses, b. . 

Hoiace, b. . 

Uhoda Annable, b. Jany. 5, 1790. d. Jany. 19, 1SS.3, m. 

X..V. 7. ISiiS. John Fuller, b. , d. abt. 1825. There 

were three children. 

Keineraljer Annable, b. Aug. 2S, ISOl, d: April 3, 1SS4, 
I'helps, X. Y., buried in South Butler, X. Y., m. Peter 

WeatherAvax, b. , d. , 187(3, South Butler. 

There were six children. 

Fernando C. Annal)le, b. Dec. 24, ISO.j, m. ^ , Bet- 
sey Kanney, b. , d. , ISSl. There were two 

children. 

Fdwiu Ramit-y. a lawyer, in Paw Paw, ^[ich. 

Jlelen, who m. John Williams, Almena, ]\[ich. 

Minerva Annable, b. Xov. 1.3, 1801, d. ^lay 7, 1^51, m. 
, Dwig-ht Kellogg. There were six children. 

Charles, b. ."' 

Calvin, b. . 

Julia, b. , m. Pichar.l ^ilerritt. Pes., Battle Creek, 

Mioh. 

William Jlenry, b. . 

Daniel ^V.. b. . 

George 1)., b. . 

Lncy Annable, b. ^lar. 2.\ 1.^07, m. . Oliver Rey- 

iHilds. There were three children. 

Julia, b. . m. L. S. Saunders and res. Iowa Citv. 

Iowa. ^ 

W, allhy Ann Amiable, b. l^ic. 2."). isn-. d. Sept. 5, ]<^.'. 
I at ivsidriK't.' of her son, William K.). m. Oct. 11, ls;;2. 



1350 Appendix 

Matthew N. Tillotson, b. Feb. 1, 1S(H>, d. Mar. 23, IS.')!. 
Owosso, Mich. There were six ehildren. 

Whiting A., b. Sept. 3, 1S33, Sodus, X. Y. P^es., Detroit. 
Mich. 

William K, b. Nov. 13, 1S35, m. , Miss Eoaeh. 

There were four children, two sous and two daughters. 
He resided Owosso, Mich. 

Seth H., b. , d. in infancy. 

Dorr, m. Sept. 20, 1S44. 

Lucy A., b. , d. in infancy. 

Charles X., b. Sept. 24, 1S4S, Owosso. Mich., in. and 
resided in New York aud was in oflice of Seieutiiic Ameri- 
can. 

Desiah or Desire Ellis, b. Aug. 19, 1S03, d. Dec. 2.'j, 
1880, m. April 10, 1S2S, Tiberius Belding, b. Sept. 1.3, 
1800, d. Nov. 19, 1S70, Otisco, Mich. There were eight 
children. 

Annabel Polly, b. .Tune 8, 1829, m. Feb. 4, 1849, Charles 
F. Morse, b. Nov. 9. 1820, Homer, X. Y., d. July 12, 1S84. 
They resided Milo, Kan. There were seven children. 
three dying in infancy. 

Francis W., b. Oct. 28, 1830, d. :Mar. G, 1879, m. , 

Julia Day. There were five children. 

p:dward Fills, b. Dec. 2, 1832. d. July 15, 1SU2, Harri- 
son's Lauding, Va. 

Priscilla A., b. Sept. 28, 1834, d. .Mar. 27, 1884, m. Aug. 
9, 1857, John D. Snyder. There were five children. 

Tiberius, b. Sept. 2, 1838, m. , 18G2, Eliza King. 

There was a daughter, Bertha Desiah. 

Waite, b. April 25, 1840, Ashfield, Mass. An invalid. 

Ellen M., b. July 7, 1845, Otisco, Mich., m. , 

James Granger. There were three children. Frank. Carl 
and (jleun. 

JoUn Dimick, b. Xov. IS, 1S40, rn. Amelia Deitz. Tlicrc 
was a daughter, Craee. 



Appendix 1351 

Dr. John Ellis, b. Nov. 2G, IS 15, m. 1st, June 29, 1813, 
Mary Elizabetli Coit. b. , 1S17, d. Oct. 15, 1S50, De- 
troit", ilich. He m. 2d, Oct. 30, 1851, Sarah Maria Leqn- 
anl. b. Aug. 14, 1828. There were three children by first 
iiKirriage, and two by sec-ond. Res., New York City. 
'(1st ^larriage.) 

First child died. 

Alfred, b. May , 1847, d. July , 1848. 

Wilbur Dixon, b. Sept. 13, 1848. Detroit, Mich., m. 
Si'pt. 1. 1875, in Albany, Harriet Delta Chittenden, b. 
.laiiy. 22, 1S53, Nichols, N. Y. Res., New York City. 
(2d Marriage.) 

Lilly, b. Aug. 5, 1852, d. Sei.t.^27, 1852. 

Ivhvard Dell. b. May 30, 1855. d. Aug. 6, 1855. 

A Hannah Aniuible m. ]May 7, 1794, Samuel Cone, Jr. 
Geo. 0. xVnable, a sculptor, prrJuips of Pro\-idenoe, R. I. 

1717, Nov. 28, Jacob Anable m. Jemima Thorn in Ham- 
ilton, Mass.; also in same place, 1719, April, Elizabeth 
Anable m. John "Whipple; and also 1726, Nov. 16, Sarali 
Anable of Ipswich m. Nathaniel Jones. 

KJGl or 1671, Dec. 19, Anne Anable m. Consider Ather- 
ton. 

Among the American i)risoners at Fortou I'rison, Eng- 
land, was a Joseiih Anable of Rye. N. H., one of the ci'ew 
(if ISrig Venus from Philadelphia— committed April 2, 
1778, and d. in the hospital Nov. 13, 1778. 

A. Henry Annable m. Feb. 24, 1856, Lizzie M. Itoberts. 

Bogle 1/ and Colbi/. 

The two families are so connected that to sa\-e repeli- 
i'um we -place them together. 

Oi-lamlo Dagley was b. in England about 1620 and d. 

. He carne to America about 1(J42, was in Aiues- 

bury. ^fass.. in 1655. He ni. ^^far. 6. 16534, Sarah Colby 



135-2 Appendix 

(.lau. of Anthony CoU.y), 1). /l637, d. Mar. 1<5. 

]G(i3. lie was a man of consideral)le iniluence, a con- 
stable, and apprehended his friend and neighbor^ Susan- 
nah Martin, for a witch, bringing her to trial at Salem, 
^klass., -urhere she was afterwards executed. Orlando and 
wife were both living in 1663. He was not living in ITim. 
There were five children. 

Orlando, b. Feb. IS, 1658, a long time schoolmaster in 
the town. 

Sarah, b. Jauy. 14, 1660, d. Sept. 30, 1661. 

]\Iary, b. .Tany. 5, 1661. 

Sarah, b. :\[ar. 2, 16(:i3, m. John IMiick. (See No. 1.) 

John, b. , d. Aug. 31, 165S. 

Anthony CVil])y was the first of tliat name in America 
and one of twelve children. He came to America with 
Gov. ^^'inthrop's corniiany in 1630, arriving in June or 
July. His name appears niion the record of the Boston 
First Cliurch. He was in Oamb ridge, :\[ass., in 1631, in 
Tpswirh in 1637, and in 1640 Salisliury, ^tlass. ; in Ames- 
bury 1644. He was an industrious hard-working man and 
in time became one of the largest property-holders in the 

town of Amesbury. He ni. Susannah . There were 

twelve children. 

John, b. , 1633. 

Sarah, b. , 1637, m. Orland<i Bagley. 

Samuel, b. , 1639. 

Isaac, b. :\ray , 1640. 

Kel>ecca, b. j;my. 11, l(i43. 

Mary, b. July 10, 1647. 

Thomas, b. Jauy. S, 1650. 

Amos, b. , 1654. Some think his name Orlando. 

Anthony CuH.y d. D^v. 11, KiCii-l. In 1664 Iiis wid.:w 
marri./d. In 16Si' she is sjioken of as lii'ins: "infirm from 
age.**' In 17lil the pi-oiieitv was divided. ' 



Appendix 
Bennett. 



1353 



Ciiiltlri'ii of Heiii-y and Sanili (Cliainiiion) Bouuftjt. 
'I'liry were lu. Jany. 27, 1673. Henry Beunett d. . 

Caleb, b. Oct. 11, 1G75. m. aud Lis wife d. Nov. 12, 1732. 

lldse, h. Nov. 15, 1G77. 

.luhii, 1). Soi>t. or Dec. 2(3, IGSO. m. Janv. 21, 17()G-7, 
M,„y (?) H^--^^^r( 

ii.imley, b. -, d. Dec. 15, 1730. 

Sarah, b. Aug. 7, IGSo. 

Love. b. Mar. 19, 1(!S5. 

Dorothy, b. :\Iay V.K IGSS. 

ileury. b. July 2'.». IG'.M, m. April ]5. 171.3. A],i-;ul Pike. 
She d. Dec. 24, 1717. lie m. 2d, Nov. 13, 1718, Abigail or 
.Mary il/o.s.s- or Morse. 

Children of Caleb, b. Oct. 11, 1G75, and bis wife. 

Caleb, b. Mar. 20, ]7(»3, m. Rebecca Mack, b. Oct. 4, 
17m]. (SeeXo. in.) 

•Idhu, b. , m. Sept. 17, , ^laiy Moss ot- 

-Morse, who d. Dec. 30, 1782. He d. Dec. G. 1732. They 
!iad a sou, Joseph, li. April 20, 1732. 

Sarah, b. . 

For record see Xo. 13. ' 

Henry Bennett, Jr., m. Feb. 22, 1732-3, Abigail Mack. 
'I'hi-re were nine children. 
Mary. b. Oct. 3, 1734. 
Abigail, b. Sept. 20. 17.3G. 
liuth, b. Jany. 2(i, 173S. 
Lucy, b. Xov. 5, 1740. 
Dorithy, b. Aug. 17, 1742. 
Lydia, b. Oct. G, 1744. 
llenry^b. A].ril IS. 1747. 
Sarah, b. .Lily .'^, 1740. 
I'h.lK-, h. Mar. 28, ]752. 



1354 ArPENDix 

L'igeloir. 

John Biyelow's marriage is the first lecorded in Wati-r- 
town, Mass., records. He ra. Aug. 3ij, ltU2, Mary'W'aii .i, 

(dan. of John and Margaret Warren), b. , d. O, t. 

19, 1691. He d. July 14, 1703, ae. 8G. He m. 2d, Od. •_'. 
1G94, Sarah Bemis. Tliere were thirteen children (1st 
marriage) ; the 5th was Diutiel. 

Do.iiifl Bigelow, h. Dee. 1, 1G50. d. . about 171.";. 

!"• Al)igail or Abial Pratt (dau. of Thomas Pratt). 

She d. hi.s widow. They settled in Framiugham, ^ilass.. 
wliere he was a tailor. There were six children and Dan- 
iel was the 2d. 

Daniel Bigelow, b. Xov. 24, 1691. d. , 1752, m. 

June 27, 172.3, Rebecca Eames (dau. of Xathaniel and 
Anna Eames)^ b. July 25, 1697, d. July 7, 1738. He la. 
2d, July 1,, 17-16, Mrs. I'rudence Stone'(widow of El.eu- 
ezer). They resided Praraiugham, Mass. There were' 
seven children; Jo.^rplt was the 6th. 

Joseph Bigelow. b. , 1736. d. April 19, 1774, m. 

" April 30, 1756, Sarah Stebbings (dau. of Cai^t. John Stcb- 

bings), b. . d. Ain-il 5, 1806, ae. 74. She m. 2d, 

P:zekiel Howe of Shrewsbury, where she died. There 
were eight children. 

John, b. Aug. 24, 1757, ui. Persis Wri-ht (dau. of F.d 
ward and Tryj^hena Wi-ight). 

Joseph, b. Dec. 6, 175!t 

James, b. June 7, 1762, m. ^larv Graham. 

Daniel, b. Feb. 14, 1766, m. Mercv Wood (dau. of 
i\athamel Wood of Chester), b. Somers, Conn. (Parents 
of Mercy Wood (Bigelow) Wright). 

William, b. July 1, 1768. 

,_ ^_,,., , , , • •^' ' ^i<ni((i >>aii\ ), fi. . m. Janv. 

1.), t.,».,. J„l,„ \\.,,,| of Shrr,v,>bury, Mass.. where he d 
J^n.y 20. 1..,,.. ae. 8.. yrs. They had ten children. See 
11 '//(/. 



AriENDix 1355 

Klizabeth, b. Jaiiy. 13, 1773, d. April 25. 1870, ae 97-3-12. 
^' .• 111. .Jany. 7, 171)5, Dennis Howe, of Shrewsbury, Mass. 
• -i.n of Jonah and Prudence (T^owker) Howe). He was_ 
I,. .Inly 15, 1773, d. June 4, 1S07. They liad one child, 
S.Tai.iiina, b. Dec. 23, 1804, d. Oct. 20, 1^39, m. ^lay 4, 
l-.;i, .loel W. Upham, b. Oct. 24, 1803, Brook-field, ^lass., 
.!. All,-. l'>, 1S79. He m. 2d, Nov. 3, 1840, Lydia Wheeler, 
I.. Xov. 3, 1807, d. Nov. 26, 1887. There were two chil- 
■ irt'u by Mr. Ujiham's 1st marriage and two by second. 
(1st Marriage.) 

(ieorge Dennis, h. July 22, 1833, m. Feb. 16, 1866, Geor- 
-iana Acres, and res. Boston. No children. He served 
in navy during the Ci\'il "War from Sept., 1861, until the 

rinse. 

Henry Pratt, b. Jany 26, 1837, m. Sept. 23, 1868, Evelyn 
(icrtru.ie Burbank, b. Oct. 30, 1844. He has been Presi- 
dent of the First National Bank of St. Paul, Minn., since 
l"~"^n. They have three children. 

Ceil rude, b. Oct. 1. 1870. 

(irace, b. Dec. 31, 1S73. 

•luhn Phineas. b. Dec. 2, 1877. 

(2d ^larriage.) 

Charles Worthing-ton. b. Sept. 9, 1S42. In Civil War, 
d. inLibby Pri.^.m Dec. 14. ISOl. 

Kinina P^liza, b. ^h\v. 27, 1^47. 

Soil II or S'inih Bigelow (see Ward) had ten children, 
till- lirst lieing Brf.s-fi/. who ni. ]\tatthew Smith. She was 
-M-;aidmuther of the compiler of this genealogy. 

Isaac Bigelow, b. Oct. 27, 17S0, d. , 1843. m. Bet- 

-'■y Peck (was son of John and }klolly (Melvin) Bigelow. 
l.'vs.. Conway. Mass.), and resided Phelps, N. Y. 

Blossom. 

Th.Te w,•l^ ;i Thomas r>los.-cim of Vai'mouth who m. 
-Mar. 9. J74S-;i, Thankful Paddock, b. Nov. 23, 173ii, and 
l';id tjve children, b. in Yarmouth. 



1356 ArPENDix 

Enos, b. Aug. 18. 1750. 

Thomas, b. ^[ar. 11, ITo.". 

Thankful, h. Jaiiy. G, 175C. 

Sarah, b. July 1.3, 175S. 

Ezra, b. :\hiy 10. 17(31. 

Of these children Thomas d. Nov. 25, 1S04, Middlefield. 
Mass. (See the to^ra records iii this Appendix.) 

Sarah m. 1st, Howes and June 30, 1781, Elisha 

Mack. (See No. 2209.) 

From the fact that this family went to Middlefiol.i. 
■Mass., the writei- is inclined to think that Enos, named 
above, m. June -, 1772, Mary Ellis, of Hebron, Conn. 

An Ezra L. Blossom of ^liddlefield. ^lass. (probal)l>- 

son of Thomas and Mercy, b. Sept. 5, 17S3), b. , 

1784, m. July 31, 1808, Abigail Shepard, b. July 12, 178^. 
d. May 13, 1837. He was a teacher at Augusta, X. Y., also 
Cauandaigua. Tie d. Jany. 19, 1S24. (She was a dau. ol 
Jonathan and Abigail Boies.) 

A Thomas Blossom, b. Mar. 2, ISOl, m. Nov. 1, ls:;i. 
Charlotte Strong, b. Feb. 19, 1814. He was son of ^^lat- 
thias and Mercy (Thompson) Blossom. Thirty years 
ago he res. Buffalo, X. Y., and was Post Master. 

Blush. • 

Many spell this name Blisli luit the early records were 
Blush. Abraham Blush was an early settler of Duxbuiy. 
but he was iirobably one of the early settlers of Barn- 
stable as he was there in 1(341. (Barnstable was incor- 
porated June 14. 1839. Sandwich was settled in 1G37 aii<l 

Yarmouth in KJo'^.) He m. 1st, Anne . He n\. 2d, 

]\Irs. Hannah (^Villiams) Barker, widow of John Barker 
of Marshtield. and tlau. of John "Williams of Scitnat.'. 
He iti. 3<1, Jany. 4, 1(358-9, Alice Derby, widow of John 
Derby, uf Yarmouth. He d. Sept. 7, 1(383. There were 
three children. Ijorn in BaiTistable. 



Appendix ' 1357 

Sarah, b. Dec. 2, 1G41. 
. .I.,M'iiii,b. April 1, 1G4S. 

Aliraliam, 1). (.)ct. Kj, 1054. lie wa.s oue of the fouud- 
,.rs uf tlio Brattle Street Church iu 169S. 

.TdM'liu Blush (sou of Abraham and Anne), b. April 
1. 1 (;}■:;, d. June 14, 1730, m. Sept. 15, 1674, Haunah UuU 
I .lau. of Tristram Hull). She d. Nov. 15, 1733, ae. 75 jts. 
There were twelve children, all b. in Barastable. 

.loseph, b. Sept. 13, 1675, m. July 30, 1702, Hannah 
Cliild. 

.]o\ai, b. Feb. 17, 1676-7, d. young. 

Anna, b. Feb. , 167S-9. 

Abraham, b. Feb. 27, 16S0-1, m. Nov. 12, 1736, Temper- 
aiK-e Fuller. 

Keuben, b. Aug. 14, 16S3. 

Sarah, b. Aug. , 16S5, d. Jany. 3, 16S6. 

Sarah, b. Sept. , 1687, d. , 1705. 

Thankful, b. Sept. , 16S9, m. Oct. 11, 1712, Joseph 

r.udtish. 

John, b. Jany. 1, 1691, d. Oct. 14. 1711. 
- Tristram, b. April , 1694. 

Mary, b. April , 1697, m. June 26, 171S, Samuel 

Jones. 

Benjamin, b. April , 1699. 

Tristram Blush (son of Joseph and Hannah (Hull) 

Blu.sh), b. April , 1694, d. , m. Oct. 17, 1717, 

Anne Fuller, b. , d. . Thci'e were four chil- 
dren Ijorn in Barnstable, Mass., and then they removed 
to Colchester, Cunn. 

(Born in r>arnstable.) - 

lienjamin, b. June 16, 171'-^. 

Anna, b. Nov. 19, 1719. 

Sylvaiins, b. Oct. 13, 1721. 

Thankful, bapt. Nov. . 1725. A Thankful Blush 

ni. Oct. , 175S, Caleb Perry, uf Sandwich, Mass. 



13S8 Api'ENDrv: 

There were b. iu Colchester 
+ A Joseph, b. Dec. 1, 1729. 

Benjamin Blush, b. June 10, 1718, is said to have in. 
Mary Adams. There were children ; a sou Benjamin. 

Joseph Blush (son of Tristram and Anne (Fuller) 
Blush), b. Dec. 1, 1729, Colchester, Conn., d. ^lay 8, 17SS, 
Middlefield, Mass. He m. Mar. 22, 1753, at Colchester, 
Conn., Elizabeth Skinner (dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth 
(Hitchcock) Skinner), b. May 22, 1733, Colchester, Conn. 
There were six children. 

Lydia, b. Mar. 28, 1754, Colchester, Conn., m. Aug. 12, 
1772, in Bolton, Conn., Elihu Jones. 

Betsey, b. , 1756, called Elizabeth, m. Barzilkii 

Little, and d. (Aug. 5 or) May 8, 18.38. 

Joseph, b. Jany. 2-4, 1762, Bolton, Conn. 

Oliver, b. Mar. 28. 1764, Bolton, Conn. 

Amasa, b. June 29, 1766, Bolton, Conn. 

Lucy, b. , 1771, ra. , 1790, John Smith, of 

Middlefield. Mass. She d. Dec. 28, L^35. ae. 44. 

Widow Elizabeth Blush m. 2d, Joseph TJuss, of Middle- 
field, Mass., and d. July 3, 1S22, ae 89 yrs. 

Benjamin Blish( a nephew of Joseph, b. , 1729, 

and son of Benjamin and ^lary (Adams) Blish), b. Feb. 
11, 1753, Colchester, Conn., d. ^^lar. 11, 1825, Painesville, 
Ohio., m. , 1774, at Colchester, Conn., Phebe Skin- 
ner, b. , d. . There were nine children. 

Phebe, b. , 1775, m. Orris Clapp. 

Hannah, b. , 1779, m. Benjamin Hof-kins. 

Benjamin, b. June 9, 1784. 

Millicent, b. , 1787, m. Elienezer Xye. 

Soiihia, b. , 17.^9, m. Grant Perkins. 

Clai-issa, b. , 1791, m. Isl, Lyman K\-nt, and 2d. 

Luther . 

Zeuas, b. Oct. 20, 1793. 



Appendix 1350 

riiilfniu b. . 1796, m. Isaac Moore. 

Xnucy, 1). , 1799, m. Lester Perkins. 

Al)raliam Blisli, d. July 29, 1S40, ae. 71 }ts. His wife 
v.a-; Alice Fuller and d. Mar. 1, 1S51, ae. 70. 

Their dau., :\Iary Fuller, m. Feb. 11 or 18, 1S24, Jos- 
.|.ii .Vrnold, b. July 19, 1797. 
' Dau-liter Sarah, ra. Feb. 10, 1S40. 

.lustin Arnold, b. Sept. 11, 1809. 

.V P.enjauiiu C. Blish was drowned Aug. 18, 1837 or 57, 
a.'. 40 yrs. 

John, son of "Thnistum" Blush was bapt. May 14, 
17J7-8, on the wife's account. 

.loseph, son of "Thrustrum" Blush, bapt. June 15, 

i72;)-;;o. 

Widow T. Blush d. , 1804, ae. 71, in Millinglon, 

Conn. 

Bunfoey. 

Benanuel Bonfoey, b. , d. — — , m. , Con- 

'■urrfnoe Smith, b. ^ , d. Oct. 14, 1849, ae. 89 yrs. lie 

was in Rev. War. He had a son, Horace, wlio ni. Susan- 
nah Smith and a gr. son Nelson R. (son of Horace and 
^Su>annah), who m. Lucy Spencer. (See Xo. G84.) 

C'hildren of Parmoit and Esther ( ) Bonfoey. 

I'l^ther, b. Oct. IS, 1784. 
HaiiTiah, b. June 11. 1787. 
Phebe, b. Aug. 22, 1789. 
Peiieloiie. b. ^^lar. 25, 1792. 

I'rnelope, dau. of Widow Boufoev, was bapt. Ai)ril 5, 
17; 15. 

K'ithai-d was father of Benanuel. 
18GJ 



1360 Appendix 

, ' ' ~ Broivn. 

Records fi-oiii an old family Bilile: 

Daniel Brown, b. at "Windham, Conn., ,lany. 13, TlAl. d. 
June 1, 1S02, Gilead. Conn., m. Nov. 7. 1777, Annie I'lielp-. 
1). Fell. 20, 1755, Hebron, Conn., d. Aug. ID. ls;j7. Tlieiv 
were nine ehildren. 

Mary Ann, 1). Sept. 'I'h 177'.), d. Sept. 20, 1779. 

Samuel, b. Sept. -25, 1779, d. Sept. -JC, 1779. Twin to 
above. 

Daniel Bi^lu.p. b. Oct. 18, 1780. 

Thomas, b. Feb. 21, 1783. 

Annie, b. Mar. 25, 1785. 

Ephraim. b. April 30, 1787. 

Henry, b. May 15, 1789. 

Sarah, b. (K-t. (5, 1791. 

Samuel Augustus, b. Feb. 20, 1795. 

For record of Thomas Brown, b. Feb. 21, 1783, ir.. 
April 17, 1803, Lucy Ford, b. June 10, 1784, see Xn. 
5129. 

Daniel Brown, b. Jany. 13. 1747, was son of Thoma- 
15rown, b. , d. Jany. 10, 1773, who m. vSarah Bislmp. 

Another authoi'ity gives the following: 
Anna Phelps ni. Daniel Brown. 

Daniel, b. .Inly 7, 17S2, d. , 1881. 

Lucy, li. , 1784, d. Sei>t. 11. 18(;4. 

Anna, b. , 1781^ d. Feb. C. 1.^5ii. 

Ephraim, b. , 1787, d. ^lay 11. 1^2(;. 

Thonuis, b. , 17^^, d. Aug. 15. 1^5(;. 

Henry, b. . 1781*. d. ^lar. Ki. ls49. 

Sarah, b, , 1792, <1. young. 

Am;-ustns, b. , 1792, d. . 



Query: Who were the jiarents of Itiiiah I'-rown, 
, 17iX), d. Oct. 28, 1775, m. Tluunas I'ost, July 



1. 



ArPKN'Dix 1361 

::;;o. Tlionuis Post was, b. Feb. 10. ITdl, Saybrook, 
("iiim. and d. IX'C. 2, 1782, llebrou, Coun. 

A Diana Brown m. , Deacon Tlioiuas Post, 2d 

.■hild of Abram Post, b. , 1669, Saybrook, Conn. 

Marriages. 

Daniel P)rown and Anna Phelps, Nov. , 1776. 

ViA. Thomas Brown and Mary Lothrop, Aug. , 

I7^it. 

.\nna Brown and Abial Bliss, Aug. , 1780. 

William Brown and Betsey Trumbull, Oct. , 

David Brown and Tempicrance Pitkin, Nov. , 

X.'ziah Brown and Clarissa Post. Oct. , 1808. 

("hester Brown and Leila or Lula Ilorton, Mar. , 

1^14. 

Hebron Records. 

1777, ]>ec.. James Brown and Deborah Tarbox. 
1^2t). .lany. 19. William Brown and Anna Horton. 

l^.'lo. , Martha P. Brown and Hiram Goodell. 

l^^io, Oct. 26, David T. TUown and Almira Norton. 

l^ii:-!, , Charles L. Brown and Elizabetli Tii-laior. 

1^72, Ajiril ;j, Thomas L. Brown and Eunice White. 
l*^'.u;, June 17. Fred Birge Brown and Daisy Lamliort. 

Deaths. 

l'^09. Aug. , Manson Brown in 19tli year. 

HU, Sept. , 'Widow Brown. 

1^211. ^ Eliza Brown. 

l'^22, . James Brown, ae. 69 yrs. 

l'^;;-}-, Doc. 26. Susannah Brown in advanced life. 

^ -■■]:. July , Ezekiel Brown, in old a-c. 

1^+;'. Dec. t;. Ezekiel Brown, S() yrs. 
l'^45, Mav 24. Dclnn-ah P.rown. 86 vrs. 



1362 ArrFNDix 

1853, Fob. 9, Clarissa, wife of Noziali Brown, :ve. 71. 
ISoJr, Dec. 24. Lucy Ann Brown, ae. 42 yrs, dau. nf 
Thomas and Lucy. 

185G, Feb. 1, William Brown, ae 75 yrs. 
1856, June 27, Xeziah Brown, ae. 74 yrs. 

1858, Feb. 14, child of James Brown, ae. 16 mos. 

1859, Aug. 5, David T. Brown, ae. 52 yrs. 
1861, Mar. 9, Mrs. William Brown, ae. 72 yrs. 

1861, Mar. 30, Anna Brown, 6 yrs. 

1859, Aug. 5, Almira, wife of David T. Brown, ae. 52. 

1871, Dec. 20, David T. Brown, ae. 58 yrs. 
1822, Dec. 1, James Brown, Jr., ae. 47. 

1793, Oct. 2, Deborah 1-11-10, dau. James and Deborah. 

1886, April 26, Harvey Brown, ae. So, son of James 
and Deborah Brown. 

1870, Jauy. 15, Maiy F., ae. 58 yrs, wife of Col. Harvey 
Brown. 

1886, Sept. 12, Sarah, dau. James and Deborah Brou-n. 
ae. 90 yrs. 

1872, Feb. 6, James Brown, b. April 12, 1S15. 
Jennette :M., wife of James Brown, b. Dec. 25, 1815, d. 

y\ay 28, 18SG or 8. 

Ann Brown, dau. James and Jennette, d. ]\Iar. , 

1861, ae. G-5-18. ^ 

John Kinne, d. Sept. 1, 1858, ae. 29. 

John K., d. 1857, Feb. 14. ae. 16 mos. 

1824. Mar. 11, Elizabeth Brown, ae. 43 yrs, wife of 
William Brown, dau. Asaph Tiiunbull. 

1834. De<?. 25, .Teremiah Brown, ae. 82 yrs. 

1862, Feb. 25. Anna Brown, ae. 97-8-5. 

Biirsleif. 

John Bursley eame fi-oin England. In 1(;29 ho was at 

WeyiTiouth, :\I:is.-. Ho was h. ab.out 16i)0. ,]. . If.lii). 

m. Xov. 2>, K;;!'.*. Joimna Hull (,lau. of Kev. Joseph 
Hull), b. in England, when married ''not out of her 



Appendix 1363 

;, ,.,!>.•• Aftvr ^[r. r.ursloy's (k^atli slie m. Dular Davis, 
u !,,)(!. in l(-i7o. Shed. . (Living in IGSG.) 

I'liililrt'U of Jolm and Joanna liursley. 

Child, b. , d. Jany. , 1(140-1. 

Mary, bapt. KUS, ni. , ItJGS, John Crocker, a.s 

his second wife. John Crocker wiis son of Dea. William. 

John, bapt. Sept. 22, 1644, buried Sept. 27, 1644. 

.loanna, bapt. , 1645-6, m. Dea. Shubael Dim- 

nioi'k; had nine children. She d. Maustield, Conn., , 

1727. 

Klizabeth, bapt. , 1649, m. l.st, Nathaniel Good- 

>pt'cd, and 2d, Increase Chipp. 
~ John, bapt. April 11, 1652. 
• 'J'eni[)eranee. 

John Dursley, b. , 1652, d. , 1726, ni. 

, 1673, P^lizabt'th Rowland, b. , 1655. For 

further record see "Howland." 

Carpenter. 

Gideon Carpenter, b. , d. , m. — — — . 

Their children were: 

Elijah, m. , ]\Iiss TVing. 

■f lienjaniin, b. :\ray 5, 1766, m. , Olive "Wright 

(dan. of .lason and Elizabeth Bradshaw Muzzv), b. Jnlv 
.■', 1770. 

I'olly, m. Nutting. 

Detsey, m. Chapin. 

.(ahaziel was a bachelor. 

r>en.ianiin Carpenter, b. ^May 5. 1766, m. , Olive 

Wri-ht, b. July 3, 1770. Their children were: 
Ibirt, b. ^[ay 13, 1791. 
Jahaziel b. ^[ar. 23, 1793. 

:\[ary, b. July 24. 1794. ra. , Artenias Smith. 

WriglTt. b. Sej.t. 1. 1799. 
ITcnrietta. 1i. Dec. 7. l^iU. 
Sidney. 1>. ^lar. 19, 1S12. 



1364 Appendix 

CJiapin. 

Deacon Samuel Cliapiii is believed to be the ujicestor 
of all the Chapius in this country. In U)4i! he reniove<l 
to Springfield from Dorchester, :\Iass. Oct. 10, 1G.j2, Ik- 
was appointed one of the magistrates and in two years hi- 
commission was extended indefinitely. lie m. C^isily 

, b. , d. Feb. 8, IGSO. He d. Xov. 11, IGT.'). 

Of his family of children, (five or seven) .laphet is thought 

to be the oldest, b. , 1G42, d. , 1712. Then 

there were Catherine, David, Hannah and Henry. 

Ilenri/ Cliapin, b. , d. Aug. 15, 1718, m. Dec. ;\ 

1G64, Eethia Cooley (of Longmeadow, [Mass., dau. of 

Benjamin and Sarah Cooley), 1>. , d. Dec. 1], 1711. 

There were at least four children. 

Henry, b. June 1, IGGG, d. April 2f>, 1GG7. 

Sarah, b. [Mar. o, 1G70, d. Xov. G, 17:52. 

Dethia, b. Feb. 19, 1G72. 

Henry, b. [Mar. 10, l(i7'.), d. Sept. l.'j, 177)4. 

Benjamin, b. Feb. 2, 1GS2, d. Mar. 27, 17."3(i. 

N 

Henri/ Chaiun. b. .Alar. ID, lG7i), d. Sept. 15, 1754, m. 
1st., Feb. 11), ]/02,^iIary Guei-nsey (of Milford). 1). 
, d. .Alay 2, 1/15. There were four children. 

Henry, b. Oct. 24. 1702. d. Se])t. 3, 170:^. 

.Mary, b. Sept. 4. 17(i4, m. Billin"- 

Klizalieth. b. Mar. 12, 1707, m. Feb. G, 17:^5, Samuel 
Bliss, of Si.ririglield. 

Joseph, b. 0,.t. 25. 17()!\ drowne<l June 24. 172.1. 

Henry Cliapin. m. 2d, May ](), 171G, Fsther Bliss, \>. 
■ ^^- • There were seven children 

Fsth.r. b. Mar. 11, 1710, m. Oct. 18, 1740, Johnithan 
I'.aly, Ji-. 

M.iro.u-et, b. July 8. 1710. ,n. Sept. 11. 175G, Amos Tav- 
lor. <rr W. Springiield. 



:ic 



Abner, b. July 25, 1722. 



ArrENDix 136o 

Svtli. h. April 20, 1724. 
.l.,>rpli, b. .T:my. 30, 1726. 
William, b. April 19, 1729. 

Jo.-^rph Chapiii. b. .hiiiy. 3i), 172(1 d. Fob. 25. 1^11. hi. 

l),v. 8, 1748, Elizabetli Field, of Soniers, b. , d. 

. There were ten children. 

• loseph. b. Sept. S, 1749. 

I.rvi. b. Aug. 23. 1751. 

I'.eiilah. b. Sept. K;. 175:J, ni. Dec (I, 1779. Capt. Luther 
ilhrlic.ek. of Springfield. She d. April 17, 1814. 

Paul, i). Ovt. 23, 1755. 

Iilianuir, b. Aug. 1.5, 1757. d. Get. 7, 17,58. 

Miiamar, !i. Aug. 15. 1759. 

.lessc, 1). ^lay 20, 17(12. 

Fli, b. Sei-t. 21, 17(;4. 

Flizabeth, b. Aug. 3ii, 1700. 

.Marv, b. Aug. 39, 1700, m. , Burbank. Twin to 



I'<nil Chapin, b. Oot. 23, 1755, d. in ^^lonson, IMas?., 
Sept. 13,, l^Ul. ni. .lune 3n. 1784, Clari>sa M. Killiourn 
(of W. S[ui!!-li. Id. Mas?.), b. Juno 20, 1704, d. .Inly 25. 
1^23. He r( >;ded on what is now the river road from 
SluiuLilield to O'hi''0pee. There were eleven ehildren. 

Lury, 1). Dee. 23, 1784, d. , m. Fel). 7, 1805, 

St..]. hen Hitclicoek. 

Ih.nilv. h. , 2ltth, 17Sfi. m. Dee. 1, 18U. Kussell 

l.n.miis. 

L..bbeus. 1). April 29, 1788. ,]. April 13. 1820, ni. , 

r.ardv:..ll. Re<.. Delehertowu, Ma>s. 

(;yru>. li. .lany. 25. 17i)9. d. 'May 1.5. 1827, m. .(any. 31. 

1^15. Sally (iri(iley (of Southampton, ^Ia>^.), 1). , 

d. .Inne 2ii, is_^ii, ae. 28 ye;ir.-^. They liad children. ITenry 
1-. andi'yrus. 

Clari.-sa. b. Fel>. 2. 1792. d. , ni. .lulv 8. 1^13. 

Sa:,r,w,.l r..,yl..t(m. 

DLilip. b. Sept. 25, 17'.M-. Ke.s., New York. 



136G AvrESuiK 

Jonitliau, b. Jauy. 22, IT'Jl, d. Mar. 2o, 1827. 

Parraenus, b. :\Iar. 15, 17^.), d. .Tune 21, 1S50, m. June 

25, 1822, Clarissa Griswold, b. , d. .- He d. 

Soutliwiek, Mass., where lie resided the latter part of lii> 
life. There were five children, Charles, Clarissa, Edwiu. 
John and Cyrus. 

Alvah, b. April 13, 1801. 

Patty, b. Mar. 26, 18113, d. . m. Jany. 5, 1824, 

Peter Pease of So. iladley, b. , d. . 

Marcus, b. Jauy. 24, ISOG, drowned in Connecticut 
River June 3, 1S09. 

Alvah Chapiu, b. April 13, ISOl, Springtiold, Mass., 
removed to EutioKl when only sixteen, d. May 9, 1879, ni. 
Sept. 26, 1822, Lovisa Meacham (dau. of Abner), I). :\rar. 
22, 1800, d. June 9, 1866. There were three children, b. 
in Enfield, Conn. 

Harvey M., b. Xov. 21, 1824, d. Oct. 19, 1825. 

Lovicy M., b. Feb. 19, 1826, d. June 7, 1845, m. Sept. 2(;. 
1844, Memnon Kingsbury, b. x\pril 15, 1815. There was 
a child, d. June 8, 1845, ae. about three weeks. 

Franci.'^ A., b. April 30, 1829, ni. :Mar. 11, 18.58, Jane 
Prior, b. Oct. S, 1832, Chicopee, ^fass. There were four 
children. 

Maiy L., b. Mny 24, 1861, Enfield, Conn. 

Florence E., b. Aug. 14, 1863, Hartford, Conn. 

Laura L.. b. Feb. 4, 1866, Hartford, Conn., ni. Ainil 12, 
1898, John C. Kipley, b. . 

Harry Prior, b. .lany. 21, 1868, Hartford, Conn., d. 
there Feb. 23, 1890. 

Francis A. Cliapin since 1862 has resided in Hartfonl. 
Coun. 

CJiipmiin. 

Elder John Cliiinnan is the anc(>>tor of all by the name 
in the 1:. S. He wa.s son of Tlidinas Chipni;in and b. abt. 



Appendix 1367 

l.-.Jl. ill or near.Dorcliester, iu Dorsetshire, Englaud. His 
!-;itluT died and he was brought up by an uncle, Christo- 
plu'r Derbey, and in May, 1G37, Richard Derbey (son 
,,!' Christopher) came to New Englaud, Plymouth, bring- 
ii;.i: with him his cousin, John Chipman. Iu lG4fi he m. 
1st, Hope Howland (dau. of John Howland and Eliza- 

l,fth (TilUe) Howland), b. , lOilD, d. Jauy. S, 16S3, 

;!•'. 54. He d. April 7, 170S, Sandwich, :\Iass., ae. 87 yrs. 
llf m. 2d, Mrs. Ruth Bourne (a dau. of William Sar- 
L'fant, widow 1st of Jonathan Wiuslow, son of Josiah, of 
Marshfield, and ■2d, of Richard Bourne, of Sandwich), b. 

, d. , 1713, ae. 71, iu Sandwich. John Chip- 

I u;aii and Hope, his wife, had eleven children. 

Elizabeth, b. June , 1647, m. as second wife of 

Hosea Joyce of Yarmouth. 

Hope, b. Aug. , 1652, m. 1st, John Huckins, and 

' 2d, Jonathan Cobb (son of Elder Henry Cobb). 

Lydia, b. Dec. , 1654, m. as third wife John Sar- 

treut (son of William). 

John, b. Mar. , 165G, d. May , 1657. 

Hannah, b. May , 16S0. m. Thomas Iluckius (son 

I of Thomas). * 

\ Samuel, b. April , 1661, m. Sarah Cobb (dau. of 

i Elder Henry Cobb). 

I + Ruth, b. Dec. 31, 1663, m. April 7, 16S2, Eleazcr Crock- 

j or, b. , 1650, d. . She d. April 8. 169S, ae. 34. 

For further record of this family see "Crocker" and 
"Annable." 

Bethia, b. July , 1666, m. Shuluiel Dimmoek 

(prohahli/ his 3d wife). 

Mercy, b. Feb. , 1668, m. Dea. Nathaniel Skill. 

John, b. Mar. , 1670, m. three times, 1st to Mary 

Skeffe (dau. Capt. Stephen) ; 2d to Widow Elizabeth Rus- 
sell, this being her third marriage, and 3d to Hannah ( .') 
Hookey. *f li. I. 

Desire, h. Fcl). , 1673, m. Hon. Melatiali Bourne, 

of Sandwich. 



1368 Appendix 

C}iui'ch. 

A Jolui Church, I). , ni. , Joanna, , 

and there were ten eU'Udrcn. 

Sarah, bapt. Aug. 3, 1720. 

Rebecca, bapt. Aug. 3, 172U. 

Abigail, bapt. Aug^ 3, 17-29. 

Jane, bapt. May 2S, 1732, and jM-obaltly was wife oi 
John Hungerford. 

John. bapt. Sej.t. 22, 1734-. His wife ^[ary d. Nov. 11. 
1798, ae. 7H 

Joanna, bai)t. , 1737. 

Uriah, baj)t. June 15, 1740, m. I)el»orah Ilungerfdrd. 
(See Hungerford.) 

Samiiel, bapt. Nov. 3, 1745. 

Irena,, bapt. ]\[ay 25, 174ii. d. young. 

Abishai, bapt. ]\fay 15. 174S. m. Anna Hungerford. (See 
Hungerford.) Anna and Deliorah Hungerford were >is- 
ters. 

An Edward Church b. , d. Dec. 17, 1788, ae 84 

yi-s, ni. 1st, Mary Clements, and 2d. Mrs. Jane T^eckwitli 
(widow of Xatlianiel), who d. in 17'.i7, in 8()ili year, "reli' t 
of f^dward Chnrcli"). Tliere were six children. 

Lois, b. Mar. 15, 1743-4. 

Ezra, bapt. , 1748. 

Josiali, Ijapt. , 1750. 

Athena (dau.) bapt. , 1752. 

Anna, liajit. , 1757. 

Edward, bapt. , 1701. d. young. 

A Thomas Church of PlainfieM. went to E. Haddaui. 
Conn., in 1741. 

Sijjnuel Chur-h. of Lyme. Conn., b. . d. . 

ui. . Susnniiali , b. . d. . Hi^ 

widow wa^ appnintc! a<lmini-ti ator Juni' 24. 171S. and 
the estate was divid<>d Xov. .5. 17T.1. and mentioned lir^t. 



At'Pendix 13C1> 

willow Susannah . eklost son John, ami as t'oUows. 

ill all seven ehildrvn. 

.lolin. 

l-:il\vard. 

Samuel. 

Simeon. 

Kichard. 

.Mary. 

Hannah. 

Jolm and Edward chose their uncle, John ITuus-erford, 
as ii:uardian and Jany. IS, 1721-"22. he prochictd an acfiuit- 
tance from his ward, John Church. 

The record which follows is of John Chui-ch of Hat- 
field, .Mass.. hut Nov. .S, 1704, was of East Haddam, Conn., 
also a record of some of his descendants. 

Jolm Church, h. , d. ]\Iar. 25, 1755, m. 1st, Hilary 

, and liad a daughter named .Mary, b. Dec. 22. ]7U(;, 

who ni. Chapman. He m. 2d. Feb. 5. 17M7, Eliza- 

iieUi Olmstead. h. , d. Dee. 22, 174',). and there were 

nine children. 

Elizaheth, h. July '^. 1700. and m. Chapman. 

- John, h. July 20, 1711. 

Mehitable. h. .Alar. 7. 1714, m. , Joshua Brainerd. 

She d. , of small pox. 

^ William, b. Xov. 7, 171G. 

Kichard, b. . 

- Sanuiel, b. July 5, 1720. 

Sarah, b. July 4, 1724, m. , :\lattliow Snutli and 

for record see Xo. ];17. 

i Joseph, b. Jany. 14, 172n. 

Kachel, b. Sept. 5. 17:;2, m. Hezekiah Alack and for rec- 
ord see Xo. 24. 

_Johnj:'lmrch, b. July 20, 1711. d. . m. Feb. 10. 

^ '•■■''• T^yii'i Chapm.'.n. b. , ,1. . There were 

ten children. 

^ J„hn, b. , 17;]7. 



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+ Ira, b. , 1741. 

Seldeu, b. ,1744. 

Jabez, b. , 1747. 

Phineas, b. , 1750. 

Lazarus, b. —^_}]^^- \ Twins. ' 

Lydia, b. — , l^oo. ) 

ElLhn, b. , 175G, m. . 

Thomas, b. , 1759. 

Jared, b. , 1763. 

Eliliu m. al)Out 178G, Lydia Sheldon, of Soracj's, Conn. 

William Church, b. Xov. 7, 171(3, d. July 31, 1797, m. 

, Mrs. Hannah (Fuller) Brainerd (dau. of Thomas 

and Elizabeth Fuller), b. Mar. 21, 1720, d. . Ik- 
was called Captain. There were seven children. 

Eichard, bapt. , 1744. 

+ William, b. Aug. 25, 1745. 

Elizabeth, b. Oct. 11, 1747. 

Ambrose, b. June 3, 1753, a member Gen. Spencer's 
Co. He d. Aug. 22, 1775, Koxbury, Mass. 
+ Uriah, bapt. ^lay 11, 1755. 

Hannah, bapt. Xov. 13, 1757. 

Oliver, b. , m. Jany. 17, 17SS, Elizabetli Cone, 

b. , d. April 10, 1799, ae. 3(1 or 37. 

Samuel Church, b. July 5. 1720. d. Jany. 31, 177G, m. 
Nov. 12, 1747, Elizabeth Fuller. He removed to (jilsum, 
N. H., where he held town otHce. There were eleven 
children. 

Samuel, b. Jany. 2S, 1748-9, m. . Sarah Iliggins, 

b. , d. , 1817, ae. 71. 

Ebenezer, b. Dec. 14, 1750, m. Dec. 12, 177(3, Abigail 
Holdredge. 

Thomas, b. Feb. 19, 1754. d. June 21, 1778. He was in 
Rev. War. 

IdHo, ]>. Feb. 14, 1750. d. Sept. 19, 1777. He was in 
Rev. War and killed in battle at Saratoga. 
+ Jonathan, b. Ajiril 12, 1758. 



Appendix 1371 

Ira. 1). Seiit. 1, 17G0. 

i . i:iixaljL'th, 1). :\rar. 25, 17G3. 

I Azrl. b. July 12, 17G5. 

I Iiorothy, b. July 3, 17G7. 

I Daniel, b. Oct. 2S, 1771, d. Juue 15, 1S27, had a broken 

[ 1.- 111. , Alice Aekley, b. , d. Feb. , 

( l-^i:;, ae. 38. 

] .lohn, b. Nov. IC, 1772. 

[ 

I .losei.h Clnirch, b. Jany. 14, 1726, d. Jany. 2(3, 179S, lu. 

j l>t. Jany. 24, 17G5, Phobe Starling, 1). , d. Aug. 1, 

k, 1770. He m. 2d, ^lar. IS, 1773, Joanna Spencer (or 

f Lucy?), b. , d. . There were three children 

I i'V first marriage. He wair; buried in a veiy severe storm 

i <»1' hail and snow. 

[ Calvin, b. Aug. 27, 17(;G, d. Mar. 13, 1787. 

i rhebe, b. Oct. 13, 17G7. 

I f Joseiih, b. April 1, 1770. 

[ .lohn Church, b. , 1737, m. Jany. 21, 17G2, Jane 

f Parke. There were two children, 

i; James, b. Xov. G, 17G2. 

< John, b. Juue 22, 1764. 

I Ira Church, b. , 1741, ra. Oct. 10, 1763, Dorothy 

i Chauncey. There were three children. 

I Dorothy, b. Aug. 10, 17G4. 

i Ira Chauncey. bapt. Oct. IS, 17GG. 

I Sarah, bapt. Xov. 23, 1768. 

I 

I William Church, b. Aug. 25, 1745. d. :\rar. 16, ISIS, 

\ Middlefield, }.[ass., m. Su>anna ITunu-erford (dau. Green 

! .'nid Elizabeth Hungerford). b. Jany. 10, 1749, d. Mar. 12, 

[ l^o^i, Mkkllefield, Mass. There were several cliildrcn. 

: . William, b. , d. Dec. 12. I^IG. m. [May 10, 1803, 

f Xaucy Di<'kson. b. Xov. 24, 1777, K. llad<lani. Conn., d. 

j -^lay 13, 18.54 (dau. James and Margaret Dickson). 

\ 



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ArriiNDix 



+ Greon Plunyerford, b. abt. 1761. 

+ Ambrose, b. . 

+ Warrou, b. . , 

Diodate, b. XyrW 25, 1782. 

Millicont, b. April 25, 1782, m. Sept. 3, LSn'.t, Orris r,is- 
sell. Twin tn above. 

T'riah Ciiurcli, b. April or May, , 1755 (bapt. 

May 11), d. April lU. 1S32. ae. 77. He m. , Phebe 

Dickson, b. Nov. 2:1, 17G3, d. Mar. 2, ISID, ae. 55. There 
were several children. 

Uriah, b. April oi), 17S5, m. Phebe ]\[ack, which see 
No. 2:338. 
+ James, Ij. July IS, 1787. 

Oliver, b. . 

Austin, b. . 

Jonathan Church, b. April 12. 1758, d. A])ril 20, 182n, 
ni. Feb. 11. 17>3. I.'achel Bill (sister of Sanuiel P.ill who 
m. Lydia ^Mack, see Xo. 5205), b. Jany. 7, 17Gi), d. Jany. 
3, Isi-ll. There were four children. 

Olive, b. Nov. 9, 1783, d. Feb. 4. 1821. 

Pachel, b. April 21. 1786, d. Jany. 16, isr.o, ni. in 1849 
a^ second wife of Ivory Randall, b. Aug. 13, 1776, d. June 
27, 1858. 

+ Elizabeth, b. April 7, 1788. 
+ Iddo. b. VlAx. 6, 171)7. 

Elizabeth Church, b. Mar. 25, 176.3. d. , m. , 

PnswL4! Hubbard, b. Nov. 15, 17.56. Xorthtield, Mass.. d. 
Mar. 6, 1816. There were seven children. 

Roswell. b. . 

Fanny, b. , m. , Erastus Kemji. 

Eliza, b. . m. , Benjamin Tyler. 

+ Ellsworth, b. Aug. 9, 1784. 

Geofge. b. . 

^ Hezm. b. July 18, 1799. 

3Iary Ann, b. , m. , Samuel Osgood. , 



AlTENDIX 



1373 



(■apt. Jo.^c'i.Ii rimreli. h. April ], 177n. ,]. Nov. (i, is.j:!, 

Nt, Lucy -^ , d. May Id. ISll, in 3Gth yr. and 

:.. 111. ■2i]. ^raVy . d. ^[ar. -Jn. 1^11, iu 7nt]i yr. There 

veil' .-i.K children. 

(■.ilvin. bapt. , 1794. 

l-.clM'y, liapt. , 171)7, HI. Pest. 

.Maria, bapt. , 1799. 

.Mary, bapt. , 1S02. 

Sun. 

Sun. 

The two S0118 beiu- b. botwecn ISDG and 1810. 

<;reen Iliuiwi-ford Chiireli, h. , E. Pladdani, 

r,.iin.. d. Jany. 1^9. ISlir^, ae. S7, in. lA. Oct. 31. 1792. 
I'uiinda Squires and there were twu chihlreu by this 
i:i:iri-ia:ze. 

i>orinila, b. Dec. 17, 1794, and m. , Ezra Jone.-=. 

Sn-anna, h. Mav. 14. 1797, in. , Daniel Root, Jr. 

(Ireen II. m. ^d. July 10, ISOl, Alice Root. b. -hme 2, 
1771, d. (Jet. 8. 1821. ae. 51 (she was sister of Daniel Koot, 
Sr.) and theie were four children. 

Jefferson, h. Oct. 21, l'^02. m. ^lay 31, 182G, Betsey 
i.ittie (dau. of Josei'h). lie was a physician; is dead. 
(See Little family.) 

Amanda, b. Mar. G. 180(3. m. Dee. 17. l83o, Isaac Gillette 
Cleason. 
• Franklin, h. Se])t. 1, 1808. 

Electa, b. , d. Se].t. 12. 1813, in 4th yr. 

(ireen II. Church m. 3d, Mrs. IlaTinali (Stacy) Kuot 
(widow of Samuel) mother of Stacy Koot. 



Ambrose Church, b. , d. , ni. Nov. 25, 

179S, Phebe Brainerd. 1). , d. . There were 

four chitdren. 

Azubah. b. Mar. 23, b^dO, <1. Sept. 13. 1<12. 

Emeline, 1). Feb. 2<t. 1^04. 



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i 

Ambrose, b. Jany. 1, ISO". 
Augustus :\[nther, b. Nov. 21, 1809. 

Warren Cliuveli, b. , m. , Anna' . ; 

There were at least four cliildren. ■; 

Orlean, b. , d. Mar. 2S, 1815, in Stli yr. 

+ Nancy Marilla. b. Dec. IG, 1811. 

^Molina, b. , d. Mar. 25, IS] 5, in 4th yr. 

Infant, b. , d. Mar. 20, 1815, ae. 2 mos. 

James Church, called "Captain Jim," b. July 18, 17^7. 
d. April 12, 1S74, ae. S6, m. Mar. 14, 1815, Nancy Littlr. 
b. Sept. 5, 1790-1, d. April 6, 1SG3. There were sevin 
children. 

+ Nancy Eliza, b. Jany. 8, IS] G. 
+ Phebe Dickson, b. Nov. 17. 1818. 
+ James Uriah, b. Oct. 15, 1827. 
+ William Little, b. May 2S, 1S29. 
+ Talmadge Barzillai, b. June 27, 1S31. 

John Ckn-ton, b. July 5, 1834, d. Sept. 10, 1838. 
+ Henry Clay. b. Jany. 26, 1838. 

Elizabeth Church, b. April 7, 1788, d. Sept. 13, 1840, m. 

, 1811, Aaron Day, b. Feb. 9, 178G, d. Sept. 28, 1SG2. 

There were six children. 

+ Betsey, b. Mar. 22, 1812. 

+ Mary, b. Sept. 1, 1814, d. . 

Aaron, b. Dec. 19, 1817, d. May 2, 1855. 
+ Ira Church, b. Aug. 19, 1821. 

George Hubbard, b. Sept. 28. 1824, d. Dec. 31, 184G. 
+ Eliza Horton, b. July 9, 1828. 

Iddo Church, b. :\rar. G, 1797, d. , m. 1st, Eme- 

liue Kemp, who d. Sept. , 1833, and he m. 2d. Bet- 
sey Hovey. In 1^41 he removed to Acworth, N. II. 
There was one child by each marriage. 
+ SaUy Ann. b. Feb. 28, 1830. 

(2d ^larriage.) 

Azel, b. , ui. , Lydia J. Symington. 



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iilisworth Hulilmrd, b. Aug. 0, 17S4, d. ISlar. 4, 1S50, ni. 
]-!, Xov. '2>^, ISlii, Lavinia Frost, 1). ^Mar. 7. 17!t5, d. April 
!;;.'h;;l'. lie m. 2d, July S, 1S:J5, ^Lrs. Nancy {.Mark} 
llul>l.ard, b. July 17, 1801 (widow of brotlier llezro). 
Tii.MO were six children by first marriage and one by 

MTOUd. 

• (ieorge Frost, b. Dec. 4, 1S17. 

• Harriet Lavina, b. Oct. 2, 1819. 

. l-:iizabeth Flora, b. Dec. 12, 1821. 
■ Mary Ann, b. Nov. 9, 1823. 

• Martha, b. Jany. 13, 1826. 
Laura Maria, b. Jany. 22, 1828. 

(2d Marriage.) 
Henry p:iLsworth, b. Mar. 11, 183G. 

Hezro Hubbard, b. July 18, 1799, d. Aug. 1, 1831, ni. 
May 14, 1829, Nancy ^IcCurdy Mark, b. July 17. 1«(»1, d. 
. There were two children. 

Elizabeth Baruet, b. June 30, 1830, d. June 1, 1834. 

llezro William, b. Oct. 12, 1831. 

Susanna Church, b. Mar. 14. 1797, d. Sept. 25, 185^. m. 
Sept. 9. 1819, Daniel Koot, Jr., b. April 7, 1793, ^riddle- 
field, r^lass., d. . Res. in Pa. There were six chil- 
dren. 

Electa D., b. Sept. 1-3, 1820, m. Dec. 31, 1845, Ebenezer 
S. Koot. 

Meribah A., b. April 14, 1823, d. July 30, 189(;. m. Sept. 
3. 1846, Rev. Norman 0. Thomas. 

"A sad calamity sliocked the little village of Transfer 
on the morning of July 30. As ]klrs. ^Meribah Tliomas, 
wife of Rev. Norman Thomas, and mother to Rev. 0. R. 
Thomas, pastor of the Transfer church, was i)assing from 
her home to that of her son, she was struck liy an excur- 
sion train'and instantly killed. Rev. Norman Thonuis 
has Ju'ld .-everal i!n]inrtant jiasturates in I'a. duiing his 
long and useful life, notably at Cambridge and Sneakley- 

[S7J 



1376 Appendix 

ville where meeting houses were built and !Mrs. Thoma- 
was ever a faithful companion and co-worker so far ;i- 
her frail health would allow. She was especially gift.-.i 
with ability to awaken in women a deeper interest in 
woman's work for missions. A largely attended fun'.Tal 
service was held in the Cambridge church on Saturday. 
Aug. 1, and the remains wei'e laid to rest in the beautiful 
cemetery, only twenty yards from the place of her birih 
seventy-three years ago." 
+ Daniel C, b.'Ai.ril 20, 1827. 

Eliakim W., b. Aug. 14, 1829, d. Jany. 27, 1SG2. 

Sumner F., b. July 7, 1831. 

Ann E., b. July 7, "lS34. 

Franklin Church, b. Sept. 1, 180S, d. Aug. 29, 1843, m. 

, Angeliue D. Higgins, b. . She m. 2d. 

Shaw, b. , d. . There were two chil- 
dren. 

Henry Franklin, b. Sept. 8, 1839. Middlefield, Mass. 

Helen Alice, b. April 2, 1844, AVorthingion, Mass., ni. 

, Hamlin. He has been Secretary to Governor dT 

Mass. many years. There arc children— one son is mai- 
ried. 

Marilla Xancy Church, b. l~)ec. 16. 1811, d. Jany. l"^. 
1870. m. Oct. 11, 1831, Lucien A. Higley. b. April 13.'l'-li'. 
d. Nov. 14, 1844. There were two children. 

Charles Wright, b. Jany. 15. 1835, d. June 22, 1SG3, m. 

Nov. 21, 1858. Ann Miller, b. . 

+ AN'illiam Edward, b. Sept. 23, 1837. 

Xancy Eliza Church, b. Jany. 8, 1816, d. Sept. 3, 1877. 
m. Oct. 23, 1842, dames Muuy;m, of Xorthampton. Mass.. 
b. Sept. 5, 1815, d. Jany. 1, 1894. There were six children. 

Clayton, b. Aug. 13, 1843. d. Dec. 29, 1850. 

.tohu Church, b. Aug. 12, 1846. d. Ajjril 27, 1847. 

- Julia Eliza, b. .May 29, 1848. d. . 

+ Fauuie Josephine, b. X'ov. 15, 1851. 



Appendix 1377 

Xaiicy Church, b. , d. Jany. 13, 1859. 

.laiuo's Church, b. July 7, ISCl. 

riicbe Pickson Chiirch. b. Nov. 17, ISIS. d. Juuc 25, 
l-!2. 111. .]uly 4, 1S:J7, John Ward. Jr., b. Sei.t. -JG. ISO'.), 
.1. N'nv. 30, 1841, Middlefiehl, ^lass. There were three 
.■Kildren. 

John Henry, b. July 4, 1S3S, d. Aug. 6, 1839. 
. Myra, b. Jany. 13, 1840, m. Nov. 30, 1864, Solomon Lit- 
tle, b. Dec. 27, 1S2G (son of ). 

John, b. Jany. 31, 1842, d. May 16, 1843. 

S James Uriah Church, b. Oct. 15. 1827, d. Aug. 27, 

I l-,j'.». m. Mar. 3 or 4,. 1857, Sarah Bluish Smith, b. Jany. 

f 4. 183S. She m. 2d, Mar. 24, 1869, William S. Huuting- 

I t..ii, of Becket, b. Nov. 28, ISOS, d. :May 7, 1891, and at the 

! time of her marriage the local correspondent stated that 

I "III' of the churches in !Middlefield was to be removed to 

; I'.rcket by the way of Huntington. I5y the first marriage 

I there were two children. 

1 Mary Abi, b. May 3, 1858. 

[ Sarah Blanche, b. Sept. 9, 1859, d. Sept. 21, 1886. 

j ^Vimara Little Church, b. May 28, 1829, d. Jany. 22, 

»' l^'.'l. m. May 15, 1853, Nancy Adaline Smith, b. .lune 23, 

I 1^3ti. There were three children. 

I • Xancy Marion, name aftei-wards changed to Daisy 

I Mariuu, b. June 9. 1862. 

i Kdith Starr, b. Nov. 6, 1863, d. June 27, 1S64. 

1 William Little, b. Oct. 4, 1869. 

! 

I Talmadge Barzillai Church, b. June 27, 1831, d. Mar. 

I 25, 1874, m. Feb. 23 or 24, 1864. :Mary Janett Koot, b. Sept. 

; 14, 1S35. ^There were two children. 

[ , Mary Edith, b. Aug. 14, 1865. 

!• William Henry, b. July 15, 1867. 



1378 Appendix 

Henry Clay Clmn'li, b. .Taiiy. 2(1, 18.38, iii. :\[ar. V2 uv ]:], 
1861, Caroline L. Ames of Beeket, Mass. There wlt,. 
four children. 

+ James Uriah, b. May 3, 1865. 
+ Eufus Ames, h. Sept. 15, 1877. 

Henry Clay. b. Feb. 14, 1882. 

Kdith :\ray, b. ^lay 1, 1885. 

Betsey Day, b. Mar. 22, 1S12, d. Dee. 20. 1877, m. (i.t. 

20, 18.36, Roswell Griggs Bennett, b. Dec. , 1807, .1. 

May 21, 1878. There was one child. 

Ira Griggs, b. .Inly 14, 1849, d. April 30, 1SG5. 

Mary Day, b. Sept. 1, 1814, d. :\[ar. 20, ]87S, m. An-. 

16, 1845, George "\V. Crane, b. . There were two 

children. 

Ezra Jerry, b. Aug. 30, 1847, d. Aug. 18, 1849. 

Eliza Day, b. Sept. 22, 18.50. 

Ira Church Day, b. Aug. 19, 1821, d. Dec. 12, 1864, in. 
June 12, 1845, Orcelia Greenleaf, b. Nov. 14, 1821. There 
were four children. 
+ Frederick Elton, b. Sept. 2, 1S46. 

Mary Eliza, b. Aug. 5, 1848, d. Feb. 10, 1850. 

Frank Percival, b. Sei4. 10, 1851, d. Feb. 3, 1854. 

George Levorett, b. Jany. 25, 1857. 

Eliza Hortou Day, b. July 9, 1828, d. Veh. 6, 1S6S. m. 

, 1S51, Charfes Gilbert, b. , d. , 1S65. 

There M'ere three children. 

Clarence Day, b. Sept. 21, 1852, m. , Grace Hani- 

mersley. 

Carrie Eliza, 1). Jauv. 23, 1856, d. unmarried dan v. 2;:. 
1877. 

Harry Andrew, b. Oct. 4, 1860. 

Siilly Ann Church. 1). Feb. 28, 1830, d. Au-r. 26, 18(;i, 

111. , is3j. Otis \V. Hapgood, b. . 1824, d. :\lay 

2, 1863. There were two children. 



Appendix 1379 

One fl. in infancy. 

.laiio M., b. Aug. , 185G, d. young. 

George Frost Hubbard, b. Dec. 4, 1^17, d. Aug. , 

I -;•_'. ui. .Tany. 8, 1S4G, Betsey "Wardwell b. . There 

i wore four children. 

I Abl)y Lavina, b. . 

\ .John Milton, b. . 

I Minot Wesley, b. — - — • 
; Charles Woods, b. . 

t Harriet Lavina flubbard, b. Oct. 2. 1S19, d. Xov. 26, 

\ iS72, m. April 11, 1S43, George Wardwell, b. . 

I Tliere were three children. 

I (Jeorge Osgood, b. . 

1 Amos Frost, b. . 

Ilattie Maria, b. . 

Elizabeth Flora Hubbard, b. Dec. 12. 1S21, d. April G, 
1S55, m. June 5, 1S44. Levi Fiske Mason, b. Sept. G, 1S19. 
There were two children. 

Almon Clifford, b. . 

I Lester Everett, b. ■—. 

': Mary Ann Hubbard, b. Xov. 0. ]S-2:l. m. Xov. 2.1, 1S47, 

t .lolm Locke, b. xVpril 30, 1823. There were two children. 

l Theodore Jewett, b. . 

I. Frances Adella, b. . 

I Martha Hubbard, b. .lany. 13, 192G. m. Sept. G. 18.53, 

» I'liilander Howland, b. Aug. 13, 1S25. There were seven 

1 children. 

I - Eliza Anna. b. July 17. 1855. 

j Burton Hubl)ard, b. :\ray 10, 1857. d. Sej^t. 8, 1857. 

! Frank Ellsworth, b. Oct. 8. 185'^. d. June 23. 18(^1. 

\ Ceorge Henry, b. Sept. 4, 18Gi), d. July 20, ISiil. 

I Jennie Laura, b. Sopt. 2G, 1<G2. 

! Alhert Eugene, b. Aug. 7, 1805. d. Aug. 1(5. 18GG. 

\ I'Mward Wallace, b. Sept. 4. 1807. 



1380 Appendix 

Henry Ellsworth Hul)bard, b. Alar. 11, 183C), m. l.t, 
Dec. 7, ISG'G, Charity Stoughtmi. h. Xuv. 17, 1842, d. .laiiy. 
3, 1868. He m. 2d, Dec. 24, 1S72. Mary Ann Kov.cll, 1,. 
Feb. 26, 1845. There was one child l)y first marriage. 

Ethel Sophia, b. Dec. 29, 1867. 

There were two by second marriage. 

Walter Mason, b. Aug. 16, 1874. 

Grace Ellsworth, b. Feb. 4, 1879. 

Hezro "William Hubbard, b. Oct. 12, 1831, m. July 1, 
1857, Mary Abby Lane, b. Feb. 12, 18o5. There were four 
children. 

William Lane, b. .luly 23, 1858. 

Ada Annette, b. Jany. , 1863, d. Alar. 28, 1SG3. 

Annie May, b. Dee. 11, 1868. 

Lew Ellsworth, b. Aug-. 30, 1873. 

Daniel C. Root, b. xVpril 20, 1827, m. :\Lar. 16. is.')4, 
Sarcxh G. Stanford, b. . There were six children. 

Isabella A., b. Dec. 16, 1854. 

Jeannie K., b. June 28, 1856. d. May 20, 1857. 

Willie E., b. Seiit. 10, 1858. 

Freddie E., b. Jany. 31, ISGl. 

Sarah L., b. June 4, 1863. 

Philip S.. b. Aug. 9, 1867. 

William Edward Higley. h. Se]it. 23. 1^37, d. Aug. 3,n. 

1901, m. Jany. 1, 1860, Maria A. Aliller, b. . Urs. 

Becket, Mass. Tliere were three cliildien. 

Charles William, b. Nov. 18, 1864, m. Janv. . 

1891, Bessie Taylor. Xo children. 

Arthur Lucian. b. Ai)ril 4, 1868. 

Anna Marilla, b. Jany. 4, 187(t, m. Alar. 19, 1891, Frud 
M. Burleigh, b. . They have one child. 

Geneva May, 1). June 12. 1896. 

Julia Eliza :Munynn, b. May 29, 1848, m. .^L^y 2, 1^66. 
Afilo ft. AiorLran {(,f rti<'a, X. Y.) 1). ;ibt. I'-I'.S. TIutc w;;- 
one child. 
+ Harry Guy, b. Alay 13, 1869. 



Appendix 1381 

r i\:nnii' .Tosei>liint' ?k[uny;-m. b. Nov. 15, 1S51, m. Sept. 

I _,,. i-'-l. Silas M. Wright, b. . There were (our 

I .iiiMreii. 

Mary EIi?a, b. June 12, 1SS3. 

I Silas >rartin, b. Dec. 5, 1SS4. 

[ o/ro Luther, b. May 13, 1891. 

I I'anny ^Luuyan, b. July 14, 1893. 

j Myra Ward. b. Jany. 13, 1840, m. Nov. 30, 1864, Solo- 

iiinii Little (of Aurora, 0.), b. Dec. 27, 1826. There were 

r ili]-te children. 

[ Susie Spencer, b. Oct. 3, 1872, d. Jauy. 28, 1874, of dipk- 

Ihcria. 

I i;iina Ward. b. June 4, 1876. 

I IK^iiry Warren, b. July 1, 1878. 

I I )aisy ]kIarion Church, b. June 9, 18G2, m. June 29, 1881, 

i IMward Payson Hawes (of Pittsburg, Pa.), b. Nov. 30, 

\<>f\ and d. June 29, 1886. There was one child. 

1 ]-:dward Prince, b. Aug. 30, 1885. 
1 

[ -Mary Edith Church, b. Aug. 14, 1865, m. June 27, 1888, 

f West Mixer Ray, b. ^lar. 4, 1857, d. Feb. 8, 1901. There 

\ were four children. 

[ Karl Talmadge, b. May 13, 1891. 

[- Alif^o Mary, b. Sept. 5. 1S95. 

I Palph West, b. Feb. 18, 1S97. 

I Leon Stevens, b. April 7, 1899. 
I 

I William Henry Church, b. July 15. 1867, ni. Ajiril 26, 

I I'^iiS, Euuna Minerva True, b. . No children. 

I .lames Uriah Church, b. May 3. 1865, m. June 13, 1892, 

Kllie Louise Meeker (of Newton Falls, 0.). b. . 

There were two children. 

' l!-.th T'hebe. b. Feb. 25, 1893. 

.hanes Uriah, b. dune 24, 1895. 



138:^ AprEXDix 

Kiifus Ames CliureL, b. Sejit. 15, 1S77, m. .Tum- i:.",. 
1;H)], Florence Pollen Thayer (of Garrottsville, O.). I, 
^ — . Tlicre was oue child. 

Thehna Ellen, b. Aug. 30, VM2. 

Frederick Eltou Day, b. Sept. 2, IS-iG, m. June "J-'l 1-.-, 

Josephine O'Coimor, b. . There was one child. 

Virginia, b. Mar. 6, 1S72. 

Eliza Anna Huwland, b. July 17, IS;).!, ni. Fel). 1(5, l'-7-. 

Elbridge Gerry Eandall, b. . There was a sou. 

Frank, b. Feb. 28, ISSO. 

Harry Guy :\[orgau, b. ^lay 13, ISGO, m. Sept. 7, ISsil 

Martlia Phillips (of New York), b. . There wa> 

oue child. 

Leonard Guy, b. April 28, 1S9G. 

Fragmentary Cone Data. 

Daniel Cone. 1). , lG2r;, came from Ediiiboro, Scot- 
land, in 1G70, aud settled in Iladdam, Conn., !)riugiug with 
liim four sons, leaving one in SrotL-UKL Daniel <1. in 17'i'''. 
Oct. 24. He m. 1st. }*[ehilali!e Spt'U.-or and 2d, AViduw 
Walpley. His sons were: 
+ Daniel, b. , 1GG5. 

Jared. b. , 1G74, d. Alay 12. 1742. m. and settled in 

E. Haddam an<l had nine chilih-cn. (See record of two 
ch., Stei»hon and Kuth.) 

+ Stei)hen, b. , d. , 1752. 

+ Caleb, b. , 167^), d. Sejit. 25, 1742. 

Nathaniel, bnpt. June G, 1(;75, d. , 1730-2. m. 

' Sarah Ilungerford. dau. Thomas, ancestor of 

J. D. Cone of Hartford. 

iXiinirl Cone, b. , K^n.-,. ,]. .7,^0 ],-,_ 170.-, ,^, p,,-, 

14. I(;!15. Marv (lat^.s. b. . ,]. Mav 12, 1742 C). 

Ihere wei'e ten children. 



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