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PORTSMOUTH 
NEW HAM PSMIR-E. 




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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. IV. 

January 1907 — October 1907. 



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

1907. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME IT. 

January 1907 — October 1907. 

American Revolutionary Naval Service 25 

Launching of the Continental Frigate Raleigh 25 

The Continental Frigate Boston 26 

Original Draft of Report of Capt. Hector McNeil, to 

the Marine Committee of Congress 27 

Names of Officers and Men belonging to the Conti- 
nental Frigate Boston 31 

Extracts from the Journal of Benjamin Crowning- 
shield 37 

Book Notices 92, 139 

Change of Date 13 

Donations 48, 96, 144, 192 

Effing Town Records 83, 131, 165 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 83, 131, 165 

First Congregational Church Records, Roches- 
ter, N. H 145 

Marriages by Rev. Amos Main, 1745 — 1757 145 

Marriages by Rev. Joseph Haven, 1776 — 1824 147 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting. .38, 65, 119, 159 

Family Records 38, 65, 119, 159 

Index of Names 193 

In Memoriam 81 

William Trickey Wentworth 81 

Kingston First Church Records 173 

Kingston Marriages 173 

Legislation 95 

Marriages by Rev. John Osborne, Lee, N. H 75, 125, 181 

Marriages by Rev. John Pike, Dover, N. H. and 

Vicinity, 1686—1709 9 

Newington Church Becords 14, 59, 105, 153 

Baptisms 14, 59, 105, 153 

North Church Records, Portsmouth, N. H 49, 97 

List of Members, 1699. Concluded 49 

Baptisms 51, 97 

Queries 45, 92, 141, 188 

Reward Offered r 82 

Stratham Genealogical Records 20, 71, 113 

Births, Marriages and Deaths 20, 71, 113 

The Traill and Spence Families of Portsmouth, 

N. H 1 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. IV. Dover, N. H., January, 1907. No. 1. 

THE TRAILL AND SPENCE FAMILIES 
OF PORTSMOUTH, N. H. 



By Capt. Geo. A. Gordon, Genealogist of the N. H. Society of 

Colonial Wars. 



The forbears of the Traill and Spence families have been 
long established in the Orkneys, a group of islands in the 
North Sea off the coast of the extreme northern point of 
Scotland. Anderson, in Q-enealogy and Surnames, (Edin- 
burgh, 1885), asserts that the name Traill was originally 
Tyrrell. Fordun's Scottish Chronicle, a reputable authority, 
says the Bishop of St. Andrews, Scotland, A. D. 1385-1406, 
spelled his name Walterus Treyl. A nephew of the Bishop, 
Sir Thomas Treyl, was victor in a tournament at Berwick, 
in the reign of Robert III, 1390-1406. Robert Keith's Cata- 
logue of Scottish Bishops, (Edinburgh 1824), declares Bishop 
Treyl to have belonged to the house of Blebo, Fifeshire. Sir 
James Balfour's Ms., (London 1724), says the Bishop purchas- 
ed the lands of Blebo and transmitted them to his posterity. 
Alexander Trail, of Blebo, nourished A. D. 1564-1583; after 
whom occur three John Trails, in succession, to 1622. In 
1567, this entry is made in the family history, "About this 
time, two of the younger sons of the house of Blebo went to 
the Orkneys." The family, seated hi Fifeshire, commonly 
write the name, Treil; while their kinsmen in the Orkneys 
invariably write, Traill. Alexander der Traill, of Blebo, was 
a subscriber to the bond in defence of King James VI, in 
1567. 

ARMS: Nisbet's Heraldry, quoting the Lyon register, says: 
The crest of the Trails of Blebo is a column set in the sea, 



2 TRAILL FAMILY. 

proper, with the motto, Discrimine solus. This crest and 
motto date from 1418, when an Alexander Trail, being ship- 
wrecked, was saved by clinging to a rock in the surf. 

The arms of the first Trail of Blebo, nephew of the Bishop 
of St. Andrew, are given: Azure; a chrevron between two 
niascles, in chief, or; and a trefoil, slipped, in base, within a 
bordure waved, urgent. 

The Orkney families have similar blazon. 

The seal of Walter Trayl, Bishop of St. Andrews, exhibits 
the same shield, supported by two lions. 

James Trayle seals with a similar device, 1467, and like- 
wise John Traill, baillie of St. Andrews, 1523. 

Sir Robert Stewart, of Strathdon, a natural son of King 
James V, by Euphemia Elphinstone, a daughter of Alexan- 
der, (the first Lord Elphinstone, slain at Flodden, 1513), 
and wife to John Bruce, of Cultmalindie, received a grant 
from his half sister, Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1565, of vacant 
crown lands in the Orkneys. In 1581, Sir Robert Stewart 
was created Earl of Orkney, by King James VI. His son, 
John, was created, 1633, Earl of Carrick. Robert Stewart, of 
Strathdon, married Janet Kennedy, a sister of Gilbert, fourth 
Earl of Cassilis, d. 1576, whose wife (m. 1566) was Margaret 
Lyon, a daughter of John, ninth Lord Glammis, d. 1553. She 
married (2) John Hamilton, first Marquis, who died 1604. 
She died, twice widowed, in 1616. 

1. Geoege 1 Teaill, a son of Alexander Traill of Blebo, 
Fifeshire, married Janet Kennedy, of Carmunks, a great- 
granddaughter of the second Earl of Cassilis, who was the vic- 
tim of a murderous assault, in 1527. She was a kinswoman 
of Sir Robert Stewart's wife and accompanied them to the 
Orkneys. George Traill settled on the island of Rousay, at 
Quarndal, about A. D. 1580. (See Bell's Life of Q. Mary). 

( 'liildren: 

2. i, Thomas, 

3. ii, ELSPETH, m. Edward Fottinger. 

His wife dying, George Traill, married Isabel Craigie, a 
daughter of the Craigies of Gairsay. They had thirteen chil- 
dren, seven sons and six daughters, viz: 

4. i, Robkrt. 

5. ii, Jambs. 

6. iii, William. 

7. iv, John. 

8. v, Patrick, b. 1627, d. 1690; m. Elspeth Fottinger. 

9. vi, Hugh. 

10. vii, George, 



TRAILL FAMILY. 3 

11. viii, Jean; m. John Howison. 

12. ix, BakbakA; m. Patrick Fea. 

13. x, Anabel. 

14. xi, Mabgabet. 

15. xii, Helen; m. Thomas Kirkness. 

16. xiii, Elspeth; m. Edward Mowat. 

2. Thomas 2 Traill, of Holland, was a colonel in the ser- 
vice of Gustavus Vasa, King of Sweden. On return from the 
continental wars, he purchased an estate, Papay Westray, on 
the island of Rousay (Rolfs isle), which he named Holland, 
and transmitted the title to his descendants. He married, 
1632, Marian Craigie, a sister of his father's second wife. 

They were daughters of Sir William Craigie, of Gairsay. 

Children: 

17. i, Geoege; m. 1666, Katherine Baikie; (2) 1669, Mary Gra- 

ham; (3) 1705, Marjorie Foulis. 

18. ii, Patbick, b. 1641; m. 1669, Elspeth Baikie. 

19. iii, Thomas, of Skaill, Westray; m. 1675, Elspeth Scolley. 

20. iv, William; m. Isabel Graham. 

21. v, Elizabeth; m. 1662, George Liddell. 

5. James 2 Traill, of Westove, married, 1668, Jean Cok, 
a daughter of Rev. Thomas Cok, of Lady kirk, Sanday. 

Children: 

22. i, Thomas, d. 1689; m. Anna Graham. 

23. ii, George, b. 1650; m. Elizabeth Irving, Anna Baikie. 

24. iii, William. 

25. iv, Nicola, b. 1655, d. 1688; m. David Covingtrie. 

26. v, Jean; m. Magnus Craigie. 

27. vi, Barbara; m. John Ogilvy. 

28. vii, Mabjobie; m. Thomas Loutit, John Nisbet. 

24. William 3 Traill, of Woodwick, a handsome estate 
on the southwest coast of the island of Rousay, known as 
Westness, married 15 November, 1679, Barbara Balfour, old- 
est daughter of George and Marjorie (Baikie) Balfour, of 
Pharay. Marjorie Baikie was baptized 6 June, 1659, a 
daughter of James and Barbara (Smith) Baikie, of Tanker- 
ness. 

The island of North Ronaldsay is included in the estate'of 

Woodwick. Before the erection of lighthouses, this island 

was much dreaded by mariners, so frequent were shipwrecks 

on its shores. 

Children: 

Geobge; m. 1712, Margaret Ballenden. 
William. 

James, b, 1683, d. 1733; m. 1712, Margaret Traill. 
Mabjobie, b. 1691; m. 1715, Charles Stewart. 
John, b. 1694, d. 1757; m. 1724, Mary Gale. Was a mer- 
chant of Boston, Mass, 
34. vi, David, 



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4 TRAILL FAMILY. 

30. William 4 Traill of Westness, married 16 January, 
1714, Isabel Fea, a daughter of William Fea, of Milnfield. 
In 1706, he was a burgess of Kirkwall. 

Children: 
:;.">. i, WlLUAM, bap. 15 April, 17L">; m. Miss Mocatd. Lieuten- 

ant in the Royal Navy of (Jreat Britain. 

36. ii, Robert. 

37. iii, Mart. 

38. tv, Isabel. 

39. v. Barbae \. 

10. \i. Marjorie. 

36. Robert 6 Traill, born on the island of Rousay, in 

the Orkneys, married in the summer of 1748 (intentions 
published at Boston, 9 July, 1748) Mary Whipple, born at 
Kittery, 13 January, 1728, a daughter of William and Mary 
(Cutts) Whipple, and sister of Gen. William Whipple, of 
Portsmouth, N. H., a signer of the Declaration of Indepen- 
dence of the United States of America. Robert Traill was 
a burgess of Kirkwall, in 1765. He was a merchant at Bos- 
ton and Portsmouth, between 1750 and 1785. He was the 
last comptroler of the port of Portsmouth, under the crown. 
In 1766, on his petition, the General Assembly of New 
Hampshire, passed an act, viz: "To secure to Robert Traill, 
Esq., the sole profit and advantage of Brewing and Vending 
Strong Beer, in that part of the province, lying on the North- 
erly and Easterly part of the Merrimack river, for the term 
of ten years. 

Robert Traill died at London, 22 February, 1785. His 
widow died at Portsmouth, N. H., 3 October, 1791. 

Children: 

41. i, John, b. 1749, d, infant. 

I-'. ii, ROBERT, b. 1761, d. in England, unmarried. 

13. iii, Mart, b. 1753, d. 1824; m. Keith Spence. 

11. iv, WILLIAM, b. 1755; m. Colebrook and resided in 

London. Issue, a son, who died unmarried. 

It will now be apparent that the genealogy of the Traills 
here passes into the Spence family, as the only descendants 
of Robert Traill derive issue from his daughter, Mary, wile 
tn Keith Spence. 



SPEXS . . . SPENCE. 

This family, long seated at Lathallan, Stirlingshire, and 
noted in Scotland as of high antiquity, is descended from 
Macduff, Earl of Fife, as is evidenced by the red lion ramp- 
ant in its armorial bearings. 



SPENCE FAMILY. 5 

When the Lyon register (Scotland) was formed in 1672, 
two gentlemen of the Lathallan Spences registered coats 
with the lion and a bend, as was found on the seal of David 
Spens, 1549. Spence, of Berriliole, was allowed a boar's 
head, erased, between two barrulets. In 1764, Thomas 
Spens, of Lathallan, recorded the bend, without the lion, add- 
ing two boars heads, one in chief and the other in base. In 
1766, the same gentleman entered his arms, the lion and the 
bend, with a Campbell quartering. In 1780, he once more 
registered, discarding the bend, but surrounding the lion with 
a bordure, yules, charged with eight roses, argent, indicating 
descent from Dunbar. Other branches of the family are de- 
signed: 

Of Kilspindy, who attained eminence in the reigns of Kings 
James I, and James II. 

Of Bodham, Aberdeenshire, who were free barons as early 
as the time of King James III. From them proceeded Count 
de Spens, of the Swedish nobility, generalissimo of the forces 
of Sweden. 

Of Wolmentum, a member of which was- ambassador, in 
1546, from Scotland to Sweden; more statesmen, politicians 
and soldiers proceed from this family than either of the 
others. 

Of Craigsanquhar, prominent in Fifeshire, since 1792, 
when they recovered estates, formerly held by the Spences, 
but alienated for more than a century. They derive origin 
from a younger son of the 16th Laird of Lathallan, and are 
survivors, today. 

At the submission of the Scottish nobility to King Edward 
III, of England, in 1296, this family had two representatives, 
Henry de Spens and Nicol de Spens. A son of Henry, 
Thomas de Spens, was associated, in 1320, with Sir Robert 
Keith, great Marischal of Scotland. The firm intimacy be- 
tween these gentlemen introduced the name, Keith, to the 
Spens family; though Thomas, Robert and William are com- 
mon. About 1435, the barony of Lathallan became forfeit 
to the crown. The Earl of Fife was dispossessed and the dig- 
nity and estates conferred on Spens, and have so contin- 
ued. Sir Patrick Spens commemorated in the ancient ballad, 
was of Aberdour, Fifeshire. The earliest seals of the family, 
known, are those of William de Spens, 1425; Hugh, 1428; 
John, 1444; Robert, 1456; Thomas, Bishop of Galloway, 
1451. 



6 SPENCE FAMILY. 

1. Keith 1 Spence born at Kirkwall in the Orkneys, a 
son of James and Janet (Blaw) Spence, came to New Eng- 
land shortly before, or during, the Revolutionary War. He 
followed a mercantile life at Boston and Portsmouth. At 
the latter, he married Mary Traill (43), and resided at Ports- 
mouth. He was appointed a purser in the United States 
navy, 10th of May, 1800, and served on the frigate Philadel- 
phia, under Captain Bainbridge. When the frigate fell into 
the power of Tripoli, in 1803, Spence was, with the other 
officers, captured, plundered, and confined in prison. On 
release, he resumed his position in the navy. He died the 
26th September, 1826, at New Orleans, while attached to 
the West India squadron. Mrs. Spence died at Portsmouth, 
13th January, 1824. 

Children: 

2. i, Maria Balfour, b. July 1781, d. sine prole; m. James 

Smith. 

3. ii, Habbiet Brackett, b. July, 1783, d. March, 1850. 

4. iii, Robert Traill, b. March, 1785, d. Sept., 1827. 

5. iv, William, b. 178G, d. March, 1801, at Boston. 

6. v, Graeme, d. January, 1869. 

7. vi, Louisa. 

3. Harriet 2 Brackett Spence, born July, 1783, at 
Portsmouth, N. H., died at Boston, Mass., 30th March, 1850; 
married, 2 October, 1806, Rev. Charles Lowell, born at 
Boston, 15 August, 1782, died at Boston, 20 January, 1861, 
a son of Hon. John and Rebecca (Russell) Lowell. He 
graduated at Harvard College, with the class of 1800, and 
received the degree of Doctor of Divinity, in 1823; studied 
divinity at the Edinburgh University and was ordained over 
the West Congregational church of Boston, 1 January, 1806, 
where he remained pastor for fifty years. 

Children: 

1. Charles Russell, b. 30 October, 1807, d. 23 January, 1870; m. 

13 April, 1832, Anna Cabot Jackson. 

2. Rebecca Russell, b. 17 June, 1809, d. 20 May, 1872. 

3. Mary T. Spence, b. 3 October, 1810; m. 25 April, 1832, Samuel 

Raymond Putnam. 

4. William K. Spence, b. 23 September, 1813, d. 12 February, 1823. 

5. Robert T. Spexck, b. 8 October, 1816, d. 12 September, 1891; m. 

28 October, 184-5, Marianne Duane. 
G. James Russell, b. 22 February, 1819, d. 12 August, 1891; m. 26 
December, 1844, Maria White, (2) Frances Dunlap. 

4. Robert 2 Traill Spence, was born at Portsmouth, 
N. H., 31st March, 1785, and died 26th September, 1827. 
He married at Baltimore, Maryland, Mary Clare Carroll, a 
daughter of Nicholas (born Macubbin) and Anne (Jennings) 



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10. 


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11. 


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SPENCE FAMILY. 7 

Carroll. In 1800, he entered the U. S. Navy as a midship- 
man, was promoted lieutenant in 1807, commander in 1813, 
and captain in 1815. He served under Commodore Preble in 
the war with Tripoli, and under Commodore Rodgers in the 
war with Great Britain, 1812-15. In 1822, he was senior 
officer of a fleet in West India waters, and was appointed to 
the command of the squadron; but died, at his residence near 
Baltimore, before entering upon that duty. 

Children: 

Ann Joseph A; m. Franklin Smith of Miss. 
Carroll, b. 1818. 
Robert Traill. 

Mary Clare; m. 1844, Oliver T. McGill, Register of Wills, 
Baltimore. 
Children. 

(1) Mary Clare 

(2) Roberta 

(3) Rebecca 

(4) Carroll 

(5) Lillie 

12. v, Roberta; m. Charles Brooke. 

13. vi, Charles Stewart; represented Baltimore in the Maryland 

legislature, 1845; secretary of legation, Constantinople, 
1853-57; envoy to Persia, 1857; died at Paris, France, un- 
married. 

14. vii, Stephen Decatur; midshipman U. S. Navy, 1841-49; U. S. 

marine corps, 1861. 

6. Graeme 2 Keith Spence was born at Portsmouth, N. 
H., and died 25 January, 1869. He married in 1820, Susan 
Shaw Randall, a daughter of Thomas Randall, of Baltimore. 
She died 7 October, 1882. 

Children. 

15. i, Keith. 

16. ii, Charlotte Henrietta. 

17. iii, Mary Traill, b. August, 1823. 

18. iv, Robert Smith Townsend, b. December, 1829. 

7. Louisa 2 Josepha Whipple Spence was born t at 
Portsmouth, N. H.; married, 15 August, 1818, Isaac Whipple 
Pickering, a son of William Whipple and Mary (Nelson) 
Pickering. 

Children: 

1. Robert Traill, d. 23 February, 1837. 

2. Mary Ann Josepha, d. 22 July, 1868; m. January 8, 1846, An- 

drew Jackson Penhallow, b. 1 March, 1815, a son of Hunking 
and Harriet (Pearce) Penhallow, of Portsmouth. 

Children : 

(1) Susan Purcell; m. 1877, George Russell Freeman. 

(2) John Pearce, d. at New Orleans. 

(3) Charles Lowell, Millsburgh, Dak. 



8 SPENCE FAMILY. 

(4) David Pearce, b. 25 May, 1854, grad. 1873, Mass. Ag. 

Coll. Prof. Imp. Coll., Japan; prof. McGill Univ., 
Canada; fellow Royal Society, of Canada. Married 
187G, Sarah A. Dunlap, Montreal, P. Q. 
Child: 
1 Dunlap. 

(5) Hannah Austin. 

(6) Elizabeth Joy, d. 24 October, 1884; m. 1882, Mark 

Shultis. 

3. Isaac; m. Maria Pond. 

I. Charlks William Whipple, b. 23 January, 1813, d. 29 February, 
1888; m. 7 .January, 1847, Mary Prescott Stearns, b. 11 October, 
1822, d. 16 August, 1901, a daughter of John and Augusta 
(Bradley) Stearns, of Boston. Com. Pickering entered the 
United States navy in 1822, as a midshipman, was promoted 
passed midshipman, in 1833; lieutenant, in 1835; commander, 
1838; captain, 1862; commodore, 1867. 
Children: 

(1) John Stearns, b. 5 November, 1847, d. 21 November, 

1853. 

(2) Mary, b. 16 April, 1852, d. 19 February, 1853. 

(3) Fanny Curtis, b. 9 March, 1854; m. 11 July, 1878, 

Arthur Cowton Heffenger, b. 12 December, 1852, 
son of Jacob Alexander and Katherine (Lane) Heff- 
enger. Res. Portsmouth, N. H. 
Children: 

Mary Stearns. 

Katherine, b. 23 July, 1884. 

Constance, b. 30 January, 1886. 

Priscilla Stearns, b. 8 January, 1889. 

Francesca Pickering, b. 23 February, 1893. 

Charles Pickering, b. 26 October, 1894. 

(4) Guy, b, 31 August, 1856, d. 27 December, 1861. 

(5 Louisa Spence, b. 28 February, 1860, d. 30 July, 1879. 
5. Maria Louisa, b. 16 November, 1826, d. 23 May, 1881; m. 11 June, 
1851, George H. Place. 

9. Carroll 3 Spence was born in Baltimore county, 
Maryland, in 1818, married, in 1843, Rebecca Pue Carroll, 
a daughter of Dr. Chas. Kidgely and Rebecca Anna (Pue) 
Carroll, and a granddaughter of James (born Macubbin) and 
Sophia (Gough) Carroll. 

Carroll Spence graduated at St. Mary's College, became A. 
M. and LL. D. at the same; and LL. B. at Dickinson (Penn.) 
College. In 1842, he represented Baltimore in the Mary- 
land legislature, and in 1854, was a presidential elector. He 
was appointed by President Pierce, Minister Resident at 
Constantinople, in 1853, and remained there till 1857. He 
proved himself an able diplomatist, and induced the Sultan 
to rescind his harsh measures against the Greeks, for which 
the King of Greece made thankful acknowledgement. His 
efforts in behalf of the Christians in the Ottoman empire 
resulted in the firman favorable to them. Mr. Spence nego- 



SPENCE FAMILY. 9 

tiated the first treaty ever concluded between the United 
States and Persia. 

Children: 

19. i, Katherine Stiles; m. Charles Washburn. 

20. ii, Rebecca Carroll, d. early. 

18. Robert Smith Townsend Spence was born in Bal- 
timore County, Maryland, 5 December, 1829. He married 
17 October, 1871, Maria W. Hazlitt, a daughter of James H. 
and Maria Hazlitt. 

Children: 

21. i, Lowell, b. 23 April, 1872. 

22. ii, Robert, b. 25 April, 1874. 

23. iii, Mabel, b. 4 February, 1877. 

24. iv, Jessica, b. 7 September, 1880. 



MARRIAGES BY REY. JOHN PIKE. 

1686-1709. 

[Published by permission, from his diary now in library of the Mas- 
sachusetts Historical Society.] 

M r Abraham Lee married to Ester Elkin widdow Jim. 21, 

1686. 
Tho: Packer married to Elizab: Hall widdow Aug. 7, 1687.* 
Sam 11 Tibbets married to Dorothy Tuttle Sep: 2, 1686. 
Robert Alkins married to Patience Evens widdow Nov: 9, 

1686. 
John Cook married to Mary Downs Nov: 25, 1686. 
John Twomley married to Mary Kenney, Ap: 18, 1687. 
Ben: Nason married to Martha Kenney Jun. 30, 1687. 
Rich d Kenney married to Deborah Stokes Aug. 15, 1687. 
Clemment Rummeril married to Rebecca Pommery widow, 

Sep: 6, 1687. 
John Wallingsford married to Mary Tuttle Dec: 6, 1687. 
John Dugles married to Suah Nason widow Sep: 16, 1687. 
Tho: Starboord married to Abigal Damm Jan. 4, 1687 [/8]. 
John Pickerin married Eliz: Munden July 17, 1688. 
Stephen Tobey married to Hanna Nelson Nov: 29 1688. 
Job Clements married to Abigail Heard Feb. 28, 1688[/9]. 
John Hudsen married to Mary Beard, July 25, 1689. 
Fran: Graves married to Amy Puddington widdow, Aug: 27, 

1689. 
*Probably an error in original for 168G. — Ed. 



10 MARRIAGES BY REV. JOHN PIKE. 

Edw: Howard married to Martha Row Aug. 22, 1689. 

Tho: Rouse married to Rebecca Rummeri] widow Sep: 2, 

1089. 
Tho: Puddinton married to Rachel] Williams, Sep: 20, 1089. 
Jeremiah Homes married to Sarah Walker, Sep: 22, 1089. 
Elisha Plasted married to Eliz: Harvey Octo: 11, 1089. 
William Rackley married to Dorathy Lord widow Octo: 18, 

1689. 
Will 1 " Berry married to Sabina Lock, Decern 1 19, 1689. 
George Walker married to Mary Jackson Decern 1 25, 1689. 
Tho: Potts married to Johanna Roberts Mar: 24, 89/90. 
John Heard married to Phebe Littlefield April 27, 1690. 
William Grant married to Jane Warren Aug 4, 1690. 
M r Henry Green married to Mary Page widow, Mar: 10, 

90/91. 
Nath 11 Berry married to Eliz: Philbrick July 2, 1691. 
Jonathan Sanburn married to Eliz: Sherburn Feb: 4, 1691 [/2]. 
Will™ Hunkins married to Sarah Partridge May 12, 1692. 
Nath" Sanburn married to Rebecca Presket Dec. 3, 1691. 
John Lovit married to Sarah Hobbs, Dec. 30, 1691. 
Peter Wear married to Eliza: Wilson Jan. 6, 1691[/2]. 
John Twomley married to Rachel Allin, Octo: 3, 1692. 
Joseph Randal married to Eliz: (Tannine Octo: 20, 1692. 
John Bickford married to Eliz: Tibbets Dec. 1, 1692. 
Rob: Mac-kenney married to Rebec: Sparkes, wid. Dec. 1, 

1692. 
John Cooper married to Sara Lord Dec. 13, 1692. 
James Houston married to Mary Door Dec. 23, 1692. 
John Lebbey married to Elianor Kirk Dec. 29, 1692. 
John Kase married to Joanna Johnson, Ap. 27, 1692. 
Robert Goss married to Jane Berry Jan. 5, 1692[/3]. 
Augustine Billiard married to Hanna Dyer widow Octo: 12, 

1693. 
Sam 11 Jackson married to Mary Melcher Octo. 12, 1693. 
Sam 11 Piper married to Abigail Church, April 23, 1694. 
John Cox married to Hanna Hill wid: May 22, 1694. 
Michael Whidden married to Eliz: Messervey Jun. 6, 1694. 
Henry Sewer married to Mary Huntress Jun. 21, 1694. 
William Furbur married to Eliz: Nute wid: Aug. 13, 1694. 
William Richards married to Mary Dow, Aug. 23, 1694. 
Edward Sargeant married to Joanna Homan, Pemmaquid, 

Jun. 3, 1695. 
John Hayte married to Sara Childe wid: Nov. 10, 1695. 



MARRIAGES BY REV. JOHN PIKE. 11 

M 1 ' John Wade married to Elizabeth Gerrish, Sep. 3, 1696. 
Anthony Lowden married to Sarah Osbnrn Sep: 16, 1696. 
Richard Sanders married to Mary Moss Jim. 17, 1697. 
Mark Hnnkins married to Mary Harvey Jim. 29, 1697. 
Thomas Silley married to Ann Stanian July 2, 1697. 
Joseph Richards married to Abigal Rawlins Aug. 12, 1697. 
Andrew Wiggin married to Abigal Follett Sep. 2, 1697. 
Tho: Avery married to Abigal Coomes widow Octo. 8, 

1697. 
Philipp Lambeth married to Susanna Leer Octo. 14, 1697. 
Daniel Jacob married to Abig: Field Octo. 24, 1697. 
Moses Boucley married to Ruth Wittum Nov. 29, 1697. 
Richard Pommery married to Deliverance Berry Feb. 14, 

1697/8. 
John Hamm married to Elizabeth Knight Mar. 14, 1697/8. 
Edward Cloutman married to Sara Tuttle April 22, 1698. 
Tobias Hanson married to Ann Lord Aug. 28, 1698. 
John Waldron married to Mary Horn wid: Aug 29, 98. 
Thos: Downs married to Abig: Hall wid: Octo: 24, 1698. 
Benjamin Tubbs married to Eliza: Kim wid: Jan. 12, 

1698[/9], 
William Monsey married to Rosamond Jacklin Jan. 10, 

1698[/9]. 
Sam 11 Kenney married to Sarah Rankin wid: Mar. 15, 

1698/99. 
Tho: Horn married to Judith Riccar Apr: 14, 1699. 
Joseph Kenney married to Leah Allin Dec: 1, 1699. 
John Church married to Mercy Hanson Dec: 1, 1699. 
Henry Tibbets married to Joyce Otice wid: Feb. 25, 

1699/1700. 
George Brawn married to Sarah Sanders widow, Ap. 1, 1700. 
Mark Giles sen: married to Frances Perkins wid: Sep. 2, 

1700. 
John Cole married to Elizabeth Allin Sep. 23, 1700. 
Tho: Pinkham married to Mary Allin Dec. 2, 1700. 
Rowland Jenkins married to Tabitha Joy Feb. 10, 1700[/1]. 
James Tompson married to Eliz: Fry Mar. 3, 1700/1. 
John Morrel married to Hannah Dixon Mar. 18, 1700/1. 
Joseph Beard married to Eliz: Waldron Mar. 24, 1700/1. 
Ralph Hall married to Mary Chesley May 26, 1701. 
George Huntrys married to Sara Morrill Aug. 4, 1701. 
Jacob Allin married to Martha Damm Feb. 5, 1701/2. 
William Hayt married to Eliz: Nelson wid: Mar. 10, 1701/2. 



12 MARRIAGES BY REV. .IOIIN PIKE. 

Jonathan Nason married to Adah Morrel Ap. 27, 1702. 

Samuel Shorey married to Maw Roads Ap. 28, 1702. 

Samuel Willey married to Mary Canny Jun. 8, 1702. 

Richard Chick married to Martha Lord July 11, 1702. 

Nathaniel Fnrnel married to Ann Allen Sep. 10, 1702. 

Clement Messervy married to Eliz: Jones Sep. 24, 1702. 

Benjamin Richards married to Elizabeth Hodgesden alias 
Galloway Nov. 19,1702. 

John Fabian married to Mary Pickirin Dec. 25, 1702. 

John Giles married to Mary Tibbets Dec. 29, 1702. 

William Foss married to Sarah Heard widow Ap. 26, 1703. 

Henry Nutter married to mary Shackford July 26, 1703. 

John Wentworth married to Martha Millar Dee. 24, 1703. 

Joseph Evens married to Mercy Horn Ap. 6, 1704. 

Howard Henderson married to Sarah Roberts Jun. 8, 1704. 

Abraham Nute married to Johanna Stanton widow Sep. 2, 
1704. 

Jacob Roades married to Elianor Brawn Sep. 7, 1704. 

John Roberts married to Deborah Church Octo. 16, 1704. 

Icabod Rawlings married to Mary Perkins Dec. 25, 1704. 

James Chesley married to Thamsin Wentworth Dec. 29, 
1704. 

Samuel Willey married to Elizabeth Kendal Feb. 19, 1704/5. 

John Pugsley married to Elizabeth Small Mar. 7, 1704 5. 

Richard Randal married to Elizabeth Blanchant wid. Ap 10, 
1705. 

John Drew married to Elizabeth Hopley May 24, 1705. 

Adrian Fry married to Mercy Chapman Jun. 8, 1705. 

John Hall married to Hester Chesley Aug. 9, 1705. 

Sylvanus Nock married to Hester Beard wid: Nov. 12, 1705. 

Timothy Carle married to Eliz: Hall Dec. 18, 1705. 

David Thomas married to Elizabeth Brawn Jan. 28, 1705[/6]. 

Nathaniel Roberts married to Eliz: Mason Apr. 11, 1706. 

Henry Jaquis married to Rebecca Pickering Jun. 28, 1706. 

M' John Jambrin of Jersey (belonging to England) was Le- 
gally married to Elizabeth Knight alias Sheavalleir, of the 
town of Dover in New England, upon the 12 of Septem- 
ber, 1706, as attest John Pike. 

William Eyres married to Mary Hopley Octo. 24, 1706. 

.John Ford married to Hanna Tydie, Nov. 4, 1706. 

John Amblar married to Elizab: Trickey Nov. 6, 1706. 

Sylvanus Nock married to Sarah Drisco Dec. 13, 1706. 

Solomon Pinkham married to Mary Field Dec. 13, 1706. 



MARRIAGES BY REV. JOHN PIKE. 13 

John Field married to Sarah Drew Jan. 16, 1706[/7]. 
Joseph Jones married to Mary Spencer Feb. 7, 1706/7. 
Hatevil Hall married to Mercy Cromwell March 14, 1706/7. 
Joseph Wilson married to Elizabeth Chapman Aug. 27, 1707. 
Joseph Hall married to Easter Beard Nov. 3, 1707. 
Joshua Shuckford married to Elizabeth Barnes Dec. 4, 1707. 
Joshua Crocket married to Mary Bickford Dec. 8, 1707. 
Gershom Downs married to Sarah Hall Dec. 24, 1707. 
Pomfret Dam married Easter Twomley Jan. 14, 1707[/8]. 
William Dam married to Sarah Kimmin July 29, 1708. 
Thomas Tibbets married to Sarah Tibbets Aug. 12, 1708. 
Elias Parcher married to Grace Allard Aug. 12, 1708. 
William Marrifield married to Margarit Frost Octo: 18, 1708. 
John Horn married to Eliz: Heard Dec: 29, 1708. 
Jonathan Young married to Abigal Hanson May 12, 1709. 
Edward Andrews married to Sarah Churchill Aug. 11, 1709. 
Zechariah Field married to Hannah Evens Jan. 12, 1709/10. 
Samuel Smith married to Hannah Burnam Feb. 16, 1709/10. 



CHANGE OF DATE. 

At the request of many of the subscribers of The New 
Hampshire Genealogical Record the date of Number 1, of 
Vol. IV, of this magazine has been changed from July, 1906, 
to January, 1907. This change is made so as to have the 
whole volume come within the year, which is much the best. 
The subscription list of this magazine is continually growing, 
but the growth is slow; will the subscribers make an earnest 
effort to each secure another subscriber. The editor assumed 
the expense of the magazine, hoping to put it on a paying- 
basis for The New Hampshire Genealogical Society. So far 
it lias not paid its expenses. While at present there is no 
thought of discontinuing the magazine, yet it is apparent to 
every person that at some time there must be a limit, if it 
should not pay its expenses. The usefulness of the society 
would be greatly impaired without the magazine; the one 
cannot thrive well without the other. The society has made 
rapid progress during the three and one half years of its 
existence, especially in the direction of collecting a library; 
it is equally important for the society to have a good, first- 
class magazine. We intended to have doubled the number 
of pages of the magazine before this time. 



XEWIXGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 1G0.] 

1741 Dec 1 ' 20 Eliazer Coleman Jim 1 ' & Keziah* had y r 

Son baptized William. 
Item Michael Martin & Mary his wife* had their 
Child baptized William. 
1741/2 Jan 3: Jn° Quint was admited to full Communion 
in y s Church. 
Item Seaborn Negro Woman owned the Covenant 
& was baptized. 
Feb 7 John Knight Jun 1 admited to full Communion. 

Item Deborah Rawlins Jun r admited to full Com- 
munion. 
Feb 7: Joshua Crocket & wife* owned the Covenant & 

he was baptized. 
Mar 14: Mary Ring was admited to full Communion in 
y 8 Church. 
Item Elizabeth Huntris admited to full Communion. 
March 21 Eben r Bickford had a Son baptized George. 

1742 March 26 Mr Joshua Pickering was admited to full 

Communion in our Church. 

Item Joseph Witham was admited to full Commun- 
ion. 

Item Edward Ayer admited to full Communion. 

Item Margery Bickford* admited to full Commun- 
ion in our Church. 

Item Elizabeth Rawlins Sen 1 ' admited to full Com- 
munion. 

Item Harry Hallet Negro admited to full Commun- 
ion in this Church. 
April 2 Benjamin Son to John Hoit was Baptized. 
April 18. Sarah Tompson admited to full Communion in 
y e Church. 

Item Mary Smithson admited to full Communion in 
this Church. 

Item Phebe Wallingford admited to full Communion. 
"Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 15 

1742 April 18. Mary Row admited to full Communion in 
this Church. 
Item Thomas Pevey owned the Covenant & had his 
Child Baptized Oliver. 
May 9 tn William Tompson admited to full Communion 
in this Church. 
Item Abigail Rollins admited to full Communion in 
this Church. 
May £ Elizabeth Rawlings Daughter of Joseph Rawlings 
was admited to full Communion in this Church. 
Item Mary Rollings admited to full Communion in 

this Church. 
Item Sarah Richards admited to full Communion in 

y s Church. 
Item Lydia Daughter to Margery Bickford was Bap- 
tized. 
April 16 th Thomas Son to Cap" Thomas Balden bap- 
tized: private Baptized. The Child being sick. 
May 23 Daniel & Denis Sons to Margery Bickford were 
baptized. 
John Son to Hatevil and Hannah Nutter was baptized. 
June 6 th Samuel Fabyan admited to Full Communion in 
y s Church. 
Item Joshua Crocket & Elizabeth his wife admited 

to Communion. 
Item: Abigail Coleman admited. 
Item: Hannah Scales admited. 

Item: Easter Richards admited to full Communion 
in y s Church. 
July 18 Hatevil Layton & his wife Sarah admited to full 
Communion. 
Item Moses & Hannah Furbur were admited to full 
Communion in y s Church. 

Aug 15 Benjamin Stokes Baptized upon his master & 
mistrises ace*. 

Aug st 29: Madlin Pevey was admited to full Communion 
in this Church. 

Sep* 19 Thomas Quints son baptized Thomas. 

Sep* 26 Thomas Layton Jun r was admited to full Com- 
munion in this Church. 

Item Olive Coolbroth wife of James Coolbroth was 
admited to full Communion. 



16 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1742 Nov 1 7'" Maiy Pevey wife of Thomas admited to 

full Communion in our Church. 
[tern John son to Jethro Furbur & Phebe baptized. 
Item Hannah Daughter to Joshua & Susanna Down- 
ing was baptized. 
Dec 1 19: Mary Walker was admited to full Communion 
in y s Church. 
Item Phebe Mr Pattisons Negro woman was bap- 
tized upon her owning y e Covenant. 
1742/3 Jan. 24 th George LeGosse was admited to full 
Communion in y s Church. 

Feb. 6 Elizabeth Daughter to John & Grove was 

baptized. 
Feb. 13 Alexander Hogdon & Mary his wife were admit- 
ed to full Communion in this Church. 
Item Jethro Furbur and Phebe his wife were admit-' 
ed to full Communion in this Church. 
Feb. 20 Noah Son to Christopher & Mary Huntris was 
baptized. 

1743 May 22' 1 : Mercy Daughter to Charles & Mary Run- 

let was baptized. 

.June 5 th Elinor Daughter to Antony & M a ry Nutter bap- 
tized. 

Aug 8 ' 14 Ruth Daughter to Edward & Mary Ayers was 
baptized. 
Item Jonathan Trickey own'd the Covenant & had 
his Child baptized Lydia. 

Sep' 10 1 " Lucretia Daughter to Jn° & Mary Stevens was 
baptized. 
Item John Bickford owned the Covenant and was 

baptized. 
Also Sarah, James & Margaret Children to John & 

Mary Bickford were baptized. 
[tern Rosamund Daughter to Mathias & Hannah 
Nutter was Baptized. 

Oct 1 ' 30 Edward Rawlins owned the Covenant and had 
his Child Baptized Olive. 

Nov: 12 th Deborah Daughter to Thomas & Mary Layton 
was baptized. 

Nov 13: Mr Seth Ring and Mr Will Shakford were De- 
clared Deacons of this Church as they were Chosen 
to that office at Church Meeting held 27 th of Octo 1 
1743. 



BAPTISMS. 17 

1743 Item At said Church Meeting held Oct 27: 1743 the 

affair of Mary Pevey being heard & considered: 
who was suspected of having taken a false Oath: 
and no proof found against her but what was Cir- 
cumstantiall: It was voted that upon her being ad- 
monished for her behavior when under Susspension 
the s d be Restored in case she could come to Com- 
munion with a safe Conscience. 

Nov 1 ' 20 th Daniel Son to Hudson & Modlin Pevey was 
Baptized. 
1743/4 Feb: 12 th Hannah Daughter to John & Mary Hog- 
don was baptized. 

Feb 17: Hunken Son to James & Olive Coolbroth was 
baptized. 

March 11 th Mr Richard Downing Jun 1 ' & Allice his wife 
were admited to full Communion in this Church. 

March 16: Benjamin Richards owned the Covenant and 
was Baptized. 

March 18 Ua Elizabeth Daughter to Christopher Huntris 
& Mary his wife was Baptized. 

1744 April 1 st Elizabeth Daughter to Mr Thomas & Mary 

Pickering was baptized. 

April 22 d Hutson Pevey was admited as a member in 
full Communion in this Church. 
Item William Huntris was admited a member in 

full Communion in this Church. 
Also Christopher Huntris Jun r was admited a mem- 
ber in full Communion in this Church. 

May 13: Dennis Son to John & Lydia Hoit was Baptized. 

June 3 d Joshua Son to Moses and Hannah Furbur was 
baptized. 

June 24: Thomas Bickford Jun 1 was admited to full 
Communion in this Church. 

July 22 Elizabeth Daughter to James & Chute 

Baptized. 

Sep 1 ' 9: Sarah Daughter to Edward & Sarah Walker was 
Baptized. 

Sep 1 16 th Mary Daughter to Edward & Mary Ayers was 
Baptized. 

Sep 30 Anna the Daughter of Eben 1 & Anna Bickford 
was Baptized. 

Oct 1 ' 28 Joseph Son to Jethro & Phebe Furbur was bap- 
tized. 



18 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1744 Nov 1 11 Joseph Son to Nathaniel and Mehitable 

Burnhani was Baptized. 

Nov: 18 th Allice Daughter to Richard & Allice Downing 
was Baptized. 

Nov 25 Joseph Rawlins Sen 1 was admited to full Com- 
munion in this Church. 
Item Benjamin Son to Hatevil & Hannah Nutter 
was Baptized. 

Dec 1 ' 27: Hannah Daughter to Benja 11 & Eliza 111 Downing 
was Baptized. 

Feb 3 d Lois Daughter to Antony & Mary Nutter was 
baptized. 

Feb 24: Valentine Son to Joseph & Susanna Rawlins 
was baptized. 
Item Sarah Daughter to Sam 1 & Easter Rawlins was 
baptized. 

March 3: Mary Daughter to Thomas & Mary Layton was 
baptized. 
10 th Sarah Dang 1 to Nehemiah & Abigail Furbur was 
Baptized. 
Item Harrison Downing Son to Dea. Will 1 " Shack- 
ford & his wife Susanna was baptized. 

1745 April 7 tn Jemima Honeywell* was admited to full 

Communion in this Church. 

April 29: Sarah Daughter to Jonathan and Lydia Bick- 
forcl was Baptized, 
f Vallentine Son to Jn° & Eliza 111 amf was Bap- 
tized. 
f Son to John Downing & f was bap- 
tized. 

June 2 Jarha: Negro man of Mr James Libby's was ad- 
mited to full Communion in this Church. 

June 23 Alice Daughter to Edward & Eliza 111 Rawlins 
was baptized. 

Aug 81 11: William Son to Thomas & Mary Pickering 
was baptized. 
Also Abigail Daughter to Jonathan & Abigail Trick- 
ey was Baptized. 

Aug: 18: Mrs Lidia Bickford was admited to full Com- 
munion in this Church. 

Sep 1 ' 14 th Temperance Daughter to Thomas & Mary Pe- 

vey was Baptized. 
♦Certain words are omitted, t Record is torn. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 19 

1745 Dec: 22: Abigail Daughter to Jn° Rawlins was Bap- 

tized upon his owning the Covenant. 
1745/6 Jan 5 John Son to John & Mary Hogdon was 
baptized. 
Item John Son to Mathias and Hannah Nutter was 
baptized. 

Jan 12 Elizabeth Daughter to Phinehas & Abigail Cole- 
man was baptized. 

Feb: 9 th Elionar Daughter to Ebenezer & Ann Bickford 
was Baptized. 

Feb y 11 th James Son to James & Criste was bap- 
tized. 

1746 March 30: Richard Place was admited to full Com- 

munion in this Church. 

May 18 th Mr Nicholas Knight owned the Covenant & 
had his Son Baptized William. 

May 25 Thomas son to Thomas & Mary Layton was bap- 
tized. 

June 15: Mehitable Daughter to Edward & Mary Ayers 
was baptized. 

Sep r 4: Cap n Jn° Nutter owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 

Sep 1 ' 7: Elizabeth Daughter to Moses & Hannah Furbur 
was baptized. 

Sep 1 28: Richard Bickford & his wife owned the Cove- 
nant and had their Son Baptized John. 

Oot 1 7: Enoch & Amos Sons to Nat 1 and Mehitable 
Burnham were baptized. 

Oct 1- 12 th Nelson Downing Son to Ant y & Mary Nutter 
was baptized. 
Item Elizabeth Daughter to Sam 1 & Eliza th Fabyan 
was baptized. 

Oct 9 th Mary Tompson owned the Covenant & was Bap- 
tized. 
Item Deborah Daughter to James & Olive Cool- 
broth was baptized. 
Item Susanna Daughter to Richard & Alice Down- 
ing Jun 1 ' was baptized. 

Oct 1 ' 16 Jonathan Son to John and Patience Downing 
was Baptized. 
1746/7 Feb: 7 th Josiah Son to Will 1 " and Susanna Shak- 
ford was baptized. 



STRATIIAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 1G6. 

Genealogy of John O. Wiggin's Family. 
John Osborne Wiggin, Son of Capt. Daniel and Sarah (("lark) 

Wiggin was born March 6 th 1819. 
Hannah Marston Jewell, Daughter of Levi and Hannah 

(Marston) Jewell was born January 1 st 1822. 
John O. Wiggin & Hannah M. Jewell were married April 

26 th 1843, by Rev. Josiah Bartlett Clark, uncle of John 

O. Wiggin. 

Births of their Children: 
Daniel Jewell Wiggin was born April 7 th 1814. 
Josephine Wiggin was born May 28 th 1846. 
Marie Louise Wiggin was born May 6 th 1848. 
Emma Frances Wiggin was born December 22 d 1855. 
Levi Jewell Wiggin was born July 13 th 1860. 

(S. T. R., IV: 344.) 
Genealogy of John Sinkler J 1 ' 8 Family. 
John Sinkler J r was born Jan y 28 th 1775. 
Rhoda Flint was born May 14 th 1777. 
John Sinkler and Rhoda Flint were married. 

Births & deaths of their Children. 
Mary P. Sinkler was born Nov. 16 th 1800. 
Susannah F. Sinkler was born Feb y 27 th 1803. 
Rhoda Sinkler, wife of John Sinkler J r departed this life, 

May 3 d 1804. 

Genealogy of Jewett Wiggin's Family. 
Jewett Wiggin was born Oct. 7 th 1775. 
Deborah Piper was born Feb y 7 th 1773. 
Jewett Wiggin and Deborah Piper were Married Feb y 2 d 

1800. 

Births of their Children: 
Mary Jane Wiggin, was born Nov. 30 th 1800. 
Olive Wiggin, was born March 16 th 1802. 
Martha Wiggin, was born March 20 th 1804. 
Benjamin F. & Charles F. Wiggin were born November 23, 

1806. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. ' 21 

Sarah B. Wiggin was born April 18, 1809. 
Abner J. Wiggin was born March 25, 1813. 
Edwin Wiggin was born Dec. 25, 1814. 
Jonathan Wiggin was born Aug. HO, 1818. 
Charles F. Wiggin Died Sept. 22, 1809. 
Deborah Wiggin Died, Oct. 19, 1846. 

(S. T. R., IV: 347.) 

William Lane Son of Samuel Lane Jun 1 ' and Hannah Lane 

was born July 23 rd 1776 and died December 4 th 1803. 

He was married to Eunice Fellows of Corinth, State of 

Vermont. 

William Fellows Lane Son to William & Eunice Lane was 

born May 28 th 1802 at Corinth. 
Eunice Lane daughter of William & Eunice Lane was born 
at Corinth April 30 th 1804 near 4 months after her fathers 
death. 
John Lane Son of Samuel Lane and Hannah his wife, died 
September 20 th 1803, in the 21 st year of his age. 

(S. T. R., V: 7.) 
Hon. Josiah Bartlett' s Family. 
Josiah Bartlett Born hi Kingston August 29 th A. D. 1768. 
Sarah Wingate Born in Hampton Falls November 7 th A. D. 

1769, and were Married in Stratham June 3 rd 1792. 
Sarah Bartlett the aforesaid Consort of Josiah Bartlett died 

December 27, A. D. 1808 leaving no issue. 
Wingate Wiggin Son of James W. Wiggin and Betsy his 
wife born June 15 th 1812. 

(S. T. R., V: 8.) 
Capt. Asa Jewell's Family. 
Asa Jewell Born August 13 th A. D. 1782. 
Sarah Wiggin Born August 7 th A. D. 1785. 
They were Married November — A. D. 1805. 

Their Children. 
David Jewell Bom February 13 th A. D. 1807. 
Hannah Jewell Born March 21 st A. D. 1809. 

(S. T. R., V: 9.) 
M r Samuel Lane Junior's Family. 
Samuel Lane Jr was born August 12 th 1774. 
Hannah Marston was born March 21 st 1781. 
Samuel Lane Jr & Hannah Marston were married February 
23 d 1800. 

Their Children. 
Hannah Cate Lane was born 



22 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Mary Moody Lane was born November 21 st 1802, D. 1837.* 
Hannah Gate Lane was born September 15 th 1804, D. 1839. 
Thomas Lane was born June 12, 1806, D. 1847. 
John Lane was born June 6 th 1808, D. 1840. 
Samuel G. Lane born Nov. 8 th 1811, D. Dec. 1837. 
Enoch Moody Clark Lane b. Aug 27 th 1815. 

Caroline E. Lane b. Aug. 23 rd 1817 1854. 

A. C. Lane, Town Clerk. 
(S. T. R., V: 10.) 
M r Nicholas Rollins J r ' s Family. 
Nicholas Rollins Jr. born June 20 ,u 1767. 
Nancy Fifield born May 10 th 1774. 
They were married May 6 th 1795. 

Their Children. 
Clarissa Rollins born April 12 th 1796. 
James Rollins born Dec 1 18 th 1797. 
Hannah Rollins born June 17 th 1800. 
Levi Rollins born June 27 ,h 1802. 
Nancy Rollins born March 28 th 1804. 
Mary Rollins born Nov 1 st 1805. 
Martha Rollins born July 20 th 1807. (S. T. R., V: 11.) 

Hon. Paine Wingate's Family. 
Paine Wingate was born at Amesbury in Massachusetts, May 

14 th 1739. 
Eunice wife of Paine Wingate born Apr. 19 th 1742. 

Their Children. 
Mary Wingate was born July 12 th 1766. 
Sarah Wingate was born Nov r 7 th 1769. 
George Wingate was born May 14 th 1778. 
John Wingate was born Oct r 12 th 1780. 
Elizabeth Wingate was born April 15 Ul 1783. 

(S. T. R., V: 12.) 
M r David Robinson's Family. 
David Robinson was born November 3 d 1785. 
Sally Thompson was born April 21 8t 1788. 
They were married April 21 st 1807. 

Their Children: 
David Porter Robinson was born Sept. 5 th 1808. 
Sarah Jane Robinson was born Nov r 4 th 1810. 
James Warren Robinson was born July 28 Ul 1812. 

(S. T. R., V: 13.) 
M r Andrew Chase's Family. 
♦Probably correct, third figure of death date nearly illegible. — Ed. 



BIKTHS, MAERIAGES AND DEATHS. 23 

Andrew Chase was born March 10 th 1787. 
Sally Clark was born Feb. 13 th 1786. 

They were married Aug. 19 th 1806. 

Their Children. 
Sarah Ann Chase was born Oct r 7 th 1806. 
Dudley Leavitt Chase was born Nov r 17 th 1808. 
Andrew Chase Jun r was born Sept. 30 th 1810. 
Mary Elizabeth Chase was born July 13 tu 1812. 

(S. T. R., V: 14.) 
Capt. John Wingate's Family. 
John Wingate was born October 12 th 1780. 
Sally Piper was born January 25 th 1788. 

They were married March 5 th 1808. 

Their Children. 
Sally Wingate was born March 14 th 1809. She was Bap- 
tized Sarah August 14 th 1810. 
Mary Wingate was born November 2 d 1810, and Baptized on 

the 18 th of the same month. 
Elizabeth Wingate was born August 25 th 1812, and Baptized 

September 27 th following. 
John Paine Wingate was born June 10 th 1814 and Baptized 

on the 26 th of the same month. 
Anna Homer Wingate was born Dec 1 1 st 1816, & baptized 

March 9 th 1817. 
Caroline Wiggin Wingate born January 31 st 1819, Baptized 

May 30 th the same year. 
George Wingate born November 28 tl! 1820, Baptized May 

20 th 1821. 
Henry Pickering Wingate born June 22 nd 1823, Baptized 

August 10 th the same year. 
Samuel Dana Wingate was, born December 23 rcl 1826. 
Joseph Charles Augustus Wingate was born November 16, 

1830. 

(S. T. R., V: 15.) 
James Lane's Family. 
James Lane was born Sept. 17 th 1770. 
Deborah Folsom was born May 12 th 1772. 

They were married Nov 1 ' 23 d 1794. 

Their Children. 
William Frederick Lane was born October 1 st 1795. 
Elizabeth Lane was born July 18 th 1799. 
Martha Lane was born May 27 th 1801. 
Charlotte Lane was born November 18 th 1803. 



24 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Sarah Lane was born May 2 d 1805. 

Lydia Lane was born May 23 d and died June 14 th 1809, 

aged 23 days. 
Joshua James Lane was born March 9 th 1811. 
Josiah Lane was born August 19 th 1813. 

(S. T. R., V: 16.) 
M 1 Levi Clark's Family. 
Levi Clark was born March 11 th 1769. 
Love Wiggin was born January 14 th 1768. 
Levi Clark and Love Wiggin were Married by the Rev. 

Huntington Porter of Rye June 6 th 1790. 

Their Children. 
James Clark was born Saturday at nine O'Clock in the 

evening December 4 th 1790. 
Benjamin Clark was born on Monday at five O'Clock in the 

morning August 6 th 1792. 
Sarah Clark was born on Thursday at half past three 

O'Clock in the morning June 25 th 1794. 
Walter Weeks Clark was born on Friday at Eleven O'Clock 

in the Evening Nov. 17 th 1796. 
Levi Clark was born on Monday at nine O'Clock in the even- 
ing January 8 th 1799. 
Thomas Jefferson Clark was born on Friday at eight O'Clock 

in the evening Oct. 31 st 1800. 
Eliza Clark was born on Wednesday at nine O'Clock in tin.' 

evening March 3 rd 1803. 
Moses Clark was born on Sunday at four O'Clock in the 

evening July 8 th 1805. 
Josiah Bartlett Clark was born on Tuesday at nine O'Clock 

in the evening Jan. 11 th 1808. 
Ezra Barker Clark was born on Tuesday at four O'Clock in 

the morning May 15 th 1810. (S. T. R., V: 17.) 

Capt. George Lane's Family. 
George Lane, Born July 14 th 1791. 
Mary Little Barker Born March 9 th 1796. 

They were Married, March 28 tb 1822. 

Their Children. 
Amanda Melvina Lane Born Jan y 5 th 1823. 
Henry Smith Lane Born December 2 d 1831. 

(S. T. R„ V: 19.) 
Edward Payson Cummings born May 19 th 1825. 
Mary Cheever Graham, daughter of Rev. J. Cummings was 

born April 17* 1829. 



AMEKICAN KEVOLUTIONAKY NATAL 

SERVICE. 



LAUNCHING OF THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE 

RALEIGH. 

[Taken from Vol. 1, No. 1, of "The Freeman's Journal or New 
Hampshire Gazette" of Saturday May 25, 1776.] 

[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 76.] 

Portsmouth May 25, 1776. 
On Tuesday the 21 st inst. the Continental Frigate of thir- 
ty-two guns, built at this place, under the direction of John 
Langdon, Esq. was Launched amidst the acclamation of 
many thousand spectators. She is esteemed by all those 
who are judges that have seen her, to be one of the com- 
pleatest ships ever built in America. The unwearied dili- 
gence and care of the three Master-Builders, Messrs. Hacket, 
Hill and Paul, together with Mr. Thompson under whose 
inspection she was built, and the good order and industry of 
the Carpenters deserve particular notice; scarcely a single 
instance of a person being in liquor, or any difference among 
the men in the yard, during the time of her building, every 
man with pleasure exerting himself to the utmost; and altho' 
the greatest care was taken that only the best of timber was 
used and the work perform' d in a most masterly manner, the 
whole time from her raising to the day she launched did not 
exceed sixty working days., and what afforded a most pleas- 
ing view (which was manifest in the countenance of the 
spectators) this noble fabrick was compleatly to her anchors 
in the main channel, in less than six minutes from the time 
the run, without the least hurt; and what is truly remarkable, 
not a single person met with the least accident in launching, 
tho' near five hundred men were employed in and about her 
when run off. 

Note. — Before closing the record of the Continental frig- 
ate Raleigh, the intention was to publish a list of the prison- 
ers, taken when the Raleigh was captured by the British at 
Wooden Ball Island, but the record, if preserved, has not yet 



26 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

been received from England; if it conies to hand later we 
will publish the same. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 

It was our intention at first, to take up the Continental 
frigate Ranger next, but accidentally finding the original 
list of names of the officers and men belonging to the Conti- 
nental frigate Boston, 1777, and several other very impor- 
tant papers, reports and plans, together with a Journal of 
one of the cruises of the Boston, and as a part of the crew 
were New Hampshire people it has been decided to publish 
the list and one of the reports, of Capt. Hector McNeil, her 
commander, especially as it is believed that the list and 
report have never been published. 

The Boston was one of the thirteen cruisers, ordered by 
Congress, December 13, 1775. She was built at Boston, 
Mass., and named after that city. She was a 24-gun frigate, 
and proved to be a slow vessel, though the Hancock, a 32-gun 
frigate, ordered by Congress at the same time and built at 
Boston, was one of the fleetest vessels in the American navy. 
Capt. Hector McNeil, of Boston, was appointed commander 
of the Boston, and Capt. John Manly, commander of the Han- 
cock. By a resolution of Congress passed on October 10, 
1770, the name of Capt. Hector McNeil was placed third on 
the ranking list of Captains, in the navy, with that of Capt. 
John Manly as second on the list. 

Capt. Hector McNeil was born October 10, 1728, in the 
little village of Dunseverick, near Giants Causeway, in the 
Parish of Ballintoy, Antrim County, Ireland. He was son 
of Malcolm and Mary (Stuart) McNeil of that place, and 
grandson of Neal McNeil, a Scotchman, born in Kintyre, in 
the west of Scotland, who following the fortunes of the 
House of Stuart went to France, but later returning settled 
in the north of Ireland and married a woman by the name of 
O'Neil. Malcolm McNeil and family sailed from Fortrush, 
Ireland, in July, 1737, in the ship Syuoiutuh, Daniel Gibbs, 
commander, and arrived in Boston, Mass. the seventh of Sep- 
tember following. The Sygenumh was a vessel of about 240 
tons burden and had near 470 persons on board, twenty-seven 
of whom died during the passage, mostly of the measles. 
The parents of Capt. McNeil settled in Boston, and he was 
educated in the public schools of that city. He went to sea 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 27 

in the seventeenth, year of his age, and in June, 1750, before 
he was twenty-two years old, he was made master and given 
the command of a vessel. In July, 1755, he was taken into 
the King's service and carried a part of Gen. Moncton's com- 
mand in the expedition against Beausejour, a French fortress. 
In the following October, he was released from the King's 
service, together with the vessel he commanded. He was an 
ardent supporter of the American Revolution. The story of 
the first cruise of the Boston can best be told in the language 
of Capt. McNeil himself. The following is a transcript of 
the original corrected draft, a copy of which formed his official 
report to the Marine Committee. This original draft, to- 
gether with several other papers, letters, ten plans of the 
battle of July 7, 1777, giving the positions of the six ships 
engaged, at as many different times, beginning at four o'clock 
in the morning and ending with the dispersion of the fleet, 
and a copy of the Journal of Benjamin Crowningshield, the 
historian of the cruise, have all come down as heir-looms in 
the family of Capt. McNeil and at present are owned by 
Hon. Charles W. Gray, of Portsmouth, N. H., who has kindly 
loaned them to the editor for the purpose of this sketch. It 
will be seen that a new chapter in the history of the Revolu- 
tion will have to be written, for the record of the Boston, as 
given by J. Fenimore Cooper, in his History of the Navy of 
the United States of America, and followed by Edgar Stanton 
Maclay, A. M., John R. Speers and others, without verifying 
the same, proves to be almost wholly fiction, utterly unworthy 
of the pen of Mr. Cooper, as a historian. 



ORIGINAL DRAFT OF REPORT OF CAPT. HECTOR 
McNEIL, TO THE MARINE COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS. 

Gentlemen. 

I think it my duty to give you as particular an account of 
my late Cruise, as the hasty departure of the present opportu- 
nity will admit of. 

On the 21 st of May I saild from Nantasket in Company 
with Capt. Manley and eight or ten small privateers, some 
of whom parted with us by choice, and the remainder by bad 
weather in Six days after we Sail'd; Capt. Manley & myself 
were so luckey as to keep Company except Two Nights in 



28 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

the worst of the Gale of Wind which happened to be east- 
erly. 

On Thursday afternoon the 29 th of May we fell in with a 
small Brigg from London for New York which we took, and 
Man'd that Evening; they acquainted us that they came out 
under Convoy of the Somersett & Mercury, with 16 Sail of 
Transports having on board about 3500 Troops, for Reinforc- 
ing the British Army at New York. 

At break of day the 30"' we discover'd the Somersett and 
three large Ships under her Convoy. Capt. Mauley was not 
convinced of the size of our Opponent untill she was within 
Shott of him, when very luckily for him the Hancock's Heels 
saved his Bacon. She nevertheless pursued him witJi great 
earnestness untill I tack'd upon her Convoy who was a good 
way astern of her at that time, as soon as she saw me within 
random Shott of them she left Capt. Manley & return'd to 
their protection, she then chac'd me about Six hours but not 
being able to come up with me she rejoin'd her Convoy just 
as night came on. 

Capt. Manley & myself then Steer'd to the East w d and 
Northw'd in hopes of falling in with some others of the fleet, 
but saw no Enemy except a few miserable Fishermen untill 
Saturday June the Seventh, on the Morning of which day we 
fell in with the Fox, a British Frigate of 28 Guns Command- 
ed by Capt. Patrick Fotheringhani, she at first meant to En- 
gage but thought 'twas best to tiy her Heels, which would 
have effectually Saved her from me, but the Hancock com- 
ing up with her an Action ensued which did not end untill 
after we came up by which time the Hancock & the Fox 
were both very much damaged.* The weather proving unfa- 
vourable for some time afterwards we were severall days fit- 
ting the Fox & Capt. Manley his own Ship. I had sent my 
first Lieu' (Mr Browne) on board the Fox the day she was 
taken but Captain Manley refused giving him the Command, 
vS: I was finaly oblig'd to withdraw him for the sake of peace. 

•Benjamin Crowningshield, one of the crew of the "Boston," in his 
Journal, under date of June 7, 1777, says, "At 5 A. M. we made a large 
ship laying by. Our two ships stood for her; at G A. M. Capt. Manly & 
she Exchanged some guns and then she Run, & we in full Chace after 

her Betwixt the hours of 12 & one P. M. Capt. Manly Began 

t<> Engage Broadside & Broadside, our ship coming up fast as Posaole; 
at last up we came and gave them a Noble Broadside which made them 
to strike a medeatly a Boat half after one."* This statement effectually 
disproves the cold-blooded murder story that this broadside was delib- 
erately fired after the "Fox" had surrendered. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 29 

I urged Capt. Manley to make the best of our way to Charles- 
town, South Carolina, there to Join Captain Biddle, fitt & 
clean our Ships, & then to Cruise for the "West India Fleet 
untill towards the fall of the year by which time our own 
Coast would probably be clear & we might return without 
any risque compared with what must be now Expected, he 
at first attended to my proposal but afterwards did as he 
pleas'd the event will prove whether I judge right or not in 
short we loiter'd away three weeks or a Month before we 
sett our faces homeward by which time the Coast of New 
England from Cape Sable as far as New York was so cover' d 
with cruisers that there was no escaping them. 

On Sunday the 6 th of July being 15 leagues to the Eastw' 1 
of Cape Sable we took a Sloop from Louisburgh bound for 
Halifax, but delaying some time with her we were chac'd 
towards evening by three Ships, we also being three, we did 
not make any efforts to avoid those Ships in Course of the 
night, on the Contrary Capt. Manley Tow'd the Sloop before 
spoken of untill next morning by which time one of the 
Ships was a head of us and Tack'd upon us, the Second Ship 
which was a two decker was on our Lee quarter about three 
Leagues from us and the third Ship about as far right a 
Stern. Capt. Manley then thought proper to sett fire to the 
Sloop & quitted her and endeavour' d to make the best of 
our way, but the first Ship being up within Shott about noon 
we exchanged some Shott with her at a distance & then hav- 
ing spoke Capt. Manley we agreed to tack and Engage her. 
We immediately Tack'd and Capt. Manley begun the Action 
with his head to the Northward & the Enemy on the oppo- 
site Tack, we being close under the Hancock's Stern also fell 
in with the Enemy in our turn and Exchanged about five 
broad Sides with her; her Shott was so well aim'd that some 
of them pass'd through our Ship under the wale so that we 
could not Tack upon the Enemy untill we had stop'd those 
holes; this was however done in a few Minutes but not be- 
fore the two deck Ship had goten very near us, unfortunate- 
ly the Fox did not tack at the same time we did, by which 
means the Enemy got between her and us, and she was 
obliged to pass under the fire of the first Ship above men- 
tion'd and the fire of the two deck Ship also. Capt. Manley 
seeing that the Fox was beyond Saveing put about and stood 
to the South' 1 , the Fox bore away and run to the Eastw d , and 
we kep't the Wind to the Northw a . The two deck Ship then 



30 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

put about and follow'd the Hancock leaving the Vox and me 
to the other two Ships. The Fox fled and defended herself 
bravely, haveing also some advantage in point of Sailing; we 
were constrain' d to keep the Wind for our own Security being 
neither able to run from nor fight such force as then appear' d 
to Leward. In a few hours we saw two more of the Enemy 
about two points on our weather bow; from these w r e were 
obliged to Tack to the Southw 11 , the wind about W. B. S. 
After Standing two hours to the Southw' 1 , we espied another 
Ship bearing S. W. of us who appeared to be in chace tow- 
ards us. I then hove about to the North w d again & stood 
on until] Nine o'Clock the Evening; the chace coming down 
upon us very fast all the time. As soon as the Moon was 
down I tack'd and Stood to the Southw fl , and in less than 
an hour saw the Lights of the Chacing Ship Standing athwart 
our Stern about f of a Mile from us. On Tuesday Morning 
the 8 th Current 1 saw five Sail of the Enemy to the Leward 
of me three on the Lee bow and tw r o on the Lee Quarter, at 
the same time saw Cape Sable bearing N. N. E. five leagues. 
The Wind coming to the Southw 11 I stood across the Bay of 
Fundy determin'd to Shelter myself in the first port I could 
make, and get intellegence, wdiich happened to be this river 
where I arriv'd on Thursday the 10 th Instant. On my arrival 
here I found that the Milford Frigate had been in about 
fourteen days past & that she had penetrated up as far as we 
now are — Namely at Wichcasset point. There is scarce a day 
but one or two of the Enemys Ships are Seen off the Mouth 
of this river and the Coasting Vessells are very much dis- 
tress'd; in this my present Situation 1 am much at a Loss 
what to do — my Ships Company are so diminished by Man- 
ning the Fox* & the Men otherwise Lost since we Sail'd 
from Boston; my Ship is very Fowl (not having been 
clean'd since Novemb 1 ' last) and besides that we cannot make 
her Sail fast trim which way we will, the certainty of meet- 
ing the Enemy in pairs along the Coast and only two ports 
capable of yielding us Shelter between this place & Boston 
Bay, all those Circumstances Considered I think it prudent 
to stay for a few days to get some more authentic information 
of the Numbers and Strength of the Enemy in this quarter 

*In a letter to Mrs. Mary McNeil, his wife, dated July 21, 1777, Capt. 
Hector McNeil states, that fifty-eight men had heen taken from the 
"Roston" to man the "Fox," including Mr. Gross, Mr. Harris, Mr. 
Knowles and Mr. Millen. The latter name was probably intended for 
Mulling, or Mullen. — Ed. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 31 

for according to the present accounts I think it is impossible 
for Single Ships to pass or repass, without being sacrificed to 
their numerous fleet, we have certain Accounts of twelve 
Sail of the Enemys Crusiers between Cape Ann & Cape 
Sable severall of whom are large Ships, our best accounts 
report two between this river & Casco bay which is but two 
bays apart so that they are posted along Shore at convenient 
distances to Succour each other. I send you a return of the 
Prisoners which I have brought here belonging to the Fox 
but for fear of Accidents have delivered them into the hands 
of the Committee of Safety to be forwarded towards Boston. 
Thither I shall repair as soon as possible from which place I 
promise my help the pleasure of Writing you more fully. 
I am Gentlemen with all possible respect, y 1 ' 

Most Humble SeiV 



Ship Boston at Wichcasset in Sheepscott River, 16 th July, 
1777. 

To the Honb le The Marine Committee of Congress at 
Philadelphia. 



NAMES OF OFFICERS AND MEN BELONGING TO THE 
CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 

Starb d watch, Austin, Cato, Gun N° 1. 

Starb d watch, Brown, Henry, Gun N 27. 

Larb tl watch, Balch, Israel. 

Larb d watch, Boldery, John. 

Starb d watch, Bussell, Abraham. 

Larb d watch, Brown, Jeremiah, F. Braces & Crossjack do. 

Starb d watch, Blasdell, Jonathan, Gun N 7. 

Blackett, Joshua, Forecastle. 

Brown, Scipio, Main hatchway to hand Powder. 

Balch, Thomas, Sentinel in Ward Room. 

Bangs, Chipman, Quart 1 ' Deck. 

Billiard, John, Quart r Deck. 
Larb' 1 watch, Brown, John, Gun deck forward. 

Balch, Benj a , in the Cockpitt. 
Starb d watch, Berry, Thomas, Gun N 3. 
Larb d watch, Barker, Thomas, Gun N 27. 
Starb d watch, Burns, Patrick, Gun N 12, 
Starb d watch, Beal, Ebenezer, Gun N 11. 



32 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

I, ail)' 1 watch, Broadstreet, Northern. 

Start)" 1 watch, Bradstreet, Hannibal, F Topsail Braces. 

Star!)' 1 watch, Bathorick, Abel. 

Larb d watch, Carleton, Sam 1 , Fore Topsail Braces. 

Starh' 1 watch, Connor, Patrick, P. Braces & Crossjack do. 

do Clark, Peter, Gun N 3. 

do Crowningshield, Benj: Gun N 9. 

do Cavey, Peter, Gun N 27. 

Larb' 1 watch, Costelloe, John, Gun N° 8. 
Larb d watch, Connell, Phillip, Gun N° 25. 
Larl>' 1 watch, Cutter, Thomas, Gun N 11. 
Star!)' 1 watch, Crowely, Barth w in Foretop. 
Larb' 1 watch, Calef, Winter, F. Braces & Crossjack do, 
Larb' 1 watch, Clongh, Dnke, Gun, N 2. 
Larb' 1 watch, Calderwood, John. 
Larb' 1 watch, Crowel, William, Gun N 4. 
Larb' 1 watch, Carrel, John, Fore Top. 
Starb' 1 watch, Coker, William, M & Miz n T. S. Braces. 
Starb d watch, Carr, Phineas, Gun N 9. 
Starb' 1 watch, Crane, Benj a . 

Choate, John, Gun N 11. 
Starb 11 watch, Cateran, Will'", Gun N 4. 
Larb d watch, Connell, Henry, Gun N° 2. 
Starb d watch, Chaddock, John. 
Starb d watch, Cowart, Cornelius, Fore Braces &c. 
Larb' 1 watch, Connell, Patrick, Gun N 29. 
Starb 11 watch, Crowel, Christ 1 , Gun N 9. 
Starb' 1 watch, Cossa, Ezekiel, Fore Top. 

Starb d watch, Connell, Dennis, between decks to attend lights 
Larb' 1 watch, Coupe, John, F. Braces & Crossjack do. 
Larly 1 watch, Davis, Thomas, Main Kigging. 
Starb' 1 watch, Dalaney, John, Forecastle. 
Starb 11 watch, Dodge, Zachariah. 
Larb fl watch, Dodge, Hampshire, Gun N 10. 
Starb d watch, Dodge, James. 
Starb d watch, Downs, Joseph. 

Davis, William, in the Cockpitt. 
Starb' 1 watch, Dovrell, Thomas, Gun N 11. 
Larb d Match, Elmes, James, Main Top. 
Starb' 1 watch, Elmes, Elkanah. 

Starb d watch, Elliot, John, M & Miz" T. S. Braces. 
Larb' 1 watch, Faris, William, Gun N 12. 
Starb 11 watch, Frame, Robert, Gun N 25. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 33 

Starb d watch, Fitzgerald, John, Main Rigging. 

Starb d watch, Fitzgerald, James, Gun N 12. 

Starb d watch, Freeman, Adam, Gun N° 7. 

Starb d watch, Foster, Benj a , Gun N 9. 

Starb d watch, French, -James, Gun N 6. 

Starb d watch, Fullerton, John, M & Miz" T. 8. Braces. 

Starb d watch, Freeman, Nero, Gun N° 11. 

Larb d watch, Freeman, Cuff. 

Starb d watch, Fowles, Lemuel, Fore Top. 

Faris, Jack, main hatchway to hand powder. 
Foster, Thomas, at the magazine. 
Furlong, Lawrence, Quart r deck. 
Fairweather, Caesar, fore hatchway to hand 
Powder. 

Larb d watch, Green, Henry, in the wardroom. 

Starb d watch, Gillard, John, Forecastle. 
Starb d watch, Garratt, John, Gun N 25. 
Larb d watch, Gouge, James. 
Larb d watch, Gott, Joshua, Gun N 10. 
Starb d watch, Griffen, James, Gun N 9. 
Larb d watch, Gray, Samuel, Gun N 4. 

Gilbert, Prince, fore hatchway to hand Powder. 
Gragg, Samuel, fore hatchway to hand Powder. 
Starb d watch, Gross, Simon, Gun deck abaft. 
Starb d watch, Harris, John. 
Larb d watch, Hogg, Eben r , Gun N 10. 
Larb' 1 watch, Hall, John. 
Larb d watch, Henderson, Joseph, Gun N 4. 
Larb d watch, Harraden, Dan 1 , Gun N 10. 
Larb d watch, Home, Dan 1 . 

Larb d watch, Hathaway, Charles, M & Miz" T. S. Braces. 
Larb d watch, Harraden, Joseph, Main Top. 
Starb d watch, Hopkins, Nath 1 , Miz" Mast. 
Larb d watch, Hudson, Thomas, Gun N° 6. 
Larb d watch, Hutchins, W m , Main Mast. 
Larb d watch, Heck, Francis, M & Miz 11 T. S. Braces. 
Larb d watch, Henderson, Benj a , Gun N 1. 
Starb d watch, Hewes, John, at the Wheel. 
Starb d watch, Holliday, John, Main Top. 
Starb d watch, Jennison, William. 
Starb d watch, Johnson, Benj a . 
Starb d watch, Jones, Alex 1 ', Gun N° 8. 
Starb d watch, Irish, John, Gun N 8. 



34 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Start)' 1 watch, Ingersoll, Joseph, Gun N 11. 

Larb' 1 watch, Kelly, Mathew, Fore Braces & Crossjack 

Braces, Starboard Side. 
Starb' 1 watch, Knowles, James, Gun N° 6. 
Larb' 1 watch, Kimball, Edward, Gun N 29. 
Larb a watch, Killmarnock, Alex r , Gun N 5. 
Starb' 1 watch, Keef, John, M. Topsail Braces. 
Larb' 1 watch, Low, John, at the wheel. 
Larb' 1 watch, Lowell, Ezra, at the Span Tiller. 
Larb' 1 watch, Leaden, John, Gun N 4. 
Larb' 1 watch, Lovering, Tho s . 
Larb' 1 watch, Lunt, Timothy, Gun N° 6. 
Larb' 1 watch, Leblanch, Lewis, Main Top. 
Larb' 1 watch, Lloyd, Arthur, Gun N 10. 
Larb fl watch, Lee, Caesar, F. Braces & Crossjack do. 
Starb' 1 watch, Leadbetter, Increase. 
Larb' 1 watch, Liscomb, William, Gun N 27. 

Lamb, William, Quart 1 ' Deck. 

Lewis, Joseph, Forecastle. 
Larb' 1 watch, Lubey, Richard, Fore Tops 1 Braces. 

Llinn, John, in the Cockpitt. 

M c Neill, Hector, Esq r ., Qu r Deck. 
Larb' 1 watch, M c Neill, Rob'. 

Starb' 1 watch, Mitchell, John, Fore Topsail Braces. 
Starb 11 watch, Milne, John, Gun N 5. 
Larb' 1 watch, M c Neill, Hect r , Jim 1 ', Gun Nil. 
Larb' 1 watch, Mitchell, George, Gun N 7. 
Starb 11 watch, Murphy, Michael, in Ward Room. 
Larb' 1 watch, Morgan, John, Gun N 8. 
Larb' 1 watch, Munro, William, Gun N 5. 
Starb' 1 watch, M c Kinnon, Charles, Gun N° 3. 
Larb' 1 watch, M c Dowell, Edward, Gun N 11. 
Starb' 1 watch, Meservey, Phillip, Gun N 25. 
Starb' 1 watch, Masterman, James, M. T. S. Braces. 
Starb 11 watch, Morgan, Thomas, Main Top. 
Starb' 1 watch, MTntyer, W ,n , Gun N 29. 
Larb' 1 watch, Mitchell, Joshua, in the Hold. 
Larb' 1 watch, Mitchell, Joseph, Gun N° 1. 
Larb' 1 watch, Moulton, Barth". 
Larb' 1 watch, Mehaney, Jeremiah, St' 1 M. Sh r,,s . 
Larb'' watch, Mulleahey, Michael, Gun N 7. 
Larb' 1 watch, Murray, John, Gun N 9. 
Starb (l watch, M c Laughlin, Law ce , Gun N° 10. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 35 

Start/ 1 watch, Mascott, Joseph, Larb d M n Shrouds. 

Starb d watch, M c Neill, Charles, between decks to attend 

lights. 
Larb d watch, Moody, Samuel, Main Top. 
Larb d watch, Mugford, W 111 , Gun N 6. 
Starb d watch, Mulling, W m , Gun N 25. 

Meschinet, Jn°, in the Cockpitt. 
Starb d watch, M c Elroy, David, M & Miz 11 T. S. Braces. 
Larb d watch, Nobel, Mark, Gun N° 7. 
Starb d watch, Nowell, Sam 1 Gun N 3. 
Starb d watch, Nock, James. 
Starb d watch, Newman, W 11 '. 
Larb d watch, Nichols, Rob 1 , Gun N° 1. 
Larb d watch, Nowlan, Rich' 1 . 
Starb d watch, OBrien, Will 1 ", Gun N 4. 
Larb d watch, OBrien, Joseph, Gun N 2. 
Larb d watch, Osgood, Nehemiah, Gun N 29. 
Starb d watch, Parrott, John, M & Miz 11 T. S. Braces. 
Starb d watch, Pettit, Joseph, F. Braces & Crossjack do. 
Larb d watch, Parsons, Zaccheus, Gun N 12. 
Larb d watch, Parker, Caleb, Gun N 9. 
Larb d watch, Perkins, Thomas. 
Larb d watch, Pettingale, Ephraim, Gun N 4. 
Starb d watch, Parker, Thomas, Fore Top. 
Larb d watch, Plunket, Abraham. 
Larb d watch, Phelps, Aholiab. 
Larb d watch, Pederson, Hants, Gun N 5. 
Starb d watch, Peirce, Benj a , Gun N 7. 
Starb d watch, Potter, John. 
Larb d watch, Perry, Jacob. 
Starb d watch, Philbrook, Joel. 
Larb d watch, Pitts, Boston, Fore Braces &c. 
Starb d watch, Petters, Pomp, Gun N 8. 
Starb d watch, Paine, Richard, Gun N 3. 
Larb' 1 watch, Parsons, W m , Gun N 12. 
Larb d watch, Parker, Joseph, Fore Top. 

Palmes, Richard. 
Larb d watch, Rogers, Chace, Gun N° 6. 
Starb d watch, Ropes, William, Gun N 2. 
Larb d watch, Ryan, Michael, Gun N° 5. 
Starb d watch, Ricker, John, between decks to attend lights. 
Starb d watch, Stockbridge, Sam 1 . 

do Smith, John, at the Wheel. 



36 AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY NAVAL SERVICE. 

Larb d watch, Smith, Andrew, Gun N 2. 

Larb d watch, Shaw, Thomas, Forecastle. 

Starb' 1 watch, Stiles, Richard, Miz" Mast. 

St a rb' 1 watch, Snooks, William, Main Top. 

Starb' 1 watch, Sleeper, John, in the Hold. 

Larb' 1 watch, Smith, Joseph. 

Larb' 1 watch, Sherburne, Tho s . 



Larl)' 1 watch, Sampson, Nath 1 . 

Starb' 1 watch, Sims, James, Fore Top. 

Starb d watch, Storow, Jethro, Gun N 12. 

Starb' 1 watch, Sprague, Labon. 

Starb' 1 watch, Sweetland, Rich' 1 , Gun N 5. 

Sawyer, Moses, in the Gockpitt. 
Starb' 1 watch, Shoot, Adam, in Fore Top. 
Larb' 1 watch, Sullaway, John. 
Starb' 1 watch, Tapping, Benj a , Gun N 10. 
Larb' 1 watch, Taylor, James, Gun N 3. 
Starb' 1 watch, Tobine, Patrick, Gun N 8. 
Larb' 1 watch, Terry, London, Gun N 5. 
Starb' 1 watch, Thornton, James, Main Top. 
Starb' 1 watch, Tifft, Mathew, Gun N 1. 
Larb' 1 watch, Tree, Francis, Gun N 2. 
Larb' 1 watch, Webber, Dan 1 , Main & Miz" Top S 1 Braces. 
Larb' 1 watch, Willson, John, Gun N° 2. 
Larb' 1 watch, Whalon, And w , Gun N 12. 
Larb' 1 watch, Wisdom, John, Gun N 12. 
Larb d watch, Welch, Walter, Fore Top. 
Larb' 1 watch, Wise, W" 1 , after hatchway to hand Powder. 
Larb' 1 watch, Woodbery, Cornelius. 
Larb' 1 watch, Webb, John, Gun N° 8. 
Starb' 1 watch, Wood, John. 
Larb' 1 watch, Willson, James, Main Top. 
Starb d watch, Woodman, Benj a , Gun N 6. 
Larl)' 1 watch, Wood, Cato, Fore Topsail Braces. 
Larl)' 1 watch, Winslow, Nicholas, after hatchway to hand 

Powder. 
Starb' 1 watch, Waters, William. 

Starb' 1 watch, Wetherell, Abel, main hatchway to hand Pow- 
der. 
Starb' 1 watch, Williams, Benj*. 

Wood well, Gideon, in the Hold. 
Staib' 1 watch, Washburn, Gideon. 
Starb' 1 watch, Williams, Charles. 



THE CONTINENTAL FRIGATE BOSTON. 37 

Starb' 1 watch, Wood, Cuff, F. Braces & Crossjack. 
Starb a watch, Woodberry, Lemuel, Gim N 1. 
Larb d watch, Wright, W m , Gun N 7. 
Starb' 1 watch, Webber, Richard, Gun N 10. 
Woodman, Daniel, Gun N 3. 
Starb cl watch, Woodwell, Gideon, Jun 1 ', Gun N 1. 
Larb tl watch, Welch, Hezekiah, in the Waist. 

[End of list.] 



EXTRACTS FROM THE JOURNAL OF BENJAMIN 
CROWNINGSHIELD. 

Before closing the record of the Continental frigate Boston, 
it may be well to give the description of the battle of July 
7, 1777, as found in the Journal of Benjamin Crowningshield, 
who was one of the crew of the Boston. In his Journal 
under date of July 7, 1777, is the following. 

"At 6 o'cock P. M. [July 6,] see two vessels to the East- 
ward of us, at 4 A. M. see them again B earring to the East- 
ward. Still at 5 A. M. made a saile Bearing to S. W. we 
going W. b. S. She past us & gave us two guns, as soon as 
she got in our wake she pnt about and stood for us and 
came up with us fast and we play'd away with our Stairn 
Chasers. At 11 A. M. Capt. Manly & the Fox & our Ship 
put about & stood for her; at 35 minutes after 11 we began 
to Engage & had it very warm. The Fox being to Leward 
the frigate at her & she Run before the wind. There was a 
two Decker under our Lee, we ware a stoping our shot holes 
we thought it not safe to follow. At 12 P. M. Capt. Manly 
put about stood after the Fox, the two Decker gave chase to 
him and fir'd sev'ral guns he stood away as fast as posable. 
The frigate and Fox made a Running fight, they stood away 
about N. N. E. we stood about N. W. B. N. We lost sight 
of Capt. Manly about 4 P. M. But we keep sight of the 
Fox & frigate till dark and could see the frigate's two guns 
shot off [at] the Fox and thought the Fox gain'd of her. 
The frigate mounted 32 or 36 guns. We are surrounded 
with ships all Round. At 6 [o'clock] we heard guns for a 
long time. We Expect some Engagement soon. 

[The end.] 



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



FAMILY RECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 36.] 

Joseph Cartland; page 42. 
Lydia Allen; died 6 mo. 1758. 

Married at Dover, 7, 9 mo. 1745. 
Their children: 
Pelatiah, born 14, 12 mo. 1740; page 50. 
Eunice, 17, 3 mo. 1749; page 50; married Tobias Varney. 
Miriam, 21, 10 mo. 1751; married Daniel Gove of Weare. 
Abigail, 1, 10 mo. 1753; page 59; married Isaiah Jenkins. 
Elijah, 1, 8 mo. 1755; disowned; died 14, 3 mo. 1790. 
Samuel Lamos; page 23. 
[Wife's name not given.] 

Married at Hampton, 1744. 

(F. F. R., I: 29.) 
Simeon Hill. 
Rebecca Austin; pages 10 and 31. 

Married at Dover, 7, 9 mo. 1745. 
Daniel Twombly. 
Mary Tuttle; pages 18 and 35. 

Married at Dover, 22, 5 mo. 1747. 
Their son born: 
Daniel, born 17, 6 mo. 1748; disowned 23, 4 mo. 1785. 
Gideon Warren. 
Hannah Morrill; page 21. 

Married at [Dover], 1, 12 mo. 1748. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Phineas, born 23, 2 mo. 1750; died 28, 9 mo. 1753. 
Adriel, 24, 2 mo. 1752; disowned 4, 11 mo. 1775. 
Pelatiah, 1, mo. 1754; disowned 21, 6 mo. 1777. 
Keziah, 31, 3 mo. 1756; page 55; married Reuben Hussey. 
Peace, 27, 1 mo. 1758; disowned. 
Ruth, 6, 6 mo. 1760. 

Phineas, 22, 4 mo. 1763; disowned 22, 3 mo. 1788. 
Asa, 7, 3 mo. 1766; disowned 19, 5 mo. 1792. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 39 

Charlotte, 17, 2 mo. 1768; married out; disowned 21, 10 

mo. 1790. 
John Morrill, 22, 1 mo. 1770; died 4, 5 mo. 1773. 
John Morrill, 11, 5 mo. 1774. 
Nicholas Meader. 
Sarah Worth. 

Married at Dover, 22, 2 mo. 1749. 
Their son born: 
David, born; disowned 20, 11 mo. 1784; received — 1800. 
Silas Hanson; died 8, 1 mo. 1775. 
Abigail Varney; page 91. 

Married at Dover, 1, 9 mo. 1749. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Huldah, born 14, 10 mo. 1750; page 48; married Thomas 

Varney. 
Richard, 6, 12 mo. 1752; page 60. 
Anne, 16, 11 mo. 1756; page 56; married Pelatiah Cartland; 

died 23, 7 mo. 1822. 
Jedediah, 4, 7 mo. 1759; disowned. 
Stephen Hanson; died 14, 11 mo. 1812. 
Mary Austin; page 16; died 1, 6 mo. 1812. 
Married at Dover, 26, 8 mo. 1749. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Nicholas, born 19, 2 mo. 1750; page 58. 
Nathaniel, 1, 6 mo. 1751; died 19, 6 mo. 1754. 
Priscilla, 7, 8 mo. 1756; page 54; married Stephen Hussey. 
Micajah, 7, 5 mo. 1761; disowned. 

Sarah, 25, 4 mo. 1765; married out to I. Canney; disowned. 
Susanna, 7, 8 mo. 1767; page 80; married Jonathan Lamos. 
Elijah, 12, 3 mo. 1771; disowned. 
Stephen, 18, 11 mo. 1774; page 89. 
Elijah Allen. 
Elizabeth Reed. 

Married at Salem. 
Their children born at Kittery: 
Jacob born. 
Jonathan. 
Anne. 

Ephraim, 26, 8 mo. 1750; page 59; died 10, 1 mo. 1846. 
Daniel; page 60; removed to Falmouth, cert. 19, 7 mo. 

1783. 
Anne, died. 
Jacob; disowned at Salem. 



40 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Maul Hanson; pages 24 and 31. 
Mary Canney; died 1760. 

Married out of the order of Friends, 1750. 
Their daughter born in Dover: 
Mary, born 2, 4 mo. 1750; page 49; married Moses Hanson. 
Nicholas Austin; page 16. (F. F. R., I: 30.) 

Elizabeth Tibbetts; page 38. 

Married at Dover, 26, 2 mo. 1750. 
Ambrose Bampton; died 25, 8 mo. 1790. 
Rebecca Hill; page 30; died 21, 8 mo. 1802. 

Married at Dover, 1, [cert. 5,] 9 mo. 1750. 
Their children born in Dover: 
John, born 5, 11 mo. 1751; died 14, 8 mo. 1755. 
Nathaniel, 29, 4 mo. 1754; died 25, 1 mo. 1803. 
Mary, 2, 8 mo. 1755; page 58; married Jonathan Leighton. 
Ambrose, 22, 2 mo. 1757; died 9, 10 mo. 1811. 
Anna, 27, 7 mo. 1759; married Benjamin Paul. 
Hannah, 26, 6 mo. 1761; died 24, 9 mo. 1765. 
John, 4, 3 mo. 1763; died 16, 9 mo. 1764. 
Tobias Hanson; page 21. 
Sarah Frye; page 11; died 17, 8 mo. 1800. 

Married at Dover, 21, [cert. 25,] 8 mo. 1750. 
John Hanson; page 25; died 9, 1 mo. 1784. 
Sarah Tuttle; page 18; died 12, 11 mo. 1804. 
Married at Dover, 21, 9 mo. 1750. 
Their children born at Dover: 
James, born 25, 5 mo. 1751; disowned 20, 9 mo. 1777. 
Elizabeth, 1, 2 mo. 1754; page 61; married Marble Osborne. 
Mary, 17, 2 mo. 1756; page 68; married Nathaniel Austin. 
Isaac, 5, 11 mo. 1758; disowned 20, 10 mo. 1791. 
Maul Hanson; page 30; died 17, 5 mo. 1798. 
Anne Austin; page 16; died 11, 2 mo. 1799. 
Married at Dover, 23, 3 mo. 1751. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Andrew, born 20, 4 mo. 1752; page 73. 
Robert, 9, 12 mo. 1753; page 62. 
Timothy, 15, 2 mo. 1755; lost at sea, departed 15, 9 mo. 

1786. 
Sarah, 20, 4 mo. 1757; page 70; married Isaiah Jenkins. 
Nicholas, 5, 7 mo. 1759; lost at sea with Timothy. 
Nathaniel, 11 mo. 1761. 

Anna, 3, 8 mo. 1764; page 67; married Joseph Roberts. 
Katharine, 16, 3 mo. 1766. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 41 

Joseph Varney; page 15; disowned 19, 9 mo. 1767. 
Temperance Smith. 
[Married.] 

Their children born in Somersworth: 
Hannah, born 10, 2 mo. 1750; page 51; married Caleb 

Buffum. 
Abigail, 20, 12 mo. 1754; married out of Society. 
Joseph, 20, 5 mo. 1756; married out; died 19, 1 mo. 1793. 
Samuel, 4, 9 mo. 1758; page 69. 
Temperance, 27, 5 mo. 1760; married Paul Varney. 

(F. F. R., I: 31.) 
Samuel Kennard; removed to Falmouth; cert. 18, 11 mo. 

1780. 
Elizabeth Allen. 

Married at Dover, 29, 9 mo. 1750. 
Nathaniel Austin; page 36. 
Miriam Hill. 

Married at Dover, 1751. 
Jacob Sawyer; page 28; disowned; died 26, 4 mo. 1799. 
Sarah Hanson; died 7, 5 mo. 1802. 

Married at Dover, 10, 5 mo. 1751. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Stephen, born 8, 6 mo. 1752; page 58; died 30, 9 mo. 1831. 
Patience, 26, 9 mo. 1753; page 60; married Richard 

Hanson. 
Susanna, 17, 12 mo. 1758; disowned. 
Micajah, 19, 5 mo. 1760; disowned, 1807. 
Keziah, 12, 1 mo. 1762; disowned, 1800. 
Lydia, 30, 11 mo. 1763; disowned 17, 3 mo. 1792. 
Timothy, 5, 10 mo. 1766; disowned. 
Jacob, 1, 10 mo. 1769; page 94; disowned, 1816. 
Mary, 13, 11 mo. 1771; disowned, 1793. 
Content, 13, 4 mo. 1774; married James Neal, Eliot; after- 
wards disowned. 
Enoch, 4, 2 mo. 1776; disowned, 1799; died 11, 10 mo. 
1857. 
Stephen Varney; page 18; died 30, 3 mo. 1787. 
Deliverance Lamos; pages 23 and 74. 

Married at Dover, 10, 5 mo. 1751. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Hannah, born 7, 7 mo. 1752; disowned. 
Stephen, 30, 3 mo. 1754; disowned, 2 mo. 1791. 
Mercy, 20, 4 mo. 1756; page 58; married Jonathan Jenkins. 



42 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Joshua, 3, 6 mo. 1758; disowned 23, 6 mo. 1787. 
Elizabeth, 20, 3 mo. 1761; married Jabez Jenkins; remov- 
ed to Falmouth. 
Ephraim, 30, 8 mo. 1703; disowned, 8 mo, 1797. 
Eunice, 4, 12 mo. 1765; page 72; married James Roberts. 
Abigail, 7, 4 mo. 1768; married out to John Jenkins, Jr.; 

disowned. 
Sarah, 4, 2 mo. 1771; page 78; married Moses Hanson, Jr. 
Nathaniel, 9, 6 mo. 1776; disowned, 1798. 
Deliverance, 27, 3 mo. 1778; page 96; married John 
Meader. 
Thomas Hanson; pages 20 and 62. 
Hannah Sawyer; died 13, 4 mo. 1781. 
Married at Hampton. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Miriam. 

Patience, 28, 5 mo. 1752; page 58; married Nicholas Han- 
son. 
Sarah, 23, 8 mo. 1754; page 52; married Robert Estes. 
Elizabeth, 26, 5 mo. 1756; page 53; married Joseph Rob- 
erts. 
Lois, — , 4 mo. 1758; page 55; married John Roberts. 
Miriam; page 62; married John Varney. 
Thomas, 8, 8 mo. 1764; disowned 17, 4 mo. 1790. 
Eunice, 12, 4 mo. 1767; died 29, 6 mo. 1796. 
Judith, 12, 4 mo. 1769; disowned. 
Bitfield, 3, 5 mo. 1771; removed to Salem. 

(F. F. R., I: 32.) 
Isaac Rogers. 
Lydia Varney; page 21. 

Married at Dover, 28, 6 mo. 1751. 
Their children: 
Paul, born 26, 6 mo. 1752; page 54. 
Levi, 21, 2 mo. 1754; page 56. 

Hannah, 1, 2 mo. 1756; page 53; married John Buffum. 
Nathaniel, 22, 5 mo. 1758; page 61. 
Thomas, 5, 10 mo. 1760; disowned; restored. 
Sarah, 6, 9 mo. 1762; married Jacob Tabor of Vassal- 
borough. 
Lydia, 21, 4 mo. 1766; died 6, 5 mo. 1785. 
Margaret, 3, 9 mo. 1768; died 15, 12 mo. 1775. 
Elijah, Jenkins; pages 14 and 35. 
Hannah Frye; page 19. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 43 

Married at Dover, 7, 9 mo. 1751. 
Their child: 
Hannah, born 18, 2 mo. 1754; died 22, 6 mo. 1755. 
Samuel Gould; page 40. 
Mary Jenkins; page 14. 

Married at Dover, 7, 9 mo. 1751. 
Their children born at Berwick. 
Ezra, born. 

Elizabeth; page 70; married Joseph Meader, Jr. 
Lydia, 29, 11 mo. 1761; died 29, 8 mo. 1791. 
Muzzey Gould; page 46. 
Martha Frye; page 19. 

Married at Dover, 28, 9 mo. 1751. 
Their children: 
Elihu, born. 
Isaiah; page 62. 
Stephen. 
Alden Warren; disowned 20, 10 mo. 1775. 
Abigail Neal; disowned, 2 mo. 1791. 

Married at Dover, 28, 9 mo. 1751. 
Ezekiel Allen. 
Mary Needham; died 6, 1 mo. 1796. 

Married at Salem, 14, 10 mo. 1751. 
Their children born in Kittery: 
Elizabeth, born 24, 2 mo. 1753; married out. 
Content, 5, 1 mo. 1754; died 7, 8 mo. 1755. 
Mary, 19, 9 mo. 1756; died 21, 10 mo. 1780. 
Bathsheba, 21, 6 mo. 1759; married Ebenezer Frye and 

was disowned. 
Sarah, 19, 2 mo. 1661; disowned. 
Ruth, 14, 4 mo. 1763; married out. 
Edmund, 11, 1 mo. 1765; died 3, 9 mo. 1767. 
Jerusha, 2, 8 mo. 1766; died 7, 6 mo. 1786. 
Desire, 2, 8 mo. 1766; died 3, 9 mo. 1766. 
Paul Pinkham; page 18; died 16, 3 mo. 1819. 
Rose, Austin; page 15. 
Married. 

Their children born in Dover: 
Nicholas, born 3, 11 mo. 1755; died 1, 10 mo. 1770. 
Joseph, 14, 8 mo. 1757; page 73; died 27, 2 mo. 1845. 
Otis, 25, 8 mo. 1759; 14, 9 mo. 1786 went to sea and was 

heard of no more. 
Silas, 9, 11 mo. 1764; died 10, 9 mo. 1796. 



44 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Rose, 1, 12 mo. 176G; disowned, 1801; married Jonathan 

Hanson. 
Paul, 1, 12 mo. 1768; disowned. 

(F. F. R., I: 33.) 
Here the New Stile begins. 
George Lay ton. 
Dorothy Hall. 

Married at Dover, 20, 1 mo. 1753. 
Richard Scamon; page 20. 
Hope Tuttle; page 18; died 30, 9 mo. 1782. 
Married at Dover 10, 5 mo. 1753. 
No children. 
Thomas Morrill; page 24: disowned 20, 2 mo. 1790. 

Johnson. 

Married at Hampton, 25, 3 mo. 1754. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Enoch, born; Sarah; Mary; Stephen; Peace; Thomas, dis- 
owned 21, 10 mo. 1790; Peter; Enoch; Samuel, disowned; 
Abigail; Judith; Jacob. 
Moses Purinton; page 72. 
Peace Morrill; page 21; died 1G, 5 mo. 1786. 
Married at Berwick, 17, 9 mo. 1754. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
John, born 27, 1 mo. 1757; page 68. 
Benajah, 7, 4 mo. 1760; page 72. 
Pelatiah, 4, 8 mo. 1763; removed to Salem. 
Jacob, 2, 5 mo. 1766; removed to Salem 6 mo. 1791. 
James, 30, 4 mo. 1771; page 88; removed to Weare. 
Joseph Hanson. 
Margaret Hanson. 

Married at Dover 9, 10 mo. 1754. 
Jedediah Allen. 
Sarah Peasley; page 44. 

Married at Hampton, 1754. 
Their children: 
Francis, born 11, 11 mo. 1755; removed to Seabrook, cer- 
tificate dated 1 mo. 1787. 
Lydia, 13, 9 mo. 1757; page 57; married out to Jonathan 

Meader. 
Dorcas, 28, 12 mo. 1758; page 60; married Jonathan Var- 

ney. 
Ruth, 21, 4 mo. 1760. 
Sarah, 31, 5 mo. 1761; married Simon Green of Hampton. 



QUERIES. 

60. Munsey. — Genealogical information wanted on the 
following lines, most of the maiden names of the wives are 
unknown at present. 

The ancestry of William Munsey, of Kittery, Me. and 

Dover, N. H., born about 1645; married Margaret 

about 1670, died at Dover, June 10, 1698. 

Margaret, [surname unknown,] married about 1670, Wil- 
liam Munsey, of Kittery, Me. and Dover, N. H. 

Margaret, [surname unknown,] married about 1705 John 
Munsey, of Dover, N. H. 

[Name unknown], married about 1735 David Munsey, of 
Durham and Lee, N. H. 

Mary, [surname unknown,] married about 1780 Timothy 
Munsey, of Lee and Barnstead, N. H. 

Hannah (Lewis?) married 1672 Thomas Sawyer, of Lan- 
caster, Mass. 

Mary Marble married 1679 James Sawyer, Lancaster, 
Mass. 

Elizabeth George married 1700 Ephraim Sawyer, of Mans- 
field, Conn. 

Sarah Lee married about 1755 Noah Merritt, of Templeton, 
Mass. and Hebron, Conn. 

Thankful, or Mary Williams married about 1680 Caleb 
Hopkins, of Eastham, Mass. 

Ancestry of John Mereen born about 1725-30, of Eastham 
and Roxbury, Mass. 

Lydia, [surname unknown,] married about 1696 Isaac 
Higgins, of Eastham, Mass. 

Mary Langton or Laughton married 1675 Thomas Day, of 
Gloucester, Mass. 

[Name unknown], married about 1705 Joseph Day, of 
Gloucester, Mass. 

[Name unknown], married about 1735 Josiah Day, of 
Georgetown, Maine. William L. Palmer. 

22 Sacramento Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

61. Hill. — Williams. — Elizabeth Hill married William 
Williams, and went from Durham in 1761 and located in 
Canterbury, now Northfield, N. H. 

They had children Sarah, born in February 1759, Eliza- 



46 QUERIES. 

beth and Catherine and two sons John and William who 
served in the Revolution. 

Elizabeth Hill was third wife of William Williams, his 
first wife was Betsy Bamford; second wife was a Caverno, 
and we think this marriage was referred to in the Caverno 
Genealogy. 

Ancestry desired of Elizabeth Hill and William Williams, 
also birth and death of each. 

Deed from Samuel and Hannah Smith to William Wiliams, 
of Durham, N. H.; date April 24, 1749; land which said 
Smith bought of Thomas Hans (Harris) of Dover. 

Deed from Elizabeth Hix (Hicks), of Barrington, N. H. 
to William Williams, of Durham; date April 6, 1761; land 
in Canterbury. 

Deed from William Williams, of Canterbury, to Samuel 
Moor; date May 15, 1762; land in Canterbury. 
N. H. Province Records, Concord, N. H. 

Rand. — Martin. — Moses Rand born? died at Barnstable, 
N. H. 1810. A Revolutionary soldier, married Lydia 4 Went- 
worth, (Jonathan 3 , Ephraim 2 , Eld. William 1 ). Lydia Went- 
worth was baptized May 28 th , 1752, died at Barnstable, N.H. 
1806, age 54. 

Their children were Betsey, married Jonathan Bunker, of 
Barnstead; Sarah, married Reuben Sanborn, of Barnstead; 
Lydia, married Edward Leighton; Phebe, married John Wal- 
lace; Ruth, married Tuttle; Abigail, married John G. 

Shannon, of Gilmanton. 

Moses Wentworth married Mary 5 Sanborn, (John 4 , David 3 
Joseph 2 , Lieut. John 1 ) and died in the war of 1812. Jona- 
than, unmarried, died in the war of 1812. Samuel, lived 
and died in Barnstead. 

Moses Rand born? died 1810, was the son of John Rand 
and Isabel Martin. "Old Families of Salisbury and Ames- 
bury" by Hoyt, gives the record of George 3 , (Richard 2 
George 1 ) Martin, born? married April 25" 1 , 1706, Isabel Bee- 
die (or Bettel) daughter of Robert Beedle (or Bettel) and 
they had eight children, among whom was Isabel, born 1720. 

Was this Isabel Martin, born 1720, the wife of John Rand, 
and when and where were they married? 

There were Rands in Dover, and Rye, also some births in 
Boston from 1700 to 1800. 

Samuel and Sarah Rand, had many children. They had 
one son John born April 26, 1725. 



QUERIES. 47 

Can any one assist in finding this marriage? 

Cilley. — Morrill. — Captain Cutting 4 Cilley, (Joseph 3 , 
Thomas 2 , John 1 ,) born 1738, died Northfield, 1825, married 
Martha? Morrill 1761. 

Her ancestry desired, also birth and death. 

(Mrs.) L. B. Ingalls. 

126 Paul Gore Street, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

62. Sherburne. — Can any reader inform me where I 
may procure a copy of The Tourist's Guide to Europe, writ- 
ten by Col. John Henry Sherburne and published in 1847, by 
Zeigler of Philadelphia? 

Col. John Henry Sherburne, referee! to in the above query, 
was sixth in descent from Henry Sherburne, who settled in 
Portsmouth, N. H. in 1632, who was seventh in descent, 
through a younger son, of Sir Richard Sherburne, of Stony- 
hurst Hall, Lancashire, England. 

Col. John Henry Sherburne was the author of the first 
Life of John Paul Jones, written in English, and he made an 
attempt, about 1850, to recover the body of the naval hero 
for return to the United States. 

Any information will be gratefully received. 

(Miss) Ella M. Sherburne Spurling. 

30 Fisher Street, Dover, N. H. 

63. Gove. — Samuel 3 Smith (Robert 2 , Richard 1 ,) of Salis- 
bury, Mass., born June 28, 1714; married Mary Gove; was 
a member of Provincial Congress in 1775; died Oct. 25, 
1778; his widow Mary died Jan. 18, 1786, aged 68. 

Jonathan 4 Smith, (Samuel 3 , Robert 2 , Richard 1 ), of Salis- 
bury, born 1757; married Dolly (or Dorothy) Gove of Sea- 
brook, N. H. about 1777; was Col. of Militia, also Collector 
of Taxes for many years; died Jan. 17, 1824; his widow died 
1843. 

Who were the parents of Mary Gove wife of Samuel 3 
Smith, and of Dolly Gove wife of Jonathan 4 Smith? 

Chase. — Jonathan Robinson, son of James & Mary (Jack- 
son) Robinson, born in Stratham, N. H., Feb. 13, 1720, mar- 
ried Mercy Chase, 1737 — 8. Their children were: Chase, 
born 1738; Jonathan, 1741; Mary, 1744; Bradbury, 1746; 
Jeremiah, 1750; Thomas, 1753; Noah, 1757; David, 1759; 
Winthrop, 1761. Wanted names of father and mother of 
Mercy Chase and family (of Chase) from which she was a 
descendant. 



48 DONATIONS. 

Address: G. H. W. ('are of N. H. Genealogical Record, 
Dover, N. H. 

64. Shaw. — Wanted, birth, marriage, death and mother's 
maiden name of Abigail Shaw, who married Benjamin Cram. 
She was daughter of Joseph Shaw of Brentwood. 

John G. Cram. 
105 Charles Street, Boston, Mass. 

65. Dame. — Who were the parents of Jonathan Dam, or 
Dame as the name is now spelled, who married October 25, 
1711 Sarah, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Langdon) 
Fernald? 

Witham. — Who were the parents of Jerusha Witham 
who married Hatevil Dam, March 22, 1784? 

(Mrs.) A. M. C. Riley. 
142 Pleasant Street, Claremont, N. H. 



DONATIONS. 

Since our last issue the following donations in books and 
pamphlets have been received by The New Hampshire Gen- 
ealogieal Society, for which I am directed to present the 
grateful thanks of the society. 

Donors. 

Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
Miss Minnie E. Shorey, 
Charles P. Chesley, 
H. K. Reynolds, 
Benjamin T. Whitehouse, 
Hon. Wm, F. Russell, 
Mrs. C. H. Hilton, 
Jonathan Smith, 
Mrs. A. C. Hall, 
Mrs. Flora G. Moulton, 
Smithsonian Institution, 
Charles T. Caldwell, M. D., 

Total 

Number of previous donations, 

Total, since incorporation of society, Feb. 24, 1903, 7,930 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



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GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 



Vol. IV. 



Dover, N. H., Apkil, 1907. 



No. 2. 



M)RTH CHURCH RECORDS, 
PORTSMOUTH. 



LIST OF MEMBERS, 
1699. 

[List concluded from Vol. Ill, page 56.] 



Susannah Preston 
Anne Lang 
Wife of Stephen Lang 
Wife of John Sevy 
Mehitabel Peirce 
Eliz: Parker 
Dorothy ffrost 
Hannah Jaffrey 
Eliz: Cotton 
Mary ffollet 

A list of men belonging to y e Church of Christ at Portsm 

in N. Hampshire, April 1, 1707. 
Nathaniel Rogers, Pastor of John Jones 



Margery Furnald 
Mary ffosse 
Mary Pickerin' 
Mary Eliot 
Eliz: Ham 
Abigail White 
Eliz: Wibird 
Abigail Walker 
Lydia Berry 
Mehitabel Dennet 



y e church 
George Jaffry 
Samuel Keais 
Obadiah Morse 
Job Allcock 
John Dennet Sen r 
John Plaisted Sen r 
George Vaughan 
John Partridge 
Joshua Peirce 
Edward Toogood 



Joseph Dennet 
John Sherbourn 
Tobias Langdon 
John Kate 
Ebenezer Johnson 
William Philbrick 
Sam 11 floss 
William White 
Joshua Hains 
Joseph Hill 
John Dennet Jun 1 



50 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

James ffumald N. B. The Rev d Nathaniel 

John Adams Rogers was ordained Pas- 

John Newmarch, minister at tor of this Chh. May 3, 

Kittery 1699, and died Oct. 1723, 

Richard Elliot M 55. 

At a church meeting legally convened Portsm Ap: 21, 1707. 

Vot. that Samuel Penhallow & Thomas Phips formerly be- 
long to y e church of Christ at Charlestown be received as 
members of this church. 

Since added to y e church: 

Thomas Beck, Thomas Peirce, Mehitable Peirce, Robert 
Lang, Stephen Lang, Eliz: Parker, Dorothy ffrost. 

May 20. Samuel Hart. 

August 9, 1708. William Parker, Michael Whidden, Anne 
Lang, Mary Jaxon, Sarah Bickford were received as mem- 
bers of y e [church*]. 

Hannah Jaffrey received a member of y e church April — , 
1709. 

William Cotton & Eliz: hu* received as members May 2, — * 

James Lebba July — , 1709. 

*el Lang Sep 1 y e 4 [1709*] (N. C. R., II: 1.) 

Mary ff'ollet & Margery ffurnald received into full commun- 
ion in y e church March 16, 1709/10. 

Mary floss the wife of Samuel ffoss received into full com- 
munion in this church July 30, 1710. 

Mary the wife of Thomas Pickerin received into full com- 
munion March 22, 1710/11. 

Mary Eliot & Elizabeth Ham received into full communion 
July 5, 1711. 

William White & Abigail his wife received into full com- 
munion Aug: 29, 1711. 

Joshua Weeks received into full communion Oct: 14, 1711. 

Solomon Hewes, Eliz: Wibird, Abigail Walker, Lidia Berry, 
Mehitabel Dennet May 30, 1712. 

Mary Gerrish, Deliverance Lang, Judith Permitt, Mary Den- 
net, Elizabeth Skillian July 1713. 

John Hill & Elizabeth Marshal April 1, 1714. 

Eliz: Cutt, Bridget Miller, Ruth Waterhouse May 24, 1714. 

Benjamin Gamblin & Mary Gamblin July 8, 1714. 

Henry Rust Sept: 21. 

*iel Hill, *garet Pike, * Ayer Nov: 1714. 

(N. C. R., II: 2.) 
♦Record torn. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 51 

Sarah Jaxon, Martha Toby, Elizabeth Penhallow, Martha 
Langdon, Johannah Low, Elizabeth Akerman. 

Josiah Clark, Mary Clark, Hannah Hill, Rebecca Graffham 
July 1715. 

Hannah Stanforth May 3. 

Eliz: Peirce June 14. 

Sam 11 Shackford, William Lewis & Mary Lewis July 1716. 

Lidia Sloper, Sarah Sherbourn May 30, 1717. 

Hannah Toogood Ap: 24, 1718. 

Hannah Remick & Mary Brown Aug: 2, 1719. 

Peter Mow, Hannah Jaffry 1720. 

Elizabeth Beck Oct. 1720. 

Moses Dennet, Joseph Peirce March 16, 1720. 

William ffellows May 1722. 

Thomas Simpson Aug. 1723. 

(N. C. R., II: 3.) 

June 9, 1778. This Manuscript is the Chh Records kept 
by the Rev d Nathaniel Rogers Pastor of the first Church 
in Portsmouth. Ever since whose Death in 1723, it has 
remained in the Hands of his son D r Daniel Rogers; of 
whom I this day asked & received it to be lodged with the 
other Chh Records. I received it of him as original offi- 
cial Entries in his Father's own Hand writing & delivered 
it to Deacon Penhallow to be deposited and kept with the 
other Papers and Records of the first Congregational 
Church in Portsmouth. 

Attest Ezra Stiles N. D. M. 

Pastor pro Tempore of said Church. 

This Manuscript was mislaid by F. W. H. from 1884 to 
1907 when it was found & placed with church Papers 
stored in 1 st N. Bank Safe by 

C. A. Hazlett, Warden. 
(N. C. R., II: 4.) 



BAPTISMS. 

Portsm April 21, 1707. At a church meeting legally con- 
vened, it was voted that person having a competent 
knowledge & making a serious pro. of y e Xian Religion & 
being of a conversation void of scandal, upon y r owning 
y e covenant & subjecting themselves to y e goverm* of X in 
this church shall be admitted to baptism, & have the like 
privilege for y r children. 



52 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Dorothy Sherbourn owned y e covenant in Boston. Her 
Daughter Anne baptized here. 

Sarah Jaxon,* Margaret Jaxon, Elizabeth Wibird owned the 
covenant & obtained baptism For y' children. 

Mary Man was received into covenant & baptized together 
\v h her children. 

Eliz: Parker owned y e covenant & obtained baptism for her 
children, Elizabeth & Thomas. 

Stephen Lang, Joseph Langmaid, Dorothy Frost, Margaret 
Seveat, Ruth Waterhouse, Nathaniel Parker, & Eliz: bra- 
sher Jun. owned y e covenant & received y e seal of Baptism 
1707/8. 

The wife of Nicholas fTollet owned y e covenant, her sons 
Samuel & Nicholas were baptized. 

Abigail Comb owned y e covenant & obtained baptism for her 
child. 

Sarah Waterhouse, Jane Odihorn, Mary Henely, Margaret 
Row owned y e covenant & were baptized. 

Grace Lang owned y e covenant & all her children received 
baptism May 30, 1708. 

James Libbe, Mary Libbe, Agnis Grafton, Bethulia Baker, 
Sarah Ball were received into covenant & Baptized June 
13, — 4 children of James Lebbe & 3 of Agnis Grafton 
were baptized. William ffrost baptized. Maryf ffurnald. 

July 4. Abia Ayer, Eliz: Allcock, Mary Hart, Martha Toby, 
Agnis Clark, Eliz: Crown, Mary Larraby, Sarah Moses 
were received into y e covenant & Baptized. 

Mary Ayers, Ayers. Phebe Ayers, John Ayers, Sam- 
uel Alcock, Mary Hart, Samuel Hart, Robert Hart, John 
Hart, Mary Clark, Elizabeth Clark. (N. C. R., II: 5.) 

Sarah Jaxon received into y e covenant of Grace & Baptized at 
Boston, Benjamin Jaxon her son Baptized July 18, 1708. 

Anne Homes baptized & her two children Samuel & Mary 
July 25. 

Ruth Homes received into covenant & baptized & her two 
sons John & Jeremiah. 

Mary Jones received into covenant iV baptized. Timothy, 
Margaret, Maiy Waterhouse children of Timothy Water- 
house Baptized July 25, 1708. 

August 2. Reuben Hull was baptized. 

*By request the comma has been used to separate different names and 
the period at end of sentences. The colon has been retained same as in 
the original. Otherwise this copy is an exact transcript, 

tA line is drawn through the word Mary. 



BAPTISMS. 53 

1708. August 8. Johanna Low owned y e covenant & ob- 
tained Baptism for her children. Sarah Low, John Low, 
Hen Low children of John & Johanna Low Baptized. 

August 8. William Parker, Mary Paul, Elizabeth Thomp- 
son, Sarah Cater were received into covenant & Baptized. 

Moses & Mary Paul children of Moses Paul were Baptized. 

Thomas Hart y e son of Samuel Hart was Baptized. 

John Parker & Katherine Parker the children of William 
Parker Baptized. 

August 8. Mary Roby was received into covenant & Bap- 
tized. 

Sep* 12. Olive Plaisted was baptized. 

Sep 1 19. Nicholas & Dorothy ffrost were baptized. 

Sep 1 26. Moses Paul & Sarah Pickerin were received into 
y e covenant of grace & Baptized. 

Margaret Pike owned y e coven 1 . 

Samuel Moses, Thomas & Sarah Bickford, Sarah Pike & 
Anne Man were baptized. 

(N. C. R., II: 6.) 

Oct: 17, 1708. Agnis ffletcher owned the covenant & was 
baptized & her 3 children. 

Abigail Banfield & Abigail Roberts were received into cove- 
nant & baptized. 

Eliz: ffurbur owned the covenant & her son Jethro was bap- 
tized. 

Eliz: Parker owned the covenant & her son Noah & her 
Daughter were baptized. 

The two twin Daughters of Henry Bickford were baptized. 

Elizabeth Beck the Daughter of Thomas Beck Jun 1 baptized. 

Sarah Huckins owned the covenant & her twin children were 
baptized Agnis, Archelaus. 

Agnis Huckins manifested her consent to y e terms of y e cov- 
enant. 

Westbrook Knight was baptized Nov: 21. 

Benjamin Welch, Susannah Ayers baptized Nov: 28, 1708. 

Elizabeth Kennard the wife of John Kennard owned y e cov- 
enant Decemb. 19, 1708. 

Elizabeth Kennard Baptized, Samuel Ingraham baptized 
Dec: 19. 

Eliz: Rogers born Decemb: 19 & baptized Dec: 26, 1708. 

Samuel Wentworth Baptized Jan. 

Susannah Penhallow, Abraham Jones received into covenant 
& baptized. 



54 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Hannah Hill owned the covenant & her Daughter Eliz: was 
baptized ffeb: 

Nath 11 Odiorne baptized ffeb. 20, 1708/9. 

Samuel More & Eliz: Peirce owned the covenant & Samuel 
y e son of Samuel More & Eliz: y e Daughter of Eliz: Peirce 
baptized ffeb: 24, 1708/9. 

March 6: Johannah Low Baptized. 

Ap: 4, 1709. Eliz: Woodard was received into covenant & 
Baptized. (N. C. R., II: 7.) 

Mary Parker baptized Ap: 10, 1709. 

Grace Peverly received into covenant & Baptized. 

Joseph & Mary Sherbourn baptized. 

John Dennet, Daniel Peirce, Eliz: Rand, Dorcas Swain, Mar- 
garet Swain, John Swain baptized May 15, 1709. 

Deborah Wincol May 22. 

Abigail Berry, Hannah, Elizabeth & John Jones Baptized 
May 29, 1709. 

June 5. Michael, John & Samuel Whidden, Abigail & Eliz- 
beth Whidden were baptized. 

John & Elizabeth Cotton were baptized. 

Eliz: Melcher owned the covenant & had 3 children baptized. 

Bethiah Mills Baptized. 

Thomas Lang y e son of John Lang baptized July 17, 1709. 

Lang y e son of Stephen Lang baptized. 

Kezia Haines, Polly, Benjamin Pike Baptized Aug: 

14, 1709. 

Elizabeth Wibird baptized Aug: 28, 1709. 

Sept: 4, 1709. Sarah Collins having first given satisfaction 
to y e church for a scandal she was guilty of by confessing 
of it & testifying repentance was received into y e covenant 
of grace & baptized. 

John Collins y e son of Sarah Collins baptized. 

Johanna Grafton, Samuel ffollet & Mary Sheckley baptized 
Sep 1 11, 1709. 

Several young children of Joseph Hill baptized. 

Mary Ayers the wife of William Ayers received the cove- 
nant. Her sons Hopley, William Ayers baptized. 

(N. C. R., II: 8.) 

Several children of Nathaniel Lang baptized. Eliz: Mead 
owned the covenant, her daughter Elizabeth was baptized 
Sep' 25. 

Octob: 2. Christian Pain was received into covenant & bap- 
tized. 



BAPTISMS. 55 

Eliz: Janverin owned the covenant, John Janverin son of 
Eliz: baptized. 

Nathaniel Jones, Thomas ffurber, Agnis Clarke baptized. 

Charles Thompson Baptized Oct: 9. 

Eliz: Jaxson & James Jaxson baptized Oct: 16. 

Hannah Hewes owned the covenant, her sons Clement & 
Charles baptized. 

Jane Davis was received into covenant & baptized Oct: 23, 
1709. 

Waterhouse Baptized. 

Josia floss Baptized Nov: 13. 

Mary Welch Baptized. 

Dennet Daughter of Joseph Dennet baptized. 

Anna Walker Daughter of John Walker Baptized. 

Mark Hunkin Wentworth baptized March- 5 th 1709/10. 

John Wakome Kennard, Anne Lebbey March 12. 

Abigail Vaughan March 19. 

Eliz: Moor was received into covenant & baptized & her 
children Sam 11 & Elizabeth Baptized March 26, 1710. 

Joseph Penhallow, Samuel Newinarch, Mary Sherbourn bap- 
tized May 7, 1710. (N. C. R., II: 9.) 

George Hart & Hannah Hill baptized May 14, 1710. 

Mary Rogers born May 19, baptized May 21, 1710. 

Samuel Lang baptized May 21. 

John, William & Amos Payn the sons of Phillip baptized 
May 28, 1710. 

Ruth Waterhouse the Daughter of Timothy Waterhouse 
Baptized June 18, 1710. 

Bridget Gerrish owned the covenant at Dover. Her son 
William was baptized July 16. 

Mary Kater baptized July- 16 th 1710. 

Sarah Waterhouse owned the covenant & her children Rich- 
ard, Samuel & Hannah baptized July 23. 

Mary Foss the wife of Samuel Foss received into Covenant 
& baptized. 

Sarah ffoss y e wife of William ffoss received into covenant 
& baptized, her sons Walter & Benjamin baptized July 
30, 1710. 

Mary Peirce the Daughter of George Peirce Baptized & 
Sarah Sherbourn y e daughter of James Sherbourn baptized 
August 6, 1710. " 

Jane Martin received into covenant & baptized & her chil- 
dren Sept: 10, 1710. 



56 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Eliz: Marshal owned the covenant & her children Baptized 
Sept: 24. 

Thomas Peirce the son of Thomas Peirce, & Thomas Greely 
the son of Thomas Greely, & Isaiah Bab baptized October 
— 1710. 

(N. C. R., II: 10.) 

Mary Fabins the wife of John Fabins received into covenant 
& baptized, her children John, Joseph, Elizabeth & Mary 
Baptized. 

Ephraim Homes the son of Joseph Homes, Benjamin Homes 
the son of Lazerus Homes Baptized Octob: 29, 1710. 

Oddihorne, Danforth Phips ffeb: 4 th . 

William Cotton ffeb: 11. 

Eliz: Wentworth ffeb: 25. 

James Thomas, Mary Welch, March 4. 

William Whittemore, Charles Smith, Ap: 1, 1711. 

John Hewes y e son of Clem 1 Hughes April 8. 

Eliot Vaughan, John Shoars, Rachel Shoars April 15, 1711. 

Nath 11 ffrost, Nathaniel Marshal April 29. 

Simon Skilling baptized May 13. 

Eliz: ffurnald owned the covenant & her daughter Mary bap- 
tized May 20, 1711. 

Thomas Pickerin, Elizabeth Pickerin, Mary ffurnald Daugh- 
ter of James Furnald Baptized July 8, 1711. 

Elizabeth Ham & Abigail Ham Daughters of Samuel Ham 
Baptized July 8, 1711. 

Thomas Dennet the son of John Dennet, & Hannah Emins 
baptized July 15, 1711. 

Joseph the son of Joseph Dennet, & John Grafton baptized 
July 29, 1711. 

(N. C. R., II: 11.) 

Daniel Pickerin son of John Pickerin, Benjamin Gatchel, & 
Edward Furbur son of Joshua ffurbur baptized August 5, 
1711. 

Mathews Daughter of Elizabeth Math— who was 

received into covenant & baptized in Boston baptized 
August 12, 1711. 

Eliz: the wife of Benjamin Akerman made confession of 
her scandal & owned the covenant & her children Mary, 
Sarah, iV Elizabeth were baptized. Daniel Quick owned 
the covenant & his sons Daniel & Nathaniel baptized. 
Sarah Paul Baptized. William Sherburn the son of Thomas 
Sherburn, & John Melcher Baptized August 26, 1711. 



BAPTISMS. 57 

Nathaniel Newmarch, Rachel Bickford, Arthur Waterhouse, 
William Collins, More Baptized Aug: 16. 

George Gerrish, Margaret Sheckley Baptized Sept 23 d . 

William White, John White, Richard White, Samuel White, 
Abigail White, Salome White children of William White 
Baptized. William Toby, Elizabeth Janvrin Baptized 
Sept: 30, 1711. 

Ingraham baptized Octob: 14, 1711. 

Nathaniel Hart, Sarah Knight, Samuel ffabins Baptized Octob: 
21, 1711. (N. C. R., II: 12.) 

Ruth Sherbourne the wife of John Sherbourne, made confes- 
sion of an offense committed by her, owned the covenant 
& had baptism granted to her children, Nathaniel Sher- 
bourne, John Sherbourne, Mary Sherbourne. Thomas 
Adams, Isaac Wincoll, James Dennet, Jeffery Wells bap- 
tized Oct: 27, 1711. 

Abigail Furnald the Daughter of John ffurnald Baptized 
Nov: 4, 1711. 

Mary Remick received into covenant & baptized. 

Abigail Pickerin received into covenant & baptized Dec: 30, 
1711. 

Jonathan Polly baptized Dec: 30. 

Nath 11 Peirce the son of Joshua Peirce Baptized Jan. 27, 
1711/12. 

John the son of Ebenezer Johnson baptiz: ffeb. 28, 1711. 

Olimpia Penhallow Baptized March 9 th 1711/12. 

Thomas Clarke, Grace Lang bapt: March 16. 

Mary wife of Joseph Sherbourn owned the covenant, her two 
children John & Joseph Baptized Ap: 6, 1712. 

Mary Bennet was received into covenant & Baptized Ap: 6, 
1712. 

Hannah Sherbourn daughter of James Sherbourn, Eliz: Odi- 
horn Baptized Apr: 17. 

Richard Sherbourn son of Henry Sherbourn & Edward Ken- 
nard son of Michael Kennard Baptized Ap: 27, 1712. 

Rebecca Wentworth, Benjamin Gerrish, John Cater Baptized 
May 11, 1712. 

Nath 11 Low, Edward Shores baptized May 25, 1712. 

Abigail Hill Baptized June 19, 1712. 

Harvey Thomas baptized June 15, 1712. (N. C. R., II: 13.) 

George Hewes, Robert Hewes, William Hewes, Daniel Hewes, 
Mary Hewes, Allcock Walker, Wallis ffurbur, Elizabeth 
Jaxon, Hannah Remick baptized June 22 d 1712. 



58 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Hanson Lebbee, Edward Man baptized June 29, 1712. 

George Peirce, Abigail Pike baptized July 20, 1712. 

Nathaniel Oddiorne baptiz: July 27. 

Rebecka Remick owned y e covenant August 14, 1712. 

Aug: 17, 1712. Baptized Elizabeth Ayers, John Remick, 
Caleb Beck, Henry Dealing, Elizabeth Sherbourn. 

Aug: 27, 1712. Johannah Prey owned the covenant, her 
son Richard Prey Baptized. 

Jacob son of Samuel Waterhouse baptized. Joseph Berry 
baptized Sept: 14, 1712. 

Ephraim Jaxon owned the covenant at y e church at New 
Castle, his son Ephraim was baptized here Sept. 21, 1712. 

Masey & his wife owned the covenant in y e church 

at Wenham, their Daughter Bethia was baptized Sept: 21. 

Andrew Peters owned the covenant in y e church at Ipswich, 
his Daughter Mary was baptized Sept. 21, 1712. 

Hannah Remick baptized. John Cotton son of Solomon Cot- 
ton, Cotton, Waterhouse baptized Oct 12. 

Abigail Loud was received into covenant & Baptized, her 
sons John Loud & William Loud Baptized Nov: 9, 1712. 

Patience Hunkins baptized Nov: 16, 1712. 

Sarah Gear owned y e covenant & was Baptized Dec: 7, 1712. 

Mary Whittemore baptized Dec: 7. 

Nicholas Dennet & Elizabeth Cotton Baptized December 14. 

Elizabeth Marshal, Thomas Phips. 

(N. C. R., II: 14.) 

Elizabeth Cutt & Johanna Jones were received into y e cov- 
enant & baptized. 

John Jones & Moses Ingraham baptized ffeb. 15. 

William Furnell baptized March 1 st . 

Ephraim Dennet baptized March 8, 1712/13. 

Charity Quick, Martha Peirce baptized March 22 d . 

Ambrose Sherbourn baptized March 29. 

Thomas Sherbourn, Benjamin Walker bapt: April 5 th 1713. 

Sarah Gatchel, Jonathan More baptized April 12, 1713. 

Mary Toogood, Jane Martin baptized Ap: 19, 1713. 

Joshua Jones son of Abraham Jones, Hannah Hughes Daugh- 
ter of Clement Hughes, Ruth Sherbourn Daughter of John 
Sherbourn baptized April 26, 1713. 

Dorothy Daughter of Henry Sherbourn, Lidia Ran baptized 
June 14, 1713. 

John Hill son of Joseph Hill, Sarah Ham, Hannah Williams 
baptized June 21. 



NEWINGT(W CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 19.] 

1747 March 29: Eli Son to Jethro and Phebe Furbur was 

baptized. 

April 15: Mary Daughter to Hud 11 & Madlin Pevey was 
baptized. 

April 19 Hannah Nutter wife of Mathias was achnited to 
full Communion in this Church. 
Item Loma Daughter to Samuel & Easter Rawlins 
was baptized. 

May 5 Eliphelet Dam and his wife owned the Covenant 
and she was baptized Abigail. 
Also Mary Daughter to Eliphelet and Abigail Dam 
was baptized. 

April 14: Joseph Son to Joseph & Susanna Rawlins was 
baptized. 

June 21: Elizabeth Daughter to Hatevil & Hannah Nut- 
ter was baptized. 
Item Temperance Daughter to Eliazer & Kezia Cole- 
man was baptized. 
Item Elizabeth Hogdon owned the Covenant and 
had her child baptized Ann. 

June 28 Sarah Stevens was admited to full Communion 
in this Church. 

Aug st 30: Hannah Daughter to Edward & Eliza th Raw- 
lins was baptized. 

Sep 1 ' 9 Eliazer Dam Son to Elnathan and Mary Dam was 
baptized. 

Sep r 14 Sam 11 Son to Ebenezer & Ann Bickford was 
baptized. 

Oct 1 ' 18: Job Sherborn owned y e Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 

Nov: 3: Enoch Son to Jonathan & Mary Huntris was 
baptized. 

1748 April 10: John Smithson Son to Thomas & Mary 

Layton was baptized. 



60 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1748 April 24: Nehemiah Son to Nehemiah & Abigail 
Furbur was baptized. 

Item John Christe Son to John* & Christe 

was baptized. 

May 8" 1 Mary Daughter to John & Lydia Hoite was bap- 
tized. 
Item Lydia Daughter to Will" 1 & Susanna Huntris 

was baptized. 
Item Sam 11 & Elizabeth Shakfordf own'd the Cove- 
nant & had a son baptized William. 

May 22 a Jotham Son to Antony & Mary Nutter was 
baptized. 

July 31 Rosamond Daughter to Phinehas Coleman & 
Sarah was baptized. 

Aug st 7 Mr Ebenezer Adams was admited to full Com- 
munion in this Church. 
Item Hannah Benson own'd y e Covenant & was 

baptized. 
Also Sam 11 Son to Sam 11 & Eliza" 1 Fabyan was bap- 
tized. 

Oct r 2 d Agnes Daughter to Samuel & Easter Rawlins 
was baptized. 

Oct r 23 Miriam Daughter to Sam 11 & Mary Place was 
baptized. 

Oct 1 30: Abigail Daughter to Eliphelet & Abigail Dam 
was baptized. 

Nov r 6: Edward Walker Sen 1 ' & his wife had a Grand- 
child baptized Sarah, Nath 1 Groves Daughter. 

Nov. 11 Abigail Daughter to Jonathan & Abigail Trick- 
ey was baptized. 

Nov r 19: Sarah Daughter to Thom as & Mary Pevey was 
baptized. 

Dec r 4 Hannah Daughter to Moses & Hannah Furbur 
was baptized. 

Dec 18 Charles Son to Nicholas & Sarah Knight was 
baptized. 
[tern John Nutter owned the Covenant and had his 
Son baptized Hatevil. 

•The name Chute as published on page 17, Vol. IV, is apparently an 
error for Christe. The original, which is not plain, could read Chute 
..r ( hrite, the latter not being a name, the former spelling was adopted; 
but if the letter s was omitted in the original the spelling might read 
Christe. See the name on page 19. 

t Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 61 

1748/9. Jan y 15 Eliazer Son to Eliazer and Keziah Cole- 
man was baptized. 

Feb y 14 James Son to Hutson & Madlin Pevey was 
Baptized. 

Feb: 19: Mary Daughter to Thomas & Mary Pickering- 
was Baptized. 

1749. March 31 Sam 11 Son to Elias & Katherine Parcher 

was Baptized. 
May 7 th Rich d Furbur owned the Covenant & had his 

Son baptized Samuel. 
May 28: Antony Son to Antony & Eliza th Pickering was 

baptized. 
June 4 Phebe Daughter to Jethro & Phebe Furbur was 

baptized. 
June 18 Olive Daughter to Jonathan & Mary Huntris 

was baptized. 
July 15 Thomas Son to Joseph & Elizabeth Trickey was 

baptized. S d Joseph Trickey owning the Cove- 
nant. 
July 29 th Elizabeth Daughter to Will m & Susanna Shak- 

ford was baptized. 
Sep 1 10 th Elizabeth Daughter to Edward & Elizabeth 

Rawlins was Baptized. 
Sep 1 17 th Caesar Mr Jn° Hogtons* Negro boy was Baptized. 
Nov: 26 Mr Joseph Adams Jun 1 ' own'd the Covenant & 

had a son baptized Ezekiel Gilman. 
Smithson Son to Thomas and Mary Layton 

was Baptized. 
1749/50. March — Ichabod Rawlins own'd the Covenant 

& had his Daughter baptized Leah. 
Mar: — f to Sam 11 & Easter Rawlins 

was baptized. 

1750. Mar ch 31 Dinah Negro woman servant to Deacon 

Ring own'd the Covenant & was baptized. 
April 7 Hatevil Son to Hatevil & Hannah Nutter was 
baptized. 

*This name is usually given in these records as Hogdon; it is now 
commonly written Hodgdon, though sometimes Hodsdon. 

tOmissions are in the original. The name is now usually written 
Rollins. James Rawlins came to Ipswich, Mass., in 1632; he soon re- 
moved to Newbury, and from there to Dover, residing in that part of 
Dover afterwards set off to form Newington. James Rawlins probably 
came from Devon Co., England, in which county and Cornwall the ad- 
joining county, the Rawlins family is numerous. Robert Rawlyn was 
mayor of Plymouth, Devon Co., in 1620. — Ed. 



62 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1750 April 18 th We bad a Church Meeting at my house to 
consider & agree upon the best method for Supply- 
ing the Communion Table: 

1: Tho it was thought by some the Communicants s rt pay 
According to their ability, yet it was voted that all 
y* w r able pay Equally: Leaving the other sort to 
their own generosity about giving more & the poor 
that were judged to be so by the officers of the 
Church to be Exempt. 

2: That all the members of the Church except the poor 
who are to be considered pay I s : old tenor to use 
for Each Sacrament. 

3: That it be pay'd Quarterly that is 3" O: T: thrice a 
year the 3 winter months to be omited. 

4: That all the Communicants bring their money at y e 
Expitery Lecture next papered with their names 
written on said paper and that at the first pay- 
ment each member pay 4 s O: T: the odd shilling to 
make up for back money already due to y e Deacon* 

May 20 th Benjamin Son to John & Mary Hogdon was 
baptized. 

June 10 th Enoch Son to John & Lydia Hoyte was bap- 
tized. 
Item Samuel Son to William & Susanna Huntris 
was baptized. 

June 17 th Peter Son to James & Criste was bap- 
tized. 
Item Phillis a Negro Girl & Servant to the Rev d Mr. 

Adams & wife was Baptized. 
Corridon a Negro Boy & Servant to Mr. Joseph 
Adams Jun r & wife was baptized. 

Also Dinah a Negro Girl & Servant to the Rev d Mr 
Adams & wife was baptized. 

Aug 8t 26: Deborah Daughter to Antony & Mary Nutter 
was baptized. 

Item Mary Daughter to John and Anna Nutter was 
baptized. 

Son to Nathaniel & Mehitabel Burn- 
ham was baptized. 

1750/51 Feb y 3 d Elizabeth Daughter to Hutson & Madlin 
Pevey was baptized. 
•Several words are illegible, — Ed, 



BAPTISMS. 63 

1750/51 March 17 th Susanna Daughter to Samuel & Eas- 
ter Rawlins was baptized. 
1751 April 14 Susanna Daughter to Nicholas & Sarah 
Knight was baptized. 

April 21 Easter Daughter to Joseph Trickey & Eliza" 1 
his wife was baptized. 

April 28 Thomas Son to Moses and Hannah Furbur was 
baptized. 

May 12 Wintrop Son to Mr Antony & Elizabeth Pick- 
ering was baptized. 

May 14 Was a Church meeting held at my house w n the 
votes were passed by the Church. Viz*: 

1: That Elder Fabyan & Deacon Downing apply to the 
Church of Portsm & to see about the 2 Flaggons 
borrowed of Deacon Cate and to return them w th 
thanks for the Lone of y m or otherwise to pur- 
chase y m if y y see meet so to do. 

2: That Joseph Adams and Benjamin be Coristers for 
this Church sometimes one & sometimes the other 
but Benjamin especially. 

3: That Elder Fabyan & Mr Joshua Pickering goe to Mrs 
Elizabeth Rawlins* the Daughter of Alice Rawlins 
and treat with her about her Disorderly withdraw 
from the Communion in order to her return to her 
Duty. 

4: That Deacon Ring and Mr Jn° Walton goe & treat 
with William Tompson who is under Church Cen- 
sure to inquire into the Reasons of his practice that 
he does not seek for a Restoration to his former 
priviledge. 

May 26: Benjamin Son to Mr Thomas & Mary Pickering 
was Baptized. 
Item Levi Son to Nehemiah & Abigail Furbur was 
baptized. 

*The term Mistress and its abbreviation Mrs. usually without the 
punctuation mark was formerly applied to both married and unmarried 
women indiscriminately. The term Miss has come into general use 
within the last one hundred and twenty-five years. In these Newington 
Church records and especially the Newington marriages heretofore 
published, the reader should constantly keep in mind that the abbre- 
viation Mrs. was applied as often and perhaps oftener to women who 
had never been married as to women who had been married. Were it 
not that we are publishing an exact transcript of the records it would 
perhaps have been less confusing to have left out the term altogether. 
—Ed. 



64 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1751 Juno 16: Joseph Son to Joseph and Johanna Adams 

was Baptized. 
I trm Wintrop Son to James and Olive Colebroth 

was baptized. 
Item Temperance Daughter to Eliphelet & Abigail 

Dam was baptized. 
Aug 18 th Hatevil Son to Hatevil & Sarah Layton was 

baptized. 
Aug st 18 th Jonathan Son to Jonathan & Mary Huntris 

was baptized. 
Nov 1 ' 3 fl Joseph Son to Thomas & Mary Layton was bap- 
tized. 
Dec r 22 d Sarah Daughter to John & Mary Hogdon was 

baptized. 

1752 March 8 th Benjamin Adams & Abigail his wife own- 

ed the Covenant & had a Son baptized James. 
Item Benjamin Son to Richard & Elizabeth Furbur 
was baptized. 

June 14 Samuel Son to Samuel & Elizabeth Shakford 
was Baptized. 
Item. Hannah Daughter to John & Anna Nutter 
was Baptized. 

June 21: Joshua Son to William & Lydia Huntris was 
baptized. 
Item. Rosamond Daughter to Sam 11 & Eliz Ul Fabyan 
was baptized. 

July 5: Timothy & John also Abigail & Elizabeth Chil- 
dren to Mr Richard & Eliza 111 Dam were Baptized. 

Aug st 23: Jethro Son to Jn° and Eliza 01 Dam was bap- 
tized. 

Sep 1 17. N: Stile Abigail Daughter to Ichabod & Olive 
Rawlins was Baptized. 

Oct r 1 st New Stile. John Son to Joseph & Eliza 1 " Trick- 
ey was baptized. 

Oct r 29. Darling Huntris & Love his wife own'd the 
Covenant. 

Nov 12 th Maiy Daughter to Darling & Love Huntris 
was baptized. 

Decern: 17 th Bartholomew Son to Mr Richard & Allice 
Downing was Baptized. 

Dec 1 ' 24: Lois Daughter to Hatevil & Hannah Nutter 
was baptized. 



FEIENDS RECORDS, 
DOVER, K H., MONTHLY MEETING. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. IV, page 44.] 

Ebenezer Varney; page 23; died 13, 3 mo. 1802. 
Mary Hussey; died 17, 8 mo. 1819. 
Married out from Friends. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Caleb, born 18, 8 mo. 1756; page 67. 
Benjamin, 9, 1 mo. 1759; disowned 20, 4 mo. 1782; died 

19, 3 mo. 1826. 
Ebenezer, 18, 2 mo. 1761; disowned 3 mo. 1791. 
Elizabeth, 29, 11 mo. 1765; disowned 9 mo. 1791. 

(F. F. R., I: 34.) 
John Canney; page 14; died 29, 1 mo. 1812. 
Love Tibbetts;* died, buried 10, 3 mo. 1811. 
Married at Dover, 13, 11 mo. 1754. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Joseph, born 2, 11 mo. 1756; disowned 23, 3 mo. 1776; 

restored; page 80. 
Mary, 3, 8 mo. 1758. 

Rose, 24, 12 mo. 1760: married out to John Murray; dis- 
owned. 
Susanna, 5, 9 mo. 1763; married out. 
Thomas, 8, 3 mo. 1765; died 16, 1 mo. 1829. 
Patience, 18, 11 mo. 1768. 
John, 1, 2 mo. 1770; page 89. 
Benjamin, 26, 4 mo. 1772; disowned; restored. 
Moses, 26, 12 mo. 1774; died 4, 2 mo. 1783. 
Love, 26, 9 mo. 1778; page 97; married Miles Varney. 
Batchelor Hussey. 
Mary Caswell. 

Married, 1754. 
Samuel Gould; page 39. 
Mary Mace. 

Married at Dover, 17, 5 mo. 1755. 

*Love Tibbetts was born June 15, 1736; she was daughter of Joseph 
and Sarah (Huckins) (Emerson) Tibbetts, of Rochester, N. H.— Ed. 



66 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Timothy Hanson; died 24, 2 mo. 1801. 
Mary Twombly; page 30; died 17, 5 mo. 1793. 
Married at Dover, 8, 7 mo. 1755. 
Their children born in Madbury: 
Maul, born 11, 4 mo. 1756; disowned 24, 7 mo. 1780. 
Keziah, 27, 12 mo. 1757; married out to Stephen Young; 

disowned. 
Patience, 30, 8 mo. 1759; disowned. 
Lydia, 6, 11 mo. 1761; page 58; married Aaron Rogers. 
Timothy, 23, 9 mo. 1763; page 88. 
Elisha, 19, 1 mo. 1766; disowned 2 mo. 1793. 
Elijah Jenkins; page 33; died 30, 10 mo. 1801. 
Mehitable Waymouth; page 16; died 13, 11 mo. 1815. 
Married at Dover, 2, 7 mo. 1755. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Hannah, born 21, 11 mo. 1756; died 30, 8 mo. 1783. 
Elizabeth, 26, 1 mo. 1758; page 58; married Hanson Var- 

ney. 
Tabitha, 24, 1 mo. 1760; died 27, 10 mo. 1761. 
Tabitha, 6, 5 mo. 1762; died 25, 7 mo. 1764. 
Ronald, 17, 3 mo. 1764; died 12, 12 mo. 1780. 
Jabez, 28, 2 mo. 1766; removed to Cornwall, New York, 

1793. 
Joshua, 27, 1 mo. 1768; page 77. 

Sarah, 15, 7 mo. 1770; married John Austin of Oblong. 
William Canney; page 14; died 6 mo. 1816. 
Rose Tibbetts. 

Married at Dover, 17, 11 mo. 1756. 
Lemuel Meader. 

Sarah Worth, from Nantucket; no certificate; died 1, 10 mo. 
1823. 

[Married.] 

Their children born in Durham: 
Francis, born 14, 1 mo. 1757; disowned 20, 3 mo. 1784; 

died 4 mo. 1825. 
Anne, 9, 7 mo. 1759; disowned. 
Miriam, 8, 3 mo. 1762; removed to Seabrook. 
Abigail, 22, 1 mo. 1764; removed to Seabrook. 
Judith, 13, 12 mo. 1765; removed to Seabrook. 
Lois, 21, 7 mo. 1768; disowned 2 mo. 1793; married out. 
Lemuel, 12, 5 mo. 1771; disowned 2 mo. 1793. 
James, died 15, 6 mo, 1774, aged about one year. 

(F, F, R. ? I: 35.) 



FAMILY RECORDS. 67 

Caleb Hodgdon; page 19; disowned 17, 2 mo. 1776. 
Priscilla Austin; page 16; died 21, 2 mo. 1773. 

Married, 1756. 
Joseph Meader; pages 21 and 45. 
Abigail Varney. * 

Married at Dover, 8, 12 mo. 1756. 
Timothy Varney; page 19. 
Joanna Hanson. 

Married at Dover, 24, 11 mo. 1756. 
James Hanson. 
Abigail Varney; page 23. 

Married at Dover, 24, 11 mo. 1756. 
Nathaniel Austin; page 32. 
Sarah Roberts; page 42. 

Married at Dover, 12, 5 mo. 1757. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Nathaniel, born 17, 8 mo. 1760; page 68. 
Catherine, 24, 4 mo. 1762; page 57. 
Moses Dow; page 65; removed to Berwick; died 7, 11 mo. 

1816. 
Hannah Gove; died 30, 9 mo. 1799. 
Married at Hampton. 

Their children, the first born at Hampton, the others 
at Berwick: 
Pelatiah, born 11, 5 mo. 1759; died 11, 10 mo. 1792. 
Jonathan, 26, 9 mo. 1762; removed to Falmouth; [cert.] 

23, 7 mo. 1785. 
Mary, 20, 1 mo. 1765; page 72; married John Buffum. 
Hannah, 29, 5 mo. 1767; page 89; married David Gove. 
John, 18, 5 mo. 1769; died 15, 9 mo. 1771. 
John, 4, 6 mo. 1771; removed to Vassalborough; [cert.] 

22, 8 mo. 1795. 
Moses, 5, 4 mo. 1773. 
Paul, 22, 9 mo. 1775. 

Richard, 22, 7 mo. 1777; removed to Vassalborough 1801; 
returned. 

• (F. F. R., I: 36.) 
Enoch Hoag; died 26, 4 mo. 1817. 
Judith Varney; page 18; died 21, 9 mo. 1816. 
Married at Dover, 11, 5 mo. 1757. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Mary, born 1, 3 mo. 1758; page 62; married Isaiah Gould. 
Enoch, 18, 8 mo. 1760; page 70. 



68 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Stephen, 14, 2 mo. 1762; page 74; disowned 28, 5 mo. 

1791; restored. 
Mercy, 31, 11 mo. 1763; married out to Ebenezer Sinkler; 

Ack. 
Hannah, 11, 3 mo. 1765; removed to Oblong. 
Anna, 4, 2 mo. 1767; disowned, 1791; restored. 
John, 27, 8 mo. 1768; died 25, 2 mo. 1776. 
Moses, 20, 1 mo. 1770; removed to Oblong. 
Lydia, 17, 6 mo. 1772; page 76; married Daniel Beede. 
Joshua, 28, 8 mo. 1774. 
John, 28, 2 mo. 1776. 
Hezekiah Varney; page 21; removed to Danby in 1797. 
Hannah Rogers; died 7, 2 mo. 1795. 
Married at Hampton, 1757. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Jonathan, born 10, 3 mo. 1759; page 60. 
Isaac, 17, 2 mo. 1761; page 68. 
Samuel, 1, 2 ino. 1763; died 27, 12 mo. 1773. 
Abel, 20, 2 mo. 1765; disowned. 
Lydia, 24, 3 mo. 1767; disowned. 
Nathaniel, 22, 2 mo. 1769; page 81. 
Hannah, 14, 5 mo. 1771; disowned. 
Hezekiah, 26, 8 mo. 1773; removed to Danbv M° Meet g 

1797. 
Aaron, 1, 10 mo, 1775; died 20, 10 mo. 1776. 
Sarah, 28, 9 mo. 1777; removed to Danby M° Meet 8 1797. 
Patience, 1, 10 mo. 1780; removed to Danby, M° Meet g 

1797. 
Aaron 30, 5 mo. 1785; died 2, 6 mo. 1786. 
Samuel Hanson; removed to Falmouth, certificate 23, 10 mo. 

1779. 
Hannah Jenkins. 

Married at Dover, 1, 10 mo. 1759. 
Benjamin Austin; page 23; removed to Falmouth. 
Susanna Varney; page 23. 

Married at Dover, 28, 11 mo. 1759. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Elizabeth, born 20, 10 mo. 1760. 
Zaccheus Pnrinton; died 1805. 
Anne Twombly; page 25; died 17, 3 mo. 1799. 
Married at Dover, 21, 11 mo. 1759. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Micajah, born 7, 5 mo. 1761; page 94. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 69 

Sarah, 3, 3 mo. 1763; page 69; married Samuel Varney. 
Daniel, 5, 8 mo. 1765; removed to Sandwich, Mass.; cert. 

3 mo. 1793. 
John, 14, 4 mo. 1767; page 79. 
James, 7, 4 mo. 1769; disowned. 
Lydia, 7, 3 mo. 1771; died 4, 2 mo. 1803. 
Zaccheus, 23, 2 mo. 1775; died 27, 5 mo. 1799. 
Anna, 26, 5 mo. 1778; died 6, 1 mo. 1800. 
Peace, 7, 2 mo. 1780; died 11, 5 mo. 1797. 
Daniel Robinson. 
Elizabeth Bean. 

[Married.] 

Their children born in Berwick: 
James, born 20, 12 mo. 1757; page 74. 
Margaret, 1, 12 mo. 1759; page 61; married Jedediah Jepson. 
Daniel, 27, 1 mo. 1762; disowned 18, 9 mo. 1784. 
William, 1, 6 mo. 1764. 
Sarah, 2, 6 mo. 1767. 

Mary, 3, 6 mo. 1769; died 3, 10 mo. 1770. 
Elizabeth, 2, 11 mo. 1771. 
Mary, 29, 3 mo. 1774. 
Lois, 7, 6 mo. 1777; died 26, 4 mo. 1786. 
Eunice, 5, 4 mo. 1784. 

(F. F. R., I: 37.) 
John Cole; page 46. 
Eunice Nichols. 

Married, 1759. 
Thomas Tuttle; page 18. 
Sarah Hanson; page 25; died 4 mo. 1812. 
Married at Dover, 2, 1 mo. 1760. 
Solomon Varney; page 26; -.died 9, 7 mo. 1810. 
Lydia Varney; page 22; died 16, 2 mo. 1808. 
Married, 1760. 
No children. 
Andrew Austin; page 16. 
Mary Hoag; died 16, 4 mo. 1797. 
Married at Oblong, 1760. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Nathaniel, born 9, 12 mo. 1760; removed to Nine Partners; 

certificate 21, 1 mo. 1786. 
John, 27, 12 mo. 1762; removed to Nine Partners; cert. 20, 

11 mo. 1790. 
James, 29, 6 mo. 1764. 



70 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Mary, 24, 4 mo. 1766; married out to John Hussey in 

1793; disowned. 
Andrew, 13, 5 mo. 1768; died 25, 3 mo. 1769. 
Anne, 19, 2 mo. 1770; married Joshua Varney, Jr. 
Mercy, 14, 4 mo. 1772; page 76; married Ebenezer Hussey, 

Jr. 
Andrew, 27, 8 mo. 1774; page 92. 
Nicholas, 28, 12 mo. 1776; died 15, 3 mo. 1779. 
Rebecca, 28, 11 mo. 1778; married Joel Meader, Ferris- 
bay? 
Sarah, 25, 11 mo, 1780; married James Gove of Weare. 
Amos Peaslee; page 65; died 28, 6 mo. 1787. 
Elizabeth Austin; page 31. 

Married at Dover, 9, 7 mo. 1760. 
Their son born: 
Nicholas, born. 
Ebenezer Frye; pages 19 and 44. 
Mary Buffum; page 28; died 1, 4 mo. 1764. 
Married at Berwick, 4, 11 mo. 1760. 
Their children born in Kittery: 
Joshua, born 16, 8 mo. 1761; removed to Vassalborough; 

certificate dated 17, 11 mo. 1787. 
Ebenezer, 12, 3 mo. 1764. 
Elijah Allen; page 30. 

Elizabeth Jenkins; page 26; died 3, 11 mo. 1795. 
Married at Kittery, 10, 12 mo. 1760. 
Their children born in Kittery: 
Elizabeth, born, 22, 8 mo. 1762; page 71; married James 

Neal, Jr. 
Sarah, 1, 1 mo. 1764; page 76; married James Varney. 
Nathaniel Varney, Jr. page 21; removed to Oblong. 
Mary Southwick. 

Married at Salem, 1761. (F. F. R., I: 38.) 

Samuel Gould; page 35. 
Sarah Hanson; page 25. 

Married, 22, 8 mo. 1761. 
No children. 
Ezekiel Varney; page 22. 
Susanna Hanson. 

Married at Dover, 10, 9 mo. 1761. 
Elijah Tibbetts; page 27. 
Lydia Robinson; page 24; died 9 mo. 1762. 
Married at Dover, 1, 9 mo. 1761. 



STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 24.] 

John Stockbridge, Died Sept. 10, 1825, aged 83. 
Martha Stockbridge, wife of John Stockbridge, Died March 
24, 1826, aged 83 years & 6 months. 

(S. T. R., V: 20.) 
M r Henry Pottle's Family. 
Henry Pottle was born October 8 th 1775. 
Sally March was born April 3 rd 1772. 
They were married November 4 th 1794. 

Their Children: 
George W. Pottle was born September 2 nd 1795. 
Sally Pottle was born December 23 rd 1798. 
Eliza Jane Pottle was born June 11 th 1803. 
Mary Ann Pottle was born Feb* 20 th 1805. 
Aaron T. M. Pottle was born March 8 th 1807. 
Hannah T Pottle was born July 14 Ul 1809. 

(S. T. R., V: 21.) 
M r Thomas Wiggin's Family. 
Thomas Wiggin J r born Nov 1 ' 6 th 1774. 
Sallv Jewett born May 12 th 1770. 
They were Married April 16 th 1809. 

Their Children: 
Samuel Shepherd Wiggin born Oct. 23 d 1809. 
Susan Wiggin born May 15- th 1811. 
Jewett Wiggin born April 28 th 1815. 

(S. T. R., V: 22.) 
M r Coker Fifield's Family. 
Coker Fifield was born April 30 th 1765. 
Sarah Hoit was born August 20 Ul 1771. 
They were married September 29 th 1791. 

Their Children: 
Dolly Fifield was born February 4 th 1793. 
Joseph Fifield was born December 27 th 1794. 
George Fifield was born February 9 th 1797. 
Jonathan Fifield was born March 6 th 1799. 
Mary Fifield was born April 13 th 1801. 



72 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Sarah Fifield was born October 6 th 1803. 
Eliza Fifield was born February 24 th 1806. 
Martha Fifield was born September 4 th 1808. 
Hannah Fifield Avas born January 17 th 1811. 
John Coker Fifield was born July 17 th 1813. 

(S. T. R., V: 23.) 
Mr. Samuel Marble's Family. 
Mary Moore Marble was born June 29 th 1802. 
Joshua Weeks Marble was born June 30 th 1804. 
Joseph Hilton Marble was born May 4 th 1806. 
James Marble was born August 15 tb 1808. 

(S. T. R., V: 25.) 

Mr. Nathaniel Thurston's Family. 
Nathaniel Thurston was born July 14, 1781. 
Hannah Dutch was born Dec 1 ' 19 th 1787. 

They were joined in marriage July 18 th 1813. 

Their Children: 
Andrew Leavitt Thurston was born Nov. 18" 1 181f>. 
Clarissa Danforth Thurston was born March 31 st 1821. 

(S. T. R., V: 27.) 
Joseph Kelly's Family. 
Sally Thurston Kelly born May 1 st 1795. 
Joannah Kelly born November 26 th 1796. 
Mary Kelly born September 18 th 1799. 
Charles Kelly born November 22 d 1809. 

(S. T. R., V: 29.) 
William Ilsley's Family. 
Eunice Goodrid Ilsley Bora May 5 th 1820. 

(S. T. R., V: 30.) 
Cap 1 Daniel Wiggin's Family. 
Daniel Wigfsrin born December 5 th 1791. 
Sarah Clark was born June 25, 1794. 
They were Married May 25 th 1816. 

Their Children: 
Cynthia Wiggin was born on Saturday April 12 th 1817. 
John (). Wiggin was born on Saturday March 6 th 1819. 
Sarah E. Wiggin was born on Monday July 21, 1823. 
Caroline A. Wiggin was born on Sunday October 30 

1825. 
Harriett F. Wiggin born on Wednesday Sept. 17 th 1829. 
Hannah L. Wiggin born on Saturday June 13 th 1835. 

(S. T. R., V: 31.) 



ih 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 73 

Mr. Benjamin Norris' Family. 
Benjamin Norris was born August 31 st 1781. 
Mercy Clark was born 

They were married August 8 th 1803. 

Their Children: 
Mehitable C. Norris born October 12 th 1804. 
Joseph Norris born October 16 th 1806. 
William Norris born December 31 st 1807. 
Benjamin Norris born August 17 th 1809. 
Mary Norris born August 8 th 1810. 
Mary Norris born April 29 tb 1813. 
Martha Norris born 16 of August 1815. 

Mr. Joseph Norris' Children: 
Mehitable Norris born February 11 th 1775. 
James Norris born January 31 st 1778. 
Joseph Norris born November 5 th 1779. 
Benjamin Norris born August 31, 1781. 
Mary Norris born November 11 th 1784. 
Charles Norris born June 22 nd 1786. 
Nancy Norris born July 30, 1788. 
Nathaniel Norris born April 14, 1791. 
Caleb Norris born November 8, 1792. (S. T. R., V: 32.) 

M r Benjamin Clark's Family. 
Benjamin Clark was born January 20, 1761. 
Betty Wiggin was born September 17, 1766. 

They were married January 20, 1803. 

Their Children: 
Elizabeth Ann Clark was born July 15, 1805. 
Benjamin Franklin Clark was born July 3, 1807. 
Daniel Clark was born October 24, 1809. 
David Joseph Clark was born November 9, 1812. 

(S. T. R., V: 33.) 
Andrew C. Lane's Family. 
Andrew Colcord Lane was born July 1, 1799. 
Elizabeth Ann Clark was born July 15, 1805. 

They were married August 15, 1834. 
George E. Lane son of Andrew C. and Elizabeth A. Lane 

was born July 20, 1836. 
Amanda M. daughter of Zachariah B. and Abigail L. French 

was born August 16, 1837. 
George E, Lane and Amanda M. French were married No- 
vember 6, 1859, by Zachariah B. French, Justice of the 

Peace. 



74 STRATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Albert French son of George E. and Amanda M. Lane was 
born August 31, 1860. (S. T. R., V: 34.) 

Benjamin F. Clark's Family. 
Benjamin Franklin Clark was born July 3, 1807. 
Elizabeth Wingate was born August 25, 1812. 
They were married March 17, 1831. 

Their Children: 
John Wingate Clark was born April 16, 1832. 
George Franklin Clark was born August 11, 1834. 

(S. T. R., V: 35.) 
Greenleaf C. Brown's Family. 
Their Children: 
William Greenleaf Brown Born August 17 th 1833. 
Mary Abigail Brown Born July 13 th 1840. (S. T. R., V: 37.) 

Joseph Kelley's Family. 
Joseph Kelley Born August 5 th 1805. 
Sarah Bridgges Born February 18 tu 1807. 
Married October 29, 1826. 

Children: 
Mary Adams Kelley Born November 11 th 1827. 
James William Kelley Born August 14 th 1829. 
Hannah Weeks Bartlett Kelley Born Nov" 1 21 st 1831. 
Lydia Ann Kelley Born March 28 th 1834. 
Elizabeth Cammelia Kelley Born Feb y 16, 1836. 
Minerva Sarah Kelley Born March 10, 1839. 
Laura Luella Kelly Born Oct. 5, 1843. (S. T. R., V: 38.) 

Zebulon Wiggin's Family. 
Zebulon Wiggin Born March 11 th 1787. 
Mary Odell Born March 17 th 1787. 
Married April 28, 1818. 

Their Children: 
Zebulon Jackson Wiggin Born Jan y 18, 1819. 
Mary Wiggin Born February 8 th 1821. 
Selina Wiggin Born January 16 th 1823. 
James Wiggin Born September 13 th 1824. 
Andrew Wiggin Born October 9 th 1826. 

Deaths. 
James Wiggin departed this life Sept. 17, 1825. 

Marriages of their Children. 
Jonathan B. Severance of Tuftonborough, N. H. and Selina 
Wiggin of Stratham, N. H. were Married Septr. 7 th 1845, 
by Elder Noah Piper on Sunday at the Meeting House. 

(S. T. R., V: 39.) 



MAKRIAGES BY REV. JOHN OSBORNE, 

LEE, K H. 

[Lee was taken from Durham and incorporated January 16, 1766. 
These marriages are not to be found on the Town or Church Records, 
of Lee. They are taken from a private record kept by Rev. John Os- 
borne, who for many years was pastor of the church, at Lee. The rec- 
ords are now in possession of Mr. Joseph W. Peirce of Dover, N. H. 

Rev. John Osborne was born March 7, 1769, and died at Lee, Feb. 28, 
1832. He was at first a Congregationalist but later became a Christian 
Baptist. He married first, Abigail Smith, Nov. 25, 1790. She died 
Sept. 18, 1796, and he married second, Mary Frost of Newcastle, N. H. 
Nov. 12, 1797.] 

1801. Feby 19 th . Then married Asa Kennison of Notting- 

ham to Susanna Kennison of Newmarket. 
Joshua Kennison of Nottingham to Mary Trickey of 

Nottingham. 
May 31 st . Then married Henry Dearbon of Greenland to 

Polly Wiggin of Newmarket. 
June 3 d . Then married Nicholas Tuttle to Rachel Lucy 

both of Nottingham. 
July 26 th . Then married Zebulon Willey to Molly Willey 

both of Durham. 
Aug. 2. Then married John Chapman to Betsy Odlin 

both of Newmarket. 
Joseph Langly to Joanna Langly both of Nottingham. 
Aug. 17. Solomon Hall to Joanna Merrill of Barrington. 
Aug. 24. Joseph Randall to Lydia Avery both of Lee. 
Sept r 13. Jona. Leighton to Lois Follitt of Lee. 
Sept 1 " 20. John Gleson to Polly Ellison of Barrington. 
Oct r 8. John Snell to Lydia Leathers of Lee. 
Nov. 8. Geo. Gerrish to Betsy Ford of Nottingham. 
Dec r 24. John Neal to Betsy Sawyer of Newmarket. 
Dec r 30. Edward Dearborn, Ossipee, to Susanna Giles of 

Nottingham. 
Dec. 31. Solomon Pendergast to Rebecca Sherburne of 

Barrington. 

1802. Febry. 14 th . Then married Joshua Field, Jr. to 

Betsy Emerson, Durham. 
March 26 th . Joshua Bracket, Newmarket, to Catherine 

James, Lee. 
Ap 1 . 18. John Pierson to Miriam Langly, Nottingham. 



76 LEE MARRTAGES. 

1802. June 2 d . James Chesley, Barrington, to Sally George, 

Nottingham. 
21. Joseph Pinder to Mary Doe both Newmarket. 

July 6. Moses Bickford, Durham, to Sally Ellison, Bar- 
rington. 

Aug. 26. Theophilus Doe to Polly Bowdon, Newmarket. 

Sept 1 4. Nath 1 Bracket, Stratham, to Betsy Bracket, New- 
market. 

Nov. 6. Joseph Babson, Ncwburyport & Nancy Sawyer, 
Lee. 

Nov. 16. Jona. Thompson & Hannah Tredwell, Durham. 

Nov. 25. Jos. Clark & Anna Demerit, Lee. 

Nov. 29. John Young & Polly Williams, Barrington. 

1803. Feb. 3. Benj a Follitt & Lydia Langly, Nottingham. 
Feby. 21. Dan 1 Murphy & Ruth Bamford, Lee. 

Feby. 25. Moses Davis, Lee & Deborah Emerson, Mad- 
bury. 
Benjamin Savage, Hannah Crosby, Newmarket. 

Feby. 27. James Chesley, Durham, & Sally Runnels, Lee. 

March 6. Thomas Bruce & Deborah Footman, Lee. 

March 2 d . Joseph Beck & Betsy Smith, New Durham. 

April 7. Paul Cheswell & Lydia Durgin, Lee. 

May 7. John Yorke & Rebecca Durgin, Lee. 

July 3 d . Aaron Cilley & Polly York, Lee. 

July 17. Jedediah Boutell & Polly Tuffts, Lee. 

Oct 1 16. Joseph Goodhue, Nottingham, Polly Frost, Lee. 

Oct r 17. Elisha Chesly & Susanna Davis, Lee. 

Nov. 3. Elijah Emerson, Madbury, Abigail Jones, Lee. 

Nov. 17. Burleigh Chapman, Newmarket & Hannah Fer- 
nald, Lee. 
Nath 1 Emerson, Emma Chapman, Lee. 

Nov. 17 ,n . Moses Emerson, Madbury & Rosamon Nutter, 
Lee. 

Nov. 17. Jonathan Hodgsdon, Rochester & Nelly Wood- 
house, Madbury. 

Nov. 17. William S. French, Pembroke & Hannah Lang, 
Lee. 
John Tuttle, Lee & Nancy Dame, Durham. 

Nov. 20. Thomas James & Sally Dudly, Lee. 

Dec r 25. Paul Gerrish, Nottingham & Mary Drew, Mad- 
bury. 

Elijah Emerson, Madbury, Abigail Jones, Lee. 



LEE MARRIAGES. 77 

1804. Jany. 26. Sam 1 Priest, Nottingham & Patty Jones, 

Barrington. » 

March 10. Benja. Jonson Jr., Epping & Fanny Noble, 
Lee. 

Aug. 24. Ralph Twombly, Maclbury, Nancy Richards, 
Lee. 

Jany. — Dan 1 Smith, Susanna Weymouth, Lee. 

Aug. 5 th Rich d Swain, Barrington, Lydia Daniels, Mad- 
bury. 

Oct 1 ' 27. Moses Burleigh, Newmarket, Betsy Smart, Dur- 
ham. 

Dec 1 30 th . Thomas Williams, Deerfleld, Mehitable Good- 
win, Newmarket. 
Sam 1 Meserve, Madbury, Sally Pendergrass, Dur- 
ham. 

Dec 1 11. John Dearborn, Sally Meserve, both of Canter- 
bury. 

June 2. Joshua Davis, Durham, Hannah Tuttle, Lee. 

July 28. John Garland, Comfort Durgin, Durham. 

Dec. 10. Cutler Wiggin, Hannah Smith, Lee. 

Jan. 2. Andrew Wiggin, Newmarket, Phebe Durgin, 
Durham. 

March 5. Benjamin Johnson, Epping, Fanny Noble, Lee. 

1805. Then married the following persons viz. 
Samuel Davis, Sally Wiggin, Lee. 

Robert Burnham, Durham, Abigail Smart, Newmarket. 
Edmund Ryan, Durham, Hannah Thompson, Lee. 
William Stillson, Durham, Nancy Chapman, Newmarket. 
Sam 1 Ham, Berwick, Clarissa Hilton, Lee. 
James Burleigh, Sally Bennet, Newmarket. 
Mr. Eliphalet Blaisdell, Gilmanton, Eleanor Barjir [Bad- 
ger?] Epping. 
Samuel Smith, Betsy Wiggin, both of Lee. 
James Garland, Polly Mills of Durham. 
Robert Parker, Hannah Chesley of Lee. 
Dan 1 Smart, Newmarket, Harriet Langley, Lee. 
John Durrel, Abra Moulton of Dover. 

1806. Then married: 

Walter Wiggin, Newmarket, Sally Dame, Durham. 
Aaron Bunker, Sally Fernald, both of Durham. 
John Randell, Lee, Betsy Woods, Nottingham. 
John Parker, Deborah Libbey, both of Durham. 
Jeremiah Young, Nancy Doe, both of Newmarket. 



78 LEE MARRIAGES. 






1806. Winthrop Bickford, Lettice Durgin, Durham. 
Joseph Kerny, Jr., Pitsfield, Polly Chapman, Newmarket. 
Paul Giles to Hannah Currier both of Lee. 

Henry Stillson, Nabby Randell, Lee. 

Jonathan Dockham & Mary Gile, both of Lee. 

Benjamin Mathes, Durham, Comfort Smart, Newmarket. 

Thomas Lucy, Nottingham, Lois Laskey, Lee. 

Henry Butler to Nabby Ford, Nottingham. 

Remembrance Clark, Madbury, Mary Rawlins, Lee. 

Thomas Bartlett to Betsy Ford, Nottingham. 

Elisha Lock, Sophia Pinkham, Durham. 

Sam 1 Ferrin, Betsy Garland, Lee. 

Sam 1 Davis, Sally Wiggin, Lee. 

John Watson, Sally Bracket, Lee. 

James Bracket, Newburyport, Apphia Fowler, Newmarket. 

Winthrop Folsom, Nancy Tash, Newmarket. 

Thomas Bruce, Sophia Footman, Lee. 

John Griffin, Durham, Keziah Jenkins, Lee. 

Ephriam Tibbets, Newmarket, Nancy Perkins Cram, Lee. 

William Speed, Newmarket, Polly Thomson, Durham. 

John Goodhue, Nottingham, Lydia Stevens, Lee. 

Samuel Meserve, Madbury, Sally Pendergast, Durham. 

1807. Then married the following persons viz. 
Elias Foss, Barrington, Susanna Drew, Durham. 
John Shepherd, Nancy Smith, Durham. 

Timothy Langley, Ruth Donnels both of Barrington. 

Abraham Mathes to Love Bickford both of Durham. 

Richard Currier, Ennfield, to Deborah Wiggin, Lee. 

Samuel Demerit, Madbury, Sally Torr, Dover. 

Nath 1 Wiggin to Hannah Garland, Lee. 

Mr Joseph Wormwood to Elizabeth Burnham, Durham. 

Richard Bodge, Lydia Danniels, Barrington. 

Joseph Sanborn, Durham, Abigail Pinkam, Madbury. 

Joseph Doe, Betsy Smith, Newmarket. 

John Watson, Deborah Thompson both of Lee. 

John Doe, Newmarket, Molly Dow, Kensington. 

Paul Gerrish, Mary Horn, Madbury. 

Simon Green, Pittsfield, Sally Hodgdon, Madbury. 

Benjamin Bracket, Polly Chapman, Newmarket. 

Joseph Chesley 3 d , Durham, Eliza Young, Madbury. 

Ephraim Langley, Nancy Jones, Lee. 

Timothy Joy, Durham, to Mary French, Newmarket. 

Benjamin Nealy, Sarah Ford, Nottingham. 



LEE MABRIAGES. 79 

1807. James Horn, Deerfield, Anna Folsom, Newmarket. 
Theophilus Wiggin, Durham, Jane Ellison, Barrington. 
Andrew Wiggin, Stratham, Susanna Dame, Durham. 
Remembrance Bunker, Rachel Pendergast, Durham. 
Robert Presson, Rebecca Edgerly, Durham. 

William Wiggin, Polly Stevens, both of Stratham. 
John Kennison, Polly Kennison, Newmarket. 
John Smart, Mehitable Cheswell. 
Thomas Langley, Lovey Thompson, Lee. 
Joseph Thomas, Ju r , Elsie Thompson, Durham. 

1808. Then married the following persons, viz. 
John Sherburn, Northwood, Abigail Tuttle, Lee. 
Isaac Shepherd, Sally Chesley, Lee. 

William Bartlett, Sally Dame, Lee. 
James Gooch, Portsm , Allice Wille, Lee alias Epping. 
Daniel Mathes, Durham, Betsy Folsom, Lee. 
James Folsom, J r , Maiy Gordon, Durham. 
Caleb Wakeham, Milton, Olive Edgerly, Durham. 
James Remmick, Betsy Twombly, Dover. 
John Rand, Rye, Sidney Lang, Lee. 
Benjamin Trickey, Betsy Appleby, Durham. 
Mark Wiggin, Lee, Polly Drew, Northwood. 
Jacob K. Watson, Deborah Willey, Durham. 
William Weeks, Portsm , Betsy Ellison, Barrington. 
Joseph Stevens, Lee, Hannah Langley, Nottingham. 
Nath 1 Stevens, Sophia Durrell, Lee. 
Andrew M c Danniel, Margaret Langley, Barrington. 
Samuel Emerson, Betsy Davis, Madbury. 
John Edgerly, Sucky Dame, Barrington. 
Walter Gate, Polly Wiggin, Durham. 
Robert Leathers, Hannah Thompson of Durham. 
Ephraim Hanson, Abigail Leighton, Durham. 
Broadstreet Doe, Hannah Pendergast, Newmarket. 
Samuel Jonson, Northwood, Elizabeth Bracket, Lee. 
Robert Hill, Lee, Phebe Kennison, Newmarket. 
Richard Leach, Hannah Knight, Nottingham. 
James Langley, Lee, Nancy Williams, Barrington. 
James Pendergast, Hannah Emerson, Durham. 
James Churchill, Nottingham, Eliza Osborne, Lee. 
Truworthy Hill, Ruth Mathes, Lee. 
1809. Then married the following persons, viz. 
Robert Hill, Annah Emerson, Lee. 
Abraham Pike, Lydia Tash, Newmarket. 



80 LEE MARRIAGES. 

1809. Levi Tuttle, Sally Thomas, Lee. 

Levi Fogg, Newhampton, Sally Wedgwood, Newmarket. 

John Colcord, Comfort Folsom, Newmarket. 

Benjamin French, Mary Young, Newmarket. 

William Wallace, Epping, Lovey Tuffts, Lee. 

James Leighton, Abigail Mooney, Durham. 

Thomas Gloover, Eliza (Tray, Barrington. 

Daniel Meserve, Madbury, Sally Gerrish, Nottingham. 

Thomas Pierce, Phebe Jackson, Newburyport. 

William Young, Polly Bennet, Durham. 

John Foss, Lee, Sally Wiggin, Epping. 

Jonathan Bartlett, Nottingham, Love Laskey, Lee. 

Stephen Willey, Comfort McCoy, Durham. 

Daniel Lokir, Hannah Crocket, Lee. 

Jonath. Edgerly, R. Thomas, Durham. 

Benjamin Kelly, Madbury, Nancy Leighton, Durham. 

Hunkin Dame, Lydia Durgin, Lee. 

Nathan Kennison, Stratham, Lydia Willey, Durham. 

Edmund Demerit, Lois Demerit, Lee. 

Joseph Reeves, Northampton, Sally Neal, Newmarket. 

Daniel Pinkham, Madbury, Sally Davis, Lee. 

1810. Then married the following persons, viz. 
Joseph Stevens, Lee, Catharine Gile, Durham. 
Samuel Roger, Mercy Critchet, Durham. 

Ebenezer Dearborn, Raymond, Polly Simpson, Notting- 
ham. 

Anthony Cook, Dover, Sally Langley, Durham. 

Thomas Hoitt, Susannah Demeritt, Lee. 

Ebenezer Jackson, Madbury, Mary Doe, Durham. 

John Hart, Portsm , Nancy Chesley, Durham. 

Joseph Burnham, Sally York, Lee. 

George Mighils, Sally Pinder, Newmarket. 

George Hart, Susannah Thompson, Lee. 

Joseph Fernald, Newmarket, Dorothy Taylor Smart, Dur- 
ham. 

Stephen Hodgsdon, Madbury, Sally Starboard, Durham. 

Bradbury Thomas, Sally Smith, Durham. 

William Cogan, Susan Durgin, Durham. 

John Davis, Hannah Hanson, Lee. 

James Bartlett, Bangor, Martha Wiggin, Stratham. 

William Rollins 3 <l , Lee, Betsy Buzzell, Northwood. 

Robert Thompson, Susanna French, Lee. 

Israel Dame, Hannah Durgin, Lee. 




WILLIAM TRICKEY WENTWORTH. 



m MEMOKIAM. 



WILLIAM TRICKEY WENTWORTH. 

When called upon to record the death of a loved and cher- 
ished friend, the onrush of countless memories unconsciously 
halts the faltering pen as in fancy we live and move again 
midst scenes and incidents of bygone days. For nearly a 
quarter of a century the writer enjoyed a personal acquaint- 
ance with Mr. William T. Wentworth, whose death occured 
at Dover, N. H., on Monday, January 21, 1907, an acquaint- 
ance which ripened and broadened with each succeeding year. 

William Trickey 7 Wentworth was born in Hiram, Me., 11 
April 1832; he was son of Stephen 6 and Lois (Trickey) 
Wentworth of Hiram, Me., and Dover, N. H., grandson of 
Jonathan 5 and Elizabeth (Kimball) Wentworth of Hiram, 
Me., great>grandson of Ephraim 4 and Phebe (Wentworth) 
Wentworth of Rochester, N. H., great>grea1>grandson of 
Ephraim 3 and Martha (Grant) Wentworth of Dover, N.H., 
who was son of Ephraim 2 and Mary (Miller) Wentworth and 
grandson of Elder William 1 Wentworth, the emigrant. 

Mr. William T. Wentworth married 12 November 1856, 
Miss Lucinda P. McDonald, of Biddeford, Me., a lady of 
rare personal and mental endowments, whose innate purity 
and sweetness of character radiated a gracious and helpful 
influence not only in the home circle, but in the community 
where so many years of her life has been passed. The chil- 
dren who blessed this union were: 

John Herbert Wentworth, born 10 July 1862; died 19 
November 1862. 

Frederick Wesley Wentworth, born 22 August 1864; a 
prominent architect of Paterson, New Jersey. 

Mr. Wentworth filled many positions of responsibility and 
trust, including selectman, councilman, alderman, representa- 
tive to the General Court, superintendent of the Strafford 
county farm, county commissioner, and member of the board 
of education. He was a member of Wecohamet Lodge, I. O. 
O. F.; Prescott Encampment, I. O. O. F.; Wanalanset Tribe 
of Red Men; of Cocheco Grange, Eastern New Hampshire 
Pomona Grange and the New Hampshire State Grange, Pat- 



82 REWARD OFFERED. 

rons of Husbandry; and the New Hampshire Genealogical 
Society; in all of which he was deeply interested. Mr. Wenfc- 
worth was an attendant of the Pierce Memorial (Universalist) 
Church, and an indefatigable worker in every enterprise effect- 
ing the welfare of the society. 

An unbiased tribute to the memory of our departed friend 
and co-worker appeared in the columns of Foster's Daily 
Democrat of January 22, 1907, and we quote the closing 
lines of that article as an evidence of the high esteem in 
which he was held in the community where for so many 
years he made his home: "A long and useful life has come to 
an end; a fond husband, a kind father and a good neighbor 
has passed from our midst. His many friends will miss him, 
none however, so much as the bereaved family who in their 
hour of grief have the sympathy of the entire community." 

Fred E. Quimby, Necrologist. 



REWARD OFFERED. 

Editor of The N. H. Genealogical Record. 

Dear Sir: — As the genealogist of the Seavey family I 
am extremely anxious to obtain information regarding a wom- 
an named Helen Seavey, who is said to have lived in Ports- 
mouth, N. H., or vicinity during the Revolutionary War. 
After many months, of the most careful and devoted research, 
I have been quite unable to discover any trace of her, save 
in an interesting historical romance by Augustus C. Buell — 
Paul Jones, Founder of the American Navy. I am aware that 
her name has been coupled with that of Betsey Ross, as a 
maker of "first" American flags; but if she never existed, save 
in the brain of the ingenious Buell, why should she be permit- 
ted to enjoy such distinction? And if she ever really did 
exist, why cannot I have her to adorn the pages of her fam- 
ily's genealogy? — so I wish to offer through The JV. H. Gen- 
ealogical Record, a reward of twenty-five dollars, for positive 
proof that Helen Seavey was living in Portsmouth, N. H. 
during the Revolution: For the names of her parents and hus- 
band, and the dates of her birth, marriage and death. Trust- 
ing that you will give this communication as much publicity 
as possible. I am, 

Very sincerely yours, (Mrs.) A. B. Hall. 

Stamford, Conn., 7 March, 1907. 



EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 
[Continued from Vol. Ill, page 184.] 

Eliza Kittredge daughter of Doct r George Kittredge and 

Eleanor his wife was born March 29 th 1803. 
George W. Kittredge son of Doct 1 ' George Kittredge & Elea- 
nor his wife was born January 31, 1805. 
Charles Kittredge son of George Kittredge and Eleanor his 

wife was born Jan y 4, 1810. 
Mary R. Kittredge daughter of Doct 1 ' George Kittredge & 

Eleanor his wife was born May 10, 1815. 

(E. T. R., I: 430.) 
Simon Perkins Drake son of Samuel Drake and Sally his 

wife was born December 16 th 1803. 
William Frost Drake, son of Samuel Drake and Sally his 

wife was born April 15, 1807. 
Sarah Holt Drake, daughter of Samuel Drake & Sally his 

wife was born June 18, 1808. 
Mary Wingate Drake, daughter of Sam 1 Drake & Sally his 

wife was born December 25, 1810. 
Samuel Prescott Holt Drake, son of Samuel Drake & Sally 

his wife was born March 7 th 1813. 
Elizabeth Ellenwood Drake, daughter of Samuel Drake & 

Sally his wife was born January 18 th 1815. 
Robert Endicot Drake, son of Samuel Drake and Sally his 

wife was born February l &t 1820. (E. T. R., I: 431.) 
William Frederick Lawrence son of Jotham Lawrence Esq 1 ' 

and Debby Giddinge his wife was born March 22 d 1804. 
Debby Giddinge wife of Jotham Lawrence Esq r Died April 

2 d 1804. 
Mary French Daughter of Amos French and Abigail his wife 

was born October 13, 1783. 
Abigail French daughter of Amos French and Abigail his 

wife was born April 18, 1787. 
Ezra French son of Amos French and Abigail his wife was 

born July 10, 1789. 
Hannah French daughter of Amos French and Abigail his 

wife was born July 20, 1795. 



84 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

October 10, 1811. Elizabeth Towle Daughter of Gardner 

Towle and Betsy bis wife was born. 

(E. T. R., I: 432.) 
Joseph Shepard and Jenny Gove were married May 20 th 

1792. 
May 24, 1793. Joseph Shepard son of Joseph Shepard and 

Jenny his wife was born. 
May 27, 1796. Sally Shepard Daughter of Joseph Shep- 
ard & Jenny his wife was born who died April 4, 1797. 
June 18, 1798. Samuel Shepard son of Joseph Shepard & 

Jenny his wife was born. 
April 28, 1800. Nancy Shepard Daughter of Joseph Shep- 
ard and Jenny his wife was born. 
March 23 d 1802. Polly Shepard Daughter of Joseph Shep- 
ard & Jenny his wife was born. 
Sept r 30, 1788. Jonathan Fogg Son of Jonathan Fogg and 

Betsy his wife was born. 
December 24, 1790. Polly Fogg Daughter of Jon a Fogg 

and Betsy his wife was Born. 
December 3, 1794. Betsy Fogg Daughter of Jon a Fogg and 

Betsy his wife was born. 
May 31, 1797. John Fogg Son of Jon a Fogg and Betsy his 

wife was born. 
February 2, 1800. Josiah T. Fogg Son of Jonathan Fogg 

and Betsy his wife was born. 
October 17, 1802. Sally Fogg Daughter of Jon a Fogg and 

Betsy his wife was born. 
May 21, 1808. Nancy Fogg Daughter of Jon a Fogg and 

Betsy his wife was born. 
March 8, 1811. Henry D. Fogg Son of Jon a Fogg and 

Betsy his wife was born. 

(E. T. R., I: 433.) 
Marriages from March 1786 to March 1787. 
Groath Palmer & Betty Banfield were Married March 17 lh 

1786. 
Samuel Clifford and Mercy Eastman were Married March 

26 th 1786. 
Joseph Nealey & Rachel Shaw were Married April 6 th 1786. 
Levi Tilton & Sarah Rowel were Married May 14 th 1786. 
Jonathan Cilley & Dorcas Butler were Married June 5 th 

1786. 
Abraham Sanborn & Deborah Scrivenor were Married August 

6 th 1786. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 85 

Benjamin Smart & Molley Young were Married October 5 th 

1786. 
Samuel Batchelor & Sarah Fox were Married October 5 th 

1786. 
Henry Robie & Sarah Bean were Married October 5 th 1786. 
Jeremiah Taylor & Dolly Gordon were Married November 

16 th 1786. 
Ezekiel Sanborn & Sarah Dalton were Married Nov r 23 d 

1786. 
Philemon Towle & Alice Prescot were Married Nov 1 ' 23 d 

1786. 
James Norris & Abigail Diman were Married Nov 1 ' 23 rd 1786. 
John Cilley & Hannah Eliot were Married December 21 st 

1786. 
Simon Prescot & Priscilla Rundlet were Married Decemb 1 

21 st 1786. 
Ebenezer Osgood & Anna Fullonton were Married Janr y 18 th 

1787. 
David Thrasher & Phebe Prescot were Married Janr y 22 nd 

1787. 
Joshua Brown & Martha French were Married Febr y 8 tn 

1787. 
John Pike & Anna Thurston were Married Febr y 22 nd 1787. 
Abraham Drake & Sarah Rundlet were Married Feb y 22 nd 

1787. 
Michael Sudrick of Dover, N. H. & Bridget Hart of this 

town were Married April 7, 1787 by the Rev d Richard 

Cutler. (E. T. R., I: 434.) 

Josiah Tilton J 1 & Hannah Blake were Married October 28 th 

1790. 
Benf Choat of Kingston & ^Abigail Bradbury of this town 

were Married April 5 th 1791. 
Abel Kendal & Deliverance Shackford were Married Septem- 
ber 4 th 1791. 
Daniel Prescutt & Molley Towle were Married March 22 nd 

1792. 
Joseph Shepard J 1 & Jane Gove were Married May 20 th 

1792. 
Samuel Hill & Judith Carr were Married May 27 th 1792. 
Enoch Wadleigh & Hannah Morrill were Married August 

5* 1792. 
George Ervine & Sally French were Married August 31 st 

1792. 



86 EPPDJG TOWN RECORDS. 

Elisha French & Mehitable Philbrick were Married Decem- 
ber 9 th 1792. 
George Evans & Hannah Bean were Married December 2, 

1792. 
Gideon Bickford & Sally Gove were Married May 24 th 1793. 
Nathaniel Ladd & Dolly Smith were Married August 4 th 

1793. 
Jonathan Tilton & Joanna Thomas were Married September 

22 lld 1793. 
John Blasdel & Betsy Dearborn Sanborn were Married Sept. 

23 rd 1793. 
Moses Cilley & Susannah Barker were Married Sep 1 29 th 

1793. 
Moses Dam & Nancy Marston were Married October 23 rd 

1793. 
Abraham Rundlet & Hannah Lawrence were Married No- 
vember 20 th 1793. 
Abraham Morrill & Mary Prescott were Married November 

24 th 1793. 
Nathan Avery & Lydia Norms were- Married November 25 th 

1793. 
Nathaniel Tilton & Nancy Smith were Married December 8 th 

1793. 
Reuben Prescott & Love Dolloff were Married January 28 th 

1794. (E. T. R., I: 435.) 

Feb y 12 th 1788. William Plumer of Epping was married to 

Sally Fowler of Newmarkett. 
Feb y 19 th 1789. William Plumer son to William Plumer & 

Sally his wife was bom. 
1790. Nov 17 th . Sally Fowler Plumer daughter to Wil- 
liam Plumer & Sally his wife was born. 
1792. Dec r 19 th . Samuel Plumer son to William Plumer & 

Sally his wife was born. 
1796. February 4 th . George Washington Plumer son to 

William Plumer & Sally his wife was born. 
1799. December 26. John Jay Plumer son to W ln Plumer 

& Sally his wife was born. 
1805. May 5 th . Quintus Plumer son to William & Sally 

Plumer was born. 
May 29 th 1805. Quintus Plumer died. 

(E. T. R., I: 436.) 
May 4 th 1794. Hannah Holt Daughter to the Reverend 

Peter Holt & Hannah his wife was born. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 87 

August 16 th 1795. Nathan Holt Son to the Revern d Peter 

Holt & Hannah his wife was Born. 
1802. Feb y 20. Peter Holt Son to Rev d Peter Holt and 

Hannah his wife was born. 
Jeremiah Holt Son of Rev d Peter Holt & Hannah his wife 

was born Sept. 5 th 1803. 
Joshua Holt son of Rev cl Peter Holt and Hannah his wife 

was born March 9 th 1805. 
Sarah Farnum Holt daughter of Rev cl Peter Holt and Han- 
nah his wife was born February 12 th 1809. 
Mary E. W. Holt daughter of Rev d Peter Holt and Hannah 

his wife was born September 27, 1812. 
Nathan Holt, son of Rev d Peter Holt & Hannah his wife 

died July 23 d 1807. 
Jeremiah Holt died November 30 th 1816. 
Peter Holt died July 16, 1817. 

(E. T. R., I: 437.) 
Feb y 1 th 1765. David Lawrence of Epping was Married to 

Lydia Sias of Lee. 
Sarah Lawrence Daughter to David Lawrence and Lydia his 

wife was Born Nov 22 nd 1765. 
Joseph Sias Lawrence Son to David Lawrence and Lydia his 

wife was Born July 7 th 1768. 
David Lawrence Son of David Lawrence and Lydia his wife 

was Born Dec 1 11 th 1771. 
Ruth Lawrence Daughter to David Lawrence and Lydia his 

wife was Born March 27 th 1774. 
Jotham Lawrence Son to David Lawrence and Lydia his 

wife was Born Feb y 7 th 1777. 
Samuel Lawrence Son to David Lawrence and Lydia his wife 

was Born Dec r 26 th 1779r 

(E. T. R., I: 438.) 
Caroline W. Lawrence daughter to David Lawrence Jun r 

and Olley his wife was born Nov r 16 th 1797. 
October 14 th 1800. Mary Huse Lawrence daughter to David 

& Olley Lawrence his wife was born. 
October 29 th 1802. George Washington Lawrence son to 

David & Olley his wife was born. 
December 21 st 1810. Ollive Huse Lawrence daughter to 

David & Olive Lawrence was Born. 
October 25, 1817. Elizabeth Parsons Lawrence daughter to 

David & Olive Lawrence was Born and Died December 

16 th 1825. 



88 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Olive Huse Brown daughter to David & Olive Lawrence 

Died October 22 d 1837. 
Benjamin Burleigh son of Thomas Burleigh and Nancy his 

wife was born April 10 th 1803. 

(E. T. R., I: 439.) 
September 23 d 1779. Jonathan Clark of Epping was Mar- 
ried to Anna Clifford of Brentwood. 
April 28 th 1780. George Louis Clark son of Jonathan Clark 

& Anna his wife was born. 
July 18 th 1781. Greenleaf Clark son of Jonathan Clark & 

Anna his wife was born. 
April 12 th 1783. Betsy Clark Daughter of Jonathan Clark 

& Anna his wife was born. 
Feb* 5 th 1786. Samuel Clark son of Jonathan Clark & 

Anna his wife was born. 
March 18 th 1788. Samuel Clark son of Jonathan Clark & 

Anna his wife was born. 
Sept 1 ' 21 st 1793. Jonathan Clark son of Jonathan Clark & 

Anna his wife was born. 

(E. T. R., I: 440.) 
Aug 1 12 th 1787. Samuel Clark son of Jonathan Clark & 

Anna his wife Died; age one year six months & 7 days. 
James Sanborn son of Jonathan and Sarah Sanborn his wife 

was born December 15 th 1776. 
Jonathan Sanborn Departed this Life June 19 th 1796. 
Nancy Sanborn a Daughter of James Sanborn and Sally his 

wife was Born March 6 th 1799. 
Lydia Sanborn Daughter of James Sanborn and Sally his 

wife was born April 23 d 1801. 
Jonathan Sanborn son of James Sanborn and Sally his wife 

was born August 7 th 1803. 

(E. T. R., I: 441.) 
A list of marriages solemnized by the Rev d M r Holt from 
April 29, 1799 to March 1, 1800. 

1799. April 29. M r Joseph Hays & Miss Mary Chase. 
M r Josiah Lawrence and Miss Hannah Chase. 

July 2. M r Reuben Smith and Miss Betsy Robinson. 
Oct 1 23. M r Benj. Bickford and Miss Miriam Dow. 
Nov r 27. M r David Fyfield and Miss Anna Sanborn. 
28. M r Eben r French and Miss Oily Marden. 

1800. Jan y 1. M r Levi Young and Miss Sally Barker. 
Feb. 6. M r Richard Bean J r and Miss Nancy Shaw. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 89 

Marriages By Rev d M r Holt from March 1, 1800 to March 1, 

1801. 

1800. April 7. M r Sam 1 Thomson and Miss Hannah Har- 
vey. 

24. M r Jon a Edgerly and Miss Hannah Osgood. 
May 6. M r W m Stearns and Miss Mary Bryant. 
16. M r Abel Brown and Miss Nabby Brown. 
June 9. M r Sam 1 Gile and Miss Elsa Bean. 
Sep 1 11. M r Henry Samborn and Miss Judith Blazdill. 
Nov. 2. Doct r George Kittredge and Miss Eleanor Fogg. 
9. M r Gilman Sleeper and Miss Polly Ames. 
12. M r Stephen Swain & Miss Hannah Davis. 

(E. T. R., I: 442.) 
A list of Marriages solemnized by Rev'd M r Holt from 
March 1, 1801 to March 1, 1802. 

1801. March 5. M r Dan 1 Gale 3 a of Gilmanton and Miss 
Abigail Page of Epping. 

March 5. Samuel Page & Theodate Drake. 
April 16. John Carr & Rhoda Rundlet. 

Gilman Marsh & Nancy Veasey. 

Reuben Hook and Sally Hook. 
May 3. Isaac Waldron Esq r , Tyrza Noble. 

15. Peter Colcord & Lydia Sleeper. 
28. Jon a Smith & Betsy Bean. 

Sep 1 29. Elisha Prescott and Polly Chase. 
Oct. 18. John Furbush and Polly Waite. 

1802. Jan. 24. Philip Blazdell & Lydia Rundlet. 
Feb. 21. James Robinson & Mary Robinson. 

Peter Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 
Epping, March 1, 1802. 
A list of Marriages solemnized by Rev d Peter Holt from 
March 1, 1802 to March 1, 1803. 
1802. April 4. M r John Shaw Jun r & Miss Polly Currier. 
12. Thomas Robinson 3 d & Polly Prescott. 
May 18. Dan 1 Cooley & Polly Batchelor. 
July 1. Nathaniel Clifford & PoUy Osgood. 

16. Jonathan Clough & W d Miriam Clough. 

Aug 1 1. Abner Sanborn Jun r & W d Hannah Wadleigh. 

22. Joshua Blazdell & Olive York. 
Oct. 15. Sam 1 Robie Gordon & Betsy Norris. 
Nov 1 ' — Nath 1 Wilson & Lydia Whitcher. 

22. Nathaniel Trask Perkins and Rebecca Lord. 

23. Thomas Rollins and Mary Murphy. 



90 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

1803. Feb. 17. Jacob Blazdell & Deborah Barker. 

Peter Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 
Epping, March 1, 1803. 

A list of marriages by Rev d Peter Holt from 
March 1, 1803 to March 1, 1804. 
1803. March 13. Simon Prescott & Susanna Rundlet. 

June 21. Josiah Chase J r & Rachel Prescott. 

July 19. Moses Rundlet & Temperance Leighton. 

Nov. 17. Isaiah Clough & Rachel Clifford. 

Peter Holt, Minister of the Gospel. 
Epping, March 1, 1804. 
Joseph Norris Ju r & Rebecca Robinson was Married Jam 7 

y e 7, 1777. 
Charles Hilton & Mary Wadleigh was Married Febr y y e 23, 

1777. 
Wiiitrop Durgan & Sarah Eliot was Married Febr y y e 27, 

1777. 
Nathaniel Greaves & Mary Foss was Married April y e 1, 

1777. 
Timothy Richardson & Anna Sullivan was Married April y e 

3, 1777. 
Abraham Brown & Mary Butler was Married May y e 27, 

1777. 
Jacob Sinclair & Rachel Cliford was Married June y e 16, 

1777. 
James Rundlet 3 d & Hannah Dow was Married June y e 19, 

1777. 
David Clough & Margaret Page was Married July y e 15, 

1777. 
Nathaniel Johnson & Ruth Sandborn was Married Nov r y e 

13, 1777. 
Chandler Sandborn & Sarah Tuttle was Married Dec r y e 1, 

1777. 
Joseph Prescott Jun r & Susanna Prescott was Married Dec 1 

y e 1, 1777. 
Samuel Prejscott & Mary Drake was Married Dec r y e 3, 

1777. 
David Page & Molly Rawlins was Married Dec r y e 3, 1777. 
Nathan Batchelor & Elizabeth Taylor was married Dec r y e 

6, 1777. 
James Osgood & Molly Prescott was Married Dec r y e 17, 

1777. 

(E. T. R., I: 444.) 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 91 

Aritlus Rowe & Abigail Sergeant was Married Feb. y e 10, 

1778. 
Ephraim Batchelor & Molly Cram was Married March y e 4 th 

1778. 
Joseph Whittier & Lydia Chandler was Married March y e 

17 th 1778. 
John Brown & Hannah Sandborn was Married May y e 26, 

1778. 
Eli Beda & Hannah Mudget was Married June y e 4 th 1778. 
Samuel Lawrence & Martha Eliot was Married August y e 

27, 1778. 
John Bartlet & Lydia Chandler was Married Nov r y e 19, 

1778. 
Ebenezer Osgood & Molly Fogg was Married Dec r y e 2, 

1778. 
Samuel Gilman & Maiy Page was Married Dec r y e 9, 1778. 
Jonathan Elsworth & Triphena Chapman was Married Dec 1 ' 

y e 20, 1778. 
William Whittier & Mary Eliot was Married Feb. y e 4 tu 

1779. 
Jeremiah Marston & Elizabeth Sleeper was Married Feb. y e 

4 Ih 1779. 

Marriages from March 8, 1779 to March 13, 1780. 
Josiah Norris & Anna Chase were married March 18, 1779. 
Reuben Osgood Jun 1 ' & Molly Galley were married May 30, 

1779. 
John Prescott & Rebecca Tilton were married August 12, 

1779. 
William Lowney & Abra Morrill were married October 7, 

1779. 
Samuel Fogg & Ruth Lane"were married Oct r 13, 1779. 
Caleb Swain & Mehitable Lyford were married Oct r 20, 

1779. 
Benjamin Pulsifer & Mary Bean were Married Oct r 21, 1779. 
Winthrop Dow & Sarah Cass were married Nov r 18, 1779. 
Tristram Sanborn and Comfort Dalton were married Jan Iy 25, 

1780. 
Jonathan Thurston & Sarah Ordway were married Feb' 7 10, 

1780. (E. T. R., I: 445.) 

John Bartlet Jun r & Sarah Thurston were married Feb 17 17, 

1780. 
Jonathan Judkins & Bridget Stevens were married March 8, 

1780. 



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QUERIES. 

66. Information wanted of the following persons; who 
were their parents, whom did they marry, what was the date 
of their birth and death, etc.'/ 

1st. Samuel Lee of Watertown, Mass., bom about 1668, 
married Mary about 1694. 

2nd. Mary who married the above Samuel Lee. 

3rd. Ancestry of John Mereen, born about 1730, married 
Rebecca Pepper of Eastham 1754, then moved to George- 
town, Maine, was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War. 

4th. Ancestry of Elizabeth who married Joshua 

George of Boston, Mass., before 1670. 



QUERIES. 93 

5th. Ancestry of Mary Thomas who married Josiah Day 
of Gloucester, Mass., in 1730, afterwards of New Gloucester, 
Maine. 

6th. The wife of the first William Mclntyre of George- 
town, Maine, born about 1700. 

7th. Ancestry of Sarah Thomas born about 1715, of 
Georgetown, Maine, married Samuel Wallis, 1734, of Glouces- 
ter, Mass., and Georgetown, Maine. 

8th. Ancestry of the wife of Samuel Marble of Massa- 
chusetts, born about 1630. 

William L. Palmer. 

22 Sacramento Place, Cambridge, Mass. 

67. Jones. — Flanders. — Joseph Jones married Jan. 11, 
1744 Abigail Flanders, (Kingston Records); they had Rich- 
ard, James and Joseph; all three sons removed to Gilmanton, 
N. H. Wanted, the ancestry of Joseph Jones and Abigail 
Flanders, also date of births and deaths. 

Badger. — Thomas Badger was born in 1758 and removed 
to Gilmanton and Sanbornton, N. H. from Newmarket about 
1799; he married Abigail Bennett, she died about 1838. at 
Laconia, N. H. He died March 18, 1818. Their children 
were probably all born in Newmarket except the last three; 
names were, Thomas, James, Leander who settled in Bristol, 
N. H., William, John E., Stephen, Nathaniel E., Nancy, Han- 
nah C, Warren and Samuel. Wanted, the names of Thomas 
Badger's father and mother, also his birthplace. 

Joseph Badger, born at Newbury, Mass., 1698, married 
for his second wife, 1735, Mrs. Hannah Pearson, born 1700, 
widow of Ebenezer Pearson and daughter of Samuel Moody; 
she died Dec. 22, 1762. What was Samuel Moody's ancestry? 

Gale. — Capt. Daniel Gale, son of Jacob Gale of Kingston, 
N. H., was born Sept. 2, 1739, and married May 29, 1760, 
Patience Eastman who was born Dec. 14, 1734; they had 
children, Susan, Jacob, Joseph, Shuah and Daniel twins, 
Mary, Stephen and Elizabeth. What was Patience East- 
man's ancestry and where was her birthplace? They removed 
to Gilmanton, N. H., about 1780. 

Shaw. — Theophilus Shaw, born Jan. 30, 1774, married 
Mary (probably her name was Young); they resided in Lou- 
don, N. H. Their children were: Eliza, born 1801, married 
1828, Reuben Locke of Epsom, N. H., Abigail M. born 1803, 
James M., Mary and Sarah. Wanted, the ancestry and birth, 
place of Theophilus Shaw; he died May 30, 1841. 



94 QUERIES. 

Any information relating to the above queries will be 
thankfully received. John C. Badger. 

191 Sagamore Street, Manchester, N. H. 

68. TlLTON. — Jacob Tilton, born in Ipswich, Mass. Au- 
gust 12, 1694, married Mercy Emerson July 27, 1723. They 
had children born at Ipswich as follows: Nathaniel, baptized 
September 11, 1726; Joseph, baptized May 25, 1728; Mary, 
baptized January 11, 1729; John, baptized December 17, 
1732; Samuel, baptized April 4, 1736. 

Jacob Tilton and his family removed to Newmarket, N. H., 
about 1738 or 1739. He was Captain of a Company in Col. 
Samuel Moore's Regiment at Seige of Louisbourg. 

Deed from Joseph Smart and wife Mary, to Jacob Tilton, 
Gentleman, June 19, 1742; land in Newmarket. 

Deed from Joseph Smart and wife Mary, to Jacob (Capt.) 
Tilton, Gentleman, November 2, 1742; 20 acres in New- 
market. 

Deed from James Marston and wife Sarah to Capt. Jacob 
Tilton, January 20, 1743, land and buildings in Newmarket. 

Deed from Benjamin Hilton to Capt. Jacob Tilton & John 
Perkins Jr., May 26, 1744, land in Newmarket. 

Deed from Joseph Smart to Capt. Jacob Tilton, July 26, 
1746, three tracts of land, 30 acres, whereof I have sold 27 
acres to said Tilton before; said 30 acres bounded by lands 
deeded by Isaac Folsom to me. 

Deed from William and Joanna Hilton to Jacob Tilton, 
Gentleman, December 20, 1742, house and lands in Newmar- 
ket. 

Deed from Jacob Tilton and wife Mercy, to Joshua Hill, 
March 7, 1747, land in Newmarket purchased of Smart. 

Deed from Jacob and Mercy Tilton to Benjamin Jewett, 
April 26, 1757, land in Newmarket. 

Deed from Jacob Tilton to James Marston, April 3, 1758, 
part of land in Newmarket that Marston had deeded said 
Tilton. 

Deed from Jacob Tilton, yeoman, to his son Samuel, hus- 
bandman, April 3, 1763; land in Newmarket. 

Deed from Samuel Tilton and wife Jemima to Caleb Clark, 
February 29, 1764, 31 acres in Newmarket. 

Deed from Samuel Tilton and wife Jemima to Caleb 
Clark, November — 1764, sixty acres of land. 

What became of Capt. Jacob Tilton and wife Mercy? 



LEGISLATION. 95 

What became of his son Samuel Tilton and wife Jemima, 
also what became of the other children of Capt. Jacob Tilton 
and Mercy. 

Frank W. Hine. 
Room 7, Norris Building, Grand Rapids, Mich. 



LEGISLATION. 

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Department of State. 

To all to whom these Presents Shall Come, Greeting: 

I Edward N. Pearson, Secretary of State of the State 
of New Hampshire, do hereby certify that the following and 
hereto attached is a true copy of an act entitled "An Act 
requiring Towns and Cities to furnish Copies of Annual Re- 
ports to the New Hampshire Genealogical Society", approved 
March 6, 1907, the original of which is recorded in this office 
and in my custody. 

In Testimony Whereof, I hereto set my hand and cause to 
be affixed the Seal of the State, at Concord, this 19th day of 
March A. D. 1907. 

Edward N. Pearson. 

Secretary of State. 



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED 

AND SEVEN. 



An Act requiring Towns and Cities to furnish Copies of 
Annual Reports to the New Hampshire Genealogical Society. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in 
General Court convened: 

Section 1. The clerk of every town and city shall annu- 
ally and before the first day of September in each year for- 
ward to the New Hampshire Genealogical Society, for its 
library, one copy of each printed annual town and city report, 
including reports of school boards, health officers and fire 
departments, 



96 DONATIONS. 

Sect. 2. The principal of each college, academy, semin- 
ary, or other institution of learning incorporated by the 
laws of this state, shall annually and before the first day of 
November of each year forward to the New Hampshire Gen- 
ealogical Society, for its library, one copy of each printed 
catalogue of its officers and students and courses of studies 
published during the year next preceding said date. 
Sect. 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 
Bertram Ellis, 

Speaker of the House of Representatives. 
John Scammon, 

President of the Senate. 
Approved March 6, 1907. 

Chas. M. Floyd, 

Governor. 



DONATIONS. 

During the last three months the New Hampshire Genea- 
logical Society has received the following donations in books 
and pamphlets, for which I am directed to present the grate- 
ful thanks of the society. 
Donors. 

Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
C. W. Tibbetts, Esq., 
Charles A. Hazlett, Esq., 
Hon. A. S. Batchellor, 
John C. Badger, Esq., 
New Hampshire College, 
Cambridge Historical Society, 
Dr. Samuel A. Green, 
Library of Congress, 
Historical and Philosophical Soci- 
ety of Ohio, 
Samuel H. Gerrish, Esq., 
N. H. Towns and Cities, 

Total 

Number of previous donations, 

Total, since incorporation of society, 7,969 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



Residence. 


Number. 


Dover, 


3 


« 


10 


Portsmouth, 


2 


Littleton, 


3 


Manchester, 


2 


Durham, 


1 


Cambridge, Mass., 


1 


Boston " 


1 


Washington, D. C. 


4 


Cincinnati, Ohio, 


1 


Sacramento, Cal. 


1 




9 




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THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. IV. Dover, N. H., July, 1907. No. 3. 

NORTH CHURCH RECORDS, 
PORTSMOUTH. 



BAPTISMS. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 58.] 

George Janvrin, Samuel Remick baptized July 19, 1713. 

Benjamin Newmarch, Elizabeth Hinks baptized July 26. 

August 2. Sarah & Lidia Hart baptized. 

August 16. Alice Marden & Hannah Permit baptized. 

Sept: 6. Phebe Fabins baptized. 

Sept: 13. Allkins Kennard baptized. 

Zebulon Wells Sept: 20, 1713. 

Robert Collins, Richard James, Solomon Loud Oct: — 

Hannah Bickford Nov: 1, 1713. 

Anne Hatch was received into y e covenant of Grace & bap- 
tized Nov: 29, 1713. 

Samuel Cutt, Samuel Jones baptized Jan: 24. 

Isaac Toby baptized Jan 31, 1713/14. 

Rebecca Moses owned y e covenant, Joseph Moses baptized. 
Dorothy Walker Baptized ffeb. 7, 1713/14. 

Hannah Stephens owned y e covenant. Her Daughter Mary 
baptized. Samuel Clarke baptized ffeb: 14, 1713/14. 

Elizabeth Davis, Sarah Ilsley, Eleanor Davis, Hannah Rem- 
ick, Mary, Hannah & Sarah Brown, Eliz:, Bethia & Agnis 
Lebbee were received into y e covenant of grace & baptized 
ffeb. 20, 1713/14. 

The wife of Caleb Graffam owned the covenant at New Cas- 
tle. Caleb Graffam baptized ffeb. 28, 1713/14. 

Henry Johnson owned y e covenant, his son Charles Johnson 
baptized, Rachel Hill Baptized March 7, 1713/14. 



98 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Alary Benson, Mercy Benson & Mary Brown were received 
into y e covenant of grace & Baptized & Eliz: Sheckley 
Baptized March 14, 1713/14. 

Thomas Lang baptized. 

Bethshna Libbee baptized Ap: 4, 1714. 

Ruth Trueworthy owned y e covenant & her son James was 
baptized Ap: 11, 1714. 

Matliew Nelson was received into covenant & baptized, Sarah 
Cater baptized Ap: 18, 1714. 

Thomas Larrabee received into covenant & baptized, Hannah 
Hughes baptized Ap: 25, 1714. 

Bridget Tury received into y e covenant of Grace & baptized. 

(N. C. R., II: 15.) 

Sherbourn Daughter of -lames Sherbourn Baptized. 

ffurnald Daughter of James Furnald baptized. 

Mathew Scale owned y e covenant & his son Mathew baptized. 

Abigail Ayers received into covenant, Sarah Ayers baptized 
June 13, 1714. 

Mary Ayers Daughter of William Ayers baptized June 20. 

June 27. Jeremiah y e son of Jeremiah Miller Baptized. 

Benjamin y e son of Benjamin Akerman baptized July 4. 

Abigail Moulton was received into y e covenant of grace & 
baptized, her sons Joseph & John baptized. 

Margaret Peirce, John Brown baptized July 11. 

John Miller, Margaret, Hannah, Susannah & Anne Miller 
children of Joseph Miller Baptized July 18, 1814. 

Benjamin Gamblin baptized. Thomas Ayers owned y e cove- 
nant & his Daughter Ruth Baptized. Sarah Grindal 
owned y e covenant & her son John Grindal baptized Au- 
gust 1, 1714. 

John Rogers born August 5 th & baptized August 8. 

Robert Ward Aug: 15, 1714. 

John Sherbourn son of Henry Sherbourn baptized Sept: 12 th 
1714. 

Henry Benson baptized Sept 19. 

Elizabeth Daughter of Charles Brown baptized Octob 3 d . 

Hannah Thomas was received into covenant & baptized Oct: 
10, 1714. 

Mehetable Phips baptized Oct: 18. 

Elizabeth Welch baptized Oct. 24. 

Abigail Bounds owned the covenant & had two sons & two 

daughters baptized Octob: 31. 
George y e son of Joseph Sherbourn baptized Nov: 7, 1714. 



BAPTISMS. 99 

John Marshal Baptized Nov: 1714. (N. C. R., II: 16.) 

Eliz: Prey Nov: 28, 1714. 

December 26. John Churchill was received into covenant & 
baptized, Joseph Hewes & Benjamin Hewes, Annie Den- 
net. 

Benjamin Berry Baptized Jan: 2' 1 . 

Benjamin Sherbourn, George Ayer, Richard ffurber ffeb. 6. 

John Pike baptized ffeb. 13. 

Willmot Griffis & Ester Griffis were received into covenant 
& baptized. Thomas Harvey baptized ffeb: 27. 

John Davis received into covenant & baptized March 6. 

Quick baptized. 

Mary Peirce baptized. 

Ichabod Grindal, Hannah Palmer baptized 27, 1715. 

Sarah Walker baptized in March 31, 1715. 

James Scales Baptized Ap: 18. 

Nathaniel Waterhouse Ap: 24. 

Henry Johnson Ap: 24. 

Mary Seward, Abigail Maloon, Jane Maloon, Jane Larrabee, 
Eleanor Larrabee, Sarah Larrabee were received into cove- 
nant & Baptized May 1, 1715. 

May 27, 1715. Elizabeth Pendexter was received into cove- 
nant & baptized, her children Elizabeth & Margaret bap- 
tized. Amos ffurnald owned y e covenant his sons Amos 
& Uumphrey baptized. 

(N. C. R., II: 17.) 

June 12. Thomas Loud & Alice Moulton Baptized. 

June 19. Samuel Ham baptized. 

Rebecca Walker owned y e covenant, Davenport Walker & 

Mary Walker Baptized July 3 d . 
July 24. John ffurnald, John Permett. 
August 6. Daniel Rogers born, August 7 baptized. 

Mardin, Kennard. 

Aug: 14. Sarah Low was received into covenant of Grace 

& baptized, Johnathan Low baptized, Mary Wyat owned 

y e covenant, her son Jonathan baptized, Mary Cotton, 

Timothy Waterhouse. 

Dorothy Hill Sept. 18. 
Mary Poindexter, Alice Miller Sept. 25. 
Phebe Sherbourn Nov: 13, 1715. 

David Gardner owned y e covenant his son John Baptized 
Nov. 20, 1715. 



100 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

William & Sarah Pevy were received into covenant & Bap- 
tized & y r children William & Mary baptized, Jan- 

vrin baptized Dec: 1715. 

Richard Penhallow baptized Jan: 1, 1715/6. 

Daniel Wentworth baptized. 

Jeremiah Lebbee received into covenant & baptized Jan: 15, 
1715/6. 

Katherine Toby baptized. 

(N. C. R., II: 18.) 

Jan: 22, 1715/6. Johnathan Studely, Eleanor James bap- 
tized. 

Tobias Langdon owned the covenant, his son Samuel Bap- 
tized Mar: 11,1715/6. 

Mary Jones & Mary Smith baptized March 18, 1715/6. 

Sarah Low & Sarah Smith March 25. 

Sarah Phips Baptized Ap: 1, 1716. 

Samuel Greely Baptized Ap: 8, 1716. 

Eliz: Jones received into covenant & baptized. 

Pevy baptized May 20. 

Simeon Skillin baptized May 27. 

Martha Allmerry was received into covenant & baptized, her 
son Robert Allmerry, Edith Jacson baptized Jun: 10, 1716. 

Susannah Cutt received into covenant & baptized. Robert 
Moses Baptized June 17, 1716. 

Ichabod Lebbee, George Kennard bapt: July 8, 1716. 

Edward Cater baptized July 15, 1716. 

Akerman baptized. 

Clark y e son of John Clark baptized July. 

Allmery, Cutt baptized Aug: 19. 



Robert Walker baptized Sept: 

John Ayers baptized. 

Sarah Curtis owned the covenant & her son John baptized 
October. 

William, John & Joshua Shark lord baptized. 

John Dennet, Wallace Hinlason, Sarah Clark bapt: Oct: 28. 

Mary Shackford, Elizabeth Peverly, Peverly baptized 

Nov. 11, 1716. 

James Nelson Nov: 18, 1716. 

Nathaniel Peverly received into covenant, baptized Novem- 
ber 25, 1716. ' 

(N. C. R., II: 19.) 

Mary Hues Baptized Decemb: 9, 171 6. 

William Fairweather was received into covenant & baptized. 



BAPTISMS. 101 

Abigail Cross owned y e covenant & her son William baptized 
December. 

Mary Seward owned y e covenant. 

David Loud Baptized Jan: 27, 1716/7. 

Mary Furnald Baptized ffeb 3 a 1716/7. 

March 3 d Mary Studely, Elizabeth & Abigail Shackford 
were received into covenant & baptized, George Seward & 
Hannah Seward baptized. 

March 10 Ul Jeremiah Lebbe baptized. 

Giles Steward Baptized March 17. 

Studely baptized March. 

Jane Marshal, Sarah Moore baptized Apr: 6, 1717. 

Sarah Fairweather Baptized Ap: 20. 

Keturah Alcock was received into^covenant & Baptized at 
Boston. Joseph Alcock & Johannah Alcock, Samuel 
Hughes baptized May 5, 1717. 

Mandland Alen Baptized May 12, 1717. 

Charles Sherbourn May 19. 

Temperance Peverly May 26. 

Mary Scales baptized June 2, 1717. 

Sarah Waterhouse & Mary Ham June 9. 

Thomas & Abigail Laraby baptized June 16. 

Samuel Walker received into covenant & Baptized June. 

Samuel Slooper & Samuel Welch Baptized July 15, 1717. 

Rachel Robinson owned y e covenant, William Wiat Baptized 
July 29. 

Abraham Ayers owned y e covenant, Elizabeth his daughter 
Baptized, Henry Sherbourn baptized. Benjamin Miller 
received into covenant & baptized, his children Mary, 
Lidia, Benjamin, Sarah Elizabeth Baptized Aug: 11, 1717. 

Cutt Shannon baptized Aug: 18, 1717. (N. C. R., II: 20.) 

Phebe Akerman baptized Sept. 1, 1717. 

Jemima Alexander received into covenant & baptized & her 
son Thomas Alexander Baptized Sept: 8, 1717. 

Noah Mardin, Abigail Permatt, Lidia Brown baptized Sept. 22. 

Mary Almerry owned the covenant. Joseph Miller & Wil- 
liam Jones baptized Sept. 29. 

Mary Langdon baptized Oct. 6, 1717. 

Robert Allmerry baptized. 

Samuel Brown Dec. 

Experience Toby Decemb. 

Phebe Nash Dec: 15. 

Mary Ingraham Dec: 22. 



102 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Susannah Cutt, Sarah Grindall baptized Jan: 5, 1717/8. 
William Hamet, Benjamin ffoster baptized Jan: 12. 
Elizabeth Robinson baptized Jan: 19. 
George Jaffrey owned y e covenant, his son George baptized 

ffeb: 23, 1717/8. 
Isabella serv* to M r Toogood received into covenant & bap- 
tized. John James Baptized March 2 d 1717/8. 
Nathaniel Ellethrap received into covenant & baptized, John 

Ellethrap, Abigail Child baptized March 9, 1717/8. 
Samuel Moore received into covenant & Baptized. Thomas 

Kennard, Elizabeth Hewes baptized March 30, 1718. 
Adington Walker baptized Ap: 6. 
Mary Rymes owned the covenant Ap: 13. 
John Cross & Eliz: Gardner Ap: 20. 
Peter Miller Ap: 27. 
Samuel Rymies May 11, 1718. 
Ezekiel Pitman May 18, 1718. 
Samuel Graffam, Elizabeth Landal June 1, 1718, born in y e 

Passage from Ireland, & baptized William English, Moses 

APDowel, Agnis Reiny. (N. C. R., II: 21.) 

Jennet Huestone baptized July. 
David Scott baptized July 24. 
Ephraim Dennet baptized July 27. 
Wallace ffinlason bapt: Aug: 17, 1718. 

Robinson baptized Aug: 24. 

Hannah Sherbourn, Mary Moses baptized Sept. 1, 1718. 

Ayers y e child of George Ayers Sep 1 8. 

Sarah Macphederis daughter of John Mac , Nathaniel 

ffairweather bap 1 Sep 1 28. 
Eliz: daughter of James Libbee Oct. 19. 
Mary Skillin Oct. 36. 

Studely, Scales, Kezia Martin Nov: 16. 

Anne Peverly Nov: 23. 

Katherine Johneson Nov: 30. 

Hannah Harvey Dec: 7, 1718. 

Theodore Pike, Sarah Mackphederis Jan: 24. 

Abigail Moulton ffeb: 1, 1718/9. 

George Libbe baptized ffeb: 15. 

William Bridgham owned y e covenant. Abraham Center & 

William Rennel received into covenant & baptized ffeb: 

22, 1718/9. 
Henry Bridgham, George Allmerry, Lidia Sherbourn baptized 

March 1, 1718/9. 



BAPTISMS. 103 

Jane Pummary received into covenant & baptized. Abra- 
ham Center, Ezekiel ffurnald baptized March 15, 1718/9. 

Eliz: Clark Baptized March 29, 1719. (N. C. R., II: 22.) 

Mary Alhnerry, Elizabeth Waterhouse baptized Ap: 19. 

Katherine Edmond Ap. 24. 

Mary Roberts owned y e covenant, her daughter Hannah bap- 
tized Ap: 26. 

Lovel Sherbourn Baptized Ap: 26. 

Agnis Clark received into y e covenant of grace & baptized. 

Lidia Berry baptized May 10, 1719. 

George Wentworth, Sarah Akerman June 14, 1719. 

Hannah Simes owned y e covenant, her daughter Hannah bap- 
tized, John Nelson, Dorothy Ham baptized July 19. 

Eliz: Jaffrey bap { July 26. 

Nath 11 ffinlason bapt: Aug: 2 d . 

Samuel Brown owned y e covenant & was baptized. Samuel 
Ayers bapt: Aug: 16, 1719. 

Elizabeth Mow, John Peavy Aug: 23. 

James Brown Sep' 6. 

Abigail Seavey, Tobias Peirce Octob: 

William Studly & Mary Ayers baptized Nov: 8. 

Hannah Blashfield made confession of her offence & had two 
children baptized Nov: — , 1719. 

Eliz: Hamet baptized Nov: 22. 

Johnson Jaxon, Lydia Toby, John Alexander baptized Nov: 
29. 

Samuel Jones Dec: 13, 1719. 

Richard Waldron owned y e covenant, his son Richard bap- 
tized, Thomas Crocket bapt: Jan: 10, 1719/20. 

Benjamin Mardin baptized Jan: 1[7*]. (N. C. R., II: 23. 

John Pendexter, Phillip Pendcxter bapt: ffeb: 7, 1719/20. 

Hannah Sherbourn, Susannah Ayers bapt: ffeb: 28, 1719/20. 

Mary Warrin bapt. Mar 6. 

Margaret Gardner, Mary Jaxon, John Wayett, William Boyd 
March 20, 1719/20. ' 

Samuel Larrabee Mar: 27, 1720. 

Samuel Cross, Sarah Cutt, Eliz: Whidden Apr: 10, 1720. 

John Sherbourn Ap: 24, 1720. 

Jacob ffodar May 28. 

Maiy Clark June 4 th . 

Ebenezer Wentworth June 12. 

Nath: Peverly June 19. 
*Record torn, probably the figure is correct. — Ed. 



104 NORTH CHURCH RECORDS. 

Elizabeth Moor, Elizabeth Briard, Elizabeth baptized 

June 26. 

Samuel Cutt July 3 d . 

Lucy Landel, Moses Miller July 10. 

Margaret Rogers August 14, born 12. 

Rachel Robinson Sept: 4 th . 

Benjamin Allcock. 

Mary Graffham. 

Susannah Cotton, Mary Libbe, Hannah Davis received into 
covenant & baptized Oct. 23, 1720. 

Abigail Sherbourn bapt: Oct. 23. 

Richard Cross received into covenant & baptized Nov: 6, 
1720. William Cross, Richard Cutt, Hannah Akerman, 
John Libbee. (N. C. R., II: 24.) 

Abigail Moses received into covenant & baptized, her daugh- 
ter Abigail baptized Decemb. 4, 1720. 

Jacob Bridgham baptized Dec: 11, 1720. 

Harvey tf'eb. 12, 1720/1. Mow. 

Thomas Phips March 5, 1720/1. 

Josia Brown March 12. 

Samuel Munson owned y e covenant, his children Samuel, 
Mary, & Sarah Monson baptized Ap: 1G, 1721. 

Margaret Berry baptized Ap. 10. 

Ham baptized May 21. 

George Sherbourn, John Waterhouse, Thomas Small May 28, 
1721. 

Mary Sherbourn June 11. 

William Peverly, Elizabeth Dennet June 18. 

Benjamin Mardin, Eliz: Studely baptized July 2 d . 

Elizabeth Brown July 9 th . 

Elizabeth Neal owned y e covenant. Eliz: Spinney owned y e 
covenant & was baptized July 16. 

Mary Sherbourn baptiz: July 23. 

Jeremiah Neal Aug. 6. 

Thomas Westbrook Waldron, Patience Kennard Augt: 13, 
1721. 

William Hughes Aug 1 20. 

Henry Alexander, Mchitabel Center Aug. 27. 

Sarah Skillion Sept. 3, 1721. 

George Clark Sept. 17, 1721. 

Phebe Clark Oct. 1, 1721. 

William Miller, John Moulton Oct. 8, 1721. 

(N. C. R., II: 25.) 



NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 
[Continued from Vol. IV, page 64.] 

1753 Jan 18 Patience Shackford wife to Mr. Will. Shack- 

ford own'd the Covenant & was Baptized. 
Also John Son to Will. & Patience Shackford was 

baptized. 
March 25 th Gideon Walker owned the Covenant and had 

a Son Baptized Samuel. 
April 1 st George Son to Samuel & Easter Rawlins was 

baptized. 
April 8 th Mercy Daughter to Hutson & Madlin Pevey 

was baptized. 
Item Thomas & Hamet owned the Covenant 

and had their Son baptized Thomas. 
May 20 th Levi Son to Antony & Mary Pickering was 

baptized. 
Item David Dennett own'd the Covenant & had a 

Daughter baptized Lydia. 
June 24: Ebenezer Son to Joseph & Johanna Adams was 

baptized. 
Item Sarah Daughter to Eliphelet & Abigail Dam 

was baptized. 
Sep* 30: Richard Son to Richard & Elizabeth Furbur 

was baptized. 
Dec 1 ' 14 Luke Son to Thomas & Mary Layton was bap- 
tized. 
Dec 1 30 th Joseph Son to Jn° & Lydia Hoit was baptized. 

1754 Jan 18 We had Church meeting and Elder Fabyan 

was chosen moderator of said meeting & Mr John 
Janvrin who was suspended upon suspicion of 
having a child or children too soon, upon his Dec- 
laration of his innocency in that affair was by a 
unanimous vote of the Church Restored to Com- 
munion & to all Church priviledges. 
Ttern. Voted that none that had a child sooner than 
seven months after marriage should have any 
Church priviledge without making a confession 



106 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

Except \v r the party or parties should make a 
solemn Declaration of his or their innocency. 
1754 Jan 20 Mr Thomas Pickering & Mary had a Daugh- 
ter baptized Sarah. 

Feb 3 Mr John Janvrin had a Son baptized John. 

Feb 17: Gideon Son to Jonathan & Mary Huntris was 
baptized. 

Feb 28 Steven Grandson to Widdow Stevens was bap- 
tized. 

March 4 Jonathan Son to Mathias & Susanna Nutter was 
baptized. 

April 7: Anthony and Mary Nutter had a Son baptized 
Jonathan Warner. 

May 5: Jane Coolbroth owned the Covenant and had 2 
Children baptized viz 1 Mary & Elizabeth. 

May 19 th Elizabeth Row* owned the Covenant & had 
her Son baptized James. 

May 26: William Tompson & Anna his wife made a 
confession* upon which he was Restored to Com- 
munion in this church & she owned y e Covenant & 
had their Children baptized viz 1 Antony, William 
& John also Sarah & Rachel. 
Item Darling & Love Huntris had a Daughter bap- 
tized Hannah. 

June 2 d Issachar Dam & Sarah his wife owned the Cov- 
enant and had 3 Daughters baptized viz 1 Hannah, 
Sarah & Elizabeth. 

June 16: James Willkinson & Hannah his wife owned y e 
Covenant & and had their Child baptized Anna. 

Aug 8t 11 Dorothy Daughter to & Anna Nutter 

was baptized. 

Sep 1 1: Abigail Daughter to Joseph & Elizabeth Trickey 
was baptized. 

Octf 20 th Elizabeth Daughter to Benja" & Abigail Adams 
was Baptized. Nata Die 14 Oct r . Obit. Feb 10, 
1757. 

Dec r 1 st Joshua Trickey & Rosimund his wife* own'd 
the Covenant & had a son baptized John. 

Dec r 15 Mr Benjamin Adams & Abigail his wife were 
admited to full Communion in this Church. 
1755 Jan 15"' Lydia Daughter to Mr Phinehas & Abigail 
Coleman was baptized. 

♦Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 107 

1755 Jan ry 19: John Son to Gideon & Elionor Walker was 

baptized. 

March 16 th Mr Joseph Adams & Johanna his wife were 
admited to full Communion in y s Church. 

March 18 th Christopher Son to Sam 11 & Sarah Nutter was 
baptized. 

March 28 th Mr Benjamin Adams was chosen Deacon of 
this Church and accepted. 
Item Mr Moses Furbur was chosen Deacon of this 
Church & accepted. 

May 4: Richard Son to Mr Thomas Pickering & Mary his 
wife was baptized. 
Item: Abigail Daughter to Hatevil Nutter and Han- 
nah his wife was baptized. 

May 18: Temperance Daughter to Mr Hutson & Madlin 
Pevey was baptized. 

June 8 th Mrs Martha Grove wife to Jn° Grove was 
admited to full Communion in this Church. 
Item Sam 11 Son to Sam 11 & Easter Rawlins was bap- 
tized. 

June 15 th Thomas & Eliza th Vincent* owned the Cove- 
nant & had his son Baptized Anthony. 

June 22: Theodosia Daughter to Mr Richard & Alice 
Downing was baptized. 

June 29 th Joseph Son to John & Mary Hogdon was bap- 
tized. 
Item: Nicholas Son to Nicholas & Sarah Knight was 
baptized. 

Aug st 31 William Son to Mr John Janvrin & Eliza th his 
wife was baptized. 
Item Eliza th Daughter to Mr. Richard & Eliza th Fur- 
bur was baptized. 

Oct 1 ' 12 th Enoch Barker Son to Will" 1 & Anna Tompson 
was baptized. 
Item Mary Benson* had her son baptized Noah. 

Nov r 16 Joseph & Allice Place* own'd the covenant & 
had a Daughter baptized Allice & another Elizabeth. 

Dec r 14 th Thomas Son to Issachar & Sarah Dam was 
baptized. 

1756 Jan 18: Dudley Gillman Son to Joseph & Johanna 

Adams was baptized. 

♦Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



108 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

175(3 Item Betty Daughter to Eliphelet & Abigail Dam 
was baptized. 

Feb: 15 th .Joseph Son to Joseph & Elizab 1 " Triekey was 
baptized. 
Elizabeth Daughter to Thomas & Mary Layton was 
baptized. 

Feb 22: Benjamin Son to Jonathan & Abigail Triekey 
was baptized. 

Feb 29: Joshua Son to Josiah & Elizabeth Downing was 
baptized. 
Item Olive Daughter to Edward & Sarah Walker 
was Baptized. 

March 14 Mr Joseph Pickering was admited to full Com- 
munion in this Church. 
Item Mrs Hannah Nutter wife to Hatevil Nutter 
was admited to full Communion in this Church. 

April 18 th Mr Jn° Hoit and Lydia Hoit were admited to 
full Communion in this Church. 

May 9 th Mr Theodore Dam and Mary his wife w r admited 
to full Communion in this Church. 

May 10'" Deborah Daughter to Jonathan & Mary Hun- 
tris was baptized. 

May 17: Samuel & Ebenezer twin sons to David & Doro- 
thy Demiit w r baptized. 

May 23 Nathan Webb Son to Benjamin & Abigail 
Adams was baptized, born May 10 Ul 175b\ 

May 30 Ul Jn° Coleman owned the Covenant & had a 
Daughter Baptized Allice. 

June 27: William Son to Thomas & Elizabeth Vincent 
was baptized. 

July 18: Valentine Son to Theodore & Mary Dam was 
baptized. 

Aug 8t 8 th Mr John Nutter & Anna Nutter his wife were 
admited to full Communion in this Church. 
Item Mr Sam 11 Rawlins was admited to full Com- 
munion in y s Church. 

Item Mrs Jane Emmons was admited to full Com- 
munion in y s Church. 

Aug 81 29 th Elizabeth Daughter to Joshua & Sarah Nutter 
was baptized. 

Sep r 20 th Johanna Daughter to Mr Sam 11 & Mary Raw- 
lins was baptized. 



BAPTISMS. 109 

1756 Oct r 3: Daughter to Pitman Coolbroth & 

Jane his wife was baptized. 

Oct: 18: Sam 11 & David Sons to Mr Hatevil & Sarah Lay- 
ton were baptized. 

Dec r ll 01 Susanna Daughter to Sam 11 & Eliz" 1 Shakford 
was baptized. 
1757. Jan 16 th Sam 11 & Solomon, Sons to William & Anna 
Tompson were baptized. 

Feb 20 Ul John Son to Icabod & Olive Rawlins was bap- 
tized. 
Item Allice Daughter to Thomas & Mary Pickering 
was baptized. 

March 13 th John Son to Mr John and Anna Nutter was 
baptized. 

April 10 th David Dennet Son to Josiah & Elizabeth 
Downing was baptized. 

April 17 th Anna Daughter to Dea Moses Furbur & Anna 
his wife was baptized. 

April 18 Mary Tompson y e wife of Sam 11 Tompson Sen r 
owned the Covenant and was baptized, private 
Baptism. 

May 8 th Antony Nutter & Sarah his wife* owned y e Cov- 
enant and had y 1 Children baptized, viz* Antony & 
Will 111 their sons were baptized. 
Item: Joseph son to James & Hannah Willkinson 
was baptized. 

June 12 th Mr Richard Furbur & Elizabeth his wife were 
admited to full Communion in y s Church. 

July 3 d Mr Samuel Tompson & Mary his wife had a Son 
Baptized Benjamin. 
Item Aaron Grandson to Mr John Hogdon & Mary 
his wife was Baptized. 

Aug st 21: Elizabeth & Louis Downing twin Daughters to 
William & Susanna Huntris were baptized. 

Sep r 18 th Lemuel Son to Joseph and Elizabeth Trickey 
was Baptized. 

Nov r 3 d John Harrison Son to Mr Richard & Allice Down- 
ing was baptized. Private Baptism. 

Nov r 13 John Son to Hutson & Madlin Pevey was bap- 
tized. 

Nov 1 ' 20: James Nutter Jun r and his wife Easter owned 
the Covenant & had a Son Baptized, Ebenezer. 

*Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



110 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1757 Dec 1 30 th John Woodman Son to Mr John Coleman 

& Mary his wife was baptized. 
1758. Feb 12 th Elizabeth Daughter to David & Dorothy 

Dennet was baptized. 
March 5 tt William Son to Joseph & Johanna Adams was 

baptized. 
March 12 ,h Samuel Son to Ebenezer Adams & Lois his 

wife was baptized. 
April 2' 1 John Son to Thomas & Elizabeth Vincent was 

baptized. 
April 9 th Frances Daughter to Richard & Eliza" 1 Furbur 

was baptized. 
April 19 th Moses Son to Eliphelet & Abigail Dam was 

baptized: Private Baptism. 
April 23 fl Rebecca Daughter to Theodore & Mary Dam 

was baptized. 
June 4 th Ruth Webb Daughter to Benja" & Abigail 

Adams was baptized. 
July 9 th Ame Daughter to Mr James & Olive Coolbroth 

was baptized. 
July 23 d Elizabeth Daughter to Mr Gideon and Elioner 

Walker was baptized. 
Aug 8t 6 th Mr Gideon Walker and Elioner his wife were 

admited members in full Communion in this 

Church. 

Item James Son to John & Sarah Benson was bap- 
tized. 

Sep 1 ' 7 At a Church meeting held at my house 

1: Voted that all the members of the Church y l are 
able pay 8 O. T. each member for every quarter 
until such time as the money s' 1 grow better. And 
that those that are most able pay so much more at 
this time as may probably make up the money that 
is now Due to the Deacon w <h is 8 1 6 8 some odd 
pence. 

2: That every member s' 1 paper his money or else 
his money s d be forfeited & it may be Demanded of 
him or her as not paid. 

3: Voted that each member pay his money & Con- 
tribute the same on the Sabbath that is at the l 8 ' 
Sacrament for said quarter & this to be Continued 
Quarterly for 3 Quarters of the year. 



BAPTISMS. Ill 

1758 Oct 29 th Hannah Daughter to Joseph and Elizabeth 

Downing was Baptized. 
Nov r 26 th Benjamin Rawlins Grandson to Mrs Deborah 

Rawlins was baptized on her account. 
Dec r 24 Mr Nicholas Pickering own'd the Covenant & 

had a Daughter Baptized Temperance. 

1759 Feb: 18 th Jonathan Son to Joseph & Eliza" 1 Trickey 

was baptized. 

Feb: 25 th John Son to Joseph & Johanna Adams was bap- 
tized. 

April 15 th Mary Daughter to Mr Sam 11 Shakford & Eliz- 
abeth his wife was baptized. Died April 12, 1825, 
Aged 66. 

April 29 th Patience Daughter to Mr Thomas Pickering 
& Mary his wife was baptized. 

May 2 d Abigail Nutter owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 
Also Nathan Son to James Nutter Jun r & Easter was 
baptized. 

May 6 th Elizabeth Harrison Daughter to Richard Down- 
ing Esq r & Alice his wife was baptized. 

May 20 th Sarah Daughter to Joseph & Allice Place was 
baptized. 

May 27 th Seth Daughter* to Jonathan & Mary Huntris 
was baptized. 

July 1 st Mrs Anne Quint was admited a member in full 
Communion in y s Church. 
Item: Mary Daughter to Richard and Eliza th Furbur 
was baptized. 

July 8 Hannah Daughter to Mr Sam 11 & Abigail Tomp- 
son was baptized. 
Item Abigail Daughter to Mr Sam 11 Rawlins and 
Mary his wife was baptized. 

July 29 th Jonathan Quint owned the Covenant and had 
a Son Baptized Joseph. 

Aug st 19 Benjamin Son to Mr Jn° & Mary Coleman was 
baptized. 

Aug st 26 th Easter Daughter to Mr Joshua & Sarah Nut- 
ter was baptized. 

Dec r 16 th Antony Nutter Son to Icabod & Olive Rawlins 
was baptized. 

*The word daughter is an error in original record, for the word son, 
without doubt. — Ed. 



112 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1760 March 16 Ann Daughter to Mr John Nutter and 

Anne his wife was baptized. 
April 20 th Thomas Son to Thomas & Eliza" 1 Vincent was 

Baptized. 
May 18 Mr Joseph Benson owned the Covenant & had a 

Daughter Baptized Anna Parker. 
Item Johanna Daughter to John and Sarah Benson 

was Baptized. 
May 25 Samuel Son to Josiah and Elizabeth Downing 

was baptized. 
June 1 st John Son to Nicholas & Hannah Pickering was 

baptized. 
June 15: Abigail Daughter to Thomas Jun r and Jerusha 

Pickering was Baptized. 
July 6 E pin-aim Pickering and Lydia his wife* owned 

the Covenant and had two children baptized, the 

Eldest was Baptized Nanne, & the other was bap- 
tized Sarah Toppan. 
I tern John Son to David & Dorothy Dennet was bap- 
tized. 
July 13. Hannah Daughter to Charles & Hannah Den- 
net was baptized. 
Aug 8t 24 th Mary Daughter to Benja" and Abigail Adams 

was baptized. Born Aug st 11 th 1760. 
Aug st 31. Benjamin Son to Theodore and Mary Dam was 

baptized. 
Oct r 19 th Mary Daughter to Mr Thomas & Ayers 

his wife was baptized. 
Nov r 30'" Nancy Daughter to Mr Eliphelet Dam & Abig 1 

his wife was baptized. 
Dec 1 ' 14 th Benjamin Row Son to Jonathan & Eliza ,h Quint 

was baptized. 
1761. March 22' 1 George Son to Pitman & Jane Coolbroth 

was baptized. 
March 29 th Joseph Coleman owned the Covenant & had 

a Daughter baptized Lydia. 
June 7 th Mr Icabod Rawlins and his wife Olive were 

admited members in full Communion in this Church. 
July 5 th John Bickford Son to Nicholas and Hannah 

Pickering was baptized. 
Aug 81 30 th Mary Daughter to John and Mary Coleman 

was baptized. 
♦Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



STEATHAM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 74.] 

Walter W. Wiggin's Family. 
Walter Weeks Wiggin Born November 15 th 1797. 
Charlotte Odell Born September 4 th 1790. 
Married February 1 st 1824. 

Their Children: 
Horace Wiggin Born August 4 th 1825. 
Daniel Hilton Wiggin Born July 5 th 1827. 
Charlotte Ann Wiggin Born May 9 th 1829. 

Deaths. 
Walter W. Wiggin departed this life May 4, 1833. 

(S. T. R., V: 40.) 
Dr. James Odell's Family. 
James Odell Born October 28, 1784. 
Charlotte Hilton Born September 4 th 1790. 
Married November 22, 1812. 

Their Children: 
James Eustace Odell Born October 4 th 1813. 
Sarah Wiggin Odell Born January 18 th 1816. 
William Graves Odell Born January 11 th 1819. 
George Hilton Odell Born November 19 th 1820. 

Deaths. 
William G. Odell departed this life February 22, 1819. 
James Odell departed this life February 22, 1822. 

(S. T. R., V: 41.) 
Deaths. 
Sarah Abby, daughter of Simeon and Abby Rundlett Died 

Feb. 3, 1843, aged 1 year and 10 months. 
Dinah Lane, Died April 18, 1843, aged 81 years. 

Ann Chase wife of Phinehas M. Chase Died June 5, 1843, 

aged 36 years. 
Abram Thomas son of James R. and Olive A. Stockbridge, 

Died June 28, 1843, aged 3 years. 
Maj. Joseph Hoit Died Dec. 8, 1843, in the 70 th year of his 

age. 



114 STRATH AM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Joseph Coombs, Died Dec. 20, 1843, aged 74 years. 

(S. T. R., V: 42.) 
Thomas Tuttle's Family. 

Thomas Tuttle, Born Nov. 25, 1797. 

Mary Stockbridge, Born May 29, 1798. 
Married July 22, 1821. 

Their Children: 

James Smith Tuttle, Born Oct. 3, 1823. 

Mary Lucy Tuttle, Born August 9, 1825. 

Isaiah Wiggin Tuttle, Born August 24, 1827. 

Thomas Bartlett Tuttle, Born July 2, 1829. 

Samuel Aura Tuttle, Born August 5, 1831. 

Sally Leah Tuttle, Born Dec. 7, 1835. 

Lucella Wadleigh Tuttle, Born Sept. 28, 1839. 

Samuel M. Pearson, Born May 28th, 1841, at Stratham, N. 
H. N° of Children, 4 th ; Father's name, Samuel M. Pear- 
son; Birthplace, Andover, Mass.; By Occupation, a Carpen- 
ter; Age, 40 years; Mother's name, Elizabeth W. Shannon; 
Birthplace, Barrington, N. H.; Age, 33 years. 
Recorded by Fred'k. J. Franklyn, Town Clerk. 

May 24, 1906. (S. T. R., V: 44. 

Children of George Wiggin, Jun r . 

Isaac S. Wiggin born April 24 th 1844, at Stratham, N. H. 
N° of Children, 1st; Father's Name, George Wiggin; Birth- 
place, Maine; by occupation, a Farmer; Age, 38 years; 
Mother's Maiden Name, Elizabeth W. Shannon; Birthplace, 
Barrington, N. H.; Age, 36 years. 

George Wiggin, born November 5th, 1846, at Stratham, N. 
H. N° of Children, 2nd; Father's name, George Wiggin; 
Birthplace, Maine; by occupation, a Farmer; Age, 40 years; 
Mother's Maiden Name, Elizabeth W. Shannon; Birthplace, 
Barrington, N. IL; Age, 38 years. 

The particulars of the above births were obtained from Isaac 
S. Wiggin, and recorded by 

Fred'k. J. Franklyn, Town Clerk. 
May 14, 1906. 

(S. T. R., V: 45.) 
Capt. Andrew Wiggin's Family. 

Andrew Wiggin Born Oct. 8 th 1768. 

Dorothy Wiggin Born Nov. 11 th 1777. 
Married May 29 th 1799. 

Their Children. 

Dorothy Wingate Wiggin Born Nov. 15 th 1800. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 115 

Andrew Merrell Wiggin Born Jan? 24 th 1805. 

Josiah Bartlett Wiggin Born June 1 st 1811. 

Deaths. 

Andrew Wiggin Died July 28, 1838. 

Mary A. Hubbard was born on Wednesday August the 10 th 
1848 at \ past six in the morning. 

A true copy Attest Henry H. Staples. 

Recorded Nov. 11 th 1857. Town Clerk of Stratham. 

(S. T. R., V: 46.) 

George W. Thompson of Barrington, N. H. and Mary Win- 
gate of Stratham were married April 18 th 1833, by Jacob 
Cummings, Congre 1 Minister. 
A True Record. 

Attest George W. Thompson, Town Clerk. 

Recorded November 25 th 1856. (S. T. R., V: 229. 

Marriages. 

Henry L. Ford and Mary I. Nudel, both of Stratham, mar- 
ried May 7 th 1840. 

Nathan Knowles and Lucy Pottle, both of Stratham, married 
April 18, 1841. 

James S. Leavitt and Ann M. Pinkham, both of Stratham, 
married January 14 th 1842. 

Andrew Bordman of Stratham, and Eliza Knowles of North 
Hampton, married January 17 th 1842. 

Richard Scammon of Stratham, and Abigail Bachelder of 
North Hampton, married Feb. 9 th 1842. 

Henry Staples and Nancy Foss, both of Stratham, married 
July 5 th 1842. 

Lewis B. Hawkins of Roxbury, Mass. and Martha S. W. Sin- 
clair of Stratham, married July 26 th 1842. 

Joseph Hoit, Jr. and Almira G. Dresser both of Epping, mar- 
ried Sept. 5 th 1842. 

Benjamin F. Moore of Stratham and Abigail A. Hall of New 
Market, married May 14 th 1843. 
All the above named persons were married by me, 

Noah Piper, Minister of the Gospel. 
A true copy. Attest I. B. Wiggin, Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., V: 230.) 

The following Marriages solemnized by Elder Noah Piper. 

George B. Fifield of Stratham & Mary Smith of North 
Hampton Married Ap 1 6 th 1820. 

Simon Knowles, Jr. & Abigail Rollings both Seabrook Mar- 
ried June ll Ul 1820. 



116 STRATH AM GENEALOGICAL RECORDS. 

Capt. William Trefethren of Rye & Susanna Piper of Strat- 
ham, Married Feb* 1 st 1821. 

Moses Bowley & Caroline Foss both of Stratham, Married 
Feb* 20 th 1821. 

Thomas Tuttle & Mary Stockbridge bolli of Stratham, Mar- 
ried July 22 ,ul 1821. 

Abram Crimbell of North Hampton & Mary Wiggin of Strat- 
ham Married Sept 1 9 th 1821. 

David R. Dimon & Nancy Piper both of Stratham Married 
April 1 st 1822. 

Reuben Langley & Sally Scammon both of Stratham Married 
April 18 th 1822. 

Benjamin Crimbell of North Hampton & Sarah Nay of Not- 
tingham Married May 29 th 1822. 

Joshua Nason & Deborah Robinson both of Stratham Mar- 
ried June 18 th 1822. 

Ephraim Leavitt of Chichester & Abigail Piper of Stratham 
Married Sep 1 23 rd 1822. 

Daniel Avery, Esq 1 ' of Guilford & Betsy Piper of Stratham 
Married March 12 th 1823. 

John Clark & Elizabeth Neal both of Stratham Married 
March 31 st 1823. 

Warren Doe of Newmarket & Clarissa H. Lang of Stratham 
Married Oc l 26 th 1823. 

Cap 1 James Rollins & Sophia Moore both of Stratham Mar- 
ried Nov. 9 th 1823. 

Joseph Brackett of Newmarket & Eliza Brackett of Stratham 
Married Nov. 23 rd 1823. 

Joseph Moulton & Mary Ann Brown both of Hampton Falls 
Married Dec. 9 th 1823. 

Walter W. Wiggin & Charlotte Odell both of Stratham Mar- 
ried Feb* 1 st 1824. 

.Joseph T. Weeks & Nancy R. Hilton both of Greenland Mar- 
ried Feb* 1 st 1824. 

A true copy, Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., V: 252.) 

This may certify that M r Nathan Cate and Miss Mary M. 
Lane were married this day as the law directs. 
Stratham, April 6 th 1825. Jacob Cummings. 

Tins may certify that M r William B. Dana and Miss Marga- 
ret Ann Dean both of Exeter, were married this day as the 
law directs. 
August 24 th 1825. J. Cummings. 



BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 117 

A true copy, Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 

This may certify that the following persons were united in 
marriage during the past year by me acording to law. 

1827. April 15. M r Theodore Wiggin, Jr. to Miss Mary 
H. Fifield both of Stratham. 
August 13. Doct. Josiah Bartlett to Miss Hannah E. W. 

Thompson both of Stratham. 
November 18. Mr. Richard Horn to Miss Mary Elizabeth 
Taylor both of Stratham. 
Stratham, Jan y 17, 1828. 

Jacob Cummings, Pastor of Cong. Church. 
A true Copy Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 

Benjamin Moulton of Portsmouth and Olive L. Wiggin of 
Stratham were Married November 20, 1825, according to 
the laws of this State. Noah Piper. 

A correct copy Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., V: 253.) 

The following marriages were solemnized by Elder Noah 
Piper. 

Jethro L. Gray of Strafford and Lucretia Pottle of Stratham, 
Married July 9 th 1826. 

Joseph S. Marston and Sally D. Crimbeil both of Northamp- 
ton, Married September 17, 1826. 

Josiah Burley and Theodotia Piper both of Stratham, Mar- 
ried December 17, 1826. 

Simeon Rundlet and Betsey Tibbets both of Stratham, Mar- 
ried March 6, 1827. 

I hereby certify that the within named persons were Married 

by me according to law. Noah Piper. 

Copied correctly, Attest , George Lane, Town Clerk. 

Record of Marriages by Elder Noah Piper. 

Josiah R. Purington and Eliza P. Richardson both of Lowell 
Married May 10 th 1827. 

Samuel Caban and Phebe Thomas both of Exeter married 
Nov" 1 4 tu 1827. 

Greenleaf C. Brown of Stratham and Abigail Brown of 
Hampton Falls, married March 5 th 1828. 

John Piper Jr. and Eliza Ann French both~of Stratham mar- 
ried April 13 th 1828. 

Mr. Town Clerk please to record the above marriages. 

Noah Piper. 
Correct copy, Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 



118 BIRTHS MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

This certifies that Mr. Josiah Brown of Boston and Miss 
Eliza Brown of Seabrook have been united in marriage 

according to the law. Jacob Cnnnuings, 

Pastor, Cong, church Stratham. 
Correct copy, Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., V: £54.) 

M 1 Thomas J. Haines and Miss Mary Rollins both of Strat- 
ham married May 18 th 1828. 

Obed Rollins of Exeter and Sarah Fifield of Stratham Mar- 
ried July 20 th 1828. 

Jonathan Leavitt and Charlotte Boyd both of Stratham mar- 
ried July 27'" 1828. 

Seth F. Rollins of Dover and Harriet M. Smith of Brentwood 
Married Nov. 13 Ul 1828. 

Samuel Haines and Almira Brimblecom both of Stratham, 
Married January 19 th 1829. 

All the above named persons were Married by me 

Noah Piper. 
A true copy, Attest George Lane, Town ( 'lerk. 

Cap 1 Nathan Moulton of Hampton Falls and Sarah Brown 

of Stratham, married June 17 th 1830. 
Mr. Jonathan Towle, Jr. and Sarah Lane both of Hampton 

married Sep. 5 tu 1830. 
Mr. Thomas J. Lang of Hampton Falls and Eunice Daniels 

of Stratham married April 14'" 1831. 
Mr. Benjamin Ivelley and Sarah M. Feltch both of Stratham 

married June 23 d 1831. 
Elder Asa Merrill and Mrs. Susanna Babb both of Stratham 

Oct. 19 th 1831. 
Mr Jeremiah S. Rollings and Mary Ann Shaw both of North 

Hampton married January 19 th 1832. 
Mr. Samuel Sanborn of Exeter and Elizabeth Jewell of 

Stratham married Nov. 15 th 1832. 
Mr. Mark Roberts and Sally Wiggin both of Stratham mar- 
ried Dec. 19 th 1832. 
Mr. Samuel Garland and Sarah Ann Towle both of Hampton 

married Feb. 27 Ul 1833. 
This certifies that the above named persons were married by 

the subscriber at the dates above mentioned. 

Noah Piper. 

A true copy, Attest George Lane, Town Clerk. 

(S. T. R., V: 255.) 



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



FAMILY RECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. IV, page 70.] 

Moses Varney; page 18. 

Mary Estes; page 17; died, buried 4, 2 mo. 1825. 
Married at Dover, 25, 3 mo. 1761. 
Their children born in Dover except Sarah who was 
born at Wolfborough: 
Susannah, born 10, 1 mo. 1762; died 27, 4 mo. 1782. 
Richard, 2, 12 mo. 1763; page 69. 
Ruth, 24, 11 mo. 1765; married out to James Wiggin; 

disowned. 
Joshua, 10, 12 mo. 1767; removed to Danby, cert. 3 mo. 

1796. 
Anne, 13, 5 mo. 1769; married out to Samuel Abbott. 
Joseph, 24, 1 mo. 1771; page 92. 
Mary, 7, 3 mo. 1773; died 8, 6 mo. 1790. 
Mercy, 20, 9 mo. 1774; died 22, 8 mo. 1784. 
Judith, 2, 3 mo. 1777; page 92; married Andrew Wiggin. 
Sarah, 10, 4 mo. 1779; married Paul Varney. 
Gideon Tibbetts. 
Miriam Hoag. 

Married at Hampton, 1761. 
Nathan Varney; page 18; died 4, 2 mo. 1808. 
Abigail Tuttle; page 18; died 19, 1 mo. 1793. 
Married at Dover, 4, 11 mo. 1761. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Anna, born 21, 3 mo. 1763; died 30, 3 mo. 1763. 
Nathan, 4, 4 mo. 1764; died 11, 12 mo. 1780. 
Judith, 23, 2 mo. 1766; page 77; married Cyrus Beede. 
Hope, 16, 10 mo. 1768; page 75; married Ebenezer Jen- 
kins. 
Reuben, 14, 5 mo. 1771; page 94. 

Kezia, 4, 7 mo. 1774; disowned 1801; married out to Dan- 
iel Jenness, Biddeford; died 25, 11 mo. 1825. 
Abigail, 12, 6 mo. 1780; disowned; married Jesse Kimball. 



120 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

David Nichols; died 8, 1 nio. 1775. 
Phebe Chase; died 30, 5 mo. 1793. 

Married and came from Salem to Dover. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Eunice, born 3, 11 mo. 1759; died 21, 10 mo. 1765. 
Hannah, 23, 2 mo. 1761; married out from Friends, died 
in profession of Friends' principles but not a member, 
died 20, 2 mo. 1786. 
David, 14, 11 mo. 1762; page 75. 
Thomas, 15, 7 mo. 1764; died 3, 2 mo. 1789. 
Eunice, 21, 12 mo. 1765; page 70; married Joseph Estes. 
Samuel, 21, 10 mo. 1767; page 73. 
Stephen, 12, 2 mo. 1769; removed to Salem. 
Phebe, 12, 12 mo. 1770; removed to Salem. 
John, 10, 9 mo. 1772; page 90. 

Sarah, 11, 12 mo. 1774; page 90; married Isaac Buffum. 

(F. F. R., I: 39.) 
James Neal; page 20; died 6, 9 mo. 1821. M 85. 
Elizabeth Roberts; died 10, 3 mo. 1810. M 65. 

Married (in Dover, Nov. 26,) 1761. 
Samuel Gould, Jr.; page 33; disowned 19, 2 mo. 1791. 
Margery Hussey. 

Married at Dover, 23, 12 mo. 1761. 
Timothy Robinson, Jr.; page 24; died 29, 7 mo. 1815. 
Alice Frye; page 24; died 22, 9 mo. 1807. 
Married at Kittery, 6, 1 mo. 1762. 
No children. 
Jedediah Morrill; page 26; died 26, 4 mo. 1776. 
Sarah Gould; removed to Falmouth, certificate 20, 3 mo. 1790. 

Married at Berwick, 28, 1 mo. 1762. 
Reuben Tuttle; page 18; removed to Falmouth with their 

children. 
Elizabeth Hanson; page 21. 

Married at Dover, 26, 5 mo. 1762. 
Their children born in Barrington and removed with 
their parents to Falmouth Monthly Meeting: 
Judith, born 16, 9 mo. 1762. 
Mary, 24, 3 mo. 1765. 
Elisha, 27, 9 mo. 1767. 
Reuben, 28, 4 mo. 1770. 
Lydia, 30, 3 mo. 1773. 
Mehitable, 2, 5 mo. 1775. 
Anna, 17, 5 mo. 1778. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 121 

Abraham Morrill; pages 26 and 46; died 1810. 
Elizabeth Lewis. 

Married at Berwick, 1, 7 mo. 1762. 
Jedediah Varney; page 23; died 25, 11 mo. 1799. 
Mary Hanson; page 21; died 16, 3 mo. 1798. 
Married out from Friends, Dover. 

(F. F. R., I: 40.) 
Benjamin Meader; page 21; died 6, 4 mo. 1827. 
Patience Hanson; page 21; died 19, 3 mo. 1825. 
Married at Dover, 23, 6 mo. 1762. 
Their children: 
Hannah, born 27, 4 mo. 1763; page 81; married David 

Roberts. 
Mary, 2, 1 mo. 1765; married Paul Bunker. 
Tobias, 1, 5 mo. 1767; removed to Falmouth, cert. 19, 12 

mo. 1789. 
Micajah, 24, 8 mo. 1769; removed to Durham, cert. 20, 8 

mo. 1791. 
Hanson, 26, 9 mo. 1772; died 16, 12 mo. 1794. 
Judith, 12, 8 mo. 1776; page 95; married David Green. 
Stephen, 19, 12 mo. 1782; page 95. 
Ephraim, 11, 12 mo. 1785; removed to Sandwich. 
Elijah Hanson; removed to Falmouth. 
Martha Varney; page 22. 

Married at Dover, 18, 9 mo. 1762. 
Daniel Varney; page 18; died 3, 10 mo. 1802. 
Martha Clark; page 19; died 17, 7 mo. 1819. 
Married at Dover, 24, 11 mo. 1762. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Daniel, born 1, 3 mo. 1766; page 75. 
James; married, removed to Danby. 
Sarah. 

Deliverance, 20, 2 mo. 1772. 
Aaron; disowned. 
Mercy; married out; disowned. 
Elijah Austin; page 16; died 1812. 
Hannah Roberts; died, buried 23, 4 mo. 1812. 
Married at Dover, 30, 12 mo. 1762. 
Their children born in Madbury: 
Sarah, born 7, 9 mo. 1763; page 94; married Tobias Evans. 
Anne, 11, 10 mo. 1765; married out to Robert Hanson; 

disowned; restored. 
Lydia, 10, 5 mo. 1767; died 28, 3 mo. 1783. 



122 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Pliebe, 28, 2 mo. 1770; page 81; married Tobias Tuttle. 
Hannah, 21, 9 mo. 1773; disowned 10 mo. 1800; restored. 
Elizabeth, 2, 8 mo. 1775; died 7, 4 mo. 1783. 
Keziah, 7, 8 mo. 1778; married out to Jonathan Lamos; 

disowned. 
Elijah, 21, 9 mo. 1784; married out and disowned. 
James Tuttle, 3 d ; page 23; died, buried 29, 1 mo. 1816. 
Rose Pinkham; died 29, 10 mo. 1790. 

Married at Dover, 6, 1 mo. 1763. 
Children: 
Stephen, born. 
Elijah. 
James. 
Nicholas. 

Otis; disowned 15, 1 mo. 1840. 
Benjamin Evans. 

Elizabeth Jenkins; page 24; died 1796. 
Married at Dover 1, 6 mo. 1763. 
Their children born in Madbury: 
Phebe, born 11, 6 mo. 1764; disowned 10 mo. 1790; mar- 
ried out to Jonathan Jenness. 
Benjamin Hanson, 9, 1 mo. 1766; disowned 28, 5 mo. 1791. 
Mary, 7, 11 mo. 1767; died 9, 10 mo. 1780. 
William, 29, 1 mo. 177-; disowned. 
Elizabeth, 8, 4 mo. 1776; died 6, 3 mo. 1789. 
Joseph, 4, 5 mo. 1785; died 26, 9 mo. 1786. 
Mary, 24, 3 mo. 1788. 

(F. F. R., I: 41.) 
Seth Jacobs; disowned 23, 6 mo. 1781. 
Abigail Lamos; page 23. 

Married at Dover, 1763. 
Note: Seth was not considered a member till now. 
Remembrance Clark; page 19; died 5, 11 mo. 1810. 
Sarah Bridges; died 8, 1 mo. 1809. 

Married at Dover, 31, 8 mo. 1763. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Abraham, born 23, 10 mo. 1764; died 29, 1 mo. 1823. 
Mary, 1, 2 mo. 1767; died 19, 1 mo. 1793. 
James, 22, 6 mo. 1769. 
John, 24, 8 mo. 1772; disowned 1795. 
Sarah, 15, 7 mo. 1775; disowned. 
Joseph, 19, 1 mo. 1779; disowned. 
Remembrance, 3, 1 mo. 1782; disowned. 



FAMILY RECOKDS. 123 

Joseph Cartland; page 29; died 21, 1 mo. 1807. 
Anne Hanson; page 21; died 10, 12 mo. 1816. 
Married at Dover, 27, 10 mo. 1763. 
Their children born in Lee: 
Sarah, born 24, 1 mo. 1764; married Levi Green of Weare. 
Tobias, 11, 9 mo. 1766; disowned. 
Hannah, 6, 12 mo. 1767; died 10 mo. 1769. 
Jonathan, 16, 7 mo. 1769; page 93. 

Lydia, 30, 11 mo. 1772; married Edmund Gove of Weare. 
John, 22, 7 mo. 1776; certificate to Vassalboro, 27, 1 mo. 
1800. 
James Lamos; page 23; died 15, 10 mo. 1776. 
Sarah Austin; pages 36 and 72. 

Married at Dover, 27, 10 mo. 1763. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Stephen, born 12, 3 mo. 1765; disowned 1796. 
Keziah, 12, 3 mo. 1765; page 70; married Enoch Hoag, Jr. 
James, 18, 2 mo. 1767; page 91. 
Joseph, 18, 5 mo. 1770; died 27, 9 mo. 1774. 
Joseph Tibbetts; died 5, 11 mo. 1823. 
Elizabeth Hussey; page 26; died 24, 1 mo. 1810. 
Married at Dover, 30, 11 mo. 1763. 
Their children: 
Hannah, born 2, 8 mo, 1765; married out to Paul Libbey. 
Samuel, 10, 10 mo. 1767. 

Abigail, 10, 11 mo. 1769; married out to Peter Hanson. 
Enoch, 11, 4 mo. 1772; died. 
Sarah, 15, 2 mo. 1776; married out to James Hubbard. 

Elizabeth, 24, 2 mo. 1778; married out to Clements. 

Ebenezer Varney; page 23; died 30, 11 mo. 1776. 
Lydia Twist. 

Married at Salem, 1764. 
No children. 
Enoch Page; died 27, 11 mo. 1799. 
Ruth Peasley. 

Married at Hampton. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Samuel, born 30, 9 mo. 1767; page 76. 
Ruth, 5, 11 mo. 1770; married Philip Jones; removed to 

Hampton, cert. 20, 3 mo. 1799. 
Hannah, 1, 9 mo. 1773; married Moses Huntingdon, 

Hampton. 
Enoch, 3, 4 mo. 1776. 



124 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Daniel, 3, 1 mo. 1778. 

Man, 20, 9 mo. 1780; page 93. (F. F. H., I: 42.) 

Timothy Varney; page 26; died 30, 9 mo. 1808. 
Abigail Ilussey: page 24. 

Married at Dover, 4, 1 mo. 17(54. 
Their children born in Dover, except Mary, Timothy 
and Abigail who were born in Berwick: 
Hannah, born 14, 2 mo. 1765; page 71; married Samuel 

Buffum. 
Samuel, 16, 2 mo. 1767; page 78. 

Huldah, 1, 4 mo. 1769; page 72; married Benaiah Pnrinlon. 
Mercy, 8, 3 mo. 1771: page 73; married Amos Hill. 
Mary, 28, 6 mo. 1775; page 78; married Ezekiel Varney. 
Timothy, 11, 2 mo. 1781. 
Abigail, 30, 5 mo. 1785; died 3, 8 mo. 1786. 
Isaac Canney; page 23; disowned; died 3 mo. 1828. 
Sarah Daniels; she was not a member of our Society till now r ; 
disowned. 

Married at Dover, May 2, 1764. 
Ronalds Jenkins; pages 26 and 74. 
Lydia Allen; died 22, 8 mo. 1783. 

Married in Kittery, 4, 10 mo. 1764. 
Their children born in Kittery: 
Ebenezer, born 25, 6 mo. 1765; page 75. 
Jedediah, 15, 9 mo. 1767; married out; disowned. 
Elizabeth, 25, 9 mo. 1769; page 94; married Reuben Varney. 
James, 13, 2 mo. 1773; removed to N. Cornwall 1795, New 

York State. 
Elijah, 11, 4 mo. 1776; died. 
Hannah, 11, 7 mo. 1779. 
Josiah Morrill; page 26. 
Hannah Webber. 

Married at Berwick, 25, 10 mo. 1764. 
Moses Austin; page 23; died 5, 6 mo. 1792. 
Phebe Ilussey; page 26; died 27, 1 mo. 1813. 
Married at Dover, 14, 1 mo. 1765. 
Their children born in Rochester: 
Sarah, born 9, 7 mo. 1765: page 71: married Obadiah 

Whit tier. 
Mary, 31, 1 mo. 1772: married Daniel Breed of Weare. 
Elizabeth, 31, 1 mo. 1772; page 93; married Jonathan 

Cartland. 
Anne, 4, 2 mo. 1775; married Israel Peasley, Weare. 



MARRIAGES BY REV. JOHN OSBORNE, 

LEE, N. H. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 80.] 

1811. Then married the following persons. 
William Wiggins and Sarah Brown, Epping. 
John Yeaton, Lydia French, Durham. 

Thomas Williams, Barrington, Hannah Emerson, Lee. 
Joseph Pendexter, Barrington, Drusilla Burleigh, New- 
market. 
Ebenezer Kent, Polly Shepherd, Durham. 
Jonathan Davis, Nancy Barter, Newmarket. 
Miles Buzzell, Barrington, Deliverance Snell, Lee. 
Page Batchelder, Betsy Docsrow,? Deerfield. 
Dent Gale 4 th , Gilmanton, Sally Burleigh, Newmarket. 
Benjamin Pottle, Martha Stockbridge, Stratham. 
Gershom Downs, Rochester, Betsy Runnels, Lee. 
Samuel Hill, Madbury, Hannah Bodge, Lee. 
William Jones, Barrington, Sarah Hill, Lee. 
David Watson, Newmarket, Hannah Tuttle, Durham. 
Nath 1 Horn, Abigail Randell, Durham. 
Thomas York, Lee, Polly Chapman, Newmarket. 
Alexander Lucy, Nottingham, Mary Laskey, Lee. 
James Huntress, Sally Willy, Durham. 
Nath 1 Rundlet, Abigail Rollins, Lee. 
Charles Bickford, Wakefield, Mary Bickford, Durham. 
Lycurgas Eastman, Sally Dame, Durham. 

1812. Then married the following persons, viz. 
Sam 1 Davis, Lee, Lydia Leathers, Nottingham. 
Joseph Tuttle, Jr., Lee, Sally Gilman, Newmarket. 
Samuel Buzzell, Northwood, Jane Rawlins, Lee. 
Nath 1 Oak, (Exeter man), Abigail Cartland, Lee. 
William Demerit, Durham, Nancy Chapman, Newmarket. 
Sam 1 Langley, Sally Hilton, Lee. 

James Robinson, Abigail Beck, Durham. 

Jonath 11 Jones, Lydia M. Smith, Durham. 

Israel Chesley, Durham, Betsey Folsom, Newmarket. 

John Williams, Sally Langmaid, Lee. 

Joseph Davis, Durham, Mary Tuttle, Lee. 

Samuel Beck, Lovey Clough, Lee. 



126 LEE MARRIAGES. 

1812. Paul Giles, Jr., Sally Randell, Lee. 
Timothy Pinkham, Sally Garland, Durham. 
Noali Willy, Dorothy Cilly, Durham. 

Sam 1 Rollins, Barnstead, Abigail Emerson, Lee. 
Daniel Young, Dover, Abigail Chesley, Durham. 
Benjamin Tuttle, Ann Cartland, Lee. 
Robert Jones, Lydia Edgerly, Durham. 

1813. Then married the following persons, viz. 
Israel Gilman, Newmarket, Mehitable Burleigh, Lee. 
John Header, Newington, Betsy Edgerly, Durham. 
John Critchet, Betsy Speed, Epping. 

Daniel Rand, Barnstead, Polly Kent, Durham. 
James Hutchins, Wakefield, Temperance Snell, Lee. 
Edward Griffeth, Dover, Martha Bennet, Durham. 
James Doe, Lee, Patience Langley, Barrington. 
John A. Rollins, Mary Jane Runlet, Lee. 
David Furber, Northwood, Sally Haley, Epping. 
Benja. Folsom, Walpool, Mary Pinkham, Durham. 
Spencer Wentworth, Lydia Dow, Lee. 
Sewell Colly, Charlotte Dearborn, Newmarket. 
Charles Runlet, Abigail Dame, Lee. 
Isaac Whitehouse, Love Cromit, Durham. 
Jonathan Hayes, Barrington, Mary Drew, Durham. 
Josiah Watson, Nottingham, Caroline Colcord, Newmarket. 
Jacob Langmaid, Susanna G lover, Lee. 
John Hill, Lois Randell, Lee. 

Andrew G. Smith, Durham, Deborah Durrell, Lee. 
Samuel Chapman, Barnstead, Elizabeth Hodgdon, Ports- 
month. 
Elijah York, Comfort Chapman, Lee. 

1814. Then married the following persons. 

March — John T. Pinkham and Clarissa Nudd, both of 
Durham. 
John Burleigh, Lee, Hannah Gilman, Newmarket. 
Jona" Harvey, Nottingham, Molly Runnels, Lee. 
March 6. James Shepherd Hill, Newmarket, to Hannah 

Randall, Lee, 
March 6. Capt. Robert Porter, Ann Pendergast, Lee. 
March 6. Joseph P. Ricker, Durham, Deborah Foy, Bar- 
rington. 
March 6. Meserve Meader, Exeter, Mary Fern aid, Lee. 
April 14. Robert Furniss, to Mary French, Durham. 
June 9. Charles Smart, to Betsy Burleigh, Newmarket. 



LEE MARRIAGES. 127 

1814. Richard Kent, Jun r and Polly Crummet, Durham. 
July 8. Nicholas Pendergrass, to Lois Emerson, Lee. 

13. John George, Deborah Tuttle, Exeter. 

William Fullerton, of Wolfborough, to Desire Doe. 
Newmarket. 
July 10 th . John Farnam, to Susan Giles, Lee. 
July 10 th . Robert S. Waldron, Rye, to Martha Lang, Lee. 
July 14. Francis Doe, Lee, Mary Gleason, P»arrington. 
Miles Randell, to Abigail Jenkins, Lee. 
John Morse, Exeter, to Nancy Glidden, Lee. 
Then married Noah Davis, Epping, to Sally Noble, 

Lee. 
Moses Wingate Watson, to Polly Henty, Dover. 
Nov. 14 th . Joseph Leathers, Jr., Nottingham, and Polly 

Smith, Barrington. 
Nov. 24 th . David Dearborn, Nottingham, to Mary Brack- 

ett, Newmarket. 
Oct r . 23. Then married Zebulon Doe, of Newmarket, to 

Betsey Miller Clark, of Stratham. 
Dec r . 19. John Thompson and Sally Woodman, both 
Durham. 
Eli Whittom, Sanford, to Hannah Fernald, of York. 
Andrew Bunker and Mary Bickford, both Durham. 
Dec 1 . 1 st . John Gilman, of Canaan, and Susan Gilman, 
Newmarket. 

1815. Jan. 1. Joseph Tuttle and M rs Sarah Furber, both 

Lee. 
22. William Tukey, Portsmouth, and Hannah Runnels, 

Lee. 
12 th James Evans, Barrington, to Mary Keswell, Not- 
tingham. 
Solomon Emerson and Betsy Demerett, both Madbury. 
Jonathan Chesley, Barnstead, and M rs Sally Frost, Lee. 
March 1 st Samuel Mathes, Love Randell, both Lee. 

Josiah Randell, Lee, Susan Swam, Barrington. 
March 26. Then married Thomas Chesley 3 d and Susan 
Croxford, both Durham. 
30. M r James Orne, Jr. and Miss Sarah O. Flagg, both 
Portsmouth. 
April 10. M r Samuel Davis, Durham, and Lydia Drew, 

Dover. 
July 5 th . Samuel G. Parker and Miss Sarah J. Kelley, 
both residents of Durham. 



128 LEE MARRIAGES. 

1815. July 3. Benjamin Durgin and Comfort Caswell, both 

of Lee. 

July 20 th . M r Jonathan Glass and Sally Bruce, both of 
Nottingham. 

Sept. 30 th . M r William French and Rebecca Ricker, resi- 
dents in Durham. 

July 21 8t . Samuel Trickey, of Portsmouth, to Martha 
Layn, of Lee. 

Aug. 19 th . Levi Chapman and Frances Dearborn, New- 
market, 

July 19.* Aaron Kineston and Mary Dutch, both New- 
market. 

Oct. 20. Godfrey Graham, of Concord, to Mrs. Mary Lear, 
Northwood. 

April 10. David Langley and Ann Hilton, both of Lee. 

Oct. 24. John T. Emerson and Mary Hanson, both of 
Durham. 

June — Then married Andrew McDaniel, of Barrington 
and Hannah Demeritt, of Lee. 

May 21 8t M r James Lamos and Mary Bodge. 

April 22. Joseph Burnham, J r . and Esther Varney, both 
of Durham. 

Dec r l 8t . Joseph Burnham, of Durham and Lydia Hodg- 
don, of Madbury. 

Dec r 1. M r Joseph Wiggin and Love Willey, both of Lee. 

Dec r 1. M r Andrew W. Doe & Sally Chapman, both of 
Newmarket. 

Dec 1 14. George Gear & Deliverance Gear, both of Bar- 
in gton. 

Dec. 25. Andrew Bodge, of Madbury and Betsy Gear, of 
Barrington. 

Dec. 25. Lieut. David Wiggin, of Durham and Drusilla 
Young, of Newmarket. 

1816. Jan. 9. Levi Evans to Abigail Caswell, both of Bar- 

rington. 
Jan. 1 st Then married Levi Norton and Rebecca Bryant 
Stevens, Newmarket. 
22 fl . M r Arthur Branscomb & Sally Chapman, both of 
Newmarket. 

♦These records, from the irregularity of the dates, were apparently 
made up later from dates of marriages as given in the marriage certifi- 
cates and not from a list kept at the time. See dates given on page 130, 
as Dates of Certificates. It is understood that the dates given are the 
dates of the marriages. — Ed. 



LEE MARRIAGES. 129 

1816. Jan. 8. M r Ezra Shepherd, of Deerfield, to Miss 

Lydia French, of Newmarket. 
Feb. 10. M> Thomas Chesley, of Durham, to Miss Joanna 

Folsom, Newmarket. 
22. M r Daniel Gerrish, Portsmouth, to Miss Sally 

Smith, Durham. 
Feb. 29. M r Robert Hill & Miss Martha French, both of 

Lee. 
March 13. M r Josiah Dow and Miss Eliza Grant, both of 

Lee. 
April 3. Mr. Paul Chesley, Madbury, to Miss Mary 

Demeritt, Lee. 
March 11 th Then married John Fields, Merrimack and 

Mary Laskey, Lee. 
March 11 th Then married Dr. John Morrison, of Alton, 

to Miss Mary Randell, of Lee. 
March 13. Then married John Furber to Comfort Tuttle, 

both of Lee. 
May 5. Mr. George Johnson to Catherine Dame, both of 

Durham. 
May 27. Mr. Edward Furnis, of Durham, to Charlotte 

Dutch, of Newmarket. 
June 29. Mr. Clement Davis, Lee, to Mrs. Abigail Wig- 
gin, of Newmarket. 
June 29. Mr. Eliphelet Robinson to Miss Abigail Sinkler, 

both of Brentwood. 
Sept. 2. Mr. John Bickford to Charlotte Hawkins, both 

of Durham. 
Oct r 19. Capt. John Peters, of Salem, Mass., to Olive 

Borthrick, Durham. 
Oct. 22. Then married Mr. Thomas Langley, 2 d , of Not- 
tingham, to Miss Lois Emerson, Lee. 
March 4 th Chase Dame, of Durham, to Mary Sias, of Lee. 
Nov. 3. Ebenezer Huckins and Olive W. French, both of 

Newmarket. 
Feby 11 th Samuel Burleigh, of Sanbornton, to Clarissa 

Burleigh, Newmarket. 

1817. Oct. 13. Moses Woodman, of Durham, to Eliza 

Snell, Lee. 

Nov. 9. Levi French, of Lee, to Abigail Neil, of New- 
market. 

Sept. 22. Isaac Wiggin, Durham, to Nancy Langley, of 
Lee. 



130 LEE MAKTMAGES. 

1817. Nov. 17. John Robinson, of Portsmouth, to Sally 

Yeaton, Dover. 
Nov. 3. Ebenezer Chapman to Lydia Biglow, both of 

Newmarket. 
Nov. 9. George Dame bo Sarah Bennet, both of Durham. 
March "20. Joseph Holt to Abigail Robinson, both of 

Durham. 
May 6. Henry C. Smith, of Brentwood, to Sarah B. 

Auderway, of Lee. 
March 6. Ebenezer Kent to Martha Crummett, both of 
Durham. 

John Fowler to Abigail Dame, both of Durham. 

Jonathan Thompson, Durham, to Elizabeth Savage, 
Newmarket. 

.lob Langley to Temperance Durgin, both of Durham. 

Timothy Emerson to Mary Woodman, both of Durham. 

Levi Emerson to Mrs. Hannah Fox, both of Lee. 

Clement M. Davis to Sarah J. Stevens, both of Dur- 
ham. 

David Rundlett, Lee, to Lydia Hall, Barrington. 

Elliot G. Burnham to Anna Dame, both of Durham. 

Pelatiah Thompson, Jr. to Susanna Thompson, both 
of Durham. 

Jonathan Emerson to Susan Dame, both of Lee. 

Joseph Whittier to Nancy Lock, both of Dover. 

Ralph Corson to Betsy Elliot, both of Lee. 

John Farnham to Eliza Hilton, both of Lee. 
Feb. 11 th Then married Rufus Remick, of Kittery, Maine, 
to Sally Cram, of Newmarket. 

Thomas York to Mrs. Deborah Hanscom, both of Lee. 

Daniel Willey, of Durham, to Jane Leathers, Notting- 
ham. 

George Gile to Clarissa Durgin, both of Lee. 

Daniel York to Betsy Langley, both of Lee. 

John Batchelder, Northwood, to Sally Davis, Notting- 
ham. 

Amos Hanson to Nancy Gordon, both of Durham. 

George Doe, to Mary Skriggin, both of Newmarket. 
Dates of Certificates. 

1818. May 4. John W. Shute, of Newmarket, to Mary 

Grover, of Durham. 
May 6. Nicholas Colbath, of Farmington, to Kezia Rand, 
of Durham. 



EPPIKG TOWN RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 01.] 

A Record of Marriages from March 1780 to March 1781. 
Samuel Elkins and Esther Robinson were Married March 15, 

1780. 
Jeremiah Brown & Joanna Bedee were Married March 23, 

1780. 
William Page and Sarah Dudley were Married April 11, 

1780. 
David Marston & Mary Wadleigh were Married April 23, 

1780. 
Dudley Prescott & Martha Swain were Married June 22, 

1780. 
William Huse & Rachel Brier were Married July 18, 1780. 
Elisha Towle and Mary White were Married August 10, 

1780. 
Asahel Blake and Sarah Dearborn were married Oct r 8, 1780. 
Abel Hunt and Martha Smart were married Oct r 13, 1780. 
Samuel Batcheldor and Jemima Sanborn were married Oct 1 

26, 1780. 
Joseph Leathers & Sarah Bartlet were married Nov 1 ' 8, 1780. 
Daniel Cass & Abigail Fogg were married Nov r 9, 1780. 
John Prescott and Lucy Clifford were married Nov r 30, 1780. 
Judah Hacket & Sarah Elkins were married Dec 1 14, 1780. 
Caleb Fogg and Olley Prescott were married January 7, 

1781. 
David Page and Elizabeth Eastman were married January 

18, 1781. 
Joseph Norris & Hannah Clark were married January 31, 

1781. 
Charles Huntoon and Susanna Sleeper were married Feb ry 

6, 1781. (E. T. R., I: 446.) 

Marriages from the year 1781 March to March 1783. 

Josiah Colcord and Deborah Barber were married March 15, 

1781. 
Joseph French & Hannah Fyfield were married March 28, 

1781. 



132 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Solomon Lane and Sarah Stearns were married May 29, 

1781. 
James Wadleigh and Mary Blake were married June 5, 1781. 
John Wadleigh and Hannah Prescott were married June 5, 

1781. 
Jeremiah Towle and Abigail True were married June 10, 

1781. 
Jonathan Calley and Betty Cole were married June 28, 1781. 
Eliphalet Calley and Sarah Brown were married July 26, 

1781. 
Josiah Norris Jun r and Lydia Chase were married August 2, 

1781. 
David Robinson and Elizabeth Eastman were married Oct r 

11, 1781. 
Nehemiah Bartlet & Abigail Whitcher were married Nov r 1, 

1781. 
Nathan Swain & Lydia Sweat were married l)ec r 4, 1781. 
Jonathan Oilman & Joanna Bean were married Feb ry 12, 1782. 
Jeremy Smith and Judith Norris were married March 20, 

1782. 
Simon Dearborn Jun r & Molly Blake were married March 

24, 1782. 
Sam 1 Richardson & Mary Folsom were married March 28, 

1782. 
Daniel Gale & Sarah Rowel were married April 9, 1782. 
John Strean & Mary Thurston were married April 14, 1782. 
Amos French & Abigail Brown were married June 6, 1782. 
Joseph Bartlet & Hannah Morrill were married July 11, 

1782. 
Benj" Hills and Rebecca Hills were married July 16, 1782. 
Stephen Clark Jun r & Mary Clough were married August 4, 

1782. 
John Bartlet & Hannah Brown were married Nov r 20, 1782. 
Timothy Weymouth and Oily Robinson were married Nov r 

28, 1782. ' 
Smith Cram & Jane Harriman were married Dec r 30, 1782. 

(E. T. R., I: 447.) 
Sam 1 Brown & Martha Lawrence were married Jan ry 8, 1783. 
Paul Brown & Sarah Gunnison were married Feb ry 4, 1783. 
Jonathan Prescott Jun r & Sarah Brown were married Feb ry 

4, 1783. 
Theophilus Norris & Elizabeth Brier were married Feb ry 9, 

1783. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 133 

John Folsom & Betty Carr were married Feb ry 10, 1783. 
Jonathan Farrar & Jemima Sanborn were married Feb ry 20, 

1783. 
John Sinkler and Elizabeth Smith were married Feb ly 20, 

1783. 

Marriages from March 1783 to March 1784. 
Joseph Jenness & Betty French were married March 25, 

1783. 
Levi Morrill and Elizabeth Page were married March 27, 

1783. 
James George & Mary Gale were married April 8 th 1783. 
Ezekiel Clough and Molly Sanborn were married June 1 st 

1783. 
Jonathan Rundlet Jun r & Molly Robinson were married June 

15, 1783. 
Dudley Freese & Betty Osgood were married June 22, 1783. 
John Chandler & Molly Whitcher were married Aug 1 28, 

1783. 
John Stearns & Sarah Lane were married Oct r 15, 1783. 
Simon Page & Abigail Dearborn were married Nov 1 9, 1783. 
Lyford Dow & Miriam Morrill were married Nov r 11, 1783. 
George Saunders & Ruth Page were married Dec 1 ' 3, 1783. 
William Osgood & Hannah Winslow were married Dec 1 ' 4, 

1783. 
Samuel Prescott & Mary Rundlet were married Dec 1 ' 15, 

1783. 
John Shaw & Ruth Page were married Dec r 23, 1783. 
Phinehas Swain & Jane Carr were married Janua ry 19, 1784. 
John Sargeant & Charlotte Rowe were married Jan ry 29, 

1784. 
Stephen Chase & Lois Ely were married Feb iy 11, 1784. 
Dudley Gilman & Molly Sanborn were married March 1, 

1784. 

(E. T. R., I: 448.) 
Marriages from March 1784 to March 1785. 
Simon Fogg & Rhoda Carr were married April 27, 1784. 
Nath 1 Ladd & Molly Smith were married May 20, 1784. 
John Blake & Betty Blake were married May 27, 1784. 
Joseph Prescott & Abigail Knowles were married June 6 th 

[1784]. 
Levi Thing & Susanna Sandborn were married July 29, 

1784. 
Eben 1 Swain & Sarah Fogg were married Oct r 14 th 1784. 



134 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Jeremiah Prescott & Mary Racklieft were married Oct 1 ' 14 th 

1784. 
Levi Towle & Parne Judkins were married Oct r 21, 1784. 
Stephen Prescott & Rachel R mullet were married Nov 1 " 3' 1 

1784. 
Sam 1 Neigh & Mary Brown were married Nov 1 24, 1784. 
Joseph Smith & Elizabeth Pike were married Dec r 30, 1784. 
John Pinery Williams & Sarah Gordon were married Jan 1 ' 

9 th 1785. 
Josiah Rundlet & Dorothy Prescott were married Jan ry 13 tb 

1785. 
Nath 1 Brown & Jemima Rowel were married Feb ry 17, 1785. 
Simeon Robinson & Katherine Ames were married Feb ry 22, 

1785. 

Marriages from March 1785 to March 1786. 
Samuel Judkins & Mary Cushing were married March 24 th 

1785. 
Jonathan Thurston & Molly Berry were married April 24 ,b 

1785. 
Jonathan Rundlet & Rhoda Swain were married June 1 st 

1785. 
Nathan Gove Prescot & Rebecca Prescot were married July 

7 U ' 1785. 
Joseph March & Anna Coffin were married July 17 th 1785. 
Jonathan Prescot & Mercy Clark were married September 

2 1 " 1 1785. 
William Norris & Eleanor Blake were married September 

27 th 1785. 
Reuben French & Sarah French were married October 30 th 

1785. 
Henry Blake & Abigail Til ton were married November 3 rd 

1785. 
Daniel Robinson & Abigail Mudget were married November 

7 th 1785. 
Robert Clark & Mehitabel Smith were married December 

27 th 1783. 

(E. T. R., I: 449.) 
John Dearborn & Mehitabel Cram were married December 

29 th 1785. 
Daniel Johnson & Jane Odiorne were married January l sl 

1786. 
Reuben Prescot & Sarah Fulsoni were married January 2 d 

1786. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 135 

John Hastings Robinson & Sarah Harvey were married Jan- 
uary 10 th 1786. 
John Marden & Alice Haley were married Feb y 23 d 1786. 
John Chase & Lydia Swain were married Feb y 28 th 1786. 
David Lawrans son of Joseph Lawrans & Mehitable Law- 

rance his wife he was Born the 15 of December y e 1719. 
Anna Gordon Dafter to Elexander Gordon, Sarah Gordon 

his wife she was Born the 13 of July in year 1715. 
David Lawrence Esq r Departed this Life April 4 th 1791 

Aged 76 years three months & 19 Days. 
Anna Lawrence wife of David Lawrence Esq 1 ' Departed this 

life November 24 th 1797, Aged 82 years 4 months & 11 

Days. 
Anna Johnson wife of Doct 1 Tim y Johnson Departed this life 

Sep 1 25 th 1793 Aged 45 years 9 months 5 days. 

(E. T. R., I: 450.) 
Abraham Brown & Hannah Brown their Dafter Bath Maiy 

Brown born the 7 day of February in year 1746. 
David Lawrans son to David Lawrans and Anna Lawrans 

Born the 15 Day of February in year 1740. 
Edward Lawrans he was Born the 30 day of May y e 1745. 
Anna Lawrence Daughter to David Lawrence and Anna 

Lawrence his wife Born the 20 day of December year 

1747. 
Mary Wadleigh Daughter to Benjamin and Hannah Wad- 

leigh was Born February the 11, 1752. 
Simon Dearborn Wadleigh was Born July y e 14, 1754. 
Elijah was Born March y e 18, 1757. 
Sarah was Born January y e 1, 1759. 
Ruth Sias wife of Joseph Sias" Esq 1 ' of Lee Departed this Life 

February the 10 Ul 1801, Aged 79 years 3 months and 18 

Days. 

(E. T. R., I: 451.) 
List of marriages solemnized by Rev d M r Holt from April 

19 Ul 1804 to March 4, 1805. 
1804. April 19. John Morrill & Olive Gove were married, 
both of Epping. 

Sep 1 2 d Jeremiah Glidden of Portsmouth and Betsy 
Crockett of Epping were married. 

Oct 1 ' 21. John Smith of Deerfield and Eunice Smith of 
Epping were married. 

Nov r 15. Chase Prescott and Deborah Follet both of Ep- 
ping were married. 



136 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

1804. Dec r 20. Joseph Purinton of Epping and Eliza Dol- 

loff of Poplin were married. Peter Holt. 

List of Marriages solemnized by the Rev d Peter Holt from 
March 1, 1808 to March 1, 1809. 

1808. March 10. Marriage between M r Benjamin Merrill 
& Miss Sally Brown both of Epping. 

March 16. Marriage between M r Levi G. Towle and Miss 

Polly French both of Epping. 
April 4. Marriage between M r Henry Sanborn Jnn r and 

Miss Sally L. Greenleaf, both of Epping. 
May 8. Marriage between M 1 ' Timothy Ayer of Pembroke 

and M rs Lucy Ordway of Epping. 
Oct r 30. Marriage between M r Jonathan Rnndlet Jr. of 

Epping and Miss Mary 11. Ilnntoon of Nottingham. 
Dec r 6. Marriage between Isaiah Lane Esq 1 of Poplin & 

M 1S Deborah Doe of Newmarket. 
Dec 1 " 27. Marriage between M r Jonathan Cram & Miss 

Anna Currier both of Raymond. 
Dec 29. Marriage between M 1 Ezekiel Lane & Miss Abi- 
gail Page, both of Raymond. 

1809. Jan y — . Marriage between M 1 Warren Fuller & 
Miss Sally Clark, both of Exeter. 

Jan y 8. Marriage between M r John Dame of Nottingham 
& Miss Nancy Barber of Epping. 

(E. T. R., I: 452.) 
Jan y 10. Marriage between M r Dearborn Blake and Miss 

Betsy Chase both of Epping. 
Jan y 12. Marriage between M r John Whidden of Canter- 
bury and Miss Diadama Sanborn of Epping. 
Feb y 9. Marriage between M r Dearborn Towle of Epping 
and Miss Rhoda Harvey of Nottingham. 

Peter Holt. 
Epping, March 1, 1809. 
List of marriages solemnized by the Rev d Peter Holt, from 

March 1, 1809 to March 1, 1810. 
1809. May 16. Marriage between Noah Robinson of Deer- 
field and Susanna Robinson of Nottingham. 
Aug 1 30. Marriage between Jonathan Swain of Epping 

and Sally Dearborn of Raymond. 
Nov 8. Marriage between Bartholomew Tiling of Ray- 
mond & Nancy Norris of Epping. 
Nov r 23. Marriage between Henry Cilley and Sally San- 
born both of Epping. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 137 

1809. Dec r 14. Marriage between James Thomas of Rye 
and Lois Clark of Lee. 

1810. Feb y 14. Marriage between Chase Blake of Epping 
& Eleanor Gove of Nottingham. 

March 1. Marriage between Gilman Thing & Sally Fol- 
som, both of Epping. 

Peter Holt. 
Epping, March 1, 1810. 
A true record. Attest. William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

This is to Certify that M r Gardner Towle and Miss Betty 
Fogg, both of Epping, were joined in matrimony before 
me. Asa Kent, Elder. 

Epping, Jan y 4, 1810. 

This may Certify that Samuel Morrill Jr. and Abigail Merrill 
both of Epping after being lawfully published were mar- 
ried by me. Asa Kent, Elder. 
Epping, May 22, 1810. 

This may Certify that Josiah Norris Jr. of Epping and Abi- 
gail Robertson of Poplin after being lawfully published 
were married by me. Asa Kent, Elder. 

Poplin, Nov 22, 1810. 

(E. T. R., I: 453.) 

Robert Blake Son to Jedediah Blake and Molly his wife was 
Born December 27, 1751. 

Martha Dudley Daughter to Joseph Dudley and 

Dudley Blake Son to Robert Blake and Martha his wife was 
born February 19 th 1776. 

Samuel Ordway Blake Son to Robert Blake & Martha his 
wife was born January 14 th 1779. 

Samuel Morrill Son to Samuel Morrill & Anna his wife was 
born July 12 th 1779. 

John White Hunt Son to Samuel Hunt and Elizabeth his 
wife was born January 17, 1779. 

Samuel Osgood Son to Chase Osgood and Shuah his wife 
was born June 17, 1768. 

Martha Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood and Shuah his 
wife was born Dec r 3, 1769. 

Shuah Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood and Shuah his 
wife was born June 26, 1771. 

Apphia Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood and Shuah his 
wife was born April 8, 1774. 

Betty Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood and Phebe his 
wife was born May 26, 1777. 



138 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Sarah Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood and Phebe his wife 

was born January 31, 1779. 
Hannah Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood & Phebe his 

wife was born March 18, 1781. 
Molly Brown Daughter to Abraham Brown Jun 1 ' & Molly 

his wife was born March 13, 1778. 
Sarah Brown Daughter to Abraham Brown Jun r and Molly 

his wife was born February 23, 1780. 
Joanna French Daughter to Ezra French and Mary his wife 

was born Dec r 19, 1775. 
Edward Osgood Son to Chase Osgood & Phebe his wife was 

born Decern' 16, 1782. 
Clarissa Brown Daughter to Abraham Brown Jun r and Molly 

his wife was born November 23, 1782. 
Shuah Thurston Daughter to Samuel Thurston and 

his wife was Born Feb ry 8, 1748. 
Sarah Thurston Daughter to Samuel Thurston and Elizabeth 

his wife was born Oct r 15, 1759. 
Jonathan Thurston Son to Samuel Thurston and Elizabeth 

his wife was born May 7, 1761. 
Dorothy Thurston Daughter to Samuel Thurston and Eliza- 
beth his wife was born April 17, 1763. 
Ezekiel Thurston Son to Samuel Thurston & Elizabeth his 

wife was born May 25, 1765. 
Sam 1 Thurston Son to Sam 1 Thurston & Elizabeth his wile 

was born April 8, 1767. 
Anna Thurston Daughter to Sam 1 Thurston & Elizabeth his 

wile was born Feb ly 5, 1769. 

(E. T. R., I: 467.) 
Elizabeth Thurston Daughter to Samuel Thurston & Eliza- 
beth his wife was born June 24, 1771. 
(Jilman Thurston Son to Sam 1 Thurston and Elizabeth his 

wife was born Oct r 26, 1773. 
Nathaniel Thurston Son to Sam 1 Thurston & Elizabeth his 

wife was born Oct 1 ' 31, 1778. 
Deborah Page Daughter to John Page and Lydia his wife 

was born July 10, 1752. 
Mary Page Daughter to John Page and Lydia his wife was 

born Septem r 10, 1754. 
David Page Son to John Page and Lydia his wife was born 

Novem ; 10, 1756. 
Margaret Page Daughter to John Page and Lydia his wife 

was born Feb ,y 12, 1759. 



BOOK NOTICES. 

History of Plymouth, New Hampshire. By Ezra S. 
Stearns, A. M. Cambridge, Mass.: The University Press. 
1906. Cloth, 8vo., Vol. I, pp. 632 and xvi, 25 Illustra- 
tions; Vol. II, pp. 801 and viii. 

Any work from the pen of Hon. Ezra S. Stearns, who for 
many years was secretary of state, for New Hampshire, needs 
no commendation; it speaks for itself in its general excel- 
lency and elegance of diction, and his latest book the History 
of Plymouth, New Hampshire is the crowning work of his life. 
Mr. Stearns is a charming writer of history and genealogy. 
His long public service has given him an experience with 
men and public affairs that is very helpful to him as a writer. 
His language is clear, precise and direct; at the same time he 
has the happy faculty of getting and holding the interest of 
the reader and carrying him along through the entire work. 

The History of Plymouth, New Hampshire, was written for 
the town of Plymouth. At the annual meeting of that town, 
on March 12, 1895, a committee was directed to prepare a 
history of the town of Plymouth. After much delay the 
services of Hon. Ezra S. Stearns of Fitchburg, Mass., for- 
merly of New Hampshire, were secured hi May 1902 and 
this history is the result. It is written in two volumes; the 
first, is devoted to narrative and the second, to genealogy, 
being very full and complete. Plymouth was incorporated 
as a town July 15, 1763.^ There were sixty-two original 
grantees or proprietors. Price of the history is three dollars 
per volume, send all orders to The Selectmen, Plymouth, 
N. H. 

Genealogy of the Stimpson Family of Charlestown, 
Mass., and Allied Lines. By Charles Collyer Whittier. 
Boston: Press of David Clapp & Son. 1907. Cloth, 8vo., 
pp. 206, 12 Illustrations. 

We are glad to give notice of the publication of another 
New England genealogy; this time it is of the Stimpson Fam- 
ily of Charlestown, Mass., one of the old families whose 
descendants, many of them, now live in New Hampshire. 
Andrew Stevenson, also called Andrew Stimson, ancestor of 
the family, came from New Castle-upon-Tyne, England short- 



140 BOOK NOTICES. 

ly after 1637, and resided first at Cambridge, and later 
removed to Charlestown. He was a shoemaker by trade. 
In 1656 he was appointed prison keeper, which office he held 
until 1672. He died in 1683; his will was dated May 23, 
1681, inventory was filed June 28, 1683. The name of his 
wife was Jane. 

It is fortunate for the family that Mr. Charles Collyer 
Whittier of Boston, Mass., was selected to be the family his- 
torian and compiler of the genealogy. The work shows great 
care and research in its preparation, is well written, and in 
the arrangement of families and in giving genealogical lines 
it follows the system now commonly used in New England. 
It has a good index of names, also of places. Mr. Whittier 
can well be proud of his success in book-making, we think 
his first experience, though of this we are not quite sure. 
The book is for sale at three dollars per copy; send all orders 
to Mr. Charles C. Whittier, 374 Blue Hill Avenue, Roxbury, 
Mass. 

The Graves We Decorate. Storer Post, No. 1, De- 
partment of New Hampshire, Grand Army of the 
Republic, Portsmouth, N. H. Prepared for Memorial 
Day, 1907, by Joseph Foster, member Storer Post. With 
an Appendix containing the List of Graves and Additional 
Records prepared in 1893. Portsmouth: Press of John 
D. Randall. 1907. Paper, 8vo., pp. 76. 
This pamphlet contains a list of 574 graves, which Storer 
Post, No. 1, G. A. R., Portsmouth, N. H., decorate on Memo- 
rial day. The list gives name of soldier or sailor, his service, 
rank or ship, date of his death, age, and the location of grave 
in cemetery with name of cemetery and location of the same. 
It contains a record of all the soldiers and sailors in the U. S. 
Army and Navy whose graves are known in Portsmouth, 
New Castle, Greenland, Newington and Rye, places situate 
within the jurisdiction of Storer Post, No. 1. There are 31 
graves in the war of the Revolution; war of 1812, 20 graves; 
Mexican war, 23 graves: Mexican war and war of the Rebell- 
ion, 4 graves; war of the Rebellion, 495 graves; Philippine 
war, 1 grave, making a total of 574 graves. It is probable 
that not one in ten of the Revolutionary graves are known, 
and without doubt the list of these graves will grow in num- 
ber after long and careful research reveals their location. 
In the Appendix, each name is again given in alphabetical 
order with a full and complete record of their services, in 



QUERIES. 141 

many instances their genealogical record and other very im- 
portant data is given. This is a very valuable pamphlet for 
those people interested in Portsmouth and vicinity. Price 
of the pamphlet is fifty cents, post paid. Send all orders to 
Mr. Joseph Foster, 26 Middle Street, Portsmouth, N. H. 
A Guide to Massachusetts Local History. By Charles 

A. Flagg. Press of The Salem Press Company, Salem, 

Mass. 1907. Cloth, 8vo., pp. 256 and ix. 14 Outline 

Maps. 

This is an indispensable handbook to the historian and 
genealogist working on local history or genealogy in Massa- 
chusetts. It is a bibliographic index to the literature of the 
towns, cities and counties of that state, including books, pam- 
phlets, articles in periodicals and collected works, books in 
preparation, historical manuscripts, newspaper clippings, etc., 
complete as to local history, the line being drawn so as to 
include political, millitary, genealogical, biographical and de- 
scriptive material. No public library in America can afford 
to be without this book. It is from the pen of Hon. Charles 
A. Flagg, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 

This work has taken much research. The three hundred 
and fifty-four towns and cities of the commonwealth, all of 
which are mentioned, are considered alphabetically in coun- 
ties. There is an alphabetic index at the end for the pur- 
pose of making consultation easy for all. The price of the 
book is six dollars net, with twenty cents extra for postage. 
Only a limited number of copies were printed. Send all 
orders without delay to The Salem Press Company, Salem, 
Mass. 



QUERIES. 

69 Hussey— Who were the ancestors of Daniel and 
Mary Hussey of Dover? They had a son James F., who was 

born in Dover, April 9, 1836. He married Mary F. Kimball, 
and moved from Dover to Kittery, Me., and later to Newbury- 
port, Mass., where he died Jan. 15, 1893. Did they have 
other children? Please to accompany information with dates 
as far as possible. Any memoranda which will assist in trac- 
ing the descendants of Richard and Jane Hussey, of Dover, 
1690, will be thankfully received. H. S. Webster. 

Gardiner, Maine. 



142 QUERIES. 

70. Coffin.- Wanted names of the parents of George 
Coffin of Winchendon, who married Abigail Raymond. 

Wanted parents of Stephen Coffin whose son .lames was 
born al Alfred, Me., 1771. 

Wanted parents of Jonathan Collin of Tuftonborough. 
Jonathan had children: Ann, Nathaniel, Weare, Gilman, Levi, 
Ira and others. 

Wanted parents of Jonathan T. Coffin born Gilmanton, 
1802; married 1823 Adeline P. Chase. 

Wanted parents of Grindal Coffin born 1785; married at 
Unity, Maine, Hannah Walker. 

Bickford. — Ham. — Evans. — Wanted parents of Lemuel 
Bickford who married Susanna Coffin; also parents of Joseph 
Ham of Dover, who married Hannah Coffin: and parents of 
Nathaniel Evans of Dover, who married Parnell Coffin. 

C. Howard Colket. 

2008 DeLancey Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

71. Shaw. — Joshua Shaw married Mary Gray Lobdell, 
at Portland, Me., August 22, 1803. Would like the ancestry 
of Joshua Shaw. 

Anna Shaw married Daniel Grossman, of Green, Me., about 
1800; would like the ancestry of Anna Shaw. 

William S. Shaw married Eunice Gorhani, of Maine, about 
1800; would like the ancestry of William S. Shaw. 

Zebedee Shaw married Anna Rackley, of Green, Me., in 
1796; would like the ancestry of Zebedee Shaw. 

Betsey Shaw married Abial Dailey, of Maine, about 1807; 
would like the ancestry of Betsey Shaw. 

J. S. C. Blanchard. 

South Weymouth, Mass. 

72. LBAVITT. — James 2 Leavitt (Thomas 1 ) born at Hamp- 
ton, 10 November, 1652, removed to Portsmouth. 

Sergt. John 2 Leavitt (Thomas 1 ), married Deliverance Robie 
28 May, 1701; child Deliverance, born 6 May 1719. 

Thomas 2 Leavitt (Thomas 1 ). 

I would like any further information of the above persons 
or their descendants. 

There was a Jeremy Leavitt in Exeter, N. II. in 1670; and 
a Nehemiah Leavitt was there in 1705; I would like further 
information of the above, their ancestry ;md descendants. 

The children of Samuel 2 Leavitt (John 1 ), of Exeter, were: 
John, born 2 July, 1665; Mary, b. 13 Jan nary, 1666/7; Eliza, 
b. 9 January, 1668; Hannah, b. 15 August, 1669; Samuel, b. 



QUERIES. 143 

25 December, 1671; Jeremy, b. 6 April 1673; James; would 
like the names of the descendants of these children of Sam- 
uel Leavitt. 

Moses 2 Leavitt (John 1 ), had children born at Exeter, names 
as follows: John, Dudley, Daniel, Stephen, Joseph, Moses, 
Timothy, Dorothy, Elizabeth, Sarah and Hannah; any further 
information about the above would be appreciated. 

Also I would like the ancestry of Nehemiah Leavitt of 
Exeter, who had Abigail, born Dec. 1760 and Reuben, born 
13 March 1763; his birth, marriage and death. 

Address: Leavitt. 

Care of The New Hampshire Genealogical Record, 

Dover, N. H. 

Note. The above query came unsigned, it got separated 
from the letter that came with it and we do not know the 
name of the person who sent it; will the writer send the 
address so that we can make a note of it in the Record; and 
hereafter will all persons sending queries see that their full 
name and address is signed underneath the queries sent. 
It has seemed right that our subscribers should have some 
space set apart, say two pages in each number of this maga- 
zine for their queries. Sometimes the answer of one query 
is worth the price of several years subscription. Unlike 
most magazines, our query department is free to subscribers, 
and usually the answers are sent direct to the persons send- 
ing the queries, hence the importance of publishing full name 
and address of writer with each query. 

73. Spence. — Are the dates of death of Purser Keith 
Spence, U. S. Navy, "26 September, 18 26"; of his wife Mary 
(Traill) Spence, "13 January 1824"; and of Captain Robert 
Traill Spence, U. S. Navy, -"26 September, 1827", correctly 
stated in the article on "The Traill and Spence Families of 
Portsmouth, N. H.," in the N. H. Genealogical Record for 
January, 1907, Vol. IV, page 6? 

The following evidence is offered. "Died". — "In this town, 
at her mansion-house in Broard-street [now State Street] on 
Thursday morning 8th inst. in the 70th year of her age, Mrs. 
Mary Spence, only daughter of the late Hon. Robert Traill, 
and relict of Keith Spence, Esq. Her funeral will take place 
on Jan 18th inst. 

(iV. H. G-azette, (Portsmouth), January 13, 1824. 

"Died." — "At his seat, near Baltimore, Capt. Robert Traill 
Spence, formerly of this town, and a captain in the U. S. 



144 DONATIONS. 

Navy. He had recently been appointed to the command of 
the West India squadron. The 'National Intelligencer', in 
speaking of the decease of Capt. Spence says, 'that his sud- 
den death lias excited more than usual regret. His excellent 
character, high professional merit, with pleasing and unas- 
suming manners endeared him to every one who knew him/ 
The Navy Department has issued an order to the command- 
ers of the Navy Yards, Stations, and Squadrons, to cause the 
flags of the Navy to be hoisted at halt-mast, and thirteen 
minute guns to be fired at 12 o-clock on the day after the 
receipt of the order; also to the officers to wear crape on the 
left arm for thirty days, as a mark of respect to his memory." 
(iV. H. Gazette, (Portsmouth), October 3, 1826.) 

Joseph Foster. 
26 Middle Street, Portsmouth, N. H. 



DONATIONS. 

During the last three months the New Hampshire Genea- 
logical Society has received the following donations in books 
and pamphlets, for which I am directed to present the grate- 
ful thanks of the society. 



Donors. 
Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 
Hon. Arthur G. Whittemore, 


Residence. 
Dover, 


Number. 
1 

2 


Frank J. Pillsbury, Esq., Concord, 
New Hampshire Historical Society, " 
Joseph Foster, Esq., Portsmouth, 


229 
1 

1 


Albert H. Lamson, Esq., 


Elkins, 


1 


Hon. Charles W. Bickford, 


Rochester, 


1 


Hon. Ezra S. Stearns, 


Fitchburg, Mass., 


2 


Charles C. Whittier, Esq., 


Boston, " 


11 


Miss Susan A. Smith, 


Kingston, " 


2 


Mrs. A. C. Hall, 


Stamford, Conn., 


2 


Syracuse Public Library, 
Miss Mary A. Emery, 


Syracuse, N. Y., 
Washington, D. C. 


1 
1 


Total 




255 


Number of previous donations, 




7,969 



Total, since incorporation of society, 8,224 

Charles W. Tibbetts, Librarian. 



THE NEW HAMPSHIRE 

GENEALOGICAL RECORD. 

Vol. IV. Dover, N. H., October, 1907. No. 4. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
RECORDS, ROCHESTER, N. H. 



[Rochester was incorporated as a town, May 10, 1722. The present 
towns of Farmington and Milton were formerly a part of Rochester. 
Farmington was set off and incorporated December 1, 1798, and Milton 
was set off and incorporated June 11, 1802. A part of the farm of Ru- 
fus C. Varney was severed and annexed to Barrington, July 10, 1846. 
Rochester was incorporated as a city, March 31, 1891. It is commonly 
said that Capt. Timothy Roberts, formerly of Dover, was the first set- 
tler in Rochester, and that he moved into that town, December 26, 1728. 
We have no confidence, however, in this statement; there are good rea- 
sons for believing that settlements were made in what is now Rochester 
at least sixty-five years before the town was incorporated. Rev. Amos 
Main was the first settled minister, he became pastor of the church at 
Rochester in 1737.] 

MARRIAGES BY REV, AMOS MAIN. 
1745—1757. 

1745. June 30. Married Jn° Scates & Abigail Hayes 
July 22. Married W m Richardson & Abigail Plaice 
July 28. Married Thomas Young & Anne Roberts 
Dec. 12. Married Nath 1 Tebbetts & Hannah Corson 

1746. Feb. 22. Married Samuel Downs & Anne Canney 
of Summersworth by a Certificate from y e Parish Clerk 

Feb. 22. Married William Downs & Mercy Canney of 
Summersworth by a Certificate from y e Parish Clerk 

1747. Aug: 27. Then Married Jonathan Young & Eliza- 
beth Mundro by a Certificate from y e Town Clerk 

Nov 1 ' 12. Then Married Charles Roger & Mary McDuffe 

by a Certificate from y e Town Clerk 
Nov r 26. Married James Roger Jun 1 Lydia Layton by a 

Certificate from the Town Clerk 



146 KOCTTESTEE MAHRIAGES. 

1747. I)ec r 20. Then Married M 1 Joseph Langdon Jun r & 
Mrs Mary Iluiikin by a Licence at Portsm 

1748. June 23. Then Married Abraham Pearl & Abigail 
Bickford of Rochester 

June 30. Then Married Daniel Cook of Sommersworth 

& Judith Perkins of Rochester 
Octo r 6. Then Married W" Gage & Mary Conner Both 

of Dover by a Licence from y e Governour 
Oct. 13. Then Married Abner Dam & Mary Dana by a 

Licence from y e Gov 1 
Nov r 14. Then Married Jon a Hodgdon & Drusilla Horn 

by a Certificate from y e Town Clerk 
Nov 1 17. Then Married Sam 1 Emerson & Dorothey 

Chamberlain by a Certificate from y e Town Clerk 
Dec r 5. Then Married Abra 1 " Cook & .lean Richards by a 

Certificate from y* Town Clerk 
Dec 15. Then married Benj a Stanton Hannah Jones of 

Summersworth by a Licence from y e Cov r 

1749. Aug. 20. Married Gilbert Perkins ,v. Charity Hart- 
ford 

Sep 1 ' 17. Married Joseph Walker & Margaret Downs 

1750. April 12. Married John Plaice & Lucey Jennes 
Nov r 20. Married .loir' Dam & Mercy Vamey 

Dec r 3. Then Married Jn° Tuttle of Dover & Sarah Dan- 
ielson of Barrington by a Certificate from the Town 
Clerk of Dover 

1751. May 30. Married James Knowles & Experience 
Chamberlain 

Oct r — Married Samuel Kicker of Summersworth & Mary 

Forst of Dover by y e Governours Licence 
Dee r 10. Married David Leighton & Anne Chamberlain 

1752. April 1. Married Henry Tebbetts & Anna Berry 
April 22. Married W" Macfee & Martha Allen 

1753. May 30. Married Benj" Webber & Allen of 

Towow 

June 10. Married Paul Farnam & Elizabeth Door 

Aug. 15. Married John Door & Hannah Edgerly 

Oct. 14. Married Daniel Page & Abigail Dam 

Nov r 11. Married Peter Waffingford & Abigail Walker 

Nov 1 29. Married Wentworth Haves & my Daughter 

Mary Main by the Governours Licence 

Dee r 20. Married John Fibs & .Judith Ash of Towow 

Dec 1 26. Married Joseph Barbar & Mercy Lock 



ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 147 

1754. Feb y 21. Married Sam 1 Drown Jun r & Mary Sevey 
March 7. Married Moses Brown & Susanna Tebbetts 
Oct: 31. Married Jn° Canney & Elizabeth Brock of Sum- 
mersworth by a Certificate from y e Clerk 

Dec r 26. Married Paul Jennes & Keturah Dam 

1755. Jan* 9 th Married Henry Bickford & Abigail Teb- 
betts of Towow 

Feb y 2. Then Married Annaniah Clarke of Berwick & 

Mary Hanson of Summersworth by a Certificate from 

Humphrey Chatbourn Town Clerk 
June 22. Married Aaron Downs & Susanna Hammock 
July 30. Married John Witherell & Rebecca Clark 
Aug. 21. Married George Plaice & Kezia Knight 
Nov r 23. Married Jn° Wallingford & Lydia Garland of 

Summersworth 
Dec 1 1. Married Jon 3 Ellis & Abigail Richards 
Dec r 3. Married Benj a Wentworth & Rebecca Hodgs- 

don 
Dec r 4. Married Benj a Hayes Jim 1 ' & Mary Dearing 
1757. Feb y 8. Married Richard Door & Patience Tebbetts 

of Towow 
March 17. Married Tho s Babb & Meribah Lock of Bar- 

rington 
April 7. Married Isaac Stanton & Patience Hartford 
April 21. Married Ebenezer Tebbetts Olive Door of 

Towow 



MARRIAGES BY REV. JOSEPH HAVEN. 

1776 Feb 1 29 th Robert Walker with Dorothy Leaghton, 
both of Rochester 

March 7 th Joseph Tucker with Abigail Heard both of 
Rochester 

May 23 d James Place with Esther Varney both of 
Rochester 

June 6 th James Allen with Mercy Garland both of Roch- 
ester 

June 22 d W m Whitcher with Sally Hoit both of Berwick, 
by Licence 

June 23 d Elihu Wentworth with Lois Pinkham both of 
Rochester 

Sept r 23. Mark Harford with Mary Corson both of Roch- 
ester 



148 ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 

1776 NoV 6 th Simon Torr of Dover with Sarah Ham of 
Rochester 

Dec' 26 tt John Tebbets with Jean Heard both of Roch- 
ester 

1777 Jan 1 14"' Abraham Cook of Rochester with Abigail 
Twombly of Somersworth 

Jan 1 oO" 1 Isaac Wentworth with Abigail Nutter both of 

Rochester 
Feb 1 ' 13 th Joshua Allen with Martha Varney both of 

Rochester 
May 22' 1 Lieut Samuel Xute with the Widow Sarah 

Welch both of Rochester 
August 3 d Robert Cook with Elizabeth Goodwin both of 

Somersworth 
Oct r 16 th Caleb Wakeham with Sarah Clements both of 

Rochester 
Nov r 24 tn Joseph Cook of Somersworth with Anna Young 

of Rochester 
Dec 1 ' 17 th Ephraim Tebbets with Eunice Tibbets both of 

Rochester 
Dec r 18 th Benj. Furbur with Deborah Tebbets both of 

Rochester 

1778 Jan 1 ' 2<>'" Richard Tripe of Kittery with Elizabeth 
(rage of Dover 

Jan 1 29 th David Jennes with Sarah Jennes both of Roch- 
ester 

Feb 1 ' 26"' James Wille with Kezia Leighton both of Dur- 
ham 

April 8" 1 Tobias Kicker with Susannah Richardson both 
of Rochester 

Sept' 18 Ul John Barber with Elizabeth Locke both of Har- 
rington 

Nov 1 ' 19'" John Nute Jun 1 with Hannah Place both of 
Rochester 

Nov 30 th Joseph Plummer with Hannah Bickford both 

of Rochester 

Dec r 15'" Edward Rollins with Anna Wentworth both of 
Rochester 

Dec 1 17"' James Chamberlain with Phebe Jackson both 
of Rochester 

I)ec r 22' 1 Joseph Thompson Jun 1 with Lydia Green both 
of Rochester 



ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 149 

1778 Dec 1 ' — Joseph Bickford with Dorcas Ellis both of 
Rochester 

1779 March 18 th John Ham with Mary Dam both of 
Rochester 

June 28 th Benj. Babb of Barring-ton with Hannah Furbur 
of Rochester 

July 29 th John Bickford with Elizabeth Pearl, both of 
Rochester 

August 10 th Ebenezer Garland Jun 1 ' with Lydia Jackson, 
both of Rochester. 

August 26 John Rollings with Elizabeth Leighton both 
Rochester 

Sept 1 5 th John Wille with Mercy Cook, both of Somers- 
worth. 

Sept 1 28 Ul James Rogers with Susannah Pinkham both of 
Rochester 

Oct 1 ' 5 th Moses Hayes Jun 1 of Rochester with Dolly Win- 
gate of Madbury 

Oct 1 11 th Moses Downs with Elizabeth Trickey both of 
Rochester. 

Nov 1 4 th Amos Place with Olive Knight both of Rochester 

Nov 1 25 th William Wingate with Deborah Buzzel both of 
Rochester. 

Nov 1 25 th Joshua Peavey with Mary Buzzel both of New 
Durham 

Dec 1 ' 3 d Jonathan Cook of Wakefield with Sarah Down- 
ing of Rochester. 

Dec 1 ' 12 tu Daniel Calef with Anna Scribner both of Roch- 
ester. 

Dec r 15 th Enoch Hayes with Susanna Knowles both of 
Rochester. 

Dec r 24 th James Colman of Rochester with Dorcas Went- 
worth of Somersworth 
1780 Jan 1 26 tu W m Rogers of the Gore with Mary Cham- 
berlain of Rochester 

Jan 1 27 th Stephen Starboard with Lydia Nayler both of 
Rochester 

Feb 1 ' 2' 1 Jason Chamberlain with Mary Brewster both of 
Rochester 

Feb 1 14 Ul Timothy Ricker with Lois Plummer both of 
Rochester 

Feb 1 ' 14 th Jonathan Young with Sarah Defethering, [Tre- 
fethen] he of Middleton She of Somersworth 



150 ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 

1780 Feb r 17 tu Joseph Ellis of Middleton with Hannah 
Perkins of Rochester 

March 9 th Ephraim Trickey with Lucy Cook both of 
Rochester 

March 21 st Moses Jennes of Rochester with Abigail Ber- 
ry of Harrington 

March 21 st Ebenezer Horn with Lydia Canny both of 
Somersworth 

April 3 a .John Stanton with Susanna Knight both of 
Rochester 

April 13 th Matthias Welch with Rachel Pearl both of 
Rochester 

June 4"' W" 1 Horn of Dover with Lucy Thompson of 
Rochester 

June 22' 1 Samuel Tuttle with Martha Varney both of 
Somersworth 

July 13 th Isaiah Foss with Mary Dow both of Harrington 

August 22 (1 Moses Babb with Meribah Lock both of Har- 
rington 

Sept 1 7 th Beard Plunnner with Susanna Ham both of 
Rochester 

Oct 1 7 th Zebulon Durgan of Durham with Lettice Still- 
son of New Durham 

Dec r 6 th Ebenezer Hanson of Madbury, with Patience 
Varney of Rochester 

1781 Jan 1 ' 11 th John Place Jun r with Patience Downing 
both of Rochester 

Feb' 20'" David Jennes with Lucy Page both of Rochester 

Feb 1 22 d David Corson with Mary M c Durffee both of 
Rochester 

April 12 th Sam 1 Lord of Berwick with Abigail Allen of 
Rochester 

May 21 st John Tucker of Kittery with Phebe Heard of 
Rochester 

August 10 th Sam 1 Wentworth of Somersworth with Mary 
Berry of Rochester 

August 16 th Hanniel Clark with Judith Berry both of 
Rochester 

Sept r 20 th John Allen with Mary Clark both of Rochester 

Nov 1 15 th Daniel Horn with Charity Place, both of Roch- 
ester 

1782 Feb r 5 th Joshua Hayes with Hannah Lock both of 
Barrington 



EOCHESTER MARRIAGES. 151 

1782 Feb 1 " 28 th John My rick with Elizabeth Palmer both 
of Rochester 

March 7 th Sam 1 Roberts of Berwick with Lydia Tebbets 

of Rochester 
March 12 th Benj. Varney with Joanna Ham both of Roch- 
ester 
March 21 st Silas Tebbets with Sarah Heard, both of 

Rochester 
May 9 th Jonathan Heard with Sarah Yetton, both of 

Rochester 
Jime 19 th Joseph Hodgdon of Wakefield with Charity 

Dame of Rochester 
August 1 st John Roberts with Ruth Rogers both of 

Rochester 
August 3 d Philip Jackson with Mary Place both of 

Rochester 
Oct 1 ' 8 Ul Robert Evens with the Wid w Hannah Heard 

both of Rochester 
Oct 1 ' 31 st Ebenezer Hayes with Phebe Huckins both of 

Barrington 
Nov 1 ' 21 st Samuel Hayes of Barrington with Sarah Pearl 

of Rochester 
Nov 1 ' 28 th John Willey Jim 1 with Tamsin Gray both of 

Barrington 
Nov 1 28 th Stephen Brock with Elizabeth Berry both of 

Barrington 
Nov r 28 th Richard Foss with Marcy Berry both of Bar- 
rington 
Nov 1 ' 28 th Timothy Roberts Jun 1 with Elizabeth Hayes 

both of Rochester 

1783 Feb 1 6 th Ephraim Holmes with Mary Hall both of 
Barrington 

Feb 1 27 th Samuel Foss, Tertius with Sarah Junkins both 
of Barrington 

May 8 th Benj. French of New-Market with Mary Har- 
ford of Rochester 

May 22 cl John Huckens of Barrington with Mary Pearl 
of Rochester 

Oct r 13 th W ,n Wentworth Lord of Berwick with Mercy 
Allen of Rochester 

Oct 1 16 th James Marden Jun 1 with Frederica Scevey both 
of Barrington 



152 ROCHESTER MARRIAGES. 

1783 Oct r 20 th John Wentworth of Somersworth with Re- 
becca Horn of Rochester 

Nov 17 th Joseph Pearl Jim 1 with Catharine Clark both 

of Rochester 
Nov r 27 th Jedediah Tebbets with Dorothy Tebbets both 

of Rochester 
Dec r 4 th Ephraim Tebbets with Esther Tebbets both of 

Rochester 
Dec 1 ' 10'" Ezekiel Hayes with Margaret Foss both of Bar- 

rington 
Dec 1 ' 25 lh W m Palmer with Susannah Twombly both of 

Rochester 

1784 Jan 1 21 st Abraham Pribble of Wolfsboro' with Mary 
Cole of Rochester 

Feb 1 ' 11 th Joseph Holmes with Sarah Page both of Roch- 
ester 

Feb r 12 Ul Nathan Webb Adams of Newington with Eliz- 
abeth Cole of Rochester 

Feb r 2G th Benj. Berry with Mary Foss both of Harrington 

April 20"' Jonathan Leighton Jun' with Mary Rogers 
both of Rochester 

April 21 st Benj. Adams Esq 1 of Newington with Susanna 
Brown of Rochester 

May 23 d Moses Chamberlain with Mary Nason both of 
Rochester 

July 29 th Joseph Roberts with Betty Dame, both of 
Rochester 

Sept 1 30 Ul Anthony Pevee with Betty Hammon both of 
Rochester 

Oct 1 ' 7 th Elijah Horn with Anna Corson both of Roch- 
ester 

Dec r 9 th Joseph Ricker with Sarah Trickey both of Roch- 
ester 

Dec r 29 tu George Snell Hayes with Anna Hawkins both 
of Rochester 

1785 Jan 1 6 1 " Timothy Heard with Mary Dame both of 
Rochester 

March 3 a William Henderson with Peggy Roberts, He 

of Dover, She of Rochester 
.March 17 th Gilbert French with Leah French both of 

Rochester 
March 24 ,h Timothy Richardson with Anna Perkins both 

of Rochester 



NEWIKGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 



BAPTISMS. 

[Continued from Vol. IV, page 112.] 

1761. Sep r 6 th Elizabeth Daughter to Joseph and Johanna 
Adams was baptized. 
Sep 1 27 th Mr Lemuel Trickey and Alice his wife owned 
y e Coven' & Temperance & Lois y 1 ' Daughters were 
baptized. 
Arrabella Nutter also owned the Covenant & was 
baptized. 
Oct 1 ' 4 th Noah Son to Jonathan & Mary Huntris was bap- 
tized. 
Item Ame Daughter to Samuel & Mary Tompson 
was baptized. 
Oct 1 18 th Elizabeth Daughter to Sam 11 & Eliza 111 Shakford 

was baptized. 
Oct 1 ' 25 Anna Nutter owned the Covenant and was bap- 
tized. 

Item Betty Nutter owned the Covenant and was 
baptized. 
Nov 1 ' 15. Will. Blyh owned the Covenant and was Bap- 
tized. 
Nov 22 d Mr Eliphelet Dam & his wife Abigail had a Son 
Baptized Joseph Patterson. 
Item Noah & Lidia Rawlins* owned y e Covenant & 
had Daugh 1 ' 8 Baptized Elizabeth &f. 
1762: Jan iy 31: Olive Daughter to Joshua & Sarah Nutter 
was baptized. 
Item: Deborah Daughter to Ephraim & Lydia Pick- 
ering was baptized. 
Feb. 21. Joseph Syms Son to John & Anne Nutter was 

baptized. 
April 25 Ul Allice Daughter to Mr Rich d Furbur & Eliza tb 

was baptized. 
May 2 d Anna Daughter to Mr Joshua & Rosse: Trickey 
was baptized. 

*Certain words are omitted. 

tThere are two other names, both illegible. — Ed. 



154 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

17(32 June 7"' Anna Daughter to Mr Gideon & Elioner 
Walker was baptized. 

Aug 8t 8'" Joshua Nutter Son to Icabod & Olive Raw- 
lings was baptized. 
Item Molly Daughter to Samuel & Mary Rawlings 
was baptized. 

Sep r 5 th Deborah Daughter to Mr Thomas Pickering Jun r 
& Jerusha his wife was baptized. 

Sep r 12 th Ebenezer Son to Josiah & Elizabeth Downing 
was baptized. 

Oct 1 10 th Lemuel Son to Layton & Deborah Ooolbroth 
was baptized. 

Oct' 17 th Hannah Daughter to Nicolas & Hannah Pick- 
ering was Baptized. 

1763 May 81: James Son to Joseph & Eliza 1 " Trickey 

was baptized: private Baptism: Sick. 

July 10" 1 Joseph Son to Joseph & Abigail Coleman was 
baptized. 

Aug* 28 th Abigail Daughter to Mr Sam 11 & Eliza* Shack- 
ford was baptized. 

Sep 1 18 ,h John Son to & Eliza" 1 Clark was bap- 
tized. 

Sep r 25*" Gideon Son to Mr Seth & Anna Walker was 
Baptized. 

Nov 1 ' the 6 th Mrs Mehitable Dam wife to Mr Joseph Dam 
was admited a member in full Communion hi this 
Church. 
Item Samuel Son to Mr Jos' 1 and Mehitable Dam 
was baptized. 

Nov 13 111 Elizabeth Daughter to Pitman & Jane Cool- 
broth was baptized. 

Dec r 11: Mr Jethro Furbur owned the Covenant and also 
at the same time Jethro his Son born w"" but one 
leg was baptized. 

1764 Feb 19 ,h Elizabeth Daughter to Mr Josiah and Eliz- 

abeth Downing was baptized. 

Feb ry 26 th Antony Son to John Nutter Esq r & Anna his 

wife was baptized. 
Aug st 5 th Lydia Daughter to Mr Ephraim Pickering & 

wife was baptized. 

Aug 91 19 Ul Abigail Daughter to Mr Joseph Adams & 
Johanna his wife was baptized. 



BAPTISMS. 155 

1764 Sep 1 23 d Hannah Daughter to Mr Sam 11 Shakford 

& Eliz a his wife was baptized. 

Oct r 30 Gideon Son to Mr Gideon Walker & Elioner 
his wife was baptized. 
Item Susanna Daughter to Mr Eliphelet Dam & 
Abigail his wife was baptized. 

Nov 1 ' 11 th Mr John Coleman & Mary his wife were admitt- 
ed to full Communion to this Church. 

Dec 1 2 d Nehemiah Son to Mr Thomas Pickering Jun r & 
Jerusha his wife was baptized. 

1765 March 21 st At a Church Meeting held at my house 

after opening the meeting with prayer we proceed- 
ed to the business on w ch we met & we first chose 
John Nutter Esq 1 ' to be a Deacon of this Church by 
a General Vote of those then psent. Then consid- 
ered the case of Hatevil Nutter & Determined to 
waite a while upon him for further satisfaction. 
Item We considered the case of Joshua Trickey and 
accepted his acknowledgement upon a promise of 
Reformation. 
Item It being mentioned by some of the Church 
that we might after some time sing in publick w th - 
out Reading it was voted by all the Church y n 
psent, & Lastly a Committee was chosen also that 
y y might hear the unhappy difference between Mr 
Edward Walker & wife & some others of the fam- 
ily & to accomodate matters between them if in 
their power: & if otherwise to order the faulty 
psons to withdraw from Communion till further 
orders. The Committee were Major Downing Mr 
Jonathan Downing & my Son Deacon Benjamin 
Adams. Memorand: The Difference between Walk- 
er & wife made up. Differ again Mrs Sarah Walk- 
er & Daughter Deborah Rawlins were suspended 
from Communion. 

April 27 th Mary Daughter to Jonathan & Eliza th Quint 
was baptized: Private Baptism. 

April 28 Olley Daughter to Mr Joseph & Abigail Cole- 
man was baptized. 
Item: Elizabeth Daughter to Mr John & Mary Cole- 
man was baptized. 

May 26: Mary Dockum owned the Covenant & was bap- 
tized. 



156 NEWINGTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1765 June 7 th John Son to Jonath" & Eliz th Quint was 

baptized: Private Baptism. 
July 21 Luce Daughter to Mr Seth Walker & wife w;ts 

baptized. 
Item: Mr Nehemiah Furbur & Abigail his wife were 

admited to full Communion in this Church. 
Nov 1 3 d Olive Daughter to Mr Ichabod & Olive Rawlins 

was baptized. 
Nov 17 th Elizabeth Daughter to Mr Sam 11 & Mary Raw- 
lins was baptized. 
1706 June l sl Mr Mark Miller & Susanna his wife* owned 

the Covenant & had a Daughter baptized Elizabeth 

Harrison. 
June 15'" Catharine Daughter to Mr Joseph Trickey & 

Elizabeth his wife was baptized. 
July 20 th John Son to Pitman Coolbroth & Jane his wife 

was baptized. 
Aug st 10: Charles Hogdon* owned the Covenant & had 

a Daughter baptized Elizabeth. 

1767 Jan ,y 11 th Mr John Downing oAvned the Covenant 

& had a Son baptized John. 
Jan ,y 25 th Josiah Son to Mr Sam 11 & Eliza 1 " Shackford 

was baptized, Private Baptism, being sick. 
March 15 th Phebe Daughter to Mr Jethro Furbur & 

Mary his wife was baptized. 
April 12'" ' William Brasbridge Sou to William Bras- 
bridge own'd the Covenant & was baptized. 
May 21 t " Levi Son to Mr Thomas Pickering Jim 1 & 

Jerusha his wife was baptized. 
May 31 81 Benjamin Son to Mr Joseph Adams & Johanna 

his wife was baptized. 
Item: Seth Son to Mr Gideon & Elioner Walker 

was baptized. 
June 11. Mrs Allice Heart was admited a member in 

full Communion in this Church. 
July 12. Hannah Daughter to Deacon Nutter & Nanne 

his wife was baptized. 

1768 Mar.h li" 1 Mr Timothy Dam owned the Covenant & 

had a Son baptized Richard. 
May 22' 1 Allice Daughter to Mr John & Mary Downing 

was baptized. 
June 5 th William Son to Mr Joseph Trickey was baptized. 
♦Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



BAPTISMS. 157 

1768 June 12 Joshua Son to Mr Ephraim & Lydia Pick- 

ering was baptized. 
Item Olive Ring Daughter to Mr Ephraim & Lydia 
Pickering was Baptized. 

July 31 st Mr Mark Miller & his wife had a Son baptized 
Benjamin. 

Aug st 21 st William Son to Pitman Coolbroth & Jane his 
wife was baptized. 
Item Daniel Son to John & Mary Huntris was Bap- 
tized. 

Nov r 18 th Temperance Daughter to Mr Icabod Rawlins 
and Olive his wife was baptized. 

1769 Feb iy 19 m Mr John Fabyan own'd the Covenant & 

had a Son baptized William Berry. 
Item: Mr Dennis Hoite & Elizabeth his wife owned 
the Covenant and had a Son baptized John. 

April 23 rt Mr Samuel Shackford & Elizabeth his wife 
had a Son baptized, Nathaniel Cooper. 

April 30 th Abigail Daughter to Deacon John Nutter and 
Anna his wife was Baptized. 

May 14 th Mr Joshua Downing & his wife bad 5 children 
viz' Susannah, Sarah, & Lydia, Daughters & John 
& Denis Sons baptized. 

May 28. Jonathan, Rossa, & Joshua children to Mr Jon- 
athan Quint & Eliza 01 his wife w 1 baptized. 
Item Mrs Deborah Mills was admited to full Com- 
munion in y 8 Church. 

June 25 th Mary Daughter to Mr Jethro Furbur & Mary 
his wife was baptized. 

Sept 1 17 th Nicolas Harris Son to Mr Mark Miller & Susan- 
na his wife was baptized, Private Baptism, being sick 

Oct 1 1 st Mark, Henry and Hannah Children to Theodore 
& Mary Dam were baptized. 

Oct 1 9 1 ", 17 th Nabbe, also Stephen Field, & Johanna, chil- 
dren to Mr Eliphelet & Abigail Dam were Baptized. 

Nov 1 5 Rose Pickering Daughter to Mr Jn° Pickering 
was baptized. 
Also Molle, Eunis: also Naomi Stevens: & Elizabeth 
Lois Tweed: all owned the Covenant and were bap- 
tized. 

Dec r 24 th Susanna Huntris wife of Mr Nathan Huntris 
& Elle Walker both owned y e Covenant & were 
baptized. 



158 NEWHTOTON CHURCH RECORDS. 

1770 Feb 18 th John Pickering Jun 1 Son of Mr John Pick- 
ering of Newington owned the Covenant & was 
baptized. 
Item Henry Nutter Son of Mr Richard Nutter of 
Rochester owned the Covenant & was baptized. 

March 31: Nathaniel Son to Mr Joseph Adams & Johan- 
na his wife was baptized. 

June 10" 1 Samuel Griffin Son to Mr Joseph Trickey & 
Eliza 1 * his wife was baptized. 

July l 8t Mary Pickering Daughter to Mr Dennis Hoite 
& Elizabeth his wife was Baptized. 

July 15 tt Elizabeth Daughter to Jn° & Mary Downing 
was baptized. 

Aug st 19 th Mrs. Elizabeth Warren was admited a member 
in full Communion in this Church. 
Item. Mrs Esther Nutter was admited a member in 

full Communion in this Church. 
Item Mrs Mary Dam was admited a member in full 
Communion in this Church. 

Sep r 9 tt Mr Gideon Walker & his wife had a Son Bap- 
tized Seth. 
Item Mr Joseph Dam Jun 1 owned y e Covenant & 
had a Son Baptized James Chatburn. 

Octo r 21 Mrs Allice Place was admited a member in full 
Communion in this Church. 

Oct r 28 Ul Mrs Martha Brasbridge* owned y e Covenant & 
had 3 children baptized vizt John, Catherine & 
Elizabeth. 

Nov* 4 Ul Abigail Daughter to Cap 1 Benja" Adams & Ab- 
igail his wife was baptized. 
Item Nicholas Son to Mr Thomas Pickering Jun 1 

& wife was baptized. 
Item Rosemond Daughter to Mr John Fabyan & 
wife was baptized. 

Nov 1 25 th Nathaniel & Jethro Sons & Abigail Daughter 
to Mr .James Nutter & Easter his wife were bap- 
tized. 

Dee r 23 d : Enoch Huntris then owned the Covenant & 
had a Son baptized Ceorge. 
Item Edward Brasbridge he owned the Covenant 
and was baptized. 

♦Certain words are omitted. — Ed. 



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



FAMILY RECORDS. 
[Continued from Vol. IV, page 124.] 

Thomas Varney; pages 23 and 52. 
Sarah Varney; page 26; died 29, 2 mo. 1772. 
Married. 
Their children: 
Jeremiah, born 1766; died 7, 1 mo. 1809. 
Mary; married Hanson Evans. 

(F. F. R., I: 43.) 
Samuel Austin; page 22. 

Rachel Hawkins; no account of her membership until now. 
Married at Dover, 23, 3 mo. 1765. 
Their children born in Dover and Rochester and re- 
moved to Saratoga Monthly Meeting, and received 
certificate in 1793: 
Abigail, born 15, 11 mo. 1765. 
Paul, 6, 9 mo. 1768; disowned 20, 2 mo. 1790. 
Solomon, 1, 2 mo. 1770. 
Anne, 15, 7 mo. 1778. 
Stephen, 1, 12 mo. 1780. 
William, 9, 4 mo. 1783. 
Ebenezer Frye; page 38; disowned 23, 5 mo. 1778. 
Mary Hussey; page 21. 

Married at Dover, 2, 10 mo. 1765. 
Their children born in Kittery: 
John, born 4, 5 mo. 1767; page 89. 
Obadiah, 16, 8 mo. 1771. 
Henry Estes; page 29; died 28, 7 mo. 1792. 
Sarah Allen; page 34. 

Married at Berwick, 31, 10 mo. 1765. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Jedediah, born 12, 6 mo. 1766; page 95. 
Stephen, 2, 10 mo. 1767; disowned. 
Jedediah, 15, 12 mo. 1768. 
Phebe, 4, 5 mo. 1770; married Abner Place; disowned. 



160 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Judith, 3, 12 mo. 1771. 
Robert, 13, 3 mo. 1773. 
Timothy, 13, 4 mo. 1775. 

Silas, 24, 6 mo. 1777; removed to Falmouth, 1802. 
Hannah, 4, 11 mo. 1780; married Jedediafa Meader. 
Nathaniel Lamos; page 23; died 28, 10 mo. 1816. 
Abigail Roberts; died 27, 7 mo. 1829. 

Married at Dover, 1, 5 mo. 1766. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Hannah, born 23, 3 mo. 1767; page 73; married Thomas 

Roberts. 
Jonathan, 5, 1 mo. 1769; page 80. 
Lydia, 10, 9 mo. 1772; disowned 1800; died 14, 8 mo. 

'1871. 
Sarah, 23, 1 mo. 1779; died 2, 7 mo. 1780. 
Abigail, 15, 8 mo. 1781; page 93. 

Nathaniel, 3, 9 mo. 1785; page 61: removed to Tufton 
borough, 1815. 
Moses Sawyer; page 28. 
Rebecca Swain: died 13, 12 mo. 1816. 

Married at Dover, 28, 8 mo. 1766. 
Daniel Hnssey: page 26: died 9, 3 mo. 1785. 
Bethiah Varney; page 21; removed in 1789 to Vassalborough; 
married Jacob Tabor. 

Married out of Friends Meeting. 
Their children born in Somersworth: 
Joseph, born 3, 9 mo. 1765: removed to Hampton, oert. 

22, 11 mo. 1788. 
Sarah, 13, 11 mo. 1766. 
John, 13, 9 mo. 1768. 
Lydia, 10, 8 mo. 1771. 
Patience, 4, 6 mo. 1774; removed to Vassalborough, cert. 

20, 3 mo. 1790. 
Hannah, 15, 11 mo. 1776. 
Huldah, 22, 5 mo. 1780. 

Daniel, 3, 9 mo. 1782. (F. F. R., I: 44.) 

Zaccheus Hanson; page 27; died 21, 4 mo. 1829. 
Sarah Sawyer; page 28: died 16, 5 mo. 1829. 
Married at Dover, 22, 10 mo. 1766. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Susanna, born 3, 3 mo. 1768; died 5, 3 mo. 1853. 
Sarah, 3, 3 mo. 1771; died 26, 1 mo. 1777. 
Ezra, 22, 5 mo. 1773; removed to Vassalborough Meeting. 



FAMILY RECOEDS. 161 

Amos, 1, 6 mo. 1776; disowned. 

Stephen, 26, 3 mo. 1779; married out to Eunice Went- 
worth but was retained a member. Stephen removed 
to Falmouth and died there 10, 11 mo. 1861; his wife 
died 1 st mo. following. 
Ahijah, 16, 8 mo. 1783; page 119; married Hannah Bean. 
David Morrill; page 24; died 10 mo. 1816. 
Sarah Lewis. 

Married at Berwick, 31, 12 mo. 1766. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Ruth, born 31, 12 mo. 1767. 
James, 6, 2 mo. 1769; disowned. 
Elizabeth, 9, 8 mo. 1770; disowned 10 mo. 1793; married 

out. 
Content, 19, 10 mo. 1771; page 81; married Nathan Var- 

ney. 
Sarah, 9, 7 mo. 1773. 

Mercy, 12, 2 mo. 1775; married Josh a Varney, Ferrisburgh. 
David, 10, 4 mo. 1777. 

Jonathan, 28, 5 mo. 1779; disowned 6 mo. 1800. 
John, 14, 7 mo. 1781. 
Susanna, 14, 7 mo. 1781. 
Thaddeus, 12, 7 mo. 1783. 
Patience, 2, 3 mo. 1785. 
Esther, 4, 4 mo. 1787. 
Lydia, 15, 4 mo. 1791. 
Joseph Meacler; pages 36 and 74. 
Abigail Frye; page 19; died 1790. 

Married at Kittery, 24, 6 mo. 1767. 
Elisha Purinton; page 65; removed to Falmouth. 
Sarah Estes. 

Married at Dover, 22, 9 mo. 1767. 
Their children, the first three born at Dover, Ruth at 
Berwick, the last three at Kittery: 
Abijah, born 1, 4 mo. 1769; removed to Falmouth, certifi- 
cate 4 mo. 1791. 
Robert, 27, 9 mo. 1770; removed to Falmouth. 
Samuel, 17, 3 mo. 1773; removed to Hampton, certificate 

4 mo. 1791. 
Ruth, 30, 4 mo. 1776; removed. 
Amos, 31, 12 mo. 1778. 
Phebe, 12, 12 mo. 1779. 
Lydia, 4, 2 mo. 1784. 



162 KECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 



William Hussey; pages 21 and 80. 

Phebe Hanson: page 25: died 1<>, 7 mo. 1792. 
Married at Dover, 6, 1 mo. L768. 
Their children Worn in Berwick: 
James, born 14, 11 mo. 1768; page 77. 
John, 8, 3 mo. 1771: disowned 10 mo. 1798: restored. 
Hannah, 13, 3 mo. 177:'): page 74: married Christopher Cole. 
Sarah, 21, 8 mo. 177"). 
William, 21, 9 mo. 1777. 
Paul, 26, 5 mo. 177«i. 
Ahijah, 7, 7 mo. 1781. 

Mary, 13, 3 mo. 1783. (F. F. R., I: 45.) 

Abraham Morrill: page 40. 
Hannah Nichols; died 4 mo. 1827. 

Married at Berwick, 25, 1 mo. 1768. 
John Cole: page 38; disowned 22, 4 mo. 1775. 
Eliz a Buffum: page 28. 

Married at Berwick, 25. 1 mo. 1768. 
Their children born in Berwick: 
Christopher, born 21, 6 mo. 1768: page 74. 
Samuel, 8, 4 mo. 1770. 
Eunice, 21, 12 mo. 1771: page 79: married Christopher 

Hussey. 
Joshua, 17, 7 mo. 1773. 
Caleb, 1, 1 mo. 1781. 
Stephen, 2, 6 mo. 1783. 

Note. The last two were born after their father was dis- 
owned and were accepted by their mother's request 23, 
5 mo. 1789. 
Mussey Gould; page 33. 
Elizabeth Tibbetts. 

Married ;it Dover, 27, 1 mo. 1768. 
Joseph Peasley; page 65. 
Lydia Pope: diet! 8, 2 mo. 1782. 

Married. 
Joshua Varney; page 18; died 19, 8 mo. 1823. 
Anne Roberts; page 29: died 24, 8 mo. 1823. 
Married in Dover, 30, 11 mo. 1768. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Moses, born 13, 2 mo. 1770: died 30, 7 mo. 1788. 
Man, 20, 2 mo. 1772: page 91; married James Lamos. 
Christopher, 17, 4 mo. 1774: removed to Vassalborongh, 
certificate 7 mo. 1800. 



FAMILY RECORDS. 163 

Jedediah, 8, 7 mo. 1776; removed to Nine Partners, cert. 

dated 9 mo. 1801. 
Isaiah, 27, 7 mo. 1778; married out. 
Huldah, 9, 8 mo. 1780; died 16, 5 mo. 1790. 
Jesse, 25, 10 mo. 1782; married out, disowned; restored 

and disowned again. 
Ezra, 12, 1 mo. 1785; removed to N. York state. 
Hannah, 26, 1 mo. 1787. 
Moses, 25, 10 mo. 1790. 
Ezra, 26, 9 mo. 1791; married out and disowned. 

(F. F. R., I: 46.) 
Joseph Varney; page 18; died 11, 12 mo. 1780. 
Bathsheba Tuttle; page 18; died 23, 11 mo. 1821. 
Married in Dover, 30, 11 mo. 1768. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Levi, born 27, 2 mo. 1772; disowned 7 mo. 1799. 
Tabitha, 14, 6 mo. 1774; page 88; disowned, restored. 
Enoch, 13, 1 mo. 1777; disowned. 
Ebenezer Tuttle; page 18; died 12 mo. 1797. 
Deborah Layton. 

Married in Dover, 30, 11 mo. 1768. 
Their children born in Dover: 
Tobias, born 25, 8 mo. 1769; page 81. 
Thomas, 17, 5 mo. 1772; died 22, 8 mo. 1817. 
Abigail, 13, 5 mo. 1775; page 89; married Samuel Nason. 
Mary, 14, 5 mo. 1778; died 6, 4 mo. 1787 
John, 7, 7 mo. 1782; died 5, 4 mo. 1787. 
Hope, 5, 11 mo. 1786. 
Ebenezer; died 12, 7 mo. 1811. 
Moses Canney; page 23; disowned 21, 7 mo. 1792. 
Huldah Sawyer. 

Married at Kittery, 30, 11 mo. 1768. 
Their children born in Madbury: 
Huldah, born; disowned. 
James; disowned. 
Sarah. 

Ichabod; disowned. 
Moses. 
Hannah. 
Amos Sawyer. 
Solomon Evans; died 5, 2 mo. 1832. 
Catherine Hanson; page 25; died 13, 7 mo. 1849. 
Married in Dover, 7, 12 mo. 1768. 



164 RECORDS OF DOVER MONTHLY MEETING. 

Their children born in Madbury: 

Tobias, born 22, 11 mo. 1770; page 94. 

Elizabeth, 10, 3 mo. 1774; died 20, 5 mo. 1849. 

David, 24, 5 mo. 1778; disowned. 

Aaron, 17, 7 mo. 1781: disowned. 

John, 15, 10 mo. 1787; died 24, 4 mo. 1828. 
Batchelor Hnsscy; page 20; died 15, 2 mo. 1794. 
Sarah Hanson. 

Married in Berwick, 12, 12 mo. 1768. 
Their children born in Berwick: 

Sylvanus, born 17, 9 mo. 1768; page 80. 

Isaac, 12, 2 mo. 1772. 

Peter, 27, 4 mo. 1774. 

James, 27, 7 mo. 1778. 

Hnldah, 26, 5 mo. 1782. 

Batchelor, 9, 1 mo. 1785. 

Daniel, 16, 12 mo. 1789. 

Stephen, 26, 9 mo. 1792. 

(F. F. R., T: 47.) 
Lemuel Chesley; died 20, 11 mo. 1789. 
Hannah Randall; disowned 10 mo. 1789. 
Married at Dover, 29, 3 mo. 1769. 

Neither of them were properly members until their mar- 
riage, though partly educated among Friends. 
Rowland Frye; page 24. 

Judith Nock; she was not a member until now. 
Married, 1769, (Sept. 27). 
Their children born in Berwick: 

Mary, born 19, 8 mo. 1770; died 27, 8 mo. 1770. 

Ruth, 18, 11 mo. 1771; page 80. 

Rowland, 18, 11 mo. 1771. 

Rachel; married out to Gershom ("lark. 

Eunice, 2('», 12 mo. 1773; died 3, 1 mo. 1774. 

Eunice, 14, 4 mo. 1775. 

Mary, 8, 8 mo. 1777: married Tobias Cartiand. 

Stephen. 80, 4 mo. 1779; disowned 1800. 

Sarah, 21, 5 mo. 1781. 

John, 16, 6 mo. 1783. 

Judith, 30, 7 mo. 1785. 

Benjamin, 10, 8 mo. 1787. 

David, 23, 1 mo. 1790. 

James, 30, 12 mo. 1791. 

Alice, 20, 1 mo. 1794. 



EPPIKG TOWN RECORDS. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 
[Continued from Vol. IV, page 138.] 

Ruth Page Daughter to John Page and Lydia his wife was 

born Nov 17, 1761. 
John Dearborn Page Son to .John Page & Lydia his wife was 

born Dec 1 ' 6, 1763. 
Reuben Page Son to John Page and Lydia his wife was born 

January 19, 1765. 
Lydia Page Daughter to John Page & L} r dia his wife was 

born Oct 1 26, 1769. 
Moses Page Son to John Page & Lydia his wife was born 

Oct 1 ' 18, 1777. 
Aaron Page Son to John Page and Lydia his wife was born 

July 27, 1779. 
Polly Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood & Phebe his wife 

was born June 22 nd 1785. 
Bettey Osgood Daughter to Chase Osgood & Phebe his wife 

was born December 15 tu 1787. 

(E. T. R., I: 468.) 
Samuel Shaw Son of Samuel Shaw and Margaret Shaw was 

born November 8, 1772. 
Rhoda wife of Samuel Shaw was born January 26, 1775. 
John Shaw Son to Samuel Shaw and Rhoda his wife was 

born October 26, 1795. 
Orren Shaw Son to Samuel Shaw and Rhoda his wife was 

born August 18, 1797. 
Harriet Shaw daughter to Samuel Shaw and Rhoda his wife 

was born March 30, 1802. 
Samuel Shaw son to Samuel Shaw and Rhoda his wife was 

born February 20, 1807. 
Daniel Coffin Shaw son to Sam 1 Shaw and Rhoda his wife 

was born April 18, 1810. 
Mary Jane Shaw daughter to Samuel Shaw and Rhoda his 

wife was born April 11, 1816. 
Henry Shaw son to Samuel Shaw and Rhoda his wife was 

born February 11, 1800. 

(E. T. R., I: 469.) 



100 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Mary Chase Daughter to James Chase and Mary his wife 

was Born October y" 12*" 1741. 
Anne Chase Daughter to James Chase and Mary his wife 

was Born November y e 19 Ul 1743. 
Jonathan Chase Son to James Chase and Mary Chase his 

wife was Born March y e •29'" 1740. 
Josiah Chase Son to James Chase and Mary his wife was 

Born July v" ll Ul 1751. 
Lydia Chase Daughter to James Chase and Mary his wile 

was Born September y e 21 st 1755. 
Sarah Chase Daughter to James Chase and Mary his wife 

was Born August y e 10"' 1757. 
Joanna Chase Daughter to James Chase and Mary his wife 

was Born September y e 2G Ul 1701. 
Abigail Chase Daughter to James Chase and Mai)' his wife 

was Born November v e 23 d 1763. 
William Jewett Son to Samuel Jewett and Abigail his wife 

was Born June 1 st 1785. 
John Maiden Johnson Son to Benjamin Johnson & Abigail 

his wife was Born September 19'" 1759. 
Bethiah Johnson Daughter to Benjamin Johnson A: Abigail 

his wife was Born July 5'" 1701. 
Sarah Johnson Daughter to Benjamin Johnson & Elizabeth 

his wife was Born February 19 Ul 1775. 
Benjamin Johnson Son to Benjamin Johnson and Elizabeth 

his wife was Born November 10 th 1778. 
Enoch Johnson Son to Benjamin Johnson and Elizabeth his 

wife was Born June 11 th 1785. 
Aliee Cilley Daughter to Eliphalet Cilley and Dolley his wife 

was Born October 5 th 1788. 
Samuel Cilley Son to Eliphalet Cilley & Dolley his wife was 

Born August 21 81 1790. 
Joseph Cilley Son to Eliphalet Cilley & Dolley his wife was 

Bon. Sep' 27 th 1793. (E. T. R., I: 470. 

Abigail Cilley Daughter to Eliphalet Cilley and Dolley his 

wife was Born June 2' 1 1790. 
Jonathan Cilley Son to Eliphalet Cilley and Dolley his wife 

was Born November the 4 th 1799. 

(E. T. R., I: 471. 
Elizabeth Stearns Daughter to the Rev' 1 Josiah Stearns and 

Sarah his wife was Born July y e 1 st 1758. 
Dudley Stearns Son to Rev d Josiah Stearns and Sarah his 

wife was Born April y e 8, 1760. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 167 

John Stearns Son to the Rev d Josiah Stearns and Sarah his 

wife was Born January y e 13, 1762. 
Josiah Stearns Son to the Rev d Josiah Stearns and Sarah 

Stearns his wife was Born January the 23, 1764. 
Esther Stearns Daughter to the Rev* 1 Josiah Stearns and 

Sarah his wife was Born July y e 14 th 1768. 
Samuel Stearns Son to the Rev d Josiah Stearns and Sarah 

his wife was Born April y e 8, 1770. 
Timothy Stearns Son to the Rev' 1 Josiah Stearns and Sarah 

his wife was Born May y e 9, 1772. 
William Stearns Son to the Rev d Josiah Stearns and Sarah 

his wife was Born Nov r y e 23, 1773. 
Molly Stearns Daughter to the Rev d Josiah Stearns and 

Sarah his wife was Born July y e 2, 1776. 
Elizabeth Stearns Daughter to the Rev d Josiah Stearns and 

Sarah his wife was born March 9, 1779. 
Moses Hunt Son to Samuel Hunt and Elizabeth his wife was 

born March 23, 1780. 
Hannah Lawrence Daughter to Edward Lawrence and Rachel 

his wife was born November 3' 1 1771. 
Joseph Lawrence Son to Edward Lawrence and Rachel his 

wife was born January 18, 1772. 
Moses Lawrence Son to Edward LaAvrence and Rachel his 

wife was born July 4 th 1775. 
Josiah Lawrence Son to Edward Lawrence & Rachel his 

wife was born Sep* 28, 1777. 
David Lawrence Son to Edward Lawrence & Rachel his wife 

was born Nov 1 ' 8, 1780. 
Solomon Towle Son to Matthias & Hannah Towle was Born 

25 Day of June 1761. 
Jennings Towle Son to Matthias Towle & Hannah his wife 

was born the 11 Day of April 1764. 
Molly Towle Daughter to Matthias Towle and Hannah his 

wife was born March 28, 1766. 

(E. T. R., I: 472.) 
Nathaniel Perkins Son of Abraham Perkins & Mary his wife 

was born September 3 d 1781. 
Betsey Perkins Daughter of Abraham Perkins & Mary his 

wife was born February 9 Ul 1785. 
John Perkins Son to Abraham Perkins and Mary his wife 

was born November 17 th 1797. 
The Rev d Josiah Stearns died July 25, 1788, in the 57 th year 

of his age. 



168 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Sarah Stearns widdow of Rev' 1 Josiah Stearns died April 2, 

1808 in the 77 l " year of her age. 
William Stearns and Mary Bryant were married May 6, 

1800. 
Mary Stearns, wife of William Stearns died October 18, 

1806, aged 27 years 11 mouths and 12 days. 
William Stearns and Nabby R. Howe were married at Teni- 

pleton, Mass ls January 3, 1809. 
William Rnggles Stearns, son of William Stearns & Nabby 

Richards his wife, was born Nov 1 1, 1^809. 
Josiah Howe Stearns, son of William Stearns & Nabby Rich- 
ards his wife was born October 1, 1812. 
Mary Elizabeth Stearns, daughter of William Stearns and 

Nabby Richards his wife was born March 0, 1815. 
Samuel Richards Stearns son of W 1 " Stearns and Nabby R. 

his wife was born August 28, 1817. 
Samuel R. Stearns died Oct 1 ' 3, 1820, aged 8 years & one 

month and six days. 

(E. T. R., I: 473.) 
Deacon Benjamin Baker departed this Life March 26"' 1776. 
April 8 th 1800. Mary Plumer wife of Samuel Plumer died. 
March 14 th 1803. Samuel Plumer husband to the above 

named Mary died, in the <S2'' year of his age. 
March 16 th 1801. Simon Drake died aged seventy years & 

four months & 12 days. 
Nov r 30 th 1819. Judith Drake relict of the above named 

Simon Drake, departed this life aged 83 years & six 

months. 

(E. T. R., I: 474.) 
Valentine Clark Departed this life August 23' 1 1766. 
Abigail Nudd the wife of Samuel Nudd Died August 26 tb 

1766. 
Samuel Hanson Departed this life September 10 tb 1766. 
Abigail Johnston the wife of James Johnston Died Septem- 
ber 12 th 1766. 
Morrill tlu* wife of William Morrill Died September 

12"' 1766. 
Deacon Simon Dearborn Departed this life September 13 th 

1766. 
Esther Stearns a child of the Rev nd Josiah Stearns Departed 

this life October 24'" 1766. 
Sarah Stearns the wife of the Rev Ild Josiah Stearns Departed 

this life Nov br 5 th 1766. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 169 

John Noris Departed this life November 8 th 1766. 

Martha Osgood the wife of Chase Osgood Departed this life 
Nov ,>r 16 tn 1766> 

Jonathan Clark Departed this Life April 16 th 1768. 
Hannah Til ton a Daughter of Abraham Tilton Departed this 

Life August the 19 th 1770. 
Elizabeth Brown the wife of Cap tn Ezekiel Brown Departed 

this Life December 1 st 1771, Aged 47 years two months 

and ten days. 
Abigail Rundlet the wife of Jacob Rundlet Departed this 

Life November 23 d 1773. 
Nathaniel Smith Departed this Life December 20 IU 1773. 
Capt. Ezekiel Brown Departed this Life March 22 d 1771, in 

the 53 d year of his age. 
Sarah Chandler the Daughter of Cap 1 " Joseph Chandler and 

Lydia his wife Departed this Life November 4 th 1774, 

aged 17 years and three months wanting one Day. 
Elisha Tole the Son of John Tole and Hannah his wife was 

born Nov 1 ' y e 5, 1776. 
Samuel Lawrence departed this Life Sep 1 17, '77. 
John Prescot departed this Life May 3, 1781. 
Caleb French, son of Caleb French & Susanna his wife was 

born Jan* 23, 1804. 
Abigail French daughter to Caleb French & Susanna his 

wife was born Jan y 15, 1806. 

(E. T. R., 1: 475.) 
To the Town Clerk of Epping. 

I do hereby Certify that M r Daniel Blue of Monmouth, 

Maine, and Miss Harriet Smith of said Epping, were legal- 
ly married, on the 12 th of January A. D. 1823, by me, 

William Stearns, Justice Peace. 

Recorded Jan? 13, 1823. 

Attest William Stearns, Town Clerk. 

(E. T. R., I: 476.) 
Captain James Norris Departed this life December the 20 m 

1768. 
Mary Norris wife to Captain James Norris Departed this life 

September the 19 th 1766. 

(E. T. R., I: 477.) 
Josiah Norris was Married to Katharine Barber February the 

14 th 1754. 
Josiah Norris Jun r was born December 16 tu 1754, Son to 

Josiah Norris and Katharine his wife. 



17 EPPTNG TOWN RECORDS. 

Katharine Norris daughter to Josiah Nonis and Katharine 

his wife was born August the 4, 1750. 
Sarah Norris daughter to Josiah Norris and Katharine hi.s 

wife was born January the 10 th 1758. 
Josiah Norris was Married to Eunice Coffin August the 30 l " 

1759. 
Katharine Norris daughter to Josiah Norris and Eunice his 

wife was born April 19" 1 1700. 
William Norris son to Josiah Norris and Eunice his wile was 

born June the 4 Ul 1702. 
Lucy Norris daughter to Josiah Norris and Eunice his wife 

was born December 19 th 1764. 
Moses Norris son to Josiah Norris and Eunice his wile was 

born December 29* 1707. 
Eunice Norris daughter to Josiah Norris and Eunice his 

wile was born March the 12 th 1770. 
Coffin Dole Norris son to Josiah Norris and Eunice his wile 

was born March 30 th 1775. 
Josiah Norris was Married to Anne Chase March y e 18, 1779. 
Jesse Fogg son of David Fogg and Katharine his wife was 

born June 14 th 1785. 

(E. T. R., I: 478.) 
Katharine Norris wife to Josiah Norris departed this life 

May the 17 l " 1758. 
Katharine Norris daughter to Josiah Norris and Katharine 

his wife departed this life July — 1758. 
Lucy Norris daughter to Josiah Norris and Eunice his wife 

departed this life September the 29 th 1706. 
Eunice Norris wife of Josiah Norris Departed this Life 

March y e 13'" 1778. 
Katharine Norris Daughter to Josiah Norris and Eunice his 

wife Departed this Life May y e 18, 1778. 
Rhoda Sanborn Colby daughter of Thomas C. Colby & Abi- 
gail his wife was born June 10 1 " 1817. 
Charles Smith Colby son of Thomas ('. Colby & Abigail his 

wife was born February 7"' 1820. 
Abigail Dow Colby daughter <>f Thomas C. Colby & Abigail 

his wife was born April 25* 1*22. 
Joanna Richards Colby daughter of Tho 8 C. Colby & Abigail 

his wife was born 

(E. T. R, I: 479.) 
Isaiah Clough Son of Ezekiel Clougli and Miriam Clough his 

wife was Born May 18"' 1774. 



BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. 171 

Martha Clough Daughter of Ezekiel Clough and Miriam his 

wife was Born June 4 Ul 1777. 
Mehitable Hills Daughter of Josiah Hills and Elizabeth his 

wife was Born June 16 th 1790. 
Elizabeth Hills Daughter of Josiah Hills and Elizabeth his 

wife was Born October 14 tb 1791. 
Betsey Hills the wife of Josiah Hills Departed this Life 

March 4 th 1790, in the twenty-eight year of her age. 
Josiah Hills the Son of Josiah Hills and Molly his wife was 

Born October 15 Ul 1797. 
John Hills the Son of Josiah Hills and Molly his wife was 

Born November 22 d 1799. 
Samuel Hills Son of Josiah Hills and Elizabeth his wife was 

born January 5 th 1805. 
George Hills Son of Josiah Hills and Elizabeth his wife was 

born May 25, 1807. 
Sarah Brown Daughter of Paul Brown and Sarah his wife 

was Born April 1 st 1784. 
John Brown Son of Paul Brown and Sarah his wife was 

Born March 2 d 1786. 
Paul Brown a Son of Paul Brown and Sarah his wife was 

Born February 23 d 1789. 
Benjamin Brown Son to Paul Brown and Sarah his wife was 

born September 2 d 1793. 
Rebeckah Brown Daughter to Paul Brown and Sarah his 

wife was born July 9 th 1798. 

(E. T. R,, I: 480.) 
David Lawrence died 1848. [In pencil.] 

(E. T. R., I: 481.) 
Jacob Morrill Son of William Morrill and Mary his wife was 

Bom March 13 th 1753/ 
Lydia Morrill Daughter of William Morrill and Mary his 

wife was Born November 16 th 1755. 
Hannah Morrill Daughter of William Morrill and Mary his 

wife was Born June 19 th 1758. 
Levi Morrill a Son of William Morrill and Mary his wife was 

Born November 12 th 1760. 
Miriam Morrill a Daughter of William Morrill and Mary his 

wife was Born June 29 th 1765. 
Abigail Tilton a Daughter of Jethro Bachelor Tilton and 

Bridget his wife was Born August 21 st 1766. 
Anna Tilton a Daughter of Jethro Bachelor Tilton and 

Bridget Tilton his wife was Born August 21 8t 1766. 



172 EPPING TOWN RECORDS. 

Samuel Tilton a Son of Jethro Bachelor Til ton and Bridget 

his wife was Born December 17 th 1761. 
Thomas Clough a son of Ezekiel Clough and Miriam his wile 

was Bora February the 9 tu 1755. 
Abner Clough a Son of Ezekiel Clough and Miriam his wife 

was Bom January 28 th 1757. 
Ezekiel Clough a Son of Ezekiel Clough & Miriam his wife 

was Born March 2 d 1759. 
Miriam Clough a Daughter of Ezekiel Clough & Miriam his 

wife was Born October 29 th 1700. 
Mary ("lough a Daughter of Ezekiel Clough & Miriam his 

wife was Born May 20 th 1763. 
Levi Clough a Son of Ezekiel Clough and Miriam his wife 

was Born January 10"' 1765. 
Jeremiah Clough a Son of Ezekiel dough and Miriam his 

wife was Born February 9'" 1767. 
Joseph French a Son of Bar/.illa French and Margaret his 

wife was Born December 10 th 1759. 
Abigail French a Daughter of Barzilla French and Margaret 

his wife was Born January 31 st 1761. 
Lydia French a Daughter of Barzilla French and Margaret 

his wife was Born October 25 th 1762. 
Barzilla French a Son of Barzilla French and Margaret his 

wife was born February 25"' 1765. 
Sarah French a Daughter of Bar/.illa French and Margaret 

his wife was Born February 5 th 1767. 
Betty Samborrj a Daughter of Nathan Samborn and Jemima 

his wife was born July 3' 1 1760. 
Anna Samborn a Daughter of Nathan Samborn and Jemima 

his wife was Born October 11"' 1763. 

(E. T. R., I: 482.) 
Rachel Samborn a Daughter of Nathan Samborn and Jemima 

his wife was Born April 6 th 1766. 
Sarah Fogg a Daughter of Seth Fogg and Elener his wife 

was bom March 7 ,h 1758. 
David Fogg a Son of Seth Fogg and Elener his wife was 

Born August 18 lh 1759. 
Caleb Fogg a Son of Seth Fogg and Elener his wife was 

Bom Manh 17"' 1761. 
Jonathan Fogg a Son of Seth Fogg and Elener his wife was 

Bom October 4"' 1764. 
Sarah Jennes a Daughter of Francis Jennes and Elizabeth 

his wife was bom June 14 lh 1754. 



KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 



MARRIAGES. 

[Continued froHi Vol. Ill, page 171.] 

1803. Feb ly 10. Doct 1 Abner Page of New Durham and 

Hannah Tuexbmy of Hawke. 
Feb ry 19. Timothy Colby and Abigail Currier both of 

Newtown. 
Feb rv 20. Sam 1 Bartlett of Gilmanton and Dorothy Clem- 

ments of Hawke. 
March — John Davis Jim* of this Town and Hannah 

Gooding of East Kingston. 
April 6. Graves of South Hampton and Peggy 

Barstow of Exeter. 
May — Enoch Heath of Hampstead and Hannah Plum- 

mer of Hawke. 
Novem 1 17. Married Ben a Clifford of Dorchester and 

Nancy Currier of South Hampton. 
Decern 1 ' — Jabez Collins of Hampstead and Olive East- 
man of Hawke. 

1804. Jan ry 12. D 1 Flanders of South Hampton and Pris- 

cilla Bartlett of Hawke. (K. F. C. R., I: 255.) 
Feb ry 5. D 1 Israel Gale and Polly Greely both of East 

Kingston. 
Feb ry 26. Sam 1 Faver of New Chester and Hoppy Brown 

of this Town. 
Feb ly 25. Cartlan and Favour both of 

Newton. 
March 11. Joshua Whitcher and Lydia Poor both of 

Raymond. 
March 15. Moses Hook and Ruth Stewart both of Poplin. 
March 17. James Chase and Harriet Smith both of Poplin. 
April — Capt n Joseph Williams and Sally Blake both of 

Hawke. 
April — Thom s Fellows of Hawke and Sally Quinby 

of Hampstead. 
April — Israel Collins & Polly Pollard. 
May — Edward West of Poplin & Miriam Blasdel of 

this Town. 



174 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1804. May— David Bartlett & Polly Young. 

June 21. James Flanders and Polly Dimond both of 

Hawke. 
Se|)t r 12. Was Married .Moses Leavit of SanborntoD and 

Abigail Challis of Poplin. 
Nov 1 2. Levi Persons & Lois French. 
Nov 1 2. Nath 1 Stuart & Hannah Collins. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 256.) 
Nov r lo. Thorn 8 Davis and Miriam Martin. 
( )et l — Paul Chase & Polly Currier both of New Town. 
Nov r 15. Joshua Barstow of Exeter & Hannah Webster 

of East Kingston. 
Nov 16. Elliot of Haverhill and Nancy Nicholls 

of New Town. 

1805. Jan ,y 10. Nath 1 Sawyer of Plastow and Lydia 

Pierce of South Hampton. 
Jan* 5 ' 25. Abraham Quimby and Miriam Jones both of 

Springfield. 
Feb ry 3 d John Stewart of New Town and Abigail Dow 

of South Hampton. 
Feb ry — Daniel Peasly & Elizabeth Seecomb. 

April — Flanders & Tirza Sawyer. 

Andrew Judkins and Rebeccah Judkins both of South 

Hampton. 
June 24. M 1 Sam 1 Allen and Jemima C lough both of this 

town. 
July 4 th William Peasley of Newtown and Dorothy 

Campbel of Hawke. 
July 21. Aaron Quimby and Betsy Dymond both of 

Hawke. 
July 21. Moses Atwood & Sukey Gale both of this Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 257.) 

MARRIAGES BY REV. ELIHU THAYER. 

1805. July 28. John Woodman of Kingston and Nancy 
l'»;igley of Amesbury. 
August 4. John Currier and Polly Morrill both of East 

Kingston. 

Aug Bt 8. Ebenez r Bartlett of this town and Judith Colby 

of New Town. 
Aug 8 * 13. M<»ses Currier of South Hampton and Polly 

Carter of East Kingston. 



KINGSTON MARRIAGES. 175 

1805. Aug st 18. Sam 1 Pierce & Nancy Blaisdel both of 

South Hampton. 
Aug st 25. Jonathan Fellows & Elizabeth Clifford both of 

Kensington. 
Aug st 29. Joseph Daniels & Margaret Bazan both of 

Portsmouth. 
Sept r 20. Sam 1 Worthen of Candia & Sarah Brown of 

Poplin. (K. F. C. R., I: 156.) 

Oct 1 ' 9 th John Calef, Second, Sally Hanson of Epping. 
Oct 1 22. Hervey Maxcy of Union, Mass. and Sally East- 
man of this Town. 
Nov 1 ' 12 th Matthias Bartlett & Judith Rowell, both of 

New Town. 
Nov r 11. Ebenez 1 ' Clemment of Plastow & Sally Brown 

of Hawke. 
Nov 1 28 th Jacob Pollard & Sally Seecomb both of this 

Town. 
Nov 1 28 th Ebenez 1 ' Huse of Amesbury & Eliz a Peaslee of 

New Town. 
Decern 1 1. D 1 Timothy Til ton of Bridgwater & Jane 

Brown of this Town. 
Decern 1 12. Jon a White her and Polly Webster both of 

this Town. 
Decern 1 25. Amos Davis & Abigail Thomson, both of 

this Town. 

1806. Jan ly 18 th Sam 1 Tilton and Abigail Buzzel Both of 

East Kingston. 

Jan ry 30. Benj a Davis & Alice Silloway both of this Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 157.) 

Feb 17 20. Henry Smith of Raymond & Betty Scribner of 
Poplin. 

Feb 17 22. Daniel Ayers & Nancy Day both of Plastow. 

April 3 d Sam 1 Loud & Mary Gillman both of Exeter. 

April 15. Jacob Gale and Hannah Currier both of New 
Town. 

April 21. W m Collins and Sally Griffin Both of Hawke. 

May. 1 st M r Humphrey Noyes of Atkinson & M rs Susan- 
nah Johnson of this Town. 

May 1 st Jon a Martin of Atkinson & Mehitable Blake of 
Hawke. 

May 5. Sam 1 Stevens & Sally Savery both of this Town. 

June 1. James Hoit of Hopkinton and Hannah Gould of 
New Town. 



176 KINGSTON FIKST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1806. June 18. Peter Tewxbury of South Hampton & 

Nancy Farrington of Amesbnry. 
Oct r 19. Eli licit and Anna Favour both of Newtown. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 158.) 

1807. Jan rv 1. Aaron Patten & Sally Chase. 

Feb 1 * 3 d John Bartlett & Betsy Favour both of Newtown. 
April 7'" Benj a Gordon & Apphia Lovereign both of 

Exeter. 
April 18. Col" Levi Bartlett & Abigail Stevens both of 

this Town. 
March — Ebenez 1 Kimbal of New Town & Polly Lowel 

of Amesbnry. 
April 23. Jon a Greely of East Kingston & Polly Gould 

of New Town. 
June 1. John Could & Mary Griffin both of Exeter. 
Aug st — Jeremiah Brown & Nancy Hook both of Hawkr. 
Sept r 8. Married Jon a Sargeant and Miriam Currier both 

of New Town. 
Sept 1 " 15. John Jeffers of Plastow and Mary Colby of 

Kingston. 
Sept r — James Hook and Pamelia Spofford both of 

Hawke. 
Novem 1 26. Enoch Bagley & Sarah Colby both of New- 
Town. 
Nov 1 26. Joel Judkins and Nancy Dudley both of this 

Town 
Novem 1 26. Jonathan Young of this Town and Phebe 

Towle of Hawke. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 159.) 
Decern' 16. Married John Webster and Hannah Sweat. 
Decem r 30. Nathan Bachelor of Hawke and Abigail 

French of this Town. 

1808. Jan'> 4. Nehemiah Towle & Nabby S. Bean both of 

Hawke. 

Jan ry 13. Nathan Gould & Abigail Flanders both of 
South Hampton. 

•Ian ,v 13. Willoughby Colby of Newtown & Elizabeth 
Tuxbury of South Hampton. 

Jan ,y 24. M 1 Gideon Conner of Newbury, Mass. and Han- 
nah Sanborn of Fast Kingston. 

Feb. 24. Willet & Carter both of Exeter. 

Feb. 28. Philip Hunt and Nancy Merril both of this 
Town. 



KINGSTON MABKIAGES. 177 

1808. May — James Banks of Newburyport and Cath- 

erine Severance of this Town. 

May — Henry Webster & Sally Martin both of this 
Town. 

Jnne 3 d John Stevens of East Kingston and Polly See- 
comb of this Town. 

J im e — Reuben Dimond & Anna Tewksbnry both of 
Hawke. 

August 15. John Quinby of Brentwood and Elizabeth 
Gould of Newtown. 

Aug st 30. Sam 1 Hood & Polly Quinby both of Exeter. 

Sept 1 6. Joseph Williams Jim 1 and Elizabeth Blake both 
of Hawke. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 160.) 

Oct 1 11 th Joseph Colby & Jenne Flanders both of New- 
town. 

Nov 1 16. Caleb Peaslee & Dolly Chase both of Newtown. 

Nov 1 27. Sam 1 Eastm. 3 d and Salty Eastman both of 
Hawke. 

1809. Jan ly — Jeremiah Fisk of Deerfield and Polly 

Fifield of this Town. 
Feb ry — Nath 1 Webster and Lois Webster Both of East 

Kingston. 
April 5. Capt" Elisha Hood & Miriam Lock both of 

Poplin. 
April — John Merrill of Amesbury and Betsey French 

of this Town. 
April — Caleb Leucy & Polly Clark both of this Town. 

May — Israel Blak & Hunt both of Hawke. 

May — Harriman and Eaton both of 

Plastow. 
Nov 1 ' 23. Amos Davis of Plastow and Polly Colby of 

Newtown. 
Sept 1 ' — Benj a Webster of this Town and Sally Dearborn 

of Hawke. 
Oct r 19. Esman Colby and Polly Hoit. 
Oct r 30. Benf Silloway and Polly Davis both of this 

Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 161.) 
Decern 1 14. Josiah Greely and Sally Currier both of 

East Kingston. 

1810. Feb ry 20. Peter Eastman and Mary Barter. 
Feb ry 28. Moris Whitcher and Sarah Woodman. 



178 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1810. March 1, Dun id R. Emerson & Abigail Tewks- 

buiy of Hawke. 
May 8 ,h Doct' Joseph Eastman of Lowdon & Miriam 

Calef of East Kingston. 
May 17. Joseph French of South Hampton and Polly 

Stuart of Newtown. 
May 24. Gideon George and Sarah Woodward both of 

Hawke. 

June — M r Stone & M' s Griffin of Exeter. 

July 1. Robert Whitcher and Polly Farrien both of New- 
town. 
July 13. Sam 1 Stevins 2' 1 and Abigail Tappan, the latter 

of East Kingston. 
August 21. Benj a Sanborn & Hannah Fifield. 

(K. F. ('. R., I: 162.) 
Sept r 13 th John Bartlett of this Town & Polly Colby of 

Newtown. 
Sepf 30. Benaiah Spofford and Polly Page both of 

Hawke. 
Oct 1 5. Amos Trussel of Boscawen & Mary Whitcher of 

New Town. 
Nov r 6. Elijah Brown of Poplin & Miriam Quinby of 

Hawke. 
Nov 1 15. Cap" John Rogers and M ra Frances Gillman 

both of Exeter. 
Nov' 25. Israel Ingalls of Amesbury and Mary Currier 

Newtown. 
Nov r 25. Levi Sanborn of South Hampton and Polly 

Carter of East Kingston. 
Nov r 28. M r Curtis S. Chapin of Exeter & M n Mary 

Bussel of South Hampton. 
Decem r 15. Ebenez 1 George of Hawke & Tryphena Davis 

of this Town. 

1811. Jan 1 * 1. Jon a Dearborn & Sally Hill of Hawke. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 163.) 
Jan 1 * 24. Josiah Hook 3 rt & Mary Marshall both of 

Brentwood. 
Jan" 26. Timothy Boutelle Esq 1 of Waterville and 

Helen Rogers of Exeter. 
Feb ry 26. Moses Fifield & Susanna Quinby both of this 

Town. 
Sept r 6 th Robert Wallace of Raymond & Hannah Elkin* 

of this Town. 



KINGSTON MAEEIAGES. 179 

1811. Sept r 22. M r Josiah Fitts & M rs Susan Gale both 

of South Hampton. 

Nov r 12. Levi Veasy & Sally Janverin both of Kensing- 
ton. 

Novem 1 21. Amos Page of Atkinson & Sally Badger of 
this Town. 

Decern 1 26. Edward Stevens of Brentwood & Sally 
Wood of Poplin. 

Decern 1 29. Nath 1 Webster & Abigail M. Currier both of 
East Kingston. 

1812. Jan ry 2 a Ensign Daniel Colcord & Polly Woodman 

both of this Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 164.) 
Jan 17 23. Sam 1 Kelly of Amesbury and Miriam Silloway 

of this Town. 
Jan ry 26. Peter Judkins of Gilmanton and Abigail Web- 
ster of East Kingston. 
Feb 17 1. Enos Dole Wadleigh and Sally Colcord both of 

Brentwood. 
Feb 17 20. John Page of Hawke & Dorothy Sanborn of 

this Town. 
Feb ly 27. Joseph Chapman of Meredith & Olive Dustin 

of y s Town. 
April 2 d L 1 Thomas Cotton of Sanborn and M 1S Sarah 

Williams of Hawke. 
June 7. William Badger & Elizabeth Dearborn both of 

this Town. 
July 10. Edward Cheney and Sally Dearborn both of 

this Town. 

(K. F. C. R., I: 165.) 

MAEEIAGES BY EEV. JOHN TURNER. 

1818. Feb 10" 1 Jacob Tucker & Jane Healey both of this 

Town. 
May 3' 1 Moses Sanborn & Deborah Hoit both of this 

Town. 
Sep 1 27 th Jacob Willey & Hannah Stevens both of East 

Kingston. 
October 22 a Tappan Sargent of Amesbury & Maria Eaton 

of South Hampton. 
August 27 th Richard Lovering of Exeter & Martha Elliot 

of this Town, 



180 KINGSTON FIRST CHURCH RECORDS. 

1818. July 8 ,h Colcord Patten & Maria K. Fletcher of 

Newburyport. 

October 29" 1 Mood M. Hook & Sarah Sawyer both of 

Hawke. 
December 9 th Simeon Peaslee & Polly Sawyer both of 

Plaistow. 
December 21 s1 Josiah Sawyer of Deerfield & Joannah 

Sanborn of this Town. 

1819. Jan. 7 th Barns French & Dorothy Goodwin both of 

South Hampton. 
March 31 st Nathan Tuck of Brentwood & Rhoda French 

of Kensington. 
March 9 th Jacob Severance of this town & Jane Abbot 

of Salisbury. 
May 2 cl Robert French Smith of East Kingston & Are- 

mintha Sanborn of this Town. 
June 24 th William Merrel & Susan Jewell both of South 

Hampton. 
July — Moses Gordon & Rhoda Flanders both of South 

Hampton. 
September 19 th Samuel Gould & Molly Hoit both of 

Newtown. 
December l sl Anthony Kelly & Sarah Colby both of 

Newtown. (K. F. C. R., I: 120.) 

1820. February 22' 1 Daniel Hoit & Sarah Bagley both of 

Newtown. 
Feb. 24'" Thomas Coggswell of Atkinson & Polly Noyes 

of Plaistow. 
24"' Henry Collins & Rachel Sanborn both of Hawke. 
March 2 <l Peter Sanborn & Lucinda Collins both of 

Hawke. 
March 9" 1 Phinehas Parker & Abigail Tucker both of 

this Town. 
May 7 th Lowel Atwood of Hampstead & Ruth Ferren of 

Sandown. 
June 18 th John Stevens & Hannah Smith both of this 

Town. 
August 17'" Moses Collins & Hannah Page both of 

Hawke. 
July 10 ,h Henry Elkins & Susanna Clough both of 

Hawke. 
October 15 th Elisha Bachelor & Ruth Prescot both of 

Hawke. 



MARRIAGES BY RET. JOHN OSBORNE, 

LEE, K H. 



DATES OF CERTIFICATES. 
[Continued from Vol. IV, page 130.] 

1818. Aug. 27. Benjamin Dow, Epping to Sucky Law- 

rence, Lee. 

April 2. James Glidden to Abigail Stevens, both of Lee. 

Jan. 1 st Jonathan Prescott to Mary Allen, of Lee, the 
former of Epping. 

March 10. Micajah Bickford, of Barnstead to Sally Rol- 
lins, of Lee. 

May 24. Ebenezer C. Smith to Deborah Pendergast, both 
of Barrington. 

Oct. 28. Charles Foster to Deborah Durgin, both resided 
at Durham. 

Oct. 5. Nicholas N. Durall to Mercy True, both of Lee. 

May 27. Edmund Wentworth to Eliza Lang, residents 
of Portsmouth. 

Oct. 12. James Smart to Lois Glover, both of Durham. 

1819. January 25. Then married John Shackford to Lydia 

Chapman, both of Newmarket. 

Jan. 11. Nath 1 Young of Newmarket to Mary Cram of Lee. 

Apl. 24. Mark Hill, of Lee to Sally Peirce, of Barrington. 

May 24. William Pike to Elizabeth Hilton, both of New- 
market. 

May 27. Then married Joshua Doe, of Durham to Nan- 
cy Torr, of Newmarket. 

May 6. John Glass, of Nottingham to Abigail Demeritt, 
of Durham. 

Sept. 30. Then married Morris Dearborn, of Effingham 
to Abigail Bracket, of Lee. 

Sept. 30. Timothy Hill to Mary Layne, both of this town. 

Oct. 18. Joshua Holms to Mehitable Fernald, both of 
Lee. 

Nov. 7. John Mugridge, of Portsmouth to Hannah Smith, 
of Newmarket. 

April 30. Solomon Davis, 2 d , of Nottingham to Abigail 
Hall, of Barrington. 



182 LEE MAKKIAGES. 

1819. Aug. 15. William Durgin, of Stratham to Eunice 

Yarney, of Stratham. 
Aug. 13. John Pendergast to Mary Williams, both of 
Lee. 

1820. Nov. 6. Then married Samuel Mathes, Jr. to Caro- 

line Durell, both of Lee. 
Robert Willey to Hannah Appleton, both of Durham. 
George Gerrish, Northwood to Elizabeth Emerson, 
of Lee. 

June 6. Jedediah Bean, of Nottingham to Jane McDon- 
ald, of Harrington. 

May 10. Joseph Tash to Lucy M. Walker, both of Dur- 
ham. 

April 2. John D}er, of Epsom to Hannah Welch, of 
Nottingham. 

July 10. Joab B. Virgin to Olive Jenness, both of 
Northwood. 

Feb. 15. Then married Levi Fletcher, of Mt. Vernon, Me. 
to Susan Laskey, of Lee. 

March 24. Elijah French to Martha Footman, both of 
Durham. 

March 24. Jacob Johnson to Eliza Crumet, both of Dur- 
ham. 

Jan y 29. Joel P. Tibbetts to Mehitable Pickering, both 
of Newmarket. 

Feb y 7. Eliphalet York to Mary Frost Durgin, both of Lee. 

Nov. 9. Hopley Demeritt, of Madbury to Abigail Snell, 
of Lee. 

Aug. 30. Ebenezer L. Ben net, of Northwood to Mrs. 
Catherine Stevens, of Lee. 

July 25. John Shaw, of Epping to Abigail Runnels, of 
Lee. 

Dec. — Jonathan Foy, of Barrington to Susan Stokes, of 
Durham. 

Oct. 28. William Lane to Charlotte Hill, both of Lee. 

June 26. Joseph Jacobs, of Dover to M rs Ann Jackson, 
of Lee. 

Sept. 9. Joseph Cilley, of Epping to Alice Burnham, of 
Lee. 

Aug. 16. David Murray to Betsy French, both of New- 
market. 

1821. Aug. 13. Silas Noble, of Lee to Sally Sanborn, of 

Newmarket. 



LEE MARRIAGES. 183 

1821. Dec. 29. Samuel Osborne to Sally Chritchesson, 

both of Lee. 

Oct. 27. Stephen Bodge, of Madbury to Sally Williams, 
of Lee. 

Nov. 28. Rufus Willey to Susan Dane, both of Durham. 

Jan. 15. Thomas Parsons, of Gilmanton to Betsy Simp- 
son, of Nottingham. 

Jan. 12. Stephen A. Willey to Abigail Sherburne, both 
of Newmarket. 

Jan. 23. Nathan Smith, of Brentwood to Sally Tuttle, of 
Lee. 

Oct. 27. Daniel W. Bartlett to Nancy M c Daniel, both of 
Nottingham. 

Nov. 12. Enoch Butler, of Deerfield to Sally Maiden, of 
Lee. 

Sept. 17. Newman Durell, of Newmarket to Sally N. Os- 
borne, of Lee. 

Ma} T 14. Samuel Savage, Durham to Eliza Chapman, 
Newmarket. 

Sept. — Richard Kent to Love Bickford, both of Durham. 

Feb. — James Williams to Esther Randell, both of Lee. 

Dec. 4. Samuel French, Jr. to Sally French, both of Not- 
tingham. 

Oct. 22. Edmund Pendergast, of Durham to Elizabeth 
Churchill, Newmarket. 

July 30. Levi Tuttle to Abigail Stokes, both of Durham. 

April 9. Jonathan Langmade [Langmaid] to Sarah 
French, both of Newmarket. 

1822. Jan. 21. Then married Taylor Page, of Lee to Mar- 

tha H. Goodwin, of Newmarket. 

March 18. George Gopell[?] to Eliza Torr, both of New- 
market. 

Feb. 11. Ebenezer Chapman to Deborah Bennet, both of 
Newmarket. 

Jan. 16. Jonathan Thompson to Elizabeth Rendel, both 
of Lee. 

Feb. 4. Joseph Hayes, of Nottingham to Clarissa Cas- 
well, of Barrington. 
Joel Morrison to Harriet Bartlett, both of Barrington. 

Sept. 25. Jonathan Woodman, Lee to Martha Davis, of 
Barrington. 

1823. Sept. 5. Samuel Allen, of Lee to Harriet Leighton, 

of Barrington. 



184 LEE MARRIAGES. 

1823. Sept, 9. Oliver Jones, Dover to Mary Jane Doe, 

Newmarket. 
Oct. 5. Jeremiah Ryan, of Salisbury to Betsey Glidden, 

of Lee. 
Nov. 17. Josiah Woodman to Nancy Langley, botli of 

Nottingham. 
Sept. 26. William Caldwell, of Barrington to Abigail 

Tebbets, of Madbnry. 
Oct. 20. D 1 John Torr to Sarah Virgin, both of North- 
wood. 
Oct. 30. Sam 1 Glass, Esq 1 ', of Nottingham to Susan Y. 

Demeritt, of Madbury. 
Jan y 4. Caleb Creasey, of M* Vernon, (Maine) to Joanna 

Fletcher, of Lee. 
Dec. 18. Joseph A. Walker, of Barnstead to Abigail 

Murray, Newmarket. 
March 11. Thomas Langley, of Lee to Pamela Jones, of 

Barrington. 
Sept. 23. Eliphalet Dearborn, of Epping to Sally Hilton, 

of Newmarket. 
May 3. Vincent Torr, of Newmarket to Susan Spinney, 

of Durham. 
Jan. 1. Samuel Hayes to Mary Huckins, both of Notting- 
ham. 
Jan. 7. Moses Thompson, of Durham to Drusilla Ewer, 

of Newmarket. 
Jan. 4. Pelatiah Jones, of Lee to Sophia T. Demeritt, of 

Nottingham. 
Jan. 16. Olando Langley, of Lee to Harriet Walker, of 

Durham. 
March 1. John Wood to Lydia Doe, both of Newmarket. 

1824. Dec. 13. Calvin Corson, of New Durham to Lucin- 

da Peavey, of Wolfborough — in Dover Jail. 
May 27. Samuel Hills, of Epping to Mary Burleigh, of 

Lee. 
Sept. 3. Then married John Pearson to Eliza Ann Sims, 

both of Lee. 
Oct. 26. David S. Norton, of Stratham to Sophia Doe, 

Newmarket. 
Aug. 27. Stevens Durgin to Sally York, both of Lee. 
Sept. 17. Dea. Job Randell to Mary Langley, both of Lee. 
Oct. 11. Timothy Moses, Esq., of Lee to Betsy Moses, 

of Durham. 



LEE MARRIAGES. 185 

1824. Jan. 18. John Pinkham to M rs Elizabeth Doe, both 

of Newmarket. 

May 27. Gorom W. Hoit, of Lee to Abigail P. Lock, of 
Barrington. 

Aug. 13. Then married William Chesley, of Durham to 
Abigail Flanders, of Lee. 

Nov. 15. Gordon Lawrence to Sally Doe, both of Epping. 
John S. Bryant to Mary Willy, both of Lee. 

Nov. 8. James P. Hanscomb to Deborah W. Doe, both 
of Newmarket. 

Dec. 19. David Dyer, of Loudon to Sally Hayes, of Not- 
tingham. 

May 1. John Edgerly, of Durham to M 1S Joannah Fox, 
of Nottingham. 

1825. Feb. 7. Then married Henry P. Wiggin to Char- 

lotte M c Coy, both of Newmarket. 

Nov. 9. Robert Goodwin to Sarah Stillson, of Durham. 

Sept. 18. John Gerrish, of Northwood to Hannah Lucy, 
of Nottingham. 

Sept. 18. John Sawyer, of Dover to Eunice Page, of Lee. 

Oct. 17. Joseph Demeritt to Sally Colcord, both of Not- 
tingham. 

Nov. 12. Then married John Rendell to M ls Hannah 
Giles, both of Lee. 

Aug. 19. Joseph Watson to Mary Dearborn, both of 
Newmarket. 

Oct. 22. James Chapman, of Newmarket to Eliza Ann 
Bunker, of Durham. 

1826. July 9. Then married Hayes Daniels to Mehitable 

Daniels, both of Dover. 

Jan. 8. Daniel Dodge -to Neinna C. Paul, both of New- 
market. 

April 3. John Sawyer, of Deerfleld to Clarissa Chesley, 
of Durham, 

Jan. 10. Winthrop S. Hilton, of Newmarket to Dolley 
Ladd, of Epping. 

March 7. Joseph Jenkins to Eliza Davis, both of Lee. 

Nov. 8. Thomas Lucey to Drusilla Witham, both of Not- 
tingham. 

Nov. 18. David Glass to Mary Welch, both of the town 
of Nottingham. 

Dec. 15. Then married James Hanscom to Martha Ann 
Hilton, both of Newmarket. 



186 LEE MARRIAGES. 

1826. April 14. John 11. Bennet to Caroline Cheswell, 

both of Newmarket. 
Dec. 16. Benjamin Berry, of New Durham to M" Mary 

Garland, of Durham. 
Aug. 16. Alphonso Clay to Ester Lomes, both of Lee. 
Jiuie 18. Joseph H. Hanscom to Maria Smith, both of 

Newmarket. 
Sept. 5. Ebenezer Whitehouse to M 1S Mary Gray, both 

of Lee. 

1827. Jan. 1. Then married Nath 1 Norton, of Newmarket 

to M rs Betsey Muses, of Durham. 

Sept. 7. Mr. Hervey Allen to Louisa Doe, both of New- 
market. 

Nov. 29. John M. Towle to Mary S. Pinder, both of 
Newmarke"t. 

Dee. 22. M 1 Paul L. Brewster, of Strafford to Susanna 
Wiggin, of Lee. 

Oct. 16. Samuel Jones, of Nottingham to Elizabeth Gar- 
land, of Durham. 

Jan. 15. William Badger to Mary S. J03*, both of New- 
market. 

Jan. 28. Seth Torr to Mary Ann Willey, both of New- 
market. 

Jan. 22. Daniel B. Stilson to Mary Jane French, both of 
Lee. 

1828. Feb. 17. Then married John Mace to Rebecca 

Wedgwood, both of Exeter. 

March 2. Jacob Edgerly, of Durham to Susanna Chap- 
man, of Durham. 

April 22. Mark Nutter, of Newington to Abigail Hilton, 
of Newmarket. 

April 27. Gideon Batchelder to Mary \V. Chapman, both 
of Nottingham. 

April 30. John Hubbard White to Rebecca E. Wheeler 
Pierce, both of Dover. 

August 31. Mr. Arthur Bennet to Miss Clarissa P. 
Smart, both of NeAvmarket. 

Oct. 5. Then joined in marriage Benjamin Norton and 
Sally Goodwin, both of Newmarket. 

Oct. ^^Then joined in marriage M' Jesse Ingalls Mathes 
to Adeline Elizabeth Osborne. 
Mr. Daniel Tuttle to Nancy Scales, both of Notting- 
ham. 



LEE MARRIAGES. • 187 

1828. Oct. 26. Mr. John B. Burleigh to Lydia Caverly, 

both of Newmarket. 

1829. May 3. John Osborne Wiggin to Martha T. Wiggin, 

both of Newmarket. 

May 3. Mr. Josiah Woodman, of Nottingham to Eliza- 
beth Williams, of Lee. 

May 11. Abraham Batchelder Jr., of North wood to M rs 
Elizabeth Hoitt, of Lee. 

May 11. Mr. John Shaw to Miss Eliza Joy, both of 
Northwood. 

May 11. Mr. Benjamin Jewell, of Nottingham to Miss 
Fanny Shaw, of Northwood. 

May 13. Capt. Andrew Doe, of Newmarket to Miss Mary 
Ann Tuttle, of Durham. 

June 18. Mr. Jacob Greely, of Gorham, State of Maine 
to Martha Bartlett, of Nottingham. 

June 23. Married Capt. Ebenezer Welch to Miss Sarah 
Daniels, both of Durham. 

Aug. 2. Then married Mr. Asa Sanborn to Miss Hannah 
Meserve, both of Newmarket. 

Aug. 31. Then married M r Samuel Davis, of Water- 
borough, State of Maine to Eliza Wiggin, of Dur- 
ham. 

Nov. 17. Then married Mr. Garland Smith, of Barring- 
ton to Miss Nancy Cheney, of Madbury. 

1830. Feb. 11. Then married John Randell, 3 d to Hannah 

Langley, both of Lee. 

Feb. 22. Then joined in marriage Stephen J. Thompson 
and Nancy Griffin, both of Lee. 

Feb. 25. Then joined in marriage William Lock to Sally 
P. Dame, both of Lee. 

March 31. Then joined in marriage James Pendergast, of 
Durham to Mary Hill, of Nottingham. 

May 6. Then married Mr. Solomon Wheat to Miss Deb- 
orah Ryan. 

May 10. Then joined in marriage Mr. William Norris, of 
Nottingham to Miss Abigail L. Cartland, of Lee. 

May 20. Then joined in marriage Nath 1 Churchill & 
Sophia King, of Newmarket. 

May 20. James W. Smith & Eliza Ann Smart, of New- 
market. 

May 20. Joseph Smith & Emeline Edgerly, of New- 
market. 



188 LEE MARRIAGES. 

1830. May 29. Then joined in marriage Mr. Abner F. 

Mace to Mishael B. Wedgwood, the former of 
Hampton, the latter of Newmarket. 
Sept. 8. Then married Wentworth C. Davis to Deborah 
Davis, both of Dover. 

1831. April 14. Then joined in Marriage Major Francis 

Augustus Allen, of Sanford, Maine to Miss Rowena 

Paine, daughter of John Paine, Esq. of Newmarket. 
June 12. Then joined in marriage Benjamin T. Speed to 

Abigail Speed, both of Newmarket. 
July 10. Mr. Levi Champion, of Lowell, Mass. to Nancy 

Doe, of Lee. 
Nov. 3. Then married Mr. Moses Davis, of Lee to Miss 

Ruth M. Hill, of Epping. 
Nov. 24. Then married Stevens Durgan and Hannah 

Keniston, both of Lee. 
Dec. 11. Then joined in marriage Mr. Reuben Mathes 

and Miss Lydia Ann Stevens, both of Lee. 
Dec. 28. Then joined in marriage Mr. Jonathan Burley 

and Miss Sally C. Neal, both of Newmarket. 

1832. January 26. Then joined in marriage Simeon Otis, 

Esq. to Catherine Jenkins. 
Jan. 31. Then joined in marriage Mr. George W. Allen 
and Mrs. Susan C. Brewster, both of this town. 
[The End.] 

Correction. The words (Exeter man) in 28th line, page 
125, Vol. IV, should read (Exeter, Maine). — Ed. 



QUERIES. 

74. Williams. — Chase Williams, born probably in Hamp- 
ton Falls in 1749, was the father of Walter Williams who 
married Abigail Marshall all of Hampton Falls. Can any 
one furnish the maiden name of his wife and her ancestry? 
Did Chase Williams render service of any kind during the 
American Revolution? Chase Williams was the son of Wal- 
ter and Mary (Milliard) Williams and the grandson of Ed- 
ward and Mary (Swaine) Williams. Who were the ances- 
tors of Edward Williams? (Miss) Lillian A. Norton. 

1949 Biltmore Street, N. W., Washington, 1). ('. 

75. Evans. — Wanted, the parentage of Capt. Hopley 
Yeaton. His first wife was Comfort Marshall. Did they 



QUEEIES. 189 

have a daughter Comfort and did she marry, if so, whom? 
Did their son Hopley marry, if so, whom? 

R. W. Sawyer. 
Bangor, Me. 

76. Kenny. — Stephen Kenny, of Meredith, N. H., born 
July 5, 1771; married February 15, 1797, (or January 14, 
1798,) Hannah Hawkins, who was born April 8, 1775, and 
died at Meredith, November 17, 1860. He died at Meredith, 
December 14, 1847, leaving three children, Mehitable, True- 
worthy and Patience Kenny. Wanted the ancestry of Ste- 
phen Kenny and Hannah Hawkins. 

Bean. — Major William Bean, of Moultonborough, N. H., 
born August 4, 1770; married, about 1797, Mary Alls, who 
was born March 23, 1771, and died March 1, 1840. He died 
January 26, 1819, leaving four children, Horatio Nelson, 
Mary, Hiram Rollins, and Lettice Alls Bean. Wanted, the 
ancestry of Major William Bean and Mary (Alls) Bean. 

Harvey L. Currier. 

385 Central St., Manchester, N. H. 

77. No well. — For some time I have been collecting data 
regarding the Nowell family, particularly the descendants of 
Capt. Peter Nowell, of York, Maine and should be pleased to 
receive information, and to correspond with members of this 
family. There is not much information available in refer- 
ence to the later generations, and must be collected from 
members, of the family, who have records and facts in their 
possession. Capt. Peter Nowell born 1670, probably in the 
Isle of Jersey in the English Channel, removed from Salem, 
Mass. to York, Me. in summer of 1695. He married in 
1698, Sarah, daughter of Peter and Mary (Davis) Weare, of 
York, born January, 1676, died September 13, 1729; married 
secondly Mary Preble, widow of Abraham Preble, February 
19, 1730. He was very prominent in the history of York 
and died May 10, 1740, leaving a family of six sons and 
three daughters. Their names were as follows: 

1. Peter, born February 24, 1698/9; died young. 

2. Sarah, born June 29, 1700; married Capt. Jonathan Bane. 

3. Mary, born July 15, 1702; married Capt. John Lane. 

4. John, "Deacon", born March 18, 1705; m. Tabitha Came. 

5. Peter, born 1707; m. Lydia Junkins. 

6. Ebenezer, born Nov. 12, 1709; m. Patience Hamilton. 

7. Abraham, born Feb. 28, 1711/12; m. Humility Preble. 

8. Paul, born 1714; m. Mary Rutting. 



190 QUERIES. 

9. Silas, born 1719: m. 1st Hannah Came; 2nd Rachel Wal- 

lingford, daughter of Judge Thomas Wallingford of 
Somersworth, N. H. 

10. Esther, born .July 12, 1721. 

Descendants of Ebenezer and Silas lived in Berwick, Me., 
nearly all persons of the name coming from Maine or New 
Hampshire probably descend from Capt. Peter. There was 
likely some relationship between Capt. Peter Nowell and In- 
crease Nowell, Secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 
who came with Winthrop in 1630, but this has never been 
established. 

1 1 erbert C. Varney. 

743 Iglehart St., St. Paul, Minn. 

78. Quimby. — Wanted, the ancestry of Miriam Quimby. 
of Kingston, N. H. She married Stephen Eastman, of 
Hawke, March 1, 1769? She probably had relatives, or de- 
seendents, Laban and Jacob. 

(Rev.) S. E. Quimby. 
Station A, Deny, N. II. 

79. Evans. — Wanted, the ancestry of Judge Ethni 
Evans, born in Hinsdale, N. H., in 1770. He became the pi- 
oneer and founder of Evans Mills, N. Y., in 1804. Hi 1 mar- 
ried 1st, Coffeen [Coffin?]; 2d, Widow Lathrop; 3d, 

Widow Treat. Children: Omrod, Alcesta, Civilian, Polly A. 
and Almeda. He had brothers: Eldad, Silvanus. 

Minnie L. Kellogg. 
Local History Dep't, Syracuse Public Library, 

Syracuse, X. Y. 

80. MORSE. — Sarah Morse of Newbury, or Newburyport, 
Mass. was born Jan. 23, 1722/3; married June 27, 1749, 
Joseph Munson of Scarborough, Me. She was daughter of 
Samuel, born Dec. 7, 1688, and Elizabeth, daughter of Capt. 
Hugh and Sarah (Moody) Morse and granddaughter of Dea- 
con Benjamin, born March 28, 1640, married Aug. 26, 1667, 
Ruth Sawyer Morse, and great-granddaughter of Anthony 
and Mary Morse. Can some one inform me where Joseph 
and Sarah (Morse) Munson lived previous to 1765, when 
they went to Machias, Me., with the first settlers of that place: 
also the date and place of birth, marriage and death of their 
four sons, Stephen, who married Sarah Foster; Joseph, Jr., 
who married Ann Woodruff: John, who married Sarah Niles, 
May 18, 1783; and Robert, who married Ruth Eliot? 

Foster.— Woodkuff.— Niles. — Elliot. — Wanted, the 



QUERIES. 191 

ancestors and where they lived of Sarah Foster, who married 
Stephen Munson; of Ann Woodruff, who married Joseph 
Munson; of Sarah Niles, who married John Munson; and of 
Ruth Eliot, who married Robert Munson. It is probable the 
latter couple were married in Scarborough or Machias, Me. 

Gray.— Maker. — Ramsdell. — John Maker of Cutler, 
Me., about 1785 to 1810 or 1815, married Molly Gray, who 
is said to have been of a wealthy Irish noble family, and ran 
away from home, coming to America. She landed at Cutler 
and became the wife of John Maker. Can some one enlight- 
en me on the ancestors of Moll}' Gray? John Maker is said 
to have gone from Cape Cod to Cutler about 1775 to 1785. 
Was there a Maker family on Cape Cod at this time, and 
does anybody know of a family of Makers in which there 
was a John? This John and Molly had among others a son 
Reuben Maker, who was born in Cutler, Me., and married a 
Betsy Ramsdell, March 22, 1819, at Cutler. Betsy Ramsdell 
was the daughter of Bartlett and Emma (Bean) Ramsdell of 
Harrington, Me., and later of Cutler. Bartlett Ramsdell 
was a schoolmaster, born Feb. 18, 1770; married April 14, 
1795, died Jan. 25, 1832. Emma (Bean) Ramsdell, his 
wife, was born Dec. 6, 1773; died July 22, 1814. Can some 
one inform me who were Bartlett Ramsdell's ancestors, also 
who were Emma (Bean) Ramsdell's ancestors? 

Cutts.- — Richard Cutts of Essex, Eng., father of John 1 , 
Richard 1 and Robert 1 , who came to New England, was a 
member of Oliver Cromwell's Parliament. He died in 1654. 
John 1 was of Portsmouth, N. H. Richard 1 was of Ports- 
mouth and Isles of Shoals, where he was a fishing merchant. 
Robert 1 was of Portsmouth, then Barbadoes. Can anyone in- 
form me, whom Richard 1 , the fishing merchant of Portsmouth 
and Isles of Shoals, married, and who his wife's parents 
were? 

Butterworth. — On page 227, Vol. Ill, "Mayflower De- 
scendants," among a list of inhabitants of Rehoboth, Mass., 
who petitioned Gov. Bradford concerning the division of land 
between the town of Rehoboth and Captain Miles Standish, 
dated June 28, 1653, are the following names: John Butter- 
worth, Robert Martin, William Sabin and Nicholas Ide. 
Was this John Butterworth the father of Mary, who married 
Sampson Mason of Rehoboth about 1650? 

Martin. — Was Robert Martin the grandfather of Mary 
Martin, who married Hezekiah Horton? 



192 DONATIONS. 

Sabin. — Was William Sabin grandfather of Elizabeth 
Sabin, who married Robert Miller? 

Ide. — Was Nicholas Ide the husband of Mrs. Ide, who 
married Thomas Bliss? Albert C. Mason. 

Franklin, Mass. 

72. Leavitt. — (Note.) — Since publishing Query No. 
72, the address of the writer of that query has been received; 
address all communications to John S. Leavitt. 

51 Warren St., West Medford, Mass. 



ANSWER TO QUERY. 

80. Martin. — Henry J. Martin in his "Martin Genealo- 
gy" sa} 7 s that Mary Martin married Hezekiah Horton, Dec. 
23, 1735, and that she was born March 17, 1715 and was 
daughter of John 3 Martin by his second wife Mercy, who 
was the widow of Richard Thurber. Mary Martin was 
granddaughter of John 2 and Joanna (Esten) Martin and 
great-granddaughter of Richard 1 Martin of Rehoboth, Mass. 



DONATIONS. 

During the last three months the New Hampshire Genea- 
logical Society has received the following donations in books 
and pamphlets, for which I am directed to present the grate- 
ful thanks of the society. 

Donors. 

Fred E. Quimby, Esq., 

Mrs. Hannah 0. Tibbetts, 

Miss Hannah G. Robinson, 

Dr. Samuel A. Green, 

George W. Chamberlain, Esq., 

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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Abbott, Jane, 180. 

Samuel, 119. 
Adams, Abigail, 64, 106, 108, 110, 
154, 158. 

Benjamin, 63, 64, 106, 107, 108, 
110, 112, 152, 155, 156, 158. 

Dudley G., 107. 

Ebenezer, 60, 105, 110. 

Elizabeth, 106, 153. 

Ezekiel G., 61. 

James, 64. 

Joanna, 64, 105, 107, 110, 111, 
153, 154, 156, 158. 

John, 50, 111. 

Joseph, 61, 62, 63, 64, 105, 107, 
110, 111, 153, 154, 156, 158. 

Lois, 110. 

Mary, 112. 

Mrs., 62. 

Nathan W., 108, 152. 

Nathaniel, 158. 

Ruth W., 110. 

Samuel, 110. 

Thomas, 57. 

William, 110. 
Akerman, Benjamin, 56, 98. 

Elizabeth, 51, 56. 

Hannah, 104. 

Mary, 56. 

Mr., 100. 

Phebe, 101. 

Sarah, 56, 103. 
Alcock, Benjamin, 104. 

Elizabeth, 52. 

Joanna, 101. 

Job, 49. 

Joseph, 101. 

Keturah, 101. 

Samuel, 52. 
Alen, see Allen. 
Alexander, Henry, 104. 

Jemima, 101. 

John, 103. 

Thomas, 101. 
Alkins, see Elkins. 
Allard, Grace, 13. 
Allen, Abigail, 150. 

Ann, 12. 

Anne, 39. 

Bathsheba, 43. 

Content, 43. 

Daniel, 39, 



Allen, Desire, 43. 

Dorcas, 44. 

Edmund, 43. 

Elijah, 39, 70. 

Elizabeth, 11, 41, 43, 70. 

Ephraim, 39. 

Ezekiel, 43. 

Francis, 44. 

Francis A., 188. 

George W., 188. 

Hervey, 186. 

Jacob, 11, 39. 

James, 147. 

Jedediah, 44. 

Jerusha, 43. 

John, 150. 

Jonathan, 39. 

Joshua, 148. 

Leah, 11. 

Lydia, 38, 44, 124. 

Mandland, 101. 

Martha, 146. 

Mary, 11, 43, 181. 

Mercy, 151. 

Miss, 146. 

Rachel, 10. 

Ruth, 43, 44. 

Samuel, 147, 183. 

Sarah, 43, 44, 70, 159. 
Allin, see Allen. 
Alls, Mary, 189. 
Almerry, George, 102. 

Martha, 100. 

Mary, 101, 103. 

Mr., 100. 

Robert, 100, 101. 
Amblar, John, 12. 
Ames, Katherine, 134. 

Mary, 89. 
Anderson, Mr., 1. 
Andrews, Edward, 13. 
Applebee, Elizabeth, 79. 
Appleton, Hannah, 182. 
Ash, Judith, 146. 
Atwood, Lowell, 180. 

Moses, 174. 
Auderway, Sarah B., 130. 
Austin, Abigail, 159. 

Andrew, 69, 70. 

Anne, 40, 70, 121, 124, 159. 

Benjamin, 68. 

Catherine, 67. 



194 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Austin, Cato, 31. 

Elijah, 121, 122. 

Elizabeth. 68, 70, 122, 124. 

Hannah, 122. 

James, 60, 

John, 66, 69. 

Kezia, 122. 

Lydia, 121. 

Mary, 39, 70, 124. 

Mercy, 70. 

Moses, 124. 

Nathaniel, 40, 41, 67. 69. 

Nicholas, 40, 70. 

Paul, 159. 

Phebe, 122. 

Priscilla, 67. 

Rebecca, 38, 70. 

Rose, 4.".. 

Samuel, 159. 

Sarah, 70, 121, 123, 124. 

Solomon, 159. 

Stephen, 159. 

William, 159. 
Avery, Daniel, 116. 

Lydia, 75. 

Nathan, 86. 

Thomas, 11. 
Ayer, see Ayers. 
Ayers, Abia, 52. 

Abigail, 98. 
Abraham, 101. 

Daniel, 175. 

Edward, 14, 16, 17, 19. 

Elizabeth, 58, 101. 

George, 99, 102. 

Hopley, 54. 

John, 52, 100. 

Mary, 16, 17, 19,52, -54,98. in*. 

112. 
Mehitable, 19. 
Phebe, 52. 
Ruth, 16, 08. 
Samuel, 103. 
Sarah, 98. 
Susanna, 53, 103. 
Thomas, 98, 112. 
Timothy, 136. 
William, 54, 98. 
Babb, Benjamin, 149. 
Isaiah, 56. 
Muses, 150. 
Susanna, 118. 
Thomas, 147. 
Babson, Joseph, 76. 
Badger, Eleanor, 77. 
Hannah C, 03. 
James. 93. 
John C, 94, 96. 
John E., 93. 



Badger, Joseph, 93. 
Leander, 93. 
Nancy, 93. 
Nathaniel E., 93. 
Samuel, 93. 
Sarah, 179. 
Stephen, 93. 
Thomas, 93. 
Warren, 93. 
William, 03, 179, 186. 
Barjir, see Badger. 
Bagley, Enoch, 176. 
Nancy, 174. 
Sarah, 180. 
Baikie, Anna, 3. 
Barbara, 3. 
Elspeth, 3. 
James. :'.. 
Katherine, 3. 
Marjorie, 3. 
Bainbridge, Capt., 6. 
Baker, Benjamin, 168. 

Bethulia, 51. 
Balch, Benjamin, 31. 
Israel, 31. 
Thomas, 31. 
Balden, Thomas, 1">. 
Balfour, Barbara, 3. 
George, 3. 
James, 1. 
Marjorie, 3. 
Ball, Sarah, 52. 
Ballenden, Margaret, 3. 
Bamford, Elizabeth. 46. 

Ruth, 76. 
Bampton, Ambrose. 40. 
Anna, 40. 
Hannah, 40. 
John, 40. 
Mary, 40. 
Nathaniel, 40. 
Bane, see Bean. 
Bangs, Chipman, 31. 
Banfield, Abigail, 53. 

Elizabeth, 84. 
Banks, .James, 177. 
Barbar, see Barber. 
Barber, Deborah. 131. 
John, 148. 
Joseph, 146. 
Katherine, 169. 
Nancy, 136. 
Barker, Deborah. 90. 
Mary L., 24. 
Sarah, 88. 
Susanna, 86. 
Thomas, 31. 
Barnes. Elizabeth, 13. 
Barstow, Joshua, 174. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



195 



Barstow, Margaret, 173. 
Barter, Mary, 177. 

Nancy, 125. 
Bartlett, Daniel W., 183. 

David, 174. 

Ebenezer, 174. 

Harriet, 183. 

James, 80. 

John, 91, 132, 176, 178. 

Jonathan, 80. 

Joseph, 132. 

Josiah, 21, 117. 

Levi, 176. 

Martha, 187. 

Matthias, 175. 

Nehemiah, 132. 

Priscilla, 173. 

Samuel, 173. 

Sarah, 21, 131. 

Thomas, 78. 

William, 79. 
Batchelder, Abigail, 115. 

Abraham, 187. 

A. S., 96. 

Elisha, 180. 

Ephraim, 91. 

Gideon, 186. 

John, 130. 

Mary, 89. 

Nathan, 90, 176. 

Page, 125. 

Samuel, 85, 131. 
Batchelor, see Batchelder. 
Bathorick, Abel, 32. 
Bazen, Margaret, 175. 
Beal, Ebenezer, 31. 
Bean, Abigail S., 176. 

Elizabeth, 69, 89. 

Elsie, 89. 

Emma, 191. 

Hannah, 86, 161. 

Hiram R., 189. 

Horatio N., 189. 

Jedediah, 182. 

Joanna, 132. 

Jonathan, 189. 

Lettice A., 189. 

Mary, 91, 189. 

Mary A., 189. 

Richard, 88. 

Saiah, 85. 

William, 189. 
Beard, Easter, 13. 

Hester, 12. 

Joseph, 11. 

Mary, 9. 
Beck, Abigail, 125. 

Caleb, 58. 

Elizabeth, 51, 53. 



Beck, Joseph, 76. 

Samuel, 125. 

Thomas, 50, 53. 
Beda, see Beede. 
Beede, Cyrus, 119. 

Daniel, 68. 

Eli, 91. 

Joanna, 131. 
Bedell, Isabel, 46. 

Robert, 46. 
Beedle, see Bedell. 
Bell, Mr., 2. 
Bennett, Abigail, 93. 

Arthur, 186. 

Deborah, 183. 

Ebenezer L., 182. 

John H., 186. 

Martha, 126. 

Mary, 57, 80. 

Sarah, 77, 130. 
Benson, Anna P., 112. 

Hannah, 60. 

Henry, 98. 

James, 110. 

Joanna, 112. 

John, 110, 112. 

Joseph, 112. 

Mary, 98, 107. 

Mercy, 98. 

Noah, 107. 

Sarah, 110, 112. 
Berry, Abigail, 54, 150. 

Anna, 146. 

Benjamin, 99, 152, 186. 

Deliverance, 11. 

Elizabeth, 151. 

Jane, 10. 

Joseph, 58. 

Judith, 150. 

Lydia, 40, 50, 103. 

Margaret, 104. 

Mary, 134, 150. 

Mercy, 151. 

Nathaniel, 10. 

Thomas, 31. 

William, 10. 
Bickford, Abigail, 146. 

Ann, 19, 59. 

Anna, 17. 

Benjamin, 88. 

Charles, 125. 

Charles W., 144. 

Daniel, 15. 

Dennis, 15. 

Ebenezer, 14, 17, 19, 59. 

Eleanor, 19. 

George, 14. 

Gideon, 86. 

Hannah, 97, 148. 



196 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Bickford, Henry, 53, 147. 

James, 16. 

John, 10, 16, 19, 12U, 149. 

Jonathan. 18. 

Joseph. 14U. 

Lemuel, 142. 

Love, 78, 183. 

Lydia, 15, 18. 

Margaret, 16. 

Margery, 14, 15. 

Mary, 13, 16, 125, 127. 

Micajah, 181. 

Miss, 53. 

Moses, 76. 

Rachel, 57. 

Richard, 19. 

Samuel, 59. 

Sarah, 16,18. 50, 53. 

Thomas, 17, 53. 

Winthrop, 78. 
Biddle, Capt., 29. 
Bigelow, Lydia, 130. 
Billiard, John, 31. 
Blackett, Joshua, 31. 
Blaisdell, Eliphalet, 77. 

Jacob, 90. 

John, 86. 

Jonathan, 31. 

Joshua, 89. 

Judith, 89. 

Miriam, 173. 

Nancy, 175. 

Philip, 89. 
Blak, see Blake. 
Blake, Asahel, 131. 

Chase, 137. 

Dearborn, 136. 

Dudley, 137. 

Eleanor, 135. 

Elizabeth, 133, 177. 

Hannah, 85. 

Henry, 134. 

Israel, 177. 

Jedediah, 137. 

John, 133. 

Martha, 137. 

Mary, 132. 137. 

Mehitable, 175. 

Robert, 137. 

Samuel O., 137. 

Sarah, 173. 
Blanchant, Elizabeth, 12. 
Blanchard, J. S. C, 142. 
Blasdel, see Blaisdell. 
Blashneld, Hannah, 103. 
Blaw. Janet. 6. 
Bliss, Thomas. 192. 
Blue, Daniel, 169. 
Blyh, William, 153. 



Budge, Andrew, 128. 
Hannah, 125. 
Mary, 128. 
Hie hard, 78. 
Stephen, 183. 
Boldery, John, 31. 
Boody, Moses, 11. 
Bordman, Andrew, 115. 
Botherick, Olive, 129. 
Boudey, see Boody. 
Bounds, Abigail, 98. 
Boutelle, Jedediah, 76. 

Timothy, 178. 
Bowdon, Mary, 76. 
Bowley, Moses, 116. 
Bovd, Charlotte, 118. 

William, 103. 
Brackett, Abigail, 181. 
Benjamin, 78. 
Eliza, 116. 
Elizabeth, 76, 79. 
James, 78. 
Joseph, 116. 
Joshua, 75. 
Mary, 127. 
Nathaniel, 76. 
Sarah, 78. 
Bradbury, Abigail, 85. 
Bradford, Gov., 191. 
Bradley, Augusta, 8. 
Bradstreet, Hannibal, 32. 
Branscomb, Arthur, 128. 
Brassbridge, Catherine, 158. 
Edmund, 158. 
Elizabeth, 158. 
John, 158. 
Martha, 158. 
William, 156. 
Brawn, Eleanor, 12. 
Elizabeth, 12. 
George, 11. 
Breed, Daniel, 124. 
Brewster, Mary, 149. 
Paul L., 186. 
Susan C, 188. 
Briard, Elizabeth, 104. 
Bridges, Sarah, 74, 122. 
Bridgham, Henry, 102. 
Jacob, 104. 
William, 102. 
Brier, Elizabeth, 132. 

Rachel, 131. 
Brimblecom, Almira, 118. 
Broadstreet, Northern, 32. 
Brock, Elizabeth, 147. 

Stephen, 151. 
Brooke, Charles, 7. 
Brown, Abel, 89. 

Abigail, 90, 117, 182. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



197 



Brown, Abraham, 90, 135, 138. 

Bath M., 135. 

Benjamin, 171. 

Charles, 98. 

Clarissa, 138. 

Elijah, 178. 

Eliza, 118. 

Elizabeth, 98, 104, 169. 

Ezekiel, 169. 

Greenleaf C, 74, 117. 

Hannah, 97, 132, 135. 

Henry, 31. 

Hoppy, 173. 

James, 103. 

Jane, 175. 

Jeremiah, 31, 131, 176. 

John, 31, 91, 98, 171. 

Joshua, 85. 

Josiah, 104, 118. 

Lieut., 28. 

Lydia, 101. 

Mary, 51, 97, 98, 134, 138. 

Mary A., 74, 116. 

Moses, 147. 

Nathaniel, 134. 

Paul, 132, 171. 

Rebecca, 171. 

Samuel, 101, 103, 132. 

Sarah, 97, 118, 125, 132, 136, 
138, 171, 175. 

Scipio, 31. 

Susanna, 152. 

William G. 74. 
Bruce, John, 2. 

Sarah, 128. 

Thomas, 76, 78. 
Bryant, John S., 185. 

Mary, 89, 168. 
Buell, Augustus C, 82. 
Bullard, Augustine, 10. 
Buft'um, Caleb, 41. 

Elizabeth, 162. 

Isaac, 120. 

John, 42, 67. 

Mary, 70. 

Samuel, 124. 
Bunker, Aaron, 77. 

Andrew, 127. 

Eliza A., 185. 

Jonathan, 46. 

Remembrance, 79. 

Paul, 121. 
Burleigh, Benjamin, 88. 

Clarissa, 129. 

Drusilla, 125. 

Elizabeth, 126. 

James, 77. 

John, 126. 

John B., 187. 



Burleigh, Jonathan, 188. 

Josiah, 117, 

Mary, 184. 

Mehitable, 126. 

Moses, 77. 

Nancy, 88. 

Samuel, 129. 

Sarah, 125. 

Thomas, 88. 
Burnam, see Burnham. 
Burnham, Alice, 182. 

Amos, 19. 

Eliot G., 130. 

Elizabeth, 78. 

Enoch, 19. 

Hannah, 13. 

Joseph, 18, 80, 128. 

Mehitable, 18, 19, 62. 

Nathaniel, 18, 19, 62. 

Robert, 77. 
Burns, Patrick, 31. 
Bussell, see Buzzell. 
Butler, Dorcas, 84. 

Enoch, 183. 

Henry, 78. 

Mary, 90. 
Butterworth, John, 191. 

Mary, 191. 
Buzzell, Abigail, 175. 

Abraham, 31. 

Deborah, 149. 

Elizabeth, 80. 

Mary, 149, 178. 

Miles, 125. 

Samuel, 125. 
Caban, Samuel, 117. 
Calderwood, John, 32. 
Caldwell, Charles T., 48. 

William, 184. 
Calef, Daniel, 149. 

John, 175. 

Miriam, 178. 

Winter, 32. 
Calley, Eliphalet, 132. 

Jonathan, 132. 

Mary, 91. 

Sewell, 126. 
Came, Hannah, 190. 

Tabitha, 189. 
Campbell, Dorothy, 174. 
Canney, Amos S., 163. 

Anne, 145. 

Benjamin, 65. 

Hannah, 163. 

Huldah, 163. 

I., 39. 

Ichabod, 163. 

Isaac, 124. 

James, 163. 



198 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Canney, John, 05, 147. 
Joseph, 11, 65. 

Love, 05. 

Lydia, 150. 

Martha, 9. 

Mary, 9, 12, 40, 65. 

Mehitable, 189. 

Mercy, 145. 

Moses, 65, 163. 

Patience, 65, 189. 

Richard, 9. 

Rose, 65. 

Samuel, 11. 

Sarah, 163. 

Stephen, 189. 

Susanna, 65. 

Thomas, 65. 

Trueworthy, 189. 

William, 66. 
Carle, Timothy, 12. 
Carlton, Samuel, 32. 
Carr, Elizabeth, 133. 

Jane, 133. 

John, 89. 

.Judith, 85. 

Phineas, 32. 

Rhoda, 133. 
Carrel, John, 32. 
Carroll, Anne, 6. 

Charles R.. 8. 

.lames, 8. 

Mary C, 6. 

Nicholas, 6. 

Rebecca A., 8. 

Rebecca P., 8. 

Sophia, 8. 
Carter, Mary, 174, 178. 

Miss, 176. 
Cartland, Abigail, 38, 125, 

Ann, 126. 

Elijah, 38. 

Eunice, 38. 

Hannah, 123. 

John, 123. 

Jonathan, 123, 124. 

Joseph, 38, 123. 

Lydia, 123. 

Miriam, 38. 

Mr., 173. 

Pelatiah, 38, 39. 

Sarah, 123. 

Tobias, 123, 164. 
Cass, Daniel, 131. 

Sarah, 91. 
Caswell, Abigail, 128. 

Clarissa, 183. 

Comfort, 128. 

Mary, 65. 
Cate, Dea., 63. 



187. 



Cate, John, 49. 

Nathan, 116. 

Walter, 79. 
Cater, Edward, 101). 

John, 57. 

Mary, 55. 

Sarah, 53, 98. 
Cateran, William. :12. 
Caverly, Lydia, 187. 
Caverno, Miss, 46. 
Cavey, Peter, 32. 
Center, Abraham, 102, 103. 

Mehitable, 104. 
Chadbourne, Humphrey, 147. 
Chaddock, John, 32. 
Challis, Abigail, 174. 
Chaniberlain, Anne, 146. 

Dorothy, 146. 

Experience, 146. 

George W., 192. 

James, 148. 

Jason, 149. 

Mary, 149. 

Moses, 152. 
Champion, Levi, 188. 
Chandler, Lydia, 91, 169. 

John, 133. 

Joseph, 169. 

Sarah, 169. 
Chapin, Curtis S., 178. 
Chapman, Burleigh, 76. 

Comfort, 126. 

Ebenezer, 130, 183. 

Eliza, 183. 

Elizabeth, 13. 

Emma, 76. 

.lames, 185. 

John, 75. 

Joseph, 179. 

Levi, 128. 

Lydia, 181. 

Mary, 78, 125. 

Mary W., 186. 

Mercy, 12. 

Nancy, 77, 125. 

Samuel, 126. 

Sarah, 128. 

Susanna, 186. 

Tryphena, 91. 
Chase, Abigail, 166. 

Adeline P., 142. 

Andrew, 22, 23. 

Ann, 118. 

Anna, 91, 166, 170. 

Dorothy, 177. 

Dudley L., 23. 

Elizabeth, 136. 

Hannah, 88. 

James, 166, 173. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



199 



Chase, Joanna, 166. 

John, 135. 

Jonathan, 166. 

Josiah, 98, 166. 

Lydia, 132, 166. 

Mary, 88, 89, 166. 

Mary E., 23. 

Mercy, 47. 

Paul, 174. 

Phebe, 120. 

Phineas M., 113. 

Sarah, 166, 176. 

Sarah A., 23. 

Stephen, 133. 
Chatbourne, see Chadbourne. 
Cheney, Edward, 179. 

Nancy, 187. 
Chesley, Abigail, 126. 

Charles P., 48. 

Clarissa, 185. 

Elisha, 76. 

Hannah, 77. 

Hester, 12. 

Israel, 125. 

James, 12, 76. 

Jonathan, 127. 

Joseph, 78. 

Lemuel, 164. 

Mary, 11. 

Nancy, 80. 

Paul, 129. 

Sarah, 79. 

Thomas, 127, 129. 

William, 185. 
Cheswell, Caroline, 186. 

Mehitable, 79. 

Paul, 76. 
Chick, Richard, 12. 
Child, Abigail, 102 

Sarah, 10. 
Choate, Benjamin, 85. 

John, 32. 
Christie, Elizabeth, 17. 

James, 17, 19, 62. 

John, 60. 

Peter, 62. 
Chritchesson, Sarah, 183. 
Church, Abigail, 10. 

Deborah, 12. 

John, 11. 
Churchill, Elizabeth, 183. 

James, 79. 

John, 99. 

Nathaniel, 187. 

Sarah, 13. 
Chute, see Christie. 
Cilley, Aaron, 76. 

Abigail, 166. 

Alice, 166. 



Cilley, Cutting, 47. 

Eliphalet, 166. 

Dorothy, 126, 166. 

Henry, 136. 

John, 47, 85. 

Jonathan, 84, 166. 

Joseph, 47, 166, 182. 

Moses, 86. 

Samuel, 166. 

Thomas, 11, 47. 
Clapp, David, 139. 
Clark, Abraham, 122. 

Agnes, 52, 55, 103. 

Anna, 88. 

Ananiah, 147. 

Benjamin, 24, 73. 

Benjamin F., 73, 74. 

Caleb, 94. 

Catherine, 152. 

Daniel, 73. 

David J., 73. 

Eliza, 24. 

Elizabeth, 52, 88, 103, 154. 

Elizabeth A., 73. 

Elizabeth M., 127. 

Ezra B., 24. 

George, 104. 

George F., 74. 

George L., 88. 

Gershom, 164. 

Greenleaf, 88. 

Hannah, 131. 

Hanniel, 150. 

James, 24, 122. 

John, 100, 116, 122, 154. 

John W., 74. 

Jonathan, 88, 169. 

Joseph, 76, 122. 

Josiah, 51. 

Josiah B., 20, 24. 

Levi, 24. 

Lois, 137. 

Martha, 121. 

Mary, 51, 52, 103, 122, 150, 177. 

Mercy, 73, 134. 

Moses, 24. 

Peter, 32. 

Phebe, 104. 

Rebecca, 147. 

Remembrance, 78, 122. 

Robert, 134. 

Samuel, 88, 97. 

Sarah, 20, 23, 24, 72, 100, 122, 
136. 

Stephen, 132. 

Thomas, 57. 

Thomas J., 24. 

Valentine, 168. 

Walter W., 24. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Clay, Alphonso, 186. 
Clements, Dorothy, 173. 

Ebenezer, 175. 

Job, 9. 

Mr., 123. 

Sarah, 148. 
Clifford, Anna, 88. 

Benjamin, 173. 

Elizabeth, 175. 

Lucy, 131. 

Nathaniel, 80. 

Rachel, 90. 

Samuel, 84. 
Clough, Abner, 172. 

David. 90. 

Duke, 32. 

Ezekiel, 133, 170, 171, 172. 

Isaiah, 90, 170. 

Jemima, 174. 

Jeremiah, 172. 

Jonathan, 89. 

Levi, 172. 

Love, 125. 

Martha, 171. 

Mary, 132, 172. 

Miriam, 89, 170, 171, 172. 

Susanna, 180. 

Thomas, 172. 
Cloutman, Edward. 11. 
Coffeen, see Coffin. 
Coffin, Ann, 142. 

Anna, 134. 

Eunice, 170. 

George, 142. 

Gilman, 142. 

(Tiindal. 142. 

Hannah, 142. 

Ira, 142. 

James, 142. 

Jonathan, 142. 

Jonathan T., 142. 

Levi, 142. 

Miss, 190. 

Nathaniel, 142. 

Stephen, 142. 

Susanna, L42. 

Parnel, 142. 

Weare, 142. 
Cogan, William. 80. 
Cogswell, Thomas, 180. 
Cok, Jean. '■'>. 

Thomas. :'.. 
Coker. William, 32. 
C'oll>ath. Anne, 110. 

U-borah, 10, 164, 

Elizabeth, 106, 1-54. 

( .enrge, 112. 

Htinking. 17. 

James, 15, 17. 19, 64. 110. 



Colbath, Jane, 106, 109, 112, 154, 
156, 157. 

John, 156. 

Lemuel, 154. 

Layton, 154. 

Mary, 106. 

Miss, 109. 

Nicholas, 130. 

Olive, 15, 17, 19, 64, 110. 

Pitman, 109, 112, 154, 156, 157. 

William, 157. 

Winthrop, 64. 
Colby, Abigail, 170. 

Abigail D., 170. 

Charles S., 170. 

Esman, 177. 

Joanna R., 170. 

Joseph, 177. 

Judith, 174. 

Mary, 176, 177, 178. 

Rhoda S., 170. 

Sarah, 176, 180. 

Thomas C, 170. 

Timothv, 173. 

Willoughby, 176. 
Colcord, Caroline. 126 

Daniel, 179. 

John, 80. 

Josiah, 131. 

Peter, 89. 

Sarah, 179, 185. 
Cole, Caleb, 162. 

Christopher, 162. 

Elizabeth, 132, 152. 

Eunice, 162. 

John, 11, 69, 162. 

Joshua, 162. 

Mary, 152. 

Stephen, 162. 
Colebrook, Miss, 4. 
Coleman, Abigail, 15, 19, 106, 154, 
155. 

Alice, 108. 

Benjamin, 111. 

Eliazer, 14, 59, 61. 

Elizabeth, 19, 155. 

James, 149. 

John, 108, 110, 111, 112, 155. 

John W.. 110. 

Joseph, 112, 154, 155. 

Kezia, 14, 59, 61. 

Lydia, 106, 112. 

Mary, 110, 111, 112, 1*5. 

olive, 155. 

Phineas, 19, 60, 106. 

Rosamond, 60. 

Sarah, 60. 

Tempe ranee, 59. 

William. 14. 



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201 



Colket, C. Howard, 142. 
Collins, Hannah, 174. 

Henry, 180. 

Israel, 173. 

Jabez, 173. 

John, 54. 

Lucinda, 180. 

Moses, 180. 

Robert, 97. 

Sarah, 54. 

William, 57, 175. 
Colly, see Calley. 
Comb, Abigail, 52. 
Connell, Dennis, 32. 

Henry, 32. 

Patrick, 32. 

Philip, 32. 
Connor, Gideon, 176. 

Mary, 146. 

Patrick, 32. 
Cook, Abraham, 146, 148. 

Anthony, 80. 

Daniel, 146. 

John, 9. 

Jonathan, 149. 

Joseph, 148. 

Lucy, 150. 

Mercy, 149. 

Robert, 148. 
Coolbroth, see Colbath. 
Cooley, Daniel, 89. 
Coombs, see Coomes. 
Coomes, Abigail, 11. 

Joseph, 114. 
Cooper, J. Fenimore, 27. 

John, 10. 
Corson, Anna, 152. 

Calvin, 184. 

David, 150. 

Hannah, 145. 

Mary, 147. 

Ralph, 30. 
Cossa, Ezekiel, 32. 
Costelloe, John, 32. 
Cotton, Elizabeth, 49, 54, 58. 

John, 54, 58. 

Mary, 99. 

Solomon, 58. 

Susanna, 104. 

Thomas, 179. 

William, 50, 56. 
Coupe, John, 32. 
Covingtrie, David, 3. 
Cowart, Cornelius, 32. 
Cox, John, 10. 
Craigie, Isabel, 2. 

Magnus, 3. 

Marian, 3. 

William, 3. 



Cram, Benjamin, 48. 

John G., 48. 

Jonathan, 136. 

Mary, 91, 181. 

Mehitable, 134. 

Sarah, 130. 

Smith, 130. 
Crane, Benjamin, 32. 
Creasey, Caleb, 184. 
Crimbell, Abram, 116. 

Benjamin, 116. 

Sarah D., 117. 
Critchett, John, 126. 

Mercy, 80. 
Crockett, Elizabeth, 14, 15, 135. 

Hannah, 80. 

Joshua, 13, 14, 15. 

Thomas, 103. 
Cromit, Eliza, 182. 

Love, 126. 

Martha, 130. 

Mary, 127. 
Cromwell, Mercy, 13. 

Oliver, 191. 
Crosby, Hannah, 76. 
Cross, Abigail, 101. 

John, 102. 

Richard, 104. 

Samuel, 103. 

William, 101, 104. 
Crossman, Daniel, 142. 
Crowell, Christopher, 32. 

William, 32. 
Crowley, Bartholomew, 32. 
Crown, Elizabeth, 52. 
Crowningshield, Benjamin, 27, 28, 

32, 37. 
Croxford, Susan, 127. 
Crummet, see Cromit. 
Cummings, Edward P., 24. 

J., 24. 

Jacob, 115, 116, 117, 118. 

Mary C. G., 14. 
Currier, Abigail, 173. 

Abigail M., 179. 

Anna, 136. 

Hannah, 78, 175. 

Harvey L., 189. 

John, 174. 

Mary, 89, 174, 178. 

Miriam, 176. 

Moses, 174. 

Nancy, 173. 

Richard, 78. 

Sarah, 177. 
Curtis, Jobn, 100. 

Sarah, 100. 
dishing, Mary, 134. 
Cutler, Richard, 85. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Cutter, Thomas, 32. 
Cutts, Elizabeth, 50, 58. 

John, 191. 

Mary, 4. 

Mr., 100. 

Richard, 104, 191. 

Robert, 101. 

Samuel, 97, 104. 

Sarah, 103. 

Susanna, 100, 102. 
Dailey, Abial, 142. 
Dalany, see Delaney. 
Dalton, Sarah, 85. 

Comfort, 91. 
Dam, see Dame. 

Dame, Abigail, 9, 59, 60, 64, 105, 
108, 110, 112, 126, 130, 146, 
153, 155, 157. 

Abner, 146. 

Anna, 130. 

Benjamin, 112. 

Catherine, 129. 

Charity, 151. 

Chase, 129. 

Eliazer, 59. 

Eliphalet, 59, 60, 64, 105, 108. 
110, 112, 153, 155, 157. 

Elizabeth, 64, 106, 108, 152. 

Elnathan, 59. 

George, 130. 

Hannah, 106, 157. 

Hatevil, 48. 

Henry, 157. 

H unking, 80. 

Israel, 80. 

Issachar, 106, 107. 

.lames C, 158. 

Jethru, 64. 

Joanna, 157. 

John, 64, 136. 

Jonathan, 48, 146, 

Joseph, 164, 158. 

Joseph P., 15:;. 

Keturah, 147. 

Mark, 157. 

Martha, 11. 

Mary, 59, 108, 110, 112. 149. 
152, 157, 158. 

Mehitable, 154. 

Moses, 86, 110. 

Nancy. 7(i. 112. 

Pomfret, 13. 

Rebecca, 110. 

Richard, 64, 156. 

Samuel, 154. 

Sarah, 77, 79, 105, 106. 107. 
125. 

Sarah P., 187. 

Stephen F., 157. 



Dame, Susan, 79, 130. 

Susanna, 79, 165. 

Theodore, 108, 110, 112. 157. 

Thomas, 107. 

Temperance, 64. 

Timothy, 64, 156. 

Valentine, 108. 

William, 13. 
Dana, Mary, 146. 

William 1?., 116. 
Dane, Susan, 183. 
Daniels, Eunice, 118. 

Hayes, 185. 

Joseph, 175. 

Lvdia, 77, 78. 

Mehitable, 185. 

Sarah, 124, 187. 
Danielson, Sarah, 146. 
Davis, Amos, 175, 177. 

Benjamin, 175. 

Clement, 129. 

Clement M., 130. 

Deborah, 188. 

Eleanor, 97. 

Eliza, 185. 

Elizabeth, 79, 97. 

Hannah, 89, 104. 

Jane, 55. 

John, 80, 99, 173. 

Jonathan, 125. 

Joseph. 125. 

Joshua. 77. 

Martha, 183. 

Mary, 177, 189. 

Moses, 76, 188. 

Noah, 127. 

Samuel, 77, 78, 125, 127, 187. 

Sarah, 80, 130. 

Solomon, 181. 

Susanna, 76. 

Thomas, 32, 174. 

Tryphena, 178. 

Wentworth C, 188. 

William. 32. 
Day, Joseph, 45. 

Josiah, 45, 93. 

Nancy, 175. 

Thomas, 45. 
Dean, Margaret A., 116. 
Dearborn, Abigail, 133. 

Charlotte. 126. 

David, 127. 

Kbenezer, 80. 

Edward, 75. 

Kliphalet, 184. 

Elizabeth, 179. 

Francis, 128. 

Henry, 75. 

John, 77, 134. 



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203 



Dearborn, Jonathan, 178. 

Mary, 185. 

Morris, 181. 

Sarah, 131, 136, 177, 179. 

Simon, 132, 168. 
Deering, Henry, 58. 

Mary, 147. 
Defethering, see Trefethen. 
Delaney, John, 32. 
Demeritt, Abigail, 181. 

Anna, 76. 

Edmund, 80. 

Elizabeth, 127. 

Hannah, 128. 

Hopley, 182. 

Joseph, 185. 

Lois, 80. 

Mary, 129. 

Samuel, 78. 

Sophia T., 184. 

Susan Y., 184. 

Susanna, 80. 

William, 125. 
Dennett, Annie, 99. 

Charles, 112. 

David, 105, 108, 110, 112. 

Dorothy, 108, 110, 112. 

Ebenezer, 108. 

Elizabeth. 104, 110. 

Ephraim, 58, 102. 

Hannah, 112. 

James, 57. 

John, 49, 54, 56, 100, 112. 

Joseph, 49, 55, 56. 

Lydia, 105. 

Mary, 50. 

Mehitable, 49, 50. 

Miss, 55. 

Moses, 51. 

Nicholas, 58. 

Samuel, 108. 

Thomas, 56. 
Diman, Abigail, 85. 

David R., 116. 

Elizabeth, 174. 

Mary, 174. 

Reuben, 177. 
Dimon, see Diman. 
Dixon, Hannah, 11. 
Dockham, Jonathan,78. 

Mary, 155. 
Docsrow, Elizabeth, 125. 
Dodge, Daniel, 185. 

Hampshire, 32. 

James, 32. 

Zachariah, 32. 
Doe, Andrew, 187. 

Andrew W., 128. 

Broadstreet, 79. 



Doe, Deborah, 136. 

Deborah W., 185. 

Desire, 127. 

Elizabeth, 185. 

Francis, 127. 

George, 130. 

James, 126. 

John, 78. 

Joseph, 78. 

Joshua, 181. 

Louisa, 186. 

Lydia, 184. 

Mary, 76, 80. 

Mary J., 184. 

Nancy, 77, 188. 

Sarah, 185. 

Sophia, 184. 

Theophilus, 76. 

Warren, 116. 

Zebulon, 127. 
Dolloff, Eliza, 136. 

Love, 86. 
Donnels, Ruth, 78. 
Door, see Dore. 
Dore, Elizabeth, 146. 

John, 146. 

Mary, 10. 

Olive, 147. 

Richard, 147. 
Douglas, John, 9. 
Dovrell, Thomas, 32. 
Dow, Abigail, 174. 

Benjamin, 181. 

Hannah, 67, 90. 

John, 67. 

Jonathan, 67. 

Josiah, 129. 

Lydia, 126. 

Lyford, 133. 

Mary, 10, 67, 78, 150. 

Miriam, 88. 

Moses, 67. 

Paul, 67. 

Pelatiah, 67. 

Richard, 67. 

Winthrop, 91. 
Downing, Alice, 17, 18, 19, 64, 107, 
108, 111, 156. 

Bartholomew, 64. 

Benjamin, 18. 

David D., 109, 

Dennis, 157. 

Ebenezer, 154. 

Elizabeth, 18, 108, 109, 111, 
112, 154, 158. 

Elizabeth H., 111. 

Hannah, 16, 18, 111. 

John, 18, 19, 156, 157, 158. 

John H., 109. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Downing, Jonathan, 19, 155. 

Joshua, 1G, 108, 157. 

Josiah, 108, 109, 112, 154. 

Joseph, ill. 

Lydia, 157. 

Maj., 155. 

Mary, 166, 168. 

Patience, 19, 150. 

Richard, 17, 18, 19, 64, 107, 
109, 111, 

Samuel, 112. 

Sarah, 149, 157. 

Susanna, 16, 19, 157. 

Theodosia, 107. 
Downs, Aaron, 147. 

Gershom, 13, 125. 

Joseph, 32. 

Margaret, 146. 

Mary, 9. 

Moses, 14'.». 

Samuel, 145. 

Thomas, 11. 

William, 145. 
Drake, Abraham, 85. 

Elizabeth E., 83. 

Judith, 1G8. 

Mary, 90. 

Mary W., 83. 

Robert E., 83. 

Samuel, 83. 

Samuel P. H., 83. 

Sarah, 83. 

Sarah H., 83. 

Simon, 168. 

Simon P., 83. 

Theodate, 89. 

William F., 83. 
Dresser, Almira G., 115. 
Drew, John, 12. 

Lydia, 127. 

Mary, 76, 79, 126. 

Sarah, 13. 

Susanna, 78. 
Driseo, Sarah, 12. 
Drown, Samuel, 147. 
Duane, Marianna, 6. 
Dudley, Joseph, 137. 

Martha, 137. 

Nancy, 176. 

Sarah, 76, 131. 
Dugles, see Douglas. 
Dunbar, Mr.. ■">. 
Dunlap, Frances, 6. 

Sarah A., 8. 
Durgan, see Durgin. 
Durgin, Benjamin. 128. 

Clarissa, 130. 

Comfort, 77. 

Deborah, 181. 



Durgin, Hannah, 80. 

Lettice, 78. 

Lydia, 76, 80. 

Mary F., 182. 

Phebe, 77. 

Rebecca, 76. 

Stevens, 187, 188. 

Susan, 80. 

Temperance, 130. 

William, 182. 

Winthrop, 90. 

Zebulon, 160. 
I Mirall, see Durrell. 
Durrell, Caroline, 182. 

Deborah, 126. 

John, 77. 

Newman, 183. 

Nicholas, 181. 

Sophia, 79. 
Dustin, Olive, 179. 
Dutch, Charlotte, 129. 

Hannah, 72. 

Mary, 128. 
Dyer, David, 185. 

Hannah, 10. 

John, 182. 
Eastman, Elizabeth, 131, 132. 

Jacob, 93, 190. 

Joseph, 178. 

Laban, 190. 

Lycurgas, 125. 

Mercy, 84. 

Olive 173. 

Patience, 93. 

Peter, 177. 

Samuel, 177. 

Sarah, 175, 177. 

Stephen, 190. 
Eaton, Maria, 179. 

Miss, 177. 
Edgerly, Elizabeth, 126. 

Emeline, 187. 

Hannah, 146. 

Jacob, 186. 

John, 79, 185. 

Jonathan, 80, 89. 

Lydia, 126. 

Olive, 79. 

Rebecca, 79. 
Edmund, Katherine, 103. 
Elkins, Esther, 9. 

Hannah, 178. 

Henry, 180. 

Robert, 9. 

Samuel, 131. 

Sarah, 131. 
Ellethrap, John, 102. 

Nathaniel, 102. 
Ellis, Bertram, 96. 



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205 



Ellis, Dorcas, 149. 

John, 146. 

Jonathan, 147. 

Joseph, 150. 
Ellison, Elizabeth, 79. 

Jane, 79. 

Mary, 75. 

Sarah, 76. 
Elliot, Elizabeth, 130. 

Hannah, 85. 

John, 32. 

Martha, 91, 179. 

Mary, 49, 50, 91. 

Mr., 174. 

Richard, 50. 

Ruth, 190, 191. 

Sarah, 90. 
Elmes, Elkanah, 32. 

James, 32. 
Elphinstone, Alexander, 2. 

Euphemia, 2. 
Ellsworth, Jonathan, 91. 
Ely, Lois, 133. 
Emerson, Abigail, 126. 

Anna, 79. 

Daniel R., 177. 

Deborah, 76. 

Elijah, 76. 

Elizabeth, 75, 182. 

Hannah, 79, 125. 

John T., 128. 

Jonathan, 130. 

Levi, 130. 

Lois, 127, 129. 

Mercy, 94. 

Moses, 76. 

Nathaniel, 76. 

Samuel, 79, 146. 

Sarah, 65. 

Solomon, 127. 

Timothy, 130. 
Emery, Mary A., 144. 
Emins, Hannah, 56. 
Emmons, Jane, 108. 
English, William, 102. 
Ervine, George, 85. 
Esten, Joanna, 192. 
Estes, Hannah, 160. 

Henry, 159. 

Jedediah, 159. 

Joseph, 120. 

Judith, 160. 

Phebe, 159. 

Robert, 42, 160. 

Sarah, 161. 

Silas, 160. 

Stephen, 159. 

Timothy, 160. 
Evans, Aaron, 164. 



Evans, Alcesta, 190. 

Almeda, 190. 

Benjamin, 122. 

Benjamin H., 122. 

Civilian, 190. 

David, 164. 

Eldad, 190. 

Elizabeth, 122, 164. 

Ethni, 190. 

George, 86. 

Hannah, 13. 

Hanson, 159. 

James, 127. 

John, 164. 

Joseph, 12, 122. 

Levi, 128. 

Mary, 122. 

Mary A., 190. 

Nathaniel, 142. 

Omrod, 190. 

Patience, 9. 

Phebe, 122. 

Robert, 151. 

Solomon, 163. 

Sylvanus, 190. 

Tobias, 121, 164. 

William, 122. 
Evens, see Evans. 
Ewer, Drusilla, 184. 
Eyers, William, 12. 
Fabian, see Fabyan. 
Fabins, see Fabyan. 
Fabyan, Eld., 63, 105. 

Elizabeth, 19, 56, 60, 64. 

John, 12, 56, 157, 158. 

Joseph, 56. 

Mary, 56. 

Phebe, 97. 

Rosamond, 64, 158. 

Samuel, 15, 19, 57, 60, 64. 

William B., 157. 
Fairweather, Caesar, 33. 

Nathaniel, 102. 

Sarah, 101. 

William, 100. 
Faris, Jack, 33. 

William, 32. 
Farnham, John, 127, 130. 

Paul, 146. 
Farnum, see Farnham. 
Farrar, Jonathan, 133. 
Farrien, Mary, 178. 
Farrington, Nancy, 176. 
Faver, see Favour. 
Favour, Anna, 176. 

Elizabeth, 176. 

Miss, 173. 

Samuel, 173. 
Fea, Isabel, 4. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Fea, Patrick, 3. 

William, 4. 
Fellows, Eunice, 21. 

Jonathan, 175. 

Thomas. 173. 

William, 51. 
Feltch, Sarah M., 118. 
Fernald, Abigail, 57. 

Amos, 99. 

Elizabeth, 48, 56. 

Kzekiel, 103. 

Hannah, 76, 127. 

Humphrey, 99. 

James, 50, 56, 98. 

John, 57, 99. 

Joseph, 80. 

Margery, 49, 50. 

Mary, 52, 56, 101, 126. 

Mehitable, 181. 

Miss, 98. 

Nathaniel, 12. 

Sarah, 48, 77. 

William, 48, 58. 
Ferrin, Ruth, 180. 

Samuel, 78. 
Field, Abigail, 11. 

John, 13. 

Joshua, 75. 

Mary, 12. 

Zechariah, 18. 
Fields, see Field. 
Fifield, Coker, 71. 

David, 88. 

Dorothy, 71. 

Eliza, 72. 

George, 71. 

George B., 115. 

Hannah, 72, 131, 178. 

John C, 72. 

Jonathan, 71. 

Joseph, 71. 

Martha, 72. 

Mary, 71, 176. 

Mary H., 117. 

Moses, 178. 

Nancy, 22. 

Sarah, 72, 118. 
Finlansun. Nathaniel, 103. 

Wallace, 100, 102. 
Fiske, Jeremiah, 177. 
Fitts, Josiah, 179. 
Fitzgerald, James, 33. 

John, 33. 
Flagg, Charles A., 141. 

Sarah O., 127. 
Flanders, Abigail, 23, 176, 185. 

Dr., 173. 

James, 174. 

Jane, 177. 



Flanders, Mr., 174. 

Khoda, 180. 
Fletcher, Agnes, 53. 

Joanna, 173. 

Levi, 182. 

Maria K.. 180. 
Flint, Khoda, 20. 
Follett, Abigail, 11. 

Benjamin, 76. 

Deborah, 135. 

Lois, 75. 

Mary, 49, 50. 

Nicholas, 52. 

Samuel, 52, 54. 
Floyd, Charles M., 96. 
Fodar, Jacob, 103. 
Fogg, Abigail, 131. 

Caleb, 131,172. 

David, 170, 172. 

Eleanor, 89, 172. 

Elizabeth, 84, 137. 

Henry D., 84. 

Jesse, 170. 

John, 84. 

Jonathan, 84, 172. 

Josiah, 7, 84. 

Katherine, 170. 

Levi, 80. 

Mary, 84, 91. 

Nancy, 84. 

Samuel, 91. 

Sarah, 84, 133, 172. 

Seth, 172. 

Simon, 133. 
Folsom, Anna, 79. 

Benjamin, 126. 

Comfort, 80. 

Deborah, 23. 

Elizabeth, 79, 125. 

Isaac, 94. 

James, 79. 

Joanna, 129. 

John, 133. 

Mary, 132. 

Sarah, 134, 137. 

Winthrop, 78. 
Footman, Deborah. 76. 

Martha, 182. 

Sophia, 78. 
Ford, Abigail, 78. 

Elizabeth, 75, 78. 

Henry L., 115. 

John, 12. 

Sarah, 78. 
Fordum, Mr., 1. 
Forst, see Foss. 
Foss, Benjamin, 55. 

Caroline, 116. 

Elias, 78. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



207 



Foss, Isaiah, 150. 

John, 80. 

Joseph, 55. 

Margaret, 152. 

Mary, 49, 50, 55, 90, 146, 152. 

Nancy, 115. 

Richard, 151. 

Samuel, 49, 50, 55, 151. 

Sarah, 55. 

Walter, 55. 

William, 12, 55. 
Foster, Benjamin, 33, 102. 

Charles, 191. 

Joseph, 140, 141, 144. 

Sarah, 190, 191. 

Thomas, 33. 
Fotheringham, Patrick, 28. 
Foulis, Marjorie, 3. 
Fowler, Apphia, 78. 

John, 130. 

Sarah, 86. 
Fowles, Lemuel, 33. 
Fox, Hannah, 130. 

Joanna, 185. 

Sarah, 85. 
Foye, Deborah, 126. 

Jonathan, 182. 
Frame, Robert, 32. 
Franklyn, Frederick J., 114. 
Frasher, see Frazier. 
Frazier, Elizabeth, 52. 
Freeman, Adam, 33. 

Cuff, 33. 

George R., 7. 

Nero, 33. 
Freese, Dudley, 133. 
French, Abigail, 83, 169, 172, 176. 

Abigail L., 73. 

Amanda M., 73. 

Amos, 83, 132. 

Barnes, 180. 

Barzilla, 172. 

Benjamin, 80, 151. 

Caleb, 169. 

Ebenezer, 88. 

Elijah, 182. 

Elisha, 86. 

Eliza A., 117. 

Elizabeth, 133, 177, 182. 

Ezra, 83, 138. 

Gilbert, 152. 

Hannah, 83. 

James, 33. 

Joanna, 138. 

Joseph, 131, 172. 178. 

Leah, 152. 

Levi, 129. 

Lois, 174. 

Lydia, 125, 129, 172. 



French, Margaret, 172. 

Martha, 85, 129. 

Mary, 78, 83, 126, 136, 138. 

Mary J., 186. 

Olive W., 129. 

Reuben, 134. 

Rhoda, 180. 

Samuel, 183. 

Sarah, 85, 134, 172, 183. 

Susanna, 80, 169. 

William, 128. 

William S., 76. 

Zachariah B., 73. 
Frost, Dorothy, 49, 50, 52, 53. 

Margaret, 13. 

Mary, 75, 76. 

Nathaniel, 56. 

Nicholas, 53. 

Sarah, 127. 

William, 52. 
Frye, Abigail, 161. 

Adrian, 12. 

Alice, 120, 164. 

Benjamin, 164. 

David, 164. 

Ebenezer, 43, 70, 159. 

Elizabeth, 11. 

Eunice, 164. 

Hannah, 42. 

James, 164. 

John, 159, 164. 

Joshua, 70. 

Judith, 164. 

Martha, 43. 

Mary, 164. 

Obadiah, 159. 

Rachel, 164. 

Rowland, 164. 

Ruth, 164. 

Sarah, 40, 164. 

Stephen, 164. 
Fuller, Warren, 136. 
Fullerton, John, 33. 

William, 127. 
Fullonton, Anna, 85. 
Furber, Abigail, 16, 18, 63, 156. 

Alice, 153. 

Anna, 109. 

Benjamin, 64, 148. 

David, 126. 

Edward, 56. 

Eli, 59. 

Elizabeth, 19, 53, 64, 105, 107, 
109, 110, 111, 153. 

Frances, 110. 

Hannah, 15, 17, 19, 60, 63, 149. 

Jethro, 16, 17, 53, 59, 61, 154. 
156, 157. 

John, 16, 129. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Furber, Joseph, 17. 

Joshua, IT. 56. 

Levi, 63. 

Mary, 111, 156, 157. 

Moses, 15, 17, 19, 60, 63, 107, 
109. 

Nehemiah, 18, 60, 63, 156. 

Phebe, 16, 17. 59, 61, 156. 

Richard, 61, 64, 99, 105, 107, 
L09, 110, 111, 15:;. 

Samuel, 61. 

Sarah, 18, 127. 

Thomas, 55, 63. 

Wallis, 57. 

William. 10. 
Furbur, see Furber. 
Furbush, John, 89. 
Furlong, Lawrence, 33. 
Fnrncl. .see Female!. 
Furniss, Edward, 129. 

Robert, 126. 
Gage, Elizabeth, 148. 

William, 146. 
Gale. Daniel. 89, 93, 132. 

Dent, 125. 

Elizabeth, 93. 

Israel, 173. 

Jacob, 9-), 175. 

Joseph, 93. 

Mary, 3. 93, 133. 

Shuah, 93. 

Stephen. 93. 

Susan, 93, 174, 179. 
Galloway, Elizabeth, 12. 
Gamblin, Benjamin, 60, 98. 

Mary, 50. 
Gardner', David, 99. 

Elizabeth, 102. 

John, 99. 

Margaret. 103. 
Garland, Ebenezer, 149. 

Elizabeth, 78, 186. 

Hannah, 78. 

James. 77. 

John. 77. 

Lydia, 147. 

Mary. L86. 

Mercy, 147. 

Samuel, 118. 

Sarah, 126. 
Garmine, FMizabeth, 10. 
(iarrat, John, :)•">. 
(iatchell, Benjamin. 56. 

Sarah, 58. 
Gear. Deliverance, 128. 

Elizabeth, 128. 

(ieorge, 128. 

Sarah, 58. 
George, Ebenezer, 178. 



George, Elizabeth, 45, 92. 

< rideon, 178. 

James, 133. 

John. 127. 

Joshua, 92. 

Sarah, 76. 
( .errisli, Benjamin, 57. 

Bridget, 53. 

Daniel, L29. 

Elizabeth, 11. 

George, 57, 75, 182. 

John, 185. 

Marv, 50. 

Paul, 76, 78. 

Samuel II., 96. 

Sarah, 80. 

William. 55. 
Gibbs, Daniel, 26. 
Gidding, Deborah, 83. 
Gilbert, Prince, 33. 
Gile, see < i iles. 
Giles, Catharine, 80. 

George, 130. 

Hannah, 185. 

John, 12. 

Mark, 11. 

Mary, 78. 

Faul, 78, 126. 

Samuel, 89. 

Susan, 127. 

Susanna, 75. 
Gillard, John. 33. 
Gilman, Dudley, 133. 

Frances, 178. 

Hannah, 126. 

Israel, 126. 

John, 127. 

Jonathan, 132. 

Mary, 175. 

Samuel, 91. 

Sarah, 125. 

Susan, 127. 
Glass, David, 185. 

John, 181. 

Jonathan, 128. 

Samuel, 184. 
Gleason, John. 75. 

Mary. 127. 
Gleson, see Gleason. 
(Hidden, Elizabeth. 184. 

James, 181. 

Jeremiah, 135. 

Nancy, 127. 
(Hoover. Thomas, SO. 
< .lover. Lois, 181. 

Susanna, 126. 
Gooch, James, 79. 
Goodhue, John, 78. 

Joseph, 76. 



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209 



Gooding, see Goodwin. 
Goodwin, Dorothy, 180. 

Elizabeth, 148. 

Hannah, 173. 

Martha H., 183. 

Mehitable, 77. 

Robert, 185. 

Sarah, 186. 
Gopell, George, 183. 
Gordon, Alexander, 135. 

Anna, 135. 

Benjamin, 176. 

Dorothy, 85. 

George A., 1. 

Mary, 79. 

Moses, 180. 

Nancy, 130. 

Samuel R., 89. 

Sarah, 134, 135. 
Gorham, Eunice, 142. 
Goss, Robert, 10. 
Gott, Joshua, 33. 
Gouge, James, 33. 
Gough, Sophia, 8. 
Gould, Elihu, 43. 

Elizabeth, 43, 177. 

Ezra, 43. 

Hannah, 175. 

Isaiah, 43, 67. 

John, 176. 

Lydia, 43. 

Mary, 176. 

Mussey, 43, 62. 

Nathan, 176. 

Samuel, 43, 65, 70, 120, 180. 

Sarah, 120. 

Stephen, 43. 
Gove, Daniel, 38. 

David, 67. 

Dorothy, 47. 

Edmund, 123. 

Eleanor, 137. 

Hannah, 67. 

James, 70. 

Jane, 84, 85. 

Mary, 47. 

Olive, 135. 

Sarah, 86. 
Graff am, see Graff ham. 
Graff ham, Caleb, 97. 

Mary, 104. 

Rebecca, 51. 

Samuel, 102. 
Grafton, Agnes, 52. 

Joanna, 54. 

John, 56. 
Gragg, Samuel, 33. 
Graham, Anna, 3. 

Godfrey, 128, 



Graham, Isabel, 3. 

Mary, 3. 
Grant, Eliza, 129. 

Martha, 81. 

William, 10. 
Graves, Francis, 9. 

Mr., 173. 
Gray, Charles W., 27. 

Eliza, 80. 

Jethro L., 17. 

Mary, 186, 191. 

Samuel, 33. 

Tamson, 151. 
Greaves, Nathaniel, 90. 
Greeley, Jacob, 187. 

Jonathan, 176. 

Josiah, 177. 

Mary, 173. 

Samuel, 100. 

Thomas, 56. 
Green, David, 121. 

Henry, 10, 33. 

Levi, 123. 

Lydia, 148. 

Samuel A., 96, 192. 

Simon, 44, 78. 
Greene, Francis B., 92. 
Greenleaf, Sarah L., 136. 
Griffeth, Edward, 126. 
Griffin, James, 33. 

John, 78. 

Mary, 176. 

Mrs., 178. 

Nancy, 187. 

Sarah, 175. 
Griffis, Esther, 99. 

Wilmot, 99. 
Grindal, Ichabod, 99. 

John, 98. 

Sarah, 98, 102. 
Gross, Mr., 30. 

Simon, 32. 
Grove. Elizabeth, 16. 

John, 16, 107. 

Martha, 107. 

Nathaniel, 60. 

Sarah, 60. 
Grover, Mary, 130. 
Groves, see Grove. 
Gunnison, Sarah, 132. 
Hackett, Judah, 131. 

Mr., 25. 
Haines, see Haynes. 
Haley, Alice, 135. 

Sarah, 126. 
Hall, Abigail, 11, 181. 

Abigail A., 115. 

A. B., 82. 

Dorothy, 44. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Hall, Elizabeth, 9, 12. 

Hatevil, 13. 

John, 12, 33. 

Joseph, b'>. 

Lydia, 130. 

Mary, 151. 

Mrs." A. C, 48, 144. 

Ralph, 11. 

Sarah, 13. 

Solomon, 7"). 
Hallet, Harry, 14. 
Ham, Abigail, 56. 

Dorothy, 103. 

Elizabeth, 49, 50, 56. 

Joanna, 151. 

John, 11, 149. 

Joseph, 142. 

Mary, 101. 

Mr., 104. 

Samuel. 56, 77, 99. 

Sarah, 58, 1 is. 

Susanna, 150. 
Hamilton, John, 2. 

Patience. 189. 
Hammet, Elizabeth, 103. 

Thomas, 105. 

William, 102. 
Hammock, Susanna, 147. 
Hammon, see Hammond. 
Hammond, Elizabeth. 152. 
Hanscom, Deborah. 130. 

James. 185. 

James I'., is:.. 

Joseph H., 186. 
Hanson, Abigail, 13. 

Ahijah, 161. 

Amos, 130, 160. 

Andrew. 40. 

Anna, 40. 

Anne, 39, 123. 

Bitfield, 42. 

Catherine, 40, 163. 

Ebenezer, 150. 

Elijah, 39, 121. 

Elisha. 66. 

Elizabeth, 40, 42. 120. 

Ephraim. 79. 

Eunice, 42. 

Ezra, 160. 

Hannah, 80. 

Huldah, 39. 

Isaac, 40. 

James, 40, 67. 

Jedediah, 39. 

Joanna, 67. 

John, 40. 

Jonathan, 44. 

Joseph, 44. 

Judith, 42. 



Hanson, Kezia, 66. 

Lois, 42. 

Lydia. 66. 

Margaret, 44. 

Mary, 40, 121, 128. 147. 

Maul. 40, 66. 

Mercy. 1 1. 

Micajah, 39. 

Miriam, 42. 

Moses, 40, 42. 

Nathaniel, 39. 40. 

Nicholas, 39, 40. 42. 

Patience. 12. 66, 121. 

Peter, 123. 

Phebe, L62. 

Priscilla, 39. 

Richard. 39, 41. 

Robert, 40, 121. 

Samuel, 68, 168. 

Sarah, 39, 40. 41, 42. 69, 70. 
160, 164, 175. 

Silas, 39. 

Stephen, 39, 161. 

Susannah, 39, 70, 160. 

Thomas, 42. 

Timothy, 40, 60. 

Tobias, 11, 40. 

Zaceheus, 160. 
Harford, see Hartford. 
Earraden, Daniel, 33. 

Joseph. :;.;. 
Harriman, Jane, 132. 

Mr., 177. 
Harris, John, 33. 

Mr., 3(t. 

Thomas, 46. 
IIac4, Alice, 156. 

Bridget. 85. 

( teorge, 55, 80. 

John, 52, 80. 

Lydia, 97. 

Mary. 52. 

Nathaniel, 57. 

Robert. 52. 

Samuel, 50, 52, 53. 

Sarah. 97. 

Thomas, 53. 
Hartford, Charity, 146. 

Mark. 147. 

Mary, 151. 

Patience, 147. 
Harvey, Elizabeth, 10. 

Hannah, 89, 102. 

Jonathan. 126. 

Mary, 11. 

Mr., 104. 

Ethoda, 136. 

Sarah, 135. 

Thomas, 99. 



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Hastings, John, 135. 
Hatch, Anna, 97. 

Grace, 97. 
Hathaway, Charles, 33. 
Haus, see Harris. 
Haven, Joseph, 147. 
Hawkin, Anna, 152. 

Charlotte, 129. 

Hannah, 189. 

Lewis B., 115. 

Rache-l, 159. 
Hayes, Abigail, 145. 

Benjamin, 147. 

Ebenezer, 151. 

Elizabeth, 151. 

Enoch, 149. 

Ezekiel, 152. 

George S., 152. 

Jonathan, 126. 

Joseph, 88, 183. 

Joshua, 150. 

Moses, 149. 

Samuel, 151, 184. 

Sarah, 185. 

Wentworth, 146. 
Haynes, Joshua, 49. 

Kezia, 54. 

Samuel, 118. 

Thomas J., 118. 
Hays, see Hayes. 
Hayt, see Hayte. 
Hayte, John, 10. 

William, 11. 
Hazlett, C. A., 51. 

Charles A., 96. 

James H., 9. 

Maria, 9. 

Maria W., 9. 
Hazlitt, see Hazlett. 
Healey, Jane, 179. 
Heard, see Hurd. 
Heath, Enoch, 173. 
Heck, Francis, 33. 
Heftenger, Arthur C, 8. 

Charles P., 8. 

Constance, 8. 

Francesca P., 8. 

Jacob A., 8. 

Katherine, 8. 

Mary S., 8. 

Priscilla S., 8. 
Henderson, Benjamin, 33. 

Howard, 12. 

Joseph, 33. 

William, 152. 
Henely, Mary, 52. 
Henty, Mary, 127. 
Hewes, see Hughes. 
Hicks, Elizabeth, 46. 



Higgins, Isaac, 45. 

Lydia, 45. 
Hill, Abigail, 57. 

Amos, 124. 

Benjamin, 132. 

Charlotte, 182. 

Dorothy, 99. 

Elizabeth, 45, 46, 54, 171. 

George, 171. 

Hannah, 10, 51, 54, 55. 

James S., 126. 

John, 50, 58, 126, 171. 

Joseph, 49, 54, 58. 

Joshua, 94. 

Josiah, 171. 

Mark, 181. 

Mary, 171, 187. 

Mehitable, 171. 

Miriam, 41. 

Mr., 25, 50. 

Rachel, 97. 

Rebecca, 40, 132. 

Robert, 79, 129. 

Ruth M., 188. 

Samuel, 85, 125, 171, 184. 

Sarah, 125, 178. 

Simeon, 38. 

Timothy, 181. 

Trueworthy, 79. 
Hilliard, Mary, 188. 
Hilton, Abigail, 186. 

Ann, 128. 

Benjamin, 94. 

Charles, 90. 

Charlotte, 113. 

Clarissa, 77. 

Eliza, 130. 

Elizabeth, 181. 

Joanna, 94. 

Martha A., 185. 

Mrs. C. H., 48. 

Nancy R., 116. 

Sarah, 125, 184. 

William, 94. 

Winthrop S., 185. 
Hine, Frank W., 95. 
Hinks, Elizabeth, 97. 
Hix, see Hicks. 
Hoag, Anna, 68. 

Enoch, 67, 123. 

Hannah, 68. 

John, 68. 

Joshua, 68. 

Lydia, 68. 

Mary, 67, 69. 

Mercy, 68. 

Miriam, 119. 

Moses, 68. 

Stephen, 68. 



212 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Hobbs, Sarah, 10. 
Hodgesdon, see Hodgdon. 
Hodgdon, Aaron, 109. 

Alexander, 16. 

Ann, 59. 

Benjamin, 62. 

Caleb, 67. 

Charles, 156. 

Elizabeth, 12, 59, 126, 156. 

Hannah, 17. 

John, 17, 19, 61, 62, 64, 107, 
109. 

Jonathan, 76, 146. 

Joseph, 107, 151. 

Lydia, 128. 

Mary, 16, 17, 19, 62, 64, 107, 
109. 

Rebecca, 147. 

Sarah, 64. 78. 

Stephen, 80. 
Hogdon, see Hodgdon. 
Hogg, Ebenezer, 33. 
Hoit, see Hoyte. 
Holliday, John, 33. 
Holmes, Anne, 52. 

Benjamin, "><>. 

Ephraim, 56, 151. 

Jeremiah, 10, 52. 

John, 52. 

Joseph, 56, 152. 

Joshua, 181. 

Lazarus, 56. 

Mary, 52. 

Ruth, 52. 

Samuel, 52. 
Holt, Hannah, 86, ST. 

Jeremiah, 87. 

Joseph, 130. 

Joshua, 87. 

Mary E. W., 87. 

Nathan, 87. 

Peter, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 135, 
136, 137. 

Sarah F., 87. 
Homan, Joanna, 10. 
Homes, see Holmes. 
Honeywell, .leuiima, 18. 
Hood, Elisha, 177. 

Samuel. 177. 
Hook, James, 176. 

Josiah, 178. 

Mood M., 180. 

Moses, 173. 

Nancy, 176. 

Reuben, 89. 

Sarah, 89. 
Hopkins, Caleb, 45. 

Nathaniel, 33. 
Hopley, Elizabeth, 12. 



Hopley, Mary, 12. 
Home, Daniel, 33, 15U. 
Drusilla, 146. 

Ebenezer, 150. 

Elijah, 152. 

James, 79. 

John, 18. 

Mary, 11. 78. 

Mercy, 12. 

Nathaniel, 12">. 

Rebecca, 152. 

Richard, 117. 

Thomas, 11. 

William, 150. 
Horton, Hezekiah, 191, 192. 
Houston. James, 10. 
Howard, Edward, 10. 
Howe, Abigail B., 168. 
Howison, John, 3. 
Hoyte, Benjamin, 14. 

Daniel, 180. 

Deborah, 17U. 

Dennis, 17, 157, 158. 

Eli, 176. 

Elizabeth, 157, 158, 187. 

Enoch, 62. 

Gorham W., 185. 

James, 175. 

John, 14, 17, 60, 62, 105, 108, 
157. 

Joseph, 105, 113, 115. 

Lydia, 17, 60, 62, 105, 108. 

Mary, 60, 177, 180. 

Mary P., 158. 

Mr., 46. 

Sarah, 71, 147. 

Thomas, 80. 
Hubbard, James, 123. 

Mary A., 115. 
Huckins, Agnes, 53. 

Aichelaus, 53. 

Ebenezer, 129. 

John, 151. 

Mary, 184. 

Phebe, 151. 

Sarah, 53, 65. 
Hudson, John, 9. 

Thomas, 33. 
Hues, see Hughes. 
Huestone, Jennet, 102. 
Hughes, Benjamin, 99. 

Charles, 55. 

Clement, 55, 56, 58. 

Daniel, 57. 

Elizabeth, 102. 

George, 57. 

Hannah, 55, 58, 98. 

John, 33, 56. 

Joseph, 99. 



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Hughes, Mary, 57, 100. 

Robert, 57. 

Samuel, 101. 

Solomon, 50. 

William, 57, 104. 
Hull, Reuben, 52. 
Hunking, Mark, 11. 

Mary, 146. 

Patience, 58. 

William, 10. 
Hunkins, see Hunking. 
Hunt, Abel, 131. 

Elizabeth, 137, 167. 

John W., 137. 

Moses, 167. 

Miss, 177. 

Philip, 176. 

Samuel, 137, 167. 
Huntington, Moses, 123. 
Huntoon, Charles, 131. 

Mary R., 136. 
Huntris, Christopher, 16, 17. 

Darling, 64, 106. 

Daniel, 157. 

Deborah, 108. 

Elizabeth, 14, 17, 109. 

Enoch, 59, 158. 

George, 11, 158. 

Gideon, 106. 

Hannah, 106. 

James, 125. 

John, 157. 

Jonathan, 59, 61, 64, 106, 108, 
111, 153. 

Joshua, 64. 

Lois, 109. 

Love, 64, 106. 

Lydia, 60, 64. 

Mary, 10, 16, 17, 59, 61, 64, 
106, 108, 111, 153, 157. 

Nathan, 157. 

Noah, 16, 153. 

Olive, 61. 

Samuel, 62. 

Seth, 111. 

Susanna, 60, 62, 109, 157. 

William, 17, 60, 62, 64, 109. 
Hurd, Abigail, 9, 147. 

Elizabeth, 13. 

Hannah, 151. 

Jean, 148. 

John, 10. 

Jonathan, 151. 

Phebe, 150. 

Sarah, 12, 151. 

Timothy, 152. 
Huse, Ebenezer, 175. 

William, 131. 
Hussey, Abigail, 124. 



Hussey, Ahijah, 162. 

Batchelor, 65, 164. 

Christopher, 162. 

Daniel, 141, 160, 164. 

Ebenezer, 70. 

Elizabeth, 123. 

Hannah, 160, 162. 

Huldah, 160, 164. 

Isaac, 164. 

James, 162, 164. 

James F., 141. 

Jane, 141. 

John, 70, 160, 162. 

Joseph, 160. 

Lydia, 160. 

Margery, 120. 

Mary, 65, 141, 159, 162. 

Patience, 160. 

Paul, 162. 

Peter, 164. 

Phebe, 124. 

Reuben, 38. 

Richard, 141. 

Sarah, 160, 162. 

Stephen, 39, 164. 

Sylvanus, 164. 

William, 162. 
Hutchins, James, 126. 

William, 33. 
Ide, Mrs., 192. 

Nicholas, 191, 192. 
Ilsley, Eunice G., 72. 

Sarah, 97. 

William, 72. 
Ingalls, Israel, 178. 

L. B., 47. 
Ingersoll, Joseph, 34. 
Ingraham, Mary, 101. 

Moses, 58. 

Mr., 57. 

Samuel, 53. 
Irish, John, 33. 
Irving, Elizabeth, 3. 
Jacklin, Rosamond, 11. 
Jackson, Ann, 182. 

Anna C, 6. 

Benjamin, 52. 

Ebenezer, 80. 

Edith, 100. 

Elizabeth, 55, 57. 

Ephraim, 58. 

James, 55. 

Johnson, 103. 

Lydia, 149. 

Margaret, 52. 

Mary, 10, 47, 50, 103. 

Phebe, 89, 148. 

Philip, 151. 

Samuel, 10. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Jackson, Sarah, 51. 52. 
Jacob, Daniel, 11. 

Joseph, 182. 

Setli. 122. 
Jaft'rey, Elizabeth, 103. 

George, 49, 102. 

Hannah, 49, 50. 51. 
James. Catherine, 75. 

Eleanor, 100. 

John, 102. 

Richard, 97. 

Thomas, 76. 
Janbrin, see Janverin. 
Janverin, Elizabeth, 55, 57, 107. 

George, 97. 

John, 12, 65, 105, 106, 107. 

Sarah, 179. 

William, 107. 
Jaquis, Henry, 12. 
Jaxon, see Jackson. 
Jefters, John, 170. 
Jenkins, Abigail, 127. 

Catherine, 188. 

Ebenezer, 119, 124. 

Elijah, 42, 66, 124. 

Elizabeth, 66. 70, 122, 124. 

Hannah, 43, 66, 68, 124. 

Isaiah, : J >8, 40. 

Jabez, 42, 66. 

James, 124. 

Jedediah, 124. 

John, 42. 

Jonathan, 41. 

Joseph, 185. 

Joshua, 66. 

Kezia, 78. 

Mary, 43. 

Ronald, 66, 124. 

Rowland, 11. 

Sarah, 66. 

Tabitha, 66. 
Jenness, Daniel, 119. 

David, 148, 150. 

Elizabeth, 172. 

Francis, 172. 

Jonathan, 122. 

Joseph, 133. 

Lucy. 146. 

Moses, 150. 

Olive, 182. 

Paul, 147. 

Sarah, 148, 172. 
Jennings, Anne, 6. 
Jennison, William, 33. 
Jepson, Jedediah, 69. 
Jewell, Asa, 21. 

Benjamin, 187. 

David, 21. 

Elizabeth, 118. 



Jewell, Hannah, 20, 21. 

Hannah M., 20. 

Levi, 20. 

Susan, 180. 
Jewett, Abigail, 166. 

Benjamin, 94. 

Samuel, 166. 

Sarah, 71. 

William, 166. 
Johnson, Abigail, 166. 

Anna, 135. 

Benjamin, 33, 77, 166. 

Bethia, 166. 

Charles, 97. 

Daniel, 134. 

Ebenezer, 49, 57. 

Elizabeth, 166. 

Enoch, 166. 

George, 129. 

Henry, 97, 99. 

Jacob, 182. 

Joanna, 10. 

John, 57. 

John M., 166. 

Katherine, 102. 

Nathaniel, 90. 

Samuel, 79. 

Sarah, 166. 

Susanna, 175. 

Timothy, 135. 
Johnston, Abigail, 168. 

James, 168. 
Jones, Abigail, 76. 

Abraham, 53, 58. 

Alexander, 33. 

Elizabeth, 12, 54, 1UU. 

Hannah, 54, 146. 

James, 93. 

Joanna, 58. 

John, 49, 54, 58. 

Jonathan, 125. 

Joseph, 13, 93. 

Joshua, 58. 

Margaret, 77. 

Mary, 52, 1U0. 

Miriam, 174. 

Nancy, 78. 

Nathaniel, 55. 

Oliver, 184. 

Pamelia,184. 

Pelatiah, 184. 

Philip, 123. 

Richard, 93. 

Robert, 126. 

Samuel, 97, 103, 186. 

William, 101, 125. 
Joy, Eliza, 187. 

Mary S., 186. 

Tabitha, 11. 



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Joy, Timothy, 78. 
Judkins, Andrew, 174. 

Joel, 176, 

Jonathan, 91. 

Parne, 134. 

Peter, 179. 

Rebecca, 174. 

Samuel, 134. 
Junkins, Lydia, 189. 

Sarah, 189. 
Kase, John, 10. 
Kate, see Gate. 
Kater, see Cater. 
Keais, Samuel, 49. 
Keef, John, 34. 
Keith, Robert, 1, 5. 
Kellogg, Minnie L., 190. 
Kelley, Anthony, 180. 

Benjamin, 80, 118. 

Charles, 72. 

Elizabeth C, 74. 

Hannah W. B., 74. 

James W., 74. 

Joanna, 72. 

Joseph, 72, 74. 

Laura L., 74. 

Lydia A., 74. 

Mary, 72. 

Mary A., 74. 

Mathew, 34. 

Minerva S., 74. 

Samuel, 179. 

Sarah, 7, 72. 

Sarah J., 127. 
Kendall, Abel, 85. 
Keniston, Aaron, 128. 

Asa, 75. 

Hannah, 188. 

John, 79. 

Joshua, 75. 

Mary, 79. 

Nathan, 80. 

Phebe, 79. 

Susanna, 75. 
Kennard, Alkins, 97. 

Edward, 57. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

George, 100. 

John, 53. 

John W., 55. 

Michael, 57. 

Mr., 99. 

Patience, 104. 

Samuel, 41. 

Thomas, 102. 
Kennedy, Gilbert, 2. 

Janet, 2. 
Kenney, see Canney. 
Kennison, see Keniston. 



Kent, Asa, 137. 

Ebenezer, 125, 130. 

Mary, 126. 

Richard, 127, 183. 
Kerny, Joseph, 78. 
Keswell, Mary, 127. 
Killmanock, Alexander, 34. 
Kim, Elizabeth, 11. 
Kimball, Ebenezer, 176. 

Edward, 34. 

Elizabeth, 81. 

Jesse, 119. 

Mary F., 141. 
Kimmin, Sarah, 13. 
King, Sophia, 187. 
Kirk, Eleanor, 10. 
Kirkness, Thomas, 3. 
Kittredge, Eleanor, 83. 

Eliza, 83. 

Charles, 83. 

George, 83, 89. 

George W., 83. 

Mary R., 83. 
Knight, Charles, 60. 

Elizabeth, 11, 12. 

Hannah, 79. 

John, 14. 

Kezia, 147. 

Nicholas, 19, 60, 63, 107. 

Olive, 149. 

Sarah, 57, 60, 63, 107. 

Susanna, 63, 150. 

Westbrook, 53. 

William, 19. 
Knowles, Abigail, 133. 

Eliza, 115. 

James, 34, 146. 

Mr., 30. 

Nathan, 115. 

Simon, 115. 

Susanna, 149. 
Ladd, Dorothy, 185. 

Nathaniel, 86, 133. 
Lamb, William, 34. 
Lambeth, Philip, 11. 
Lamos, Abigail, 122, 160. 

Deliverance, 41. 

Grace, 52. 

Hannah, 160. 

James, 123, 128, 162. 

Jonathan, 39, 122, 160. 

Joseph, 123. 

Kezia, 123. 

Lydia, 160. 

Nathaniel, 160. 

Samuel, 38. 

Sarah, 160. 

Stephen, 123. 
Lamson, Albert H., 144. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Lane, A. C, 22. 

Albert F., 74. 

Amanda M., 24, 74. 

A ndrew C, 73. 

Caroline E., 22. 

Charlotte. 23. 

Dinah, L13. 

Elizabeth, 2:;. 

Elizabeth A., 73. 

Enoch M. C, 22. 

Eunice, 21. 

Ezekiel, 136. 

George, 24, 116, 117, 118. 

George E., 73, 74. 

Hannah, 21. 

Hannah C. 21, 22. 

Henry S., 24. 

Isaiah, 136. 

James, 23. 

John, 21, 22, 189. 

Joshua J., 24. 

Josiah, 24. 

Katherine, 8. 

Lydia, 24. 

Martha, 23, 128. 

Mary, 181. 

Mary M.. 22, 116. 

Ruth, 91. 

Samuel, 21. 

Samuel G., 22. 

Sarah, 24, 118, 138. 

Solomon, 132. 

Thomas, 22. 

William, 21, 182. 

William F., 21, 23. 
Lang, Anne, 49, 50. 

Clarissa H., 116. 

Deliveraee, .")0. 

Eliza, 181. 

Grace, 57. 

nannah, 76. 

John, 64. 

Martha, 127. 

Nathaniel, 54. 

Robert, 50. 

Samuel, 55. 

Sidney, 79. 

Stephen, 49, 50, 52, 54. 

Thomas, 54, 98. 

Thomas J., 118. 
Langdon, Elizabeth. 48. 

John, 25. 

Joseph, 146. 

Martha, 51. 

Mary, 101. 

Samuel, 100. 

Tobias, 49, 100. 
Langley, David, 128. 

Elizabeth, 130. 



Langley, Ephraim, 78. 

Hannah, 79, 187. 

Harriet, 77. 

James, 79. 

Joanna, 75. 

Job, 130. 

Joseph, 75. 

Lydia, 76. 

Margaret. 79. 

Mary, 184. 

Miriam, 75. 

Nancy, 129, 184. 

Olando, 184. 

Fatience, 126. 

Reuben, 116. 

Samuel, 125. 

Sarah, 80. 

Thomas, 79, 129, 184. 

Timothy, 78. 
Langmaid, Jacob, 126. 

Jonathan, 183. 

Joseph, 52, 

Sarah, 125. 
Langton, Mary, 45. 
Larraby, Abigail, 101. 

Eleanor, 99. 

Jane, 99. 

Mary, 52. 

Samuel, 103. 

Sarah, 99. 

Thomas, 98, 101. 
Laskey, Lois, 78. 

Love, 80. 

Mary, 125, 129. 

Susan, 182. 
Lathrop, Mrs., 190. 
Laughton, Mary, 45. 
Lawrans, see Lawrence. 
Lawrence, Anna, 135. 

Caroline W., 87. 

David, 87, 88, 135, 167, 171. 

Deborah <;., 83. 

Edward, 135, 167. 

Elizabeth P., 87. 

George W., 87. 

(.onion, 185. 

Hannah, 86, 167. 

Jennings, 167. 

Joseph, 135, 167. 

Joseph S., 87. 

Josiah, 88, L67. 

Jotham, 83, 87. 

Lydia, 87. 

Martha, 132. 

Mary, 167. 

Mary H., 87. 

Matthias, 167. 

Mehitable, 135. 

Moses, 167. 



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Lawrence, Olive, 87, 88. 

Olive H., 87. 

Olive H. B., 88. 

Rachel, 167. 

Ruth, 87. 

Samuel, 87, 91, 169. 

Sarah, 87. 

Solomon, 167. 

Susan, 181. 

William F., 83. 
Layne, see Lane. 
Layton, see Leighton. 
Lanclal, Elizabeth, 102. 

Lucy, 104. 
Leach, Richard, 79. 
Leadbetter, Increase, 34. 
Leaden, John, 34. 
Lear, Mary, 128. 

Susanna, 11. 
Leathers, Jane, 130. 

Joseph, 127, 131. 

Lydia, 75, 125. 

Robert, 79. 
Leavitt, Abigail, 143. 

Daniel, 143. 

Deliverance, 142. 

Dorothy, 143. 

Dudley, 143. 

Eliza, 142. 

Elizabeth, 143. 

Ephraim, 116. 

Hannah, 142, 143. 

James, 142, 143. 

James S., 115. 

Jeremiah, 142, 143. 

John, 142, 143. 

John S., 192. 

Jonathan, 118. 

Joseph, 143. 

Mary, 142. 

Mr., 143. 

Moses, 143, 174. 

Nehemiah, 142, 143. 

Reuben, 143. 

Samuel, 142, 143. 

Sarah, 143. 

Stephen, 143. 

Thomas, 142. 

Timothy, 143. 
Lebba, see Libbey. 
Leblanch, Lewis, 34. 
Lee, Abraham, 9. 

Caesar, 34. 

Mary, 92. 

Samuel, 92. 

Sarah, 45. 
LeGrosse, George, 16. 
Lewis, Elizabeth, 121. 

Hannah, 45, 



Lewis, Joseph, 34. 

Mary, 51. 

Sarah, 161. 

William, 51. 
Leighton, Abigail, 79. 

David, 109, 146. 

Deborah, 16, 163. 

Dorothy, 147. 

Edward, 46. 

Elizabeth, 108, 149. 

George, 44. 

Harriet, 183. 

Hatevil, 15, 64, 109. 

James, 80. 

John S., 69. 

Jonathan, 40, 75, 152. 

Joseph, 64. 

Kezia, 148. 

Luke, 105. 

Lydia, 145. 

Mary, 16, 18, 19, 59, 61, 64, 
105, 108. 

Nancy, 80. 

Samuel, 109. 

Sarah, 15, 64, 109. 

Smithson, 61. 

Temperance, 90. 

Thomas, 15, 16, 18, 19, 59, 61, 
64, 105, 108. 
Libbey, Agnes, 97. 

Anne, 55. 

Bethia, 97. 

Bethshua, 98. 

Deborah, 77. 

Elizabeth, 97, 102. 

George, 102. 

Hanson, 58. 

Ichabod, 100. 

James, 18, 50, 52, 102. 

Jeremiah, 100, 101. 

John, 10, 104. 

Mary, 52, 104. 

Paul, 123. 
Liddell, George, 3. 
Liscomb, William, 34. 
Littlerield, Phebe, 10. 
Llinn, John, 34. 
Lloyd, Arthur, 34. 
Lobdell, Mary G., 144. 
Locke, Abigail P., 185. 

Elisha, 78. 

Elizabeth, 148. 

Hannah, 150. 

Mercy, 146. 

Meribah, 147, 150. 

Miriam, 177. 

Nancy, 130. 

Reuben, 93. 

Sabina, 10. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Locke, William, 1ST. 
Lokir, Daniel. 80. 
Lomes. Esther, 186. 
Lord, Ann, 10. 
Dorothy, 10. 

Martha, 12. 
Rebecca, so. 

Samuel, 150. 

Sarah, 10. 
William AV., 151. 
Loud, Abigail, 68. 

David, 101. 

John, 58. 

Samuel, 175. 

Solomon, 97. 

Thomas, 99. 

William, 58. 
Loutit, Thomas, 3. 
Lovit, John, 10. 
Loverign, see Lovering. 
Lovering, Apphia, 176. 

Richard, 179. 

Thomas, 111. 
Low, Henry, 53. 

Joanna, 51, 53, 54. 

John, 34, 53. 

Jonathan, 99. 

Nathaniel, 57. 

Sarah, 53, 99, 100. 
Lowden, Anthony, 11. 
Lowell, Charles, 6. 

Charles R., 6. 

Ezra, 34. 

James R., 6. 

John, 6. 

Mary, 176. 

Mary T. S., 6. 

Rebacca, 6. 

Rebecca R., 6. 

Robert T. S., 6. 

William K. S., 6. 
Lowney, William, 91. 
Lubey, Richard, 34. 
Lucy, Alexander, 125. 

Caleb, 177. 

Hannah, 185. 

Rachel, 75. 

Thomas, 78, 185. 
Lunt, Timothy, 34. 
Lyford, Mehit'able, 91. 
Lyon, John, 2. 

Margaret, 2. 
Macduff, Earl, 4. 
Mace, Abner F., 188. 

John, 186. 

Mary, 65. 
Macfee, William, 146. 
Maclay, Kdgar S., 27. 
Macphedris, John, 102. 



Macphedris, Sarah, 102. 
Macubbin, .lames, 8. 

Nicholas, 6. 
Main, Amos, 145. 

Mary, 146. 
Maker. John, 191. 

Mary, 191. 

Reuben, 191. 
Maloon, Abigail, 99. 

Jane, 99. 
Manly, John, 26, 27, 28, 29, 37. 
Mann, Anne, 53. 

Edward, 58. 

Mary, ">2. 
Marble, James, 72. 

Joseph 11., 72. 

Joshua W., 72. 

Mary, 45. 

Mary M., 72. 

Samuel, 72, 93. 
March, Joseph, 71. 

Sarah, 71. 
Marden, Alice, 97. 

Benjamin, 103, 104. 

James. 1.51, 

John, 135. 

Mr., 99. 

Noah, 101. 

Olive, 88. 

Sarah, 183. 
Marrifield, William, 13. 
Marsh, Gilman, 89. 
Marshall, Abgail, 188. 

Comfort, 188. 

Elizabeth, 50, 56, 58. 

Jane, 101. 

John, 99. 

Mary, 178. 

Nathaniel. 56. 
Marston, David, 131. 

Hannah, 20, 21. 

James. 94. 

Jeremiah, 91. 

Joseph S., 1 17. 

Nancy, 86. 

Sarah, 94. 
Martin. George, -46. 

Henry J., 195. 
Isabel, 46. 
Jane, 55, 58. 
Joanna, 192. 
John, L92. 
Jonathan, 17">. 
Kezia, 102. 
Mary, 14, 191, 192. 
Mercy, 192. 
Michael, 14. 
Miriam, 174. 
Richard, 46, 192. 



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Martin, Robert, 191. 

Sarah, 177. 

William, 14. 
Mascott, Joseph, 35. 
Masey, Bethia, 58. 

Mr., 58. 

Mrs., 58. 
Mason, Albert C, 192. 

Elizabeth, 12. 

Sampson, 191. 
Masterman, James, 34. 
Mathes, Abraham, 78. 

Benjamin, 77. 

Daniel, 79. 

Jessie I., 186. 

Reuben, 188. 

Ruth, 79. 

Samuel, 127, 182. 
Mathews, Elizabeth, 56. 

Miss, 56. 
Maxcy, see Maxey. 
Maxey, Hervey, 175. 
McCoy, Charlotte, 185. 

Comfort, 80. 
Mc Daniel, Andrew, 79, 128. 

Nancy, 183. 
McDonald, Jane, 182. 

Lucinda P., 81. 
McDowell, Edward, 34. 

Moses, 102. 
McDuffee, Mary, 145. 
McDurfee, Mary, 150. 
McElroy, David, 35. 
McGill, Carroll, 7. 

Lillie, 7. 

Mary C, 7. 

Oliver T., 7. 

Rebecca, 7. 

Roberta, 7. 
Mclntire, William, 33, 93. 
McKenney, Robert, 10. 
McKinnon, Charles, 34. 
McLaughlin, Lawrence, 34. 
McNeil, Charles, 35. 

Hector, 26, 27, 30, 34. 

Malcolm, 26. 

Mary, 26, 30. 

Neal, 26. 

Robert, 34. 
Mead, Elizabeth, 54. 
Meader, Abigail, 66. 

Anne, 66. 

Benjamin, 121. 

David, 39. 

Ephraim, 121. 

Francis, 66. 

Hannah, 121. 

Hanson, 121. 

James, 66. 



Meader, Jedediah, 160. 

Joel, 70. 

John, 42, 126. 

Jonathan, 44. 

Joseph, 43, 67, 161. 

Judith, 66, 121. 

Lemuel, 66. 

Lois, 66. 

Mary, 121. 

Meseiwe, 126. 

Micajah, 121. 

Miriam, 66. 

Micholas, 39. 

Stephen, 121. 

Tobias, 121. 
Mehaney, Jeremiah, 34. 
Melcher, Elizabeth, 54. 

John, 56. 

Mary, 10. 
Mereen, John, 45, 92. 
Merrill, Abigail, 137. 

Asa, 118. 

Benjamin, 136. 

Joanna, 75. 

John, 177. 

Nancy, 176. 

William, 180. 
Merritt, Noah, 45. 
Meschinet, John, 34. 
Meserve, Clement, 12. 

Daniel, 80. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

Hannah, 187. 

Philip, 34. 

Samuel, 77, 78. 

Sarah, 77. 
Meservey, see Meserve. 
Mighills, George, 80. 
Millen, Mr., 30. 
Miller, Alice, 99. 

Anne, 98. 

Benjamin, 101, 157. 

Bridget, 50. 

Elizabeth, 101. 

Elizabeth H., 156. 

Hannah, 98. 

Jeremiah, 98. 

John, 98. 

Joseph, 98, 101. 

Lydia, 101. 

Margaret, 98. 

Mark, 156, 157. 

Martha, 12. 

Mary, 81, 101. 

Moses, 104. 

Nicholas H., 157. 

Peter, 102. 

Robert, 192. 

Sarah, 101. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Miller, Susanna, 98, 15G, 157. 

William, 104. 
Mills, Bethia, 54. 

Deborah, 157. 

Mary, 77. 
Milne, .John, 34. 
Mitchell, George, 34. 

John, :54. 

Joseph, 34. 

Joshua, 34. 
Mocard, Miss, 4. 
Moncton, (Ten., 27. 
Monsey, see Munsey. 
Moody, Samuel, 85, 93. 

Sarah, 190. 
Mooney, Abigail, 80. 
Moore, Benjamin F., 115. 

Elizabeth. 55, 1U4. 

Jonathan, 58. 

Mr., 57. 

Samuel, 4G, 54, 55, 94, 102. 

Sarah, 101. 

Sophia, 110. 
Morgan, John, 34. 

Thomas, 34. 
Morrel, see Morrill. 
Morrill, Abigail, 44. 

Abra, 91. 

Abraham, 8(5, 121, 162. 

Adah, 12. 

Anna, 187. 

Content, 161. 

David, 161. 

Elizabeth, 161. 

Enoch, 44. 

Esther, 161. 

Hannah, 38, 85, 132, 171. 

Jacob, 44, 171. 

James, 161. 

Jedediah, 120. 

John, 11, 135, 161. 

Jonathan, 161. 

Josiah, 124. 

Judith, 44. 

Levi, 133, 171. 

Lydia, 161, 171. 

Martha, 47. 

Mary, 44, 171, 174. 

Mercy, 161. 

Miriam. 188, 171. 

Mrs., 168. 

Patience, 161. 

Peace, 44. 

Peter, 44. 

Buth, 161. 

Samuel, 44, 137. 

Sarah, 11, 44, 161. 

Stephen, 44. 

Susanna, 161. 



Morrill, Thaddeus, 161. 

Thomas, 44. 

William, 168, 171. 
Morrison, Joel, 183. 

John, 129. 
Morse, Anthony, 190. 

Benjamin, 190. 

Elizabeth, 190. 

Hugh, 190. 

John, 127. 

Mary, 11, 190. 

obadiah, 49. 

Buth S., 190. 

Samuel. 190. 

Sarah, 190. 
Moses, Abigail, 104. 

Elizabeth, 184, 186. 

Joseph, 97. 

Mary, 102. 

Rebecca, 97. 

Robert, 100. 



Samuel, 



v 



Sarah, 52. 

Timothy, 184. 
Moss, see Morse. 
Moulton, Abigail. 98, 102. 

Abra, 77. 

Alice, 99. 

Bartholomew, 34. 

Benjamin, 117. 

Flora <;., 48. 

John. 98, 104. 

Joseph, 98, 116. 

Nathan, 118. 
Mow, Elizabeth, 103. 

Mr., 104. 

Peter, 51. 
Mowat, Edward, '-i. 
Mudget, Abigail, 134. 

Hannah, 91. 
Mugford, William, 35. 
Mugridge, John, 181. 
Mulleahey, Michael, 34. 
Mulling, William, 36. 
M unden, Elizabeth, 9. 
Mundro, Elizabeth, 145. 
Monroe, William, 34. 
Munsey, David, 45. 

John, 45. 

Margaret, 45. 

Mary, 45. 

Timothy, 45. 

William, 11, 45. 
Munson, John, 190, 191. 

Joseph, 190, 191. 

Mary, H»4. 

Bobert, 190, 191. 

Samuel, 104. 

Sarah, 104, 190. 



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Munson, Stephen, 190, 191. 
Murphy, Daniel, 76. 

Mary, 89. 

Michael, 34. 
Murray, Abigail, 184. 

David, 182. 

John, 34, 65. 
Myrick, John, 151. 
Nash, Phebe, 101. 
Nason, Benjamin, 9. 

Jonathan, 12. 

Joshua, 116. 

Mary, 152. 

Samuel, 163. 

Shuah, 9. 
Nay, Sarah, 116. 
Naylor, Lydia, 149. 
Neal, Abigail, 43. 

Elizabeth, 104, 116. 

James, 41, 70, 120. 

Jeremiah, 104. 

John, 75. 

Sarah, 80. 

Sarah C, 188. 
Nealley, Benjamin, 78. 

Joseph, 84. 
Needham, Mary, 43. 
Negro, Caesar, 61. 

Corridon, 62. 

Dinah, 61, 62. 

Jarka, 18. 

Phebe, 16. 

Phillis, 62. 
Neigh, Samuel, 134. 
Neil, Abigail, 129. 
Nelson, Elizabeth, 11. 

Hannah, 9. 

James, 100. 

John, 103. 

Mary, 7. 

Mathew, 98. 
Newman, William, 35. 
Newmarch, Benjamin, 97. 

John, 50. 

Nathaniel, 57. 

Samuel, 55. 
Nichols, David, 120. 

Eunice, 69, 120. 

Hannah, 120, 162. 

John, 120. 

Nancy, 174. 

Phebe, 120. 

Robert, 35. 

Samuel, 120. 

Sarah, 120. 

Stephen, 120. 

Thomas, 120. 
Niles, Sarah, 190, 191. 
Nisbet, John, 3. 



Nisbet, Mr., 1. 
Nobel, Mark, 35. 
Noble, Fanny, 77. 

Sarah, 127. 

Silas, 182. 

Tirzah, 89. 
Nock, James, 35. 

Judith, 164. 

Sylvanus, 12. 
Norris, Benjamin, 73. 

Caleb, 73. 

Charles, 73. 

Coffin D., 170. 

Elizabeth, 89. 

Eunice, 170. 

James, 73, 85, 169. 

John, 169. 

Joseph, 73, 90, 131. 

Josiah, 91, 132, 137, 169, 170. 

Judith, 132. 

Katherine, 169, 170. 

Lucy, 170. 

Lydia, 86. 

Martha, 73. 

Mary, 73, 169. 

Meh'itable, 73. 

Mehitable C, 73. 

Moses, 170. 

Nancy, 73, 136. 

Nathaniel, 73. 

Sarah, 170. 

Theophilus, 132. 

William, 73, 134, 170, 187. 
Norton, Benjamin, 186. 

David S., 184. 

Levi, 128. 

Lillian A., 188. 

Nathaniel, 186. 
Nowell, Abraham, 189. 

Ebenezer, 189, 190. 

Esther, 190. 

Increase, 190. 

John, 189. 

Mary, 189. 

Paul, 189. 

Peter, 189. 

Samuel, 35. 

Sarah, 189. 

Silas, 190. 
Nowlan, Richard, 35. 
Noyes, Humphrey, 175. 

Mary, 180. 
Nudd, Abigail, 168. 

Clarissa, 126. 

Mary J., 115. 

Samuel, 168. 
Nute, Abraham, 12. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

John, 148. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Nute, Samuel, 148. 
Nutter, Abigail, 107, 111, 148, 167, 
158. 
Ann, 112. 
Anna, 62, 64, 106, 108, 109, 112, 

153, 154, 156. 
Anthony, 16, 18, 19, 60, 62, 

106, 109, 154. 
Arabella, 153. 
Benjamin, 18. 
Christopher, 107. 
Dea., 156. 
Deborah, 62. 
Dorothy, 106. 
Easter, 109, 111, 158. 
Ebenezer, 109. 
Eleanor, 16. 
Elizabeth. 59, 108, 153. 
Esther, 158. 

Hannah, 15, 16, 18, 19, 59, 81, 

64, 107, 108, 156. 
Hatevil, 15, 18, 59, 60. 61, 64, 

107, 108, 155. 
Henry, 12, 158. 
James, 109, 111, 158. 
Jethro, 158. 

John, 15, 19, 60, 62, 64, 108, 
109, 112, 153, 154. 

Jonathan, 106. 

Jonathan W., 106. 

Joseph S., 153. 

Joshua, 108, 111. 153. 

Jotham, 60. 

Lois, 18, 64. 

Mark, 186. 

Mary, 16, 18, 19, 60, 62, 106. 

Mathias, 16, 19, 59, 106. 

Nathan, 111. 

Nathaniel, 158. 

Nelson D., 19. 

Olive, 153. 

Richard, 158. 

Rosamond, 16, 76. 

Samuel, 107. 

Sarah, 107, 108, 109, 111, 153. 

Susanna, 106. 

William, 109. 
Oak, Nathaniel, 125. 
O'Brien, Joseph, 35. 

William, 35. 
Oddihorne, see Odiorne. 
Odell, Charlotte, 113, 116. 

(ieorge H., 113. 

James. 11:;. 

.lames K.. 113. 

Mary, 74. 

Sarah W., 113. 

William O., 113. 
Odiorne, Elizabeth, 57. 



Odiorne, Jane, 52, 134. 

Mr., 56. 

Nathaniel, 54, 58. 
Odlin, Elizabeth, 75. 
Ogilvy, John, '■'>. 
I >t(l\vay, Lucy, 136. 

Sarah, 91. 
Orne, James, 127. 
Osborne, Adeline E., 186. 

Eliza, 7!t. 

John, 75, 181. 

Marble, 40. 

Samuel, 183. 

Sarah, 11. 

Sarah N., 183. 
Osburn, see Osborne. 
Osgood, Apphia, 137. 

Chase, 137, 138, 165, 169. 

Ebenezer, 85, 91. 

Edward, 138. 

Elizabeth, 133, 137, 165. 

Hannah, 89, 138. 

James, 90. 

Martha, 137, 169. 

Mary, 89, 165. 

Nehemiah, 35. 

Phebe, 137, 138, 165. 

Reuben, 91. 

Samuel, 137. 

Sarah, 138. 

Shuah, 137. 

William, 133. 
Otice, see Otis. 
Otis, Joyce, 11. 

Simon, 188. 
Packer, Thomas, 9. 
Page, Aaron, 165. 

Abigail, 89, 136. 

Abner, 17:1. 

Amos, 179. 

Daniel, 124, 146. 

David, 90, 131, 138. 

Deborah, 138. 

Elizabeth, 133. 

Enoch, 1l'::. 

Eunice, 185. 

Hannah, 123, 180. 

John, 138, 165, 179. 

John D., 165. 

Lucy, 150. 

Lydia, 138, 165. 

Margaret, 90, 138. 

Mary, 10, 91, 124, 138, 178. 

Muses, 165. 

Reuben, 165. 

Ruth. 123, 133, 165. 

Samuel, 89, 123. 

Sarah, 152. 

Simon, 133. 



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223 



Page, Taylor, 183. 

William, 131. 
Paine, Amos, 55. 

Christian, 54. 

John, 55, 188. 

Philip, 55. 

Richard, 35. 

Rowena, 188. 

William, 55. 
Palmer, Elizabeth, 151. 

Groath, 84. 

Hannah, 99. 

William, 152. 

William L., 49, 93. 
Palmes, Richard, 35. 
Parcher, Catherine, 61. 

Elias, 13, 61. 

Samuel, 61. 
Parker, Caleb, 35. 

Elizabeth, 49, 50, 52, 53. 

John, 53, 57. 

Joseph, 35. 

Katherine, 52. 

Mary, 54. 

Miss, 53. 

Nathaniel, 52. 

Noah, 53. 

Phineas, 180. 

Robert, 77. 

Samuel G., 127. 

Thomas, 35, 52. 

William, 50, 53. 
Parrott, John, 35. 
Parsons, Levi, 174. 

Thomas, 183. 

William, 35. 

Zaccheus, 35. 
Partridge, John, 49. 

Sarah, 10. 
Patten, Aaron, 176. 

Colcord, 180. 
Patterson, Mr., 16. 
Paul, Benjamin, 40. 

Mary, 53. 

Moses, 53. 

Mr., 25. 

Nina C, 185. 

Sarah, 56. 
Pearce, Harriet, 7. 
Pearl, Abraham, 146. 

Elizabeth, 149. 

Joseph, 152. 

Mary, 151. 

Rachel, 150. 

Sarah, 151. 
Pearson, Ebenezer, 93. 

Edward N., 95. 

Hannah, 93. 

John, 75, 183. 



Pearson, Samuel M., 114. 
Peaslee, Amos, 70. 

Caleb, 177. 

Elizabeth, 175. 

Daniel, 174. 

Israel, 124. 

Joseph, 162. 

Nicholas, 70. 

Ruth, 123. 

Sarah, 44. 

Simeon, 180. 

William, 174. 
Peasley, see Peaslee. 
Peavey, Anthony, 152. 

Daniel, 17. 

Elizabeth, 62. 

Hudson, 17, 59, 61, 62, 105, 
107, 109. 

James, 61. 

John, 103, 109. 

Joshua, 149. 

Lucinda, 184. 

Madlin, 15, 17, 59, 61, 62, 105, 
107, 109. 

Mary, 16, 17, 18, 59, 60, 100. 

Mercy, 105. 

Oliver, 15. 

Sarah, 60, 100. 

Temperance, 18, 107. 

Thomas, 15, 16, 18, 60. 

William, 100. 
Pederson, Hants, 35. 
Peirce, Benjamin, 35. 

Daniel, 54. 

Elizabeth, 51, 54. 

George, 55, 58. 

Joseph, 51. 

Joseph W., 75. 

Joshua, 49, 57. 

Lydia, 174. 

Margaret, 98. 

Martha, 58. 

Mary, 55, 99. 

Mehitable, 49, 50. 

Nathaniel, 57. 

Rebecca E. W., 186. 

Samuel, 175. 

Sarah, 181. 

Thomas, 50, 56, 80. 

Tobias, 103. 
Pendergast, Ann, 126. 

Deborah, 181. 

Edmund, 183. 

Hannah, 79. 

James, 79, 187. 

John, 182. 

Nicholas, 127. 

Rachel, 79. 

Sarah, 77, 78. 



224 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Pendergast. Solomon, 75. 
Pendergrass, see Pendergast. 
Pendexter, Elizabeth, 09. 

John, 103. 

Joseph, 12">. 

Margaret, 99. 

Mary, 99. 

Philip, 103. 
Penhallow, Andrew J., 7. 

Charles L., 7. 

David P., 8. 

Dea., 51. 

Dun lap, 8. 

Elizabeth, 51. 

Elizabeth J., 8. 

Hannah A., 8. 

Harriet, 7. 

Hunking, 7. 

John P., 7. 

Joseph, 55. 

( Hympia, 57. 

Richard, 100. 

Samuel, 50. 

Susan P., 7. 

Susanna, 53. 
Pepper, Rebecca, 92. 
Perkins, Abraham, 16, 75. 

Anna, 152. 

Elizabeth, 167. 

Frances, 11. 

Gilbert, 146. 

Hannah, 150. 

John, 94, 167. 

Judith, 146. 

Mary, 12, 167. 

Nancy, 78. 

Nathaniel, 167. 

Nathaniel T., 89. 

Thomas, .".">. 
Permatt, see I'ermitt. 
Permitt, Abigail, 101. 

Hannah, 97. 

John, 99. 

Judith, 50. 
Perry, Jacob, 35. 
Peters, Andrew, 58. 

John, 129. 

Mary, 58. 

Pomp, :'>•"). 
Pettingale, Ephraim, 35. 
Pettit, Joseph, :!">. 
Peverly, Anna, 102. 

Elizabeth, 100. 

Grace, 5 I. 

Nathaniel, 100, 103. 

Temperance, 101. 

William, 104. 
Pevey, see Peavey. 
Phelps, Aholiab, 35. 



Philbrick, Elizabeth, 10. 

Mehitable, 86. 

William, 49. 
Philbrook, Joel, 35. 
Phipps, Danforth, 56. 

Mehitable, 98. 

Sarah, 100. 

Thomas, 50, 58, 104. 
Pickering, Abigail, 57, 112. 

Alice, 109. 

Anthony, 61, 63, 105. 

Benjamin, <>.;. 

Charles W. W., 8. 

Daniel, 56. 

Deborah, 153, 154. 

Elizabeth, 17, 56, 61, 63. 

Ephraim, 112, 168, 154, 157 

Eunice, 157. 

Fanny C, 8. 

Guy, 8. 

Hannah, 112, 154. 

Isaac, 8. 

Isaac W., 7. 

Jerusha, 112, 164, 155, 156. 

John, 9, 56, 112, 157, 158. 

John R., 112. 

John S., 8. 

Joseph, 108. 

Joshua, 14, 63, 157. 

Levi, 105, 156. 

Louisa S., 8. 

Lydia, 112, 153, 154, 157. 

Maria L., 8. 

Mary, 7, 8, 12, 
61, 63, 105, 
111, 157. 

Mary A. J., 7. 

Mehitable, 182. 

Nancy, 1 12. 

Nehemiah, 165. 

Nicholas, 111, 112, 154, 158. 

olive R., 157. 

Patience, 111. 

Kebecca, 12. 

Richard, 107. 

Robert T., 7. 

Rose, I'm. 

Sarah, 53, 106. 

Sarah T., 112. 

Temperance, 111. 

Thomas, 17, 18, 50, 56, 61, 63, 
106, 107, 109, 111, 112,154, 
1"."., 156, 158. 

William, 18. 

William W.. 7. 

Winthrop, 63. 
Pierce, Pres., 8. 
Pike, Abigail, 58. 

Abraham, 79. 



17, 18, 49. 50, 
106, 107, 109, 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



225 



Pike, Benjamin, 54. 

Elizabeth, 134. 

John, 9, 12, 85, 99. 

Margaret, 50, 53. 

Sarah, 53. 

Theodore, 102. 

William, 181. 
Pillsbury, Frank J., 144. 
Pinder, Joseph, 76. 

Mary S., 186. 

Sarah, 80. 
Pinkham, Abigail, 78. 

Ann M., 115. 

Daniel, 80. 

John, 185. 

John T., 126. 

Joseph, 43. 

Lois, 147. 

Mary, 126. 

Nicholas, 43. 

Otis, 43. 

Paul, 43, 44. 

Rose, 44, 122. 

Silas, 43. 

Solomon, 12. 

Sophia, 78. 

Susanna, 149. 

Thomas, 11. 

Timothy, 126. 
Piper, Abigail, 116. 

Deborah, 20. 

Elizabeth, 116. 

John, 117. 

Nancy, 116. 

Noah, 74, 115, 117, 118. 

Samuel, 10. 

Sarah, 23. 

Susanna, 116. 

Theodosia, 117. 
Pitman, Ezekiel, 102. 
Pitts, Boston, 35. 
Place, Abigail, 145. 

Abner, 159. 

Alice, 107, 111, 158. 

Amos, 149. 

Charity, 150. 

Elizabeth, 107. 

George, 147. 

George H., 8. 

Hannah, 148. 

James, 147. 

John, 146, 150. 

Joseph, 107, 111. 

Mary, 60, 151. 

Miriam, 60. 

Richard, 19. 

Samuel, 60. 

Sarah, 111. 
Plaisted, Elisha, 10, 



Plaisted, John, 49. 

Olive, 53. 
Plumer, see Plummer. 
Plummer, Beard, 150. 

George W., 86. 

Hannah, 173. 

John J., 86. 

Joseph, 148. 

Lois, 149. 

Mary, 168. 

Quintus, 86. 

Samuel, 86, 168. 

Sarah, 86. 

Sarah F., 86. 

William, 86. 
Plunket, Abraham, 35. 
Poindexter, see Pendexter. 
Pollard, Jacob, 175. 

Mary, 173. 
Polly, Jonathan, 57. 

Mr., 54. 
Pommery, Rebecca, 9. 

Richard, 11. 
Pond, Maria, 8. 
Poor, Lydia, 173. 
Pope, Lydia, 162. 
Porter, Huntington, 24. 

Robert, 126. 
Potter, John, 35. 
Pottinger, Elspeth, 2. 
Pottle, Aaron T. M., 71. 

Benjamin, 125. 

Eliza J., 71. 

George W., 71. 

Hannah T., 71. 

Henry, 71. 

Lucretia, 117. 

Lucy, 115. 

Mary A., 71. 

Sarah, 71. 
Potts, Thomas, 10. 
Pray, Elizabeth, 99. 

Joanna, 58. 

Richard, 58. 
Preble, Abraham, 152, 189. 

Commodore, 7. 

Humility, 189. 

Mary, 189. 
Prescott, Alice, 85. 

Chase, 135. 

Daniel, 85. 

Dorothy, 134. 

Dudley, 131. 

Elisha, 89. 

Hannah, 132. 

Jeremiah, 134. 

John, 91, 131, 169. 

Jonathan, 132, 134, 181. 

Joseph, 90, 133. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Preseott. Mary, 86, 89, 90. 

Nathan (i., 134. 

olive. 181. 
Phebe, 85. 
Rachel, 90. 
Rebecca, 10, 134. 

Reuben, 80, 134. 

Ruth, 180. 

Samuel, 90, 133. 

Simon, 85. 90. 

Stephen, 134. 

Susanna, 90. 
Presket, see Preseott. 
Presson, Robert, 79. 
Preston, Susanna, 49. 
Prey, see Pray. 
Priest, Samuel. 77. 
Puddington, see Purinton. 
Pue, Rebecca A., 8. 
Pugsley, John, 12. 
Fulsifer, Benjamin, 91. 
Pnmmary, Jane, 103. 
Purinton, Abijah, 161. 

Amos, 161. 

Amy, 9. 

Anna, 69. 

Benaiah, 124. 

Benajah, 44. 

Daniel, 69. 

Elisha, 161. 

Jacob, 44. 

James, 44, 69. 

John, 44, 69. 

Joseph, 136. 

Josiah R., 117. 

Lydia, 69, 161. 

Micajah, 68. 

Moses, 44. 

Peace, 69. 

Pelatiah, 44. 

Phebe, 161. 

Robert, 161. 

Ruth, 161. 

Samuel, 161. 

Sarah, 69. 

Thomas, 10. 

Zaccheus, 68, 69. 
Putnam, Samuel R., 6. 
Quick, Charity, 58. 

Daniel, 56. 

Mr.. 99. 

Nathaniel, 56. 
Quimby, Aaron, 174. 

Abraham. 174. 

Fred E., 48, 82, 96, 144, 192. 

Jacob, 190. 

John, 177. 

Laban, 190. 

Mary, 177. 



Quimby, Miriam, 178, 190. 

S. E., 190. 

Sarah. 17:;. 

Susanna, 178. 
Quint. A niic, 111. 

Benjamin R., 112. 

Elizabeth, 1 12, 1 •"••"». 166, 157. 

John, 11. 156. 

Jonathan, 111, 112. 155, 166, 
J 57. 

Joseph, 111. 

Joshua, 157. 

.Mary. 155. 

Kossa, 157. 

Thomas, 15. 
Racklcy, Anna, 142. 

William, 10. 
Rackleift, Mary, 134. 
Ramsdell, Bartlett, 191. 

Elizabeth. 191. 

Emma, 191. 
Rand, Abigail, 46. 

Daniel, 126. 

Elizabeth, 46, 54. 

John, 46, 79. 

Jonathan, 46. 

Kezia, 130. 

Lydia, 46, 58. 

Moses, 46. 

Phebe, 46. 

Ruth, 46. 

Samuel, 46. 

Sarah, 46. 
Randall, Abigail, 78, 125. 

Elizabeth, 12, 183. 

Esther, 183. 

Hannah, 126, 164. 

Job, 184. 

John, 77, 186, 187. 

John I)., 140. 

Joseph, 10, 75. 

Josiah, 127. 

Lois, 126. 

Love, 127. 

Mary, 129. 

Miles, 127. 

Richard, 12. 

Sarah, 126. 

Susan S., 7. 

Thomas, 7. 
Rankin, Sarah, 11. 
Rawlings, sec Rollins. 
Rawlyn, sec Rollins. 
Raymond. Abigail, 142. 
Reed, Elizabeth, 39. 
Reeves, Joseph, 80. 
Reiny, Agnes, 102. 
Remick, Hannah, 51, 57, 58, 97. 

James, 79. 



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227 



Remick, John, 58. 

Mary, 57. 

Rebecca, 58. 

Rufus, 130. 

Samuel, 97. 
Rendell, see Randall. 
Rennel, William, 102. 
Reynolds, II. K., 48. 
Riccar, see Ricker. 
Ricker, John, 35. 

Joseph, 152. 

Joseph P., 126. 

Judith, 11. 

Rebecca, 128. 

Samuel, 146. 

Timothy, 149. 

Tobias, 148. 
Richards, Abigail, 147. 

Benjamin, 12, 17. 

Easter, 15. 

Jean, 146. 

Joseph, 11. 

Nancy, 77. 

Sarah, 15. 

William, 10. 
Richardson, Eliza P., 117. 

Samuel, 132. 

Susanna, 148. 

Timothy, 90, 152. 

William, 145. 
Riley, Mrs. A. M. C. 48. 
Ring, Dea., 61, 63. 

Mary, 14. 

Seth, 16. 
Roads, Jacob, 12. 

Mary, 12. 
Roberts, Abigail, 53, 160. 

Anne, 145, 162. 

David, 121. 

Elizabeth, 120. 

Hannah, 103, 121. 

James, 42. 

Joanna, 10. 

John, 12, 42, 151. 

Joseph, 40, 42, 152. 

Margaret, 152. 

Mark, 118. 

Mary, 103. 

Nathaniel, 12. 

Samuel, 151. 

Sarah, 12, 67. 

Thomas, 160. 

Timothy, 145, 151. 
Robertson, Abigail, 137. 
Robey, Deliverance, 142. 

Henry, 85. 

Mary, 53. 
Robinson, Abigail, 130. 

Bradbury, 47. 



Robinson, Chase, 47. 

Daniel, 69, 134. 

David, 22, 47, 132. 

David P., 22. 

Deborah, 116. 

Eliphalet, 129. 

Elizabeth, 69, 88, 102. 

Esther, 131. 

Eunice, 69. 

Hannah (4., 192. 

James, 47, 69, 89, 125. 

James W., 22. 

Jeremiah, 47. 

John, 130. 

Jonathan, 47. 

Lois, 69. 

Lydia, 70. 

Margaret, 69. 

Mary, 47, 69, 89, 133. 

Noah, 47, 136. 

Olive, 132. 

Rachel, 101, 104. 

Rebecca, 90. 

Sarah, 69. 

Sarah J., 22. 

Simeon, 134. 

Susanna, 136. 

Thomas, 47, 89. 

Timothy, 120. 

William, 69. 

Winthrop, 47. 
Rodgers, see Rogers. 
Rogers, Aaron, 66. 

Charles, 145. 

Chase, 35. 

Commodore, 7. 

Daniel, 51, 99. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

Hannah, 42, 68. 

Helen, 178. 

Isaac, 42. 

James, 145, 149. 

John, 98, 178. 

Levi, 42. 

Lydia, 42. 

Margaret, 42, 104. 

Mary, 55, 152. 

Nathaniel, 42, 49, 50, 51. 

Paul, 42. 

Ruth, 151. 

Samuel, 80. 

Sarah, 42. 

Thomas, 42. 

William, 149. 
Rollins, Abigail, 11, 15, 19, 64, 111, 
112, 115, 125. 

Agnes, 60. 

Alice, 18, 63. 

Anthony N., 111. 



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INDEX OP NAMES. 



Rollins, Benjamin, 111. 
Clarissa, 22. 
Deborah, 14, 111. 
Easter, 18, 59, GO, (31, 63, 105, 

1U7. 
Edward, 16, 18, 59, 61, 148. 
Elizabeth, 14, 15, 18, 59, 61, 63, 

153, 156. 
George, 105. 
Hannah, 22, 59. 

Ichabod, 12, 61, 64, 109, 111, 

154, 156, 157. 
James, 22, 61, 116. 
Jane, 125. 
Jeremiah S., 118. 
Joanna, 108. 
John, 19, 109, 149. 
John A., 126. 
Joseph, 15, 18, 59. 
Joshua N., 154. 
Leah, 61. 

Levi, 22. 

Loma, 59. 

Lydia, 153. 

Martha, 22. 

Mary, 15, 22, 78, 90, 108, 111, 
118, 154, 156. 

Nancy, 22. 

Nicholas, 22. 

Noah, 153. 

Obed, 118. 

Olive, 64, 109, 111, 112, 154, 
156, 157. 

Robert, 61. 

Samuel, 18, 59, 60. 61, 63, 105, 
107, 108, 111, 126, 154, 156. 

Sarah, 18, 181. 

Seth F., 118. 

Susanna, 18, 59, 63. 

Temperance, 157. 

Thomas, 89. 

Valentine, 18. 

William, 80. 
Ropes, William, 35. 
Ross, Betsey, 82. 
Rouse, Thomas, 10. 
Rowe, Aritlus, 91. 

Charlotte, 133. 

Elizabeth, 106. 

James, 106. 

Margaret, 52. 

Martha, 10. 

Mary, 15. 
Rowell, Jemima, 134. 

Judith, 175. 

Sarah, 84, 132. 
Rummeril, Clement, 9. 

Rebecca, 10. 
Rundlett, Abby. 113. 



Rundlett, Abigail, 169. 
Abraham, 86. 
Charles, 16, 126. 
David, 130. 
Jacob, 169. 
James, 90. 
Jane, 126. 

Jonathan, 133. 134, 136. 
Josiah, 134. 
Lydia, 89. 
Mary, 16, 133. 
Mercy, 16. 
Moses, 90. 
Nathaniel, 125. 
I'risfilla, 85. 
Rachel, 134. 
Rhoda, 89. 
Sarah, 85. 
Sarah A., 113. 
Simeon, 113, 117. 
Susanna, 90. 
Runlet, see Rundlett. 
Runnels, Abigail, 182. 
Elizabeth, 125. 
Hannah, 127. 
Mary, Il'iJ. 
Sarah, 76. 
Russell, Rebecca. 6. 
William F., 48. 
Rust, Henry, 50. 
Rutling, Mary, 189. 
Ryan, Deborah, 187. 
Edmund, 77. 
Jeremiah, 184. 
Michael, 35. 
Rymes, Mary, 102. 

Samuel, 102. 
Sabin, Elizabeth, 192. 
William, 191, 192. 
Samborn, see Sanborn. 
Sampson, Nathaniel, 36. 
Sanborn, Abner, 89. 
Abraham, 84. 
Anna, 88, 172. 
Aremintha, 180. 
Asa, 187. 
Benjamin, 178. 
Chandler, 90. 
David, 46. 
Dearborn, 86. 
Diadama, 136. 
Dorothy, 179. 
Elizabeth, 172. 
Kzekiel, 85. 
Hannah, 91, 176. 
Henry, 89, 136. 
James, 88. 

Jemima, 131, 133, 172. 
Joanna, 180. 



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229 



Sanborn, John, 46. 

Jonathan, 10, 88. 

Joseph, 46, 78. 

Levi, 178. 

Lydia, 88. 

Mary, 46, 133. 

Moses, 179. 

Nancy, 88. 

Nathan, 172. 

Nathaniel, 10. 

Peter, 180. 

Rachel, 172, 180. 

Reuben, 46. 

Ruth, 90. 

Samuel, 118. 

Sarah, 88, 136, 182. 

Susanna, 133. 

Tristram, 91. 
Sanders, see Saunders. 
Sargent, Abigail, 91. 

Edward, 10. 

John, 133. 

Jonathan, 176. 

Tappan, 179. 
Saunders, George, 133. 

Richard, 11. 

Sarah, 11. 
Savage, Benjamin, 76. 

Elizabeth, 130. 

Samuel, 183. 
Savery, Sarah, 175. 
Sawyer, Content, 41. 
Elizabeth, 75. 
Enoch, 41. 
Ephraim, 45. 
Hannah, 42. 
Huldah, 163. 
Jacob, 41. 
James, 45. 
John, 185. 
Josiah, 180. 
Kezia, 41. 
Lydia, 41. 
Mary, 41, 180. 
Micajah, 41. 
Moses, 36, 160. 
Nancy, 76. 
Nathaniel, 174. 
Patience, 41. 
R. W., 189. 
Sarah, 160, 180. 
Stephen, 41. 
Susanna, 41. 
Thomas, 45. 
Timothy, 41. 
Tirzah, 174. 
Scales, Hannah, 16. 
James, 99. 
Mary, 101. 



Scales, Mathew, 98. 
Mr., 102. 
Nancy, 186. 
Scammon, John, 96. 
Richard, 44, 115. 
Sarah, 116. 
Scates, John, 145. 
Scolley, Elspeth, 3. 
Scott, David, 102. 
Scribner, Anne, 149. 

Elizabeth, 175. 
Scriggin, Mary, 130. 
Scrivener, Deborah, 84. 
Seavey, Abigail, 103. 

Fredrica, 151. 

Helen, 82. 

John, 49. 

Mary, 147. 
Seecomb, Elizabeth, 174. 

Mary, 177. 

Sarah, 175. 
Seveat, Margaret, 52. 
Severance, Catherine, 177. 

Jacob, 180. 

Jonathan B., 74. 
Seward, George, 101. 

Hannah, 101. 

Mary, 99, 101. 
Sewer, Henry, 10. 
Shackford, Abigail, 101, 154. 

Deliverance, 85. 

Elizabeth, 60, 61, 64, 101, 109, 
111, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157. 

Hannah, 155. 

Harrison D., 18. 

John, 100, 105, 181. 

Joshua, 13, 100. 

Josiah, 19, 156. 

Mary, 12, 100, 111. 

.Nathaniel C, 157. 

Patience, 105. 

Samuel, 51, 60, 64, 109, 111, 
153, 154, 155, 156, 157. 

Susanna, 18, 19, 61, 109. 

William, 16, 18, 19, 60, 61, 100, 
105. 
Shannon, Cutt, 101. 

Elizabeth W., 114. 

John G., 46. 
Shaw, Abigail, 48. 

Abigail M., 93. 

Anna, 142. 

Daniel C, 165. 

Eliza, 93. 

Elizabeth, 142. 

Fanny, 187. 

Hai-riet, 165. 

Henry, 165. 

James M., 93. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Shaw, John, 89, 133, 165. 
Joseph, 48. 

Joshua, 142. 

Margaret, 105. 

Mary, 93. 

Mary A., 118. 

Mary J., 105. 

Nancy, 88. 

Oren, 165. 

Rachel, 84. 

Rhoda, 165. 

Samuel, 165. 

Sarah, 93. 

Theophilus, 93. 

Thomas, 36. 

William S., 143. 

Zebedee, 142. 
Shevalier, Elizabeth, 12. 
Sheckley, Elizabeth, 98. 

Margaret, 57. 

Mary, 54. 
Shepartl, Ezra, 129. 

Isaac, 79. 

John, 78. 

Joseph, 84, 85. 

Mary, 84, 125. 

Nancy, 84. 

Samuel, 84. 

Sarah, 84. 
Sherburne, Abigail, 104, 183. 

Ambrose, 58. 

Anne, 52. 

Benjamin, 99. 

Charles, 101. 

Dorothy, 52, 58. 

Elizabeth, 10, 58. 

George, 98, 104. 

Hannah, 57, 102, 103. 

Henry, 47, 57, 58, 98, 101. 

.lames, 55, 57, 98. 

Job, 59. 

John, 49, 57, 58, 79, 98, 103. 

John H., 47. 

Joseph, 54, 57, 98. 

Lovel, 103. 

Lydia, 102. 

Mary, 54, 55, 57, 104. 

Miss, 98. 

Nathaniel, 57. 

Phebe, 99. 

Rebecca, 75. 

Richard, 47, 57. 

Ruth, 57. 58. 

Sarah, 51, 56. 

Thomas, 36, 56, 58. 

William. 50. 
Shoars, see Shorey. 
Shoot, see Shute. 
Shorey, Edward, 57. 



Shorey, John, 56. 
Minnie E., 48. 
Rachel, 56. 

Samuel, 12. 
Shultis, Mark, 8. 
Shute, Adam, 'io. 

John \\\, 130. 
Sias, Joseph, 135. 

Lydia, 87. 

Mary, 129. 

Ruth, 135. 
Silley, see Cilley. 
Silloway, see Sulloway. 
Simpson, Klizabeth, 183. 

Mary, 80. 

Thomas, 51. 
Simes, Eliza A., 184. 

Hannah, 103. 

James, 36. 
Sinclair, Abigail, 129. 

Ebenezer, 68. 

Jacob, 90. 

John, 20, 133. 

Martha S. W., 115. 

Mary P., 20. 

Rhoda, 20. 

Susanna F., 20. 
Sinkler, see Sinclair. 
Skillian, Elizabeth, 50. 

Sarah, 104. 
Skilling, Mary, 102. 

Simeon, 100. 

Simon, 5(J. 
Sleeper, Elizabeth, 91. 

Gilman, 89. 

John, 36. 

Lydia, 89. 

Susanna, 131. 
Sloper, Lydia, 51. 

Samuel, 101. 
Small, Klizabeth, 12. 

Thomas, 104. 
Smart, Abigail, 77. 

Benjamin, 85. 

Charles, 126. 

Clarissa P., 186. 

Comfort, 78. 

Daniel, 77. 

Dorothy T., 80. 

Eliza A., 187. 

Elizabeth, 77. 

James, 181. 

John, 79. 

Joseph, 94. 

Martha, 131. 

Mary, 94. 
Smith, Abigail, 75. 

Andrew, 36. 

Andrew G., 126. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



231 



Smith, Barbara, 3. 

Charles, 56. 

Daniel, 77. 

Dorothy, 86. 

Ebenezer C, 181. 

Elizabeth, 76, 78, 133. 

Eunice, 135. 

Franklin, 7. 

Garland, 187. 

Hannah, 46, 77, 180, 181. 

Harriet, 169, 173. 

Harriet M., 118. 

Henry, 175. 

Henry C, 130. 

James, 6. 

James W., 187. 

Jeremiah, 132. 

John, 35, 135. 

Jonathan, 47, 48, 89. 

Joseph, 36, 134, 187. 

Lydia M., 125. 

Maria, 186. 

Mary, 47, 100, 115, 127, 133. 

Mehitable, 134. 

Nancy, 78, 86. 

Nathan, 183. 

Nathaniel, 169. 

Reuben, 88. 

Richard, 47. 

Robert, 47. 

Robert F., 180. 

Samuel, 13, 46, 47, 77. 

Sarah, 80, 100, 129. 

Susan A., 144. 

Temperance, 41. 
Smithson, Mary, 14. 
Snell, Abigail, 182. 

Deliverance, 125. 

Eliza, 129. 

John, 75. 

Temperance, 126. 
Snooks, William, 36. 
Southwick, Mary, 70. 
Sparkes, Rebecca, 10. 
Speed, Abigail, 188. 

Benjamin T., 188. 

Elizabeth, 126. 

William, 78. 
Speers, John R., 27. 
Spence, Ann J., 7. 

Carroll, 7, 8. 

Charles S., 7. 

Charlotte H., 7. 

Count de, 5. 

David, 5. 

Graeme, 6. 

Graeme K., 7. 

Harriet B., 6. 

Henry de, 5. 



Spence, Hugh, 5. 

James, 6. 

Janet, 6. 

Jessica, 9. 

John, 5. 

Katherine S., 9 

Keith, 4, 6, 7, 143. 

Louisa J. W., 7. 

Lowell, 9. 

Mabel, 9. 

Maria B., 6. 

Mary, 4, 143. 

Mary C, 7. 

Mary T., 7. 

Nicol de, 5. 

Rebecca C, 9. 

Robert, 5, 9. 

Roberta, 7. 

Robert S. T., 7, 9. 

Robert T., 6, 7, 143, 144. 

Sir Patrick, 5. 

Stephen D., 7. 

Susan S., 7. 

Thomas, 5. 

Thomas de, S. 

William, 6. 

William de, 5. 
Spencer, Mary, 13. 
Spens, see Spence. 
Spinney, Elizabeth, 104. 

Susan, 184. 
Spofford, Benaiah, 178. 

Pamelia, 176. 
Sprague, Laban, 36. 
Spurling, Ella M. S., 47. 
Standish, Miles, 191. 
Stanforth, Hannah, 51. 
Stanton, Benjamin, 146. 

Isaac, 147. 

Joanna, 12. 

John, 150. 
Stanyan, Ann, 11. 
Staples, Henry, 115. 

Henry H., 115. 
Starboard, Sarah, 80. 

Stephen, 149. 

Thomas, 9. 
Stearns, Abigail R., 168. 

Augusta, 8. 

Dudley, 166. 

Elizabeth, 166, 167. 

Esther, 167, 168. 

Ezra S., 139, 144. 

John, 8, 133, 167. 

Josiah, 166, 167, 168. 

Josiah H., 168. 

Mary, 167, 168. 

Mary E., 168. 

Mary P., 8. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Stearns, Samuel, 167. 

Samuel R., 168. 

Sarah, 132, 166, 167, 168. 

Timothy, 167. 

William, 89, 137, 167, 168, 169. 

William EL, 168. 
Stevens, Abigail, 176. 181. 

Bridget, 91. 

Catherine, 182. 

Edward, 179. 

Hannah, 97. 179. 

John, 16, 177, 180. 

Joseph, 79, 80. 

Lucfetia, 16. 

Lydia, 78. 

Lydia A., 188. 

Mary, 16, 79, 97. 

Mrs., 106. 

Naomi, 157. 

Nathaniel, 79. 

Rebecca B., 128. 

Samuel, 175, 178. 

Sarah, 59. 

Sarah J., 130. 

Stephen, 106. 
Stevenson, Andrew, 139. 
Steward, (riles, 101. 
Stewart. Charles, 3. 

John. 2. 174. 

Robert, 2. 

Ruth. 173. 
Stiles, Ezra. 51. 

Richard. 36. 
Stillson, Daniel B.. 186. 

Henry, 78. 

Lettice, 150. 

Sarah, 185. 

William. 77. 
Stimpson, Andrew, 139. 

Jane, 140. 
Stockbridge, Abram T.. 113. 

James R., 113. 

John, 71. 

Martha, 71, 125. 

Mary, 114, 116. 

Olive A., 113. 

Samuel. 36. 
Stokes, Abigail, 183. 

Benjamin, 15. 

Deborah, 9. 

Susan, 183. 
Stone, Mr., 178. 
Stornw. Jethro, 36. 
Strean, John. 132. 
Stuart, Mary, 26, 178. 

Nathaniel, 174. 
Studeley. Elizabeth, 104. 

Jonathan, 100. 

Mary, 101. 



Studeley. Mr., 101, 102. 

William. 103. 
Sudrick, Michael. 85. 
Sullivan, Anna, 90. 
Sulloway, Alice, 17"). 

Benjamin, 179. 

John, 36. 

Miriam, 179. 
Swaine, Caleb, 91. 

Dorcas, 54. 

Ebenezer, 133. 

John, 54. 

Jonathan, 136, 

Lydia, 135. 

Margaret, 54. 

Martha, 131. 

Mary, 188. 

Nathan, 132. 

Phineas, 133. 

Rebecca. 160. 

Rhoda, 134. 

Richard, 77. 

Stephen, 89. 

Susan, 127 
Sweat, Hannah, 176. 

Lydia, 132. 
Sweetland, Richard, 36. 
Tabor, Jacob, 42. 
Tappen, Abigail, 178. 
Tapping, Benjamin. 36. 
Tash, Joseph, 182. 

Lydia, 79. 

Nancy. 78. 
Taylor, Elizabeth, 90. 

James, 36. 

Jeremiah, 85. 

Mary E.. 117. 
Tebbetts, see Tibbetts. 
Terry, London, 36. 
Tewksbury, Abigail, 178. 

Anna, 177. 

Elizabeth, 176. 

Hannah, 173. 

Peter, 176. 
Thayer, Elihu, 174. 
Thing, Bartholomew, 136. 

(rilman. 137. 

Levi, 133. 
Thomas, Bradbury, 80. 

David. 12. 

Hannah, 98. 

Harvey, 57. 

James, 56. 137. 

Joanna, 86. 

Joseph, 79. 

Mary. 93. 

Phebe, 117. 

R., 80. 

Sarah, 80, 93. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



233 



Thompson, Abigail, 111, 175. 

Anna, 106, 107, 109, 153. 

Anthony, 106. 

Benjamin, 109. 

Charles, 55. 

Deborah, 78. 

Elizabeth, 53. 

Elsie, 79. 

Enoch B., 107. 

George W., 115. 

Hannah, 77, 79, 111. 

Hannah E. W., 117. 

James, 11. 

John, 106, 127. 

Jonathan, 76, 130, 183. 

Joseph, 148. 

Lovey, 79. 

Lucy, 150. 

Mary, 19, 78, 109, 153. 

Moses, 184. 

Mr., 25. 

Pelatiah, 130. 

Rachel, 106. 

Robert, 80. 

Samuel, 89, 109, 111, 153. 

Sarah, 14, 22, 106. 

Solomon, 109. 

Stephen J., 187. 

Susanna, 80, 130. 

William, 15, 63, 106, 107, 109. 
Thornton, James, 36. 
Thrasher, David, 85. 
Thurber, Mercy, 192. 

Richard, 192. 
Thurston, Andrew, 85. 

Andrew L., 72. 

Anna, 138. 

Clarissa D., 72. 

Dorothy, 138. 

Elizabeth, 138. 

Ezekiel, 138. 

Gilman, 138. 

Jonathan, 91, 134, 138. 

Mary, 132. 

Nathaniel, 72, 138. 

Samuel, 138. 

Sarah, 91, 138. 

Shuah, 138. 
Tibbetts, Abigail, 123, 147, 184. 

Charles W., 48, 96, 144, 192. 

Deborah, 148. 

Dorothy, 152. 

Ebenezer, 147. 

Elijah, 70. 

Elizabeth, 10, 40, 117, 123, 162. 

Enoch, 123. 

Ephraim, 78, 148, 152. 

Esther, 152. 

Eunice, 148. 



Tibbetts, Gideon, 119. 

Hannah, 123. 

Hannah C, 192. 

Henry, 11, 146. 

Jedediah, 152. 

Joel P., 182. 

John, 148. 

Joseph, 65, 123. 

Love, 65. 

Lydia, 151. 

Mary, 12. 

Nathaniel, 145. 

Patience, 147. 

Rose, 66. 

Samuel, 9, 123. 

Sarah, 13, 65, 123. 

Silas, 151. 

Susanna, 147. 

Thomas, 13. 
Tifft, Mathew, 36. 
Tilton, Abigail, 134, 171. 

Abraham, 169. 

Anna, 171. 

Bridget, 171, 172. 

Hannah, 169. 

Jacob, 94, 95. 

Jemima, 94, 95. 

Jethro B., 171, 172. 

John, 94. 

Jonathan, 86. 

Joseph, 94. 

Josiah, 85. 

Levi, 84. 

Mary, 94. 

Mercy, 94, 95. 

Nathaniel, 86, 94. 

Rebecca, 91. 

Samuel, 94, 95, 172, 175. 

Timothy, 175. 
Titus, Frank H., 192. 
Tobey, Experience, 101. 

Isaac, 97. 

Katharine, 100. 

Lydia, 103. 

Martha, 51, 52. 

Stephen, 9. 

William, 57. 
Tobine, Patrick, 36. 
Toogood, Edward, 49. 

Hannah, 51. 

Mary, 58. 

Mr., 102. 
Torr, Eliza, 183. 

John, 184. 

Nancy, 181. 

Sarah, 78. 

Seth, 186. 

Simon, 148. 

Vincent, 184. 



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INDEX OF NAMES. 



Towle, Dearborn, 136. 

Elizabeth, 84. 

Elisha, 131, 160. 

Gardner, 84, 137. 

Hannah, 169. 

Jeremiah, 132. 

John, 169. 

John M.. 186. 

Jonathan, US. 

Levi, 134. 

Levi G., 136. 

Mary. 85. 

Nehemiah, 176. 

Phebe, 176. 

Philemon, 85. 

Sarah A., 118. 
Traill, Alexander, 1, 2. 

Anabel, 3. 

Barbara, 3, 4. 

David, 3. 

Elizabeth, 3. 

Elspeth, 2, 3. 

George, 2, 3. 

Helen, 3. 

Hugh, 2. 

Isabel, 4. 

James, 2, 3. 

Jean, 3. 

John, 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Margaret, 3. 

Marjorie, 3, 4. 

Mary, 4, 6, 143. 

Nicola, 3. 

Patrick, 2, 3. 

Robert, 2, 4, 143. 

Thomas, 1, 2, 3. 

Walter, 2. 

Walter us, 1. 

William, 2, 3, 4. 
Treat, Mrs., 190. 
Tredwell, Hannah, 76. 
Tree, Francis, 36. 
Trefethen, Sarah, 1-10. 

William, 116. 
Treyl, see Traill. 
Trickey, Abigail, 18, 60, 106, 108. 

Alice, 153. 

Anna, 1 •">.:. 

Benjamin, 70, 108. 

Catherine, 156. 

Easter, 63. 

Elizabeth, 12, 61, 63, 64, 106, 
108, 109, 111, 149, 154, 156. 
158. 

Ephraim, 150. 

James, 154. 

John, 64, 106. 

Jonathan, 16, 18, 60, 108, 
111. 



Trickey, Joseph, 61. 63, 64, 106, 
108, 109, 112, 154, 156, 158. 
Joshua, 106. 153, 155. 

Lemuel, 109, 153. 

Lois, 81, 153. 

Lydia, 16. 

Mary, 75. 

Rosamond, 106. 

Rosso. 15:'). 

Samuel, 128. 

Samuel (1., 158. 

Sarah, 152. 

Temperance, 153. 

Thomas, 61. 

William, 156. 
Tripe, Richard, 148. 
True, Abigail, 132. 

Mercy, 181. 
Trueworthy, James, 98. 

Ruth, 98. 
Trusscl. Amos, 178. 
Tubbs, Benjamin, 11. 
Tuck, Nathan, 180. 
Tucker, Abigail, 180. 

Jacob, 179. 

John, 150. 

Joseph, 147. 
Tufts, Lovey, 80. 

Mary, 76. 
Tukey, William, 127. 
Turner, John, 179. 
Tury, Biidget, 98. 
Tuttle, Abigail, 79, 119, 16S. 

Anna, 120. 

Bathsheba, 163. 

Benjamin, l_'fi. 

Comfort, 120. 

Daniel, 186. 

Deborah, 127. 

Dorothy, 9. 

Ebenezer, 163. 

Elijah, 122. 

Elisha, 120. 

Hannah, 77, 125. 

Hope, 44, 163. 

Isaiah W., 114. 

James, 122. 

James S., 114. 

John, 76, 146, 163. 

Joseph, 125, 127. 

Judith, 120. 

Levi, 80, 183. 

Lucelle W., 114. 

Lydia, 120. 

Mary, 9, 38, 120, 125, 16*. 

Marv A., 186. 

Mary L., 114. 

Mehitable, 120. 

Mr., 46. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



235 



Tuttle, Nicholas, 75, 122. 

Otis, 122. 

Reuben, 120. 

Samuel, 150. 

Samuel A., 114. 

Sarah, 11, 40, 90, 188. 

Sarah L., 114. 

Stephen, 122. 

Thomas, 69, 114. 116, 163. 

Thomas B., 114. 

Tobias, 122, 163. 
Tweed, Elizabeth L., 157. 
Twist, Lydia, 123. 
Twombly, Abigail, 148. 

Anne, 68. 

Daniel, 38. 

Easter, 13. 

Elizabeth, 79. 

John, 9, 10. 

Mary, 66. 

Ralph, 77. 

Susanna, 152. 
Tydie, Hannah, 12. 
Varney, Aaron, 68, 121. 

Abel, 68. 

Abigail, 39,41, 42, 67, 119, 124. 

Anna, 119. 

Benjamin, 65, 151. 

Bethia, 160. 

Caleb, 65. 

Christopher, 162. 

Daniel, 121. 

Deliverance, 42, 121. 

Ebenezer, 65, 123. 

Elizabeth, 42, 65. 

Enoch, 163. 

Ephraim, 42. 

Esther, 128, 147. 

Eunice, 42, 182. 

Ezekiel, 70, 124. 

Ezra, 163. 

Hannah, 41, 68, 124, 163. 

Hanson, 66. 

Herbert C, 190. 

Hezekiah, 68. 

Hope, 119. 

Huldah, 124, 163. 

Isaac, 68. 

Isaiah, 163. 

James, 70, 121. 

Jedediah, 121, 163. 

Jeremiah, 159. 

Jesse, 163. 

John, 42. 

Jonathan, 44, 68. 

Joseph, 41, 119, 163. 

Joshua, 42, 70, 119, 161, 162. 

Judith, 67, 119. 

Keziah, 119. 



Varney, Levi, 163. 

Lydia, 42, 68, 69. 

Martha, 121, 148, 150. 

Mary, 119, 124, 159, 162. 

Mercy, 41, 119, 121, 124, 146. 

Miles, 65. 

Moses, 119, 162, 163. 

Nathan, 119, 161. 

Nathaniel, 42, 68, 70. 

Patience, 68, 150. 

Paul, 41, 119. 

Reuben, 119, 124. 

Richard, 119. 

Rufus C, 145. 

Ruth, 119. 

Samuel, 41, 68, 69, 124. 

Sarah, 42, 68, 119, 121, 159. 

Solomon, 69. 

Stephen, 41. 

Susanna, 68, 119. 

Tabitha, 163. 

Temperance, 41. 

Thomas, 39, 159. 

Timothy, 67, 124. 

Tobias, 38. 
Vaughn, Abigail, 55. 

Eliot, 56. 

George, 49. 
Veasey, Levi, 179. 

Nancy, 89. 
Vincent, Anthony, 107. 

Elizabeth, 107, 108, 110, 112. 

John, 110. 

Thomas, 107, 108, 110, 112. 

William, 108. 
Virgin, Joab B., 182. 

Sarah, 184. 
Wade, John, 11. 
-Wadleigh, Benjamin, 135. 

Elijah, 135. 

Enoch, 85. 

Enos D., 179. 

Hannah, 89, 135. 

James, 132. 

John, 132. 

Mary, 90, 131, 135. 

Sarah, 135. 

Simon D., 135. 
Waite, Mary, 89. 
Wakeham, Caleb, 79, 148. 
Waldron, Elizabeth, 11. 

Isaac, 89. 

John, 11. 

Richard, 103. 

Robert S., 127. 

Thomas W., 104. 
Walker, Abigail, 49, 50, 146. 

Addington, 102. 

Alcock, 57. 



236 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Walker, Anna, 55, 154. 

Benjamin, 58. 

Davenport, 99. 

Deborah R., 155. 

Dorothy, 97. 

Edward, 17, 60, 108, 155. 

Eleanor, 107, 110, 154, 156, 156. 

Elizabeth, 110. 

Elle, 157. 

George, 10. 

Gideon, 105, 107, 110, 154, 155, 
156, 158. 

Hannah, 142. 

Harriet, 184. 

John, 55, 107. 

Joseph, 146. 

Joseph A., 184. 

Lucy, 156. 

Lucy M., 182. 

Mary, 16, 99. 

Mrs., 60. 

Olive, 108. 

Rebecca, 99. 

Robert, 100, 147. 

Samuel, 101, 105. 

Sarah, 10, 17, 99, 108, 155. 

Seth, 154, 150, 158. 
Wallace, John, 46. 

Robert, 178. 

Samuel, 93. 

William, 80. 
Wallingford, John, 9, 147. 

Peter, 146. 

Phebe, 14. 

Rachel, 190. 

Thomas, 190. 
Wallis, see Wallace. 
Walton, John, 63. 
Ward, Robert, 98. 
Warren, Adriel, 38. 

Alden, 43. 

Asa, 38. 

Charlotte, 39. 

Elizabeth, 158. 

Gideon, 38. 

Jane, 10. 

John M., 39. 

Kezia, 38. 

Mary, 103. 

Peace, 38. 

Pelatiah, 38. 

Phineas, 38. 

Ruth, 38. 
Washburn, Charles, 9. 

Gideon, 36. 
Waterhouse, Arthur, 57. 

Elizabeth, 103. 

Hannah, 55. 

Jacob, 58. 



Waterhouse, John, 104. 

Margaret, 52. 

Mary, 52. 

Nathaniel, 99. 

Richard, 66. 

Ruth, 50, 62, 65. 

Samuel, 55, 58. 

Sarah, 52, 56, 101. 

Timothy, 52, 55, 99. 
Waters, William, 30. 
Watson, David, 125. 

Jacob K., 79. 

John, 78. 

Joseph, 185. 

Josiah, 126. 

Moses W., 127. 
Weare, Mary, 189. 

Peter, 10, 189. 

Sarah, 189. 
Webb, John, 36. 
Webber, Benjamin, 146. 

Daniel, 36. 

Hannah, 124. 

Richard, 37. 
Webster, Abigail, 179. 

Benjamin, 177. 

Hannah, 174. 

Henry, 177. 

H. S., 141. 

John, 176. 

Lois, 177. 

Mary, 175. 

Nathaniel, 177, 179. 
Wedgwood, Mishael B., 188. 

Rebecca, 1S6. 

Sarah, 80. 
Weeks, Joseph T., 116. 

Joshua, 50. 

William, 79. 
Welch, Benjamin, 53. 

Ebenezer, 187. 

Elizabeth, 98. 

Hannah, 182. 

Hezekiah, 37. 

Mary, 66, 56, 185. 

Matthias, 150. 

Samuel, 101. 

Sarah, 148. 

Walter, 36. 
Wells, Jeffrey, 57. 

Zebulon, 97. 
Wentworth, Anna, 148. 

Benjamin, 147. 

Daniel, 100. 

Dorcas, 149. 

Ebenezer, 103. 

Edmund, 181. 

Elihu, 147. 

Elizabeth, 56, 81. 



INDEX OP NAMES. 



237 



Wentworth, Ephraim, 46, 81. 
Eunice, 161. 
Frank W., 81. 
George, 103. 
Isaac, 148. 
John, 12, 152. 
John H., 81. 
Jonathan, 46, 81. 
Lois, 81. 
Lydia, 46. 
Mark H., 55. 
Martha, 81. 
Mary, 81. 
Moses, 46. 
Phebe, 81. 
Rebecca, 57. 
Samuel, 53, 150. 
Stephen, 81. 
Spencer, 126. 
Tamson, 12. 
William, 46, 81. 
William T., 81, 82. 
West, Edward, 173. 
Wetherell, Abel, 36. 

John, 147. 
Weymouth, Mehitable, 66. 
Susanna, 77. 
Timothy, 132. 
Whalon, Andrew, 36. 
Wheat, Solomon, 187. 
Whidden, Abigail, 54. 
Eliazbeth, 54, 103. 
John, 54, 136. 
Michael, 10, 50, 54. 
Samuel, 54. 
Whipple, Mary, 4. 

William, 4. 
Whitcher, Abigail, 132. 
Jonathan, 175. 
Joshua, 173. 
Lydia, 89. 
Mary, 133, 178. 
Morris, 177. 
Robert, 178. 
William, 147. 
White, Abigail, 44, 50, 57. 
John, 57. 
John H., 186. 
Maria, 6. 
Mary, 131. 
Richard, 57. 
Salome, 57. 
Samuel, 57. 
William, 49, 50, 57. 
Whitehouse, Benjamin T., 48. 
Ebenezer, 186. 
Isaac, 126. 
Whittemore, Arthur G., 144. 
Mary, 58. 



Whittemore, William, 56. 
Whittier, Charles C, 139, 140, 144. 

Joseph, 91, 130. 

Obadiah, 124. 

William, 91. 
Wibird, Elizabeth, 49, 50, 52, 54. 
Wiggin, Abigail, 129. 

Abner J., 21. 

Andrew, 11, 74, 77, 79, 114, 
115, 119. 

Andrew M., 115. 

Benjamin F., 20. 

Caroline A., 72. 

Charles F., 20, 21. 

Charlotte A., 113. 

Cutler, 77. 

Cynthia. 72. 

Daniel, 20, 72. 

Daniel H., 113. 

Daniel J., 20. 

David, 128. 

Deborah, 21, 78. 

Dorothy, 114. 

Dorothy W., 114. 

Edwin, 21. 

Eliza, 187. 

Elizabeth, 21, 73, 77. 

Emma F. 20. 

George, 114. 

Hannah L., 72. 

Harriet F., 72. 

Henry P., 185. 

Horace, 113. 

Isaac, 129. 

Isaac S., 114. 

James, 74, 119. 

James W., 21. 

J. B., 115. 

Jewett, 20, 71. 

John O., 20, 72, 187. 

Jonathan, 21. 

Joseph, 128. 

Josephine, 20. 

Josiah B., 115. 

Levi J., 20. 

Love, 24. 

Marie L., 20. 

Mark, 79. 

Martha, 20, 80. 

Martha T., 187. 

Mary, 74, 75, 79, 116. 

Mary J., 20. 

Nathaniel, 78. 

Olive, 20. 

Olive L., 117. 

Samuel S., 71. 

Sarah, 20, 21, 77, 78, 80, 118. 

Sarah B., 21. 

Sarah E., 72. 



238 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



Wiggin, Selina, 74. 

Susan, 71. 

Susanna, 180. 

Theodore, 117. 

Theophilus, 79. 

Thomas. 71. 

Walter. 77. 

Walter W., 113, 116. 

William, 79, 125. 

Wingate, 21. 

Zehulon, 74. 

Zebulon J., 74. 
Willet, Mr., 176. 
Willey, Alice, 79. 

Ann, 180. 

Daniel. 130. 

Deborah, 79. 

Jacob, 179. 

James, 148. 

John, 149, 151. 

Love, 128. 

Lydia, 80. 

Mary, 75, 185. 

Noah, 120. 

Robert, 182. 

Rufus, 183. 

Samuel, 12. 

Sarah, 125. 

Stephen, 80. 

Stephen A., 183. 

Zehulon, 75. 
Wilkinson, Anna, 106. 

Hannah. L06, 109. 

James, 106, 109. 

Joseph, 109. 
Williams, Benjamin, 36. 

Catherine, 46. 

Charles, 36. 

Chase, 188. 

Edward, 188. 

Elizabeth. 45, 187. 

Hannah, 58. 

James, 183. 

John, 46, 125. 

John P., 134. 

Joseph, 173, 177. 

Mary, 45, 76, 182, 188. 

Nancy, 79. 

Rachel, 10. 

Sarah, 45. 179. 183. 

Thankful, 45. 

Thomas, 77, 125. 

Walter, 188. 

William. 45, 46. 
WiUon. Elizabeth, 10. 

James, 36. 

John, 36. 

Joseph, 18. 

Nathaniel. 89. 



Wincoll, Deborah, 54. 

Isaac, 57. 
Wingate, Anna II., 23. 

Caroline W., 23. 

Dorothy, 149. 

Elizabeth, 22, 23, 74. 

Eunice. 22. 

( .forge. 22, 2;i. 

Henry P., 23. 

John, 22, 23. 

John P., 23. 

Joseph C. A., 23. 

Mary, 22, 2::, 115. 

Paine, 22. 

Samuel D., 23. 

Sarah, 21, 22, 23. 

William, 149. 
Winslow, Hannah, 133. 

Nicholas, 36. 
Wisdom, John, 36. 
Wise, William, 36. 
Witham, Drusilla, 185. 

Eli, 127. 

Jerusha, 48. 

John, 14. 

Ruth, 11. 
Wittuni. see Witham. 
Wood, Cato, 36. 

Curl - , 36. 

Elizabeth, 77. 

John, 36, 184. 

Sarah, 179. 
Woodbury, Cornelius, 36. 

Lemuel, 37. 
Woodhouse, Nellie, 76. 
Woodman, Benjaman, 2Q. 

Daniel, :!7. 

John, 174. 

Jonathan, 183. 

Josiah, 184, 187. 

Mary, 130, 179. 

Moses, 129. 

Sarah, 127, 177. 
Woodruff, Ann, 190, 191. 
Woodward, Klizabeth, 54. 

Sarah, 178. 
Woodwell, Gideon, 36, 37. 
Wormwood, Joseph, 78. 
Worth, Sarah. 39, 60. 
Wbrthen, Samuel, 175. 
Wright, William, 37. 
W'yatt. John, 103. 

Jonathan, 99. 

Mary, 99. 

William, 101. 
Yeaton, Comfort. 189. 

Hopley, 188, 189. 

John, 125. 

Sarah, 130, 151. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 



239 



York, Daniel, 130. 

Elijah, 126. 

Eliphalet, 182. 

John, 76. 

Mary, 76. 

Olive, 89. 

Sarah, 80, 184. 

Thomas, 125, 130. 
Young, Anna, 148. 

Daniel, 126. 

Drusilla, 128. 



Young, Eliza, 78. 
Jeremiah, 77. 
John, 76. 

Jonathan, 13, 145, 149, 176. 
Levi, 88. 

Mary, 80, 85, 174. 
Nathaniel, 181. 
Stephen, 66. 
Thomas, 145. 
William, 80. 



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Baptisms. - - - 1 ----- 97 

Newington Church Records. 105 

Baptisms. -------- 105 

Stratham Genealogical Records. - 113 

Births, Marriages and Deaths. - 113 

Friends Records, Dover, N. H., Monthly Meeting. - 119 

Family Records. - - 119 

Marriages by Rev. John Osborne, Lee, N. H. - - 125 

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Book Notices. - 139 

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Marriages by Rev. Joseph Haven, 1776 — 1824. - 147 

Newlngton Church Records. - - - - 153 

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Kingston First Church Records. - - - 173 

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