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Full text of "The New Hampshire genealogical record : an illustrated quarterly magazine devoted to genealogy, history, and biography : official organ of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society"

THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 



GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine 

DEVOTED TO 
GENEALOGY, HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY. 

Official Organ of the New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 

The publication of an exact transcript of the Genealogical Records of 
New Hampshire is the special province of the magazine. 



VOL. III. 

July 1905— April 1906. 



DOVER, N. H. 
CHARLES W. TIBBETTS, Editor and Publisher. 

1906. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME III. 

July 1905— April 1906. 

A Letter from Rev. Joseph Gerrish 137 

Allotment of Seats in the Meeting-House, Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 1693 172 

American Revolutionary Naval Service 19, 65 

The Continental Frigate Raleigh 19, 65 

Book Notices 46, 92, 140, 190 

Donations 48, 96, 139, 189 

Epping Town Records 113, 177 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 113, 177 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting. . 31 

Family Records 31 

Index of Names 193 

In Memoriam 185 

Rev. Myron Samuel Dudley 185 

Journal of Rev. John Pike, 1678—1709 77, 97, 145 

Kingston First Church Records 37, 86, 129, 167 

Kingston Deaths 37 

Kingston Marriages 39, 86, 129, 167 

New Hampshire Genealogical Society, The . . . 187 

Report of Librarian 187 

Officers of the Society, 1906—1907 188 

Library Building 188 

Newington Church Records 1, 57, 105, 154 

Baptisms 57, 105, 154 

Marriages 1 

North Church Records, Portsmouth, N. H 49 

List of Members, 1671—1697 49 

Admissions to North Church, 1693—1697 51 

North Church Baptisms 53 

List of Members, 1699 ". 54 

Parish Register Society of Dublin 76 

Piscataqua Pioneers 45 

Queries 46, 92, 142, 186 

Rye Genealogical Records 191 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 191 

Stratham Genealogical Records 11, 121, 161 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 11, 121, 161 

Wants 137, 189 




nk\vin<;t<>n CHURCH. 

(Erected before July 15, 1713; probably in 1712. The < ► 1 < I stepping 
stone will be noticed in front of the church; steps are cul in the 
stone <>n ihf side next the church, not seen in this picture. It was 
this stone that the people used in mounting and dismounting from 
their horses when they caiue to church. It was used for many 
years before the advent of carriages in this vicinity.) 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. III. Dover, N. H., July, 1905. No. 1. 

NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



MARRIAGES. 

[Continued from Vol. II, page 176.] 

1753. May 3. Mr Robert Mason of New Market & Mrs 

Susanna Bickford of Newington w r mar- 
ryed. 

July 16. Mr Thomas Vincent & Mrs Eliza th Fur- 
bur both of Newington w r marryed. 

Sept. 13. Mr Charles Dennet & Mrs Hannah Nutter 
were marryed. 

Dec. 27. Mr Joshua Trickey & Mrs Rosamund 
Coleman both of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

1754. July 1. Mr Reuben Libby & Mrs Sarah Goss 

being both of Rye were marryed. 

Aug. 6. Mr Winthrop Burnham & Mrs Meriel 
Adams both of Durham were mar- 
ryed. 

Aug. 14. Mr George Warren of Portsm & Mrs Eliz- 
abeth Hogdon of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

Sept. 1. Mr Matthew Libby & Mrs Lidia Libby 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Nov. 3. Mr Abner Bickford & Mrs Sarah Bick- 
ford both of Durham w r marryed. 

1755. Jan. 8. Mr Sachel Clark of Stratham and Mrs 

Elizabeth Rawlins of Newington were 
marryed. 
Jan. 15. Mr John Nutter Jun 1 & Mrs Miriam Nut- 
ter both of Newington were marryed. 



2 NKWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1755. Mch. 14. Patrick Shaffen& Mary Racklety both of 

NewingtoD were marryed. 

April 10. Mr Samuel Ham and Mrs Elizabeth Bick- 
ford were marryed. 

July 17. Mr John Wille of Durham & Mrs Sarah 
Fox of New Market w marryed. 

Aug. 7. Mr Daniel Bickford & Mrs Eliz tt Hog- 
don both of Portsm w 1 marryed. 

Sept. 26. Mr Will: Mullally, Joiner, & Mrs Mary 
Marriner of Kittery were marryed. 

Dee. 4. Mr Samuel Tompson & Mrs Sarah Down- 
ing both being of Newington w r mar- 
ryed. 

Dec. 18. Mr .lames Nutter & Mrs Easter Dam both 
of Newington were marryed. 

1756. Feb. 3. Mr Robert Sinart and Mrs Mary Grove 

both of New Market were marryed. 

Feb. 18. Mr John Davis & Mrs Unice Seavey of 
Rye were marryed. 

May 13. Mr George Osburne & Mrs Olive Picker- 
ing both of Portsmouth were marryed. 

June 1. Mr Antony Nutter and Mrs Sarah Nut- 
ter of Portsmouth were marryed. 

Oct. 21. Mr Enoch Toppan of Newbury & Mrs 
Sarah Coleman of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

Dec. 15. Mr Jn° Leonard of Dyrhain & Mrs Eliza* 
Durgan of Newington were marryed. 

1757. Jan. 13. Mr Ebenezer Adams & Mrs Loise Down- 

ing both of Newington were marryed. 
Feb. 1. Mr Joseph Rawlins & Mrs Mary Carter 

both of Newington were marryed. 
Mch. 24. Mr Jonathan Hill of Dyrham ,V- Mrs Mary 

Knight of Newington were marryed. 
Sept. 26. Mr.JohnHoit Jur & Mrs Sarah Furbur 

both of Newington were marryed. 
Sept. 17. E: P: &; L; C: [record in Hebrew.] 

1758. -Ian. 30. Mr Samuel Brewster of Barrington and 

Mrs Sarah Norwood of Newington were 
marryed. 
Mch, 7. Mr Nicholas Pickering & Mrs Hannah 
Bickford both of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 



MARRIAGES. 6 

1758. April 25. Mr John Crocker & Mrs Bethiak Green 

both of Kittery w 1 ' marryed. 

July 10. Mr Benjamin Lang and Mrs Eleoner Bur- 
ley both of Rye were marryed P Ly- 
cence. 

Nov. 12. Mr Isaac Mezeet & Mrs Elizabeth Lamb 
both of Portsmouth w 1 marryed P Li- 
cence. 

Nov. 23. Mr Lemuel Trickey of Dyrham & Mrs 
Alice Nutter of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

1759. Mch. 15. John Knight Jun r Esq r and Mrs Temper- 

ance Pickering both of Newington w r 

marryed. 
June 1. Mr Joseph Benson & Mrs Mary Yeaton 

were marryed. 
July 10. Mr Thomas Pickering & Mrs Jerusha 

Furbur both of Newington w l marryed. 
July 12. Mr Sam 11 Egerly and Mrs Olive Dam w 1 

marryed. 

1760. Jan. 3. The Rev d Mr Joseph Adams of Newing- 

ton & Mrs Elizabeth Bracket of Green- 
land were marryed, P y e Rev d Mr Sam 11 
M c Clintock. 

May 22. Mr Trnstrum Tucker and Mrs Abigail 
Richardson both of Kittery were mar- 
ryed. 

Oct. 19. Mr Andrew Carter of Dyrham and Mrs 
Jerusha Bear were marryed. 

Oct. 30. Mr Joseph Moody of Scarboroth & Mrs 
Mary Nutter of Newington were mar- 
ryed, 

Nov. 27. Mr James Mackdonald of Barrington and 
Mrs Sarah Nutter of Newington were 
marryed. 

Dec. 18. Mr Edward Walker Sen 1 ' & Mrs Sarah 
Rawlins Sen 1 w r mrrryed. 

1761. July 16. Mr Timothy Roberts of Rochester and 

Mrs Sarah Furbur of Newington were 
marryed. 
Sept. 8. Mr Winthrop Pickering & Mrs Phebe 
Nutter both of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 



Oct. 


27. 


Dec. 


3. 


July 


18. 


Sept. 


19. 


Nov. 


30. 


Dec. 


16. 



M.WINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1761. Oct. 27. Mr Sam 11 Greenough & Mrs Lucy Tripe 

were marryed. 

Mr Layton Coolbroth and Mrs Deborah 
Layton both of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 
762. July 8. Mr Ichabod Bickford & Mrs Rebecca Bick- 

lord wen- marryed. 

Mr .John Chapman of New Market and 
Mrs Susan 8 Mason of Dyrham were 
marryed. 

Mr Benja" Staple & Mrs Jerusha Libby 
of Kittery w r marryed. 

Mr Aziriali Libby & Mrs Elizabeth Paul 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Jacob Cruniel of Dyrham & Mrs Abi- 
gail Dam of Newington were marryed. 

1763. April 25. Mr Samuel Doe of Newmarket & Mrs 

Eliza"' Pickering of Newington were 
marryed. 
Mr Mark Miller aud Mrs Susanna Down- 
ing both of Newington were marryed. 

1764. Jan. 4. Mr Paul Waples & Mrs Mary Robinson 

of Portsmouth were marryed. 

Mr Joseph Peavy <.V Mrs Arrabella Nut- 
ter both of Newington were marryed. 

Mr Thomas Petegrew and Mrs Eleanor 
Adams both Kittery w l marryed. 

Mr Daniel Walker & Mrs Betty Nutter 
were marryed. 

Mr Moses Horn of Dover A: Mrs Hannah 
Rawlins of Rochester were marryed. 

Capt" Luke Mills of Portsm & Mrs Deb- 
orah Furbur of Newington w r mar- 
ryed. 
Nov. 8. Mr Thomas Quint Jun r & Mrs Sarah 

Walker Mere marryed. 
Dec. 4. Mr Robart Staples & Mrs Elizabeth Ken- 

nard of Kittery w 1 marryed. 
Dec. 13. Mr .lames Pickering Jun' & Mrs Mary 
Fabyan of Newington w r marryed. 

1765. Aug. 1. Mr .In" vV Mrs Mary Downing both of 

Newington were marryed. 



Sept. 


15 


Jan. 


4. 


July 


Hi, 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


27, 


Oct. 


11 



MARRIAGES. 5 

1765. Oct. 17. Mr Stephen Libbey of Scarborough & 

Mrs Margaret Miller of Portsm w 1 " 

marryed. 
Mr Jn° Boynton of Witscasset & Mrs 

Temperance Hogdon of Newington were 

marryed. 
Oct. 26. Mr Henry Hart of Portsm & Mrs Allice 

Downing of Newington were marryed. 
Oct. 31. Mr William Dennet & Mrs Sarah Paul 

both of Kittery were marryed. 
Mr Timothy Spinney and Mrs Abigail 

Paul both of Kittery were marryed. 
Dec. 12. Mr Charles Hogdon of Newington & Mrs 

Hannah Dennet of Portsmouth were 

marryed. 

1766. April 3. Mr James Dwyer of Portsmouth & Mrs 

Eliza th Smith of Dyrham w r marryed. 
June 17. Mr John Hill & Mrs Leucy Chick both of 

Kittery were marryed. 
July 7. Mr Judah Allen of Stratham & Mrs Sarah 

Philbrook of Greenland were marryed. 
Aug. 27. Mr Jonathan Philbrook of Rye & Mrs 

Mary Fullsom of New-market w 1 ' mar- 
ryed. 
Sept. 4. Mr Mark Ayers & Mrs Elizabeth Walker 

both of Newington were marryed. 
Nov. 5. Mr Jonathan Woodman & Mrs Catherine 

Fry both of Kittery were marryed. 
Dec. 16. Mr Benjamin Hoite of Scarborough & 

Mrs Sarah Downing of Newmgton w r 

marryed. 

1767. Mch. 12. Mr Timothy Dam and Mrs Elizabeth Pick- 

ering both of Newington were marryed. 

July 2. Mr John Williams and Mrs Sarah Meder 
both of Dyrham were marryed. 
Mr Daniel Rendal & Mrs Charity Meder 
both of Dyrham were marryed. 

July 7. Mr Mark Dennet and Mrs Mary Dennet 
both of Kittery w r marryed. 

Oct. 6. Mr Josiah Staples & Mrs Eunice Fogg 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Oct. 22. Mr Tobias Staples & Mrs Catherine Sta- 
ple both of Kittery were marryed. 



M.WIXGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



17G7. Oct. 22. 

Nov. 19. 

1768. May 13. 

.June 2. 

Sept. 1. 

Oct. 19. 
Nov. 17. 

Dec. 20. 

1769. Feb. 9. 
June 29. 
Oct. 4. 

1770. Jan. 27. 

Feb. 22. 

June 2. 
June 14. 
June 28. 
July 26. 

Aug. 9. 



Mr Francis Mushuay of Portsm & Mrs 
Alice Nutter of Newington \v r mar- 
ry ed. 

Mr John Dam & Mrs Elizabeth Furbur 
both of Newington were marry ed. 

Mr Joseph Adams & Mrs Mary Dennet 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Isaac Morrel & Mrs Mary Spinney 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Theodore Carlton of Exiter & Mrs 
Mary Hoite of Portsmouth were mar- 
ryed. 

Mr Thomas Dickson & Mrs Susanna Rem- 
eck both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Dependance Shapleigh & Mrs Cather- 
ine Leighton both of Kittery were mar- 
ryed. 

Mr Stephen Pedigrove & Mrs Lucey Dix- 
son both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Jotham Nutter & Mrs Elizabeth Down- 
ing both of Newington were marryed. 

Mr Nathaniel Meservey eV Mrs Martha 
Jones of Dover were marryed. 

Mr Pelatiah Greenough & Mrs Inice 
Witham of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Daniel Hoit & Mrs Elizabeth Brown 
of Hampton or of Rainham were mar- 
ryed. 

Mr Humphrey Scammond Jun r & Mrs 
Elizabeth Richardson both of Kittery 
were marryed. 

Mr Jacob Brewer & Mrs Mary Witham 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Abner Witham & Mrs Lydia Webber 
both of Kittery were marryed. 

Mr Moses Furbur & Mrs Hannah Hoite 
of Newington were marryed. 

Mr .John Pickering tertius & Mrs Eliza- 
beth Vincent widow both of Newington 
w 1 marryed. 

Mr Christopher Huntris Sen r of Newing- 
ton and Mrs Abigail Hogdon of Ber- 
wick were marryed. 



MARRIAGES. 7 

1770. Aug. 30. Mr George Rogers & Mrs Mary Furnald 

both of Kittery were marryed. 
Sept. 6. Mr James Ayers and Mrs Mary Neal both 

both of Greenland were marryed. 
Oct. 4. Mr Levi Furbur & Mrs Rossemund Fa- 

byan both of Newington were marryed. 

1771. Feb. 25. Mr Benjamin Hogdon of Newington & 

Mrs Hannah Sayward of Dover were 
marryed. 

Mch. 21. Mr Christopher Nutter & Mrs Mary Lay- 
ton both of Newington were marryed. 

July 17. Mr Enoch Hoite & Mrs Elizabeth Cole- 
man both of Newington were marryed. 

Oct. 29. Mr David Perkins of Epping & Mrs Me- 
hetibel Swet of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

Dec. 15. Mr Joseph Jenkins & Mrs Catherine 
Woodman of Kittery were marryed. 

Dec. 24. Mr Ezekiel Gilman Adams & Mrs Mary 
Hoyt both of Newington were marryed. 

1772. Jan. 9. Mr Dependance Ayers of Portsm & Mrs 

Elizabeth Nutter of Newington w 1 ' mar- 
ryed. 

May 5. Mr John Janvrin & Mrs Catherine Lang 
of Portsm were marryed. 

June 4. Mr Enoch Fogg of Scarborough & Mrs 
Louis Nutter of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

1773. Feb. 18. Mr Ebenezer Sullivan of Berwick & Mrs 

Abigail Cotton of Portsmouth were mar- 
ryed. 

Feb. 25. Mr Jn° Hogdon & Mrs Temperance Pick 
ering both of Newington were marryed. 

April 29. Mr William Kennard & Mrs Hannah Sar- 
gent both of Kittery were marryed. 

May 4. Mr James Edgerly & Mrs Rachel Kent 
both of Dyrham were marryed. 

May 23. Mr John Tuttle & Mrs Dorothy Jacobs 
both of Dyrham w 1 marryed. 

June 3. Mr Stephen Remmick & Mrs Hannah 
Rogers both of Kittery were marryed. 

June 10. Mr John Gee Pickering & Mrs Deborah 
Mills both of Newingtan were marryed. 



8 NENYINCTON CHURCH KKCORDS. 

1773. Aug. 8. Mr Joseph Meader & Mrs Abigail Field 

both of I) villain were niarryed. 
Sept. 2. Mr Stephen Ayeirs of Port'sm" & Mrs 

Sarah Ilogdon of Newington were niar- 
ryed. 
Oct. 8. Mr Benja n Brown & Mrs Abigail Gerrish 

were niarryed, both of Madberry. 
Nov. 16. Mr James Pickering & Mrs Mercy Gowen 

both of Newington w r marryed. 
Nov. *24. Mr Isachar Wigffin «& Mrs Elizabeth Pe- 

vey were niarryed. 
New 25. Mr Dependance Coolbroth of Newington 

& Mrs Elionar Walker W niarryed. 
Dee. 10. Mr William Raitt & Mrs Sarah Laighton 

both of Kitten' were niarryed. 

1774. .Ian. 20. Mr Dimon Kennard & Mrs Elizabeth 

('handler of Kittery were niarryed. 

Jan. 25. Mr Thomas Donald & Mrs Eunice Hoite 
of Portsm were niarryed. 

Feb. 10. Mr Jonathan Downing ^v. Mrs Alice Nut- 
ter both of Newington w ' niarryed. 

Nov. 9. Mr Jonathan Swet & Mrs Lidia Ilnntris 
both of Newington w r marryed. 
177"). Jan. 5. Mr Aaron Hodgdon & Mrs Mary Dennet 

both of Portsmouth were marryed. 

Feb. 23. Mr Timothy Richardson & Mrs Anna 
Young both of Kittery were marryed. 

Aug. 17. Mr Jn° Chase & Mrs Hannah Dennet both 
of Kittery were marryed. 
1770. Meh. 4. Mr Hunking Coolbroth & Mrs Susanna 

Knight both of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

April 8. Mr Henja" Ilogdon & Mrs Rosimund Cole- 
man were marryed. 

J line 2i». Mr Nathan Coffin & Mrs Dorcas Bartlet 
both of Kittery were niarryed. 

July 2 [. Mr Joseph Boid & Mrs Elizabeth Steutley 
both of Portsmouth were marryed. 

Nov. 21. Mr John Tompson & Mrs Elizabeth Wal- 
ker both of Portsm" w r marryed. 

Dec 2<i. Mr Will Pickering of Greenland and Mrs 
Abigail Fabyan of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 



MARRIAGES. 9 

1777. Mch. 27. Mr Edward Gootam a soldier & Mrs Mer- 

cy Peavy of Newington were mariyed. 
April 20. Mr John Sbackford and Mrs Ruth Webb 

Adams both of Newington w 1 mar- 

ryed. 
Aug. 28. Mr Joshua Downing and Mrs Elizabeth 

Downing both of Newington w 1 ' mar- 

ryed. 
Sept. 17. Mr John Pevey & Mrs Louis Coolbroth 

were marryed. 

1778. June 3. Mr John Trickey & Mrs Bethiah Dam 

both of Newington were marryed. 
Oct. 15. Mr Will 111 Langdon of Portsmouth and 

Mrs Mary Pickering of Newington were 

marryed. 
Oct. 18. Mr Samuel Fabyan & Mrs Anna Picker- 
ing both of Newington w 1 ' marryed. 
Dec. 7. Mr Joseph Brown of Barnstead & Mrs 

Elizabeth Nutter of Newington were 

marryed. 
Dec. 19. Mr Benjamin Nutter & Mrs Mercy Task- 

er of Barnstead were marryed. 

1779. Jan. 4. Mr Thomas Pinner & Mrs Eliza 111 Laiton 

were marryed. 

Jan. 12. Mr Will 111 Ham & Mrs Ann Walker both 
of Portsm w 1 ' marryed. 

April 20. Mr Eben 1 ' Adams & Mrs Lydia Hoit both 
of Newington w 1 marryed. 

June 24. Mr John Nutter & Mrs Betty Dam were 
marryed. 

Oct. 21. Mr Joel Lay ton & Mrs Eliza th Huntris 
both of Newington w r marryed. 

Dec. 8. Mr Joseph Adams Ju r & Mrs Eliza 01 Ad- 
ams w r marryed. 

1780. May 16. Mr Wintrop Bickford & Mrs Easter Lang- 

ly both of Dyrham were marryed. 

June 11. Mr Elisha Hamnon & Mrs Sarah Libbey 
both of Kittery they were marryed. 

June 18. Mr Richard Furbur of Rochester & Mrs 
Allice Coleman of Newington were Mar- 
ryed. 

Oct. 24. Mr George Colebroth and Mrs Marana 
Colebroth of Newington w 1 ' marryed. 



10 NEWINGTON^CHURCH RECORDS. 

1780. Nov. 12. Mr Nehemiah Furber and Mrs Mary Hart 

both of Newington w T marryed. 

1781. Jan. 11. Mr Hatevil Nutter Ju r & Mrs Easter Dam 

both of Newington w 1 marryed. 

June 28. Mr. Will'" Vincent & Mrs Alice Cole- 
broth w r marryed P me here. 

Nov. 22. Mr Joshua Bracket & Mrs Allice Picker- 
ing were marryed. 

1782. Feb. 5. Mr Ebenezer Nutter & Mrs Temperance 

Coolbroth both of Newington were mar- 
ryed. 

Feb. 25. William Nutter & Anna Nutter were 
marryed. 

.May 2. Major George Gains & Mrs Sarah Picker- 
ing of Newington were marryed. 

May 19. Mr Samuel Adams & Mrs Lydia Cole- 
man were marryed. 

July 3. Mr Stephen Jones Thomas & Mrs Allice 
Bickford were marryed. 



N. H. PRIVATEER RECORDS WANTED. 

The record of the Continental frigate Raleigh will be con- 
tinued in one and perhaps two more numbers of this maga- 
zine, after which the record of the Continental frigate Ranger, 
Capt. John Paul Jones, and crew, will be taken up; follow- 
ing which we wish to commence the record of the New Hamp- 
shire privateers, some twenty or twenty-five in number, tak- 
ing up one vessel at a time and giving record with crew. 
This is an entirely new subject never before written up; the 
best histories do not mention even the names of half the New 
Hampshire privateers. We venture the assertion that during 
the Revolution, New Hampshire had nearly as many men in 
the naval service, if not more, than she had in the military 
service. When it is remembered, that previous to Feb. 6, 
177 is, the Americans had captured or destroyed 733 British 
vessels, valued with their cargoes at more than $10,000, 000., 
almost wholly by privateers, we get a glimpse of the havoc 
they made with the British shipping. The editor would like 
to obtain copies of all New Hampshire privateer records or 
data for publication and would like to correspond with all 
persons having such records or data. 



STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 
[Continued from Vol. II, page 156.] 

Levi Pottle Son of Samuel Pottle & Jenne his wife was born 
April 27 Day 1766 

Mary Pottle Daughter of Samuel Pottle & Jenne his wife 
born May the 22 d Day 1767 

Bemsley Pottle Son of Samuel Pottle and Jenne his wife 
born December 21 st Day 1769 

Jenne Pottle Daughter of Samuel Pottle & Jenne his wife 
born May the 27 th Day 1771 

Henrey Pottle Son of Samuel Pottle and Jenne his wife was 
born October the 8 th Day 1775 

Aaron Pottle* Son of Samuel Pottle & Jenne his wife was 
born December the 6 th Day 1778 

Benjamin Pottle Son of Samuel Pottle & Jenne his wife was 
born May 11 th Day 1781 

*This name was originally entered Aaron but he calls himself 
Dudley & by his desire I altered it from the original to 
Dudley, but his father the above named Sam 1 Pottle, de- 
sired me this day to alter it on the book to Aaron, saying 
that that was his name. April 9 th 1798 

P. Merrill T. Clerk 

(S. T. R., II: 300.) 

Here follows the Births of Cap 1 Jon th Robinson Family 

Cap* Jonathan Robinson Son of Jon th Robinson born in Exe- 
ter August 22 d 1741 

Mary Robinson Daughter of Jona th Robinson & Abigal his 
his wife born June 20 tu 17 [torn] 

Shadrach Robinson Son of Jon th Robinson & Abigal his wife 
born Feb r 21 st 17 

Meshech Robinson Son of Jonth 11 Robinson & Abigal his wife 
born April 3 d 17 

Abednego Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Abigal his 

wife born Jan y 7 th 17 
Ebe" Robinson Son of Jona th Robinson & Abigal his wife 

born Jan 4 th 177 



12 STRATH AM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Abigal Robinson Daughter of Jonathan Robinson & Abigal 

his wife bora May 22 rt 17 
Mary Robinson Daughter of Jona a Robinson ^.V Abigal his 

JO o 

wife born August 18 Ul 17 
Janne Robinson Daughter of Jon 11 ' Robinson & Abigal his 

wife bom October 13 tt 17 
Jonathan Robinson Son of -Ion 11 ' Robinson \- Abigal his wife 

bom December 25 "' 177 
Bradbury Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Abigal his 

wife born March 22'' 17 
Noah Robinson Son of Jonath Robinson & Abigal his wife 

born June 7"' Day 17 
Betty Robinson Daughter to Jonathan Robinson & Abigal 

his wife born October 12 l " 17 

(S. T. R., II: 301.) 
Nathan Hoags Family & their Births are as follows 
Mareum Hoag Dau gt of Nathan & Mareum his wife born 

July 10 Ul Day 1740 
Nathan Hoag Son of Nathan Hoag & Mareum his wife born 

July the 14 Ul Day 1742 
Susanna Hoag Daughter of Nathan Hoag & Mareum His 

wife born January 6 th Day 1745 
Sarah I Ioag Daughter of Nathan hoag & .Mareum his wife 

bora October 6 th Day 1747 
Elizabeth Hoag Daughter of Nathan Hoag & Mareum his 

wife born October 6 th Day 1749 
Enos Hoag Son of Nathan Hoag and Mareum his wife born 

February 24 l " Day 1752 
Loice I Ioag Daughter of Nathan Hoag & Mareum his wife 

born July 16 th 1754 
Esther Hoag Daughter of Nathan Hoag & Mareum his wife 

born August 9"' Day 1756 
Levi Hoag Son of Nathan & Mareum his wife born October 

3 Day 1759 (S. T. R., II: 302.) 

Heare follows the births of Theoph u Smith Esq 1 Family 
Theophilus Smith the only Son of Theophilus Smith Esq 

was born a* Exeter May the 15 th A. I). 1741 
Sarah wife to the Said Theophilus fourth Daughter of Doc" 

Josiah Oilman of Exeter was born at Exeter January 28 th 

Day A D 1742 
Sarah Smith Daughter of Theophilus Smith & Sarah his wife 

born May the 4"' Day 1760 and Departed this life July 

15 th Day A D 1772 " 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES DEATHS. 13 

Theophilus Smith Son of Theophilus Smith & Sarah his wife 

born Decern 1 " 12 th Day 1761 
Josiah Coffin Smith Son of Theophilus Smith & Sarah his 

wife born July 15 th Day 1764 
John Smith Son of Theophilus Smith & Sarah his wife born 

Septem b 24 th Day 1766 
Mary Smith Daughter to Theophilus Smith & Sarah his wife 

born October 16 th Day 1768 
Abigail Smith Daughter of Theophilus Smith & Sarah his 

wife born June 21 th Day 1771 
Samuel Oilman Smith Son of Theop 11 Smith & Sarah his wife 

born April 10 th Day 1774 & Departed this Life May y e 

1 st Day 1774 
Second Sarah Smith Daughter of Theop h Smith & Sarah his 

wife born June 15 th Day 1775 
Second Samuel Gilman Smith Son of Theop 11 Smith & Sarah 

his wife born July 19 th Day 1778 
William Smith Son of Theop 11 Smith & Sarah his wife born 

January 17 th Day 1781 
Elizabeth Smith Daughter to Theop 11 Smith & Sarah his wife 

born 17 Day of Sep 1 1782 Departed this Life Sep* 29 

1782 (S. T. R., II: 303.) 

Second Elizabeth Smith Daughter to Theoph 1 Smith & Sarah 

his wife born March the 17 th Day AD 1784 

Here follows the births of Henry Kinnisons family 
Henry Kinnison was born Feb y 9 th 1749 
Hannah his wife born August 2 Day 1753 
Molly Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Hannah his wife born 

November the 11 Day 1775 
Hannah Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Hannah his wife 

born February 9 th Day 1778 
Marcy Wiggin Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Hannah his 

wife born June 8 th Day 1780 
Nancy Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Hannah his wife born 

January 8 th 1783 
Usseljell Kinnison Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Hannah 

his wife born July 30 th 1786 
Lydia Oldel Kinnison Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Han- 
nah his wife born May 19 th 1789 
Farezina Kinnison Daughter of Henry Kinnison & Hannah 

his wife born Decem r 20 1792 
Henry Augustus Kinnison born Sept r 12 th 1796 

(S. T. R., II: 304.) 



14 STRATH AM G F.N EA LOGICAL RECORDS. 

Heare follows the births of Chase Wiggin Family Son to 

Bradstreet Wiggin Dec d 
Chase Wiggin born Septem ,ir l 8t Day 1751 
Molly Purkins now wife to Chase Wiggin born Sep' 17 th 1755 
Chase Wiggin cV. Molly Purkins Joyned in marriage Novem- 
ber 10 th Day 1774 
Bradstreet Wiggin Son of Chase Wiggin & Molly his wife 

l»«»ni May the 3 d Day 1776 
Chase Wiggin Son of Chase Wiggin & Molly his wife born 

Septem br 21 Day 1778 
Winthrop Wiggin Son of Chase Wiggin & Molly his wife 

born April 19 th Day 1781 
Martha Rust Wiggin Daughter to Chase Wiggin & Molly 

his wife born Nov b 14 1783 
Richard Rust Wiggin Son to Chase Wiggin & Molly his wife 

was born January 23 Day 1786 
Molly Wiggin Daughter of Chase Wiggin & Molly his wife 

was born on Saturday the 12 th Day of April 1788 
Josiah Purkins Wiggin Son of Chase Wiggin & Molly his 

wife was born Wednesday the Second day of Janua. A. D. 

1790 
Josiah Purkins Wiggin Departed this Life June the 5 dav 

1791 
Comfort Wiggin Daughter of Chase Wiggin & Molly his 

wife was born on Tuesday the 15 th day of May 1792 

(S. T. R., II: 307.) 
Heare follows the Births of Joseph Wiggin family 
Joseph Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Susanna his wife 

born September 10 th Day A. D. 1738 
David Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Susanna his wife 

born August 27 th Day A. D. 1741 
Benjamin Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Susanna his wife 

born February 14 th Day A. D. 1743 
Chase Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Susanna his wife 

born June 14 th Day A. D. 1745 
Martha Wiggin Daughter to Joseph Wiggin & Susanna his 

wife born January 9 th Day A. D. 1748 
Paul Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin and Patience his second 

wife born Feb r 10'" Day 1754 
Noah Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Patience his wife 

bom Septem" 23 d Day 1755 
Susanna Wiggin Daughter to Joseph Wiggin & Patience his 

wife born May 11 th Day 1757 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 15 

Anna Wiggin Daughter to Joseph Wiggin and Patience his 

wife born July 12 th Day 1T59 
Jonathan Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Patience his wife 

born April 20 th Day 1763 
William Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Patience his wife 

born Septem 1- 10 th Day 1764 
Elizabeth Wiggin Daughter to Joseph Wiggin & Patience 

his wife born July 25 th Day 1767 
Thomas Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin & Patience his wife 

bom March 31 st Day 1768 
Patience Wiggin Daughter of Joseph Wiggin and Patience 

his wife born May 26 th Day 1769 (S.T. R., II: 310.) 
Heare follows the births of Justin Wiggin Family by his 

second wife 
Sarah Darling second wife to Justin Wiggin born in Ports- 
mouth April 3 d Day 1742 
Judah Wiggin Daughter to Justin Wiggin & Sarah Wiggin 

his wife born Feb r 5 Ul 1768 
Mehetable Wiggin Daughter to Justin Wiggin & Sarah His 

wife born Aug 1 28 th 1771 
Sally Wiggin Daughter to Justin Wiggin & Sarah his wife 

born Feb r 8, 1774 
Samuel Wiggin Son to Justin Wiggin & Sarah Wiggin his 

wife born June 20 th 1776 (S. T. R., II: 410.) 

Hear follows the births of Walter Wiggin Family 

Walter Wiggin Son of Walter Wiggin born March 27 th 1733 

Sarah Wiggin Daughter to Walter Wiggin and Mary his 

wife born October 18 th Day A. D. 1756 
Mary Wiggin Daughter to Walter Wiggin and Mary his wife 

born February 16 th Day A. D. 1760 
Rachel Wiggin Daughter to Walter Wiggin & Mary his wife 

was born April 9 th Day A. D. 1762 
Anna Wiggin Daughter to Walter Wiggin & Mary his wife 

was born June 4 th Day A. D. 1764 
George Wiggin Son of Walter Wiggin & Mary his wife born 

June 27 th Day A. D. 1766 
Charlotte Wiggin Daughter of Walter Wiggin & Mary his 

wife was born Octob 1 " 12 th Day A. D. 1768 
Deborah Thomas Wiggin Daughter to Walter [Wiggin] & 

Deborah his second wife born Novem b 15 th Day 1771 
Olive Wiggin Daughter to Walter Wiggin & Deborah his 

wife was born May 4 th Day A. D. 1773 

(S. T. R., II: 312.) 



16 STEATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Hear follows the births of L 1 Daniel French Family 
Daniel French Born January 29 tt 1742 
Martha Wiggin Daughter to Joseph Wiggin now the wife of 

Daniel French horn Jan* 9 th 1748 
Joseph French Son of Daniel French & Martha his wife born 

Octo" 7 ,h Day 1769 
Mary French French Daughter to Daniel French & Martha 

his wife born July 11 th 1771 
Noah French Son of Daniel French & Martha his wife born 

Feb' 6 th Day 1774 
William French Son of Daniel French & Martha his wife 

born July 8 th Day 1776 
David French Son of Daniel French & Martha his wife born 

Decern" 18 ,h Day 1778 
Susa French Daughter of Daniel French & Martha his wife 

born July 12 th Day 1781 (S. T. R., II: 313.) 

Hear follows the births of Elisha Frenches Family 

Elisha French Son of Andrew French Born May 21 8t Day 

A. D. 1748 
Elizabeth Foss Daughter to Isaac Foss born Octo b 19 th Day 

A. D. 1743 
Elisha French married to Eliz b Foss 1769 
Sarah French Daughter to Elisha French & Eliz b his wife 

born July 6 ,h 1770 
Lydia French Daughter to Elisha French and Eliz 1 ' his wife 

'born August 8 th 1772 
Elisha French Son of Elisha French and Eliz 1 ' his wife born 

Novem" 1 st Day 1774 
Mary French Daughter to Elisha French & Eliz 1 ' his wife 

born Sep' 17 th Day 1777 
Andrew French Son to Elisha French & Eliz b his wife born 

April y e 17 th 1780 
Elizabeth French Daughter to Elisha French & Eliz b his wife 

born Octo" 27, 1782 (S. T. R., II: 314.) 

Lt. William French Departed this Life at Mistick near Bos- 
ton in Feb 1 1776 
Josiafa Piper Departed this Life a[t] Cambridge February — 

1776 
William Brassbridge Departed this Life at Cambridge in Feb- 
ruary 1776 
John Tilton Departed this Life near Boston in January 1776 
Thomas Wiggin Departed this Life at Fort George at the 

head Lake George, with the Sma 1 pox 1776 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 17 

Joseph Jewett Died in the army in the year 1777 

John Taylor was killed by the Enemy at Ticon drea the 3 d day 
• of July 1777 

Robert Kimble was killed by the Enemy at Fort Ann hi July 
1777 

John Goss Departed this Life at Albany in October 1777 

John Foss Departed this Life at Salem in the County of 
Wosister in Mass ts Nov. 6, 1777 

Joseph Thurston Died at Hallefax in the year 1778 

Joseph Burleigh wounded by the Enemy and Died in the In- 
dian Country N B Janua 1779 

Levi Chapman Died with the small pox in the army 1782 

Loker Wiggin Killed by the Enemy at sea 1781 

Nicholas Mason Died in France with the sma 1 pox 1783. All 
the above named persons died or Killed by the Enemy in 
the Defence of their Country & all of Stratham 

(S. T. R., II: 316.) 

Here follows the Marriage & births of Cap 1 Dudley L. Chases 

family 

Dudley L. Chase was born in Stratham June 1 th Day A. D. 
1751 

Mary Ayers was born hi Portsmouth Daughter to Purkins 
Ayers born August 12 th Day 1754 

Cap 1 Dudley L. Chase and the Widdow Mary Davis Daugh- 
ter to Purkins Ayers was married Sep 1 21 A. D. 1780 

Nancy Chase Daughter to Dudley L. Chase & Mary his wife 
was born June 23, 1781 

Betty Chase Daughter to Dudley L. Chase and Mary his 
wife was born January 8 th 1784 

Andrew Chase Son of Dudley L. Chase & Mary his wife 
born March 10 th Day 1787 ' 

Polly Davis Daughter to Samuel Davis & Mary his wife born 
May 3 fl 1772 

(S. T. R., II: 317.) 
Here follows the birth of M 1 ' Jonathan Robinson family 

Chase Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy Robin- 
son his wife was born December 15 th A. D. 1738 

Cap 1 Jonathan Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy 
his wife was born August 22 Day 1741 

Mary Robinson Daughter of Jonathan Rob[inson] & Marcy 
his wife born August 1 st Day 1744 

Bradbury Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy his 
wife born January 6 th Day 1746 



18 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Jeremiah Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy his 
wife was born August 31 st Day 1750 

Thomas Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy Rob- 
inson his wife was [born] Sep' 18 th Day 1753 

Noah Robinson Son of Jonathan Bobinson & Marcy his wife 
was born May 18'" Day 1756 

David Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy his 
wife was born March 2 a Day 1758 

Winthrop Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson & Marcy Rob- 
inson his wife born April 22 d Day 1761 

(S. T. R., II: 318.) 

Here follows the Births of Moses Clarks Family & his own 

& wifes & Marriage 
Moses Clark Son of Samuel Clark born at Salisbury in the 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts October the 24 th Day 

in the year 1737 
Mehetable French Daughter of Thomas French born in Strat- 

ham July 23 d Day in the year 1741 
Moses Clark & Mehetable French was married November 

the 24 Day in the year 1763 
Elizabeth Clark Daughter to Moses Clark and Mehetable his 

wife born on Wednesday 30" 1 Day of January ten o clock 

in the evening in the year 1765 
Daniel Clark Son of Moses Clark & Mehetable his wife bom 

on Wednesday January 21 st Day about six o clock 1767 
Levi Clark Son of Moses Clark & Mehetable his wife born 

on Saturday March 11 th Day three oclock in the year 1769 
Eleanor Clark Daughter of Moses Clark and Mehetable, his 

wife born Friday the 16 th Day of August in the year 1771 
Moses Clark Son of Moses Clark and Mehetable his wife 

bom Thursday the 23 d Day of December 1773 
Mehetable Clark Daughter of Moses Clark & Mehetable his 

wife born January 11 th Day 1776 
Marcy Clark Daughter of Moses Clark & Mehetable his wife 

born Friday Feb 1 * the 27"' 1778 
Abigail Clark Daughter of Moses Clark & Mehetable his 

wife born on Wednesday November the first Day 1780 

(S. T. R., II: 319.) 
One child a daughter of Moses Clark & Mehetable his wife 

still born on Saturday April — 1783 

Benjamin Clark son of Moses Clark and Mehetable his wife 
born Saturday morning May the 15"' Day in the year 1784 



AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL 

SERVICE. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 
[Continued from Vol. II, page 187.] 

Sam 1 Farnham,* Marine; time of entry, Feb y 4, 12 th ;$ wages 
per mo, $6§; place of residence, Lebanon; stature, 6 ft. 
0|in.; complexion, dark; American. 

Moses Stevens,*! Marine; time of entry, Feb y 4; wages per 
mo, X; place of residence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 9o in.; 
complexion, brown; American. 

James Sullivan,* Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 4, 5 th ;! wages 
per mo., $6§; stature, 4 ft. 9f in.; complexion, dark; Irish- 
man. 

Tho s Foggitt, Seaman; time of entry, Feb y 4, 6 th ;J wages per 
mo., $8; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; 
complexion, dark; Englishman. 

John Mills 2 <l , Marine; time of entry, Feb y 4; wages per mo., 
$!6f; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5£ in.; com- 
plexion, light; American. 

James M c Intyer, Drummer; time of entry, Feb y 4; wages per 
mo., $4£; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 3| in.; 
complexion, dark; American. 

John Castle,* Seaman; time of entry, Feb y 6; wages per mo., 
$8; complexion, dark; Englishman. 

Benjamin Seawards, Marine; time of entry, Feb y 6; wages 
per mo., $6§; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 7 
in.; complexion, dark; American. 

Mark Snider,* Marine; time of entry, Feb y 6; wages per mo., 
$61; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 4^ in.; com- 
plexion, light; American. 

Patrick Lynch,* Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 8 tu ; time of 
appearance, Feb y 8 th ; wages per mo., $6 §; stature, 5 ft. 
7 in.; dark; Irishman. 

*Name signed by mark. 

tName crossed. 

JFrobably intended for time of appearance. — Ed. 



20 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Ebenezer Pray, Carp 18 Mate; time of entry, Jan 5 30; time of 
appearence, Jan y 30; wages per mo., $9£; place of resi- 
dence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; complexion, light: 
American. 

Joseph Gerrish, Seaman: time of entry, Feb y 5; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 5; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; complexion, dark; American. 

William Stevens,* Cook; time of entry, Feb y 1; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 1; wages per mo., $9; place of residence, 
Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 7in.; complexion, dark; American. 

Thomas Passmore, Quar r M'; time of entry, Jan* 25; time of 
appearance, «Tan y 25; wages per mo, $9; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 8in.; complexion, dark; Englishman. 

Sam 1 Parchar, Seaman: time of entry, Feb y 6; time of appear- 
ance, Feb y 6; wages per mo., #8; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5ft. 9in.; complexion, dark; American. 

Sam 1 Hodge Jun 1 ', Mate; time of entry, Jan y 15 U1 ; time of ap- 
pearance, Jan y 15 th ; wages per mo, $15; place of residence, 
Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; complexion, dark; American. 

Peter Jones, Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 10; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 10; wages per mo., •$ 6§; stature, 5 ft. 2 A in.: 
complexion, dark; Englishman. 

Peter Adams,* Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 10; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 10; wages per mo., $6§; place of residence, 
Durham; stature, 5 ft. 7£- in.; complexion, black; Affrican. 

George Parchar,* Marine; time of entry, Feb y 10: time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 11; wages per mo, $6§; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 1 in.; complexion, dark; American. 

John Carpenter, Marine; time of entry, Feb y 10; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 10; wages per mo., $6§; place of residence, 
Long Island; stature, 5 ft. 8f in.; complexion, dark; Amer- 
ican. 

Jonathan Huntress,! Seaman: time of entry, Feb y 11: wages 
per mo, D; place of residence, Newington: stature, 5 ft. 
5 in.; oomplexion, red; American. 

Peter Kenniston, Carpent 1 ' Crew; time of entry, Feb y 8; time of 
appearance, Feb y 9; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, 
Portsm": stature, 5 ft. 5f in.; complexion, dark: American. 

Moses Noble,* Marine; time of entry, Feb y 10; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 11; wages per mo., $61; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; complexion, dark; American. 

♦Name signed by mark. 
tName crossed. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 21 

George Rollins,* Corp ; time of entry, Feb y 21; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 21; wages pernio, $7 J; place of residence, 
Newington; stature, 5 ft. 8£ in.; complexion, dark; Amer- 
ican. 

William Murray,* Corp ; time of entry, Feb y 22; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 22; wages per mo., $6 1; place of residence, 
Newbury; stature, 5ft. 3| in;, complexion, light; Amer- 
ican. 

Daniel Muncor,* Boy; time of entry, Feb y 6; time of appear- 
ance, Feb y 7; wages per mo., $5; stature, 4 ft. 9f in.; com- 
plexion, dark; Englishman. 

Philip McCann, Boatsw s Mate; time of entry, Feb y 6; time of 
appearance, Feb y 6; wages per mo., $9i; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 6£ in.; complexion, dark; Irishman. 

John Wall,* Marine; time of entry, Feb y 6; time of appear- 
ance, Feb y 6; wages per mo., f>6f: place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5| in.; complexion, dark; Irishman. 

Joseph Clark, Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 7; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 8; wages per mo., $>6f; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 6 ft. 1 in.; complexion,dark; American. 

William Ward, Cockswain; time of entry, Jan y 22; time of 
appearance, Jan y 22; wages per mo., #9; place of residence, 
Portsm ; complexion, dark; American. 

Enoch Davis, Corporal; time of entry, Feb y 26; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 26; wages per mo., |7i; place of residence, 
Wells; stature, 5 ft. 9£ in.; complexion, light; Amerioan. 

Thomas Parsons, Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 26; wages 
per mo., R; place of residence, Old York; stature 5 ft. 
1 in.; complexion, dark; American. 

John Adams, Ordinary; time of entry, Feb y 26; time of ap- 
pearance, Feb y 27; wages per mo., $6f; place of residence, 
Old York; stature, 5 ft. 2i in.; complexion, light; Ameri- 
can. 

Joseph Bridden,* Marine; time of entry, Feb y 28; time of 
appearance, Feb y 28; wages per mo., $6 1; place of res- 
idence, Old York; stature, 5 ft. 2f in.; complexion, fresh; 
American; 3 y rs .f 

Benj a Redman,* Marine; time of entry, Mar 4 th ; time of ap- 
pearance, Mar 4; wages per mo., <$6§; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5ft. 6-£ in.; complexion, fresh; American; 
12 mo.f 

*Name signed by mark. 

tProbably intended for time entered for. — Ed. 



22 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Edward Page, Marine; time of entry, Mar. 5; time of appear- 
ance, Mar 10"': wages per mo., |J6f; place of residence, 
Kitten - ; stature, 5ft. 6 in.; complexion, fresh; American; 

12 mo.| 

Josiali Dahnor, Marine; time of entry, 1777 Mar. 13 ,h ; time of 
appearance, 1777, released: time entered for, 1 year; wages 
pernio., I); place of residence, Hampton: stature, 5 ft. 8 
in.: complexion, dark: hair, light: American. 

Cato Stephenson,* Ordinary; time of entry, Mar. 19; time of 
appearance, released;! time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo, I); place of residence, Casco; stature, oft. 4 in.; com- 
plexion, black; Affrican. 

John Merritt,* Marine; time of entry. Mar. 19; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages per mo., i>6f; place of residence, Pleas 1 
River; stature, 5 ft. 3 in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; 
American. 

John Tanner, Quart 1 ' Mast 1 ; time of entry, Mar. 27; time en- 
tered for, 1 year: wages per mo., $9; stature, 5 ft. SI in.; 
complexion, ruddy; hair, dark: Englishman. 

Richard Mills,! Marine; time of entry, April 5; time of ap- 
pearance, Disch' 1 ; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
I); place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 4 in.; com- 
plexion, fair; hair, light; American. 

James Birdeen, Marine; time of entry, April 18; time entered 
for, 3 years: place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 33 
in.; complexion, fair; hair, light; American. 

Aron Abbot, Marine; time of entry, April 22; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§; place of residence, York; 
stature, 5 ft. 9| in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

John Shores,* Marine; time of entry, April 22; time entered 
for, 1 year; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Robert Heslop, Seaman: time of entry, May 27; time of ap- 
pearance, May 27; time entered for, 1 year; wages pernio., 
W S; place of residence, Priv a Satisfaction; stature, 5 ft. 8 
in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; Englishman. 

Nathaniel llothorne, Seaman; time of entry, May 27; time of 
appearance, May 27; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., lv: place of residence, Salem; stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, black; American. 

•Name signed by mark. 

tName crossed. 

{Probably intended for time entered for. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 23 

Joseph Clements; time of entry, June 3 d ; time of appearance, 
June 3 d ; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; place 
of residence, York; stature, 5 ft. G in.; complexion, dark; 
hair, black; American. 

Ebenezer Whitehouse,* Marine; time of entry, June 3 d ; time 
of appearance, June 28; time entered for, 1 year; wages 
per mo., f>6§; place of residence, Somersworth; stature, 5 
ft. 5 in.;, complexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Thomas Smith,* Seaman; time of entry, June 14; time of ap- 
pearance, June 14; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$8; place of residence, Marblehead; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, black; Irishman. 

William Mendum,* Marine; time of entry, June 9; time of 
appearance, June 9; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $6f; place of residence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 6^ in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, black; American. 

Robert Furness,^ Marine; time of entry, June 10; time of ap- 
pearance, June 12; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6§; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, brown; American. 

Philip Worster, Marine; time of entry, June 11; time of ap- 
pearance, June 12; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6f; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5ft. 4 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Benj a Wooster,* Marine; time of entry, June 11; time of ap- 
pearance, June 12; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6§; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 1 in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Gabriel Stone,* Marine; time of entry, June 11; time of ap- 
pearance, June 12; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6§; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

John Scates, Marine; time of entry, June 11; time of appear- 
ance, June 12; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6§; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 11 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Dodge Collins,* Ordinary; time of entry, June 13; time of ap- 
pearance, June 13; time entered for, 1 ) 7 ear; wages per mo., 
#6§; place of residence, Worcester; stature, 5 ft. Si, in.; 
complexion, black; Affrican. 

*Name signed by mark. 

JThis name can be read Turness equally well; people named Furness 
lived in Berwick, the other name unknown. — Ed. 



24 AMERICA!* REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Joshua Fernald, Seaman; time of entry, June 13; time of ap- 
pearance, June 16; time entered for, 3 m°; wages per mo., 

$8; place of residence, Kitten: stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Theophilus Abbot,* Marine; time of entry, June 14; time of 
appearance, June 15; time entered for, 1 year; place of res- 
idence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 43 in.; complexion, light; 
hair, light; American. 

Sam 1 Weeks,* Seaman: time of entry, June 14; time of ap- 
pearance, June 19; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$8; place of residence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 10 A in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Francis Little,* Gunners Mate; time of entry, June 16; time 
of appearance, June 16; time entered for, 1 year; wages 
per mo., $91; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5 
in.; complexion, ruddy; Englishman. 

Casar Lear* for Tobias Lear, Seaman; time of entry, June 
16; time of appearance, June 16: time entered lor, 1 year; 
place of residence, Portsm"; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; complexion, 
black; Affrican. 

George Rollins 2 1 ',* Marine; time of entry, June 16; time en- 
tered for, 1 year; place of residence, Lee; stature, 5 ft. 10i 
in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark: American. 

John Carr Roberts, Carpen 18 Crew; time of entry, June 17; 
time of appearance, June 17; time entered for, 1 year: 
wages per mo., $8; place of residence, Somersworth; stat- 
ure, 5 ft. 6£ in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Joshua Scales,' Marine: time of entry, June 19; time of ap- 
pearance, June 20; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
|6|; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 7in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, brown; American. 

Peter Messuare,* Quart* Mast 1 ; time of entry, June 20; time 
of appearance, June 23; time entered for, 1 year; wages 
per mo., $9; place of residence, Portsm"; stature, 5 ft. 0i 
in.: complexion, dark: hair, dark: American. 

George Spinney, Carpent r ; time of entry, June 20; time of 
appearance June 24; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $8; [dace of residence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 4i in.; 
complexion, dark; American. 

James Furlong, Boats wa Mate: time of entry, June 23; time of 
appearance, June 24: time entered for, 1 year: wages per 
mo.. $9£; place of residence, Nelly Frigate; Englishman. 
*Name signed by mark. — En. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 25 

Simeon- Gray, Marine; time of entry, June 21; time of appear- 
ance, June 24; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6§; place of residence, Pownalbor ; stature, 5 ft. 4 in.; 
complexion, light; hair, light; American. 

John Powel, Ordinary; time of entry, June 23; time of ap- 
pearance, July 3 d ; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
16 f; place of residence, Exeter; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

David Davidson,* Seaman; time of entry, June 23; time of 
appearance, June 24; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $8; place of residence, Nelly Frigate; stature, 5 ft. 6| 
in.; complexion, black; Creole. 

Peire Murphy, Ordinary; time of entry, June 25; time of ap- 
pearance, June 25; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6f;§ place of residence, Arendal; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, black; American. 

Paul Tibbets, Seaman; time of entry, June 25; time of ap- 
pearance, June 28; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$8; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 3 in.; com- 
plexion, dark; hair, brown; American. 

Jese Wedgood, Marine; time of entry, June 26; time of ap- 
pearance, June 26; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
|6 §; place of residence, Newmarket; stature, 5 ft. 5| in.; 
complexion, light; hair, brown; American. 

John Gunnison, Marine; time of entry, June 26; time of ap- 
pearance, June 27; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $6|; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 3£ hi.; 
complexion, light; hair, light; American. 

George Lowd, Marine; time of entry, June 26; time of ap- 
pearance, June 27; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., |6 1; place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

John Quin, Surg s Mate; time of entry, June 27; time of ap- 
pearance, June 28; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $15; Ireland. 

Paul Welch, Seaman; time of entry; June 27; time entered 
for, cruize; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; 
complexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Daniel Durgin, Midship; time of entry, July 2 d ; time of ap- 
pearance, July 4; time entered for, cruize; wages per mo., 
$12; place of residence, Portsm ; complexion, dark. 

*Name signed by mark. §In original, the fraction is four- 

sixths in figures, not having that type its equivalent has been used. 



26 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Stephen Frost,* Marine; time of entry, June 28; time of ap- 
pearance, .June 28; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6f; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 91 in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, Light; American. 

Nelson Grant,*f Marine; time of entry, June 28; time entered 
for, 1 year: place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; 
complexion, dark: hair, dark: American. 

James Clarge, Carpt 8 Crew; time of entry, June 30; time of 
appearance, July 4; time entered for, 1 year: wages per 
mo., $8; place of residence, Portsm"; stature, 5 ft. 9 in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

William Philbrook, Marine; time of entry, June 30; time of 
appearance, June 30; time entered for, 1 year: wages per 
mo., $I6§; place of residence, Fox Island; stature, 5 ft. 
10^ in.: complexion, light; hair, dark; American. 

Satch well Rundlet, Marine; time of entry, June 30; time of 
appearance, July 10; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $6§;§ place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; 
complexion, light: hair, dark; American. 

Charles Stacpole, Marine; tune of entry, June 30; time of ap- 
pearance, July 1; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$6.q; place of residence, Berwick; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, dark; American. 

Daniel Smith, Marine: time of entry, June 30; time of ap- 
pearance, July 1; time entered for, 1 year: wages per mo., 
$6§; place of residence, Berwick; stature 5 ft. 9£ in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, brown; American. 

Ichabod Tibbits,* Marine; time of entry, June 30; time of 
appearance, July 1; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., |6§; place of residence, Wolfborough; stature, 5 ft. 8 
in.: complexion, light; hair, dark; American. 

John Davis, Marine: time of entry, June 30; time of appear- 
ance, Jul} r 1; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§; 
place of residence, Berwick; stature 5 ft. 3£ in.; complex- 
ion, light: hair, dark: American. 

Francois Lievre, Seaman: time of entry, July 8; time of ap- 
pearance, July 15; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$8; stature, 5 ft. 5£ in.: hair, dark; Frenchman. 

.lack Moreau,* Seaman: time of entry, July 8; time of ap- 
pearance, July 15: time entered for, 1 year, wages pernio., 
f$8; stature, 5 ft. 3 in.: hail', dark: Frenchman. 

*Nanie signed by mark. tName crossed. 

§In original, the fraction is four-sixths in figures. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 27 

Jeremiah Dutch,* Marine; time of entry, July 2 d ; time of ap- 
pearance, July 2 d ; time entered for, 1 year; place of resi- 
dence, Durham; stature, 5 ft. 6 J- in.; complexion, light; 
hair, light; American. 
George Holm, Marine; time of entry, July 3 d ; time of appear- 
ance, July 3; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6f; 
place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 5 in.; complex- 
ion, dark; hair, dark; American. 
John Williams,! Ordinary; time of entry, July 3; time enter- 
ed for, 1 year; place of residence, Groten; stature, 5 ft. 
10 in.; complexion, ruddy; hair, sandy; American. 
John Libbey, Marine; time of entry, July 4; time of appear- 
ance, July 4; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§;§ 
place of residence, Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 8§ in.; hair, light; 
American. 
John Simpson, Seaman; time of entry, July 5; time of ap- 
pearance, July 9; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
$8; place of residence, New Castle; stature, 5 ft. 10 1 in.; 
hair, dark; American. 
Hendrik Weilhelm, Henry Williams, Bo s Mate; time of en- 
try, July 5; time of appearance, July 6; time entered for, 
1 year; wages per mo., $ 9£; stature, 5 ft. 8| in.; hair, dark; 
Dane. 
Peter Galteau,* Seaman; time of entry, July 8; time of ap- 
pearance, July 8; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., 
#8; place of residence, Bourdeaux: stature, 5 ft. 4J in.; 
hair, dark; Frenchman. 
Charles Redeaux,* Ordinary; time of entry, July 8; time of 
appearance, July 15; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., f>6§; stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; hair, dark; Frenchman. 
John Carr, Ordinary; time of entry July 9; time of appear- 
ance, July 9; time entered for, cruize; wages per mo., $6§;§ 
place of residence, Cape Porpoise; stature, 5 ft. 6£ in.; hair, 
dark; American. 
James Allen,* Marine; time of entry, July 9 th ; time of appear- 
ance, July 9; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., )$6§; 
place of residence, Weils; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; complexion, 
light; hair, light; American. 
Jotham Staple, Ordinary; time of entry, July 14; time enter- 
ed for, cruize; place of residence, Penobscot; stature, 5 ft. 
5 in.; hair, brown; American. 

*Name signed by mark. tName crossed. 

§In original, the fraction is four-sixths in figures. — Ed. 



28 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Alexander Goold, Marine; time of entry, July 10; time of ap- 
pearance, July 10; time entered tor, 1 year; wages per mo., 
x <i.q; place of residence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. <Sj in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Ebenezer Stacpole, Quart* Mast 1 '; time of entry, July 10; 
time of appearance, July 10; time entered for, 1 year; wa- 
ges per mo., $9; place of residence, Portsm"; stature, 5 ft. 
llin.; complexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Robert Carter Jr.,* Marine; time of entry, July 10; time of 
appearance, July 15; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $6f; place of residence, Kittery; stature, 5 ft. 8i in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Robert M' Daniel, Ordinary; time of entry, July 11; time of 
appearance, July 22; time entered for, cruize; wages per 
mo., $>6f; place of residence, Barrington; stature, 5 ft. 11 
in.; complexion, dark: hair, dark; American. 

Timothy Gleeson, Marine; time of entry, July 11; time of ap- 
pearance, Aug 2 d ; time entered for, cruize; wages per mo., 
$6§;§ place of residence, Barrington; stature, 5 ft. 7£ in.; 
complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Samuel M'Connel, Ordinary: time of en-try, July 11; time of 
appearance, July 22; time entered for, cruize; wages per 
mo., $6§; place of residence, Nottingham; stature, 5 ft.lli 
in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; American. 

Benjamin Dam, Sailm 1 Mate; time of entry, July 14; time of 
appearance, July 15; time entered for, cruize; wages per 
mo.; $8£, place of residence, Portsm ; complexion, dark; 
hair, dark; American. 

Peter Edney, for Mr. Shackford, Boy; time of entry, July 14; 
time of appearance, July 15; time entered for, 1 year. 

Robert Nason,* Ordinary; time of entry, July 14; time enter- 
ed for, cruize; wages per mo., f6§; place of residence, Deer 
Island; hair, dark: American. 

Thomas Murphy, Marine: time of entry, July 15; time of ap- 
pearance, July 15; time entered for, 1 year: wages pernio., 
$I6§; place of residence, Somersworth; stature, 5 ft. 10i in.; 
hair, light; American. 

Mark Nelson, Marine: time of entry, July 111: time of appear- 
ance, July 1»>: time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§; 
place of residence, Portsm : stature 5 ft. 4 in.; hair, dark; 
American. 

♦Name signed by mark. 

§In original, the fraction is four-sixths in figures. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 29 

Daniel Melony,* Seaman; time of entry, Jnly 13; time of ap- 
pearance, July 15; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $8. 

John Gammon,* Ordinary; time of entiy, July 19; time of 
appearance, Jnly 22; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., |6 1; § hair, dark; American. 

John Hughes, Seaman; time of entry, July 18; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages per mo.; $8. 

James Randel, Marine; time of entry, July 26; time of ap- 
pearance, D; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6 1; 
place of residence, Nottingham; stature, 6 ft. in.; com- 
plexion, light; hair, light; American. 

John Randel, Marine; time of entry, July 22 d ; time of ap- 
pearance, D; time entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§; 
place of residence, Nottingham; stature, 6 ft. £ in.; com- 
plexion, sandy; hair, light; American. 

William Knight,* Marine; time of entry, July 26; time enter- 
ed for, 1 year; wages per mo., #6f; place of residence, 
Nottingham; stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; complexion, light; hair, 
dark; American. 

John Hill, Marine; time of entry, July 22; time entered for, 
1 year; wages per mo., f>6§; place of residence, Notting- 
ham; stature, 5 ft. 10 in.; complexion, light; hair, light: 
American. 

John M c Coy,* Marine; time of entry, July 22; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§; place of residence, Not- 
tingham; stature, 5 ft. 4* in.; complexion, light; hair, 
dark; American. 

Joseph Jackson, Marine; time entered for, 1 year; wages per 
mo., $6|; place of residence, Nottingham; stature, 5 ft. 10£ 
in.; complexion, light; hair, light; American. 

Joseph Cotton Jun 1 ', Ordinary; time of entry, July 28; time 
entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6 1; place of residence, 
Portsm*; stature, 5 ft. 4 in.; complexion, dark; hair, dark; 
American. 

Matthias Bell, Seaman; time of entry, July 28; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, Portsm . 

Wiggin Evans, Marine; time of entry, July 26; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6 f ; place of residence, Cheshire; 
stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; complexion, dark; hair, brown; Ameri- 
can. 

*Name signed by mark. 

§In original, the fraction is four-sixths in figures. — Ed. 



30 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Robert Spencer, Seaman; time of entry, July 13; time of ap- 
pearance, July 15; time entered for, cruize; wages per mo., 
^ $$. 

Edward Burnum, Marine; time of entry, July 30; time enter- 
ed for, 3 years; wages per mo., $61; place of residence, 
Durham P l ; stature, 5 ft. 9 in.; hair, dark; American. 

Bartholome Yeats,* Seaman; time of entry, July 30; time 
entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., #8; place of residence, 
Portsmouth; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; hah", dark; Denmark. 

George Rundlet, Marine; time of entry, July 30; time enter- 
ed for, 1 year; wages per mo., $6§;§ place of residence, 
Portsmouth; stature, 5 ft. 3 in.; hair, dark; Portsmouth. 

Jonathan Chase,* Seaman; time of entry, July 29; time enter- 
ed for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, New 
Castle; -stature, 5 ft. 10£ in.; hair, dark; American. 

George Shaw, Marine; time of entry, July 31; time entered 
for, cruize; place of residence, Lee; stature, 5 ft. 8£ in.; 
hair, fair; American. 

Samuel Demeret, Marine; time of entry, July 31; time enter- 
ed for, cruize; place of residence, Madbury; stature, 5 ft. 
8f in.; hair, fair; American. 

Sam 1 W. Burnum, Seaman; time of entry, July 31; time enter- 
ed for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, Sa- 
lem; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; hair, dark; American. 

Simeon Tebbets, Serg 1 M a time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered 
for, cruize; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, Casco 
Bay; stature, 5 ft. 10-1 in.; hair dark; American. 

Andrew Rankin, Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1, room of Davis; 
time entered for, cruize; wages per mo., $6f;§ place of res- 
idence, Old York; stature, 5 ft. 6£ in.; hair, dark; Amer- 
ican. 

William Harrison, Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time enter- 
ed for, cruize; wages per mo., $6f ;§ place of residence, Old 
York; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; hair, light; American. 

Richard Mills, Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered 
for, cruize: wages per mo., $6§;§ place of residence, Portsm ; 
stature, 5 ft. :> >^ in.; hair, light; American. 

Samuel Clay, Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered for, 
cruize; wages per mo., $6f;§ place of residence, Candy; 
stature, 5 ft. 3A in.; hair, dark; American. 

(To be continued.) 

*\ame signed by mark. 

§In original, the fraction is four-sixths in figures. — Ed. 



FRIENDS RECORDS, 
DOVER. N. EL. MONTHLY MEETING. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 

[Continued from Vol. II, page 150.] 

John Twombly. 

Martha Varney; page 10. 

Married at Dover, 30, 8 mo. 1734. 
[Their child:] 
Anna, bom 10, 3 mo. 1740; page 37; married Zaccheus 
Purinton. 
Jedediah Morrill. 
Elizabeth Jenkins; page 14. 

Married at Dover, 1, 10 mo. 1734. 
Michael Kennard. 
Sarah Varney. 

Married at Dover, 21, 10 mo. 1734. 
John Hanson; page 13. 
Phebe Austin. 

Married at Dover, 27, 12 mo. 1734/5. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Sarah, born 27, 5 mo. 1737; page 38; married Thomas Tut- 

tle, Jr. 
Patience, 12, 6 mo. 1739; page 53; married John Estes. 
Phebe, 13, 2 mo. 1744; page 45; married William Hussey, 

Jr. 
John, 27, 11 mo. 1746; disowned 22, 3 mo. 1788. 
Catherine, 17, 5 mo. 1747; page 47; married Solomon 

Evans. 
Joseph Tibbetts; died 19, 1 mo. 1776. 

(F. F. R,, I: 25.) 
Thomas Canney; page 14; died 16, 5 mo. 1807. 
Elizabeth Tibbetts; died 5, 2 mo. 1807. 

Married at Dover, 4, 7 mo. 1735. 
Samuel Varney; page 10; died 16, 10 mo. 1759. 
Mary Varney; page 15; died 5, 6 mo. 1763. 
Married at Dover, 30, 4 mo. 1736. 
Their children born in Dover: 



32 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Solomon, born 3, 4 mo. 1737; page 38. 

Sarah, 25, 1 mo. 1739; page 43; married out to Thomas 

Varney. 
Timothy, 1, 7 mo. 1742; page 43. 
Samuel, 22, 10 mo. 1743; died 14, 5 mo. 1767. 
Simeon, 13, 1 mo. 1745; died 9 mo. 1761. 
Amos, 2, 4 mo. 1748; page 52. 
Shubael, 1, 9 mo. 1751; page 59. 
Mary, 25, 5 mo. 1755; died 5, 4 mo. 1775. 
Joseph, 16, 11 mo. 1757; page 68. 
Ebenezer Pinkham. 
Sarah Austin; page 16. 

Married at Dover, 27, 11 mo. 1736/7. They removed 
to Merrieoneag about the year 1750, and by their 
residence there were considered as belonging to Fal- 
mouth when that meeting was set up. 
Their children born in Dover, except Catherine: 
Nicholas, born 8, 4 mo. 1738. 
Nathaniel, 22, 12 mo. 1740. 
Ebenezer, 22, 1 mo. 1742. 
Mary, 12, 4 mo. 1744. 
Andrew, 18, 8 mo. 1746. 
Sarah, 3, 9 mo. 1750. 
Catherine, 4, 5 mo. 1753. 
Jedediah Morrill; pages 25 and 40. 
Anne Dow: died 19, 5 mo. 1761. 
Married at Hampton, 1737. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Abraham, born; page 46. 
Josiah; page 43. 

Winthrop, born 20, 12 mo. 1744; page 49. 
Jabez Jenkins: page 14. 
Elizabeth Dennett. 

Married out from Friends. She was not a member 

till after this. 
Their children born in Kittery: 
Renold, born 26, 11 mo. 1741; page 43. 
Anne, 4, 6 mo. 1743; died. 
Ebenezer, 11, 6 mo. 1746; died. 
Sarah, 3, 6 mo. 1747: died. 
Isaiah, 28, 12 mo. 1749/50: page 59. 
Jabez; removed to Falmouth, certificate 22, 3 mo. 1783. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 33 

Joseph Hussey; died 8, 2 mo. 1762. 
Elizabeth Tibbetts. 

Their children: 
Daniel, born 4, 9 mo. 1738; page 44. 

Elizabeth, 20, 10 mo. 1740; page 42; married Joseph Tib- 
betts. 
Samuel, 12, 10 mo. 1742; page 48. 

Phebe, 12, 11 mo. 1744; page 43; married Moses Austin. 
Anne, 5, 3 mo. 1747. 

Susanna, 28, 1 mo. 1750; married John Hodgdon. 
Hannah, 1, 3 mo. 1753; married Jedediah Hall, Falm°. 

(F. F. R., I: 26.) 
Israel Hodgdon; page 19. 
Mary Johnson; removed to Hampton. 

Married at Hampton, 21, 7 mo. 1738. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Edmund, born 20, 8 mo. 1739. 
Israel, 26, 7 mo. 1741. 
Peter, 7, 10 mo. 1742; disowned. 
John, 22, 4 mo. 1745. 
Abigail, 8, 4 mo. 1749. 
Moses, 10, 11 mo. 1750. 

The last four children removed to Hampton Monthly 
Meeting. 
Elijah Tibbetts; died 17, 1 mo. 1790. 
Love Drew; died 19, 1 mo. 1809. 

Married at Dover, 23, 10 mo. 1738. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Elijah, born 18, 3 mo. 1740; page 39. 
Mary; married out to David Tibbetts. 
Sarah; married George Hanson, disowned. 
John; died 25, 5 mo. 1783. 
Ezekiel, 2, 7 mo. 1749; page 52. 
Love; married out to Samuel Wingate. 
Silas; disowned. 

Rose; married out to Robert Tibbetts. 
Anna. 

Esther; married out to Ephraim Tibbetts; disowned. 
John Pearl. 
Mary Tibbetts. 

Married at Dover, 22,* 7 mo. 1739. 

*The record of the marriage certificate gives the date as September 
27, 1739, and is more likely to be correct. — Ed. 



34 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Michael Kennard. 

[Wife's name not given.] 

Married at Hampton, 1730. They bad no children. 
Solomon Hanson; page 14; disowned 28, 5 mo. 1791. 
Anne Varney: page 10; died 13, 12 mo. 1780. 
.Married at Dover, 2, 10 mo. 1741. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Zaccheus, born; page 45. 
Ahijah: died 16, 1 mo. 1781. 
Jacob, horn 19, 2 mo. 1747; page 57. 
Solomon; page 56; removed to Hampton, 7 mo. 1788. 
Mary: page 51; married Nathan Meader. 
Sarah; married Oliver Winslow, of Falmouth. 
Otis; removed to Falmouth, 1, 5 mo. 1782. 
Judith; married James Tory, of Falmouth. 
Anna, 1757; died 23, 12 mo. 1843. 
Martha, 1760; died 5, 5 mo. 1853. 
Paul Varney; page 10; died 19, 1 mo. 1782. 
Elizabeth Mussey: page 13; died 9, 12 mo. 1763. 
Married at Smithfield, 2, 7 mo. 1742. 
Their children born at Dover: 
Mieajah, born 12, 3 mo. 1744; died 21, 7 mo. 1765. 
Jacob, 9, 7 mo. 1754; died 2, 1 mo. 172l>. 
Mary, 17, 8 mo. 1756; page 58; married Stephen Sawyer. 
James, 10, 5 mo. 1759; page 76. 

Paul, 25, 1 mo. 1762; married out to Temperance Varney. 
Paul, removed to Sandwich, was restored and died there. 

(F. F. R., I: 27.) 
Joseph Jenkins. 

Tabitha Waymouth; page 10: died 18, 2 mo. 1777. 
Married at Dover, 27, 2 mo. 1743. 
No children. 
Khenezer Hussey; died 14, 3 mo. 1798. 
Miriam Morrill: page 21: died 29, 8 mo. 1795. 
Married at Dover, 24, 8 mo. 1744. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
John, born 22, 11 mo. 1745; died 24, 8 mo. 1753. 
Mary, 11, 3 mo. 1748; died 24, 8 mo. 1753. 
Eldad, 23, 11 mo. 1749; died, 10, 1 mo. 1750. 
Elihu, 29, 12 mo. 1750. died 21, 8 mo. 1753. 
George, 7, 5 mo. 1753; page 60. 

Samuel Fothergill, 28, 10 mo. 1755; removed to Falmouth, 
18, 5 mo. 1782. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 35 

John, 9, 1 mo. 1758: died 3, 5 mo. 1790. 
Peter, 7, 2 mo. 1760; died 25, 7 mo. 1765. 
Pelatiah, 17, 5 mo. 1762; removed to Vassalboro. 
Miriam, 1, 3 mo. 1766; married Abraham Purinton of Fal- 
mouth. 
Ebenezer, 28, 11 mo. 1768; died 13, 8 mo. 1769. 
Ebenezer, 20, 11 mo. 1770; page 70. 
Jacob Sawyer; page 32. 

Susanna Estes; page 17; died 7, 12 mo. 1749. 
Married at Dover, 7, 9 mo. 1743. 
Their daughter born in Dover: 
Sarah, born 8, 9 mo. 1744; page 45; married Zaccheus 
Hanson. 
Silvanus Hussey. 
Elizabeth Varney. 

Married at Dover, 24, 8 mo. 1744. 
Joshua Buffum; died 6, 3 mo. 1793. 
Elizabeth Estes. 

Married at Salem; these Friends came from Salem & 
settled at Berwick about the year 1743 or 4 with- 
out any certificate but conducting orderly were con- 
sidered as Friends. 
Their children, first two born at Salem, the others 
were born at Berwick: 
Mary, born 7, 1 mo. 1742; page 38; died 1, 4 mo. 1764. 
Elizabeth, 29, 6 mo. 1743; page 46; married John Cole. 
Caleb, 5, 2 mo. 1745; page 49. 
Joshua, 11, 10 mo. 1746; page 55. 
John, 30, 5 mo. 1749; page 53. 
Hannah, 2, 7 mo. 1753; 

Lydia, 3, 7 mo. 1759; married Cornelius Douglas, of Fal- 
mouth. 
Samuel, 19, 4 mo. 1762; page 71. 
Mary, 7, 1 mo. 1765; died 25, 2 mo. 1779. 
Isaac Hanson; page 12; died 15, 1 mo. 1758. 
Susanna Canney; page 14; died 9, 8 mo. 1760. 
Married at Dover, 2* 10 mo. 1741. 
They had a number of children who gradually leav- 
ing Friends and being mostly married out were con- 
cluded not of Friends by a minute of M° Meeting 
in 1787. 

*Date of marriage as given in the marriage certificate was December 
31, 1741. 



36 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Moses Sawyer; page 44. 
Huldali Hill. 

Married at Dover, 5, 9 mo. 1744. 

(F. F. R., I: 28.) 
Joseph Hill. 
Miriam Sawyer. 

Married at Hampton, 1744. 
Had a daughter: 
Miriam; died young. 
Elijah Estes; page 17; died 28, 11 mo. 1788. 
Sarah Hodgdon; page 10: died 28, 12 mo. 1784. 
Married at Dover, 5, 10 mo. 1744. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Richard, born 2, 4 mo. 1746: died 25, 8 mo. 1761. 
Elizabeth, 17, 11 mo. 1747: page 53; died 10, 10 mo. 1784. 
Robert, 15, 12 mo. 1749: page 52; died 13, 8 mo. 1789. 
Israel, 7, 10 mo. 1751: died 13, 7 mo. 1771. 
Hannah, 31, 12 mo. 1753; married out to Zaccheus Allen, 

of Falmouth. 
Susanna, 27, 3 mo. 1756; died 4, 8 mo. 1758. 
Joseph, 22, 6 mo. 1758; page 70. 
Samuel, 22, 6 mo. 1758; [twin]; disowned. 
Mary, 5, 7 mo. 1760; married out to Samuel Roberts: dis- 
owned 1792. 
Elijah, 5, 5 mo. 1763; died 2, 1 mo. 1770. 
Caleb, 2, 6 mo. 1765; died 27, 10 mo. 1790. 
Henry Estes; page 44. 
Mary Varney. 

Married at Dover, 17, 2 mo. 1745. 
Moses Roberts; page 91; died 13, 4 mo. 1807. 
Elizabeth Whitehouse; died 4 mo. 1792. 
Married at Dover. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Anna, born 3, 6 mo. 1749: page 46; married Joshua Var- 
ney. 
Mary, 17, 3 mo. 1751. 
Thomas, 20, 2 mo. 1757; page 73. 
James, 17, 8 mo. 1760: page 72. 
Hannah, 12, 12 mo. 1763; died 26, 11 mo. 1786. 
Moses, 25, 8 mo. 17»'»<'»: page 79. 
Elizabeth, 28, 8 mo. 1770: disowned. 
Ephraim, 27, 3 mo. 1772; page 98. 



KIXGSTOX FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 



KINGSTON DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. II, page 134.] 

1735 — August y e 13 Serg 1 William Buzzel Lost another 
Child 
August y e 14 Daniel Bean Lost a young Son 
August y e 14 Joseph Elkins Lost Another of their Chil- 
dren 
August y e 15 Joseph Elkins Lost Another of their Chil- 
dren 
August y e 15 Jacob Flanders Lost another Child 
August y e 16 Died Thomas Son of Jedidiah Philbrick 
August y e 19 John Clifford Lost another son 14 years old 
August y e 19 Joshua Prescut Lost a young daughter 
August y e 21 Joshua Prescut Lost another 
August y e 22 Joseph Elkins Lost his other Child 
August y e 23 Died John Clark Son of y e Rev" M r Clark 
August y e 23 Died a Son of Jonathan Samborn 
August y e 26 Died Benjamin Clark Son of y e Rev d M r 

Clark 
August y e 27 Robert Stockman Lost a Child 
August y e 27 John Clifford Lost another 
August y e 31 Samuel Bean Lost another a Daughter 
August y e 31 Benjamin Sweat Lost His Eldest Child 

(K. F. C. R., I: 12.) 
1735 — September y e 2 Died Barzillai son of W" Bointon 
Sept: y e 3 John Clifford Lost another 
Sept: y e 9 Died y e Eldest Daughter of m 1 ' Cornelius 

Clough 
Sept: y e 15 John Webster Lost a Child 
Sept: y e 21 John Barnard Lost a Child 
Sept: y e 29 Died Abigail y e youngest Daughter of m r 

Clough 
Oct: y e 3 Died Sarah Daughter of William Buzzel 
Oct: y e 4 Died y e Aged M rs Prescut y e Mother of Joshua 
Oct: y e 8 Samuel Bean Jun 1 Lost His Eldest Child 
Oct: y e 10 Died Sarah Wife of Elisha Sweat of a con- 
sumption 



38 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

Oct: v e 11 Died Joseph Clifford an Orphan of Jos 1 ' Clif- 
ford Dec d 

Oct: y e 11 Died Nathaniel Eldest Son of Nathan Batch- 
elor 

Oct: y e 12 Died Mary youngest Daughter of Nathan 
Batchel[or] 

Oct: y e 13 Philip Moody Lost a Child 
Oct: y e 15 Jonathan Blazdle Lost a Child Nathan Mer- 
ril Lost a Child & Benjamin Magoon Lost a Child the 
begin 8 of y e month 
Oct: y e 23 Jonathan Blazdle Lost his other Child 
Oct: y e 23 John Carter Lost a Child 
Oct: y e 30 Jeremiah Currier Lost a Child 
Novem r y e 3 Died John y 8 Other son of Joseph — Deee d 
Novem r y e 7 Died Abigail Daughter of Isaac Clifford 
Novem 1 y e 18 Jeremiah Currier Lost another Child 
Novem v y e 21 Josiah Batchelor Losl his other Child 
Novem 1 " y e 28 .John Sweat Jun 1 Lost another Child 
Novem 1 ' y e 30 Jonathan Samborn Jun 1 Lost Child :! hours 

old 
Deeem 1 ' y e 4 John Sweat Jun 1 Lost a Child 
Deeem 1 y e 7 John March lost his Eldest Child 
Decern 1 y e 9 Benjamin Sweat lost his other Child 
Deeem 1 y e 10 Died Ezekiel Son of Samuel Baseman 
Decern 1 ' y e 17 & 19 Sarah Ileines a Sojourner Lost 2 Chil- 
dren 
Decern 1- y e 19 Died Edward son of John Fifield Jun 1 
Deeem r y e 21 Peter Samborn Lost a Child 
Deeem 1 ' y e 22 David Moody Lost a Child 
This Mortality was By a Ranker Quinsey or Peripa which 
mostly Seized upon young People and has Proved Ex- 
ceeding mortal in Several other Towns y* It is suppos- 
ed there never was y e like Before in this Country 
1736— Jan Iy y e 3 Died'the aged M 18 Sleeper of a Feaver 
Jan ry y e 8 Samuel Buzzel Lost a Child 
Jan rv y e 12 Ephraim Severns Lost a Child 
Jan 1 ' y e 14 Ralph Blazdle Lost a Child 
Jan ly y'' 19 Ephraim Severns Lost another Child 
Jan ly y e 27 Died Benjamin Son of Jedidiah Philbriek 

(K. F. C. R., I: 14.) 
Feb y e 1 Died Serg 1 Eben 1 Webster Aged 67 years 
March y e 14 Died a Child of Nathan Sweats 
March y e 20 Died Abigail Choate, Aged 13 years 



KINGSTON DEATHS. 39 

1736— March y e 27 Phillip Huntoon Jun r Lost a Child 
April y e 7 Died Steven youngest Son of Elisha Sweat 
April y e 14 Andrew Webster Lost a Child 
April y e 15 Died M rs Sweat wife of Lieu 1 Sweat 
April y e 22 Samuel — Lost another Child 
May y e 2 Isaac Godfrey Lost an Infant 
May y e 10 David Quimby Lost a Child w th this mortal 

Illness 
May y e 17 Died Jonathan Eldest Son of Samuel Tucker 
May 28 Died Sarah Daughter of Samuel Fifield 
June y e 8 Died Samuel Webster Child of Samuel Web- 
ster 
June y e 18 Died Love Ladd daughter of John Ladd 
June y e 19 Thomas Dent Lost a Child 
June y e 22 Jonathan Webster Lost a Child 
June y e 24 Richard Hubbard Lost a Child 
June y e 23 Jonathan Webster Lost another Child 
July y e 11 Benjamin Webster Lost his youngest Child 
July y e 19 Died Thomas Easeman their Second Child 
July y e 21 Samuel Winsley Lost an Infant Just born 
August y e 29 Died Eliz: Clark y e only Daugh of Rev d M r 

Clark 
Oct: 5 Died Lieu 1 Samuel Colcord In y e 81 year of his age 
Novem r : y e 11 Thomas Brown Lost a Child 
Novem r y e 30 Robert Steward Lost a Child a Daughter 
Decern 1 y e 5 Phineas Batchelor Lost a young Child sud- 
den 
Decern 1 " y e 14 Died y e wife of Josiah Batchelor after long 

illness 
Decern 1 y e Latter end Nathan Sweat Lost an Infant 

(K. F. C. R.,I: 16.) 



MARRIAGES BY REV. JOSEPH SECOMB. 

1737 October — I married one Brown of Hampton to the 
Widow Rowel. 
November 8 th Aaron Young of Kingston to Abigail Dud- 
ly of Exeter. 
23 d Benjamin Sayer of Almsbury to Mary Bean of this 
Place. 
December 1 st Benjamin Webster & Mary Stanyan. 

15 th Obediah French of Salisbury & Hannah Boynton 
of this Place. 



40 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1737 December 29 th Joseph Clifford & Mary Healy. 
1737/8 January 10"' Joseph Fellows & Elizabeth Young. 

February 2' 1 John Carter of Almsbury & Elizabeth Web- 
ster of this Place. 

1738 Nov 2 d James Bean to the Widow Crosby. 
Jonathan Bradly to Susanna Folsham J'. 

December 4 th Samuel Robie & Anna Morrill. 

28 th Samuel Sleeper to Sarah French. 

28 th Samuel Scylla to Martha Fifield. 
1738/9 January 10 th John Sleeper to Apphia Sanborn. 

25 th Thomas Carter to Mary Webster. 
February 6 th Abraham Colby to Phebe Coleman. 

8 th William Smith to Sarah Bean. 

28 lu Daniel Homan of Exeter to Love Nock. 

1739 May u Ul Jonathan Choat to Elizabeth Moody of Ex- 

eter 

(K. F. C. R., I: 21G.) 
April 26 th Samuel Stevins to Abigail Gilman. 

13 tu James Conner of Canterbury to Meribah Robey. 
May 9'" Thomas Critchet to Mary Robards & 

Alexander Robards to Lydia Jutkins. 
July 19 th Sinkler Bean to Shuah Fifield. 
October 10 th Joshua Snow of Woburn to Anna Bean of 

Kingston. 
November 8 th Michael Brooks of Biddeford to Lydia Dow 
of Kingston. 
14 11 ' John Robinson of Exeter & Martha Scribner. 
December 5 th Nathan Webster & Mary Clifford of Kings- 
ton. 
November 29"' Joseph Haggit of Bradford & Love Sleep- 
er of Kingston. 
1739/40 January 30 th Ilenery Morril to Susanna Fulsom. 

31 st John Fitield & Eli/., Grele, 
1740 April 24th Samuel Dudley tertius of Exeter to Mary 
Ladd. 
June ll" 1 M r Nathan Ordway to M r8 Lebna Brown both 
of Newbury & 
Samuel Webster to Dorithy Staniel. 
October 2' 1 Elisha Clough of North Yarmouth to Mary 
Welch of Kingston. 

(K. F. 0. R., I: 217.) 
November 4" 1 Jonathan Sleeper to Lydia Huntoou. 
11"' William Sillowa & Abigail Sleeper. 



KINGSTON MAKRIAGES. 41 

1740 December 10 th William Gillman & Mary Giles. 
1740/41 January 22 d Simmons Bussel to Catherine Bean. 

1741 August 10 Ul Thomas Dearborn & Dorithy Sanborn. 
12 th Benjamin French to Ruth Huntoon & 

Nathaniel Laclcl to Sarah Clifford. 
29 th John Dent & Sarah Sanborn. 
October 16 th John Foulsdam the fourth & Abiah Carr 
both of Ezeter. 
20 th Jonathan Young & Mary Loverein. 
December 22 d Benjamin Choat to Ruth Edwards. 

1742 April 5 th Elias Reno & Mary Severance. 
May 4 th Zecariah Judkins & Lydia Smith. 

Jacob Gilman Jun r & Abigail Moodey. 
27* Nathaniel Huntoon & Anna Derbon. 
June 26 th Joseph Gyles & Johanna Akers. 
July 1 st Stephen Gilman & Mary French. 
August 25 th James Marsh & Hannah French. 
September 28 tu Tristram Sanborn Jun r & Hannah Ste- 
vens. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 218.) 
November 22 d Robert Brown & Elizabeth Magoon. 
January 4 th James Gloyd & Ann Clatterday. 
Nov r 24 th Joseph Moody & Mary Leavit. 
1742/3 Jan y 12 m John Bartlet & Mary Quimby. 
27 th Aaron Morril & Hannah Hutchinson. 
April 21 st Josiah Jutkins & Hannah Hunton. 
May 26 th Samuel Hunton & Hannah Lad. 
July 5 th Jeremiah Mastin & Tabitha Dearbon. 
September 13 th Jacob Carter & Eliz: Webster. 
October 27 tu Isaac Clifford & Bridget Smith. 

Benjamin Carter & Abigail Watson. 
August 15 th Josiah Plummer & Elizabeth Harriman. 
Nov 1 ' — Simon Noyes & Martha Toppin. 
November 24 th David Sleeper & Margaret Scribner. 

29 th David Weed & Abigail Judkins. 
December 19 tu Benja Gordon & Mary Smith. 
Jeremiah Philbrick & Mary Stevens. 
21 st Jonathan Taylor & Susanna Smith. 
1744 May 26 th Benjamin Scrivener & Abigail Stevens. 
Nov r 14 th Benjamin Bodge & Sarah Hunt. 

22 d Reuben Sanborn & Eliz: Sleeper. 
Decern 1 5 th Reuben Clough & Love Sanborn. 
6 th Eliz: Gordon to Daniel West. 



42 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1744/5 January 16 th Timothy Easeman & Mary Blazedel. 
February 6 th Nehemiah Heath & Mary Eaton. 

r (K. F. C. R., I: 219.) 

February 12 Ul Benjamin Severance & Ruth Long. 

20 Samuel Healy & Abigail Smith. 
March — Amos Nimrod & Judith Trull. 

William Sleeper & Dorithy Blasdel. 
April — Orlando Carter & Margaret Lock. 

David Clifford & Joanna Moody. 
July 3 d Peter Hazzelton & Sarah Wooster. 

11 th Amos Bootman & Sarah Webster. 
September 14 l " Jethro Sanborn to Elizabeth Sanborn. 
Jonathan Bean & Abigail Gordon. 
30 th Jonathan Leavit to Hannah Leavit. 
Isaac Smith & Mehitable Bussel. 
December — Thomas Sever & Martha Webster. 
1745/6 Jan* 9 th Samuel Colcord & Mehitable Stevens. 
21 st Samuel Paul Dudley & Jane Hubbard. 
24 th Ezra Tucker & Lydia Hobs. 
February 27 Ul William Bussel & Elizabeth Winsley. 
March 6 th John Fellows & Elizabeth Blasdel. 
13 th Benjamin Clough & Elizabeth Smith. 
April 4 th Benjamin Sanborn & Dorithy Lad. 

9 tu Aaron Stevens of South Hampton District and 

Mary Simmons, Haverhill District. 
20 th William Clifford and Abigail Goe. 
24 th John Whidden and Bridget Wyman. 
May 8 th Timothy Sanborn & Allis Quimby. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 220.) 

May 29 tu William Tandy & Mary Morgan. 

July 16 th Moses Blaisdel & Mary Prescot, East Kingston. 

August 14 th Aaron Stevens & Elizabeth Row of S h H ,u ^" 

District. 
September ll" 1 Samuel Hooper & Elizabeth Plummer. 
William Morey & Dorcas Scylla. 

26 lh Thomas Kimble & Eleanor 'Dudley, Exeter. 
November 6 th Francis Pollard & Sarah Webster. 

18 th Samuel Davis & Dorithy Hadley. 

20 th Edward Sleeper with Anne Clough. 

28 th Josiah Fowler & Catherine Hoit. 
December 9 Ul Paul Sanborn & Betty Currier. 

29 th Samuel Hunton Jun r & Elizabeth Corban. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 43 

1746/7 Jan* 6 th Ephraim Morril & Dorothy Hoyt S h 
Hampton. 
Feb y 14 th Moses Pike & Naomi Harriman. 
17 th Obadiah Clough & Sarah Wadleigh. 
18 th Samuel Welch & Eleanor Clough. 
19 th Joseph Judkins & Margaret Smith. 

Hezekiah Young & Anne Marthan. 
26 th Benjamin Kiming & Sarah Moodey. 
March 12 th Icldo Webster & Jean Goss. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 221.) 
March 19 th Joseph Weare & Mary Smith. 

1747 April 7 th John Davis & Hannah Wadleigh. 
9 Joseph Young & Sarah Brown. 

29 th Thomas Hunkins & Abigail Harriman. 
July 9 th Hezekiah Bede & Hepzibah Smith and 

Ezekiel Diman & Miriam Fowler. 
September 3 d Thomas Gordon & Abigail Judkins. 

15 th David French & Ruhamah Choat. 
October 6 th Moses Stevens & Prudence Chace. 

20 th James Duncan & Elizabeth Bell. 
November 5 m Enoch Chace & Mary Saunders. 

12 th William Chalice & Hannah Dent. 

24 Ul Humphrey Hook & Hannah Philbrick. 

26 th Joseph Webster & Mariah Goss. 
December 10 th Jonathan Robards & Deliverance Smith. 

25 tu Benjamin Philbrick & Lydia Colcord. 

29 th Isaac Webster & Sarah Downing. 

30 th Israel Smith & Elizabeth Bean. 

31 st Enoch Sanborn & Mary Morril. 
1747/8 January 28 th Daniel Gihnan, Phebe Rollings, Exe- 
ter. 

1748 April 7 th M r Jacob Morril & Mary Sulloway & 
John Muggit & Elizabeth Sandburn. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 222.) 
May 1 st Benjamin Bean to Hannah Smith. 

2 d David Bean and Mary Judkins. 
June 2 d Abraham Smith & Dorithy Rowel & 
Joseph Harriman & Abigail Dow. 

9 th John Smith & Mary Egerly. 

23 d Jacob Silloway & Allice Webster. 
September 8 to Samuel Easeman & Abigail Hubbard. 

22 d Thomas Wadleigh & Margaret Rowen. 
October 19 th Thomas Mudget & Dorithy Weed. 



44 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1748 November 7 th John York & Sarah Foulsham. 
10 ,h William Runnils & Lydia Blasdel. 

17 th Onesipliorus Darling & Elizabeth Norton. 

20 th Jacob French & Miriam Bean. 
December 15 th Samuel Stevens & Shnah Fifield. 
1748/9 January 3 U Zacariah Judkins & Rachel Brown. 
February — Moses Magoon & Ann Clatterday. 

1749 April 6 th William Cooper & Judith Carter. 
10 th Ebenezer Toll & Allice Fifield. 

May 25 th John Young & Dorithy Sawyer, and 

John Moody & Abigail Gliden. 
April — Aaron Serjeant & Sarah Bean. 
July 5 th John Scribner & Susanna Davis. 

(K. F. 0. R., I: 223.) 
Sep 1 6 th Jabez Clough & Sarah Young. 

19 th John Page & Ann Webster. 
October 5 th Alexander Magoon & Elizabeth Leavet & 
James Gorden & Elizabeth Gilman. 
11 th John Sagart & Martha Miller of Deny. 
12 th George Patterson & Margaret Gilmore, Derry. 
25 th Ephraim Severance & Elizabeth Sweet. 
1749/50 Jan. 2 a Daniel Shepherd & Mary Challis. 
8 th Oliver Smith & Jean Yeuren. 
22 <l Ebenezer Colcord & Patience Stevens. 
Daniel Bede & Patience Prescot. 
February 19 th Samuel Winslow & Jean French and 

Philip Davis & Miriam Webster. 
March 8 th Joseph Magoon of Exeter & Hannah Moulton 
of Kensington. 
1750 July 10 th Ezekiel Flanders & Ann Nichols. 
September 27 th John Scribner & Deborah Smith. 
October 22 fl Benjamin Carter & Sarah Harvey. 

25 th Benjamin Garland & Ruth Norris. 
November 6 tu William Sanborn & Mary Sleeper. 
8 ,h John Judkins & Esther Sweat & 
John Morril & Bethiah Sweat. 
December 5 th Jacob Quimby & Miriam Flanders. 
G th Edward Lufkin & Sarah Moody. 

(K. F. C. R,, I: 224.) 
December 13 th Richard Kenniston & Maiy Tucker. 
•27 l " Enoch Brown & Ruth Clough of Brentwood. 
1750/1 Jan* 1 st Daniel Quimby of Amesbury & Sarah Fitts 
of South Hampton. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 45 

1750/51 February 7 th Samuel Sanborn Jnn r & Hannah 
Tucker. 
John Lord & Rebecca Judkins and 
Benjamin Huntoon & Judith Clough. 
15 th Samuel Collwell & Eliz a Brown. 
1751 March 21 st Stephen Sleeper & Elizabeth French. 
April 29 th John Young Jun r & Miriam Sayer. 
July 31 st Meshach Gurdy and Patience Eaton. 
August 6 th John Perry and Ruth Marty n. 

15 th John James & Sarah Young. 
October 3 d Joseph Webster & Mary Sylloway. 

31 st John Pearson & Anne Sleeper. 
November 6 th Abel Tandy & Rachel Smith. 
14 th Samuel Tandy & Hannah Loverein. 
December 18 th Israel Clifford & Deliverance Bussel. 
24 th William Davis & Jean Stuart. 

Amos Davis & Hannah Davis of Newtown. 
Samuel Chase of Newbury & Sarah Stuart of New- 
town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 225.) 
1751/2 January 15 th Jacob Smith & Jemima Bean. 

16 th Sterling Sergeant of Amesbury & Lydia Coffin of 
Plastow. 
February 17 th Alexander M c Murphy & Martha Rankin. 
Jonathan Clifford & Elizabeth How. 



PISCATAQUA PIONEERS. 

The society known as the Piscataqua Pioneers was organ- 
ized at Portsmonth June 15, 1905 under the laws of New 
Hampshire. The general scope and plan of this society is 
similar to that of the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower 
Descendants. The associating together of the descendants 
of those pioneers who settled along the Piscataqua river and 
the collecting and preservation of the records are two of its 
leading objects. The officers chosen for the first year are: 
President — Hon. Moses A. Saeford, Kittery, Me. 
Secretary — Albert H. Lamson, Elkins, N. H. 
Treasurer — Henry W. Fernald, Boston, Mass. 
Directors — Capt. Thomas M. Jackson, John M. Moses, 

Henry W. Fernald, Hon. Moses A. Sapford, Albert 

H. Lamson. 



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John Morton Greene. The Union Printing Company: Low- 
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This genealogy contains the names and record of nearly 
all of the descendants of Timothy Greene, Sr., of Amherst, 
Mass., who was born August 9, 1723 and died at Amherst, 
November 1, 179(5. He married Eunice Ellsworth of Wind- 
sor, Conn. The compiler of this work, Rev. John Morton 
Greene, who was for thirty years (1870 — 1900) pastor of the 
Eliot (Congregational) Church, Lowell, Mass., spent about 
twenty years in collecting the data for this book. It is lull 
of interesting and important data relating to the Greene fam- 
ily. Special care has been taken to make the record of those 
of the family who served in the Revolutionary War and the 
Civil War as complete as possible. There are fifteen hun- 
dred names in the index. The work will prove a valuable 
help to the genealogist generally and be of special interest to 
the Greene Family. The number of copies of the book print- 
ed is small and those wishing to purchase should order soon. 
Price of book is three dollars, cloth binding, orders should be 
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QUERIES. 

42. KlNGMAN. — Olive Kingman, of Harrington, was born 
in 1751; died Oct. 17, 1822; married Samuel Winkley, Bar- 
rington, where they lived. Can any one give me the exact 
dates of her marriage and birth? 

Drew. — Lucinda Jane Drew, of Barrington, was born Nov. 
29, 1812; died Feb. 22, 1862; married I>enjamin Thompson 
in 1833. Can any one give me the full date of marriage? 

Drew. — PiPER. — Horatio Drew, of Barrington, was born 
Dec. 3, 1814: married Mary Piper who died March 18, 1842. 
Can any person give me the full dates of his death, and her 
birth and marriage? 

Furber. — William Kingman Furber married 1st., May 22, 



QUERIES. 47 

1845, Sarah E. Gash, who died April 21, 1851. He married 
2nd., March 22, 1854, Martha J. Farrar. Can some one give 
me the date of birth of either of these women? The second 
wife had two children, William A. Furber, born February 9, 
1856, and Kingman Furber, born April 14, 1858. I should 
be glad if any one will put me in communication with either 
of these. 

Winkley. — "The History of Rockingham County" gives 
the births, deaths and marriage of Daniel Winkley and Sarah 
Otis; then says: "They moved to Orford, N. H., where three 
children were born to them; Otis Plummer, born October 25, 
1816, died September 22, 1896; John A. and Daniel Swain." 
Can some one give me the dates of birth and death of the 
last two, and dates of marriage, if they married, together 
with any facts connected therewith. 

(Mrs.) Florence A. Crane. 

616 City Nat. Bank Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. 

43. Dame. — May 3, 1736. Elizabeth, widow of Pomfret 
Dam, noiv Elizabeth Downs, received one-third of Pomfret 
Dam's estate, same paper says "six children." What were 
their names and who was this Downs? When and where did 
she die? Her maiden name was Tibbetts. 

Twombly. — Pomfret Dam, (above) married 1st. Esther 
Twombly. Who were her parents, when and where born? 

Paul. — What was full name of the 2nd. wife of Moses 
Paul? When did she die and what was her age at death? 

Albert H. Lamson. 

Elkins, N. H. 

44. Geer. — A reward of 15.00 will be paid for proof of 
the parentage of Walter Geer, born in Charlestown, N. H. 
January 9, 1792. F. E. Youngs. 

226 West 58 tu St., New York, N. Y. 

The above is a correction of Query No. 38, in which the 
address was printed wrong; we wish all persons sending us 
queries for publication, would have the copy and address 
plainly written. 

45. Garland. — Correspondence is desired with descend- 
ants of Dodovah Garland, born in Dover, N. H. 12, 6, 1722; 
died previous to 4, 19, 1798; married about 1744, Mary Car- 
ter, daughter of John and Frances (Perkins) Carter. He was 
of Somersworth in 1740; Durham in 1750 — 1758; Rochester 
in 1770; Lebanon Me., in 1770 and up to the time of his 
death. 



48 DONATIONS. 

Carter. — Correspondence is desired regarding Seth K. 
Carter and Mahala Garland, both of New Hampshire; both 
were born between 1750 and 1770. 

SBAVBY. — Any facts relating to Eunice Seavey of Rye; 
who married 2, 18, 1756, John Davis; they lived later in 
Portsmouth, and she married 2nd. Thomas Lake of Chiches- 
ter. (Mrs.) Flora G. Moulton. 

2119 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, III. 

46. BLAISDELL. — Can some person give the parentage of 
Enoch Blaisdell of Lebanon, Me. He was born at York, Me., 
in 1746, and died in Lebanon, April 26, 1834. 

H. C. Blaisdell. 

Care of N. H. Genealogical Record, Dover, N. H. 



DONATIONS. 

Since our last issue, the following books and pamphlets 
have been received by The New Hampshire! Genealogical So- 
ciety as gifts for their new library, for which I am directed 
to present the grateful thanks of the society. It gives me 
great pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of these valuable 
gifts. The books and pamphlets given by the New Hamp- 
shire Historical Society of Concord, were their duplicates, a 
part of which that society has been many years in collecting. 
Name of donor. Place. Hooks and pamphlets. 

New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, 
Hon. John Kimball, 
Rev. Myron S. Dudley, 
Prof. Charles L. Parsons, 
Prof. Fred W. Morse, 
Charles A. Richmond, 
Charles G. Foster, 
Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
Charles P. Chesley, 
C. W. Tibbetts, 
Hon. Charles W. Bickford, 
Hon. John M. Moses, 
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NORTH CHURCH, PORTSMOUTH, X. H., ERECTED 1855. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



Vol. III. Dover, N. H., October, 1905. No. 2. 



NORTH CHURCH RECORDS, 
PORTSMOUTH. 



[Church services were held at Portsmouth, shortly after the settle- 
ment of the place in 1623; a chapel and parsonage house were built 
probably early as 1638, certainly before 1640, but a church was not or- 
ganized there until 1671. Rev. Joshua Moodey began preaching in 
Portsmouth, in 1658, and continued pastor of the church there, until 
1684, when he moved to Boston. He returned to Portsmouth in 1692, 
and was pastor of that church until his death, July 4, 1697. If Mr. 
Moodey kept a record of baptisms, marriages and admissions to the 
church, during his first pastorate in Portsmouth, 1658—1684 it has been 
lost. The oldest record of baptisms was begun in 1693, a short time 
after Mr. Moodey commenced his second pastorate. The list of mem- 
bers was apparently made up at about the same time, and in part from 
memory, as in some instances the same person's name is given twice. 

Rev. Joshua Moodey was not the first minister at Portsmouth; he 
was preceeded by Rev. Richard Gibson, 1638 — 1641; Rev. James Par- 
ker, 1642—1645; Rev. James Brown, 1654 or earlier to 1656; and possibly 
others. There was a division of the parish, in 1714; the north portion 
was called-the North Parish, and the south part, the South Parish.] 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 

1671—1697. 

The names of them y* first imbodied. 
Joshua Moodey Sam Haines 

M r Jn° Cutt "" C n James Pendleton 

M r R. Cutt M r Jn° ffletcher 

C n Elias Stileman John Tucker 

M r R. Martyn 

The Names of those y* have been or are of this church. 

Joshua Moodey* Jn° Cut 

Martha Moodey* Rich d Cut 

Ann Moodey* Elias Stileman 

*Names in this list with a star affixed, have the Christian names of 
the same family connected with a brace and one surname is given.— Ed. 



50 



NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 



Richard Martyn* 

Martha Martyn* 

Mary Martyn* 

Sam 1 Haines 

.lames Pendleton. Removed 

John ffletcher & Joyce, both 

Dead 5 (7)95 
Walter Neal 
John Tucker 
M r ffrost 
Richard Eliot* 

Wife* 

Fernald 
Reb. Rawlins 
Hanna ffollet 
Alex: Denit Sen 1 

Wife 
John Denit* 
Ami Denit* 
Ric. Cater 
Ruth Sergeant 
Ann Clark 
Tho: Harvey* 
Eliz: Harvey* 
John Cut* " 
Sara Cut* 
Eliz: Kennard 
Eliz: Hopley 
Obad: Mosse* 
Eliz: Mosse* 
S. Keies 
George Snell* 
Hanna Snell* 
Job Alcock* 
Eliz: Alcock* 
Mary Hod}'* 
John Hody* 
Hanna Hull 
Mary Partridge W" 1 
Jn° Partridge* 
Mary Partridge* 
M r Beck 
Mary Blagdon 



Ann Hunkin 
Mary Rimes 
Mary Pickerin 
Eliz Pitman 
M 1 Bowles 
S. Waterhousc 
Nath. Aires* 
Ami Aires* 
Man- ( 'lark- 
Sal. White 
M r Jackson 
Hanna Jackson 

Sevy 

Monsnn 

Whidden 
H Beck 
Mary Langdon 
Jn° Sherburn 
M r Lewis 
Eliz Clark 
Martha Bramhale 
Tomp. Fernald 

Hunkin Sen' Wid: 
Em Purrinton 
Alice Westbrook 
Mary Whidden 
Eln. Johnson 
W. Neal 
Sam. Neal 
W m Fillbrook* 
Mary Fillbrook* 
G. Jeffries 
Jn° Magoon 
Wilmot Endle 
Hanna Follet 
S. Ham 
Grace Dennit 
Ruth Kirk 
Mary Adams 

Allen wife of Charles 
Allen 
Jn° Fabian 
Maiy Homes 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



51 



Wid. Jackson 

Eliz: Kate 

Han. Almery 

Sara Sherburn 

Jn° Smith 

Mary Plaisted 

Mary Odihorn 

Mary Sherburn 

Sara Huggin 

Jos. Hill 

Eliz: Savage 

Mary Edmunds killed by In- 
dians 26 (4) 96 

John Hill 

Jane Bickford 

Wid. Tucker 

Jone Tash dismist to Boston. 

Hen. Dering dismist to Bos- 
ton. 

G. Lavers* 
Wife* 

Jane Joce 

H. Beck Sen r 

Eliz: Snell 

Sara Cutt 

Mary Cutt 

Jone Jackson 

M" Mattoon 

Tho: Wright 

John Cut 

R. Cut 

Sam Hains 

Wife of Jn° Jackson 

Jn° Bray 

W m Sevy Sen r 

Rob. Purrington 

R. Shortridge 

ADMISSIONS TO 



Persons admitted 
1693. 1 m° 16. 
Mary Pickerin Sen r 



Mary Morrell 

Moth r Hearl 

Mary Mosse 

Mary Weeks 

M rs An Shipway 

Antho. Ellins 

R. Samson 

Hanna Lewis 

Jos. Walk 1 

Hanna Snell 

Jn° Light 

Reub. Hull 

M rs Barsham 

Martha Westbrook 

M r R. Martyn 

M rs M. Martyn 

Maj Elias Stileman 

Martha Moodey 

Denit Sen r Wife 

Tho: Harvy 

Jn° Cut 

Jn° Hody 

Ann Hunkins 

M rs Bowles 

M rs Jn° Jackson 

G. Lavers 
& Wife 

Joseph Hall 

Jn° Thomson 

Jn° ffletcher 

Jone Jackson 

M rB Mattoon 

Mary Edmunds killd by In- 
dians 26 (4) 96 

Will Hunkin died 8 br 1696 
(N. C. R., I: 3.) 

NORTH CHURCH. 
1693—1697. 

Mary Martyn (dismissed 

fro Dov r ) 
Eliz: Hopley 



52 



ADMISSIONS TO NORTH CHURCH. 



C n Job Alcock 

(M rs ) Dorothy Alcock, (of 

York ch.)t 
George Snell (of York eh.) 
John ffabian 
Mary Rimes 
Grace Dennit 
Aprill 20 

Eliz: Harvey 
Ruth Kirk ' 
Abigail Brier 
Richard Cater 
Mary Langdon 
June 22 

Richard Eliot 

W" & Mary Philbrook [on 

page 25 the record reads: 

W m Philbrook and Mary 

his wife] 
Nath: Aires (by Dismission 

fro. Boston North ch) & 
Ami his wife 
Mary Partridge (wife to 

M r W ,n Partridge) 
August 17 

Margaret Adams 
Ruth Sargeant 
Elizabeth Kennard 
Novemb. 2 

Eliz: Kate 
Decemb. 14 At a ch Meet. 

Admitted 
Mary Partridge wife of Br. 

Jn° P. 
Mary Almerry their eldest 

daughter 
Dec br 17 In y e morning be- 
fore sacrament Admitted 
Sara Sherburn 
1694 May 24 At a church 

tThe words inclosed in paren- 
thesis in this list were taken from 
records on page 25, Vol. I: North 
Church Records. — Ed. 



meeting before y e sacram' 
John Smith of Hampton 
Mary Plaisted wife of Jn° 

Plaisted 
Mary Oddihom 
Mary Sherburn 

1694 Octob. 4. Then ad- 
mitted 

Sara Huggin at y e meeting 
before y e sacr* 
Nov b1 ' 29. Then admitted 
Samuel Neal 

1695 April 25. Then ad- 
mitted 

Joseph Hill 
June 13. Admitted 

Eliz: Savage 
August 1. Admitted 

Mary Edmonds 

C n Hill Comand 1 of Saco 
ffort 

1696 At A meeting 2 (2) 
96 Admitted 

Eliz: Snell 

Sara Cutt 

Mary Cutt 
3) 20 Then admitted 

Nath: Wright 

Mary Plaisted the wife of 
Ichabod Plaisted 

Mary MosseJ 
5 mo 16 Admitted 

Abigail Cotton 
9) 5. Admitted 

Andrew Wiggin Jun r 

Margaret Bond 

M r Peprill Sab. before Sac 1 
1696/7 1 m° 4 Admitted 

Maiy Booth 

(N. C. R., I: 213.) 

JThe name Mosse is apparently 
an error in the original record and 
should read Morse. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 53 

NORTH CHURCH BAPTISMS. 

Persons Baptized. 

1693 1 mo. 26. John, Joseph, Samuel, Sarah, children of 

John & Sara ffabian 
April 23. Richard Cater, having n l been baptized in In- 
fancy Martha Langdon 
June 18. Joshua Pike my grandson (who was born y e 

14 th being Wednesday) 
25 William, Elizabeth, children of W m & M. Partridge 
July 30. Samuel, son of Sam 1 & Mary Rimes 
Aug. 20. Priscilla, Daught r of John Sherburn 
Aug. 27. Joseph, son of Ruth Sergeant 
Sept. 3. John, Elizabeth, Sara, Michael, Mary ch n of 

Edw d [&] Eliz Kennard 
Nov br 5. Eliz: Kate, not baptized in Infancy 

12. Elizabeth, Bridget Margaret, James, y e children of 

Edw: & Eliz: Kate 
Dec r 10. Thomas, son of Mark & Sara Aires she being a 

Member at Ipswich 
Dec br 24. Sarah, Daughter of Henry & Sara Sherburn 
Janu ry 21. Hanna, Bartholomew, George y* ch: of Rob' 

& Hanna Almery 
28. John Penhallow 

1694 March 25. Elizabeth Harvey, Jonathan Philbrook. 
April 15. Elizabeth Cutt. 

22. Nathaniel son of Nath. & Ami Aires. 
May 13. Richard, son of Tob. & Mary Langdon 

27. John, Joshua, Elisha, Mary, child" of Jn° & Mary 
Plaisted 
Also Israel, Jabez, Susanna, Rebekah, child" of John 
Smith of Hampton 

Eliott 

8 br 7. Sarah Huggin, n' having been baptized in Infancy. 
Baptiz d before sacr 1 
14. Deborah Rawlins 
9 br 11. Edward Kate 

25. Sam 1 Rawlins & Kirk 

10 br 16. Mehitable Plaisted 

12, 3. Lydia Mosse Daughter of Obad. & Hanna Mosse 

1695 April 21. Then Baptized Samuel Pike my Grandson 
Thomas [&] Ebenezer Sevy born at once, a 3 d boy 

died in y e Birth 



54 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

1695 April 21 Thomas, Walter, Jeremiah, John Neal ch n 
of Sam: Neal Abigail Brier 
June 16. Lois Courtie, moth r of York ch. 

23. Mary Atkinson, whose moth r is a Memb r of y e ch 
at Boston 
21 July. Eliz: ffollet 
Aug: 11. Martha, Esther, Hanna, Mary, John, Thomas 

Edmonds 
Sept. 15. Robert, son of Rob. & Hanna Almery 
22. Margaret D of Sam: & Whidden. 

29. Jane Bickford. 

1695 12 m 16. Phebe Penhallow 

(N. C. R., I: 213.) 

1696 1) 1. Joseph Langdon 

8. Joshua son of Sam 1 & Ester Moodey died 27 (3) 
1696 
Elizabeth D. of Jn° Sherburn 
22. Thomas son of Henry Sherburn 

2) 5. George son of Jn° & Eliz; Snell 

3) 24. Meriba, Hanna, Sara Smith of Hampton 

John, son of R Cater 

4) 14. Samuel son of Ichabod & Mary Plaisted 

5) 5. Richard son of Edw: & Eliz: Kennard 

6) 19. 1 William, 2 John, 6 Thomas, 3 Elizabeth, 5 Abi- 

gail, 4 Joseph, 7 Mary, children of W m & Abigail 
Cotton 

30. Martha Stevens, M. of Salisbury ch. 

Jonath: Miriam Preble the ffather belong* to y* ch. 
at York 
9) 8. John son of Richard Eliot 
11) 3. Benjamin son of Obad: Mosse 

1697 2) 11. William son of Sam: Rimes 
Joshua son of Sam: Neal 

18. Samuel son of Sam; & Mary Keies 
Sarah Cotton of W m Abig: Cotton 
3) 9. Miriam [and] William Peperill 

(N. C. R., I: 214.) 

LIST OF MEMBERS. 
1699. 

Portsm May 3 d 1699. Nath 11 Rogers was ordained a Pas- 
tor of y e Church of X in y 8 place. The Rev d M r Hubbard 
of Ipswich gave him the Pastoral Charge, & the Rev. M r 



LIST OF MEMBERS. 



55 



Pike of Dover the Right hand of ^fellowship, M 1 Pason of 
Rowley began the service of y e day w h Prayer & M r Cotton 
of Hampton concluded. 

A list of the Bretheren then belonging to this Church. 



George Jaffrey 

Sam 11 Keais 

Obadiah Morse 

George Snell 

John Tucker 

John Dennet 

John ffabyan 

Walter Neale 

William Philbrick 

Capt. Allcock 

Andrew Wiggin, Exet. 

John Hill, Newichawanac. 

Richard Eliot 

John Partridge 

M r Beck 

Nath 11 Ayers, Boston 

John Sherbourn 

Joseph Hill, Kittery 

John Macgoon, absent 

Thomas Wright, Exeter 

Added to y e Church 
John Plaisted 
John Dennet Jun r , Kittery 
John Adams, Kittery 
Joseph Dennet 
James ffurnald, Kittery 
Joshua Peirce 
Tobias Langdon 
John Jones 

Nathan White, New Castle " 
John Kate, Greenland 
Ebenezer Johnson, Greenland 
Joshua Hains, Greenland 
Richard White, Greenland 
Sam 11 ffosse, Greenland 
Joshua Weeks, Greenland 



Edward Toogood 

George Vaughan 

John Newmarch, min 1 , Kit- 
tery 

Sam 11 Penhallow, Apr. 21, 
1707 

Thomas Phipps 

Thomas Beck 

Thomas Peirce 

Robert Lang 

Steven Lang 

Sam 11 Hart, May 20, 1708 

William Parker, Aug 9 

Michael Whidden 

William Cotton, May 26, 
1709 

James Lebbee, July 

Nathan 11 Lang, Sept 18 

Ephraim Dennet 

William White, Aug 29, 1711 

Solomon Hewes, Mav 20, 
1712 

*Joshua Weeks, Oct 14, 
1711 

John Hill Apr. 1, 1714 

Benj a Gamblin July 8. 

Henry Rust Sept. 21. 

Josiah Clark July, 1715 

Sam 1 Shackford July 1716 

William Lewis July 1716 

Peter Mow 1719 

Moses Dennit 1720 

Joseph Pierce Mar. 16, 1720/1 

William Fellow May 1722 

Tho s Simpson July 1723 
(N. C. R., I: 29.) 



vid* 

The names of Women belonging to y e Church of Christ in 
Portsm in y e year 1699. 



56 



NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 



Mary Martin 

M rs ffrost 

Hannah ffollet 

Ami Dennet 

Anne Clark 

Elizabeth Harvey 

Sarah Cutt 

Elizabeth Kennard 

Eliz: Hopley 

Eliz: Morse 

Eliz: Allcock 

Mary Keais 

Hannah Snell 

Mary Partridge, Boston 

Mary Partridge 

Mary Blackden 

Mary Rimes, London 

Mary Pickerin 

Eliz: Pitman 

Sarah Waterhouse 

Amy Ayers, Boston 

Mary Clark 

Salome White 

Sarah Jackson 

Hannah Jackson 

Eliz: Whidden 

Sevy 

Monson 
Mary Langdon 
M r8 Lewis 
Eliz: Clark 
Temperance Furnald 

Graves 
Alice Westbrook 
Mary Whidden 
El: Johnson 
Mary Philbrook 

Endle 
Sarah Ham 
Ruth Kirk 
Mary Adams 

Allen 
Mary Homes 



Eliz: Kate 
Hannah Allmerry 
Ruth Sargeant 
Mary Ayers 
Grace Spinney 

Sherbourn 
Mary Plaisted 
Mary Odihorn 
Mary Sherbourn 
Sarah Huggins 
Eliz: Savage 
Eliz: Snell 
Sarah Cutt 
Mary Cutt 
Mary Plaisted 

Knight 
Added to y* Church 

Westbrook 

Banfield 
Sarah Cotton 

Wille 

Hodge 

Ran 

ffryer 

Gobbet 

Oddihorn 
W Mosis 
Wife of Benj. Cotton 

Johnson 

Philbrick 

Philbrick 

Ham 

Berry 

ffosse 
Eliz: Babb 

Brick 
Hannah Jose 
Mary Jackson 
Sarah Bickford 

Jackson 
Ami Adams 
Sarah Shagford 
Sarah Lucy 



NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 
[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 10.] 

A. D. 

1715. Octo 26. Was a fast keept at Newington & a Church 
Gathered: consisting of 9 men viz. John Downing: 
Thomas Row: B. Bickford John Dame Richard 
Downing formerly members of Dover Church & 
John fabyan John Downing Jun. Hatevil Nutter & 
Moses Dame w r taken into full communion. 
Nov r 16: The Rev d M 1 Joseph Adams was ordained pas- 
tor of said church. 
Dec r 4: John Bickford son to Jethro Bickford was bap- 
tized by said Pastor. 
1715/16 Jan 15 Was y e first Sacrament y l Ever was Cele- 
brated at Newington. 
22 Frances Walton daughter to George & Frances 
Walton was baptized, also 
Abigail Dam daughter to Moses & Abigail Dam was 
baptized. 
March 11 Deborah Crocket was baptized & admitted to 
full Communion in y e Church. 
18 Was Sacrament day. 
April 29 Mahitable Fabin daughter to John & Ma. Fabin 

was baptized. 
May 6 Elizabeth Tompson daughter to Samuel & Eliza- 
beth Tompson was baptized. 

June 10 John Scales soli to Mathew & Scales was 

baptized. 
June 24 John Walker son to John Walker was baptized. 
28 Mrs Miller was admitted to full Commun- 
ion. 
30 Mary Fabyan wife to John Fabyan was admitted to 
full Communion. 
Sep 30 John, Sarah, Mary, Hannah, Elizabeth, & Joseph 
Decker children of John & Sarah Decker, were 
baptized. 



58 NEW1NGT0N CHURCH RECORDS. 

1716 Oet r 7 Elizabeth Hogdon daughter to Alexander & 

Jane Hogdon was baptized. 
Dec 9 Hannah Huntris Daughter to John & Mary Hunt- 
ris was Baptized. 

1717 Apr: 28 Susannah Biekford Daughter to Jethro & 

Hannah Biekford was Baptized. 
May 5 John Dam Son of Moses & Abigail Dam was bap- 
tized, also 
Mary Knight Daughter to John & Elizabeth Knight 

was baptized, also 
Mary Downing daughter to Jonathan & Elizabeth 
Downing was baptized. 

May 25 Gray Daughter to James & Tamsin 

Gray was baptized. 
Sep 15 William, Samuel & Abigail Children to Samuel 
& Abigail Huntris were baptized, also 
Abigail Daughter to Hatevil & Leah Nutter was bap- 
tized. 

1718 Jan 5 Seth Ring owned y e Covenant & was baptized. 
Also Joseph Son to Seth & Elizabeth Ring was bap- 
tized. 

Feb 16 Benjamin Son to Seth & Elizabeth Ring was bap- 
tized. 

April 13 Elias Smith son to — Smith was baptized 

at Kittery. 
Also Sarah Daughter to Mr: Nicholas & Mrs: Martha 
Shapleigh was baptized at Kittery. 

June l rt Bethiah Daughter to Will: & Sarah Furbur was 
baptized. 

July 13 Sarah Daughter to Zebulon & Abigail Dam was 
baptized. 
27 Richard sone to John & Elizabeth Downing was 
Baptized. 

Sep 1 22 Jane Dam wife of Mr John Dam was baptized 
and admitted to full communion. 

Nov 2 George son to Samuel & Abigail Huntris was 
baptized. 
Also John son to John & Mary Huntris was bap- 
tized. 

1719 Mar 22 George Son to James & Tamnsin Gray was 

baptized. 
April 5: Will Furbur Sen' w as baptized and admitted to 
full communion. 



BAPTISMS. 59 

1719 May 24: Briget Daughter to Jethro & Hannah Bick- 

ford was baptized. 

June 14: Grace Hoite owned y e covernant & was bap- 
tized. Also Dorothy, Israel, John, Abishag & 
Frances her children w r baptized. 

Aug 22: Phinehas & Eliezar Sons to Eliezar & Ann Cole- 
man were baptized. 

Sep* 26: Joseph son to John & Elizabeth Dam was bap- 
tized. 

Oc r 4 David Son to John & Sarah Decker was baptized. 

Nov: 15: William Son to Henry & Sarah Seaward was 
baptized. 

Nov: 22: Joseph Son to Andrew Reed was baptized. 

Nov: 29 Elizabeth Daughter to Hatevil & Leah Nutter 
was baptized. 

Dec: 13 Jane daughter to Seth & Elizabeth Ring was 
baptized. 
20 Eliphelet Son to Moses & Abigail Dam was bap- 
tized. 

1720 Jan 24 Daniel Son to John & Elizabeth Knight was 

baptized. 
May 13 Thomas Son to Thomas & Deborah Nutter was 

baptized. 
June 26: Charity Wollinford owned y e covenant & was 

baptized. 
Item Patience Hodgon owned the covenant & was 

baptized w th her children viz. [Names not given.] 
Aug 7 th Jerusha Daughter to William & Sarah Furbur 

was baptized. 
14 Mr Nicholas Shapley owned y e Covenant & was 

baptized. 
Dec r 11 Solomon son to Samuel & Abigail Huntris was 

baptized. 
Item Tamsin Daughter to John & Hannah Huntris 

was baptized. 

1721 Jan 20[?] Elizabeth Weber wife of James Webber 

owned y e Covenant & had y r Child baptized Wil- 
liam. 
Feb 28 Hannah Daughter to Jonathan & Eliza tu Down- 
ing was baptized. 
Item Richard son to Jethro & Hannah Bickford was 
baptized. 



DO NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1721 Mar: 12: John Son to Hatevil & Leah Nutter was 

baptized. 
April 30 Mary Daughter to Eliezer & Ann Coleman was 

baptized. 
June 16 Benjamin Bickford owned y e Covenant & was 

baptized: & his Son Samuel 
Aug' 6 Samuel Rawlins owned the Covenant & had his 

child baptized Hannah. 
Sep r 3: Elizabeth daughter to Samuel & Mary Hill was 

baptized. 
Item Samuel Son to Samuel & Mary Hill was bap- 
tized. 
Octo r 1 Bridget Daughter to John & Elizabeth Knight 

was baptized. 
Oct r 22 Elizabeth Daughter to Joseph & Elizabeth Adams 

was baptized: & dyed Feb 13 th 1721/2 
Feb 4 th Mary Daughter to Seth & Elizabeth Ring was 

Baptized. 

1722 Mar 11 Elizabeth Adams Wife to y e Rev Joseph 

Adams was admitted to full Communion in our 
Church. 
April 15 Allice Downing Daughter to John & Elizabeth 
Downing was baptized. 
22 Eliazer Coleman was admitted to full Communion. 
Item Seth Ring was admitted to full Communion. 
May 12 Solomon Son to Moses & Abigail Dam was bap- 
tized. 2 children baptized J. D: & Mary? 
Sarah Daughter to Benj a & Mary Bickford was bap- 
tized. 
* to Joseph & Patience Hogdon 

1723 Jan 20 Joseph Son to Joseph & Eliza" 1 Adams was 

baptized. 
Feb: 3: Abigail Daughter to John & Sarah Decker was 

baptized. 
Feb 10 Joshua Son to Joseph and Sarah Downing was 

baptized. 
24 Thomas Row Jun r & his wife Rachel owned the 

Covenant & were baptized. 
Mar: 10 Clement Meservey and his wife Elizabeth owned 

the Covenant and were baptized: & She was at the 

same time Admitted into y* Church as a member in 

full Communion. 
•Name not given. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 61 

1723 Mar 30 Allice Daughter to John & Elizabeth Knight 

was baptized. 
April 7 Elizabeth Daughter to Sam 1 and Sarah Huntris 

was baptized. 
14 Dependence Son to Jethro & Hannah Bickford was 

baptized. 
21 Frances Walton was admitted to full Communion 

in our Church. 
Item Mary Daughter to John & Mary Huntris was 

baptized. 
June 2 Hannah Daughter to Thomas & Ayer 

was baptized. 
Aug st 10 John Son to Samuel & Alice Rawlins was bap- 
tized. 
Also Mary Daughter to Thomas & Rachel Row was 

Baptized. 
Aug st 17: Abner Son & Keturah Daughter to Zebulon & 

Abigail Dam w 1 baptized. 
Sep 7 James Son to James & Tamsin Gray was baptized. 
Sep 21 Jethro Bickford & his wife w r admitted to full 

Communion. 
Also Elizabeth daughter to Hatevil & Leah Nutter 

was baptized, 
Oct 30 Alexander Son to Joseph & Patience Hogdon 

was baptized. 
Nov 3: Elizabeth Ring was admitted to full Commun- 
ion. 
Dec 1 1: Will" 1 Witham Sen 1 ' & Mary his wife owned the 

Covenant and w r baptized. 
Item Thomas Quint was baptized on his Grandfather 

Row's account. 
Dec 8 Richard Furbur owned the Covenant & had his 

child baptized Frances. 
Dec 10 Abigail Daughter to Benj & Deborah Bickford 

was baptized. 
Dec 22 William Witham & Peter Witham owned the 

Covenant & w r baptized. 
Dec 29 Elizabeth Knight was admitted to full Commun- 
ion in our Church. 

1724 Jan 19: George, Peter, & Joseph^children to Clem- 

ent & Eliz a Messervey w 1 ' baptized. 
John Fabyan Deacon & John Downing Cap" were 
chosen Elders of y e Church by vote of the Brethren. 



62 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1724 April 30 John, Mary, Sarah, Phebe & Patience chil- 
dren to John & Charity Walingford were baptized. 
.June 18 Sarah Hoit owned the Covenant & was Baptized. 

July 26 Paul Son to Benj" & Patch was baptized. 

Aug 81 16 Richard, John, Ebenezer, Mary, & Jane Place 
& Abigail Walker owned y e Covenant & w r bap- 
tized. 
Sep r 20 Ul Elizabeth Carter owned the Covenant & was 
baptized & also admitted to full Communion. 
Item Rosimund Nutter was admitted to full Commun- 
ion. 
Item Richard Carter & Sarah his wife: also Mary Ca- 
ter & Deborah Mary & Sarah Children w r baptized. 
Oct 4 Jonathan Joseph & Eunice Children to John & 
Eunice Plaice w r baptized. 
Item Abraham & Abigail Children to Eben 1 & Jane 
Plaice w r baptized. 
18 Joseph Walker owned the Covenant. 

Item John Son to John & Elizabeth Dam was bap- 
tized. 
Nov 1 Nelson Son to Jonathan & Eliza Downing was 
baptized. 
Item Joseph Son to Joseph & Abigail Walker was 

baptized. 
Item Allice Daughter to Samuel & Allice Rawlins 
was baptized. 
Dec 6 Theophilus Son to Moses &• Abigail Damm was 
baptized. 
13 Hipworth Son to John & Mary Huntris was bap- 
tized 
1724/5 Jan 27 Mr William Knight of Portsmouth owned 
the Covenant. 
Jan 31 Rosimund Nutter Daughter to Mrs Rosi d Nutter 

was baptized. 
Feb 28 Richard Dam owned the Covenant & had his 

Daughter baptized Mary. 
Mar 14 Mrs Coleman own'd y e Covenant and was bap- 
tized & also admitted to full Communion & had a 
son baptized James. 
Item Richard Son to John & Hannah Carter was bap- 
tized. 
Item Hepzibeth daughter to Richard Carter & Sarah 
was baptized. 



BAPTISMS. 63 

1725 April 4 John Trickey & Mary his wife own'd y e 

Covenant, w r baptized & admitted to full Commun- 
ion. 
Item John, Ephraim, Mary, Allice, Sarah y r Children 

were baptized. 
Item Hannah Daughter to Joseph & Elizabeth Adams 

was baptized. 
Harry a Negro boy 
April 18 Thomas Trickey & Mary his wife owned y e 
Coven* & w r baptized. 
Item Isaac & Jonathan Sarah Abigail Elizabeth & 
Mary y r Children w r baptized. 
May 9 Mehitable Daughter to Thomas & Hannah Ayer 

was baptized. 
May 23 William Son to Thomas & Rachel Row was bap- 
tized. 
Item Elizabeth Daughter to Jethro & Hannah Bick- 
ford was baptized.' 
June 27 John Wallingford & Charity his wife were ad- 
mitted to full Communion in our Church. 
Aug 1 Anna Walker owned the Covenant & had her 

Daughter baptized Bridget. 
Sep* 12 Mary Furbur had her son baptized Richard. . 
Sep r 19 Mary Coobroth owned y e Covenant and was bap- 
tized. 
Item James Pitman, William & Joseph & Benjamin 
Sons & Susanna & Mehitabel Daughters w r bap- 
tized. 
Oct 17 Benjamin y* Son to Benja: & Deborah Bickford 
was baptized. 

1726 Jan 2 Josiah Son to Joshua & Susanna Downing 

was baptized upon his owning the Covenant. 

Feb 13 Joshua Pickering owned y e Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 

Mar 27 Thomas Row & Rachel his wife were admitted 
to full Communion in this Church. 

Apr 10 Benj Downing & Elizabeth his wife own'd the 
Covenant & had y r Daughter baptized Allice. 

Item Thomas Trickey & wife had a son Baptized 
Joseph. 

11 Jonathan Son to Richard & Elizabeth Dam was 
baptized. 



64 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1726 May 15 Joseph Son to Joshua and Deborah Pick- 
ering was baptized. 

29 Ann Daughter to Eliezer and Ann Coleman was 
baptized. 

Item Peter Son to John & Charity Walingford was 

baptized. 
Item Jude Daughter to Sarah Witham was baptized. 
June 26 Jane Daughter to Ebenezer & Jane Plaice was 

baptized. 
July 3 Mrs Susanna Downing was admitted to full Com- 
munion, 
•luly 3 Patience Moulton owned y e Coven 1 & was bap- 
tized. 
Item Abigail Hoit owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 
July 10 Ebenezer Plaice was admitted to full Commun- 
ion in y* Church, 
Aug 7 Elihu Son to John & Mary Trickey was baptized. 
14 Elizabeth Daughter to John & Hannah Carter was 
baptized. 
Aug st 28 Elnathan Son to John & Elizabeth Dam was 
baptized. 
Item Lydia Daughter to Samuel & Allice Rawlins 
was baptized. 
Sep 1 11 Ebenezer Son to Joseph and Elizabeth Adams 
was baptized. 
Item Richard Son to Sam 1 & Sarah Nutter was bap- 
tized. 
Sep r 18 John Son to Benjamin & Lydia Patch was bap- 
tized. 
Oct 2 Rebecca Ayer was admitted to full Communion 
in y s Church. 

9 Seth & Deliverance Children to Edward & Deliver- 
ance Walker were baptized. 

23 Nathaniel Meservey owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 

Item Samuel Walton was admitted to full Commun- 
ion in y 8 Church. 

30 Abigail Nutter own'd y e Cove nt & had her Daughter 
baptized Ann. 

Item Elizabeth Daughter to Thomas & Rachel Row 
was baptized. 



AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAYAL 

SERYICE. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 
[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 30.] 

James Hayley,* Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered 
for, cruize; wages per mo., $6§;§ place of residence, Kit- 
tery; stature, 6 ft. 0% in.; hair, dark; American. 

Jotham Booker,* Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered 
for, cruize; wages per mo., $6§;§ place of residence, Old 
York; stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; hair, sandy; American. 

Isaac Worthen,* Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered 
for, cruize; wages per mo., $6f;§ place of residence, Can- 
dy; stature, 5 ft. 5£ in.; hair, light; American. 

David Tina,* Marine; time of entry, Aug. 1; time entered for, 
cruize; wages per mo., $6f;§ place of residence, Old York; 
stature, 5 ft. 6 in.; hair, dark; American. 

John Rollings,* Marine; time of entry, Aug* 3; time entered 
for, 1 year; place of residence, Portsrn ; stature, 5 ft. 3| in.; 
hair, brown; American. 

William Crucy,f Marine; time of entry, Aug 1 3; time enter- 
ed for, cruize; place of residence, Durham P 1 ; stature; 5 ft. 
1^ in.; hair, sandy; American. 

Robert Williams, Ordinary; time of entry, Aug. 3; time enter- 
ed for, cruize; wages per mo., 6|;§ place of residence, Bar- 
enton,[Barrington]; stature, 5 ft. 7£ in.; hair, dark; Amer- 
ican. 

William Tubb,* Seaman; time of entry, Aug. 4. 

Robert Cochran, Cooper; time of entry, Aug. 5; time entered 
for, cruize; wages per mo., $9; stature, 5 ft. 8 in.; hair, dark; 
American. 

Primus MTntyer,*f Ordinary; time of entry, Aug. 5; time of 
appearance, Dischd; time entered for, 1 year; place of resi- 
dence, Old York; stature, 5 ft. 7 in.; hair, black; American. 

David Brown, Seaman; time of entry, Aug. 8; time entered 

for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; stature, 5 ft. 7i in.; hair, 

dark. 

*Name signed by mark. tName crossed. 

§In original, the fraction is four-sixths in figures. — Ed. 



66 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

William Thresher,* Seaman; time of entry, Aug. 2; time en- 
tered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, 
Portsm ; stature, 5 ft. 2£ in.; hair, dark; American. 

Timothy Watson, Carp 8 Crew; time of entry, Aug. 2; time 
entered for, 1 year; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, 
Portsm . 

Moses Twombly, Marine; time of entry, Aug. 2; time entered 
for, 1 year. 

Daniel Lang, Midship; time of entry, July 15; time entered 
for, 1 year; wages pernio., $12; place of residence, Portsm ; 
hair, dark; American. 

James Eairs,* S Tayler; time of entry, Aug' 10; time entered 
for, cruize; place of residence, Portsmouth; stature, 5 ft. 
4£ in.; hair, dark; American. 

William Laery, Marine; time of entry Aug. 1; time entered 
for, cruize; wages pernio., $6§; place of residence, Durham; 
stature 5 ft. 1 in.; hair, sandy; American. 

Josiah Winchester; time of entry, Aug 81 24; time entered for, 
cruize; place of residence, Anapolis, Schooner Delight: 
American. 

Benj" Prince, Ordinary; time of entry, Aug** 24; time entered 
for, cruize; place of residence, Boston, Schooner Delight; 
American. 

Charles Dowsitt; time of entry, Aug st 24; time entered for, 
cruize; place of residence, Anapolis, Schooner Delight: 
American. 

James Wright, Seaman; time of entry, Aug 8t 24; time entered 
for, cruize; place of residence, New York, Schooner De- 
light; hair, dark; Irishman. 

John M c Lindon, Seaman; time of entry, Sep r 3; place of resi- 
dence, Schooner Delight; hair, dark; Irishman. 

Rob 1 Robinson; time of entry, Sep r 3; place of residence, 
Schooner Delight; North Brittain. 

John Ifenshaw,* Seaman; time of entry, Sep 1 ' 3; place of resi- 
dence, Schooner Delight; Englishman. 

William Waters, Seaman; time of entry, Oct 5; time entered 
for, 1 year; place of residence, Ship Jamaica; hair, dark: 
Englishman. 

John Sedey,* Boy; time of entry, Oct 5; time entered for, 1 
year; place of residence, Ship Jamaica; hair, dark: Scotsman. 

Maturant Pereness;f time of entry, Nov. 1; time entered for. 
3 years; Frenchman. 
♦Name signed by mark. iName crossed. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 67 

Francois Reo;f J time of entry, Nov. 4; time entered for, 3 
years; Frenchman. 

Patrick Kadru; time of entry, Nov. 4; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; hair, dark; Frenchman. 

Peter Bourdon;f time of entry, Nov. 7; time entered for, 3 
years; Frenchman. 

Peter LaCoste,f Seaman; time of entry, Nov r 20; place of res- 
idence, L'Orient; hair, dark; Frenchman. 

John Grignard,f Seaman; time of entry, Nov 1 ' 20; place of 
residence, S* Maloes; hair, sandy; Frenchman. 

Thomas Clouston, Volenteer; time of entry, Dec r 3 rd ; time en- 
tered for, cruize; wages per mo., $8; place of residence, 
Newbury; hair, light; North Brittain. 

Julien Trigal; time of entry, Nov. 4; time entered for, 3 years; 
place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Francois Duval, Marine; time of entry, Nov. 21 st ; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Julien Guilloret; time of entry, Nov. 27; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Jean Marie, Ordinary; time of entry, Dec 1 ' 2 nd ; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Joseph M. Depouzole, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 2 d ; time 
entered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; French- 
man. 

Nicholas Naquant, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 4; time enter- 
ed for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Victor Bazin; time of entry, Dec. 8; time entered for, 3 years; 
place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Julien Jean, Qua r Gun r ; time of entry, Dec. 8; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Jean Mitchel, Seaman; time of entry, Dec r 8; time entered for, 
3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Mathurin Huit, Ordinary; time of entry, Dec. 8; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Andrew D'Jean, Ordinary; time of entry, Dec. 10; time en- 
tered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Guilleaume Morin, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 11; time en- 
tered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Augustin DeLorme, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 13 th ; time 
entered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; French- 
man. 

tName crossed. |The names of the Frenchmen here- 

after given were all written by the same person. — Ed. 



68 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Nicholas Lemee,* Boy; time of entry, Dec. 13 th ; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Oliver Huit, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 13 th ; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient: Frenchman. 

Jean Quornon, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 14 th ; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

John Johnson, Seaman: time of entry, Dee. 17 th : time enter- 
ed for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Leonard Ponte; time of entry, Dee. 17 th ; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Pierre D'Zage; time of entry, Dec 17 th : time entered for, 3 
years: place of residence, I /Orient; Frenchman. 

Augnstin Philipon; time of entry, 1777, Decern. 17; time en- 
tered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Pierre Jarige; time of entry, Dec. 17; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Louis Bussonn, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 17; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Louis Canvel, Marine; time of entry, Dee. 18; lime entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Marc Lestuan; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Pierre Eyqnem; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Jousint Jany; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Mathurin Duchesne; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 
3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Guilleaume Plnrien; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 
3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Francois Corzenac; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 
3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Pierre D'Flan; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered for, 3 
years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Jean Francois, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Claude Larbouette, Marine; time of entry, Dee. 19; time en- 
tered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 

Mathurin Gantier, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 19; time en- 
tered for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient: Frenchman. 

Henry Quelee, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered 
for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
♦Possibly this name is Semee.— Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 69 

Charles Bouron, Boy; time of entry, Dec. 19; time entered 

for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Pierre Menguy, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 21; time entered 

for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Louis Guyllot; time of entry, Dec. 22; time entered for, 3 

years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Jean Fady, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 24; time entered for, 

3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Jacque Samour, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 26; time entered 

for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Bastien Guyomart, Boy; time of entry, Dec. 26; time entered 

for, 3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Louis Alain, Marine; time of entry, Dec. 29; time entered for, 

3 years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Joseph Marion; time of entry, Dec. 29; time entered for, 3 

years; place of residence, L'Orient; Frenchman. 
Peter Maxwell; time of entry, Feb y 2 nd ; place of residence, 

Sloop Granville; North Brittain. 
Thomas Newman; time of entry, Feb y 2 d ; place of residence, 

Sloop Granville. 
George Towns;* time of entry, Feb y 2 d ; place of residence, 

Sloop Granville. 
John Dalling; time of entry, Feb y 2 d ; place of residence, Sloop 

Granville. 
Peter Sanno; time of entry, Feb y 2 nd ; time entered for, 3 years; 

place of residence, Sloop Granville; complexion, black; Af- 

frican. 
Cornelius Delany, Boy; time of entry, Feb y 2 nd ; time entered 

for, 3 years; place of residence, Sloop Granville; Irish. 
Joseph Hamilton;* time of entry, Feb y 2 nd ; place of residence, 

Sloop Granville; North Brittain. 

MEMO OF MEN ABSENT ON FURLOUGH FROM THE 

SHIP RALEIGH. 

Sam 1 Farnham; time went on furlough, April 8, (1777); num- 
ber of days obtained leave for, 12; when returned, Run. 

Will" 1 Murray; time went on furlough, May; when returned, 
Run. 

James M c Intyer; time went on furlough, May 31; number of 
days obtained leave for, 6; when returned, June 9 Ul ; num- 
ber of days absent, 9. 
*Name signed by mark. — Ed. 



70 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Kieh d Baxter; time went on furlough, July 9; number of days 
obtained leave for, 7; when returned, July 16; number of 
days absent, 7. 

Piere Murphy; time went on furlough, July 9; number of 
days obtained leave for, 7; when returned, July 10: num- 
ber of days absent, 7. 



ACCOUNT OF MEN RUN FROM THE SHIP RALEIGH. 

Alexander Jones, Corporal; time run, Feb y 27, 1777; when 

bro* on board, taken at Boston & put on b d the Boston 

Frigate. 
Joseph Bridden, Marine; time run, Mar. 20, 1777. 
Thomas Watkins,f Seaman; time run, Mar, 26. 
Sam 1 Farnham, Marine; time run, Ap 1 20, 1777; whether, 

went Home on Furlough. 
Edward Page, Marine; time run, Apr. 10, 1777. 
Will 1 " Murray, Marine; time run, May 17, 1777; whether, 

went Home on Furlough. 
W m S. Anderson, Seaman; time run, June 9, 1777; whether, 

Priv 1 Satisfaction. 
Nath 1 Hothorne, Ordinary; time run, June 10, 1777: whether, 

Priv 1 Satisfaction. 
Jeremiah Dutch, Marine. 



A LIST OF THE OFFICERS AND CREW, OF THE CONTI- 
NENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 

[The following list of the officers and crew of the Continental frigate 
Raleigh, as the list stood on January 22, 1778 was found among the 
papers of Capt. Thomas Thompson. The names were written on 
two sheets of paper attached together with sealing-wax as one; the 
larger sheet is fourteen by eighteen inches, and the smaller, containing 
a list of Frenchmen entered at L'Orient, is five by fourteen inches. 
The names were written in three columns; on the back of the larger 
sheet are seven names that could not be entered on the front side for 
want of space, these are given as the last seven in the list. The follow- 
ing is an exact transcript of the list.] 

A List of all Officers, Volunteers, Seamen, Marines & tc on 
Board the Raleigh Frigate, Thomas Thompson Esq r Com- 
mander in the Service of the United States of N° America 
January 22 d , 1778. 

tName and date crossed, apparently an error in the original or per- 
haps he returned and the record was crossed. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 



71 



No. 


Names. 


Quality. 


2 


Peter Shores 


l 8t Lieu* 


3 


Josiah Shackford 


2 nd D° 


4 


Hopley Yeaton 


3rd J)o 


5 


Thomas Manning 


Master 


6 


George J. Osborne 


Capt n Marines 


7 


Stephen Meeds 


1 st L' D° 


8 


Nath 1 Twing 


2 ud Lt D o 


9 


John Jackson 


Surgeon 


10 


John Adams 


Volunteer 


11 


Joseph Muchamore 


D° 


12 


William Bray 


Boatswain 


13 


William Cambridge 


Gunner 


14 


Simeon Fernald 


Carpenter 


15 


John Yeaton 


Mate 


16 


Robert Curtis 


D° 


17 


Thomas Clouston 


Volunteer 


18 


John Frost 


Midship 


19 


Samuel M c Clintock 


D° 


20 


Richard Littlefield 


D° 


21 


Daniel Durgin 


D° 


22 


Daniel Lang 


D° 


23 


Richard Langdon 


Cap 18 Clerk 


24 


John Quin 


Serg s Mate 


25 


Samuel Smith 


D° 


26 


Samuel Parcher 


Steward 


27 


William Ward 


Coxswain 


28 


Robert Whipple 


Armourer 


29 


Robert Cockran 


Cooper 


30 


James Furlong P 


Boatsw 8 Mate 


31 


Henry Williams 


D° 


32 


Phillip M c Cann P 


D° 


33 


William Stevens P - 


Cook 


34 


Henry T. Cate 


Mast r a* Arms 


35 


Francis Little 


Gunn 8 Mate 


36 


Nicholas Bouffard 


D° Yeoman 


37 


Ebenezer Pray 


Carp 8 Mate 


38 


Mathias Bell 


D° Yeoman 


39 


Benjamin Dam 


Sailmak. M a 


40 


Joseph Clements 


Cap 8 Steward 


41 


Thomas Passmore 


Quart Mast r 


42 


John Tanner 


D° 


43 


David Brown 


D° 



72 



AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 



No. 


Names. 




Quality. 


44 


Peter Messuere 




D° 


45 


Mark Pitman 




D° 


46 


Ebenezer Stackpole 




D° 


47 


Joshua Fumald 




Carpen ts Crew 


48 


James Clarige 




D° 


49 


Peter Kennistone 




D° 


50 


John Carr Roberts 




D° 


51 


George Spinney 




D° 


52 


Timothy Watson 




D° 


53 


Daniel Melony 




Seamen 


54 


Michael Everett 


P 


D° 


55 


John Morgan 




D° 


56 


Richard Weaver 




D° 


57 


Thomas Watkins 




D° 


58 


Robert Ellis 


P 


D° 


59 


John Spenly 


P 


D° 


60 


John Turkan 


P 


D° 


61 


Thomas Foggitt 


P 


D° 


62 


Joseph Gerrish 




D° 


63 


William Thresher 




Quart Gunner 


64 


Thomas Smith 


P 


Seaman 


65 


John Simpson 


P 


D° 


66 


Jonathan Chase 




D° 


67 


Robert Spencer 




D° 


68 


Sam 1 W. Burnham 




D° 


69 


Paul Tibbits 


P 


D° 


70 


James Richardson 


P 


D° 


71 


John Parker 




D° 


72 


John Castle 




D° 


73 


Robert Heslop 




Qua r Gun 1 


74 


Aaron Abbot 




Seaman 


75 


Peter Galteau 


P 


D° 


76 


William Follett 




D° 


77 


David Davidson 




D° 


78 


Casar Lear 




D° 


79 


Daniel Steward 




D° 


80 


Edward Parsons 




D° 


81 


Samuel Weyman 




D° 


82 


Joseph Whittemore 




D° 


83 


Nathaniel Allen 




D° 


84 


John Adams 2 nd 




D° 


85 


George Crump 




D° 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 



73 



No. 


Names. 


Quality. 


86 


Charles Dowsit P 


D° 


87 


James Wright 


D° 


88 


John Henshaw P 


D° 


89 


Robert Robertson P 


D° 


90 


William Waters 


D° 


91 


Daniel Grandy P 


Ordinary 


92 


Patrick Lynch 


D° 


93 


Peter Jones P 


D° 


94 


John Adams 1 st 


D° 


95 


Joseph Clark 


D° 


96 


James Sullivan P 


D° 


97 


Peter Adams 


D° 


98 


Pompey Sweat 


D° 


99 


Dodge Collins 


D° 


100 


Samuel M c Connel 


D° 


101 


Robert M c Daniel 


D° 


102 


Robert Williams 


D° 


103 


John Powel 


D° 


104 


John Grant 


D° 


105 


Joseph Cotton P 


D° 


106 


John Gammon 


D° 


107 


Peiree Murphy 


D° 


108 


John Carr 


D° 


109 


Robert Nason 


D° 


110 


James Ayers P 


D° 


111 


John Merritt 


D° 


112 


Benj a Redman 


D° 


113 


Moses Noble 


D° 


114 


Robert Furnace 


D° 


115 


PhillipWorster 


D° 


116 


Joshua Scates 


D° 


117 


Stephen Frost 


D° 


118 


William Philbrook 


D° 


119 


John Gunnison 


D° 


120 


George Shaw 


D° 


121 


Sam 1 Demerritt 


D° 


122 


William Harrison 


D° 


123 


Benj a Seawards 


D° 


124 


Timothy Glee son 


Stewards Mate 


125 


John Walls 


Ordinary 


126 


Robert Carter 


D° 


127 


John Sloper 


D° 



74 



AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SEI5VICE. 



No. 


Names. 


Quality. 


128 


Mark Snider 


Ordinary 


129 


George Rundlet I 


D° ' 


130 


Moses Twonibly 


D° 


131 


William Larey P D° 


132 


Thomas Larraby 


D° 


133 


Charles Maus 


D° 


134 


Asa Kimbal 


D° 


135 


Richard Sweeney P D° 


136 


Benjamin Prince 


D° 


137 


Richard Baxter 


Boy 


138 


Daniel Munchor 


D° 


139 


Edward Wilson 


D° 


140 


John Shores 


D* 


141 


Peter Edney 


D° 


142 


Reuben Noble 


D° 


143 


William Bragden 


D° 


144 


John Sidey 


D° 


145 


William Hart 


Serg 1 Marines 


146 


John Mills l» l 


Corp D° 


147 


Geo: Rollins 


D° D° 


148 


Joseph Jackson 


D° D° 


149 


John Scates 


D° D° 


150 


James M c Intyer I 


Drummer 


151 


Theodore Fernald 


Fifer 


152 


Simeon Tibbits 


Marine 


153 


John Mills 2 nd 


D° 


154 


Daniel Smith 


D° 


155 


Ichabod Tibbits 


D° 


156 


John Hill 


D° 


157 


George Holm 


D° 


158 


Satchewel Rundlet 


D° 


159 


Alex a Goold 


D° 


160 


James Allen 


D° 


161 


W m Knight 


D° 


162 


G. Andrew Rankin 


D° 


163 


Jotham Booker 


D° 


164 


Isaac Worthen 


D" 


165 


John Davis 


D° 


166 


George Parcher I 


> D o 


167 


George Loud 


D° 


168 


John Libbey 


1)» 


169 


Simeon Gray 


D» 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE RALEIGH. 



75 



No. 


Names. 


Quality. 


170 


John Wedgwood 


Marine 


171 


Ebenezer Whitehouse 


D° 


172 


Wiggin Evans 


D° 


173 


William Mendnm 


D° 


174 


Mark Nelson 


D° 


175 


David Tina 


D° 


176 


Sam 1 Clay 


D° 


177 


Benjamin Worster 


D° 


178 


John M c Coy 


D° 


179 


Thomas Murphy 


Ordinary 


180 


John Harman 


D° 


List of Frenchmen Entered at L'Orient 


181 


Julien Trigal 


Seaman 


182 


Julien Guilloret 


D° 


183 


Victor Bazin 


D° 


184 


Julien Jean 


Qua Gun 


185 


John Johnson 


Seaman 


186 


Leonard Ponte 


D° 


187 


Pierre Dezage 


D° 




Augustin Phillipon 


D° 




Pierre Jarige 


D° 


190 


Marc Lestuan 


D° 




Pierre Eyquem 


D° 




Toussin Jany 


D° 




Mathurin Duchesne 


D° 




Guillaume Plurien 


D° 


195 


Francois Corzenac 


D° 




Pierre DeFlau 


Seaman 




Louis Guyllot 


D° 




Joseph Marion 


D° 




Jean Marie 


Ordinary 


200 


Mathurin Huet 


D° 




Andrew Dejean 


D° 




Louis Busson 


D° 




Patris Quadreau 


D° 




Nicholas Lemee 


Boy 


205 


Charles B our on 


D° 




Nicholas Naquant 


Marine 




Francois Duval 


D° 




Guillaume Morin 


D° 




Oliver Huit 


D° 



76 AMERICAN REVoLlTIONARY NAVAL KERV1CK. 



No. 


Names. 


Quality. 


210 


Augustin DeLoniK' 


Marine 




Jean Quornon 


D° 




Louis Canvel 


D° 




Jean Francois 


I)° 




Claude Salonette* 


D° 


215 


Mathurin Gautier 


D° 




Henry Quelee 


D° 




Pierre Menguy 


D° 




Jean Fady 


D° 




Jacque Lamourf 


D° 


220 


Louis Alain 


D° 




Bastien Guyomart 


Boy 




Peter Maxwel 


Able 




Geo: Towns 


D° 




Jn° Dalling 


D° 




Tho s Newman 






Jo: Hamilton 






Cornelius Delany 


Boy 




Peter Sanno 


Ordinary 


(End of list. Raleigh records to 


be continu< 



PARISH REGISTER SOCIETY OF DUBLIN. 

The Parish Register Society of Dublin, Ireland, has been 
recently organized for the purpose of publishing the different 
Parish Registers of Ireland. It is the intention to publish 
first the Registers o+' St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, from 
their commencement in 1685 to 1800; and next the Registers 
of St. John's Parish, the oldest in Dublin, and beginning in 
1619. Many people from the north part of Ireland settled 
in New Hampshire in early times and some from the central 
and southern parts. The publication of the Parish Registers 
will be of great convenience and benefit to people of New 
Hampshire, and we hope subscriptions for the same will be 
sufficient to enable the society to make rapid progress in the 
work. For full particulars about the society and its work in- 
quire of the Hon. Secretary, Herbert Wood, 6 Clarinda Park, 
East, Kingstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland. 

*Name can be read Lalonette. 
I Name can be read Samour. — En. 



JOURNAL OF KEY. JOHN PIKE. 

1678—1709. 



[The original Journal of Rev. John Pike is now in the possession of 
the Massachusetts Historical Society, at Boston; this copy is published 
by permission of the society. 

Rev. John Pike was born May 13, 1653, at Salisbury, Mass. He was 
son of Maj. Robert and Sarah (Sanders) Pike of Salisbury, and grand- 
son of John Pike, who came from Langford, England, in the ship 
"James" in 1635. Rev. John Pike graduated at Harvard College in the 
year 1675; he took the oath of Freeman that same year. He studied 
Theology and commenced preaching occasionally at Dover, November 
1, 1678, though he was not settled there until August 31, 1681, being 
the ninth minister of Dover. He married Sarah, daughter of Rev. 
Joshua and Martha (Collins) Moody of Portsmouth, May 5, 1681. They 
had ten children, the names of whom are given below in the Journal. 
He died at Dover, sometime between the 6th and 10th of March, in the 
year 1709-10. His will was dated March 6, and proved March 10, 1709- 
10. He was an able preacher, very grave and venerable in manner, and 
seldom used notes in preaching. His Journal is divided into three parts 
or divisions, named Personal Occurrents, Observable Seasons and Ob- 
servable Providences. We publish the whole of the first and third di- 
visions and a few paragraphs of Observable Seasons year 1684, about 
the dark day of that year and the high tides. ] 

A MEMORANDUM OF PERSONAL OCCURRENTS. 

John Pike Came to Dover for y 8 work of the Ministry 
Nov: 1, 1678. 

Married Sarah, the second daughter of M r Joshua Moodey 
May 5, 81. 

Took office Aug. 31 folio wg. 1681, being a stormy day, 
the same in w ch M 1 ' Moodey with his wife & others were 
overset in a Cannoe, & in some danger of drowning. 

My fr son was born Mar: 30: 1682, — but being still-born 
was buried Anonymous, he was born Thursday about 11 
clock at night. 

My son Nathaniel was born Jim: 3: 1683, about 10 at 
night, Sabbath. 

My son Robert was born Feb: 6, 1685 about 12 at night 
Saturd. 

My daughter Abigal was born Ap: 3, 1688, betwixt 4 & 
5 in afternoon, Tuesday. 

My twin daughters Hanna & Mary were born May 18, 
1691 — about 8 Clock at night, Monday. 



78 JOURNAL OF KEY. JOHN PIKE. 

My son Joshua was born June 14, 1693, about two-Clock 
in y e afternoon Wednsday. 

[The births of Samuel, April 1, 1695; Abigail, December 
22, 1697; and Margaret, .January 31, 1698/9, are recorded, 
with dates of deaths, under years 1699 and 1702.] 

My j-oungest son Solomon was born May 23, about one of 
the clock in the morning, Thursday, 1700. 

Upon the desolation of Cochecho* my family Removed to 
Portsmouth: Jun. 28, 1689. 

Removed from Portsmo: to Hampton, Octo: 24, 1690. — 
This year the Army went to Canada, & the small-pox Raged 
much (all winter) at Piseataqua. 

Removed from Hampton to Newberry, Feb: 4, 1691. — went 
to Salem for Cure of mine eye, Feb. 13 Instant, and Return- 
ed Mar. 30. Summer following many persons to y e number 
of 19 were condemned & executed for witchcraft at Salem, 
& many more accused. 

Removed from Newberry to Portsmouth again, Octo. 6, 
1692. 

Entered upon y r Majesties service for Pemmaqd-Fort, 
Octo. 16, 1694, — sayled from Great-Island Octo. 17, & ar- 
rived at Pemmaquid, 26. 

Returned from Pemmaqd to Portsmo: July 13, 1695. 

Removed my family from Portsmouth to Dover, Nov. 11, 
1698. Continue 11 there with my Family four years wanting 
20 days. — Removed for Salisbury Octo: 21, 1702. — Began to 
keep house at Dover, after the death of my dear wife, Jan. 1, 
1706[/7]. 

OBSERVABLE SEASONS. 
1684. 

1684. — March 22. A prodigious Tvde rising some feet 
higher y" the observation of oldest standers (in this place) 
did great Damage to wharves & ware-houses in Boston & 
Pascataqua. 

April 22. Hapned a Tyde little inferiour to the former, 
& in some places flowed somewhat higher. 

Nov: 8. Was exceeding dark from ten in the morning till 
two in y e afternoon w ch might be occasioned by a very black 

*C'ochecho was that part of Dover where the compact part of the city 
is now located. The old church, of Rev. John Pike's time, stood about 
four miles to the southward of Cochecho, at what is now called Dover 
Neck.— Eu. 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 79 

& thick cloud passing over very Low: it seemed as though 
the sun had been greatly & totally eclipsed. 



OBSERVABLE PROVIDENCES. 
1682—1709. 

Anno: dom. 1682[/3]. Jan: 3. Colonel Waldrons mills 
burnt down in a very Rainey night. 

Feb: 14. [1682/3.] Mrs Hannah Waldron died, & was 
inhumed 16, which was the Revolution of her marriage-day. 

Feb. 8, 1684[/5]. An earth-quake was sensibly observed 
by many: tho not universally perceived: This hapned Sab- 
bath-day four a clock afternoon. 

1685. — July 15. Humphry Tiffany & Frances Low trav- 
elling betwixt Swanzy & Boston, were slain with Lightning. 

Dec: 19. M r Joseph Hall of Greenland deceased with the 
small pox. He had been 111, but knew not his Distemper till 
a little time bef: he died. 

Feb. 7. [1685/6]. M M Ann Waldron dyed after two 
moneths sore sickness & misery. 

Feb. 19. L' Anthony Nutter of Welch-Cove* deceased of 
the smal-pox bef: it came out. 

1686. — Dec: 3. M r Stockman was suddenly seazed w th an 
Appoplex about 10 in y e morning, w ch wholly bereaved him 
of his speech & Life too in Evening following. 

Mar. 2. [1686/7]. Abigail Moodey dyed of smal-pox, y e 
fourth day after it broke out upon her. 

1687. Dec: 9. John Winget dyed. 

[1688]. This year y e Meazells Raged thro out y e Country 
beginning at Boston, & so Coming easward. 

Jun. 10: 1688. My family was visited w th the Meazells, 
and all had it (except myself) y l were then extant, viz. my 
wife being in her 24 th year, my son Nath: in his fifth year. 
Robertt was about two years & three mounths old. — Abigail 
hardly two moneths. Twas soon over w th the children. 

Jan: 17. [1688/9]. Master Heard deceased after short 
sickness. 

Jan: 24. Mrs. Colcord died of an Appoplex. 

1689. Jun: 28. The eastern Ind ns joyning with those of 
Pennicook (thro the Instigation of Hawkins a Sagamore) 
suddenly seized on Cochecho, about break of day, w n all 

•Welsh Cove is on the Newington shore of Little Bay; it still retains 
its ancient name. — Ed. 



80 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

things were silent & secure. Killed 23 persons, principal of 
w"— Maj: Waldron, M r Leigh, M r Evens, Rich. Otice, Jo: 
Dug, Jo: Duncan, Dan. Lunt, Jos: Sanders, Step: Otice, Jos: 
Bus, Wm. Bus, Win. Ann, Win. Horn & old widow Hand- 
son. Carried Captive 29, whereof the chief, Jo: Chh, Mrs. 
Leigh, Tobias Hand: wife, Otice's wife, Sarah Gerrish &°. 

Aug. following James huggin, of Oyster R* was slain, 
his Garrison taken, & 18 persons killed & Carried away. 

Jan. 27. 1689 [/90]. Deacon Dam deceased with age 
weakness & Illness. 

Feb. 2. Sennectade a Dutch-Town was suddenly surpriz- 
ed by the Indians & French. 60 persons were slain & 27 
Carried Captive. 

Mar. 1 8. [1689/90]. Salmon Fallsf was surprized by the 
Indians & French, just after the manner of Cochecho. The 
whole place was destroyed w th tire, 27 persons slain & 52 
Carried Captive. 

1690. July 4. Seven persons were slain & a Lad taken 
at Lampereel River.J 

July 5. The enemy Advancing toward Exiter, set upon 
Hilton's Gar: w ch L* Bancroft endeavoring to Relieve, 8 or 9 
of his men were slain. 

July 6. Cap: Floyd fought the enemy at Wheelwright's 
pond but was forced to Retire with loss of 16 men. 

July 7. The enemy Came down upon Amsbury, took Capt. 
Foot alive, killed Philip Rowell & two more. 

Aug. 22. Phinehas Hull, with his wife, & Robert Young, 
travelling betwixt York & Kittery, the said Young was killed 
by the Indians, and Hull's wife taken, but himself escaped. 

Aug. 22. My dear Bro. Robert deceased by the malig- 
nant leaver, after he had been ten weeks weakened with the 
feaver & ague. 

Sep: 14. Amarocoggan fort taken on Sabbath day. 

Sep. 21. Fight at Mequoit near Casco, the enemy fled 
after y y had by Surprize & Ambushes slain & wounded 32 of 
our men. 8 of y m were killed, Rest wounded. 

Nov: 5. Being Wednesday, was accompanied with a small 
earthquake, early in the morning, w ch was not very terrible, 
tho sensibly observed by many. 

♦Oyster River now Durham was formerly a part of Dover. 

tSalmon Falls is a village in the town of Rollinsford, formerly a part 
of Dover. 

JLampereel River, as a place, was partly in Dover and partly in Ex- 
eter; it is now called Newmarket. — Ed. 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 81 

Dec: 6. M r Richard Martin Jim: deceased of the smal pox. 

1691. Sometime in July or Aug: this year, the French 
and Indians Came upon the English Forces under the Con- 
duct of Capt John March, Capt. Daniel King, Capt Samuel 
Sherburn & c , at a place Called Mequoit, when most of the 
Souldiers were gone aboard the vessels. The officers on 
shore had a sharp Conflict with them, but were forced to Re- 
tire on ship-bord- with the Loss of Capt Sherburn, & some 
others. L* John Allen here wounded, w th many more. 

Jan. 25. [1691/2]. Monday, 1 o clock in y e morning, the 
Indians fell upon York — killed about 48 persons (whereof y e 
Rev: M r Dummer was one) & Carried Captive 73. 

Sep. 28. David Hamelton, Henry Childe, & c . — were slain 
by Indians at Newich: [i. e., Newichawannock]. 

Sep. 29. Many persons to the number of 20 or 21, killed 
& carryed away at Sandy-Beach.* 

1692. Dec. 25. A dolefull and tremendous noise was 
affirmed to be heard in the Ayr nigh Capt Ger: Garrison, 
which Continued (with a little intermission) near half an 
hour. 

May 10, 1693. Tobias Handson killed by the Indians as 
he travelled the path near the west Corner of Thomas Downs 
his field. 

Oct: 15. Sabbath-day about 10 clock in y e morning A 
Great Rumbling noise was heard by many towards y e north- 
east, supposed to be a Considerable earth-quake. 

Jan. 21. [1693/4]. Another small Earth-quake happen- 
ed about two hours bef: day. 

April 2, 1694. M r Richard Martin Sen: deceased of the 
Leucophlegmatia, after half a years Illnes under y l distemper. 

Jun: 18. My dear daughter Abigail ended this life, being 
aged six years, two moneths & 15 days. She was taken with 
sore Grippings (occasioned by worms) About 9 Sabbath 
morning, & died next morning about 8. 

July 18. The Indians fell suddenly & unexpectedly upon 
Oyster-River about break of day. Took 3 Garrisons (being 
deserted or not defended) killed & Carried away 94 persons, 
& burnt 13 houses — this was the fr act of hostility Commit- 
ted by y m after y e peace Concluded at Pemmaqd. 

July 21. M rs Ursula Cutt (with 3 others) was slain p In- 
dians; as y y were busy ab l hay upon her plantation near boil- 
ing-Rock. 

*Sandy Beach was the name formerly given to Rye. — Ed. 



82 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

July 27. The enemy fell upon Groton ab* (lav-break, 
killed 22 persons & Captivated 13. 

Aug. 20. The Indians killed Henry Barns, Edward Ham- 
monds & his wife, as y 7 were work in a field at Spruce-Creek 
& the same day Dan: Leviston with a Lad at York. 

Aug. 24. Eight persons killed & Captivated at Long- 
Reach, 5 at Downings, & 3 at Tobys. 

Sep. 4. Joseph Pike & Richard Long were slain by the 
Indians, as y y travelled the head of the further end of pond- 
plain. The enemy lay in a deserted house by the way, or in 
a clump of bushes, or both. 

Nov. 19. Bommazeen with two other Indians seized at 
Pemmaqd. 

Jan. 21. [1694/5]. Marshal Roberts died, after 3 months 
Illness, viz. grt swelling with y e Dropsie. 

1695. — Mar. 28. Sergeant Isaac Tilton & Peter Dill go- 
ing off with a small birchen Canno into Pemmaquid-Sound, 
were by a sudden Gust of wind and snow overwhelmed, & 
both drown'd. 

Two souldrs taken near Saco-Fort, one killed, the other 
(nomine Dean) Carryed away. 

May 22. Eight Captives brought in to Pemmaqd. 

July 6 Capt Hammons taken by the Indians, as he was 
seeking a cow in Kittery woods next day Goodwife Johnson 
of York wounded by an unseen Indian, of w ch wound she 
died — next week two men kill d at Exiter. 

Aug. [5]. Roger s house taken at Billerica, & 15 or 16 
persons killed & Carryed away. 

Aug Serj: Tho: Haly kill d p Ind ns a little out of Saco- 
Fort. 

Sep. 9. Serj: Hugh March, Ed: Sargeant, John Linkhorn, 
& Tho: Johnson were slain, & six more wounded at Pem- 
maqd, as they were going round an high rocky point above 
the Barbican. 

Octo: 7. Browns house taken at Newberry by 5 Indians, 
9 persons Carried away. Cp. Greenlife wounded in pursue- 
ing the enemy. Captives all retaken, but some of y™, viz. 
[no names given] died of y e wounds. 

Mar. 3. [1695/6]. M r James Ailing minister of Salis- 
bury died, after 3 moneths sore sickness with dry Gripes. 

Dorothy Stockman died Mar. 18, [1695/6], after half years 
sickness with Consump: 

Doctor Fletcher deceased Sep. 5, 1695. 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 83 

Maj r Elias Stileman expired Dec. 19, 1695. 

M r Sam: Philips min r of Rowley dyed. [April 22, 1696.] 

M r John Richardson min r of Newberry dyed [April 27, 
1696]. 

Feb: 16: 95[/6]. Sab: day. Edggeremmet & Henqd two 
sagamores, with another Indian slain upon a treaty at Pem- 
maqd, & a fourth taken alive. 

May 7, 96. John Church Sen: slain by Indians (as he 
travelled to seek his horse) upon a little hill betwixt Coche- 
cho & Tole-end. 

Jun. 24, 96. Tho: Cole, Jeremy Storer, Josias Littlefield 
& y r wives, travelling towards night betwixt York & Wells, 
were assaulted by the Ind ns , Cole and his wife killed, the 
rest escaped, only Storers wife wounded. 

Jun. 26, 96. The Indians fell upon Sagamores Creek & 
Sherburns-plain,* killed [blank] persons, burnt 3 houses, & 
Carried away 4 captives, w ch were soon retaken. 

July 26, 96. Being sacrament day. An Ambush of In- 
dians layd between Capt Ger: field, & Tobias Hansons Or- 
chard, shot upon the poor peo: returning from Meeting, killed 
Nicho: Otice, Mary Downs, & Mary Jones. Wounded Rich: 
Otice, Antho: Lowden, & Exp: Heard. Took John Tucker, 
Nic: Otices w: & Judith Riccor. 

Aug: 13, 96. Old John Hoyt of Amsbury, & young Peters 
of Andover, were slain upon the road by Indians between 
Andover and Haver. 

Aug. , 96. Pemmaqd-Fort basely yielded up to the In- 
dians & French. 

Aug: 15, 96. Jonath Hains of Haver: & his 4 children 
Carried away by Indians. 

Aug. 25, 96. L nt Lock slain by the Indians at Sandy- 
beach. Soon after Arnold Breck & c shot at betwixt Hamp- 
ton & Greenland. 

Aug. 27, 96. David Davis killed by the Ind ns at Lubber- 
land. 

Octo: 13, 96. Five soldiers belonging to Saco-fort, killed 
or carried away by the Indians, the sixth (being wounded) 
made his escape. 

Feb. 10, 96 [/7]. Ben: Heard, Jun: died of malignant fe- 
ver. 

*Sagamore Creek and Sherburne's Plains were in Portsmouth; there 
were fourteen persons killed by the Indians, at the latter place, on 
June 26, 1696, and several wounded. — Ed. 



84 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PTKE. 

Feb. 20, 96 [/7]. Jam: Heard died of the same distem- 
per. 

Feb. 27, 96 [/7]. Robert Evens Sen. died of a Cancer 
after 9 moneths painful exercise. 

Feb. 27, 96[/7]. John Allin of Salsbury died very sud- 
denly at Jemaica. 

Mar: 15, 96/7. The Indians fell upon some part of Ha- 
verhill, about 7 in the morning, killed & carried away 39 
or 40 persons — two of these Captive women, viz. Dustan & 
Neff (with another young man) slew ten of the Indians, & 
returned home w Ul y' scalps. 

Mar. 16, 96/7. Elder Wentworth deceased a few days 
after he was taken speechles with a sudden shivering. 

Mar. 18, 96/7. John Jones died of malignant fever. 

Mar. 96 [/7]. John Horn died of y e same disease. 

Ap. 12, 97. Will" 1 Horn died of malignant fever and soon 
after his sister Margaret with the same distemper. 

Ap. 28, 97. John Hall, Sen: drowned coming up the River 
in a little float, near Green-point. 

May 20, 97. Young Moulton taken by the Indians at 
York. 

Jun. 10, 97. John Young of Exiter slain by y e Indians, 
his son wounded. Luke Wells (& a lad at Salsbury) the 
same day Carried away. 

July 4, 97. M r Joshua Moodey deceased of a wasting Con- 
sump: at Boston, Sab: day, little past 5 afternoon. — May 
Charles Frost slain by the Indians (as Returned from Meet- 
ing betwixt Smiths Gar: and his own) the same day, & near 
about the same time. Also Dennis Downing, & Phebe Heard 
slain at the same time, & John Heard wounded — Next Mon- 
day or Tuesday trooper Smith and young Simpson kill d com- 
ing post from Wells. 

July 29, 97. M rs Sarah Gerrish died of the fever & bleed- 
ing — Same day James Goodden (w tt two souldiers) slain bj- 
the Indians as y T were at work in y e meadow, & Will 11 " Good- 
en wounded. 

Aug. 7, 97. L l Pembleton Fletcher & his two sons taken 
by the Indians, & 3 souldiers of Saco-fort slain as y y were 
Landing at Cow-Island, but one of his sons was the same day 
Retaken with the slaughter of 3 or 4 enemy Indians. 

Nov. 15, 97. Tho: Chesley, Sen: slain by y e Indians not 
far from Johnsons Creek. Will Jackson taken at the same 
time, & at same time made his escape. 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 85 

Sep. 5, 97. French landed upon Cape-Cod, took 4 sloops 
& a Lighter, were repulsed by y e English & Cape-Indians — 
2 Frenchmen killed, 5 taken prisoners — 5 driven into the 
woods. 

Sep. Maj 1 ' March fought y e Indians & c at Winnegance — 
12 of ours slain, and 12 wounded. Capt Dimmock slain. 
Joseph Jacob slain. Capt Whiting wounded in the head, & 
Capt Philipps in the thigh. The enemy lost near about the 
same number & fled. 

Feb. 22, 97/98. About 30 Indians came to Andover, took 
Col. Bradstreets house and two more, killed Capt Pasco 
Chub and his wife, Maj: Wades son of Mystick, and two 
others. Carried Col: B. family a little way, & upon Cond: 
Released them. As y y returned by Haverhill they met with 
Jonath: Hains, and Sam: Ladd, with y 1 ' elder sons. The two 
fathers were slain, & the sons Carried away, but young Hains 
soon after Returned, which was his second escape from the 
enemy in less than two years time. 

May 9, 98. Enoch Hutchins was killed by the Indians at 
Spruce-Creek,* as he was at work in his field, & three of his 
sons Carried away. The same day Joseph Pray of York was 
wounded, it is likely by the same Indians, w m he supposed to 
be 15 in number. 

This summer was generally wet & pritty hot especially 
from y e first week in June, but from y e middle of Aug: it 
proved exceeding wet to y e great hindrance and dammage of 
husbandry. 

Sep. 30. Was a violent south-east storm that blew down 
many fences & shattered y e tops of some houses & barns. 

Octo. 13. A violent north-east storm produced y e like ef- 
fects, nearer y e sea it fell Rain, higher up the country snow. 

Octo. 15. Samuel Cutt deceased, after a weeks sickness 
of y e feaver. 

Octo. 19. A violent northest storm of Rain which melting 
the prementioned snow caused an extraord: freshet flowing 
higher than y e observation of oldest standers (in these parts), 
carried away many Loggs & boards, & endangered the very 
mills. 

Nov. 11 Removed my family from the Bank to Dover. 

Jan. 21, [1698/9.] Tho: Downs sen r : died after one months 
sickness, wanting only 12 days of 87 years old. 

*Spruce Creek is in Kittery; the name of the creek was sometimes 
given to the district adjoining. — Ed. 



KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 45.] 

1752 February 17 th Jonathan Clifford & Elizabeth How. 
March 10 th Joseph Eastman & Hannah Calef. 

12 Ul Ebenezer Long & Anna Tole. 
April 8 th Moses Stevens & Mary Herriman. 

14 th Moses Heath & Sarah Flanders. 

30 th Daniel Moodey & Mary Glidden. 
May 14 th Joseph Hale & Abigail Wise of Plaistow. 

26 th Edward Brown & Katherine Magee of Deny. 
August 11 th Thomas Jewel & Miriam Hunt, South Hamp- 
ton. 

14 th Isaac Griffin & Mary Rowen. 
New Stile. 

Sept r 27 th Thomas Smith & Susanna Hucheson of Brent- 
wood. 
Octob r 15 th Ephraim Pearson & Hannah Barret, 
November 14 th Stephen Tongue & Dorithy Blazdel. 

22 a Gilman Louge & Susanna Mugget, Exeter. 

27 th Trustrum Quinby & Susanna Blaisdel. 
December 11 th Ezekiel Eaton & Mary Campbel. 

1753 February 14 th Alexander Gorden & Sarah Dollar of 

Brentwood. 
Samuel Herryman & Sarah Bly. 
March 3 d John Jameson & Hannah Huse. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 226.) 
May 18 th Benjamin Clough & Mary Sanborn. 

24 th John Walden Smith & Mehitable Edmans. 
August 22 d Jacob Severance & Sarah George. 
October 3 d Timothy Favour & Abigail Hoyt of New 
Town. 
5 th Ebenezer Brown & Mary Flanders. 
November 1 st Jeremiah Bean the third & Elizabeth Gor- 
den: also 
John MacNeal & Hannah Calwell of Derry. 
8 th Stephen Butler & Mary Gilman. 
John Tucker & Deborah Sanborn. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 87 

1753 December 6 th Daniel Leavit & Sarah Magoon, Exeter. 
7 th Samuel Wood of Rowley & Hannah Webster. 

14 th Jeremiah Foulsom & Anne Looge of Brentwood. 
27 th Elisha Tole & Elizabeth Brown. 

1754 January 1 st Joseph Fellows jun r & Margaret Web- 

ster. 
2 d Chace Smith & Abigail Samborn. 
IS* M r Josiah Bartlet of this Place & M IS Mary Bart- 
let of Newton. (K. F. C. R., I: 227.) 
February 13 th John Collins & Ruth Davis. 
April 9 th Jesse Johnston & Margaret Mackra. 

25 ,Jl Benjamin Rundlet & Mary Hains both of Brent- 
wood. 
May 2 d Nathan Brown & Tabitha Clough of Brentw d . 
17 th Richard Tandy & Mary Fifield. 
22 d Barton Pollard of Plaistow & Elizabeth Smith of 
Brentwood. 
June 5 th Moses Quinby & Judith Bean. 
July 25 th M r Stephen Bartlet & M r * Elizabeth Kelley 

both of Newtown. 
August 1 st Sam 1 Eastman jun 1 & Mary Eastman. 

20 th George Duncan & Mary Bell, Derry. 
Octob r 4 th M r Jonathan Robinson of Exeter & M rs Mary 
Oilman, and 
Isaac Griffin & Hannah Judkins. 
8 th Enoch Brown & Elizabeth Clough. 
November 7 th Moses Thurston & Eliz: Clifford. 
26 th John Sanborn & Margaret Clifford, and 

John Calef & Judith Challis. 
28 th Stephen Lad & Abigail Webster & 
Benjamin Webster jun 1 ' & Elizabeth Tucker. 
Benoni Long alias Eaton and Hannah Watson. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 228.) 
November 29 th William Scylla & Anna Clark. 
December 5 th Jonathan Severance & Tryphena Nicholls. 
17 th John Hunton jun r & Elizabeth Bede. 
19 th Jeremiah Richardson & Sarah Fox both of Brent- 
wood. 
31 st Nathaniel Peasely & Lydia Colby both of Newton. 

1755 January 14 th Malachy Davis & Anna Emmons. 
Samuel Bussel jun r & Mary Winslow. 

February 12 th William Dowlen & Deborah Levett, Brent- 
wood. 



88 KINGSTON FIEST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1755 February 14 th William Fifield of this Town, and Ann 

Sinkler of Stratham. 
18 th John Quinby & Martha Sargent. 
March 26 th Josiah Folsome & Abigail Varnam, and 

Stephen Webster of Chester & Widow Sarah Clough 
jun r . 
April 8 th Daniel Fletcher of Dunstable & Hannah Bligh 
of Plaistow. 
10 th M r Robert Craford & M 1S Joanna Sanborn. 
June 3 d Stephen Long & Judith Rowel. 
July 17 th William Chase & Anna Green of Kensington. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 229.) 

August 5 th Zadock Sanborn & Susanna Judkins. 
September 24 th Jeremiah Quinby & Lydia Chandler. 

25 th Jacob Davis & Elizabeth Johnson. 
October 2 d John Dindel & Abigail Bridge, Boston. 
November 6 th Joseph Sweet & Hannah Sleeper. 

19 Ul David Quinby jun r & Mary Wadleigh. 
December 3 d Samuel Moodey & Hannah Severance. 

11 th Josiah Hun ton & Joanna Lad. 

23 d Sam 1 Robie & Hannah Ordway. 

25 th David Sargent & Martha Wells. 

1756 January 27 th Robert Judkins & Sarah Gorden of Ex- 

eter. 
29 Ul David Straw & Jemima Colby. 
February 5 th Edward Bean & Eleanor Macgaffee, & 
John Atkinson & Rebecca Morgan. 
13 th Benjamin Hoag & Mary Martyn of Stratham. 
17 th Samuel March & Mary Derby. 
March 5 th M r Israel Diman & M IS Maiy Philbrick. 

17 th Daniel James Shephard & Rachel Rumril, Deny also 

Ruben Hoyt & Ann Bickford, Exeter. 
30 th Thomas Gorden & Abigail Moody, BrentW 1 . 
April 15'" M 1 John Stevens & M rs Mary Hubbard. 

29 th Joseph Bean & Mehitable Blake. 
May 16 tu William Young & Susanna Hardaway. 
June 23 d M r Samuel Norris & M rs Huldah Norris of Ep- 
ping. 
25" 1 Moses Cass & Mary Ring of Kensington. 
August 9 Ul M r Samuel Tucker & M r8 Hannah Young. 
October 12 th Joseph Welch & Hannah Chase. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 230.) 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 89 

1756 October 15 th Timothy George & Hannah Hoyt both 

of Newton. 
19 th John Clough tertius & Abigail Kimble, Brent- 
wood. 
26 th Worster Sanborn & Hannah Fowler. 
November 4 th John Kenniston & Margaret Bean both of 

Brentwood. 
December 28 th Ithiel Gorden & Mary Glidden of Brent- 
wood. 

Joseph Easeman & Jemima Smith. 

1757 January 5 th Edward Easeman & Sarah Clough. 
13 th Zecariah Clifford & Else Scribner. 

February 21 st Samuel Fifield jun r & Mary Eastman. 
22 d Nathaniel Gorden & Elizabeth Smith. 
27 th David Ring & Mary Bartlet of South Hampton. 
March 8 th Samuel Sargent & Elizabeth Wicher; & 
Ensign Joseph Fellows & M rs Sarah Green. 
29 th William Bard of Bow & Martha Welch of Kings- 
ton. 

April 6 th Ebenezer Severance & Dorithy Eliot. 

28 th Nathaniel Etheredge & Dorithy Moody. 
May 24 th Samuel Quinby & Anne Young. 

31 st Robert Smith & Orpah Davis, Brentwood. 
June 1 st John Smart & Mary Graves, Exeter. 
August 4 m Lieu' Samuel Sanborn & M 1S Elizabeth Pat- 
tengall. 

25 m Nathaniel Eastman & Susanna Eastman. 

30 th Daniel Smith & Hannah Colby. 
October 4 th Nicholas Smith & Abiel Gorden, Exeter. 

13 th David Colby & Mariah Emmons; eodem die, 
John Fifield junior and Anna Snow. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 231.) 
October 26 tb David Hoit & Joanna Smith of Brentwood. 
30 th Joseph Eaton Kinaston & Anna Roberts Brentw d . 
November 3 d M r Barnard Hoit of Amesbury & M rs Anna 
Stuart of Newton. 
8 th M 1 Jonathan Sanborn & M rs Hannah Griffin. 
December 27 th Phineas Bagley & Mary Hobs — 

Nathan Gould & Mary Bagley of Newton. And 
Jonathan Bagley & Anna Favour of s d Newton. And 
John Wadleigh & Mary Dent. 
30 th Joseph Brown & Elizabeth Sawyer. 



90 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1758 January 12 Ul Noah Hobs & Elizabeth Browne of 
Kensington. 
February 27 th Benjamin Sheppard & Experience Hand- 
ley, Salisbury. 
March 2 d John Darling & Mary Sayer. 

10 th Benjamin Darling & Hannah Clark. 
April 7"' M- Paul Pressy & M rs Mercy Hubbard. 

13 th Joseph Harvey & Lydia George. 
June 22 d Benjamin Bacheldor & Abigail Leavitt, Brent- 
wood. 
July 7 th Samuel Muggerige &■ Ruth Silver. 
12 th M r Samuel Stuart & M rs Grace Hubbard. 
24 th M r Clement Moodey & M rs Margaret Smith. 
25 th M r Eben r Watson & M rs Elizabeth Severance. 
August 3 d M r Daniel Moodey of Chester & M" Esther 

Moodey of Brentwood. 
Septemher 19 th Jonathan Sanborn the fourth & Lydia 
Severance Jun 1 
22 d Joseph Bartlet & Elizabeth Webster of Newton. 
26 th John Grant & Lucy Donnel. 
October 12 th M r Nathaniel Meloon & Mary Norris, Ep- 
ping. 
19 th Dudley Young & Jenne Smith. 
26 th Daniel Watson & Eunice Woodman. 
November 9 th M r Jacob Gale jun r & M n Abigail Toppan. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 232.) 
November 16 th Richard Jennings Esq 1 & M rs Abigail 
Sleeper. 
23 d Seth Thomson & Elizabeth Thomson, Durham, & 

Nathaniel French jun r & Elizabeth Colcord. 
30 th M r Jonathan Brown & M r8 Joanna Brown. 
Decemb r 7 th Sherburne Sleeper & Hannah Clough. 
1759 March 8 th Cornelius Bean & Betty Pressy. 
April 5 th John Clough & Mary Sayer. 

9 th Benjamin Sleeper of y 8 Place & Hannah Loverein, 

Exeter. 
18 th David Flanders & Eben 1 * Nichols. 
20 th Joseph Emerson & Mehitable Hadley, Plaistow. 
26 th Joseph Young & Elizabeth Carr. 
May 6 th Edward Eastman & Anna Judkins. 
June 5 th John Collins & Lydia Hunt. 

19'" M r Moses Sawyer & M r8 Sarah Chase. 
*Name is printed correctly. — Ed. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 91 

1759 June 19 th Ebenezer Eastman & Sarah Fifield daugh- 

ter of Capt Sam 1 Fifield. 
22 d John Blake & Love Sleeper. 
July 20 th M> John Bradley of Plaistow & Mrs Susanna 

Bradley of Exeter. 
August 2 d Aaron Quinby & Mary Tole. 
September 12 th William Eastman & Mary Bean. 

25 th Nathaniel Ingals & Abigail Huse. 
October 9 th Robert Barber & Abigail Bean. 

25 th John Sanborn & Elizabeth Snow. 
November 6 th Benjamin Hilliard & Hannah Sleeper. 

26 th Benjamin Hoyt & Mary Colby, Brentwood. 
December 13 th Caleb Tole & Ruth Page, also 
Benjamin Lovereign & Jemima Thorn. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 233.) 

1760 January 17 th John Sanborn & Sarah Elkins. 
February 12 th Thomas Thompson of Salisbury and Dori- 

thy Young of Kingston. 

19 th Samuel Clough & Miriam Satterly. 
March 10 th Moses Lov'ring & Penelope Taylor, Exeter. 

13 th Alexander Smith & Mehitable Fifield, Chester, also 
Benjamin Sweat jun r & Mary Elliot. 

27 th Joseph Colby & Sarah Thurla, 
May 8 th Isaac Davis & Keturah Follingby. 

15 th Ezra Tucker jun r & Hepthsibah Pressy. 

21 st Joseph Fifield jun r & Anna Badger. 

29 th M r Caleb Bussel & M rs Mary Badger. 
June 13 th M r Daniel Webster & M rs Martha Bard. 

24 th John Abbot & Hannah Thomas of Brentwood. 
July 28 th Jeremiah Page & Mary Flanders. 
August 5 th M 1 ' Samuel Pickering & M rs Elizabeth Bracket. 

29 th Curtis Bean of Chester & Apphia Merril. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 234.) 

MARRIAGES BY REV. AMOS TOPPAN. 

1762 Sept 2. Daniel Clark of Brintwood & Lydia Abbot 
of Andover. 
Joseph Bean & Elizabeth Fifield. 
Sept 23 John Calef & Lois Calef. 

Jonathan Blasdel & Miriam Biasdel. 
Sept 30 th Simon Nudd of Hampton & Elizabeth Hook of 
Salisbury. 



BOOK IN PREPARATION. 

Seavey Genealogy. — Mrs. A. C. Hall of Stamford, Ct. 

is preparing a genealogy of the descendants of William Sea- 
vey of Portsmouth, N. H., also of the descendants of Thomas 
Seavey, of the same place. William Seavey was born about 
the year 1600, near Lands End, Cornwall County, England, 
according to tradition, but the time, place, and relationship if 
any, between William Seavey and Thomas Seavey, will be 
verified later by genealogical research in England. William 
Seavey came to Portsmouth in 1631 or 1632. For some 
time he lived at the Isles of Shoals, then a part of Ports- 
mouth, and was engaged in the fishing business; later he re- 
moved to the mainland and received several grants of land 
which he unproved and upon which he resided. He then 
became a fanner. He was prominent in the local affairs of 
Portsmouth. The name of his wife was Mary, her surname 
is unknown. The children of William and Mary Seavey 
were: William, born about 1648; John, born 1650; Elizabeth, 

born 1652; and Stephen, born . William Seavey died 

after 1680. 

Thomas Seavey was born about 1628 or 1629; whether he 
was a relative of William Seavey, or not, is not known for 
sure. The names of his children are entirely different from 
those of William Seavey. His wife's name was Tamson, and 
the names of their children were: Henry, Benjamin, Samuel, 
Damaris, and Rebeckah. Thomas Seavey died 15 March 
1708/9. Mrs. Hall would like for all persons related to the 
Seavey family, or having Seavey records, to correspond with 
her so that she can secure a complete record of the whole 
family for publication. She has the work well under way 
towards completion. Address: Mrs. A. C. Hall. 

Stamford, Conn. 



QUERIES. 

47. Danielson. — Did Levi Danielson, a Revolutionary 
soldier of Barrington, have a daughter Hannah, born in 1778? 
Levi Danielson owned land in Maine later. 



QUERIES. 93 

Foss. — In 1853, the Hon. Jacob D. Foss wrote a letter to 
be read at the celebration of the 102d birthday of Lydia 
(Foss) Locke; she was widow of Simon Locke, who served in 
the Revolution from Barrington, but later moved to Hollis, 
Maine, and became a minister. I would like the address of 
any descendant of Hon. Jacob D. Foss, he was a descendant 
of John Foss of Rye, wife named Berry. 

Emma Gould. 

95 Emery Street, Portland, Maine. 

•48. Cram. — Wanted the maiden name and birth date of 

Anna , who married Rev. Jonathan Cram, and died in 

Plainfield, N. H. 

Rogers. — Wanted, the names of the parents of Elizabeth 
Rogers, and her death date. She married Jonathan Cram, of 
Brentwood, N. H.; they were the parents of Rev. Jonathan 
Cram. 

John G. Cram. 

105 Charles Street, Boston, Mass. 

49. Mordough. — Murdough. — Robert Mordough mar- 
ried Abigail Marston in Greenland, first child Nathan, bap- 
tized 1729. Wanted any thing about his ancestry. 

Nichols. — William Nichols and wife Abigail, probably of 
Londonderry, moved to Ossipee about 1800. William died 
in 1838, aged 84. Wanted his ancestry and Abigail's maiden 
name, or anything about them. Abigail Nichols daughter of 
William, married Robert Mordough grandchild of Robert Mor- 
dough and Abigail Marston. 

(Miss) Marion Newell. 

715 Exchange Building, Boston, Mass. 

50. Palmer. — Ten dollars reward will be paid to anyone 
who can give proof of the parentage of Trueworthy Palmer, 
said to have been born in Hampton, N. H., July 20, 1749 and 
to have died in Conway, N..H., June 25, 1830. He lived at 
one time in Loudon, N. H. 

Munsey. — Ten dollars will be given to any one for proof 
of parentage of William Munsey, of Kittery, Maine, and of 
Dover, N. H. Said Munsey lived at Kittery, in 1688 with his 
family, and at Dover in 1695, and is supposed to be the same 
William Munsey, who lived at Brookhaven, Long Island, 
New York, in 1678, and brother of Francis Munsey, of Ip- 
swich, Mass., and Brookhaven, L. I. 

William L. Palmer. 

22 Sacramento Place, Cambridge, Mass. 



94 QUERIES. 

51. Wink ley. — Francis Winkley, son of John, 1726, 
and Deborah (Cain, 1734,) Winkley, of Kittery, where they 
lived, was born about 1705; he married Martha Brown about 
1790 and lived in Portsmouth; they had a daughter Mary, or 
Martha, who married Seth Leighton, of Dover, March 31, 
1S24. Seth and Mary or Martha ( Winkley) ^Leighton had 
three children: John, Charles William, and Jane Ann who 
married Charles E. Main, whether of Dover or Portsmouth 
I do not know. I would like the full dates of birth, marriage 
and death of Francis Winkley and wife, and dates of birth 
and death of their] daughter Mary, or Martha; also dates of 
birth, death and marriage of her children and other descend- 
ants. 

Hun kino. — Whom did Capt. Mark Hunking, of Barring- 
ton, (born in Portsmouth in 1700, died in Barrington in 
1776,) marry? What was the date of their marriage and full 
dates of birth and death of each. 

(Mrs.) Florence A. Crane. 

616 City Nat. Bank Building, Des Moines, Iowa. 

52 Crockett. — John Crockett was born June 28, 1739; 
died March 15, 1817; married October 26, 1762, Mary Lane 
of Stratham. He lived at Stratham and Hampton. Who 
were his ancestors? 

Morrill. — Mary Morrill was born 1796 to 1800; died in 
1840; married Joseph Swasey and lived at Franklin, N. H. 
Who were the ancestors of Mary Morrill? 

Smith. — Benjamin James, son of Edmund James, of New- 
bury, Mass., married in 1728 Susanna Smith, and settled in 
Hampton, N. H. Who were ancestors of Susanna Smith? 

(Mrs.) Gertrude B. Rollin. 

301 Congress Street, Ypsilanti, Mich. 

53. Sherburne.— The Paul Jones Club, Sons of the 
American Revolution, of Portsmonth, N. H., is very desirous 
to ascertain the whereabouts of the papers of Elijah Hall, 
of Portsmouth, second lieutenant of the Continental .^ship of 
war Ranger, Capt. John Paul Jones, given in Buell's "Paul 
JONES," New York: 1901, Vol. II, pages 77-78, as authority 
for Paul Jones statement, there printed, that the Portsmouth 
made flag of the Ranger sank, flying, on the Bon Homme 
Richard. Col. Buell stated in a letter dated "Oct. 4, 1901," 
printed as Notes and Queries, "Boston Transcript," July 1, 
1905, that — "With regard to the papers of Elijah Hall, .... 
all that I ever saw of them was his journal and two letters 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 95 

written by him, all in manuscript. This was fifteen years ago, 
in 1886. They were then in the possession of a descendant 
of his — an elderly maiden lady named Sherburne, who, as 
well as I can remember resided in Dover, N. H." 

"As to making the flag for the Ranger, Hall only refered 
to it in a single sentence. The detailed story was told to 
me by Miss Sherburne orally as a family tradition. My 
impression is that Miss Sherburne was a granddaughter of 
Dorothy Hall, who is mentioned in the foot-note." 

The "Dorothy Hair' mentioned in the foot-note, Vol. I, 
pages 244-245, as one of the flag-makers, is there stated to 
have been a niece of Elijah Hall, but persistent search has 
failed to discover that he had either niece or daughter of that 
name, though his daughter Mary Arm, married J. H. Sher- 
burne of Portsmouth and Washington, author of a "Life of 
Paul Jones." 

Lang don. — Chandler. — Seavey. — Peirce. — Hall. I 
would like the dates of birth, marriage and death, of each of 
the five Portsmouth flag-makers whose names are given by 
Col. Buell in the above named book. The names are Maiy 
Langdon, Caroline Chandler, Helen Seavey, Augusta Peirce 
and Dorothy Hall, (niece of Elijah Hall, second lieutenant 
of the Ranger} . The finding of any record ref ering to either 
of those five persons will be greatly appreciated by the peo- 
ple of Portsmouth. Please address all correspondence about 
this matter to The N. H. Genealogical Record, Dover, N. H., 
for publication. J. F. 

Portsmouth, N. H. 



ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 

42. Drew. — Lucinda J. Drew born 29 Nov. 1812, married 
Benjamin Thompson, Dec. 23, 1833; died in Barrington, 22 
Feb. 1862. He was born in Portsmouth, 31 March 1804, 
died in Barrington, 23 April 1875; he was son of Col. Eben- 
ezer and Mary (Weeks) Thompson. 

Respectfully yours, W. S. Meserve. 

Durham, N. H. 

53. Sherburne. — The name Sherburne is not a Dover 
name. We have examined all the Dover Directories back to 
1865, the census of Dover of 1870, the lists of all persons 
who have taken out books from the Dover Public Library, 



96 DONATIONS. 

which is a free library and was organized in 1883, and have 
inquired of sixteen aged persons who were living in different 
sections of Dover in 1886, and have had Mr. Otis G. Ham- 
mond, Assistant Librarian of the N. II. State Library, Con- 
cord, make a search of the Dover returns of the census of 
1880, and we find the names of only two persons of the name 
of Sherburne, who have lived in Dover since 1865; one, of a 
man, who worked in Dover a short time in 1870; and the 
other, of a woman, who was working here in 1886, name at 
that time was Annie Sherburne, she has since changed it by 
marriage to Randall, and resides in Dover now. She was a 
young woman in 1886, and claims that she was the only per- 
son by the name of Sherburne living in Dover at that time. 
She denies all knowledge of the Portsmouth flag of Capt. 
John Paul Jones, of ever having any papers of Lieut. Elijah 
Hall, or of ever seeing or having any correspondence with 
Col. A. C. Buell about this matter. Prom the search we have 
made we are satisfied the Sherburne part of the story, as far 
as Dover is concerned, is a hoax. There are certain things 
that throw suspicion upon the whole story of the flag. If 
true, Col. Buell's statement can be easily verified, if the story 
is fiction, then that can be ascertained. The pages of this 
magazine are open for a free discussion of this matter. If 
the flag was made at Portsmouth, we wish it proved so, be- 
yond a reasonable doubt. — Ed. 



L^ONATIO^S. 

Since our last issue The New Hampshire Genealogical So- 
ciety has received the following donations, in books and pam- 
phlets, for which I am directed to present the grateful thanks 
of the society. 

.Name of donor. Residence. Number. 

Col. Daniel Hall, Dover, 3 

Z. Willis Kemp, Ph. I).. Kingston, 1 

Hon. Sidney B. Fay, Hanover, 1 

(ieorge W. Chamberlain, Esq., Weymouth, Mass. 6 

Dr. Samuel A. Green, Boston, " 1 

Col. Richard Cutts Shannon, Brockport, N. Y. 1 



Total 13 

Henry Winthrop Hardon, Esq., New York, " " 1 Chart. 

C. W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 




y. 



v. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. III. Dover, N. H., January, 1906. No. 3. 

JOURNAL OF KEY. JOHN PIKE. 

1678—1709. 



OBSEEVABLE PROVIDENCES. 
[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 85.] 

Jan. 31, 1698 [/9]. My dear daughter Margaret was born 
about sun-rising Tuesday, lived 41 days, died Mar. 13, 98/99, 
about break of day. She had been grievously afflicted with 
the snuffles, but had no symtoms of death till about 8 or 9 
evening. 

Dec. 22, 1697 — My dear daughter Abigail secunda was 
born betwixt ten and eleven in the fore-noon Wednesday — 
lived just sixteen moneths, died of a long, grievous, consump- 
tive cough— Ap. 21, 1699. 

Jun. 21. Wednesday Capt William Boswell of Salisbury 
deceased. He performed his service well on the sab-day, & 
went to bed well at night, but was taken speechles about 
twell at night, & so Remained till he died the next Wednes- 
day morning, his distemper was called dead-palsy. 

July 20. Ben Begworth drowned at Great Island about 
2 clock night. Tis feared he was much in drink. 

Dec. 18. John Foss y e taylor deceased after half years 
sickness with yellow Jaundice. 

Jan. 31. [1699/1700.] Happen'd a Considerable earth- 
quake about one clock in the day, and another the night fol- 
lowing if it was not a clap of thunder. 

Experience Heard — alias Jenkin was scalped by the In- 
dians July 26, 1696. Recovered & lived to have one child, 
died chiefly of her wounds bleeding, Feb. 8, 1699 [/1700]. 



98 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

Mar. 12, 1699/1700. My Ant Fletcher departed this life, 
after about 40 hours sickness. 

Mar. 15. My uncle dyed also with the same distemper. 
They were first taken with a cold shivering, which issued in 
a strong fever, & soon Carried y" 1 off. 

Mar. 22, 1699/1700. Granmother Collins departed this 
life, being very aged, and many years shaken with palsy, yet 
Retained her understanding wonderfull well. 

Apr: 3, 1700. Nathaniel Heard departed this life, after 4 
days sickness with a violent feaver. 

May 10. Ensign W m Allin of Salsbury died of a fall from 
his horse. 

May 13. M r Samuel Wheelright of Wells deceased after 
half a years sicknes with dropsy & black-jaundice: it first be- 
gan with an ague in his broken shin. 

Sep: 6. Travelling in Amsbury woods with two more in 
my Company; we killed a Rattle-snake near Hunts new field 
w ch had three Rattles in y e end of his Tail, with which he 
made a prodigious & terrible noise. 

Nov. 22. A poor wretch at Newberry called Hesther Rog- 
ers murdered her bastard child, (had by a negro) and Cast it 
into the pond behind y e Meeting-house. 

Mar: 13, 1700/1. Sara Roberts deceased after half years 
illness with a violent pain in her head, it brought her to 
faint 8 fitts, in one of w ch she died. 

Anno 1701. May 29. Mrs Bridget Graff ord deceased 
after three moneths sickness, with a kind of wasting Con- 
sumption. 

July 7. The Honorable William Stoghton deceased, after 
he had faithfully served his Country in the place of L' Gov: 
many years. 

Aug. 31. Our brother Tho: Spinney deceased after half a 
years Illness & swelling with the Dropsie. 

Dec. 23. Tho Hermon of York going in a Cannoe from 
Piscataqua to York, was blown off to sea and lost, by a 
strong north-west wind. 

1702. Octo: 21. Removed my family from Dover to Salis- 
bury, being 4 years after my Removal from the Bank thither, 
wanting 27 days. 

My Dear son Samuel was born 1695, A p. 1, betwixt two 
& 3 of the clock afternoon Monday. Lived seven years, 
seven months, twenty eight days. Died Nov. 29, 1702, sab- 
morning, after two days Relapse into a fever his principal 



JOUENAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 99 

malady was sore throat and eaput-dolor The joy of my heart. 

Children like Jonah's Gourd, much Comfort may afford 
Unto their parents Dear. 

But y m like tender flowers, Deaths fatal stroke devours 
Which causeth many a tear. 

Surely there's no Return, from Graves dark, silent urn, 
Contented be we must, 

And Rest ha Gods dispose, our heavenly father knows 
What's best for y m & us. 

Let's therf: mourn in hope, the Lord of life hath Spoke 
Let little ones come to me, 

Gods Covenant shal endure, ordred in all & sure 
Till our dear Children we 

Shal meet again in Bliss; & never part — Let this 
Our Consolation be. 

Dec. 23. Old sister Downs died with Illness, age & suf- 
fering. — Richard Cater died same day of small pox. 

Jan 24 [1702/3.] Sab. God was pleased to Renew my 
sorrows by taking away the Desire of mine eyes, viz. my 
dearly beloved wife Sarah, with whom I had Lived happily 
for the space of 22 years Lacking three moneth & twelve 
days. She died of a disease called peripneumonia after ten 
days sickness. This was preceeded with some Consumptive 
symtoms for near the space of a twelve moneth or more, 
which perhaps might be the effect of a certain hurt she re- 
ceived in her breast about six or seven years bef: She was 
inhumed Jan. 28. — The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh 
away. Let me say — blessed be the name of the Lord. 

1703. Aug. 10. About 9 or 10 o clock Tuesday morn- 
ing, the eastern Indians (notwithstanding y r many solemn 
and newly Repeated protestations of Continuing peace w th 
the English) did yet join with the French, and in a very 
perfidious and barbarous manner falling upon the eastern 
parts from Casco to y e East end of Wells committed many 
grievous outrages & massacres upon y e poor peo: Killed to 
the number of 73, Captivated to the number of 95: with 
much importunity they allured Major March out of Casco- 
fort, pretending to renew y e peace & satisfie some rumors y* 
were bruited to y e contrary, when under the Queens Colours, 
they treacherously set upon him, but God was pleased to de- 
liver him, & the Fort also tho they fought agst it many days. 
Only Jabez Garlands gar: Winter harbour was taken by 
Comp: after it had been two days manfully defended. This 



100 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN TIKE. 

was their first act of hostility, or real breaking forth after an 
interval of five years peace. 

Aug. 17. A party of skulking Indians came in upon the 
south-end of Hampton towards Salsbury, where y y killed the 
widow Mussey, Tho: Lancaster, Jonath: Green, Nicholas 
Bond, and Will: Hinkleys Child. This was done an hour or 
two bef: night. They also rifled two houses, & went off. 

Octo. 6. Capt. Rich d Hanwell, L* John Badson, Nath: 
Foxhall, Ben: Sargeant, Pembleton Fletcher, Will™ James, & 
many more to the number of 20 men, going out from the 
Gar: at Black-point to fetch in Cattle or Swine were all 
[blank] by an Ambushmt of the enemy except John Boden 
who escaped by flight. A solemn spot in which the principal 
inhabitants of Black-point and Winter-harbour were cut off. 
The enemy supposed to be in number about 120 persons. 

Oct. 7 at night. Cap: Hollands ship was by violence of 
the storm driven ashore upon Grt-Island rocks staved & 
sunk. 

Octo. 13. About sun-set the Indians stole in upon Arthur 
Bragden's house at York (hard by the gar:) killed his wife, 
and two children. Carried his eldest daughter Captive. 

Octo: 14 Cap: Eason came in from England with first 
Mast ship. Brought over John Usher Leutenant Govenor of 
New Hampshire. 

Octo. 26. Souldiers returned from y e second expedition 
towards Pegwakket, brought in 6 Indians scalps & 5 Cap- 
tives, all squaws and children (both killed and taken) except 
one old man. 

Octo. 30. One Christopher Patrick, a souldier was slain 
by the Indians betwixt Quamphegin & Salmon-falls, above 
half an hour after sunset. He had 5 guns discharged upon 
him & was shot with many bullets. 

Nov. 13. My dear friend Mr John Wade min r of Berwick 
deceased after two days sickness with fever and sore-throat. 
He was taken ill on Thursday, grew delirious on Fry day & 
died on y e Saturday about eleven of clock. 

Nov. 22. A poor man lost his life going after his Team in 
y e night between Boston & Roxbury. That day and the next 
were extream Cold & windy. 

Nov. 30 was a verv stormy day much Rain with a strong 
southest wind & extream high Tyde, y l did much damage to 
wharves, ware-houses, bridges & vessels. Carried away many 
stacks of hay. 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 101 

Dec. 20. Three souldiers at Saco slain by the Indians & 
two Carried away as y y were fetching wood to the Fort. 
Dec. 31. Very cold high north west wind after a thaw. 
Jan 15. [1703/4.] Died Mrs Joanna Clements Relict of 
M 1 ' Job Clements sen. in y e 87 year of her age, after ten days 
sicknes with a fever & other Infirmities. 

Jan. 20. [1703/4.] Benjamin y e son of James & Nath: 
the son of Stephen Coffin, were (with 4 Indians) drowned 
going in a Whale-boat from Martins- Vineyard to Nantucket. 
Jan. 28. [1703/4.] About 9 or 10 in the morning, the 
Indians (to the number of 30 or 40) made an attack upon 
Andrew Neals Garrison in the Lower part of Berwick, killed 
a poor maid, wounded a Lad who made his escape & was 
healed, burnt 9 houses, killed many Cattel, had one of y r 
own Crew sorely wounded, if not slain, & so drew off. 

Feb. 8. [1703/4.] About 3 or 4 of y e clock afternoon, Jo: 
Bradleys house taken at Haverhill by 6 Indians, 13 persons 
were killed, & 5 carried away, wherof one returned. 3 more 
persons escaped out of y e house, and one Indian was slain in 
it by Jonathan Johnson. 

Mar. [1703/4.] About midnight the French and Indians 
set upon Deerfield, burnt 17 houses, killed above 50 persons: 
Captivated upwards of 90 amongst which m r Williams y r 
Minister. In this attack the enemy lost 30 or 40 men. 

Mar. 7. [1703/4.] Elizabeth Dam, having been excom- 
municated for y e sin of drunkennes, & so continued for y e 
space of 5 years, was awfully lost in a very stormy night at 
Portsmo: Tis feared she was disordered with drink and fell 
into y e Mill-Creek by Capt Pickerins. 

4, 15. 17 days of March very cold north west wind and 
hard frost. 

Ap. 16. Elizabeth Randal wife of Richard Randal after 
long weaknes & sickness died suddenly. 

Ap 19 or 20. Mary Spencer of Berwick died after some 
months sickness with a disease Called the Stranguiy. 1704. 
Ap. 22, 1704. Col. Daniel Pearce of Newberry deceased 
after a forth-nights sickness with the fever occasioned by a 
great cold, taken by Riding in a rainy day with-out his cloak. 
Ap. 25, 1704. Nath. Meader was slain by y e Indians at 
Oyster-River, not far from the place where Nicholas Follet 
formerly dwelt. 

Ap. 26. Edward Taylor was slain by y e Indians at Lam- 
per-Eel River, his wife & one of his children carried away. 



102 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

Ap. 28. Thamsin Mesarvey, Mr. Waldrons niaid-servant, 
was taken by four Indians betwixt sunset and dark, at a 
spring in y e Majors pasture, between his house formerly burnt 
and Barn, and after examination, was knock* down and left 
for dead, but recovered again, the enemy flying hastily away 
at the outcry of y e watch, by w h means Mr Waldron escaped 
that was then coming over the Boom. 

May 11. Two men slain by y e Indians at Wells, and an- 
other of y e same Company killed or taken. 

May 28. Sacrament day, an Ambush of 4 Indians lay be- 
twixt Tristram Heards & Ephraim Wentworths, upon the 
north side of the Hill, but were happily discovered & es- 
caped. 

Jun. 1. Samuel Tasker was .slain by 8 or 9 Indians at 
Oyster R. 

Jun. 2. Mary Willey wife of Samuel Willey deceased 
after few day sickness with a fever. 

Jun. 6. Elizabeth Nock wife of Sylvanus Nock, died of a 
sore throat & other chronical distempers. 

June 13. Old sister Williams deceased after much Ill- 
ness and Craziness for the space of three years together. 

1704. A Garrison belonging to [blank] was taken in y e 
dead of the night, being first fired, 2 of y e men were slain, 
Rest Carried Captive. One Capt. Taylor pursuing y m with a 
smal party of English, Recovered 7 or 8 of y e Captives, but 
lost his life in the skirmish, wherein sundry of the enemy 
were also slain. 

July 20, 1704. Sergeant Grave's son taken by the In- 
dians at Casco, Looking after Cattle, and another man hardly 
escaped. — Young Graves was slain by the enemy. 

July 30, 1704. Sab. morning or Monday morning Indians 
invaded Lancaster killed 2 or 3 persons, burnt y e Meeting- 
house & some other houses. 

Aug. 4: 1704. Two men kill' 1 at Haverhill by the In- 
dians, viz. Jo: Paige & Bar: Heath, a lad narrowly escaped. 

Aug. 8, 1704. John Young slain by y e Indians travelling 
betwixt Pick-pocket & Exiter. 

Aug. 9, 1704. The wife, son & daughter of John Davis 
of Jemaica, taken by y e Indians in y r house or in y r field. 

Aug. 10, 1704. Two men killed by y e Indians at Wells. 

Aug. 11, 1704. Mark Giles sen. of Cochecho & his son 
John slain by 7 or 8 Indians as y y were passing a corner of 
y r field. Same day y e son of Matthew Austin killed at York. 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 103 

Aug. 19, 1704. Joseph Pitman slain by the Indians, as 
he was Guarding some Mowers, not far from Oyster-River 
Meeting-house. 

Octo. 25, 1704. Mr Andrew Gardner, minister of Lan- 
caster Coming down from y e watch-box in y e night w th a 
darkish Coloured gown, was mistaken for an Indian, & sol- 
emnly slain by a sorry souldier belonging to y e Garrison — 
nomine Presket. 

Octo. 29, 1704. The wind blowing extreemly at N. W. 
forced open the Kitchen-door of Mr Rogers's house at Ports- 
mouth, by which means the house was fired, & soon burnt to 
the ground, in which solemn Conflagration his youngest child 
& a negro wench was Consumed, & his mother in Law so 
grievously scorched, that she died Dec. 31, following. This 
was on a Sabbath night. 

Dec. 27, 1704. Tho: Young Jun: died after Long sickness 
by a feaver. 

Dec. 31, 1704. Mrs Allison* deceased after long sickness 
occasioned by Grievous scortching with fire w n Mr. Rogers's 
house was burnt. 

Jan. 15, 1704[/5]. Hapned the highest Tyde that ever 
was observed in these parts of the Country. Did grt Dam- 
mage in warehouses & cellars. Carried away some houses & 
many stages at Isles of Shoals. Transported many haystacks, 
and in some places tore up grt quantities of marsh, & Re- 
moved it far off into other places. 

Jan. 21, 1704[/5]. Sabbath-night. A strong party of 
French and Indians fell upon y e English Habitations at New- 
found-Land in y e Dead of the night, & destroyed all except 
the forts. They cut off about seventy families, sparing none, 
save a few young men, that were fit for service. Afterwards 
y y besieged y e Fort at Saint Johns for divers weeks, but 
could not take it. There Was also another Fort at y e Bay of 
Bulls y 1 escaped. 

Feb. 14, 1704[/5]. Abigail Jacobs died after Long sick- 
ness w th a Consumption. 

Feb. 17, 1704[/5]. Sarah Weymouth, wife of William 
Weymouth, died of a Grievous wound Contracted by falling 
into y e fire. 

Mr Edward Thomson, minister of Marshfield, deceased of 
a consumptive disease, Mar: 16, 1704/5. 

May 4, 1705. Many persons surprized by the Indians at 

*Error, her gravestone reads Elizabeth Elatson, see Vol. I, p. 17. — E D> 



104 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

Spruce Creek & York. John Brawn, Henry Barns, A child 
of Dodivah Curtices, & a child of Enoch Hutchins slain — 
Rest Carried Captive by 10 or a dozen Indians. Also Mrs 
Hoel Running up the hill, to discern the out-cry, fell into y 1 ' 
hands, & was slain. 

May 5, 1704. Samuel Allin Esq: deceased (sometime 
Governor of New Hamph) after 3 or 4 days visitation with 
fever & pluretical pains. A sober, worthy Gentleman. 

May 10, 1705. Mary Whicher, of Salsbury, deceased after 
five days sicklies with fever. She was extreamly Cruciated 
with pains. 

May 21. Old James Tobie was kill d by the Indians in 
Kittery woods — John Rogers wounded the same day, but es- 
caped, & was healed. 

Jun. 10, 1705. Deceased y e Rev d Michael Wigglesworth, 
minister of Maiden, on y e Sabbath-day. The same day died 
John Woodman Jun: of Oyster River. 

Jun. 28, 1705. John Hewland a young man y l came out 
of England with Major Vaughan was drown d at Cochecho. 

July 6. Died John Hunking Jun: of a fever, after eleven 
days visitation. 

July 18, 1705. Mr Henry Langstar* of Bloody-point de- 
ceased after 10 days sicknes, occasioned by a fall into his 
Leanto, four stairs high, whereby being grievously bruised, 
it brought an Inflammation upon him. He was about 100 
years old, hail, strong, hearty man, & might have lived many 
years longer, if & c . 

July 25. Mr John Clark minister of Exiter deceased 
with extream vomiting & c , in less than 24 hours after he was 
taken 111. A good man much wanted and much Lamented. 

Aug. 6, 1705. Roger Rose of Lubber-Land died of Cancer. 

Aug. 13, 1705. M r Nath. Fryer, one of the Council, de- 
ceased after Long Illness & weakness. 

Sep. 19 or 20, 1705. Certain privateers belonging to Cap- 
tain Gincks made a riot in New York in the night — two gen- 
tlemen, viz- L l Wharton Featherhorn-hough, & Ensign Al- 
cock belonging to the Jemaica fleet or Regiment, were as- 
salted by y m , the Leu nt was slain with the Ensign's sword 
violently wrested from him, one of the privateers was also 
slain in the tumult, & divers of y ,n apprehended, among 
which was Erasmus Wilkins, supposed to be the person that 
had killed y e Leiutenant. 

*His descendants bear the name, Langstaff. — Ed. 



NEWINGTOl^ CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 

- [Continued from Vol. Ill, page 64.] 

1726 Oct 30 Item It was consented to by y e Church 

that J A d take a trip at Providence. 

1727 Jan 8 George Son to Moses Dam Dea n & Abigail 

his wife was baptized. 
Item Samuel Son to Benja & Elizabeth Downing 
was baptized. 
Mar 12 Lemuel Son to Jethro and Hannah Bickford was 

baptized. 
Mar 19 John Huntris own'd y e Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 
Item Jonathan Son to John & Mary Huntris was 
baptized. 
April 17 Sarah Waterhouse was admitted to full Com- 
munion in y s Church. 
Item Seth son to Seth & Eliz a Ring was baptized. 
May 8 Sarah & Deborah Rawlins own'd the Covenant & 
were baptized. 
Item Joseph son to Joseph & Sarah Rawlins was 
baptized. 
May 22 John Hogdon & Mary his wife own'd the Cove- 
nant & w r baptized. 
June 4 Paul son to Samuel & Abigail Huntris was bap- 
tized. 
June 19 Susanna Downing & Elizabeth Janvrin w r ad- 
mited to full Communion. 
Item Christopher Huntris & Mary his wife own'd y e 

Covenant & she was baptized. 
Item Mary, Mehitable & Elizabeth daughters to 

John & Mary Hogdon were baptized. 
Item Sarah & Mary Daughters to John & Sarah 
Rawlings were baptized. 
July 3 Jonathan son to Jonathan & Elizabeth Downing 

was baptized. 
July 10 Elizabeth Richards own'd the Covenant & was 
baptized. 



106 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1727 July 10 Abigail Elizabeth Esther & Sarah Daugh- 
ters to Benjamin & Elizabeth Richards w r baptized. 
Item John & Patience children of Joseph & Pa- 
tience Hogdon were baptized. 
July 25 Joseph Richards & Elizabeth his Wife own'd y e 
Covenant & w 1 ' baptized. 
Item Benja" son to Joseph Richards & Eliza 01 his 
Wife was baptized. 
Aug 6 Jane Hogdon own'd y e Covenant & was baptized. 
Item Sarah Dore own'd y e Covenant & was baptized. 
Item Henry Elizabeth & Frances children to Phillip 
& Sarah Dore were baptized. 
Aug 20 Andrew son to Benj a & Deborah Bickford was 
baptized. 
27 Mary Daughter to Edward Walker & Deliverance 
was baptized. 
Item Voted by the Church that not only Grandpar- 
ents might have their Grandchildren under age 
baptized on y r account but masters also y r servants. 
Sep r 3 Thomas & Abel Pevy were baptized on y r grand- 
mothers ac\ 

17 Abigail Huntris the wife of Sam 1 Huntris was ad- 
mitted to full Communion in y 8 church. 

Nov 26 John Hoit ownd'd y e Covenant and was baptized. 

Nov 26 Will: Holden* had their child baptized Elizabeth. 
Item Edward, John, Ichabod & James also Abigail 
& Mary children to James & Deborah Rawlins w r 
baptized. 

Dec 3 Abigail Dam was admitted to full Communion in 
y s Church. 
Item Mary Huntris was admited to full Communion 
in y s Church. 

Dec 10 Sarah Shakford own'd y e Coven* and was Baptized. 

Dec 24 Anna Walker was received to full Communion 
in y s Church. 

Jan 28 Mary Nutter, Jane Damm, Sarah Rawlins & Eliz- 
abeth Spering w r admited to full Communion. 

Feb 4 George Coolbroth owned y e Covenan 1 & was bap- 
tized. 

18 Hatevil Nutter owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized & received into full Communion. 

Item Mary Ayers was Received to full Communion. 
♦Certain words omitted. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 107 

1727/8 Feb. 18. Benj a Richards own'd y e Cove nt & was 
•Baptized. 
Item Susanna Daughter to Jn° & Elizabeth Knight 
was baptized. 
Feb 25 Will: Holden was baptized. 
1728 March 3 Mary Trickey owned the Covenant & was 
baptized. 
Item John Hogdon son to John & Mary Hogdon 

was baptized. 
Item Susanna daughter to Joshua & Susanna Down- 
ing was baptized. 
March 10 Mary Trickey the wife of Thomas Trickey was 
admited to full Communion in this Church. 
Item Johanna Trickey owned the Covenant & was 
baptized. 
11 Phillip Dore son to Phillip & Eliza th Dore was bap- 
tized. 
April 7 Sam 1 Nutter own'd the Covenant & was baptized. 
14 Hannah Daughter to Hatevil & Rebecca Nutter 
was baptized. 

Item Daughter to Sarah Harris was baptized. 

May 19 Elizabeth Nutter owned the Covenant & was 
baptized. 

26 Elizabeth Dam wife to Jn° Dam was admited to 
full Communion. 

June 1 Elizabeth Daughter to Jn° & Eliz a Dam was 
baptized. 
8 Eliza" 1 Shakford own'd the Covnan* & had her chil- 
dren viz. Samuel Paul & John baptized. 
16 Juda Ham own'd the Covenant & was baptized. 
Item Walter Fosse & wife own'd y e Covenant & had 

a son baptized Walter. 
Item Jane Daughter to Jos: & Eliz a Richard was 
baptized. 
July 18 Elizabeth Downing own'd y e Covenant & was 
admited to full Communion. 
20 Benja: Downing own'd y e Covenant & was admited 
to full Communion. 
Item Elizabeth Daughter to Benja & Elizabeth 
Downing was baptized. 

27 Sarah Stevens own'd y e Covenant & was baptized 
& had her children baptized viz. William Mary & 
Sarah. 



108 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1728 July 27 Joseph son to Eliezer & Anna Coleman 
was baptized. 
Aug 8t 18 Mr Joshua Downing, Mrs Eliz th Hilliard, Abi- 
gail Smith and Abigail Hoyte w r admited to full 
Communion in y s Church. 
Item Anna Row own'd y e Covenant and was bap- 
tized. 
Item Benj a , Tobias, Reuben, Nathaniel & Samuel 

sons to John & Juda Ham w r baptized. 
Item Charles Hoyte son to Mrs Elizabeth Hilliard 

was bapti'd. 
Item Martha Daughter to Richard & Eliza 1 " Dam 
was baptized. 
Sep. 1. Mr Thomas Trickey was admited to full Com- 
munion in our Church. 
Item Frances Daughter to John & Charity Walling- 
ford was baptized. 
Sep 15 Mr Jn° Decker & Sarah his wife were admited 

to full Communion in this Church. 
Sep 22 Jethro Bickford had a child baptized Jethro. 
Sep 29 Mr George Walton & Patience Walton w r admit- 
ed to full Communion. 
Oct 6 Mary Witham was admited to full Communion in 
y s Church. 
Item Sarah Crocket own'd y e Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 
13 Clement Meservey owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized his wife also own'd y e Covenant & y r child 
was baptized, John. 
Item Christopher son to Christopher Huntris & 

Mary Huntris was baptized. 
Item Martha Daughter to Christopher & Mary Hun- 
tris was baptized. 
Oct 13 John Stevens & Sarah had a daughter baptized. 

Nov 10 Sam 11 Meloon own'd the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 

Item Sam 11 son to Sam 11 & Mary Meloon was bap- 
tized. 

Item Mary Daughter to Sam 11 & Mary Meloon was 
baptized. 

Dec 7 James Place & wife own'd y e Covenant & he was 
baptized. 



BAPTISMS. 109 

1728 Dec 7 Susanna Place own'd y e Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 
Item Elizabeth Wooddey owned y e Covenant & was 
baptized. 
1728/9 Jan 12 John son to James & Mary Place was bap- 
tized. 
Jan 19 Benjamin Adams son to Joseph & Elizabeth 

Adams, was Baptized. 
July 13 Lemuel son to Jose ph & Mary Walker was bap- 
tized. 
20 Jeremiah Hogdon own'd the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 
Item William son to Deacon Dam & Abigail his 

wife was bap. 
Olive Daughter to Edw d Walker was baptized. 
Aug 3 Abigail Daughter to Jn° & Sarah Bickford was 
baptized. 
Item Mary daughter to Jn° & Eliz a Knight was bap- 
tized. 
Sep 1 21 Sarah Daughter to Will: & Sarah Waterhouse 
was baptized. 
Item Sam 1 son to Sam 1 & Else Rawlins was Bap- 
tized. 
Oct. 26 John son & Temperance Daughter to James & 
Abigail Nutter w r baptized. 
Item Elizabeth daughter to Thomas & Mary Picker- 
ing was baptized. 
Item Sarah daughter to Jn* & Lidia Hoit was bap- 
tized. 
Nov 16 John son to Samuel & Mary Meloon was Bap- 
tized. 
Dec: 28 Ann Hogdon was admited as a member of this 

Church in full Communion. 
Jan y 18 Rosimund Daughter to Hatevil & Rebecca Nut- 
ter was baptized. 
Feb 22 Jane Daughter to Jn° & Mary Hogdon sec dus was 
baptized. 
1730 March 1 st Elizabeth daughter to Jonathan & Eliz th 
Downing was baptized. 
22 Dorothe Daughter to Joshua & Susanna Downing 
was baptized. 
March 27 Deborah Daughter to Joshua & Deborah Pick- 
ering was baptized. 



110 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1730 April 16 John son to Eliezer & Ann Coleman was 

baptized. 
19 Darling son to Christopher Huntris & Mary his 
wife was bapt d . 
June 7 Leah Nntter was admited to full Communion in 
y 8 Church. 
21 Noah son to Joseph & Sarah Rawlins was baptized. 
July 5 John Son to Phillip & Sarah Dore was baptized. 
19 Thomas Son to Thomas & Mary Trickey was bap- 
tized. 
Aug 9 Benjamin Son [to] Richard & Eliz a Dam was 

baptized. 
Jan 26 Miriam Daughter to Samuel & Sarah Nutter was 
Baptized. 

1731 April 4 Jabez Son to Moses & Abigail Dam was 

baptized. 

Sep 19 Alexander Hogdon & Mary his wife owned the 
Covenant. 
Item Eliazer & Samuel Sons to Alex r & Mary Hog- 
don w r baptized. 
Item Susanna Daughter to Joseph & Elizabeth Rich- 
ards was baptized. 

Oct 1 ' 3 Sarah Daughter to Jeremiah Hogdon was bap- 
tized. 

Jan 2 Deborah Row owned the Covenant & had her child 
baptized Moses. 
11 Dodifer Bickford's son was baptized and named 
Persey. 

Feb 13 Samuel Son to Joshua & Deborah Pickering was 
baptized. 

1732 April 23 George Son to George & Abigail Boyde 

was baptized. 
30 Deborah Daughter to Joshua & Susanna Downing 

was Baptized. 
May 7 Mary Daughter to Christopher & Mary Huntris 

was baptized. 
June 25 Ann Daughter to Alexander & Mary Hogdon 

was baptized. 
July 16 George Son to Cap" John Knight & Elizabeth 

his wife was Baptized. 

Aug" 13 Jonathan Son to Sam 11 & Allice Rawlins was 
Baptized. 



BAPTISMS. Ill 

1732 Aug st 20 Benjamin Son to Thomas & Rachel Row 

was Baptized. 
Oct r 1 Mary Daughter to Hatevil & Rebecca Nutter was 

baptized. 
Oct r 8 Mary Shakford Daughter to Joshua & Mary Shak- 

ford owned the Covenant & was baptized. 
Nov. 19 Hatevil Nutter Jun. & wife* had their Daughter 

Baptized Sarah. 
Item Susanna Follet owned the Covenant and had 

her son Baptized Thomas. 
Dec: 17 John Huntris & Mary had a child Baptized. 
Item Peverton had a child Baptized. 

1733 April 8 Sam 11 son to Sam 11 & Sarah Nutter was bap- 

tized. 
Item Martha Daughter to Edward & Deliverance 
Walker was baptized. 
May 6 Ebenezer son to Edward & Deliverance Walker 
was baptized. 
27 Eliphalet son to Seth & Eliz a Ring was baptized. 
July 1 st Mary Quint owned the Covenant & was baptized. 
July 29 Thomas Trickey's son was Baptized Lemuel. 
Aug 12 Moses Furbur & wife* owned y e Covenant. & 
had 2 children Baptized viz Will: & Sarah. 
19 Michael Carter owned y e Covenant & was Baptized. 
Sep 16 Deborah Daughter to John & Mary Trickey was 
baptized. 
Item John son to Jn° & Mary Hogdon was baptized. 
23 Jabez son to Rich d & Eliz ath Dam was Baptized. 
Item Benjamin Son to Thomas & Mary Pickering 
was Baptized. 
30 Benjamin Son & Deborah Daughter to James & 
Deborah Rawlings were baptized. 
Oct 7 Theodore son to John & Eliza" 1 Dam was Baptized. 
Item Hannah Daughter to Sam 11 & Allice Rawlings 

was Baptized. 
Item Elizabeth Daughter to John & Lydia Hoite 
was Baptized. 
14 Edward Walker Jun r & wife owned the Covenant. 
Item John son to John & Mary Stevens was Bap- 
tized. 
Nov 4 Edward Walker & Sarah, y r son was baptized 

Joshua. 
♦Certain words omitted. — Ed. 



112 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1733 Nov 25 Joshua son to Moses Furbur & Hannah his 

wife was baptized. 
Dec 2 Mary Daughter to John & Lydia Hoite baptized. 

1734 Jan y 13 Ephraim Son to Joshua & Deborah Picker- 

ing was Baptized. 
20 Rosimund Daughter to Eliaz r & Anna Coleman 
baptized. 

Feb 3 Christopher Huntis and wife had a son baptized 
George. 
Item Hannah Daughter to Hatevil Nutter & Hannah 
was baptized. 

Feb 17 Dea n Dam's Daughter was baptized Mary. 

March 3 Mehitable Hall owned y e Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 

March 10 Allice Daughter to Jethro & Hannah Bickford 
was Baptized. 

March 24 George Son to James & Hannah Place was 
baptized. 

Item Bethene Daughter to James & Deborah Rawlins 
was Baptized. 

March 28 Sarah Daughter to Henry and Sarah Allard 
was baptized. 

April 7 th Jane Daughter to Eben r & Jane Place was Bap- 
tized. 
14 Abigail Daughter to Alexander & Mary Hogdon 
was Baptized. 

April 28 Joseph son to Samuel and Abigail Huntris was 
Baptized. 

May 2 David Son to Peverton and Mary his 

wife was Baptized. 

June 2 Sarah Daughter to John Perry & Rebecca his 
wife was baptized. 

June 2 Jethro Furbur & Phebe his wife* owned the Cov- 
enant and had a son baptized, Jethro. 

Item Ezekiel Pevey Son to Abel & Maiy Pevey was 
baptized. 

Sep r 2 John son to Sam 11 & Mary Place was Baptized. 

Item Samuel Son to William and Hannah Murre was 

baptized. 
Item Sarah Daughter to Sampson [and] Dorothy 

Bab was Baptized. 

♦Certain words omitted. — Ed. 



EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 



[Epping was incorporated February 23, 1741-2. It was taken from 
Exeter. The vital records appear to have been entered on Vol. I, of 
the Epping Records, from back to front, but in publishing them it has 
been thought best to follow the order of the paging, rather than the 
apparent order of entry. If the many subscribers who have requested 
that the Epping Records be taken up now, will be patient the old vital 
records will soon be given. ] 

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

The following is a correct list of all the marriages which I 
have solemnized since March 1 st 1817. 

1817. March 12 th Marriage between M r John Rundlet of 
Epping and Miss Betsey Ingalls of Poplin. 

Ap. 20 th Marriage between M r Shurburn Rollings and 
Miss Nancy Sanborn both of Epping. 

May 28 th Marriage between M r James P. Harvey of Lee 
and Miss Deborah Huckings of Nottingham. 

May 29 th Marriage between M r George Newhall of Ep- 
ping and Miss Thankful Hoit of Nottingham. 

July 23 d Marriage between M r Sam 1 Dudley Jun r and 
Miss Dorothy Morrill both of Brentwood. 

Aug. 21 st Marriage between M r Josiah Smith and Miss 
Olive Bogwell both of Raymond. 

Sept. 25 th Marriage between M r Joseph Jenness and Miss 
Anna Knox both of Rye. 

Oct. 6 th Marriage between Mr Benaiah Rundlett and Miss 
Betsey E. French both of Epping. 

Dec. 11 th Marriage between Mr. Ebenezer Kenison Jun r 
of Epping and Miss Susannah Kenison of Newmarket. 

Dec. 28 th Marriage between Mr Nathaniel P. Duty of Sa- 
lem, M. S. [Mass.] and Miss Deborah H. Oilman of 
Exeter, N. H. 

D° 30 th Marriage between M r William Knox of Pem- 
broke & Miss Polly Plumer of Epping. 

1818. Jan. 1 st Marriage between Mr Samuel Dutch of Ex- 
eter and Miss Nancy Bartlett of Epping. 

Feb. 21 th Marriage between Mr. George Lang of Lee and 
Miss Sukey Davis of Epping. 



114 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

A true Record of the List deliverd me by The Rev d Peter 
Holt March 9 th 1818. 

Attest J a 8 R. Creighton Town Clerk. 

Epping December 20 th 1818. These may Certify that M r 
Josiah Spiller and Miss Rebecca Lord both of Epping 
have this day been lawfully Joined in Marriage, by Reu- 
ben Ball Preacher of the Gospel in Brentwood. 
A True record of the certificate 

Attest Dan 1 Plumer T. Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 355.) 
The following is a list of all the Epping Marriages which I 
have Solemnized since the first of March 1818. 

1818. April 6 th Marriage between M r Oren Edgerly and 
Miss Betsey Shaw, both of Epping. 

April 26. Marriage between M r John H. Hoit of Notting- 
ham and Miss Lydia Cook of Epping. 

May 7 th Marriage between M r John Langmaid of Not- 
tingham and Miss Sally Dame of Epping. 

May 19. Marriage between M r Thomas Burley and M r8 
Mary Brown both of Epping. 

June 6. Marriage between M r Josiah Hill J r and Miss 
Mary G. Dow both of Epping. 

June 23. Marriage between M r Abraham Rowel of Chi- 
chester, and Miss Lovey Simson of Epping. 

July 1. Marriage between M r John Nichols of Lynn, M. 
S. [Mass.] and Miss Mary Newhall of Epping. 

August 13. Marriage between Doc r Benjamin Wilson of 
Brentwood and Miss Melinda Ingalls of Poplin. 

Sep r 16. Marriage between M r Benjamin Bradley of Ha- 
verhill, M. S. [Mass.] and M rs Phebe Butler of Notting- 
ham. 

Oct r 15. Marriage between M r George Gibson of Poplin 
and Miss Waity True of Chester. 

Nov. 26. Marriage between M r Joseph Knox of Pem- 
brook and Polly Clifford of Epping. 

Dec 1 " 24. Marriage between M r Isaac B. Morril and Miss 
Rebecca Chase both of Epping. 

Dec r 31 8t Marriage between M r Nathaniel Batchelder of 
Gilmanton and Miss Polly Swain of Epping. 

1819. Jan y 19. Marriage between M r John Sanbourn Jun r 
and Miss Susan Sanbourn both of Brentwood. 

Jan y 21. Marriage between M r John Clark of Epping and 
Miss Rachel Smith of Newmarket. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 115 

Epping March 1, 1819. 

Peter Holt Minister of the Gospel. 
A True Record of the list returned to the Town Clerk by 
M r . Holt. 

Attest Daniel Plurner Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 356.) 
M r Augustus M. Doey of Portsmouth and Miss Allice Wal- 
lace of Nottingham were joined in marriage by the sub- 
scriber on the first day of August 1819. 

Joseph Shepard Just. Peace. 
A True Record from Certificate returned by Joseph Shep- 
ard Esq. 

Attest Dan 1 Plumer Town Clerk. 

Epping March 1. 1820. The following is a list of all the 
marriages, which I have solemnized within a year, pre- 
vious to this date. 

1819. March 3 rd Marriage between M 1 Simeon Norris and 
Miss Judith Wheeler both of Epping. 

June 27 th Marriage between M r William Miller and Miss 

Abigail Lovering both of Raymond. 
Oct r 21 st Marriage between M r Ezra Gibson and Miss 

Hannah Judkins both of Candia. 
Dec r 30 th Marriage between M r Abijah Lovering and 

Miss Polly Dudley both of Raymond. 

1820. February 6 th Lieut. John Stevens of Nottingham & 
Miss Lydia Sanborn of Epping were married at my 
house by the Rev. Josiah Webster of Hampton. 

Peter Holt Minister of the Gospel. 

A true Record from the list received from Rev. M r Holt. 

March 11 th , 1820. Attest Dan 1 Plumer Town Clerk. 
Epping March 1, 1821. To the Town Clerk of said Epping. 

The following is a list of all the marriages which I have 
solemnized since I made return to the Town Clerk. 
1820. April 13. Marriage between M 1 ' Samuel Plumer J r 
and Miss Mary H. Lawrence, both of Epping. 

20. Marriage between M r Josiah Chase of Epping & Miss 
Abigail Bartlett of Nottingham. 

June 25. Marriage between M r Samuel Endicott of Bev- 
erly, M. S. [Mass.] & Miss Hannah Holt of Epping, N. H. 

July 4. Marriage between M 1 ' Elijah Rundlet of Lee and 
Miss Elizabeth Rogers of Nottingham. 

Nov r 9. Marriage between M r Samuel Wallis and Miss 
Dolly M. French, both of Nottingham, 



116 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

1820. Nov. 9. Marriage between M r John Hills & Miss 
Mary Wiggin both of Epping. 

D° Marriage between M r John Trask & Miss Hannah 
Gordon, both of Brentwood. 

Peter Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 
A true record. 

Attest William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 357.) 
To the Town Clerk of Epping. I hereby certify, that Jona- 
than Rundlet and Lydia Rundlet both of Epping were 
lawfully married on the 18 th day of Novem r A. D. 1821, 
by me William Stearns, Jus. Peace. 

A true Copy of Certificate Recorded Nov r 25, 1821. 
Attest William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 358.) 
To the Town Clerk in Epping. The following marriages 
have been solemnized by me. 

1821. Dec r 5 th Marriage between M r Thomas Folsom of 
Raymond & Miss Sally Edgerly of Epping. 

1822. Jan y 9 th Marriage between M r John Watson J r of 
Newmarket & Miss Betsey Gilman of Epping. 

Jan y 16. Marriage between M r Joseph Winslow and Miss 
Miriam Dow, both of Epping. 

Exeter, Feb y 12, 1822. Peter Holt. 

A true record from the return of Rev d Peter Holt. 
Attest William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 361.) 
Levi Gordon Towle son of Levi Towle Esq 1 & Panny his wife 

born Feb 6 th 1785. 
Joseph Towle son of Levi Towle & Panny his wife born 

May 4 th 1789. 
Guardner Towle son of Levi Towle Esq r & Panny his wife 

born March 3 d 1791. 
Panny Towle daughter of Levi Towle Esq r & Panny his 

wife born Oct. 18 th 1795. 
Sally Towle daughter of Levi Towle Esq 1 ' & Panny his wife 

born Sept. 11 th 1797. 
George W. Towle son of Col. Joseph Towle & Nancy his 

wife born Sept. 19 th 1810. 
Charles D. Towle born Dec. 9 th 1815 son of Col. Joseph 

Towle & Nancy his wife. 
Panny Towle daughter of Col. Joseph Towle & Nancy his 

wife born July 31 8t 1818. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 117 

Joseph Warren Towle son of Col. Joseph Towle & Nancy 

his wife was born August 15 th 1825. 
Zebulon Dow Creighton son of James B. Creighton & Sally 

his wife born Dec. 24 th 1812. 
Martha Ann Creighton daughter of James B. Creighton & 

Sally his wife was born July 4 th 1817. 

(E. T. R., I: 362.) 

Mehetabell Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his 

wife was Born Jan^ 25 th 1772. 
William Straw Son to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his wife was 

Born Janur* 26 th 1774. 
Josiah Straw Son to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his wife was 

Born May 21 st 1776. 
Sarah Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his wife 

was Born June 22 d 1778. 
Lydia Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his wife 

was Born January 22 d 1781. 
Hannah Cumins Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah 

his wife was Born October 17 th 1783. 
Molly Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his wife 

was Born May 4 th 1786. 
Rosalinda Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah his 

wife was Born Septemb r 17 th 1788. 
Betsey Dearborn Straw Daughter to Ebenezer Straw & Sarah 

his wife was Born September 16 th 1791. 

(E. T. R., I: 414.) 

John Prescutt Son to Jonathan Prescutt and Hannah his 
wife was Born August 10 th 1772. 

Mariam Prescutt Daughter to Jonathan Prescutt and Han- 
nah his wife was Born July 19 th 1774. 

William Prescutt Son to Jonathan Prescutt and Hannah his 
wife was Born September 3 d 1776. 

Molley Prescutt Daughter to Jonathan Prescutt and Hannah 
his wife was Born February 24 th 1780. 

Chase Prescutt Son to Jonathan Prescutt and Hannah his 
wife was Born March 14 th 1783. 

Hannah Prescutt Daughter to Jonathan Prescutt and Han- 
nah his wife was Born January 14 th 1786. 

Rebekah Prescutt Daughter to Jonathan Prescutt and Han- 
nah his wife was Born December 26 th 1788. 

Sally Prescutt Daughter to Jonathan Prescutt and Hannah 
his wife was Born June 9 th 1791. 



118 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Jonathan Prescutt son to Jonathan Prescutt and Hannah his 

wife was Born May 26 th 1793. 
Moses French son of James French and Mehetable his wife 

was born June 30, 1792. 
Elizabeth Gordon French daughter of James French and 

Mehetable his wife was born April 30, 1794. 
Dorothy Moody French daughter of James French & Mehet- 
able his wife was born May 19, 1797. 
Sarah French daughter of James French and Mehetable his 

wife was born October 9, 1799. 
Lucy French daughter of James French and Mehetable his 

wife was born February 27, 1802. 
Mehetable French daughter of James French & Mehetable 

his wife was born April 9, 1804. (E. T. R., I: 415.) 
Nathaniel Morrill, son of. Oliver Morrill and Abra his wife 

was born Feb y 23, 1773. 
Hannah Rowell, daughter of John Rowell and Hannah his 

wife was born August 9 th 1776. 
Nathaniel Morrill and Hannah Rowell were married Nov r 20, 

1800. 
Nathaniel Morrill son of Nathaniel Morrill and Hannah his 

wife was born June 23 d 1806. 
Hannah Merrill daughter of Nathaniel Morrill & Hannah his 

wife was born April 28, 1809. 
John Washington Morrill son of Nathaniel Morrill and Han- 
nah his wife was born December 6 th 1818. 
Hannah Morrill wife of Nathaniel Morrill Died August 29 th 
1835. 

Attest N. Morrill Jr. Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 416.) 
The following is a correct list of all the marriages which were 
solemnized by me from March first 1816 to March first 
1817. 
1816. March 10 th Marriage between M r Nathaniel Ladd & 
Mrs. Mary Folsom both of Epping. 
May 2 nd Marriage between M 1 ' Daniel Rogers of Notting- 
ham & Miss Mehetable Rollings of Epping. 
May 6 th Marriage between M r Benjamin Johnson Jun r & 

Miss Polly Watson both of Epping. 
June 13 th Marriage between M r Richard Bartlett & Miss 

Polly Hilton both of Deerfield. 
July 13 th Marriage between M r Greenleaf Smith & Miss 
Polly French both of Epping. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 119 

1816. Sept. 9 th Marriage between M r Edward M. Wad- 
leigh & Miss Ann Smith both of Brentwood. 

October 7 th Marriage between M r Simeon Rundlett & Miss 

Sally Rundlett both of Epping. 
October 10 th Marriage between M r William Sandborn of 

Poplin & Miss Abigail Rowe of Brentwood. 
October 17 th Marriage between M r Lawrence Brown & 

Miss Eunice Norris both of Epping. 
October 17 th Marriage between M r True worthy Durgan 

of Newmarket & Miss Mary York of Epping. 
Nov. 14 th Marriage between M r Henry Hull of Chester & 

Miss Lydia Marston of Raymond. 

1817. Jan. 2 nd Marriage between M r True Osgood & Miss 
Ruth F. Davis both of Epping. 

Feb 4 th Marriage between M r Enoch Brown of Poplin & 

Miss Abigail Brown of Epping. 
Feb 27 th Marriage between M r George Hopkinson & Miss 
Isabel Tilton both of Deerfield. 
Epping March 25 th 1817. 

Peter Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 
A true record attest Ja s B. Creighton, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 417.) 
The following is a correct list of all the marriages solemnized 
by the subscriber since the first day of March 1815. 

1815. March 27. Marriage between Ira Lock and Rebekah 
Prescott, both of Epping. 

May 4. Between Josiah Robinson and Betsy Lane both 

of Poplin. 
Aug 1 10. Between Benjamin M. Smith and Mehitable F. 

Leighton, both of Epping. 
17. Between John Moore of Raymond and Abigail Lock 

of Chester. 

Sept r 10. Between John Lawrence & Polly Gordon both 
of Epping. 

Oct r 22. Between John Wells & Rachel Libbee both of 
Epsom. 

Dec r 7. Between Ebenezer Pease & Lydia Kelley both of 
Epping. 

26. Between Simon Winslow and Mary Fogg Both of 
Epping. 

1816. Jan y 15. Between Alexander M c Cluer & Martha 
Varnum both of Raymond. 



120 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

1816. Jan y 31. Between Henry Osgood of Raymond & 

Sally Lock of Chester. 
Feb y 8. Between William Thompson & Sally Dearborn 

both of Epping. 
13. Between Enoch Wadleigh & Sally Sanborn both of 

Epping. 
20. Between Abraham Tilton 3 d and Mary French both 

of Epping. 

27. Between Chase C. Hill & Comfort Palmer both of 
Deerfield. 

28. Between John D. Norris and Susan Brown both of 
Epping. 

Epping, March 1, 1816. P. Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 

Attest William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

The following is a correct account of all the marriages, which 

I have solemnized from March 1, 1813 to March 1, 1814. 
1813. April 22. Marriage between M c Daniel Barber J 1 & 

Miss Hannah Oilman, both of Epping. 
May 20. Marriage between Abraham Hodgkins & Abigail 

Nay, both of Raymond. 
June 16. Marriage between William Stevens of Brent- 

wood & Mehitable Brown of Poplin. 
June 17. Marriage between Benjamin Brown J r & Betsy 

Abbot, Both of Poplin. 
June 23. Marriage between Moses Dow of Epping & 

Nancy Sanborn of Brentwood. 
July 3. Marriage between John S. Haines of Greenland 

& Betsy Rundlet of Epping. 
July 22. Marriage between John Hoag and Rachel Wil- 

ley both of Epping. 
October 9. Marriage between Paul Brown and Sally 

Smith both of Epping. 

Nov r 3. Marriage between Nathaniel Huntoon & Sally 
Giles, both of Epping. 

Nov r 4. Marriage between Peter Bartlett of Deerfield & 
Mary Dearborn of Raymond. 

Nov 1 8. Marriage between Simeon Towle Jr. & Betsey 

Kennistone both of Epping. 
Nov r 11. Marriage between Nathan Page and Polly 

Weeks both of Epping and 
Marriage between James Sanborn and Hannah Stevens, 

both of Epping. 



STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 18.] 

Here follows the birth of John Leuy* Family. 
John Leuy was born in Greenland September 27 th 1754 
Leucy Leuy Wife of John Leuy was born April 7 th Day 

1759 
Stephen Leuy son of John Leuy & Leucy Leuy his wife was 

bom Sep* 25 in Day 1775 

Here follows the Births of Samuel Mureys Family 
Elizabeth Murey Daughter of Samuel Murey and Hannah his 

wife was born May the fourteenth 14 th 1790 

(S. T. R., II: 320.) 
Here follows the Births of Andrew Wiggins Family 
Andrew Wiggin was born May — 1737 
Widow Mary Weeks his wife was born October 1733 
Anna Wiggin Daughter of Andrew Wiggin and Mary his 

wife was born July 23 d Day 1761 
Nathan Wiggin Son of Andrew Wiggin and Mary his wife 

was born February 20 th day 1763 
Phebe Wiggin Daughter of Andrew Wiggin and Mary his 

wife was born March y e 1 st Day 1765 
Martha Wiggin Daughter of Andrew Wiggin & Mary his 

wife was born March 23 d Day 1767 
Martha Wiggin Daughter of Andrew Wiggin and Mary his 

wife died December 16 th Day 1767 
Andrew Wiggin Son of Andrew Wiggin and Mary his wife 

was born October 8 th Day 1768 
Lyda Wiggin Daughter of Andrew Wiggin & Mary his wife 

was born March the 8 th Day 1771 
Jewett Wiggin Son of Andrew Wiggin & Mary his wife was 

born October 7 th day 1775 
Walter Weeks Son of Walter Weeks of Greenland & Mary 

his wife was born February 22 d day 1757 

(S. T. R., II: 321.) 

*We are not certain as to this name Leuy; it may be the old reading 
for Levy, but apparently the son Stephen called his name Luce or 
Lucy. — Ed. 



122 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Here follows the birth marriage &c of Cap 1 Noah Robinson 

family 
Cap* Noah Robinson Son of Jonathan Robinson and Marcy 

his wife was bom in Strath am May the 18 Day Anno 

Domini 1756 
Nancy Wiggin Daughter of Simon Wiggin Esq r & Hannah 

Wiggin his wife was born in Stratham April the 15 th Day 

Anno Domini 1760 
Cap 1 Noah Robinson & M rs Nancy Wiggin was married March 

the 1 st Day A.D. 1782 
Noah Robinson Son of Noah Robinson and Nancy his wife 

was born October 5 th A. D. 1782 
Nancy Robinson Daughter of Noah Robinson & Nancy his 

wife born in Epping October 4 th 1784 

(S. T. R.,II: 322.) 
Births of Bickford Kennison Children and his own age & 

wifes are as follows 
Bickford Kennison was Born Septem r 15 th Day 1743 
Elizabeth Kinnison wife of Bickford Kennison was born in 

Portsmouth March the 21 8t Day 1744 
Susa Kinneson Daughter of Bickford Kinneson and Eli 1)th his 

wife was Born September the 1 st Day 1766 
Stace Kinnison Son of Bickford Kinnison & Eliz" 1 his wife 

was Born March the 11 th Day 1768 
Nanny Kinnison Daughter of Bickford Kinnison and Eliz tu 

his wife was Born January the 18 Day 1770 
Molly Kinnison Daughter of Bickford Kinnison and Eliz" 1 

his wife was Born Feb r y the 20 th Day 1772 
Moses Kinnison Son of Bickford Kinnison and Eliz 1 " his wife 

was Born the 11 th Day of April 1774 
Bickford Kinnison Son of Bickford Kinnison and Eliz b his 

wife was Born March 16 Day 1776 
Sally Kinnison Daughter of Bickford Kinnison and Eliz th his 

wife was Born March the 16 Day* 

(S. T. R., II: 323.) 
Timothy Nokes the Son of Cuffe Nokes and Lydia Nokes 

Born August the 27 th Day 1752 
James Nokes the son of Cuffe Nokes and Lydia Nokes Born 

August the 7 Ul Day 1757 
L* Thomas Brackett, Eliph 11 Wiggin Jr and Samuel Kinnison 

were Drowned near George Bracketts point by the over- 
setting of a small float April 14 th Day 1785 & were all tak- 
*Year torn out. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MABRIAGES'AND DEATHS. 123 



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en up the next morning and were buried the^l6 th Day of 

April 1785. L* Brackett & Elip h Wiggin were buried in 

one grave & Samuel Kinnison in the same Burying place 

Namely in the orchard of L* Brackett Dec d 

(S. T. R., II: 324.) 
Here follows the Birth Marriage &c of And w Wiggin Jun 

his family 
Andrew Wiggin Son of Andrew Wiggin Esq & Dorothy his 

wife Born July 14 th Day 1752 
Andrew Wiggin Jun and Mary Bracket were married at 

Greenland January 29 th Day 1774 
Polly Wiggin Daughter of Andrew Wiggin Jun and Marv 

his wife Born Octob r 9 th Day 1780 

(S. T. R., II: 325.) 
Here follows the Births of James Kelleys Children 
Caty Kelley Daughter of James Kelley Born Fe. 18 th 1762 
Daniel Kelley Son of James Kelley Born June 29 th 1767 
Addi Kelley Son of James Kelley Born March 6 D. 1769 
Levi Kelley Son of James Kelley Born October 23 d 1770 
Joseph & Benj a Kelley Sons to James Kelley Born Septem 1 

14 th 1772 
Esther Kelley Daughter of James Kelley Born November 

12 th 1774 " 
George Washington Kelley Son to James Kelley Born Jan: 

18 th 1776 
Caty Kelley Died January 5 th 1845 
Here follows the Birth of Nancy Weeks Daughter of Walter 

Weeks and Nancy his wife born April y e 20 th 1792 and 

Departed this life June following y e 18 day 

(S. T. R., II: 326.) 
Heare follows the Births of Nathan Barkers family 
Nathan Barker was Born Feb r y e 7 th Day Old S l 1741 
Ann Wiffgin his wife was Born Janu a 21 st D 1742 
Anna Barker Daughter of Nathan Barker and Ann his wife 

was Born Decern 1 26 th 1769 
Martha Barker Daughter of Nath" Barker and Ann his wife 

was Born Nov r 29 D. 1772 
Mary Barker Daughter of Nathan Barker and Ann Barker 

was Born August 17 th Day 1775 
Sophia Barker Daughter of Nathan Barker and .Ann his wife 

was Born January 9 th Day 1778 
Charles Barker Son of Nathan Barker and Ann his wife was 

born Feb 3 d Day 1781 



124 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Sally Barker Daughter of Nathan Barker & Ann his wife 

born January 5 th 1785 
Noah Barker Son of Nathan Barker & Ann his wife was 

born March 30 th Day 1789 
Hear follows the Births of Moses Wiggins Children 
Betty Wiggin Daughter of Moses Wiggin and Comford* 

Wiggin his wife was Born Feb r 23 d Day 1767 
Isaac Wiggin Son of Moses Wiggin and Comford his wife 
was Born June the 16 th Day 1769 

(S. T. R., II: 327.) 
Here follows the Births of John Folsom & his Family 
John Folsom was Born in Newmarkett July 7 th Day 1723 
Sarah Veazey Daughter of Samuel Veazey was Born in Strat- 

ham November y e 7 th Day 1727 
John Folsom and Sarah Veazey was married Janu y 1748 
Samuel Folsom Son of John and Sarah his wife was Born 

January the 10 th Day 1749 
Samuel Folsom Son of John Folsom and Sarah his wife De- 
parted this Life September the 4 m Day 1750 
David Folsom Son of John Folsom and Sarah his wife was 

Born May the 20 th Day 1750 
Hannah Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Sarah his 

wife was born June 23 d Day 1753 
Hannah Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Sarah his wife 

Departed this life May 31 st Day 1755 
Mary Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Sarah his wife 

was Born December 20 th Day 1755 
Mary Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Sarah his wife 

Departed this life Julyy e 2 d 1759 
Sarah Folsom wife of John Folsom Departed this Life Sep- 
tember y e 19 th Day 1756 
Andrew Wiggin Son of Andrew Wiggin Esq r Born July 14 th 

1752 
Chase Wiggin Son of Joseph Wiggin of Greenland Born 

Feb ry 26 day 1765 
Winthrop Wiggin Son of Bradstreet Wiggin & Mary his wife 

was born March 17 th 1749 

(S. T. R., II: 328.) 
Sarah Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Martha Folsom 

his second wife was Born Feb y 10 th Day 1758 
Martha Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Martha his 

wife was Born January 11 th Day 1760 

♦Probably intended for Comfort. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 125 

Anna Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Martha his wife 

was Born June y e 16 th 1762 
Elizabeth Folsom Daughter of John Folsom and Martha Fol- 
som his wife was Born June 23 d Day 1769 
Mary Brackett Daughter of Thomas Brackett and Martha 

Brackett his wife was Born October y e 17 th Day 1754 
Martha second wife of John Folsom was Born in Stratham 

April y e 15 th Day 1729 Daughter to Thomas Wiggin 
Andrew Wiggin Jun r & Mary Brackett was married January 

the 29 Day 1774 
John Poor and Sarah Folsom was married November 2 d Day 

1777 
Thomas Brackett and Martha Folsom was married October 

the 27 th Day 1778 
John Adams and Anna Folsom was married January the 10 th 

1788 
Mary Wiggin wife of Andrew Wiggin Ju r Departed this life 

March y e 25 Day 1786 aged thirty one years five months 

& eighth having Lived in the marriage state twelve years 

one month & twenty five Days 
John Folsom Departed this life April 17, 1787 

(S. T. R., II: 329.) 
Births of Samuel Wiggins Children 
Mary Wiggin was Born May the 12 th Day 1751 
Ann Wiggin was Born May the 24 th Day 1753 
Phineas Wiggin was Born June the 3 d Day 1757 
Elijah Wiggin was Born Nov the 3 d Day 1760 
Andrew Wiggin was Born Decern 1 ' the 27 th Day 1762 
Abigail Wiggin was Born Nov r the ll 01 Day 1765 
Lyda Wiggin was Born Feb r y the 11 th Day 1767 
Hannah Wiggin was Born Aug st the 16 th Day 1771 

Births of John Smith Children & Dorithy his wife are as 

follows 
Dorithy Smith wife of John Smith was Born November the 

5 th old Stile 1733 
Anna Smith Daughter of John Smith & Dor" 17 his wife was 

Born Feb r the 22 d Day 1756 
Abigail Smith Daughter of John Smith and Dor thy his wife 

was Born 10 th Day of No br 1757 
John Smith Jun r Son of John Smith and Dori thy his wife 

was Born the 10 th Day Aug st 1760 
Molley Smith Daughter of John Smith and Dori tUy his wife 

was Born y e 26 th D Nove r 1762 



1 26 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Salley Smith Daughter of John Smith and Dor thy his wife 

was Born the 10 ,h D Aug 8t 1766 
Dolly Smith Daughter of John Smith & Dor ,hy his wife was 

Born the 10 Ul Day of May 1768 
Jerusha Smith Daughter of John Smith and Dor thy his wife 

was Born the 7 th Day of October 1771 
Hezekiah Smith Son of John Smith and Dor thy his wife was 
Born July 17 th Day 1773 

(S. T. R., II: 330.) 
Stratham, Oct. 20"' 1794. This may certify that I have 
published an intention of marriage between M r Enos Hoag 
& Miss Miriam Meder both of Stratham aforesaid. 

P. Merrill, T. Clerk. 
Rockingham, ss. Portsmouth, November 5 th 1794. 

This may certify all whom it doth or may concern that the 
within named Enos Hoag and Miriam Meder were this day 
lawfully joined in marriage by 

George Gains, Jus. Peace. 
Attest P. Merrill, T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 120.) 

Marriages Solmnized before the Rev d James Miltimore, 
in the year 1794, &c. 
M r Jn° Smith, to Miss Hannah Wiggin, Ap 1 10 l 
M r Benj. Kelley, to Miss Betsey Chase, D° D° 
M r George Wiggin, to Miss Patty Barker, July 3 d 
M r Chase Wiggin, to Miss Nancy French, July 10' 
M r Dan 1 Wiggin, to Miss Deborah Wiggin, Aug 1 7. 
M r David Rundlet, to Miss Rhoda Robinson, Sep* 2 d 
M r Ja 8 Kelley, to Miss Anna Kenniston, Sep 1 11 th 
M r Eliphalet Merrill, to Miss Miriam Green, Oct. 9. 
M r Moses Clark, to Miss Jane Robinson, Oct. 19 th 
M r Aaron Smith, to Miss Nancy Merrill, Nov r 12. 
M r Tho 8 B. Wiggin, to Miss Betsey Thurston, Fe b l 8t 1795. 
M r Thorn 8 Wiggin, to Miss Betsey Jewett, Fe b 5, Do 

March 23 d 1795. Attest. P. Merrill, T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 127.) 

This may certify that M r John Jewett, of Stratham, & Miss 

Ann Frances Clark, of Epping, were joined in Wedlock, 

the 27 th day of Jan* 1796 by me Sam 1 Shepherd. 

Pastor of a church of Christ in Brentwood. 

A true transcript. Attest. P. Merrill, T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 137.) 



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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 127 

Marriages solemnized before the Rev d James Miltimore, from 

March 1795, to March 1796. 
M r Ephraim Folsom to Miss Comfort Leavitt, Ap 1 5 th 1795. 
M r John Hains to Miss Lydia Jewell, Ap 1 12 th D° 
M r Benjamin Hoit to Miss Jane Piper, April 19 th D° 
M r Abiel Fogg to Miss Polly Smith, Ap 1 22 d , D° 
M r Nath 1 H. Dodge to Mrs. Anna Hillyard, August 17 th D° 
M r Josiah Folsom to Miss Sally Lane, Oct 29 th D° 
M r Stephen Lucy to Miss Dolly Wiggin Dec r 28 th D° 
M r Ab m French to Miss Hannah Lane Jan y 1796 
M r Benj n Dearborn Foss to Miss Marcy Wiggin, Jan y 24 th D° 
M r Jonathan Robinson to Miss Mary Rollins, March 9 th D° 
M r Jesse Sanborn to Miss Sally Stevens, March 17 th D° 
M r Ebenezer Smith to Miss Rachel Stevens, D°, D°, D° 
N. B. M r Dodge & Mrs. Hillyard, M r Robinson & Miss Rol- 
lins were not of Stratham. 

A true Copy. P. Merrill, T. C. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 139.) 
This may certify that M r James Scammon & Miss Lydia 
Wiggin both of Stratham, were joined in wedlock, the 
fourth day of April 1796 by me 

Sam 1 Shephard, Pastor of a church hi Brentwood. 
A true copy: P. Merrill, T. Clerk. 

Genealogy of Nicholas Rollins Esq IS Family. 
Nicholas Rollins, born June 15 th 1743. 
Abigail Tilton, born Oct r 20 th 1745. 

Births and deaths of their Children. 
Hannah Rollins, born Feb y 28 th 1763. 
Elisha Rollins, born May 29 th 1765. 
Nicholas Rollins, born June 20 th 1767. 
Daniel Rollins, born July 22 d 1770. 
Polly Rollins, born June 3 d 1772. 
Levi Rollins, born Oct. 31 st 1774. 
Mark Rollins, born July 4 th 1777. 
Asa Rollins, born March 15 th 1780. 
Nancy Rollins, born May 15 th 1782. 
Elisha Rollins, born June 25 th 1786. 
Abigail Rollins, born Oct. 4 th 1790. 

Deaths of the above Family. 
Elisha Rollins, departed this life June 15 th 1786: aged 21 

years & 17 days. 
Daniel Rollins, departed this life April 19 th 1783, aged 12 
years, 8 months, and 28 days. 



128 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Asa Rollins, departed this life Ap 1 22 d 1783, aged 3 years, 1 

month, and 7 days. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 163.) 
Hannah Wiggin Wife of Ens" David Wiggin, and Daughter 

of Nieh. Rollins Esq 1 departed this life Dec. 23 d 1794, aged 

31 years, 9 months & twenty five days. 
Levi Rollins departed this life Sept. 8"' 1799 aged 24 years 

10 months & 23 days. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 164.) 
Genealogy of Ford Merrills Family. 
Ford Merrill was bom Sep 1 2 d 1753 
Bettsey Merrill born August ll ,h 1752 
Ford Morrill & Betty Merrill were married March 30"' 1775 

Births & Deaths of their Children 
Lucretia Merrill born Feb* 26 th 1776 on Monday 
Sally Merrill born May 19 th 1778 on Tuesday 
Bettsey L. Merrill born August 31 st 1780, Thursday 
Asa Merrill born March 10 th 1783, Monday 
Polly Merrill born March 12 th 1786, Sunday 
Dolley Merrill born Nov. 21 st 1788, Friday 
James Merrill born July 24 th 1791, Sunday 
Sarah Merrill Pottle daughter of Benjamin Pottle and Sarah 

his wife was born May 8 th 1803. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 165.) 
Genealogy of Josiah Brown's family. 
Josiah Brown was born, Jan y 13 th 1765. 
Sarah Clark was born, Dec. 26 th 1771. 
Josiah Brown & Sarah Clark were married, June 12 th 1792. 

Births and deaths of their children. 
Nathan Brown, born June 22 d 1793. 
Elizabeth Brown was born May 29 Ul 1796, & died June l 8t 

1796. 
Enoch Clark Brown was born August 24 th 1797. 
Enoch Clark Brown departed this life, Oct. 10 th 1798. 
Josiah Brown was born June 6 th 1799. 
Greenleaf Clark Brown, born March 27 th 1801. 
Edmund Moody Brown born Oct. 5 th 1803. 
Charles Brown, was born Nov. 6 th 1805. 
Joshua Brown, was born April 6 th 1808. 
Sarah Brown was born May 29 th 1810. 
Mary Amn Brown was born August l 8t 1812. 
Enoch William Brown born Dec. 9 th 1814. 

(S. T. R., Ill; 166.) 



KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 



MARRIAGES. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 91.] 

1762 October 21 Amos Chase of Litchfield & Hannah 

Carlton' of Plaistow. 
Daniel Huntoon & Martha Fifield. 
October 27 Israel Graves & Margaret Eastman of Brent- 
wood. 
Novem 18 th Nathaniel Gilman & Hannah Dudley of 

Brentwood. 
Dec br 10 th John White & Abigail McHurd of Haver- 
hill. 
14 Richard Clifford & Hannah Scribner. 
21 Richard Hubbard & Elizabeth Webster. 

1763 Jan 13 Leonard Judkins & Sarah Cram of Brent- 

wood. 
March 30 Abraham Webster & Martha Emons. 
May 12 John Quimby & Sarah Webster. 

26 John Gould & Rachel Sargent both of Brent- 
wood. 
June 9 th Samuel Winslow & Phebe Buswell. 
July 4 th Samuel Alexander & Dorothy Fifield. 

7 Ezekiel Flanders & Mehitabel Gliden. 
July 11 Thomas Page & Mary Elkins. 
Sept 27 Jethro Sanborn & Abigail Elkins of Hawke. 
Novem 17 Timothy Goodwin & Hannah Coats. 
24 Clement Dollar & Elizabeth Scribner. Ditto 
David Elliot & Rachel Sargent. 
Decein br 7 th Ezra Worthen & Jerusha Bagley. 
Jonathan Martin & Sarah Morrill. 
William Bagley & Mary Hoit. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 235.) 
John Barnard & Mary Gale. All these 4 couple 
stood up together & were married at the same time, 
at the Widdow Gales Tavern at Trickling-falls, a 
few minutes after at the same place were married 
John Walden & Johanna Shephard. 
Dec 8 John Winsle & Elizabeth French. 



130 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1764 March 2 d Tristram Thurla & Widdow Betty Young 

s d Thurla declared before the Marriage that he took 
her the s d Betty Young Naked & free from all in- 
cumbrances, in Presence of the following witnesses. 
Judith Tucker John Thurla Abraham Thurla. 

1765 Nov r 12 Married D r Amos Gale and Hannah Gil- 

man by Rev d Amos Toppan. 
Marriages Omitted By M r Toppan Entered by the 

Committee. 
August the 28 th 1766 Samuel Sweat & Maiy Jones. 
May the 28 th 1771 John Darling Sweat and Elizabeth Clif- 
ford. By Licen e from the governor. 

MARRIAGES BY REV. ELIHU THAYER. 

1777 Feb r 18 Married Jon a Blake & Lucy Robinson of 

Exeter. 
May 20 Married Caleb Webster of Hampsted & Joanna 

Smith of East Kingston. 
June 15 Married Revn d Joseph Mydlton* of Brokfield 

& Mary Hook of this Place. 
July 8 th Married Moses Woodman of N Salsbury & Han- 
nah Eaton of Kingston. 
Oct 15 th Married Benj a Choat & Jane Bradbury both of 

this Town. 
Oct 28 Married Jon a Young & Sarah Clifford both of this 

Town. 
Decem r 2 Married Rev d Benf Thirston & Sarah Phillips 

both of this Town. 
Decem r 11 Married Joseph Fitts of Salsbury & Ruamah 

Judkins of this Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 236.) 

1778 Jan'ry 29 Married Joseph Hoit & Huldah Sanborn 

of Kingston. 
Decem r 20 Married Henry Blasdel of East Kingston & 

Hannah Ross of Brentwood. 
Decern 1 23 Married Caleb Kimble of Exeter & Keziah 

Beady of this Town. 

1779 March l 8t Daniel Colby & Eliz a Gilman Both of 

this Town. 
March l 8t Married Moses Bartlett & Sarah Bartlett. 
March 25 Married David Sanborn & Dorothy Gillman. 
May 6 Married Benj a Clough & Joanna Young. 
♦Not certain of this reading. — Ed. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 131 

1779 May 9 Married Jn° West & Mary Jacobs. 

May 24 Married Joseph Woodman & Anna Wadleigh. 
Sep* 7 Married Elif Sanborn of Poplin & Eliz a Tilton 

of Hawke. 
Oct r 19 Married Charles Chase & Mary Calef. 
Novem r 23 Married Col Will" 1 Grage & Widd Eliz a 

Abbot. 

1780 March 12 Married Jon a Greely & Mary Bartlett. 
April 6 Married James Prince of Lee & Mary Ladd of 

this Town. 
Oc 4 23 Married W m Tole of Raymond & Eliz a Sanborn of 

Hawke. 
Decern 1 11 Married Rev d Zaccheus Colby of Pembroke 

to Mary Calef of Kingston. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 237.) 

1781 January 11 Married Aaron Hun ton & Eliz a Smith. 
June 28 Married Joseph Calef & Miriam Bartlett. 
Decem r 6 Married Christopher Challis and Lydia Blasdel 

of E. Kingston. 

1782 January 17 Married Daniel Quinby & Abigail Hub- 

bard. 
Feb — John Stevens [no other name]. 
March — Peter Abbot [no other name]. 
March 28 Married Sam 1 Feaver & Mary Stevens. 
April 4 Married Isaac Sanborn & Abigail French. 

Gideon George & . 

April 11 Married Jona thn Feaver & Axcy Wadly. 

April 23 Married Hale Burbank of Brentwood & Eliz a 

of South Hampton. 

June 20 Jacob Sleeper & Dorothy Clough of Brentwood. 

August 14 Edward Magoon & Jehoshea Beede. 

August 22 Married Thomas Corser of Boscawen & W d0 

Mary Downing of this Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 238.) 
Novem r 13 Jonathan Woodman of Candia & Abigail 

Moss of E. Kingston. 
Decem r 18 Beza Beedy & Judith Morgan. 
Dec r 31 Married Trustam Sanborn & Patience Page. 

1783 Jan^ 7 Noah Greely & Hannah Marril both of 

Brentwood. 
Feb 12 th Sam 1 Greely of Salisbury & Ruth Blasdel of 

East Kingston. 
Feb 1 * 27 Cap* Ebenez r Stevens & Sarah Stevens. 



132 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1783. Feb^ 27 Jonathan French 3 d & Mary Bachelor both 

of Hawke. 
Feb ry 27. Jonathan Thompson & Phebe Thompson of 

this Town. 
March 27. Stephen Jndkins & Lize French. 
June 3 d Peter Sanborn Esq' & M rs Mary Clifford Wid°. 
July 9 1 " Will" 1 Clifford & Eliz» Watson. 

Oct 14. M r Emmons & Sarah Woodman. 

Novemb r — Sam 1 Stevens & Eliz a Sleeper. 

December — Sam 1 Thompson Jun r and — Blasdel. 

1784. Feb ry 5 th Wells and Mercy Burbank. 

Oct r 23 d Henry French & Ann Sleeper. 
Decern 1 — Ezekiel Challis & Eliz a Challis. 

Decern 1, — Judkins of Hopkington & Mary 

Sleeper. (K. F. C. R., I: 239.) 

1785. April 28 th Benj a Webster & Sarah Page of Hawke. 
June 28. Reuben Greely and Anna Greeley. 

Oct r 29 th Francis Hubbard & Mehitabel Judkins. 

Oct r — Jolm Fellows of New Chester and Lois Tilton 
of Hawke. 

Novem r — W m Gold of Salisbury and Mehitabel Ma- 
goon of this [town]. 

Nov r 13. Sherborn Fifield of Salisbury and Alice Barnard 
of Hawk. 

Nov r 13. M r Dutch and Avery Welch both of 

Brentwood. 

1786. Jan 17 — Nicholas Nicols & Catherine Sanborn. 
March 13 th David Clifford and Eliz a Griffing. 

April 30. Enoch Sanborn of N Port & Eliz a Sanborn of 

E. Kingston. 
May 18. John Clifford & Hannah Gliten* of Brentwood. 
May 30. Isaac Prince of Nottingham & Dorothy Calef of 

this Town. 
Novem r 8 th Aaron Currier Jun r of New Town and Eliz a 

Blasdel of East Kingston. 

1787. March 27. John Pilsbury of South Hampton and 

Eliz a Rowel of Newton. 
April 17. Benj a Bachelor of Kingston & Dorothy Sleeper 

of this Town. 
April 25. Jon a Sanborn & Mary Moril. 
April 26. Benj a Page of Gilmanton & Ruth Bean of 

Brentwood. 
•Probably an error in original record for Glidden. — Ed. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 133 

1787. May 3. Ephraim Flanders & Abigail Long. 
May 10. John Colcord & Lydia Morrill of Brentw d . 
May 23. Jacob Hook & Mary Griffing. 

July 18. Benj a Quinby of Hawk & Mary Crichet of Pop- 
lin. 

Oct r 30. Moses Whiteker of Weare and Betse Cambel of 
Hawk. 

Nov r 5. Joseph Tucker & Alice Sanborn of . 

Joseph Fellows of Hawk & Sarah Quinby of Hamp- 
stead. 

Nov r 25. Jon a Norris of Epping & Anne Thing of Brent- 
wood. 

Nov r 25. Lieut. Richard Smith & Mary Sanborn. 

Decern 1 ' 16. Jacob Quinby & Anna Plummer of Hamp- 
stead. (K. F. C. R., I: 240.) 

Decern 1 ' 20 th Peter Hook of Chichester & Abigail Sleeper 
of this Town. 

1788. Jan iy 3. Will" 1 Gibson of Canterbury and Sarah 

Smith. 

Jan ry 13 th Daniel Morse & Mary Eastman of Hampstead. 

Feb ry 5. Benj a Hoit of Hopkinton & Jane French of East 
Kingston. 

Feb ry 5. Benj a Page & Rebecca Quinby of Hawk. 

Feb ry 14. Joshua Smith & Rachel Wadley, Brentwood. 

Feb ly 28. John Ma[r]sh Jun r & Hipsibah Marshal, Brent- 
wood. 

Feb ry 28. Abraham Gordon & Charlotte York, Brentwood. 

March 27. Will 1 " Gordon & Joanna Lad, Brentwood. 

April 20. Benj a French of Chester and Esther Currier of 
East Kingston. 

July 29 th William Kelly & Elizabeth Robinson of Exeter. 

Oct r — Lieut. Will" 1 Sanborn & M rs Chase of 

Sandown. 

Decern 1- 23. Simon Page of Hawke & Phebe Sanborn of 
Brentwood. 

1789. Feb ry 3 d Paul Quinby of Hawk & Miriam Hunt of 

this Town. 

Feb ry 22. Reuben True of New Salisbury and Rhoda Bart- 
lett of this Town. 

March — W" 1 George of Plimouth and Eleanor Fellows 
of Sandown. 

March 17. The Son of D r Tucke & y e Daughter of Cos- 
sen Sanborn of Brentwood. 



134 KINGSTON FIKST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1789. April 1. Dudley Gordon of Epping & Mehitabel 

Sleeper of Poplin. 

April — Jon a Burbank and Ruth Gove of Brentwood. 

May 13. Will™ Sanborn & Susannah Jackson both of 
Brentwood. 

May 14. Joseph Homans & Sarah Walton. 

June 15. Reuben Smith and Eliz a Wadleigh of Exeter. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 241.) 

June 29 th Nath 1 Derburn & Sarah Webster. 

July 9. Sam 1 Fifield & Martha Winsle. 

July 23. Daniel Tucker and Eliz a Huntington of Poplin. 

Aug st 26. Nath 1 Hunton of Unity and Martha Judkins 
of this Town. 

Sep tr 15 th Ezekiel Morse of Newbury & Mary Prescot of 
this Town. 

Sev/ r 16. James Flanders of Warner & Martha Greely of 
E. Kingston. 

Se D tr 17. Isaac Kimball of Windsor in Vermont and Dor- 
cas Hubbard of this Town. 

Sept 1 " 23 <l Joseph Calef and Molly Hook. 

Oet r 1. Abner Sanborn & Susannah Tuck both of Brent- 
wood. 

Occ r 15. W m George & Hannah Johnson both of Hawk. 

Oct r 22. Ebenezer Eastman & Sarah Stevens. 

Decern 1, 23 d Francis Liford and Deborah Judkins both of 
Brentwood. 

Decern 1 24. W m Morril and Mary Gordon both of Brent- 
wood. 

Decern 1 24. James Brown of Epsom & Hannah Smith of 
E. Kingston. 

Decem r 31. Daniel Page & Polly Tole of Hawke. 

1790. Jan 17 7. Sam 1 Sargent of Newtown and Mary Hunt 

of this Town. 

Feb" 7 3 d John Hoit of Chester and Miss Miriam Hobbs 
of Poplin. 

Feb 17 14. Benj a Brown of Corinth and Mary Quinby of 
Hawke. 

Feb ry 18. Green Chase of Gilmanton & Hannah Gove of 
Kensington. (K. F. C. R., I: 242.) 

Feb 17 25. Ebenez 1- Chase and Mary Sleeper Wid. of Brent- 
wood. 

Feb 17 25. John Muzzey of New Salisbury and Hannah 
Winslo of this Town. 



KINGSTON MAEHIAGES. 135 

1790. May 12. Joseph Moody and Susannah Quinby both 

of Brentwood. 
June 28. Jedediah Filbrick & Dorothy Colcord. 
August 9. John Gorden of Exeter and Molly Bachelder 

of East Kingston. 
Sept r 9. Joseph Cram of East Kingston and Eliz a Judkins. 
Sept r — Dan 1 Kelly, of New Hampton & Polly Nicolls 

of Exeter. 
Sept r 30. Benj a Shaw of Brentwood and Brown 

of Poplin. 

1792. Septem r 26 th Joseph M c Clintock & Sally Potter. 
Oct r 2. Jeremiah Vezey and Abigail Clark both of Brent- 
wood. 

Nov 1 27. Isaiah Lane of Poplin & Eliz a Wheeler of Ep- 

ping. 
Decern 1- 20. Benj a Stevens and Lois Judkins both of this 

Town. 
Decern 1 25. Edward Stevens, East Parish & Hannah Hoit, 

Newtown. 
Decern 1 26. Dan 1 Brown & Abigail Gordon, Poplin. 

1793. Jan J y 9. Nehemiah West Jun r & Sally Row, Brent- 

wood. 
Jan ry 12. Jon a Shepard of Exeter & Elizabeth Severance 

of this Town. 
Jan 17 16. Stephen Hunt & Lois Welch both of y 8 Town. 

1794. March 12. Benj a Severence & Mary Tucker. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 243.) 

Feb 17 18. Mallaki Davis of Gilmanton and Anna Currier 

of East Kingston. 
May 9 th Joseph Buzel & Lucy Quinby both of Hawk. 
July 6. Benj a Wilson of Chester and Judith Brown of 

Poplin. 
Aug st 16. Elisha Quinby of Hawke and Hannah Badger 

of this Town. 
Aug 8t 26 th Robert Smith of Gilmanton and Lois French 

of this Town. 

Sept r 4 th Greenleaf Clark and Betsy Stevens Both of 
Brentwood. 

Septf 9 th Sam 1 Gilman of Tamworth and Hannah Thing 
of Brentwood. 

Sept r 22 d Capt n Andrew Greely aged 81 and Eliz* Flan- 
ders of East Kingston. 



136 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1794. Sept r 25. Henry Sleeper and Kezia Bean of Hawke. 
Novem 1 4. Dan 1 Smith and Rhoda Morril both of Brent- 
wood. 

Nov r 7. Dan 1 Randal and Sarah Barnard both of Hawke. 

Nov 1 ' 21. Nathan Pluinmer & Rhoda Heath Both of 
Hawke. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 244.) 

Decern 1, 15. Nicholas Marsh & Lucy Lock Both of Brent- 
wood. 

Decern 1 ' 17. John Chase of Deerfield & Hannah Sanborn 
of Brentwood. 

Decern 1 25. Jon a Turvin of Concord & Lois Hoit of New- 
town. 

Decern 1 ' 29. John Scribner of Poplin & Huldah Bachelder 
of Hawke. 

1795. Jan ry 26. Rob 1 Smith and Hannah Currier both of 

East Kingston. 

Feh^ 19 th Zebedi Thing of Gilmanton and Eliz a Ladd of 
Brentwood. 

March 5. Nathan Bachelder & Sally Williams both of 
Haw r ke. 

March 5. Amos and Hannah Fifield. 

April 29. David Bussel and Sarah Sanborn both of this 
Town. 

May 28 th Laban Collins of Hampstead and Dolly Jones 
Hawke. 

June 4 th Dudley Sleeper & Betsy Robinson both of Brent- 
wood. 

June 11. Nath 1 Morril & Judith Dudley both of Brent- 
wood. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 245.) 

June 25. Ephraim Currier & Eliz a Flanders both of 
South Hampton. 

June 25. Enoch Carter of Newtown & Sarah Pierce of 
South Hampton. 

July 19 th Josiah Dudly Jun r & Sarah Robinson both of 
Brentwood. 

August 16. Jacob Graves of Brentwood and Sally Brown 
of Poplin. 

Decem r 24. Sam 1 Collins of Hampstead and Polly Blake 
of Hawke. 

1796. Feb ry — . Stephen Hunt of this Town and Polly 

Woodman of Hawke. 



A LETTEK FROM REV. JOSEPH GERRISH. 

Mr. Editor: — The following letter was written by the Rev. 
Joseph Gerrish, of Wenham, who at one time preached at 
Dover. It was addressed to the "widow of his brother John 
Gerrish, of Dover, who had recently died. The writer was 
the husband of Anna, daughter of Major Richard Waldron, 
an early settler of your neighborhood. These several per- 
sons are so closely connected with Dover that I send a copy 
for "The New Hampshire Genealogical Record." 

Samuel A. Green. 

Boston, January, 1906. 

Deare Sister 

I had intended these by Mr Sever, whose return to you we 
rejoice in, both in respect of the publick, & your perticular 
comfort, whose good Company &c: will much alleviate your 
disconsolate Condition, under the bereavement of your Deare 
consort but was disappointed. We are glad of the amicable 
settlement of your afaires among your children. Hope your 
last days shal not be your worst days. We live in an evil 
world, full of trouble & the fruite of sin We pray God fitt 
us for a better, & weane us from the present. We have not 
heard from you a long time. Hope when sumer comes we 
shall enjoy your desired Company awhile with us att Wen- 
ham, which will be very Comfortable. We all give you all, 
our best affections, as if named, as also to our Brother & Sis- 
ter Waldron & all theirs. Comitting you all to the protec- 
tion & direction of the Alwise, great & good God, rest as 
alwaies your „ affectionate Bro th Jos: Gerrish. 

15 th 12 th 1714/15 

[Addressed] To Maddame 

Elizabeth Gerrish 
In Dover 



WANTS. 

Hereafter, we shall devote a small space, in each number 
of this magazine, to the immediate wants of the library of 
The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. Our library is 



138 CORRECTION. 

free to all, and is constantly visited by those in search of 
genealogical and historical information. It was commenced 
less than three years ago and has now more than 7200 books 
and pamphlets, and we expect to double that number within 
the next three years. There are thousands of people ready 
and willing to donate books to the library, but do not know 
what we want or are in need of. First, we would like all 
the genealogies, printed town records, town histories, church 
manuels having baptisms and lists of members, and every 
thing of a genealogical or historical nature; secondly, we are 
collecting all we can get pertaining to New Hampshire and 
to people born in this state and living elsewhere. We are 
especially desirous to obtain a full set of all the directories 
of the different cities and towns of New Hampshire from the 
present date back to the first one printed; also the same of 
the state directories and the New Hampshire Register. Send 
all books and pamphlets to The New Hampshire Genealog- 
ical Library, or C. W. Tibbetts, Librarian, Dover, N. H., and 
due acknowledgement will be given in the next number of 
this magazine. 



CORRECTION. 

Mr. Editor: — On page 172 of Vol. II, of The New Hampshire 
Genealogical Record is the following record, "1735. Mch. 7. 
Solomon Loud of Portsni & Abigail Drew of Newington 
were marryed." The accuracy of this record as to the name 
"Drew" is questioned. In the settlement of the estate of 
Moses Dame of Newington, 1754, his daughter Abigail is 
given as wife of Solomon Loud. Reliable family tradition 
makes Ann Loud, born in 1737, the daughter of Solomon 
Loud and Abigail Dame his wife. Ann Loud married Capt. 
James Guppy of Dover, and died in 1820. I can find no re- 
cord or hint of a second marriage and have come to the con- 
clusion that the name Drew should be changed to Dame. If 
the original record is indistinct such a mistake could easily 
be made in copying. Will you please look at the original 
record again and if in your opinion the name should read 
Dame will you in some way make a correction, for the bene- 
fit of the public. 

Respectfully yours, L. H. Stoughton. 

Saco, Maine. 



DONATIONS. 139 

We have again examined the original marriage record of 
Solomon Loud of Portsmouth above named. The book con- 
taining the record appears to have sometime got wet and the 
page having this record is much discolored by water and ink 
spreading when wet. At this writing the original record is 
almost illegible and can only be read with the aid of a mag- 
nifying glass, and even then parts of the letters are gone, 
but from a most careful examination, we have come to the 
conclusion that the original read Abigail Dam (now com- 
monly known as Dame,) and not Drew as we published and 
as was also published about thirty years ago by the New 
England Historical and Genealogical Register. — Ed. 



DONATIONS. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Society wish to ac- 
knowledge with grateful thanks the receipt of the following 
donations in books and pamphlets since our last issue. 



Donors. 


Residence. 


Number. 


William Sawyer, 
Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
Hon. Charles W. Bickford, 


Dover, 
Rochester, 


6 

2 
1 


Federal Fire Society, 


Portsmouth, 


1 


New Hampshire College, 
New Hampshire Hist. Society, 
Albert H. Lamson, Esq., 


Durham, 
Concord, 
Elkins, 


1 

217 
1 


Miss Marcia F. Hilton, 


East Andover, 


7 


John J. Loud, Esq., 
Dr. Samuel A. Green, 


Weymouth, Mass., 
Boston, " 


1 
2 


Hon. Edward W. McGlenen, 


U M 


2 


Library of Congress, 


Washington, D. C. 


1 


Mrs. Amos G. Draper, 


t< « « 


1 


Total 




243 




C. W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



NOTE. 

We intended to print in this number, a list of the prisoners 
taken on the Continental frigate Raleigh, but the list has 
not yet come from England. Important papers from The 
New Hampshire Genealogical Society have been omitted for 
want of space, they will appear in the next number. 



BOOK NOTICES. 

Shannon Genealogy. By George E. Hodgdon. Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 1905. The Genesee Press. Three-fourths 
morocco; quarto; pp. xxxi and 578. 128 Illustrations. 
The Shannon Genealogy was compiled by Hon. George E. 
Hodgdon of Portsmouth, N. II., who died in 1891, before the 
book was printed. After remaining ten years the work was 
taken up by Col. Richard Cutts Shannon of Brockport, N. 
Y., and additional data was collected so as to bring the rec- 
ord of the Shannon family up to the year 1904. An edition 
of only three hundred copies was printed, wholly for private 
distribution. The Shannon Genealogy is a fine work in 
every particular; time, labor and money have not been spar- 
ed in the collecting and careful arrangement of data, and in 
the scholarly, pleasing style of writing and rich, artistic 
make-up of the book. 

Nathaniel Shannon was the first of the name in New Eng- 
land, and from him the Shannon family of this part of the 
country trace their descent. He was born in Londonderry, 
in the Province of Ulster, Ireland, in 1655. He belonged to 
a family of Scottish antecedents noted for their adherence to 
the Presbyterian faith. In 1087, Nathaniel Shannon emi- 
grated to Boston, Mass., where he resided the rest of his life. 
In 1699, he was appointed Naval Officer of the Port of Bos- 
ton, which office he held for twenty-two years. He died 
August 27, 1623 and was buried in the "Old Granary Burial 
Ground," Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. 

The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbuhy, Mass., 
with some Related Families of adjoining towns and of 
York Comity, Me. By David W. Hoyt. Two Volumes; 
Providence, R. I., 1897, 1902. Press of Snow & Farn- 
ham. Volume I contains Parts 1-5, pp. 411; Volume II, 
Parts 6-11, pp. 412-852. Good Indexes. 
Volume I contains all the genealogical information to be 
found on the town records of Salisbury and Amesbury and 
the county records at Salem, down to 1700, arranged in fam- 
ilies, with many original documents not before published, 
and many families of adjoining towns. 

Volume II contains 144 pages of church records, which 



BOOK NOTICES. 141 

will be found of special value to all persons who desire to 
trace family history in northeastern Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, and Maine, during the eighteenth century, when 
so many migrations occurred to new towns. It also contains 
earlier generations of related families, with eighteenth cen- 
tury generations of Blaisdell, Colby, Davis, Morrill, Wells 
and other families. Send for circular to David W. Hoyt. 

Providence, R. I. 
Granite State Magazine. George Waldo Browne, Man- 
aging Editor. Published by The Granite State Publishing 
Co., Manchester, N. H. Illustrated Monthly. Volume I, 
No. 1, January, 1906; pp. viii and 52. Price, |1.50 per 
year; 15 cents a number. 

The first number of Vol. I, of the Granite State Magazine 
came to hand as a new year's surprise. It is an illustrated 
monthly, devoted to the history, story, scenery, industry and 
interest of New Hampshire. Its managing editor, Hon. G. 
Waldo Browne, of Manchester, is well known in literary 
circles as a writer and author. Other able writers have been 
engaged, and no efforts will be spared in order to make the 
publication one of the leading magazines of the country. 
The January number is printed on good paper, has ten illus- 
trations. 

The Records of the Town of Hanover, N. H. 1761- 
1818. Printed by vote of the Town under the direction of 
Herbert Darling Foster, Greorge Mendal Bridgman and Sid- 
ney Bradshaw Fay. Hanover, N. H., 1905. Press of The 
Rumford Printing Co., Concord. Cloth, 8vo., pp. vi and 
336. 

We are always glad to announce the publication of the rec- 
ords of New Hampshire towns and cities. All such records 
ought to be printed, and we believe that in the near future 
there will be a general law obliging all towns and cities, in 
this state, to publish a full and complete copy of their rec- 
ords. The enterprising citizens of Hanover, not waiting for 
a general law, at their annual meeting in March, 1903, voted 
an appropriation towards printing their first volume of rec- 
ords. An editing committee consisting of Professor Herbert 
D. Foster, Mr. George M. Bridgman, Town Clerk, and Pro- 
fessor Sidney B. Fay were appointed; and Mr. William D. 
Walker was authorized to make an exact transcript of Vol- 
ume I, faithfully reproducing the original spelling, capitaliza- 
tion and punctuation. At the next annual meeting another 



142 QUERIES. 

appropriation was voted to enable the completion of the work. 
The result is a book that the citizens of the town, the com- 
mittee in charge and all concerned should be proud of. The 
volume consists principally of the records of the different 
town meetings and other general town business. The vital 
records do not appear to have been kept at that time. The 
price of the book is $2.00 net, postage eight cents extra. 



QUERIES. 

54. Page. — James. — The History of Deerfield, N. H., 
by Coggswell, (p. 435,) mentions Benjamin Page, "who set- 
tled on Rands Hill on North Road." His first wife was 
Mary James and his second a Williams. Later he removed 
to Gilmanton, N. H., and became a deacon. Wanted, the 
parentage of Mary James who married Benjamin Page Jan. 
19, 1769. 

Towle. — Borden, (or Bowden). — Benjamin Towle, of 
Hampton, N. H., married, Nov. 7, 1693, Sarah Borden (or 
Bowden); she died June 22, 1759, aged eighty-eight years; 
who were her parents? (Miss) Emma Gould. 

95 Emery Street, Portland, Maine. 

55. Munson. — Will some reader give me the ancestry 
of William Munson who is mentioned in the History of Gor- 
ham, Maine, p. 131, as being a soldier in Capt. Nicholas 
Blaisdell's Co., Col. Wigglesworth's 13 th Mass. Regt., 1777-8? 
Is this William Munson, the same, as he who is given in the 
N. H. Rev. Rolls, Vol. 4, p. 308, as captain of a company in 
Moses Hazen's Regt. September 13, 1778? And was Ezra 
Munson who was a private in Capt. James Duncan's Com- 
pany, Col. Hazen's Regt., Vol. 4, p. 205, a brother of Wil- 
liam? 

In the N. H. Prov. Wills, Vol. 1, p. 177, at Concord, I 
find the inventory of Robert Munson, who departed this life 
May 10, 1677, on the Isles of Shoals. Old sea chest and sea 
clothes and one half of share in fish weirs are among the 
items mentioned in this inventory, indicating that he was a 
fisherman. This inventory was presented by Richard Mun- 
son of Portsmouth, Roger Kelly and Eliza Rust. Was Rich- 
ard Munson of Portsmouth, a son of Robert Munson of the 
Isles of Shoals? 

In 1725, I find a Robert Munson owning land in Wells, 



QUERIES. 143 

Me., and in 1726 in Scarborough, Me. The History of Scar- 
borough, gives this Robert Munson, as having two sons, Ste- 
phen, who died in 1751, and Joseph, who went to Machias, 
Me., in 1765, with the early settlers of that place. The 
Church records of Scarborough show that Robert's wife's 
name was Abigail, and that they had at least two children 
born in Scarborough, Robert, Jr. and Mindwell. Can any 
reader inform me where Robert Munson was previous to his 
appearance in Wells, Me., in 1725? Who were his ancestors 
and what was his wife Abigail's maiden name? Where and 
when was Stephen born and was he ever married, if so what 
was his wife's maiden name and did they have children? 
Joseph married Sarah Morse of Newbury, Mass., June 24, 
1749. She was the daughter, of Samuel and Elizabeth 
(Hugh) Morse. They had four sons, Stephen, Joseph, Jr., 
John and Robert; where and when were they born? What 
became of Robert, Jr. and Mindwell, and when and where 
did Robert, Sr. die? 

Data that I have found seems to indicate that Robert Mun- 
son, who died on the Isles of Shoals, May 10, 1677, was the 
father of Richard, of Portsmouth, who died in 1702, and 
whose wife was Esther. Can any one inform me who Rob- 
ert's wife was and if there were any other children? 

Richard and Esther Munson had children, Esther, Richard, 
Jr., John, Samuel and James. James married and moved to 
Boston, Mass. York County Deeds and other records show 
that Samuel and Richard, Jr. were of Portsmouth, Kittery, 
Scarborough and Falmouth. What became of Esther and 
John? Can some reader inform me who either of these child- 
ren of Richard and Esther married, dates of their births, mar- 
riages and deaths, and the names of their children? Other 
towns connected with Munsons are Barrington, Milton, Roch- 
ester, Burlington, Colchester, Bradford, Dover and Exeter, 
N. H., Gorham and other towns in Maine, and Newbury, 
Scituate, and Salem, Mass. In old records that I have seen 
this name is as often spelled Monson or Manson, as it is 
Munson. Albert C. Mason. 

Franklin, Mass. 

56. Swain. — Deborah Swain was born January 25, 1757, 
died August 4, 1843; married April 17, 1777, Stephen Foye, 
born April 29, 1748, died March 14, 1823; she was the daugh- 
ter of Richard Swain, of Barrington. What were the dates 
of birth, death and marriage of this Richard Swain? Whom 



144 ANSWER TO QUERY. 

did he marry? When was she born and when did she die? 
Who were the parents of each of these, and what can any 
one tell regarding them? 

(Mrs.) Florence A. Crane. 
1015 Marion Street, Seattle, Wash. 

57. Stone. — In the Strong Genealogy, page 1219, it is 
stated, Polly Stone, daughter of Daniel Stone and Sarah 
King, born Dec. 23, 1771; married Aaron Strong, Jr., his 
third wife, no children. Is there any one who can give in- 
formation as to the rest of this Daniel Stone family, and 
where they lived with dates of birth and marriage. 

A. H. Stone. 
3931 Thomas Avenue, S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

58. Cram. — Wanted, the given name of Cram, 

who married Mary Wheelwright, of Portsmouth, N. H., 
daughter of Jeremiah Wheelwright whose will is dated 

Jan. 24, 1768. Also the given name of Cram, who 

married Elzabeth Pulsifer, of Brentwood, N. H., daughter of 
Jonathan Pulsifer, will July 12, 1766. John G. Cram. 

105 Charles Street, Boston, Mass. 



ANSWER TO QUERY. 

28. Woodman. — "Benjamin Woodman, born in Canter- 
bury, N. H., April 14, 1778," was probably a grandson of 
Jonathan 4 Woodman, of Durham, N. H. Jonathan Wood- 
man owned rights in Canterbury, (N. H. State Papers, Vol. 
XI, p. 267,) as did many of the people of Durham, who were 
among the first settlers there. This Jonathan Woodman was 
born April 22, 1702, died March 28, 1776, will proved July 
10, 1776, mentions sons John and Benjamin and daughter 
Sarah; (consult this will and see if it mentions land in Can- 
terbury) . 

Benjamin does not appear to have lived in Durham, and 
he may have settled on his fathers land, in Canterbuiy, 
(bought or by will?) and be the father of Benjamin born 
1778. If this information aids to make connection with Jon- 
athan 4 , I can give the line of Woodmans back each genera- 
tion to Edward Woodman of England, who came over to this 
country in 1635. 

Lucien Thompson. 

Durham, N. H. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. III. Dover, N. H., April, 1906. No. 4. 

JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

1678—1709. 



OBSERVABLE PROVIDENCES. 
[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 104.] 

Octo. 14, 1705. Sab: Sarah Chesley (formerly Huggins) 
the wife of James Chesley of Oyster River, Died after 4 days 
sickness with malig: feaver. 

Octo. 17, 1705. William Stacy of Barwick, a man of some 
Learning & understanding more than common among Me- 
chanicks, yet a very Loose, Irreligious man, Died after 7 days 
sickness with malignant feaver. 

Octo. 20, 1705. Four child" belonging to John Stover 
carried away (one was slain) by the Indians at Cape-Nid- 
duck — next day L* James March Came up with the enemy 
at a certain bridge, & skirmished with y m , in which skirmish 
Richard Kent and Edward Pelham, two of his men were 
slain. 

Nov. 4, 1705. Sab. Nath. Tibbets of Oyster River was 
carried away by the Indians abo 1 Sun-set. 

Nov. 9, 1705. Elizabeth Furber, wife of William Furber 
sen: deceased after 5 days extream sickness with mal: feaver. 

Dec: 22, 1705. Many privateers at N: York, to y e number 
of 130 (as is said) died with the cold (being Cast away, or 
Confined to y e vessel, so that none could come to Relieve 
y m ,) neer about Sandy-Hook. They were mostly Dutch or 
Scotch. Men belonging to one Capt. Van-Teil. 

Jan. 8, 1705 [-6]. Bro: John Dam Sen: deceased after 3 
weeks sickness with pain in his stomach, side, &c. 

Mar. 10, 1705/6. Sister Jones of Oyster-River deceased 
after long Illness with y e Consumption-flux. 



146 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

.Mar: 18, 1705/6. Richard Tarlton of N. Castle, suddenly 
drowned at y e Lanching of a ship at Capt Fumel's, he was 
catch' in y e Coile of a Rope, & by it drawn into y e water. 

Mar. 28, 1706. Samuel Dam of Dover died 5 days vio- 
lent sickness with mal: leaver. 

Ap: 2, 1706. Enoch Hutchison of Kittery deceased after 
short sickness with f caver. 

Ap. 8, 1706. Sister Aniblar (formerly Captive with the 
Indians) deceased suddenly after Long Illness with a Con- 
sumptive Cough. 

Ap. 27, 1706. The Indians came in upon the south-part 
of Oyster River, by the Little-Bay, & killed ten persons, the 
chief whereof were bro: John Wheeler & his wife, John 
Drew, &e. Tis thought this was done by Bommazeen. 

May 2, 1706. Bro: John Tucker of Portsmouth deceased 
after Long & languishing Illness. 

May 12, 1706. Abigail Clements deceased after a few 
days sickness with flux, vomiting, & stoppage at her stomach. 

Jim. 4, 1706. George Riccar & Maturin Riccar of Coche- 
cho, were slain by the Indians. G. was killed Running up 
the lane near the Garrison — Mat was killed in his field, & 
his little son carried away. 

Jun. 6, 1706. L l John Shapley of Kittery was slain by 
the Indians, & his son Nicholas carried away, as they were 
Returning from y r Mill at Spruce-Creek. This was done by 
(y r good friends) the Hegans. Nicholas is come home again. 

July 2. Old widow Looms deceased after long Illness 
with the feaver. 

July 3, 1706. Capt Person of Rowley marching with his 
troop to Dunstable, & being posted with part of his troop at 
one Blanchers house, while they were at supper in the Cham- 
ber, the enemy had slighly turned Blanchers sheep into his 
Corn, which he & his wife going out to Reduce, were both 
slain, the Doors & Gates being open, the enemy entered the 
house, killed Persons Trumpiter, with 3 other troopers, and 
wounded five more, at last they were driven out of y e house 
with the Loss of one Indian. Person was much blamed for 
not setting his sentinels out, — Near abo 1 the same time, or 
soon after, they assalted another house belonging to one 
Jacob Guletia a Dutchman. The house was burnt, some per- 
sons were kill' 1 , and some escaped. The whole number said 
to be slain in Dunstable at this time was nine persons. The 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 147 

same Day serg nt Kingsbury of Haverhill, was killd or taken 
by the Indians. 

July 4, 1706. A party of the enemy fell upon the out 
parts of Amsbury about High-noon. Killed & carried away 
9 or 10 persons — wherof the chief were Nath: Weeds wife 

6 Children, Robert Hoyts wife, John Ash & some others 
slain. Barns Prowt Carried away. 

July 6, 1706. A woman with 2 or 3 child" was slain at 
an out house belonging to Reading. 

July 21, 1706. Sab: 2 souldiers slain, & one carried away 
by the enemy at Groton. They were all New-Cambridge 
men, & were returned to their Post from one Bloods house, 
who had invited y m to Dinner. 

July 23, 1706. About Twenty of the enemy fell upon ten 
Exiter-men as y y were mowing in a field betwixt Exiter & 
Lampril-River. Four of our men were killed in the place, 
viz. Rich: Matoon & his son Hurbertas, Robert Barber, & 
Sam. Pease. Three Carried Captive, viz. Edward Hall, Sam 11 
Mighill, & a melatto. Three escaped viz. Joseph Hall, John 
Taylor sorely wounded but Recovered, & another. This was 
done about an hour or two bef: sun-set. The two English- 
men Carried Captive are come home again. 

July 27, 1706. 1/ Butterfield & his wife Riding between 
Dunstable & some other Town, had y r horse shot-down by 
the enemy. The man escaped, the woman was taken, — and 
Jo: English a friend Indian in company with y m , was at the 
same time slain. 

Aug. 1, 1706. Benj: Fifield Sen: of Hampton, Coming 
out of his pasture on horse-back, was slain by an Ambush of 

7 or 8 Indians, & a Lad his Kinsman carried away. About 
the same time Sergeant Atkinson of Newberry, & another 
souldier, were slam hard by a Garrison at Wells. 

Aug. 10, 1706. Nicholas Pearle was slain by the Indians 
in the day-time, at his Cave some miles above Oyster-River, 
where he had dwelt night & Day, winter & summer, from 
the Last breaking out of the war, precisely three years, tho 
twas in the very wake & way, where the enemy used to pass. 
He was a man of strange Confid: & would not be persuaded 
to leave his place. 

My son Nath 11 went out (with Noah Parker) for Tricera 
[Terceira?] upon y e 6 th of July. Returned (Dei Gracia) 
upon the 4 of October. 



148 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

Octo. 15, 1706. Will" 1 VVilley in the 22 year of his age 
died after 4 days sickness with malig leaver. 

Octo. 22, 1706. Isaac Hanson (son of Tho: Hanson) a 
lusty young man, died upon the 9 th Day of his visitation 
with a violent feaver. 

Nov. 10, 1706. Young Tho: Austin died by a Relapse 
into the malig: feaver, after some hopes of Recovery. 

Nov. 11, 1706. Mr. John Odlin ordained at Exiter. 

Nov. 13, 1706. Ralph Hall Sen: of Dover deceased after 
6 days Illness with Grievous pain in his side together with 
the feaver. 

Nov. 30, 1706. Old widow Heard (commonly called Dame 
Heard) deceased after short sickness with feaver. She was 
A grave & pious woman, even the mother of vertue & piety. 

Decern. 7, 1706. Mary Ham (daughter of said wid: 
Heard) died of a feaver. 

Decern. 12, 1706. Thursday. My aged & Dear father 
Major Robert Pike deceased in the 91 or 92 year of his age, 
after long weakness & Illness, but no great sickness, & he 
was Interred upon y e 19 th of y e same. He was always very 
temperate in Ref: to meats & drinks, & Generally very 
healthy. He had been of the Massachusetts Council many 
years, & a Justice of y e Peace many more, was the eleventh 
of the old Magistrates y 1 Died. 

Feb. 7, 1706/7. Our Souldiers under Col: Hilton Return- 
ing from y 1 ' Intended exped: to Norrid: surprized an Indian 
wigwam in the woods belonging to Black-point, killed 2 
stoute men & an old squaw — brought a young squaw & two 
children away. 

Feb. 13, 1706/7. Thursday. George Geffrey Sen: of 
Portsmouth esq: — & one of the Councill, journeying from 
Boston towards Piscataqua, in a very cold day, was taken 
sick of flux & feaver at Ipswich; and died after ten days sick- 
ness at Col. Appletons, was interred upon the 17 th of Feb: 
A man of singular understanding & usefulness among us. 

We should have noted that Capt John Woodman of Oys- 
ter-River an understanding man & several years Justice of y e 
Peace, Died suddenly upon y e [no date]. 

Feb. 24, 1706/7 Eliz: Tibbets, wife of Joseph Tibbets 
died with short sickness, after her Lying in. 

Mar. 3, 1706/7. Our souldiers (in number 110 officers and 
all) in y e Dead of the night, surprized two Indian-wigwams 
at a place called Coxhead, neer Saga-de-Hoc, where killed 18 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 149 

of the enemy, & took an Indian-boy. Seven or eight of y m 
were stout fellows. Wanerson a Sagamore was here slain, 
but the poor Squaw taken at B: point, being pilot to our 
men, was sorely wounded by one Edward Hall. 

[May 6, 1707.] Capt. Henry Dow of Hampton deceased. 

May 5, 1707. Old Christop: Banfield of Barwick died 
after six moneths Lingering Illness. 

May 5, 1707. Young Doctor Dole of Hampton died after 
a few Days Illness with pain in his side and violent feaver. 

May 21, 1707. Col. Nathaniel Salstonstal of Haverhill 
Esq: (& formerly of y e Massachusetts Councill) deceased 
after half-years Consumptive Illness. 

May 22, 1707. Two young Girls were carried away by 
the Indians from Bunkers Garrison at Oyster-River, viz the 
Daughter of Tho: Drew (near 13 years old) & Daughter of 
Nath 1 Laimos (much younger). This was the first mischief 
done by y m in y e year 1707. 

Jun. 11, 1707. Mr Dudley Braclstreets man was slain by 
the Indians at Groton — nominee Brown. — About the same 
time a very faithful & serviceable friend Indian, called John 
Daniel dwelling at or near Cambridge was also slain as he 
was fishing at a pond. 

Jun. 16, 1707. Philip Carpenter a Jersey-man, with his 
wife & 3 or 4 children, were slain by the Indians at Spruce- 
Creek about the middle of the day. The Indians (being 7 
in number) were met with by the English three or four times 
and fired upon. Some packs were taken, but the enemy got 
all off & escaped. 

July 8, 1707. John Bunker & Ichabod Rawlins (both of 
Dover) Going with a Cart from L l Zech: Fields Gar: to 
James Bunkers for a Loom, were assalted by many Indians, 
& both slain. The enemy (supposed 20 or 30 in num.) 
slaughtered many Cattel for -the Jones's (at same time) to 
the number of 15 or more. 

July 22, 1707. Two brothers of the Gilmans travelling 
from Kingstown to Exiter, were assalted by 7 Indians, both 
y 1 ' horses were shot under y m , but the men escaped, one Back 
to K: the other to Ex: Laus Deo. 

July 30, 1707. Old Tho: Morris of Lubberland died 
somew 1 suddenly after Long Illness. 

Aug. 6, 1707. L' Samuel Levet of Exiter deceased. 

Aug. 10, 1707. Sabbath-evening. Ser: Smith, Elias Wear, 
Joshua Hilton, (& Josias Littlefields wife & son, returning 



150 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 

from Boston to Wells) betwixt York & Cape-Nidduek, were 
all slain by the Indians, Except Hilton who was Carried 
away. Tis reported y' Ser Smith had 15 shots. The nnm: 
of the enemy supposed to be 40 or 50. 

Sep. 14, 1707. L* William Furber of Welch-Cove died 
after three days sickness with feaver, and a kind of niim- 
palsie in his Jaws. He was taken Fry day-morning & died 
sabbath-night following. 

Sep. 15, 1707. John Dollar of Exiter was slain by the 
Indians in the woods. 

Sep. 16, 1707. A poor woman was inadvertently slain 
near Elihu Gullisons work-house at Kittery-point (by Joseph 
Gullison) as [she] Came up from the River side in the 
night — her name was Wentworth. 

Sep. 17, 1707. Capt Samuel Chesley — his bro: James 
Chesley, & 6 more stout young men were slain by the In- 
dians, as they were Cutting and hailing timber, not far from 
Capt Chesleys house. The Indian y l kill' 1 James Chesley 
was slain upon y e spot by Rob: Thompson. Philip Chesley 
and 3 more escaped. 

The same Day Henry Elkins of Kingstown was slain by 
Indians as he was seeking after a horse hi the woods. 

Sep. 21, 1707. Sab: Many Indian Cannoes set upon two 
English shallops at Winter-Harbour. The English getting 
all into one of the shallops, fought the enemy bravely & 
saved y m selves (under God) they Report that several In- 
dians were killed — one of our men was slain, viz. Ben: Dan- 
iel of York. 

Sep. 24, 1707. Mr Richard Jose of Portsmouth, Sheriff 
of New-Hampsh: died after Long sickness with Gout, Drop- 
sie, &c. 

Sep. 28, 1707. Sab. James Ferguson & his wife (mem- 
bers of the chh of Bar: & worthy persons) were slain by the 
Indians as they Returned from the Meeting: Nicholas Smith 
at same time wounded, but escaped & Cured. 

Sep. 30, 1707. Old widow Horn was taken by the In- 
dians, near the Lower Corner of Capt Gerrishes field, as she 
travelled the Road. The same Day several Troops passed 
the Road both bef: & after she was taken. 

Octo. — Five young men of Wells, viz. L l Storers eld- 
est son, two Littlefields & two Wakefields, attempting with 
a smal sloop to go over Wells-Bar to catch fish, when there 



JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 151 

was an extream foul sea, cast away y r vessel, & were all 
drowned. 

Nov. 3, 1707. Old Doctor Tappen of Newberry was (in 
the day time) drowned off Mr Benaiah Tidcoms wharfe. 

Nov. 26, 1707. Mr Jeremy Wise ordained at Barwick. 

Dec. 3, 1707. Old Thomas Whitehouse of Dover died 
after three weeks Illness with feaver & appoplex or stupifac- 
tion of senses. 

Nicholas Harrison of Fox- point was suddenly taken with 
a strange kind of melancholy stupor (some time in Octo: 
1707) which had much impression upon his Rational sense, 
& so continued till Ap: 11, then died strangely Insensible of 
any spiritual Good. He died Ap: 11 1708. 

Ap. 24, 1708. M rs Knight (formerly wife to M 1 Valen- 
tine Hill) deceased through Age, Infirmity & Illness. 

May 26, 1708. Capt Philipp Crumwell of Dover Deceas- 
ed of a strong, malignant feaver upon the 11 th Day of his 
sickness. 

July 30, 1708. Col: John Wainwright died. 

My son Nathaniel sayled upon y e 19 of Sep: 1707. Noah 
Parker master died at Lisbon Feb. 8 following, and my son 
being Master of y e Brigateen, arrived at Boston July 12, 
1708, after almost nine weeks passage from St. Georges. 

Aug: 18, 1708. Christien Dolhough of Exiter Died, his 
distemper began with a prevailing pain in his shoulder. 

Aug. 25, 1708. M r Moodeys son of York, a Lad of 8 or 
9 years old, firing off a pistol childishly, shot Capt Prebbles 
son (A Lad of 12 years old) thro y e Temples and killed him. 

Aug. 29, 1708. Sab: day. A considerable party of French 
and Indians Came in upon Haverhill about break of day, & 
did much damage, killed & carried away 33 persons, burnt 
several houses. The chief of those slain, were Capt Simon 
Wainwright, Mr Benj: Rolf the minister & his wife, Capt 
Sam: Eyers, U Johnson, Deacons of y e chh, the wife of John 
Hartshorn sen: many souldiers belonging to Salem & other 
places were here slain. The enemy also met with consider- 
able loss, & were Repulsed by Maj: Turner. 

Sep. 18, 1708. David Kinked of Oyster-River was assault- 
ed by 3 Indians at his house, some Considerable distance 
from Woodmans Gar: Three guns were fired at him & his 
Lad, but (thro Mercy) both escaped well. 

Sep. 19, 1708. Two men & a Lad venturing too far into 
y e woods at Spruce-Creek, on the Sab: day, fell into an Am- 



152 JOURNAL OF REV. JOHN PTKE. 

bush of Indians. One Reed a schoolmaster & David Hutch- 
ins were slain, the Lad being a distance from them escaped. 

Octo: 13, 1708. Capt Samuel Alcock of Portsmouth Died 
of a fever, after ten Days sickness occasioned by stricking in 
a malignant itch with y e bathing of Rum. 

The same Day, Ben: Roberts son of Hatevil Roberts (a 
Lad of 16 years) Died after two Days Illness, with a kind of 
Convulsion Cramp. 

Octo: 25, 1708. John Hayes Sen: Died of malignant fea- 
ver 4 days after he was taken sick. It began with a violent 
pain in his shoulder. 

Octo: 28, 1708. Nath 11 Perkins about the age of 14 years 
& 6 months; Died of a malig: fever upon y e 8 th Day of sick- 
ness; It began with much pain in his shoulder, & breaking 
out hi broad sploches. A sober Lad. 

Mr Andrew Wiggin Sen: of Quampscut was seased with a 
numbness or stupifaction; whereby half his Body was morti- 
fied & Remained so many years. He departed this Life Jan: 
9, Sab: 1708[/9J. 

Jan. 29, [1708/9.] Saterd: Margaret Munsy Jun: Died 
of a Chronical Consumptive distemper, after many years of 
Lingering Illness. 

Mar. 5, 1708/9. Sarah Morril of Salisbury falling into y e 
fire in a fainting fit (at y e house of Jacob Bradbury) was 
Lamentably burnt to Death Sater-day evening. 

May. 16, 1708/9. Wednesday. Died Capt Henry Penny 
of Portsmouth a man of much understanding. He was delir- 
ious some days bef: his Death. Came out of England upon 
y e account of Debts, & lived here about the space of 26 years 
& an half. 

Mar. 17, 1708/9. Mary Roberts a childe of about eleven 
years Died of malignant feaver, upon the eighth-day after she 
was taken ill. 

Col Saltonstals house at Haverhill blown up by negros 
Mar. 29, 1709. Tho many Lodged that night in y e house, 
yet nobody hurt. A marvellous provid: 

April 1, 1709. Charles Rundlet Sen: was drowned near 
the mouth of Exiter-River. Twas feared he was indisposed 
with drink. 

Mav 15, 1709. Sab: James Tuttle of Dover died with 
Excessive bleeding at nose. 

May 22, 1709. Katharine Pinkham (wife of Amos Pink- 
ham) died of a Consumptive Disease. Sab. 



JOUKNAL OF REV. JOHN PIKE. 153 

Jim: 11, 1709. Saturday (ab f or little bef: sunset) Ephra- 
im Foulsam Sen. of Exiter, was slain by Indians, Riding 
between Ex: & Col: Hiltons Gar: 

Jun. 13, 1709. Sampson Dows house was Attacked by 
y e Indians, but Henry Dyer of Portsmouth, with five men 
Going up y e Bay at y e Juncture, beat off y e enemy. 

William Moodey, Samuel Stephens, & 2 Gilmans (all of 
Ex:) were surprised by y e Ind ns at a Mill, May y e 6: 1709, 
Fryday. William Moodey was Retaken by y e Deerfield men 
about 16 days after neer Shamblees, but fell again mto y e 
enemies hand, and tis feared he & another English man were 
roasted to Death. 

Jun: 30, 1709. Bartholomew Stimpson Jun: of Oyster R: 
was Slain by an Ambuscade of Indians neer Capt. Wood- 
man's Gar: — severall men slain at Deerfield y e week bef: 

Aug. 4, 1709. Died Augustin Billiard of Portsmo: after 
long & sore sickness with y e Gout, dry Gripes, &c. 

Aug. 22, 1709. Jeremy Tibbets Jun: of Dover was acci- 
dently shot in y e Thigh by his bro: John. The wound short- 
ly began to Gangreen (& mauger y e Physician) issued in his 
Death Aug. 31. 

Novemb: 22: 1709. My son Nathaniel arrived (Dei Gra- 
cia) from Barbados to Boston. They sayled from Nantasket 
for Barbados, first of April before & had a quick passage. 

[The end.] 



REVOLUTIONARY GRAVESTONE 
INSCRIPTIONS. 

We have been requested to publish a list, of Revolutionary 
Gravestone Inscriptions. What is worth doing, is worth 
doing well. A simple gravestone inscription, though impor- 
tant, is not enough record to preserve of a person who offered 
his life for our liberty and independence. We believe the rec- 
ord should contain his birth date, place of birth, parents 
names, a brief record of his military or naval services, also 
civil services if any, business, last residence and place of 
death, name of cemetery or burial-place, with full directions 
for finding the grave, also the gravestone inscription. A 
record as near the above as possible, we would gladly publish 
of any New Hampshire town or city, if furnished us, and a 
name need not take but a few lines. 



NEWIKGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 112.] 

1734 Oct 1 6 Joshua Son to Joshua and Susanna Downing 
was baptized. 

Item Mary Daughter to Hatevil & Rebecca Nutter 
was baptized. 
Oct 16 I baptized a Daughter for Mr Berry of Rochester 
named Anna. 

Item A Daughter to Mr Smith of Rochester nam- 
ed 

Item I Baptized a Daughter for Zebulon Dam nam- 
ed 

Item A Daughter for Mr Knight named 



Item A Daughter I baptized for Mr of Roch- 
ester named 

Nov 24 Seth Ring & wife had a son baptized David. 
1735 March 16 Deborah Daughter to John & Elizabeth 
Knight was Baptized. 

March 16 Thomas Juxson own'd the Covenant and had 
his son baptized, Benjamin. 

April 9 tu Mary Nutter owned y e Covenant and was Bap- 
tized. 

May 4 Sam 11 Fabyan owned the Covenant & had his son 
baptized John. 

Aug st 24 Jn° Gee Son to Thomas & Mary Pickering was 
Baptized. 

Sept 7 Susanna Daughter to John & Charity Walling- 
ford was baptized. 

Item Joseph Son to Thomas & Rachel Row was Bap- 
tized. 

Item Maiy Daugh r to Noah & Susan a Tompson was 
baptized. 

Sep r 14 Paul Son to Sam 11 & Alice Rawlins was baptized, 
& John Son to John & Lydia Hoite was baptized. 

Oct. 12 Sarah Daughter to Isaac & Eliza" 1 Trickey was 
baptized. 



BAPTISMS. 155 

1735 Oct. 19 Lemuel Son to George & Eliza th Coolbroth 

was baptized. 
26 Daniel Son to Joshua & Deb h Pickering was Bap- 
tized. 
Item Sarah Dau ghr to Eliazer & An Coleman bap- 
tized. 
Nov 16 Richard Son to Joseph & Mary Walker was bap- 
tized. 
Nov: 30 Rebecca Daugh r to Alexander & Mary Hogdon 

was Baptized. 
Dec: 7 Will: & Mary Son & Dau. to Andrew & Mary 

Clark were Baptized. 
Jan 9 Capt" Jn° Knight was admited to full Communion 
in this Church. 

to Jn° & Mary Hogdon was Baptized. 

to J e thro & Phebe Furbur was Baptized. 

1736 March 28. M r Jn° Downing tertius own'd the Cov- 

enant and was admited to full Communion in y s 
Church. 

April 8: Sam 11 Son to Rich d & Eliza" 1 Dam was Baptized. 

May 9: Elizabeth Daughter to Jn° & Lettis Hoit was 
baptized. 

May 30: Elizabeth Daughter to Nehemiah & Abigail 
Furbur was baptized.* 

June 13: Katharine Daughter to Moses & Hannah Fur- 
bur was baptized. 

July 4: Rosimund Daughter to Jn° and Perry 

was baptized, also 
Timothy Son to Jn° & Mary Stevens was baptized and 
Judith Daughter to Jn° & Charity Wallingford was 
Baptized. 

July 25: Samuel Hogdon son to Mary Hogdon was Bap- 
tized. 

Aug st 8: Jonathan Downing & wife w r admited to full 
Communion in this Church. 

Sep r 2: Henry Nutter Son to Henry & Mary Nutter was 
baptized. 

Sep r 14 Mary Daughter to James & Abigail Nutter was 
baptized. 

Sep r 5f John Dow was admited to full Communion in y s 
Church. 

*Certain words are omitted. 
tThe date is correct. — Ed. 



156 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1736 Sep 1 5 Mary & Olive Daughters to John & Eliza" 1 
Dam were baptized. 
Sep r 26 Mary Coolbroth was admited to full Communion 
in the Church. 

Item Jn° Quint and Ann his wife owned the Coven 1 
& w r baptized. 

Item Jn°, Eliza" 1 & Ann Quint Children to Jn° & 
Ann Quint own'd y e Coven 1 & w r baptized. 

Item Joshua, Jonathan & Martha Children to Jn° & 
Ann Quint were baptized. 
Sep r 29 James & Antony sons to James & Abigail Nut- 
ter were baptized. 

Item Mary Daughter to Joseph and Witham 

was baptized. 
Sep r 30 William, Hatevil, Moses,? Paul & Tobias Sons to 
John & Layton were baptized. 

Item Isaac & Deborah Children to Hatevil & Sarah 
Layton were baptized. 

Item Henry Allard owned the Cove nt and was bap- 
tized and had 2 Children viz 1 Shadrach and Eliza- 
beth baptized. 
Oct r 17: Sarah Dow wife to Jn° Dow was admited to full 
Communion in this Church. 

Item Susanna Follet was admited to full Commun- 
ion in y 8 Church. 

Item Joseph Son to Hatevil & Hannah Nutter was 
baptized. 
Oct 1 " 24: Joseph Witham own'd the Covenant & was 
Baptized, & had 2 Children Baptized viz 1 Mark and 
Mercy. 

Item Hutson Pevey own'd the Coven 1 & was Baptized 

Item Matthias Nutter & Hannah his wife owned the 
the Coven 1 & had 2 Children Baptized viz 1 Matthias 
& Thomas.* 
Dec: 12 Thomas Bickford & Sarah his wife own'd the 
Covenant & w r baptized, & at y e same w 1 ' admited 
to full Communion in our Church. 

Item Thomas, Benjamin, Joseph, Samuel, Icabod, 
Sarah & Elenor Children to Thomas & Sarah Bick- 
ford w r baptized. 
Dec: 19: Henry Son to Joseph & Mary Witham was bap- 
tized. 

•Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 157 

1736 Dec: 19 Mark Son to Hatevil & Rebecca Nutter was 

baptized. 
Item: Lydia & Abigail Daughters to Joseph & Pa- 
tience Hogdon were baptized. 

1737 March 6: John Son to Sam 1 and Rosimund Fabyan 

was baptized. 
13: Nathaniel Grove own'd the Coven' & had his Child 
baptized Sam 11 . 
Also James & Mary Place had a Child baptized Elio- 

ner. 
Also Christopher Huntris & Mary had a son Bap- 
tized, David. 
April 24 Alice Rawlins was Admited to full Communion. 
April 27: Sarah Daughter to Jn° Grove was Baptized. 
May 22 Bethiah Daughter to Thomas & Mary Juxson 

was baptized. 
June 12: Comfort Daughter to Thomas and Rachel Row 
was baptized. 
19 Lydia Daughter to Noah & Susanna Tompson was 

baptized. 
24 Thomas Quint & wife own'd the Covenant & she 

was baptized Margaret, & 2 of y r Children viz 

Item Sarah Daughter to Jn° & Ann Quint was bap- 
tized. 

Aug. 7: Ruth Daughter to Sam 1 & Place was 

baptized. 
Aug 81 21: Deliverance Walker Sen r was admited to full 

Communion. 
Dec r 4 Joshua & Susanna Downing had a Daughter bap- 
tized Iset. 

1738 Jan: 1 Jn° Hoyts Daughter Baptized Lydia. 

29: Jerusha Daughter to Nehemiah & Abigail Furbur 
was baptized. 

Anna Daughter to Thomas Quint & his wife 

was baptized. 
June 4: Jethro Son to Jethro & Phebe Furbur was bap- 
tized. 
Lydia Daughter to Eliazer & Anna Coleman was bap- 
tized. 
June 18: Jn° Grove was admited to full Communion in 

our Chh. 
Sep 1 19: Jonathan Son to Jonathan & Elizabeth Down- 
ing baptized. 



158 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1738 Oct r 29 th Benjamin Son to John & Elizabeth Dam 

was baptized. 
Nov r 5: Sarah Daughter to Moses & Hannah Fnrbur was 

Baptized. 
Nov 5: M r John Janvrin was admited to full Communion 
in this Church. 
Item Mrs Mary Janvrin was admited to full Com- 
munion in y s Church. 
Item Mrs Frances Walton was admited to full Com- 
munion in this Church. 

Dec'" — Sarah Daughter to John & Grove was 

Baptized. 
Dec r — Also Lydia Daughter to Edw d & Sarah Walker 
was baptized. 
1738/9 March 4 Lemuel Son to Samuel & Sarah Nutter 
was baptized. 
Item Nichodemus Son to Samuel & Mar} r Place was 
Baptized. 
March 11: Maiy Daughter to Samuel & Rosemund Fa- 
byan was baptized. 
18: Mary Daughter to Hatevil & Hannah Nutter was 
baptized. 

1739 June 2: Mary Daughter to Joshua & Deborah Pick- 

ering was baptized. 
July 1: Judah Ham admited to Communion. 
Sep: 23 Sarah Dittey was admited to full Communion in 

this Church. 
Oct r 7: Paul Layton Son to John & Layton was 

Baptized. 
Item Mark & Jemima Children to Hatevil & Sarah 

Layton were baptized. 
Nov 1 " 3 Temperance Daughter to John & Mary Hogdon 

was Baptized. 
Dec r 1 James Coolbroth own'd the Covenant & had his 

Child Baptized Layton. 
Dec r 10 Mary Daughter to Thomas & Mary Pickering 

was baptized. 
Dec r 30 Phinehas Coleman own'd the Covenant & had a 

Son Baptized Phinehas. 
Feb y 10 William Son to John and Lydia Hoit was bap- 
tized. 

1740 March 1 st Stephen Son of James & Mary Pickering 

was baptized, as his mother was in Covenant. 



BAPTISMS. 159 

1740 March 9: James Pickering own'd the Coven 1 & was 
baptized, also Winthrop his Son & Abigail his 
Daughter were baptized. 
Item John Pickering owned the Covenant & was 

baptized. 
Item Joseph Waters own'd y e Coven* & was baptized. 
Item Edward Pevey own'd the Coven* & was bap- 
tized. 

March 16: Mary Daughter to Joseph & Susannah Raw- 
lins was baptized. 

March 30 Anthony & Thomas Pickering owned the Cove- 
nant and w r Baptized. 

Item Easter Daughter to Israel & Hoite was 

baptized. 

April 20: Mercy Witham wife to Jos: Witham owned 
the Covenant & was admited to full Communion 
in our Church. 

May 15 th Elizabeth Downing the wife of Capt" Jn° Down- 
ing Jun r owned y e Covenant & was baptized at 
home not being capable of going to y e house of God 
& Divers of y e Church w r present 

May 18 Elizabeth the Daughter of Josh a & Susanna 
Downing was Baptized. 

June 8 Mary Davis the wife of Jn° Davis was admited to 
full Commu" in y s Church. 

June 22 Abigail Daughter to Nehemiah and Abigail Fur- 
bur Baptized. 

Aug 3 d Will: Son to John & Lydia Hoit Baptized. 

Aug 31: Leah Daughter to Jethro & Phebe Furbur was 
Baptized. 

Sep r 14 Abigail Daughter to John & Abigail Layton was 
baptized. 

Sep r 26 Ruth Daughter to Cap* Thomas Baldwin & 

his wife was Baptized. 

Oct 19: Alexander Son to Alexander and Mary Hogdon 
was Baptized. 

Oct 26: Thomas Son to Hatev 1 & Sarah Layton was bap- 
tized. 
Item Samuel Son to John & Hannah Carter was 
Baptized. 

Nov 1 9: Michael Carter and Elizabeth* had 2 Sons baptized 
viz Thomas & Nathaniel. She owned y e Covenant. 
♦Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



160 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1740 Dec r 21: Benjamin Tompson own'd y e Covenant and 

was baptized. 
Item Sarah Tompson own'd y e Covenant & was 

Baptized. 
Item Charles Son to Benj a Tompson was Baptized. 
1740/41 Jan 4"' Samuel Son to John & Patience Down- 
ing was baptized. 
Jan y 25 Nathaniel Burnham owned the Covenant & had 

his Daughter Baptized Susannah. 
Feb. 22: Elizabeth Daughter to Jonathan & Elizabeth 

Downing was Baptized. 
March 15 Joseph Son to Jelletson & Madlin Pevey was 
Baptized. 
Alice Dauf to Antony & Mary Nutter was baptized. 

1741 May 3 d William Son to Moses & Han" Furber bap- 

tized. 

June 7 th Mary Daughter to Phinehas & Abigail Coleman 
was baptized. 

June 14 th Joshua Son to Jn° Dam Tertius & Sarah Bap- 
tized. 
Item Rosemund Dr to Sam 11 & Rose' 1 Fabyan bap- 
tized. 

Aug 30 th Benja" Williams owned the Covenant & was 
baptized. 

Sep r 13: Deborah Rawlins wife of James Rawlins was ad- 
mited to full Communion. 
Item Abigail Nutter wife of James Nutter admited 
to full Communion. 

Sep r 29 Olive Daughter to Sam 11 & Maiy Place was bap- 
tized. 

Oct 18 Ebenezer, Jonathan & Joshua Sons to Thomas & 
Sarah Bickford owned the Covenant & w r baptized. 

Item Charles Son to John and Mary Hogdon w 8 bap- 
tized. 

Nov 1: William Son of James & Sus a Benson was bap- 
tized. 

Nov r 1: Daniel Son to Edward & Sarah Walker was bap- 
tized. 

Dec r 20 Will: Tompson owned the [Covenant] and was 
baptized. 
Item Samuel Tompson Jun r owned the Covenant 
and was baptized. 



STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 128.] 

Genealogy of Phinehas Merrill's family. 
Phinehas Merrill was born July 8 th 1767. 
Phebe Wiggin was born March l 8t 1765. 

Births & Deaths of their Children. 
Mary Ann Merrill, born August 23 d 1792, On Thursday, 

about 6 o'clock, P. M. 
Sarah Jane Merrill, born Sept. 13 th 1793, On Friday, about 
6 o'clock, P. M. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 167.) 
Charles Marble, son of John Marble and Polly his wife, was 
born May the 18 th 1792. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 168.) 
Genealogy of Ensign David Wiggin's Family. 
David Wiggin, born Novem r 16 th 1756. 
Hannah Rollins, born Feb? 28 th 1763. 

Births and deaths of their Children. 
Hannah Wiggin, born June 10 th 1784. 
Sally Wiggin, born August 7 th 1785. 
David Wiggin, born Decern 1 29 th 1786. 
Thomas Wiggin, born Oct 1 " 5 th 1788. 
Nancy Wiggin, born May 17 th 1790. 
Daniel Wiggin, born Decern 1 5 th 1791. 
Shadrach Wiggin, .born Jan y 4 th 1793. 
Betsey Wiggin, born Sep* 13 th 1794. 
Hannah Wiggin, Wife of Ens 11 David Wiggin, departed this 

life, Dec 1 " 23 d 1794. 
David Wiggin Departed this life June 23 d 1824. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 169.) 
Elizabeth the second wife of Ens. David Wiggin was born 
February 22 d 1773. 
The following are children of Ens. David Wiggin by 

his second wife. 
Lydia Wiggin born February 16 th 1797. 
Mary Wiggin born December 24 th 1798. 
Abigail Wiggin born April 16 th 1801. 



162 STKATTIAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

George Wiggin born February 10 th 1803. 
Olive Wiggin bom January 3 d 1805. 
Nathaniel Wiggin born October 18 th 1806. 
Gideon Wiggin born January 3 d 1809. 
Martha Wiggin born March 6 ,h 1811. 
Levi Wiggin born October 9 th 1814. 
Sarah Wiggin born August 9 th 1816. 
James Monroe Wiggin born Feb y 23 rd 1818. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 170.) 
Genealogy of Nicholas Rollins J rs Family. 
Nicholas Rollins J' born June 20 th 1767. 
Nancy Fifield born May 10 th 1774. 

M r Nicholas Rollins & Miss Nancy Fifield were married May 
6 th 1795. 

Births of their Children. 
Claricy Rollins, born April 12 Ul 1796. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 171.) 

Asa and Rachel Smith, Son & Daughter of Solomon Smith 
& Ruth, his wife, were born, August 14 th 1788. 
Births of Richard Scammon's Children by Elizabeth his 

Wife. 

Rachel Scammon was born October 6 th 1754. 

William Scammon was born April 12 th 1756. 

Mary Scammon was born Sep* 24 th 1760. 

Richard Scammon was born May 31 st 1762. 

Samuel Scammon was born June 10 th 1764. 

Elizabeth Scammon was born May 9 th 1768. 

James Scammon was born April 26 th 1771. 

Hezekiah Scammon was born March 26 th 1773. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 172.) 

Genealogy of M r Thomas Bordman's family. 
Thomas Bordman was born Feb y 14 th 1763. 
M' Thorn 8 Bordman & Miss Marcy Robinson were married 
May 20 th 1782. 

The births of their Children are as follows. 
Stephen Bordman, was born Feb y 3 d 1783. 
Thomas Bordman, J r , was born Jan y 23 d 1785. 
Jonathan Bordman, was born Ap 1 10 th 1788. 
Betsey Bordman, was born June 13 th 1789. 
Hannah Bordman, was born August 25 th 1791. 
Betsey Bordman, the younger, was born May 7 th 1794. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 173.) 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 163 

Deaths which have happened in M r Thorn 8 Bordman's 

family. 
Betsey Bordman, died Feb y 20 th 1794. 
Betsey Bordman, the younger, died July 28 th 1794. 
Mrs. Marcy Bordman, the wife of M r Thom s Bordman, & 
Daughter of Col. Jonathan Robinson, died Dec r 22 d 1794. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 174.) 
Genealogy of Lieut. Walter Week's Family. 
Walter Weeks was born Feb? 22 cl 1757. 
Nancy Jewett was born Feb y 14 th 1766. 

Walter Weeks & Nancy Jewett were joined in Marri e May 
31 st 1791. 

Births and Deaths of said Family. 
Nancy Weeks, born Ap 1 20 th 1792, and deceased June 18 th 

1792. 
Sukey Ann Weeks, born Feb y 7 th 1795. 
Mary Wiggin Weeks, born Nov 1 21 st 1797. 
Ira Weeks, born, Jan y 26 th 1800. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 175.) 
Genealogy of John Jewett's Family. 
John Jewett was born May 27 th A. D. 1771. 
Anna Frances Clark was born Jan y 26 th 1772. 
John Jewett and Ann Frances Clark were joined in marriage 
Jan y 27 th 1796. 

Births & Deaths of their Children. 
Deborah Jewett was born August 30 th 1796. 
Mary Ann Jewett was born March 22 d 1799. 
Benjamin Hoit Jewett, born June 19 m 1801. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 176.) 
Bradstreet Wiggin's Family. 
Bradstreet Wiggin, was born April 18 th 1745. 
Judith Hardy, was born June 8 th 1746. 

Bradstreet Wiggin and Judith Hardy were joined in mar- 
riage . 

Births of their Children. 
Phebe Wiggin, was born August 10 th 1769. 
Polly Wiggin, was born March 1 st 1771. 
Nancy Wiggin, was born Nov 1 29 th 1772. 
Patty Wiggin, was born Jan y 4 th 1774. 
Henry Wiggin, was born August 14 th 1776. 
Thomas Wiggin, was born March 11 th 1778. 
Sherburne Wiggin, was born Sept r 27 th 1780. 
John Wiggin, was born April 17 th 1783. 



164 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Judith Wiggin, was born June 8 th 1785. 
Dorothy Wiggin, was born June 17 th 1787. 
Betsey Wiggin, was born Sept. 21 8t 1789. 

(S. T. R., Ill: 177.) 

This is to certify that Coker Marble of Stratham and Mrs. 

Rhoda Judkina of Brentwood were joined in wedlock the 

first day of Jan 5 1801 by me Sam 1 Shepard. 

Pastor of a Church of Christ in Brentwood. 

A true copy, Attest. P. Merrill, T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 17.) 
To Capt. James Lane, Town Clerk of Stratham. 

Sir: This is to inform you that M r James W. Wiggin of 
Stratham & Miss Betsey Brown of Greenland were joined 
in marriage this 17 th day of March, A. D. 1812 by me 

Phinehas Merrill, Jus. Peace. 
(S. T. R., IV: 167.) 
This may certify that M 1 William Mart and Miss Sally Rand- 
let both of this Town were married by me April 24 th A. D. 
1813. Noah Piper. 

This may certify that M r Thomas Boyd and Miss Charlotte 
Odell of this town were married April 28'" A. D. 1814 by 
me Noah Piper. 

Attest James Odell, Jr. T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 191.) 
To Doct. James Odell, Town Clerk of Stratham. 

Sir: This is to inform you that M r Charles B. Ome & 
Miss Elizabeth Lane both of Stratham were married by me 
July 25 th 1815. 
Likewise M' Jesse Robinson, Stratham & Miss Abigail Brown 
of Greenland were married by me August 20 111 1815. 

Thomas W. Tucker, Portsmouth. 
James Odell, T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 205.) 

Married by the subscriber M r Noah Marston of Greenland & 
Miss Polly Piper of Stratham August 7 ,h 1815 at Strat- 
ham. 

M r Thomas Bickford and Miss Olive Estes both of Dover, N. 
H. Sept. 14 th 1815, at Newmarket. 

Noah Piper. 
Recorded March — 1816. 
Attest. James Odell J r , Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 208.) 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 165 

To Doct. James Odell, Town Clerk of Stratham. 

I hereby certify that Samuel Brewster and Eleanor Pottle 
both of Stratham were married April 20 th 1817, & Rich- 
ard Hunt of Hopkinton & Betsey Randlett of Stratham 
were joined together in marriage December 25 th 1817 
By me Noah Piper. 

Recorded April 29 th 1818. James OdeU Jr. T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 234.) 
M 1 Zebulon Wiggin & Miss Mary Odell both of Stratham 

Married April 28 th 1818. 
M r Cotton S. Brown of Kensington and Miss Betsey A. Col- 
cord of Newmarket Married January 31 st 1819. 
M 1 Hiram Witherell of Exeter and Miss Abigail Smith of 

Stratham Married June 6 th 1819. 
M r Daniel Broughton & Miss Betsey Robinson Both of Strat- 
ham, Married Sept 5 th 1819. 
M r David Lang & Miss Comfort S. Scammon both of Strat- 
ham Married Dec 1 2 d 1819. 
The above named persons were joined in marriage by me 

Noah Piper. 
A true copy. Attest, James Odell J 1 , Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 240.) 
This may certify that on the eighteenth day of May one thou- 
sand eight hundred and twenty one I married George Wash- 
ington Hall of Exeter to Eliza Chase. Henry Pottle. 
A true copy, attest, George Lane, Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 261.) 
This certifies that Mr. Josiah Brown of Boston & Miss Eliza 
Brown of Seabrook have been united in marriage accord- 
ing to law. Nov. 12 th 1824. 

J. Cimimings, Pastor Cong. Chh. Stratham. 
A true copy. Attest, George Lane, T. Clerk. 

(S. T. R., IV: 289.) 
Sergent Bowley's Family. 
Sergent Bowley was born October 3 d 1774. 
Mehitable Austin was born Nov 1 15 th 1775. 

Their Children: 
James Bowley was born August 8 th 1794. 
Caroline Bowley was born July 12 th 1797. 
Zebediah Bowley was born Nov 1 ' 8 th 1800. 
Oliver Shurben Bowley was born May 23 rd 1813. 
Edwin Robinson Furber was born Dec r 5 th 1803. 

(S. T. R., IV: 338-9.) 



166 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Genealogy of Nathan Wiggin's Family. 
Nathan Wiggin was born Feb* 20*" 1763. 
Mehitable Norris was born March 5 th 1766. 
Nathan Wiggin and Mehitable Norris were married March 

12 1 " 1786. 

Births and deaths of their Children. 
Zebulon Wiggin was born March 11 th 1787. 
Mary Wiggin was born Sept. 25 th 1788. 
Nathan Wiggin was born May 4 th 1790. 
Benjamin Wiggin was born Jan y 27 th 1792. 
Mehitable Wiggin was born Feb y 20 th 1794. 
James Jewett Wiggin was born Oct. 1 st 1795. 
Walter Weeks Wiggin was born Nov. 5 th 1797. 
Andrew Norris Wiggin was born Sept. 26 th 1799. 
Mark Wiggin was born August 23 d 1801. 
Hiram Wiggin was born July 8 th 1804. 
Sarah Wiggin was born May 27 Ul 1806. 
Anna Weeks Wiggin was born March 10'" 1808. 
Uriah Wiggin was born Nov. 11 th 1811. 
Nathan Wiggin Esq. Departed this life May 14 th 1849. 

(S. T. R., IV: 340.) 
Genealogy of Nicholas Clark's Family. 
Nicholas Clark was born Oct. 20 th 1745. 
Anna Morrison was born March 16 th 1766. 
Nicholas Clark & Anna Morrison were married Ap 1 17 th 1787. 

Births and deaths of their children. 
Samuel Clark, was born Jan y 3 d 1788. 
Joseph Clark, was born March 26 th 1790, and died March 8 th 

1791. 
Polly Clark, was born April 3 d 1792. 
David Clark, was born Sept. 6 th 1794. 

Nicholas Clark was born August 30 th 1796, died Dec. 7 Ul '97. 
Nicholas Clark, was born Oct. 2 d 1799. 
Deborah Clark, was born June 9 tb 1801. 

(S. T. R., IV: 342.) 
Genealogy of John L. Piper's Family. 
John Light Piper was born March 23 d 1771. 
Eleanor Clark was born August 16 th 1771. 
John L. Piper & Eleanor Clark were married. 

Births of their children. 
George Piper was born Jan y 23 d 1797. 
Moses Piper was born July 23 d 1798. 
Phebe Clark Piper was born March 21 st 1800. 



KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 



MARRIAGES. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 136.] 

1796. April 6. Benj a Tucker of Poplin and Huldah Bean 
of Hawke. 
April 11. Josiali Durburn and Elis a Collins both of 

Hawke. 
April 14. John Winsle Jim 1 ' and Polly Webster. 
April 19. Will 1 " Abrams and Anna Severance. 
April 24. Dr. Amos Gale Jun 1 ' and Sally Bartlett. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 246.) 

August 22. Jesse Lovering of Loudon and Polly Taylor 

of Poplin. 
August 30. Ebenez r Sanborn of Epping and Lydia Fi- 

field of Brentwood. 
Sept 1 8. Ephraim Carter of South Hampton and Martha 

Sever of this Town. 
Sept r 22. Nicholas D. Robinson of Mount Vernon, Massa- 
chusetts, and Polly Smith of Brentwood. 
Oct r 27. Josiah Philbrick and Sally Tukesbury both of 

Hawke. 
Novem r 3. Rev d W m Jackson of Dorset, Vermont and M rs 

Susannah Cram of Brentwood. 
Novem r 10. W m Thing and Nancy Robinson both of 

Brentwood. 
Nov r 11. Chase Stevens and Sarah George both of Plais- 

tow. 
Nov r 17. David Quinby of Springfield and Polly Cambel 

of Hawke. 
Nov r 17. John Sanborn of Meredith and Sally Dow of 

East Kingston. 
Nov r 17. Josiah Jones and Esther Fellows both of Hawke. 
Nov r — Jacob Flanders and Lois Davis both of Hamp- 

stead. 
Nov 1 ' 24. Phineas Sanborn of Hawke and Patience M r* 

of this Town. 

*The name in the original is blotted so that it cannot be read. — Ed. 



168 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1797. March 2. Robert Gilman of this Town and Abigail 

Sanborn of Hawke. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 247.) 

April 6. David Sanborn of Gilniantown and Eliz* R. 
Rowel of East Kingston. 

April 10 th Ebenez r Griffin and Lucy Blake both of Brent- 
wood. 

June 18. Sam 1 Spofford of Andover and Lydia Pieslaaof 
this Town. 

July 27. Stephen George and Sally Towle both of Hawke. 

Nov r 9 th Joseph Perkins and Eliz a Torry of Newmarket. 

Nov 16. Jacob Eastman & Hannah Cambel of Hawke. 

Decern 1- 14, Nath 1 Davis of Exeter and Anna Falls of this 
town. 

1798. Jan 5. John Smith and Nancy Chase. 

Jan' 5 ' 8. True Tucker and Polly Gordon of Poplin. 
Jan'T 15. W m Bradley of Plaistow and Judith Challis of 

this Town. 
Feb ry 2. Ezekiel Sleeper of Corinth and Grace Scribner 

of Poplin. 

Feb ry 8. Sanborn Sleeper and Row of Brentwood. 

Feb ry 28. Jacob Smith of Brentwood and Betsy Philbrick 

of Hawke. 
March 7. Aaron Tilton of East Kingston and Polly Hoyt 

of Newtown. 
March 22. Jon a West and Polly Davis, Poplin. 
April 4. David Currier & Phebe Noyes of New Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 248.) 
April 11. Jacob Elliot of Chester and Martha Sleeper of 

Kingston. 
June 12. Simon Fellows of Brentwood and Dorothy Bart- 

lett of Hawke. 
July 28. Benj a Sanborn and Betty Rand Both of Hawke. 
Aug 8t 30. Sam 1 Hook of Sandown & Judith Williams of 

Hawke. 
Sep tr 11. Amos Bachellor & Sally Stocker Both of East 

Kingston. 
Novem r 15 th Maj r Daniel Gould of Lineboro and M rs 

Mary Appleton of Hawke. 
Decern 1 11 th Francis Liford & Sarah Tuck. 
Decern 1, 13 th John Stevins and Ruhamah Fifield. 
Decem r 17. Jacob Hook and Sarah Elkins both of Poplin. 
Decern' 25. John Quinby of Hawke and Hannah Davis. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 169 

1798. Decern 1- 27. Parker Morril of Candia and Sally 

French, East Kingston. 
Decern 1 " 26. W m Webster and Polly Davis. 

1799. Jan ry 21. John M c Daniel of Springfield & Hannah 

Morse, E. Kingston. 

Jan ry 30. Dr. Ezra Bartlett & Hannah Gale. 

Feb 1 * 21. John Fellows & Betsy Eastman, Hawke. 

Feb Iy 25. W 11 ', Smith and Mahitabel Currier, East Kings- 
ton. 

Feb. 28. Joshua George, Sandown Rhoda Eastman, 
Hawke. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 249.) 

April 4. Benj a Badger & Sally Wadleigh. 

April — Ebenez r Sanborn of Poplin and Lydia Bean of 
Hawke. 

May 5 th Henry Adams of Newbury and Hannah Sever- 
ance of this Town. 

June 4. Gorurden and Robinson of Brent- 
wood. 

June 6. James Towle and Sally Nash of y e Town of 
Hawke. 

June 11. Sanborn Fifield, East Parish and Hannah East- 
man, this Town. 

July 4 Ul Was Married Charles . Sanborn and Hannah 
Tuck both of Brentwood. 

July 4 th Was Married Moses Pierce of South Hampton 
and Anne Lovering of Exeter. 

Aug st — Was Married Jabez Page of Hawke and Sally 
Kimball of Poplin. 

Oct 1 ' 6 Was Married John Lyford of Exeter and Anna 
Hilton of E. Kingston. 

Oct 1 ' 9 th Josiah Hook of Brentwood & Hannah Pike of 
Hampton Falls. > (K. F. C. R., I: 250.) 

Decern 1 ' 26 th Ebenez 1 Morse and Betsey Colcord both of 
this Town. 
1800. Jan. 21. Joseph F. Rowe and Betsey Bachelor, East 
Kingston. 

Feb ry 23 d Levi Sleeper of this Town and Elizabeth Lov- 
ering of Exeter. 

Feb. 25. Married Jon a Robinson & Deborah G. Dudley 
Both of Brentwood. 

Feb ,y 25. Married Martain of Amesbury and Abi- 
gail Carter of New Town. 



170 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1800. Feb. 27. Peter Whitcher & Susannah Hoit Both of 
Newtown. 

April 21. Married Stevens Blake and Hannah George 
both of Hawke. 

May 28. John French and Eliz a Webster of East Kings- 
ton. 

June 9 th Married Capt n Ezra Currier of East Kingston 
and Mary Philbrick of Hawke. 

June 26. Married Daniel Rowel of Perey and Sarah Flood 
of East Kingston. 

Aug 8t 12. Jeremiah Beede of East Kingston and Hannah 
Crayton of Exeter. (K. F. C. R., I: 251.) 

Sept r 4. Pelatiah Peaslee of Newtown and Betsey Pollard 
of Kingston. 

Sept 1 ' 4. John Carter and Polly Whicher Both of New- 
town. 

Oct r 21. Married Noah Parker and Deborah Gibnan both 
of Exeter. 

Nov r 6. Daniel Rollins, Sanborntown and Zipporah Bart- 
lett of this Town. 

Nov 1 16 Ul George Holt of Andover and Rebecca Durant 
of Exeter. 

Decern 1 8 th Simeon P. Smith and Anna C. Dudley both 
of Brentwood. 

Decern 1 " 12. Jacob Hook and Sally Morill both of Brent- 
wood. 
1801. Feb. 2 d Thorn 8 Webster of Waterbury and Dorothy 
Chase of Brentwood. 

P"eb ry 12. Rev d Joseph Prentice and Mrs Nancy Wiggin 
both af Northwood. 

Feb. 22. Stephen Gale of Gilmanton and Lois Patten of 
Kingston. 

Feb ry 13" 1 Benf Hubbard and Sukey Webster both of 
this Town. 

Feb 17 26. Josiah French and Rhoda French Both of 
South Hampton. 

July 16. Daniel Webb of Canterbury & Betsey C. Wil- 
liams of Hawke. 

Aug st — Jon a Smith of Loudon and Hannah Sleeper of 
Poplin. (K. F. C. R., I: 252.) 

Nov r 12. Robart Hunt of this Town and Eliz a Maloon of 
E. Kingston. 

Nov 1 17. W"' 1 Sleeper & Betsey Hubbard. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 171 

1801. Nov 1 ' 17. Simeon Colby & Polly Webster both of 

New Town. 
Nov 1 ' 23. Nath 1 Sweat of East Kingston and Sally Bart- 

lett of New Town. 
Nov r 26. Richard Elliot of Concord & Hannah French of 

this Town. 
Decern 1, 15. W m Smith of Oilman ton and Betsey Currier 

of East Kingston. 

1802. Jan 1 * 6. Sam 1 Severance Jun r of this Town and 

Judith Towl of Hawke. 

Jan ry 20. Bagley Carter of East Kingston and Ruth Bag- 
ley of New Town. 

March 6. Timothy Eastman and Eliz a Fellows of Hawke. 

March 8. Jacob Webster of this town and Abigail Cal- 
ton of Newton. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 253.) 

March 12. Ephraim Brown and Hannah Marsh of Poplin. 

March 14. Benj a Sanborn of this Town and Rebeckah 
Smith of Brentwood. 

April — Timothy Eastman of Newtown & Lydia Perkins 
Jim 1 of S. Hampton. 

May 18 th George Burroughs of Almsbury and Sukey Pat- 
ten of this Town. 

May 21. Benj a Straw and Nancy Francies of Sandown. 

May 26. Robert Calef & Polly Sleeper Both of this Town. 

June — Nathan Green of Pittsfield and Sally Webster 
of this Town. 

July 21. Reuben Sanborn of Hawke and Polly Judkins 
of this Town. 

Sept r 7. W m Hoit Jun r of Chester and Betsey Besford of 
Hawke. 

Oct 1 ' 21. Christopher Flanders and Ruth Currier both of 
New Town. 

Nov r 16. Joseph Rowe of East Kingston and Mary 
Thayer of this Town. 

Nov r 25. Sam 1 Ingalls and Betsey Clough both of San- 
down. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 254.) 

1803. Jan 17 13. Was married Henry Bickford of Roches- 

ter and Huldah Bunker, Dover. 
Jan ry 16. Married Caleb Pilsbury of Bridgewater and 

Joanna French of East Kingston. 
Jan 17 — Joseph Perkins and Hannah Merrill of Deerfield. 



ALLOTMENT OF SEATS, IN THE 
MEETING-HOUSE, PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 

1693. 

March y e 13 th 1693/4: Whereas at a Gen 11 Towne Meet- 
ing held in Portsm y e 3 d of Aprill 1693 There was a vote 
passed Impowring y e Selectmen together, w th M 1 Richard 
Martine, Cap' Walter Nele, & M r Marke Hunkings, to be a 
Comittee to regulate & ord 1 y e Seating of y e People in y e meet- 
ing house. Also to ord r Seates or Pewes according to their 
disscression provided, no charge acrue to y e Towne there- 
by — wee whose names are hereto Enexsed Being the parties 
above mentioned and met togeather y e day above s d Haveing 
well veied & considered of y e order & Power, aforesaid, & 
finding it shuteable & convenient, to have Pewes round y e 
said meeting house below. And y e Severall Persons herein 
named, Desireing Pewes & Jugeing to Build them at their 
owne charge, and also to remove & compleat, all y e mens & 
womens Seates, below & Build all y e pwes of one hith, & 
un i f< nine, Also to make a Doore by y e womens staires & to 
be don w Ul all convenient speed, the persons names y l are to 
have y e pwes, and do y e worke as afores d viz — M r Rich d Wald- 
ron: M r George Jaffry: M r W ra Partridge: M r Marke Hunking: 
M r John Knight: M r John Plaisted: M r Richard Jose: M r 
Langdon: M r George Snell: & John Pickerin Seno r who are 
y e persons y l have ingaged to doe y e worke: It is also prom- 
ised to them y l the Towne, nor none by their order, shall, 
have liberty, to Build any Pew, Pwes, before them, or either, 
of their Pewes. But y l all y e Seats shall be according to y e 
Drafte on file. And if should happen y e any Person, that 
hath pews as aboves d shall leave y e Towne, y e Towne shall 
reimburse such person, w* said Pwe cost him, & have y e Dis- 
spossing of it to whome they shall see fitt. And whereas y e 
Allies Round y e meeting house, before y e pwes & round y e 
Seats cannot be so compleat & uniforme without cutting the 
corners of Majo r Vaughans, and y l seat where M r John Cutt 
sat. And the s <l Vaughan as far as he is concerned, being 
free thereto, soe it be don, of the same sort of worke, as now 
it is: which y e Persons aforenamed, are also to doe, at their 
owne charge, wee have also seated y e Inhabitants, according 



ALLOTMENT OF SEATS. 



173 



to their Places as p their names at y e Ends of y e severall 

seats. Both in the Galleries & below; the List whereof is 

next following, our names & hands. 

W m Vaughan Townsmen Walter Nele of y e Comittee 

Geo: Snell " Marke Hunking " 

John Pickerin Sen r " 

Tobias Langdon " 

Here followeth y e names of y e persons seated below in those 

seVall seats viz. 



W th y e Minister in y e Pulpet 
M r John Fletcher 
M r Sam 11 Keise 

In y e Seat under y e Pulpet 
Serg* Moses 
Henry Becke 
Allexsander Dennet 
Edw d Melcher 
Samuel Whidden 

1 The front seat before y e 
Minister 

M r Rich d Martine 

2 Phillip Lewis 
Cap" Nele 
Leiu 1 Sloper 

M r Morse 

3 John Partridge Seno r 
John Dennet 

John Tucker 

Tho: Jackson Seno r 

John Jackson Seno r 

4 Thomas Waycome 
Leonard Weekes 
John ffabens 

John Sheirborne in y e plaines 

5 John Johnson Seno r 
John Westbrooke Sen r 
Rich d Monson 

Peter Ball 
ffr s Jones 
John Banfeild 
Joseph Berry 
Daniel Westcoat 



6 Charles Allen Seno r 
Hubertus Mattone 
W m Rackleife 

John Boman 
John Homes 
Richard Webber 
Will: Walker 
Nathan White 

7 Robert Lange 
Henry Kirke 
Robert Rowsely 
Will: Davis 
Tho s Lewcie 
Lewis Williams 
John Bartlet & 
Abr: Bartlet 

1 In y e Mens Gallerys front- 
ing y e Pulpet viz. 

Cap n Tho s Packer 
Cap" Job: Alcocke 
M 1 ' John Hunking 
M r John Hatch 
M r John Cutt 
Sam 11 Rymes 
M r Nicholas ffollet 
M r Rich d Gerish 
M r Phillip White 
M r Edward Kenard 

2 Richard Waterhouse 
Aaron Moses 

Henry Sherburne 
Rober Almery 
M r Pitman 



174 



ALLOTMENT OF SEATS. 



John Ballard 
Splan Lovewell 
James Lovett 
Marke Ayeres 
Tho s Deverson 
Tho 8 Becke 
Geo: Walker 
John Sloper 
Jo" Partridge Juo r 
3 Rober Hinxson 
John Gate 
John Savage 
Rich d Dore 
Nathan Knight 
Nath: Berry 
John ffosse 
Robert Gosse 
John Walker 
John Docknm 
Sam 11 Jackson 
William Williams 

In y e mens Side Gallery 

1 M r Bufam 
John Snell 
Tho 8 Pickerin 
i\I r Hen: Crowne 
John Cotton 
W 1 " H unkings 
W m Cotton 
Mathew Nelson 
Nich: Bennet 
M* Aug: Billiard 
Nathaniel Ayeres 
Edw d Ayeres 
Jacob Lavers 

M r Togood 

William Partridge Juno r 

Cap 1 Ich: Plaistead 

2 Abraham Lewis 
W m Richards 
John Bruster 

W"' Philbrooke 
John Johnson Juo r 



Benj a Cotton 
John Abbet 
John Downing 
Edward Gate 
John Peverly 
Sam 11 Nele 
Thomas Edmons 
John Vrin 
John Philbrooke 
Allen Loyd 
John Clarke 
3 Clem 1 Meserve 
Jo 8 Alexsand 1 
Elisha Bryer 
John Hill Juo r 
Richard Shortridge 
Rob: Bryant 
Edw d Wells 
Tho: Perkins 
Michal Hickes 
Peter Mills 
Geo: Kenistone 
W" Willowbey 
Edw (i Pevey 
Daniel Allen 
Thomas Lewis 
Charles Allen Jun 1 ' 
Tho 8 Averry 
James Drew 
Peter Babb 
Sampson Babb 

Women Seated below Staires 
as followeth, viz. 

1 Seat fronting y e Pullpet 
M r8 Moody 

M rs Martine 

2 M rs John Partridge 
M' s Dennet 

M rs Keise 

M r8 Hanah Jackson 

M rs Morse 

3 M r8 Tucker 
M re Waycome 



ALLOTMENT OF SEATS. 



175 



Jo n Johnsons wife 
Jo" Westbrokes wife 
Goody Monson 
M ls Togood 
John ffabens wife 

4 Goody Ham 
Goody Rackleife 
Goody Backer 
Goody Banfeild 
Goody Seward 
Widow ffabens 
Goody Webber 

5 Goody Goss 
Goody Brookings 
Nath: Whites wife 
Peter Balls wife 
Good}" Savage 
Goody Boman 
Lewis Williams wife 

6 Goody Allen 
W 1 " Davis wife 
John Hills wife 
ffr s Jones wife 
Rob. Langes wife 
Jo" Homes wife 

7 Hen. Kirkes wife 
Jo n Bartlets wife 
Goody Rousely 
Goody Ackerman 
Jo s Berrys wife 
Goody Dore 

W™ Walkers wife 

In y e first Seat between y e 
Pulpet & Majo r Vaughans 
Pwe 

The widdow Hunkins 
Widdow Bruster 
M rs ffletcher 
M r Phil: Lewis his wife 
The next, Goody Waterhouse 
Widdow Jackson 
M r Slopers wife 
M r John Jacksons wife 



In y e Womens Seates in y e 
Gallary 

1 M rB Packer 
M ts Allcock 
M rs Hull 

M rs Clarke Widdow 

M rs Mary Hunking 

y e Widdow Light 

M rs Cutts 

M rs Kennard 

M rs Jane Gerish 

Cap" Plaisteds wife 

M rs Rymes 

M rs Hatch 

Tho: Pickerins wife 

M rs White 

M 18 Mary Hoddy 

M rs Elizabeth Hoddy 

M rs Pitman 

2 Seat M rs Hoply 
Nath: Ayeres wife 
M 1S Levett 

W m Cottons wife 

Mathew Nelsons wife 

Jo n Sherburns wife 

Hen: Sherburns wife 

Jo n Cottons wife 

Widdow Allkins 

Jacob Lavers wife 

Jo" Brusters wife 

y e widdow Jane Haines 

Tho: Deversons wife 

M 1S Almery 

W m Hunkins wife 

M r Bennets wife 

y e Widdow Mary Hayns 

3 d Seat y e Widdow Whidden 

Sam 11 Whiddens wife 

Sam 11 Neles wife 

Abr: Lews wife 

W m Richards wife 

Aaron Moses wife 

Jo n Beverlys wife 



176 



ALLOTMENT OF SEATS. 



Geo: Walkers wife 
John Olarkes wife 
Tho s Beckes wife 
Allen Lords wife 
W m Philbrookes wife 
Geo: Huntris wife 
Widdow Bamewell 
Jo n Philbrookes wife 
M rs Crowne 
y e widdow Mary Lewis 
Jo" Partridges wife Juo r 
4 Seat Widdow Beck 
Ed\v d Gates wife 
Jo" Vrins wife 
Tho 8 Edmonds wife 
Elisha Bryers wife 
Benj a Cottons wife 
Splan Lovewells wife 
Clem 1 Meservys wife 
Michall Hickes wife 
Jo n Savages wife 
Peter Wells wife 
Abra: Bartlets wife 
Edw d Wells wife 
Jo" Downings wife 
Nathan Knights wife 
Jo n Jack sons Ju r wife 

The 5 th Seat being y e back 
seat is left for younge persons 
about 14 years of age unmar- 
ried 

The roome over y e womens 
stairs is for y e persons und r 
named to sit in viz: 
Rob: Hinxsons wife 
Rob: Bryants wife 
Rich 11 Shortridges wife 
J a 8 Howards wife 
Nath: Berrys wife 
Jo n ffoss Ju os wife 
Edw d ffox wife 
Christop r Kenistons wife 
Jo" Dockums wife 



W m Willowbes wife 
James Kenists wife 
Goody Pomry Alias Gerish 

In y e Seat where Majo r 
Stilemans Daug r satt. 
I\I'*ffollet 

W" 1 Partridges wife & 
Sarah ffarnsey till furth' ord r 
Elizabeth Plaisted widow 

As for y l Seat where Cap" 
ffiyer Sat 

Leut. Bedford & his wife are 
there plased till further ord 18 

The back Seats in y e mens 
Gallaries is left for younge 
persons above 14 years old 

As for boyes under y' age 
they are to sit in y e mens 
Allyes 

And y e Girls in y e womens 
Allyes 

And also y l no boys be suf- 
fered to sit on y e staires or 
above staires and y* noe 
younge men or younge wom- 
en offer to crowde into any 
seat where either y e men or 
women are seated 

And whereas there is parte 
of y e backe seat in y e womens 
Gallery built uniform If there 
be any younge women y f will 
Advance for Building s' 1 back 
seat in y e same forme y e 
whole length home to y e 
staires, they may have lib- 
erty. 

And also younge men y l 
will advance for making y e to 
back seats in y e mens Gallery 
as uniforme, they may have 
y e same liberty. 

(P. T. R., I: 156.) 



EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 120.] 

1814. Feb y 10. Marriage between True Rundlett & Abi- 
gail Dow, both of Epping. 
Feb y 27. Marriage between James Perkins of Sandown & 

Polly Hook of Hawke. 

Epping, March 7, 1814. Peter Holt. 

A true record attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 
To the Town Clerk of Epping. I hereby certify that I have 

this 18 th day of September 1814, married Samuel Moody 

& Susanna Todd, both of Raymond. 

William Stearns, Jus. Peace. 

Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 419.) 
The following is a correct list of all the persons who have 

been joined in marriage before me, from March 1, 1812, 

to March 1, 1813, viz. 

1812. April 7. Phillip Cass & Polly Rollins both of Not- 
tingham. 

May 7. Jonathan Cram & Abigail Brown, both of Ray- 
mond. 

June 2. John Jennis & Mary D. Tilton both of Epping. 

June 7. Asa Wood & Grace Stuart, both of Poplin. 

Sept 1 13. Hawley Marshall & Betsy Frost both of Brent- 
wood. 

Sept 1 ' 16. Abraham Sanborn Jr. of Kingston and Rebekah 
Lyford of Brentwood. 

October 21. Henry Roby & Polly Folsom both of Ep- 
ping. 

Nov 1 ' 3. Josiah Norris & Molly Tilton, both of Epping. 

December 18. Jacob Tucker of Kingston & Joanna Thorn 
of Hawke. 

1813. Jan* 27. Samuel Brown of Monmouth, D. M. & 
Dorothy Gove of Nottingham, N. H. 

Feb 7 15. Jonathan Brown of Meredith and Lydia Norris 
of Raymond. Peter Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 

Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 



178 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

To the Town Clerk of Epping. The following is a correct 
return of all the Marriages which I have solemnized 
since March 1, 1814. 

1814. March 20. Marriage between Oliver M. Pike of 
Cornish and Sally Page of Epping. 

May 16. Marriage between John G. Sanborn of Kingston 

and Louiza Meader of Epping. 
•June 22. Marriage between Joshua Hodgekins and Sarah 

Nay both of Raymond. 
28. Marriage between Joseph Hills & Mary Page 

both of Chester. 
July 6. Marriage between James Thing of Brentwood 

and Mehitable Judkins of Kingston. 
Aug' 29. Marriage between Benjamin P. Batchelder of 

Deerfield & Mary Neal of Newmarket. 
Nov r 9. Marriage between Samuel Dow of Hampton and 

Louiza Smith of Raymond. 
Dec 1 ' 1. Marriage between Jacob Swain of Newburyport 

& Ruthy P. Greenleaf of Epping. 

1815. Jan y 17. Marriage between Asa Norris & Sally Dow 
both of Epping. 

Feb y 6. Marriage between Samuel Garland & Clarisa 

Edgerly both of Epping. 
28. Marriage between Edward Lawrence Jr. and 

Shure Osgood both of Epping. 

March 1, 1815. Peter Holt. 

Minister of the Gospel, Epping. 

Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 420.) 
An account of all the marriages which have been sollemnized 

by me, since March 1 st 1811. 
1811. March 18. Marriage between M 1 Jedediah Sleeper 

& Miss Judith Osgood, both of Epping. 
March 18. Marriage between M r William Blaisdell & 

Miss Nancy Shaw both of Epping. 
May 11. Marriage between M r Samuel Sanborn of East 

Kingston & Miss Sally Cram of Raymond. 
Aug 1 25. Marriage between M r Ezra French and Miss 

Charlotte Crockett both of Epping. 
Aug' 25. Marriage between M r Peter Sanderson and Miss 

Polly Clark both of Epping. 
Sept' 12. Marriage between M r Jonathan Chase & Miss 

Honor Prescott both of Epping. 



BIKTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 179 

Oct r 1. Marriage between Mead Folsom & Miss Delia 

Dow both of Epping. 
Oct r 24. Marriage between Cornet Jonathan Mosley of 

Lee & Miss Harriett Greenleaf of Epping. 
Nov r 21. Marriage between M r Ebenezer Cram, Jr. and 

Miss Molly Osgood both of Raymond. 
Nov 1 21. Marriage between M r Moses D. Sanborn & Miss 

Nabby Prescott both of Epping. 
Dec r 31. Marriage between M r John Prescott and Miss 
Betsy Bean both of Raymond. 
1812. Jan y 8. Marriage between M r Samuel Hill of Green- 
land & Miss Sally Prescot of Epping. 
Feb y 26. Marriage between M r William Wedgewood of 

Newmarket & Miss Judith Folsom of Epping. 
March 1. Marriage between M r George Hill and Miss 
Mary Lane both of Hampton Falls. 
Epping March 1, 1812. Peter Holt. 

Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

To the Town Clerk of Epping. I do hereby Certify that on 
the 27 th day of October, A. D. 1822, William Frederick 
Tilton and Sarah Osgood, both of Epping, were lawful- 
ly married, by me, 

William Stearns, Justice of the Peace. 
Recorded Oct 1 " 28, 1822. 

Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 421.) 
Sally Plumer Daughter to Samuel Plumer, Jr. & Betsey his 

wife was Born September 10 th 1791. 
Polley Plumer Daughter to Samuel Plumer, J r & Betsey his 

wife was Born March 30 th 1793. 
Nancy Plumer Daughter to Samuel Plumer, J 1 ' & Betsey his 

wife was Born March 3 d 1795. 
Joseph Cilley Plumer Son to Samuel Plumer, J r & Betsey 

his wife was Born February 12 th 1797. 
Rebeccah Plumer daughter to Samuel Plumer, J r & Betsey his 

wife was born February 16 th 1799. (E. T. R., I: 422.) 
April 24 th 1795. David Dowl Plumer Son to Daniel Plum- 
er & Sally his wife was Born. 
Abraham Plumer Son to Daniel Plumer & Sally his wife was 

Born Sep 1 21 st 1796. 
Daniel Plumer and Hannah Plumer Son and Daughter to 
Samuel Plumer and Mary his wife was born June 18 th A. 
D. 1770. 



180 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Sully Drake daughter to Simon Drake and Judea his wife 

was born September 27'" A. D. 1772. 
The above named Daniel Plumer and Sally Drake were Mar- 
ried December 18'" A. D. 1794. 
David Dole Plumer Son to Daniel Plumer and Sally his 

wife was born April 24'" A. D. 1795. 
Abraham Plumer Son to said Daniel & Sally Plumer was 

born September 21, A. D. 1796. 
Samuel Plumer Son to said Daniel & Sally Plumer was 

born July 20 th 1800. 
Daniel Plumer Son to said Daniel and Sally Plumer was 

born November 12 l " 1802. 

(E. T. R., I: 423.) 
Abraham Tilton Jun r and Esther Stearns, were married June 

23, 1794. 
William Frederick Tilton, son of Abraham Tilton, J 1 and 

Esther his wife, was born October 16, 1795. 
Mary Bryant Tilton, Daughter of Abraham Tilton, J 1 and 

Esther his wife, was born November 27, 1807. 
Lydia Page Davis, daughter of Capt. Isaac Davis and Mercy 

his wife was born May 19, 1814. 

(E. T. R., I: 424.) 
Nathaniel Smith & Molley Dolton were Married March 3 d 

1794. 
Josiah Smith & Dolly Rundlet were Married March 18 th 

1794. 
Nathaniel Williams & Anna Cilley were Married April 17 th 

1794. 
John Rundlet & Betsy Peas were Married April 28 t " 1794. 
Daniel Gordon & Hannah Tilton were Married June 4 th 

1794. 
Abraham Tilton J r & Esther Stearns were Married June 23 rd 

1794. 
John Mighels & Peggy Kennison were Married August 24 ,h 

1794. 
Jeremiah Pike & Anna Crocket were Married August 26 th 

1794. 
James Filbrook & Betsy Prescott were Married August 31 st 

1794. 
Jonathan Folsom & Betsy Brown were Married September 

15 tt 1794. 
William Hays & Joanna Thomas were Married September 

18 th 1794. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 181 

Jonathan Sanborn & Lydia Page were Married September 

24 th 1794. 
Daniel Plumer & Salley Drake were Married December 18 tu 

1794. 
John Matthews & Salley Beverly were Married January 29 th 

1795. 
Samuel Harvey & Mehitable Ladd were Married February 

19 th 1795. 
Ebenezer Tilton & Meriam Prescott were Married June 7 th 

1795. 
Samuel Shaw & Rhoda Straw were Married July 1 st 1795. 
John Prescutt & Elizabeth Nicolles were Married November 

25 th 1795. 
George Packer & Dolly How were Married December th 

1795. (E. T. R., I: 425.) 

Stephen Peas & Sally Johnson were Married January 5 tu 

1796. 
Nicholas Doe & Deborah Persons were Married February 21 st 

1796. 
Paul Stevens & Sally How were Married March 17 th 1796. 
David Tailor & Nancy Green were Married May 11 th 1796. 
Samuel Dutch & Betsy Marshal were Married June 8 th 1796. 
Josiah Hills & Molly Whitcher were Married June 19 th 1796. 
Samuel Jackson & Sarah Chatbourn were Married July — 

1796. 
Eliphalet Barker & Polly French were Married September 

28 th 1796. 
Thomas Robinson & Polly Crocket were Married October 5 th 

1796. 
Jacob Morrill & Comfort Gilman were Married November 

17 th 1796. 
David Watson & Else Doloff were Married November 17 tu 

1796. 
Samuel Morrill Jr. & Abigail Clifford were Married Novem- 
ber 16 th 1797.* 
William Straw & Polly French were married November 29 th 

1796. 
Enoch Coffin Esq r & Abigail Brown were Married December 

11 th 1796. 
Jacob Freese & Sally Edgerly were Married April — 1797. 
Stephen Maxfield & Hannah Moody were Married Sep' 3 d 

1797. 

*Probably an error in original for 1796. — Ed. 



182 EPPING TOWN KECOKDS. 

George Wallis & Lydia Eastman were Married Sep 1 25 th 
1797. 

Nathan Swain & Molly Jewel were Married Nov 1 9 th 1797. 

(E. T. R., I: 426.) 

Samuel C. Drew & Lucy Pease were Married November 13 lu 
1797. 

John Lunt & Anna Wheeler were Married December 19 th 
1797. 

David Cilley of Nottingham & Dolly Straw of Epping were 
Married Jan* 16 th 1798. 

Henry Sanborn J 1 ' of Epping & Ruth Norris of Poplin were 
Married Febr* 8 th 1798. 

Phineas Taylor of Mount Senium* & Betsy Winslow of 
Epping were Married Feb y 20 th 1798. 

Moses Burnham & Ziporah Straw both of Nottingham were 
Married Febr* 20 th 1798. 

John Stevens & Sally Pease both of Newmarket were Mar- 
ried March 23 d 1798. 

John Tilton of Kensington & Sally Prescott of Epping were 
Married May 9 th 1798. 

Dudley Clifford & Polly Norris both of Epping were Married 
May 30 th 1798. 

Moses Lawrence & Sally Johnson both of Epping were Mar- 
ried June 3 d 1798. 

Josiah Tilton J 1 & Rachel Thomas both of Epping were Mar- 
ried August 16 th 1798. 

Chandler Bean of Gilmantown & Polly Johnson of Epping 
were Married Sep 1 2 d 1798. 

Thomas Burley J r & Nancy Hoit both of Epping were Mar- 
ried October 2 d 1798. 

Samuel French of Nottingham & Hannah Straw of Epping 
were married Octob r 10 th 1798. 

Jonathan Robinson J r of Poplin & Polly Rundlet of Epping 
were Married Nov r 14 th 1798. 

John Gammon & Eunice Carter both of Newmarket were 
Married Nov 1 15 l " 1798. 

Jonathan Gove J r of Nottingham & Martha Clough of Ep- 
ping were Married Jan y 10 Ul 1799. 

Abner Clough J r of Loudon & Ruth Lawrence of Epping 
were Married Jan y 27 th 1799. 

(E. T. R., I: 427.) 

♦Probably an error in original for Mount Vernon. — Ed. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 183 

Jonathan Hoit and Dolly Lane Both of Epping were married 
November 28 th 1799. 

Joseph Ham and Patty French Both of Epping were Married 
June 29 th 1800. 

List of marriages solemnized by the Rev d Peter Holt of Ep- 
ping from the first of March 1805 to this date. [For date 
see end of list.] 

1805. March 14. Nathaniel Durgin of Northwood and 
Polly Dow of Epping were married. 

March 17. Henry Gilman of Exeter and Nancy Wiggin 

of Epping were married. 
April 24. Aaron Page and Betsy Cilley both of Epping 

were married. 
July 5. David Howe of Epsom and Sally Knowles of 

Epping were married. 
Oct 1 10. Eliphalet Chase and Rebeckah Prescott both of 

Epping were married. 

March 1, 1806. 
An account of all the marriages solemnized by me since 

March 1 1806. 

1806. Feb. 5. Marriage between William Thurston of Ea- 
ton & Polly Robinson of Exeter. 

Feb y 21. Marriage between Ebenezer French and Polly 

Marden both of Epping. 
May 15. Marriage between Dudley Norris and Mary 

Rogers both of Epping. 
Jane 1. Marriage between Phillip B. Leathers and Debby 

Burnham, both of Epping. 
June 4. Marriage between Bracket Clough & Elizabeth 

Sleeper, both of Poplin. 
Aug' 27. Marriage between Dudley Fogg of Raymond 

and Nancy Gove of Nottingham. 
Nov 1 ' 27. Marriage between John Pike of Newmarket and 

Sally Tilton of Epping. 
Dec 1 31. Marriage between John Crocket and Nancy 

Glidden both of Epping. (E. T. R., I: 428.) ' 

1807. Jan. 11. Marriage between Samuel Doe of Sanborn- 
ton and Eliza Merrill of Epping. 

Jan y 15. Marriage between James Bean and Nancy Speed 

both of Epping. 
Feb y 10. Marriage between Jesse Bickford of Northwood 

& Mary Gove of Nottingham. 

Epping, March 1, 1807. Peter Holt. 



184 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Marriages solemnized by the Rev d Peter Holt from March 1, 

1807 to March 1, 1808. 
1807. March 4. Marriage between M r Dudley Clifford 

and Miss Patty Glidden, both of Epping. 
May 7. Marriage between M r Jonathan Robinson of Deer- 
field and Miss Hannah Prescott of Epping. 
Oct 1 18. Marriage between M 1 John Whitehouse of Pern- 

broke and Miss Khoda H. N orris of Epping. 
Nov r 26. Marriage between M r Samuel Lawrence and 

Miss Betsy Thing, both of Epping. 
Marriage between M r James D. Norris and Miss Mary 

P. Norris, both of Epping. 
Dec 1 ' 24. Marriage between M r William Blazdel and the 

widdow Sally Tilton, both of Epping. 

Epping, March 1, 1808. Peter Holt. 

Marriages solemnized by the Rev' 1 Peter Holt from March 1, 

1810 to March 1, 1811. 

1810. March 11. Marriages between M' John M' Daniel 
of Barrington & Sally Chapman of Epping. 

April 16. Marriage between Josiah Norris 3 (i & Nabby 

Thing, both of Epping. 
May 17. Marriage between Samuel Tilton of Amesbury 

& Sarah Jones of Epping. 
June 13. Marriage between Joseph Towle & Nancy Rund- 

let both of Epping. 
July 5. Marriage between Ebenezer Morse of Kingston 

& Betsy Purinton of Epping. 
Oct r 28. Marriage between Charles C. Wheelright of 

Newburyport & Edah Gibson of North Hampton. 
Nov 1 ' 22. Marriage between William Whitcher & Abigail 

Avery both of Epping. 
Dec r 26. Marriage between David Blaisdell of Epping & 

Polly Durgin of Nottingham . 

1811. Jan y 24. Marriage between Ebenezer Durgin and 
Sally Cilley both of Epping. 

Feb y 10. Marriage between Jonathan Stevens of Epping 
& Sally Robinson of Raymond. 

Epping, March 1, 1811. Peter Holt. 

Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 429.) 
Theodor Kittredge, son of Doct r George Kittredge & Eleanor 
his wife was born August 20 th 1801. 



IN MEMORIAM. 



REV. MYRON SAMUEL DUDLEY. 

(Presented at a meeting of the Trustees of The New Hampshire Gen- 
ealogical Society, December 20, 1905, and ordered printed.) 

Rev. Myron Samuel Dudley, son of Stephen and Lydia 
(Davis) Dudley, was born 20 February, 1837, in Peru, Ben- 
nington County, Vermont, and died at his home in Newing- 
ton, New Hampshire, 17 November, 1905. He was a descend- 
ant of Francis Dudley, whose name first appears about 1630 
in connection with that of his father, John Dudley, in the 
Charlestown (Mass.) records, and later, about 1660, in the 
Concord (Mass.) records, as "Francis Dudley, Esq." His 
grandfather, General Peter Dudley, born in Littleton, Mas- 
sachusetts, removed to Vermont in 1799. 

The subject of this sketch attended the schools of his native 
town, taking a college preparatory course at Burr and Burton 
Seminary, Manchester, Vermont, gaining the second rank in 
one of the largest classes of that institution. He graduated 
from Williams College, Class of 1863, receiving the appoint- 
ment of an honorary oration on the Commencement pro- 
gramme. 

Mr. Dudley's college course was greatly disturbed by the 
excitements of the civil war. The spirit of loyalty and patri- 
otism so conspicuously manifested in his distinguished ances- 
tors found its reflex in young Dudley who, immediately upon 
the completion of his college course, enlisted as a private in 
the Fifth Vermont Veteran -Volunteer Infantry. During his 
first year in the service he passed through the grades of ser- 
geant and first lieutenant to captain. He was wounded in the 
battle of the Wilderness, May, 1864; participated in Sheri- 
dan's brilliant Shenandoah campaign; served through the war, 
and was discharged with the volunteer army in June, 1865. 

In the autumn of this year he entered Andover Theologi- 
cal Seminary, passed one year at that institution, then passed 
a year in teaching as associate principal of Burr and Burton 
Seminary, and immediately afterward completed his theolog- 
ical studies in Union Theological Seminary, New York City, 
at the head of a class numbering nearly forty. 



186 IN MEMORIAM. 

He married first, 21 August, 1873, Martha Maria Hale, 
daughter of Hon. Mordecai and Jane (Harvey) Hale, of 
Peacham, Vermont. She died 20 July, 1870. He married 
second, in April, 1882, Sarah Denman Todd, daughter of 
Rev. John and Mary Collins (Brace) Todd, of l'ittslield, 
Massachusetts, who died of pneumonia 26 October, 1884. 
On September 14, 1892, Mr. Dudley married Mary Elizabeth 
Marrett, daughter of Avery and Elizabeth Bancroft (Weston) 
Marrett, of Standish, Maine, who survives him. 

Outside his work for the pulpit, Mr. Dudley engaged in 
local historical study, and several monographs have issued 
from his able pen. 

He was a member of various historical and other organiza- 
tions, including The New Hampshire Genealogical Society, 
and is the first member of the latter organization to be called 
from earth's activities to that realm beyond the veil. 

It is impossible in this brief sketch to touch upon Mr. 
Dudley's evangelical labors. He was identified with the 
Congregational Church and his life work can best be express- 
ed in those beautiful lines: 

"Do noble deeds, don't dream them all day long, 

And thus make life, death, and that vast forever, 

One grand, sweet song." 

Fred E. Quimbv, 

Necrologist. 



QUERIES. 

59. Smith. — Wanted, the death dates and family record 
of Isaiah and Charity (Cram) Smith of Stratham, N. H., who 
were married July 25, 1728. 

Clark. — Wanted, the death dates of Jonathan and Ann 
(Cram) Clark, of Stratham, N, II., who were married May 
26, 1741, together with their family record. 

105 Charles Street, Boston, Mass. John G. Cram. 



ANSWER TO QUERY. 

58. CRAM. — Mary, daughter of Jeremiah Wheelwright of 
Portsmouth, married, 28 June, 1760, John Oram (not Cram). 

Charles H. Batchelder. 
Portsmouth, N. H. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL 

SOCIETY. 

[Extracts from the records.] 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN. 

Dover, N. H., April 18, 1906. 
To the President and Members of The New Hampshire Gen- 
ealogical Society: 

In presenting his third annual report, your librarian takes 
great pleasure in announcing the large increase in the num- 
ber of accessions to the library during the past year. The 
collecting of books for the library was commenced less than 
three years ago. At the date of the first annual meeting 
the library contained 324 books and pamphlets; at the date 
of the second annual meeting the number had grown to 457; 
and at the present time there are 7,435 books and pamphlets 
in the library. There are two great wants to your library: 
the first want is a continual one, of more books and pam- 
phlets; the second want is a nice, new twenty-five thousand 
dollar building in which to put them. Your library being 
free to all, there is not the slightest doubt but what a gener- 
ous public, if reminded from time to time of what is needed, 
would quickly respond in liberal donations of books and pam- 
phlets; as to the second want, the nice, new building will 
surely come in the future, much sooner than most people 
anticipate. While the scope of the library is general in one 
sense, yet it is special as to New Hampshire, and the constant 
aim is to secure everything possible pertaining to our state 
and to New Hampshire people who have settled in other states. 
A list of all donations, with donor's name and residence, is 
regularly printed in The New Hampshire Genealogical Rec- 
ord, which all of the members receive or have access to, so 
there is no need of repeating the list here. 

At a recent meeting of the trustees it was voted to com- 
mence a New Hampshire Genealogical and Biographical 
Memorial, as soon as the funds of the society permitted of the 
furnishing, printing and distribution of the necessary blanks. 
Such a work would immediately appeal to every family and 



188 THE NEW HAMPSHIRE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

individual in the state, and there is no doubt but what most 
of the blanks would be filled out and the desired record writ- 
ten up for preservation. When these papers were bound, 
the work would eventually fill hundreds and even thousands 
of manuscript volumes and ever make your library the great 
centre of genealogical, historical and biographical research in 
the state. When the people of New Hampshire come to 
individually realize that The New Hampshire Genealogical 
Society is striving to preserve and perpetuate the names, gen- 
ealogical and biographical records, and all that is good, grand 
and noble of the people of this state, from the highest to the 
lowest, then we may expect that they will constantly remem- 
ber our society and that the necessary means will be furnish- 
ed to carry forward our great work. 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY. 
1906-1907. 

President — Hon. James A. Edgerly, Somersworth. 
Vice- Presidents — Hon. Arthur G. Whittemore, Dover; 

Hon. Henry R. Parker, Dover; Hon. John T. Welch, 

Dover. 
Secretary— Fred E. Quimby, Esq., Dover. 
Treasurer — Hon. Lucien Thompson, Durham. 
Financial Agent — Charles W. Tibretts, Esq., Dover. 
Librarian — Charles W. Tirbetts, Esq., Dover. 
Editors — Charles W. Tibbetts, Esq., Dover; Fred E. 

Quimby, Esq., Dover. 
Necrologist — Fred E. Quimby, Esq., Dover. 



Board' of Trustees — James A. Edgerly, Arthur G. Whit- 
temore, Charles W. Tibbetts, Lucien Thompson, 
Fred E. Quimby, Henry R. Parker, John T. Welch. 



LIBRARY BUILDING. 

At a meeting of the Trustees held in the City Couneil 
rooms, Dover, N. H., April 18, 1906, the following vote was 



WANTS. 189 

passed: — "That the Financial Agent and Secretary be a com- 
mittee to procure plans and estimates of cost of a new library 
building, investigate as to price and location of a desirable 
lot for the same, and devise ways and means for raising 
the money necessary to pay for the building and lot, and 
report with recommendations, at a meeting of the Trustees 
to be called for the purpose of considering the matters herein 
expressed." 



DONATIONS. 

The New Hampshire Genealogical Society wish to acknowl- 
edge with grateful thanks the receipt of the following dona- 
tions in books and pamphlets since our last issue. 

Donors. 
Rear Admiral Geo. H. Wadleigh, Dover, 
Hon. John H. Nealley, 
William Sawyer, 
Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
Charles W. Tibbetts, Esq., 
New Hampshire Hist. Society, 
Hon. Edward W. McGlenen, 
Mrs. Ashbel Welch, 

Total 

Number of previous donations, 

Total, since incorporation of society, Feb. 24, 1903, 7,880 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



Residence. 


Number. 


Dover, 


158 


M 


2 


U 


13 


U 


1 


(( 


1 


u 


293 


Boston, Mass. 


1 


Germantown, 


Phila., Pa., 1 




470 




7,410 



WANTS. 



In our last issue a series of notes was commenced, calling 
the attention of the public to the immediate wants of the 
library of The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. The 
call was for directories of New Hampshire cities and towns 
and the New Hampshire Register. In answer, thirty-two 
directories and ten volumes of the Register have been donated 
to the library, for which the society is very grateful, and still 
the books are coming. Let the good work continue; do not 
be afraid of sending duplicates, for they can be exchanged 



190 BOOK NOTICE. 

with other libraries. The directories of Nashua, Keene and 
Laconia are especially desired, as none, for those cities, have 
been received. 

The use of the library is free to the public in general, with- 
out cost or expense, and being a free library the public are 
earnestly requested to contribute in books and pamphlets 
for the common good. Ordinarily it takes money to purchase 
books, but if the books are given it saves expense and also 
helps to build up the library. Four hundred and seventy 
books and pamphlets is a goodly number to report as the 
donations of three months time, but there is no reason why 
the number should not be doubled, or even quadrupled, if 
the matter can be properly kept before the people. The 
promise of one or two large donations of over one thousand 
volumes has been made soon as the society builds a library 
building, but do not let the new building interfere in the 
least with the giving of the books. The society will gladly 
furnish a good place for all the books that may be received; 
and the larger the number, the better. The new building 
will surely come in the near future, meanwhile help us to 
roll up the number of accessions, larger and larger. 

The Librarian. 



BOOK NOTICE. 

The Native Ministry of New Hampshire. By Rev. 

Nathan F. Carter. Concord, N. H. 1906. Rumford 

Printing Co. Half morocco with guilt top, also in cloth. 

Octavo, pp. iv and 1017. 

This volume contains biographical sketches of 2509 minis- 
ters, who were born in New Hampshire. It is ably written, 
from the pen of Rev. Nathan F. Carter, who is well known 
as a historical and biographical writer, is printed on good 
paper, and substantially bound. The work to the casual 
reader is very interesting, but to the genealogist and the per- 
son in search of biographical knowledge the volume is all 
important. No New England library can afford to be with- 
out it. It represents the careful painstaking research of 
in any years. The material has been gathered from hundreds 
of volumes of alumni catalogues, denominational year-books, 
biographies, genealogies, newspapers, personal interviews and 
< < urespondence. Send for circular containing prices of differ- 
ent bindings to Rev. Nathan F. Carter, Concord, N. H. 



RYE GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. II, page 140.] 

Asa Locke and Bettey J. Locke his wife were joined in Mar- 
riage Novem 1 ' 12, 17 — 

Asa Locke was Born August 14, 1775. 

Betsey J. Locke his wife was born September 4, 1780. 

Salley H. Locke their daughter was born February 15, 1800. 

Asa Locke, Jr. their son was born October 18, 1801. 

.James H. Locke their son was born November 27, 1804. 

Lemuel Locke their son was born November 19, 1806. 

Perna T. Locke their daughter was born December 27, 1808. 

Jonathan D. Locke their son was born April 1, 1811. 

Perna T. Locke their daughter deceased December 5, 1809. 

Perna T. Locke their daughter was born June 16, 1813. 

Gardner T. Locke their son was born February 8, 1816. 

John O. Locke their son was born December 3, 1821. 

John O. Locke their son Deceased August 15, 1822. 

Mary E. Locke their daughter was Born March 2, 1824. 

Mary E. Locke Deceased February 26, 1825. 

Salley H. Locke their daughter born* August 11, 1825. 

Perna T. Locke their daughter Deceased December 5. 1829. 

(R. T. R., I: 344.) 
Children of Carr Leavitt and Eliza Jane Foster Leavitt. 

Eben True Leavitt their son born August 15, 1839 and died. 

Oliver Jenness and Sidney L. Seavey were Joined in Mar- 
riage December 22 d 1842. 

Minerva S. Jenness their daughter was born May 9 th 1844. 

Joseph Locke and Hannah Knowles were Joined in Marriage 
November 28 th 1833. 

Horace W. Locke their son was born June 2 d 1837 and died 
January 3 d 1839. 

Sarah A. Locke their daughter was born March the 2 d 1840. 

Elizabeth M. Locke their Daughter was born March 18 th 

1844. (R. T. R., I: 345.) 

Children of Simon Jenness, Jr. and his wife Nancy. 

David A. Jenness their Son was born August 26 th 1814. 
*First written deceased then crossed and word born written above. 



192 RYE GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Adaline S. Jenness their Daughter was born October 27 th 

1820. 
Levi W. Jenness their Son was born April 24 th 1824. 
Sophia P. Jenness & Semira P. Jenness their Daughters 

were born August 6 th 1826. 

Children of Charles Greene and his Wife Mary. 
Vercilda M. Greene their Daughter was born March 9 th 1827. 
Charles A. Greene their Son was born November 15 th 1829. 
Mary Jane Greene their Daughter was born P"ebruary 20 th 

1832. 
Cyrus Fayette Greene their Son was born June 23 d 1834. 
Cyrus Fayette Greene their Son Died May 5 th 1836. 
Cyrus W. Greene their Son was bom October 9 th 1836. 
Martha O. Greene their Daughter was born October 4 th 

1839. 
Oren Smith Greene their Son was born October 23 d 1845. 
Richard R. Locke was born July 16 Ul 1794; his wife, 
Sarah A. Leavitt Locke was born January 20 th 1800 at 

North Hampton. 
Sula A. Locke their Daughter was born October 11 th 1824. 
Sarah E. Locke their Daughter was born October 16 th 1826. 
Aba M. Locke their Daughter was born June 18 th 1829. 
Richard L. Locke their Son was born October 26 th 1831. 
Harriet J. Locke their Daughter was born January 15, 1835. 
Albert C. Locke their Son was born January 22 d 1837. 

Children of Richard Foss and Eliza his wife. 
Robert S. Foss their Son was bom April 7 th 1827. 
John O. Foss their Son was born August 17 th 1830. 
Eliza E. Foss their Daughter was born July the 7 th 1832. 

(It. T. R., I: 346.) 
Children of Robinson Foss and Patty his wife. 
Mehitable J. Foss their Daughter was bom February 5 th 

1819. 
Harderson Foss their Son was born January the 23 d 1821. 

Patty Foss his wife died 

Children of Robinson Foss and Charlotte his wife. 
John H. Foss their Son was born December 9" 1 1831. 
Henry D. Foss their Son was born September 18 th 1832. 
Daniel M. Foss their Son was born March 10 th 1834. 
Charlotte D. Foss their Daughter was bom October 22 d 1835 

and died November 14 th 1837. 
Robinson T. Foss their Son was born September 22 d 1837 & 

died Dec 8, 1865. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Abbet, see Abbott. 
Abbott, Aaron, 72. 

Aron, 22. 

Elizabeth, 120, 131. 

John, 91, 174. 

Lydia, 91. 

Peter, 131. 

Theophilus, 24. 
Abrams, William, 167. 
Ackerman, see Akerman. 
Adams, Amy, 56. 

Benjamin, 109. 

Ebenezer, 2, 9, 64. 

TTlpOTlOT* -1 

Elizabeth,*9, 60, 63, 64, 109. 

Ezekiel G., 7. 

Hannah, 63. 

Henry, 169. 

John, 21, 55, 71, 72, 73, 125. 

Joseph, 3, 6, 9, 57, 60, 63, 64, 
109. 

Margaret, 52. 

Mary, 50, 56. 

Meriel, 1. 

Peter, 20, 73. 

Ruth W., 9. 

Samuel, 10. 
Akerman, Mrs., 175. 
Akers, Johanna, 41. 
Alain, Louis, 69, 76. 
Alcock, Capt., 55. 

Dorothy, 52. 

Elizabeth, 50, 56. 

Ens., 104. 

Job, 50, 52, 173. 

Mrs., 175. 

Samuel, 152. 
Alexander, Joseph, 174. 

Samuel, 129. 
Alkins, see Elkins. 
Allard, Elizabeth, 156. 

Henry, 112, 156. 

Sarah, 112. 

Shadrach, 156. 
Allen, Charles, 50, 173, 174. 

Daniel, 174. 

James, 27, 74, 82. 

John, 81, 84. 

Judah, 5. 

Mrs., 50, 56, 175. 

Nathaniel, 72. 

Samuel, 104. 



Allen, William, 98. 

Zaccheus, 36. 
Allison, Mrs., 103. 
Almery, Bartholomew, 53. 

George, 53. 

Hannah, 51, 53, 54, 56. 

Mary, 52. 

Mrs., 175. 

Robert, 53, 54, 173. 
Amblar, Mrs., 146. 
Anderson, William S., 70. 
Apple ton, Col., 148. 

Mary, 168. 
Arin, see Vrin. 
Ash, John, 147. 
Atkinson, John, 88. 

Mary, 54. 

Sergt., 147. 
Austin, Matthew, 102. 

Mehitable, 165. 

Moses, 33. 

Phebe, 31. 

Sarah, 32. 

Thomas, 148. 
Avery, Abigail, 184. 

Thomas, 174. 
Ayer, see Ayers. 
Ayers, Amy, 50, 52, 53, 56. 

Dependence, 7. 

Edward, 174. 

Hannah, 61, 63. 

James, 7, 66, 73. 

Mark, 5, 53, 174. 

Mary, 17, 56, 106. 

Mehitable, 63. 

Mrs., 175. 

Nathaniel, 50, 52, 53, 55, 174, 
175. 

Perkins, 17. 

Rebecca, 64. 

Sarah, 53. 

Stephen, 8. 

Thomas, 53, 61, 63. 
Babb, Dorothy, 112. 

Elizabeth, 56. 

Peter, 174. 

Sampson, 112, 174. 

Sarah, 112. 
Bachelder, see Batchelder. 
Backer, Mrs., 175. 
Badger, Anna, 91. 

Benjamin, 169. 



194 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Badger, Hannah. 136. 

Mary, 91. 
Badson, John, 100. 
Bagley, Jerusha, 129. 

Jonathan, 89. 

Mary, 89. 
Phineas, 89. 
Rntli, 171. 

William, 129. 
Baldwin, Ruth, 159. 

Thomas, 159. 
Ball, Mrs., 175. 
Peter, 173, 175. 

Reuben, 114. 
Ballard, .John, 174. 
Bancroft, Lieut., 80. 
Banheld, Christopher, 149. 

John, 173. 

Mrs., 56, 175. 
Bather, McDaniel, 120. 

Robert, 91, 147. 
Bard, Martha, 01. 

William, 89. 
Barker, Ann, 123, 124, 

Anna, 123. 

Charles, 12:'.. 

Eliphelet, 181. 

Margaret, 120. 

Martha, 123. 

Mary, 123. 

Nathan, 123, 124. 

Noah, 124. 

Sarah, 124. 

Sophia, 123. 
Barnard, Alice, 132. 

John, 37, 129. 

Sarah, 136. 
Barnes, Henry, 82, 104. 
Barnewell, Wid., 176. 
Barrett, Hannah, 86. 
Barsham, Mrs., 51. 
Bartlett, Abigail, 115. 

Abram, 173, 176. 

Dorcas, 8. 

Dorothy, 168. 

Ezra, 169. 

John, 41, 173, 175. 

Joseph, 00. 

.losiah, 87. 

Mary, 87, 89, 131. 

Miriam, 131. 

Moses, 130. 
Mrs., 175, 176. 
Nancy, 113. 
Peter, 120. 
Khoda, 133. 
Richard, lis. 
Sarah, 130, 167, 171. 
Stephen, 87. 



Bartlett, Zipporah, 170. 
Batchelder, Amos, 168. 

Benjamin, 90, 132. 

Benjamin P., 178. 

Charles H., 186. 

Elizabeth, 169. 

Iluldah, 136. 

• losiah, 38, 39. 

Mary, 38, 132, 136. 

Nathan, 38, 136. 

Nathaniel, 38, 114. 

Phineas, 39. 
Baxter, Richard, 70, 74. 
Bazin, Victor, 67, 175. 
Beady, see Beedee. 
Bean, Abigail, 91. 

Anna, 40. 

Benjamin, 43. 

Catherine, 41. 

Chandler, 182. 

Cornelius, 90. 

Curtis, 91. 

Daniel, 37. 

David, 43. 

Edward, 88. 

Elizabeth, 43, 179. 

Huldah, 167. 

.lames, 40, 183. 

Jemima, 45. 

Jeremiah, 86. 

Jonathan, 42. 

Joseph, 88, 91. 

Judith, 87. 

Keziah, 136. 

Lydia, 169. 

Margaret, 89. 

Mary, 39, 91. 

Miriam, 44. 

Ruth, 132. 

Samuel, 37. 

Sarah, 40, 44. 

Sinkler, 40. 
Bear, Jerusha, 3. 
Beck, H., 50, 51. 

Henry, 17.I. 
Mr., 50, 55. 

Mrs., 176. 

Thomas, 55, 174, 176. 

Wid., 176. 
Beedee, Beza, 131. 

Daniel, 14. 
Elizabeth, 87. 
Bezekiah, 43. 
Jehoshea, 131. 
Jeremiah, 170. 

K./.ia, 130. 
Begworth, Benjamin, 97. 
Bell, Ellizabeth, 43. 
Mary, 87. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



195 



Hell, Matthias, 29, 71. 
Bennett, Mr., 175. 

Mrs., 175. 

Nicholas, 174. 
Benson, James, 160. 

Joseph, 3. 

Susanna, 160. 

William, 160. 
Berry, Anna, 154. 

Joseph, 173, 175. 

Miss, 93. 

Mr., 154. • 

Mrs., 56, 175, 176. 

Nathaniel, 174, 176. 
Besford, Elizabeth, 171. 
Beverly, John, 175. 

Mrs., 175. 

Sarah, 181. 
Bickford, Abigail, 61, 109. 

Abner, 1. 

Alice, 10, 112. 

Andrew, 106. 

Ann, 88. 

B., 57. 

Benjamin, 60, 61, 63, 106, 156. 

Bridget, 59. 

Charles, W., 48, 139. 

Daniel, 2. 

Deborah, 61, 63, 106. 

Dependence, 61. 

Dodavah, 110. 

Ebenezer, 160. 

Eleanor, 156. 

Elizabeth, 2, 63. 

Hannah, 2, 58, 59, 61, 62, 105, 
112. 

Henry, 171. 

Ichabod, 4, 156. 

Jane, 51, 54. 

Jesse, 183. 

Jethro, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63, 105, 
108, 112. 

John, 57, 109. 

Jonathan, 160. 

Joseph, 156. 

Joshua, 160. 

Lemuel, 105. 

Mary, 60. 

Persey, 110. 

Rebecca, 4. 

Richard, 59. 

Samuel, 60, 156. 

Sarah, 1, 56, 60, 109, 156, 160. 

Susanna, 1, 58. 

Thomas, 156, 160, 164. 

Winthrop, 9. 
Birdeen, see Bridden. 
Blackden, Mary, 56. 
Blagdon, Mary, 50. 



Blaisdell, David, 184. 

Dorothy, 42, 86. 

Elizabeth, 42, 132. 

Enoch, 48. 

H. C, 48. 

Henry, 130. 

Jonathan. 38, 91. 

Lydia, 44, 131. 

Mary, 42. 

Miriam, 91. 

Miss, 132. 

Moses, 42. 

Nicholas, 142. 

Ralph, 38. 

Ruth, 131. 

Susanna, 86. 

William, 178, 184. 
Blake, John, 91. 

Jonathan, 130. 

Lucy, 168. 

Mary, 136. 

Mehitable, 88. 

Stevens, 170. 
Blanche r, Mr., 146. 

Mrs., 146. 
Bligh, Hannah, 88. 

Sarah, 86. 
Blood, Mr., 147. 
Biy, see Bligh. 
Boden, see Bowden. 
Bodge, Benjamin, 41. 
Bogwell, Olive, 113. 
Boid, see Boyd. 

Bommazeen, Sagamore, 82, 146. 
Bond, Margaret, 52. 

Nicholas, 100. 
Booker, Jotham, 65, 74. 
Booth, Mary, 52. 
Bootman, Amos, 42. 
Borden, see Bowden. 
Bordman, Elizabeth, 162, 163. 

Hannah, 162. 

Jonathan, 162. 

Mercy, 162, 163. 

Stephen, 162. 

Thomas, 162, 163. 
Boswell, William, 97. 
Bouft'ard, Nicholas, 71. 
Bourdon, Peter, 67. 
Bouron, Charles, 68, 75. 
Bowden, John, 100. 

Sarah, 142. 
Bowles, Mr., 50. 

Mrs., 51. 
Bowley, Caroline, 165. 

James, 165. 

Oliver S., 165. 

Sergent, 165. 

Zebediah, 165. 



190 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Bowman, John, 17;:. 

Mrs., IT.".. 
Boyd, Abigail, 110. 

(Jeorge, 110. 

Joseph, 8. 

Thomas, 104. 
Boynton, Barzillai, 37. 

Hannah, 39. 

John, 5. 

William, .'57. 
Brace, Mary C, 186. 
Brackett, Elizabeth, 3, 91. 

George, 122. 

Joshua, 10. 

Martha, 125. 

Mary, 12:), 125. 

Thomas, 122, 123, 125. 
Bradbury, .lane, 130. 

Jacob, 132. 
Bradley, Benjamin, 114. 

John, 91. 

Jonathan, 40. 

Joseph, 101. 

Susanna, 91. 

William, 108. 
Bradstreet, Col., 85. 

Dudley, 149. 
Bragden, Arthur, 100. 

Miss, 100. 

Mrs., 100. 

William, 74. 
Bramhale, Martha, 50. 
Brassbridge, William, 10. 
Brawn, John, lt'4. 
Bray, John, 51. 

William, 71. 
Breck, Arnold, 83. 
Brewer, .Jacob, 0. 
Brewster, John, 174, 176. 

Mrs., 175. 

Samuel, 2, 105. 

Wi.l., 175. 
Brick. Miss, 56. 
Bridden, .lames, 22. 

Joseph, 21, 70. 
Bridge, Abigail. MS. 
Bridgman, (Jeorge M., 141. 
Brier, Abigail, 52, 54. 

Elisha, 174, I7t>. 

Mrs., 176. 
Brookings, Mrs., 175. 
Brooks, M ichael, 40. 
Broughton, Daniel, L65. 
Brown, Abigail, 110, 1C.4, 177, 181. 

Benjamin, 8, 120, L34. 

Charles, 128. 

Cotton S.. 166. 

Daniel, 136. 

David, 86, 71. 



Brown, Ebenezer, 86. 
Edmund M., 128. 
Edward, 80. 
Kliza, 105. 
Elizabeth, 0, 45, 87, 90, 128, 

104, 180. 
Enoch, 44, 87, 119. 
Enoch C, 128. 
Enoch W., 128. 
Ephraim, 171. 
Greenleaf C., 128. 
James, 49, 134. 
Joanna, 90. 
Jonathan, 90, 177. 
Joseph, 9, 89. 
.Joshua, 128. 
Josiah, 128, 105. 
Judith, 136. 
Lawrence, 119. 

Lebna, 40. 

Martha, 94. 

Mary, 114. 

Mary A., 128. 

Mehitable, 120. 

Mr., 39, 82, 149. 

Miss, 1:55. 

Nathan, 87, 128. 

Paul, 120. 

Rachel, 44. 

Robert, 41. 

Samuel, 177. 

Sarah, 43, 128, 130. 

Susan, 120. 

Thomas, 39. 
Browne, (Jeorge W., 141. 
Bryant, Mrs., 176. 

Robert, 174, 176. 
Bryer, see Brier. 
Buell, A. C, 94, 95, 96. 
But't'um, Caleb, 35. 

Elizabeth, 35. 

Hannah, 35. 

John, 35. 

Joshua, 36. 

Lydia, 36. 

Mary, 36. 

Mr., 174. 

Samuel, 36. 
Billiard, Augustin, 153, 174. 
Bunker, Iluldah, 171. 

James. 149. 

John, 14!t. 
Burbank, Hale, 131. 

Jonathan, 134. 

Mercy, 132. 
Burleigh, Eleanor, 3. 

Joseph, 17. 

Thomas, 114, 182. 
Burley, see Burleigh. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



197 



Burnham, Deborah, 183. 

Edward, 30. 

Moses, 182. 

Nathaniel, 160. 

Samuel W., 30, 72. 

Susanna, 160. 

Winthrop, 1. 
Burnum, see Burnham. 
Burroughs, George, 171. 
Buss, Joseph, 80. 

William, 80. 
Bussell, see Buzzell. 
Busson, Louis, 68, 75. 
Butler, Phebe, 114. 

Stephen, 86. 
Butterrield, Lieut., 147. 

Mrs., 147. 
Buzzell, Caleb, 91. 

David, 136. 

Deliverence, 45. 

Joseph, 135. 

Mehitable, 42. 

Samuel, 38, 87. 

Sarah, 37. 

Simmons, 41. 

William, 37, 42. 
Cain, Deborah, 94. 
Calef, Dorothy, 132. 

Hannah, 86. 

John, 87, 91. 

Joseph, 131, 134. 

Lois, 91. 

Mary, 131. 

Robert, 171. 
Calton, Abigail, 171. 
Calwell, see Caldwell. 
Caldwell, Hannah, 86. 

Samuel, 45. 
Cambel, see Campbell. 
Cambridge, William, 71. 
Campbell, Elizabeth, 133. 

Hannah, 168. 

Mary, 86, 167. 
Canney, Susanna, 35. 

Thomas, 31. 
Canvel, Louis, 68, 76. 
Carlton, Hannah, 129. 

Theodore, 6. 
Carpenter, John, 20. 

Philip, 149. 
Carr, Abiah, 41. 

Elizabeth, 90. 

John, 27, 73. 
Carter, Abigail, 169. 

Andrew, 3. 

Bagley, 171. 

Benjamin, 41, 44. 

Deborah, 62. 

Elizabeth, 62, 64, 159. 



Carter, Enoch, 136. 

Ephraim, 167. 

Eunice, 182. 

Frances, 47. 

Hannah, 62, 64, 159. 

Hepzibeth, 62. 

Jacob, 41. 

John, 38, 40, 47, 62, 64, 159, 
170. 

Judith, 44. 

Mary, 2, 47, 62. 

Michael, 111, 159. 

Nathan F., 190. 

Nathaniel, 159. 

Orlando, 42. 

Richard, 62. 

Robert, 28, 73. 

Samuel, 159. 

Sarah, 62. 

Seth K., 48. 

Thomas, 40, 159. 
Cass, Moses, 88. 

Philip, 177. 
Castle, John, 19, 72. 
Cate, Bridget, 53. 

Elizabeth, 51, 52, 53, 56. 

Edward, 53, 174, 176. 

Henry T., 71. 

James, 53. 

John, 55, 174. 

Margaret, 53. 

Mrs., 176. 
Cater,. John, 54. 

Richard, 50, 52, 53, 54, 99. 
Chadbourne, Sarah, 181. 
Chalice, see Challis. 
Challis, Christopher, 131. 

Elizabeth, 132. 

Ezekiel, 132. 

Judith, 87, 168. 

Mary, 44. 

William, 43. 
Chamberlain, George W.. 96. 
Chandler, Caroline, 95. 

Elizabeth, 8. 

Lydia, 88. 
Chapman, John, 4. 

Levi, 17, 

Sarah, 184. 
Chase, Amos, 129. 

Andrew, 17. 

Charles, 131. 

Dorothy, 170. 

Dudley L., 17. 

Ebenezer, 134. 

Eliphelet, 183. 

Eliza, 165. 

Elizabeth, 17, 126. 

Enoch, 43. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Chase, Green, 134. 

Hannah, 88. 

John, 8, 186. 

Jonathan, 30, 72, 178. 

Josiah, 1 16. 

Mary, 17. 

Mrs., 133. 

Nancy, IT, L68. 

Prudence, 4.!. 

Rebecca, 114. 

Samuel, 46. 

Sarah, 90. 

William, 88. 
Chatbonrne, Chadbourne. 
Chesley, Charles P., 48. 

James, 145, 150. 

Philip, 150. 

Samuel, 150. 

Sarah, 145. 

Thomas, 84. 
Chick, Lucy, 5. 
Ohilde, Henry, 81. 
Choate, Abigail, 38. 

Benjamin, 41, 130. 

Jonathan, 40. 

Ruhamah, 43. 
Chub, Pasco, 85. 
Church, John, 83. 

Joseph, 80. 
Cilley, Anna, 180. 

David, 182. 

Dorcas, 42. 

Elizabeth, 183. 

Samuel, 40. 

Sarah, 184. 

William, 87. 
Clarge, James, 26, 72. 
Clark, Abigail, 18, 135. 

Andrew, 155. 

Ann, 50, 186. 

Anna, 87. 

Anne, 56. 

Ann F., 126, 163. 

Benjamin, 18, 37. 

Daniel, 18, 91. 

David, 1GG. 

Deborah, 166. 

Eleanor, 18, 166. 

Elizabeth, 18, 39, 50, 56. 

George K , 48. 

Greenleaf, 135. 

Hannah, 90. 

John, 37, 104, 114, 174, 176. 

Jonathan, 186. 

Joseph, 21, 7:>, 100. 

Josiah, 65. 

Levi, 18. 

Mary, 50, 56, 155, 100, 178. 

Mehitable, 18. 



Clark, Mercy, 18. 

Moses, 18, 120. 

Mrs., 175, 170. 

Nicholas, 166. 

Samuel, 18, 106. 

Sarah, 128. 

Satchwell, 1. 

Ward, 37, 39. 

William, 155. 
Clarke, see Clarke. 
Clatterday, Ann, 41, 44. 
Clay, Samuel, 30, 75. 
Clements, Abigail, 140. 

Joanna, 101. 

Job, 101. 

Joseph, 2:5, 71. 
Clifford, Abigail, 38, 181. 

David, 42, 132. 

Dudley, 182, 184. 

Elizabeth, 87, 130. 

Isaac, ',jS, 41. 

Israel, 4".. 

John, 37, 132. 

Jonathan, 45, 66. 

Joshua, 38. 

Joseph, 38, 40. 

Margaret, 87. 

Mary, 40, 114, 132. 

Richard, 129. 

Sarah, 41, 130. 

William, 42, 132. 

Zachariah, 89. 
Clough, Abigail, 37. 

Aimer, 182. 

Anne, 42. 

Benjamin, 42, 86. 130. 

Brackett, 183. 

Cornelius, 37. 

Dorothy, 131. 

Eleanor, 43. 

Elisha, 40. 

Elizabeth, 87, 171. 

Hannah, 90. 

Jabez, 44. 

John, 89, 90. 

Judith, 45. 

Martha, 182. 

Mr., 37. 

Obadiah, 43. 

Reuben, 41. 

Ruth, 44. 

Samuel, 91. 

Sarah, 88, 89. 

Tabitha, 87. 
Clouston, Thomas, 07, 71. 
Coats, Hannah, 129. 
Cobbet, Mrs., 50. 
Cochran, Robert, 65, 71. 
Coffin, Benjamin, 101. 



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199 



Coffin, Enoch, 181. 
James, 101. 
Lydia, 45. 
Nathan, 8. 
Nathaniel, 101. 
Stephen, 101. 
Cogswell, Mr., 142. 
Colbath, Alice, 10. 
Dependence, 8. 
Elizabeth, 155. 
George, 155. 
George E., 106. 
Hunking, 8. 
James, 158. 
Layton, 4, 158. 
Lemuel, 155. 
Lois, 9. 
Marana, 9. 
Mary, 63, 156. 
Temperance, 10. 
Colby, Abraham, 40. 
Daniel, 130. 
David, 89. 
Hannah, 89. 
Jemima, 88. 
Joseph, 91. 
Lydia, 87. 
Mary, 91. 
Simeon, 171. 
Zaccheus, 130. 
Colcord, Dorothy, 135. 
Ebenezer, 44. 
Elizabeth, 90, 169. 
Elizabeth A., 169. 
John, 133. 
Lydia, 43. 
Mrs., 79. 
Samuel, 39, 42. 
Cole, John, 35. 
Mrs., 83. 
Thomas, 83. 
Coleman, Abigail, 160. 
Alice, 9. 

Ann, 59, 60, 64, 110, 155, 157. 
Anna, 108, 112. 
Eliezer, 59, 60, 64, 108, 110, 

112, 155, 157. 
Elizabeth, 7. 
James, 62. 
John, 110. 
Joseph, 108. 
Lydia, 10, 157. 
Mary, 60, 160. 
Mrs., 62, 
Phebe, 40. 

Phineas, 59, 158, 160. 
Rosimund, 1, 8, 112. 
Sarah, 2, 155. 
Collins, Dodge, 23, 73. 



Collins, Elizabeth, 167. 
John, 87, 90. 
Laban, 136. 
Martha, 77. 
Mrs., 98. 
Samuel, 136. 
Collwell, see Caldwell. 
Conner, James, 40. 
Cook, Lydia, 114. 
Coolbroth, see Colbath. 
Cooper, William, 44. 
Corban, Elizabeth, 42. 
Corser, see Courser. 
Corzenac, Francois, 68, 75. 
Cotton, Abigail, 7, 52, 54. 
Benjamin, 56, 174, 176. 
Elizabeth, 54. 
John, 54, 174, 175. 
Joseph, 29, 54, 73. 
Mary, 54. 
Mr.,' 55. 
Mrs., 175, 176. 
Sarah, 54, 56. 
Thomas, 54. 

William, 54, 55, 174, 175. 
Courser, Thomas, 131. 
Courtie, Lois, 54. 
Craford, Robert, 88. 
Cram, Ann, 186. 
Anna, 93. 
Charity, 186. 
Ebenezer, 179. 
Elizabeth, 144. 
John G., 93, 144, 186. 
Jonathan, 93, 177. 
Joseph, 135. 
Mary, 144. 
Mr., 144. 
Sarah, 129, 178. 
Susanna, 167. 
Crane, Florence A., 47, 94, 144. 
Crayton, Hannah, 170. 
Creighton, James B., 114, 117, 
119. 
Martha A., 117. 
Sarah, 117. 
Zebulon D., 117. 
Crichet, see Critchet. 
Critchet, Mary, 113. 

Thomas, 40. 
Crocker, John, 3. 
Crocket, Anna, 180. 
Deborah, 57. 
Charlotte, 178. 
John, 94, 183. 
Mary, 181. 
Sarah, 108. 
Crosby, Wid., 40. 
Crowne, Henry, 174. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Crowne, Mrs., 170. 
Crucy, William. 85. 
Cruinel, Jacob, 4. 
Crump, George, 72. 
Crumwell, Philip, 151. 
Cummings, J., 165. 
Currier, Aaron, 132. 

Anna, 135. 

David, 168. 

Elizabeth, 42, 171. 

Ephraim, 136. 

Esther, 138. 

Ezra, 170. 

Hannah, 136. 

Jeremiah, 38. 

Mehitable, 169. 

Ruth, 171. 
Curtis, Dodavah, 104. 

Robert, 71. 
Cutt, see Cutts. 
Cutts, Elizabeth, 58. 

John, 49, 50, 51, 172, 178. 

Mary, 51, 52, 56. 

Mrs., 175. 

Richard, 49, 51. 

Samuel, 85. 

Sarah, 50, 51, 52, 56. 

Ursula, 81. 
Dahnor, Josiah, 22. 
Dalling, John, 69, 76. 
Dam, see Dame. 

Dame, Abigail, 4, 57, 58, 59,60,61, 
62, 105, 106, 109, 110, 138, 
139. 

Abner, 61. 

Henjamin, 28, 71, 110, 158. 

Bethiah, 9. 

Dea., 80, 109, 112. 

Easter, 2, 10. 

Elizabeth, 9, 47, 59, 62, 63, 64, 
101, 107, 108, 110, 111, 155, 
156, 158. 

Eliphelet, 59. 

Elnathan, 64. 

George, 105. 

.Jabez, 110, 111. 

Jane, 58, 106. 

John, 6, 57, 58, 59, 62, 64, 107, 
111, 145, 156, 158, 160. 

Jonathan, 63. 

Joseph, 59. 

Joshua, 160. 

Keturah, 61. 

Martha, 108. 

Mary. 62, 112. 156. 

Moses, 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, 105, 
110, 138. 

Olive, 3, 156. 

Pomfret, 47. 



Dame, Richard, 62, 63, 108, 110, 
111, 155. 

Samuel, 146, 165. 

Sarah, 58, 114, 160. 

Solomon, 60. 

Theodore, 111. 

Theophilus, 62. 

Timothy, 5. 

William, 109, 

Zebulon, 58, 61, 154. 
Daniel, Benjamin, 150. 

John, 149. 
Danielson, Hannah, 92. 

Levi, 92. 
Darling, Henjamin, 90. 

John, 90. 

Onesiphorus, 44. 

Sarah, 15. 
Davidson, David, 25, 72. 
Davis, Amos, 45. 

David, 83. 

Dean M., 82. 

Enoch, 21. 

Hannah, 45, 168. 

Isaac, 91, 180. 

Jacob, 88. 

John, 2, 26, 43, 48, 74, 102, 
159. 

Lois, 167. 

Lydia, 185. 

Lydia P., 180. 

Malachi, 87, 1:15. 

Mary, 17, 159, 168, 169. 

Mercy, 180, 

Mrs., 175. 

Nathaniel, 168. 

Orpah, 89. 

Philip, 44. 

Ruth, 87. 

Ruth E., 119. 

Samuel, 17, 42. 

Susan, 113. 

Susanna, 44. 

William, 45, 173, 175. 
Dearborn, Anna, 41. 

Henjamin, 127. 

Josiah, 167. 

Mary, 120. 

Nathaniel, 134. 

Sarah, 120. 

Tabitha, 41. 

Thomas, 41, 
Decker, Abigail, 60. 

David, 59. 

Elizabeth, 57. 

Hannah, 57. 

John, 57, 59, 60, 108. 

Joseph, 57. 

Mary, 57. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



201 



Decker, Sarah, 57, 59, 60, 108. 
Deering, Henry, 51. 
DeJean, Andrew, 67, 75. 
Delany, Cornelius, 09, 76. 
DeLorme, Augustin, 67, 76. 
Demeritt, Samuel, 30, 73. 
Dennett, Alexander, 50, 173. 

Amy, 50, 56. 

Charles, 1. 

Elizabeth, 32. 

Ephraim, 55. 

Grace, 50, 52. 

Hannah, 5, 8. 

John, 50, 55, 173. 

Joseph, 55. 

Mark, 5. 

Mary, 5, 6, 8. 

Moses, 55. 

Mr., 51. 

Mrs., 50, 51, 174. 

William, 5. 
Dent, Hannah, 43. 

John, 41. 

Mary, 89. 

Thomas, 39. 
Depouzole, Joseph M., 67. 
Derborn, see Dearborn. 
Derby, Mary, 88. 
Deverson, Mrs., 175. 

Thomas, 174, 175. 
D'Flau, Pierre, 68, 72. 
Dickson, see Dixon. 
Dill, Peter, 82. 
Diman, Ezekiel, 43. 

Israel, 88. 
Dimmock, Capt., 85. 
Dindel, John, 88. 
Dittey, Sarah, 158. 
Dixon, Lucy, 6. 

Thomas, 6. 
Dockham, .John, 174, 176. 

Mrs., 176. 
Dodge, Nathaniel H., 127. 
Doe, Nicholas, 181. 

Samuel, 4, 185. 
Doey, Augustus M., 115. 
Dole, Doct., 149. 
Dolhough, Christien, 151. 
Dollar, Clement, 129. 

John, 150. 

Sarah, 86. 
Doloft", Elsie, 181. 
Dolton, Mary, 180. 
Donald, Thomas, 8. 
Donnell, Lucy, 90. 
Dore, Elizabeth, 106, 107. 

Frances, 106. 

Henry, 106. 

John, 110. 



Dore, Mrs., 175. 

Philip, 106, 107, 110. 

Richard, 174. 

Sarah, 106, 110. 
Douglas, Cornelius, 35. 

Joseph, 80. 
Dow, Abigail, 43, 177. 

Anne, 32. 

Delia, 179. 

Henry, 149. 

John, 155, 150. 

Lydia, 40. 

Mary, 183. 

Mary C, 114. 

Miriam, 116. 

Moses, 120. 

Sampson, 153. 

Samuel, 178, 

Sarah, 156, 167, 178. 
Dowlen, William, 87. 
Downing, Alice, 5, 60, 63. 

Benjamin, 63, 105, 107. 

Deborah, 110. 

Dennis, 84. 

Dorothy, 109. 

Eliza, 62. 

Elizabeth, 6, 9, 58, 59, 60, 63, 
105, 107, 109, 157, 159, 160. 

Hannah, 59. 

Iset, 157. 

John, 4, 57, 58, 60, 61, 155, 159, 
160, 174, 176. 

Jonathan, 8, 58, 59, 62, 105, 

109, 155, 157, 100. 
Joshua, 9, 60, 63, 107, 108, 109, 

110, 154, 157, 159. 
Joseph, 60. 
Josiah, 63. 

Lois, 2. 

Mary, 4, 58, 131. 

Mrs., 155, 176. 

Nelson, 62. 

Patience, 160. 

Richard, 57, 58. 

Samuel, 105, 160. 

Sarah, 25, 43, 60. 

Susanna, 4, 63, 64, 105, 107, 
109, 110, 154, 157, 150. 
Downs, Elizabeth, 47. 

Mary, 83. 

Mrs., 99. 

Thomas, 81, 85. 
Dowsitt, Charles, 66, 73. 
Drake, Judea, 180. 

Sarah, 180, 181, 

Simon, 180. 
Draper, Mrs. Amos (>., 139. 
Drew, Abigail, 138. 

Horatio, 46. 



202 



INDFX OF NAMES. 



Drew, .lames, 174. 

John, 146. 

Love, 33. 

Lucinda J., 46, 95. 

Samuel ('.. 182. 

Thomas. 149. 
Duchesne, Mai burin, us, 7;,. 
Dudley, Abigail, 39. 

Anna ('., 170. 

Deborah <;., L69. 

Eleanor, 42. 

Francis, IS.".. 

Hannah. 129. 

John, is:,. 

Josiah, 136. 

Judith, ISO. 

I.\ ilia, lsr>. 

Ma rv, 1 15. 

Myron S., 48, 185, ISO. 

Peter, is:.. 

Samuel, 40, 113. 

Samuel P., 42. 

Stephen, 185. 
I >u^, see I touglas. 
Dummer, Kev. Mr., 81. 
Duncan, < teorge, ST. 

.lames. 13, 1-4'-'. 

Joseph, so. 
Durant, Rebecca, 170. 
Durburn, see Dearborn. 
Durgan, see Durgin. 
Durgin, Daniel, 25, 71. 

Ebenezer, 184. 

Elizabeth, 2. 

Mary, L84. 

Nathaniel, 183. 

Trueworthy, I lit. 
Dustan, sec Dustin. 
Dustin, Mrs., S4. 
Dutch, Jeremiah, 27, 70. 

Mr, 132. 

Samuel, 11:;, 181. 
Duty, Nathaniel I'., II:;. 
Duval, Francois, 07. 7.">. 
Dwyer, .James. 5. 
Dyer, Henry, 1 •">:'.. 
D'Zage, Pierre, 68, 75. 
Fairs, see Ayers. 
Easeman, sec Eastman. 
Eason, Capt., 100. 
Eastman, Ebenezer, 91, 134. 

Edward, 89, 90. 

Elizabeth, 100. 

Ezekiel, 38. 

Hannah, 169. 

Jacob, L68. 

Joseph, 86, 89. 

Lydia, 182. 

Margaret, 129. 



Fast man. Mary. 87, 89, 133. 

Nathaniel, 89. 

Rhoda, L69. 

Samuel, 38,43, 87. 

Susanna. 89. 

Thomas, 39. 

Timothy, 42, 171. 

William. 01. _ 
Eaton, Benoni, 87. 

Hannah. 130. 

Ezekiel, 86. 

Mary. 42. 

1 'alienee, 4."). 
Edgerly, Clarissa, 178. 

.lames, 7. 

James A., 188. 

Mary, 4:1. 

Oren, 114. 

Samuel, :'.. 

Sarah, 110, 181. 
Edggeremmet, Sagamore, 83. 
Edmans, see Edmunds. 
Edmonds, see Edmunds. 
Edmunds, Esther, .">4. 

Hannah, 54. 

John, 54. 

Martha, 54. 

Mary, 51, 52, 54. 

Mehitable, 80. 

Mrs., 170. 

Thomas, 54, 174, 170. 
Edney, Peter, 28, 74. 
Edwards, Ruth, ll. 
Egerly, see Edgerly. 
Flats.'. n, Elizabeth, in::. 

Flint, see Elliott. 
Elkins, Abigail, 120. 
Henry, 150. 

Joseph, '■'>!. 
Mary, 120. 
Sarah, 01, 108. 
Wid., 175. 
Ellins, Anthony, 51. 

Elliot, see Elliott. 
Elliott, Davi.l, 129. 

Dorothy, S9. 

Jacob, 108. 

John, 5 1. 

Mary, 01. 
Mr.. 53. 

Mrs.. 5(1. 

Richard, 50, 52, 54, •">:.. 171. 
Ellis, Robert, 72. 
Ellsworth, Eunice, 46. 
Emerson, Joseph, '•»(). 
Emmons. Anna, 88. 

Maria, SO. 

Martha, 120. 

Mr.. 132. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



203 



Emons, see Emmons. 
Endicott, Samuel, 115. 
Endle, Mrs., 56. 

Wilmot, 50. 
English, Joseph, 147. 
Estes, Caleh, 36. 

Elijah, 36. 

Elizabeth, 35, 36. 

Hannah, 36. 

Henry, 36. 

Israel, 36. 

John, 31. 

Joseph, 36. 

Mary, 36. 

Olive, 164. 

Richard, 36. 

Robert, 36. 

Samuel, 36. 

Susanna, 35, 36. 
Etheredge, Nathaniel, 89. 
Evans, Mr., 80. 

Robert, 84. 

Solomon, 31. 

Wiggin, 29, 75,' 
Evens, see Evans. 
Everett, Michael, 72. 
Eyers, Samuel, 151. 
Eyquem, Pierre, 68, 75. 
P^abian, see Fabyan. 
Eabyan, Abigail, 8. 

John, 50, 52, 53, 55, 57, 61, 154, 
157, 173, ITS. 

Joseph, 53. 

Mary, 4, 57, 158. 

Mehitable, 57. 

Mrs., 175. 

Rosamond, 7, 157, 158, 160. 

Samuel, 9, 53, 154, 157, 158, 
160. 

Sarah, 53. 

Wid., 175. 
Fady, Jean, 69, 76. 
Falls, Anna, 168. 
Farnham, Samuel, 19, 69, 70. 
Farnsey, Sarah, 176. 
Farrar, Martha J., 47. 
Favour, Anna, 89. 

Timothy, 86. 
Fay, Sidney B., 96, 141. 
Featherhorn-hough, Wharton, 104. 
Feaver, Jonathan, 131. 

Samuel, 131. 
Fellows, Eleanor, 133. 

Elizabeth, 171. 

Esther, 167. 

John, 42, 132, 169. 

Joseph, 40, 87, 89, 133. 

Simon, 168. 

William, 55. 



Ferguson, James, 150. 
Fernald, Capt., 146. 

Henry W., 41. 

James, 55. 

Joshua, 24, 72. 

Mary, 7. 

Mr., 50. 

Simeon, 71. 

Temperance, 56. 

Theodore, 74. 

Tomp, 50. 
Field, Abigail, 8. 

Zechariah, 149. 
Filield, Alice, 44. 

Amos, 136. 

Benjamin, 147. 

Dorothy, 129. 

Edward, 38. 

Elizabeth, 91. 

Hannah, 136. 

John, 38, 40, 89. 

Joseph, 91. 

Lydia, 167. 

Martha, 40, 129. 

Mary, 87. 

Mehitable, 91. 

Nancy, 162. 

Ruhamah, 168. 

Samuel, 39, 89, 91, L34. 

Sanborn, 109. 

Sarah, 39, 91. 

Sherburne, 132, 

Shuah, 40, 44. 

William, 88. 
Filbrick, see Philbrick. 
Filbrook, see Philbrick. 
Fitts, Joseph, 130. 

Sarah, 44, 
Flanders, Christopher, 171. 

David, 90. 

Elizabeth, 135, 136. 

Ephraim, 133. 

Ezekiel, 44, 129. 

Jacob, 37, 167. 

James, 134. 

Mary, 86, 91. 

Miriam, 44. 

Sarah, 86. 
Fletcher, Daniel, 88. 

Dr., 82. 

John, 49, 50, 51, 173. 

Joyce, 50. 

Mr., 98. 

Mrs., 98, 175. 

Pembleton, 84, 100. 
Flood, Sarah, 170. 
Floyd, Capt., 80. 
Fogg, Abiel, 127. 

Dudley, 183. 



204 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Fogg, Enoch, 7. 

Eunice, •">. 

Mary, L19. 
Foggitt, Thomas, 19, 72. 
Follett, Elizabeth, 54. 

Hannah, 50, 56. 

Mrs., 170. 

Nicholas, 101, 17:;. 

Susanna, 111, L56. 

Thomas, 111. 

William, 72. 
Follingsby, Keturah, 91. 
Folsom, Anna, L25. 

David. 124. 

Elizabeth, 125. 

Ephraim, 127. 153. 

Hannah, 124. 

Jeremiah, ST. 

John, 41, 124, 12."). 

Jonathan, 180. 

Josiah, ss, 127. 

Judith, 179. 

Martha, 124, 125. 

Mary, lis, 124, 177. 

Mead, 17'.'. 

Samuel, 124. 

Sarah, 44, 124, 125. 

Susanna, 40. 

Thomas, 116. 
Foot, Capt., 80. 
Foss, Charlotte. 192. 

Charlotte 1)., 192. 

Daniel M., 192. 

Eliza, 192. 

Elizabeth, hi. 

Fliza E., 192. 

Harderson, 102. 

Henry I)., 192. 

Isaac, 16. 

Jacob D.. 93. 

.John, 17, 93, 07, 174, 176. 

John II.. 192. 

John <)., 192. 

Lydia, it:!. 

Margaret, 192. 

Mehitable J., 192. 

Mrs., 56, '.»:;, L76. 

Richard, 192. 

Roberts., L92. 

Robinson, 102. 

Robinson T., 192. 

Samuel, 55. 

Walter, Ui7. 
Foster, Charles <;., 48. 

Eliza .1., 101. 

Herbert D., 111. 
Foulsdam, see Folsom. 

FOUlsham, see Folsom. 

Fow hi-. Hannah, 80. 



Fowler, Josiah, 42. 

Miriam, 4:1. 
Fox, Edward, 176. 

Mrs. 176. 

Sarah, 2, 87. 
Fozhall, Nathaniel, 100. 
Foye, Stephen, 143. 
Francies, Nancy, 171. 
Francois, .lean, 68, 76. 
Freese, Jacob, 181. 
French, Abram, 127. 

Andrew, 1G. 

Benjamin, 41, 133. 

Daniel, It;. 

David, 16, 4.;. 

Dolly M., 11."). 

Dorothy, 118. 

Fbenezer, lS.'J. 

Flislia, Hi. 

Elizabeth, 16, 45, 129, 132. 
Elizabeth E., 11:;. 
Elizabeth <;., lis. 
Ezra, 178. 
Hannah. 41, 171. 
Henry, 132. 
Jacob, 44. 
James, 118. 
Jane, 133. 
Jean, 44. 
Joanna, 171. 
John, 170. 
Jonathan, 132. 
Joseph, it;. 
Josiah, 170. 
Lois, 1:'-"'. 
Lucy, 118. 
Lydia, 10. 
Margaret, 183, 
Martha, 10. 

Mary, 10, 41, 118, 120, 181. 
Mary F., 1G. 
Meh'itable, 18, lis. 
Moses, 118. 
Nancy, 12G. 
Nathaniel, 90. 
Noah, 1G. 
Obadiah, 39. 
Rhoda, 170. 
Samuel, 182. 
Sarah, 1G, 40, 118, Kill. 
Susan, 1G. 
Thomas, 18. 
William, Hi. 
Frost, Charles, 84, 
Elizabeth, 177. 
John, 71. 
Mr., 50. 
Mrs., 56. 
Stephen, 2G, 7:;. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



205 



Frye, Catherine, 5. 
Fryer, Mrs., 56. 

Nathaniel, 104. 
Fullsom, see Foloni. 
Furbur, Abigail, 155, 157, 159. 

Bethiah, 58. 

Deborah, 4. 

Edwin R., 165. 

Elizabeth, 1, 6, 145, 155. 

Frances, 61. 

Hannah, 112, 155, 158, 160. 

Jerusha, 3, 59, 157. 

Jethro, 112, 155, 157, 159. 

Joshua, 112. 

Katharine, 155. 

Kingman, 47. 

Leah, 159. 

Levi, 7. 

Mary, 63. 

Moses, 6. Ill, 112, 155, 158, 
160. 

Nehemiah, 10, 155, 157, 159. 

Phebe, 112, 155, 157, 159. 

Richard, 9, 61, 63. 

Sarah, 2, 3, 58, 59, 111, 158. 

William, 58, 59, 111, 145, 150, 
160. 

William A., 47. 

William K., 46. 
Furbur, see Furber. 
Furlong, James, 24, 71. 
Furnace, see Furness. 
Furness, Robert, 23, 73. 
Gains, George, 10, 126. 
Gale, Amos, 130, 169. 

Hannah, 169. 

Jacob, 90. 

Mary, 129. 

Stephen, 170. 

Wid., 129. 
Galteau, Peter, 27, 72. 
Gamblin, Benjamin, 55. 
Gammon, John, 29, 73, 182. 
Gardner, Andrew, 103. 
Garland, Benjamin, 44. 

Dodavah, 47. 

Jabez, 99. 

Mahala, 48. 

Samuel, 178. 
Gash, Sarah E., 47. 
Gautier, Mathurin, 68, 76. 
Geffrey, see Jaffrey. 
Geer, Walter, 47. 
George, Gideon, 131. 

Hannah, 170. 

Joshua, 169. 

Lydia, 90. 

Sarah, 86, 167. 

Stephen, 168. 



George, Timothy, 89. 

William, 133, 134. 
Gerrish, Abigail, 8. 

Anna, 137. 

Capt., 81, 83, 150. 

Elizabeth, 137. 

Jane, 175. 

John, 137. 

Joseph, 20, 72, 137. 

Miss, 170. 

Richard, 173. 

Sarah, 80, 84. 
Gibson, Edah, 184. 

Ezra, 115. 

George, 114. 

Richard, 49. 

William, 133. 
Giles, John, 102. 

Joseph, 41. 

Mark, 102. 

Mary, 41. 

Sarah, 120. 
Gilman, Abigail, 40. 

Comfort, 181. 

Daniel, 43. 

Deborah, 170. 

Deborah H., 113. 

Dorothy, 130. 

Elizabeth, 44, 116, 130. 

Hannah, 120, 130. 

Henry, 183. 

Jacob, 41. 

Josiah, 12. 

Mary, 86, 87. 

Mr., 149, 153. 

Nathaniel, 129. 

Robert, 168. 

Samuel, 135. 

Stephen, 41. 

William, 41. 
Gilmore, Margaret, 44. 
Gincks, see Jenks. 
Gleeson, Timothy, 28, 73. 
Glidden, Abigail, 44. 

Hannah, 132. 

Margaret, 184. 

Mary, 86, 89. 

Mehitable, 129. 

Nancy, 183. 
Gloyd, James, 41. 
Godfrey, Isaac, 39. 
(Joe, Abigail, 42. 
Gold, William, 132. 
Gooden, see Goodwin. 
Goodwin, James, 84. 

Timothy, 129. 

William, 84. 
Goold, see Gould. 
Gootam, Edward, 9. 



20G 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



(Jordan, see Gordon. 
Gordon, Abiel, 89. 

Abigail, 42, 1:55. 

Abraham, 133. 

A lexander, 8G. 

Benjamin, 41. 

Daniel, ISO. 

Dudley, 1:34. 

Elizabeth, 41, 86. 

Hannah, 110. 
Itbiel, mi. 
James, 44. 
John, 135. 
Mary, 111), 134, 108. 
.Nathaniel, 80. 
Sarah, 88. 
Thomas, 4:'., 88. 
William, 133. 
Gorurden, Mr., 109. 

< rOSS, .lean, 4:!. 

John, 17. 

Maria, 4:'.. 

Mrs., 17-"). 

Robert, 174. 

Sarah, 1. 
Gould, Alexander, 28, 74. 

Daniel, L68. 

Emma, 9:5, 142. 

John, 129. 

Nathan, 89. 
Gove, Dorothy, 177. 

Hannah, 134. 

Jonathan, 182. 

Mary, 183. 

Nancy, 183. 

Ruth, 134. 

< lowen, Mercy, 8. 
Grafford, Bridget, 98. 
Grage, William, 131. 

< i randy, Daniel, 7:i. 
Grant, John, 7.:, 90. 

Nelson, "JO. 
< : raves, Israel, 129. 
Jacob, 1:50. 
Mary, S!>. 
Mr., 102. 
Mrs., 56. 

< !ray, George, 58. 

.lames. 68, 01. 
Miss, 58. 
Simeon, •J."), 74. 
Tamson, 58, 61. 

I ileeley, Andrew . 135. 

A ana, 132. 
Elizabeth, 40. 

Jonathan, 131. 
Martha, 134. 
Noah, 131. 
Reuben, 132. 



Creeley, Samuel, 131. 

( irele, see ( ; reeley. 
Creeu, Anna, 88. 

Bethiah, :>. 

Charles, 192. 

Charles A., 192. 
Cyrus F., 192. 
Cyrus YY., 192. 
II. 15., 40. 
John M., 40. 
Jonathan, 100. 
Martha <>., 192. 
Mary, 192. 
Mary .1.. 192. 
Miriam, 120. 
Nancy, 181. 
Nathan, 171. 
Oren S., 192. 
Samuel A., 96, 137, 139. 
Sarah, 89. 
Timothy, 40. 
Vercilda M., 192. 
Greenleaf, Capt., 82. 

Harrietts, 179. 
Ruth P., 178. 

< rreenough, Samuel, 4. 

I'elatiah, 0. 
Griffin, Ebenezer, 108. 

Elizabeth, 132. 

Hannah, 89. 

Isaac, 80, 87. 

Mary, 133. 
Griffin"-, sec < ; lilHn. 
Grignard, John, 67. 

< iiove, John, 157, 158. 

Mary, 2. 

Nathaniel, 157. 

Samuel, 157. 

Sarah, 157, 158. 
Guilloret, Julien, 07, 75. 
( ruletia, Jacob, I4f>. 
Gullison, Elihu, 150. 

Joseph, 150. 
Gunnison, John, 25, 7:;. 
Guppy, Ann, 138. 

James, 138. 
Gurdy, Meshech, 45. 

< rUyllot, Louis, 69, 75. 

( ruyomart, Bastien, 69, TO. 

I . J les, see ( iiles. 
Hadley, Dorothy, 42. 

Mehitable, 90. . 
Haggit, Joseph, 40. 
Haines, Jane, IT"). 

John, 12T. 

John 8., 120. 

Jonathan, 83, 85. 

Joshua. 55. 
Mary, 87, 175. 



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Haines, Samuel, 49, 50, 51. 
Hale, Jane, 186. 

Joseph, 86. 

Martha M., 186. 

Mordecai, 186. 
Haley, James, 65. 

Thomas, 82. 
Hall, Daniel, 96. 

Dorothy, 95. 

Edward, 147, 149. 

Elijah, 94, 95, 96. 

George W., 165. 

John, 84. 

Joseph, 51, 79, 147. 

Jedediah, 33. 

Mary A., 95. 

Mrs. A. C, 92. 

Mehitable, 112. 

Ralph, 148. 
Ham, Benjamin, 108. 

John, 108, 

Joseph, 183, 

Judah, 107, 108, 158. 

Mary, 148. 

Mrs., 56, 175. 

Nathaniel, 108. 

Reuben, 108. 

S., 50. 

Samuel, 2, 108. 

Sarah, 56. 

Tobias, 108. 

William, 9. 
Hamilton, David, 81. 

Joseph, 69, 76. 
Hammond, Capt., 82. 

Edward, 82. 

Mrs., 82. 

Otis G., 82. 
Hammons, see Hammond. 
Hamnon, Elisha, 9. 
Hand, see Hanson. 
Handley, Experience, 90. 
Hanson, Ahijah, 34. 

Anna, 34. 

Catherine, 31. 

George, 33. 

Isaac, 35, 148. 

Jacob, 34. 

John, 31. 

Judith, 34. 

Martha, 34. 

Mary, 34. 

Mrs., 80. 

Otis, 34. 

Patience, 31. 

Phebe, 31. 

Sarah, 31, 34. 

Solomon, 34. 

Thomas, 148. 



Hanson, Tobias, 80, 81, 83. 

Wid., 80. 

Zaccheus, 34, 35. 
Hanwell, Richard, 100. 
Hardaway, Susanna, 88. 
Hardon, Henry W., 96. 
Hardy, Judith, 163. 
Harmon, John, 75. 
Harriman, Abigail, 43. 

Elizabeth, 41. 

Joseph, 43. 

Mary, 86. 

Naomi, 43. 

Samuel, 86. 
Harris, Sarah, 107. 
Harrison, Nicholas, 151. 

William, 30, 73. 
Hart, Henry, 5. 

Mary, 10. 

Samuel, 55. 

William, 74, 164. 
Hartshorn, John, 151. 

Mrs., 151. 
Harvey, Elizabeth, 50, 52, 53, 56. 

James P., 113. 

Jane, 186. 

Joseph, 90. 

Samuel, 181. 

Sarah, 44. 

Thomas, 50, 51. 
Hatch, John, 173. 

Mrs., 175. 
Hawkins, Sagamore, 79. 
Hayes, John, 152. 

William, 180. 
Hayley, see Haley. 
Hazelton, Peter, 42. 
Hazen, Moses, 142. 
Healey, Mary, 40. 

Samuel, 42. 
Heard, see Hurd. 
Hearl, Mrs., 51. 
Heath, Bartholomew, 102. 

Moses, 86. 

Nehemiah, 42. 

Rhoda, 136. 
Heines, Sarah, 38. 
Hengd, Sagamore, 83. 
Henshaw, John, 66, 73. 
Hermon, Thomas, 98. 
Herriman, see Harriman. 
Heslop, Robert, 22, 72. 
Hewes, Solomon, 55. 
Hewland, John, 104. 
Hicks, Michael, 174, 176. 

Mrs., 176. 
Hill, Capt., 52. 

Chase C, 120. 

Elizabeth, 60. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Bill, George, 179. 
Buldah, 36. 
John, 5, 29, 51, 65, 74, 116, 

171. 17.-». 
Jonathan, 2. 

Joseph, 36, 51, 52, 55, L78. 
Josiah, 114, 181. 

Mary. 60. 

M iriam, -'Hi. 

Mrs., 175. 

Samuel, 60, 17!t. 

Valentine, L51. 
Billiard, Anna, 127. 

Benjamin, 91. 

Elizaheth, 108. 
Hilton, Anna, 109. 

Col., 148, 158, 

Joshua, 140, 150. 

Marcia F., 139. 

Mary, lis. 
Hinkley, William, 100. 
Binkson, Mrs., 170. 

Robert, 174, 176. 
Boag, Benjamin, 88. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

Knos, 12, 126. 

Esther, 12. 

John, 120. 

Levi, 12. 

L..is, 12. 

M iriam, 12. 

Nathan, 12. 

Sarah, 12. 

Susanna, 12. 
Ilobhs, Lydia, 42. 

Mary, SO. 

Miriam, 134. 

Noah, 00. 
Boddy, Elizaheth, 175. 

John, 50, 51. 

Mary, 50, 175. 
Bodge, Sirs., 50. 

Samuel, 20. 
Bodgdon, Aaron, 8. 

Abigail, 6, 33, 112, 157. 

Alexander, 58, 61, 110, 112, 
155, 150. 

Ann, 100, 110. 

Benjamin, 7, 8. 

Charles, 5, 100. 

Edmund, 33. 

Eliazer, 110. 

Elizabeth, 1, 2, 58, 105. 

George 1')., 1 10, 

Israel, '■'>'■'>. 

Jaiie. 58, 100, 109. 

Jeremiah, 109, 110. 

John. 7. ::.:, 105, 100, 107, 109, 
111, 155, 158, 100. 



Bodgdon, Joseph, 60, 01, 100, 157. 

Lydia, 157. 

Mary, 105, 107, 109, 110, 111, 
112, 155, 158, 159, 100. 

Mehitable, 105. 

Moses, :;:;. 

Patience, 50, 60, 01, 100, 157. 

Peter, ::.".. 

Rebecca, 155. 

Samuel, 110, 155. 

Sarah, 8, 36, 110. 

Temperance, 5, 168. 
Bodgkins, Abraham, 120. 

Joshua, 178. 
Iloel, Mrs., 104. 
Bogdon, see Bodgdon. 
Holm, George, 27, 74. 
Hoite, see Iloyt. 
Boitt, see Hoyt. 
1 1 olden, Elizabeth, 100. 

William, 100, 107. 
Holland, Capt., loo. 
Holmes, John, 17:!, 175. 

Mary, 50, 56. 

Mrs.', 175. 
Holt, Oeorge, 170. 

Hannah, 115. 

Peter, 114, 115, 110, 119, 120, 
177, 178, 170, 183, 184. 
Human, Daniel, 40. 

Joseph, 134. 
Homes, see Holmes. 
Hook. Elizabeth, 91. 

Humphrey, 4:1. 

Jaeob, 133, 108, 170. 

Josiah, 169. 

Mary, 1.30, 134, 177. 

Peter, 133. 

Samuel, 168. 
Hooper, Samuel, 42. 
Hopkinson, (ieorge, 119. 
Hopley, Elizabeth, 50, 51, 56. 

Mrs., 175. 
Born, John, 84, 

Margaret, 84. 

Moses, 4. 

Wid., 150. 

William, SO, 84. 
Hot borne, Nathaniel, 22, 70. 
II o\\, see Howe. 
Howard, James, 176. 

Mrs., 176. 
Howe, David, 183. 

Dorothy, 181. 

Elizabeth, 45, 86. 

Sarah, 181. 
Hoyt, Abigail, 04, SO, 108. 

Abishag, 59. » 

Barnard, 89. 



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209 



Hoyt, Benjamin, 5, 91, 127, 133. 

Catherine, 42. 

Charles, 108. 

Daniel, 6. 

David, 89. 

David W., 140, 141. 

Dorothy, 43, 59. 

Easter, 159. 

Elizabeth, 111, 155. 

Enoch, 7. 

Eunice, 8. 

Frances, 59. 

Grace, 59. 

Hannah, 6, 89, 135. 

Israel, 59, 159. 

John, 2, 59, 83, 106 109, 111, 
112, 134, 154, 155, 157, 158, 
159. 

John H., 114. 

Jonathan, 183. 

Joseph, 130. 

Lettis, 155. 

Lois, 136. 

Lydia,9, 109, 111, 112, 154, 157, 
158, 159. 

Mary, 6, 7, 112, 129, 168. 

Mrs., 147. 

Nancy, 182. 

Reuben, 88. 

Robert, 147. 

Sarah, 62, 109. 

Susanna, 170. 

Thankful, 113. 

William, 158, 159, 171. 
Hubbard, Abigail, 43, 131. 

Benjamin, 170. 

Dorcas, 134. 

Elizabeth, 170. 

Francis, 132. 

Grace, 90. 

Jane, 42. 

Mary, 88. 

Mercy, 90. 

Rev. Mr., 54. 

Richard, 39, 129. 
Huckings, Deborah, 113. 
Huggin, see Huggins. 
Huggins, James, 80. 

Sarah, 51, 52, 53, 56, 145. 
Hugh, Elizabeth, 143. 
Hughes, John, 29. 
Huit, Mathurin, 67, 75. 

Oliver, 68, 75. 
Hull, Hannah, 50. 

Henry, 119. 

Mrs., 80, 175. 

Phineas, 80. 

Reuben, 51. 
Hunkins, see Hunking. 



Hunking, Ann, 50, 51. 

John, 104, 173. 

Mark, 94, 172, 173. 

Mary, 175. 

Mrs., 175. 

Thomas, 43. 

Wid., 50, 175. 

William, 51, 174, 175. 
Hunt, Lydia, 90. 

Mary, 134. 

Miriam, 86, 133. 

Mr., 98. 

Richard, 165. 

Robert, 170. 

Sarah, 41. 

Stephen, 135, 136. 
Huntington, Elizabeth, 134. 
Hunton, see Huntoon. 
Huntoon, Aaron, 131. 

Benjamin, 45. 

Daniel, 129. 

Hannah, 41. 

John, 87. 

Josiah, 88. 

Lydia, 40. 

Nathaniel, 40, 120, 134. 

Philip, 39. 

Ruth, 41. 

Samuel, 41, 42. 
Huntris, Abigail, 58, 59, 105, 106, 
112. 

Christopher, 6, 105, 108, 110, 
112, 157. 

Darling, 110. 

David, 157. 

Elizabeth, 9, 61. 

George, 58, 112, 176. 

Hannah, 58, 59. 

Hipwoi - th, 62. 

John, 58, 59, 61, 62, 105, 111. 

Jonathan, 20, 105. 

Joseph, 112. 

Lydia, 8. 

Martha, 108. 

Mary, 58, 61, 62, 105, 106, 108, 
110, 111, 157. 

Mrs., 176. 

Paul, 105. 

Samuel, 58, 59, 61, 105, 106, 
112. 

Sarah, 61. 

Solomon, 59. 

Tamson, 59. 

William, 58. 
Hurd, Benjamin, 83. 

Experience, 83, 97. 

James, 84. 

John, 84, 

Master, 79. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Hurd, Nathaniel, 98. 
Phebe, 84. 

Tristram. 102. 

Wi.l.. 1 is. 
II use, Abigail, 91. 

Hannah, 86. 
Hussey, Anne, 33. 

Daniel, 33. 

Ebenezer, 34, 35. 

Eldad, 34. 

Elihu, 34. 

Elizabeth, 33, 35. 

George, 34. 

Hannah. 33. 

John, 34, 35. 

Joseph, 33. 

Mary, 34. 

Miriam, 35. 

Pelatiah, 35. 

Peter, 35. 

Phebe, 33. 

Samuel, 33. 

Samuel F., 34. 

Susanna, 33. 

Sylvanus, 35. 

William, 31. 
Hutchins, David, 152. 

Enoch, 85, 104. 
Hutchinson, Enoch, 146. 

Hannah, 146. 

Susanna, 86. 
Ingalls, Betsey, 113. 

Melinda, 114. 

Nathaniel, 91. 

Samuel, 171. 
Jackson, Hannah, 50, 56, 174, 

John, 51, 71, 173, 175, 176. 

•lone, 51. 

Joseph, 29, 74. 

Mary, 56. 

Mr., 50. 

Mrs.. 51, 50, 17"), 176. 

Samuel, 174, 181. 

Sarah, 56. 

Susanna, 134. 

Thomas, 17".. 

Thomas M., 45. 

Wid., 51, 17:>. 

William, 84, 167. 
Jacobs, Abigail, 10:!. 

Dorothy, 7. 

Joseph, 85. 

Ma rv, 131. 
Jaffrey, G., 50. 

George, 55, 148, 172. 
James, Benjamin, 94. 

Edmund, 94. 

John, 45. 

Mary, 11:.'. 



.lames, William, 100. 
Jameson, John, 86. 
Janvrin, Elizabeth, 105. 

John, 7, 158. 

Mary, 158. 
Jany, Jousint, (>S, 75. 
•larige, Pierre, 68, 75. 
.lean, .lulien, 67, 75. 
Jeffries, see Jaffrey. 
Jeffreys, see Jaffrey. 
Jenkin, see .Jenkins. 
Jenkins, Anne, 32. 

Ebenezer, 32. 

Elizabeth, 31. 

Ex jie rie nee, 97. 

Isaiah, 32. 

Jabez, 32. 

Joseph, 7, 34. 

Renold, 32. 

Sarah, 32. 
.lenks, Capt., 104. 
.Jenness, Adaline S., 192. 

David A., 191. 

John, 177. 

Joseph, 114. 

Levi W., 192. 

Minerva S., 191. 

Nancy, 191. 

Oliver, 191. 

Semira P., 191. 

Sidney L., 191. 

Simon, 191. 

Sophia P., 192. 
Jennings, Richard, 90. 
Jewell, Lydia, 127. 

Mary, 182. 

Thomas, 86. 
Jewett, Anna, F., 163. 

Benjamin II., 163. 

Deborah, 163. 

Elizabeth, 126. 

John, 126, 163. 

Joseph, 17. 

Mary A., 163. 

Nancy, 163. 
Joce, see Jose. 
Jose, Hannah, 56. 

Jane, 51. 

Richard, 150, 172. 
Johnson, Benjamin, 118. 

Ebenezer, 55. 

El., 56. 

Elizabeth, 88. 

Eln., 50. 

Hannah, 134. 

John, 68, 75, 173, 174, 175. 

Jonathan, 101. 

Lieut., 151. 

Mary, 33, 182. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



211 



Johnson, Mrs., 56, 82, 175. 

Sarah, 181, 182. 

Thomas, 82. 
Johnston, Jesse, 87. 
Jones, Alexander, 70. 

Dorothy, 136. 

Francis, 173, 175. 

John, 55, 84. 

John Paul, 10, 94, '96. 

Josiah, 167. 

Martha, 6. 

Mary, 83, 130. 

Mr., 149. 

Mrs., 145, 175. 

Peter, 20, 73. 

Sarah, 184. 
Judkins, Abigail, 41, 43. 

Anna, 90. 

Deborah, 134. 

Elizabeth, 135. 

Hannah, 87, 115. 

John, 44. 

Joseph, 43. 

Josiah, 41. 

Leonard, 129. 

Lois, 135. 

Lydia, 40. 

Martha, 134. 

Mary, 43, 171. 

Mehitable, 132, 178. 

Mr., 132. 

Rebecca, 45. 

Rhoda, 164. 

Robert, 88. 

Ruhamah, 130. 

Stephen, 132. 

Susanna, 88. 

Zachariah, 41, 44. 
Jutkins, see Judkins. 
Juxon, Benjamin, 154. 

Bethiah, 157. 

Mary, 157. 

Thomas, 154, 157. 
Kadru, Patrick, 67. 
Kate, see Cate. 
Keais, Mary, 54, 56. 

Mrs., 174. 

S., 50. 

Samuel, 54, 55, 173. 
Kelley, Addi, 123. 

Benjamin, 123, 126. 

Daniel, 123, 125. 

Elizabeth, 87. 

Esther, 123. 

George W., 123. 

James, 123, 126. 

Joseph, 123. 

Kate, 123. 

Levi, 123. 



Kelley, Lydia, 119. 

Roger, 142. 

William, 133. 
Kemp, Z. Willis, 96. 
Kenist, James, 176. 

Mrs., 176. 
Kennard, Diamond, 8. 

Edward, 53, 54, 173. 

Elizabeth, 4, 50. 52, 53, 54, 56. 

John, 53. 

Mary, 53. 

Mrs., 175. 

Michael, 31, 34, 53. 

Richard, 54. 

Sarah, 53. 

William, 7. 
Kennison, see Kenniston. 
Kenniston, Anna, 126. 

Bickford, 122. 

Christopher, 176. 

Ebenezer, 113. 

Elizabeth, 120, 122. 

Farezina, 13. 

George, 174. 

Hannah, 13. 

Henry, 13. 

Henry A., 13. 

John, 89. 

Joseph E., 89. 

Lydia O., 1:1. 

Margaret, 180. 

Mary, 13, 122. 

Mercy W., 13. 

Moses, 122. 

Mrs., 176. 

Nancy, 13, 122. 

Peter, 20, 72. 

Richard, 44. 

Samuel, 122, 123. 

Sarah, 122. 

Stacy, 122. 

Susan, 122. 

Susanna, 113. 

Usseljell, 13. 
Kent, Rachel, 7. 

Richard, 145. 
Kimball, Abigail, 89. 

Asa, 74. 

Caleb, 130. 

Isaac, 134. 

John, 48. 

Robert, 17. 

Sarah, 169. 

Thomas, 42. 
Kimming, Benjamin, 43. 
Kinaston, see Kenniston. 
King, Daniel, 81. 

Sarah, 144. 
Kingman, Olive, 46. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Kingsbury, Sergt., 147. 
Kinkaid, David, 161. 
Kinked, see Kinkaid. 
Kirke, Henry, 173, 175. 

Mrs., 58, 175. 

Ruth, 50, 53, 50. 
Kittredge, Eleanor, 184. 

George, 184. 

Theodore, 184. 
Knight, Alice, 01. 

Bridget, 00. 

Daniel, 59. 

Deborah, 154. 

Klizabeth, 58, 50, 00, 01, 107, 
100, 110, 154. 

George, 110. 

John, 3, 58, 59, 00, 01, 107, 
109, 110, 154, 155, 172. 

Mary, 2, 58, 109. 

Mr., 154. 

Mis., 50, 151, 170. 

Nathan, 174, 170. 

Susanna, 8, 107. 

William, 29, 02,74. 
Knowles, Hannah, 191. 

Sarah, 183. 
Knox, Anna, 113. 

Joseph, 114. 

William, 113. 
LaCoste, Peter, 67. 
Ladd, Dorothy, 42. 

Elizabeth, 130. 

Hannah, 41. 

Joanna, 88, 133. 

Love, 39. 

Mary, 40, 131. 

Mehitable, 181. 

Nathaniel, 41, 118. 

Samuel, 85. 

Stephen, 87. 
Laery, see Leary. 
Laighton, see Leighton. 
Laimos, see Lamos. 
Laiton, see Leighton. 
Lake, 'Thomas, 48. 
Lamb, Elizabeth, 3. 
Lamos, Mrs., 14'.t. 

Nathaniel, 149. 
Lamour, Jacque, 76. 
Lamson, Albert H., 45, 47, 139. 
Lane, Dorothy, 183. 

Elizabeth, 119, 104. 

George, 165. 

Hannah, 127. 

Isaiah, 135. 

James, 164. 

Mary, 94, 179. 

Sarah, 127. 
Lancaster, Thomas, 100. 



Lang, Benjamin, 3. 

Catherine, 7. 

Daniel, 60, 71. 

David, 165. 

(Jeorge, 113. 

Mrs., 175. 

Nathaniel, 55. 

Robert, 05, 173, 175. 

Stephen, 55. 
Lange, see Lang. 
Langdon, Joseph, 54. 

Maitha. 5:1. 

Mary, 50, 52, 5:',. 56, 95. 

Mr., 172. 

Richard, 53, 71. 

Tobias, 53, 55, 173. 

William, 9. 
Langley, Easter, 9. 
Langmaid, John t 114. 
Langstaff, Henry, 104. 
Langstar, see Langstali'. 
Larbouette, Claud, 08. 
Larraby, Thomas, 74. 
La vers, <;., 51. 

Jacob, 174, 175. 

Mrs., 51, 175. 
Lawrence, Edward, 178. 

John, 110. 

Mary II., 115. 

Moses, 182. 

Ruth, 182. 

Samuel, 184. 
Layton, see Leighton. 
Lear, Casar, 24, 72. 

Tobias, 24. 
Leary, William, 00, 74. 
Leathers, Philip B., 183. 
Leavitt, Abigail, 90. 

Carr, 191. 

Comfort, 127. 

Daniel, 87. 

Deborah, 87. 

Eben T., 191. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

Eliza J., 191. 

Hannah, 42. 

Jonathan, 42. 

Mary, 41. 

Mrs., 175. 

Samuel, 149. 
Lebbee, see Libbey. 
Leigh, Mr., 80. 

Mrs., 80. 
Leighton, Abigail, 159. 

Catherine, 6. 

Charles W., 94. 

Deborah, 4, 156. 

Elizabeth, 9. 

Hatevil, 156, 158, 159. 



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Leighton, Isaac, 156. 

Jane A., 94. 

Jemima, 158. 

Joel, 9. 

John, 94, 150, 158, 159. 

Mark, 158. 

Martha, 94. 

Mary, 7, 94. 

Mehitable F., 119. ' 

Moses, 15G. 

Paul, 156, 158. 

Sarah, 8, 156, 158, 159. 

Seth, 94. 

Thomas, 159. 

Tobias, 156. 

William, 156. 
Lemee, Nicholas, 68, 75. 
Leonard, John, 2. 
Lestuan, Marc, 68, 75. 
Leuy, see Lucy. 
Leviston, Daniel, 82. 
Leucie, see Lucy. 
Lewis, Abraham, 174, 175. 

Hannah, 51. 

Mary, 176. 

Mr., 50. 

Mrs., 56, 175. 

Philip, 173, 175. 

Thomas, 174. 

William, 55. 
Libbey, Azariah, 4. 

James, 55. 

Jerusha, 4. 

John, 27, 74. 

Lydia, 1. 

Matthew, 1. 

Rachel, 119. 

Reuben, 1. 

Sarah, 9. 

Stephen, 5. 
Lievere, Francois, 26. 
Liford, see Lyford. 
Light, John, 51. 

Wid., 175. 
Linkhorn, John, 82. 
Little, Francis, 24, 71. 
Littlefield, Josias, 83, 149. 

Mr., 150. 

Mrs., 83, 149. 

Richard, 71. 
Locke, Abbie M., 192. 

Abigail, 119. 

Albert C, 192. 

Asa, 191. 

Elizabeth J., 191. 

Elizabeth M., 191. 

Gardner T., 191. 

Harriet J., 192. 

Horace W., 191. 



Locke, Ira, 119. 

James H., 191. 

John O., 191. 

Jonathan D., 191. 

Joseph, 191. 

Lemuel, 191. 

Lieut., 83. 

Lucy, 136. 

Lydia, 93. 

Margaret, 42. 

Mary, 2, 191. 

Perna T., 191. 

Richard L., 192. 

Richard R., 192. 

Sarah, 120. 

Sarah A., 191, 192. 

Sarah E., 192. 

Sarah H., 191. 

Simon, 93. 

Sula A., 192. 
Long, Abigail, 133. 

Benoni, 87. 

Ebenezer, 86. 

Richard, 82. 

Ruth, 42. 

Stephen, 88. 
Loogee, see Lougee. 
Looms, Wid., 146. 
Lord, John, 45. 

Rebecca, 114. 
Loud, Abigail, 138. 

Ann, 138. 

George, 25, 74. 

John J., 139. 

Solomon, 138, 139. 
Lougee, Anne, 87. 

Gilman, 86. 
Loverin, Abigail, 115. 

Abijah, 114. 

Anna, 169. 

Benjamin, 91. 

Elizabeth, 169. 

Hannah, 44, 90. 

Jesse, 167. 

Mary, 41. 

Moses, 91. 
Lovett, James, 174. 
Lovewell, Mrs., 176. 

Splan, 174, 176. 
Low, Francis, 79. 
Lowd, see Loud. 
Lowden, Anthony, 83. 
Loyd, Allen, 174, 176. 

Mrs., 176. 
Lucy, John, 121. 

Lucy, 121. 

Sarah, 56. 

Stephen, 121, 127. 

Thomas, 173. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Luey, see Lucy. 
Lufkin, Edward, 44. 

Lunt. Daniel, 80. 

John, 182. 
Lyford, Francis, 134, L38. 

John, 169. 

Rebecca, 177. 
Lynch, Patrick. 19, 7:!. 
Macgoon, see Magoon. 
Macgaffee, Eleanor, 88. 
Mackdonald, sec McDonald. 
Mackra, Margaret, 87, 
Magee, Katharine, 86. 
Magoon, Alexander, 44. 

Benjamin, 38. 

Edward, 131. 

Elizabeth, 41. 

John, ")<>, ; ">-">. 

Joseph, 44. 

Mehitable, 132. 

Moses, 44. 

Sarah, 87. 
.Main, Charles E., 04. 
Maloon, Elizabeth, 170. 
Manning, Thomas, 71. 
Marble, Charles, 161. 

Coker, 104. 

John, 161. 

Mary, 101. 
March, Bugh, 82. 

.lames, 14."). 

.John, 38, 81. 

Major, 85, 99. 

Samuel, SS. 
Marden, Mary, is::. 
Marie, Jean, 07, 7- r >. 
Marion, Joseph, 09, 75. 
Marrett, Avei"y, 180. 

Elizabeth B., 180. 

Mary E., 180. 
Marriner, Mary, 2. 
Marsh, Hannah, 171. 

James, 41. 

John, 133. 

Nicholas, 136. 
Marshall, Elizabeth, 181. 

Ilawley, 177. 

II ipsibah, P'>:!. 
Marston, Abigail, 93. 

Jeremiah, 41. 

Lydia, 119. 

Noah. 164. 
Martain, see Martin. 
Marthan, Anne, 4.5. 
Martin, Jonathan, 129. 

Martha. 50. 

Mary, 50, 51, 50, 88. 

Mr., 109. 

Mrs., 174. 



Martin, Mrs. M., 51. 

Richard, 49, :>u, 51, 81, 172, 

17.;. 
Ruth, 45. 

Martyn, see Martin. 
Mason, Albeit (J., 143. 

Nicholas, 17. 
Robert, 1. 

Susanna, 4. 
Mast in, see Marston. 
Mai thews, John, 181. 
Mattoon, Burbertas, 147, 17:;. 

Mrs., 51. 

Richard, 147. 
Mans, see Morse. 
Maxlield, Stephen, 181. 
Maxwell, Peter, 09, 76. 
McCann, Philip, 19, 71. 
McClintock, Joseph, 135. 

Samuel, 3, 71. 
McConnel, Samuel, 28, 73. 
McCoy, John, 29, 75. 
McCluer, Alexander, 119. 
McDaniel,.Iohn, 109, 184. 

Robert, 28, 73. 
McDonald, James, 3. 
McGrlenen, Edward W., 48, 139, 

189. 
Mdlurd, Abigail, 129. 
Mclntyre, .lames, 19, 09, 74. 

Primus, 0. r ). 
McLindon, John, 00, 
McMurphy, Alexander, 45, 
McNeal, John, 80. 
Meader, Charity, 5. 

Joseph, 8. 

Louisa, 178. 

Miriam, 120. 

Nathan, 34. 

Nathaniel. 101. 

Sarah, .">. 
Meder, see Meader. 
Meeds, Stephen, 71. 
Melcher, Edward, 173. 
Melony, Daniel, 29, 72. 
Meloon, John, 109. 

Mary, 108, 109. 

Nathaniel, 90. 

Samuel, 108, 109. 
Mendum, William, 2."., 75. 
Menguy, Pierre, 09, 70. 
Merrill, Apphia, 91. 

Asa, 128. 

Dorothy, 128. 

Eliphelet, 120. 

Eliza, is:;. 

Elizabeth, 128. 

Ford, 128. 

Hannah, 131, 171. 



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Merrill, James, 128. 

Lucretia, 128. 

Mary, 128. 

Mary A., 161. 

Nancy, 126. 

Nathan, 38. 

P., 11, 126, 127, 164. 

Phebe, 161. 

Phineas, 161,' 164. 

Sarah, 128. 

Sarah J., 161. 
Merritt, John, 22, 73. 
Meserve, Clement, 60, 61, 108, 174, 
176. 

Elizabeth, 60, 61. 

George, 61. 

John, 108. 

Joseph, 61. 

Mrs., 108, 176. 

Nathaniel, 6, 64. 

Peter, 61. 

Tamson, 102. 

W. S., 95. 
Merservey, see Meserve. 
Messuere, Peter, 24, 72. 
Mezeet, Isaac, 3. 
Middleton, Joseph, 130. 
Mighill, John, 180. 

Samuel, 147. 
Miller, Margaret, 5. 

Mark, 4. 

Mrs., 57. 

Martha, 44. 

William, 115. 
Mills, Deborah, 7. 

John, 19, 74. 

Luke, 4. 

Peter, 174. 

Richard, 22, 30. 
Miltimore, James, 126, 127. 
Mitchell, Jean, 67. 
Monson, see Munson. 
Moody, Abigail, 41, 79, 88. 

Ann, 49. 

Clement, 90. 

Daniel, 86, 90. 

David, 38. 

Dorothy, 89. 

Elizabeth, 40. 

Esther, 54, 90. 

Hannah, 181. 

Joanna, 42. 

John, 44. 

Joseph, 3, 41, 135. 

Joshua, 49, 54, 77, 84. 

Martha, 49, 51, 77. 

Mr., 151. 

Mrs., 174. 

Philip, 38. 



Moody, Samuel, 54, 88, 177. 

Sarah, 43, 44, 77. 

William, 153. 
Moore, John, 119. 
Mordough, Nathan, 93. 

Robert, 93. 
Moreau, Jack., 26. 
Morey, William, 42. 
Morgan, John, 72. 

Judith, 131. 

Mary, 42. 

Rebecca, 88. 
Morin, Guilleaume, 67, 75. 
Morrel, see Morrill. 
Morrill, Aaron, 41. 

Abra, 118. 

Abraham, 32. 

Anna, 40. 

Dorothy, 113. 

Ephraim, 43. 

Hannah, 118. 

Henry, 40. 

Isaac, 6. 

Isaac B., 114. 

Jacob, 43, 181. 

Jedediah, 31, 32. 

John, 44. 

John W., 118. 

Josiah, 32. 

Lydia, 133. 

Mary, 43, 51, 94, 132. 

Miriam, 34. 

Nathaniel, 118, 136. 

Oliver, 118. 

Parker, 169. 

Rhoda, 136. 

Samuel, 181. 

Sarah, 129, 152, 170. 

William, 134. 

Winthrop, 32. 
Morris, Thomas, 149. 
Morrison, Anna, 166. 
Morse, Abigail, 131. 

Benjamin, 54. 

Charles, 74. 

Daniel, 133. 

Ebenezer, 169, 184. 

Elizabeth, 50, 56, 143. 

Ezekiel, 134. 

Fred W., 48. 

Hannah, 53, 169. 

Lydia, 53. 

Mary, 51, 52. 

Mr., 173. 

Mrs., 174. 

Obadiah, 50, 53, 54, 55. 

Samuel, 143. 

Sarah, 143. 
Moses, Aaron, 173, 175. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Moses, John M., 4."), 48. 

Mrs.. 17.".. 

Sergt., 173. 

W.. 56. 
Mosis, sec Moses. 
Mosley, Jonathan, 179. 

Muss, see Morse. 
Moulton, Flora G., 48. 

Hannah, 44. 

Mi.. 84. 

Pal ience, i>4. 
Mow. Peter, 55. 
Muchamore, Joseph, 71. 
Mudgett, John, 13. 

Susanna, 86. 

Thomas, 43. 
M ugget, see Mudgett. 
Muggrige, Samuel, 90. 
Mullally, William, 2. 
Munehor, Daniel, 21, 74. 
Munsey, Francis, 93. 

Margaret, 152. 

William, 93 
Munson, Abigail, 143. 

Esther, 143. 

Ezra, 142. 

James, 14:'.. 

John, 143. 

Joseph, 143. 

Mindwell, 143. 

Mr., 50. 

Mrs., 56, 175. 

Richard, 142, 143, 173. 

Robert, 142, 143. 

Samuel, 143. 

Stephen, 14:;. 

William, 142. 
Murphy, Pierre, 25, 70, 73. 

Thomas, 28, 7:.. 
Murey, see Murray. 
Murray, Elizabeth, 121. 

Hannah, 112, 121. 

Samuel, 112, 121. 

William, 21, 69, 70, 112. 
Murre, see Murray. 
Mushuay, Francis, G. 
Mussey, Elizabeth, 34. 

John, 134. 

Wid., 100. 
Nash, Sarah, 169. 
Nason, Robert, 28, 73. 
Naquant, Nicholas, 67, 75, 
Nay, Abigail, 120. 

' Sarah, 178. 
Neal, Andrew, 101. 

Jeremiah, 54, 

John, 54 

.Joshua, 54. 

Mary, 7, 178. 



Neal, Mrs., 17;'.. 

Samuel, 50, 52, 54, 174, 175. 

Thomas, ~>4. 

W., 50. 

Walter, 60, 54, 55, 172, 173. 
Nealley, John II., 189. 
Neff, Mrs., 84. 
Nele, see Neal, 
Nelson, Mark, 28, 75. 

Mathew, 174, 17"). 

Mrs., 175. 
Newell, Mary, 93. 

Newhall, George, 113. 

Mary, 111. 
New man, Thomas, 69, 76. 
New march, John, 55. 
Nichols, Abigail, 93. 

Ann, 44. 

Ebenezer, 90. 

Elizabeth, 181. 

John, 114. 

Mary, 1 :;.">. 

Nicholas, 132. 

Tryphena, 87. 

William, 93. 
Nimrod, Amos. 12. 
Noble, Moses, 20, 73. 

Reuben, 71. 
Nock, Elizabeth, 102. 

Love, 40. 

Sylvanus, 102. 
Nokes, Cutt'e, 122. 

James, 122. 

Lyclia, 122. 

Timothy, 122. 
Norris, Asa, 178. 

Dudley, 183. 

Eunice, 119. 
Huldah, 88. 

James D., 184, 

John D., I20. 

Jonathan, 133. 

Josiah, 177, 184. 

Lydia, 177. 

Mary, 90, 182. 

Mary I'., 184. 

Mehitable, 166. 

Ethoda II.. 184. 

Ruth, 44, 182. 

Samuel, 88. 

Simeon, 1 1 .">. 
Norton, Elizabeth, 44. 
Norwood. Sarah, 2. 
Noyes, Phebe, 168. 

Simon, 41. 
Nudd, Simon, 91. 

Nutter, Abigail, 58, 64, 109, 155, 
156, 160. 

Alice, 3, 6, 8, 160. 



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Nutter, Ann, 64. 

Anna, 10. 

Anthony, 2, 79, 156, 160. 

Arabella, 4. 

Benjamin, 9. 

Christopher, 7. 

Deborah, 59. 

Ebenezer, 10. 

Elizabeth, 4, 7, 9, 59, 61, 107. 

Hannah, 1, 107, 112, 156, 158. 

Hatevil, 10, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 
106, 107, 109, 111, 112, 154, 
156, 157, 158. 

Henry, 155. 

James, 2, 109, 155, 156, 160. 

John, 1, 9, 60, 109. 

Joseph, 156. 

Jotham, 6. 

Leah, 58, 59, 60, 61, 110. 

Lemuel, 158. 

Lois, 7. 

Mark, 157. 

Mary, 3, 106, 111, 154, 155, 158, 
160. 

Matthias, 156. 

Miriam, 1, 110. 

Phebe, 3. 

Rebecca, 107, 109, 111, 154, 
157. 

Richard, 64. 

Rosamond, 62, 109. 

Samuel, 64, 107, 110, 111, 158. 

Sarah, 2, 3, 64, 110, 111, 158. 

Temperance, 109. 

Thomas, 59, 156. 

William, 10. 
Odell, Charlotte, 164. 

James, 164, 165. 

Mary, 165. 
Odihorne, see Odiorne. 
Odiorne, Mary, 51, 52, 56. 
Odlin, John, 148. 
Oram, John, 186. 
Ordway, Hannah, 88. 

Nathan, 40. 
Orne, Charles B., 164. 
Osborne, George, 2. 

George J., 71. 
Osgood, Henry, 20. 

Judith, 178. 

Mary, 179. 

Sarah, 179. 

Shuah, 178. 

True, 119. 
Otice, see Otis. 
Otis, Mrs., 80, 83. 

Nicholas, 83. 

Richard, 80, 83. 

Sarah, 47, 



Otis, Stephen, 80. 
Packer, George, 181. 

Mrs., 175. 

Thomas, 173. 
Page, Aaron, 183. 

Benjamin, 132, 133, 142. 

Daniel, 134. 

Edward, 22, 70. 

Jabez, 169. 

John, 44. 

Joseph, 102. 

Jeremiah, 91. 

Lydia, 181. 

Mary, 178. 

Nathan, 120. 

Patience, 131. 

Ruth, 91. 

Sarah, 132, 178. 

Simon, 133. 

Thomas, 129. 
Palmer, Comfort, 120. 

True worthy, 93. 

William L., 93. 
Parcher, George, 20, 74. 

Samuel, 20, 71. 
Parker, Henry R., 188. 

James, 49. 

John, 72. 

Noah, 147, 151, 170. 

William, 55. 
Parsons, Charles L., 48. 

Edward, 72. 

Thomas, 21. 
Partridge, Elizabeth, 53. 

John, 50, 52, 55, 173, 174, 176. 

Mary, 50, 52, 53, 56. 

Mrs., 174, 176. 

William, 50, 52, 53, 172, 174, 
176. 
Pason, Mr., 55. 
Passmore, Thomas, 20, 71. 
Patch, Benjamin, 62, 64. 

John, 64. 

Lydia, 64. 

Paul, 62. 
Patrick, Christopher, 100. 
Patten, Lois, 170. 

Susan, 171. 
Pattengall, see Pettengill. 
Patterson, George, 44. 
Paul, Abigail, 5. 

Elizabeth, 4. 

Moses, 47. 

Sarah, 5. 
Pearce, see Peirce. 
Pearl, John, 33. 

Nicholas, 147. 
Pearson, Capt., 146. 

Deborah, 181. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Pearson, Ephraim, 86. 

John, 45. 
Pease, Ebenezer, 119. 

Elizabeth, 180. 

Lucy, 182. 

Samuel, 147. 

Sarah, 182. 

Stephen, 181. 
Peasely, see Peaslee. 
Peaslee, Lydia, 168. 

Nathaniel, 87. 

Pelatiah, 170. 
Peavey, Abel, 106, 112. 

Edward, 159, 174. 

Elizabeth, 8. 

Ezekiel, 112. 

Hutsnn, 156. 

Jelletson, 160. 

John, 9. 

Joseph, 4, 160. 

Madlin, 160. 

Mary, 112. 

Mercy, 9. 

Thomas, 106. 
Pedigrove, Stephen, 6. 
Peirce, Augusta, 95. 

Daniel, 101. 

Joseph, 55. 

Joshua, 55. 

Moses, 169. 

Sarah, 136. 

Thomas, 55. 
Pelham, Edward, 145. 
Pendleton, James, 49, 50. 
Penhallow, John, 53. 

Phebe, 54. 

Samuel, -55. 
Penny, Henry, 152. 
Pepperill, Miriam, 54. 

Mr., 52. 

William, 54. 
Pereness, Maturant, 66. 
Perkins, David, 7. 

Frances, 47. 

James, 177. 

Joseph, 168, 171. 

Lydia, 171. 

Mary, 14. 

Nathaniel, 152. 

Thomas, 174. 
Perry, John, 45, 112, 155. 

Rebecca, 112. 

Rosamond, 155. 

Sarah, 112. 
Persons, see Pearson. 
Peters, Master, S3. 
Pettengill, Elizabeth, 89. 
Tettigrew, Thomas, 4. 
Peverly, John, 174. 



Peverton, David. 112. 

Mary, 112. 

Mr.," Ill, 112. 
Philbrick, Benjamin, 38, 43. 

Elizabeth, 168. 

Hannah, 43. 

James, 180. 

Jedediah, 37, 38, 135. 

Jeremiah, 41. 

John, 174, 176. 

Jonathan, 5, 53. 

Josiah, 167. 

Mary, 50, 52, 56, 88, 170. 

Mrs.', 56, 176. 

Sarah, 5. 

Thomas, 37. 

William, 26, 50, 52, 55, 73, 174, 

176. 
Philipon, Augustin, 68, 75. 
Phillips, Capt., 85. 
Samuel, 83. 
Sarah, 130. 
Phipps, Thomas, 55. 
Pickering, Abigail, 159. 
Alice, 10. 
Anna, 9. 
Anthony, 159. 
Benjamin, 111. 
Capt., 101. 
Daniel, 155. 
Deborah, 64, 109, 110, 112, 155, 

158. 
Elizabeth, 4, 5, 109. 
Ephraim, 112. 
James, 4, 8, 158, 159. 
John, 6, 172, 173. 
John (i., 7, 154, 159. 
Joseph, 64. 
Joshua, 63, 64, 109, 110, 112, 

155, 158. 
Mary, 9, 50, 51, 56, 109, 111, 

154, 158. 
Mrs., 175. 
Nicholas, 2. 
olive, 2. 
Samuel, 91, 110. 
Sarah, 10. 
Stephen, 158. 
Temperance, 3, 7. 
Thomas, 3, 109, 111, 154, 158, 

159, 174, 175. 
William, 8. 
Winthrop, 3, 150. 
Pierce, see Peirce. 
Pieslaa, see Peaslee. 
Pike, Abigail, 77, 78, 79, 81, 97. 
Hannah, 77, 169. 
Jeremiah, 180. 
John, 77, 78, 145, 183. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



219 



Pike, Joseph, 82. 

Joshua, 53, 78. 

Margaret, 78, 97. 

Mary, 77. 

Moses, 43. 

Mr., 55. 

Nathaniel, 77, 79, 147, 151, 152. 

Oliver M., 178. 

Samuel, 53, 78, 98. 

Sarah, 77, 99. 

Solomon, 78. 

Robert, 77, 79, 80, 148. 
Pillsbury, Caleb, 171. 

John, 132. 
Pinkham, Amos, 152. 

Andrew, 32. 

Catherine, 32. 

Ebenezer, 32. 

Katharine, 152. 

Mary, 32. 

Nathaniel, 32. 

Nicholas, 32. 

Sarah, 32. 
Pinner, Thomas, 9. 
Piper, George, 166. 

Jane, 127. 

John L., 166. 

Josiah, 16. 

Mary, 46, 164. 

Moses, 166. 

Noah, 164, 165. 

Phebe, 166. 
Pitman, Benjamin, 63. 

Elizabeth, 50, 56. 

James, 63. 

Joseph, 63, 103. 

Mark, 72. 

Mehitable, 63. 

Mr., 173. 

Mrs., 175. 

Susanna, 63. 

William, 63. 
Place, Abigail, 62. 

Abraham, 62. 

Ebenezer, 62, 64, 112. 

Eleanor, 157. 

Eunice, 62. 

George, 112. 

Hannah, 112. 

James, 108, 109, 112, 157. 

Jane, 62, 64, 112. 

John, 62, 109, 112. 

Jonathan, 62. 

Joseph, 62. 

Mary, 62, 109, 112, 157, 158, 
160. 

Nicodemus, 158. 

Olive, 160. 

Richard, 62. 



Place, Ruth, 157. 

Samuel, 112, 157, 158, 160. 

Susanna, 109. 
Plaisted, Capt., 175. 

Elisha, 53. 

Elizabeth, 176. 

Ichabod, 52, 54, 174. 

John, 52, 53, 55, 172. 

Joshua, 53. 

Mary, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56. 

Mehitable, 53. 

Mrs., 175. 

Samuel, 54. 
Plumer, see Plummer. 
Plummer, Abraham, 179, 180. 

Anna, 133. 

Elizabeth, 42, 179. 

Daniel, 114, 115, 179, 180, 181. 

David D., 179, 180. 

Hannah, 179. 

Joseph C, 179. 

Josiah, 41. 

Mary, 113, 179. 

Nancy, 179. 

Nathan, 136. 

Otis, 47. 

Rebecca, 179. 

Samuel, 115, 179, 180. 

Sarah, 179, 180. 
Plurien, Guilleaume, 68, 75. 
Pollard, Barton, 87. 

Elizabeth, 170. 

Francis, 42. 
Pomery, Mrs., 176. 
Ponte, Leonard, 68, 75. 
Poor, John, 125. 
Potter, Sarah, 135. 
Pottle, Aaron, 11. 

Bemsley, 11. 

Benjamin, 11, 128. 

Dudley, 11. 

Eleanor, 165, 

Henry, 11, 165. 

Jane, 11. 

Levi, 11. 

Mary, 11. 

Samuel, 11. 

Sarah, 128. 

Sarah M., 128. 
Powell, John, 25, 73. 
Pray, Ebenezer, 20, 71. 

Joseph, 85. 
Preble, Capt., 151. 

Miriam, 54. 

Jonathan, 54. 
Prescott, Abigail, 179. 

Chase, 117. 

Elizabeth, 180. 

Hannah, 117, 118, 184. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Prescott, Honor, 178. 

John, 117, 170, 181. 

Jonathan, 117, 118. 

Joshua, 87. 

Mary, 42, 117, 134. 

Miriam, 117, 181. 

Mr., 103. 

Mrs., 37. 

Patience, 44. 

Rebecca, 117, 119, 183. 

Sarah, 117, 170, 182. 

William, 117. 
Prescut, see Prescott. 
Prentice, Joseph, 170. 
Pressy, Elizabeth, 90. 

Hephzibah, 91. 

Paul, 90. 
Prince, Benjamin, 66, 74. 

Isaac, 132. 

James, 131. 
Prowt, Barnes, 147. 
Pulsifer, Elizabeth, 144. 

Jonathan, 144. 
Purinton, Abraham, 35. 

Em., 50. 

Elizabeth, 184. 

Robert, 51. 

Zaccheus, 31. 
Purkins, see Perkins. 
Quadreau, Patris, 75. 
Quelee, Henry, 68, 76. 
Quimby, Aaron, 91. 

Alice, 42. 

Benjamin, 133. 

Daniel, 44, 1:11. 

David, 39, 88, 107. 

Elisha, 135. 

Fred E., 48, 139, 186, 188, 189. 

Jacob, 44, 133. 

Jeremiah, 88. 

John, 88, 129, 168. 

Lucy, 135. 

Mary, 41, 134. 

Moses, 87. 

Paul, 133. 

Rebecca, 133. 

Samuel, 89. 

Sarah, 133. 

Susanna, 135. 

Trnstrnni, 86. 
Quinn, John, 25, 71. 
Quinby, see Quimby. 
Quint, Ann, 156, 157. 

Anna, 157. 

Elizabeth, 156. 

John, 156, 1">T. 

Jonathan, 156. 

Joshua, 156. 

Margaret, 157. 



Quint, Martha, 156. 

Mary, 111. 

Sarah, 157. 

Thomas, 4, 61, 157. 
Quornon, Jean, 68, 76. 
Rackleife, Mrs., 173. 

William, 173. 
Etacklety, Mary, 2. 
Raitt, William, 8. 
Ran, see Rand. 
Rand, Elizabeth, 168. 

Mrs., 56. 
Randall, Anna, 96. 

Daniel, 5, 136. 

Elizabeth, 101. 

.lames, 29. 

John, 29. 

Richard, 101. 
Randlett, Elizabeth, 165. 

Sarah, 164. 
Rankin, Andrew, 30. 

< .. Andrew, 74. 

Martha, 4.~>. 
Rawlins, see Rollins. 
Redeaux, Charles, 27. 
Redford, Lieut., 176. 

M is., 176. 
Redman, Benjaman, 21, 73. 
Reed, Andrew, 59. 

Joseph, 59. 

Mr., 152. 
Remick, Stephen, 7. 

Susanna, 6. 
Kendal, see Randall. 
Reno, Elias, 41. 
Reo, Francois, 67. 
Richards, Abigail, 106. 

Benjamin, 106, 107. 

Elizabeth, 105, 106, 107, 110. 

Esther, 106. 

Jane, 107. 

Joseph, 106, 107, 110. 

Mrs., 175. 

Sarah, 106. 

Susanna, 110. 

William, 174, 175. 
Richardson, Abigail, 3. 

Elizabeth, 6. 

.lames, 12. 

.Jeremiah, 87. 

John, 88. 

Timothy, 8. 
Richmond, Charles A., 48. 
Ricker, George, 146. 

Judith, 83. 

Maturin, 146. 
Ring, Benjamin, 58. 

David, 89, 154. 

Eliphelet,, 111. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



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Ring, Elizabeth, 58, 59, 60, 61, 105, 
111. 

Jane, 59. 

Joseph, 58. 

Mary, 60, 88. 

Mrs., 154. 

Seth, 58, 59, 60, 105, 111, 154. 
Robards, see Roberts., 
Roberts, Alexander, 40. 

Anna, 36, 89. 

Benjamin, 152. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

Ephraim, 36. 

Hannah, 36. 

Hatevil, 152. 

James, 36. 

John C, 24, 72. 

Jonathan, 43. 

Mary, 36, 40, 152. 

Moses, 36. 

Mr., 82. 

Samuel, 36. 

Sarah, 98. 

Thomas, 36. 

Timothy, 3. 
Robertson, Robert, 73. 
Robey, Henry, 177. 

Meribah, 40. 

Samuel, 40, 88. 
Robinson, Abednego, 11. 

Abigail, 11, 12. 

Bradbury, 12, 17. 

Chase, 17. 

David, 18. 

Ebenezer, 11. 

Elizabeth, 12, 133, 136, 165. 

Jane, 12, 126. 

Jeremiah, 18. 

Jesse, 164. 

John, 40. 

Jonathan, 11, 12, 17, 18, 87, 
122, 127, 163, 169, 182, 184. 

Josiah, 119. 

Lucy, 130. 

Mary, 4, 11, 12, 17, 183. " 

Mercy, 17, 18, 122, 162, 163. 

Meshech, 11. 

Miss, 169. 

Nancy, 122, 167. 

Nicholas D., 167. 

Noah, 12, 18, 122. 

Robert, 66. 

Sarah, 136, 184. 

Shadrach, 11. 

Thomas, 18, 181. 

Winthrop, 18. 
Rogers, Daniel, 118. 

Elizabeth, 93, 115. 

Esther, 98. 



Rogers, George, 7. 

Hannah, 7. 

John, 104. 

Mary, 183. 

Mr., 82, 103. 

Nathaniel, 54. 
Rolfe, Benjamin, 151. 

Mrs., 151. 
Rollin, Gertrude B., 94. 
Rollins, Abigail, 106, 127. 

Alice, 61, 02, 64, 110, 111, 154, 
157. 

Asa, 127, 128. 

Benjamin, 111. 

Bethene, 112. 

Clarissa, 162. 

Daniel, 127, 170. 

Deborah, 53, 105, 106, 111, 112, 
160. 

Edward, 106. 

Elisha, 127. 

Elsie, 107. 

Elizabeth, 1. 

George, 21, 24, 74. 

Hannah, 4, 60, 111, 127, 161. 

Ichabod, 106, 149. 

James, 106, 111, 112, 160. 

John, 61, 65, 105, 106. 

Jonathan, 110. 

Joseph, 2, 105, 110, 152. 

Levi, 127, 128. 

Lydia, 64. 

Mark, 127. 

Mary, 105, 106, 127, 159, 177. 

Mehitable, 118. 

Nancy, 127, 162. 

Nicholas, 127, 128, 162. 

Noah, 110. 

Paul, 154. 

Phebe, 43. 

Rebecca, 50. 

Samuel, 53, 60, 61, 62, 64, 109, 
110, 111, 154. 

Sarah, 3, 105, 106, 110. 

Sherburne, 113. 

Susanna, 159. 
Rose, Roger, 104. 
Ross, Hannah, 130. 
Rouseley, Mrs., 175. 

Robert, 173. 
Rowe, Abigail, 119. 

Anna, 1U8. 

Benjamin, 111. 

Comfort, 157. 

Deborah, 110. 

Elizabeth, 42, 64. 

Joseph, 154, 171. 

Joseph F., 169. 

Mary, 61. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Rowe, Miss, 1G8. 

Moses, 110. 

Rachel, GO, 61, 63, 64, 111, 154, 
157. 

Sarah, 136. 

Thomas, 57, 60, 61, 63, 64, 111, 
154, 157. 

William, 63. 
Rowell, Abraham, 114. 

Daniel, 170. 

Dorothy, 4:!. 

Elizabeth, 132. 

Elizabeth R., 168. 

Hannah, 118. 

John, 118. 

Judith, 88. 

Philip, 80. 

Wid.. 39. 
Rowen, Margaret, 43. 

Mary, S6. 
Rnmrill, Rachel, 88. 
Rnndlett, Beniah, 113. 

Benjamin, 87. 

Charles, 152. 

David, 126. 

Dorothy, 180. 

Elijah, 115. 

Elizabeth, 120. 

George, 30, 74. 

John, 113, 180. 

Jonathan, 116. 

Lydia, 116. 

Mary, 182. 

Nancy, 184. 

Sarah, 119. 

Satchwell, 25, 74. 

Simeon, 119. 

True, 177. 
Runnells, William, 44. 
Rust, Eliza, 142. 

Henry, 55. 
Byrnes, Mary, 50, 52, 53, 56. 

Mrs., 175. 

Samuel, 53, 54, 173. 

William, 54. 
Safford, Moses A., 45. 
Sagart, John, 44. 
Salonette, Claude, 76. 
Salstonstal, Col., 152. 

Nathaniel, 149. 
Samburn, see Sanborn. 
Sa inborn, see Sanborn. 
Samour, see Lamour. 
Sampson, K., 51. 
Sanborn, Abigail, 87, 168. 

Abner, 134. 

Abraham, 177. 

Alice, 133. 

Apphia, 40. 



Sanborn, Benjamin, 42, 168, 171. 
Catherine, 132. 
Charles, 169. 
Corson, 133. 
David, 130, 168. 
Deborah, 86. 
Dorothy, 41. 
Kbenez'er, 107, 169. 

Elijah, 131. 

Elizabeth, 42, 43, 131, 132. 

Enoch, 4."., 132. 

Hannah, 136. 

Henry, 182. 

Huldah, 130. 

Isaac, 131. 

James, 120. 

Jesse, 127. 

Jethro, 42, 129. 

Joanna, SS. 

John, 87, 91, 114, 167. 

John C, 177. 

Jonathan, 37, 38, 89, 90, L32, 
181. 

Love, 41. 

Lydia, 115. 

Mary, 86, 133. 

M . Ray, 48. 

Moses I)., 179. 

Nancy, 113, 120. 

Paul, 42. 

Peter, 38, 132. 

Phebe, 133. 

Phineas, 167. 

Reuben, 41, 171. 

Samuel, 45, 89, 178. 

Sarah, 41, 114, 120, 136. 

Timothy, 42. 

Tristram, 40, 131. 

William, 44, 119, 133, 134. 

Worster, 89. 

Zadock, 88. 
Sanders, see Saunders. 
Sanderson, Peter, 178. 
Sanno, Peter, 69, 76. 
Sargent, Aaron, 44. 

Benjamin, 100. 

David, 88. 

Edward, 82. 

Bannah, 7. 

Joseph, 63. 

Martha, 88. 

Rachel, 129. 

Ruth, 60, 62, 53, 56. 

Samuel, 89, 134. 

Sterling, 45. 
Sarjeant, see Sargent. 
Satterly, Miriam, 91. 
Saunders, Joseph, 80. 

Mary, 43. 



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Saunders, Sarah, 77. 
Savage, Elizabeth, 51, 52, 56. 

John, 174, 176. 

Mrs., 175, 176. 
Sawyer, Dorothy, 44. 

Elizabeth, 89. 

Jacob, 35. 

Miriam, 36. 

Moses, 86, 90. 

Sarah, 35. 

Stephen, 34. 

William, 139, 189. 
Sayer, Benjamin, 39. 

Mary, 90. 

Miriam, 45. 
Sayward, Hannah, 7. 
Scales, John, 57. 

Matthew, 57. 
Scammon, Comfort S., 165. 

Elizabeth, 162. 

Hezekiah, 162. 

Humphrey, 6. 

James, 127, 162. 

Mary, 162. 

Rachel, 162. 

Richard, 162. 

Samuel, 162. 

William, 162. 
Scates, John, 23, 74. 

Joshua, 24, 73. 
Scribner, Elizabeth, 129. 

Grace, 168. 

Hannah, 129. 

John, 44, 136. 

Margaret, 41. 

Martha, 40. 
Scrievner, Benjamin, 41. 

Elsie, 89. 
Scylla, see Cilley. 
Seavey, Benjamin, 92. 

Damaris, 92. 

Ebenezer, 53. 

Elizabeth, 92. 

Eunice, 2, 48. 

Helen, 95. 

Henry, 92. 

John, 92. 

Mary, 92. 

Mrs., 50, 56. 

Rebecca, 92. 

Samuel, 92. 

Sidney L., 191. 

Stephen, 92. 

Tamson, 92. 

Thomas, 53, 92. 

William, 51, 92. 
Seaward, Benjamin, 19, 73. 

Henry, 59. 

Mrs., 175. 



Seaward, Sarah, 59. 

William, 59. 
Sedey, John, 66, 74. 
Sever, Martha, 167. 

Mr., 137. 

Thomas, 42. 
Severance, Anna, 167. 

Benjamin, 42, 135. 

Ebenezer, 89. 

Elizabeth, 90, 135. 

Ephraim, 44. 

Hannah, 88, 169. 

Jacob, 86. 

Jonathan, 87. 

Lydia, 90. 

Mary, 41. 

Samuel, 171. 
Severns, Ephraim, 38. 
Sevey, see Seavey. 
Seward, see Seaward. 
Shackford, Elizabeth, 107. 

John, 9, 107. 

Joshua, 111. 

Josiah, 71. 

Mary, 111. 

Mr., 28. 

Paul, 107. 

Samuel, 55, 107. 

Sarah, 56, 106. 
Shaft'en, Patrick, 2. 
Shagford, see Shackford. 
Shannon, Richard C, 96, 140. 

Nathaniel, 140. 
Shapleigh, Dependence, 6. 

John, 146. 

Martha, 58. 

Nicholas, 58, 59, 146. 

Sarah, 58. 
Shapley, see Shapleigh. 
Shaw, Benjamin, 135. 

Elizabeth, 114. 

George, 30, 73. 

Nancy, 178. 

Samuel, 181. 
Shepard, Benjamin, 90. 

Daniel, 44. 

James, 88. 

Joanna, 129. 

Jonathan, 135. 

Joseph, 115. 

Samuel, 126, 127, 164. 
Sherburne, Annie, 96. 

Elizabeth, 54. 

Henry, 53, 54, 173, 175. 

J. H., 95. 

John, 50, 53, 54, 55, 173, 175. 

Mary, 51, 52, 56. 

Miss, 95. 

Mrs., 56, 175. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Sherburne, Priscilla, 53. 

Samuel, 81. 

Sarah, 51, 52, 5:;. 

Thomas, 54. 
Shipway, Ann, 51. 
Shores, John, 22, 74. 

Peter, 71. 
Shortridge, Mrs., 176. 

1!., 51. 

Richard, 174, 176. 
Si (ley, see Sedey. 
Silloway, see Sulloway. 
Silver, Ruth, DO. 
Simmons, Mary, 42. 
Simson, see Simpson. 
Simpson, John, 27, 72. 

Lovey, 114. 

Mr., 84. 

Thomas, 55. 
Sinart, Robert, 2. 
Sinkler, Ann, 88. 
Sleeper, Abigail, 40, 90, 133. 

Ann, 132. 

Anne, 45. 

Benjamin, 00. 

David, 41. 

Dorothy, 132. 

Dudley, 136. 

Edward, 42. 

Elizabeth, 41, 132, 183. 

Ezekiel, 168. 

Hannah, 88, 91, 170. 

Henry, 136. 

Jacob, 131. 

Jedediah, 178. 

John, 40. 

Jonathan, 40. 

Levi, 169. 

Love, 40, 91. 

Martha, 168. 

Mary, 44, 132, 134, 171. 

Mehitable, 134. 

Mrs., 38. 

Samuel, 40. 

Sanborn, 168. 

Sherburne, 90. 

Stephen, 45. 

William, 42, 170. 
Slope r. John, 73, 174. 

Lieut,, 173. 

Mr., 175. 

Mrs., 175. 
Smart, John, 89. 
Smith, Aaron, 126. 

Abigail, 13, 42, 108, 125, 168. 

Abraham, 43. 

Alexander, 91. 

Ann, 119. 

Anna, 125. 



Smith, Asa, 162. 

Benjamin M., 119. 

liridget, 41. 

Chase, 87. 

Charity, 186. 

Daniel, 26, 74, 89, 136. 

Deborah, 44. 

Deliverance, 43. 

Dorothy, 125, 12(5. 

Ebenezer, 127. 

Klias, 58. 

Elizabeth, 5, 13, 42, 87, 89, 131. 

Greenleaf, 118. 

Han nali, 43, 54, 134. 

llepzibah, 43. 

Hczekiah, 126. 

Isaac, 42. 

Isaiah, ISO. 

Israel, 4:1, 63. 

Jacob, 45, 168. 

Jabez, 53. 

Jemima, 89. 

Jennie, 90. 

Jerusha, 126. 

Joanna, 89, 130. 

John, 13, 43, 51, 52, 53, 125, 

126, 168. 
John W., 86. 
Jonathan, 170. 
Joshua, 133. 
Josiah, 6, 13, 113, 180. 
Louisa, 178. 
Lydia, 41. 
Margaret, 40, 90. 
Mary, 13, 41, 43, 125, 127, 167. 
Meribah, 54. 
Mr., 84, 154. 
Nathaniel, 180. 
Nicholas, 89, 150. 
Oliver, 44. 
Rachel, 45, 114, 162. 
Rebecca, 53, 171. 
Reuben, 134. 
Richard, 133. 
Robert, 89, 135. 
Ruth, 162. 
Samuel, 71. 
Samuel (J., 13. 

Sarah, 12, 13, 54, 120, 126, 133. 
Sergt., 149, 150. 
Simeon P., 170. 
Solomon, 162. 
Susanna, 41, 53, 94. 
Theophilus, 12, 13. 

Thomas, 23, 72, 86. 
William, 13, 40, 168, 171. 
Snell, Elizabeth, 51, 52, 54, 66. 
George, 50, 52, 54, 55, 172, 173. 
Hannah, 50, 51, 56. 



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Snell, John, 54, 174. 
Snider, Mark, 19, 74. 
Snow, Anna, 89. 

Elizabeth, 91. 

Joshua, 40. 
Speed, Nancy, 183. 
Spencer, Mary, 101. 

Robert, 30, 72. 
Spenly, John, 72. 
Spering, Elizabeth, 106. 
Spiller, Josiah, 114. 
Spinney, George, 24, 72. 

Grace, 56. 

Mary, 6. 

Thomas, 98. 

Timothy, 5. 
Spofford, Samuel, 168. 
Stackpole, Charles, 26. 

Ebenezer, 28, 72. 
Stacy, William, 145. 
Staniel, Dorothy, 40. 
Stanyan, Mary, 39. 
Staples, Benjamin, 4. 

Catherine, 5. 

Josiah, 5. 

Jotham, 27. 

Robert, 4. 

Tobias, 5. 
Stearns, Esther, 180. 

William, 116, 120, 177, 178, 179, 
184. 
Stephens, see Stevens. 
Stephenson, see Stevenson. 
Stevens, Aaron, 42. 

Abigail, 41. 

Benjamin, 135. 

Chase, 167. 

Ebenezer, 131. 

Edward, 135. 

Elizabeth, 135. 

Hannah, 41, 120. 

John, 88, 108, 111, 115, 131, 
155, 168, 182. 

Jonathan, 184. 

Martha, 54. 

Mary, 41, 107, 111, 131, 155. 

Mehitable, 42. 

Moses, 19, 43, 86. 

Patience, 44. 

Paul, 181. 

Rachel, 127. 

Samuel, 40, 44, 132, 153. 

Sarah, 107, 108, 127, 131, 134. 

Timothy, 135. 

William, 20, 71, 107, 120. 
Stevenson, Cato, 22. 
Steward, Daniel, 72. 

Robert, 39. 
Stileman, Elias, 49, 51, 83. 



Stileman, Major, 176. 

Miss, 176. 
Stimpson, Bartholomew, 153. 
Stocker, Sarah, 168. 
Stockman, Dorothy, 82. 

Mr., 79. 

Robert, 37. 
Stoghton, see Stoughton. 
Stone, A. H., 144. 

Daniel, 144. 

Gabriel, 23. 

Mary, 144. 
Storer, Jeremy, 83. 

Lieut., 150. 

Mrs., 83. 
Stoughton, L. H., 138. 

William, 98. 
Stover, John, 145. 
Straw, Benjamin, 171. 

David, 88. 

Dorothy, 182. 

Ebenezer, 117. 

Elizabeth D., 117. 

Hannah, 182. 

Hannah C, 117. 

Josiah, 117. 

Lydia, 117. 

Mary, 117. 

Mehitable, 117. 

Rhoda, 181. 

Rosalinda, 117. 

Sarah, 117. 

William, 117, 181. 

Zipporah, 182. 
Strong, Aaron, 144. 
Stuart, Anna, 89. 

Grace, 177. 

Jean, 45. 

Samuel, 90. 

Sarah, 45. 
Stutly, Elizabeth, 8. 
Sullivan, Ebenezer, 7. 

James, 19, 73. 
Sulloway, Jacob, 43. 

Mary, 43, 45. 

William, 40. 
Swain, Daniel, 47, 

Deborah, 143. 

Jacob, 178. 

John A., 47. 

Mary, 114. 

Nathan, 182. 

Richard, 143. 
Swazey, Joseph, 94. 
Sweat, Benjamin, 37, 38, 91. 

Bethiah, 44. 

Elisha, 37, 39. 

Elizabeth, 44. 

Esther, 44. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Sweat, John, 38. 

John I).. 130. 

Joseph, 88. 

Lieut., 39. 

Mrs., 39. 

Nathan, 38, 30. 

Nathaniel, 171. 

Pompey, 73. 

Samuel, 130. 

Sarah, 37. 

Stephen, 39. 
Sweeney, Richard, 74. 
Swett, Jonathan, 8. 

Mehitable, 7. 
Tailor, see Taylor. 
Tandy, Abel, 45. 

Richard, 87. 

Samuel, 45. 

William, 42. 
Tanner, John, 22, 71. 
Tappen, Doct., 151. 
Tarlton, Richard, 146. 
Tash, Jone, 51. 
Tasker, Mercy, 9. 

Samuel, 102. 
Taylor, Capt., 102. 
' Edward, 101. 

David, 181. 

John, 17, 147. 

Jonathan, 41. 

Mary, 167. 

Penelope, 91. 

Phineas, 182. 
Thayer, Mary, 171, 
Thing, Abigail, 184. 

Anne, 133. 

Elizabeth, 184. 

Hannah, 135. 

James, 178. 

William, 167. 

Zebediah, 136. 
Thirston, see Thurston. 
Thomas, Hannah, 91. 

Joanna, 180. 

Rachel, 182. 

Stephen J., 10. 
Thompson, Benjamin, 46, 95, 160. 

Charles, 160. 

Ebenezer, 95. 

Edward, 103. 

Elizabeth, 57, 90. 

John, 8, 51. 

Jonathan, 132. 

Lucien, 144, 188. 

Lucinda J., 95. 

Lydia, 157. 

Mary, 95, 154. 

Noah, 154, 157. 

Phebe, 132. 



Thompson, Robert, 150. 

Samuel, 2, 57, 132, 160. 

Sarah, 160. 

Seth, 90. 

Susanna, 154, 157. 

Thomas, 70, 91. 

William, 120, 160. 
Thorn, Jemima, 91. 

Joanna, 177. 
Thresher, William, 66, 72. 
Thurla, Abisham, 131. 

John, 130. 

Sarah, 91. 

Tristram, 130. 
Thurston, Benjamin, 130. 

Elizabeth, 126. 

Joseph, 17. 

Moses, 87. 

William, 183. 
Tibbetts, Anna, 33. 

Charles W., 48, 96, 138, 139, 
188, 189. 

David, 33. 

Elijah, 33. 

Klizabeth, 31, 33, 47, 148. 

Ephraim, 33. 

Esther, 33. 

Ezekiel, 33. 

Ichabod, 26, 74. 

Jeremiah, 153. 

John, 33, 153. 

Joseph, 31, 33, 148. 

Love, 33. 

Mary, 33. 

Nathaniel, 145. 

Paul, 25, 72. 

Robert, 33. 

Rose, 33. 

Sarah, 33. 

Silas, 33. 

Simeon, 30, 74. 
Tidcom, see Titcomb. 
Tiffany, Humphrey, 79. 
Tilton, Aaron, 168. 

Abigail, 127. 

Abraham, 120, 180. 

Ebenezer, 181. 

Elizabeth, 131. 

Esther, 180. 

Hannah, 180. 

Isaac, 82. 

Isabell, 119. 

Lois, 132. 

John, 16, 182. 

Josiah, 182. 

Mary, 177. 

Mary B., 180. 

Mary D., 177. 

Samuel, 184. 



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227 



Tilton, Sarah, 183, 184. 

Wiiliam F., 179, 180. 
Tina, David, 65, 75. 
Titcomb, Beniah, 151. 
Tobey, James, 104. 
Todd, John, 186. 

Mary C, 186. 

Sarah D., 186. 

Susanna, 177. 
Tole, see Towle. 
Tompson, see Thompson. 
Tongue, Stephen, 86. 
Toogood, Edward, 55. 

Mr., 174. 

Mrs., 175. 
Toppan, Abigail, 90. 

Amos, 130. 

Enoch, 2. 

Martha, 41. 
Torry, Elizabeth, 168. 
Tory, James, 34. 
Towle, Anna, 86. 

Benjamin, 142. 

Caleb, 91. 

Charles D., 110. 

Ebenezer, 44. 

Elisha, 87. 

Gardner, 116, 

George W., 116. 

James, 169. 

Joseph, 116, 117, 184. 

Joseph W., 117. 

Judith, 171. 

Levi, 116. 

Levi G., 116. 

Mary, 91, 134. 

Nancy, 116, 117. 

Panny, 116. 

Sarah, 116, 168. 

Simeon, 120. 

William, 131. 
Towns, George, 69, 76. 
Trask, John, 116. 
Trickey, Abigail, 63. 

Alice, 63. 

Deborah, 111. 

Elihu, 64. 

Elizabeth, 63, 154. 

Ephraim, 63. 

Isaac, 63, 154. 

Joanna, 107. 

John, 9, 63, 64, 111. 

Jonathan, 63. 

Joseph, 63. 

Joshua, 1. 

Lemuel, 3, 111. 

Mary, 63, 64, 107, 110, 111. 

Sarah, 63, 154. 

Thomas, 63, 107, 108, 110, 111. 



Trigal, Julien, 67, 75. 
Tripe, see Tripp. 
Tripp, Lucy, 4. 
Tubb, William, 65. 
Trull, Judith, 42. 
True, Reuben, 133. 

Waity, 114. 
Tuck, Dr., 133. 

Hannah, 169. 

Sarah, 168. 

Susanna, 134. 
Tucker, Benjamin, 167. 

Daniel, 134. 

Elizabeth, 87. 

Ezra, 42, 91. 

Hannah, 45. 

Jacob, 177. 

John, 48, 50, 55, 83, 86, 146, 173. 

Jonathan, 39. 

Joseph, 133. 

Judith, 130. 

Mary, 44, 135. 

Mrs., 174. 

Samuel, 39, 88. 

Thomas W., 164. 

True, 168. 

Trustrum, 3. 

Wid., 51. 
Tukesbury, Sarah, 167. 
Turkan, John, 72. 
Turner, Major, 151. 
Turvin, Jonathan, 136. 
Tuttle, James, 152. 

John, 7. 

Thomas, 31. 
Twing, Nathaniel, 71. 
Twombly, Anna, 31. 

Esther, 47. 

John, 31. 

Moses, 66, 74. 
Usher, John, 100. 
Van-Teil, Capt., 145. 
Varnum, Abigail, 88. 

Martha, 119. 
Varney, Amos, 32. 

Anne, 34. 

Elizabeth, 35. 

Jacob, 34. 

James, 34. 

Joshua, 36. 

Joseph, 32. 

Martha, 31. 

Mary, 31, 32, 34, 36. 

Micajah, 34. 

Paul, 34. 

Samuel, 31, 32. 

Sarah, 31, 32. 

Shubael, 32. 

Simeon, 32. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Varney, Solomon, 32. 
Temperance, 34. 
Thomas, 32. 
Timothy, 32. 
Vaughan, George, 55. 
Major, 104, 172, 175. 
William, 173. 
Veazey, Jeremiah, 135. 
Samuel, 124. 
Sarah, 124. 
Vincent, Elizabeth, 6. 
Thomas, 1. 
William, 10. 
Vrin, John, 174, 176. 
Mrs., 176. 
William, 80. 
Wade, John, 100. 
Major, 85. 
Mr., 85. 
Wadleigh, Achsa, 131. 
Anna, 131. 
Edward, 119. 
Elizabeth, 134. 
Enoch, 120. 
George H., 189. 
Hannah, 43. 
John, 89. 
Mary, 88. 
Rachel, 133. 
Sarah, 43, 169. 
Thomas, 43. 
Wainwright, John, 151. 

Simon, 151. 
Wakefield, Mr., 150. 
Walden, John, 129. 
Waldron, Ann, 79. 
Anna, 137. 
Col., 79. 
Hannah, 79. 
Major, 80. 
Mr., 102, 137. 
Mrs., 137. 
Richard, 137, 172. 
Walker, Abigail, 62. 
Ann, 9. 
Anna, 63, 106. 
Bridget, 63. 
Daniel, 4, 160. 

Deliverance, 64, 106, 111, 157. 
Ebenezer, 111. 
Edward, 3, 64, 106, 109, 111, 

158, 160. 
Eleanor, 8. 
Elizabeth, 5, 8. 
George, 174, 176. 
John, 57, 174. 
Joseph, 51, 62, 109, 155. 
Joshua, 111. 
Lemuel, 109. 



Walker, Lydia, 158. 

Martha, 111. 

Mary, 106, 109, 155. 

Mrs., 175, 176. 

Olive, 109. 

Richard, 155. 

Sarah, 4, 111, 158, 160. 

Seth, 64. 

William, 173, 175. 

William D., 141. 
Wall, John, 21, 73. 
Wallace, Alice, 115. 
Wallingford, Charity, 59, 62,63,64, 
108, 154, 155. 

Frances, 108. 

John, 02, 63, 64, 108, 1-54, 155. 

Judith, 155. 

Mary, 62. 

Patience, 62. 

Peter, 64. 

Phebe, 62. 

Sarah, 62. 

Susanna, 154. 
Wallis, George, 182. 

Samuel, 115. 
Walton, Frances, 57, 61, 158. 

George, 57, 108. 

Patience, 108. 

Samuel, 64. 

Sarah, 134. 
Wanerson, Sagamore, 149. 
Waples, Paul, 4. 
Ward, William, 21, 71. 
Warren, George, 1. 
Waterhouse, Mrs., 175. 

S., 50. 

Sarah, 56, 105, 109. 

William, 109. 
Waters, Joseph, 159. 

William, 66, 73. 
Watkins, Thomas, 70, 72. 
Watson, Abigail, 41. 

Daniel, 90. 

David, 181. 

Ebenezer, 90. 

Elizabeth, 132. 

Hannah, 87. 

John, 116. 
Mary, 118. 
Timothy, 66, 72. 
Waycome, Mrs., 174. 

Thomas, 173. 
Waymouth, Tabitha, 34. 
Weare, Elias, 149. 

Joseph, 43. 
Weaver, Richard, 72. 
Webb, Daniel, 170. 
Webber, Elizabeth, 59. 
James, 59. 



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229 



Webber, Lydia, 6. 

Mrs., 175. 

Richard, 173. 

William, 59. 
Webster, Abigail, 87. 

Abraham, 129. 

Alice, 43. 

Andrew, 39. 

Ann, 44. 

Benjamin, 39, 87, 132. 

Caleb, 130. 

Daniel, 91. 

Ebenezer, 38. 

Elizabeth, 40, 41, 90, 129, 170. 

Hannah, 87. 

Iddo, 43. 

Isaac, 43. 

Jacob, 171. 

John, 37. 

Jonathan, 39. 

Joseph, 43, 45. 

Josiah, 115. 

Margaret, 87. 

Martha, 42. 

Mary, 40, 167, 171. 

Miriam, 44. 

Nathan, 40. 

Samuel, 39, 40. 

Sarah, 42, 129, 134, 171. 

Stephen, 88. 

Susan, 170. 

Thomas, 170. 

William, 169. 
Wedgood, Jesse, 25. 

John, 75. 
Wedgwood, William, 179. 
Weed, David, 41. 

Dorothy, 43. 

Mrs., 147. 

Nathaniel, 147. 
Weeks, Ira, 163. 

Joshua, 55. 

Leonard, 173. 

Mary, 51, 95, 120, 121. 

Mary W., 163. 

Nancy, 123, 163. 

Samuel, 24. 

Susan, 163. 

Walter, 121, 123, 163. 
Weilhelm, see Williams. 
Welch, Ashbel, 189. 

Avery, 132. 

John T., 188. 

Joseph, 88. 

Lois, 135. 

Martha, 89. 

Mary, 40. 

Paul, 25. 

Samuel, 43. 



Wells, Edward, 174, 176. 

Martha, 88. 

Mr., 132. 

Mrs., 176. 

John, 119. 

Luke, 84. 

Peter, 176. 
Wentworth, Ephraim, 102. 

Mrs., 150. 

William, 84. 
West, Daniel, 41. 

John, 131. 

Jonathan, 168. 

Nehemiah, 135. 
Westbrook, Alice, 50, 56. 

John, 173, 175. 

Martha, 51. 

Mrs., 175. 
Westcoat, Daniel, 173. 
Weston, Elizabeth B., 186. 
Weyman, Samuel, 72. 
Weymouth, Sarah, 103. 

Tabitha, 34. 

William, 103. 
Wheeler, Anna, 182. 

Elizabeth, 135. 

John, 146. 

Judith, 115. 

Mrs., 146. 
Wheelwright, Charles C, 184. 

Jeremiah, 144, 186. 

Mary, 144, 186. 

Samuel, 98. 
Whidden, Elizabeth, 56. 

John, 42. 

Margaret, 54. 

Mary, 50, 56. 

Michael, 55. 

Mrs., 50, 175. 

Samuel, 54, 173, 175. 

Wid., 175. 
Whicher, see Whitcher. 
Whipple, Robert, 71. 
Whitcher, Elizabeth, 89. 

Mary, 104, 170, 181. 

Peter, 170. 

William, 184. 
White, John, 129. 

Mrs., 175. 

Nathan, 55, 173, 175. 

Philip, 173. 

Richard, 55. 

Salome, 50, 56. 

William, 55. 
Whitehouse, Ebenezer, 23, 75. 

Elizabeth, 36. 

John, 184. 

Richard, 173. 

Thomas, 151. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Whitaker, Moses, 133. 
Whiting, Capt., 85. 
Whittemore, Arthur G., 188. 

Joseph, 72. 
Wicher, see Whitcher. 
Wiggin, Abigail, 125, 161. 

Andrew, 52, 55, 121, 123, 124, 
125, 152. 

Andrew N„ 166. 

Ann, 123, 125. 

Anna, 15, 121, 166. 

Benjamin, 14, 166. 

Bradstreet, 14, 124, 163. 

Charlotte, 15. 

Chase, 14, 124, 126. 

Comfort, 14, 124. 

Daniel, 126, 161. 

David, 14, 128, 161. 

Deborah, 15, 126. 

Deborah T., 15. 

Dorothy, 123, 127, 164. 

Elijah, 125. 

Eliphelet, 122, 123. 

Elizabeth, 15, 124, 161, 164. 

George, 15, 126, 162. 

Gideon, 162. 

Hannah, 122, 125, 126, 128, 161. 

Henry, 163, 

Hiram, 166. 

Isaac, 124. 

Issachar, 8. 

James J., 166. 

James M., 162. 

James W., 164. 

Jewett, 121. 

John, 163. 

Jonathan, 15. 

Joseph, 14, 15, 16, 124. 

Josiah P., 14. 

Judah, 15. 

Judith, 164. 

Justin, 15. 

Levi, 162. 

Lida, 121, 125, 161. 

Loker, 17. 

Lydia, 127. 

Margaret, 163. 

Mark 166. 

Martha, 14, 16, 121, 125, 162. 

Martha R., 14. 

Mary, 14, 15, 116, 121, 123, 124, 
125, 161, 163, 166. 

Mehitable, 15, 166. 

Mercy, 127. 

Moses, 124. 

Nancy, 122, 161, 163, 170, 183. 

Nathan, 121, 166. 

Nathaniel, 162. 

Noah, 14. 



Wiggin, Olive, 15, 162. 

Patience, 14, 15. 

Paul, 14. 

Phebe, 121, 161, 163. 

Phineas, 125. 

Rachel, 15. 

Richard R., 14. 

Samuel, 15, 125. 

Sarah, 15, 161, 162, 166. 

Shadrach, 161. 

Sherburne, 163. 

Simon, 122. 

Susanna, 14. 

Thomas, 15, 10, 125, 126, 161, 
163. 

Thomas B., 126. 

Uriah, 166. 

Walter, 15. 

Walter W., 166. 

Walton, 15. 

William, 15. 

Winthrop, 14, 124. 

Zebulon, 164, 166. 
Wigglesworth, Col., 142. 

Michael, 104. 
Wilkins, Erasmus, 104. 
Wille, see Willey. 
Willey, John, 2. 

Mary, 102. 

Mrs., 56. 

Rachel, 120. 

Samuel, 102. 

William, 148. 
Williams, Benjamin, 160. 

Elizabeth C, 170. 

Hendrick, 27. 

Henry, 27, 71. 

John, 5, 27. 

Judith, 168. 

Lewis, 173, 175. 

Mr., 101. 

Mrs., 102, 142, 175. 

Nathaniel, 180. 

Robert, 65, 73. 

Sarah, 136. 

William, 174. 
Willoughby, Mrs., 170. 

William, 174, 176. 
Wilson, Edward, 74. 

Benjamin, 114, 135. 
Winchester, Josiah, 66. 
Wingate, John, 79. 

Samuel, 33. 
Winkley, Daniel, 47. 

Deborah, 94. 

Francis, 94. 

John, 94. 

Martha, 94. 

Mary, 94. 



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231 



Winkley, Samuel, 46. 
Winsle, see Winslow. 
Winsley, see Winslow. 
Winslow, Elizabeth, 42, 182. 

Hannah, 134. 

John, 129, 167. 

Joseph, 116. 

Martha, 134. 

Mary, 87. 

Oliver, 34. 

Samuel, 39, 44, 129. 

Simon, 119. 
Wise, Abigail, 86. 

Jeremy, 151. 
Witham, Abner, 6. 

Eunice, 6. 

Henry, 156. 

Joseph, 156, 159. 

Jude, 64. 

Mark, 156. 

Mary, 6, 61, 108, 156. 

Mercy, 156, 159. 

Peter, 61. 

Sarah, 64. 

William, 61. 
Witherell, Hiram, 165. 
Wood, Asa, 177. 

Herbert, 76. 

Samuel, 87. 
Woodey, Elizabeth. 109. 
Woodman, Benjamin, 144. 

Capt., 153. 

Catherine, 7. 

Edward, 144. 

Eunice, 90. 

John, 104, 144, 148. 

Jonathan, 5, 131, 144. 

Joseph, 131. 



Woodman, Mary, 136. 

Moses, 130. 

Sarah, 132, 144. 
Wooster, see Worster. 
Worster, Benjamin, 23, 75. 

Philip, 23, 73. 

Sarah, 42. 
Worthen, Ezra, 129. 

Isaac, 65, 74. 
Wright, James, 66, 73. 

Nathaniel, 52. 

Thomas, 51, 55. 
Wyman, Bridget, 42. 
Yates, Bartholomew, 30. 
Yeaton, Hopley, 71. 

John, 71. 

Mary, 30. 
Yeuren, Jean, 44. 
York, Charlotte, 133. 

John, 44. 

Mary, 119. 
Young, Aaron, 39. 

Anna, 8, 89. 

Dorothy, 91. 

Dudley, 90. 

Elizabeth, 40, 130. 

Hannah, 88. 

Hezekiah, 43. 

Joanna, 130. 

John, 44, 45, 84, 102. 

Jonathan, 41, 130. 

Joseph, 43, 90. 

Robert, 80. 

Sarah, 44, 45. 

Thomas, 103. 

William, 88. 
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BOOKS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 
Dover Historical Collections, Vol. I, pp. 305. By Dover 
Historical Society, Dover, N. H. 1894. Price $3.00. 
The New Hampshire Genealogical Society have a few 
volumes of the above work, new, which they are willing to sell 
for the price quoted or to exchange for standard genealogical 
works. 

Address, C. W. Tibbetts, 

Financial Agt. N. H. Gen. Society, 

Dover, N. H. 

The Essex Antiquarian 

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